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I. D. Price for sheet music. Fresh oysters at Huffman’s. Nice boiled ham at Huffman’s. Try Huffman’s doughnuts. 05 Fresh oysters at Riley May ,f;hans. For stewing figs go to Huff man’s. 05dtf Miss Aubrey Arnold is on the sick list. Huffman’s rolls are delicious; try them. 05dtf Fine fresh stock of cigars at j Huffman’s. 05dtf Eggs and butter at Bowen’s Cash Store. 14dtf. 10 yards remnants 35c at Bow en’s Cash Store. 86btf 1 See the fine assortment of can dies at Huffman’s. 05dtf Trade at the Palace Jewelry Store. They lead. 96dtf Huffman’s pies and cakes are good enough to eat. 05dtf For rent—Storage room. Ap ply to 0. M. Bowen. Oldtf 1 Phil Berman returned from St. ; I Louis Sunday night. 0. S. Lawrence went to St. Louis Monday morning. Chickens and turkeys for sale at Bowen’s Cash Store. 14dtf Go to the Palace Jewelry Store for bargains in jewelry. 96dtf E. G. Ferrell of Little Rock was in the city Sunday. | Miss Harry Weaver is quite ill at her home in Batesville. Feed Huffman’s bread to your babies, it will do them good. 05 Have your diamonds reset at The Palace Jewelry Store. 96dtf Ernest McDonald went to j Batesville Sunday to visit home. , Rabbits, coons and ’possums at > vv_.Bob Wallace’s butcher shop. 06 v% Send £pur fine pearls and slugs to W. D. 'Burd, Newport, Ark. 37 H. E. Kyldr of Batesville spent Sunday in the city on his way to St. Louis. Mrs. M. E. Newbern, who has been visiting in Marianna, has returned home. I Henry Schott went to St. Louis Saturday night on a visit to his wife and baby. T. D. Kinman spent Sunday in St. Louis, returning home Monday morning. Mr. and Mrs. Allie Lippman of Tupelo spent Sunday and Monday in the city on their way home. For rent—five room cottage on Laurel street adjoining my own residence. Jno. W. Wallace. 94 For toilet articles, fancy goods, combs, brushes and mirrors go to W. E. Bevens, successor to J. L. Sells. OOdtf Great trouser sale Friday and Saturday, January 15th and 16th. See ad in this issue. Star Cloth- i ing House. 19d6tf Christmas is over, but you can’t get along without White Silk Flour, sold only at Bowen’s | Cash Store. 14dtf A. Mortensen has moved his , cleaning and pressing shop to the newly remodeled building oppo site city jail. 86dtf. If you want to look neat, have your suit cleaned and pressed by A. Mortensen. In new quarters opposite city jail. 86dtf. I. D. Price handles the Mc Kinley 10c music and carries in stock at all times a full line of this popular and fast selling mu sic. 87btf. I. D. Price takes subscriptions for all the leading magazines and newspapers. Hand in your orders now so as to get the Janu ary numbers without delay. 97btf * 1000 selections of music at I. D. Price’s, vocal and instrument al, violin, piano, guitar, mando lin and banjo. Any music not in stock will be ordered prompt ly. 87btf. Mr. and Mrs. H. Ullman of Cincinnati were guests of Chas. Meyer Sunday. Wanted—Messenger boy. Ap ply to the Southwestern Tele graph & Telephone Co. 13dtf j Mrs. E. R. Beane of Russell is spending a few days with her daughter, Mrs. J. H. McHugh. Great trouser sale Friday and Saturday, January 15th and 16th. See ad in this issue. Star Cloth-1 ing House. 19d6t Fred Suits, after a pleasant visit to his uncle, Judge M. M. Stuckey, has returned to his home in St. Louis. Mrs. Kate Neal, after spend ing a few days with her son, J. D. Neal, returned to her home in Saarcy Monday. The Whist Club will hold a business meeting tomorrow morn ing at 10 o’clock at the home of Mrs. Gus Martin. Miss Lettie McLain, after spending the holidays at home, returned to Maddox seminary at Memphis Sunday. Miss Bertha Hirsch, who has been visiting her aunt, Mrs. H. L. Remmel, in Little Rock re turned home Monday morning. Mrs. M. E. Dixon was called to Bald Knob Sunday on account of the serious illness of her little granddaughter, Kittie Davis. ^ Miss Barbee Craige of Kenyon, who was the guest of Miss Min- j nie Ross Saturday and Sunday,! returned to her home on Monday morning. 