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•1 R. S. Davis was here from Arden Friday. John Honnell was here from Allent Thursday. Tomato plants for sale.—Cobb Grain Company. Miss Francis Hill left Thursday for a visit in^Hope. Fred Gantt of Foreman was in Ash down Wednesday. >• C. W. Wright of Allene was in Ash down Wednesday. C} tKrnie Davis of Horatio was in Ash KWf'< Wednesday. Morgan is visiting relatives t ifffhope th is week, iJBL C. Hogrefe of Foreman was in ihdown Thursday. I J. E. Collins is in Mena attending to -business this week. » Tomato plants for sale —Cobb Grain Company. Geo. D. Chewning was here from Peytonville Thursday. S. K. Woldrop of Wilton was in Ash down Friday morning. Tomato plants for sale.—Cobb Grain Company. R. M. Bone made a business trip to ’Texarkana Wednesday. Mrs. Jane Flippin of Foreman was in Ashdown Wednesday. J. S. Buster of Red Bluff was trad ing in Ashdown Wednesday. Floy Denson left Thursday for Ft. Worth, Texas, to make his home. Mrs. Holt of Washington is visiting her daughter, Mrs. B. A. Hartsfied. Homer Coggin is reported to be quite sick at his home in this city. Miss Ethel Coats has been elected to a place in the DeQueen high school. Mrs. H. L. Toland and daughter, Marguerite, went to Wilton Friday for a visit. Mr. and Mrs. Foyd DeLoney of Rich mond were shopping in Ashdown Wed nesday. See “Ruling Passions” and the tri umph of Love over Hate. At the Royal Tuesday. Misses Natlie W'illiams and Willie Wood spent Wednesday evening in Texarkana. Ernest Johnson, a candidate for prosecuting attorney, was at DeQueen Thursday afternoon. Misses Louise Coats and" Mary To land were visiting relatives and friends in Wilton this week. Miss Pearl Hampton, formerly of Ashdown, and R. D. Cox ot' Dallas, were married recently. Hate and Revenge were the Ruling Passions until Mercy brought in Love. At the Royal Tuesday. Misses Blanche Norman and Juliette Orton left yesterday for a week's visit in Mineral Wells, Texas, Hoover's Electric Vacum Cleaners, the best kind at the Commonwealth Public Service Company. It is reported that young Ware ar rived home Tuesday night with small pox He lives east of town. Judge Jas. D, Shaver left Tuesday for Texarkana after holding a term of Chancery Court in this city. 'The Ashdown ball team was defeated by the Hope team at the latter place Wednesday by a score of 10 to 6. The Crystal Washers will be here in a few days. Get your order in now.— Commonwealth Public Service Co. Mr. and Mrs. J, K. Winkler of Ca bot left for their home Thursday after a visit here with their son and daugh ters. Billiousness is a disorder involving the stomach, liver and bowels. It opens the door for disease. Prickly Ash Bit ters is the right remedy. It drives out bile and impurities and makes you feel bright, vigorous and cheerful. Price ,|1.25 per bottle. Model Drug company special agents. Of the four passions—love, mercy, hate and revenge—what is your mas ter? See Ruling Passions at the Royal Tuesday. Mrs. J. W. Brewer nas returned to her home here, after an extended visit at Malvern with her mother, who has been very sick. The L. Price blacksmith shop- has changed hands. New blacksmith, prices reasonable, workmanship guar anteed.—W. E. Golden, 5-22 Dr. R. L. Meek removed the tonsils of little Miss Hazel Thrash Thursday morning and he returned to her home at Mr. and Mrs, Arch Stephens before noon. Dr. A. B. Bishop assisted in the operation. Misses Joe Faulkner, Beulah Dow den will be hostesses to the Y. W. A. Monday night. May 4, with a bunking party, and sunrise breakfast on the pond. All members are cordially in vited to come. Mrs, Boy Lambright and children left Thursday for a visit of several days at Arkadelphin. A torpid liver is a heavy handicap to a working man. It robs him of his Strength, energy and mental alertness. To remove the burden the proper rem edy is Prickly Ash Bitters. It is a fine liver, stomach and bowel medicine. Price $1,25 per bottle. Model Drug Co. special agents.