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4*-’ 'I’-i-v i4*14K-4,r!4K-4k!-4*:!::4*-!-:4^!4*:l-4*:]4ki'4,:!4*-i-4*'!-4*;It We will take your order for Early Red Bliss Tri umph Seed Potatoes. You will save money by com ing in and placing your order now. We will also take orders for Red Rust Proof Oats. You will be surprised how much you will save by buying now in stead of waiting until planting time. We will discontinue giving coupons Jan. 1st, fcul watch our prices. 13he ASHDOWN GROCERY .Cl. Phone 124 Ashdown, Arkansas Phone 48 Ashdown Butcher Rejoices Over Wife’s Recovery. “My wife suffered for five years and practically lived on toast and hot waiter. Doctors said she would have to be operated for gall stones. A lady advised her to try Mayr’s Won derful Remedy and after taking 4 bot ties over two years ago. she has been entirely well ever since. It is a simple harmless preparation that removes the catarrhal mucous from the intestinal tract, and allays the inflamation which causes practically all stomach, liver and intestinal ailments, including ap pendicitis. One dose will convince or money refunded.—Boyer Drug Store 3 WAR COUNCIL Of the Red Cross Appeals For More Knitted Sweaters. The War Council of the American 1 Red Cross recently sent the following statement to all Division Managers: “It is imperative that all of the sweaters, wristlets aind socks that can possibly be made by the women of the country be turned in to the Supply Department at the earliest possible date. With the cold weather coming on. the demand for sweaters especially, haft been beyond the capacity of all resources to supply. ‘‘We have forwarded promptly all knitted articles received from the Chapters and have in addition been Cash Sales Until the First of the Year Matches, per box £n < for .Ub | Tomatoes. 2 cans < for .iJb | Corn, 2 cans < for .-. tJb J Hominy, 2 cans 0Rn ' for .tub ] Kraut, 2 cans QC«i 1 Quaker Puffed Rice, packago | for .I Ub ( Quaker Oats, package 10c Nutro Oats, package 1fl« for .lUb Palmolive Soap, 11 bars 01 nn for .vPl.UU Large size Crisco ^ for .<P I iJU Second size Crisco TE« for ...~. I Ub Yale Coffee 9 E a per pound .uUb Wambo Coffee 99f* per pound .Utb St. Charles Coffee 9^\** per poundi .Ullb Breakfast Delight Coffee OKn j per pound '. JUb Barrel Coffee, parched 01 nn 7 lbs. for t|) | ibU J Blank’s Coffee on#* < per pound . £Ub Arbuckle Coffee 00 #» per pound . Botsy Ross Coffee on#, ! per pound . JUb \ 25c Jars Pickles on#, for .£Ub Apple Butter, 25c Jars on#* \ for .£Ub Popper Sauce. 15c size 10#* for .... | Ub Pepper Sauce, 25c size on#* ; for .£Ub Dunham Cocoa|nut or* ! for .£ J b Shredded .Wheat 10#* for . IUb Postum 1 n#» for . IUb Spark Plugs CE#, 50c to .03b Majestic Dried Beef, 20c size 4F .'for . fJb Pat-a-cake, 2 packages 0E« for . fcOb j Lump Starch, 3 pounds OCn i for . £Jb llebe Milk, 4 caps for 4Ub Corned Beef for . JUU Large Red Salmon, best on« for .JUb Second size Salmon on« for .£Ub Toilet Paper, 4 rolls OR** for .fcJb Pint Graipe Juice 20c Barrel Michigan Salt for «P£iUJ 50 pound Sack Salt for . JUb 25 pound sapk Salt for .fcJb Cherries, 3 bottles OR** for .-.fcjb A jack Casings at Cost. % _ S i Large stock of the best Chocolate Candies, Fireworks. Everything in proportion for Christmas. You will save money by getting our prices. O. D. TURNER Phone 199 " compelled' to buy in the market 550 000 sweaters, of which apout 250,000 have been delivered. Those sweaters are machine knit and the yarn used is a mixture of cotton and wool, so that it docs not withdraw a/ny considerable amount of yarn from the women Unit ers of the Red Cross. We are buying all the yarn we are able to secure that is suitable for knitters a/nd sending it out to the Chapters as fast as we can get delivery of it. ‘ We have received from the Chapt ers about 200,000 sweaters, approxi mately the same number of machine made sweaters, all of which have been delivered to the men in the camps and training stations, with the exception of a few thousand which we have had to send to France. The requests of our organization in France for swear ers and knitted goods have had to re main unsatisfied on account of our inability to secure enough for men in our own Army and Naivy. ‘‘We call upon the women to give us their very best effort from now until at le st January 1st that we may be able to furnish our own men with these com orts emd have some to spare for the dire needs in France." GERMANY AT BAY Maximilian Harden, the Germanedi tor who has had a habit of expressing himself frankly ajnd whose publication was at one time suppressed by the German government, has been allowed by the kaiser’s censors to print the following comment on the war: “On ly a miracle ca/n bring peace. Either Germany must be crushed or our ene mies defeated. There is no alterna tive.’’1 Harden's words iprobably represent the belief which is spreading through Germany, tha|t the entrance of the United States into the war will more lhan offset any advantages which Ger many will gain from Russiafs collapse and the withdrawal of that country and Roumania from the ranks of the f|Uies. Germany’s only hope now is to achieve some decisive result, either cn the western front or on Italy, be fore the United States gets into action with the many soldiers which are speeding across the Atlantic to the a’d of the allies France, however, though bled white by the long struggle, is throwing every ounce of her strength into the fight and the British, with their splendid armies and bulldog determination, are plugging irresistably, ajded by the few Americans who have already gone in to the fray. IS COAL SHORTAGE IK WANY PLACES Fuel Ariniinlsration Makes Efforts to Relieve Nation-AVide Suffering l>ue to Lack of Coai. Washington. Dec. 15.—Reports of almost nation-wide suffering due to ,aek of coal, stirred Fuel Administra tion officials to redoubled efforts today o release supplier held on tracks by railroad congestion. Orders went forth to Fuel Admin istration representatives in the Mid lie West to make every attempt to move coal to points in many instances declared to be facing actual coal fam ine. V Tonight Fuel Administrator Garfield appointed C. R. Moriarity of Cleve land, general director of the Middle We: tern Coal Shippers’ Pool Associa tion. and gave him full powers and authority to supervise transportation. 1. Homer Jackson federal fuel ad ministrator for Ohio, reported from Cleveland tonight that, he had started 60 carloads of coal Into that city, where lUU.OOO men were idle today because of the shutting down of the plants lacking power. Mr. Johnson, who hat been given full powers in the ma|tter of distribution, said he would supply householders first even if it forced industries to close down. Reports from .New York city today told of widespread suffering in the city and state. The New York City Board of Health telegraphed that thousands of children were cold and that an epidemic of pneumonia is fear ed. In Beaver Valley, Pa., women and children were reported to be hous ed in churches and schools that they might keep warm. Street car systems in many towns also a|re threatened with tuspension because of lack of fuel. WVSA^WWOV/VWWSAAiV DR. C. E. MAY DENTIST Office in Sanderson Bids. Ashdown, Arkansas < the past, but the most terrific fight* ing is probably yet to come. Ger mafny. at bay, and believing as Harden j does, that her very existence is at stake, will fight with a desperation | which will become demoniac in its ferocity the further she is driven back 1 ward.—Arkansas Democrat.