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® ' lements, 1 s, Buggies, Etc. ou can’t help but be surprised at the bargain prices at which these offerings are fast f£oing. The supply is limited, and you I should avail yourself at once, if not j already, of the chance to buy good I goods at very low prices. Newport Builders’ [ , Supply and Hardware Co. J 3 REGISTERED PHARMACISTS, j Too much care can not bo exercised ir the Prescription Department of any drug store. The fact that we have 3 Registered Pharmacists in our store insures you &4 that your prescription when entrusted to 1 us will be in competent hands Our prescription business is large enough to also insure you that only fresh and pure drugs will bo used in compound ing it. M evens' Drug Store. I E STOP OVER AT VICKSBl'RG - f . EN ROUTE TO THE rj. C. V. REUNION fife New Orleans. La.. April 25. 26. 27 | VERY LOW RATES ;PECIAL TRAIN SERVICE WRITE FOR ITINERARY GEO. h. LEE. JAS. H HARRIS, I* Gen. Pass. Agt. Dist. Pass. \V. Little Rock, \rk. Little Rock, Ark, LOW RATES TO I LOS ANGELES, CAL. I ACCOUNT § MYSTIC SHRINE CONVENTION 1 MAY 7th-10th. | | Write for full information. ' i W. L. EVANS, T. P. A. J. N. CORNATZAR/A. G. P/A. | MEMPHIS. TENNESSEE. | JAMES M. PORTER, Teacher of Piano. ; The Leschetizky Method win. be used as the basis of technical work. Advanced pupils and be j, gi nners solicited. j STUDIO—Musical Coterie Club Rooms. ... — HOURS. Tu s«lays and Fridays. 1 to 5 I d. r,:. Wednesday and Saturdays, i 8 to 12 a. m., and l to 5 p. m. ! Leave orders with T. P. Umsted& Co. Local Agents. Ballew & Shuford Undertakers. Office, ill Walnut Street, •Opposhe C Mjk's Hotel. -:---— i ' jp] THE ORIGINAL, || » THE OLDEST .... W ES THE BEST KNOWN IJS 4 1 and moan V'^vuisr all nrar 1 iff th» South. l>"iuaibfr tke wS| | J iramo : isiit t.>n • , « • ■nJnuawni»««»-»-. »,.,»» !■■■■■■■ , ——w»m——#— I •Alwayj 'Pure Delicious a-satis factory j|j JOHN f. JACOCKS H H. VANOVkJHB r ^Publisher and Edit^mggp [j NEWPORT. ‘ ~ AK-W?^'i LeZrdZl**™^ ™tter- f - j 1 I J jl 1 ADDITIONAL LOCALf. j '-j« I. P. Price for baseball sup-; plies. IT Red Cross Bali Blue should be n every home. Ask your grocer j :or it. Large 3 oz. package only j ) cents. A full line of fishing tackle and | baseball supplies at I. D. Price’s j also marbles, tops, and other sporting goods. Don’t cost much to make your, clothes look new all the year, round. $1 a month in Barker’s j club pays the Kill. 90d6t! All up-to-date housekeepers use Red Cross Ball Blue. It j makes clothes clean and sweet as ( when new. All grocers. For quick delivery, telephone! | your orders for all kinds of j ! groceries to R. D. Dennis’, Cor. J Lake and Beech. ’Phone No. j 17d-tf j The Auxiliary of the Chistian; Woman’s Board of Missions of j the Christian church will meet, i Friday afternoon with Mrs. J. I D. Carvel. We will be pleased j i to have anyone interested in this, i work to come. Secretary. Sauers Milling Co. of Evans viile, 111., manufacture a special! patent in addition to their high . #"i mi • j puieiii uuui. a ms eAucuwiv : high grade flour is known as "Invincible.” and is for sale by! The Standard Grocer Co. ISdtf The most important transfer of mining property made this' year near Yeilville has just been effected, in the sale of the lola’i mine, mii! and lease to a party | of business and professional men j at Stevens Point. Wis., for a consideration of $32,000. The services at the Methodist church Sunday morning will be under the auspices of the two missionary societies, the offering to go for the benefit of Bible and Training school of the church at Kansas City. An in teresting musical and recitation: program has been arranged by t Mrs. C. E. Crook and Mrs. B. F. j Whitaker. Over One hundred iodicfineaiis. The Spring term of the Inde pendence county Grand Jury for; 1906 is new a thing of the past, j having adjourned Wednesday. j Its nine