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' N 0 U N € 13? E N T S. 4. Prosecuting Attorney. authorized to announce t »ney, of Ashdown, as a can t Prosecutiug Attorney from nth Judicial Circuit., subject on of the Democratic Prlm | j ’or Circuit Judge. authorized to announce t. Steel, of Ashdown as a for Circuit Judge from this — Judicial Circuit, subject to of the. Democratic Primary, /Nev authorized to announce / but t* of DeQueen as a candidate ann Judge from this the Ninth .rcuit subjec to the action ...locratic Primary l'J16 or County Treasurer. .e authorized to anuounce , K. Kins worthy, as a candt L’ounty Tr^a-urer of Little mty. subject co the action of .cc.ratio primary, in March, re autlioried to announce • aes, as a candidate tor the county treasurer of Little untv, subject to the action of icratic primary. rt« authorizeu to announce tier of Richmond, as a caiuli County Treasurer, of Little jnty subject to the action of ■ icratic primary, pf e authorized to announce p* or, as a candidate for Coun i er of Little River county, i the action of th Democratic in March. For Representative. ! authorized to announce ijRifis, as a ca’ diisre for the C present alive of Little River object to the action of the t tic pr mary ir. March. , ▼ e autlioried to announce t, i ris, as a candidate for Rep sent ve of Little River county sup i»n the action of r.i.e Dcmecratic iinai tVe ve authorized to announce , A Bishop, as a candidate for pres tative of Little- R’ver conn s' 1 t to the actior of ho Demo '’c rimary. theounly and Circuit Clerk. Soli author,zed to announc es c’ilrk« as a candidate for the . ounty and Circa: a Clerk or naVt- County, sub I ct to the large Democratic primaries. utilitiei of the ST and Collector, illg citizeiriznd to announce them A»P« aa a candidate for e of Sheriff and 1 ollector ot -tie River county, subject to tne ac >n of the Democratic primary. We are authorized to announce rtimr 1. Collin*, as a candidate for reriff and Collector of 1 ‘tie H ver .anty subject to the acti- n of tile tratic primary i _Ma cli. For County Jndp’. We are author zed to annoumv Mtge Lon T. Jones, a- candidate t County and Pro-.-at .e of Little Lor County subject to t; action oi e Democratic party. For Chancery Judge. We are authorized to .announce , R. Sanderson of Texarkana, as a mdidate for Chancellor of the Sixth laneery District, sub; -ct to the ac >n of the Democratic primary. For Conprr-s. * are authorized to announce , Winsro, as a candidate for re n to Conpress from the tlie 4th ah.ressional district, subject to the lion of the Democratic primary. LOCAL NEWS \ v... J >rge Park | of Hope was here yes O'. jbt. Lindsay of Foreman was in J city Thursday. , Hi. C. Hodges of Arden w as here Fhvirsday afternoon. M. F. Phillips and wife left wester ly for a visit at Hope R. S. Thomas left Thursday for Jnxesville on business. Elvin Dillahunty of Lockesburg ■sere Wednesday evening. John Stinson was here from Cor' ,1ffl Wednesday evening. S. C. Reynolds left yesterday ror i ‘ •sit. in Conway with his father. Remember that 2 doses of that Fris j* Chill Tonic is guaranted to cure any case of chills. Put up only by H» Model Drug Co. 3i. 8. Meyer, a St. Louis traveling man. is the guest of his brother, S. J. Meyer. J JL F. Dickinson, candidate for re tsLscrion as state auditor, was here yes Bwrdtay. It L. Boyer Jr., was at Foreman MScdnesday afternoon attending to Knedness. .? ~’-*a Seed in Bulbs, now is the jAtfiVC to plant.—Ashdown Hardware -Xjtompany. 