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Published Wednesday and Saturday W ii A V t. ?*> A »t A V ii!*, Iviltprs and Puftlighers Entered at tht; pernio ffice at A lown, ^rkatieas. &H<;ond-clao>* Subscription Price Per Year, $1.50 Fash in Advance * m $ * * * * $ » * » * -h * * * • LOCAL XL TVS. * m *H * ?K * m m r'- m fS * m H: * * * •« * K;1 TV: I ’.i ' • . ay . oj iv. • svairlo Sait urn i • . Geo. Poik rj.; over .'rom Ben Lo mond Monday. Laugh with Hilburn at ire r.utP toriu.-: tonight. Hear Hilburn at the school audi torium tonight. Adam T’.bler war. over fro.a Ben Lo mond Monday. Bill McClelland was up from Ilea Bluff Saturday. Calvin Sutton o: fceQuecn rpent Sun day in Ashdown. Geo. Capps of Millwood, was an Ash down visitor Saturday. If you need, a laugh hear Hilburn ajt the .auditorium .tonight. Miss Myrtle Furlov, wno -..as been quite ill, is reported better. tfMiss Louise Williams spent Sunday in Foreman with her parents. W. H. Harrison of Ren Lomond was trading in Ashdown Saturday. Miss Margaret Budd of Ogeen wae shopping in Ashdo.. n Frigs*. Dr. and Mrs. Judd of Peytonville were shopping in Ashdown Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Hetiin of Oklahoma are visiting Mr and Mrs. R. M. Price. Miss Idell Fur'ow who :s •.eac.m.g near DeQueei. spent the ween end a home. Bob Beck of Ben Lomond was at tending to business in Ashdown Sat urday. Miss Lucy Furiow who is teaching in Hope spent the week end with her parents. Dr. W. E. Vaughan of Richmond was attending to business in y.aluiown Monday. H. G. Sam! ur-n of Mania, Texas, is looking after business interests in thi3 city. G. B. Milford of Ben Lomond wan attending to business in nsndovv:: Monday. Mrs. B. A. Hartsfield left Monday to visit her mother, Mrs. Hoii, a: Washington. In Hilbuirn you will tin a me a traction of no regrets at the school auditorium tonight. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Rhyne end Mr:: A. D. Whitehead of Ben Lomon \.e. shopping in Ashdown Tuesday. When the kidneys are riling, u ^Prickly Ash Bitters. It is a fine kid ney tonic. Relieves backache, bladde troubles indigestion and conation'i-’ Price $1.25 per bottle.—Mode! Store, Special Agents. fRev. and Mrs. A. J. Ev.-rng of For Smith were in Ashdown Tuesday o:. their way home from conference. All Leather Harness and Plow Goods below wholesale cost cost, for this week only, at A. Goldsmith's. ■ Miss Annie Forney Duckett of Hop. home Send y night r.fter visit with Miss Norwood ii. bowel ir sles e-3, 11 ni in ires s spirit d Dr. ivv:i VI s Trot.: ad r • sfi.ict; u . it m y kly Asti nt rem relieves ich and fleet, it Is. Try —Model 444 MN* * timber iston. tf iroperio Our First Car * JNO. DEERE IMPLEMENTS Just unloaded for Fall and Spring Trade. Anything you may want in this line. ! LET US SHOW YOU ASHDOWN HARDWARE CO. ' for sale, easy terms.—H. G. Sander son. tf FOR SALE—12 thoroughbred Poland China pigs, 2 months ol«, $13 eeiOii or $27.50 per pair.—A. L. Fomby, 6 miles east of Ashdown. LOST—Purse, containing between $25 and $30, 1 gold cuff button. $5 re ward. >7et*irn to Ernest Beavers, Ash down. Ark. or Arkansas State B.;nk. It SWEET POTATOES—I will make the town every Tuesday and Saturday with Nancy Hall Eind Key West Sweet Potatoes. On Saturday evening I will be on corner by Fred Mill’s .Tewe.ry Store.—J. T. Grounds. t:. Quarter section of good Red i liver bottom lend for sale.—J. B. Pamphrey, Ogden, Arkansas. 24t -- FOR SALE—Sweet Potato-53, $1.50 per bushel, at my house. See Mr:. R. S. Thomas.—Lewis Wheelis. 