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* LOCAL NEWS. * ****************** Geo. Mooh is here from Houston, Texas. J. E. Allene was here from Allenc Tuesday. A. L. Fomby was up from Millwood Tuesday. Gus Patterson is ill with Influenza this week. Mrs. Roy Budd was shopping in the city Monday. Miss Blanche Norman Is on the stek list this week. Allen Winham was up from Texar kana Saturday. E. M. Dillard spent Sunday after noon in Wilton. Goo. Chewning was up from Pey tonville Saturday. Jim Hemphill of Richmond v. as in the city Saturday. Dr. W. E. Vaughan was over from Richmond Monday. Ben Hunter made a business trip to • Allene Sa;turd y. J. F. Schirmer of White Cliffs was in the city Tuesday. Mrs. Isom Phillips spent Sunday in Wilton with, relatives. R. Youngblood of Allene was trading in Ashdown Saturday. A. Goldsmith will buy all issues oi Liberty Bonds for cash. tf Miss Thelma Crowson spent the week end at Nashville. B. V. Hunter the undertaker, was called to Ogden Friday night. Miss Ethel Smithson of Ogtien was shopping in Ashdown Saturday. Miss Mary McDowell of OgScn was shopping in Ashdown Saturday. Mrs. Hill Furlow of Ogden was shopping in Ashdown Saturday. Mr. £,nd Mrs. R. D. Newman of Long were shopping in Ashdown TuesK?y. Mrs. Juli i Pettigrew of Ben Lomond was in Ashdown Saturday morning. Ii you want to dispose of Liberty Bonds carry them to A. Goldsmith's. 10 cents will keep a child one day in France. Won’t you give your dime? Mr. and Mrs. Hill Spicer of Ben Lo monl were shopping In the city Mon day. Mr. and Mrs. vlaloy Wcjddeli of Og den were shopping in Ashdown Sat- . urday. I Pat Forgus aud son, Jim, of Ben Lomond were trading in Ashdown! Monday. Mrs. Clarence Downes of Memphis is ! visiting her p rents, Mr. am- Mrs. J. S. Watkins. The Baptist ladies have postpone', their cPnr.e- until next Wednesday, December 11. 1 Bring me your Liberty Bonus ii >v,;: wish to sell them or uinke partrmses.-.! A. Goldsmith. i Mrs. C. B. Britt left Monday ror he.- ; home in Lockesburg after a row Gays visit with Mrs. W. F. Nicol. Anyone considering cdcpt.ug a;’, ov- ' phan Will call Mrs. J. E. Bocke, Mrs. J. T Cowling or Mrs. G. A. Orton Mi3s Trm’i Wilson and guest, Miss Dellinver, of Valliant. and Ha! Button i motored to Ben Bornond Saturuay. | O. Kolb and Miss Rena Maizlip from the Arkansas State Bank are ill, tau.:. shortening the force in tv ; d n:c by half. Every child ttrt will pay bis dime is entitled io r, certificate tr, a Heaii <juarter3 showing his en'H'c r.i-::; to same. Rev. F. P. Dock of Be queen spaa Tuesday in Ash down on his way to conference which convenes at Hot ■Springs. Misses Edith and Alice Rt.yae rmi Irma, Wilson returned from Ben Ro mond where they spent Saturday and Sunday. RS. 11. B .Vnott, paste- of rao Ashdown Metro-tint chare:;, e: • - dr.y morning for Hot Springs to attend conference. Business meeting of the Girls Knit ting Class Tuesday night, December 2. ,AU interested and can, please come, at Mrs. J. E. Locke’s residence. Be mem her now Is your opportunity to buy merchandise ut manufacturer's ■cost, before the war prices, at A. Golfi smjth s as we are closing out. Calvin Sutton of Dequeen came down Saturday to spend Sunday with his paronts. He became Ut with In fluenza and is not able to return home. 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. Miss Mary Freeman, who has been attending school a,t Central Coiieg arrived home Saturday, the school having been closed on account of the influenza. Mr. and A'frs. S. J. Meyer left Satur day for a visit with relatives in St. Louis, Mr. Meyer returned Tuesday but Mrs. Meyer will probably be gone two weeks. Lieutenant Horrace Routon return ed Sunday from the aviation camp a.t Memphis, having received ills dis charge. He has been flying a ma chine for some time. Contribute to the cause in the name of your boy or girl and let them get letters from the French adopted child. It will help ycur child spiritually, morally :nd educationally. The entire remainder of our stork of merchandise will be sold to purchasers at wholesale and manufacturers costs. Why pay profit elsewhere 1. ..We take Libert) Bonds in payment.