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♦ Just received a big shipment of McDougall Cabinets, % the most up-to-date cabinet on the market, at | prices to suit all. A kitchen is not complete f without a McDougall Cabinet Cash or Time Payments. | “Bed Room Suits.” * Here is where we shine. Our stock of Bed ♦ Room Suits have no equal in Bird Eye Maple, | Mahogany, Quarter Oak, Circassian, Walnut | and White Enameled. Come and let us show them to you f j5® Clean your home, this spring with a BISSELL CARPET SLEEPER—ONLY $3.25 ♦ | Tth'eBLf,tie°Pricwei.,h Grand Rapids Furniture Co. YourG^dil is I ♦ 220-222 Ouachita Avenue. For the Best Line of Furniture We are Headquarters Watch Our Windows Telephone 1079 ^ Spring Season 19J_2 Just received the latest exclusive styles in excellent variety of entire ly novel and specially prepared color combinations of exclusive designs and fabrics for Suits, Trousers and Vests. N. COHN The Tailor 418 CENTRAL AVENUE. STALLION SERVICE Roadster Hilihurst 3. 43676 TRIAL 2.11 Season 1912 at New Amuse ment Park South Central Ave. $25.00 to insure live Colt. T. S. GAREN ALL KINDS OF FURNITURE MADE TO ORDER. Upholstering, Screen Work and All Kinds of Cabinet Work. Show Cates Wall Cases. Reflnlshlng and Repairing Done. New and Second Hand Furniture BougHk and Sold. Called for and Delivered. MAPES & TRAVER Factory and Store, 1017 and 1019 -— Malvern Avenue. Phone 1792, 1 ring; residence phone, 1792, 2 rings. In cases of rheumatism relief from pain makes sleep and rest possible. Fhis may be obtained by applying Chamberlain's Liniment. For sale by ill dealers. ——————— NEW YORK COTTON. 1 New York, April 9.—The cotton market showed continued activity to day and again made a new high record for the movement on buying of very much the same character as that not ed yesterday. Realizing checked the advance and caused reactions in the late trading with the close barely steady, net 4 points lower to 3 points higher, the new crop being relatively firm. The market opened barely steady at an advance of 4 points on April, hut generally from 2 to 5 points lower, and the active months sold 6 to 8 points under the closing figures of last night during the first few min utes. This reflected heavy realizing by Wall Street and southern houses due to the better appearance of the weather map, reports that Mississippi flood damage advices had been evag gerated, and rather disappointing Liv erpool futures. There was also some local selling for a reaction, but the market encoun tered good support on the decline and following the western belt forecast, which suggested rather cloudy and un settled weather with showers predict ed for the East Texas coast, the mar ket became decidedly firmer. Bull support was aggressive on the ad vance, while outside demand still ap l>eared to be broadening and prices worked steadily upward, wiih only slight recessions 'until the active months were selling about 9 to 12 points net higher. Receipts, 30,608 bales against 34,-* 3^44 last week and 12,940 last year. To day’s receipts at New Orleans 5,241 against 4,802 last year; at Houston, 5,308 against 1,300 last year, and at Galveston, 11,194 against 6,305 last year. ARLINGTON EASTER BALL. Splendid Social Affair Closes the Len ten Season. With the Lenten season over, soci ety turned out in full force for the Easter hall at the Arlington hotel last night. It was one of the season’s real successes. True to his promise, Man ager Joe W. Corrington had the beau tiful ball room looking even prettier than usual. Huge clusters of peach and apple blossoms adorned each end of the spacious room. There were lil ies, either real or make-believe, ev erywhere. Even the electric light globes were cut lily shape. A great crush attended: in fa t, the crowd was one of the banner ones of the year. It was a stylish, well dressed gathering in the extreme, society fa vorites of iNew York, Chicago, Boston, Pitisburg, St. Louis, Kansas City. Minneapolis and many of the other large Eastern and Northern cities joining with Hot Springs’ smart set in the dancing and attending jollity. Seldom before tbs season—and the season lias been a wonderfully sue* cessfully one—have as many magnifi cently kowned women attended, even an Arlington function, as were noticed on the floor last night. It was also a happy throng. That smartly successful “Chicago night,” of the evening before got In Its good work. It served to bring the guests of the Arlington closer together. There is particular credit coming to Professor Barton. Father time has certainly been good to this splendid musician. He has directed the Ar lington's orchestra for 18 years and has had probably the busiest winter of his career. Nevertheless, he has seldom led his orchestra to better advantage than he did last night. DEAFNESS LURED When Caused by Catarrh. If yon have ringing noises in your ears, catarrh germs are making their way from the nose to the ears through the tubes. Many cases of deafness caused by catarrh have been cured by breath ing HYOMEI. It reaches tile inflamed membrane, lieals the soreness and banishes catarrh, which is the cause of most deafness. F. C. Vanaman, railroad conductor of Binghamton, N. Y., writes that he was cured of deafness after specialists had failed. HYOMEI (pronounce it High-o-me) is guaranteed to cure catarrh, coughs, colds, asthma, croup, and sore throat, or money back. Complete outwith with inhaler, $1.00. Extra bottles 50 cen*3. Sold by Sorrells Drug Co., the enter prising pharmacist, and druggists ev erywhere. . MAKE BELDING FAIR SECRETARY BOARD OF DIRECTORS ALSO DE CIDES TO HOLD FAIR FIRST WEEK IN NOVEMBER. Everything Point# to the Biggest Ar kansas State Fair Ever Held and Officers Are Much Enthused. fleorge It. Balding, secretary of the Business Men's league, was yesterday afternoon elected secretary of tho Ar kansas state fair, when the 'board of dlretors of this organization held a meeting to go over some very mate rial points in the matter of the future of the state fair. Mr. Holding was secretary of tlie state fair formerly, but did not serve last year. He is generally credited with being the best man for the place through his former experience, and through his energetic and hustling ability to make things move when he gets behind them. With Hurry M. \\ estcott ns presi dent, and George Belding as secre tary, the directors feel that they have a splendid working team, for there is no disputing the fact that Mr. Westoott made a splendid financial showing in handling the last state fair. it was also decided not to hold the state fair in October, as formerly, but to postpone the dates to the first week in November, when several ad vantages can be gained. One of these it is reported, is that the fair asso ciation did not want to have its man agement subservient to part, of the present administration, which will be out of office After November 1. M n L. I IN Ij I UN UI-IMI I tn. J. T. Titus of Wichita, Kan., reach ed the Arlington yesterday and plans a stay of several weeks. He is a great friend of C. Downing, that splendid Atlanta merchant, who, together with his wife, has been a guest of tho fam ed hostelry for the past fortnight. Mr. and Mrs. 1). James joined the Arlington's immense Chicago colony yesterday. Mrs. J. L. Holland of New York and Mrs. K. J. Milan of Brooklyn regis tered together at the Arlington yes terday. Mrs. Henry S. Moore of Kansas City, accompanied by Miss Millian Murchison of Fort Worth, Texas, ar rived at the Arlington yesterday and plan a substantial visit. A splendid Chattanooga, Tenn„ par ty reaching the Arlington yesterday included S. C. Williams, K. L. Wil liams and William Reynolds. BCBgUBBWg >IU JiHIUW———P*—P More Home Baking, j Better every way § than the ready! | made foods * | CREAM I Baking Powder | ure,Cream of Tartar I Powder 1 Made jfrcm\, Grapea 1 Mr. and Mrs. Frank McKeen of Ter re Houte, Ind., are guests at the Ar lington. ■•SNAPPER” AFTER PRIZE. “Snapper,” the fine Boston bull ter rier owned by Sam Davis of this city, was yesterday afternoon shipped ■to St, Louis, where today he will be exhibited at the dog show of the Mis sissippi valley kennels, where he will be shown against about 800 other choice specimens of his type. MRS. EDWARDS WON. Sued Former Husband for $1,000 and Got Verdict For Half This Sum. Mrs. Rebecca E. Edwards was awarded a verdict in circuit court yes terday afternoon in the sum of $600 against, her former husband, Dr. A. J. Edwards. The sum sued for was $1,000. Attorney James L. Graham represent ed the plaintiff In the action, and Dr. Edwards was represented by Attor neys Curl and Sawyer. HUFF PLEADED GUILTY. Louis huff, charged with forgery, 1 entered a plea of guilty before Clr cuit Judge Cotliam yesterday and was given the minimum sentence of two years at hard labor in the state peni tentiary. DR. LEONHARDT’S DISCOVERY. Hem-Roid WIM Interes Every Per*on Who Ha* Pile*. The public is indebted to Dr. J. S. JLeonhardt of Wncoln, Neb., for years of stud yof the treatment of piles, and for his discovery of a successful remedy, taken inwardly, which liveps up the stagnant blood circulation ant* reduces the swollen vessels. Dr. J.eonhardt's prescription is HEM ROID, sold by R. G. Miorris Drug Co., Hot Springs, Ark., and all druggists at Jl for 24 days' treatment. Guaran teed to give satisfaction. Dr. iLeon hardt Co., Station B, Buffalo, N. Y. Write for booklet. ► r-Figure Naturalness-> THE prevailing styles call for figure naturalness. The slender, girlish contour is the vogue. If you want to look natural and youthful, wear a Henderson Cor set. These splendid models are designed to give this stylish appearance, com fortably and easily. ► r We have an extensivfe ► H nS?N assortment of Henderson ► Corsets Corsets in all designs, y with low, medium and high bust, various skirt ► lengths and with all the latest innovations that y make them so desirable. y You can get Henderson Corsets that will ► make you stylish and give lasting service at y popular prices. *♦♦♦♦♦> ►♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦ 4*444444444444444 New Styles in Gage Sailors 25 Dozen Ladies Waists, ordinarily sold at $2.00, special at $1.25. The New Lace Flouncings in Attractive Designs The Summer issue of the LADIES’ HOME JOURNAL Style Book with 2000 illustrations on sale at 5c the copy. i_ Quality Shows In Topsy ♦ Hosiery ♦ ♦ Ask to see the X TOPSY HOSE I The finest hose that money ♦ can buy. 150 styles to select | from and all of them good ♦ ones. I WOODCOCK & LAWSON | THE POPULAR STORE |