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Cat nlard Each fnstrtioo. :: Positively No Ads Inserted Unless Accompanied ky the Cash. :: Nothing Charged | -“-r.*XXAXXXAXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXtXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXf _____ 'm # WANTED. * '.JT" ——--- - — WANTED—Expert stenographer de sires permanent position. Is-gj work a specially. Address Z X., this utnce. 3-2»*3t W ANTED—To rent four rooms of s 5-ruom furnirfhcd cottage. Will take rent In board. Address J. K. Iv , 124 Cedar street. 3-25-lw WANTED—Position, clerical or oth erwise. salary no object. Reiereu ves. Address "Clerk', Seutlnel-Kec <«’<*• 30-31. WANTED—Live partner to buy inter est in biggest road proposition ever launched. Appliance covered by basic patents In four best countries, Been demonstrated for two years and proven to be Indispensable where known. Will pay big dividends from the start, and should be worth ran lions by rtie time territory is covered. Partner may have option of taking charge of office or handling crew of salesmen on road. Address T. W, 8en tlnel-Record. 3-25-1 w WANTED—A clerk at the McCrary Hotel. 3-23 if VVANTED—Three experienced pin setters, aide and willing to work. Apply between 10 and 11 a. m. South ern Bowling Alleys, Basement Dugan Stuart Building. 1-14-tf WANTED—To trade, automobile for land K. R daggers. 025 Central A?e.. Phone 1007. 3-30 lw. SALESMEN to call on grocers, con fectioners. general stores. $150 monthly and expenses; yearly con tract. Manager, 18 S., Second Street. St. Louis. Mo. SALESMAN—Traveling; salary and expenses or commission; must be active, ambitious, energetic; splendid opportunity; forme.r experience not essential. Landmark Cigar Co.. Den ver. Pa CAPABLE SALESMAN to cover Ar kansas WHh staple line. High com missions with 1100.00 monthly ad vance. Permanent position to right man. Jess H. Smith Co., Detroit, Mich. WANTED- Two white chambermaids with experience at the Townsend Hotel. 3-30-t f XXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXX X WANTED—To buy iutcrcst in X X good paying business in tills X X town by Hot Springs man. Ne X X rooming house or hotels. Ad- X X dress G. D,, Sentinei-Hecord. X XXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXX WANTED—Casn pa In ror second hand clothing, trunks and suit cases. 224 Ouachita Avo. 10-16-tf XXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXX A X X SECOND HAND FURNITURE X X WANTED X X All kinds bought, cold and ex- X X changed. Second hand heaters and X X other atovee cheap. X X J. H. ERMEY 4 SONS X X 601 Ouachita Ava. Phone 128. X XXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXX XXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXX X x X LOYD 4 SON X X Now and Second Hand Furniture X X Bought. Sold and Exchanged. X X Roofing a Specialty. X X 208 Third St. Phone 71 X XXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXX Furniture BUYiNu AND SELLING. J. T. IVUsou sells bargains In furnishings Way, The articles needed In homes every day. j Winter stoves of all kinds to cook or lo heat. In here are the prices cannot be beat. Lovely carpets and rugs and furniture, | fine, Second hand or new found in this line. Or Wilson will buy what you have to sell. No place in the city will treat you as well . J. T. WILSON, I 'bone 8!UI.222-224 Third Bt FOR RENT. > fl'RNISHED COTTAGE? FOR RENT— #15 per month: electric light and fuel gas: bedroom and kitchen, tie. Take North Border car to Dell Street, one Mock up Dell. Inquire at 14. Telephone 1655 11-1-af MRS. B. SHANNON Modern rooms. Rt-am heat. Heaaonable. 