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Estate ---j , , Following are a few of the many bargains I have on my lists* No. 1, A. —L72 acres fine 3andy loam, 100 acres in cultivation; good five-room frame house; cistern and three fine springs; $1,600. Terms: One-half cash, r balance one, two and three years. No. 2, A.—200 acres, nine miles from Batesvilie; 50 acres cleared; 150 virgins timber; sandy, clay soil: good four-room frame house, good material, weii built; good barn, well and spring. Price, $2,600. Terms: One-fourth cash balance one, two and three years, or exchange for Oklahoma or Texas land. No. 3, A.—4o acres in Oil Trough Botton, 3 miles from Oil Trough, half woodland; county fence. Price. $600. Teim : One II.KALJL. VvUie'it. | No. 24, A.—160 acres, 12 miles from O'Kay, Pope 1 county; one mile from school; 105 miles wood land: sandy-loam; 1,000 fruit trees: sell $250 to $300 fruit a season: good spring. Price, $600 cash. No. 10, A. —Good general store, Swifton, Ark.; stock invoices about $3,500; will sell right; fine location on corner; $12,000 annual business, The above were selected at random among many good properties. You have worked for your money. now let us work for yoif. Invest a part in a good pay ing investment. Let us tell you of oome Remember, Penn-Wyoming Copper Stock is advancing. Are you a lucky one ELMO RIDDELL. Co-Operative Real Estate Agt JAGKSONPQRT, ARK. --■"■■■---- "’V---— Bew Is Bs&y Today? Better, thank you la fact, qua' well. Fat, round ana full of life an 1 mi,chief. Fink and white tic,a, dotted with dttu ples. X o cough, no indigest.'nu All on account of administered by a mother whose iove was tempered with common sense She knows that OZOMULSION is a fountain of energy for grown-ups, too. It stops waste of flesh. It makes plenty of rich blood. For pale, feeble folk it is the chief nourisher at life’s (east. It cures Consumption when taken in time. AH druggists sell it— 50 cents and $1.00 the bottle. Let us tend you Free Sample Settle by iail Write letter or postal to OZOMULSION CO. 08 Pine Street, Mew York • LIVERYMEN FARMERS DRAYMbN 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 put 'up 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. WATERS-PIERCE OIL COMPANY. Planters House Renovated and Refurnished Under New Management Best $1.00 Day House in City A. i. MEAD. Prop. MORE THAN COMPS. j Sheriff Presented With $5.00 Bill b* Robinson Circus Agent. One of the circus people callec ' at the office of Sheriff Kaneastei early Friday morning, and aftei arranging about the license foi the show presented the sheriff ! with a number of.complimentary | tickets, says the Batesvillc Guard. As the man was leaving the office the sheriff noticed that a $5 bill was enclosed in the tick ! ets. He called the man back | and returning the money7 to him ! informed him that the show ;owed him nothing; that he would afford it ali the protection to : which it was entitled under the ’ lawr, but that he would not hesi ■ tate to pull the (Outfit if he [learned of any violation of the ! 1 ct w Later the sheriff went to the show grounds and found two jewelry fakirs running a skin ; game. He at once stopped the game, and it was not resumed during the day. The sheriff i also pulled a medicine vender on I the streets, who paid a fine of $10. The Byrne Business CollegesScore Another Success. j The Memphis Com’l. College I of Memphis, Tenn. , is one of : these fourjgreat schools, i Two more of their students go directly from their school room and secure appointments as offic ial court stenographers. These schools have placed more stu dents into positions as official court stenographers during the past six months than all other schools in the South combined. This is, no doubt, due to the ad vantage they have by controll ing the exclusive use of the Fa mous Byrne Simplified Short ! hand in this section. This is the •* ; only system in existence to-day ! wherein a person without any i previous knowledge of short | hand can take up the study and : in tnree months time pass the regular statutory examination for court stenographer. It seems I that it would be unwise tor any one contemplating a stenograph 1 ic course to attend another bus iness college and