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Aspirin is the trade mark of Bayer Manufac ture of Alonoaceticacidester of Salicyjicacid Buy tlic Bayer packages only. 20-cent package—Also larger sizes. ♦ ♦♦♦ ♦♦♦ ♦♦♦ * + *♦♦♦ ♦ * PAULEY NEWS. ♦ * * ■*• + + * + ♦ + ♦ + **♦* + ♦ The Rev. R. L. Smith will preach at Pauley the second Sunday in each month. Buck McCrary is going to plant 10 acres of peanuts and 15 acres of cane seed. He says he has a new wite and has to raise lots of hay for the winter. F. G. Cooper says he thinks he will plant corn soon. We had a nice rain here Friday night. We were certainly glad to see it for it had been about 5 days since it had rained. Jfohn Gist of Cerro Gordo says most of the people go to prayer meeting when it comes a storm ,but he goes to the storm house. The Holly rollers are back in the neighborhood of Pauley again. They say the Lord is going to do great work again—heal the blind, raise the dead, kill the devil and pick up snakes. The I. O. O .F. meets at Pauley on Saturday night before the second and fourth Sundays in each months. Earl George is coming out of the kinks. He has done more work than two men this winter. He has 30 acres of land broke and has three thousand rails split and put up. -o Presbyterian Mission Meets. The Missionary Society of the Pres byterian church met with H. H. Orton Wednesday, 10 members being present. The subject for the afternoon was Home Missions, Mrs. Caples being the leader. Prayer and readings from Missionary -'Survey composed the pro-\ gram. The president, Mrs. Caples, de-j sires a good attendance at the nextj meeting, which, if nothing happens, will be with Mrs. A. J. Russell, in or der that she might appoint a delegate to the Presbyterial, who will consent to go. “The hard times Schul” a comic party will be given by the ladies soon, date and place to be announced later. After the program a short; business session, the hostess assisted by Mrs. George Briant, served delic ious marshmallow whip cream with whipped cream and cake. The treas urers of the Auxiliary are especially urged to be present with their report at the next meeting. -o-. Oh, to Bo n Fish In the Ouachita River. Arkadelphia, Mar. 11.—A 12 months' accummulation of captured liquor, tak en from time to time by Sheriff Roy Golden and stored in the courthouse, will be destroyed soon. It is a curious assortment, the various guises meant to camouflage the contents. One box of bottles is packed among bricks. The sheriff has a way of shaking and j jostling the packages, and anybody knows bricks do not go “guggle, gug gle.” There Is enough to give every voter in Clark county an eye-opener, but Sheriff Golden is going to burn it or inebriate the Ashes in Ouachita riv er by mingling the juice with the* waters of that placid stream . -o CERRO GORDO PEOPLE WED John B. McCory and Miss Jewel Brown Married March 2nd. Cerro Gordo, March 12.—John B. Me Cory and Miss Jewel Brown, two popu- j lar young people residing between! Cerro Gordo and Jewel were married; at the home of George Frady Sunday, j March 2, at 11 o’clock. The ceremony j was performed by Rev. Ij. R.. Smith. Quite a number of friends attended the I wedding. The bride is a step daughter of O. P. Roberts. A nice dinner was served in their honor at the Frady home. ...o Would Make Carry Nation Turn Over. Hartford, Conn., March 9.—Clark G. j Ball of this city, who managed Carrie Nation’s tours some years ago, tonight! announced that he is forming a party to protest against national prohibi tion. wmmnmmaKtamammmmmr^nr^srrx'n'^mmaxKssmmmamiBBmafxm/rx Ugh! Calomel Sickens; Salivates! Please Try Dodson's Liver Tone • < -——:— I am sincere! My' medicine does not upset liver and bowels so you lose a day’s work. druggist sells for a few cents a large bottle of Dodson’s Liver Tone, which is entirely vegetable fynd pleasant to take and is a perfec calomel. It is gua your liver without inside, and can no Jan’t take calorr the nos Dodi von rig . LIFT CUKNS OH CALLUSES OFF Doesn’t hurt! Lift any corn or callus off with fingers Don’t suffer! A tiny bottle of Freezone costs but a few cents at any ; drug store. Apply a few drops on the corns, callusos and ‘ hard skin” on bot- , tom of feet, then lift them