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Delicious “Red Ball”
Oranges Bring You Richest Silverware Actual Size) Delicious;* rich, seedless oranges —glowing from the brilliant Califor The sweet est, most healthful food in all the world, for every body—babies or grown-ups. a “Red Ball” fruit is the dean- * esl of fruits—for it is never \ touched by bare hands. Every ‘ “Red Ball” orange and lemon is Ilia SUn. picked, wrapped in tissue paner, and packed for shipping by workers wno wear clean, white cotton gloves. “Red Ball” lemons are juiciest—thin-skinned—mostly seedless ' —economical because they go farther than other lemons. / “Red Ball” Trademarks Bring Tou Rogers Silverware ■' Send us the trademarks cut from your “Red Ball” orange / and lemon wrappers. Get your premiums of splendid Rogers guaranteed standard A-l table1 silverware. 27 different premi ums. Complete equipment for fashionable table. The handsome. grange spoon ; shown above is l sent for 12 “Red Ball”* 1 I" -ut* orange or lemon wrappers, and 6 two-cent stamps to pay cost of mail* ing, etc. “Sunkist” orange and lemon wrappers count the same as "Red Ball” wrappers. Buy your week’s supply of "Red Ball” oranges and lemons today from your dealer. Send us your name and full ad dress for our free premium sheet and Premium Club Plan. Send all orders for premiums \ and all inquiries to California Fruit Growers Exchange 139 N. Clark Street (150) Chicago, 111. J HEV. W. H. CASH DIED AT BISON MONDAY NIGHT Rev. W. H. Cash, of Rison, died Monday night at his home at that place, after a lengthy illness. He is survived by a devoted wife and eight children, one brother, F. IN. Cash, of this city; and one sister, Mrs. Janies Wharton, of Warren, rfev. Cash was a Baptist minister for many years and was prominent and active in re ligious circles, accomplishing much good work during his useful career. He was one of the most highly re spected members of the Baptist Min isterial Association. (COMPTROLLERS CALL) Statement of the Condition of THE SIMMONS NATIONAL BANK of Pine Pin!'.', Arkansas At the Close of Business November 2<Stli, 1912. . RESOURCES. Loans and Discounts . $757,385.03 OVERDRAFTS . 21,801.73 (Secured by cotton) v , U. S„ Bonds and Premiums . 150,000.00 Other Bonds and Warrants . 89,532.00 Furniture and Fixtures . 4,175.26 Real Estate . 23,000.60 CASH AND EXCHANGE. 356,295.06 TOTAL . $1,402,189.68 LIABILITIES. Capital- Stock . $200,000.00 'Surplus and Undivided Profits. 75,256.45 Circulation . 145,000.00 •Bills Payable . 60,000.0o DEPOSITS . 921,933.23 TOTAL . $1,402,189.68 I, Jo 'Nichol, Cashier of the above named Bank, do hereby solemniv swear that the above statement is belief. Ccrrect-Atte8t: V. O. Alexander, W. N. Trulock. Z. Orto, Directors. true to the best of my knowledge and JO NICHOL, Cashier. Subscribed and sworn to before me, this, the 3rd day of December, 1912. CHAS. A. GORDON, Notary Public. My comission expires Fob. 12th, 1913. Ask any good doctor wbat he thinks of the judicious use of pure, old whiskey, and he will tell you that it is the best sort of a tonic and in vigorator. But you must choose the right kind with care—a poor whiskey will do more harm than a good whiskey can do good. When you buy SUNNY BROOK The PURE FOOD Whiskey •—you have the guarantee of the largest distillers of fine whiskey in the world SunnyBrook H'HISKEY --—• "*<!