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I No Boiling, No Pot, No Grounds 1
B Three G WASHINGTON COFFER: B
BB Absolutely pure coffee of the tines! quality, exactness in Hi
wB strength and flavor, and 110 WASTE. Three more winning H
^B points for G Washington. B
H Surrounded by agreeable points is the seventh, which we TO
think is the greatest of all, its convenience in iikc. TO
I G. Washington Coffee 1
■ is the ideal coffee for ttiose who arise early, breakfast at home, TO
■ and ove a good cup of coffee. Take it train lit from it-, provide
F8 > ursell with a tin of (5 W'u ,hln ion mad- in i h > ip' find of V|
■ coffee, It's for the pood of the household do ii ^B
4$^ A tin tliat will make. 25 cups is 2,(1 cents. ^B
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M 707 Central Avenue Phone 120 g
Money to Loan
THE EQUITABLE
Building and Loan
Association
A HOME INSTITUTION
Will Bonn You Money In miy amount to
build or Improve your homt.
Payment In Monthly Installments to Suit.
For full particulars call lit sen ifiury'a
office.
E F KT.F.IN, Pre*
HIRAM V\ lllTT/NCTON, Sec.
W. S. HORRKIXS. K. I' <;t.HjIJNfIH. M
J HUNHEKHON, 1 ilreetorsi.
621 CENTRAL AVENUE.
Bottled milk and cream delivered
to any part of the city, daily. Pure,
wholesome and rich. Tile Pasteu
rised Milk Co. Phono 15 4-21-tf
Or ••• >•• .••• .S ..,
WAR DECLARED BY MEXICO
Will not Interfere with me serving
Mexican Chili. Chili Mae Merchants
I.iincli and Hot Roast Beef Sand
wiehes wld de jraveys oozing out of
it ai the ICiupirc, X2.' Central avenue.
JACK HOODIN'10.
Pasteurized Milk at Holden’s Hro
eery. 4-24 I in
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FANS, nil nlites, right prices, v
is linu lz.-l's, (ill Central avenue. Photo
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STORAGE
Wnen you want to ator* houttahol'
oo,!s #p rrnla. jeiek of abtp furnlturt
all on
MURRAT TRANSFER. CO
V\ o have pot the only nreproof war*
iiiHf* In iho city. Warehouse oonetruct
<1 with separate apartment* for jov
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* 1 Mineral Spring in city doing good business. For ^
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0 1 5-room modern bungalow; bran new; never been 0
0 tenanted. Cost $1800. 50x176 It. lot on car line. Lot 0
0 beautifully wooded. Agreat bargain at $1500. One- 0
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1 34-acre tract of farm land on river and railroad, 0
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SPECIALS TODAY AT HARRY G. SMITH'S
PURE FOOD STORE.
This morning iny windows will lie filled with ns choice a selection
fancy fruits and vegetables ns are to be found any when in the city.
All have heen personally selected from (lie Browers' wagons with as
much care as if they were for my own use.
New Green Peas, String Means. S pring Turnips. White Squash, New
Red Potatoes, Tender Leaf Lettuce, Fancy Ripe Tomatoes, llmne Grown
Beets, Green Peppers, Green Onions, and Radishes. - t *■
FRUITS.
Strawberries, extra choice. Fancy Winesup \pples. Large Grape
Fruit. Pineapples. Choice Bananas and Red Bull Oranges.
Every order will receive my personal attention, and be delivered to
you promptly. I
PURE FOOD STORE
OUACHITA AND ORANGE. PHONE 120.
GOLDEN'S
I PH0NE 227 1
Takes Vff Freckles,
Re moves Tan*
Beautify your cun ipiesion. <iet
fid of thus* ireek!'.h. Y*»u ran
invest Mlc in a jar of W! I.
s >n i ui ck! i cm \m ’
am! they’ll di?appc at. Severe
-auft may require t*vo jars—
no more. \\ ■ positively guar
antor this. am! if your can
pif x i<'ii i. t fully rest red to
its natural. k.nity. narci* to refund your
' t. And addit «n,
WILSON’S HO ( KI I v 10. M , . ;» fin,-, fra
Kr•< * -1 t»»;It*t o rt am. i to,*mi i i .mi ha. i 11, ^i,> v,
jnd «i»»* s |ki-i|ivi ly remove i \\ and
I IO • -O.l* S. I i y it at • nr ri^k. Price 50c—
■” l»y mail if d«*ir< <| M mira ■ 11> in. t] 00.
