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~ZARK LUMBER AND FEED COMPANY
WE WILL GARRY A LINE OF FEED JNO. T. DONNELL, Proprietor THE OZARK SPECTATOR R. H. BURROW, Publisher Published Wednesdays and Saturdays at Ozark, Ark., and entered at ^aid pustotlice as second-class mail matter, a? wording to act of Congress Mch., 1879. Subscription lUtHI One Year . ..:. J1.#0 Six Months .•• Three Months .** Advertising Itateei Display. .. .10c per Inch per Insertion. Locals.6c per line per Insertion. Classified. l-2c per word per Insertion. P-| •Localand Personal* RUB-MY-TIS Antiseptic. Relieve Rheumatism. Sprains, Neuralgia, etc. Judge W. G. Stockton arrived from Keota,Okla. to attend court. Charley English near Altus is sick of pneumonia this week. Judge Evans of Boonevilie is attending court this week. Car nice, choice hay now on track. $15.50 per ton at car. Edgin Bros. Mr. and Mrs. 0. E. Jennings are in St. Louis buying goods for the Fair Store. A Good Grade of Shiplap at $2.25 per 100 feet. Ozark Lumber Company. Rev. VV. J. Davis preached Sunday at Oak Hill and reported a good audience of young people. lust recived a car of fine feed stuff, see us for prices, Edgin Brothers. House for rent —furnished or unfurnished. See Mrs. Georgia Gibson. M Montague visited home folks in Fort Smith Sunday and' Monday. Money to lend on improved farms. Easy terms.—L. M. Guthrie, Ozark,Ark. (adv L. J. Davis of Vian Okla. came down from Mulbery Sunday visit ing Mrs.Melissia Barnes and Mr. Mrs. J. T. Greer. One of the best brands of Ex tra Star A Star Red Cedar shing les at $3.70 per 1.000 at the Ozark Lumber Company’s Yard Miss Hallie King from White Rock spent the week end. the guest of Miss Gladys Mcllory.re turning Sunday afternoon Wanted 25 men at once at stone quary 3 miles west of Ozark $175 board 60 cents per day apply to C. H. Kelly at the camp. Double 2 333. Mr. and Mrs. Demus Huggins and children of Fort Smith motor ed to Ozark Saturday and visited her parents. Mr. and Mrs. Daniel I Jeffers. Mrs. Jeffers went back with them for a short visit. Tom Watson of Peterpender went to Kansas recently and bought all the cattle on a fine stock farm. He sold partofit in Kansas and shipped a car of the best animals to his farm last week. This is the second car of shorthorns he has shipped in this winter R E. Dean of near Meg was in Ozark yesterday and made the Spectator a call and left an order for stationery. Mr. Dean has bought a fine Holstein bull and . is going into the stock business in the right way. He has named his farm and will have a picture of the Holstein stock on his letter head. Monday was an ideal day for gardening and seeds stores were posy supplying the necessary . seeds, Not a vacant lot should Mowed to grow up in weeds. "> have to do to enjoy vour ’3h vegetable is to clean tJpbiHh remove the old tin fS&JZT dow“ Save $160 on this Chalmers 6-30 Today the price of this 5-passenger 6-30 Chalmers is $1090. March 1 st the price becomes $1250. The saving, ii you buy now, is $160. There will be practically no change in the car after March 1st Just the same sound, reliable car as the 15,000 now in use. A reason able price at $1250. A bargain at $1090. And bear in mind the 7-passenger 6-30 Chalmers—price sti!! $1350. One of the smartest, keenest looking Chalmers ever built. Generous in power. Economical and dependable. If you have not seen the Chalmers Sedan you have missed much. A sensible kind of a car. Lines extremely modern— and only $1850. Remember there is a limit to the num* her cf the 5-passenger Chalmer's 6-30’s that can be bought between now and March 1st. First orders get first deliveries. Present Prices Fit.-p...«.(.r T.arulf • - - $10V) S»vrn-p»«»»«ter S««U i ... SUM Two •• Koid.tti - - - 107-1 Si-ven " LImil.t * » 25M Jtiu “ l.utuif ... 13 >0 Seven “ L»r • » 2sy» lAll l.o. b. Detroit) [Dealer s Name] H. ~ $25.00 week, straight salary to man with rig to introduce Poultry Remedies. Pay every week: Experience unneccessarv. Eureka Mfg, Co" East St. 1 Louis. 111. Miss Luna Huggins, in charge of the JuniorLeague.gavea picnic party Saturday afternoon in the Sunday School room at the Meth odist Church. Each member of the league invited some friend and took lunch for their guest. Lemonade was served and games were played Mrs. LeRoy assist ed. Miss Huggins in entertaining the children The little folks en joyed the party. Break your Cold or LaGrippe with a few doaee of 666. Hub Cooper is having a pretty eight room house built on a lot he has recently purchased just »ast of the Price boarding house. J. R. Knox has the contract. - --«•••- .