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XXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXX>XXXYXYXXXXXXXXXXXYYYYYYYYY CLASSIFIED COLUMNS 5 0lJ CiJt * M Elrt ,aserliM- :: Positively No Ads Inserted Unless Accompanied by the Cash. :: Nothing Charged nXXXAXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXxrw w______ WANTED jfAlsKSMAN for general trade. Staole line. $35.00 weekly advance on com mission. Experience unnecessary slmulv all around hustler with dean record D W. Barrows, Station A, Detroit. SALESMAN: travelling; salary and com mission; miW be active, ambitious, energetic; splendid opportunity; former essential. Landmark experience Cigar Co., not n Denver, Pa. WANTED—To rent a rooming house of ten or twelve rooms, lurnlshed preferred. D. P., care Sentinel-Re cord. 12-21-2t WANTED—In best locality large fur nished or unfurnished house, suita ble for high-class rooming house. Ad dress 2504 Izard St., Little Rock, Ark. 12-22-2t WANTED—A white girl or woman to cook for 4 people. Good wages. Phone 816. 12-21-2t WANTED—At once, housekeeper lor hotel. Address with references, "Hotel,” care of Sentinel-Record. 12-21-2t WANTED—Partner with *250 cash to take working Interest in good broker age business. No experience necessary. Call phone 2033. 11-7-tf WANTED—Cash paid for second hand clothing, trunks and suit cases. 224 Ouachita Ave. 10-lS-tf WANTED—1 good graded Jersey cow with young calf; gentle and good con dition. Phone after ti p. m.. 769 10-SO-tf XXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXX X X X X X X X X X SECOND HAND FURNITURE WANTED All kinds bought, sold and ex changed. Second hand heaters and other stoves cheap. J. H. ERMEY A SONS 601 Ouachita Ave. Phone 338. xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx X X X X X X X X LOYD A SON X New and Second Hand Furniture X Bought, Sold and Exchanged. X Roofing a Specialty. X 202 Third St. Phone 71 X X xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx jcxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxg X J. T. WIL80N X X Buys, Sells and Exchanges New X X and Second Hand Furniture. X X 222-224 THIRD STREET. X X PHONE ES>8. X X X XXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXX FOR KENT FOR RENT. A well furnished five room cottage arranged, if necessary, to accomo date two small families—Situated in one of the principal streets—on tar line. Call on JOHN H. LEWIS, 625 Central Avenue. Phone 351. 12-22-tf i ...... .... .. FOK RENT—To gentlemen only, two nice front rooms. 121 Parker Avenue. 12-22-St FOR RENT OH SALE—furnished etght loom house. 121 Parker avenue. 12-22-31 BE A DETECTIVE— Earn 1150 to *30u monthly. Particulars write Frederick Warner, 1243 Lexington Ave., New York. FOR RENT-Nicely furnlflhod 6 room house, close in; modern. Phone 1223. 12-17-tf FOFl RENT—Twelve room house. gas, hot and fold water, steam heat, 526 1-2 Malvern avenue. Pall on Joe Lelloy or Arkansas Trust Company. 12-16-tf FOR RENT—Nicely furnished rooms, $1 per week and up. 201 W. Grand. 12-15-lmo FOR RENT—A Furnished apartment, 333 Prospect Ave. 12-20-lmo FOR RENT—710^ Central Ave. En quire of Joe Stone. Phone 799. 12-20-tf FOR RENT—Five room furnished cottage on Prospect avenue. Gas heat. Apply 20 Court Si 12-IS-tf FOR RENT—Rof>m over Milgap's' Cigar Store, 726 Central Ave. 12-4-tf FOR RENT—Nicely rumlshed cottages nod flats. 2 rooms, IS and 110 month; 3 rooms, 112 to 115. Apply 648 Quapaw. Phone 1663. 