—A. C.ild Mtlii!!. tf. Some of those who are ill with the influenza are, Lillard Johnston and wife, Mrs. Haizlip and daughters, Rena j and Kathleen, D. H. Tompitins, wi:e and child O. D. Turves-, wife and | daughter, Mrs. Dick Boyer, Mrs. E. I C. P:\ne and children, the Smith and. Kelson families, four in the J. |R. Fur- i iow family, F. Nicol and numerous ' others. I Encourage your boy or girl to do his bit in this drive. I know of no other cause that would coxae closer ;o a mothers heart. Put yourselves in the French mother’s place. When your digestion is poor, when your bowels are costive, when your breath is bad, when your stomach is sick or disordered, and you feel languid and low-spirited, Prickly Ash Bitters is the remedy you need. It cle.nses the vital organs, puriiies the bowels, a,nd imparts a fine feeling of strength, vigor and cheerrumess. Price ?1.25. per bottle—Model Drug CO., Special Agents Miss Xannie Dee Chewning xras the gucsi of Miss Mary Fawcett while e:-. route to her home at Peytonville. Miss Chewning has been attending school at Magnolia, but the school closed on. account of influenza. If you have no appetite for your me3ls, something is wrong in your di gestive organ;; Take a dose or two of Prickly Ash Bitters. It cleanses the stomach, liver and bowels, creates ap petite, vigor and cheerfulness. Price $1.25 per bottle.—Model Drug Co., Special Agents. W.S.S, ♦BARGAIN COLUMN* ***************** * Wanted—Stave bolt makers, timber near Red Bluff.—Lillard Johnston. tf SWEET POTATOES—I will make the town every Tuesday and Saturday with Nancy Hall and Key West Sweet Potatoes. On Saturday evening I will be on corner by Fred Mill's Jewelry Store.—J. T. Grounds. tr. Quarter section of good Red JRiver , bottom land for sale.—J. B. Pumphrey, I Ogden, Arkansas. 24t !.__x | FOR SALE—My residence in Ashdown | and 40 acres of land, consisting of 17-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. FOB SALE—One Ford Roidster, prac tically new, in firs 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 sme ll amount you would have to pay each mortfh. R. M. PRICE FOR SALE—Two Big Boned Poland China registered sows, 5 months old. J W. Quarrels, 3J miles north of Ash down. 3t —AUTOMOBILES ON CREDIT—To •remove our stock of Fords and Chev rolet?! at once vve will sell same on terms o* 1 to •'» years with a approved security. Now is the time to get your ear Avilhout paying out the cash. See us at once for terms.—Tompkins Mot or Sales Company. FOR SALE—1 milk cow, will oe fre3'n January and two one year oUl heif er^.—M. J. Af.away. 1 WAATEU —Liberty Bonds, pay you | hash, for same.—J. W. Mitchell, ' Hype, Ark. FOR SALK—Two large Drood mares one Percheron, and the other halt' Hamiltonian, $300.00. AI30 male colt six months old from Percheron marc $150.00. Colt from Hamiltonian $100. j Geo. C. Miller, Allene, Ark. i PLANTING SEEP.—*WllI *>c !n Ash down Friday and Saturday taking orders for pure Mebane, Rowdsn anti Lone Star cotton seed. Our Rowden seed are grown by Rowden Bros. See me about your planting seed, or write ug.—w. C. Blackburn, with Red River Cotton Seed Co., Clarksville, Tex. FOR SALE—Pair mules, wagon, cow and calf for sale.-—B. M. Carroll, at Oil Mill, Ashdown. It LOST—Cameo brooch between Mrs. Cowling's residence and court house. Will pay liberal reward.—Miss Gladys Norwood. » It We are fully prepared to do first class auto repairing and overhauling at reasonable prices. Accessories sold at reasonable prices. Call and »ee us. '—Paul Kersten and Sons. 8t Cne Dun colt, age 2 years, branded D H on left shoulder, taken up at my place on November 26, 1918. Owner can have animal by making satisfac tory proof of it..--John Horn, one mile east of Arkinda. Ark. -w.s s. STRAYED—Pair of small bl-rcn horsy mules, weight about 750 lbs., age about 9 yrs. harness sign-, largest mule branded O on left j:w, got awav two miles north of Lockesbut-g on the 28th day of September. $25 reward.— ! Ollie Westbrook. Loekesburg, Ant. 4t ---W.S S. FOR SALE—Good work mar-, safe to buggy, also buggy and harness, new. weight about 1109.