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* LOCAL NCOS. * 58 -8 58 * 5’# 58 58 58 58 * * * * * * Goa. Briant has returned from Hit Springs. W. A. J. Mills of Hope was in town Wednesday. Howard Hemphill of Richmond was here Thursday. J. B. Graves ol Lockesburg spent the 4th in the city. Miss Ruth Moore of Texarkana was in town Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. U. Moseley of Wilton spent the Fourth here. Miss Evylena Martin of Long, is vis iting friends here this week. Hon. .7. O. Livesa.y and wife of Fore man spent tl}£ 4th in this city. Sam Xunnelly of Texarkana is visit ing his sister, Mr3. S. E. Coats. Mrs. W. L. Perkins of DeQueen is visiting relatives here this week. Mr. and Mrs. N. C. McCrary of Rich mond spent Thursday in this city. ' J. A. Johnston of Mena attended the 4th of July ce’ebrat’on here Thurs day. H. J. Hughes and R. I.. Johnson of Allene celebrated the 4th in Ash down. Misses Xita and Ada Wimberly aiv visiting relatives at Hope and Wash ington. Mrs. Emmett Lott has returned home from a visit in Hugo, Oklahoma, Thursday. * Mesdames John D. Freeman and Edward Freeman left Wednesday for Little Rock. Miss Dorothy Corbett left Tuesday for Malvern, where she will visit for sever.;! days. Mr. ana Mrs. Dorcas Phillips lo:t Wednesday night for Mansfield, to vis it with relatives. Mayor L E. Cowling of Mineral Wells, Texas, visited his cousin, M. M. Draper, this week. ILevant Dickinson and Fay Davis left Thursday for Little Pock to report to the navy for service. Mrs. John Meriditii nd soil. Chr and Miss Kate Pettigrew of Wilton were in town Thursday. Mrs. Julia Pettigrew, and son. Qfe, and Joe Fawcett of Ben Lomond wor% over to spend the Fourth. Mr. and Mrs. Alford Wright of Ard more, Oklahoma, passed through the city Saturday enroute to Mena Mrs. Dan Phillips and children left Wednesday for Henrietta, Oklahoma, to visit with the formers' mother. Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Orrison and child ren of Kansas City are visiting the parents of Mrs Orrison, Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Caples Miss Elizabeth Sanderson left Wed nesday for Mena, where she will visit v/ith her sister, Miss Glover, who is teaching school there. Hard work acts unfavorably on the body that is bilious or constipated; producing low spirits, weakness and loss of energy. Prickly As "a Bittsrs is a system cleanser and invigorator. It creates energy, good appetite and cheerfulness. Price $1.25 per bottle —Dixie Drug Co., Special Agents. H. G. Sanderson is packing up to move to Marlin, Texas, with i:i3 farai'; ^ Mr. Sanderson is making the move fr the benefit of his health. He r.d hi excellent family have been prominent ly identified with Little '.liver count; activities for many years, end thei loss will be felt. Wc hope that hei Mr. Sanderson has recovered hi health he will return. If you cannot eat heartily wi :ho j an attack of indigestion your atom ' is week. You need Prickly Ash D! ters. It is a fine digestive tor.'.c. B aides, it rids the stomach and bowels of the impurities which make you fee' bad. Price $1.25 per boLle.—Lix Drug Co , Special Agents. —-W.S.S A J. V. A A J. ,1. J. A J, J, J, JL S. JU ■■ : RICHMOND NEWS : ♦ ♦**♦♦♦♦** + ♦❖ + ♦ + + •! Richmond, July 4.—(Special.)—Mis: Willye Lewis who has been attendin State Normal at Conway the past rev months leturned Monday . Miss Guasye Gardner, Dist. Lea.,u< Secretary will leave this morning fo, Fordyce to attend the meetings of th< League. Dr. U. M. Eckel, of Foreman, passe through enroutc to Little Rock whir he will take the physicians examim tion for service. Mrs. W. I. Joyner of Ashdown v, a Richmond visitor Monday , Little deader Mellard, our pastor . small daughter, has been very s < this week—a victim of th-> old-tim? - emy ‘poison oak.” This is C <> case the writer has eve'- cm are glad to note that s*»e is im;:r and hop® that she will '-:o:> i be \v.v: Misses Winnie Gardner and tie:!; Mae Mellard and Uro. Mellard retui. ed from Lewisville whore they a'Lem ed the Epworth League Association ' j’oyee High has gone to enlist in thi navy. We thought we had sent all tm boys ,y.e could, almost, but they stil