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-FOR ! * FIRE AND TORNADO i 5: INSURANCE : SEE LON T. JONES 3: 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. DBS. MEEK & HARDING—Dr R. L. Meek, C. A. Harding; General Practice, Medicine and Surgery. Of Lee in Sanderson Bldg. Phones: Office 92, residence 92. Ashdown. S. C. MARR, M. D. Office in Cook Building; office phone 204, resident 50, Ashdown, Ark. f DENTISTS DR. C. E. MAY, Dentist. Office in Sanderson Building, Ashdonra, Arkansas. \ DR. FRED W. THOMAS—DentisA Hours 8 to 12; 1 to 5; Office in San derson building, phone 90, Ash town. NOTARY PUBLICS ] LON T. JONES, Notary Public. Office: Yeager & Jones, As&down, Arkansas. D. K. LEWIS, Notary Public, Ash down, Arkansas. J. L. MARTIN—Notary Public, at Arkansas State Bank. C. M. SUTTON-Noury Public, at First National Bank. D. H. TOMPKINS, Notary Publhj office in First National Bank Bldfl Ashdown. Ark. ATTORNEYS A. D. DuLANEY, Lawyer. Gfflo« in Sanderson Building, Ashdown, .Ark ansas. ! JUNE R. MORRELL, Attorney at Law, Ashdown, Little River Coun ty, Arkansas CHA8. H. THOMPSON, Lawyer, P. 0. 93, Wilthrop, Ark. Office is resi dence in country near Arkinda road. Practice in all courts. JOH*f J. DuLANEY—Attorney-at law—Ashdown, Ark. MISCELLANEOUS (’ALL ON US—When in need of a Loan or any kind of Real Estate.—Yeage* & Jones, Ashdown, Ark. PLUMBING. I would like to figure on construction work. Repair work promptly done. Rowe & Moleney— Ashdown. Phone No. 77. ABSTRACTS IS YOUR TITLE GOOD? The only way to find out is to have an abstract made. We have the oldest and most complete set of records in the county. Why shohld we not give the best service.—Me lver Abst™®* & Insurance Co., Office in Sanderson building, Ashdown, Ark. AMERICAN SHOES & HAR NESS HOSPITAL—Shoes and harness repaired right. All modern machinery.—Mose Attaivay, Prop., Ashdown, Arkansas. BETTER DEAD Life is a burden when the body is racked with pain. Everything worries and the victim becomes despondent and downhearted. To bring back the sunshine take The national .. 20D yerirt; It iq Eul'ing ifom trouble*. All Lo»k f jr tha Notice of R«J Notice is h4 re-assessment I District No. l! been tiled in n j and the same j t>on. This th«, W. W. Bishopl id for ovar my of all paina re Ljvet and uric add kJh three aUae. sAUSa"”1" ients of Benefits, ven: That the lilli Poieflts in Sewerage i/Bhdown, Ark. has ■La for the year 1920 PL open for inspec I. ay of July, 1920.— >> >rder. 7-31 i M’ADOO BLAMES NO ONE BUT HIMSELF His Fault that He Was Not Nominated He Writes to His Sup,pollsters. Chicago, July 18.—William G, Mc Adoo, whose name was changed) to McAdieu at the San Francisco con vention has finally broken his stony silence. In a letter to Mrs. Kellogg Fairbanks, thanking her for her stren uous efforts in his behalf he says. “I hope that no friend of mine will think that any one is to blame for the result but myself. It was I who put the discouragements in the way which, made it difficult to win success. If I had not felt it was my duty to keep out of public life at this time, we would have had a different re sult. “I did it conscieniously and from the highest motives, as I conceived them. Now we must all turn in and elect the ticket, because the very des tiny of America and the world is im periled by the forces of reaction.” Mr, McAdoo added that he intends to support the ticket both by- his own deed and word and he hoped Mrs. Fairbanks would also, “just as keenly as if I had received the nomination." Mrs, Fairbanks expressed her keen disappointment at the failure of her candidate to head the ticket, but she says she is convinced that Cox will make an admirable president and will unite all elements in the Democratic party. “While I have not met Governor Cox personally, I know Franklin D. Roosevelt well and admire him very much,” she said. "I feel that he is Esatly superior to the average vice jsidential candidate and that the m will be herd to beat. Governor t should carry Ohio easily and sevelt will carry New York. These states with the solid south, should as Asure Democratic victory.” -o FLYERS BURN TO DEATH [Army Men Die When Plane Bursts Into Flame. Oklahoma City, July 18.—Lieut, Rollo Browne and his mechanician, Sergeant George Burleson, both from Post Field, Fort Sill Okla., were burn ed to death here today when a plane piloted by Browne fell about 75 feet and burst into flames Immediately af ter taking ofT from the Chamber of Commerce field. -o EXPRESS REGRETS British Sailors Who Trampled Ameri can Flag are Fined and Sentenced. Washington, July 17.