—adv. SOLID OAK po«durl^wn Rockers, $4.50 Swings, $8.50 Settees, $7.50 LET US SHOW YOU Ashdown Hdw. Co, ROYAL THLA TER COMING \ Fridav and Saturday \ May 28 and 29 Norma Talmage • i m “The Daughter of Two ; Worlds” | First big: special for First Nat- « ional. If you wont thrills, ac- < tion and heart throbs that bring J| tears, then see Norma Talmadge ^ in a Daughte rof Two Woilds. ' by I^Kov Scott. It’s her gerat- * est in every way. Don’t forget 5j the (fates. May 28-29. J MONDAY Glads Rrockwell in “Broken Commandment’ A Fix Attraction With third enoside of “The Midsiight Man” featuring Jas J. Corbett TUESDAY Select Special Featuring Julia Dean and Edwin Arden, in “The Ruling Passion” Of the ruling passions there are four that make or break your life. Which is the passion that struggles for martry of your heart. See “Ruling Passions” Tuesday. P. S. Kinsworthy was here from Wilton Tuesday afternoon. RESIGNATIONS ACCEPTED Armed Citizens Force Road Improve ment Commissioners to Sign 'Em. Little Rock, May 19. — Governor Brough today accepted the resigna tions of F. H. Watson and L. Frazier, commissioners of a road improvement district in Craighead county. The resignations were signed by the two officials when faued by a crowd of armed taxpayers attending the hearing of the Chancery Court at Lake City, of an injunction suit the tax payers had brought to stop work in the district. The voluntary resignation of Chas. Craig, the third commissioner, had been mailed. Governor Brough said, and would be accepted as soon as re ceived. Governor Brough said he had re ceived word from Jonesboro that bloodshed was feared unless there was immediate action on the resignations. SAL1SSHWF0R ' K»$. QUIT NEAT Fhuh the Kidneys at once when Bach hurts or Bladder bothers—Heat forma uric acid. No man or woman who eats meat regu larly can make a mistake by flushing the kidneys occasionally, says a well known authority. Meat forma uric acid which clogs the kidney pores so they sluggishly filter or strain only part of the waste and poisons from the blood, then you get sick. Nearly all rheuma tism, headaches, liver trouble, nervous ness, constipation, dizziness, sleeplessness, bladder disorders oome from sluggish kid neys. I The moment you feel a dull ache in the kidneys or your back hurts, or if tlie I urine ■ is cloudy, offensive, full of sedi > ment, irregular of passage or attended ; by a sensation of scalding, get about four ounces of Jad Salta from any reliable pharmacy and take a tablespoonful in a glass of water before breakfast for a few days and your kidneys will then act fine. This famous salts is made from | the acid of grapee and lemon juice, eom- I bined with lithia and has been used for I generations to flush clogged kidneys and I stimulate them to activity, also to neu tralize the acids in urine so it no longer causes irritation, thus ending bladder dis orders. Jad Balts is inexpensive and can not injure; makes a delightful effer vescent lithia-water drink which ail reg ular meat eaters should take now and then to keep the kidneys clean and the blood pure, thereby avoiding serious kid ney complications. K A DISH L'ROI’ IN HEMPSTEAD Light Season, but Prices Ran High as $30 a Darrel. Hope, May 19.—The radish crop along the line of ti e P, & N. W. rail road this year was the lightest since 1916, the total shipments amounting to only 2,968 barrels as compared to 6,112 for 1919. For a few days the prices received in the markets were the highest ever received by our shippers, reaching as high as $80 per barrel. However, the average throughout the season was not over $12.50 per barrel. The expense of marketing was also about thqt highest on record, running on the average of about $6.00 per barrel including every thing from the field to the final settle ment to the grower. Taking everything into considera tion the grower has netted approxi mately $5.00 per barrl with an aver age yield? of around 40 barrels per acre or a money value of $200 to the acre. A few’ individual growers realized net profits running from $400 to $500 to the acre. We know of one grower who did his own marketing. From a little less than an acre of land he pack ed and shipped 93 barrels and cleared slightly over $5.00 per barrel or more than $465.00 to the acre. The ship ments from the different points are as follows: Arcadia. 