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Cobb Co., Distributor M-_ _ 'oniirinution Notice anil Warning Order. « ,_pw In the kj,tle River Chancery Court, • Little Hi yr County, Arkansas. Mil lard F. Gdfce, Plaintiff vs. Edward W. Wilsey, et al defendants. Notice is hereby given that Millard F. Gose has. filed in the office of the Clerk of the Little River Chancery Court his peti tion for the confirmation of his title to the following described lands situa ted i:i Little River County, Arkansas, to-wit: The Northwst Quarter of Sec tion One Township Eleven South, Rge. Thirty-two West, loss the Right-of way of the Kansas City Southern Rail way. and all persons whomsoever claiming any interest in said land are hereby warned to appear In the Little River Chancery Court within the time prescribed by law and show cause why the title of the Petitioner in r.nd to the above described lands should not be quieted and confirmed in him, and Edward W. Wilsey, Annie Wilsey, Wil liam Wilsey, Nannie Wilsey, Lilly Co sine, Jessie Wilsey, Edith Ellison, heirs of Frank Wiirey, deceased, are especially warned to appear -n the Lit tle River Chancery Court within the tint0 required bv law and answer the Petition of the Petitioner Tierein. Civ et. under my hand and soal of said Court this the 29th day of March. 1923. u yr Walker Clerk of thb Tattle 1 River Chantferv Court. Natalie S. Wil liams, D. 1 Warning Order. 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 amended answer and the cross complaint of the defendant herein, W. H. Smith. Witness my hand and the seal of said Court this 29th day of March, 1923.—B. K. Walker, Clerk. Natalie S. Williams, D. C. A. D. Du Laney Atty. for Pltff. A. P. Steel Atty. ad litem. Sat 4 28 -o—— Warning Order. In tha Little River Chancery Court Little River County, Arkansas. The Federal Land Bank of St. Louis, a cor poration, plaintiff vs. L. D. Shippy, et al, defendant. The defendants, L. D. Shippy and Bridgett Shippy are hore by warned to appear in this Court within thirty days and answer the complaint cf the plaintiff hereii., Tlio Federal Land Bank of St. Louis, a corporation. Witness my hand and the teal of sail court this 14th clay of March, 1923.—B. K. Walker, Clerk. Natalie S. Williams. Dl C. J. B. Stein er and A. P. Steel, Attys for Pltff. Ben Shaver, Atty. ad litem. '* 4 01 Sat —-o S68 quickly relieves Colds and La Grippe, Constipation, Bilious nefs and Headaches. 4 14 ! Jones Qammunitv News. Jones, April 5.—(Special.)—J. C. ; Prow made a business trip to Foreman 1 Saturday. Misses Maudie and Goldie Ashcroft j spent Sunday night with Miss Millie Prow. Mrs. Gertrude Bush is on the sick list this week. O. A. Abney and family left Monday I for Provo, Ark., where they will make I their future home. j Uncle Henry Morgan is on the sick (list. ! Mrs. George Shader who has had a lingering sickness, died at her home near here Sunday. The remains were laid to rest at the Camp Ground ceme tery Monday. Jessie Morgan spent Sunday night with her grandmother, Mrs. Sharpe, at Winthrop. W. M. McMillan is quite sick at this writing. The Jones school closed Friday. A nice program was given by the pupils. There were several visitors, j C. D. Howard, Walter Cannon ana Ulus Bland of Provo, were the guests of Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Henson and Mr. and Mrs. T. A. Abney Saturday and Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Prow spent Sun day with Mr. and Mrs. Ashcroft. Misses Mae Morgan and Frances Mast spent Sunday with Miss Merle Seymour. A. N. Morgan and son, Denson, went back to the blacklands Sunday. R. G. Seymour and daughter, Merle, were in Winthrop Tuesday. Clifton and Mason Prow spent Sun day at J. C. Henson’s. Miss Bessie Henson spent Saturday night with Eurby Abney. Johnnie McClain visited DeQueen Sunday. 1 __r\_ Mills News. Mills, April 4—(Special.)—This sec tion was visited this afternoon between two and three o’clock, by a terrific rain and hail storm. Hail stones fell larger than a hen egg, some being of very unusual shapes, many resembled large crystal rocks, such as are found in the mountains of Arkansas. ) Farming was progressing nicely un .itil this week’s rain and hail set in, but the fields and young gardens look battle scarred this afternoon. W. H. Hargrove made a business trip to Wilton Tuesday. Sam Bowman and K. A. Hargrove visited Ashdown and Wilton Saturday. Mrs. W. H. Hargrove and daughter, Anna, visited at the'r old home in Se vier county, last week. R. M. Har grove and wife returned with them Sunday afternoon. Snakes evidently think spring is here. K. A. Hargrove killed three while clearing off a fence row on his farm today. \ -J—o Elmore News Elmore, April 5.—(Special.)