spend from “6 : to 10 months trying to learn one ! of the old systems of shorthand, when he could attend the Mem j phi j ComT. College and master the Famous Byrne Simplified in haif the time. This school also controls the Byrne Practical Bookkeeping, a system of actual business, face to-face bookkeeping and business training, the only system in use today requiring extensive office work. Eyery student is trained as salesman, cashier, bookkeeper etc., in the various offices, con sisting of Real Estate, Insurance, Bond-Indemnity Co., Commis ision House, Retail, Wholesale, Recorder’s office, Post Office, Banking, etc. This department j is truly a representation of an ! up-to-date business city, and not only teaches the student book i keeping, but how to dispatch | business rapidly and accurately ! as well. This school has no va cation; students enter every day of the year. If interested, write for free catalogue. Address Memphis Com’l. College, Dept. M, 46 N. Second St., Memphis, Tenn. The ginners’ report came in Tuesday afternoon, showing 7, 400,000 bales ginned. Cotton had advanced in the morning and took a big jump upward of over $4 a bale on the strength of this report. The greatest of <*11 newspapers is the Daily Globe-Democrat, of St. Louis. It has no equal or i rival in all the west and ought to , be in the hands of every reader of any daily paper. It costs, by mail, postage prepaid Daily in cluding Sunday one year, $6.00; 6 months, $3.00; 3 months, $1.50; Daily without Sunday, one year, $4.00; 6 months, $2.00; 3 months, HAVE YOU EVER WORN I ) j Invisible bi-focals?” “No. I haven’t.” | “It is useless for you to wear j a pair of glasses in two pieces, so that when you are walking you seem to be falling into a ditch.” We have an agent located in ''■our town who has the exclusive | right for fitting you with a pair ! of these glasses, with which you j can see far or near, without any | division. Dr. A. J. FRANK expert;optician. ! Is the right man. i Office—St. Louis Shoe Store 310 Front St., Newport. A Weak Heart Seldom gets strong again with out help. Awake or asleep, it never stops, and consequently has no period of rest or relaxa tion in which to regain lost vig or. You should avoid exertion, excitement and worry as much | as possible, to relax the strain, and take Dr. Miles’ Heart Cure, which is a heart tonic, to strengthen and restore vigor to the heart nerves and muscles. The symptoms of a weak heart are shortness of breath, palpi tation, feeble or too rapid pulse, hungry spells, hot flashes, diz ziness, smothering spells, pain in heart or side, etc. "I had been treated for heart disease by different physicians without any improvement. Finally my doctor in formed me that there w is little hope of my ever being able to do a day's work again. About that time a gentle man called upon me. and said. ‘I heard of your condition, and have '’om to tell you that Dr. Miles' Heart Cure saved my life, and I want you to try it.’ I did so, and after a week or so T went to my physician and told him I had been taking Dr. Miles' Heart Cure. He examined ny? and said, ‘God bless J Miles' Heart Cure, it lias made you better in a few days than I over ex pected to see you again.’ I am now well, having fully regained my health by the use of this remedy.’’ B. R. I.ANSING. Rensselaer, N. V. Dr. Miles’ Heart Cure is sold by your druggist, who will guarantee that the first bottle will benefit. If it fails he will refund your money. Miles Medical Co., Elkhart, Ind ;SI.00; Sunday Edition,—a big ! newspaper land magazine com | bined, 48 to 76 pages every Sun jday, one year, $2.00; 6 months, j $1.00. A subscription for the j Globe-Democrat at these prices, j is the best possible newspaper investment. 