4t FOR SALE My residence in Ashdo \ n and 40 acres of land, consisting o-’ 7-room plastered house, large cow barn, milk house, fine meadow and stock water the year round. Ideal place for a dairy. November 20, 1918. —Mrs. Andrew J. Lott. tf. FOR SALE—One Ford Roadster prac tically new, in first cln :s order. See Fierce Leslie, Ashdown Ark. 3: TO PROPERTY OWNERS: II you need some money for any purpose we will let you have it on small easy payments. You will not miss the sir 11 amount you would have to pay $ach month. R. AI. PRICE FOR SALE—Two Big Boned Poland China registered sows, 5 months old. T W. Quarrels, 3J miles north of Ash down. 3t —AUTOMOBILES ON CREDIT- To remove our stock of Fords and Cii“v rolets at once we will sell same on terms of 1 to .» years with a approved security. Now is the time to get your cur without paying out the cash. See us at once for terms.—Tompkins Mot or Sales Company. FOR SALE—1 milk cow, wili oe rresh January and two one year old heif ers.—M. J. Ataway. WANTED—Liberty Bonds, pay you cash, for same.—J. W. Mitchell, Hope, Ark. FOR SALE—Two large Drood mares one Percheron, and the other half j Hamiltonian, $300.00. Also male colt six months old from Perchernn mare S150.00. Colt from Hamiltonian $100. Geo. C. Miller, Allene, Ark. WANTED—Sawmill hands, $0 per day. —W. H. Adams Lbr. Co., Arkinda, Ark. tf. We are fully prepared to do first class auto repairing and overhauling at reasonable prices. Accessories sold at reasonable prices. Call and see us, —Paul Kerstcn and Sons. 8t LITEl M ENTERTAI jNMFJT Hilburn, the first nunmar of the Lyceum course will be at the auditor ium Tuesday night. LOST—I lost one new auto casin*g Sunday un Richmond and Foreman road, 35x4i. Will pry $5 reward for same iat Foreman.I. S. Cates, Foreman, Ark. V /W^WWWVS/WWWAAAAAAAA^VWS/>A/WWWWW\Ai 1 DO YOUR CHRISTMAS SHOPPING j EARLY c Cur store is full of beautiful and useful presents for Fa- <[ > tiier. blather, Brother, Sister and that dear boy in France. ]' I Our jewelry line is up to the minute. Ask to see our <[ Gibbons and Laces for mairnj Fancy Work. Don’t miss the birj-bus iu our line. <[ IGatlirighi’s Variety ji i he One Price S ore j; B. C. Phillips of Arden war in tile city Monday. A. B. Barkman was here r;-u;n, V/ii ton Monday. C. V. Twyman of Texarkaiu-. was in' the city Monday. Frank Rhyne of Ben Lumen:; was '.a the city Monday. R. M. Price spent a few days tag: weak in a sanitarium at 'rem;rka;.a. 9 Miss Bessie Rowland or Dore.na visi'ed relatives in the city iko tir3t of the week. Rev. J. O. Bearden of Okieno-.na is in this city visiting his sons, Will an: Jack Bearden. Mi3s Mildred Dickinson is home this week recovering from a slight opera tion for tonsilitis. C. L. Briant was in the hospital ai Texarkana last week where ne had 4 . his tonsils removed. Mr. and Mrs. G. U. Co:; received news Tuesday that their son. Gilmer, is slowly recovering from :: s-.--.ere . tack o; influenza at Decatur, Ala. -W.S.S. IsMmn Man Spent Fortune in Seared “I spent $1,S00 in 7 years treating : 'vi h physicians, some specialists cost ing me $10 a visit, only to a-. Iasi say that I had cancer or ulcer;- of the stomach. I suffered awful Peins in my stomach, but after taking a few doses of Mayr s Wonderiul Remedy these all c'isEippeared and tor s years am feeling fine.” It is : simple, harm less preparation that removes the ca tarrhal mucus from the m:estinai tract and allays the inflammation which causes practically all stomach, liver and intestinal ailments, includ ing appendicitis. One