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t at the . Palace Theater j| Tonight 0 team..... ....—— TODAY S PROGRAM A Kay-Bee Feature _ In Two Parts CIRCLE OF FATE And A Reliance THE TWO SLAVES Also Song By MRS. A. M. WELLER “In The Garden Of My Heart” I, Admission, 5c and 10c ' ^ ' COMING SATURDAY “The Return of Helen Redmond” j1 and 1 “What The Crystal Told” Matinee and Evening ‘ WEATHER FORECAST. ! Tonight increasing cloudiness, warmer Saturday, unsettled probably showers. [ifcO 000000900000 ©ijj p= HERE AND THERE. jy=j c=ifl njp oooooooooooo oarO Easter Dye at I. D. Priie’s. 5btf. Fertilizers—All Kinds—South ern Cotton Oil Co- 98blm. Little John Purdy, Jr., was re ported quite sick this morning. Toilet paper at Price’s book store. obtf. Easter gifts at Palace Jewelry Store. 9d8 For Sale—25 head of horses ind mules. Apply to H. C. San lers, Newport, Ark. 52btf Mr .and Mrs. H. H. Kitchens >f Little Rock were guests at j he Hazel hotel last night. | 9> n ran ism G=m lp»ivn“n FFH mMr3flJE3UJ3UK I For Sale—40 milch cows, 15 with young calves.—John R. Loftin. 79btf. Screening and all kinds of re pair work done at reasonable prices. T. N. Humphreys, 918 Front street. 93d24 j Mr. and Mrs. Joe Rector of Conway were Hazel hotel guests jast night. I Don’t Spoil your clothes. Use Red Cross Ball Blue and keep j I them white as snow. All grocers | 6 cents a package. Mrs. J. M. Majors and daugh ter were down from Tuckerman . shopping this morning. Don’t forget to buy cake at the Easter bazaar Saturday for your Easter dinner. I. D. Price for Easter cards and novelties. 5btf. Do it now. Buy that graduat ing present at the Palace Jewel- j ry Store. 9d8 I Fertilizers—All Kinds—South ern Cotton Oil Co. 98blm. For first-class repair work go to the Palace Jewelry Store. 9d8 I. D. Price’s for Hoop nets— Trommel net and seines. 5btf For sale— A few carloads of j wood. Call 1608, which is our Newport telephone number, or j write Muirhead Shingle Com-; pany at Weldon. 99dtf Dick Hurley, one of Tucker-1 man’s very best citizens, spent [today in Newport. Ladies, you can buy six pairs Whit-leather hose for 75c, guar anteed to last your boy or girl for four months. Bowen’s Cash Store. 7d6. Superintendent D. W. Hickey of the Iron Mountain was a guest at the Hazel hotel last night. We have just received our PARASOLS for the spring and we will show them this week as ' we have such a large assort | ment. We want every lady in | our city to see them as they are i the latest styles and colors. We 1 can save you at least one-third if 1 you will give us an opportunity 3 to show you this beautiful line 1 of classy merchandise.—Heine 3 mann’s Dry Goods Store. 5d6 3 Mrs. J. W. Lindley ard little 31 daughter of Kenyon were here 3j yesterday en route home from 3;a visit to Melbourne. 31 For Sale at a Bargain —One 3 stake wagon, practically new, I Apply at Stevens Grocer Co. 3 oibtf. Fresh doughnuts every Sat I! urday. Mrs. J. P. Paul, 218 ; Hazel street. 93dtf. The flowers for the Easter ba Izaar were late in arriving this morning, making it about noon before opening. Remember, ^Saturday the cakes, candies and ; Easter eggs will be for sale. Cedar Fence Posts, Sash Doors, Lumber, Shingles, Bridk and Cement.—Hubert’s Lumber Yard, lower end Front st. 33btf j Fertilizers—All Kinds—South ern Cotton Oil Co. 98blm. j Fertilizers—All Kinds—South ern Cotton Oil Co. 98blm. All kinds of tin work, and re pair. Will appreciate your bus iness and give it careful atten tion. Gus Jowers, at Wolff Goldman’s warehouse, on Lau rel street. 