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Nobody can tell me anything different Camel H J. REYNOLDS Tobacco Co. Wintton.SalMB, M. C. BLAZE AT TEXARKANA Cafe and Rooming House Is Destroy ed $ Loss Over $2,000. Texarkana, June 7.—Fire of un known origin destroyed the Atlas cafe, owned and operated by Mrs. Etta Oswald, corner of State Line arenue and Front street, about 11 o’clock Sunday. The building, a two-story brick structure, owned by Louis Heilbron, was damaged about $2,000, covered by insurance. - - - Mrs. Oswald conducted a rooming house upstairs. Practically all fur nishings in both the cafe and the rooming house were ruined. Mrs. Os wald carried no insurance. Prompt and efficient work of the Fir# Department probably saved the entire block from destruction. -o— four bushels of whippoor will peas for sale. $3.25 per bushel ?. o. b. Red Bluff.—W. W. Dickinson, x Card of Thanks. Wilton, June 9.—To our many frienda of Wilton we wish to extend our many thanks for the help and kindness during the illness and death of our daughter and sister. May God’s richest blessings rest on them all.—Mr. and Mrs. H. G. Chauncey, Henry E. Chauncey, Mrs. H. S. Walk er, • > ■ o One-Cent Sale on Screen Dqoes at Henry & Joyner Hdw. Co. 0*v S?«ife Mews. Oak Grove, June 8.—(Special.)— We are still hoping for a good rain as everything is getting dry. The ail day singing at Oak Grove is over and we ivfid a good singing, but we always have good singings on that day. The farmers are still at work. Some are cut flag hay and some are laying by cantaloupes. Mrs. Reed Smith of Texarkana is visiting Mrs. Nettie Green this week. Willie Kelley while trying to get a rabbit out of a log got snake bit Mon day, but is getting along very well at this writing. The weather is getting hot and it seems like everybody is hunting the river. There was some few on the river Sunday, having a good time it seems. Edd Smith and R. J. Stanley are hauling logs this week for the new l^ill at King Rider. Ardie Dover can still plow his can taloupes without getting his horse i down. But they are good, have some 1 melons on them. ! We seen Mr. P.ussell RRthr out'Sun , day in a new Ford car. .Well <Pha* | will be next? Can you guess? j Albert Roberts and his brother, I Edgar, l-.avfe gone' to Texas to work ; on the highway. ! Lester Stanley is sick this week ! having chills. The little son of Mr. and Mrs. Claud | Dover has been quite sick but is bet i ter now. Born to Mr. and Mrs. C. B. Dover a 12 pound boy. The mother and sen are getting along fine, also the father is better now. -o Foreman News. Foreman, June 10.—(Special! —Mrs. Fred Gantt and Miss Winnie Taft'ee are visiting relatives in Idabel. Mrs. Chas. R. O’Farrell of Rich mond, Va., and Mrs. H. G. Grady of Oklahoma are visiting their sister, Mrs N. D. Ellis. Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Lindsay of De Kalb were the guests of their son, L. F. Lindsay Tuesday. Mrs W. M. Gathright has returned from an extended visit to Hot Springs. Miss Bendette Dollarhide returned Friday from Augusta, where she has been teaching. Misses Minnie Lee and Mattie Phil lips were in Ashdown Wednesday. Mrs. M. E. Read returned Thursday from Little Rock, where she has been visiting relatives and friends. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Horner, theti mother, Mrs. Wooflerson and Mrs E. G. Campbell motored to Ashdowr Sunday afternoon. Carl Sanderson has returned from Columbia, Tenn., where he has beer attending Columbia Military Academy, Mrs. M. V. Flfppin returned Satur day from Dallas, Texas. She was ac companied home by her nephew and niece, Hawkins and Elouise, who have been attending school there. Miss Mary Ruff of New Boston re turned home Wednesday. Miss Josie Anderson of Hope is the guest of her sister, Mrs. R. W. Berry. Sullivan well No. 2 has suspended operation because of lack of water. Mr. and Mrs. R. P. Lindsay and ohildren were the guests of Mr. and Mrs. L. F. Lindsay Tuesday. County Surveyor R. S. Thomas was in town Wednesday. Misses Ozena Brown anaj DoHlarhlde, who are teaching at Amer ica, Okla., spent the week end with friends and relatives in foreman. as Cora Bailey, who has been teaching at Hdzen. letnlTied bfunp Thursday. D. H. Porter of DeKalb, Texas, was tbd guest of W*. and Mri L- F. Lindsay Thursday, R. W. Berry was called to Hope lsfct Friday on ascount of the dfeath od his aunt. Mrs. Rowlan. Mrs. Bun Hopson and children are visiting relatives at Selma, t*. --—0 -- Cerro Gordo Mews. Cerro Gordo, June 9.— (Special) Quite a few of our young folks attend ed the singing at Oak Grove last Sun day. George Brazil has returned from Idabel, where he has been on busi ness for a week. Mrs. Geo. Strawn has returned from Texarkana, where she has been visit ing her daughter. Miss Belle Strawn. Charley Hopkins said he was sure happy since he has chopped his cot ton. The Horatio berry farm is damaging several thousand dollars for need of work. . , Miss Im ijcon Bra'.