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FONDREN, SMITH & CO.
oealers in GROCERIES Principally, and Nice Line of ‘Dry Goods, Dress Goods, Etc. HIGHEST Market Price Mr Paid for COUNTRY .• Produce. If Are still leading the van in Fair Prices and Splendid Goods .Satisfied Customers is a Splendid Asset. Walk-Over SHOES ARE the: best We Want Your Next Order PHONE 17. Fifty Years the Standard •DR BAKING POWDER A Cream of Tartar Powder Made From Crapes No Aium -U--I__ _II —mmmmmmm■■— Old Cutter Rye hits the spot. W. T. Sanders sells everything. Ask your grocer for White Crest. Charcoal for sale by S L Hodges. Go to N. R. Nelson A Co., for Old Cutter. The Times job printing gives satis faction . Everything in hardware at Tom Barrow's. Auheuser Beer is on tap at the Magnolia. Freshest groceries, at lowest price. Turn Barrow. Best cook stoves can tie found at Tom Barrow's. ’ Mrs. R Dickerson, is visiting rela tives in Alabama. Try one of those Gin Fizzes at T. C. Folbre. Jr. A Co.'s. Mr. W. H. Pharr, of Marianna, was in town last Friday. Miss Mary Alley spent several days in Wvnne last week. I Main sewing done by Mi>s Kirby, 20-5 South Front street. Mrs. Monti Dickerson is spending a few weeks in Louisville. Try a buttle of Old Cutter. Its al right. N. B. Nelson A C<>. Mr. M. Isaacs and Master Phillip left for St. Louis Monday night. Mr. J. S. Pence, of lleth, was a busi ness visitor in town Friday. I teat Roof paint, with live years guarantee, at Tom Barrow’s. Mr. John Gazzola. of Brinkley spent Sunday with friends in t iwn. Miss Frances Winfield left for her semi-annual trip to Louisville on Fri day. | Charcoal for sale by 8. L. Hodges. Mr -I C Bonner, of (Quigley, was in town on business last Fiiday. Mrs. Hattie Cot>l». of Texarkana, is the guest of Mrs VV. H. Alley. A ! kinds of swell drinks at the Mag nolia bar. Courteous attention. Mr. E. L. Koonce, of Wynne, was in the city on business last Friday. Mr. W. M. Hale, of Marianna was a guest at the Marion Iasi Friday. Parties desiring furnished rooms or board, apply to Mrs. A. C. Crews. Come and examine my china. I am offering bargains. Tom Barrow. Mr. B. Jacks, of Marianna was reg istered at the Marion last Friday. Mrs. \\ m. Aldridge has been visiting her sister, Mrs. Neel, at Pine Tree. I>et us s-II you your graphophone supplies, Landvoigt & Vadakin. Mr. and Mrs. Edwards, of Marianna, were registered at the Marion Monday. A new Kimball 7 octave Piano for sale cheap. Apply to Mrs. Alice Casteel. Professor and Mrs. Nad, also .Mi Whitten are hoarding with Mr>. ,1. W. Beck. Miss Alice Simmons will teach a class in German at the public school building each afternoon from ,'i.lo to 4 o’clock. All persons desiring to take may see Miss Simmons at the building. PBESCRIPTIOnSTS are filled with absolute accuracy at -DUNHVHNTS And they have everything usually sold in an up-to-date Drug Store, and at right prices. Their Innovation Soda Fountain is said to be the finest Soda Fountain in Eastern Arkansas. 14 This i- not an Advertisement. Chare, al f. : sal- hv s. I, H d,re* 1rv a barrel of White Crest rt >ur, an.1 if i ot satisfactory, v >ur money lefunded. Mi- K. Hr i iford and infant son, of Clltie Kook, ale the truest* <d Ml*. > H. Conrad. Mr*. Wes*, of \Vh> atl-v, was a Coal rrri iT truest at the Marion last >»t l day 'pel --nan C \\ K <* \ ,9. j. •_> W!;,j . .in i Appleton's First Headers at the N' WS't Old. >ee us before v u t ,y \ ur fall "lit. Om 'took I* i .mplete.