days labor now remains i bn Ka emon oc? (vnr rf unr ! has been accomplished. It is an , impossibility for 16 men to get j together and do the work theyj have done in ’less time, with less cost to the county. Out of 92 witnesses examined 100 indict ments were found, and if 65 per cent, of these are sustained be fore the court a considerable profit to the county v\ ill be real ized. it has cost the county out-1 side of the service for the officers j in getting witnesses. $151.25and) when this cost is considered it; dwindles into insignificance when j compared to the good that will j no doubt come for the better mem: of our citizenship and to society in general. —Batesville Guard. Judgment for Bsd Walks. Poplar Bluff has just had an i object lesson in allowing bad; walks. Frank Thompson having j on Wednesday secured a judg ment for $500 for injuries sus tained by falling on a defective walk. The city served notice of ap peal and the Citizen very perti nently remarks that it is morej the duty of the council to look j after streets and sidewalks than expensive lav. suits m taking appeals from such judgments, which are almcst sure to be sus tained. Batesville Confederate Vonumenb Sidney Johnston Camp No. S63. U. C. V.. o: Batesville, has determined to erect a monument, and appointed as a | ■ommittee Robert Neill, S. A. iail and J. P. Coffin, and has : ■equested the local chapter, U. , ). C., to appoint a committee to ict with the camp’s committee. _ ^_ i Candidate m Chirke’s Seat. Washington, D. C. April 12— While making no formal an louncement, Stephen Brand idge ; of Searcy, representative from; the Secon i Arkansas district, practically declares himself as a ■ candidate for United States sen ator to succeed Janies f , Clarke.1 it is said on reliable authority that Senator Berry will support, Brundidge actively. New, Ra*;k ibiltffid Traijn Between New-j port, SnrAlto srid little Rock. On and after March 31, 1906, i the Rock Island will operate ad ditional train service between j Newport and Brinkley to con nect at that point with fast trains on the main line between Mem- \ phis,Little Rock and Hot Springs. I South-bound train leaves New port at 8:15 a.m., reaching Brinkley in time to connect^with, train No. 5 which arrives in, Little Rock at 1:40 p.rm North-bound t r a i h leaves Brinkley at 6 p.ra., affording di rect connection for passengers on i« W/- (il inf:: '!rv * T :f t*!o Pah / at 4 o’clock in the afternoon. A most accommodating daily service is thus assured. r THE NEW SCHEDULE. SOUTH 30 UNO. Leave Newport .'<:V a. t . p* r.». Cotton. FlurL •• • .2 j.u* r • 5:0l >j. rr.. ■ Ar: ve Brinkley. • •':r0;i. > . •':$*' >. r.:. Little Rock. l tOp in. n:. j Hot Springs. V p. »r.. NO RT 11BO OTN L. I Hot Springs • u. H> p. ft. Little Rock- : :C *.i. tr.. 4: «) p. i Leave Brinkley* - -.Ll:20a. • . C.'Op. m. Arrive Cotton. Plant- • •• 11:45 a. >:27 » . m. Newport** • . 1:15 p. r... n- p. nt. ORDINANCE ISO. 141. An ordinance to amend an or dinance entitled ar. ordinance j to amend Section Four of Ordin ance No. 5 of the City of New port. Be it ordained by the city council of the City of Newport. Section i, Ti at section 1 be so, amended as to read as follows: That Section 4 of Ordinance -j being an ordinance fixing the salary of city officers be so amended to read as follows: The City Marshal shall receive $1.00 per month for his services • and ir. addition thereto he shall re ceive for services renderdeu by himself or his deputies the same fees now allowed by law to eon staoles for like services provided | that in no event shall he receive 1 fees for the service of any police or watchman of the city ar.d he! shall also receive 5b cents for each license issued and :.