'Send your order today or write for free sample copy to Globe Printing Company, St, Louis, Mo. See advertise ment of the “twice-a-week” is I sue of the Globe-Democrat etse | where in this paper. $100 Reward, $100. The readers of this paper will be pleased to learn that there is at least one dreaded disease that science has been able to cure in all its stages, and that is Catarrh. Hall’s Catarrh Cure is the only positive remedy now known to the med-ical fraternity. Catarrh being a constitutional disease,re quires a constitutional treatment. Hall’s Catarrh Cure is taken internally, acting directly upon the blood and mucous surface of the system, thereby destroying the foundation of the disease,and giving the patient strength by building up the constitution and assisting nature in. doing its work. The proprietors have so j much faith in its curative pow lers that they offer One Hundred Dollars for any case that it fails to cure. Send for list of testi monials. Address F. J. Cheney & Co., Toledo, O. Sold by all druggists. Take Hall’s Family Pills for I constipation. Read the Daily and Weekly 1 Independent. WE GIVE YOU A LOT! FOR $1.00 DOWN AND $1.00 PKR WEEK. Until You Have Deposited Fifty-two Dollars, The Price of the Lot. | ; We can build you a home And allow you to pay for same in weekly payments of ONE DOLLAR EACH. The lots mentioned here are located in South Newport. The population of Newport will double in three years, and must build south; ! nature interposes no barriers, and it is the same character of ground on which Newport is built. We have purchased fifty acres of land in ; the southern part of Newport and have surveyed and laid out an idea; manufacturing village, which will, be known as South Newport. The I lots offered here will be in easy walking distance of various manufactur , ing plants. Three manufacturing plants already have been definitely decided upon, and ground has been reserved for that purpose. If you are living out of town and can’t come to see us, ; ; ; : ; Mail us your requesttoday 1 -— ENCLOSING ONE DOLLAR, the first payment on a lot. Necessary papers and receipt, bearing number of lot and location will be mailed you immediately in order that we may be able to interest foreign capital j and labor in Newport Real Estate and in order to induce them to seek a i home in Arkansas. We have decided to limit the number of lots sold to residents of Newport and Jackson county to one hundred, after which ' ! our representative will place the remainder among the people of Tenn essee, Kentucky, Illinois and Indiana, our intention being to have resi dents of neighboring states to own land among us, as it will encourage investigation and later immigration. No one person will be allowed to purchase more than three lots, as it is more largely to have you inter ested with us than to have your money. You have undoubtedly noticed the rapidly enhancing value in Newport Real Estate during the year 1905. There is a reason why the present price of Newport Real Estate will advance twenty-five per cent during the year 1906. : j We know that reason! I ASK US WHY. WE CAN TELL YOU. Property adjoining that which we are offering is held for four times the price quoted here. The lot you pay us Fifty-two Dollars for and a year to pay it in will be worth Three Hundred Dollars before the end of eighteen months. You never heard of such liberal terms being offered before. This opportunity will not come to you again j Remember, We Will Guarantee These Terms to the First One Hundred Purchasers Only» Lots on Sale Beginning Monday, Nov. 20th, THE HOME BUILDERS COMPANY. Temporary Office With C. R. HITE, JAMES T. CUMLEY^ 107 Hazel St., Wishon Bl’d. Resident Manager. NEWPORT, JACKSON COUNTY, ARK. . . >_ ^£ A Kidney Medicine I THAT CURE8 I | THE KIDNEYS. I Accept no oubstitote. Insiet o« having the I gonuMM PRICKLY ASM BiTTCiS with the I targe figure 3 In mi on the front label I SOLD EVERYWHERE - PRICE $1.00 Snu I 1,000 Mile Conversations Are of daily occurrence in large numbers, over the LX>ng 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 travel—he telephones. The South western Telegraph and Telephone Co. Read the Daily and Weekly Independent. DR. IRA H. ERWIN EYE, EAR, NOSE AND THROAT.. OFFICE-8 and 9 Wishon Building NEWPORT, ARK. 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." I , , . fek; THZREISNOUSE To wait for a foreign sales man when you have one at home who sells EVERYTHING IN THE MUSICAL LINE. , i Just Received—12 new or gans direct from the factory. Pianos on short order. Z. B. REID, Manages. B. W. Hafiner, saesman, $5.00 Reward. Estrayed or stolen—One bay pony horse, about 6 years!old, 15 hands high, with snip on nose. Reward paid for return to R. L. Conditt, 19wtf Tuckernan.