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\Ve arc making a specialty this month of two press ing Hot Weather Necessities; VUDOR PORCH SHADES WHITE MOUNTAIN REFRIGERATORS. Full Line on disp’ay at prices cheaper than d.iin^ without. BECKER & LEWIS' ELKS lodge notice. rjTCin LODGE B P. 0. ELKS No 1219 Regular Meeting Nights . Third Tuesdays in each month at Odd ** Fellow s Hall. . (Mtlntr brethren cordiallv invited A and will be welcomed. fl A KNIGHT. Exalted Ruler R. W. BENSON, Secretary ■ Swat the fly I phene95 for Grapefruit. I Holsum Bread at Lawrence's. I <wat and the world swats with you. 'Breakfast Height Coffee. K C Olds. Flies are tlie forerunners of pesti lence Se< c. C. Weier for your Concrete Work. Renew v .r subscription to Tie Times. I, m Ferryn Carden Seeds at E. C. Old s. An undertaker's t raveling salesman -the fly Arkansas strawberries every day at Neblett's. Fine Larpe J.. ■> School Pickles at Neblett's. Pitted Cherries Raisins arid Cur rants at Law rence's Mr. >1 Rutsky was a business visi tor in Men.pl. :s \\ edntsday. Mr dm ilan.rr.ett, of Earle, was in the city M . nday on business. Weleli'O.r.ipf .1 rice, in four sizes. 10c. IV : ai.d -Noe, at Neblett 's For s.u itary I'..rp >ses Lime in lo> lac and 2‘-c packages Scott & Fer g.s- n. Just R- ■ ve-i Fresh line if fineo Choc ate r andies at Lawrence's Grocery. Mr I. I». Denham, of Marianna. *at-a b,'iness visit r in the city Monday Mr Estn ,-r, err.m’ if Marianna. *as a i- -.ness visitor in the city Tuesday FOR. RENT ' >ne f rnisiied fr- nt bed r Apt y to NIrs Lamiza H* w et'. ancm'.e n i-eh* aper t i.an ever Seee tl Weler. and let him figure »!tllj' . Mr la- .1 Murty spent Tuesday in Hayrit- i dug - .me plumbing f r Mr J J II ... - I'i i •■■■■' ». -'vet Spiced Pickles. fw«' M.\ed I ck es and Sour i’ic Pes. at K f • Mds. Eci- and Mens’ t’anvas T- nn s and Ha - papers and r-hoes. at the * ' d't'r. t > • • t ,^r Lee lay f Wider.er. was in 'he city s .• 4r,juv i, business and ing w.’i • rii uds "rv d Kurd returned last wet k jron3M,”i., >. where had been visit W nr - r. and fun. i y. LM* L v w. rd. < f Augusta, ar • ‘stiav ami is visiting her pister. Mis y. i »■ 'I'aylor. I Fir'iie c iivenience of our custo pre^e-arry irr.e for sanitary pur poses'i1 lie • and _‘.‘>c packages, j; rerguson. \T HIRST DEPARTMENT ^ > -a have not visited this Pooling. Inviting and Sat ls‘>ing department of our '-sines*, y.,u have missed a treat At our Soda Foun ari the same care and strVK‘e *s exercised as in PUr prescription depart IDeiJt' fn other words Uuthing tut the purest and b enter into our Soda iter. Our Soda Fountain ?ntjks nil! delight and re JM'sh you. 1>ay Ufc a visJt T INVIGORATE YOCRSELf WITH A ICl0Cs 1CE c*EAH soda or SUNDAE In DRUG STORE CBEB & CALDWELL. Ph. Gs. Wel/r <“onm‘te Curbings see C. <;. i VefJtables three times a I *t'tK Tuesday, l’l.ursdav and Satur day. Lawrence s Grocery. Si.erit, M Ii l ord, of Lee county, was m the city Monday on business ! ami mingling w ith friends Geputv SiierifT R S. Moore accom panied the protest delegation to Lit t.e Lock Sunday afternoon. Boy s full peg top knickerbocker pants, sizes up to 17 years Fusseil Gratiam-A Iderson < ’otnpany. Swe. ine of boy s knickerbocker Pants, sizes up to 17 year-, at Fussed G rah a rr.-A iderson Company‘s. We now have sunshine Cakes and i rackers. A full supply and a fresh ■ iiie. At Lawrence's Grocery. Mi--Jewel Louis Partridge spent Sato rdav in Haines, a charming guest of Mr and Mrs. Henry Bateman. Ladle- Shoes for Spring wear, oomp'ete new me ii iW on display at husst. -Graham-A iderson Company. Boy - knickerbocker and knee pants, fuJ peg top. sizes up to 17 years F. sse -Graham-Aidtrsc ii Company Mis Claudia Vinson of Colt, and her little sister Gladys spent Sunday at Bryansviile. gue-t’s of Mrs W W Bryan. We have everthitig in wearing ap parel for the men arid G \s. as well as for tlie ladies and girls, at tl,e YVar shavsky Store Mr- Sol Lewi-, and Mr. Harrv Lewis came over Sunday from Merri phi-to-pend the day with Mr. and Mr- hen Lew is. Mi— L-therf .nciI. who liad been visit ii.g for several days wi'h friends and reut’ive- in Helena, returned ii u,e W ednesday .!