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sponsible Rodney MeJoy as he appeared upon tiis return from an exoitimr time and wonderful escape with luslife in an encounter with a mountain lion over in the sand lulls of St. Francis tint toms, in v\ liicli he captured it alive and brmiKht it home as a living witness to his dai intr exploit. Mutiny to loan on Improved planta tions; j and ' years’ time. George 1*. Taylor & Co. Drink Budweiser Beer. l’lant a few acres of rye for winter pasturage. Surely you’ve sown that turnip patch. Winter tmf seed nals and rye for sa'e at E. T. (tray's feed store. Ike Mallory sells the best of Ken tucky \\ hiskies and invites your trade. Mr. lluirli Coffey, of Palestine, was a courteous business visitor to the city Tuesday. KOIl SALE—D. M. Wilson lot-2} acres. Apply to .lames Wolff, at Fus sell, Graham & Co.’s. Squire John W. Hall, of Widener. was in the city Monday on legal busi ness. Miss Eula McDaniel was a gracious aijd charming vDitur to the city jjatur Drink Cedar Lrool; Whiskey ct tlie . ear! Saloon—It’s the best or> tlie market. ' Mrs. .J. R. Stockard went to Goodwin vednesday to spend a few days with her tiusband's parents. Price McDaniel has been hunting Squirrels in tlie bottoms tins week with very good success. Mr. Robert Britton, of Haynes was a courteous and genial business visitoi to the city Sunday. Fou Sai.k—Several milk cows with young calves. Will give milk all win ter. Apply to Dan Wylds. W. E. Hartsill, of lpiwlison. was in the city Saturday and reminded us pleasantly of his visit. Mrs. Fannis Hamilton, of Franks township, visited at,lhe home of Mr and Mrs. J. T. Fondren Sunday. Mr. C. \. Smith, manager of the Graham plantation, near Madison, was among the visitors in the city Tuesday Mrs. Thomas Hrqiia and children, of Poplar Bluff, Mo., are the guests tit Mrs. 0. A. Ahlstedt, of this city. Try some of that Atherton Rye at the Pearl Saloon — It's one of Ken tucky's best products. Miss Delia Brown returned Sunday from a very et jovable visit to the fam ily of Mr. and Mrs. C. F. Hinton, at Wynne. Mesdamps Emily Setnbler and Jennie Harris returned home Wednesday morning after a must pleasant visit to Mis. Ed Hurley, at Madison Hr iff Ferrell, of Memphis. is the handsome and courteous new salesman at the San lets grocery. Make his ac 'juaintance. Ike Mallotv has the tiest and Coolest Heer in Town. Tty It and be con vinced. Mi«s K ite Martin, of Memphis, re turned home Tuesday evening alter a fortnight's Visit to Ur. and Mrs 11.1*. Dooley. Mrs. J)r. Lone and v A.. Jr, wen* to Wynne Tuesday evening to spend a week and will he guests at the home td' Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Williams. Miss Martha Hatcher, who has spent such a delightful summer vacation with her sister in Virginia, is expected home to’morrow, Don't bp selfish, if Von are satislii d that Old V ollmer whiskey is tile best, tell your friends. T. C. Folbre&Co. 3Pll It. Miss Nettie (iovan.rtf Ma'danna ar rived Ttinrsday evening and is with Mr. and Mrs. T. W. Harrow, on the corner of Izud and Dillaid streets. Mr. Tom Futreli, the handsome and lebonair shoe man from Marianna, passed through the city Wednesday night hi route to Little Hock on a busuie.-s trip. A btig! t new sign in front of the store of W . |). I’aslay A* Co. catches the eye of passers by. It reads; • W. D. l’aslay ,V Co., groceries and general merchandise.” Mrs. Duke Hho«Jps. of M.