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Newport daily independent. (Newport, Ark.) 1901-1929, March 15, 1905, Image 4

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For the
Business Long I
F uture,
Not for Today Only.
i It is our rule—our recognized purpose—to so
conduct every sale, every transaction, that the custom
| of that patron will be even more strongly united to
our store.
The momentary possible small profit is of very
slight importance, and compared with the good will
and enthusiastic friendship of that patron for the long
future, we can not afford to do otherwise than you
l would fairly wish us to do.
We cannot afford to sell a single item at a price
higher than is quoted elsew7here. We can afford to
and do in innumerable instances every day sell goods
, | at prices decidedly lower than similar ;es are
j | sold for elsewhere. QUALITY IS OUR WATCH WoK...
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Quality Tells!
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400,000 KIMBALL Pianos and Organs have been sold;
think what it means-400,000 people have selected and
bought KIMBALL’S because they concluded it was the
best to buy. This number includes tens of thousands of
Colleges, Schools and Musicians, and hundreds of the
Greatest MUSICAL ARTISTS the world has ever known.
It's the Best to Buy.
Established 1853.
Hollenberg Music Co.
Factory Warerooms:
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317 Main St., Little Bock.
Every day from March 1 to
May 15 the Union Pacific will
sell one way colonist tickets at
the following rates from Mis
» souri river terminals, Council
Bluffs to Kansas City inclusive:
$20 to Ogden and Salt Lake
$20 to Butte, Anaconda and
$22.50 to Spokane and Wenat
* chee, Wash.
$25 to Everett, Fairhaven,
Whatcom, Vancouver and Vic
toria, via Huntington and Spo
$25 to"Portland and Astoria,
or to Tacoma and Seattle via
Huntingtonjand Portlund, or via
Huntington and Spokane.
$25 to Ashland, Roseburg, Eu

gene, Albany and Salem via
$25 to San Francisco, Los An
geles, San Diego and many other
California points.
Correspondingly low rates to
many other California, Oregon,
Washington, Montana, Utah and
Idaho points,
For full information call on or
J. H. Lothrop, G. A..
903 Olive Street,
669 St. Louis, Mo.
New Lunch Counter—Bell &
Maynard have opened a new lunch
counter in the old Bordwell sa
loon building, corner of Second
and Walnut streets, where they
will be pleased to see their
friends and promise good service
on all short orders. Everything
new and clean, good cooking and
only the best used. 43b4w
Fresh garden seeds in bulk
at I. D. Price’s. 55btf
All kinds of chill tonic at Ja
cocks’ drug store. 67b7t
Sweet peas and other flower
seed at I. D. Price’s. >5btf
Wall Paper: Jackson papers
rooms complete for $4.
Ar-ka-no Cough Syrup 25c.
Guaranteed at Jacocks’. G7b7t
China sale lasts all week at
I the Palace Jewelry store. 72b6t
Miss Lula Boswell has accepted
a position with Mrs. Etta Mei
Polite treatment and fair deal
! ing is the motto at Jacocks’ drug
I store. 67b7t
They are going fast. What?
;Our 5c laces. Bowen’s Cash
j Store. 72btf
A swell showing of spring
suits for men. Bowen’s Cash
Store. 72btf
Smoke our cigars and you will
be in good humor all the time.
Jacocks’ 67b7t
The largest line of blouse and
sash pins in town at Palace Jew
elry store. 73d4t
Mrs. George Hays will enter
tain the Clover club tomorrow
Ladies belts will be opened at
reduced prices at the Palace Jew
elry store. 73d4t
Prices on fancy china lower
than any in town at the Palace
Jewelry store. 72b6t
Fell out! What? The bottom
of prices on china at the Palace
Jewelry store. 72b6t
The Mite Society meets at the
Christian church parsonage on
Thursday night.
For Rent—One 7-room house.
Apply to Mrs. Josephine McNair
or Dr. L. E. Willis. 73d6t
Over 200 styles of ladies blouse
sets now open for your inspection
at Palace Jewelry store. 73d4t j
Don’t buy that spring or East
er belt until you see the line at:
the Palace Jewelry store. 72b6t1
WThite river continues to drop
steadily, the gauge report for
Wednesday being 18.2 feet.
This week only. China sale at
I. D. Price’s. Everything in the
china line at costand lower. 71tf
36 inch black guaranteed
Taffeta silk $1 a yard at
Wolff-Goldman Merc. Co.
Plant sweet peas now if you
want them to come early. I. D.
Price has fresh seeds in bulk.
Dr. S. W. Smith, the popular;
Kenyon physician with his young;
son, made this office a pleasant;
visit Wednesday, renewing his;
subscription to the Weekly In- i
For Sale—New Schaffer piano ■
with mandolin attachment, for
cash or by installments. Call at i
Elfrank’s. 35btf j
1 J. G. Handel, the popular Au
vergne merchant, in company
with his wife, spent Tuesday in
this city.
Don’t fail to take advantage of
the clearing sale of china now
going on at I. D. Price’s. It only
lasts one week. 71tf
Mrs. JohnB. Greer and mother
Mrs. Mason of Little Rock were
guests in the city Wednesday, j
going to Batesville.
