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Old papers for sale at this office. Chickens and eggs at Bowen’s Cash Store. 10d6t White Silk Flour is the best. Bowen’s Cash Store. 106dt Frank Lynn made a business trip to Olyphant Friday. Arthur Umsted was on the sick list Thursday and Friday. All popular music now sold at 25c per sheet at I. D. Prices. 101dw7t. Street McCauley has accepted a position with Sink & Martin. Mason’s quart and half gallon fruit jars at Bowen’s Cash Store. Dr. L.T. Slayden, a prominent physician, was in Newport Fri day. Miss Cora Mustin came up from Tupelo Thursday for a few days’ visit. Miss Florence Bentley of Oly phant attended the circus Thurs day night. Tom Greenhaw of Tuckerman came down Thursday to take in the circus. Mrs. C. E. McKee and child of Kansas City were registered at the Creighton Friday. G. L. Smith and wife and Mrs. Laforge of Tuckerman were Newport visitors Friday. Mrs. H. S. Horine came up from Little Rock Friday, leaving the same day for Batesville. Wanted—First-class cook. Room furnished; good wages paid. d2t J. S. Wilmans. Glenn C. Lee, representing the Underwood Tpyewriter Company of Memphis, was in the city Fri day. Clarence Crook left for a visit to Dyersburg, Tenn., Friday, in stead of Thursday, as was stated. A. J. Casey and son of Mena were in the city Thursday night, on their way up the Batesville branch. A. Mortensen has moved his cleaning and pressing shop to the jnewly remodeled building oppo site city jail. 86dtf Mrs. JNora rMewman oi ooum McAlester, I. T., came Thursday for a visit to her sister, Mrs. Otto M. Bowen. Mrs. E. G. Ferrell came over from Memphis Thursday and left Friday noon for Little Rock, her home in the future. T. J. Klais, who has been vis iting in Jonesboro, Miss., the past month, was down from Tuckerman Thursday. J. B. Jeffries has severed his connection with the Rock Island road, and will buy cotton for the Lesser-Goldman company. For Sale—Six-room house and all my household furniture, either in a lump or separately. 07d6t Geo. Tremper. Don J. Casey, formerly with J*.- L. Sells, was here Friday. He is now traveling for Faxon, Wharton & Gallagher, of Kansas City. Mrs. E. L. Southworth of Evening Shade who has been vis iting her brother, Tom Shaver, and wife, left Friday for Little Rock. Mrs. N. Lacy Tilghman re turned to her home at Little Rock Friday, after a two months’ stay with her parents, Dr. and Mrs. J. M. Jones. The tearing away of the park fence was begun Friday, and in another week the park will have become part and parcel of the railroad yards. Miss Eleanor Neill came down from Batesville Thursday night and left Friday noon for Arka delphia, where she has accepted a position to teach the coming year. We are now prepared to do all kinds of tin work, having two of the best tin ners in the city. Wolff-Goldman Merc. Co. IIos.-r-rBuford, Misses Fes ie Buford and Annie Dutton re turned Thursday from a ten days’ visit to the fair. Mrs. W. R. Thompson will return in a few days. Mr. and Mrs. R. D. Wilmans and little son, James, and Mrs. M. A. Dorsey came home Thursday aft ernoon from Mount Magazine, where they have spent a delight ful summer. Miss Mae Whittaker will begin her school of music September 5th, 1904. Pupils may make ar rangements for their lessons any morning after 9 o’clock at her home on Laurel street. 05d6t Misses Tillie and Mary Sprigg will give a dancing party this evening at their home in honor of Misses Aubrey Hill and Laura Randolph, which promises to be a delightful social affair. Mrs. Edythe Johnson will open her school of music September 1st, 1904. Pupils may make ar rangements for their lessons any evening after 4 o’clock at the music room, 517 Hazel st. 04tf Mrs. A. Weatherford and daughter, Miss Lena, and Miss Annie Weatherford of Clinton, Ky., and Miss Harriet Goodlow of Searcy, attended the circus in the city Thursday night. Frank Dunn of Greenville, Miss., brother of our fellow townsman, W. T. Dunn, came Thursday and has accepted a po sition with the Southern Cotton Oil Company of this city. Dr. R. B. Willis will preach at the Presbyterian church on the Sabbath, Sept. 4, morning and evening, at the usual hours. Sunday School at 9.45 a. m. All cordially invited to services. Miss Laura Randolph, a charm ing young lady of Austin, Tex., whose visits to this city are a source of great pleasure to her many Newport friends, will leave Saturday