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Fresh bulk oysters at Huffman’s. Nice celery at Huffman’s bakery. Seed Rye at Wilmans Bros. 124d7t. Best candies in town at Huffman’s. Courteous treatment at Huffman’s. Vanilla wafers at Huffman’s. 131 dtf Angel and devil foods at Huff n m’s. 131 dtf Lamps and lamp fixtures at I. D. Price’s. btf Cream, brick and Limberger cheese at Huffman’s. 131 dtf Nice California peaches and pears at Huffman’s. 131 dtf Pocket books, bill books and purses at I. D. Price’s. btf Furnished room for rent. Apply 217 Elm Street. 126 dtf Domestic and imported Swiss cheese at Huffman’s. 131 dtf Cream puffs, kisses, lady fingers and macaroons at Huffman’s. Mince, apple, lemon, peach and cranberry pies at Huffman’s. 131 dtf. Star Clothing House— the “New Store.” Don’t buy your shirt waists before seeing mine. Henry Schott. dl28tf Waterman fountain pens at 1. D. Price’s—every pen guaranteed, btf 85.50 men’s suits selling at 82.98 at Otto M. Bowen’s Cash Store. 128 btf Men’s 82 shoes for 81.26 Saturday only at O. M. Bowen’s Cash Store. Star Clothing House— the “New Store.” The newest colors of this fall’s weave in ladies’ shirt waists. Hen ry Schott. dl28tf Judge L. Lippman spent Sunday in Newport. Ed Mann of Jonesboro spent Sun day in Newport his former home. R. O. Duffer was able to be out for the first time Monday, after his recent sickness. Calico Remnants, 3 1=4 cents at Otto M. Bowen’s Cash Store. i28btf The rain fall up to 7 a. m. Monday morning had been too light to meas ure, and the river has begun to fall slightly. t Thomas Glavin and family of Pana, Illinois, arrived on the noon train Monday and will make this city their home in the future. Plans have been submitted by Ar chitect Morrison for the construction of a new house on Elm Street between Second and Third by Dr. C. West. Take a look at the display of Walkover shoes in the showwindow of Wolff-Goldman Mercantile Company, ranging in price from $2.50 to $5.00. Lost—Fleur de lis stick pin, set with pearls, about 25, between Episcopal church and postofllce. Reward of fered for its return to this office. 131 The corner show window of the Wolff-Goldman Mercantile Company contains a beautiflul display of dress goods that should interest shoppers. btf I pay highest prices for pearls,baroques and slugs. L. WILSON. Office at Chas. Meyer’s Store. Dr. L. E. Willis returned Monday mornim? from H hnntim* t.rin in the state of Louisiana, where several deer were killed by the party. John Stayton is expected home in the morning or to-night. Rev. B. M. Shive of Campbellsville, preached Sunday at Searcy and will be here Tuesday for an address on “Foreign Missions” that evening at the Presbyterian church. As Mr. Shive is an interesting talker the pastor hopes to secure him a good crowd. No collection will be taken at this service. The arrivals at the Hazel Saturday were Mary E. Thompson, Jonesboro; J. F. Martin, Jno. W. Ferrill, Bates ville; Percy Smith, Poplar Bluff; L. P. Berry, Marion; H. M. Brown, W. A. Bright, C. G. Price, Little Rock; M. F. Collier, Paragould; E. T. and Geo. W. Ponder, Walnut Ridge. For Sunday: Ed. R. Woodson, W. E. Ferguson, Augusta; Geo. W. Buchan an, Pine Bluff; O. P. Moore, Barren Fork; I. C. Nuckalls, Cord; W. A. Edwards, Evening Shade; L. J. Cy pert, Searcy; J. W. Byler, J. H. Rey nolds and wife, Mrs. H. Harris, St. Louis; C. G. Price, W. C. Key, W. T. Black, Little Rock; H. Reed, E. R. Butler, J. 8. Handford and daughters, Misses Stella, Miriam and Ruth Hand ford, Batesville. I. D. Price for gin books. 113 btf Remember A Merry Chase is com ing. btf. All kinds of blank books at I. D. Price’s. 113 btf A full line of musical instruments at I. D. Price’s. btf For best lump coal call 21-2 rings. M. K. Upshaw. I. D. Price for fishing tackle and base ball supplies. btf R. & G. Corsets at Chas. Meyer’s Great Bargain Store. 