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ir City Bakery WHERE CLEANLINESS RULES Where our baking of bread, pies, cakes, pastry, etc., is done. Where purity of flour and ingredients makes for wholesomeness of all our pro ducts. We also carry a nice line of Fruits and Candies. CASPAR’S Log Cabin Democrat DAILY EDITION THE CONWAY PRINTING CO. PRINTKR9 AND PUBLISHERS FRANK K. ROBINS, Editor ami Manager Entered as second-class matter September H. 1408. at the postoffice at Conway. Ark . under the act of March 31, 1810. Subscription Price, |3 per year by mail; 10c per week by carrier. PEANUT RUTTER OLIVES CRANBERRIES BUTTER BEANS 5 gal. KEGS KRAUT SWIFT Prem. HAMS Creamery BUTTER NEW KRAUT PICKLES CHEESE California PEARS TOKAY GRAPES MALAGA GRAPES Dele ware GRAPES CONCORD GRAPES EATING APPLES COOKING APPLES CELERY WEINERS BANANAS ASSORTED CAKES Fresh COCOANUTS GRAPE JUICE At H E I L I G R S LOCAL NOTES. Get that new whip from Rolls Bros. C. H. Sumption has returned from Beebe. Bolls Bros, make a specialty of shoe repairing. Dr. J. S. Martin of Morrilton is in the city today. Get rubber heels from Rolls Bros, and walk easily. Mrs. B. T. Markham is celebrat ing her 74th birthday today. Damon and Pythias tonight and tomorrow night at Electric Thea tre. 11 E. A. Bolton of Lake Village is here today visiting relatives and friends. W. P. Strait, a prominent attor ney of Morrilton, was in the city yesterday. An important meeting of the Knights of Pythias lodge will be held tonight. A new floor is being put in the store buildihg occupied by N. C. Martin & Son. Misses Zella Dollison of Fourche and Maud Coon of Dardanelle entered Centrall College this morn ing. C. H. Fuller and two little sons of Wooster were pleasant callers at this office today. Russell Doyne left this morn ing to attend the U. of A. medical school at Little Rock. Wanted—Eight Normal board ers; nice, comfortable rooms, near Normal. Phone 205. Herbert Cox of Little Rock ar rived this morning to take up his duties as clerk iu the postoffice. For Rent.—Three large fur nished room. 5tf Mrs. Marie Austin. Boys, we can repair those foot ball shoes to suit you. Bolls Bros. The most beautiful picture yet— Damon and Pythias at the Electric Theatre tonight and tomorrow, it No matter how large, no matter how small, we solicit yonr patron age. Conway Stkam Laundry. Do you know what genuine friendship is? If not, see Damon and Pythias tonight and tomorrow night. it Why buy fa new winter suit when Theriac can make your old ones look like new. Noth Front Street. it Miss Ira Moore, who has been visiting her brother, L. H. Moore, at Ozark for several days, has re turned to her home at Greenbrier. J. W. White was today appoint ed by Judge Lea as school director in district No. 50, to succeed J. C. Kessinger, removed from the dis trict. “Is the Bible Standard of Liv ing Practicable Today?” will be Rev. J. J. Hurt’s subject at the Baptist church prayer-meeting to night. Jesse Lincoln, who has been do ing electrical construction work in Oklahoma for several months, re turned to his home in this city last night. Miss Margaret Miller, the kin dergarten teacher of Central Col lege, arrived last night and took charge of her department this morning. W. M. Tedder of Holland put his first bale of cotton in the Fan k ner County Warehouse yesterday. Mr. Tedder believes in showing his colors. W. N. Owen is preparing to in stall a new piano in the Electric Theatre this week, which will be a fine addition to the already good programs. D. Matchett of Wooster was in town Saturday and placed two bales of cotton in the Union Ware house, where it will be sold when he wishes. G. I). Allen, of eight miles east of town, was here Monday and de posited one bale of cotton in Faulkner County’s Union Ware house. Mr. Allen is one of our best farmers. BUS TO ANY PART OF THE CITY Meets all trains. 25c to any part of the city. PHONE 119 E. L. KING If your wife is cross and worried after sewing all day, try a Standard Rotary High Speed, Two-in-One Sewing Machine Runs 75 per cent lighter and makes less noise than other machines. For sale by S. G. SMITH Mrs. Mollie Dawson has return ed to her home in Ft. Smith after visiting her son, J. Clarence Daw son and family in this city for several days. Joseph Moore of this city has ac cepted a position with the Missouri Glass and Queensware Co., St. Louis, and will travel in this state for that firm. All sizes of hard and soft coal always on hand and promptly de livered at lowest prices. Phone 167. tf Jok Jones. A personal letter from Ed Ma loney, who lived here during the construction of the tunnel, states that he has been laid up with a broken ankle since June 25. He is now in Oklahoma. Antione Massery was in town last Monday and put another bale of cotton in Faulkner County’s Union Warehouse. This is three bales for Mr. Massery and they are all in the warehouse. Miss Mary Potter of St. Louis, who with Miss Emma Meridan of that place are on their way to Los Angeles, Cal., for a two