—KranC'i , Hauarh \ C( * aptajn .1 I’. Mulhina'd I ;o heel, in i..w i Hus week, on business in the Circuit Court. II ' i I a11 \ M \\ ids. f Auirustn, w t* in t o n sever i (lavs this week < u leiral Business. Mrs. Kufus Kii v' FiB’lii _rl . of An (rusta, arrived today to visit home folk' for a tew da\* Mis. (tus >weet w the truest ..f her aunt. Mr* Fintiia M sect, for several days this week. 11'** City Electric Company have re •reived their tine new yngine, and it is being installed. Rev. Mr. Geo. H. Hancock. A. M , has been quite ill for several days with a billmu.s attack. Attorney Ben Harris, of Harrisburg, was in the city Monday on business in the Circuit Court. A cool, tefreshing drink—the An heu-cr keg beer—on tap at T. C Eolbre, Jr , & Co. M'ss UeVeiling Rollwage will leave on Wednesday for Nashville, to re-enter Ward s Seminary. Whiskey is whiskey, but Old J H. Cutter is ttie best whiskey on earth. N. B. Nelson & Co. I,arlies' and Misses' Jackets. All the late stvles and colors can be found at Brandon, Baugh & Co. Owing to tiie illness of the rector, there will be no services at the Episco pal church on Sunday. Our Clothing stock is complete. We can tit you, and also suit you in price. — Biandon. Baugh A Co Mr. Max Levy, of Earle, Ark., was in the city the first ot the week on busi ness in the Circuit Court. Mr. .1 L. Yates, candidate for State Treasurer, was shaking hands with the sovereigns at the barbecue last week, and was being chaperoned by l)r. E A. Long. < hale tl t i sale by S I,. Hodges. Mi A 11 l'orter. of Fulwocd. was in liio oily yesterday, and lias our 11 auks for cash renewal of subscription. It \oii can't tind it elsewhere, call up W. T Sanders. Phone ;ti You will save tune, however, b\ eaiiig him tirst. Tile i ieii nutty tlavor of Anheuser keg heei makes it tlie most popular < drink of the day. '1'. t’. Folbre, dr & Co Jesse Moore Whiskies are absolutely pure, and none are superior for family use. See T. C. Folbre, Jr. A Co., sole agents. Mr F R Norton, of Vernon, Ala bama, came in Sunday on business and to visit ins relatives and numerous friends. Hon. T. E Hare, of Vanndale, was in lie city Monday on business in the Circuit (Joint, and mingling with friends. Mrs. W. (i. Ford, of Marianna, will> arrive in the city tins evening for a I visit in the home of Mrs. (leo. P | Taylor. The sickly season is coming on. Drink Anheusei beer, sold by T. (’. I Folbre, Jr. & Co , and avoid a spell of sickness. Hon. T. O Fitzpatrick, of Johnson township, was mingling with his nu merous friends in town Monday on i business. Miss Lucy Sanders went to L’ttle Rock on Monday for a brief visit to relatives. Thence she will go to Arka ! delphia, where she will enter Ouachita | Clii lege. Biggest and Best Line of Fishing Tackle ever brought to Forrest City. Genuine Split Bamboo Rods from 50c to $1.00. Call and see. J. S. SHIELDS & CO., Tbe Prescription Druggists. R3LLVCHCE BLOCK. h-- - Of all Beers the liest Beer is the An heuser keg Beer sold hy T. C. Folbre, Jr. A: Co. Just received, a new line of Fasci nators and Shawls—Brandon, Tiawgh | Ac Co. Miss Mattie Montgomery, of Wynne, 'is the guest ot Iter sister, Mrs. .1. B. Terry. Otto Rol!wage, Jr., who is suffering from a malarial attack, is improving slow ly. Mr. George H image, of Quigley, was a handsome business visitor in town Tuesday. Its just like rich cream, i> the Ait heuser kwg beer, sold by T. C. Folbre, J r. Ac Co Highest - Market - Price - Paid - for Cotton and Country Produce. Goods Sold at Lowest Market Values Consistent with -f 0 U A L 1 T -f ESTABLISHED 1905. OLD FKCES.X- ■* + *• #NEW FIRM, SUCCESSORS TO FUSSELL) GRAHAM & CO SCROLL WAGE & ALDERSON. TELEPHONE