•* won WWW 40 'that it is the very beat and purest that money and skill can produce—a whiskey scientifically dish lied and carcjully aged for the express purpose of being used as a healthful slimmant in the home. SUNNY BROOK The PURE FOOD WhUkev is distilled, aged and bottled in bond under the direct sup ervision of U. S. Government Inspectors, and the Green Government Stamp that seals each bottle guarantees that the contents are eenuinc. straight, natural, whisker, properly fared, and fylUk S- St+q (100#) proof. “The Inspector Is Back of Every Bottle1’ For Sale EYerywhere | — a,O. A. ti-JiJ&EN & CO., Distributors. HELD SECRETARIES TO LECTURE HERE SERIES OF MEETINGS1 PE ANN EH TO IMPROVE SOCIAL AND RE LIUIOCH CONDITIONS. Under Allspices cf, the Y. M. C. A*— Ministers nnd Laymen To Be Invited. With a view to improving the soc ! ia 1 and religic,u3 conditions of P ne Bluff and its purview the board of directors and off dais, of the local Y. M. C. A. and a number of field and staje secretaries of the Y. M. C. A. In this end: o'.her states, will be ginning Friday evening, inaugurate a, series cf meetings to wh ch +l»e churchmen cf Pine Bluff will he in vited. The ult'nixe object of the cam paign is to increase the interest of men and boys of the cl:y in churdh work, and the pastors and laymen of every denom nation will be pressed in,‘o service. Among social and religous work ers of statewide renown who will be in Pine Bluff ere J. B. Congdon, field secretary of the association and F. A. Garrison, of L t\le Rock, state secretary. Mr. Congdon will open the campaign by mak'ng an address ,o the students of t-he High School Fridiy morning. Friday evening a luncheon will be served by the ladies of the various churches to 'the laymen of the city. Yany nv.taticns h ve been sent out and t is e*pec ed a large number will attend. Mr. Ge •dson and Mr. Crnr.don wiT be the guests of honor • r1 will ’ v te I’.'so of campaign h'f:•••«' the assembly. They have just ■■en'i leted a sjuviy of the social and "elipioua str;.us cf the men and boys cf the city and will reveal some n teresting ’nformaion. A sterecpticon machine will also serve to illustrate conditions in other cthas and the i pictures will add to the interest :n the meeting. On Sunday Mr, Congdon will give a stereoptican lecture at the Elks theatre, to which the gen'eral pubi c will he invited. Other meet ngs will be arranged and some very prominent speakers, several of whom have never been in tliis section cf the country before, will del ver the principal addresses, DRIVES OFF A TERROR The chief executioner of death in the winter and spring months is pneumonia. Its advance agents are colds and gr p. In any attack by one of these maladies no time should be lost n taking the best medicine ob tainable to drive it off. Countless thousands have found this to be Dr. King's New Discovery. “My husband believes \t has kept him from having pneumonia three or four times,” writ.a Mrs. George W. Place) Raw sonv lie, Vt., “and for coughs, colds and croup we have never found its equal.” Guaranteed for all bronchial affections. Price 50 cents and $1.00. Trial bottle free at all druggists. A PLEA FOR PUBLIC PRIDE AND THE FUTURE To the Citizenslrp of Pine Bluff: A committee appointed to canvass subscriptions for the stock to the Arkansas Packing Plant yesterday met with 1 ttle encouragement save among a very few men, men who al ways dig up ;o the limit when the good of P ne Bluff is at stake. If those who are yet to be seen contribute on the same basis you will never build this plant. I want to say to Pine Bluff when you let th s packing plant fail of es tablishment. as contemplated and ad vertised and held out to tlhe people of this Btate you have d’sciedited this city to such an exten that your children and mine will net live long enough to hear the last of it. And that the plant w 11 not be es tablished is as sure as night follo.ws day unless the men of means and property do their duty. A few men cannot and should not be forced to do more than ther share in tiliis enterprise. When you have let this enterprise fail, f you do, you have put a last ing blight on Pine Bluff, damaging nor alone yourself, but those who have given of ther time and energy to put th'is enterprise in your city. Surely this people do not realize what it means to fail jn the estab lish’ng of this plant in Pine Bluff. JAS. GOULD. State of Ohio, City of Toledo, as. Lucas