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The Monthly Magazines We Carry We will also take your subscription for any of the mag azines published and can give you some club prices that will surprise you. If you read the late Popular Copyrights, we can rent these to you for roc and 15c each which is much cheap er than buying them, we will of course sell you if you prefer to buy. Come iu and let us show you what we have. S. E. Anderson Log Cabin Democrat DAILY EDITION THE CONWAY PRINTING CO. PRINTERS AND PUBLISHERS PRANK E. ROBINS, Editor and Manager Entered as second-class matter September 14. 1908, at the postoffice at Conway, Ark., under the act of March 31, 1879. Subscription Price, J3 per year by mail; 10c per week by carrier LOCAL NOTES. M. L. Graham of Holland was here yesterday. Judge W. B. Wilson is in Lit tle Rock today. I. J. Higgs of Quitman was in the city yesterday. Miss Mai y McCulloch is visit ing in Little Rock. Cal Stewart returned this morn ing from Little Rock. Mrs. W. S. Hanner is visiting at Little Rock this week. Mrs. B. L. Harton is visiting Littie Rock friends today. A, H. Blivens and wife ol Guy were in the city yesterday. J. H. Stubbs was in Russellville yesterday attending court. W. C. Lyons of Republican was a visitor in Conway yesterday. John H. Reed and T. A. Norris of Greenwood were here yesterday. W. I. Spencer of Oklahoma reg istered at the Commercial yester day. H. Ward, a prominent citizen of of Quitman, was in the city yester day. Frank Clibouru and daughters Misses Dovie and Artie, are here today. Mrs. W. D. Cole, Jr., is spend ing,the day in Little Rock visiting friends. R. A. Parker left this morning for Wheatley, where he is doing carpenter work. Mrs. Rayburn Fry has returned ed from a visit to relatives and friends at Atkins. Mr. and Mrs. Kd Wales arrived today from Moffitt, Colo.,for a visit with Mrs. Wales’ parents, Mr. and Mrs. John Sloau. Ambitions young men and ladies should learn telegraphy; for, since the now 8 hour law became effec tive there is a shortage of many thousand telegraphers. Positions pay from $50 to $70 per month to beginners. The National Telegraph Institute of Memphis. Tenn., and five other cities is operated under supervision of R. R. Officials and all students are placed when quali fied. Write them for particulars. 3t* Order your Xmas photos now at Lennon’s Studio. Good work guaranteed. Mrs. O. M. Ann is of Nowata, Okla., is visiting her sister, Mrs. M. L. Higgins, in this city. Mrs. Harry S. Speck of Beebe is visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Witt, here this week. J. C. Lee of Memphis, a former citizen of this county, is the guest of his niece, Mrs. T. R. Douglass. R. L. Mode of Guy was here to day and made arrangements to prove out his homestead before County Clerk J. H. Bailey. Clarence Fraueuttial arrived this morning from Memphis and will spend a few days here. He is on his way to his home at Heber. For Sale—A good sewing ma chine, large safe, dresser and wash stand and iron bedstead. Apply to Mrs. Jesse U. Martin. di wi* F. R. Freeman left last night for San Antonio, Tex. He expects to move his family there in about a mouth. We will pay a reward of $10 for the arrest and conviction of each person guilty of stealing staves and headings from our yard south of the depot in Con way. 36-eod 15t American Land, Timber & Stave Co. Memphis, Tenn. BARNEY. Our community was visited by a hail storm Monday night, though 110 dam age was done.Uncle Barney Hef fington is very ill at this writing Dr. A. J. Summers and wife are the proud parents of a bouncing girl. Burgess Anthony, who is attending school at Clay, visited bomefolks here Saturday night and Sunday.Our School commenced under the managemenr of Prof. W. T. Clark and daughter, Miss Edna. We hope for a successful term. .J. W. T. Melton and wife visited George R. Brown and family Sunday. J.T. Ingram has moved to his new home that he purchased from A. L. Powell. Miss Iona Maynard of Happy Valley visited Miss Flsther Powell Sunday. C. C. Garland carried cotton to Guy Friday. Mesdames M. E. Powell and M. J. Garland were trading in Mt. Vernon Wednesday. The W. O. W. lodge met at Barney Saturday night and transacted some important business..The Farmers’ Union met Saturday evening in delegated form and transacted some very important busi ness. Dr. J. A. Summers is holding forth now over a large territory owing to the absence of so many of his pro fession attending school