122 1-2 Cen tral Ave. 1-7-tl X A A A X X X X XX X X XXXXXXXXXXXX X FOR RENT. X X House of 7 rooms and bath X X steam bead and all modern con- X X ventences. Best location In the X X city. CHA8. W. O'BRYAN, at X X the Arkansas Nat’l. Bank. X X 3-13 tf. X XXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXX! I WALLACE APARTMENTS ! ♦ Modern Light Housekeeping i I in 1, 2 or 3 Rooms. t Furnished single rooms or ! suites, for roomers. I Wallace Bungalow (Eagle Nest T —7 rooms, 2 baths, furnished. | for one or two families or for t roomers. Popular view-points, with great i tre«B and pure air, portraying tn the union of nature and art. Che ideal features of home life. 444 Prospect Ave. (luterurban Belt.) -« •• • ■ 0 ^ FOR RENT—Nicely furnished rooms and flats for housekeeping; all conveni ences; gat. running water, electric llghte, close to the hot water; Iron, magnesia, •rsante, rock, radium springs; see theee rooms before locating. Take North Bor der cars to 628 Park avenue. J. B. Bur res 9-11-tf •XXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXX* x X X FOR RENT. X X A well furnished five fogfn X X cottage, arranged if necessary, X X to accommodate two small fam- X X iltes. Situated on one o? prtnel- X X pai streets, on ear line. Call on X X JOHN H. LKW1S. X '*,825 Central Avenue, Phone tfiL X ! 'XXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXX* .... Nt ;■> FOR RENT. FOR RENT—Modern five room house, unfurnished, at 136 Gaines ave nue. Apply at Cooper’s Stable. 3-18-tf FOR RENT—Nicely furnished rooms, ■centrally located; 1 block from natn houses. 211 Prospect Ave. 3-23-1 ni FOR RENT—Furnished cottage of 5 nnd 3 rooms. Hath, piano, lights, fuel gas. Dr. Cox, 121 Ledwidge St. 2-12-tr TOR RENT—Nicely rr.ilnslied rooms. for light housekeeping; 265 Cedar street. 3-12-tf FOR RENT—Nicely furnished three, four and five-room cottages; all modern convenlencee; best residence part of the I city; reasonable rent. Apply 207 Cedar street, or phone 299. 9-12-tf XXX XXXX XXXX XXX XXXXX XX XX £ X ARKANSAS AUTO COMp/'M X X X '‘Valley Red,” Manat,jr. X X AGENT FOR HUPMOBILE X X 8even Passenger Westcott Tour- X X Ing cart for hire, day or night. X X TELEPHONE 400 7-4 lm X X X XXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXA THE PLAZA—522 Spring St., nice rooms and housekeeping apart ments. beautiful, high location, rea sonable. Mrs. M. F. Green, phone 954. 2-21-tf FOR RENT—Light, airy housekeeping rooms, one block from bath house; (2.50 up per week. 216 Court street _ 1-22-tf FOR RENT—Nicely furnished cotta Reg and flats. 2 rooms, (8 and (10 month; 3 rooms, (12 to (15. Apply 648 Quapaw. Phone 1663. 9-26-tf FOR RENT—Elegant furnished cottages, 423 Whittington avenue. Apply 473 Whittington. Phone 534. 7-9-tf FOR RENT—Rooms In private family, with or without board, 325 Garden St. 3-8-lm. TOR RENT—Nicely furnished or un furnished cottage, 5 rooms, at 246 Cedar Street or phone 1U68. 3-11 tf. FURNISHED ROOMS- For sleeping or housekeeping, one block from Central •venue. 11.26 per week and up. 31* Mkrket street. 2-15-tf FOR RENT.—Half of a store on Cen tral ave., beat location in town. In quire at 606 Central Ave. 3-29-lw, FOR RENT—-Good location, for cigar store. Address "F. F.", care of Sen tinel-Record. 3-30 3t. FOR RENT—Half of large store room, good location. Address "F. F.”, care Sentinel-Record. 3-30 3t. XXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXX X HOUSEKEEPING X X APARTMENTS X X Furnished rooms; also two X X room c>ttage nicely furnished X X for nice people. Two blocks of X X both depots and postoffice, one X X block of bath. 508 Pleasant St. X X Telephone 1990. 