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’©Id papers for sale at this office. tf Miss Daisy Wells was quite sick Monday. Rev. J. F. Jernigan was here from Weldon Monday. 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. Col. L. Minor returned Satur day night from a visit to St. Louis. For Rent—room; gentleman and lady preferred. Apply at I 522 Hazel street. 46dtf ; If corpulent, reduce your flesh at Milllion’s bowling alley, the only best way. 39dtf Miss Lucy Maxfield came down from Batesville Sunday night, going to St. Louis. Tom Dillard and Ed Sprigg left Monday to take in the sights of the world’s fair. Take a look, take a look, at the pretty display of pres-cut glass in Bowen’s Cash Store. 40dtf Mrs. Will O’Neal is quite sick, and will be taken to Little Rock i for treatment Tuesday morning. Waterman’s “Ideal” Fountain Pen is the best. Every one guar anteed. For sale by I. D. Price. , For vigorous exercise that brings a good appetite, try bowl ing at Million’s alley, on Walnut street. 39dtf. Thomas DeWitt and wife, of Batesville, were in Newport Sunday night on their way to St. Louis. A. Mortensen has moved his cleaning and pressing shop to the newly remodeled building oppo site city jail. 86dtf Just received—several new books by popular authors. These books for rent at 25 cents per • week. I. D. Price. 42b-tf See the musical McDonalds in their original musical act with the McDonald Stock Company at opera house next week. If you want, a Fountain Pen that will give perfect satisfaction, buy the Waterman’s “Ideal.” ' For sale by I. D. Price. ! Rev. T. C. Mahan of Arkadel-fl! phia came Sunday night on ac- 1 count of the serious illness of j his friend, R. 0. Duffer. Mrs. Maude Marshall, after a few days’ visit to her sister, Mrs. W. R. Thompson, left Monday for her home in St. Louis. Miss Imogene Bandy, who is ' attending Maddox Seminary at 1 ' *Little Rock, came home Satur ■» • ^ n _* *i. uay iiigiii lur a wcciv o vioit. Miss Hannah Meyer returned Saturday night from a three weeks’ visit to Hot Springs, and 1 is much improved in health. Iva Martin, of Jonesboro, came over from that city Saturday night and spent Sunday with Mr. , f\nd Mrs. Walter Martin on Laurel street. J. G. Handel remembered the , Independent while in town Mon day. He says the cotton crop will probably be better than ex pected. Mrs. H. L. Remmel, who was to have returned to her home in Little Rock Saturday afternoon, remained over until Monday aft ernoon. No rowdyism allowed at Mill ion’s bowling alley, and ladies are invited to partake in this muscle-developing and pleasure giving sport. 39dtf Mrs. Park Deaderick and little daughter, Josephine, and Miss Willie Morrison, returned Sun day night from a two weeks’ vis it to St. Louis. Capt. J. E. Wilmans and daughters, Mesdames Robert Dor sey, J. A. Jones and Walter Har ris, will leave Monday for a visit to the world’s fair. Mesdames S. A. Moore and J. N. Dunavant of Des Arc and Mrs. S. A. Moore of xewark passed through the city Monday on their way to Newark. SSam Phillips left for St. Louia Monday to attend the conven tion of underwriters which is tc be held in that city. John Jowers, wife and chil dren of Texarkana arrived Sat urday, being called by the seri ous illness of Mrs. Jowers’ father, Mr. R. 0. Duffer. Mayor J. T. Clark of Bald Knob has tendered his resigna tion, which has been accepted by the council, though the vacancy has not been filled. I will sell you a Waterman’s “Ideal” Fountain Pen on an ab solute guarantee. If it does not give satisfaction in every respect return it. I. D. Price. I. D. Price has a complete line of popular Sheet Music. Price 25c. Positively no music ex changed or sent out on crial ex cept the McKinley 10c music. The Royal Hungarian Court orchestra, Thursday, October 27, at opera house; a splendid enter tainment such as Newport sel dom secures. Remember the date. dtf Mrs. Dora Albright, who was called to Barren Fork Thursday by the death of her grandmother, returned home Sunday night to resume her work in the public school. Dr. J. H. Kennerly and wife, Misses Lillian Woods and Sallie Crow of Batesville, were guests of the Creighton Sunday night, returning home from a visit to f V\ 1* n i vi __— . Correct ClotfesjorMen f. A proper degree of dress. —Lord Chcslerjield to his son. '1 11 You’ll find the happy medium in dress II where you find this label gifted $enjamin&(° f MAKERS & MEW Y°RK , <| Equal to fine cuStom-made in all but price, tj] The makers’ | y guarantee, and ours, with j b e-very garment. CjJ We are Exclusive Agents in this city. - Queensware at actual east ern cost. We need room. 200 fine China Teapots, worth 50c to $ \ .00, all go for 25c. 50 doz. individual butters at 2c each. Also several Karlsbad China Din ner Sets,go at $ 19.65*. Wolff Goldman Mer. Co. 44b7t t t-» m l i 1 • /*. 