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FARMERS WILL TAKE
A HAND m THE STRIKE Agricultural Organizations Will Hriiitr Pressure to Hear oil the '! iaers. Washington. Nov. 6.—Agriculture is proposing to oiler ils services in a Iiaiol y wn\' in i lie coal Strike. 1 hi National Hoard of Farm Organizations which has on ils roll i t sce-iei ie ■•. an ions and associations with a continued membership said to be in excess of 1 wo million, is to bring its general board together to consider iconclia tory measures. Letters calling toe members to Washington were sent out last night. The farmers believe they are In a strong tactical position which might lead the labor leaders to include their ears f.i any proposition which agti oulture might advance. On Decem ber l:l is to lie held the conference between representatives ol organized labor, the railroad brotherhoods and t the organized farmers at Washing ton. Its original intention was to take up possible co-operative measures be en indtt 1 ry and labor Which would i.a,i to bring producer and consumer c.u.aT togclher. Labor lias ''entered j;- tie,in on shorter hours and higher wag. s. which has been a pul! on tin I iu,;t .cost of living inert v-gu-roti'id. llcetmtitj ihe IH med' • The farmers argue that much more would he accomplished if efforts were dived ad to saving more out ot t he weekly pay envelope and to making I he dollar stretch itself hy cutting out unnecessary parts of the toll from farm to kitchen. 'boat was in their minds wlu n they accepted the invi 1;1! ion to attend the December con ference, hut. like the rest of tlie- public, they will not go there in au\ happy fvnme of mind towards organized la bor if the coal strike is still on and the movement of crops and loodstuiw luis come to a halt for lack of coal. Modern farming is almost as de pendent in the long run on real as is industry. Without it. crops do mu. move to market, creamery and cheese : ctories, parking plants and eleva tors and the rest of the industrial .Mid of food production are paralyzed iml even the gas engine, the hardest working farm labor nowadays, stops chugging for lack of gasoline. All of which leads to agriculturists to re mark that they have a high stake m the strike, and they argue that as one partially organized portion of the public at large, they may get some where in seeking to mediate between organized labor and organized capital. Then, too, in approaching labor as a tentative peace maker, the leaders of the farmers’ organizations say that in the remit industrial conference the agricultural deputation in the capital block was for the Com pel’s declaration upon collective bargaining as was the entire public and labor group, which might lend additional weight to any overtures they may make. -—o-— < imiirmiitmn Notirr. Notice is iierehy given: That the Beal-Burrow Dry Goods Company has this day filed in the Chancery Court ■ it' Little River County, Arkansas, its petition praying the court to quiet and confirm its title to the following land in said county, towit: The SKI of the S\V', of section SI. township 11 south, range -'.it west; and tiie NW \ of the WV1 of section 6, township 1- south range fin west. Therefore, all persons claiming any interest in said land are hereby .earned to appear at the Nov ember term, 1919, of said court and show cause why the title should not be quieted and confirmed in the plaintiff And Thomas M. Dillard. Elisha Har bour, Helen Taylor, executrix of the list will and testament of David Tay lor. Henry Taylor, individually, B. .T. Snodgrass and Samuel L. Anderson are in rehy specially warned to appear in said court within thirty days and show cause why the title should not be lietod and confirmed in the plaintiff to said land. Given under my hand nd the seal of this court on this the D>th day of October, 1919.—Jas. H. Wil liams, Circuit and Chancery Clerk.w-87 TEACHERS GET RAISE. state >ormal Board Raises the Salar ies of Their Teachers. Little Rock, Nov 6—(Special!—At a meeting of the State Normal Board yesterday, a slight increase was granted in the salaries of the teachers tor the remaining eight months of the term. A pettion was received from grad uates of the Normal asking that two more years be added to the two years course, making a four years collegiate course. The petition was held over for investigation. There are now 290 teachers enrolled in the Normal, and it is expected that the total enrollment will be increased to 42f> before the year is over. Ninety of these enrolled are boys, and they have no dormitory accommodations. There are two hundred girls, half of whom have dormitory facilities and others must board with private fami lies. ST I Mi RELAY IN NO. I> Supreme Cntirl c,rants AYrit of Error in A slulow ii - \Y ilton Road. Little Rock. Nov. ti -- (Special) •— chief Justice .McCulloch yesterday granted a writ of error to the Supreme Court of the United Stales in the case of the Kansas City Southern and the Texarkana A- Fort Smith Railway Co. against Retail Improvement District Xo. ti of Little iti' -r county. This is ihe third case of the same kind that has been taken to the highest court from Arkansas, the Issue involved be ing the contention of the railway com I panics that excessive assessments of! I benefits have been made against rail- ! 1 road property for the construction of; I public high ways. Tile other cases j | went up from Prairie and Monroe ! counti's --o Heartburn, heaviness in the stom-' j ach, bloated feeling. coated tongue, J had breath, dizziness and vertigo ! (blind staggers) can be ttuiekiy re lieved b\ Prickly Ash l!itt'*rs. Men • a ho have used it say they can eat j heartily without misery, where before; i they tried it the most healthful food I seemed to get them out of fix. Price $1.25 per bottle. Model Drug Store, special agents adv. ( oiilirinniinn Notice. Notice is Hereby given: That. J. W. Walker has this day filed in the Chancery Court of Little .Silver county, Arkansas, liis petition praying the i court to quiet and confirm his title to the foih wing described land in said county, tov.it: The NW', of the SIS', "is j.,11 J.-,. ton nship 11 ,-onth tv - •1 ivcst. Therefore, ali persons who claim any interest in said land are ii"reln warned to appear at tit<■ N'ov emhc ' Term. thin, of said court and show cause why the fifle should not be ouieied and confirmed in the plain tiff. And Solomon Doer. Katherine •lane Anderson. Alfred pulton, Vic toria Lumas and Alex Gregory are hereby specially warned 10 appear in said court at said time and show cause, if any they have, why the title should not he quieted and confirmed in the plaintiff, in witness win i eof, 1 have hereunto set my hand ami ihe sea) of said conn on iliis the hlii d of (^ctober. ]!<ir> .las ll W i i J i circuit and Chancery fierk. 84-S - o I Ill'S your -c m :cell feel bloated ; fior ■ariu'C I o yoi, liave sour risings, ' < i'l'i I; 1 -;i •■! i -■ of di/./.iuess, a ml coii.-u ij'i.ti-d tioweis? If so. Prickly Asii iiMcr- is the medicine for you Men w o use ii find it exactly suited for such di orders. Price $1.25 per bottle. .Model Drug Store special fgents -adv. V I 1,1' JJMt I.K rifll KS Vi'oiial a ouhr.v. Bailer and Egg V< M.iiiilion l«i did ( ipiisiiiner. i if i:-d Nov. •>. 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