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♦ People You Know * *♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦: Call 44 for any kind of bench work. J. H. Stull of Long was in Ash down Friday. Henry Watkins of Hope was in Ash down Thursday. Owens Lowery was here from Fore man Wednesday. J. M. Foley of the Wilton country was in Ashdown Thursday morning. R. M. Bone made a business trip to Texarkana Thursday afternoon. F. M. Davis of Foreman was in Ash down Thursday attending to business. Mesdames Cyrus Watkins and S. C. Reynolds were in Texarkana Wednes day. C. A. Edwards of Mineral Springs was attending to business In Ashdown Thursday. P. M. Wood of Red Bluff was in Ashdown Friday morning attending to business. Mrs. Ross Johnston and little daugh ter spent Sunday in Foreman with her parents. At the Royal Monday, a big six reel show, admission 10 cents to all. Mrs. Oscar Hampton left Friday for 1 a week-end visit with relatives at , Murfreesboro. Mesdames W. L. Phillips. Ira Phil lips and Roy Goolsby were in Texar- I kana Thursday. Lewis Mason of Foreman was in Ashdown attending to business Wed nesday afternoon. See the big 10 cent show at the | Royal Monday night. How long since you ate chicken pie? There will be plenty at the Baptist dinner next Wednesday. The Baptist ladies will have a baz arr in connection with their dinner, March 16. Come early and see what they have. Could yet eat a fried chicken If you had a chance? Come to dinner next Wednesday and see how it tastes. The Baptist ladies. For shorthand, bookkeeping, and a position sure come to Henderson’s Texarkana Business College. Write for free catalogue. tf Mrs. A. E. Waters returned Wednes day trom a visit with relatives in Min eral Springs. Her sister, Miss Tabhie Martin, returned with her for a visit. The Baptist ladies will serve a* din ner next Wednesday, March 16, in the building next doo to the Ashdown Gro cery. Every body come and get a square meal. A western drame Monday and admis sion 10 cents at the Royal. •Circle Number One of the Methodist Missionary Society will meet Monday afternoon at 3 o’clock with Mrs. W. O. Sims. All members are urged to be present. One dime admits you to the big show Monday night at the Royal. Do you want a “sun bonnet, apron, or dust cap,” If so pnone Mrs. D. L. Baggarly before March 16. Time for the Baptist spring bazaar. Mrs. Oscar Hampton was hostess to four tables of Bridge Thursday even ing. At the conclusion of the games a delicious salad course was served, after which the guests departed, ex-' pressing themselves as having a very delightful evening. Elmo Lincoln in “Elmo the Mighty” at the Royal Monday night for just 10 cents. News came from Foreman Friday morning that the drill stem at the Sullivan well No. 1 had twisted off, which will necessitate some delay while the stem is being fished out. This well is now reaching an interest ing state. Also news come that the drilling contract for a well n*rth of Foreman has been let. The Epworth League program for Sunday night, . follows: Subject, “China;” leader, Mrs. O. T. Graves; song; scripture lesson; prayer; Chinese greeting and rules of etiqu ette, Henrietta Campbell; The Mis sionary beauttitudes, George Welch; poem, “The New China,” Willie Bis •. hop; Curious Chinese customs,” Luc ile Young; Life of Dr. Mary Stone, Christine Campbell; Poem, “The Har res," Clarine Steel; The Terrible suf fering in China today, told by leader; collection; song; League benediction. Let every Leaguer and others who are interested in suffering humanity be present and contribute to the stric ken people as generously as you would have others administer unto you were you starving and with no means of providing for yourself. Congressman Otis T. Wingo was in Ashdown