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. OPPORTUNITY.
I own several lots in
Pettus & Williams Ad
dition that I will sell
under a contract that
positively assures you
of a good investment.
NATHAN B. NORTON
MOKK LOCALS.
C.o to Lawrence's for good apples,
**Boys Knee Pants, full peg top. at
Swartz Bro.
Rutabaga turnip- at Lawreuce'.
everv day.
Yellow Yam Sweet P datoe- at
Lawrence's
If you want to save money on your
fall supplies, see Swart/ Bro.
If you want to save money on your
fall supplies, see Swartz Bro.
Before you buy your nest pair <>f
.shoes, see Swartz Bro.
A full line Boy's and Men's Jersey
Sweaters just received at Swartz Bro.
lion. T. <>. Fitzpatrick was in Mem
phis Tuesday, taking in tlie fair.
New fall groceries arriving daily at
Scott & Ferguson's. Phone -’d'
New Mackerel, Pickles and all fail
groceries at Scott & Ferguson. Phone
For anything you want in the gro
cery line, hunt up Lawrence'-. Phone
-.•IS.
Send your clothing to lie cleaned,
repaired and pressed, to Sainj;Burd,
tiie tailor.
Nice line of Ladies' Sweaters, at
Swart/. Bro. Just the thing for this
cool weather.
A nice line of children's and men's
high top Shoes, Tans, Black- and
Whites, at Swart/. Bro.
A nice line of children s and men's
high top St toes, Tati-. Blacks and
Whites, at Swart/ Bro.Z
Squire E Bonnet wa- quite indis
posed tiie first of tiie week, but is
better now . and able to be down town.
Mr. and Mr- Adolph ('iiilner went
to Memphis Tuesday morning to take
in tiie fair, returning yesterday
(io to Scott \. Ferguson for new fa!
Dry Goods, shoes and Groceric.-. Big
line jurt received I'i ne 2ti1
.lodge B ■ wa-iti Memphi- t tl
tenti the Levee meeting and in Little
Bock to SI t Waterwav (' nvention
»1; BENT < Hie nice > fumi-hed
riKim in private residence for one or
twopeisotis. App > at Time- oltice.
It i- not what \ on iiiahe-, hut what
you save whei, purcha-nng v r fall
supplies of Swart / lii ),iha' counts.
1 >«■ put> SherilT < >ilie Sherrod, of
Madison, has been ait>ndinKr court,
but lias oecn quite indisposed
Miss Aileeu Itoilwa^e ell a>t week
for Columbus. Tennessee to res me
her studies, after bavini* spent a de
lightful vacation season at borne
tjtuite a number of Madisonites
have been attending court this week
as witnesses. We noted Me.ssts 'lat
tice. Wiieeier. Sherrod ' r*o and a
number of otheis
Mr. (ieo Swart/ l>ro . just returned
from St. Louis, where lie purchased a
complete stock for their new store at
the U ittllirop HuiUiirur onen < vt 1
I’lace your ordet now for your fall
suit made t your measure Kit and
satisfaction guaranteed San herd.
tire tailor.
Mr. Louis tioodman o! St. I,outs,
has accepted i situat tori with Swart/.
Hro, and wid ue triad to wait on
trade at their new store in 11Win
thorp Building.
Mi and Mrs. S l> Trapp left last
niyht accompanied by their ,. Mas
ter Sid Mcl> Trap|). ' ■ Columbus.
Tennessee, where they m place l int
in the Military 11 st tt i.tc
Men's Tailor 'la le Mis- • > q.
guaranteed to tit any purchaser.
Someone else paid the cash deposit,
you pay the balance and _o*t t ■ f
'a!;-f at Swart/ i t s.
...NEW AUTUMN WASH GOODS ..
AWAIT PUBLIC INSPECTION
A\ * li.tve opened a special disp ay i t
our new and handsome ;17-ineh Ratine
for la and winter one andlw, ptec<
dresses and separate skirts for women
Tilts u „ .rprisinciy beautiful weave
somethin" ent ire, v hew in Forrest
f’ity and while the price is much low
er than others, we offer at jj • a
yard, yet the durability and attract
iveness of the material will readily
appeal to women who are cc n mic
ally inclined.
Ait extraord'iiarv display u' exc o
sive effects in new Autumn and Win
ter Siik 1’ plins, pongees, <Ht imaiis.
