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Suffered from Teething until she alanst had spasms. We tried OWENS PINK
MIXTURE. The result was wonderful, it cured her completely. We have never
teen without a bottle In the house since. JOHN JOHNSON Memphis, Tenn.
32KB EXr.wJK5 OWENS PINK MIXTURE.
IT SAVES BABIES LIVES.
25c. and 60c. SiZK. . ,, Write postal to-day for
All Dcalcab. * ’ Sample Bottle FREE.
FLOYD MEOICINE CO.. 21 Atwater St.. Detroit. Mich.
Sold and Guaranteed byJ.T.Sanders, Druggist.
MOTT'S
PENNYROYAL PILLS
They overcome Weak
ness, irregularity and
omissions, increase vis?
" or Enu banish nuins
of menstruation." They are “LIFE SAYEltS” to girls at
womanhood, aiding development of organs and body. No
known remedy for women equals them. Cannot do harm—life
becomes a pleasure. $LOO PER BOX BY MAIL. Sold
by druggists. DU. MOTT’S CHEMICAL CO., Cleveland, Ohio
For Sale by Shields \ Ilnmbleton, Forrest City. Ark.
W. T. SANDERS,
DEALER IN
*
Dry Goods, Groceries,
and General Merchandise,
Starts the New Year with fresh goods
and new resolves to give you
MORE GOODS f BETTER GOODS
For less MONEY than ever before.
I want your trade. Give me a call.
Phone 34. Free Delivery.
directors:
A not.puts BrscH,
A- Xicoi’o,
*1 AS. Fl’SHELI,,
J. W. BUCK.
K. M. Poi.HAMU’8.
Tur rnnnrPT pitv ipc d oniinro
-—COMPANY
MIL I UIIIILUI Ulll IUL UL I UVVLII
Are now agents for the
CUDAHY PRODUCTS,
Hams, Bacon, Dry Salt Meats, Lard,
Sausage, Etc.
Jah. Fcsski.i., 1’res. and Treas.
A. Nicorn. Vice- Hies.
F M. Piii.hamu's, Sec.
W. 1’. UoiiMAN, Cashier,
V
V
we sen to Merchants ONLY. [Call us up. Telephone No. 170.
VictorShoes5
for
Men.
NO CUT OFF VAMPS
IN
^OUJtTNEvo
•^<^0 SNCr
1
Victor Shoes
for
Women.
No Cut Off Yamps in
Courtney Shoe Co's Shoes.
ALSO
Val Duttenhoffer
Shoes 1 Slippers for Ladies,
Every Pair Guar
anteed no Cut
Off Vamps.
Yws French Periodical Brops
Strictly veo-*»taKi»__, _.._rtccioch
Perfectly harmless, sure to accomplish DESIRED
illTin ^reatest known female remetly. Price, Jl.50 per bottle.
S"*! The «ennlne Is l*ut up on!r in pasted. >ard Oif
remetly. Price, $1.50 per 1
,Q, r,-- njnWw^fh0fnC^>nn,<'rfei” 'n'1 imi’ati-"!?.._» .
w Wi JijfiiMur* uu »lJ« of i hu !>,»! t!e. thus: -d+S
w "Il-UAits MFU.CO.Sol* Ab-euts. ClevclauJ. Ohio.
^U1 -^ale by Shields & Ilarabieton, Forrest City,1 Ark.
Faster
Kaster was a high tlay in the Episcopal
church in Forrest City. It has been the
purpose of the rector anil congregation to
complete all the improvements by Faster,
but some few unfinished parts were still
in evidenoe. However, they did not fail
to celebrate the occasion in a befitting
manner. The church channel was elabor
ately decorated with beautiful flowers of
every kind. Not only the congregation
brought their choicest plants, but several
kind friends sent theirs. All these were
placed iu such au artistic way that the
altar and chancel looked like “the Lord’s
flower garden.”
The services of the day began with a
special service for the children at half
past nine o'clock. At the close of this
servee they brought forward their mite
boxes which were opened and found to
contain $lfl.OO, the missionary offering of
the children during the season of Leut.
By eleven o’clock the nave of the
church was filled, with worshipers. The
choir had prepared a most exquisite pro
gram of music. Many expressed them
selves as highly delighted with the entire
service.