131btf Star Clothing House the “New Store.” A nicely furnished front room for rent—417 Hazel Street. Chas. Meyer has the exclusive agen cy of the R. & G. Corset. 131btf Day books, ledgers, journals, cash books, etc. at I. D. Prices. btf I. D. Price has a full line of school books and school supplies. btf See those beautiful silk and flannel shirt waists. Henry Schott. 128dtf Clover Blossom creamery butter for sale at Bowen’s Cash Store. 124 dtf Star Clothing House the “New Store.” Special price on five gallon keg of kraut at Otto M. > Bowen’s Cash Store. 128 btf The famous R. & G. Corset is now on sale at Chas. Meyer’s Great Bar gain Store. 131btf For sale cheap—Second-hand cook stove and two heaters. Apply to 517 Hazel Street. R. & G. Corsets in all the new shapes and styles at Chas. Meyer’s Great Rorffiiin Sfnrft 131 btf C7 Miss Hattie Bernstein will entertain the Smart Set Wednesday afternoon at the Hazel Hotel. T. P. Umsted, of Newport, is visit ing his father, Rev. M. B. Umsted for a few days.—Paragould Soliphone. Lost—Gold stick pin, imitation of horse shoe with jet settings. Finder return same to this office for re ward. 129 d6t Harmon Younger returned Sunday night from his visit to Bald Knob, where he was a delegate to the Baptist Association. Wanted—County and state agents to handle patented instrument. Quick seller. Apply to Dr. B. A. Wash burn, Newport, Ark. 126 blw Star Clothing House the “New Store.” Miss Jessie Cravens arrived Friday on No. 4 from South Carolina on a visit to the family of Mrs. W. H. Wil sey.—Poplar Bluff Sentinel. Mrs. Emma Morris accompanied by her little sister Velma Weatherford, returned home to Moorefield Monday morning after a short visit with J. L. Younger and family. Henry Owen left Monday noon for St. Louis, where he will resume his studies in medicine at Washington University. We wish him a success ful as well as a pleasant year. There will be a meeting of the Daughters of the Confederacy Wed nesday afternoon at three o’clock at the home of Mrs. W. W. Dutton, which the members are requested to attend. Highest Prices Paid - For this reason you should send your Fine Pearls, Baroques and Slugs to our Arm, as we sell to European markets exclusively. J. M. O’Hara & Co., 34 Madison Street, Memphis, Tenn. The Jonesboro Sun says that Tom L. Johnson, now talked of as the Dem I ocratic nominee for president, once lived in Arkansas. His father owned a plantation south of Helena, where Tom spent many of his boyhood days. The committee on refreshments for the reception to be given by the local chapter of the Daughters of the Con federacy during the state convention here next month, are requested to meet at the home of Mrs. R. B. Hooker at 7:30 o’clock this evening. The editor acknowledges the re ceipt of a copy of the Des Moines, Iowa, “Register and Leader,” con taining a complete write-up of the sovereign grand lodge I. O. O. F., with numerous half tones of promi nent Odd Fellows, from Judge M. M. Stuckey, a delegate from this chapter. The arrivals at the Baltimore Satur day were J. E. Latham, Batesville; S. A. Moore, Bald Knob; Miss Agnes and Mary Brady, Shawnee, Okla.; J. C. Gee, Dardanelle; Jas. Bye,Para gould; A. H. Williams, Hot Springs; J. E. Mann, Jonesboro; E. J. Peters, Cord. For Sunday: Jno. F. Roll, T. W. Littlejohn, Little Rock; L. Lippmanu, Olyphant. THE TROUBLES OF THE WORLD , are tooth troubles very largely. It’s not wise to put up with them when we remedy them so surely, so cheaply and with so little pain. We ll take care of all your tooth troubles. Modern Equipment. When you come here with your tooth troubles, you have at your service the most