9-26-tf FOR RENT—Nicely furnished rooms and fists for housekeeping; alF conveni ences; gas, running water, electric lights, Close to the hot water: Iron, magnesia, arsenic, rock, radium springs: see these rooms before locating. Take North Bor der cars to 528 Park avenue- J. B, Bur rte, 9-11 -tf for rent—Newly furnlshen and reno vated apartments, for light house keep ing. also nice steeping rooms. Wallace Apartment*, 444 Prospect avenue. Tele phone No. 1997. 11-12-tf furnished cottaokf for rent— H6 Per month: electric light and fuel Bus; bedroom and kitchen, $10. Take North Border car to Dell Street, one block up Dell. Inquire at 14. Telephone 16;.6. 11-t-af FURNISHED ROOMS—For sleeping or housekeeping, one block from Central •venue. $1.25 per week and up. 318 Market street. * 2-16-tf FOR RENT—Elegant furnished cottage*. v-t whtttington avenue. Apply 473 Whittington. Phone 634. 7-9-tf FOR RENT—Eight, airy housekeeping rooms, one block from bath house; $2 up per week. 216 Court street. 3-23-tf 'AAXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXX housekeeping apartments x X X ■■■ X Furnished “rooms: also two room 5 cottage nicely furnished, for nice X people. Two blocks of both de X pots and postoffice. one block of X bath. 508 Pleasant St. Telephone X 1990. 11-16-tf X X X X X X X xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx £xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx X X X X X X X X for RENT—Furnished flats and X rooms for light housekeeping, gas x lights and water, $3 per week up. Hear bath houses. THE INGLE, 109 Ramble street. Sleeping porch accommodations If desired. Phone 1038. xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx JXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXX X Clean Furnished Cottages—$15.00 X X per Month up—Near Bath House. X v munin up—near oav. , £ Thoe. Doherty, 70S Malvern Ave. * X Phone 547. X XXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXX> MlILUHRY APARTMENTS, 116 Carlton terrace; high cool and quiet. Best •leeping rooms in the city. All modern conveniences. Running water In every One block from bath house. Get off North Border car at Great street, one D.ock above Majestic hotel. Phone 1795. FOR RENT-Meely furnished three, four and five-room cottages: all modern convenience*!; beet residence part of the city; reasonable rent. Apply 207 Cedar street, or phone 299. 3-12-tf FOR RENT—Three room ctjttage, 517 East Grand Ave. Inquire at prem ises or at souvenir store 316 1-2 Cen tral Ave. 11-26-lmo FOR RENT—5-room elegantly furnish ed cottage, modern, large yard Phone 931. 12-3-tf FOR WENT—6-room suite in the Tom bler apartments; rj0t and cold wa ter, natural gas and steam heat. Tel ephone 1966 or 245. 11-24-tf FOR RENT—One four-room flat, elec tric lights, gas and batfli, unfurnish FOR RENT—An Ideal location. Twer three or four large connecting front rooms on Central ave., opposite Bath House Row. Just being completely re modeled. Suitable for one or two' doc tors who desire first-class offices. Will be ready for occupancy by January 1st. Phone 1101. 12-lh-lwk FOR RENT—Nice furnished room3, private family, very reasonable, 303 Garden street. 