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layer oake at Huffman’s,
celery at Huffman’s bakery,
la wafers at Huffman’s. 131dtf
Sandies in town at Huffman’s,
beous treatment at Huffman’s.
Beauman left Saturday noon
:eola.
estic and imported Swiss i
at Huffman’s. 131 dtf
, Boyce went to Little Rock
ay noon on business.
■les Coffin of Walnut Ridge
iown ou No. 3 Saturday noon.
. Maris went to Walnut Ridge
liness on the noon train Satui
Mrs. W. W. Dutton entertained .it a
one o’clock luncheon Saturday after
noon.
The river continues at a very low
stage, being 0.4 of a foot on the
guage.
An another column will be found the
new Iron Mountain time table, effect
ive Sunday, Nov. 9th.
Mrs. W. S. WallH of Hot Springs
arrived Saturday noon on a visit to
her daughter, Mrs. Robt. Simmons.
Mrs. Sprigg Brown returned home
to Poplar Bluff on the noon train Sat
urday after a visit to relatives here.
W. D. Wall has been honored with
appointment as aid-de-camp with
rank of captain of cavalry A. S. <;. on
the staffpf Colonel M. M. Stuckey.
For Sale—Residence, corner Hazel
/•and Fifth streets. Terms made known
on application.
144-dtf Mrs. Coka A. M<Donai.o
r For nice rigs of any kind and good
driving horses, place your call with
I R. L. Robinson, upper end nf i'ront
Street. Charges always reason
able.. (52dif
Come to the 6 and 1U cent store for
4; Purity enamelware, Peckham’s can
" dies 16 cents per pound, glassware,
tinware, queensware and notions.
162b4w.
B. B. Bond, Chas. (}. Henry and
Gustave Jones went to Little Rock
Irday morning on business con
ed witb the McDonald case now
e Supreme court.
•s. H. K. Maxfield and grand
jhters Misses Ethel and Pauline
to of Batesville were here Satur
m their way to Little Rock, which
be their home in the future,
e trial of Ike Brow n is going on
re Justice Guy Smith to-day and
ge number of witnesses is being
lined. The defendant is charged
"^d^Mr^l^NSUJfites of Swifton
down Saturday, the latter on
ray home to Alvus where she
Bach school. Prof. Wiles is as
g Principal C. D. Thaxton of tie
on school.
s Dot Thornburg has returned
to Little Rock, owing to the
ess of a sister. Her absence
the minstrel company is a matter
neral regret and her many friends
irry that her visit has be^ n thus
ene'd.
and Mrs. C. W. Rhodes arrived
Doming from a visit to St. Louis
Cansas City, their train being
' hours late, owing to the engine
ing the track just this side of St.
i. No damage was done, though
ame occurred where the track
along the Mississippi river and \
engineer- fearing to app'y the j
eisAllowed the engine to* bump
g thc^-rrrs ‘for several hundred
yards.
Good Clothes
for Bad Boys
They are the
ones who wear
out clothes the
quickest so you
* i want to buy
$ i ones for
"Aunt Jane
Hopkins”
IS THE BEST.
olfi -Goldman
Merc. Co.
I
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Angel and devil foods at Huff
man’s. 131 dtf
Cream, brick and Limberger cheese
at Huffman’s. 131 dtf
Nice California peaches and pears
at Huffman’s. 131 dtf
James Davis of Auvergne came up
on business Saturday.
L. Hirch came up Friday night to
spend Sunday at home.
Cream puffs, kisses, lady fingers
and macaroons at Huffman’s.
Miss Katherine Harrison of Au
vergne was here Saturday shopping, j
W. D. Burd came up Friday night i
from Little Rock and spent the day on j
this market.
William J. Knox, Sr., who has been
sick for several days, we are glad to
state, is improving gradually.
Jno. McCartney and family of Rom
mel were in town Saturday and re
newed for the Weekly Independent.
H. G. Drummond has a new delivery
wagon for his grocery store that pre
sents a very neat and metropolitan
appearance.
Miss Della Bernstein went to ■” .tes
ville Saturday morning on a short
visit and will be a guest of the Hand
ford family.
Judge Otis W. Scarborough of Jack
son county was in the city Friday
stopping at the Metropolitan.—Litttle
Rock Democrat.
Mrs. Guy Brown, of Newport, ac
companied by her little son were the
guests last week of her uncle J. R.
