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LITTLE E1SEM NEWS
SEMI-WEEKLY Per Year. $1.50, In Advance. —Published— Wednesdays and Saturdays GRAVES & GRAVES. Editors. Entered the postoifice at Ashdown Arkansas, as second class mai. matter Yes. they are building Highway No. C from the steel bridge to Ashdown, and tlie chances are that, it will be completed before S_ vier-Howard No. 1 in Little River bottom finished. Ilet.er hurry along with those bridges, or we will be compelled to close our part of th loop first. Don't be afraid of work.ng yoursell out of a job by getting the cotton out too early. Nobody has ever yet reen a real farmer out of a jo.). This is an ideal time to . on’’ subscription :■> the News. ; is one puper that -tops when one >r 2> lo )).j ot‘ real service to u. War clauti hover in the Ea-t. The bloody Turk victorious over the ill ad vised Greeks and fired by whole sale slaughter of Christians Is again threatening to retake Constantinople and the Dardanelles, the key and gateway to the East. While the other nations hesitate Great Britain funds in the breach and says, “Y u shall not pass. it would be to the everlasting shame of the Christian nations of the world were the Turks again allowed to pi; ; e < onquering 1 n Europ ean so; . • admire the nation, though ;!. and war-sick, .■ r with the courage to assume w * -hi leader ship and .-.ave to the fi’.tur ;ie* of those things for which r.ii ,.o.i > of lives were giver.. It, wasn’, any trouble n. all for con gress to pa : the bonus bill after it was known definitely that Harding wou.cl veto it. It was very onsiderate of the i resident to be the goat, but it was for the good of the grand old party, which has placed itself on rec ord as both, tor and against the bonus and should ca'cii votes this fall both g* a tig and coming. As a political move it was up to the standard that has characterized this administration. To the ex-soldiers who wanted the bonus the 3 pelt hi: • > say, “We w ent on record as passing i,." To those who believe that it would have bankrupted the country tin y can point out to them that our great president stepped in and saved you by vetoing it. Tho reason w . never ge to tin top cf the hill is tlia. th 1 luxurie. of today hecrme the necessi.itc , tomorrow, and they keep inventing luxuries. The •Chinese believe that wh was good enough for his ancestors thousands of years ago is good enough for him. but who wants to he a Chinaman'.' W'e have known people who let themselves get so worried about germs that life to them became ur. intoler able burden. W'e have known other people who saw so many evils of the day !:• ; wn-s a boa- a engulf us and carry the whole world so straight to the devil that the sky of their lives became overcast with clouds of gloom and despair. T them was lost the sunshine side of life altogether. Where there i- an ial:.: 1 of cloud thereis an ocean of sunshine, hut t orn: people never see it. Warning Order. in the Little River idhati.ery Court, .Little River County. Arkansas. The Craves Farm Loan Investment Co., plaintiffs vs. J. AI. Johnson et nl, de fendant-. The defendants P. 1). Rod ney, W ney, E. r ' Peet :.r.d J- ’ Ends r - hereby warntdi to ap e; i i) his C< u t within thirty day. and answer the c miplaints of ihe plaintiff her In. Th. Graves Farm Lot ’ I ' stmt a < 1 Witness my hand and l Court this 20th day o b 12, Jas. H Williams. Cler .. Steel. John ••on & Shav a A tty- tor Pit if. John J. DuLauey, Atty. ad litem. ^aBwvMWMMHHBHHIH(MBart4aHUiefaMRJiOTiflaaaMmnaBV STOP HBfMIISI WITH RED PEPPER 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, pene trating 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 the old rheumatism torture is gone. Rowlcs Red Pepper Rub, made from red peppers, costs little at any drug store. Get a jar at once. CJse 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 Rowles on each package. ., „„ tOMMlM(’ATFI) To