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*+*+*s. REMARKABLE VALUES IN TABLE LINENS FOR THANKSGIVING. '.'" * ■ ♦ Special inducements to housekeepers to replenish their Table Linens for very little money. fj I BHBBI . ! \ ' '<xm * . . •J ! i — $6.00 quality All-Linen Bleached Napkins, large size, per dozen $4.75 $4.00 quality All-Linen Bleached Napkins, large size, per dozen $3.40 $3.50 quality All-Linen Bleached Napkins, large size, per dozen $2.85 $3.00 quality All-Linen Bleached Napkins, large size, per yard $2.40 50c quality All-Linen Bleached Satin Damask Towels, Fringed, i size 20x42, special, at 35c 75c quality All-Linen Bleached Damask Towels, Hemstitched and Fringed, 24x46, special at. 50c $1.00 quality All-Linen Bleached Double Satin Damask Towels, two roows - hemstitched, size 23x45, extra special price.. 68c 40c quality All-Linen Damask and Huck Towels, large size, special 25c I EXTRA SPECIALS—$7.50 All-Wool Blankets, $5.00 a Pair. I WOLFF-GOLDMAN MERCANTILE COMPANY. I GENERAL OUTFITTERS. W^^thc HI * -- “ —1-T. n , The Only I Exclusive Shoe Dealers II Just Arrived at The St. Louis Shoe Store An | $8,000 BANKRUPT STOCK OF SHOES. III • -I----— The Shoes will be sold 40 and 50 per cent less than actual cost. We have bought them at Sherifi s Sale and will give you the benefit. Don’t miss this chance : i I! I --——————-——~™™^————————-. ( [REMEMBER THE PLACE, St. Louis Shoe Store, FRANK BROTHERS, Props. Newport, - - - - Arkansas. -- - The Only Exclusive Shoe Dealers * In Newport. PRIVATE SANATORIUM Special attention given maternity cases. For full particulars address Annie A. Schoppach, M. D., physician in charge, 1401 State St., Little Rock, Ark. ®r. . t orders with Umsted IX vu. Local Agents. DR. CHAS. E. CARROLL Dentist Gives special attention to Crown and Bridge Work, And correction ot 1 regularities of the Teeth. Office Watson Blot. Phone. SS. Newport, - Arkansas• JAMES L. JONES. Solicits y«ur NOTARIAL BUSINESS; And promises Prompt and Careful Attentioi. To Your Business. All up-to-date housekeepers use Red Cross Ball Blue. It makes clothes clean and sweet as when new. All grocers. tf $ RE AND THERE^J For Sale Cheap—Base buiner for $10. Apply to this office, tf T. J. Graham and Rufus Con ditt were down from Tuckermtn Thursday. Pure Louisiana ribbon cane molasses on sale at Bowen’s Cash Store. 74btf Mrs. Joe Graham of Tucker man spent Thursday with friends in Newport. Banks pay three per cent. Penn-Wyoming pays twelve per cent. It is as safe as an invest ment can be. 73bt.f Mrs. F. E. Vining left over the Choctaw Thursday after noon for Huntsville, Ala., where she will visit relatives for sev eral weeks. t ♦ - See Elmo Riddell’s in this issue. 73btf For dray atjjJ-Jour ca]1 up Hazel hot^V; 83dtf "■ Rokland Molasses 65 cents per gallon at Gullette’s. 76b7t The Woman’s Club will meet with Mrs. Charles Wilmans Fri day afternoon at 3 o’clock. Tor nure Rcckland *Sugar 7 ouse Molases call*on Gullette. If you want a farm, home or j Lusiness wri;e Elmo Riddell,! Jack cnport, Ark. Col. L. Minor is in Little Rock attending the Masonic grand lodge. Buy your Thanksgiving turkey from R. W. Wallace, also geese, ducks and chickens. 179-1-wk Gov. Jeff Davis was at the Hazel Wednesday night going to Cotter. . You can get the genuine Rib bon Cane Molasses at Gullette’s for 50 cents gallon, 76b7t Ike Goldman returned Wednes day morning from a short visit to St. Louis. For sale or trade for town property, my residence in East Newport. Mrs. Alice Stephens tf. If you want pure Sugar House Molasses go[to Gullette’s and get the Rokland, 65 cents gallon. 