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ffallinule or coot, 1 . »nd November J* 4* *b 4* * V wna pheLj^ple You Know •n betw^ + + + + ****** I ,\. Edwards of Mineral Springs. yilfj*. is in the city Thursdaey. s ,1. H. Wallace was here from Sara I(I* i Thursday and Friday. I m King and family of Lockesburg i the barbecue yesterday. P. S. Kins worthy was here from Wil- , ton Thursday attending to business, '.•t.ev W W. Christie of Foreman was j i,.>re yesterday attending the big cele bration Cons able W D. Bailey ol Foreman w s in Ashdown Tuesday attending to business. ILinden Guice of Wilton was. hern to attend the homecoming celebration yesterday. Se*h 1 Reynolds and George R. Steel were at Little Rock the first of the week. PefTis Morgan of Foreman,was here yesterday to attend <ne big barbecue and celebration. Editor W. B. Coley of Foreman was among those who attended the bar becue yesterday. P;sv V T. Thompson of Foreman •I tended the meeting Thursday night and the barbecue FrWbv. Your last chance to y ^ an Emerson itn at last year’s prices—'Common wealth Public Service Co. 7-9 Ernesi Martin attended the barbe cue yesterday. He came wdth a car toad of Mineral Sprmgs boys. Mrs. Mittie Maxey and daughters, Miss Gladys, of Pownee. La., are visit ing relatives in Ashdown this week. Mr. and Mrs. Grady Vaughan and Mr. and Mrs. Vaughan Pipkin of Wil ton were here yesterday attending the mg event. Dr P H Phillips anrr son. Paul Jr., Mrs. Jim Sanderson and daughter. Pose, returned last night from Roch ester. Minn. A large number of Richmond folks were at the steel bridge on Little river yesterday swimming, boating md lunching. Rev. and Mrs. F. P. Doak of De Queen were here yesterday attending the barbecue and visiting with their many friends. Dock and Elisha Adcock of Texas tnd their sister, Mrs. M. E Wilke’ son. of Bokhoma, Okla., are visiting relatives and friends. Mrs. C. H. Dickinson of Vivian, La., is here for a few days helping out in 1 he postoffice. She will return to ’'man in a short time. The Methodist ladies will have a food sale next Saturday, place to be announced later. Come and buy your ■tin ia> dinner already cooked. Mr. and Mrs. John CcCoy are vi3.t mg Mr. and Mrs. Will Anderson, on the l -ocke farm. They were accompanied m 'sjiy Mrs. McCoy’s sister, Mrs. Millie M'lxey. John Stinson, a wealthy planter of Sevier county was here yesterday to aif.end the barbecue. He will pro bably locate in Ashdown in the near future. Probably twenty-five cars of Texar kana people passed through Ashdown yesterday enroute to Mill’s Ferry to spend the Fourth swimming and boating. Mrs S. E Medley received a letter from her son. Rollo, who is still in France, saying that he was in the Cl H. Q. Branch and would be the 1 ».'t to sail. S. B. and Dr. A. B. Bishop spent the fourth on their old home place in Howard county. A few of their boy hood friends still live in the commun ity and met them there. We have a shipment of the new Hot point Electric Irons with thumb rest ed hinged cord protector, which pre-j vents cord trouble. $7 each.—Common wealth Publice Service Co. 7-3 \mong the Foreman people who .i!fended the big celebration yester- I .da>'. were P. B. Williams, J. O. Live *r,y and family, Frank Horner, Miss Nolle Traylor, and many others. Never pose as a married couple un tn yo«'ve sot the ring and license— disaster may overtake you. See Car mel Myers in an exqusite comedy drama at the Royal Monday night. V coated tongue, bad breath, dizzi ness and a clogged condition in the bowels can be quickly relieved by us ing Prickly Ash Bitters. It is a man's remedy for such ailments Price $1.25 not bottle. Model Drug Co., special Agents. advt One of the best holes in which beau hrul Oartuel Myers yet has appeared has been provided for her in “All Nigul.'' the charming Bluebird photo ,()iay in which she will appear at the I oval ’I heater on Monday night. 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Co. as BE BB BB ae 3E QBQQ Qni.'Hiii.i'fiii'iTii^!'rr moo' BBBBB OCCnOCG OOE OQBBOOO BBBBBB BBC anrai o o a o nra o t HOY INSTANTLY KILL Li) Kell or Jumped Off Motor Truck and Breaks Neck at Texarkana. 'Texarkana, July 1.