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SEVERAL BOLTS IN LATEST DESIGNS AND SHADES Come in dark colors with small figures. Several shades of blue, also brown, black and red. Sport Suiting WHITE ONLY Tissue Gingham Organdies S. G. SMITH “THE BUSY STORE” Phone 88. ii'Piij:;!!} WEATHER FORECAST. Tonight and Sunday, unset tied ;probably local showers. PERSONALS. Jitney, phone 410.—dtf Furniture at Westmoreland’s.—dtf Call Phone 90. Fresh meats. O. K. Taxi & Transfer, phone 460. Country sausage, phone 90.—3-15dtf Fresh meat. Call Phone 285. If you want fresh eggs, call 285. —3-22dtf. We make abstracts. Durham & Co.—2-12dtf Choice cuts of veal. Erbacher Bros. Phone 90.—4-0d.'t A few choice milch cows. Erbacher Bros. Phone 90.—2-21dtf For Sale—Fresh Jersey cow. Phone 66, Roy McCelndon.—4-6d3t For Spring Cleaning— 0’Cedar Polish 0’Cedar Mops Liquid Veneer Kreso Dip Fecto, Lysol Creolin Paint Varnish Floor Stain Floor Wax TERRY Prescription Druggist. Phone 401, Quick Delivery WIRING Doug by REYNOLDS & WHEAT Carries Electrical Protec tion a stop farther. Phone 375 Bure pork sausage at Central Meat Market, phone 285—U-25dtf. Phone 595, the Conway Mar ket, for the best Fresh Meats. Barnyard fertilizer, $1.50 per load, delivered. Russ Dairy, phone 298.— 3-28dtf. Raster Eggs of all kinds, also East er egg dye at Hiegel, Thessing & M oix.—l"6eodtf. We laundry palm beach suits, 40 cents suit. Eugene Martin. Phone 506.—dlt. Wanted to Buy—A few choice milch cows. Central Meat Market. Phone 285.—4-7d2t We laundry overalls and unionalls 30 cents suit. Eugene Martin, Phone 560.—dlt. For Sale—Baby's bed, practically new, price reasonable. Call phone No. 33.—4-0d3t* Bring your sewing of all kinds to 407 East Oak street. All work guar anteed.—4-7d2t* See us before you sell your fat cat tle, hogs and calves. Erbacher Bros. Phone 90.—3-ldtf See the only Skeezimajack in exis tance at the Normal tonight. Big time carnival.—dlt. Ono sot Harvard Classics. Kxcollont condition. Pres ent price $100. Will sac rifice for $40 Apply Z Care This Office. Golored Taffeta Parasols —Just Received— NEW RAIN OR SHINE SILK PARASOLS Black, Navy, Brown, Green, Red, Purple. $6.00 AND UP IV M. Harrell & Go. EIGHTH GRADE EXAMS. On Friday, April 14. beginning at 8 o'clock a. m., County Superintendent A. A. Parsons, Jr., will hold an exam ination at the Wooster school of all students of Wooster and nearby di> tricts who are finishing the eighth grade, in order to test their qualifi cations for promotion. No charge will be made for the examination and all pupils who can be present art urged to take it. Day-old Rhode Island Red chicks 15 cents each. Mrs. I. B. Brown phone 823F11.—4-8d2t Chautauqua equipment for children from 2 to 20. Ideal, psychological. Phone 123.—i-ld-tu-st-tf Let me do your house cleaning with vacuum cleaner. Prices reasonable Phone No. 152.—4-8eod3t' Delmonte Spinach in No. 3 cans, only 25c at Hiegel, Thessing A Moix. Phone Jfil—Wo Deliver.—-d 11 For Rent—One large front bed room for rent. Meals close. Apply 218 College avenue.—4-3d0t Lost—Silver card case, engraved i: :*:a's “M. I. II." Reward. Irene Harrell, phone 43.—4-Xd2t One and five-sixteenth inch staple1 Snow F lake Cotton Seed, only 82.00 per bushel. L. E. Halter A- Sons.—-It F or Rent—Three unfurnished rooms • at lufi Ea t Oak street. Call or see [Mrs. W. I,. Robins, phone 102.—dtf* DID 5 < >1 KNOW that the carnival I at the Normal tonight is the climax j of all college activities? Many big laughs in store for you. Come.—dlt. Announcement — Dr. George S. Brown has removed nis offices to the | New Ingram building, and now oc j cupies the front rooms upstairs.— 4-ldCt. Mr. and Mrs. William Smith have returned from Plumerville, where they resided the past several months, and are again making their home in Conway. Skeezimajack carnival at the Nor mal tonight. The biggest event of the college season. Come and get your share of the fun. Begins at 7:30 p. m.—dlt. Tennis Balls, Rackets, Shoes ,and Nets. Base Balls, Mits, Gloves and Shoes, all at Jones Book Store. Wanted to hear from owner having farm for sale; give particulars and ! lowest price. John J. Black, Arkan | sas street, Chippewa Falls, Wiscon j sin.—4-l-sat3t* For Sale at Bargains—Three-piece ivory bedroom set, victrola, six chairs, table and dresser. Owner leaving town. See Mrs. Roy E. Earl, 200 Faulkner street.