76 L. N.'Stedman, one of Para gould’s most prominent business men, was a guest at the Hazel Wednesday night. . i Wanted — Position as book i keeper by young man of good ! habits and with best references. S. D. Loftin, Southern hotel. 80-3t j M. W. Herron, formerly a citi zen of Newport but now living in Memphis, is in the city visit | ing. his many old friends. | Lost—Gold locket, on Front | street. Finder will receive re i ward by returning to Miss Birdie Darling. 74dlw i j Mrs. Charles Jeffreys and Mrs. i Elizabeth Crossett of McCrory were shopping in Newport Wed 1 nesday. | Mrs. Cannon of St. Louis ar rived in the city Wednesday I afternoon and will assist Mrs. Etta Merreil in her millinery ; store. 1 Fresh and cured Meats of all ; kinds, with fish and game in season. Call . p Pettet & Stiles. Phone 195. 46dtf i J. O. Thomas and wife of Pine Bluff were in the cily Wednes day night on their way to Cotter to visit their daughter, Mrs. E. S. Walsh. If you can spare $7.00 a month for a while I can help you to be come independent. Elmo Rid dell, Jacksonport, Ark. 73btf ! Cotton is holding the re cent advance fairly well, selling on the streets of Newport Thurs day at lli cents. Mrs. Will Clapp of Jonesboro passed through Newport Thurs day going to Batesville, where she will spend Thanksgiving with relatives. ^Oysters fresh, in bulk, sold in pints and quarts, at Bracy Confectionery Com pany. 74btf A young gentleman and moth er want a nice quiet place to board in private family. Ad dress, giving particulars, X. Y. Z., this office. 181d2t The OLD RELIABLE J3TNA Insurance Company for Accident, I Health and Liability. Call on C. R. Hite, City Agent. 48dlmo. i Judge Jno. B. McCaleb and David L. King of Evening Shade were in the city today, enroute home from Little Rock, where they attended the Masonic grand lodge. The great closing out sale of the Bailey Mercantile Co. is still going on. Big reduc tion in prices this week. It has been like a bee hive inside the Bailey Mercantile Co. store from morning un til night since their great closing out sale started. 78 I--1 FLOUR ■i * - *■" t«V'HH IS THE BEST-CONVINCE YOURSELF-YOU CAN'T LOSE. • * . .j3 :mk 1 Every Sack Guaranteed Satisfactory or Your Money Back, (j ■ ■ ■ - p •*,' [ ’ . : fe || For sale by all leading grocers in Newport and elsewhere. THE AMERICAN GROCER COMPANY i\ t „ I • y /i t T 7 Exclusive Wholesale Distributers i I [3 SS j i NEWPORT, ARK. sp oca ■ io« iYes! Yes! YeslS ' i---—-— 2 n i WATCHES DIAMONDS CUT GLASS 1FLAT AND HOLLOW WARE IN STERLING SILVER Ever shown in Newport. You are doijig yourself an injustice by not looking over our line before mak ing any purchases. • B Palace lewelry Store. | WL Newport's Leading Jeweler. it sag in=— JIfirst rational bank\ , | 1 Newport, Arkansas« ^ i ’ Under the supervision of the United States Government, j I ===== iPAED IN CAPITAL $50,000.00 SURPLUS - - - $30,000.00 I —— ! Deposits in sums of one dollar and upwards will be re ceived—the same careful attention is extended both small and large depositors. I OFFICERS AND DIRECTORS: T. J. Graham W. A. Joyce Sigmund Wolff Jos. S. Harvey T. J. Gregg J. W. Ferrill IJ. D. Goldman, J. 0. Taylor, W. A. Joyce, k President. Vice-Pres. W. A. Billingsley, F. A. Jones, Cashier. Ass’t Cashier.