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of 50 Head of Registered Duroe^ersey Hogs 3 Head Horses and Mules and 3 ted Cattle at Mrs. Cheever’s Farm at Richmond on Tuesday, December 10, Commencing at 10 a. m. This sale will* be of Sows, Gilts and Barrows. These hogs are from the best strains of the country, the stock of them haring been shipped from Missouri less than two years ago. Be at this sale promptly at 10 o’clock and buy a start of regis tered hogs. Dr. R. L. Snyder Auctioneer J, W. LILLY, Manager Lands for Sale Money to Loan on Improved Farm* J_J_R From S to 35 years at 5 1-2 per cent, from 1 to’4 yrs. 8 per cent? 1000 acres good upland for sale at $10 to $20 per acre, 1-8 or more cash, balance In 7 equal annual payments at 6 per cent per an num. Also good improved upland farms from $30 to $50 per acre on same terms. Also some good blackland farms from $40 to $80 per acre on same terms. Will take Liberty Bonds in part or all payment and pay 105 cents on the dollar for them. See me if you want to buy a home. H. C. Hodges US? Ashdown, Ark. We have a good line of • v Corduroy and Moleskin Suits at the right price Also Corduroy and Blue Serge Suits for Boys Young Men’s Pants, any size Men’s and Women’s Holeproof Hosiery Cheney Bros. Ties and Scarfs Mackinaws for Men and Boys M. C. JOHNSON Gent’s Furnishings SAFE, GENTLE REMEDY BRINGS SURE RELIEF For 200 years GOLD MEDAL Haarlem Oil has enabled Buttering humanity to withstand attacks of kidney, liver, bladder and stomach troubles and all diseases connected with the urinary organs and to build up and restore to health organs weakened by disease. These most Important organs must be watched, because t’ v '■ r and purify the blood; unless uoy do tnelr work you are doomed. Wearlnees, sleeph-sneK;-., nervousness, despondency, back ■ i c. stomach tr'--> ble, pains In the b.i. and lower ab domen, gravel, difficulty when urinat ■* **»g, rheumatism, sciatica and lumbago -•tb \ warn you of trouble witli your kid ‘ k GOLD MEDAL Haarlem Oil Cap states are the remedy you need. Take three or four every day. The healing oil adsks into the cells and lining of the kidneys and drives out the poisons. Nev. life and health will surely follow. When your normal vigor has been re stored continue treatment for a while to keep yourself in condition and pre v. •••-. o . urn of the disease. ! •on’', v. it until you are Incapable of fh.kiing. 1'tnrt taking GOLD M hi DAL, Haarlem Oil Capsules today. Your drug gist will cheerfully refund your money ' v.'U arc not satisfied with results. Hut be sure to get the original Import ed GOLD MKDAL and accept no sub stitutes. In three sizos. Sealed pack ages. At all drug stores. Commissioner’s Sale. o Notice is hereby given that in pur ;o:/nce of the authority and directions )i yntained in the decretal order of the bhapeery Court of Little tRIver County, made and entered on the 19th day of November, A. D. 1918, in a certain sause (No. 176) then pending therein >etween Southern Realty & Trust Co., iomplalnants, and. Mark F. Rhodes, /ucllle I. Rhodes and the United Film ad Service Co., defendants, the un lerslgned, as Commissioner of said Elourt, will offer for saje at public endue to the highest bidder, at the iront d6or or entrance of the County Courthouse in which said Court is held in the County of Little River, within the hours prescribed by law for judi cial sales, on Tuesday the 24th day of December, A. D. 1918, the following described real estate, to-wit: i of the SE of Sec. 4, all of Sec. 9, an<J the Ni of Sec 16, all In Twp. 13 South Range 28 West In LJttle River County, Arkansajs. Torms of sale: On a cre dit of three months, the purchaser be ing required to execute a bond as re quired by law and the order and de cree of said Court in said cause, with approved security, bearing Interest at the rate of 10 per cent per annum from date of sa/le until paid, and a lien be ing retained on the premises .sold to secure the payment of the purchase money. Given under my handl thts ! 