Thursday vistting with old frienda He had been to Missouri for the Champ Clark funeral and took ad vantage of the nearness to visit his district. He says the Republicans will have to play ball now since the reigns of government are in their hands and their lack of accomplish ment cannot be laid on a Democratic administration as has been their play the past two years. A LEONARD Cleanable REFRIGERATOR Can be kept Clean, Sweet and Pure ALL SIZES AND PRICES Let Us Show You Ashdown Hdw. Co. ’TmTTrrrmrmsmrrc mrrr H u ROYAL THEATRE ft n il 1 it 1 CGifJ^G FRIDAY - SATURDAY Louise Glaum tt H H » li in “Sarah” A bi°- seven reel soecial n With the “Son of Tarzan” Special for= MONDAY Elmo Lincon in “The Mis;htv” | And a Two Reel Western | Drama 3 II Admission 19c to all r FISH \M> (lAME COMMISSION Hot Vrirunionts Arc Made in tlie Leg islature This Week. ' Little Rock, March 10.—(Special)— The Fish and Game Commission, which has been the source of more or less 'opposition ever since it was created has been given another lease of life. The House had manifested a considerable antagonism toward the Commisteion and its opponents had succeeded in tabling or defeating sev eral bills with reference to it. The Senate has been more friendly, how ever, and after making a very heavy reduction in the amount of appropria tion asked for, had sent to the House a bill carrying a total of $80,000 for the next two years. This was pass ed yesterday by the house by a vote of 46 to 25. The opposition was led by Mr. O’Neal of Cleve*anct and Mr. WiMiamson of Sevier, who argued that there was no good derived from the Commission and that it seeks to curtail the rights of tne people. Mr. Belote of Hot Springs, wno Is proud of the title of being generalissimo of the battle axe forces led the fight for the bill. He declared that It seeks to protect and preserve the fish and game of the state and that without some safeguard, the wild life of Arkansas would soon become extinct. When he was asked by one of the members if it was not true that he favored the bill because one of his sons would be appointed game warden if It pass ed, he indignantly denied the state ment and said that not one of his sons would accept such a place tf It were offered him. * o PRESIDENT PRO TEM Senator From Brinkley Wins Over 4 Candidates in Contest* Litte Rock March. 10—Senator G. Otis Bogle of Brinkley, representating the Thirteenth senatorial district was elected president pro tem of the Sen ate and ex-offlcio lieutenant governor last night, following his nomination in the Senate caucus. Senator Bogle’s nomination came on the twenty-ninth ballot when the retirement of Sen. Claude Thompson threw the Fort Smith senator's stren gth to him, creating n spectacular landslide, which gave him a vote of 24 over Sen. Houston Emory of Hot Springs, who had led the ballot up to the twenty-fourth vote. HARMING CAUSES ROW Hardings’ First Message is Cause for a Row. Washington, Mrch 9. — A special I message sent by President Harding to 1 the Senate today, asking early ratliica-; tion of the $25,000,000 treaty with Col- ! ombia immediately started a vigorous controversy, with a considerable group of republicans alleged in op- j position. It was the new executive's first congressional message, and as an-, tici|iated, developed ifhe first open difference between senate and mem bers. The communication was under stool to have recommended ratification of the long delayed treaty principally ; on the ground that such action would improve relations between the United States and Colombia and have a bene ficial effect on relations between the United States and all i.atln America. Publication of the message, read in an executive session of the Senate, was' deferred. Immediate action on the treaty | at the present extra session of the; Senate was urged by Senator Lodge of Massachusetts, Republican floor! leader, but objections came from! both Republicans and Democrats and ! the matter went over until tomorrow. -o ARKANSAS CENSUS FIGURES Comparison of White and Black Popu lation Shown by Figures. Washington, arch 9.