< hn 1 Wh trenton and Mr. Forn (’ x. of ti e V >n:i neiglibor i i >d. were in t ;,e city M nday after iio n and evening. Ladle-' Spring F 'wear in [ mps. tit-and oxfords, back. tan. white a ml > de nnw t-n display F.s-eli Grai am-A dersot) 1 mpany. Mr. K b i;. ns.,n .’eft Sunday after* i'-ii f, r St Lou :s on a business ri i . and buy goods to rep'enish iii> stock. He 11 -rued Th inlay m. ruing. Mrs Ro.fe K. I:idge eft Thursday nu ruing for (»reg :y. Arkansas, t visit I r a seas n with iier parents atid ' ti er relatives and friends. If y i have any (’ari enter Work it wi i ay > to see J \ViIsin. i r Church & Davis Sts Job work a specialty, a . w.-rk guaranteed. ( a and see 11 e p at 1 f o. r i ew ad diti n ' t lie city *f Fc t rest i 'ity Lots n- w icfi re . • - sal- K. gene Wi :arii' at Lank of Forrest City Mrs Laiider* s p,.« located in the \ ’gei residence at ti.e west end of North Front street and now prepared to care for roomers and boarders. Mr and Mrs Juiin Havens, and the children, f Wynne, came down Sat urday morning and spent the week i nd y isiting in mefolk and friends TAKEN I'l Wednesday, May i'J. (>n i f range onT. ni. small gray u.are brandedJ .1 -n left hip App.v to s. 1’ McDaniel, Forrest City. Ark. Mr and Mrs ( has McDaniel and Misee' Nonie Rogers, lrma Stevens and Kessie Mai Williams took an a..to ' rip to Wynne Sunday aftertax n. We i.ave j..st received a large ship ment of Ratine Lace and Insertion. The swellest thing out (or trimming tine dresses The Warshavsky store Miss Nannie Lou F ndren and Neil Gorman eft Wednesday morning via Rrinkley. for Holly Grove, where they will visit for a .season with Mrs. Fred Atkins. I>r. Alley, president (f the Board of Health, requests us to Mate that lie will sureiy persuade the citizens Mo put their premises in sanitary condition. W. L. Lawrence, nf the City Gro cery. has just installed a handsome piece of store furniture in the shape of a sanitary Bare Food Counter and display case. FOR SALE—Nice four-room cot tage. within two blocks of courthouse and within a short walk to main part of town. J. I Hawk, telephone at residence or office Miss AUeyne Roliwage, who has been attending school at Columbia. Tennessee, is among the charming school girls who are at home for the summer vacation. Messrs. Edwin Tully and Geo. Schmidt, of Madison, came over Monday afternoon to visit friends, on business and to attend a meeting of Odd Fellows Lodge. A Knoxville man willing to give others tlie benefit of a valuable ex perience is Ed Haines He is a well and sound man today because he took Foley Kidnev Pills at just the right time He says: ‘ After taking Fo ley Kidney Pills a few days the pain left my back and the kidney action became free and normal, and today I am a well, sound man." J. T. Sanders v k'arlu u.-e M 1 i-sts in l.arre - a? j E C. ((Id's. >ick headache results fr u a <!is •'rdered conditn n of ti t* stomach, arid can he cured by -** f Chamher itorlain - Stomach and Liver I t *>ts F* r sale by All Dealer-. Mr. O. 1’. Wo'.fT, who f r several ■ ni' nth- ha- lieen confined to hi- room and bed is some better at tills writ ing. and was able to sit up for awhile j on several days this week WANTED Twent-tive day a *r , ors at ¥h'o per day. for farm work Pay in cash every two wicks. work near Round Pond. Apply to Cha Fleming, Round Pond, Ark •I. M. II * w * * 1!. a popular druggist of Dreensburg, Ky . says. **We use Chamberlain's Cough Remedy in i ur own household and know it is ex cellent. “ For sale by Ail Dealers Judge T. < Folbre. who for several weeks bad been undergoing treat merit in a Memphis Sanitation was brought borne Tuesday, and. we