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Per Year, $1.50, lu Advance.
Wednesdays and Saturdays
_Editors. __
Entered the postoffice at Ashdown
Arkansas, as second class mall matter
If we want to we can eliminate u
greater part o£ the mosquito evil by
a voluntary effort. We can destroy
all their breeding places about our
piaces and the city can keep the drains
and ditches open and see that no stag
nant pools are allowed. If it is neces
sary to cut the weeds, why we guess
we could do that on a pinch. The only
thing is to get to wanting a mosquito
less town strong enough. Most things
are poss''ble when the will is there.
Suppose we get to thinking about this
thing seriously, and not merely as a
subject only important enough to take
up space in this column.
Nearly everybody is finding some
thing to do while waiting on the wea
ther to get right.
If thd weather lias not been suitable
for the cleanup to your satisfaction,
why just keep on the jcb until you can
: pprove it. We are forced to admit
Ciat. owing to the general dampness
(lie burning part of the program could
not bo successfully carried out. We
can't afford to let this thing go default
just on account of the uncertainty of
the weather.
Winthrop, April 5.— (Special.)—Mes-I
dames J. P. Lazarus and Chas. Johns- J
ton and fifteen young people Sunday'
were entertained by Mr. and Mrs.
Marion Adams with an Easter egg
hunt in the pasture near the creek.
Mr. Adams gave an interesting talk on j
Easter, why we celebrated and what'
it meant to us all. The finding of the '
eggs was some fun as there was a j
prize of two golden eggs laid^ by the
goose of Mother Gooses' fame, to be *
given to a boy and girl finding the1
most eggs. Adelbert Ingram and Ber- •
nice Allison were the winners. After
l.'.e hunt !a<Les served a splendid din
ner on the grass out in the sunshine.1
which was enjoyed by all present, j
They then returned to the house where 1
they spent the remaining part o£ the'
day in singing. Those too small to i
sing played games. The children vot- !
ed many thanks to Mr. and Airs. Adams
for such a pleasant Easter.
No matter how hopeless your case
may seem, nor how long you have suf- 1
fered from, Eczema, Ringworm, Crack- j
ed Hands, Itch, Poison Oak, Okl Sores ;
and Sores on children, or any other '
skin diseases, we will sell you a jar of j
Blue Star Remedy, on a guarantee. I
This is different from the ordinary j
skin treatment, it penetrates the skin, j
going direct to the seat of trouble and i
immediately relieves that, terrible itch- ,
ing. Will not stain clothing and has
a pleasant odor.—Model Drug Store.
Warning Order.
, In the Little River Chancery Court,
Little River County, Arkansas. O. M.
Oliver Plaintiff vs. Mrs. Mary J. Phil
lips, et al., defendants. The defend
ants, Sallie E. Phillips and Frank j
Phillips are hereby warned to appear
in this Court within thirty days and
answer the compiaint of the plaintiff
herein, O, M- Oliver. Witness my
hand and the seal of said Court this
21st lay of March, 1923.—B. K. Walk
er, Clerk. Natalie S. Williams, D. C.
Shaver & Shaver, Attys. for Pltff. A.
P, Steel, Atty. ad litem. Sat 4 14
Could you assume the responsi
bility? Could you successfully
fight a law suit? Would you be
able to pay the verdict?
Why not let us shoulder the
worry—responsibility and all the
annoyances which usually result
from an accident.
Ask us about it to-day.
We also make abstract of title to
any lands in Little River County.
National Abstract and
Insurance Go.
“The Agency of Service.” J
Jns. 1) .Slaver, Jr., Manager.
Tc know
how good a cigarette /•x
really can EJe mad^/ ^
you mus£ try'
Arlington Hotel at Hot Springs De
stroyed by Fire Thnrslday—All
of Guests Escape.
Hot Springs Ark., Apri’ 5.—One
fireman was killed and two other
firemen were seriously hurt late
tonight when tho walls of the Ar
lington hotel, noted hostelry, which
was destroyed by fire late today,
crumbled and fell upon them as they
were working in the ruins with a hose
line. George Ford is the dead man.
John Wood suffered a broken leg and
Butler Broiwn was badly crushed.
