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NOTARY PUBLIC fj Ashdown, Ark. jj R. E. HUDDLESTON, | NOTARY PUBLIC :: Office in First National a Bank. a I: a ORTOX TRANSFER CO. Office Flume 4....Residence 17! Call Us FOR PROMPT SERVICE ♦♦•a <.•♦♦*♦+«*-# *.«♦♦♦♦*»<■♦*< I AY. A. J. MILLS il H OPTOMETRIST J; H Will be in Ashdown, Ark., on H p 1st and 3rd Wednesdays of each U g month. Up stairs in Sanderson ;; p Building ... . • , , p g AY. A. J. MILLS U p OPTOMETRIST H |J Hope. Arkansas, p fititttiitiitiiitiitiiiitiitttitiiititiVuXititiz:': > • 1 Money! Money! Money! § 5 W3 have money to lend on im- || p proved farm lands—Long terms 8 —Easv paj menta. Sec Us. Ij I McIVFR ABSTRACT C0-: 8 *] $$ Sanderson Building ttxzx'tiitiiiitiitliziiiiitiiiizztitiititittx:* H FARM LOANS WANTED | || ONE TO TEN TEARS \l || Interest S Per Cent |j H LAND BOUGHT AND SOLD | ” II. R. YEAGER | || Ashdown, Arkansas H H || KSK!i!«jiniai!t,,sia:!i!::::uiMauaa!U! | J. W. RINGGOLD, 31. I). | !» || • H Respectfully tenders his jj A Professional services to | 8 the people of Ashdown, a | ASHDOWN, ARK. 1 Life Was a Misery Mrs. F. M. Jones, of Palmer, Okla., writes: ‘‘‘From the time I en tered into womanhood ... 1 looked with dread from one month to the next. I suffered with my back and bearing-down pain, until life to me was a misery. 1 would think I could not endure the pain any longer, and I gradually got worse. . . Nothing seemed to help me until, one day, . . . 1 decided to TAKE **' The Woman’s Tome “I took four bottles,” Mrs. Jones goes on to say, “and was not only greatly relieved, but can truthfully say that 1 have not a pain. . . “ It has now been two years since I tookCardui, and I am still in good health. . . I would ad vise any woman or girl to use Cardui who is a sufferer from any female trouble.” If you sufferpain caused from womanly trouble, or if you feel the need of a good strengthening tonic to build up yourrun-down system, take the advice of Mrs. Jones. TryCar dul. It helped her. We believe it will help you. A!! Druggists J.6S ALL TURNED DOWN i Fort Smith District Exemption Hoard Begins Considering Appeals. Fort Smith. Aug. 15.—The Fort ; Smith District Board today began | handing down decisions in cases in which accepted men claimed exemp tions. The board refused every one of the 18 cases heard. Included in the list war' Montgomery Johnston, postal money order clerk in the Fort Smith posloflice and son of postmast er W. J. Johnston, v.ho claimed ex emption because of the character of his employment and because of an al leged dependent wife. Ira I). Ogglosby Jr., secretary o the Board of Appeals of Western Arkan sas. today forward'd to Adjuian! (.!.>•: oral Lloyd England at Little Hock, a list of the, acceptances and exemp tions re; orted by local boards to the district board. The list follows: * Baxter, nonexempt Hi!, exempt no ; report; Boone nonexempt 3, exempt ! 4; Carroll, norej-.cmpt 24, exempt lie .report; Columbia nonexempt 51. ex it-mpt 17"; Franklin nonexempt 10, ex empt 9; Howard, nc;.exempt 3S7, ex ' empt no report; Johnson, nonaxempt 9, exempt 29,; Lafayette, nor,exempt 92 exempt 44; Little River nonaxempt 1(5, •'exempt no report; Logan, noncxempi 9, exempt no report: Pike, nonexempt 44, exempt 66; Polk, nonexcni.pt 203. I exempt 137; Sevier, nonaxempt 18. ex I empt no report; Sebastian. Division j Xo 1, no report. Division X'o. 2. nonex empt 42. exempt: 38; Washington, non. I exempt 57, exempt no report. I The following counties have not i sent reports1: Crawford Marion. Ca! hov.n, Madison. Ouchita, Searcy and Union. -o TIMM TABLE Memphis, Dallas & But* By. Daily Except Sunday, Eastbound. Leave Texarkana 7:30 a. m. Arrive Ashdown 8:30 a. in. Arrive Hot Springs 5:30 p. in. Westbound. j