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Miss Mattie Jordan, of Palestine, visited Mrs. Will Horns Saturday and returned home Sunday evening Miss Bessie Dennis visited home folks Saturday and returned Sunday to Moon Lake near Palestine to re sume her duties as teacher in the Moon Lake school. Miss h a Cox formerly of this neigh horhood left last Saturday for tier home near. Paragould. She was ac companied by Mrs. John Lindsey and her son. James. A man hurrying along the high, way urging his nag with his hat. Shortly the puff and honk, honk of a doctor's speeding auto. After it was all over Mr. Silvester Tittle on Tues day found himself caterer to a new addition to Ills household, it Is a girl and mother ami bat>e are doing well Frances Dennis is missed from the school room this week, being detained at home on account of sickness. She is one of a class of pupils that is to begin the examination on the 12th inst to pass from the seventh trrade to the High School work. Mrs. John Lindsey wit,h her son. James, returned home Tuesday from a visit to l’aragould. She reports a very pieasant trip barring the ex cessive heat which was quite depress ing and fatiguing Some vandal came into the school room sometime between Friday eve and Monday morning and so injured some of the school property as to render it untit for use. Sucti acts are flagrant violations of the law and if certain ones are not a little more careful they will find what they are not looking for. The teacher and pupils of the Par rott >choo! all turned out to attend religious service last Friday at Wes ley Chapel Rev McKelvey preached ! to the children specially. He em phasi/.ed honesty as being the leading characteristic of true womanhood and manhood, and impressed upon the children the necessity of practic ing and making it a part of their lives under any and all circumstances. Mr. John Lindsey one of the school directors visited the school Wednes day morning and remained 'till the forenoon reces#. He witnessed the exercises and heard one class of the wee tots. At recess lie did some much needed repair work about the j school building and then returned j home. Come again Mr. Lindsey and invite others to visit our school, thereby the entire school interest I will be encouraged and will result in ] much good Cold blooded and Death Dealing (.'hills Rev. James Reed. (Jains-! ville, Texas, wrote I have used vourj Cheatham's (’hill Tonic in my family and cm recommend it to everyone affected with ('hills and Fever it cured when various other remedies Jailed A - a tonic for invalids and l "feeble pers-ms it liis no equal. Any one !. yii.g this medicine and not •leased uiti it will get tl.eir money '•ack 1 n rt ■ test. Price SO cents. Sold bv a dealer.-. Prepared only by A R Itiei aid- Medicine Co.. Sher man. Tex i.-. \ m*! lit-1 Ihliirlitful Dunce. The j \g men of the city enter tained tl. i young lady friends Tues day night. Sep.with a delightful im t’r-' 11j,it: i nee at the Catling build ing. and ' .ugh the allair was gotten upon si 't notice, there eirig ie» than a .. s preparation, it proved oni‘ 'st pleasant affairs of the season A1 nut ten couples, seven stags in<i aii a dozen chaperones participated as follows: Cha- Buford and Miss May Boggan, Lindsey Bridgfortl and Miss Clara Bridewell. Nathan \ .rton and Miss Mattie J'ann. Louis McDaniel and Miss lluth 1 oicett. (of Trenton. Tennes see. Kenneth Knight and Miss Kdith > art akin Ai Nimoeksand Miss Fran CfS Mann. Mr. Sullivan and Miss fclizahfil, Davis. Bennie McCrary ami Miss \ irgiuia Boll wage. Herman noli wage and Miss Montine K irk pat «ck, if Bipiey. Tennessee.) Stags 1 Lillip Isaacs. .1 as Kwart. Ira I'roc tor. .1 |m Catling, Sam Mann. Dan Kauerauf. Kd Mallory, dr. Chaper ones Mr and Mrs. .John Schlosser, Mrs 11. ( Webb. Miss Lady Sweet atid Miss Irene Freeman I<* liaise Money For Parsonage. t wie Roman's Missionary Society, o* the Methodist church will give a Kazaar the first week in December. bach lady member of the church is requested to make at least (<>) six articles for it. There will he booths for Fancy rjork, Housekeepers, Babies, home candy and one for miscelaneous articles llie proceeds from tlie Bazaar to .applied on tiie parsonage debt, hich must be paid bv the 1st of January. Foley’s Kidney Pills * hal Th®7 Will Do for You Care b®ckacha, ■wangtheu your kidneys, cor •®t urinary Irregularities, build' • the worn out tissues, and •oinat® the excess urio add * Ctu®e® rheumatism. Pre. I*?1 Brt*h*’» Disease and Dia ®nd restore health and Rafuae substitutes. J T SANDERS AGftfCUUtURC COME V TO THE ^ Tri-State Fair MEM PHIS, T E N N ESS E1: Seven Glorious Dais Head Over This Big List of Attractions Largest Live Stock Show of the year, including the great rival Swinebreeders events, the ‘‘Berkshire Congress Show” and the “Poland China Futuritythe “little of the Breeds.” Agricultural Exhibits from Canada to the Clulf. Immense Implement and Machinery exhibits. A record-making Poultry Show and a Dog Show that includes all breeds. Everything you ever hoped for will be here this year. Come and enjoy it. I here will he more 011\h! 11ig> more d enartments, rt:ore special features, more artistic disp, ivs, niore overvthtng. 