7dtfw2 Misses Rhamona Surridge and ; Lois Cooper of Walnut Ridge, Iwho attend Arkansas College at jBatesville, were here this moin ; ing, en route home for the holi jdays. For Sale—Red Cedar posts, from 7 to 25 feet long. Apply to J. H. Elfrank. 2btf. Mrs. John W. Stay ton, Jr., left this morning for Augusta to visit Mr. and Mrs. Will Campbell. She was accompanied by little Miss Virginia Campbell, who has been here for several days. How’s This? We ol>er One Hundred Dollars Reward for any case of Catarrh that cannot he cured by Hall's Catarrh Cure. F. J. CIIDNEY * CO . Toledo, O. We, the undersigned, have known F. J. Cheney I tor the lust 15 years, and believe him perlectly hon orable In all business transactions and Bnancn.'.!; | able to can y out any obligations made by Ms firm N a rio.VAI, Uavk or CokituwcK, Toledo, Qli.o Hall's Catarrh Cure Is taken Internally, actin' directly upon the blood and mucous surfaced of tti -ystein. Testhnoands A'*' ■ iri-A'. I’rloe ft- rente p< J pottle. Hold by ell l-nr1' ra* v*k# Hail's Fap'itv tor >.a:..;Uj«ut4o» Monument To Confederate Dead To Be Erected By Tom Hindman Camp and Citizens of Jackson County. The erection of a handsome monument in memory of our Confederate dead is to be under taken at once, the movement be ing initiated by Tom Hindman Camp through the suggestion ot our townsman, W. E. Bevens. The cost of the proposed mon ument is $1,500 and while not elaborate or massive, will be a work of art and a constant re minder of the heroes who served ; in the lost cause, many of whom (sacrificed their lives and all of I whom are dear to the hearts of jour people. The movement has been for mally launched in the resolu tion adopted below by Tom Hindman Camp and should re ceive the generous and patriotic support of all our people. Newport, Ark., April 7, 1914.— At a call meeting by the presi dent The Tom Hindman Camp, No. 318. of Newnort. Arkansas. the following members were present and the following reso lution was passed to-wit: “That we, the Tom Hindman Camp, No. 318 of Newport, Arkansas, as old Confederate soldiers are vitally interested in the building of a monument in the Court House yard to the memory of the Confederate dead of Jackson county and as a remnant of these old comrades and friends so close to our hearts, we erect a monu ment to these noble, brave and true veterans of our noble state and our country,—hence we call upon every member of this camp to contribute liberally to this subscription and every member is urgently asked to see and try to get their friends to help in this last tribute to their mem ory; and wTe cannot do this of ourselves, hence we ask all the Sons of Veterans to help us. Also we beg the noble daughters of the U. C. V., who have done so much of this great work and were first to do this work and we beg the good citizens of New port and all of Jackson county to help us pay this last tribute to our dead and ask the business and professional men, mechan ics and all of our people to help us. These brave men—many who were killed in the front ranks of the battle—and are in unmarked graves and we, their Pari_r__7lE*®naf!ErBafiEanenl3HliBfil3BTlSBTETOanEaniansrKariiM ery where The New, The Bright, jjg 'he Beautiful in things for the || lastei" Parade| \i!k” Is The One Word the I whole Fashion World is jfi | shouting for spring i Literally hundreds of yards of gleaming, ®g 8- radiant, beautiful textures, plain, multi- jpg S colored and quaintly flowered silk, f°r l 8 Easter. All of the softest weaves, in § 8 colors so rich and wonderful that they 8 Kg seem to have been taken from the can- i 8 vasses of the master painters. § BlU 1— If anS _—_ Del Kii< fi Pr ■ rt Among Other Items There Are | Crepe Meteor §[ Rich. soft, satin faced. 