Harshaw.—Beebe Herald.
The office of Dr. J. M. Robinson has
been removed to rooms over Charles
Meyer’s store, where he will be found
at regular office hours. 168d6t
Arthur LeSturgeon of Arkansas
City, Kansas arrived here Friday
night on a short visit. His wiie hab
been here for some time and they are
stopping at the Hazel.
Capt. Griff Vaughan’s 16-year-old
son, Albert,- while cutting a small
tree at Augusta was caught under it
When falling and his leg broken and
his foot badly crushed. . *
Bailey Bros, are agents for
Edwin Clapp & Son’s High
(Trade Shoes. They are best
shoes made. Prices $5.00 and
$0.00. Come and see them.
Miss Nelle Pence left Friday night
for DeSoto, Missouri, where she will
*wsit relatives, before returning home
to Van Buren. Miss Pence is very
popular in Newport and should make
her visits more frequent.
The Newport Dye & Cleaning Works
have been moved two doors south of
former stand, beneath Lone Star
Boarding House, where the proprietor
T. W. Shaver, will be pleased to see
his trade. D. H. Smith is no longer
with him. bl67
Will Oldfield haB purchased two
beautiful lots on upper Main street,
and will proceed soon to build a neat
and cozy residence on them. Every
young man ought to acquire a home
of his own as soon as possible, as Mr.
Oldfield is doing.—Batesville Guard.
Sheriff Morgan and County Judge !
LindBey went to Little Rock Thurs- j
day with Hugh E. Blair of Washing- 1
ton township, who was recently ad- i
judged insane and was committed to |
the asylum. The unfortunate man
has been there once before. Bates- I
ville Guard.
Mr. and Mrs. T. E. Allen returned j
Friday night from Beebe, where they ;
attended the wedding Thursday eve- |
liihg of Miss Marlon Pink Bnhhitt to
Mr. William T. Seawell of Pine Bluff.
Mr. Seawell is iu the employ of the |
Walker Drug Company there and the
newly married left that night for their
.
Misses Lou Minor, Gertie Billingsley, :
Lucy Brandenburg, Gene Bandy and
Kate Bishop will sell tickets for the
Relief Entertainment on next Tues
day night. Let no one refuse to help
this most worthy cause. Mr. Bern
stein also has a good supply at the
Hazel Hotel; as you pass step in and
buy one or more. dtf.
The arrivals at the Hazel Friday
were H. B. Jones, Tuokernian; H.
Devereux, W. B. Lawrence, Mrs.
I Erwin, Batesville; A. E. LeSturgeon,
Arkansas City, Kan.; J. B. Neely,
; Maxwell Coffin, Claude Buchanan, M.
M. Hankins, L. C. Donnel, Little
Rock; W. E. Gillaspy, Jonesboro; 8.
C. Dowell, Walnut Ridge.
Governor Davis of Arkansas and
Governor Longino of Mississippi will
' go duck hunting together in Arkansas
| next week unless something inter
venes to prevent the Mississippi chief
executive from coming to this state,
in response to Governor Davis’ in
vitation. The two governors will go
to Hempstead county and be the i
guests of L. E. Cowling, one of the !
best known citizens of South Arkan- i
sas, at his home near the town of j
Washington. All arrangements have
been made for the outing and at pres- i
ent it is thought the official duties of
the two chief executives will not pre
clude the carrying out of the program. j
The visit will cover the first four days
of next week. Governor Longino
will arrive in Little Rock Sunday or
Monday and Governor Davis will ac- I
company him to Hempstead county.
I
The Two Extremes.!
Elegant Assortment of Kid and
Wool Gloves and fine Hosiery at
WOLFF=GOLDMAN
MERC. CO._
Mince, apple, lemon, peach and
cranberry pies at Huffman’s. 131 dtf.
At the minstrel show on next Tues
day night one half of the up stairs
will be reserved for colored people.
d6t.
MAKING FOR THE STATE LINE.
uneven roints, ars.
Newport Relief Society:
I must decline your invitation to be
present on Nov. 11th, as ft is against
my best interest to play engagements
in a dry town, my week at Pine Bluff
in your state was enough for a life
time, besides $3.25 is not enough, my
hatchets cost more than that.
Hurriedly,
• Carrie Nation.
ELEVEN O’CLOCK P. M.
