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real difficulty dull blades - or possibly a badly adjusted frame? Both of these bad features are overcome in the present day perfect Gem Damasheene Safety Razor_ the result of years of experi ment and study. See Our Window Display This Week It s a Plan to Popularize the Best Safety Razor on the Market and to make new buyers familiar with its merits ■ a As an extra inducement we are empowered to present you with One Gem Damaskeene Blade Free! Come in and let us demonstrate the superiority of the “GEM" over all its rivals. It wili be a profitable education to all eelf-shavers. Remember, the demonstration is FOR THIS WEEK ONLY R. G. MORRIS DRUG CO., 802 CENTRAL AVE. SOUTHERN PHARMACY, DUGAN STUART BLDG. SORRELLS DRUG CO., 432 CENTRAL AVE. SCHNECK DRUG CO., 626 CENTRAL AVE. ! HOT SPRINGS FOUNDRY CO. High-Class IRON, STEEL, BRASS AND ALUMINUM CASTINGS Manufacturers and Dealers In Structural Iron for Buildings Gratings, Fire Escapes and Iron Fences a Specialty. Address. Valley and Runyan Sts. TELEPHONE 1349. P. O. Box 293. TRY OUR * medicinally purb COLD CREAM ALSO CROUP SUET FOR BABY 717 CENTRAL AVE. W« spi’i-ln I ir.p In o.'mpmimlln* drug. and (lls(M'iiali)K physician'* pivacrlptlona Its Belter than Gold Bonds for Investment Hempwailace Town Lots on the M. D. &. G. R. R-, 11 miles west of Hot Springs. Eaey I payments—$5.00 down and $5 00 per month on each lot. See— > Arkansas Real | Eslate Company CITY, AGENTS. PRACTICAL PAINTER, HARD WOOD FINISHER AND DECORATOR. Artistic frosrolnp a specialty. Why not havo your homes made beautiful^ Have plenty of references. Q. HANSEN 76S N. Dunlap St., Memphi*. Tenri. Cures In 1 toS-U,. Connrrhom and tionnrrnoc h n'1;1 s i Contains nO poison nnn AailT W ■ msy boused lull strength absolutely without fe»r. WWT&nteed not to stricture. Prevents contagion. Wl IV wot me vm ipsriF? wuaranteert not to stricture. Prevents comag'oi WH V NOT CURE YOURSELF? At Druggists, or by pnrorl post II, or 3 bottles 12.75. batticulsrs with eaoh bottle or mailed on request. T**E EVANS CUEMICAL, CO., CtudiUMtt. O FAMOUS 0! I) EAGLE NUW ADORNS RANK BIRD SAVED MAN'S LIFE AND CAUSED A DOUBLE MURDER AT THE SAME TIME. Spokane, Wash., April 11.—Taxi dermists in Spokane recent 1> pre served an eagle which not only is one of the largest ever killed but which also lias played an important part in the romance of the Colville Indians for two-score years. The big bird has a spread of six feet and is title property of Clair Hunt, allotting agent for the Indians on the south half of the Colville reservation, in eastern Washington. This eagle is credited by the Indians with saving a mans life and indirectly causing a double murder. The story, as told by one of the leading tribesmen, in substance follows: "About lb years ago two young Indians, twin broth ers, fell in love with the most beau tiful and attractive young squaw on the reservation. The rivalry existed for two years. Finally one captured the prize, much to the disappoint ment of Hie jealous brotiher. For several months the successful broth er lived happily with his young and beautiful bride in a teepee in the shadow of the cliff where the far famed eagle's nest was located. one <la\ the disappointed brother rode up to the teepee and proposed to his fortunate brother that they climb to the top of tlhe mountain and secure eagle leathers from the shelf on the cliff. The proposition was agreed to, and after reaching the brink of the cliff it was agreed that the married brother, who was much • he lighter, slhoiild he let down by means of a lone rope to the nest. \s soon as be was lowered to the ,licit the brother above dropped the rope and retreated to the teepee, took his brother's bride behind him on his cay use and rode away down ihe valley, leaving ills unfortnnate rival on the shell of rock hub feet from tin* bottom and inn feet from tlhe top with no possible means of I ,.s< I'roiu Ins mmi perc-n me Indian li islmml could set* Ills bride being carried away down the valley for a distance of seven miles. It was nearly sunset when the old eagle that is now perched in the Bank of Colville came soaring down in front of the nest and with a shrill scream swooped down upon the un welcome visitor, burying his talons in the face and neck of the despond ent voung brave. The jilted husband, not earing whether he lived or died grasped the legs of the infuriated bird and plunged over tbe cliff. Down, down the bird and its human passenger floated to the valley be low and landed within a few yards of the deserted