Wfl ION’S I >ll' SKIN SOAP »i5c. Wihon
1 rrOI- < rt-.il. ( ( l.uikston, >. (. , maktr*.
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R (1 MorriH Druir f>>
GRAND OPENING OF
WlKIUliGtK-LAWSON
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MODERN METHODS ADOPTED TO
PRESENT A MODERN STORE
TO PATRONS OF THIS CITY.
Princess Orchestra Discourses Music
Piogram and Selected Talent of
the City Entertain While Store is
Receiving.
The- Woodcock tb Lawson new
store 01/ Ouachita avenue, or rather
their three store front opened last
night, in a public reception in which
modern methods were adopted for
the debut of one of the most modern
stores in the state of \rkansas, and
one wthieli is distinctly a Hot Springs
institution abreast of the times.
Brilliantly lighted, every depart
ment hand oiucly displayed, and with
a full complement of employes to
assist in the reception, the hosts
were ushered through the entire
store, where compliment and con
grutulution were showered on the en
terprise exhibited.
Souvenirs for the ladies in the pre
sentation of white carnations, and
cigars for the men, dhowod an appre
ciation of the response to the an
nouncement made of, this formal
debut of the Woodcock tb Lawson
store.
The Princess orenesira presented a
select program of popular numbers,
which was interspersed with special
numbers irom the best of the musical
talent of Hot Springs, its evidenced
in the following program which was
rendered:
“Love At My Heart"—Miss Madge
Witt.
"Hose in Bud" —Miss Juanita Gil
liam.
Solo, selected -Hr. Hikes.
"Last Niglht Was the Knd of the
World” Miss Anderson
' In the Garden of Mj Heart"—‘Mrs.
K. M. Aldridge. Jr.
Piano Solo -Mrs. Mabel Woodcock
Hikes.
Huet, “Hark* Hark! My Soul"—
Miss Witt and Mrs. Aldridge.
Mrs. Hikes, who played the accom
paniments, is organist for one of the
largest churches in Cleveland, Ohio,
where Dr. Hikes is also engaged as
a deist.
It would he difficult to guess the
number of people who attended the
opening hut the three urge store
rooms were during the entire even
ing. the scene of a shifting audience
of the substantial citizenship of Hoi
Springs.
Run Down Condition
4 Long Rest and Absence From
Business Seemed Necessary.
Quickly Restored at Home By
ALKANQ
Hint} of the Blood.
Alknno Kemedy ('a., Kansas City.
Mo. Gentlemen; During tlie months
>f July, August, September and Octo
ber, I was, on account of overwork, in
t rundown condition physically, t
'Pent fully half my time at home in
•ed under a doctors cure and wlia.t
time 1 was at the office 1 was more
than useless as a business man.
I had headache, flashes of fever, in
Jlgestion and no appetite. I was ir
ritable and without energy, and was
indergoiug all the unpleasantness ot
ui overworked system and attending
>lood conditions.
About November 1st my condition
lecarne so bad that 1 could no longer
ook after business, and ns I saw it,
tad to decide between pressing on
•vith my work with a long sickness,
ivhlch seemed inevitable, or take a
<>ng rest. 1 decided on the rest and
tad fixed the day to leave for Cuba.
Vbout this time I met o friend, who
:old me of Alkano and advised me to
:ry it. I did so.
I have taken three bottles and have
sever felt better or stronger in my
ife than now. I have a good appetite,
food digestion, a clear head, no head
lehe, abundant energy and a steady
nerve. In fact, I feel like a farm boy,
ind better than I have since 1 left the
arm.
1 attribute my present condition to
Mkano and recommend It to anyon*
In a rundown or overworked condition
^erv truly. F. W CASNEH.
For sale exclusively by ft. G Mor
is Drug Co , Hot Spriugs, Ark.
FOREST FIRES
ARE ABATING
MUCH APPREHENSION CAUSED
BY MEAGER REPORTS FROM
ISOLATED REGIONS.
Heavy Property Damage Resulted
From Fires That Swept a Part of
Wisconsin, Minnesota and Michigan
St. Paul, Minn., May 19. -General
relief from forest and brush fires
that tor several days have swept por
tions of Michigan, Wisconsin and
Minnesota, causing heavy property
damage and in several villages and
I towns endangering the lives of inhab
itants. was reported tonight in dis
patches from the affected districts.
