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For rnm’utiug Attorney. We are authorized tc> announce 4. D. DuLaney, of Ashdown, as a can didate for Prosecuting Attorney from this the Ninth Judicial Circuit, subject to the action of the Democratic Pr.m 4try, 1916. For Circuit Judge. We are authorized to announce Judge J. S. Steel, of Ashdown as a candidate for Circuit Judge from this the Ninth Judicial Circuit, subject to the action of the Democratic Primary, 1916. We are authorized to announce 4be Collins of DeQueen as a candidate or Circuit Judge from this the Ninth Judicial Circuit subject to the action ,af the Democratic Primary 1916 For County Treasurer. V,e are authorized to announce Judge W. K. Kinswortliy, as a candi date for County Treasurer of Little River County, subject to the action ot •the Democratic primary, in March. We are authoried to announce Sam L. Jones, as a candidate for the office of county treasurer of Little River county, subject to the action of the Democratic primary. We are authorized to announce W. I, Joyner of Richmond, as a candi date for County Treasurer, of Little River county subject to the action of the Democratic primary. We are authorized to announce Dick Boyer, as a candidate for Coun ty Treasurer of Little River county, .subject to tiic action of the Democratic primary in March. For Representative. We are authorized to announce w. L. Pi'mips, as a candidate for the office of Representative of Little River county, subject to the action of the Democratic pr mary in March. We are authoried to announce f,'. C. Harris, as a candidate for Rep resentative of Little River county sub jecte to the action of the Demecratic primary. We are authorized to announce Dr. A. B. Bishop, as a candidate for Representative of Little River coun ty, subject to the action of the Demo cratic primary. For County and Circuit Clerk. We are author zed to announce Chas. H. Park, as a candidate for the office of County and Circuit Clerk of Little River County, subject to the action of the Democratic primaries. For Sheriff nnrt lolleotor. We are authorized to announce W. If. Waldrop, aa a candidate for •the office of Sheriff and Collector or Little River county, subject to the ac tion of the Democratic primary. We are authorized to announce Arthur T. Collins, as a candidate for Sheriff and Collector of Little River county subject to the action of the 4'erncoratic primary in March. For County Judge. We are author zed to announce Judge Lon T. Jones, as a candidate for County and Probate Judge of Little River County subject to the action ol the Democratic party. We are authorized to announce P, >f. McCord, as a candidate for the office of County and Probate Judge, of Lillie River county subject to the ac tion of the Democratic primary. For Chancery Judge. We are authorized to announce M. K. Sanderson of Texarkana, as a candidate tor Chancellor of the Sixth Chancery District, subject to the ac tion of the Democratic primary. For Congress. We are authorized to announce Oils T. Win go, a0 a candidate for re election ro Congress from the the 4th •Congressional district, subject to the action of the Democratic primary. We are authoried to announce Dr. John U. Davis, of Mena, Polk county, as a candidate for Congress of the Fourth Congressional district, subject to the action cf the Demo cratic primary. ? LOCAL NEWS | I__»__/ & R. E. Wylie was here from Arden Thursday. ** 3. R. Bryant was here from Idabel yesterday. P.. P. Lindsay returned to Foreman Wednesday. Glenn Gill of Ogden was in the city W ednesday. & Tom Parish of Arden was in the ■city Wednesday. Mrs. J. A. Williams visited at Fore ... nun Wednes4ay. Mrs. Will Dodson left Thursday for a visit at Horatio. Editor W. B. Coley was here from Foreman yesterday. Watt Duren of Foreman was here yesterday afternoon. Mrs. P. H. 