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♦ * • People You Know * ••♦*♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦+ Dr. A. B. Bishop has bought a Ford coupe. Burt Kress was here from Wilton Friday. Dr. I. N. Hutt was here from Ogden Thursday. Chas. Hill was here from Nashville Thursday. Geo. Polk was over from BenLomond Thursday. J. C. Slusser was here from Wilton Wednesday. W. L. Matteson was here from Fore man Tuesday. / County Judge P. M. McCord was in Foreman Tuesday. Rev. Z. D. Lindsay is ill at his home in this city this week. E. S. Wright and family were here from Arden Thursday. W. S. Crouch, of Ogden, was an Ash down visitor Thursday. , Judge Geo. W. Holman of Sevier county was here Friday. We are pleasing others, let us please you.—The Home Gin tCo. tf H. L. Toland and Ben Shaver were Foreman visitors Tuesday. Rev. E. C. Rule of Foreman attended church here Thursday night. A. D. DuLaney has had a relapse and is again confined to his room. J. W. Edwards of Allene was here Wednesday attending Quorum Court. Make thd now gin your gin. Owned by home folks.—The Home Gin Co. tf Remember your friends Christmas. The News has a beautiful line of camples. J. T. Sikes, an Allene merchant, was in Ashdown Wednesday attending to business. Mrs. Burton Walker is spending a few days with relatives in Richmond this week. See the Christmas cards at the News office now. Specially printed in any lot you want. Mrs. Addye Hurley left Wednesday for a few days visit to her husband at Muskogee, Okla. A. L. Gilbert, a merchant of Red Bluff, was in Ashdown Wednesday at tending to business. Mrs. Roseoe Wood was hostess to the young married ladies sewing club Thursday afternoon. I deliver milk twice each day, mornings and evenings.—Frank Pounds, Phone 19 or 312-F-24. tf Jennings Russell returned home from Batesvills a few days’ recuperat * ing from an illness. We are now operating our uew gin and will be pleased to have your pat ronage.—The Home Gin Co. / Mrs. Jay Toland and children of ^Nashville are the guests of Mrs. To land’s mother. Mrs. J. T. Burlingame this week. Geo. Savage of near Wilton is suf fering from a broken collar bone sus tained last week in falling from a load of logs. E. J. Conger ofi Shreveport lisa been visiting the family of his sister, Mrs O. D. Turner this week. Mr. Conger and Mrs. Turner visited at Horatio Wednesday. The News has just received a lot of samples of Christmas cards. Call and make your selection early as Christmas is almost here, and we need a little time to get them printed. v • -o A. 1. ('. Heels. The social home was decorated in Halloween spooks and pumpkins for the meeting of the A. I. C. on October 19th. The first lesson in the study course on American Literature was ably presented by Mrs. Grbver Cobb, Mrs. O. M. Oliver, Mrs. W. W. Bishop, and Mrs. Dick Boyer. Excerpts read from the writings of Sewall and Wool man were very amusing ami judging by this first program, the study course is' going to be interesting and helpful, "barcarolle,” from Tales of Hoffman, was artistically played by Miss Nanna Garrett and Mrs. J. R. Johnston sang sweetly, “Love, Here Is My Heart.” The district meeting is to be held at Camden November 13th. Mrs. Nor man was elected delegate and Mrs. C L. Briant alternate. Mrs. Jones, Mrs. Norman and Mrs. DuLaney were ap pointed to attend quorum court to use jfheir influence 4n tf.vov of r. county demonstration agent. Mrs. Toland, as chairman of the School Im provement Committee gave a report on the “hot dish” proposition. After much discussion, the club voted to serve this one hot dish to the children at noon, beginning a# soon as the equipment and materials can be secured. A lit tle “pumpkin-face” was found on each plate of salad and hot coffee served by the hostesses, Mrs. Bone and Bur lingame. I'ie SupiM?r at Wilton. There will be a pie supper at the school house at Wilton next Saturday night, October 28th. Everybody in vited. “SUPER X” THE ONLY SHELL LOCKED WITH STEEL The Super-Excellent Long Range Load Among wild fowl hunters and other users of shotgun ammunition there has long been a demand for a practic al and efficient load having extra hard shooting qualities. The STJPER X. is the result o fthat demand, and we offer it ito the trade and the sportsmen with the assurance that, for the purposes intended, it is positively unequaled. Try a Box! Ashdown Hardware Co. ABSTRACTS OF TITLE AND INSURANCE. Let us make your Abstracts of Title and write your insurance of all kinds. Our Abstract BookB are reliable and complete. Our Ab stracter has had years of experience in title work. We are agents for only Old Line Insurance Companiea Money to Loan on Improved Farm Lands. Write us your wants or call in to see us. McIVER ABSTRACT & INSURANCE COMPANY Sanderson Building Ashdown, Arkansas 4 CLASSIFIED SECTION 4 ♦ FOR SALE—Several very nice Big Bone Poland China Bred Gilts, also choice pigs at reasonable prices.