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Don’t F'orget a Mutual Weekly
—Free for the Ladies, also
In two reels
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ADMISSION, 5c and 10c
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TongHt and Tuesday generally
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$50,000 to loan on city proper
ty. C. R. Hite. 64d6.
Judge R. E- Jeffery is at Heber
Springs for several days.

Hickory wood for sale. See <
| Will Risner or phone 246- 25dtf |
For rent—Nictly furnished
front room. Apply 215 Vine
street. \ dtf.
Little Katherine Erwin, who
has been very ill, is much im
$50,000 to loan on city proper
ty. C. R. Hite. 64d6.
Try Virtue's Little Liver Pills
at the City Drug Store. 69btf
2,000 bushels com for sale at
65c at crib.—J. H. Keel. 34btf
Cedar Fence Posts, Sash,
Doors, Lumber, Shingles, Brick
and Cement.—Hubert’s Lumber
Yard, lower end Front st. 33btf
Clear, white clothes are a
sign that the house keeper uses
Red Cross Ball Blue. Large 2
oz. package 5 cents.
For Rent—4 room cottage.
Apply to Mrs. L. B. Grant, 403
Leona St. 53dtf
Sam Leavitt, manager of the
Grossman & Solomon stores at
Walnut Ridge, spent Sunday in
our city.
Knox mends shoes cheap. 11 j
Walnut street. dtf
Miss Sophia Heinemann left
this morning for her home at
Oak and hickory wood— any
size load for sale. Special prices t
on car lots. Jno. R. Loftin, Jr
Phone 58. 59dlf.
Want to buy good, gentle
horse. M. W. Burkett, New
port, Ark- w2.
$50,000 to loan on city proper
ty. C. R. Hite. 64d6. j
O’Cedar Mops, in two sizes, j
$1.00 and $1-50, at Hayden & j
Co. 65d6t
Lyman F. Reeder of Batesville
came down on the local this
Palm Beach suits cleaned and
pressed for 50c at Barker’s
Your Account
Is In vlted
Accounts subject
to check are invit
ed in any amounts
There is no red tape
and every courtesy
and consideration |
| will be shown you.
Your money is
protected by our
large Capital and j
Surplus and by U- ;
[ ,nlted States Gov
; ernment supervis
v ion. Our officers
will be pleased to
talk over any mat
ters pertaining to
your banking re
Open an account
prottction of this
today and gain the
old, sound bank.
The Back With the Big Surplus
7 .
300 Chautauqua chickens at
Bowen’s Cash Store- 68d5t.
Misses Retha and Sallie Best
of Newark were shoping in our
‘ town for a few hours this morn
G. M. Lewis and E- S. Hinkle
of Batesville were here this
morning, going out on the main
Mr. and Mrs. Tom Owen and
(little daughter, Elizabeth, ha%e
| returned from a week’s visit to
his mother at Sulphur Rock.
Captain S. E. Dent of Little
Rock spent today in our city,
meeting his many friends while
en route to Riverside.
Railroad Company Wins.
United Press Dispatch.
Washington, D. C., June 21. —
The supreme court has decided
in favor of the Southern Pacif
ic in the California oil land cas
es. . .
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White’s Cash
® Bargains *
njg 2 bars 10c toilet soap BC
for_ 15c 2
jari 2 cans Koyal Seal
Oats-25c IK
gjE 2 packages Grape ^
Nuts__1_25c m
a™ 2 Heinz’Beans_25c
m 20 lbs. Granulated cane ■*!
Jgjjj Sugai..$1.00-W
5 gallons Headlight oil G£|
in 5 gallon never-fail gg.
affi can—can guaranteed
for 5 years—for___$1.75 IK
IK Country Meal, Self-rising ®
Flour, Homemade Sor- ffi
jue ghum, Butter, Eggs, MB *
* Fruits and Vegetables.
Phone 167—Special DePy uj
sP. S. WHITE *
Bpi Beech and Third Streets. UK
t I
eather |
eeds I
5 Our stock of Summer Goods is com- g
plete, well selected, and contains S
the many articles necessary for com- S
fort and convenience these hot days. ||
We illustrate two special values we S
areoffering for a short time. £
** ZAO
Folds Flat—Adjustable^Hood
Thir Elding sidewalk sulky with
adjustable top is just the thing for taking
baby out in these hot afternoons. It
sells regularly for $6.50 and is truly a
remarkable bargain at.$4.95
||| Made of Hardwoo4—42 in. Long S
£ Complete With Chains . Sc
m This is the remarkable $2.50 value II
3» in porch swing which has caused so H
11 many people to wonder how we can do
p it. We have a few more left. Don’t
m wait too long.
m We have a full line of porch and lawn fumi
1 ture, Lawn and Porch Swings, Porch Shades, Re
X frigerators, Ice Cream Freezers, Lawn Mowers,
| Rubber Hose, Oil Cook Stoves and Seasonable
H Summer Goods. See us before you buy.
I Wolff-Goldman
I iv n . *1
For Kent One house across
the lake. Apply to E. H. Wish
er*. 41dtf.
Log teams wanted, Muirhead
Lumber Company, Weldon, Ark.
For Rent—Three unfurnished
rooms. 416 Laurel St. 70dtf
Mr. and Mrs. W B. Robinson
left last evening for Rochester,
Minnesota, where Mrs. Robinson
will enter the Mayo Bros. Sani
tarium for treatment.
