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1 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 Campaign Kami. The following are the names of those democrats who have contributed to the Wilson & Marshall campaign fund, ami the amount each lias paid: Ellis Turley. * 1 no G, S. Bice. 1 00 Fred F. Harrelson. 1 00 S. S. Hargraves. 1 no K. W Pavne. 1 oo T. ( Mervvin. 1 oo H. P. Gorman. 1 00 L. K Grobmyer. 1 no Jno It. Grobmyer. 1 00 T. S Buford. 1 00 J. T. Fondren . i oo W. W. Campbell. l oo Eugene Williams. I 00 F. Laughinghouse . I 00 It. C. Eldridge. 1 00 Tom Gatling. 1 00 Will Williams. l on J. F. McDougal. 1 Or) J. <>. Bush. 1 oo Forrest City Furniture Co.. 1 oo It. L. Pettus— . 1 oo J. S. It. Cowan. 1 on Brandon, Baugh Sc Co. 1 00 E. A Itolfe. . . ] oo H. A. Knight . l 00 R. W. Benson. 1 oo .lno. W. Naylor. 1 00 Turley Bros. & Gilliam. 1 00 W. S. Alley . 1 00 .1. Fussed, .Ir. 50 H. J. Warshavsky. 50 M. ltutsk.v. 1 00 .1. F. Bass. . l oo John Malouf. 50 M !’> Norfleet. 1 oo Ma. r>l& Howland. I oo H. I\. Becker. l 00 H. I- br>- & Co. 1 ihi He i Taylor. 1 in* J. A Bogart. 1 chi Jas. F Wolfe . 1 On Ash Bro .. 1 ihi J. T. Sanders. 1 ihi J. W. Morrow. 1 ihi S. II 'I inii . 1 ihi < >ti • B H ill wage. 1 on E. 1'. Taylor. l no F. (; Hell :■>. 1 on J. L. Scott . l on W. It Ferguson. 1 00 W. J Or -man. 1 00 I’ II Buford. 50 J. M Nichuls. 1 (hi l Lawrence. l ihi Rufus Fonoren. 1 on M. ( Ilambleton. 1 (hi W Hughes. l oo j L. i». Me I latiiel . 1 ihi R. F McCrary. 1 ihi H K Hettus . i 00 J. M. Davis. 5o " A. Morrow . 1 oo L- " I)ellossitt. 1 00 Lindsey Bridgforth. 1 (Hi R- J. l/.ard. 1 oo Above amounts have been paid to Squire L Turley, and forwarded by him t headquarters. ihe Times is daily in receipt of coma; ideations from headquarters urging u> to help them by soliciting further -uliscriptions. We urge e'er\ democrat who wishes the elrc tion of Wilson & Marshall, to call and entribute to this fund, or send it in by mail, and we will acknow ,e(fge it and forward it promptly to headquarters. Ollier Contributors are: Land’, igt .v Vadakin. 1 on ^ M I>ellossitt.. ;; oo I'l'iittit'ss Cannot lie Cured ijy i,, j ,fh. , ;"""‘‘atIons, as they cam ot i* ‘ 11 | owe',,' ' 1 l"Mlion of the ear. There Is only j s,"i', . 11 deafness, and that Is by eon- i aii “ ;1 uedles. ' teaftiess is caused tiy Midllion of the mucous llnin-i uf j oi Tub*'. \Vlion this tulie is in '.«ve a rumbling sounds or imper (K.a!- ; 1 - ami when it i- entirely elosed, I in 71 " Jhe result, and unless the inllania t0i,' J " ' iken out and this lube re-dured strm. , 't!ll‘tl eondltlon, he&rlmt will be b< - ••aase.11 u'' • nine eases out of ten are inlt'a*.'. ' u'iu.,'b, which is nothiua but an ‘iiiitm of tlie mucous surfaces cas,. - \etnie Hundred t)oHars for any hot ... aoiesstcauHcd In catarrh) that ■■au for1 "y Hall s Catarrh Cure, send Ul dat> free Sr,| / 1 1 HIM V \ Cl*,, Toledo, Ohio. i Ta' i',1 :,:‘-->st, T.v Mull s family fills for const I pat ion, 'min ot \|i|»licaUnn For Sale li) Administratrix. as.(j,'i Hereby Klven t li at tile undei suucd decease 'rn r1' or the estate oft . It White Mil,, •'dI apply to the frobate Court of last -ft v “’"‘ty,Arkansas, at Its llrst meet l»mlu.i N ,'eml*er 1st, p.ipj, f,„ the sale of the Uiml'11*"^ *He ''state of <\ li. White for lad f,,, , payluu the del >tsi if the decease d advai !. . "'‘‘son that It wouldU> a material the P ,,benefit to the estate, and foi H"lX>s.. f division. Mr* Silllt* Wliltf Administratrix rock island wreck. hi opt I He the Scene of Disastrous "i reh in Which Two Were Killed. Running into what Is known in railroad parlance as a ‘'split switch,” fast westbound Hock Island passen ger train. No. 41, out of Memphis, Known as the