2nd day of December, A. D. 1918.— | Chas. H. Park, Commissioner In Chan cery. -W.S.S. Colds Cause Grip and Influenza LAXATIVE RROMO QUININE Tablets remove the < cJVjo T - fa only ono "Bronx) Quinine." & W, utfOVfi 3 "jnature oil' ox- 3Uc. ROSTER OF NEXT LEGISLATURE With the Compliments of A. IV. Parke and Clio Harper of the Parke-Harper News Service. The House. Arkansas—\V. G. Gunnell, ft. F. D. I, Almyra. Ashley—J. W. Wilcoxon, R. F. D. 2, Hamburg. Baxter—Owen Kendrick, Cotter. Benton—Lee Seamster, Bentonville. J. M. Beard, Roger^. Boone—Rue Porter, Harrison. Bradley—Ben R. Spain, Vick. Calhoun—E. E. Malden, Thornton. Carroll—Ira M. Gurley, Green For est. Chicot—Harvey Parnell, Bermofet. Clark—Homer Childers, Okolona>. A. P. Few, G^aysonia. Clay—John T. Campbell, Plggott. Cleburne—Howard • Reecr, Hebe; Springs. Cleveland—A. G. Blankenship, Rison. Columbia—Joe ioiner and Henry Steven^, Mpgnoia. Conway—V. C. Jordan and J. M. At kinson, Morrilton. Craighead—Dr. G. C. Fisher, Mon ette. Crawford—J. W. Fry, Cedarville, Ed Chastain, Alma. Crittenden—Ed Talbott, Gilmore. Cross—R. C. Dalton, Parkin. Dallas—C. C. Jackson, Pine Grove. Desha—Henry Thane, Arkansas City. Drew—E. Y. Rodgers, Florence. Franklin—G. A. Henry, Alius, G. C. Carter, Ozark. Fulton—P. C. Goodwin, Salem. Faulkner—I. M. Campbell, Conway. Garland—J. A. Riggs, Hot Springs. G. D. Dillard Hot Springs. Grant—El H. Duvall, Sheridan. Greene—J. T. Craig, Paragould. Hempstead—W. J. Hartsfleld, Wash ington, W- F. Reagon, Fulton. Hot Spring—F. L. Smith, DeRoche. Howard—J. M. Jackson, Umpire. Independence—W. M. Thompson, Batesville, Poindexter Hill, O’Neal. Izard—W. W. Copeland, Melbourne. Jefferson—D. B. Niven, Pine Bluff, Frank Thompson, and Tom A. Hill, Pine Bluff. Johnson—E. T. McConnell, Clarks ville. Lafayette—G. T. Wha/tley, Lewis ville. Lawrence—J. D. Doyle, Walnut Ridge. Lee—Doddrudge McCulloch, Mari anna, W. A. Elliott, Peters. Lincoln—W. D. Chambliss, Star City. Little River—T. T. C. Anderson, Richmond. Logajn—W. M. Wade, Baroer, D. N. Guinn, Booneville. Lonoke—Albert Sexton, and C. V. Holloway, Lonoke. Madison—J. S. Jameson, Japton. Marion—Lee Carson, Yellville. Miller—J. R. Goldman, Pouke. Mississippi—C. E. Sullinger, Osce ola. Monroe—G. B Knott, Brinkley. Montgomery—J. B. Kelley, Ogden. Nevada—C. B. Andrews, Prescott. Newton—W. W. Moore, Jasper. Oucliita—R„ K Mason, Ca/mden. Perry—R. S. Williams, Casa. Phillips—Joe Myers and J. M. Hud son, Helena. Pike—F. P. Carter, Murfreesboro. < Poinsett—H. L. Finn, Lepanto. Polk—W. B. Thtpias, Mena. Pope—C. L. Shinn, London. Pope—C. L. Shinn, London, J. L. Turner Russellville. Prairie—Emmett Vaughan, Des Arc. Pulapki—H. A. Knowlton, C. P. New ton and E. 0. Bagley, Little Rock; J. R. Alexander, Scott. Randolph—J. J. Lewis, Pocahontas. Saline—Chas. E. Ewell, Rubicon. Scott—J. H. Oliver, Bradley. Sebastian—Carl W. Held, Allan Ken nedy, Fort Smith; R. A. Crump, Hunt ington. Sevier—H. C. Limbocker, DeQueen. Sharp—B. N. Yates, Hardy. St. Francis—F. F. Harrelson, For rest City. Stone—W. J. Grower, New Nata. Union—Lamar Jones, Wesson. Van Buren—John Privett, Damascus. Washington—B. R. Davidson, Fay-; etteville; W. E. Williams, Greenland; J. L. Harris, Fray. White—J. L. Talkington, Beebe; J.! A. Choate, EIPbjso. Woodruff—J. T. Angelo, McCrory. Yell—A. N. Bollinger, Dardanelle; Sam B. Mitchell, Walnut Ridge. I be Senate. 