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('V* Baking IWdcr is the most efficient and perfect of leavening agents* MADE FROM PURE CREAM OF TARTAR No alum, lime or ammonia. DR. E. J. KYLE, DENTIST Prices Reasonable. CoEJSMt.’2rt' office ovr.it I'ost ornci' loIMiKST CITY, : AIt KANSAS. -=^_ J. F. BASS. ..Notary Public.. * Mice it Hank of Eastern Arkansas, : FORREST CITY, : ARK. Valentines at Newsstand, Please pay your suts-cription. Fleischman's Yeast at Evans. Lots of Valentines at Newsstand. Oranges ;»<)c per dozen, at Evans' Grocery. Valentines for everyixwiy at the Newsstand. Lots of new marbles just received at Newsstand. Pure home-rendered lard at < t'lirien's Meat Market. A nice shower last night and to-day laid t he dusi. Valentines to suit every taste and purse. Newsstand. Valentines, from a penny apiece up tofo.no. Newsstand. Pure, home-grated horse radish at lO'Mrien's Meat Market. Sheriff Fred Rolfe, of Cross count'; was in the city Tuesday. Comic Valentines that will make you laugh- At the Newsstand. Mr. C. L. Wheeler, of Madison, was registered at the Marion Tuesday. A lot of Webster’s School Diction aries just received at the Newsstand Garden plowing prom ply [done. lMione James Frank. Mr. Hugh Mixon and son. of Marian na, were registered at the Marion Wed nesday. Mr. K. K .Fogg, of the firm of Pot tos & Fogg, was a Sunday visitor in Memphis. ('apt. T. C. Merwin spent Monday and Tuesday in Little Ilock among the solons. Mr. Len Wheeler, of Madison, was m the city Tuesday enroute to Mcfiee in business. Sugar cured corned beef and pickled ik f<>r sale at O'Hrien’s Meat Mar ket. Try it. 'It K I!. Norton, of llenton, was '!• city last week enroute to Mem f i.is on business. V ite a storm this morning. Wind > r i n. dark and gloomy, and get ' ii - a litt le cooler. If ■ u have real estate for sak* and i rl .• is rinht we have a buyer. 1 a\ r Knight ,V to. M Kmina Kldridgc and Hettie n were shopping in Memphis ■ days last week. s • Weier for all kinds of concrete ' . rate and tilt* setting. .\!1 ' s done on short notice. t mines to tit every occupation, ‘ i. or vocation we’ve got 'em. ' Old see. Newsstand. '■ il Ik** \ ineyaril and daughter. Helena were guests of Miss Annie o >atunlay and Sunday. ' ’ f new goods itooks, blank : sk and otltee furnishings,etc., ' i* i-ived at tlie Newsstand. • sli Vegetables received twice a "*'• at tie* t Ity (irocery. Leave or i'1 * y -or orders to W I,. Lawrence. ‘• a dening is beginning in earnest. • oiv have onions, radishes, peas, po a’ • and some oilier seeds planted. Mr*., n. ];. Kollwage went to Brink ley last week to visit Mrs. lia Wood tm. nee I’earl Anderson, and the new baby. I lie Lmily Waterman Concert Com pany is so good t hat you cannot atTord to miss it. February l*. at the opera house. Mrs. M. J. I>ryer, formerly of this city, now of Helena, was in town Monday on business, and visiting friends. h Mr. Harry Neblett is putting on city airs with his tint* new delivery wagon, which he has recently put into com mission. Just received, a barrel of new crop Sugar House Molasses—very tine—at W. L. Lawrence’s City Grocery. Try a gallon. The biggest line of Valentines ever seen in Forrest City will soon be on sale at the Newsstand. Don't tail to see them. LOST t 'ento pin, between Forrest City and L. o. McDaniel's residence. If found return to this otlice and be rewarded. If you need a horse, mare or mule* do not fail to see t lie tine bunch just received by Fussell-Grabatn-Alderson Company. Mr. Charley McDaniel, the South sicii* gasoline engine expert, was called to Bonair Monday afternoon on a case of trouble. Comic Valentines and Postcards, pretty Valentine> and Postcards. Val entine Books, worth up to $5.00 at the Newsstand. We are the pioneer dealers in Val entines in Forrest City, and handle more than all other* combined, at the Newsstand. The Emily Waterman Concert Com pany will lie the next number of tbe Lyceum Course. February is at the opera house. Now is the time to feed your chick ens green cut bone. Makes the hens lay lot* of eggs. For sale at O'Krien's Meat Market. 