1 1 • u. n. inyivi , me guieu eui torial writer of the Paragould Soliphone, who claimed to be an independent in the recent Wood Davis campaign, yet always man aged to line-up for the governor when the test came, was recently offered the position of state printing clerk to succeed Jobe; but has declined the honor. Some of Capt. T. T. Ward’s Jackson county friends would like to see him land this place, and the In dependent would like to see him so honored. He is worthy of the office, capable of its duties and deserving from long and faithful party service. _ _ ^ 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 him per fectly honorable in all business transactions and financially a Me to carry out any obligations niade 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 of the system. Testimonials sent free. Price 75 cents per bottle. Sold by all Druggists. Take Hall’s Family Pills for constipation. Arthur F. Bailey, after a pleas ant visit home for a few days, returned to Jonesboro Sunday night where he has a good posi tion as bookkeeper in the Bank of Jonesboro. Mrs. Gustave Jones returned home Sunday night from a visit to St. Louis, where she enjoyed taking in the fair with Misses Car rie Stevens and Beulah Beard of Eureka Springs. The many friends of Mr. R. O. Duffer will regret to learn that ae is lying dangerously ill at the lome of his daughter, Mrs. Abe Ballew, and that all hope for his 'ecovery has been despaired of. Marvin Hare and wife of Au vergne and the two little chil Iren of Mrs. Conner, Kathleen md Emerson of Augusta, were n the city Monday morning, re suming from a week’s visit to she fair. Miss Mabel Padgett came down mom Batesville Saturday and spent Sunday with Mrs. Narcie Minor, leaving Monday for St. l<ouis to attend the convention )f underwriters which meets in hat city this week. J. C. Flood, from St. Louis, md Albert Ullman, of Paducah, iy., were visitors to Newport Monday. We are glad to learn hat Mrs. Flood and baby, Or ville, have both fully recovered mom their serious illness. We are closing oat oar rntire line of Glass and ARE YOU SURE YOU OWE IT? You have had bills presented that you thought you had paid, or for goods you know you had never bought. Nobody but a Bill Collector realizes the number of disputed bills there are the first of the month. Of course, it’s somebody’s mistake. Goods are often charged to the wrong customers; the mer chant failed to credit your account when you paid him. No matter what the reason, you don’t like to have these things occur. Just try the Cash Plan in the future and avoid all the objectionable features of the credit business. You pay a big interest for all che “accommoda tions” you get at the credit stores. Even when you pay cash at a store doing a credit business, you have to pay Credit Prices. The merchant charges the losses from “bad accounts” to his cash cus tomers by doubling his profits. That’s the only way he can keep even. It pays to pay Cash. A. BOWIE, “Groceries for Cash.” Southern Hotel, RA VENDEN SPRINGS, ARK. x . ■' * Is now open and ready FOR SUMMER GUESTS. 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• OR. IRA H. ERWIN EYE, EAR, NOSE AND THROAT.. ?T- i < OFFICE-8 and 9 Wishon Building NEWPORT, ARK. Dr. Mendenhall’s CHILL and FEVER CURE • ••, -r/r't :•• •• yaw.— (This Picture on Erery Bottle) Oures Chills, Pavers, Malaria. Bilious ness. Take it as a General Tonis and at all times in place of Quinine. Broaks up Coughs, Colds end LaGrippo. NO CURB. NO 1?AT J. C. MBNI)yHNHAy.,L. Owtar '**•• •.—Iiidiar. W. S. Hubble, UNDERTAKER. Opposite County Jail. Coffins, Caskets, Bur ial Robes and General Undertaker’s Supplies. |PRICES REASONABLE! p . . A share .of your patronage is solicited. Long Distance Phone, 119. Read the Independent for all the news. VfIRST NATIONAL BANK Ml ® Newport, Arkansas• 1 . . - >■- ‘ - r Under the supervision of the United States Government. PAID IN CAPITAL $50,000.00 ;:;n surplus - - - 15,000.00 \ jiio‘1 aobu ===== ' ■ *>. ■* ot 13 • ,, 1 Deposits in sums of one dollar and upwards will be re- * ceiyed—the same careful attention is extended both small and large depositors. 1 • OFFICERS AND DIRECTORS: j M EH I Tl J. Graham W. A. Joyce Sigmond Wolff t Jos. S. Harvey J. W. Ferrill I T. J. Watson, J. 0. Taylor G. W. Hurley, 1 i President. Vice-Pres. | 1 W. A. Billingsley, F. A. Jones, | Cashier. Ass’t Cashier. » Now is the time to make Your Home Merry, and yoo ca do so if yoo will boy A VICTOR TALKING MACHINE, Don't Forget They are the Best. / Palace Jewelry Store* Agent Vicltf, NEWPORT'S LEADING JEWELER. W. H. BARNES & CO. - NEWPORT, ARK. BANKERS AND BROKERS, Cotton,[Stocks, Bonds, Grain, Provisions, Handled on Commission. Private Wires direct to New York, Chicago, St. Louis, and New Orleans. Write for daily Market Letter. 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 piano scale-making is a mathematical problem figured out by sound waves 1o 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 considered The Kimball System and easy payment plan brings it within reach of alL Call or write for Catalogues, prices and terms. ESTABLISHED 1853. Hollenberg Music Co., Factory 317 Main Street, Little Rock Warerooms 243 Wabash Avenue, Chicago. IAD nnHUTIMP The IndePendcnt has II IK I KIN I I Nil one of the most modem I Mill I 111 VI and bcst equipped JOB PRINTING offiices in Jackson county. Bring us your ►Printing and let us quote you our prices.