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| GIN her f, f Newport, Arkansas 1905-1906. - -— : -" ' '" ■'■" _ MONGER SYSTEM BRICK BUILDING FIRE PROOF 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 fair treatment, and to make you a sample which will command a premium on the market. 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 same 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 and we will run day and night, if necessary, to handle your business. Mr. B. W. Jamison, who has had the management of 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. ITo Our Farmers, Friends I and Others Interested: I Your patronage is solicited on the ground that we are B prepared to give you satisfaction in every respect. If Bj you have never ginned with us we would appreciate a trial, Ig Remember that we guarantee ’quick work, no delays || and long waiting, a fine sample, honest dealings and cor- ■ 1 THE SOUTHERN COTTON OIL CO. | fi W. T. DUNN, Manager. ^ LIVERYMEN f ARMERS PRAYMEN And all users of axle grease; ti at want the best grease on the market and that recognize a good :i.ing when shown its merits, we t commend our Golden and Cas tor Oil brands of Axle Grease. It is putlup in 1 pound tin boxes ai d 3 pound tin buckets. For -ule by all up-to-date merchants. a, k for it and take no substitute. It is guaranteed to have no equai for quality on the market. WATERS-P1ERCE OIL COMPANY. -— -—-1 a 1.000 Mile Conversations Are of daily occurrence in large numbers, over the i_.ong Distance lines of this Company. No transaction is roo important for the tele phone, and no errand too in significant for its employ ment. The busy man doesn’t travel—he telephones. The SouthwesternTelegraph and Telephone Co. THE INDEPENDENT F-ERCY H. VANDYKE. Publisher and Editor. NEWPORT, - - ARKANSAS. TO REMOVE FRECKLES AND PIMPLES in 10 Days, use ...NADINOLA... THE COMPLEXION BEAUTIFIER THE NADINOLA CIBL (Formerly advertised and sold sold as ... SATINOLA ... No change !n formula or package. The name only has been changed to avoid confusion, as we can not afford to have so valuable a Jpreparutson oonfused with any other.l VJADINOLA is guaranteed, and your ’ money will be refunded in every case where it fails to remove freckles, pimples, liver spots, collar discolorations, blackheads, disfig uring eruptions, etc. The worst cases in 20 days. Leeoves the skin fcle«r. soft and healthy, and restore the beauty of youth. Price 50 cO cts and $1.00. Sold ineach city by all leading druggists, orbx mail. Prepared op.ly by NATIONAL TOILET CO. RAR&NN. Sold in Newport by W. W. Dutton, W. A. Joyce and all leading druggists. ADDITIONAL LOCALS. _ Juicy Steaks and Roasts that , bring you back for another at Pettet & Stiles’ Meat Market, Con Dean’s old stand. 46dtf Wanted—A first-class band sawyer for sawing felloes and wagon stock at our mill in Grubs. Wilkins-Luce Lumber Co. 46b7t Give us your orders for meats and we will see that they are promptly delivered to any part of the city. Pettet & Stiles. Henry Buford of Remmel. Jack son county, was here the latter part of last week with the view locating in our midst.—Calico Rock Progress. L. S. Dunaway, traveling rep i resentative of the Arkansas Ga izette, is ill with appendicitis, and is in a hospital at Little Rock, where an operation will be performed. Dr. A. D. Hutchison, of Nash jville, Ark., arrived in the city Friday, being called by the ill ness of his son, who was stricken with paralysis, but who is now entirely out of danger. A “Millionaire Special,” com posed of a party of northern j bankers, went north on the Iron j Mountain Friday noon. They ; had been touring Mexico and; were returning to their homes. Col. W. F. Cody’s (Buffalo Bill) Wild West show has been rmnrnnfined in France and all of the show horses, many of them: worth over $1,000 each, have! been shot under official orders on account of glanders. John Robinson’s shows will be j in Walnut Ridge, October 25th, but not a circus has 'thus far; made a date for Newport. W ill j even the small ones pass us up ? The one ring affair would look, ! pretty good this fall. Miss Price, the trained nurse i ! who has been in attendance upon j | Dr. C. E. Carroll for three i i