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J HERE AND THERE. J Old papers for sale at this office. tf Hubble is now agent for St. Louis’ best bread, Heydt’s. 26dtf Parties wanting baggage hauled leave orders at Creighton Hotel. Mrs. C. S. Mulheron returned Friday from a visit to Little Rock. Esquire Hogan, T. D. and Ab j Lawrence were down from Tuck erman Friday. A. J. Shell and W. T. Altman ' were business visitors Friday from Swifton. Mrs. Guy Brown and son, Lin ville, returned Thursday from a visit to the fair. Thomas B. McCormick of Memphis was a business visitor in the city Friday. Mrs. Morris Berger and mother Mrs. Goetterof New York are visiting the fair. — Jonesboro Sun. D. E. Morgan, bookkeeper for the Pierce Lumber Company at Olyphant, was in the city Fri day. Frank Lynn, C. E. Daniels and Arthur Umsted were passengers Friday on No. 8, going to Wal mif. Ri^trp Thomas Patterson and family of Portland, Oregon, arrived Thursday and will make Newport their home. A. Mortensen has moved his cleaning and pressing shop to the newly remodeled building oppo site city jail. 86dtf Mrs. T. C. Mahan and children left Friday on No. 7 for Arka delphia, where they will reside in the future. Miss Maude Drummond re turned to Galloway college at Searcy Friday morning, after a short visit home. Ed Wilmans, wife and Misses Mary Laird and Tillie Sprigg left Friday morning for a few weeks’ visit to the world’s fair. Position Wanted — By ste nographer and bookkeeper, who can furnish best references. 0. J. Ive, Jacksonport, Ark. 29d6t Rev. W. B. Hayes was in the city Thursday night, returning to his home in Batesville from a week’s visit to Jonesboro. Revs. J. D. Sibert and J. F. Jernigan came up from Auvergne Thursday night and Mr. Sibert I left for Searcy Friday morning. Wm. Porter and wife of Cotter and Mrs. A. J. Patterson of Batesville were here Thursday night on their way to the world’s fair. Miss Hester Lynn Phillips will i open a class in voice culture Oc tober 1st, and will be glad to meet at her home all who are in terested. 124dtf Miss Jessie Kirby of Evening Shade was in the city Thursday \ night, returning home from Snapp, Ark., where she has just closed a summer school. | Judge F. D. Fulkerson and Court Stenographer James Mar tin came down from Batesville Thursday night and reconvened circuit court Friday morning. Mrs. T. C. Mahan, who has been visiting friends in Black Rock the past week, returned to Newport Thursday and will leave in a few days for Arkadelphia. R. L. Thornton of Jonesboro was in the city Friday returning | from Osceola, where he was one of the attendants at the Krewson Hale wedding Wednesday night. We are now prepared to 1 do all kinds of tin work, 5 having two of the best tin ners in the city. Wolff-Goldman Merc. Co. From a letter received from Mrs. T. E. Allen, who is now in Colorado Springs, we learn that Mr. Allen is getting along fairly well and is thought to be improv ing. Willie Wilson, son of Wm. Wil son of Auvergne, died Wednes day and was buried at Sand Hill Thursday. The funeral services were conducted by Rev. J. F. Jer nigan. E. C. Hoffman, a former part ner in the Independent, is ex pected here next week from Mar shall, Mo., on a visit to the fam ily of Wm. Bailey and to the editor. Ross Davenport, formerly in the Iron Mountain service here, but now of Hoxie, leaves shortly for the fair, and will go from there to Alabama to engage in farming. Miss Fannie Tisdell, an artistic trimmer of Springfield, Mo., ar rived in Marianna last week and will have charge of Mrs. Shaul’s millinery establishment this fall. —Marianna Index. Misses Beulah and Irene Casey, who have enjoyed a week’s visit to the world’s fair city, passed through Newport Thursday morning, en route to their home at Mountain Home. Col. George Thornburg, who will retire Oct. 1 from the man agement of the Arkansas Metho dist, v./ill not retire from the newspaper business. He will still publish the Masonic Trowel. Ex-Governor J. P. Eagle left Albuquerque, N. M., Monday for home, coming by way of St. Louis, and will reach Little Rock by Saturday night. He is great ly improved in health.