12-5-tf FOR RENT Dec, 1, 1912. < > i ! A modern ten room houge, ■ gas heat, servant house, bam | and other buildings with nine ' acres of iand, corner of Combs I and Hobson Ave., two blocks > off Central Ave. car line, in | good neighborhood. ARKANSAS TRUST CO., £ Phone 264. FOR SALE FOR SAI.K—English Setter Dob, & years broken, registered, $-5. E. T. Goodale, Barry, 111. FOR SALE—Good milk cow with young calf for sale. Phone 350. 12-20-3t FOR SAI.K CHEAP--Good six room home with four acres well improved land. Within city limits. A bargain. J. T. Jones at Arkansas Trust Co. 12-19-2wk. FOR SAUK—Four year old standard bred trotting mare. Known as "Oaklawn Girl.” Phone 600. 12-12-tf FOR SALE—Garden street residence, 6 room* and bath, lot 55 front by 135 deep. 12.000. W. F. Hawkins, 629 1-2 Central avenue. 11-1-tf FOR SALE—Pedigreed Boston terriers. Kleins Drug Store. 12-6-tf FOR RALE—Indian Runner ducks, Tou loose geese. White Plymouth Rocks, White and Buff Leghorns. Poland China pigs, stock and eggs. Hiram Whitting ton, Chase Farm, phone 635. Il-S0tf AM SELLING out cheap, furniture of two flats, been used but little, as good aa new; at Partello's upholster shop, 307 Pleasant street. Phone 1682. 11-26-lmo FOR 3ALE—Fruit stand; good location; doing good business; must sell on ac count of ill health. Phone 880 or 198. 12-18-1 wk FOR SALE—An Ideal residence lot, ex tra large, on Central Ave.. 3 blocks south of Grand Ave., east front. Nothing like It within 2 blocks, either direction, that could be bought for one third more than our price. Address, H. M. G. 12-14-lwk FOR SALE—45-room hotel; newly fur nished: modern in every reaped. Ad dress Jack, care Sentinel-Record. 11-6-tf FOR SALE—My house on Henderson avenue, electric lights, water and bath. A. G. Sullenberger.^ 8-3-tf* BOR PALE—Team of young mules; well matched and young. Phone 1771. 11-6-tf TWO SPECIAL BARGAINS 8 ROOM HOME, modern 641 Quapaw Ave. corner lot 50 x 125 feet. Price 55,750 ThL is one of the cheapest properties on Quapaw avenue. 410 ACRE FARM. 6 miles from Prescott, Ark , beautiful location, good residence and out buildings. Two tenant houses, plenty good water. A bargain at $6,000. These pieces of property must be sold at once. MONEY TO LOAN. K. R. JAGGERS, REAL ESTATE 627 Central Avenue. Phone 1067 imriisxxiixxi x XXX XXXXX X X X X X X FOR SALE—Best paying meat market in city, on account of •Ickness. 430 Ouachita ave nue. 10-12-tf X X X X X X XXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXX FOR SALE—to acres unimproved land, with heavy timber on It. Located on the old Higdon ferry road, 2 1-2 miles from end of Oaklawn car line, would be a (food Investment for any one. Terms to right parties. Address "C. C. M., this o'tlce. FOR SALE—3 show cases and counters, each 12 foot, plate glass; cheap if taken at once. Phil Levy, 332 Central Ave. 'xXXAAXXXXXXJQSXXAXXXXXXXX REAL ESTAT* AND BUSI NESS CHANCES. W. T. Hawkina, 629'/a Central Ave., dealer in Improved and vacant city and auburban real ty, hotels and rooming houses, farm, timber and mineral lands, truck gardens, stock and chick en ranches. If Interested phone 209 and make an appointment with him. He will treat you right and find what you want, if it is In the market. ll-10tf xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxw X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X FOR SALE—Cheap for cash, Califor nia Confectionary; 314 Malvern Ave., including soda fountain, dairy lunch, etc. 12-3-lmo I-OR SALE OR PtXCHANGE—For farm Innd; a fi-passenger automobile. R> dlllsaps, 726 Central Ave. •<IR HALE—Residence on lot 70x235.718 CJuapaw avenue. Inquire on premise*. r-Ap <3at.e—A uood combination hora©, surrev and harness Swell outfit; cheap. Phone 1264. , - LOST—Friday evening, one small or der book, with, poultry, tlsh and fruit orders in same. Back off.. Ke turne to Walter Black, Malvern avenue and receive liberal reward. 