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JAS. FUSSELL, Pres:dent.
RO--WAGE„Vice President. tiie CHAS.Vl. SANDERS Cas' er. J. T. FONDREN. Ass't Cash.er. BANK -OP jj fully ( :<ii5>;-f-J to do n General I)«nKitifr RnslnP33 and solicits the accounts of Corporation , Irma and Individuals. Capital Stock, t^aid in, $30,000, Surplus $12,000. Will extend to patrons every accommodation con sistent with safe Banking principles. Safety Deposit Vault I Customers. Dealers in Fine Watches, Clocks, j Jewelry, Diamonds ? j and Silverware. ^ \V e rre now located at Duna vant's Drue Store. t _ — jj Repairing of all kinds a Specialty \ li D. HATCHER. J. F. STOUT. HATCHER & STOUT, Proprietors of tho and Dealers in Fine Buggies, Harness, Etc. a-J Stable Jouth Ride of Railroad, near Marion Hotel.‘©a Fine Turnouts on Short Notice. Courteous Attention and Reasonable Rates. ’>'* you hat to hi vo ' vJr i,ive to Eat? However, it matters not so much which, but in either ease it is iinpo: tant, both to your stomach nml iligestivo organs as well as the tat of your purse, tliat during 1903 you buy yi.nr (1 roeerics i lugivoly of YV. T. SANDERS, < ’ary mg as I do, such a I urge and complete lino of ,ioouH->-U»e greatest variety and the freshest m town, it occurs to mo that you should bo my customer. May I hope to have you trv my ^oods and service. Phone ^io. 1. J.W. Beck & Co. Highest Market Price paid for All Country Produce. • lie Bachelor Maids. ML<s Hath Hatcher entertained the bachelor Maids Mond»v night in honor of her guest. Miss Ida Govau. of Hele "i* I he affair was very elaborate and • '1|'1 crPdit to the lair and vivacious jhostess, J lie decorations were all in \ inlet and w hite, the dining tabie being especially attractive. Wide vio'et and white ribbon was draped from the I chandelier to each corner of the table *nd there caught with clus'eis of j vioIet and white sweet peas and asparagus ferns In the center of the | i tab e sat the punch bowl filled with violet punch. The punch S iwl was j brt.ked with white sweet peas aid ferns. 1 lie score cards were very pretty, | containing violets done in water col-i iors. The score was kept by Miss Kibe" Got man and Mrs. barrow. The gentleman s prize—a violet pic ture frame—was won by Mr. Tom Homey. j liie ladies prize—a siiower bcqui t I of violet and white pansies—was won I by Miss Martha Hatcher. Kt ftt shmenis—violet and while cream and Hachelar M .id's cake. Miss Jiuth Hatcher was assisted in ; receiving by Mrs. Hatcher. M-s G > van. Mis Harrow and Miss Home. Those present were Miss () ive G .t iing.lt. Iv Palmer; Miss Louise G ti ling, Sol Ilambleton; Mies Mattie Cummings, Ted Norton; Miss Emma beck, Tom Parham; Miss Martha ; Hatcher, Ed Allen; Miss Mary Mal lory, Torn Heme}; Miss Tolise lioll i wage, Walter Gorman; Miss IVatl Ai - j dersor. Jag. Jz-ud; Miss Far.nie Wii - i throp, Tom I’ettus, Miss Mary Met win, ilarrv Knight. Ladleo and Children Inv ted. | Ail ladies and children who cannot slant! the shocking strain of laxative enups, ! cathartics, etc , are invited to try the ta mous Little Early Ibsen They are dif ' ferent from other pills. I hey do not puns ■ the system. Even a double dies - will not ' gripe, weaken'cr picket many people call j them the easy pill, W.jJ. Howell. Hotis • ion, Tex., says nothin'" beft-Jr ecu he used | for constipation, sick headache, etc. Hob j Moore, Lafayette, Ind., says