Monday, March 27, 2017

OBITUARIES >> 3-25-17


MaKenlee LeeAnn Faith Clingan of Jacksonville, passed away in her parents’ arms on Tuesday, March 21. She was born on Monday, Jan. 23, 2017, to her parents Melynda Sue Cater and Joshua David Clingan.

Before she went to her heavenly home, MaKenlee experienced holding hands with her mommy and daddy and enjoyed hugs and kisses from her family.

MaKenlee is deeply loved by her mommy and daddy; big brother L.J. and big sister, McKenzie Clingan; her maternal grandpa, Robert Cater; her maternal grandmother, Melody Smith, grandma Debbie Christian; paternal grandpa, Timothy Powers; paternal grandmother, Lucille Wise and many aunts and uncles, her cousins and many others.

MaKenlee will always remain her parents’ precious baby.

MaKenlee is preceded in death by her grandfather, Clinton Lockwood Sr. and her great-grandmother Opal Myers.

Funeral services will be held at 2 p.m. Saturday, March 25 at A Natural State Funeral Service chapel in Jacksonville. Interment will follow the service on Saturday at Serenity Garden Cemetery in Jacksonville.

The family asks that any donations be made directly to the funeral home to help cover the cost of services.

Arrangements are under the care and direction of A Natural State Funeral Service, 2620 W. Main St., Jacksonville, Ark., 72076.


David G. Irvin, 57 of Jacksonville, passed away March 22. He was born July 30, 1959, to the late Johnny and Susie Irvin.

Memorial service will be at 10 a.m. Monday, March 27 at 607 Hickory Street in Ward.

Cremation by A Natural State Funeral Service.

Roy Harmon

Roy J. Harmon, of Cabot, died Friday, March 20 after a brief illness. He was preceded in death by parents Roland and Marie Harmon and brother Carl.

He was employed at Eudora Food Service in Beebe. Previously he worked at Knights in Jacksonville for 16 years. Roy will be missed by his coworkers and friends as well as special friends and mentors Billy and Pam Hall along with his critter family. A graveside Service will be held at 2 p.m. March 26 at Summer Cemetery.

Wilson Robison Funeral Home in charge of the arrangements.


Mary Jane (Colman) Brenner, a woman with a generous heart and a loving spirit, passed from this life at age 94 to be with our Lord and Savior on March 22.

Mary was born in Sunderland, England, on Oct. 15, 1922, the eldest of five children to John and Elizabeth (Carr) Colman.

Growing up during the Great Depression and World War II, she learned early on the importance of family, a lesson she shared the rest of her life.
She would meet a wonderful American soldier, Lee Brenner, whom she married on Feb. 17, 1945. Later immigrating to the U.S., she always took a bit of England with her wherever she went. You were always welcome at Mary’s to “have a cuppa” and mince tart as she did often with friends.

But her love also extended to her three daughters, grandchildren and great grandchildren. “Nana” was famous for her cookies, her fudge and teaching the next generation about England, the Queen and the importance of a good cup of tea. She always remembered their special days with love and a treat.

Mary was preceded in death by her husband of 56 years, Lee Brenner; her parents; sister Catherine and brothers Bobby and John Colman.

She is survived by her loving children, Margaret Blakley of Crestview, Fla., Bea Hays of Jacksonville and Mary Lee (Steve) Waxler of Niceville, Fla.; her brother Jim (Maureen) Colman of Liverpool, England; her sister-in-law Edna Colman of Sunderland, England; seven grandchildren Bill (Julie) Hays, Beth Hays, Marie (Bill) Dyer, Kelley (Bill) Cowan, Larraine (Thomas) Deloach, Diane (James) Milne and Kay Waxler; 15 great-grandchildren and many nieces and nephews in the U.S. and England.

A Rosary will be held at 6:30 p.m. Monday, March 27 at St Jude’s Catholic Church in Jacksonville. A Mass of Christian Burial celebrating her life will be held the following day at 10 a.m. Tuesday, March 28 also at St. Jude’s Catholic Church. Fellowship will follow in the church hall.

A private interment for the family will be held at Chapel Hill.