Refipis. Zepnyr t«ini;l.ains, Kindei^ar
ten noth, Rallateas, Kim na t'repes.
Penaiiys tit,«• Madras Kimona aid
Pajam i Flannels.
The Warshavsky Store.
Mr M < Mamhieton. of the tirm
of Fusseli - Mraham • Alders>n Com
pany, left M- nday for St Louis to
purchase poods for ills firm.
Editor If. .1 Milier. of the Arpenta
News, was a praclous caller at Tire
Times office yesterdav Me is repre
senting ti e Arkansas State Fair, and
was on l i' return from Memphis
where he had been in the interest of
the Fair
sc-itt Ferguson have just re
ceived a handsome new fall line of
i>r\ Hoods. I)re.ss(icods. Notions, etc .
and their bitf lino of Ladies'and Men's
Shoes has ist arrived Tl ■ lr ln< f
Misses and Children's Slioes will ar
rive next week, ( ail and see them
H >K SALK -The loe Swatasli resi
dence This is one of the best built
| houses in Forrest City, has Vrooms.
parches, cow sited, chicken pen and
| city water. Nice interior work. Price
'•’d, f'-'V* cash, balance one and two
years. Telephone James I. Hawk.
Watch f<-r our Biu Sale to take
place soon. Especially, we will offer
sure bargains in Dress floods of all
kinds Silks Satins, Woolens. Silk
Poplins, Crotons, etc Will sell to
my customers at 4,‘c per yard. Come
and see me Respectfully. Mr> Max
Yoffie.
The concrete platform now being
built at the Hock Island depot is a
much needed improvement, but the
walk should be extended the length
of tlie square east, as all the high
price passengers from the Pullmans
are obliged to land in the mud and
dirt some distance from the platform.
We arc glad to iearn that Mrs.
■Ian es Fussell. who has been very ill
in Memphis for two weeks, is' im
proving. Cant. Fussel! and daughter.
Mr' \\. It. Mann. .Ir., of Marianna,
have been at her bedside this week.
We hope Mrs Fussell will soon he en
tirely restored and able to return
home.
Ft >11 SALK The BickerstafT resi
dence property is offered for sale at a
special price of ¥lnoo. This is a nice
well built home of 5 rooms in good
condition, a lot 110x300 feet, chicken
pens, nice garden and other outhouses.
City water. ¥000 cash, balance can be
arranged in two deferred payments.
Explained by Phone 33T
Mr and Mrs If. |; Neblett are the
proud parents of a sweet little babv
k'rl weighing !<« pounds, born to them
Thursday of last week. Mother and
babe are *fettin^r alon>; just tine, and
l‘apa Neb'ett is powerful proud, as
tids Is his first girl. We w ish the little
lady much iiappiness.
Mr W. S. Withers, of Widener. has
been in town several days this week
attending court. He has recently re
turned from Etawa, Arkansas, where
he had been residing.
Mrs. H. K. Fitzhugh and children,
of Augusta will arrive Sundav to visit
relatives and attend the wedding of
iter sister Miss Mattie Mai Davis, to
Mr. Lewis next Wednesday
Sam Burd, the tailor. wants i do
your cleaning, repairing and pressing.
First-class work at reasonable prices
is hi* motto. Ladies work given
same careful attention as men's,
(live him a trial
Now is tlie time to buv that fall
suit. I have tlie biggest line of Mis
tit Suits ever seen in this town. First
Class Work and Fit guaranteed. Also
Suits made to order for either sex
Sam Burd, the tailor
A Times man was an interested
visitor to the oven room of the Klon
dike Bakery yesterday. Mr. Frank
Burkart. proprietor, was in charge,
and had four helpers as busy as bees,
turning out light bread, cream bread,
rye bread, rolls, buns, and other good
things to eat. our friend Burkart
lias a nice biisineS' and a neat, clean
establishment, which is a credit to
Forrest City
Mrs. B. Levy was a husines.- visitor
in Memphis Wednesday.
Miss Nathalie Wycough. of Bates
ville. arrived yesterday. >he will he
the maid of honor in the Lewis-Mavis
wedding which will will take place
next Wednesday.
