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Born, to Mr. and Mrs. Steve Spar go, an eight pound boy. Edward E. Miller of East St. Louis, 111., joined his wife at the Arlington yesterday. Judge Z. W. l,akeman has gone to Little Rock on a visit to his daugh ter, Mrs. A B Mill. J. B. Stevenson, history teacher in tde schools, has gone to Lonoke, on a brief visit to relatives. Mr. and Mrs. F. A. Baker of Tulsa. Okla., were included in yesterday’s ust of arrivals at the Arlington. B. H. Zuber of San Antonio, Tex., who was a guest at the Arlington last summer, returned yesterday. J. B. Hildebrand of Little Rock, reached the Arlington yesterday to spend the week-end with this wife. Rev. French W. Thompson has gune to New Orleans, where he has accepted one of the leading pastor ates of that city. Mrs. Charles Williams has rerurn ed to Little Rock after visiting at the home of Judge and Mrs. C. Floyd Huff for several days. Mrs. E. R. Brinkley Snowden and t.Mrs. Carutherg Ewing of Memphis, leached the Arlington yesterday. They intend remaining for several weeks. The Philathea class of Central M. JE. c.nireh invites all visiting young ladies to attend Sunday school. Splendid feather and a hospitable class to give them a welcome. Mrs. James L. Graham and daugh ter, Miss Esther, leaves today on the Rock Island, for Statesville, N. C.. for an extended visit to relatives and f;fends, after which Miss Esther will go to Boston, to enter the Boston Conservatory of Music. Mrs. Philo N. French of Pittsburg, Pa., reached the Arlington yesterday. She was warmly welcomed by her wide circle of friends, who are hop ing that she will soon be joined b; her husband. The Frenches spent past several winters In Hot Springs. Messrs. B. T. Webb and A. J. Brooks of Kansas City, received a cordial welcome at the Park on their arrival yesterday. These gentlemen are old stand-bys of the Park and always spend from six to eight weeks. For Sale The following real estate by tbe undersigned who wishes to reduce his holdings: 3 beautiful lots on Prospect Avenue, situated near Dr. Dake's beautiful home. These lots are 56 feet front age each by 250 feet deep. Nothing finer foi first-cless residences. 5 lots in Cook’s addition on Locust Street. 213 feet deep, between Qua paw and Prospect Ave., will be cut up to suit purchasers. Nice loca tion for first-class homes. 56 feet on Ouacihita Ave., on which is a ten-room building in fine condi tion. Opposite the new Christian chkirch and St. John's Catholic church. Lot 7, block 02. 106 feet frontage by 250 feet deep situated on Ouachita avenue. Undivided half interest in 100 feet on Ouachita Ave., nearly fronting court house. Every one knows the importance of Ouachita Ave., as the future best business street. Con necting as it does NorUi and South Hot Springs with its great country trade. A nice lot corner Garden and Pleas ant street 14* feet on "Pleasant street, it’s proximity to Park hotel and bath house (1 square), makes it a tine site for flats, small hotel or boarding house or fine residence. 7 subdivided lots in block 37, close to Grand Ave. Lot 3, block 37, the government plat shows Fountain St., will enter this lot. About 28 lots in Arlington Mace, sit uated near the Rocketellow and Greenway residences. Sites tor cool beautiful homes. About 40 acres just north of Whit tington A»e.. a succession of na tural terraces adapted for fine bun galows for the rich winter visitors and cool summer homes for resi dents. 26 lots in Dell-Glen Mace, between Dell and Glen streets, a really beautiful building site and low prieed. Gum Springs property with its fine mineral water springs and beauti ful grove of large trees, 293 feet frontage. The water of this sprint is known by old residents and doc tors aa the finest in the city. This property could be made into a great sanitarium wltta its health giving waters. Doctors what do you think of It? It possesses great advan tage* for a tool summer hotel. 6 very nice lots In Westbrook Addi tion 4 of these on Bower St., on which are water and sewerage facil ities. Two on Archer St., with frontage on two streets. 