Newspaper Page Text
J ABOUT PEOPLE—MAINLY. \
I. D. Price for Xmas presents. 197t>tf Huffman has oysters and celery, dtf Elgin creamery butter 35c at Bracy’s. 210 d6t. Huffman has fruit cakes and makes them himself. 194 dtf The river stood at 14 feet on the guage Tuesday. Fruit Cakes! Fruit Cakes! All kinds at Bracy’s. 210 d6t For first olass watch repairing, go to the Palace Jewelry Store. 202 btf Wm. Ballard, the Iron Mountain de tective, came in Monday night. Holiday buyers-wait till the opening of the Palace Jewelry Store before buying presents. 192 btf Bisque dolls, china dolls, cloth dolls, paper dolls, jointed dolls and v inking dolls at I. D. Price’s. 197 btf Dr. George Stephens returned Tues day noon from a visit to the Ponder home at Walnut Ridge. Elise Hooker, whom it is feared has typhoid fever, was reported some better Tuesday morning. Dolls, dolls, dolls, of every size color, age and shape at I. D. Price’s mammoth Christmas Bazaar. 197 btf Louis Lorch of Little Rock came up Monday night and was the guest while here of his sister, Mrs. Henry Schott. Any book not in stock will lie or dered promptly. Please hand in your orders early so as to avoid delay. I. D. Price. 193 btf W. W. McMinn and family have moved into the cottage on Hazel street, formerly occupied by A. G. Anderson. A number of the friends of the groom from this city will attend the Simmons-Taylor nuptials at Tupelo Wednesday. Chas. E. Bone, E. A. Hodges and Miss Ola Jeruigan came down from Batesville Monday night on their way to Little Rock. Chas. Meyer accompanied his daugh ter, Miss Zerlena, as far as St. Louis on her return to Omaha. They left Monday night. Mrs. Lacy Tilghman of Little Rock returned home on the noon train Tuesday, after a visit with her father, Dr. J. M. Jones and family. Santa Claus has headquarters at I. D. Price’s agaiu this year, and don’t you forget it. A visit to his store will convince any one of this fact. 19< btf One fare for the round trip ou the “Choctaw” December 24, 25 and 31, 1902, and January 1, 1903. Tickets good tq return until January 2, 1903, For nice rigs of any kindjutff good ' dnvtirg hOTTOQj ‘jttaftfr-ffour call with R. L. Robinson, upper end of Front Street. Charges always reason able. 62dtf R. P. McGregor, J. D. McGregor, Alex Wood and J. V. Ecbols, students of Arkansas College, were here Mon day night on their return to Batesville from Cotton Plant. Prof. C. F. Brizzell, Mrs. S. E. Brizzell and Miss Sophia McGuire were here Monday night on their return to j Batesville after spending the Christ- i mas holidays away. Those wishing pianos tuned during i the holidays, can get guaranteed work by calling on Z. B. Reid or addressing Box 444. Reid also handles high grade organs and pianos. 208 tjl Come, come, come, at once to 1. D. j Price’s mammoth Christmas Bazaar and select your holiday presents be fore the stocks are broken. They are gohig^fast. Don’t be too late. 197 btf M. E. Newbern returned Monday from Memphis, where he spent Christ mas at his mother’s home. Mrs. Newbern will remain for several weeks and also visit her own mother at Marianna. Mrs. Gus Martin requests the Inde pendent to state that the first meet ing of the Fortnightly Whist Club will be held at her home to-morrow after noon at two o’clock and every mem ber is urged to be present. Mr. and Mrs. H. E. Kyler, who have many friends in this their former home, are expected dowm this eve ning from Sulphur Rock and will stop over with Mr. and MrB. H. R. Palm er on their way home to El Dorado. Spend Christmas holidays with kin folks and friends in the old States. Only one fare, plus 82.00, for the round trip by the “Rock Island Sys tem,” Choctaw, Oklahoma & Gulf ii. R. Tickets will be limited 30 days from date of sale. btf I. D. Price will take subscriptions to all the leading magazines at publish er’s prices. Hand in your subscrip tions to Delineator, Home Journal, Designer, Muns^y’s or McClure’s. In fact any magazine or periodical pub lished in the English language. 