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Gas Heater $9.75 It is exactly like cut. Nice nickel trimming; a beautiful Heater. MONDAY ONLY. SOLD ON TBRMij oealy Mattreses ■ We guarantee the Mealy to | he made of pure long fibre cotton without linten for mill waste. We guarantee the i Seaiy for twenty year.* against becoming lumpy or bunchy; should the mattress develop any one of these conditions wo will replace same or refund your money. IRON BEDS $6.95 '2 inch continuous post; finished in Veruis Marti i and white. SOOD ON TEIUK r I GAS RANGES The experimental (lays are past. It is now time to get the best. BUCK’S are at t/he front with the Gas Stoves which will save their cost many times over in the amount of fuel consumed. ► SOBD OX TERMS ROCKERS <fcO oc $0.^0 Similar to cut.; heavy Oak frame, Golden Oak finish; genuine leather seat. Could not be duplicated for less than $10.00. Terms: $1.00 CASH—$1.00 WEEK Dining Room Suit $59.50 A Regular $75.00 Value. Size of Buffet 48 inches; Size of Table 48 inches in diameter, making 6-ft. Table; Square China Closet, Width 36 inches. Terms; $5.00 Cash—$1.00 Week DRESSERS $13.75 i A reai big margain. Exceptionally well made; Bias two, large roomy draw ers, a nice long beveled French plate mirror; finished in rich Golden Oak. $1.00 CASH $1.00 PER WEEK W u ROLL TOP DESKS ONE DESK .$22.50 ONE DESK . $25.00 ONE DESK . $32.50 SOLD ON TERMS SPECIAL SALE ON NATIONAL SPRINGS $1.00 $1.00 i S $1.00 SLIGHLTY DAMAGED For Monday Only NO PHONE ORDERS CHAIRS SPECIAL MONDAY ONLY >0c CASH—50c WEEK Buy Now and Pay Later Let Us Help You Plan Your Home MIN I KAO SIGNED FOB “WHITE WAY" BOARD OF PUBLIC AFFAIRS FOL LOWS INSTRUCTIONS OF CITY COUNCIL IN PROJECT. Committee to Place the Notes for Signature Has Been Named and the Work Will Be Pushed From Monday to Completion. Yesterday tile board of public af | fairs composed of Mayor McClendon, ! Gus Strauss and George W. Housley, signed up the contract between the city and the public utilities company for tile maintenance of the ‘‘Great White Way” which is to adorn Cen tral and Ouachita avenues before t)he holiday season if nothing goes wrong. Janies K. Housley, who is serving as secretary to the committee of the “White Way” work, yesterday an nounced the following committee in structed to meet at the Business Men's League Monday morning at ') o’clock for the purpose of taking the notes out for signatures. Tne com mittee is made up from those along Central avenue, and the work is to be divided into blocks. Messrs. Harry A. Jones and C. J. Homer have taken the nortnern end of the way for their wrork. Earl Housley has given attention to the Ouachita avenue division of the work. 'Others of the committee are Joe Lon ginotti, A. Mendel, Arthur Katz, Douglas Hotchkiss, Jonn C. Wolf, K. G. Morris, A. C. Megglnson, Dave xickwood, and W. A. Mellard. The notes will call for half the pay ment pledged witlhin thirty days after the work is installed and the other half sixty days after the work is in stalled. The citizens are only to pay $■>0 on each of the posts necessary to the improvement, tne other two thirds of the expense to be borne by the public utilities company. SHERIFFS SALE. Notice is hereby given that by virtue of authority of an execution, issued and to me directed and deliv ered by the clerk of the Garland cir cuit court, in favor of the Garland Hardware Company and against Mary Water field and Alva Moore. I have levied upon and will expose for sale to the highest bidder, at the west front door of the court house, in the city of Hot Springs, Garland county, Arkansas, between the hours for judi cial sales, on the 17th day of October, 1014, all the right, title and interest of the said Mary Waterfield and Alva Moore in and to the following de scribed personal property, situated !n the city of Hot Springs, county 01 Garland and state of Arkansas, to wit: Nine wide bedsteads. 8 narrow bed steams, 15 mattresses, 10 wide spring:-, 8 narrow springs, 11 comforts, 7 sheets. 15 pillows, 6 pillow slips, 11 dressers, 13 wash stands, 7 center tablea, 15 dining $liairs, 7 rockers, 4 wardrobes. 9 bowls and pitchers, 1 j desk. 1 settee, 1 chiffonier, 1 refrig erator. 1 bed spread. 1 sideboard. 1 l gas cook stove. 1 kitchen table, l stair carpet, 2 carpets, 1 heater. 1 din ing table (broken), linoleum in hall, 2 *-oal heaters. 4 rugs* Terms of sale: On a credit, of 3 months, purchaser to give bond with approved security, and a lien to he re tained on the goods until payment of purchase money. October 8, 1914. R L. WILLIAMS, Sheriff. 10-8-10t -o Dr. John F. Rowland has moved ms office to second floor of the Thomp hnilding. 