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^announcement. In conjunction with our Grand Fall Open inir in our Ladles’ Department, we will have ready for your inspection our New iron Heds, New Furniture and New Rugs It will prove beneficial to you to look over these lines while you are in our store ' ours for patronage, BECKER & LEWIS. ELKS LODGE NOTICE. PORREST CITY LODGE, B. P. 0. ELKS No. 1219 liegular Meeting Nights band iiui Fourth Thurtday Nights in each month at Odd Fellaw'i Ball. *11 visiting brethren cordially invited and will be welcomed. H A. KNIGHT. Exalted Ruler R. W. BENSON. Secreury. Cranberries at Nebletts Fresh codfish at Xebletts. Rub-My-Tism will cure you. Garrett SnutT, 23c at Evans’. N’ew fat Mackerel at Neblett’s Holsum Bread at Lawrence's. Xew Seeded Flaslns at Neblett's Goto Lawrence's for good apples. For Concrete Curbings see C. G, Weier. Yellow Yam Sweet Potatoes at Lawrence's Jersey Bull, North of town. 12 season. II. W. Lewis. Try a pail of Armour's Simon Pure Lard. H R. Neblett. Get what you want when you want it—at City Drug Store. Let Dryden make your pictures, workmanship equal to the best. Mosquito Bars with frames. $L‘.n and 12.00, at Scott & Ferguson's. New dried fruits, Lvaporated apples and Caliioruia peaches at Neblett’s. If you like this issue of The Times buy a copy and send it to some friend. A nice room in private family with board can be secured by telephoning 225. For anything you want in the gro ceryline, hunt up Lawrence's, i’hone 248. Fl'RNITCRE Becker & Lewis, newest ni< st complete line Best Quality. Just Received Fresh line of finest Chocolate Candies, at Lawrence's Grocery. Send your clothing to be cleaned, repaired and pressed, to Sam Hurd, the tailor Just received a -well line of Station ery, Tally and Place Cards at City I'rug Store. Fresli Evaporated Apricots, Apples and Peaches just received at Law rences Grocery. I’hone 248. Get one f those Royal Tailored Misfit Suits of Sam Kurd, the Tailor. He will fit you. as he has all sizes. FOR REN T \ ice i-room residence, titv water, in l’ettus and Williams •'dditr n.f r f 1J month.Tele phone '-’2.'). Messrs ■ is Lewis and John Ma 0L:- tw >( rtv Forrest Cityites, are rptiidin. , a*. >r two in Hoi Springs. | P.ac* > r order now for your fall ■ or measure Fit and wtisfarti i. _ aranteed Sam Burd. Jit tai; tr Foif s \ | y. \ ew seven-room I louse v it»i Rosser street, just \ is resilience. Appv to >• W eler. M' and M - Walter Allen, spent -iiJa, u \N ynne m a visit witli the Mien’s mother. Mrs. •Hie G.a-s Mks , a >a,et, attractive 7“*' ;• and Mrs s K Sweet ' wideher -p. nt several days tlie **} **' nil.iscitv on a visit to rrs',t^.r \j %s Mary Sweet and her 1*°d Mi-- |. i alieth I‘re wet t. Frank Doyle is , , -, v- - working at the lo ck island depot at Madison, while Jr \ M1< hatie>’ is taking a deserv ed rest and vacation 1 rof. J ( Nall, oi Wheat lev. spent Saturday and Sunday in this city, on a visit with ids friends. Dr .1. A Bo gart ami S. B. Conrad. Will buy ail Choice White Peas offered, for cash, at market price. Forrest City Grocer Co. \i^rSi R- Clark went over to .Memphis Tuesday morning on a visit to her sister-in-law who was reported quite ill the first of the week. ( all and see the plat of our new ad dition to the city of Forrest City. now offered for sale. Eugene Williams at Bank of Forrest City. II. W. Benson, the popular Frent Street merchant, went over to Mem phis yesterday morning to purchase his spring line of Manhatten shirts. d. M. Nichols, popular representa tive of the Waters-Pierce Oil Co., in this city, spent the latter part of last week at W'heatley and vicinity. LOST Wednesday night, between shield's Drug store and the Imperial Theatre, a pair of gold spectacles. Re turn to Times cilice and be rewarded. Mrs. John Batling left Saturday fur Little Hock where she will spend several weeks on a visit to the family of her daughter. Mr. and Mrs. L B. Leigh. See the styles