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*( t* Due Out uf .'!.(>00 Hate Beturncil lo Their Native Land. ('.rest Nov. 6. The last of the war tride'8 of American soldiers left here ye erday for the l.'niled Stales, on flic •vpamship Northern Pacilie There we ■.* nine women. One hundred and sc i: > -illree left Sunda m tin I daut Grant,, 'This virtually completes the “war brules work'' of the Voting Women's Christian Association. .Mrs. Syemnour if 3 V. W. G. A. executive in charge of I reign work, said: “l am proud of our American boys. So far as is known one war bride is cmnim baick of nearly 3,600 we sent to the United States." --o DOUBTS l’K AUK IS LASTING Vihi Bethniaiiii.llollvveg Thinks Pres ent Treat} is' Unjust. ■ Berlin. Nov. 6. Or Von P.ethmann H uSweat, the former German eluieeel lor, stated in the course i Ins i -ii tr a tty today before Mi sub emnv.itl. «• of the national assembly that lie did n a believe T "ing Tie war. ml doe-| not now belie\ ■■ in a lastin’ peace. Herr N on I’.ei-ini:i:.ii-l!oll ■' eg. :t his | lull 1 .. • WMIW ./VT.Tlg -• • > ':rtr •* - •• • ' »■ ■ I answers to the members of the sub committee, who are endeavoring to de termine the question of responsibility for the war, said that the peace terms suggested by Germany December 12 lain, were a compromise betweeen tin views ;;f the military am! political au tit oritties As regards our sirategic demands regarding Itelgium -ftid the fasten frontier. 1 do not believe that t comparatively long period of peace would lie granted us. i am still today unable to believe in a lasting peace particularly after we have had exhibit ed !o us the state of mind in which the entente lias founded what it calls a teal peace." -o WON’T Hl.iTNIl HANSON Mexican Government Hefnses Heqnol ity American Consul. Washington. Nov. K The Mexican government, according to Fexico City newspapers, has refused to refund to William <1 Jenkins. American consu lar agent at Puebla, the $lf>n.inm ran som money which Jetil: ins attorney . .is forced to pay Mexican bandits iu ord r to procure his release after he a kidnapp d 1 ndntit A M W CAMUOATK Sneed Powell Aon Would He Candi date for Governor. Little Rack. Nov. C (Special) — There is a persistent rumor in poli tical circles that Snead Powell, of , Camden, has decided to become a can didate for governor. The story was repented by several persons, who ch anted to be informed, but it was not possible to verify it positively. Should he enter the nice it would greatly complicate an already complex situa tion --o 1101,1(1 AG, COAL Railroad Administration Is Holding Goal from Consumers. Little Rock. Nov. ti. — (Special) — Governor lirough yesterday wired ILF. Hash. <it St. Louis. Regional Director of Railroads: "Lump coal for retail dealers is j being held here by the railroads. This ■icoal ltas already been sold for do le,. s:ic consumption. The dealers ask this coal hi turned over to them : ;v :! li' er.v. Should the weather turn cold tiler" will be a lot of suffering." nc m.v -cm awim.' i.v---^3ir«rrB w-mji-.i •sno.-ri ■cj-fwfv.x vjitviijb ecee -t*~ £H I BIT ED FREE IN PAIlADEl i■ .V-W- -j . . •-■w ’tt.w.-samser E&KmVinbi ..ummhuwv.whk* *P»rar rr-imn—nn-ri»-T - 11 «« wnim Wii'IhTniiirltTiriMii ■ ! * ..; r 11DW * IN 1 1 2 WORLD I $ juac-me.i««aaiHMt mfiiiii — 11 r-wm' k . i«xac»r,-taB3irrytv v, .