this winter. J. R. Blessing has purchased the NW., NW., Sec. 7, 7, 11 from J. T. In gram. Nov. 17. FREEMAN ’S Latest Magazines, New Souvenir l’ost Cards, Books, Kte. Subscription solicited for any magazine at publishers’ prices. Let me make you up a club list, W. c. FREEMAN Remember Wlieu you need anything in furnishing your home we have SUITES, BEDS, DRESSERS, WASH STANDS, IRON BEDS, CHAIRS, BED SPRINGS, MATTRESSES, COTTON PADS, COMFORTS AND BLANKETS, CHAIRS AND ROCKERS, LINOLEUMS AND MATTINGS S. G. Smith Good for ONE VOTE in the Log Cabin Democrat's $750 POPULARITY VOTING Contest For Dist. No. P. O. I COUNTY l X CORRESPONDENCE J GUY. Bro. Harvey filled his regular ap pointment here Sunday morning and night. Mrs. Tine Henry visited her daughter, Mrs. H. W. Montgomery, Sunday. School began this morning under the management of Prof. Cullutns of Bee Branch and Misses Nora Gentry and Rosa Henry of this place. Some very interesting talks were made and both patrons and teachers manifested great interest and are expecting a fine wdnter term of five months. Miss Florence Hardin of Martiuville visited Rosa Henry Sunday. Janies Tapley of Havana is here with a fine mare to sell. P. J. Henry’s family are recovering from a spell of fever. Oscar Rowlett of Oklahoma is the guest of his father and mother. He has been gone a year. He gives Oklahoma a fine name and says he intends to make his home there. He is teaching there this winter. Doctors Brown anil Westerfield were called to set Uncle Jack Battles Friday night. He had an operation performed, but is no better now. Cecil Martin of Martiuville was here yesterday. Miss Carpenter is getting on fine with her music. She has 14 pupils enrolled. Grover Kessinger has oontracted to get wood for the school this winter. Mrs. Vanhorn did shopping in Con wav last week. H. W. Montgomery has recovered from the shock of marrying and is serv ing as R. F. D. mau again. Miss Myrtle Helms of Rowlette is go ing to stay with Mrs. H. W. Montgom ery and go to school here. Miss Martha Price left this morning for Conway where she w ill enter school. Nov. 17. t CENTERVILLE. It seems that winter has come at last. Mrs. Sarah Williams has been rou tined to her room several days. John Thomas left this moruiug for Quitman, where he expects to reuiaiu for awhile. Dr. Summers of Barney made a pro fessional visit here Saturday. Wash Troxell and family visited Jos. Hankiugs and family yesterday. John and Rome Williams went to Baruev yesterday. C. Wo'oly has bought property at Quit man and moved there Thursday. Joseph Hankiugs has rented C. Wool ly’s farm and moved in Friday. His brother. Thomas, has rented his place and will move in the near future. J. W. Dillaha will move to Heber soon. George Woolly and wife visited their daughter, who is attending school at Quitman, Wednesday. John Walls and family left Saturday for the Arkansas river where he expects to visit for awhile. Martin Vaughan is hauling lumber to finish his house. J J. F. Tubbs and family visited George . Jolly and family yesterday. C. Woolly and family of Quitman were here last night, enroute to Conway. Mr. Woolly will attend the Masonic ' grand lodge at Little Rock. W. A. Woolly of Little Rock was here last week on business. Nov. 16. ENDERS. The cotton crop is nearly all gathered. Rev. Snell filled his regular appoint ment here here yesterday. Albert Merriman, who has been sick for some time with typhoid fever is slowly improving. Dr. C. D. Wilson was calling on the people today in the interest of our preacher. Mrs. W. T. Merriman was out last week delivering the books she took or ders for some time ago. The people are all well pleased with the books. Robert Bass, Herbert Martin, Camden Webb and Garnett Perry went to Center point Saturday to attend the closing of R. li. Perry 's singing school. W. A. Webb started out with his pea thrasher. J. T. Jolly went to Conway last week and treated himself to a new wagon. Nov. 16. ENDERS. The cotton crop is about all gathered. John Childers of Oklahoma is here visiting his brother-in-law, J. B. Brink ley. II. G. Perry and family visited rela tives here yesterday. Albert Merriman, who has been sick several weeks with typhoid fever, is slowly improving. Rev. Frank Webb has bought a uew organ. R. E. Perry’s music school closed at Center Point on the night of the 7th anil he began a school at Ml. Vernon on the 9th. John Smith has sold his farm to LUMBER See HAYDON Near the Union warehouse be fore you