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Arrived On the 9:10 A Beaut iful Line of Spring Goats Surely one of the best looking assortments we have had this season. A variety of trimmings, materials and styles. Also several new SUITS that will surely please the most exacting. 1 hings ol beauty with every stamp of quality which speaks both style and service. S. G. SMITH “THE BUSY STORE” Phone 88. + -H-H-K************ * ❖ * * WEATHER FORECAST. * * Tonight, cloudy. Saturday, unsettled, probably showers in west portion; mild temperature. V * v Trrri ;*rt"n . ri ,“ri'v » * PERSONALS. *1* * *»H*************** * Jitney, phone 410.—dtf Call Phone 90. Fresh meats. Furniture at Westmoreland’s.—dtf Fresh brains, phone 90.—3-15d3t O. K. Taxi & Transfer, phone 460. Country sausage, phone 90.—3-15dtf Fresh meat. Call Phone 285. —dtf. We make abstracts. Durham & Co.—2-12dtf Bicycles for rent. B. T. Clifft, phone 258.—dlt VOTE for your National Guari Company.—3-9d9t 4* •!> *!* *!< ‘A STITCH IN TIME SAVES NINE’ There is a ‘flu’ epidemic in several Arkansas towns Use Nash’s Salve Flumonia Salve Vicks Salve Livertabs, Listerine or Cold Tablets in time and ward off a spell of ‘flu.’ TERRY Prescription Druggist. Phone 401, Quick Delivery A complete line of every thing electrical. Reynolds-Wheat Electric Shop. Phone 375 Mrs. J. W. Dean is a visitor in Little Rock today. Home-ground meal at Browne’s, j Phone 470.—3-16d2t We make duplicate keys. B. T. Clifft, phone 252.—dlt We retire baby buggies. B. T. Clifft, phone 252.—idlt Mrs. Rosa L. Canada spent yes terday in Little Rock. Mrs. G. W. Adkisson is spending the day in Little Rock. A few choice milch cows. Erbacher Bros. Phone 90.—2-21dtf Wood of all Kinds. Call I. N. | Fields, phone 24.—l-13eodtf Pure pork sausage at Central Meat Market, phone 285—ll-26dtf. We trade new wheels for old ones. B. T. Clifft, phone 252.—dlt For Sale—Two rugs and four-piece porch set. Phone 501.—3-16d3t* Rev. C. N. Guice and daughter are spending the day in Little Rock. Phone 595, the Conway Mar ket, for the best Fresh Meats. We do all kinds of bicycle repair work. B. T. Cl iff t, phone 252.—dlt Try our cakes and crackers—always fresh. Browne. Phone 470.—3-16d2t P. F. Cleaver returned today from a short business stay at Little Rock. Fishing tackle! Fishing-tackle of all kinds. B. T. ClifTt, phone 252.—dlt w HOOPING COUGH No “cure”—but helps to re duce paroxysms of coughing. VISISS Over 17 Million Jan Uted Yearly Boys’ and Girls* Winchester Roller Skates New double-roll ball-bearing rolls. Smooth rolling and long wearing. Foot-plates reinforced to prevent bend ing. Strong leather straps. PRICES REDUCED r • r. W M. Harrell & Go. WINCHESTER STORE All kinds of wood; prompt delivery. Phone 421. J. F. Cureton.—3-15d20t White Rock eggs, $1 per setting of 1"). F. Middleton, phone 585.—3-17d3t Fishing tackle! Fishing tackle of all kinds. B. T. ClifTt, phone 252. dlt When in need of bicycles or bicycle supplies see B. T. C’lifft, phone 252. —dlt When you think of groceries think' of Browne. Phone 470—we deliver, j —3-10d2t Phone us your grocery orders for quick delivery. B. T. Clifft, phone 252.—dlt For Sale or Trade—Two horses, for cash or on time. See P. H. Prince | —3-10d6t. See Norma Talmadge in “Ghosts of Yesterday,” White Grand Tonight. Phone us your grocery orders for quick delivery. B. T. ClifTt, phone 252.—dlt Open-clock silk stockings in black and gray, at Newbern Brothers. See Norma Talmadge in “Ghosts of Yesterday,’’ White Grand Tonight. Call 219 for all kinds of cow feed, chicken feed. We deliver. Crow & Thomas.—3-1 ldOt See us before you sell your fat cat-1 tie, hogs anil calves. Erbacher Bros, l’hone 90.—3-ldtf \\ ai d M i row 'of t th Auto Company is at Pine Bluff today on busines for the company. Vofc for your National Guard Com-1 pany at the Craigs sale contest. We spend $8,000 annually in Conway.—! 3-9d9t For Rent—Modern house with bath [ desirably located. One block from court house, phone 401 or 28G— •3-10dtf. Dr. and Mrs. W. $. Hanner, Mrs. W. D. Cole Sr., and Miss Faye East went to Little Rock yesterday by motor. Call 219 for oats, corn chops, hay,; sacked hulls and all kinds of mixed feed. Crow & Thomas. We deliver. —3-14d6t Wanted—Man wanted to work in dairy business. Pay $25 per month and board. Russ Dairy, phone 298. —3-16dtf. Vote for the Guard Company, help i us win the $200 offered at the Craigs sale and we will have summer base-, ball.