The family also wishes to extend their gratitude to the loving and caring staff at Elmcroft of Sherwood. In lieu of flowers, donations may be made to either Arkansas Children’s Hospital in Little Rock or St. Jude’s Catholic Church in Jacksonville.

Arrangements are by Moore’s Jacksonville Funeral Home and Crematory.


John Oxner, Jr. 89, of Cabot, formerly of Marianna, went to be with the Lord, Monday, March 20.

He was born March 21, 1927, in Rondo to the Late John Henry Oxner and Sue McGrew Oxner. He was a retired sales agent for National Investors Insurance Company. He also worked several years with Aflac Insurance Company. He was a former Mayor of Marianna, longtime member of First United Methodist Church and a Navy Veteran of World War II. He served the Marianna and Lee County area for over 10 years in funeral service, employed with Roller Funeral Homes as a licensed funeral director. John’s favorite job was working his farm of fruit trees. He will long be remembered for the years he spent raising delicious peaches and in the fall a bountiful crop of Arkansas Black apples.

He was a member of “The Greatest Generation,” a patriot, a true friend and a man whose word was his bond.

He is survived by his daughter, Priscilla (Bob) Morris of Cabot; two sons, Dwight (Debbie) Oxner of Cabot and Jimmy (Jan) Oxner of Aubrey; brother, Charles (Juanita) Oxner of Cabot; seven grandchildren, Brian (Barbara) Morris, Hayley (Terry) Helms, Britt Morris, Brad (Nicki) Oxner, Amy (Brett) Tullos, John (Kim) Oxner and Heath (Trish) Oxner; 18 great-grandchildren, and one great-great-grandson.

John was preceded in death by his loving wife, Dolores Mizell Oxner; two sisters, Joyce Moore and Marjorie Gardner; and a brother, Lloyd Earl Oxner.

Funeral services are 2 p.m. Saturday, March 25 at First United Methodist Church in Marianna with the Rev. Seig Johnson officiating. Burial will be at Marianna Memorial Park. Visitation will be from 1 to 2 p.m. at the church.

Grandchildren and spouses will serve as active pallbearers. Gary Anderson is honorary pallbearer.

Memorials may be made to First Methodist Church, Marianna. Arrangements are by Bishop-Crites Funeral Home of Greenbrier.

EVENTS >> 3-25-17


The Knights of Columbus and the Ladies of the Knights will hold a fish fry from 6:30 till 8 p.m. Friday at St. Jude’s Parish Hall, 2403 McArthur Drive, as a fundraiser for the St. Jude Scholarship Fund. Tickets will be sold at 6 p.m. Saturday and at 9 a.m., noon and 3 p.m. Sunday and at the door the day of the event. Tickets are $10 for adults, $8 for kids 6-13 years old and free for kids 5 and under.


Cabot AARP will hold a potluck at 6 p.m. Monday at the Cabot Senior Center, 600 N. Grant St.

After a short business meeting, Kathleen Pursell, director of Arkansas Senior Medicare Patrol, will speak on medical and Medicare fraud prevention.


The Jacksonville Lions Club will hold a rummage sale at 8 a.m. Friday and Saturday, April 1 at 16 Foxboro Cove. Hundreds of items will be on sale by several families. From Madden Road turn left on Club Road then left on Foxboro Cove.

All proceeds benefit the Lions Club. The event was originally planned for this weekend but was postponed due to forecasts of rain.


Southern gospel musicians and singers will perform at 6:30 p.m. Friday at Veterans Park Community Center, 508 N. Lincoln St. in Cabot. Doors open at 6 p.m.

Mike Franklin, Glen and Lee Ann Pool, the New Livin‘ Quartet, David Cannady, Jason Jolley, Tommy Lyons, Caitlyn Cook and more are set to perform.

Tickets are $10 per person.

Reservations are not required, but they are recommended and can be made by calling 501-941-2266 and leaving your name and number of guests.


The Church of Jesus Christ Apostolic Ministries in Jacksonville will serve free soup to the community at 4 p.m. Wednesday. This event is free and open to the public.

The church is at 1924 W. Main St., Building 3.

It is also holding revival services at 7:30 p.m. today, Tuesday and next Wednesday.