12-21-lt MISCELLANEOUS. . EASTERN TAILORING Co"—Phone 1055, 335 1-2 Malvern Ave. Clean ing. Pressing, Repairing and Dyeing. Suits pressed, 40c. Pants pressed 16c. 12-18-1 mo Do You Want 5 Per Cent Money? We loan you money on long or short time. No stock to buy. No long waits. Let us take up that mortgage, loan you money to buy property or built on that lot. No trouble to answer questions. Phone 930. Taylor & Wallace. Offices 9 and 10, Ander son building. 11-8-tf DRINK OAKLAWN MINERAL WATER for stomach and kidney tioubles. De livered to ail parts of the city. Phone 1196. 7-li-tf LISTEN—The Palmer Employment Co. was compelled to have more room. Call us at 435 Caines Ave., phone 130, branch. 412 Pleasant St., phone 1386. If you should fail on one phone call the other. G. P. Palmer, manager. 11-26-tf LEE MAYBE UK Y, Livery and Transfer. Carriage Calls Answeied Promptly. Stable 812 Pleusmt St. Phone 36. ARLINGTON HACK STAND, Phone 1916. BEAUTIFUL new goods arriving dally at Mrs. C. Higgins’ Art Store, 606 Cen tal avenue. »-17-tf FOR SECOND-HAND HEATERS go to J. H. Ermey. 6U1 Ouachita. Phone 338. ld-3-tf THE PLAZA—522 Spring St. Private home; housekeeping apartments: beau tiful location; large yard; reasonable. QUICK RELIEF FOR RHEUMATISM. George W. Koons, Tawton, Mich, says; “Dr. Detchon’s Relief for Rheumatism has given my wife wonderful benefit for rheumatism. She could not life hand or foot, had to be lifted for two months. She began the use of the remedy and Improved rapidly. On Monday she could not move and on Wednesday she gol up, dressed herself and walked out for breakfast." Sold by Elsele & Hunt Drug Company. AXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXX ARKANSAS AUTO COMK.M “Valley Red,” Manager. AGENT FOR HUPMOBILE Seven Paaaenger Weatcott Tour ing cart for hire, aay or night. TELEPHONE 400 7-4-lm X X X X X X X xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxa sxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxs MRS. REES Fashionable Dresemiking and Ladies’ Tailoring. Every garment drafted to meas ure, insuring perfect fit and correct lines. 137 CHAPEL ST. Phone 885. X X X X X X X X X •XXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXS MONEY TO LOAN F. J. GOODWIN ARKANSAS TRUST CO. LOANS MONEY On City and Suburban REAL ESTATE commission *»'■« rate of Interest regulat ed by the quality of security offered. PHONE 284. LEGAL NOTICES. WARNING ORDER. In the Garland Chancery Court. Charles Wesley Coe and Belle Coe. plaintiffs, against Sarah E. Coe, Judson Coe. Della Coe, Alice P. Rinehart and Jennie E. Sutton, defendants. The defendants. Sarah E. Coe, Judeon C. Coe, Della Coe. Alice Rinehart and Jennie E. Sutton, are warned to appear In this court within thirty days and answer the complaint of the plaintiffs. Given under my hand and seal of said court on this, 22nd day of November, 1912. A. G. SULLENBERGER, Clerk. Robert H Mooney, Esq.. Attorney ad litem. NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION. Department of the Interior. U. 8. Land Office, at Camden, Ark., Nov. 12, 1912. Notice is hereby given that James W Knot's, of Maddox, Ark., who, on