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Of Wortli At a Saving Wc sell watches, jewelry and diamonds to peopled the entire South. Our trade is founded on confidence, becausewc decline to handle unknown or inferior goods. Our watch movements arc made for us by the Elgin Watch Company and are guar anteed by them and by us. In filled cases we handle high grade products of#/, such as the4* Cres cent ** and **Jas. Boss.” We sell you watches that have stood the test of time, and which embody new ideas found only in the movements and cases made to our order. 3uying in wholesale quantities, v/e make savings which our -customers in turn secure. Any watch bought of us will cheerfully be bought back if not found more than satisfactory. We send watches on approval anywhere. Write to day Joroiir lnrire Illustrated ••it ilugiie y < i watches and other Jewelers* gooUa. * GF-O. T. BRODNAX, Inc., Jewelers asu Diamond Importers, - MEMPHIS, TENN. i A (.! M IM Sl'KTRISr. Mrs. Mary Shade iiccmius Mrs. ('lias II. Long Without Notice to Her Friends. The iinst ot in mis of Mrs. Mary Shade in this city and elsewh-ie have heard or will hear with genu ine surprise of' her wedding Iasi Friday night in tlio parlors i f the Jlotel Marion at 9 o’clock to Mr L'has. 15. Long, of Kentuck)-. The telitiou- culmination id their love affair was kept a strict secret antil the last moment when only ;ho nearest relatives and a very few very close friends were notified to go to the parlor. These present were Mrs. Georgia Wintliro|> and Miss Fannie Win* throji, mother and sister respec tively of ilio lovely bride, Mis S 15. Trapp, Jr. Mr. and Mis. J5. I. \ adakin, Mr. K. P. Taylor, and Mr. Whit Wall, the latter acting us muster of ceremonies. The hi ppy couplo entered and were met by l!ev. George K. Han cock, of the Kpiseopal church,who, using the beautiful ceremony of that church and the ring, pro nounced them man and wife, the bride being given-away by Mrs. Pauline Goddard. After the ceremony, those pres* : at saluted the bride, and showered their best and brightest wishes ; d blessings upon the newly-wedded pair. Mr. Long is a handsome young business man, travelling for the Frankfort Kentucky Chair Mann fact tiring Company, and is a gentle man of sterling qualities. The bride-lias ever been a favor to in Forrest City, her sunny .miles from childhood dispelling gloom wherever she met it, and i i inging sunshine into every pres enee. She is one ol nature's child >tn who is loved by all who know her well and intimately. I ho 'Times counts itself one of her fiiends and joins in the good ,t is lies which has been extended to am. They have as yet made no plans it r the Cu in re, us it was a mulch at sight, and while they had known each other scarcely above two months, they only determined upon the wedding at that date just in hours bei Are it occurred. Dc inestic Troubles. It i ■ t >.••■ I'tieanl ti» linri a family win :> tl tr ait i.n ibiiieMic uiptures occasions, '.lilt h.t si* L'itii In* lessened by having in. K i gk New Life Fills aioutid. Much '! ah i- they save by their great work in sn in;;, u uii,| J.'Vi r troubles. They not i tve you, but cure, rJ5r, at ak (ll llg stiil'l*. •*’t. I lanas to lie Represented. Mi .1 F. Camphel', c.t Conway, Ai •* niSas. leprcsen'.ing Hon 11 T rat! Civil, C.mmissior.i r of Auticu 11».i timing and Mamifactui ing of the S’tte ti Ai Kansas, was in town Wednesday t i hung with leading citizens am) lllK’ii'g upon them the importance and neces sitt id (olPctn g specimens of the l'n|hu'. list, Francis county ft r ex hibition ;it the Worid's Fair in Si Loni.v, Him. O. 1! It *11 wage has been ap P'iuted by (Jounty J udg>* T (' F -lhre. as cntumissiouei fui Ibis county tore t-ive awl for ward -nine to the propei authorities at Little Kick and is. H uii . who will in turn see that they iU ' H'Uuinenlly displayed it the grew tail \\i h opens April 550 b. and coi.