OZARK LUMBER COMPANY
JNO. T. DONNELL, Proprietor
(Continued from page 5.)
babv has been on the sick list.
Emory Plvmale is on the sick
list. We hope for his speedy
Mrs. W. R. Dickerson and
Mrs. Goodwin were visitors Sat
urday afternoon at Mrs. Wilburn
Mr. and Mrs. W. P. Anderson
are visiting their daughter. Mrs.
Arthur Donnel, who has been on
the sick list for the past few
Clyde James spent a few days
last week with his parents, Mr.
and Mrs. W. R. James.
Miss Mhei Duggen nas Deen
visiting her sister, Mrs. Charley
James Plymale and Jesup
Childers went to Ozark Saturday.
Success to The Spectator.
— Blue Eyes.
Prospects look gloomy for
cotton in this part. There is
not an average for one-half of a
Enterprise has a basket ball
team and are playing every Sat
urday afternoon. We challenge
any other team in the world for
a match game.
Decoration at the Harmon and
Jackson cemeteries was not as
largely attended as usual on
account of the threatening
Miss Rachel Davis of Yale is
visiting Hessie Price and family.
Mrs. Lee Harmon of Clarks
ville is a visitor this week at
Uncle Joe Harmon’s.
Arthur Price took a supply of
new song books to Grenade
Chapel last Sunday night—a
good singing was reported.
Singing is progressing nicely
at Enterprise since the class got
Grandma Lee came in from
Oklahoma last Sunday and is
staying with her son, James.
The dipping vat on the Tom
Green place is already complete.
Also one at A. B. Worford’s near
$100 Reward, $100
The readers of thir paper will be
pleased to learn that there is at least
one dreaded disease that seienee has
been able to cure in all Its stages, and
that Is catarrh. Catarrh being greatly
influenced by constitutional conditions
requires constitutional treatment.
Hall's Catarrh Cure Is taken Internally
and acts thru the Blood on the Mucous
Surfaces of the System thereby de
stroying the foundation of the disease,
giving the patient strength by building
up the constitution and assisting na
ture in doing Its work. The proprie
tors have so much faith in the eurutive
powers of Hall’s Catarrh Cure that
they offer One Hundred Dollars for any
case that It fails to cure. Send for list
Address F J CHENEY & CO.. Toledo*,
Ohio. Sold by all Druggists. 760.
Office Phone 1636. Residence Phone 2227
Dr. M. W. Pate
Fort Smith, Ark
Office over Pierce Shoe Store, 820 1-2 Gar. Ave
Geo. W. Barham
Attorney At Law,
Will Practice in all the Courts
Chancery and Probate Business a Specialty
Office South Side of Square.
JUNE P. CLAYTON
L AiW Y E R
Practice in all the courts of
Arkansas and Oklahoma
Office in Rear Room of
ANNA NILSSON IN ''WHO'S GUILTY?” *
ing Well Attended
(Continued From Front Page.)
a few remarks by Kie McLaugh
lin who spoke for several min
utes. but without saying much
of an inflamatory character.
Several ladies attended the meet
ing, a brief talk being made by
Mrs. A. G. Curtis which con
sisted mainly of personal criti
cism of some of the officials.
Shelby at Gar Creek.
Rev. J. L. Shelby filled his
regular appointment at Gar
I Creek Saturday night and Sun
day morning. He reports good'
interest at both services. Four
were baptized and one addition
made to the church
Notice to W. O. W's.
There will be a meeting of the
local W. 0. W. Camp at Conat
ser’s Hall Thursday night of this
week. . Every member is re
quested to be present. Import
G. C. Carter, Clerk
F. E. Stockton. C. C.
A public examination of teach
ers will be held at Ozark Thurs
day and Friday, June 15th and i
16th, to ascertain the profes-1
sional qualifications of all per
sons desiring to teach in the
public schools of Franklin county.
J. J. Partain, Examiner.
Pure leaf lard, 10-lb bucket
$1.40.—Ozark Variety Co. adv.
Amis Te^t May be
That the Amis test, on the T.
H. R. Johnson farm, section
20-9-30, Crawford county, is
the largest producer set brought
in in the Kibler field, is the be
lief of the members of the local
gas colony who have visited the
well. The Wildcat No. 1 pre
viously held this distinction,
with a flow of 21,000,000 feet.
On account of the recent cave
ins the Clear Creek No. 3
well, on Arbuckle Island, section
36-9-30, Sebastian county,' will
not be drilled much deeper.
The well is about 2,500 feet deep
in a hard formation and making
around 4,(MM),000 feet of gas
Travelers Oil & Oas Co’s. No.
1 section 29-0-27, is drilling at
350 feet. McDonough Oil & Oas
Co’s, well No. 2, section 27-9-28
is drilling at loon feet, according
to Sunday’s Fort Smith Times
You Can Sell It.
No matter what you have to
sell, if it is worth the price you
ask for it, an advertisement in
The Spectator will sell it. It is|
estimated that six thousand
people read The Spectator twice
a-week-Tuesday and Friday.
Strayed—From my farm nea
Cravens last week, two 2-year
old mules one bay and one blue. 1
Notify W. A. Mackey, Route 3,
Booster Tobacco, 7 twists for
25cts. — Ozark Variety Co.