0. C. Birch, a graduate of the Gem City Business College, Quincy, Illinois, arrived Monday morning to accept a position with the Newport Grocer Company in the bookkeeping department. Miss Noreene Kinman, after spending the holidays very pleas antly at home, returned to Mem phis Sunday, where she is at tending school at Maddox semi nary. She was accompanied by j her mother, Mrs. T. D. Kinman. ; Miss Lena Weatherford re-1 turned home to Grand Glaize | Monday, having accompanied her j cousin, Miss Barbara Weather-; ford, as far as Poplar Bluff, the j latter having been called home to Clinton, Ky., by the sickness of a sister. Mrs. W. B. Lawrence is se riouslyy ill with pleuro-pneumo- j nia. She is being attended by Miss Dearson, a nurse from St. Luke’s hospital, St. Louis. The Bee joins with many friends in the hope that she may soon be much better. — Batesville Bee. Judge Fulkerson has called a special term of the Independence I circuit court to convene Satur day, January 16, for the purpose of sentencing Bud Sanders, and to transact such other business as may come before the court at j that time. The reconstructed little steamer C. E. Taylor is ready to float,and if the river does not rise up to it i soon they will slide it down to the river. This little craft was j too top heavy but the boiler has been lowered and the upper story taken off and now the little thing is ready for some swift work. — ; Black Rock Telephone. The Frisco railroad has notified Judge Poindexter that the bridge : that it is now using over Spring river near Ravenden, which it has sold very cheap to the coun ty, will be taken down and bej ready to deliver to the county within fifty days. It will then be put up across Spring river on the public road. The Frisco is putting in a very heavy bridge on its line.—Black Rock Tele phone. It is reported that the St. Louis. Kansas City and Colorado Rail- j road (Rock Island system) will build a branch from Cole Camp to Sedalia, Mo. It is further re ported that the line will be com pleted from Versailles, Mo., west to Cole Camp within a month. This is the road from which an extension was to be run south from Belle, Mo., connecting with the Choctaw at Jacksonport. •*m V life’ SECOND WEEK OiOUR I ,| I Great Clearingiale | I In addition to the great values v 1 1* J I are offering, we will put on sale A I l Shirtwaists in the house which v ■ 1 I * have divided INTO TWO LOT I I I LOT i. - ALL WAISTS LOT 2^LL WAISTS I ■ J 1 FROM $1.25 TO $2.00 FROM >0 TO $5.00 I I I H SALE PRICE SA PRICE I I ’ ISI.QOl l$i,75l 11 ^NVolff^QoldmanMercairil^Co^i 4 ___ usiness Houses Having widely distributed interests will find an able assistant in the Long Dis tance Telephone. TRY IT. The Southwestern Telegraph and Telephone Co. ■.- - ■ ■ --- ■ — A. Mortensen will call for and deliver promptly any clothes de sired cleaned or pressed. 86dtf. Jack Herron For Granitoid and Stone Walks, Curbing, all kinds of Brick W4ork. Don't fail to get my figures before contracting. My Work Talks For Itself Parties wanting crushed Lime Stone Walks apply to me. Jack Jones The Crack Barber, keeps a neat and busy little shop. Upper end of Front street. Expert tonsorial ists. Easy, shaves and the best haircuts. Our work pleases. “Come on, ye stubby beards.’’ jr To ONE d ALL we wish A MERRY CHRISTM and a HAPPY NEW YEAR When you have iiness to offer a Bank do not forget your old end, the Bank with the LARGEST PAID IN CITAL and SURPLUS COMBINED of any Ba in Jackson County, JTHEBANOFNEWPORT^ OFFICE and DIRECTORS. Geo. W. Decker, President R. M. Johnson, Cashier, A. D. Bailey, V-Presidem T. D. Kinman, Asst. Cash Thos. J. Graham, I P. Shoffner, J. T. Henderson, Jos. M. Staytf Dr. J. M. Jones, 'S. Stephens. "Barren Fori Training School. 1 The fifteenth yearf the above school opened on November 16, 190£ with a good attendance in all***' ’ - I departments. Asie title indicates, this school offers a very thohgh drill in all subjects for a six year state and 11 grades of the county certifi cates. The princkl holds a life state certificate and many first gi%e county license, has had much experience in this.ne and fully understands the needs of the county teachers. The location can not be excelled fr health, good morals and an obliging people—a ideal place in every way, for young people to aiend a school. Board from $6.00 to $8.00 and tuitio from $1.00 to $3.00 per month. Classes in all sul^ets noted. Those with a true educational motiv are solicited, but no others. New students ardmtering every week. “Learn it Right.” Address, "~"V A. G. Taylor, B. S. Prin. Barren Fork, '