90 barrels; Deaneyville. 78 barrels; Blevins-Dun*ap, 2,335 barrels; McCaskill, 65 barrels; total, 2.968 barrels. From these figures it will be seen that the radish crop was not much over one-third the size of last year. This radical d'ecline in the size of the crop is due to the poor returns last year and the scarcity of labor and the high cost of production and mar keting this season. N ALL TRAFFIC DELAYED K. (’. S. and Frisco Tied up Wednes day by Wrecks. A freight wreck on the Kansas City Southern north of here delayed all train service on that) road Wednesday for several hours. Train No. 2 Tues day night and No. 1 Wednesday trans ferred passengesr and mail. A freight wreck at Orton 12 miles east of here on the Frisco Tuesday af ternoon delayed trains on that road until Wedneday afternoon, The night train detoured by the way of Texark ana over the Kansas City Southern and Iron Mountain. -o Mrs H. P. Haizlip and Miss Ad'dye B'ahop visited Texarkana Tuesday. What’s Under the Paint on McCormick Mowers? When you put a new mower up against a job of cutting heavy grass or alfalfa, you expect it to do good work. You expect it to cut clean, pull light and never jam What is on your mind is will it last and do good work. McCormick mowers are built to stay good a long time. The closer you will examine the clearer you will see how well they are built to stand the strain of heavy word. Ask us to show you what is under the paint on McCormicd Mowers and Rades. HINRY & JOYNER HARDWARE CO. .'4,, •»«, ... _ . CLASSIFIED SECTION FOR SALE OR TRADE. A GOOD 6 YEAR OLD WORK MARE for sale.—A. B. Bishop. It FOR SALE ONE WOOD COOK STOVE I call Mrs. M. J. Ataway. 5-22 FOR SALE—COW AND CALF.—W. W. Rayburn. 35-tf JOHNSAN GRASS HAY FOR SALE, 75c per bale.—W. M. Hankins, Og den, Ark. 5-29 FLK SALE — TWO WAXED OAK rockers and .one liDrary table.—Mrs. A. D. LuLaney. 29-tf FOR SALE—Cook stove, burns coal or wood, cheap.—E. B. Mobley, Frisco Depot. 3t FOR. SALK-A BOOKKEEPER'S DESK at a bargain,—Major Stave Co. FOR SALE—MY DAIRY HERD, Other blusiness reason for selling.— F. O. Bryant. 5-29 FOR. SALE—8 SHROPSHIRE EWES, 1 Shrosphire buck, 1 Oliver riding plow, 1 Van Brunt grain drill.—Elmer Hussey, R'outy 1, Ashdown. 6-2 TOMATO PLANTS FOR SALE—COBB Grain Company. A IF ALFA ~HAY FOR SALE—$."5 A ton, or $1.25 per bale, prices sub .iest to change.—Dr. I. N. Hutt Ogden, Ark. 5tf FOR SALE—1918 FORD CAR, GOOD condition, price $300 or a Chevrolet car. I own both and want to sell one of 'hem. See me at W. F. Brookshire's Allene, Ark. 5-22 FOR SALE, OVERLAND CAR. MODEL 90, five passenger, in good condition, for sale at a bargain. Reason for selling, I am going north for summer, See H. R. Yeager, Ashdown, Ark. 39tf WE HAVE A GOOD SAFE WE WILL sell at a cheap price,—Lindsay’s. FOR. SALE—PURE BRED MEBANE cotton seed from Lockhart, Texas, at $3.25 per bushel. See Batton & Pierce at Sheriff’s Office. 28 CORN FOR SALE—AT MY FAR'I 5 miles east of Ashdown. Price $2 per bushel —Geo. D. Chewning. 27-tf 1__ MEN WANTED TO WORK AT SAW niills, cut logs, drive tearms, etc., long time steady job on long sets, no mosquitoes, no malaria, finest of wa ter, clean camps. If interested, and want to get into tlie hills through the summer, write us.—Cove Lumber Co., Cove, Ark. 5-22 STRAYED. STRAYED FROM COOK FARM A small bay pony mare, about 13 hands high. $5 reward.—T. B. Cook, 32-tf LOST TWO HORSES, ONE HEAVY seit bay pony, roach mane, weight 650; one brown pony, same weight, branded “C” on left shoulder. $25.00 reward.