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fO§llv Jkin Like cut, and several other styles, in all sizes. Thes? skirts fit as well as any $10.00 skirts. ^ TALadies’black mer cerized Sunburst | skirts' special ^ II ^7 C I price I * » O BARGAINS rnr- - WOMEN’S WEARABLES. 1 / P/\Ladies’Craven o i 0»ullette Coats, guaranteed to be rain-proof, special C 1 J C A price I $25,00 Ladies’ Tailor-made Suits, now $17.50 These suits are strictly tailor made, lined with satin, skirt is made in several new effects, special C 1 7 £ A price 1 I • t/vF $15.00 Chiffon, Pan ama and Serge Skirts$10.00 ** Very handsome, in this fall’s latest styles, regular $15.00 ;"rgain $10.00 ■" —i Cl CA-kadies’black mer- We are also showing J) L3v cerized under- tfcg vcfy latest in Cloaks skirt,, special J AQ and SkirtSt m all the K_^ * new shades. Prices on | Cloaks from $2.00 to $25.00. Skirts from $*.00 | to $15.00. It will do you good to come and look j at ootr line. MERCANTILE CO. We Are ibe GENERAL OUTFITTERS | People. _^______ & $6.50 Jackets $5.00 Made in the very latest style, all-wool Kersey, in black, castor and tan. $1 6.50 Ladies’ Empire, all wool Kersey coat, 43 inches j., long, in tan, castor, green and black, Bargain f “T* C A ! price .- u I r *• 301 oBILLIARDS Sfi POOLs A place of refinement, where ladies IS; may with propriety enjoy these popular pastimes. No rowdyism tol- 1 erated. Handsome new tables in best condition. Electric piano just installed. . . • led A. Swain, i —————— ■■ . ■■■-».■■■■■■■ —■■■ J HERE AM) THERE. $ Jack Rabbit Flour at Bowen’s Cash Store. 28btf Storage room for rent. Bow en’s Cash Store. 68dtf All the latest music can be had at I. D. Price’s. 45btf R. S. Kirkpatrick came in Sat urday to spend Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. R. F. Drummond are expected home from the East tonight. County Assessor Rufus Con ditt was down from Tuckerman Saturday. Mrs. J. 0. Taylor is able to be up, which is good news to her many friends. If it is Sterling Silver you want for wedding presents you can find it the Palace Jewelry Store. 45btf NewSh V°rNewMon / " 1 — i THE EXCLUSIVE SHOE HOUSE , , $1.00 with every of Newport has received the most com- # ~ plete stock of the latest Men’* Ladies’ and p£UF Oi Children’s Shoes on the market. We have any size, any number, any width, any color. HOIIUCS. '=== ” 1 - -- Every Pair THE ST. LOUIS SHOE STORE Guaranteed to Remember the name when you come to QlY0 YOUX town. You will not regret the time you 9 , spend with us. We are inviting every Your Money s Worm. body to call and see our beautiful stock of | shoes. , . ... .... i j St. Louis Shoe Store, Remember the Place, 310 L front St, Newport, Arkansas | FRANK BROTHERS, Props. |l ^ —--■"' ^ ===== =-!' For drayjat any hour call up Hazel hotel. 83dtf Go to I. D. Price for the late and popular music. 45btf For Wedding presents go to the Palace Jewelry Store. 45btf Cut Glass for wedding pres ents. Palace Jewelry Store. 45tf For high quality and low prices | the Palace Jewelry Store leads, i Cut Glass lower than the low est at the Palace Jewelry Store. Mrs. W. D. Muirhead arrived ■ in the city Friday night for a short visit. E. F. Matheney and Jas. C. Bone, of Batesville, were in New port Saturday. Miss Bertha Hirsch is still con fined to her bed, but is thought ! to be improving. Captain Jack Horne spent Sat urday in Newport shaking hands with old friends. Sheriff M. H. Patterson, of I Woodruff county, was up from Augusta Saturday. McKinley 10c music at I. D. Price’s. Get a catalogue; over 1,000 different pieces. 45btf I. D. Price sells the late music at 25c. ^ny piece not in stock i will be ordered promptly. 