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ST. L.. I. M. A S. RAILWAY. NORTH BOUND. No. 72. Local Freight. 12:10 P- m No. 2. 2:05 a. m. No. 4. 10:40 .am No i* 9:02 p.m. No! .. 10:45 p‘ m No. lv. 11:14 p.m. No. 20 .. 1:1:43 p- m SOUTH BOUND. No. 73. f-ocal Freight. 7:00 *• m No. IT . 4:00 a. m No. .. 4:45 “* m' No. 11. 6:45 a.m. No. 3. 4:65 p.m No. 1.10:45 p.m No. ..11:33 **• “* BATESVILLE BRANCH. Passenger Leaves. 7:06 a- n Mixed " .11:45 a.m. PassengerlArrives. 7:40 P- m Mixed “ .. • • 10:16 »• m ROCK ISLAND SYSTEM. Passenger Arrives. 1:40 p‘ m Passenger Departs. 3:15 p‘ m Local Freight Departs. 6:30 *■ ro On Tuesday. Thursday and Saturday _ THE INDEPENDENT PERCY H. VANDYKE, Publisher and Editor. NEWPORT, - - ARKANSAS. ADDITIONAL LOCAL. Wherever “A Ruined Life” has played this season the critics are unanimous in their praise and claim it to be the best of the many melodramatic productions of the season. Claude Coger, a bright news paper man of Evening Shade, who issues a paper which, ed itorially would be a credit to any town, was registered at the Ha zel Saturday night. Chas. L. Watkins, late clerk of the Arkansas World’s Fair Com mission, has been appointed clerk to Senator James P. Clarke, vice June P. Wooten, now prac ticing law in Little Rock. Mrs. Robert Carvell and son, W. B. Carvell, left Monday after noon over the Choctaw for their home at Allensville, Ky., after a three weeks’ visit to J. D. Car vell and wife in this city. Mrs. Cora Penn of Augusta, who has many Newport friends, was married last Thursday after noon at her home in Little Rock to Mr. Adolph D. Lectra, a clerk in the Rock Island offices of that city. Mr. and Mrs. George Congdon, Mrs. I. E. Hartley, Misses Jessie Hartley and Ila Gresham formed a jolly party of Brinkley ites who saw the “Prince of Pilsen’’ in Memphis Tuesday night. — Brink ley Argus. David Bowen, a former teacher at the Peabody school, will teach the summer school again this year. The children are delighted to have their old favorite back again.—Tupelo Correspondence Augusta Free Press. John Scally has returned home to Tuckerman, after a month’s visit to Tampa, Florida, where he left his wife and children getting along nicely. They will spend the remainder of the win ter enjoying the Gulf climate. Mrs. E. F. Bevens of Newport and Miss Nettye Bevens of this place returned home from Batesville Sunday, w here they spent- several days with the latter’s brother, George Bevens, and family.—Newark Journal. Mrs. Thomas Lawson of Bates ville came to Cotter Wednesday for the purpose of looking over the situation for another hotel. Her decision was not made pub lic, but it is said that she will either rent, buy or build.—Cot ter Courier. That coroner’s jury at New port which returned a verdict that Louis Allwhite came to his death at the hands of a mob of unknown and undisguised men, must have been composed of strangers in the community.— Batesville Guard. Sigmund Wolff, who has been in New York for medical treat ment by a specialist the past two weeks, is getting along nicely and will probably leave there Friday, stopping off in St. Louis for a visit to his family before returning to Newport. Gib Weaver, a former resident of this place, died Saturday at WHEN THE KIDNEYS ARE AILING. The Urgent Need of Prompt Restora tive Measures is Something That Every One Should Understand. “A Stitch in Time Saves Nine.” Slight disorders in the kidneys or uri nary organs are more serious than most people think. The first warning symp toms should receive prompt medical treatment to ward off Bright’s Disease or some other dangerous malady. When the kidneys are ailing and the symptoms become sufficiently pronounced to be noticeable the condition calls at once for prompt measures to stay the progress of the disease. Prickly Ash Bitters is the remedy needed. Taken on the ap pearance of the first symptoms, such as pain in the back, puffiness under the eyes, irregularities in the urine, digestive disorders, it will save the victim incal culable misery and suffering, mental torture and expense. Used at the begin ning of the trouble it cures quickly. Used in the more advanced stages it will win back health and strength as rapidly as circumstances will possibly permit. Accept no substitute. Insist on having the genuine Prickly Ash Bitters with the large figure 3 in red on the front label. Sold at Drug Stores, $1.00 Per bottle. his home near Newport from consumption. The remains were shipped to Magness for burial. The funeral took place Monday, Rev. A. Douglass conducting the services.