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bPLE—MAINLY. \
Nice layer cake at Huffman’s.
Fresh bulk oysters at Huffman’s.
Nice celery at Huffman’s bakery.
Vanilla wafers at Huffman’s. 131dtf
Courteous treatment at Huffman’s.
The Metropolitan guarantees plainly
what they will do. 177 d5t
Domestic and imported Swiss
cheese at Huffman’s. 131 dtf
The Metropolitan policies have no
estimates but absolute guarantees. 5t
F. P. Sklpwith returned Monday af
ternoon from a short trip to Little
Rock.
T. J. Watson and Henry Bordwell
left Sunday night for a few days visit
to St. Louis.
Sam Meyer came up from Little
R >ck Sunday to spend a day with his
father’s family.
Mias Mary Laird returned Saturday
from a visit of several weeks to Mrs.
John L. Conner at Augusta.
For rent—Four room house at east
end of Lake bridge. Plenty of good
water. Apply to J. Q. Guyun. d3t
Insure in the Metropolitan Life In
surance Company of New York. S.
M. Powell, Manager, Little Rock, Ar
kansas. 177 dfit
Misses Susie and Maggie Rogers ol
Walnut Ridge came down Monday
noon on a visit to R. W. Bandy and
family.
J. M. Berger Jr. and A. Arndt spent
a pleasant Sunday in their former
home Jonesboro, returning Monday
morning.
For Sale—Residence, corner Hazel
and Fifth streets. Terms made known
on application.
144-dtf Mrs. Cora A. McDonald.
For nice rigs of any kind and good
driving horses, place your call with
R. L. Robinson, upper end of From
Street. Charges always reason
able. «2dtf
Mrs. Addie Willis was expected
home Monday noon from a month’s
visit to a college friend in San Antonio,
Texas, Miss Gussie Campbell, but tail
ed to arrive.
The Iron Mountain offers a one fart
rate to Batesville and return Tuesday,
Nov. 18th, good to return day fol
lowing, oil account of celebration of
Lock and Dam No. 1.
C. P. Crawford, representing the
“Star Boarder,” v^ich will be at
Newport December 18, was here
Monday morning arranging for the
date of that company.
The Newport Dye & Cleaning Works
have been moved two doors south of
"** fa ■*taa4Ltn^#syii'%‘"~fc,one Star
Boarding Hous^f where the proprietor
T. W. Shaver, will be pleased to see
his trade. D. H. Smith is no longer
with him. bl67
The arrivals at the Baltimore Satur
day were H. M. Beach, E. G. Leake,
Little Rock; Mrs. 0. M. Edwards, Jno.
F. Grosser, Mrs. Edgar, Newark;
— . D. W. Laugton, J. H. Carner, Black
Rock. For Sunday: F. L. Inman,
J. W. Moore, Black Rock; J. L.
Whitley and wife, Bradford; Jno. F.
Roll, C- J. Drees, Walter S. Ey^jg
Little Rock. f*'*~*'~ ’
Kjro'lfcEr of the Newbern
4^-*>,‘-j *‘~j
^ - lainily will learn with deepest regret
of the death of little Alice Newbern at
Marianna. The deceased was the two
year-old daughter of Mr. and Mrs. M.
E. Newbern and died Friday before
her father reached her bedside, as she
had been taken suddenly sick. Sym
~“*'hy is extended the’ bereaved in
tneir'fbwaSFr
Overcoat Weather!
Will Soon Be Here.
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A. b- KJH8CHBAUM * OO.
This cut shows one of the swell -
est things in men’s top garments
for the seasons 1093-4. It is one of
Kirschbaum’s Hand-Made
Overcoats
And they fit. Prices 812.60 to
§36.00.
• .fit..
Wolff-Goldman
- Merc. Co.
Newport, Ark.
Best candies in town at Huffman’s.
Angel and devil foods at Huff
man’s. 131 dtf
Chinese sacred lilly bulbs at I. D.
Price’s. 175 dtf
Cream, brick and Limberger cheese
at Huffman’s. 131 dtf
Nice California peaches and pears
at Huffman’s. 131 dtf
The Metropolitan guarantees plainly
what they will do. 177 d5t
Wanted -Several boarders. Apply
to 314 Hazel Street. 156dtf
Dee Finley and Frank Gullett spent
Sunday in Little Rock.
There will be a dance at the Hazel
Hotel Tuesday evening.
Mince, apple, lemon, peach and
cranberry pies at Huffman’s. 131 dtf.
Cream puffs, kisses, lady fingers
and macaroons at Huffman’s.
