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TELEPHONE 201 SICK MAN DON’T Leave Hat Springs Until You Investigate^ No Medscine Has Such Proofs of its Marvelous CURES. Be Convinced Sul ir Call for Otr Flit MMLET H liitl, Uli ill Mull Until LOPEZ REMEDY GO. i 101 CENTRAL AV«. CHIROPRACTIC — The Worlds Greatest Science — A New Road to Health The question always asked is what is ChlropracIicY Chiro practic is the Science of ad justing (by hand) the displace ments In the spinal column, commonly (.•ailed the back bone. VV(§ know thHt the Brain regulates the nerve impulses sent to all parts of the body via the Spinal Cord and out 11)rough the SI pairs of Croat Trunk peeves to each and every organ giving them the power to art (There is only one place where a nerve can l»e abut off and that is in the spine. Now, it that be true thero can lie but ono cause, (pinched nerves). The Chiropractor retnoves t ho cause end Nature does tlio Heating Your spine Is the machine of ihc body, the same as the engine of the train. Both have to tie adjusted. Butting the spine in position, the bodv rune without any trouble. The same os ally machinery. Don't say this Is impossible. n.x that Is what they told Mar coni about wireless telegraphy and many others who have de veloped the theory that such Is true. Many are being restored to Health by Chiropractic. Nu lure's own Itemedy. I .!.> not trcnt I siiniUy adjust the K>tnv mut Naturv itwn the Healths fall tm rut- today, let's talk it over amt net at the Hunt of your trouble Look for This Sign -In Business for Your Health— S. H. A ms poker, Chimp I actor—New Baptist Church Ruildinp. •THE. 1 eeley 702 Bark Avenue, HOT SPRINGS, ARK. The only Genuine Keelcy Institute In Jtrl^ant** For LIQUOR and DRUG USING. nor pat'ent* have th« »rtv«on*« »r th« Hot Spring* bath* Corr»«i)r>ti<1*ne« «•». IM*rllal. , j INVESTIGATION SOLIC1TSD Telephone 22*. Da. J. C. WMITACaC. MANAQIR. Cockburn Ostrich Farm Finest' Ostrich Plumes and Novelties City Store, 334 Central Ave • i PROBABLY PECK HELD FOR RANSOM MISSING SUPERINTENDENT OF COTTON BELT IS NOT HEARD FROM BY SEARCHERS. Mystery Surrounding the Case Points to Many Conclusions, None of Which are Satisfactory. The mysterious disappearance of E. A. Peck, general superintendent of the Cotton Ilelt railroad, from his hotel in this city last Wednesday, has of fered many situations in conclusion, hut none of which will compare with ell the circumstancee surrounding this most unusual case. The rather far fetched theory that Peek might have been kidnapped and is now being held for a ransom, was given some consideration yesterday, and his son. Leo Peck, accompanied by Dr. J. W. Smith, who had been Mr Peck’s friend and physician, se cured special commissions to arm themselves, and make a trip to the country to investigate might-have beens. The fact of the matter is that there is no satisfactory conclusion as to the disappearance of the man, and the conclusion that Mr. Peck left the city quietly and is far off somewhere tak ing a quiet little outing of his own. is just about as well based, as to facts, as that he has been murdered or kid napped. Mr. Peck is not a man of much for tune, to be held for ransom, and neither did he have any large gum of mouey on him, to be killed for. He had something between $70 and $100 on his person when he was last seen. Yesterday the mountains about the city were searched to answer one in ference that he might have become despondent from illness and decided to go to the mountains and kill him self. The search revealed nothing. Then there was another rumor that a man of his description had bought a railroad ticket out of the city last Saturday, hut that instance was trac ed, and the rnau, while answering in part, the description, was not Mr. Peck. Detectives Moshier and Laughlln have devoted much time to the case, and they have received many clues, and worked out every one of them, but none bring anything substantial. There certainly has not bcen'any lag ging in the matter of the search made. Mayor Waters is particularly an xious that the mystery be solved as soon as possible because of the sus picion that wiH point to the city so long as the incident is a mystery, re gardless of the probability that in the end Mr. Peck may turn up ail right. There was one reasonable deduc tion, and that was that Mr. Peck, wor ried over his ill health, had probably lost his mind, and was trailing about through the woods to the west of this city, where if he had gone he might not be heard from In some time, but would not fail into evil hands. JOSEPH CLAUDER DEAD. Well Known Musician About Mil waukee and