1 >r. C. S. Aldrich will leave to-mor row for Huntsville, Ala., on business and to \ is.it old friends. We wish him a pleasant time. The remembrance of tire weather of Friday, Saturday and Sunday gives us the ••shivers.” The mercury ran down to Id above. Foil SALE—In small lots. Single Comb White Leghorns and Hlack Minorca Chicken*. Apply to S. K. Trapp or Eugene Williams. Mr. A. E. Worrall, of Texarkana, arrived Saturday on a visit to his par ents and other relatives and friend*, returning Sunday evening Mr. A I.. Fitch, of Lonoke, was in the city Monday evening and Tuesday morning. lie was a caller at The Times office Monday night. Try a can of t lie celebrated Kin Hee Cotlee it is delicious. We are also handling old Judge—every cup is a cup of joy. The City Grocery. We have some customers for large timber tracts. List your timber with us giving description and price. Heed \ lleed. Kirksville. Missouri. ('apt. M. Collins, of Wynne, came down on the noon train Wednesday, and spent the evening here on busi new and mingling with friends. Mr. It. L. Stockard returned to the city Tuesday from lirinkley, the Peo ples Gin Company, of that city, having shut down their .plant for the season. lion. .1. E. Wood, of Marianna, was in the city a few minutes between trains this morning. He was enroute to Memphis to see an eye specialist. City Marshal J. M. Davis was able to be out and about his duties down town Wednesday, after having been confined to his home for about ten days with an attack of grippe. Mis many friends were glad to see him on the streets once more. ITS WORTH YODR TIME 1 ii 'i* t owr of Furniture and Housefurnishinns, if you are tiie market. We are adding to our already laitfe slock about.} »f' which we 1<M.>k ft,r soon. We carry the largest and iiest assorted * >f such in Astern Arkansas, and our pi ices have made • past year > business tlie i*‘st in years. By the same means we h- pe to in*rease it in I‘.aw. Give us a Chance, BECKER & LEWIS, YOUR STORE. All amounts due the city for water and lights must be paid on or before the 10th day of February, under pen alty of having water and lights cut out on the morning of the 11th. when $1 must be paid to have same turned on again. Done by order of City Light and Water Co. Mrs. Ku na Cummings returned on Thursday >f last week from Menton, where she had h< en on a brief visit to her daugl 'or. Mrs. K. It. Norton, and family. Mr. ('. A. Sallee lias been a genial guest of 1 >r. and Mrs. c. S. Aldrich for several days this week, and Ids many friends here have been glad to see him. Our customers and the public gen erally, tire hereby informed that we now have fresh <1 raham bread daily, at the Klondike bakery. Frank burk art & ( o. Call up the City Grocery when you make up your list for dinner. Prompt service and the best for the money. Itespectfully yours, vv. L. Lawrence, Proprietor. Mrs. l’iley Hunt went down to Haynes Wednesday to attend the Hawkins-Pbillips wedding event, she lieing a relative of the charming and beautiful bride. Mr. Bennie Lewis, the liustling agent of the Commercial Appeal,spent a couple of days the tirst of the week in tlie Tennessee metropolis across tiie Big Muddy. Messrs. Sam Hodges, .1. 11. Tipton and itobt. Benson went to < )ld Liver yesterday on a fishing frolic. They landed some of the largest trout and bass ever caught in those waters. They report tlie Crescent Club House a place of beauty and comfort. Tire trees in tlie park are being |trimmed and the grounds beautified generally. I Let Me Demonstrate the Pact in Your Home. i i i i i H R. NEBLETT I carry ALL THE 3EST BRANDS Of Pure Food Products that the markets afford, and an order from my Grocery will demonstrate the fact in your home that I have the best there is of everything you need in Groceries. CALL OR PHONE 34. i 1 also have a splendid line of Staple Dry Goods which I offer my trade at Lowest Prices. 'ANTEI>—To buy a good milch cow.Must give four or the gallons per day, and must l»e perfectly gentle. Jersey or Jersey mixed preferred. Ad dress or call on Mrs. S. N. Landers. Send your best girl if you have one one of those beautiful Valentines now on sale at the Newsstand. If you ar-not blessed with a best girl, get wise—send one to the other fellow’s. ANNOUNCEMENT The Ladies’ Aid Society of the Presbyterian Church, will sell Valentines and French Candies at the City Drug Store, Friday afternoon, February 12. “The Little Brown Jug at Kildare,’’ “Lewis Rand,’’ “The Man From Brudneys,” “The Lure of the Mask,’’ four of the l>est sellers among the late copyrights, on sale at the Newsstand. We take t his opportunity to extend to our many friends and patrons,and the public generally, our most sincere and hearty thanks for the very literal patronage and many favors extended us during the year just closed. We have had a most satisfactory business, and l**gin the New Year with renewed energies and determination to merit a continuance of your patronage, which we invite. Yours Ac. : : : J\ S. SHIELDS &c CO The Prescription Itruggisis. Sale on Laces and Embroideries and Mill Remnants as advertised will continue balance of this month. Calicos, per yard. oc Ginghams, per yard. 8c India Linons, per yard . 