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I- D. Price for sheet music. Fresh oysters at Huffman’s. Nice boiled ham at Huffman’s. Try Huffman’s doughnuts. 05 Try Huffman’s Big Biscuits. 21 Huffman the baker is still bak ing. 05dtf Fresh oysters at Riley May hans. For stewing figs go to Huff man’s. 05dtf John Keel was in the city Sat urday. Huffman’s rolls are delicious; try them. 05dtf Fine fresh stock of cigars at Huffman’s. 05dtf Eggs and butter at Bowen’s Cash Store. 14dtf. E. Happy Hippie of Memphis is in the city. 10 yards remnants 35c at Bow en’s Cash Store. 86btf See the fine assortment of can dies at Huffman’s. 05dtf Trade at the Palace Jewelry Store. They lead. 96dtf S. R. Phillips went to Knoble Saturday morning. Huffman’s pies and cakes are good enough to eat. 05dtf For rent—Storage room. Ap ply to 0. M. Bowen. Oldtf Special music at the Methodist church tomorrow night. Chickens and turkeys for sale at Bowen’s Cash Store. 14dtf Go to the Palace Jewelry Store for bargains in jewelry. 96dtf J. S. Wilmans went to St. Louis Friday night on business. Feed Huffman’s bread to your babies, it will do them good. 05 Have your diamonds reset at The Palace Jewelry Store. 96dtf Rabbits, coons and ’possums at Bob Wallace’s butcher shop. 06 Wm. P. Sloan, the cotton man of Eldorado, was in the city Fri . v day. Mrs. Jean Diaz returned to her home in Grand Glaize Friday night. T. P. Stigall of Grubbs town ship was in the city on business Saturday. Farley Price went to Little Rock Friday night on a visit to his family. A. Mortensen will call for and deliver promptly any clothes de sired cleaned or pressed 86dtf. Wanted—Messenger Boy. Ap ply to the Southwestern Tele graph & Telephone Co. 13dtf For toilet articles, fancy goods, combs, brushes and mirrors go to W. E. Bevens, successor to J. L. Sells. OOdtf Great trouser sale Friday and Saturday, January 15th and 16th. See ad in this issue. Star Cloth ing House. 19d6t Great trouser sale Friday and Saturday, January 15th and 16th. See ad in this issue. Star Cloth ing House. 19d6tf Christmas is over, but you can’t get along without White Silk Flour, sold only at Bowen’s Cash Store. 14dtf Mrs. E. Q. Best and baby, after a pleasant visit to her husband here, returned home to Judsonia Saturday morning. I. D. Price handles the Mc Kinley 10c music and carries in stock at all times a full line of this popular and fast selling mu sic. 87btf. Mrs. I. D. Price returned from Searcy Friday night. She was accompanied by her daughter, Miss Katie, who will spend a few days at home recuperating. I. D. Price takes subscriptions for all the leading magazines and newspapers. Hand in your orders now so as to get the Janu ary numbers without delay. 97btf 1000 selections of music at I. D. Price’s, vocal and instrument al, violin, piano, guitar, mando lin and banjo. Any music not in stock will be ordered prompt ly. 87btf. ■, ..... _ ——E--4 -.. I > W. A. 0. Neal a'nd wife went | to Little Rock Saturday to see > ‘‘King Dodo” played. L. Wirthlin and family of Min turn are in the city, the guests of Mr. and Mrs. L. N. Nouss. Mrs. E. D. Bracy went to ’ Batesville Saturday morning on * a visit to friends. ~ Mrs. H. E. Bragg went to ' Batesville Saturday morning on a visit to her parents. Dr. G. K. Stephens, who has been spending a few days in ■ Little Rock, returned Friday night. Great trouser sale Friday and Saturday, January 15th and 16th. See ad in this issue. Star Cloth ing House. 19d6t Great trouser sale Friday and Saturday January 15th and 16th. See ad in this issue. Star Cloth- j ing House. 