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There Is No Time Like the Present
TO MAKE Profitable Investments In Arkansas It has been demonstrated beyond a shadow of a doubt that ARKANSAS LANDS will raise any prod uct that any other state in the United States can produce and besdes a GREAT MANY THAT OTHER STATES cannot produce at a profit. The only thin*? we EXCEPT is SITRUS FRUITS, however, when it comes t( APPLES, PEARS AND PEACHES, we can beat the world. READ THE FOLLOWING LIST CAREFULLY AND SEE IF THERE IS NOT SOMETHING IN IT THAT WILL INTEREST YOU. H.'IOO acres of pine and oak timber land within 12 miles of Hot Springs. This property is located north of the city on the proposed Little. Rock and Hot Springs Inter urban Railroad. Half of the land, when cleared of the timber, will sell for more than the cost of the. whole. This is a fine investment. The land will cut 5,000 feet merchantable timber to the acre, 65 per cent of which is pine; balance white oak, hickory and gum. This land Aes in the healthiest part of the state of Arkansas and is-growing in value every day. It is worth while to inves tigate. We can increase the holdings to 20,000 acres, it desired. Plats gladly furnished on application. This is a fine investment as large timber tracts, well located, are getting scarce. The price of $12.00 per acre should make it very attractive. 4,160 acres in Chicot county. This land is situated in the very hedrt of the famous Mississippi and Arkan sas Delta, 20 miles from Greenville, 9 miles from Lak? Village. This property has a railroad running through it, also one north and south within 3 miles. The land will cut 4,000 feet merchantable timber, and when clear ed will be cheap, as cutover land, at $25 per acre. The famous Sunnyside Plantation, the finest cotton farm in the world, is just 12 miles from this property. No waste land. A!! in a concrete body—a fine colonization propo sition. 1 his land is above overflow, perfectly drained, with a bayou running north and south through the center of the property. This is without doubt the best bargain in Arkansas, as there is not an acre of waste land on the entire tract.. The price of this property is $15, on terms of one-third cash, balance one, two and three years, at six percent. 20,000 acres of timber land ip Sevier county, Arkan sas, on the Kansas City Southern Railroad, on which are improvements consisting of sawmill with capacity of 50,000 daily, 25 tenant houses, two townsites, a railroad of 20 miles, standard gauge The land "is estimated to cut 50,000,000 feet of pine, oak, gum and hickory, also small amount of cypres and elm. The railroad is equip ped with two locomotives, 26 cars, steam and log loader and track equipment. There is also a large planing mill with a capacity of 30,000 feet daily. The land is fertile. No better cotton, corn, alfalfa, grass or vegetable land in the state. When in cultivation, the lands are worth $40 to $60 per acre. This is a fine proposition after the timber is removed as a colonization property. We will furnish plats and price on application. A farm of 920 acres within 9 miles of Hot, Springs of which 300 acres are in cultivation and 600 acres under fence. The improvements on this property consist of a residence of five rooms, kitchen and large hall; cost $1650 to build, 3 tenant houses, one four-room residence that cost $700 to build, farming implements, four head of mules, sixty head of hogs, in fact a complete farm; the cultivated part will raise at the lowest calculation 3-1 bale of cotton to the acre and 35 bushels of corn. This farm is well located on a main road for scenery and sur . roundings cannot be equaled in the state. The price subject to immediate, acceptance is $15,000. Dont pass this by if you want health and happiness, and last but not least, a money maker. Terms, $5,000 cash, balance one, two and three years. 472 acres in Ouachita county just one and a half miles from Camden, Arkansas. Virgin timber. This land will cut 800 feet of hickory,' 1600 feet white oak and 4000 feel gum to the acre. The land when cleared will be worth easily .