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BABIES WILL GROW—
and while growing you should
have them photographed as a
record of each interesting stage
of their childhood. You will
prize them in after years.
We Sell Kodaks and Photo Sup
plies
Bowen
Art Gallery
19 Walnut Street NEWPORT, ARKANSAS
The Only Photo Gallery In
Jackson County
AE nrp iup (UP (UP HE HE HE HE HE HI
Miss Hattie Heinemann will
leave Saturday evening for a
week’s visit to St. Louis friends.
Tonight’s Program
Picture Palace
A double header Tonight.
(A touching special feature.)
GRAND DAD
A beautiful story in two parts._
(BRONCHO)

A HOSPITAL ROMANCE
Featuring Rosemary Theby
(RELIANCE)
AT THE HALF
BREED’S MERCY
A most remarkable series of
I thrilling adventures, beautifully
' blended in a convincing tale of
the plains.
(AMERICAN)
PAT GETS ON THE TRAIL
AN EASY DAY
(LUX)
ADMISSION 5 and 10 CENTS
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HR Everlasting Firepot saves
jjj 1-3 to 1-2 the Fuel
^ Burns—the gas—the
HR smoke—the soot.
ttjej Will burn cheapest slack
jyg as well as the best lump coal
gj. Holds fire 12 to 24 hours.
we 'AIR.-TIGH _ _UST
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BASE BURNER
ESTATE AIR TIGHT ^
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TIGHT
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BLAST yp
WILSON WOOD 81
HEATERS
HOWARD BASE ^
BURNER we
HOWARD SOFT we
COAL S
SHEET IRON ^nl
WOOD
HEATERS $1
AND UP
COAL BUCKETS
FIRE SHOVELS,
TONGS AND
POKERS
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jK OUR PRICES ARE ABSOLUTELY RIGHT
I Johnson =Avera 1
uS Hardware Co.
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At The IS
BoyS’ |
and ^
Men’s ^
Store |
New and Wait- ^
ing for men to juf
y come and get ^
^ them an
T NEW FALL
/ SUITS ^
. From such ^
makers as uf
HART J1
SCHAFFNER an
& MARX !sR
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NEW FALL we
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NEW SHIRTS sn )
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Hi N-EWy.ES g,
|fg lrade with us
M m and you "ill
# FIT FORM come again.
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ju^ CLEANING and PRESSING DONE ON SHORT NOTICE^
I Fife & Mo ore |
Eafs Phone 314 410 Front Streetj^j
WEATHER FORECAST.
Unsettled, probably showers
tonight or Saturday, colder.
y—« o—o o—o o—o o—0
HERE AND THERE.
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Try Virtues Little Liver Pills
at the City Drug Store. 09btf
See Mrs. Cunningham, at 323
Pine street for sewing. Phone
322. 59d6
Harry G. Brandenburg will
spend Saturday at Little Rock.
I. D. Price for Ingersoll watch
es—$1.00 to $2.00.
S. D. Campbell went to Wqlnut
Ridge this morning on business j
in circuit court. !
Bibles and Testaments at
Price’s Bookstore.
Knox mends shoes cheap. Ill
Mrs. W. J. Metcalf of Cotter
was here today en route to Lit
tle Rock
Toilet paper at Price’s book
store. 30dtf
Wanted—a good cook. Ap
ply to Mrs. R. D. Wilmans at
Diaz- 62d6t
Captain Robinson Topp was
a passenger on 24 up the road
this morning.
For Rent—Furnished room
with board, 222 Laurel street, j
53dtf.
Miss Mary Lesmeister will go J
to Walnut Ridge this evening to j
spend Saturday.
We have just received new
country sorghum, also Malaga
and Concord grapes and pears.—
Bowen’s Cash Store. 57d6
Mrs. G. S. Magness of Newark
was among the out of town vis
itors to Newport today.
Galvanized Garbage Cans,
tight tops, at Johnson-Avera
Hardware Co- 57btf.
Claude Tinsley will go home
to Tuckerman this evening to
visit over Sunday.
For good hickory wood call
Wm. Risner, or Phone 246 Han
dle Factory. 48dtf.
Mrs. H. H. Smith of Calico
Rock was the guest today of
her sister, Miss Belle Phillips,
of the East Side.
Clear, white clothes are a sign
that the house keeper uses Red
Cross Ball Blue. Large 2 oz.
package 5 cents.
Mrs. J. W. Lindlev and moth
er, Mrs. J. W. C. Gardner of Ken- j
yon, were shopping in our city j
this morning.
Misses Fannie and Lula Wolf j
will leave on No. 3 this after
noon for Little Rock to join their
mother 'for a two days’ visit to 1
Mr. and Mrs. A. G. Anderson.
On account of the National
German-American Alliance and ,
Fall Festivities at St, Louis I
these dates to cover the Veiled j
Prophet celebration also, the j
Iron Mountain will give a rate
for the round trip of $10.70.
Tickets will be on sale October
4th to 12th, return limit Octo
Mrs. R. D. Dennis and little
daughter are spending the week
in our city with Mrs. Benson and
other friends.
Having taken charge of the
I. X. L. Dairy, I will furnish milk
and cream and solicit your or
ders.—Mrs. A. Oliver, Phone 371.
37d30t
The Arkansas College football
team of Batesville were here
last night, en route to Jonesboro
to play the boys of the Agri
cultural College.
For Sale—From 5 to 20 shares
First National Bank Stock at
book value. Box 255, Little
Rock, Ark. 42dtf.
Mrs. Galloway and daughter,:
Miss Mae Stephens of Tucker-!
man, visited our city this morn-1
ing, returning on 21.
how’s This?