10c Embroideries and Laces from .‘>c up R. H. & Comic Valentines that will bring a smile to the face of the grouchiest dyspeptic: sentimental Valentines that would melt the coldest heart. At the Newsstand. The ladles are informed that we now have our complete new spring line of shoes and slippers of all kinds. Call and see them. Fussell-Graham Alderson Company. Valentines for you, for your sweet heart. for your friend, for those you like, and those you don't like so well— we have them to tit every demand. At tlie Newsstand. Mr. Jim Taylor, of Colt, was in the city Wednesday on business, and visit ing relatives and friends, lie was a guest in the home of his daughter, Mrs. Harry Moseley. Mr. \V. D. Wall, the genial repre sentative of the Simmons Hardware Company, of St. Louis, was mingling with friends and calling upon Ills trade in town Wednesday. Mr. Alex Becker returned Monday from Evansville, Indiana, where he had been to buy more furniture. This is ids second trip to the markets since the lirst of the year. Mr. Bob Waterman, of the firm of Waterman Bros., Marianna, was a genial business visitor in the city Wednesday. Bob gave us a pleasant call and has our thanks for favors. If you are pleased with our goods tell others: if anything comes up wrong tell us, and we will be ready to correct any error. The City Grocery, successors to L. F. Rollwage & Co. FOR RENT -Several nicely fur nished rooms in Imperial Hotel Build ing, bv day, week or month. All newly furnished and neatly kept. Ap ply to Mrs. P. (ioddard, room No. 1. A guest at Fisher's Hotel is respon sible Tor the following, which lie sprung Tuesday morning: Why are the words woodchuck and pork sau sage synonymous? Because they are both ground hog. The perforator still lives. Mi"- Pearl Crippen returned Satur day from El Dorado, where siie had Ireen teaching for several months, and is attain assisting Collector W. E. Williams in the collection of taxes. Brantley & Neill, the enterprising and expert blacksmiths, woodworkers and horseshoers, have a neat little ad in this paper to which your attention ; is called. Bead it and give them a call. Dr. and Mrs. O. N. Warren and baby have all been quite ill this week, hut are getting better. (tllie was able to be down town yesterday, lie bad a chill Tuesday, and another Wednes day. The American Telephone & Tele graph Company has a force of line men in the city. The men are doing general construction and repair work on tiie line between here and Mem phis. Mrs. L. S. Marshall is entertaining a party of friends this afternoon at •i(H). Mrs. Marshall is a charming hostess and iier “at homes” are al ways eagerly awaited, and greatly en joyed. Rev. Fairley, of Fayetteville, North Carolina, is spending the week in the city, a guest at the Marion, and visit ing in the home of Mrs. L. Roil wage and family, being a particular friend of Mrs. McRae. Rev. W. M. Fairley, pastor of the Presbyterian church at Fayetteville. North Carolina, will fill the pulpit at the Presbyterian church here next Sunday morning. Everyone is cor dially invited to this service. The celebrated Duttenhofer Slip pers, Oxfords and Strapped Pumps sold here exclusively by Fussell-Gra ham-Alderson Company, have no su perior on the market. All sizes and new spring stock just received. The Planters Gin Company have just received a big supply of Rig Muddy Coal -the genuine Rig Muddy. There is no better coal on the market j for the price. Let me send you a ton [or two. A. I). Royle, Manager. Mr. Joe Martin, the l’uek Pure Fond man, accompanied tty his charming demonstrators. Mrs Herndon and Miss Bungham, was in the city Wednesday, I enroute to Wynne to put on a Puck Brand Pure Food I Vmonstration. Mr. an<i Mrs. Percy