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Ralston brain bread at Hutfman’s.dtf All kinds of fresh nuts at Huff man’s. 194 dtf Seeded raisins and cleaned currants at Huffman’s. 194 dtf Don’t miss the opening of the Palace Jewelry Store. 192 btf Remember Henry Schott is selling his entire stock at cost. 188 L>4w Sample sk irts—W< riff- Gold - man Mercantile Co. 190 btf See Chas. Meyer’s ad. It looks like he means what he says. 190 btf Santa Claus headquarters will be at the Palace Jewelry Store. 192 btf Sample skirts—W<>1 If Gold man Mercantile Co. 1 GO btf Buy a Waterman Fountain Pen and be happy. For sale by I. D. Price. 193 btf Don’t forget Henry Schott’s re moval sale which commences De cember 1. 188 b4w Holiday buyers-wait till the opening of the Palace Jewelry Store before buying presents. 192 btf Bisque dolls, china dolls, cloth dolls, paper dolls, jointed dolls and winking dolls at I. D. Price’s. 197 btf Mrs. A1 Ryan of St. Louis is visiting at the home of her father R. A. Bandy, having arrived Sunday. Do not forget Huffman’s bakery when yon are wondering where to buy your Christmas candies. 194 dtf Pure Open Kettle Molasses is the best on the market and can be so cured at Bowen’s cash store, iso btt Any book not in stock will be or dered promptly. Please hand in your orders early so as to avoid delay. 1. D. Price. 193 btf Santa Claus has headquarters tit I. D. Price’s again this year, and don’tj you forget it. A visit to his store will convince any one of this fact. 197 btf For Sale —Residence, corner Hazel j and Fifth streets. Terms made known on application. 144-dtf Mks. Cora A. McDonald. Why was Henry Schott’s store crowded all day yester day? Because people know when they get goods at cost. 191 btf. Come, come, come, at once to I. D. Price’s mammoth Christmas Bazaar and select your holiday presents be fore the stocks are broken. They are going fast. Don’t be too late. 197 btf Just received a new shipment of Waterman’s Ideal Fountain Pens, the best fountain pen _2H the market. SuaranteedHCL^y'e perfect satisfac tion. I. D. Price, sole agent. 193 btf Personally conducted weekly ex cursion cars leave Memphis every Tuesday for California via the Choc taw Rock Island System and So. Pac. Ry. and for Portland, Oregon, every Thursday via Choctaw Union Pacific Route. 194 d5t The arrivals at the Baltimore Mon day were W. J. Ward, Mrs. W. A. Herrington, J. T. Talley, Batesville; J. D. Ashley, Swifton; C. P. Vaughan, W. J. Jernigan, Sulphur Rock; Ludie Arnold, Jonesboro; G. 0. Berry, Little Rock. I. D. Price will take subscriptions to all the leading magazines at publish er’s prices. Hand in your subscrip tions to Delineator, Home Journal, Designer, Muusey’s or McClure’s. In fact any magazine or periodical pub _lished in the English language. 193 btf A Sb/iip and comfortable way to travel is in the personally conducted weekly excursion tourist carH to the Pacific Coast. Through from Mem phis without change via “Rock Island System,” Choctaw, Oklahoma & Gulf R. R. and So. Pac. Route and Union Pacific Route. 194 d5t Miss Marie Bach on Tuesday had on exhibition at the store two very fine products of her lemon tree, which assure her recognition among eminent horticulturists. One of the lemons weighed 26 ounces, the other 17, while the former was 15 1-2 inches in circumference and the latter 14. Miss Beulah Casey of Mountain Home is in the city, the guest of the Misses Shipp, 1518 Louisiana street. Miss Casey possesses a rarely beauti ful voice and is known throughout the state as “the sweet song bird of North Arkansas” and “the nightingale of the Ozarks.”—Little Rock Gazette. Miss Lou Minor lost a ladies’ gold watch recently, which had been stolen from her room between Friday and Monday nights. Her name is en graved on the inside of the case, which contains a set of Waltham works. We hope the thief may be apprehended when he tries to dispose of his prop erty. In addition to the very low holiday rates to the Southeast the “Rock Is land System,” Choctaw, Oklahoma & Gulf R. R., will sell excursion tickets to Arkansas, Missouri, Illinois, Wis consin, Minnesota, Iowa, Kansas, Ne braska, South Dakota, North Dakota and Colorado at one fare, plus 82.00, for the round trip. Tickets good 30 days from date of sale. Free reclin ing chair cars on all trains. btf tjice fruits at Huffman’s. 194 dtf I. D. Price for Xmas presents. 