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TON BEFORE THE CLOSE American Cotton Association President to Attend Convention at Little , Rock This Week. lit- — Ga., Oct. 2.). J. St olt.o we ^S^Siffalier, president of the Ameri *3^0otton Association, will deliver £jf Hdress next Tuesday at Oklahoma i^gtflt the organization of the Gkla branch of the American Cotton 8 Nidation. Wednesdtty, Octoliei ip.i, M:S,vill speak at the meeting of the * S.insas branch at Little doc i. jr 'Cotton will bring 50 vents a pound . jlasis middling before the l'.'2o mi ^•op comes oil thi> market, wfijch is ?n!y a fifir price, based on the price of the manufactured product liased upon supply and demand based upon the cost of production," said Mr. Wnnn maker today. "'I’lie actual] cost of production this season has been 471 '.■cuts a pound. The world will need Vcre cotton than ever before, and it s the purpose of the American Cotton Association to stabilize production, and improve methods of ginning. La I - ing and marketing The producer must be paid a profitable price, and there must lie direct dealing between the manufacturer and the producer. These and the other problems directly concerning the producer are being worked out by the Association, which is- sweeping the South." -—o NKGROliS II I I I) ON ROM) Alleged to Have Robbed A!:iu in Tex arkana of His ( lollies. Texarkana, Get. 2d. Louis Nelson and Klsifs Hall, negroes, were held for the Howie county grand jury in bonds of s:!.')it each on charges of highway i robbery, following a hearing before I Justice Hillman yesterday. In default I of sureties, they were sent to jail. ! The two defendants are alleged to j have lured a strange negro to a dark alley in Swampoodle Wednesday night and robbed him. They took his hat, shoes and pants, leaving their victim almost nude, it is alleged. Bl?$. M. E. HOYLE HIS GAINED SO POUNDS -- I’ve Never Pound Anything <«» Pquiil1 Tit ii hie." She Says Troubles Overcome. “If I could speak with everybody personally, who has stomach trouble and rheumatism." said Mrs. M. K. [ Hoyle, of 2P»!) Pennsylvania avenue, ! 'Kansas City, Mo, “1 would advise | them to take T::nlae, for I have tried ii ! j myself, and have never found anything j mutism during the past ten years until ii thought I would go distracted. The! crying. .My appetite was very poor pain would extend from mv hips down i 1 to my ankles, the muscles and leaders | felt life they were drawn, my knees were so stiff 1 could hardly bend over,, and many a night the pain was so se- ; vere that. I could hardly keep from | crying. My appetite wwas very poor i and my stomach was so out of order I 'that what 1 i111 -> I did eat made me mis-j erable. I suffered terribly from indi gestion and would bloat up so badly from the gas on my stomach that 1 could scarcely breathe, and there was also a dull aching pain in the pit of my stomach. My complexion was very, bad sallow and yellow looking—and j I just felt badly all the time Hut Tan-lac has been a wonderful . blessing to me and no one could see prrnge that has tuk -n place in me dur ing the past few weeks and doubt it! being a great medicine. All my rheu matic pain and stiffness is gone now,) and you may know 1 ice! like a new person. My appetite is splendid, 1 am never bothered with indigestion or gas any more, no matter what I eat, and my color is fine. Not only have I been relieved of rheumatism and stomach trouble, but I have also gain ed thirty pounds in weight besides, Xov, these are my reasons for think ing so well of Tanlac and i will glad ly tel) anyone