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96btc exquisite 99dtf i , for Christ .etc. 89btf .oies and little Tid 10 Cent Store. 7 jiggest candy-mak s Kitchen on Walnut lb7t Price for hobby horses, rockers, doll buggies, etc. 89btf presents at the Palace Store. They are head 96btc Chock full, the Palace Jewelry Store of up-to-date goods for Xmas presents. G6btc Salisbury’s high class moving ctures at the opera house Wed ssday night. 2t Mrs. Eugene Shaver of Jack nport visited Newport friends ednesday. Go to I. D. Price for holiday goods. Largest and most com plete line in the city. 89btf Fred Whiting, the popular merchant of Newark, visited this city Wednesday. A ton of toys For girls and boys. I. D. Price, Newport. 89btf Percy Finch was shaking hands with Newport friends Wednes J_ VAC* J • Go to I. D. Price for Christ mas toys. It is headquarters for everything in that line. 89btf Imported china in numerous * pretty pieces at the Sand 10 Cent Store. 98bt£ J. F. Hicks, a popular com mercial tourist of Little Rock, visited Newport friends Wednes day. Just received the nicest line of gold filled umbrellas ever opened in Newport at the Palace Jewelry Store. 96btc John Brodie and wife of Little a Ropk were guests in the city iVesday night, going up the Batesville branch. I. D. Price h|s a fine line of China for the holiday trade. Most beautiful display of Japan ese ware in the city. 89btf Wanted — Hickory logs and poles delivered f. o. b. tracks Choctaw Railway. Write for prices and particulars. James Colbert & Co., 92btf Tupelo, Ark. Capt. T. E. Morrison and wife of St. Louis are expected the last of the week to spend Christmas with their daughter, Mrs. J. L. Jones. Mr. and Mrs. Claude Erwin and Mrs. Elizabeth Watson left Wednesday for a few days’ visit to Little Rock relatives. Mrs. Watson will remain until after the holidays. Our Kandy Kitchen is separate from the restaurant and our ex pert candy maker is an artist in his line. Take a look and you’ll make a purchase. Ib7t Mrs. Fred Smith entertained a few lady friends Tuesday after noon in honor of her sister, Miss Mollie Hall of Holly Grove. The afternoon was a very pleasant occasion to all present. Dr. C. E. Carroll will leave Thursday afternoon for a visit to home folks in Tennessee, where he will spend Christmas, and will return home by way of Washington city. Wonder why? Personal—Young French no bleman recently arrived desires to meet wealthy American girl; object, matrimony; will be at op era house tonight to see Salis bury’s moving pictures; will wear boutonniere of violets. Mrs T. H. Harland and daugh ter left Wednesday afternoon to join Mr. Harland at their new home, Guntersville, Alabama. Mr. Harland is an expert en gineer and has a good position and the family carry with them the best wishes of many New port friends. A Kidney Medicine THAT CURES THE KIDNEYS. Accept no substitute. Insist on having the genuine PRICKLY ASH BITTERS with the large figure 3 in red on the front label SOLD EVERYWHERE • PRICE $1.00 Go to Bishop’s Kandy Kitchen. Huyler’s candies at Bracy’s for Christmas. 97btc Toys for the babies and little folks at the 5 and 10 Cent Store. Fine line imported china no^ open at the Palace Jewelry Store. Imported china in numerous pretty pieces at the 5 and 10 Cent Store. 98btc A full line of Schrafft’s can dies in fancy boxes for Christ mas at Bracy’s. 97btc I. D. Price has a complete line of miscellaneous books suitable for holiday presents. 89btf Hon. H. L. Remmel and wife of Little Rock will eat Christmas dinner with Mr. and Mrs. L. Hirsch. The new Carmen bracelet at Mosby’s. Nothing would make a nicer present for X-mas. 99 i Fletcher Kimberlin, wife and little daughter, Ray, are expect ed Saturday to spend Christmas with Mrs. Flora Kimberlin. Haviland china hand painted tea sets, plates, salad bowls and all kinds of odd pieces can be found at Mosby’s. 99dtf Will Wallace accompanied Frank Lynn and wife to Redding, Cal., Tuesday afternoon, where he will make his home in the far West. Wanted—Young lady operator for local board. Apply to C. S. Mulheron, Southwestern T. & T. Company. 