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House New If you don’t like the appearance of your house, let us show you how to make it modem and attractive. You will be surprised to see what a big difference a few small changes will make. Repairs an Investment Proper remodeling and repairs greatly increase the value of your prop erty. We can furnish you good prac tical ideas for repairing and moderniz ing all types of buildings, whether for town or farm. And we can supply all the ma terials necessary at prices that will mean big savings. J. R. BOWLES Building Service and Material Ashdown. ■ Arkansas. Long Distance Telephone Calls Toll rails vary in diameter and In the cost to the telephone company. The present toll schedule classifies toll calls and charges to meet the requirements of users at a cost com liiensurate with the service rendered. The classifications are: STATION TO STATION CALLS, Where the calling party, when placing his call, specifies called telephone number only, or “ANYONE” at a place of business or residence. Kates for this service as classified into Day, Evening, and Night rates. The evening rate is effective from 8:30 p. m. to 12:00 midnight. The night rate is effective from 12:00 to 4:30 a. m. Because the telephone company is not required to locate a particular iterson the use of its facilities is re duced to a minimum: hence, the service is quicker and can be given at a lower rate. PEiiSON-TO-PEllSON CALLS. Where the calling party in placing ills call specifies a particular person at a specified telephone, place of business or residence. APPOINTMENT CALLS. When the calling arty in placing his call specifies a particular person at a telephone, place of business or residence and further specifies that he will talk at a staled time only, i MESSENGER CALLS. Where the calling party in placing his call specifies a particular person and it Is necessary in order to complete the call, for the telephone company to ar range for and send a messenger to notify the calld party to com to a telephone. In subsequent announcement, we will explain how you may save money on toll calls by selecting the service most adap tab! to your needs. Southwestern Bell Telephone Co. Big Money Making Shingles The Williams Up-to-Date Shingle Outfit will make 5,000 to 10,000 shingles per day. Power feed, bolting attachment, edger and knot saw; small power required; simple and durable. Write for description and1 price. JAMES B. SEDBEKUI, President, Williams Mill Mffg. Company of Arkansas Manufacturers and Jobbers of Saw Mills and Woodworking Machinery. Elaine Negro Cases will Go to U. S. Supreme Court Little Rock, May 19.—(Special) — An application for a writ of certiarri will be made to the United States Su preme Court in the case of Frank Moore, Ed Hicks, Paiul Hall, Joe Knox, Frank Hicks and Ed Coleman, negroes under sentence of death for murder in connection with the Pril lips county riots in this state last October. Tire application, attorneys for the negroes said, v/ould be based on the constitutional rights of the negroes for a “fair and impartial trial.” which they allege was not given the negroes in Phillips county circuit court. The cases off six other negroes con victed under the same charge were remanded for new trial by the state supreme court which resulted in a second conviction of murder in each .case. Their cases also will be taken to 'the United States supreme court if their sentences are affirmed by the state supreme court. Attorneys for the state say they will contest the application. -o PREACHER FOR McAIKH) Rev. Fletcher Preaches a Sernian and Boosts Mr. McAdoOv Little Rock, May 19.—(Special) — An interesting sermon was preached Sunday night by the Rev. P. C. Flet cher of the First M. E. church, on “Politics." Dr. Fletcher is a close student of public affairs jj,nd spoke plainly about state and national poli tics, calling upon his hearers to adopt high ideals in their selection of of ficials. He predicted that McAd'oo would be the Democratic nominee, that the Republicans would nominate Gov. Lowdcn. and that Gov, Johnson would be the nominee of a Republican fac tion. o Are Irving ts Cut the High Css! cf Slothing in Capita! Little Hock, May lit.—(Special) — The campaign against the high price of clothing is on in Little Rock. Prac tically every dry goods house in the city has started a drive on H. C. L. Prices had been maintained at a high level until last week when the move ment for reduction became epidemic. New the di'.Hy papers are carrying one, two and four page ad's announc ing the slashing of prices to figures approximating pre-war times. The large department stores led in the movement with 20 per cent re duction on everything in its stock, in cluding all lines of dry goods, mens and womens ready-to-wear, and shoes. Every article in the store, with the exception of a few restricted lines is being offered, so it is claimed, at less price than the house would be requir ed to pay for the goods if they were purchased' today in the wholesale markets. One of the largest exclusive shoe houses has announced a reduc tion Of 5 to 2t> per cent on all Its stocks. One of the big merchants says: “We have decided that we will do our share toward the drive to convince manufacturers and producers that the peak in prices lias not only been reached, but that reduction must be gin. It is an earnest, sincere desire to assist in reducing the H. C, L. to the people of Little Rock and Arkan sas. What we are doing is done with the hope that our best friends the great army of workers, will see that the only way the country can get low er prices, and. at the same time, sus tain the high wages that labor is en titled to under present conditions, is to sand by the machinery and speed up production, instead of shortening hours. The production which the country needs must be supplied. It is the scarcity of things which makes prices high." -o Warning Order. In the Little River Chancery Court. Little River county, Ark. C., A. Rees, plaintiff vs. B, C. Jenkins, et al. defen dants. The defendants, Roy C. Camp bell. G E. Cobb,. J. R. McEntyre, A T. Simpson and M. Murphy, are hereby warned to appear in this court within thirty days and answer the complaint of the plaintiff C. A. Rees. Witness mv hand and the seal of said court this 39th day of May, 1920.