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DOES YOU THE MOST GOOD_ _Albatlr oss FLOUR is the best FLOUR ycu can buy and is a little bit cheaper -—f 100 pounds corn chops, made by Albatras mil ^4 Pn extra quality J. I lUU -J_ I 100 lbs. Albatros ^an (M OF Bran that is bijm .... I idu -- 48 lb. sack Albatns nfl flour . 3>iidU Albatros flour in wood ^*7 7C for. .<piild Texas Red Rust Proof seed oats, per bushel .... THE BEST FAMILIES OF ASHDOWN AND RICHMOND DEMAND ALBATROS FLOUR 100 lbs. Shorts, the heart of the wheat grain CO for .$li3u 17 1-2 lls. Meal without ft0« the bugs and worms ., *fUu -- 10 lbs. Snow Drift lard ^ for ..tp 1 _ T 10 ibs. Crusto lard. As (1*1 f|f, .... good as Snow Drift. aP ii4<i S liars Silk Soap fJE,, for £uli P. and G. While Soap. The only soap, »i for .L%J\j good Salmon. Fine 0C»» for salad. 3 cans tub Best Light Brown Roast Qfl ^ Peaberry coffee .4Ul» . 3 lb. best Tomatoes, not QC0 all water. 2 for.4ub Corn, Hominy, Kraut, Peas. Pork and Beans l^p and soup .IIIC 1 p : i 4 I Dry Goods Department We have moved cir Mineral Springs stock to Ashdown and as a result have tco much Dry Goods and Shoes. We must reduce t stock. We needtjhe money. Ask and see for yourself. 100 Mens’ new style $1.00 CC* shirts. Your choice .UuU i 50 bolts best heavy 10c •; 01_ Outing ..*......L.O2C -I 25 bolts fancy Dross Ging- QIrt hams. Spring styles ... USJ 10c Staple Gingham in sol- 71 „ id stripes and checks ... I 2b ■ ' ■ I —————————o»^—— Fancy Curtain Coods. Any ft design you want . Jl i We are pushing Biliiken Shoes now and want to close out all Hamilton Brown and Peter sloes 100 Pair Ladies S oes—Good styles at $1.75, $2.00 md $2.50. Your choice .... I | ... --l-..... —- ! I . -__ 100 pair Childrens Shoes— School Shoes in Gun Metal I and Vici- Wide toes Qflp I and felt heels .. JUu 50 pairs American Gentle man Shoes worth Qt) f jO from $4 to $5. Your choice . It means a big se^ ng to any man to come here and help us reduce this stock.. We have too much goods and need the moriev pay our bills. G me and see and bring the cash with you. We are not o stupid as to ask you to believe that we are going to give you “something for nothing” BUT WE DO K\\... \ that we are willin ; to give up all our profit arid more too in an effort to realize the money on our ^ocdc We have a $1 5,000\ ’ stock of goods wk ?n we could do just as well; with an $8,000,00 stock- The bargains aie here for you if you want them. RL . PRICE THIRTY FOOT I RISE EXPECTED' Texas Rains Will Cause Red River t< Go To Thirty Feet It i6 Thought. Much Rain North and West. According to advices received her there was a rainfall at Denison, Texai Wednesday afternoon and night of 2 inches with a resultant rise in Reel River of six and one-half feet. At Arthur City, the river rose three antf| one-half feet with a rainfall reported uf about 2.16 inches. According’'to the government re ports there will result at Index and Fulton, according to latest advices a rise to thirty feet or more and it isj learned locally that the lever work ers have been ordered out of the bot toms at once in anticipation of tb<. coming high water. The guage at Index Friday showo!) (he river at 22.5 feet, a fall of aboilt two feet as it formerly had stood Ji 24.2 feet. However, with the expect|(! hise that is now coming downstream! t is expected that the thirty foot mat. will be once more exceeded and ecordingly warnings have been ser out. Iluiiis on K. C. S. in Oklahoma. , Owing to a heavy washout on tl Oklahoma division of the Kansas CIt .Southern all passenger traffic on tin load was tied up Thursday. The firs train south was No. 1 Friday morniiiM at 12:20 o’clock. This train was ft hours late. No. 3 ran about 12 houft late. The washout is said to be on tIK Poteau river. Heavy rains west of Hugo, Oklft caused a river to cover the Frleft, tracks west of Hugo, and the noft passenger traiu was made up at Huft Trusday, bcirg unable to get the pay. senger train out of Ardmore. | Rains Heavy in Ashdown. Heavy rains fell in Ashdown Weft r.esday night and Thursday night, a steady downpour almcet all day F tl day. All creeks and small streams it this county are reported to be high . I WOOT)—-I will sell heater wood, $: 3 per load, cook wood $1.50 a lc iJ cord $3.50 and $4.—W. -H. Prv g , Phone No. 80. 1' I l I •'7 PUSS TEST OPTOMETRY BOARD Ashdown Man Among Number That Passed Tlie Examinations. Little Rock, Jan. 26.