come to the front. Well, Richmond has a new mail ca; Tier, now. Winfield Adkins We re sor f ry to lose the Miller boys, hut we ?. r : glad to know that it goes into sucl faithful hands. Miss Annie Patterson and Mrs. Da.vi r- om the Wade’s Chapel settle r We Now Have in Stock The most complete line of Household and Kitchen Furniture we have ever handled. Also the largest as sortment of Rugs, Linoleum, Art Squares, Etc. These goods are advancing in price every day, and floor coverings getting so scarce we can hardly get them. Now is the time to buy if you need this class of mdse. LET US SHOW YOU AHDOWN HARDWARE CO. ment were in town shopping Wednes day. Itf. B. Daniels was in town on busi ness Wednesday. Dr. W. E. Vaughan and Mr. Batton went fishing Wednesday. They report quite a nice time. Miss Dollie Brothers who has been visiting in Texarkana, is home again. I.ittle Noble Daniel has been a little bnt siclythe past few days, but we'ra glad to nolle it is nothing serious. Mrs. M. E. Hemphill is visiting in Lockesburg this week. -W.S.S. Administrator’s Sale. Notice is hereby given that the un dersigned as administrator of the est ate of Wm. and Ann Gregory, deceased will on the 15th day of July, 1918. offer for sale at the Court House door, Ahlyjown, Arkansas, at public auction to "Idle highest bidder, upon a credit of three months, the following lands ^belonging to said estate, to-wit: Frl. ’South i of Erl SWi section 3 township 1-! South. Range 32 West. Said sale is made for the purpose of paying the debts of said estates and purchasers at such 38/1 e will be required to give note with approved security for the purchase price. Dated this tlu 20th clay o June, 1918.—Tom Owens, Ad ministrator of said Estates. -W.S.S.-— drove’s Tasteless chill Tonic destroys the malarial germs which are transmitted to the blood by the Malaria Mosquito. Price 60c. #• « * * S BARGAIN COLUMN J i * » % AK * * * % $ * * $ * * $ * & I i BARGAINS—All of my city property I for sale, easy terms.—H. G. Sander : son. tf -w.s s. FOR SALE—Male Du:oc. 18 months old, weight 250 or 300, subject to register. Price $50 cash.—W. E. Kins worthy, Wilton, Ark. 4t -W.S.S. FOR SALE—Saddle Horse, 5 years old weight about 850.—I. H. Phillips, tf ' -W.S.S. SWEET POTATO SLIPS OR VINES, $2.50 pgr Thousand.—J. T. Grounds, Ashdown, Arkansas. -W.S.S.- j NOTICE—To electric light consume ■■■:. We would greatly appreciate it if you would keep the statements we sand out each month; and bring them with you when you come to our office to make your payment, or mail them with your check to us. It is a great aid to our book-keeping, also is your receipt.—Commonwealth Public Sec- j j vice Company. 3t --W.S.S. FOR SALE—Six room i :odarn resi dence, corner lots 75xi5t), one Flock I High School. Possession August 1st $1,250 will buy it, if sold at once. See G. D. Gr.thright. -W.S.S. STRAYED—Large Bay mare with White strip in face, weight 1200 lbs Notify W. H. Adams, Ashdown. tf You h ave a laugh coming to you--get it WILLIAM FOX i * Presents , Jane and Katherine Lee • “Baby Grand" Stars # ^ The Screen’s best Commedianues as \ - “Troublemakers” : A sparkling comedy-drama, story and ; directed by Kenean Buel. Incompara ble kiddies. To see ’em is to love ’em. : Irrepressible Jar.e, jJEmmoi nal Kather ■; ine in “Troublemakeri" The little stars ; are seen at flooatide of their remarkable *! laugh making success. ROYAL Sat ;• urday afternoon and night. * Admission 6 and 17c. r* • SAYS LEMON JUICE , WILL REMOVE FRECKLES Girls! Make this cheap beauty lotion to clear and whiten your skin. | Squeeze the juice of two lemons into j a bottle containing three ounces of j orchard white, shake well, and you have a quarter pint of the best freckle and j tan lotion, and complexion "beautifier, at j very, very small cost. Your grocer has the lemons and any ; drug store or toilet counter will supply three ounces of orchard white for a few cents. Massage this sweetly fragrant lotion into the face, neck, arms and hands each day and see how freckles and blemishes disappear and how clear, soft and white the skin becomes. Yes! It is harmless. ' -—W.S.S. .; ~i Quinine That Does Net Affect the Hear r.