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BROTHERS Two Stores eondiictotl a mJt h .1 «rth^ ! ' 'T't T °JlJackson stre*'t ''■|ier‘' ,h|T „„ of. . ; " ,e >,aat two 5*ears’ that popular firm of Swartz Brothers, have opened Building where ol,w'"m,h"eat '"' "er <>* " ashington and Jackson streets, in the old Winthrop "« " Iks Z £* twir ‘T "rir “f a"d fa" <*»*""'*• Their which to list a few seasonable Valnes ""T in in The Times this week in LOOK AT THESE PRICES Men s Tailor Made Suits worth up to and |:to. Sale price Men’s Ta«,or Made Pants very latest Myles, worth'up to $o and Superb line of Boys’ School Suits, real *s values Sale price per Suit, only . ' Sale price. $12.50 $ 3.50 $ 4.50 WI .. los*. . a'0,'*e ^raii<ls of Shot's which you have worn and know the merits of_Sir Knight ^T«naw«*"**■""<* Sh<**for"oy »«<■ **»-V JUST A WORD TO THE LADIES. .. ,, 11 n’ sati^y I'l^asf you iu the elegant invoices of Ladies' and Misses' Sweaters A via t.on Caps. Dress Hoods. ( hi hire., s School Dresses, Etc., now on display here, both as to price and quality > on w ill* ertainly be \ei> hard indeed to please and satisfy. You will find it easy to select your purchas es at either of our stores and we cordially invite you to come at the earliest opportunity. In fact you can n.d afFoid to o\eilook this chance to supply yourself with the rarest and choicest bargains of the* season Do not delay. ( ome now and get a line on the things you need—the things you are obliged to have, and we guarantee to save you money on every purchase. SWARTZ BROTHERS Two Stores.. SWARTZ BROTHERS ..OUR FALL CAMPAIGN.. D<) NOT BK DKCFIYKD because we have been keeping tin* least bit still lately. Although we have been quiet, we have been busy, with the must gratifying result that our large store room on Front street is ciowded to the veiling with one of the largest Fall ami Winter Stocks of Merchandise, Shoes and Clothing that has ever been shown in Forrest City. Our many friend- and customers, as well as the buying public generally, know u> well enough to know that we never take a back seat when it is a matter of supplying the trade with the very best the market affords in every department. COME ON TO THIS STORE and do your trading a- you has • alwaysdone. you will find a cordial welcome. < )ur Fa! 1 < 'a m pa mu i- now open and we guarantee to save sou money when you shop at this store and will oiler you nothing but the very highest grades of Standard Merchandise in all department-. Come and convince yourself that the bargains an 1 value- are assembled here in a greater and more ijjeasingatray than ever before. e are Prepared to Fit the Children Out in Winter School Togs at a Smaller Cost Than Any Other Dealer in the City. Brandon, Baugh & Co. FRONT SIRKFT FORREST CITY’S LEADING HOSTELRY the XTANDSOM K BRICK STRl'CTl'EK.Three Sto ries and Basement. Situated (. onveniently at the junction of the Rock Island and Iron Moun tain Railroads. AMERICAN PLAN. II. M*. Ford, the landlord, is a "booster, a great letter writer and wants to hear from you. HOTEL MARION Forrest city. ARKANSAS THE RED SOX Won ili** World's Championship from the Giants, but I’m the best pitcher in the ‘\St.ilT of Life" league. To Make You a Customer Is My Constant Aim! DON'T DO I Hi K! (>ur excellent llread, Light Dolls, brown Huns, Fresh Doughnuts, Ibime Made Ties, Cakes, Cookies. Jelly Roll. Tarts, etc., etc. WILL MAKK A HIT. IF Yol 'LL I*HUM IT. Klondike Bakery. THANK BUKKAKT. Crop. FULLWOOD TIMES. Mr. Mack Null made a short visit to the hill country to the northwest and on his return reports that he is well pleased with the conditions at the points visited. Messrs. Alexander and .John Lind sey went to the western part of this county last Friday returning Satur day. They went to buy hogs to con vert into bacon for next year. The summer term of the Parrott school closed last Friday. The even ing exercises consisted'of a talk by the teacher to the class that hail stood their examinations for advance ment to high school studies. The pupils in that class present and who received their certificates were Mary H. Allen. Addie Null, Laura Ander son. Susie Powers and Simon Capps. The pupils were impressed with the fact that, there were still about the years of diligent study l>efore them, before they could attain to a very fair education, and above all that .each must guard carefully the basic principles of a good moral character. With every true teacher the hour of parting from Ids pupils, even fur a tew months, is always a sad one. for Perchance at the next roll call all will not be present. Several of the pa rents and friends to tlie school were on hand and all seemed impressed with the exercises. A good work has been