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Newport daily independent. (Newport, Ark.) 1901-1929, June 12, 1914, Image 4

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Palace Theater
Tonight
«—■— ■.. ..——
PROGRAM
Reel Feature, A War Story
THE TRAP
Also for the first time shown
here a new film service farce
comedy
ITALIAN LOVE
With an Extra Reel Entitled
THE TIE ETERNAL
» ___
COMING TOMORROW
THE COMING OF THE REAL
PRINCE
And Keystone Comedy
THE RACE
Also SAN FRANCISCO AND
HER ENVIRONS
ADMISSION, 5c and 10c
J
WEATHER FORECAST.
1 Fair tonight and Friday.
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j gf HERE AND THERE. §f
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!
Paul Herndon was here today
i calling on trade.
2,000 bushels corn for .sale at
165c at crib.—J. H. Keel. 34btf
Mrs. Carl Boile has returned
home to Little Rock after a vis
it to her mother here.
Hickory wood for sale. See
Will Risner or phone 246- 25dtf
Try Virtue’s Little Liver Pills
at the City Drug Store. 69btf
Miss Willie Howell returned
jlast evening from a visit to
Little Rock friends.
Room and board in private
family. Enquire at 318 Elm
street. 61 d6
For sale—Three houses on
Vine street, next to Elf rank’s
store. Apply to J. H. Eifrank.
jor J. F. McCuistion, Administra
tor. 48dtf
| Jesse Williams of Grubbs was
here today on business at the
county seat.
U are next—shines 5 cents.—
Sisson’s Billiard Parlor. 44dltn '
Knox mends shoes cheap. Ill |
»Va.* * nreeT dtf. I
For Rent—Three nice unfur-!
nished rooms at 416 Laurel St. i
61d6t.
W. D. Wall, with the Simmons
Hardware Company, was call
ing on trade here today.
Two furnished rooms for light
housekeeping for rent, 403 Le
ona St. 53dt.f |
Miss Thadees Kinman left!
this afternoon for Forrest City j
to visit friends. j
For Rent—4 room cottage. !
Apply to Mrs. L. B. Grant, 403
j Leona St. 53dtf
Mrs. Ben White has been con
fined to her bed quite sick for
the past few days
For sale, at a bargain— Three
burner gasoline range, in good
condition, at 207 Hazel. 57d3
Mrs. J. R. Davis and children,
who have been living at Con
way, were here yesterday re
| turning to Auvergne,
j Mrs. W. C. Ratliff of Bates
| ville was here this morning go
| ing to Marshall, Texas, to visit
| relatives.
For Rent One house across
| the lake. Apply to E. H. Wish
| c > 41dtf.
Mr. and Mrs. W. D. Williams
I of Jacksonport spent Thursday
I in our city.
| Mrs. James Kesham of Hele
| na, formerly Miss Margaret Ba
| ker, returned home this after
| noon after a short visit to
| Newport friends.
Oak and hickory wood— any
| size load for sale. Special prices
j on car lots. Jno. R. Loftin, Jr
| Phone 58. 59dtf.
| John D. Neal is at Searcy vis
j iting his mother for a day or so.
j Taylor Dowell, Mrs- Ida Dow
| ell and their guest Prof. H. D.
j Tovey, director of music at the
j state university, drove to our
city in their car yesterday.
Misses Seddie Meeker and Jo
sie Verhoff of Newark, who
have been attending the teach
ers’ institute here all week, re
turned home today.
Cedar Fence Posts, Sash,
Doors, Lumber. Shingles, Brick
and Cement.—Hubert’s Lumber
Yard, lower end Front st. 33btf
Clayton Hailey, a progressive
merchant of McCrory and Miss
Jessamine Perrin, a popular
teacher in the Batesville pub
lic school, were married Wednes
day evening and were through
| here that evening going home.
Don’t forget to secure your
tickets early fo rthe boat ex
|on the steamboat excursion on
cursion next Tuesday night on
the City of Muskogee. Fare 50c.
I dl.
I Samuel Salaviov of Poland, :
| who has been in New York City
for seven months, is in the city 1
enjoying a visit to his sister,
Mrs. Morris Solomon.
Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Gibson
spent today in our city on their .
return home from the Elks;
convention at Little Rock- Both
were very enthusiastic over the
convention, which was one of
the n*ost largely attended of
any state gathering. They also
stated that in the Elks parade
the Newport car decorated and
driven by Eugene Wallace, won
third prize in the contest.
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state of Ohio, City of Toledo, <
Luca* county. ,'**•
Frank j. Cheney make* oath that he ie aenlr*
partner of the firm or 1 J. ohenki a Co., dome
business In the City of Toledo, Count} and State
, Aforesaid, ami that said linn will >« tin sun. ,,t
ONE HUNDRED DOLLAR* hr each ami a,
rase of Catarrh that «m»oi he cureo ny the use . '
Hall s Catarrh cure.