197btf I. D. Price for fine China and bric-a brac. 49^ ^tf Huffman handles nothing but the BEST. 194 dtf Chase & Sanborn coffees at Chas tain’s. I®9 b4w Huffman will bake your fruit cakes for you. 492 d44 Sample skirts—WolfF-Gold man Mercantile Co. 190 btf Huffman’s specialties are—every thing he handles. 194 dtf . Low excursion rates for the holidays on the “Choctaw.” Sample skirts—W olff-Gold man Mercantile Co. 190 btf A ton of toys, for girls and boys to I make a noise, at I. D. Price’s. 197 btf Huffman, the baker, has fancy candy boxes to put your candies up in. dtf Wooden toys, tin toys, iron toys, paper toys and cheap toys at I. D. Price’s. 197 btf Ask your ticket agent all about the low holiday excursion rates on the “Choctaw.” Prices will tell of Henry Schott’s cost sale; beware of fake advertisers. 189 dtf Dolls, dolls, dolls, of every size, color, age and shape at 1. D. Price’s mammoth Christmas Bazaar. 197 btf Hon. and Mrs. H. L. Remmel re turned Sunday from an extended eastern visit.—Little Rock Democrat. T» rr m f/-, JLVU « I • J. • V U UIUU M > * Tl V* V/ liere Tuesday morning on their return home to Batesville from conference at Paragould. On account of vacating his present quarters, Henry Schott will sell his entire stock at actual cost. Sale will commence Dec. 1. 188 b4w One fare for the round trip on the “Choctaw” December 24, 25 and 31, 1902, and January 1, 1903. Tickets good to return until January 2, 1903. Plain rings, band rings, set rings, diamond -rings—rings for the ladies, rings for the baby, rings for every body will be at the Palace Jewelry Store. 192 btf Spend Christmas holidays with kin folks and friends in the old States. Only one fare, plus $2.00, for the round trip by the “Rock Island Sys tem,” Choctaw, Oklahoma & Gulf R. R. Tickets will be limited 30 days, from date of sale. btf The Daughters of the Confederacy will give an entertainment at the residence of Mrs. J. Brandenburg Wednesday Dec. 10 from 2:30 to 5:00 o’clock. An excellent program has been arranged for the occasion, also refreshments. Everybody invited. Admission 15 cts. dtd The arrivals at the Hazel Monday were J. E. Clarkson, J. A. Hardy, E. R. Butler, Batesville; M. P. Hud dleston, W. A. Sims, Paragould; C. A. Gearon and wife, Mount Olive; J. L'. Root, McCroi’y; E. S. Thompson, F. R. Lash, Little Rock; W. O. Horliss, Beebe; Mary E. Thompson, Jones boro. The Lucien C. Cause Chapter of U. D. C. only decided Saturday to give an entertainment at the home of Mrs. J. Brandenburg in order to raise mon ey to settle a debt incurred at the time of the convention. It was im possible to see all the members of the chapter before Wednesday, but they are requested to come and participate. An interesting program has been ar ranged. Everybody else cordially in vited. Huffman has oysters and ery. dtf Huffman has fruit cakes and makes them himself. 194 dtf Chastain is sole agent for Chase & Sanborn coffees. 180 b4w Sample skirts—Wolff-Gold in an Mercantile Co. 190 btf Wait for Henry Schott’s removal j sale—commences Dec. 1. 188 b4w Sample skirts—Wolff-Gold man Mercantile Co. 190 btf Hayes’ Annex, “The Grab All,” adjoining room. bl81. Rev. Mr. Gibson returned Monday from conference at Paragould. The very best salmon—the whole fish in brine at Bowen’s Cash Store. 190btf. Chas. Meyer is selling at actual cost. That’s a good chance for some one. 190 btf Wm. Mosby spent Sunday in Little Rock, the guest of E. G. Ferrill and family. Jackson Lodge No. 191 meets Wed nesday evening for the election of officers. “The Grab All”—attend Hayes’ Cost Sale, $20,000 stock at a sacrifice. bl81 The Palace Jewelry Store will open in a few days with a full and complete line for holiday presents. 