19d6t A. Mortensen has moved his cleaning and pressing shop to the newly remodeled building oppo site city jail. 86dtf. If you want to look neat, have your suit cleaned and pressed by A. Mortensen. In new quarters opposite city jail. 86dtf. Mrs. W. W. McMinn and chil dren went to Jonesboro Saturday morning on a visit to her sister, Mrs Joe Kennedy. Mr. Tom Wolf is expected here Sunday on No. 3 to join hi* wife. They will return Monday to their home in Kansas City. ! Mrs. T. T. Ward and daughter, Miss May, left Saturday after noon over the Choctaw for Okla homa City on a visit to friends. Miss Kennedy, the popular trimmer for John C. Hayes at Cotton Plant, passed through the city Friday on her way to St. Louis. Tomorrow will be the time for the offering for Missions at St. Paul’s church. The Rector hopes the response to his letter will be generous. F. L. Joslin, representing the large tailoring house of L. E. Hays, will be at the Bailey Mer cantile Company January the 21st and 22nd. 24dlw Mrs. J. E. McElwee was called to Little Rock Saturday morning by the serious illness of a rela tive. Mr. McElwee was notified and will meet her there. Wesley Watkins, the colored porter at Bevens’ drug store, was shocked Friday night in tak ing off an electric light globe, but was only slightly injured. F. P. Long, who was formerly local freight agent of the Choc taw at Little Rock, was checked in Friday as agent at Brinkley. Mr. Tingling, who was agent at Brinkley, goes to Memphis to as sume charge of the Choctaw office there. lhe Walnut Ridge Blade ex presses much regret that R. C. Jones declined to build his busi ness and hotel block in Walnut | Ridge. The plans were exhibit ed in this office Friday. The block would have been an impos-! ing structure. Messrs. Joe Berger, Ed Arndt, Maury Stevens, Dr. C. E. Car roll, Geo. Anderson, T. H. Reamey, W. T. Dunn, Gus Coffin! and V. M. Ake went to Little! Rock Saturday afternoon to see “King Dodo,” to be played at the Capital theatre Saturdynight. j Sunday!services. At the Baptist Church—Sun day school and services at the! regular hours. All are invited. Methodist Episcopal Church, South, corner Second and Laurel | streets, Rev. C. Pope, pastor. Preaching at 11 a. m. and 7:30 p. m. Subjects, “The Value of Re ligion” and “The Obligations of Universal Brotherhood.” Sab bath school at 9:30 a. m. Every-1 i body invited to each service. St. Paul’s Church—The second Sunday after Epiphany. Morn ing prayer and sermon at 11. Evening prayer and sermon at 7. Sunday school at 9:45. ] SECOND WEEK OF OUR Great Clearing Sale In addition to the great values we are offering, we will put on sale All Shirtwaists in the house which we have divided INTO TWO LOTS * 1 ■ :fcty' Wolff=Goldman Mercantile Co. I | j . : - .. To ONE and ALL we wish A MERRY CHRISTMAS and a HAPPY NEW YEAR When you have business to offer a Bank do not forget your old Friend, the Bank with the LARGEST PAID IN CAPITAL and SURPLUS COMBINED of any Bank in Jackson County, THE BANK OF NEWPORT OFFICERS and DIRECTORS. Geo. W. Decker, President, R. M. Johnson, Cashier, A. D. Bailey, V-President, T. D. Kinman, Asst. Cash Thos. J. Graham, Ed. P. Shoffner, J. T. Henderson, Jos. M. Stayton, Dr. J. M. Jones, T. S. Stephens. 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Wine of Cardui will cure almost any case of barrenness except cases of organic trouble. How can you refuse to take such a remedy that promises such relief from suffering ? Wine of Cardui simply makes you a strong woman, and strong, healthy women do not suffer. They look for ward to motherhood with joy. | Mrt. Fred Unrath. 1 WINE of CARDVIA &&&* ( "Barren Fork Training School.'^ • >. _ f The fifteenth year of the above school opened on November 16, 1903, with a good attendance in all departments. As the title indicates, this school offers a very thorough drill in all subjects for a six year state and all grades of the county certifi cates. The principal holds a life state certificate and many first grade county license, has had much experience in this line and fully understands the needs of the country teachers. The location can not be excelled for health, good morals and an obliging people—an ideal place in every way, for young people to attend a school. Board from $6.00 to $8.00 and tuition from $1.00 to $3.00 per month. Classes in all subjects noted. Those with a true educational motive are solicited, but no others. New students are entering every week. “Learn it Right.” Address, A. G. Taylor, B. S. Prin. Barren Fork, - Arkansas.