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♦ * People Ycu Know # t* ♦ •♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦•♦♦♦♦ Willie Keener was here from Oak Hill Thursday. Iluy for Sale—Johnson X DuLauey, Ashdown, Ark. u I. W. Holmes was here from Kioh mond Thursday. Raymond Norwood was ever irom White Cliffs Thursday. Frank Clowdis o!) Wintbrop was in Ashdown Wednesday * P. C. Doggett was here irom Shre veport Tuesday ..P.ernoon. C. J. Click oi Wintlnop was in the city on business Wednesday, You will like Sunday paper, Herald and Examiner. Mr. Harrison has it. Tanlac is the ideal strength uer and body builder tor old folks.—Boy er Drug Store. R. G. Rew left Wednesday on a business trip to Batesville and other points near there. It will be here next Sunday. What? The Chicago Herald and Examiner. Order it from Mr. Harrison. The natural, refreshing sleep of a healthy body is enjoyed by those who take Tanlac.—Boyer ' Drug Store. F. O. Kyier cf Little Rock has ar rived to accept the position as super intendent of the Ashdown Compress. Give an orphan boy a chance. Let me shine your shoes. 3 shines for a quarter.—Arthur Smith, Ataway Shoe Shop. 5-20 The great Sunday paper Chicago Herald and Examiner will be sold here next Sunday. Order it from Mr. Harrison. Mesdames Finch Briant and John I»ogan and children passed through Ashdown Wednesday on their way to Idabel, Okla. Mrs. B. B. Norman returned Wed nesday from a two week’s visit with her daughter, Miss Blanche Norman, at Texarkana. Miss Una Wilson left Thursday for her home in Gurdon, after a visit, with Misses Hattie and Gertrude Curran and other friends. Mrs. Walter Whitt cf Texarkana passed through Ashdown Wednesday on her way home from a visit with her parents, at White Cliffs. « The featured section and magic, book will be given away Free with next Sunday’s crald and Examiner. Mr. Harrison will sell it here. I will open a shce shop in the Re liable Cleaning and Pressing Shop. See me for first class repairing. Will guarantee all work.—Jno. Brown. ;> 20 Tanlac corrects stomach disorders, strengthens the nerves and restores health through its effect on the appe tite and nutrition of the body.—Boyer Drug Store. ^Mrs._ Smith of Idabel visited her -sister, Mrs. Arthur Middlebrccks, Wednesday and Thursday, on her way to Delight. She was accompanied by Mrs. Middlebrooks. It's new here yet one of the oldest and greatest Featured Sunday Papers published in the world. The Sunday Herald and Examiner. Get a copy next Sunday from Mr. Harrison. A message from Rev. C. S. Wales, Who is with his wtfe at Texarkana, ITridao morning stated that Mrs. Vales had passed the. (crisis. ShCj nderwent an operation and has been a critical condition. Friends will be glad to hear that she is better. -o Card of Thanks. To the many friends who so kindly and graciously rendered aid, comfort and sympathy, during the sore afflic tion in the death of our devoted wife, mother and sister, we ask the all Wise and loving Father to bestow His richest blessings upon you and yours. Dr. A. B. Bishop and Children, grandchildren, sisters and brother -o Appointed on Medical Board. Little Rock, April 27.—The Gover nor yesterday appointed Dr. Wm. E. Hughes of Little Rock as a member of the Homeapathic Medical Board, to succeed Perry Williams, deceased of SUoain Springs. KEEP YOUR KITCHEN COOL THIS SUMMER — A New Perfection or Ben Ami Oil Stove will cook as satisfactorily as one that burns coal cr wood at half the cost for fuel, and will not heat the room—two, three and four-burner stoves in stock. —IDEAL FOR CANNING— Ashdown Hardware Co. ABSTRACTS OF TITLE AND INSURANCE. jj L,et us make your Abstracts of Title and write your insurance of all H kinds. Our Abstract Books are reliable and complete. Our Ab- 5 stracter has had years of experience in title work. We are agents g for only Old Line Insurance Companies. g Money to loan on Improved Farm Lands. g Write us your wants or call in to see us. g MclYER ABSTRACT k INSURANCE COMPANY 3 Sanderson Building Ashdown, Arkansas fj 4 CLASSIFIED SECTION * * ***«*♦* + *♦*♦«•♦*♦« 1 CAR IN GOOD REPAIR FOR LAND or city property.— 0. Kolb. 4 2G TOMATO PLANTS for sale It $175 per thousand. Special price to Agents in large quantities.—Southern Land & Town site Cc., Broken Bow, Oklahoma. 5 3 FRESH MEAL CHOPS, CHICK FEED and crushed shell cn hand at all times, also stock peas.—Moon Milling Co. Phone 243. .5 3 FOR SALE—35 bushels of Rouden cotton seed at $1 per bushel.—Roy Budd Ogden, Ark. FOR RENT—6 room house, close in. $15.—H. R. Yeager. 