1m mouse free Vaudeville Show of fourteen all-star numhers. Tain’s Magnitieent and Th lling Fireworks Sportaoular “Old Mexico and the Storming of the Forti '* 1 t iiaplll I epee, ’ ’ sj 1*11 didly staged-—2->0 performers all mugnilieoiitlv costumed. This alone is worth the trip to Memphis. $25,000 IN PRIZES THE BIGGEST OF THE FAIRS NEW STOMACH RELIEF GETS COUNTRY WIDE ENDORSEMENT. _ The new remedy fur indigestion called Ligestit lias been found a cer tain quick relief and permanent rem edy for stomach disorders. Letters from thousands who had suffered the tort ures of indigestion and got relief from the use of Digesiit are evidence of its merit The enormous increase in demand from every part of the country is proof of its popularity. Hut you do not have to take anybody's word for it try it yourself on an als solute guarantee, get a package ami if you dont get relief you can get your money back for the a>. ing. Brown's Digestit is a little tablet easy to swallow and absolutely harm less. It digests all the food, prevents fermentation, stops gas formati prevents stomach distress after eat ing, aids assimilation, relieves indi gestion almost instantly and cures dyspepsia 50c. .1. T Sanders, drug gist. Hesolut ions. WHEREAS. The Monday Musical < ibof Forrest City, to show it' ap preciation of the members of Forrest City Concert Band, undertook to build a Bandstand in the Courthouse yard, and in pursuance to that un dertaking it became necessary to call on the entire community for assis tance. and. WHEREAS. The material and a large part of tlie labor necessary to constrruct said Stand were ottered grat is to us. NOW, THEREFORE. Be it re solved that we spread on the minutes of our records an appreciation and an ackn wledge ment of our gratitude to those who. with financial assistance and personal etlort, made tlie com pletion of tins structure possible. Monday Musical Club. DONT FEEL BLUE. Liver Clogged I |» Thai's VII Mm j Seed Hot Springs Liver Huttons. Little, dainty, magical workers that unclog the liver and set free the poisonous matter Then gently, hut surely, drives it from your system. Among people who have visited Hot Springs, the Hot Springs Liver Buttons are almost as famous as the healing waters. Once the victim of constipation or of a rebellious liver uses these won derful little health promoters lie lias no further use for any other pills, oils, salts, cathartics, or purgatives. Thousands upon thousands of peo ple depend upon Hot Springs Liver Buttons to keep them in superb health. Nothing known any better for con stipation, torpid liver, upset stomach, headache, dizziness, nervousness or that down and out reeling Box for only 25 cents at tirst-class druggists in Forrest City and vicinity. For free sample write Hot Springs Chemical Co., Hot Springs. Ark., Hatcher & Caldwell special agents in Forrest C-ty. KILLS MOSQUITOES. The greatest mosquito knocker ever discovered—does double duty: kills every one it touches and drives the others far away. Nothing else will so completely free vour house of mosquitoes and in sects as Ross’ -'Dead t^uick1' spray. For sale in Forrest City by City Drug Store Strayed. STKAVKM From Heck's Spur on nr about August 2Hth. One black horse mule, 1 > hands high, no marks or brands. One dark bay and black mare mule, F) hands high, no marks or brands. Finder will return or notify P. (lor man. at Forrest (’ity. and receive liberal reward. HELP THE KIDNEYS Forrest City headers are Learning Ike Way Its the little kidney ills The lame, weak or aching back The unnoticed urinary disorder* That may lead to dropsy and Bright's disease. When the kidneys are weak. Help them with I loan's Kidney Pills. A remedy especially for weak kidneys. Doan's have been used in kidney troubles for 50 years. Endorsed by SO,000 people endors ed by cit izens of ttiis locality. .1. A. Glover, Pine & Main Sts.. Brinkley, Ark., says: I have tested Doan's Kidney Pills and 1 know that they act just as represented. My kidneys did not do their work as ! they should and I had lumbago and pains through my loins. Finally I got Doan s Kidney Pills and they acted promptly in relieving me. Doan s Kidney Pills have certainly proven beneficial and they will always have my endorsement. For sale by all dealers. Price 50 cults. Foster-Milburn Co., Buffalo, New York, sole agents for tl e United States. Ilemember the name—Doan's—and take no other. MOTHERS Should he always on t o watch for symptoms of