—British offl ials at Bermuda have expressed regret for the insult offered the American flag by British sailors July 4, the state department was advised today in a consular report from Bermuda. The sailors who participated in the trampling upon of the flag have been heavily fined and sentenced to terms of imprisonment, the message added, PLANK IS DROPPED Republican Views oil Law and Order Not on the Platform, Chicago, July 17.—The law and or der plank adopted by the ,Republican national convention has been left out of the platform as printed for distrub ution and issued from Republican head quarters here. Virgin G. Hinshaw, chairman of the prohibition national committee, said this afternoon. -o DR. BROUGH IN UTAH Arkansas/ Governor Given a Dinner In Utah City. Ogden, Utha, July 16. — Governor Ilrough of Arkansas at a dinner ten dered him here tonight by citizens in honor of his being a former Ogdenite, declared the new party was an organ ization bordering on anarchism, Bol shevism and I. W. W.-ism and he said Utah should take no pride in the fact that an Utahan was named as the standard-bearer. -o Can It Bat Dear OfTogln—la It a fact that some of the Bulgarian officers refused to fight against Serbia and Russia be cause they called them the Batkin* states? • • • -:-o———— Notice to Voters. As candidate tor prosecuting attor ney will say that It will be Impossible for me to see each voter between now and the 10th, I desire to thank you for the splendid vote you gave me two years ago, for state senator. You might leave my name on the ticket August 10th,—B. P. Arnold, Nashville. Ark. ad KATHLYN WILLIAMS mm* Kathlyn Williams has the distinction of being the first person to star in a “movie” serial, and her work will be remembered by scores who appreciated her good work. She ia no stranger to the stage and has appeared under lead ing managements. Miss Williams is one of Screenland’s most talented and beautiful stars. -O Editor’s Note.—Platro's misconception of the word “love" Is apparent to thosi who are familiar with tennis. The word, as applied to that game, Is commonlj used in keeping score, and Is equivalent to “zero” or nothing. OTHER day leetle srlrl aska me: "Pietro, you know how play ten nis?” I say no can play anytlng only phoneegraph and da pinochle. Soma time try play da poker but no maka success. She say: “Well, I ilka teacha you how play dat game leetle bit, huh?" When she say gonna taka me down where da court ees I say no wanta go. I been court one time and eea costa me ten bucks maka too moocha hurry weeth da fleever. Anyway we go een place wot ees greata stuff for keepa da cheeken. Greata beega fence alia round weth leetle one eend da meedle —smalla fence eds sama stuff usa for catcha da feesh. She say “I geeva you racket, Pietro, for play weeth.” I aska “wot’s matter we gotta maka racket for plnv desa game?” I say too moocha noise maka me excite, so mebbe besta way ees play weethout da racket. She say, “Alla right, I am gonna serve.” I say eef she serve I dreenk eet, I tink mebbe she gonna serve somatlng weeth leetle keek een. I dunno. She getta one side da fence and I getta other side. She knocka ball stralghta my head and say, “Love feef* ateen.” I sny feefateen to many for lova one time—no can do. She knocka one more ball and say, “Love tlrty.” I no say somatlng, but I feegure ees greata man eef lova tirty all one time. Nexa ball she say, “Lova forty.’* I dunno wot’s matter dat girl. I tink eef lova two, tree gotta hava plenty amblsh. but for love forty ees too moocha job for one man. After knocka two, three more ball my frien holler “Game!” Right hack I say, “P»ettn your life—anybody whosa lova feefateen or tirty or forty one time gotta be game. Mebbe gotta be twins or Mormon to play dat game. I dunno. Wot you tink? -O Wifey May Faint. Jones—Hello, Doc. I wish you would go right on up to my house. Doctor—Certainly. Anything seri ous? Jones—Not yet; hut there may be. I’ve Just sent up a load of coal.— Judge. O WILSON WILL AID IN THE CAMPAIGN Assure* Cox and Roosevelt of His Support in Conference; Are Agreed on League. Washington, July 18.