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Men’s leather gloves, with gauntlets, price per pair, 50c Sox Men’s heavy, blue wool and cotton sox price per pair, 25c Sox Men’s gray work sox, price per pair 12c Unions Men’s heavy unions fleeced lined, price per suit, $1.00 ASHDOWN ARK. LINDSAY’S THE RIGHT PLACE Sweaters Men’s and boys’ gray sweaters, sizes 38 to 40, price $1.00 Boys’ Caps Boys’ black velvet caps, with ear flaps, price, 50c Shirts Men’s gray flannel shirts, our style with one pocket, price 89c Knit Ties Men’s knit ties, solid colors with pretty stripes, price, 50c to $1.00 GET THIS A man who whispers down a well About the hogs he has to sell Will never reap the gleaming dollars Like he who climbs a tree and hollers Come to my sale Jan. 21st 1 P. M. PLAINVIF.W STOCK FARM J. A. McDonald, Prop. For a Better Position Come to Wadsley’s Business College. Girls may live with us and do lighthousekeeping in our home, greatly reducing expenses. Special terms unti February 1st. Write for particulars. G20 Walnut Street, Texarkana, Texas-Ark. When you are suffering with rheu matism so you can hardly get around just try Red Pepper Rub and you will have the quickest relief known. Nothing has such concentrated, pen etrating heat as red peppers. Instant relief. Just as soon as you apply Red Pepper Rub you feel the tingling heat. In three minutes it warms the sore spot through and through. Frees the blood circulation, breaks up the congestion— and tl'.c old rheumatism torture is gone. Rowlcs Red Pepper Rub, made from red peppers, costs little at any drug store. Get a jar at once. Use it for lumbago, neuritis, backache, stiff neck, sore muscles, colds in chest. Almost instant relief awaits you. Be sure to get the genuine, with the name Row! s on each package. \ NOSE CLOGGED FROM A COLD OR CATARRH | Apply Cream in Nostrils To 4 OpenJJp Air Passages. | AM What relief! Your clogged nos dsi open right up, the air passages of head are clear and you can breathe No more hawking, snuffling, •uim 3 discharge, headache, dryness—r.o struVling for breath at night, your cold 0r e Aarrh is gone. Bon’t stay stuffed up! Get a small bottle of Ely’s.Cream Halm from youi druggist now. Apply a little of this fragrant, antiseptic cream in your nos trds, let it penetrate through every air Passage of the head; soothe and heal the swollen, inflamed mucous membrane, giving you instant relief. Ely’s Cream . a*m is just what every cold and ca wrrh sufferer has been sucking. It’s just rpleadid LADIES! LOOK YOUNG, DARKENJRAY HI Use the Old-time Sage Tea and Sulphur and Nobody Will know. Gray hair, however handsome, de notes advancing age. We all know the advantages of a youthful appear ance. Your hair is your charm. It makes or mars the face. When it fades, turns gray and looks streaked, just a few applications of Sage Tea and Sulphur enhances its appearance a hundred-fold. Don’t stay gray! Look young! Either prepare the recipe at home or get from any drug store a bottle of “Wyeth’s Sage and Sulphur Com pound,’’ which is merely the old-time recipe improved by the addition of other ingredients. Thousands of folks recommend this ready-to-use prepara tion, because it darkens the hair beau tifully, besides, no ono can possibly tell, as it darkens so naturally and evenly. You moisten a sponge or soft brush with it, drawing this through the hair, taking one small strand at a time. By morning the gray hair disappears; after another application or two, its natural color is restored and it becomes thick, glossy and lus trous, and you appear years younger Wyeth’s Sage and Sulphur Com* pound is a delightful toilet requisite It is not Intended for the cure, miti gatlon or prevention of disease. . ASHDOWN LODGE NO. 581 F. & A. 31. Meets Second and Fourth Wednesday Night’s in Each Month. J. L. MARTIN, Secretary’. S. A .MADDOX, W. M. »*** +++*** * + *•»«• PROFESSIONAL 6 *V *JI* •;• <S* <f* *5* 4* •!• ‘s* •£• C* *J <£• *5* 'S* # 0 PHYSICIANS ,V. RINGGOLD, M. D„ RESPECT fully tenders his professional ser vices to the people of Ashdown, Ark. NOTARY PUBLIC. It. E. HAMPTON—NOTARY PUBLIC, ''tiics with Mclver Abstract and In -ice Company, Sanderson Build- \ Ashdown. Ark. LON T. JONES—NOTARY PUBLIC j Ollice in Wood Building, Ashdown I Arkansas. J. L. MARTIN—NOTARY PUBLIC At Arkansas State Bank. • D. H. TOMPKINS—NOTARY PUBLIC j Office in First National Bank Bldg Ashdown, Arkansas. J. MILLLER JOHNSON, JR., NOTARY Public, with First National Banl< Ashdown, Ark. C. M. SUTTON—NOTARY PUBLIC j Office in Arkansas State Bank. AMERICAN SHOE Ai HARNESS HOS : I PITAL—Shoes and harness repaired j •ight. All modern machinery.—Most vtaway, Prop., Ashdown, Ark. 