—w. R. Brown, call j at this office. it 1 I W.S s. I Notice For Publication. Department of the Interior, U. S. i Land Office a,t Camden, Art;.. November 9th, 1918. Notice is hereby given 'har John Hunter, of Saratoga, Arkansas, who, on March 29, 1917, made a home stead entry. Serial No. 07386, for the 1 Frl. W& NBJ, Prl. NWi SEl, an l the | Frl. NE' SW1 on the left bank of the river, Section 14, Township 12 S., | flange 28 W„ 5th Principal Meridian, has filed notice of intention to make j Final Commutation Proof, to establish claim to the land above described, be- j fore the Probate Clerk of Hempstead j County, at Washington, Arkansas, on the 18th day of December, 1918. Claim ant names as witnesses: Jerry Nel son, of Saratoga,. Arkansas; C. Bradley, of Saratoga. Arkansas; Mon roe Walker, o' Saratoga, Arkansas; Ed Calvin, of Saratoga, Arkansas.—B., M. Tribble, Register, Just Received A Solid Car Load of International Stalk Cullers Extra Heavy, 9 blade, guaranteed not to clog up. Price Cheaper than Last Year Henry & Joyner Hdw. Co. Automobiles on Credit To remove our 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 for 50c ALSO PUT UP IN CHRISTMAS BOXES Sold Everywhere Thompson Bros. Cigar Co., Inc., Little Rock, Ark. Corrected Report. We wish to state that in our annual report of members for the Little Riv er County Chapter of the American '.ted Cross we failed to edd in tlie | amount that was received from one 1 list of members and also the remit- j tance to Headquarters. We added the names but failed to add in the amount of membership dues. This manes our report as follows: $2,876.03 totii ' amount received from membership--., $1,957.77 total amount remittee to Headquarters. $918.23 amount retain ed by Chapter.—Mrs. Seth C. Reynolds, ] Acting Secretary. -W.S.S.—— A Tonic Laxative that will remove the bile from the Liver and cleanse the Sy3tcm THOROUGHLY without jlrlpi r.il or disturbing the stomach is truly a Perfect Lax ative. LAX-FOS WITH PEPSIN Is the name of a Reliable and Perfect Laxative which soon relieves Sick Headache, Dizziness, In digestion, Stomach Trouble, Gas end Piles ce.ucctl by a Torpid Liver and Constipation. Always use u Reliable Laxative in the treatment of Colds, Grip ftDd Influenza. LAX-FOS WITH PEPSIN Is a Liquid Digestive Tonic Laxative excellent in its effect on tho System, both os a tonic and as a laxative. It is Just as good for Children as for Adults. Pleasant to take. Children like it. 50c. , Made and recommended to the public by Purls Medicine Co., St. Loots, Mo., manufacturers of Grove's Tasteless chili Tonic. . FARM LOANS WANTED ONE TO TEN YEARS Interest 8 Per Cent LAND BOUGHT AND SOLD H. R. YEAGER Aslnlown, Ark. .ii -r. A A A A 4. A 4. 4. 4> A <*. Jk ,V •' 'S VUUR TITLE GOOD?. Tho only way to find out ia to 1 have an abstract made. We have ' the oldest and most complete set ' of record in the county. Why 1 should we not gve the best servco 1 MclVlilt ABSTRACT CO. Sanderson Bldg. Ashdown, Ark. 1 ORTON TRANSFER CO. ; Office Phone 4; Residence 171 1 Call C« For Prompt Service 1 W. A. J. MILLS OPTOMETRIST Will be in Ashdown, Ark., ou 1st and 3rd Wednesdays of each month. Up stairs In Sanderson Building W. A. J. MILLS OPTOMETRIST Hope, Arkansas The Strong Withstand the Winter Cold Better Than the Weak You must have Health, Strength and En durance to fight Colds, Grip and Influenza. When your blood is not in a healthy condition and does not circulate properly, your system is unable to withstand the Winter cold. GROVE'S TASTELESS Chill TONIC Fortifles the System Against Colds, Grip and Influenza by Purifying and Enriching the Blood. It contains the well-known tonic prop erties of Quinine and Iron In a form acceptable to the most delicate stomach, and is pleasant to take. You can soon feel its Strengthening, Invigorating Effect. 60c. -w.s s.--— ASHDOWN LODGE NO. .'.81 F. & A. M. Meets 2nd and 4th .. Wednes day night’s in Each Month. It. E. Huddles ton, Sec’y. H. M. Westbrook, W. M. AAAAAAt^^^^A^WSAAAA/ J. W. RINGGOLD M. R, Respectfully tenders Ills Professional Services to the people of Ashdown. Ashdown, Arkansas. ^ -i*_ A ', .b A X v * t A. D. D’LANEY Lawyer Office in Sanderson Bldg. Ashdown, Arkansas 0. 1\ A. FORDE, M. I). Asliilu'.vn, Arkansas (Only Colored IMiysIeinn In Little River County.) Phones: Office, 8(5 Res., 1S4 R. E. HUDDLESTON NOTARY PUBLIC Office In Finst National Bank 8° C. E. ISA? DENTIST -t Office In Sanderson Bldg. Ashdown, Arkansan D. H. TOMPKINS NOTARY PUBLIC Ashdown. Ark.