In view of a possible delay in the
providing of a more conveniently loca
ted home, the vestry of the Cliufch of
the Good Shepherd have extended to
Itev Mr Mabley and family, through
Bishop Winchester, the free use of the
Forrest City rectory as long as may be
convenient. Mr. Mabley. who takes
up the new work of diocesan mission
ary on October 1st. lias notified the
Bishop of his acceptance of the favor,
and will keep his home at Forrest City
for a month or two longer.
Messrs John \\ Naylor and S B.
Trapp went to Burnt Cane a few days
ago on a fishing jaunt They traveled
a distance of 12 miles in Mr. Naylor's
car in 2-'> minutes, and set about fish
ing in short order. After a few hours
tisliing. during which their luck
never deserted them, they found they
had over 200 beauties, consisting of
bass, trout and speckled pearch Tills
is the banner catch of the season so
far as we have i.eard. and we con
gratulate our friends upon their skill
and the outcome ok their etlort.
OOOD
CLOTHES
fall Styled in 'Clothes for '
Men Who Want the ftie$t== f
&
We think we are staring it truthfully when we say that there is not a man in
this community who isn t looking tor the very best in clothes—surely every man in
this community is entitled to the best.
Now simply saying that you are getting the best in clothes is a very easy
matter, b .. toeing able to tell the difference between clothes that are merely good
looking and those that ere really good— this is an entirely different thing.
And now ve wish to add that clothes that are the best, must he immensely
more than good ic mg—they must have a shape retaining character on the inside
that Vvill stand the i .st of ihc weeks and months of good, hard usage they are sure
to find. Such are our clothes made bjy
Goldman, fteekman & X*?.,
GINGIXXA TI.
They are clothes that will at once win your confidence when you see them
and hold your confidence when you wear them—and such clothes as these are reallv
THE BEST. • _
-- SUITS—OVERCOATS—RAINCOATS
R. W. BENSON & CO.
STERLING CLOTHES. ,
V f
M r at 1 M r- 1. M \ rt and
'■ : i>vn, • f Menton, are vMiiny rela
Itives and triends in town this week,
"f.wi.om are delighted to.see them.
: Nort -n intone,.-d a Times man.
! 1 o i.ts tit is n. w aUo , inufaetur
l!is a tool, ei ide of pottery, and is re
1 e n ~i rde is fi m New Mexico. Flor
ida, and many other states We al
w.i\s knew Arkansas was most pro
i ic in iiat ra resources, an i are clad
[ ,n '' i>'.it our form r townsman is
s aivii;u nit.u11 . u i : si-y t ra'
1 products
• "hi ... nml Wrath Healimr
< nil Uev, Jano s Heed. Cains
\Hle. Texas, wrote I I,aye sed vour
t heatham si hi: ionic jn niy family
■Wei cm recommend ii i ■ eyeryon.r
a Heeled yydti (hi s and Fever.it
fund vylien yari—us other remedies
i tailed. As a tonic for imalids and
; feeble pers-ns it has no eijua!. Any
one buying this medicine and not
incased y%i! 1 i it yvi., yet 'heir money
ni' k on reoiiest. Price cents > -id
b.v ad dealers Prepared only by
A K liicbards Me lie tie to. Sher
i man. Texas
Mi'.xthit ion Notice.
Notice is hereby unvii that the c,
partnersliio heretofore exist in.' >e
i ween 1 . Mu, ry and m I. , a.
land under the Hru name and st\'e
11! MalU ry \ Ihn\ .mi. i* tl .j,.y
dissolved by mutual cinsen?. n |]
How and ret irinj: In n t h> u n i
Mallory assumes lianiiitie.s and
collects all accounts <li:e ! he : i
solicits a continuance ! u pi: r
aye of the public
1 W. Mallory.
< > [.. Row land
1 1 c rest t'ity. Ark Sept. Ur. h'-j.
Kditor W. it Koi-om. > ; j,e i;ri.
ley Argus, vs a- in the ( My T .e-day
for a short while, having c t e over
in "The Made in Pittsburg Train "
vvhUjli passed over the li ck Island
iUmt f o'clock lie returned I me
the same evening. In speaking of
tills train, lie in P-rated a Times rep
resentative that the idea was gleaned
from "'i'he A rkaiisas on \\ h > and
tl e gentlemen atxjard this train were
the one- who entertained lnm so
regally last >eas >u.