1 >1 AUK J. <’ MINI
Sworn to before me and mil ‘bribed m my pM-w-nce
*tns tilI. day of December, A. D., iksii.
. A. W. GLEASON,
j i BaL > Notary Public.
I’all’s Catarrh Cure is taken internally and e.’h
| irretiy upon thu brood ami mucous surlaee* ot tie
system. Send for testimonials, free.
P. J. CHLNEV 4 CO., Toledo O
Sold by all Drteslsts, 7 No.
'.nst Hall's family l Air lor to .bjpatiou.
..
j Photos of the better sort—
Parker, 2nd and Laurel, Phone
1350. Id
Mrs. Tom Jones of Kenyon
and Miss Roberta Frances of I
! ronton, Mo., were in our city
| today shopping.
Cali Sam Benty about the Va
I euum Cleaner, the only sanitary
i way. TeJephone 117. 304dtf
Free for the next thirty days
110 bundles of kindling extra with
each load of kindling. Dean
!& Hocking. 60dtf
We invite you to call and in
Jspect our stock of jewelry, sil
'verware, diamonds, watches etc.
!We do repair work promptly.—
! Newport Jewelry Co. 23dtf.
Miss Lucy Fitzhugh of Bates
ville was here last evening go
ing to Little Rock to visit Mrs.
Coffin. . -,.1—
The Iron Mountain has a sum
mer tourist rate on sale daily
ol $10.70 to St. Louis and re
turn, sale of tickets commencing
the first of June, good to return
October 31. 54d6t
Is your vision bad? Perhaps
you need glasses or new lenses,
if you are already wearing them.
—Newport Jewelry Co., Hazel
Hotel Bld’g. 23dtf.
W. N. Dunaway, Dibrell
Vaughn, C. J. Saenger and Dr.
Carroll returned last evening
from the big Elks convention at
Little Rock
If you want to enjoy a cool,
pleasant evening, come and go
on the steamboat excursion on
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VHty VI iUUOIWgtC I UVO"
day night, given under the aus
pices of the Christian Endeav
or Society of the First Christian
Church, next Tuesday night, the
boat leaving promptly at 8 o’
clock- Tickets on sale at J. D.
Carvell’s Dry Goods Store and
W. E. Bevens' Drug Store. dl
Mr. and Mrs- Frank Innis and
their guests, Miss Lillie Stall
ings and Miss Myrtle Brazeale,
of Newport, who have been en
joying an outing on the river
for several days, arrived home i
Sunday.—Cotter Courier.
Found—An Elks ring. Own
er may have same by calling at
this office and paying for ad
and reasonable reward to finder
46d3.
Prof, and Mrs. E. C. Bland
ford of the Arkansas College ■
faculty were here from Bates
ville yesterday en route to Den
ver, Colorado, for his health
A letter from Mrs. Paul i.|
states that Colonel Paul is not
ooing quite so well, but hopes
Ihe resort will soon prove bene-1
ficial. Mr. and Mrs- Paul are 1
in Hot Springs and the Tnde- !
pendent with other friends, i
hopes to have better news soon. '
Mrs. D. W. Bryant returned '
Wednesday afternoon from a ;
several weeks’ stay to her old .
home in Kentucky.
Drayage of all kinds handled 1
promptly. Phone No. 10. —
Chester Robinson. lSdtf. •
Prof. J. L- Bond, state super
intendent of elementary educa
tion, spent Thursday here, at
tending the institute.
Hot weather is coming. Bet
ter have that fan cleaned before j
you need it. See Sam Denty, e
lectrician, about it. 30dtf
Sam Bennett and Ellwood Neal
and Earl Wishon arrived home
last evening from Little Rock,
where they spent the week at
the Elks convention.
Two or three connecting
rooms for rent- 519 Walnut St.
56d6t
Misses Myrtie and Louise
Kitchens and Jennie Burke of
Helena are expected next week
to visit Newport friends during
Chautauqua 'week
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| largains *
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K for_-.15c £
^ 2 cans Royal Seal
jue Oats-25c "J
yp 2 package? Grape ^ Ire
^ Nuts —--2jc
Hri 2 Heinz’ Beans-25c |g»
20 lbs. Granulated cane “J
ye Sugar-$1.00 a?
^ 5 gallons Headlight oil ^
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^ Country Meal, Self-rising jjj
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|j; Beech and Third Streets. Sfi 1
The Silent Breeze-Maker
CL The Emerson special model “Residence Type” oscil
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CL Brings quiet relief from heat—just the rush of cool
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