- cause of its tonic and laxative effect, LAXA X: VE BROMO OUININE i3 better than ordinatv Ocinine and does not cause nervousness no t ringing in head. Remember the full name an ' look for the signature of E. W, GROVE* ftV -W.S.S. — 4 4 * 4 4 *5* 4* > 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4, 4 FARM LOANS WANTED 4 4 OS TO TEN YEARS 4 > I 4 Interest 8 Fer Cent 4 4 LAND BOUGHT AND SOLD 4 4 H. It. Y E A G E It 4 j 4 Ashdown, Ark. 4 ! 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 j -i-W.S.S.-' 44 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 j • ORTON TRANSFER CO. * 4 4 4 Office Phone 4; Residence 171 4 4 4 4 fall Us- For Prompt Service 4 4444444444444444 4 4 -w.s.s. Presbyterian Auxiliary Meets The Presbyterian Auxiliary met up the church Wednesday July 3rd. Mrs 1 J. C. Curran had arranged a program of vnusuol interest dealing with For- ; eigu Mission Problems. Mrs. Curran j read a, paper on “Signs of the Times.” Airs. Russell read an article, ‘ Alissions tc the Jews.” Mrs. J. E. Locke told of the “Death of Dr. Forsythe.” Mrs. H. H. Orton, p'aper on ‘ Frieadfy Feeling of the Chinese.” Mrs. H. C. Locke had an article from “Gypsy Smith.” Mrs. Wood, ‘ Chinese attitude toward For e'gners.” Mr3. Head, ‘ Fighting Plague in’ Nonking.” After the close of the program the meeting was.turnea over to the President, Mrs. C;pies. The members that were present voted to change the hour of meeting to 9 o'clock Tuesday mornings instead of 3 o’clock Wednesday afternoons to continue ! through the months of July and Aug ust. Mrs. Clyde Head was made treas urer of cruses to succeed Mrs. West brook. .The next meeting will be held at the church Tuesday morning at 9 o’clock. Mrs. Russell Secretary of the Local Home Mission and Mrs. Mattie | Sanderson, Secretary of Assembly's ; Home -Mission, ere to act as leaders. ' i -W.S.S. <••?*•> •>❖ + ■& ►>♦♦♦❖♦ 4* *)• ❖ * : 0“ C. E. BAY i ♦ -:- DENTIST'-:- ♦ j * ; ♦ Office in Sanderson Bldg. * ♦ Ashdown, Arkansas • I****************** McCormick Mowers ard Fakes, McCcm ick Toggle dint Hiy Presses. Herrick Refrigerators, Ice Cream Freezers, Stone Water Filters. Rubber Hose, U. S. Auto Tires [and’|Inner Tubes. Fruit Jars, Rubbers and Caps, Pennant Oil Cooking Stoves, Electric Light Globes. Henry & Joyner Hdw. Co. i •_ V»' '»/ V?£ v»' V*/ vf/ ^1/ Vt/ \»r V»Z VI/ VI/ J/ M/ Viz A" A" A* As As As As As TP As As As As At it" MS MS AMERICAN BUILDING & LOMI * ASSOCIATION * OF LITTLE ROCK, ARK. MS Money to loan on Ashdown pro- MS perty. Easy payments, low MS rate OT interest and quick ser- MS vice. Let me get a loan for you MS if you need money for any pur- MS pose. -i- MS R BP PRICE * Local Agent. MS MS MS MS MS MS MS MS MS MS MS MS MS MS MS MS MS MS -w.s.s. ►I’ •> *> * ❖ ■> <• ♦ ♦ *8* * * ♦ W. A. J. MILLS * OPTOMETRIST * Will be in Ashdown, Ark., on 1st ♦ and 3rd Wednesdays of each ♦ month. Up stairs in Sanderson * Building ♦ TV. A. J. MILLS * OPTOMETRIST * Hope. Arkansas * *++++*+**+*++*+++ : NEW pHOE SHOP * ♦ I now have my shoe shop la ♦ ♦ operation, and can repair • ♦ ail shoes and harness right. * ♦ Have installed all modern ♦ ♦ machinery. . . ♦ ♦ MOSE ATTAWAY ♦ ♦ + ***>++ + ++ *+ ** + +* -w.s.s.-— * OR. P. H. PHILLIPS ♦ * PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON ♦ •§■ Office in Lott Building ♦ <■ Phones: Office 169-2 rings ♦ 4* Residenoe 169-3 rings ♦ * ASHDOWN, ARKANSAS ♦ * 4* •> 4* ►> 4* 4* 4* 4* 4* 4» 4* 4* 4* 4* ♦ ♦ ♦ -W.S.S. ASHDOWN LQOC.E NO. .181 F. & A. M. . Meets 2nd and } 4th .. Wednes day night’s In Each Month. ( R. E. Huddles esthrooli, W. M. 4 iiiw :w—n—awww—a—a—auwcwt»PK>i«>-» v. Blood Stirring Facts-Not Fiction Ambassador Gerard’s authorized version of “My 4 Years in Germany” Which packed the Knickerbocker Thea tre, New York, for months. Will be shown at The Royal Theatre Saturday July 20 Watch for sale of reserve Seats. r^r<ryirwvvwvvvvvvvvvwv^rv^ry^r<r<ryw>rvvvvvvvv> Electric Fans All Sizes now in stock. Keep cool and conserve energy and temeper these hot days. Electric Irons We now have a good stock of electric irons on hand. Conserve fuel and iron in comfort the economical way. COMMONWEALTH PUBLIC SERVICE CO. SUCCESSORS TQ^SHDOWN LIGHT & ICE CO. nflice Phene 155