—Complete agreement on the League of Nations question and unity in their party cause was declared today by Presi dent Wilson and Governor Cox of Ohio, Democratic (presidential candi date, after a conference at the White House. Meeting for the first time since the San Francisco convention, the presi dent and the governor, together with Franklin D. Roosevelt, the vice presi dential nominee spent an hour on the south portico of the executive man sion, discussing the league and other campaign issues. All three afterward issued formal statements voicing soli darity of purpose. None made any reference to recently published re ports that the chief executive and presidential candidate “were far apart" on the league issue. The president said he and Gover nor Cox “were absolutely as one with regard to the great issue of the League of Nations,” and that the nominee “is ready to be the cham pion of the honor of the nation and the secure peace of the world,” The party’s choice, the president added, “will have the vigorous support of an absolutely united party, and I am confident also of an absolutely united nation." Will Redeem Pledge, , Governor Cox said in his statement that he and Mr. Wilson were ‘agreed as to the meaning and sufficiency of the party platform and the duty of the party in the face of threatened Lad faith lo the world in the name oi America.” He said he would give all his strength to the promises made by President Wilson to those who sac rificed in the great war. Mr. Roosevelt’s statement spoke of the “.splendid accord” of the presi dent and Governor Cox, and ex pressed tha wish that every American could have witnessed their conference. After the conference the three party leaders had luncheon at the White House and Governor Cox and Mr. Roosevelt later conferred with several party leaders before leaving for Columbus, where they will arrive early tomorrow to meet Chairman Cummings of the Democratic National Committee and attend the full com mittee meeting Tuesday. The conference on the White House portico, held at 10': 30 this morning was said by Governor Cox to have been devoted princtpally to discus sion of the League of Nations. -o Tasmania Has Rare Mineral. Tasmania now promises to become the world's chief producer for some time to come of the rare mineral osmi ridlum. The various osmirklium yield ing centers of this extensive serpen tine belt on the west coast are already giving profitable employment to 200 men. and it Is an easy matter for an Industrious digger to earn up to £10 a week, while many are making dou ble that and more. A complete bul letin on this highly interesting nrn eral occurence is in course of prepara tion. and its publication, it is expected, will attract the attention of the whole mining world to Tasmania. Last yend 1,070 ounces of osmiridium was pro duced in Tasmania, the value being £24 per ounce. Machine Needed. Cotton might become much cheaper ff some ingenious inventor would de vise a mechanical means for picking it—the work of picking being the cost ly item, in time and labor. There are cotton-picking machines on the market, but none of them is very satisfactory. One of them oper ates on the principle of a vacuum cleaner, sucking the bolls off the plants through rubber tubes. Another util izes steel bristles for entangling the boils. When a really practical contrivance for the purpose Is obtainable, an aver age farm family in the South will be able to produce forty bales of cotton In a season, Instead of seven bales.— New York Times. Kill a Million Prairie Doga. Complete extermination of what was (•onsldered one of the largeat prairie dog “towns” In the West has begn re ported to the predatory animal in spector’s office at Phoenix, Arts., by the Ohlricahua Cattle company of Co I ehulae county, southeastern Arisons. More than 1,000 000 prairie dogs were estimated to have lived on the company’s ranch of more than 80,000 acres until the management started an offensive campaign agalnat them. Now their vast honeycombs of underground burrows nre utterly deserted, the com pany reported. His Bit Ex-Buck—Gotta job at last. Ex-Sarge—Did ya? Doin’ what? “Carrying samples for a salesman.” “\Vhat line?" “Anvils."—The Home Sector. It is Really a Very Simple Matter for You to Be Dress ed for This Hot Weather AND IT WILL COST YOU SO LITTLE THAT THE RESULT WILL BE WORTH MUCH MORE THAN THE PRICE. ALL YOU NEED IS ONE OF OUR LIGHT WEIGHT SUITS, A STRAW HAT, A THIN UNION SUIT, NEGLIGEE SHIRT, GAUSE OR SILK HOSE. PRICES ALWAYS RIGHT HERE M. C. JOHNSON The Correct Haberdasher Ashdown. Arkansas Summer School Stale Agricultural School, Magnolia, Arkansas Rural teachers are invited to spend July with us. The very best in; literature and industrial training is await ing you. Splendid buildings and equipment; choice table fare; a system of education that enlarges and beautifies life; expenses within your reach. Young people