4 1 tf HEMSTITCHING AT HOME—Mrs. S. I. Middlebrccks. 4 29 FOR SALE—J. W. McCuller has seed Sweet Potatoes, Key West, New Rico, $1.25 per bushel 6 miles west of Ash down on highway. 3 4 ti BARGAINS IN USED FORDS WITH starters. Liberal terms.—McCormick Motor Co. tf A SMALL PAYMENT DOWN and small monthly payments will buy a modern five room residence only one block from school building.—D. H. Tompkins. 4 23 WELL LOCATED MODERN FIVE ROOM DWELLING FOR TRADE What have you to trade.—D. H. lorn) kins. 4 23 INSURANCE OF EVERY KIND 1 Have ; You a Home? | Then insure it! A I i; home is a simple pro- i | blem, but an expert: can serve by helping j ij you to properly pro- i j j tect it. Investigate— then insure i: This agency is local head- | :: quarters for the Fire Pre- ; ; j; vention Service of the i Hartford Fire Insurance i j; Company, and writes safe i insurance. D. H. Tompkins & Go. The Agency of Service ASHDOWN, ARK. LETTER OF CONDOLENCE This letter was not written for pub lication, but it is so true and deserv ing and from one who has been in a position to know that he has written the truth. Judge Bishop is not any blood relation to Dr. Bishop, he only married a first cousin to Mrs. Bishop: “Nashville, Ark., April 25th, 1922. "Dr. A. B. Bishop, Ashdown, Ark. "Dear Doctor: “We are all indeed sad to learn of the death of your good devoted wife, Cousin Ella McCrary Bishop. Her death came as a great shock to all of us. We deeply sympathize with you and the children in this hour of afflic tion. However, when we think of her as one of the gentlest and noblest of women it has ever been our good fortune to know, we fully realize that her future state is one of eternal bliss and our less on earth has been her gain in the eternal Beyond. The writ er has known Cousin Ella since his boyhood days when he first arrived in the good old town of Mineral Springs many years ago, and for sev eral years lived across the street op posite to the Doctor McCrary home. We then learned of her good, gentle equable. Christian character; her daily life which was ever calm and serene, notwithstanding troubles at tendant upon one’s human, earthly existence. No storm ever lowered or gathered from the most angry skies with such force or intensity as to per turb her poise and equanimity of character. I'ndisturbed and unchang ed e'er remained that quiet, gentle Christian demeanor. I soon learned that of the entire and most estimable family to which she belonged and was the eldest member, that when Ella spoke in her gentle mood, as she in variably did, all was well ami ner decision and judgment in any matter met with unanimous approval of all others, without objection or question, because she was ever right in her conclusions. She treated every one with uniform courtesy, regardless of his or her station in life and while she no longer lives here on earth, truly her good deeds and most, esti mable character are left as an heri tage to those who knew her and which will live on and on forever. Ere long we shall all “wrap ourselves in the drapery of night and cross into that bourne from which no traveler ever returns.” May we leave behind us that influence for good emulating the splendid life and character of the gentle Spirit which has its flight. “Yours sincerely, "J. \V. Bishop.” -o rub men m mu ACHING joins Rub Pain right out with small trial bottle of old “St. Jacobs Oil.” Stop “dosing” Rheumatism. It’s pain only; not one case in fifty requires internal treatment. Rub soothing, penetrating “St. Jacobs Oil” right on the “tender spot,” and by the time you say Jack Robinson—out comes the rheumatic pain and distress. “St. Jacobs Oil” is a harmless rheu matism liniment which never disap points and doesn’t burn the skin. It takes pain, soreness and stiffness from aching joints, muscles and bones; stops sciatica, lumbago, backache and neuralgia. Limber up! Get a small trial bottle of old-time, honest “St. Jacobs Oil” from any drug store, and in a mo ment, you’ll be free from pains, aches and stiffness. Don't suffer! Bub rheumatism away. Program About Ready For S. S. Convention - Hot Sprin#B, April 28.