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Newport daily independent. (Newport, Ark.) 1901-1929, November 22, 1911, Image 4

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I So Much Depends |
I on a good appearance in this lifel
| that it behooves everyone to
I keep his clothes up to the mark.
I More especially is this true when
| price cuts so little figure. i
| Our new Michaels-Stern Fall
| Styles demonstrate what we
| mean.
• All wool fabrics in perfection
of Style, Fit and Finish await
you here at prices to meet any
cer Co.
Can Goods Are
Corner Laurel and Front Streets
^ Jisten!
lw ”' goods we
Charles F. Cole, referee in
bankruptcy, was in our city to
Knox mends shoes cheap. Ill
Walnut street.
Mrs. Marcus Brewer returned
home to Little Rock Tuesday af
I. D. Price for Dollar Clocks
and Watches. * 91btf.
James A. Strider and Walter
Hunter were city visitors Wed
Will Biggers of Bird township
was a county seat visitor Wed
For Sale—practically new
Cottage organ. $35 cash takes
it. Independent office. 61btf
Mrs. Nora Galloway and
daughter, Miss Mae Stephens
were shopping here Tuesday
from Tuckerman.
Old fashioned sugarhouse mo
lasses, the first of the season at
Bowie’s. 93dl2.
John W. Stayton left this af
ternoon for Cotton Plant on le
gal business.
The City Drug Store receives
regularly fresh shipments of
Morse’s fine candies. 87blm
. John Q. Wolf of Batesviile
was here today en route home
from attending the Masonic
Grand Lodge at Little Rock.
Spanish mackerel, red snap
per sunfish, erappie, oysters and
celery received every Thursday
and Friday at Snetzer’s Grocery.
Rev. L. C. Craig of Walnut
Ridge and Rev. W. F. Wayman
of Sulphur Rock attended the
revival meeting service here
last night.
For electric wiring and fix
tures see Marshall. Tel. 243.
Rev. M. B. Umsted came
down from Batesviile Tuesday
evening and will officiate at the
Eichenberger-Wallace wedding
this evening at 8 o’clock.
For Rent—Small room on
Front street for business stand.
Apply to 514 Front. 86dtf.
Mrs. John W. Stayton left
this morning on No. 7 for Lit
tle Rock to make a week-end
visit to Her mother, Mrs. Vir
ginia Campbell.
Walter Wallace continues to
* . . . . ,
improve ana is now consiuereu
out of danger.
FOR RENT—Newly furnished
room. Telephone 283.
“Jack” Ware, the popular
Newport cotton oil man, is look
ing after business matters in
the city today, and meeting his
many friends. — Batesville
Places your orders with Snet
zer’s grocery for your Thanks
giving and Christmas fruit cake.
Miss Celeste Jordan of Chica
go was a passenger through our
city yesterday morning en route
to Batesville to visit Miss Es
ther Neill.
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Walton,
and Mrs. William Mosby left on
No. 3 Tuesday for Little Rock,
caled by the death of Mrs. Mos
by’s brother, Ed Dewberry, who
died from pneumonia Tuesday
morning at 11 o’clock. The de
ceased is survived by his wife
and grown daughter. The fun
eral was held this afternoon.
$100 Reward, $100.
The reader* of thl* paper will be pleased to tear*
that there la at least one dreaded disease that science
has been able V cure In all It* stages, and that Is
Catarrh. Hall's Catarrh Cure la the only positive
cure now known to the medical fraternity. Catarrh
being a constitutional disease, require* a oonstltu
■loni treatment. HaU'i Catarrh Cure la taken ln
iemally. acting directly upon the blood and mucous
surfaces of the *yatem. thereby destroying the
foundation of the dlaeaae, and giving the patient
strength by budding up the constitution and awlst
ng narnre In dolng It* work. The profetetw* have
m im ctMmUve^POwm.flgtt thcT^n
Newark to visit relatives.
The City Drug Store receives
regularly fresh hipments of
Morse’s fine candies. 87blm
Major John T. Green and wife
of Hope were guests of their
friends, Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Mc
Kenzie, last night on their re
turn home from Batesville,
where they attended the Synod.
Wanted—good second hand
gasoline stove, 2 or 3 burners.
Independent office. 92dlf.
George W. May and son Wash
were here today to see Ur. U. E.
Jones, returning on the after
noon train. Wash May was shot
in the eye the other day, while
out bird hunting with other boys
and we are glad to know that he
will not lose the sight of the in
jured eye.
While the gihners report of
11,269,986 bales ginned up to
November 13 caused the market
to advance 10 points, the gain
was lost before the day's close
and there was little change Wed
nesday, cotton selling upon
the street from 8 1-2 to 9 1-4
cents per pound.
| Dowell & Rossington |
§ Rooms 21 and 22 |
x Wishon Building. 5
This bank is managed strictly in ac- mM
cordance with the rigid banking laws . iB
of the United States Government—be- >, -W
ing the only National Bank in New- B
port. It’s policy is conservative and be- B
yond reproach, thus assuring safety ;|.j 1
for funds. Standing as a further a
protection for the safety of deposits is |
, the bank’s capital, surplus and stock- l
holders’ liability of $225,000.
We invite you to avail yourself of
this safety by opening an account i
I subject to check or depositing your :.fj
, money according to our Demand Cer
tificate of Deposit plan. .J
jjj' _______ ' v'l
you needn’t be afraid of cutting
1 too much. There will not be any
left to get stale. It tastes too
good for anything like that.
'you’ll not find anybody declining
it. Just the sight of it will
tempt people to try it. Just a
taste of it will make them more
than willing to have you insist
on their taking a second piece.
Horton’s Planing Mill
Windows, Door Frames, Church ■
Pews, Pulpits, Furniture and
Store Fropts, Made
to Order. *il
j Special Sale of ThanKsgi
The reputation we have established of carrying
goods to be had ought iomake the ladies of Newport tafc
of this ad and read every line, as the values we are gr
, week in linens are as low as during our January Clean

81-inch all linen bleached ta
ble damask, $2.25 value, now
per yd.$1.85
72-inch all linen table damask
$1.75 value, now per yd..$1.35
72-inch value all linen table
damask, $1.35 value, now
per yard .$1.00
72-inch all linen bleached ta
ble damask, $1.15 value, now
per yard .89c
68-inch all linen bleached ta
ble damask, 65c value, now
per yard . 50c
72-inch all linen bleached ta
ble damask $1.00 value now
per yard .09c
24-inch all linen bleached
napkins, $6.00 value, now
per dozen .$4.50
24-inch all linen napkins
$3.50 value, now per do . .$2.75
23-inch all linen napkins,
$2.50 value, now per doz. .$1.98
23-inch all linen napkins
$2.25 value,now per doz.. .$1.65
22-inch Union linen
$1.75 value, now per
20-inch Union nap
value, now Der doz..
terns. ,<’/ ■:,l«.:’!/-lj^%"jfk< .*f:[ 'j-l
10-4 round
loped $9.00 Jr '.-.; /. :l' *-t'K, .-*-'|

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