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12 1-2 lbs. Sugar for $1,00, Feed not included. Special Canova Coffee, the poison taken out, for 35c per can. As everything is going up don't forget to get your discount coupon. They are 5 per cent in cash or trade. New England Bakery-P\ire i Grocery Phone 124 ASHDOWN, ARK ANSA S=— ■— NEGRO CITIZENS ARE PATRIOTIC Little River County Negroes Meet at Ashdown and l’ass Strong Reso lutions Saturd;\y—At Country’s Service. The negro citizens of Ashdown and different parts of the county, together with a large number of the county teachers and farmers held a mass meeting on Saturday, April 2S, at the C. M. E. Church. The object of this meeting was to declare their position in the grave sit uation Which faces the American po ple, consequent upon involvement in the World War. A. S. Duncan presided as chairman of the meeting. Many strong and patriotic address were made by the following named perons: J. H. Johnson, W. C. Mills, Rev. G. P. Gor don, Rev. S. A. Thomas, J. T. Duncan and Dr. G. P. A. Forde of Ashdown; W. T. Thurston and Will Hicks of Og den, A. W. Ne’son of Red Fluff and S. M. Cole a visitor. There were also present A. Li. Ow-; ens, 'i'obe Nolen, 1. Duckett V. Doug-! lass and many others. The speakers expressed themselves as heartily co-operating with the policy of the government and further declared themselves ready for anyj service for which they may be fitted,! to help defend tlie banner of the Stars and Stripes; as they consider this a war in defense of the rights of the American people, regardless of race or color. The patriotism of the negro ; was reviewed from Bunker Hill to Carrlzal and" "Loyalty” was pledged; as tlie slogan of the negroes oi Little River county. Strong advice was given the farmer with regards to his method of plant ing. Diversification was urged dur ing tlie present season—reducing the cotton acreage and planting such things as may serve as food. “Econ omy” as the watchword lor the house., bold was urged. The following resolutions were adopted; Whereas, a state of war lias been ; declared to exist between the U. S. A. and Germany; and Whereas it is (lie duty of American -cir-ens to be at .the disposal of the government for military or naval ser-’ vice: therefore I lie it resolved, that we the negro! citizens of Little River county do heartily pledge ourselves loyal to the support of our country, and do stand ready to do our part in defending it against Prussian Militarism and the enemies of Democracy. Committee: Dr. G. P. A. Forde, W. C. Mills, Josie B. Thurston, Rev. G. P. Gordon, J. 11. Johnson. A It KIN DA MAYS Arkinda, April 30.— (Special.) — Miss Lela .Rhodes of Richmond re turned home Monday after visiting in this city for several days, j The public school closed here Fri (day night with an interesting pro gram. There was a large attendance I despite the storm. Several good e.- - j says, a number of good dialogues and I other recitations were rendered. Prof.; . Edson never fails to have a good con-; ! cert at the close of the school. About ten o’clock a storm came up and held • the people longer than they anticipat ed. . | Mrs. Will Kizer was here Sunday [ from America, Okla, j Clayton Goddard was here Monday from Jewek Mre. Frank Bryce went to America Monday. W. P. Jones was here Saturday. 1 Curtis Ilorton went to Hugo Satur day. Bill Price went to America Monday.1 -o- j <£• j allem: mays Aliena, April 26. — (Special. I—Oscar j Seastrunk was in Texarkana Saturday ^ and Sunday. Johhnie Walker was in Texarkana Saturday. Hugh Walker went to At.hdown last Friday. Ted Montgomery was in Winthrop last Friday. Willis Clark went to Winthrop last Friday. Henry Patton was in Winthrop Sat urday. Jim Sharp of Winthrop was in this city Sunday evening. Mrs. S. J. Obarr, and daughter, Mrs. Reid Smith, who are visiting the form er’s mother at Winthrop, visited with Mr. and Mrs. R, J. Obarr Sunday. Mr. Honnell and family left Monday for Mena.where they will make their future home. Mrs. R. J. Obarr spent Tuesday and Wedne day in Winthrop. Mr Susie Fregjnan of Winthrop spent the day and night with Miss Ger- J ! trudc Ward Wednesday, i Johnie Walker was in Ashdown Tuesday. Mrs. Scarbar was shopping in Win tlirop Wednesday. H. A. Wa ker went to DeQueon Tuesday. Tad Montgomery was in DeQuoen Thursday. -o Continuation Notice. ' Notice is hereby given that John Hunter has this day tiled in the Chanc ery Court of Little River County, Ar kansas, his petition, praying the court ;o quiet and confirm his title in and to he following lands in said county, to wit: The southeast i of the SW i of section 20, township 12 S, Range 29 W, and also two acres described as fol lows: ‘'Beginning in the southeast corner of the northeast 1 of the south I west ; run thence West 139 yards; 1 ! thence north 691 yards; thence east 1 1139 yards; thence south 69J yards, to I i point of beginning” all in section 20, j ! township 12 S, Range 29 west. There- j ! fore, all persons who are interested in! said land are hereby warned to appear j [at the May term, 1917, of said Chan j eery Court and show cause why the] ! title should not be confirmed in John I ■Hunter. And Alice Harwell. Lizzie Murrell, Lula Merian and V. B. Welch, ' and all other unknown heirs of J. P. Welch, deceased, are hereby warned to i appear at the said term of court and I specially show cause why the titile to 1 said land should not be quieted and confirmed in sail! petitiontr. Given under my hand and seal on this the 17 day of April 1917—Clias. H. Park, Clerk. 