Wr at.er One Hundred I>otl R :ir> ?
rise >f (bUrrb ta.U cannot be o.r-u t > iJ i.: s !
Catarrh Cure.
F. J. CH1-.M Y v t o . l -bvio. O ! J
We. the undersigned. !iv»\r kii.-wn l ,j <./ wm y i ,
{•ir the lust 15 years, a ad holu*\ • :..ni jki . j,., ’
; . ; us. . ' 1
at»le to cany out any obligati*? v.:, by his arm. ‘ !
NATIUNAI, lU.NK c l •. uMMLIi. ». 1
To), do, Oh.iC j
llalVs Catarrh (Tire i . i\ i: u-r-tally, acting '
ilfcetly the blood and miaous >ur .',*•? of t J
i
h*itie. Sold by all • 'r- ’
' Mke Hall 's l amUs ' >r constipation j
t
County Assessor Roe Tims,
returned home to Tuckerman on
24 after several days’ visit here.
Prof, and Mrs. Edgar Will
iams and quite a number of the
teachers of the Newport schools
will attend institute at Swifton
tomorrow.
W. H. McHale of Bald Knob
visited Newport friends today.
He always receives a welcome-j
Captain George W7. Bandy of
Tuckerman was meeting o
friends and acquaintances on
our streets this morning.
John D. Snell, who is en route
to Jacksonport on business, stop
ped off here this morning for a
few hours’ visit with his aunt,
Mrs. Lavenia Lathey.
C. L. McCain, the well known
Hamilton-Brown shoe salesman,■
has been in our city for the past
two days looking after his,
i
■fvrrlp
IT MAY BE A BIG BLOW
to your pride to learn that your
ideas of the cost, of our livery
service are all wrong. But as!
our charges are lower than your ,
ideas you won’t mind the blow
when you realize that you can
now enjoy an occasional drive
like other folks. What kind of a
rig would you like today ?
WEST’S LIVERY STABLE
PHONE 58.
Max Frauenthal Injured.
Heber Springs, Oct. 9.—Max
Frauenthal, the founder of He
3er Springs, and one of the
wealthiest citizens of Arkansas,
larrowly escaped serious inju
ries last evenihg when he was
jerked suddenly from the front
<eat of his son’s auto into the
jack seat, when his son, Arthur
Frauenthal, drove the car into a
wire stretched across the yard
jf the Frauenthal home. He
suffered several bruises and mi
nor injuries, as also did his son.
A strong wire had been
stretched across the back yard
near the garage to hang clothes
jn. Arthur Frauenthal did not
know the wire had been stretch
ed and could not see it because
nf darkness.
Church Society Elects Officers
The Loyal Sons of the Church
jf Christ met last evening at the
home of their teacher, Mrs. 0.
M. Bowen, for the tranaction of
business, with 12 members in
attendance.
The following officers were elect
ed:
Vernon Singles, president;
Lockwood Burkett, vice presi
dent; Harry Littleton, secreta
ry; Charles Burkett, assistant
secretary; Elmer Patton, treas
urer.
After the election of officers it
was decided by the class to give
the play, entitled “Scenes in a
Union Depot” some time in the
near future.
Mr- Raymond Hodge was
elected stage manager, with the
privilege of selecting his assist
ants.
A committee of seven were
chosen to select parts and the
meeting was adjourned until
Monday night.
Few Words of Truth.
The attitude of ourselves toward
ourselves has a wonderful effect in
the way we conduct ourselves.
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" ;t'n (-;‘Se and per. I
feet security. 9
The I
First I
Nations
Bank 1
Newport. Arkansas I
Found Guilty of Assault.
Harrisburg, Oct. 9.—After
liberating 18 hours, a jury
the circuit court here today
! dared Charles Meyers guilty
assault. The prosecuting k
ness was a girl 11 years old.
On account of the Natio
German American Alliance a
Fall Festivities to be held
St. Louis, October 4-12, the It
Mountain has offered a rate
$10.70 for the round trip to
who want to attend during!
eight days meeting. b
| Lovely New Silks and Dress Goods
| for Fall and Winter
1 Fabrics that are beautiful in weave, coloring
§1 and quality. Newest Patterns in fabrics that are
1 most popular for autumn dresses and suits embrac
I§ ing many novelty weaves which are assured the
|i greatest vogue.
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42-Inch Creap Meteors
Soft, rich, clinging satin faced
Meteor Crepe De Chine in all
new shades price per yd_$2.00
42-inch Brocaded Crepe Meteors
to match solid colors, price per
yard-$2.06
40-Inch Silk and Wool Poplin
Stylish, serviceable 40-inch pure
silk and wool poplin in all new
shades price per yard_$1.50
Fancy Foulards and Brocaded
Messalines in all the new color
ings, price per yard_$1.00
Pure All Wool 54-Inch Serge
All the new shades of the season
with plenty of navy and black
and all wool hand finished serge
price per yard_$1.00
Bedford Cords and Poplins, all
wool materials 42-inehes wide
very popular materials this sea
son in all colors, price per
yard_^*00
Wool Ratines and Metalesse
Cloth in 54-inch and 45 inch
widths in all new coloring, verv
popular for suits and dresses
priced per yard at
from_$1*50 and $1-75
New Novelty Cloakings —
54-inch wide, heavy coating,
popular colors priced at per
yard from_$1.50 to S2.50
=p ^ elvet, Brocades, Evening fabri cs, Vesting, Persian and Bulga
rp lian silk and Roman stripes for trimmings, priced per yard
from-$1.00 to $3.50
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1 M e will be closed Saturday October 1 1 tb on account of
Ij Holiday till 6 p. m.
I Wolff-Goldman Mercantile Company
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