TO HELP OTHERS
By Telling How Lydia E. Pink
ham’s Vegetable Compound
Restored Her Health.
Miami, Okla. — “I had a female
trouble and weakness that annoyed
me continually. 1
tried doctors and all
kinds of medicine
for several years
but was not cured
until I took Lydia E.
ble Compound. I
hope my testimonial
will help other suf
fering women to
try your wonderful
Mary R. Miller, Box 453, Miami,Okla.
Another Woman who has Pound
Health in Lydia K. Finkliam’s
Lindsborg, Kansas. — “ Some years
ago I suffered with terrible pains in my
side which l thought were inflammation,
also with a bearing down pain, back
ache, and I was at times -awfully ner
vous. . I took three bottles of Lydia E.
l'inkhnm’s Vegetable Compound and
am now enjoying good health. I will
be glad to recommend your medicine to
any woman suffering with female trou
ble and you mny publish this letter.”
Mrs. A. L. Smith, it. No. 3, Box GO,
If you have the slightest douht
that Lydia It. IMnkhum's Vegeta
ble ('oin pound will help you, write
to LydiaE.Pinkham Medieinet'o.
(confidential) Lytin.M ass., for ad
vice. Your letter will be opened,
read and answered by a woman,
and held in strict confidence.
TKYING TO HEORGAlir
CHAIRMAN OF BOARD OF DIREC
TORS APPEARS BEFORE PUB
LIC SERVICE COMMISSION.
Si. Louis, May 21.—Winslow S.
Pierce, chairman of the board of di
rectors of tiio Wabash railroad, spent
four hours on the witness stand at
the hearing here today before the
Missouri public service commission
explaining a proposed plan for the
reorganization of tihe Wabash rail
road. Public service commissioners
iropj. (>hio, Illinois and Michig*-^ sat
"' with the Missouri commission.
Mr. Pierce detailed the part Kuhn.
Loch ,v Co. would have as the hank
ing syndicate that has agreed to un
derwrite the reorganization plan. He
explained that if stockholders of the
present company do not exchange
tit 'ir holdings for stock in the new
Company and pay an assessment of
$20 a share on their present holdings,
the syndicate would take over the
Shares on which assessments were
not paid, pay the assessment and re
ceive a share of common stock for
each $20 paid.
■ Asked if the plan did not content
plate the freezing out of those pres
ent shareholders who would not pay
their assessments, Mr. Pierce ex
plained that it would be impossible
to finance a reorganization if a syn
dicate did not underwrite it and that
probably most of the Shareholders
Would not pay the assessment except
under coercion contemplated in the
K Al r. Pierce said George .1. Gould
and olliers representing Hie Missouri
Pacific Iron Mountain holdings of
Wabash stock opposed Hie reorgan
isation plan. He explained that the
Missouri Pacific probably did not ap
prove Hie plan because of the uncer
tain condition of its finances.
sm The reorganization plan contem
plates raising $20,380,000.
r All comrades of the Cl. A. II. arc re
Bipvcifully requested to meet in front
|*c«f the iiostotfftoe at 7:30 p.m. Sunday
if':'May 2t, for the purpose of attending
Pmemorial service »t St. Luke's church
f; which v.i'Jl he at S p.m.
i.T. H. A VICKY, Commander.
G. 3. Morris, Adjt. u-22-2t
Most Prompt and Effectual Cure For
When you have a had cold you want
' a remedy that win not only give re
! lief, but effect a prompt and perma
nent cure, a remedy that is pleasant
to take, a remedy that contains noth
ing injurious. Chamberlain’s Cough
Remedy meets all these requirements.
It acts on nature’s plan, relieves the
lungs, aids expectoration, opens the
secretions and restores the system to
a healthy condition. This remedy
has a world wide sale and use, and
can a ways be depended upon. Sold
by all dealers.
Quit Calomel! It Is dangerous. Try
Grigsby's Liv-ver-lax, that vegetable
liver syrup, guaranteed .to .produce
even better results than calomel. It
is absolutely harmless and pleasant to
take. Any child can take it with
safety." Ask R. G. Morris Drug Co.
lace curtains laundered: satisfac
tion ciiaraiueed. Phone 22<U
IDEAD MAN HELD A
INQUEST HELD OVER JAMES D.
DEFREN PROVES HE DIED
FROM CAUSES UNKNOWN.
Had Been Convicted in Sebastian
County of Murder in Second Degree
and Four Years Later Was Par
doned From Prison.
James D. Defren, about whom little
or nothing is known other than that
in Sebastian county in 1!H)7 he was
convicted of second degree murder
and given it 21-year sentence in the
state penitentiary, and four years aft
et wards pardoned by Governor Dona
igliey, died alone in a tent in the
"down the creek” district south of
the city, as evidenced yesterday by a
coroner's jury, “from unknown
DoFren was rather an old man.