—Newark Journal. Referring to the Sunday ex cursion to this city the Yellville Echo urged the people of that town to take advantage of the rate and (speaking of Newport) see “one of the best towns in Arkansas, inhabited by a whole souled, progressive people.” Miss May Belle Long, daugh ter of the new Baptist pastor, Rev. H. M. Long, after spending several days at De Vail’s Bluff with her sister, Mrs G. P. Tum lin, arrived in Newport Saturday and is now at home with her parents at 318 Laurel street. The freeze loosened some of the rocks on the bluff along the railroad south of town, and to prevent accidents from falling rocks the most dangerous pro jections were blown off with dynamite Tuesday by railroad employes. — Calico Rock Progress. LETTER TO MR* WALTER DA VIS, NEWPORT, ARK. Dear Sir: Three gallons saved is $12 to $15 earned. Mr. Hanford Platt of Bridge port, Conn., ordered 15 gallons Devoe to paint his house, and re turned 3 gallons. His painter said it would take 15; a lead-and oil painter. Hubbell & Wade Co. sold it. They say everybody has the same experience there. me reason is, ui cuuise, uic;.y are used to poor paint. What is poor paint? Anything not Devoe; some worse than others. Besides, paints wear about as they cover. Double the $12 tq $15. Yours truly, F. W. Devoe & Co., New York and Chicago. SEARCY CELEBRATES LEE MEMORIAL. Searcy, Jan. 21.—The birth ! day of Gen. Robert E. Lee was appropriately recognized by a . reception at the Searcy Institute under the auspices of Dandridge McRae chapter of the U. D. C. | of Searcy. The program em braced a recital by Miss Lottie Campbell of Little Rock; a song by Miss Alice Hart, “The Bonnie Blue Flag,” songs bv a male ! quartette, “Sewanee River” and “My Old Kentucky Home;” i piano music, Miss Blythe Rives, and a most excellent paper on | Lee by Mrs. R. B. Willis, state historian of the U. D. C., under whose hospitable roof the recep tion was given, and last, but not least, the awarding of the crosses ] of honor. The reception and entire program was most happy and patriotic, the voluntary con tribution for the confederate monument, to be erected on court square, Searcy, was good, and all left highly pleased and enthused. 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. TO BEAUTIFY YOUR CMPLEXION IN 10 DAYS USE-gnat?-"" S A T I NOLA, The Unequaled Beautifier. I QATINOLA is a new discovery, guaranteed, and money refunded if it fails to remove the worst case of Freckles, Pimples, Tan, Sal lowness, Liver Spots, Blackheads or any Skin Eruption, in 20 days. Leaves the skin clear, soft, healthy, and restores the beauty of youth. Thousands testify to the merits of Satinola. Price 50c and $1.00, by leading druggists or mail. Prepared only by NATIONAL TOILET CO. PAJtenn. Sold in Newport by W. W. Dutton, W. A. Joyce and all leading druggists. Convulsion, Fits, then Epilepsy. Dr. Miles’ Restorative Nerv ine has been so successful in curing these brain-wrecking diseases that there is every reason to believe that even the most hopeless cases can be benefited, if not fully restored. We will be pleased to refer any one thus afflicted to many who now enjoy the blessing of health, after years of hopeless suffering. “I have a son that had brain fever when two years old, followed by fits of the worst type, and he was pronounced incurable. I spent hundreds of dollars for him, without relief. After about fifteen years he became so bad that we sent him to Long-cliff hospital for the Insane, at Logansport, Ind. He was there nearly three years, but he con tinued to grow worse, so we brought him home July 30, 3902, in an awful condition. He had lost his mind almost entirely. lie hardly knew one of the family; could not even find his bed; was a total wreck. He had from 5 to 30 fits a day. We were urged to try Dr. Miles’ Nervine, and before the first bottle was used, we could see a change for the better. We have given it to him ever since, and he has had but two very light spells since last August, 1903, arid then he was not well other ways. We pronounce him cured, as he can work and go anywhere. If any one wishes to ask any questions concerning this, they are at liberty to do so.” E. H. BUNNELL, Lincoln, Ind. Dr. Miles’ Nervine Is sold by your druggist, who will guarantee that tno first Dottle will benefit. If It faila, he will refund your money. Miles Medical Co., Elkhart, Ind TRY THE Weems Laundry. When you want good work. They make a specialty of Dyeing and Cleaning Clothes. 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