—Twenty-seven candidates for State optometeric li cense passed the examination con ducted last week at the Marion Hotel by the State Board of Optometry. There were 44 who took the examina tion and the majority who failed fell down on retiscope and the muscle test. They will be given a re-examination by Frank I. Tibbetts, president of the board, as scon as they are prepared. There were no changes made in the board at this meeting as there were no terms expiring. Some changes will be made at the April meeting, It Is J said. The other members of the board/ are: John L. Green of ElDorado, sec-/ ret-ry; C. E. Castleberry of Little/ Rock, E. B. Smith of Arkadelphia anci E. Y. Stinson of Benton. Among the number that passed this examinations was W. A. J. Mills At Ashdown. ; -o-* .j FOR SALE—1,000 bushels Red RiJst proof oats for sale. Guaranteed to be no Johnson grass seed |in them.Home grown seed better thjan brought on seed. Price 75c.—Geo. Id. Chewnlng. I tf Cut Your Store Bjlll Down One Half j Tens of thousands of farmers as weill as . town and city folks cut down their store bills one-hulf last year and saved mliney ' in spite of generally short crops anal re-; duced wages. Absolutely millions of dollars /were saved and countless families lived Better than ever before in the face of the c/otton crisis and general business depression. How were these burdensome store bills cut down? By the real money-saving power of good home gardens, ifightly planted and kept planted and tended through the season. Hustings 1016 Seed Catalogue tells how to cut store bills down; tells abosjit gar den and farm seeds of kinds and fi qual ity that cannot be bought from joi/if mer chant or druggist. It’s full of garden and farm information. It's free if you ask for it. Write for it iww. H. G. HASTINGS > CO.. Atlanta, Ga.—(Advt.) I i J NO MONEY FOR I RED RIVER j itivers and Ilurhors Committee EHmi . liaies Project for Work on Stream. I Much Work Is Needed. | Washington, Jan. 26.—The Rivers ami Harbors Committee voted today to include no new project in the forth coming bill, but to confine appropria tions to projects already authorized, thus limiting the total to approximate- 1 ly $44,000,000. The committees decision is regard ed as formal notice there will be no general rivers and harbors hill this year. Improvement projects eliminat ed by todays decision totaled $122. 935,697, for which an initial appropri ation of $27,622,399 had been asked ; and included; Tennessee river at Mus- j sel Shoals, $18,701,000; Red River, I Louisiana and Arkansas $6,020,000; j Cumberland river above Nashville, j Tenn., $4,500,000; Waterway St. Geo. j sound to Rio Grande, $3,632,910. Major Elliot J. Dent, in charge of | the United States engineer's office a- I Little Rock said last night lie docs j not know definitely the purpose of the appropriation of $6,020,000 for the im I rovement of the Red River in Louis iana and Arkansas, as the river is not in the Little Rack district. He believ es. lie said, the appropriation called for continution ol a lock and dam pro- , ject at Shreveport and above. Tins i Board of Army Engineers, after a"1 hearing on the Arkansas river im provement project at Little Rock Nc- j '•ember 16, went to Shreveport to con duct a hearing on the Red River pro ject. -o Warning Order. In the Circuit court of Little River county. Ark. R. S. Davis, plaintiff vs. II. C. Wilshusen and Wilshusen Lbr. Co., defendants. The defendants H. C. Wilshusen and Wilshusen Lumber Co., are warned to appear In this court within thirty days, and answer the complaint of the plaintiff, R. S. Davis. Witness my hand and the seal of said court this 18th dav of Nov. 1915.—Chas H. Park. Clerk. 103-S1 -o_ Effective with .Tan 1, 1916, tins box rent rates at. tie Ashdown postoltice - were reduced as f illowo: lock boxes small 35 cents modi m rivo <!” cents; large 60 cents per quarter. Rates pay able quarterly. i DR. R. M. WILSON DIES Native of Hempstead County Died at Hope Wednesday. Hope, Jan. 2G.—Dr. Robt. Manton Wilson, aged 59, died at the family residence here at 5; 40 o’clock this morning. He had been in feeble health for several years. Dr. Wilson was a native of Hempstead county and spent his life here. Dr. R.M. Wilson was the father of Robert Wilson, who was formally of til s place, having been employed as bookkeeper at the Plunkett Jarrel Mc Rae AVholesale house on Frunt street. -o Warning Order. In llie Chancer court of Little River County, Ark. E. C. Stephens, plain tiff vs. Joe Wr glit, defendant. The defendant, Joe Wright, is warned to appear in this court within thirty days and answer the complaint of the plain tig, E. ('. Stephens. Witness my hand and tiie seal of said court this 29th day of Dee., 1915.