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,t getting 100 per cent your APEX—or for a rail him at Ashdown the Rotarex Electric langle. Hardware Co. S OF TITLE AM) INSURANCE. racts of Title and write your insurance cf all Rooks are reliable and complete. Our Ab •s of experience in title work. We are agents isurance Companies, to Loan on Improved Farm Lands, s or call in to see us. ABSTRACT & INSURANCE COMPANY ig Ashdown, Arkansas a fg ft « u te. Gin Mr. and Mrs. Louie Faulkner have rented rooms and have moved into the Garrett hotel. Mesdames Frank Paulk, .f. L. Mar tin and C. M. Sutton were shopping in Texurkana Suatrday. Leave your orders £or Big Loll Rowdt.! and Mrhane planting cotton seed a Moon Milling Co. 10 11 Mrs. Tcm ijjfckont of Idabei, Okla., spent Monday in Ashdown with her daughter, .Mm L uL Faulkner. II. O Lock and iamiiy have gone to Hcyi;:sville, La., where they expect to make their home in the future. Mr. nd .Mrs. R. P. Linds: y . pent the week end a; ltrKalb. Texas, visiting Mr. Lindsay's mother, who i: ill. Le tve yottr orders l’or Lig Bo’ll ilowden and Mebanc planting cotton seed at Moon Milling Co. 10 11 Mrs. Xelle Bizzell, who is teaching at Richmond, spent Sunday in .Ash down, the guest of -Mrs. Lloyd Lewis. Mrs. J. U. Johnston received a mes sage Saturday stating her sister, Mrs. J. it. Adcox, of Idabt 1, vva s; rio ill. .Airs. I lamp Alexander, of Mineral Spring-., who underwer,: a slight oper atic;! at Texarkana Friday, returned to Ashdown Sunday. •Mr and Mrs. Will Kiuard and little sou returned to their home m lien Lomond r u lew days \ • ■ via relatives in Ashdown . Mr. and Mrs. C. 1\I. Stafford, who have wen .t Hugo, Ok la., for several months managing ■■ club house, have returned to their home i. Red Bluff. Friends of Mrs. \Viil tlreen who i • in Los Angele.-, will he glad to K. ru that she is very much improved and hopes to he able to return home soon. Mesdames W. X. l’ittman, J. W. I)u j-.ii, W. L. Phillips and ('. L. Briunt •iiic utteuding it Sunday s Jsool -.rain ing Mass at Texarkana each nignt this week. Try out tiie new.gin. Von’il like the : ample and nervicHome Lin Co. tf. A. D. DuLaney ha so far recovered from his illness tliat lie was able to resume work Monday His many friends will be glad to know of his rapid recovery. Hamp Alexander of Mineral Springs spor.t Sunday in Ashdown with rela tives and friends. Mrs. Alexander and little daughter have been visiting here for several days. Joseph S. Steele, who has been ili in this city for some time, left Friday night for his home in Michigan, li is hoped that a long rest will bring about his complete recovery. E S. yington and .Joe Smith of I)c Queen were in the city Monday on their way to White Cliffs where they are doing some engineering for the company. A new townsite is being laid off close to the works. There will be a special chapel pro gram at the public schtol auditorium Wednesday morning at 8:40 lasting about one hour. The Ashdown Im provement club will put on a program as suggested by the governor’s pro clamation calling for a Fire Prevent ion Day. Dr. Norton, who is repre senting the State Health Department will deliver an address. The patrons have an invitation to attend. c3 SECTION * &*& + & + **+ a).\IS—Rooms or rooms ird.—Mrs. J. I). Freeman.9 27 aie For Sale, consisting of four ,ts five room house, liarn and gar ge. I also have a Holstein cow for sale.—C. A. Bishop. LUST A DUCK—A mallard drake strayed from my place Saturday flight. If he shows lip notify me.—O. T. Graves. 2 ROOMS FOR RENT— Mrs. Middle brooks. 10 7 1 ROOMS FOR RENT Either for light housekeeping or single.—Mrs. A. X. Wood. 10 4 tf 1 RESIDENCE FOR RENT.—A fi-room modern residence close in for rent. .' ii T. Jones. 9 G tf 7E H WE HE I-:; • w L DGE, THE equipment, and a de.-ir - to please. Beat material used. Electric Slice : Shop.- slanders t'i Brown, Props. FOR TRADE—Overland car in good condition for Ford.— I. N. I-Iutt, Ogden, Arkansas .> G t£ BARGAINS IN USED FORDS WITH starters. Liberal terms.—McCormick Motor Co. tf FOR SALE— G choice resident lots. west of A. X. Wooil residence. Half cash and terms.