The Jacksonville and Cabot chambers of commerce will hold their eighth annual joint luncheon from 11:30 a.m. till 1 p.m. Thursday, April 20 at the Arkansas Army Guard National Armory, 300 Commerce Park Drive in Cabot.

Rick Lowe of Searcy, a longtime football referee for the SEC, will speak. He is president of the Winnelson Company, a construction supply company.

RSVP by Friday, April 14 by calling 501-843-2136.

CLASSIFIEDS >> 3-25-17


HOMEOWNERS! There may be Money For Your Home if you need: METAL ROOFS, SIDING OR WINDOWS. The Government has set aside UP TO $25,000 PER HOUSEHOLD FOR THESE IMPROVEMENTS! Save Hundreds!!!! Free estimate. Payments $59/Mo. No money down. 1-866-668-8681wac. Senior and Military Discounts.

CARPORT FOR SALE - Protection Against pollen, hail, ice, snow, sunand falling limbs, 12’ wide x 20’ long $777 delivered, Call 800-643-8728, OD Funk Manufacturing Inc.

BECOME A  HOME INSPECTOR IN 30 DAYS OR LESS - Class starts soon! We offer: Home and Commercial Inspection Training, and Continuing Ed Inspection classes. For details, info: Call 501-796-3627 or email for details or visit:,


HARRELL LAWN Service, specializing in hedge trimming, flower beds, mowing and edging. (501) 259-1607.

FOR ALL of your carpentry and remodeling needs - metal roofs, decks, privacy fences, doors, windows, floor repairs and coverings. 25 years of experience. Call (501) 266-0410.

PERSONAL TOUCH Lawncare. All push mowing, blowing and edging. Call anytime (501) 772-3240.

BLC Lawncare, specializing in lawn maintenance. “Let us do the work while you rest.” Senior/military discounts. Serving Jacksonville and Cabot. Please call (501) 658-8572.


EXPERIENCED FRAMING carpenters in Cabot/Searcy area. Call Ronnie at 501-416-1498 or 501-941-5698.

Arnett Realty and Investments is seeking a motivated project assistant to assist broker and agents. Real Estate and marketing experience required. Please email resumes to

2-Caregivers needed to support and assist a young man with Cerebral Palsy in his home and for community outings. Prior experience in direct care would be preferable. Applicant should also have reliable transportation. Hours are 6am-6pm, Monday-Friday. Work schedule available for a 2 or 3 days at 12-hour shifts. Must have HS diploma/GED, valid AR driver’s license, pass a criminal background check and drug screen test. Contact:  Lonoke Exceptional Development Center at 501-843-0030; fax 501-843-0349 ; e-mail or try; 8/4, M/F, application on-line; Equal Opportunity Employer

Job Coach needed to assist a young man with an intellectual/developmental disability in his community job. This position will also include hours for community outings.  Total hours is 20-25 hours per week during the day.   Reliable transportation required. Must have HS diploma/GED, valid AR driver’s license, pass a criminal background check and drug screen test. Contact:  Lonoke Exceptional Development Center at 501-843-0030; fax 501-843-0349; e-mail or try; 8/4, M/F, application on-line; Equal Opportunity Employer

HELP WANTED: Housekeeper and Night Auditor. Apply in person at Best Western, 1600 John Harden Dr., Jacksonville.

Farmworker, 5/1/17-10/15/17, Ben and Donna Walter Farms, LTD, Capron, OK. 35 temp jobs. Operate harvesting machines to harvest crops in OK/KS/CO/MT. Drive truck to transport produce and haul harvesting machines b/w work sites. Service machinery/make in-field repairs. Clean MVR, obtain appropriate DL with air brake endorsements. $3500/mo plus RandB, ≤ work guarantee, tools/equip/housing provided at no cost, trans. and subsistence exp reimbursed. Apply at DWS, 501.982.3835. Job #ok1310667.

