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.£f> BENJAMIN & CO(have become■ ftvfiious
for their Black and Blue single and double _ breasted Sack Suits. /' j None other than standard weaves of reputation / . , _tried and tested by years of satisfactory service— j | ' are used in their tailor shops—a block from Broad way, a minute's Walk front Fifth Avenue. ! -——-— -1 In style these suits | ions: the coats arc of moderate length and have no 1 1 ' vens whatsoever. ! I • | Correct Clothes tor Men ' StarClothingCo. LOW WINTER TOURIST RATES jl SEASON 190S \ 906 # , To HOT SPRINGS. ARK.. ■ And to certain Texas points and other well 1 I known resorts in the I SOUTH and WEST Via Iron Mountain Route j Tickets on sale daily November 1st to April 30th, 1900. with full return limit June 1st. 190G. i For information and literature, write I DANIEL DELANEY, Traveling' Passenger Agent. St. Louis. Or see Agent iron Mountain at Newport, Ark. ! RAILROAD TIME CARD. ST. L.. 1. M. * S. RAILWAY / NORTH ROUND. No. 92 Local Freight . 11: 40 a n . No. £6. .. . . 12.25 a. rr. No. 4 . 10:45 .a m No. 30 . .. 8 55 p. in. No. ft ... .10:45 p. m. No. 18 I I .17 p rn. No. 24 ... 8:30 a. to. j SOUTH BOUND. | No. 93. Local Freight. 7:20 a. in. j No. 5. 4:50 a. m. J No. 29 . . .. ft: 25 a. m i No. 8. 5:10 p.m. . 10:45 p. m. . . 8 30 a. m. 4:05 a. in. . 3 10 p. m WHITE RIVER DIVISION. p-J r Leaves. 7: 0 a. n Mixed 11:45 a.m. PMaenyrl Arrive*. S:30 p. m Mixed 10:15 a. m. QCK lSXiAND SYSTEM. Paasenpor Arrive*. L.40 p. m. Paaaeneov De larts... S:lf P- >n bocal Freight Dppartq. 6:30 a. it. On Tuemiay. Thursday and Saturday JAMES L. JONES” --"" Solicits |yeur NOTARIAL BUSINESS And promises Prompt and Careful Attention To Your Business. _—- i -- We are prepared to do all kinds of MIMEOGRAPHING ANY COLOR. Stenographic — AND — Notarial Work VINING Sc DIXON. PHONE 142. | There arc mere McCall Pattern* in the l>he* States than of any other make of pm terry 1 hi* )» on McftViBt their style, accuracy and simplicity. McCall's Mnifarlnf The Queen of Kashiorjha* ■anroHubscnbers than «i \ other l.aaiev' *ine. v ne year’s subscription (ia numbers' fum .30 cents. 'e * * number, 3 cents. Kvr.ry subscriber gets a McCall 1 at* Urn Free. Subscribe today. Lady Aaer.ls Wanted, Handsome preruiumsrr Hbr-tal cash commissiun. Pattern Catalogue (of coc or «*n.) and Premium Cataloyuc (showing 400 pnswM) MBS fr»«. Addtaas Till McCALL CO.. New Yeik. Clocks Every sort * Size and price Big Clocks that are cheap. Small Clocks that cost • .Are a bit of money. Eight day Clocks. One day Clocks. Clocks that strike every few minutes. Clocks that don’t know how to! strike AT ALL. Clocks that it takes a shelf to I accommodate. Clocks little larger than watches. , Clocks at a dollar, and up. and up. All good to keep time. Get our prices, and you’ll know why we have a large Clock t rade. Palace Jewelry Store. & E. L. WATSON. IV!. D. Office Over Bdile> r,HAki( ,,6 Mercantile Co. ** P«ONt 178 | NEWPORT, - - ARK. DRJRA H. ERWIN ! EYE, EAR, NOSE AND THROAT. . OFFICE-8 and 9 Wishon Building NEWPORT. ARK. GEORGE L. ROBINSON. Justice of the Peace. Collections a Specialty.. Office: Third door south of Chastain Building. '< ^SEE= R Hiflhouse & Gregg kj About Fire Insurance. JV fA k> It Will Bp te Vour Advantage. [}► $ HERE AND THERE. $ Mrs. Fred Smith is quite ill. I. D. Price for fishing tackle. Easter dve at I. D. Price's. See R. H. Askew about fram ing your pictures. 