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Many articles of furniture Lave been sold during tbe
past week at terribly low figures.
better come quick.
lo-gular Meeting Nights
to»rd and Fourth Thurwiiy Nijhts in each ntcsth
at Odd Fellow's Hall.
All visiting brethren cordially invited
and will lie welcomed.
e A KNIGHT. Exalted Raler.
R. W. BENSCN, Secntary
Cut your grass and weeds.
Country Honey at Nebletfs.
Holsum Bread at Lawrence’s.
Welch’s Grape Juice at Lawrence's
pure Maple Syrup at Scott & Fergu
For Concrete Curbings see C. G.
Free land cc ncert tonight—Shields'
Fine Large Juicy School Pickle*- at
Neblett *
Keep the grass and weeks from
your sidewalk.
Fresh Cream Bread every day at
Klondike Bakery.
Wheel* r'- Adjustable Screen* at
Flop's Hardware.
Mr. C C F’ogg. of Wideuer. was in
the city Wednesday.
Pitted (Perries. Raisins and Cur
rant-- at I - rence's.
Mr. O ie sherrod, of Madison. was
in the city M nduy.
P’ain ar.d Galvanized Wire Cloth
at K Hardware.
Salad Pressings and Clyster Cocktail
at Scott \ L'erg is* u.
Mr. G* rge Rumage, of lleth, was
in the city Saturday.
“P*e*'c!i v- t" ''lice*! Rac<.>u in jars
at Scott M l'erg .-on.
Jersey i'. . .. N >rth f town, *J
season. II. W. Lewis.
Squire W V McLaren, • f Gc si win,
was :11 • .1 :• itv ■'aturday
Mr. W i Moore was a visitor in
Cotton I an; Wednesday.
Screen 0<'<>rs froiti $1 no and up
wards at K ’/ Hardware
.iotin I.vt-n ,v ('o s Farm Impie*
nients at K t/ s Hardware.
'i ake a taste of our 15c per pound
candies Neblett, Tiie Grocer.
Mrs Mary Hoyle left Sunday morn
ing for a sltort Gsjt to Memphis.
Weicii s (irape Juice, in four sizes,
10c, 15c, 25c and 50c, at Neblett’s.
Nice freslj line "Telmo" Janos. Jel
lies and 1‘reservesat Scott & Ferguson.
FOR UK NT Two unfurnislied
roonis Address F., care Tunes office
Hie K.cndikts Fresli Cream Tread
is the best i n eart ti. Give it a trial.
Mrs I |; Terry left for McCrory
“Undav ; visit friends fora few days.
I'eputy sheriff H S. Moore, spent
Sunday wit!, homefolks at l’alestine.
FOR KENT New three-room
ll0use' ■Jrkfe front a back porches,
firyden. the l'liotograpber.
"e are gi ing out of tiie dry goods
business 1 rices cut to rock bottom
ngurts ts c ise out. il.Jt. Neblett.
^ 'ten vou hare ' a thirst”
,nl -taste it on a poor
beverage, but quench it
With one of our cool,
Piquant, delicious
MaITKP, what your favor
p ite may be. Plain Soda,
> ida or Sundae, we will
rve ir tu you here BEST!
trv us
' Rub-My- J ism will cure you.
I’.ain and S: fftd olives at Scott &
r erguson.
. ! . Crabtree, of Widener,
dav Ul thecl,J Wef1nesday arid Thurs
Mr. F red Sbreeve, of I‘roc tor. was a
busmens visitor in the city Wednes
Mr S. M. Blalock was in the citv
.Monday afternoon, enroute to Mem
John J)eere & Co's
Riding Cultivators at
Walking and
Klotz's Hard
Just Received—F’resh line of finest
Chocolate Candies, at Lawrence’s
C oncrete Work is cheaper t^.an ever.
t?ee ( . Weier, and let him figure
with you.
Spalding's (>t1icial Tennis Guides
for 10)2— just out and on sale a* Tlie
Mr. t)c Jeffries, of McCrory, was
in the city Thursdav and Friday on a
social visit.
