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* People You Know t Xt** ****** ******* John Honnell of Allene »'»« "> the ,Mty Saturday. Sftt-Uruaj1 * _ Or r Mobley was at Texarkana • urday evening. O. Kola and *’ boaiond Sunday Horace Cook tf — Monday. ^ over from Ben \tfv* isn t buti yyfry ’..Addington was here from _.,offia Tuesday. jim Tompson of Wilton was in i .l.down Saturday. Marshal John Knox of Horatio svas in the city Tuesday. S. I. Middlebrooks is building a grist mill near the oil mill. r1 r Betts of Hope spent Sunday in ’own visiting friends. Will Polk of Ben Lomond was trad ing in Ashdown Saturday. Miss Flora Childers of Foreman spent Saturday in Ashdown. C. "•-'^Keener and family attended th^ " ,T' sit Hicks Sunday. jorm' Kent of Mineral Springs was an Ashdown visitor Monday. Henry Gist spent Saturday and Sun amily motojjfn t0 of'Trxa' <as in day in Ashdown with his family. Jim Penney o* Lpckesburg was here 'Tuesday attending to business. Halph Hughes and Clair Leslie moiored to Ben Lomond Sunday. Miss Nit a Wimberly spent Sunday in Ichibel with relatives and friends. C. .T Click a business man of Win t|i ron, was in Ashdown Tuesday morn mg. Miss Ruth Moore of Texarkana was 'it guest of Ashdown friends Satur <L y Miss Lina Campbell of Foreman is ilie guest of Miss Kathleen Davis this week. \ii pupils desiring to take school w. during the summer see Agnes Cowling. Kurt Collins and Pat, Dildy of Fore uvi: spent Sunday in Ashdown with ’ Lends. Mrs. S. K Coats spent the last few i us at Nashville, the guest of het friends. Tom Rieves of Winthrop was ir \shdown Monday evening attending tc business. Miss Idell Furlow left Tuesday foi Fayetteville where she will attend the university. Let us supply your drug needs. We hu re the goods and we have the prices Model Drug Co. Tom Toiand, Dudley Waldrop am Herman Brown were in Texarkane Saturday evening. Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Rattan are the proud parents of a ten pound son, borr Saturday June 28th. Mr. and Mrs. T. B. Cook and familj and Miss Nannie Locke motored tc sToxarkana Monday. '''Horace Hunter, Lawrence Price. Sid Phillips, ;ind John A. Wood motored <o Texarkana Sunday. Misses Willie and Reva Bishop left Sunday for Little Rock to visit with relatives and friends. Mrs. Ella Wilson and Miss Grace Fawcett of Ben Lomond were shopping in Ashdown Saturday. Miss Rena Haizlip returned Monday from a visit with her sister, Mrs. Geo. 1) 11. at Ashland, Okla . / / * ( E. Harding or Batesvme is me guest this ween of Mr. and Mrs. G.D. O '^right of the Bast Side. ('has Meyer of St Louis, who has been visiting relatives in this city, left Saturday night for his home. Mr. and Mrs. .Henry Orton and child ren left Tuesday in their car for Baker Springs for a visit of several weeks. Miss Hazel Wood and Mrs. Boy Lam loight and daughter, Anna Gene spent the week-end at Red Bluff with Mrs. r*. M Wood. Mr and Mrs. .Toe Wimberly of Hope spent the week-end «tt the home of A. T Hollins at their surburban home on the West Side. George Briant and family are leaving today in their car for a vacation at Hot Springs, Malvern, Little Rock tnd other points. t’Jdward Freeman, formerly of Ash down has been elected as principal of the public school at Horatio. The school emp’oy's five teachers. Mrs. Pat Murphey arrived Saturday from Fort Smith, to join her husband. They are at home in the Dickinson residence in the