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*A HIGHEST AWARD. g
511 Grand Prize and Gold Medal Awarded at St. PV
iA Louis World’s Fair and Portland Exposition. ^
« This Coffee is packed in air-tight German bags to get |>
gj it to you just as it comes from the roaster, free from all
4u| foreign matter and odors. ft
jJ Call on following merchants for this coffee, which is
« put up in 20, 25, 30, 35, 40 and 45 cent packages: ft
HP. MARTIN. W. B. CHASTAIN. fcj
Ji H. G. DRUMMOND. 0. M. BOWEN. K
^ Z. Q. RUSSELL. J. T. MALONE. ^
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^ Hillhouse & Gregg K
(4 About Fire insurance. PV
^ II Will Be to Your Advantage. ^
} HERE AND THERE. $
at this office. 72 dtf
Wanted—Second-hand roll-top desk.
Apply to this office. 80-dtil
Congressman S. Bruudidge spent
Wednesday night here.
For Rent—Storage room. Ap
ply to 0. M. Bowen. 42 dtf
Dan E. Dowell, Jr., of Tuckermau
visited tiis Newport frieDds Thursday.
White Silk and Jack Raboitt
Flour at Bowen’s Cash Store.
Wanted—A few day boarders.
Apply at this office or 501 Main
White river stood 13.4 feet on the
local gauge Thursday, showing a very
Mayor W. R. Thompson was con
fined to his bed Thursday from a
Dr. and Mrs. L. T. Slayden of
Tuckermau are spending a few weeks
at Hot Springs.
Louis N. Nouss came down from
St. Louis Wednesday morning for a
short business trip.
D. D. Adams of Batesville was in
the city Wednesday night, returning
home from a business trip to Illinois.
Mr. and Mrs. T. J. Gregg left for
Little Rock Thursday morning where
they spent the day in the capital city.
For Rent—One furnished
room. Apply to A. R. Clark, 205
Main Street. 76 d6t
Wolff-Goldman are show
ing the very latest in Lin
gerie Waists. dtf.
Mr. and Mrs. Ben Simmons of Tupe
lo are the guests for a few days of H.
S. Simmons and wife.
Rufus .Jones, a well known and pop
ular Swifton merchant, was a New
port visitor Wednesday.
The many friends of Guy Maris were
glad to give him a welcome to this city
for a short visit Thursday.
Everything fresh and good in
the grocery line at R. D. Den
nis.’ ’Phone No. 167. 17d-tf
Mrs. Simon Adler and Mrs. Artljur
Pels went to Batesville Wednesday to
visit their many friends in that city.
Mrs. Johnson expects to re
| sume her music class in Newport
] about April 7 at her studio on
j Hazel street. 77 d6t
You can find anything
you want in Embroideries
and Laces at Wolff-Gold
man Mercantile Co.
* IN SOCIETY. *
Capital paid in $50,000.00. Surplus $35.00^^^^^^^»
FIRST NATIONAL BANK ||
Newport, Arkansas. I ■ 1
Money Orders issued by this bank cost LESS and can be I 1
more conveniently obtained than either postoffice or express I I
money orders. 1 1
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FIRST NATIONAL BANK. COST C ItoI'' ' R
Not over $ 5.00.1 5 cents 5 cents 5 coflR^ijl
Not over 10.00. 5 cents 8 cents i 8 ceRj^l- i
Not oyer 20.00. .,. 5 cents 10 cents 10 ceRpjiR'. iJL
Not over 30.00. 10 cents 12 cents 12 ceflHpR F '
j Not over 40.00..j 10 cents 15 cents . 15 oeMum .
Not over 50.00. 15 cents 18 cents j 18 cefl«p|j»j
Not over 60.00. 15 cents '20 cents j 20.cenSB
Not over 75.00. 15 cents 25 cents 25 cennRR , j
Not over 100.00.. 15 cents 30 cents 30 cent®* 1
Our drafts can be cashed at any bank in the Unit3|R *
We also issue drafts on principal cities in Germart^B
Low Colonist Rates
California and the Northwest
On sale daily Feb. 15th to April 7th.
SPECIAL HOMESEEKERS RATES
To Oklahoma, Indian Territory, Texas, Arkansas, Kan
Isas, Missouri, New Mexico. Three-fourths the regular
one way for round trip. Stopovers in both directions.
On sale February 20th, March Gth and 20th. ■££
i; Tourist rates to Florida and Colorado on sale daily,
For information and literature write S»
W. L. EVANS, T. P. A. J. N. CORNATZAR, A. G. P.:A.
RAILROAD TIME CARD. ,
ST. L.. I. M. & S. RAILWAY
No. 92 Local Freight. 11: 40 a n.
No. 26...,..'. 12:25a. m.
No. 4. 10:45 .a m.
No. 80 . 8:55 p. in.