90btf. There will be a regular meet ing of the K. P’s tonight. Go to I. D. Price for garden seed in bulk and packages, if J. S. Wilmans ’.vas in the capi tol city Thursday on business. Fresh fish, lettuce, celery and onions at Bowen’s Cash Store. Major Alf Joblin has> returned from a business trip to the cap ital city. Wolff-Goldman are having a special sale of $5.00 skirts this week. 95 fe7t W. H. Morrow of Little Rock was in the city Friday, going to Batesville. Mr. and Mrs. S. D. Campbell spent the day Wednesday, with ' Dr. H. G. Campbell at Batesville. ! £>ee Wolii-ijroJdman'ssnow , windows for the greatest i value in skirts ever offered. President Geo. L. Turner of j the Arkansaw Travelers was a i welcome guest to our city Thurs- 1 day. j < Easter ncweltics in Boy's,j and Children's Clothing — Chas. Meyer's Great Bar- ( gain Store. 95tf The Easter flower bazaar will ^ be given at the Hazel hotel Sat- } urday afternoon and will be open - to the public at 1 p. m. Mrs. M. M. O’Neal of Augusta ( arnved in the city Wednesday , afternoon to visit her two sisters , Mrs. L. Minor and Mrs. J. W. ■ House. j Special Cut price for Eas- ] ter week on Men's and « Boy’s Clothing. — Charles Meyer's Great Bargain Store. 95tf. Mrs. A. H. Snyder and little , daughter, of Carthage, Mo., ar-: rived in the city Thursday and are the guests of Mrs. B. F. Whitaker. Mrs. W. E. Beloate of Corn ing passed through Newport. Thursday returning home from attending a meeting of the exe cutive committee of the Orphans’ Home at Batesville. Robert Laird arrived home Thursday night from Nashville, where he has been attending a business college and will leave soon for Jonesboro to accept a position with the American Trust Company. "Price’s. I I Easter post Price’s. | For dray at any I Hazel hotel. . For Bent- Rooms and board . at 222 Laurel St. ^ j For Rent—jStofageroom. Ap-1 ply"to 0. M. Bowen. 42 dtf j Mr. and Mrs. V. E. Pierson 'eturned Friday from a visit to Memphis. T. J. Graham was in the city Thursday, returning home from a business trip to Searcy. Parties wanting their houses numbered in compliance with the city ordinance, call on J. W. Jack son. 06dtf Mrs. Gainor Duffey of Bates ville was in the city Thursday enroute to Searcy to visit her parents. Mr. and Mrs. 0. D. Hawn are visiting Mr. and Mrs-. Allie Lipp manat Simmons’ switch for a few days. The newest creations in Lingerie waists are shown by Wolff-Goldman Mercan tile Company. 95 b7t Our form fitting clothing for young men are correct in style and fit.—Chas. Meyer’s Great Bargain Store. Newark is to have a second bank with a paid up capital of $10,000 to be known as the Mer chants’ and Planters’ Bank. An Easter dance to be given at the Hazel Tuesday evening is being promoted by some of the young men. It is to be a swell affair with a good orchestra. Mrs. VY. W. Pool and her un cle, Dr. N. b. Hardister, of Jacksonport, are spending a few days with Mrs. Pool’s sister, Mrs. Lorena Wilson, at Cave City.—Batesville Guard. We have fast received a large shipment of imported mattings, also a complete line of linoleums, carpets and rags. Wolff-Goldman Mer cantile Company. 99 btf Quite an electric storm visited this section Friday morning early, followed by rain, meas uring .44 of an inch in depth. White River stood 22.3 feet on :he local gauge Friday. Dr.R.L.Kennerly, who has been ittending the medical college it the University of Nashville, Fenn., was in the city with his nany friends Friday, returning ,o his home at Batesville. J. M. Ware, the clever and genial representative of the; southern Cotton Oil company of Newport, spent yesterday in our :ity. We enjoyed a short visit! 'rom him.—Batesville Guard. - i . i 11 i i i am prepareu to uo an ti.:nus , if house and buggy painting, >aper hanging and upholstering ind guarantee my work. Also ake up and clean carpets and > nattings. Tom P. Pierce, shop ■ 12 Front street. 