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Published Wednesday and Saturday | iTitXv E S A G it A V E S , I Editors and Publishers* | Entered at the postoffice at Ash- j | ^owu. Arkansas, as second-class mail j t Subscription P_*ice Per Year, \ #1.00, In Advance. « --- i t o .n i L “ j Kresit Forces Throw n Against teutons in Advance on BrzezanJ. j French i’epnNe Attacks. j ! New A ork, Jnl> ■< 1 ne soldiers of i ia volution,i > Russia continue their, attempts to break through the Austro German lines in Eastern Gali "a. cheered l.ty the results of the lighting * during the first three days of duly. General Brussiloff’s men continue their efforts especially in the region t f Brzezany and ar • throwing fresh forces against tie- Teuton positions. Euring Sunday and Monday. the j first two days of the new drive, the Russians captured Moo officers and Is.ooo men and on Tuesday and Wed nesday probably added several thou sand more. Twenty nine guns and 33 machine - ins were taken from the Austro-Germans. Violent ■ rtillery duels have been in progress on the Koniuchy Zlochoff sect ir. on the Stokhod in Volhynia and at Brody at the Galician-Volliy nian border. CLIP THIS AND PIN ON WIFE’S DRESSER Cincinnati man tells how to shrivel up corns or calluses so they lift off with fingers. Ouch !?!?!! This kind of rough talk will ho hoard l"ss here in town if people troubled with eorns will follow the simple advice of this Cincinnati authority, who claims that a few drops of a drug called freezone when applied to a tender, aching corn or hardened cal lus stops soreness at once, and soon the corn or callus dries up and lifts right oil without pain. He says freezone dries immediately and never inflames or even irritates the surrounding skin. A small bottle of freezone will cost very little at any drug store, but will positively remove every hard or soft corn or callus from one’s feet. Millions of American women will welcome this announcement since the inauguration of the high heels. If your druggist doesn’t have freezone tell him to order a small bottle for you --O'-— INTENSIVK HAIMtKMM. Menu Commercial Club Cists 34 Acres Keans lor September Kicking. Alena, July t.—J. H. Callahan, a gardener in Alena, this season planted an acre of corn with Kentucky Wonder beans in the r nvs with tiie corn. Last week he marketed green beans through the marketing department of the Alena Commercial C ub from this acre to the value of $40, and lias many more to pick. Secretary Ren C. Eastin of the club has listed 34 acres for beans for September picking and expects to list at least art acies. It also is assured that at least lrtii acres will be planted to strawberries. So far LOQO gallons huckleberries have been shipped, pickers receiving 40 cents a gallon cash on delivery. _ LEMONS WHITEN AND BEAUTIFY THE SKIN Make this beauty lotion cheaply for your face, neck, arms and hands. _ At the cost of a small jar of ordinary i cold cream one can prepare a full quar ter pint of the most wonderful lemon skin softener and complexion heautifier, by squeezing the juice of two fresh lem ons into a bottle containing throe ounces of orchard white. Cure should he taken to strain the juice through a fine cloth so no lemon pulp gets in, then this lo tion will keep fresh for months. Every .