In the afternoon at three o’clock the
rector baptised four persons, (wo adults
and two Infants. The beautiful little
daughter, Ada Louise, of Mr. and Mrs*
.John Alderson wns first “received into
the congregation of Christ’s flock.”
.Judge John S. K. Cowan and wife were
next baptised, and then their beautiful
child ltebecca.
The church took on lenewed beauty in
tfie evening under the electric ligtits. The
same program of music was rendered by
the choir. Evening prayer and sermon
by the rector were well attended.
The day was a most happy and delight
ful one, and tlie worsliipers, no doubt,
felt that the resurrection of Christ did
bring light and gladness into the world.
The sermons by the rector were on the
subject of the resurrectiou and were able
and profound.
Cures Coughs and Colds.
Mrs. C. Peterson, ti‘i5 Lake street. To
peka, Kas., says: ‘ Of all cough remedies
Ballard's Horehound Syrup is my favorite.
It lias done and will do all that is claimed
for it—to speedily cure all coughs and
colds—and it is so sweet and pleasant to
the taste.” ‘25c, 50c, $t bottle. Sold by
J. T. Sanders.
The City Election.
The city election was very quiet in
deed, and there was very little interest
manifested, as there were no contend
ing candidates.
It had been rumored on the street
that Dr. E. A. Long would be an inde
pendent candidate for mayor, but noth
ing of the kind was developed, and the
following is the otllcial vote as cast in
the city election on Tuesday, April 5th.
1904 i
For Mayor—Walter Gormam. 137
E. A. Long. 1
For Marshal—W. W. Rainbolt.137
John Womack. 2
For Recorder—G so W. Pearson —137
For Treasurer—B. !•'. McCrary.13ii
For Aldermen—J. D. Baugh.139
J. E Stone.139
James Fussell.13d
J . M. Nichols.138
Max Yoflie.137
Max Levy.’. 1
The Best Family Salve
DeWitt's Witch llazel gives instant re
lief from burns, cures cuts, bruises, sores,
eczema, tetter and all abrasions of the
skin. In buying Witch Ha/.el Salve It is
only necessary to see that you get the
genuine DeWitt’s and a cure is certain.
There are many cheap counterfeits on the
market, all of which are worthless, and
quite a few are daugerous, while DeWitt’s
Witch lla/.el Salve is perfectly harmless
and cures. Sold by J . T. Sanders.
The Hattie Hc^un.
We are here for your health. Have
opened an (dice right in your midst,
and for the next thirty days we shall
tight that loathsome disease,
CATAKKII IN EVfeliV KOIIM,
Deafness, Hay lVver, Catarih of the
Nose. Throat and Lungs, Indigestion,
Constipation,
CATAKKII OF STOMACH,
guaranteeing all sufferers a permanent
cure. Our treatment is based on the
latest scientitlc methods used in the
largest hospitals In the Last, giving
you the advantage of consultation right
at home. Don’t miss this chance. If
you don’t know your disease, let us
make the diagnosis free.
We also otter a positive and perma
nent cure for
PILES. WITHOUT THE KNIFE.
Xo matter how severe, or how long
standing, you get a painless cure.
Remember, you are welcome to our
private rooms at the Imperial Hotel,
in your city. Our advice and examina
tion is given you. You are not out one
cen'. unless treated and cured. Our
j best reference are those whom we have
Heated. Watch this space next week.
Very truly yours for health.
F. t’ALnoox Smith, B. S. M. D.
HEALTH IS YOUTH.
Disease and Sickness Brins Old
Age.
Herbine, taken every morning before
breaking, will keep you in robust health,
tit you to ward off disease. It cures con
stipation, biliousness, dyspepsia, fever,
skin, liver and kidney complaints. It
purities the blond and clears the complex
ion. Mrs I). W. Smith, Whitney, Texas,
writes April 8. 1902: “I have used Her
oine. and lind it the best medicine for
constipation and liver troubles. It does
all you c airn for It. I can highly recom
mend it.” 50 cents a bottle, bold bj J.
I T. Sanders.
I lie Progress of Forrest City.
