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Sharing Your Telephone
NE telephone that has to do the work of two cannot render the most efficient service. - It’s more or less awkward and inconvenient to answer calls for others and to pass your telephone to the man across the desk. When there’s a telephone on every man’s desk better and quicker service results. Your desk telephone renders such an intimate, personal service that to share it means to destroy something of its usefulness. Every Bell Telephone is a Long Distance Station Southwestern Bell Telephone Company CLEAN UP FOR A PROFIT. ‘Much Is being said at present about clean up week—a week during which the vacant lots, streets, allevs and back yard- arc to receive the cleaning of their dirty lives. In tlhis instance! J wish to say many back yards ha\e already been cleaned and net only l cleaned but will soon V> • pi -XJtnUijr growing gardens. The adicutiou of many obnoxious rno quito breeding weed patches lias taken place in this wav. .Not only that but the family who has a g.ir-1 den is not affected -o m ch by tic* I asasi--i—.:T-. I I I I i R. G. MORRIS DRUG CO for Sale by ——-- --= high cost of living ag one who has none. In some instances when children who wanted to raise a garden had n° ground. they obtained the privilege of making a garden on a vacant lot near by. This plan is decidedly advan tageous to both the child and the owner or the lot as it gives the ‘ihi.d an opportunity to raise vegetables (;r hoifte con v.mption. chance to win a prize, besides keeping the ground in good condition, enriching, preventing' tlr- soil frt :n washing, as well is keeping tli > lot more sightly than li j w ttld lie if full of dusty weed-. The co rehouse grounds is to be an illustration of tills ta t anti a proli a bh* enterprise to-till o Boy Scouts. Much ini >r< st U being taken in the ga.den work, especially by the chil dren. The prospect for many no noy saving gardens is good if a little co operation of care.its Is given. In case anyone desires information about .securing a larger yield at any season, on their back lot I will he glad to j furnish information. \V H. BARTON, [ City S-iiool (ia.den, Halier visor. I SAFETY FIRST—THEN CREDIT. CALL Merchants' Association, 1107. Advi. il-29-tf fTW^peak^forTtseif^l |fl Air. Frank the World's Champion Ur ;t cv, makes the foi ■ Jowh|SStatjBnent Hot Springs, Arkansas, ■* - 4 February 9, 1917. Potash Sulphur Springs H h£ * For the past yea r I have had more or >ess stomach Kf trouble, for which I could find no relief. I have been at H Hot Springs just three weeks today, and have used your j.'-, W water for that length of time, and the aforesaid trouole m has entirely disappeared. ■§ I cannot recommend this water tor highly for any dis ability of that kind. I expect to keep this water in my 8p home in the future at all times, B ^ (Signed) FRANK A. GOTCH. ||$ V There is no doubt that the visitor to Hot Springs who is not k| advised to drink POTASH SGl.PHUR WATER loses the best part H of the benefits of his or her trip. ^ ■ jH Call and ii» -1 ect cur ofticu. Vi.-iio.'s alw.na weiuiih* K >| POTASH SULPHUR SPRINGS, Inc. 1 FI H 119 COURT STREET PHONE 2101 H fc _ Cold Crowns .$3.00 to $5.00 S rNniO^IVORK Brid2e Work.$3.00to *3-oo N’ Gold, Porcelain, Platinum or Kj Silver Fillings .50c up [“ s .$4.00 up K I Extraction, latest method.50c Gj . PUpa Kara For Anything Lost, Strayed or Stolen CALL 692 | \ | Young and Sullivan Detective Agency All work guaranteed. Everything strictly confidential. Office open | from 8 a.m. to 12 m.; 2 p.m. to 8 p.m. Call 1621 any time at night. ! Have our own car and nflver sleep. Always on the job. j VoUNG & SULLIVAN. j I HE LEGISLATURE GAVE OUR COUNTVi SEVERAL NEW LAWS CITY COMMISSION BILL. STRAIGH TEN1ING OF THE COUNTY LINE AND ROAD DISTRICT. * New Municipal Court Has Been Leg. islation Long Desired—Other Laws Encourage Building 0f Sanitarium Here. Hot Springs has never been so favored with legislation frcm any gen eral assmbly of tlie state as we have received from the present session. Some of the measures cover points that have been diseu.