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District Offices. For Congress: S. BRUNDIDGE, JR. For Circuit Judge: F. D. FUI,KK,RSON. For Prosecuting Attorney: W. A. OI.DFIEED. County Offices. For Representative: JOHN H. KEEL. For Sheriff: R. W. BANDY. For Circuit Clerk: JAMES S. JONES. For County Cferk: E. I,. BOYCE. For #r>unty and Probate Judge J. M. JONES. For County Treasurer: W. A. JOYCE. For Surveyor: H. S. SIMMONS. For Assessor: PASSMORE WHITE. For Coroner: F. J. HARRISON. Township Offices. For Justices of the Peace: J. J. MARTIN. GUY SMITH. I/UCIAN B. HARRIS. For Constable: R. M. EAIRD. Wleatber forecast. Washington, May 2 2.—Forecast for Ar kansas: Partly cloudy Friday: probably .how::rs and cooler Saturday; fair. J ABOUT PEOPLE—MAINLY. \ When? Huffman’s kisses are the best, d.tf Huffman runs the only bread wagon Grocery. d 19 Huffman can bake cakes for the most fastidious. d-tf For your six o’clock breakfast order Huffman’s light rolls, fresh baked. 4-dtf Distilled water can be secured at the plant of the Newport Ice Company at 5 cents a gallon. 4-dtf When? The front fell in but Jack the barber is still doing business. Easy shaves and good haircuts, that’s the place. dtf For Rent. A cool neatly furnished room for two gentlemen, with or without board Apply to 304 Haze Street. 23d6t Mrs. N. L. Tilghman and sister Miss Hazel Jones expect to leave in the morning for the former’s home in Little Rock. Ed Leake, formerly an operator at Ratesville for seven years, was here Friday on his way to Little Rock after a visit so that town. Huffman’s candies are the best on the market—the three leading candy firms of St. Louis and the leading one of Little Rock, say so. 276-dtf Miss Willie Ferguson, the daughter of Senator W. E. Ferguson came up from Augusta Thursday afternoon and is visiting the family of L. Minor. Inmoo T loiioo io 4- n L o -------I-I your orders for custom made shirts or anything in gentlemen’s furnishing goods. Nice line of samples. 28dtf Dr. J. M. Jones returned Friday morning from St. Louis, where he took his wife to the Protestant Hospital. Mrs. Jones stood the trip most satisfactorily. W. Mt Fishbaek, son of Ex-Governor Fishback of Ft. Smith, is visiting his friend and classmate John H. Keel. He will be here several days and is selling typewriters. Fine blue grass pasturage in Rollen Bend, $0.75 a month. Will be re sponsible for any stock getting in pound pen. All stock carefully looked after and salted. 19d lmo. C. F. Deane, at ferry. Pearls, baroques and slugs. The highest prices paid by J. E. TULLY & CO., 14 Maiden Lane, New York. When? The Southern Hotel, of Ravenden Springs, Ark., is now open for guests. Lithia water for kidneys, liver and stomach troubles. 112 miles west of Memphis, on the Frisco System. Write for rates. Address. Manager, Southern Hotel. . 20dlm -Si—G— Dowell, of Walnut Itidge, a land agent of the Iron Mountain, was here Friday morning on business, re turning on the noon train. He sees a very bright future for his town in the acquisition of the Iron Mountain division point. Huffman bakes bread every day. Huffman’s cream bread takes the lead. Rock salt for ice cream at The Cash Grocery. d 19 W. D. Burd of Black Rock came down on No. 3 Friday. John Prewitt went to St. Louis Thursday and will be gone several days. For Rent—Six-room cottage, with bath room and large stable. Apply to Baxter Watson. 