No. 6. 10:46 p. m.
No. 18 .. .... 11:17 P. m.
No. 24.. .j.... 8:30 a. m.
' No. 98, Local Freight. 7:20 a. m.
No. 5. 4:50 a.m.
. No. 29. 6:25 a. m
No. 8.■. 6:10 p. m.
No. 1. 10:45 p. in.
No. 7. 8.30 a. m.
No. 17. . 4:06 a. m.
No. 23. 3:10 p.m.
t WHITE RIVER DIVISION.
Passenger Leaves. 7:00 a. it .
k Mixed . 11:45 a. m.
\ Passenger Arrives. 8:30 p. m.
\ Mixed ■<!.•* .,.i.t..... 10.T6a.rn
A * ROCK ISLAND SYSTEM.
PasafOgw Arrives.. 1:40 P m
Passenger Departs. 3:16 p. m.
Local knight; Departs. . 6:30 a. m.
On Tuesday. Thursday and Saturday
Follow the Crowd
Newport Opera House.
Vining & Parish’s Offerings.
FRIDAY, MARCH 23D
A $1.50 Show at Dollar Prices
A Star Cast of People
In C. H. Kerr’s Tuneful Musical
Get acquainted with
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12 MUSICAL NUMBERS
3 SOLID ACTS OF FUN
and the Biggest Show Bargain on
Earth. A $1.50 attraction
catering to the masses in
these days of competi
tion at 50 and 75 cents
and one dollar.
3CH I AljPUC IN LESS THAN THAT
3UU LHUUnO NUMBER OK MINUTES
Come and See and Convince Yourself
Please Read This.
The Ladies Helping Hand of
tne Baptist church of Newport,
Ark., will have a bazaar in the
narlors of the New Hazel Hotel
an Thursday. March 22, com
mencing at 10 o’clock a. in. They
will offer for sale aprons, bon
nets, handkerchiefs and notions
af various kinds, together with a
?resh new line of Mexican drawn
work, Mexican doll fans and
>ther Mexican novelties just inn
lorted from Old Mexico. Also
lome-made cakes and candies.
5lease come everybody and assist
n a worthy cause. 75 d6t
Parties wanting their houses
numbered in compliance with the
| city ordinance, call on J. W. Jack
The prayer meeting at the Presby
terian church tonight has been calied
in on account ol' the protracted meet
ing going on in tiie city.
The Rev. G. Gordon Smeade. rector
of Christ Church, Little Rock, will be
the “Special Preacher” at St. Paul’s
church next Tuesday uight.
W. P. Johnson aud Miss Kittie
Berry, both of this city, were married
at the home of Justice Guy Smith
Wednesday evening at to o’clock.
For quick delivery, telephone
your orders for all kinds of
groceries to R. D. Dennis’, Cor.
Lake and Beech. ’Phone No.
There will be a special meeting of
Union Aerie No. "88 touigiit at 8
o’clock for the purpose of conferring
degrees upou several applicants who
are soon to leave.
Hon. Robert L. Rogers, candidate
for governor, will speak at Tuckerman
Friday afternoon and at Swifton that
night. Judge Little recently tilled
appointments at these two places.
J. 0. Herron spent Wednesday in
Tuckerman, where he was awarded
the contract for the construction of
the two-story brick store building of
R. F. Dunn, at a cost of $8,000. 1-le
will begin work as soon as the material
can be placed upon tiie ground.
I am prepared to do all kinds
of house and buggy painting,
paper hanging and upholstering
and guarantee my work. Also
take up and clean carpets and
mattings. Tom P. Pierce, shop
! 812 Front street. 264 d2mo
St. Paul’s parish is aminuiny to
j make next Sunday a marked festival,
i It, w ill be the Feast of the Aimunci
I at ion and the 10th anniversary <>t the
ordination of I)r. Norton. The parish
I will have as guests Ilev Canon Ti»
! chow of Batesville and his choir.
Sauers Milling Co. of Evans
ville, 111., manufacture a special
patent in addition to their high
est patent flour. This extremely
high grade flour is known as
“Invincible.” and is for sale by
The Standard Grocer Co. 16dtf
Wanted —Gentleman ^r lady
with good reference to travel for
firm of $250,000 capital. Salary
$1,072 per year and expenses;
salary paid weekly and expenses
advanced. Address, with stamp,
■I. A. Alexander, Newport, Ark.
We have the L. E. Hays & Co
Cincinnati, 0. line of samples,
also the old line which we have
had for the past 6 years. Call
and see our samples and prices
before you buy your spring and
Newport Dye & Clea
Mrs. L. E. Willis entertained
informally Wednesday afternoon
her guests being the members
of the Round Dozen.
The meeting was a most de
lightful one and its pleasure
further added to by the render
ing of piano solos by Mrs. T. H.
