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s <• L'eople You Know 44 tor any kind of bench work. Jf. Wright of Allene was here ir. « S. C. Marr was in Texarkana dnesday. . .. ace Furlow was in Texarkana sday. 3T££tands and window boxes —fowery of Foreman was ir £day. u^i. Freeman of Wilton was ir ayounday. Su?l«y (was here from Foreman Viprnoon. rwood of Nashville was in Q^ursday. worlt’hell of Foreman was in ajirVednesday. v Macus of Foreman was ill n Wednesday. u. Lewis of Arden was trading shdown Thursday. -s. C. M. Sutton was shopping in rkana Wednesday. • Joe Metcalf of Elmore was in vh Wednesday. W. Gardner was here from .mond Wednesday. •ed Mitchell of DeQueen was in lown Friday morning. . A. Velvin, a merchant of Agden, in Ashdown Thursday afternoon. ,s3^[. Bone, of the First National * was in Texarkana Wednesday, is Maude Schirmer of White Cliffs shopping in Ashdown Wednes l Campbell of Richmond was in wn Thursday att'ending to busi 3. Haizlip is in the west end of unty this week in interest of the Bureau. Lydia Ellis has returned to her ff. New Boston after a visit with jss Johnston. . Hudson, the Cabott nursery as in the city Thursday on his ime from Texas. Meyer returned Friday from where he was called on ac .’ the death of his uncle. Psalm 100 and come to choir at the Methodist church Thu ening at 7:30 o’clock, rs are busy this week decor e Model Drug Store and the i State Bank buildings. ’ Mrs. S. T. Fish of Chicago guests of Mrs. Fish’s sister, . Eichold and niece, Mrs. S. J. tee Cream Company is now in l to fill all orders or any spec tra. Your patronage solicited. Fowler. 11-tf T. Burlingame; has returned tvill^rwhere spe w^fe called tral orgillnfial'ion. * daugh The coal oil latni of the candle have regainindne8fl lost popularity. B\ of mv citizens, not too old, J- ° days when they rea< flickering blaze of S'om a break -Ing him There are incre** a larse oyer the county li of the land that s1 prayer this year is now y the 18tb This idle land tlw111 not be that has heretrvlU be beId share cropper(stead lords are not r ^ Cannon the renter, thicement8 an" those who wou^33 Georgia der these circunP13 of Dal_ thing to dc, sow tf a 80n of crop at a minimu and bas pense.^ It is believ!1 *-he age community of i cally all of the lantfMa Gool Sowing the land t*1 tbe soc" crops is a good t1^ with 13 cumstances. Thf10"’”^ °*" the crop is not an Blanche . H. Locke. jSjr*'' -nocke, secre i Chi&easurer; Mrs. Leader, ■' it was voted to Escott; Wie “Eolia Goolsby prayer, Glir of the faithful society; 'Vistian, Mrs. Eolia the, home iway a few years Kingdom? e9ting business reastgfitful social hour was Chrii beth aer of Texarkana, and way* Elsie Shaver of New true B. Williams and Mrs, speci)>rcraan have De>i Hit Mrs. md Mrs. Jas. H. W*l would Gh rls—o son; king Order. gboubRiver Chancery Court pfmnty. Ark. Southerr y tat Company, plaintiff a gut^Q^ et al> defendants acter'X, C. Alexander, trus will lad Securties Co., art in a lto appear in thit days and a,18weI ^ the plaintiff, herein ture* i and Xrust Co Wlt, Shop land the seal of sail study ay of Feb. 192.1—Jas Iiart9erlc- A D. DuLaney »an B P‘ Stee1, atty 'ad Ht , T T 3-5 —o i a heatJayg “If You Have at Keep Bat* Snap.” ; ut Rat Snap last win * ^ saved |120. My cai 1 Tig* |*r a few week! crealfher; when I went U all tttttl that rats had eatei plcaj two n*w tires. Go 'orblfe, *®4 Snap.” Thm Sold and guar * Joyner Hard' Store.—adv t An All-Purpose Harrow The THREE SECTION ECLIPSE ! 4 > « rj-a#' -4 1 f; Can be used Section at a Time or Complete $12.50 :• 7* !*&?;: ■' .Vt 4 Let Us Show You Ashdown Hdw. Co, * * v ‘ i* •' *9 • ROYAL I THEATRE j I FRIDAY ■ SATURDAY | I Doris Kenyon ♦! § in | 1 “The Harvest Moon” | | A six reel feature and | | the fifth episode of the g | “Sen of Tarzan” 1 I MONDAY I I Uth and 12th episode of 1 I 1 ‘The Red Glove” 1 g WEDNESDAY | I A Feature | 9250,000 FOR REPAIRS Senate Votes to Convert Fort Into a Modern Hospital. Washington, Feb. 9.