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similatijig the Rwd and Ri^ma ling Uh’ Stonacto andlWh < Promolt's Di^estionf hrerful ness and testfunlains neitfcr O pt uni . Morphine nor Mineral. Not Narcotic. Jitter ,’fM ikXtM tun. :j.i /ita/dur Sm/~ A'\ Inara * 1 Jtklmiir U*S - / Aw Sent * I te-fr, ? Him Sc, J- I Cinafn i S/ 'Oor ■ 1 I ,« tin r I A perfect Remedy for f mrsHpi Hon. Sour Stomach,Diarrhoea Worms ,Convulsk)iis.lVvrristi ness and LOSS OF SLttP Facsimile Signarure nf 4LA0ZZU ^^VT7<laTmTT!l r. Exact Copy of Wrapper. CASTORIA For Infants and Children. The Kind You Have Always Bought | Thirty Years CASTORIA THE centaur compart, new TORE ClTT, ESTABLISHED 1886 Oldest! Largest! Safest! JAMES FUSSELL, President A. BECKER, Vice-Pres. J. T. FONDREN, Cashier W. W. CAMPBELL, Ass t. Cashier. Capital Stock, $30,000 Surplus, $30,000 Undivided Prolits, $26,000. The Bank of Eastern Arkansas Doew a general banking business, otters absolute safety lor your deposits, and in yites your amount and other business in its line. Safety Ileposit boxes for customers MEMBER OF Arkansas and American Bankers1 Association ...BOARD OF DIRECTORS... James Fussell E. R. Norton A. Becker John W. Alderson John W. Naylor A. J. Vaccaro S. H. Mann W. W. Campbell E. P. Taylor In the Heart of/Town A farmer has but to lift his ^Southwest* ern Telephone receiver to’get to the heart of the town. Don’t ^undervalue the importance of such a convenience to you. The Southwestern System binds city and country and all the farmers on a Southwestern Rural Line may reach town and city as well as neighbors. Own or rent the equipment. Send to our nearest Manager for a booklet!today or to The Southwestern Telegraph & Telephone Co. Dallas, Texas C-4 Artistic Printing AT THE TIMES OFFICE, ON THE SOUTHSIDE Work to In* rushed on M e m ph i**M a rian na Loop. Representatives of .lovce Rros. & Ragwell and of List & Gifford, botli railroad contractors, who have iieen working on tlie Mariatina-Metnphis loop of the M. II. & L. It. R. gave out the result Monday of an inspec tion tour which had been taken over the proposed route the latter part of last week. On this tr,p. which was made from Iiulburt to Marianna in a gasoline launch, there were Chief Engineer Carpenter. of tlie Iron Mountain, Engineer C. S. Sample, of tlie same road, who lias Iieen making headquarters in Marianna since the inauguration of tlie work, and Mr. Reter Gifford and Mr. M. 1>. Ragwell. of tlie two tirms of contractors. It is understood that as soon as tlie water goes down sufficiently List & C.itiord will put in a steam shovel at both tlie Marianna and Iiulburt ends of tlie line, and that Joyce Rros. & Ragwell, will put in a number of teams and men between the two points, it is also understood that work on tlie dump that had iieen finished and washed away during the Hood, would tie replac ed by tlie railroad company, tlie teams of Joyce & Ragwell" being worked by tlie day for this purpose. Work that was unfinished at tlie time tlie rising waters put a stop to operations will lie finished by the cunt ractors according to t heir origin al contracts. It is also understood that tlie con tractors will be a tile to liegin work about the middle of June, and tlie work is to tie tinished by tlie tirst of August. <>ur informant also stated that tlie work on tlie new bridge being built for tlie road across tlie St. Francis river, near liaggio, was damaged by tlie high water only to tlie extend that a good deal of the false work was carried away. 81«M) Iteward. 81**0. Tile reader, of t hi> paper will In- pleased to learn lliat there i. at lea->t one dreaded disease that science has la-en able to cure in all Its stages, and that is t atari'll. Hall s Catarrh Cure Is the only i»»itive cure now known to the medical fraternity. Catarrh Itelmt a con stitutional disease, requires a constitutional tteatment. Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken in ternally acting directly upon the blixxl and tmtciioiis siirfa<‘es of the system, thereby de stroylmr the foundation of the disease, and ci i INC the pat lent si remith t»y building up the const it ution and assisting nature in doing its work The proprietors have so much faith in its curative powers that they offer i me Hun dred I Hillai s for any case that it falls to cure. Send for list of testimonials. Address r. .1. CHENEY & Co., Toledo, O. Sold by all druggists 7T>c. Take flail's family 1*1 lls for Constipation. Another striking example of the need for a Business Men’s Club, or some similar organization, was fur nished this week when a representa tive of tlie agricultural department of the Kock Island Railroad, seeking data for use in advertising matter ex tolling the advantages of the state for homeseekers, had great difficulty in securing the wanted information. Had the city been able to boast of a wideawake organization of the char acter mentioned, its secretary could have loaded the railroad man down with all sorts of interesting informa tion regarding crop yields, land values, etc. hut thereN nothing doing in this line it seems, and it would ap pear as if the large land owners of tills county would rather conditions continued as they are. and this belief i-! strengthened by the information given us by real estate men that they have numerous calls fur small farm tracts, which they have the greatest dlfliiculty in tilling. "Nails are a mighty good thing particularly linger nails but 1 don't believe they were intended solely for scratching, though 1 used mine largely for that purpose for several years, l was sorely afflicted, relieved my itch, and los titan one box cured me entirely '.I. M. \Yako, Index,Tex. The attention of our farmer friends and others who are in need of a light, small, handy gasoline engine for pumping waler or for driving light farm machinery, is directed to an ad vert i>ement in which Mr. S. i*. Mc I>aniel, the Southside plumber, calls attention to the Kclipse Pumper, which consists of a powerful Kair banks-Morse gasoline engine mounted on the base of a specially constructed i-'ai rbanks-.Morse pump jack Mr. Me will tie glad to show the engine in operation to those interested. CONSTIPATION. Its Cause and How to Cure It. Eat too much, Stomach feels bloated, All out of sorts, Don’t feel like work to-4ay. Guess I’ve another case of biliousness. “Take anything?” "Yes; some pills, but no results; sup 1'0 se I'm getting ironclad. Sometimes I double the dose, then they physic me so hard I’m too weak to work. Think I’ll ; have to try something new.” “Ever try Prickly Ash Bitters?” “No; I've heard a good deal about it, but never tried it.” “Well, you’ll be pleased with the re sults.” The purgative action of Prickly Ash Bitters not only removes hard impac tions, gas and impurities, but it strength ens the muscular action of the bowels which causes them to move regularly. Prickly Ash Bitters is a bowel tonk and regulator iu the truest sense. It | promotes daily evacuations, establishes | healthy movements and is the best I known remedy for disordered digestion | flatulence and a constipated habit. V. M. Blackwelder. of Litchfield, 111., says In the Litchfield Sews: “I am perfectly willing, iD I fact glad to testify to the value of Prickly Asb i Bitters as a medicine for the kidneys, stomach and bowels. I have u<erl it whenever 1 needed anything of the kind for the last fifteen year: aud it has always given satisfaction.” Get the genuine with the figure "3” iu red on front label. Bold by druggists. Price S1.0U, J. T. SANDERS. Death of Mr*. Kiclianl <’a*l»eer. The subject of tills sketch. Mrs. IUchard Casbeer, was born in St. Francis county. Ark., Feh. 17th. K**. and was married to Mr. Hichard Ca lmer January l.ith, ist'l, and departed ttdslife May 1.7th. 1912. at the iiome of Mr. and Mrs. T. I>. Hampton, jf Colt. Ark. Siie leaves two sister-. T I). Hampton, of Colt, aud Mrs. A. H. Taylor, of Wynne. Ark., and a host of other relative* to mourn her loss. Miss Arra, as she was familiarly known and called, was a faithful and devoted wife and never did fully re cover from the loss of her noble ami generous young husband, Mr. Dick Casbeer. who died some 