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Customers will do us a favor by reporting any discrepan cies or inattention on the part of our drivers. : : : : Phone 170 GEO. P. TAYLOR, Mgr. II W. RORINSOX. OTTO GESSING. ROBINSON & GESSING General Merchandise, LAKESIDE, ST. FRANCIS COUNTY. ARK., Post Office, Lakeside, Ark. WE MAN dm: ONDY FIRST-CLASS GOODS Simmon’s Hardware Co.’s Hardware, Friedman’s Shoes, Lowenstein’s Dry Goods, Hamilton-Carhart’s Overall Suits. Stout’ Celebrated Rubber Hoots. Van Vleet’s 1 )rugs, VV. C. Early Co.’s Groceries, __ ALL STA.1STIDAALLIDS OUR MOTTO: Best duality, Lowest Prices, Full Weight. ^ Come and See Us. ★ The price of the Mary Verna Mining Company's stock will be Fifty Cents per share after January 21,1911. If interested, write or call on The Mary Verna Mining Co. 4446 Randolph Building, Memphis, Tenn. PATRONIZE TIMES’ ADVERTISERS; THEY’RE ALIVE DEATH OF OTTO GESSING. *t. Francis County Coses Another Honored and Itespectcd Citizen. i lie sudden and unexpected taking away Sunday night, April <>, of Mr. Otto (Jessing at his Imme. Lakeside, alwut twelve miles below Madison, on the St Francis river, removed anoth er landmark of that section, and a man who was widely known and uni versally loved and esteemed. Mr. Cessing had not lieen ill at all, and lieyond the fact of complaining of Ite ing unusually tired Saturday night, had not complained, lie retired as usual Saturday night, when the store was closed, and left word that he was not to l»e disturlied, during the day, Sunday, and as it was his habit to spend Sunday in Ids room, not even waking for breakfast or dinner, lie was not disturlied until after sup|>er, when the family with whom he was taking hi« meals thought it best to ascertain the cause of him not com ing to supper. He was found in his room unconscious, having sutTercd an attack of heart failure, and in spite of all that could lie done to revive him,never regained consciousness and passed peacefully away shortly after 11 o’clock. Mr Cessing was in his fifty-sixth year, and was a native of Obernhan, Saxony, Germany, where he has a brother, Attorney Carl (Jessing, and a sister, whose name we were not able to learn, living. These and some nephews and neices living In Colora do, are the only known relatives. iic tame u> mis country aiwut twen ty-live years ago. anti settled in Madi ison. where, until four years ago, lie was employed with Mr. Ed Berry. Four years ago lie entered into part nership with Mr. II. W. Robinson in the mercantile business, at Lakeside. Mr. A. L. Stevens went down to Lakeside Monday and prepared the body for shipment, bringing them up to Madison, where on Wednesday morning funeral services were held under the auspices of Memphis Lodge No. 2t'> B. P. <). E., of which lie was a member. A delegation of Memphis Elks, consisting of Messrs. J. I). Celia, A. Rather, J. ReMerhein, C. Fried man, Nat Edwards, II. E. Barnard, F. L. Monteverde, Marks Rubin, II. E. Randall andJ. R. Fitzpatrick, coming out on the morning train Wednesday : to conduct the beautiful and^impres sive burial services of their order, and a delegation of members from Forrest City Lodge No. 1219, consist ing of Messrs. Max Yollie, A. J. Vac caro, Rnbt Benson, L. Turley, Rolfe Eldridge, Will Merwin, II. A. Knight and W. M. Seaborn, going over to as sist and to mingle their tears with those of Ids other friends who gather ed at the Methodist church, where the services were held. Acting Exalted Ruler Friedman, of Memphis Lodge, officiating. After the services at Madison, the remains were brought to this city, where they lay in tlie undertaking parlor until the arrival of the evening northlwund Iron Mountain train, when tiiey were shipped to St. Louis, there to lie cremated, and tlie ashes sidpped to ids brother and sister in the Fatherland, according to an oft ex pressed desire of the deceased. Mr. Stevens accompanied the remains and saw to the carrying out of Mils desire. Mr. Cessing was what could truly he called that noblest work of the Greater, an honest man. Me was a whole souled, loyal friend, a generous enemy, (if he had any), and an honest, conscientious business man. llis part ner, Mr. Robinson, who was besides, his most intimate friend, feels his loss keenly, and as he expresses it, lias lost a friend, who was as close and dear as a brother. Mr. Cessing had often ex pressed during Ids life a desire that when his life's work was finished, and when the final summons came to end all, that he might peacefully fall asleep to wake in the land from which no traveler returns. Iiis loss will lie felt keenly by all t hose w ho knew him and, though he had no relatives here to mourn him, there was as much sincere grief shown at the news of his death, and at the funeral services, as if he had been a native of the community and hail died surrounded by relatives, and a family,and words that we might write can do hut little to appease or assure the grief of those to whom he was so dear, and to w hom Ills death brings a feeling of irretrievable loss, but we can and do offer our sincerest sympthy and condolence In this hour of grief. May lie rest in peace. "Out of a life of commotion, Tempest swept oft as the ocean, Into a land calm and peaceful, Ne'er a storm sweeping e’er it Ne’er a wreck on its shores. Saved His Mother’s Life. “Four doctors had given me up,” writes Mrs. Laura Gaines, of Avoca, La., “and my children and all my friends were looking for me to die, when my son insisted that 1 use Elec tric Hitters. 