~ --ry-JTW«»v*v\7&fXt.MAY/A> ■■■■!» jjiarirw.iiM B c ’vs jfm-'F'A -m. t iswb®* %■«*, %£•* rL §'%§ 8^M , f +>L. .&u. ysL <»t*. JUstUKf J^tSBSKU^ e -»■ Wipmw I ' BIG ;' te^ff WILD* . i ! ■ TH REE A - ANIMAL rjji.T<3 'vr^Kvt4 // CTDnifi :qp|^/ Sfc>AlsK^^$fe*JAs*i^ AMD 7ft” FAMOUS |FRED BUCHANAN. DANCING BOSSES ] The Highest Class Act in America cr Europe, presenting the Horse Show Winners “Texas Tommy” in his famed Chicken Reel, “White Sox” the Two-Stepping Horse, “Lady Virginia” the Van . derbilt Mare in her New York Sensation, “Tango Chief” of New York Hippodrome ,* Fame, “Gov, Lee.” Marsnall Foch,” “Black Jack,” “Clamenceau,” i under the personal direction of Max Sabel himself 3 RINGS - 2 STAGES - STEeT ARENA - WILD WEST - HORSE SHOW THE BiGG£S~T~wYLD ANIMAl'cIRCUS IN THE WORLD DOUBLE LENGTH CARS XJ Equal to 60 Freight Cars 700 PEOPLEi 500 HORSES OAA EDl'CATEl) A N I VI A Ij > AVI -Ol' — A X*«i, si 1 wJ H^D ELEPHANTS^ ■? A ^ VViid Animals E? >sH'ttjd llUU FREE IN PARADE llOS WAGONS « ___ ! O ELECTRIC f V fjh!T s <6 PLANTS I TL'NNV ..CA | "J Cj.OVV^’S O J I .tKaviNnaijim. n •.» Trained LIONS LEOPARDS PUMAS TIGERS POLAR BEARS BLACK BEARS SEA LIONS ELEPHANTS CAMELS HORSES ZEBRAS PONSES i MONKEYS | —-—— \ LION LOOPS*THE LOOPS J ——i BIGGEST WILD AW3MAL ACT IN THS WORLD-MORE POLAR BEAKS WITH \ t VAHK£E ROBINSON THAW ALL OTHER SHOWS COMBINED j ELEPHANTS, CAMELS, LLAMA AND ZEBRAS TOGETHER IN ONE RING A LION THAT LOOPS THE LOO? POLAR BEARS SHOOT THE CHUTES 20—TRAINED LIBERTY HORSES—20 — HI I —I IMII ■III! ■ hum *■ ii w»i hi i mu u - .&I.UL •UMUMMBMMK n—■—win mm COMICAL AEROPLANE MONKEYS GROUPS OF LIONS, LEOPARDS, PU-j MAS AND BEARS IN A BIG ARENA f MBA4M»«ri'Wjaii«muran’\ r Mwuw-'-iT, —i i ojli ■ ■» ■ j THE HORSE-BACK RIDING LEOPARDI ■MrfcjMtn'-; jmrM. «—.**.t *-i ^a——mb—bjwk——■———w——a—do d MUSICAL AND SINGING SEA LIONS $25,000 CHALLENGE TEXAS TOMMY GREAT GOLF FLAYING ELEPHANTS ryi ninrr"~ —— — ■■-m-m *... ■ ■. | mm ii-rMUrrii S IH RB FOR THE CHILDREN: Performing Dogs, Monkeys, Cats, ij 3 *-4i alt $ | Pigs, Goats, Birds, SneEand Fames, Twelve Russian \Vo!£ | r Hounds, direct from Count ohouwoIofFs Famous Kennels? ni^MmHniiaaMMuMjiHMwMBaannBBraiun'jiu».«- ir.gnmyr yyyy-n rj wni ■ 111 it,'t*»~ 1 "• T" ■' i "• t*~ r~~~*7-r~ T¥Trmii«■ i i ■»—mat— a 1H1 IP £**¥"111 A CHAMPION WRESTLER OF THE WORLD will appear with Ufl r E I ES Yankee Robinson Circus during the season and wTi!l forfeit $100 1 labw i a I lira to any man he cannot win a fall from in fifteen minutes. This (. challenge is open to the world.* One thousand dollars if Stecher, Ctddock, Zbyszko, Lewis, or any recognized wrestler will accept this challenge. Plestina fill forfeit one thousand dollars if he cannot win three falls from Caddoek in 90 minutes ^ I I I ■■ I I •'■■■I III I II II .*'*• v, SLD’S greatest attractions WILL POSITIVELY EXHI^T^AT TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 11th | A GOOD WAY TO BEAT Hm GOST OF LIVING < .n il of National Het'cnse Mas Issu ed 13. C. I-. Homed}. Produce More. I .inle Hook. Nov. 7.