month’s visit, came up from Little Rock beetween trains to visit her father, J. B. Potter, in this city. On account of cold weather and small demand, our ice wagon will not make regular rounds in resi dence section, but ice wall be promptly delivered when ordered by phone. Please send orders early in the day. McCulloch & Alliuder. di.4-5 ♦♦♦44 ♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦ ♦♦♦♦♦♦; I FROM THE X t CAPITAL CITY | ^♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦T Little Rock, Sept. 30—Much in terest has been revived in the fighting game in this section through the battle arranged for Friday night between Brooklyn Tommy Sullivan and Oscar Ran ney, a local product. Ranney is built ou the Battling Nelson style and his followers expect to see him fight his way to the front in the next few years. There are a num ber of sports coming in from Hot Springs and other nearby cities, i tickets already being reserved for them. Suits involving the title to 30, 000 acres of the richest timber ber land in the state will be de cided Saturday by Judge Jacob Trieber. who will hand down opinion in the suits of Bryan vs. Bagnell, Rider vs. Bliss-Cook Oak Co., Moser vs. Layman, Bryan vs. Layman, Bryan vs. Bliss-Cook Oak Co.; which were tried before him last spring in ttie United States District Court. These suits are the outcome of litigation over the land grant to the old Memphis & St. Louis railroads. The Cir cuit Court of Appeals has decided upon similar cases by vesting the title in the railroad. The present cold snap caught the Central Heating Co., which supplies hot water heat to hun dreds of subscribers in the city, unawares, and nearly every office in the buildings which are furnish ed with heat from this plant, have been using oil, gas and electric stoves for the past few days. The plant contracts with its customers to commence the supplying of heat on October the 1, and tomor row the heat will be turne 1 on. The receiver of the plant has been working his forces night and day so as to get the heat on a little sooner and keep the customers from suffering during the cool of the mornings. Plans for getting cheaper fuel and the revival of the river trans portation were the subject discuss ed at a luncheon given by mem bers of the Business Men’s League at noon today. Covers were laid for over ioo members of the organ ization, and during the meal the various members made short talks, being limited to two minutes each. The organization is determined to make Little Rock a factory city, and realizing this cannot be done with fuel at the present prices, they are going to the mines aud try to make contracts for coal de livered in Little Rock at a much less price than is now being made. They also favored today, a re sumption of the river trade, and j the barging of coal down the river. if the railroads will not make the proper rates. There were all the prominent business men of Little Rock at the dinner, and many of them offered to set aside business long enough to work out the river navigation scheme, believing it the only hope for the securing of cheaper fuel for Little Rock. The League will give these luncheons every few weeks during the winter in the College Inn of the Southern Catering Co., and at each meeting, take up a new subject, which will be followed up later by committees. Gross cases of inhumanity were discovered Monday by Humane Office Rankin, and a section fore man on the Iron Mountain and one on the Rock Island must stand trial for the alleged cruelty. In making his rounds Monday even ing, Officer Rankin found two cows on the Iron Mountain right of way, which had been injured by the trains. One was injured Saturday, and the other Friday night, and had lain where they were found from the time of the accident, un til killed by the officer, without food or water. The animal on the Rock Island tracks had suffered only one day when the officer found and killed it. Fayettville is the latest place to apply for membership to the Ark ansas State Guard, and a company will probably be organized there by M. E. Tucker. CHIEF DEPUTY ALSO RESIGNS Little Rock, Sept. 30.—Special telegram - Following the resigna tion of H. H. Myers, register of the United States land office, de manded by the interior department because he became a candidate for congress, Guy W. Caron editor of the State Republican, who is also a congressional candidate, today resigned his position of deputy United States marshal un der H. L. Remmell. DAILY COTTON REPORT. Conway merchants have bought cotton up till noon today, as fol lows: Frauenthal & Schwarz. 735 S. G. Smith. 510 J. F. Weinmann. 308 W. M. Harrell & Co. 142 J. S. Moore & .Son. 69 Martin & Harton. 