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Royal Theater Tuesday Night The “American Beauty” of § Grand OperaPrima Donnas Anna Case in her eminently successful screen debut | “THE HIDDEN TRUTH” Don’t Fail to See It! * I Admission: Children 15c, Adults 25c | Including Tax I With the most modern and complete flour mills in the country, and a deter mination to make our flour the best 6n earth, we jumped at the opportun ity to get back to a quality basis and the r ’ ■ > HELIOTROPE The Always Reliable” FLOUR -AT T«Cit «KOCER’S 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. Oklahoma City Mill and Elevator Company LANDS FOR SALE. Money to Loan on improved Farms. inn 3 to 3o years-at »i per cent from'l to 1 years, at $ per cent. 14&9 acres food upland for sale at $10 to $20 per acre, 1-8 or mare 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 tprms. 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 1«S cents an the .dollar for them. See me if you want to borrow money or buy land. / H. C. HODGES, Notary Public. W \ . . (OFFICE IN SANDERSON BUILDING Ashdown, Arkansas. TAX ASSESSOR’S NOTICE. To ttt Property Owun of Little Hirer County: I will be tt the following named places on the dates set opposite for the purpose Of assessing all Real Estate and Personal Property subject to taxation in little Hirer County for the year 1919. „ If you own property in more than one toniWiysi will either hare to meet the Board of Assessment while in resale* or flle your list of assessment with the County Assessor or either mem ber of the Township Board on or before the first day that they will be in ses sion In the Township In which such property is located. If you fad in this we .will bare to assess said property and charge you with a 25 cent penalty. Don t ;fail to meet the Board of Assessment while in session, for we don’t want to Charge anyone with p penalty. All Real Estate Owners will please bring your land deeds or your last year’s tax receipt, as we cannot assess your land unless we havei your numbers correct. Uck Creek Township, Oak Hill Church, Monday, Tuesday, and Wednesday, Mar4,1.7. Red Hirer Township, Richmond, Thursday, Friday, Saturday, May 8, 9, and 10. Frarijtiln Township, Davis Schoolhouse, Monday, Tuesday, and Wednesday, May 42,' 13 d#»d 14., IPP Johnson Township, Ogden, Thursday, Frida* and Saturday, May IS, 16 and 17. h|p, Arden, Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday, M^r J9, 20 and 21. tWSBhlp; Arkinda, Thursday, Friday and Saturday, May $2, 23 and 24. Allene, Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday, May 26, 27, and 28. __dp, Wiltoh, Thursday, Friday and Saturday, May 29, 30 and 31. Jolt Deris Towpshlp, Miller Schoolhouse, Monday. June 2. Jeff Xfcvls Township, Jones Schoolhouse, Tuesday, June 3. Township, Cerro Oordo, Wednesday, June 4. awnshlp, Pauley Schoolhouse, Thursday, June 5. Township, Wallace Church, Friday, June 6. Township, Union Gin, Saturday, June 7. Township, Crltton Ridge, Monday June 9. Township, Richland Church, Tuesday, June 10. township, Laynesport, Wednesday, June 11. Township, Wlnthrop, Thursday, Friday, Saturday, June 12, 13, 14. Jefferson Township, Ashdown, from Monday, June 16 to Saturday, June 21, Inclusive, v JaeksoM Township, Foreman, from Monday, June 23, to Saturday, June 28,ln * elusive. Cleveland Township, White Cliffs, Monday, June 30. * H. W. CRAY, Tax Assessor, Little River County. " '.L--^ 4 J JUNE It. MORRELL .♦ ATTORNEY AT LAW ♦ ASHDOWN, ARKANSAS * : ♦ • ♦ f ♦ ) ONE PUNE REACHES HARBOR IH AZORES Another Lost and Third Picked Up by Ship at Sea—NC-4 Stops at Horta. Washington, May 17.