41 W. I -o Warning Order. i In the Little River Chancery Court, Little River County. Arkansas. Willie Johnson Plaintiff vs. j\l< v Johnson, I Defendant. The defend;]nt, Wo.-e John, son is hereby warned to appear in this Court within thirty days and answer' the complaint of the plaintiff herein.' Willie Johnson. Witness my hand, and the seal of said Court this 2nd day I of April, 1917. ('lias. H. Park, Clerk, I by Jas. H. Williams, 1C C. asv J7S Warning Order. In the Little River Chancery Court. Little River County, Arkansas, Kobt. T. Sessions Plaintiff, vs L. 10. \kers De fendant. The defendant, L. E. Akers is hereby warned to appear in this Court within thirty (JO) days and answer the complaint of the plaintiff herein, Robi. Sessions. Witness un hand and the seal of said Court this 14th day of April, 1917 Chas I t, Park Clerk. ('IS Notice to Quito Title. In the Little River Chancery Court. Herman A. Stoddard, Plaintiff, vs. Robert I. Taylor and X. W. Satterfield and the unknown of X. W. Satterfield, 1 .'fondants. Xotioo is hereby given I that Herman A. .Stoddard has this day 1 filed his petition in this cour: to con firm and quite his title to the following * described lands, situated in Little Riv er County, Arkansas, to-wit: The Southeast Quarter of the Southwest [Quarter of Section 35, Township 11, S. Range 31 West, and. Northeast I Quarter of Northwest Qua: ter o Sec tion 2, Township 12 S. Range 31 West. Therefore all persons who claim to | have any interesst in or to said land, or any part thereof, are hereby warned to appear in said courr, within ths time prescribed by law, to show cause, if any they have, why the title should not be quieted and confirmed in s ’.icl 1 eti ioner. And the defendants Rob trt I. Taylor and X. W. Satterfield ana tl:e unknown heirs of X. W. Satterfield ■ire hereby warned to appear in ibis court within 30 days to answer ilie complaint of the petitioner herein. Given under my hard am! se >1 this the . :d day of April, ?017.--Ch::s 11 Park, Clerk. 37 Ct Warning OitRr. In the Circuit Court of Little River County. Arkansas. J. M. .1 Uns< n ct , al plaintiffs vs. Jam .; P. Smi'h v: al, I defendants. The del liiants. James P. Smith r.nd Sam Graham are amed to appear in ibis Court within thirty days and answer the Complaint of Phrn iffs. J. M. John, n and \. D. Pul.atiov February 2"rd. 1317.--Chas. H. Park Clerk, by S. L. Jones. I). C. W; _ AV lVarnimr Order. 1 In the Little River Chancery Court, Little River county, Arkansas. Henry Clock, plaint ill', vs. Pul Cl. Rul'f et al defendanlr. The defendants. Virginia Huff. Mary Ruff and V ul 0. Huff, Jr., are hereby warned to appear in this Court within thirty 1 :;:H days and answer the < ouiplaint of Hie Plaintiff. Henry B'ock. Witness my hand and (lie seal of said court this 10th day of April 1917. Pitas H. Park. Clark; S. L. Jones. 11. (' A. n. Du 1 .aney, Atty, for Pltf. Jar. p. Head. Attv ad litem W-Apr. 11 -o Wahihuy Order, In the Little River Chancery Court, Little River County. Arkansas. Robt. 1 Sessions Plaintiff, vs. William Maymi Defendant. The Defendant, William Maymi is hereby warned to appear in this Court within thirty (30) days' and answer the complaint of the I plaintiff herein, Robt. T. Sessions. I Witness my hand and the seal of said 1 Court this 2.1st day of April. 1917.— j Chas. H. Park Clerk, by S. L. Jones, P. C. —A. D PuLaney, Attorney for AY 8k tuojsi pu per BjUCKEYE HULLS arc real roughage in every parti ) cle. They arc free of everything that has no value as forage. They arc free of lint. They are free of trash. They are free of dirt and dust. Wuen you buy fkeh MAM t & pK .. P '%/ i ' J *** * ' - ft fcf» COTTONSEED «jr ^ H U LLS LiiUirss you are prying for v trim' but xou: I: -re. and you are feediu; pour stock not!..nr; -dir.i x, worthies, cr i: junous. Euckcye Hulls look like a real U. 1 and are a re:.l feed. Their very appearance will convince you ;... t y u . houlct use them. Even if Buck’ e Hulls cost amuch r.r old style hulls it would still be to your advantage to use them. Sellxni*. at several dollars per ton less, they put old style hulls beyond consideration. Other Advantages Buckeye Hulls allow better as- They mix v. .11 with other for similaticn of other food. age. They are sacked—er sy to handle. Every pound goes farther. Th y take halt the space for 2000 pounds of real roughage to storage. the ton—not 1500. Mr. S. L. Jones, Jackson, La., says: “i hr • been feeding my dairycotvs Buckeye Huh:: end find that i..cy c.s well on Hue key c Hulls as on old style end that icy like the Buckeye Hulls better than the old style." To secure She be e results r.rd to ole;, the ensilage w'.-r, ti’et the halls thoroughly tu rive hen s before feeding. It i. easy to do this by wetting them dov.n right and morning tor the next feeding. If at any time this cr.nnot be done, v>. t do,Vn at least thirty minutes. If you prefer to feed the hub's Jig use onl. half as much by bulk as ol oici style bulls. Bcou of Mixed Feeds Free Gives the right formula for every combinati n of i\ ds used in the South. Tells how much to feed for mail nm. . r milk, for fat tening, for work. Describes Buckeye Hul s >, c,.. d ections for using them properly. Send for your copy to the nearest mill. Dept, k The Buckeye Gotten Oil Co. 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