—Clyde Head, 7 12 tf FOR SALE—Dandy horse, buggy and harness at a real bargain. Horse in perfect condition, works? anywhere, by anyone. Hercules buggy in good shape. Apply ;;t this office. :> 30 ’*> • td.'d: -Farm renters and farm hand. Fertile Red River Bottom land, pleii'y of work, clearing :,nl c; -pen!., r until wop time. Room f'v '■",i;l hundrul good men.—Dor £■>";• i.aui: A humher Company, Texar h-iv. Ark. 10 11 for RENT Two rooms for light! housekeeping. Mrs. Gus Patterson.1 E’i RAYED off of their range about 15 head of tattle branded with 8 on left side. One email red muly cow with bell (.n 1 year old, dehorned cow light yellow, one white face bull com ing two, 1 white face heifer coming 2. .Notify J. T. Sikes, Alleenc, Ark., and receive liberal reward. ri ne Home (>in Company, owned hy I home folks, is now ginning. Give us a trial. H. H. Orton, Manager. ASHDOWN CHAPTER No. 3:57 0. E. S. | Meets 2nd and 4th Mon days in each month at 7:30 p. m., at Masonic Hall. All members urg i ed to attend. ! Bettie McCrary Worthy Matron. | .Natalie S. Williams, z Secretary. i _ _ RICHMOND | CHAPTER NO. 87. Meets First Monday Night in F-nch Month. , E. B. Mobley, H. P. J. L. Martin, Secty. Generally it will be found that the child classed as “backward" in school is improperly nourished. See to it that your school is so equipped that 1 the hot lunch can be .served at the noon hour. H !Ui Sl'i’i’OKT SMITH Vi, !!. Hears} Announces He Will Aid Democratic Ticket. New York, Sept. 30—William It. Ilearst, announced tonight that he will support the Democratic state ticket headed by Alfred E. Smith for gover nor The publisher outlined his atti tude in a letter to the editor of the Xew York American, which follows: “I wish you would kindly suppor; wtih complete sincerity the Democrat-1 ic ticket and, with some discrimina- j tion, the Democratic platform. "it is doubtless true that Mr. Smith , is a conservative and represents to1 some extent the same interests as Mr. 1 Miller, while our publications ai'e di - tinctly progressive. "Still, the Democratic party as who]., ir. naturally am! essential ..1 more progressive than tli.> Republican j party, and any Democat an ofTice is • • mpe’led by circ;unst:inces and sin- ! rounding to b:. more nearly in accord ! with popular nuii'etno a than a Ke- j paoli ra aliicial, who lias phasticully • no vlier support than the special in- | teresta. "Our campaign for genuine Demo- | era tic principles and policies must be , conducted without personal prejudice "We may entertain regrets that pro-! grer iv\. ideals will not have what we | consider fullest expression, but w? i should harbor no resentment.’’ Just received a ship ment of plaid Sport Skirts. Priced $2.95 to$4. Green and red middy flannel, 54 " m. wide, yd. SI.95 Ladies’ jersey silk petticoats in assorted colors ^ „ per yard $2.95 Received a shipment of oxfords in black and brown, priced, $195 $3.50 $3J5 For Price and and Quality IN THE TENTED CITY Little Rock, Oct. 2.—A tented city is beginning to rise on the height3- ad joining Line Dea£ Mu', e Institute grounds. By the end of the week the great tents housing tlie attractions and the exhibits of the Arkansas State Fair will be ready for the throngs that wlil begin to pour into them Mon day morning. Exhibits are be,,inning to arrive and are being placed. The large frame buildings alone enclose a greater space for exhibits than was provided on the entire grounds last year and the tented space* is also la: g er. The Fair will be superior in ev ery particular to anything that has e\; i- before been attempted in the stall'. -o * i i SOLrM UK CLBAEb PIMPLY SKIN T f j Apply Sulphur as Told When Yotir Skin Breaks Out ' t » Any breaking out of the skin on lace, : neck, arms or body is overcome quick 1 est by applying Mcntho-Sulphur. The ; pimples seem to dry right up and gc> l away, declares a noted skin specialist. Nothing has ever been found to take ! the place of sulphur as a pimple re move, r. It is harmless and inexpensive. Just ask any druggist for a small jar of Rowles Mentho-Sulphur and use it like cold cream. -o WELL IS BROniHT IN Cneemin A \Vo*ls No, 2, Near McNeil, 500-Barrel Pumper. McNeil, Sept. 3ft.