—Roy Goolsby, Ashdown. v9 STRAYED FROM ASHDOWN ABOUT April 12, black cow, white motly face, short peg horns, branded PX on left side and hip, giving milk when left. Liberal reward. Phone 210. B. C Phillips. 30-tf STJRAYED—ONE DARK BAY MARE, heavy built, mane roached, -7 hands high, weight between 900 and 1000 lb3., 1 black horse mule weight about 800 pounds, 1 dary bay mare mule, white mouth, light bay mare mule, small knot on left side, 1 blue horse mule, Left home May 9. Liberal reward. Last senn were near R. A. Davis’. — Louis Hunt. Red Bluff, Ark. 5-22 FOR RENT. ROOMS FOft RENT—FURNISHED for light house keeping or unfur nished, also bedrooms.—Mrs. Bass Davis. 5-26 Lift off Corns! Doesn’t hurt a bit and Freezono costs only a few cents. \ With your finger* t You can lift off any hard corn, soft corn, or corn between the toea, and the hard skin calluses front bottom of feet. A tiny bottle of “Freezone” costs little at any drug store; apply a few drops upon the corn or callus. Instantly it stuns hurting, then shortly you lift that botnersome corn or callus right off, root and all, without one bit of pain or sore> •ess. Truly 1 No humbug! USED AUTOS FOR SALE 5 Passenger Ford 5 Passenger Overland 90 Buick Six, 5 Passenger All in good shape and ready to go. Call and See Them &SHD0W*! MOTOR COMPANY PROFESSIONAL PHYSICIANS J. W. RINGGOLD, M. D. Res pectfully tenders his Professional services to the people of Ashdown, Ashdown, Arkansas. DR; P. H. PHILLIPS, Physician and Surgeon. Office in Lott Build ing; phones, office 169-2 rings, resi dence 169-3 rings. Ashdown, Ark. DRS. MEEK & HARDING—Dr R. L. Meek, C. A. Harding; General Practice, Medicine and Surgery. Of tce in Sanderson Bldg. Phones: Office 92, residence 92. Ashdown. S. C. MARR, M. D. Office in Cook Building; office phone 204, residence 69, Ashdown, Ark. ” DENTISTS DR. C. E. MAY, Dentist. Office in Sanderson Building, Ashdown, Arkansas. D R. FRED W. THOMAS—Dentist Hours 8 to 12; 1 to 6; Office In San derson building, phone 90, Ash (Town. NOTARY PUBLICS “ LON T. JONES, Notary Public. Office: Yeager & Jones, Ashdown. Arkansas. J. L. MARTIN—Notary Public, at Arkansas State Bank. C. M. SUTTON—Notary Public, at First National Bank. D. H. TOMPKINS, Notary Public, office in hirst National Bank Bldg., Ashdown. Ark.* ATTORNEYS A. 1>. ’JuLANEY, Lawyer. Ollice in Sar >rson Building, Ashdown, Ark an JUNE R. MORRELL, Attorney at Law, Ashdown, Little Kiver Coun ty, Arkanse* CHAS. H. THOMPSON, Lawyer, P. O. 93, Wilthrop, Ark. Office in resi dence in country near Arkinda road. Practice in all courts. JO HA J. OuLAAEY—Attorney-at law—Ashdown, Ark. MISCELLANEOUS 1. 0. 0. F. LODGE No. Ill, Ashdown meets every first and third Friday nights. All visitors cordially invit ed.—Ben Rowe, Secretary. ('ALL ON US—When in need of a Loan or any kind of Real Estate.—Yeager & Jones, Ashdown, Ark. PlitTMUING. I would like to figure on construction work. Repair work promptly done. Rowe & Moleney— Ashdown. Phone No. 77. abstracts IS YOUR TITLE GOOD l The only way to find out is to have an abstract made. We have the oldest and meet complete set of records in the county. Why should we not give the best service.—Me Iver Abstract & Insurance Co., Office in Sanderson building, Ashdown, Ark. nursing. GRADUATE NURSE—Catherine Ban non, R. N., postofflee, Ogden, Ark., Telephone Ashdown Exchange No. 800-F-22. AMERICAN SHOES & HAR NESS HOSPITAL—Shoes and harness repaired right. All modern machinery.—Mose Attaway, Prop., Ashdown, Arkansas. HATE YOUR FA NS CLEANED AND OILED before using by a man who knows how. Phone No. 165 or 178. J. B. MEDLEY. HUBERT SHULL—VETERINARIAN— day phone 140; night phone 1127, Texarkana. _ ASHDOWN LODGE NO. 581 K. A A. M. vvawwwui unr/n/zt.. Meets 2nd and 4th .. Wednes day night’s In Each Month. J. L. Martin. ivwawwuun UUtn i Nectretary. W. W« BUSTER, W, M«.