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Oh, How I Itched!
■What long nerve-racking days of con stant 'orture—what sleepless nights of terrible agony—Itch—4ch—itch, con stant itch, until it seemed that X must tear off my very skin—then— Instant relief—my skin cooled, soothed and healed! The very first drops of D.D.D. Pre scription for Eczema stopped that awful itch instantly, yes. the very moment P.P.P. touched the burning skin the tor ture ceased. A 25c bottle proves it D.D.D. has been known for years as the only absolutely reliable eczema R. G. MORRIS eerni*yan5riit "ash*s "way the disease P®'1'1? nd I,eave* ‘he ^*«in as clear and healthy as that of a child. All other druggists have D.D.D. Pre scription-go to them it yon can t come to ns—hut don t accept some big profit substifcu te. Put if yon come to our store, we are so certain of what D.D.P will do for you that we offer you a full size bottle on tills guarantee:—If you do not find that It takes away the Itch AT ONCK it costs you not a cent. DRUG COMPANY PUINTIFFSMSK SF CHANGE OF.VENl former employes suing the CITY FOR BACK PAY DON’T WANT CASES TRIED HERE. Question Involved in the Action is the Difference Between the Money They Received and the Scrip That Was Due. , Changes of venue will be aski d In four of the suits against the cltj for alleged due Imek pay, according to a statement made u circuit court, yesterday by Attorney J. L. Graham representing the four plaintiffs. The leases were docketed, and formal mo tions will be filed wthen they are call ed. The four plaintiffs in the suits are former city employees. The issue grew out of the fact that during their tenure of employment the men had worked for the city while there was In vogue a policy of giving tthe em ployees a stated sum of money in cash for their work, rather than is suing the scrip. The policy was Inaugurated to keep tJie city on a cash basis. Under the plan the city employee who was to have received $75 In scrip for his work, or whose wages were fixed by ordinance or custom at that sum. would have a check for $60 given him. It wa3 agreed that to have Issued the employee the $75 scrip, would probably have thrown s0 much scrip on the market he could not have realized $60 out of the war rant. Four suits, (however, for the differ ence tietween the sum paid in cash and the strm face of the warrant, grew out of the situation. The eases were tried here, hut always resulted in hung juries. It was stated that the members of the jury from tihe country ware willing to give the plain tiffs a verdict, while those from the city usually’ stood for a verdict for Nhe city, therefore the change of ven ue to Montgomery county. GRAND JURY CHARGE. Circuit Judge Cotham is Preparing to Cover the Local Situation. Circuit Judge Cotham is now en gaged on the charge he will make to the grand jury next Monday morning, which it is stated will be exhaustive and will cover the whole of the local situation. The charge he made to the jury commissioners when they were empanelled was one of the most emphatic that ever had been made In this district., and it is assumed that the charge to the grand jury will he exhaustive and will cover the work entirely that this court expects to take cognizance of at the coming court term, SCHUMANN APPRECIATIVE. Writes Rosenfield Letter of Apprecia tion For Glasses Furnished. C. A. Schumann, condemned man in the county jail, who has hope for at. least a delay in the fulfillment of the law through the gubernatorial situa tion at Little Hock, is most apprecia tive to J. T. Rosenfield, local optician, lor glasses furnished him so he could read while awaiting a disposition of his case. Schumann says in his letter the glasses fit well and “I have been sorely in need of a pair to enable me to read, but was not able financially | t* get them. May your generosity he followed with