-lddle T*n nessee. was a liandsomH .Visitor to the city tile firSt .of the Week a guest at tlie home of Mr. and> Mm B. ICJ son. •Through the month" of Atiffu t and oppteml'er the Iron Mountain Route w i.l make a one and one ,.fth rate ini .lie roi:n . trip to Memphis on account d the Merchants' Meetings being held , lle l.lulf City. Tickets aie being > > d on tile certiticate plan. For fur r inforillation confer with agent iJurboro w. try mjk<v BABBE7 METAL It is the best. Atkins H<»kxk. Conductor I. Hnsli,. the genial : 1 C;l1 “cuppei” hi tat-en Wynne Mtnl Helena. on the Iron Mountain, is ; buck mi Ins old run after a furlough ot several weeks. I>on t forget Hie meeting nf t]if> cun club next Tuesday night at s o'clock at A kins .v Horne's store. Anangements are to be made for the last shoot of the season ami a barbecue. Let all attend. Susie. Cecil. Minor and Louip Cotv ' Plly. interesting children of Kditor ike Connelly, of .Memphis, are m ths cnests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Walter Gorman. Call for Anheuspr Hush's famnte 11 i’.udweiset when yon ate thirsty t.ol want the best .brew. For sale at all saloons. Fort-st City Ice & i’ower Co., local agents. 1 lie ronnd*ba)e gin presents r.n in vitihc appearance m a new coat of red paint, wit h t he wood work whitewashed ami every tiling cleaned and brightened ready for the fail business. Mr, C. M. Wilkinson, of l’alestine. leading merchant and timbern an of Prairie township, and a prince of good fellows, was a handsome businesj Vis itor to the city Tuesday. Mrs. I). C. Fields (Miss Alma Alley), accompanied by her sweet little daugh ter. arrived it> the city last Saturday from Memphis ami spent a week witii friends and tmmefolks. Old Vollmer Whiskey, put up by .Jpgse Moore Hunt Co., is pure ami whole some. For sale hy T. 0. Folbre & Co., Forrest City, Ark. Mrs. Henry Wilder and the children retmlied Tuesday morning from a very pleasant three weeks'visit to Ten (lessee friends and kinsmen, dividing the time between Memphis, Collierville and Capleville. Mi«ses Emma and Gertrude A bra hamson left Thursday morning to spend1 three or four weeks with friends and relatives at Holly Springs and Oxford. Miss. We wish the young ladies a pleasant visit, Mfs. N. C. Allen and sweet baby daughter, Linda, went to lirinkler ! Wednesday to spend the day with Mr. Allen and numerous friends, which proved a most enjoyable experience for all coticeitied. Drink the best. “ Budweiser's the Best. Von Know The Best. Kept on 'll a ue Ip and in hot tile by every dealer in the city. F. 0. 1. & l". Co., Agents. Miss Katie Uollwagp returned Tups dav morning from an exhilerating and profitable summer trip to Buffalo and Chautauqua. N". V.. and lepnrts an ex tremely pleasant and interesting so journ. The Coca-Cola man was in town Tuesday pushing his business and dis trihiiting little tickets among our thirsty citizens, good fora glass of that invigorating beverage at any of the places where it is dispensed in the city. B C. Prewitt. M. D.. front Osceola. Ark . will arrive in the city next week with the view of locating. The doctoi comes highly recommended, and it is to he hoped will build up a lucrative practice. The finest wagon in the world is tl e James & Graham wagon, for weat tear and durability. J. \V. Beck & Co., have a carload of these wagnt s for sale at factory prices. Call, exam ine and pride them. K d. A. N Couch returned Sunday morning from a tripthrough southeast ern Arkansas and northern 1/iuisiana in the interest of Ouachita college. lie will pteach fhjndav morning at 11 and In the evenittg at 8 o'clock. see Atiirns tv Horne s Ad vertisement for Blue Flame t >il Stoves. Miss Annie FurspII returned Satnr •lay from a three weeks' sojourn at Hot Springs He;* stay in the Vapor Ci'y S' as tilled \vi.Oi many delights ami ♦v-vppiiem-es. nt*r rimthii. Mrs. Jamer I Fussell. is with friends and relatives in •Vr^tpliis for ;; week. A fall crop of oats and clover, care felly harvested and cured, will sim plify matters