Most of the lires were reported to be
under control.
Greatest apprehension was caused
by meager reports from isolated re
gions of the upper Michigan penin
sula, which told of iicavj damage to
timber holdings. The situation in the
Michigan copper district was well in
hand.
Hash- iKiver, Mien., was threatened
with destruction, but the flames wen
subdued tonight. Countless fires
were burning along (the eastern shore
of Keweenaw peninsula. Several
farmhouses were destroyed in tin
district south of Houghton.
Fires today surrounded iron Tiiv-r.
Wis., hut aside from burning a rail
road bridge did no damage. Two
bridges on the Duluth South Shore
railroad near Ashland, Wis., were
burned, and six dwelling houses were
destroyed at Colquet, Minn., before
tlie lire there was controlled. Kve
ieth, Minn., reported a valuable stand
of timber endangered.
Reports indicated a sutwidence of
the brush fires in the vicinity of Du
luth and Superior and further heavy
damage was not anticipated.
Fires in tthe vicinity of Hayward,
Wis.. which endangered numerous
farm houses toady were believed to
he under control tonight.
Fire Reports Declared to Be Exag
gerated.
Lansing, Mich., May 19.—Charles
Hoyt, deputy state game and forestry
warden, declared today that reports
of great forest fires sweeping the
upper peninsula of Michigan are ex
aggerated. The department, how
ever, today learned that one thousand
acres of timber land are on fire in
Chippewa county. Unofficial reports
from i’etoskey said serious fire were
raging in the northern part of Knimet
county. t
Other fires were burning in Alpena.
Cheboygan, and Otsego counties, but
alt were confined to slashings and ni
standing timber had been burned.
Five Thousand Men Fighting Fires
Detroit, Midi., May 19. Although
forest brush fires are burning *n
scores of places In the northern part
of lower Michigan, the damage thus
far lias not been great. More than
five thousand men are fighting the
flames and Indications late tonight
were they would he successful in pre
venting heavy loss.
Peru Slmr. a deserted lumber town
in Alpena county, was wiped out to
day. A few farm buildings in widely
separated communities are said to
'have been hurne'’.
DANIELS CALLED TO CAPITAL.
Charleston, S C., May 19.—fiecre
tary Daniels left here tonight for
Washington after he had received a
message from the national capital
The nature of the communication was
not made public
The secretary de'ivered the com
menceun lit address tonight at t ie
graduating class of the college o!
Charleston and departed shortly alt
i rvvard. lie originally planned to re
main here over tomorrow a id inspect
the navy yard.
ROOSEVELT
ARRIVES HOME
CONTINUED FROM PAGE ONE.
lint he decided not to say what hi*
would do.
lie stopped short, then raising it is
nine, said with a laugh:
“You see, I still have the same big
stick."
“It seems good to be home," he
continued, warding off further ques
tions.
In sidle of Colonel Roosevelt's
weakened condition and tiis loss r.f
considerable weight, ilits relatives
showed no uneasiness as to his con
dition. They said he hud nearly over
come the effects of the jungle fever
and that after a week's rest at his
home he would he as fit as ever.
There was a family reunion at
Sagamore Hill tonight, it was Mrs.
Roosevelt who devised and directed
the arrangements to make her hus
band's (home-coming a quiet one. Few
persons in the village of Oyster Hay
knew when the colonel would reach
here nr how he would comp. The
village band had been practicing
furiously for a week on “Hall to the
THE EXPRESS IS IN THIS TOWN
AND IN TO STAY
FOR seventy-live-years—three- whom this protest—the expres_
quarters of a century—the ex- companies? No! The merchants of
press has been the right-hand the country—-shippers everywhere
of the shippers of commercial —petioned Congress that no ac
America. The Express came to Hot tion be taken that might have the
Springs in 1871), and it came to effect of forcing the express coin
stay. For 35 years it has been panies to retire. Commercial or
the right-hand of commercial Hot ganizationsall over the land have
Springs, Ark. joined in this appeal toWashington.
