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»ws reached the city Wednesday evening of the death at tier home in Wynne, of Mrs. E. II. Lew. formerly Miss Hose Lanier, of this city. Mrs. Lew had suffered for several months with a complication of stomach trou bles, living been operated on in Mem phis about three months ago for gall stonev and after the operation, can cer of the stomach set in. All that medical "kill and the kindly, loving care and attention of her husband, brothers, sisters and friends could do was done to prolong the life of the sufferer, but their efforts proved of no avail, and on Wednesday afternoon at 5 o'clock, the kindly gentle spirit winged its way to the realms of eter nal peace. Mrs Legg was in her 43rd year, gbe was a native of this county, hav ing been born and reared on the old Lanier homestead just north of the city Site was well known through out the county, and was universally loved and esteemed. Besides her heartbroken husband, site leaves a sister. Mrs. Sallie Wise, of Paragould, and three brothers, Mr. W. J. Lanier, of this city: Mr. R. .1. Lanier, of Caldwell, and Mr. J. L. Lanier, of Memphis, to mourn their loss, and though her death not unexpected by these loved ones, the summons of the grim reaper, as always, found them heart sore and heavy with grief to give her up, though they realized in her case, it was a blessed relief from the long ami terrible suffering she ; had endured. Mrs. Legg was a devoted member of the Metiiodist church, and the funeral proceeded fiomthat church in Wynne this morning at 10 o'clock, interment being made in the Wynne cemetery. We wish to join the host of friends of this noble moman in extending to her bereaved relatives, our deepest and sincerest condolences. We un derstand that the burden of grief they are called upon to hear, is indeed very great, and that words of ours can do naught to lessen it,but we do feel sin cere sorrow at her untimely demise, and sympathize deeply with the be reaved ones, all of whom have long been our friends. We can only com mend them to Him. Who doetii ail things for the best, and Who hath said in all kindness "Come unto me all ye that are heavy laden, and I will give you rest.” May she rest in peace. Common Colds Must he Taken Seriously For unless cured they sap the vitality ami lower the vital resistance to more serious infection Protect your chil dren and yourself by the prompt use of Foley's Honey and Tar Compound ami note its quirk and decisive result. For coughs, colds, whooping coughs bronchit is and affections of the throat, chest and lungs, it is an ever ready and valuable remedy. .1. T. Sanders It Mas Not a if.-II Weevil Capt. .lames Fussell, of the Fussell Graliam-Alderson Company, sent the bug to and received a letter Monday from the entomologist of the i’niver sity of Arkansas, at Fayetteville, having reference to the supposed Iwll "eevi which was found by Mr. Orrin Winfcrd. of west of town, last week, and mentioned of which was made in a news item printed in The Times.) n,- bug authority informed Mr. Fus seli that while the insect sent him was und ul.tedly a weevil, it was not the dreaded • ■ IkjI 1 w eevil" that has caused such havoc in the cotton fields Of the S Mr. Win ford is qn the lookout for another of the insects, and s t\s that the next one he catches, he intends t" semi to the experts of the Department of Agriculture in Washington. '\e are certainly glad that this was not a regular boll weevil, and that so Hr this county has suffered no loss on their account, and we hope it never s will, though there seems to lie two or m°re other species of worms that are 1 »bout to eat up the crop in certain portions .if the county. A Dreadful Sight. Barnum, of Freeville, N. G. H h Ifarnum, of Freeville. N. V i k i f fever-sore that had plagued -®11”; for years in spite of many Hiwlo es iie triefl- At last he used ,.it, en s Arnica Salve and wrote: a entirely healed with scarcely mws Heals burns, Boils, Ecze anH uU.ts' bruises, Swellings, Corns 1 in s like magic. Only 25c at all Uruggists. * J ' ou Head Advertisement* Th ■r°U re:l<* t'ie advertisements in ® Times'.- jf not you are losing tlie netits of perhaps its most import ant and lieneticial feature. Head rtiis sue of Tlie Times, anil note the va .0us ar*d numerous live and interest R advertisements of our home mer antv i hey will prove to you that ®u do not have to send away from iluV0 lju-v wl,at you need or want, tom f i satlsfaetory results obtained ^advertising jn these columns is )atrr,nle "f tlie ‘ive and progressive uhwri4*!? 