Shaker Bre ad, bet ter*} an - moth
er used to make, fresh daily at Scott
N Ferguson.
Mr. W. M Partridge left Wednes
day for Memphis, enroute to Mineral
'• Wells, Texas.
H)B RENT—Five room house.
: city wi-.ter. garden, lot, and outhouses
i T. < >. Fitzpatrick.
.We are still selling ?1 quality
White Y< Pe at 2-'e per yard. The
I W arshav.-ky Store.
I 1 < >R > A LE—Two-year- .Id register
ed < lie bitch, wortii will sell for
■flo. 'i on, ( hprien.
I! .ndrtds cd bargain-) in table and
kjtcent ware, at he, 10c and 25c. i
Neblett, The '-rocer.
Fresh Vegetables three times a
week Tuesday, Thursday and Satur
day, Lawrence's Grocery.
< »n Tuesday evening Mr-. Linn T..r
.'•> e! ariniugiv entertained the Tues
day Livening Bridge Club.
1 Squire Lee Nugent, of Palestine,
was in tlie city Saturday on business
and mingling with friends.
Mr. F. M. Cheney, of Madison, was
in tlie city Saturday to attend tlie
funeral of VY E. Williams.
Miss Dorothy Ihingan.of Little Hock
arrived Tuesday and is a delightful
guest of the Misses Pettus.
Kodak Finishing and Developing—
Developing Wets per roll. Prints oO
cts per dozen A. I>. Hoyle.
| Boy's full peg top Knickerbocker
pants, sizes up to 17 years. Fussell
iiraliarn-Alderson Company.
Swell line of boy's Knickerbocker
pants, sizes up to 17 years, at Fussell
Graham-AIderson Company's.
We now have Sunshine Cakes and
Crackers A full supply and a fresh
j line. At Lawrence's Grocery.
Mr. < >scie Walker, of Palestine,
was in tDe city Wednesday on busi
ness and mingling with friends.
We are receiving another car of
! “White Crest’’ Flour, every sack
guaranteed. Scott \ Ferguson.
Miss Pauline Pipkin, of Marianna,
i arrived Monday and is a charming
guest of Miss Elizabeth Hoshall.
Rep S F. Sulcer, of Palestine, was
in town Mondry attending a meeting
of the Confederate Pension Board.
Miss Annita Carder left Monday
evening for Denver, Colorado, to visit
until October first, with relatives.
i Mr. Chas. McDaniel carried a party
to Wynne Wednesday morning using
Mr. Me's , Premier car for the trip.
Ladies’ Shoes for Spring wear,—
complete new line now on display at
Fussell-Grabam-Alderson Company.
' Boy's knickerbocker and knee pants,
full peg top, sires up to 17 years.
Fussell-Graham-Alderson Company.
Miss Fannie May Wood, of Searcy,
was in tiie city Sunday morning be
tween trains euroute to Marianna on
a visit.
Mr. and Mrs. A. Boysen, of Wheat
lev, spent the day in the city Satur
day on business, and mingling with
Miss Anna Roleson left Friday for
Memphis to visit for a week or ten
days with her friend, Mrs. W. P.
Rev. A. C Thompson, of Wynne,
was in the city Monday enr >ute home
from Palestine, where i.e preached
5 or « doses w ill break any case
of (’lulls & Fever; and if taken then
as a tonic tiie Fever will not return.
Price _'jC.
Mrs. Chas. McDaniel, who had been
spending several weeks w ith home
folks in Little Rock, returned Friday
Schram’s Fruit Jars, pints, quarts
and half gallons. Best on earth and
tiie least trouble and at the least
price II. R. Neblett. Tiie Grocer.
Rul*Mv-Tism will cure you.
Fruit lars and Jelly Glasses at Neb
lett, the Grocer. Phone J4.
Miss Jessie Srite. of Paragould, ar
rived Sunday and will spend a couple
of weeks,as a charming guest of Miss
Nell Staats.
Mrs. Mat Harlow, of Memphis, came
over Monday afternoon to visit her
parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. II Havens
and family.
Miss Bertha Hinton, of Wynne, ar
rived Wednesday to visit for' a season
with her cousins. Misses Lelia and
Alma Brown.
