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America’s Great Diamond House. Established iP?S.
Vou are Cordially Invited to Visit JaccartFs Branch and see tun nugtiftront display of DIAMONDS, PEARLS, WATCHES, GOLD NOVELTIES and JEWELRY. I'otne and nee this beautUsl collection of the fluent quality diamonds, imported direct Irom the cuttern, mounted in our nwn factory and offered to you at IMPORT ERS'LOWEST PRICE. Mermod, Jaccard & King Co. BRANCH 502 CENTRAL AVENUE MARTHA WASHINGTON rn**mmS—itttil UJti <f ■r*71—“-rs-rie ~C»— “candy 60c. A POUND | NONE BETTER FOR SALE AT Lemly’s Drug Store ESTABLISHED 1875. 364 CENTRAL AVENUE. TELEPHONE 2<n Cash Boys Wanted Fifteen cash boys wanted at H. Strauss & Co's. Re port Monday morning at 8 o’clock, at the store. NEW CABARET FEATURE. iThs' patrons of the Park grills arc highly pleased with the unique and nifty little cabaret rendered every evening from 8 to 12, by Bert Reg man. violinist, ami (Bud Parker, pmn 1st. Members of the Red, White and Blue Club are requested to attend a farewell parly given in tbe honor of their esteemed member, Mr. Jake Middleton, at thgtir club rooms, ou Monday evening, March 24. _J. UKNRV, Secretary. Stiff Joints Sprains,Bruises | art relieved at once by an applira- j tion of Sloan's Liniment. Don’t 1 rub, just lay on lightly. 41 Sloan's liniment hat done more cood than anything 1 have ever tried for #titf Join to. 1 got nty hand hurt so badly that J had to stop work right in the huiiest time of the y ear. i thought at fix ft that i would have to have my hand taken olf, but 1 got a battle of &loan> Liniim itt and cured my band." WlLYOK Wax Ki.LH, Mortis, Am. Cood for Broken Sinews I <5. u. *1oxr.i*f Baldwin, L. J., write* : —•*’! uaeu Slwin’t Liniment lor broken < sinews above the knee cap cawed by a . fall and to my great satist action was able to resume work in tea* than three week* alter tbe arctdocxt.'* SLOANS LINIMENT Fine for Sprain Ml. Kim A. Vonu.. M Sr>m<*r»et St., PlainSleld, N- J., write? : — “A friend .primed bit unite so badly 1 tit it it went block, iie laughed when I told him that 1 would hare him out in a week. 1 applied Moilra I.itdroent and in four duvabe wae working and mid Sioati'a »»» 3. right good Lini ment." ■ | rnce SOt., find $1.00 Hloan'g B..,,k <Mi iHirMW, cult Its »K»«p and I*>uHry»em.frea. < bp Ai.il ram Dr. Earl S. Sloan KILLING REVIVES ONCE DORMANT FEUD i | GEO. COGBURN, OF MONTGOMERY COUNTY. SHOT AND KILLED BY UNKNOWN PARTIES. Had Returned to the County After Jumping Bond. Under Which He Was Held For Another Killing. Feudalism in Montgomery county, west of this county, is recalled through news which reached this city yesterday that George Cogburn, whoi lives south of Mt. Ida. wits shoi and killed in his home. The shots were fired from the outside, by unknown parties, and no arrests of suspects have been made. George Cogburn and Anderson and Andrew Cogburn. his brothers, be tame involved in a difficulty at a pic nic in that county five years ago. Da Me Herrin and John West, two other residents of the county, wefe shot, and killed. The Cogburjis wore arrested under warrants charging them with murder. Alt parties were prominent and won netted through relation or marriage with most of the people of that part ol the county. Anderson and Andrew Cogburn and George Cogburn. held to. murder,were to go to trial in Montgomery county. George CogtHun's use whs first called and he took a change of venue to Pike county, where he was tried, found guilty under a low degree, and given a sentence of five years in the state penitent iary. The case went to (he supreme court, was reversed, and on the second trial of the case George foghorn received a guilty verdict hot got t^Bktwo years in the state penitent iai^i the sen . Thai was appealed. George Cogburn was given liberty under bond, jumped the bond, and disappeared. He only shortly returned to his home. Andrew Cogburn was tried In Mont-' gontery county and acquitted of the charge against hint, and Anderson Cogburn was t 'led at the term of cir cuit court a year ago, and the result was a hung jury. Mr*. James Smith, of Toledo, daugii ler of. Mr*. Sue i„ James, is expected home, early next week to spend a vlalt of several weeks to recuperate in' health. WITNESSES FOR PROSECUTION WILL BE ON HAND TO TESTIFY MONDAY BEFORE GRANO JURY ON SWINDLE CASES. First Official Inquiry May Be Into Official Matters, After Which Criminal Cases Will Be Taken Up. WituesseB for