ahoundant success." Schumann's eyes were In very bad condition, the result of long and chronic affliction. DIVORCE PETITION. A petition For divorce was filed yes terday with Chancery Clerk Sttllen berger in which Alida Johnson seeks separation from C. J. Johnson, setting Up that they werp married in Novem ber, 1912, and that one week after marriage the defendant began to abuse her, which continued until March 2, 19111, when the condition be came Intolerable, and they were sep arated. She sets forth the defendant is possessed of certain properties, and asks for one-third of the value. A. Curl represents the plaintiff. J. \V. Hutchins of Little Rock, is registered at the Kastman. Protect Yourself Ask for ORIGINAL GENUINE The F^od Drink for all —Others are Imitations I CIVIL CASES AIE FIRST ON DOCKET TWO WEEKS OF COURT TAKEN UP WITH THESE WHILE GRAND JURY IS AT WORK. A Number of Old Cases Are Dropped From the Docket When Attorneys Meet With Judge Cotham. Civil cases will occupy the atten tion of circuit court for the first two weeks after it convenes next Monday morning, which will give the .grand jury ample opportunity to get along with its work and submit business for the criminal docket. The giving of first attention to civil cases also per mits the prosecuting attorney to be at liberty to serve the grand jury only during that period. Attorneys met with Circuit Judge Cotham yesterday morning in the cir cuit court room and went over the docket. A number of old cases were (ailed and dismissed, having either been settled or having been worn out through one reason or another. i ne docket as announced by Circuit Clerk Sullenberger at the completion of the work, and which will have the attention of the court for tiie. first two weeks, is as follows: Monday, March 24th, 1913, Motions. Demurrers, Defaults and Forfeitures. Tuesday. March 25th, 1913. 1910—A. J. Edwards vs. J. J. Mc Manus, et al. 1951—Levi Sc Simson Cooper vs. If. A. Bradstreet. 1977—I’lunUett Jarrell Grocery Co., vs. J. T. Shelton. Wednesday, March 26th, 1913. 1948—Hamilton & Ella Davis vs. James Leonard, et. al. 195:!—Bell Vernon vs. A. G. Sheeler. Thursday, March 27th, 1913. 1920—F. J. Hart vs. Eyrie Amuse ment Company. 2002—Jake Williams vs. C. C. Buler, et.al. Friday, March 28th, 1913. 1560—Jas. C. Harwood vs. City of Hot Springs. 1562—Will Oxford vs. City of Hot Springs. 1572—W. D. Etheridge vs. City of Hot Springs. Saturday. March 29th, 1913. 1891—The Crinolene Manufacturing Co. vs. Garland county. 1974— R. L. Boswell vs. John Miner. 1982—I2d. Spear vs. Arkansas -Na tional Bank. PINDALL AWAITING DECISION. iFormer Governor X. O. Plndatl has returned to the city and will spend a week here visiting friends. He will probably make his formal announce ment for governor in the special elec tion anticipated to he ordered as soon as the supreme court decision on the present gubernatorial muddle is set tled next Monday. The <Lotu8 Club will hold an open meeting with Mrs. P. M. Sigler, at the Sigler Apartments, today at 3 o’clock. Causes Much Disease I Advice about Stomach Trouble* and how to relieve them. Don't neglect indigestion, for it may lead to all aorta of ilia and com plications. An eminent physician once said that ninety-five per cent of all ills have their origin in a dis ordered stomach. Our experience with Recall Dys pepsia Tablets leads us to believe them to be one of the most dependable remedies known for indigestion and chronio dyspepsia. Their ingredi ents are soothing to the inflamed membranes of the etomach. Rich in Pepsin and Bismuth, two of the greatest digestive aids known to medicine, the relief they afford is very prompt. Used persistently and regularly for a short time, they tend to relieve pains caused by stomach disorders. i I Rexail Dyspepsia Tablets help Insure healthy appetite, aid diges tion, and promote nutrition. A* evidence