the Baptists of Ashdown: I mean those who do not take cold feet. I take this method jt' telling ; you who were not at the Baptist church Sunday, you nPssed an able practical sermon on the craziness of | the wild and floolish athletics that are new ruining more young men’s use tulness and girls too. than anything | else, save the picture shows and auto- | mobiles. Brother Wales, your pastor, pointed out the great folly of it and 1 1 tell you he gave, the scripture for it. He followed the same line of argument 1 had 8 years ago with that great and | good man and student, the late Judge I Jeff Cowling. The good Judge and I ; frequently ‘hocked horns as it were, on economic questions. He being a college bred man never daunted me, who never got any further at school than the fourth grade. I wculcT con tend, each one wcu.d occasionally have to give way om minor points, but we usually quit as We started in. Par don the digresion, but if 1 live a few 1 more years I will sre the craziness cf the athletics reformed. Wuiv .s one among the very be;i Baptis. preachers who ever filled our pulpit. , We should go out to hear him every Sunday. Because 1 have not is no te .- | son the other members should not. If the Baptists gave their preacher the large audience and the financial sup port that our good Methodists give their great and good preacher we | would soon have to enlarge our church building. Please do not take this as idle talk, it is the truth, us I see it. You will rise up and say afU r ■we lose Bro. Wales by death or oth erwise that he was one ot the oe preachers we ever had, in fact, many of you will say lie was the very best wei ever had. Yours for betterment la , everything. Bro. Wales has no kno r ledge of this article. A. B. Bishop. (5 Coinniissionp:’s Solo. Notice is hereby given, that in pur 1 suance of the au‘hori:y and directions ■ contained in the decretal order of the ( Chancery Court of Little Iliver tCoun . ty. made and entered > n the i 17th day of May. A. D. 1922, :a a , 'certain cruse (No. 75S» then pend- : Mng therein between New England Se curities Company, et al conia.ainants. and Ada Mills, et al defendant.!, the undersigned, as Commission r of so e ii.Yuri, will offer for sale at public . vendue to the highest bid dor, at the I trout door or entrance of the County Courthouse, in which said Court is 'held, in the County of Little River, within the hours prescribed by law for judicial sales, on Monday the 9tli day of October A. 1). 1922. the follow- i ing described real estate lying in the . County of Little River an i the State of Arkansas, to-wit: The Northeast j Quarter; the North Half of the South- , east Quarter; The Northeast Quarter! of the Northwest Quarter; The North east Quarter of thc South was: Quart er of Section Twenty-seven i27); The j Southeast Quarter of the Northeast! I Quarter of Section Thirty-two (22);! i the Southwest Quarter of the North-] | west Quarter of Section Thirty-three. 122); The South Half of the Northwest j Quarter and the Southwest. Quarter of j | Section Thirty-four (24), all in Town- j ship Eleven till South. Range Thirty I din West. Tiie Southwest Quarter of j the Northwest Quarter of Section Five i (5), and the Northeast Quarter of the j (Northeast Quarter, and the Southwest ; i Quarter of the Northeast Quarter ol’j Section Eight. (Si, all in Township I Twelve (12) South, Range Twenty-j nine (29) West; The North Half of the ; Southwest Quarter, and the East Thir- 1 ty-five (35) acres of the Southeast Quarter of the Northwest Quarter of ! Section One (1); the East Half of j the Northeast Quarter of Section Nine (9); the WJ of tlie NWJ Section Ten; Northwest Quarter; the Northwest1 ; Quarter cf the Northeast Quarter, and ■'the North Half of the Southwest I Quarter of the Northeast Quarter of ] I Section Twenty-three (23); the I Southeast Quarter of the Northwest i Quarter; the Southwest Quarter of the