The property loss in the fire es
timated tonight at upwards of a
million dollars. In addition, loss
ot personal effects, Including jewelry,
money and clothing of the guests,
will run into a considerable figure.
Most of the hotel occupants were left
with no personal property other than
what they wore when the alarm was
The escape of many guests and em
ployees was facilitated by the moun
tain slope on which the hotel was
built, at the rear of the building egress
being possible from each floor to^the
The register of guests at the Ar
lington included Mrs. Joe T. Robin
son, wife of United States Senator
The fire was discovered in the
basement of thci hotel at 3 o'clock this
afternoon, at which time it already
had gained considerbale headway, i
Strenuous efforts of the city fire de
portment personnel ware unavailing I
in checking its spread, though it was
confined to the lower part cf the ouild-1
ing for an hour.
RDcnse smoke in the corridors and
even outside the burning building1
interferred with the work of the1
fire fighters.
Fully fifty persons, unable to reach 1
the rear and blocked from stairs by ■
the smoke-filled halls, were rescued j
by firemen who reached the front win
dows on hook and ladder equipment. >
About 300 guests were registered >
at the hotel. It was believed all es-'
caped without injury. With exit by i
the usual means hampered, guests '
crowded to the balconies with what |
few of their belongings they could '
hastily gather, and with the aid of i
ladders to the mountainside which;
skirts the hotel site. Some, over- 1
come by smoke, wjr'e given medical i
The hotel, situated within the '
government reservation, had accom
modations for about 500 guests. Abou
two-thirds of the rooms were said to
have been occupied.
Farm Leans s s-* Per saw?
Prompt Inspections
Jas. D. Shaver, Jr., Secy.
Ashdown, Arkansas
YOU can depend
on the new Good
year Cord Tire with
the beveled All
Weather Tread to
give you greater
mileage, better serv -
ice, and longer wear.
These advantages
are due to the semi
flat tread, a new im
proved rubber com
pound, heavier side
walls and the rein
• forced blocks of the
new beveled tread.
It is the best tire
Goodyear ever built.
Am Goodyear Service Station
Dealers we sell and recom
mend Goodyear Tires and
back them up with standard
j Goodyear Set oice [
0# Hill Hews.
Oak iiiil, April a.—(Special.)—Rev.
Knight piled his regular, appointmen:
here Sunday morning with a large at
There is quite a lot of sickness in
this community now. It seems as if
the flu has attacked every one again.
The farmers of thi;, community are
progressing nicely with their crops.
Elbert Keener is dangerously ill
with the flu. We wish him a. speedy
Mr. and Mrs. G. R. McLaughlin and
family spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs.
J. R. Hinton.
Mr. and Mrs. Naltie Joyce of Fomby
spent Saturday night and Sunday with
the latter’s parents, Mr. and Mrs. W.
M. Shaffer.
A large crowd attended the egg bunt
at the church house Sunday afternoon.
Everyone reported a nice time.
Miss Eula Hinton of Ashdown was
the guest of her parents, Mr. and Mrs.
J. R .Hinton Saturday night and Sun
Aubra Horn and Jack Brinkley of
Peytonville attended the egg hunt
Sunday afternoon.
Quite a large crowd attended the pie
supper Saturday night. Every one had
a nice time.
Mr. and Mrs. Z. F. Love are on the
sick list this week.
C. G. Anderson made a business trip
to White Cliffs Monday.
Winthrop News
Winthrop, April o.—(Special.)—Mr.
and Mrs. Robert Wade returned from
Texarkana Friday.
Mrs. Preston Morgan and son, Cur
tis, were in DeQueen Friday.
Joe Stovers and Marshal Tapp ar
rived Saturday from ElDorado to spend
some time with home folks and friends.
Miss Nora McClean returned from
Mrs. J. O. Mitchel of Horatio spent
Sunday with her father, W. E. Peyton.
Deral Clowdis was the guest of his
aunt, Mrs. Henry Majors at Vanderj
voort Sunday.
Mrs. Henry Markert returned from
Zanesville, Ohio, Saturday after a vis
it to home folks of several weeks.