—Danny Taylor, 10-year-old son of Robert Taylor, a well known merchant, was instantly killed in a motor t’ruck accident at 0 o’clock this afternoon. He was riding on the rear end of a truck owned by his father and driven by a negro, and as the car made a quick turn at the corner ol Broad and Spence the boy either fell or jumped off, landing on his head and breaking his neck. -O—r TO MARRY GERMAN GIRLS Many Anxious Inquiries About Ruling at Coblenz Headquarters. Coblenz, July 4.—The judge advo cates department at army headquar ters here was kept busy today with inquiries from various parts of the occupied area as to whether marriage between American soldiers and Ger man girls would be allowed now that the peace treaty has,been signed. More than 140 inquiries were made today by individuals, including several officers. These came from the division head quarters of five of the divisions of the 'rhird Army and from various other units. A ruling will be made in a few days. The order against fraternizing with Germans still is in force, nom inally at least, and will continue pro bably until Germany ratifies the treaty. -o NO USE FOR BRASS RAILS Kiinsiis City Saloon Owners to Use ’Em in Soit Brink Stand. Kansas City, July 4.—Dainty feet will rest on the brass rail once the support of only masculine appendages, tiny elbows will “decorate the ma hogany’’ and feminine voices will pass “the time o’ day'' with the bartenders in the new’ prohibition woman’s bar which a icrmer Kansas City soloon owner has announced he will open r.o'.v that the fluids with a punch have passed into ancient history. Car] Gamer In IT. S. Carl Garner has arrived in the Unit ed States again, having been in France since last spring. He will probably be discharged at an early date. We are fully prepared to do first class auto repairing and overhauling at reasonable prices. Accessories sold at reasonable prices. Call and see us — Caul Kersten and Sons. 8t PRESBYTERIAN LADIES Mrs. Hnrtslield Was Hostess Wednes '•»» t iternoon. A delightful meeting of the Woman s Auxiliary was held in the home of I Mrs. B. A. Hartsfield, Wednesday aft I ernoon at which time the following in I teresting program was rendered: “Monthly Topic, Signs of the Times” I by the leader, Mrs. Curran; she spoke ! of the great need of missionaries in the Mexican, Chinese, Indian, African ' and the greater part ol Latin Ameri I can fields. Mrs. Curran made this J very impressive by telling it in her | own words instead of reading it. An j interesting reading by Mrs. Caples, i “Marriages at Kashing.” was enjoyed, and a Chinese menu which was skoken of in this article made us hungry. A prayer for these missionaries was of fered at this time by Mrs. H. C. Locke. | Mrs. McCrary read an article, “Early I Days in Kochi,” which was of much I j interest. Mrs. .1. E. Locke gave the station report for Chunju, Korea, for the quarter ending December 31st; roll was called and each one present answered with the name and an inter I esting account of a foreign mission ary; this is a fine plan as it helps to familiarize us with the missionaries, j .Sentence prayers were offered for Mexico, Inter-church movement, Bible conference, the young peoples’ con ference, and all the other causes. This closed the program, and after reading of the minutes the new bungalow was discussed and the committee is to ' meet the church board and see if some 'understanding can be reached: a ques ' tion of building or buying a house al ready built has arisen and this is to be decided. Leaders for the young peo ples work were appointed as follows: Mesdames Henry Phillips, Westbrook, Chas. Bowles, J. R. Bowles and Geo. Briant for the Juniors, and Mrs. J. E. Locke, assisted by Mrs. Curran and her Sunday school class, for the Sen iors. The meeting was brought to a close with a prayer for the work we have undertaken to do at home as well is in the foreign fields. The hostess : served pine apple cream and cake for ! refreshments and it was indeed a | treat. The next meeting will be at the church with Mrs. Caples leader; sub i jest, Home Missions. Svery one pre | pare to tell something interesting j about the work that is being done for ! the Indians, and a plan to entertain j the young people _ Ted Hughes is visiting his mother, j at Joplin, Mo. WINTHttOP LADIES Eastern Star Will Dive a Play at Win tin of> Soon. i Winthrop, July 4.