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OZARK LUMBER COMPANY
JNO. T. DONNELL, Proprietor Slip a few Prince Albert smokes into vour system! You've heard many an earful about the Prince Albert patented process that cuts out bite and parch and lets you smoke your fill without a comeback! Stake your bank roll that it proves out every hour of the day. Prince Albert has always been sold without coupons or premiums. We prefer to give quality! There’s sport smoking a pipe or rolling A your own, but you know that you’ve got A | Pl’HT to have the right tobacco I We tell you | PP If I Prince Albert will bang the doors wide 111 nopen for you to come in on a good time ffa national joy smoko firing up every little so often, without a regret! You’ll feel like your smoke past has been wasted and win be sorry you cannot back up for a fresh start. You swing on this say-so like it was a tip to a thousand-dollar bill! It’s worth that in happi ness and contentment to you, to every man i I H. J. KETWOtPSTOBACCO CO mj *Pri jE S';111 HH\ sawwsr y^lrSnS Jl \ fjyKi J| „^3Si?fpS?SS VI 1IV ■HR/i\. v?^o°SfOV p^ Yf o* proci b by which Prince Albert^l* jtk H illll lhllllmS^W89ll5fflUl'^\ ySHSK^fi^'^ where tobacco is sold youllfld Oak Grove A fine rain again caused wheat sowing to begin in earnest. It takes lots of rain to put stubble ground in condition to plow and sow after such a long dry spell. The Woman’s Home Mission ary Society of Oak Grove was organized to the satisfaction of all, that the good works were to begin at home when they gave a pie supper last Monday night. Such an array of pies! All kinds of big delicious pies were sold and eaten. As most of those present were of our own imme diate neighborhood every one passed his pie around and invit ed his neighbor to test its worth. A fine informal time was had by all and a neat sum added to the treasury of the society. The officers of the society are: Mrs. Ora Ruppert, president. Miss Pearl Hutchinson, 1st vice presi dent; Mrs. Edna WarnoOf, 2nd vice president; Mary Simpson, 3rd vice president. Miss Gladys Fuqua is spending a few weeks in Ozark. Her brother, Lee, is able to walk now by using a crutch. Oscar Cornett spent Sunday with his sister. Mrs. Annie Brindle. Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Hardy, of the Big Flat, enjoyed Sunday dinner with Mr. and Mrs. Claude Smith. Quite a number are away from home now. Mrs. Ruppert and four children are in the valley. Mrs. Jasper Morphus and boys are also spending a few days in You are Invited to Attend THE FORT SMITH FREE FAIR Agricultural-Industrial Exposition October 9 to 14th Monday to Saturday Sptendid Exhibits and Demonstrations Free Open Air Attractions, Daily Parades, Band Concerts, Shows, Etc. Special Railroad Rates and Excursions . Free on Garrison Avenue Fort Smith, Arkansas the valley. Mrs. Hutchinson was accompanied by Iza Fuqua and her brother. Robert, and they will spend the vacation days with Lovona and Homer. Belleville and Homer Smith and sisters. Misses Gwendolyn and Gladvs, attended the school meet at Watalula. Mrs. George Flemming is en tertaining her brother. Louie Arbuckle, of Sand Springs. Oklahoma, and sister, Mrs. Ella Campbell, and children,. of Dyer. Luther Revis and family at tended the school meet at Wata lula. Their two girls won prizes. Not content with this the child ren won prizes for answering the most questions during the quarter in Mrs. L. Warnoek’s class Mildred Revis, 32 and Owen Revis, 32. These each won a book mark as a prize. Ervin Flemming, Vera Davis and Robert Fuqua also did some good woik. W. Wykoff, of Atchison, Kan sas, was in Ozark and came out to Oak Grove to look after farm again this week. He will rent his farm again this yeyr wnile he remains in the employ of the railroad.—The Amateur. - — N. E. White Oak Everybody still picking cotton and gathering corn. Wedding bells been ringing in these parts recently. Misses Lucinda and Etta Campbell and Floyd and Walter Hayes were married last Wednesday. Jim Hardcastle has bought out “Uncle” Charley Phillips, and “Uncle” Charley and son, Edd, and family are going to Oklahoma soon. — RMT. Watalula Everybody picking cotton around here now. Brother Honea preached at Watalula Saturday night and Sunday. Lots of people here have been attending the camp meeting. Walter Harris is very ill at present. Was operated on for appendicitis on the 21st. Sunday school is progressing nicely now with T. L. Dickerson as superintendent. Everybody invited to come. The school meet here on the 23rd was u grand success - at tended by a large crowd and everybody reports a nice time. About six schools were repre sented. Born to Mr. and Mrs. Sam Rowell on the 18th, a fine girl. Lots of people around here are leaving for Oklahoma. Brown Eves. -—■■■ —■ Maple Grove J. N. Pendergrass