1 lf tlie people in the way of Tir> ‘Ptions, The circulation of The uhsprnls lncreasing steadily and its 1 ?rs 'nc'ude tlie best of all pe°Ple «n this territorv. If r0n advertising in Tiie times ire nnr we are losing money. If you nonev’L Suhscriher you are losing i sp -; P;easure and benefit. We want °0QvotJlfU lhe paper and give you or tu , Ior y°ur favorite contestant *1,. re. handsome piano to be given • Christmas Kve i MT. VERNON ASSOCIATION. in Forrest City, Which Closed Saturday >iirht. Wa, IntereM , in* and Profitable. The Mount VernonBaptist Associa tion met with the Forrest City Bap tist church on Thursday. August :;i-t I at 7:30 p. m., In its fifly-fifth annual j session. i The moderator, Lon Slaughter, of j Palestine, being absent on account of the serious illness of his daughter Miss Bertha, the iwdy wa, called to order by the clerk, N. c. B. Ander son. of tiiis city. Llder E. p. j. Garrott, was elected moderator, pro tern. After reading letters from the ma jority of the churches of the associa tion. tlie election of officers was en tered into. Elder E 1>. .1. Garrott and Lon Slaughter were placed in nomi nation for moderator, and LonSlaugh- i ter was re-elected. Elder J \V. Sims,! Marvell, Ark . was elected assistant moderator. N. C. B. Anderson was re-elected clerk and J. T. .Sanders,! treasurer. Cii Friday at 11 a. m. the introduc tory sermon was preached by Elder Lana Terry, pastor of the First Bap tist church at Brinkley. In the af-1 | teroon the body engaged in interest j ing discussions on the different mis-; Jsions which the association is helping! to promote. Dr •!• T. Christian, Little Rock, I corresponding secretary of the state convention, preached to the body F riday at s p. m. on tlie subject, ‘ VVl.at the Baptists Have Done for the World." Hr. B. M. Bogard. of Little Rock, appeared in the interest of the Ark ansas Baptist Advance and took an active part in the different discus sions. Another pleasant feature of the association's meeting was the memor ial service which was given Saturday I at 3 p. m. in behalf of Elder W II. j Past ay, 3. B Sanders, “i'ncle” Jesse j Hodges and F. L. Gustavus. The body completed its work Satur day night and adjourned to meet with the Salem church, Cvpert, Phillips county, Ark., on Thursday night be fore the first Sunday in September, ltd 2. Forrest City was glad to have the association meet within its confines, much good was done to further the mission of the Master. Before You Beach the Limit of physical endurance and while your condition is still curable, take Foley Kidney Pills. Their quick action and positive results will delight you. For bach,ache, nervousness, rheumatism. : and all kidney, bladder and urinary j trotibles. J. T. Sanders. GOODWIN TIMES. There is a good deal of sickness here. <^uite a lot of our people attended j the John Robinson Show in Forrest j City Saturday Mr. J J. Reedy was a business visi tor in Lonoke Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. Sam Thompson have moved to Goodwin. Mr. and Mr- John Sherman attend ed the Mt Vernon Baptist Associa tion in Forrest City Thursday and i Friday. Dr. G. A McCormack made a busi ness trip to Little Rock Friday. Little Myrtle, the twelve-year-old daughter of Mr. and Mrs. W. II. Foley, died Tuesday and was buried the following day in the Goodwin1 cemetery The family lias the sym pathy of the entire community. Mr. ( lias I'. Kills, of Proctor, visit-! ed friends here several days t his | week. Mr. Luke Foley, of the Stagg rice farm, spent several days here this week. Miss ('room, of Henderson, Term., a '■ sister of Mrs. F. K. Dyal, is visiting friends and relatives here this week. Prof. C. L Bryant, of Conway,came in Wednesday, and will take charge of the (ioodwin school Monday. Jack. Digestion and Assimilation. It is not the quantity of food taken but the amount digested and assimil ated that gives strength and vitality to the system. Chamberlain's Sto mach and Liver Tablets invigorate the stomach and liver and enable them to perform their functions nat urally. For sale by all Dealers. Cotton Worms. We saw at the store of Fussell-Gra ham-Aiderson Company Wednesday, a sack full of cotton bolls, all sizes, and In different states of maturity, every one of which had been either eaten out entirely or to such an ex tent to be completely ruined, by what is known as the cotton worm. These cottou worms have been operating in this countv, and elsewhere, for several weeks, and in places, we understand, have almast literally cleaned up the fields. Mr. Newman Laughinghouse gathered this sack of bolls from a crop in which his employers are interested, and he tells us that they were gath ered in just a few minutes; that there are thousands of them, and that there is no telling to what ex tent these worms have damaged the crop This is only one of the many similar reports which daily reach this office, and there is deep concern as to the outcome of the present crop yield AND YET AGAIN POSTAL TELEGRAPH- CABLE COMPANY TM total Tolagraph Cabla Company (Incorporated) transmits and daiivars tMs nighttettargram subject t* tto tanns and conditions printed on tfta back of this blank. CLantNce h. Macaor. PnmW»I ncctivso AT 193 DE Bu otLivcnv No. 148 Paid Night.Lettetf INDEPENDENT COMPETITIVE PROGRESSIVE Detroit, Mich. Aug. 21, 1911 