—(Special) — A play, “Sister Masons”, will be given by the O. E. S. at Winthrop July 12th. The program follows: Reading, “When Paw and Maw1 Was made Eastern Stars”—Rufus Buerchlin: Reading, “Paw Tells Ma the Secrets," “Xo Smiling Matter,” Mrs. Jennie Fite. The play “Sister Ma ■ sons”: I Sister Angelcake, Mrs. Mable Ses sions; Sister Gossip, Mrs. Cordelia Barger; Sister Busybody, Mrs. Della Smith; Sister Backbite, Mrs. Ada Tur key; Sister Blueblood, Mrs. Clara Lambert: Sister Royal Peek-a-Boo, Mrs. Fannie Lazarus; Sister Lone some, Mrs. Ida Pendergast; candidat ^ es, Mrs. Padlock, Mrs. Ipecac by Mrs. (Maude Fisher and Mrs. Mary Davis; Members, Mesdames Cora Hamilton, Fannie Rieves, Minerva Buercklin, Carr Sessions. Amanda Peyton, Mary DrCredille; Policeman, Mr. Perry, D.S. Barger. (Curtain.) Reading, “Toast to the Goat” Mrs Jennie Fite; Song, “Star of the East, Miss Ola Stephens; tableau, “Chapter Night.” The play will be rendered at the school auditorium July 12th, and an admission of 10 and 20 cents will be j charged. Notice of Hearing of Assessment on Benefits within Road Improvement District No, 8. Little River Co. Ark. Notice is hereby given: That the assessment of benefits and damages of the above named district has been filed iri the office of the County Clerk of Little River county, where it is open for the inspection of all persons. All parties wishing to be heard on said assessment will be heard by the com missioners. of said district at the coun ty court house, at Ashdown, in Little ■ ! River county, Arkansas, on the 18th day of July, 1919. Given under my hand and the seal of said board on this the 2nd day of July, 1919.—Lon T. Jones, Secretary of the Board of Com missioners, Road Improvement Dis trict No. 8, Little River ounty, Ark ansas. * 7-12 ( -o Don't forget the name of the remedy : you need when the stomach or bowels t' are disordered. Prictly Ash Bitters1 quickly corrects such troubles and,1 makes you feel bright and cheerful, i1 (Every man should have a bottle at | home all the time. It is the dose tak- ' 1 en promptly that prevents sic' ness, 1 misery and expense Price $1.25 per 1 i bottle. Model Drug C., Special agents. + THE BRIDE | whose home is furnished by us will be doubly congratulated by her | friends and neighbors. T 1 We especially invite the accounts of | young married people and ask them to come in and take a look at our stock T * and talk over their needs with us. EVERY WORKMAN Knows good results are obtainable . only by the use of High=Class Tools. Correctness and Durability are essen* tial in the Tools you buy. Curs are of the Nighest Quality, absol= utely accurate and guaranteed to give satisfaction. Your inspection of our line of Hardware will prove of the ut= most interest to you. * I * T * $ * HENRY & JOYNER HARDWARE COMPANY \ HEADQUARTERS OF DYNAMITE, CAPS AND FUSES ....// 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 S550, without body, f. o. b. Detroit, TOMPKINS MOTOR SALES' COMPANY. FLOYD GAMMTLL WEDS IN K. C, Former Aslidiown Boy Murries at Kan sas City Last Week. Prom Idabel Gazette: Floyd Gammill and Miss Noreen Ellers, formerly of this ^city, were narried at the home of the bride's parents at 3913 Baltimore avenue, in Kansas City, Mo., last week. Mr. Gammil’s parents reside at Ash iown, but for a number of years he lived in this city and attended school. He was an exceptionally bright young man and was well known to most of our citizens. Since leaving here he has been in the army and has risen to the rank of lieutenant. Since his discharge he has located in southern Texas and is connoted with a land company. The bride is a daughter of Mr. ant! Mrs. C. T Ellers, wbo were residents of this city for a number of 'ears, but who removed to Kansas City a few months a no She is an accomplished young woman and is great'v admired by a host of friends in this city. The wedding occurred at the home, which was beautifully decorated. The bride wore an exquisite