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Foreman News. f Porem&n, Oct. 6.—(Special)—Harry Fendergast from Haworth was a busi mass visitor in Foreman Thursday. The Little River Teachers’ Associa tion met Saturday morning at the school auditorium with about 50 in at tendance. C. E. Key arrived Saturday to spend Sunday with homefolks. llr. and Mrs. Bryan Madden are re joicing over the arrival of a little son in their home. Mrs. R. S. Davis Sr. and family wish to thank their many friends for the acts of kindness during the illness and death of their husband and father, Robert Slaus Davis, who died at his home at Arden, Monday, September 27; also for the beautiful floral offerings. Born to Mr, and Mrs. Wade Atkin aon last Saturday, a daughter. Dr. and Mrs. H. P. Collier have re turned from a visit with friends in Waldo. Mrs. Clarence Hite of Texarkana was a Foreman visitor last week. Rev. G. W. Duncan of Hope held service at the Baptist church Thurs day night. Rev. W. M. Howell went to Arkinda Saturday afternoon to fill his regular appointment there Sunday. Eddie Dollarhide left Tuesday for New Mexico where he has accepted a position with Clarence Hawkins in a tailoring establishment, Richmond News. Richmond, Oct. 7.—(Special)—The Teachers Meetings which were held at Foreman October 1 and 2, was very •uccessful. A very interesting pro gram was rendered Friday evening. Hon. John J. DuLaney made an ex cellent address on “Our most urgent school needs.” The teachers of Little Jhiver county are very grateful for the kindness and hospitality shown them by the citizens bf Foreman. The literary society rendered its Srst program Friday afternoon. Mr. Will Stell is very ill with swamp fever. Mr. and Mrs. John Bizzell and Miss Nolie Bailey motored to Center Point Sunday. Mesdames A. T. Hemphill and Ken nedy Campbell visited relatives in Texarkana Sunday. The young folks enjoyed a 'opossum hunt Friday night. No game was re ported. James A. Hemphill was in Ashdov n on business Monday night. W M. Locke was % businss visitor Ashdown Tuesday. Mrs W. E. Vaughan was shopping Texarkana last week. Mfflwoed News. Millwood, Oct. 7,—(Special)—We are having some pretty weather and the farmers nr'' taking advantage of it. Will Bass and family of Peytonville •pent Saturday night and Sunday with his brother, Joe Bass, or this commun ity. I The school will open at this place Monday, October 11, with Mrs. Graves of Paraloma as teacher. Little Horace Bass is on the sick list this week. Mra. Willie Wheat la on the sick list. Mrs. Maud Stephens and Opal Joyce were shopping in Long Satur day. Woes Stephens was in Ashdown. Tuesday on business. Mrs. Ella Fomby and daughter, Dora, spent the night in Ashdon Wednesday. G. B. Joyce was in Athdown Mon lay. Joe Bass is making syrup this week. Joe Bass and Willie Fomby were in wn Tuesday, The party at Mr. Hatcher’s Satur ay night was enjoyed greatly by all the young folks. G. D. Chewning and Will Bass were at Millwood Tuesday after a load of lumber. Sam Fomby ia on the aick list. He has been aick for some time. Bryan Duncan had bad luck Tues day, a wagon ran over him. Mias Lynah Finley spent Saturday night with MIbb Eula Martin. Miss Leta McLaughlin spent Satur day night and Sunday with Opal oJyce. G. H. Hatcher has been three hing peanuts this week. -FOR HRE AND TORNADO INSURANCE SEE LON T. JONES ♦X4X4X4X4 X4X4X4X4X4X4X Ogden News. Ogden, Oct. 7,—(Special) —Our Ep worth League called a business meet ing last Sunday evening for the pur pose of electing new officers, namely: President, Prof. Gray; first vice presi dent, Fred Hutt; secretary and treas urer, Miss Minnie Smithson; program committee, Mrs. J. H. Furlow and Earl Hawkins; entertainment committee, Mrs. Hutt, Miss Madie Crouch and Em met Smithson. We now have a real live Epworth League with about fifty enrollment. We are planning to do great things for the betterment of our little town and her occupants. Here after the program will be published to give you an idea of what we are doing. Don't forget to come to the A. I. C. Friday evening, beginning promptly at 7:30. You have already read the pro gram in the Little River News, and if you don't come you’ll miss something that, really worth while, and beneficial. Your presence will be of great en couragement to our teachers. Miss Cleo Ogden delightfully enter tained the young people at her home Saturday evening with cards, music tlrom the Victrola. Dainty refresh ments were served at a late hour, Quite a few from here attended the circus at Texarkana Tuesday. They report lots of fun. Mrs. Eber McDowell returned to her home at Hugo last week, after a visit at this place with friends and relatives. Mrs. K. Spates of Saratoga was a vis itor here Tuesday. Miss Catherine Bannon of Texarkana made a business trip to this place Wednesday. Miss Minnie Smithson spent a very enjoyable week end in Texarkana last week. Miss Marguerite Rudd came out from Texarkana Saturday to be at home Sunday with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Roy Rudd. Misses Nelle Kolb and Idelle Fur-! low attended the teachers institute at] Foreman last week. Mrs, E. A. Velvln was a visitor in! Texarkana Monday. J. C. Cole of Hatfield is here for a visit of a few days with friends. Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Welch arrived' Wednesday at noon from Memphis for an extended visit at this place with friends and relatives. Mrs. C. E. Matthews was shopping in Texarkana Saturday. Cleve Ward made a business trip to Ashdown Tuesday. Fred Hutt was attending to business in Texarkana Monday. Ogden will soon have an up to date drug store. In fact Ogden is an all around up to date town, “with pretty girls and lots to eat, believe me this place is hard to beat.” Glenn Rlack of Ashdown was a plea sant caller here Sunday evening. Mrs. Alice Temple was out from Texarkana last week attending to busi ness, W. R. Clark made a business trip to Texarkana Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. Griff Goodman of Tex arkana were Sunday visitors here. John J. DuLaney of Asndown made a business trip to this place Tuesday morning. Artie Patterson and Minor Davis were visitors here Sunday afternoon. Mrs. M. A. Dupree returned to Ash down Sunday after a few days visit here with her daughter, Mrs. W. S. Crouch. Mr. and Mrs, V. M. Crouch of Pine Prairie were visitors here Sunday. And remember we have two splendid ^ Sunday schools. Services begin prom-I ptly at 10 o’clock every Sunday morn ing. Comenext Sunday. Plans are being laid for the erection of a new Baptist church in the near future. Jones Communitv News Jones Community* Oct. 7.—(Special) —Kverybody is quite busy. J. B. Ritter was a Foreman visitor Monday. Mr. Drake lost a cow last Monday. Albert Green and wife are having a seige of the chills. A. Russell took a load of cotton i.o I Foreman Wednesday. One of Mrs. T W Mast’s eyes is paining her considerable. Mrs. Maggie Highbarger’s foot is not well yet. We learn that Benton and Sam Ash craft will have a public sale Oct. 12. They expect to move to Oklahoma. T. W. Mast attended the Farm Bu reau meeting at Ashdown last Thurs day. Mrs. Ora Broomfield is reported as | slowly improving of which we are i glad to learn, Mrs. Arthur Green has been quite sick, but is reported some better now. We are told that Lee Highbarger will have a public sale of personal pro perty October 14. They exepect to make their future home at Monette, Mo. Arkinda News. Arklnda. Oct. 7.—(Special)—Robert T Sessions was here from Winthrop Wednesday and Thursday. W. W. Epps went to Winthrop Thu rsday on business. There are several cases of chills and fever in and around Arkinda. C. L. Jennings started last week for Greenville, Tenn., where he will stay for about tw-o months, after which he will return to Little River county again. Kerry back Charley, we miss you. Mr. and Mrs. Vanzant are visiting here from Gillhcm. Dr. E.B. Bayliss has been right sick but is better now. R. S. Horn, who recently purchased the mercantile business of Joe lTitch ard, will install a full line of gro ceries in a short time. J. C. Turner of this place received a message this week, telling him of the death of his father who died in Mis issippi the first part of the week. G. W. May was here from Haworth Thursday on business. The farmers are busy picking cotton, but they are not selling. They say they will hold over for better prices if they lose like they did last fall. There are several farmers who say they have been fooled their last time on cotton. There is no possible chance of miss ing getting oil here if there is any sign of gas first. -n Arden News Arden, Oct. 8.—(Special)—Mrs. Robt. Hudgeons of Foreman visited relatives here last week. T. M. Jester and family visited in Richmond Monday. Mrs. Anna Cobb and Mrs. Otho Wright returned Saturday night from a visit in Oklahoma, Mr. and Mrs. Dudley Waldrop left Saturday night for a short visit in Ashdown. Miss Zella Lewis and Charley Cole man were united in matrimony at Ash down Saturday morning. They will reside at her home near Arden. Dr. A. N. Nixon and family motored to Texarkana Tuesday to see the circus. Wade Dollarhide of Foreman visited in Arden Saturday night and Sunday. I Mrs. Joe Barry was shopping in Ashdown Wednesday. Dr. A. M. Nixon was in Foreman Monday. Joe Ford went to Ashdown Saturday. 