2-22-tf. X AAXAAAXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXX XXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXX X x X Clean Furnished Cottages—615,00 X X per Month up—Near Bath House. X X Thos. Doherty, 706 Malvern Ave. X X Phone 647. X X X XXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXX MULLERY APARTMENTS—116 Carl ton Terrace. Rates $4.00 to $600 for two room suites. All modern con veniences furnished, including gas and running water in each room. Fur nace heat. All outside rooms. Near Hath House. Take North Border car to Crest St., one block above Majestic Hotel. Phone 1795. G. H. Mullery. -- 1 .. .— FOR SALE. FOR SALE—Restaurant doing good business, centrally located. Owner leaving city, will sell at sacrifice. Address, "li. L. It." care Sentinel Record. 3-20-1 mo FOR SALE—Furniture of 8-room rooming house opposite bath house. Roomers the year round. Good prop osition at a bargain. Apply 101 1-2 Park avenue, mornings. 3-19-tf TOR SALE—Furniture or eignt room bouse, close in; rent reasonable; $250 will take it if taken by the nrst. 320 Market street. 3-28-1 w TOR SARE—Two houses, one 4 and one 7 rooms, No. 114 and 120 Gaines Ave. Small cash payment down and easy mon*lily payments for balance. K. it. Jaggers, 625 Central Ave. Phone 1067. 3-15-tf FOR SALE—3,000 acres or more cut over land. Price $3.50 per acre $150 cash, balance i to 2 years at k per cent interest K. R. Juggers, real estate, 625 Central A\e. Phone 1067. FOR SALE OR TRADE—eor city property, Mi-acre farm, 40 acres in cultivation, 40 In timber; 4-room house, good large barn, (thicken house, pig pens, smoke house, 100 fruit trees, two mares with foal. 10 pigs, fifty chickens, three good springs, fine well of water near house; 12 acres in oats, five bushels sweet potatoes bedded for plants, 12 grape vines, all farm im plements, goes with place. See M. J. Merrill, Palace Hotel, Hot Springs. 3-27-tr FOR SALE—Furniture 10 rooms, good location; owner going to leave; will sell cheap. Phone 1611. 3-27-lra FOR SALE—Best paying meat market in city. Invoices $1,500, If taken at once $1,000 will buy it. Good estab lished trade, good reason for selling. Investigate if you mean business. Ad dress ‘ Market’* this office. 3-12-tf FOR SALE CHEAP if taken in the next three weeks, a furnished 14 room rooming house, best location In City, 224 Court St. 3-12-tf FOR SAIJB—Good furniture and lin ens for H rooms complete. Great aaolhee and ca;»y terms. Must sell at ones as going away Phone 1622. 3 23-lwk FOR SALE. FOR SALE—Furniture of eight-room house, complete outfit tor $250 cash.; gas and electric lights. 318 Market street. 3-27-1 m FOR SALE—The furniture of a U-rooni flat, 323 Pleasant street. Phone j3M. 3-28-1 m j $10 buys a strong express wagon 1f taken at once; good as new. Call I at Curtis Blacksmith Shop, on Valley street. 3-25-6t FOR SALE—Cheap, Shepherd Collie. Address C. J., this office. 3-29-3t FOR SALE—40 acres farm and equip ment, high state of cultivation, wheat, oats, and garden planted. 4 room house, good jarn, ideal location for truck, grain, dairy and poultry. H. L. Wail, Crystal Springs Route. 3-16-lm. FOR SALE;—A grocery store and meat market doing a good cash bus iness. Call 311 Whittington avenue, or paone 1086. 3-25-tf FOR SALE—At a bargain, restaurant and confectionery; good location, n. No. 1, Sentinel-Record. 