Tlie average citizen of Forrest City i
wlio is too busy to preanibulate the
public thoroughfares generally would
he very much surprised if he or she
should take a drive around town and
>ee the many evidences of improve
ment and progress which tills good old
town is presenting to the enquiring
tnind New houses are going up. old
houses are being painted and additions
nie being made, new fences are in evi
dence here and there, and new roofs on
old buildings are frequently in view.
Hie several manufacturing concerns
are keeping pace with the demand,
and running on full time, and new en
terprises are sprouting up and becom
ing full grown almost before one
realizes that they have taken root.
Among this latter class is the Forrest 1
City Lumber Company, it has been
but a few weeks ago that a rumor!
gained circulation that Mr. U. J. Wil
liams, Jr., would establish and become
manager of a first-class lumber yard in
tins city. The news was not sensaiion
“ Ht a1'- though from all information
obtainable, we were led to believe that
there was to be ‘•something doin’.’*
" e liuntetl up the manager and he
gave us such information as we asked
tor, in a very modest way, and didn't
seem inclined to brag on their plans.
This we gave to the public, and sup
posed we had done justice to our sub
ject, but in this we find we are tnis
taken.
>vinie taking a stroll around town a
few days ago, we happened in the
neighborhood of the Iron Mountain
depot, near which this new enterprise
has been established, and we were
simply astonished at the tine showing
they are making.
They have moved the Duncan house
to the corner of the lot. built an addi
tion to it, and painted it red. This is
their office. They have fenced in the
entire block, and painted the fence
rpd, and had it handsomely lettered.
Then they have built a tine shed for
the protection of their Oner grades of
lumber, and altogether they have a
good lumber yard in every sense of the
word. They are daily receiving car
load shipments of various kinds of
lumber, sash, doors, blinds and mould
ings, and are already enjoying a very
liberal and satisfactory patronage.
Mr. Williams informs us that they are
prepared to handle all orders, great
or small on short notice, and the larger
the order the better they like ’em.
We are glad to see such enterprises
and hope others will follow.
Mr. Wallace, of Memphis, is the ar
tist who did the lettering.
Ballard's Horehound Syrup,
Immediately relieves hoarse, croupy
cough, oppressed, rattling, rasping and
difficult breathing. Henry (J. Stearns,
druggist, Shuilsburg, Wig., writes, May
•JO, 1901: “I have been selling Italian!’s
Horehound Syrup for two years and have
never had a preparation that lias given
better satisfaction. 1 notice that when I
sell a hnttle they come back fot more. 1
can honestly recommend it.” 35c, 50c,
SI. Sold by J. T. Sanders.
A TRIE BOWEL
CLEANSER.
^ Remedy That Purifies the Bowels
Mildly, Strengthens the Bowel
Channels and Promotes
Regularity.
A Qeneral System Tonic.
Hy no means the least of the valuable
properties of Prickly Ash Bitters is its
admirable effect iq the bowels. Any
active cathartic will empty the bowels,
but it takes more than a mere cathartic
to cure them. What is needed is a tonic,
a restorative; one that will strengthen
the bowel channels and prevent the re
turn of constipated conditions. Prickly
Ash Bitters contains these desirable
qualities to a remarkable degree. It is
a mild laxative that moves the bowels
comfortably, the drastic bowel drenching
and paralizing effect of strong cathartics
being noticeably absent. It not only
empties the bowels comfortably, but it
regulates the bile—the liquid which
moistens the inner lining of the bowels
and makes it possible for the waste
products of the body to pass through,
and finally, it relieves those conditions
produced by imperfect digestion which
fills the stomach and bowels with gas
and fermenting matter. Prickly Ash
Bitters is in short a handy household
medicine and should be kept in every
home. There are constantly occuring
in every family little ailments which are
easily checked if given attention but
which prove serious if neglected and it
is in correcting these troubles that
Prickly Ash Bitters has established its
claim to be a “family medicine.” It
relieves women of sick headache, sour
stomach, dizziness and promotes regu
larity in the monthly periods. Children
with worms, those who are sickly, rest
less and irritable, who eat too much
candy or sweet stuff, who complain of
colic or disturbance in the bowels, will
immediately improve and grow strong,
rosy and cheerful under its cleansing
and invigorating influence.
Accept no substitute. Insist on having
the genuine Prickly Ash Bitters with the
large figure 3 in red on the front label.
Sold by All Dealers, Price $1.00 per bottle.
