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Fresh garden seed at I. D. Price’s.
I. D. Price for flower seed. 76 btf
Sweet peas at I. D. Price’s. 76 btf
I. D. Price for garden seed in
bulk. 76 btf
Buy your jewelry at the Palace Jew
elry Store. 71 b. t. f.
The Butterick Patterns are the best.
Bailey Bros. 78 d 6t.
Go to Bailey Bros., for the Butter
ick Patterns. 78 d 6t.
A fine line of Jacobs’ box chocolates
at Sells’ Drug Store. 72 d. t. f.
N. Y. Bailey of Little Rock was here
on business Thursday.
Have your pearls mounted at the
Palace Jewelry Store. 71 b. t. f.
Fine line of ladies’ wrist bags at the
Palace Jewelry Store. 254—btf.
W. T. Black of Little Rock was a
visitor in Newport Thursday.
Eight day clocks with alarm, $2.75
at the Palace Jewelry 3tore. 71 b. t. f
S. S. McHugh of Jonesboro was
here Wednesday on business.
New stock of Butterick Patterns
just received at Bailey Bros. 78 d 6t.
Judge J. W. Phillips went to Little
Rock on the noon train Thursday.
Henry Schott went to Little Rock
Wednesday mgnt on a ousiuess imp.
For Rent- Six room cottage fur
nished or unfurnished on Hazel St.
Mrs. Dot Gunter. 77 d 6t.
Judge L. and E. C. Lippmann were
here from Olyphant Wednesday night.
Don’t neglect your watch but have
it cleaned at tbe Palace Jewelry
Store. 71 b. t.f.
Corn, bran, corn chops, corn and
oat chops, oats and hay at Bowen’s
Cash Store. 224-btf
Smart, chick and up-to-date are the
new goods at Chas. Meyer’s Great
Bargain Store. ' 73 btf
The popular store for popular goods
at popular prices. Chas. Meyer’s
Great Bargain Store. 73 btf
S. D. Campbell returned Thursday
noon from Walnut Ridge, where be
has been attending court.
R. F. Drummond, who has been
sick for some time, was able to be
down town Wednesday afternoon.
Mrs. W. W. McMinn, who has been
sick for several weeks with slow
fever, is reported about the same.
Elegant line of embroider} and
trimmings—all of the Newest things
at Chas. Meyer’s Great Bargain Store.
For Rent Furnished front room,
for one oV two gentlemen or man and
wife. Apply to Mrs. Wolf on Hazel.
Ike Goldman has been relieved from
suffering and was reported Blightly
better Thursday morning by his phy
Wm. Mosby and other local sports
men are agitating the organization of
a new gun club as soon as Spring
opens up fairly.
iKt> Jvmg alter a iew nays pleasant
visit with J. P. Gravett and family,
left Wednesday night for his home in
Campbell, Missouri.
C. F. Fentress, superintendent of
the St. Louis Compress Company in
this state, came down from St. Louis
Wednesday night on business.
General Superintendent Tyler of the
Iron Mountain was a passenger on No.
3 Thursday noon to Little Rock, which
has been made his headquarters.
E. L. Boyce is spending the week
with his sister, Mrs. J. M. Hobgood in
Hot Springs and is also attending the
state convention of Woodmen of the
The journal on a coal ear broke
Thursday morning in the local yards,
tearing up a short piece of track on
the main line, delaying No. 3 about
thirty minutee.
Capt. C. L. Miller, formerly of New
port and Black Rock was here Thurs
day on business. He is now running
on the Lee line between Memphis and
Cairo, but has two more trips to make
before he can get license.
Mesdames T. D. Kinman, Sr. and
T. D. Kinman, Jr. left Thursday
morning for Hot Springs in the in
terest of the latter’s health, who has
been suffei’ing with rheumatism.
They were accompanied by T. D. Kin
man Jr., who will return to-night.
On next Sunday Dr. J. F. Love, Mis
sionary Secretary of Baptist State
Convention, will preach at the Bap
tist cnurch both morning and evening.
We are anxious for every one to hear
this gifted speaker and are sure none
who come will be disappointed. All
are cordially invited to attend. Ser
vices at 11 a. m. and 7:30 p. m.
T. C. Mahan, Pastor.
—Wholesale And Retail Dealers In—
Hardware, Furniture, Mill Supplies.
Plows, . Tools, Harness, Lumber,
Stoves, Paints, Buggies, Coal,
Wagons, Iron, Window Glass, Brick.
Building Material, and Hardware of every De
scription. Our Furniture Department cannot be
equaled anywhere.
Best Goods, Lowest Prices.
T. B. Stewakt, Pres. J. O. Burgess, Vice Pres.
L. N. Nouss Secty andTreas.
E. D. Bracy, R. F. Drummoni>
S. M. BeaTtie, Frank Hess, J. R. Cox/
J. W. Lindley Pres. L. T. Slayden Vice Pres. E. V. Holt Cashier.
CAPITAL STOCK $20,000.00
We are open to the public for all business which constitutes safe and re
liable Banking.
Your Patronage Is Solicited.
Road Master Denithorne says that
the damage done so far by the flood
to the White River road between
Batesville and Mt. Olive is about 83,
500.—Batesville Bee.
Miss Ivy Lewis came down from
Batesville Wednesday on her way to
Mammoth Springs, where she will
visit before returning to her home at
Birmingham, Alabama. She was ac
companied a part of the way by F. N.
