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Three Thousand Feet Eitra Special Feature Whittington Park
SOEAX COHPANY’S GREATEST MASTERPIECE
FRA DIAVOLO
11| . (From the Famous Opera By That Name)
This Evening in the Summer Theatre at Whittington Park
Plenty of Good Music and Vaudeville All Absolutely Free To Everyone
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* Drug Store For jji
2 Nunnallys Fresh Candies gl
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X Wt* loceivt- ii fresh shipment X
* rarp week by express. There- J
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X fr shuts# of each box. X
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* Special Sale on Talcum *i
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X JERGENS DE LORME VIO >!
* \ LtTS AND ROSE IN £!
* POUND CANS. * !
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J price this week Is 18cts. * j
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X Prescription Druggist. X j
X 122 Central Ave. Phone 337. £,
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DO NOT PAIL TO VISIT
Observation Tower
On Hot Spring*
Mountain.
165 Feet High.
Contain* 2 4 1
ton* of etoel.
Splendid Eleva
tor Service.
Aleti raay grade
Stairway.
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Afford* a mag *
nlfieent view gf
Hot Sprlnje and j
Central At hanaaa
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Kill ire change of program dally.
The trip around the world every
Thursday, The Pal ho Weekly.
Tuesday Aug. 27
A special feature in two reels |
Don Jaun
and
Charles V.
The most perfect colored picture
ever produced hv Pathe Frerea
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(Ilhittington!
tin THE PE0PLE’S
rej r K PLAY GROUND J
Dancing
Every Evening
8:30 to II
Admission 25c Per Couple
Free Vaudeville
-- And
Moving Piclures
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Free Band Concerts
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A Disgrace!
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C To go through life like a deformed X
£ being when the culture of dancing X
< overcomes these defects, lends y
< grace to one's carriage and com- X
£ mends an erect, quick step. *
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^ Dancing taught every afternoon ^
< and evening from 2 to 4. Walts, y
J two-step, revrrse guaranteed In X
£ six lessons. Private lessons by ap- *
< polntment Efficient lady assist- y
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< Dances: Monday, Wednesday, x
£ Friday and Saturday evenings. X
I THE METZ I
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{ Dancing Academy jjj
{ At the Bijou Kink *!
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( Visitors are cordially Invited to y
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Karl McKinney has returned from
Sioux City, where lie lias been for
some time.
A daughter was horn on Tuesday to
Hr. and Mrs. it. A. Simpson, Oaklawn
boulevard.
Miss Marian Connelly has gone to
Prescott. Ark., to visit relatives for
two or three weeks.
Miss Ruth Cartney is spending a
few days in Little Rock, visiting her
sister, Mrs. A. C. Graves.
Mrs. S. C. Van Leer and daughter
Miss Gladys, .have gone to Manguni,
Olda., for a visit with relatives,
Mrs. Chan. Schneck left yesterday
for Danvers. 111., in response to a
message lhat her brother was eriti
ally HI.
Prescriptions called for; delivered.
Public Drug Co. Phone <115. 8-20-tf
Mr BiiiJ Mk Mh> Kempner left
yesterday for New York. They will
go by way of New Orleans and the
ocean route.
Mrs. A. K. Main left Tuesday for
New York and Philadelphia on a visit
of several weej^s. Her father resides
at the latter place.
Mr. and Mrs. S. M. Kkdahl have re
turned from o visit to Sweden. While
there' they attended the Olympic
games at Stockholm.
Judge C. T. Gotham, accompanied
by his broter, Terrill Gotham, have
gone to Wllwaukee, where they will
spend a week or ten days.
ltilly Anderson, city passenger agent
of the Rock Island, thus gone to Maine
to join his wife and son who have been
spending (he summer there.
Dolph Smith, county clerk of Crit
tenden county, arrived yesterday on
a few days’ visit to his family, who
are visiting Mr. Smith's sister. Miss
K'thol Smith, South avenue and Third
street.
HOT WEATHER WEAKNESS.
Overcome the Debilitating Effect o1
Hot Weather With This Guar,
anteed Tonic.
Hot weather ts weakening to most
people, and has a very debilitating
and devita-sizing effect on many. 'Phe
heat increases exhaustion and results
In a greater strain on the various or
gans of Hie body, often Impairing the
health of some one or more of them
To help renew your bodily strength
to assist in restoring energy and vl
ratify to the various organs of yout
body, to oonrect the run-down, list
less, weakened condition brought or
by hot weather and other causes, we
have a remedy that has been tried
and proven time and again in similai
cases (hat have come under our ob
servatiou. it Is ltexaii Beef. Wins
and Iron. \\v. do not hesitate tr
guarantee that, it will prove effiea
eious iii your case—or money back
If it does not help to make you feel
good, vigorous, stronger and more cn
ergetic, if it does not improve your
appetite, your sleep and the condition
of your blood your money back
Price 7ia-. $1.00, Sold in this city
only at the Koxall Stores: it. G. Mor
ris Drug Go., 802 Central avenue,
puone 210. Public- Drug Go., cor
ner Ouachita and Market; phone f>45.