F< >1! SALE New seven-room house
and lot on South Rosser street, just
below Hr. Alley's residence. Appy to
C. G. Weier.
Mr. Jamie Gwynn. who has i»een
attending a business college in Mem
phis for several months, returned
home Sunday.
Mr. Atkins Johnson, of the Naylor*
Johnson farm, was in the city Satur
day. mingling with friends and trans
acting business.
^rs G E. Parker left Thursday
for Hiawatha. Kansas, to spend the
summer with hoinefoik and lelatives
of her husband.
Mr Louis Havens, who has been
attending business college in Mem
phis, returned home Monday evening
for a short visit.
Mrs. J T. Jenkins, of Nashville.
I ennessee. who had been a guest of
Mrs. Blanche Wilkins, returned to
her home Friday.
Mr and Mrs. W. E. Chitty, of Mc
( rary, spent the first of the week in
the city, guests of Mr. and Mrs. J. B.
Terry and family.
Miss Felice Scull, of Little Rock,
accompanied Mrs. Chas. McDaniel
home last Friday, and is a charming
guest of that lady. .
Mr. Tom Tarver came over Tues
day evening on business and spent
the niglit here, returning to Widener
Wednesday morning.
F:ee hand concert this (Friday)
evening, s to 10 o'clock, on Shields'
corner.by the Citizens Concert Band.
New music, good program.
Miss Lyda Terry, and Miss Evelyn
Sims, of Marvell, who has been lier
guest for a week or ten days, lett
Monday afternoon for Little Rock to
spend a few flays. They expected to
go from Little Rock to' Hot Springs
for a short \i-it before their return.
It pa vs to trade at Neblett’s.
Mis. E. S. Rolling and Mrs. Chas
Howes, who for two months have
been guests of Mrs. Blanche Wilkins,
returned Saturday evening to their
home in California.
Mrs. Lef Winship, of Poplar Bluff,
Missouri, who had came down to at
tend the funeral of her father, Hon.
. E. Williams, returned Tuesday
evening to her home.
W A NTED—Ffteen tie makers,
good timber, to make good main line
ties Will pay 11 cents per tie. and
pay everv two weeks, ( lias Fleming,
Round Pond. Arkansas.
Mrs. George Taylor, who has l>een
in bad health for the past week or
ten days, left Monday morning h r
Hot Springs, accompanied by her
aunt, Mrs. 1. W Mallory.
Messrs, Fenner Eldridge, John W,
Alderson and Edw. Rolescn went
over to Wheatley Monday afternoon
on a short visit to look* after crop
conditions in that section.
State Land Commissioner Reuben
G. Dye, accompanied bv bis deputy,
Mr. Owen, came over Friday morn
ing to attend the funeral of the la
mented Mr. W. E. Williams.
For summer diarrhoea in children
always give Chamberlain's Colic,
Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy and
castor oil. and a speedy cure is cer
tain. For sale by all dealers.
Miss Elizabeth Winfield, who been
visiting her father, Mr. John Win
field, and her aunties, and grand
mother, returned to her mother's
home in Argeuta Monday afternoon.
In warm weather Prickly Ash Bit-,
ters helps vour staying qualities, j
Workers who use it occasionally stand :
the heat better and are less fatigued
at night. J. T. Sanders, Special
Chipped Beef. Corn Beef, Veal Loaf,
Lunch Tongue. Pimento Cheese and
Peanut Butter, Dill Pickles, Sweet
Pickles and Sour Pickles Lawrence's J
In the^e days of high cost of living,
a medicine that gets a man up out of
j bed and able to work in a few days is
1 a valuable and welcome remedy. John
: Heath, Michigan Bar. Ca!., had kid
1 ney and bladder trouble, was confined
| to his bed. unable to turn without
help. "l commenced using Foley
Kidney Bills and can truly say I was
relieved at ' nee.'' His example is
worth following. J. T. Sanders.
pring is 3tere!
Disinfectants Will Be Needed, and we Have Them!
Sanox I*ip. Carbolic Acid. Sulphur.