Had Been Coming Here For Years. Joseph Clauder, violinist in the i»rlington orchestra, and who had been coming to Hot Springs in the winters with Professor Barton, for a number of years, died suddenly at his rooms in the Lee Apartments, and the body yesterday was taken by his wife back to Milwaukee for interment. Mr. Clauder had been a famed violinist and leader about Milwaukee for forty years, and stood high professionally, lie was taken ill but a few hours be fore his death, which was due to an asthma trouble, and Us effect on a weak heart. MARRIAGE LICENSES." Marriage licenses were Issued yes terday l»y County Clerk Davis to the following: Leroy B. Webb, 20, to Tilda Elisabeth Parker. IS, both of Wiggs, Garland county. Wake Up Your Liver EASY TO END CONSTIPATION. SICK HEADACHE AND BILLIOUS NESS WITH HOT SPRINGS LIVER BUTTONS. Did you ever stop to think, Dear Header, that right here tu Hot Borings Is made and compounded the most scientific constipation and liver rem edy known and that it is sold all over America? It's sued! a sure, gentle and efficient remedy that doctors right here in inis great health resort prescribe It regu larly to aid people who are taking the hath* to secure greater lu nefU. HOT SPRINGS LIVER HUTTONS <an he secured at any Hot SprlngB pharmacy lor only 25 cents and drug gists will gladly recommend them for constipation, upset liver, headache, dlsciness. biliousness. Indigestion and bowel troubles. They clean out poisonous waste, brighten dull eyes, clear the akin and make you able to sleet1 better and work harder. Visitor* should he sure to obtain a supply before"golng home. What you want to sell aud the other fellow wants to t>uy may be welded Itt'o an advantageous bargain through a Sentinel llocortt w ant ad. Personals Mr. and Mrs. fVnnk J. MeGarry ot Boston, are at the Eastman. H. H. Stambaugh or Youngstown, O., is a guest at tbe Arlington. F. G. Chew of St. Louis, is register ed at the Eastman. diaries L. Hovis of Wilkinsburg, Fa.. Is stopping at the Eastman. J. G. Everlst joined bis many Chi cago frleuds at the Park yesterday. J. I. Campbell ot St. Louis, was t new arrival at the Park yesterday. Mr. and Mrs. J. C. 'Houck of Shel bina, Mo., are guests at the Arlington. Mr. and Mrs. L. J. Baldwin of De troit, are stopping at the Arlington. George C. 'Robinson of St. Louis, is stopping at the Arlington. Ernest Woodcock has gone to Ok lahoma on a business trip. Will Campbell has returned from a business visit to Little Rock. Mr. and Mrs. G. F ii. Ward of Ml. Vernon, ill., reached the Eastman yes terday. Mr and Mrs. Joseph K. Levy joined the Eastman's Chicago colony yester day. C N. Smith was another prominent St. liOiiislan registered at the Park yesterday. Mr and Mrs. Lynn Pcavey of Falr bault, Minn., reached the Arlington yesterday. Mrs. W. L. Little and Miss Bishop, of Muncle, Ind.. reached the Arlington yesterday. Mr. aud Mrs. J. F. Merry man joined the Arlington's St. Louis colony yes terday. Mr. and Mrs. James Ronan aud fam ily of Chicago, are guests at the Arl ington. They arrived yesterday. Mr. and Mrs. John T. Baxter, of Minneapolis, Minn., registered at the Arlington yesterday Mrs. Uus Strauss. Mrs E. X Both and Miss Sylvia Roth, have returned from a visit to friends in New York. Mrs. M. G. Thompson has return ed from a visit to friends in Warren aud Montieello. n S. Beasley o( tile Majestic Phut macy #ias returned from a visit to relatives in Little Rock. William J. Bowen of New York, and R. P Martin of Chicago, registered to gether at the Eastman yesterday. Mr. and Mrs. W H Hosner, promi nent. Chicago people, arrived yester day and are registered at the Park tor a few weeks visit. Mrs. Mclver Martin and Mrs. Doro thy Wailand Smith, two of Little Rock's most charming matrons, are at the Eastman. Mr. and Mrs. William T. Maypole of Chicago, were prominently includ ed in yesterday's long list of arrivals at the Arlington. Miss Willie Jack Wadloy leaves today for Texarkana -to visit with her parents, who recently moved to that city. Mrs. Henry Txirish of Chicago, wilt arrive in dhu city soon on a visit to her parents, Dr. and Mrs. V. H. Hall man. — Mr and Mrs. John A. Cathcart and family of Siam, ill., are at the Arling ton, for an extended visit. They ar rived from the north yesterday. Mr. and Mrs. L. W. Sanderson ol Little Rock, are guests at the East man. They registered yesterday and plan upon making a stay of several weeks duration. ■>irs. J. A. Glesenkamp of Pittsburg. Pena., accompanied by her soil. J. H. Jr., registered at the Park yesterday and expect to make a substantial stay Woman's Relief Corps meets at J:30 p. m. in