start in to build any thing with Lumber. OUR 1C SPECIAL OFFER For ten days only, Saturday, Nov. 14, to Tuesday, Nov. 24, inclusive, THE VOTES WILL BE DOUBLED! Remember you get two votes for each cent paid on subscription between Nov. 14 to Nov. 24, inclusive. ADDRESS ALL COMMUNICATIONS TO The Log Cabin Democrat Gontest Dept. Gonway, Ark. atnes Sprayberry; consideration, #550. The school at this place is progress ng nicely under the management of >rof. Elmer Forman of Rose Bud. I)r. C. D. Wilson was calling on the >eople last week in behalf of the preach. :r. The Sunday school at this place is naking arrangements for a Christmas ree. Nov. 18. SALTILLO. The weather is cooler. Hog-killing is on. Cotton most all out and sold. T. H. Vestal and family have just re urned from a two days’ trip to Rich ivoods where, he says, he saw the most •otton and the richest land ever seen by lim. The three gins at England, Ark., ginned and stored together over 700 tales of cotton in one day. F. A. Vestal went to Conway Satur lay. T. W. Walls and family visited at the lotne of W. T. Walls yesterday. T. H. Vestal has a pair of good mules tud a wagon for sale cheap for cash. Nov. 16. HOLLAND. The weather is flue and we have been laving some very heavy frost and quite i lot of ice.Some of the farmers nave been killing hogs. Hurrah for the farmer who raised his hog and hominy at home. He can live on less L-otton than the one that didn’t. (Jur public school opened this morning with an enrollment of 109 with Prof, hretwell and wife as teachers. Prof. Frelwell is a very efficient teacher and we expect some of the scholars to make wonderful advancements. The school board and several of the patrons were present, and several short talks were made in the interests of the school. We have now reached the point where we think that we can have from eight to ten months school a year. James Raius went to Heber Sunday, where he expects to work this winter.S. S. Surratt has nearly completed his new barn. Mrs. Pearl Hinkle, who has been very sick for several days, is bet ter.. M. L. Grisham of Heber, who has been visiting here, has returned home.. Mr. Clements and son of Wooster were here last week prospect ing. .Dr. Mabry has bought Brown Godrick’s bottom laud on the Cadron creek.Henry Godrick and family were here the letter part of the week. ... S. H. McCarty and G. W. Burks made a business trip to Conway last week. .Dr. J. A. Hutto of Wooster has bought Dr. M. T. McDonald’s res idence property and will soon move to Holland where he expects to make his home. T. J. Middleton will in a short time move to the country. The W. O. W boys had quite a nice time at their meeting Saturday night. At any rate, "Billie” seemed to have gone on a stampede. .Mr. and Mrs. The TELEPHONE is the greatest convenience and time saver of the present day. Have one in stalled and you will be convinced. ONLY $1.50 PER MONTH IN YOUR RESIDENCE. Conway Telephone Co. . L. P. Lewelliugtou are the happy par ents of a new girl. Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Duran are also the happy parents of a new hoy.What has become of Mr. R. F. D. No. I of Quitman? The widows seem to think that he has gone in for the winter like that little animal who tries to see his shadow on the 14th of February..Well, the election is over and the price of cotton still seems to be stationary, but the Republicans say that Taft don’t take his seat until .. March 4, anil then the price will be higher. We almost imagine that we can hear the wedding hells from what we see once a week namely, on Sunday and Sunday night, so don’t he surprised if you hear them. Nov. 17. WEATHER FORECAST. New Orleans, Nov. 18.—Fore cast to 8 p. tn. tomorrow: Tonight and Thursday fair. Subscribe for the Daily. 0. G. KIRTCH REPAIR SHOP (). C. Kirtch is still in Con way, Mending, Darning, Altering, Washing, Replac ing Buttons, Changing Col ors and doing first-class Pressing. Kirtch is relia ble and much respected by * the white citizens of Con way. He is here to stay and would thank you very much for your patronage. I buy and sell second-hand clothing. PHONE NO. 116 . . . Bargains in Stoves . . . FOR A FEW DAYS WE ARE GOING TO GIVE SOME OF THE MOST SENSATIONAL BARGAINS IN S*oves ever offered in Conway. We have the Hot Blasts, Coal Stoves, Wood Heaters, Etc. Be sure and see us before you buy—we are sure we cau save you money. Come early as they will not last long at the prices we are selling them. FAVRE & HERBERT