aud get prices before buying your fall and winter bats and millinery, i will not be undersold. New goods arriving dailv. Madame E. Boyle. Louis Bondman. a handsome and wide awake dry goods salesman from St. Louis, has accepted a position through tne busy season with Swartz Brothers. We receive the latest and best issues of Souvenir Costcards every month, at the Newsstand. Septem-! l>er assortment just received. Ter dozen, 25c. Miss Lena Thompson, left Wednes day morning for Hot Springs to at tend the bedside of her brother-in law. J. II. Runyan, who is reported <iuite ill in that city. Miss Mabel Jacobson, a most charm ing and attractive little lady from Guthrie. < iklahoma. is spending some time in the city, a guest of her cous in, Miss Norma Isaac-. Mr. W. W. Bryan, of Bryanville, was in town on business Tuesday lie says the pickers are making the fields look black, and will probably be thru by middle of November. Mr. and Mrs. A B. Pyle accom* panied by the latter s mother. Mrs. | Alice I. Taylor spent a day or two the first of tlie week on a visit with friends and relathes in Marianna W. It- Ferguson, enterprising ju nior member of the tirm of Scott & Ferguson, spent Sunday in Hot Springs on a visit to his family w ho are sojourning in that city for sever al weeks. Mrs. George Gilliam of Henderson, N arrived in the city Monday evening on a visit of several weeks to the family of her son, Mr. and Mrs. James Gilliam and other relatives and friends. Mr. Lee Derrick and Miss India Mayfield, two prominent young so ciety people of Marianna, were mar ried Tuesday. The bride and groom passed through this city yesterday morning enroute home after a brief honeymoon trip to The City of Roses. ___ About That New Hat! IT IS I MIN UiTANT. in fact, we say it is necessary, that you see the new invoices of Pattern and Ready-to-wear Hats, Shapes. Trimming ideas and designs here, before you have treated yourself justly m the important matter of making your selections in this line are i ntident that you will be pleased w ith the rnaiiy pretty and modish things being shown here in rail and Wint*-r Millinery, Novelties. Etc., and we •niarant.-,- to satisfy you in anything you may desire lli •* I rimmed Hat because it there is nothing in *to k that suit:- we ll helt» you design something and trim it a- yuu suggest, according to plans and speci ■'‘atiotui to your order even to the last “sprig of bbboii and the last stitch of silk, then if you are not k'-a'-d we are ready to take the blame. HATS ark made at this shop. k*t have the pleasure of talking to you early about YOURS. R. e. WINFIELD & COMPANY. Milliuers to the People. Sam Hurd, tlie tailor, wants to d< your cleaning, repairing and pressing t irst-class work at reasonable prices is bis motto. Ladie’s work given same careful attention as men’s, (live him a trial. FOR SALE—An up-to-date five room residence, close in. lot 210x110 feet, city water, nice garden spot and chicken yard, in desirable neighbor hood. Price II,mo. Address .las. 1 Haw k, or phone No. 225. Miss Irma Stevens arrived home yesterday morning from an extended vi-it at Eureka Springs. The young lady is very much refreshed as a re sult of her vacation and savs she has had the time of “her young life.” Mrs. K. R. Norton and two children. Martha and Rosamond, who had spent several weeksin thisdty. guests of friends and homefolks at t he Nor ton and ( umining homes, returned yesterday morning to their home at Benton. Miss Annita Carder arrived home Sunday morning from Denver, Colora do, where »lie had been on an ex tended visit with relatives and friends. The young ladv reports" a most enjoyable stay and is much im proved in health. Dizziness, spells of blindness, head ache and sour stomach are caused by torpid liver and constipated bowels. Pricklv Ash Hitters removes the cause of the trouble and puts the system in perfect order. J. T. San ders, Special Agent. Mr. and Mrs. Joliu A. Huber of