The Iron Mountain has a sum
mer tourist rate on sale daily
ot $10.70 to St. Louis and re
turn, sale of tickets commencing
the first of June, good to return
October 31. 54d6t
Mr. and Mrs. Marion Dickens
left Sunday for a week’s visit to
Motorcycle for sale. 1914 In
dian model, good as new, used
for demonstration purposes, for
$150. Can be seen at R- H. Hun
ter’s, Tuckerman, Ark. 64dtf
U are next—shines 5 cents.—
Sisson’s Billiard Parlor. 44dlm
Room and board in private
family. Enquire at 318 Elm
street. 61 d6
Fred L. Lynch of Parkersburg,
West Virginia, was the guest
Sunday of Miss Maude Kidd.
For Rent—Three unfurnished
rooms, water free. 1522 Bryant
Avenue. 66d3t
For Rent—One 9 room resi
dence, suitable for boarding
house, about two blocks from
button factory and veneering
plant. Apply to J. W. Wallace,
Stavton Building. Phone 380.
Rev. B. L. Wilford returned to
Tuckerman Sunday afternoon,
where he will be all the week in
a revival meeting.
Call Sam Dentv about the Va
cuum Cleaner, the only sanitary
wav. Telephone 117. 304dtf
Hot weather is coming. Bet
ter have that fan cleaned before
you need it. See Sam Denty, e
lectrician, about it. 30dtf
Mrs. F. J. Harmon arrived
Saturday from a month’s visit
to her parents at Houston, Mo.
She was accompanied home by
Miss Harmon, who will make
her a visit.
or ©mo, cm or Ttumti. i
L«*( county. !'ss
Frank j. Cheney ma'&ve oath that he \n nenla
partner of the firm or F. J. Cheney A Co., '.loins
business Id the City of Toledo, County and State
atoresald, and that said linn will pay the sum o
ONE HUNDRED DOLLARS for each and ever
case of Catarrh that onnuev be cureti Dy the use o'
Hall's Catarrh Cure.
hworn to before me and subscribed Ui my presence
-hie fith day of December, A. D., 1888.
—1— a .. A. \V. GLEASON, *
< seal > Notary Public.
Fall's Catarrh Cure is taken Internally and act
•Mrecttjr upon tin blood and mucous surfaces of th«
system. Send for testimonials, free.
F J. CHENEV & CO.. Toledo O
Sold by all Druggists, 7 6c.
Takt Hall's family nil lor const! pat km
Price’s Bookstore for Fishing
Tackle. 67btf.
Women—Sell guaranteed hosi
ery to friends and neighbors,
make $10 daily. Experience un
necessary. International Mills,
Box 4029, West Philadelphia, Pa.
For Rent—One 5 room mod
ern cottage, hot and cold water
on Main street. Apply to J. W.
Wallace, Phone 380, Office, Stay
ton Bldg. 68dtf.
J. M. Gibson and Mrs. Harry
Toland drove in from Grubbs
this morning and spent the day.
Dyers Meat Market will be
ready for business Saturday,
June 20. d3.
Harry Grimes will leave to
morrow morning for a week’s
i stay at Hot Springs.
I Free for the next thirty days
110 bundles of kindling extra with
each load of kindling. Dean
& Hocking. 60dtf
M. B. Hare was up from Au
vergne today on a short business
The regular semi-annual
| meeting of the shareholders of
‘this bank will be held in the
banking house of said ban.k on
Tuesday, July 14, 1914.—
i First National Bank, Newport,
W. T. Parish,
66d24t Cashier.
Drayage of all kinds handled
i promptly. Phone No. 10. —
: Chester Robinson. 18dtf.
Miss Louise Ferguson returned
home to Augusta this afternoon,
after a few days’ pleasant visit
to relatives here.
Information concerning the
whereabouts, or death of one
Thomas Pollitt an Englishman,
who years ago lived near Balch
will be appreciated by his rela
tives in England. No reward
will be given but information
either first or second hand will
be appreciated.
Ira T. Winfrey,
District Deputy W- 0. W.
13w3dl Camden, Ark.
For Rent—One front fur
nished room. 204 Laurel
street. 66d6
Mrs. T- J. Gregg and her little
daughter, Fannie Gregg, left on
Sunday morning for Rochester,
Minn., where the little girl is to
be treated at Mayo Brothers’
Don’t miss the opening at
Dyer’s Market, 216 Front street,
Saturday, June 20. d3.
Do Your Clothes Look Yellow!
If so, use Red Cross Ball Blue.
Tt will make them white as snow.
Large 2 ©z. package 6 cts.
The Silent Breeze-Maker
V WwdkV'
C. The Emerson special model “Residence Type” oscil
lating fan can be a daily factor in the comfort of your
home. No other gives the same results. The finest
fan for living room, dining room or bedroom. r T
C, Brings quiet relief from heat—just the rush of cool
ing breeze. *
O, Easiest to adjust. Costs little to run. Guaranteed
five years by the factory. Why not have one? f
IBuv Your
SB Spring Suit
^ We have them
^ on display now
^ —the newest ones
Jjj? —and the great
er est selection vou
^5 have ever had the
^ chance to look at.
^Comc today ;
ju| don’t wait until
^ they are picked i
^ over.
You know the kind
|K^ we handle—HART,
£fi MARX and EDER
¥ will welcome
Sra you any day
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