-y him col lected. Provided further that should the City Marshal consent to act and do act as a Policeman of ( the city under the supervision of j the Mayor of the city as provided by the ordinance of the city es tablishing a police force therefor. Then in addition to his pay and fees aforesaid he shall be allowed for such services actually ren dered the same fee allowed by j the ordinance of the city toaj Policeman for ;ike services. Section 2. This ordinance to j take effect and be in force from and after its passing. Approved April 9th, 1006. \V. R. Thompson, attest: Mayor. .J. R. Mayhan. City Recorder. | Wanted—Men in each state to; travel, post signs, advertise and}, leave samples of our goods.) Salary sTo.oo per month. 'j per day for expenses. Kuhlmar. Co.. Dept S. Allas Block: Chicago bSw-t may L Wanted — Gentleman or lady with good reference to travel few firm of S25o.00o.pu capital. Sal ary $1.072.0" per year and ex-1 penses. salary pam weekly expenses advance-.,;. Address, with stum; . J. A. Alexander, | Newport. Ark. till lo-l j MArfE3 OLO rHlMfc! i £M*iJ QtWiV instantly r<_ / the brilliant newness and finis' ftar.0.3, Furniture, Picture interior Woodwork, Hardwi Floors, and all polished, v or enameled surfaces. £t renews and redr eases every thin# it touches. Revamishing i* unnecessary, because* scratches, stains and dirt instantly disap pear, 1 :av:n# a smooth* brilliant j| surface. * li t*4Ul4> is cot a varnish, but I a surface food that is absorbed by IS the old finish, instantly restoring J the latter to its original bright- ( ; cess. Easy fcouse—only a piece j if cheese cloth is necessary. Dries instantly. One delighted customer write* that it is worth $100 per bottle. The price is only 50 cent*. 11" X tent trial! battles at llOc. each j \ Sold toy ) R. H. ASKEW, The Paint Healer. ■ --iuJ “For two years i was in t very bad condition. I was treated by a number ot emi nent physicians for chronic catarrhal gastritis and dilata tion of tlii? stoma-h an>I >b tained no rea d. [ grew grad ually worse, my 'breathing was so -Fib :uS at . ime - tli it [ thought I would die. My heart was in very bad con h.tion from poor circulation and pressure of the dilace l stomach. [ de cided. it vvs only a matter of a ver. snort time with me. .1 was advised • > try . )r. Mil?s’ Nervine and Heart Cure, and before I had finished taking one bottle of the medicine ,1 feir. like a n rv being. I took eight bottles of the medicine, and am entirely cured, for a matter of about $8.00 in the face of two hundreds spent in the two rears before without reli' ' A. D. SLACK, M.tvi M • -!: VI • of til- r. & a. w. P. P. Siri Atit’n’.i 1 Tex'j D*- Miles' V is tali by your <Jr.ugc(is't. who will guarantee tbit the first bottle ••• '. benefit. tf it fa is, he will rjfiinci your money. Miles Medical Co., Elkhart, Ind Taking Gzotnulaioa Tod at and Tout Cure logins Today 1';k< Cnd JLivtt Oil ; *- n “I’u- ExjuUem*. Its v ii;*M • O i:jal Food Proper* :* a - > *■:: *r;iy Realized, in s li - rrhy Color to the I i i • .1 :.d Sallow. •'••• P:*••!•• S-r •i-stth to the Weak, to •.!.*• hi 1 the Invalid. 1-. T.i: - r :n th» System o' Convale** • os ’• * ivl'.aijstir ? Diseases. 1:'. d• * • -Ina: the Ki'tlre System. 1>' -I." if the Worn* ’it. v '‘H •'.* Thin, Peaked :;n ■! 1 -s' ■■■■> ■■ the;- T.Ittle Ro-Mml the ; . Pir.V m 1 White Flesh, and i . 1 ;l: the*.r ch '-ka with the Pretty •’*:•! Dimples that make Mother’s 1*1 oa t t ( Had. OiOHUI.SIOM i» *ti intldote for ell Diseases Caused by y.rpojnro to Ci.M and Wet. To prove ita M-dRlnai Food Merits * Trial Bottle Free by Mail !■" or. :• ?-tU I.tt. Writ# by lot tel 'If . I • ■* OtnmaKion t o.,S3 Pine St., New Y«rk. *• 1 <*.«..«t.4-Two jtisra—SOo. and XI.i>* DR. CHAS. E. CARROLL Dentist Gives special attention to Crown and Bridge Work, (\n ;. correction ■>:' Irregularities of the Teeth. iFT-N . V A SON BUI* 1'HOXK. 63. Newport, - Arkansas* DR. HARRY E. DOWELL DENTIST ''I:i-c:a! attention giv er- n to crown, bridge ttnd .rlay work. Tiice over Chas, Meyer and Joyce's Drug Store. Lead the Daily and Weekly Independent.