Is the hour the new train of the
Southern Railway leaves the Union
Station, Memphis. This carries a
through sleeper to New York via
Chattanooga, Bristol,' Roanoke,
Lynchburg, Washington, Baltimore
and Philadelphia, without change.
Also coaches to Washington without
change. Also dining car service, a
la-carte Arrives at Waseington 6:42
morning, and New York 12:43 of the
second day. This is a perfect service,
and the quickest time made for which
extra train fare is not charged.
FRED FUNSTON SAYS NAY.
Wichita, Kan.
Newport Relief Society:
Your flattering offer received but
cannot be with you Nov. 11th. New
port is not large enough for Carrie
Nation, Judge Stuckey and myself, I
never talk for less than 7 hours at one
time, and your other performers
would interfere with what I would
want to say, sorry but can’t help it.
Fred Funston.
1M PORT A NT HsLRORM ATI ON_
For Farmers, Stock Raisers, Manu
facturers, Miners, Merchants, In
vestor’s, Tourists, and Amuse
ment Managers
la shown in a novel folder issued by
the Union Pacific, containing 64 pages j
of matter concerning towns on the
Union Pacific, Oregon Short Line and
Oregon Railroad & Navigation Co.,;
with the population - of the towns,
points of interest, statement of com- i
mercial enterprises both in town and
tributary thereto, hotels and other
information. Also shows in detail all
stage line connections of the Union ,
Pacific, Oregon Short Line and Ore- j
gon Railroad & Navigation Co., as!
well as towns, opera houses, names of
managers, etc., between Missouri
River and Pacific Ocean.
Eupion Oil j
When buying illuminating
oil insist on having Eupion, the
family safety. This is a doublej
distilled process oil that is
odorless and absolutely safe.
If you will use clean burners
and wicks and Eupion Oil you
will have best light obtainable.
The only merchants in Newport !
that sell this high-grade oil are
Wolff Goldman Merc. Co., W. ■
B. Chastain, Wiltnans Bros.,R.
1). Wilmans, Heiliger’s Union I
Market Co., Martin Bros., Har
ris & Daugherty and L. G. Da
Vaul.
Waters-Pierce Oil Comp’yi
1
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of all our customers, have
sideration with us. We
your interests. That is 1
exclusive agency for the *
HARTT BRAND of Work=
I ing CLOTHES. There is
I 3 no other brand better than
this brand. There is none
as good. We invite your 3
inspection. We satisfy or |
your money
I
TRADE
..QLOV E..
Superior To Any
A Special Tanned Horsebide, Waterproof
and Fireproof. Tbe Strongest and
Most Comfortable Working Glove
Made. One pair will make us
your life-long friend.
I Manufactured By THE DETROIT
LEATHER SPECIALTY CO., De
troit, Michigan.
uThe Home of tbe Carhartt Overall.
We are the exclusive agents
for these goods in this io= jj
cality and invite you
to call and inspect |
them.
r
These Pants
Would Look Better If
You Wore ’em.
-Come in and put a pair on.
Every Pair Guaranteed
• • • • • •
Wolff-Goldman
Merc. Co.
NOTICE.
The full amount of the stock of the Bank ami
Trust Company to be organized in the City of
Newport, Jackson County, Arkansas, having
been subscribed by the different subscribers
thereto, now, therefore, we. James W Grubbs
and Charles G. Henry, two of the subscribers to
the said Capital Stock, hereby give notice to
each and all subscribers thereto that the first
meeting of the stock holders will be held in the
city of Newport, Jackson County, Arkansas, on
the IS day of November, 1902, at the hour of 10
o'clock a. m. of said day, at the court room of
the county judge in the court house of JacV son
County, for the purpose of organization. All of
you take notice and govern yourselves accord
ingly
J W. Grubbs.
Clias. G. Henry.
Henry ©wen
PHYSICIAN, SURGEON AM»
OCULIST.
»<VER BAILEY BROS'. DRY QOODS STORE
| HIGH GRADE GOODS of every description j
I Newport Butts’ Supply “
... PRICES . ALWAYS . REASONABLE...
QUALITY CONSIDERATION
I
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. Graham, 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. '
Come and Try the French Process in Cleaning.
The Newport Steam Dye Works Co. use it. We use no
inferior dyes or acids to rot the cloth or fade the colors. Let
us press your garments. Thirty-live years’ experience—two
years in your towu.
217 WALNUT STREET.
Next door to Chastain’s grocery store.
D. H. SMITH, Manager.

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