Farmworker, 5/1/17-11/15/17, Lamle Harvesting, Okeene, OK. 4 temp jobs. Operate harvesting machines to harvest crops in OK/CO/MT/SD. Drive truck to transport produce and haul harvesting machines b/w work sites. Service machinery/make in-field repairs. 3 mo exp, emplymnt ref, DL, clean MVR, English req’d. $11/hr-$2200/mo plus RandB, depending on location, ≤ work guarantee, tools/equip/housing provided at no cost, trans and subsistence exp reimbursed. Apply at DWS, 501.982.3835. Job #OK1310471.

NOW HIRING - Personal Care Aides and CNA’s to work w/elderly and developmentally disabled. CNA or personal care aide certified. www.integrityinc.orgor apply at: INTEGRITY, INC., 6214 Northmoore Little Rock, Ar., 72204 • EOE.

DIETARY AIDE - Days off may vary. Full time Positions. DIRECT CARE also needed. Apply online at OR in person at: NeuroRestorative Timber Ridge, 15000 Hwy 98, Benton Ar 72019 • 501-594-5211 ext 8236 EOE Drug-free work environment. Clean Background and MVR.

SEARK Boats HIRING! Supply Clerk, Riggers, Painters, Plasma Operators, Salary dependent on experience. Full Time positions include benefits. For information call 870-367-5317. Apply at 728 W. Patton St., Monticello, AR. EOE.

NOW HIRING  WELDERS , ELECTRICIAN, QUALITY ENGINEER, MACHINE TOOL  and DIE, HUMAN RESOURCE, GENERALIST, Competitive pay and benefit  package available!  Email, Fax  or Mai Resume to: SAF-HOLLAND, Inc. Attn: HR P.O. Box 825, Dumas, AR 71639-0825  Fax: 870-382-2299,, EOE AA M/F/Vet/Disability.

CDL Flatbed Drivers Needed - $600.00 Sign on Bonus, Great pay, Health Ins, Retirement, Plan, Vacation, Holiday Pay, Home Weekly, 90% No-Tarp, Uniforms and Jackets Provided. Earn $50,000.00 to $65,000.00 Yr.  Call Chuck or Jeremy 501-945-1433 Apply in person:5007 E. Broadway, NLR.

DRIVERS!  Join Our Team! $5000 Sign on bonus. Drivers are home every weekend. Great benefits, paid holidays and miles. New equipment. Dry vans. Local family owned and operated. Must be 23 years of age and have a valid class A Commercial Drivers License. 2 years over the road experience is a must. With You for the Long Haul. or call (501) 228-8800.

DRIVER TRAINEES NEEDED! Become a driver for Steven's Transport! NO EXPERIENCE NEEDED! New drivers earn $800+ per week! PAID CDL TRAINING! Stevens covers all costs! 1-877-649-3153.


REAL ESTATE AUCTION FOR SALE - Fri., April 7th @ 11am. 852 North Ridgeview Dr.,  Mt. View, AR. 72560. Very Nice 3 BR 2 BA, Cedar Log Home on 3.03 wooded acres. M/L. Built in 2004, great trout fishing, vaulted ceilings,decks, 2-car carport, hot tub, much more! Shown by Appt. Only. Personal Property to follow R.E. Auction. List of Personal Prop./info, terms, directions: 19078, or for appt., or info: NEAL DAVIS AUCTION and REALTY CO. PB 6564, AALB #1, 501-940-2138 JASON DAVIS, SA, AALB 1202 501-454-3382.


MOVING SALE, 4/1, 1159 John Shelton Rd., Jax. Car, clothes, Christmas decorations, more, must go! Make offers!

RUMMAGE SALE, 4/1, doors open at 7 am, Landmark Baptist Church, 2200 Marshall Rd., Jacksonville.


2000 CADILLAC El Dorado, bad motor, good straight body, light blue w/dk. blue top, $2,000. (501) 749-9882.

2002 DURAMAX rear end out of a 3500, 8-bolt pattern w/brake assembly, $500 obo. (501) 352-8484, Jim.

HONDA RIM, aluminum 4-hole, 7-spoke, 15x5.5, 195/60/15 tire, $50 obo. (501) 882-2142.

‘02 CHEVROLET Z71 Avalanche, 4WD, w/all bells and whistles, extra clean, everything works. (501) 454-7501.

