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HUT WEATHER EATABLES.
Libby’s Lunch Tongues, Libby’s Sliced Beef, Libby’s Veal Loaf, Libby’s Roast Reef, Libby’s Potted Ham, Libby’s Potted Turkey, Libby’s Potted Chicken, Etc. I * f French Sardines, Salad Dressings, Etc. All Kindsof Breakfast Foods. " J. H. TIPTON & CO’S. Liy Remember, we give Blue Trading Stamps. -'Cali for them. Fifty Years Shs Standard Improves the flavor and adds to the healthfulness of the food. mice BAKING POVfDEN CO. CMICAGC Old Cutter Bye hits the spot. Mrs. M. E. Winfield is able to be up. See Hatcher & Clark about that Dew buggy. II. C. Wynne, Palestine, was here Friday. Co to N. B. Nelson & Co., for Old Cutter. All kinds of linens at Brandon & Baugh’s. All the Henty booho at the News stand 2f>c, Col. V. B. Izard is able to be down town again. • t Nobby rubber tire buggies at Hatch er & Clark’s. This is most delightful and exhileia ting weather. James II. Izard, of Augusta, spent Sunday in town. EASTMAN KODAKS FROM $i TO $20. Kodak Developing Machines, Films, Dry Plates and all supplies. We also do devel oping and printing. Rest material used, and all work guaranteed. S3TBRING US YOUR WORK. SHIELDS St HKMBLETON, Tlie Prescription Druggists. W. S. McCullough, of lirinkley, was in town Tuesday. BtfGuiES—Good, better and best, at Hatcher & Clark’s. Whose beverages are the coolest and best? Folbre & Co’s. Sam Ashworth, CutOff, was in town yesterd ,y on business. Will Curtis, of Haynes, spent Sun day in town with friends. Try Nimocks on bran chops, bay, oats and general mill feed New six-room cottage for rent. App y to Lecker & Lewis. See thp display of buggies and har ness at Hatcher & Clark’s. Try a bottle of Old Cutter. Its al right. N. Ik Nelson & Co. Mrs. Pauline Goddanl went to Mem phis yesterday on business. A big stock of Juvenile books just received at the Newsstand. Sam NorveH, of near Colt was in town on business yesterday. Pom Pom Guns are a real novelty. Get them at the Newsstand. C. M. Wilkinson is building a two story residence at Palestine. M. M. Hankins was a business Visitor in town Friday and Saturday. Harry Nunnally. of Marianna, was in town Tuesday on business. Mrs Ei. Berry, of M idison, was shopping in town Wednesday. Business squitedull about town this week, comparatively speaking. lion. s. M. lilalock was mingling wild hiends in town yesterday. Seed wheat, seed oats and seed rye, for sale at l’aslay ik Johnson’s. Joel E. Wynne, of Memphis, was a genial visitor in town Tuesday. Squire .John W. li d'. Widener, was over to see the big show Friday. The iiying-jennie is in full blast to day, and the children are happy. IIo i. Frank II. Slitter, of IBlena was in town l short while Monday. Mrs. 8. A. Knits lias been quite ill for some time, but is convalescent. Harry N. Ebarr. Memphis, was a genial visitor in tow n over Sunday. E. Duncan and wife. Cut OIT, were 1 ta town Friday to take in ttie show. Ilobert and Joseph Barron, of the) CutUff, were at the circus Friday. Twenty-ive Jersey cows w th young caves are lor sue by . I nines Fussell. f Mrs. Julia Uramlett. of Marianna spent Sunday with relatives in town Head the b'z advertisement of the NewssUud in l ait "J wo of Ibis issue. I'OH Sale.— 25 Jerspv cows with youDg calves. Apply to Jas. Fussell. Get a Magic Lantern fit the .News stand for your boy's Christmas present. I Jest assortment of boys pants in the city to be found at Fussell, Graham & Co. Our advertising columns are very in teresting to purchasers. Head all ttie ads. Jake Taj lor, m itiager on the Graham farm, will shortly move his family to town. l’ercv Barker Is now with the II. T. Jores Company at Greenwood, Missis sippi. IJuy a Wall J’ockett for your news papers, magazines, etc., at the News stand . Dr. K. Allen, of Longtown, Missis sippi, was in town on business Wed nesday. C. M. Wilkinson, Palestine, was in town Sunday and registered at the Mariou. Old Barbee and Cumberland Bye are health - tested and time-tried. Ike