Countiy. Frank J. Cheney makes oath that he is senior partner of the firm of F.. J, Cheney & Co., doing business in the City of Toledo, County and State aforesaid, and that said firm will pay the sum of ONE HUNDRED DOLLARS for each and every case of Catarrh that cannat be cured by the use of Hall’s Catarrh Cure. FRANK J’ CHENEY Sworn to before me and subscribed in my presence, this 6;!h day of De cember, A. D., 1886. A. W. GLEASON, (Seal) Notary Public. Hall’s Catarrh Cure is taken inter nally. and acts directly on the blood and mucous surfaces of the system. Send for testimonials free. F. J. CHENEY ft CO., Toledo, O. Sold by all Druggists. 75c. Take Hall’s Family Pills for con stipation. THOUOHT DEAD MAN HEBE WAS HER SON Mrs. Mattie Carter of Brownsville, Fean., Sends Photo To Make Sure Of It. Thinking that perhaps Iher son, who has been missing from his home for a number of years, was the Hjah who A ■ ■'■ tassssssAsss* ——t.— was buried here after a search to loca-Q relat ve3 was unavailing, Mrs. Mattie Carter, of Brownsville, Tenn., has written to H. I. Holderness, th'e local under: aker, enclosing a picture of her son, Thomas Carter, asking if the bcdy buried here is that of her son. Tom Carter was the name of: the man wlio died here. The photograph is not that of the dead man and Mr. Holderness has dispatched a letter to the anxious j mother, tell ng her that It is not her son who is buried in the potter’s grave. The man who died here had been j working on a government boat while Mrs. Carter said tier sen was a, prliver. THE BUSY WOMAY’S BAY It begins early, ends late, and is full ot work. She often has kidney '.rouble without knowing it. Her back,aches, and she s tired und worn out. Sleeps poorly, is nervous, no appec te. Her bladder gives her trouble too. Foley Kidney pills will cure all that and make her strong and well. They are the best medi cine made for kidney and bladder dis orders. W. L. Dewoody & Co. BURNS ASKS ABOUT WENDELBOBN’S ARREST Chief of Police Evan Parnell has received a letter from the W. J. Burns Detective Agency, asking for infor rrmion concerning B. F. Wtndelborn who is now in .he Jefferson county jail under a $500 bond awaiting the action of the grand jury. The letter did not state that the detectives wanted Wendelborn but requested in* formation as to what charge the man was held on. Wendelborn passed several checks on E. A. Schicker, proprietor of the Arlington Hotel. He w^s arrested at Camden on informa tion furnished by Constable Frank Stewart, who brought Wendelborn to Pine Bluff and placed him m jah. The officers say Wendelborn is want ed in other cities and local banks re cently received a letter of warning to the effect that the man was operating in this section of the state. The charge upon which he is held is ob taining money under false pretenses. FAMOUS STAGE BEAUTIES look with horror on Skin Eruptions, Blotches, Sores or Pimples. They don’t have them, nor will any one, who uses Bucklen’s Arnica Salve. It glorifies tlhe. face. Eczema or Salt Rheum vanish before t. It cures sore lips, chapped hands, chiibla'ns; heals burns, cuts and bruises. Unequaled for piles. Only 25 cents at all drug gists. ARE EXCAVATING OS SjOUTH MAIN STREET Workmen yesterday began excavat ing at Twentieth avenue, for the paving of Main street, the contract for which was let to Levy and Levy, of Muskogee, Ok la- Lou Levy, a member of the firm, is personally supervising the work and yesterday said the contract would be rushed to completion. The paving force will follow itA'e re-laying of the car tracks on Main street. The old track has been torn up from Twentieth to Har din avenue. SOLD TAINTED MEAT AND IS FINED #35 Solomon Adanid, said by the police, to be proprietor of a small restaur ant on East Third avenue, forfeited $25 in police court yesterday morn ing when he failed to appear and answer to a charge of selling tainted meat. The meat, a big platter of (Whiskey By Express «°ECIAL CASH BARGAINS 4 full qts. May Flower express prepaid .. .