3-8-1m. FOR SALE—40 acres unimproved land, with heavy timber on It. Located on the old Higdon Ferry road. 2 1-2 miles from end of Oak lawn oar line. Would be a good Investment for any one. Terms to right parties. Address “C. C. M.,” thSf office. tf F*OR SALE—Horse clipper, 3-burner hot plate. J. H. Ermey and Son., 601 Ouachita Ave. phone 338. 3-4 ’tf. FOR SALE—Choice residence lot 50 xl50, Blake St., just off Malvern. Two room house, water and gas. Bar gain for quick sale. Also four-acre tract, on gas main, one mile from city, on Malvern road. Bob Scudder, Iron Mountain Baggage room. 2-9-tf ROSE BUSHES FOR SALE. Rose bushes, 1 year old, 10 and 15 cents; 2 year old. 25 cents and up; also shrubbery and plants. Full In formation Johnson Greenhouses, Phone 618. 2-28-tf FOR SALE—Two furnished rooming houses, cheap; ten rooms. 211 Court street. 3-25-1 mo FOR SALE—White leghorn eggs, pedigree stock, lately from Illinois. $1 per 15 eggs. Call No. 101 Runyon street or phone 1213. 3-22-lw FOR SALE—Soda foundta'.n, complete. Apply 420 Malvern ave. S-6 tf. BEAUTIFUL new goods an Ivlng dally nt Mrs. C. Higgins’ Art Stole. 60S Cen tral avenue 8-17-tf U-..1 —.. .!■! ■■■ »■'" ■■1 'ii i '1 .LOST. JXJST—If little girl wno took light house pin (o Boles’ pawnship will return to Sentinel-Record she will re ceive *5.00 reward and no questions asked. 3-28-3t LOST- Eagle button with pin attach ment; also watch chain with a Moose fob. Return to Walter M. Ebcl, Daily News, reward. 3Q-3t. LOST—A round brooch, lighthouse design, small diamond. No ques tions askeu; $5 reward. Return to 200 Cottage street or telephone 603. Bertha White. 3t MISCELLANEOUS. For all kinds of cabinet work ami furniture repair, screening and re calling chairs, see Barnhart, 106 Kirk street, phone 558. 3-2 tf. DRESSMAKING—Old dresses made to look like new ones and altering all kinds of suits. Mrs. L. A. Saddine, 501 Whittington Ave. 3-20-lm MONEY TO LOAN. At ten per cent on city property. Give location and amount wanted In first letter. Address P. O. Box. 194, City. 3-21-1 w. LEE MAYBr.RRY, Livery and Trs nsfer Carriage Calls Answered lb omptly. Stable 812 Ploaamt St. Phone 86. ARLINGTON HACK STAND, Phone 19X6. THE DIXIE PRESS, the nCw print shop, 612 Ouadhita avenue, Is open for business; high-grade printing at low giade prices. Call us up. Phoue 607, and we'll do the rest. 3-25-1 w MONEY TO LOAN, f7.500 at 6 per cent, on Central ave nue property. K. R JAGGERS, 625 Central Ave. Phone 1067. LEGAL NOTICES. COMMISSIONER’S SALE. Notice Is hereby given, that in pursuance of the authority and direc tions contained in the decretal order of the Chancery Court of Garland county, made and entered on the 20th day of April, A. I). 1904, In a certain cause (No. 2706) then pending there in between George Hoffman, adminis trator of the estate ot Helena Camp bell, deceased, and J. P. Hender son. complainants, and S. C. Hill and M. O. Hill, defendants, the undersign ed, as commissioner of said court, will offer for sale at public veudue to the highest bidder, at the frost door or entrain c of the county court house in whica said court is held, in the county of Garland within the hours prescribed by iuw for judicial sales, on Saturday, the I9tn, day of April A 1) 1919. the following Ue scribed real estate, to-wlt: , The southeast quarter (SIC 1-4) of the northwest quarter (NW 1-4) and the southwest quarter |HW 14) of the northeast quarter CNEi-t I ot sec tion twenty-four (24), towuship three Rea! Estate Colomn FOR SALE, TRADE OR EkCHANGE. In Seymour, Baylor County, Tex. | $3.500—Nicely located lota, Seymour, Texas, (County Seut.) $3.500—Well furnished modern 6-room cottage; lot 140x157 feet. $4,500—Modern 8-room house, large