392-dtf. Mrs. F.sH. Heinrich went to Weldon Friday morning to spend a few days with relatives. For Rent—Two newly furnished up stair rooms. Hot and cold baths. Enquire 523 Hazel street. d-6t Hon. W. A. Oldfield, of Batesville, our next prosecuting attorney, was in Newport Friday on business. When? Miss Susie Jones returned from a pleasant visit to Miss Susie Ponder of Walnut Ridge on the noon train Fri day. Mrs. M. A. Ballew returned to Des Arc on the noon train Friday after a visit to her son A. M. Ballew and family. Huffman & Son serve ices, cream and cake and everything in that line to parties and receptions at reason able prices. d-298 For Sale: Good family horse, new harness and well made run about, at low price. Inquire at this office for particulars. d-2-tf. C. A. Windau purchased a handsome rosebud Friday morning from Charles Ring for $25.50. The piece was found on Rollen Bend. When? Mrs. H. E. Kyler and sister Miss Scott of Sulphur Rock, arrived on the noon train Friday and are the guests of Mr. and Mrs. Ed Phillips and Mr. and Mrs. H. R. Palmer. Leave your orders at the Cash Gro cery for the celebrated Gandy straw berries for Saturday and Sunday. Nothing finer and supply limited, so leave your orders early. 28d2t Any two persons wishing a fur nished room with board, man and wife preferred, call on Mrs. M. C. Lee, corner Third and Laurel streets. Day boarders also wanted. 3-d4w All our 50, 60 and 75 ct, corsets at 30 cts. See window at The Right Mace. dtf. M. K. Upshaw, whose injuries re ceived in the recent fire were quite painful and severe, was able to be at his post today at Wolff & Goldman’s for the first time since the unfortunate accident. When? Miss Elizabeth Watson returned on the noon train Friday from Clinton, Kentucky. We are sorry to state that her aunt Mrs. Martha Robinson is no better. O. D. Watson has also returned. Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Kittrell of Au gusta, whose wedding was related in Thursday’s Independent, were reg istered at the Capitol in Little Rock yesterday. From there they will re turn to Augusta their future home. Pearls and 51ugs=-Send your pearls and slugs to J. M. 0’Hara& Co.,wMem phis, Tenn. Best* prices and quickest returns. Miss Claire Johnson was hostess at a dinner yesterday given her friends Mrs. J. L. Sells, Misses Addie Garner and Marille Dillard. The day was spent with Miss Johnson, who made her guests forget the warmth by ices, palm leaf fans and her own charming personality. At the trial in the Mayor’s court Thursday afternoon of the two par ticipants to the fight occurring the preceding evening in front of the Planters House, Ed Woodle submitted and paid his line. Evidence was in troduced tending to show that the clerk was compelled to scrap in self defense. No further prosecution of his case may be made. When? The arrivals at the Hazel Thursday were F. W. Tucker, Clover Bend; J. A. Pettey, SedaliaMo.; R. P. Wilkins, E. C. Romine, J. J. Walton, Little Rock; J. TL -Me-OaH,_Powat.an; R, Gidcumb, Miss R. Morris, Dalias, Texas; N. E. Duffey, Dean Coleman, J. E. Rosebrough, Batesville; D. W. Scott, Poplar Bluff ; J. P. Breckin ridge, G. A. King, Choctaw, Oklaho ma & Gulf Railway. 1 Good Line Fancy Trimmed Parasols at HALF PRICE. Big Line of Corsets at HALF PRICE. First outside cuts of a line of sum mer lawns, piques ginghams and Fancy Figured Goods at HALF PRICE. P. S. Some few of these are slightly soiled on first yard or near the edges. 20 per cent off all Trimmed Hats as they are. THE RIGHT PLACE. J__ W. P. Wilkins, Jr., of Oxford, Mis sissippi, and an old friend of F. P. Skipwith was in Newport Thursday, representing a cotton gin manufac turing company. J. B. Woodin, from Lexa, Arkansas, who found the pearl reported in Thnrsrlnv’s nimfii- was hprfi Thlirsdav evening and is reported to have sent his pearl finds to a New York firm. R. F. Drummond returned Thursday evening from Little Rock, where he attended the annual session of the State Funeral Directors Association. The meeting was both interesting and instructive says Mr. Drummond and was attended by from 30 to 40 mem bers. When? -m i — • — > • REVIVAL AT THE CHRISTIAN CHURCH. — “The two faces of God” was th theme of an able and impressive dis course at the Christian church last night. Mr. Cline plainly showed from the Bible that God looks with favor upon those who do good, but his face is against evil doers. The question box continues to be an interesting feature