off. j When Freezone removes corns from the toes or calluses from the bottom of feet, the skin beneath is left pink and healthy and never core, tender or irritated. ' y*. » a 1 V HOWARD ( oi'ifl Ki na*-— Nine Convicted of Felonies and Sen fenced to Penitentiary. The Howard Circuit Court ended last week with the exception of a few cases on which Judge J. S. Steel will pass this week without a jury, involv ing points of law. There were nine convicted and sentenced to the peni tentiary and four other felony cases continued. There were more than the usual number of convictions in mls deameanor cases. LETTER FROM GERMANY Rlden, Germany, February 8, 1919. Mr. Bernard Dover, Arkinda, Ark. Dear Brother: Will tell you some thing about Germany as I haven’t any thing. to do today. The first thing is the coldest place in the world. I have not seen the ground in most a month. It snowed for 14 days and nights. It did not snow hard but some snow fall ing all the time. The first month I was in Germany it rained almost every day. It is the prettiest place I ever saw. It has hills and valleys, no level land at all. The hills look so pretty and the steepest hills are set in grap es. the valleys are planted in rye, wheat and turnips, and some planted1 ir potatoes. That is all the crop I have seen. The worst of all they cul tivate all of this with their milk cows for there is not many horses in this country. A good horse will cost 2,600 marks, equal to about $325, and a cow almost as much. A »-3ry small hog will cost $200. What do you think about that? The people live in the same house wuth the chickens, cows, sheep, hogs, horses and goats; only in separate rooms, but listen, I live with, them all. ha, ha. ' 1 am living or staving in tne nouse with a Dutch family. They are awful good to me. I have a nice room all to myself. When 1 feel bad and sleepy from being up all night on guard the old lady makes me teas as I can't tell her what is wrong. Ha. I have two girls here at my house. You ought to see me trying to talk. I can only make motions. Ha. Wait just a min ute, mother is bringing me a glass of milk. O gee, that milk sure was good. Ha. I always call lie’' mother for that is all I can say in Dutch. Well, you asked me if I did any fighting. Well 1 didn't do an;- real lighting, but 1 did enough. The day peace was made we were on the !' les, and were going over the top at t. o'clock cud they quit fighting at 11. Sec, I was lucky. Say 1 saw Crow.: Prince’t eug out and a million morh and enough barb wire to fence to I'nited States. There is a town about ever mile over here, and can’t buy ar.y thing. A liar of soap costs 9 mar! s; that is about $1.25 and a small towel cost $1; how's that? This leav :s me well as ever; hope if'will find you folks all well. O, gee, it is some cold here; it is 15 below zero today. I didn’t do much today, but I don’t care. Ha. Write all the news and answer soon. As ever, Archie E. DAver. Co C. 39th I. N. F„—-A. E. F. -o. SLAYER IS CONVICTED Texan Killed Woman While Fighting With Her Husband. Texarkana, March 12.—In the Dis trict Court at Boston last night the jury in the case of John Merrett, charged with murder, Drought in a verdict of manslaughter and fixed the penalty at two years in the peniten tiary. The jury was out 20 hours. It is said that the defense will ask for a new trial, failing to get which, an appeal will be taken. S'*' '’Hegstty "to. have killed ” xr Maud, FOR FIRST DEGREE MURDER J. D. Hines Held iii Jail for Killing Texarkana Florist. Texarkana, March 12.—J. D. Hines, charged by information filed by Deputy Prosecuting attorney Arnold with first degree murder, in connection with the killing of P. W. Mackley, Saturday afternoon last, was arraigned before Judge Cook in the Municipal Court yesterday. By agreement the hearing was set for next Thursday, by which date it is hoped Mrs. Mackley will be able to be present. She was shot twice, but not seriously wounded at the time her husband was killed. Hines appeared nervous and his face was flushed when brought into court. He told the judge that arrangements were •' to employ two lawyers to. defend him. . Commissioner’s Sale. Notice is hereby given, that In pursuance of the authority and direc tions contained