—Jas, II. Williams, Clerk, Jas. D. Head, Attv for Fuf. A. P. Steel, Atty ad lit em. «J-1£ TEXARKANA GR1MVS Twin City Shows mi Increase of 27.8 Per Cent. Washington, May 19.—The census bureau announces that Texarkana, Texas-Arkansas, has 19,737 people, in crease of 4,392 or 27.8 per cent. Texarkana, Texas, 11,480 and Tex arkana, Ark., 8,.57. Dallas, increased1 68,872; percentage 72.6, GOOD mileage, good looks, good traction—all to an extreme degree—are features of these tires. In their making and in their selling, the Fisk ideal is a vital factor. The Fisk Ideal: “To be the best concern in the world to work for, and the squarest concern in existence to do business with.’* Next Time—BUY FISK Ashdown Motor Company Tr«ff»Mi»k R*« U § >•< Off Time- to Re>tire7 <Buy Fills) Smead Powell Candidate for Governor of Arkansas will speak at Ashdown at 1 P. M Tuesday, May 25, 1920. He will also speak at— ->Iluorsl Spring's Tneday. May ul S p. in. Center Point Wednesday, May 2t>th, at 1 p. in. Hierks .. Wednesday, Hay 20th at 8 p. m. Loekeshurg, Thursday, Way '27th at 1:30 p. in. Horatio . Thursday, May '27lh at 8 p. m. HeQueen Friday. '2sth at 1:30 p. in. Nashville. Saturday, May '2!tth at 2 p. hi. New Improved Pony Gang Edgers Just the thing tor small Saw Mills cutting 5'000 to 15,000 feet of lumber per day. Write for complete description and price. JAMES B, SEDKERRY, President. Williams l^ill Mfg. Company of Arkansas TEXARKANA, ARK. Mil ituincf urers and Jobbers of Saw Mills, shingle .Mills and Farm .Machinery, Warning Order. In the Little River Chancery Court, Little River county, Arkansas. Laura Kimble, plaintiff vs. Jam'es Kimble, de fendant. The defendant, James Kim ble is hereby warned to appear in this court within thirty days and answer the complaint of the plaintiff herein, Laura Kimble. Witness my hand and the seal of said court, thiS 4tli day of May, 1920.—Jas. H. Williams, Clerk. June R. Morrell, Atty for Pltf. Geo. R. Steel, atty ad litem. 5-29 -o Warning Order. In the Little River Chancery Court, Little River county, Ark. Minnie Kim bree, plaintiff vs. Sylvester Kimbree, defendant. The defendant. Sylvester Kimbree is hereby warned to appear in this court within thirty days and answer the complaint of the plaintiff herein, Minnie Kimbree. Witness my hand and the seal of said court this 5th day of May, 1920.—Jas. H. Wil liams. Clerk. DuLaney & Steel, Atty. for P'ltf. Jno. J. buLaney, atty. ad litem. 5-29 -o ('until niatlon Mice and Warning Order. Notice is hereby given that there has been tiled in my office as Clerk of the Chancery Court a petition for the con firmation of the title to the following lands, to wit: Frl. SKI section 19, SJ SVVi, section 20, and Ki SWi, section 20, all in township 13 South, range 32 west, also all of frit section 10 town ship 14S. range 32 west, also all of frl. section 3. township 14 S., range 28 west and the quieting of the title to the; same in A. A, Cleveland petitioner1 therin, and all persons whomsoever claiming any inierest in said ands are hereby warned to appear in the Little diver county Chancery court within1 time allowed by law and show cause why the title of the petitioners should not be confirmed. J. M. V. Shreve is 1 hereby especially warned to appear in said court within the time allowed by law and answer the petition of the petitioner herein. Given under my; hand and seal of said court on this , lOtli day of April, 1920.—Jas. H. Wil- j liams. Clerk of the Little River Chan- j eery Court. Reynolds & Steel, ttys, for petitioner. Ben Shaver, attorney ad litem. 29-w -o BUY “DIAMOND DYES” DON'T RISK MATERIAL Each package of “Diamond Dyes” con tains directions so simple that any woman can dye any material without streaking, lading or running. ‘Druggict baa color card—lake go war dye I FOR FARM LOANS —at a— Reasonable Rate of Interest and Terms to Suit Yourself, see B. C. PHILLIPS .Notary l’ubllc I’hone 210 Ashdown, Ark. mflU” 2 can generally be warded off by l keeping the bowels open and tile |» liver working actively. Now is |, the critical time to cleanse the ? body of lurking malaria germs. ^ Purify the blood now and at the i same time guard against influ SCHAAP’S LAXATIVE . CHILL tonic does this by destroying malaria germs and making the blood pure and vigorous. Acts on the liver, and moves the bowels without taking calomel. For sale by most druggists. Mailed direct for 60c, if your druggist can t supply you. 60c a bottle at Drug Stores. JOHN SCIIA.VP A SONS Fort Smith, Ark. : FARM LOANS : WANTED LOW HATH OF INTEREST TERMS TO SUIT RORROWER Money Ready as soon as the Abstracts Show Good Title Yeager & Jcttes DODSON mis IDE HORROR OFCllOHEL You Don’t Need to Sicken, Gripe* or Salivate Yourself to Start Liver. You’re bilious, slugs1311, constipated. You feel headachy, your stomach may bo sour your breath bad, your skin sallovr ami vou believe you need vile, dangerous calomel to start liver and bowels. Here’s my guarantee! Ask your drug cist for a bottle of Dodson s Liver Ton* and take a spoonful tonight. If It doesn’t start your liver and straighten you right up better than calomel and without griping or making you sick I want you to go back to the store and get your money. _ Take culomel today and tomorrow you will feel weak and sick and nauseated. Don't lose a day. Take a spoonful of harmless, vegetable Dodson s Llver,^““a tonight and wake up feeling splendid. It is perfectly harmless, so give it to you* children any time. It can’t salivate.