weeks, returned to h%r home in j Little Rock Saturday, her patient' being sufficiently recovered as j not to need her services. The corps of civil engineers; recently sent here by the Iron Mountain to make a survey of a route from this city along the river to Magness, went into camp near .this city this morn ing, and the work of running1 the line' will proceed at once. — j Batesville Guard. C. B. Best of East Newport: had on exhibition Saturday the j banner sweet potato so far raised ; this year. The one mentioned |( weighed^four and a half pounds, and was of the Bunch Yam va riety. Mr Best raised about 300 bushels of these fine pota-, toes which will be placed on the j market. The local lodge of Elks are i preparing to give a minstrel i show in Newport that will sur-; pass all home talent perform ances. J. M. Stayton, Charies Movpi- and F. E. Vining have! been appointed a committee in | charge of the project, and a per' cent, of the receipts, probably 50, will be donated to charity, to be distributed through the New port Relief Society. Pleasant Harper a half-witted j boy who persists in wearing fe-1 male attire, and has visited New-; port though in boy’s clothes, has just completed a year’s service in the Missouri reform school at Boonville. The theft for which he was sent up was committed at Kirkwood, .where he obtained a position as housegirl, and soon appropriated a diamond ring. He has again shown up in this suburb of St. Louis. SPECIAUACURSION To Little Rock, Ark., October 25, 1S05. Account Visit President Roosevelt. Rate from Newport $2.00 round trip. Tickets will only be good on special train leaving Newport 6:40 a. m., October 25, and re turning on special train leaving Little Rock at 6:30 p. m.. Octo ber 25. No reduction will be made for children other than adult rates named above. Thos. H. Reamey, Agt. , m: i - BEHOLD THE The grand $J0,000 Sacrifice Sale opens Tuesday, October J Oth. The greatest values eve? offered to the people of Newport and Jackson county. ii ■ ■ ■ ■■■ Bargains in Everything. g --—--|| No matter what your wants may be you can buy them a: Sacrifice Prices. It is impossible to enumerate the sale price on everything we have. Come and see for yourself. A FEW ITEMS IN TABLE LINEN. w ----- m m Full Bleached cloth, 64 inch, Calico 'J^y Elegant Satin Damask, ready QJ jL worth 50c, '1'lry Per >rard . ut for use, 72 in-- worth ^ Sale Price, $1.50, Sale Price 0/ V feM C& A beautiful German Linen 200 pairs Lace Curtains, worth IwS Oj drawn work border, ^ Bleached Muslin, At ~ $1.50 to $10 a pair, at about Mg* ^ worth 65c, Sale Price, per yard.T‘2v 50c on the dollar. PQ Imported Satin Damask Cloth, Blankets, comforts and Bed LU novelty pattern, 72-in., worth La.difes’ Union Suits | ^ Clothes of all kinds wilt suf- 02 m |2-00,p special ^ "J ^ ^ Sale Price.1 / V fer the same sacrifice. 1 CQ Sa‘" Pl,Le...!-ffi * Men’s and Boys’ Clothing almost at your own price. No old goods, but new, seasonable clothing, all sites and kinds. Men’s Furnishing Goods, Hats, Shoes, all will be included in this great Sacrifice Sale. Jack Jones 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 work pleases. “Come on, ye stubby beards.” Planters House Renovated and Refurnished Under New Management Best $1.00 Day House in City A. J. MEAD, Prop. THERE IS NO USE To wait for a foreign sales man when you have one at home who sells EVERYTHING IN THE MUSICAL LINE. Just Received-12 new or gans direct from the factory. Pianos on short order. Z. B. REID, Manage*. B. W. Haifner, salesman. NEWPORT, ARK. BANKERS AND BROKERS, Cotton. Stocks. Bonds. Grain.Provisions, % Handled on Commission. Private Wires direct, to Newj^York.JjChieago, St. Lotiis, and New Orleans. Write for daily Market Letter, L. E. BOWEN &. CO., | Dealers in | Fine Wines. Liquors and Cigars. 1 I Local Distributers of the Celebrated 1 jj JESSE MOORE WHISKEY \ I Jug Trade a Specialty | k Pron': vti.-nti' given, t© Maii Orders. I i jggWBgaBMg^ ___ _ »P—«— ‘WMiliniirTrfflrfr Tr" ^TrT'_ A POWERFUL Kidney... Medicine Cures Quickly and Permanently Accept no substitute. Insist on having the genuine PRICKIY ASM BITTERS with the large figure 3 in red on the front label SOLD EVERYWHERE - PRICE $1.00 S"nu 4 v i. *, i H