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and Pound Foolish Don’t think because you can get a big can of Baking Powder for little money that you are saving anything. There’s Only One Way to Save on Bake*Day, Use CALUMET The Economy BAKING POWDER —It costs only a frac tion of a cent for each baking. —You use less be cause it contains* ( more than the ordi nary leavening strength. The sales of Calumet are over 150^ greater than that of < ny other baking powder. THE WORLD'S GREAT*'ST BAKING POWDER ———WWW!—afct-ww—W ■■ 1—ii 11 mu aw mill III ■ vmm MONEY TO LEND j Long term loans on improved farm lands. Will l»e at office of J Mclver Abstract & Insurance Co., each Satnrday. Any other day see Mclver Abstract & Insurance Co. j B. C. PHILLIPS | ^=———— HAVE DARK HAIR AND LOOK YOUNG Nobody Can Tell When You Darken Gray, Faded Hair With Sage Tea Grandmother kept her hair beauti fully darkened, glossy and attractive with a brew of Sage Tea and Sulphur. Whenever her hair took on that dull, faded or streaked appearance, this sim ple mixture was applied with wonder ful effect. By asking at any drug store for “Wyeth’s Sage and Sulphur Com pound,” you will get a large bottle of this old-time recipe, improved by the addition of other ingredients, all ready to use, at very little cost. This sim ple mixture can be depended upon to restore natural color and beauty to the hair. iWell-known druggists say everybody uses Wyeth's Sage and Sulphur Com pound now because it darkens so natur ally and evenly that nobody can tell it has been applied—it’s so easy to use, too. You simply dampen a comb or soft brush and draw it through your hair, taking one strand at a time. By morning the gray hair disappears; af ter another application or two, it is re stored to its natural color and looks glossy, soft and beautiful. Warning Order. In the Little River Chancery Court, Little River County, Arkansas. Mc Iver Abstract Co., Plaintiff, vs. Jodie Green et al Defendants. The Defend ant, J. E. Davis is hereby warned to appear in this court within thirty days and answer the complaint of the plain tiff herein, Mclver Abstract Co. Wit ness my hand and the seal of said Court, this 1st day of November, 1922, —Jas. H. Williams, Cler. J. O. Rhyne Atty. for Pltff. A. P. Steel Atty. ad litem. 11 25 Sat. -o Notice of Application for Guardian to Sell Land. ' Notice is hereby given: That ths undersigned as Guardian of Elsie Kelley (nee Green), Minnie Green, Onie Green, Melos Green, Amos Green and Bertie Green, minors, will apply to the Probate court of Little River County, Arkansas, at its October, 1922 Term, 20 days after this date, for an order to sell the following described land, situated in Little River County, Arkansas, the property of said wards, to-wit: Pt. of the SW\ of the SWi and the SE1, of the SE1 Section 14, Twp. 11 S., Range 32 West, more par ticularly described as follows, to-wit: “Beginning at the Northwest Corner of the SW4 of the SWJ of Sec. 14, Twp. 11, S., Range 32 West, and run ning due east on said quarter section line 2640 feet to the 1-2 mile line; thence South 396 ft; thence due West 2640 ft. t othe Section Line; thence North on the Section Line 396 feet to the point of beginning, contain ing about 24 acres, more or less.” for the support, education and mainten ance of said minors. This the 31st day of October, 1922.—Nettie Green. Guardian. JUNE R. MORRELL. ATTORNEY AT LAW—Ashdown, Little River Coun t.y, Arkansas. Alleene School News Allene, Nov. 1.—(Special.)