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A beautiful assortment of suitable gifts can be found at our store. Music Cabinets, Ladies’ & Gentlemen’s Writing Desks, Parlor Suites, China Closets, Hall Settees, Brass Beds, Fine Mattresses, and many other very appropriate articles will be found at BECKER& LEWIS’ Codfish at Lawrence's. Vermicelli at Lawrence’s. Have you paid your taxes? please pay your subscription. Come to Forrest City to trade. HiliiMt price paid far Peirli it WinhiTiky i. I’atroDize St. Louis Bargain Store. Fresh mince meat in bulk at Law rence’s. Buy your shoes at the St. Louis Bargain store. Mr. Robert Brittain was a Sunday visitor in Haynes. Onion sets and seed Irish Potatoes at Sipf's Grocery. Better be insured than sorry, Tay lor, Knight & Co. Five cent a yard Calico at the St. Louis Bargain Store. Buy your Shlrts—40 cents- at the St. Louis Bargain Store. Mr. II. W. Cook went to Marianna Sunday to visit friends. Its time for a White Mountain Re frigerator. Becker & Lewis. Spring blacksmithing and woodwork at Joe A. Beck's, Jackson st. Fresli Arkansas Strawberries receiv ed every day at Lawrence’s. School supplies, tablets,pencils,etc., maybe had at Sipf’s Grocery. Fresli Arkansas Strawberries receiv ed every day at Neblett's Grocery. Mr. Chas. McDaniel was a visitor in Little Rock Saturday and Sunday. Maple Spread—Something New—try it, in cans,at Lawrence's City Grocery. Seeded Raisins. Currants and other Fruit Cake ingredients at Lawrence’s. Our genial friend, Mr. Joel Wynne, of Memphis, was in the city Saturday. Malouf's Cafe—a first class, up-to date resort for ladies and gentlemen. Try Rerkshire Brand Hams and Ba con— tire best ever—at Lawrence's Gro cery. Don't fail to see that elegant line of gold headed umbrellas at Slaugh ter's. Judge .T. R. Beasley was a visitor in Clarendon Tuesday on professional business. Mr. Hugh Mixon, of Marianna, was in the city a few hours between trains Sunday. Mr. Guy Johnson, of Marianna, was in the city a few hours Wednesday on business. Fresh Swiss cheese, Pimiento cheese, luncheon cheese and cream cheese at Lawrence's. Money to loan on improved farms, on long time, and easy terms. Taylor, Knight & Co. 1! rseslioeing, repairing,blacksmith log and woodwork at Joe A. Beck's, ! Jackson street. Judge S. II. Mann was a business visitor to Wynne Monday night, re I turning Tuesday. AT- If . _ ntii: . aimiiiiu, ui Ji;iiiamid. spent >everal days in tlie city this week on business. Lawrence's city Grocery receives every day a shipment of fresh Ark ansas Strawberries. Contractor W. 15. Brewer went over to Memphis Monday morning on a brief business trip. Mr>. R. E. Sellers went over to Memphis Wednesday morning on a shopping expedition. Welch's Grape Juice, in pints and yuarts—a most refreshing drink—at Lawrence’s Grocery. Lolfe \ Williams addition now ready to sell. See Eugene Williams at bank of Eorrest City. line Barred Rock eggs from good ptrcis; si o per 15. j. e Wydick. box ,S1> rorrest City, Ark. ^'r Sam Hodges, the Southside tin Her. was a business visitor in Pales title Monday afternoon. Onion sets, seed Irish potatoes and en seeds of all kinds at lowest prices at Sipf’s Grocery. Ilolsum Bread—always fresh and a! a\s good—at Lawrence's Grocery. '> a loaf and lie convinced. JttV lino ?f Cadies Oxfords, Ties ‘ -nips just received at Russell abam-Alderson Company’s. v7h’ !'° Is °f Wall Paper at Becker ,rVLU,ls. from 2jc to 25c per roll. Just u,|l Beautiful patterns. ci uT " Adams and two littli w..rren,’, liave been spending the wetk "“-h friends at Caldwell. Iv'bi, aM,er C. Metcalfe, of the - k ishmri. was in the city Wednes yon business for ins company. Ruwrn* Izard, of tiie Crowlej tor ^ h irotl*cle' was a business visi 1 Haynes Monday afternoon. dpo 'V KENT—Five room house, (tar w' Vf0 e ?nd c*ty water—house it Reorder. T. O. Fitzpatrick. tl \ isit the St. Louis Bargain .Store. Sliced peaches in cordial at Law rence’s. For Dry Goods call at the St. Louis Bargain Store. Fresh river fish every Friday and Saturday at W. E. Kirby & Company's Market and Grocery. Phone ls4. Pride of Illinois Corn sold every where at lo cents. we are selling at io cents per can. W. E. Kirby & Co. Mr. E. S. Royal, of Caldwell, was in the city Saturday on business and was a plesant caller at The Times ortice. Just Received-Swell new line of Tailor made Pants at the St. Louis Bargain Store. Come and see them. Mr. and Mrs. T. C. Merwin and lit I, ®01', Frank, went to Marianna Sunday to visit relatives and friends. Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Vaccaro return ed I uesday afternoon from Memphis, where they had been on a brief visit. Mr. W. C Gardner, of the S. VV. T. & T- Co., of Helena, was in the city I hursday on business for his company. Judge S. H. Mann was a visitor in Marianna Thursday and to-day on business in the Lee County Circuit Court, Miss Mattie Mai Davis, of Memphis, came over yesterday to spend Easter with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. T. J. Davis. Mr. J. J. Barron, of the Cut Off, was an the city Monday evening and Tues day on business and mingling with friends. Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Beck were Sun day visitors in Marianna, going down to visit their son, Mr. Ernest Beck, and family. Try a regular meal or a short order lunch at Malouf's Cafe, a new and first class restaurant for ladies and gentlemen. Mr. O. C. Sherrod, of Madison, was in the city Wednesday on business, and was a pleasant caller at The Times office. Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Flannigan, of Rawlison, were in town shopping Mon day, and remembered The Times in their rounds. Mr. Bob Cross, of Marianna, was visiting friends in the city Sunday, and was a pleasant caller at The Times office. W. E. Kirby wants you to try an order of that pure home rendered hog lard, which they are making a specialty of. FOR SALE.—One Bed Room Set. Practically new,only in use about^two months. Cheap for cash. Address B, Times Office. Special for the next ten days on silverware, at Slaughter's. Beautiful line, newest designs,and at prices that will surprise you. Attorney W. W. Hughes, of Norton & Hughes, went to Wynne Wednes day morning on business in the Cross county circuit court. All insurance policies look alike un till the loss occurs. Be sure you haVo a good company—such as we represent. Taylor, Knight & Co. Eggs from Ballard's strain of single comb Bull Orpingtons. #2.00 per set ting of 15 eggs. .1. E. Wydick box 781, Forrest City, Ark. The Ice Plant was started last Mon day a week ago on its summer run, and is now running night and day to a sixteen ton capacity. Mr. Scott Kirkpatrick, popular traveling salesman, was calling on his trade and visiting friends in the city the first of the week. A kidney remedy that can be depend ed on will be found in Prickly Ash Bitters. It heals and strengthens. .1. T. Sanders. Special Agent. Mr. A. L. Bynum, prosperous Ridge farmer, was a business visitor in tlie city Wednesday and was a pleasant caller at The Times Office. Shirtwaist Kings—something new— at Slaughters, full line and beautiful designs, and at prices that will suprise you. He sure and see them. Mr. -las. I. Hawk, the hustling real estate man. returned Wednesday morning from a short trip to Memphis and the St. Francis bottoms. Mr. G. F. Van Vlake, who recently moved here from Wynne, is quite ill with pneumonia at his home in the I’ettus & Williams addition. Miss Elizabeth Davis returned Sat urday afternoon from Crawfordsville and Memphis where she had been visiting relatives and friends. Mr. J. B. Hamilton, prosperous farmer, of near Colt, was in the city Monday on business, and was a pleas ant caller at The Times office. Habitual constipation is the door through which many ot the serious ills of the body are admitted. The occa sional use of Prickly Ash Kilters will remove aud cure this distressing condition. J. T. Sanders, Special