Northeast Quarter, and the North Half of the Southwest Quarter of Sec tion Twenty-four (24), all in Town-; ship Twelve (12) South. Range Thirty j (30) West. Terms of sale: On a . credit of three months, the purchaser ' being required to execute a bond as required by law and the order and 1 decree of said Court in said cause, with approved security, bearing inter-; , =t at the rate of 8 per cent per an- ; num from date of sale until paid, and ! u lien being retained on the premises sold to secure the payment ©i the , purchase money. Given under my hand this 14th day of September, A. D. 1922. -Ja.-. fi. Williams, Commis sioner in Chancery, Sat 9 30 -—o Warniim Order. !n the Lilt.c River Chancery Court, Little River County, Arkansas. The' Craves Farm Loan Investment Co., | 1 plaint ill's vs. R. S. Davis et al. de- i fendants. The defendants, S. G. ! Dreyfuss Company is hereby warned , to appear in the Court within thirty t days and answer the complaint of the > plaintiff herein, The Graves Farm Loan Investment Co. Witness my | hand and the seal of said Court this . 114th day of September, 1922.—Jas. H. | j Williams, iClerk. Natalie S. Williams, 1 j D. C. Steel, Johnson Shaver, Attys. i 'for Pltff. John J. DuLaney, Atty. ad i litem. Sat 10 7 --o TO AID IOUR FEET We recommend Illue Star for all foot trouble, such as hard or soft corns, bunions, sweaty feet or eczema of the feet; and all skin diseases, such as Itch, Eczema, Ringworm, Poison ! Oak, Old' Sores and Sores on Children. \ | Will not stain your clothes and has j i a pleasant odor.—Model Drug: Store. 10 1 1 » WmihroQ Mews Winthrop, Sept. 22.—(Special.)— tirs. C. W. West and sen, W. T. left rhursday for Vivian, La., where she las accepted a position in the Vivian digit School as teacher of music and mice. Mrs. G. W. Bush went to DeQueen Saturday. z S. J. Turley left Friday with his bro - iler, Ed Turley for Boswell, Okla. Robert Wade was in Horatio Sun lay. Mrs. W. A. Ham and daughters, Vel na, Dora, and Eula, left for Paris, Tex., Sunday en route to Athens, Teas, their future home. Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Hoffman and children arrived Monday for a visit Lo Mrs. Hoffman’s mother. They made the trip in an auto from Pittsburg, Kansas. Miss Jennie Williams was here Mon day. Mrs. McKay of New Orleans, La., left for Garvin, Okla., Monday after a pleasant visit of five days to Mrs. W. A. Black. John Lambert was in Texarkana Tuesday. N. E. Black is spending the week with his family at Loceksburg. Mcsdames R. T. Sessions and J. S. Pendergast motored to Foreman Tues day. Austin Goddard and family of Brok en Bow, Okla., were here Sunday. Mrs. W. G. Smith was buried Wed nesday at the camp ground cemetery, having died Tuesday night. Mrs. W. G. Bridges left for home it Monroe, La., Wednesday after a pleasant visit to Mrs. W. A. Black. J. W. Hess and son Finiss are -.pend ing tiie week with Davul Less a_ Gar rin, Okla. Miss Buster Wilson went to Ash down Wednesday. The drouth was broken here Tues day by a heavy rain, consetiiuntiy every one is busy planting late fan gardens. -o uak Qro*e News. Oak Grove, Sept. 21.—-(Special.) The weather is still dry around here. A good rain would sure b; welcomed. There is lots of cotton being hauled off now. The farmers are gathering their crops while the sun shines. We have had a flue protracted meet ing here. There were 21 converts hay • ttzed at .Stallion's Ford Sunday alto; noon. Kev. Jeff Reece ot Center i’oint held the meeting. There is finite a lo; of sickness around here. 11. L. Glowers is still on the sick list, hut is hetter at this writing. Mrs. J. P. Drawbaugli died at her home Sunday morning at 11 o'clock. She leaves a husband and son and a host of friends to mourn her death. She was loved by everyone who knew her. We hear that Misses Ruth Reece and Buster Wilson will teach the Oak Grove school thsi winter. Frank Roth is putting up his saw mill at his home two miles west of Winthrop. He will he running his mill again in about two weeks. R. J. Stanley is up and able to trade as that is about all hq can do now. Little -Johnny Mathews died at his his homo1 near Oak Grave Monday and was buried at the Camp Ground ceme tery Tuesday. o Oak Grove Hews. Oak Grove, Sept. 22.