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THE DAILY SOLIPHONE
J. R. TAYLOR, Editor and Mgr.
R. C. WRIGHT, City Editor.
PntUa&edrevery'’Afternoon except Sunday
Bntared at the Poetoffice at Paragould, Ark.,
pa eycond-claia mail matter.
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.♦‘The North Arkansas Miners’ Associa
tion will make a complete exhibit of zino
And lead at the World’s Fair,” said Mr.
J, K. Newman, President of the Associa
tion and editor of the Harrison, Ark.,
Times, who was a visitor at World’s Fair
headquarters this week. The North Ark
ansas Miners’ Association covers 12 coun
ties.
An octogenarian marriage is on the tapis
tor Greene county. Announcement is made
that old man Spencer, who keeps the
Hopkins toll bridge and who is S‘2, is to
marry Aunt Nancy Cravens, 7fi. We hope
there will be no parental objections to the
proposed union of these two foolish young
people.
The republican party in Arkansas is cut
ting a caper as if they really had a pros
pest of electing somebody for something
, When in reality they couidh’t elect a hod
Carr.er for the democratic mud mill.
1! iJ-U———Hi
4Pi»e M6t»roe.Cou«tyCltileo, published ai
Brinkley by W. B. Williams, has passed
its tenth mile post and is one of oui
sprightliest exchanges. We wish the Citi
nen continued prosperity and loDg life.
Harry Meyers is getting bis name in tbt
papers—but Harry was always a liberal
advertiser.
Beats the Volcanoes.
[Nettletton Plalndealer.]
Arkansas has no volcanic eruptions, no
mine horrors, no cyclones, no race wars
nor Carrie Nations, but when it comes to
rapid fire self-cockingsensational surprises
she has a little governor with a big name,
who can give the above named mixture of
freaks 39 points out of 50 and then grand
discount the whole out-tit without chalk*
ing his cue.
Atlanta to the Front.
[Commercial - Appeal .1
Atlanta was wild with envy for a while
b30ause sbe had no Mont Pelee and Mar
tinique disaster to blow about; but one of
har young men very generously entered a
church during services and shot a young
lady in the back which gave Atlanta a
chance to be beari from. As an advertise
ment it is not as good as the reports from
Martinique, but it helps some.
A False Prophet.
[Pine Bluff Press-Eagle.J
Senator Jenes, of this State, has gone to
.predicting again. This time he gives the
repuViiv of Cuba Just two years to endure,
as be cahnet possibly see bow it can long
survive bit ,enforced retirement from the
Senate next spring.
A Valid Excuse.
[Corning Leader.)
We would go over to London and see
Edward try on bis new head piece and
congratulate him on his success in being
born as he was If it were not for the vol
canic eruption which has destroyed our
bauk account.
Don’t Start Wrong.
Don’t start the summer with a linger
ing cough or ccld. We all know what
a “summer cold” is. It’s the hardest
kind to cure. Often it “hangs on”
through the entire season. Take it in
hand right now; A few doses of One
Minute Cough Cure will set. you right.
Sure cure for coughs, colds, croup, grip,
bronchitis, all throat and lung troubles.
Absolutely safe. Acts at once. Children
like it. “One Minute Cough Cure is
the best cough medicine I eyor used,”
says J. H. Bowles, Groveton, N. H “I
.never found anj thing else that acted sc
safely and quickly. The Globe Drug
Store.
3 nice fat ma<l%Tal for 25 cents at
Newsom’s. /' d 8fc
Buy garden hose at $ to 15 cents a
fox with a iawn ony' ■ o at J. B.
Avera’s. V tf
I We ire Sot in tie I
I
I Bu; selling for cash. That’s why we can sell good I
We Have Just Received
I a big line of Men’s, Boys’ and children’s summer suits,
I pants and underwear, together with a handsome line of
I furnishings and hosiery, which we are selling at trade
I winning prices.
You are never one day too late to get a bargain |
at our store. It’s every day in the week.
We are making
Special Cut Prices
on men’s, ladies’ and misses low cut shoes this week.
Yours to please,
I t.
NEELY’S OLD STAND,
Klausmann’s Celebrated Beck Reel
in kegs and bota/s now ready for ship
ment. Sendyirders to J. B. Kirchoff
Cardwell Mo ^tf
You can get the Commercial-Appeal
every morning at Biick/ Wood’s Blue
Front. The best metrabjmtan newspaper
published in the soutly—J« T. (“Rod”
Rigsbee, Agent. tf
, N 0 fj .jffft
I To the Public: |
Having rented and fitted up the new/blacksmith |!
| shop (one door south of the Paragould found y and jg;
I machine shops I am now prepared to do a
Garni Elacbnith Easiness
' —ALSO— |
| % Fine - Horse - Shoeing & fj
I and all kinds of.buggy, wagon and machine repairing. I
I I have had many years of experience in this line of busi- y
| ness, and in soliciting a share of your patronago allow g
3 me to assure you that any work that may be entrusted to |i
me will receive my very best attention and will be done I
promptly in a neat and workmanlike manner at prices B
just as low as is consistent with good work.
Respectfully, |
W. H.WiiMnii j
Bicycles .. |
I do a general bicycle repairing business. From the V
simplest to the most complicated repairing done on V
short notice and at reasonable prices. Gnns repaired O
and for sale. V
Bicycles sold or rented. I will sell you a first-class O
second hand bicycle at $8.00 and up; a bran new one 0
at $12.00 and up—the very latest models. 0
All kinds of bicycle sundries^always in stock. 0
t Tinning. \ |
Anything you may want in thiAline. Pi-.pared to A
i K^do all kinds of first-class roofing on stiu. 1 notice. X
Roof painting and repairing a specialty. Wrii bo -K
jX pleased to furnish ostir ito. LOW'iST PRICES V:
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ANNOUNCEMENT.
FROM
'-Monday, June Snd,
EXTENDING THROUGH
Saturday, June fth.
Racket Store will conduct a full week bargain sale.,
second hand stock, no damaged goods of any kind; every dol
s worth of goods placed before the public will be fresh from
es—-this season’s goods, and will be sold at cost dur=
week.
Those of our patrons who have been doing business with us
years readily understand that we make no assertion that we
not prepared to sustain and will recognize this as an except
rtunity to save many a hard-earned dollar* Anything
stock of Ladies’ and Gents’ Furnishings, Hats, Caps,
this clearing sale will be sold at cost!
that is to be carried no further than in print,
w that we are not concocting a scheme by
undeserved patronage. Our prices
you.
Monday, June 2, through Satur=:
■'' / .
• •• ' •. ‘i . * v . ' : •• ‘ . $ ■' "i' \ • 1
I through the hot
«
summer months
need no longer
j bother you. Be
low is the cool- ;
i est receipt ever
dreamed of:
RECEIPT:
Yiz: Take 19
steps up the
Golden Stairs,
buy all your |
Tailor I
Made *
Clothes
from Sid Thomp
I son, who guai
1 antees to save
| you Cool Cash
I enough to keep
1 you cool a/1
summer. This
j receipt never
fail f
no difference
1, s
| how warm the)
I are. Th
5 17 A II 4 A /u
guarantee thrt
typewriter.
Bast oral r : iilaussmaan’e Back
P;™ '■« Keka nu
Bott ‘dor to J, B. Kircbo.it
^“ra«e- -ao. ut,
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