of our faith in them, we ask you to try them at our risk. If they do not give entir# satisfaction, we will return the money you paid us Without question or formality. Three sixes, 25 cents, 50 cents and $1.00. Yon can buy Rexail Dyspepsia Tablet* la this community only at our store: R. G. MORRIS DRUG CO. AND PUB LIC DRUG CO. Springs T». Walt JW, Arkan,B* There is a Rexail Store in nearly every tow* *nd city in the United State*. Canada and Great Britain. Thera ia a different Hexall Remedy lor nearly every ordinary human ill— each especially designed for the particular 111 for which it is recommended. The Rexail Store* are America's Greatest Drug Stores J Messrs. A. M. Chisholm, of Duluth, and Geo. T. Authler, of St. Paul, reg istered together yesterday at the Park. The Colored Knights f Pythias —AT THE— Auditorium Theatre Friday, March 21st Will present the great Grecco-Koman P‘ay ot i a .1 i iflill Damon AND Pythias Gorgeous costumes, all new. 40 PLAYERS IN THE CAST—40. The greatest colored actors in the south. Trained by a master's hand. Tickets on Sale at KEMPNERS’. Admission 75 and 50c Kodak Finishing —AT— Watson’s Cigar Store ;!70 Central Avenue. Opposite Palace Bath House SANITATION AND CLEANLINESS ST Are the most important features to consider in selecting your Bath House THE MAURICE is the most complete sanitary bathing establishment in the world, and embodies the latest scientific ideas in sanitcftion and hygiene without sacrificir y the comfor*i and conveniences of a luxurious bath. The Maurice offers you these distinctive features not found in any other Bath House : 250 large, roomy enamel steel dressing rooms for men and 50 for women. Separate elevators, insuring abso lute privacy. No carpets, drapery or upholstered furniture used. All furniture is white enameled steel. 75 private rest rooms furnished with a comfortable couch where one can have all the privacy and comforts of a home. A REAL SUN PARLOR. The sun’s glare through the massive glass dome is subdued by amber glass panels overheard, the walls of Cean Stone, the floor of red Scotch tile. The soft amber glow is very ben eficial and restful for those suffering from nervous troubles. The bath tubs are of solid porcelain, made espec ially for the Maurice, being of extra large size. » % k * i . j <I»VI 1+ Every Bath Room has individual vapor, shower and douche, giving you all the requisites of the bath In the privacy of the bath room. After your bath you retire to a bath ing lounge, a room 40x40 feet, where the air is dry, fresh and clean. It Is a scien tific fact that germs will live and travel In moist air Indlflnltely while in dry air they will not, consequently the Maurice hns supplied a bathing lounge entirely separate from the bath room, following the European custom in this feature and you are not Inhaling the exhalations of hundreds of sick patients taking baths as Is the case where you bathe and sweat In the same room. The same Idea Is car ried out In our hot room, the air being dry and clean and changed every ten minutes. Adjoining the bathing lounge Is a com plete hydre-therapy department. Exorcise l» also »n Important factor In your cure. We have two largo gymnasi ums, ONE FOR MEN AND ONE FOR WOMEN. Young Hackcnsmidt, lightwplght champion wrestler of the world, physical culture instructions. The ventilating system Is of the most modern type. Tho ntr Irolng filtered and warmed before using, boo 'cubic feet per minute insures a complete change of air In every departemnt every 10 minutes. A vacuum cleaning system does away with all dust and dirt. All walls are while tile or marble. Alt ceilings white porcelain finish. Sanitary towels, liquid soap,.cups, etc.. Used exclusively. Complete massage and electric depart ments, with electric light cabinets. Sit* and Nauheim baths. Manicure, hair dressing, facial massage, chiropody and