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AUCTION SALE
Wednesday, May29,2:00
Owing to the fact that Thursday
our usual Sale day is a Holiday We
will sell on Wednesday,May 29 at 2
P. M. to the highest bidder a large
Assortment of Household Furni
ture, Including a lot of Lace Cur
tains, Clocks, Mirrors, Pictures,
Carpets, Two Soda Fountains, One
Chickering Piano, One Large Cof
fee Mill, One Cash Register, One
Incubator, One 16 Inch Buzz Fan,
One Ceiling Fan, One Electric
Chandelier, One Floor Show Case
Gas Stoves and many other goods
and useful articles to numerous
to mention. :: :: :: ::
Lewis Storage ^ Auction Co.
Sale Room 421 and 423 Ouachita Avenue
TOM HUGHES,
Auctioneer.
Senator Hanip Williams spent yes
terday in Benton, where* he has a
branch hardware business.
Mrs. George r>. rook and daughter
have returned to Little Rnck after a
visit to Mr. and Mrs. M. C. Tombler
fn thlse city.
Mrs. Frank Mann and Mrs. J. B.
Rlgsbee have returned from a visit
to Little Rock.
Misit Della Bancroft, who has been
attending school in New Orleans, has
returned home.
Donald Bancroft, or the Shreveport.
Times, and a former Hot Seringa
newspaperman. Is hero on a visit to]
his family.
Miss Roberta Kerftiedy has return
ed from Lindenwood college, where
she has been during the school year.
Miss Sara Flynn has returned to
her home In Iowa, where she will
spend the summer season.
Mr. and Mrs. E. M. Cohen have re
turned from Ashdown, where Mr. Co
hen attended the Arkansas Real Es-1
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tate association, and read an import
ant paper on Arkansas and her un
developed resources.
Harry Rlakeslee of Little Rock Is
here, having come overland In his
auto, to attend the Klks convention.
Mr. and Mrs. Odie Williams left
yesterday for New Orleans), where
they* will take a boat for New York,
and spend about a month visiting
eastern resorts.
Mrs. Clyde Morris left yesterday
for Chicago where she will visit
friends for the next month.
Ike Kempner arrived yesterday
from Kimberley, where he has ex
tensive interests in the diamond
fields.
Miss Blla Richards left yesterday
for Adams to visit with relatives for
several weekB.
Mr. and Mrs. J. .T. Healey of Little
Rock, are In the city to attend the
•Elks convention and to spend several
weeks here,
GEO. H. WALKER
Has opened a new souvenir stand
and photo studio at 230 Central ave
nue. Your picture made on a post
card, three for 25 cents, finished while
you wait. Kodak developing, 20 cents
a roll. Call and see my new place.
5-26-31
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REBELS DEFEATED
NEAR GUADALOUP
ARGUMENDO AND CAMPA MEET
REVERSE IN ATTACK ON FED
ERAL STRONGHOLD.
Mexico City, May 27.—A telegram
from a special correspondent of the
Kl Imparcial, filed at 11.30 a.m. to
day, In Torreon, states that the city
was quiet and devoid of news.
Official telegrams stated that a band
of rebels under Argumendo and Cara
pa, which had besieged San Juan Oe
Guadalupe, 50 miles southwest of Tor
reon, was defeated today by the fed
erais. The fight last night lasted four
hours and ended In a cavalry charge
which dispersed the rebels. The lat
ter fled, leaving their dead and
wouned on the field.
The casualties were not made pub
lic.
It became known today that Tlfredo
Robles Dominguez, who a year ago
was the commander of the Madero
forces in the federal district and who
put down the riots that attended the
resignation of General Diaz, was re
leased on hail three days ago fcrom
prison, where he had spent six weeks
on the charge of inciting rebellion.
He sailed for Europe yesterday.
Seize Dynamite Shipment.
