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» .wm MMM MWIIWW ’■”" ,'. York went to Nashville eliins of Hugo, Okla., was n esday. Lon T. Jones was at Fore terday. Nil- of Wilton was in the city - morning. I. judd was here from near Thursday. e rary returned from Little j id ay morning. Tolandi went be Little Rock ess Wednesday. Steel left Wednesday foi ls to attend court. 4dfee F. B. Arnett was in the city ikisihess Wednesday, tlrs. Frank Horner Foreman was the city Wednesday, udfc’f F. B. 'Arnett of Foreman was re Wednesday afternoon. Georgv Briant returned from a busi ne s trip to Pine Bluff yesterday. W. I>. Campbell and W. M. Sykes i Rich noon d were here Thursday. John H. Arnold of 'Hope attended the good roads meeting here Thursday. Miss A-.'.die Bishop and Mrs. R. A. Phillips were at Texarkana Thursday. B. C Phillips, O. N. Bradshaw and 1 H< i veil were here irom Arden j ’rsday. a. mawaras oi ivnnerai springs v. here Wednesday attending to business. Rev. W. T.,Sullivan and N. C. Mc Crary left Wednesday lor Hope and Little Rusk. E. C. '. ayne andhjvife and W. K. Hal ler andi wife were visitors at Texark ana Thursday. H. ft. Wilson, the popular grocer rnan •.■>-»& at Texarkana Thursday night ob business. Mrs. Frank Horner of Foreman Was the .."rest of Mrs. J. E. Locke wkdaemfay afternoon. Mrs Floyd Thompson of Broken Bow v>a~ Id it Ire city Wednesday on Iier Why to TleQucen. Roy Burj/i und Dr. I. N. Hutt of Og den we- -.- -jiere Thursday attending I the goe.il i’&'ifci meeting. T. F. Bt?iarirter, the White Cliff:1 i mer . harot. vs** lusrc Wednesday after ”‘*»n attending to business. ssh- Otorse^ a prominent month an ive-r-itm. ./as.^iere Thursday) at ' the good roads meeting. I i Furiov.- has returned from t» Oklahoma and Texas. He gone for several wpek3. 'tjrgSs, Canvassed! Hams, Order your meat early rvice—City Meat Murker v. Phillips and two little returned Wednesday r.fter Lit.tte Rock where they ■rs for several weeks. is. we get jobs under su of architects? Because w.o t and guarantee same.—Wai ting Co. if ■ ti}E Norwood, the canning . was. as Pine Prairie u ’ Wednesday. She is rapid xig the work for the year or following were among" those teai Lomond to attend the goo 1 juaceilng here Thursday: G. B ford. G W. TabW. G. E. Polk, Will raid nnd B. W. Fawcett. C. Payne of the Arkansas State rii Martin of the First National ■**1 W. T. Locke attended the meting at Texarkana yester rpKins Motor Gales Coin ed another car of Ft rds This makes 14 cars handl agancy since last fall. ,‘ftrner, the groceryman and u was a visitor at Hot Little Rock the early eek attending to busi " Tur water pipes lor 'a, meter service I -Wallace Plumb if lrned to De Queen n. Dr. Rice is ed over the pas lication bill, and e the making of <f the sN.te. ^oAi;c:rly of Tex proknlnent New wag this city* s and meeting old Forematk banker, ‘.tending l^e good _,ne of Foi'eman was in ^ishdowu Thursday. Hr. A. X. Wood was at Foreman yesterday. (’lair Leslie returned Thursday ev ening from a visit at Nashville. Enarco, motor oil at the Model Drug Store, the best made. 3-tf Mrs. I. C. Snepp of ’ bite Cliffs was shopping in Ashdown Wednesday. Miss Dixie Pipkin of Wilton was the guest of Ash.Aown friends Thursday. The Rev, J. E. Brown, pastor of the Baptist church, was in Littie Rock this week. Try Leslie’s Little Liver Pills once and you will use them.—Model Drug Company. 3-tf Mrs. N. C. McCrary c.f Richmond was shopping in Aslidow.n Wednes day. IfT. B. Rieves was here from Win throp yesterday. Dr. W. W. York left Thursday even ing, for Memphis, where he will be for several days. • Mrs. C. B. Dritt spent Wednesday Mid Thursday visiting relatives and friends at Foreman. Misses Ruth Kelley and Lola, Bag garly of Peytonville were shopping in this city Thursday. Dr. P. H. Phillips and R. L. Boyer Jr., have returned from the Shriners’ mooting at Little Rock. Prof. L. E. Quinn of Lockesburg passed through this city Thursday ev 'ning enir/ute to Texarkana. •R. 3. Thomas c<! this city has re turned from Tampa, Fla., where he a witness is Federal Court. Mrs. T. B. Cook and sisters Misses Li; kos and Levant Dickinson motor s'* to Texarkana Friday. iiomor weic.n oi uns city reiumeu Friday from Little Rock where he lias been attend-'ng a Masonic meeting. S. J. Meyer of this city returned from St. Louis Thursday where ho has been to purchase the spring goods for the Rcisenzvoeig’s store. Lot me inspect you:1 water pipes for lea1.:1; free of charge. Meter service first of next month—Wallace Plumb ing Co. tf Fresh meat daily, everything that ar. up tv date market handles. Order early for the best service.