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The Special Great Sale Monday Mar. 11 AT THE SOUTHERN PALACE Handsome Tailored Suits Dresses For Style And Service .Skirts of all Modern Makes Chiffon Waists at HALF VALUE A Southern Palace Event Rich in Economics i And Money Savings i The most complete assort I ment of Ladies' Ready-to- 1 Wear Garments. And We Promise the Fullest Measure of Value At the lowest prices ever ottered | SOUTHERN PALACE I ||| ONE PRICE STORE 1 11 ■■■■■■■■■■■ i I HOT SPRINGS IN PICTURE SHOWS CITY FILMED YESTERDAY AND DISTINGUISHED VISITORS INCLUDED. Andrew Carnegie, Frank Gould and Other* Who Will Be Familiar Facev In the Film*. Hot Springs |>osed before the mov ing picture yesterday. Not alone did Hot Springs |>cse, hut gome of the distinguished m«Yt of the country, and many of the promi nent men in tjie various cities of this country were prominent in the views tlhat will he exploited in picture shows, when the work of yesterday is brought into action. Secretary George R. lidding accom panied the picture men about the city and directed their work. The w'hole of the picture will he a genera! Story, telling in action of the re markable cures effected here. The principle character in the story is a visitor to Hot Springs, who is shown ns he arrived in the city on stretcher, then he is conveyed to the hotel, as be is accompanied on rolTing chair to the office of Superintendent Harry Myers, where he obtains a bathing permit, then he Is served with some hot water at the fountain on hath house row, and later is wheeled into a hatlh house ihen Hie ‘‘patient’! 's put through a hath, tvtd after lie Is given the limit there, there will he an elapse of a short lime in the picture, when the “patient will he seen walking actively about a wholly cured man. In the afternoon the picture party went to the horse dhow and there again photos were taken which show ed the crowd and which also pictured some of the splendid stock Vi action at the first annual horse show in this city. There will be a trip made over the mountain drives, and tthe Ostrich Warm, Alligator Farm and other points of interest will be taken, also particular attention is to be given to the baseball parks, where the major league men ate at their spring train ing. Large crowds gathered everywhere along Central avenue about nie work of picture taking yesterday, all enthu siastic to get in the films. In several instances it was necessary to call the police to keep the crowd back, so eager were all to be shown in the pic tures. All of which is assurance that when tllie view's are presented there will be no questioning the crowd at Hot. Springs at the time they were taken. JUNIOR BALL GAME. With the first break in the weather yesterday the junior Hall playerfc of tthe city got. into the fields. At the South Border field the Ht*y team de feated the Mutts by a score of 18 to 13, which proved close even with a large score. For 393, Rimer Curl and Alvin Dillard, for Mutts, Morris Nel son and James Smith. CHAMPS DRUB TEXANS. San Antonio, Texas, March 9.—Con nie Mack, manager of the Philadel phia American league team, put in the real world’s chain pirns against the San Antonio Texas league team today and tihe r®sitn was a slaughter of the locals, 17 to 5. Score by innings: R. H. R. San Antonio ... .010039 010>— 5 10 4 Philadelphia ... .020 280 i!3x—17 20 1 Batteries — McGrauer, Neill and Smith; l>anforth, Brown, Pike and Thomas, l.app. GIANTS SHOW GOOD FORM. Fort Worth, Texas, March 9.—The New York National league regulars wen from the Fort Worth chib of the Texas league here this afternoon In easy fashion, the score being 11 to 1. A cold wind swept over the field, freezing both spectators and players. Errors figured In all of Uhe Giants’ runs. Score by innings: R, H. E. Fort Worth. WO001 000— 1 fi !) New York . .001 010 43x—11 9 3 Batteries—Lowe, Beasley and Rob ertson; Tesrean, Maxwell, Pierce rnd Wilson. R. AND S. MASONS. A stated assembly of Hot Springs Council No. 23, R. and S. M„ will be held immediately after the chapter. Work in the degrees. E. H. ELLSWORTH, T 1. M. Allen Hotchkiss, Secretary. C. W. Dodson of Nashville Is spending a visit with Mr. and T. M. Dodson. T here Mrs ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft There Is No Time Like the Present TO MAKE i Profitable Investments In Arkansas It has been demonstrated bevond a shadow of a doubt that ARKANSAS RANDS will raise any prod- | . .. . . . rtnn»»r MAXT V TTrA'P nTMTTR uct that any other state in the United States can produce and besdes a GREAT MAN\ THAT OTHER m ’^ CIUKA UCOUl.il C% vj »»*-•» ^ ^ STATES cannot produce at a profit. The only thing we EXCEPT ig 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. — - £ 11,400 acres of pine amd 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 ft Interurban Railroad. Half of the land, when cleared of ft 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 ft growing in value every day. It is worth while to inves ft tigate. We can increase the holdings to 20,000 acres, ft if 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 .7 make it very attractive, ft ft 4,160 acres in Chicot county. This land is situated ft in the very heart of the famous Mississippi and Arkan ^ sas Delta, 20 miles from Greenville, 9 miles from Laki ~ 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 ft the world, is just 12 miles from this property. No waste ft land. All in a concrete body—a fine colonization propo ft sition. This land is above overflow, perfectly drained, ® with a bayou running north and south through the center 0 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 ft of one-third cash, balance one, two and three years, at ft six percent. * » $ 20,000 acres of timber land in 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 o, 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 fe*t 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 3-4 bale of cotton to the acre and 35 bushels of corn. This l.irm 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 jtoss this by it 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 feet gum to the acre. The land when cleared will be worth easily $20 per acre. There is no better farming country in Arkansas. Thf. 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 40u 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 necessarv 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. Th!s 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. Th? improvements consist of a new five room residence, barns chicken houses, wmrk room etc. The property is entirely rnder wire fenep. Has a bearing orchard of 2o0 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 worth it. This is an ideal property and growing each and every year. 240 acres in White county, located at the town of Griff ithville, 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 bank, 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 for less than $20—if taken within the next sixty days we will make a price $7 per acre. Dont overlook this, but lot "hmv you. 2-5 acres in Pike county, of which 40 is in cultiva tion and 200 acres under good fence. The. improvements consist of a four room house, barns and necessary build ines. 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 iueal location for a home. This land will produce anv crap 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 •b rooms, modern in every respect. Also 3 cottages, i he property has its own water works, gas piant ami plumbing throughout. This is a fine opening for anv 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 * years. ’’ umrOE, ™ HOT SPRINGS CIT\ PROPERTY WE CAN SHOW YOU ANYTHING FROM A TWF ROOM HOUSE TO A HOME WITH TEN ACRES OF GROUND AT PRICES THAT WILI A8TONTSH Tomf TN AND TALK THE MATTER OVER AND BE CONVINCED V\ ILL ASTONISH. COME IN « iff Lots in any addition to the city—Honey to loan e $ a ■:> BELDINQ & STALLCUP 631 CENTRAL AVENUE E. M. Cohen, flanager Real Estate Department # 0 0 0 0 \ & aAfi a a *1 « 0 i «*t .a.