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The Daily soliphone. (Paragould, Ark.) 1???-1911, May 31, 1902, Image 3

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uuua ui iww to maintain the body Curtail this variety
_ is underfed. It is for this reason that a diet is injurious,
t digest good food your stomach is out of order and needs
annot go without food for that would mean starvation,
sia Cure will digest what you eat without the stomach s aid.
u can rest your stomach without interrupting digestion.
Ifefs mtnrp’q o¥n remedy. Never fails. Anderson Riggs, Sunny Lane,
TV* “lAas troubled with indigestion ten years and tried many
t^in^eel?ngSbe^™than*?n 'fi ve^ears and moreUke a Sy^an i ntwenty™
(Cures All Stomaoh Troubles.
PrpnTrPd hv E C. riPlhtt & Co.. Chicago. The $1. bottle contains 2K times the 50c. size.
•SsisAfroniF u/iTT’g "IIC" C|| t/F iKSsSSS
SSi'KSi’iSawBtlwII I bnirn OilLiL»>.< ■„ »..»«»
For Sale at Globe Drug Store.
LOCAL NEWS
_
The sun rose this morning at ^-37 and
:^Bets this* evening at 7:18. Th? moon
rises in the morniog at 1:18.
Arkansas weather—Fair Sfturday;
warmer in central part. Sundsy« lair*
Mi*1 AlSha Ligon is ill today
Indian Herbs, the cheapest sad best
j: medicine on earth. d lit w 2t
Miss Leila Head entertaiied the
Mandolin Club last night.
Hon. J. W. Dollison is in jib® city
s from Rector today.
H. J. Wrape, is Ja business visitor
■ w tuo wiy xiuui ovi juuuio luuctyi
t Indian HerbB, the cheapest ^ord best
1 medicine on earth. d'12tw 2t
;• yS _ \
i The band will give an open ai: con
cert on Potter’s balcony at 8 o'eioek to
Knight.
Potato slips for sale at Jnjp, R«eves’
grocery. V d,l®
Mrs. Wm. Little and family, of
y, Center Hill neighborhood, are shopping
P. in the dt> today.
Rev. J. N. Robertson left tVa morn
ing for Mississippi county, yhere be
has an a ’ipoiiurnent for Sunday.
All sorts and grades pE garjenhose
from 8 to 15 cents a fo^ a‘ J.B.Avera’s
J. M. Lowe returned home Horn St.
Louis nis morning. Ho h/s oeen
there all is week on b\ ness:
it Webber le ■ ; V before
Louis and H anitjti. Mo.,
will be the g lest of riends
es for three : four Meeks.
■ .owRanmnw • -«4 r*
Richard Berry, of Jonesboro, came
in on business last nigh% and went out
ti Cardwell this morning.
Mr. and Mrs. Will Justice leave for
St. Louis, on the excursion tonight.
They are going to visit the family of
Will Poindexter, on Geyer Ave.
Knox & Woodburn have improved the
general appearance of -their store and
provided ccmfort by placing up a hand
some awning and a pretty screen front.
Misses Laura CoHier and Amy Rogers,
returned home from Searcy yesterday
morning,where they had been attending
Galloway College.
Heniy Crumpton arrived in the city
from Springfield, Mo., last night. He
has been employed there for several
weeks, and came to spend Sunday with
VirvmA fnllra.
Little Miss Macon Elliott left this
morning for Caruthersvil’e, Mo., where
she will visit her brother, Aubiey
Elliott and wife. She will probably re
main all summer.
Like a Drowning Man.
“Five years ago a disease the doctors
called dyspepsia took such hold of me
that I could scarcely go.” writes Geo.
S. Marsh, well-known attorney of No
cona, Tex. “I took quantities of pep
sin and other medicines but nothing
helped me. As a drowning man grabs
I at a straw I grabbed at Kodol. I felt
an improvement at once and after a few
bottles am sound and well.” Kodol is
the only preparation which exactly re
produces the natural digestive juices
j ana consequently is the only one which
i digests any good food and cures any
form of stomach tronble. The Globe
j Drug Store.
V -C.'—:--z.nr-mr l «--r—
R — *. .1 l:l always be made when selecting
I «:i t. ic’e op . t! ' roper working of
1 which the happint-s of the family de
I pends. In selecting a “Quick Meal”
Stove vou take no chances—you go ab
surt.
Meal” Stove will do all that
can do
AND BOILING,
AND BROILINO,
FRYING AND ROASTING,
STEWING AND TOASTING,
it does it so much quicker, nicer,
, cleaner and oh! so much easier,
sale of the “Quick Meal”
is due to its Merits—to nothing
It is the BEST.
e by J. B. AVERA.
A. G. CLYNE, M. D. I
lodicaliGollego, Graduate of Hospital College of %
Mo. Medicine, Louisville, Ky., with <§>
honors. Member of American <4>
Medical Association and Arkansas
Medical Sock-tv.