E. BONNER, Forrest City, Ark. Flanders 20 wins the 800 mile St Louis to Kansas City re liability run. Score 998 two points penalty only for loose nut on fender Four days of heavy driving sand and mud. flandera worked perfectly throughout run defeating Marmon Cadillac, hudsoxb International Ohio bulcK parry Mitchell and ford Every car defeated by Flanders 20 except ford was much higher priced car than flanders and the ford was completely disqualified. Dealers and observers all along the line enthusiastic over the cars wonderful performance.. Following three perfect road scores In Iowaa little Olldden Flanders 20 has won every event In which she has been entered the gruelling 14oo mile® Minneapolis to helena reliability run the Worcester hill cllaCb where she cut fortyseven seconds off the former record and now ■che st Louis to Kansas city reliability run. In every event she has defeated many cars of far greater size and price*. Flanders “20” as well as E-M-F “30” Cars are Sold by E. BONNER, E-M-F-Flanders Dealer, Forrest City. TELEPHONE 1ST O. 18S Automobile owners and drivers: We have requested you to keep off the track; you insist upon having your way at our expense. Now, we ask you as gentlemen, to Please Keep Off. Gentlemen's Driving Club. Mrs. .1. K. Carder, who had been nursing in the home of Mr. M. R. McCrary for several weeks, is at home again, her patients having so far re covered as to require tier services no longer at present. We are glad to note that the six members of Mr. McCrary's family, who have been suf fering with typhoid fever, are all con valescent and able to be up. When you have an acliey, stretchy feeling and you are dull, tired and discouraged, it is a sign of approach ing malaria or drills. You should act quickly to ward off an attack. Her bine oilers you the help you need. It destroys the malarial germ, drives out all impurities and makes you feel bright, vigorous and cheerful. Price 50c. Sold by J. T. Sanders. Don't forget to come and see tne about your Fall and Winter Suits and Overcoats. After a hard effort and signing rigid contracts, I have secured the tiuest and best line of samples ever shown in tins county It was hard work to secure this house's goods, and the benefit is yours if you wish it. Prices are very reasonable. Come and see me. Sam W. Hurd, the Tailor. Suits and Pants to Order. There will be seven races on tlie card next Tuesday. Several tine steppers from abroad will start, and there will lie exciting times. The last will be a mule race, and besides the great fun, you will have a chance to see the best steppers in the mule line in tills county. Don’t miss this extra ordinary ottering for your amusement. This will be the last and best of the season. Swelling of the flesh caused by in flammation. colds, fractures of the bone, toothache, neuralgia or rheu matism, can be relieved by applying Hallard'sSnow Liniment. It should lie well rubbed in over the part affect ed. Its great healing and penetrat ing power eases the pain, reduces swelling and restores natural condi tions. Price 25c, 50c and 11.00. Sold by J T Sanders. Mr. Guy Allen, who is employed with M. Kutskv & Co. took, full! charge of the busiuess while Mr. | Kutskv was down Hast, and deserves creditable mention for the business like way in which lie conducted the affairs at the store Guy is a splendid young man of sterling integrity, and ids employers were much pleased with his management. We congratu late him and them. Mrs. Warshavsky will leave Sunday night for St. Louis to buy all the latest styles for ladies She will stay several days and buy everything pretty and stylish ami lie-in shipping these goods here as soon as she arrives. She wants all of you to come and see these new arrivals which she will send, and says there will be big doings with prices when she returns. Watch for her big ad. Mr. J. E. Satterfield came down this morning to make funeral ar rangements for tire burial of Mrs. J. L. Hamblin, the family residing on his place. Mrs. Hamblin died last night about 11 o'clock of congestion. The remains were embalmed by the Stevens Fndertaking establishment, and will be shipped to Mississippi, for interment. The bereaved family have our sincere sympathy. Mr. M. Rutsky returned last Fri day from Mew York and other Eas tern cities, where lie had been on business and to visit relatives and friends. He was accompanied home by Mr. II. G. Gallop, of M'ew York City, who is his brother-in-law. Mr. Gallop is prospecting, looking for a location for a shoe business, and if he can secure a good store-house may conclude to stop here. The fall business season is begin ning to make its appearance. The live, wide-awake merchant will now | take advantage of his privilege of ex tending an invitation to the people to visit bis store. Now is the time to: get busy w ith the advertising man of The Times. Itegin now, and keeping everlastingly at it is sure to bring! success. There is no such word