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! AMERICAN PLAN.
--—- - ' I”. .— ■ LOCATION UNRIVALED HOTEL PULLMAN ! “Cbe oi the Uallev” Jos. Longinotti, Owner and Proprietor. Situated m the Heart of Hot Springs and the ONLY Flrat Class Hotel directly opposite the U. S. Government Reserve tlon, Promenade* snd Bath House Row The Pullman Hotel offers the best accommodations at the lowest rate* of any flrstxlas* hotel In the city, and solicits your Inspection before locating permanently. SPECIAL RATES BY THI WEEK AND TO FAMILIES Arlington Hotel and Baths ON U. S. RESERVATION. OPEN ALL THE YEAR. AMERICAN PLAN Every modern convenience for the comfort and pleasure of the highest type of resort patronage. Beautiful lobby, purlois, writing room and new Son Par lor and Best Boom overlooking Keserva tlon Park. Every hall of each floor con nected to the Mountain Park by steel bridges. $50,000.00 expended the pasf simmer In completely rebuilding and re furnishing the Bath House; installing every modern facility for the most per fect administering of n-« mineral waters, Including complete liydrothcrapeuUe sys tem and automatic heating and venti lating. Private elevator service from each floo- to the bath* used exclusively for the ba tiicrs. Rates $1.00 per day and up; $21.00 per week and up. A G. GAINES, President. JOE W. CORB1NGTON. Manager. ME MAKE MAPS and BLUE PRINTS “BLUEPRINTS" ‘ WHITEPRINTS" “BLACKPRINTS” (On Paper or Clotli) For real estate.townsite. colomza t on a id Promotion Interests, Surveyors. Archi tects.Contractor*. We Execute Orders Same Day Order is Received No Delay-rain or shine Largest elec ric blueprint machine and mapmaking equpmcnt in tha southwest Send t!s your blueprint w rk SATISFACTION GUARANTEED— botli as to prices and work THE BURNHAM CO. ENGINEERS SURVEYS MAPS REPORTS 408-9 Citizens Bank Building Phone 2248 Hoi Springs, Ark. Our Great February Clearance Sale Starts Monday the 2nd and Lasts for Ten Days. PRICES REDUCED FROM 20 TO 40 PER CENT We want our Hot Springs friends to take advantage of this a great oppor tunity. DMiss St. We will reserve all goods purchased until you are ready for shipment. While we can not pay freight at these reduced prices, we will pay your Rail road Fare. OUR JONES HOUSE FURNISHING DEPARTMENT 4th, 5th, 6th and 7th Floors CLAUDIUS JONES. Manager. GUS BLASS CO. I LITTLE ROCK, ARK. neiWMiiira ■—————■ ■ mm mhmJ THAT SUIT OR GOWN Which is too good to discard and yet not satisfactory in re gard to appearance or color, can be cleaned and dyed so that it will ! LOOK JUST LIKE NEW and the cost will be a trifle to think what improvement it makes on the garment.. It is cheaper to dye than to buy. We are anxious to dye for you. THE EMPORIUM CLEANING AND DYEING PLANT Work called for and delivered. 209 Central Ave. Phone 1147. Automobile Tires Firestone, Goodrich, and Diamond. Sorrells Drug Do. Agents. FOR SALE NO. 4.—Two varan! comer lota adjoin ing Morrison & Holding Addition, front ing on Bolding avenue sewer and city water on side line of lo|a Surre Hiding lota cannot lie purchased for leas than *300 each. For quick sale will sell both for JiOO. - SOCIAL CALENDAR Thruaduy, February 5.—-Lotus Club. Oaklawn Club. Sans I’ariel Club. Arlington Tango Tea. Methodist Silver Tea. Friday, February 6.—-Majestic Dance (Informal). Arlington Dance (Informal). Saturday, February 7.—Eastman Dance (Formal). Hot Springs Chapter, U- p. C. Musical Art Club. Baptist Musicale. Saturday Afternoon Rook Club. Monday, February 9.—Third Street M. E. Missionary Society. Wednesday. February 11.—-Christian Ladies’ Aid Society. Friday, February 27.—-Daughters of American Revolution. Saturday, February 28.—-Civics Club. OUAKESUP CLUB. The officers of the Ouakesup Club are; Mi's, (lamp Williams, president; Mrs. Chas. Caldwell, secretary; Mrs. C. C. Sparks, first vice president; Mrs. David Burgauer, treasurer; Miss Lula Boldin, press correspondent. Tha papers read at the last meeting by Mrs. L W. Smith on “Resources of Arkansas,” and by Miss Lula Beldin on Arkansas Writers.” were consid ered two Of tile best of tWe ye;y. Mrs. Chas- Caldwell's beautiful contralto voice was particularly pleasing when she rendered "The Homespun Dress,” ;i song of the ante-bellum Southern girls' dresses. Mrs. I. E. Harper’s paper on '‘Household Economics" was splendid, and the poem '"Dixie,” by an Arkansas writer was well rendered by Mrs Walter Sammons. BAPTIST LADIES' AID. Tlu* Baptist Ladies' Aid Society had a delightful meeting Tuesday in the ladies' parlor of the church. The pas tor, Rev. Dana Terry, made a fine ad dress on missionary work. He will hereafter act as teacher of the Indies' class that is following a course of study on mission work. Mrs. L. W Princeh use is president and Mrs Charles Webh, secretary of the so ciety. THE HOTELS The Arlington Hotel lias arranged its weekly dance schedule as follows: Formal hall every Tuesday evening: tango tea from 1 to (! every Thurs day afternoon; Informal dance on Fri day evenings. The Eastman Hotel