Agent. Maple syrup In cans and bottles at Lawrence's. Buy your pants at the St. Louis Bargain Stoie. New hat pins to match those elegant Miirtwaist sets, and at prices that w i,l compel you to buy. Be sure ami see them at Slaughter's. ( all and see the plat of our new ad dition to the city of Forrest City. Lots now offered for sale. Kugerie " illiams at Bank of Forrest City. Mr. Jno. T. Willingham and Mr Brinkley, of Memphis, were cordial visitors in the city Wednesday. They were on their way to Little Itock. ' Mr. S. R. Walker, of Goodwin, was a callerat The Times office Wednesday and inscribed ids name for subscrip tion to the (treat Religious Weekly. A full and complete line of Heinz Rickies and Olives and National Bis cuit Co.’s Cakes and Crackers always on hand at II. It. Neblett's. Rhone it. Are you tired of using lard substi tutes and imitationsf Then take home a can of that pure home render ed hog lard sold by W. E. Kirby & Co. Mr. Jas. Rope, who has been attend ing the St. Louis School of Pharmacy, returned Tuesday morning for a va cation visit with relatives and friends. Good results always follow the use of Foley Kidney Rills. They give prompt relief in all cases of kidney and bladder disorders. Try them. .1. T. Sanders. BREAKFAST FOODS Corn Flakes Rost Toasties. Ruffed Wheat. Ruffed Rice, Grape Nuts, Cream of Wheat, Grits, Shredded Wheat, at Lawrence’s Grocery. Fussell-Graham-Alderson Company now have on display a full line of new spring and summer dress goods, em bracing all the latest fabrics, styles and colors. In cases of rheumatism relief from pain makes sleep and rest possible. This may lx* obtained by applying Chamberlain’s Liniment. For sale by all dealers. Standard tomatoes—the same brand that sell everywhere in town at lo cents or two for a quarter, are being sold at 10 cents a can at W. E. Kirby & Company's. Mr. Ben Lewis brought over last Friday afternoon a handsome Indian motorcycle, which lie recently pur chased. Forrest City is beginning to get quite citytied and soon we expect to hear the hum of electric cars mingling with the pop of the gasoline motors. GO TO NEB LETT'S for Easter Hats, Easter Garden Seed, Easter Candies, Easter Socks, Easter Groceries and Easter Bargains from the BARGAIN COUNTER H. R. NEBLETT. PHONE 34 Prettiest line of Ladies' Hosiery ever brought to Forrest City Is being shown at Fussell-Graham-Alderson Co.'s. “Princess Chrysanthemum” .at tlie Meeker & Lewis (>pera House. Tues day night, April is, Admission.50cents Reserved seats, 75 cents Children under twelve rears. 25 cents. See the Light Plant man at once about wiring your house or place of bnslness. You'll never regret it, and you’ll never be contented with any other method of illumination. Miss Sadie Greer, ward of Mr. Lon Slaughter, died Monday at Palestine. The remains were embalmed by Mr. A. L. Stevens, of this city, and convey ed to Marianna for interment. i Swartz Pros, have moved into their new quarters next door to Klotz’ Hardware Store. The gentlemen have a swell new stock of goods and a hand some store. Call and see them. New Perfection Oil Cook Stoves are the safe kind, are the most eco nomical and easiest to operate. Make cooking a pleasure in the summer time. 2 burner, $8.50; 3 burner, $10.50; oven, $3.00. Forrest City Furniture Co. “In over a Million Homes” Is suffi cient to say about the White Moun tain line of Refrigerators and Ice Boxes. Let us demonstrate their sav ing qualities. Becker & Lewis. Mrs. Annie Jones, who has been living with her son-in-law, Mr. A. A. ; French, at Bine Bluff, arrived in the city Monday. She informs us that Mr. | and Mrs. French will remove here shortly. , Marshal .1. M. Davis was called to Crawfordsville Monday morning, by a message announcing the illness of ids son-in-law, Mr. Joe Mosby. Mr. Luther Royal acted as marshal during ids absence. Free Stock Food bTo introduce the International Stock Food, we will give on* pail FREE with each order for four pails—100 pounds. Also