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.er, sleep Sold by Boy Air. and Airs. Henry Freeman of Foreman were among the Foreman people who attended the Clifford Locke funeral Sunday afternoon. Chas. Yarborough and family have returned from Kentucky and Alabama and will make this their future home. Chas. says he likes Arkansas bg£t after all. > In abont two weeks Sidney Keener will begin the erection of a residence on his present location. It will be of the bungalow type very much like the residence of M. M. Draper just com pleted. J. T. Sikes, who was formerly in business at Allene, but who for the past two or three years has been in business at Fouke, has moved back tc Allene and opened his business there was * in jlhe qity Monday. We :are glad to have Mr. Sikes back homt again. Tanlac has the largest sale of anj medicine in the world, Over Twenty Million bottles have been sold in sij years. No other medicine ever ap proached it as a seller. Boyer Druf Store. Mena Horse Shoes in Demand. Alena, Jan> 6.—Dave Baker a Mem horseshoer who follows the westeri racing circuits during the summer, ii finding a profitable winter occupatioi at home in making shoes for both bar ness and running horses. He ship! the shoes to owners of racing stable! in the north and has just completed i shipment of $100 worth of equine foot wear to the owner of a big stable o: racers at Fredonia, Kansas. T. Mr. ate rs. ,ers but the lived . grand industrious ,rand children she .. of them she dreams by -hey all love and honor her ->o. She has wrought nobly in this checkered world of ours.—By a guest. Warning Order. In the Little River Chancery Court, Little River County, Arkansas. Bank of Foreman plaintiff vs. C. A Rees & Co. et al. defendants. The Defendants O. E. Cobb, B. R. Jenkins, Roy C. Cam pbell, O. E. Cobb, J R. Mylntyre and A. J. Simpson are hereby warned to appear in this court within thirty days and answer the complaint of the plain tiff herein. Bank of Foreman. Witness my hand and the seal of said Court this 31st day of December, 1921.—Jas. H. Wiliams, Clerk. Johnson & Shav er. Attys. for Pltff. June R. Morrell, Atty, ad litem. STATE GETS FEDERAL FI NDS Governor’s Proclamation .Makes Ma ternity Act Effective Here. Little Rock, Jan. 8.—Approval of the federal maternity and child hygiene act was voiced in a proclamation is sued yesterday by the governor, who expressed supplementary legislation to the next General Assembly. The governor’s proclamation will make available for the state, until the enactment of specific legislation an annual appropriation of $10,000 from 1 the federal government to be used for educational work among expectant mothers and for furthering the care i of children. Under the terms of the i federal act, the Sheppard-Towner bill s enacted November 23, 1021, appropria i tions of $10,000 for each state are made . for the first year, contingent upon the i state’s manifestation of willingness to i co-operate nationally. Several states have enacted laws in accord with the federal act, and others have availed ’ themselves of its provisions by proc lamation, as has Arkansas. RMER mplete stock of Im- j! Wagons, Buggies, j; is as we have ever lj we have to make a |j and are making it. j! lrdware Co. | y >'ew Tear’s .Meeting of I lie W. M. S. The first meeting of the year held <- by the Methodist W. M. Society on d January 4th, with Mrs. W. L. Phillips as hostess, was marked by the instal lation of officers for the new year, in nection with an interesting pro 1. The meeting was opened with ading by the leader, Mrs. Ethel from the Bible Study for the St. Mark, first chapter, in which lessage was stressed, “Prepare way of the Lord, make his ftraightf” Africa, the first country study for the year en up; scriptural quotations ? with letters of this name ven by members, following n “African Palaver” was en by eight ladies, this dialogue g much light upon the work dark country. An inspiring ; from the Home Base secre ir the new year was read by members of the society. The [Ration services was conducted ne pastor, Rev. Z. D. Lindsay, i the following assumed office for year: President, Mrs. O. T. ives; vice-president, Mrs. Percy eel; reconFng-secretary, Mrs. Ben >ve; corresponding-secretary, Mrs. J. . Johnson; treasurer, Mrs. Irvin 'vner; local treasurer, Mrs. Orus ’Slie; Supt. young people, Mrs. W. Phillips; assistant, Y. P. work. Mrs. v’de Briant; Supt. Juniors, Mrs. J. Duren; assistant Supt. Juniors, rs. W. N. Pittman; Supt. Mission .udy, Mrs W. W. York; Supt. Social ■rvice, Mrs. S. C Reynolds; Supt. of applies, Mrs. Frank Locke. During le business session which followed ,i final round-up of finances with good effect was made by the tireless treas urer, Mrs. Cyrus Watkins who has served the society for three years. Recognition was made of services of officers of the past year, led by Mrs. C. L. Briant, who has