18 "Rev. W. M. Crowson of Mena is In ttee city, visiting his daughter, Mrs. T. Graves. / Mrs. Milton Harris and little daugh Tfer of DeQueen are guests of Mrs. Oscar Oliver of the Goldsrifith Addi •-tUten. G. W. Boston of Allene was here Vhnjrsday. Mr. Boston has just made ■'Sbrs proof to a tract of land near Al i Q^Vftr Oliver went to Texarkana ^ MRedliesday evening to visit A. Gold msrtih, who is Ml in a Texarkana hos RttaL Hm. J. T, Corbett of Normangee, 'TPcxas, and Mrs. DeLaughter of Mmghton. arrived Wednesday for a ' iflhort visit here. We Handle LENOARD GARDEN SEE IN BULK Fresh and Pure \ “LET US SHOW YOU” Ashdown Hardware Co. Madam Try Robin Red Breast Flour Just Once! saasssai Not only will your bread be good, but your pastry as well. Really when a woman uses ROBIN RED BREAST FLOUR, THERE’S NO LUCK ABOUT IT—all that she need do is follow her favorite recipe and-the result will always be satisfactory. ROBIN I LED BREAST AND DOLLY DIMPLE SELF RISING FLOUR are both the very best flour money can buy. They are both always absolutely uniform and dif ferent from many of the other flours on the market in that they are both ideal household flours. Satisfaction guaranteed in every sack—an Arkansas " product at your Grocer’s NOW—or he will get it for you A> i Manufacturers of Robin Red Breast Cream Meal. Dealers should get oar mixed ear proposition. Mills at Arkadelpkia, Arkansas Distributers - - Ashdown, Ark. j STANDING GUARD „ OYER THE WHOIE FAMIW % | <%e«q&2. i%detliea Ihe laxative tablet j V with the pleasant taste / Protects every member of the / family from Constipation ' the enemy of good health 104 254 504 We have the exclusive selling rights for this great laxative. Trial size, 10 cents. MODEL DRUG STORE _ THE REXALL STORE - M I Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Alston of ' Gillham were in this city Wednesday, I guests of the latter’s parents, Dr. and Mrs. 3. C. Marr. Robert Edwards, a deputy sheriff cf DeQueen, was here Wednesday even ing. He brought a woman here and placed her in the county jail for safe keeping. The woman was arrested at DeQueen on a charge of "boot legging.” Buck Hopson of Paraclifta, Sevier county, was here Thursday attending to business. Mr. Hopscn is one of the most progressive farmers of that county. In damp, chilly weather there Is al ways a large demand for Ballard’s Snow Liniment because many people who know by experience its great re lieving power in rheumatic acnes ana pains, prepare to apply it at the nrst twinge. Price, 25c, 50c and $100 per bottle. Sold by all dealers. Aug. 23. George if. Grayson of Graysonia was here last week seeing the voters tn the interest of his candidacy for rail road commissioner. Dr. A. B. Bishop and Judge W. E. Kinsworthy went to the west end of the county Thursday to attend a meet ing of the county union. -o FOR MALE—two good farm muleB for sale cheap. John Banks. Carr farm, Richfond, Ark. 19 WINTHROP NEWS. Winthrop, Jan. 27.— (Special. >— Mes- i dames R. T. Session and Guy Davis j were in Horatio Monday. Born to Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Sessions Jr, a girl, Saturday. Miss Bennie Obarr is visiting In Neal Springs this week. Miss Katherine Pendergast delight- | fully entertained a number of friends ! Saturday evening. Music and Rook j were the enjoyment of the evening. Those present were: Misses Lottie • an^ Claud! Borliam, Ethel Turley, Ed- j 11a Weems, Nina Duckett, Tempest Bradon r.nd Mable Stocker. Messrs. Jim Pendergast, Raymond Johnson, Edd Mooney, George Ashford, Jesse Turley and Leonard Wright. The young people of Winthrop and quite a number of Horatio and Fore man people enjoyed a big dance !n the auditorium Friday evening, last. ■T. A. Sessions Sr., lias in a new stock of dry goods. Will Adams and Walter Gray were here from Foreman Sunday. Miss Winnie Otto of Arkinda is vis iting at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Geo. ' Dillon, this week. -o- i The liver loses its activity at. times ami needs help. Herbiue is an er fective 1 iver stimulant. It also purin es tbe bevels, strengthens digestion ar.d restores strength, vigor and ehee' -: ful spirits. Price 50c. Sold by all; dealers. S.I j Warning Order. Tn tlie Jr.s’ice Court of Jefferson [ township. Little River county, Arkan sas, before S. D. Phillips J. P. a. S. , Brown, plaintiff vs. II. C. Willshusea and Wilshusen Lbr. Co., defendants, The defendants, IT. C. Willshusen and the Willshusen Lumber Co., are Here by warned to appear in this court within 30 days and answer the eo;u iplaint cf the plaintiff, A. S. Brown. Given under my hand as Justice of the Peace of said township, on iliis the 18th day of November, 1913. S. D. [Phillips, J. P. 103S i -0 ; CLUB WOMEN TO MEET 'Ini' ral t ederation of Womens’ (inis | Will Be Held L>«! Veek in May. [Little Rock, Jan. 28.