—The Queenr.n & Wells No. 2, live miles northeast of McNeil, was brought ill Wednesday. It is reported to he good for 500 bar rels as a pumper. -o Continuation >'otk“p. Notice is hereby given; that Prank Fritz lias this day filed in the Chan cery Court of Little River County, Arkansas, his petition, praying the court to quiet and confirm his title to the following described land in said county, to-wit: The South Half of the Southeast Quarter of Section 2. Township 12 S., Range 31 West Therefore rl! person:; who claim any interest in said land are hereby warn od to appear at the November Term, 1922 of said court and show cause v. by i He title to said land should not • ed and ‘on firmed in ibis pis in ti /. And John "hip'1 art. Lewis .'briny end Lons: Major, and \V. H. Kaphart, Trustee, arc hereby specially warn.;: to appear in said court at aid time and show can e, if any they have, why ibe ti11• should not ho quieted and confirmed in the plaintiff In witness whereof, i have hereunto . -t my hand and tin seal of said court on this the "Oth day of Angus;, 1922. .lay IT. \ViIih ns. Circuit and Chancery Clerk. Ratio 7 OLDEST COM LAW IN THE WORLD; Sun Insurance Office of London, organized 1710. LARGEST COMPAN1 IN THE WORLD: Royal Insurance Company of Liverpool, Assets ever 155 Million Dollars. OLDEST COMPANY IN THE UNITED STATES Insurance Company of North America, founded 1792. LARGEST COMPANY IN THE I NITED STATES: Home in surance Company of New York, A sets over 75 Million Dollars. LARGEST CAPITAL IN i NIT ED STATES: Home Insurance Company of New York, Capital 12 Million Dollars. ARKANSAS ONLY STOCK COMPANY: Home Eire Insur ance Company of Little Rock, Assets: $1,381,491.24. THAT WE REPRESENT 26 fire companies with total assets of over 1000 Million Dollars. IN ADDITION to fire insurance we write all other kinds. No risk is too large or Loo small for us. If your risk i3 insurable we can insure it. OUR BUSINESS IN INSURANCE EXCLUSIVE D. II. TOMPKINS & CO. “The Agency of Service” Established 1901 * \ For 50 of Our Tobacco Trigs, or Pictures on 10c Bags of KENTUCKY COLONEL, We Will Send Postpaid Complete Six-Piece Set of White Em HUNDREDS OF OTHER PREMIUMS , — For Men, Women, Children — /rite today for complete catalog — good until June 30.1923 Smith & Smii Tohace© Ce«5 Sns„ Paducah, Ky» \ >71 ? or— Fire andyTornado Insurance -See Lon T. Jones > i H II I I! I ii ! a have at last gotten the new gin started. We would appreciate your business. Try out the new gin, owned and operated by home folks. HOME GIN CO. By H. H. Orton, Mgr. Instant, relief— no waiting. Your clogged nostril' right up; the air passage. or lie:' t clear anil you can Itrusii't : •e.'.'. No tiorr- hawking, snuf fling. bhnvi ; ! • ailache. dryness. No strugglin'/ .or h.intn at night; your rr.'d o. .itiiri'. disappears. Crt a small bottle of lily’s Cream Balm from your druggist row. Apply a litrie of ih, fragrant, antiseptic, heading cream in your nostrils. It pen strides through every air passage of the I head, soothes the inflamed or swollen mucous membrane and relief conies in stantly. It’s just line. Don’t stay stuffed up with a cold or nasty catarrh. CATARRH OR A COLD 2 X ASMDOWN LODCK NO. 581 F. & A.M. Meets Second and 'Fourth Thursday in Each Month. C. S. COBB, W. M. D. D. DRAPER, Sec. I; SAGE TEA KEEPS I YOUR HAIR DARK When Mixed With Sulphur It Brings Back Its Beautiful Lustre At Once Gray hair, however handsome, iJA notes advancing age. We all know,| 'V advantages of a jouthful appearaii’ f. Your hair is your charm. It makeqjtV 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 oth er ingredients. Thousands of folks recommend this ready-to-use prepara tion, because it darkens the hair beau tifully, besides, no one can possibly tell, as it darkens so naturally and evenly, i on 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; af ter another application or two, its natural color is restored and it becomes thick, glossy and lustrous, and you ap pear years younger.