who cares lo call on me what 1 have found out by experience about it." All druggists sell Tanlac. adv. Cliff! BO THE WORK It's too much to try to work every day against a constant, dull backache, or sudden darting pain in the small of the back. Be rid of it. Try Doans Kidney Pills. Your neighbor recom mends them. W M. Weeks, blacksmith. Prescott. Ark., says: "Some time ago I had to stop work for a time, owing to weak kidneys. My back pained me and on stooping to shoe horses, I had sharp pains across my loins. Often my an kles became swollen and there were puffy sacs beneath my eyes. My kid neys acted irregularly and the secre tions were scanty. I couldn't sleep well and 1 was very nervous. Doan's Kidney Pills were recommended to me and I got a supply. I soon had relief and after using one box of Doan's. I was able to do my work without pain in my back. My kidneys are in good shape now.'’ 60c, at all dealers. Foster-Milburn Mfgrs., Buffalo, X. A'. adv ('ll A \S I \ I'HH'K. Beginning Xovember 1st all patrons laving slides run on the screen will te charged as follows: Per month $2..">o; for two weeks £1.50: for one week $1.00; all other tdvertising will be extra. C. X THILL, Manager. TO PARRY ON WORK • i Farmers Raise Funds for Tick Fradi eafion in Folk County. Mena, Oct. 25. Lacking one vote, the Polk County Quorum Court here declined to make an appropriation of $1,500 to complete tick eradication j work. Interested farmers and slock men immediately held a meeting and raised funds sufficient to carry on the work. They plan to have tlie quar antine raised byr January 1. Although specially requested by Governor Brough to make an appro priation for a state isolation hospital, jibe Quorum Court declined. However. | appropriations were made for farm and home demonstration agents PL \ NS FOR CON Y KNTION Flitted Stales Food Heads Vssociaiion Vi ill Meet sil Hot Springs. I Hot Springs. Oct. 25. J. A. Round tree, director general of the Fnited j States Good Roads Association anil jthe Bankhead Highway, arrived in Hof Springs this afternoon for a confer ence with officials of the Business Men's l eague relative to the eighth annual meeting, which will he held here in April. 1920. -o Notice for Piihliculion. Department of the Interior. 1 S hand Office at Camden. Ark , October 25. 1919. .Notice is hereby given that Simon Perkins, of Red Bluff, Ark . who on October 1916. made a homestead entry. No. 07466. for the NK1, N'W',. section 19. township 12 south, range 27 west, 5th Principal Meridian. h:.s tiled notice of intention to make Kiwi Commutation Proof, to establish claim to the land above described before the Circuit Clerk ..f Little River (’minty, at Ashdown, Arkansas, on the 'kb day | of l m ember, 1919. Claimant nti'.'tj j as witnesses: Hoy Parker, William j Reed, Elmore Mltchel. Fred Goodlow, Jail of Red niuff, Ark 1! M. Tribble, i Register 11 . i; | -» - •K R* ! "F! •+•; ; l<. -y; ; v ; <y THE CLOTHES WE CLEAN, PRESS AND REPAIR REPRE SENT PAINSTAKING EFFORT Not a Suit. Skirt or overcoat leaves this place without our knowing that it is Q.k. Our work must be so well done that it will please the critic, j I i | j That's Work Well Done. May we do it for You ? Eubank Bros. | imuim: k J Ira ft**-is ?