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Boiled ham at “The Little Bakery on the Corner.” 38 dtf Ladies; See our shirt waists Sink & Martin. 32btf Eggs and spring chickens for sale at Bowen’s Cash Store. 68 dtf Ladies, misses and children’s slip pers. Sink & Martin. 32btf Boston brown Dread at “The Little Bakery on the Corner.” 41 dtf i Union made goods at “the Little Bakery on the Corner.” 49dtf J. A. Elliott was laying off Monday on account of sickness. Satin, Taffata and Moria Taffata Ribbon. Sink and Martin. 32btf Our White House shoes §3.60, buy no other. Sink & Martin. 32btf Ed Witt and Jasper Dale of Fisher v were here trading Monday. Get an August Butterick pattern at Bailey Mercantile Company's. 66 d6t White Silk Flour, the best on the market, at Bowen’s Cash Store. 33btf Parties desiring pasturage for stock call on C. B. Best, East Newport. 58tf Dr. J. II. Strider of Jefferson town ship was here Monday on business. Miss Lula Knoles is off duty at Wolff-Goldman’s on a two weeks’ vacation. Rev. J. H. Brooks came up from Bald Knob Monday noon on a visit to his family. Send your fine pearls and slugs to W. D. Burd. Office in Planters Hotel, Newport, Ark. 37 btf For liberal prices, send your pearls and baroques to C. A. Windau, New port, Arkansas. 305 btf Sigmund Wolff returned Monday morning from St. Louis, where he visited his family. “In the good old Summer time” you will always find ice cream and cooling drinks at Huffman’s. 15 dtf S. M. Beattie, who has heeu in poor health for some time, is again con fined to his bed with slow fever. Booh! it’s cold. Why, I thought it was hot. Oh I meant that lemonade at “The Little Bakery on the Corner.” 38 dtf Miss Carrie Beane has been getting along very nicely since brought to Newport and is improving gradually. Alcorn Ferguson returned Saturday from a short stay at Hot Springs. He is much improved and has returned to his work. When you have pearls, slugs and baroques, send them to P. O. Heide, Prairie du Chien, Wisconsin for top market prices. 5.f.t.f. Miss Helen Terry, who has been sick for four or five days, has quite hijj/h fever and is thought to be in foi a siege of slow fever. Edwin Sullards, representing a St. Louis drug house, spent Sunday with his cousin, George Sink, and went to Batesville next morning. J. P. Berman went to Little Rock Sunday morning to meet his wife and baby, who have been visiting in Fort Smith and all returned on the noon train. Miss Laura Randolph was called to her home in Austin, Texas, Saturday night, by the critical illness of her brother, after a visit to Miss Irma Hooker. R. B. Hooker left Sunday noon for St. Louis to spend Ins vacation with liis wife and daughter, Elise, who will return to Newport next week on a short visit. W. R. Saxon is assisting at the store of Percy Martin during the absence of Jay Sprigg, whom we are sorry to learn is down with slow fever at his home in Searcy. The Oonoway Scotts have as their guests, at their delightful plantation home, Mrs. Scott’s brother and his wife, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Walker of California.—Ltttle Rock Democrat. Ike Bottexi8tein left Sunday night for St. Louis on a vacation trip of several weeks. He will spend a por tion of his time at Eureka Springs and visit his brother at Joplin, Mis souri. John P. Sink was in town Monday replenishing his home, having lost nearly everything in the lire of Sat urday and with not more than half the value insured. The lire originated from a spark falling upon the roof. Mr. J. W. Glenn is suffering from appendicitis and has been quite ill for several days. His many friends hope that he may soon recover and be out at his Dusiness as usual. Dr. J. A. Dibrell of Little Rock was called in consultation with Dr. W. B. Law rence.—Batesville Bee. Judge Carroll Wood puts the har poon into Jeff Davis in a gentlemanly style. And yesterday he mashed the governor’s red face with his good list. The governor had severely criticised the supreme court, alleging in fact that it was corrupt. Judge Wood tbereopon caught him in the collar and struck him in the face. When they were separated the governor, with his usual pusilanimous whine, said he had not intended to reflect upon Judge Wood’s honor.