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BLUM 6, GILLILAND, TIERS. PLUMBERS ui STEAMFITTERS. * W. »r» ptrparad to furnish M i! Sjppii*<*. Wrli S ippiiea. Ifot Air f urnar**«. and will furnish bds<>n all • !.»«** of Tin and R>-piir Wuik a id Exsrutn I’nroptir all Guttering an i Spouting C Ultra::!*. ALL WO RK GUAR A N T E E D. We respectfully solicit your business, and will cheerfully furnish estimates. Lcck Box 96. Office and Shop in Long Block. Long Distance Phone 73. No. 210 Washington Street. A Short Price Reaches a Tall Value Every Time You Trade Wi.h J. T. D M NT, Buccewor to V. B. k On. Dealer ii? j-li^-^iass (jroeerie$. Fresh Country Produce Bought and Sold. I tarry a complete line of Canned Meals, Vegeta blot- and Fruits. ;r' ’'r: 1 r 1 J. T. DEMENT, Phone 71. Choose Wisely ... when you buy a SEWING MACHINE. You'll find all sorts and kinds at corresponding prices. But il you want a reputable serviceable Machine, then take *• • WHITE • 27 years experience has enabled us to bring cut a HANDSOME, SYMMETRICAL and VELL-BUILT FRODUCT, combining in its make-up all the good points found on high grade machines and others that are exclusively VHITE -for instance, our TENSION INDI CATOR. a device that shows the tension at a glance, and we have others that appeal to care ful buyers. All Drop Heads have Automatic Lift ar.d beautiful Swell Front, Golden Oak Vockwork. Vibrator *r.; Rotary Shuttle Styles. OUR ELEGANT H. T, CATALOGUES GIVE FULL PARTICULARS, FREE. !; WHITE SEWING MACHINE CO. CLEVELAND, O. For Sale by Pcttus & Buford, Forrest City, Ark. JAS. FCSSEEL, Trcs. and Trcas. A. NICOUD, Vice. Pres. F. M. POLIIAMIES, Ser. 1*. II. BARKER, Cashier. DIRECTORS: Adolphus Busch, A Nicond, Jas. Fussell, J. W. Beck, F. M. Polhamius. The Forrest City Ice & Power Company Are Now Agents for the CUDAHY PRODUCTS llams, Bacon, Dry Salt Meats, Lard, Sausage, Etc. We Sell to Merchants ONLY. Call us up. Telephone No. 170. CLOTHING MADE TO ORDER 1. S. C. WILLIAMS Proprietor of the Forrest City Cleaning and Pressing Club Ladies’ and Gents’ Garments Cleaned, Pressed and Dyed. Special atteniton given to new work. Satisfaction guar anteed. A nice line of pieces to select from, and prices reasonable. Call at •'hop near Presbyterian church, or ring ’Phone iqi. I L. R. GROBMYER PROPRIETOR OP The City Meat Market We»t Side North Washington St. Keeps Fresh Meat* of all kinds and Game in season. Buys and sells Lise Stock, paying the Highest Market Price for Hog, and Cattle. Your trade aud inquiries solicited If You Cannot Find It Elsewhere. Try THE NEWS STAND SOUTH SIDE RAILROAD. TELEPHONE NO. «. Office and School Supplies, Desk Furnishings. Books, Magazines Periodicals, Graphophones. Musical Merchandise. SubscriDUons taken to any publication on earth. WARSHIFS ON STORMY SEA Great V««d» Are Often Carried Away and Lost When Hur ricanes Rage. Vice Admiral Rojestrensky's fleet, in its delay in sailing for its point of attack, bears some resemblance to the Spanish Armada The comparison is strengthened, says the New York World of recent date, by the rej» ri from Amoy that a typhoon had dam »gej the Russian ships and scattered I he smaller of them, for tae-thtrde of, ae Invincible" Armada of 13u shij tvere lost in storms. The t-panish and Russian navie* are not the only ones that have suffered from the natural perils of the -ea in th° night ot November 2t> IT1 -‘-yen British vvarsuips. carrying up svard id 1,1't‘ti men and 470 guns, were ost on the coast of England. In Octo ber. 17*1.1 15 Bri*i«h warships, mo tnt ng 4*2 guns were lost in a hurricane n the West Indies. In March 1**0 three American and COLOR PHOTOCRAPHY TEST Novel Experiment to Be Made Dur ing Eclipse of the Sun Next August. One of the novelties to be attempted at the eclipse of the sun on August 30 next 13 to apply color photography to the observation so that a record can be made of the appearance of the chro mosphere and corona. The plan, says th* Search-Light, is to employ the three *olor process, where screens of different colors are used with three different plates, each screen cutting off light of various colors, so that when positives from the three plates are made and used with light of a color corresponding to the screen the result ing picture has the colors of the orig inal. For the eclipse photographs a cam era with three lenses and three screens will probably be employed, as it 1- necessary that the exposures shall be made simultaneously As the plates are sensitive to the different colors in J. HAMPTON MOORE. As chi* f of the new bureau *t