15’ ALUMINUM utility trailer, Oaken center, lockable tool chest on each side, suitable for business/ATVs, $1,600 obo. (501) 941-7632, leave msg.

ANTIQUE 1990 Miata, 101,087 miles, $6,000. (501) 533-7726.

1997 CHEVY Lumina, starts and runs but needs work, $500. 983-1428.

2001 FORD Mustang, V6, $2,200 obo.; Chevy 283 engine block and powerglide transmission, $50 cash. 982-1220.

FLATBED DUMP trailer, 8’x6’, $2,600 cash. (501) 605-2682.

2004 CHEVY Ext. Cab., 2WD, 5.3L, 154,000 miles, $6,000. Call/text (501) 882-9009.

WEATHERTECH FLOOR mats, front and rear, for late model Honda Ridgeline, like new, $50. (501) 580-1160.

‘97 TOYOTA Camry, great for parts, make offer on whole car or part out. (501) 882-2142.

1998 FORD Ranger extended cab, red, 189,000 miles, 5-speed, 2.5 liter, $2,250. Call/text: (501) 765-5401, Butlerville.

1991 FORD Ranger, 5-speed, blown head gasket, $500. (501) 765-5401, Butlerville.


‘05 AMERICAN Heritage motor home, 4 slides, all bells and whistles, extra clean, low mileage. (501) 454-7501.

2009 THOROUGHBRED Motorsports Stallion Tryke, fully loaded, heat and air, stereo, cruise wheel, tilt wheel, adj. pedals, tape player, new battery, trailer hitch. 982-7916.

HARLEY DAVIDSON Super Glide Custom, excellent condition, 20,000 miles, black/orange, 88 cu. in. fuel injection, 5-speed, $7,500. (501) 626-3464.

ELECTRIC CLUB golf cart by Precedent, good condition, new battery, charger included, $1,650 obo. (504) 412-3398, Beebe.


BOWLING RIDING mower, runs good, looks good, $450. (501) 983-1445.

SEARS REAR-TINE tiller, 5 hp., $275; Murray front tine tiller 5 hp., $100; MTD front tine tiller, 5 hp., $100. 843-5475.

SNAPPER PRO walk-behind lawnmower, 32” cut, Kawasaki engine, pull start, $500 obo. 944-8762.

CRAFTSMAN RIDING mower, 42” cut, good condition, $600 cash. (501) 605-2682.

LAWNMOWER, SNAPPER Pro walk-behind, 32” cut w/Kawasaki engine, pull start, $500 obo. (501) 944-8762.

POULAN RIDING lawnmower, 18.5 hp., 42” cut, good condition, $475. (501) 983-1445.

LAWNMOWER BLADE, Origon, 21” round hole, $5. (501) 835-4684, Gravel Ridge.


HAY FOR Sale in Austin - good mixed grass in barn, net wrapped 4x5, 1st and 2nd cut available. Local delivery. Call (501) 416-8107 anytime.

ARKY BARKY’S now open - great selection of beautiful puppies, guaranteed. Also, doing grooming and doggie supplies. 9714 Hwy. 107, Sherwood, (501) 819-6094.

GREAT DOG, free to loving family, needs fenced yard, 10 mos. old, 1/2 Shepherd, 1/2 Catahoula, housebroken, loves kids and dogs. Text: (501) 259-4203.

2 KITTENS, 1 orange and white, 1 white, litter box trained, free to good home. (501) 424-9308.

FREE TO good home, 4 adult cats, all shots up to date, spayed and neutered. (501) 478-8892.

USE HAPPY Jack Mange Medicine to treat mane dandruff on horses. WOODS FEED STORE (843-6121) (

4 YR. old cat, to loving home, declawed, spayed, current on shots. (501) 487-0247.

2 CATS, need good home, (501) 985-0165, leave msg.

CHICKENS, 5 Dominiques, 7 Rhode Island Reds, healthy, 1 yr. old, good layers, $12 ea. (501) 941-0744.

FOR ADOPTION: 1 yr. old female mixed breed, all shots, fixed. (501) 707-7176.


(2) 5 hp. singe-phase pumps, 230 volts, 60 hz.,, pd. $3,500,  $200 ea. (501) 837-7225.