Marion. Ohio, arrived in the city yesterday on a visit of several weeks and are guests at the home of their relatives, Mr. and Mrs. Otis Stevens and Col. and Mrs. Marion Bean on the St. Francis river. Constipation is the rock that wrecks many lives; it poisons the very life blood. Regularity can be established through the use of Prick ly Asli Hitters, it is mildly cathartic and strerigtliens the stomach, liver and kidneys. J. T. Sanders, Special Agent. George W. Johnson, traveling rep resentative for the Waters-Pierce Oil Co., who is making headquarters in tills city, v^as here yesterday morn ing and reports a rushing business throughout his territory, especially in the rice growing district around Wheatley and Goodwin where tlie oil business has more than doubled on account of the great activities in cident to the harvesting season widen is just now at its height. ^ ou can't, dodge the Malaria germ while your liver is torpid It make you an easy mark for any disease. I>r. M.A. Simmon's Liver Medicine is the best protection. It puts the i liver in sound healthy condition and ' purities the stomach and bowels, j Price 2o. cts. per package. Sold by | City J>rug Store. John Malouf has rented the store room lately vacated by the II Folbre & Co., pool room. Into which he has removed his restaurant and grocery stock. It Is Col. Malouf's intention to tit up the swellest restaurant in the city at his new stand, where he will be pleased to see all his old friends and patrons. Miss Helen Nichols left Sunday morning for Little Lock where she will spend a month cn a visit to the family of her uncle, Mr. and Mrs. W I> hard, and her school friend, Miss Marie Jundkind. The Times joins the young lady's numerous friends in wishing her a most, enjoy able stay in the City of Hoses. We^iesire to call the attention of the trade to the fact that we have just placed on our shelves the most attractive and largest line of School Shoes ever brought to Forrest City. It is only necessary for you to seetVis line to admire it. It is a line that will meet every demand for style, wear comfort and price. Scott & Fer guson. •‘Fug” Smith, who lias been laying of! from work the past moot It, is back on the job again as mail carrier on I!. F. 1). No. 2. Our friend Smitii makes a good man for Cncle Sam on tbe road and bears the enviable repu tation of always being ready to ac commodate and favor all his friends along the route in every manner possible. Wm. A. Allen, Chacon, N. Mex , writes: My wife had a cough that nearly choked tier to death, the worst I ever saw. We tried everything we could think of but did her no good. By : good luck I happened to get a bottle of Foley's Honey and Tar Compound and it helped her at once. It is the l>est cough medicine I ever heard of. J. T. Sanders. J.C. Hay. Wintield. Ala , says: My fattier, T. .I. Ray, suffered with kid ney and bladder trouble so bad lie had to use a catheter. Various kidney remedies were tried without result, and finally we gave him Foley Kid ney Fills. In three days lie could pass some water and on the fifth, no longer needed a catheter. He con tinued to use Foley Kidney Fills un til entirely cured. J. T. Sanders. Have the Vigor of Health. TO the young man embarking upon a business career— Success comes faster to tlie, man of health—provided he looks and acts it—than to the man with a weak and run down system. A healthy skin, bright eyei, dear brain, and the resulting energy will win oat anywhere it means snap and vigor in abandance if your blood is impoverished, the skin blotchy, the eyes dull and strained, you will do well to correct the fault. Nyal's Hot Springs Blood Remedy Will Do That Very Thing A LARGE BOTTLE FOR $1.00. We expect to be here in business a good many years. The only way we can do it is by treating everybody rigiit. That's Oar Policy. J. S. SHIELDS & COMPANY, Mr. and Mrs. .7. W. Moore, accom- ! panied bv their two children, Virgie and William and their charming