—Helena World. I. B. Price for jelly glasses. 36 btf A full line of hammocks at I. D. Price’s. 36 btf Beautiful summer suits. Sink & Martin. 32btf S. P. Redman was able to be out Sunday. Fresh turnip seed just received at I. D. Price’s. 36 btf I. B. Price for fruit jar rubbers and jelly glasses. 36 btf Lemons, wholesale and retail at Bowen’s Cash Store. 63btf White goodB, organdies, dimities and batistes. Sink & Martin. 32btf White River shows a slight rise and stands at 4.6 feet on the gauge. Miss Pearl Martin spent Monday in Batesville, the guest of relatives. Miss Jessie Sain and her mother have returned from a visit to Augusta. E. P. Tetwiler had a severe chill Saturday but was able to be out again Monday. George Foushee is off on his vaca tion and will spend the two weeks on the farm. F. L. Moeller and mother of Balias, Texas, spent Sunday here, guests at the Hazel. Jno. Hencke left Sunday morning on a two days’ visit to his old home, Pocahontas. Vic Ake was able to resume his duties Monday at the office of Cotter & Company. Will Hurley and Harmon Younger spent Sunday afternoon visiting in the country near Biaz. Tom Owen of Batesville came down Ll .. .. ^ n O O <1 I'll O’ (JU1IUUJ VV V »«. - -CD clerk with Capt. VV. A. Joyce. The bakers that bake the goods for “The Little Bakery on the Corner” never sleep. They work night and day. 38 dtf The assessor will be in his office from 7 to 9 p. m. on Monday, Tuesday, Thursday and Friday nights of each week. 65dlm There will be a dance tomorrow night, given in honor of the house party at the home of Mrs. Narcie Minor. The ice cream at “The Little Bakery on the Corner” is flavored with the fruit itself and not with compounded extracts. 38 dtf Miss Hattie May Bennett, who has been teaching at Fayetteville, was here- Saturday night on her way to Batesville. Mrs. W. D. Wall of Helena joined her husband here Sunday and accom panied him next day on a trip to Batesville. The five-months-old baby of Jno. Grizzle, living in the Sconyer’s neigh borhood, died Sunday and was buried the same day. J. M. Berger, Jr. and A. Arndt left Saturday night for a few' days’ visit at their old home, Jonesboro, but ex pect to return tonight. The shell boats Lotus and Ondine recently left White river for the upper Ohio, where shells are said to be plentiful.—Des Arc Guidon. Mrs. Belfrey Kimmel, who has been visiting her sister, Mrs. I. N. Cloud of Breckinridge township, left Monday noon for her home in Marion, 111. Miss Josie Phillips, who has been the guest of Miss Ailie Ruddell the past few weeks, returned Saturday to her home in Newport.—Batesville Bee. Mrs I.ill her McOreiirht left Tuosdav for Newport to visit relatives and friends for a few days. She was pre ceded Sunday by her children, Master Oscar and ...tie Miss Mabel.—Brinkley Argus. John Calvin, one of the pearling party that left here about ten days ago for Peach Orchard Bluff, has since then found an 18-grain button pearl which he values at #400.—Des Arc Guidon. J. E. Wilmaus returned Sunday night from a several weeks’ stay at Mount Magazine. Mrs. I. Sprigg, who was sick for some time after leaving here, is much better and about well. Um me! Why over at Mrs. the other day we had some of the nicest cakes 1 ever ate. Guess she made them herself. No she did not. She said she got them at “The Little Bakery on the Corner.” 38 dtf We, the ladies of the Helping Hand Society of the Baptist church have arranged with Prof. J. R. Hodges to give a literary entertainment for the benefit of the church on Thursday night, July 28. The full program will i be published later. Mrs. Roy Anderson and children ! left Sunday night for points in Kansas i and Nebraska on a visit. They will I be gone until September, but will be ' joined about August 15 by Mr. Ander- j son. They will all enjoy a trip East i to Quebec before returning. It has been rumored around the j j streets today that L. P. Kimberlin, i j proprietor of the Jennie Lee, was j drowned at Newport the early part of the week. Just what foundation there j i is for the story we have been unable : ! to learn. The Newport papers have | said nothing about it.