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PEOPLE YOU KNOW.
Miss Myra Harris, of Denning,
spent Tuesday i n Ozark, the
guest of her sister, Mrs. Edward
McElroy.
John Miller, of near Los An
geles, California, arrived Mon
day night for a visit with friends
and relatives.
Born, June 4th, to Mr. and
Mrs. H. B. Bartleson, a daugh
ter.
H. A. Nickell accompanied
three of his grandaughters, Jean
Mary and Melba, to Fort Smith
Sunday to spend the summer
with their aunt, Mrs. S. K. Bas
sett.
John Deshazo, o f Fairview,
was in town Saturday a n d re
ported the arrival of a fine son
at his home, born June 1st. He
did not say whether he is a dem
No. Six-Sixty-Six
This it a prescription prepared especially
for MALARIA or CHILLS 4 FEVER.
Five or six doses will break any ease, and
if taken then as a tonic the Fever will not
return. • It acts on the liver better than
Calomel and does not gripe or sicken. 25c
The fish doesn’t
swim that can’t be
landed with some of
the tackle shown In
our new Fishing
Tackle Catalog. Just
off the press. 1718
different Illustrations
of Interest to all
uportsmen. Mailed
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every fish and every
stream Including a
fine line of
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Lowest Prices.
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KANSAS CITY. MISSOURI.
ocrat or what but we know his
daddy is giving him the right
start bv making sanitary condi
tions good for he took out screens
to screen his house so the rascal
can grow and not be pestered by
the flies.
Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Adams
went to Fort Smith Tuesday in
the Adams car. Mrs. B. W.
Webb and daughter, Miss Olive,
returned with them and will be
guests at the Adams home for a
few days.
Mrs. Ida<A. Lynn and daugh
ter, Miss Emma, left the latter
part of last week for a visit with
relatives at Plumerville, Morril
ton and Conway.
For Sale—One of three milch
cows. Call or write, W. A.
Barnes, Watalula, Arkansas.
Miss Rachel Williams came
down from Fort Smith Wednes
day afternoon for a few days
visit with Miss Norma Champe
King.
Good Rice, 20 pounds for $1.
adv. Ozark Variety Co.
L. M. Flake, one of the busi
ness men of Alix, was in Ozark
Wednesday making arrange
ments for the big 4th of July
celebration to be held at Alix
July 4th and 6th.
Money to loan on improved
farms. Easy terms,
adv. L. M. Guthrie.
Mrs. Merrell and two children
are here from Joplin, Missouri,
guests at the home of her par
ents, Mr. and Mrs. R. M. Wild
man.
See the new arrivals in ladies
shirt waists at the Variety Store
The prices range from 50 cts. to
*1.25. adv
Sweet potato plants for sale—
Nancy Hall only—10c per 100.
J. H. Avery, Ozark, Route No. 1.
Best Flour in town, quality
and price considered, at the Va
riety Store. adv
r ----
Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Turner and
Miss Cornee Guthrie and Tom
Fleeman spent Wednesday i n
Fort Smith.
For Sale—Dewberries and
Early Harvest blackberries.
Himalaya berries will be ready
about June 15th. Z. L. Evans,
Phone B-52.
Just received a large shipment
of ladies, misses and childrens
dresses. See them before pur
chasing material to make your
dress. The price—0 well! We
will save you money and the
trouble of making,
adv. Ozark Variety Co.
Mrs. 0. W. Pitts and son re
turned t o their home i n Fort
Smith Wednesday morning after
a week’s visit with her sister,
Mrs. J. W. Pinkerton and fam
ily.
Guaranteed high patent flour
at $2.75 per 100 pounds,
adv. Edgin Bros.
For Sale—One-horse Peter
Schuttler wagon, good as new.
Will sell cheap—C. L. Arrington.
July 10th is a special day for
entering the Springfield Busi
ness College. Celebrate at
home, then get ready to enter
school. The crops will be laid
by, and a few weeks can be
spent in school before gathering
time. No time should be lost.