. MARKHAM & CLYNE, 1
I
Physicians and Surgeons. f
■yvwv *
rson street, Between Grtezard's Dru^ Store and x
l'.ankorCo: ■> ' Office pbocc 6; Dr. Markham’s Re phone 102. |
? • ' **’♦*$' •' * N c-iv..
Indian HerbsJ tityj cheapest and best
medicine on earttf. d 12t w Jt
Bob Gotset?( r.nd J. M. Ramsey,
worthy citizen? of Mavm>dvke paid the
Soliphone a bus ness call Ihs marr
ing.
Misses ‘Emms, Maggie and Mabel
Jackson arrived in the city from Searcy
this mbrning. They have Deen attend
ing Galloway College.
MiS3 Ola Trice left this morning for
Tiptonville, Tenn„ where she will be
the guest of relatives and friends. She
may be'away a month, and will also
visit Hickman, Ky.
Mrs. Jane Cribbs, an old and respect
ed woman living near Marmaduke died
at her home yesterday afternoon. Mrs.
Cribbs was a widow and was one of the
oldest persons in the county, being in
the neighborhood of 80.
We Have for
Tomorrow..
PINE APPLES,
ORANGES, BANANAS,
TOMATOES,
CUCUMBERS
ANin OUI IRARR
Watch space for new goods
daily. We will be headquar
ters foi/ fancy fruits and veg
etables;
S. T. Whitlock & Co.
Indian Herbs, ^he'cheapest and best
medicine on earthv d 12t w 2t
Mrs. J. M. Stark and daughters,
Misses Ma y, Sophia and Ruth, arrived
ia the city oa the north-bound Iron
Mountain local yesterday evening, from
Lebanon Junction, Ky. They are the
guests of Mrs. Stark’s mother, Mrs.
Potter, and family,
The promoters of the dancing pavilion
mat with the band boys last night and
discussed their proposed enterprise. It
being practice night with the band the
organization did not take the matter
up, but will call a special meeting to
consider the ad, irsabiiity of joining in
an effort to push the project to success.
However, the enterprise is heartily
favored and it is probable that acive
steps will be taken toward buildin > t
Enjoy a cool, pleasant shave
at the Crescexx Barber Shop.
Excellent se.viee, cordial at
tention. Fine B.-th Rooms.
—Graham & Waddell, Prop rs
Looh for the Trai ' '.firhs— ;•
the signs of quaiit:
.
Kalamazoo Corset j
|Company^MaKers1
SOLD BY
W. A. *McLEOP.
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LatestTits Just
Receivei from the
Publishing House.
voUl.
“Loraine,” byFred J. Hamill. ,
“Will my soulWss through old
Ireland?” by Vin4nt P. Bryan.
“It’s hard to iave your girl
behind,” by Paul lames.
“It’s Better Sor by Michael
Watson. 1
“The Story of tie Rose,” by
Andrew Maek,
“Only a Pair of Hue Eyes,” by
Chas. H. Shepard. ,
“The Army of flalf Starved
Men,” by Paul Dresner.
“Any Old Place I Oan Hang My
Hat.” by Jerome,
“Phrenologist Coon,” by Ernest
Hogan.
“The Old Postmaster,” by Ed
ward B. Marks.
“Gaze Upon My Diamond Pin,”
by Fred Brown.
“Bill Bailey, Won’t You Please
Como Home?” by Cannon.
“If I Was a Billionaire,” by
Ed Rogers.
“It Camnot Be,” by Trevelyan.
“My Fairy Coon,” by Chilvers.
“Ridden off to Dreamland,” by |
TiflwrpiiPA
“The Jack O’ Lantern Man,”
by George Evans.
“Good Bye, Miss Sadie Green,”
bv Nell Brvan.
“No More Chop Sewie for Me,”
by Cannon.
“If I only Had a Dollah of My
Own,” by Nall Bryan.
“Fight for the Girl You Love,”
by Moore.
“Good Bye, Dollie Grey.” by
McClenndn.
“Ain’t Dat a Shame,” by Wal
ter WiBon.
“The Love Light in Your Eyes,”
by Edwards.
“The Convent Bells are Ring
ing,” by Witt.
“Don’t Wear Your Heart on
Tour Sleeve,” by Stearn.
“In the House of Too Much
Trouble,” b\ Helf.
“Excelsior,” a sublime sacred
song by Foil Silzer.
INSTRUMENAL.
“The Mississippi Bubble,”
march-two-si p, by Haines.
“Dreamy Eyes,” marcli-two
stap. by J. P. Lampe.
“A Black Smoke,” dance char
acteristic, b Johnson.
“Silks and lings,” vvaltzt bv
Fit Stone,
“Peaceful H airy,“ man- -two
step, by L rry Kelley.