2d6t John Loftin and wife and Misses Mattie Leach and Mattie Loftin of Jacksonport were Christmas shoppers in Newport Tuesday. Mesdames Joe Graham, L. F. Slayden, J. E. Jones and Miss Grace Dowell were Christmas shoppers in Newport from Tuck man Wednesday. Misses Katie and Rina Price, Mary Bailey and Ethel Johnson, w o are attending WilTis insti tute at Searcy, will be home to night to spend the holidays. Wanted — Hickory logs and poles delivered f. o. h>. tracks Choctaw Railway. Write for prices and particulars. James Colbert & Co., 92btf Tupelo, Ark. Rev. F. R. Noe, who has re cently been given charge of the Methodist churches at Auvergne and Weldon, brought his family from Beebe to this city Monday, where they will reside, being un able to get a house near his work. Wolff-Goldman Mercantile Co. are closing out their Christmas articles at actual cost in the hardware de partment. 0 \ d6t HOLIDAY RATES. The Rock Island System will sell round trip tickets to all points in the southeast at one fare plus $2.00. Dates of sale, Dec. 20, 21, 22 and 26; return limit 30 days from date of sale. Direct connection to and from Newport. W. R. Thompson, Agent. ANNOUNCEMENT. The Palace Jewelry Store is now open for all holiday buyers. You are cordially invited to give our stock a look before buying holiday presents. Palace Jewelry Store. 96btc Purity of ingredients and clean liness in making sells Bishop’s candies.- Ib7t • in GROCERY ECONOMY | PRICE IS ONLY ONE OF THE THINGS TO BE CONSIDERED * For if you fail -to get the quality you Simply Throw Away Good Money No matter how small the amount may be. . Therefore our policy is and always has been to sell the right quality at the right price. And you find invariably that a lowrer price than ours means also a corresponding lower quality. It is the combination of prices and • quality in which our store is strong. QUALITY IS OUR WATCHWORD A. BOWIE. ■= I — I OUR HOLIDAY LINE I I INCLUDES AN ASSORTMENT OF I ■ ■ 8 Hand Painted China ft 8 Fancy Box Papers 8 8 Novelties in Stag 8 8 ' Silver, Ebony, China ft 8 Statuary, Candelabras. 8 8 Atomizers, Mirrors 8 ft Music Rolls, Nut Sets 8 8 Wrist and Peggy Bags. 8 ft Gentlemen's Traveling Sets, Pipes ft II Holiday Packages of Cigars and Perfumes, ft I Bevens" Drug Store. I ft We please the particular. ft CANDY IS OUR CRY. * Prepare for Christmas and buy choice candies at BISHOP'S KANDY KITCHEN. They have the Best, from Purest Ingre dients, Cleanly Made and Finest Flavors. TRY THEM. FOR LEASE. NEWPORT OPERA HOUSE. Possession given the 1st day of April, 1905, together with the scenery, fixtures, furniture, etc. Seating capacity 500. Stage 40 feet. Scenery in good condition and furniture in good repair. Good piano. Bids received up to > February 1st and right reserved to reject any and all bids. Ap ply to , L. Minor, Secretary, or I. Goldman, President, 98bta Newport Building Ass’n. toys', TOYS. Iron toys, wooden toys, tin toys, rubber toys, big toys, little toys, and all kinds of toys at I. D. Price’s toy bazar. 89btf I TfirsiNational bank 1 Newport, Arkansas« Under the supervision of the United States Government. PAID IN CAPITAL $50,000.00 SURPLUS - - - 15,000.00 Deposits in sums of one dollar and upwards will be re ceived—the same careful attention is extended both small andjarge depositors: | I =—===== ) j OFFICERS AND DIRECTORS: j I T. J. Graham W. A. Joyce Sigmond Wolff Jos. S. Harvey J. W. Ferrill I T. J. Watson, J. 0. Taylor G. W. Hurley, President. Vice-Pres. W. A. Billingsley, F. A. Jones, , Cashier. Ass’t Cashier. I / • Now is the time to make Yoor Home Merry, and yoo can ■* . 9 / do so if yoo will boy 4 VICTOR TALKING MACHINE, Palace Jewelry Store. Agent Victor* NEWPORT'S LEADING JEWELER. W. H. BARNES & CO. NEWPORT, ARK. BANKERS ANE> BROKERS, Cotton, Stocks, Bonds, Grain, Provisions, Handled on Commission. Private Wires direct to New York, Chieago, St. Louis, and New Orleans. Write for daily Market Letter. ' * J. W. Lindley, Pres. L. T. Slayden, V-Pres. E. V. Holt, Cashier f f BANK OF TUCKERMAN i> , CAPITAL STOCK $20,000.00. —.. 1 .... .—— 0 We are open to the public for all business which constitutes safe & reliable banking DIRECTORS: J. W. LINDLEY, L. T. SLAYDEN, D. C. DOWELL, GEO. L. SMITH, W. E. TALLEY, J. A. GREENHAW, L. D. SMITH. COLLECTIONS A SPECIALTY. Your Patronage is Solicited. Tuckerman, - - Arkansas I AD DDIIUTIMA The dependent has II IK r KIIM I IIMIl one of the most modern J\JU I I 1111 I 111 VI and bcst equipped JOB PRINTING offiices in Jackson county. Bring us your Printing and let us quote you our prices.