I. A. LYONS
LAWYER
NOTARY PUBLIC
801 1-2 Central Ave. Telephone 263
Special attention given to legal business
of visitor*
C. N. ANDERSON
Genera! Btac-ksmlthing
D. A. SMITH foreman,
Buyny and Carriage Work a Specialty,
Automobile Forgings or Anything In
the Blacksmith Line.
212 Hawthorne Street. PHONE 1700
MAJESTIC PHARMACY
BEASLEY DRUG CO., Proprietor*.
In Majettle Hotel,
BATHING OUTFITS
DRUGGISTS’ OUTFITS
Preau tptlona Delivered to Your Ooor,
Murray Transfer and
Storage Company
CAN HANDLE ANYTHING SAFELY
Office Corner Malvern Avenue and
Valley Street. Rhone 82
MISS LAURA MERRIAM
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Miss Merriam, daughter of former j
I Governor Merriam of Minnesota, is :
I soon to become the wife of Theron E. :
j Catlin of St. Louis, member of con
gress, who is In danger of losing his
seat because his campaign expenses ;
j exceeded the legal limit.
INFORMAL PUPILS
MUSICAL RECITAL i
music students give splendid
PROGRAM AT HOME OF W. I.
BOYER, PARK AVENUE.
The pupils of Mrs. Anna Baur-Bcr
bench gave an informal musical rc
cnal on Thursday morning at the
home of Mr. W. 1. Boyer, 716 Oak
street, covering themselves and their
teacher with honor. The following
program was rendered:
Program,
1. — Duet—
a. Simplette .Bachman
b. Thttringian Folk Song.Kuecken
Mis Georgie Sehweer and T.
2. —Piano solo—
a. In the Woodland Swing.
. Krogman
b. Peach Blossom .Rosewig
Mis- Bessie Jibbs.
u.—Piano volo —
a. Sunday Morning .Sartorio
b. l.a Votx du Goeur. ... Van Gael
Miss Brattice Furr.
■I.—March in 1>.Gurlift
Muster Arthur Borman.
Z.—Vocal solo- Fairest of All....
.E. S. Phelps
Miss Gladys Painter.
6. —Daffodil ..Roaewlg
Mi>s Georgie Sehweer.'
7. —Plano solo
a. Birds in the Orchard. .Cadman
I). Fernwood w'altz .
. I.alour-Loumey
Miss Vunie Rosen.
S — Piano solo
a. Sonntag itn Daerfcheu .
. Francois Behr
h. Meditai ion . Morrison
Mis Bernice Henderson.
I).—Evening Chimes . v.Heins
Mis* Gladys Fainter.
Hi. Piano solo—
a. Invention .I. rle.b Uaeli
b. The Joyous Farmer.
. gchumanu-Hueiil
Miss Mary Boyer.
11.—Vocal solo The Rosary (by
request) .Neviu
Miss Gladys Painter.
lJ.—Lorely .Hans Seeling
Miss Mary Boyer.
18.—Duftt—'B Major ..Haydn
MBs Gladys Painter and T.
alls. A. Baitr tlerberlch, who ro
' ft ivccl her musical Gaining under
(George Magruih or Stuttgart, Ger
many. and London. Enalund. and
| T heodore Bohiniann of Berlin at her
aunts Cincinnati conservatory ()f mu
! sic, is about to take a two weeks' va
' entiqn to her old home in Ohio, after
I which she will resume her mush
Uaching in this city.
REMOVAL NOTICE.
The wholesale and retail cigar store
<ii Geo It.'Waisett has removed from (
:!2t* C«rttrgl Hvenite to 170 Central j
avenue, where he vv II) carry a target
and more select slock of olgttr* and i
tobacco, occupying a store building |
now more in keeping with hi* high
liars stock. V V 61
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AT THE PRINCESS.
In keeping with its reputation of al
ways showing the best, the Princess
will again show two first run reels to
day In connection, with a dandy Gau
mont comedy.
"Old Dr. Judd.” is a charming Thau
houser offering, and no prettier film
story was ever witnessed. Dan Cupid !
himself, consults the doctor, although
tide re is a very charming patient in
the story and the camera man has
woven a beautiful picture story for
your entertainment.
“The Girl and the Gun” is a dandy t
new American western film—full ot
life, acilon. love and thrilling situa- j
tions. Ever;, foot of the reel is inter
esting. .
“Jimmy as a Hypnotist" is a Gau
mom comedy, in which the irrepress
ible Jimmy figures as the attraction.
It is all comedy—just fun from start
to finish.
The Princess has arranged to con-,
tinue its series of feature reels and
has hooked another series of the best
on the market for future dates.- The
first of these v/i!! be run °n Augum
li"J, Thursday, and this will be followed
by another on Monday, -September i).
W atch for the announcements and i
dates of these two-reel specials.
WHITTINGTON PARK.
An extra special feature will be
shown this evening in the summer the
ater at Whittington park. It is the'
Solax company’s masterpiece, three j
reel production of "Fra Diavolo,”
adapted from the famous grand opera
by that name. Tlhis feature reel is
three thousand feet in length, and one
of the best ever produced by any com
pany.