are sorry to say, is not much improved in health. FOR (ORD JJ'N( IJF> Sardines. Chipped Beef, Corn Beef. Veal Loaf. Lunch Tongue. Pimento Cheese and Peanut Butter. Dill Pickles, Sweet Pickles and Sour Pickles. Law rence's Grocery. Sallow complexions due to a tor pid liver. HERBINE purities and strengthens the liver and bowels and restores the rosy bloom of health to the cheek. Price AOc. Sold by J. T. Sanders. Now is the time to yret rid of your rheumatism. You will find Cham berlain's Liniment wonderfully effec tive. «die application will convince you of its merits. Try it. For sale by All Dealers. Miss Heat rice McDaniel, who for several terms had been attending school at Columbia. Tennessee, re turn'd hon e Saturday morning hav iny graduated with honors, and finish ed her scholastic course. Mr J. Nims. of Clarendon, is a truest of Mr 'I'. .1 It isaland. Mr. Nims is an old St Francis county boy. and wanders back once in a while to vi-.it scenes of bis youth anti with his old time comrades. For soreness of the muscles whether induced by violent exercise or injury, Chamberlain's Liniment is excellent I hi- liniment is also highly esteemed j tor the relief it affords in cases of rheumatism. > Id by a,1 Dea;ers : F re*h \ ige'ah *-s on Wednesdays and >at.:rd.i\s at Old's Or .a ry. Mr. .! din Brewer, arrived as* Thursday t■> visit f r a few days witn Ids brother. Mr. \V. I! Brewer and with friends made during former stays in tlds city. ||e left Tuesday for Paris, Texas, where he will re side for a seas. n. LOST »'ll ST( >LKN (hie large white bull d"g on Sunday April ill. Pt|_ Answers by the name of I>an A lilkeial reward will be paid for re turn or any information bv 1! F Me t'rarv, Forrest City, or F. (. Me < rary, Parkin. Ark Warm spring davs produce a feel ing of drowsiness if the Ixxiy is loaded with tl.e impurities of winter diet. Cleanse the blood, liver and bowels with Pricklv Ash Ititters. it creates energy and cheerfulness. .1 T >an ders. Special Agent Mrs, l W. Williams, if Wynne, who had been a guest of her parents. Col. and Mrs Van B. l/.ard. for several days, !ep Monday evening for her home, accompanied by her nelce, Miss Fannie 1/ard who will visit with her for several dsys. Mr. dim I>ei»osiu came down from DeBossltt Bros' Fishing Lake Plan tation Saturday afternoon, and spent that night and part of Sunday in the city. Mr. Jim states that lie has a tine stand of cotton and that Ids other crops are doing nicely. FOR SALE One dining table, one sofa, one washstand. one sideboard,' one center table, one iron bed, mat tress and springs. Will sell entire lot for $20. Furniture can be seen at residence of Mrs A. (>. Wilson, or see Frank Zeperske, at the Forrest Cit\ Box Factory. FOR SALE I must sell off some of my breeding stock of White Or-! pingtons. and am making a special offer while they iast. of four liens and a rooster for •iv These birds are guaranteed good thoroughbred stock and are well worth twoor three times the money. Tom O'Brien. Is there anything in all this world that is of more importance to you . than good digestion? Food must he eaten to sustain life and must he digested and converted into blood. W hen the digestion fails the whole body suffers. Chamberlain's Tablets area rational and reliable cure for | indigestion They increase the flow ; of bile, purify the blood, strengthen the stomach, and tone up the w hole digestive apparatus to a natural and healthy action. For sale by All I >ealers. pring is Disinfectants Will Be Needed, and we Have Them! -art x 1 ip. ('ar'ti )lic Acid. S . pliur. ' ppera*. and Formaldehyde (.NAT ' >1L and C ITRONELLF. Far !