all others ; gripe and sicken, while DeWittV Ihtt’e r. irly Kisers do tln-ir work well and ease ; SoliJ hy J. T. Sanders. A Hen I’artv, The vottnge.' “smart set" et joyed ! with no small degree of pleasure h , fantastic “hen party” at the home of ; Miss ••'stelle I’ettns. Just M nday even ing. The esteem beauty of these “fair ; littie women” tent very attractively to tire costumes worn, and “I'ade j rewski,” “Faust,” ‘'Count I>e Fombra” j and many others were indeed ravish j ing to look upon. After many hours of high merriment, the charming “young | men” were daintily served with rasp berry cream and cake, when they were j all safely chrfperoned to their respec tive homes by Mrs. Ilenry and Miss Marie I’ettus. Those present were Misses Madeline liollwage, Dainty Gatling. Attye Heck, Mary Gorman, Floy Hancock, Mary Alley. Lv.t Dridgeforth, IJeverley Hor ney, Dora Vadakin, and Miss Wilkes, of Helena. Worst of All Experiences. Can anything be worse tlian to feel that every minute will lie your last? Such was the < xperhence of Mrs. S 11 New son, ltecntur. Ala. ‘-Fi r three years” she writes, ‘ I endured insufferable piin from ndigestion, stomachal::! h r.vel tronlhe. Death seemed inevitable when Ucr’ois and all remedies failed At length i was I induced to iry K eetric Hilti rami Hie rt J stilt was miraculous 1 improved ai once i and no v I m completely recovered.” put j Liver, K dney, .Stomach and IJo.vc! trollb . les h ectric Hitters is Hie only medicine. ! Only r>0y. ltsguaranleedhyJ.il Duna j vant, di negist. Their Silvt'- 1’’cddiii". The v, ritei had the very great p’ens ureand honor to attend lh<* reception given in Helena lust Saturday night bv Rev Charles If. L* cktin el. I> ;>,anl his estimable wife. ceiehr.c iog the twenty tifth anniversary of their m ir ' riage. Owing to the fact that they have so many irieuds here and elsewhere, ! reached by The Times, who will be in I terested :;i this hhppy occasion, we re j p.uduc>* from the Ile'ena Wall tin following detailed and very deseived I account: IS TIIE SOCIAL UMALAI f" The h me of Rev. and Mi s ( ii . : if, | IjOckwood. the ivc’oiv, was It <• scfne | on Saturday evenii g >f mo* , f : most brilliant social I ions * : i :•(•* m ; yt ai s. On this evening Mr and Mm ! >r*k • wood celebrated their Oliver wedding annivessaiv, and see rai iiinuired , friends were invited to accept the h • . pit.dity of HiHir home on the occasion— II iteir wedding occurred on June fib j 1S78, at Faribault, Minn. Throughouttheev. iiing.fr in s until 11 o’clock, the friends of Rev. and Mi l.ockwood thronged the pcCiy. o; ping long enough to off-r sincere can. | gcatulations to ih * '*bnde a. d cn * in ’ 1 upon their attainment of the (|>mi tv: - century mark of happiness, and m w i.-h for them a continued j >y I t mm;, years to come The occasion was indeed i Inpt y one. not only for Mr. and Mr. !/>• < wood, hilt for aU their friends, wl.o were giad indeed of this oppm t uni! \ to formally present their gt* Kings and thus a tle.tgh ■ il evening \> i spent Mr and Mrs 1, ekwted w*i> assisted in th** leceptnc* f ili-e g i*- i jy ]> sh [) W M. Miowo. ot I. .il (Rock. Mis Mary 1! cc. i; v. 1!. \\ KhHmes.nl 1! tlesvdh*. and M: j i .not Mis Greerfi-ld (J miles. lntlu*«*;v ice of a delightful Irappe and refresh mentJ the host and Icstess had the ’■ s;a.«.i»ce ui it number of > ,umj <>'e purlv including Misses At ties and Marie Lockwood. I me Pillow Martha Tappan, Kate hmi] U.h.i enni.