—The amend ment to the sundry civil appropriation bill which was adopted by the Senate today and which directs the War De partment to turn over Fort Logan H. Roots at Little Rock, Ark., to the Pub lic Health Service also provides an appropriation of $250,000 for remodel ing the buildings and making a mod-| ern hospital. The bill, with its amend-' ment which was introduced by Senator ] Robinson of Arkansas, now goes to a joint House and Senate committee for! final agreement. Senator Robinson, in his fight for the ex-service men, succeeded in in creasing the appropriation for hospital facilities to $10,600,000, and making the entire amount immediately avail able instead of waiting until July 1. He also succeeded in eliminating the “pork barrel” feature, which provid ed for five hospitals to be located in certain designated zones. The meas ure now leaves the location of the hospitals to the discretion of the sec retary of the Treasury. The Senate adopted another amend ment offered by Senator Robinson, which would appropriate $225,000 for the' continuation of the United States Employment Service in the Depart ment of Labor. This item was strick er out in the House on a joint of or der and was not replaced by the Sen ate Committee. A GOOD PLAN FOR 1921. (By H. M. Cottrell), The feed crop that can be raised ii oats. Sow the seed in February. Cui the crop in June when the grain is ii j the milk. Cure like hay. This i haj ' can be fed to save half the grain need j ed by work stock and will help cut the cost of raising the 1921 crops. Sow three acres for each mule. Sow 2 1-2 bushels an acre using Red Rust Proof, Early Burt, Appier or Fulghum seed. The Experiment Stat ion, Fayetteville, Arkansas, can tell you where to get seed. Plow or disk the soil 3 inches deep and harrow until it is as fine as a garden. Drill on sow the seed broad cast and cover .with a disk harrow, or a five-toothed cultivator. Fertilizers pay big profits on oats. Robert Rortch, Lonoke county, used 400 pounds an acre of 10-4-4 fertili zer on oats, sowing it broadcast after the oats were 3 to 4 inches high. The oats that were fertilized yielded 55 bushels an acre, those in the same field without fertilizer 18 bushels—a gain of 37 bushels an acre from $10 worth of fertilizer. The increase in yield made by the fertilizer cost 27 cents a bushel. Usually 200 pounds acid phosphate an acre, used at the time of seeding, or 75 pounds of sulphate of ammonia sown broadcast the latter part of March will increase the yield twice or more at a cost of around $6 an acre. The fertilizer should be broadcasted when the plants are perfectly dry as it is likely to burn the leaves if they are wet with dew or rain. Oats should always be followed by a second crop the same season, either Lespedeza, cowpeas or June corn. On rich, damp ground sow broadcast one bushel of Lespedeza seed an acre af ter the pats have been covered. The Lespedeza will yield a crop of hay in the fall. Lespedeza does not make hay on thin land. Cowpeas sown after oats are harves ted make a good hay crop on both rich and thin land. June corn, well fertilized and cultivated, is good crop to plant as soon as oats are cut. s -n B. T. P. U. PROGRAM. Subject, “The Shepherd Psalm';” leader, Mrs. Lon T. Jones; introduc tion by leader; Scripture lesson, 23rd Psalm, by Pauline Henderson; 1st Par. David’s Shepherd, Oleta Thomas; 2nd Par. David’s faith in his Shep herd, Mrs.- Cobb; 3rd Par. David’s Shenherd provides for his sheep, Mrs. Ataway; 5 Par. David’s shepherd pro tects his sheep, Poem, Nannie Mae Park. Sentence prayer fy union. -o AWPPTCAM SHOPS * HAH PPSS HOSPITAL—Shoes and harness repaired right.. All modem machinery.—Mnse At tawny, Prop. Anhdown. Arkansan NEGROES MOVE NORTH “ • Census Shows Decrease In Alabama, Big Gain in Ohio. Washington, Feb. 8. — The white population of Alabama in 1920 was 1,447,032 and the negro population, I 900,652, the Census Bureau announced I today. The white population showed .( an Increase of 118,200 or 17.8 per cent, and the negro population decreased 7, i 630 or .8 pr cent. j The negro population of Columbus, ! O., in 1920 was 22.091, an increase of ' 9,352 or 73.4 per cent. The white pop i ulation was 213,809, an increase of 46, | W0 or 27.3 per cnt, and all others 131. • -o MAT ACT FOR MINORS Senate Bill Would Allow Guardian to i • Lease Oil, Mineral Lands. Little Rock, Feb. 9.