I GINNERY, I
I Newport, Arkansas. I
I 1905-1906. I
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CAPACITY, 75 BALES PER DAY.
We are now ready for the new season’s business.
We want your business and we are prepared to take
care of it.
! We guarantee to give you correct weights and tair
treatment, and to make you a sample which will command
a premium on the market.
I We will buy your Seed Cotton, or will gin the Cotton
for your account. „ .
We pay the highest market price for Seed and Seed.
; Cotton, but our charge for ginning is the sam<? whether
you sell us your seed or not.
We assume all fire risks until your cotton is ginned
and turned out on the platform.
We have the largest capacity of any gin in the county
j and we will run day and night, if necessary, to handle
Mr. B. W. Jamison, who has had the management oi
our gin for the past two years, will again be in charge,
and he is known to be reliable, prompt and attentive to
business. We employ only good men and require them to
be careful and correct.
The public is invited to visit our plant, and our ginner
will take pleasure in showing you through.
I To Our Farmers, Friends ■
I and Others Interested: I
B Your patronage is solicited on the ground that we are B
■ prepared to give you satisfaction in every respect. . If [B
* you have never ginned with us we would appreciate a trial, |j|
■ Remember that we guarantee quick work, no delays B
* and long waiting, a fine sample, honest dealings and cor- gS
B rect weights. B
I THE SOUTHERN COTTON OIL CO. I
I W. T. DUNN, Manager. I
And all users of axle grease
that want the best grease on the
market and that recognize a good
thing when shown its merits, we
recommend our Golden and Cas
tor Oil brands of Axle Grease.
It is putjup in 1 pound tin boxes
and 3 pound tin buckets. For
sale by all up-to-date merchants.
Ask for it and take no substitute.
It is guaranteed to have no equal
for quality on the market.
Are of daily occurrence in
large numbers, over the
Long Distance lines of this
Company. No transaction
is too important for the tele
phone, and no errand too in
significant for its employ
ment. The busy man doesn’t
and Telephone Co.
LflARN Telegraphy and R. R. Accounting
*.'*» to s .0) a month salary assured our grad
uni i. under bond Our six schools the largest in
JKm -)• e.u und endorsed by all rail oads. Write for
ca'-i g. Morse School of Telegraphy, Cinci -
p iti. •>,. Buffalo. N. V., Atlanta. Ga., Li Crosse,
We. 1' ; uliana, Tex.. San Francisco. Cal.
’ ' • (Mb Nov 12)
PERCY H. VANDYKE,
Publisher and Editor.
NEWPORT, - - ARKANSAS.
FRECKLES AND PIMPLES
in 10 Days, use
THE COMPLEXION BEAUTIFIER
THE NADINOLA GIRL
(Formerly advertised and sold sold as
... SATINOLA ...
No change !n formula or package. The name
' only has been changed.)
A fen- applications will remove tan or sallow
I ness: and restore the beauty of youth.
|M AD1NOI.A is a new discovery, guaranteed
the money will be refunded in every case
1 where it fails to remove freckles, pimples, liver
spots, collar discolorations, blackheads, disfig
uring eruptions, etc., in 20 days. After these
defects are remover! the skin will bo soft, clear
Sold in each city by all leading druggists- or by
mail. Price 50 cts and $1.00.
Prepared only by
NATIONAL TOILET CO. par1&Nn.
Sol! in Newport by W. W. Dutton, W. A.
1 Joyce and all leading druggists.
For dray-Iat any hour call up
Hazel hotel. 83dtf
Jules D. Block of Little Rock
was a business visitor to New
Mrs. John Foote returned Mon
day night from a visit to home
folks at Newark.
Trainmaster W. R. Duley of
the White River road was in the
W. T. Blackwood and wife of
Walnut Ridge spent Tuesday in
Geo. W. Thomas, the Louis
ville knight of the grip, was at
the Creighton Tuesday.
For Rent—A furnished front
room . Apply to Mrs. E. John
son, Hazel street. 31d6t
Mrs. S. L. Wright arrived
home Monday uight from a de
lightful summer spent in Chi
Mrs. J. W. and Miss Mabel
Stayton left Detroit Saturday for
St. Louis, where they will spend
a few days before returning
me season s newest creations
in millinery will be on display at
Miss Eva Graham’s next Wed
nesday. You should see the
handsome dress hats, tailored
suit hats and children’s belt sail
ors, all of the newest make.
