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Light,Tasty Biscuits l Just let mother call, “Biscuits for Breakfast T’ WVre sure there’s a treat that can't be beat in store for us — light, tender biscuits — toasty brown and all puffed up with goodness! For mother is sure of her baking powder—Calumet. She never disappoints us because CALUMET « BAKING POWDER 11 never disappoints her. It’s dependable. Results 1| always the same—the best. | Try it. v i Calumet contains only such ingre dients as have been approved offi cially by the U.S.Food Authorities. You Save When You Buy It. You Save When You Use It. UirUEQT quality niunLd I AWARDS PLAIMVIEW STOCK FARM J. A McDONALD, Proprietor Ashdown, * - Arkansas iRaiserand Breeder of Best Strains of Registered Big Bone Poland China Hogs Satisfaction Always Given or Money Refunded “Cranny” Chamberlain Bronchitis “There is no disease that should cause more anxiety in the home than Bronchitis, for if neglected in the earlier stages it often becomes chronic and may even prove fatal. Chamberlain’s Cough Remedy is the medicine for this disease, and if given in regular doses will relieve the cough, ease the pain, remove the difficulty in breathing and produce a free and easy expectoration, thus reducing the inflammation. Old people, and those who have weak lungs, cannot be to® careful in guarding against this disease. Chamberlain’s Cough Remedy strengthens the throat and lungs and makes them less susceptible to changes of the atmosphere. In fact, the use of Chamberlain s Cough Remedy will prevent an attack of Bronchitis becoming chronic." 1• £yJ/kcJtL You Are Invited to Make Our Store Your Headquarters While in TEXARKANA. H. V. BEASLEt MUSIC CO. UlEast Broad Street. Pianos Player Pianos Victrolas Everything In Music Write for catalog BANKERS AGREE TO LIQUI DATE FROZEN LOANS Term is Applied to Credit Extension Permitting' .Stocks oi Merchandise to be Held In Storage. Washington, May 19.—Adoption by American bankers of the ffecommend ation of Governor Harding, of the federal reserve ' board , “to liquify frozen loans ’ was expected by board officials to alleviate the financial situa tion and to go far toward bringing down prices. Governor Harding applied the term “frozen loans ’ to credit extension per mitting large stocks of merchandise to be held’ in storage for speculative purposes. Representative King, of Illinois, re cently charged in the house that pres lines, and pressure exerted by those mittiug commodities to be kept off the market with resultant increase in prices. Legislation designed to drive food stuffs from storage is now pending in congress. It was said today that care ful withdrawal of credit from specu lators in food might accomplish more than statutory regulation. It was era* phasized, however, tna/t discrimination should be exercised’ by bankers, inas much as in many lines, the summer months pile up an accumulation of commodities for the following winter. Banks Curtailing Loans* New York, May 19.—Pursuant to their pledge to the federal reserve board, leading banking interests here today extended their campaign of de flation of credits and high, commodity prices. An the financial district, this policy already has been effective in reducing speculative loans against securities to the extent of hundreds of millions of dollars in the last fortnight. Banks in the wholesale dry goods and general merchandise districts have been proceeding along the same lines, and pressure exrted by those institutions is said to be directly re sponsible for the wave of price cutting in many lines of retail trade. Down town banks are reported to have advised drastic curtailment of loans to merchants who, for any rea son, fail to comply with the govern ment's deflation program. Importers and other dealers in the more luxurious articles of apparel, as well as manufacturers of jewelry, sil verware and other so-called non-es sentials ,are said to have received word from their banks that only the most moderate financial accommoda tions may be expected at this time. ■o Here and There in Arkansas. Sam Martin, who lives near Mena, recommends cedar tea