No. 41. Dry Goods, Dress Goods, Shoes, Clothing, Ladies', Men’s and Children’s Fur nishings, Groceries. Hard ware. Tinware, Furniture, Harness, Saddles. Buggies. Farming Implements and GENERAL MERCHANDISE. We do .a General Furnishing Business, and solid your custom, whether you buy for BaVS6L£( (DIB ©IBIffilD. RFo Mr. W. H. Hampton and mother, of Marianna, were in the city Saturday, and she went to Brinkley. Old Cutter is a pure ltye Whiskey, and is unexcelled for medicinal pui poses. N. B. Nelson & Co. Mrs. E J. Terry is in Brinkley, at tending at the bedside of tier little grandchild who is quite ill. Professor arid Mrs Nall are guests m the family of l)i P'Poole until they can secure a boarding place. Mrs. M. Goldbetg and son, Mozart, of Wheatley, were in the city Monday, accompanied by Mr. I. Slager. Buy your hose from Brandon. Baugh Co., because the\ have the celebrated Topsy brand, the best on earth. A barrel of White Crest Hour will make more biscuits and whiter biscuits than any Hour in town. Try it. The t>ui Bono Club met with MBs Nannie Taylor, on Thursday. The meeting being a business affair. Mr. Ernest Terry has accepted a sit uation with .J. H. Liunavant & Co., vice li. F. P. Gorman, resigned. Messrs. .1. H. Stevenson, E S. Jones and W. M. Lewis, of Little Kock, were present at the ‘’doiiis” last week. Mrs. Frank Smith, of Marlon is a welcome visitor in the city, the guest of her mother, Mrs. S. F. Sutton. Your patronage is solicited and ap preciated at the Magnolia Saloon. T. C. Folbre. Jr., & Co. proprietors. If you want tirst-class gut st i ings fur your violin, get them at the Newsstand 2>e each. Also the cheaper grades. We have lots of good whiskies, but Old .J. H. Cutter can’t tie beat fur puri ty and flavor. N. B. Nelson X Co. Mr. J. .1. Barron returned Friday j evening fn>ui H it Springs, where lie hud been quite id for several weeks. Mrs. E. J. Badinelli. of Wynne, at ' tended the barbecue on Thursday and was the guest of Mrs. A. .1. Vaccat Perfection Clothing is ttie lest, be cause it is of the latest styles and the price is right.—Brandon. Baugh X C >. Old Vannissee is our leader, but w> have many other brands of good whis key. Try us. T. C. Folbre, Jr. X C >. Mr. Payne Garner whs in t wn yes terday. He reports his son Frank, quite sick. Hun. P. 11. Andrews, of Augusta, prosecuting attorney ot this circuit ar rived in the city Sunday t ■ look after1 the interests of the state in the circuit j CUUlt Don't be selfish, if you are satislied that Old Volluier Whiskey is the best, tell your friends. T. C. Folure, Jr., A Co. sell it Miss Aunie Mai Grobmyer. who had been visiting relatives in Carrollton, Kentucky, for several weeks returned j esterday. Miss Alma Futrall, of Marianna, is the guest ot Miss Nannie Taylor, prior to resuming her dutie> as school teacher in New port. Dr. f. T. Hayden, of Cra wforilsville. was in town last week in the interest ot hi< candidacy for Congressman of the First District. Mis. Bowen, who had been a delight ful guest in the home of Mr. and Mrs. II. W Wilder, returned to Memphis Tuesday evening. For Sale.—About a dozen coal heat ing staves, used short time only at Crowley Ridge Institute. Cheap. See I’aslay A Johnson. Mrs. Geo 1’. Tavlor, has gone to Muldrow, Indian Territory, to visit her daughter. Mrs. Albert I’yle, nee Miss Norma Taylor. 