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I For this week he will put on | sale 100 assorted Shirt Waists. | Real values in Organdie, Vosle and |( Wash Silks, worth $2.45, sale price - $1.95 I 100 Georgette Crepe, Crepe-De | Chine 8.50 and Chiffon in Fancy | I White, Flesh, Blue and Green sale price this week - - $5.95 r 100 Wash Skirts at a big reduction. HARRY G. BRANDENBERG j The Merchant I : llh^iriwrwnriiftir ■' *• u * s* xj THE WEATHER. Tonight and Sunday fair. HERE AND THERE Mr. and Mrs. R. W. Bandy spent the day at Little Rock on business. Bevens Heat Lotion cures all kinds of heat. 47dlmo. W. E. Thomas of the Jones-Huguley t Company, is spending the day at Lit B™| tie Rock on business. _ H For home grown watermelons call ; Wm. H. Dyer. 68d3t m4 - Robert Jacobstein is home after a delightful vacation spent at his old i home at Louisville, Ky. ^Hgjj - Knox mends shoes cheap. Ill Wal nut street. dtf. — Mrs. M. B. Umsted and Miss Lora [ Umsted were down from Tuekerman Thursday for a few hours’ visit. Bevens’ Heat Lotion cures heat with one application. 47dlmo Mrs. W. P. Jackson and daughter, Belle, have gone to Cave City for a months visit with her parents. Wanted—Middle aged white lady for chambermaid. Board and room. Apply L. J. Cooksey. 58dl2t. j m . , Mrs. J. H. Blanchard and little daughter, of Dallas, Texas, arrived here last night to visit her sister, ; Miss Mildred Douglass, for several days. ■ . ——— Mrs. E. R. Goodwin, of Batesville, was here Thursday evening, enroute to Little Rock to visit relattives. Dray age of all kinds handled promptly. Phone No. 10. Chester Robinson. 13-dtf Miss Corinne Mosby went down to Little Rock this afternoon to visit her friend, Mrs. Mae Kline Schaer. W. A. Mink, contractor and build er, satisfaction guaranteed.— 825 Malcolm Avenue, Newport, Ark. 43dl mo. Mrs. Ed Claxton arrived home from Canada yesterday afternoon, where she has been for more than a year. For Rent—One or two large, cool bedrooms, close to town, bath and electric lights. Apply 123 Beech St. or call at Independent office, dtf -- „ * . Miss Helen Heirize, of Memphis, will arrive Monday to visit her friend, Mrs. J. V. Cloud, on Hazel street. Corn for Sale at $2.00 per bushel at crib five miles west of Newport. Crib open only on Saturdays. See Mack Bros. 48dtf lOwtf. ■ —— ! i ' Mrs. C. C. Marschheimer has re turned home to Parkdale, after a short visit with her many Newport friends. For Rent—Two nice sleeping rooms in private home, very close in, and rates reasonable. Apply 123 Beech Street, after 6 p. m. 58dtf Mrs. Fannie Robinson came home yesterday afternoon from a visit with _ ! ! i H Clean LiKe Dish’* m_ . Thousands of women have said that about the Copper-Clad Range. You will say it the first time you wipe off a Copper-Clad because it is as smooth as a dish. There are no fussy ornaments to dig around. No rivet and bolt heads to blacken. No jj hinges, catches or latches for the dirt to hide be ll hind. These are all inside out of sight and out of the way. Clad with pure sheet copper where other ranges i rust out the Copper-Clad simply can’t rust out from the inside. HAYDEN-HOLLOWAY ■ FURNITURE CO. jjilfffTif rJ~ •" ' J1 I her sister, Mrs. E. R. Walker, at' Vanndale. We have one and one-half loaves of bread that we can sell for fifteen cents. This is the same bread we have always handled only the loaf is 3 ounces lighter.—Newport Novelty I Co., W. H. Dyer, Manager. 67d3t . Jude Dene Coleman and little daughter, were here last night on their return from a several days’ stay a Little Rock. J. R. Metcalf and J. V. Cathey came down from Batesville last even ing, leaving for North Carolina to spend several weeks visiting rela tives. Miss Eula McNeese, who has been the guest of Miss Arnette Williams, on Laurel street, has gone to Union Hill to visit the family of H. S. Sim mons. Mrs. Paul Herndon is spending the day with Mrs. S. D. Campbell. Mr. and Mrs. Herndon will drive through in their car to Judsonia late this af ternoon. Mrs. J. B. Dickinson and son of Lit tle Rock, were at the Hazel hotel last Thursday night, going to Melbourne to visit her parents, Judge and Mrs. J. B. Baker. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Holden ex pect to leave Monday for New Or leans, where he will enter Tulane Un iversity to study Radio work for gov ernment service. Miss Mary Bains came in home last night from her father’s farm, where she is teaching a summer school. She is doing nicely and is very much interested in her work. Lieutenant Eugene Wallace and Earl Wishon drove to Batesville and spent the day with friends and were accompanied on their return home by Miss Ansil Livingston, who is the guest of Mrs. J. N. Lewis. My. and Mrs. S. Heinemann reach ed home last night about 11 o’clock from Memphis, where they enjoyed a two or three days’ visit. On their re turn they made the trip in a car and enjoyed it very much. Mrs. N. Lacy Tilghman, of Little Rock, arrived last evening and is the guest for several days of her brother and his wife, Dr. and Mrs. O. E. Jones. The many friends of her for mer home are always glad to see her, holding her in much esteem. Lost or Estrayed—from pasture in lower end of town, one black Poland marked with crop and bit in left ear; has bob tail. Liberal reward paid for information leading to recovery.— Harry Grimes. 68!3dt Miss Dora Mae Folbre, of Forrest City, arrived this afternoon and is the guest of Mrs. T. C. Folbre, Jr. Mrs. Folbre will give a houseparty next* week in honor of Miss Folbre and Miss Mildred Diffey, of Cotton,; Plant, the gues of Miss Matilda Wil- I mans. Mrs. R. C. Bobbett and two little daughters, of Oil City, Penn., who have been visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Thixton, on Laurel street, left this morning, accompanied by her sister, Miss Helen Thixton, for Fay etteville, and Springfield, Mo., to visit relatives. Leslie Hogan, son of Mr. and Mrs. George Hogan, formerly of Batesville, but now of Texas, is spending |th/6 day in our city with his uncle, John Erwin. Mr. Hogan is a student at the West Point Military Academy, hav ing been there two years, and will finish in another year. And Johnson, (colored),y a pion eer negro of Newport, died at Brinkley Thursday and was buried here yesterday. In the early days of j Newport Andy Johnson established a dray service here that was contin- I ued until a short time ago, when he was stricken with bad health. W. Rushton returned from Hollis- j ter, Missouri, last evening, where he enjoyed a week’s stay, his family re maining for a longer visit. Mr. Rush ton states that. Hollister is filled to overflowing with vistors, and is a fine place for any one caring to rough t, to spend a vacation. Eagle Barrett, a prominent young druggist of Grubbs, was in Newport yesterday on business, coming over in his car. He was accompanied by his sister, Miss Zora Barrett, of Jonesboro, who is visiting him, and Miss Ollie Young, daughter of Dr. A. II. Nunn, of Cash. O. H. Kaughman, one of the pop ular Arkansas Bank & Trust Com pany’s young men, in the office, will leave this evening for St. Louis, where he will be married Sunday evening to one of that city’s popular young ladies, expecting to return here with his bride Monday morning. Rev. and Mrs. J. W. Gardner and little daughter, Ruth, who have been at Heber Springs since leaving here a month ago, were here this morning, going to Battle Axe to spend several days with his parents. They were accompanied by his two sisters, Miss Jchnnie Gardner and Mrs. Mills Blair, .vho joined them here. C. H. Colthorpe was called to May field, Ky., last night by the critical illness of his little three-year-old daughter, Virginia. Mrs. Colthorpe left one week ago to visit her parents. The message last night did not state what was the matter with the child. Dr. Ivan Lee Holt, dean of the Southern Methodist University, at Dallas, Texas, will arrive Monday ev ening and will be the guest of Rev. W. B. Hays until Tuesday. Dr. Holt has been at Hollister, Mo., where he has been delivering addresses at the assembly being held there, and is en route to Arcadia, Mo., for a series of lectures at the assembly there. James V. Ridley leaves tonight for Andersen, Indiana, where he will take a special course in vulcanizing. He will return home and open a busi ness in that line of work about Au gust first. Mr. Ridley is already a splerfdid mechanic and after this spe cial course, will be more competent than ever, and all his work will be guaranteed. The little six-months-old baby of Mr. and Mrs. M. O. Volentin, of Grubbs, died