Deo. 7, 1906, made Homestead Entry (Serial No. 02480) No. 29267, for NW 1-4 SW 1-4. Section 7, Township S south. Range 21 West, 5th Principal Meridian, has filed notice of Intention to make final five year proof, to establish claim to the land above described, before the United States Commissioner at Hot 8prlngs, Ark., on the 23rd day of December, 1912. Claimant names as witnesses: Thomas Land, of Maddox. Ark.; Cal Roach, of Maddox. Ark.; Wallace Berry, of Maddox, Ark.; Sim Smith, of Maddox, Ark. H. O. Frledhelm, Register. Sentinel-Record. Hot Springs. NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION. Department of the Interior, U. 3 Land Office at Camden, Arkansas, Dec. 7, 1912. Notice is hereby given that Pleas ant A. Smith, of Cedarglades, Arkan sas. yvho, on Nov. 27, 1905 made home stead entry (Serial No. 02470). No 29253, for N 1-2 NE 1-4 Sec. 36. SE 1-4 SE 1-4 Sec. 25, T. 1 8., R. 21 W. and SW 1-4 SW 1-4, Section 30. Township 1 S.. Range 20 W., otta Principal Me ridian has filed notice of intention to make final five year proof, to estab lish claim to the land above describ ed. before the Register and Receiver of the United States land Office, at Camden. Arkansas, on the Itith day of January. 1913. Claimant names as witnesses: Cotton Golden, of Cedarglades, Ark ansas. David Golden, of Cedarglades, Ark ansas. Robert Chew, of Cedarglades, Ark ansas. Jesse Mews, of Cedarglades, Ark ansas. H. G. FRIEDHEIM. Register. TAX COLLECTOR’S NOTICE. Notice is hereby given that I will be at the following places on the date named, for the purpose of collecting taxes on real and personal property and the per capita tax for the vear 1912: Baxter Township—Mt. Tabor, Monday. Jan. 6. 1913. , „ „ t , Mountain Township — Grave* Fchool House. Tuesday. Jan. 7. Marble Township — Thomny Youngs residence, Wednesday, Jan. 8. Mt. Valley Township—Masonic Hall, Thursday, Jan. 9. Union Township—South Fork School House, I* rlday, Jan. 10. Haie Township—Hawes, postoffice, Sat* unlay. Jan. 11 Lincoln Township—Helms Mill, Mondav, Jan. 13. Lee Township--Reynolds School House, Tuesday, Jan. 14. Farmer Township—Big Mmarn School House, Wednesday, Jan. 10. laaarn Township—Pearcy postofflce, Thursday, Jan. 16. Mill Township—Center Star Church, FTIday. Jan. 17. Antioch Township — Fourche Luke Church, Saturday. Jan. 1R Ouachita Township — Cunningham's store, Monday, Jan. JO. , Bain Township -Crystal Hill School House. Tuesday, Jan. 31. Phillips Township—Lonadale, Wednes day, Jan. 23. Sulphur Township—Lawrence, Thurs day. Jan. 23. Hot Springs Township and City of Hot Springs-Court House. Jan 27. until April 10. 1913. Will be at each precinct designated, outside of City of Hot Springs from 10 o'clock a. m. until 2 o’clock p. m (liven under my hand as Collector of Garland County, this 25th day of Novem ber. 1912. E. T. HOVSLET, Tax Collector, Garland County, Arkansas. NOTICE OF SHERIFF’S SALE. State of Arkansas. County of Garland. Notice is hereby given that I will sell at public auction to the highest bidder on a credit of three months upon the purchaser giving bond and good security to the plaintiff in exe cution for the payment of the sn'e money, bearing interest from date at the rate of ten per cent per annum, before the main door of the Court House in the City of Hot Springs, Gar land County, State of Arkansas, on the 31st day of December, 1912, be tween the hours of 9 o'clock in