Some few weeks ago neighbors first
saw him under his little tent, where
lie kept bachelor quarters. Then lie
took sick. He called for morphine,
and nad it supplied, as lie had some
money. He did not want oilier at
tention. and cursed the neighborly
women who went to wait on him.
, After being sick about ten days be
was found in a dying condition, and
it was evident that lie had taken too
niueOi of the morphine, lie had told
otic of tiie women who carried him
tresii water and tilings to oat that he
would get. well—and then lie cursed
her for coming to it is quarters.
After his death, and when looking
about the tent, it was found tiiat De
Fren had been a soldier in the Civil
War, and that lie was receiving a
pension, though when DeFren before
his death was asked about this, lie
cursed and said be did not want the
fi. A. R. or anybody notified of uis
condition. In looking further through
his effects it was found that he had
cherished a pardon from the state
prison given him in 1911, and signed
by George W. Dottaghey. Ho bad
been convicted of second decree mur
der in the Sebastian circuit court and
sentenced to 21 years of hard labor
in the state penitentiary, and had
served four years.
The body was turned over to B.
Gross for interment.
Health a Factor in Success.
The largest factor contributing to
a man's success is undoubtedly
health. It has been observed that a
man is seldom sick when his bowels
are regular—he is never well when
they are constipated. For constipa
tion you will find nothing quite so
good as Chamberlain's Tablets. They
not only move the bowels but im
prive the appetite and strengthen the
digestion. They are sold by all deal
Habitual constipation and all liver
troubles san be cured by using
Grigsby's L iv-ver-Lax.. Ask R. G. Mor
ris Drug Co.
ljut. Horrells Drug Oo. look sftet
»our kodak finishing k-l-1,
In tlie near future announcement
will lie made of the date and place
of holding the annual Moose Min
strel, which this year will he under
the direction of Ralph Kelm. The
show is promised to ho out of tli •' or
tlinary, and some siK'cial vaudeville
numbers are being arranged.
Takes Off Freckles,
Beautify your complexion. < »et
lid of tli 'si1 freckles. Von can
invest 50c in a jar of Wil,
S< >N*S IK I ( Kl.l C KKAM
and they'll disappear. Severe
rases may require two jars—
no more. We positively guar*
amcc i it is. ana n your com
plcxion isn’t fully restorer! to
Its natural beauty, we agree to refund yotir
money without argument. And in addition.
\\ I! SON'S FRECKLE CREAM is it (me, fra
grant toilet cream. Doesn't <auv h.vi: t . grov
and does positively remov. T\N and
1 RECKI.KS. Try it at mir risk. Price 50c—
sent bv mail if derdnd. Mammoth jaiii 51.00,
Wll )N S l-‘ Y I K SII1 N >.\P . \\ dsnt,
1 retddc Cream Co., Charleston, Y.makers*
tor sale by
R. O. Morris Drug Co.
• For spring chicken meals, go •
• to Dobry's, Malvern Road. Tel- •
• ephone 1549. 4-11-tf a
Largest and Best Equipped Brick
Apartments in the City.
MRS. E. M. SHRIMPLIN, Prop.
Hot and Cold Running Water, Steam
Heat, Electricity and Gas in
Sleeping Rooms Summer Rates
224 PROSPECT AVENUE.
Two Blocks From Bath House Row.
This life of ours is wry uncertain
If your home Is mortgaged, pro
If you are married, protect your
wife and children.
If you are single, protect your old
days—la case you live to «ee them.
You can do this by lnsuriug today
The Mutual Life Iusnrance Co.
of New York
THOS. D. McCALLUM.
Phones 303 and 283.
310 Orange St. Phone 2336
Light Housekeeping Apartments and
New Brick Newly Furnished.
Special Bate to Permanent People.
MRS. MAXWELL & MISS HARRIS,
Arlington Drug Store
EISELE A HUNT, Prop*.
41ft Central Avu.. nnnoait* Arllnoton Hnt#l
400 Quapaw Ave. Phone 1990
Large halls and porches, all
ROOM AND BOARD
$7.00 TO $10.00 PER WEEK.
Special! Hates to permanent parties.
1 1-2 block to bath house.
Brick Building. Ideal Location.
Strictly modern light housekeeping
Rates Reasonable, Gas for Cooking
332 QUAPAW AVE. ~‘"pHOiTe”loTT
Water, Light, Heat and Linens Fur
alshed. All Outside Rooms
136 RAMBLE STREET.
Near Car Line, Hath Routes aud
f 15.00 PER MONTH AND UP.
Apply 312 Central Ave.