the Federal building. AH members urged to be present. In itiation, etc. Visiting members in vited. Isabel Randall, Secretary. Hob Williamson, formerly with the Weateott Motor Car Company, of tdttle Rock, has returned here to take charge of tflie Igcal and is (jbart ered at the Majestic hotel. Mr. ami Mrs. Jno. J. Shumau of Mt. C:emens. Mich., arrived yesterday and are guests at the Park. Mr. Shu man is a retired capitalist of Mt. Clemens. These splendid people come to the Park annually. William A. Pinkerton, the noted commander of the world s famous de tective agency, which bears Ills name is paying hie annua! March visit to the Arlington The well known Chi agnail registered yesterday and plans remaining two or three week|. Mr. and Mrs. ). F. Dunn of Salt Lake City. Utah, reached the Arling ton yesterday, and plan upon making a stay of three or four weeks dura tion Mr. Dunn Is the assistant gen eral manager of the Oregon Short IJne. He and his wife are regular March visitors and two of the Spa'.* staunchest champions Mrs Mcnjamin Mayo and Mrs (5 D. VanAiadak> of Newark. N J.. reach cd the Eastman yesterday, en route home from a Californian trip. They were at the Arlington last December and became staunch champions of the 8pa. Mrs. VanArsdale's health *' vastly improved, as her friends will be dellghtfed to learn. 'William Simon, Sr., and Albert Schelllng. both of Buffalo, N Y. re ceived a rousing welcome from their | friends upon their arrival at the Hark 1 yesterday. Mr. Simon is a prominent brewer of Buffalo, and Mr. Schelllng. one of the biggest lawyers at the ( same city. These gentlemen come here annually for a six weeks stay. PARK DANCE POSTPONED. Mr. J. K. Hayes, the genial proprie tor of the Park hotel, announces the , calling ofT of the regular Thursday j evening hop. giviug v. ay to the Elk s 1 Minstrels, which are staged at the . Auditorium tonight. Mr. Hayes, beiug a prominent Elk, as well as being much interested in all local afTairs takes this means of showing his appreciation to the boys for their participation in the society events at his fashionable hostelry, this and past seasons. If you horse goes wrong, go to Harris, the borse-shoer, 315 Valley. Phone 972. 3-6-1 mo PITTSBUR6 REGULARS ... VS - PITTSBURG YANIGANS Whittington Park Game Called 2:30 p.m. Every Tuesday and Thursday JAVA BLEND Is a name given to one of our particular blends of coffee ‘aome vears ago. Now Java Blend Coffee is not like tbe general fun of 40 cent coffees sold over, this city, it is the result of the •blending different coffees together—with but one object In view and that ob ject is this—to produce a blend that will appeal to all lovers of "a good cup ol coffee. ’ A BLEND OF THIS KIND is the ambition of every coffee roaster in the country. The blend 'ers of Oliver-Finnies mammoth establishment are in possession 'of the right quality of green coffee, furthermore, they possess that wonderful knowledge gained by practical experience, which is in dispensable in this industry. A pound of this delightful coffee will be delivered to you tomorrow morning,if you will phone us. We •guarantee it to please you. Try it. IN BULY ONLY 40c A POUND, _ / 707 CENTRAL AVENUE TELEPHONE 142 YOU CAN’T BEAT IT Alameda Coffee Albatross Flour First Prize Winners, 1907-1908-1909-1910 1911. no prizes awarded on coffee or flour 1912. ASK YOUR GROCER OR. LEMOINE. DR. BARTON. NO PAIN—NO HIGH PRICES Let us fix those old decayed teeth ard you will see your HEALTH IMPROVE. WE do it WITHOUT ” PAIN, so don't dread it Try ui ^ once and be convinced. Crowns and Bridge Work.$3 to f5 i Fillings of all kinds.. 50c op Set of Teeth.. »6.00 up Painless Extraction ....50c All other work as reasonable. OPEN AT NIGHT AND SUNDAYS Union Painless Dentist 744 1-2 Cintral Are. Madam K. Worcen. rormeriy of Chicago. Dressmaking, Indies Tail oring. Phone 129. New Baptist ChuriSi Bldg.. 121 Court St. I)r. Or. Allison Hinton has returned to td© city and ran ho found at bin of fice over the Sorrell's Drug Store. 2-13 «t. See IB1 o x* ourself Buckstaff ATHS EAUTIFUL EST White Attendants 21 Baths $13.00 G. E. HOGABOOM, Mgr. HOTEL EASTMAN and Palatial Baths OPPOSITE ARMY AND NAVY HOSPITAL. TWO BLOCKS SOUTH OF ARLINOTON HOTEL. Largest Hotel in Hot Springs All B'S Room. Having Prlvala Balsa Ara Svppllad "wait’,0" ,'°°° QUE8',S Conducted on Both American and European Plans American Plan Europeah Plan $21.00 Per Week and Up $2 00 Per Day and Up Prioala A lit a i%v akil. b.b.,u. n.a _ 4 Pr.v.u Automobile Serve* Between the Eastman ana the Golf and Country Club LYMAN T. HAY. * " °f GUe#U< General Manager. ‘ , T. OSBORN, _ _ Manager.