$20 per acre. There is no better farming country in Arkansas. The price of this property today is just $15 per acre, but this price will not hold long. A»resort known as Spring Lake, four miles from the City of Hot Springs, located high in the hills, with 400 acres of land. This property can be reached by road or within one-half mile of railroad station. The improve ments consist of a 20-room frame hotel with all necessary outbuildings for a resort of this kind. It is on the road to the new $50,000 golf links, owned by the citizens of Hot Springs, also near the Essex Park race course. This property can be built up to a high standard and is good for either a summer or winter resort. As a farming land the property is worth the price of $17,500 asked. An ideal chicken farm of 80 acres within two and one-half miles of Hot Springs.' Forty acres in truck gar den. 1200 thoroughbred chickens, ' three incubators, brooders, six cows and a Durham bull. All necessary farming implements for the cultivation of the land. The improvements consist of a new five room residence, barns chicken houses, work room etc. The property is entirely rnder wire fence. Has a bearing orchard of 200 trees, mostly peach. The owners are well established and ship chickens all over the United States. The local market takes up the surplus in both chickens and eggs, and the property is now making $2,500 per year net. This prop erty can be bought for $8,000 cash. The owner can show invoice for $14,000, and is easily woith it. This is an ideal property and growing each and every year. 240 acres in White county, located at the town of Griflfithville, on the Iron Mountain railroad, is covered with second growth timber, but the land is adaptable to cultivation. The town of Griffithville has a population of about 500—banft, two sawmills, churches, schools, etc. We can recommend this tract of land as being one of the cheapest in the state. You cannot buy an acre around it tor less than $20- if taken within the r.ext sixty days we will make a price $7 per acre. Dont overlook this, but let us show you. 235 acres in Pike county, of Which 40 is imcultiva tion and 200 acres under good fence. The. improvements consist of a four room house, barns and necessary build ings. The land that is not in cultivation will make one of the best pastures in the country. There is a well on the place and a never failing spring. It is on the Rural delivery route, just two miles from the railroad—is an icieal location for a home. This land will produce anv crop planted. This property can be bought for $12.50 per acre, on terms of one-half cash, balance to suit. A modern resort just six miles from Hot Springs, known as Ozark Lithia Springs. There are 300 acres in the place with a modern two-story brick veneer hotel of 3f rooms, modern in every respect. Also 3 cottages. The property has its own water works, gas plant and plumbing throughout. This is a fine opening for any one wanting a business of this kind. It is one of the most popular resorts near Hot Springs and can be made to pay large dividends on the investment. Price $40,000 on terms of one-half cash, balance in one, two and three >'ears- \ i • . ' i» ik 1 Off Hi IN HOT SPRINGS CITY PROPERTY WE CAN SHOW YOU ANYTHING FROM A TWE-ROOM HOUSE TO A HOME WITH TEN ACRES OF GROUND AT PRICES THAT WILL ASTONISH. COME IN AND TALK THE MATTER OVER AND BE CONVINCED. , „ . *, » A t Jtt -.m Lots in any addition to the city—Honey to loan BELDING & STALLCUP 631 CENTRAL AVENUE E.' M. Cohen, Hanager Real Estate Department L ' PHILADELPHIA NATIONALS HERE FOGLE AND PARTY OF PROMI NENT PENNANT ASPIRANTS HERE FOR TRAINING. Large Corps of Baseball Writers Ac. company the Team and Have Bad News in First Reports. Horace Fogle of the Philadelphia Nationals and his splendid party of enthusiastic hustlers, wiho expect to he in the front at the end of the 1912 season, arrived yesterday morning for their spring practice work. The team arrived just In time to see s ine of the worst weather of the spring period, and therefore the large corps of baseball writers in their first reports naturally had very unacceptable reports to send home. The team, however, are in good spirits, and last night as they loit ered about the Bust man lobby they seemed as happy over the few days of enforced rest ahead, and the pros pects of getting in the hot mineral | water baths, as if they were to enter immediately on their field practice work. Registered in the party are Mr. and Mrs. Horace Fogle, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Dooin, Mr. and 'Mrs. James McTaggert, Mr and Mrs. Sherwin Me G se, Mr. and Mrs. Otto Knabe, Don Titus, John B. Lobert, Fred L. Lud erus, Grover C. Alexander, George Cnambers, W. L. Shultz, William D. Pillifer, Pat Moran, George Grailiam, John ('ashman, John M. Downey, Sam Walsh, Harold Ireland, John Oldham, Herbert L. Kutz, Michael Dee, Lee Hart. Others in the party are James Mr Cool, James McNichol, Russell Ed wards, Harry