morning for home. Dr. Charles E. Carroll return ed Thursday afternoon from a several weeks’ visit to home folks in Tennessee, coming home by way of St. Louis, where he took in the sights at the world’s fair. The many friends of A. Arndt will be glad to know that he is again with the Star Clothing House, remembering as they do, the many gentlemanly courtesies he has extended to the patrons of this popular store in former days. The evening perforance of the Pan-American was witnessed by a very small town crowd, but was considered good for that class of circus. The Cook sisters were the star performers. The show went from here to Bates ville and from there to Cotter, where the “hillites” are already in camp awaiting their coming. IN MEMORY OF RAYMOND BOWEN, j W hen a tiny flower is plucked from a field of such blossoms where it is only one of ten thous and, serving partly, in its small way, to compose the great world of nature, it cannot be said that the tiny blossom is missed from its place in the field; but when a creature of God’s own handiwork in whom He has centered a pur pose, and whom He has endowed with life, takes flight from earth’s field, there is an aching heart in the breast of more than one friend left behind. Every little blossom in the gar den of childhood which has, in its pure, sweet innocence, made friends wherever it was known, is loved and cared for when its fragrance is among earthly things, and, when it has been plucked from its little place by the hand of a kind and ever wise Father, is loved and mourn- j ed the more. And a precious flower was plucked from a home in our midst when the innocent soul of little Raymond P. 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During his brief illness, the patient unselfishness of his na ture was a balm to the broken hearts which lovingly tended him in his last hours, and when his gentle spirit had flown, the ten der thoughts still lingered. There is no hand so skilled, to pen Immortal life above, But there are hearts to feel the life Below on earth, and love; There is no mortal life below That knows the glory there, But there are hearts to feel the pain, And there are hearts ter bear. The nearest ever mortal man Approached the Great White Throne, Was when he clasped a little hand, A dear child’s hand alone. And when the loved one goes above, That hand is seen no more, The one fond glimpse too, disap pears, ^ And closed again, the door. A Friend. Read the Independent. NOTICE OF ADMINISTRA TOR’S SALE. NOTICE is hereby given that pursuant to an order of the Probate Court of Jackson County, Arkansas, made on the second day of August, 1904, the undersigned, as administrator of the estate of August Jesse, deceased, will, on the 24th DAY OF AUGUST, 1904, at the front door of the court house in Jackson County, Arkansas, between the hours of nine o’clock in the forenoon and three o’clock in the afternoon of said day, offer for sale to the highest bidder for cash, at public auction, the following lands lying in Jackson County, Arkansas, to-wit: The north half of the southwest quarter of the southeast quarter; the northwest quarter of the southeast quarter, and the northeast quarter of the southwest quarter of Section three (3), in township fourteen (14) north, range one (1) west. Said sale to be for the purpose of paying the debts. William Ruthland, Adm’r. of the Estate of August Jesse, Deceased. 13-w3t Road Notice. Notice is hereby given that the undersigned will apply to the County Court of Jackson county, at the October term thereof, 1904, for an order to establish a new road in Bird Township, to run as follows, to-wit: Beginning at the southeast corner of Section 17, Township 13, north, Range 1 west, running thence west on the section lines between Sections 17 and 20, IS and 19, of Township 13 north, Range 1 west, and Sections 13 and 24, 14 and 23, and 15 and 22, Township 13 north, Range 2 west, to the west side of the right o way of the St. Louis. Iron Mount ain & Southern Railway, there intersecting the Tuckerman and Swifton road. J. E. Johnson, Bud Graham, William Watson. Tiii - 73lh r.f Avg. t. 2604. Your Heart. When Your Heart Fails to Pump Your Blood, Trouble Results. Have you heart trouble? You have, If you find It herd to breathe after walking up stairs, exercising, etc. If you have pain in your left side, in chest, back or shoulder. 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