13 lots on Ramble St., Dell, Glen, Oriole and Bloom streets converge in front of these lots. The environ ment U well built up. 2 whet stone quarries. N'o. 5 and 7, block 159. Outside lands very close to city, 40 acre* and 22 acres. The land in front and very near the above, has been laid out with lots, additions to 6fce city. 18 acres on Malvern road, next to the Golf grounds. This property was originally bought on account of the richnes* of the soil. Bargains and liberal terms of sale apply to JOHN H. LEWIS 625 Central Avenue. GOOD ROADS CLUB WAS ORGANIZED INITIAL MOVEMENT FOR BUSI- j NESS-LIKE METHODS OF PRO MOTING BETTER ROADS. I. Lowenhaupt, former St. Louisian, But Now Citizen Here, an Enthu siast on the Subject of Good Highways, "The Good Roads Club’' became a permanent local organization last night as a climax to a dinner party given by I. Lowenhaupt. formerly ot St. 1-ouis, but now a resident of Hot ; Springs. The dinner was given at the Arlington hotel, and for the dual object of discussing highway propo sitions, and introducing Mr. Lowen haupt as a citizen of Hot Springs. There were prest.it, besides the host, Harry M. Westcott, Dr. G. A. Hebart. Dr. Howard Codings, Harry A. Jones, Simon Cooper, Mayor W. W. Waters, Hon. V/. H. Martin, Coun ty Jddge Robert Mooney, Deputy PrcFecutor George P. Whittington, Dr. L. R. Ellis, Dr. A. U. Williams. Doug las Hotuhklss, Ed H. Johnson. John H. Higgs, Walter Ebel, Dr. G. W. McClendon, Attorney Wooten, M. A. cdsele. Carnett Kisele, Gus Strauss, l ave Burgatirer. Hon. W. H. Martin served in his most pleasing manner as toastmaster of the occasion, and at the end of the delightful repast, introduced the various speakers, after announcing the objects as good roads in that there were \ esent representatives o' both of the governments interested in the subject. • Judge S. W. i.eslie, George P. Whit- 1 ttngtou, Harry M. Westcott, Simon Cooper, M. A. Eisele, Dr. A. U. Wil liams and County Judge Mooney, all responded on the subject of good loads discussed views and plans, ar.d ideas were interchanged which j no doubt will result in the accomplish- | ment of much in t'®» line. Mr. I owenhaupt, the host, respond ed and stated that God had directed him to this city, broken in health and spirit, and that through the healing waters and the splendid climate he had been made over again. He ap n’-eriated the great opportunities here and wanted to be useful to the upbuilding and development of the resort. He suggested the formation of a Good Roads Club, under a char ter, with the authority to make col lections. solicit subscriptions, and ad vocate means for public thoroughfares in tfliis county until the visitors and citizens alike found much pleasure and benefit in them. He believed in a tax on the visitors, direct or indi rect, that would help in the cause. The organization consisted of Harry M. Westcott, president; I. Lowen haupt, secretary; cxl H. Johnson,> treasurer. A committee consisting or W. H. Martin, Simon Cooper, Judge Deslie, George P. Whittington and, vounty Judge Mooney was named on constitution and by-laws, to report at a meeting to be held later at Essex Park. A vote of thanks was extended Mr. Iajwenhaupt for hift hospitality and lihe meeting adjourned with assuran ces from many that a splendid worti had been fathered, and that great good in this line would be accom plished as a result of the co-opera tion brought about at the dinner party. FORMER ACROBAT DEAD. Johnnie Nelson, Once Famous Show Man, Died Saturday Morning. John Nelson, a former well-known acrobat and showman, died at his home, corner Ramble and Ravine Etrcpts, parly Saturday morning, alte- an illness of several days of in flammatory rheumatism and compli cations. Johnnie Nelson, was at one time a member of a famous team of acro bats, and had spent the early part of his life with circuses, hippodromes and tent shows, giving some of the most startling exhibitions then known to the world. His wife, who has been his constant companion, throughout his circus life and bis later life and illness, was likewise a well-known trapeze performer. During late years “CASCARETS” MAKE YOU FEEL GREAT A 1C-CENT BOX WILL KEEP YOUR LIVER, STOMACH AND BOWELS CLEAN, PURE AND FRESH FOR MONTHS. iHick headache, biliousness, dizzi ness, coated tongue, foul taste and toul breath-always trace them to torpid liver, delayed fermenting food in the bowels or sour, gassy stom ach. Poisonous matter clogged in the in testines, instead of being cast out ot me system is re-absorbed into the blood. When this poison reaches the delicate brain tissue it causes con