-i is on the sick list. Misses Esta and Lena Simpson of Idabel atended the s.nglng at Oak Grove Sunday. Gladys Nunn spent the week end la W’lnthrop. Mrs A. J. Babcock has returned home from Ashdown, where she has been visiting her sister. Mrs. O. C. Taylor. Miss Anna Drake of Idabel Is hare visiting her mother, Mrs. Drake. Everyone enjoyed the heavy rain that fell here Wednesday night. ,l.m Prfzil and Hugh MoClinton are visiting El Dorado this week. .mKmKmuKKKKKmKrcnKKKKKKKS: ; SJ h |K !g iH La diet' Hote In Black Mercerized, Medium Weight, Fashioned, with Stain Made Strong Just Where the Wear is Hardest, Double Sole, High Spliced Heel, Full Elastic Anti-Run Top a Heal Special for ... 33c Ladies’ Fine Silk Hose With Mercerized Tops. White, Black and Drew®, Special Price .. $1.50 All Silk Hose Made of Pure Siik Thread with Fancy Siik Tops, Double Heel and Toe, Special Price . V c CO Kfl “The Right Place” Ashdown, Ark. Winthron News. Winthrop, June 9.— (Special)—The Land Mark Baptist church members are holding a series of revival ser vices this week. The meeting is con ducted entirely by home forces, their minister, Kev. Hodge, doing the prea ching. Mrs. Ed Mooney and little son of East St. Louis are visiting the former’s parents this week. Jess Turley of East St. Louis was called home on account of the serious illness of his father, J. T. Turley. Mrs. G. C. Hamblin and children left Saturday for an extended visit to Mrs. Robert Pittman at Homer, La. Miss Lucille Young of Ashdown is the week end guest of Miss Ola Steph ens. C. M. Broomfield and Dr. J. L. Peavy are in business at the store lately, occupied by Mr. Taylor. Mrs. Laura Young and son. Lvman were here from Ashdcwn Sunday, Miss Lillie Kidwell of Horatio was the guest of Mrs. C. H. Moorehead Sunday. Mrs. Frank Lang and children 01 Ashdown are visiting the former s mother, Mrs. Mary Davts, this week Mrs. Bama Smith and son of Tex arkana are spending the week end with relatives and friends here. Pink Jones made a business trip t( DeQueen Sunday. Clyde Hamblin left for Grand Ba you, La., Thursday. Tolley Webb was here Sunday to see home folks. Mr. and Mrs. I. Q Jones of Okla homa City are spending the week end with the latter's parents, Mr. and Mrs, Otto Smith. Wri had a splendid rain Wednesday right. The farmers are very much helped for the month of dry weather was discouraging. The Truck Grojwers shed at the K. C. S. Depot is nearing completion and shows thrift of our association. Why not boost Winthrop and the truck growers? o Kicks News. Hicks, Jane 8.—(Special.)—This is nice weather for the farmers who afre trying to save their oatg. Miss Susie McCray of Wilton spent Saturday night and Sunday with Irene Quarrels. Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Matthews. Mrs. A. W. Johnston, Claud Matthews and Messers Burdie JLee Matthews and Crnmmie WTelo£ spent the week-end at paraloma Mias Emma Bearden who is in the sanitarium at Texarkana is reported doing nicely. The crowd that motored to Mill wood Saturday night were, Wallace Matthews, Jim Wright and Misses Su sie McCray, Grace Phillips and Irene Quarrels. Mrs. J. N. Phillips who has been on the sick list for several weeks is up and improving. Miss Fannie Hunter of Ashdown spent Satdrday night and Sunday with Misses Bertha and Hattie Gill. Mrs. A. W. Johnston is on the sick list this week. Misses Grace Phillips. Lizzie Welch and Dovie Jean are attending teach er’s institute at Foreman. Jim Matthews is chilling again. Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Barker oi Millwood spent Saturday night and Sunday with Mrs. Barker’s parents, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Welch. Charley Meredith and Junior Mills were Hicks visitors Monday. Eugene Phillips of Fulton was a HicKs visitor Sunday . It is reported that George Johnston has a new saddle, as he was seen rid ing around Sunday with a laprobe over his saddle to keep the dust from settling on it. I -FOR FIRE AND TORNADO INSURANCE SEE LON T. JONES 3 LA»■ -*- U-»- i-a. j A'1'am/a.j^ SIX GILLETTE BLADES WITH HOLDER $1.25 PREPAID In Attactive Case Satisfaction Guaranteed or Money Refunded This Offer for a Limited Time Only Remit by Money Order or Cash— no stamps FRAD RAZOR CO,. 147s Broadway SEW YORK CITY I Pine Prairie News Pine Prairie, June 7.— (Special.)— The farmers are enjoying these little rains on their crops for they are need* ing rain. Little Miss Myrtle McCormick, grand daughter of Mr. Jess Buster baa been very sick, but is improving rapid ly now. Gravel hauling has been in progress for the past two weeks and guess they are glad to see the rains for the roads have been very dusty. The dance at Ed Waldron’s Satur day night was enjoyed. j ^ Well, we had quite a little show at Pine Prarie Monday morning, Billie Briggs caught his little mule, he only gave $30 for and started to plow with him and got on him and started to ride him. Billie finally stopped him from pitching long enoungh to get off, guess if he hadn’t he would have been pitch ing yet. John McConnell and little daughter, Annie May are on the sick list this week. Miss Ruby McCullough returned home Monday from Wickes.