■ lies and Gnats.) J. S. SHIELDS & CO. The Prescription Druggists 1 Welch's Grape Juice at Lawrence s REMEMBER--AH Stock on hand of Bankrupt The J. W. Beck Com pany, is to be closed out at ACTUAL COST. Be sure to get prices on this merchandise before buying. We have _\et on hand about one third of the bip stock of farminp im plements. leather poods and hard ward nf The J W Heck ( ■•. We ex pect to close out balance of stock re pardless of cost. li W Henson & (Jo Misses Genevieve and r.velyn Het t us arrived Thursday afternoon from Nasi ville Tennessee. wiierc they ''art t*>en Httendine school, aiid are at home for the summer holidays, much t" t tie del ip lit of t Lliir h' st of friends. Miss Mat tie Mann, who had been ; attendinp Helmont t'oilepe at Nash ville. Tennessee, was amonp the van puard of ebarminp school plrls arriv inpat home for thes..turner vacation, she bavinp come last >aturda.v tnc rn inp. I he dry weather of the pa-t few ; days lias brought the roads out in ; tine shape, and as a consequence, all j tlie fortunate possessors of a..tns are working them overtime, and likewise tlie garage man is putting in full ! time. .Mrs (' VV. backs. Mr- .1 A Loo ney. and ti e latter lady's two lovely I little daughters, Lois and Alice | Eloise. arrived Sunday from their I home in Wynne, to visit for a few days with their mother, Mrs Allie Pope. Parhed wire cuts, ragged wounds, collar and harness galls, heals up i quickly when MALLARD'S SNOW L1N1MEMT is applied. It is both i healing and antiseptic. Price Luc. 50c and H.OO per bottle. Sold by J. | T Sauders. Mrs W. S. Graiiam who for several 1 months lias been sojourning in llot | Springs undergoing treatment tor ! rheumatism, is at home again, hav j ing arrived tlie first of the week. and. we are glad to note, is much improv ed in health. If you eat something that disagrees with you don’t let it work its own way through, Its a slow process and makes you feel bad Get rid of it quickly by taking a pinch of I)R. M. A. SIMMON S LIVER MEDICINE and wash it down with a swallow of water. It drives out impurities in tlie stomach and bowels and vou feel bet j ter immediately Price 25cts. Sold by j City Drug Stroe Mr. S r McDaniel and Mr. Oils s'even- left >at. rriav afternoon to i spend Sunday at the'( lescent club House, n ak ng the trip in a gasoline neat, and Mr- S’evens accompanying them a- far as the Casteel place, where she sli pped to visit with i.er s'ster. Mrs (lordcn Castee1. Mr. anii Mr- Henry Bateman, who have been visitors for two weeks w itli ' iieir part nts Mr and Mrs. \v w. Bryan, at Prvanville, left Saturday * morning on the early train by wav of Helena, and stopped off at Marvel to spend one dav and night with Mr and Mrs It. K Pasley. and tlien re turned to ti.eir horn*- at ( arendon. Mr. ( lias Fieri.ins'. of-U und Pond, was in the city Wednesday on busi ness and mingling with friends. Mr. Fleming states that he is badly in need of labor, and his visit here was : made for the purpose of securing help for his farm work. He says that his farm work is progressing nicely and that he has a good stand of cotton. Dizziness, vertigo, (blind staggers) -allow complexion, flatulence are symptoms of a t rpid liver. No one can feel well whne the liver is inac tive. Illlli I ,\ K is a powerf .1 liver stimulant A dose or two will cause all bilious syii pt >ms to disappear. ! Try it. Price .r.he. Sold hv J. T. Sandeis. Mallory .v Lidridge have an adver tisement in this paper in which they announce that they have purchased the stock of buggies and harness of the Leech \ Scott Stables, and that they are now offering the same at bargain prices. The Northside Livery Stable is now tetter prepared than ever to handle The trade, and respect fully asks a-hare of the public pa t ronage. KEEP COOL—Keep out of tlie kitchen these hot summer evenings, 1 serve cold lunches. Look over the! : tempting array of canned goods, and | other edibles, suitable for these lunches, which Neblett is offering: Sardines, Salmon, Chipped Beef. Corned Beef, Roast Beef, Veal Loaf. Chicken Loaf. Lunch Tongue. I’otted | Ham. Vienna Sausage. Pork and Leans. Peanut Butter. Pickles and Olives. Neblett. the Grocer. CASTOR IA