40-inch Crept Met- or in all P£ the newest shades, at per yard--$2.00 ^ r 40-inch Crepe de Chine, per yard..$1.50 Soft, clinging Crepe de Chine in pink, blue, white and black. 40 inches wide, per yard.—..$1.50 New Foulards gc 26-inch shower proof Foulards in the springs’ fie newest colorings, per yard .— ..$1.00 gQ i U- Silk Poplins us All new shades in 40-Inch Silk Poplins, price per EASTER KID GLOVES | An important accessory for the Easte S costume—A full line of “ Prefousse1 || Gloves awaits you here, including the new novelties. White fad gloves with H black stitching, also black kid gloves B with white stitching in short and elbow 1 lengths. 1 PARASOLS. | Just [in time for Easter. In harmony with the j Spring materials, they are most beautiful ever shown, j | Come and see them. ^ I Wolff-Goldina njjj J Mercantile Co. | 1 THE BIG STOREl Put It in An Envelope Send a money or der, or the cur letter to this bank. Every dollar you deposit here will be in absolute safety, 1 and your banking | business may be carried on as safely and easily by mail as if you came per sonally to this * bank. We invite your account in any a : mount and will al ways serve you courteously and ef ficiently. The Bank With The Big Surplus First National Bank | Newport, Ark. home county, where they were born, ought to be glad to do so. They have in other towns al ready done this work: Bates ville, Little Rock, Walnut Ridge, Searcy and many other towns. Let no county do more than we do as we are but doing ourselves honor to perform this service. We appoint W. E. Bevens, J. R. Loftin, Sr., and James Jones as a committee to solicit sub scriptions, also said committee to prepare a petition to the county court to donate the spaed for the monument. Also this committee wTill con fer with the Daughters of the U. C. V. and help them in their plans as they deem best., L. Minor, Com. W. E. Bevens, Adj. Hen and chick feed also poul try and stock remedies, at Bow en’s Cash Store. 7dl2w2 Try Virtues Little Liver Pills it the City Drug Store Q9btf [White’s Cash | Bargains | ye 2 bars 10c toilet soap (yg a™ for-15c ^ arB 2 cans Royal Seal an! " !ai Oats-25c ^ ye 2 packages Grape BE yS NutS ------_25c Qjg an) 2 Heinz’ Beans______25c ^ 20 lbs. Granulated cane a™ ^ Sugar-$1.00 ^ ye 5 gallons Headlight oil ye; in 5 gallon never-fail si can—can guaranteed ^ for 5 years—for___$1.75 Hi S Country Meal, Self-rising S £ Flour, Homemade Sor- ^ ye ghum, Butter, Eggs, m Fruits and Vegetables. ^ OP Phone 167—Special Del’y ue £?. S. WHITE £ ^ Beech and Third Streets. £§=3 «S UC ^ JUST RECEIVED A CAR LOAD OF ^ | JAMES & GRAHAM 1 « WAGONS 1 42 |yg «r, You and your neighbors all S know how good and easy yj S running they are. y; 1 THERE ARE NO BETTER S | WAGONS | Mi ,We have them in broad tires, y; * low wheels with Fifth wheels # ^ and the Regular Farm. Prices Hf— (*1 and Terms are right. Mi | Johnson-Avera | 1 Hardware Co. 1 sfi Mi I | ..!!■■■■. IjIjSSfiWilfiBiffiffiBiSS j|= You’il Have ^ to Hurry to H Get Your Suit || Before Easter? ^ We have them on display now ® —the newest ones :(ue rug —and the great ! 3ffl i • ^ est selection vou ^ have ever had the jjjjj chance to look at. glome today ; gg ^ don’t jwait until W S they are picked *■ (ue , HI gover,r Wi OJcj You know the kind * lani we handle—HART, ® iS SCHAFFNER & S ® MARX and EDER- 1 jgj | HE1MER, STEIN £ 1 & CO. k We will welcome ® 2™ you any day * NS QJP -... ,, 1 " iycj AT THE BOYS’ and MEN’S STORE ^5 1 Fife & Mo ore g ^ 410 Front StreetPhone 314 ^ a##*###**®*###*#*### ?lp '