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LADIES’ COATS, SUITS AND DRESSES
smts^ow^ C°at $ft 95 I * ?25 "tC"‘ $1195 I ?7 50 ladies’ M45 I $1000 ladies' $£.95 I Newest dresses $1.95 0 $4.95 I Newest dresses $J .95 O $r.9S
_U I est coat sults now | J | long coats ^ | long coats 0 | $6 & $7.50 J &4 | $10 & $12 50 4 (fc j
Children s Cloaks Drummers Samples values up to $4 now on sale at .$1.98 || LOOK AT THIS. All wool skirts, newest styles.$1.95
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Ladies Waists $*V49
worth up to $5 ^
Silk Waists HOp
worth up to $2 jOv
Ladie s Hats the newest
styles $.300, $4 00 and
$5.00 values $1.00
now only ,1
ATTENTION MEN HERE IS YOUR CHANCE MAKE THE MOST OF IT.
II k! 0 A I I m rnn Men's Tailored Suits or Overcoats, was made to order for $15. Selling now at $ 5.95
UNuALLlU run ^ Mens Tailored Suits or Overcoats, was made to order for 20. Selling now at . 05
Men s Tailored Suits or Overcoats, was made to order for 20. Selling now at 14.95
1 housands of other bargains await you so be here this Saturday and come every day you will alway find unmatchable bargains because
_ PERMIT 1STO ORE TO ITHEER SELL ITS
Forrest City’s Progressive Store BARNETT’S Forrest City’s Progressive Store
...THE BEST FEED...
Not Only the Best
But the Cheapest Feed
Another reduction in the price of
Cotton Seed Meal and Hulls has
been made at the iocal oil mill. Get
our little booklet which tells you
how to feed Cotton Seed Products
to all kinds of live stock, poultry, etc.
New Cotton Seed Meal 15
Per 100 Pounds ... - iP A*
New Hulls OCc
Per lGO Pounds - y(j
We make a most attractive exchange
offer to farmers who are in a posi
‘ tion to use Cotton Seed Meal and
Hulls at home. Let us tell you
... FORREST CITY COTTON OIL MILL...
EDWARD ROLESON, Manager.
| BEAUTIFUL \X/p1:ATHS. SPRAYS. ETC.
L0 Our Ro5€S-aod ill cut Flowers—Are the. Q
^ finest you CAT find. A generous Supply ot $rcen ^
with every order. Price! Always Reasonable
VESTAL & 50N;l~_ LITTLE ROCK, ARK.
REAL ESTATE TRANSFERS •
For the Week Fnding December II,
lillt, as Deported by the St.
t ranels County Absraet
State of Arkansas in Walter Watts,
s"' swf Sertlon IK, Ti.wnsliip 5 north,
Range 4 east. Donation.
William Henry Trail and wife to
John D. Neves, el svO Section 11,
Township 1 north, Range It east.
W. W. Campbell to J T. Fondren,
undivided ' int erest in 60 feet off east
side lot 4, block 7, and all that part
of lots 2, 5 and li in block 7 west of
Iron Mountain it It. and 10 feet lying
between lots 4 and 5 in block 7, in City
of Forrest City. $460 00.
A. lioysen and wife to William A.
Harrison and George A. Riley that
portion of se| Section 25 Township 4
north, Range 1 west, lying north of
C. It. I. & F. R R. *1266 60.
Yonr Cold is Dangerous ; break It
A cold is readily catching. A run
down system is susceptible to germs.
You owe it to yourself and to others
of your household to light the germs
at once. Dr Hell's Pme-Tar-Honey
i< line for colds and coughs It loosens
the mucous, stops the cough and
soo lies the lungs. It's guaranteed.
Only 26c at your druggist’s.
Mr. C. M. Wilkinson, leading mer
chant and president of tiie Hank of
Palestine, was in the city a short
while Monday, stopping off'on his way
home from a business trip to Mem
Herbert Fifer, colored, another of
the gang of harness thieves whose ac
tivities caused so much annoyance a
short time ago, was arrested Wednes
day and bound over to the circuit
Let us have your orders for sub
scriptions or any renewals you may
contemplate making for magazines or
periodicals of any kind for the New
Year. Land voigt & Vadakin, News
'The foitunate participants In the
gold drawing at Fussell Grahara-A I
derson Co.’s on December 24th will
have a merry Christmas. You may be
one of the lucky ones. Get your
Sick headache is nearly always
caused by disorders of the'stomach.