—Arrange j raents are practically completed for I the great Convention of Sunday School I Workers to be held in Hot Springs ; May S to 11 in connection with the j general conference of the M. E. Church, Sduth. Some of the most dis tinguished leaders of the denomina tion will be on the program and it is ' a notable fact that not a single speak 'er who has been invited has failed to | respond. Among those who will he iheard are: i Bishop Edwin Hughes of Boston on j “The Bible. Ou* Sunday School Text "Book"; “The Place of Religious Edu cation in the Building of the Kingdom 'and the Preservation and Develop | ment of CiviliiVUion." Dr. Geo. R. Stewart of Birmingham ion “The Evangelistic Task of the j Sunday School Army." Dr. John R. Pepper of Memphis, the 1 greatest Sunday School teacher in the Methodist Church will also attend. Dr. J. M. Workman of Henderson Brown will have charge of the Con ference of “Weekday Religious Edu cation.” Dr. J. A. Baylor, Architectural Sec retary, will deliver an address on Sun day School buildings and Equipments, illustrated with plans, charts and pic ! tures. One of the notable features of the Convention will be the Sunday School exhibits which will be the most ela borate ever shown in Arkansas, illus trating practically every feature that enters into the work and methods of Sunday School. There will be more than a carload of exhibits and they will be under the direction of M. W. Brabham and A. L. Dietrich of the General Office at Nashville. The preliminary work is in the hands of Clem Baker, Secretary of the Little Rock Conference, and H. E. Wheeler, Secretary of the North Ar kansas Conference. Mr, Baker will this w«ek attend the Camden District Conference at Emerson and the Ar kadelphi^. Conference at Malvern. Mr. 'Wheeler will attend the Paragould Conference at Hoxie and the Jones boro Conference at Manila. Sixty cowgregations were represent ed at the Little Rock district meeting at Primrose Chapel last week and and ringing resolutions were adopted endorsing the convention. -o ARMY AIRPLANES [Free Bridge Celebration at Fort Smith, May 11-12. Fort Smith, Apirl 2S.—A fleet of Army Airplanes from Post Feld will represent the Federal Government during the Free Bridge Celebration at Fort Smith May 11 and 12. The .programs will open Thursday morning with concerts by twenty bands wnd daylight fireworks. The Queen’s Parade will start promptly at two o’clock in the afternoon, follow ed by the dedication of the million dollar bridge by Hon. Otis T. Wingo. The christening will be by the mem 'bers of the Queen’s Court with bottles of spring water from Colorado Springs, the western terminus oi me Albert Pike Highway, from Hot Springs the eastern end of the same highway and from Siloam Springs the northern city on the Sequoyah Trail. Thursday night will he the Boy Scouts Jamboree under auspices of the American Legion and the Electric Exposition and parade free on Garri son Avenue, Friday morning will he featured with multiple band concerts, day light fireworks and Airplane maneuv ers. At two P. M. the great Inter community and Industrial Parade will form. The bronze State-Line Monument will be unveiled by Gover nor Robertson of Oklahoma and Gov ernor McRae of Arkansas. The bridge will be officially designated by Presi dent Cyrus Avery of the Albert Pike Highway and by President Frank Howard of tbe Sequoyah Trail. The night programs Will open with the U. 0. T. Calathumpian parade fol lowed by Free Aerial Fireworks over the bridge. straTsooTHES UGUT, ITCHING SKIN 11 - I The First Application Makes Skin Coel and Comfortable If |ksu *fe ae flaring from eczema or some nsfliar torturing, embarrassing skin trouble you may quickly be rid c t it hr newt Mcrttuo-Sulphur, declar « a njkgA specidttst. Tbw M'felti'r preparation, becain* of ita Jtoaa destroying properties never Satis to quickly subdue itch - ing, even ftery eczema. The fin apfdiealfara toekas tbe skin cool an 1 comfestote. *Buh and blotches are healed rUU ip. Mentho-Sulphur i> applied (ge^hriy pleasant cold crear. and is perfectly harmless. You cat obtain small Jar from any good 1 dfBftisk . FOR SALE-FOR RENT-FOR TRADE 1 Five room modem residence, I situated only one block from j public school. For sale at a ] bargain with long time to pay. D. H. Tompkins, Owner TAX ASSESSOR’S NOTICE \ TO THE PROPERTY OWNERS OF LITTLE RIVER COUNTY, I ARKANSAS: I 1 will be at the following named places on the dates set op- W posite, for the purpose of assessing the personal property subject ,1 to taxation in Little River County for the year 1922: 1 If you own property in more than one township, you will 1 have to either meet the Board of Assessment while in session or ^ file your list of assessment with the County Assessor or either member of the Township Board on or before the first day they will be in session in the township in which such property is lo cated. Should you fail to do this, we will have to assess said prop trty and charge you with a 25 per cent, penalty. Don’t fail to meet