264 d2mo W. W. Edmonson of Stone :ounty is out in a signed state nent, as follows: "The official ,rote as given me from Stone and independence counties as to the •ace for the State Senate, gives ne a majority over Mr. Raney >f 17 votes, and a majority over VIr. Hinkle of 35 votes; giving ne the nomination, and for vhich I shall contend. Had said nfficial count given other of my npponents a majority I certainly ! vould have surrendered like a] nan without a murmur. All i :hat 1 ask is what 1 get and that i [ shall contend for at all haz ards.” ? " ==s DR. B. F. CAiN. Veterinary Surgeon Permanently 1 ocateii in New port. Satisfaction Guaranteed. Office, LOmivS STABLE SPPPpV" ■" *BOOOO'J'J ' ^ FIRST HA TIOH Newport, Arkansas, Money Orders issued by this bank cost more conveniently obtained than either post! money orders. MONEY ORDERS ISSUED BY ' Sxpr«?s*, 00^7. Money Orde FIRST NATIONAL BANE. j COST ---- i—- | Not over $ 5.00 5 cents 5 cents ! 51 Not over 10.00. 5 cents B cents • 8 • Not over 20.00 5 cents 10 cents I 10 cent! . Not over 30.00 10 cents ! 12 cents 1 12 cents | - i-■ • Not over 40.00 ... ... 10 cents | 15 cents 1 15 cents Not over 50.00. 15 cents ! 18 cents ; 18 cents l i ! Not over GO.00. 15 cents I 20 cents 20 cents i Not over 75.00 15 cents 25 cents 25 cents Not over 100.00. 15 cents j 30 cents \ 30 cents Our drafts can be cashed at any bank in the United States. We also issue drafts on principal cities in Germany, Ireland, England and France. , lUtaetc. Curec1 fay “ZXM© ” WHY ? SUFFER THE TORTURE OF ECZEMA OR ANY SKIN DISEASE WHEN THIS GOOD MEDICINE HAS NEVER FAILED TO CURE ! )■. W. \?tj>ic3Nir Co., St. Louis. Mo. 23AKK38BirRC4, Lll.. May ll-it. 1WE. | Iji. a h *ri»- Bemevmg that '‘ fared n.* am e. »« not my liie, j w j • gi&c' v te s rr'Of .'kii. vui iLtu (.iit g.« lor me. .1 mi floret! tax years frvuu a tesiw :i>* j1 ruse »-f i’cL.i.g er.tii.:# < i Octt a/n*s I tried e.gh! different, doctors.,and every eczema cart' j> . cooc tcai ■ . w. iiOul 3€‘J el. T he disease grew worse awl spread to my neck ana preaet, u.v | ferine Laa gitat l*. es eater, in them: i! hood became an .invalid and wan routined t© mv tec: pa. i <t the ’ me. My Lae Land no; gMa t-ttleoi “ZiCMO Mic Uret. application stoptec the ikt.up. aadl began t©, mpTOve', lns-xweekt ai.d one day f t.v disease had disappeared, and roy trxnp wcie Clean anc binootfc ns my pKtme wi!i Ffcow before an: alter t.fcing,sZFMO ’ Myarme were so baa tome < 1 my li .ends wanted me u; have then, talien < fh but. 3 would not, agree 3 am now er.tlrelv cured and hare gained ten pound?in weight. and !< el tetter than 3 have iett in manv vewt li consider my <j\::ck recovery by dHing '‘ZF.Mb ' r.ot.hme .. , , abort of a miracle. ,3 will gladly LLt-wer ail .ik-turns -/ ) _ bO ; . . . and recommend “ZEMU U- a:J pt:t;x-e Fullering liom * Cwa/'L-'tw/X any itcL.ng skin cae-ease. Yucrs grateSu-Uy, > ■■■■■■■■■■■■■■■■0 guaranteed and scld by Wmmmmmmmmmmmammm W. W. DUTTON. Newport, Arkansas. THE BANK OF NEWPORT Solicits the acccounts of depositors, who desire the accommodations of a drs-hass. wed equipped and reliable banking ho <*•?. OFFICERS AND DIRECTORS. Geo. W. Decker, President. R. M. Johnson. Cashier. A. D. Bailey, Vice PresT. Jas. L. Jones. AssT Cashier. Thos. J. Graham. Ed. P. Shoffner. J. T. Henderson. Tos. M. Stayton. Dr. J. M. Jones. T. S. Stephens. IL. L. BOWEN Ei CO., I Fine Wines. Liquors and Cigars. | Local Distributers of the Celebrated JESSE MOORE WHISKEY | Jug' Trade a Specialty ^ _ • SHPANY, S. A. OOP 1 I IT Government.