60 Total.18 24 Cotton “is selling at 9c today. Price of seed, $12.00 per ton. Up to noon today 1220 bales have been shipped from Conway. Number received since yesterday noon, 203. Old papers for sale at this office. What to Eat Is easily decided when you find a place where there is everything to select from In Little Rock There are many restaurants, but only one good one, where the very best is served at all times from a kitchen as clean as the one at home. The prices are as low as the cook ing is good and the selection large. The Southern Catering Co. Southern Trust Buildin P. L. Mivelaz, Prop. VACANT LOTS We have a number of fine res idence lots within easy reach of the business part of town which can be bought at re markably low prices and on EASY TERMS These lots offer many advan tages that suburban lots do not afford. Call at our office and we shall take pleasure in showing you this property. Durham & Holman COACH LEONARD CONFIDENT Believes Hendrix Has Good Football Material. Predicted that Local College will Make Strong Bid for State Sizing up the football situation at Hendrix, Coach Leonard de clares that the local College will put up a faster and headier game tLan ever before. At the first of the season he appeared considerably handicapped by the lack of old materia' and after Henderson and Douglass had withdrawn from the school a..d gone to the Normal the outlook was gloomy. How ever, the coach nas shown his knowledge ol tne men at his dis posal and many believe with him, after seeing the scrimmage of last evening, that his statements are borne out by the work of his men, and even now the machine which he has evolved is working faster and smoother than at its best last year. He has a squad of thirty-five to forty men on the field every eve ning, with each man on that squad fighting for a place on the first eleven. Buhler is handling the ball from the center in a most creditable manner, while Bateman, Cannon, Cunningham, Reynolds, Tate and Hughes are assisting on the line. Coach Leonard is most particularly pleased with his back field. Robertson is captaining the team from the quarterbackposition. Downing, a local boy, is showing up well at full, with Whitehead and Shirey on either side as half backs. Meadows, Parker, Cole biothers Chambetlin, Wilson, Hearnesberger brothers, Hubbell and many others are assisting Anderson, as captain of the second team, in trying to displace first ttatn men. The coach has let it be known that the best man will get the place and before another week there is likely to be a rear rangement. particularly in the line, if the way the second team is fighting means anything. Tl e squad will be increased by the presence of Musserand Donaldson, two big husky recent arrivals, and they.look like they mean business. With Coac r Leoi ard's style of play it is predicted that Hendrix is going to hustle every other aspirant for championship honors in the Arkansas Association, with a bet chance than ever of winning. Senatorjeff Davis is spending this week in Wisconsin, delivering Democratic speeches for the nation al committee. He will return to Little Rock about the close of the week. FOR SALE My 5-room residence on corner north east of Central College. C. L. SIMON We are trying to get the best goods in our line on the mar ket, and give our customers the best possible service. We appreciate your patronage and if at any time anything comes up wrong, we will thank you to call our atten tion to it Yours truly, Nelson Drug Co. Three Mares for Sale! Two brood mares and one cheap pony. H. E. Cureton LUMBER Near the Union warehouse be fore you start in to build any thing with Lumber. KILLED BY FALLING TREE. John Bumper’s Ten Year Old Son Met Sad Fate. Yilonia, Sept. 29.—Special— News reached here last night that John Bumper’s son was killed last night by a tree being cut down on him. The boy was only ten years old. No details can be learned of how the accident happened. They were former citizens of this com munity. See me at once. HAYDON RCJ'OLVED That When anyone reaches the Topcf THE LADDER ITMEANS HE I S' A SUCCESS- SonEPEOpL L ARE FooUSH £/You<;h TOTHINK that success is an acc/dfnt or Course it is /not Success IS The result of hard work and Giving- people SoaeTh/ng tor their nONLY. which PROVE 5 THAT HON E ST T 13 The best policy if Y6UUW1T To DRESS go where they have made a Success at DRE1S5ING PEOPLE-AND DRESSING THEM WELL AND cheaply ? BU5TER. BRowN. 4 No. 3M J -• CoATAtCHT llot, BT TMC Blsre A BAowNC® CHtCAftO YOU HAVE BEEN .SEEING US CLIMB. WE OURSELVES HAVE MADE THE ROUNDS To THE LADDER OF OUR SUCCESS. OF WHAT? BUYING GOOD GOODS AND .SELLING GOOD GOODS AT ONLY REASONABLE PROFITS AND DEALING SQUARELY GIVING ALL CUSTOMERS THE SAME PRICE AND STANDING BEHIND EVERYTHING WE SELL ALSO TREATING OUR PATRONS WITH COURTESY AND AS YOU KNOW BY ATTENDING To oUR BUSINESS AND CARRYING THE STOCK. GOOD INTENTIONS COME ONLY OUT OF THE-HEAD. GOOD GOODS MUST COME OUT OF A GOOD STORE THAT IS ABLE TO GET GOOD GOODS. WE ENJOY OUR BUSINESS. ACTIVITY AND PROGRESS IS ENJOYABLE. WE ARE BUSINESS MEN THAT ARE PROUD OF oUR PROFESSION AND WE MAKE A PROFESSION OF OUR BUSINESS. A PROFESSIONAL MAN IS A MAN ESPECIALLY SKILLED IN WHAT HE DOES. WE HAVE MADE A STUDY DRESSING PEOPLE. THIS IS OUR PROFESSION. AND THIS IS OUR CONFESSION. RESPECTFULLY, W. M. Harrell & Co.