—Mr. and Mrs, Floyd Johnson of Hope, call ed on the latter’s parents, Mr. and Mrs. B, S. Thrash, Saturday night and Sun day. Little Miss Arthurine Pounds who was very badly hurt Saturday by fall ing from a wagon, is improving rapid ly. Mr. and Mrs. George Metcalf Jr., and children spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. G. A. Metcalf. Miss Coela Anderson spent Sunday night with Miss Ada Parrott. | Mr. and Mrs. Turner Youngblood of Nashville, Ark., was called to the bed side of his mother, Mrs. Maggie Young blood, who lias been seriously ill for some few days. Mrs. L. C. Anderson and children left Wednesday for Hope where they will remain a few days visiting rela tives. Miss Ethel Keith of Ashdown called on Miss Lydia Metcalf Saturday night land Sunday. -n . — King Rider News. King Rider, Apr. 5.—(Special)—The rain that fell here Tuesday night was appreciated by all as it put the ground in good shape to plow, i Most all of the corn is planted at this writing. Singing and Sunday School was pretty well attended Sunday evening. | Several from here attended the egg (hunt at Joe Stanley’s Sunday evening. Several are hauling poles this week. Sam Smith and Frank C'rawford at tended a dance near Arkinda Wednes day night. rank Ball was in this community Tuesday morning. Watch out girls, Thomas Green has got him a Ford. Miss Ellie Barton, secretary of the Sunday School at this place, ordered a large swinging lamp Monday for the school house. Mrs. Evans is on the sick list this week. Several from Arkinda' attended sing ing here Sunday evening. Among the visitors were J. W. Chappell, Fletcher Rodgers and Henry Ward, all good singers. We are always glad to have visitors, so come again. Seems as though the cotton crop is going to he pretty large in this inanity this year. Ogden H$m, •Ogden, April 5.—(Special.;—Api a arrived bringing a series o£ eioudy skies and continued rainfall. However we are inclined to believe it has also brought spring weather. Garden will be late this year on ac count of winter lingering so long. A great many are yet to be planted. The revival at the Methodist church is progressing nicely. Bro. Few is delivering some inspiring sermons and those who fail to hear them do not realize w'hat they are missing. Rev. John Glover arrived Tuesday to assist in the song service of the re vival now In progress at the M. E. Church South. Large crowds are en j joying these services daily and it is |hoped Ogden may be gieatly benefitted 'by this revival. j Miss Buster of Fort Worth, Texas, who was called here on account of I the sudden death, of her brother, E. A. Velvin, is prolonging her stay for a I lew days. , j Wm. E. Smithson who is an employe jof the Santa Fe Railroad with head quarters at Kansas City is enjoying the j hospitality of home folks here. While an account of the death of Earnest A. Velvin has already been published, we wish to state further, that his presence is greatly missed in Ogden by both white and colored. He [was one of our leading merchants and citizens. His going was indeed a shock to every body. The funeral ser vices were held from the home at the Baptist church, conducted by Rev. Benson, and attended by a large audi ence of friends and relatives. After which interment took place at the family burial ground at Bengen. The floral offerings were beautiful. J. C. Burris returned home Tuesday from Little Rock where he has been on business. me Baptist bunuay School enjoyed a picnic and Easter egg hunt Sunday. Mrs. Bledsoe of Kansas City is the guest of Mrs. A. C. Todd. ; Mrs. Eugene Crow of Texarkana is assisting in the revival here this week. Rev. Fowler field secretary for Sun day Schools of the M. E. Church gouth, delivered an interesting lec ture at the church in this city Tues day evening. | Rev. J. T. Benson is conducting a .Sunday School course at the Baptist church. The sessions are held every .Tuesday evening. Rev. J. A. Hull made a flying trip to his home at Hope Tuesday. Our streets have been greatly im proved by the grading which John Per ry did last week. Miss Marguerite Budd who has been attending school at Fayetteville is at |home this week. ! Neal Velvin who was called home on account of his father’s death, return ed to his school work at Subiaco, Col lege Monday night. Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Furlow entertain ed the social set Wednesday evening after prayer meeting honoring William E. Smithson. Mrs. J. T. Benson has returned home from an extended visit with her daugh ters at DeQueen. William E. Smithson and sister, Miss Ethel, were visitors in Texarkana Thursday. Roy Budd was in Texarkana Tues day on business. West Hankins who has been work ing at Watley,. is at home this week. T. J. Jones and family of Hicks com munity attended the funeral of E. A. Velvin. Mrs. I. N. Hutt will leave in a few days for Shreveport to visit her sister, Mrs. W. B. Leatherwood. Mrs. Groff Goodman and daughter of Texarkana are visiting here this week. 9 -o Wilton News Wilton, April 5.—(Special.)