the forenoon and 3 o’clock in the after noon, the following described proper ty, tow it: I-ot one (1), Block seven ty (70). of the Hot Springs Reserva tion as surveyed, mapped and platted by the Unlled States Hot Springs commissioners. Levied upon by m? as the property of Preston Jordan by virtue of and to satisfy an executibn in my hands against him which issued out of the Court of Common Pleas of Garland County in favor of M. J. Murphy against the said Preston Jordan. This 9th day of December, 1912. U. L. WILLIAMS. Sheriff of Garland County. W. R. DOANEN, Deputy Sheriff. ROAD NOTICE. Notice is hereby given tnat on the 31st day of December, 1912, or as soon thereafter as the same can be heard, the undersigned will present to County Court a petition asking that a new county road be created in Garland county, to run as follows, to-wit: Commencing at Mountain Valley postoffice and running east on Moun tain Valley route to section 21. thence east through sections 21 and 22, to be put as near half section lines as possible, running east and west to a county road known as the Mill Creek and Mountain Valley road, thence uorth about half a mile to mail route, thence east on mail route to George Snodgrass’, intersecting the Hot Springs and Danville road. Any and all citizens who may have any objections or protest to offer against the granting of said petition may appear before the county courl on said day. D. F. RADFORD, ET AL. (Advt.-4w) NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION^ Department of the Interior, U. S. Land Office at Camden, Arkansas, Dec. 7, 1912. Notice is hereby given that iciia Gilbert, one of the heirs of John U. McCarthy, deceased, of Kenosha, Wls eonsin, who on July 23, 1906, made homestead entry (Serial No. 02803), No. 29903. for NE M SW %, SE NE and N Vt SE *4, Section 7. Township i S., Range 20 W„ 6th Prin cipal deridlun, has filed notice of in tenti' *o make final five year proof, to estabish claim to the land above described, before the Register and Receiver of the United States Land Ofiflce. at Camden, Arkansas, on the 16th day of January, 1913. Claimant names as witnesses: William M. Dozier, of OedfiVgiades Arkansas. Peter G. Muse, of Cedarglades, Ark ansas Archie N. Echols, of Cedarglades, Arkansas Joe Muse, of Cedarglades, Arkan sas. H. G. FRIBDHEIM, Register. CHICHESTER S PILLS THE UlAHUHi BRAND. a Miuifi aik junruru|(in lof | ('hl.«fb«.lcr,i iMumotid(fraud, 2k R*4 CJold metallic ‘l*ith Blue P.ibbon, ■p_m J 1 nWe no ot ft«r. Ifnjr ©f your V ff A^fori llM in h.TEB*B f nlVMOND DllAM) IMLUforiw I years known as Best,Safest. Always Reliable S0I.0 BY DRUGGISTS FVERYWHCRF SERVED OVER THE BAR. THE BE8T GOODS IN THE MARKET Imported Olive Oil end Genuine ltaiiar Spaghetti. Monte Cristo Cafe VINCENT GAGE. Prop. MB Malvern Avenue. Phone U 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 Departments in charge of competent white operator*. A TIP TO THE WISE I OLD HATS MADE NEW OLD HATS MADE NEW THE HATTERIE 245 Central Am. Phone 699 MnmmMMMMMHIIj Arkansas National Bank OF HOT SPRINGS, ARK. Capital, 1100,000.00 Surplus and Profits, .. .$270,030.00 CHAS. N. RIX, Prealdent E. F. KLEIN, Vico President O. LASER, Vice President CHAS. W. O'BRYAN, Cashier S. P. COLLINGS, Director. HENRY FELLHEIMER, Director Strongest Roll of Honor Bank In Arkansas. • Does a full banking business. Cashes drafts end checks for vis itors. Draw our own drafts on all parts of Europe. We sell Traveler’s Money O-ders, with Indentlflcatlon payable In all foreign countries In the money of the country you may be In upon presentation. Reduced Prices Wire Drawn Made in Holland ALL SIZES OPP. KRESS STORE PHONE 221. 