—The negro 1 population of Arkansas at the time of the 1920 census was 470,220, an in-, crease of 29,229, or six ana one-tenth per cent, the Bureau of the Census announced today. The white popula- 1 tion of the state was 1,279,756, an in crease of 148,730, or thirteen and two tenths per cent. The foreign horn population is given an eight-tenth of one per cent. The ratio of males to females is one hundred and four and five tents to one hundred. -o-* ENJOY BEAN SUPPER Hi Y Club Held Bean Supper at a Local lloteL »j The Ashdown Hi Y Club enjoyed a splendid supper at the Garret Hotel Tuesday evening. The menu was bak ed beans, rolls, butter, ice cream, and cake. After the feast the following impromptu speeches were rendered: “The Drug Business” Joe Preddy. “The Hotel Business,” Smith Garret. “The Transfer Business,” Ray Fen ton. “The Laundry Business,” Jim Steel. “The Basket Ball Game,” Junior Mills. “The Grocery Business,” Edward Johnson. “The Football Game,” Jennings Rus sell. “The Newspaper Business,” Guy Graves. “The Lumber Business,” Joe Bur I lingame. “The Insurance Business,” Philip Collins. ‘‘Farm Life”, Milton Beck. ‘‘The Moving Picture Business,” Er nest Thill. “The Railroad Business,” Jack Mob ley. “School Teaching,” Lewis Wheelis. “The Ministry,” Rev. Garrett. “Business Success,” Seth C. Rey nolds. I The talks were all Interesting and i the Hi Y boys hope for more blow ! outs like this one in the near future. I _ I Luke Rlelly Says, “The Rat Died Be fore Reaching the River.” “Since moving near the river two years ago, we’ve always used RAT ! SNAP. Watched a vicious water rat, nibbling at RAT SNAC outside the house. About 15 minutes later he ! darted off for the water, to cool his I burning stomach, but he died beffire i reaching it.” Three sizes, 35c, <MSc, j $1.25. Sold and guaranteed by Henry l & Joyner and Boyer Drug Store.—-adv JONES TEST WILL BE SOON Much Interest Centered in Hempstead County Project. Hope, March 9.—Chief interest in oil development here thi3 week is center ed about the test to be made at the Jones well, which is being delayed be cause of a shortage of four-inch cas ing. The pipe was ordered 10 days ago, but it has not arrived. Oil scouts who took advantage or the relaxation in excitement to visit their homes are returning to be on hand when the test is made. Trouble was encountered Saturday afternoon at the Arkansas-Texas Com pany's McKamie well when a drill stem was twisted off. The plug was drilled out and the well was bailed, then it was decided to drill deeper into the sand, and when this operation was started the stem was twisted off and a further delay in the test oc curred. FIERY, ITCH1G SI Mentho-Suiphur, a pleasant cream, will soothe and heal skin that is ir ritated or broken out with eczema; that is covered with ugly rash or pimples, or is rough or dry. Noth ing subdues fiery skin eruptions so quickly, says a noted skin specialist. The moment this sulpiiwr prepara tion is applied the itching stops and after two or three applications, the eczema is gone and the skin is de lightfully clear and smooth. Sulphur is so precious 86 a skin remedy be cause it destroys the parasites that cause the burning, itching or dis figurement. Mentho-Suiphur always heals eczema right up. A small jar of Mentho-Suiphur may be had at any good drug store. o WEAK, NERVOUS, ALL RUN-DOWN Missouri Lady Suffered Until She Tried Cardui.—Says “Result Was Surprising.”