- bv'te. Florence Faulkner, Kate and Mary Carvill. I'nrmu me reception hour* there weie rendered several musical m;m* . ,s hX Bessie Tappan ami \nna t aulkner ami llotmrt (Jordon, Ir.llnt were much enjoyed by the tucsis there assembled. M;. anil Mrs. boric wood were the re* i;■ *i■ mts of a cleat many handsome nits 11inn friends lu’e in Helena and elsewhere, testifying to tin* cleat ■'•tet m in which they are held. One of 1 h * handsomest of these was a chest d silver, which was presented by the vestrymen of the church. With the cilt w.is the follow,m; note of con gratulation and good wishes, signed by each member ot the vestiy: ‘•Helena. Ark., June ft h, BKt:t lb v. (lias. II. book wood, lle.ena Arkansas. ‘‘ 1 teal Mr. Lockwood: — 1 lie ve*■ 11 v of St. .loliti’s congratu ■ate run most heartiIy upon tt s tlie I i irter century anniversary of ymn wedding day. and wish you in my more years id happiness and usefulnras. As i 1 e * t i tiion i a I of our love mol esteem .too in acknowledgment of om appre idafinn of tlie uniform courtesy and kindness that has c'.iaraciei i.r d your altitude towaids us during ;i ’ 111 m :im we have been associated with \oii. as well as our in tabledi to von for many years of fa Hilul and h v ng service in blnlfufst. John's, wi'li g loiemlti you tills gift. Out' u (I; w if in s go o il 1,» you, and ,.lu» (.■ \"i,t faitldiil wife, the insp'i itj m ol w I o e loyal c to, It.i tiBlbp I, is been visible in all your w.i k iinp’tyg us.*’ The congratulations and good wishes expressed in the note from the vestry hutrrtbct ttie sentiment of every one in Helena, where for fnuiieeu years Mr. and Mrs. Lockwood and taunlv tiave held a sacred place in the lieaits "1 all tlie people. These good wishes were freely :md enthusiastically ex ri‘*sv1 Saturday everting bv il l who e- j i;, ed ; he gracious ho -pit ality i I the t> ii ish home of St John’s and wid he Itlt from day today and from \e it to y*at in that future which all shad I'1') 1 will hold for the good rector anti his eo<.d wife only j iy and happiness and prosperity. Tax on LSab es, Exhejne hot weather is a great tux upon tlir <i‘C‘ dive power of Imbies; when puny noil feeble they should he given a few doses of While's ('renin Vermifuge, the childrens' tonie. Jt vviil stimulate nnd tacilitate the digestion of ilieir food, so that they soon become strong, health) and active, ado at .1. T. Sanders’. Dance at Marion. O.i Wednesday night Miss Dora .adakin entertained quite a ] nfe numb.T of her friends with a dancii g patty at tire Hotel Marion, complimen tary lo Iter guest, Miss Maty Louise Wilkes, of Helena. Mis. Goddard, and Misses Mary Iztrd and L diie (t or man ate due especial mention lor their cliaperonage and untiling zeal which contributed so very much to the success of the enter tainment. About toil'y of the younger r tea ft sot assembled, and their enjoyment of the pleasure of the evening, to judge by tl.eir happy faces and fnqueirlex pres.dons, was intense and perfectly sati->f ictory, and Dora was profusely complimented upon her ability as a gnci us little hostess. A liugh bowl of Frappe bad a convenient siiualn.ii in the-;i •.cions dining room and was a popular attraction. Those present were:. Misses Madeline Rollwage, Ida Ciovan, Mary Alley. Ruth Hatcher. ”T uy Col ni III. D riiity Hailing, E-del le ttu , Mabel IVtlus, I'.oy Hancock. Mva I’ridgefotth. Louise Wilkes. Nur mi I >ylor, Mary Word, Messis (>t'o Kollwiigtv Tom Gatling, .John Hilling, Wilde t*r"vVin, Turn Kiidge foiih, Heo, Taylor, Hazel Decker. Ed wan! Koleson, Vernon Hancock, Clus. H itnan, D ibert H oman, Nathan NT"i ton, Philip Isaacs, Archer Hatcher, -I'dm Harrow, Mrs. Nichols, Mr. at d Mrs Edward Koleson, Mr. and Mrs. Elmonds, Mss Kite O'Neal, Mr. H 'Mold, Mi . Vadakin. Catarrh Cannot be Cured " ■' i‘ i .i! appi.