teepee. The >is eagle soared back to his home on the cliff- tiie young Indian mounted ills r iv use and rode in pursuit of the brother who 'had stolen his unfaith ,,,1 put beautiful bride. At about ten o'clock that evening the enraged husband caught up with the run ..way couple. In the heat of passion and jeolous rage he killed both his twin brother and his beautilu bride” U is a fact that the great eagle's nest was on a ledge of rock ■bin feet from the bottom of the chasm and IbO feet from the top, and that the Indians used to lower themselves on ropes to this refuge to get eagle feathers for their head dress. o— Drugs, rapid, free delivery 645. Public d>mg Co. I'bone 4 Mf POTATO ARE A PROFITABLE CROP WILL BRING BIGGER RETURNS THAN ANY OTHER SUBURBAN FARM PRODUCT GROWN. Washington, I). C. April 12-.—Irisli potatoes are one or the easiest ami most profitable suburban crops. They may be grown oil almost any type of soil which iKissesses sufficient mois ture and olant food, though tfliey thrive* best on sandy loam or gravel loam soils, and it is on these, types that maximum crons of high quality potatoes can lie produced. If the land which is to be planted to potatoes is not likely to wash in the winter, plow in the fall to a depth from b to lo incites if the character of the land will permit. Deep plow ing insures a greater water-holding capacity. iSpare no pains in fitting ttio land for planting. Thorough preparation is essential to large yields, advises the Department of Agriculture. Should a poor sod land he selected for a potato bed. apply "from 1,000 to l.lioo pounds of n fertilizer analyzing; front 2 to 11 per cent off ammonia, H to 7 per cent off phosphoric acid and 7 to S per cent of potash. If a stubble or corn land is used increase the ammonia contents to 1-2 or 1 per cent. Half the amonia should be de rived from dried blood, tankage, or other organic forms and I lie other half from nitrate of soda or ammon ium sulphate. Select a variety of send potatoes which is known to do well in the locality. Some good varieties of tlhe potato are Irish Cobbler, Karly Ohio, Hose Four, for early potatoes and Green Mountain and l’eerless for late growth. The importance of good seed can not lie too strongly empha sized. In fact first place, the seed should be free from varietal mixture and disease, and true to name and type. The tubers should be reason ably smooth and firm, with tlie lirsi sprouts just starting into growth. Wilted or badly germinated seed is not desirable. Plant these potatoes from .S to t> Inches in depth depending on the na ture of the soil. Plant shallow on heavy clay soils and deep and on litfht sandy or muck soils. Plant in fows from ‘10 to :!fi inches and from 10 to 11 inches apart depending on variety grown and the fertility of the soil. Early varieties can he planted closer than late ones. Cover seed with at least :i inches of soil. If planted as outlined 1 ."i to 30 bushels of seed potatoes per acre will he re quired. (live first tillage before plants push through the ground. The aim should he to keep the surface of the soil loose and free from weeds. Con tinue cultivations at frequent inter vals remembering to go shallow earth time, and gradually narrowing the space tilled. Potato plants are gener ally sprayed to protect them against leaf-eating insects pests or fungus pests. Protection against these in giects is usually secured by some form of arsenical poison such as (he arsenate of lead, or parls green. The potato plant may be protected against fungus diseases by keeping .it'- foliage covered with Bordeaux mixture. -o EGGS imported. From United States to Canada Last Year Amounted to 2,500,000 Dozen. Edmonton. Mta., April 12. While poultry growers in Edmonton have shipped a few cars of frerih eggs to Montreal, Toronto and other eastern markets, it must not he understood that tiie industry is overdone in \l borta. A. W. Foley, superintendent of the provincial poultry farm at South Edmonton, reports that fully 2,mm,mm dozen of eggs were, impor ted from the- Pnited States alone last year. “This, he said, “indicates RELIABLE HOME TREATMENT. The OURiN'K treatment for the Drink Habit can be used with abso lute confidence, it destroys all desire for whiskey, beer or other aeohollc stimulants. Thousands have success fully used it and have been restored to lives of sobriety and usefulness ('an lie given secretly. Costs ‘only ! $1.00 per box. If you fail to get re sults from ORKINK after a trial, your money will be refunded. Ask far free booklet telling nil about ORRIN'K. Sorrells Drug Co. there is yet a long way to go before our growers can even think of an ex port trade.” The production in VI berta in !!