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Ghauld not be neglected. It means a condition to the lungs that brings on Pneumonia, Bronchitis or some otner serious disease Ballard’s Horehound Syrup Is a good remedy for sore throat nnd cold settled in the lungs. It eases rain In the chest, hoarseness, obstinate roughs, congestion In the lures. ]c ,s of trice and Inflammation. It is a fine family remedy, made- only of the purest Ingredients and possesses a wonderful sooth ing and healing influence in the lungs, throat nnd krone hial tubes. Children like it because it Is pleasant to the taste; It Is a quick relief for the throat end lung disorders to which children are subject Price 25c, 50c and $1.00 per Bottle. Buy the SI 00 size It contains five times as much as the I5e size, and you pet with each bet tie a Dr Herrick’s Iltd Pepper Porous Plaster for the chest. JAMIS F. BALLAM PROPRIETOR f.T. LOUIS. MO. t or Weak Mght or Sore Eyes, use Strphrns Eye Salve. It core*. 0^r3~oTTp~A~iM o BieoMMiNDio bTJB ). T. Sanders. Special A^ent. Refinishing Marred | Furniture IS EASY AND INEXPENSIVE Shabby, scratched pieces of furniture that are unsight ly and a discredit to your home can be made to look bright and new at slight expense—and you can do it yourself. ACMEQUAWX VARNO-LAC stains and varnishes at one operation, giving to all kinds of surfaces the elegant effect and durable, , lustrous surface of beautifully finished oak, mahogany, walnut or other ex _ pensive woods. Call for Color Card. EW ART-MARSH ALL LUMBER CO. FORREST CITY, ARK. WE NEVER BUY COT TON.” Ip E UOVE?» i facT^oSissiOmmeb^wts I SALESROOM 12H23 5.rR0NTSTJ USE - MEMPHIS WARE HOUSE CO. .1 OUTHI MEMIPMIS. I DVANCES MADE Oh COHSlGflMEh T$* LOOK FOR THE INDIAN HEAD " _ ■7511 AT is the sea! of highest quality in roofing—the trademark of the best roofing ever known. If you'd search all over the country you couldn't find a roofing that equals l’EKIiLESS. >> hen you buy it von purchase fr«*o dom from repair hills, and a material that is practically indestructible. ^ There's a double guarantee, the mnnufac furors and our own with every roll of l’EEU LESS that loaves our door. Come in and see a sample. Remember, it * cheaper, longer wearing and easier to lav than shingles. Unexcelled as a siding tdso. Ask for free booklet describing Arcotile Ornamental Roofing. Giobmyer Lumber St Feed Go. tea sq. rr i I AMERICAN I The season for quail shooting com mences Novemlier 1st Twenty-tive birds is the baj limit. Help | roteet tlie game. W e want to send .‘ o '- r m re cupie.s of i he Times nf rj. x: wvk n the “Arkansas on Wheels” tr.*i11. We neeii your support and he p Tile date of t:.e hearing of the mat ter of opening of ilie Military Road through certain sections of land in Cross county bis been set by Judge W. M. Block for Tuesday. October b">, at Wynne it is a matter of conse quence and importance toall St. Fran cis citizens. Let a representative crowd attend and use their influence to have ti ls road opened The Titties will print a -pecial edi ti >n i.ext week of about Vhh) copies, i ■boo , r mure to )>■■ sent on the "Ar kari'.i' on Wheels'' train, to !*• di tributed by Mr. Nathan H. Norton, who will have elo.rpe t the St. Fran-1 els County exhibit- We need tinan I ei il assistance in this enterprise, and the co-operation • ' ad enterprising citizens. The time i- very -Oort, hut we will pet out a creditable paper, i'tease see our Mr. Vadakiu r Mr ('has. U. Izard, ai d piv. ussuch Rnan-! cial and tit iter assistance as vou n,;.\ feel disposed in eneourapinp the pn a’ wurk of advertisinp our splendid re sources and tlie opportunities f r pav inp investment here. i Mr. and Mrs .1 A. Clark f Little I took retonied home Monday after having spem several davs very plea santly on a visit to tlie family of the I former's brother. Mr. and Mrs. W. 1’. Clark, near Madison. AH Misfit Susts now on hand are the cream of the stock of tne Koval Tailors of Chicago. Every Garment is guaranteed to lie hand-made, of the tost material, and that it •will not rip. ravel or run down at the knee.’’ ' ( aii and inspect mv very large stock and prices. Sam Kurd, the Tailor. Miss Mignon Knight, daughter of Mr C. L Knight, who had been n a vwit with the family of her unele. Mr. and Mrs. H A. Knight in this city, t lie past few months, left, Mon day on a visit of two or three weeks with the family of her relatives, ( apt and Mrs, ,1. If. Avery, in Hot Springs Mr E II. Hooper, who has been en gaged as riding boss with the iirm of Kobt. L. 1’ettus tlie past season, is building a new storehouse at Kound I’ond tliis week, where he will shortly embark in tlie meat market, restau rant and grocery bpsiness. The Times joins the gentleman's many frlendsin wishing him success. Mrs Henry Waldrep ret urned from the hospital in Memphis Monday where she recently underwent a very successful operation, as a result of which siie is very much improved in health and gaining strengtli rapidly. The Times joins the lady's many friends in tlie hope that she will soon he entirely well again. Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Williams and the two boys, Gene and Mortimer, spent Sunday with friends at Wheat ley. While there young Gene was presented with an o’possum by his uncle Edwin, of which the youngster is very proud and with w hich he is said to have been doing a rushing show business this week. Judge and Mrs. S. II. Mann arrived Monday afternoon from a brief wed ding trip to Chicago. The bride and groom are in the best 0f spirits and are receiving the congratulations of their friends with their accustomed open-heartedness and generosity. The Times joins in the hearty congratula tions and sincere welcome home. M. M. Fool, a negro preacher, who conducts a shoe shop on North Wash ington street, was arrested Monday on a charge ol forgery, preferred against him by O. W. White, an other negro, and upon being ar raigned in Squire Turley's court, was hound over in the sum of $.">00 to await the action of the grand jury. Exhibits are coming in nicely and everything points to the fact that Forrest City and St. Francis county will he well advertised on tlie Ark ansas on Wheels train which leaves Little Rock on < fctober 24 for a tour of the Northwest. If you have any thing that you think possesses merit bring it on into town and turn it over to Mr. Nathan R. Norton, the local manager for the train. They Make You Feel Good. The pleasant purgative effect pro duced bv Chamberlain's Tablets and the healthy conditions of body and mind which they create make one feel joyful. For sale by all dealers. We take pleasure in calling atten tion to tlie handsome half-page ad vertisement of Mr. L. Rarnett. of tlie Wreck Sale Store. Mr. Barnett lias been in Forrest City only a year, hut by fair dealing and courteaus atten tion and thoroughly business-like methods, lie lias built up a nice busi ness. and is now reaching out after new patronage, lie lias an array of j very low and interesting prices ad vertised, and it seems to us that it will he to your intere-t to give him a cal 1 and ->ee fur \ : r sCf ; »t w hat he has to offer. Itrhina Piles, I wan! you to know i. w nucii ii’ ily ur il;a! >( re Las done me I had suffered w;>h Itching Biles tif teen years, and wh- n i was traveling' t hrougb Texas a u ti t >Id me of y i II urn s ( . re I g t a >c i x , cured me I oil n Bradley. ( ltiey. Kansas. Mrs ,\ B. I‘yit- encertained Tues ; day aftertus.ii from g..;o t...Uiinhon j or of her little sen. Master Taylor Burton Pyle, t Being Ids seventh. I birthday. Many lieauttf .. little gifts, wen- received by the happy and ap preciative youngster. A peanut hunt! was enjoyed on tlie lawn after which the children were all invited into the i •lining room where a long table was | spread and very prettily decorated for ! the occasion A large white cake graced the center of the table, upon the top of whigh stood seven brightly burning cand i s one for each year of the little one's life • ream and cake and fruit was served. Mrs. Pyle w as assist id by her mother. Mrs. Alice I. Taylor, her sister. Mrs. Kd gar I’. Tay lor and Miss Stella I Ho le. scalp clean and healthy, destroys all dandruff, and greatly promotes the growth of the hair. You will cer tainly be pleased with it as a dressing for your hair. It keeps the hair soft and smooth and promptly checks any falling of the hair. It does not color the hair, and cannot injure the hair or scalp. Consult your doctor about these hair problems. Ask him what he tlvnks of Ayer’s Hair Vigor. »*-«<»» by im J C. AYFR CO., Low’.:, M.m. Fine Watches and Jewelry Optical Goods Repairing a Specialty Arthur D. Boyle Diamonds, batches and Jewelrv IMPERIAL BUILDING Forrest City, Ark., Oct. 11. 