'R, S. Davis and family motored to Lockesburg Sunday. Mrs. L. E. Dowles left Wednesday for her home in Bryan, Texas, from where she was called to show the last respects to her grandfather, Slaus Davis. Mrs. Slaus Davis spent the week with her son, W. T. Davis, at Foreman. Mrs. R.S. Davis was surprised, when returning from Lockesburg Sunday night that her sister, Miss Mae Martin was well and able enough to spend the day with her mother in-law Mrs. Jim Cobb. The Farmers Union met Friday night, and had a successful meeting. Blayne Cobb, Misses Mae Martin and Beulah Carroll went to Richmond Sat urday night to see the wild west show. Hardy Britton was !n Foreman Sat urday, Horace Hodges of Foreman visited relatives here Sunday. J. E. Mitchelmore of Foreman visited friends here Sunday. Rev. M. T. Rose of Goodman preach ed at Wades Chapel Sunday afternoon. Several from here attended the ser vices. Mr. Nelson and family left Saturday for the bottoms where they will spend i few weeks picking cotton. Remember prayer meeting here Sat urday night. -o Marvin News. Marvin Community, Oct. 7.—(Special) —Mr. and Mrs. Luther Carson of Fore man are permanently located in our community. Mrs. Mabry and Mrs. Oscar Calicott were visiting Mrs. Willie Trammel Sunday. Cody Trammell and Cecil Cart wright were visiting down about Rich mond Sunday. We hear the glad news that J. E. Lathan and family will move back to aur community soon. Mr, and Mrs. R. H. Murphy were pleasant callers at the home of J. T. Trammell Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. James Maddox were visiting J. W. McCuller of Richmond Sunday. WE WRITE ELL KINDS OF INSURANCE i D. N. TOMPKINS & CO. Society Brand Clothes FOR YOUNG MEN AND MEN.WHO STAY YOUNG Manliness Is our Hobby In men’s Clothes ©*•«>• - _ ffttritfa IBraaft <£lofhtf The young mm who comes to us for clothes doesn’t get just another suit or coat, he gets a hand tailored garment, that gives him a 1 03 per cent ‘Tm correct appearance.” We sell Society Brand Clothes—masterpieces of hand tailoring which properly express individuality and good judgment. lnvestigate---See the new Fall models. HOSIERY Your choice of serviceable and dressy hose. It will pay you to fill your wants here. Wilson Bros. chain knit hosiery wears. UNDERWEAR Comfovt giving, the kind that won’t bind or pull, good values WILSON BROS. Klo ed Kroch Union Suits Will give you wear. FLORSHEIM SHOES 1 F.jr the man who cares. There are a lot of cheaper shoes on the market, but you get dollar for — dollar vn hen you buy Porsheim Shoes. LINDSAY’S “The Right Place” Ashdown, Arkansas Ashdown School News. | Mr. Wilkerson announced Wednes day in chapel that tho literary society would meet on Thursday of this week, because on Friday afternoon the! school will assemble in the auditorium to hear the reading of the monthly school report. Miss Cowwling, (in English IV): “What is a ballad?" Willie Doss: "Some kind of a lord.” It seems as if the plane geometry class is being drilled In marching as well as in proving propositions. Miss Cowling: “When people are In love they write poetry more often then they do prose?" Milton: "I never did.” Why do the teachers like to be en tertained by the Sophomore* after four o'clock? No one cares to stay and see If they serve refreshments. Miss Wilson: "Jack, tell the story of Borneo and Juliet," Jack: “Let me see—Oh, yes! They were the bab ies that were thrown in the river and drifted, ashort and lat«|r founded Rome.” School is well under way on the second month. The weather is cooler, the night* are longer, hence much bet ter work i* expected from the pupils. Some patrons are taking enough in-: terest. in us to visit our school. Won't you find the time to honor us with a 1 visit? Don’t neglect to urge your boy and girl to hard work and good con- i duct. This is our slogan tor the year. United your efforts with that of the' teachers and make this school term a winner. -o Confirmation Notice. Notice is hereby given: That R. L. Johnson has this day filed his com plaint in the Chancery Court of Little River county, praying the court to quiet and confirm his title to the fol lowing lands in said count, towit: Tho SW1 of the SEi and the SE quarter of the SW quarter, section 19, town ship 11 south, range 30 west, There-] fore, all persons who have or claim! any Interest in said land are warned to appear at the November term of said j court to show cause why the title to j said land should not be quieted and j confirmed in plaintiff. And Mrs. M. E. ■ Rhodes, Mrs. S. P. MlcCauley, Mrs. E.! Dunsmoke, R. L. Anderson, G. W. An-| derson, J. W. Anderton, Carl Baer and Pink Smith are hereby specially warn ed to appear at said term of the court and show cause why the title should not be quited and confirmed against them. Given under my hand and seal on this the 6th day of October, 1920.— Jas, U. Williams, Circuit and Chancery Clerk. 10 SAVED HIS HORSE Mr. R. L. McIntyre, of Altoona. 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