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a . a-:- -:-- - j Published Wednesday and Saturday! tHU I £!) & tn it A V E » , Editors and Publishers. Entered at the pustodice ai h . , imr. ^rkansHS aw second-class oi» Subscription P/ice Per Year, $1.50 Cash in Advance ^AiWWVWVSA^A^WWV ' XXXX*XXXXXXXxxxxxx * LOCAL NEWS. * XXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXX Fate Picks't was up free: Ogden \Vednc3di. . R. L. f’5 v/so;j o Arklnda was in the I city Friday. j S. .1. fvle «as in Foreman We a-1 nes ay evening. Bill- McClellan was up from licet Bluff Wednesday. Carlton Brewer is recovering irom an attack of the flu. Dr. W. E. Vaughan was over from Richmond Wednesday. A. Goldsmith is up again arter a:i attack of the influenza. J. S. Buster of Red Bluff trading In Ashdown Wednesday. A. Goldsmith will buy all Issues of Liberty Bonds for cash. t; Baptist chicken dinner V ecnssday, December 4, at Haynes Cafe. Miss Lydia Ca.ulder spent Thanks giving in Ogden with friends. If you want to dispose of Liberty Bonds carry them to A. Goldsmith's. Calvin Sutton of DeQueen spent Thanksgiving with his parents in this city. M. L. Davis and sister, Mrs. Grade Davis were here from Arden Wednes day. Eat dinner with the Baptist ladies Wednesday, December 4, at Haynes Cafe. Mr. and Mrs. I. W. Holmes spent Thanksgiving at Ogden witn relatives who are 111. I Bring me your Liberty Bonds if yo;: wish to sell them or make p.;rcm.?es. A. Goldsmith. Mrs. W. K. Haller and fa.tner, C. I> Haller of Nashville spent Tuesday and Wednesday in Ashdown. The young people enjoyee a cane; at the rre of Mr. and Mr;. K. P Haizlip Thursday night. Mrs. Otho McCary or Oklahoma passed thronugh Ashdown Wednesday on her way to Ben iLomond. Qlyde and Judy Briant have’ return ed from Hope, where they have been visiting their grandmother. Mrs. B. A. Hartsfield returned yes terday from Washington where sne spent Thanksgiving with her mother. Remember now is your opportunity to buy merchandise at maanilhcruror s cost, before the war prices, at a. Gold smith's as we are closing out. INDIGESTION. If you are affiietiil with this distressing compleiint, it m > do you good to learn that Prickly As Bitters is a prompt and efficient rem edy. It strengthens digeslion, vel a :s heartburn, tone3 up the stomach : :i by its agreeable C-thartic affec., i empties and purifies the bowels. Try It. Price $1.25 per bottle.-—Mode Drug Store, Special Agents. The ladies of the Baptist cnurcn wu , hold their Christmas bazaar and serve a chicken dinner at 50c : ptare at tn. Haynes Cafe Wednesday, tjecam'oc -4. Rejjnember the date. Born to Mr. and Mrs. Lut.ier Kara Sundry a fine boy. Mr. Hamm J3 vl. the army in France while Mrs. liai.i is with her mother, Mrs. Annie lym: bright. If your digestion is bad your to v 1 constipated and you don t e’t. or slae well, you need Prickly Ash BKte ’3, t aystem-cleanser. It purifies arm i vigorates the vital orgraa. lestores petite, energy and cheera'l sp r Price $1.25 per bottle —Model i . Store, Special Agents. The entire rain lt d' r o' " merchandise v. Ill be sold <» l* at wholesale and manufacture Why pay profit elsewhere! lYe ' Liberty Bonds in pnjmen*.— •. (,>.<:• smith. tf. When t’’" kidneys are Billing, u Prickly Ash Bitters. It is a fine kid ney tonic. Relieves backache, bladder troubles, indigestion and constipation. Price $1.26 per bottle.—Model Drug Store, Special Agents. _-w.s.s. ♦ ♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦ + ♦♦ t* *! COLUMN:, + «*«♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦+ ++++ • Wanted—Stave bolt makers, timber near Red Bluff — Lillard Johnston, tf ,<• .. Tv • ; . I . : •' , . ,, . -.-a ' \ ■ - \ Out First Car i JNO. DEERE IMPLEMENTS Just unloaded for Fall and Spring Trade. Anything you may want in this line. j LET US SHOW YOU ASHDOWN HARDWARE CO. BARGAINS—All of my city property for sale, easy terms.—H. G. Sander 011. ^ tf SWEET POTATOES—I will make the town every Tuesday end Saturday with Nancy Hall Cind Key West Sweet Potatoes. On Saturday evening I will be on corner by Fred1 Mill's Jewelry Store.—J. ~t. Grounds. tr. Quarter section of good Red (River* bottom land for sale.—J. B. Pu-niphrey, Ogden, Arkansas. 24t FOR SALE—My residence in Ashdo.vn and 40 acres of land, consisting of 7-room plastered house, large cow barn, milk houfe, fine meadow and stock water the year round. Ideal place for a dairy. November 20, 101S. —Mrs. Andrew J. Lott. ' tf. -! FOR SALE—One Ford Roadster, prac tically new, in first class order. See Pierce Leslie, Ashdown, Ark. 3t TO PROPERTY OWNERS: If you need some money for any purpose we will let you have it on small easy payments. You will not miss the small amount you would have to pay each month. R. M. PRICE FOR SALE—Two Big Boned Poland ' China registered sows, ;* months old. i J W. Quarrels, 3i miles north of Ash down. 3t i —AUTOMOBILES ON CREDIT—To I remove our stock oi Fords and Chev* rolets at once we will sell same on terms of 1 to .» years with a approved security. Now is the time to get your car without paying out the cash. See us at once for terms.