as an effective spray in killing potato bugs. He says that last season he took small branch es from a cedar tree, put them in wa ter and brought the water to a boil. The 'tea” used as a spray killed the bugs immediately. During a recent hail storm near Mel bourne onp man lost about 20 pigs, which were literally beaten to death by the hail stones, many of which were as large as hen's eggs, John Bagwell of Acorn, Polk county, had two of his brothers to dinner with him a few days ago. It was> the first time they had dined together in 50 years. Ed Sutton Mena was working un der a house, the frame work of which had been raised. Something happened and the house slipped down on him. ft is believed his life was saved because the ground under the house was mud dy. His body was foTced into the mud. Rescuers cur a hole in the house above where the man was pin ioned and took his body out through this hole. He was unconscious when rescued. -o r SUBSTITUTE FOR COAL — Hydro-Electric Energy Discussed at E lectrical ( on volition. ! Pasadena, Calif., May 19.—Substitu tion of hydro-electric energy for the earth’s gradually depleting store of coal and oil, was the principal prob lem today before the forty-third an nual convention of the National Elec tric Light Association, which opened1 with a business session., -o TO REJECT SUFFRAGE I Baton Rouge, La., May 18.—Senator Stewart of Calcaziu parish today in troduced a resolution in the Louisi ana Senate proposing rejection of the j federal suffrage amendment. Governor Parker today received a l message from President Wilson urg ing his interest and influence in sup port of federal suffrage, —The Arkadelphia Line of Feeds for Chickens, Little Chicks and Hogs. CLOVER LEAF LAYING MASH AND CHANTICLEER SCRATCH FEED —The two objects in feeding the laying hen are to pro vide for body maintenance and to supply the nutrients required for the manufacture of eggs. —Clover Leaf Laying Mash and Chanticleer Scratch Feed are scientifically mixed, perfectly balanced feeds that not only produce MORE EGGS, but keep your hens In the very best of condition. BON AMI LITTLE CHICK FEED —For feeding little chicks from 48 hours old to th, weeks old. Correctly balanced—strengthens chicks from the start—and will get them by the period when so many little chicks drop off. A product of GCA RAN TEED satisfaction! MO-FAT HOG FEED —Start your pigs off right by.correct feeding. W > have eliminated all guesswork by preparing MO-FAT Hog Feed—^a feed that contains exactly the right proportion of all the elements necessary for scientific feeding. —MO-FAT Hog Feed is guaranteed to promote active growth in pigs and to keep them healthy. A trial sack will quickly convince you. BE SURE YOU GET “ARKADELPHIA” FEEDS —CLOVER LEAF Laying Mash, CHANTICLEER Scratch Feed, BON AMI Little Chick Feed and MO-FAT Hog Feed are made right here in Arkan sas by men who have made a study of feeding conditions in this state. These feeds mean SATISFACTION to you! Makers of “DOLLY DIMPLE” Flour “WE NEVER SLEEP” ARKADELPHIA, ARK. The Supremacy i of Stamina More than a year’s abuse in seven days and not a flaw ^ STAMINA! 5,452 miles in a week. 32^ miles pef hour, elapsed time. Continuous day and night driving on country roads, rough and frozen. This remarkable record made by Overland at Indianapolis is just another proof of Overland Serviceability and the extraordinary riding qualities of Triplex Springs. The gasoline record at 32 3^ miles per hour was 20.24 miles per gallon Ashdown Motor Company Allen Marble and Granite Works, of Texarkana Represented In Ashdown by Rev. J. P. Garrett vVILL BE GLAD TO FIGURE ON ANY MONUMENT OR GRAVE STONE WORK THAT YOU MIGHT WANT. J. P. Garrett, Ashdown LANDS FOR SALE. Monev to Loan on Improved Farms. 1,000 acres good upland far sale at $20 per acre, 1=8 or more cash, balance in 7 equal annual pay ments at 6 per cent per annum. Also goou .mprov ed upland farms from $30 to $50 per acre on same terms. Will take Liberty Bonds in part payment or all payment and pay 105 cents on the dollar for them. See me if you want to buy land. N. G. HODGES, Notary Public. Aflhdown, Arkansas.