1st Dist.—Richard Whittaker, Kno bel. 2d—Harry L. Pender, Walnut Ridge. —Benj. E. McFerrin, Boxley. 4th—Lee Gazort, Lamar. 5th—B. H. Greathouse, Wheeler. 6th—S. M. Bone, Ba(lesvll»o. 7th—Ed Roddy, Augusta. 8tli—Thomas H. Rogers, Paris. 9th—J. S. Utley, Benton. 10th—Grover T. Owen, and: George Vaughan, Little IRock. 11th—Creed Caldwell, Pine Bluff. 12th—Chas. A. Walls, Lonoke. 13th—John W .Moncrief, De Witt. 14th- W. L. Ward, Marianna, loth- J. R. Woods, Hamburg. 16th—George F. Brown, Rtson. 17th—R. L. Collins, Wilmot. 18th—R. Hill, Caruth, Warren. 19th—W. A. Wilson, Thornton. 20th—J. D. Montgomery, Hope. 21st—R. C. Stewapt, Stamps. 22d—W. H. Latimer, Mineral Springs 23rd—Elbert E. Goodwin, Melbourne 24th—S. M. Johnson, Berryville. 26th—Lee G. King, Petgr Pender. 26th—M. B. Lefler, Clinton. 27th—George F. Hartje, Conway. 28th—Ezra Hester, Greewood*. 29th—E. E. Alexander, Blyiheville. 30th—R- R1. Townsend, Glenwood. 31st—Houston Emory, Hot Springs. 32d—John F. Rhodes, Marion. 33rd—Ben H. Johnston, Waldron. 34th—Jesse F. McFarlin, Rogers. -w.s.s. Confirmation Notice Notice is hereby given that the plaintiffs, Ambrose Williams and Roy Williams hajve this day filed in the Chancery Court of Little River coun*| ty, Arkansas, their petition praying' the court to quiet and confirm their title in and to the following described lands, situated in said county, to-wit: All of Sec. 8; the Wi of the NW1 of Sec. 9; the NJ nt the NEJ iff Sec. 17; the Ei and the EJ of the NWJ of Sec. 5, all in Twp. 12 S., Range 32 W. Therefore, all persons who claim any interest in said lands are i ereby warn* ed to appear in the Chancery Court of said county and show cause why the title to said lands should not be quiet ed and confirmed in said plaintiffs. And IRobt. It. Horsman, Fred G. Park, Caghill Cooper, Charley Young and Majry Reeves are hereby specially warned to appear in said court and show cause why the title to said lands should not be quieted and confirmed in the plaintiffs. Given under my hand and the seal of this court, on this the 2nd day of December, 1918.—Chas. H. Park, Circuit apd Chancery Clerk. 6 -W.S.S. Ashdown Business Man Sings Praises “I suffered for years with stomach! trouble and gas continually. Doctors thought I had stomach ulcers or can cer. After last attack they advised going to Rochester, Mian., for ajn op eration. A friend advised trying Mayr’s Wonderful Remedy, which I did1, and I cannot sing its praises too highly, as I can iow eat anything and everything.” It is a simple, harmless preparation that removes the catarrhal mucus from the intestinal tract and allays he inflammation which causes practically all stomach, liver and In testinal ailments, including appendi citis. One dose will convince or mon ey refunded.—Boyer Drug Store. OAK HILL NEWS Oak Hill, Dec 1.—(Suecia:.)—Kev. .T A. Knight filled his regular ap pointment here Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Gomer an^ Mr. and Mrs. Oldfather returned to their homes in Donaphin, Mo., after a two weeks visit with their mother Mrs. Bolin. Miss Lois Wood of Oak Mill will begin her school at Trickum this week. H. G. Chauncey and wife visited at J. M. Weatherspoon’s Sunday. Ruth Patterson and J. IS. McCall were in Ashdown Saturday. Little Miss Mattie McCall visited relatives at Wilton Saturday. Jim Lester has almost completed his new bungalow during the past week. J. E. Patterson and family visited at Jim Lester’s Sunday. M T. Rose and family visited at H. G. Harris’ Sunday. John Patterson is sadly missed by the girls here, during his visit at! Hatton. Never mind girls, perhaps iie : will be home by