Thursday night and was luried at Walnut Grove this morning il ten u ciucKj me lunerai ueing con ducted by Rev. W.. B. Hays, of the M. E. Church, of this city. A large num ber of friends from Grubbs accom panied the family here for the fun eral. « Judge John B. McCaleb, of Bates ville, spent last night in Newport, leaving this morning for his home. Judge McCaleb, who is a delegate to the constitutional convention, became ill in Little Rock yesterday, and will spend a few days at home recuperat ing. He was accompanied through here by his son, Sargeant-Major Joe McCaleb, of Camp Beauregard, who will enjoy a furlough at Batesville. Have you reqtd the church notices ? If not “do it now.” G. H. Banks, county farm demon stator, went to Tuckerman today, where a meeting of farmers and bus iness men was held this afternoon. The meeting of farmers and business men was held for the purpose of in terestng "farmers in wheat raising and endeavoring to securue a greater acreage of grain for Jackson county next year. A feature of the meeting was a letter from County Food Ad ministrator Geo. B. Irby, read by Mr. Banks, in which the importance of in creased wheat acreage was explained. , -BUY W. S. S. TWO COUNTIES LIKELY TO BE DIVIDED. Special to Independent Little Rock, July 13.—The special committee has recommended and the convention is likely to adopt the re port, that the county of Logan be divided into the counties of Logan and Evans, the latter in honor of Judge Jeptha H. Evans, for twenty two years circuit judge, and now a member of the convention; and that the county of Clay be divided into the counties of Clay and Woodrow Wilson. -BUY W. S. S. PRIVATE LESSONS. Graham system of shorthand and touch system typewriting taught at home. Call at 828 Malcolm avenue, or phone 253. 66d6t. -BUY W. S. S. STOCK NOTICE. Notice is hereby given that, as marshal of the city of Newport, I have taken up the following livestock, to-wit: One Jersey heifer, crop and split in right, swallow-fork in left ear, 1 year old. One black heifer, crop and split in right, swallow-fork in left, 1 year old. One white and yellow heifer, crop and split in right, swallow-fork in left, dehorned, 2 years old. The owner of said stock is hereby notified to come forward and prove ownership to the undersigned, and that in default thereof, I will on MONDAY, JULY 22, 1918, offer for sale at public auction to the highest bidder for cash, in front of the city hall in the city of Newport, Arkansas, between the hours of 10 o’clock a. m. and 3 o’clock in the af ternoon of said date. G. C. MARTIN, 67dl0 City Marshal. Life Insurance is not a luxury, but A NECESSITY you should insure now I ————■——— ■ ~ ^tmmm——» J| NEW YORK LIFE Geo. M. Sink, Special Agent - Room 10 Ark. Bank & Trust Co. Bldg. MORE WOE. Fort Smith, July 12—The United States marshal’s office here today seized its fourth automobile load of booze in six weeks when J. L. Marra and Fred Rector of Stillwell, Okla., were taken into custody at Fayette ville with 225 quarts of whiskey and 48 bottles of beer. They are charged with unlawful introduction of liquor in a dry territory, and were carried overland n their car by Dave Henry, deputy United States marshal, to Si loam Springs, for a preliminary hear ing. The defendants were enroute from Joplin, Mo., to Oklahoma with the liquor in their car. —-.BUY W. S. S. Subscribe for the Independent. MADALINE THEATRE “The Clever Dummy” A Rip-Roaring Comedy, one that will Make You Laugh Two Reels Keystone_ “Pathe Weekly News” War News and Current Events-always good, (Pathe) “Fare, Please” A Foto Comedy Starring the Famous Comedian. (2 reels Pathe) Special Tonight in honor of France’s Independence Day 4-Minute Talk - - by Ira J. Mack Solo, “Mothers of France,v Mrs. Chas. Bandy & “We’re Going Over the Top,” by eight cute little girls in Costume. | “Marseillaise Hymn,” by the 6-piece orchestn. An Extra Good Show Dont Miss It I ^^an——p——■ mb—,— Admission lOc and 15c __ _ _ ___. ■ ..— ----_ To The Public 1/ have purchased the eat ing place and cold drink stand located on Hazel street next to the First National Bank, and will conduct one of the best places in Newport. I All kinds of sand wiches and cold drinks at all hours. The public is cordiallp asked to give me their patronage. Van Walton A II llll '■ _!