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the Year— an extra pair of trousers, can be used to a good advantage. Men and N^|i young men are invited to ^ inspect our line of the Fam ous Master Built Brand. They are the kind you will like, made per- (fsr. feet in every detail, and the fit is perfect. See the new Fall pat* terns. A El! Shirts that are new—yes we have them. New styles, new coloring. We have the new shirts with extra collars to match. ASHDOWN’S QUALITY STORE Rosenzwejcts EASONABLE PLIABLE L_ Y 011*11 get somewhere s with a pipe and P. AJ J ' Prince Albert it told in toppy red bags, tidy red tins, handsome pound and hall pound tin humidors and in the pound crystal glass humidor with sponge moistenar top. y i Copyright 1921 by R. J. Reynold* Tobacco Co. Winston-Salem, N. C. Start fresh all over again at the beginning! Get a pipe!—and forget every smoke experience you ever had that spilled the beans! For a jimmy pipe, packed brimful with Prince Albert, will trim any degree of smoke joy you ever registered! It’s a revelation! Put a pin in here! Prince Albert can’t bite your tongue or parch your throat. Both are cut out by our exclusive patented process. So, just pass up any old idea you may have stored away that you can’t smoke a pipe! We tell you that you can—and just have the time of your life on every fire-up—if you play Prince Albert for packing! What P. A. hands you in a pipe it will duplicate in a home-made cigarette! Gee—but you’ll have a lot of fun rolling ’em with Prince Albert; and, it’s a cinch because P*. A. is crimp cut and stays put! Fringe the national Special Assessment ol Sewerage District No, 1. Notice is hereby given: That the tax books for the collection of special assessment upon the real property ly ing within Sewerage District No. 1 have been placed in my hands. All owners of property within said Dis trict are required to pay their assess ments to me within 30 dayi from this date. If such payment is not made action will be commenced at end of that tii»( for the payment of said as sessmeai and for all legal costs thereon! Given under my hand this the 1st Jfcly of September, 1921,—Lon r. Jonel •lector, --3. Ogden News. Ogden, Sept. 7.—-(Special.)—Now that Labor Day has come and gone, we wonder how many resolved to •follow the Secretary’s advice and ‘all go to work.' This is certainly the most Important thing in the world to-day, "Work” When you stop and think of the thousands and thousands of people it takes to keep this old world moving on and then to think of the vast numbdr idle. If every per son physically and mentally able, would leard off everything else and go to working and praying, a change for the betterment of things would blos som out, We beflleve the| most of our farm ers have raised enougii feedstuff and other food products to carry them safely through the winter. Then why Worry if the cotton crop is cut short. It may prove a blessing in disguise. / From all indications and predict ions this winter is going to be a hard ibne. Better see that your wood shed is filled to its capacity. Mr. and Mrs, A. C. Mills and Misses Marguerite Budd and Eula May Gill were in Texarkana Sunday afternoon. Mrs. Jim WSst and children of An nona, Texas, are visiting with the fam ily of Mrs. W. J. McDowell, Don’t forget the Methodist revival Which begins here Sunday. The social set enjoyed a hay ride Friday evening. Mdsdames W. S, Crouch and Lee Hankins spent Tuesday with Mrs. Dickinson at Red Bluff. Quite a lot of improvements are being done on the school house and grounds preparatory to the opening September 13th. Mr. and Mrs. J, H. Furlow spent Tuesday in Texarkana with Mr. and Mrs. J. G Goodman. Dr, and Mrs. I. N. Hutt have return ed home after a visit at Fouke and "Fort Lynn with relatives. The Ogden Gin is running this week it seems quite odd to hear a whistle. , Miss Marguerite Bannon has enter ed the nurse training school at Tex arkana. , Earl Hankins was the guest of home Jones Saturday and Sunday. / The Ogden Public School will open liere Monday, September 12th, having been postponed a week on account of the serious illness of Mrs. J, Arthur Gray, Miss Minnie Smithson has accepted a position in Terarkana and left Fri day for that place. I Mrs. T. E. Simmons and children of /Conrod, Texas, were guests at the ihome of Mr, and Mrs. J. H. Furlow Sunday and Monday, r Mr Darling has returned from an licit in. tfxo north ( l. L. Cofield has returned from his vacation at Fort Smith. John J. DuLaney of Ashdown was a popular visitor here Saturday even ing, Mr. and Mrs. R. M. Holmes an nounce the birth of a son on the first of September. Mr. and Mr* J. £. Burris have re turned from a stay of several days in Texas, the guests of relatives, f Miss Eula May Gill of Memphis, will conclude a lengthy visit with her cousin, Miss Marguerite Budd, the latter part of the week. Misses May Smithson and Essie Hankins have returned home after an enjoyable visit in Texas. -o Jones Community News Jones Community, Sept. 6.