Xmas. Miss Mayme Patterson visited with Miss Maud McKerley Saturday night. J. R. Hinton and family and V. T. W. McCall and family visited at Mrs. Bolin’s Thursday Relatives of Frank Patterson and Kennith Ernest were in Ashdown Sat ! urdajy preparing a box to send them for Xmas. Letters received from Frank Patter son during the past week, state that he has been right in the fight. He says he has wonderful things to tell when he comes home, as he was in the 39th division, it is hoped by his friends that he Will be among the first to come home. Mrs. H. M. Bates received news that her son Willie had been slightly wounded. W. N. Burt received news tha,t his son. Millerd, had been slightly wound ed. -W.S.S. EX-KAISER REAL CULPRIT London Times Insists No Argument for Jiot Punishing Him. London, Nov. 30.—Discussing plans for bringing to justice former Emper or William of Germany, the Times as serts that “if we had to single outgone culprit for punishment, he would be the person.” The paper adds that the argument that he cannot be punished because there are others who also are guilty cannot be admlted. “By tha^t argument,” the Times continues, “a felon caught in the aft would escape punishment because there are other felons who have not yet been brought to judgment and neither law not common sense would listen to such a plea. “Besides, it is not proposed to punish the learner alon e 'i hero are others too, who will be placed on trial but he is the chief bee use most high ly criminal. “The one argument against doing what we can to bring this arch crimi nal to justice, is that at present he is a jnean and contemptible figure, bid ing his head from the ruin he brought on his country and that if we pros ecute him, we may somewhat impart dignity to him. “On the other hand how can res pect for international law in the future be based on the immunity of the principal offender against its pro visions in the past?’’ Abdication a Surprise. The formal abdication of the Ger man emperor caused surprise !n Eng land. It had been supposed on the strength of the announcement made by Prince Maximilian o* Baden, while chancellor, and tne reports or the Berlin Council of Soldiers’ and Workmen's delegates that William Hohenzollern had abdicated before he left Germany for Holland. The abdication of the former Ger man crown prince was accepted here as a fact on the same basis but it is now believed that Frederick William has not relinquished his claim to the throne. The ex-emperor’s pronuncla mento speaks for himself only. The Paris Petit Journal says it Is convinced that the associated powers will now demand the formal abdica tion of Frederick William, the former German crown prince. Bava,riai will open negotiations for a separate peace with the entente al lies, according to an Exchange Tele 'graph dispatch from Zurich which adds that the rupture between the governments of Berlin and Munich is now complete. The government of Germany is sup ported by Feld Marshal von Hinden burg, who placed the army at its dis posal, and refuses to resign or to dis miss Dr. Solf, foreign secretary, in the coalition cabinet, or Dr. Mathias Erz berger. -w.s.s. M’ADOO FOR PRESIDENT Asliville Democrats Will Organize Club oil December 3. Asheville, N. C., Nov. 30.—Pre liminary steps were taken at a con ference of Democrats here for the or ganization of a McAdoo-for Presi dent Club. A meeting has been called for December 3 to formally organize the club, believed to be the first to be launched. A Big 20-Inch Dolly for Every Little Girl to Love— 1 Without Cost £VERY little girl will want one of these pretty co’ls! 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