TALON GHOST paint ball gun, clear w/view loader, needs C02, $30 obo. (501) 882-2142.

LARGE ROUND metal clothes rack, 3 1/2’ wide, 4’ tall, $30 obo.; men’s Danner’s combat hiking boots, sz. 9, tan and black, leather, brand new, $65 obo. (501) 843-4890.

POLKA CDs, many of them, $1 ea. and up. (501) 516-0389.

LADIES 26” bicycle, basket on front, almost new, $85. (501) 983-1445.

GIRL’S INFANT car seat, $25; clothes and other items, excellent condition, $1 and up. (501) 516-3810.

ALMOST NEW girl’s 14” bike w/training wheels, $45; men’s old-style bike, like new, $85. (501) 983-1445.

LARGE RADIATOR w/fence around, like new, $150; butane heater, older model w/5 good grates, needs shutoff valve, $40. (501) 983-1445.

WALKER, tall and wide, great condition, $53. (501) 749-8667.

LAWN FURNITURE, yard toys, seed spreaders, bicycles (all sizes), queen comforter set (complete), silver and gold, $75 obo., pair of Danner Combat hiker boot (9), $60,;vacuum cleaners, hip wading boots (9), $20; porta potties, $10. (501) 843-4890.

Wii FIT game and balance board, game has been played, but board is still new in box, $35. (501) 831-5180.

LEXMARK LASER all-in-one printer w/o box, $180 obo.; 2 working color TVs, $40 and $50 obo.; women’s boots, sz. 5 new in box, $70; sz. 6, almost new, $50; sz. 7 new in box, $70; sz. 7 w/fringe, $25 obo.; XL and XS scrubs and lab jackets, various prices. Need gone now! (501) 944-5346.

TAN DOONEY and Bourke purse, $70;  almost new D and B purse, blue, $95 obo./ MWT Brahmin crossbody w/dust back, pink, $200, all clean, good, almost new cond., smoke free, need gone now. (501) 944-5346.

5 CUTE tea pots, $35; rare Beatle picture in wood frame, $15; iron rectangle stool, new reupholstered, $25. (501) 983-4168, Jax.

DO YOU have a flea market booth? I have 2 boxes of misc. things: bird house, coke tray, vases, candle holders, Easter deco, etc., all for $10 cash. (501) 983-4168, Jax.

WOOD, HICKORY, great for bbq. 259-2046.

STORM DOOR, aluminum, left side hinge, $50. (501) 982-1220.

5’x7’ SHAG carpet, gray and white, $30; all wire cage, 24x24x16, $20; large travel bags, $10; small, $5; what-nots, flower vases (small and large), make offer; Panasonic TV, 20”, works well, remote incl., $40. 843-4890.

WEDDING DRESS, arch, candles, glassware, greenery and much more. 102 N. Elm, M-W-F, 10 am-2 pm. 982-4647.

GALAXY SATURN Turbo, $500; Cobra 29 with Wilson 5000, $100; meters and cables, $50. 988-0974.

PEAVEY CRITERION II speakers, like new, $300 obo. (501) 882-2142.

NISSAN 40 gas-powered 4,000 lb. forklift, works great, $4,250. (501) 945-7767.

(400) 12x12 beige floor tiles, 50¢ ea. (501) 605-1364.

HP PROLIANT, ML35012G RAM  Xeon @ 2.66G 546G HD RAID , No  OS, $250. (501) 580-1160.

PAIR OF Sansui SP2500 speakers, excellent condition, sound great, $250 obo., Peavy Criterion II model 112, made in USA, like new, $350 obo. (501) 882-2142.

PROFILE LP vinyl conversion turntable, brand new, never opened, pd. $119, asking $80; Battery operated car, Dodge Ram 1500, runs good, has charger, $75 obo. (501) 843-4890.

FREE PALLETS, (501) 353-5481.

SET OF golf clubs and bag w/wheels, $125. (501) 982-6812.


5-PC. BEDROOM set - dresser, mirror, full/queen headboard, rails, chest of drawers, good condition, $350 firm. (501) 319-5429.

MR. CHOW credenza, sell $600 online, asking $550 obo. 882-2142.