For infants and Children. The Kind You Have Always Bought Bears the Bi^nature of ROYAL RAKING POWDER Absolutely Pure The only Baking Powder made fromRoyalCrapeCreamofTartar WO ALUM, NO LIME PHOSPHATE St Bernard Okr.i and Blood Bed Beet's, at < >ld s (irocerv Mrs ( B Palmer, the wife of a well known merchant >f Little Bock. Ark, always recommends Foley's Honey and Tar Compound for coughs and colds, and says Mv little boy, when he had the measles, had a severe tough which grew so bad he could not sleep nights. (tne bottle of Foley’s Honey and Tar Compound completely cured him. He lias not been bothered since. .1. T. Sanders. In the whole tield of medicine there is not a healing remedy that will repair damage to the flesh more quickly than BALLARD’S SNOW LINJMEMT. in cuts, wounds, sprains, burns, scalde and rheuma tism, its healing and penetrating power is extraordinary Price 26c, •60c and $1.00 per bottle. Sold by .1 T Sanders. In order that its congregation may have opportunity to participate in the Baccalaureate Service of Crowley Ridge Institute, which is to be held on Sunday morning at 11 o'clock in the Kaptist Church, the usual morn ing service at the Church of the Good Shepherd will be held at ten o'clock, Sunday School will begin at 0:15 o'clock. Edward T. Mabley. rector. When the babv take too much food the stomach turns: the result is in digestion. sourness and vomiting, frequently the bowels are involved and there is colic pains and diarrhea McGEE'S BABY ELI X I R is a grand corrective remedy lor the stomach and bowel disorders of babies. It is pure, wholesome and pleasant to take Price 25c and 50c per bottle. Sold by J. T. Sanders. All the Drummer's Sample Dresses and Skirts have arrived and are now on display for your benefit, at the Warshavskv Store. Come and see them. 200 Whipcord Skirts, $12quali tv. going at $5. Another lot. $15 quality, going at $7 Cream Serge Skirts. $10 quality, at $5. 150 High Top Corduroy Skirts. $.: quality $l.tis. Another lot. $2 quality, at os cents Sale starts Monday, continues until goods are disposed of. Impurities in the blood produced by digestive disorders must be driven out before hot weather sets in, other wise sickness will appear at a time when a strong vigorous hotly is most needed. Prickly Ash Bitters will ex pel all impurities and put the system it perfect order. I T Sanders, Spec ial Agent The second third and fourth grade pupils of Crowley Ridge Institute, under the guidance of their respec tive teachers. Missess( lara Bridewell, Stella Doyle and Lollle Hamblelou, enjoyed adays pienje outing at Nor tieet Springs Thursday. All the pic ! nic accessoaies were on hand, swings, innocent childhood games, lemonade iii abundance, an appetizing and temptingditmerspreadon the ground, and an altogether lovely time was iiad. >Irs .! (' Martin t:!2 Ninth Ave. North. Nasnv iile. Term.. t as tienetited hy tlie healing and tonic qualities of Foley Kidnev Fills, and is willing that others 'li tld flu ikewisc. She says: "I suffered with kldi.ey trouble and had a'even- pain a ross n y hack and felt ail tired out Foley Kidney Fills helped at on- e an 1 in a short time entirely relieved and mvig rated me.’’ J. T. Sanders There are people in 'his town who unthinkingly neglect a mere cold" though they would n >t otherwise ex pose their children or themselves to danger. Yet a cold neglected may develop into contagious dlptheria. bronchitis, or pneumonia I'se Fo leys Honey and Tar Compound promptly for it stops coughs quickly and cures colds It contains no opiates and is safe for children. .1 T. Sanders. Miss Mildred i'erkins returned on Thursday of last week from Waller ville. Miss . where she had been to at tend the wedding of Miss DoliyeCam* tnel to Mr. \V F. Robertson, of Ca ruthersville, Mo., which event was solemnized at the home of the bride's parents in Wallerville on Tuesday. May 14th, Rev. Royd. of the Presbyte rian