—Clias. H. Park, Clerk. Sat 11 Lame back may come from over work. cold settled in the muscles of the back, or from disease. In the two ror nier cases the right remedy is Tial lard’s Snow Liniment, it should be rubbed in thoroughly over the affected par’ , tii - relief w '1 l-.e prompt and sat isfactory. Price 25c, 50c and $1.00 per bottle. Sold by All Dealers. S.r A dry hacking cough is haul on the lungs, often causing them tc< bleed. Hallerd's Horehound Syrup Is a heal ing balm that quickly repairs damage in the lungs ancl*air passages. Price 25c. 50c and St. Sold by nU dealers.SJ FOR COLD TROUBLES Is plenty of fresh air in the bed-room ind a good application of VICKS SALVE over the throat and cheat, covered with a warm flannel cloth; soothing anti septic vapors are released by the body warmth and Inhaled directly to the af fected parts. No need of disturbing the stomach with medicines. The worst colds relieved In one night; croup In fif teen minutes. At all druggists. »c. SOc and f 1.00. Sample on request. Vick Chemical Co., Greensboro, N. C. —.——o. H--.;rtbuv»n i’K !;;.'ftion or distress >;’ th'- "♦•vnacli i : stuntly relieved by ■ -blm\ li "-.re s the badly digest •1 l cod i’., and restores tone in ihe : Mm.; i : ■ ,i hovels. Price Mrs. T. D. Shaver of Texarkana was an Ashdown visitor Thursday. \ Land Bargains I ICO acres, 30 acres prime creek bottom. 130 second bottom-. v5 acres ' T ;i\ cultivation, 1 room house, nice little orchard, garden r.nd etc., 2 wells. Located in Choctaw county, about 0 miles >'F oi Boswell, . mile from store and blacksmith shop. K.K.l). out o’ Antlers. Price $25.00 per acre, will give terms. lib aeres located s miles 8F1 of Benninetou, in Bryan Co-, 2 miles from store and P. 0„ 4 room house, and a 3 room house, two wells, :o a«res second bottom, 80 aeres creek bottom, all good wea lam’, Price $25.00 per acre, will give easy terms. - '.trite to J. G. tVlTHERSFOi’S, owner, Burant, titla. ^ • , i ■ Tv ^ CALOMEL WHEN BILIOUS? NE STOP. MAKES YOU SICK AND SALIVATES /‘Dodson’s I vor Tone” Is Harmless To Clt'.i Your Sluggish Liver and Bowels. Ugh! Calomel makes you sick. It’s horrible! Take a (lose of the dangerous drug tonight and tomorrow you unay lose a day’s work. Calomel is mercury or quicksilver which causes necrosis of the bones. Calomel, when it comes into contact with sour bile crashes into it, breaking it up. This is when you feel that awful nausea and cramping. If you are slug gish and “all knocked out,” if your liver is torpid and howels constipated or you have headache, dizziness, coated tongue, if breath is bad or stomach sour, just try a 8[>oonful of harmless Dodson’s Liver Tone tonight on my guarantee. Here’s my gun ran >e— '-'o to any druf, store and get ;; 50 . hottle of Dod son's Liver lone. rr'v-e a. spmjnful «—~J if it doesn't “traig -■>■> you right up and make you feel i. and rigorous f I want you to go hae.u to the store anrf (’ get your money. ]>, [son's Liver Tom ' is destroying ii;e salt • ■.* omol heeai&aa it is real livei mod’ •’>. -titirely vege table. therefore it <■: t nor. salivate «ns make you sick. 1 giiaruntiv that o * onfirt'of Doo sons Liver Tone wi1, f .1 your sluggwk liver to work and cleat1 your bowel* o£ that sour hilo and constipated rvauta which is clogging your system and mak ing you feel Miserable. ’ guarantee that \ a bottle of Dodson's Lb ?r Tone will keep your entire family b-eliug fine for months. < live it to your children. It ia harmless; doesn’t-gripg and they like it* pleasant taste. — - - mu., / Palace Barbi r Slop Best Equipped Shop in Town. Offers you the service of ex pert barbers, keen razors and clean towels. IF YOUR EYES BOTHER YOU Better have them examin ed by one who knows; for consultation see W, A, J, HILLS, Ti; roly registered Opteomctint in Aahdown. Ark. J H. Barkm&n Wilton. Ark. Salesman and Collector! fir SINGER SEWING MACHINECO. The • er Wheeler and WUwk. t hem.. .. rnah er an anay '.enut 4. MORRELL & MORBEL*.. A. £. Morrell June It. Movrel, EL Smith, Ashdown Lawyers Ashdown. • • ■ Arkansas DR. P. H. PHILLIPS Physician and Snrgeos Office in Lott Building. PHONES: Office 199*2 rings. Res, 109-3 rlnac Ashdown, .... Arkansas. IS YOUR TITLE GOOD! The only way to tind out In to haw* an abstract made. Wc have the chant and most complete sei of reoordn fa the Coniity. Why should we not gfc*. you the he>t service? McIVER ABSTRACT COM PANY Sanderson Building Ashdown, Art. T>. H. TOMPKINS. Notary Public, Ashdown, Ark.