2 CORNER curio cabinets and 1 rectangular wall curio, excellent condition. (501) 259-0130, Cabot.

DAYBED w/TRUNDLE, clean mattresses, brown, leather look, pd. $700, asking $325. (501) 882-3302, Beebe.

BROWN COUCH and love seat, good condition, $400 for set. (501) 680-0128.

TWIN SIZE bed with trundle bed underneath, 1 mattress, head and footboard, good condition, $30. 843-3240, Benny.

OAK KITCHEN table w/4 chairs, $200. (501) 983-1445.

GLIDER CHAIR and foot stool, $30; blue recliner, $35. (501) 353-5481.

PIANO and bench, good condition, $125. (501) 353-5481.


IN BEEBE: very nice, 2 Bedroom/2 Bath apartments. All utilities paid including basic cable. Washer and dryer furnished. $700 month. Twin Lakes Apartments. Call Lisa at 278-0498.

COZY, one room studio apartments in Jacksonville. Bed pulls down from wall in Living Room in front of wood burning fireplace. Includes appliance filled kitchen. Starting at $325 plus utilities, deposit $200.  No children or pets. Camp Construction, (501) 982-0434.

House for Lease/Purchase Perfect home in Cabot for a growing family! 2,303 sq/ft, 4 BR/3 FB, single story, walking trails to Middle and Jr. High schools. Split floor plan. Fresh carpet in all bedrooms, fresh paint throughout, and tile floors in living/kitchen areas. Large, fully fenced backyard that backs up to wooded area. All contracts will be for lease with option to purchase.  $1400/mo. Please call 980-239-0735  for more information.

FOR RENT - 14x50 mobile home, 2 bedroom, sits on 2 acre tract, $500 month, Cabot. (501) 605-7767.

CABOT, NICE older home, 3 bedroom, 2 bath, carport, deck, fenced backyard, CH/A, window blinds, carpet/vinyl, utility room, $650 mo., $300 dep., 1 yr. lease. 608 Grant St. (501) 843-7812.

Couple looking to rent 3 bedroom, 2 bath with 2-car garage and will allow 2 German Shepherds and a rescued Min. Pin. All are potty trained. Must have large backyard with privacy fence. Prefer 1-story. We have renter’s ins. Please call (570) 656-2126, prefer Cabot area or close to Cabot.


309 HILL St., Jacksonville, 3 bedroom, 1 1/2 bath, remodeled kitchen, den/office, new windows, ceiling fans, window blinds, washer/dryer connections, carpet/vinyl floors, CHandA, double carport, approximately 1438 sq. ft., $90,000. (501) 951-5616.

2 BEDROOM, 1 bath mobile home located on private lake in Des Arc area. Has private boat ramp, $49,500. Call RPM Des Arc Realty, (870) 256-5223.


Have a title to your Car, Boat, or Mobile home? Get a new home with any trade-in! Call 501-653-3205.

2 Bedroom Singlewide. Priced to sell FAST call 501-653-3202.

SPORTS EVENTS >> 3-25-17


Jacksonville High alumnus Clinton McDonald is hosting the first Your Start – Our Future 4-man scramble golf tournament at 8 a.m. Thursday April 6 at The Greens at North Hills in Sherwood. The Super Bowl winning defensive tackle will be joined by other famous athletes in the event to raise money for the Jacksonville Boys and Girls Club, as well as McDonald’s charity foundation - MACCLID. Other celebrity guests in the event will be Kansas City Chiefs’ Demetrius Harris, who also graduated from Jacksonville, Dallas Cowboy Cedric Thornton, Olympic Gold Medalist Jeff Henderson and former NFL wide receiver and Grady, AR native Freddie Scott.

Registration fee is $100 per person or $375 per team. To register, visit For more information or to become a sponsor, call 501-982-4316, or 501-773-0917.


The McDonald and Associates Collective Collaboration-Light Into Darkness nonprofit group will host a Family and Friends Fun Day on April 7 and the Iron Sharpens Iron Youth Football and Cheer Camp on April 8. Current professional and college players will coach and train participants. For more information, call MACCLID vice president Dominique McGrudder at 501-773-0917, or to register visit