—(Spec ial.)—Mrs. Martha Green is still suf fering with rheumatism. Ruth Mast expects to leave for Mag nolia Sunday to attend school this winter. W, A. Whisenhunt is building a new house on his place. J. B. Ritter is building an auto and wagon shdd. C. H. Rettman is repairing his Sweet potato house, School closed at Miller last Thurs ,'day. Mr. and Mrs. G. C. Hayden were the teachers. There will be no fair report this week for the reason that all the de partment superintendents have not made their reports, But hope to re port next week. Mr. Lollar of Pauls Valley, Okla., visited the fair last Thursday. Some of thosa who visited the fair from Adhdown were: Prof. Wilker son, Supt. L, F. Wheelis and wife, Mrs. Haizlip and daughter. R. M. Bone, Misses Norwood, and Davis, Geo. M. Johnston and R. E, Huddleston. Those attending the fair from Fore man were: Mrs. R. L. Elliot, Mr. and Mrs. G, W. Jdnkins, D A Cook, W. M. Gathright, N, A. George and others. While money was short the Jones Community Fair with the exception of the live stock department, was about as in former years. 1 SHI)OWN LOI GE NO. 581 F. & A. M Meets 2nd anil 4th .. Wednes day night’s In Each Month. Secretary. 8. A. 11AI)BOX, W. M Hicks News. Hicks, Sept. 7.— (Special,)—Every body is busy saving bay. Mrs. A. W. Johnson returned from :Paraloina after a few days visit with relatives. Miss Emma Bearden who has been ■on the sick list for some time is re ported Improving. Walter Matthews made a business trip to De Queen Monday. Misses Mary and Elanor Addington spent Sunday with thdr sister, Mrs. 3. B. Matthews. Mrs. A. W, Johnson and son, Clyde, 'spent the week-end of last week at Brownstown. Misses Irene Quarrels, Bertie Lee Matthews and Wallace Matthews mo tored to Brownstown Sunday morning after Mrs. A. W. Johnson, who has been visiting her sister, Mrs. Leo Gen try, Miss Edna Owcins spent the week end at Wilton with friends. Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Johnston who have been living at Mineral Springs moved back here last week. Erwin Phillips spent Saturday night with Cecil Johnston at Wilton. School opened Monday with a niee crowd of pupils, onr teachers are, Tom Jones, principal, and Miss Hettie 'Robinson, primary, There will be preaching here next Sunday afternoon by Rev. Z. D. Lind say. Willie Turner of De Kalb. Texas, spent Sunday with friemds and rela tives. Eugene Philips spent Sunday with friends and relatives. Miss Hettie Robinson arrived here Friday from Stephens, where she will teach in the school, -_n—_ Foreman News. Foreman, Sept. 8.—(Special.)—Mr. and Mrs. T. D Carrigan and little' daughter, Lois, have returned from a visit with friends at Malvern. Miss Mildred Williams of Idabel is visiting relatives here this week. ' Miss Mary Virginia Hawkins left Tuesday for a visit with friends at Hope. Sam Seligson motored to Ashdown Monday. Atty. Seth C. Reynolds of Ashdown was a business visitor here last Sat urday. Mr. and M1'8- Arden Browj> of Idabel arrived last Saturday for a visit with the latter's parents, Mr. and Mrs. R. S. Williams. ’ Mr. and Mrs Frank Horner and little son, Frank Jr., and Miss Cora Bailey motored to Ashdown Sunday after noon. Mr. and Mrs. F. F. Bell spent the week-end with the latter’s mother, Mrs. Bettie Traylor at Ashdown, ■ The XIV Club met with Mrs. J. H. Ellis Wednesday afternoon, j Mrs. R. W. Berry has as her guest this wc/ek her niece, Miss Mary Port erfield of Little Rock. ' Earl Vanbidder of Bokhoma spent 'the week-end with friends in this city. Miss Nina Isley is the guest of her 'aunt, Mrs. B. Conger. ' Dr. J, T. Bogard of Mena was a business visitor here Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. Erna Davis and little daughter, Katherine, o£ Horatio, ar rived 'Wednesday for a visit with rela tives in this city. Miss Inez Bullington of Ashdown bpent the week-end with her cousin, ’Miss Dolliei Hawkins. T. F. Bowman returned Monday from a visit to relatives and friends at Whelen Springs and El Dorado. ’ Miss Alline Johnson spent Tuesday in Hope. ! Rev. and Mrs. W. A. Steel returned Monday from a visit with relatives at iDe ueen, Miss Mary Bales of Mena returned home last Saturday after an extended visit with relatives in this city. Miss Cora Bailey left last Saturday for Hazen where she will spend a few days with friends before going to Earl where she will teach in the primary department of the Earl High School. R. P. Lindsay and family and Mrs. 