— Jno. E. Bryan left Saturday afternoon for Muskogee. Ok la. to visit a day with his daughter. Mrs. Grover Wagner. He re turned Monday. The Finance Committee of the Rest Room assocation, have been busy this week securing sub scriptions for the opening of this much needed place for our coun try women. But few of our busi ness mens failed to respond liber ally to this cause. , Mrs. G A. Carter’s friends sur prised her Tuesday by taking a prepared dinner to her home at her daughter. Mrs. Frank Gos* nell’s. The day was happily spent. Catarrh Cannot Be Cured with LOCAL APPLICATIONS, as they > unnot rein’ll the seat of the disease. Ca tarrh is s blood or constitutional disease, and In order to cure it you must tnl.e in ternsl remedies Hull's Csuirrh Cure is taken Internally, and acts directly upon the blood and mucous surface Hall’s Catarrh Cure is not a quack medicine It waa proscribed by one of the beat phy sieians In this country for years and is a regular prescription It is composed of Ihe best tonics known, combined with the bast blood purifiers acting directly on the mucous surfaces. The perfect combina tion of the two Ingredients Is what pro duces such wonderful results in curing catarrh. Send for testimonials, free. F. J. CHBNKY * CO . Props . Toledo. O Sold by Druggists, price TSc Take Hall's Family Pills for constipation. s r DO YOU WANT TO LAUBHP I _ Well, go Today, before it is too Late, have those decayed, (possibly now rotton) unsightly teeth fixed—made serviceable and attractive, so you wont be ashamed of them. Also avoid having that terrible toothache. See Dr. R. M. Black, the San itary Dentist, today, at his branch office at the Bristow Hotel, and have your teeth examined FREE. Telephone 61 for en gagement. * SPECIAL LOW PRICES To introduce our i i DBS. M. D.& R. M. BLCAK DENTISTS Sixteen Years in our present Home Office, 710J Garrison Ave., Fort Smith, Ark. ALL^ WORK GUARANTEED I Ears i Our ears are all wrong. They got up on the side of our heads in the first place because there wasen’t room for them any where else. And there they sit. wide open all the time. The worst of it is they’l listen to anything. Insurance agents Sunday ser mons. bum jokes, bills collectors, wrangling cats or peevish wives -it’s all the same to them. '! There’s no escape! If you dont want to listen.go deaf. And even then there are trumpets. Elephants have all the luck. They can let down the flaps. Commissioner’s Sale Notice, Notice is hereby given that in pur suance of the authority and directions | contained in the decretal order of the Chancery Court of Franklin County, made and entered on the Ntii day of December. A. D. I91C, in a certain cause (No. 471) then pending therein between Joel Arrington, complainant, and J.L. Conley & Itosa Conley,defend ants, the undersigned as Commissioner of said Court, will offer for sale at public vendue to the highest bidder, at the north door or entrance of the coun ty court house in which. said court is held, in the County of Franklin, within the hours presented for judicial sales, on SATURDAY, MARCH 10. 1917, ! the following described real estate ' towit The North Hast Quarter of the North West Quarter and the Fast Half of the North West Quarter of the North West j of Section Three. (3), Township Elev | en, (11), North. Range Twenty Seven, ! , and the South West Quarter of i the South West Quarter, and Tfie South Part of the South East Quarter of the South West Quarter, of Section Thirty Four, Township Twelve. North, Range Twenty Seven, West, Containing One Hundred and Thirteen i acres more or less. Said South part of ' the South Eaat Quarter of the South West Quarter being that part laying: South ol Mulberry Creek, in Franklin, County, Arkansas. >\ Terms of Sale: On a credit of three months, the purchaser being required i to execute a bond as required by law and the order and decree of said court, 1 in said cause, with approved security,, bearing interest at the rate of ten per cent per annum from date of sale until! paid, and a lien being retained on the' premises sold to secure the payment ■ of the purchase money. Given under my hand l' February, A. D. 1917. Elmo Hunti Commissioner ii Mrs. Elmo Cooper came up from Little Hock Saturday and will visit her mother. Mrs. J. F. Ma xey. • «m ACT QUICKLY ■ ______ V ■} Do the right thing at the right time. Act quickly in time of dan ger. In time of kidney Doan’s Kidney pills effective. Plenty of their worth. Mrs. K. Parkers, Fort Smith, Ark back hurt me terribly ana ings I could hardly get an. , % When I stooped over, I could hardly straighten. 1 had rheum atic pains in my arms and ers and dr opsical swelling my ankles and under my I got Doan’sKidney Pill*e«u box removed the rheumr*'-1 and dropsical back stopped hurting Price 50c, at all dealer simply ask for a kidney get Doan’s Kidnev same that Foster-Milbi falo N. Y.