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THE LITTLE RIVER NEW!
ad Lis bed "i^edaei iay a;:d >ahirda\ tilt.Hh,.' A bt it A \ »■, editors and Publishers. Entered ui Die postornee ai As. Jown. Arkansas, as second-class nia Subscription P/iee Per Year, $1.50 Cash in Advance ' • ’ l> /•> .1. - -I -Is iv I . , i -I. IN /(> /I * MH’AFi NEWS. X xxx x x x x x x x x x x x x x * Ellis Warmack left Thursday to join the navy. Mrs. M. C. Stanford is quite low with lagrippe. E. H. HolloweU was here from Ar den Thursday. I\ A. Cook was here from Foreman Tuesday night. Jim Hemphill was here from Rich mond Thursday John Waldo was here from Pine Prairie Thursday. Rev. S. K. Burnett has returned from Conference. Thos. Dollarhide of Foreman was in the city Thursday. Ancther cold wave expected. Come on with the wood J. D. Ray of |Richmond was trading in Ashdown Thursday. A. Kennan was here from Wilton Thursday on business C. V. Twyman was here from Fore main Wednesday night. Wanted to buy, second hand flat top office desk.—Call 127. tf Mrs. D. R. Fawcett returned Friday morning from Morris Ferry. Methodist dinner and bazaar at the Merchant's Cafe Wednesday. Little Miss Bernice Perkins is con fined to her bed with scarletine. Mis. P. M. Wood of Red Bluff visited her children in this city Tuesday . Mrs. E. W. Whitiker of Lockesburg was shopping in the city Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. Vaughn Pipkin of Wil ton motored to Ashdown Thursday. R. P. Lindsiay of Foreman was at tending to business in Ashdown Tues (lay. Mrs. Mattie Pat erson of Richmond visited relatives in Ashdown Thurs day. Homer Welsh fai’ed to paps the examination for the army Wednes day. Ralph Hughes left Wednesday for Little Rock to e.iist in the hospital corps. •J. A. McDonald killed a Poland Chi na hog this week that dressed at 527 poinds Don't forget the DOLLAR SALE at Mills Jewelry Store every Monday at 10 av m. John Stinson and d; ughters of Ren Lonicud were trading in Ashdown Thursday. Better have ue han ile your laundry next week for Xmtp.—Home Boys, Phone 151. The Methodist ladies wiil hold their bozaar and dinner at the Merchant's Ca!e Wednesday. Sam Sielgton of Foreman passed through Ashdown Weclne day on his way to Little Rock. Don't forget the dinner rjnd bazaar by the Methodist ladies Wednesday at the Merchant's Caft. Rev. F. P. Doak was in the city ve terdf|- on his way to DeQueen where he will work next year Rev. C. S. Wales has re urned from Little Rock where he attended the State Baptist Convention. S. C. Reynold and June U Morrell went to DeQueen Thursday returning with the Fed Cross specia Quick Service and Best Hesul.s giv en at the Home Boys Cleaning and Pressing Shop. Phone 151. Ezra Franklin has enlisted in the aviation corps and left Wednesday. He will be in the clerical department. By an oversight last week Mrs. Henry Gist and Mrs. It. M Price were left off the Tuesday sowing club for the Red Crossi. Dan Harmon colored killed a hog this week weighing over 300 pounds. Dan always has plenty of hems rtjised meat if lie does live in town. Mrs. Gus Phillips and little son. are visiting the famiy o’ R. A. Phillips before going to Pittsburg, Kas„ where they will make their future home. Childen are requested to get their Santa Claus letters in as early as possible. Old Santa will want to know just wha|t you expect him to bring you. Misses Louise Costs and Gladys "tn sell have returned home for the Christ mas holid'i’s. They have been at tending colege r/t Meridian. Miss. They wore accompanied home by Mips Fay Oosmoc of Hope. Grover Pipkins First Lieutenant in the regular army llrom N M., stopped o vo to visit his uncle, Arthur Collins, Wednsdny on his way to Southern N. M. Lieut Pipkins lived in Ashdown and went to school here when he wap a boy. STRAYED DU STOLEN—1 white- mare 12 years old, had chain on foot, shod all round. Ono iron gray ma*re 3 yrs, old scar on 1c t shoulder shod in front are nbranded. Were worked from •Canton. Texas $15 reward.—M C. Bro" n. DeQucon. Ark. R 5. The Last Car of Ft. Smith Wagons We’ll have this season just unloaded. Wagons will be higher next year and you can save money by buying N O W | LET US SHOW YOU t ASHDOWN HARDWARE CO. Warning Order. In the Little River Chancery Court, Little River County, Arkansas. Hicks Company Ltd. plaintiff vs. Benjamin M. Ogden, et al defendants. The defend ants. B. H. Poindexter; B. H. Poin dexter, as Trustee; Southern Trust Co., and W. S. Pate are hereby warned to appear in this Court within thirty days and answer the complaint of the plaintiff herein. Hicks Company Ltd. ' 'itness my hand and the seal of said < ourt this 27th day of November, 1917. —Chas. H. Park, Clerk. Jas. H. Wil liajms, D. C. W. H. and D. C. Arnold, Attys. for PltfTs. A. P. Steel Attv ad litem. S Warning Order. In the Litle Hiver Chancery Court, ll little Hiver County. Arkansas. Chay tor Hell plaintiff vs. Mattie Bell de fendant. The defendant. Mattie Hell ' i hereby warned to appear in this ■curl within thirty days and answer die complaint of the plaintiff herein Chaytor Hell. Witness my hand and the seal of said court this 24th day of November, 1917.