— (Special)—‘Tlie Council m' National Defense lias issu ed a statement concerning the high cost of living, which is being distri buted through the State Military De partment. "Work, save, co-operate* produce.” This is the conclusion that is reach ed after a statement of the causes and the possible remedies. After a careful investigation, the Council finds: That the nation's productive powers have not been fully utilized since the;' armistice; I That too few goods, notably the tie- j cessities of life, have been produced. I ■ and that even some ol' these goods j have been withheld from the market,,, land therefore from the people j That the high cost of living is due j in part, to unavoidable war waste and;, i .neroase of money and credit. Tirui !here has been and is consid- j: ■ Table i ■ ileering, intentional and tin-’, lilt« tit ion;; 1. The Council believes that the remedy j; l'or t - p u.c ie:i are: I j To •, 1,1 ,- nr -re "nods and to pro- | (iuce i iictii in props,rdou to ill.1 needs of ; . 1 :" ' ■ !| To .I...UP out protii vftiig and stop;, unneces ary hoar dug. To * a■'(>;■( e vigorously present laws < and it, n: iptly to enact such liirtlier , 1 li.ws iis ;;.■»* Ui‘C‘»'ssa I > 11) ]■ invent . punisi; profiteering and needless hoarding. To hi dug about better co-operation .aid method in diaHi Uniting and mar keting goods. To keep noth producer and consum er fuily informed as to what goods are need d and as to vvlm,t supplies are a vailable. >(i1ic in' ( (imirniatii.il and Warning Order. In ihe Little River Chancery Court, A. L. Cathey plaintiff, vs The unknown : heir:; of Joe Xasli and Joseph C. Coop er defendants. Notice is hereby given that there lias been filed in my oiliee, j as clerk of the Little diver County Chancery Court, a petition for the eon j firniation of the title to the following lands iying and being situate in the County of Little River, State of Arkan sas, to-wit: The north half! Ni of Lots One (1) Two (2) and Three (3). and all of Lots Four (4), Five (5) and Six (6), Block Eighteen (18), in the Town of Wilton, Little River County. A i kansas. And the quieting of the ti tle to the same in A. L. Cathey, the plaintiff herein. All persons claiming said lands, or any interest therein, and especially the unknown heirs of Joe Nash and Joseph C. Cooper, defend ants are hereby warned to appear in the Little River Chancery Court, with in the time and manner provided by law and show cause why said title to the herein described land should not. be quieted and confirmed in A. L. Cat hey. ihe plaintiff herein. Witness my band as Clerk of the Little River Chancery Court and the seal thereof on ibis the 14th day of October, lfilfi. J 's. H. Williams. Clerk of the Chan cery Court. Ben Shaver, Atty. for Pe titioner. Sat Continuation Notice. Notice is hereby given: That Henry Patton has this day tiled in tho Chan cery Court of Little River County, Ar kansas, his petition praying the court to quiet and confirm his title to the following described land in said coun ty, towit The SVv'l of the NK1,, section township 11 sou h, range 31 west. Therefore, all persons who claim any interest in said land are hereby warned to appear at the November Term. 1919 of said court and show cause why the tiiIt* should not be quieted and con firmed in the plaintiff. And Soloman Idler, Katherine Jane Anderson. Al fred Sutton, Vicoria Dumas and Alex Gregory are hereby specially warned to apnear in said court at said time and show cause, if any they have, why the title should not be quieted and con firmed in t.1 a plaintiff. In witness whereof, I have hereunto set my hand and the seal of said court on this the I 9th day of October, 1919. Ja,s. H. Williams, Circuit and Chancery Clerk. 