J. H. Dunavant, Special Agent.
IN THE ESTIMATION OF OUR BEST
PHYSICIANS IS THE MOST BENEFICIAL-OP
7/ »ll in int mEAiMcni OF CONSTIPATION.
Lyons Laxative Syrup
I* “*4* of Cascara Sagrada and other drtjgy that are eauallv ar beneficial
I> made of Cascara Sagrada and ofher drug? that are equally xr beneficial
in the treatment of indigestion, biliousnc-s and all stomach and
bowel troubles (arising from constipation.)
VERY PLEASANT TO TAKE AND DOES NOT QRIPE,
25 and 50c Bottles. , A>k > ur Prujf"i-,t.
For Sale by J. T. Sanders.
FONDREN & SniTH,
_ -----THE--a
Leading Grocerymen
aie still doing business at their new
stand, and carry the biggest stock of
FRESH GROCERIES
of all kinds in town. Give us a call.
Telephone 17. Free Delivery
5T0P HERE.
Of all the drinks that suits
one best
The Magnolia Saloon
serves them. You may think
this strange, but I have tried
them all, and I’m telling you
the truth, they beat them all.
AND
X>«.. MOTT’S
IfBRVBMNB rililiS
inc great remedy for nervous prostration and all diseases of the generative
organs of either sex, such as Nervous Prostration, Failing or Lost Manhood,
I9aJBf>y?ncy- ^P^tly Emissions, Youthful Errors, Mental Worry, excessive use
of lobacco or Opium, which lead to Consumption and inqnmt* with oron
Irlrn IIXNfi Ea oruer we truarantee to cure or refund tho inonev. Sold at $1.00 per bo*.
Hrltn UOIRDi 6 boxes for $5.00. Dlt. notT’S AL CO., ClerVluid, Obi«.
For Sale by Shields dt Hambleton, Forrest Citj*, Ark.
mum soi,
Proprietors of the Mew
Meat Market,
—And Dealers In—
Beef, Pork # Mutton.
Game and Fish in Season.
Give ns Trial a Order. Satisfaction Guaranteed.
W. J. DILLON & SON,
SORTH WISHING™ STREET, * FORREST CITY, ARUHStS.
WARNING ORDER.
HOARD OF DIRECTORS ST. FRANCIS ,
LEVEE DISTRICT, f
vs.
DELINQUENT LANDS. )
Notice.
The following named persons and corporation*, and all otliers having or
claiming an interests in any of the following lands, aie hereby notitied that
.suit is pending in the Chancery Court of St. Francis County, Aikansas. to en
force the collection of certain levee taxes on the subjoined list of lands, each
supposed owner’s lands being set opposite his or tier or its naui“, respectively
together with the amounts severally due from each, towit:
OWNER’S NAME.
l’AKTs or i>K( TIONh.
r.
Township 4 North, Range d E ist.
A. M. Orr.I S w i Se i.
Callie Hoy. Sw I ..._
L. A. Fitzpatrick...! Liet B Xe i....
Township 1 North, Ringer, Erst.
Indiana & Ark. Lum & Mfg Co.| Sw I Xw I.
L A. Fitzpatrick.| ^ 1.
L. A. Fitzpatrick. W * .
Township « North, R mg" 4 East.
John Graham... INwJNei
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Township n North. Range d Ea-t.
F. D. Rolfe.S i Se R .
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TRAM ROAD'.
H. S. Burnham, a miles tram road (wood) at $d0o Oo per mile. $!770 *.'l' O0
TOWN LOTS—Town of Madison.
G. II. Van Etfen.Lot 11. Block n 2d do
S. E. Bradshaw.Ill Lots : o ;s
S.ial persons and corporations, and all others interested in said land-, ai«
hereby notified that they are required by 1 ov to appear and make defense to
said auitB or the same w ill be taken for confessed, and judgment final will he
entered directing ihe sale of said lands tor the purpose of collecting said de
linquent levee taxes, together with the payment of interest, penalty and coat
allowed by law.
, —■— . Cr. B. MALLOIiV. CUik of said Point.
■ SKAL. - By u. W. FA\NE, D C.
' —■ ’ April 4 I . 1904.
All kinds of Ease Ball Sup
plies at the Newsstand. . . .

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