-sed and warn ed here for years, but which have never been passed by the legislatures or the pas*. Representatives Davies and Riggs and Senate; Emory have had the co-operation of their fellow members in the legislation already adopted, and there has not been a ma terial fight on any of the issues. Representative Davies was in fie city yesterday on one of the very few vacations he lias taken from the leg islation session Discussing the re sults that have been achieved in Lit tle Rock, brings up the following re sume measures: One of the fi st bills to in- passed by the legislature, and which was Act No. 2. was the hill by Representative Davies, which created the new muni cipal court. That bir was p.esentedas soon as the legislative hopper was opened, was harried along, and was the second measure to reach the gov ernor for signal ire. It was effective when it was signed, and under its provisl-n- the city now is coming to realize the great benefits derived from tills court, as well as the economy that is worked out by it. The* commission form of govern ment bi 1 was introduced in the se.t a.e by Senator Emory. That is the bill that changes cur city Ir in the old form of government to the "city manager" plan following the next election The bill lias been given in brief there, and as it wa- patterned after th well known "Dayton Rian" and was approved here by the bar as sociation. it is exi ected to produce great results L r this city by aiding its development in the next 1 ;w years. 'Hie papulation ol vuiriaiui couiuj has t)Ven increased .>y about 400 in iiiui,her. and its area maievill;, enlarg ed, when a bill was introduced by Kepre-entative Higgs and passed which straightens out the western border of the county, and which was a measure that was favored by petition from most of the citizens of the town ships that an added to our county. The measure was cue very little op posed, and was passed with general approval, though some objections was made to its being signed. Th'*re was a county warrant bill which was designed ior the purpose ot keeping Garland count> on a cash basis, and that was also passed. It was presented by ihpresentativc Higgs and I)uvi< -s. and is one e.f the most important measures of the acs sion. since it is designed to keep this county on a ra-h basis, and thereoy save the loss of thousands of dollars that were wasted heretofore on a de preciated county warrant system. With this law corking as designed and the warrants ol the county w >rth l>ar we will in1 able to have more road improvement in the future The salary ol the cc'imy Judge of ll is county had been hut SJ.Ub't per an Kempner's — — I The store of ordinal, exclusive shoes HERES A WOMAN’S SPORT OXFORD SMAR’I AND NEW Scmebodj who is fashionable will want it at once To be had in t'humpaan Kid trimmed in dark Brown Kid. and White Buck, trimmed in Dark Grey Kid—An S-itich luce model. The Militarj Heel is a happy compromise between the Louis and low heel. AS PICTURED Price $8.00 Pair Kempn ervs The Shoe Store Ahead jh '.■■ \J dbdbdbdbdbdbdbdbdbdbdbdbdbdbdbdbdbdbdbdbdbdbdbdbdbdbdbdbcbcjc:cbc3tb&-<i I.oak f°r rt'f f^rnblrm Ta^j^ °f ^^a,^cf ^crYJs^i^ J Children’s Garments jl V/OUR children can not be out doors all the time •l during the Winter months. In doors, especially when coming in contact with other children, their clothing gathers disease breeding germs rapidly. €$ Let us keep these garments fresh and clean. TELEPHONE US I 1147 ALL CALLS GIVEN INSTANT AT TENTION. PROMPT AND COUR EOUS DELIVERY. Hiii You Are Invited to Inspect I || Our New Patent Dry \ I Cleaning and Steam • | I Dying Plant. j I It is as complete as you will find in | | j the United States. The only one of | I its kind in the city, and we have 1 I the only GLOVE CLEANING MA- j I , CHINE in Hot Springs. | I | WE DO ALE RATIONS FOR THE EWlPORlU^A ON ABLE ^ANO^UR "sER | MEN’8 —MtNT*'- Dry Cleaning and Steam Dying Plant. 211 Central Aye. — $>q?q? q? q ? q? q? q?s?q?