Alfred Buereklin and Oscar Hopkins
went to Texarkana to see Mr. West
Saturday night. At this writing Mr.
West is improving and able to sit up.
John Hicks of Antlers, Okla., was
a pleasant visitor to our town Sun
John Lambert of Idabel, Okla., spent
Easter with home folks.
Mark H. Watson of Jefferson Bar
racks, Mo., attended the burial of his
mother, Mrs. Shader, Monday.
Florence Miller of Texarkana and
mother, Mrs. Kate Miller of near Fore
man, spent Sunday with Mrs. Miller’s
sister, Mrs. M. L. Crenshaw.
Mrs. McKeever of DeQueen was
called here Monday to see her sister,
Mrs. G. Gish, who was quite ill.
Mrs. Gilbert Gish was carried to De
Queen Tuesday where she will undergo
an operation.
J. P. Lazarus made a business trip
to Ashdown Tuesday.
Miss Rosalee Lazarus was in Ash
down Tuesday shopping.
Miss Mable Morgan returned from,
a hospital at Texarkana Tuesday.
Wade Webb went to ElDorado Wed
nesday after a moth's visit to home
Dave Wade left Barnesdale, Okla.,
where he will have employment in the
oil fields.
The municipal election passed quiet
ly Tuesday. The following officers be
ing elected: H. H. Tate, Mayor; Ar
chie Leird, Recorder; R. T. Sessions,
W. H. Boggs, Walter Davis, W. D.
Stephens and G. H. Vandike. Aider
Mrs. Helen Sexton of El Dorado, Mrs.
Hilda Allen of Marmalr, Okla., Chart.
Shader of Tulsa, Okla., Mrs. Addie
Smith of Barnesdale, Okla., and Paul
Shader of El Dorado, returned Thurs
day afternoon to their homes._
' Warning ~0 r iler.
In the Little River Chancery Court,
Little River County, Arkansas, E. W.
Mooney, Plaintiff vs. W. H. Smith, De
fendant. The Defendant, R. D. Mooney
is hereby warned to appear in this
Court within thirty days and answer
the intervention and complaint of the
intervenor herein, Martin Lewis. Wit
ness my hand and the seal
of said ' Court this 29th day r f
March 1923.—B. K. Walker, Clerk.
Natalie S. Williams; D. C. A. D. Du -
Laney. Atty. for Intervenor, Martin
Lewis.’ A. P. Steel. Atty. ad litem. 4 23
Cotton Seed |
For Sale 1
Well selected cotton I
seed for planting. 1
Grown on Red River. 1
Get home grown seed I
for planting and you I
, will make more cot- 1
ton per acre. |
Price per bushel I
$1.25 I
T. B. COOK |
1‘ I
HHHwood News.
Millwood, April 4.— (Special.)— Mr.
and vlrs. C. o. SL.-rks and children
Spent Saturday with Mr. and Mrs. T.
C. Pickett.
School is progressing nicely at this
! G. B. Joyce and family spent Sun
day with Mr. and Mrs. Walker Fitg
gibbons, of Hopewell,
j Little Miss Lois Gammill of Ash
down spent Sunday with Little Miss
Daisy Judd.
| Mr. and Mrs. Will Shaffer were trad
ing in Ashdown Saturday.
I Mr. and Mrs. Earl Tucker were
! trading in Ashdown Saturday.
Misses Bertha and Myrtle Judd
spent Sunday with their brother, Les
lie Judd.
W. E. Fomby was trading in Ash
'down Wednesday.
I Miss Dora Fomby spent Saturday
.evening with Miss Delia Stephens of
I Peytonville.
| Mrs. W. H. McAllister and children
spent Sunday with her parents, Mr.
and Mrs. Perry Butler of Peytonville.
Mr. and Mrs. L. C. Pickett spent
,Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. C. S.
i Starks.
I Dr. J. H. Judd and family were
trading in Ashdown Saturday.
R. A. Davis was trading in Ash
down Wednesday.
Mrs. F. A. Bass and daughter, Miss
Julia, of Ashdown and Mr. and Mrs.
