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AMERICA’S FINEST BATH HOUSE
“ THE MAURICE ” IN VENTILATION, SANITATION AND HYGIENIC APPOINTMENTS. ABSOLU TELY PERFECT Public Stenographer, Electro Massage, Nauheim Baths, Hair Dressing, Manicuring Facial Massage and Chiropody Departmen ts in charge of competent white operators. NOTICE! The Buckstaff Baths is open for inspection every day during business hours, and on August 25th, and every Sunday thereafter, between the hours of 2 and 5 p.m. This magnificent bath house will be open for inspection. This will give the public an opportunity to see both de partments, Every citizen of Hot Springs should be able to tell a visitor what the Buck staff look3 like, as there is not a city in the United States that can boast of a finer insti tution of its kind. All visitors who are bathing elsewhere should not leave the city without at least looking through this modern bath house. A corps of attendants will be on hand to show anil explain the different features of the equip ment. Bring your friends and come along. G. E. HOGABOOM, Mgr. xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx Hale Bath House On Famous Old Hale Site. SPECIAL ATTENTION GIVEN TO SANITATION. VENTILATION * AND CLEANLINESS. BEST SERVICE IN THE CITY. 21 BATHS, $10.00, INCLUDING ATTENDANTS' FEES. ROOT8 A EASTMAN, Proprietors. R. JOYCE, Manager XXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXX xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx: \An/\A/\AAAAA/\/VAA AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAaAA X “All the Name Implies” Palace Bath House John F. M»nier, Manager. 50 Private Dressing Room*. 20 Private Reomi With Couch. 8 Large Cooling Rooms. Big Gymnasium. Marble Vapor and Shower Bath Rooms. Turkish Hot Room. Electro Massage. Including Attendant 21 Baths $10 *xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxXxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx *XXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXX ROOM AND BATHE I * AT THE * Heui Hot Springs Bath House G. M. SMITH, Manager. OPPOSITE ARLINGTON HOTEL ON FOUNTAIN ST. XXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXX Horse Shoe Bath House On Hot Springs Reservation 21 BATHS $9.00 Including Attendant Fees ONE OF THE BEST MEDIUM PRICED HOUSES IN CITV. Ed S. Weaver : Manager m & » Gymnasium, Reading and Private Oressl ng Rooms. Lamar Bath House ... $ THE LARGEST AND BEST VENTILATED HOUSE IN THE CITY. ELECTRIC AND ALL KIND OF BATHS, MASSAGE AND SWEDiSH MOVEMENTS. BATH HOUSE ROW—NEXT TO OFFICE OF SUPT. RESERVATION. & * &&&&&&&&&&&£ ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ftftftftftftftft ft ft ft ft Imperial Porcelain Tubs, Electric Massage. On Govern ment Reservation, Private Dressing Rooms ..Magnesia Bath House.. 21 Baths $lo,oo (Including Attendant Fees) OWEN CORRINGTON, Manager. Steam Heat, Gymnaelum, Needle and Shower Bathe "1 was cured of Diarrhoea by one dose of Chamberlain* folic, Cholera and blarrflioe,* Kenie.ly,’’ write* M B. Gebin/i. Oriole, Pa.* There Is nothing hatter t or *al< by ali dealers. 1 H. W11 JON has removed tits II vary ■tittle from Oarland avenue to 6a* Otm chlu avenue 1‘huna IU3S. i'liea|*at rate for country trtim *-a«-ti Tr> a Hcutiuei Kecord Want Ad. A TIP TO THE WISE OLD HATS MADE NEW OLD HATS MADE NEW THE HATTERIE 245 Central Ave. Phone 699 | Advantages of j Country Life\ i i The country is the best place to live in order to establish strong lines of descendants, for here are stored up those reserves of constitutional en ergy which enable man arid woman to endure long hardships and to meet great emergencies without submer sion, says the Woman's World. In the city, the conditions tend toward constant over-stimulation of nerves and exhaustion of the individual or of under-exercise of the muscles and other vital organs and the consequent lessening of energies whictti would go toward increase of family or toward constitutional endurance in tha. chil dren. Where the best blood of tho country homes continually flows to ward the cities, as in America, the ul timate extinction of this best blood In both city and country is certain; the continuation of the race in both city* and country is then left to people of less efficient heredity. But the farm is not only the best place to 'produce goodly numbers of children; it is pre-eminently by nature tlhe best place to produce the best f ind of character in the child. Here youth deals with the things of nature la their simplicity and directness, and Is not deceived nor schooled in deceiv lug. The daily burden of work on! the farm and in the farm home re quires the most thorough co-operative, spirit among