'OIIN J. DuLANEY—ATTORNEY A< LAW—Ashdown, Arkansas. Z>. DuLANEY, LAWYER. Office Sanderson Building, Ashdown, .ansas. MINE R. MORRELL. ATTORNEY A'l LAW—Ashdown, Little River Coun y, Arkansas. DENTISTS OR. C. E. MAY, DENTIST. OFFICE in Sanderson Building, Ashdown Arkansas. Richmond hapter No. 87 ’rets First Monday | Night In Each Month ( f It. Mohley, H. P. ; 4. L. Martin, Sect] Foreman ftiews. Foreman, Jan.16.— (Special.)—Mrs. John Ed Locks of Ashdown was the guest of Mrs. Frank Horner Tuesday. DIrs. J. Rk Olive returned home Sunday from a visit with Mrs. L. W. Olive at Mena. Mrs. E. W. Bales of Poteau, Okla., arrived Sunday for a visit with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. i). S. Collins. Mrs. Carl Schuman left Saturday for a visit with her niece, Mrs. Lena White at Idabel, Okla. Mrs. Guy McLean was the guest of her cousin, Mrs. L. A. Leadhetter of Idabel, Okla., last week Ur. A. M. Nixon was a business vis itor here Saturday. Phil Hawkins was an Ashdown vis itor Wednesday. Dir. and Mrs. R. P. Lindsay and lit tle son, Charles, spent Wednesday with Mr. and Mrs. L. F. Lindsay. Mrs. T. II. Patterson returned .Thursday from a visit with her daugh ter, Mrs. Jas. II. Williams, at Ash down. Mr. T. I). Carrigan was a business visitor in Mena last Saturday. Among those who attended the fun eral of Clifford Locke of Ashdown were: Sam Seligson, Isador Marcus, Dir. and DIrs. Henry Freeman, Henry Dyer and John H. Hawkins. J. C. Mitchelmore left Wednesday for ElPaso, Tex., where he will visit his mother and little son. Mrs. T. D. Carrigan motored to Win tlirop last Saturday. F. L. Daniels returned Wednesday from a business visit to Little Rock. Mrs. D. A. Cook left Saturday for Hot Springs where she will visit her mother, DIrs. Dove tCheever Dir. and Mrs. L. A. Ledbetter and children of Idabel, Okla., spent Tues day with relatives in this city. Little Dlias Pauline Yauger is vis iting her grandmother, DIrs. Stephens, at Ashdown. —o— <ONRKESSMAN WINLO Makes Aolable S|»<m‘«-1i al Jackson Ibiy Banquet. Washington, D. C., Jan. 9-—Repre sentative Otis Wingo of Arkansas has returned from Wooster, Ohio, where he made a notable speech at the Jack son Day Banquet. Chairman Rouse of the Democratic. Congressional Com mittee, had a request for a good speaker for the occasion and selected Wingo, partly because Wooster is a college town and ilie banqueters were largely college men, and because of (he fact that the gentleman from Arkansas is one of the most polished and scholarly men in Congress, an able debater and solidly grounded in the Democratic faith. Mr. Wingo is serving his fifth term in the House and will be chairman of the Commit tee on Banking and Currency if the next House is Democratic. He is an authority on matters of banking and is particularly interested in safe guarding the great benefits which the Farm Loan Act and the good results ivhich the entire country has obtain 'd from the Federal Reserve Law, >oth of which were enacted by the Democrats while Mr, Wingo was serv ng on the Banking and Currency Committee. Minstrel Show. There will be a minstrel by the high school pupils with thirty or more haracters Friday night week at the .uditorium. It is going to be good. Vatch for it. WILSON REAFFIRMS HIS FAITH IN LEAGUE Former President Speaks at Benton- j stration Before His Home—Warns Opposition. Washington, Jan. 15.—Breaking the silence studiously maintained ever since he left the White House on .Mar 4, last, Woodrow Wilson, former presi dent of the United States, tonight re newed his faith in the vitality of the 'League of Nations. Responding to the greetings of sev eral thousand men and women who marched to his S street home tonight following a mass meeting at the new National theater, at which the local campaign for the Woodrow Wilson foundation was launched, Mr. Wilson declared ‘there can be no doubt as to the vitaltity of the League of Nations.’ and that “it will take care of itself," and those who “don’t regard it will have to look out for themselves.’’ Samuel Gompers, president of the American Federation of Labor and member of the official Advisory Com mittee to the American delegation in the Washington conference on limita tion of armaments, was the spokes man for those who marched nearly two miles from the theater to the Wil son residence, addressing Mr. Wilson on the latter’s doorsteps, declares the demonstration furnished proof that the league was not dead, that those who had attended the mass meeting live in Mr. Wilson’s spirit and their activities in the future would mobilize public sentiment. Expresses Faith in League. “Mr. Gompers and fellow citizens,” Air. Wilson replied, “I need hardly toll you that such a demonstration and evidence of friendship makes me very happy. There can be no doubt as to the vitality of the League of Nations. It will take care of itself. Those that don’t regard it will have to look out for themselves. I have no aniexty for it. “My only anxiety is that our great people turn their faces in the right direction and move with all their force. I thank you very heartily for all this. I don’t deserve it, but I en joy it, nevertheless.” ■o alleged bootlegleij at iioim; Claims Texarkana as Home, But Is >ot Known Here. Texarkana, Jan.. 14.