Oklahoma Limited, wa-> wrecked about noon Wednesday >“ the yards at Hlceville, a small station in the St. Francis bottom a iout thirty-four miles east of this city. The rear sleeper was thrown from its, trucks and the tourist car was also derailed and crashed into a box car both being completely demolished. At the time of the crash the tour ist car was occupied b/ Rock Island conductor, A. C. McNeill, olT of the Ranhandle division, who, with his wife and daughter, were enroute to their home in Bowling Green, Ky. Ihe two train conductors, Manic and McNeill sustained fractures of the skull and were mortally hurt in ternally from which they died in a short time Mrs. McNeill and Miss REAL ESTATE TRANSFERS. Itepnrted *»y St. Francis County Ab stract Company for Week Kudins: Wednesday. Oct. 9. ii. a. Knight tad wife to W. W. Campbell, lot in block 70. $2uo. Lizzie Carr, et al, to Henry Flem ing, all timber on sei sec. 20 and sw i sec. 21, t 5 n, r 6 e. $530 K. C. Hobbs and wife to Howard K. Weber, si sec. 11, t 5 n, r 5 e. $7,340. c, Kolfe & W illiams to J. L. Newsome, lot 3 in block 4 of the Kolfe &. Wil liams Addition to the city of Forrest City. $75. .1. L. Newsome to James (). Ewart, lot 3 block 4 Kolfe & Williams Addi tion to the city of Forrest City. $309.25. Lelon Jolly and wife, et al, to Mrs. Georgia B. Cross. 5<v acres off w side of nl nw* sec. 20, t 4 n, r. 3 e. *1. S. B. Trapp and wife to A. J. Vac caro, lot 1 block 70 in tbe city of For rest City $425. S. II. Mann, trustee, to W. p. Bran don and J. I». Baugh, w| no*, e nwj sec. 25, t 5 n, r 5 e: nwi sec. 22, t t> n. Fussell Addition to the city of For resst City. Ih L. Krown, et ah to J. M. Chil dress, block I in sec>. 30 and SI, t ti n. r 3 e, except 2K acres off north end. $800. Egbert Brown t<* J. M. Childress, block 1 In sees so and 31, t ti n, r 3 e, except 2ti acres off north end. $1. J. W Moore and w ife to .1 X. Wright lots 4 and 5, block •», Kolfe & Williams Addition to the city of Forrest City. $1450. T. G. I>a vis and wife to Frank Cal lahan, sei sei sec. 35, t 5 n, r :te. $60<». Peter and Simon Parker to Hudson Hugger Co., all the oak timber stand ing on n nwi sec. 5, t > n. r 2 e. $3*>. >0 ( aloinel Aeressarj. Tlie injurious effect and unpleasant ness of taking calomel is done awav with by Simmon's Liver Purifier, the mildest known liver medicine, yet the most thorough in action. Put up in yellow tin boxes only. Price 25c. Tried once, used always. See Sam Hurd’s new line of cloth ing. It is a swell line, and prices are about half of the original to parties for whom they were made GOODWIN TIMES. Last Friday morning everyone in our little town was shocked when they learned of the sudden death of Mrs. M. 15 Lamb, tieloved wife of our agent here Mr. Lamb and little daughter have the sympathy in their bereavement of everyone. Mr. Frank Dyal shipped the tirst carload of rice from Goodwin lust Sat urday morning. Mrs. John Decker, of Hunter, is visiting Mrs John Dyal. Mr. J \V. W iimuth has enhanced the beauty of his store by Installing hamsome new lights therein. Mr. Oscie Walker, of Palestine, spent a fer hours here Sunday among old acquaintances Mr. Gunther lias moved from the rice farm to the Brinkley Fruit Farm, east of town. Mr. and Mrs. Winters took in the Fair at Memphis last week. Mr. Frank Dyal and family have moved into their new home, the Reedy property. Miss Ituth Croom, our music teach er. has been on the sick list for a few fall Styles in 'Clothes for Men Who Want the $$est== We think we are stating it truthfully when we say that there is not a man in this community who isn t looking for 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, but being able to tell the difference between clothes that are merely good looking and those that are really good—this is an entirely different thing. And now we wish to add that clothes that are the best must he immensely more than good looking—they must have a shape retaining character on the inside that will stand the test of the weeks and months of good, hard usage they are sure to find. Such are our clothes made by Feldman, $}eekman & CINCINNATI. 