Washington, May 27.—Despite an
alleged agreement by General Orozco
not to molest a consignment of dyna
mite from El Paso to Chihuahua City
for use In mines, Mexican rebels have
captured, according to reports receiv
ed here today, two carloads of the ex
plosive. Immediately on the receipt
of this Information, Secretary Mac
veagh ordered the collector of cus
toms at El Paso to bold up the re
maining three carloads of the ship
ment. President Taft authorized the
exportation on the.condition that Gen
eral Orozco's forces would not inter
fere with It.
ATTENTION ROOSEVELT CLUB.
There will be a meeting tonight at
Judge Alford’s office at 8 o’clock.
Please attend. Business of import
ance.
FATAL THEATER FIRE.
Castellon, Spain, May 27.—Eighty
persons were killed tonight in a the
ater at Vlllar Real, which was caused
by the explosion of a cinematograph.
BRIGHT’S DISEASE.
Lot. there be no evasion—we mean
chronic and supposed incurable cases
involving dropsy, albumen and casts.
They are curable in a great majority
of all cases.
l.iet us cite a typical case—that of
Mr. R. F. Nltsckke, of 1248 Sprague
street, Madison, Wis. There has been
eight physicians on this case and it
got so extreme that he finally had one
of the last simptoms; namely, failing
eyesight. In January, 1907, the doctors
admitted that nothing further could
be done, and they sent him to Eureka
Springs, Arkansas. He continued to
get worse, the dropsy finally reach
ing the stomach, heart and lungs. At
one time tests showed albumen as
high as 75 per cent.
He learned of Fulton’s Renal Com
pound and began to take It July 3rd.
Dropsy began slowly to decline and
the albumen dropped to forty, then to
twenty, then to ten. and finally to two
per cent in May, 1908.
The patient is now back to his em
ployment and Is devoting full time to
his business.
Patients desiring to know more of
this treatment can get full literature
by writing to the John J. Fulton Com
pany, San Francisco, Cal.
Fulton’s Renal Compound can 'be
had in your city at Sorrells Drug Co
We desire every patient to write us
who is not noting the usual improve
ment by the third week.
RECEPTION.
The latdies Society of the First
Presbyterian church will give a fare
well reception at the home of Dr.
S. B. Steele on Park avenue Monday
afternoon from 4 to 6 o’clock in honor
of Mrs. Mary Huntington, Mrs. R. J.
Huntington, and Miss Wilson, all
members of the congregation who
will leave the city shortly. Friends
are cordially invited. (2t)
WE ARE
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■ LADIES'
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Just Received.
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The graceful lines of these per
feet fitting pumps will commend
_ them io all well dressed women.
: $5.00
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■ 38 PAIRS OF THOSE
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■ $4.00 Oxfords
STILL LEFT
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■ “The Shoe Store Ahead”
JOINT WORKING AGREEMENT.
Hanrisburg, Pa., May 27.—The con
vention of the Brotherhood of Ix>co
motive Engineers tonight decided to
arrange a' Joint working agreement
with the Brotherhood of Locomotive
Firemen and Engineers in regard to
the presentation of grievances, and a
committee was ordered to attend the
firemen's convention In (Washington
in June to arrange the details.
The convention today cleared up ap
peals and most of the new constitu
tion.
Pleased With Miller.
Roger Bresnahan is much pleased
over acquiring the ownership of Out
fielder Miller. Cincinnati wanted to
send Miller to Port Wayne, Ind.. but
Roger blocked the deal and landed
Elmer for the waiver price.
Manager Wallace Is Happy.
Manager Wallace of the Browns is
happy over the trade he made which
brought, Stovall to St. Louis. Stovall
Is leading the club in batting with a
400 mark and playing the best ball of
hi« career.
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ROCK ISLAND TIME CARD.
Trains Depart.
1:30 p m. daily, New York and Chi
cago. Oklahoma and California.
7:26 p. m. dally. Little Roek. Memphis
Limited, connects at Memphis for all
points.
5:30 p. tn. flally, except Sunday, Mal
vern local.
7:00 a m. daily, except Sunday, Mal
vern local.
7:55 a. tn. dally, Little Rock local.
All trains arrive and depart from Ben
ton street station, opposite the postoffice.