_s&raqarr25 tisHSE5HSHszsa5HSHSEses2£rassi'^5Hi'di'.'m5E5SSH5Z5zsz5 csssHSEsasasas asasaszss ? aszst. i"iL.J ^^ num, and there was a hi" presented and passed which increased this sal ary to $3,000 per annum. That bill was purely local and passed without any dissention. It (was favored by all the representation in the assembly. There is a bill pending in the house, which has passed the senate, and which was designed to encourage the building of the proposed ten million dollar sanitarium here. The bill was introduced by Senator Kmory and it permits sanitarium companies in Ar kan-as. as corporations, to hold their meetings outside of the state. This special provision was necessary to meet the circumstances of the busi ness of the ten million dollar institu tion proposed here. There is another bill which has pass ed the house, and which gOe> forth with to the senate, by Representative Davies and K'ggs, which permits cer tain cities to close streets with the consent of adjoining property owners. That, bill is also In the interest of the ten million dollar sanitarium, a- it will permit the sanitarium to revise the streets or alleys within the territory which they purchase here. There is also pending in the house a bill appropriating $1.2o*> for the es tablishment of a negro summer normal school in Hot Springs. The appropria tion is subject to the state board of education, and Hot Springs is only re quired to furnish a suitable building for the holding of this normal in ord r for the city to get the benefit of It. and th» Ho* Springs school board w ill furnish that building. Certainly nothing could be of more importance to Hot Springs lor all the year patronage than the lull develop ment of the Little Hock Hot Springs highway, which would connect us up at I.ittle Rock incidentally with all the highways of the state. The senators and representatives from our county and district as well as from Saline and Pulaski county, all co-operated on the introduction and support of a bill wh eh provides for a highway improve ment district in Oarland, Saline and Pulaski, looking to the improvement of this highway, and this bill is a law We will within another year have the best highway in the state extending from our city to I.ittle Rock and con nc ting us up with all the good high ways of the state. There \va- a general bill introduced by Itrooks of Pulaski, which was s gn e., by Senator Kmory and Representa tives La vies and Riggs, twhi'*h permits lilies of tin first class to levy an oc cupation tax. the city council to make j TREATEO AS IMMIGRANTS I ijE AVY GUARD IS MAINTAINED ' ABOUT THE INTERNED SHIPS IN NEW YORK HARBOR. I 1 I New York. Fob. —Only eighteen Jenifers n.' th • crows of tie Gorman Vessels here who now are held aboird jo ve sils by the federal author!.les aik ndvantage today of the privilege ,i enrded them by the government o>' yaving the vessels by applying to ten immigration authorities for admission j> til's country. Seventeen seamen nd a stewardess who asked ,o be tid littid were tao'" to Kllis Island, u sed tb,. necessary examination and iere allowed to enter. ; It was expected that more would How the ante course tomorrow. • nntinu. the Orman ships still were . L»..«» « • - _ 4VIJJ1 imI. DON'T MISS T'llS. Cut out th s slip, enclt. e with r>e and intiil it to Kolev t o.. 2S33 Sheffield Av*., Chi cago, 111., writing your name atul ad dress clearly. You will receive t;i re turn a trial package containing Foley's Konev and Tar Compound; for bronchial and la grippe coughs; Foley Kidney Pills, for >amc hack, weak kid neys. rheumatism, bladder trouble--, and Foley Cathartic Tablets, a whole some and thoroughly cleansing cath artic, for constipation, biliousness, headache and sluggish bowels. A. C. Jemtings. Quality, service, correct prices U wliat we give you. Higgs the Faint .People Plume tt, Chevrolet Motor Cars NORVAL WILLIAM, Agent. Phone 2032 Touring Car Price $550, F. 0. B„ FLINT, MICH. roadster, price $535 and i ALLSEASON CAR $625 P. O. dllL r j B flint, mich. j The Chevrolet ‘ Four Ninety' Specifications I Motor: Four-cylinder, valve-in liead type, 3 11-16-inch bore.4 inch stroke. Cylinders: Cast en bloc (Including •upper half of crank ca-ci. Head detai liable. Valves: 4 1-2 inch diameter. Connecting Rod Bearings: 1 7-3\ 1 3-3 incite Crank Ehaft Bea.ings: Front, 2 5-16x1 3-3 inches; center, 1 1-2 x 1 21-32 inches; rear, 2 11-ltixl 3-1 inches. Center bearing of bronze, back babbitt lined. Cam Shaft Bearings: Front, 2 3-s xl 5-16 inches; center I 1-Sxl inches; rear, i 7-16xt 4-4 iutfhe-. Oiling System: Spash, with pos' tiie plunger pump, and individual oil pockets. Carle reto. : Zenith improve d d u •ble jet. 