a 12-piece set free High Grade Granite Kitchen Ware will be given with the order. International Stock Food is one of the best foods on the market, and a trial will convince any owner of stock of its merit. Call at the store, examine the premiums and take home a trial order J. S. SHIELDS & CO. An occasional dose of Prickly Ash Bitters keeps the system healthy, wards off disease and maintains strength and energy. J.T. Sanders, Special Agent. Lame Shoulder is nearly always due to rheumatism of the muscles, and quickly Yields to the free application of Chamberlain’s Liniment. For sale by all dealers. If you want flowers for Easter, A L Stevens & (Jo. are prepared to take your order—latest prices from Idle wild. All messages*paid by us. Place your order early. Mr. Sam Wassell, genial court sten ographer, was in the city a few hours Monday enroute from his home in Little Lock to Marianna where court convened on that day. We might write colums about those shirtwaist rings and sets that Slaugh ter is selling, but you couldn't appre ciate them unless you saw them. Special prices for ten days. CASTOR IA For Infants and Children. The Kind You Have Always Bought Bears the /^r ^ Signature of C^Cx.-^vf Mr. W. .1 Lanier was in Memphis Monday in attendance upon tire bed side of a sister. Mrs. Lake, of Wynne, who is undergoing treatment in one of the Hospitals in that city. See the new line of spring and sum mer dress goods now on display at the big Fussell-Grahatn-Alderson Com pany Store. All the newest and latest styles, fabrics and shades.. Fresh Lettuce, Celery, Radishes, Onions, Tomatoes, Carrots, and oilier Spring Vegetables will he on sale every Friday and Saturday at Law rence’s Grocery. Phone -is. Mr Henry Gorman is officiating as night engineer at the City Water and Light Plant, during a months layoff of Mr. Egbert Holland, who is resting up to recuperate his health. Hou. Frank DeRositt and Dr. Dooley left Monday for Dr Dooley's camp in the bottom where they spent several days turkey hunting, return ing Wednesday empty handed, with the exception of a big rabbit in the Doctor's sack. It needs no further recommenda tion than its name--White Mountain Refrigerators and Ice Boxes. Becker and Lewis. .lust received at Fussell-Graham Aldersou Company's a full and com plete new line of the celebrated W. B. Corsets, all models and sizes. Be sure and see them before purchasing elsewhere. “Our baby cries for Chamberlain's Cough Remedy,” writes Mrs. T. B. Kendrick. Rasaca, Ga. “It is the best cougii remedy on the maiket for coughs, colds and croup. For sale by all dealers. Mr. L. S. Dunaway, representing the Arkansas Gazette, was in the city a few hours Tuesday evening enroute to Wynne, where lie went to take in the building of the Cross County Good Road. Ladies—Have you seen these new model W. B. Corsets just received at Fussell—Graham AldersonCo. Ifnot you should do so at once. The line is now complete and embraces all the latest models Electricity is safer, cleaner, more convenient, and costs but little more than oil or gasoline lights. Hadn’t you better call up the Light Plant and let them ligure with you on wir ing your place V Bishop Brown, of the Episcopal Diocese of Arkansas, made his second visit of the season to the Church of the Good Shepherd on Monday last, and confirmed two additional mem bers of tlie church. Mr. J. \V. Bvrd trallie chief of the Southwestern Telegraph & Telephone Company, with headquarters in Hele na, was in tiie city several days the first of the week and was registered at tlie Hotel Fisher. Editor and Mrs. E. L. Vadakin and the children, Edward and Grace, left Wednesday night for Shelby ville, Illi nois. where they will visit for several weeks with Mr. Yadakin’s sister, Mrs. W. B. Townsend, and family. i u ua>u a uii' man wiu^ic.uvu — the liver must be active, the bowels regular and the blood pure. All this is brought about by using II ERBI N E. It thoroughly scours the liver, stomach and bowels, puts the