—Poplar Bluff j Citizen. There’s nothing in it. I flyerTh Monday and Tuesday Only, 106 Pairs Ladies’ Lace Hose, Worth From 75c to $1.50, Sale Price, 50c Pair. Not More Than Three Pair to One Cus tomer. CASH. _ WOLFF GOLDMA N . MERCANTILE . CO. GENERAL OUTFITTERS. NEWPORT, ARKANSAS. WE ARE THE PEOPLE. -.--- -— i***M——————— Walter Woods spent Sunday and Monday in Newport. Judge J. W. Phillips went to Little Rock on the noon train Monday. W. A. Oldfield was here Sunday night on his return home to Bates ville. • Col. V. Y. Cook of Elmo spent Sun day in Newport and left over the Choctaw in the afternoon. C. B. Kelley telephoned from Little Rock Monday that he would be here tonight on a business trip. H. G. Parker is much better but has secured a watchmaker to occupy his bench, John Sorrells of San Francisco having arrived Saturday. See us before ordering your Fall suit. Bowen’s Cash Store. Remem ber we represent the Peerless Tailor ing Company of Cincinnati. 71 btf Mr. George Mathes and Mr. and Mrs. C. R. Farrar and two children arrived Sunday noon from Quincy, 111., for a short visit with Mr. and Mrs. Frank Hess. S. H. Jackson came in Saturday in charge of the Harry Waltz with a good cargo from points up the river. The boat is tied up owing to the sick ness of Mr. Jackson. Mrs. Jake Konkell of Richwoods township died at oue o’clock Monday morning with dropsy, aged about forty five years. The burial was held in the afternoon of that day. J. Burkbardt arrived Sunday from St. Louis to accept a position with Peter Anderson. He was accom panied by his wife, who left Monday for Little Rock on a month’s visit. O. D. Hawn, day telegraph operator at the Iron Mountain depot, is taking his vacation and will leave tonight for a visit to his old home at Frederick town, Mo. C. L. Fox has taken his place as day man. Classified advertisements in the In dependent are charged for at the rate of 5 cents per line for first inser tion, 21-2 cents for every subsequent insertion, or 15 cents for week. One fourth off by month. Six words make a line—count your words and send casn with order for insertions desired. No advertisement accepted for less than 15 cents. FOR SALE. For sale—good six year old combi nation horse. Apply to C. W. Best.24 For Sale— §450 Crown piano at §300. Only used fifteen months. Planters House. 53dtf FOR RENT. For Rent—Five room cottage with bath room, hoi and cold water. Ap ply to R. M. Johnson. 52dtf MISCELLANEOUS WANTS. Wanted—Medium sized office safe. Write Taylor & Gibson, Jacksonport, Arkansas. b 29tf Wanted—Log teams, log choppers, wood choppers. Plenty of work. Ap ply to R. Hart or F. Clinton, Swifton, Ark. 67 d6t Wanted—a well educated young man 22 years old and good looking desires to make the acquaintance of a young lady between the age of 18 and , J 21. It not suited letters will be re- j j turned at once if so desired. Address ; i L. O., care of this paper. JACK HERRON. I For granitoid and stone walks, | ! curbing, all kinds of brick l ! work, don’t fail to get my tig 1 ures before contracting. . . ARE YOU WAITING Until you get more money before you start your Bank Ac count? Do not wait any long er. We like to have small ac counts. Our large capital in sures you absolute safety. ARKANSAS BANK & TRUST COMPANY Capital = $100,000.00 Officers and Directors: J. W. Grubbs, Pres. Nathan Graham Viee-Pres. Chas. G. Henry, Cashier. B. B. Bond, R. F. Drummond, W. D. McLain, M. D. Campbell, F. D. Fulkerson, C. J. Saenger, 3. D. Campbell, Abe Heiligers, L. E. Willis, 3. D. Clements L. Minor, J. S. Wilmans. No. 6758. Treasury Department Office of Comptroller of Currency. Washington, D. C., May 1, 1903. Whereas, By satisfactory evidence presented to the undersigned, it has been made to appear that “THE FIRST • NATIONAL BANK OF NEWPORT,” located in the City of Newport, in the County of Jackson and State of Arkansas, has complied with all the provisions of the Statutes of the United States, required to be complied with before au association shall' be authorized to commence the Business of Banking; Now