The story of the famous bandit, Fra
Diavolo, is well known io theater go
ers as one of the most interesting set
lo music, ft is a strong love story,
pleasing in its way an ! intensely in
teresting and gripping from start to
finish. The hold-up of the old stage
coach by Fra Diavolo, and the bandit's
sudden meeting with the woman of his
affections are higlnly exciting, and I
form a feature part of the picture. |
The Solax company has spared no
expense to make this picture a mas
terpiece. and their efforts have not i
been in vain. It has been declared by
critics the country over to be the high- :
est conception ot motion photography ,
and acting.
In addition to this feature picture,
there will be two free vaudeville acts,1
both of which are musical ones, so all I
will be reminded by this they are wit
nessing one of tlie most famous grand
operas in motion pictures.
NEW CENTRAL THEATER.
Edison's groat film, "The City of
Washington,” is the feature attraction
at ihe New Central today, it is one
of the greatest educational films in
the “See America First” liue, which
has yet been shown at this popular
theater. Edison has brought to light
some of the real interesting features
of Washington life and the picture wi'l
he of interest to everybody.
Ltibin’s "A Fly Time” is both edu
cational and comic. There is two mil
lion file# and nearly as many, smiles
In the excellent reel.
"The Part the Servant Played” is a
Ciaes offering, it is the story of the
servant who took a hand in his mas- j
tor's matrimonial affairs, and one1
amusing situation follows another in
rapid succession.
The program today is one of excep-1
tional merit, one of the real bright
and attractive kind.
Craay and Gibson waters, orders
taken. Public Drug Co. s-20-tf
DRESS FORMS.
Mrs. Armstrong will begin her last
flats for this year Monday, Aug. IP.
Parties desiring her dress forms, call
201 Cedar St., or phone 18P2. 8-20-1 w j
A Bug’s Prayer
Dli Mr. .Man. if you have heard
Df tliut Hobs’ “Dead Quick’’ Spray,
Forget it I pray thee or I die.
Be merciful and use on me
Anything else, and I may pull through
I lie mosquito said Amen.
In Hot Springs at grocers and drttg
<i»ts, W. (\ Ross Medicine Co.. Little,
[luck Arkansas.
BOWLING ALLtYS.

Four regulations in Dugan Stuart 1
mildlng, opposite Arlington hotel, A j
dace for ladies am) gentlemen to •»»- j
t’v ih‘>m elves. Kobe w Mollohert*.
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HOT SPRINGS GETS
MOOSE SANITARIUM
LOCAL DELEGATION RECEIVES
ASSURANCE THAT IT WILL BE
LOCATED HERE.

Honors fell (hick and fast on the
Hot Springs delegation of the i>oyal
Order of Moose yesterday at the na
tional convention at Kansas City.
Tlie matter of the location of the
national sanitarium of the order was
left to the decision of the supreme
council, and this body notified the Hot
(Springs delegation that this eiiy would
he selected as the site for the institu
tion. For the building and support oi
the sanitarium the convention unanim
ously assessed a per capita tax ofll.Ob.
A delegation of the supreme officers
will visit this city within a short time,
inspect the sites that have been offer
ed and close up the final arrangements
for the building of the sanitarium.
In the competitions. Jack Goodine
and his Moose drum and bugle corps,
landed first prize, 160, for the best
appearing musical organization in the
big parade In which the Hot Springs
delegation made a unique showing.
MASONIC NOTICE.
A stated commutation of Sumpter
Ijodge l‘J, F. & A. M., will lie hold in
their lodge hall in South Hot Springs
near corner Fifth and Grand avenue
this (Friday) evenitg at 8 p. m. Work
on F. C. degree. Visitors cordially
welcome.
GEO. H. BRENNER, W. M.
ROBERT CARTNEY, Sec.
Dance
MEET ME :
i TU-NIliHT IN DREAMLAND !
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j Nicest dancing academy in the t
I south. Dance every afternoon .
I* and evening. The home of the l
visitors. Guaranteed to teach |
you to dance in one week. ♦
t prospect avenue, opposite The t
I | Airdoine. j
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See S. J. SULLIVAN
—For
IRON FENCES
Cheaper. ! han Wood
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And White Bronze
unuiiMCUTC
1m111umt.11 to
Bronze is everlast
ing, stone b not.
LOCK BOX 2 93
PHONE 1349.
Sentinel-Record classified Ads wt
resnlts. One cent a word for iuch in
sertion.
PRINCESS
THEATER
MOTION PICTURES
Today’s Program
More first run pictures for today. Two
bran new pictures and a comedy that’s
all fun.
t
“Old Dr. Judd
0 hanhouser), Dan Cupid and a pret
ty patient are the central figures.
“The Girl and the Gun *
A corking western drama by the
American company.
“Jimmy as a Hypnotist,”
(Gaumont). Jimmy is always an
amusing individual.
Price*, 10c Any Seat; Children 5c

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