—Allene Public School has had a very success ful month of school which closed Oct. 27, the first month of the present term. There seems to be an unusual interest on the part of the pupils, which has made the past month a good one in school. Our enrollment has reached 91 with an average of 92J per cent in attend ance. A full attendance is one of the many good features we are glad to report along with the other good work being done by the pupils. Our boys and girls athletic clubs are now well organized, in basket ball and they hope for some warm games in the near future with Foreman and Ashdown and other schools. The school was very glad to have Prof. Wheelis and MisB Gillette with us on last Friday, at which time the pupils were weighed and measured and told if under or over weight. The most of the pupils came up to the standard in weight and measurement. We also enjoyedi the splendid talk of Supt. Wheelis and the interesting lec ture by Miss Gillette on nutrition. The following are the names of class leaders for the past month: Tenth grade, Lillian Young; Ninth grade, Pauline Bowden; eighth grade, Charles Scarborough; seventh grade, Paul Patton; sixth grade, Olie Bill Thompson: fourth grade, Ruth Schriv er. The following are tbe names found on the honor roll: First grade—Celia Patton. Evely Norwood leader, Clarence Gilliam, Frank Hufstetter, Norman Stoddard, Hazel Mathis. I Second grade—Gravice Norwood. Third grade—Afton Mears, Ruth Youngblood leader, Lucille Bowden, Gertrude Mathis. Fourth grade—Ruth Scrivner, Mona Buercklin, Edward Nations, Laura Na tions, Lucy Gillahan. There will be no school on Thurs day and Friday and the teachers are going ,to attend the State Teacher's Association at Little Rock on th6 9th, 10th and 11th. We hope to bring back many new methods and' other kelfiul things for our school. Elmore News Elmore, Oct. 31.— (Special.)—Mr. and Mrs. : .. 'e Hinton and family were guests cf Mr. and Mrs. Con Anderson Sunday night. Miss Lois Hinton who has been ill with typhoid fever the past ten days is reported to be no better. Mr. and Mrs. Jess McNeil motored to El Dorado Sunday. Miss Coela Anderson was the guest of MissAda Parrott Saturday night. j J. H. Metcalf left for ElDorado Sunday. Tom Anderson of Hope is visiting his brother, L. C. Anderson. Miss Lydia Metcalf is on the sick list at present. Mr. and Mrs. Jess McNeil motored to Foreman Saturday afternoon. Miss Ada Parrott, Frank Johnson, Henry Parrot, and Lewis McNeil at tended prayer meeting at Oak Hill Sunday. Miss Neioma McClura of Ashdown was a caller at Miss Alma Hinton’s .Saturday night. Mrs. O. A. Metcalf has been very till for the past week. All Stores Will Close Owing to the fact that Armistice Day, a legal holiday, November 11th comes on Saturday, one of the busiest days of the week, we the un dersigned merchants, business and professional men agree to close our places of business and offices and observe Friday, November 10th as a holiday instead. We agree to dose and stay closed all day on that date. For the information of our out-of-town people, this notice is to be printed in the Little River News, Koseiusweig’g J. H. Welch J. 11. Wood Ashdown Hardware Company W. L. Phillips. First National Hank Model llrujr Store. Arkansas Stale Hank A. J. ltussell M. C. Johnson H. S. Thrash McCrary' Hardware Co. A. B. Phillips & Co. Phillips Bros. Druir Co. Boyer & Daren Odell & May Gut bright & Mnj W. F. Pounds. J. M. Sulliviiii City Market S. A. Moddox Sander & Broun B. li. Boyer Jr. M. J. Ataway C. N. Thill. Ben Rowe Sims Cash Grocery J. F. Mills B. P. Lindsay. 0. kolh A. Goldsmith Little River Aews. Ashdown School News The sophomore class entertained with a Halloween program Wednes day morning. Chapel visitors this week were Mrs. W. L. Phillips, Mrs. Ben Shaver, Miss. Neta Jim Chewning and Mr. and Mrs.] Chappelle. The freshman class was entertained by the sophomore class Tuesday night at the home of Elizabeth Briant. The seniors were guests of the jun iors Tuesday night at a weiner roast. Everyone reported a jolly good time in spite of the rain. The, football team will play at Hope Friday. This will be one of the hard est games of the season. The second team will play Fore man Friday afternoon. The freshman class