—Little Rock Democrat. The next campaign has opened up early in White county a$d promises to be interesting. Edi tor Wood of the Beebe News charges Editor Baugh of the Searcy Citizen with scratching the* ticket, and the latter replies that he always scratches a drunk ard and for that reason would scratch the editor of the News if he were nominated.—Ex. GRUBBS NOTES. We are dry and dusty. Ollie Black has been very sick, but is convalescent. Cotton picking is in full sway, but the crop is light. The Rebekah’s organized a lodge last week with eleven mem bers. Uncle Bill Robinson has gone to the hills to be absent several days. John Williams is chief cook and bottle washer at Mike Denton’s store. Mrs. Lou Turner has been sick for five weeks, but is reported better. Jim Shirley, our cold storage j man, has returned after several months’ absence. Sim Ferren has put up a saw mill and is cutting lumber for building purposes. The horse-traders are sympa thizing with Herbert Sandmon aver the death of Bugger. Pa Edwards has put up a chicken park, which adds much to the appearance of the town. We are looking for electric! lights, an oil well, coal mine and wireless telegraphy. Great is Grubbs. Lige Blansett has put up a new chimney to his house. He says by gum everybody ought to have one. Capt. Chronicle. THROUGH TOURIST CAR SER VICE TO CALIFONIA. Commencing Saturday Septem ber 17th, the Iron Mountain Route will inaugurate through car service to Los Angeles, Cali fornia. This is the ‘ ‘True South ern Route” via Texarkana and El Paso. Special low rate colo nists’ tickets to California points will be on sale September 15th to October 15th, via Iron Mountain Route. For tickets and reserva tion apply to local agent. H. C. Townsend, G. P. & T. A. TO THE FAIR. Tickets on sale to St. Louis daily via the Iron Mountain route. $9.55 for the round trip; return limit fifteen days from date of sale. T. H. Reamey, Agt. Correct Clotlesfor Men Man or woman cannot resist an engaging exterior; it will please, it will make its way. —Lord Chesterfield to his son. An engaging exte- || rior is assured by th$ ! clothes that bear this label j i ■in i i' ■ ^IJifcd $enjamin&(o MAKERS % NEW Y°RK •fl Equal to fine cuflom-made in all but price. <J The makers’ guarantee, and ours, with every garment, We are Exclusive Agents in this city. I I I 11 1 I HOW BUY YOUR GROCERIES THIS FALL? CASH OR CREDIT. Is not the pay-as-you-go plan the best? Many think it is best, because— 1. When you pay cash you are sure to buy at the lowest market price. 2. When you pay cash you realize how much you are spending, so live within your means. 3. When you pay cash you never overbuy. 4. When you pay cash you buy at a cash store (if you are wise), where there is only one price, and where rich and poor are <treated alike. 5. When you pay cash at a cash store there are no bad ac counts to consider, but prices are made on a cash basis, so you are sure to save money. 6. When you pay cash for a few months you will not wil lingly go back to the old style credit plan; not if you are like a majority of buyers. All this being true, won’t you decide to begin this fall to buy of us for cash? Your money back always if you want it. It Pays to Pay Cash. A. BOWIE. » DR. KERMOTT’S LIVER REGULATOR Ppiltivtly Core* Liver Complaint and Dyspepsia. Gkntlbmen .—For years I hare suffered from con stipation and dyspepsia; tried many different remedies but received no lasting: benefit until, dis couraged, was induced to try the celebrated reme dy. “Dr Kermott’* Liver Regulator ” and can say truthfully ere 1 took one box was permanently cured. We use it altogether in our famil v now. Mrs. H. C. COLLINSON, Stratford. Price 25 cents per package or five packages for $1.00. Ask for FREE Sample. For sale at Dutton’s Drug: Store. ONE-WAY RATES. Every day from Sept. 15 to Oct 15, 1904, the Union Pacific will sell one-way colonists tickets at the following rates, from Mis souri river terminals, Council Bluffs to Kansas City: $20.00 to Ogden and Salt Lake City. $20.00 to Butte, Anaconda and Helena. $25.00 to San Francisco, Los Angeles, San Diego and many other California points. $22.50 to Spokane and Wenat chee, Wash. $25.00 to Everett, Fairhaven, Whatcom, Vancouver, and Vic toria, via Huntington and