barn; lot 140x280 feet. 160 acres at $50 an acre. rU-h/arming land adjoining city of Sey mour, Texas. $6,000—brick store, 25x100 feet. Walls built, to hold two more stories. Leased at $600 per annum. $50,000—McClain Hotel; good paying basiness. BrazOrie County, Tex. 1,900 acres rich oyster creek laud. 400 acres; 500 acres in virgin hard wod timber, balance rich hlack prairie land. Very cheap, on good terms. Harris County, Tex. Irrigated farm; 15 miles east of Houston, 800 acres cultivated. Im provements: $15,000 pumping plant with capacity to water 1,200 acres; 3 farm tenant cottages; barns; outbuild ings and fenced. Price $68,000. For trade or exchange. 10 per cent, off for cash. Reeves County, Tex. Improved Ranch. 72 sections, 46, 800 acres, half rich valley grass land, balance rolling and hilly ranch land. 6 miles living water. All fenced and cross fenced and other ranch improve ments. Cheap and on easy terms. Northwest Texas. Improved ranch 53.000 acres, solid body laud; good tanning land, 60 sets of ranch improvements, 3 and 6 room houses and buildings. Wells and wind mills; fenced and cross fenced. 600 acres under cultivation. Patented, no debt. Rest colonization proposition in northwest Texas. Easy terms. Arkansas—In Ozark Mountains. 160 acres virgin timber land, $160 cash, balance in 5 annual payments of $160 each, or’$800 cash. The Ozark Hills, the home of Alberta peach. Ap ples, pears, plums and berries, cotton, corn, potatoes; vegetables do well in the valleys and bottoms. Arkansas Ranch and Farm Land. In small or large tracts of cut-over land near Hot Springs. $1.00 per acre cash, balanve 4 annual payments of $1.00 Arkansas; 2 farms and ranches near city, well improved. 320 and 920 acres at $20 and $50 an acre on easy terms. Corner lot. 112x168 feet, new 3 story brick apartment house, with (>4 rooms with a net rent income of $900 per month. Valued at $70,000. ARK. REAL ESTATE EXCHANGE, R. F. Sojourner, Manager. 629 1-2 Central Ave. Phone 209. (3) south, range nineteen (19» west, in Garland county, Arkansas. Terms of Sale: On a credit of three months, the purchaser being required to execute a bond as requir ed by law and the orcer an decree of said court In said cause, with approved security, bearing interest at the rate of ten per cent per an num from date of sale until paid, and a lien being retained on the premises sold to secure the payment of the purchase money. Given under my hand this 29th dav of March, A. D. 1913. A. .1. MURPHY. Commissioner in Chancery. -■■■ .. * *-■-. COMMISSIONER'S SALE. Notice is hereby given, that In pursuance of tihe authority and direc tions contained in the decretal order of the Chancery Court of Garland County, made and entered on the 16th day of March, A. D. 1913, In a cer tain cause (No. 5298) then pending therein between Bridgeport State Bai^lc aud T. M. Mooney, trustee, complainants, and Margaret K. Young, defendant, the undersigned, as Commissioner of satd court, will offer lor sale at public vendue to the high est bidder, at the front door or en trance of the county courthouse, in w hich said court is held, in the county of Garland within the ihours pre scribed by law for .indiciaI sales, on Tuesday, the 15th day of April, A. I). 