Leave Ilot Springs 7:00 p. m. ■ Arrive Ashdown 4:0.7 p. m. Arrive Texarkana 1:50 p. m. Sunday Only Eastbound. Leave Texarkana 7:30 a. m. j Arrive Ashdown S:20 p. ni. Arrive Hot Springs 3:30 p. m. Sunday Only Westbound. Leave Hot Springs 9:25 a. in. Arrive Ashdown 4:03 p. nr. Arrive Texarkana 4:50 p. m. i *»■».» A Y : gyl f&s. QhAllftfl rwn H ^^||| .mijiiClcj k^ittCIICO. Kj^k ii |,| r fl All LTW!!,, «.f P cillii rill Jli.iiiiiLuJ WiL |.; The Williams Improved Mill remains the Screens in shalcer sieve take out trash > favorite with those who realize the impor- and litter. tance of simplicity and durability. The williams Mill can be opened for jf 1 The frame is cf exceptional strength— sharpening - isil.. You o ily have to move [ well put together. two nuts and loosen two others when ready jjfcj Suction fan cleans the grain. Softer and to swing the mill open. bolter furnished for use when meal is to be ... f ■ _„ ground. The Williams is a perfect mill for ii'° cf''\ : t ° a '' !‘JanV’ 1,1 40 ,**c**‘,“ kq grinding bread meal. ured only by cue power used. fa’ Each mill has the latest type of ball- Will make 5 to >10 bushels of gortd. cool, bearing. Has positive force device that sweet cc n neal, or 3 to f.0 bushels of * ’i counts where rapid grinding.is required. chops per ho u. Buhrs are the best to be had. Will not Write for literature ar.d our very low 5 run together when the mill runs empty. prices. You Need a Williams Engine to Run tlie Is‘III [' and to Do Other Woi li (, i < There are hundreds of tasks around the farm that- a s Kcrovrx- I'rtgmo ran he- put to. y With farm hands so scarce you need plenty of mechanical ;’ower. The William.- i rmUt to von on j, , Kerosene. You will find it handiest to have your er.gi. e mounted c . lr»- > • \ •>. •» r .. - ■ Iru l J; from place to place. Sizes 5, 7, 0 and 12 h. p. You can have a Wi h.-m.s c ». on skies 1 . : tutic.n- y/ ary work if you prefer. i s| Owners all over Texas and Oklahoma are perfectly siAbikd with their Wi'.’.iuin;-. Mngines. I.ei j us send circular and prices. j, Write today for circulars and our special prices. it Williams Mill Manufacturing Co, \ 516 E. Broad St., Texarkana, U. S. A. Grist Mills, Feed Mills, Corn Shelters, Threshing Machinery, II. y Pros-es. * Cutters, Belting, Pulleys, Etc. ,f~x, i . >*' " ' y | - —- »*•*' ■ /■»»■>«»■«. ■».. . "* • 1 ir U*. jrr -V . .<*»>• ! EX-CZAR TO COLD SIBERIA _ Will) liis Family, is neiiia: Sent to Dreary ami Uemote S)of —■Seems to Bt XTueh Itejtresseii. Petrograd. August 15. The seal, official Russian news encv ai. nouneed tonight that torn: . Enipor- . Nicholas, and his family v. . <■ i moved today from the place i. Tsarskoe Scdo, and that it \va;. i. i ported they are being transpo,; ad to ( Tobolsk, Siberia. r’ornkT Emporer Xielioias and hi. !• family ere removed in an a: di::;:i. | train instead ,.f in the gorgeous :. . > pcrlal train cm which Nicholas '.'a. 1 Irony lit to the palace. Tne firm. ' emperor appeared to be very mui h i depressed. [ N. V. Xekrasoff, ’-Ice pernio1', u, 1 nay aid that tile removal f Ni sola was decided upon after a series o. s cut sessions of the Council of Mil. infers late last month. The motive ; oi tlie ministers, he said, are politic:. I and military. It was decided to g. \ Nicholas out of the way before cir I cumstances arose which might mak | it difficult to exile him. When th former emperor reaches his do .ti | nation the facts will be announced. Tobolsk, beyond the Ural moun i tains in Siberia, is far from a rail road, and is reached only by a ion. overland journey or by an occasional j river steamer. The climate is | tremely sevier in winter, it was Ion : used as a place of banishment for po litical exiles. At tile time of the revolution Nic’co las was at tile front. On his way hack to the capital lie was arrested and taken to the Alexandrovsky palace at Tsarkoe Selo. 15 mid sot:tli of Petrograd. where the form., imperial famiiy lias since I en to:, fined. !. it. ii. nii'!KA | i:\s cr;i;» Gencrai Strike August 20 rnit-ss lie mantis Granted in Foil; spjhy. Spokane, Wash., A«g. 15.