done for the school and all have much to be proud i f. A majority of the patrons have expressed them selves as satisfied with the attain ments of their children and have asked a continuance of the conditions that will insure to them some of the advantages of an extended course of study in their own school without having to send their children otY Oct. 11th. l!tl2. FOR SICK HEADACHE AND CONSTIPATION. Viler OI<l Time Keinetlie* I'ail Try lientle, III i hm in I Hot Springs Liver Buttons. Dontcondern this wonderful bowel, liver and stomach remedy just l>e eauuse pills, salts, waters and oils have not given satisfaction Hot Springs Liver Buttons are a scientific remedy, the formula of the best medical brains in Hot Spr ings. Ark. One little button, easily taken, will do the work and do it so well that you will he joyfully astonished. Take one each night for a few days; you’ll eat better, work tietter. sleep better, your eyes will brighten and your skin grow clearer. We urge you to give them one trial we want you to know and feel the 'iipreme relief that one little Hot Springs Button w ill bring We know you won't be satisfied with common, every-day cathartics after one trial. All druggists sell them at i'-'i cwits a box. For free sample w rite Hot Springs Chemical Co., Hot Springs. Ark., Hatcher £ Caldwell, special agents in Forrest C ty. Clem Summers of Fine Tree was circulating among friends In thecity 1 Tuesday. 4 rhrnnnirnal Slnrj of Sucres*. Hve years ago, come Christmas day. Edward Rose came to Forrest City. \\ lien Hose hit town he had a box of Ruby glassware worth about *1 "> and a glass engraving machine tliat lie worker! with his foot with which he ground out the names of persons on the pieces of glassware and sold it to the |>eople as useful souvenirs. This engraving machine was no doubt worth something like thus it will he seen when Rose started in business here his entire stock in trade amounted to about *.'«0. In this issue of The Times appears a full page advertisment telling of the great array of attractive liar gains to be had at Rose s Home Gro cery. Edward Rose, the proprietor, who had such a meager and obscure I beginning W> Forrest City, now owns two lots, 120x1.1$ on which lie lias erected a store building 16x50 feet and a warehouse 12x34 feet, in ad dition to a nice cottage home where lie and ids family reside Tlds prop erty. real estate and buildings, may be valued conservatively at about •2500. Aside from tlds Hose carries a stock of goods in ids store‘that will invoice #1500, does an annual business that w ill amount to #10,000 and lias a substantial cash account to Ids credit in the bank. Rose says that Forrest City and St. Francis county is al>out the l*st place in the world to live and he lias traveled a great deal. It makes no difference whether you are thinking of coming to Arkansas or not, you will lie interested in knowing some of the inside facts about how Rose has succeeded. Rose is an intelli gent man as you will naturally con clude. He is also a booster for For rest City and if you would like to find out something further about the secret of tliis man's phenorrenal suc cess, address. Edward Rose, care Rose's Home Grocery. Forrest City, Arkansas. CALOMEL IS UNSAFE. Local Druggist Who Sells Dodson's LiverTone, Guarantees it to Take the Place of Calomel. If your liver is not working just right, you do not need to take a chance on getting knocked all out by a dose of calomel. Goto Hatcher & Caldwell, who sell Dodson's Liver Tone, and pay .">o cents for a large bottle. You will get a harmless vegetable remedy that will start your liver without violence, and if it does not give complete satisfaction the druggist will refund your money with a smile. If you buy a bottle of Dodson's Liver Tone for your self or your children, you have insured your fami ly relief from attacks of constipation, biliousness, lazy liver, and headache. It is as lienetieia! and safe for chil dren as for* adults. A bottle of Dod son's Liver Tone is something every man or woman should keep in the house. Your money is safe because you can return the bottle if it fails to satisfy. Peterson Jackson, an oldtime citi zen of this county, but who is now a resident of Hot Springs, is spending a week in this county looking after his landed and farming interests in the St. Francis Valley. letter Than 4 Bold Mine. We publish here the story of suc | cess of a will known young St. Fran cis county farmer. Six or eight years ago Lon Bynum bought a t ract of land on Crowley Ridge consisting of 14<> acres on a credit, although at that time Bynum made a cash payment on the land of 4.H00. Since that time Bynum has met the deferred payments out of the products of the place, in addition to this, lie lias built a good house and made other improvements and had a good living at home for himself .and family. On Tuesday Bynum sold ids place to F. W. Shouse of (Jreen county for *h)oo. In addition to this sum By num owns livestock valued at tl400 and quite a neat sum of cash money to his credit in the bank. According to Bynum's figures and statement, he has made in clear money, outside of his living expenses, $.