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 really THE BEST -■' SUITS—OVERCOATS—RAINCOATS R. W. BENSON & CO. STERLING CLOTHES. McNeill were also seriously injured about the head, face and arms. An unknown lady with a..baby "as seri ously and painfully cut about the head and face, while t he baby escap< d without a scratch. Neither the con ductor nor the porter of the demol ished touring ear were injured. It is reported that quite a number of others were shaken-up and sustained minor bruises and scratches. l>r. .1. (». Kush. Knck Island railroad physi cian in this city. and > !’>. ( onrad, local wire chief for the Western I'nion Telegraph Co., left immediate ly for t he scene of the wreck after the news had reached F. rrest City, on eastbound passenger train N >. 4-. A special train bearing n..rses and physicians was rushed to the wreck (torn Memphis uid as quick y as possible the dead and seriously in jured were hurried back to tie bluff Cit y as quickly a> possible >n 11;is re lief t rain. r 2 e: n‘ ne; sec. 21. t is n. r 2 e. +::::**l M. W. Seaborn, commissioner, t John It. (irohmyer, sw ; sec. 13. t ! n. r a e. $700. Eugene Williams and wife t<> i W Mallory, parts lots 17 and I* block h , city of Forrest City. *10.ooo Win. Wood to It F. Sargent. u nw . ne! sec. 33, t 5 n, r 2 e: 2-3 > ne. see, t 5 n, r 2 e. $.*oo. Eugene Williams, trustee for Tie s (joodbody, to li. K. Smith, lot in sw j sec. 33, t I n. r 1 w, and all Rice Mill machinery on said lot belongingto Ar kansas Rice Mill & Power Co. $21,non Forrest City Rox Co. to J. o. Nes sen Lumber Co., all the lumber now in piles at mill situated sec. 7. t ■> n, r .7 e. $4220.43. John W Alderson and wife to Ed. Stough. se! sec. 2»>, U n, r 3 e. except 10 acres in se cor $4 *>0. J L. Newsome to Emma Newsome, lots 07. ti* and 40 feet off s side lot 60. Mrs I. .1. Folbre. ac' omi aided h\ 1 ;t‘r daughter. Mr> \V. 11 Fere > n left Saturday to join the formers m, Frank, who is spending tltree r t ur week* at Hot Springs, in the i - •' a* the kalis will cure him of a severe attack of biliousness from wide; he ha-- been suffering for some time Saves Leg of lloy. it seemed that my 14-yeai d l• y w odd have to lose id* leg. n a-v rut of an ugly nicer, caused by a bad bruise, wrote I> F. Howard. Aquone. N (' All remedies and d vi rs treat ment failed till we tried Ft cklen’s Arnica Salve and cured him with one box. Cures burns, boils, skin erup tions. piles. 2uc at ah druggists. FOR SALK One Brand New i aa - era Outfit, makes liiitTeient kinds of pictures -delivered to customer in 2 minutes—money maker no experience required, will sell for d-'ocash Have on hand material for making 42n worth of picture* which goes t ree ! Reason for selling Haven’t time to devote to the business T o 1> rris. Colt, Arkansas. I days. !»r. Fleming and John Sherman made a flying trip to Little Hock last M miay. Mr. Will S’ agg wears a broad smile, lrecai-.se it's a boy. Mr. Chas. I Mat ; rrebased Mr. ,I.W. Wilmoth's pretty home, on Soutli Main street L. ks suspicious. Char ley. Several loads of cotton In town to day .