met. Tuesday af ternoon and had an election of “Who’s Who.” The following is the result: Prettiest girl. Irene Carroll; best looking boy, Orville Hunter; best athlete, Frank Farquaher, cutest girl, Idelle Middlebrooks; laziest student, Verna Ataway; most popular student, Louise Sims; most studious student, Irma Boggan; biggest boneliead, Oeo. Davis; best all around student, Frank Farquaher; sissiest boy, Robert Lind say; ugliest girl, Chloe Thomas; wit tiest student, Ross Wright. Will rain take the curl out of short hair? Ask the junior and senior girls. Honor Roll. Third grade—Alberta Myers leader, Harry Briant, J. F. Fenton, Edward Funderburg, William Lang, Edwin Frasier, Dovle Daniels, Emmett Hud dleston, Willie Keith, Francis Pittman. Roberta Bone, Lula Coleman, Bernice Cooper, Mary Funderburg, Nita Thrash, Louise Chenault, Alberta Myers, Mary Lou Odell, Beatrice ims, Kathleen Twyman. Fourth grade—Alta Cooper and Beth Williams leaders, .1. W. Duren, Harry Kolb, Paul Wheelis, Beth Wil liams, Alta Cooper, Netta Belle Phil lips, Arlene Sigler, Mary Russell. Fifth grade—John Finley leader, Marynne Thill, Ruth Williams, Lela Joe Sullivan, John Finley. Sixth grade—Willie Belle Aubrey leader, Odo Kolb, Marshall Preddy, Martha Collins, Grace Ward, Martha Oliver, Willie Belle Aubrey, Caroline Pfeiffer, Ruby Garrett. Seventh grade—Nina Mae Jester leader, Lloyd Escott, Eugene Cobb. Jack Perry, Grover Harris, Nina Mae Jester, Joyce Beck, Jessie Penuel. Eighth grade—Maxine Finley lend er, Max Bishop, Pat Keenan, Phillip .Martin, Ethel Jester, Judith Briant, Letha Embry, Maxine Finley, Margaret Leslie, Elsie Odell. Ninth grade—Idelle Middlebrooks leader, Frank Farquher, Robert Lind say, Horace Sanders, Opal Hutchi son, Idelle Middlebrooks, Mable War*. Tenth grade—Juanita Twyman lead er, Elizabeth Briant, Juanita Twy man, Clio McCombs. Eleventh grade—Fay Kolb leader, Mattie Donham, Mildred Johnson, Fay Kolb. Twelfth grade—Reva Bishop leade., George Welch, Estes Johnson, Reva Bishop, Juliet Orton, Lucille Young. -o Miller News. Miller, Nov. 1.—(Special)—The Hal loween party at Miss Vivian Drakes Tuesday night was well attended and everyone seemed to enjoy themselves. Miss Delphia Broomfield spent Sun day with Miss Vivian Drake. Rev. W. M. Howell spent Monday night with Mr. Rettman and family. Mr. and Mrs. Jim Green and son and Misses Vivian Drake and Delphia Broomfield visited the oil well Sun day evening. Miss Myrtle Douglas spent Sunday evening with Miss Florence Green. The pie supper at Jones Saturday night was well attended and everyone seemed to enjoy it. Lee Rettman spent Saturday night and Sunday with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Rettman. Miss Selma Rettman spent Tues day with Miss Vivian Drake. Milton Green visited the oil well Sunday evening. The ladies aid met with Mrs. Derail Gauldin last Wednesday evening and most of the members were present, 'fhey will meet with Mrs. Arnedia Green November 1st. Mrs. Ritter’s father, Mr. Golden, is here visiting her. Katx (’leaned Out Incubator. Mrs. Boren writes, “Rats got in my incubator and broke or ruined every egg in the hatch. The chicks were just about ready to come out and ( lost the whole hatch. Next day I goti the vermin with NO-MO-RATS i jCAKE.” It's dessert and death for them-—the only Rat poison to use. Never fails; no mixing; cats and dogs iwon’t eat it. Three! sizes, 35c, 65c and $1.25. Guaranteed and for sale by' Boyer Drug Store. LON T. JONES—NOTARY PUBLIC. Office In Wood Building, Ashdown. Arkansan. Foreman News. Foreman, Oct. 30.— (Special.)