'Ignition: Coune ticut Auconta' Clutch: Cone type. Transmis-ion: Selective typ , sliding gear, three speeds forward, and rt verse. Cooling: Thermo-syphon system extra si/e cellular radiator, with large overhanging tank carrying head of water over vaie,- aut ail tunes. Rear Axle: Three-quarter floaliu.g. wheel hear ng carried on the wheel hub and in axle housing. I.ead carried on axle housing, not axle Hiatt. Nickel steel shafts and gears. Hyatt roller liea.ingv Wat It n " 1-2 to 1. Front Axle: Drop forged. 1 dream with integral yokes cf.-penial -tec!, double-heat treated; tic rod ends, steering spindles ami arms of Chrome Vanadium steel. heat treated. Wheels I tted with dtp and cone hall bearings. Mr ike.,. Kniv, gi-iicy, internal ex panding tv pe: rerv it. t trail.il I'ontraetliig r. pe; lb inch ..rake drums. Wheels: Wood nrtirrely type, elineht r rims, large h b flange Tires: :>bx:; in Inches; non-skid, front and rear. I); vi-: l.eft ml'1, center coutrol, I spark and throttle under steering I v. <•>•! Foot a< Herat r I Storing Gear: (.'oinpouud sour it d ' ector, adjusilhle for w ear (pa tent pending). 15-inch »ux,-rin< ■wheel. Spr ng- Semisantilever, front and rtMr, each with extra wide main i* »f, or driving plate, made of Chrome Vanadium steel. Bodies Two-pa>:senger road.vter; five passenger touring; and five passenger touring win:) all-weather UP. U he-lhus r: l"2 inches. Finish; Black » | K')tiip|iim ni; Flee trie, lights and wtnrtcr higfce-t type two-unit sys* tent, single wiring u/ed. Complete lamp e«i'iipine't, including head light dimmers; mohair tailored top, top cover and side CJTtkih* 11 wo-j. asset, ger roadster and open touring car only); windshield; | Ho,-re horn: complete toc| «quip nient, including pump and jack. |j Car load just arrived. Phone 2032 for demonstration||| I |0;IG WASHINGTON BIRTHDAY 10 CELEBRATION GIVEN AT GARDNER SCHOOL I !>a - *'a One of the largest affairs' ever given I |n*t the Gardner school, just two miles outh of town, was that given Friday thvening. when over two hundred peo Ftle assembled there to enjoy a inu-i —11 program interspersed with read ^us and talks rile special features the occasion were: The Washing ■n pla>. given in Colonial costumes .• twelve children, and the vletrmla •If" tlons on the instrument being in alled in the -eh . through the el •rts of eacher and pupils, who have orked dollgontly to pay lor it. fhe eii rtainnient of Friday evening Pehi;: a ■nefit for that cause. Talks were made b> the teacher, r. Steele Kennedy, a progressive aeher of the county schools, and the country superintendent of bools, Mr David A. Crockett of this ty. Felt Like 90; Now Like 21. Many persons conimaiu about feel tn.g old befo.> they should. Like a weuk link in a chilli, a weak orgu.i enfeeble* the whole body. Overwork <d, week or disordered kidneys lower vitality. A. W. Morgan, Angola, La., writes; “1 suffered with paiiv ;n tho back. I am 42 years o’d, bi’t I left like a man of 90 years oil. Since I too'; Foley Kidney Pills 1 feel like 1 did when 1 was 21.” In 50c and $ 1.00 s zcs. A. C Jennings. For KODAKS and KODAK FINISH INF. go to Sorrells Drug Fo tf For reliable roof work call Leo J Turk, thorn* 329. I .’27 (1 We nave in operation a circulating a r system througnout out plant, wnku prevents a f’/ from lighting, The Pas teurlzed IV.ilk Co. 8-11-tf Hati'st In .Millinery at Hulls. '!>• ' cuts the price. 1-20-1 mo Why |u\ moro? Wht.-n you C*o it*1 i fur long «i Hails, ile cuts tb« [irico. l-2(MnW. Or .1 l< Mi-mu, <»n* onsw^rwl dRv or nlirht. Offlc* nhone 441. Idenc* tla; No. Contra; o'enu*. 3ESPI2 Joe Mandot-Wiliie Mangrum NEW ORLEANS MEMPHIS i .1---i I0--ROUNDS--I0 Main Event Good Six Round Semi-Windup i-«*— red hot FOUR ROUND PRELIM INARY. NEW AND MERRY "BATTLE FOYAL" FOR OPENER.