been the efficient and faithful president for 2 years. This auxiliary has not been inactive during the holidays, every meeting be ing held regularly amid the rush and work incident to this season. On De cember 21st at the hospitable home of Mesdames J. S. and Cyrus Watkins a Harvest meeting with appropriate program was held, the unique decora tions of grain, sheaves, pumpkins and beautiful autumn leaves reminding of the ingathering of sheaves for the Mas ter on this occasion. Again on De cember 28th with the same hostesses a holiday meeting of the society was held the brilliant decorations and program being appropriate to the great Christian celebration. Delight ful refreshments were served on both of these occasions by the hostesses, assisted by the daughter of the house,1 Mrs. Nona Downs. The auxiliary has the advantage of a resident district secretary. Mrs. Seth C Reynolds, who [attends all the meetings and gives in spiration by her presence and zeal. Delegates will be elected at the next meeting to attend the annual meeting Little Rock conference which convenes at Texarkana, Feb. 19, 1923. Notice of First Meeting of Creditors. In the District Court of the United 'States for the Western District of Ar kansas, Texarkana Division, in Bank rupcy. In the matter of Villas L. Sessions of Winthrop in the County of Little River State and District afore said, a Bankrupt. To the (Creditors of the Above Named Bandrupt: Notice is hereby given that on the Jan. 9th, 1922. the above named party was duly adjudicated a bankrupt and that the first meeting of the creditors will be held at my office in the City of Texar kana on the Jan. 19th, 1922, at 10 o’ clock in the forenoon, at which time the said creditors may attend, prove their claims, appoint a trustee, exam ine the bankrupt and transact such other business as may properly come before said meeting. Bankrupt’s claim for exemptions will be investigated at the same time and place.—Gustavus G. Pope, Referee in Bankruptcy, Texar kana, Ark, FOR SALE—A few s.ttings of White Chinese goose eggs.—-Mrs. A. B, Bishop, It * CLASSIFIED SECTION * MY HOME FOR SALE AT A BAR gain. Liberal terms to right party. Also sectional Book Case cheap.—D. H. Tompkins. tf BARGAINS IN USED FORDS WITH startera Liberal terms.—McCormick Motor Co.___^ ALFALFA HAY FOR SLE—Dr. I. N. Hutt, Ogden, Ark.___ 11 WANTED—Mending or quilting to do. I am a widow and will appreciate your giving me your work. live a cross the Frisco R. R. near the old stave mill. If you cannot bring it to me, notify Miss Hattie Curran and she will let me know through my little girl who is in her room.—Mrs. Gandie. WANTED CARS TO WASH. PRICE, 50c to $1.00.—Russell & Bowles,. 4t FOR RENT.—6 room house, electric lights, bath, good well water, 2£ acres ground all fenced, $16.00 per month— C. A. Mahon, Ashdown, Ark. It SALESMEN WANTED to solicit ord ers for lubricating oils, greases and paints. Salary or Commission. Ad dress THE HARVEY OIL CO., Cleve land, Ohio. It w ——————— DECLARES PROHI’S AA’INNING Chief Says Enforcement of Dry Law Is Nol a Failure. Chicago. Jan. 8.—Prohibition law is not a failure, and while enforcement of it probably will never reach the 100 per cent point of efficienty, it rapidly is approaching the highest possible point, R. A. Haynes, national prohi bition director, said today in an ad dress before the Law Enforcement League of Chicago. No law can be enforced 100 per cent, Mr. Haynes sank He declared the chief obstacle in enforcement of the Volstead act are apathetic citizens and lethargic public officials. “The ‘wets’ have spread carefully planned propaganda to make it appear that the prohibition law is a failure and cannot be enforced,’ said Mr. Haynes. “They put in capital letters liquor imported into this country. The facts show that the total importation during he past fiscal year were one half of one per cent of the total con sumption of liquor in the United States the year before prohibition. Propaganda says crime has in creased since prohibition. Facts show that the crime wave is world-wide, and that it would be just as sensible to blame it on woman suffrage as on prohibition, and convictions for diunkenness increased about the same per cent in wet England. “Facts show that liquor withdraw als from warehouses in this country during the past October were only 50 per cent of the withdrawals in the previous October.” -o HEAVY MEAT EADS HAVE SLOW KBNEYS Bat 1m» meat if you feel Backachy or hava bladder trouble—Take glut of 8 alto No man or woman who eats meat regu larly can make a mistake by flushing the kidneys occasionally, says a well-known authority. Meat forms urio acid which excites the kidneys, they become over worked from the strain, get sluggish and fail to filter the waste and poisons from the blood, then we get sick. Nearly all rheumatism, headaches, liver trouble, nervousness, dizziness, sleeplessness