Don’t take other people’s word
for it but come and see for your
self about the china sale at the ;
Palace Jewelry store. 72b6t ,
Mrs. John Loitin, Sr., of!
Jacksonport is spending the week
with her daughter. Mrs. Tom
Shaver, on Laurel street.
Ad Bertig, wife and daughter,
Miss Gene, and Mrs. S. Bertig,
are spending a few days in St.
Louis. — Paragould Solophone.
J. A. VanBrocklin of Little
Rock, who has a host of friends
in this city who always give him
a cordial welcome, arrived in the
city Wednesday.
Mrs. William Snyder of Little
Rock, is visiting some of her
many Newport friends, being
the guest this week of T. J. Cope
land and' family.'
R. Stephenson of Eight Mile,
was trading in Newport Wednes
Seed potatoes, onion sets and
gai'len seeds at Bowen’s Cash
Store. Glbtf
That new lot of spring skirts.
Have you seen them? Bowen’s
Cash Store. 72btf
Ar-ka-no headache powders
10c. No cure, no pay. Jacocks,
the Druggist. G7b7t
Mrs. Etta Merrell has recov
ered from her recent illness and
is able to be out.
Plants “Pure and Sure” gar
den seed are the best. For sale
in bulk at I. D. Price’s. 55btf
The very latest in white
waisting can be found at the
Wolff-Goldman Merc. Co.
Capt. A. Weatherford, the well
known merchant of Grand Glaize,
was here Tuesday and Wednes
Claude Erwin returned from
Walnut Ridge Tuesday where
he had gone on legal busi
36 inch white Jap silk, ex
tra good value, 65c. Wolff
Goldman Merc. Co. 66
Charley Terry, now of Homan,
where he had a position with the
Kelley Lumber Company, came
up Tuesday night.
Mrs. Joe Weisburg entertained
a few intima e friends Tuesday
alternoon to meet Mrs. l^eon
Heilman of St. Louis.
Big reductions on our lisle tis
sues, cotton voiles, crepe de
chines and all spring dress goods
this week. Bowen’s Cash Store.
Mrs. Arthur Fels went to
Batesville Tuesday morning for
a two days’ visit to her uncle,
Nathan Adler, who is quite sick.
W. R. Harding and wife, of
Omaha, Neb., who have been
visiting up the Batesville branch,
were in the city Wendesday re
turning home.
Col. Y. Y. Cook was in the
city Tuesday returning to his
home at Elmo from attending a
meeting of the Confederate
monument committee at Little
Rock. »
Mrs. Nora Newman and daugh
ter of Indian Territory arrived
in the city Tuesday afternoon
and will make their home with
Mrs. Newman’s sister, Mrs. 0.
M. Bowen.
James Blackwood, who has
been attending school at the
state university at Fayetteville,
was compelled to come home on
account of bad health, arriving
Tuosdav nierht.
Owing to the unsatisfac
tory collections for the month
of February we will continue
to sell for cash during the
month of March, wolff
Goldman Merc. Co. 61 tf
by local applications, as they can
not reach the diseased portion of
the ear. There is only one way
to cure deafness, and that is by
constitutional remedies. Deaf
ness is caused by an inflamed
condition of the mucous lining of
the Eustachian Tube. When this
tube is inflamed you have a rum
bling sound or imperfect hearing,
and when it is entirely closed,
Deafness is the result, and un
less the inflamation can be taken
out and this tube restored to its
normal condition, hearing will
be destroyed forever; nine cases
out of ten are caused by Catarrh,
which is nothing but an inflamed
condition of the mucous surfaces.
We will give One Hundred
Dollars for any case of Deafness
(caused by catarrh) that cannot
be cured by Hall’s Catarrh Cure.
Send for circulars, free.
F. J. Cheney & Co.,Toledo, 0.
Sold by druggists, 75c.
Take Hall’s Family Pills for
constipation. _
Jackson, the paint and wall pa
per man. Don’t be afraid to
give him a trial. He will sur
prise you. 69b4w
^ Newport, Arkansas
| Under the supervision of the United States Government.
PAID IN CAPITAL $50,000.00
SURPLUS - - - $2J,500.00
Deposits in sums of one dollar and upwards will be re
ceived—the same careful attention is extended both small
and large depositors.
T. J. Graham W. A. Joyce Sigmund Wolff
Jos. S. Harvey T. J. Gregg J. W. Ferrill *
J. D. Goldman, J. 0. Taylor, W. A. Joyce,
President. Vice-Pres.
W. A. Billingsley, F. A. Jones,
Cashier. Ass’t Cashier. (
W. T. Parish, Assistant Cashier.
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Cotton,Stocks,Bond^Grain,Provisions, ■/
Handled on Commission.
Private Wires direct to New York, Chicago,
St. Loois, and New Orleans.
Write for daily Market Letter.
Solicits the acccounts of depositors who desire
the accommodations of a first-class, well
equipped and reliable banking house.
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Geo. W. Decker, President. R. M. Johnson, Cashier.
A. D. Bailey, Vice Pres’t. T. D. Kinman, Ass’t Cashier.
Thos. J. Graham. Ed. P. Shoffner. J. T. Henderson.
Jos. M. Stayton. Dr. J. M. Jones. T. S. Stephens.
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