'Jo years ago. and on the 13th day of the present month, after her pure and sweet spirit had taken its flight and un tangled itself from its mortal coil, her body was laid to rest amid a mountain of roses, close by the side of her husband, in the Lout bridge cemetery, surrounded by relatives and friends of all ages and faiths Tlds writer has lieen personally and Intimately acquainted with her for twenty-five years or more, and we can truthfully say that as near as it was possible for mortal t>eing to do so. slie lived a pure upright,Christian life. She ttied to walk in the foot steps of the lowly Na/.arene. To those whose heartsare sore and bleed ing. we would say live as she lived and you will go to her in that sweet by and hv. May the church and Sunday school of which she thought so mucli and had become so identified witli cherish and emulate her many noble virtues. Good bye, kind friend of our early manhood days,we hope to meet you in the great beyond. C. T. M. A Health Hoard Notice issued Tuesday by the City Hoard of Health, is respectfully referred to our readers. The notice calls the attention of tlie people generally to the necessity of thoroughly cleaning up their premises, and suggests that all outhouses, privies, etc.,be limed,that all kitchen slops t>e put in a bucket or a can with a top to it. thus eradicating the tly- it is also suggested that no hy drants he allowed to leak or puddles of water be allowed to stand around your premises. All premises will tie inspected at least once a week by the health otlicer, and any not complying with tlie requests and suggest ions set forth in the circular by Wednes day May 2b, will tie brought before the mayor, it is to be hoped that sucli stringent measures will not have to be resorted to, however, and that the citizens generally will real ize by carefully carrying out the pro visions of the notice they will not only greatly aid the board', tint will add very materially to the prevention of disease in their families. Escapes An Awful Eate. A thousands tongues could not ex press the gratitude of Mrs. .1. K. Cox, of Joliet, 1)1 , for her wonderful deliverance from an awful fate. “Ty phoid pneumonia hail left me with a dreadful cough,-' she writes. “Some times 1 had such awful coughing spells I thought 1 would die. 1 could get no help from doctor's treatment or other medicines till i used Hr. Kins's New Discovery. Hut J owe my life to tills wonderful rentedv for 1 scarcely cough at all now." guiek and safe, its the most reliable of ail throat and lung medicines. Even bottle guaranteed, one and li on Trial bottle free at All Druggists. Mr. George Wright wa> one of the proudest men in Forrest City last Saturday morning upon the receipt of a telegram from Rogers, where Mrs W right, had been sojouning for some tjme. The message stated that he was the father of a bouncing nine pound baby bov. who had arrived Fri day night, and that mother and b>\ were doing nicely. Mr. Wright l.-f'i Saturday at noon fot lingers, to In wit li Mrs Wright and the new mem l>er of the family. We extend con gratulations to the proud parents and all t he usual good wishes to the \ i!nir man. I lit' Demons of the Hvtuuip are isquitos. As they sting they put cully malaria germs in the •»1" Then follow the icy chills atm ..s of fever The appetite Mies ami the strength (ails: also malaria often paves the way tor deadly t\ Put Fleetric Pith.-;* kih ami cast out the malaria germs from the blood: give you a tine appetite and renew your strength. • After long suffering, wrote Wm. Fretwcll. of l.ucuma, N. "three tjottle drove all the malaria from my system, and I \e had good health ever since I lest for all stomach, liver and kidney ills. ->o cts. at All Druggists. Warning Order In Tin St. Francis Chan eery Court Colonial A Culled Stales Mori ace C o i.ld et at, Plain HIT Vs. Henry Moseley, et at. Defendants. , , , Warnlim Order I he defendants. W illiant Mosley and lull Mosley, are warned to appear in tips Court within thirty days and an-o\. r ..umplaiut of tlie plaintitTs. Colonial a I nile.i stales Mottnaye Company, Ltd, and Han -on IP II Trustee. K W. PA\ M ( lei I, Hated tin- 'lav 20th, tl*l.' (Seal) Norton A Hu.