neice, Miss Vera Scott, left Monday to spend a week in attendance upcn tlie Carlisle fair. Miss Georgia Merwin, who arrived home the latter part of last week from a most delightful visit with j relatives and friends in Helena, has been assisting tier father, Capt. T. C. Merwin, with his clerical duties in the probate clerk's office this week. Mr. Wayne Perkins, who has been suffering for several weeks with a malignant attack of inflammatory rheumatism, is able to be out again, though lie has to use crutches. He has our sincere sympathy in his atfic tion, and we hope he will soon be en tirely restored. Night Watchman Dee Sellers re turned home from Memphis early this morning where he had been to place his father, Capt. T. S. Sellers in the hospital for treatment. The latter gentleman has been suffering greatly from an nfWietion of the eves for several weeks. H W. Mosley, left Tuesday morn ing for Round Pond, where lie has accepted a position as store manager for .1 R. Te ry. Harry Mosley is an energetic and conservative business man and abetter man for the job at Round l'ond could not have been found. We wish him success. Another sulistantial improvement of which all the citizens of Forrest City feel a just pride and which is now rapidly nearing completion is the large new concrete platform be ing built at the Rock island depottiy the Rock Island railroad company and the Hotel Marion company. The prostrating effect of constant backache and those depressing, bear ing down side pains from wnich wo men suffer so much, are quickly re lieved when Dr Simmon’s Squaw Vine Wine is used. It acts directly on the cause of the trouble, restores regularity, aids digestion, builds up the body and brings back tire vigor and ciieerfulness of health. Price $1.00 per bottle. Sold by City Drug Store. CASTOR IA For Infanta and Children. Tbi Rind You Have Always Bought Bears the Signature of FOR RENT—Nice furnished room for gentleman in private family. Phona 225. Miss Clemmie Hariis is now behind the counters at the Warshavsky Store a> the gracious head saleslady. ' Rud Dorris, enterprising general merchant and gin man of Colt, was a business visitor to the city Wednes day. A very tjuiet wedding was solem nized in this city on Sunday when A. F. (lartside, of RutTalo. N. Y.. was married to Miss Sarah Boehm of St. Louis, at the Methodist parsonage, Rev. F. W. Gee, officiating. Walter Stevens has resigned his pi - sition with the Forrest City Grocer Co., and is now in Chicago, where he is taking a course in embalming, as the preliminary step to forming a business partnership with his father in the undertaking business in this city. John Catling, Jr., has accepted a position witl) the Grocer Co. in Mr. Steven s place. George >V. hirli), Truck farmer. George W. Kirby, who owns a farm on Crow lev Ridge, atxiut four or live miles southeast of Forrest City, lias been raising truck for the past thirty tears and his farm, instead of being run down lias steadily improved each year in productiveness and fer tility. through scientific methods of rotation and fertilization. Kirby makes money on truck every year and has only slight complaint to makeover his prospects for this year, which has been marked bv erratic seasons and unfavorable weather conditions Speaking of his corn yield, Kirby says: "despite the excessive rainy pe riods and the ravages of the army worms that have caused farmers so much vexation and worry during this good year of 1912. I have had phenom enal success in growing corn on aver age hill land and do not hesitate to say that 1 can produce as tine speci mens of corn as any farmer on Crow ley Ridge.” Kirby also goes in strong for bee culture and his large colony of bees produce a quality of honey that is unexcelled in any of the markets of the world and lie considers this oneof ttie most protiiable ends of ids busi ness Kirb» grows and supplies this market with vegetables, melons and produce of all kinds. He keeps an