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/ * # * " f . ••; 4 . • * in Corn and all Waste Land and New Ground . ’ ': : . « , • * « few days will insure a good crop • V , V . .... ' t « tops will pay for the seed • * - ••-.•». ‘ * . _ * * » .^ ’ / ■ .» _ 5 ijSAFE! ' :HH 1 !<t CajJi ^.. •”rea f»r U-ia purDO of tAe „„ POSe a"d can fce , : So,t c°unty at "a<f from an 50 Per JOO Poun*. 'rchant 1 county p r°ofabie Farm • rnungcom ftC***, S*Ht ******* V .' • ’ v ; ; * BELIEF HARRISON FLOODED DY SWOLLEN CREEK Light Plant Out of Commission and 10 Blocks Are Under Water. c._ . Harrison, May 26.—At 11 o’clock to night approxfih&tely 10 city blocks In Harrison wore onder from two to three feet of' water from Crooked creek, whMh is ordinarily aboot 12 feet wide, and the water was still rising at that time. A 9 o’clock the light plant, was forced oat of operation and the water made its way to the business section, flooding the first floors of the Midway and Riverside hotels. One man was marooned • in a secont, story room of a Midway hotel and persons were going to his assistance at 11 o’clock.. The water in the creek did not start to overflow the banks until 7 o’clock tonight- The creek rises In the foot hills of the Ozarks and the heavy rains of the past week have flooded that section. ^-o-— VILLA BECOMING MENACE Me and Bis Band Now are Threatening Two States In Northern Mexico. Washington, May 23.—O, clal. ad vices from various parts of Mexico Indicate that ’ the situation In this to northern part , of that country due to the operation* of Francisco Villa is more ssrlous than hitherto has been reported. It was learned today that Villa and his organized force of rebels now are threatening parts of Durango as well as Chihuahua to the north.. American mining men lagfli) ssgod for speciai trains to he red* , to re move them and tbefr families from the danger a one, when Villa approach es. Official; said, however, that-as yet no American had been molested by thp yillisUs and that Villa had treated alt Americans with consideration. Some American property has, however, been taken by the Vlllistas when they need ed tyod. material and funds, and Villa has said that this would be considered .as a tax,inasmuch as Carranza, to Ivyhoin tliey had been paying taxes, ager protect them, -—o—; TMUrn hereby given: That Roht • has this dgy filed* In the iourt pf Little River county, jhis petition, prating the It is Easier to Complete a Telephone Call Than to Report, “The Line Is Busy.” £ ' 0 v - , / Very seldom does the telephone operator report a line busy when it isn’t -- it is less work to complete the call. A request from a subscriber for a number which the operator reports ^ busy usually means a second call will be made for the number. If the subscriber'makes a second call and the line is still busy the oper ator’s work has been doubled. If the subscriber calls for the number a third time, whether the connection is made or not, the operator’s work has been tripled on this one call. The line may be busy (1) because some one is using the telephone call ed. (2) because another person on the same party line is using his tele phone, or (3) when some one else is trying to get the same number the same time you are. court to «ulct and confirm JiU title to the following described property In 'said county, towlt: The BI of the NB) of section 25, township U south, range f2 wart; lots 1 to 8 inclusive in block 2, in the town of Wiittiirop, Ark. and all persona who claim any Interest therein are herevy warned to appear At May Term, lO-i*. af said aouft end show cause why the tliln should not bs quieted and confirmed in the plaintiff. And M. B. Wortdridge, Ralph Bowyer, George a Robertson and Kanlon Whit tington are hereby specially d 'f to dppear in said eod|j, ^ ^ t weeks and show cause why the title should not be quieted and conflmfld In the plaintiff, as against tkap4iltr*n under my hand and the JidMP'of this court on this the 9th day ortBily, 1919. —Jas. H, Walllams, Circuit C%pff eery Clerk- >"imn I'd ■ _ -o — If you have prescriptions to fill taks them to the Model Drug Co. Our prices are right and we have 9 regis tered men on the job. Best of ser vioe at ill hours. Free delivery dur ing the day only.—Model Drug Co. \* * I