‘>000 within the past six or eight years on the farm These facts would indicate that an investment hi lands on Crow ley Itidge Is better than a gold mine. Bynum says he does not intend to leave St. Francis county. “There arc lots of splendid opportunities here to make money, and 1 am going to grab one and rhake a strong effort to repeat on this toOOO stunt within the next live or six years,’’ is the way Bynum puts it. What Bynum can do in St. Francis county, others can do by good management and close application to business. Smell By HIm Wife. She’s a wise woman wlio knows just what to do when her husband's life is in danger, hut Mrs.It. J. Flint, Brain tree, Vt., is of that kind. She insist ed on my using Dr. King's New Dis covery, writes Mr. F., for a dreadful cough, wiien 1 was so weak my friends all thought I had only a short time to live, and it completely cured me. A quick cure for coughs’ and colds, it’s the most safe and reliable medicine for many throat and lung troubles grip, bronchitis, croup, whooping cough, quinsy,tonsilitis, hemorrhages. A trial will convince you. 50 cts., and 11.00. Guaranteed by all druggists. Mayor .lames I,. Scott, spent a couple of days in Little Bock the lat ter part of last week. The Mayor’s principal business in the City of Boses was to present a petition for pardon on behalf of one, John Swannigan, colored, to Governor Donaghey. The Mayor was successful in Ids mission and announces that tlie governor has promised to set Swannigan free on the lirst of November. Mayor Scott also says that Governor Donaghey will be a candidate for the l\ S. sen ate two years lienee against Senator •lames P. Glarke. Notice of Trustee’s Sale. Whereas. John F. Hell and l.ula Hell, his wife, and I.. I'.. Hell, unmarried, on the 2Stli day of April, 11417, conveyed to the under sinned an undivided one-half Interest in Lot Three (3) 11 lock Sc\euty-otin <711 of the city of Forrest 4'lty, Arkansas, said conveyance being In trust to secure tin- payment of an In debtedness therein named payable to otto It. lioltwage. And. Whereas. S. II. Mann is now tin- holder of said Indebtedness, and lias requested the un dersigned to make sale of said proiierty to pay the same, said indebtedness being past due and unpaid, and It being prov ided In said Trust Peed that the undersigned should make -ale of said properly nimn being re quested to dn-o by the legal holder of said note, after Ill-si giving leu days notice of the t line, terms, object and place of sale, and the proper! v to he sold, Now, Therefore, the undersigned will on W etluesilaj, the 2i»th BuyofOrt . 11112, a* t)i»* west door of the Courthouse in Forrest City. st. Francis County. Arkansas, offer at public outcry to the highest bidder for rash, the real estate above described, said sale be ing made for the purpose of satisfying said indebtedness and theeost of this sale II A. K NIC I IT. Trustee. Sacrifice of Old Stock. Here is a list of stuff left over from the old J. W. Beck Company Stock. It is all staple goods and just as good of its kind as you can purchase anywhere, but I want to get rid of it, because I am not going to continue handling any of the lines listed. Do you get me? Well come and look it over and buy it for about what you think you ought to pay for it. Fifty odd pieces of furniture, consisting of dressers, sideboards’ washstands, etc., that will be closed out regardless of cost. Being crowded for floor space, I have moved this furniture up stairs over Max Yoffie's, and while I am not going to give it away, come and get it at your own price. This is something that was carried over from the old i. W. Beck Co. stockand a line I do not intend to handle. One hundred stone jars, from three to five gallons, at 7 1-2 cts, per gallon. Cjf Eighty overcoats to be sold at half the original selling price. * All the tinware and hardware left over from the J. W. Beck Co. stock will be closed out at almost any figure to get rid of it. I am not going to handle these two lines at all. A few single and double barreled shotguns, of the old i. W. Beck Co. stock, will be closed out at less than manufacturer's cost. A new set of James & Graham wagon wheels for less money than the factory sells them at wholesale. R. W. BENSON A CO. The Big Store on the Corner.