192 btf Miss Stella Lippmann of Olyphant came up Monday evening for a few j days Chi’istmas shopping. Mrs. J. L. Sells, who has been in St. jiOuis ror several ciays me guest ot ner nephew Edwin Carter, is expected home to-night. Mrs. Henry Schott, daughter Hortense and Miss Florence Selig went to Batesville Tuesday morning to spend the day as guests of Herman Schott. Miss Emma*' Walker has accepted a position at the local telephone ex change, which will soon be vacated j by Miss Aubre Arnold and expects to j take up her work the first of the year. | John W. Ferrill of Batesville was in j town Tuesday and informed the In- ; dependent that the incorporation papers of the Shoffner Mercantile j Company had been forwarded to the Secretary of State Tuesday. Miss Lula Wolf on Tuesday began working for D. W. and A. G. Ander son as an assistant bookkeeper. The house has been enjoying an expansion in business that made necessary an increase in the clerical force. Rev. J. W. Smith, wife and son j Charles returned Tuesday noon from attending conference at Paragould. The Newport people and particularly his church are glad to know that Mr. Smith has oeen i*eturned to his charge. The holiday rates to the Southeast this year via the “Rock Island Sys tem,” Choctaw, Oklahoma & Gulf R. R., are unusually low, with additional dates of sale xnd long limit. Ask your nearest ticket agent for full informa tion. tdl3 R. F. Drummond returned Tuesday morning from Paragould, where he at tended conference with his wife and daughter Maude. The foi-mer was taken sick and had to remain over for a few days while the latter will visit a week longer. O. M. Bowen requests us to state that he intrusted the holdings of the Newport investors at Eagle City to a Missouri real estate agent named Botts. James Hardy was here Mon day on his return home to Batesville from Eagle City. For nice rigs of any kind and gooc driving horses, place your call with R. L. Robinson, upper end of From Street. Charges always reason able. 62dtf JACK JONES, The Crack Barber, keeps a neat and busy little shop. Upper end of Front street. Expert tonso rialists. Easy shaves and the best haircuts. Our work pleases. “Come on, ye stubby beards.” To Owners of Gas and Gasoline Engines, Launches, Automobiles, Etc. You can ft void use of batteries and expense of their constant re newals If you have in their place an AUTOSPARKER. It can be attached to any rnachlue, new or old. Write for descriptive booklet containing testi monials from well-known makers and owners of gas and gasoline engines, automobiles, launches, etc. MOTS1NGER DEVICB MFG. CO. 214 flain Street, Pendleton, Ind. ^Whiskey Or No Whiskey^ Newport and Jackson County is good enough for me, wet or dry. I AM NOT GOING TO LEAVE YOU! But continue to do business at the same old stand. For the pres ent I have inaugurated AN ACTUAL B0NI FIDE COST SALE No fake, no fun. Just what the goods cost me that is what you pay for them. Nothing held back because I can use the mon ey better than I can the goods. Gome early for this sale can’t last forever. JOHN C. HAYES, RETIRING FROM BUSINESS $20,000 Worth of Goods Must be Sold Sale Commences November 22d. I TERMS CASH. No goods exchanged, samples cut or money rew, funded, or goods sent on approval during this sale. FIXTURES AND LEASE FOR SALE. | Contract Goods EXCEPTIONS Carhartt Overalls ! E. & W. Collars Annex. THE GRAB ALL. Opposite I. M. Depot. n i inwiimn mu mu n mu Mill Ml l in liwil l Him wil — —il iliwii MW i — |i ■ ■■ — i uni i n m ■ ii'imi ■■ n HIGH GRADE GOODS of every description Ptipgil Biss' supplT ...'PRICES . ALWAYS . REASONABLE... j Qmuri ■?«"& GQMSIDERKTIQN J J | ===== Capital, $50,000 —■■■■■. - A GENERAL BANKING BUSINESS TRANSACTED, AND THE AC COUNTS OF MERCHANTS, MANUFACTURERS AND INDIVIDUALS SOLICITED. ■ ^ Directors:—T. .I. 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. Coma and Try the French Process in Cleaning. The Newport Steam Dye Works Co. use it. We use no inferior dyes'or adds to rot the cloth or fade the colors. Let us press: your garments. Thirty-live years’ experience—two years in your town. 217 WALNUT STREET. Next door to Chastain’s grocery store. D. H. SMITH, Manager.