as fail in our vocabulary. Try it now. You are losing money by postponing this important matter concerning your business Let your ads be truthful, forceful and emphatic. Say what you mean and mean what you say. If you start now and keep up a systematic campaign or seige. the crowd will be coming your way when you get in your new goods and they have their money, and then you ran make z.e grand battle roya,! in putting all competition to rout. Mr. F. C. Danehower sent three ears of corn as samples of iiis crop to Mr. W. F. Klotz, and tliey are now on exhibition at his store. They are per fectly formed.large around,measure 12, hi and 14 inches in length,are of a w hite variety, and were raised on land east of Haynes, that had been in cultiva tion for lit* years. That is pretty hard to beat and he ought to take the pre mium. A letter from our old friend, Mr. Linnie Izard, dated at Van Buren, says tliat after Sept. 10, lie will again tie located at Mena, ttie tjueen City of Western Arkansas, succeeding Mr. E. B. Spence as proprietor of t lie new hotel, which lie opened there something over four and a half years ago. We wish him success. He was given a very cordial welcome by the citizens of Mena upon his return. The City Council should draw up specifications, if necessary, as to how t lie railroad street crossings should lie put down so as to avoid the fearful j'dt and damage or danger of damage to vehicles as now experienced by all who drive over them. There is and lias lieen much complaint. The planks or timbers should lie laid nearly on a level with the rails, just like they are laid everywhere else except here in Forrest City. We have a large stock of Economy Fruit Jars, the very best Jar on the market, and as the season is getting late, we offer them at cost to close them out. If you want any of these, you’ll have to hurry. W. L. Law rence’s City Grocery. Phone 248. The outing party composed of Mrs. L Turley, Misses Mamie P’Pool, Dainty Gatling and Lidia Bridewell, who had been “keeping house” at Colorado Springs, have broken up, separated and gone hence and are ex pected to return home soon. Mrs. Turley left them on Sunday for Kan sas Citv to visit relatives, and thence to St. Louis to join Mr. Turley, who is there buying goods. The ottiers went to Denver, Misses Gatling and P’Pool boarding with a friend of Miss Gatling, and Miss Lulla visiting rela tives for several davs, thence go to Kansas City for a st v ■ i«lt and then return home, perhaps aoout the 15th. Strayed. Strayed from my farm three miles Northwest of Forrest City, one light sorrel or bay filly three years old, white on two or three feet, heavy mane and foretop. Liberal reward paid for delivery of filly to Brandon, Baugh & Co. F'anza Moore. Notice. The tax books for the collection of the special assessment upon the real property in District No. 1, for the pur pose of installing water works has t>een placed in my iiands. All owners of real property lying in the district are required to pay their assessments within thirty days from date. Ifsucii payment Is not made action will be commenced at the end of that time for t lie collection of said assessment and for legal penalties and costs. Given under my hand this 15th day of August. 1911. “<-lM-4t H. A. Knight Collector. Administrator’* Notice. NOTICE is hereby given that the under signed, &- administrator of the estate of Ed ward Itlount, deceased, will on September is, 11*11 Hit* In the St. E rands County I’robate Court, a iietltlou addressed to t he said Court, asking that an order tie made directing the undersigned, as such administrator, to sell at public outcry, according to law and the direc tions of said court, the following lands lying and being In the county of St. I'rancis and In the state of Arkansas, towlt: The undivided one-half 11-2) luterest In and to the west half of the north west ynarter (1 -4) of section thirty-two (:«) In township four <4) north, and in range two (2) east. Said land belonging to the estate of the said Edward lllouut, deceased, and will lie peti tioned to be sold for the purpose of paying the indebtedness of said estate as stiown by the claims filed In uni isiurt duly approved. All persons are hereby notified to appear and present any and all object Iona to said pe tition. *’*H"*t O. li. Ro^lwaxe, Administrator. Warning Order. IN ST. UtANCIS CIKCCIT OOUKT St. Louis, Iron Mountain A Southern Hallway Co. Plaintiff, vs. Lizzie Carr. Paul Carr. Lucv Brooks, Georgia Gard ner, WlllieCarr, Harry Carr. I^emmleCarr. I,r la Carr. Mattie Carr, Clarence Carr and Huf tin Carr. Defendants. The minor defendant* herein. Willie Carr, Harry Carr, Letnmle Carr. Lela Carr, Mattie Carr, Clarence Carr and Ruffin Carr, are warned to appear In this Court withia Thirty days and answer the complaint of the plaintiff St. I*)uU, Iron Mountain A Southern Kail way Company. R. \V. PAVNE, Cleric. P R. ANDREWS and NORTON A IlfGIlES tttormjys. A ugusi I: th, 191