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THE OZARK SPECTATOR
Published Fridays at Ozark, Franklin County, Arkansas, and entered at said postottice as second-class mail matter, according to act of Congress Mch., 1879. R- H. Burrow Bdw. F. Cox ■Snow A OOLBHIm and Pab BDWARD F. COX Maaacor. SakMristtra BaSoai One Tear . |LM Six Months . .M Throe Months .II ACfwMsIsc Batssi Display. ...lie par Inch psr Insertion. Locals.to psr lias psr Insertion. Classified. 1-Jc psr word per Insertion. Resolutions . |1.M Obituaries . l.SC Cards of Thanks.Me AU mMm of church entertainments, lodge affairs, pie suppers, basaars, dinners, oyster suppers, box sap pers and all announcements where in those Inserting such Items charge an admission fee, offer something for sale or take up a collection for the purpose of defraying exp will he charged for at the rates. ffMWP imn and topics on gener al subjects are always gladly re ceived, subject to the editor’s re vision. Spicy news communications are very deelrabla School teachers, ministers and physicians are re quested to' send In reports, an nouncements. etc., of local Interest. No attention will he paid to anony mous communications, however, names Will not be published, ex cept upon request of writer. EDITORIAL COMMENT _ 1912, Bullmoose—1916, va moose. BOUND in Russia. Austrian prisoners. When governments fall out militia men fall in. Uneasy lies the head that wears a sombrero. The nomination of Justice Hughes bears the earmarks of having been ‘made in Germany.’ It is stated that Teddy’s phone from Oyster Bay to the Conven tion at Chicago cost him $000 a day. It doesn’t seem to have been worth the price. Oak Hill to Cele brate July Fourth Oak Hill will celebrate July 4th, in the afternoon and the following program has been ar ranged: Welcome address, J. K. Fail ing. An address by Claude Smith, on equal suffrage. Recitation, Hattie Tripp. Speech, Coleman Currier. Recitation, Annie Perry. Speech, Walter Smith. Reading, Miss Etta Williams. Speech, Colonel Saveli. Reading, Letha Smith. Song, Tennice and Vola Gage. Reading, Hester Bradley. Speech, Ornal Mounce. ling, Hester and Elsie Bradley and Letha Smith. Recitation, Eva Currier. — ■ . ^ ^ — Carranza Releas es Prisoners is Late Wire Report A telegraphic report to the ef fect that Carranza had conceded Jto the United States’ demands ' land had delivered the 10th Cav Jalry prisoners to the border be fore the time limit expired, Reached here this morning. This practically means that war may be averted at least for sufficient length of time to enable a peace able settlement to be made. I “D. SWIFT A OO." arc beiiiK quickly ■ ■ bouftat by Manufacturer- m (■ goMlAmoMoraketche.-and duM-rintimi ■ I of mar inmUuD fur Mil •KAItCH I ■ awl report an petentablitt v. WeB«t fat- ■ ■ oata or no fee. Write fur our free; book ■ ■ of no needed invention- M ID. SWIFT L CO. I Il*c&1 News H m and about ^mb_ , Ivw* Agents wanted for the Ameri can National InsuranceCompany. See L. W. Montgomery, Ozark. All heat records this year were broken here Wednesday afternoon at one o’clock when the mercury in the government thermometers reached the 96 de gree mark. The building south of Bell’s confectionery belonging to J. A. Swaim and which was wrecked one night two or three months ago by unknown parties, was torn down this week and is being removed. 