Phone 20 or 982. M. YAGEH
The handsomest and host small hotel,
In the city.
MRS. H. JERWiCIVS
236 Prospect Ave. Telephone 1381
Very central location—One block
of Bath Houae Row.
Hot and cold water tn room a. Al
tractive aun parlor. Bath on every
SUMMER RATES NOW ON
Taka Due to ho'et ana nave fares
J. P. PERRY, Prop.
221 Pleasant Street.
One Block East of Rock Island Depot.
Postoffice and Theater.
BOARD AND ROOM, $5 PER WEEK.
FURNISHED ROOMS $1 PER WEEK
HOME COOKING. PHONE 823.
Have Cooper's Agent Check Your
MRS. L. GRAY
SELECT PRIVATE BOARD.
3u7 Orange Street.
New blinding, defiantly furnished,
entraily located. All outside rooms.
All modern conveniences.
~ ri - mm,
1137 Central Ave. Phone 1567
Single Meals Served.
Our carriage meets all arriving train*.
Mrs. Kriss’ House
BEFORE LOCATING CALL AT
Brink Building Jkfodern light bouse
keeping Suites; also single roomi
with running water. Ideal location
RATES REASONABLE—GAS IN
CLUDED FOR COOKING.
Two block to Dopots and Bath Hou*«»
137 CHAPEL ST PHONE 8*?
MRS. CHAS. L. BAKER, Prop.
UNDER NEW MANAGEMENT.
Clean Cottages for
604 RESERVE AVE. PHONE 12*5
Two blocks from Central avenue. In tb«
heart of tne city, but uuleL
MRS. L C. HEWITT.
HEFFERNAN SISTERS, Props.
Clean, comfortable rooms, gas beat fn
■very -onm, with go id table board; half
•look from both house*.
*7 00 PER WEEK AND UP.
Neeme without board, |2 00 end up
• t«i uL A i •*<> v /**
[The MAJESTIC HOTEL and BATH HOUSE
' - H. A. JONHS MANAGER =====
THH IVTOST TVI’OIOHilRI'T HOTEL TTST .FTOT SPRINGS
2(H) ROOMS WITH HOT AND
COLD RUNNING WATER,
; AND TELEPHONE. FIFTY
ROOMS W 1 T !1 PRIVATE
BATHS AND TOILETS.
Rates $2.50 to $4.00 j
Per Day, Americas Plan. j
, SPECIAL RATES BY THE
WEEK AND TO FAMILIES
*■4 supplied with equipment and •*
turea equal to any Bath Houa* In Hot
Hot. Mineral W*'er dlrsrt r*-oa» H«n
\ Spring* Jte«er?atlaa
OPERATED UNDER AU
THORITY OF U. S. GOVERN
MENT WITH HOT MINERAL
‘ WATER DIRECT FROM HOT I
M.iv« Cooper Pro* • Atrent rhtck y*ur
and taU« tins to ho(«l.
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NEW T OWNSEND HOTEL
A MER SCAN—EUROPEAN
114-120 CHAPEL STREET
2 Blocks From Railroad Stations
2 Blocks From Banks and Postoffice
2 Blocks From Bath House Row
See! Inspect This New Modern Hotel
tO Outside Rooms i
American Plan .. $10 to $15 Per Week
European $ 4 and up Per Week
Pheok boftftng* with Cnnpri a Transfer Agent an train Take e'er
r'ngp from Itailronad Htatlon t<» flu* Nov; Townsend Motel Carriage •»
bun fares refunded to all gueast making weekly engagement*
J. A. TOWNSEND, Prop.
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EUROPEAN, “IT iPAY* TO PLEASE" EUROPEAN,
THE MARQUETTE HOTEL
TOM J. PETTIT, Manager.
KATES—*1.00 PtH DAY AND UP.
mi telephone, and hot and cold run nlng water In all room*, «!*• rearm
with Lathe and toilets- Near Bath House# dnd Theatre*
On* block From all depot*. PORTER MEETS ALL TRAMS.
The Only Hotel In City Having Large Cample Room an the Ground Feet
U. C. T. Official Library In t obby—Free to Ouactc
THE COZY INN
American Plan Hotel 131 Chapel St., Tel. 1101. Alton Walker, Prop.
A New Two Story Brick Building ■
High location, quiet ami home like; '
large front yard; all largo airy outside
ROOMS, cool and pleasant -one block
from bath house, half block from bus
iness center. When you come our
way, drop in. There's always a wel
come, and pleasant memories linger
when you stop at tne Cozy Inn. You
will soon feel at home here and enjoy
your stay at the Springs. I
Rates for the summer $8, $10 and (
$12.50 per week, with bath privileges, i
HIT LAMAR HOTEL
(Formerly Denman * Parker.) American and European
Room and Board—*1.00 Per Day. Room*—*2.00 Per Week en« U»
Forty outside rooms, newlv furnished up-to-date arid modern, (Ire-proof
building, si ram boat, ele'lrlc lights. Table supplied with fresh vegetable* an*
milk from dairy (arm. Come and stop one day and see foAyouiselw Centrally
located, next door to bath house Special nates by week or month.