* tuuie-i until 1) cember 1st. this year l.in v aitic'e will be nr ipeily labelled si,,M i '* name e. exhibitor, etc., and iutpe: ishable ar.icles wi.l bn returned o > "tier in peifect order, :t owner so de but this tact must be noted at time ot sending. S an* peisms who '•1 > haye ci miuendoble and praisc "' lU.y articles will n it send them b - ciuse they think perhaps others wi.l * atliibit allele., ol the same characln t* a b ter quality "'ewant to lm press it upon yotic miod, reader, that it is f.r t necpscarv and neither is it ex ••xr*rTt* >' ! at 'on should surpass evei y otlin t ibitir. To.it is rot tile ofc» j ft. lit* main idea is to .s»nd the brat f ! a hat you have, and simply as a s atri 'p (f -.vi: ran he produced in Sb Francis c ur.ty. liememher, pit as* that tl’/s •,* n. rely to exhibit the pro du i 11: j ■ o mty and send what you ll iV* . A m it is n lnecessary that ell tl ese articles should he sent at once, l’ro duc'> of 1" : me wanted as much as those of last year and articles j may be sent now, or later, as they may ' mature, and continuously until the close cf the fair. It l as b-en suggested that a public; ciliection be taken up to defray the neces&aiy and incidental expenses which will be incut red in getting up a rea \ cnditahV exhibit, and all should rontiituie liberally to a fund of this kin i, wi.cTi c h'ed \ j-.-ar, as the expense will be ins'c; itirant compared to the j ff "1 that wi:l accrue to this county from such an exhibit. In order that i u readeis ri ay have a ft M:,i leu of w hat is wanted for this e<-.ibi* we vv mention a few things: \ u; ... u semi iugood.samplea of any an u . i i-.1 pioiluc*. such as corn, c li i. i iiiicn smcI. sweet and Irish pdaic - t m iloes wheat, oats, grain of :«.i k11 Is, itc An (ffort will he made to s cure a louiid and a square h.iie c: c ill n. (> ‘I samples of green, canned or di ie i ! nils of ;il! kinds ait* wanted. -H d samples of merchantable tim b . mber. ail manufactured articles, e ; t i lery, ai.dall needle work paint* io_s aid at t d. coral ini' school work i! d exhibits, all cmi's lies monstrosi ti - ■ products uf mound builders found i u. muN of this countv stuffed uni mi's, hides and furs of native >v d beastgame, etc. die Consumers Cotton Oil Mill has premised to furnish an exhibit of its p duct beginning with the teed as tiken fr. in the wagon, arid showing its |s-,vtial slagis up to refined oil, seed C .ke and hulls. In fact a good simple of any pro duct of St. Francis county, either above or under the earth will he acceptable. I.et's have a tilst-class exhibit. Slaved From Terrible Death. The family of Mrs. M L. Bobbitt, of IJargerton, Penn., saw Iict dying and wt ie p iwerOss to save her. The most 'Uilllu pinsieians and every remedy used failed, while consumption was slowly luil surely Ink ng her life. In this terrible hour Dr. King's New Discovery for Con sumpbun turned despair into joy. the first bottle brought immediate relief and its continued ii'e completely cured her. it’s the m»st certain cure in the world for ill tiiioa! and umr troubles. Guaranteed bottles 50c and $1.00. Trial bottles free at all drug stores. 1 ire Department Reorganized. In pursuance ( f the call of the Chief. Hr* tiro department met Tuesday night for tlie purpose of reorganization '1 hose present were Chiefs. 1*. Mc Daniel. Robert Myers. J. S shields, H. W l’aslay, James Murty, A. L. Grady. George Kaiser. Hubert Folbre. l Rufus Scott, and James Gilliam, by proxy. Six new members wore elect ed. viz: C. Muller. 11. Gorman, A Id. Ciiiiner. dim Sanders, W. Merwin and K T. Altman. A. L. Grady was elected secretary, and James Murty was elected assistant chiof. 1 lie company will meet at Chief Mc I^dtiiel's shop on the second Tuesday night in February. Accept No Substitute, There is nothing just as goo) for Mala ria. Chills ami Fever as J)r. Mendenhall's Chill ami Fever Cure. Take it as a grn era! toil c and at all times in place of quinine, li it fails to give satisfaction mail the front of the cartoon to .) C. Mendenhall, Evansville, Indiana, and get > our money hack. Often The Kidneys Are Weakened by Over-Work. Unhealthy Kidneys Make Impure Blood. It used to he considered that only urituti v and bladder troubles were to be traced to the kidneys, ^ but now modern )] science proves that y nearly nil diseases have" their beginning in the disorder of these most important orga ns. The kidneys filter and purify the blood— that is their work. A heretore, when your ktuneysare weak or out of order, you can understand how quickly your entire body is affected and how every organ seems to fail to do its duty. It' you are sick or “ feel badly,” begin taking the great kidney remedy, I)r. Kilmer’s Swamp-Root, because as soon as your kidneys are well they will help all the other organs to health. A trial will convince anyone. If you are sick you can make no