—City Meat Mar ket. Robert GiW and wife of Oil City, La., arrived Thursday to be at the bed Jdc cf the formers mother who is very ill. Judge James Gould, of Pine Bluff, and H. L. Toland of Ashdown, were business visitors to Horatio last Thur»day.—Horatio Vim. Miss Buckie Norwood of Lockesburg was here Thursday night enroute to Idabel. She was the guest of Mrs. R.' id. Huddleston while in this city. The Rev. S. K. Burnett, pastor of l o Methodist church, went to Texar kana Thursday evening, where he con duce ’i tbe funeral services Friday morning of Hr. L. F. MaGee. Why is it we get jobs under su aervislon < the architects? Because we do it right and guarantee same.— Wallace Plumbing Co. tf Dr. Rice of De Queen was attending o business Interests here Wednesday. Fred Schirmor of White Cliffs was rsipng in Ashdown Wednesday. | SATURDAY f \ 3 REELS i | All Comedy f > Lao coiredy, “Gaby’s Gas- « i; \oline Glide”—2 reels jj fi Victor comedA “The Bell & | f* the Beil Hop” —2 reels. « L ao comedy “ A Bold Bad | || Breeze” Wh Bettie Ritchie. « it o awRlO Cents h Special Matiite at 2:30 V. *■+ * H a Maten \ \ . tfijtnanship and The Best on the 1 _, i \ ' Let Us Show Yc3* j _____t’.ttOy | i I * W. J. Perry was Imre fr<>m Arden Friday. R P. Lindsay of Foremanwas hare yesterday. >, Mrs. E. E. Carriker a,nd (daughter Lola left Friday for Dallas, Texas, to be at the bedside-of Mrs. Carriker's mother who is not expected to live. Why pay $1.50' an ounce for Quinine when the Model Drug Co. sells it for $1.00? 3-tf Those attending the good -roads meeting from Foreman wore: D. A. Cook, J. O. Live-say, P. B. Williams, J. F. Beck and John Pullen. We wish tc thank our many friends for the kindness shown us during the brief illness and death of our dear father and husband, and may thei Lord's richest blessings rest upon each and every one is our earnest prayers,—Mrs: Caulder and children. | The Foreman high school basket i ball team, played the Lockesburg high j school at that place Friday. T-Te re ! suit of the game was 30 to 9 in L'fik esburg'S favor. In a recent game at Foreman the two teams made a tie of scores. The line-up of Foreman was: Vickers. Smith*Harris, Younger, j Clevenger and IYillarkide.—DeQueen j Bee. Van Coats entertained £• number of j friends at the home of his mother on j Walker street Thursday evening. The J occasion was given in honor of Van's , birthday, the 22nd of February. Cards J w?u tlie amusement of the evening. Misses Ethel and Louise Coats assist- , ed jn entertaining the guests. Ross Johnston, who has been with the Arkansas National Guard, is ex pected to arrive home Saturday or Sunday. He has been with the guards located at P-eming New Mexico. ; The sheriff and his force have com pleted their rounds ntf the county col lecting t txes, and will be busy at the home office until tax paying time is over April 10th. FUNERAL AT WINTHROP Austin Andrews Died at Tnlsa, and Was Buried at Winthrop. ^ - i Special to the News. Winthrop. Feb. 23.—The remains Oil Au»‘in Andrews, wine, died at Tulsa, Olda., Sunday was brought here Wed nesday morning and! laid to, "eat In j the Camp Ground cemetery Wcdres- ) day afternoon. Mr. Andrews leaves j one brother and four sisters to mourn his death. Those who we,re out ot town to attend the funeral were, Alsey Andrcws of Dallas, Texas, Mrs. Ed Stuart and daughter, Miss Lundav- of DeQueen., Mr. and Mrs. Roy Obarr of Allene. -K)—.-- I Notice to Hog Growers. I have a thoroughbred registered Poland China boar far service, terms are chodce female pig, or $5. W. H. Adams. 