'Phillips and son, Paul, are at Horatio today. . pr. .P H. Phillips returned from \ Little Rock Thursday. Jas. Gaicamo, of the ftoyal theatre, , is at Dallas this week. < John Dellinger of Ben Lomond was 1 lit the city Wednesday. It. 3. Davis and W. J. Perry were here from Arden Thursday. Attorney P. B. Williams of Foreman ■was -here Thursday night. Ff. M. .Melver of Texarkana was Jn the city on business Thursday. Mrs. J. R. Bowles of Bokh#ma was here Thursday enroute home from a ■visit in DeQueen. Farm Fence and Barbed Wire Have Just Unloaded *; Poultry • Fence and l Smooth v Wire Car of KOKOMO FENCE. Bought right and will be sold right. _“LET US SHOW YOU” Ashdown Ha^rdw©>.re Co <X£r'XS&tSS3XSBH&Ei<BEB—HUKWB—I———W—a I.uc.ious Simmons was at Texark 11a Wednesday. .'is. C. II. Dickinson was a visito* n Hope Wednesday. Miss Nona Watkins was a visitor at exarkana Wednesday. C. Schuman of Foreman was here ; T'uiding to business Thursday. H. L. Toland returned tills week | from a business trip to St. Louis. J Mrs. .Tones of Texarkana is ttie guest of her sister. Mrs. Pattie Price. Robbie Gallaher of Lockesburg Is visiting his sister. Mrs. Geo. R. Steel. N. C. McCrary returned Thursday morning from a visit tc Little Rock. I-rank Clowdis has purchased the i Huici touring car of W. L. Phillips. Miss Lucy Bandy of Millwood visit ed Miss Idelle Furlow Saturday ano Sunday. Mrs. P. H. Phillips and Miss Inea Bullington attend a show at Texark rna Thursday night. Mrs. W. W. Vork and Mrs. John j Perry were visitors at Texarkana ! Thursday morning. Mrs. F. L. Xr~gan visited with ryla 1 Gves and friends at Richmond Tues l day and Wednesday. Mrs. W. T. Snilivan returned from I Prescott Wednesday, where she ha? | been visiting relatives. Oscar Pullum, who was pardoned ! from the penitentiary last week, ha? i returned to tills city. I ! H. P.. Wilson returned Tliursday from Little Reck, where he had bee:* : attending a. Shriners’ meeting . I LOST KEYS—lost a bunch of keys I with pad lock attached. Reward for return to J. T. Reed at Meat Market. I I Mrs. P. C. Doggett of Shreveport I was here Wednesday and Thursday, : the guest of friends, while enroute te I'r-Queen. NOTICE—I am running aboard and feeding barn. Any favors any one will do for me will be highly ap- I preciated. Respt,—P. M. McCord, tf j Bargain. It nice residence lots one ' block from school house, derisable lo* j cation. On the best residence street In Ashdown. $.0.00 cash and 1 ; monthly, no interest. Inquire at Yews Office. 28 Mias Hattie Snodgast, who has been visiting in California, returned Wed nesday to spend a few months with her sister, Mrs. J. Curran. A Snap. 15 inis wiHi a six room dwelling with hath rooms, home prac tically new, barn garden and clijcken yard, ( lose to seliool bouse. Only $50.0(1 easli and balanee at $23.35 pee .Hontli. Inquire at News Office. 23 Judge J. S. Steel, who was operated upon at Little Rock Tuesday night, was reported yesterday morning to be doing fine, and it is believed that be will make a complete recovery. Eggs from Single Combed Brown Leghorns. No better strain in oui country. My hens lay year round ex cept when moulting. $1.25 for 15 eggs Mrs. J E. Brown, Ashdown, box No. 112. 26-4 Miss Emma Bearden was taken to Texarkana Wednesday for an opera tion for appendicitis. She was ac companied by her parents. Mr. and Mrs. Jack Bearden and Dr. W. W. York. Jim Curran will leave March 1st foi ['exarkana. where he will accept a position as bookkeeper and cashier ior the Swart's Clothing Company, la has been employed in the A. J. F.'ssell store fer sever"! years. are authorized to announce that tV» Model Drug Co. is a candidate for your business, subject to the action rf the people. Being the oldst estab 1 -bed drug business in town, tliey claim a consideration of your sup port. Their platform is the largest stock, the most proficient service, and best prices. Your for business.