—Threat c. a general strike by Industri; Workers of the World was met to I night by state and city officials who threatened prosecution o. the men who proposed to let the harvest rot and to tie up activities necessary t the war in ietaliation for "systan. afic persecution against our " mem bers.” Janies Rowan, district secretary o' the I. \V. \\announcing ;iiuL a gen era! strike would bo called August JO in Washington. Idaho. Montan . and Oregon mile.,; the organization . demands are granted, said 55,000 me., would quit work. The organization seived notice on the governors of n lour states that they want all 'de - war prisoners released, a lo-iu,. Jay in till harvest fields. ■ .;tur :ii conditions, no aisei iminai'... • sainst union men and the privilege of organizing workers. By the use of our organized eco nomic power wo will force the ruling ciass to give justice to our members or else the crops of the North wes. territory shall be left unharvested." said the Industrial Worker's 3taf ment. In reply Governor Alexander < Idaho said his stale Is ‘‘prepared l\> all emergencies.” "1 have made arrangements to pr, left every industry in this g ate fro. 1 ny attack, first by law and second »i necessary, by force,” he declared. G. L. Baker, mayor of Portland °re , where 20 Industrial Workers atv in custody, charged with various of . uses, several having been put to work on the rock pile, said: • l.et them strike. No Industri e V ori\ors will be released here uni ts.-, by dv e pro< ess of la .’ Warning Order. In the Little River Chancery Court. Little River County, Arkansas. Lilia Brown Plaintiff, vs. Willie Brown C'Tei'.d-int. The Defendant, Willi; Brown is hereby warned to appear in! ibis court within JO days and answer! •be complaint «of the plaintiff herein, i. lia M. Brown. Witness my hand and the seal of said court this 12th day of June, 1!U7.—Chas. H. Park. Clerk S L Jones, 1). C. J. II. Lawson, Altv. for Plaintiff. Seth C. Reynolds, \it’v ad litem. W57 To Cure a Cold In One Day. Take LAXATIVE BROMO Quinine. It stops the lough and Heartache and works off the Cold. Druggists refund money if it fails to cure. E. W. GROVE S signature on each box. 30c. w—ww—mman > w vwwmvvmm ■' OJTOKTrMTV OK TIIF SVALL F\. JM STRUM S FARMER j ^ J The war is going to make two com I modities very high-pi-h ad labor and foodstuffs. The farmer who lias to hire much labor therefore is not n A a ! to profit so inueli by tlie war, Aii•> the farmer who bn; ■ no.! and ,v ! depending on a (h! per cent ir.cr..... in cotton values to cover a It.., j cent increase in c.. n price 13P per cent increase in v. hju ; ; —is not only not going to p.. ♦ / tm war. but on the contrary i bankrupted by it. The luckiest :n of all, relatively speaking, is going a he he who doesn't • mm . ■ food or teed. In other words, to i.. ; .in a golden opportunity for the in-Jn.-f i . us, i nterpi lain? nnali farmar o ha children of the .a.:, ■ sc.i and v.be "liver at home and boards at file mtu.c place.” Mo i.- the man who i n ; going to have me b>at cnouco c' i i. litr to got something ah ■ d. This is t:io year* ho should oive 10 .... something -sav ave: y cent 1 o " : and i' lie doesn't o' n a b am . . 