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Ashdown Little River News (Newspaper) - March 31, 1920, Ashdown, Arkansas
Voli me Xii. Ashdown. 11 Iii. 1 i a kit oily. Arkansas. We dumsday. March i. 0. Al Ember 2. _ Arkansas has Many things to brag of Arkansas should advertise same is a merchant or other business Kilter a Ivi s. Little Rock a u. Special a state should e i As Well As �. Merchant or any Al Plant. This is especially Truthe state has something to and like Arkansas. This is Thrpo hit has been adopted by Jim. Gusan. Commissioner of mines. N fractures and agriculture. Some most attractive literature Ever for this or any other state has nne front his of fice and is Cut to attract wide spread and fan 1attention. He has had or ? i a Beautiful map of the state 30 l t a inches in colors the most Complete to tap of Arkansas that has yet been produced. There Are ten marginal maps 5 inches Square showing the geology the Topography the Timber distribution the Mineral distribution the soils the rainfall the temperature the six leading Field crops the fruit and truck crops and the live Stock distribution. There Are also 24 Inch Square maps showing the location of the various minerals and commercial stones. On the Back of the map Are Brief sketches of each county which characteristic pictures of some of its distinctive features. Equally As valuable and attractive is a 32-Page pamphlet which has just been issued Arkansas information it was compiled by John s. Small. Commissioner of immigration in the of fice of the commissioner of agriculture and it is being printed in sufficient quantities to Supply All requests for information about the state. It is most of handsomely illustrated with half tone Clear and Beautiful As an Ori Ginal photograph. The land that not Only satisfies but delights is one of the phrases that attracts the Eye and the numer Ous illustrations with which its pages Are embellished will interest oven the native arkansans who is not familiar with All the beauties of his own state. Some of the chapter headings in this splendid compendium of the state Pride Are Arkansas hand of Welcome. Introducing the stranger to Arkan Sas. Government experts help Newcom ers in farming problems. Corn Cotton Hay. Rice and wheat Are the state s leading crops. Apples peaches and strawberries Are million Dollar crops in Arkansas. Arkansas has splendid schools. Opportunities for Dairying and Stock raising in Arkansas Are excellent. Where red combed chickens sing and cackle the whole year round. Thousands of Miles of waterway and stores of undeveloped Hydraulic Power. Of misses Hazel and Willye Wood spent the week end at ked Bluff with their parents or. And mrs. P. M. Wood. Life Wermers get parts by governor Brough tie news has reached Here of the pardons of three life timers in the Penitentiary. They were for Willie Rusty Roberts. Charlie James and Blackie Mayfield sent up from Little River in 1017 for life charged with assaulting several negro girls. Tim men pardoned were White men. The news first reached her ? was when James was seen in new Boston and later Roberts was seen passing through Ashdown on a train. The pardons were issued by Gover nor Brough with the understanding that tile men were to leave the state an never return. Just Why the news was kept quite is not known. Ohl in reds of patients t. B. Hospitals Are treating Many patients in state. Little Rock. March 30.the hundreds of patients throughout the state who have come under the care will be delighted to know that or. John Stewart has decided to remain As superintendent of the tuberculosis sanitarium Lor another year. He is known to All As one most thoroughly devoted to his work of relieving the unfortunates. It Many places to eat Arkansas has 1304 restaurants and 712 hotels. _ Little Rock March 30. Special last year there was a total of 1204 restaurants. 308 Rooming houses and 712 hotels in Arkansas. A total of 2324 establishments that come under the jurisdiction of the state hotel inspector. This year so far Only a Little More than 17oo have reported1. Or. Wiles the inspector says the average restaurant is a transient affair changing with great frequency and that it is almost impossible to keep up with them accurately All the time. Of Hose Hay april 15th Lias been designated at the Day of Honor. Little Rock March 29. Special thursday april 15th, is to be observed As Rose Day. The movement is be ing promoted by the Lions club and it is proposed to distribute on that Day thousands of Rose cuttings in an Effort to restore the. Prestige of Little Rock As the City of roses. Of to have booze Plank american party to favor Light wine and Beer in platform. Waco Tex. March 27. Richard Hudson Campaign manager for the l american party today definitely announced that the party will go to the people with a Plank asking for Light wines Beer and less stringent regulations on the medicinal use of whiskey. I a profitable Bank connection a permanent connection with this Strong mod Ern Bank offers More than the privilege of Mak ing deposits and drawing checks. These things Berve merely As an introduction to a score of service features of genuine value to All who seek to Advance themselves financially. Avital yourself of the Many privileges offered by an account with us. The sooner you Start the sooner benefits will accrue. Arkansas stat Bank no red tape we a or we Don to gear Cha storm takes a heavy toll of lives i least 12 killed by Tornado in la Lynn Are Relief is sent to stricken in Stelcl by trucks. Chicago. March 2�. The death list of the Palm sunday tornadoes that swept motions of ? ight Stales tonight stood at 160. The known dead in six Central West Ern states mimic red 105. While 55 were killed in Georgia and Alabama tin property 1-ss in the Chicago area alone was estimated at $6,000,00n. While in the states affected the material loss was Large. The ust t flows Indiana. 36 Illinois. 30. Ohio. 26. Michigan 11. Missouri 1. Wisconsin. 