—Tompkins Mot or Sales Company. J FOR SALE—1 milk cow, wil| ae rresh January and two one year old heif ers.—M. J. Ataway. ---y-j WASTED—Liberty Bonds, pay. you cash, for same.—J. W. Mitchell, Hope, Ark. FOR SALE—Two large arood mares one Percheron. and the other hail' Hamiltonian, $300.00. Also male colt six months old from Percheron mare $150.00. Colt from Hsmiltonian $100. Geo. C. Miller, Allene, Ark. PLANTING SEED.—Will »c in Ash down Friday and Saturday taking orders for pure Mebane, Rowden anu | Lone Star cotton seed. Cur Rowden ^ seed are grown by Rowden aros. See me about your planting seed, or write us.—W. C. Blackburn, with Red Rive. Cotton Seed Co., Clarksville, Tex. FOR SALE—Pair inule3, wagon, cow and calf for sale.—B. M. Carroll, at Oil Mill, Ashdown. ' It We are fully prepared to do first class auto repairing and overhauling at reasonable prices. Accessories soid at reasonable prices. Call and see us —Paul Kersten and Sons. 8t Biennirl Report of A. DuLaney Prose ruling Attorney X»:u:i Circus., Arkansas: Hon. A. D. DuLciey or A3iu".owu, Arkansas, Prosecuting At orney o' t'. is the 9th Judicial Circuit has this week filed with Attorney General, Arbuckie, report of all fc:ony cases handled ty his office for the period from December 1st, 1916, 10 Novem ber 25th, 1918. The report shows that he has handled and disposed of a total of 263 felony cases of ^whicn convic tions were had in 175 cases; 34 cases were dismissed. 33 acquittals ay jury and 21 cases were dismisses at de fendant's co3t. There have seen 3 parties executed during Mr., DuLaney s tenure in office and 4 sentenced for life term in the penitentiary, o _hc 263 cases disposed of, 46 were ayainst negroes and 217 were ^..uis*. waile persons. 80 per cent o:' a : feiony c-ses handled were disposed u; favor ably to the State. Cf the 207 rnisdeameanor cue;:; dis posed of during the time cove re.- by t'.e report, convictions were procured 'a 562, rnd a total of $10,367.6’. ware assessed in fino3. There naa be a-, tot 1 of $1.800 00 collected :n bond for.eitures during this time. 79 per cent of all misdemeanor ca3ej ?n Cir cuit Court were disposed of favorably to the State. It is also shown by the report tv.ai Proseeudng Attorney DuLaney, and his deputy, Geo. R. Steel have procures 325 convietoins in J. P. Courts, amounting to a total of 3,337.00 of fines assessed in J. P. Court. The report does not cover crises nandied by the County Deputies. -w.s.s. Letter From Sgt. L. P. (Juice. SI. Xa zaire, France, Sept. 11-18., Dear Mamma. i Yours of August. 6th came yesterday ! I am just back from a weeks auto 1 trip across France, two or our com- j pany boys weiu with me and you, should feet a map and you could follow | me through also through rn.ny long lanes along the yank of j Ivors or along side or some canal, up a mountain side an. all the roads are like our Kentucky pikes, so we sat'ed along witnout a j bit of trouble except a noccasionai jpuncture from a hot nail whicn. camt cut of some-. There seem 10 be enough men over here now to do the job, and uvu ‘expect to be cn the front before It is over, though it is no training now nut the actual work. But to tell you more about our trip—we got to see Paris and many of hs beautiful statues, parks, zoo, museum, ETt galleries—we stayer! in Paris a day and night. To-give you some idea of our trip, we went through took train at--and then hack here again. We had a map ill marked cu: tor our trip and it was fine. I saw canal bridges, locks and cana boats, many of the old tlm~ castle and passed very near some of them. One cannot describe the scenery ant' beauty of this country We did not see a tenth part or tf; sights in Paris, but we saw ail w could. , It happened we had e pay cay just before wo le!t, so had plenty :iion2> E.nd were able to see a great many things by riding street cars, «au til: t«xies. You can guess we saw everythin-, we could. In our trip across country a weak away from here all io:c, any . . sure did enjov it, and am now yack , at work We have i system have tha same as they do in the. big factories a. hospe and work eight hours « day. It is growing most too cold to go in swimming in the bay, but I sura did enjoy it while the warm v.eat'aei lasted. I thought surely I would sea some of the boys on my trip, fa: I did not see a single one that I knew. Your letters come in bunches and I guess you get mine the srmie wav. Aug. 14.