—Chas. H. Park Clerk, das K. Williams I). C. DuLaney .V: Steed. Atty for Pltff. .Tune K. Morrell, At tv r d litem. W ----o-— Commissioner’s Sate. Notice is hereby given that in pursu ance of the authority and directions contained in the decretal order of the Chancery Court of Little River County, made and entered on the 20tli day of November, -A. D. 1917, in a| certain cause (No. 72) then pending therein between T. F. Patterson, et al, com plainants. and Jas W. Patterson de fendant, the undersigned, as Commis sioner of said court, will offer for sale at public vendue to the highest bidder a the front door or entrance of the County Courthouse, in wh'ch said court is held, in the County of Little River, within the hours prescribed by law for judicial sales, on Saturday the 15th day of December, A. D. 1917, the following described real estate, to-wit: St NW'i of SE', Section 16 Township 13 South. Range 30 West, in Little Riv er County, Arkansas. | Terms of sale: On a/ credit of 3 months, the purchaser being required to execute a bond as required by law and the order and decree of said court in said cause, with approved se cur tv, bearing intere. t at the rate of s!x pe rcent per annum from date un til paid, and a lien being retained on . the premises sold to secure the pay-1 ment of the purchase money. Given under mj hand this 20th day of Nov ember, A. D. 1917.—Chas II Park. Com missioner in Chancery S -o I'OR SALE—High grade top carriage nearly new, in perfect order. $75.00 j gets it.—W. H. Adams, on Frisco j Pc::d. tf EXCHANGE—Residence property in | Ashdown to exchange for farm pro- j p rty.—W. S. Price,. Ashdown, Ark. tf j ^■■■■■■■■taa U. S. ARMY AM) NAVY PICTORIAL New War Maps of the World, Picture of President Wilson and Many Others We will send this instructive book •.hat will enable you to follow the movements of our troops in Europe and the SEMI-WEEICLY GAZETTE one year for $1.20, either new sub scription or renewal, or sent post paid for 35c The pictorial contains picture of President Wilson, Secretary Baker and Panielsi, and Army and Navy of ficers, large Tractor Tanks. Howitzer, etc. Shows our 16-inch guns and coast defense guns, a squadron of air planes, battleships, including the Bat tleship, Arkansas, etc. Send in your subscription today. SEMI-WEEKLY GAZETTE, Little Rock, Ark. FOR SALE—Post Oak fence posts, cut last summer.—Mrs. J. T. Cowling. 3t F’OR SALE—4 Poland China, gilts, 7 i months old.—D. B. Coulter. -o-— Warning Order. In the Little River Chancery Court. Little River County, Arkansas. Hester DeLony plaintiff vs. Mose DeLony de fendant. Tli- defendant Mose I)c Lony is hereby warned ti appear in til's court within thirty clays and an swer the complaint, of tiie plaintiff herein, Heater DeLony. Witness my Fand and the seal of said court this j OVER DIDST f ACT DIGESTION WAS RAD, Say* 65 year Old Kentucky Lady, Who Tells How She Was Raftered After a Few Doses of Black-Draught Meadorsvllle, Ky.—Mrs. Cynthia Higginbotham, of this town, says: “At my age, which Is 65, the liver does not act so well as when young. A few years ago, my stomach was all out of fix. I was constipated, my liver didn’t act. My digestion was bad, and It took so little to upset me. My ap petite was gone. I was very weak... I decided I would give Black Draught a thorough trial as I knew It was highly recommended for this trouble. I began taking it I felt bettor after a few doses. My appetite Improved and I became stronger. My bowels acted naturally and the least ^rouble was soon righted with a few doses of Black-Draught" Seventy years of successful use has made Thedford’s Black-Draught a standard, household remedy. Even! member, of every family, at times, need the help that Black-Draught caa give in cleansing the system and r*» Hewing the troubles that come from constipation, indigestion, lazy liver, etc. You cannot keep well unless your stomach, liver and bowels are in good working order. Keep them, that way. Try Elack-Draught. It acts promptly, gently and in a natural way. If you feel sluggish, take a dose tonight You will feel fresh tomorrow. Prica 25c. a package—One cent a dosa All druggists. J. fit 21st day of November, 1917.—Chas. II. Pcjrk, Clerk. S. L. Jones, D C. Seth C Reynolds Atty l'or Pitff. A. P. Steel. .Vty ad litem. S __ . as!» Christmas Specials During the next ten days we are gcing to offer special prices on everything in our line. We have one of the largest and most complete stocks of Hardware and Furni ture in Southwest Arkansas. We have a large assort ment of the following: Blankets, 3cm,forts, Car Load of Mattresses Gar load of 'rcn Beds, Car Load of Rockers rnd Chairs, Two Car Loads Buggies, Car Load g! Dressers and Bed Springs, Car Lead of Cock Stoves, Ranges and Heaters, Car Lead 6? Avery Plows and Cultivators. Big Assortment of Bicycles, Trycicycles, ..... Saddles, Winchester Pump Guns, Rubber Boots, Hip Boots, Waders, Dishes-Knives and Forks, Spoons. Big Stock of Wilton- elvet Rugs, Wool Fiber Rugs, Bhina41atfing Rugs, All Kinds of Har r.oss. 4 :j • • \ , * > * ■ ■ - . 1 t «? i*:-- . ^ . ■■■?. Buy Early Before the Big Rush is on Henry & Joyner Hardware Co.