—Mr. j and Mrs. L. F. Lindsay had as their j guests, Mr. W. L. Lindsay and A. i Blackburn of Dealb, Texas, last Sun day. Miss Carrie Collins visited friends in Ashdown Saturday. Mesdames W. B. Coley and Geo. taaffe motored to Ashdown Saturday. \V. L. Matteson motored to Texar kana Tuesday. Robert Bowles and Juliet Orton of Ashdown motored to Foreman Sun day. Mrs. O. L. Davis returned home Sunday after a four weeks stay in Little Rock. Mr. and Mrs. Robt. Morris motor ed to Texarkana Sunday. S. D. Matteson’s parents. Mr. and Mrs. M. D. Matteson of Galesburg, 111., expect to spend the winter here. Mt. and Mrs. Lawrence Chastine of Ashdown motored to Foreman Sun day afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Hooks have re turned home from Idabel, where they .attended the fair. Miss Jennie Pryor left last Sunday for DeKalb, Texas, where she will visit her mother and other friends. China Champion, Essie Cooper, Ur saline Ringgold and Doris Chewning of Ashdown motored to Foreman Sun day. Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Patton had a» their guestsi Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. iBud Jones of New Boston, Texas. Mr. and Mrs. Gus Smith returned Friday to Paris, after a few days visit with Mr. and Mrs. N. A. George. Miss Ethel Donham of Ashdown vis ited friends here Sunday. Jas. H. Williams of Ashdown was here attending to business Saturday. County Judge P. M. McCord was here from Ashdown Tuesday. W. H. Childers motored to Ashdown Monday. Mesdames Byron Goodson and Bry an Pullen entertained the Kook Club and a number of other friends in a most novel and delightful manner, on last Saturday afternoon the oc casion being the regular Rook Club meeting, carried out in Hallo’ween colors and favors. Each guest was presented w'th a cap on entering and at each table novel Hallo’ween favors were used. Back cats and witches for decoration were used throughout the house. Six tables were arranged for the players and at the conclusion of ike game Miss Mary Yauger had scored highest and received a beauti ful pot of growing flowers, while Mrs. Wooderson received the consola tion prize, a unique pot of artificial flowers in Hallowe'en colors. Delici ous refreshments were served at the conclusion of the game. Guests in cluded: Misses Christine and Blanche Campbell. Mary and Maggie Yauger,' Carrie Collins, Mesdames Will Pullen Edward Hawkins, G. W. Meenees (of Joilet, 111.,) Frank Horner, Tolbert Bowman, W. S. Mattison, N. Bernard, L. C. Shackelford, J. S. Wooderson, Henry Hawkins, Robt. and Frank Morris. O. Gilleylen, N. A. LaGrone, J. S. Mitchell, Leslie Daniels (Texar kana.) Wilton News. Wilton,.. Nov. ..3.—(Special.)—Mrs. Hurk Clark, Mrs. J. R. Wilson and Mrs. J. D. Wilson were shopping in Ashdown Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. T. S. Haynie and Mrs. H. B. Arnold went to Mineral Springs Thursday. The new steps and porch to the school building are Quite an im provement. Miss Addie Hill went to Texarkana Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Hedgecock are the parents of a finfe girl Mrs. L. P. Guice, who has been here visiting relatives returned to her home in Breckenridge, Texas, Tues day. Leslie Messantore went to Texar kana the first of the week. Theo James went to Ashdown on business Friday. Mrs. J. D. Wilson of Tennessee, is here visiting her son, J. R. Wilson. Mrs. U. Moseley and Mrs. Bessie Choate were in Ashdown Friday in the interest of the lyceum number for Tuesday night. Melvin Phillips of Oklahoma is here visiting his parents. Cleve Foley and Harry Yates of Washington, County are here visiting relatives. Lem Mewhinney who has been out of school is reported to have inter mittent fever. Frank Putnam and family visited relatives at Hicks Sunday. ASIIOOWN CHAPTER No. 337 0. E. S. Meets 2nd and 4th Mon days in each month at 7:30 p. m., at Masonic Hall. All members urg ed to attend. Bettie M. McCrary Worthy Matron. Natalie S. Williams. * Secretary. Cak Grove News, Oak Grove, Oct. 31.—(Special.)