-ations, am tlu-j cannot it'it* .1 tltc scat of the itiscasi*, t )hIan It is a li nod or cutis',ir;tmii;tI disease, end in I order to cure it jou must take internal reined es. Hall’s C’lttairh Cure is taken internally and acts directly ou the blood J and mucous surfaces. Mali’s Catarrh Curi | is not a quack nedteine. It whs pre scribed by one of the best physicians in this country for .tears, anil is a regular prescription, it is composed of the ties! unties known, combined with the be'i h ood purifiers, acting diircMv on the inn ei , Mir I ares. The p>ri*ct coin!, i , non .1 ae pm inured.i-its - wbat produ 'f 1 -H,' ondd in, rest) i. iii curing Catarrh. Send 'or test itiioti . 11 ce I'. .1. Cheney & Co . Props , 'J', j,,, O' Su’d In diui’L' sts. Pi . 7*,,. Mali’.- Pant! ) Pills art? Mm In st. Affidavit New Lease of Lifo for an Iowa Postmaster. Postmaster R. II. RaDdall, Dunlap, la., •ays: I suffered from indigestion and re* aultir.g evils for years. Finally I tried Kodol. 1 soon knew I had found what 1 had long looked for. 1 am better today than in year3. Kodol gave me a new lease of life. Anyone can have my af £davit to the truth of this statement.” Kodol digests your food. This enables the system to assimilate supplies, strengthen ing every organ and restoring health. Kodol Makes You Strong.. Preps red only by E. C. DeWitt& Oo.,Chtca*i» 7'be* I bottle coat aunt't,-. i limes the c. sue J. 1. SANDKU.-i. A MijrhiN V* ipon in the ni< 1 i l that will drive the •!t fi i the doof> is a snug ,iK it in: .11 a good Havings hank. Don’t delay thin important duty to your family, or you will regret it when Fortune frowns. Lay by a small amount of your weekly earnings in THE BANK OF FORREST CITY and you will thank us for tl e suggestion. OLD BARBEE. I * I'll** Whiskey that Made Kentucky Fuuiouh. - * ,V eta O'" nr At the Green Tree Saioon IKE MALLORY, Prop. r OTTO SEYI’HKL, President. J\ G. PARTON. Mang'r nml T rests. L. X*. BERRY, Vice-President. U. W. I ISLIEU, Secretary. F. G. Barton Cotton Co. COTTON FACTORS, 316 Front Street, : MEMPHIS, TENN. Liberal Advances Made on Al! Oansigiimor.ts. ■ winynix^Mwst, n—M iirnr mr WortSi Your V* ('nil to yee uy, 'J'clfjtlioiy <)9I, Or write for Catalogue. Buggies ) Surreys 1 Phaetons Carts Harness J Wagons, i We arc Owners, Not Agents. Crump & Rehkopf, Purchasers of the Wood s-Ch Sckasa w Manufacturing Company Stock Under the 5 Jammer. CO 02 Second Street, Tennessee, For the Summer Season Brandon & Bauorh Are -liowiiig llu: prettiest line of Ladies’ Dress Goal’ ptf** ** - Ever seen in this City— Cal! Eariy and Get First Choice. Men’s Clothing, Hats ant: Shoes. General Mirclianlise. 1.. K. (iROJLVIi’ER, ’!• or tiio CITY MEAT MARKET U i’St Still1 .V o l tit tVff •*-I ill r' f 1 it t. Keeps Fresh Meat' e; r.i! kinds «m! Game m season p.>.\ Sr.»l *» >*n Idre Stork, paying the highest Market Price i,.r ling* and Cattle. Your trade ami inquiries solicited.