17-2 / IVERSAL CAR 320,817 / Have been built and actually,^delivered to retail buyers since August 1, 1916. ' -These figure;—320,817—represent the actual number of cars manufactur ed by us since August 1st.. 1916,cmd delivered by our agents to retail buy ers, / This iuuisiy)l fail and winter deitand for Ford cars makes ii; necessary for us to confine the distribution of clprs only to those agents who have orders for immediate delivery to retail Customers rather than to permit any agent to stock cars ill anticipation of later spring sales. We are issuing this notice to intending buyers that they may protect themselves against delay or disappointment in securing Ford cars. • If, therefore,, you are planning te purchase a Ford car, we advise you to place your orde'r and take delivery now. Immediate orders will have prompt attention. Delay in I buying at this time may cause you to wait several months. Enter ydur order today for immediate delivery with our authorized Ford " agent 11 Jed below and don’t be disappointed later on. RunabO,I$345, Touring Car S3G0, Coupelet $505 Ford Motor Co. Town C m$595, Sedan $645, F. O. B. Detroit. Tompkins Motor Sales Co. Ashdown. Arkansas negro wjs killed Sliot by His Wifejat Nashville.—Re fused to li< ave Rome. Nashville, Ark.( Feb. 1.—John Kel- j ley, a well-know^ negro of this city,! died yesterday, from the effects of i a gunshot wound, inflicted by his; wife last Friday . I The woman attempted to drive John | from home, but he refused to go, and she shot him. The wound was not at first considered serious, but blood- ^ poisoning developed. Circuit court is in session here, and the case will probably be dis posed of at this term. I M | AMERICAN 'WIRE I Carload of American Fence Wire, 26 incyhes, 32 inch- | es and 39 inches high, 30 rod rolls jijtst received. 1 . Rabbit and Poultry fence, 4 and 5 feet )ingh, 10 rod j \ point Barbed wire, 80 rod rolls. Najils and staples i Hercules Dynamite, Fuse and Caps. fc JOYNER HDW. CO. | were io LITTLE RIVER HARDWARE CO. ♦ ANOTHER OLD PAPER ; - ! i Published in 1800 and Contains News : of Death and Burial of Washington. ] Mrs. S. 1. Middlebrooks of this city has a copy of the Ulster County Ga zette published in 1S00 near the home of Washington. She loaned a copy of the paper Thursday on Washington’s birthday. The paper Is dressed in mourniug for in it is found a descrip- j tion of the burial of George Washing ton. It was beautifylly written, giv ing all the little details, the pall bepr ers, etc. It was a military funeral combined with a Masonic burial. There is also a eulogy by President John Adams. The paper is of considerable historic value. A full description of this funeral would be interested had we space to reproduce it in full- . -..-^ I REGULATING DRUGS \ The Drug Bill Has Been Killed in tlte Lower House. Little Rock, Feb. 21.—Senator Riuff, by unauiincius consent, withdrew S. B. No. 257, an act to regulate the sale of ‘ patent” drugs, •which he Introduced, he said, at--'' est of the State Pharma^? >tion. He said Hearings it was to| latitude o he had beA “Bo l . Senator \ ! bill, a subsj > last week,; eve-loped tnat | ^-ise of the d that, j i.W It,' jttion lihced dry” aw,, introduced late yesterday after loon, leaves out the word “for per sonal or any c/ther use” in the section irohibiting the shipping or bringing of iquor into the state. -o-—— DR. L. F. MAGEE Dr. F. L. Magee, physician for the Union Sawmill Co., of Huttig, died at Mineral Wells, Texas, Wednesday . of ■fright’s disease. Funeral services ^ vere held at Texarkana, his former iome, Friday. Rev. S. K. Burnett of :liis city attended and conducted the funeral. Dr. Magee was formerly a, resident of Richmond, and will be re membered by many people here. WONDERFUL STUFF! ~ LIFT OUT YOUR CORNS Apply a few drops then lift corns or calluses off with fingers— no pain. No liumhug! Any corn, whether hard, soft or between the toes, will loosen right up and lift out, without a particle of pain or soreness. \ This drug is called freezone and is a Compound of ether discovered by a Gin- , cinnati man. -nsk at any drug store for a small W bottle of freezone, which will cost but a trifle, hut is sufficient to rid one’s feet of every corn or callus. ' ^ ' Put a few drops directly upon any tender, aching corn or callus. Instantly the soreness disappctps and shortly the corn or callus will loosen and can be lifted off with the fingers. This drug freezone doesn’t eat out the corns or calluses but shrivels them with out even irritating the surrounding skin. Just think! No pain at all; no sore ness or smarting when applying it or afterwards. If your druggist don’t have; freezone have him order it for yqu.