Next Wednesday, October 4, I
will have on display an extensive
line of fall millinery which I will
be pleased to show the ladies of
Newport and surrounding coun
try. Miss Eva Graham. 31b7
My fail millinery opening will
take place Wednesday, October
4, when I will have on exhibition
a beautiful array of hats that are
designed from models that have
been approved by expert critics,
and I will be glad to show this
beautiful array to the ladies of
Newport and neighboring cities.
Thanking the ladies of Newport
for their liberal patronage in the
past, I again invite you to see on
display in my millinery parlors
Wednesday, October 4, one of
the most exquisite line of fall
and winter hats ever shown in
31b7t Miss Eva Graham.
At a regular session of the
council Monday evening an ordi
nance was introduced and given
first reading calling for the con
crete walk on the south side of
Second street, from the Choctaw
depot to a block beyond Ash
street. The walk is to be put
down by the property owners,
and in the event they tail the
city performs the work and the
property stands for the cost.
No action has been taken on
the Walnut street walk, and it is
probable that a similar ordinance
may be drafted to cover the
work and thus avoid litigation
promised the improvement dis
trict. Mr. Gustave Jones, rep
resenting the remonstrators to
that method of proceeding, act
ing for his clients, agreed to
support and act in accordance
with such an ordinance, which is
acceptable to those who were
prominent in the formation of
an improvement district.
Following is a list of letters remaining uncalled
for in the postoffice at Newport, Arkansas, Sep
tember 26. 1906:
Adams, R C McKeron. Mary
Ration, Mattie Owens, Walter
Batson. .1 T Perry, C W
Bewer, Ollie Rodgers, Britte
Brumson, Maudie Rodgers, Julia
Burns, Charlie Roberts, Oscar
Curry, Minerva Simmons, Mrs U K
Cunningham. Fred Skilen, M S
Carr. Jim Smith, Allie
Claret, Stella Thompson, Willia M
Dunn, Chas M Walden. John (2)
Flaherty, M West, Annie B
Fortenberry, Man White. J B
Gawf, J M Whitlock, Bertha
Gatens, James P Williams, Rome
Hirschy. Hattie Young. Boh
Harder. Lay fate Young, John H
When calling for any of the above letters please
say "advertised.” W. B. F.MPIK.P. M.
J. A. Holmes came down from
Batesville Friday morning going
to Walnut Ridge to assist Dr. C.
Pope in a revival meeting.
iScho I Op, ns Sept, 25th I
m The boys will shed their linen clothes and get into a new suit jXj
m for fall and wnter. Something strong and substantial is what DO
S3 they need.
Sgj The Perfection Line, *
Is what we handle, each and every GARMENT GUARANTEED jra
84 TO WEAR. 84
(h A special reduction on boys wearing apparel for the opening ftj
!£ of school. T en per cent, off on
£& Boys’ Clothing, £8
£S Boys’ Waists, £5
8s Boys’ Odd Pants, jfj
8 Boys’ Shoes, m
ft) Boys’ Caps, ft)
^ Boys’ Shirts. ^
1 CHAS. MEYER’S I
1 Great Bargain Store. §
8 9 ' 8
E. L. WATSON, M. D.
OFFICE OVER MOSBY’S.
NEWPORT, - - ARK.
The Crack Barber, keeps
a neat and busy little
shop. Upper end of Front
street. Expert tonsorial
ists. Easy shaves and
the best haircuts. Our
“Come on, ye stubby beards.”
WHEN IN NEWPORT
STOP AT THE
Grand Central Hotel
Lunch Room. Service all hours,
day and night. Barber Shop in
connection with hotel.
W.F. BISHOP, Prop.
THERE IS NO USE
To 'wait for a foreign sales
man when you have one at
hdme who sells
everything in the
Just Received—12 new or
gans direct from the factory.
Pianos on short order.
Z. B. REID, Managex.
B. W. Haffner, salesman.
W. H. BARNES & CO.
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.
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