Trains Arrive.
10:35 a. m. daily, from Memphis, Llt
tle Rock and Oklahoma.
9:15 a. rn. dally, except Sunday, Mal
vern local.
3.55 p. m. daily, from New York and
all polnta east.
7:40 p. m. daily, from Little Rock
Oklahoma and points east.
8:15 p. m., except Sunday, from Mal
vern.
No, 18. the 1:30 p. m. train, has
through steel sleepers to Chicago and
Kansas City, parlor car to Memphis anc.
dining car from Little Rock, all steel
coaches to Memphis. Direct connection
at Little Rock to Oklahoma, California
and all points west. Connect at Mem
phis for all points. Quickest time to
New York City without extra fare.
IRON MOUNTAIN TIME CARD.
Trains Arrive.
No. 893—from local points between
Benton and Hot Springs on loea) freight
train (daHy except Sunday). 7:15 a. tn
No. 17—From St. Louis. Chicago, Kan
sas City. Memphis. Little Rock, Texas
and California, 10:55 a. m.
No. 19—From St. Louis. Kansas City,
Fort Smith, Little Rock, and Texarkana.
2:35 p. m.
No. R43—From St. Iavuls. Kansas City,
Memphis. Little Roek. Pine Bluff aiid
Texas, 10:55 p. rn.
Trains Depart.
No. 844, for Pine Bluff. Little Roek,
Texas. California, Kansas City. Mem
phis and St. tvniis, 7:15 a. m.
No. 894—for local points between Hot
Springs and BcrVton on local freight
train (daily except Sunday), 8:00 a. rn.
No. 30 - For Little Rock. Fort Smith,
and Kansas City, 11:30 a. m.
No 18—For St. Louis, Phleago, Kan
sas City. Memphis. Little Rock, Pine
Bluff. Texas, California and New Or
leans, 5:30 p. m.
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1 Hoyt’s Gum Gluten j
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This is a brown crisps biscuit made i
from the Gum Gluten Flour. The |
most palatable product ever made |
from Gluten; easily digested. It is £
protein in its most delicious conven- *
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I The Ozark Hotel
1 MRS. M. B. BRENNER, Proprietress.
I Wish to announce the arrival of Mr. Alfred Cunningham,
f from St. Louis, Mo., an Expert Caterer. The experience
1 which Mr. Cunningham has had in this line in St. Louis
g and Chicago, and other Eastern Cities proves him to be
■ especially well adapted for this work.
• THE OZARK DINING ROOM now at your com
• niand for LUNCHEON, DINNER PARTY OR ENTER
• TAINMENT of any kind and at reasonable prices.
I Sunday Fried Chicken and Ice
| Cream Dinner Our Specialty
f 40 Cents
■ 810% OUACHITA AVE. PHONE 2005.
Cockburn Ostrich Farm
Riding and Driving Daily
City Store 334 Central Ave.
Finest Ostrich Goods at Producer’s Prices
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between HotSpritigs, Little Rock,
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a1n(1 southeast to Kansas City and
the West and Northwest. *
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X nesday of next week. It has been *
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Spring Season
19 12
Just received the latest exclusive
styles in excellent variety of entire
ly novel Wnd specially prepared coloi
combinations of exclusive designs
and fabrics for Suita, Trousers and
Vesta.
N. COHN
The Tailor
418 CENTRAL AVENUE.
ERNEST L. ILG
Tailor and Cleaner
Now at
507 Park Av, Phone 31}
—TWO''WINNER^
Albatross Flour
1 Alameda Coffee |
Both took first prize at
State Fair for past 4 yean.
Ask your grocers for these
brands and take no other.
1* 9, 990999. PMriiNrtM.
A. D. SHAW, M. D. J. 8. SHAW, Md]
Phone Res. 107 Phone Res. 1983 ]
Drs. Shaw & Shavl
RESIDENT PHYSICIANS
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OFFICE 626 1-2 CENTRAL AVENl |
Office Phone 108.
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Mutton Suet \
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For particulars
PHONE 207
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