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through the entire month. Our mammoth fall stock is coming in daily. We must make room for it. All profits Shattered, Battered and Blown to Pieces. Don’t fail to get your sh^re of 1 these rare bargains. BELOW WE QUOTE A FEW PRICES. Dry Goods. 25c and 35c White Lawn, 50 bolts | ^ 1 ~ must be sold, while it lasts per yd.1 i Good quality White Lawn, yd 4'2C All our colored lawn, in 10c, 12£c ^7^/t and 15c quality, to close out at, yd / 2C Ladies’and Men’s Oxfords j $2.50 and $3.00 ladies’ pat. vicid* 1 OA and tan Oxfords, must be sold at. ! «0 / j $3.50 ladies’ pat. Blucher Ox- d* | Q0 | ! fords, while they last 1 •y'O i $3.50 and $4.00 men’s pat. and tan Oxfords, j the latest styles, must be closed d* ^ AO out at. i I Space will not permit us to quote j but few prices. Come, see and be convinced, for you Know what it means when Bailey says 5ALE. |The Bailey Mercantile Co. ‘ ~— ■■ | lind Headache I 1123 “About a year ago,” writes Mrs. Mattie Allen, of ^ headajroadway, Augusta, Ga., "I suffered with blind sick |»| diet and backaches, and could get no relief until 1 tried |gl TCARDUI I _ A r H Pu lton-Intoxicating Female Tonic I I I Immediately commenced to improve, and now 1 feel >^B — HB like a new woman, and wish to recommend it to jt B , fl %H akk women, for 1 know that it will cure jp B fl them as it did me.” B If Cardui is a pure, medicinal extract of jr B ■ vegetable herbs, which relieves female fl | ■ pains, regulates female functions, ^ ,^71 tin, B \ ■ tones up female organs to a fl proper state of health. Try ‘.V'S^SS.f ■ « for your trouble. ^| Every druulM soils K | j/vaoussfiBissibU __^===—===========================^ | SLOAN-HENDRIX ACADEMY, || /« A school for boys and girls, that gives a college preparatory course and prepares them for the | practical affairs of life. I Healthful Location. No Saloons. U Homelike surroundings, careful discipline, ex I perienced faculty, ten-month session, special j| courses in music and art. Reasonable rates. J Next Session Begins Sept. 4,1905. | Write for catalogue to I G. J. EVANS, Principal, I IMBODEN, ARK. OB PRINTING atsHSs TING offices in Jackson connty. Bring as \ our iting and let ns qwote yoa out prices. ^ %✓% %.-V, ! t HERE AND THERE. J L. t,*j, For dray at any hour call up Hazel hotel. 83dtf Storage room for rent. Bow in’s Cash Store. 68dtf Try Invincible flour at the Standard Grocer Co. OOdtf Dr. J. A. Neal of Searcy was a j Dleasant Newport visitor Friday, i White Silk flour at Bowen’s! Hash Store. No others sell it. j 69btf Special corset sale going an at Wolff-Goldman Merc. Co. 92-3t There wdl be a meeting of the I Knights of Pythias tonight to’ jonfer degrees. Editor E. L. Givens of the Batesville Guard was in the city Thursday night. Dr. A. S. Maddox of Little Rock was in the city Friday in the interest of his school. LUo i —^opy ior musicdi Coterie year book. Reward for retorn to this office. Herman Schott was in the city Thursday night from a trip to Hot Springs and Fort Smith. Send your friends a souvenir post-card of biewport’s public buildings. For sale by 1. D. Price. 86 Large front room, near busi ness section, but in private resi dence, for rent. Call at 204 Beech street. 91d6t Mrs. Ellen Tyler will leave Sunday for Indiana, where she will visit relatives the remainder of the summer. I. D. Price has souvenir post cards of the Episcopal church, freight depot, passenger station and court house. 86 Miss Lottie Thompson left Thursday afternoon for her hon e in Little Rock, after a three weeks’ visit to Mrs. B. W. Stain hack. % Wh * t Go to I. D. Price for souvenir post cards. 86 Get your coal now at Palace Jewelry Store. 85d2 Large preserving pears at Bowen’s Cash Store. 89btf Invincible flour at Standard Grocer Co. Best on earth. 00 Miss Lucile Taylor has joined her parents at Ozark Springs. Joe Bevens has returned from a pleasant visit to Batesvilie friends. Walter Wood came in off the road Friday and was mingling with old friends. Mrs. V. V. Allen went to ’Wal nut Ridge Thursday afternoon on a short business trip. Mrs. W. T. Allison was in the city Thursday night, returning to her home at Batesvilie from a visit to relatives in Missouri. 0. G. Reynolds, a popular young gentleman of Searcy vis ited Newport friends Thursday, returning home the same day. W. E. Ferguson of Augusta spent the day Friday with New port friends who always enjoy his visits and jokes immensely. Mrs. B. W. Stainback and B. B. Bond expect to leave Sunday morning for Waukesha, Wis., where they will remain several weeks. Mrs. jonn jowers ana am dren of Texarkana arrived in the city Thursday to visit the fam ilies of Abe Ballew and Dr. A. D. Holland. Parties who want lime in small quantities for disinfecting pur poses may get same by calling j on Jack Herron at his home on ! Beech street. 