—By the enact ment of a senate bill in the house by Senator Montgomery, the guardians of minors will be authorized hereafter to lease the lands of their wards for de velopment of zinc, coal and other min erals, as well as gas and oil, as pro vided by the law now in effect. There have been a number of bills introduced in both houses seeking to safeguard the intrests of property owners and the state in the expected development of the oil industry in Arkansas. TO REGULATE STORAGE Senate nnd Honse Agree on a Propos. ed Measure. Washington, Feb. 8.—An agreement on the bill for government regulation of cold storage has been reached by | Senate and House conferees. The , measure as approved provides that j food products except fruits, vegetables and eggs held in storage more than 12 months shall not be sold. Frozen eggs could be held 18 months if approved by the Department* of Agriculture, which would administer the law and have discretion to modify some of the restrictions. -o KILLS MANY WOLVES Polk County Hills Have Plenty ot Wolves It Seems. Mena, Feb. 10.—W. D. Ashcraft, Polk county mountaineer living east of Hatfield has with the aid of his two sons caught and killed ten wolves and ten wildcats thus far this winter. Stockmen having range in that vicin ity have raised a purse to reward Ash* craft for disposiug of the pests. WELL BALANCED CULTIVATORS The Southern Queen Walking Cultivator is made especially for Southern Farmers—made to plow corn, cotton, peas and other crops. Easy On Your .Team Make your plans early to cultivate your crops with less work—the Southern Queen is the best. HENRY £ JOYNER HDW; COMPANY * - . ♦ 4 t \ >- ' i i k , 1 ’ \ * .4; 2 J* V 4% - . ’’ .r" ....-..:..•;... [!#•*'• ♦ • ♦ * ♦ « « • *» t* 4 i ♦ CLASSIFIED SECTION 4 I , FOR SALE OB TRADE. ! ALFALFA HAY FOR SALE. — ROl BXTDD, Ogden, Ark. 71-t: OCW FOR SALE—GOOD MILK COW Apply at this office._ j FOR SALE—SIX ROOM (RESIDENCE i water and lights, bath esulpped wltl heating fixtures, four lots, good barn easy terms. Apply D. D. Draper DO YOU WANT A GOOD SALARY j Enroll now In Texarkana Buslnes* j College. * R4-tf !l HAVE ONE CAR OF FIGURE TWC mules coming four and five yean old, weighing from 800 to 1050 pounds will sell or cash or on time.—J. R. Reere, Nashville, Ark, 3-1 CALL 44 OR 181 FOR WINDOW boxes and tables. SYRUP FOR SALE—Have a few more gallons at $1 per gallon.—Sam : Flemming. 2-19 FOR SALE—320 acres of fine river bottom land, 50 acres in cultivation, million feet of gum, cypress, hickory and oak timber, close in to Allene oil well, $30 per acre cash or will trade for stock in general merchandise or city property.—W. D. Waldrop, Ash down, Ark. 11-tf FOR SALE—A FEJW SETTINGS B. P. R eggs for sate, Farm Golden Rule poultry from Polk county, Ark. Prize birds at Texarkana fair. Phone 171. 2-23 WANTED. THE NEW JOHNSON HOTEL CAN use hens, fryers and eggs at the market price. Bring them in.—New Johnson Hotel. 2-9 for" a "good pnSr7 “ A * 7 Texarkana Business ccltege A your copy of our new cata .<gu.- at once. 54-tf NOT-CLASSIFIER HEMSTITCHING, PECOTING.—Nelle Cowling, at Lindsay’s Store. 3-2 LAND TO RENT AND ALL KINDS of farm tools for sale.—H. G. San derson, Ashdown. 11-tf CALL 44 FOR FLOWER BOXESi porch boxes, flower stands, magazin es and racks. Any kind of bench work. 4 ■ LOST. LOST—EYEGLASSES between the Methodist church and home Thurs day night. Gold rimmed in case. — Mrs. JL B. Conk Onion Sets, Per Galltfl WATCH I . _JVE SELL, Notice. Notice is hereby given that on or after thirty days from this date there will be introduced for passage in the Arkansas Legislature at its regular 1921 Session, a bill providing among other things that the city of Ashdown may establish, maintain, operate, takeover or construct all public util itilities within said city at the will of the inhabitants of said city, and es pecially light plants and a plant for the manufacture of ice. Said act will contain a complete system for the purpose aforesaid and will repeal all laws in conflict therewith. This the first day of Feb. 1921.