mercurial rubbing depart ment In charge of skilled operators. All the equipment of the above depart ments la of the latest sanitary descrip tion. The Maurice is the fountain head using the entire flow of the Maurice Spring, which is located only a few feet from the house. You have traveled from afar to get the benefits of these great healing springs, and you should have the benefit of the very best sanitary baths, surrounded by every safeguard for your health. THE MAURICE gives you this and the price is no higher than other first class houses. $13.00 The Course, With Attendant's Service Included. See the Maurice Before You Buy A Bath Mel Maurice Bath Company W. G. MAURICE, Pres. HARRY H. BELL, Manager PARK HOTEL AND - BATH PALACE OPEN JANUARY TO JUNE EXCLUSIVELY EUROPEAN PLAN Regular and modified A La Carte Service Magnificent “Semi Private” Cafes and Grills Most conveniently located of any hotel in llic city to the new Golf and Country Club. Our own Auto service. The ground floor of toe BATH PALACE (enhance from Malvern Avoouo) is open to the public. The upper floor being reserved for guests of the hotel. GRAND CASINO equipment with regulation Bowling AJleys, Billiard and Pool Tables, Shuffle Board Tables, and the new game "Tamats uki’’. The public invited. DUNCAN CAMPBELL. Office Manager J.' R. HAYES, Lessee and Mgr. Mountain Valley Mineral Springs Water “KING OF MINERAL WATERS 99 WAV AWARDED FIRST PREMIUM AT THE ARKAN3AS STATE FAIR 1909, 1910, 1911. It Is Radio-Active. It Is Deliciously Palatable UNSURPASSED FOR GENERAL TABLE USE. BEST DIURETIC KNOWN in Treatment of KIDNEY AND BLADDER TROUBLES. One-Half Gallon Delivered to Your Room Daily for $1.25 Per Week. RATES—AT HOTEL, MOUNTAIN VALLEY $12.50 PER WEEK AND UP - Office and Drinking Pavilion First Floor Southern Club Building, Opp. Arlington Hotel. Our friends are invited to make our Pavilion their Headquarters during their stay in the Springs. CITY OFFICE PHONE—409 HOTEL PHONE—199 POTASUL The Original POTASH SULPHUR WATER Of Hot Springs, Arkansas The Ideal Water for the Stomach, Liver, Bladder and Kidneys. The Only Water in Hot Springs that has LaXatiOe Properties and that is a Positive solvent of Uric Acid. All bottles are sterilized and sealed at the springs—We are the only water company in Hot Springs using up-to-date sanitary methods for bo ttling and delivering water. Prescribed by all Leading Physicians Potash Sulphur Springs Look for the Bottle With the Sanitary Crowns, and the Little Box attached, Containing New Extra Cork (Inc.) 334 Central Avenue PHONE 2101 saw We don’t use patent rubber stoppers, because they are dangerous, and are being condemned by the Boards of Health in almost every City AT LIBERTY. Male Nurse CALL PHONE 989 Or Write 133 Chapel Street. C. N. ANDERSON General Blacksmithing Buggy and Carriage Work a Specialty, Automobile Forgings or Anything In the Blackemith Line. 212 Hawthorne Street. PHONE 1700 Security Bank HOT SPRINGS SAVINGS. TRUST AND GUARANTY COMPANY. A Roll of Honor 'Bank BUILT TO WITHSTAND THE STORM Capital *50,000.00 Surplus 1125.000.00 14#«. THREE-DAY DRINK REMEDY DRINKING MEN MIS* OPPORTUNITIES EVERY DAY GET HIII OP THE HABIT. THE DRUG HABIT RELIEVED IN SEVEN OATS No Gradual Reduction. \o Pain. No Hypodermics, My Pacr'a Method. Only Sanitarium In Arknnaaa Giving Unrondltlonal Guar antee. Not one dollar need be paid until satisfaction has been effected. Mcdtcally Indorsed. EMPLOYED IN HOT SPRINGS ONLY AT DR. PAGE’S SANITARIUM Phone I2P«-SI«. 432 Spring St, HOT SPRINGS. IRK. C. W. PACE, M. D, Medical Director. OFFICE. «2tH CENTRAL AVE. Southern Bowling Alloys DUGAN-STUART BLDG. Opposite Arlington Hotel. Four Regulation Alleys. Billiard Tables. More pleasure can be de rived from a game of ten ►-.ns than from ainy other sport. It sends indigestion and poor circulation to the "four winds." ROBT. McROBERTS, Prop.