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so use Re d Cross Rail Blue. It1 make then vnn^ ms snow. [ tonight's Progran Picture Palace Today’s Special In two parts—2,000 feet. BANZAI A wonderful story of an American officer who falls in love with a Japanese girl and afterwards deserts her. The Japanese scenery is very attractive. (KAY BEE) I THE SCHOOL KIDS’ PICNIC The Majestic Co. in bathing have fun with the principal I Comedy—MAJESTIC) THE WILD WEST C#MES TO TOWN " ! Pictures «one of the various Wild West Shows in action. (MAJESTIC) ADMISSION, 5c and l(jc Tomorrow night an excit ing four-reel feature “Dr. Nicholson and the Blue Diamond.” ur I ry as it w in re /Vests livery U * ’ 9re’» saves Fuel Burns—the gas—the ie—the soot. ■burn cheapest slack the best lump coal fire 12 to 24 hours. * l ^ASBESTOS ^ >W1CKING Ss Buy Heating g Stoves Now H -m MOORE’S AIR iy=i TIGHT. [up MOORE’S OAK S ART GARLAND a™ BASE BURNER % ESTATE AIR TIGHT ESTATE OAK m WILSON OAK Se WILSON AIR fg TIGHT art WILSON HOT lug BLAST WILSON WOOD a™ HEATERS !Hni HOWARD BASE BURNER pjp HOWARD SOFT COAL g SHEET IRON art WOOD !sn HEATERS $1 AND UP COAL BUCKETS FIRE SHOVELS, TONGS AND POKERS nrF tms* - 2fl * OUR PRICES ARE ABSOLUTELY RIGHT ^ 8 Johnson “Avera | 8 Hardware Co. I lariSahllSrfianlisnlShliahliara At The S B°JS' I and g Men’s K Store | New and Wait- |je; ing for men to me come and get them sn NEW FALL Saff SUITS % From such jue makers as ^ HART | SCHAFFNER an & MARX ^ NEW FALL Ij HATS g NEW SHIRTS - » NEW TIES j^c Trade with US fjfc and you will g|= FITFORM ♦ come again. g ij CLEANING and PRESSING DONE ON SHORT NOTICE^ Fife & M ore| Phone 314 410 Front Street^ (fcdj « > W s* * 4 * I WEATHER FORECAST. Tonight fair, probably frost; Tuesday fair and somewhat warmer. tf—o o—o o—o o—o o—0 HERE AND THERE. y—o o—o o—o o—o o—O Bibles and Testaments at Price’s Bookstore. C. B. Davidson of Little Rock is here today Lost—One bunch of keys, somewhere between 206 Main and 111 Walnut street. Finder please return to Mrs. W. J. Knox, 111 Walnut St. 71d3 For good hickory wood call Wm. Risner, or Phone 246 Han dle Factory. 48dtf. Harvey Yates of Judsonia is in the city. Try Virtues Little Liver Pills at the City Drug Store. 09btf Miss Eva Graham arrived home this morning from Walnut Ridge. See Mrs. Cunningham, at 323 Pine street for sewing. Phone 322. 59d6 D. B. Stubblefield is associat ed with S. Heinemann for the fall trade. Flower pots, all sizes at As kew’s Variety Store. 72d3 Knox mends shoes cheap. Ill For Rent—Furnished room with board, 222 Laurel street. 53dtf. James Graham was here from Tuckerman and left on No. 3 for Little Rock. Drayage of all kinds handled promptly. Phone No. 10. — Chester Robinson. 18dtf. Mrs. Clint Marshal of Little Rock spent Sunday with her sister, Mrs. John P. Paul. Toilet paper at Price’s book store. 30dtf Mrs. 0. W- Scarborough will go down to Little Rock tomor row morning to attend the fun eral of her friend, Mrs. H. L Remmel. For Sale—From 5 to 20 Shares First National Bank Stock at book value. Box 255, Little Rock, Ark. 42dtf. Mrs. Tom Fife went to Hoxie this morning to visit her parents for a few days. Clear, white clothes ar® a sign that the house keeper uses Red Cross Ball Blue. Large 2 oz. package 5 cents. Mrs. F. G. Smith continues about the same, in a lingering condition. Wanted—Roomers and board ers. Nice room and board. For particulars apply to 804 Newport flvprmp rltf Lawrence Bailey spent Sun day at home, returning to Pine Bluff this morning. For Rent—Entire upstairs to young men for “bachelor quart ers”, consisting of four large bed rooms, living room and bath, 806 Third street. 71dtf. Mr. and Mrs. Tom Owen and little daughter. Elizabeth, spent Sunday with their mother at Sulphur Rock. The Christian Workers will meet with Mrs. Neely on Hazel street Tuesday afternoon at 2 o’clock. The Helping Hand of the Bap tist church will meet with Mrs. .M F. Hurley on Laurel street Tuesday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. P. H. Van Dyke and Miss Bertha Hirsch will go down to Little Rock tomorrow morning to be with Mr. H. L. Remmel and to attend the fun eral of his wife. Ed E. Parrott returned home this morning from a several months’ stay in Colorado and is enjoying splendid health as a re sult of his recreation and trip. Mow’s This? j. We Olier One Hundred Dollar? Reward f«r u.y t*.K of Oai*rrb that