1 Mrs. Robert Chew came up from Russellville Thursday and is the guest of Mrs. M. B. Co natser. Mr* and Mrs. Robert Steele and children, of Van Buren, are visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J, D. Mcllroy, and his par ents, Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Conat ser. They enjoyed a fishing trip on White Oak Tuesday. Harlan Carter, the infant son of Mr. and Mrs. John Carter Mcllroy, was baptized Sunday at the 11 o’clock service by Rev. Galloway, of the Methodist church. Mr. and Mrs. A. N- Hill and daughter, Jacquita, and Miss Florence Choate motored to Charleston Friday and returned Monday. They were accom panied by Mrs. O’Bar who will visit awhile with her daughter, Mrs. D. L. Ford. Mr. Merrill, who has been the guest of Mr. and Mrs. R. M. Wildman the past week expects to leave for his home in Joplin, Missouri, Sunday. Mrs. Mer rill and children will remain with her parents indefinitely. Mrs. J. F. Maxey and Mabel and Jack Hendricks returned from Little Rock Monday where they had been the guests of rela tives for several days. Russ Cocke, formerly of this place but late of Waxahachie, Texas, is the new clerk at the Blackburn Drag Tstore. Bryan Paul having left last week for Bentonville to join his company of National Guard. Miss Emma Grace Bell spent last week at Alma the guest of Miss Hallie Eichenberger, Mrs. Mordeax and son, of Pueblo, Colorado, are guests of her cousins, Mr. and Mrs. D. B. Anderson, this week. LOIS MEREDITH. »■ ■ >nw> ■ . — ■ Mrs. W. C. Cornish and daugh ter, Mildred, and son, Sam, re turned to their homes in Little Rock Thursday after a three week’s visit with relatives in Ozark. Leo Paul, salesman at the Nichols & Wakefield store re turned Sunday from Shawnee, Oklahoma, where he had been spending a brief vacation. Mr. and Mrs. M. V. Waterfield and Mr. and Mrs. Walter Maxey returned Monday afternoon from a brief outing spent at Colorado Springs, Manitou Den ver and other Colorado points. They report a delightful time climbing the mountains and wading the snow. Three auto loads of Mulberry people passed through Ozark Saturday afternoon enroute home from a pleasant trip to Pine Bluff, Camden, Little Rock and Hot Springs- They were Messrs. H. A. Beneux, C. C. Henderson and James Farmer and their families. Strayed or Stolen—4 hen tur keys and 33 small turkeys; dis appeared about three weeks ago. Notify Mrs. Tom Floyd, Watalu la, Arkansas. A. C. Crouch, president of the Arkansas Light and Power com pany, of Arkadelphia, stopped off in Ozark last week, while enroute home from St. Louis where he had been attending the convention, for a visit with County Demonstraion Agent T. M. Williams. Jesse Haigwood motored up from Clarksville Sunday and spent the day at the Rev. J. J. Galloway home. Mrs. Haig wood and children have been here for several days visiting the Galloways, they returning home Sunday afternoon with Mr. Haigwood. The Misses Inez Williams and Vivian Gray came up from Clarksvilie with Mr. Haigwood and are guests of Rev. and Mrs. Galloway and family. D. L. Ford left Monday for Newport, where he goes to at tend the Epworth League Con ference which will be in session three davs this week. Mr. Ford is secretary of the conference. Mrs. Pinkie Williis arrived from Texas and expects to spend the summer here with her par ents, Mr. and Mrs. Jeff Ragsdale. Gerald Huggins returned Mon day to his home in Porter, Okla homa, after a few weeks visit here with his grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Huggins. The face of the court house has been repainted this week and presents a very handsome appearance, the dial being a dull black with gilt lettering. Miss Bessie Hail is visiting in Fort Smith. # Singing Convention. The Crawford County Singing Convention will meet with the Center Grove choir six miles north-east of Mulberry, in Franklin county on the Second Sunday in July and Saturday nigra before. All singing classes that can make it convenient are especially invited. Now come along, Greenwood and White Oak, and others, and lets have one more good time. H. L. Coker, President. C. M. Bolton Vice President. Walk Property Sold. The wells property located at Third and Commercial streets was sold Saturday at the north door of the court house to the highest bidder by Trustee John E. Bryan. The high bid was 1610 