193 btf Christmas and New Year rates via the Iron Mountain Route. Rate, one first-class fare for the round trip, minimum selling rate of 50 cts. Tick ets will be sold to all points on lines of this system wdthin distance limit of 200 miles, on sale Dec. 24, 25 and 31, 1902 and Jan. 1, 1903—final return limit on all tickets Jan. 2, 1903. Thos. H. Reamey, Agent. 'I ■ Hufl nothing but the BBS*. 194 dtf Everything you want at Braey’s. 210 d6t. Don’t forget that Dutton is selling dolls at cost. 200btf Santa Claus headquarters will be at the Palace Jewelry Store. 192 btf Claude Monroe came up from Little Rock on the noon train Tuesday. Huffman, the baker, has fancy candy boxes to put your candies up in. dtl Mrs. H. C. Hungerford leaves for hpr home in Louisville Friday night. Eugene Hirsch returned Tuesday noon from a short visit to Little Rock, Lowney’s, Allegretti’s, Guntber’e and Lynn’s famous candies at Bracy’s, 210 d6t Buy a Waterman Fountain Pen and be happy. For sale by I. D. Price. 193 btf Wooden toys, tin toys, iron toys, paper toys and cheap toys at I. D. Price’s. 197 btf Ask your ticket agent all about the low holiday excursion rates on the “Choctaw.” Miss Laura Mosby went to Little Rock Tuesday noon to visit her aunt, Mrs. E. G. Ferrill. Misses Eva and Callie King arrived Tuesday noon from Heber on their way to Batesville. Miss Emily Handford came down Monday night from Batesville to visit Miss Della Bernstein. Mrs. J. G. Walker entertained a number of friends Tuesday afternoon at her home on Pine street. Miss Roberta Morrison entertained the Smart Set Tuesday afternoon in honor of her sister Miss Nannie Mrr rison. Mrs. W. B. Hays returned to Bates thrt lrt/irtl Tmaorlntr oftornAATI after a visit to R. F. Drummond and family. Sack found containing gentleman’s clothing. Owner can recover same by calling at this office or upon Henry Buford. 214 dtf Miss Minnie Hughes, who has been visiting Mrs. H. R. Palmer, left Mon day night for her home in San Anton io, Texas. For rent—Three furnished rooms for light housekeeping at corner of Ash and Second streets. Apply to Mrs. A. B. Smith. 216 dtf Col. J. W. Reyburn, who has been visiting his daughter, Mrs. W. W Dutton for several weeks, returned home to Little Rock on the noon train Tuesday! The Ozark Queen is reported aground above Batesville, which makes the second accident of this kind experienced by Capt. Woodbury’s boat this winter. Miss Mamie Palmer of Brinkley ar rived Monday on a visit to Mrs. Gus Martin, who will entertain the Fort nightly Whist Club in her honor to morrow afternoon. Holiday excursion rates to the Southeast via the Iron Mountain route. Tickets on sale Dec. 13, 17, 21, 23 and 26—return limit 30 days from date of sale. Rate one fare plus $2.00 for the round trip. Thos. H. Reamey, Agent. Holiday excursion rates to the Northern States via the Iron Moun tain route. One fare plus $2.00 for the round trip. Tickets on sale Dec. 13, 17, 21, 22, 23 and 26 to all points in Minnesota, Iowa, Wisconsin, Missouri, South Dakota, Kansas, Nebraska and Illinois—final return limit 30 days from date of sale. Thos. H. Reamey, Agent. - * r- • .ir?r WE5- ' Fireworks at Bracy’s. 210 d6t Nice fruits at Huffman’s. 194 dtf Ralston brain bread at Huffman’s.dtf I I. D. Price for fine China and bric-a- i brae. 197 btf j All kinds of fresh nuts at Huff- i man’s. 194 dtf Oysters, celery and cranberries at i Bracy’s. 210 d6t I Huffman will bake your fruit cakes for you. 192 dtf Bracy has 2000 lbs. of candy for Christmas. 210 d6t Seeded raisins and cleaned currants at Huffman’s. 194 dtf Huffman’s specialties are—every thing he handles. 194 dtf Low excursion rates for the holidays on the “Choctaw.” A ton of toys, for girls and boys to make a noise, at I. D. Price’s. 197 btf There will be a vigil service to morrow night at St. Paul’s church from 11 to 12. Do not forget Huffman’s bakery when you are wondering where to buy your Christmas candies. 