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office. tf Walter Sneed is again in the employ of Otto M. Bowen. L. Lippmann was a business caller from Tupelo Saturday. Ladies free on Tuesday after noon at Million’s bowling alley. Hubble is now agent for St. Louis’ best bread, Heydt’s. 26dtf "Parties wanting baggage hauled leave orders at Creighton Hotel. J. L. Tarvin of Kenyon trans acted business in Newport Satur day. Abe Heiligers was in Newport Saturday, mingling with old friends. Miss Grace Watkins of Little Rock1 was a guest of the Creigh ton Friday night. If corpulent, reduce your flesh at Milllion’s bowling alley, the only best way. 39dtf Mrs. W. R. Smith of Hot Springs was in the city Friday night, going to Cotter. Take a look, take a look, at the pretty display of pres-cut glass in Bowen's Cash Store. 40dtf W. R[, Haynes and J. H. Abrams from Little Rock, were Newport visitors Saturday. James W. Butler and Sam Casey of Batesville were guests of the Creighton Friday night. Miss Effie Phillips, of Little Rock, was a guest of the Hazel Friday night, going to Batesville, Misses Hula and Jamie Moore of Sulphur Rock were in the city Saturday, going to the world’s fair * ; Jos. M, Stayton returned from Walnut Ridge Friday night, where he had been attending court. For vigorous exercise that brings a good appetite, try bowl ing at Million’s alley, on Walnut street. 39dtf. The next meetiiag of the Musi cal Coterie will be Thursday aft ernoon, Oct. 20, with Mrs. C. W. Beard. A. Mortensen has moved his cleaning and pressing shop to the newly remodeled building oppo site city jail. 86dtf Mrs. Jean R. Diaz and two little sons went to Batesville Saturday morning to spend Sun day with relatives. Miss Jamie Irby, who is at tending Galloway College, came home Thursday for a far days’ visit to home folks. The Independent regrets to know that S. R. Phillips has been confined to his bed for sev eral days with fever. Mrs. Young of Beebe was a passenger on No. 8 Saturday, go in ct fn Ratesville to visit the fam ily of Hon. Chas. F. Cole. j D. D. Adams and wife and; Miss Esther Neill of Batesville were in the city a few hours Fri day, returning home from the fair. The Busy Helpers will meet i Monday afternoon at 4 o’clock at the Presbyterian church. All, jrjembers are requested to be present. ' No rowdyism allowed at Mill ion's bowling alley, and ladies are invited to partake in this muscle-developing and pleasure giving sport. 39dtf Larry Young who has been employed on the steamer, Ar kansas, for several months on the Arkansas river returned home Thursday. We have changed our terms from a credit to a cash basis. All goods must be paid for on deliv ery; otherwise returned. 36btf Respectfully, A. BOWIE. Herman Schott and James P. Coffin arrived Saturday morning from St. Louis, returning home to Batesville, after atteneing the funeral of the late Simon Adler. Mr^ Geo. Thornburgh left yes terday Vor a visit to relatives at Potosi, Wo. She will be accom panied 4> the fair by Col. Thorn burgh about the 15th.-Arkansas ~ \ ...V, - Rev. William B. H89$ of Batesville, was in the city Fri day night the guest of Dr. Cadesman Pope an,d attended the union service at the Metho dist church. Wallace’s show will disband for the season in Walnut Ridge, Nov. 7, after their date there. The United States Carnival Com pany will also exhibit in that city Oct. 11 to 15. Mrs. 0. S. Lawrence and little daughter, Margaret, returned home Friday night from a three months’ stay at Eureka Springs. We are glad to know little Mar garet is much improved. Prosecuting Attorney Oldfield will be a candidate for congress against Congressman Brundidge at the next election. Mr. Old field is a racer,and don’t you for get it.—Walnut Ridge Blade. Mrs. G. W. McMillan was up from Newport Wednesday and reports that Mr. McMillan is get ting along nicely. He expects to be able to come home in a week or ten days.—Newark Journal. The state convention of the U. D. C. will be held in Batesville next week, beginning Tuesday, Oct. 11. The delegates from the Lucien Gause chapter of this city will be Mesdame M. J. Lucas and J. S. Wilmans - . ... TT 1 1 1_Ll_ JVirs. W. Ej. nun, auu uaugm-ci of Black stone, Va., came Thurs day hight for a short visit to her brother, G. B. Irby, and family. Mrs. Hurt, with her daughter, Miss Sue Armstrong, will leave Monday for the world’s fair. Evangelist Charles N. Critten ton preached to a crowded house at the Methodist church Friday night. There will be no service at the church tonight, but preach ing instead at the depot on Front street. Let all attend. Albert Hindman, formerly of this place, and Miss Ollie Hinkle of Elmo, were married at New port last week, and are spending a few days here with relatives. They expect to leave today for their home at Baring Cross. — Newark Journal. Hon. John Hindman and Mrs. Mary Fuller of Fairview town ship were married Wednesday at the home of the bride, near Pleas ant Plains. They arrived in the city yesterday and have been re ceiving the congratulations and hearty good wishes of their many friends. — Newark Journal. Among those from Newport who attended the funeral of the late Henry Graham were R. M. Johnson, T. J. Gregg, W. A. Billingsley, A. G. Anderson, J. E. and R. D. Wilmans, R. F. Drummond, R. G. Hopkins, J. D. Neal, J. M. Stayton. R. W. and R. L. Bandy, T. E. Tappan, Maury Stevens and P. H. Van-J Dyke. j Mr. Charles JN. Crittenton, founder of the Crittenton rescue | work, who was here about this; time last year and held the sue- j cessful meeting that resulted in the establishment of the home in j this city, will return in about ten | days and hold another meeting. A large chorus choir will furnish music. The same books will be in use as were used last year.