worms in then i hitdren. These pests undermine strength and vitality. A child with worms is pale, sickly and cross, has dark rings under the eves, bad breath, starts in the sleep. WHITES CREAM VER MIFUGE destroys worms and in testinal parasites of all kinds. A few days use produces a wonder ful improvement. The pale, sickly child Is transformed into a rosy, vigorous Cherub, full of \ im and activity. Price 25c per Bottle. L Jat. F. Ballard, Prop., St.Louis.Mo. ^ »no MCCOMMENoio-571 .1 T SANDERS RINGLING CIRCUS. I At Memphis. Great Spectacle of “Joan of Ah” Added to Their Show. Ringling Brothers' Circus and new ly added $500,000 spectacle of “Joan ot Arc, ' will exhibit in Memphis on Monday, September 30. The spec icle in itself is an attraction that should bring thousands of visitors from tlie surrounding country. It is beyond question tlie greatest produc tion of its kind ever seen in America. - The world's most skillful scenic artist*-, costumers, property-makers, chorus directors and stage managers were engaged to mount the produc tion. A stage bigger than a hundred ordinary theatres was built and made portable so that it can lie con veyed from town to town and erected each day in the main tent. Thus cir cus proprietors have made it possible for those who live in contributory towns a*- well as in the large cities to see this magnificent wordless play with its cast of 1,200 characters, a ballet of 300 dancing girls, a grand opera chorus of 4nn voices, ii(» horses anti a train load of special scenery, costumes, properties and mechanical devices for producing sucli stage effects as thunder, lightning, storms, tires, and the soundcf battle in the old market place of Rouen, France, there now stands a monu ment by which the French f today have sought to redeem their part in tlie execution of Joan of Arc, who on : May 30, 1431, was hurried to deatii on the false charge of heresy after leav ing restored the crown to Charles V11 History records but the meager facts of this strange heroine of eigh teen years, who led the armies of | France victorious through English I invasion, and tlien. deserted by all, even the indolent monarch whom she preserved, died by the crudest torture known with the name of tlie Master upon her lips. Unsung in poetry the name of this simple pea sant girl has come down through the ages to lie revered as that of a saint, and whose wonderful powers and whose bravery are verily believed to have been of divine inspiration. On the triumphant incidents, the victorious engagements, the final defeat of tlie English armies, and the coronation of Charles VII, all achieved by tlie frail Maid of Orleans, has been founded the inspiring spec tacle which gives Ringling Brothers’ circus a new significance and makes an attraction such as the world in searcliing for amusement lias never before found. The regular circus program is more than ever attractive Its company of 375 foreigli artists, its double men agerie and its new street parade will prove a great surprise to those who attend from this city. The event is one that should not be missed CHICHESTER S PIL « THE DIAMOND BRAND.* U4lMt Aak f •mr ' Chlchtw Itrt iMaaoajBrm PttU in ke4 and Ovid n.-u to iev, tealed with Blue Rib6 fan kmowmkj Bw. W.I ilxn Ket(*M. I SOI* IY MIGGISTS FVEWWBHI 'Wrpe ffiat offsfafe Thaisame money in efteYSa/jK wou/d n C^//7 iJ£A>//7eOd ^ /iA / #M VAUAXCIi is one til t liose insitlious hnhits that eree/> u/tttn us untl takes a wav our money, wastes our time, anti IftHtS US ttf a ettm fortaitle ttltl nine. 'Those small sums that we fritter away from week to week, woultl look very handsome a few years frtun now in the hank. After you have startetl a hank tieetnint, you will fiml that it is no saerifiee to tlenv vour sell many ttf the nseless jtleasures that t'eallv eat u/t xi, \ ast an amount ttf monev, l)tt UOUli hankintt with US. The Bank of Forrest City its Capital Stock, Surplus ^00 000 ** and Undivided Profits of iplvl/jl/vU otters unsurpassed facilities, absolute security, and every convenience and accommodation con sistent with safety and our utmost desire to pro mote the welfare of this county and every one of its citizens. We Do a General Banking Business Make collections, issue exchange on principal cities, and in fact, do all things usually done or expected of a first-class Banking House. We have also established a Savings Department, and pay 4 per cent interest compounded twice a year on Time Deposits. You can open an ac count with $1 .00 and add to it as much or little as you wish, and it constantly grows larger and is a source of pleasure and satisfaction. We want to talk to you about your finances, and we can and will certainly do you good in this most important of all of Life's affairs. Courteous, Prompt and Expert Attention to Your Slightest Wish. EUGENE WILLIAMS CASHIER.