dose win con vince or money refunded. I i CAREFUL BUYERS look beyond the purchasing price o: Hardware to years of Durability and Service. You cannot afford to buy anything but the very best; Poor Hardware la , denr tit any price. EXTRA! EXTRA! Our immense line comprises the ut most in Quality and guaranteed to give satisfaction. We have some EXTRA GOOD VAL UES in BUCK'S STOVES. Better come in early and make your selection. Jack Frost has promised us quite an extended visit. Henry & Joyner Hdw. Co. In every socket — in every room froiri cellar to garret-use only EDISON • MAZDA LAMPS ' COMMONWEALTH PUB L10 SEB^iSE COMPANY Automobiles on Credit To remove our slock of Fcrds and Chevrolets at once we will sell same on terms of 1 to 5 years with approved se curity. Now is the time to get your car without paying out the cash. See us for terms. TOMPKINS MOTOR SALES CO. A TAKEN UP—One black boms mule, mouse colored, about 16 hands high, weight about 1,000 lbs., about 7 yrs old. knot on left side behind snouiuer, no brands.—Joe Griffith, 2i milet NW of Richmond on Ashdown-Forc.-a.n road. --—W.'S.S. HONOR ROLL Honor Roll for First Monfli A slid own Public School. Second grsdo—Gdo Kolb, Marshal Preddj, Dan Scholes, Odell Gill, Mary Schenault, Lela Jester. Tl.lrd grade—Grover Harris, dick Perry, Arigelinc Embry, Mabel Honry Mariel Lott, Jessie Penuel, Lena Rus sel'. Anna Delle Brewer, Dorothy San derson Fourth grade—Gordon Preddy, Mar tha Jones, Rachel Herring, Brice Kolb, Me vrlan Graves, Philip Marlin, Mar garet Leslie, Letha Embry. No honor roll for fifth grade. Sixth grade—Elizabeth Bnant, Dol Westbrook, Mary York, Irvin Joyner, Eolia Phillips, Frances Perry. Seventh grade—Juliet Orton, Tressie Snyder, Juette Winkler, Monroe Park er, Mattie Donham. Eighth grade—Bertie Mae Phillips, Christine' Thompson, George Welch, Arthur R. Hill, Reva Bishop, Adai Wim berly, Cecil Lott. Ninth grade—Jimmie Cummins, Few C. Holmes, Curtis Wimberly, Izora, Buster, Both Cowling, Neta Jim Chewning, Essie Cooper, Etlle Draper, Charjyne Dupree, Mary Hutchinson, Edith Rhyne, Mary Toland, Mae Tab let1, Irma Wilson, Edna Walker. Tenth grade—Milton Beck, Georgia Bell Burnett, Carol Davis, Ethel Don ham, Roy Fenton, Johanna Oyr, Mil dred Haizlip, Evelena Martin. Eleventh grade—Willie Bisncp, Dor othy Corbett, Lola Donaarr:, Dora Holmes. Hiram Jester, Joe Freddy. Twelith grade—Dixie Cummins, loia Turner, Cose Sanderson, Fean Dow fa, Sewell Winkler. The entire senior ci?i3s on Honor roll this month. Tot.:: 1 enrollment fli'at month this year, 403. Total enrollment first month last year. 359. D. P. Holmes, supt. -w.s.s. X of Ice for Publication. Department o! the Interior, U. S. Land Office at Camden, Arkansas, No vember 23. 191S. Notice is hereby giv en that Edward V. Barringer, of Wil ton, Arkansas, who, on December #, 1915, made a homeslerjl entry. No. 06885, for the Si SW}, Section 28, Township 12 S., Range 30 W., 6tii Principal Meridian, has filed notice oi intention to make Final three year Proof, to establish claim to the land above described, before the Circuit 1 Cleric of Little River County, a-. Ash down, Arkansas, on the 31st day of December, 1913. Claimant names as witnesses: Joe Altenbaumer, of Wil ton, Arkansas. Odft Bolin, or Wilton, Arkansas. James C. Horton, of Wil ton, Arkansas. Monroe Weatnerspoon of Wilton, Arkansas.—B. M. Tribble, Register. -vi.s.s. Colds Cause Qrlp and Influenza LAXATIVE BROMO QUININE Tablets remove the cause. Thera is only aaa "Bromo Quinine." E. W. GROVE'S sitoalura on bos. 30c.