manufactures of the department of com nit re* and lab* r lie will seek to pr* .note American manufactures and develop foreign markets. three German warships were driven ashore at Apia Samoa, and lost with about tali nun. Aside from these instances of the lc> - of several ves els in a paithtilar storm there are innumerable instant es of the destruction of single warships. Mexicans Not Vegetarians. •'Hasty travelers." said l’nited States Consul LeKoy at Durango, "noting tl:> •onimon Mexican diet of frijoh s (beans) and tortillas (corn cakes) set Mexico down as vegetarian The fact is that meat is the most favored ar tiele of diet in Mexico, those who can afford to do so eating it twice a day. while tht poorest (lasses eat it when ever they ( an get it. The meat slaugh tered in Durango last year amounted to nearly (Od.oOd pounds. Even al lowing for tin shipment of one half < f this to other parts of the republic in various cured forms there would re main an averat* daily vonsumptr . each inhabitant of this city of marly one-st venih u a i omul. j different degrees there will be a prop erly adjusted diaphragm or stop for each lens, so that the same time of exposure will suffice for all. The color phenomena of a total eclipse of the sun are considered most beautiful, and great interest attaches to this method of reproducing them. Almost Too Late. Col. McSchwartz was telling the caller how wonderfully the town had grown. "Why, when I moved here with my wife and daughter twenty-sev—— "Papa." interposed Miss McSchwartz. "there's a mosquito on your neck. Let me pinch it off." 'Ouch!" exc laimed the colonel. "As I was saying, when we moved here quite a number of years ago," etc.—Chicago Tribune. No Rule for It. I'anx How many times do you think a man ought to propose? I'anx That dt pends sometimes t:.ce is too often' Detroit Free Press. FIRST AUTO CRASS CUTTER FOR CHICACO PARKS. l';‘ ' •*«« mew* r whi h is prev'-.t; a >■;< . n ih« extensive Midway gia*-> plot-- ‘ ’ Bachelors of a Premium. For an M A. or B A. to tell the :z :her of a girl that if he pays up th* amount of costs already incurred for his education ai d a further sum to meet the expenses of his future career he would consent to be married to imr. can only mean that he is simply a salat le commodity in the market, ar.d that he who becomes the highest bid der will have him to occupy the pc j bition of a son-in-’aw. This is how- ' the things are now happening among the Brailmins.— Ma' :as Hindu. The British Way. !t ha- been said tbM the English are a masterful rate, ano nowhere do they -hi w this more than in ;he deterinina- i tion to carry their own amusements i with them into whatever country they may chance to go. Our colonists in Somh Africa wanted to have some fish ing. and so they started a Transvaal Trout Acclimatization society, and no do.ibt in t!;e near future trout fishing wi., be one of the r< gular amusements 1 of South Afri. a.—Coy; try Life. O. B. PETTLS, President. J. D. BAUOH, Vice-President. Capital Stock* $40,000* i FULLY PAID IN. f BANK -OR FORREST CITY, EUGENE WILLIAMS, Cashier. Solicits Deposits of individuals, firms or corporations. Extends every courtesy and accommodation consistent with Safe Banking Principles. Money to Loan at Reasonable Interest, on Approved Personal or Collateral Secnrity. ESTABLISHED. JAN. 1, 1903. DEPOSITS JANUARY 1st, 1905, 8230,995.01. BOARD OK DIRECTORS: I J. D riAT-on f. I? I FTTC-.J E FRANKLIN. N.B.NELSON, E A. LOI.FE fl ELLIs TL'liLEr, O. P. WALKER. OTTO II. IiOLLWAGB. K. L PETTC3. ’ 1 . A W * J A A A W A A W W A W W A W AAA A ^ ^ . T. C. FOLBRE, Jr., * CO. DEALERS IN PURL YANNISSEE WHISKEY AND OTHER FIRST CLASS LIQUORS Hot and Cold Drinks in Season J. K. HAVENS. CHAS. HAVENS. HAVENS BROS., 'i - ----- ■..■■■ DEALERS !N :■ .. - ■ =- -m Staple and Fancy Groceries, ’ Fruits, Confections, Cigars and Tobacco. LUNCHES PIT IP TO ORDER. TELEPHONE NO. 108. FREE DELIVERY. | Resta.ura.nt for White Persons Only. Remodeled and Newly Furnished. j SHORT ORDERS ONLY. Rush J. 4sh's Old Stand, West Jackson Street. OLD BARBEE. fcatf^The WLiekey that Made Kentucky Famoua E®^®® & (p.o'S^ fc-uisW!e,Kr. At the Green Tree Saloon MALLORY & VACCARO, Props. j E. K. FOGG & CO. —Proprietors of— The Palace Saloon — Dealers in— Kentucky and Tennessee Whiskies Winthrcp Euilding, North Washington St MEMFHIS CLUE AND CLD PRIDE ARE OUR SPECIALTIES. —Also— Mv’wood. J O. Newly, Old Chickasaw, Old Taylor, Ostar W. H. Me Braver, O. F. C„ Oid Crow, and many other bran » Keg and Eottle Beers and Cigars. Give us a share of your patronage.