white gown ind carried a boquet of lillies and roses. The groom wore the uniform of a lieutenant of the F. S. army. A lumber of the groom's army friends were in attendance. After the wed iing a sumtuous supper was served. The happy couple left immediately for i short honeymoon trip. They will reside in Texas. n Notice of Hearing of Special Assess ment of Benefits. Notice is hereby given: That the lommissioners of Road Improvement District No. 3 have found that the ollowing lands situated in -ittie River county, Arkansas, towit: rhe SW.i of the SW1,, section 25. town ihip 13 south, range 31 west; the SE.S uid the E1. of the SWi section 21. .ownship 13 south, range 31 west, will >e benefited by reason of the improv )d roads to be made within said dis rict; and that said Board of Commis lioners have caused the Board of As sessors of said District to make a spec al assessment of benefits against said nnds; and that the same has been filed jy said commissioners in the County lourt ot Little River County; and that he 21 day of July, 1919. has been set ind designated as a day for the hear ng in said court upon said special as lessment of benefits and objections hereto. Therefore, all persons affect sd by said special report and assess uent of benefits are hereby warned to ?ppear upon said date and show 3ause why the boundaries of said dis rict should not be extended so as to nclude the property so assessed, and nake any objections they may have :o said special assessment of benefits to made. Given under my hand and :he seal of said court on this the 2nd lay of July, 1919.—Jas. H. Williams, County and Probate Clerk. 55-S-7-12 o Holmes.Thompson. Edwin P. Holmes, brother of Prof. f> P. Holmes of this city, and Mrs. Dlga Thompson of Lake Charles, La., were married at the home of Prof. Holmes Tuesday night, Rev. C. S Wales officiating. Mr. Holmes is a V. M. C. A. secretary inst returned From Prance. After a brief honey moon they will go to New Orleans, where they will make their home. - -o — The Wants >f the cbrnnuinity are told in th want column of the tdttle River News Thr+e lines one time, 15 cents. Seven wo'jus make a line. I Jg.*, 4» 4* 4» 4* 4* 4* 4*4'4-4'4‘4*4»4»4a4" 4* 4* ♦BARGAIN COLUMN^ ♦ t + + ++* + + + + +^^++<l> ‘> FOR SALE OR TRADE. FOR SALK—Ford, in Rood runnir, der. new tires.—J. W. Lang. FOR SALK—80 acres on Calton < between Winthrop and Forema under fense; about 46 in eultiv, cheap house; $25 acre. $600 dowr acres good Caney creek farm abr in cultivation under hog fense: i barn, orchard, etc. $30 acre, ter Robt. Sessions, Winthrop. Ark. FOR SALE OR TRADE—Ford to car, good condition. Will trad cattle.—T. B. Cook. FOR SALE—1 Bain hay baler, one a.i 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—Jersey cow 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 tor School.’ Educational Supply (to. Board of Commerce Bldg, Little Rock Ark. 7 31 SALESMAN WANTED to solicit o for lubricating oils, greases paints. Salary or commission, dress The Lennox Oil & Paint < Cleveland, O. MONEY TO LOAN—One to five yi nr a time, in sums $500.00 to $15,000.00. Not necessary to wait 2 or 3 months for service, perfect your title, and ge. Money at home. See me.—A. Gold-1 smith. TO OUR CUSTOMERS:- All electric bills must be paid before the 15th. or se’-”ice will be discontinued. Com monwealth Public Service Co. 7-9 LOST. STRAY CATTLE—3 head of cattle at Bill 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 be sold to pay dipping fees. June 28, 1919.—Jeff Nesbit. 7-9 BARGAIN IN REAL ESTATE. 600 acres) of land, located 6 miles from Ashdown. $17-50 per acre o terms of $2.50 per acre cash, bal in 0 annual payments at 6 .per cen terest. Will sell from 20 acres u; I). n. TOMPKINS Habitual Constipation Cured in 14 to 21 Days “LAX-FOS WITH PEPSIN" is a special) prepared Syrup Tonic-Laxative for Habitu, Constipation. It relieves promptly bi should be taken regularly for 14 to 21 d - to induce regular action. It Stimulate) Regulates. Very Pleasant to Take, yer bottle. ■-o-— (irove's Tasteless chill Ton restores vitality and energy by purifying i rkhing the blood. You can soon feel its Str eLi 1., invigorating Effect. Price 60c.