—3-9d9t Fresh White river fish, catj buffalo and perch. Erbacher Bros. Phone 90. For Rent—Bungalow; five rooms and bath; half block of public school. See Horace B. Higgins at Smith’s store.—3-17d3t Miss Bennie Hamm, a student at the State Normal, went to Van Bur en this morning for a wreek end visit to her parents. Sweet milk 12 1-2 cents per quart, cream 35 cents per pint, dressed fat! hens, 30 cents per pound. Russ Diary,! Phone 298.—3-9dtf. Welch's grade-lade 25 cents and ^ Welch’s apple butter 20 cents, at ! Hiegel, Thessing At Moix. Phone 101 —We Deliver.—dlt. Miss Elizabeth Torreyson, who has spent the winter in study at Washington, D. C., is expected to return home tonight. Wanted—Experienced dining room room girl. Good pay to right party. Write or apply to Mrs. Blakley at Speer Hotel, Morrilton.—3-17d2t V. H. Gragson will go tonight to' Mansfield to close out the business! affairs of his brother, E. E. Gragson, j whose death occurred on March 5. “The Private Secretary,” a1 three act comedy by the Cen tral College Dramatic Club. Monday, March 27. Admission 50 cents. Mrs. G. W. Barber and little daught er, Julia Robins, returned this morn ing to MeCrory after a short visit to Mrs. M. F. Underhill and R. W. Rob ins. “The Private Secretary,” a three act comedy by the Cen-; tral College Dramatic Club. Monday, March 27. Admission 50 cents. FERTILIZE your gardens and truck patches with Tupelo Trucker’s Special, $2.00 per sack at the door. Arvor M. Ledbetter, 405 North Front St.—2-27dtf. “The Private Secretary,” a three act comedy by the Cen tral College Dramatic Club. Monday, March 27. Admission 50 cents. See Mrs. Scott, over Cole's grocery for dressmaking, hemstitching, alter ing of ready-to-wear clothing, both ladies’ and gents.’ All work guar anteed—3-10dtf. The boy problem is the most im portant calling to you today. Heed1 the call—do your duty and all Con-1 way will have an outing camp. Vote for Boy Scouts.—dlt THIRD LIGHTNING BOLT BORNS BARN The adage that lightning never strikes again the same place will never l e believed by .1. \Y. Kimbrell of Ham-j mopsville, who on last Monday lost a barn when the third bolt of lightning struck it. On the first occasion a horse was killed, but there was little 1 damage to the barn. Later another bolt hit the building and set it on fire, but it was extinguished. Mon day, however, an instant after the lightning flashed the barn was a mass of flames and nothing could be saved from it. The loss is estimated at $1,-) 500, with no insurance. OGLESBY OCCUPIES CURETON BUILDING The local branch of the Oglesby ( Feed Stores Company, which is under the management of L. N. Lolls, has! been opened in the Cureton building; one door north of Mode & Clayton on Front street, and not five doors north, as was erroneously stated in advertising matter carried in the daily and weekly editions of the Ix>g Cabin Democrat. The company’s store is in the building formerly occupied by the Hrummett grocery. This company has made a big repu tation for itself in the handling of feed and provisions, and is prepared to provide excellent service to patrons in this territory. METHODIST JUNIORS END MITE BOX RACE - I The Junior Missionary Society of the Methodist church will have the opening1 of the mite boxes Sunday at'- [ ternon at 2 o'clock with an interest ing program. This will close the cor-' test for the first quarter of the year between the "Hustlers” and the "Rustlers." There will be two bare minature trees—one for each side. As the of ferings are given from the mite box es each child will be given a leaf con taining his name, for each 25 cents from his box. He will then hang his leaves on the tree of his side and the side whch hangs the more leaves will receive some special recognition. Come on "Hustlers” and "Rustlers.” See how many leaves you can hang on your tree.