Rearney. who is a very popular
member of this social organiza
tion, which is composed of twelve
most excellent representative
ladies of this city.
Those present were Mesdames
C. W. Beard, T. B. Stewart, J.
W. Stayton, John W. Wallace, I.
D. Price, J. W. Grubbs, Will Mc
Mullen, William Mosby, J. H.
McHugh, T. H. Reamev and
' To Voters of Union Township:
i Owing to the difficulty in pro
: curing a polling place, the elec
| tors residing in Union Township
i and outside of the city of New
port will vote in the witness
room at the court house instead
of at the Experimental station,
at democratic primary election
March 28, 1906.
M. M. Stuckey,
Sec’y- Dem. Cent. Com.
Bound Over for Trial.
Robert Bryant, the negro, who
stabbed and cut Sam Hawthorne
near Diaz March 8, 1906, who
died from the wounds, was given
a h aring before Esquire Guy
j Smith Wednesday afternoon,
j The defendant was bound over
j to the grand jury for murder in
the first degree and was recom
mitted to jail pending indictment.
“Around every circle
another can be drawn.”
Th re is no “Biggest Store” as
i yet—there is no store in i his
city as big as it may be.
; By bigger and yet big
ter and yet better
. paigns —
You may draw
a circle around
your own biggest
j success 11 at at at
Do your clothes look yellow?
If so, use red Cross Ball Blue.
It will make them white as snow.
2 oz pa kage, 5 cents.
Read tfce Daily and Weekly
» I _ _
HOSPITAL PHYSICIANS SAID:
“IT WOULD DELIGHT US TO FIND SOMETHING TO CUBE THIS DEAB OLD SUFFEBtH.f||l
MR. E. W. BOSE, Bt. Louis, Mo. RICHMOND, IND..Nov. 20.1SKRM V
Lear Sir: Tbe charity patient in whom I am so mucb interested
was seventy-bye years old at tbe time thatshe began the use of “Zemo,’'WHiKB
and her weight was 13(1 lbs. Her beallb has been poor for some time
Fullering mainly from spinal trouble, according to tbe diagnosis of tbe.^HHM
doctors in attendance. She bus been a bard worker all bet life, baying
made the Jiving for her family keeping boarders. Somewhat over a yeur
ago eczema began to trouble her. It gradually grew worse and worse
until her entire body was affected, the legs being a mass of sores con
Btantly separating. Tbe itching and burning sensation was so dreadful
at times that it was impossible for her to sleep day ornigbt. 1 be doctors
j (two of our best) pronounced tbe case incurable, and when 1 asked
permission to use “Zemo ’ promptly said, “It would delight us to hnd f ■ > .
something to cure tbisdcar oid sufferer.’' * 'Zemo" was brst used on tbe
upper part of tbe body and soon relieved tbe patient of tbe terrible dis- )■
tresscaused by tbeitcbing andburniug. Tbe doctors bad been dressing
' tbe legs every day, but as soon as they saw tbe wonderful cbange in the
! skin wbere'-Zemo ’bad been used, they gave consent to bavelt used on
tbe legs. Gradually tbev began to improve and are now almost as WSft'vja
smooth as tbe face. It was probably about a month before mucb relief
was experienced in this part of tbe body, then skin scaled off. itching, ^
burning and aching gradually ceased. It seems now as if a testimonial
might be given, tint the patient thinks tbat. sbe bad better use “Zemo’* " *i
a few weeks longer before saving tbat sbo is cured. However, she ie , m
very grateful to all wbo bave been instrumental in securing your won
derful remedy and thinks that it has a great future before it. w ■
MRS.) MARY PERRY BE1.US. Nurse in Hospital. K ’ M
_No. 208 N. 8th St._ ■'jEj
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W. W. DUTTON, Newport, Arkansas. ■
THE BANK OF NEWPORT
Solicits the acccounts of depositors who desire
the accommodations of a Hrsi-class, well
equipped and reliable banking house.
OFFICERS AND DIRECTORS.
; Geo. W. Decker, President. R. M. Johnson, Cashier.
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. S. Stephens.
L. L. BOWEN &. CO.,
Fine Wines, Liquors and Cigars.
Local Distributers of the Celebrated
JESSE MOORE WHISKEY
I J«8 Trade a Special II
Prompt Attention given to Mail Orders. i
■——in iiimiim ithi r minium———t—mr w 1
AVOID SPRING COLDS. ^ I
They are apt to hang: on 19 1
until way into the sumther- II
by getting a fair supply \u *9 1
genuine whiskey. b>andy,|9 9
Manhattan or Maitini cock- 1
tails, such as are caniedin I
stock by us at this timr >'f the
year, as well as at all other
seasons. Their cost is i rifling |
as compared with doctor’s and
druggists’ bills. Yours for m
honest goods at liv ng prices, 0
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