K El-j dridge, of Commerce, Missouri, are rejoicing over the advent of a tine! girl baby at their home. She arrived January 4th, Won, and is called Be-; beccn. We extend congratulations. I 'Phe Euart-Marshall Lumber Com pany have just received a carload of I sash and doors, at their new yards south of the Marion Hotel. Get their prices before you order elsewhere, of fice tirst door west of Hatcher’s stable. The Fussell-Graham-Alderson Com pany have just received two carloads of splendid young horses, mares and mules, which they are offering forsale at rock bottom prices. Call and see them and get choice of this line bunch. The celebrated Duttenhofer Slip pers, Oxfords, Strapped Pumps, etc., all in latest styles, just received by Fussed Graham Alderson Company. We have a large variety and range of sizes, and can certainly supply your needs. The Forrest City Basket Ball team will go to Helena and play the Helena team on the lirst Monday in Mareh. our girls are practising faithfully, and the Helena team don't seem to have any show to win at all. We j wish our girls success. If you wish to make that old house look like new, let the Grobinyer Lum ber Company ligure with you on a bill of paints. They have just received their big new Spring stock of Paints of all kinds, and can supply your wants at most reasonable prices. Our Mr. Fussed lias just returned from the markets, where be bought two carloads of fine young horses, j mares and mules. They have arrived. ! and we are offering them for sale at bargain prices. Cad and see them. I Fussell-Graham-Alderson ('o. The remains of Mr. (Jeo. Barker were interred in the cemetery at Madison Sunday, Uev. 15. L. Wilford, of this ,city, officiating. Mr. Barker had ireen ' ill for sometime, and was found lying 1 across his bed in a timber camp near Perkin Iasi Friday night dead. Mrs. N. \V. Norton left last Friday levelling via Memphis for Brownelle. Kansas, mi a visit toiler mother. Mrs. A. V. Uoleson, and will he away for i ten days nr two weeks. Mrs. Alice K. Matthews went a- lar as Memphis with Mrs Norton and spent Saturday with friends and on business. Mrs. (iratz Jones and Brat/, jr.. of Tillatoba. Miss., who liave been visit ing her motiier here for two weeks, will leave Sunday to return home, and will lie accompanied as far as Mem phis by her sister. Miss Nora Belle (’offey. wlio w ill spend a day or t wo in i the Bluff ( ity. Mr'-. 'I'. <'. (ireen arrived from Au gusta the first of the waek, and the family liave rented the Dennis proper ty recently vacated by Mr. .1. YV. Barnhart. \\ e extend Mis. (ireen a cordial welcome to the city. Their 1 niece who makes her home with them will arrive today. Just received, a carload of dtorsand sash, all kinds and si/es. Brices the lowest quality the highest for the price. Y ards south of Marion Hotel, accessible from every direction. Office next to Hatcher’s Livery Stable, con i venient to all rail and wagon roads. Euart-Marshall Lumber Co. Mr. Polk Do/.ier, an old ami highly respected citi/en of Lee county, has lieen visiting his Meters. Mesdames Sutton, Henderson and Wood, in this I county this week. Mrs. Emma Wilson land two lovely children, of West Point, | New York, are also visiting these la dies and their families, she being their 1 neice. Mr. Alex Gill, foreman at the For rest City Spoke Factory, was a visitor at The Times office the tirst of the week, and has our thanks for a cash subscription for the current year. The gentleman is a brother of Mr. Fred Gill, of the Forrest City Spoke Company, and claims Michigan a- his I home state. Mr.W. B. Neilson.of Marianna, was in the city yesterday, enroute to Ten nessee on a visit and to take a few weeks rest. Mr. Neilson is a tine sales man and an indefatigable worker, and deserves a rest. We understand that he has resigned his position and left Marianna for keeps, or as long as they sell whiskey there. There are several kinds of coal called Big Muddy that are not Big Muddy. We have the genuine article, it is tine in quality, and will give you perfect satisfaction. We guarantee this to be the genuine Big Muddy Coal. Try it. Its worth every cent we ask lor It. Planters Gin Company, A. D. Boyle, Ma»ager. 