in the decretal order of the Chancery Court of Little River county, made and entered on the 7th day of February, 1919, in a certain cause (No. 236) then pending therein between Mrs. F. M. Gammill, et al, ex parte, the undersigned, as commission er of said court, will offer for sale at public vendue to the highest bidder, at the front door or entrance of the county court house in which said court is held in the county of Little River, within the hours prescribed by |yw for judicial sales, on Saturday, the llth day of March, 1319, the following Ascribed real estate, towit: Lots 13 |id 14 in block 7, Friedell's addition } Ashdown, Ark., in Little River coun Ark. Terms of sale: On a credit * three months, the purchaser being Iquired to execute a bond as requir by law and the order and decree of id court in said cause, with ap oved security, bearing interest at le rate of ten per cent per annum /ram date of sale until paid, and a lien being retained on the premises sold to secure the payment of the purchase money. Given under my hand this 19th day of February, 1919.—Jas. H. Williams, Commissioner in Chan cery. S-19 ——-0 B. Y. P. U. Program. Program for March 16: ♦Scripture reading. Jimmie Cummins; subject, Winning the lost, one by one; leader, Miss Lena Johnston; introduction by leader; Winning for Jesus, Bob Hol man; Some biblical soul winners, Miss Charline Dupree; Any Christian can do it, Miss Nelle Kolb; We should learn how, Arthur Boll; music, Mrs. Bishop and Mrs. Cobb; Our encourage ment, P. B. Dowden; Hints that may help, John J. DuLaney; sentence pray er for the unsaved, by the union; song. Report of the < Ah ion of ARKANSAS STATE BANK At Ashdown, Little Hirer County .< - s, a close of business Mhr. 4, 1919. It . "S. Loans and Discounts . $171,100.69 Loans on-Real K ato .. 35,085.00 Loans on Cotton . ... «.j,(100.00 Overdrafts, Seem. ic'curod . 301.42 U. S. Bonds . 2,350.00 Other Bonds and * .'Including Stoic Warrants and County Scrip . 5,415.1,5 Furniture and F: . 1 500.00 Items in Transit r : . . 2.060.53 Cash and Due from 'Reserve Dunks . 31,734.20 Other Sesources .. 120.00 Total .... .$315,726.81 LIABILITIES. Capital Stock, Paid Tip .$25,000.00 Surplus Fund, :• I . .!. 2,500.00 Undivided Pro; 8,142.40 Bills Payal)lo 70,000.00 Individual Be ■ . - A •: .$174,515.15 Demand • Certifier.:rVof :: A? . 29,671.62 Cashier’s Cheeks .. 2,836.79 -Net Deposits (afAr ' it.-: i h more than 4 per •:> ! .207,023.56 Reserved for j. . 2,560.85 Reserved for Taxes .. 500 00 • _ Total . $315,726.81 State of Arknn ■. Comity of 1 tile River, ss: We, O. Kolb. P: r A A t. A R C. Payne, Cashier, of the above named Bank do solemnly swear the.; -hove statement is true to the best of our knowl edge and belief. O. KOLB, President. E. C. PAYNE, Cashier. Attest: A. D. DuLeney, W. B. Prewitt, W. D. Waldrop, J A I. ' an, J.R. Pierce,Directors. Subscribed, and sworn io before rr.c this I3th day of March, 1919. My com mission expires, Bee. 30, 1910.* (Seal) T. : TILT ;‘R JOHNSON, Notary Public. I With the IV. r.; ■■:'■■:■) and com pi ‘3 fiohr mi!;, in :’.e ■ -..nd a deter mination to ■ ..;• .''anr tils bent on earth, we jiru 1 at the oppo,-Uin ity to get back to a quality basis and the HELSC . ?E "f“ W FLOUR I which you buy from now on will be the old short patent, old pack, snow white flower, which was always the standard by which the quality of other good flour was measured. —AT YOUR GROCER’S Oklahoma City Mill and Elevator Company Specials For March, 15, 17 and 18 • IOC pound sack of Mixed Frd.. - - $2.65 ISO pound sack of Chops-.-$3.15 166 pound sack M. R. Meal.$2,40 ICO pound sack of Gray SLsrts..$2.55 • j I® pound sack of Oiuoler^ 83 ps? ses^ • - ■ • * $3, a 5 5 bushel sack off Oats.------ $4j g 48 pound sack fiihatrcs iter..32.97 48 pound sack Queen ®f Panfry ter.$2,97 48 pound sack white Leaf flsur-'-32,93 48 psund sack Dolly Dimpis fSsur - --$3,13 49 pound sack Jack and dill ter.$2,99 ID pound sack Cream Meal - - - -. - 45c IOC pound sack Hen Feed.$4.19 ICO p:und sack Dairy Feed.$3.81 50 jund sack Little Chick Feed.$2.39 5C pound sack Chicken Chowder.$2.47 CO pound sack Little Chick Feed.45c Seed Potatoes, per bushel.- - - - $1.50 The se Prices are Gccd only on theseDays / T i Ashdown p—y Co.