$ 3.00 24 pts. May Flower, ex press prepaid. 8.50 4 full qts. Guckenheim er, express prepaid. 4.00 24 pts. Guckenheimer, express prepaid ... 10.50 This is aged in wood and bottled in our bottling de partment. The best-whiskey values we know anything about for the money. Yours for bargains, i i i WILL BELZNER Box 205»Pine Bluff, Ark FINE SERVICE AND , dainty appointments I characterize the Busy Bee Restaur ant. It isn't only what you eat here that gives zest to your appetite-it’s the way the viands are cooked and served, the way the tables look, the *ay we treat you. Take y0ur time eating here, but waste n0 time in get ting here. Try our Chop Suey u Is a delightful dish, our prices will not punish your inquisitiveness when you ask them. Bring your Ijest girl along. 6 BUSY BEE CAFE Are the Man’s Gift to His Mother, His Wife His Sweetheart His Sister We buy direct from the cutters and save you the middleman’s profit. THIS store covers the Quality of . every diamond fry a guarantee of entire satisfaction Jr° every customer We handle nothin* but high grade stones * / A Diamond The Most Acceptable k Christmas Sk. Gift A FIXE DIAMONDS SET IN UK. SOLID GOLD HAND MADE MOUNTINGS, 100 Fine Diamond, Tiffany Mounting.$ 35.00 101 Fine Diamond, Tiffany Mounting. 75.00 102 Fine Diamond, Tiffany Mounting. 100.00 103 IFine Diamond, Tiffany Mounting.. 135.00 104 Fine Diamond, Tiffany Mounting. 175.00 105 Fine Diamond, Tiffany Mounting. 225.00 109 Fine Diamond, Tiffany Mounting. 30.00 110 Fine Diamond, Tiffany Belcher Mounting.. 45.00 111 Fine Diamond, Fancy Mounting. 16.00 112 Fine Diamond, Tiffany Belcher Mounting.. 18.00 114 Fine Diamond, Fancy Mounting.$ 70.0u 115 'Fine Diamond, Fancy Mounting. 116 Fine Diamond, Fancy Mounting. 119 Fine Diamond, Fancy Mounting. 120 Fine Diamond, Fancy Mounting. 121 Fine Diamond, Plain flat'Belcher Mounting 122 Fine Diamond, Gypsy Mounting.. 123 Fine Diamond, /Plain flatf Belcher Mounting 124 Fine Diamond, Tooth Mounting. 127 Fine Diamond. Plain flat Belcher Mounting 128 Fine Diamond, Gypsy Mounting. 130 Fine Diamond, Fancy Grooved Mounting... 30.66 15.00 28.00 35.00 40.09 33.00 32.00 45.00 75.00 175.00 50.00 IT IS FREE! Write us today and we will send you our beautiful illustrated catalog, con taining thousands of articles for gif: selections. M ATCH INSPECTORS Cotton Belt and Iron Mountain R. R. MAIL ORDERS Promptly Filled, Anything pictured here forwarded im mediately, postage prepaid, on receipt of the price and delivery guaranteed. WE BUY DIRECT FROM THE MANUFACTURER, AND SAVE YOU THE MIDDLEMAN'S PROFIT, B. GOTTLIEB, Jeweler, 119 W. 2nd Ave, U trips and other fish, was brought to the court as mute evidence of Adams’ guilt. The police say the food was absolutely rotten. Adams was arrest ed Monday night and put up $25 for his appearance. Other cases in police court yester day morning were Lee Taylor, white, drunk and disorderly, $5; George Oliver, white, drunk on street, $5; Lon Mleton, white, disturbing the peace, $5; J. W. Hallinger, white, disturbing the peace, $5. C. A. GREEN & CO. W holesale and Retail Liquor Dealers 205-209 East Third. Telephone 414. P. 0. Box 732] Pine Bluff, Arkansas. We handle the largest varieties of Leadingj Brands of any House in Arkansas. If it can be got, we have it. The following are a few leaders of our Blend Case Goods. Express charges prepaid: | 4 Qts. I I»KT) TOP RYE—(Our Leader) - Old Spring (-ascade . Our Private Stock J. C. W. Pasey Jones Puritan . Monogram . Stag Head . Jefferson Co. . Green Seal. Marshall High Grade Black Horse. We Guarantee Every Shipment to Be Entirely S*1 j isfactory or Your Money Back. 5.00 5.00 4.00 -1.00 4.00 4.00 3.50 3.00 3.00 3.00 3.00 2.50 srws Home CORNER Merchants Lunch of our Hot Beef Sanawiuue*, - in the Bating Line at Popular FSil berg & buerkU STREET.