Therefore, I, Thomas P. Kane, Deputy and Acting Comptroller of the Currency, do hereby, certify that “THE MRS1 NATIONAL BANK OF NEWPORT” located in the City of Newport, in the County of Jackson and State of Ark ansas, is authorized to commence the business of Banking as pro vided in Section Fifty-one hundred and sixty-nine of the Re vised Statutes or the United States. In Iestimony Whereof witness my hand and Seal of office this first day of May, 1903. T. P. KANE, Deputy and Acting Comptroller of the Currency. IKIV WORK TALKS FOR ITSELF. ; Parties wanting crushed lime=stone walks, apply to me. ' . YOUR LAUNDRYING WELL DONE For the same prices that poorer work cost you. Called for upon Monday of every week and de livered the following Saturday at your residence. WEEMS LAUN DRY, the best in the West.‘ Quincy, 111. Leave orders for calls with FRANK W. LYNN, Local Agent. LIVERYMEN, FARMERS, DRAYHEN And all users of axle grease that want the best grease, on ' the market and that recognize ; a good thing when Shown its merits, we recommend our Gold en and Castor Oil brands of Axle Grease. It is put up in 1 pound tin boxes and 8 pound tin buckets. For sale by all up-to-date merchants. Ask for it and take no substitute. It is guaranteed to have no equal for quality on the market. WATERS-PIERCE OIL COflPANY. \ \ A TERRIBLE TALE. The story is going the rounds that you can get everything nice to eat at “The Little Bakery on the Corner” and that every thing is fresh and clean, too. 48 dtf * VACATION. For your summer outing allow us to suggest Colorado and Utah, famous the world over for their cool and in vigorating climate, magnificent moun tain scenery and picturesque summer resorts, which are located along the line of the Denver & Rio Grande, “The Scenic Line of the World,” and the Rio Grande Western, “The Great Salt Lake Route.” Very low excur sion rates and “Circle” tour tickets are on sale during the summer months via these lines to all the principal points of interest. The Denver & Rio Grande and the Rio Grande Western, with their numerous branches pene trating the great states of Colorado and Utah have some forty different “Circle” tours through the Rocky mountains, one of which in particular is the famous 1,000-mile tour for -828.00, which comprises more noted scenery thau any similar trip in the world, passing the following points of interest: La Veta Pass, Poncha Pass, Toltec Gorge, Indian reservations, Durango, Mancos Canon, Rico, Lizard Head Pass, Las Animas Canon, Silver ton, Ouray, Cimarron Canon, Black Canon of the Gunnison, Marshall Pass and the Royal Gorge. This trip can be comfortably made in five days, but at least ten days should be devoted to it, so that one may view at leisure the principal sights. Tickets at very Jow rates are also on sale to Salt Lake I City, Utah. If you contemplate a trip j through Colorado or Utah, let us send j you some beautifully illustrated book- ! lets, free. S. K. Hooper, G. P. & T. A., Denver, Col j. : THE BANK OF NEWPORT OFFICERS AND DIRECTORS. U W.Decker, President. A. D. Bailey, Vice-President. Et. M. Johnson, Cashier. T. D Kinman, Ass’t. Cashier. k-o Thos. J. Graham, A. E. Shoffner. ‘ ’ **• ^ Grubbs, Jos. m. Stayton. IhisBank has an authorized CAPITAL of $100,000.00. An authorized and subscribed Capital is a convenient tiling— ?ood thing tor advertising purposes, but to be perfectly honest, ind tell our patrons the truth, it really counts for little. We S inn !aVTrhat ,ii1USt ,as easily’ a Subscribed Capital of •' ’ \M)uld not have cost us one cent more. VMuit our patrons are really interested in knowing is, this rfi cnccJi"I'!v ei "\Tlt8 busine8s, of ITS OWN MONET iCAbH PAID IN CAPITAL and iundvided nolits I hat is the reason this Bank is prepared to take good SI WILL BP PATT, TV1!'1 WB ,lss""' >"u MORE CAP! i T . 1 as soon as we believe it can be safely uui prohtably invested. aracamph Relieves Instantly or Money Refunded. Muscular Rheumatism Sore Muscles, Sore Joints and Neuralgia. The only External Remedy which will Sweat Out the „, rever and Inflammation, 1 Sold only in 2-c., 50c. & $1.00 Bottles. .. „ , _ .. —jMM1At all good Druggists.