A good situation is sure for
every graduate.
Robert Mcllroy went to Van
Buren Wednesday.
The Literary Club held their
final meeting, till the summer
season is over, with Mrs. J. C.
Wakefield last Friday.
Mrs. W. C. Cornish and dau
ghter, Miss Mildred, came up
from Little Rock Tuesday.
Mrs. Grover Wagner and
daughter arrived from Musko
gee Sunday evening and are vis
iting her parents, Mr. and Mrs.
I. E. Bryan.
♦.. .1 ■' .1.1 I
THE WEEK IN SOCIETY
Thearte Party.
Mrs. J. S. Turner gave a very
pleasant theatre party Tuesday
evening to about twenty-five of
her friends. After the show at
The Gem. the party went to the
Bell Confectionery where deli
cious refreshments were served.
A delightful time is reported.
Bunking Party.
Mrs. J. M. Bill gave a bunk
ing party Monday night to a list
of eight girls in honor of Miss
Cornee Guthrie, pride-elect.
Those present:
Willie Bryan
Willie Wagner
Grace Dupreast
Sula Kate Beeson
Janie King
Elgin Milton
Gelene Nichols
Cornee Guthrie.
Entertained Rook Club.
Mrs. J. A. Swaim charmingly
| entertained the members of the
Rook Club at her home in the
west part of the citv Tuesday
afternoon. Delicious refresh
ments of pineapple sherbet and
; cake was served. The hostess
! was ably assisted by Mrs. Ellen
Jennings.
Those present were:
Mesdames—
J. S. Turner
Farris Greer
Sula Fleeman
Lynn Johnston
Frank Johnston
George Fleeman
Joe Dowdle
Monta Adams
G. A. Deane, Jr.
Tom Davidson
Ed Davidson
J. C. Wakefield
Ellen Jennings
J. A. Swaim.*
Announcement Party.
A very delightful announce
ment party was given Friday
evening by Miss Gelene Nichols
at the home of her parents, Mr.
and Mrs. F. P. Nichols, Commer
cial and 9th streets. A delicious
salad course with cream and cake
was served by Misses Janice
Johnson and Dorris Pinkerton.
Features of the evening were
music by Miss Sula Kate Benson,
a reading by Elsey Harris—the
royal decree of Cupid that Tom
Fleeman and Miss Cornee Guth
rie would be married June 12th—
and progressive anagrams played
at from tables.
Those present were:
Misses—
Gelene Nichols
Sula Kate Benson
Janie King
Willie Bryan
Bessie Hail
Willie Wagner.
Sula Fleeman
Cornee Guthrie
Messieurs—
Ralph Horton
Raymond Conatser
Leo Paul
Edgar Dowell
Harlan Burns
Russ Mcllroy
Elsey Harris
Tom Fleeman
Mr. and Mrs. Dupreast.
Mrs. Gosnell Entertains.
Mrs. Frank Gosnell charm
ingly entertained a number of
her friends at a theatre party
Friday evening. After attend
ing the theatre, the guests re
turned to the home of Mrs. Gos
nell and spent many pleasant
moments at rook. Sherbet and
cake was served.
Those present were:
Mesdames—
W. A. Kennon
Tom Harned
Tom and Eld Davidson
R. M. Adams
Carl Strong
H. L. Bidwell
Frank Gosnell
Misses—
Jettie Smith
Nell Garrett
WEEKLY WEATHER REPORT
Observations are taken at 6
p. m.; temperatures are there
fore lowest and highest from 6
p. m. to 6 p. m. Rainfall is for
date given, from midnight to
midnight.
Report for week ending June
7, 1916:
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88
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82
78
78
80
87
60
79
70
70
69
54
1.85
.19
clear
clear
clear
cloudy
cloudy
cloudy
clear
Edward F. Cox,
Co-Operative Observer
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