a great deal for the farm ers whose corn jMeld is short this sea son. I’lant the oats now don’t pro jcrastinate and pay *1 10 per bushel for [ corn next spring, j If the a’rtinn of your bowels is 10 I easy and regular serious cnmplicatioi s must he the real result. DeWltt’s I.itt e Karly Kisers will remove this danger 1 Safe, p'easant and effective. J. 11. Duna Vaut. I, 1’. Smith, the energetic engineer and pump lone man at the Forrest City water work", is taking especial care of a wounded foot, from which lie lies suffered since the lirst. of the week as a result of having stepped unon a l uge nail, which pieiced that member The f’athnlic sein'd! will be opened hv l lie lienedidine sisters of J. neshore : Tuesday. September .‘i. The school w11 > : tie iindd' t he charge of Sister Hilde | gart. assisted by Sister I'hilamme. a lull attendance Is desired on the open j ing day. Do ybn notice the distinct and pleasant flavor possessed by the ‘ O il 1 \’olln>r" whisker? It is the result ot purity'.’ T. C. Folbre & (Jo., Forrest i City, Ark. I. Sir. .1 f)an Grog.in and '.vife arc ex peded ije:cl week on a brief visit to the hi me of lr. and Mrs. John F;1 z- m ni.ons. Mi Grogan now holds a Ini-ra tiVe job with the Illinois Genital IFnl i way cotnpanv. amt has charge ot the train dispatcliei's office at Louisville. Mr. II cha d Winfield returned Wed nesday evening final a three-weeks' i tiip to IJomievjlle. I!"t Springs and , Magazine mountain. The gentleman’s vacation was an enjoyable experience. * He has gained ten pounds in wei:h | ai d has the appeti e of a field hand. I Mr. andMra Mux Voftid. Sam Yn(Tle rnd hihv U»'ht‘C'H went to Marianna Si ndav to v sjt unit rejoice »ith them kim-man in tin* advent of h new babv. The Ynflies made t tie trip overland in a buggy ami report a most enjoyable visit. Ait altf real ion occurred Saturday night at ’lie Magnolia saloon bet ween (»eorge Kirby and James Kotz. during " llicb Kirin bit Kill'/, on the bead with a elub. The belligerents were ai raigneri before Mayor Tipton Monday morning. "Iieii Mr. Kilby was lined $.1 and the tiimmings. Kept on draught and in bottles by all local dealeis. Cool, palatable and re freshing Drink no other than the fa mous 15ml weiser. Forrest City Ice & I’ower (Jo . .Sole Agents. Miss K hel Hughes, of Ilavnes. the nrettv and gracious little daughter id Mr and Mrs..I J. Hughes, ret timed home Tuesday morning after a most delight ful stay at the‘Happy k,ntue,'"somMi of the city as a guest of Miss >-attic Mai Davis. Miss il uglier, was accom panied home by Miss Anna Hole son. Now comes Mr. (Jus Sweet with a likely talk about a visit to liyha'ia which we think is all liction. (ins probably paused coming through liy Italia, but it we should be allowed to surmise, would say that he had spent bis vacation in Memphis and Clitlon, Teun. Eruptions, cuts, burns, scalds and sores of all kinds quickly healed by DeWittN W itch 11 a/.el Salve. Certain cure lor piles. Heware of counterfeits. He sure you get the original—DeWitt’s. J. U. Dunavant. Mr. A. Meyer, the progressive soutli side merchant, lias been employed tlie past week in working over the attract ive sign on the east side of Ins build ing. Meyer is quite an aitistas well as a shrewd trader, and the sign pre sents a tresh and attractive appear ance. Mrs. It. G. Thomas, of Little Itock, w ho accompanied bet sister, Miss Maty Sue Horne, home last week, and who had been such a charming visitor to home tolks and triends here lor several days, returned to the City ut Itoses Tuesday morning. 