*!;! was 11.027,700 dozen of orgs, valued at $1,11111,ustj, and <><’• 7, tlllt fowl, estimated at $lt,,sr.ti. The provincial government has installed incubators with a toal capacity of •;ot) eggs at the snuthalde farm, where one day-old chicks arc sold to grow ers at a dual cost. There are 7**0 pure bred birds at the station. Sev eral hundred will be added tills year. Kgg circles are being organized In various communities. Look to \1our Plumbing. You know w.hat happen® in a house in which the plumbing i «• poor con dition -everybody in the house is liable to contract typhoid or some other fever, filio digestive organs perform tlie same functions in tho human body a* the plumbing <Poos for tho 'house, ami they should lie kept in first class condition all the time. If you have any trouble with your digestion take Ohambe'rlainV Tablets and you are certain to got quick re lief. For sale by all dealers. WASHINGTON AT VALLEY FORGE, 4-Reel Universal Special Regular Prices LYRIC MONDAY HILDRETH’S NEW STORE AND ICE DEPOT. John \V. Hildreth lias moved his ice depot, grocery and market from 207 Ouachita to 90:: Central avenue, where lie will be glad to greet old and new customers in his handsome? new quarters. 4-5-lin For Fine Upholstering, HOT SPRINGS UPHOLSTERING CO. Phone 210. 301 Third Street. EARNED A HOMESTEAD. While Awaiting Admission to Canada by the Immigration Authorities. Edmonton, \lta„ April 12.— Nitltio laff, a former subject of Russia, who passed five days and many nights at the entrance of the Dominion land office of Edmonton, earned property valued at JS.dhO by his lonely vigil, lie was the successful applicant for a homestead near Athabasca, lit; miles north of here. The Athabasca river passes through the holding, leaving 27.7 acres for actual use. This is val net! at $::(>() an acre. Before leaving here for his new home Nidhailnff said that lie will begin work at once to carry out his homestead duties. | There were two other applicant - for i the land, but they wit hdrew w hen they learned that N'iehailoff was prr pared to remain a month. The home stead was cancelled some time ago in con etpionee of l lie original filer not complying with the regulations, lie was given :!0 days in which to again occupy tlie land, tint lie took no heed i of this and the land was again thrown | open to settlement, with result no! oil. ARKANSAS FOLKS TELL ABOUT NEW AHHAITES UL HEALTH BE TODAY Stomach Sufferers Restored by Just a Few Doses of Wonderful Treatment. A lot of Arkansas people are need lessly suffering from stomach ail n cuts. A lot of others have found a way to health and deliverance from the derangements of the digestive tract, which seem to be particularly prevalent in the South, by the use of Mayr's Wonderful ijtooiaeh Remedy. There is no better proof of what this truly remarkable remedy will do than what it has done. Here are tin*words of two Arkansas people: \V11 1.1 AM A. HA IBM AN, DeAVitt, Ark., writes: "1 took your full treatment and was greatly benefited hy it. The amount of impurities re moved from my system was simply wonderful." OHARLIE SPBNOEJR. Monticello, Ark., writes: "I received your won derful stomach remedy and did not take it right away because 1 thought the dose was too large. But 1 felt so had that I mane nn my mind to take it and it has worked like ft charm am) has helped me so much my stomach I't'ols likn a now 0110." Those people know, because they took it and proved it. That is one of the line thin.’s about Mayr's Won derful Stomach Remedy. The first dose proves what it will do. ■Mayr's Wonderful Stomach Rem edy clears the digestive tract of mu coid accretion^ and removes poison ous matter. It gives quick relief to sufferers from ailments of t'he stom ach. liver and bowels. Many say it has saved them from dangerous op erations; many are sure it lias saved their lives. Because of the success of this remedy, there are many imitators, so be cautious. Be sure it’s Mayr’s. Probably it is known among your own neighbors. Ask them, Go to ft. G. Morris Drug Co.’s drug store and ask about the wonderful results P has been accomplishing among peo ple they know or send to Geo. H. Mavr, Mfg Chemist. 