the prosecution of tLf men who are charged with whole sale swindle operations in this city last December and January will be in the city in time to appear before the first session ot the grand Jury .Monday if their p-eseoce is required at that time. Ferdinand Piper, of Fargo, who was swindled out of $12,000, wired yester day that he would reach the city this morning. He will be accompanied by Prosecuting Attorney Fowler, of his Lome county, who is aiding him in the case here. Frank P. Fox, or Terre Haute, the Indiana man who dropped $20,000, and who hired Burns' detectives to un earth the swindlers, and who has ef fected the capture of all hut one. is also expected today, but may not reach the city until tomorrow: He will he accompanied by witnesses and proot from Indiana to substantiate the story he told which brought about the ar rests. ,1. H. Rumping, who lost about $7, 800. and who brought about the ar rest of Jack Porter, on 'he charge, will lie in the city during the early part of the week. Andrew C. Mack, who was swindled out of $2,000, hut who recovered all tne money, after bringing civil ac tions, will come and testify any time the courts need hint. Of the defendants arrested on these charges, some dire absent front the city, but their bondsmen say they will artive on time to lie In court Mon day. Arthur Slavin: J. W. Kberly, alias Amis: and George Ryan, are here. ’’Big Oharlte" Wilt and Jack Porter have made trips from the state since their arrest, and being placed under bond, hut are. expected to ar rive at tiny time. J. H. Ward, alias Burt Sterling, alias "The Brass Kid.” is in the county Jail, having been un able to make the $20,000 bond under which he was held. Most of the prosecuting witnesses have engaged tl.e services of Martin k Wooten and of Burns detectives to aid In the prosecutions, and the state of Arkansas will not have its inter ests suffer on account of the usual lack of money, there being no fund available for the prosecuting attorneys to use in gathering evidence and sending for witnesses. There is- a rumor that tit® grand jury will give its first time and at tention to official investigations, - This rumor was probably based on sum mons already issued for some men rI.o have been connected with club rooms in the -city previous to their closing, and who are oelieved to be the possessors of information of in terest to the grand Jury in connecting officials with special privileges. There is one prominent murder case for investlgatlon, and that will at tract widespread interest. Ben Wool man. a pioneer resident of this city, shot and killed Mrs. Deborah Wel born, a woman with whom he had been on intimate terms, and therein ! produced a sensation which has sel coin been equalled in the criminal annals of the county. Mrs. Wei bom, the slain woman, had been separated through agreement, trOtn her husband, and the husband will be here this week to aid the prosecuting attorney’s office in any way possible in the prosecuttion of Woolman. On the other hand Wool man has many friends here, and will have strong influences in his behalf, as well as able counsel to defend his case in the courts No statement has been issued as to the defense in this case, but it is generally believed that an insanity cat.se will lie the defense. Woolman was rnauiy infatuated with Mrs. Wel lman and they had many previous es capades that attracted attention be fore the shooting. Woolman. after he shot and killed Mrs. Welborn, at tempted to kill himself, and fired two bullets into his body, but neither of them proved serious injuries. PLAN MARKET DEPARTMENT. Washington. March ' 22.—Plans for the organization of the division of markets which the secretary of agri culture is to try to discover methods tor more economical marketing ol food products, are being made by a joint committee of chiefs of various divisions in the department of agri culture. Within the next few weeks the new division for which congress provided $50,000 will be able to be gin its investigation. Several offi cials today expressed the opinion that the information which they will be able later to disseminate will pre vent much duplication in cost of get ting food from the producer to the consumer. ORRINE CURES DRINK HABIT. So uniformly successful has OR JilNB been In res tor log the victims ol the -Orink Habit' into sober and use ful citizens, and so strong is our con fidence iu its curative powers, that we want to emphasize the fact