11 ice Altman will reopen their'res taurant on Sept. 1,and will serve reg ular meals to then old friends and pat rons and the public generally. .Next door to the Rank Masters John, Neal and Willie Sni der, three luiglii and rollicking hoys Horn Jonesboio, arrived in Hie city last Friday to spend a week with iheii a int. Mis. I.. A. Unite. Tim youngsters are full of life and spirits, and their slay in the hospitable Rdfe home w ill b- one of unalloyed happiness and en j •) ment. Woman suffrage gut irDo the new constitution of Alabama ii. a moditied hum Friday, lleieatter n> city can i'-sue any bonds unless alter submitting ilie question to voters. Amid gieat enthusiasm an amendment was added allowing women who pay ta,'es on &5iiU worth of real estate to vote at all bond elcet ions.—Rogers Democrat. Mrs. A. It. Allport. Johnstown, Pa., -ays: “Our little girl almost strangled to death with croup. The doctors said she couldn't live but she wasinstauly relieved hy One Mmute Cough Cure. J. U. Duua vant. Will Reid, of near Widener. a colored farmer on James M.-Cutchen's place, and a ■worthy subscriber to tiiis paper, brought its in a staik ot cotton Satur day which contained 107 well formed dolls. Reid says lie has seven or eight acn s just like it and tInnks lie'll make a bale to the acre. Will is a good far unr and is always scheming about how to make buckle and longue meet. <>. O. Ruck, Heirne, Ark . says: I was troubled with constipation until I bought DeYVilt s liittle Early Risers. Since then 1 ha\e been entirely cured of my old '■'■'“Plaint. 1 recoiiltueiid tlietli. J. 11 Ruiiavtmt. Mrs. J. I). liaugh and firs. Alice Matliews returned Sunday morning ftom a grand tour of the gi'eat lakes and visited many places of interest in the Noth and Fast, including Ri.ffalo and ilie Pan-American Fxpo. Toronto, i an; d i. Niagara Falls, I ioilisville,Citt <• nnati and the Mammoth Cave. The ladies had a profitable and interesting trip. .James White, Rryantsvillp, Ind., says DeWitt’s Witch Ha/el libeled running sores on both legs. He Up.d suffered six S eai s. Doctors tailed to help him. Get DeWitt’s. Accept uo imitations. J. H. Duuavant Mr. ami Mrs. .1, M Zike have leased the beautiful Daughinghnuse residence, on the cornel of Hoaxer mid Cleveland streels, neat the Crowley itidge jnsti tut>', ami will move in to-day. The old Monroe dwelling, on the corner of ]> - vision ami Dillard streets, near i tie new ice plant, being vacated by the/ikes, wi 1 tie occupied shortly by Dr. and Mis. Dtinavant. Mr. C. A. Folbre returned about two v e ks ago from a most pleasant and interesting trip to the North and has since beer, wrestling with a severe at tack of malarial fever. Claude lias been confined to his room tor the pasi 12 days, hut, we are glad to note, is Convalescent at this writing. IDs parents and brothers have given him t very attention n ca’ *s of cough or croup give the ittle one Due Minute Cnitch (.’lire. Then rest easy and have no tear. Tl»B child will be all right in a little white, !t never tai's. I’leasr.nt Intake, alwa\s safe sure and alum. t i:: Umtane„as in i J. Jl Dunavaur. Aven's cowboys had .nit? a lot of expel tence blunging some cows over ti ni the bottom. The cows were the wildest <d the canebrakes, and they were two days in getting them over from Crow creek to town. One of them gored a mule badlv. on winch was oriV of the tillers, arid one of them lay down on the commons and had to l l loaded in a wagon and hauled to the stockyards They were a great attrac tion to the boys—*qital to a circus. B»arj the ‘ /»Tho Kind Yea Have Always Bought GUNS ! GUNS!! GUNS!!! An elegant line just re ceived. Atkixs HoUNK. In writing about a fair and raptiva* iug v«nng Memphian last week we doubt less liecame slightly bewildered hi ruminal in* upon her lnanv rich graces Mild likelv charms ami her mime came out in the public print as Jennie, when it isn't Jennie at all. but