The Metropolitan policies have no
estimates but absolute guarantees. 5t
The river has begun to rise and
stood at 1 foot on the guage Monday.
I7. Schlitt was taken sick Monday
morning and compelled to give up his
work.
Let us earn you some money by
trading at Chas. Meyer’s Great Bar
gain Store. 179 btf
The rainfall Saturday night and
Sunday was but .83 of an inch accord
ing to the local guage report.
Insure in the Metropolitan Life In
surance Company of New York. S.
M. Powell, Manager, Little Rock,
Arkansas. 177 d5t
Miss Lucy Brardenburg expects to
go to Batesville in the morning where
she will be the guest of her friend
Miss Esther Neill.
Miss Nellie Fitzhugh and Mrs. F. B.
Jones of Fitzhugh were here Monday
on their way to Batesville to attend
the street fair and dam celebration.
Come to the 5 aud 10 cent store for
n. _ r\ .. . i_ ». . . i . . . .
i. iix tiiuunuj , x ct-niiaui o ^oii
dies 15 cents per .pound, glassware,
tinware, queensware and notions.
102b4w.
J. A. Albright of Jacbsonport, who
has about recovered from the injuries
received at his mill recently, went to
Little Rock Monday noon on a busi
ness trip.
Mesdamee C. H. Wilmans, R. M.
Johnson and J. H. Keel write from
New Orleans that they are being de
lightfully entertained but expect to
return home Tuesday night.
Fnlf rates by “The Choctaw” to
Wewoka, I. T., and return for the big
Town Lot Drawing Nov. 20. Tickets
on sale Nov. 18, 19 and 20, good to re
turn until Nov. 23, inclusive. 179btf.
Dr. J. C. Minor, who has made
many friends in Newport during his
visit here, left- Monday noon for Hot
Springs, his future home, but has
promised a visit here Christmas.
E. L. Boyce, Worshipful Master of
Jackson Lodge No. 191 F. & A. M.,
leaves tomorrow for Little Rock to
attend the grand lodge of Masons,
which meets in that city this week.
Big Town Lot Drawing at Wewj^8,
I. T., Nov. 20. Half ratps^iy "The
Choctaw.” A charge tfialife-time to
get in oj] tJ-j-g'-ground floor in one of
Ynost thriving New towns in In
dian Territory. See ticket agents for
full particulars. 179dtf.
On account of the mild weather the
clothing business is lagging. We
have put a price on everything in the
line that will cause them to move in a
hurry—suits, overcoats and pants for
men, boys and children will be sold at
a sacrifice at Chas. Meyer’s Great
Bargain Store. 179 btf
Two men named Dixon and Sexton,
who had been working on the White
River railroad, were arrested at Calico
Rock by Deputy Sheriff Mayo last
Saturday, who, accompanied by Joe
Freeman, brought them down and
placed them in jail. They are charged
with excating !?280 out of Joe Free
man’s trunk at his camp, 7 miles above
the mouth of North Fork, on Sunday
night, the 2nd instant.— Melbourne
Register.
A reporter for the Independen
was shown the pearl purchases tor
the past two weeks of C. A. Windau,
one of the most liberal and well in
formed buyers on this market. He
returned from the North with only
one pearl and now he has a large and
beautiful display of fine pearls as well
as handsome rosebuds. How he could
secure such an assortment of offerings
in this line, within so short a time,
especially when the market has to
appearances been dull, is wonderful
and stamps Mr. Windau as a wide
awake dealer.
The arrivals at the Hazel Saturday
were T. J. Graham, Tuckerman; Er
nest Neill, E. R. Butler, Wm. Mitch
ell, C. H. Wood, R. M. Black, Newton
M. Alexander, Batesville; Mrs. L. C.
Gulley, Mrs. F. M. Hanley, Wm. Par
kin, Emory Howard, Little Rock.
The arrivals Sunday were Thomas W.
Baird, 0. Suthards, J. A. Bentley, O.
C. Plackard, B. M. Shipp, Wm. Parkin,
G. A. Leeper, E. C. Romine, Little
Rock; B. H. Reilley, Penter’s Bluff;
Jas. Bone, wife and son, C. B. Wood
bury, Batesville; J. B. Baker, E. L. |
Dillard, Melbourne; Barney Aldrich,
Devero.
CARE
Should be taken when you buy
your fall suit. The above cut
shows one of the nobbiest styles
for 1903-4. They are made by
..KIRSCHBAUM..
“MADE ON HONOR
SOLD ON MERIT.”
This is our pride. Come in and
look over the line.
$12.50 to $25.00.
..cit. .
WOLFF=GOLDMAN
MERC. CO.