Copperas, and Formaldehyde.
(For Hies and Gnats.)
The Prescription Druggists
See C. G. Weier for your Concrete
Mr. W. .1 Golightly, who is now
living on tlie Cache river, spent
Sunday and part of Monday in this
city visiting with his family.
Misses Annie Laura Alar ley. arriv
ed Wednesday from tier home in
Summer, Mississippi, and is a charm
ing guest, of the Misses i’ettus.
Mr. F. Ii. Thurman, genial travel
ing salesman out of Memphis, was in
the city Saturday calling on his
trade and mingling with friends.
Call and see the plat of our new ad
dition to the city of Forrest City.
Lots now offered for sale. Eugene
Williams at Bank of Forrest City
Mrs. W. E. Williams who since the
sudden death of her husband, has
been almost prostrated, and quite ill,
is reported as some better at this
w riting.
Miss Esther Louise Bryan, the
second daughter of Mr. and Mrs. W.
W. Bryan, is spending the week in
Marvell, a guest of Mr. and Mrs. It.
E. Posey.
Miss Blanche Ferguson, who for
two weeks had been visiting relatives
and friends in the city, returned to
Nashville, Tennessee, on Wednesday
of last week.
Sheriff M. II. Ford of Lee county,
passed through the city Tuesday
morning, enroute to Little Hock to
make his annual settlement with the
state auditor.
Memphis, Tenn., and Madison,
Ark., have an ice war. At the for
mer place ice is selling at Kic per 100
pounds, and in the latter place at 2oc
per loo pounds.
Watch for the announcement of
the big sale at the Warsh&vsky Store
which will appear in next week’s
issue of The Times. There will be
something lifting.
The IteValls Bluff base ball team
passed through the city last Saturday
morning, enroute home from Wynne,
where they had played a game the
afternoon before.
Mr. Gordon Casteel came up from
his farm Saturday to visit for a day
or two with Mrs. Casteel, who is
(juite ill at the home of her sister.
Mrs. < His Stevens.
, Mr.T. A. Buford, we understand,
| lias purchased the I'ssery property
just south of the Will Moore home,
and contemplates erecting thereon a
handsome home to cost 10000 or 17000.
Mr. Johu Waterman has the contract.
Miss Gertrude Connolly, of Little
Rock arrived Sunday to visit for a
couple of days with her relatives, l>r.
and Mrs. L. H. Merritt and family,
returning to her home Tuesday
Mrs. L. Goldstein and her two
children. Isadore and Minnie, arrived
Wednesday morning from their home
in St. Louis, to visit for a brief sea
son with Mrs. Goldstein’s sister. Mrs.
Sam Burd.
Sprains require careful treatment.
Keep quiet and apply Chamberlain's
Liniment freely. It will remove the
soreness and quickly restore the parts
to a healthy condition. For sale by
all dealers.
Mr Ilolfe Eldridge and Miss Emma
Eldridge left Tuesdav morning for
Gregory, where tliey will visit with
Mrs. Eldridge and tlie baby, who are
spending the summer visiting that
lady's homefolk.
FOU SALE—Ten-vearo!d horse, 1
buggy and harness. Horse will work ,
any where and is a good saddler. $100
cash or good bankable paper takes
the outfit. This is a bargain Forrest
City Furniture Co.
Mrs. Laura Morrelle, stopped off at
Forrest City Wednesday afternoon,
enroute to her home in Memphis
from Hot Springs, and visited her
uncle, Colonel Ed Landvoigt and The
j Times family this week.
It. H. Winfield & Company arean
nouncing in this issue of The Times
a Kig Midsummer Clearing Sale to
begin Monday. July 20. and to con
tinue for ten days.’ 1 will pay you to
wait and see their offerings.
Mi'S Elizabeth Gatling and Mro < >.
X WarrenTeft Monday evening for
an extended visit, in ( hocowinity.
Washington and Nags Head, North
Carolina, and Norfolk. Virginia, and
other points in these two states.