Goldsmith Addition. Mrs. Clyde Head left Saturday for Mena, where she will visit for a few weeks. She will also visit her brother at Giannis before her return home. George Waddell received a telegram Monday from his brother, iRobert Wad doR. saving he had-arrived safely in the dates and hop d to be home soon. Mrs W. L. Perkins and little daugh uw Miss Bernice, left Saturday for ■ heir.home in Mississippi, fitter a visit ,vjt>\ Mrs. 1 i i kms' daughter. Mrs. C.H. Lo dee firs. P. 1L Phillips of this city at tended a reunion of the W W. Millwee family at Horatio last week. All the blRtren of Mr. and Mrs. Millwee were present Mr. and Mrs. D H. Tompkins and non, Billie, will leave Monday for a few weeks stay in Denver, Colorado Springs and other points of interest in UQCl ESICIC- afilGP'r” ggSBS«SS»^-SSSS«B i mmtmmL |QQ QBQB Oli so Bu^ Before Another BE BE 33 HD J* Advance in Price QB BB JNO. DEERE WAGONS FT. SMITH WAGONS JNO. DEERE BUGGIES &■ BB Our Stock is Complete-—Let Us Show You. Ashdown Hdw. Co. BB BB BB DO BB BB 11 esnii antznati I ptrumr^-rv-TmTTrTiPTnnrTiimi^mUlllilPDIBEHlSDCIC i nnirr~r'TrCT~T- ..■niiini.ii..iimm;nianamncifc SJ Uj EUUJ 6* ul Ul t-: liltu uu Mrs. A. Eichhold left Sunday even- j mg for Minocqua Lake, Wis., where she will spend a month with relatives. She was accompanied as far as Tex arkana by S. J. Meyer. Mr. and Mrs. O. D. Turner have re turned from a visit in Louisiana. They were unable to return in their car on account of the rain. Miss Iola Tur ner remained at Arcadia to visit with friends and-jelatives. Mr. and Mrs. Jas. H. Williams and children, and Miss -Natalee Williams of this city, and Miss Louise Williams of Foreman, motored to Texarkana Sun day where they were the guests of friends and relatives Mrs. Jim Sanderson and daughter, Miss Rose, Dr. P. H. Phillips and son. Paul Jr., left Saturday for Rochester, Minn , where Miss Rose and Paul Jr. will receive medical treatment in the famous Mayo sanitarium. A coated tongue, bad breatn, dizzi ness and a clogged condition in the bowels can be iiuickly reliev d by us ing Prickly Ash Bitters, It is a man's remedy for such ailments. Price $1.25 per bottle. Model Drug Co., special agents. advt John Bouldin of Mineral Springs spent the week enu rn this city. He has many friends here, this having been his home several years ago. He has only recently been discharged from the army. He was a flyer-instructor in the aviation branch, at Riverside, Cal. A drowsy, half-sick, discouraged feeling is caused by a torpid liver and impurities in the stomach and bowels. Prickly Ash Bitters is a prompt and efficient remedy. Men who work need its cleansing and stimulating effect. Price $1.25 per bottle. Model Drug Co., special agente. A familiar figure seen on the streets again is that of John Phillips, who received his discharge at Camp Pike last week. John has just returned from Prance, where he has been for several months with the army of occu pation. He says there is no place like Little fRiver county. Don’t forget the name of the remedy you need when the stomach or bowels t are disordered. Prictly Ash Bitters; quickly corrects such troubles and j makes you feel bright and cheerful. Every man should have a bottle at j home all the time. It is the dose tak en promptly that prevents sickness, j misery and expense. Price $1.25 pet bottle. Model Drug C., Special agents. Mrs. G. D. Gathright presented tho News with some extra large peaches •and apples Tuesday. Both were of a very fine variety, and especially so were the apples. Very few apples are raised in this section, but these were of th big juicy variety. Mrs. Gath right always has something growing on the town place on the East side, and she also specializes in raising fine chickens. | Mrs. .T. W. Welsh and son, .T. T. : Welch of Winsboro, Texas, and Mrs. Chester Lawson of Annona, Texas, are visiting the former’s son, Homer Welch of this city. 