which was made by Robert Crocker. Where They Will Teach During the Summer W. A. Agee, New Hope, dis trict 35. J. B. Randolph and wife at Greenwood, district No. 33. Mrs. Amanda Jeffers, West View. C. V. Smith, Sulphur Springs. Miss Gwendolyn Smith, Sul phur Springs. Theron Agee, Stone Hill. Miss Louise Henry, Stone Hill. W. W. Rambo, Hickory Ridge. Clinton Byrd. District No. 92. Miss Lottie Baker, Mount Bethel, district 21. Mrs. Ola McKinney, Boston. E. V. Hunter, Lonelm. W. F. Nixon, District 39. Curtis Hill, Beech Grove, dis trict 71. Miss Edna Peters, Long Branch. Dave Mullens, White Rock. J. J. Partain, Oak Grove. Miss Lettie Partain, Oak Grove. Miss Rosa Crosby, Low Gap. Miss Ethel Garrett, Hickory Grove. Nirgil Lovett. Piney. Miss Annie Williams, Piney. Mrs. Junnie Lovett Warloop, Crawford county. Travis Reese. Fern. J. Dudley Cotton, Jackson. Miss Gesta Oliver, Mill Creek. Jeff Byrd, Grenade Chapel. Chas. Gabard, Fly Gap. Sam Crossno, Pilot Grove. Jeff Flemming, Berry’s Chapel Jesse Byrd, Cass. M. Z. Stewart, Lone Oak. Ruth Huggins, Center Point. Vera Anderson, Center Point. Francis Rankin, Jethro. Zula Nixon, Jethro. Clyde Davis, Mineral Springs. . — On the Death of Comrade Mitchell Comrade David Mitchell, a member of Stonewall Jackson Camp U. C. V., is dead. He responded to the call of the Creator to come up higher, on May 27. 1916, at his home in Altus, Arkansas. He had lived in Arkansas all of his life except a few years spent in Texas. He served four years in Company G of Gordon's regi ment of the confederate army. He was happily married to Jane Logan 65 vears ago. To this union six children were born, three boys and three girls. Two of the sons passed away twenty years ago. His wife preceded him some nine years ago. The children who survive him are: Jerry C. Mitchell, Shamrock. Texas; Mrs. Mollie Stovall, of Stanford Texas; Mrs. Eliza Sherwood, of Boxley, Arkansas: and Miss Sallie who now resides with her brother in Shamrock, Texas. His friends were numbered by those who knew him. Another link is missing, another mile post has been removed. The entire community extends sympathy to the bereaved. W. R. Douglass A. T. Jones C. M. Partain Comrades. — ■ ■ - ■ ■■ Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Russell and son Willie, and Miss Sydnie Mae Thompson motored to Fort Smith Sunday. Wanted— For National Guard for ser vice on Mexican Border. Apply Recruiting O f f i ce. LIEUT. A. B. COLLINS, Recruiting Officer. Roster Company “K” Nat’l Guard Captain, F M Edwards 1st Lieut., Jacob A Johnson 1st Lieut., Thurman M War ner, on supernumerary list 2nd Lieut., Andrew B Collins, remained here as recruiting officer. • 1st Sgt., Sam C Warner Qtr M, Eugene Ragsdale Sgts., Wallace Milton, Avo Lawless, James P. King, H. A. Nickell, Jr. Corporals, Thos. Baker, Bryan Montgomery, Hardin Guthrie, Turney Williams. Musician, Ben H Dennis. Artificer, W. Ernest Rose Cooks, Will Barham, Dennis Childers. Privates— Fay Boozman T Barton Albert Bearden Curtis Boozman Jeff Bounds Russell Bowman Zeke Lane Bert Leslie H E McCartney Chas Matlock Paul McElroy H C McElroy Turner McGehee Green Morris John O’Bar Argyle Parker Vergil Pierson Edgar Pendergrass Raymond Powell James F. Polley Horace Ragsdale Howard Reynolds Arthur Storey Leslie Lasser Willis Shropshire Geo Threadgill Ralph Turner Claude Taylor James Verner Walter Walls Fred Waldron Geo J Wyers Jeff Wise John W Williams Henry Yates Bland Knight J L Knight Vergil Knight Bryan Jeffries Frank Hood Albert Hamm John Hamm Ray Harwood Sam B Hawkins Clarence Gray Jesse Gilbreath Lawrence Gray Ben Gage Chas Fuller John Brown Lewis Casey Millard Carlisle Bert Davis Alfred Foster. Mr. and Mrs. Alonzo Blaylock and family left last night for Eufaula, Oklahoma, where they will make their future home. 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