194 dtf H. B. McGee, recently a clerk for Capt. W. A. Joyce, left Tuesday morn ing for Austin, after a visit to Bates ville friends. The Lucian Gause Chapter will meet with Mrs. R. M. Laird, Wednesday at 2:30 p. m. A full attendance is very much desired. Miss Virgie Baker of Batesville spent Monday night here on her re turn to Searcy, where she attends Galloway College. Miss May me Robinson, after a visit to her brothers, Chester and W. B. Robinson, returned home to Augusta Tuesday morning. The city council did not meet on the last, monciay nigni oi me year muz, there being no important nor urgent business for consideration. For Sale—Residence, corner Hazel aud Fifth streets. Terms made known on application. 144-dtf Mrs. Cora A. McDonald. At the Methodist church—J. W. Smith, pastor, will fill his pulpit at 7:30 p. m. Wednesday. He will speak at that hour on “The Relation of the Ideal and the Real.” Don’t fail to attend the service. C. R. Hite and Henry Owen went to Bradford Tuesday on a hunt. Dr. L, E. Willis and O. S. Lawrence are reported to have killed 44 birds in that section one day recently and the two first named nimrods promise to return with at least 45. MEW THROUGH CAR LINES FROM N EM PHIS TO THE PACIFIC COAST. The “Rock Island System,” Choc taw, Oklahoma & Gulf R. R., have established through personally con ducted tourist sleeping car lines to California and Portland, Oregon. The California car leaves Memphis every Tuesday at 9:00 a. m., Little Rock 1:15 p. m., South McAlester, I. T., 10:50 p. m. same day, Oklahoma City 2:40 a.m. Wednesday, El Reno 3:40 a. m. arriving El Paso, Tex., j Thursday morning, Los Angeles Fri | day morning and San Francisco Sat j urday morning. The Portland, Oregon, car leaves Memphis every Thursday on the same schedule arriving Denver 7:30 Satur day morning, Ogden Sunday morning and Portland Monday morning. Read the ads. 'a LITTLE MONEY DOES THE BUSINESS! A Final Reduciion on all our goods has been made today. ...FOLLOW THE CROWD... And let us show you how much we appre ciate your patronage and good will. Our Stock is Complete . in every department, which enables you to buy useful Christmas Presents at a sacrifice. Ghas. Meyer’s j Great Bargain Store. 1 \\___*\ f -\ ■niiKS if1 imi m up our store room. 8 oluntarily the Carhartt Agency. 8 oluntarily American Lady Corsets. 1 oluntarily other agencies. I We have notified our help not to depend on us | later than February 1st. | vVe Have i i All goods must be sold; no goods reserved. | Most of our lines are still complete. 1 WHY PAY BIG PRICES g When you can buy your necessities as well as Christmas present at wholesale cost? . »T , ........... ... w a. ' •• .... »• • " • .F- V -n ' IJ-III ■ I 1 THE GRAB ALL. Opposite I. M. Depot. I j^<aBSKTO$ggHraasa^Lriy*iKa^^-re^«BBaJ««ag«^ j Have Your Clothes Made, Cleaned, Pressed and Repaired -BY I Arthur Hunly The Tailor on Front Street. ..■». ... To Owners of ■. Gas and Gasoline Engines, Launches, Automobiles, Etc. You can avoid use of batteries and expense of their constant re newals if you have In their place an AUTOSPARKER. It can be attached to any machine, new or old. Write for descriptive booklet containing testi monials from well-known makers and owners H of gas and gasoline engines, automobiles, R launches, etc. MOTSINGER DEVICE MFG. CO. 214 nain Street, Pendleton, Ind. J iii'iiiiwm—— «■■» mirrrr r. sensual — - -.. - ————— EmU ^ 0 «et If ■ - Capital, $50,000 A GENERAL BANKING BUSINESS TRANSACTED, AND THE AC COUNTS OF MERCHANTS, MANUFACTURERS AND INDIVIDUALS SOLICITED. Directors:—T. J. Watson, John M. Cook, Ben Adler, S. Wolff, J. O. Taylor, T. J. Craham, G. W. Hurley, W. A. Billingsley, B. B. Bond. Officers:—Sigmund Wolff, President; G. W. Hurley, Vice-President W. A. Billingsley, Cashier; F. A. Jones, Assistant Cashier. Ladies and Gems Gaienis. Come and Tty the French Process in Cleaning. The Newport Steam Dye Works Co. use it. We use no inferior dyes'or acids to rot the cloth or fade the colors. Let us press', your garments. Thirty-five years’ experience—two years in your town. 217 WALNUT STREET. Next door to Chastain's grocery store. I). H. SMITH, Manager.