—One of the I three American naval seaplanes which j set out last evening from Newfound land in the first attempt in a flight' across the Atlantic, still was missing | late tdnight; another was riding at1 sea, 200 miles from the island of ] Fayal, Azores, and the third was safe 1 at Horta, Fayal, after establishing I machines. The missing plane is tha NC-3, flag-' ship of Commander John Towers, com-1 mander of the squadron. Destroyers searching far the lost naval seaplane NC-1 have found the plane and Lieut. Commander Bel linger and crew have been taken aboard the steamship Iona. This re port was made to the Navy Depart ment late tonight 'in a dipatch re ceived by cable from Horta, Azore. ■> The message to te Navy Depart ment said: “U. S. S. Harding reports crew of NC-1 safe on board steamship Iona. Plane was being towed* but towline parted. Latitude 30 degrees, 40 iftin utes north. Longitude 30 degrees, 24 minutes west.” The NC-1, just before she was forc ed to descend by density of fogs off the Azores, sent broadcast the follow ing message: ‘ S. O. S., Landing now, NC-1. We want bearings. Lost in fog about po sition 20 (station ship 20).” Rear Admiral Jackson, in a cable gram, .said ^the last heard of the lost NC-3 was a report* received at 5:15 a. m., Washington time, saying she was “slightly off course.” As both cablegrams require4 six hours for transmission, navy officials were in clined to believe that the searching destroyers had picked up both the lest planes. -o Confirmation Notice. Notice is hereby given: That Robt. T. Sessions has this day filed in the Chancery cfourt of Little River county, Arkansas, his petition, praying tire court to quiet and confirm his title to the following described property in said county, tovvit: The El of the NE$ of section 25, township il south, range 82 west; lots 1 to 8 Inclusive in block 2. in the town of Wn thvop, Ark. and all persons who claim any interest therein are hero'.y warned to appear at May Term, 1!Lh, if said court and show cause whv the title should not be quieted and confirmed, in the plaintiff; And M. E. Worldridge, Ralph Bowyer, George G. Robertson, and Kenion Whit tington are hereby specially warned to appear in saic\ court within six weeks and show cause why the title should not be quieted and confirmed in the plaintiff, as against them. Given under my hand and the seal of this court on this the 9th day of May, 1919. —Jas. H. Walliams, Circuit and Chan cery Clerk. w41-6 -o Pure, nourishing blood makes heal thy flesh, good muscles and a strong vitality. .The reverse is the case when the blood is poor. To drive out impur ities and enrich the blood take Prick ly Ash Bitters. It is a most efficient blood purifier and system regulator for men. Price $1.25 per bottle. For sale at Model Drug Store. a -o-: PRODUCE MERCHANT . GAINS 30 POUNDS - Y Is Also Believed of Rheumatism i Through Taking Course of Tanlac. "I not only gained thirty pounds on a few bottles of Tanlac but can do more work than I have teen able to do at any time .in the last ten years,” said C. E. Gwin, a well-known produce nigi chant of Amory, Miss. “For a long time my system was de biUiaied,” he continued, fund my di gesucu out of order so I could hardly eat a thing. I suffered from awful headaches, my nerves were on a strain and my muscles felt like they were tied in knots with rheumatism; I lost weight and got weaker every day. “I was \induced to try Tanlac by a friend and it is . making a new man of me. I now eat and sleep fetter than I have in years; m} rheumatism is all gone anl I feel stronger and bet ter than I have in a Ion time. Tanlac is sold In Ashdown by Boyer Drug Store; Foreman, Foreman Drug Co.; Winthrop, Winthrop Drug Co.; j Richmond, W. M. Sykes; Ogden, Hoy Budd. If you have p them to the prices are rig: iscription >del Drui and we h tered men job: vice at all hours. Free d< inf Hie day only.—Model dvt. ..i Cake Co^ Our' Je 3 jregis e| it olf eer mmm fug c* r b u j ,xnr!~*0mo*mammBzw*9*mmmi""***"**,**+**9**m EXISTENCE OF THE OT TOMAN EMPIRE ENDS Allies to Establish Mandatories Over f Its Former Territory—Terms Are Now Beady. Paris, May 18.