ac curate account of profits and expen ditures every year and is always ready to give a clear and comprehensive statement of what a small truck farm on Crowley Ridge may tie expected to vield in dollars and cents. You mav form Ids acquaintance by letter and. our word for it, he is a good man to know. PURINA FEEDS. Purina Horse and Mule Feed Keeps Stock Up and Feed Bills Down. F>urina Chick Feed, Saves Baby Chicks. Purina Scratch Feed. Makes Hens Lay. Purina Chicken Chowder, Makes Hens Pay. Purina Dairy Feed, Increases the Milk Flow. A TRIAL WILL CONVINCE THE HOST SKEPTICAL. Grobmyer Lumber & Feed Go. SOLE AGENTS. Prompt Delivery. Phone 75 Miss Irene Freeman, who had lieen in Chicago since last Thursday where she went to meet Mr. and Mrs. Wal ker Winston, arrived home yesterday morning on the Hot Springs special llock Island train No. In just a short time ahead of Mr. and Mrs. Winston, who followed Miss Freeman on train, No 42. 'I'lie Times Is informed that the Winstons contemplate spending sometime at Mrs. Winston’s home and among friends in tids city, and hastens to join the bride's legion of Irlends (we say bride because tills is Mrs. Graham's iirst visit home since she was married) in expending them a most hearty and cordial welcome. FOR SALE—Second-hand Piano in good condition, price #<>r>. monthly payments. Inquire at Times Otllce. Master (>amble Dillon, seven or eitfht year old sou of Mr. and Mrs. John Dillon had a very narrow es cape from death on Saturday, last. Gamble, together with a number of other boys, was playing near the homes of Mrs. D. C. Webb and Mrs. Alice Heck, when a black pony be longing to the former family, charged into thecrowdof youngsters, running the Dillon boy down and trampling upon him witli the result that he was severely bruised and sustained ugly gashes about the head and The Times is pleased to note, ev* r. that the little fellow's injuries are not serious and that he is doing nicHy at this writing. N w Navy Heans, California Hlack I Ej* I Peas and Split Peas at Neblett’s. neck, how* SUMMER COLDS Bhauld not be neglected. It means a condition id the lungs that brings on Pneumonia, Bronchitis or some other serious disease. Ballard’s Horehound Syrup Is a good remedy for sore throat and cold settled In the lungs. II eases pain In the chest, hoarseness, obstinate coughs, congestion In the lungs, loss of voice 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 and bronchial tubes. Children like it because It Is pleasant to the taste; It la a quirk relief for the throat and lung disorders to which children are subject. Price 25c, 50c and $1.00 per Bottle. Buy the |1.00 size It contains five times as much ns the 25c size, and you get with each battle a Dr llerrlck’a Bed Pepper Porous Plaster for the cheat. JAMS F. BALLARD PROPRIETOR ST. LOUIS, M0. for %Veak Sight or Sore Fjm, use Stephens Eye Salve. It rare*. Fold by CITY DRUG STORE. When You Buy Paint Here it it like buying directly from the company operating the largest paint and varnish plant in the world—the makers of the “Acme Quality” paints, enamels, stains, varnishes. I You can get exactly what you want in the ACME QUALITY kind for touching things up, painting inside or outside, or for any other use. In buying, ask for the new authority—“The Acme Quality Painting Guide Book.” * EWART-MARSHALL LUMBER CO. FORREST CITY, ARK. When 1 Pleased WE ARE HAPPY The hearty appreciation and generous response which our Fail and Winter showings of appropriate apparel for Ladies, has met at lhe hands of our patrons and the trade is an evidence that you have been pleased, as a consequence, we are happy. We are enjoying a most satisfactory selling period, and we desire to assure you again that we have endeavored to use our very best judgment in the selection of the new invoices of MILLINERY now on display at this store. See Recent Arrivals in Long Coats, Robespere Collars and One-Piece Dresses The Emporium. A. J. VACCARO & CO.