Cites an Instance
t i o n Succeeded
As an example of the benefits j
to be derived from diversifica-1
tion of crops in Franklin county, !
Demonstration Agent T. M. Wil
liams points to the farm of J. H.
Dowdle, south of the river.
Mr. Dowdle sowed oats in the
fall and followed up by planting
the land to peas the next spring.
The pea hay was harvested, the
yield being two and a half tons
per acre, while the stubble was
turned under. This year Mr.
Dowdle has the same land plant
ed to cotton “I have never be
fore seen a greater contrast of
‘before and after taking’ ”, says
Agent Williams, ‘‘and other
farmers would only have to wit
ness the remarkable results
which have been obtained by '
Mr. Dowdle to be converted to
diversified farming.” More
farmers than ever before are
diversifying this year.
“Graft” Growing in Popularity.
The serial story, entitled
“Graft” which is being shown j
at the Gem Theatre every Tues
day night, is rapidly growing in
popularity. Practically every
one who has seen the pictures so
far are well pleased with it—in i
other words. “Graft” is making |
a hit and is drawing the crowds.
Strayed or Stolen.
Dark brown, Jersey cow.
Some white spots on sides, one
white flank, dehorned. Wore
small bell when last seen. Last
trace of her w'as in Gar Creek
neighborhood, believed to have
gone In direction of Van Buren.
Any one knowing her where
abouts, kindly notify Rev. H. M.
Lewis, Taft, Arkansas.
‘Healthgrants’ On Skin
Flashed to Thousands
One of Nature’s signals Is an unhealthy skin. It la a^^^
scientific fact that the skin lndloates the condition of the^^^^
blood and the blood is the building material for the body and all its
vital parts. Unless the blood is nourished and kept rich and healthy,
it will evenually react on the organs It feeds and reduce the Indi
vidual to a pitiable condition. Little do people realize the physical
ailments that drain away strength and vitality and that can be
traced straight to the poor supply of blood. Pimples, Eczema, Salt
Rheum, Rheumatism, Carbuncles, Boils, Catarrh with Its obnoxious
results and the tendency to easily catch cold,
Malaria and scores of other equally serious ail
ments, are all manifestations of bad blood. For
over 60 years S. S. S. has been a mighty remedy
for these disorders. Thousands of men and
women have been relieved or actually cured by
8. S. 8. Many of them had Bpent years and
hundreds of dollars for other remedies in a
fruitless endeavor to regain health—a marvel
ous tribute to S. S. S. S. S. 8. Is purely
vegetable and when taken Into the stomach is
absorbed by the blood, supplying certain ele
ments which stimulate the action of the blood
corpuscles and help them drive out impurities
and build up the system. With such a tried and
true mediolne awaiting you at the closest drug
store, will you go on suffering and looking badly
when so many others similarly afflicted have
turned to 8. 8. 8. and found the meaning of
perfect health. Our Medical Department will
gladly advise you about your case without cost
to you if you wish to avail yourself of this
servloa. Swift Specific Co., Atlanta, Georgia.
Skating Rink Quits.
The skating rink opened here
several weeks ago by L. W.
Montgomery, of Mulberry, was
closed down Saturday for lack of
patronage, and moved to Clarks
ville. Mr. and Mrs. Montgom
ery expect to leave for that
place soon when they will open
up the new rink.
See the new arrivals in ladies
shirt waists at the Variety Store
The prices range from 50 cts. to
Money to loan on improved
farms. Easy terms,
adv. L. M. Guthrie.
Good Rice, 20 pounds for $1
adv. Ozark Variety Co.
Will cure your Rheumatism
Neuralgia, Headaches, Cramps,
Colic, Sprains, Bruises, Cuts and
Burns, Old Sores, Stings of Insects
Etc." Antiseptic Anodyne, used in
fernally and externally. Brice 25c.
Prince Albert gives
—its flavor is so different and an
— it can't bite your tongueg
—it can't parch your throat |
—you can smoke it as long and •
as hard as you like without any
comeback but real tobacco hap*
On the rmnt side of oey riiini
Albert package you will read:
*• PROCESS PATENTS*
JULY 30th, 190T"
That means to you a lot of tobaeeo an
joyment. Prince Albert has always base
sold without coupons or praaiaaHk We
prater to give quality I
thm national joy §moke
In goodness and
Id pipe satisfaction
it all we or its enthusi
astic friends ever claimed
VOi/'UL turn a .heory howdy do H *M M
I matter how much of a Wronger you arc in the
nock of the wooda in drop info. For. Prtnea
Albert ic right there — a# flM flraf p/aca r»»
pa a a fjal as/ia tobacco / Tlia loppy rod
bad eellm for a nickel and the tidy rod
Tin fbi a dime; then there'm the hand
re pound and half pound tin
huwudore and the pound
cryotat-gJaae humidor with
that keapa the to
a it-1 ha
lt answers every smoke desire you
or any other man ever had! It is
cool and fragrant and appealing to your
•mokeappetite that you will get chummy with
It in a mighty short time 1
Will you invest 5c or 10c to prove out our say
ao od the national joy smoke?
t. J. REYNOLDS TOBACCO
~R00UCE THE MOST
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