church, officiating. The wedding was a quiet home affair, there being only a few relatives and intimate friends of the happy couple present on account of the ill health of the bride's mother. The bride is well known to quite a number of our people, having lived here fur several years, but for the last few years she has lived with her parents in Mississippi. The groom is a nativeof < aruthersville, Mo , and is a prosperous young farmer and real estate man The couple left at once for the Missouri town, where they will in future make their home. ’ The Times join their other friends in all congratulations and best wishes. Fresh si raw iterries daily at Law rence's. i. I he Musical Kecital given last Tues day evening at the residence of Mrs. Ldw Holes'm, hy Miss Nina Klock and Mr. Edward Scldosser, was an ar tistic and financial success, unite a neat little sum being realized for the purpose for which it was given—the Ladies(>uild of the Episcopal Church. W- A; Klines, Huston, La , finds holey Kidney Fills to l>e tonic in action and quick in results, lie says: ”1 took Foley Kidney Fills according to directions and 1 must confess the results have, been marvelous. 1 re commend them to all who have kid ney or bladder trouble.” .1. T. Sanders. "What/s in a name?” The word “bitters" does not always indicate something harsh and disagreeable. Prickly Asii Hitters is proof of this. It cleanses, strengthens and regulates the system thoroughly, yet it is so pleasant the most delicate stomach will not object to it. .1. T. Sanders, Special Agent. C.eo, P. Taylor Lodge 19*;, I.O. O. F. w > I observe Sunday .Tune loth as mortal Day. All members are re <1 'hi d to meet at I. O. O. F. hall at 2 1 p in., and at 3 p.m. march to g vc * ard, w here appropriate service re*reeling their deceased members, w • i>e held. All members in regular attendance are especially requested to attend. If you want to buy or build a house anywhere if you own a lot and want to build thereon if you want to borrow money on business or resi dence property already owned, or to improve property if' you have any building nr house owning ideas what ever get in touch with Janies I. Ilawk, office in I'ettus liuilding, and you will find that we are in position to help you get what you want. H. T. Hunt, bid Chapel St., Hot Springs. Ark., ha- proved the valve of Foley Kidney Pills as an effective medicine for kidney and bladder troubles. ' I was in pretty bad shape when I got some of Foler Kidney Pills, but they cured the pain, and my Kidneys act normally and there is no longer any sediment. I am cured of all kidney trouble by Foley Kidney Hills." J. T, Sanders.' School Flection. 1 he annual school election for Spe cial District No. 7 was held last Sat urday. Two directors were to be elected. Much indifference was mani fest in tlds election, and it was with difficulty that judges and clerks could lie secured, and but a very small vote was cast. The following is Hie official ret urns: First Ward. W. J. Lanier...... T. O. Fitzpatrick. i;:j E. J. P’Pool. . For 7 Mills Tax.j153 For ■'> Mills Tax. " 11 Against Tax...!! il Second Ward. W. .1. Lanie.72 'I'. (> Fitzpatrick .'. 00 E .1 P Pool . ;4 For 7 .Mills Tax. ... 07 Against i ax—.; 0 Third Ward W .1. Lanier. tut T. t». Fitzpatrick. . E .1 P'Pooh .. 51 For 7 Mills Tax.lot) Against Tax ... 5 MINT FOR SALE On account of press of busi ness. and having too much work for one man to prop erly attend to, I have de cided to offer for sale at exactly what it cost me— dollar for dollar—THE IMPERIAL THEATRE. For exact price and other particulars call on or write JOHN MALOUF, F'orrest City, Ark. MONEY TO LOAN! We are prepared to mafce loans on improved city property in sums from *200 up to any amount de s red. payable in monthly installments, interest at 5 per cent. Loans may run from 2 to 10 years St. Francis County Abstract Company offtcr «i CouruuHHf A. E. Matthews, Prop.