P. Sauers, John S. Car ney and the following newspaper writers and photographers: William D. Clark, of the Bulletin; George E. McGinn, of the Press; «Elliz Abra hams, of tlhe Telegraph; Joseph F. Owens, of the Inquirer; James C. Isa minger, of the North American. EVEN CURES ULCERS. Remarkable Results from New Skin Remedy That Costs Almost Nothing. Old sores and ulcers are quickly re lieved and cured by using Hokara, the wonderful skin food that is curing ail kinds of skin-diseases and blemishes. Eczema, pimples, blackheads, acne, barbers itch, wad every form of slun disease respond to this antiseptic and greaseless skin food and tissue build er. Sorrells Drug Co., the local agents for Hokara, have been authorized by the manufacturers to refund the pur chase price to any dissatisfied cus tomer. Buy a jar today and see for yourself what a remarkable remedy Hokara really is. Liberal jar for 25; Larger sizes 50c and $1. EASTMAN HOTEL ARRIVALS. Yesterday’s arrivals at the Kast man hotel included Mr. and Mrs. Clint 1C. Tilton of Danville, 111.: William J\ Huebner, Chicago; H. P. Sauers and Frank Laferty, Philadelphia; Mrs. I). Prendergast nnd Dr. R. 1*. | Green, Peoria, III.; K. W. Klos, St. Joseph, Mo.; C. M. Burrow, St. lxntis; H. H. Harrison, Minneapolis; H. F. Stoddard, Stuttgart, Ark.; C. Adams, Fayetteville, Ark.; T. M. Jeffords, Hit tie Rock; R. T. VanRiper, Kansa: City; Mr. and Mrs. J. Edward Ogden. New York; J. F. Foley, New York: Henry Nieland, New York: C. O. Hat's ris, Milwaukee; Mr. and Mrs, W. A. Withers, Chicago; Miss Mary V. Bren nan, Chicago; Mrs. F. I>. Duryea. Memphis; J. B. Hebron, Memphis; Mr. and Mrs. Thomas L. Price, Jeffer son City, Mo.; F. F. Axtell, Harvard, III.; Mrs. Arnold Bloed, Denver; Miss Anna Maxwell Jones, New York; Mrs. F. E. Schobey, San Antonio, Texas, William Harris, Nortonville, N. Y.: A Ren Curtis, New York; A. F. Struck rnann, Chicago. PROBE LIVING COST. Baltimore, Md., March 4.—A com mittee of :!K representative citizens of Baltimore, including two women, organized tonight to study causes o( the high cost of living in this city. Believe Always tn Right. Sometimes wheu you are worn and weak with the struggle, when it seems that Justice is a dream, that honesty and loyalty and truth count for nothing, that the devil is the only good paymaster; when hope grows dim and flickers, (hen is the time when you must tower in the great sublime faith that right must pre vail, then must you throttle these Imps of doubt and despair, you must master yourself to master the world around you. This Is conquest; thla Is what counts.—From Self Control by William George Jordan. Condensed Statement At the close of Business, Feb. 20th, 1912. Commenced Husi»e«H May 30th, 1907 RESOURCES Loans and Discounts, ... $299,656.26 Scrip, Stocks and Bonds - - - 24,110.75 Overdrafts, Secured and Unsecured - 694.93 Furniture and Fixtures - - - 4,000,00 Heal Estate.. 2,462.00 Cash and Sight Exchange • 55,180.09 $386,104.03 LIABILITIES Capital Stock.$75,000.00 Surplus and Undivided Profits - - 27,362,99 Dividends Unpaid .... 160.00 Reserved for Taxes, etc. ... 1,779.32 DEPOSITS 281,801.72 $386,104.03 COMPARATIVE STATEMENT February 20th, 1908, Deposit “ ‘ 20th, 1909, “ 20th, 1910, “ 20th, 1911, “ 20th, 1912, $ 74,829.81 - 131,331.15 - 229,499.95 - 228,421.87 - - 281,801.72 M. J. HENDERSON, Presl. W. G. MAURICE, Vice-Prest. DAVE BURGAUER, Cashier H. C. COVINGTON, Aist. Cashier W. G. Maurice, F. C. Stearns, J. P. Henderson, Directors E. Burgauer, J. W. Angle, M. J. Henderson, Dave Burgauer. THROUGH ELECTRIC LIGHTED SLEEPING CARS , m to rm CHICAGO and KANSAS CITY Lv. Hot Springs • 1:30 P. M. Ar. Chicago - - 10:40 A. M. Making all Eastern Connactions L?. Hot Springs - 1:30’P. M Ar. Kansas City .10:25 A. M. Electric Lighted Coaches, Parlor Car, Dining Car Service To Memphis MAKINS DIRECT CONNEXION FOR THE EAST AND SOUTH Quickest Time to New York Without Extra Fare Phone 141 Benton Street Station W. M. ANDERSON, C. P. A An Item of Interest to Visitors LUMBER AND ALL KINDS OF BUILDING MATERIAL SOLD DIRECT TO THE CON SUMER, NOT BY A MAIL ORDER HOUSE, BUT BY MANUFACTURERS, WHO HAVE HAD LONG YEARS EXPERIENCE BOTH IN THE MANUFACTURING AND RETAIL ING OF LUMBER AND BUILDING MATER IALS. We Gan Save You S80.00 to $125.00 Per Gar CALL AT OUR OFFICE AND GIVE US AN OPPORTUNITY TO BACK UP OUR STATE MENTS. WE WILL BE PLEASED TO SHOW YOU THROUGH OUR STOCKS AND NAME YOU PRICES DELIVERED AT YOUR HOME TOWN. 'M TELEPHONE 1292 Peoples Lumber & Offices No. 621 Central Avenne Supply Co. Hot Spriiigs, Ark.