—I have been trying for the last three cays to get my letter cir but I guess I told too much news I will scratch all the news out and mayte.it will go through. We have j no cold drinks or ice cream in Franco for there is no more sugar than they need for regular use. I will inquire about my bond and sec if I can get it to you for it was paid , !or two months ago. We are close to i the ‘Y’ so we have a nice place to | write. I have enough French to ] carry on a conversation, bu-. t nad an | awful time telling a barber now i! wanted my hrir cut. We are paid in French money and I have to learn how to count it. Tomorrow Is Sunday and we will j get £■ half day’s rest. We have a movie tomgnt and had i a home talent minstrel last night _ CAREFUL BUYERS look beyond the purchasing price or Hardware to years of Durability and Service. You cannot afford to buy anything but the very best; Poor Hardware is denr at any price. EXTRA! EXTRA! Our immense line comprises the ut most in Quality and guarantees 10 give satisfaction. We have some EXTRA GOOD VAL UES lo BUCK S STOVES. Better come in early and make your selection. Jack Frost has promised us quite an extended visit. I •' ■ 1 • ■ ' - Henry & Joyner Hdw. Co. DO YOUR CHRISTMAS SHOPPING EARLY Our store is full of beautiful and useful presents for Fa ther, Mother, Brother, Sister and that dear boy in France. Our Jewelry line is up to the minute. Ask to see our Ribbons and Laces for making Fancy Work. Don’t mi3s the bargains in our line. Gathright’s Variety The One Price Store ^ f A. Automobiles on Credit To remove cur stock of Fords and Chevrolets at once we will sell same on terms of I 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. Smoke ‘CHAMP CLARK’ “THE MOST WONDERFUL CIGAR IN AMERICA" Twelve Popular Sizes, 6c to 3 (or 50c ALSO PUT UP IN CHRISTMAS BOXES * Sold Everywhere Thompson Bros. Cigar Co., Iuc., Little Rock, Arfc. % I which I thought was real gooc. i The little handkerchief i am send ing is a souvenir of my trip to Paris. ! Write me otten, and I will always I write once &■ week. A heart full of love. Your soldier boy. % Linden. -W.S.S. KIND-HEARTED WURMANS Wive Prisoners a Piece of avc- Z and Tnrn Them Loose. New York, Nov. 26.—Fatmisaer. | \d alf naked, 2.<|0h prisoners of v V freed by the Germans have cot, \ stumbling into Baccarat, Nancy ana Luneville in the past few days ana have been cared for by tne Y. M. C. A. workers on the Lorraine Iron:., rrs- - cording to cablegram from parrs. Vue Germans had brought the prisoners to the border, given each a piece oi brerd and turned them loose. -W.S.S. CANADIANS TO SIBERIA Is Revealed That Dominion Will Send Expedition to Russia. I _ Otta wa, Nov. 26.—iThe report that the Canadian-Siberian expeditionary force has been canceled ts Incorrect. It is understood, unofficially, tjpw ever, that certain arrangements in connection with this force as weel as , its composition, are being reconsid ered. ' The foregoing dispatch from Ottar wa brings the first information tnat a force for operations in -Siberia was being organized in Canada. The cen sorship hitherto prevailing had pre . vented the transmission of the news. -W.S.S_ «0 II. S. FLIERS KILLER Lose Their Lives White Fighting With Lafayette Squadron. Paris, Nov. 28.—At a dinner given last night by American avis,tors iu honor of their French comrades in the 8,ir service, it was announced by the undersecretary of aviatiou that of 240 American pilots in the Lafay ette squadron. 60 lost their lives. -W.S.S. Warning Order. In the Little River Chancery Court. Little River County, Arkansas. May Standfield plaintiff vs. Saimuel Stand field defendant. The defendant, Sam uel Standfield is hereby warned to ap pear in this court within thirty dayh and answer the complaint of the plain tiff herein. May Standfield. Witnesa my hand and the seal of said court thia 19th day of November, 1918.—Chas. H. Park, Clerk. D. B. Sain, Atty. for Pltff! Geo. R. Steel, Atty. ad' litem. --W.S.S. Election Proclamation. By virtue of the (authority vested m me by the constitution and laws or the state of Arkansas I hereby pro claim and make known that a special election will be held in the different voting precincts of Little River coun ty, Arkansas, on Saturday, the 14th daiy of December, 1918, for the adoption oi< rejection of the constitution proposed by the Constitutional Convention un der act No. 99 of the general assembly of the State of Arkansas, approved by the Governor of the State of Arkansas on the lGth daiy of February A. D., 1917 and for the further purpose of voting for road tax or (against roild tax for Little River County. Given under my hand this 20th day of November, 1918 —W, D. Waldrop, Sheriff, m ... ' • :