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Jh're™ there. J Ed Best visited his family at Judsonia Saturday. $X dress goods at Wolff Goldman Merc. Co. for 58c. T. J. Graham of Tuckerman visited Newport friends Satur day. The Christian workers will meet at the parsonage next Monday at 2 p. ni. Wolff-Goldman Clearing Sale, which is now going on, is a stunner. 13btf Miss Zerlina Meyer left Satur day for a three weeks’ visit to friends in Little Rock. R. M. Johnson and J. W. Grubbs were business visitors to the capital city Friday. Overcoats and clothing must go, so hurry. Wolff Goldman Merc. Co. f 3btf Miss Nina Riggs and Miss Jes sie Drury of McCrory were vis itors to Newport Saturday. Just think, $3 shoes dur ing our Clearing Sale $ \ .98. Wolff-Goldman Merc. Co. Internal Revenue Collector F. W. Tucker of Little Rock made a Vmsinpss visit to this city Satur •lay. Mrs. P. M. Lewis, who is vis iting her sister, Mrs. A. J. Wolf, has been quite sick for the past three days. Mrs. Maggie Mayhue and lit- j tie son of Batesville were guests of the Creighton Saturday, leav ing on No.7. for Little Rock. Rev. J. H. Brooks of Bald Knob spent Friday night with the family of Rev. T. F. Rich ardson on his way to Batesville. Miss Bessie Martin, who is visiting her brother, Walter Mar tin, of this city, is still quite . ill, and it is feared, has appendicitis. J. N. Cypert andC. T. Mathe ny of Batesville were guests of the Hazel Friday night en route home from a business trip to Dittle Rock. Misses Emily and Ruth Hand ford of Batesville passed through Newport Thursday, en route to Nashville, Tenn., where they at tend Bellmont college. Wanted — Hickory logs and poles delivered f. o. b. tracks; Choctaw Railway. Write for prices and particulars. James Colbert & Co., 92btf Tupelo, Ark. A. J. Vaccaro of Brinkley, for mer of this city, has purchased an interest in the business of the Green Tree Saloon, formerly! owned exclusively by I. W. Mal lory.—Forrest City Times. Misses Lula May and Alma Futrall, who were home during the holidays, left Saturday night, the former for Osceola and the latter for Newport, to resume their school work.—Marianna In dex. The lynching of a white man at Newport may convince some editors and others in the north that a negro and a white man look just alike when they out rage virtue.—Jonesboro Times Enterprise. Dr. H. G. Campbell, who is taking a post-graduate course in a medical college in New York j city, writes that he is well pleased with his work and or ders the Independent sent him to keep posted on his home city news. The R. C. Dorr Mercantile Co.! of Batesville has filed a certif icate with the secretary of state, removing the place of business to Magness, Independence coun ty, and increasing the capital stock to $2,500. R. C. Dorr is president. . Dispatches from Chicago state that Gov. Davis has threatened to have a bill introduced in the Arkansas legislature to prohibit racing unless Capt. R. R. Rice of Varner is reinstated by the West ern Jockey club. The governor refuses to discuss the subject.— Xittle Rock Democrat. -4 J. W. Byler was shakingjhands with old friends Saturday/ W. S. Levy of Memphis visit ed Newport friends Saturday. Ernest Morgan' of Olyphant visited Newport friends Friday. Mrs. J. H. Abrams came up from Little Rock Friday for a short visit. Roy Dutton returned Friday afternoon from a few days’ visit to Memphis. Mrs. R. M. Stuck of El Paso, Tex., was a guest of the Creigh ton Friday night, going to Bates ville. J. R. Mayhan spent Saturday with the incoming solons at Lit tle Rock, presenting the claims of Jno. H. Keel to wield the gav el in the next house. Representative Andrews of Sharp county, who is a brother of Dr. F. Andrews of near Fitz gerald, was here Friday night on his way to Little Rock. Mr. and Mrs. Ike Goldman ex pect to leave tonight for a short visit to St. Louis to attend a big reception to be given by Jake Goldman next Monday. Eben Daggett of Avard, 0. T., who spent the holidays visiting relatives and friends in Marian na, returned home Monday night, accompanied by his brother, Max Daggett. We understand the boys have purchased a drug store, whhh they expect to take charge of at once. The Index wishes them much success in their venture.