of the meeting. A question was in last night asking Dr. Cline if he would consent to discuss publicly in debate the question of difference between the Christian church and that of any other church. He readily consented. Tonight he speaks on “The certainties of religion. ” JX Do You Suffer? Who se Fault? Your teeth may be bad, but you need not suffer. We’ll put them in good shape for you. Light cost slight pain. No pain at al if we can help it. We ar careful to get right at th difficulty to avoid needles working where it’s painful Set of Teeth for $5.00. Gold Crowns and Bridge work, $5.00 per tooth. A malgam fillings, 50c. Great reduction in all classes of Dental work for 60 days. All work guaranteed five years. BLACK BROS Painless Electro Dentai Parlors New Watson Building, opposite Depot NEWPORT, ARKANSAS. THE BANK OF NEWPORT * ' (Oldest and Largest Bank in the County). CAPITAL $50,000 — . —OFFICERS:..", — sr~ ;_ G W. Decker, President, A. D. Bailey, Vice-President R. M. Johnson, Cashier. T. D. Kinman, Asst. Cashier Directors:—A. D. Bailey, V. Y. Cook, G. W. Decker, John T. Flynn,* — Thos. J. Graham, J. W. Grubbs, R. M. Johnson, A. E. Shoffner, J. M. Stayton. We thank our patrons for the past year’s business out of which we are nabled to pay our stockholders their regular ten per cent dividend, find to dd to our surplus fund and reserve profit account 87414.99. = Capital, $50,000 -■-—— A GENERAL BANKING BUSINESS TRANSACTED, AND THE AC COUNTS OF MERCHANTS, MANUFACTURERS AND INDIVIDUALS SOLICITED. Directors:—T. J. Watson, John M. Cook, Ben Adler, S. Wolff, J. O. Taylor, T. J. Craham, G. W. Hurley, W. A. Billingsley, * B. B. Bond. Officers:—Sigmund Wolff, President; G. W. Hurley, Vice-President; W. A. Billingsley, Cashier; F. A. Jones, Assistant Cashier. jjj Low ' N !#8P*§ Rates || jjjj During the Summer to jjjj | Eureka Springs, Ark. | jjjj J. N. CORNATZAR, D. P. A. Memphis, Tenn. j| A. ft. MIZE & CO. /^N Manufacturers of ^ (S' and Dealers in* (§/ Fine Photos, Photo Buttons, PICTURE FRAMES. ETC. Pictures i Copied and Enlarged, any Size or Style. View Work on Short Notice. SATISFACTION GUARANTEED give Us A Call. Studio 114, Walnut St. Next door to Herald Ofilce. CENTENNIAL CELEBRATION. Salem Female Academy, Winston-Sa lem. N. C., May 22-29, 1902. For above occasion the Southern Railway will sell tickets at extremely low excursion rates to Winston-Sa lem, N. C., and return May 20 and 21, for trains arriving Winston-Salem forenoon of May 22; also May 23 and 24 from points within a radius of 200 miles of Winston-Salem, N.C.,—final timit for return, May 31, 1902. From points beyond a radius of 200 miles tickets will be sold May 20 and 21, at one fare for the round trip limited for return until May 31, 1902, except by deposit of ticket with joint agent at Winston-Salem on or before May 21, and orr payment of fee of 4>0-<sents an extension, not exceeding June 15,1902 may be secured. For further information call on any ieket agent of the Southern Railway. When? * Great Opportunities for Homes in Texas. The country traversed by the International & Great Northern Railroad, embracing the greater portion of East, South and Southwest Texas, contains thousands of acres of fertile land especially adapted t° general farming, stock raising, rice, tobacco, fruit and grape culture; trucking, min ing and lumber manufacturing, that can be purchased at low rates and on exceedingly liberal terms. Jr !The Illustrator and General Narrator. a handsomely illustrated mag azine, published by the I. & G. N. R. R., each number of which contains general and specific information regarding some county or section in the I. & G. N. country, Sent Free to any address on receipt of 25c to cover a year’s postage or 2c for sample copy. Address, D. J. Price, G. P. & T. A., Palestine, Texas. Please mention this paper. DR. H. O. WALKER, - Physician and Surgeon. Office: Redman’s Drug Store. Newport, . - - Arkansas.