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OP A NATIONAL BANK TOR YOUR SAV INGS?. THE NEW SAVINGS DEPARTMENT OF THE CITIZENS NATIONAL BANK GIVES YOU THIS OPPORTUNITY. WE ISSUE INTEREST BEARING CERTIFI CATES OF DEPOSITS EITHER TOR 6 MONTHS OR 12 MONTHS. TALK IT OVER WITH OUR OFFICIALS. SAFETY BOXES CAN BE RENTED FOR |1.00 TO VISITORS FOR THE SAFE KEEPING OF THEIR VALUABLES. / Citizens National Bank GUS STRAUSS, President. C. E. MARSH, Cashier. mu ' ii ... (New Location I HAVE REMOVED MY INSURANCE BUSINESS FROM 907 CENTRAL AVENUE TO 627 CENTRAL AVENUE. WHERE I WILL BE PLEASED TO SERVE MY OLD CUSTOMERS AND FRIENDS, ALSO ALL WHO HAVE INSURANCE OR DESIRE INFORMATION CONCERNING SAME. IKE KEMPNER 627 CENTRAL AVE. .—.....mnJ> A 'IIP TO THE WISE HALF THE TOWN IS WEARING Hatterie Hats The Other Half Is Going to Sooner or Later WHY NOT NOW? ?? 245 Central Ave. Phone 699 HIGH CLASS REBLOCKING Be Cured First-Pay WlienCured A safe anti painless cure for Alco hol and Drug Addictions. Strict pri va y and personal attention assured by a physician with years of e\perl ence- Address Drawer No. -1!>7. H. F. BARNHART Cabinet and Carpenter Shop, Screening, Ice Boxes. Shelving and conn lets a special t\ I’rices very reasonable, lhu Kirk St I’hone 558. Good Ventilation, Every Convenience ROBT. R. McROBERTS > Southern Bowling Alleys is now located at No. 225 Valley street, two doors north of Great North ern Motel. Four regulation Alleys, Billiards, 1* tol Ttanffp, Cigars and Holt Dranhs. A Proper Place for Ladies * and Gentlemen. I, There is no innoor game 1 ■ that equals bowling for health, exer tse. recreation. SICK MAN I DON'T Leave Hot Springs Until You Investigate X, LOPEZ No Medicine Has Such Proof* of its Marvelou* CURES. Be Convinced. 10PEZ REMEDY COMPANY Send or Call for our FREE ROOK WET ou Blood, * Skin and Private Diseases. 801 CENTRAL AYE. | _iff H— 'i || DR. D 8- BARTON, Dentist The Old Reliable. So'id Cold Crowns and Bridge Work .53, $4 and $5 Killings .50c up Plate (Guaranteed to f!n .$1.00 up Teeth Extracted .500 j AH work done by Graduate j \ and License Dentists of 2 to h * Years’ Experience. j Terms: Don't worry; can be ■ arranged to suit. 741 12 CENTRAL AVE. Street Kmrn the White . Skyaerapor. Hot Springs, Ark. a -g Jones S. I. A. I lie Junes s. I a. met in regular '(■Mon on Monday afternoon with all 01 lhn officers and a numbeir of the members present. A great deal of business was at l' tided to and plans made for having t it* school grounds beautified under the able direction ol Htiperinteudeut VM. Itose. J ISt II* 800 1)11 a tall flagpole is enured there win be the presentation of a handsome large flag to the ' houl. \ llag day rek’bration will take place at the Jones school. An appropriate program wil he art tinged j and tlie friend ol the school invited to attend. The night school is doing excellent work and students are entered at any lino . A number of teachers are giving ■their time and talents to tills good w or v. A ciike -ale will take place at Peters liros groc ry. corner Ouachita and 11 ici.oBy , on Sat unlay. * * Dinner Party at Eastman. Mr. and Mr- Walter S. Kidder and Mr. and .Mrs. < buries i\ llnyne.r of ilktyloii, ().. guests for tin* season at the Hotel Kastman, entertained at dinner on Thursday evening in the gr ll room of tin* fashionable* hostelry in honor of Mr. and Mrs. Albert B. Haines and Colonel and .Mr- Lyman T. Hay. The dinner was clearly the most elaborate of the entire winter. Covers were laid for ltl amid a verit able bower of flowers. All in all, the decorative scheme could not have been improved upon, ’While the dinner that was solved wa- a triumph even for Steward M it I* ■ Tin* (Pinter was preceded In ser vice n la russe in the parlor, expen sive favor.- were presented to tin guests, while imported Austrian tan dies wer (“served after the dinner. The entire party included Colonel an ! Mrs. Bynum ’1'. Hay, Mrs. Albert B. (laines. Air. and Mrs. At. .1. Scanlon of Minneapolis. Mr. and Airs, (leorge !