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ENERGY and CAPACITY I Are the principles which have brought our store to its present magnitude and will promote its future growth. | The broad, just and liberal methods ' upon which our retail business was ? founded and has been conducted are ex ! pected to carry it further ahead and \ enable us to give better Service in days \ to come. We try to make friends of our customers. Transient trade is all right (we want that, too), but steady custom | is the foundation of business. That is what we are working for—Your round ■ trade. We are giving prices that will at • tract, and guarantee treatment that will 1 hold you. A. BOWIE. HEVENS' DRUG STORE “IF YOU CAN'T COME TELEPHONE'' Again we Have Replenished Our Stock of Perfumes and n Talcum Powders » ^B 0 --« w M g WE CARRY COLGATE’S, RICKSECKER’S, o Q PALMER’S, ALFRED WRIGHT’S, IMPERIAL g Z CROWN, ROGERS & GALLET’S, HOUBIGANT’S w 1 AND ALLEN’S BEST ODORS. § , OUR CRUSHED ROSES AND VERONA VIOLET _ ■ TALCUM POWDERS, IN GLASS BOTTLES. AT B ■ FIFTEEN CENTS PER BOTTEE, AS A HIGH B ■ GRADE ARTICLE FOR A MEDIUM PRICE, ARE B ■ RECORD BREAKERS. B I Bevens’ Drug Store. I Quality TellsI 400,000 Kimballs Have Been Sold 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: 317 Main St., Little Rock. A New Drug: Store Tupelo, Arkansas. SOMETHING NEEDED. We have just established a new and up-to-date Drug Store in Tupelo. Every drug pure, new and active. We keep all you will need. See us before going to the city to buy your drugs. J. McGEE & SON. /_ $ HERE AND THERE. J Dr. Goldstein at Hotel Creigh ton. Phone 198. 92tf The best line of cigars at Ja cocks.’ 91b7t For dray at any hour call up Hazel hotel. 83dtf Don’t forget the prize at the bowling alley. 90d5t Perfumes true to odor at Ja cocks drug store. 91b7t Saturday is banana day at Bowen’s Cash Store. dl Jacocks’ drug store is the up to-date one of Newport. 91b7t S. A. Davis, local agent for “The World’s Progress.” 86bl4 W. P. Mason of Bradford, was a Newport visitor Thursday. Jackson sells house paint for $1.15 a gallon, high grade. 78 Strawberries, the first of the season, at Bowen’s Cash Store. 91dtf The Busy Helpers will meet Monday afternoon with Mrs. R. M. Johnson. Mrs. J. H. McHugh returned Thursday from a short visit to Hot Springs. W. H. Barnes arrived in the! city Friday looking after busi* ness interests. A large stock of Prescription No. 4000 for rheumatism at Ja cocks’ drug store. 91b7t Dr. R. B. Willis came up from Searcy Thursday, looking after his pastoral work. $1 cash prize given every night for highest score in cocked hat at the bowling alley. 90d5t S. H. Pierce of the Pierce Lumber Company at Olyphant spent Friday in the city. Miss Mabel Padgett came down from Batesville Thursday night to visit Mrs. Narcie Minor. For honest dealing, polite treat ment and quick service, Jacocks new drug store is the place. 91 Judge L. Lippmann of Tupelo was a welcome visitor to our city Thursday.—Searcy Citizen. Get a can of buggy and car riage paint at Jacocks and make that old buggy look like new. 91 Mrs. Guy Brown and little son returned Thursday night from a two days’ visit to Beebe relatives. White river stood 16.4 feet on the gauge Friday, a rise of near ly one foot in the preceding 24 hours. Get the boy a new suit for Eas ter. For style and fit they are it. At Chas. Meyer’s Great Bar gain Store. 92btf Lost—Ivory fob, gold mounted, with Eagle emblem. Finder please return to this office and get reward. 87d6t For Rent—Furnished or unfur nished room. Apply to R. T. Robertson, corner Pine and Sec ond streets. 90d6t Jno. T. Bradley, a prominent citizen of Forrest City, and J. A. Wilkes ol Cushman were Hazel guests Friday. Mrs. Melvin Mack of Searcy and Miss Lena Weatherford of Grand Glaize were shopping in Newport Friday. Call on S. A. Davis for sheet music of all kinds at popular prices. He is also agent for “The World’s Progress.” S6bl4 Mrs. Lacy Tilghman returned to her home in Little RockThurs ; day afternoon, after a short visit to Dr. J. M. Jones’ family. “1 see,” said the Czar, “it’s quitting time. ” With a pair of j our ordinary glasses he could have seen it was quitting time some time ago. But with a pair of our best glasses he could have seen it was quitting time before beginning. Palace Jewelry Store. 89d5t “The World’s Progress.” a beautifully illustrated book that serves well as an encyclopedia, for the vast amount of useful in formation it contains. Many copies have been sold in New port to lovers of good and relia ble reference works. In cloth, half and full morocco binding, for sale by S. A. Davis, local agent. 86bl4t » PERFECTION The best boy’s clothing on earth. Manly fit and styles that are it. See them at Chas. Meyer’s Great Bargain Store. 