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I AMERICAN PLAN. j - LOCATION UNRIVALED S
HOTEL PULLMAN
“Cb« (l«m ot tb« Ualltv"
Jos. Longinotti, Owner and Proprietor.
Situated In the Heart of Hot
Spring* and the ONLY First
Class Hotel directly opposite
the U. S. Government Reserva
tion, Promenades and Bath
House Row.
The Pullman Hotel offers the
best accommodations at the
lowest rates of any first-clase
hotel In the city, and solicits
your Inspection before locating
permanently.
SPECIAL RATES BY THE
WEEK AND TO FAMILIES
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The Only Hotel on the U. S. Reservation
Elegant marble and tile Rath
House, newly enclosed and re
fitted, making it one of the
most beautiful bathing estab
lishments in the entire country.
New Sun Parlor and Rest
Room overlooking the Mountain
Parks. Rates:
RATES
$4.00 PER DAY
AND UP
$21.00 PER WEEK
AND UP
B. H. STITT, L. T. HAY, J. W. CORRINGTON,
President. GENERAL MANAGER. MANAGER.
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BEST MEDIUM PRICED BATHS IN CITY
CLEAN AND SANITARY MARBLE BATHING HALL
PRIVATE DRESSING ROOMS.
BEST SERVICE DY TRAINED ATTENDANT*
R. JOYC E, Manner.
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BOOM AND BATHE AT THE
New Ho! Springs Bath House
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OPPOSITE THE ARLINGTON HOTEL ON FOUNTAIN STREET

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IMPERIAL PORCELAIN TUBS, ELECTRIC MASSAGE. ON GOV
ERNMENT RESERVATION. PRIVATE DRESSING ROOMS.
Magnesia Bath House
21 BATHS StO.OO (INCLUDING ATTENDANT FEE*)
1' OWEN CORRINGTON, Manager.
. Steam Heat, Gymnasium. Needle and Shower Baths.
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I HORSESHOE BATH HOUSE 1
On Hot Springs Reservation.
71 BATHS_■ . ._. $9.00
Including Attendant Fees.
ONE OF THE BEST MEDIUM
PRICED HOUSES IN THE CITY
ED S. WEAVER, Manager.
PHONE 1652 ~
Headquarters for Havana Cigars
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Supplies With Mineral Water
WAS NOT LOPEZ.
Mexican Who Looked Like Him Cap
tured by a Posse.
Hi li glut in. Utah, Jail. 5.—Aroused
by a rumor that Ralph l.<*|x'z had es
ra<l i d tnim the Utah-Apex mine, a
hurriedly formed posse today closed
on a Mexican, but he proved not to
lie the desperado sought.
it was later learned that the three
miners who said they had heard Lo
pez trying to break down a bulkhead
had been deceived by a fall of rokk
in an incline. Although many miners
s arched the now unguarded work
ings in the hope of finding the gun
man's body, it generally was conced
ed he had escaped several we 'ks ago.
Sheriff Smith's one hope now is that
Lopez will lie apprehended in some
di.-tant city.
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Chamberlain’s Cough Remedy.
This remedy has no superior for
roughs and colds. It is pleasant to
take. It contains no opium or other
narcotic. It always cures. For sale
by all dealers.
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Let Sorrells Drug Co. look after
your kodak finishing 6-3-U
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BOWLING NOTES.
Joe "Hnllel" Hush of the Philadel
phia champions, arrived in tIre city
yesterday and Immediately joined the
bowling colony, putting up his first
score of 11*3 at ten pins, lie is ac
companied by J. H. Schmidt, who is
also some how ler. Last year w as the
first, year in the big league for "Hut
let” and lie made good to the extent
that he was put in the world's series
and pro\ed one of the best pitchers
of Hie day. Terry Turner is an old
friend of his and the two have ar
ranged for mountain hikes and howl
ing contests.
Tlie Southerns and imperials howl
a match game tonight.
OPTICIAN RECOVERS
BRIGHT S DISEASE
If. VV. Smith is a wholesale opti
cian of .Mason City, Iowa, Hearing
that he hail recovered from Bright s
disease we wrote hint and take the
following item from his letter in re
ply :
“Specialists pronounced my case
Bright's disease and incurable and
advised me to go south to prolong my
life. Went to Mineral Wells, Texas.