body in tine con dition and restores that clear, pink and white complexion so much desired by ladies. Brice 50c- Sold by J. T. Sanders. SEASONABLE GOODS AT R. H. Winfield & Co.’s (TP New Spring Hats, Tl New Spring Neckwear, And a full, complete and beau tiful line Ladies’ Furnishings. All priced at very reasonable figures considering the quality. Look over our stock before purchasing your Easter Outfit. For the stomach arid bowel disorders of babies Met;EE'S BABY ELIXIR is a remedy of genuine merit. It acts quickly, is pure, wholesome and pleas ant to take Price 25c and 50c per bottle. Sold by .J. T. Sanders. Beautiful new line of spring and summer goods just received and now on display at Fussell-Graham-Alder son Company’s Store. Don’t miss seeing this line, which embraces all the newest fabrics, styles and shades. Plows and tools sharpened and re paired, and all kinds of blacksmithing and woodwork done on short notice in the best manner by Joe A. Beck. He invites your trade. Shop on Jackson street, near Iron Mountain railr&ad. Mr. G. W. Troutman and H. Bell man. of Sunman, Indiana, were in the city Wednesday, having come over on a prospecting trip. The gentlemen were plesant callers at The Times office and have our thanks for favors. Editor F. T. Dalton, of the Rector Newsboy, arrived in the city Thurs day on a visit to hisson. Section Fore man Dalton, of the Iron Mountain. Mr. Dalton was a welcome visitor at The Times office yesterday morning. Mr. and Mrs. R. H. Winfield, and R. H., J., were in the city visiting relatives and friends several days this week. Mr. Winfield was enroute from St. Louis, and could not resist the temptation to stop oil' for a few days. Mr. Luther Stout, who has been studying pharmacy in the St. Louis School of Pharmacy, is at home for a short vacation, having arrived Tues day morning. Luther informs us that he is making tine progress in his studies. If you have well located land or a Kood business proposition for sale, at reasonable price, write meatonce, en closing self-addressed stomped envel ope for reply, (owners only.) Address, J. C. Ross, 816 2d Ave. So., Minneapo lis, Minn. Special prices for the next ten days on all of our high grade watches. We are offering these watches at just about half what you would have to pay in Memphis. Come in and let us prove it to you. Slaughter, the Jeweler. Construction Foreman Robinson, and force of linemen, who have been engaged for several weeks in recon struction work of the local telephone plant, have finished their work here, and left Sunday for Brinkley, where some similar work is to be done. Mrs. S. P. McDaniel and Mrs. Jas. L. Scott left Thursday morning for Muscogee, Chicotah and other Oklalio ma points, to visit for several weeks witli relatives and friends. The ladies informed us that they will probably visit Kansas City during their ab sence. Mr. A. L. Stevens, of the Stevens Undertaking establishment, accom painied tlie remains of the lamented Otto Gesslng to St. Louis Wednesday night, and saw to the cremating and shipping of the ashes to his relatives in Germany. Mrs waiter ueeves ana sweet lit tle baby, came In Tuesday afternoon from Memphis, to visit for a few da\s with Mrs. Ueeves’ mother, Mrs. Chas. Vogel, and other home folks and friends. After visiting here for a few days, Mrs. Ueeves will leave for Dallas, Texas, where she will join Mr. Ueeves, who is working there. f"”™ . ■ "«™—wiri— L H. ORORMYER, I’res. H. P GORMAN, Cashier .1. T. SANDERS Vice Pres M . W, SEA HORN, Asst. Cashier Bryan Said “Tile fellow who tries to at tract business without adver tising, is like the fellow who throws his sweatheart a kiss l in the dark. He knows what he is doing—but nobody else does.” That is the reason we are advertising. We want your business and take this way of letting you know we want it. We want it for mutual benefit. I Come in and let us talk it over. 4 Per Cent on Time Deposits I PLANTERS BANK & TRUST CO. FORREST CITY, - - - ARKANSAS.