oaof>ol W cured toy HaH s Catarrh Cure. F. J. C11LNBY A CO . Toledo. O. We, the undersigned. have known F. J. Cheney foe the I&si lo years, and believe him perfectly hon orable in U1 business tr.insact'-Mis and ftuaoci .iD able to cany out any obligations made by his firm. National Hank o\ Commerce. Toledo. Oh,f. Hall’s Catarrh Otf>* - t ' . '• ■lemaiiy. *»< directly uyx) tl*e l>4...Hi and \ sun a tvs *•( t T**Ktto«oMi*l> sent , ?ve. Price eeQts |x 1x414# sold bv all i >ru»ui>u Usll s i um.ty PUL- for cuuttipaUdQ THE UNITED I | STATES MAIL. 1 affords our deposi- | tors,who iiVc 'ut oi town, the same banking conveni ences as those liv | ing in the city. The ■ man or woman re- ; siding many miles away from New port can obtain a money order from his Postmaster, or at his very door from the Rural Mail Carrier, and mail it to this large, safe bank with ease and per fect security. The First National Bank I Newport, Arkansas Congressman J. C. Floyd of Yellville was here Sunday morn ing en route home from Wash ington City. A. G. Steadman of Grubbs has accepted a position with the cotton compress of this city. W. A- and M. M. Rutherford of Batesville were Hazel hotel guests last night. Misses Ellen Jones and Ida Parish will leave this evening for Chicago and Cincinnati, re spectively. General Superintendent D. W. Hickey of the White River road, was here Sunday night en route to Aurora from Little Rock. Hillory Jennings of Little Rock, was in our city Sunday night en route to points up the White River road. I. D. Price for Ingersoll watch es—$1.00 to $2.00. Miss Georgia Case of Moun j tain View was here last night |en route to Augusta to attend I the wedding of her brother, Hu ! bert Case to Miss Willie Fergu i j son. Owen T. Hunt of Batesville j was a visitor to our city today. Mrs. A. J. Wolf of this city and Mrs- A. G- Anderson of Lit ! tie Rock are at Forney, Texas at the bedside of Mrs. Wolf’s sister, Mrs. P. M. Lewis, who is very ill. Mrs. R. Q. Rawlings of New port, who has been in the city the past week, the guest of her cousin, Mrs. Joe Little on Jeffer son Avenue, left Saturday for her home after a very pleasant visit.—Jonesboro Tribune. Miss Lyde Blackburn, who w’ith her mother has spent several weeks at Heber Springs, came home yesterday and will begin packing and crating their household goods for shipment to that town. They find the wa ters of Heber very beneficial to the health of Mrs. Blackburn and for this reason they have decided to make that city their future home. Mrs. L. Hirsch and Eugene Hirsch left on No. 3 Sunday for | Texarkana, called by the criti cal illness of Mrs- H Remmel, but at Little Rock they were notified that Mrs. Remmel had passed away and Mrs. Hirsch stopped off in that city to re main until after the funeral. Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Meyer, who were recently married in St. Louis, are guests of their fa ther. Charles Meyer, and sister. Miss Meyer, at the Warner House. They have .just return ed from an extended wedding trip to Boston, New' York and Philadelphia — Jonesboro Tri bune. * 1 We sell Kodaks and Photo Sup plies. " ■ Xj*L Bowen.ArLGaiien I Ruel Henderson of this city, was married at Nashville, Ark. Thursday morning to Miss Lou ise Corn of that city, the ceremo ny occurring at the home of the bride’s mother. The young cou ple were met at the Rock Island train this morning by quite a number of the grooms tiiends and given a hearty welcoem and shower of rice.—Brinkley Argus. l»WOOOOUOOO^J1An||(^ »R. IRA H. ERWIN i EYE EAR NOSE and THROAT | New Fall Suits! ■ and Coats j P ■ - —-- gj j* With New Fashions, New | w Beauty and New Charm $ * --l I a * ..... . I We invite critical inspection of our ^ ^ tailored suits and coats. We have gar- ^ ments from the best market, made of ma- $ Sri terials the choicest to be found. jjjj ^ The finish and fitting of every gar- ^ ment sold by us is guaranteed perfect. SI Suits at $16.50 # m # ® At this price we have at least a dozen .» IE different models in the popular cutaway I0j StI Hi style each with a distinction all its own. ® The materials are rough and smooth y* y» weaves, serges, cheviots and others in Black, Navy, Gray and Brown $16.50. jfi afi _ m IE * SR SR Sfi Sfi SR Sfi Sfi Sfi Sfi Sfi BE “The Big Store” » BE TH E p H O II.S[E I JO Fit ;s A T I S FACTION # * BE Sfi Sfi 9i Sfi a; £*■ sfi a ^ ag agag jg ag sfi&& Sfi St .¥■ ' ''