Spo kane. $25.00 to Portland and Astoria; or to Tacoma and Seattle, via Huntington and Portland or via Huntington and Spokane. $25.00 to Ashland, ‘Roseburg, Eugene, Albany and Salem via Portland. From Chicago and St. Louis proportionately low'rates are in effect by lines connecting with the Union Paciffc to all above points. For full information call on or address J. H. Lothrop,^ 903 Olive St., St. Louis, Mo. 18tOctlO Southern Hotel, RA VENDEN SPRINGS, ARK. Is now open and ready FOR SUMMER GUESTS. i — | Rates $7.00 per Week. The most beautiful Home Resor in.the State of Arkansas. -LITHIA WATERS CHAS. R. HITE Farm, City and Timber Lands Bought and Sold. Farm Insurance Notary Public. Will Pay Your Taxes. Call or write, No. 107 Hazel street, Newport, Ark. WOOD & HUMPHREYS Art and Frame Company Enlarge Portraits in Oil, Water Colors, Pastel Sepirose, Crayon and Sepia. Guarantee Satisfaction. BRADFORD. - ARKANSAS. DR. CHAS. E. CARROLL Dentist Gives special attention to Crown and Bridge Work, And correction of Irregularities of the Teeth. Office Watson Bldg. Phone, 63. Newport, - Arkansas» DR. IRA H. ERWIN EYE, EAR, NOSE AND THROAT.. OFFICE-8 and 9 Wishon Building NEWPORT, ARK. 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.” W. S. Hubble, \ UNDERTAKER. I Opposite County Jail. Coffins, Caskets, Btir ial Robes and General Undertaker's Supplies. |PRICES REASONABLE| A share of your patronage is solicited. Long Distance Phone, 119. WORLD'S FAIR RATES. Louisiana Purchase Exposition, St. Louis, April 30th to Decem ber 1, 1904. Rate for ten day excursion ticket will be one fare and one-fifth for the round trip. Tickets on sale daily April 27th to November 30, 1904. Rate for sixty day excursion ticket one fare and one-third for the round trip. Tickets on sale April 25th to Nov. 20th. Rate for season EXCURSION TICKETS eighty per cent, of double the standard one way fare for the round trip. Tickets on sale daily April 15th to Nov. 15th, Final return limit Dec 15, 1904. Thos. H. Reamey, Agt. | •I Under the supervision of the United State*, PAID IN CAPITAL $50,000.00 SURPLUS - - - i 5,000.00 Deposits in sums of one dollar and upwards will be re ceived—the same careful attention is extended both small and large depositors. OFFICERS AND DIRECTORS: 1 T. J. Graham W. A. Joyce Sigmond Wolff | Jos. S. Harvey J. W. Ferriil T. J. Watson, J. 0. Taylor G. W. Hurley, ! President. Vice-Pres. I W. A. Billingsley, F. A. Jones, Cashier. Ass’t Cashier. ; t Now is the time to make Yoar Home Merry, and you can do so if yoa will bay A VICTOR TALKING MACHINE, Don't Forget They are the Best. i Palace Jewelry Store. Agent Vic'Cf, NEWPORT'S LEADING JEWELER. W. H. BARNES & CO. / ; NEWPORT, ARK. BANKERS AND BROKERS, Cotton, Stocks, Bonds, Grain, Provisions, Handled on Cjpmmission. Private Wires direct to New York, Chicago, St. Louis, and New Orleans. Write for daily Market Letter. x — KEYSTONE OF Kimball Piano STRUCTURE. The sale of the Kimball Piano is the keystone of its unsurpassable quality, the founda tion of its great musical worth, the cause of its popularity with artists and musicians. Perfect y piano scale-making is a mathematical problem figured out by sound waves to the merest fraction of a second. Not all piano makers strive for perfection along this line (many making no pre tense), but out of the few who have nearly reached the goal, Kimball is Prominent. - One of the most perfect musical scales is displayed in the cultivated human voice. An imperfect scale piano is like a person who cannot sing correctly—it’s worse because all do not claim to sing. It costs money to cultivate the voice, it costs more money to perfect a piano scale. The cost to produce a perfect Kimball scale has been no less than that of other of the recognized artistic pianos of the world, yet because of the advantages of the largest output from any factory, we are able to sell the Kimball at a very moderate price, quality copsidered The Kimball System and easy payment plan brings it within reach of all. Call or write for Catalogues, prices and terms. ESTABLISHED *853. Factory 317 Main Street, Little Rock Warerooms 243 Wabash Avenue, Chicago. 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