Mhiiv Driven From Home.
r.itu v year in many (cuts >; the
1 ■ iin11 \, t i ,*>, i sands are driven irotn
their i: Hies 1 j« ci. .pi.s and lung
diseases [• riends and h sim ~s are
'eit behind h r other climates, but
this i' e st I \ ar.fi nit w,:\s sure. ,\
b iter wav tT e wav id multitudes
i' ' '.se 1 >; k i»e s New I >ls■ • <ivfet v
an 1 cc •. i i, i se a • hotne. St a\
ric ! there, with »e r friends and
taae i his safe tneiti.din- Throat and
I une t r.-• id s tmd i)..iek n ief an-.
liealth ret irri.s. its help in coughs,
is t r:. . c. | . wi -ipine-enuifii
atid sure lunits make it a positive
blessing. -.He and *i. 'Id ia, i> • • ..
free, liiuranieed by ad druggists
Aid.line ! >e: • i r I a I '■ -t master,
tiarden. Mieh . knows ti ■■ ex.tet
fact> ':en 1 ie sp* aks *11 the c urat i ve
va<ue of holey Kidney 1’iils jj,.
>ay>: h roin my own expedience 1
recommend l-olet Kidney I’i; - as a
ureat remedy for kidney trouble y|i
father was cured id kidney diseas,
and a nocd many ol my ne:nhbois
were cured In F ley Kidney i’i .1
T Sanders
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' <Vrtain Mini On ( hi K
T « . l
. . . .. „ -m- \ r i neat Lam's ;
' nili i mill' in my tami v f, • , ,,, .
time and can say it is a certain sj ,,t
(rsays -i. R Rack-shear, I
I.ewisUnc. I,a. Mnn< v pr i i>t \ re
!'Hided if it fails in cure. Id! |
" ■ 1 »*.v ad deau-rs. .\n exce , ,,t !
tone tor invalids and feeble r„,n,
i repared only in |, |.,c ;ui|.|
Medicine t . Siiennan. Texas

^ ii Mann, dr, uf Mapmna '
' ; : SutJMlav in t-an with ,e atkes |
and friends
WOMEN’S SERGE DRESSES
S!i ,V'H in ' number of !**.» x N
'■Mib large • llam, - ue art
" ;11 M|k braid, oil em trIn,»» . | Wj,|,
\e,\et and | .aid silk-, in vari ■ ~ wavs I
black, blue, brown cr.n and tan in
[^dies Ms,; and Jun] r sizes
I'riee from $15 '
The Warshavsky Store.
Wonderful High ClasT
New Tailored Suit,
All our new Man-Tai re,<
kail are either absolute re, 'r for
nr splendid adaptations
iatest styles of the tine>- Fr^hVtrJ
makers. W e offer in our I
play on Monday. Tailored sumCe?K
will specially antrea1 i u tba
want something different
exclusive in material in tl e m tl,1I!'
color effects. Particular Ltte 'l^
invited to the new brail X*»
and the new ront-pleated sk ru 5'
to the new waist-oats and a 4lso
skirts. Prices from *->:, u| t0
The Warshavsky Store.
Kmtlie Gatiirut \,i' ' ■.■tVrh'f
fiom Mount hi«le. TtmuXS1’
,pra',ln* "!,,'e "«*»*!
Mrs. .1, N. Hill, Hon.ff .
um*(1 Foley's Honev and Tar r'
pound for years, and saw ht,e a w0®;
recommepcis si t„ , er trl
never fails to cure otr .•oU(,hf.“
cold and prevents cro ;p i1D^
five children and alwavs give »i
Foley s Honey and Tar
a cold, and they are alh well w
would not tie without it in r. "e
.1. T. Sanders. r ,l0®e
liatliethe face and hands of a
son sick with a lever with harbv'
rophylactic Fluid in a little water
It reduces the fever, allays irriuuon
and revives t he patient w nderfuM,
Apply the Fluid to a cut soret
wound It heals i„ half the time re
<{iifred hv an ordinary liniment. Take
it internally for cramps, colic .,r Hv
sentery. It is a marvelous relieving
remedy. Price Hicts per bottle Sold
t y ( ity i>ruK' Sto-e
It is with r. . that we recei> !