84-S -o POOR FOR STRIKKRS Commissary is Opened Near Pittsburg According to Reports. Pittsburg. Nov. fi.—First reports of a * establishment of a commissary near Pittsburg to distribute food to strikers and their families in need came teday from union headquarters at Natrona, Penn., where hundreds of uool workers formerly employed at the Jlleghney and West Pennsylvania Steel Companies, reside. The first carload of food was sent to Natrona today, according to reports at head-1 quarters, and will be distributed: through a ration system to families of five or less in semi-weekly allotments. I axtxtiitxtxtxxxxixxitixixxxxxxxixtiiixxixxxtxxxtixxixxtiixxiiiixxxxixixxiixittxxtxitamxxmxttxxtxii I PLAINVIF.W STOCK FARM ! (i ♦ [? j. A. Me )0NLD, Proprietor Ashdown, - - Arkansas : f - ' --- f —. ♦ || Raiser and Breeder of Best \ *. Strains of Register*:*! I I Big Bone j S Poland China \ 1 Hogs ♦ _ ♦ »♦ X i; Satisfaction Always Given ok Money Refunded l ;-"t*--"j*-.;- ■mK«30K|HX< l LANDS FOR SALE. I fofonev to Loan on Improved Farms. *» j; 1,000 acres good upland far sale at $20 per acre, f 1=8 or more cash, balance in 7 equal annual pay '< inents at 6 per cent per annum. Also good improv f- ed anknd farms from $30 to $50 per acre on same C terms. Wiii take Liberty Bonds in part paymerc v (r ■ I! payment and pay 105 cents on the dollar for jt them See me if you want to buy land. }. K, Sr, HODDF.S, Msry Public. It III’in: !N SANI>LKSON H! iLDINL Ashdown. Arkansas. ocirsmiw . • rvnjaiamawKiaaw!iHin! *ra n’jn/fjra/Mxufmi'anftm-t-,jt f 4 ->< v -?•-;-?*•-»2*-;-*5r»-;-“5* -;;-*i»»;j; ? You Are Invitee! to Make Cur Store Your Headquarter* 5* ’While in TEXARKANA. I H. V. BEASLEY MUSIC CO. b 111 Ea A Broad Street. I*. Pianos Player Fiaros Victrolas Everything In Music l Write fer catalog j» :^i -*«*■- !• v$ -•***! -"I*-i i-*v -4* - *iv -*!*•.-v-.-*2',-*!*-'• *2*-i -4*-!-4*-!-4b- i •I**-i-4»-i'-4»-’-4*-.'-A->-< I \ Cash or Easy Payments I All the land and timber formerly owned by the Nashville Lumber Company, in Howard, Sevier, Little River and Hempstead Counties. LEVELLING & PRICE-WILLIAMS Bank of Nashville Building Nashville, Arkansas \ .»7I7«\V. i -rr- • • * • • • ■ * > • • • • » > • • • • . • • * . 4 . -4- . 4 1 ~r 1 i , » i Who Is Responsible For the I High Cost of Living? T i In a great way the people are. I say I grocer sell foodstuff at 20 per cent high 4 er than his competitor, and yet the peo j p!e bought the high priced article, i Ail during the war we sold P. & W. ! Quinine for $1.50 an ounce when it was 4 worth $2 an ounce wholesale, and our | competitors were selling it at $2.50 and 4 $3, and yet they sold lots of quininf. I Who is to blame in these cases: Ike 4 public, of course. We will admit that | there has been a great deal of profiteer 4 ing, but if your merchant puts an un | reasonable price on an article, end you 4 know it and then buy it, who is to blame? | Who is the sucker? In this case do we 4 need legislation? No, we need a little | Common sense. Today the Model Drug Co. is selling Quinine at $2 an oz. a, while the others are getting $3 an oz. Power and Weight 4. man, the best qninine mrde, $2 an ounce. Not only quinine ^ but a great many other articles we sell at far less than our f competitors. Yet the people go on kicking about the high cost of living and go on buying at the high prices when they X could buy stuff for one third less. Yours for Prices, | MODEL DRUG CO.