—Contributed. OFFICERS ELECTED BY CLARY SOCIETY Officers for the spring term at the' State Normal, to be opened on next! Monday, were elected by the Clary so-| ciety at its regular meeting last night, j Those who will guide the destinies of, the society for the ensuing three months are: W. T. Burdine, presi-| dent; Wayne Hall, vice president; F. j M. Gillum and Dorris Ellen, secre-j taries; L. H. Connel1, treasurer; J. R. Henderson, thought critic; Ben Laney, delivery critic; J. II. Smith, chaplain; Ben D. Rowland, sergeant;; j Allen Lynch, attorney. Spanish seed peanuts, $1.25 a] bushel. Bruno I.einhart, phone 810F5. 3-17d3t Will buy Ford roadster at a bar-j gain. H. D. Russell, 312 North Front street.—3-16d2t * Oat Sacks Wanted—Tomorrow we will pay 5 cents each for all brought1 us. Oglesby Feed Store.—dlt. For Sale- Barred Reek eggs, pure breed, 50c per setting. Mrs. W. II.[ Reynolds, 722 Scott street.—3-17d3t* Miss Fleta Bolin will leave tomor row to resume her work in the high , school at Blaine after a two weeks’ va cation on account of the influenza epi demic and crop time. The American Magazine, The La dies’ Home Journal, The Woman's Home Companion, The Cosmopolitan, The Metropolitan and others at Jones Book Store—dlt. Get a bucket of Bruno’s tine sor- j ghuni, 50c a gallon. Phone A. F. Mi-1 lam, Albert Dollahite, Cole & Co.,! Milburn & Sohn or Iliegel, Thessing | & Moix. Absolutely guaranteed.— I 3-17dt!t Take care of your piano. We have not only the best turners in the state but one of the best player piano men in the state, will be here only a few days. Anderson-Powell Music Co.— 3-17d2t Dr. Louis C. Bernays of Little Rock, well known optician, is in Conway on his bi-monthly professional visit. Since his last trip here Dr. Bernays has won a bride and Mrs. Bernays is accompanying him on his present tour. Ixist-—White bird dog with two big liver spots on each side leading to center of back, split in leit ear, tail cut off except for about six inches. Is licensed. Reward for return or in formation. A. D. Malone, Jr., Plum erville.—dlt* F. M. James of near Conway is at Jonesboro attending h's son, L. F. James, who was recently injured by I being caught in a belt at a mill at J Lake City. He reports that the young i man is in danger of losing an arml as a result of the accident. Shoes Shoes Shoes FOR EVERY DAY AND SCHOOL SHOES V e liave just received a big shipment of shoes at *i juice. 1 hey are neat, all leather shoes; just the thing tor school shoes and every day wear. Black Patent Leather Pumps, One Strap, Low Heel, jirice_ Black Kid Pump, One Strnj>, Low Heel, Rubber Tip, j>rice_ Brown Kid Pumj>, One Strap, Low Heel, Rubber Tip, ju’ice_ Black Kid Oxford, Low Heel, Rubber Tip, Price_ Brown Kid Oxford, Low Heel, Rubber Tip, Price_ $3.50 $3.50 $3.50 $3.50 $3.50 Philips Patent to 11 1-2, Pump, One Strap, Si-es 8 1-2 <1*0 price_ < 'hilds Brown Oxford, sizes 8 1-2 to 11 l-° Price_ $2.50 When in Need of Anything in Footwear, Call on Us. letn J3t&L, " IT.I i I ill—■ Garden Tools Flower Seed. GIRL SCOUTS MEETING. The Conway Girl Scouts will meet Saturday afternoon at 3 oclock with Mrs. O. T. Gooden. SEASON-END DANCE. A St. Patrick’s dance to close the club’s season will be giver, tonight in the Elks club rooms with music by Sterling’s orchestra of six pieces. Elaborate preparations have been made for the affair. The crowd out for it is expected to include many visitors. We Represent the Strongest Fire In surance Companies in America. LET US WRITE YOUR INSURANCE Faulkner Countv Abstract Company Money to Lend on City Property. COLLECTOR'S NOTICE. All parties who own land in Tupelo Swamp Drainage Dis trict will please take notice that the taxes are now due for the year 1922. After April 10, a penalty of 25 per cent accrues on all lands delinquent. Please call in and pay these taxes. B. L. HARTON, Collector, Tupelo Swamp Drainage District. 3-ld30t You’ll find this the “Live Wire” concern fcr handling your ELECTRICAL WORK. Close estimates—always. Phone 456 Krieger & Janies KNOWN AS THE BEST FOR YEARS and Kelley - Springfield Tires and Tubes CHEAPER THAN EVER BEFORE May We Supply Your Tire Needs? We Have Your Size in Stock United Motor Co. Phone 320. —They Are Preferred by the Ma -jority—Goodyear Heavy Tourist Tubes Dodge Brothers and Buick Automobiles.