—(Social.)— Arkansas will be much in evidence in Nlfvv York the last week In May, at w*ich time the Bi-ennial of the Gen- | erkl Federation of Womens’ Clubs I will be held In that city. Every club | wllleli Is a member of the general i Feneration ig entitled to a delegate, I ami Arkansas is entitled to nine in ad- ! drtlcn. At every club of the state, or ! nearly all. Is a member, Arkansas will be I' ell represented, as Mrs. John Ike' Moilre, tiie state president for Ark ansas. is urging the clubs to appoint as delegates women who will agree to mahic the trip. Aacurdin^ to information received by Mlrs. Moore, New York will endea vor lto put its best foot forward this weel*. providing elaborate entertain ment! for the visitors. Headquarters have! been arranged for at the Hotel Astoi|\ and the convention will be held in thft1 Armory. Sightseeing trips have been (arranged to all points of Inter ests. :(ind the Arkansas women in New York 1 will have additional entertain ment fer the delagates from their native state. Pleurjisy pains are located just below the sir art ribs. Lumbago affects the same r egion but toward the back. Bal lard's i.tnow Liniment is the remedy in e ther lease. If rubbed in thorough ly t crises pain, relaxes the muscles and the patient can move about free ly and comfortably. Price 25c, 50c and $1 per bottle. Sold by all deal ers. Sj -° FOR SAXE—I have for sale about 30 head ibf good fat hogs. About 15 of these hogs are killing size; the others I are pigs and shoats. It tak es cejMi to buy them but if you need the holgs I will try to sell them to you.—lit. M. Price. 4-tf < - 1 -- FOR SA1 jE—two desirable residence lots, coi -ner, 100 by 150 feet. Water, Sewer, <pement walk. Price $300 or $170 anti $145 each. Enquire at the News of flee. Ij-tf ■■M 1 —I Sweet Potatoes i’e Nancy Hall Eating and PiUd Potatoes. Buy your se' S<W|atoes from one who gr p,lrjie but genuine Nancy nT J. T. Grounds, jki Aslidown, Ark. ■JmU Sore Lungs and a Dry “ VI Hacking Cough can be V | relieved by using 1 jj Ballard’s la Horehoun« H Syrup Its effect in the lui ajyl soothing and healing, S" 1 gratifying to those w nj racked by a painful cou S ! lieves tightness, phlegm, clears the ' ; hoarseness and quiets BB1 * * fated conditions, so sleep is no longer dis ||| | I'rlce 25c, 50e and fflfffl Buy the $1-00 size. II tains five times as m & M 25c size, and you get Efl| D tiottl* a Dr. Herrick’s w I ] rfer I*Otous Plaster for OT 1 JamesF.Ballard,Prop. St. jEj Stephens Eye Salve is , dl ointment for Sore E m|* 1,1) BY ALL DEALEIIP fitieth Century Hair To Bost on Earth Dandruff, Fulling [tolling; Scalp. Re Hair and mak. Luxuriously. PRICE 50c and $’ entieth Century Skin Cream Best on EattK ■a Complexion Lovely and Soft as Velvet. | PRICE 50c I ale by DIXIE DRUG CO. ( H1LLIPS CAFE | Ruel Phillips, Prop. I l 1 Front Street S i Eat your Lunch where the 1 I In prevailing idea is Service. B LJr -— "V It Is Only >l a short time that you can call her mother’s baby. Soon she will be a school , 'girl and then a young lady. His fllut a Photograph of mother v .and baby keeps for all time ? the memory of those happy ) a 'days. And later pictures will .show the transition from childhood to girlhood. »ug IMnkc tlie appointment today. f. C. THOMPSON, ffl Photographer. J rJli Ashdown, Ark. -:iR.Y EAGER Real Estate Sanderson Ituildlug. Arkansas and Mrs. Lon T. Jones were Fenian and Wlnthrop Tuesday.