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Saturday, Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday Sept. 4th to 8th To open the waist season we are going to . ,-r give this special sale Beautiful Crepe de Chein waists sizes 36 to 46 in navy, white, black and flesh, values up to $7, special price $4.35 The same waist sizes 48 to 52, special price $5.35 * We also have many waist and blouses in Georgette, Pongee and Baby Broadcloth all shades and styles at very reasonable prices. Ashdown, POR QUALITY Arkansas THE UNIVERSAL CAR The New Model “T” Sedan Represents perfection in Automobile construction. Equipped with the new Ford Starting and Lighting System; Yentlllaling doors and wind shield; upholstered in a beautiful gray cord cloth with extra heavy cushions and wide rear seat; two collapsible front seats which makes entrance and exit very convenient. THE COOLEST 1\ SIMMER AM) WARMEST IN WINTER—THE l N1VERSAL FAMILY CAR. F. 0. R. DETROIT.$975.00 Hite Motor Company C. H. HITE, Manager PHONE 100 Ashdown, Arkansas PROFESSIONAL V V V f T T T T T T V T T V ^ PHYSICIANS J.~VV. 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; phonos, office 169-2 rings, resi dence 169-3 rings. Ashdown, Arkj. IMS. If. J„ MEEK -General Practice, Medicine anrl Surgery. Oilice in Sanderson Bldg. Phones: Office 92. Resident 92. Ashdown, Arkansas. S. C. MAKE, M. I). Office in Cook Building; office phone 204, residence 59, Ashdown. Ark. DENTISTS DR. C. E. MAY, Dentist. Office in Sanderson Building, Ashdown Arkansas. DR. FRED TV. THOMAS—Dentist Hours 8 to 12; 1 to fji; Office in San derson building, phone 90, Ashdown. I NOTARY PUBLICS LON T. JONES, Notary Public Office: Yeager & Jones, Ashdown Arkansas. I>. K. LEWIS, Notary Public, Ash down, Arkansas. J. L. MARTIN—Notary Publicist Arkansas State Bank. 1). II. TOMPKINS, Notary Public office in First National Bank Bldg.. Ashdown. Ark. JOH'N ,T. DuLANEY—Attorney-at law—Ashdown, Ark. 4 Allene News. Allene, Sept. 2.—(Special)—Mr. and Mrs. Dumas from Texarkana visited friends and revives here Sunday evening. C. D. Smith accompanied his father, B. C. Smith to Shreveport Sunday I evening. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Clingan left Thu rsday for Soper, Okla., where they rsday morning for Soper, Oklahoma, where they will make their future home. Luther Olive of Foreman was here Tuesday evening. Walter Gray of Foreman was here Monday evening. H. J. Hughes, Fred Wright, Jeff Seastrunk and John Seastrunk spent Wednesday night on Little River flsti ing. Little Seward Smith is on the sick list this week. Mrs. B. C. Smith visited in Texar kana Sunday and Monday. Mrs. W. J. Strawn was called Tues day evening to the bed side of her sick daughter,' Mrs. McCall, at Oak Hill. Mrs. J E. Bowman of Oak Hill was here Thursday. Dr. and Mrs. Parish of Oak Hill was here Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Stocke were in r.shdown Wednesday. Quite a number of our young people attended church at Flat Creek Tues day nigh*. C. D. Smith returned home from Shreveport Thursday. Mesdames A. N. Youngblood, Daisy Seastrunk and Etta Johnson were in Winthrop Monday. Lots of rain. -o Foreman News. Foreman, Sept. 3.—(Special)—Mrs. Lee Campbell returned Wednesday from Mena, where she spent the sum mer. E. W. Bales made a business trip to Horatio Tuesday. * Misses Blanche and Christine Camp bell entertained at Five Hundred Monday afternoon in honor of their guest, Miss Ula Echols. Six tables were arranged for players and a very enjoyable afternoon was spent by those in attendance. Misses Nellie Collins and Mamie Pullen spent a few days in Texarkana i this week visiting friends. | Dr. and Mrs. H. P. Collier returned | Sunday from a two weeks stay in Hot Springs. j Mrs. R. P. Lindsay and children, i Robert and Charles, returned Monday from Fena where they had been for ! several weeks. Edgar Honar has resigned his posi tion in the Citizens Bank and lert this week for Wandron, Ark. , j Mrs. Laura .Jusiin died at the home i of her son, Lewis Justus at Tulsa, Okla., and the body was brought here for entermient Friday morning. J. W. Hill resigned his position in the Bank of Foreman and left Thurs day for Canon City, Texas, where he has a position in another bank. A business meeting of the Music Club was held at the home of Mrs. Albert Atkinson Thursday afternoon. -o Wlosthrop News Winthrop. Sept. 2.