1. Georgia 38. Alabama 17. Atlanta. A. March 28. At least 12 persons were killed in a Tornado that struck Lagrange. Ga., late today. The i Formati n came from Fuller e. Callaway a Mill owner of Lagrange who said Over the Telephone that some reports placed the dead As High As t 25 or 30. Scores were injured he said land the courthouse and churches were i being used As hospitals. The town was left in darkness As the Light and Power Plant was destroyed or so severely damaged As to be use less. Tote waterworks also was Des troyed. The chief loss of life and property damage was in what is known As the Hillside Mill Section of la Grange where the Tornado demolished Small houses and nearly everything else in its path. Estimates were that at least 1100 Small dwellings were destroyed or heavily damaged. Storm sweeps Central West and dozens killed Chicago March 28.tweuty-Thrce known dead hundreds of injured and a property loss of several millions of dollars were left in the Wake of a Tornado that swept northeastern Illi Nois and portions of Indiana. Missouri and Wisconsin today. Elgin. Joliet the Western outskirts of Chicago and North Shore and West Ern suburbs were in the path of the storm which destroyed hundreds of buildings uprooted Trees and demoralized Railroad traffic and telegraphic and Telephone communication before j dying out on the Shore of Lake Mich Igan the Zodl air of which stooped i the twister. I the fury of the Tornado was Relt. I chiefly at Elgin and Melrose Park. Eight were killed and More than 100 i injured at the former City. 38 Miles West of Chicago and the property loss there was estimated at $4,000,000,. 000. At Melrose Park just West of the Chicago City line seven were killed and four were reported missing. Two chicagoan were killed and a score were injured while at Dunning a Northwestern suburb four deaths were re ported More than 100 were injured and 1,000 were made homeless. While northeastern Illinois sustained the principal damage the Tornado in its freakish career swept several in Diana towns near fort Wayne and caused the death of one Man and the injury of several persons in St. Louis and killed or. Brown at Bast Troy. Wis. Hold Manv miners and operators for conspiracy Indianapolis March 27.the names of approximately 152 Coal operators and miners in the states of Illinois. Indiana Ohio and Western Pennsyl Vania indicated recently by a special Federal grand jury Here for alleged violation of the lever act and conspiracy sections of the Federal criminal code were made Public Here tonight by Federal officials. The miners include i International president John Lewis Secretary Treasury William Green and chief statistical Percy Fetlow. The operators named include Thos. T. Brewster of St. Louis chairman of operators scale committee Phil h. Penna. Of Terra haute ind., spokes Man for the operators in conferences i in Washington just proceeding the strike of miners last fall and f. S. Peabody Chicago one of the leaders i among the Illinois operators. Obe signs position. Miss Doris Harper has resigned her position As teacher in the Public i schools on account of the illness of her father. Mrs. Book Phillips has also tendered her resignation As Tea Cher in the school. Illinois c08t0r pre Ess Ribes it to her says lie has Over known Medicine i r. Grayson said meant that the president could continue the program of motor Riding possibly some Short yacht trips pro Bably on the Mayflower and might even get in a few holes of Golf if his improvement continuing. The trip for Washington will be made by train the Mayflower going up later. Last summer like his first in of fice. The president spent in washing ton others have spent at Cornich. X. H. The first summer which was a very hot one or. Wilson put the air. Cooling Plant in the White House of flees out of commission and announced that As inasmuch As he was asking. Congress to stay in session in the Itol throughout the hot Days he would undertake it himself and he did so. I of mayor Locke Calls a clean up Day for Ashdown the Wise custom having listed in this town therefore As mayor of Ashdown in order to encourage the Observance of such worthy efforts. 1 do hereby designate the week of april 5 to 10 As the opening week of tin Ashdown annual clean up and do t urge All citizens to make Al efforts j possible to cleaning and decorating the l premises thus adding to the health and Beauty of our town. C a Wagon will Call and get the nans and trash. .1. E. Locke mayor. Pound purse obtaining some Money and an american army Coin. Apply at news office. It Ever mindful of the interests of its clients wants to devote this space to n Little Liepart to Liepart talk with any of its customers who Are the holders of Liberty Bonds and arc contemplating disposing of them. Let us begin by advising you. Dont do it Here s the reason. You Bond on which the interest is As certain As dentil or taxes will come to you every six months during the life of the Bond Niit-1 when it matures it will be redeemed at 100 cents on the Dollar in Oulu. If you should sell you will love to accept the Market Price prevailing around she this apparent depreciation is not due to any failure on tie part of the government. Bather it is due to the Holder themselves. Many fired with patriotism during the War bought More bands than they could afford to carry. Others bought Bonds Ami because they wanted ready Money for luxuries threw them on the Market. The vast Volumn of these Bonds outstanding was so great that they could not lie readily absorbed. The savings of the people would not permit it. Naturally the prices went Down. But the prices \ ill go up As sure As the Sun shines and in the end every Lillou by Bonds Wilt be redeemed Ai Par and every ecu of interest will Law paid. Pm on to yours better buy another if you can get it around so. Be Are in touch with the Market and will Aid you in every Way. Any officer in this Bank will be glad to talk the matter of investment Oner with you at any time
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