154-1 .it; Whiting St., Chicago, 111., for free hook on stomach ailments and many grateful [letters from people who have been j restored. Any druggist can tell you I its wonderful effects. Arlington Hotel and Baths ON U. S. RESERVATION. OPEN ALL THE YEAR. AMERICAN PLAN Every modern convenience for the Comfort him] pleasure of the highest type of resort patronage. Beautiful lobby, parlors, writing room and new Sun Par lor and Rest Room overlooking Reserva tion Park. Every hall of each floor con nected to the Mountain Park by steel bridges. $60,000.00 expended the past summer In completely rebuilding and re furnishing the Bath House; Installing every modern facility for the rooet per fect administering of the mineral waters* Including complete Iiydrotherapeutlc sys tem and automatic heating and venti lntinir Privn 1olevatnr service from / each floor to the baths ust-J exclusively for the bathers. V' Rates $'1.00 per day and up; $21.00 per week and up. A. fl. CJAINKP. President. JOK W. m It ftINGTON, Manager. Majestic Pharmacy I » fn Majestic Hotel. BATH SUPPLIES DRUG SUNDRIES PRESCRIPTION SPECIALIST R. S. BEASLEY. Proorielor. 'iptljMfT WHISKtY AND TO VI 0AC('O If.bit. Trratri .« \v |i.in>l- mrt IkmI Not imi> tfoll.kr nce< lw |Mi<l nut ! • 1:1,.. . .'I ! . rfrH P.«cc'* 3 da; t iquor 1 rriimenl. H»KM t I ( Kll • -• OR. PACE’S SANITARIUM HOT SPRINGS. ARKANSA! Sanitarium, 432 Spring Street. Ctty Office, 629 1-2 Central Money to Loan THE EQUITABLE Building and Loan Association A HOME INSTITUTION Will I.nan You Money In liny amount to luilld or improve your home. Payment in Monthly Installments to Suit. For mu purtiufWa call at Seecretary's office. R. K. KI.KIN, Pres. 111 It AM WHITTINGTON, Sec. W. P. PORRICI.T.8, K. P. CODLINGS, M J. llKNDKUSON, Directors. 621 CENTRAL AVENUE. UPHOLSTERING. Having opened an Upholstering business we are prepared to do work in that line in all its branches. Prices reasonable quality of work (■■ nsidered. HOT SPRINGS UPHOLSTER ING CO. Phone 210. . 301 Third St.. 3-3-1 in L. G. Reader 8TAPLE AND FANCY GROCERIES We wish our friends to know w« arry everything tn the grocery tine Prompt delivery to all parts of the elt.' 1201 CENTRAL AVENUE Crystal Street Sanitarium G. K. MARTIN, Owner and Manager. Equipped with Operating Room and Modern Appliances, not only for the Surgical Patient, but a Home for the Invalid and Rheumatic. Morphine, Drug and Drink Ifaldts Cared for. Experienced and Educat ed Nurses in Attendance. Telephone 1555, No. 1 Crystal Street. HOT SPRINGS, ARKANSAS. M., D. C. G. TIME TA-BLE. Effective March 1Slh. ID H. the Memphis, Pallas <v- <! nl T Railroad schedule between Hot Springs and Glen wood will he as follows: No. 3. No 1. I.v Hot Springs.I* ;l" pm. pi.pi am Ar. lilmwood .S.2U pm. 1.30 pm. No. 2. No. 1 ■ Ar Hot Springs.PI «■ am. r..0« pm Lv i lien wood . Tift am. 2.PI pm. These are exclusive passenger trains and will he daily until further notice. jlWADAM MAYS'EA] J Gifted clairvoyant and spiritual ist medium Office hours: S a.m. \to 8 p.m. 210 Fountain street, hel per known a? Happy Hollow. nHICHESTER SPILLS r«wy or ror. 1»ru«cUU A kfori IM-t iri>-TKII# m \MOM» It It AS!) I'lLM, f or *0 years kucwni'i Bent. Safest. Always lleliaWe SOI DBV DRUGGISTS tVERYWHfJtE NO PAIN, NO HIGH PRICES All Dental Work Guaran teed. A few of our prices: 212 kt. 30 Gauge Gold Crown and Bridge Work $3.00 Teeth Fill.50c up Set Teeth, Guaranteed to tit $5.00 up Painless extraction 50c UNION PAINLESS DENTISTS Established 10 Year*—Here to Stay 744 1-2 CENTRAL AVENUE t The cnhj Qenulne Reeled Institute fn jfffan Por LIQUOR and DRUG USING. 702 Park Avenue, iOT SPR'NGS, ARK. Our pntTonts Imvo the advantage of tke sprli Orient Ittl ll"t Iiikh lialhH Correnpondeno# eon INVESTIGATION SOLICITED. Telephone 225. DR. J. C. WHITACRE. MANAQER. JUST THINK best $2.00 HAT earth “The Hatterie” Manufacturers and Hat Spec ialists. High Class Renovating and Re modeling. 245 Central Ave. Phone 699. 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 VtjWH SICK MAN DON’T leave Hot Springs Until You Investigate LOPEZ No Medscine Has Such Proofs of its Marvelous CURES. Be Convinced LOPEZ Rt MEDY CO. 101 CENTRAL V» Site ir dll tar Oor FIEF iCCKLET u lilt*. Sen nt Print! diimii Cockburn Ostrich rarm FINE OSTRICH PLUMES AND NOVELTIES City Store : : : 334 Central Avenue Visit the Alligator Farm Ron the MARIN K MUST5TTM Specimens of All Kinds. See Big Joe, the Oldest Alligator in Captivity. See 1,000 Live Alligators, Large and Small, on Kxhlblt. TAKE WHITTINGTON AVENUE CAR. DON’T FAIL TO VlSIf THE Hot Springs Kennels The LarEPKt Kennels in the World devoted exclusively to the breed ing of high class Boston Terriers and Frneh Bull Dogs. The most attractive and instructive exhibit at Hot Springs. Young and ma tured stock ou sale. K C. SPENCER, Owner. END WHITTINGTON AVENUE CAR LIME.