—Got Along Fine, Became Normal and Healthy. Springfield Mo.—"My back waa bo weak I could hardly stand up, and I would have bearing-down pains and was not well at any time," says Mrs. D. V. Williams, wife of a well-known fanner on Route 6, this place. “I kept getting headaches and having to go to bed," continues Mrs. Williams describing the troubles from which she obtained relief through the use of CarduL “My husband, having heard of Cardul, proposed getting it for me. “I saw after taking some Cardul ... that I was Improving. The result was surprising. I '<\‘t like a different person. “Later 1 suffered from weakness and weak back, and felt all run-down. I did not -^st well at nigbt, I was so nervous and cross. My husband. said he would get me some Cardul, which he did. It strengthened me . . . My doctor said I got along fine. I was in good healthy condition. I cannot say too much for it." Thousands of women have suffered as Mrs. Williams describes, until they fomnl relief from the use of Cardul. SinA It has helped so many, you should not hesitate to try Cardul tf troubled with womanly ailments. For sale everywhere. £.83 -o Ships Carlond of Eggs. Mena, March 9.—The Izard poultry yards of Mena has shipped a carload of eggs to the Chicago market, making the second carlot shipment from here the past two weeks. 1 CLASSIFIED SECTION FOR SALE OR TRADE. ALFALFA HAY FOR SALE. — ROY BUDD, Ogden, Ark. 71-tf OCW FOR SALE—GOOD MILK COW. Apply at this office. FOR SALE—SIX ROOM RESIDENCE, water and lights, bath esulpped with heating fixtures, four lots, good barn, easy terms. Apply D. D. Draper SEED SWEET POTATOES—Get them now, Nancy Hall $2 per bushel.— J. T. Grounds. Ashdown. tf FOR SAL E— PL AN TIN cTs EED, LONE! Star and Mebane. Supply limited, see me at once.—J. A. McDonald, Ash-! down.___ 17-tf 7!ALL 44 OR 181 FOR WINDOW boxes and tables. RIDING PLANTER—ONE LEDBET TER riding planter, plants anything, for sale. Price $30. Inquire at Ash down Hardware.—J. T. Grounds. tf SYRUP—I STILL HAVE A SMALL amount of pure ribbon cane syrup, which I will sell at $1.25 per gallon, as long as it lasts.—Phone 801F1-2. Geo. M. Johnston. 4-9 FOR SALE—GOOD FRESH JERSEY cow with heifer calf cheap. Call at first house south of Ashdown on Ogden road.—E. L. Phingle. 1^-tf A FEW FAIR OF BANTOM (CHICK ens for sale at $1.00 a pair.—Mar ryne Thill. HAY FOR SALE—Cash of credit.— R. L. Martin, Long, Ark. 3-19 FOR SALE—NEW ~ 240 EGG INCU bator and brooder at bargain.—Mrs. P. B. Davis.. tf PURE BRED MOTTLED ANCONA and Rhode Island Red eggs for sale. $1.50 per setting of 15.—Mrs. O. H. Hampton, Ashdown. 3-19 WHITE WYANDOTTS, bred for show and high egg production. Eggs $1.50 and $2.50 per 15, $15 per 100.— East Side Poultry Yards, Ashdown, Ark. 12 NOT CLASSIFIED TO MY FRIENDS AND CUSTOMERS of Little River county: I will be in Ashdown this spring selling nursery stock for the old reliable nursery of Cabbot, Ark. I will have with me Mr. Beasley and Mr. Skinner, who will assist me. Save your orders for us. —J. M. Hudson, Cabot, Ark. 4-9 Charge this ade for S times . OLD HIGH TOP SHOES CUT DOWN and made new Oxfords at the Am erican Shoe and Harness Hospital. 3-19 YOU KNOW YOR ARE GETTING THE best when you attend Henderson’s business Colloge, Texarkana. Write for free catalogue. tf WANTED AGENTS TO SELL LIFE insurance, can make good money, no capital required. If interested write, Matual Relief Association, Booneville, Arkansas. 8-19 LAND TO RENT AND JILL KINDS of farm tools for sale.—H. G. San derson, Ashdown. 11-tf CALL 44 FOR FLOWER BOXES, porch boxes, flower stands, magazin es and racks. Any kind of bench work. FARM' WANTED—WANTED TO Hear from owner of farm or good land for sale for fall delivery.