Mallory’s. M. E. Newbern and wift1, of New port, were registered at ttie Marion Saturday, Get prices on buggies and harness from Hatcher & Clark before buying elsewhere. Mr. and Airs. John Blessing, Brink ley, are guests of Mr. and Mrs. L. 11. Giobmyer. I’rof. J. M. Wilson, of Caldwell, has ! been in town several times this week on business. J. W. Fulcher and C. O. Black, of i Blackball, were registered at the Ma ! rion Sunday. Misses Nora and Freddie Sage, two very charming and beautiful young school mar'ms of near Caldwell, w’ere shopping in town Saturday and were : welcome callers at the Newsstand. Hest assortment of boys pants in the eitv to be found at Fussell, Graham & Co. Fred Waldrup and Jack Vincent, of Cut Off, were interested spectators in town Friday. Mrs. Gratz Jones* and baby, from Magazine, is visiting her mother, Mrs. J udge Coffey. Hardware in all its variety, the best and largest stock in the city, at Fussell, Graham & Co. Huy one of those handsome parlor tables at tha Newsstand as a present for your wife. CASTORIA. Bears the /> Ttie Kind You Have Always Bought %,r (Z'jtflzEc HONEST VALUES. GOOD GOODS SHOES WE have by far the largest and best line of i^lioes in the city, and every pair guaranteed fcr Workmanship and Wear. U<c J\aVc just received a Very sctect at>ci complete fine of 5'aff 33ress Soocis, (Qxforcls, <§if^s. -•:-— -.-0.it statics W ■■■ ■■ :^r-7-z= Dress F*21?1?^8* U/orjted, Odtii)^ % Fla^^el^tte. GROCERIES. S u g a r, Coliee, .Kice, Canned Cioods and THE BEST FLOUR in tho market. Full Suits, BEDS, ROCKERS, DINING CIIAIKS, EXTENSION DINING TABLES, CENTER TABLES, ☆ Mu t tresses, Bed Springs, Bed Coni forts and Blankets, It will be money saved to you ft ft ft ii you will examine our stock and prices, ft SCHOOL BOOKS. The ons you want for your Children, TABLETS, PENS and PENCILS, INK. Every thing for the School. STOVES “TO BURN." We have just received another large shipment of Cook Stoves, large and small. Also Heaters of all kinds. Tklkpiiosk X*>. 24. Tiiese wagons need no word of com mendation from us, because Everybody knows they are the BEST HADE. Curtaln^Maska, False Faces, Santa Claus Masks, etc , may be bad now at the Newsstand. Ilatcher & Clark have just received a car load of new buggies. Call and look them over. Mrs. S. 15 Kelley and two of the children have been sick this week, but are convalescent. Now is the time to sow wheat and rye. We have a frtsh supply of both. I’aslay Jfc Johnson. Whiskey is whiskey, but Old T. II. (hitter is the best whiskey on earth. N. Li. Nelson & Co. (!o to Fussell, Graham & Co.’s for the genuine Corliss, Coon iV Co. collars, best on the market. I)o you hunt? Well,don’t hunt very long for ammunition, simply ask for Peters Loaded Shells. Mr. S. F. Sulcer, candidate for repre sentative, was in town Wednesday, and gave us a pleasant call, Fou Sale.—A few more good lots in the Fussell addition, on easy terms. Apply to James Fussell. The scores were so crowded last Fri day and Saturday ttiat many persons could not get waited ou. Mrs. J. E. Stone entertained the Wednesday Afternoon Whist Club in her usual happy manner. The Christmas number of Ainslee’s Magazine has been received at the ' Newsstand. Get a copy. CJ. F. Ilarnit, J. Casey, D. Brown and Lee Casey, ot Wynne, were down Friday to see the circus. j The Corliss, Coon it Co. linen collars ! are the best on the market. For sale by Fussell, Graham A Co. j ^ Mr. l’eyton Scott came over from Memphis Monday night and took a sit uation with Fussell, Graham it Co. Pat has many friends in St. Francis county, and all are glad to see him lo cated heie again. Old Cutter is a pure Bye whiskey, and is unexcelled for medicinal pur poses. N. J. Nelson & Co. Go to Brandon & Baugh for your winter clothing, shoes and underwear. Brices correct and very low. A big line of Cooking and Heating Stoves, Ranges, and all utensils cheap for cash of Robert L. Bettus. Miss Bearl Anderson, who had been visiting relatives and friends in Mon roe county, returned Saturday. Remember, the best shoe made is the [Star-o Star at Brandon & Baugh's. Take no other and get the best. Those Bapier Machs Trays, Wall Buckets, Tables, and other novelties at the Newsstand are perfectly beauti ful. Come and see them. HOLIDAY! HOLIDAY!! HOLIDAY!!! ^ * HOLIDAY GOODS.