—It looks a little like rain today. May be we will get some rain. We sure do need it as the roads are dust> again. Frank Roth is running his saw mill now, on his place, 2 miles west of Winthrop. Walter Umstead and Miss Ethel Boyer were married Saturday, the 28th of October. They have gone to J. P. Drawbaugh’s to live. Nobody iwas surprised, as nothing surprises anyone these days. A subscription school was started at Oak Grove Monday. Miss Dora Rodgers is the teacher. I think nearly everybody is about to get well again. C. B. Dover lias completed his pota jto house and his flue and is now gc |ing after the ties again. Willis Gabbard is going to move on Mrs. Green's farm to make a crop an other year. Frank Roberts is making boards to put a new roof on his house. R. .T. Stanley and Willis Gabbard are making ties in the day and hunt ing the opossum at night. They have the 'possum dogs. Mrs. .Toe Stanley visited tier mother Mrs. Oglesby on the line road Sun day. i n R Clowers and family visited R. •I. Stanley and family Sunday. Everybody at the Drawbaugh mill had their teeth fixed Saturday for heel, but it was not fa; enough, so they did not kill it. Arkansas, still beats Oklahoma, as Mr. Carrol Ravens is getting ready to move back to Arkansas and live on what is known as the Kerbo place. We hear that Arldnda is a dry town as people are having to pay 50c per barrel for having water hauled, and the school children are taking water with them to school. That is some dry for a town. D. Li. Glowers has rented land from Mrs. Nettie Green and will live on her farm next year. Mrs. Keith, died November first, at the home of R. T. Henderson, she being Mrs. Henderson’s mother. She leaves 2 sons and 1 daughter and 1 sister and a host of friends to mourn her death. Mr. and Mrs. Royal Brooks are the proud parents of a girl baby which came this week. Arthur Green 'Spent Tuesday night with ack Stanley. TTncle Jo© Stanley and family visited their daughter Mrs. Claud Dover, oi Arkinda, Wednesday. OsV Crave Oak Grove, Nov. 2.— (Special.) — Lois and Jim Sutton who have been in Texas for the past six weeks re turned home Saturday. Mrs. J. O. Hopkins and little grand daughter, returned home Thursday from Slayton, Texas, where they have been visiting Mrs. Amos Herrod. Mr. and Mrs. Luther Sutton of Ar kinda spent Sunday with II. R. Sut ton and family. Mr. (Jarman and family who have been picking cotton in Oklahoma re turned horn© Saturday. Miss Jimmie Portereld visited home folks aturday. J. O. Hopkins and sons, Oscar ana John, were in Foreman Saturday. Mrs. Kathleen Porterfield spent Sat urday with Miss Reathie Dowell. Miss Dowell returned home with her and spent the night. Little Merrel Hopkins who was sick the first of the week is able to be up now. Jim Sutton went to Arkimla Sun day to visit his brother. The subscription school at Oak prove started Monday morning with Miss Dora Rogers as teacher. Mrs. J. C. McCartney left Wednes day for a visit with relatives in Mis souri. Mr. and Mrs. Royal Brooks an nounce the arrival of a fine baby girl at their home October 30th, whom they have named Ethel Marie. Mrs. E. Cox was on the sick list this week. Booth Lowery at Wilton. Wilton. /Nov, 2.—•(Special.)—Booth Lowery, the first number of the Ly ceum course will be at the school auditorium, Tuesday night, November 7th. He is a humorist, scientist and orator, a lecturer who has the repu tation of doubling over his< tracks from one end of the country to the other. He combines the orator, wit and impersonator. You cannot afford to miss hearing him. -o Work at Oil Wells Reported Satisfactory Prom reports the work at the test in this section is progressing satis factorily. Work at the Steele test has been under way for several days with a new crew. While satisfac tory progress is being made there is nothing of interest to report. The Grote well also is actively at work. No news hasi been received from the Ludlow test, which is testing out each sand as it is reached to be sura noth ing worth while is gone through.