it's Janye. patient leader, and her other name is Tarter, and we would like to obseive right here that Miss Janie Carter, of Memphis, who is with the Davises at "Happy Hume,” is one of our city s most fascinating and cultured visitors. Something e"t'a in anv line will al ways attract, and so. too. is it that good whiskey will attract the appetite. I. C Kolbm. & Co. have in stock a brand of \ Annissee. |S years old, ivh-ch they serve over the bar. We 1 only nay, try it | This is the last, week of It. H. Win | held & Co.’g removal sale. This firm I have done a good business, because tin v have made .inch remarkably low prices for the past two months, but they still have a largo number of good bargains left, and the t ine-in which you may take* advantage of these is very short. Why not call to dav and look over their stock of fashionable milliner)‘f i I’. T. Thomas, Sumterville, Ala : “1 was suffering from dyspepsia when I commenced taking Kod<il Dyspepsia Corn. I took several bottles nml run digest any thing.’< Kudol Dyspepsia Cure in the only prepahalion containing all the natural di gestive. fluids, |t gives weak stomachs entire test, restoring their natural condi tion. J. II. Dunavant. I'r. f. II. Merritt was oh led to I)u mas. Ark.. Tuesdav tnoiningnf last week to attend Mis. VV. j, L’roctor, his sister-in-law, of whose dangerous ill ness lie was apprised by wiie. Every ! thing that medical skill and love could suggest was done for the good lady's relief, hut to no avail; she expired Thinsday night. Mrs. M-riitt and the tiabv boy went to Dumas Friday morn ing to attend the lunerai. The doctor returned home Saturday morning, while his wife and baby remained until Wednesday to comfort and condole with stricken friends aud relatives. St. Louis fair. October 7 to 12, one fare for round trip on the Iron Mount* am route. Tickets on sale October i> to ll, with limit to return October H I lie St. Louis fair is renowned the world over, and tins opportunity to visit St J amis at cheap rates should lie availed of. Apply to W. S. Durborow, agent, Forrest City. | ^ Mr. W. A. Weddington, of near Colt, was inUown Monday and savs he lias a nice patch of turnips up. That’s what, a good, turnip patch and a full Crop ot oats and clover will lie the sal vation of the small farmer this vear.i whose corn crop has been cut. short by | the drouth, l’ut in a few acres of rye for winter pasturage and kill your own meat. The drouth has hurt some, hut there’s no cause for seiious alarm in St. Francis county. Don't he satisfied with temporary rebel from indigestion. Kudol Dyspepsia Cure permanently and completely removes this complaint. It relieves permanently be cause it allows the tired stomach perfect rest. Dieting won’t rest the stomach. Nature receives supplies from the food we eat. The sensible way to help the atom sell is to use Kodol Dyspepsia Cure, which digests what you eat and can’t help bul do you good. J. II. Dunavant. i Musical Topics, a musical monthly, the second number of which has 'ust been issued, lies before us. It is pub lished in Little Rock and Frank E l’atnck is the editor. Typographically it is beautiful to look and does a print er's heart good to see such line work J'ke articles are by slime of the first musicians in the land and show careful preparation. We wish Musical Topics all the success it deserves, and that is a great deal. ’v CASTOR IA The Kind You Have Always Bought Wh arp a little late, perhaps, in men tioning the fact, but one of the most gracefully charming and popular lad) visitors to our city dui ing the past two weeks ha* been Miss Agnes Brown, of Brinkley, who is now a guest at the h'me of Mrs. Annie Allen, on South RossCr street. We understand that Miss