1913, the following described real es tate, to-wit: Ail of lot sixteen (16), of block one hundred and twenty eight (128) in the city of Hot Springs, Arkansas, and part of lot seventeen (17) of block one hundred and twen ty eight (128) of said city of Hot Springs. Arkansas, described and bounded as follows, viz.: Commenc ing at a point on Water street, aj the northwest corner of lot sixteen (16), block 128, and the northeast cor ner of lot 17, block 128, run thence southwesterly thirty (30) feet along the line fronting on Water street; thence southeasterly seventy (70) feet, to the rear line; thence north easterly thirty (30) feet to the divid ing line of lots sixteen (16) and sev enteen 07 ; thence northwesterly seventy (70) feet to the place of be ginning, all being in block one hun dred and twenty-eight (128) of Me city of Hot Springs, Arkansas, in Garland county, Arkansas. Terms of sale: On a credit of three monllhs, tbo purchaser being re quired to execute a bond as required by law and the order and decree of said court In said cause, with ap proved security, bearing interest at the rate of six per cent per annum from date of sale until paid, and a Ben being retained on the premises sold to secure the payment of the purchase money. Given under my band this 24th day of Marc*i. A. D. 1913 A. G. 8ULLENBERGER, 3-25-30t Commissioner In Chancery. COMMISSIONER S' SALE. Notice is lie re by. givt-n, that in pur suance of the authority and direc tions contained in the decretal order ol the Chancery Court of Garland County, mude and entered on the 27th day of March. A. T>. 1913, in a certain chum1 (No. 5278) then pending there in between Mary K. Burton, complain ant. and S D. Burton, et al defend tails, the undersigned, us Commission er of said Court, will offer for sale at public vendue to the highest bidder, at the (rout door or entrance of the Arlington Hotel and Bath House THE ONLY HOTEL ON THE UNITED ‘ STATES RESERVATION # Elegant marble and tile Bath House newly enclosed and refitted, making it one of the most beautifu1 bathing establishments in the entire country. New un Parlor and Rest Room overiooking the Moun tain Parks. Rates: $4.00 per Day and Up. $21 00 per Week and Up. Rooms with private bath all supplied with mineral water. 8. H. 8TITT, L. T. HAY. J. W. CORRINGTON, PRESIDENT GENERAL MANAGER MANAGER. Real Estate For Sale BY THE UNDERSIGNED AND OWNER. 3 flue lots on Prospect Ave., near Dr. Dake'a beautiful home, lots 50 ft. frontage by 250 ft. deep each. Noth ing finer for first class homes. 212 ft. by 213 ft. deep on Fern St., be tween Quapaw and Prospect Aves., a fine site for nice homes, will cut up property to suit purchasers. 50 ft. oil Ouachita Ave., on which is a ten room double cottage in good condition; is situated opposite the now Christian church aud near SL John's Catholic church. The house is well furnished. The furniture wiD be sold at bargain prices. Ope ramvjt make any mistake in buying Omtfnita Ave. property, situated as it is between the two parts of the. dty aud being the second beat busi ness street and main artery of country trade. Lot corner Garden aud Pleasant Sts., 00 ft. on Garden by 144 ft. on Pleas ant St., level lot, concrete sidewalks, sewerage, gas and water facilities. The proximity to Park Hotel and Bath House (1 square) makes the property fine site for either first class Hats, small hotel, boarding house or nice home. Gum Springs Mineral Spring property Its fine Mineral Spring, beautiful grove aud spacious frontage (293 ft.) would make this property an ideal site for sanatorium or hotel, its de lightful coolness In slimmer and the curative properties of its water in treatment of stomach, bowels, kid-’ ney and bladder troubles would, un doubtedly, make it a great draw and money maker. The virtues of the water are weil known to the older citizens and physicians, in fact no mineral waters in Hot Springs pos sess greater curative value. The