—The peace confer ence,, while waiting for Germany to decide on her attitude toward the peace terms, rapidly is completing the treaties for Germany’s former allies and is smoothing out the differences between the allied and associated pow ers. Germany’s 15 days in which to make written appeals on the peace conditions will expire Thursday. Three days have gone by since the last German notes to ’the peace con ference. The subcommittees of the conference are at work on the an swers and it is probable they will be sent to Versailles Thursday. Peace terms for Austria are nearing completion, it is indicated, and the Austrians will present their creden tials to representatives of the allied and associated powers Monday after noon. It is reported that Austria will be called upon to pay reparayons to the amount of 5,600,000,000 marks, or one-twentieth of the amount demand ed from Germany, U. 8. mandatory foe A rmen iu. The Council of Pour has agreed on most of the mandates for the former Turkish empire and it is said that the United States, has been offered Armenia and Constantinople, with Great Britain geting Mesopotamia and Palestine, Prance being the man datory for Syria and Cilicia, Italy for Adalia and Greece for Smyrna. The sultan of Turkey would be given ter ritory in Central Asia Minor with a capital probably at Brusa. Greek and Italian claims to tiie Dodocanese islands off Asia Minor have been adjusted by Italy agreeing to retire in favor of Greece. The is lands, which are populated by Greeks were ' occupied by Italy during the war with Turkey over Tripoli. , Allied naval forces were landed at Smyrna Wednesday, it developed, in advices received from the Near East where military moves are being made in anticipation of the making of peace with Turkey. All the forts and strategic points at Smyrna were taken possession of by nightfall. The movement was directed by the peace conference as a precautionary measure for the maintenance of order, according to the terms of the Turkish armistice. The British and French forces will be withdrawn as soon as jhe authority of Greece as a manda tory is established firmly. The occupation of Smyrna is pjelim TO ALL MEN WHO CARE TO DRESS WELL you should see the new models , we have just received frcm HART SCHAFFNER & MARX* CLOTHES They are of the very ✓ newest creations ROSENZ WEIG’S Leader L- Style Ashdown, Ark. iftary to the establishment of manda? tories throughout European and Asia | tic Turkey, practically ending the ex istence of Turkey as an empire. , —-o-• Appraisement. County of Little 'River. We H. D. Phillips, J. E. Locke and Boy Lam bright, the citizens of the county of Little River and householders therein, having herein been appointed by S. D. Phillips, a justice of the peace of said ' county, have this day viewed a certain mule, shown us by Jessie Whitmore as an estray is described one mouse colored mare mule about 15 years old, no brands, and we do value the said mule to be worth $25.00. J. Locke, H. D. Phillips, Frank Lambright, ap praisers. Subscribed and sworn- to before me this 16th day of May, 1919. —S. D. Phillips, J. P. Grove’s Tasteless chill Tonic restores vitality and energy by purifying and en riching the blood. You can soon feel its Strength ening, Invigorating Effect. Price 60c. FOR SALE Cash or Easy Payments AH the land and timber formerly owned by the Nashville Lumber Company, in Howard, Sevier, Little River and Hempstead Counties. LEVELLING & PRICE-WILLIAMS Bank of Nashville Building Nashville, Arkansas It’s Better to Profit by Your Own Strength ‘ Than by the Weakness cf Others Robin Redbreast tI Cream Meal ip profits by its own strength of sheer quality. It is not necessary to compare it with any other cream meal, for there is no comparison. Price, quality and flavor all combine to make Robin Red* breast Cream Meal the best, yet most economical for corn bread, corn bread sticks, corn muffins and cakes. Made In 1 lie famous Arkadelphia mill by Southern millers who know and supply the exacting demand of Southern trade. We furnish dealers with Meal Flour and all kinds of feed stuff in the same ear lot. Arkadelphia Milting Co. “Mekero of Dolly Dimple Flour.” Arkadelphia, Ark.