Became terribly bloated. Physicians
there made tests and found casts and
almost solid albumen. Several at the
Weils who had been cured by Fulton's
Renal Compound pursuaded me to take
it. Dropsy dropped forty-five pounds
in fourteen days, in three months 1
was back to business. ... 1 contin
ued the treatment over two years
and during the last four years have
not found it necessary to use any med
icine. i have received many letters,
all of which T have answered. Through
my correspondence I have learned of
a number of recoveries.”
if y u have Bright's disease do yoil
not owe It to yourself and family to
try Fulton’s Kenal Compound before
giving up? It can he had at Sorrells
Drug Co
Ask for pamphlet or write John .1.
Fulton Co., San Francisco.
WATERS WON POINT
IN CIRCUIT COURT
UNUSUAL CONTENTION OVER
SALE OF HOME, WHICH BURN
ED, GOES TO CHANCERY.
Judge Cotham Holds Tiiat tb» "uli
Purchase Price Being Paul, the Re
sponsibility Was With Purchaser.
In , one of the most unusual and
close legal contentions '.hat has been
in the courts he tv in some time. W.
\Y. Waters won a point yesterday
when Circuit Judge Cotham handed
down a decision tran;;''erring the case
to chancery court.
W. \V. Waters was the owner of a
home on Garden street wldr’i be sold
to Tom Hanley previous to the fire.
Hanley paid all the purchase price,
and the deed was to be executed
later. The home burned in the big
Are, and there arose a contention
There was no insurance on the house.
Hanley sued in circuit court for a re
covery of the whole sum of
which ho had paid for the house and
lot.
Attorneys for Waters moved tiiat
the case be transferred to a court of
equity that there lit might be deter
mined, If any return was due Hanley,
what sum that should be.
Judge Cotham said in his decision
tiiat there was clearly a subject of
contention in the case as to who
should bear the loss of the uninsured
property? He said if Waters hail in
sured Hie property, after the sale, for
Hanley, he would have done so only
as trustee, since the property was
sold, and Hanley would have been
entitled to the insurance in fare of
‘a fire loss that was protected.
Judge Cotham recalled a number
of decisions, which showed that
where property so bought, had in
creased rapidly in value, such as dis
covering oil. or gas. or minerals, the
purchaser had the right to force the
other to fulfill contract and turn over
the property, and that as the buyer
was entitled to such lienefits, of in
creased value, he also believed he
should stand any losses.
The case was covered exhaustively
for the benefit of tihe attorneys in
the case and the members of the bar
who in large numbers were in the
court room.
STOCKHOLDERS' MEETING.
Notice is hereby given that the reg
ular annual meeting of the stockhold
ers of the Hamp Williams Hardware
Company, of Hot Springs, Ark., will
he held in the office of said corpora
tion in the city of Hot Springs. Ark.,
on Wednesday, February 5, 1914. at
S o'clock p. rn., for the purpose of
electing directors ami the transaction
of such other legitimate business as
may properly come before the meet
ing.
HAMP WILLIAMS, President.
1-5-aot
MARTIN ANNOUNCES.
Is Candidate for County Superintend
ent of Rural Schools for This
County.
I'm cry M. Martin makes announce
ment this morning as a candidate for
county superintendent of the rural
s' hod* of the (ounty. submitting his
candidacy to tin- Democratic primary
eleeliort.
He was horn in Alabama and when
I year of age. his parents removed to
Arkansas and settled in Montgomery
county, which lias been his home un
til a I kui t, ten years ago, when he mov
ed here. He was reared on a farm
ami educated in tlie Amity high
s hool and the Mt. Ida Normal Acad
emy. himself meeting all the expen
ses of that education.
He began work as a teacher in the
year 1901 and lias since that time
taught sevenity-two months, most of
which teaching was done in Garland
county. He was formerly principal
of the Oaklawn scshool in this city,
and for two years was teacher of the
Morning Star school, end is now en
gaged as teacher in Lite special rural
district No. 1, Howard school.
Speaking of his work, Mr. Martin
says: “If you will inquire in the
districts where I have taught you
will find that 1 have always been on
the progressive list: always advocat
ing better school houses, better bcIiooI
furniture and equipment, and better
teachers and better teaching."