—J. A. McDonald, Ashdown, Ark. 10 21tf ROOMS FOR RENT—3 rooms of lower floor.—Mrs. Curran. 11 13 WANTED—Alfalfa and prairie hay.— C. A. Bishop. tf 10 28 ? ARM HOME— $250.00 cash will han dle 40 acre farm located only 4 miles from Ashdown on gravel highway. Cood dwelling and water. 32 acres in cultivation and all fenced. 5 1-. per cent interest on balance.—D. H. j Tompkins. 10 28 tf ! FOR SALE—84 acres of land, 1 mile ! west of Ashdown. Specially low ! price. C. S. Wales. 11 4 '.FOR SALE—$125 Majestic Range, good las new. guaranteed in every way for | $40.—Caples The Plumber. 11 1 'LOST—One red hound dog. Finder please return to Sam Campbell Rich j mond, Ark., and receive reward. 11 4 IFOR SALE—Large Victrola at 1-3 off, 127 records at half price. All good as new. Also two heaters at half price, both in first class condition.— D. H. Tompkins. FOR SALE—18 sheep, 1 Jersey male 2 years old, 1 Jersey cow will be fresh in a short time.—R. L. Boyer, Jr., 10 28 WANTED—Having lost all my house hold effects in fire 1 am not able to buy new stuff and rebuild too. What have you in used stuff, either single articles or complete outfits? See me and make me a price, or let me know soon.—J. H. Metcalf, Wilton Rl. i FOR SALE—Four unties and 1 mare. Will sell cheap. See either Mr. or ! -Mrs Jess McNeil, Tricunt 10 25 i_ | WANTED TO BUY—Pine Timber within 2 or 3 miles of Long.—R. L. ; Martin, Long, Ark. 10 25 j WE HAVE THE KNOWLEDGE, THE equipment and a desire to please. I Best material used. Electric Shoe ; Shop.—Sanders & Brown, Props. I FOR TRADE—Overland car in good condition for Ford.—I. N. Ilutt. j Ogden, Arkansas 5 6 tf BARGAINS IN USED FORDS WITH starters. Liberal terms.—McCormick Motor Co. tf BACK BAD TODAY? Backache is usually kidney-ache and makes you dull, nervous and tired. Use Doan’s Kidney Bills for weak kid neys—the remedy recommended by your neighbor. Ask your neighbor. Mrs. J. R. Wilson. Prescott, Ark., says: "I had an attack of kidney trouble. I was annoyed by the too free action of my kidneys and the pains in the top and back of my head. My back ached so I had to sit up in bed in or ‘der to turn. As Doan’s Kidney Pills j had been used with benefit by another l member of my family, I decided to use them and it was not long before I was rid of the trouble." Price 60c at all dealers. Don’t simply ask for a kid remedy—get Doan’s Kidney Pills—the same as Mrs. Wilson had. Foster Milburn Co., Mfrs. Buffalo. N. Y. i' : i « < < < \ i a Judge Instructs Jury To Convict Mayfield Corsicana, Texas, Oct. 26.—Judge Scarbrough tonight instructed the jury to firing in a verdict against Earle B. Mayfield. Judge Scarborough took this action following the filing of a motion by plaintiff attorneys asking the judge to instruct the jury to give answers negatively to Mayfield’s in six of the 21 questions propounded by the judge in his charge to the jury. Dallas, Texas, Oct. 26.—In a state ment given out today, Colonel H. D. Lindsey, campaign manager for Geo. E. G. Peddy, the republican candidate for the United States senate, forecast that the name of Earle B. Mayfield, the democratic candidate, will be with drawn and some one else substituted. Colonel Lindsley’s statement declared there were meetings' of the Ku KIux Klan last night and it was decided to attempt to force the democratic com mittee to name another than Mayfield. Warning Order. In the Chancery Court of Little Riv er County, Arkansas. Christopher C. Bizzell plaintiff vs. Sena Bizzell, de fendant. The defendant, Sena Bizzell, is warned <to appear in this Court within thirty days and answer the complaint of the plaintiff, Christopher C. Bizzell. This 11th day of October, 1922.—Jas. H. Williams, Clerk. 11 4S SHOES! Babies Black Kid Shoes, Plain Toe turn soles, sizes 2 A 4 Aft to 5, solid leather, pair «]) | iU|j Childs Black Soft Cap Shoes, button, solid leather, A4 ir sizes 5 to 8, per pair *p 117J Misses Black Kid and Brown Calf Shoes, solid leather, sizes 8 1-2 to 11 1-2, per pair . Misses Black Kid Shoes, sizes 11 1-2 to 2, solid AA At* leather, per pair yZlGu Misses Brown Calf Shoes, solid leather, sizes 11 1-2 A A IP to 2. Per pair . «pZi40 Boys Shoes, Scout Style, .sizes 2 1-2 to 5. AA (IP Per pair . $ZiZtJ Boys Brown Calf Shoes, solid leather, sizes 12 1-2 to Pfj 2. Per pair .... «pZiuU Big Boys Brown Calf Shoes, sol id leather, sizes 2 1-2 to 5. Per pair . WELCH’S Front Street Two Men Are Arrested Following Bombing / Lit Je Rock, Oct. 26.