gestion and that dull, throboing, sick ening headache. Salts, cathartic pills, oil and purga vo waters force a passageway for a day or two—yes—but they don't take the poisons out and have no effect T' n the liver or stomach. Cascaretg immediately cleanse and regulate the stomach, remove the sour, undigested and fermenting food arid foul gases, take the excess bile troni the liver and carry out of the system all the constipated waste matter and poisons in the bowels. A Cascaret tonight will surely straighten you out by morning. They work while you sleep—a 10-eent l»ox lrout your druggist means your head clear, stomach sweet and your liver and bowels dean and regular tor months. GAS HEATERS 30 PER CENT DISCOUNT Gas Triple Effect The only original Estate Triple-effect fias Heater. Let us explain its three ef fective Methoids of heatng. All sizes; 30 per cent, discount, and the terms— $1.00 A WEEK. CLEARANCE SALE 30 Per Cent Discount This Week On All Gas, Coal and Wood Heaters Only the Best, too---Bucks and the Estate Lines If not before—you can now afford a Gas Heater, and with the advantage ot Reduced Prices. And think—two more months of Coldest Weather. ... Why this cut, when the season is just begun? Our Spring Purmtuie is xginmng to arrive. Our sample floors are crowded. We do not want to carry over am Heater* until next Fall. Then our policy is TO SELL AT REDl CED I’RH KS W HILL l SL CAN BE HAD OF THE GOODS OFFERED, NOT AFTER mutual benefit. 0ld Prlce' Sale Price $3.50 now . . \ifa now.v: w:5 *7-60 now . ' $0.50 now .’' ' " $11.50 now .' . $13.50 now . . ' $17.50 now t. $12 25 23U0 now .$15.05 224 00 now . $16.80 230 00 now . $21.00 | 235 00 now ... Gas RHODES $1.00 A WEEK TERMS Gas APPLY ON ANY HEATER PURCHASED IN THIS SALE. Wood Our Knoxall $7.60 sl7.c now . $5.25 other slice, sane reduction. The best ciulek heating ad at the samp time ef fective Heater made. All wiles; 30 per cent, discount. TERMS $1.00 A WEEK. Coal Estate Active The most effective medium priced Gas Heater. All sUes; :u per cent, discount. TERMS $1.00 A WEEK. Folding Bed, $2.75 Genuine Brass Bed $11.50 This full size genuine Brass Bed—finely polished and rubbed—2 Ineh posts and 5 5-8 inch fillers—well made— exactly like cut. $1.00 CASH AND $1.00 A WEEK. Lounge-Wardrobes $5.45 Klx different T-ounges—slightly shopworn in leatherette and velvour upholstering—regu lar values were $15.00 to $1J.50. $1.00 CASH AND $1-00 A WEEK. Three of these Solid Onk Folding Beds •—slightly used—your choice Monday, $2.75. $1.00 CASH AND $1.00 A WEEK. Bucks Airtight Cast Iron bottom, top and frame—heavy sheet steel sides—-sliding top and hinged front doors—the best wood heater on the market. All sizes; 30 per cent, discount. TERMS $1.00 A WEEK. 805-807 CENTRAL AVE. PHONE NO. 024 Bucks Villa The name Implies the quality. Ail sizes, 30 per cent, discount. TERMS $1.00 A WEEK. l.otih have been in very poor health, and have made their living by con ducting a candy and refreshment stand for the pupils of the Ramble street school. In former years .Vir. and Mrs. Nel son and Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Robinson also of this city, composed a quar tette of acrobats that at one time elec trified the country with their astound ing feats in mid air. Nelson’s deatih will be mourned by many who knew him in the heyday of his youth, by triends in this city, and especially by the pupils of the Ramble school, with whom he has long been a familiar figure. The funeral will be iheid Monday morning at S o’clock from the I-ed widge undertaking parlors, and in terment will he in the Catholic ceme tery. A , DAVIDSON uUILTY. Slayer of Girl Near Harrison, is Con victed by the Jury. Harrison. Ark., Jan. 25.—Odus Davidson, 29 years old, charged with the killing e> Miss Klta Barham, IS, was found guilty tonight of murder in the district court here. Sentence was deferred. Miss Barham’s dismembered body was found Novemoer 21. Bosses were organized and hundreds of men, including Davidson, searched for her slayer. Suspicion finally centered on Davidson who, the testimony indi cated, was a discarded suiter of the girl. He was arrested, was threaten ed with mob violence and was final ly removed here for safe-keeping. His indictment, trial and conviction fol lowed. DENIED REQUISITION. Cheyenne, Wyo., Jan. 25.