\ . u.:r rice farmers are taking ad vantage -f this pretty weather. I»r Fleming's little daughter. Eliza beth, came in from Memphis last Mm day evening and expects to spend ti<e winter wIth iier fallier. tgulte a number of our gentlemen enj yed a deer liunt last week. business must be picking up i no tice one of our business houses has an assistant clerk- an elderly gentleman. Miss Kibe! Jordan is getting along nicely with her school Messrs. Will Jordan a—1 ! ink Dyal were business visit :» i - cs’irie a j few days ago. ELECTION PROCLAMATION. Hjr virtue of the aut hority vested In me hr the constitution and laws of the state of Ark ansas, 1 hereby proclaim and make known that an election will be held til f*t Francis County, of said state, on c " Tuesday, No.etnlter 11IIS. for the purpose of voting for two Presidential elector* for the slate al large,one Presidential elector for each of the seven Congressional Districts, and one representative to the I>ower House of the Congress of the I idle.I state, for the I'irst Congressional District of the fit ale of Arkansas Said election will lie held by the judges In Ihe several townships as stated below who will make returns of same to the Hoard ,t Flection Commissioners of st IrancN County Arkansas, as rtqtrirad by law: • VOTINIi PRlCtMT* AID Pl.ACKS. Madison Township-Precinct No. i at M adlson Madison Township—Precinct No, at the County Court lions*-. Forrest City Madison Township-Precinct No 3 First M aril Forrest City, fain Hodges’ store house. Madison Township-Precinct No 4, Second " ard, Forrest City, at the office o! Forrest City liln Company Madison Township Pieclnct No. .*», Third " aril, Forrest City, al Clly Hall. Franks Township -Precinct No l, at Tuttle ton. at A, ,F Pipkin's Residence. thanks Township—Precinct No. at Ronatr. al darker s blacksmith shop. Hlackllsh Township—Precinct No. I at K&wIiMHt. at Ashworth's •dor** Hlackllsh Township—Precinct No. j at Cowan's store I.rlggs Township Precinct No. I, at Widen or, at Houston'"* old store house. Drlggs Township -Precinct No. •>. at Mose ley School llouse. • Higgs Tow nship - Precinct No. 3, at Bound Pond. Johnson Township at New Castle, at the house i >f t he New ( ast U* («iu Coin pan y. Telioo Tuwnahip-at Colt, at ihe hou>e be tween the tfln of the ('oil tiln Company and theold William*.’ store house L An^uillc Township-at the school house atiM acedonla Prairie I'ownship-at Palestine at the store house formerly occupied by Mr. Felix Hall Ooodwin Township -at Hood win, at Reedy’s Wheatley lownshlp-at Wheatley at Hr. Bettis’ new building The polls wilt open at S o'clock a m and close at ti:M0 o'clock p. in. All mills, shops and factories In St, Francis County and the State of Arkansas are re quired by law to close down on election day or exchange their working forces not later than 4 o’clock p. m, on election nay, so that all employees who are legally entitled to do so may vote. A II dramshops and drinking houses In said county must lie closed at sunrise on said day and remain closed until sunrise On the follow ing day. (liven under my hand this 4th day of Octo ber, 1912, al Forrest City, Arkansas. _ J. F. M<Dougal sheriff ami Ex-officio Collector of the Reve nues of st. Francis County, Arkansas. Administrators' and Executors’ Set tlements. Notice Is hereby given, that the following administrators’ ami executors' settlements have lieen tiled in the I'rohate Court of St Francis County for conflmatitm on the first day of the next regular Oct., 1912, term of said court, towlt: Estate of B. B. Ball, deceased—T. A All man, administrator: lirst settlement Estate Mary Holmes Pearce, deceased—.1 no. Oat ling, Jr., administrator: Hist and final set tlement. Estate Noah Powell, deceased—E. P. Powell administrator: Hist and final settlement. Estate II. P. Schmitt, deceased-CarlSchmitt administrator: lirst and linal settlement. Estate of J. It Hodges, dcceased--K. B