If elected to the office of county
superintendent he will endeavor to
secure a closer relation between
home and school, and make the
school house a social center. He will
also endeavor to follow the law dose
ty as to the examination and lirensina
of teachers, without prejudice.
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CALL METTING.
Supt. Crockett Calls Meeting of
Teachers, to Be Held Saturday,
January 17.
Comity Superintendent David A.
Crockett, has arranged for a meeting
of Garland county teachers, to he
held Saturday. January 17. ait. the
Jones school building, beginning
promptly at i) o’clock.
All teachers of the city and coun
ty schools are pvpeoted to tie pres
•mt. All school directors are urged
93 DAYS to
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EGYPT, INDIA and CEYLON.
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Leave NEW YORK, JAN. 15, 1914
COST includes shore excursions and all necessary expenses.
Excellent accommodations also available on this cruise for passage to MADEIRA,
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Write for booklet containing full information
HAMBURG-AMERICAN LINE
902 Olive St., St. Louis, Mo., or W. M. An derson. C. P. A., Ro—ck Island Lines, Hot Springs, Ark.; or H. V. f
tain Route, Hot Springs. Ark.
to attend and the general public cor
dially invited to tic present.
There will he an excellent program.
The presence of State Superintend
ent (ieo. I!. Cook and State Supervi
sor J. L. Bond will add dignity to the
Recast on, and their addresses will po
distinctive features of the program.
They are corning over from Little
ito: k especially to meet with the
teachers, directors and patrons.
City Superintendent Rose lias
agreiKl to make a talk, which is dc
signed to be especially helpful to
teacher* of both the 'city and rural
schools.
Supt. Cockott w ill act as < liaiirniaii
of ttie meeting. Following is the pro
gram :
Garland County Teachjrs' Meeting.
Invocation.«ev. S. C. Dean
Address of Welcome.
.Damp Williams
Vocal Solo.Miss Juanita Gilliam
Address- "IHstinotion Between Vo
cational and Cultural Education'’
.Hon. Geo. B. Cook
Discussion “How to Make Our
Schools Practical.”
leader, Mike Pittman.
Assistants, Eftie Sullivan. Roy
Standeler. Mrs. S .V Dorris.
Address — "Condition of Rural
Schools of Arkaiu-Us”.
.Supervisor J. L. Bond
Discussion—"Responsibility of the
Teacher to the Pupil."
Leader, Miss O'Connor.
Assistants, Miss Gladys Keller,
Miss Bessie Iloaz.
Vocal Solo.Miss Madge Witt
Address—"Ethical Courtesy of
Teachers to Co-Workers and
Their 'Superintendent”.
.CUty 'Superintendent M. Rose
Followed by Round Table Discussion.
Disctiscion “What I Have Done to
improve My School.”
Leader, .las. Traywick.
Assistants. Grover Watkins.
'Steele Kennedy, Tom Burton. Er
nest Traywick, Alva Campbell,
Arthur Chitwood, John J. Heron -
doit, Poftrl Splva.. Tom Massey.
REVOLT IS THWARTED.
Guayaquil, Ecuador, Jan. r>. A plot
to attack the barracks at Guayaquil,
Sunday night, was disc nvered by the
government in time to prevent a se
rious situation. Revolutionists under
Co!. Valle Franco were surprised
while making proportions. The lead
er was killed and others were dispers
ed. Troops patrolled the city-through
out the night.
Several govcnment officials involv
ed in the rebel campaign in Esmeul
ilas have been brought to court mar
tial.
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DELEGATES APPOINTED.
ilamp Williams, of the Qood Roads
Association of Garland County, has
named the following delegates lo the
state convention, to he held in Lit
itle i{o<'k on Januay 14:
W. W. Waters, Hi am Whittington,
Walter W. Little, M. A. Kisole, C. N.
llix, Dr. A. C. Williams, Hr. VVr. O.
Forbes, County Judge Mooney. H. A.
Jones. 'Simon Cooper, Gus Strauss, A1
Reynolds*, Tom Pettit. Joe Corrlng
ton, Robert Sigrnan -and Isaac Lowen
haupt.
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stimulant, but something specially I
adapted for supplying the necessary J
food and tonic properties to repair
the wasted nerve tissues.
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for this purpose. To all persons suf
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form, or from bodily or mental ex
haustion. anemia, sleeplessness—or
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