— Model Drug Co. 22 Those who wish to apply through me for a policy with the Mutual Aid Union will do well to put in their ap plication as soon as possible as I pro bably will not write for that company here langer than March the first. Ev ery one who loves his family wants to provide for their protection against want, and consequent embarasment in event of his death. Many can not do so except by securing a policy on his lift. The least expensive policy of which I know is that issued by the Mutual Aid Union. See me at your earliest convenience at the News of fice on Main street. I know not when there will be another agent here for that company.—W. M. Crowson. See Our All New SPRING MILLINERY FRIDAY and SATURDAY, MARCH 3 and 4 All the Newest Styles in Ladies Spring Hats r.'ii See the Chicken Hats See the Mirror Hats Mtl li N/ OUR BUYER HAS JUST RETURNED If ROM THE EASTERN MARKETS WITH ALL THE LATEST PATERNS S. BURNS & COMPANY Lott Building, Front Street Ashdown, Aifk. \ CHOLERA IS SPREADING : Many Fine Hog* Dying1 in the Flooded Districts of Arkansas. j Helena, Feb. 23.—County Demon- , | stration Agent Brockington, who ha.» ! just, returned from the flooded section below Helena, where ho went to in vestigate the live stock situation, re ports deplorable conditions through out the district. Cholera in virulent term has broken out among many valuable 'nogs ant* the loss from this source threatens to be heavy. In many instances tile iioocl has caused hogs to be sheltered in barns, box cars, and other build ings above the surface of the water. Lnder such conditions the spread cf cholera is hastened. Mr. Brockington believes many hundreds of hogs wii; be lost and their value will mount to thousands. I At one place the death rate is so heavy that at feeding time it is ncces ! sury to step over the bodies of dead \ animals in order to get to those stilt ! alive and able to eat. The disposition ! of tl.it dead animals is a perplexing j problem. At another place visited by -Mr. Brockington the distance from the j building in which the hogs were hous ed io the nearest dry land is severa: miles. There is little dry wood to be had and the burning of cholera vic tims is impossible. The dead animals are thrown Into the water. -—o The Ladies Aid Society of the Chris tie:: church met at Mrs. R. L. Snyder's Wednesday afternoon, the topic for the devotional period tuing prayer, a,: ter which a short business perloc of which was started a pew funu. The ladles are to have a birthday box for this pew fund, also any other donat ions any one may feel disposed to give them. A social time and serving of refreshments by Mrs. Snyder follow ed. They adjourned to meet with Mrs. H. A. Wilson March 1st. -WANTED LOST—memorrandum book with J. A. Hemphill in back of it. Reward, Re turn to News Office. ROOM AND BOARD—Two nice rooms and board at $16.00 per month, pro vided two will occupy same room.—. . Mrs. C. N. Rowe, 207 Willow St. 2t FOR RENT—80 acres land 1J miles north of Allene, 30 acres cleared, house and barn. Write Tom Call, Price Hotel, Ashdown, Ark. 23-3t SEED CORN—Hasting’s Prolific, Has ting’s Big Rockdale, Hasting’a Yel low Dent, $2 per bushel. Write Jno. B. Floyd, Ben Lomond, Ark. 2314t Ml LES FOR SALE—1 have some p od young work mutes for sale. Wi,l take good note. —S. A. Maddox. WOOD—I will sell heater wood, $1.25 per load, cook wood $1.50 a load, cord $3.50 and $4.—W. B. Pruitt. Phone No. 80. J4-cf WANTED—Colored track laborers on our spur track from Webfer on M„ D. & G. R.R. Wages 15 cents per hour. Board and bed 60 cents per day.