Elegantly furnished rooma for famUle* single or en suite
04-212 OUACHITA AVE. MRS. GEORGE WATTS. Proprletraaa
Take But at Depot. Far* Refunded •* Hots!.
7 r~7TTn ~ —— --—s
THE EDDY HOTEL
AMERICAN AND EUROPEAN.
LOCATION—CENTER OF CITY, OPPOSITE THE BATHS.
Arnerlcal Rates: $10.00 to $12.00 Per Week.
European Rates: $5.00 and up per week, j
8team Heat, Hot and Cold Water In all Rooms.
HOUSEKEEPING APARTMENTS In Suites of 2 and I rooms, j
all completely furtili4hed for houflekeeplns;.
RATES—$5.00 to $10.00 PER WEEK.
n ^ -n
.. — — - ■ ■ ■
* Cottage Street. American.
♦0 outside rooms, hot and cold run
nlng water In all rooms.
White Sulphur and Iron Spring Water
Host fo>i your stomach, kidney and
Rates. $7.00 to $10.00 per week.
F. B. SEYL, Prop.
Member Div. No. in, B. of L. B.
DAY BOARD $5.00 PER WEEK.
Lester Home Hotel
No runners or solicitors employed
The best meal In Hot Springs at the
price. Board and room, $5 50 and
$0 00 per week. Home cooking served
family style; good, clean, large rooms,
quiet and home like, close In. All vis
itors and O. I. A. welcome.
MRS. LESTER, Proplretreess.
340 Benton St Phone 1812.
*1« 8PRING STREET.
Rooms $1.50 and Up Per Week.
Housekeeping Apartments 43 Per Week
On,, block north of Rock Island depot
Electricity and gas fur heat and coking
MRS. R. BLNNIE, neo E. GEARY
Owner arm Proprletree*.
i i i n i ~~ ■ 1 ■ —e^sSWMBl
Everythin* atrlctly up-to-date; all out
aide rooms; fresh eountry produce, boms
ir"k sod butter
Board and Room, $4 and $5 Week.
Alsu rooms for light nousekeeping.
Call and see C. M. HACKETT, Prop
Phone 1435. Crown Street
Free carriage meats all trains
PAT HURLEY. Proprietor.
RATES—PER WEEK, JttOO AND UP
One block from post office, rltv hall and
depot, steam beat, electric lights and a/1
105 PLEASANT STREET.
Alas Furnlahad Cottages for Rant.
HOTEL Freedom and Conveniences
| HOME Comfort and Fellowship.
| THE -^KNICKERBOCKER
?“HOUSE CF WELCOME.”
| Choicest SOUTHERN Hospitality and Management
Best NORTHERN Appointments and Construction.
.'.ttractlv Sun Parlor and Out Door Rest Hoorn.
Convenient to Baths, Theatre s. Churches. Stores. Ate.
• psclal Concessions to Coup » or by ths Weak.
MRS. E. W. LAUHER, Prop.
Phone 185 228 PROSPECT AVE. |
NEW BRICK BUILDING—UP TO DATE—NEW FURNITURE.
THE NEW LEON HOTEL
Is Now Open. Summer Rates, $3.00 to $5.00 per week.
t#u»-naif block of Rath If mix* Row. Modern, hot anu cold water Ilk every
roor»« fr#*<* hwt.ba
For the next 8 days I will giv c special rates.
SI! 1-2 CENTRac AVE. H. J. MURPHY, Prod
i - nr im i ei ir ii ii an irumnEm n di iew—mi——■W——EEW
THE HORSE SHOE BATH HOUSE ]
On Hot Springs Reservation.
♦ 1 BATHS . . ._99.09
Including Attendant Fees.
ONE OF THE BEST MEDIUM
PRICED HOUSES IN THE CITY
ED S. WEAVER, Manager.
NOW OPEN FOR BUSINESS~
l^ew Bath House m Ozark Sanatorium
[s re-opened to the public under the
J. M. ANDERSON
Olive Street near Central Avenue.
ROOm AND BATHE AT THE
New Hot Springs Bath House
■sssar-: .- ■ 6. M. AMiTH. M8B =
OPPOS.TE 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
SI BATHS S10.00 (INCLUDING ATTENDANT FEES)
OWEN CORRINGTON, Manager.
Steam Heat, Gymnasium. Needle and Shower Bathe.
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