Smith, administrator: lirst settlement. Estate of R. A. Jett, deceased—It. F. Jett administrator; first and linal settlrmeat. Estate of John Cox, deceased—Emma Cox admlnlrlratrlx: lirst settlement. Estate of II. A, Hudgins, deceased—M. K Ricks, admlntrator: lirst settlement. Estate of It F. Thomas, deceased—Cora Haynes, administratrix: Hist and linal settle ment. All persons Interested in the settlement of said estates, are uoliHeil to come forward anil tile their exceptions thereto, if any they have, on or before the second day of the next Oct., 1912, term of said court, or they will In' for ever barred from excepting to said settle ment, or any Item thereof. Witness my hand and seal of court, al office in Forrest fit v, Arkansas this the tilth day of Oct., 1912. T C M ERWIN, Clerk NOTICK OF S TOCK HOI.OCRS MHKTINO. The Chicago, Rock Island and Pacific Rail way Company. Chicago Illinois, August s, HR2 The annual meeting of the stockholders of The Chicago, Rook island and Pacific Railway Co., will he held at the office of the (Joinpany, in the City of Chicago, Cook county, Illinois, on Tbur lay, the tenth day of October, 1912. at ten o'clock a. m., for the election of direc tors ; to submit for ratification on the part of the stockholder*, the action of the executive commit tee oft he board of directors In author izing the execution by the officers of this 'Company, of a lease of the Rock Island and Dardanelie Railway Company, a corporation In the Mate of Arkansas, owning a line of railway from Dardanelie, Arkansas, to a point connecting with the line of The Chicago. Rock island ami Pacific Railway Company at Ola, Arkansas, approximately thirteen (13) miles of road, ami the form ami the terms of the lease executed pursuant to such author ization of the Executive committee: and for the 11ansaetion of all other business that may I roperly come lie fore the meeting. <«eo II. Crosby, II I . Mudge, Secretary, President. (‘.Mi-lit) NOTICE of CON FIRE\Tlo\. In the Chancerv Court of St. Francis count j. c. E. ami VN W. Harliour, F^\ Parte. Notice Is hereby given that < F Harbour ami \V \Y Harliour have tiled a petition In the < hamcry Court of St Francis county. Arkan sas, showing a prlma fade title to one hun dred and eighty-nine ami one half (IMM-2) acres of land off south end of the oast half of section four (♦>. Township four (4) north of base line, range one (I• west, and asking that their title to said land he confirmed. Now Therefore all persons who claim any interest in the land aiiove described are here by called u|m»ii to sippear at tlie next term of this i uni t and show cause w hy the title of the |H*titlom*i s should not l.»c confirmed. R NV. PAYNE, ' 2-mit) Clerk of t he Chancery Court. \N artiing ()rder. In the Chancery Court of St. Francis County. I lames I l ondien, Plaintiff vs. lames II. Izard, Defendant. Tlie defendant, James H. Izard, Is warn <1 to ap|»eat In this court within thirty days and answer the complaint of the plaintiff. Janes j I F'omJren. '•*pt. 2ti, 1912 R. W PA YNF, Clerk. BABY’S STOMACH When the baby’s stomach la disordered lb" more mod put into It tin- wo! - ■ it gets. The baby becomes thin, rs o and feverish and U liable to some infantile d! -ease that may be fatal McGEE'S BABY ELIXIR is just the thing needed to correct this condition. It helps d.gestion. removes sourness, in flammation, and wind in the bowels Coil" pains cease in stantly after it i" used. Sickly babies grow well and strong under Its beneficial influence. It contains no opium, morphine or any other Injurious drug. Price 50c i*er Bottle. JamesF.Ballard,Prop. St.Louis,Mo. , Use Stephens Eye Salve, Sore Eyes. It Cure**' SosoJilisRtcowwtNomS J. T. SAN L>EPS.