'A. E. Waters of Ashdown were the guests of Mr. and Mrs. L. F. Lindsay last Friday. ' Mrs. H. M, Mclver and daughter, Miss Gladys, Mrs. J. P. Cook and Miss Sanderson of Texarkana, spent Sun day with the families of Dr. L. C. ’Shackelford and C. H. Dickens. Mrs. Guy McClean returned to her home at Oklahoma City last Saturday after a waek’s visit with her mother, Mrs. Mary Dollarhide. She was ac companied by her sister, Miss Blanche Dollarhide who will enter school 'there. Fred and George Stroud of Valliant were in Foreman Thursday. ' Missels Mary and Lillian Sykes of Richmond and Natalie Williams of [Ashdown attended the dance here Thursday night, Mrs. J. R. Johnaton of Ashdown is visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. N. D. Ellis. -— . * Winthroo News. Winfhrop, Sept. 8.—(Special.)— Mrs. S. J. Turley who was accompan ied by her mother, Mrs. Overfleld, oft Bauxite, returned from her old hom^ at Jfendefrson, Ky., Thursday. Born to Mr, and Mrs, A A. Morgan Friday, Sept. 2, a son. Miss Harriet Wilson of Horatio wa» here on business Saturday. Miss Emma Brinkley of Cerro Clew do was a pleasant caller in our tovm Saturday. i Jesse Clay spent Saturday and Sun day with home folks. Mr. and Mrs. R. J O’Barr andfc chlldren of De Queen were guests ofr Mr. and Mrs. Ace O’Barr Sunday. Frank Ray returned from the hos~ pital at Shreveport Friday, i Raymond Johnson of Vandervoort* jwas here Saturday. i Mr. and Mrs. Oeo, Brazil, daughter Tmogeno, and son, Kenneth Reid, after a pldasant trip to the Ozarks, return ed homo Friday. Mr. and Mrs. M. T. O’Barr and; , children of Do Queen visited relative^! here Sunday. All that was mortal of Hiram Ech ols was laid to rest in the Camp Ground Cemetery Sunday afternoon,, he having died Saturday after a Ion# lingering illness over two years. Mt Echols was a W. O W. He was a good enterprising citizen. We extend Up, the bereaved family our sincere and, heartfelt sympathy. R, M. Organ of Ennis, Texas, was here Sunday and Monday visiting ht» family who have been quite ill. Miss Lucille and Lyman Young' ! were visitors at the home of Miss Ola. Stephens Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Rotramel and. son Evevettc, returned Tuesday Irons. Shreveport. They will leave thi* week for St. Louis where they will make their future home, traveling by* auto, and will stop at various towns enroute. John Rieves of Vivian, La., was her© Monday. Warren Webb, of Allene visited: home folks Sunday. C. W. West was checked in here as agent for the K, C. S. depot. Mrs. K. R. Hicks and daughter, Mar jorie are visiting relatives at Red Oak* Okla., this week. A. L Gill of Texarkana was her© Tuesday. J. T. Ector of Texarkana mad© «. business trip here Tuesday. ' R. J. Echols of Jefferson, Texas, -re turned home Tuesday, after attending 'the bedside and burial of his brother, Hiram Echols. Mr. and Mrs, J. E. Weaver antfc 'daughter are visiting relatives in Per celle, Oklahoma, this week. ' Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Brown an<^“ daughter, Zelma, left Tuesday tor Starks, Texas, where Mr. Brown wilt be relief agent. Miss Mildred Williams motored o»* er from Idabel, Okla., Wednesday. C. T. Mitchell of El Dorado who had the misfortune to have his store and home burned last week at that place, as here Wednesday on business K. R, Hicks was in DeQueen Wed— ndsday. Geo. Hicks of Red Oak, Okla., was here on business Wednesday. ' Mrs. C. W. West and son, W. T., ar rived Thursday afternoon. Preston Morgan made a business trip to Texarkana Thursday. Miss Addic Morgan left Thursday to visit her sister, Mrs. Julia Scott, who is sariously ill at the M. M. Hos pital at Texarkana, after undergoing a serious operation, Aliens News. AMene, Sept. 8.—(Special.T—John nie Mears of Kansas City is visiting realtives and friends here this weefe Roy Johnson and W. F. Brookshire^ motored to Foreman Thursday. H. J. Hughes returned Tuesday from Center Point, where he hact at* tended the funeral of his uncle, John Hughes. H. Patton was in Texarkana Tues day. W. H. Johnson was in Ashdown. Tuesday, G. N. Stocke is on the sick list thin week. School opened here Monday morn* ing with 70 pupils. Mr. W. D. Burk lin is principal and Miss Hazel McKe* is assistant Horace Routon of Ashdown was in our city Thursday. Mrs. Bertie Hughes of Kansas City, is visiting relatives and friends here* this week. Rev. Benson filled his regular ap pointment here last Saturday night and Sunday. Dr. McCrary visit ed at Nashville ,this week, , Improvements going on in town, B. C. Smith is having a small barn built, George Tetry of Ashdown is visit ’ing here this week.