—Lit- j tie Rock Democrat. HOW’S "THIS? We offer One Hundred Dollars Reward for any case of Catarrh that cannot be cured by Hall’s Catarrh Cure. F. J. CHENEY & CO., Toledo, 0. We, the undersigned, have known F. J. Cheney for the last 15 years, and believe hint per fectly honorable in all business transactions and financially able to carry out any obligations made by his firm. Walding, Kinnan & Marvin, Wholesale Druggists, Toledo, 0. Hall’s Catarrh Cure is taken internally, acting directly upon the blood and mucus services oi the system. Testimonials sent free. Price 75 cents per bottle. Sold by all Druggists. Take Hall’s Family Pills foi i constipation. Correct Clothes fir Men The taste, fitness, and manner of wearing your clothes. —Lord Chesterfield to his sort. Your clothes will always be in good taste, fit you per fecdy, and give you long service if they bear this label * - tmmmmm———— fllftfcd RcniaminMo | MAKERS » NEW y^RK . €fl Equal to fine cuStom-made in all but price. The makers’ guarantee, and ours, with every garment. €J We are Exclusive Agents in this city. ! Mm i-M a,-‘ ----— HOW BUY YOUR GROCERIES THIS FALL? 1 I Mi TM1 ■' 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. Whan 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 mdney. ! 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. ■ _ _imm i _ n i '■ ■■■ . LI"JL "_-ALil-gJ To Boauilfy Your Comploxloa IN TEN DAYS USE ..SATINOLA.. t e > " . f ; . THE UNEQUALED BEAUTIFIER. i i ■ A FEW applications *111 is move tan or sallow ness and restores the beauty of youth. SATINOLA is a new discovery, guaran teed, and money re unded if it fails to remove Freckles, Pimples. Liver Spots, Blackheads, Tan. Discolorations and Disfiguring Eruptions.! Or dinary eases in ten days, the worst m twenty days. After these defects are removed the skin will be soft, clear, healthy and beauti ul. Price, 50 cents, at drug stores or by mail. Thousands of ladies testify to the merits of Satinola. Mrs. Etta Brown writes: “St. Louis. Mo.. June 30,1904. “1 have been using your Satinola, Egyptian Cream, Soap and Nadine Face powder and like them very much. This is the first summer sine* childhood that 1 have been without freckles. 1 Am 34 years old and have a better complexioivnow than when a Kiri. } NATIONAL TOILET C0.,part1nn Sold in Newport by W. A. Joyce, W. W. Dutton, and all leading druggists.__ 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.” V . ^ . Southern Hotel,' RA VENOEN SPRINGS, ARK. Is now open and ready FOR SUMMER GUESTS. Rates $7.00 per Week. The most beautiful Home Resor in the State of Arkansas. -UTHIA WATERS - CHAaR. HITE • ft ...*• tr 1 -J- ’ 1 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 Sc HUMPHREYS Art and Frame Company __ Enlarge Portraits in Oil, Watqr 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 tlie Teeth. Office Watson Bldg. Phone, 63. Newport, - Arkansas• DR. IRA H. ERWIN EYE, EAR, NOSE AND fHROAT.. OFFICE-8 and 9 Wishon Building NEWPORT, ARK. Dr. Mendenhall’s CHILL and FEVER CURE (This Pictur* on Every Bottle) Cure* Chills, Fever*, Malaria. Bilious o*e*. Talc* it as a General Toni* and at all ' im*s ia plao* of Qninin*. Breaks up Conghi, Colds and LaGrippe. WO CUB*. NO PAY J. C. MXWDXWHALL, Sole Owner EvansvIU*, Indianr W. S. Hubble, UNDERTAKER. Opposit* County Jail. ' Coffins, Caskets, Bur ial Robes and General Undertaker’s Supplies. [prices reasonable] A share of your patronage is solicited. * • Long Distance Phone, 119. Read the Independent for all the news. - • ' ■ _ - - - ■ NATIONAL BANK I' ; Newport, Arkansas. Under the supervision of the United States Government. / . ”r * PAID IN CAPITAL $50,000.00 SURPLUS - - - 15,000.00 | ✓ * , k ! Deposits in sums of one dollar and upwards will be re ceived—the same careful attention is extended both small and large depositors. . r > Y OFFICERS AND DIRECTORS: T. J. Graham W. A. Joyce Sigpond Wolff Jos. S. Harvey J. W. F^ill T. J. Watson, J. 0. Taylor G. W. Hurley, President. Vice-Pres. W. A. Billingsley, F. A. Jones, Cashier. • Ass’t Cashier. y . 'tinin- i. ^ » ■ ... ■" ' ip '* Now Is the time to make Yoor Home Merry, and yon can do so if yon will boy A VICTOR TALKING MACHINE, Don’t, Forget They are the Best. * : * \ V \ f: - ■ *■' ■ »■! - - W. H. 'BARNES & CO. NEWPORT, ARK. BANKERS AND BROKERS, Cotton, Stocks, Bonds, Grain, Provisions, '. . ■ • . • • ■ • V Handled on Commission. Private Wires direct to New York, Chieago, St. Loois, and New Orleans. Write for daily Market Letter. _ . . - I I I JOB PRINTING 'PRINTING offices in Jackson county. Bring us your (printing and let us quote you our prices. I