—Marianna Index. When the White River road is completed it is believed by many, who have made special investi gations, that it will be the means of opening up one of the richest zinc fields in the world. Devel opments so far go to substantiate this claim. Our people of North Arkansas have hardly stopped to consider what this means to the industrial and commercial inter ests of this section. It means a great deal for Batesville. —Bates ville Bee. Mrs. M. M. O’Neal called at our office Wednesday morning and subscribed for the Free Press, to be sent to her son Will, who is at Ceurnavaca, Old Mex ico. Mrs. O’Neal informed us that Will had been at that place about two months and was de- j lighted with the country. He is in the employ of a railroad com pany as secretary to one of the officials on a private car. We wish for him health and pros perity in his new fields.—Au gusta Free Press. W. D. Burd, the veteran pearl i v i. _ _'l ~j? a UUV cl vvuvj nau an cAinuit wx ru kajisas pearls in the varied in dustries building at the fair, upon which he was awarded a handsome silver medal, was here Saturday on his way to Black Rock. Speaking of the pearl ex hibit at the St. Louis exposition Mr. Burd inquired if it were gen erally known that the largest and handsomest pearls in the $250, 000 necklace displayed by a New York firm had been taken from White and Black river mussels. BEWARE OF OINTMENTS FOR CATARRH THAT CONTAIN j MERCURY — As mercury will surely destroy j the sense of smell and completely derange the whole system when entering it through the mucous j surfaces. Such articles should never be used except on pre scriptions from reputable physi cians, as the damage they will | do is ten fold to the good you can possibly derive from them. Hall’s Catarrh Cure, manufact ured by F. J. Cheney & Co., To ledo, 0., contains no mercury, and is taken internally, acting directly upon the blood and mu cous surfaces of the system. In buying Hall’s Catarrh Cure be sure you get the genuine. It is taken internally and made in To ledo, Ohio, by F. J. Cheney & Co. Sold by Druggists. Price 75c. per bottle. Take Hall’s Family Pills for ( constipation. Read the Independent. -—PHONE NO 29. -- New Stock. Fresh Goods. For the best in the grocery line, for courteous treatment and prompt attention to orders, go to the STANDARDGROCERCO Just opened this month, with clean fresh st ck H of all Staple and Fancy Groceries. 1 Try Us. We Promise to Please. I E. L. MARIS, Manager. I _* __ Not Yet the Oldest. Not the Biggest, Grocery in Newport. Just a little better grade of goods than the others keep, that’s all, but . that’s enough to induce you to trade with us when you fully realize its truth. GOOD, PURE GROCERIES Are worth while, and when you get them at the same price charged for inferior goods, the argument is convincing. The scientific way of ascertaining the truth of any proposition is by experiment. Test the the truth of assertion by giving us a trial. We will make it our business to please you. QUALITY IS OUR WATCHWORD A. BOWIE. “ IF YOU CAN’T COME TELEPHONE ” g| 3 The New Perfume, A I HOD BIG ANTS 1 | IDEAL I | Bevens Drug' Store, j 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.! f i FIRST HATH | Newport, »rlr, Under the supervision of the Unite1 PAID IN CAPITAL $5 SURPLUS - - - 15, Deposits in sums of one dollar and upwar' ceived—the same careful attention is extendi andjarge depositors. OFFICERS AND DIRECTORS: T. J. Graham W. A. Joyce SigmonJ Jos. S. Harvey J. W. Ferrill T. J. Watson, J. 0. Taylor G. W. Hurlel President. Vice W. A. Billingsley, F. A. Jones, Cashier. Ass’t Cashier. Now is the time to make Your Home Merry, and yon do so if yoo will buy A VICTOR TALKING MACHINE, Don’t Forget They are the Best. ■). J Palace Jewelry Store* Agent Victsi: NEWPORT'S LEADING JEWELER. A W. H. BARNES & CO. NEWPORT, ARK. i • , '? BANKERS AND BROKERS, Cotton. Stocks. Bonds, Grain, Provisions, 41 Handled on Commission. Private Wires direct to New York, Chicago, St. Louis, and New Orleans. Write for daily Market Letter. J. W. Lindley, Pres. L. T. Slayden, V-Pres. E. V. Holt, Cashier BANK OF TUCKERMAN CAPITAL STOCK $20,000.00. ■ —— ■ ■ — ■ ■■ . ' I 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 DDILITIMA The Independent] has JOB PRINTING striata PRINTING offiices in Jackson county. Bring us your Printing and let us quote you our prices.