are invited to visit or correspond with us. Older people, both men and women, are urged to spend some time here. Be here during July. Regular session opens August 24, 1920. E. E. AUSTIN, Principal. mSffiEEH FADED OR HUnUID If Mixed with Sulphur it Darkens so Naturally Nobody can Tell. Grandmother kept her hair beauti fully darkened, glossy and attractive with a brew of Sage Tea and Sulphur. Whenever her hair took on that dull, faded or streaked appearance, this sim ple mixture was applied with wonder ful effect By asking at any drug store for “Wyeth’s Sago and Sulphur Compound." you will get a large bot tle of this old-time recipe, improved by the addition of other ingredients, all ready to use, at very little cost. This simple mixture can be depended upon to restore natural color and beauty to the hair. A well-known downtown druggist says everybody uses Wyeth’s Sage and Sulphur Compound now because it darkens so naturally and evenly that nobody can tell it has been applied— it’s so easy to use, too. You simply dampen a comb or soft brush and draw it through your hair, taking one strand at a time. By morning the gray hair disappears: after another application or two, it is restored to its natural color and looks glossy, soft and beautiful. This preparation is a delightful toilet requisite. It Is not In tended for the cure, mitigation or pre vention of disease. o Take a glass of Salts to flush Kidneys if Bladder bothers you—Drink lots of water. Batins meat regularly eventually pro duces kidney trouble in some form or other, say* a well-known authority, be cause the urie acid in meat rr-it-ir the kidneys, they haeomn osar united; get sluggish; clog up and 9M»M. nil sorts at distress, particularly t-Syi- and mis ery in the kidney region; rtewentii twin ges, seven headset as. acid etnwmet, ana _ "ttl ealte is and lemon juice, and has bean need fluak dogged kidneys and stia to normal activity; also to neutralise the acid* hi the urine so it no longer irrfc i tatce, thus ending Madder disorders. Jad Salta cannot injure anyones make# a delightful effervescent lithia water drink which millions at woman take now and than to beep kidneys and urine avoiding serious ZLS Notice of Change in Flans. Road law prcvement District No. Six, Pursuant to the order of the County Court, made and entered into on the 2nd day of July, 1920, in the matter of change of plans of tRoad Improvement District No. 6, in Little River county, Arkansas, notice is hereby given that plans, specifications and estimates have been filed in the clerk’s offlca of said court, showing the additional and increased cost of construction of the main line roads and latterals from the original plans heretofore filed and ap proved, and also the extension of the following latterals in said district. Be ginning at the Southwest corner of Section 6, township 12 South, range 29 west, and extend along the public road on the section line, one and one-fourth miles east; and also, begin at the Northeast corner of section 4, town ship 12 South, range 30 west, and extend along the public road on the section line .one ntile west Therefore, all land owners are hereby notified to appear in the County Court of said county on the 31st day of July, 1920, to show cause for or against said judg ments. Witness my hand and seal as the clerk of taid court on this the 2nd day of July, 1920.—R.. E. Huddleston, County and Probate Clerk. 7-14 -—o Notice of Hearing on Change in Flans of Hoad Improvement District No. 2 Pursuant to the decretal order of the County Court of Little River County, made on the 2nd day of July. '.!'2d. notice is hereby given that the change in plans as filed by the Coin : .:ssiciters of Road Improvement Dis trict No, 2. of said county and said court wherein it is proposed to leave out the construction of certain bridges by said commissioners and re place concrete culverts with corrugat ed pipe culverts, and to reduce the gravel from Allen creek west on said road to 9 feet wide and 7 inches thick, the same is hereby set for hearing in said court on the 31st day of July, 1920, and all landowners are notified to appear and show cause for or against said changes on said date. Given under my hand and the seal of said court on this the 2nd day of July, 1920.—R. E. Huddleston, County and Probate Clerk 7-14 -o Richmond Chapter No. 87 Meets First Monday Night hi Each Month J. L. Martin, Sooty E‘. B. Mobley, H. F, SR DOWN LODGE R«. Ml F. * k. M. Moots 2nd and 4th .. Wednes day night’s Id Each Month. .1. L. Martin, Secretary. W. W.