45btf S. S. Fecheimer, of Cincinnati, is in the city to spend Sunday with Charles Meyer and family, j Late and popular books for; sale and rent at Price’s book store. New books received daily.: Ready - made Mosqaito Bars going at cost. Wolff Goldman Merc. Co. 40-1 w The prices that are quoted in j Chas. Meyers’ $10,000 Sacrifice j Sale ought to brifig the people to: town. 42-btf. For Sale—My home place in :East Newport; a bargain given, to an immediate buyer. Jas. A.1 I Ridley. 44d6t Mrs. E. C. Waterman and mother, Mrs. Bush, came down from Swifton Saturday to spend the day. Fresh and cured Meats of all j kinds, with fish and game ini season. Call up Pettet & Stiles, j Phone 195. 46dtf Judge and Mrs. O. W. Scarbo rough have returned from a pleasant two days’ visit at the capital city. Clear, white clothes are a sign i 'that the housekeeper uses Red! ! Cross Ball Blue. Large 2 oz. i package. 5 cents. Wanted.—A first-class saw yer for hardwood mill. Address Independent, stating experience, , and salary expected. 43b7 Miss Myrtle Murtha of Little 'Rock is expected to arrive in the city tonight to spend Sunday with Miss Birdie Darling. . $78.00 per month, expenses ad vanced. District manager to travel,, leave samples and adver i tise our goods. Kuhlman Co. ' Chicago I li. Jv, i'ltznugn ana oriue, oi IFitzhugh, were guests oi the i Hazel Friday night, going to ! Batesville to spend Sunday with ! relatives. Refined and lubricating Oils, either wholesale or retail, and especial attention given to gin and mill oil, at the Standard ‘Grocer Co. 41dtf j Dr. J. M. Jones returned Fri day from Greenfield, Tenn., be ing present at a very happy oc casion, the celebration of his father’s ninetieth birthday. Rev. T. F. Richardson and family left Friday night for Dun can, 1. T., where Mr. Richardson has accepted the pastorate of the; Christian church in that city, i Lost-A lady’s purse, on Main j or Elm street, containing small 'amount of money, twm handker ; chiefs and some white beads, j Return to this office and receive j reward. Wanted—1-50 men to pearl on | St. Francis river. Begin at Cat Fish Mounds. 12 miles above Parkin. Will pay $1.50 per day I and board. Apply to A. Bul : lard, 202 Beech street. Newport, j Arkansas. 41dl0t THE BANK OF NEWPORT Solicits the acccounts of depositors who desire the accommodations of a Irs..- class, wed equipped and reliable banking house. OFFICERS AMO DIRECTORS. Geo. W. Decker, President. R. M. Johnson, Cashier. V A. D. Bailey, Vice Pres’t. Jas. L. Jones, Ass't Cashier. Thos. J. Graham. Ed. P. Shoffner. J. T. Henderson., Jos. M. Stayton. Dr. J. M. Jones. T. 3. Stephens. 4 y Here again with the largest stock of 0 WATCHES DIAMONDS CUT GLASS FLAT AND HOLLOW WARE, IN' STERLING ij| SILVER 1 H Ever shown in Newport. You are doing yourself i an injustice by not looking over our line before mak- | j ) ing any purchases. I I Palace Jewelry Store. | ■ ™ -»q.^ jpg——— i in i m •|i|ji.MH*ilLi«.|UfiJjjaMBBgMJ|.. . Ji1.men1 •• p*jr. .j? V"*;: , ■- ..;v-v« !r/#7SrNATIONAL BANKl ■ Hawpari.,, Arkansas- P ■ Under the supervision of the United States Government. I (PAID IN CAPITAL $50,000.00 S SURPLUS - - -• $30,000.00 1 i —— 1 I Deposits in sums of one dollar and upwards will he re- 8 I ceived—the same careful attend on is extended both small 1 | and large depositors. E m H I OFFICERS AMD DIRECTORS: I I 1 5 T. J. Graham W. A. Joyce Sigmund Wolff | | Jos. S. Harvey T. J. Gregg J. W. Ferrill | IJ. D. Goldman, J. O. Taylor, W. A. Joyce, I President. Vice-Pres. £ W.. A. Billingsley, P. A. Jones, | Cashier. Ass’t Cashier. | W. T. Parish, Assistant Cashier. | $280,940.78 Is the amount paid to policy-holders in Ar kansas on account of fire losses fey the By depositing $25,000.00 with the Secretary of State it has been authorised to write a straight, non-assessable policy. It is writing more business than any other company in the state. It is represented in. Newport by the GEO. A. HILLHOOSE. TOM J. GREGG.