X J. Gorham. Cashier Bank of
Woodviile, Woodville. Ga.. had a very
severe attack of kidney trouble and
the pains in his Kidneys and back
were terrible I got a bottle of Fo
ley Kidney Hill from our druggist and
they entirely relieved me. 1 have
more benefit from them than any
other medicine." J. T. Sanders.
For Infants and Children.
The Kind You Have Always Bought
Bears the sp
, Signature of \
We are prepared to m
property in so ins from
s red, payable in moot
5 per cent. Loans n
St. Francis County
olfice m Courthouse A, E. Mat
room residence, 2 porches, chicken
house, cow shed, good ience, in good
condition, gt >d sized lot. in l’ettus &
Williams additi n. James 1. Hawk,
Mr. Arch 1’ryor, of lleth, was in tHe
citv Monday evening and Tuesday
morning on business, was a pleasant
caller at The Times oflice, and has
our thanks for a cash payment on
Mrs. Bob Myers and the baby, little
Bob. left yesterday for Little Rock
to visit for a season with Mrs. Fete
Ring Mrs. Ring, who had been
visiting the Myers’ here since Sunday
accompanied them.
The governor on Saturday gave out
his announcement of his appoint
ments for election commissioners for
the state, naming Messrs. T. A. Bu
ford, N. B. Nelson and II. W. Robin
son. as his appointees for this county.
I>r. C. S. Aldrich lias a card amongst
the professional announcements in
tiiis issue of The Times, in which lie
announces among other things that
lie is the only veterinary in tlie coun
ty who lias a veterinary- certificate.
Mr. R. J. Izard left Tuesday morn
ing on an extended business trip
throughout tlie southwestern part of
tlie state, expecting to visit Little
Rock. Malvern. Luke Village, Pres
cott and other points in that section.
Keep your system in perfect order
and you will have health1 even in the
most sickly season. The occasional
use of Prickly Ash Bitters will insure
vigor and regularity in all the vital
organs’. J. T. Sanders, Special Agent.
Mrs. J. T. Brown, accompanied by
the two children. Jack and little Miss
Liilian left Thursday morning for
Brookhaven. Mississippi, where they
will spend the summer rid probably
t lie winter with Mr.-. Brown’s
If you feel ' blue." No account,”
lazy, you need a good cleaning out.
IILI!BINE is tiie right thing for
that purpose It stimulates the liver
tones up the stomach and purities
the bowels. Price 50c. Sold by J T.
Capt. J. Stern, left Monday
night for his old home in Waterman.
Illinois, to spend the summer. He
forwarded his auto by freight, and
expects a good time. Maybe not be
disappointed, and return to us in re
newed health.
Never leave home on a journey
without a bottle of Chamberlain’s
Colic. Cholera and Diarrhu a Reme
dy. It is almost certain to he needed
and cannot be obtained when on
board tlie cars or steamships. For
sale by all dealers.
Squire W. S. Nugent of No. 1,
Fiddling street: John Stutts and
Bert Nugent, both tiddlers also; Olie
Nugent and Ev Perry, guitar plavers,
were all in the city Saturday. These
gentlemen have furnished music
every Saturday night for the last
two months for tlie ice cream suppers
given in their (the Sloniker Mill)
neighborhood, and are reputed to
be tlie classiest bunch of real sure
enough musicians that ever came
down tlie pike They called at The
Times office during their stay in the
ro LOAN!
ake loans on improved city
$.’O0 up to any amount de
lly installments, interest at
iay run from 2 to 10 years.
Abstract Company
thews, Prop.
Attorney Walter Gorman returned
Tuesday from a several days trip thru
Arkansas on legal business, lie says
that the condition of the crops is
dreadful, the plant nearly everywhere
looking like a yellow streak through
the grass and weeds.
At the Crescent Club Saturday
night and Sunday were Mr. and Mrs.
S I\ McDaniel. Mr. and Mrs. Chas.
McDaniel. Miss Felice Scull, (of Lit
tle Dock) Miss Mary Gorman, Miss
Allie Heard, (of Howell.) and Messrs.
Henry Gorman and Otis Stevens.