—Two men were placed under arrest following the bombing early this morning of the home of M. J. Cooms, who was a form er striking boiler maker at the Mis souri Pacific railroad shops in North Little Houck, and who returned to work last Monday. The men were arrested by the police shortly after the bombing, and are being held “in communicado.” They are William Rawles and John Surge on ,and are former employes of the Missouri Pacific shops. Cooms home was badly damaged by the bomb which was apparently tossed on the porch. Mrs. Lily Smith, a roomer in the Cooms hopie, was injured by flying glass. The dynamiting of the Cooms home followed closely two attacks on rail road shopmen which occurred at the Rock Island railroad shops at Biddle last night. One of these attacks was on a striking shopman, Frank Howes, who shot through the middle of the back and is in a critical condition to day. Howes said that guards shot him. Superintendent Walker, of the Rock Island, today denied emphatical ly that guards or shopmen did the shooting. The other attack was made on a street car loaded with home-bound shopmen, which was fired into, one of the men being injured. Mayor Ben D. Brickhouse has offer ed five hundred dollars reward for the capture of the bombers, on behalf of the city. Chief of Police Burl C. Ro tenberry says that he is gathering evi dence which may lead to sensational developments. Both of the men ar rested tell different stories regarding their intentions, and what they were doing in a car about 2 o’clock in the morning. A local union official has been taken to police headquarters and questioned. -o ♦♦♦ ♦♦♦ . PROFESSION a r • -. - - « notary public. R E. HAMPTON—NOTARY PUBLIC Office with Mclver Abstract and In ace Company, Sanderson Build Ashdown. Ark. J L. MARTIN—NOTARY PUBLIC At Arkansas State Bank. D. H. TOMPKINS—NOTARY PUBLIC office in Firs' National Sank Bids Ashdown, Arkansas. 0. M. SUTTON—NOTARY PUBLIC Office In Arkansas State Bank. J. MILLLER JOHNSON, JR., NOTAR If Public, with First National Bank. | Ashdown, Ark. I ASHROWN CHAPTER No. R37 0. 15.'S. -Meets 2nd and 4th Mon days in each month at i:30 p. m., at Masonic Hall. All members urg ed to attend. Cattie McCrary Worthy Matron. Natalie S. Williams, a Secretary. I. 0. 0. F„ ASHDOWN lodge no. ir:. Meets First and Third Friday Nights. Geo. Terry N. G. C. C. Thompson, Secty. See Us For ABSTRACTS SOUTHERN REALTY & TRUST CO. Ron Shaver, Manager Sanderson Bldg,. Ashdown. Arlr RICHMOND CHAPTER NO. 87. Meets First Monday Night in Each Month. E. 13. Mobley, H. P. J. L. Martin, Secty. DENTISTS DR. C. E. MAY, DENTIST. OFFICE In Sanderson Building, Ashdown Arkansas. Thedford’s II BLACK-1 DRAUGHT I liver II 1 Medicine || (Vegetable) ,,, For Real Economy in the Kitchen Use rf/ CALUMET Th-elcoEiomy BAKINS POWDER A Big Time and Money Saver When you bake with Calumet you know there will be no loss or failures. That’s why it is far less expensive than some other brands selling for less. The sale of Calumet is over 150% greater than that of any other best bt test brand. Don't be led into taking Quantity for Quality Calumet has proven to be best by test in millions of homes every bake-day. Largest selling brand in the world. Contains only such ingredients as have been officially approved by U. S. Pure Food Authorities. / THE WORLD’S GREATEST BAKiNG POWDER TO PROPERTY OWNERS of Ashdown and Vicinity When your Fire and Tornado Insur ance policies expire, I would be glad to renew them for you and to write new insurance for you if you are not already carrying enough. I represent some splendid old line insurance companies, and am in position to take care of any reason able risk, and will appreciate your business very much. My custo mers will be given satisfactory ad justments arid prompt settlements in case of loss. Lon T. Jones FRIENDS: W e have at last gotten the new gin started. We would appreciate your business. Try out the new gin, owned and operated by home folks. * — '■* - > ir HOME GIN CO. By H. H. Orton, Mgr. i ! i ——■———m LON T. JONES—NOTARY PUBLIC Office in Wood Building, Ashdown Arkansas. JUNE R. MORRELL. ATTORNEY AT LAW—Ashdown, Little River Coun ty. Arkansas.