—(Special)—Mrs. Addie Bevill left Tuesday for Bokhoma where she will begin teaching the 6th of September. Miss Lorainne Wales of Ashdown is visiting here this week. Bro. J. T. Benson of DeQueen Is at tending the meeting here this week. Mr. and Mrs. Tom Click of Texar kana were here the first of the week. Miss Mary Stephens and little cou sin. Mary T., have returned after a visit with relatives in Texarkana. Miss Lorene H-ogrefe of Foreman was here Thursday and Friday. Ffed Fallrne left Wednesday for a visit with relatives in Missouri. C. C. Roetrammel has returned af ter a short visit with friends In Shreveport. Rev. C. S. Wales of Ashdown is here this week assisting in a revival meet ing being held here. -o J&nes Zmmmtiy $ews Jones Community, Sept. 2.— (Speeal) —Some of the farmers got their hay wet last Sunday. Mrs. J. R. Weems lias been visiting with her daughter at Campton, Texas. Roscoe Honnell has quite a sore arm from a spider bite. Rev. ('has. Franklin left for hi; home in Paris, Ark., last Thursday. J. B. Ritter has been quite sick but is some better. The infant baby of Mr. and Mrs. Ora Broomfield died Sunday and was buried in the Camp Ground cemetery Monday. Mrs. Maggie Highbarger Is unable to do any housework on account of h r foot being quite sore yet. '■'rs. Ora Broomfield *s still quite sick. Grandma Whisenhunt is visiting her daughter, Mrs. Humphrey, south of Foreman this week. Grandma Ashcraft is able to get around the house again. The Big BLACKBOARD SALE Is now going on. Be sure to visit it and save money. Gathright’s Variety THE INDIANS Had Homes That Showed the Lack of Expert Building Service Living in simple wigwams, and having no one to consult as to how to build better homes, they had to be content with a mere shelter. Yen Can Profit By Our Bailing Service If you are going to bui'.d a house, barn or garage, our assistance in submitting plans and helpful suggestions about how to avoid waste, cut costs and improve appearances, should prove very valuable to you. It costs nothing to come in and ta!k the matter over. Building Service and Material Ashdown. - Arkansas. IT Y'O'UR Sit in is SALLOW— If YOUR Eyes are YELLOW— If YOUR Appetite is POOR— If YOUR Head Feels“HEAVY” If YOU are CONSTIPATED If YOU Have Chills and Fever— Then ft fc a pretty food sign yon have Malaria. 'You need Oxidine. It will flerp yoni It will stop the chills, tone up your system, put the Hash in your eyes, give you a good appetite, clear your head and make you strong and weU. * The worst cases of chills and fever succumb readily to Oxitiine. Thousands have been cured. We have many testimonials, Oxidine is also a preventive. Taken once a week in malarial sections it will ward off chills and build up your system. Tor sale at all druggists at 60 cents a bottle m tasteless or bitter form, ritaMtlnfth • is 50,(5 un(,«* the strict guarantee that if it doesn't benefit you,-return ullaidUlCcU. the empty bottle to your druggist and receive at onoc the full purchase price. Maof. by The BEHRENS DRUG CO.. - - Waco, Texas' We Are Clad Semi for' (' itiilo^ue A Car Made ; <o \ iouuee Tiiar f»'<* re N«w the Duly Authorized Dealers for Little Hi-or County for the See This Car n the South by Southern MaK.ifcieturers, Mho are Moll Acquainted Tvilh Southern Hoads. W. M. I. UIKEKT, Wintlirop, Ark. ATTORNEYS A. I). RllLAN E Y, Lawyer. Office ir Sanderson Building, Ashdown, Ark, ansns. JUNE R. MORRELL, Attorney at Lb V.,Ashdown, Ltttle River Coun ty, Arkansfl* ABSTRACTS IS VOUR 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 should we not give the best service.—Me Iver Abstract & Insurance Co., Office in Sanderson building, Ashdown, Ark.