If you have no appetite for your
meals something is wrong with your
digestion, liver or bowels. Prickly
Ash Hitters cleanses and strengthens
the stomach, purities the bowels and
creates appetite, vigor and cheerful
ness. J. T. Sanders, Special Agent.
Jesse Hess, who on Monday was
arrested charged with having forged
Hugh McCormick’s name on an order
for $.'t. was given a preliminary hear
ing Wednesday morning before Squire
Carr, and bound over under #2-r»0 bail
to await tbe action of the grand jury.
Light in your busiest season when
you have t he least time to spare you
are most likely to take diarrhoea and
los' several days’ time, unless you
ha-" Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera
am Dlarrhoa- Remedy at hand and
tai a dose on the first appearance of
tin iisease. For sale by all dealers.
Pud worms on corn have become
very annoying and destructive, and
this remedy furnished by Mr. Lon
Pippin has proven very efficacious:
A sprinkle of Paris Green early in the
morning, while the dew Is fresh. He
has tried it and says it kills the pests
Stings or bites of insects that are
followed by swellings, pain or itching
should be treated promptly, as they
are poisonous. MALLARD'S SNOW
LIN IM ENT counteracts the poison.
It Is both antiseptic and healing.
Price 25c, obc and $1.00 per bottle.
Sold by J. T. Sanders,
Miss Elsie Rose, competent and
charming chief operator at the local
S W. T. iV T. exchange, returned
Monday morning after a two-weeks’
vacation visit spent at her obi home
in Carlisle. ^it* was accompanied by
Mis- Alice Thompson, who will visit
with her here for a few weeks. Both
young ladies spent. Monday afternoon
in Helena.
Every home where there Is a baby
there should also tie a bottle of Mc
j needed at any time to correct sour
stomach, wind colic,diarrhoea or sum
mer complaint.. It is a wholesome
. remedy, contains no opium, morphine
or injurious drug of any kind. Price
25c and 50c per bottle. Sold by T.
Mrs. E L. Vadakin, accompanied
by tDe ciiiidren. Edward and little
Miss Grace, returned home Wednes
day morning after a long a very
pleasant, visit with Mrs. Vadakin’s
parents and homefolk in Owosso,
Michigan, and in Toledo, and Cleve
land, Ohio, and finally with Mr. and
Mr- Townsend and family in Shelby
ville. They were accompanied from
the latter place by Miss Edith Vada
kin. w|io haH just finished her high
school course in that clfy. having
graduated this spring, and'who will
make her home 4n this city.
You can make
your feed-box pay
for a motor car—here’s
how one salesman did it
m He figured out that he could double his
M earning capacity with a Erush and asked his
¥ employer to get one for him, but his era
r ployer, who owned a big car, laughed at him
-—told him it would cost too much.
So the salesman offered to buy and maintain a In eighteen months he saved the cost of hit
Brush at his own exptri.se, it his employe! Hrush car out ofthe livery allowance—and great*
would continue the usw.1 livery allowance. lylnt teased his value to his firm. Now his em
His employes agreed. pioycr equips all bis salesmen with Brush cars.
Men Id all lire* cf hv-.r. r«-?a!rfir.pr), Store
keepers, Insurance rr.tD, }h;s:_ :*r, I;.rv. > rrf
Tradesmen, etc.—are real: ng tf.rt *’ e Eruib
extends t fir territory, icr n-ases thc^r earning
capacity and r . vfs Time and money.
The Liberty-Brush has j laced a real automobile
within the n tans of Everyman. The records
of the Brush prove conclusively that It allords
cKcr: rr transportation than the horse, trolley
ertra.n. It is the create ft utility ar.-i eron
tu»y car ever pre-due d ai d i*s e3 :*r*y is
guaranteed by the largest manufacturers of
h:;;h-ct;.ss automobiles‘In the vor id — the
United States Motor Company.
We represent the Liberty-Brush car here,
and are prepared to demonstrate Its value.
Come and see the Liberty-Brush, or let
U5 call for you arid tal e you on your daily
rouxalof bv. - &<•:• ity. Let us ex
plain how the United States Motor
Company taros icr your tar and
BCV ini res good service
The price is
F. O. £.
Memphis, : : Tennessee.

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