—L. Jones, Box 551, Olney, 111. It LOST OR STRAYED—ONE BOX Con taining tools, pipe dies and taps, last seen at Service Motor Co., Ashdown, Notify or deliver to postoffice at Ash down. Box addressed to Herman O. Grote. FOR RENT—SEVERAL GOOD 40 and 80 acre tracts of land, good houses, water and fences. No one need apply without good recommendations.—S. S. P. Mills and Son, Wilton, Ark. 3-12 Ms. If. King Tells a Wonderful Story About Rats. Read It. “For months my place was alive with rats. Losing chickens, eggs feed. Friend told me to try RAT SNAP. I did. Somewhat disappoint ed at first not seeing many dead rats, but in a few days didn’t see a live one. What were not killed are not around my place. RAT-SNAP sure does the trick.” Three sizes, 35c, 65c, $1.25. Sold and guaranteed by Henry & Joyner and Boyer Drug Store, adv Richmond Chapter No. 87 Meets First Monday j Might In Each Month J. L. Martin, Sect; E. II. Mobley, H. P. 4SHR0WN LODGE NO. 581 F. & A. » Meets 2nd and 1th .. Wednes day night's Jr Each Month. fr»x*x»)K4s* ♦*»:*♦*♦*»*♦ * WANTED To Lend Money on Improved Farm Land. Long Time Easy Terms. Write or see our Inspector B. C. Phillips or Mclrer Abstract Company. Ashdown, Arkansas SECURITY MORTGAGE State Bank Bldg. Texa E caf I I R. B. Young’s Music Store i \ 1 Hope, Arkansas. •j. Refined Instruments for A> Refined Homes. f, BALDWIN, ELLINGTON, % HAMILTON $ Call or nrite for expert tuning,' ■h voicing, regulating and repair -FOR | FIRE AND TORNADO t SEE mi r. jones * PROFESSIONAL * * ♦ >♦♦♦ + ♦♦♦♦♦+ + ♦ PIIYSICL4NS J. W. RINGGOLD, M. D. Ree pectfully tenders his Professional services to the people of Ashdown* Ashdown. Arkansas Dit, R. L. MEEK—General Practice, Medicine and Surgery. Office In Sanderson Bldg. Phones: Office 92. Resident 92. Afhuown, Arkansas. DENTISTS DR. C. E. MAY, Dentist. Office in Sanderson Building, Ashdown. Arkansas. Mil ARY PLiil-lCS LON T. JONES, Notary Public. Office: Yeager Jones, Ashdown, Arkansas. C. M. SUTTON, Notary Puoiic,—Office in Arkansas State Bank. it. E. HAJii* : ON, Notary Public, office with Mclver Abstract and Insurance Company. Sanderson building. i 0. K. LEWIS, Notary Public, Ar-h down, Arkansas. •I. JL. MARTIN—Notary Public, at Arkansas State Bank. li. H. TOMPKINS, Notary Putlic, office in hirst National Bank Bldg., Ashdown. Ark. ABSTRACTS IS YOUR TITLE GOOD? The only way to find out is to have an Vs abstract made. We have the oldest and most complete set of records in the county. WThy should we not give the best service.—Me Ivor Abstract At Insurance (Jo., Office Vu Sanderson building, Ashdown, Ark. ATTORNEYS 1.1). IiuLANEY, Lawyer. Office in Sanderson Building, Ashdown, Ark ansas. AMERICAN SHOES & HAR- /'$ NESS HOSPITAL—Shoes and harness repaired light. All modern machinery—Mose Attn way, Prop. Ashdown, Arkansas 1 JUNE R. MORRELL, Attorney at Law, Ashdown, Little River Coun ty, Arkansp" 1 JOHN J. IMlLANEY—Attorney-atJ law—Ashdown. Ark. Order of Eastern Star - Meets at Masonic Hall, Second an] Fourth Monday night at 7 o’clock. Mai P. Mobley, Worthy Matron. Mary Lena Sutton, Secretary] OPEN NOSTRILS! END i nuomikdi tnu kj A COLD OR CATARRH | How To Get Relief When Head and Nose are Stuffed Up. 3 ‘ Count fifty! Tour cold in head ty catarrh disappears. Your clogged nos trils will open, the air passages of your head will clear and you can breathe freely. No more snuffling, hawking, * mucous discharge, dryness or headache; > ^ no struggling for breath at night. Get a small bottle of Ely’s Cream 1 Balm from your druggist and apply ai little of this fragrant antiseptic cream in your nostrils. It penetrates througlr every air passage of the head, soothing l and healing the swollen or inflamed mucous membrane, giving you instant relief. Head colds and catarrh yield! like magic, Don’t stay stuffed-up uadi miserable. Relief .is sure,'