Brown has become so ftluch at tdied to our town and people that she has decided to become a permanent citj'en. The voting lad$ will be quite an acquisition to the social realm, into which she has already received a cor dial and hearty welcome. The suffering occasioned bv this ex trerne weather may be offset to a con sideratde extent by refreshing drinks scoured at the Magnolia saloon T (J. I Knlbre A Co., th. proprietors, spare I neither ttmnev nor pains to keep their I resort right up to-now. They have all ! modern appliances to give comfort to their patrons, and all tUv cool and re freshing di inks usually found in a re allv first class saloon. The coolest heei j in town- a line of whiskeys that is un* 'surpassed in Aikausas. They invite >your trade. luoriien mi me me mini l ues lay in J September, that being ti e I7ih day j thereof, and a nine months’ term will j tie taught. The faculty is considered to be the strongest evei chosen :y t he tchrail board, and tt is thought ttie term w ill be verv successful. hollow ling is a list of the teachers. C. L. Ma» thin, principal; *5. L. ^jipncer, assist atif; Miss Irene Freer.i:;n. Miss Lady mgiatn. Miss M mne Spencer and Miss Bear I Crippen; Miss I !;se ITewett. teacher uf music. Thw iigna* r* in on ever? t»oir of the genuine Laxatr e Bromo*Quiuine Tablet* th* renieC. that eur-« a (»I1 In 0n» <|ny For Infants and Children. Bears the r gnature of YTt You Should Never Be in Doubt vU 'bJ \ About Your GROCERY Purchases. Fondren & Smith Hiiv» :\ way of making it clear, beyond the shadow of a donht. that you got, the hist the ttestiest and the cheapest by making vout purchases at their 1'upulat Grocery. GIVE THEn A TRIAL ORDER and convince yourself of the evident truth. A foil line of Staple and Fancy Groceries always in stock. f S FONDREN & SMITH, Cor. Washington and Jackson Sts. Telephone '£7. v * v ■»■ Free Delivery. REMOVAL,SALE FOR THE NEXT 60 DAYS \VV are going to close out our entire stock of Summer Goods and Ladies Furnishings at ACTUAL = COST! }N°t because the stock is old, but because we£ ^desire to dispose of this summer’s line of Mil-' omery before removing to our new quarters oiu ^the Corner of Washington and Jackson Sts 5 jn the new Imperial Hotel, which building will? |”e ready toy occupancy by September 1st. : : | THIS IS NORUSH SALE IjTake your time and compare our goods and /prices with those offered you elsewliere. Our stock comprises some of the Latest Shapes in Summer Hats, trimmed stylishly and hand wiimij, ana numerous other .articles of Fash ionable h urnishings lor Ladies, Misses and Children. If BARGAIN PRICES \\ ill move the goods, we will carry noth ing over. We have reduced prices so that the pdorest tnay buy the best and the rich will rejoiVe in securing such rare valups fur so little money. COME AND BE CONVINCED! This sale is biade. in older that we may have no Spring ami Summer Millinery left over to interfere with our large dis play ot I^ilLand Winter Styles. Remember, we remove to our new quarters on the corner of Washington and Jackson Streets, about September Island this sale will be conducted * 1* mu uo unmu FOR SIXTY DAYS ONLY. Let us make you some prices. Ff. H. Winfield & Co. HOtd Marion, Formerly The Belser, v M-RS. PAULINE GODDARD, Prdri. The Only $2 House in the City. Modern Equipment and first class service in ali departments, American md European Plan. •Monthly Kates made to Families and Local Patrons. bpecial attention given to transient trade Large Ham pie Rooms tor the convenience and accommodation of Commercial Travelers. TSTuEPEOlTE 4 0 W. E. DUNCAN, Barber and Hairdresser North Washington St., Forrest City. hot”"coldBATHS First-class Service, pckte attention. Your patronage solicited.