'This is the first time in two years that Homer has seen his brother. .1. T. Welch. Mr. Welch has just returned from France where he has been in the army for some time. He was on the battle front at one time for two months, and he was one out of the nine only survivors in his company, the others being killed. Four out of that nine were wounded, but he escaped without a scratch. He was formerly a resident of Ashdown, being in the employ with the Lindsay store. -o ADVERTISING is a dynamic forco working for you at all times. It will multiply the power of your sales ar guments by the circulation of your newspaper. It adds daily to your net profits. PROGRAM Royal Theater TUESDAY Select C/-J m C-. > "rr cn '&• ■H C m —IN— ‘The Road Through the Dark’ WEDNESDAY V Vitig’hapli Feature “Hoarded Assets” ”" THURSDAY Goldwjn Film GERALDINE FARRAR—IN f' “Shadows” FRIDAY Seventh Episode of the “Man of Might” ”8ig V Comedy’ We are fully prepared to do first class auto repairing and- overhauling at reasonable prices. Accessories sold at reasonable prices. Cal’ and see us —Paul Kersten and Sons 8t .*orS. //■ #£ ? ( i <r t T i c i A?y v/vciE ufsss HA* got one JUST EZACKLY U/<E TH'S 6/6 PEA#<- HAHD/.ED O/V&, HE HAS .'JL'X1— k 'C_ k Ic isz7t Z£T^‘v:->y r —..*-» GEE V uu/SHT / /y/92? Mt= THAT THEftE. 0/-Z> /-/UWT/Ai' /CMEE yv/TH a sc/>aaA*D OOH lOOHtr THAT GO Lb K#/PS\ / sere** tr COSTS /f HOHJACCD J>0HACS, I If WWVfltll|M i|||H A KNIFE FOR EVERY NEED and the best value that money will buy. You’ll find a big assortment of them at our store. Quality talks when Cutlery is mentioned and we claim for our line the highest quality to be had at any price. See our full line of CUTLERY before buying yours. HENRY & JOYNER HARDWARE COMPANY HEADQUARTERS OF DYNAMITE, CAPS AND FUSES THE UNIVERSAL CAR The Ford One Ton Truck is one of the sure business utilities, and like wise just as big a necessity on the farm. Farming is surely a business proposition wherein success depends upon economical methods with up=to= date machinery. The Ford Truck will prove a great economy on the farm. The marvel is “how the farmer has got along without it all these years.” It is a servant that serves, always ready and always economical. Price $550, without body, f. o. b. Detroit, TOMPKINS MOTOR SJUES COMPANY. t + + t ** + ♦ + + ♦ + **♦ + * PROFESSIONAL <S» ♦ ❖ ♦ 4= + 44+ + + 44>i"i‘ PHYSICIANS DPS. MEEK & HARDING—Dr R. L. Meek, C. A. Harding; General Practice, Medicine and Surgery. Of fice in Sanderson Bldg. Phones; Office 92, residence 92. Ashdown. .1. W. RINGGOLD, M. D. Res peetfuUy tenders his Professional services to the people of Ashdown, Ashdown, Arkansas. DR. P. H. PHILLIPS, Physician and Surgeon. Office in Lott Build ing; phones, office 169-2 rings resi dence 169-3 rings. Ashdown, Ark. S. C. MARR, M. D. Office in Cook Building; office phone 204, residence 69, Asr.down, Ark-. AFTER :I2 YEARS PRACTICE, I find it cheaper and more satisfac tory to my patrons to furnish my own medicine in my practice.