** The Handsomest Novelties ever shown in Forrest City. The very creme de la creme of beautiful and appropriate Holiday Gifts. .. fly stock must be seen to be Appreciated .. I cordially invite you to call and look over the stock feeling very sure that I can please the most fastidious. Santa Claus is certainly here. J. H. DUN7UZHNT, THE DRUGGIST. Miss Maud Gurley, of Memphis, is visiting her mother and other relatives and friends in town this week, Mrs. .1. II He vans and littls son and Miss Willie Connors, of Memphis, spent several days in town last week. Mrs. J. S. Ezell spent last week very pleasantly in Memphis, the guest of Mr. and Mrs. Noble Hamilton. Deputy Clerk l’ayne has been on the sick list this week, and Clerk Mallory has had his hands full of business. When you get ready for a stylish and nobby hat, see the stock of Brandon & Baugh—the largest stock in town. We have lots of good whiskies, but Old J II. Cutter can’t be beat fur puri ty and flavor. N. Hi Nelson Sc Co. When vou’re tired or sick, be kind to yourself by coming to us for medicinal wines, liquors, &c. T. C. Folbre & Co. Miss Mattie Coffey returned from Marianna Wednesday night, after a three weeks visit with friends and rela tives. We will allow 05c for county scrip on subscription to The Times, or give you that much in trade tor it at the News stand. Don’t be selfish, if you are satisfied that Old Vollmer whiskey is the best, tell your friends. T. C. Folbre & Co. sell it. Fon 11 ext—The lands of J. W. Wynne, situated one and a half miles west of Forrest City. Apply to A. C. Wood. We are agen's for the Heath & Mil ligan Paints. Every can guaranteed. What we say, we mean. Fasluy Sc Johnson. The better sort of whiskey costs but a trifle more than the cheap, and at our prices all can afford it. T. C. Fol bre Sc Co. J. 1*. Clark, Walter and Henry Mil ton, and Walter Morris, ot Johnson township, were in town Friday to see the sights. Cards, circulars, and all kinds of cam paign jol) printing may he had at The Times office on short notice at reason able prices. Tiie cold season requires good, warm underwear. Brandon & Baugh have a superb line, ranging from the cheapest to the best. My goods are all new and fresh. Look at mv swell line of Ladies’ I)iess Goods for fall and winter of 11)03 4. W. T. Sanders. Editor W. It. Folsom, of liiinkley. was in town Wednesday night, eoroute to St. Louis on business, and gave us a pleasant call. We have a beautiful line of Foun tain Pens at the Newsstand. There is nothing more acceptable for a Christ mas presenet. Mrs. J. J. Rarron and Miss Vesta Hap, of the Cut Off, came in Friday to see what was going on, and registered at the Marion. DeWitt’s M Salve For Piles, Sums, Sores. Old Vollmer Whiskey, put up by Jesse Moore Hunt Co., is pure and whole some. For sale by T. C. Folbre & Co., Frrrest City, Ark. I am still agent for the celebrated E Stout Snag l’roof Rubber Boots. One price to all and every pair a bargain. Robert L. Fettus. A hew and pretty line of back combs, shiit waist sets and stick pins iiist re ceived by Brandon & Baugh. Your pa tronage is invited. The Elwood Woven Wire Fence is the most durable of all fences. A car load just received by Fussell, Graham & Co., for sale cheap. Those who have once shot I’eters Loaded Shells or Cartridges will never | use any ottier make. You can easily prove this statement. Carload of Elwood Wire Fencing, tli beat and cheapest fencing in tfie coun try, juat received at Fussell, Uratarn & Co., and for sale cheap. Ladies, don’t forget that I now carry a complete line of Dry Goode, Notions, etc , and that I will appreciate your trade. W. T. Sanders. In our capacity to buy right, lie* our ability to sell