all the members of the family, so that cthil-lren early gain hab its of devotion to duty and to the philosophy * A duty well done is its own reward.” The child is unhamper ed by constraint from artificial stan dards and the conventionalities which city life for the adult seems to require or at least to encourage. He is there, fore free to develop healthily and nat-i urally along.dhe true lines of his own I native powers for self-expression. •And the farm is by nature no less a good place to continue character de velopment throughout life. The ser vice to the family and the manage ing of an independent farm business or of a far mhousehohl mainly with one’s ow n labor requires an all-round, I resourceful and far-seeing Intelligence and experience such as no single city business can possibly give; whtie the enlarged serviees and relationships to the community also furnish things to do that are worth while, the doing of which results in strong Character. A $50,000 TOOTHACHE. A great corporation recently sent Its star representative to close an im portant deal. Possessed of unique fa eilities and endorsed 'by a successful career, every advantage lay with this company. The man chosen to repre sent them was competent, resourceful, familiar witlh all the intricate details ' of bis line, possessed of a pleasing personality and the power of convic tion. His habits were orderly, he neither drank nor gambled and could be relied upon in any emergencyt but a toothache undoubtedly lost his prin cipals a profit of $50,000. The tooth began to bother him the day of his departure—it became ulcer ated on the train, and he spent an en tire night without sleep and in nerve racking agony. Arrived at his destination, «be was utttyly unfit for work ami in a dulled, distracted frame of mind, attempted to transact business. He- could not concentrate uia attention upon hie duties, his selling talk was rambling and listless, he lacked force and mag netism and made such a poor case for himself that a competitor, who under normal conditions would have been distinctly his inferior, succeeded in closing the contract. Year by year, we are learning how essential is physical perfection, not | only to personal welfare, but to trade and the professions ns well. The 'physician who doesn’t guard hts own health cannot bear up under the demands of a heavy practice the sur geon who is not in the pink of condi tton lacks readiness and steadiness in crucial operations—the employe at the tneroy of bad teeth, no matter what his skill knowledge and capability, cannot be relied upon—the lawyer who shows no discretion in his selection of food is fair prey to the Irritation of indigestion during his most important trials. The hour is not far distant when employers in estimating a man't fit ness for responsibility, w ill take sharp account of Otis body as well aa his brains, Hawed timbers are not safe. GOOD REPORT ON GARLAND COUNTY COMMISSlbNER OF AGRICULTURE SAYS GOOD THINGS IN HIS BIENNIAL REPORT. Requests Suggestions or Alterations Before It Is Printed in the Report. The following relative to Hot Springs and Garland county has been drafted In the report of the Commis sioner of Mines, Manufacture and. Ag riculture, to be printed in the blen nial report. Deputy Commissioner Hutchins a*ks that the draft be pub lished in this county In order that any corrections, alternations or addi tions may be made before it is printed. He asks that any such suggestions ba forwarded to the commissioner’s office at Little Rock. Garland County. Garland county is situated In the couth central section of Arkansas. The county is generally rolling, with tcme mountain ranees. The elevation ranges from 400 feet In the valleys to 2 . - feet in the mountains. The aver age elevation of the county Is 807 feet. The approximate laid area of Garland county is 403,840 acres, 41 per cent of which Is in farms. The itopulation of the county is 27. 571, the town of Hot Springs has a population of 15,000. The value of all farm property in Garland county is $5,343,001, which is an increase of 164 per cent within the last decade. The principal crops of Garland county are corn, oats, wheat, millet, clover, alfalfa and other grasses, and* some cotton. For all kinds of trucks the soil is well adapted and this county offers greater opportunities for the trucks than any other county because of the enormous number of visitors that come to Hot Springs at all times of the year. Hof Springs is also a fine market for fruits, poultry and eggs. Not one-half of the small fruits and vegetables used by the 200,000 visitors of last year were raised in Garland county. Because of the adaptibility of the soil to the