and familv and his son, Elmer, and familv passed in their autos seemingly with no other purpose in view than to find some good road to “spin” on. Health is moderaly good; some have colds and the children have had an epidemic of scarlet fever, or scarlatina, as some of the doctors call it. Corn and cotton gathering seems to be the one important job now. No fall plowing being done on account of its being so drv. Most every family has sowed turnips and they are not up, but think this rain will bring them up. J. H. (Bud) O’Neal purchased a brand new suit, hat and shoes, donned them and started to the association, and his mother met him and didn’t know him. Now Bud, you go to see your mother more, visit her often enough to be snre she will know you in any kind of rig. Mrs. J. F. O’Neal and daugh ter, Mrs. Clara Kelton, made a flying trip from Branch to the old home Saturday. Fay Council has sold his land to his brother, Albert, and will start back to Oklahoma in two or three weeks. A real fine boy arrived at D, A. Council’s on the 13th and registered in the family record as Charles Cole. J. F. Law went to Fort Smith last week to serve on the U. S. grand jury. Polk Rider says he is just as i sure he will win his "dipping” i case in supreme court as if he tiad already won it. I notice all along that those who are in favor of the dipping have no bad effects from dipping, but the trouble all comes to those who oppose it. Last year we had worlds of water, grass and ticks. This year water has been scarce, grass short and burned, but minus the tick the cattle are doing better than they did last! vear. 1 have read the “Thirty-nine Steps” with interest and, like everything else that I read in The Spectator, I liked it splen did, and am wishing The Specta tor and all its contributors con tinued success, —health and hap piness to its readers. — Aunt Eliza. Money to lend on improved farms. $300.00 and up. Easy payments.—G. A. A. Deane, Jr., Ozark, Arkansas. The GLEASON’S Hotel Headquarters for Politicians, Commercial Men, Farmers’ Union. E. A. SCHICKER, Proprietor LITTLE ROCK, - ARKANSAS Opening Number of the Ozark Lyceum Course Cheney Concert Company # And their White House Golden Organ Chimes School Auditorium Saturday, October 7, at 8 p. m. General Admission—Adults- . .- - - 50c Children__—---25c Season’s Tickets Now on Sale by The Ozark School Children Help the children by buying your tickets from them. Buy a Season Ticket and Save Money. Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Kendrick and children, of Muldrow, Okla homa, were the guests last week of Mr. and \lrs. Charles Ken drick of this place. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Garner who have been here the past several days visiting at the home of his sister, Mrs. Frank Gosnell, re turned to their home at Manitou Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. Anderson who had been visiting at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Harley Russeil on West River street, returned to their home at Charleston Sunday. New Hats each week at Kath ryne B. Hail’s Millinery Shop, next door to postoffice. Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Ritchie and children who formerly re sided in Ozark but who have been at Rivieria, Texas, for the past five or six years, arrived in Ozark the first part oc the week and will make their home here. Do you want to feel comfort able all the time? Then wear a Treo Corset. For sale at Kath ayne B. Hail’s Millinery Shop. O’Connor pleasure and com mercial Motor Cars are assem bled of World-known Standard Parts, medium priced, and sold on a convenient PAY-AS-YOU RIDE plan. Catalogue mailed on request. Exceptional agency proposition and exclusive terri tory for persons desiring to act as representatives. Inquire of The O’Connor Corporation, 6331 South Halsted Street, Chicago, Illinois. See Luther Brock for paint ing, paperhanging and decorat ing, Ozark, Arkansas. WANTED:’* “YOUNG MAN WITH NERVE. Good pay, short hours, opportunity for travel, advancement: normal physique, good references re quired Aviation Dep’t. THE O’CONNOR CORPORATION.' 6309 S. Eggleston, CHICAGO, ILLINOIS. L RUB OUT PAIN I with £Ood oil liniment. That’s I g the suretil way to stop them. * [[ 1 he best rubbing liniment is MUSTANG LINIMENT Good for the Ailments of 1 Horses, Mules, Cattle, Etc. Good for your own Aches, Pains, Rheumatism, Sprains, Cuts, Burns, Etc. 25c. 50c. $1. At all Dealer*. ! RUB-MY-TISIM Will cure your Rheumatism Neuralgia, Headaches, Cramps, Colic, Sprains, Bruises, Cufr and Burns. Old Sores, Stings of Insects Etc.* Antiseptic Anodyne, used in ternally and externally. Price 25c. CASTOR I A* For Infants and Children 1 In Um For Over 30Yoaro Always bears the Signature of How’s This? 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