W. R. Bishop, of White River town
ship, who has served his people as
constable and deputy sheriff for the
past two years, has again received
the appointment of deputy sheriff for
the next two years by Sheriff M. H.
Patterson.—Snapp Correspondence of
Augusta Free Press.
JACK HERROM.
Back again in Newport and
Prepared to do all kinds of
Brick Work.
Repair Work Promptly
Attended To.
A Good Route
to Try
I
It traverses a territory rich in
undeveloped resources; a territory
containing unlimited possibilities for
agriculture, horticulture, stock rais
ing, mining and manufacturing. And
last, but not least, it is
Titos Scenic Route
for Tourists.
The Frisco System now offers the
traveling public excellent service and
fast time—
Between St. Louis and Kansas
City and points in Missouri, Kansas,
Arkansas, Oklahoma, Indian Terri
tory, Texas and the Southwest.
Between Kansas City and points
in Tennessee, Alabama, Mississippi,
Georgia, Florida and the Southeast.
Between Birmingham and Mem
phis and points in Kansas, Arkansas,
Oklahoma, Indian Territory, Texas
and the West and Southwest.
Full information as to route and
rates cheerfully furnished upon appli
cation to any representative ot me
Company, or to
Passenger Traffic. Department,
Commercial Building,
Saint l.ouls.
I Ml !■ «■ > IH III I 111 I [■IB—I I Mil ■ I
IMPORTANT INFORMATION
For Farmers, Stock Raisers, Manu
facturers, Miners, Merchants, In
vestors, Tourists, and Amuse
ment Managers
Is shown in a novel folder issued by
the Union Pacific, containing 64 pages
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 ot com
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
gon Railroad & Navigation Co., as
well as towns, opera bouses, names of
managers, etc., between Missouri
River and Pacific Ocean.
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i interest, and the interest
of all our customers, have
always been the first con=
sideration with us. We
believe that if we give you
the best that
can buy we are serving
your interests. That is
why we have secured the
exclusive agency for the
justly celebrated C A R =
HARTT BRAND of Work=
ing CLOTHES. There is
no other brand better than
this brand. There is none
as good. We invite your
inspection. We satisfy or
your money
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I A Carhartt Souvenir to all
who ask.
SHIRTS!
SHIRTS!
Perfect fit,
__ Fast Color,
L,ate Patterns.
The second install
ment of our Fall and
Winter numbers has
| arrived.
| Come in and look over
the line.
! Prices, $1 to $2.50.
The Best Ever Made.
W olff-Goldman
Merc. Co.
RAILROAD TIME CARD.
ST. L. I. M. & 8. RAILWAY.
NORTH BOUND.
No. 72 Local Freight. 6:46 a. m.
No. 2 4:06 a. in.
No. 4 ll:05,a. m.
No. 12 8:48 p. m.
No. 6 10:60 p. m.
No. 8 11:32 p. m.
SOUTH BOUND.
No. 73 Local Freight ... 7:00 a.m.
No. 7. 4:05 a. m.
No. 5 4:40 a. m.
No. 11 6:15 a. m.
No. 3 ..... 11:39 a. m.
No. 1 10:50 p.m.
BATE8VILLE BRANCH.
Passenger Leaves. 7:00 a.m.
Mixed “ 11:45 a. m.
Passenger Arrives. 6:45 p.m.
Mixed “ 10:15 a. m.
Henry Owen
PHYSICIAN, SURGEON AN»
OCULIST.
•VCR BAILEY BROS'. DRY GOODS STORE
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Superior To Any
A Special Tanned Horsebide, Waterproof
and Fireproof. The Strongest and ;
Most Comfortable Working Glove
Made. One pair will make us
your life-long friend. ^
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Manufactured By THE DETROTI
LEATHER SPECIALTY CO, He- I
troit, Michigan. I
“The Home of the Carhartt Overall.” f.
We are the exclusive agents
for these goods in this lo=
cality and invite you
to call and inspect
them.
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| HIGH GRADE GOODS of every description] -
menu Buildeis' Supply
^flaiUwaie Co.
...PRICES . ALWAYS . REASONABLE... i
j QUALITY ^ CONSIDERATION j
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Capital, $50,000
A GENERAL BANKING BUSINESS TRANSACTED, AND TIIE 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.
Ladies and Gents Garments.
Come am! Try the French Process in Cleaning.
The Newport Steam Dye Works Co. use it. We use no
inferior dyes or fteids to rot the cloth or fade the colors Let
us press your garments. Thirty-five years' experience-two
years in your town.
217 WALNUT STREET.
Jhext door to Chastain’s grocery store.
IX II. SMITH, Manager.
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