10-8-tf FOR SAIJl A $ t r> new Roadster Bicycle, for $25. Phone 1555. 10-1 t-3t. FOR RENT (Modern 2-room fur nished apartments. -133 Orange St Phone 1103. 10 11-tf -o HOMELESS CHILDREN'S AID. The Homeless Children's Aid So cleey will meet Monday afternoon at 3 o'clock at the First Baptist church. All interested in these children or in the Interstate Orphans’ Home are. re quested to attend The home now has 34 children, and the management is in need of groceries. Also the gro eery hill for the past month is due. Outside assistance is needed. How many Hot Springs citizens will give 50 cents of $1? Phone Mrs. B. (’oi l) No. liT'ti, or leave donations with OliversFinnie grocery. DRUNKENNESS is a curable disease, which requires treatment. The ORiRlNE treatment can be used with absolute confidence, it destroys all desire for whiskey, beer, or other intoxicants, fan he given in the home. No sanitarium ex pense. No loss of time from work Can he given secretly. If after a trial you fall to get any benefit from its use your money will be refunded. OHiRINB Is prepared in two forms: No. 1, secret treatment, a powder; OK'RiINE No. 2, in pill form, for those who desire to take voluntary treat ment. Costs only $l.()n a box. Conic in and 41 lk over the matter with us. Ask for booklet. BoirellV L>rug Co. COMPLETION OF HOADS HELPS FAIR M. D. & G. WILL BE ABLE TO OP ERATE TRAINS BETWEEN THIS CITY AND ASHDOWN SOON. Officials of County Fairs Striving to Send Exhibit to State Fair That Will Reach Panama-Pacific Exposi tion. According to statements made by Captain C. C. Henderson, of Arka delphia, president of the Memphis. Dal.as and Gulf railroad, and Martin Walsh, general traffic manager of the , company, the remaining gap in the | company’s right of way between Asndown and Hot Springs, which is now open between Murfreesboro and Shawmut, will positively be com pleted before the opening of tihe State Fair. Tills will mean a great delegation of patrons from that part of Arkansas I and it will also have a very import ant advantage in another respect, it will very greatly facilitate the ship ping of exhibits from the “western outlet zone” to the state exposition. The grading on the gap between Mufreesboro and Shawmut has not only been completed but the steel for title track will be in Ashdown Monday, and as the company rushed its work (light and day in order to bring this road into Hot Springs on St. Patrick's day, so, too, will Me officials insist that every energy be put forth to com plete tile line, closing up the la t link; in order to be of assistance to those who desire to snip exhibits to, as well as attend, the next great ex position of the products and resources of Arkansas wthich will be seen in the biggest and best State Fair Arrkansas has ever beheld, when the gates at the exposition grounds are thrown open to the people Monday, November 1*5. How Brown, who nas been doing advertising work for the State Fair, visiting the respective county fairs, getting in touch with officials of those institutions and talking to ex hibitors wflio will be in evidence at the State Fair, returned for over Sun day yesterday. He states that in the many years he has been visiting vari ous county fairs he has never seen manifested tne interest for the State Fair as is the case this year, and es pecially is this true when the con versation turns to title Panama-I’aci fic exposition “Everyone seems to realize at the county fairs,’’ said Mr. Brown, “that the prize winning products will be seut to California from Hot Springs and every county is mighty anxious to send the very best that they can get together. There is going to be some remarkable and very nigh class exhibits at the State Fair from the various counties and those in Charge of the smaller fairs are looking 101 ward with interest to the big state show. "I also had the pleasure of listening to Governor Hays’ address at several of the county fairs, and it would have done the people of Hot Springs good to have neard the compliment he paid this city. Tihe Governor is certainiv a ‘booster’ for this town, and he toid them all what a great State Fair the people of Hot Springs intend to give the state, of the educational advan tage it would be, of Its importance to Arkansas and also took occasion at different times to praise the hot waters here, lie is certainly the very best friend Hot Springs lias, and his speeches, I know, will bring tlie peo ple here.” ueauzing wnat me compieuou oi the Little Rock-Hot Springs highway means to the peopie of this city and the State Fair, and having heard there was some doubt as to wnether tlio road would be completed in time for the big exposition. Will