grasses and feed crops, open ranges and short winters and comparatively cheap grazing lands, Oarjand county affords many induce ments to the stock man. * The average value of land per acre in this county is $11.44, which is an actual increase from an average value of $4.54 in 1900. Fifty-seven per cent of the value of all farm property is in I he value of the land. Kxcellent truck and general farming land can be bought for from $15.00 to $40.00 per acre, according to the nearness 4o market an 1 point of improvement. Tile Hot Springs of Arkansas with in the borders of Garland county, are by an act of congress, “A National Sanitarium for ail time,” and “dedi cated to the people of the United States,” to l»e “forever free from sale or alienation.” The reservation con tains 3.840 acres and embraces four mountains. The government has spent over two million dollars on this reservation, and now it is one of the most beautiful spots owned and maintained by Uncle Sam. The drive ways and parks are beautiful and there are grounds in one section or other for every American game or sport. There is no city that offers so many enjoyable pastimes as Hot Springs. " he hot sprines. forty-four in num ber, flow from the west slope ami from the foot of Hot Springs moun tain. from a small tract two or three acres in extent. The daily discharge is about 1,000.009 gallons, at an aver age temperature of HO degrees Fah renheit. The water is controlled and dispersed by the government to the bath houses at a fixed rate per tub of $ti(> per year. Every bath house using water Is subject to the rules and reg ulations made by the interior depart ment, the enforcement of which is in a resident superintendent, appointed by the same department. Twentv three bath houses dispense title baths to the visiting public. There are nearly 600 tubs and a total of over 1.000.000 baths were given last year. The wafers are curative in extensive classes of ailments, chief amone them being all rheumatic, gouty and neu ralgic conditions, blood, stomach, liver and kidney troubles, ihe early stages of locomotor ataxia, taralysis and Bright’s disease, digestive and urinary tracts, catarrh of the respira tory, eczema, malaria, chronic skin diseases and alcoholism and tobacco posioning. Hot Springs is one of the few health resorts that ententains visitors the entire year. About 200 - 0O0 visitors registered last year from all sections of the country and globe. For further information, address the Business Mens’ I-eague, Geo. R. Bolding. Secretary. Hot Springs. Ark. ROBERT M HUTCHINS. Deputy Commissioner of Agriculture. A U N D THE W O R L o TWO CRUISES -OK THE~ CLEVELAND <17,000 Tout*) From New York Oct. 19, 1912 From San Franetaeo Feb. 6, 1913 Will vial Madeira. Spam. Italy, tevpt. lodia, ( aylaa. Strait, VvMlriavnU Java. No 1*1 ear* Chiaa. Japaa. Wt wail, with Overland American Tatar INLAND EXCURSIONS AND SIDE TRIPS OPTIONAL * in Da,a in India TOURS lJJ0aiiiaAaaa Duration 110 Days Each q>oou «p ^VaLrx:: railway, hoaei. aim* eirulunoi. (.am. afri. eualaa. far*. rlr 'Atk «"||»»| uk km mmlt Ikt If* fm HAMBURr.-AMFRICAN line 902 Oliva St., ST LOUIS. MO., or local agents. SWINE DEPARTMENT! ATTHE STATE FAIR I FARMERS OF ARKANSAS INTER ESTED IN THE SPLENDID ANNUAL EXHIBITS. Breeders Find This State One of the Greatest Markets for Pure Bred Stock. The interest of the Arkansas farm er in pure bred swihe is increasing each year, and year by year the full blooded herds are replacing the time honored "razorback,” the pirate of the woods, which for a century* has sup plied the larder of the fanner. The "razorback" has served his purr*)se. For more than a hundred years he has foraged the woods, thriv ed and prospered, and his lean bacon has been the mainstay of the farmer, who has found his propogation an easy matter—simply to brand him before turning him into the rich "mast'' to make his own living and to accumu late a sufficient size to warrant his ‘hanging’’ for winter meat. rui >euis nuere was a pjck ruvoea i belief that any pure bred hog turned loose in Arkansas with its unlimited stock range would develop "razor back” proportions in his frantic search for acorns. This fallacy has been ex ploded—the farmer has (teen convinc ed that "blood will tell,” and he has turned his attention to the real hog. In the development of the demand for better hogs, the Arkansas state fair, witih its big annual exhibit of swine from the best herds of the country has accomplished wonders in hog reform. During the early fairs the exhibitors who had stock for sale at home found difficulty in convincing the Arkansas farmer that it would pay him to pay a fancy price for stock hogs. Year after