It is here to stay. The other day For seventy-five years in the
when reports went out that the ex- past and for a good many more
press companies might retire from years in the future Express Ser
business, a protest went up. From vice will mean
PF|RSONAL SERVICE—FULL RESPONS 1BIL1TY
WELLS FARGO & CO. EXPRESS
E. W. MURPHY. Agent
ao:j central avenue telephonf: 20t
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CIVILIANS JOINING HUERTA’S ARMY
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1I 1 ~ ■ -■ v-^fc. ar ■^w T'-^aa. ' ~a». -jk. “
Though the bulk of (tenoral Huerta's army Is composed of fairly well-equipped arid drilled troops, a lot of
civilians have joined It lately, aud those here photographed are a fair sample of the character of these raw
soldiers.
t'hief,” tlie school children hud been
drilled in singing ' America," and a
great, store of (lags and hunting was
on hand to decorate the village. One
citizen purchased a kig of gunpowder
with t'lie avowed intention of firing a
salute of Jl guns with it rusty old
cannon in the public square, tint Mrs.
Kooscvelt preferred to have the cele
bration delayed, fearing her husband
would be too tired to go through with
it. It is expected that Oyster Hay s
official welcome will take place
Thursday.
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CRUISER CHESTER DISABLED.
Vera Cruz, May 16. The United
States cruiser Che ter is disuldeii h>
engine trouble off I’uerto Mexico, ac
cording to report - received here to
night. The Salem sailed to relieve
the crippled boat, which will come in
Vera Cruz tor repairs
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WALTERS SENTENCED.
Opelousas, I.a., May lit. Idle im
prisonment was the sentence imposed
I’avy on \V. ('. Walters, recently con
victed of kidnaping a-year-old Robe*
Dunbar. Tlie jury had found Walters
“guilty without eapital punishment. ’
Prior to pronouncing sentence the
court had overruled the motion of
Walters’ counsel for arrest of jud ■
meat. Notice of appeal to the stale
.supreme court was given.
CONSTIPATION
VANISHES
One little choeoiate coated HOT
SI'HINOS LIVRH- Bl'TTON tonight
means joyful satisfaction in the morn
ing. They are wonderful, willing
workers, and the way they tone up a
torpid liver and drive foul secretions
from the bowels is a blessing.
They are fine for upset stomach
too, and lack of appetite, also for
nervousness, biliousness and dizzi
ness. If you will take one a night
for a week you'll know what ambition
and energy realty are.
You’ll look better, too; your skin
will be clearer; pimples will start to
disappear and eyes will bright' n with
the supreme joy of living.
A box for 2-‘> cents at all drug";-t
and money back if they aren’t just ‘
rive best for constipation you ever
tried
LIVER AND STOMACH
USED MANY DIFFERENT REMEDIES WITH NO RESULT BUT FINAL
LY SUCCEEDED WITH THEDFORU'S BLACK-DRAUGHT.
Hidgeway. Va.—Prof. T A. Walker,
nf this town, says: ‘"Twenty odd ^
years ago, I beianio a teaeher. The,
work was very confining and did not
then very well agree with my lieait.lt, J
and soon 1 became a great sufferer
from liver and stoma'll I roubles.
I used many kinds of liver and
stomach remedies, but from none of
then did 1 receive anything more
than temporary relief Vet, it seemed
that I was compelled to lake some
kind of liver and stomach medicine.
I became despondent and hardly
knew what to do.
Along about this time Thedford's
Hlack-lfraupht was recommended to
me. 1 bought some and began its ,
use. It <lii| not take me long lo hi •
cover that I was nsinr a superior
medicine. It thoroughly cleansed my
liver and stomach, and gave me an
almost ravenous appetite. \1 > indigo. •
tion soon passed away, and so did my
brown an asy-looking complexion, la
short. I felt like a new being.
Now, | keep Mack-Draught on hand
a t the time, and take it occasionally.
I cannot afford to lie without it. If
I ever have a sick spell, I take (slack
Draught, and it always hrtnas relief.
I verily believe that Mack-Draught is
the best liver and stomach medicine
that ever was made.” j ‘ ,
Costs only one cent a dose. At all >
druggists. (.1. A. S)
Southern Bowling Alleys
ROBT. McROBF-RTS. Prop.
DUGAN-STUART BLDG.
)pposite Arlington Hotel
Four Regulation Alley*
Billiard Table*
More pleasure can be d*
rived from a game of ten
pins Ulan from any otner
sport. It »ende Indigestion
ind poor circulation to tne
"four wind* ’’ _
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ROOF GARDEN .
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