—J. E. Locke, mayor; W. W. Bishop, recorder; June R. Morrell, G. C. Cobb, S. S. Meyer, councilmen; C. L. Briant, A. J. Rus sell, Geo. Briant, H. L. Toland, D. H. Tompkins, A. B. Bishop. -o Notice of Commissioner's Sale In the Chancery Court of Little River County, Arkansas. Miller County Bank and Trust Co., and T. P. Booker, plaintiffs vb. E. C. Matthews, Jennie Matthews and J. D. Budd, de fendants. Notice is hereby given that the undersigned in pursuance of the authority and directions contained in a decretal order of said court made in the above styled clause on 'December I$th, 1920, will offer for sale at publio outcry to the highest bidder between the hours prescribed by law for Jud icial sales at the front door of the Lit tle River County court house In Ash down, Arkansas, on Saturday, the 15th day of January, 1921, the followr lng described real estate and lands in Little River county, Ark., to wit: All of lots 17, 18, 19, and 2.0 in block 24 in Budd’s addition to the town of Og den, Ark. Said sale shall be neade on a credit of three months, the" pur chaser to give bond or note with ap proved security J»erefor, which shall bear interest from date until paid at the rate of ten per centum per annum, and a lien will be retained on the lands sold as additional security for the payment thereof, and said sale shall he subject to the approval of the court. This December 18th, 1920. — Jas. H. Williams, Commissioner in Chancery. l-2f -o What Mrs. Brennimrer of New York, Says About Bat Poison. “Tried preparations that kilPrats, but RAT-SNAP is the only one that I prevents disagreeable odors after kill I ing. Also like Rat-Snap because il comes in handy cakes, no mixing with other foqd. You don’t have to dirty your bands, it’s the best for household use.' Try Rat-Snap. Three sizes, 35c 65c, $1.25. Sold and guaranteed by Boyer Drug Store and Tenry & Joynei I Hardware. advt -—o 1 “I Lost My Best Customer Thru Bats,' | Writes J. Adams. | "Used to have the busiest Restau ! rant in town until news spread that the kitchen was infested with rats; lost a lot of my best customers until i I tried Rat-Snap. Haven’t a pest it the place now. Restaurants should use Rat-Snap.” Three sizes, 35c, 65c $1.25. Sold and guaranteed by Henry and Joyner Hardware and Boyer Drug Store.—adv. « WANTED E To Lend Money on Improved ^ Farm Land. Long Time £ Easy Terms. | Write or aee our Inspector K B. C. Phillips or Melver Abstract * Company. t Ashdown, Arkansas \ SECURITY MORTGAGE CO. £ State B^nk Bids. Texarkana, r R. B. Young’s Music * Shift » v ! Hope, Arkansas. Refined Instruments for Refined Homes. BALDWIN, ELLINGTON, HAMILTON Call or write for expert tuning, ; voicing, regulating and repairs. : -FOR FIRE AND TORNADO i INSIIRANCE I SEE LOS! T. JONES 1 r? I r/tNT/iNT/p JUST RECEIVED And on Display at 1203 County- ! Ave., Texarkana. j I \ Two full carloads of Vermont \ Granite Manuments which were 1 positively purchased at pre-war = prices. Have no salesmen on ! road. Just come in and see wha; j you are getting. Instead of look- 1 ing at a picture and trying to imagine what it will look like. Our prices will sell you. Don’t wait until the stock is picked over. 4-1 ..POUR STATES M.ARBLE AND GRANITE WORKS-:— J. G, Ferguson, OTgr. Phone 2664 ' ->i , - A * A Tome For Women - “I was hardly able to drag, I was so weakened,” writes Mrs. PUT CREAM IN NOSE AND STOP CATARRH Tells How To Open Clogged Nos trils and End Head-Colds. You feel fine in a few moments. Yen. cold in head or catarrh will be gone. Your clogged nostrils will open. The air * passages of your head will clear andi you can breathe freely. No more dull ness, headache; no hawking, snuffling, mucous discharges or dryness; no strug gling far breath at night. Tell your d iggist you "want a small bottle of Ely’s Cream Balm. Apply at little of this fragrant, antiseptic cream; in your nostrils, let it penetrate tbroughl every air passage of the head; sooths and heal the swollen, inflamed mucous membrane, and relief comes instantly. It is Just what ever; cold and catarrh I bufferer needs. ‘Dun's stay 1 and miserable..