right. Give us a call when you want the very best whislliea, Ac. T. C. Folbre A Co. We sell better grades of feed, and at cheaper prices than anyone In Eastern Arkansas. Call on us for feeds of all kinds, l’aslay A Johnson. Miss Maude Motes, of Marianna, came up Saturday night, and spent several days with friendu. She wits u guest uf Miss Alberta lie *d. Mrs. Alice Matthews und Mrs. Jolur I. Jones, Jr., spent Saturday and Sun day in Marianna, and were guests of Mr and Mrs. Lou Slaughter. If you are thinking of a trunk or a valice, don’t overlook the fact that I have the biggest line In town at bar gain prices. Hubert L. l’ettus. Capt. S. if. Evins, of the govern ment snair boat, was a genial visitor in town Friday and Monday. lie was at the circus by a large majority. For sick headache try Chamber lain’u Stomach and Liver Tablets; they will ward oil' the attack if taken in time. For sale by J. T. .Sanders. When wantinganythie-g in the Paint line, call on ns. We carry the largest stock of Paints, Oils and Turpentine in Eastern Arkansas, Paslay & John son. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Taylor have moved to town and are occupying the Harrow homestead. The Times extends them welcome to lire hospitalities of the cit*. Nathan Norton came down Monday fr< m St. Louis to visit his papa soiil other relatives mid friends. He savs Ins mauia and all of them are very well. This is the proper time to plant your holiday advertising. Only live more issues of The Times before t'hristmas. See Vadakin ubuut it. You’ll have to hurry ! “uuie’* Early Risers The famous little [pills. The Kp worth League of the Met In* dint church will give a litnr.irv enter inlnmentat the church on Thuradav, Thanksgiving night. All are cordially invited. The Trapp-Lewi* Cattle Company unloaded seven car's of cuttle hei 1 Monday morning about It o'clock, which they shipped t'rcm near D u daaelle. Mr. W. U. Ftreason went to Meniph't yesterday morning in answer to a tele gram announcing the critical illness of his brother, Mr. Chartey Ferguson, of that city. The Mitchell Wagon Is a premium winner. N me aie tietter. few so good. You can h iv them of me only. Coma and leta t 'k about u wagon. Uobert Jj. l’ettur. The burton factory man was liern again this we«k, unit declares that In* is ready to move kia plant. The papers are being prepared and a site is be ing sought. Our merchants are cnjnving a tine trade this fall, especially those who liuve used printer’s ink very freely. If von are looking for bargains come to Forrest City. The Bazaar, which ttie ladles of tins Kpiscopal church have been discussing for some time will he held, Tuesday, Dec. 8th, in the old Bank building near the postoitiee. Mr. S. 0. Neel, accompanied by Misses Belle and Blanche Halbert, of Franks townshin, wei« taking in the aizhts in town Friday, and took lunch at the Marion. Buy a line Jersey cow and make your own milk and butter. James Fasten has line Jersey cows with young calves, which lie will sell at very vea souable figures. Paul <5 wyn, who is managing the waw null Imsiness at, Whitmore, whs iii town on business Monday, and gave u.i a pleasant. business call, lie lias our thanks for favors. A recent fall in the temperature re mitnts us that .Robert L. Pet I us has about fjOOatdts nr the moat ct<;u for ta ttle winter Fnderwear in town. See his lug 'iiie and low prices. Fine '’hiskey at tire price of cheap. Our Old Cutter f?ve is n good as any made, and price is very reasonable. Try it onou and you’ll never want to change. 15. Netoon & Co. Puna/ant has his entire line of French Chin a nu display, and words beggar Its description. For holiday presents there' is certainly nothing handsomer. L'on’t fail to see it. Thewpather t"ok a vn lent change this week. the tf»>rmometer taking * tumble of about r«t> degrees from Mon day to VV« (Jnesdny. It wh< down tn 1.") degrees above zaro Wednesday morning. CASTOR f A For Infants and Children. The Kind You Hays Always Bought Bears the Slgiiiituro of