1 did so, and they have done me a world of good. 1 will always praise them.” Electfic Hitlers is a priceless blessing to women trou bled with fainting and dizzy spells, backache, headache, weakness, de bility, constipation or kidney dis orders. l Tse them ami gain new health, strength and vigor. They're guaran teed to satisfy or money refunded. Only 50c at all druggists. DEMOCRAT TIMES. | Weather Is fine but cool. Health Is good. The Squire is still here, hut he sa>s he is like a hired man. The farmers are busy planting corn. Mr. Smalley came down last Tues day. Lost, strayed or stolen—one repre sent at ive from this county. Liberal re ward given for any information lead ing to his recovery. All the crazy people are planting cotton. Mrs. Cook is not succeeding very good in training he> turtle She got it so it will crawl up to sun, but as soon as she starts out its out of sight. The people are ha' ing great suc cess fishing. Ilrother Robinson will preach for us next Sunday Everyone is invited to come ami hear this good man. We are planning to have an egg hunt next Sunday. The .Judge feels awful little a Unit the place now, lieoause there is com pany at his house, and he has to kind of behave himself. “Rut not much.” Mrs. Thomas, Mrs. Cook, Mr. and Mrs. Thornton, Miss Laura Anderson, Mr. and Mrs. Wright and children, and Mrs. Dempsey were pleasant visitors at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Johnseys last Sunday. They all en joyed themselve-t splendidly. The Squire was thinking the party had deserted him when they drove up. Silver Rill No. 2. Kicked By A Mad Horne. Samuel Birch, of Beetown Wis., had a most narrow escape from losing his leg, as no doctor could heal the fright ful sore that developed, but at last Bucklen’s Arnica Salve cured it com pletely. Its the greatest healer of ulcers, burns, boils, eczema, scalds, cuts, corns, cold-sores, bruises and piles on earth. Try it. 2oc. at all drug gist. Faster Services at ('hurcli of the Good Shepherd. Holy Week is being observed as usual at the Church of the Good Shepherd, by daily services in the evening, and a special service in ttie morning today, which is Good Friday. The Easter* services will be the Fes tival service and offering at 11 o'clock, and the Sunday School Easter Festi val, with Infant Baptism, :*t 4 In the evening. The musical program for the morn ing service will be as follows : Hymn, III.—Rlmbault. Christ Our Passover.—Reed. TeDeum.—Lloyd. Jubilate.—Aldrich. Hymn 121.—Palestina. Kyrie Edeison.—Tours. Hymn 11(>.—Roper. Offertory Anthem, “He is Risen.”— Simper. Sanctus.— Camidge Hymn 228.—Monk. Nline Limittis.—(Gregorian.) Hymn ll.Y—Lansanne Peatter. The Sunday School Choral Festival at 4 o'clock will consist of a proces sion and Easter Carols, and more than the usual pains have been taken to make the occasion a very happy and interesting one. All who care to at tend will be welcome. One Penduetor Helped Back to Work. Mr. Wilford Adams is his name, and lie writes: ‘‘I was confined to my tied with chronic rheumatism and used two bottles of Foley’s Kidney Remedy wPhgood effect. The third bottle put m< i my feet and 1 resumed work as ci 1 I'ctor on the Lexington, Ky., Si . i Railway. It will do all you claim in cases of rheumatism.” It clears the blood of uric acid. J. T. Sanders. Turkeys in the Straw. If we had the power to add to the Ten Commandments, we would in sert ‘‘Be Charitable." A kind word now and then does more than turn away wrath. A kind word is en couraging to the struggling one. Un charitablcss is the offspring of jeal ousy and enviousness. These sug gestions were brought about by the insinuation, some weeks ago, that Dr. Dooley, who claimed to have killed a turkey, and brought it home in a sack, that Lite sack contained nothing but rabbits. The week fol lowing Senator Frank Deliositt, came in w ith a big gobbler over his shoul ders, and the envious ones were de terred from saying that he bought it by threats of violence from the Senator. cast Saturday Messrs, urrm win ford, Hud McCrary and Henry Mc Daniel, came in on the evening train, Orrin having a magnificent bronze turkey slung over Ids shoulder. En vious and jealous eyes were upon him as lie paraded the streets, with the two “Buds” following close in ids wake, tin ally winding up in W. P. Evans’ cash store, where the three separated. The concensus of opinion among the envious ones, was that the turkey was purchased, and neither one of them having funds enough to purchase the turkey outright, Win ford worked the “Mutt and Jeff”! racket on the other two. As posses sion is nine points in law, and Orrin being in possession, we believe lie kill ed the gobbler. Anyhow, it was a magnificent bird, and weighed 17j pounds. Hud and Henry are silent on the subject. Ring up Phone No. 184 When you want Fresh Meats of any Kind, Country Produce - - OR .. i S —7-rj FANCY GROCERIES We thank ea< h and every patron for the patronage accorded us in the past, and solicit, your orders in the future, which will have our painstaking and care ful attention. Satisfactory service and (foods guaranteed. YOURS TRULY. W.E. KIRBY&CO. TELEPHONE No. 184. j K DO All r. TAY!/)lt. IIAUItY A KNIGHT. Taylor. Knight & Company, FORREST CITY. ARK. 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IN ROLLWAGE BUILDING North Washington Street, Next, door to iiank of Eastern Arkansas ()uly First-class Workmen Employed. Courteous treat meut and careful Attention to all patrons Satisfaction Guaranteed. I invite your custom. ERNEST F. CARSON, Proprietor.