-lies SoH Warning Order. In The St Francis Chancery • ■ lrt It. L. Mixon PiainlitT vs liufus M. Faddeii, LUna Mel auo.-i and A N Crimes. Hefendants The non-resident defendant hen In \ \ (•rimes Is hereby warned to appear n i s court within thirty days to answei ti., complaint of the plaintiff herein. K l \i j v,. t; W, PA V XL Clerk May l'tli. l«f.' Mann. Itollw ace a Morn . -ols 5-lit-4 OPEN ALL THE YEAR Bath Hou* Indrr Samr Rout GREAT NORTHERN HOTEL AND ...BATH HOUSE... F G WILLIAMSON Pr», C S WILLIAMSON Jr Mtr -Nest Door to Po*t office Same Pluck as Auditorium Tlieatie Kuropeau Plan Strictly Raua $1 00 Par Daj HOT SPRINGS. ARR NEW STOMACH RELIEF GETS COUNTRY WIDE ENDORSEMENT The new remedy for indigestion called "Digestif has been found a certain quick relief and permanent remedy for stomach disorders. Let ter' from thousands who had suffered the torture of indigestion and gut re lief from the use of IMgestit are evi dence of its merit The enormous in crease in demand from every part of tlie country is proof of its popularity. Hut you do not have to take any body's word for it try it yourself on an absolute guarantee, pet i ,,.t,., 1( and if you don't pet relief v-e,',•!! pet your money back for the askjJ Brown's Dipestit is a little tablet easy to swallow and absolutely jar „ less. It dipests all the food. pre\,., ^ fermentation, stops pas formati',, prevents stomach distress after eat' inp. aids assimilation, reliefs jn pest ion almost instantly and cures dyspepsia nOc. J. T. Sanders. l»r;u’ pist. I I.. K I.KnllM VI i:. Pkk I .> r. ~am*kk^ viu I’h*k II. I* UOKMAN, f'ASHlglt I M. W. SEMIUliX, A--r ( 3 Conservative Investors: The attention of conserva tive investors is directed to the interest-bearing Certificates of Deposit of this bank. They offer a safe medium for the investment of large or small sums; they are negoti able. transferable, and pay able on demand. They pay a lair rate of in terest. 4 Per Cent on Time Deposits •4 PLANTERS BANK & TRUST CO. CAPITAL PAID IN $33,475.00. FORREST CITY, - - - ARKANSAS. Tax Assessor’s N O TIC E ! Notice is hereby given that pursuant to law, 1 will in person or by assistant, meet the tax payers of St. Francis County, State of Arkansas, in the different townships, for the purpose of assessing the personal property of St. Francis County, Arkansas, for the year 1912, at the fol lowing places and dates, to-wit: VS heat Icy township, at Posey's School House, Monday, .lunt* \V heat ley lownship, at \\ heat ley. Tuesday and Wednesday, i .i:e 4- • (loodw in 1 owns hip. at I.dw in, Thursday. June ti. Goodwin Township, at Gum (.rove, Friday, June 7. Goodwin Township, a‘ Moon Lake. Saturday. June s Prairij . vnship, a v\ j • 11 ise, Monday7, J une lu Prairie Township, at Palestine, Tuesday and Wednesday, J .ee H-L' I. Anguille township, at Mace.innia, TIiurv 1 **' June 1 . 'lellco Townsiiip. at ( aldweil, Friday, .lun i Telico Township, at ( oil. Saturday and .Monday. June i . and K Johnson Townsiiip u il-.-t, , s st re. Tuesday, J une is. I ne * ••'•nsh.p, at New ( astie Gin. Wednesday ami l iiuixi*), 1* ranks Townsiiip, at lionair, Friday. June 21. Franks Township, at Tuttieton. Saturday, June 22. itlacktish Township, at Ashworth Monday. June 24 < • .u land 1 owns).ip. at ( nwan s Scln><.| House. Tuesday, J une 2 Griegs lownship, at Widener, Wednesday and Tiiursday, June tiriggs Township, at Democrat, I ridav. June 2*. Griggs Township, at Pound p md. Saturday, June 2T Madison Towushi) . at Madison. Monday and Tuesday. July 1 ,ul> at i-’ ,rr^' Hity at Court House, from' W. h -do All persons are urged to meet the Assessor at the above appointments and avoid penalties assessed by law JOHN W. HALL. Apiil 29, 1912. Assessor for St. Francis County, Aik. The Eclipse Pumper (\insists of a powerful FAIRBANKS MORSE GASOLINE ENGINE Mounted on the base of a ...Special Fairbanks-Morse Pump Jack... f an lie attached to any pump as shown See it Working at S. P. McDaniel & Son's Plumbing Shop.