—Miss Annie Mills of Texarkana visited rela tives here Wednesday. Penn Wheeler and Louis McNeil left for Smackover Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. Euclyd Cooper went to DeQueen Sunday. Mrs. Winfield Mills who has been with her husband in Paris, Texas, re turned Wednesday. ' T. T. James, Mesdanies Bessie Choate, H. B. Arnold motored to Ash down Saturday. Misses Mattie McCall and Lillie Mc Cray went to Oak Hill Sunday. Hall Barry of Hot Springs visited his mother, Mrs. E. C. Barry, the iirst of the week. Mis Edith Mewhinney gave her Sun day School class an Easter egg hunt Sunday afternoon. W. L. Hedgecock went to Texarkana on business Wednesday. E. C. McCormick was here on busi ness Thursday. Mrs. P. S. Kinsworthy and Miss An nie' Kinsworthy went to Texarkana Thursday. IT DRIVES OUT WORMS The surest sign of worms in children is paleness, lack of interest in play, fretful ness, variable appetite, picking at the nose and sudden starting in sleep. Alien these symptoms'appear it is time to give White’s Cream Vermifuge. A few doses drives out the worms and puts the little one on the road to health again. White’s Cream Vermifuge has a record of fifty years of successful use. PriceSSc. Sold by For Sale by All Dealers. Are Not 'Worth the Price ©£ One t If they are the “big can and cheap” kind because they may mean baking failures. CALUMET ! the Economy BAKING IP®WISER Don’t let a BIG CAN or a very low price mislead you. Experimenting with an < uncertain brand is ex- 1 pensive — because it Wastes time and money. The sales of Calumet are over 150% greater than that of any other baking powder. HHS WORUPS GREATEST BAKING POWDER _ . -- - ———————^———^ Miller News. Miller, April 5.—(Special.)—We are glad Bro. Howell is able to fill his regular appointments again. | Lee Rettman of Beachton, Oklaho ma, visited his parents Saturday and Sunday. Mrs. Mann and children of Winthrop visited her daughter, Mrs. Ellen Green, Sunday. Miss Violet Rettman took supper with Miss Vivian Drake Sunday night. Miss Addie Everett spent Sunday with Delphia Broomdeld. Mr. and Mrs. Maurice Gauldin spent Sunday with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Bolden. >s» Miss May Morgan spent Wednesday night with Misses Violet and Selma Rettman. Mr. and Mrs. Willie Friend spent Sunday with Mr. Whisenlmnt. Mrs. Loyd Huchel who is here on a visit is quite sick with the flu. The party at Mrs. Tom Miller’s Sat urday night was well attended and everyone seemed to enjoy themselves. Mrs. O. J. Huchel who has been vis iting in Illinois returned home Thurs day. Mrs. Wolencr of Oklahoma, is here visiting her daughter, Mrs. George Green. Miss Vivian Drake visited her aunt, Kate of Winthrop, Tuesday. Miss Selma Rettman called on Mrs Miller Monday evening. Mrs. Henry Milan who has been vis iting in Paris, Texas, returned home riday. Mrs. Johnie Green and family are quite sick with the flu this week. Mrs. Rettman took supper with Mrs. Mary Whisenlmnt Tuesday night. Misses Florene and May Green call ed on Mr. Rettman’s Monday. -o Oak Grove sews. Oak Grove, April 5.—(Special.)— Some are farming but not so much, on account of wet weather. Pole peeling is still on the boom. Lester Stanley is on the sick list this week. . Edgar Drawbaugh visited her par ents, Mr. and Mrs. Joe Stanley this week. Mrs. Archie Dover was quite sick last week but is up now. Archie Dover left for Oklahoma this week to work in the oil fields. Lee Evan's mother is quite sick at this writing, and has been sick for quite a while. Edd Smith and fami'y visited R. J. Stanley’s Sunday. There was a big egg hunt at Jos Stanley's Sunday afternoon. There were lots cf eggs and 4pts of boys and girls and little folks to find them. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Harrelson o£ Foreman attended the egg hunt here Sunday. I It seems like nearly everybody has I gone to dancing again, as that is most 'all you hear of now, is a dance. May be they will quit again this summer. Uncle Joe Maynard is still around | here but he was not at the Easter egg I hunt. He promised us he would come but we guess he had other fish tc fry. Uncle Joe is a fine old man and we | all look for him two and three times : a week and we are disappointed if he doesn’t come, as he most always brings peanuts in his pockets for the kiddies. Frank Ball attended a dance at Pel Wrights Wednesday night and report ed a good time and lots of pretty girls. 666 its :i prescription for folds, Fever and LoGrlppe. TIN the most speedy reme dy we know, preventing Pneumonia, 4 Inactive 4 liver ^ "I have had trouble with /» an Inactive liver,” wrote Mrs @ S. Nichols, of 4412 Spencer ■gj| St., Houston, Texas. “When <S i would get constipated, I would ^jg feel a light, dizzy feeling in my € head. To get up in the morning with a lightness in the head and a trembly feeling is often a sign '/j that the stomach is out of order, z&j For this I took Thedford’s Black-Dr aught, and without a #1 doubt can say i have never j <g found its equal in any liver medicine. It not only cleans | the liver, but leaves you in such IB a good condition. I have used ^ it a long time, when food does ” not seem to set well, or the ^g stomach is a little sour.” ' 4 A '5? Vf * ~ .eci^wci s _f It isn’t 4[BLACK-DRAUGHT| 4H | Liver Medicine. 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