>. Wellington of Chicago. Mr. and M:~ William II. Kindi of Buffalo. N V.; Mr .and Mrs. H. .1. Way of Chicago, Mrs. F. At. Bookwalter of Springfield, Mo.: Mr. and Mrs. Kidder and Mr and Mrs. llayner. # * * The meeting of the -Civic Club, which was to have been heid today has been postponed until one week from today. * * >> Speaker B. 10. Sawyer returned to the city lust evening ami made an ad dress below the. democratic mass meeting, lie will return to B.ttle Bock tills morning * * s» Order your Sunday cake from the Jones S. I. A . who arc giving a cam* -ale today at Peters Bros, groo ry on Ouachita, and help the association 1" leantily the gi'oinds. Phone or call, * * * Rob Hailey ret lined yesterday from Traakwood, coining over the new highway, which he reports in splen did condition. • Arrivals at Hotels | <* e Arlington Hotel. .Toijit A. Rogers. Chicago; Mr- 'I'. S. I ties, Denver; W. L. Rllwuod, Is Kalb, 111.; A. .1 floode, New York oily; Ned llankes, St, Louis; S. It. McKelvie and A II Rnckstaff, Lin coln, Neb.; ('. \ White. Panama. Air . William I, Kwinr, Vincennes, Ind ; Mrs. A. Orto, Pile Hluff; tieorge I '. Reid and Daniel .1. Low rev, Memphis; c. R. Woodward, lax i.port, X. V.; W. A. Striker New York city; M T EH .. ... I, Texas; Mrs. A. (!. Roy/o ami Mrs. W. H. Xowt tugc, Texarkana; Mrs. M. D Wood ward. Chicago; Mr. and Mrs. Lee Schwarz, Little* Hock; It. L. Snlpp,St. Louis; Mrs. W II .lames and son, llernife. La.; Walter .1. Terry, Little IR.ck; i.Mr.- .1. H. Mold mniery. Harris tmrg. Pa.; .1. It. Meyer, Pine Hlufl'; H. W. Colling, Cincinnati. Hotel Eastman. Miss "Welch, Minneapolis. Minn.; Thomas Copelan. city; Mrs, W. L. Millard. Clinchfield, Ya.; H. T. (haw ford, M iuke an, III ; Mrs (His (Strauss, city. Hotel Como. I- Iwtglas and wifi1, Nehv York; .1. P. S>‘niit a, Menton, Ark ; .). D. Young •Nashville, Ark.: K. K Gilbert, Itentnn, Ark . Mrs. I, t', Conni'r, New York; •Harry I tel'op, New Yoik; ,1. !•’ Stevens. Petersburg, Va : A I,, tl-'i 11 lterg, St. I.ouis; T. Warndell, St. i-ouis: .1. (i. Watkins, Cincinnati, <).; Turn Grant. Paul* Valley, Okla.; Mr. and Mrs. .1. 11. Crawford. Washing ton A C. W Ton, l.iltl.. Rock. <!n.' lave Jones, Newport, Ark.; I„. L. Canipliell, Newport, Ark . I>. A. lan cet, Newport, Ark.; \V. K Parker, Houston, Texas; P. J. Henry, Mem phis; A H. I.ongeti, Chicago; C. H Vi:- .1, Memphis; Cha'les G. Cham bers, St. Louis; J. H. Carnes, St Lou : . J, H. Caloway, Memphis; .1. C. .Mria.. and wile, Oklahoma C.ilv, < >kla. ->o— DR. J. W. SMITH, Physician and Surgeon. 508 Thompson Building Ik'>CK and earth tine lor the hanling. Apply I Arbor. S-Ul-Jt %J~ --- for eipert KODAK finishing go tt Sorrells Drug Co «-14-t -- , , > J Suitable Trimmings for Lingerie Even ihe least expensive of the new uiidermusiins have been de I signed with trimmings of narrow, dainty lares and medallions that ap pear line enough for handwork. Itig, ahowv patterns prove less attractive to the shopper than more quiet and unobtrusive ones. '1 ho puny cnmbinulioji which is shown in the illustration given here is an inexpensive, but well-made gar ment. The bodice is laid in a few narrow tucks at the front and back. At the top a row of insertion is joined to a narrow lace edging by means of a tine beading. The inser tion terminates at the shoulder*, but the beading and edging extend all around the top and form the strap over the shoulders. This makes op portunlty lor a narrow ribbon or ero i ohetod cord by which the garment is adjusted to the figure. Across tho front four small medal lions are Bet In, each one a small Moral j pattern in raachinemade embroidery and open work which is very much I like handwork in appearance. These I are inclosed In set-in scallops of in sertion. I The pants are joined to the body with a strong, narrow beading and fin ished at tho bottom with edging put on, with scant fullness. With narrow laces in dainty pat terns used, and much more attention I given to workmanship than has been j given them heretofore, these under garments in sheer materials and prac I i leal designs are a great help to busy . women with little time for sewing. JULIA BOTTOMLEY. The Season’s Corset Styles Our Corset Department shows