mis take by first doctoring your kidneys. The mild and the extraordinary effect of Dr. Kilmer's Swamp-Root, the great kidney remedy, is soon realized. It i stands the highest for its wonderful cures 1 of the most distressing cases, and is sold i on ns merits by all | druggists in fifty-cent g ami one-dollar size| | bottles. You may have a sample bottle non>« of Swamp-Koot. bv mail free, also a pamphlet telling you how to find out if you have kidney or i bladder trouble. Mention this paper •when writing to Dr. Kilmer & Co.. King, ham ton, N. V. Don't make any mistake, 1 but remember the name, Swamp-Root, Dr. Kilmer’s Swamp-Root, and the ad ) Jre»s, hingUaiutou, N. V.,ouevery bottle. Thanks. Hie rector and his wife, of the Church of the (i(>od SI * phenl, wish in return their sincere thunks to all their parishioners, and especially to the | ►food ladies who were so Insi rumental in sending' so many nict things for the larder at the rectory, to lregin house- i keeping Such Irountenus generosity is not foundevey wire, and the happy 1 recipients wish each and every donor ■i prosperous and happy year. IiBV. AM> Mus. Hamoi k, Chuichof the tiood shepherd. 1 Strayed. Kionr Forrest Cry, sometime in Oc tober, one (ow and Ca f. Cow about nine years old; branded on right hip i w ith cross in circle, w hite ami yellow striped white forehead. Calf is a heiler one jear (Id. Cow came from the Hatcher farm in the bottom >10.on reward will be paid for their return or information leading to their recovery. Max Lk\ y. Forrest City, Ark. liryunvillc Times. >Fi- J. J. Hryan and Miss Alice IIa?away, came mv ami spent several days \ i**i t intf < »ur charming little v i 1 - Inge of II Hryan. before her depart* nr.1 for her home in Hartman. Arkan ' Mi" Alice’s school closed Friday tin s ii She had so successfully and creditably taught near Haynes, she was the charmiri); and welcome guest oi her aunts. Mrs Walter Hryan and Mr* M 0. Hryan They entertained her so hospi ably and pleasantly that Miss Alice expres-od her regret when the t inic came for her departure. She could hardly realise the time value on her limited stay, as sue had received a n i ti \ i at ion to at tend the wedding of her brother. Mr. Fugene Hartiway to MissOcia Lee Wilsford. of L’aris, Ark •lamlary Its. loot. To Cure a Cold in One Day. Take Laxative Bronio Quinine Tablet?. All druggists refund the money if It f.iiIs to cure. K. W. Grove’s signature is on each box. 25c. IN THE ESTIMATION OE OUn BEST PHYSICIANS IS THE MOST BENEFICIAL ALL DRUGS IN THE TREATMENT OF CONSTIPATION. mao* of Cascara Sagrada and oto^r drugs that arc equally as beneficial tn the treatment of indigestion, biliousness and all stomach and bowel troubles (arising from constipation.) VERY PLEASANT TO TAKE AND DOES NOT GRIPE. 2o and m3c Bottlers, Ask your Druggist. For Sale J. T. Sanders Suffered from Teething until she almost had spasms. We tried OWENS PINK MIXTURE. The result was wonderful. It cured her completely. We have never been without a bottle in the house since. JOHN JOHNSON Mimphis, Tenn. ,00° or^ui utur^About OWENS PINK MIXTURE. IT SAVES BABIES LIVES. 25c. AND 60c. Size. Wrlte postl1 ,0-djy for Ale Dcalcna. Sample Bottle FREE. FLOYD MEDICINE CO., 21 Atwater St., Detroit. Mich. Sold and Guaranteed byJ.T.Saud« rt«, Druggis' Snells are the best ammunition for held and trap shooting. They are uniform, because f FACTORY LOADED 'I hey are used by millions of sportsmen v hu have found by experience that these SHELLS Are superior to all others. The “IFAGUF" (P.laek Towder); “RffflRtf ” (Semi-Smokeless), “MW VICTOR” (Smokeless): “IDLAk” < Smokeless), “PREMIER" Dense Smokeless), “HIGH GIN” (Dense Smokeless) ARE THE BEST Have you ever used Peters Metallic Cartridges? Do you know that they are used by the World’s Champion Rifle Shooters ? ASK YOUR DEALER To The Public: . . . Our Closing* Out Sale is at its height, and will : : : continue : : : SEVERAL DAYS. The People know now that we are doing just what we promised. The rush of buyers has been so great that we were compelled to keep the doors locked a portion of the time, but we will Continue until entire Stock is Closed Out. Everything will be Sacrificed.^ You Cannot Afford to Miss this Grand Opportunity. My Stock is Fresh, New and Up-To-Date, Con sisting of every thing in a First-Class DRY GOODS ESTABLISHMENT. YOURS RESPECTFULLY, J. W. WILLIAMS, FORREST CITY,.ARKANSAS.