the Board of Assessment while in session, as we do not want to charge anyone with a penalty. RATES ANR PLACES OF ASSESSMENT Franklin Township, Davis School House, Monday and Tues day, May 1 and 2, 1922. Johnson Township, Ogden, Wednesday and Thursday, May 3 and 4. * Lick Creek Township, Oak Hill Church, Friday and Satur day, May 5 and 6. Red River Township, Richmond, Monday and Tuesday, May 8 and 9. Arden Township, Arden, Wednesday and Thursday, May 10 and 11. Arkinda Twp., Arkinda, Friday and Saturday, May 12 and 13. Caney Township, Cerro Gordo, Monday, May 15. Caney Township, Pauley School House, until 2 p. m., Tues day, May 16. Little River Township, Winthrop, Wednesday and Thursday, May 17 and 18. Jeff Davis Township, Miller School House, Friday, May 19. Jeff Davis Township, Jones School House, till 12 o’clock, Saturday, May 20. Burk Twp., Allene, Monday and Tuesday, May 22 and 23. Cleveland Township, Wilton, Wednesday and Thursday, May 24 and 25. Cleveland Township, White Cliffs, Friday, May 26. Jackson Township. Marvin School House, Saturday, May 27. Richland Township, Critten Ridge, Monday, May 29. Richland Township, Richland Church, until 12 o’clock, i Tuesday. May 30. Richland Township, Laynesport, from 1 to 5 p. m., Tues day, May 30. Jackson Township, Foreman, Wednesday, May 31, Thurs day, Friday and Saturday, June 1, 2 and 3. Jefferson Township, Ashdown, Monday, June 5, until Satur day, June 10, inclusive. H. AV. GRAY, Tax Assessor, Little River Uouialy, Ark. WHAT YOU GET AT THE —LAUNDRY— Family rough-drying 6c per Lb. Family Clothes Washed and Ironed 10c per Lb. Sheets, 4c each. Pillow Cases, 2c each. Counterpanes, 15c and 25c each. Quilts, summer, 25c each. Quilts, winter, 35c each. Barber, Cafe, Drug Store and Hotel Towels, 1c each. Butcher Aprons, 4c each. Five family washings wanted for the summer. Owing to our late new system, special attention is given to each arti cle. Therefore we guarantee absolute satisfaction. Phone No. 242, Ashdown, Ark. GRANDMA NEVER LET HER HAIRJET GRAY! She Kept Her Locks Dark and Glossy, with Sage Tea and Sulphur. When you darken your hair with Bage Tea and Sulphur, no one can tell, because it’s done so naturally, so evenly. Preparing this mixture, though, at home is mussy and trouble some. At little cost you can buy at any drug store the ready-to-use prep aration, Improved by the addition of other ingredients called "Wyeth’s Sage and Sulphur Compound.’’ Tou Just dampen a sponge or soft brush with it and draw this through your hair, taking one small strand at a time. By morning all gray hair disappears, and, after another application or two, your hair becomes beautifully dark ened, glossy and luxuriant. Gray, faded hair, though no dis grace, is a sign of old age, and as we all desire a youthful and attractive appearance, get busy at once with Wyeth’s Sage and Sulphur Compound and look years younger. This ready to-use preparation is a delightful toi let requisite and not a medicine. It Is not intended for the cure, znltlgfl/* tlon or prevention of disease^. STOP THAT ITCHING There is a lot of skin trouble in Ashdown and surrounding territory this spring. W’e will sell you a jar of Blue Star Remedy on a guarantee for Itch, Eczema, “Ringworm, Tetter or Cracked Hands, Old Sores on Chil dren. Will not stain clothing and has a pleasant odor.—Model Drug Co. 7-1 #444 444 444 44444' * PROFESSIONAL * PHYS1C1ASS IV. RINGGOLD, M. D., RESPECT fully tenders his professional ser vices to the people of Ashdown. Ark. NOTARY PUBLIC. R. E. HAMPTON—NOTARY PUBLIC. Office with Mclver Abstract and In ace Company, Sanderson Build Ashdown. Ark. LON T. JONES—NOTARY PUBLIC. Office In Wood Building, Ashdown. Arkansan. J. L. MARTIN—NOTARY PUBLIC. At Arkansas State Bank. D. H. TOMPKINS—NOTARY PUBLIC^ Office in Firs* National Bank Bldg Ashdown, Arkansas. C. M. SUTTON—NOTARY PUBLIC, Office in Arkansas State Bank. AMERICAN SHOE & HARNESS HOS PITAL—Shoes and harness repaired right. All modern machinery.—Moss Ataway, Prop.. Ashdown. Ark. John j. Dulaney—attorney at LAW—Ashdown, Arkansas. JUNE R. MORRELL. ATTORNEY AT LAW—Ashdown, Little River Coun ty, Arkansas. DENTISTS DR. C. E. MAY, DENTIST. OFFICE in Sanderson Building, Ashdown, Arkansas. ^ J. MILLLER JOHNSON, JR., NOTAJRT Public, with First National BlnfE, Ashdown, Ark. D. DuLANEY, LAWYER. Office Sanderson Building, Ashdown. .ansas. See Us For ABSTRACTS ' SOUTHERN REALTY A t£*UST £'<►. Ben Shaver, Manager Sanderson Bldg., Aslldown. Ark. Meets Second and Fourth Wednesday Night’s in Each Month. D. D. DRAPER, Secretary. C. SXOBB, W. M.