will give its in formal dance every Mtuday even ing and its formal dance every Sat urday evening. The Majestic Hotel will give its in formal dance every Friday evening. -o— THURSDAY'S MISSIONARY TEA. Mrs. \Y (). Headlamp 133 Prospect avenue, will be hostess to the Mis sionary Society of Central Methodist church in entertaining their friends and visitors in a silver tea Thursday afternoon, from 3 to (5. This is meant for a general good time and every member of i le church and friends will lie cordially welcom ed Visitors, wishing to spend a pleasant afternoon, are invited. -o— -— The Lotus Club wiii meet with Mrs. | I. H. Avery, tlfi:! Prospect avenue, I this afternoon at 3 p. m. The Oaklawn Club will meet with J>r. and Mrs. R. J. Lewis this even ing. -o CONG. HOUSE OF ISRAEL. The Mothers' Club m ets the first Tuesday in every month in the ves try room of the temple The annual election of office: t,c cur red this week. The work of the administration was .-vo satisfactory that all officers were re-elected f r another year, as fodows: Mrs. A. U. Rhine, president; Mrs. Sam New mail, vice president; Mrs Victor Wald stein, secretary; Mrs. Phil Levy, treasurer. This organization is one tnat works in the interest of the Sunday school children. Some of the work accom plished during the past year has been that of installing proper student*' chairs with desk arms for writing lesson work and the purchase of books. This organization also sends the teachers to cr nvention for teacii -o er training in the Sunday school. The Ladies' Temple Aid meet; lie first Wednesday in every mouth in the vestry of the temple- The elec tion of officers occurred yesterday. COUNCIL OF JEWISH WOMEN The Council of Jewish Worn *n is a local 'branch of the National (A nn cil of Jewish Women. This is a char itable organisation. The meetings oc cur every fourth Sunday in tli rnontu The officers > M; M S li rn:n president: Mrs. Joe Stone, acting ec ret ary; Miss Julia lloth. sc.it-uy Miss Irene Laser, treasurer. JEWISH SEWING CIRCLE. The Sewing Circle me every Wednesday. It is a branch of the La dies’ Aid. The meetings are held ii the temple. The members bring tin . nivti sewing and embroidery. This i. uot contributed to the dub or temp!.1 but the memibershi'p dues a-'e contrib uted to the choir fund. The member? take turn-about as hostesses. Refresh CONTINUED ON PAGE THREE. MRS. W. W. LAKE -— Tells Others How to Get Stronp and Well. Mrs. W. W. Take of Aberdeen Miss., says: "The grippe had left nu in a weak, run-down condition from which I suffered for some time. 1 tried different remedies but nothing seemed to do me any good until l took Vinol, from which 1 received great benefit. My cough Is almost entirely gone and I am strong and well again, and I am glad to recom mend Vinol to others who suffer as I did.’’ Mrs. Take's recovery was due to the combined action of the medicinal elements extracted from cods’ liverF -—combined with the blood making and strength creating properties of tonic iron, which are contained lr Vinol, and her cough disappeared of a natural result. Wo guarantee that Vinol will do nil we claim and will pay back your money if Vinol does not satisfy you. P. S. Stop scratching, our Saxo Salve stops itching. We guarantee it R. G. Morris Drug Co., Hot Springs Ark. McGEHEE-SMITH LUMBER COMPANY Mot Springs’ Newest Enterprise Dealers in Lumber, Lath, Shingles, Mouldings, Sash, Doors and Mill work. Yard at Malvern Road and Marlin St. City Office, 330 Valley St. ■y^jjr The cnly Gentlin' Keeley Institute in Jhlruttvu eelev |:°r liquor 1 ~ J and DRUG USING. Our patients have the advantage of tea Hot Springs baths. Correspondent# con fidential. -7/vi r> ,L. INVESTIGATION SOLICITED. 702 Park Avenue. Telephone 225. 10T SPRINGS, ARK. or. j. c. whitacre, manager. GOLDEN'S I PHONE 227 .MARKET ROOm AND BATHE AT THE New Hot Springs Bath House i..'n■ 1 ——G. M. smirtl. MGR.==================== OPPOSi TE THE ARLINGTON HOTEL ON FOUNTAIN STREET J . . ....... ... - IMPERIAL PORCELAIN TUBS, ELECTRIC MASSAGE. ON GOV ERNMENT RESERVATION. PRIVATE DRESSING ROOM8. Mtaonesia Bath House Jr 21 BATHS $10.00 (INCLUDING ATTENDANT TEES) OWEN CORRINGTON, Manager. Steam Heat, Gymnasium. Needle and Shower Baths. YOU CAN’T BEAT !T Alameda Coffee Albatross Flour FIRST PRIZE WINNERS, 1907, 1908, 1!*":), 1910, I9lt; no prizes awarded on coffee or flour 1912. •L..*_._ ■ _ - - ASK YOUR GROCER The Hale! BEST MEDIUM PRICED BATHS IN CITV CLEAN AND SANITARY MARBLE BATHING HALL ! PRIVATE DRESSING ROOMS. BEST SERVICE BT TRAINED ATTENDANTS R. JOYC E, Manner. a... —--—_______i MOTEL OPEN JANUARY 20th TO APRIL 15th. All rooms with pri- Raided! NpW Conducted on Both vate baths supplied _ with mineral water. Private automobile | Bath ISousei service between ho- $21 a Week and U»» tel and golf links for Improvements This Year European: ^ut sls* Over $50,000 a Uay ami Up. HOT SPRINGS1 LARGEST HOTEL ACCOMMODATIONS FOR 1,000 GUESTS LYMAN T. HAY, A. B. GAINES, E. T. OSBORN, General Manager President Manager ————- -- -