Murphy, who has the contract for the building of this highway, sent word to State Fair headquarters yesterday that the new road would he open in time for the big state tlhow. •TU have tnat road open, depend upon that,” said Mr. Murphy. “It won’t be in the very best condition possible, but it will be a mighty big improvement over the present route, so send word to Little Rock to make good on that army of autos they have promised to send over when they christen the new line. I have learned tiliat Saiine county is busy; also that the road in 1'ulaski county is receiv ing attention. Well, those fellows won’t have anything on us, for th 5 part of the road in Garland county will run through the most picturesque section of the state and will please all who have the pleasure of driving over it. Just say that the road wl.l he open in time for tike fair, and that igoes.’’ A committee of prominent colored citizens conferred with Secretary Waters, of the State Fair, and out lined to thef some of the exhibits their people would have at the fair and sought the co-operation of the State Fair management generally. Secretary Waters was surprised and delighted at. the interest the colored people of the state are taking in Hhe coming exposition and assured the local delegation that the interests of their people at the fair would be state will have a bigger and better display thanever before,” said Secre tary Waters, "and the hlgn class ex hibits that Obey will make will re FOUGHT HARD TO < 1 r, KEEP HIS JOS I Indiana Man Ail Run Down— ] Had No Strength—No En- ! ergy Left—Blood Poor— i How Vinol Helped Him. Shelbyville, Ind. — “ I was all run. down, had no energy, my blood was so poor I felt badly all the time and my face was covered with pimples. I am* clerk in the hotel and riad to putupan 1 awful fight to keep at work.; “ I tried Beef, Iron and Wine, and I other remedies without benefit I learned of how Vinol had helped others ' and decided to try it After taking the first bottle I noticed a great improve- 1 ment in my condition. I continued tak ing it and now I am rid of all my troubles and cannot say anything too good for Vinol.”—Roy F. Bird, Shelbyville, Ind. For all run-down, weak, devitalized conditions of men and women, nothing equals Vinol, our delicious cod liver Bnd iron tonic without oil. Vinol is a constitutional remedy. It creates an appetite, aids digestion, makes pi1 re, healthy blood. In this nat ural mai ner it builds up strength and vitality. Try a bottle with the understanding you can get your money back if Vinol does not help you. R. G. Morris Drug Co., Hot Springs, Ark, , f i .a - .. .a fleet the spirit of progress that has characterized the race in Arkansas tile past few years.” World Series Returns Play by play returns of the world's championship baseball series wid be received by special wire at Jack Goodine’s TODAY. Every strike, ball, foul, hit, run and error will be ;e corded just as they occur. You will be able to ''see'’ the game at Good jne's. Come. 8”f> Central. 10-8 If CRYSTAL STREET SANITARIUM CL K. MARTIN, Owner and Manager. Equipped with Op«ratlng V -om and Modern Appliances, not only for the Surgical Patient, but a Home for the Invalid and Rheumatic. Morphine, Drug and DrluK Habtie Cared for. Experienced and Educat ed Nurses In Attendance. Telephone 1555, No. 1 Crystal Street. Arlington Drug Store E’iELE A HUNT, Prop*. «10 Central Avo. «er>»v-.«»To ArimoUn Hotel C. N. BEATY ARCHITECT AND BUILDING SUPERINTENDENT 803 1-2 Central Ave. Phone 489 JAMES L. GRAHAM LAWYER NOTARY PUBLIC and PUBLIC STENO GRAPH ER IN OFFICE. Practices In AM the state and Federal Courts OFFICE, *0* 1-2 CENTRAL A VTB. Phones: Office, MS- Residence, tees CHICHESTER S PILLS Tin: i. m uom» r.i? * m>. il -/I ndlf-al A Alt your l>rniT.»U, f,* i\ * til cb« « tfr a iHamond Krnpii/A\ 1*11 !• In H«-d *n l Isold i! ■ tallicX^^# lscair-l with Hl-ie RiMon. 'I no uthrr. Ilujr of tnnr ’ l»ru*uUt. A- k for<Tll-4 IIFh-TFRA HH ANII t*i I J.h. for ycar-j k nowtiii Veit, Safest. Ala-ays Reliable SOI D BY DRUGGISTS fVFWYWII WE IMPORTANT Thl* life of ours la very uncmrtala. If your home 1a mortgaged, pro tect it If you are married, protact your wife and chlldreu. If you are single, protect your o!4 days—In case you live to see them. You can do this by Insuring today with Th« Motual Life losnrance Co. of New York THOS. D. McCALLUM. District Manager, Phones 303 and 281. Mrs. Kellermans REPAIR SHOP. Ladles', Gents’ and Children's cloth ing made over and repaired at rea sonable rates. Now is the time to have your winter clothes put in or der. 114 Exchange Street. Thurston P. Farmer LAWYER Citizens National Bank Bldg. Phone 1811.