92btf Mayor J. W. Grubbs spent Friday in the capital city. E. B. Gillim of Swifton, was | registered at the Creighton i Thursday. J. W. Whittinghill, formerly of the Creighton, left Thursday for Little Rock. Dr. J. B. James of Searcy was in the city Friday going to Cot ton Plant to visit his brother, Dr. R. R. James. Saturday from 2 to 6 o’clock will be the ladies afternoon at the skating rink and only ladies will be admitted. dlt John A. Hinkle, Stanley Hand ford and Miss Anderson of Bates ville were guests at- the Creigh ton Thursday night. Miss Cora Mustin came up from Tupelo Wednesday and will assist in the sale to begin Satur day at S. Heinemann’s. Our prescription trade is in creasing. It’s your privilege to have it filled at the store of your j choice. Jacocks is the place. 91 Star service from Denmark to j Maddock will be re-established, orders of March 7 and 23 from the postoffice department being rpspinrlpH John J. Kelley, formerly with; L. L. Bowen & Company, shipped j his fine horse to New York Thursday and left for Albany, N. Y., to join his wife. Among those in Newport Fri day from points on the Rock Island were Clyde Handel and J. R. Davis of Auvergne, Drs. V. M. McDowell and W. N. Pierce of Tupelo. Paul Kohler of Little Rock has accepted the position of day clerk at the Creighton. He was for merly superintendent on one of the Iron Mountain’s handsome dining cars. Wanted—White girl for gen-, eral housework, with or without: washing and ironing; four in family. Will pay good wages for the right girl. Mrs. Miles, 416 Laurel street. 87b7t Take a day’s outing and enjoy this balmy spring weather by joining the orderly party on Sun day’s excursion train to the ter minus of the WThite river road. Round trip $3. btd Mrs. Josephine Brown of Mem phis is in the city visiting the family of Mrs. T. J. Watson. Mrs. Brown’s visits to this city, her old home, are a source of ioIoqcmvo fn manv Npw» port friends. Dr. Goldstein, the well known optic specialist of Louisville, Ky., who was here a short time ago, is at the New Creighton Hotel and will remain a few days only. Consult him. 90dlw Jackson is the cheapest on paints, glass, putty, oils, var nishes, brushes, fillers, stains, room mouldings, picture frames, wall paper, window shades of any retailers in Newport, Ark. There is more catarrh in this section of the country than all other diseases put together, and until the last few years was sup posed to be incurable. For a great many years doctors pronounced it a local disease and prescribed local remedies, and by constantly failing to cure with local treat ment, pronounced it incurable. Science has proven catarrh to be a constitutional disease and there fore requires constitutional treat ment. Hall’s Catarrh Cure,man ufactured by F. J. Cheney & Co. j Toledo, Ohio, is the only consti- i tutional cure on the market. It is taken internally in doses from 10 drops to a teaspoonful. It acts directly on the blood and mucous sui'faces of the system. They offer one hundred dollars for any case it fails to cure. Send for circulars and testimonials. F. J. Cheney & Co..Toledo, 0. Sold by druggists, 75c. Take Hall’s Family Pills for constipation. Tfirst na tion , Newport, Arkans f Tender the supervision of the United — | PAID IN CAPITj Deposits in sums of oi? Ieeived —the same careful and large depositors. B^^BB OFFICERS AND DJR^TORS: B9b||HH T. J. Graham W. A. Joyce Sign? MSBBHhBh I Jos. S. Harvey T. J. Gregg J. W. J. D. Goldman, J. 0. Taylor, W. A. J|BBMMBHhI President. ^JfflBHMiBBI W. A. Billingsley, F. A. Jones, BBBhHBB Ass’t Cashi^^^^^^^^B W. T. Parish, Assistant Cashier. W. H. BARNES & C 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. THE BANK OF NEWPORT Solicits the acccounts of depositors who desire the accommodations of a first-class, well equipped and reliable banking house. OFFICERS AND DIRECTORS. 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. FOR BEAUTIFUL AND USEFUL Presents or Wedding Gifts I You can’t beat those fine Baking Dishes or Chafing Dishes *" Now on display at the Palace lewelry Store. TO THE PUBLIC. After working in other shops in Newport for the past six months, I have decided to make this my home and have gone into business for myself in the old Sharpe sh> p near the : lake bridge and am well prepared to do all kinds of Blacksmith Work at reasonable prices and in workmanship order. I have been in the blacksmith business for the last twenty seven years and know 1 can please you in ev ery way, and ask the people of town and country to give me at least a part of their j work. Remember, I am here to stay. Yours to please, J. P. YOUNG, BLACKSMITH AND HOESESHOER.