—(Special.) — Mrs Lige Porterfield of Winthrop spent Saturday with Mrs. Albert Waddell. Mr. and Mrs. Lutlier Sutton moved to Arkinda Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. J. O. Hopkins and son, Oscar, were Foreman visitors Tues day, L. J. Sutton returned home Satur day from Oklahoma, where lie hud been picking cotton, Mr. and Mrs. John Hopkin, Jr., spent Sunday afternoon at the bluffs. Mr. Carman and two sons who have been picking cotton in Oklahoma re turned home Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Royal Brooks, Reathie and Jennie Dowell and Jimmie Porter Held attended the baptizing at Stal lion's Ford Sunday. .) )hnny Mathews, after evoral weeks illness died at the home of his grandfather, B. L. Davlin, Monday night, and was buried at the Pauley cemetery Tuesday afternoon. Ernest Key is able to he up again after his recent illness. -o-— Rats look Her Money. Independence Woman Finds Bills All Chewed I p. Mrs. Mary Irwin, Independence, tied her savings up in a handkerchief audl hid them. When she went to get her money, it was gone. Later she dis covered the bills in another room all chewed up by rats. She has killed off the rats now with NO-MO-RATS CAKE. it’s great stuff—ready to use—Rats crave it. 35c, Cue and $1.25 sizes. Guaranteed and sold by Boyer Drug Store. Richmond. Sept. 21.—(Special.)—I. W. Hc’-ines wrr, in A hdown Wednes day afternoon. Rev. .J. D. Dunn was in Ashdown Tuesday. Hendrix Dunn is in town now . Miss Hellen Gillette, our county Red Cross Nutrition worker was out Wednesday and weighed all the school children. She found that exactly 37i per cent of them were under weight. Many ot the parents came to the school building Wednesday afternoon and Miss Gillette gave an interesting talk. Hendrix Dunn was in Ashdown Tuesday. Mrs. W. W. Gardner went to Texar kana last week to see Dr. ICitrell. Miss E'.oise Dunn has accepted a position as sales?!ady with It. D. Goff. Mr. C sidy and his two boys. John and Edward, left Sunday for Califor nia. Mr. and Mrs. Burton Walker went to Red Bluff Wednesday night. Mr and’ Mrs. Emmett Huddleston and Mis? Sula Sanderson of Ashdown, spent ^Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. M. W. Locke. Howard Hemphill is in town now Will Matt Locke, who is teaching at Jones, was at home Saturday and Sun day. W. E. Vaghan was in Ashdown Mon day. Oafr M\ News. Wilton, Sept. 20.—(Special.)— Mr - ,1. In: ■ :■ ■ die.! iddenly Saturday morning and was buried r‘ Oak Hill cemetery Sun-day morning at lt o’clcck. She leaves four children to mourn her loss and to them we give our heartfelt sympathy. Mrs. Floyd Hinton of Texarkana re turned home Saturday after a two weeks visit with her father andi moth er, Mr. and Mrs. Charley Anedrson. 1 Claud Love, who is dangerously ill of typhoid fever, is reported no bet ter. Everyone in this community seem to he enjoying the nice weather and and harvesting their crops. John Patterson of this place is very ill at Cottonwood Shoals, where he has been working. Johnnie Hinton spent i Satui day night with Paul Weatherspoon. Mrs. Lily Pender of Texarkana was the guest of Miss Iva Warren tii day and Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Charley Anderson and family spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. P. O. Beck. Mrs. Jess McNeil and family of El more motored to Oak Hill in then new Ford Sunday to attend the funer al of Mrs. Johnson. Misses Maud and Eula Hinton were Wilton visitors Saturday. Misses Reba and Beta McLaughlin were the guests of Misses Eva and ;vfaud Hinton Sunday. p. o. Beck made a business trip to Ashdown Saturday. -o Elmore News Wilton, Sept. 21.