• woman knows that lemon juice is used % to bleach and remove such blemishes as 1 freckles, sallowness and tan and is ' the ideal skin softener, whitener and t heautifier. f Just try it! Got three ounces of orchard white at any drug store and two lemons from the grocer and make up a quarter pint of this sweetly fragrant ' lemon lotion and massage it daily into j the face, neck, arms and hands. It. is marvelous to smoother! rough, red hands. i: —-—-o I incur IN WASHINGTON t No Details I 'util After Exemption t Hoards Organize About July 10. ( Washington, July 3.—Selection of_ men for the national war army will be made in Washington. Secretary ' Baker said, today, although the exact nature of the sc!action perte ill 1 . rep . , ' .: i i • loco 1 and1 di ■ ''.a. !! com- j t plet .. .ii probably I about July 10. Then, it Is believed, j * fhere will be some form of drawing 1 I l Peanut ' Butter Made from high-grade peanuts and salt. Standard price This Sale Symonds* Inn Made from the pure co coa beans. Unexce led in quality, without any adult eration. Standard Price This Stile One-half Pound OPEKO BREAKFAST COFtEE A Pound of < . ... — i ... if ,r~2r==5^' v\ ; | ( otiee lor lb - 1/ / A S u r p r is ing | Blend of Mild Cot i lee. Tlte Acme of ij Perfection. >♦ Standard Price. !S One Qf •; Pound 00 t; Tills Sale F; ocu^ :: Pounds OJb :: ♦♦ § Household ♦♦ ~ - _ . .. *♦ Remedies *« jf 25c Blackberry Cordial 2 for 2<>c H 50c Blood Tablets .2 for 51 }1 25c Carbolic Salve 2 for 20c If 50c Catarrh Spray, Imp. H (Liquid) .2 for 51c J» 15c Cathartic i’ills 2 for 10c H 25c Charcoal Tablets 2 for :!(!<• H 50c Cherry Bark Cough Syrup 2 for H 50c Cherry Bark Cough H Syrup 2 for 51c § 25c Cleaning Fluid 2 for 20c B 25c Corn Solvent 2 for 20c If 25c Cream of Almonds 2 for 20c § 25c Foot Powder 2 for 20c ;| 25c Grippe Pills 2 lor 2(ic 25c Healing Salve 2 for 2<ic :| 50C Kidney Pills 2 for 51c Kidney Remedy 2 fur #1.01 25c Kittle Live r Pills 2 for 2<ic 25c Mentholine Halm 2 for 2<>c 25c Rerull Tooth Pasie. 2 for 2t!c jj loc Soda -Min* Tablets.. .2 for lie a a $l.o() Syrup Hvpophosphitcs || (Clear) 2 lor #1.01 B 15c Toothache Stopper. 2 for I tie B 25c White Liniment . 2 for tide a $1 .op Wine of Cod Liver S Extract 2 for #1.01 a 25c W#ch Hazel Shaving j£ Lotion 2 for 2(ic Thursday, Friday, Saturday, July 12,13,14 npi Pay us the regular price for any item here advertised and we will sell you 1 i!0 110.11 another of same kind for ONE CENT. 13 This sale was developed by the ^nited Drug Company as an advertising i UirpiOS0 plan. The Company sacrifices its profits and something besides, in order to get a larger distribution of its meritorous products, and you get the benesit. Boquet Jeanice Talcum Is one of extreme fineness and delicate fragrance. It britfgs to you the com bined odors of the tuberose, the violet, the helitrope, the geranium, the jas mine and other choice flowers, all of which are delightfully blended in Bouquet Jeaniec Talcum Powder. Stiimliird Price This Sale «"* Kn« Two Mn t an UUli Pans J I U Tangara Fabric Stationery A white l'abric-flnieh writing paper with a narrow tinted border on both pa- I per and envelopes. The | envelope is a new cut and the paper is regular cor respondence size. Border conies in assorted colors. Standard This Price Sale /Kin Tw« Box 4UU Hokes HM U Rubber Goods and Household Needs $1.30 American Beauty Hot Water Bottle 2 for$1.5l $1.30 Flo-Fast Fountoin Syringe 2 for $1.4(1 25c Stork .Nurses .2 for 2(lc 5c Stork Nipples .2 for fie 25c Ear and Fleer Syringe .2 for 2(!c 25c Flannel Water Bottle Covers .2 for 2fic 35c Sunshine Rubber Gloves .2 for Slfic 35c Priscilla Bathing Caps .2 for 86c 25c Aloin, Belladonna and Strychnine Tablets .2 for 2tlc 60c Asafetida Tablets, 5 "rs.. 100’s .2 for 2(ic 25c Bland's Tablets. 