4 Tungsten j Lamps SCHMELZEL MAJESTIC PHARMACY BKA8LEY DRUG CO.. Proprietor*. In Mejestle Hotel. BATHING OUTFITS DRIJGGIST8' OUTFIT# Proscription* Delivered to Your Door. Arlington Drug Store Eisele and Hunt Props. 115 Central Avo. Opposite Arlington Hotel C. N. ANDERSON General Blacksmithing Buggy and Carriage Work a Specialty, Automobile Forging* or Anything In the Blacksmith Line. 212 Hawthorne Street. PHONE 1700 \ CLEANING DYEIN REPAI LADIES' GARMENTS are given special attention. Our pro cess of dry cleaning will make your gown look fresh, clean and bright. You tfill be satisfied as well as sav ing a lot of money. Better go through flhat attic trunk. You will no doubt find. , ARTICLES OF FINERY that have been rorgotten. If they are soiled or not the proper color, we can CLEAN AND DYE them at a fraction of the cost of a new article. THE EMPORIUM * SAM WEXLER, Proprietor CLEANING, DYEING, PRESSING AND REPAIRING PHONE 1147. SEE FOR YOURSELF THE BUCKSTAFF BATHS G3 WHITE HELP EXCLUSIVELY THE MOST COMPLETE AND LUXURIOUS BATHING ESTABLISH MENT IN AMERICA. Solid Porcelain fixtures, Massage, Hairdressing, Manicuring nod Chi roipody departments, Smoking and Writing Rooms, individual writing tables for ladieB. Manble walls, tile floors. AUTOMATIC VENTILATION—Air changed every fifteen minute*. 21 Baths including Attendant $13.00 G. E. HOGABOOM, Manager. Hale Bath House BEST MEDIUM PRICED BATH HOUSE IN CITY Clean and Sanitary. Marble Bathing Hall. Private Dressing Rooms. BEST SERVICE BY EXPERIENCED ATTENDANTS R. JOYCE, ROOTS & EASTMAN, Manager. Proprietors. “All the Name Implies" Palace Bath House John F. Manier, Manager. BO Private Dressing Rooms. Marble Vapor and Shower Bath 20 Private Rooms With Coueh. Rooms. 8 Large Cooling Rooms. Turkish Hot Room. Big Gymnasium. Electro Massage. Including Attendant 21 Baths $10 ROOM AND BATHE AT THE Hem Hot Springs Hath House O. M. SMITH, Manager. OPPOSITE ARLINGTON HOTEL ON FOUNTAIN 8TREET. Horse Shoe Bath House ON HOT SPRINGS RESERVATION 21 BATHS 99.00 Including Attendant Feea. ONE OP THE BEST MEDIUM PRICED HOUSES IN THI uiTV ED S. WEAVER, Manager. Gymnasium, Reading and Private Dressing Rooms. Lamar Bath House The largest and best ventilated hovse In the city. Electric and all kind of Baths, Massage and Swedish Movements. BATH HOUSE ROW—NEXT TO OFFICE OF SUPT. RESERVATION IMPERIAL PORCELAIN TUBS, ELECTRIC MASSAGE. ON GOV ERNMENT RESERVATION, PRIVATE DRESSING ROOMS. Magnesia Bath House 21 Baths $lo,oo (Including Attendant Fees) OWEN CORRINGTON, Manager. Steam Heat, Gymnasium, Needle and Shower Baths. THREE-BAY BRINK REMEDY DRINKING MEN M«SS OPPORTUNITIES EVERY DAY GET niD OF THE IIA HIT. THE DRUG HABIT RELIEVED IN SEVEfi DATS No Gradual Reduction. No Pain. No Hypodermtca, lly Pace1, Method. Only Sanitarium In ArWannas Giving- Unconditional Guar antee. Not ons, dollar need be paid until satisfaction ba* been effected. Medically Indorsed. EMPLOYED IN HOT SPRINGS ONLY AT DR. PACE’S SANITARIUM Phone ldCe-Hlth 403 Spring St.. HOT SPRINGS, AHK. C. W. PACE. M. D.. Medleal Directs*. OFFICE. <12li>/. CENTRAL AVK. 1 CIGARETTE AND TOBACCO HABIT PERMANENTLY pci icuED. GOLDEN’S PHONE 237 market!