French Market Coffee Is Different
■tfi—riinni.miiif. iif wi ijafcErnaii. .^wreirwi«n* %smtamumm kiki
From All Other Coffees
Only amottg the Parisians, the
Tuiks, tin- Arabs and thi- Moors
vail you find toffee (ike the famous
Frohch Market Coffee. No orrti
lmrv American brown roast in the
least t«#»emblea it. For over n him
ilrnJ years tbit* wonderful coffee
has tit on served in the old Fivneh
Warhet at Newt < )rlea:;s.
The Story of the Old French Market and Its Wonderful Coffee
U>vr you ell may get It—in h*r
ruit&cuUy sealed packages—at four
grocer**. Identically the same
delicious coffee that was served
every day in the old French
Roasted by our unique Hygienic
i tie <Td French MatN, In New Orleans. hm been there for over 100 years. It lx a
t, 1 .fi» . Ir.w btiildliUL open nicies titleti with stall* wh>*re foodstuff* Hie sold. Before
>p.-»n s.-i-i Lmii 4ami to Fi.nce. coffee, a-; a leverage, was unknown in many parte
of America Itvofi thi n, French coffee, with all its exquisite pet fectioti, was served
-iy in tUiti uiiii • t, But its rare flavor could noi then toe retained In shipment.
Now the flavor of this tamous roast
and bleud Is retained. The old secret
process of roasting is reproduced e&Hotly
Lv lit® French Market Mills, The flavor
i* retained In shipment by hernietlcaJIy
senlcd cans. There is no loss in fra if ranee
or flavor by shipment through cool cli
mates in these wonderful cans. The
finest growths of coffees whic h come to
America are unloaded on the docks or the
Frenc h Market Mills, Because of the-©
things, French Market (Toffee is now the
National Drink of the South.
FRENCH MARKET MILLS
iNew Orleans Coffee Co., Ltd., Props,!
NEW ORLEANS a
MIDDir WEST AMUSFMFNT CO Nc
t. s piks lf ssrrs
TUESDAY, MARCH 25.
infect from six montlis in New York
:mU two montliH In Chicago.
WERBA AND LUESCHER
Mr, Louis Mann
in the greatest triumph of his nota
“Elevating a Husband’
PRICES 50c to $2.00.
THURSDAY, MARCH 27.
JOS. M. GAITES presents
> The Brilliant Operatic Star
In tier (greatest Isureess, the new
The Love Wager
Book by Edith Ellis, lyrics by Cary
I'mucan and iniisic by Cftas. J. iHan
Augmented orchestra. Company of
PRICES 50c to $2.00.
HOT SPRINGS FIRE
PICTURES ARE HERE
THRILLING FIRE SPECTACLE
WILL BE SHOWN AT ROYAL
Tihe pictures of the recent Hot
Spring fire, filmed by Manager J. C.
BlBschke, of the Royal theater, with
his splendid new motion picture ca?n
ern. have been developed and return
ed, and tiuve been shown In private.
About twenty persons were invited
to see the first showing of this film
I and every one pronounced it ttlie fin
est. piece of motion picture worn ever
j seen in the city.
•Every detail of the Ms fire from
first to last is shown. Mr. Biaschke
was on the ground with the first
alarm and the first flHali of the pic
ture shows tlhe smoke just beginning
to issiM1 front the doomed store of
Matter Bros. The picture shows the
rire from every possible angle. The
fulling of a portion of the wall whiea
broke the fire plug and released a
si* inch stream of water is Mainly
dimwit. as well as the efforts of fire
men and otizens to curb this flow
or turn It Into the blazing building.
The film shows the wounded being
plfcoed in ambulances, shows the
lulling of the walls and the col
umns of smoke and sparks following
their oollapse. It also shows the
immense throng of people which wit
nessed the conflagration, and in fact
every detal. You see the fire de
partment rushing to the scene, the
Army and Navy hospital fire figfliters
laving their hose, the big auto truck
in action, pumping a stream of water
into the burning buildings, and every
jiossihle feature of this terrble event.
The picture is being shown today
and will ats0 he shown tomorrow, at
FOR 8ALE AT
Lemly’s Drug Store
364 CENTRAL AVENUE.
HOT SPRINGS SIGN CO.
Signs of All Kinds
Bulletin Signs a Specialty
WM. C. SPRINGER, Designer
Office 718 Central Ave. Telephone No. 6.
5 STORY BUILDING
RECENT EIRE WILL BRING AN
OTHER MODERN OFFICE BUILD
ING TO HOT SPRINGS.
E. G. Thompson of Little Rock, Goes
Over Plans With Architect Mann,
► and Work Will Be Started
That a new modern five-story
building will talus the place of the
Thompson Block almost, wholly de
stroyed in the recent big fire on Cen
tral avenue was the. announcement
yesterdiyt from friends close to R. 0.
Thompson, of 1,'ttle IRock, owner n,
The new aUtldiwg Is to tie modern
store rooms lor the first floor, and
i he four stories above will be equip*
pod a.' a modern office building, par
ticularly designed tor offices for phy
sicians a«d surgeons.
The property being located directly
across from about the center of Hath
House Row makes it. among the most
valuable business and professional
office sites in the city.
Architect Mann nas looked over
the property, and it is said has de
cided that the splendid front wall of
the old building which was not dam
aged in the fire, could support til
new proposed structure, but the area,
itect in his report recommended its
being torn away and the whole ot
the new structure being built.