5 grs., 100’s .2 for (11c 25c Hinkle’s Cascara Toblets 100’s .2 for 2<k* l"c Lozenges, Sulphur and Cream of Tartar .2 for lie 25c Svmonds Inn Vanilla ... .2 for 26c 25c Svmonds Inn Lemon .2 for 26c 25c Svmonds Inn Meet' Cubes .2 for 26c 15c Xasal Douche .2 for 16c 75c Hair Mrush, 11 rows Mixed Bristles ...2 tor 76c 75c Hair Brush, 11 rows White Bristles....2 for 76c 15c Hand Brush .2 for 16c 25c Hat and Roach Paste . 2 for 26c 25c Red Cedar Compound. 2 for 26c 10c Tooth Brush Holder .2 for 11c 25c Rexall Shaving Cream .2 for 26c Metropolitan Magazine The Livest Magazine * In America The Metropolitan is vital sincere---a creation of sane, forwardlookinp: brains. Bret Harte’s Novels Fovir Volumes Hret Harte as a wiriter needs no introduction. His stories of frontier life are real human interpreta tions. Standard Trice This Sale Metropolitan I year. $2,011 Until co m llcrt llarH. 4 voliiincs $2.00 for I Fenway Assorted Chocolates Contains an assort ment of 44 pieces consisting of Nouga tines, Nut Pieces, Caramels, Butter Scotch and Creams. It’s a high class value ^ in every particular. 1 lb. <b>c, 2 lbs. fide Idleliour Sweets, a se’ect assortment of Jelly Gum Drops, Toasted Marshmallows, Jordan Almonds, wropped Honey Nougat and Wrapped Caramels in a handsome U lb. box .1 box 50c 2 boxes ole 50c lb. Guth’s De Luxe Caramels.2 lbs. 51c 50c lb. Peerage Chocolates.2..for ole 5c Liggett’s Chewing Gum ..2 for tie 5c Liggett's Mints .2 for tie REXALL Tooth Paste • ♦ ---.- _ >♦ ___ i* a A perfect dentifrice, antisep H tie and deodorant. Cleans >♦ 3 and whitens the tee‘h. Comes 3 out flat on the brush. •X »♦ -♦ >1 Standard This T Price Sale I 25c 26c The Model Drug Co. The Rexall Store Ashdown, Arkansas. LjGCETT’S OPEKO TEA Standard Price This Sale 1-2 Pound AA Two Packet vUw *or VwC Stationery 10c Dozen Thumb Tacks ...2 doz.. lie 5c Pen or Pencil ('lip .2 for Be 5c Cork Grip Penholders .2 for Be lbc Carton Paper Drinking Cups (25 carton) .2 cartons.lie 4oc Tanga it. Fabric Pape teries .2 lor lie 20c Sorority Linen Writing Paper .2 for 81c 25c Lord Baltimore Linen Writing Paper . 2 for 2Be 5c High Grade Lead Pencils 2 for Be 10c Dozen Steel Pens 2 doz. lie 50c Violet Dulce Complexion Powder .2 for 51c 50c Bouquet Jeanice Talcum Powder 2 for 51c 50c Violet Dulce Cold Cream .2 for 51c 5oc Violet Dulce Vanish ing Cream .2 for 51c 25c Violet Shampoo Crystals .2 for 26c 25c Violet Dulce Talcum Powder .2 for 26c 75c llarmonv Toilet Water 2 for 76c 50c Harmony Extract Perfumes .2 for 51c 25c Beauti Face Powder 2ifor26c 25c Cold Cream .2 for 26c 15c Violet Talcum 2 for 16c 25c Violet Talcum .2 for 26c 25c Powder Puff 2 for 26c 19c Tar Shampoo Soap 2 for 20c 25c Medicated Skin Soap . 2 for 26c 10c Rose Cream Toilet Soap.2 for lie 10c Lilac Cream Toilet Soap . 2 for lie loc Rexall Toi'et Soop.2 for 11c 25c Violet. Brut Toilet Soap .2 for 26c 50c Harmony Shampoo 2 for 51c American Beauty Water Bottle Full two-quart ca pacity, heavy guage all rubber red water bottle. One that is guaranteed for one year or your money back. Reg. This sale 1 bot. 2 hot. ■| -50 | .51 orm the millions of registration ards. Men whcse names are drawn ill he summoned to appear before lie exemption boards in their com ninities. -o WiVI'HIMU* \K\VS Winthrop. July 5.