1‘hilip Isaacs, one of Forrest City’s most promising youths, lett on Monday lor Fayetteville, where lie will enter the State Umveisity. Mrs. W. H. Alley was called unex pectedly to Wynne on Wednesday to attend the bedside of Mrs. Geo. Davis, who is ill at that place. Wanted — Every hou>ekeeper in town to try White Crest dour Sold under an absolute guarantee. For sale by all lirst-class grocers. Miss Bianca Vaccaro. and Leo, the interesting little son of Mr. and Mrs. A. ,1. Vaccaro went to Brinkley on Sat urday to stay until Tuesday. Mr. Daniel Bond, formerly of the Bond Supply Company, at Widener, now f Memphis, was in ttie city the tirst >1 the week on business. Mi8. L U. (irobruyer went to Mem phis on Wednesday evening to visit friends, and to meet Mis- Annie Mai n her'return from Kentucky. (l*-t a bottle of Dr. Mendenhall's Chill and Fever C ue from J. T. San ders and get well of malaria and that tired feeling. No cure, no pay. (Japt, Stoddard rnd wife, of Jonesbo ro, were guests of friends in town on Thursday of last week, and dined with Capt. J. S. Shield- at the M triou. Mrs. Bard and Mis- Helen Nichols returned from Little Kock on Saturday ! night, having spent two weeks very pleasantly, visiting the family of W. I D. Bard. H(HOLEY'S ICE CREAM The very best to be had in Forrest City, is sold exclusively and in any quantity desired by ENTERPRISE DRUG STORE. Phone 199. - - Delivered to any part of the City. F. G. PFTTUS, 7 j (Successor to Pettus & Parham.) Real Estate and General Insurance Agent, j Representing Reliable Old Line Companies. ( I ^ our patronage solicited and will have careful and 1 prompt personal attention. Office with Attorney R. J. Williams, over The J. W. Beck Co. £ SHORT ORDERS ONLY. > RUSH J. ASH’S RESTAURANT. Quickest Service. Cleanest House. Everything New. Staple and Fancy Groceries, Confections, Fruits, Nuts, Cigars and Tobacco. Hot or Cold Lunches to Order. Next door to Grobmever’a Butcher Shop. All old friends and the public cordially invited to «ive me a call Phone 191. I ree Delivery. FORREST CITY |ce & Power Comp; jj AGENTS FOR J Cudahy Packing Co.’s MEATS, LARD & HAMS - I RED RING Portland Cement I $1.85 Per Barrel. j ____ Prompt Delivery. Phone 170. | No more malaria, no mgre chills. No money needed to pay doctor hills if you take Dr. Mendenhall’s Chill and Fever Cure. Sold by J. T. Sanders. Her numerous friends were glad to welcome Mrs. C. S. Aldrich last week upon her return from a protracted visit t friends at Rogers, Arkansas, These cool nights are very pleasant indeed to we town folks, but they are not doing cotton any good, and we hope we shall have hot weather for a spell. You will never know how much bet ter Dr. Mendenhall's Chill and Fever Cure is than any other unless you get a bottle from J. T. Sanders ami try it. The New Castle Telephone Company, of New Castle wa> incorporated by j. L McDougal, president, and W. J. Dillon, secretary. The purpose of the 1 company is to construct a line from : Newcastle to Forrest City. The ■ dices of the-company are ar Forrest City. The capital stock is s-idoo, of which lias been subscribed. * R D. Humphreys, of Memphis, was in the city last Friday night, and was a truest in the home of Mr. and Mrs K. F. Sellers. Drew has accepted a posi tion with 15. Lowenstein A, liro- , in their retail department and will enter uion his duties on September lid. On Wednesday, a new social orga nisation came Int ) existence. Mrs. Will 1’. Evans was the hostess on the occasion, and the new venture was launched with every prospect ot a suc cessful voyage. The Merry Matrons’ Embroidery Club is the name under which much dainty handiwork and pleasant intercourse will be accom plished. CASTOR IA For Infants and Children, The Kind You Have Always Bought Bears the „ _ - " SHsnatu. e of