1912, TO THE PUBLIC GREETING: As you know, the mail order houses of Little Rock and Memphis and the North and East are now sending out their catalogues and all manner of alluring advertising matter in an effort to monopolize the home trade which legitimately belongs to the home dealer I merely want to say to you in this connection, that during the past year, I have put forth my very best thought, time and energies in establishing and building up a jewelry busi ness in Forrest City of which every citizen, as well as myself, might feel proud. The stock in my store is just as complete in all lines as you will find in many of the larger cities. I invite you to come and view it for yourself and am willing to rest my claims for your patronage upon your own good judgment and discrimination. To succeed, a man must believe in his own business--my store has merit, the goods displayed in all depart ments are of the highest standard of quality, and I guarantee to you that every article of fered for sale, is economically priced. Now I will make you this proposition. I will sell you goods at just the same figures that the mail order houses quote. If you buy an article from me and it don t suit, I am right here on the ground to make it good. I live here in your midst and I am your friend, this, in itself, should appeal to your sense of what is right and your spirit of home pride. I say to you that if you want anything in my line and cannot find it in the store. I will order it for you at the same figures the mail order houses charge, thereby saving you stamps and the trouble and worry of correspondence Remember that I propose to sell you any article that you may desire to purchase at the same prices the mail order houses make you. I want to call your attention to two of the most important features of my business the repair department and the optical department. If you need perfectly fitting glasses or if your watch or clock is not giving satisfaction. I am in a position, through Mr. Carl Gustafson, expert jeweler and optician, to guarantee you entire satisfaction in either one of these important branches of the business. Read what others say: TO THE OFT 1C IAS, , AT A D BOYLE JEWELRY STORE Dear Sir: White in Forrest City last u-inter you fixed a pair of glasses for me and told me of your father, optician at Joli < t. 111. 1 neglected to call on you for his card. 1 am going into Chicago about August 15 If you wilt give me his name and address. 1 shall be glad. I must have something done for my eyes. 1 think I liked your methods better than any one I have heard talk about eyes I will be glad to see him. Kindly ob lige me. TURA SMITH. Sioux City. Iowa. Bear in mind that you cannot appreciate what awaits you here until you come and inspect the stock and get prices. Your attention to this in the matter of making your fall and holiday purchases wdll be appreciated. A. D. BOYLE, . JEWELRY OF VITALITY. WEEKLY BULLETIN ...OF... NEBLETT, THE GROCER. Phone 34 Phone 34 it will pay you in many ways to trade for cash, for instance: Where You Save Time and Money AND GET THE GOODS :R I G H T N O W-p LOWEST PRICES EVER OFFERED. IN , The Grocer. Why Mastic Paint? BECAUSE FIRST—It’s pure—every atom of it— real paint manufactured from the finest raw material obtainable. SECOND It is made of pure white lead, re-inforced with zinc oxide in the correct proportion, and pure linseed oil. W ill outwear, two to one, any straight lead or hand-mixed paint. THIRD — Warranted to contain no adulteration. The formula ‘‘THE KIND appears on every can. Guaranteed to give satisfaction. 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