—4-Gd-lt. For Sale—Modern five-room home ! and lot 75x100. Price, $2,700; attrac tive terms; would take Ford car as part payment. Located 910 College avenue. Phone 530 or see A. A i Dulaney.—4-7dot Our big ad in this paper only gives a few of the things that you can see at the big carnival at the Normal tonight. You can see just what you want. Your patronage ap preciated.—dlt. Repairs and alterations of clothing women’s or men’s quickly done at low prices. Experience in the best tailor shop in central Arkansas. Satisfac tion guaranteed. Mrs. Minnie Belle Drew, over Faulkner Co. Bank.—4-G d4t* On account of the death of his brother, Ezra Webb of Conway, Arlie O. Webb has resigned his position in the internal revenue department at Washington, D. C., and returned here to take charge of the Webb farm near Conway. The young: folks Rook Club was ! 'ery pleasantly entertained last night j hy Joe Hicks, at the home of his mother, Mrs. Rosa L. Canada. After | several interesting games delicious refreshments were served. The host was assisted in entertaining by his aunt, Mrs. Effie Lincoln. Mrs. R. J. Holland and little daughter were to sail today from i New York for a visit of several weeks |iit her former home in France. Mr Holland, who is engineer on the Con-j way and I’alarm highway, won Mrs Holland a< his bride w,h:le he was ! serving in the American army in j France. NEW HOME. Still more wet weather with us. j Sunday school was very well at i tended Sunday. Why don't more of you old people and members come out and help? Mrs. H. A. Bivens returned from! Higton Saturday, where she had been visiting her daughter, Mrs. Marv j White. J. H. Ussery and w:fe spent Satur day night with the latter's parents. | Mr. and Mrs. L. L. Sanders. Quite a crowd took dinner with W R. Bearden and wife Sunday. Mrs. W. E. Railing an 1 C. R. Con-' dray are on the sick list. Several from here a 'ended -itig-| ing at Enders Sunday iftenacm and reported a nice time. Clyde Grable has purchased a pony | from Ernest Rimnier and ha ; been I taking his girl buggy t cling. I - i Old papers for sale at this office BAPTIST SERVICES. Sunday School at 9:45 a. m. Wor ship and preaching at 11 a. m. and i :4.> p. m. B. V. P. U. meetings at 1 •Bio p. m. Miss Juliette Mather of Birmingham, Ala., will speak to the young people at 7:30 p. m. You can not afford to miss thi~ opportunity! to hear her. E. P. J. Garrott, Pastor. .H'NIOR B..Y, P. C. Senior B. V. I’. C., No. 2 will meet I in the church parlors at fi:45 Subject, “Prayer." Leader, Mary Martin. The Intermediate I>. A'. P. j r. program is as follows: Subject, "What Jesus taught about happiness.” Leader, Julia Dunaway. Helpers. Joe, Robbins, Catherine Garrott, Shirley Durham and Gladys Graham. The Junior B. A. P. C. program is as fol lows: Subject, ‘‘How petf,. pV0Ved His Love.” Class No. 1 Leader. Hal Fraser. Helpers, Florence Carpenter. Robert Adams, Walter Dunaway, Mildred White, Bobbie Burns and Nettie I Margaret Lunch. ( lass No. 2 leader, A. J. Carter.1 Helpers. John R. Rus-oll. Dale Moss, Roy .Adams, Nolen Brady. METHODIST SERVICES. Sunday school at 9:20 a. m. J Public worship and preaching at 10:50 a. m.. and 7:30 p. m. At the ; morning hour the subj.-et will be "The. Story ol Ruth the M : ibitt at the j evening hours, "The Fifth Command-j | ment, or Parental Hot or." j Intermediate and Senior leagues will meet at 0:2(1 p. m. All are cor-' ' dially invited to attend these serv-j j *l-es. C. M. Reves. Pastor. SECOND BAPTIST CHURCH. Sunday school at 10 a. m. and j preaching at 11 a. m. and 7:.'lu p. m. hy the pastor, Rev. A. A. Dulaney. The services will be at the Grand theatre. PRESBYTERIAN SERVICES. The following will be the order of services tomorrow: Sunday school at 0:4.> a. m., 11 a. m.. Sermon, “Creat ing and Maintaining Worship;” 3 p. m, Meeting of the Session; 6:45 p. m.. Endeavor Societies; 7:45 p. m., even-! ing worship and sermon. R. E. Jetton, Minister. CHURCH OE THE NAZARENE. Sunday school, 9 a. m.; preaching 11 a. m. and 7:30 p. m„ by Rev. G. H. Harmon, district superintendent. The proposition of selling the church's property to the Second Bap jtist church will be brought before the I congregation. BAPTIST W. M.~S. The Baptist Woman’s Missionary Society will meet at the church Mon day afternoon at 3 o'clock. Miss Juliette Mathis of Birmingham southern young people’s leader, will speak and all members are invited to attend. MEN’S FORUM. ‘‘What constitutes a square deal in society, industry and politics?’’ will engage the attention of the forum to morrow morning at 9:45 o’clock. The meeting will be held in the Elks Par lor as usual and the Rev. R. L. Jet ton will open the discussion. The at tendance and interest last Sunday were fine. Let's keen it up. H. Krieger, President. Monday will be the 10th and the last day to pay for light and water and save the discount. On Tuesday night, April 11, the new city council will he sworn in and take full charge of the city’s affairs. We hope there will be no back balances after this 10th. A hint to the wise is sufficient. .1. 11. Hartje, Collector.—4-8d2t A telegram received here last night announced the birth of a daughter to Mr. and Mrs. Tom Stough of Ok mulgee, Okla. Mrs. Stough is re numbered here as Miss Doris Mc Culloch, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. R. B. McCulloch of this city. Mrs McCulloch left last night for Okmul gee for a visit to her new grand daughter. WE HOPE FOR YOUR NEW, jHOME YOU’l/E PLANNED-' THE FINEST PLUMBING IN J THE LAND!<T Am vsXitf/eP/umiter W e hear you're planning' to build a new home. Well, do you know that it would be a matter of money in your pocket and good plumbing in your house if you talked your plans over with as and got our prices? Were de pendable plumber-. W W. BOYCE East 0 “Oak Leaf” Lawn Mowers I hi.- i> a liirlit running, hall bearing lawn mower, guar anteed to do the work. 11 Inch Mower_S14.00 lo Inch Mower_ S10.00 Ice Cream Freezers Simmons Wonder, the n minute troezer. Xew stock, low prices, and big assortment to select from. - Gallon Size_$8.75 h 'Juart Size-$8.85 4 <Juart Size-$5.50 .‘I tjuart Size-$4.50 2 ‘,'iiart Size-$3.75 Simmons’ Siberia Refrigerators. New Stock at Low Prices. Screen Wire Poultry Netting NORMAL’S BIG SHOWS * , PROMISE HUGE SPORT More “ballyhoo” stuff than has| ever before been seen in Conway is promised tonight in the “Skeezima jaek Carnival’' by students of the State Normal School, beginning at 7:30 in the science hall. Not one fea ture of carnival artistry has been overlooked, it was said, by the stu dents who will perpetrate the series of stunts, and the aggregation will present at least a half dozen numbers to suit any individual taste. As the crowning event, the carnival will j place on exhibition the only ‘‘Skeezi-| majack” in captivity. Among: other things that will be on I the program will be minstrel shows, crystal gazing, ghost shows, elec trical shows, art exhibitions, etc. The dramatic club of the college will stage a one act play, “Who Wins” at the close of the affair. This play has been presented once this year during a recital given Under the supervision of Miss Glenn Kirkland, and attained unusual success. Some of the lead ing dramatists of the school are in the cast and the play will probably be a rare treat for those who witness it. For Rent — Six-room house on South Cent'"- street. Write C. A. Holland or phone 38.—4-4dtf HEST COLDS Apply over throat and cheat —cover with hot flannel cloth. Over 17 Million Jan Vied Yearly CHICHESTER S PILLS W_^ TIIK DIAMOND IIIIAM). A 0 _ HBA.NU. I.atilea! Aak jour l)ru»lat for ; 4 hl-ehra-lrr • Diamond Ttrund/ 1*11 la in lied ami iiold n»etalllc\ bote*, seal cl with Bh'O Ribbon. Take no other liny of your Drugrlnt. Ask fort'll MIiFH-TEB 4 IMAMO V IIKAN1) 1*1 LI.H, f,,r 8ft years known as Best, Safest, Always Relit' l« —r SOLD BY DRUGGISTS EVERYWHERE UNANIMOUS! “Time has not dimmed the lus ter of D. W. Griffith’s greatest cinema achievement.”—Brown in the Dallas Journal, Oct. 31. “Million-dollar productions and superproductions may come and Ko, but ‘The Birth of a Nation’ goes on its golden way forever.” —Mead in the Dallas Herald, Oct. 31. “The still deserves to rank as the greatest spectacle and dramat ic film ever shown.”—Brown in the Dallas News, Oct. 31. D. W. GRIFFITH’S ORIGINAL PRODUCTION THe NATfOlj With All These Stars: LILLIAN GISH MARY ALDEN HENRY B. WALTHALL MAE MARSH DONALD CRISP W ALLACE REID 18,000 People 3,000 Horsee WHITE GRAND Friday and Saturday April 14-15. Performances Daily at 12:00, 2:20, 4:40, 7:00. 9:20 p. m. Prices: Children, 25c; Adults, 55c. Including Tax SKEEZIMAJACK CARNIVAL THE CLIMAX OF ALL COLLEGE ACTIVITIES 23-BIG SHOWS - 23 < lunnlttT ni 1 Iiii'i'iiix, Gypsy Shows, Fortune rL'olIin Minstrels. Ghost Slums, Lovers’ Leaps, Cozy Cor ners, Etc. THE ONLY SKEEZIMAJACK IN EXISTENCE STATE NORMAL SCHOOL Saturday, April 8 SCIENCE HALL - - - 7:30 P.M.