—Allen Lumber and Box Co., Nashville, Ark. 27-2 FOR SALE—1,000 bushels Red Rust proof oats for sale. Guaranteed to be no Johnson grass seed in them.Home grown seed better than brought on seed. Price 75c.—Geo. D. Chewnlng. tf FOR SALE—two desirable residence lots, corner, 100 by 150 feet. Water, Sewer, cement walk. Price $300 or $170 and $145 each. Enquire at the News office. 19-tf WANTED—Young man to look after our interest in this county, except ional opportunity.—Tanlrtl Sales agency, Ed Dorado, Ark. 24-4w . . -.x • Cash Drug Store All Chill Tonic for. Syrup Pepsin for 40c and. Lax Fos for . 3 bottle Coco Quinine QC-, for.ZUb Dodson's Liver Tone for. Electric Bitters for 40c and. Black Draught for. Wine of Cardui for. 40c 90c 40c /in„ ‘tuu 90c 2Cc 85 Ub 90c 20c 20c 40i Swamp Root for 40c and . Bromo Quinine tab- OQ** lets for.fcUl# All Liver Pills for. All Kidney Pills for 20c and ..till* Colgate Talcum Pow- 1 der for.1 ill* In fact all 25c bottles for.£iJb 50 Cent bottles /!fln for.tUb All $1.00 bottles OfU for.aub On Saturday Only OWL DRUG STORE J. H. COGGINS, Manager 1 Am “Granny” Chamberlain Everybody’s friend when they have coughs and colds and their children have croup and whooping cough. Most everyone knows me. I have been going from home to home for nearly fifty years—always welcome, too, for 1 never fail in their hour of need. 1 have helped young mothers whose babies were choking with croup, and been the comfort of parents whose children tramp to school through the wet winter weather. Many a cold and attack of bronchitis I have warded off, and thousands 1 have helped through the anxious moments o f j whooping cough. 1 have come to the aid of mothers and fathers when they had colds and influenza, and have ... M „ , .. been a relief to old folks suffering rum7 from bronchitis and asthma. I have had a most varied experience; I go everywhere— among, the rich and the poor, in cities and the country. Now don't forget “Granny" Chamberlain 1 You will see me often now, for I am going to tell you of my experience and what can be done in your home with Chamberlain’s Cough Remedy Ojoi —Q*rn*m*y Gfnm* CALOMELIS MERCURY! IT SICKENSf ACTS ON LIVER LIKE DYNAMITE I “Dedson's Liver Tom’’ Starts Your Liver letter Thao Calemel and Doesn't Salivate or Make You Sick. Listen to me! Take no more sick ening, salivating calomel when bilious or j constipated. Won’t 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. ThiB is when you feel that awful nausea and cramping. If you are slug f:iah and “all knocked out,’’ if your iver is torpid and bowels constipated or you have headache, dizziness, coated tongue, if breath is bad or stomach sour just take a spoonful of harmless Dod son’s Liver Tone on my guarantee. Here’s my guarantee—1Go to any drug store and get a 50 cent bottle of Dod son’s Liver Tone. IVUce a spoonful to night and if it doem’t straighten you right up and mak« you feel fine and vigorous by mornifg I want you to go back to the store and get your money. Dodson’s Liver Tone is destroying the sale of calomel because it is real liver medicine; entirely vegetable, therefore it can not salivate or make you sick. I guarantee that one spoonful of Dod son’s Liver Tone will put your sluggish liver to work and clean your bowels of that sour bile and constipated wasto which is clogging your system and mak ing you feel miserable. I guarantee that a bottle of DoiWon’s Liver Tone will keep your entireffamily feeling fine for months. Give it, to your children. It is harmless; doesn't gripe and they like it* pleasant taste. . -. — - ;-Jl... —.r \.M MISS MARY BALLARD Public Stenographer I In Office of June R. Morrell In Snntenoa BHf. Phone lot. A. ff. DuLANEY iLm wy«r * OHM W matotoi RatMlif 4 wow*, Arkmaa.