that ORRINE is sold under this posttlvu guarantee. If, after a trial, you get no benefit, your money will he refund ed. ORRINK costs only $1.00 per box. Ask for Free Booklet Sorrell's Drug Company, No Extra Charge For Metal lined [flour bin, equipped with sifter metal sugar bin—crystal glass coffee; tea, salt and spice jars with patent - air - tight lids, metal lined bread and cake f * drawer — big dish and supply cup board — pot and kettle cupboard. Big Aluminum Table Extention top table is covered with pure aluminum— not poisonous zinc or nickle. You have knife and linen drawers, pan racks, bread and meat board rolling pin rack, handy utensil hooks-a clock face want list, The cabinet comes apart to clean— closes tight when not in use. Last Call For The Hoosier Club ! You and Only 6 More Members Can Join Your opportunity is all but gone to be one of the Half Million Hoosier Cabinet owners on pay ment of $1.00, cabinet to be delivered at once, for you to use and enjoy. Will you toss aside thie this chance of a lifetime? The enthusiastic welcome to this great labor-saving Club far exceeds our utmost expectations. See how few are left! See what chance you have of getting a Hoosier! An early call, even early tomorrow may secure you one of them. But every hour lessens your chance. It takes little persuasion to convince any woman that she can not get along without a Hoosier once she has had a chance to learn its wonderful con venience— and we are having scores of callers. Handsome, imposing — splendidly built and finished-the Hoosier captivates every visitor. No woman can resist its assurance of easier work-its promise of exquisite order without effort. Why should she ? With a shining aluminum table top and a row of metal topped crys tal coffee and tea and spice jars, it delights your eye! It is so easy tb have this wonderful labor saver if you act quickly and get a Hoosier Club Membership before they are all taken. Will you delay when $1.00 Membership Fee Puts the Hoosier in Your Home We will deliver it tomorrow unless you call too lute. No delay in its installation—in its saving of work for you. The moment it cornea in the house it stops the miles of useless steps that old-fashioned kitchen arrangements re quire—the weary walking back and forth between pantry and cupboard and kitchen table to get things out and put them away again. No more aching feet and back. Instead of standing and walking all day doing your work, you sit and reach. Having everything you use in cooking all in one place saves endless time,—time that you can spend in pleasant, healthful recreation or necessary rest. $1.00 Weekly Dues Quickly Pays For It After you have paid the $1.00 fee that puts the Hoosier in your kitchen, the $1.00 a week club dues are all you have to pay. No extra charge of any sort.—Just 14 cents a day for a few short weeks. Before you realize it, the Hoosier is yours—paid for completely. And you have never missed the money. Women who get their floosier on the Hoosier Club Plan always ,(|l ‘*s if they bad a delightful present. Remember—the Hoosier Club Is sure to rinse tomosrnw. membership* ran not last until night. So call in the morning yon ran get your Hoosier tomorrow siart using it tomorrow, enjoying it* convenience and keeping well and rested. Delay is death to progress Vou want this Hoosier Cabinet. You need it more than anything you ever saw. Then art. Free yourself from drudgery He a Hoosier member. Knroll! Right away. GRAND RAPIDS FURNITURE CO. THE FURNITURE CENTER Phone 1079 220-222 Ouachita Ave Dress Forms Mrs. Marion Dixon PRICE %7.00 121 CREST ST. Dress Forms! Mr*. Armstrong Is now located at 118 l^dwtdge street, § (which is street <n> posite street car of fice, No. 737 Park Ave.), making her famous Dress Form* —satisfaction guar I anteed. References " given. Call phone No. 19l'l for information. DR. J. H. CHESTNUTT. Dr. James H. Chestnutt, owing 'to flro In TltompBon block, has secured offices tu the Dugan-Stuart bldg. 3-8-lm. I HOTEL EASTMAN and Palatial Baths OPPOSITE ARMY AND NAVY HOSPITAL. TW0 SLOCKS SOUTH OR ARLINGTON HOTEL. Largest Hotel in Hot Springs A„ « R»m. Having Prlvata E„S. An. Sapp,,*, ''0” 0U“T'' Conducted on Both American and European Plans American Plan European Plan $21.00 Per Week and Up $2 00 Per Day and Up Private Automobile Service Between c. . Between the Eastman and the Golf and Country Club LYMAN T. HAY, ** U*B °f Que,U General Manager. E. T. OSBORN, P______Manager,