and urinary disorders come from sluggish kidneys. The moment you feel a dull ache in the kidneys or your back hurts or if the urine is cloudy, offensive, full of sedi ment, irregular of passage or attended by a sensation of scalding, stop eating meat and get about four ounces of Jad Salts from any pharmacy; take a tablespoonful in a glass of water before breakfast and in a few days your kidneya will act fine. This famous salts is made from the acid of grapes and lemon juice, combined with lithia, and has been used for generations to flush and stimulate the kidneys, also to neutralize the acids in urine so it no longer causes irritation, thus ending bladder weakness. Jad Salts is inexpensive and cannot injure; makes a delightful effervescent lithia-water drink which everyone should take now and then to keep the | kidneya clean and active and the blood ! pure, thereby avoiding serious kiduev I 5 complications. * ' FREE .1 DELIVERY We have put on a free delivery | FRESH MEAT, GROCERIES, AND FEED Give Us Your Order Phone No. 2 J. T. REED & SON rAX COLLECTOR’S NOTICE I will be at the several voting precincts in the County for the purpose of collecting both real and personal taxes for the year, 1921, at the time and place mentioned below’: Johnson Township, Ogden, Monday, January 30, 1922. Franklin Township, Davis School House, Tuesday, January 31st, 1922. Red River Township, Richmond, Wednesday, February 1 1922. T >ck Creek Township, Oak Hill, Thursday, February 2, 1922 Cleveland Township, Wilton, Friday and Saturday, Februar; 3 and 4, 1922. Caney Township, Cerro Gordo, Monday and Tuesday, Febru ary 6th and 7th, 1922. , Jeff Davis Township, Miller School House, Wednesday, Feb ruary 8th, 1922. Little River Township, Winthrop, Thursday and Friday February 9th and 10th, 1922. | Burke Township, Allene, Monday, February 13th, 1922. Arkinda Township, Arkinda, Tuesday, February 14th, 1922. Arden Township, Arden, Wednesday, February 15th, 1922. Jackson Township, Foreman, Thursday, Friday and Satur day, February 16th, 17th and 18th, 1922. After which date I will be in my office in Ashdown, Arkansas until April 10, 1922. After which time the penalty of 10 per cent will be attachei Please bring your last year’s Tax Receipt or Land Number Given under my hand this 28th day of December 1921 H J. R. PIERCE, Collector of Little River County, Arfl Million Packets Of Flower Seeds Free We believe in flowers around the homes of the South. Flowers brighten up the home surroundings and give pleasure and satisfaction to those who have them. We have filled more than a million packets of seeds, of beautiful yet easily grown flowers to be glveu to our customers this spTihg. Wouldn’t you like to have five packets of beautiful flowers free? YOU CAN GET THEM! Hastings 19.82 catalog is a lOfepage handsomely Illustrated seed book full from cover to cover of truthful descriptions and illusfrations of vegetables, flbwers and farm crops. It Is full of helpful gar den, flower and farm information that is needed In every Southern home, and, foo. the catalog tells you how to get these flower seeds absolutely free. Write for oiir 1922 catalog now. It is the finest, most valuable and beau tiful seed book ever published, and you will be mighty glad ytfo’ve got It. There ts no obligation to buy any thing. Just ask for the catalog, and it will con'ie by return mail. H. C. HASTINGS CO., SEEDSMEN, ATLANTA, GA. | NOSE CLOGGED FROM 1 A COLD OR CATARRH j ! Apply Cream in Nostrils To I ) Open ^Up Air Passages. j Ah! What relief! Your clogged nos trils openjright up, the air passages of your head are clear and you can breathe freely. tNoJmore hawking, snuffling, mucous discharge, headache, dryness-—no struggling for breath at night, your cold or catarrh|isfgone. . IJon’t Stayjstuffed up! Get a small bottle of l'.ly 8,Cream Balm from voui druggist now. Apply a little of'this fragrant, antiseptic cream in \uur nos trils, let it penetrate through every air passage of the head; soothe and heal tne swollen, inflamed mucous membrane, giving you instant, relief. Ely's Cream nalm is just what every cold and ca tarrh sufferer has been seeking. It’a just splendid. 6 ... PURE SORGHUM ! SYRUP i 50 CentSj Per Gallon FLEMMING BROS.i | Ashdown, Ark. I wwmsmnmmmnimmutmmwii NOTICE Get the world’s pas3 word—Cut down the expense. You save Dollars by becoming our custo mer. We wash everything but the baby. Positively we will do your laundering cheaper than you can do it yourself. just count up the cost, your soap, starch, blueing, electric current, -uel and your time or help. Family rough drying—that is washing and starching for Ccf a pound. For a few pennies ad-j ded we iron the same. We re-j turn your work at any time you, want it. For further informajj tion, phone 242. 1 NORTHCROSS LAUNDRY ■ Ashdown, Arkansas DENTISTS DR. C. E. MAY, DENTIST. in Sanderson Building, Arkansas.