—Dr. A. Ji. Bishop, Ashdown, phone 35. G P A. FORDE, 31. D. Ashdown, Arkansas. Only Colored Physician in Little River County. Phones; Office 96, Residence 184. + 44t* DENTISTS 1)1?. C. E. MAY, Dentist. Office in Sanderson Building, Ashdown, Arkansas. OPTOMETRIST W. A. J. MILLS, Optometrist. Will be in Ashdown, Ark., on 1st and 3rd Wednesdays of each month. Up stairs in Sanderson Bldg.—W.A.J Mllis, Optometrist, Hope, Ark. ABSTRACTS - IS YOUR TITLE GOOD 2 The only way to find out is to have an abstract made. We have the oldest and mo3t complete set of records in the county. Why should we not give the best service.—Me Iver Abstract & Insurance fo., Office in Sanderson building, Ashdown, Ark. ATTORNEYS JUNE R. MORRELL, Attorney at Law, Ashdown, Little River Coun ty, Arkansas. A. D. RuLANEY, Lawyer. Office in Sanderson Building, Ashdown, Ark ansas. NOTARY PUBLICS LON T. JONES, Notary Public. Office: Yeager & Jones, Ashdown Arkansas. D. H. TOMPKINS, Notary Public, office in First National Bank Bldg., Ashdown, Ark. . R. E. HUDDLESTON, — Notary Public Office in First National Bank. Ashdown, Ark. ASHDOWN LOIM\E NO. 581 F. & A. !W ?. -i* * V + * JBARGAIN COLUMN FOK SALK OK TKAOK. FOR, SALE—Ford, in good running or der. new tires.—J. w. Lang. 54-f.f + + 4* + 4* FOR SALK—80 acres on ('niton between Winthrop and Fo* under fense; about 46 in ci cheap house; $25 acre $600 do acres good Canev creek farm ? in cultivation under hog fense; barn, orchard, etc. $30 acre, tc Roht. Sessions, Winthrop, Ark. FOR SALE OR TRADE—Ford toi car. good condition. Will trade to. cattle.—T. B. Cook. 55-tf FOR SALE—1 Bain hay haler, one 31, Ft. Smith log wagon, one 2 seated Spalding hack.—A. C. Stephens. Wilton Ark. 8.9 ALFALFA Hay for sale, $30 per ton, at Ogden, Ark—Roy Budd. 40 FOR SALE—Good tent 14 by 20 feet, in good rendition at a bargain. Call at (his cilice. 7-2 FOR SALE—Jersey eow with young calf.—E. T. Johnson at Stave mill. 48 MISCELLANEOUS. SCHOOL SUPPLIES—School Direc tors and Teachers: Send for our catalog. We deal in “Everything for School.’ Educational Supply Co. Board of Commerce Bldg, Little Rock, Ark. 7-31 SALESMAN WANTED to solicit orders for lubricating oils, greases and ■paints. Salary or commission. Ad dress The Lennox Oil & Paint Co., of Cleveland, O. MONEY TO LOAN—One to five years time, in sums $500.00 to $15,000.00. Not necessary to wait 2 or 3 months for service, perfect your title, and get Money at home. See me.—A. Gold smith. LOST, STRAYED OR STOLEN—One brown * mare mule about twelve years old, weight about 000 pounds, collar marks on shoulder, mule left Aller*' the middle of June. Will pe return of mule of informatio lead to her recovery.—Jeff Allene, Ark. STRAY CATTLE—3 head of cattle at Rill McIntosh's place at White Cliffs. 1 brown heifer, 3 years old. marked crop off right ear; red heifer, 3 years old, marked under half crop in right ear and hole in left ear; 1 yellow steer yearling with white spot in forehead, 18 months old, no mark. If not called for by July 9. 1919, will he so hi to pay dipping fees. June 28, 1919.—Jeff Nesbit. 7-9 BARGAIN IN REAL ESTATE, <>00 acres of land, located <> miles rom Ashdown. $ 17.50 per acre on terms of $2.50 per acre cash, balance hi (> annual payments al <• per cent in* terest. lVill sell from 20 acres up. IM.I'MHIMJ, 1 would hke to on construction work, promptly fonc Tim M down. Phone No. 77.