Correct them, and the periodic attacks
of sick headache will disappear. .Vrs.
John Bishop, of liosevilie, O., writes:
“About a year ago 1 was troubled
with indigestion and had sick head
ache that lasted for two or three days
at a time. 1 doctored and tried a
number of remedies, but nothing
helped me until, during one of those
sick spells, a friend advised me to
take Chamberlaip’s Tablets. This
medicine relieved me in a short time. ”
For sale by all dealers.
Presbyterian Plinrch Votes.
The regular servi, will be con
ducted at the Presbyterian church on
Sunday, December 13, at 11 a. m.,and
7:3o p m. Every mem' er of the con
gregation is urgently requested to he
We are planning a Christmas pro
gram for Wednesday night, Decem
ber 23, at 7:30 arid everv child in the
Sunday-school may have a part if they
desire. The subject of the program
is “Ambassadors of Peace ”
beautiful Christmas songs are to lie
learned. Will you come and bring
your children that they may have a
Prayermeeting each Wednesday at
7:4o p. rn.
E I. Wilson, Pastor.
LIQUID ECZEMA REMEDY
Cert ainly does cure any and all I idl
ing Skin Troubles such as Iv—tr>-' ’' ut
ler, King Worm, Pol n Oa.. .to, (
Fever blisters, Frost id;.-. Chicken
Pox, Prickley Heat, N ' )e liasl anti
Old Stubborn Sores t .ought to he I
Cancers. Gives instant relief and
cores when physicians fail. ’] RY ONE
BOTTLE, ON SALE , I’,
J. T. SANDERS, Forrtit ity, Ark.
EATMAN MANTFA 1 '' PING CO.
Gbi nada. 11
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A Xew Store in F re“l 1 ity,
T'lie Co-operative 1: Jt to., with!
lieadquarters in Me u a is, hav<>
opened a branch in I- City, anti |
the prices at which t x a offering |
groceries are sure to ic custoir
ers. For instance, t a s.dllc.
standard granulated a at 18 1
pounds for a dollar, a-a1 wll save yo
money on everything it grace* ,
As soon as their ? ck is
ceived they will quc a list]
prices which will set x to tli
store in a hurry. Kvi de iq
their shelves is fully u u eed, ; l
| if not as represented, ,o . mey / l
he refunded. They a e a' d In, a
McCrary building, n 'o r toj u
Planters Bank & Tru 'hon;
Orders of II.00 or ni tie cl iv
Dr. Stanley Ferrell, ' • II, a ad
in the city Saturday al naony re
mained over Sunday, es, Is
brother, Mr. II. F. F«i a . 4 • toe
tor was one of the hat i -st lc , In
the recent disastrous fi e -t Gil.,
’ % -Sq I
a fi m
A new section of Arkansas has been opened
by the Missouri & North Arkansas Railroad.
Opportunities for the Farmer, Merchant and
Timber Man. Good Land at Low Prices.
There is no malaria in this section. An
abundance of good Spring Water. Land
values are increasing daily. This is in the
Highlands of Arkansas
Write for the free booklet, “Oak Leaves,” containing full
JAY KERR, General Passenger Agent,
Are easily corrected, but they
get serious very quickly if neg
lected. The trouble Is always
In the stomach or bowels.
la u Fine Me (Mentell .Syrup fur
AH Stomach or Uotvel
Mothers who have used !t
praise It highly for Its excellent
corrective effect. It quiets a
cross, feverish baby In a few
minutes, helps the stomach to
digest food, checks looseness of
the bowels and relieves colic
pains. Contains no opium, mor
phine or any other harmful
drug. It can be given as long
and as freely as desired, as It
does nothing but good
Loan, sickly babies thrive and
grow u i' lu beneficial
m t.; - lie, Buttle.
Ja, id i J, c St.Louis,Mo.
St he i il a Cures Sore
L **•' A
Telephone Your Orde
Or come down and lea
your order for your Chri
mas dinner—Turkeys, Geei
Ducks,Chickens, Celery, O3
ters, Pure Pork Sausa
country style; Beef, Po
Mutton, Veal, Etc.
THOS. O'BRIEN, Pr v- PHONE
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