Will Bass of Peytonville spent Sun
day with Mr. and Mrs. Joe Bass and
Mr. Halbrook and L. F. Wheelis,
County Supt., visited the school Wed
nesday afternoon. They made us an
interesting talk. Mr. Halbrook enter
! tamed us with some jolly stories and
told us some important facts concern
ing education.
j Mrs. George Chewning and daught
er, Doris, of xPeytonville, were the
guests of Mrs. Earl Tucker Wednesday
| G. H. Hatcher and family were in
Ashdown Saturday.
Mrs. A. L. Griffith was a visitor of
the school Friday afternoon.
The Agricultural Improvement As
sociation had a very interesting meet
ing at this place Friday night aid was
well attended and much interest was
shown. Seth C. Reynolds, the chair
man of the association, H. P. Kaizlip
and Miss Hobbs of Ashdown each
made very interesting talks which
were much appreciated by all present.
Mrs. W. E. Fomby in on the sick list
this week.
Eddie McDowell of Richmond spent
the week end with friends and rela
tives at this place.
G. R. Strange has a broken arm
caused by cranking his car.
> otiee.
In the Little River Chancery Court,
Littld River County, Arkansas. Notice
is hereby given that the several Guard
ians, Executors and Administrators,
as hereinafter named, have filed their
settlements and Reports of Accounts
Currents, at the January Term, 1923, of
the Little River Probate Court, to-wit:
Lon T. Jones Guardian of Cecil Lott,
et al. Minors. W. T. Davis, Guardian
of Joseph, Davis, a Minor. Frank Nel
son, Adm. of Estate of Cary Nelson,
Dec’d. Mrs. Mattie E. Wright, First
and Final Settlement of Mrs. Eliza
beth Patterson, Dec’d. W. T. Smith,
Annual Report Est. of Odell Hender
son a Minor. Mayme Locke, Executrix
of the Est of Hemphill Clifford Locke,
Deceased. J. R. Wails, Guardian of
Joel and Geo. W. Hill, Minors. H. D.
Phillips, Guardian of Dan Allison and
Grace Phillips, Minors. Now, there
fore, all persons having or claiming
any interest in, the said several Settle
ments or Reports of Accounts Current
are hereby warned to appear in the
Little River Probate Court on or be
fore the 24th day of April, 1923, the
same being the second day of the April,
; 1923. Term of said Little River Pro
jbate Court, and show cause, if any,
■ why said Settlements and Reports of
Accounts Currents should not be ap
proved and confirmed, or be forever
thereafter barred and precluded from
excepting to the said Settlements and
Reports or any item thereof. Witness
! mv hand and the seal of the said Court
i this 28th of March, 1923.—R E. Hud
dleston, (SEAL.}
■ ■■
My office is now located in the
Mills Building on Commerce
street, recently vacated by the
Commonwerlth Public Service
Co. Call and see me.
Real Estate, Loans, and Insurance
Beginning the First
of April
We will sell all patent and pre
paratory and toilet articles at
reduced prices for cash only.
All-items now selling
at-25cwill be at.„20®
All 50c items
will , beat.-. ^40®
All $1.00 items __
wilbe at._ __90c
And so on
There are a few items we will
exempt from this cut, but it will
include almost every staple pat
ent medicine, toilet articles, lea
ther goods, soap, stationery,
combs, brushes, flashlights, tal
cum powder. In fact' nearly
everything in front or the pres
cription case will go at reduced
prices until further notice. „
These prices are temporary, and
if you want to avail yourself of
- them call at once as we will run
this only a limited time.
Model Drug Store
EAGLE“MIKADO”>^^^^^^^PeiicU No. 174
For Sale at your Dealer Made in fire grade*
Ashdown, One Solid Week, Commencing
Monday, April 9 th
2Q--People--20 1 $15,000 Tent Beautiful
All New Plays and*High Class Vaudeville
Opening Monday Night New York’s Big Comedy
DAKIjAIIm rKlttiJ dip This Coupon.
Philrlrpn 10 ppntc :his Tlcket wil1 admit 0no Lady ab'
VjIlllUXCXl J.VX ^CilLO oolutely Free to the big tent Monday
Adults 20 cents “p"n,e" b)',,,,e "m
Tent Heated by Our New Oil Burner System

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