-The building will begin in a very
short time, the property being too
.Important to permit to lie idle. The
building when completed will he the
second modern office building struc
tures recently erected, the other be
lug the Citizen’s National Bank build
Ing al Central, Valley and Bridge
DAMON AND PYTHIAS.
Damon and Pythias will be repeat
ed at Uhe Auditorium theuter Friday
March 21, by special request. The
play was given last month by the
Colored Dramatic Company, one of
the strongest colored dramatic com
panies in the South, at which time
it was »o well received that they
were asked to repeat it. Tlhe com
pany has been costumed by a cos
tuming company of St. Louis, and
special scenery for the proper pre
sentation of the play has been secur
ed. The play Friday night will be
c-Ven better than before because each
'member of the <«mpany will make
even a stronger effort to please
their audience, and as It was so suo
eessfuUy given before tJiat success
will be repeated also in every respect
This will be a great opportunity for
those who have never seen a colored
company in a classic play. Tickets
on sale at Kempner’s shoe store 75
and 50 eents.
NEW YORK COTTON.
New York, March 19. -Trading in
the cotton market today appeared to
he chiefly in the way of evening up
accounts for over the census ginning
report tomorrow and the Faster holi
days. An early advance was followed
by reactions, but the market was
quiet ar the close with prices 2 to 4
points net higher.
The market opened steady at a de
cline of 3 points on March, but later
months were a point higher and the
general list Armed up right after the
call. Predictions for a renewal of
general rains in the south and reports
of a steady spot situation probably
Inspired scattered covering while
there was also some foreign buying
and a little further support from trade
Kastern belt advices report that re
cent rains have delayed crop work to
some extent, hut that the ground had
received good preliminary cultiva
tion and that there is an inclination to
increase acreage should the planting
season be favorable. All three of the
big contract markets will be closed
on Friday and Saturday, while Liver
pool will also be closed Monday.
Notice Is hereby given, that In pur
suance of the authority and directions
contained in a decretal order of the
Chancery court, of Garland County, made
and entered of record on the 24th day
of February, is 13, in a certain cause (No.
62t!2) then pending therein between Da
kota National Bank of Dickinson, North
Dakota, complainant, and Robert J.
Craig and Thomas Jones, Defendants,
the undersigned, ns Commissioner of
said court, will offer for sale at puhlie
vendue to the highest bidder, at the
front door or entrance of the county
court house in which said court is heid,
in the county of Garland, within the
hours prescribed by law for Judicial
sales, on Friday, the 2*th day of March
nn, the following described real estate,
A part of the south half of the north
east quarter and more particularly de
scribed as follows: Commencing at the
corner of the northeast quarter of A. J.
Reeves' Hand. running thence north
three hundred and thirty feet; thence
west thirteen hundred and twenty feet;
thence south three hundred and thirty
feet; thence east thirteen hundred and
twenty feet ,to the place of beginning,
containing ten acres, Wins tha South
Half of the Routh Half of the Southeast
quarter of the Northeast quarter; and
uIso the North Half of the Southeast
quarter, all In section five (5), township
three (3) South, Range Twenty (20)
west, situated In Garland County, Arkan
Terms of Sale: On a credit of three
months, the purchaser being required to
esecute a bond as required by law and
lire order and decree of this court in
said cause, with approved security bear
ing Interest at the rate of ten per cent
per annum from date of sale until paid
and n lien will fce retained on the prem
ises .old to secure the payment of the
Given under my hand and aeal of said
court, this 7th day of March, 1913.
A O SUDI.ENUERGER.
Chamberlain’s Cough Remedy has
won its great reputation aud exten
sive gale by Us remarkably cures of
coughs, colds and croup. It can h«
depended upon Try It Sold by nil
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the novel ideas in the Companion's big depart
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Parties at Home
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Stories to read aloud at home
A sweet, sympathetic tale by Alice Brown; *
splendid love story by Bertha Runkle, the author
ol “The Helmet of Navarre"; a new Jimime
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What to wear at home
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THE CITY FELLOW—Maestic.
WON AT THE ROADS—Thanhouser.
COSSACKS IN RURAL COUNTRY—
THE SUITOR AND THE MONKEY
The House of Big Features
BEAUTIFUL McCLENDON PARK.
Located at Lawrence, reopened un
der new management. Our specialty,
country meals and private dlnuer pa
tles. Terms reasonable, no meals
served after 8:30 p. m , no drinks.
Mrs. T. J. Ferguson, Prop Phorte
952. 3-1 a lino
Special vaudeville feature seen
here for the fi;-st time.
THE HAWAIIAN DUO
Playing Native Instruments
and singing Hawaiian Melodies
A real musical n«v«i*y.
THE PATHE WEEKLY.
Four foreign countries and sev
on scenes in the United States
“HUBBY BUYS A BABY.”
Featuring John Bunny In the
funniest comedy ever staged,
A Merry Story from the l.ubln
the old RELIABLE” •
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c ^ CAPSULES
AT m)ltAAifiT«nDTDiii ...
HWARE Of imitation*
That Delightful Song Farce With
Song Hits Dancing Specialties
10, 20 and 30 Cents
In the Garland Chancery Court.
Cyrus W. 01111*. et »)., Plaintiffs.
Renna Sander* or Beuns.
Saunders and Rllen 01111* Defendant*
The defendant* Henna Sanders (or
n**una Saunders) and Rllen OtW»>
are warned to appear In thl«t court
within thirty days and answer th*
complaint of the plaintiff.
Oiv'en under my hand anil rfeot of
said court on this duy of Febru
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