property is situated opposite the Lawn Tennis grounds on Whitting ton Ave. The undersigned has property in va rious parts of the city proper, su burban property, and the finest1 ■black slate lands in the state. Sam ples of the slate can be seen at of fice. John H. Lewis 625 CENTRAL AVE. Phone 351. County Courthouse, in which said Court is held, in the County of Gar land, within the hours prescribed by law for judicial sales, on Saturday, the 19th day of April, A. D. 1913, the following described real estate, to w it: l-ot six (<i) and lot twenty-three (23», of Moore and Summers’ subdi vision of lot« one, two, three and four, and of lots fourteen, fifteen and six teen, of block one hundred and sev enty-seven (li7> of the Hot Springs Reservation, us surveyed, mapped and platted by the United States Hot Springs Commissioners, in Garland County, Arkansas. Terms of sale: On a credit of three months, the purchaser being re quired to execute a bond as required by law and the order and decree of said Court In said cause, with approv ed security, -bearing interest at the rate of 6 per cent per annum from date of sale until paid, and a lien be ing retained on the premises sold to secure the payment of the purchase money. Given under my hand this 29th day of March, A. 1). 1913. A. G. SDI.UCNHKRGKR Commissioner In Chancery. WARNING ORDER. In the Garland Chancery Court, Cyrus W. Orillia, ct. al., PlalntlffB. Against Beuna Sanders or Beuna Saunders and Ellen Gil.lis, Defendants. The defendants Beuna Sanders (or Beuna Saunders) and Ellen GiUls, are warned to appear in this court within thirty days and answer the complaint of the plaintiff. Given under my hand and seal of said court on this 2tifcb day of Febru ary. 1913. A G SULrt/HNBERiOBR, Clerk. Jbh. S. McConnell, attorney ad litem. You can say Roodbye to constipa tion with \ clear conscience if you use Chamberlain’s Tablets, Many have been permanently cured by feheir use. For sale by all druggist a A DR. JDUN TRIPP’S LORD PURIFIER Is a Wonderful Reconstructive Tonic and I * WILL POSITIVELY CURE Syphilis orRheumatism You are cordiuliy invited to visit our offices and get your medical examination and advice ABSOLUTELY FREE OF CHARGE whether you purchase our remedy or not John Tripp Remedy Co. 714 1-2 CENTRAL AVE. CONTAINS NO MERCURY AND NO POTASH "All the Name Implies” Palace Bath House John F. Msnier, Manager. BO Private Dressing Roomi. Marble Vapor and Shower Sath 20 Private Rooms With Couch. Rooms. 8 Large Cooling Rooms. Turkish Hot Room. Big Gymnasium. Electro Massage. Including Attendant 21 Baths $10 THE HALE BEST MEDIUM PRICED BATHS IN CITY. Clean and Sanitary. Marble Bathing Hall. Private Dressing Rooms. BEST SERVICE BY TRAINED ATTENDANTS. R. JOYCE, * Manager. ROOM AND BATHE AT THE Hem Hot Springs Bath House G, M. SMITH, Manager. OPPOSITE ARLINGTON HOTEL ON FOUNTAIN STREET. IMPERIAL PORCELAIN TUBS, ELECTRIC MASSAGE. ON GOV ERNMENT RESERVATION, PRIVATE DRESSING ROOMS. Magnesia Bath House 21 Baths $lo,oo (Including Attendant Fees) OWEN CORRINGTON, Manager. 8team Heat, Gymnasium. Needle and 8hower Baths. - - ■ _ Morse Shoe Bath House ON HOT SPRINGS RESERVATION 21 BATHS $9.00 Including Attendant Feaa. ONE OF THE BEST MEDIUM PRICED HOUSES IN THE CITY ED 8. WEAVER, Managar. —r ■ ' i ■ ■ ' i mmmmm—pppp—eps—ppp—p——^— 1 he only Genuine Keeley Institute. In Jbkanse* For LIQUOR I and DRUG USING. Our patient* hav* th* advantage ef tfee Hot Spring* baths Correspondence *•* - fldentlal. ,,,7?“ ' arl< Avenue, investigation solicited 40r SPRINGS, ARK. Telephone 22S. __ OI1' *' c‘ whi1>CRB, manages.