87d6t Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Fitzhugh j and daughter, Miss Mary, and; Fitzhugh Hail were guests of the Creighton Thursday night, going down on their farm in Woodruff county. Anderson Martin and wife of Little Rock came home Satur day and on Monday will leave for California, where they will probably reside in future.— Batesville Guard. The Farmers’ Union of Jack-j son county gave a picnic on the i Island Thursday which was largely attended from all over the county, quite a number go ing from this city. Joseph M. Stayton, in compa-1 ny with Judge Allen Hughes of Jonesboro and Ashley Cockrill of Little Rock, left the capital city Thursday for Marragansett Pier, N. J., where they go to attend a meeting of the American Bar Association. The Black River Fishing and Hunting club of this city are ar ranging the swellest club rooms in the city over Joe Kennedy’s Legal Tender saloon. The walls are artistically decorated and the place is fitted up with every modern convenience. — Poplar Bluff Citizen State of Ohio, City of Toledo, j Lucas County, ss: Frank J. Cheney makes oath that he is senior partner of the firm of F. J. Cheney & Co., do ing business in the city of Toledo, county and state aforesaid, and that said firm will pay the sum of One Hundred Dollars for each and every case uf Catarrh that cannot be cured by the use of Hall’s Catarrh Cure. Frank J. Cheney. * Sworn to before me and sub scribed in my presence this 6th day of December, A. D. 1886. [Seal] A. W. Gleason, Notary Public. Hall’s Catarrh Cure is taken internally and acts directly on the blood and mucous surfaces of the system. Send for testi monials free. Sold by druggists, 75c. Take Hall’s Family Pills for constipation. SAW MILL FOR SALE. Saw mill and 1,000 acres of oak for sale cheap. '* sires to look Apply at this n is a bargain oULDjured for $450. W, i > • « f. • A . , T" N T. J. Copeland. H. E. L. McCollum. 11 SOUTHERN LAND COMPANY CO-OPERATIVE. CHASTAIN BLIX;. NEWPORT, ARK. I EMIGRATION AGENTS. I REAL ESTATE ! INSURANCE BUILD I NO and LOAN INVESTMENT SECURITIES LOANS i 1 * We have listed for sale more v an we nr red ! tnousand acres of the best farming, imnber. v moral, t ranch and fruit lands in the United States, located | principally in Arkans, Louisiana. Texas, Missouri, ' Oklahoma and Indian Territory. Most of this prop erty can be bought at very low prices, and on teivvi ; to suit purchaser. In addition to above list we have more tnan 100,000 acres of the Dest land in the Republic of Cuba, in any sized tracts, at astonishingly low prices. This is worthy of investigation. We have many desirable bargains in city prop- < erty, town lots, etc. We loan money on improved city property. Write us your wants, and where you desire to , ' locate. We can save you m ney and much valuable I time. 1 We Will Sell Your Property Quickly ; List With Us. I1— ~ _J OB 1-BOl-3QBON WATCHES All grades, sizes, styles, Nickel, | Silver, ! Gold Filled anr,Solid Gold. , Sterling Silver Jewelry, O Sterling Silver Flatware of all kinds. Prices Right. 0 Palace Jewelry Store. 2 Newport’s Leading Jeweler. s* Vn 311 VERY LOW RATES Portland North Pacific Coast Points and Return, Via IRON MOUNTAIN-MISSOURI PACIFIC RAILWAY. ; Tickets on sale May 23d to September 30th. Final Return limit of 90 days, not exceeding ; November 30th. Liberal stopovers both ways. | For full information address ! P. W. WRIGHT, Traveling Pass. Agt., ST. Loms^o. j- /\/\/\ TELEGRAPHERS NEEDED Annually to fill the new positions created by Railroad and Telegraph Companies. We want YOUNG M EN and LADIES of good habits to LEARN TELEGRAPHY AND R. R. ACCOUNTING. We furnish 76 per cent of the Operators and Statian Agents in America. Our six schools are the largest exclusive Telegraph Schools IN THE WORLD. Established 20 years an en dorsed by all leading Railway Officials. We execute a *250 Bond to every student to furnish him or her a position paying from *40 to *00 a month in states east of the Rocky Mountains, or from *76 to *100 a month _ in states west of the Rockies IMMEDIATELY UPON GRADUATION. Students can enter at any time. No vaca tions. For full particulars regarding any of our Schools write direct to our executive office at Cincinnati, O. Catalogue free. THE MORSE SCHOOL Of TELEGRAPHY Cincinnati, Ohio. a • miffalo. N. Y. Atlanta, Ga. 4 , Crosse, Wis. Texi^kana, Tex. f . '.18c0-CaI * * | JAMES L. JONES. Solicits y®ur NOTARIAL BUSINESS, And promises Prompt and CarefulJAttention To Your Business. Jack Herron For Granitoid and Stone Walks, Curbing, all kinds of Brick Work. Don’t fail to get my figures before contracting. My Work Talks For Itself i Parties wanting crushed Lime St^fv Walks apply to me.