Misses Agnes and Minnie Dowell and
Esther Childers and Mrs. Ed PonderJ
came down from Walnut Ridge Wed
nesday night on their wray to Batesville
on a visit to N. E. Duffey. Dr. Ed
Ponder accompanied them this far
and returned home next morning.
The railroad engineers report a
fourteen foot rise coming down from
North Fork Tuesday. If the same
amount of water is coming from Buf
falo and other streams tributary to the
White above, we majr expect an over
flow here. —Tuesday’s Batesville Bee.
Superintendent Hartigan and Chief
Engineer Rohwer of the Missouri Pa
cific Ry. made a trip of inspection
over the White River line Wednesday.
They were accompanied by Messrs.
H. Devereux, Road Master Denithorne
Bridge Inspector Hedger and other
officials of the road.—Batesville Bee.
The directors of the Iron Mountain
system met in St. Louis Tuesday and
elected a new member, Louis Fitzger
ald, who succeeds James DeWolf Cut
ting. President Gould advocated a
first and only lien upon a diagonal
line from the valley line near West
Memphis, via the White River Val
ley, to a connection with the Missouri
Pacific system at Carthage, Mo., and
by this connection completing a low
grade-line from Kansas City to Mem
phis of about 480 miles, which is
shorter than any existing line between
the same points and which will have a
maximum operating grade of .6 per
cent, as against grades of 2 per cent
by any other existing line. By build
ing this 254 miles a new main line of
dense traffic is created between Kan
sas City and Memphis.
W. Russel Balch and Miss Mattie
Beasley, both of Balch.
Richard Bigham and Minn Ham
mond, both of Eight Mile.
James Boston and Janie Manser,
both of Newport.
Jno. B. Haynes and Martha C.
Keton, both of Swifton.
Jacksonport on Thursday morning
telephoned this city, that the town
was nearly entirely under water, ex
cept a small portion ot the main
street, the guage registering 30.2 feet,
while at Newport the highest water
recorded for this rise was Thursday
morning, when the river was on a
stand at 28.7 feet. Newport is nearly
a foot and a half lower than Jackson
port and the advantage of levee
protection can now be fully appreci
ated. The Lake can now be seen by a
person standing on Front Street, but
the water is four feet at least from the
top of the dump. No danger of an
overflow is now feared as the levee
and railroad dumps appear to be hold
ing out all right and the river has
reached a stand.
Mount Olive reports a fall of five
feet for Wednesday night and at
Batesville, White is on a stand.
Black River too seems to have done
its worst and at Black Rock Thursday
morning had fallen one inch, though
the rise still continues nearer its
mouth, at Elgin.
A feature of our business is high
class watch repairing, which we ex
ecute quickly and at lowest possible
prices for guaranteed work. Palace
Jewelry Store, 412 North Front
Street. 71 b. t. f.
\ All papers executed promptly. J
j v Write Deeds, Mortgages Acknowledge- J
| \ ments, and Bills of Sale. y
: S All cases decided according to law and l
I \ evidence, irrespective of persons /
/ A specialty of the blending of hearts, p
J causing two to beat as one. Ceremony J
j N short and to the point. x
i p Office at GroceryStore, 209 Walnut ^
street. %
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Buys and Sells Farms,
City Property,
Timber Lands &c.
Money To Loan,
Farm Insurance.
Call or write, No. 107 Hazel Street,
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■ ' Capital, $50,000 —— =
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.
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CAPITAL $50,000
SURPLUS, - $25,000.
G. W Decker, President. A. D. Baxley, Vice-President.
R. M. Johnson, 'Cashier. T. D. Kjnman, Ass’t. Cashier.
V. Y Cook, Thos. J. Graham, A. E. Shoffner.
Jno. T. Flynn, J. W. Grubbs, Jos. M. Stayton.
pipe FXPFRIFNPF ai1 iniporta-nt faetor in siiceessfiil banking. With all
nilL LArLfllLliuL. due sense of modesty, we venture to direct your at
tention to a brief review of the long business career of the men who compose
our Board cf Directors and Officers.
FflllRTFFN YFAR^ E-xPerience in the affairs of Banking in this community
rUunlLLll ILHflO enables us to measure and meet the needs of our cus
tomers. We solicit your account, and promise proper help in time of'need.
We are the only Specialists in Arkansas who
successfully treat Antrum, Abcesses, Pyorrhoea
Alveolaris, gum and tooth troubles. Every day
we are moving forward in the line of progress,
and in the volume of our business. A recent
change in our staff places us in a position to Y1
BEFORE. Our operative and mechanical dentis
try fits, Seamless Cap Crowns and Bridge work,
Artificial Aluminum and Rubber Sets of Teeth
for all ages Accurately, Scientifically. Every
piece the very highest of its class, and at reas
onable prices.
For 60 days we will offer our Aluminum metal
plates at the same price of our high grade Rub
ber plates. No worry, no taste of rubber, and
only about one fourth the weight. Our methods
are the latest and as near painless as can be
made. All work guaranteed.
BLACK BROS., Dentists,
Newport, Arkansas.
/Tain Office, Little Rock, cor. 5th and Main streets,
Masonic Temple.
Branch Offices:—Pine Bluff, Monticello, Ft. Smith
and Batesville.

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