—Gov Carey, today denied the requisition of Gov. Glasscock, of West Virginia tor F H, Manaon, representative in the Wyoming legislature, who was accused of being G. F. Roberts, wanted in West Virginia in connec tion with alleged misappropriation of school funds. THREE FOUND GUILTY. Antonio, Tex., Jan. 25.—J. R. Dickinson, C. H. Beauchamp, Wm. A. Bomar, charged with using -the mails to defraud in the gale of ‘‘wire less" atocjj. in the Texas-Collins wire less telegraph and telephone com pany were found guilty this after noon in the federal court. Dickinson and Beauchamp were sentenced to two years in the federal penitentiary and Bomar to 18 months. ANNOUCEMENTS. FOR MAYOR. The Sentinel-Record is authorized to announce W. W. Waters as a can didate for mayor of Hot Springs, for a second term, his candidacy being subject to the action of the demo cratic primary on February 19. The Sentinel-Reconi is authorized to announce John A. Riggs as a can didate for mayor of Hot Springs, sub ject to the action of the Democratic primary election. The Sentinel-Record is authorized to announce Hump Williams as a candidate for mayor of Hot Springs, for a second term, his candidacy be ing subject to tae action of the demo leratic primary on February 19. FOR POLICE JUDGE. The Sentinel - Record Is authorized to announce Tom (Hudson as a can didate for police judge of the city of Hot Springs, subject to the action of the democratic city primary election The Sentinel-Record Is authorized to announce Vernal S. Uedgerwood as a candidate for police judge of the city of Hot Springs, subject to the action of the democratic primary. The Sentinel-Rei ord is authorized to announce Jack Archer, as a candi date for police judge for the city of Hot Springs, subject to the action of the democratic primary. The Sentinel-Record is authorized to announce B. E, DeVail as a can didate for police judge for the city of Hot Springs, subject to the action of the democratic primary. FOR CITY TREASURER. The Sentinel-Record Is authorized to announce W. H. Watson as a candi date for the office of city treasurer, subject to the action of the demo cratic primary. The Sentinel-Record is authorized to announce Charles Disheroon, as a as Heater Sal: Prices Slaughtered Ten Days Only Commencing Monday, January 27 NEVER BEFORE HAS THERE BEEN OFFERED SUCH BARGAINS. WE HAVE THE MOST COMPLETE STOCK OF STANDARD MADE CAS HEATERS EVER CARRIED. HUNDREDS OF HEATERS HAVE BEEN INSTALLED IN THE CITY AND CAN SUPPLY YOU WITH A LIST FOR YOUR REFERENCE. All Fuel Heaters Connected Free Hot Springs Natural Gas Appliance Co. 849 CENTRAL AVENUE CORNER MARKET STREET PHONE C9M PHONE 6y'> candidate for treasurer of the city of Hot Springs, subject to the action of the city primary. The Sentinel-Record is authorized announce J. V. Crockett as a candidate for City Treasurer, subject to the ac tion of the democratic city primary election. The Sentinel-Record Is authorized to announce Oil H. Wootten aa a can didate for city treasurer,*subject 'o the action of the democratic city primary. The Sentinel Record is authorized to announce .las. S. Reamey, as a candidate for the office of City Treas urer subject to the action of the Democratic primary. FOR ALDERMAN. The Senttnei-Hecora is authorized to announce C. J. Horner, as a can didate for alderman from the first ward, subject to the action of the democratic primary. The Sentinel Record Is authorized toannounce A1 Williams as a candl date for alderman from the second ward, subject to the action of the democratic primary. The Sentinel-Record is authorized to announce Sain Williamson, as a randldate for alderman- from the sec ond ward, his candidacy subject to the action of the democratic primary The Sentinel-Record is authorized to announce Tom .1. Pettit as a can didate for alderman from the Third ward, subject to the action of th® democratic primary election. The Sentinel-Record is authorized to announce George P. Shepherd *1S a candidate for alderman from the Fourth Ward subject to the action of the democratic primary election. The Sentinel-Record Is authorized to ahnounce Dave Burgaurer as * candidate for alderman from the ward, subject to the action of l“0 democratic primary. The Sentinel-Record Is authorized to announce Wayne H. Moore as a Republican candidate for alderma from the second ward, his Candida1 J being subject to the votes of the I" 1 pie in the city general election.