all of the latest seasonable de signs and in such an excellent variety of models that shopping with us becomes an actual pleasure. For excellence of style, accu racy of fit, genuine comfort and lasting service, we know of no better corsets than the Hender son at the moderate prices we ask. A visit to our corset depart ment will amply repay you if you are interested in this sea son’s new styles. ESCHMAN CIRCUS IS WORTHY ATTRACTION OPENED YESTERDAY TO BIG CROWD AND WILL REPEAT ENTERTAINMENT TODAY. The .1 II Esclunan circus opened its season in Hot Springs yesterday. All during tlie winter it has been here, and the preparations that were made for a first class entertainment, when, under the auspices of the local Moose, the show would demons!rate what a great entertainment it was for both old and young, were not in vain. linn is one oi tin- most attractive small circuses that lias ever come to ilpt Springs. The (lugs and ponies are all well trained. The entire per formance is a credit to the manage ment and a good crowd greeted the premier here. 'litis afternoon and tonight the show will be repeated for the benefit of ilie Moose. At the matinee today ■1 H. Eschman will have as his guests live orphans of the city Mr Willi-tu (!. Maurice and Mrs. Itichard Jeffreys and Father Carroll will seer that the orphans reach the tent, and once there they will tie given every care and attention. The circus will give its parade this morning, and Mr Eschman has volunteered his white hand for the big civic pageant later in the day. The colored musical or ganizRtiou with the show will gc © © © © © © © © © © © © © © ©' I Willey’s I © f © 1 Hat r © © _ © 1 Shop 1 © © © 230 Ouachita Ave. jgj ► *•* X Bet. Como and Moody Hotels © © ISt | Smartest 1 I Millinery f © ■ © In | Hot Springs | © © ® We Specialize © © © I $5.00 s $7.501 © © © © 8 I1ATS | jp © ©©©©©©©©©© © © © © © direct to tho grounds and be on hand for the matinee. -o ELECTION PROCLAMATION. Notice is hereby given that an elec tion will be held in the City of Hot Springs, Ark., on Tuesday, the sixth day of April, tftld, for the election of the following city officials: MAYOR TlUflAiSURiER, POUOIS Jt’IXiB, AliDEItMHN (one from each of the nix wards of the city). Said election will be held under the supervision of the County Election Commissioners, and at the usual vot ing precincts of each ward. Given under my hand and seal this 15th day of March, 1P15. OKAS. C. WEBB, Sheriff of Garland County, Arkansas. 347-20t GERMANY RATIFIES NOTE. Money Will Be Raised in This Coun try to Take Treasury Notes. New York. March 2G.— The German government, it was announced today, lias ratified the sale of ten million dollars of German treasury notes to a syndicate of hankers in New York and western cities. The notes run for nine months, maturing January 1. 11*1 (>. and bear interest at the rate of five per cent. The issue was placed at a price between t>7 and h8. It is understood that a large part of the notes will be retained by public sale. Tile proceeds will he applied to pur chases already made in tills country. Additional loans for similar sums are likely to be negotiated by the Ger man government witli the understand ing that the money la to remain in this country. REMOVAL NOTICE The Hot Springs Abstract & Guaranty Company Has removed Its offices to the north east corner room of the Como build ing, cm the ground floor. They will be pleased to meet their old as we 1 as new customers at their new quar ters. 3-1‘5-tf. The Carlton Men’s Oxtords at rour Dollars A matchless assortment, giving you one of the largest selection inthe south of iMen's Oxfords at Four Dollars. Such famous lasts as The Carlton, “English” or The Dope, “A sure win ner,” High Toe. 29 others. Get your Easter Shoes today—But ton or I~ice, Tan or Black, any of them at Four Dollors. See Windows. - The Dope Ike Kempner & Bro. “The Shoes Store Ahead.” ■ - .. -- Mission at St. Mary's Church COR. CENTRAL AND WHITTINGTON AVENUES MARCH 14 TO 28 GIVEN BY REDEMPTORIST FATHERS MASSES: Sundays at 8. 9 and 10:30. Week Bays at 7 and 8. Eveniug Services at 7:45.