* ^ | i here is Leeico I I No matter where you live, there I is a Delco-Light man within easy ! reach of you. This means much more to you than mere convenience in the pur . chase of a Delco-Light plant. t These men are trained men — they KNOW electricity as applied to farm use. They can advise you as to the size of plant you should have. Delco-Light is a complete electric light arul power plant for farms anil country homes, self -cranking — dir-cooled — ball bearings — no belts — only one place to oil — l hick Plates, long-iivetl Storage Battery —RUMS ON KEROSENE. They can see that your hoi:re uni barn are properly wired— They can superintend the installation of the plant so that it will £ive you the most efficient and economical service. They can give you intelligent advice as fo the pur chase and use of water system, washing machine,, churn, separator, milking machine and other nu - ances that you can operate with the eiecinc.,./ furnished by Delco-Light. And—after the plant is installed they arc ahva'O near-by to advise with you and see that you get one hundred per cent satisfaction out oi its operation— Delco-Light is lightening labor, bettering living conditions and actually Paying for itself in time ansi labor saved in more than 75,000 farm homes. I DELCO-LIGHT f DOMESTIC ELECTRIC CO., Stamps, Ark., Dealer. W. I*. GALLOWAY CO, 412-416 Center St. Little Reek, Ark. (Distributor) The Domestic Engineering Company, Dayton, Ohio 4-4' 4- !-4-4- »- > 4- ■! 4-; -4- ■ -4-' -4-; -4-; 4: i FOR FARM LOANS * v *j* I - - * 4 Reasonable Rate of 4 Interest and Terms to | * Suit Yourself, see 4. I B. C. PHILLIPS i 4 Vshdoivn, ,\rk. ' C. . 4 .4 4; 4 .4 4 • 4 4 4 4 4 4.; 4. 4-' 4 4 4 4 4 4 444 4 4 ■ 4 'We Are Not Satis- t - - 4 y 4 fied Unless Yon Are’ * - - rt« 4 - 4 CLEANING, PRESSING v r and ALTERATIONS 4 ; ♦ 4 Agency * 4 BLAIR’S IDEAL LAUNDRY v 4 yi 4 Paris, Texas f, 4 * 4 All Work Called For and * v * 4 Delivered. 4 4 .▼ 4 * l HOME BUYS TLG. 1,0. $ 4 Phone 151. 4. t -•J*- -•!». ♦J* -•£»- -4*e~ _ -»t*. . -4J*. ->%»- ‘ -*C« ^.h1*'. ^ ■•4^*!■*5**,-*£*■ -«!•• - ♦ CALL ON US ! 4 4 When in need of a 4 v Loan | J 4 t or any kind of 4 Real Estate J y 4 YEAGER & JONES ± -a V' V V" Y T*- "•Jp". *JB'. *V , V - 4* .*, ♦ Let’s Go * t TEXARKANA i ♦ DISTRICT * ♦ FAIR ; 2 AND $ CARNIVAL : l OCTOBER 29 ♦ J to * ♦ NOVEMBER I '£ ♦ Inclusive + 4* — x Live-Stock and Poultry $ ♦ * Jl 4- Farm and Garden Pro- ^ ducts, Culinary and Tex- £ tiles. Boys’ and Girls’ * v Club Work, and the '* 4* 4* 4* 4* ♦ Ccmmutrify ExhiLts t Especially | X Fair exhibits must lie in place 4, •t# -V X by Wednesday night, October lit). 4. 4* ■,* and open to the public the next 4* moriiimr. October 30th. 4* 4. Let’s Go. f 4r ' 4* 4*-4*- i-4* 1-4* 4* -4* -4* -4* 1-4*! -4* 4* Warning Order. In the Little River Chancery Court, Little River cm uty. Ark Aggie Hun • i', i laintifi vs Albert Hunter, defen dant. The defendant. Albert Hunter is hereby warned to appear in this court within thirty days and answer the complaint of the plaintiff herein, \ggie Hunter Witness m\ hand and tiie seal of said court this 20th day of October, 1010 das. H Williams, Clerk (Reynolds Steel Atty for Pitt Ren Shaver. Atty. ad litem. w-11-32 Warning: Order. In the Little River Chancery Court, Little River county. Ark. .1 W. West, plaintiff vs. Jim Milam et al, defen dants. The defendants. Jim Milam, Mrs Sam Williams, Mrs. Richard Milam, widow, and the unknown heirs of Richard Milam, deceased, are here by warned to appear in this court within thirty days and answer the complaint of the plaintiff herein, J.W. West. Witness my hand and the seal of said court this 22rd day of Septem - her, 1010 Jas. H. Williams, Clerk. June R. Morrell Atty for Pltf. Geo. R Steel, Atty ad lieem. 10-15 When you put the power of adver tising promotion and its great econo mies back of your own business, you are also spreading the spirit of op timism and good will.