1 . . make rt start to war i (•> ttfn : on As a matter of fact it i f:-c or all to realize mat tiio amor si . ■ ; ■ Jr. going to brim, some his-.sings :i ,ts train. Farm la lor . .. inande:; sninl!;:.' w:i„. m , he i than in any oth r p; • c ih. •• Ill J: A! the LYA'A v. .... of male farm labor is in toe c r : Atlantic stales via ; in the South < 'entr i tales a :A' while in the North At! m . nj X>>rth Central states the average on • ; ?30, and in the Wcstemi Ancs i. ed $44.35. Wan -s of co a se kr.v - terially incroa 1 i;:< '1 1 An figures given are slii! effect'vt n (Heating the relative . iffc: n...vs , ; sections. Xow Southern farm labor i, no. on ly going to get niori ho-ea'ter. b t waged here am liked; to be hroim.1 t r.eaier on a parity with wages in ©A sections. The ytar i a ore tlie started foreign immigrants came in. the I’nited States at the i,::c of ; a ■ eOO a month; iast year at tiie rate only 25,000 a month. In other war r the iacouiT.g ft: ripen h'bni' h s lie ;i 'oc (..red ... nine nt ; . ;t : ■ ip. • when th 1 (lain t I. of \ .•>'.• •>• lories am! mines f: :• bor i’ave ’ , a ■ reaCy increased—Th ■ ?rog:m-viv id. rmer. 'wiir rin-: i.1 hi) AT VYHUF. Lot u? nut th: . wo so o ten do—waste a 1 to work o. eul !ivation we give to the early vetr-. , table crops, by letting the land ■ , | up .n grass and weeds as- tile crop ripen. Hut rather let ns k* v. t tools of crltwatio:: running r L >1 later, then, w.itaout t ."her a.Kir o ithe land, plai t o' or crops that will mature bet ?r in the fall or rar ing the winter. Lat ■ corn, turni n para'aijis, rye oats. ec. may ..eh follow the curly pntaio . run or tk. land may be seedt 1 to : s>, ■ ov -. or a'frli’a at little r.-ctr,. . ■■■. an ■hose crops go in un r ; into .: cOn-Mticns. Good lan i is tv ;r'i-d to produce fine crop-; ,f 11; sii t < ■ r,nd it will be almost a sin tiii; year to let rich lam t ia good ted bed condition grow un in wild grans an 1 >- at <1 s Y.’o o work the potato land his; a« t; plants are maturing and plant c-ortt between tile rows, then while the 1'©tiptoes are 1 ing dug tlic ecru i sprouting.—The ’regressive Farmer ( OTTOX is Idtli'ING WELL IVfilltor Genera:!) l;n,trab!e Dining the East iHontii. Washington. Aug. 15. - The we: :r during the pas: week was ger.er; ii\ favorable for work in the cotton fields, says the weekly weather ■! crop bulletin issued today by the De parment of Agriculture, and goo:' progress nvas made, in cultivation over the belt, except in parts of Alabama, where there was excessive rainfall. Cotton is fruiting well in Ari;.:;. as. Louisiana, Tenncsee, and southern North Carolina, while it made good growth in Oklahoma. There has 1 m marked improvement in the crop's condition in South Carolina, and the stand now lias reached a seasonl de vodopment while in general the crop in this stare may be considered ro~. good to excellent. Deterioration in the crop is rc o-; -' from the western Florida aera, due rc damage by the boll weevil, hut Georgia picking is under way a”..' the crop generally is good, thou;-' there is some increase in the oet'vdv of the weevil. In Mississippi tho weather ha: been eseellent for cultivation, which has produced a very satisfactory condi tion of the plant, while the weevil damage has been kept down. CWn is opening in many sect’ons of Ecu's ,iana and picking has commenced. The plants are doing well in northern and eastern Texas, but are deteriorating in Central, Western and Southern dis tricts, Rtniowed Ky Kina' (Jporge and < licc. pd Iiy .Millions of Hridsliors —l’iiss Rpforp Royal Family. I -_ i London, Aug If. American troops paraded triumphantly through Lon don today and were reviewed by King George at Buckingham palace a Ambassador Page. The p, s> ,.i which, despite Lie drb.ak. b. ■ ,. forth nearly 1.11 London to i •- , . , broke lip t mil' rily na . . ; •: ■ tin eabind and ir Lmyd a • no and hi:- < • "1 . ; • .re . J to the overseas foe os. ! Millions oi . imdor. • . .