— (Special.) Earn est Metcalf left Monday afternoon for Hot Springs whee he will take a few months schooling. Mr. and Mrs. Con Anderson arM family were guests of Mr. and Mrs. D. E. Hinton Saturday night and Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. G. A. Mtcalf were call ers at the home of their son, G. A. Metcalf, Saturday night and Sunday. Miss Lola Thrash of Elmore spent Saturday night with Misses Ruth and Ruby Thomas, of Ashdown. Cecil and Jessie Crawford and Floyd Willett of Hicks, were Elmore visit ors Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Wade Welch of W.llon were vistiors here Sunday. Everyone indeed were glad to see them hack again. A large crowd from here attended prayer meeting at Oak Hill Sunday night composed of the following: Miss Lois Hinton, Alma Hinton, Coela An derson, Lida Metcalf, and Elbert Hin ton, Cecil Crawford, David Scott and Floyd Willett. All reported a nice time. Mrs. Jess McNeal is spinning around now in her Ford car. It seem s to he attracting, mor.t everyone’s attention. Suppose we all get us one. The little daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Con Anderson lias been ill for some | few days. Cabbage and Sausages Woman’s Diet “I have doctored with the best doc tors in the United States. Some said one thing and some another was ail ing mo and all wanted to cut me open, but Mayr’s Wonderful Remedy saved one, so now I eat cabbage, sau sage and anything I want to. Noth ing hurts me.” It 13 a simple, harm less preparation that removes the ca tarrhal mucus from the intestinal tract and allays the inflammation which causes practically all stomach, liver and intestinal ailments, Including appendicitis. One dose will convince or money refunded.—For sale by Boy er Drug Store and ail leading drug gists. NEW BUSINESS ANNOUNCEMENT -«Jt- ' -»Jj- ’ ^ -*Je _T ■■■ f: i WE have opened a grocery and meat mar * ket on Front street, and will handle a com f plete line of groceries with a meat market in 1 connection. We solicit your patronage. I We offer you attractive prices, fresh goods I and the best of service. No delivery. Give ~ nc. n v us a '-cu.. T t Ihi ! Groce, y and Meat Market | C. N. Thill, Proprietor -Bello. Nancy an’ Jane! We’re havin’ Kellogg’s at our house 'n' mother keeps me goin' for more — but I don’t care ‘cause J like Kellogg’si” ffr'A It's the flavor and crispness that make Kelloggs Corn Makes so joyously delicious You’ll wish the bowl at your table-seat was about twice as big when it’s “Kellogg’s for the feast!” Great big, sunny-brown corn flakes—all oven-crisp and crunchy—crowding each other to spread you real and true joy! You never tasted such flavor! Pour in some fresh, cold milk—or cream—and—* fetart in! Well, it’ll seem you can’t get going speedy ienough to suit your appetite! Was there ever such a keen appetite maker; such happy, health-making food! Tomorrow, serve Kellogg’s! What a round of appetite-applause you’ll win! Great to start the day right! Do more than ask your grocer for “corn flakes.’* Insist upon KELLOGG’S Corn Flakes—they’re Cf AKES so delicious! TOASTED I CORN! CORN FLAKES Also makers of KELLOGG’S (CRUMBLES cod KELLOGG’S BRAN, cooked and krvmUed For— Fire and Tornado Insurance —See— Lon T. Jones nag. ■xammBEafflkssaumarnsj. .u::r /.’mffiKr.airc THOUSANDS OF VOT . ' - :er miserably from | ,4 periodic attacks of headache, never dreaming I that £ permanent cure may be had. Headache nearly always results from some disoider of the stomach, liver or bowels. Take Chamberlain’s Tablets. They will correct these disorders and there will be no more headache Many h r o been permanently cured by Chamberlain’s Tablets. _. T 5'! L UIS J. MILLLER JOHNSON, JR., NOTARY Public, with First National Bank, Ashdown, Ark. AMERICAN SHOE & HARNESS HOS PITAL—Shoes and harness repaired right. All modern machinery.—Mob* Ataway, Prop.. Ashdown. Ark.