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«QUEEN QUALITY” don’t run to
V faddish fashions. While they’re
smart still they never go to extremes.
’They’re fashionable shoes for fastidious
women.
THE LEADER
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Exclusive Agents.
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SASH, LUMBER,
SHINGLES,
DOORS, BRICK.
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jjj Telephone 278.
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kind, see your dealer 01 write
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Horton’s Planing
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BARGES. /
Furniture.
Windows and Door Frames.
Church Pev/s, Pulpits and
Store Fronts,
Made to Order.
West Plum Street.
NEWPORT. ARKANSAS.
C. R. GRAY
PHYSICIAN
AND SURGEON
Watson Building
Office li"urs:
- 9 a. m. to 12 in.
j 8 p. m. to 6 p. m
Telephone Number 49.
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Special one way Colonists
rates, September 15th to Oeto-;
ber 15th. Through tourist cars, j
For rates and full information
call or address
G. P. COFFIN, Agt.
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The Idea! Laundry
C. H. WALTON
Proprietor.
Washing called for and delivered
to all parts of the city.
Phone 150.
Agents Wanted In Every Town.
j FROM A BARREL OF FLOUR
I to all kinds of good things baked
! at this bakery, is a maze of be
witchery.
BREAD, CAKES, PIES,
COFFEE "TOLLS,
and a hirv’red and one other
things that thr bakery invents,
and tur- ont o«eh and all are
ly done in the two colors.
The reception was very infor
mal and was a happy com
pliment .to the two honored
guests, who received many beau
tiful courtesies in. good wishes,
which were carried out in the
more substantial things of life,
that of many useful presents,
tokens of love and esteem.
The hostess was assisted in
serving a very elaborate salad
course with ices and coffee, by
Mrs. George M. ^nk and Miss
Jewrell Daniel and little Eliza
beth Grubbs. %
Those invited to the reception
were Messrs and Mesdames Geo.
M. Sink, M. M. Stuckey, T. S.
Stephens, George K. Stephens,
R. T. Robertson, C. A. Virtue, S.
H. Milton, Mrs. Emma Holland,
Mrs. Estelle Claridge and Mrs.
W. D. Williams; Misses Frankie
and Josie Lindsey, Jennie Stuck
ey, Lutie Mae Stephens and An
nie Laurie Lindsey; Messrs.
Ernest F. McKenzie, E. M. Ware,
L. C. Cullison, Percy Martin, A.
L. Otey, R. R. Rushing, J. Law
ler and Dr. Charles Martin.
Daniel-Lindsey Wedding.
At the Presbyterian manse
Tuesday evening at 7:30 was
solemnized a very sweet and im
impressive wedding ceremony
when Mr. Brent Daniel and
Miss Ethel Lindsey were united
in marriage, Rev. J. F. McKen
zie officiating at the service,
which was witnessed by mem
bers of the contracting families.
After the ceremony Mr. and
Mrs. Daniel were tendered a
large reception by Miss Pearl
Martin, where congratulations
and best wishes were showered
upon the youthful couple, who
left on No. 5 this morning for
Dallas and Fort Worth, Texas,
where they will spend two
weeks, after which they will be
at home in our city.
The bride’s gown of ceremony
was a blue cloth traveling suit
with hat, gloves and shoes in
harmony.
The bride is a sweet and at
tractive girl, has always made
her home with Mrs. Estelle C-lar
idge and is loved by her many
friends, while the groom is a
voting business man, recently
located in our city and is asso
ciated with Martin Bros. Grocer
Company.
The Independent joins the
many other friends of Mr. and
Mrs. Daniel in wishing for them
all the joy and happiness of a
wedded union.
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What sort of an impression
of your store is your next ad
vertisement in The Independ
ent to give to the person WHO
HAS NEVER BEFORE READ
OF YOUR STORE?
Babbitt Metal 10c lb. at In
pendent office- 61btf
Perhaps you can find the
verv house you want to rent if
you will search the want ads.
If you should hear, incident
ally, that your favorite store
had held an unadvertised spe
cial sale of something you’ve
been wanting to buy, you’d feel
that it had not protected YOUR
INTERESTS—wouldn’t you ? |
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Superstitious Mothers.
In the far north skin cradles are
commonly ' “ i. As a rule these are
very crude mid often unsightly in
construction. They are very rare,
even in great museums and ethnologic
collections, heefeuse of the supersti
tions arid prejudices of the mothers.
Among :• "Jdts of Ah ska, no mat
ter#iow large the family may be, the
same credit usod for more
than one chil'p* /
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$ your home with Steam, or Hot** Water, don't
call on the
Newport Plumbiag
Heating Company
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. (Tie small shop on the-^ley, but we h*
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A Good Bank is conserva|i
at the same time accomtBO
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j Strong gjs Up0n which the busi
every community rests.
and Progressive men ass
together in a banking ins1
is what it takes to make
bank, and you 9an
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Bank our mone
assurance
will be protected in ev
possible. It pays to
ed with a
The Farmer
of NEWPORT,
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