• . •;i them waving American Si. themselves lioar.-e until ti.e m , ceils ip.-partod. the street-, L - , . j Guards parade up Whiicha . u , . gar Square, Picadllly, ( ' dens, Buckingham paim-c and Vostmiiddor bridge ed solidly with men, won: n vc. reu Great Crowd Cheer MB-a When the troops swung - ito \ '.. Hall, a roar of cheers - : heard many blocks. aw,:v .- ■ - ed. it continued all alo . All traftic was stopped. ... -.3 ami tool's wore crowded. Fes -n.- Li the throngs of sp-stator.- eonliru L shouted nut greeting, such as glad to see you. At. erica, ' and Go, get tie-in, toys." The Americans -r the most . : rt ! kept their eyes to the from. Silly occasionally did a t.-.ati here or there ; look to the right or left, grinning broadly or wiggling a hand in su di a way that the Olivers could not see him. Before Loyal 1 asniiy. The greatest crowd gathered in ' front of Bucking!-.-.m palace. Ti.e overflo i d ■ v the palace grot a.in. People filled the broad y.'ma. a d the kin-.-, accompanied by the qt.e n, the hoitsohold st.- if and ollicc-rs, tc >k his place at the gate. The Americans then fi;c. I p: -t, 1 cy s P it. officers at saint • v.d- t ttie 'bands played and tile dioerii.;’ .. i , waving of flags c ntinuc.i. A ; t e ! first Stars and S--’ipes pus •• ' i king and bis part; raised the;: ha is in salute. Thu flag was flipped and the crowd roared approval so vigor ously that ti king was forced to sunile. Tin w.inrto vs and ro: ‘‘ o' be palace were c ot i.-d with soldi, rt u l attendants who .bntly waved :o the Americans. ! A slight rain 11 during i i view, l-i- not a. spectator d-t ;iat i. : After the .. view the America- s camped t mpor ri'v on ti c- green par t ■ at the r- : .- of the palace. There th. / 1 rested an 1 i.-ic! If", h, after which : they re: - . t ■ ■.- march through Lie ' city. th< earlier s< ■ ■ eing i - eati ed, Lat< T . rted from Wat >r 1 loo stntior. i "”] -l’ -u wspi:. :r . rr n in ■ rai the A d tan soldi trs. 1 S 5 a: d days on the front ; : • e ; the large her.dline. "Sou. of the ! grim* Back in Lett ’on.” ut.dcr .ditch :it save: " Flm- Impression. "heat: ltd a. si I t> a,Led. ' in ’il:; 1 a ‘ . .. iut. 1 et. ev ery::'.. : . oar, rather than dr ■ m c-t s: - . V. o fi. , i i ds - ito h ob y iu straight in the eye, take voyr or h ure at :■ clam -. d a. you the': oi aio i in a tv- ■ a d r. :1 amj »p u , to busin .-a- o ii db' ittri a t of moil o! a . ii.dte 'po. Not dam- - il, not .\us-1. Man. n.t New Zr.ikti er. but n . 'tc -ii.-.; ot the eye ; n the expression cl' d .. out it something I distinct 1; Anil d States.” j Just before the Americans left Lon i don taxicabs filled with onl men fell in belli. . i.ke pro -sion. They boro , big banners in sc died "London Pivis ' iou U. S. Civil Met- Veterans. ’ The ; veterans stood up iu the cabs anrl cheered, the hindmost troops respond ing. -o YES! LIFT A CORN OFF WITHOUT PAIN! — Cincinnati authority tells how to dry Up a corn or callus so it lifts off with fingers. You corn-postered men and women | need suffer no longer. Wear the shoos that nearly killed you before, nays this | Cincinnati authority, because a few I drops of freezone applied directly on a | tender, aching corn or callus, stops sore I ness at. once and soon the corn oi hardened callus loosens so it can be lifted out, root and all, without pain. A small bottle of freezone cost very little at any drug store, hut will ; . tively take off every hard or soft corn or callus. This should be tried, as it is inexpensive and is said not tc I irritate the surrounding skin. If your druggist hasn’t any freezone tell him to get a small bottle for you from his wholesale drug house. It is fine stuff and acts like a charm every time.