---(Special)-—Little tuth Rhyne who has been visiting rel tives returned hcane Friday. Prof. T. T. C. Anderson moved from tiehmond to this city last week. Raymond Johnson who visited his randparents at Horatio last week re urned home Saturday. Roy Obarr of Allene wfjs here Fri ay. Miss Charlie Beville who has been Hth her mother at the sanitarium in "exarkana returned home Friday and epoirts her mother doing nicely. Mr. Seabech of V i ending to business ! Mis Mildred McCow; d through here Friday onroute i foreman lor a visit with her brother, Robert McCowan. Mr, and Mi's. Matten of Florida are here this week looking for a legation. Mr. -Vorwood the deputy of the W. O. W. met with the Old Hickory camp Saturday night at the W. f). \Y. hall and succeeded in getting eleven new members. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Ray of Hatfield are the guests of relatives here this week. J. R. Smith of De Queen wes here Tuesday. (!. M. Sehluip who has been attending court at Ashdown returned home Wed nesday. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Young and little daughter, Doris Ruth, and Mrs. Drew motored to Hot Springs Tuesday where they will spend a few days. Mis Ollie Obarr of Texarkana i (datives here this week. ' T. Sessions attended court (down the first of the week. Leonard Wright and sister, Miss 1 Mary of Texarkana spent the Fourth here. Harry Pendergast went to Mt. Pleasant, Texas, Tuesday. Miss Bertha Atkins who has been ?■ tending the an turner normal at Con way was summonsed home Wednesday to the bed side of her mother who. is very low with typhoid fever. Miss Myrtle Sessions of Texarkana arrived Tuesday for a visit with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Sessions, Sr. Mrs. Lee Cooper of Cerro Gordo is the guest of her sister, Mrs. Geo. Brazil Jr. Mr. and Mrs. T. ('. Scott returned to their home at Texarkana Tuesday. The Fourth was celebrated witli a big picnic at StnlPon’s Ford. A glori : mis time was re rted by all. ii. Bab ■ s in Mena Sunday. j ’ '■> A didown Sun : day. Mrs H. K. Pendergast and little daughter went to Allene Thursday. --■» ALLENE NEWS Allene, July 5.—(Special.)—Wade Webb of Winthrop visited Mr. and Mrs. K. J. Obarr Thursday. Mrs. lJffle Roden of Broken Bow is visiting relatives here tliis week. Sidney Ward was in Texarkana Mon day. Miss Dinsojii of Lockesburg visited Mrs. J. T. Sikes Wednesday. Misses Otha Goodson and Josio Bass of Winthrop were in this city Friday evening. Mrs .Clark and daughter, Nina, of Wilton visited Mrs. Daisy Seastrunk Tuesday and Wednesday. Miss Ollie Obarr of Texarkana visit ed Mr. a nd Mrs. R. J. Obarr a few days tliis week. IMrs. ,T. I). Freeman of Ashdown visit ed NTrs. Curry Weigh I this week. Mr. and Mr s Fr Ashdown Wedn 1 Mr. and Mrs. II spent the Fourth with relatives in this city. % .......... Mrs. Maud Holman of Little Reck Is visiting relatives in this city. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Miller and Mrs. Smith and daughter motored up from Shreveport Sunday for a visit with Mr. and Mrs. F. Miller. MAYR’S Wonderful Remedy for STOMACH TROUBLE One dose convinces for sale by HOVER ORl 0 STORE and other reliable druggists. -o Whenever You Need a General Tonic Take Grove’s The; Old Standard Grove’s Tasteless ul Tonic is equally valuable as u • • -nil Tonic because it contains tin ;' now n tonic properties of QUIN IN 1 and IRON. It acts on the Liver, Drives out Malaria, Enriches the Blood aud Builds up the Whole System. 90 ceats.