“Mhialb ‘ bv Eust - a.
“Viola Waltzes,” by L. V.
Gustin.
“Harmonv dose,” bv Harry
Mills.
“Clorindu, march-two-step, oy
Haines.
“Sunny Susan,” march-two-step
by Frankensteen.
“Lazarre,” by II. E Lianne.
“Kentucky Jubilee Singers,” by
Carnes.
“Golf King,” march-two-step,
by Kocco Venn to.
“Melrose”’ march-two-step, by
Franiilin Lee.
“Creole Belles,” march-two
step, by Lampe.
“The Strollers,” march : -
step, by J. B. Chasseur.
“Belles of Society Walt: by
Walter Stark.
“Topsy Turvy,” march-two
step, by L. V. Gustin.
1' Handy Andy, ’ march-t vvo
stpri T.aa Erif»drnnn
“The Ser oh WalGe- ” by J.
W. Wesley.
“The Grasshoppers’ Hop,” by
Crosby.
“Guardians of Liberty,” march
two-step, by Albert Reid,
‘ ‘Bridesmaid,’’ march-two-step,
by Schleiffarth.
“With Fire and Sword,” march
two-step, by Johson.
“The Bos’n Rag,” march-two
step, by F. S. Stone.
“At a Kentucky Festibie,”
march-two-step, by Bart Barnes.
“Alice of Old Vincennes,”
waltzes, by Simpson.
“Misstress Nell,” waltzes, bvL
V. Gustin.
“Lady of Quality Waltzes,” by
F. S. Stone.
“Janice Meridith Waltzes,” by
L. V. Gustin.
“Flipity Flop,” march-two-step,
by Dougherty.
“Carmelita,” a Mexican dance,
by L. V. Gustin.
“Ma Rag Time Baby,” march
two-step.
I have classical, vocal and in
strumental music, too numerous to
mention ; also instructors and mu
sical merchandise, and the finest
stock of pianos and organs that
was ever exhibited in Kortheast
Arkansas that cun be bought on
i very easy payment •. Vy discounts
I on she<»t music arc 20 , 30 JO and
150 p< ■ cent from regular price.
I would be glad is. show any »nt
I my stocK of good* v* they
; • • • is* iafW' y =rv- WPM
til
whenip
Wanting p
Good I
Clothes: p
Be measured by a tailor if you want a fit.
Get a man’s judgment of quality, that has
handled goods long enough to know good- from
shoddy.
Pay enough to justify making and trimming
properly.
Know that goods and linings are shrunk be
fore being made.
Know that all seams are sewed with silk;
prevents rips.
Know that buttons are sewed on well, not
stuck on.
Dress as well as you can afford; it will pay
you.
Have your clothes cieund and pressed often;
it saves them.
All things being equal, patronize your local ;
tailor. 1 4
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W. C. Greene!
i
Paragould’s Tailor. j
Successor to Thompson & Neely. j
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wamumm KXmsmSSLMA ■**■'*'<
TIN WORK
and PLUMBING.
• .
—That is what wd are here for, and
we are here to stay. No joke oor
bluff about it. L • 1
Located on Couft Street, Old
City Meat Market building.
Paragould PfumbinglJCo.,
M. COOPER, MANAGES.
i-'iiONE 116.
Highest Prices Paid
- Por kileiien and household
furuistiiDgs. All kinds of second
band supplies for sale.
I also do alV kinds of furniture
repairing. Fireglass work at low
est prices. J
If you have /urniture for sale or
wish to buy, 6ee- ine. I will treat
you rigth. Store on N. Pruet St.
G. W. GIBSON.
i
TINNERS
Tin Roofing, Steel Roofing, Pa
per Roofing, >Valley Tin, Metal
Paint, MetaPCfeilJng, Metal Flues,
Stove Pipe. Repairs furnished
for Call kinds /of stoves. Camp
stoves on hanf. Will repair, black
and place heaters for winter. Job
work of all kinds. Prices reason
able. All work guaranteed.
Puckett & Lindsey
Next door to Soliphone.
——— :*iSewm.»
Neglect Means Danger.
Don’t neglect biliousness and consti
pation. Your health will suffer perma
nently if you do. DeWitt’s Little*
Early Risers euro such cases. M. B.
Sinitti, Butternut, Mich., says ”De
Witt’s Little Early Risers are the moat^
satisfactory pills I ever took. Never
gripe or cause nausea.” The Globe
Drug Store.
Crow
T!
The place where yoy'
i' .ilii i,-.ro'J.;hlji t ■.’liphrie V:l]
best poods the inarrot affords
in the grocery line. Staple
poods, splend itij jfarlety of
Ashing and picnw parties.
Lowest
consistent with first class goods
vice. We appreciate patronage
our patrons for past favors.
Crowell &
NORTH PHUET
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