tlie news of our ..sting dshed friend
■ lesse Moss's indisposition Contrary
to ills usual custom, his genial fj,\>
l as not been seen mingling with hi*
tiutny friends here. Kverv man and
even the smallest bov knows Jesse
His name and fame a< an Arkansas
I raveler are by no means confined to
tie- >tale 0f Arkansas, liut extend
111r -ugh all t he Southern States His
good deeds are heralded throughout
the land and every maid and matron
proclaim Ids unswerving chivalry
with every pulsation of their vert
being Marked for life with incur
rigible politeness, he pursues un
dauntediy and undismayed his voca
tion to the satisfaction of ids em
ployer and the gratification of his
numberless friends We might add
that as a singer of Hag Time and
C'»>n songs, he js almost without a
peer. < in occasions he 11as consented
' sii g in tie* churrlies. and liis ren
di'i 'ii of "Where is my Wandering
h"V T night" is >eld-in surpassed.
‘•Tiiree Fingers and aTliuo b." "Just
' *ne More. ".Iti't a Kittle Sugar
ikeise and "S,.gar in tlie r.ourd"
are I is special favorites. We wish
for I im a speedy recovery.
A those who have a torpid liver,
weak indigestion i r constipated
•'e.s og i .it i >r chi. ' The sea
'■hi is here and tlie air i' full of
diseas*- germs | . -- ; r ; ii jug in
d i' to put your liver in good con
dMion and purify ti e stomach and
I" M A. Silt ion’s Liver
Medicine is the right remedy. It
answers tie- purpose completely,
i' ice l> ft per pac ig> - - i by
( it . i >t ug :store.
A Meaner at III.
'ti ti e thirteentl. day Septeon
er. the t ired spirit of Mr> Pauline '
> i gl.ter left this » > I and entered
it ti e Mansi >n prepared ' r 1 ■"in
t he h at tier's house.
Her years of su!lerin„ Lave ended.
In tier i.is: letter to lie. n. tlier.' siie
said:
"I fee that I am prepared to die
11 ■ 11■ >t grieve for me: I have suffered
so much.
'(• d shah wipe away all tears fro®
tledr eyes and there siiaII tie no more
deatii. neither sorrow no; crying,
tieithe siia t here l>e any more pain
Asa faithful Meaner, she gave un
sparingly of tier trail strength, and
doi with t er might what her hands
ti i iid to do. We h ive I -t >ne of out
most earliest workers, yet we can but
re vice in her gain.
Thy cross heavy. Father. 1 have
borne
If ng. and still do hear i’ Let
my worn
And fainting spirit r:se t!l that
bright land
Where crowns are given Father
take my hand.
And. reaching down, lead t the
ctown Thv chi d
The Cleaners
•*m •
\\ hut \\ e \ever I nrirtd
accc.-riling to science, are the thing5
associated with our early i me ht®i
such as Hucklen's Arnica >alve. that
m tlier or grandmother used to cure
out liurns. Iioils. scalds, - re--, skin
'•r ptiniis. cuts, sprains r bruises.
F rty years of cures prove its merit.
Fnrivaled fur piles, corns or cola
- res. ( m1 v cts at all dr ggi*ts
Si Inn.i I ni|iro\eluent \ssim hit inn '"to
It mined, but the chain an. "kj
lives in die country, and ti e urea
*■;i1 ■: its, were at the. S. 1 A V. .'une>‘
iav afternoon. Sepr. ifAth
N 't (Tie mother present. •> • -*
in re meeting like thi- and the >
will lie disbanded. .,
There is much tohcdi ue. h t ,1Ul‘‘
ir• - an he accomplished without '
1 operation of parents. l*oni
air weather friends \ uu eertatii f
la n.'t let the weal tier interfere "j^
't lit-r important meeting-, why f'**ou‘t
| with this- ('.ime to the
nuting the Uli Wednesday ,
"•r prepared to talk atmut h>® ,
wing Sanitary condition of ,.
'tsement; draining tiie play-gr"un'
auying a moving picture m tclim®
lie school: buying a Victi” a: i1:11 ?
■>ers nal purity luniks in tlie.iur»tj
•tc. A is. icme prepared to j ay J®
I Ues. g'.V ,
Tt.e same cthcers were re-e cc>
Mi standing committees reaa.n
is they were.
('or. Secretary

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