perfect modern appliances in charge of skillful operators. Extract ing, Cleaning, Filling, Crown and Bridge Work as well as artificial-teeth. We are experts in all branches. Examination free. 422 Corner 1st and Walnut Streets, Watson’s new building, opposite depot, Three Dentists. Black Bros. Painless Dental Parlors. Phone No. 61 Newport, Ark. PEARLS. We pay the highest prices for Pearls, Slugs, Points or Baroques. Send your pearls to us, if our offer is not accepted, we will return them at our expense. Try us on a small lot. Wm. Barthman, 174. BROADWAY, CORNER MAIDEN LANE, NEW YORK, N. Y. DEALER IN DIAMONDS WATCHES AND JEWELRY. EXCEPTIONALLY LOW RATES FOR SEPTEMBER AND OCTOBER. Every day during the months of September and 'October, 1902, the Union Pacific will sell one-way set tlers’ tickets at the following rates: From Missouri River 820.00, Ogden and Salt Lake. 820.00 Butte and Helena. 822.50, Spokane. 825.00, Portland and Ashland, San Francisco, Los Angeles and San Diego Correspondingly low rates from intermediate points. For full information call on your nearest agent or address J. H. Lothrop, Gen’l. Agt. 19w8t. St. Louis, Mo. Nice layer cake at Huffman’s. John R. Meehan was here Monday on his return home to Cotton Plant. The opera house manager has se cured the famous Lyman Twins to ap pear here soon in their big musical comedy success A Merry ChaBe. btf George W. Buchanan of Pine Bluff, who organized a library in this city last Fall, is in the city attempting a __•_ Vi gUUlUUklUU i VI uuv vuouiug year. Mr. and Mrs. W. L. McGee and baby arrived Monday noon from Austin and are stopping at the Hazel. Mrs. Mc Gee has many friends in this her former home. Mayor Geo. W. Ponder and Dr. E. T. Ponder of Walnut Ridge spent Saturday night here on their way to Batesville and were expected back thiB afternoon. The second advertising car of the Sells & Downs shows was here Mon day on its way to Batesville. The big show will be in Newport, Saturday, October fourth. • Traffic Manager T. J. Grbgg of the Lesser Cotton Company will be in Newport a part of this week. While in Paragould recently, he ran across J. B. Daggett, formerly of this city, who has a position there in the office of the Lesser Cotton Company. J. S. Handford and daughters were in the city Sunday morning, being registered at the Hazel. Misses Em ily and Ruth Handford returned home next morning and Mr. Handford ac companied Misses Stella and Miriam on their way to Columbia, Tennessee, where they will enter college. j ©ur New and Up-to date Stock of f FL,: IT MODS is now open and ready for your inspection. Come and see the pret* tiest line of goods in the city. Be sure to, get our prices before buying. BRILEY BROS. NEWPORT, ARKANSAS I HIGH GRADE GOODS of every description Newport Builders' Supply | sNaidwaie Co. ...PRICES . ALWAYS . REASONABLE... : QUALITY -T CONSIDERATION . 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. A. H. MIZE & CO. y^N Manufacturers of and Dealers in (©) Fine Photos, Photo Buttons, ICTURE FRAMES. ETC. Pictures! Copied and Fnlarged, any Size or Style. View Work on Short Notice, SATISFACTION GUARANTEED Give Us A Call. Studio 114, Walnut St. Next door to Herald Office. Music Instruction MISS CLAIRE E. JOHNSON September 1, and after, will be pleased to meet at her home 217 Elm street, anyone desiring to take music lessons on piano. VERY LATEST METHODS. PARTICULAR ATTENTION GIVEN TO FINGERING. ...ONCE MORE WE GREET YOU... OPERA HOUSE ONE NIGHT, ft - m Saturday, UCt. 4 THE LYMAN TWINS , ANDTHEIR BIG COMPANY IN THE BIG NEW YORK MUSICAL COMEDY SUCCESS, A MERRY CHASE.» A GRAND DISPLAY OF MIRTH AND MUSIC. Funny Comedians, Sweet Singers Clever Dancers. ...A MATCHLESS PRODUCTION... DON’T MISS IT. WAIT FOR THE FAVORITES! Read the ads.