'Hie Forrest City Grocer Company lias had a very attractive sign painted on t heir warehouse. Mr. Cay Hawkins, cashier of the Rank of Haynes, was trading in town Monday, preparatory for his wedding, which occurred Wednesday evening. Mr. Thos. O’Brien bought and re ceived another carload of hogs last Saturday, consisting of 80 head, from Mr. I. W. Vincent, at Cherry Valley, for which lie paid about $060. Mr. Will Dooley and Miss Addle Leatherwood were united in the liolv bonds of matrimony last Saturday night at s o’clock, at the Methodist parsonage, IJev. B. L. Wllford officiat ing. The Times extends congratula 1 ions to the happy couple and wishes them a happy and prosperous voyage down the river of life. Mrs. .1. D. Baugh was tlie delight ful hostess to a large party of friends on Wednesday afternoon at which time her lovely home was beautifully decorated for the occasion, and ail present enjoyed themselves to the ut most. Dominoes was the feature, and the game was spirited indeed. Re freshments were daintily served. •II'ST RECEIVEB-150 sheet pic tures from 6c to 20c each. Come and select what you want Indore they are picked over. Also a nice lot of new mouldingss latest patterns. Pictures enlarged from $1.60 up. Give us your order, and we will save you money. We sell the l>est sewing machine made for the money. A. L. Stevens & Co. “Two Merry Tramps” since last presented here has begn all improved and rewritten witli twelve new mu sical numliers that you can whistle. The famous Squalls, the McDonald Sisters, have been engaged as features to play opposite those twofun experts, Wood & Ward, who will appear at the opera house: Monday night, Feb. i>. Mr l eyton I. Scott lias accepted a position as txxikkcepei and salesman with II. I». Tomlinson, at Hutler, Ar kansas, which is in Mississippi county. Mrs. Scott left Sunday, after spending about tliree weekshere witli her moth er, sister and friends, to Join her hus band at their new location. Mr. Jas. I.. Scott accompanied her as far as Memphis. Mrs. Alexander Becker and Miss Beeker entertained a party of their lady friends witli an elegant luncheon on Thursday of last week. Those present were Mrs. <;. \V. Jones, of Manitowoc, Wisconsin, Mrs. (i. \V. Jones, of this city, Mrs. .1. W. Barnes, Mrs. Norton, Mrs. Baugh, and Mrs. Fussell, and the charming hospitali ties were thoroughly enjoyed. The Times is a little late in men tioning the fact, but Hon. Walter Borm an has removed his law oltiee to rooms upstairs over the Bank of Ka>tern Arkansas, where he is very comfortable fixed up. and will lie glad to see his frier.ds. The e i-mayor is a most genial gentleman, and we regret exceedingly to lose him from tlie Southside, and wish Idm a most suc cessful year in Ids new uuarters. The Times has purchased a new sxlJ job printing press, and a larger and l»et ter cutting machine and when these together witli a full series of new \dstyle type in - > and at) pound fonts arrives, we will he letter pre pared t hail ever to turn out 1 lie very best city quality of job printing at lowest prices. I tou t, send an order away for any kind of printing until you have had our figures on it. Don't turret fur ;i minute that we are again)in the lumber business. Come and see the immense stock everything1 you may need in lumber, doors, sa>h, lime, brick, cement, oil>. paints, glass, putty, builders' hard ware and builders’ materials of all kinds, and everything new and fresh. No old stock, (let our prices. We will save you money. < ill Ice tirst door west of Hatcher's Livery Stable. Kuart-.Marshall Lumber Co. The Ladies Aid Society oi the Pres byterian church will give a Valentine Tea on February 12 at the residence of Mrs. L. Roll wage, instead of the Silver Tea. which was announced for January 28th. There will be a pro gram of delightful music, light re Ireshments, etc., and all are cordially invited. These earnest Christian women will also sell French candies and Valentines on the same day at the City Drug Store. if its anything in shoes that you need for yourself or any member of your family, bring your feet to our store and we will certainly tit them most comfortably with just such a shoe or slipper as you like. We have our complete immense new spring stock of all kinds or shoes, slippers, etc., and want to show them to you. We have the Walkover line, the ifam ilton-ifrown line and the Duttenhofer line. These are tlie best there is, and we invite your trade. Fussell-Gra harn-Alderson Company.