—Reports, from Hope today tell of the arrest there of a man named Dodson together with another man, name unknown, on (charges of transporting liquor. Dod son told Hope officers it is understood, that he holds a commission in Lafay ette county and that he lives in Tex arkana. Fine of $100 was imposed in mayor's court while he was held under bond to appear later in the month for hearing on charges of carry ing concealed weapons. The man with Dodson was placed in jail to become sober enough to have a hearing ac cording to the report. Inquiries in Texarkana have failed to reveal any individual named Dod son with a U. S. commission in La fayette county, who resides in Tex arkana. -o SMALLPOX COM ROLLED Danger of Spread of Disease is Said to Be Passing'. Fort Smith, Jan. 14.—Detaining of three men detected on a Kansas City Southern train entering Fort Smith from the south at S.10 o'clock to night. pending investigation follow ing their inability to produce health (%rtificates, announcement from State Health Officer Dr. C. W. Garrison that the St. Louis, San Francisco railroad has been ordered to comply with regu lations promulgated by state authori ties, followed by a statement from the railroad officials that the order would he obeyed; report of two additional deaths at Poteau and one new case and a statement from the Poteau Chamber of Commerce that the situa tion is completely under control, were outstanding developments in the smallpox situation today. Fort Smith physicians, numbering more than 50, will give free vaccina tions tomorrow to white and negro applicants. They will be assisted by two Public Welfare nurses at the Pub lic Welfare building. More than 500 visited the building today. Authori ties here said today that the only one case of smallpox has developed here, and that this case is recover ing. Reports from Poteau say Frank and Harry Harrison died early this morn ing, bringing the total death list to 20. All other cases, with one except- j ion, are on the road to recovery. I Friendly VIRGINIA Gentlemen BURLEY The perfect blend of the three perfect cigarette tobaccos in one perfect cigarette one-eleven cigarettes -FGR FiRE AND TORNADO SEE T. i xiiiixxixuxiitxxxiixxixtixxixtxiixuxixiixxxxxixu I PURE : SORGHUM SYRUP 50 Cents Per Gallon FLEMMING BROS. Ashdown, Ark. iiiilXXiXiiXXXXXXiXiXXXiXXiXXXiiiiXXXiXiXiXiiiXiXii xixiiiixixiixxxiiixixxiixxixxxxr.xiiiiiixxii NOTICE | (!et the world's pass word—Cut j down the expense. You save ] Dollars hy becoming our custo- ] mer. Ws wash everything but I the baby. Positively we will do j your laundering cheaper than ] you can do it yourself. Just j count up the cost, your soap, j starch, blueing, electric current, j .uel and your time or help. ! Family rough drying—that is washing and starching for 6c j a pound. For a few pennies ad- < ded we iron the same. We re turn your work at any time you want it. For further informa tion, phone 242. NOBTHCROSS LAUNDRY Ashdown, Arkansas siLASS Of SALTS I T Eat less neat if you feel Backachy or have Bladder trouble—Salts tine for Sidneya Meat forms uric acid which excites and overworks the kidneys in their efforts to filter it from the system. Regular eat ers of meat must flush the kidneys occa sionally. You must relievo them like you relieve your bowels; removing all the acids, waste and poison, else you feel a dull misery in the kidney region, sharp pains in the back or sick headache, diz ziness. your stomach sours, tongue is coated and when the weather is had you have rheumatic twinges. The urine is cloudy, full of sediment; the channels often get irritated, obliging you to get up two or three times during the night. To neutralize these irritating acids and flush off the body’s urinous waste get about four ounces of Jad Salts from any pharmacy; take a table spoonful in a glass of water before break fast for a few days and your kidneys will then act fine and bladder disorders dis appear. This famous salts is made from the acid of grapes and lemon juice, com bined with lithia, and has been used for generations to clean and stimulate slug gish kidneys and stop bladder irritation. Jad Salts is inexpensive; harmless and makes a delightful effervescent lithia* water drink which millions of men and women take now and then, thus avoiding serious kidney and bladder, diseases.