year, however, the exhibitors have persisted. They have shown their best and have preached "hog" to tha farmer with earnestness and regularity. His work has borne fruit, and now- the big breeders find ready market for their surplus str-ck at home. At the 1912 fair all the popular breeds will be represented, including the Tamworths, which created a sen sation at last year's fair. A full line of premiums are offered for Poland Chinas, Duroc Jerseys, Berkshires, •Yorkshires and Tamwortlhs. with spe cial association premiums in the Berk shire and Duroc Jersey classes. Entries already made indicate that the exhibit this year will be the greatest ever shown at the fair, and it is more than likely that everyone of the new pens erected two years ago will be filled with the prize winners from many of the great nerds of the country. The farmer of Arkansas will here find an opportunity to study the dif ferent breeds and to arrange the nu cleus of a breeding herd of fine ani mals which will eventually net him a small fortune. Sanitary quarters, daily inspection and sanitary work guarantees to the exhibitor every inducement to show at this fair where the hog industry is yet in its infancy, but which is rapidly forging to the front. j TO KEEP SKIN IN PINE CONDITION IN SUMMER f L---l (From The Family Physician.) It would be much better for the skin if little cream, powder or rouge were used during the heated term. Mixed with perspiration, dust and grime these things are anything but beautifying. Ordinary mercolized wax will do more for the complexion and without giving an oily, stiiny. streaked, spotted or pasty appearance. It is the ideal application for the season, as it not only keeps the pores clean, but daily removes particles of scarf skin which 'have been soiled by dirt or weather. By constantly keeping the complexion clear, white and -at iny, it does more toward perpetuating a youthful countenance than any of the arts or artifices commonly em ployed. One ounce of mercolized wax, obtainable at any drug store will com pletely renovate the worst complexion. It is applied at night like cold cream and washed off In the morning, To keep the skin from sagging or wrinkling, or to overcome such con dition, tlhere’s nothing better than a face bath made by dissolving 1 ounce powdered saxolite in % pint witch hazel. BARNHART—The old reliable for furni ture repairing, upholaterlnyr; all kinds of cabinet and carpenter work. 117 Oul pha street i’hona 558. 11-23-tf if may come o morrow Insure against THAT CALAMITY TODAY You can get all particulars about fire, hail, life, live stock or burglary Insurance at this bank.. Come In today and talk over that insurance you have been thinking about. ARKANSAS TRUST COMPANY xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx THREE-DAY DRINK DRINKING MEN MISS OPPORTUNITIES EVERY DAY GET RID OF THE HAIlfT. v. THE DRUG HABIT RELIEVED IN SEVEN DATS No Gradnnl Reduction. No Pnln. No Ilypodertnlca, l»> Method. Only Sanitarium In Arkannaa Girins l ni ondltInnal Gttnr nntee. Not one (tol ar need be paid until satisfaction has been effected. Medically indorsed. EMPLOYED IN HOT SPRINGS ONLY’ AT DR. PAGE’S SANITARIUM Phone 12t>d-St«. 432 Sprint S«., HOT SPRINGS, ARK. C. W. PACE, M. D., Mcdlcnl Director. OFFICE, «20V4 CENTRAL AYE XXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXX SICK MAN DON’T Leave Hoi Springs Until You Investigate LOPEZ No.Medscinc Has Such Proofs of its Marvelous CUKES. Be Convinced ir Cil! Nr Our FIEE I00KLET ll I hI. Iklt ill Print* Dlitisi LOPEZ REMEDY GO. 801 CENTRAL AVE. yyyyyyyyyyxyvyxyyxyyyyyyyyyyyyvv on. joun Turn BLOOD PURIFIER Is a Wonderful Reconstructive Tonic and WILL POSITIVELY CURE Syphilis orRheumatism You are cordially invited to visit our offices and get your medical examination and advice ABSOLUTELY FREE OF CHARGE whether you purchase our remedy or not John Tripp Remedy Co. 714 1-2 CENTRAL AVE. CONTAINS NO MERCURY AND NO POTASH & _ _ £ W ■“ * ” ** - “ < 1 Mountain Valley Mineral Springs Water ‘KING OF MINERAL WATERS ” <s is ^i^iiAaL wai/iiw ' * WAS AWARDED FIRST PREMIUM AT THE ARKANSAS STATE FAIR 1903, 1310, 19H § D g It Is Radio-Active, It Is Deliciously Palatable UNSURPASSED FOR GENERAL TARIFF ttqit ® BEST DIfyiiE™ KNOWN in Treatment of KIDNEY AND BLADDER TROUBLES. ® Une*Half Gallon Delivered to Your Room Daily for $1.25 Per Week, fgi — -- & & & RATES AT HO I EL, MOUNTAIN VALLEY $12.60 PER WEEK AND UP Office and Drinking PaOilion '.'f ^ull^lnK' 'Arlington Hotel. Our friends ere invited ® to make our I avihon their Headquarters during their stay in the Springs. CITY OFFICE PHONE—409 HOTEL PHONE—1S» i’i&,*•;:'\/HAtSi h. ah .h ... ... JsS« **» *•* Als k kt. -A.