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For All Races HOT SPRINGS TIA JAUANA HAVANA Memphis Commercial Appeal On Sale Everywhere When Opportunity Comes Your Way The time honored saying hat Fortune km,.-Us at leu t once at every man',- door' i,- a* true p day as it lias bt en for age*, WHEN YUnt OWOliTI .VITY COMF1- wit ye be prejor-d to grasp It? (Have you adopt- I a regular, systematic plan for savhg a iKJition of your im m ■: If t, do so at once, if you can save hut a small sum on it week r month, you will be - ttprised to s how fa t a "row when add ml to reg lorly. HE MEMBER that it is only a step from tit ift to tmiiv *n<-j and from tomiHcleney to wealth. 'Cl 1U SHCl'RJTY BANK w .1 help .you by adding interest to ,v:ur saving*. when deposi e ! ,• itli them. EXCEU'TIO.NjVE I’At'II.1 TU. * for the in;e itgent (handling of commercial and checking a cc nt*. Security Bank ED. H. JOHNSON, Pres. HOWARD P. COLLINGS, Vice Pres. JNO. B. FOOTE, Cashier. DIRECTORS Chas. Ji. Birnbaum I,. 1). Cooper E. N. Both Howard 1*. Ceilings J. \\'. Corrington Chas. ('. Sparks 6. P. Collings Ed If. Johnson M. C. Tomblor CAPITAL, SURPLUS AND UNDIVIDED PROFITS ONE HUNDRED FIFTY THOUSAND DOLLARS Gold Crowns .$3.00 to $5.00 Bridge Work .$3.00 to $5.00 Gold, Porcelain, Platinum or Silver Fillings ...50c up Plates .$4.00 up Extraction, latest method..50c I WRITTEN GUARANTEE WITH ALL WORK. jj Dr. H. F. BUSCH DENTIST q 629 1-2 Central Avenue Next to Arkansas Trust Co Phone 326. Hours 8 a.m. to 6 p.m. u C ALL KINDS OF CHINA, GLASS AND QUEENSWARE. TIN AND ENAM ELWARE, HOTEL AND RESTAURANT DISHES AND UTENSILS A SPECIALTY. Hot Springs Racket Store 2H CENTRAL AVENUE iliifiii; PH0NE ,flq4 WONDLHfU!. SliMS IN WONDEKFUL PKODUCTIDN i __.. JULES VERNE'S "20,000 LEAGUES UNDER THE SEA" AT LYRIC NEXT WEEK. The world's most costly motion pic ture production comes to the Lyric heater next week, on Thursday, Kri day and Saturday, when that pay. I h-use exhibits tor the first time in | Hot Springs a startling dramatization of Jules Verne's famous novel "20, eon J. >ag es I'uder the Sea." It was thought impossible to strictly folio \ the drama in a motion pict ire epecta d<. hut the seemingly Impossible has been made po-sible, and real and thr 1 ling i nden ea pictures are ohewn, pictures that startle the spectator. and fill them wt h awe at tile genius , tliat prcmpKd such work as was ne i j co s;u v to take such photographs. . Munster ship,- are shown, cruising | tin- sea. wthteii suddenly a torpedo, i who«e action • wider the waters have . been vividly photographed, attacks thy slip 'iiul she sink . Other awe-inspir ing scenes are enacted, making one cf ‘lie greatest thrillers that was ever thrown upon a screen. The gigantic film prod* xtiau of "20.000 League* I'ndcr the Sea.'' r* m he anions novel of Jules Vern *. is a production that cost over a mil lion dollars and which req ired ovc* »o years i:i lie making. Genuine and authentic, undersea photography made and show’ll* upon the screen d .. j ing the action of the play, and is a marvelou visualization In perfect realistic detail. ship i ANY EXCITEMENT Suffered From Nervousness and Weak ness and Would Just Go to Pieces, If Excited, Writes Georgia Lady. 1 ________ jWins'on. Ga.~ I am taking Cardul right now," w rites Mr- Aline Green, of | R. J-'. 1). 1, this place. "I suffer v . v much iu my . . . and from nervou. - lies - and weakness. This is tlw th»r1 time l have taken it. The fir-l Lim ' was about four years ago . . . Had a great deal of lu ida. hu and was so nervous all ..r.ie time that i couldn’t stand any excitement at all If I got. exeted I would' Just a’l give way and go to pieces. M.y st ter-in t law I, Id me firs; about Cardul and I began to take it. I ootid tel ii big difference m my strength before I had taken a whole bottle. I was about well Ly the tune I bad taken 3 or 4 bottle and l oon got n l could do all my work The Heociid time l took it was us fad . .1 think I overworked picking cotton and doing my bo nework. 1 go; mi bad hat I suffered very badly at my -i 1 began taking Car dpi at i’ll i ti ck it I'Oft t's and I imirt“ d aie;.v hi gun to improve and f• 1 oet ter than I It ad in a ' ng tin c. I weigh ed 1 f>4 whin I Unbilled ta' ? it. more than I lud in a long time." Cardul. the woman's tonic, lias won the (onfident » of its users by the re alt- which they obtain. Try it. TOBACCO HABIT AND SCURVY REMEDY furnished almost Before y u know it. I’UMieaut mouth wash. Sure quick and lasting cure. Eliminates nicotine. Trial convinces the most skeptical. Bend $2 lor remedy, (i in ran teed. Red wine «nd Stone, No. It) Canyon street, Hot Springs, /)rk. JMmn. ;JUDGED THIEVES ARE IDENTIFIED EASILY THREE MEN ACCUUSED OF THE DANIELS ROBBERY WILL BE IN MUNICIPAL COURT TODAY. I Yi'-t rday Frank Duuiels the vie tun ol n bold daylight hold-up hero •aft. Wednesday evening, positively idea.Lied the tin >e men held for tuk ! Jng part in the robbery, i „ tlie or* rh a here of die two of Hhe trIf. w ho were (apt red in Little Rock. Detoc Hv» Sull.van and Young yesorduy rectived niiuih general commenda tion for the part they played in cap luring tlie two who had made their escape from tflic city when mip ot the rio w is recognized nt Oaklawn by Caniel and brought to jail by Oscar Sullivan. Dave Young notified the Little Rock officers that tlie two men were on a train passing through that city, and the Little Rock officers rec gnlz ed them from the descriptions, a 1 of which were made certain when hats were lifted from their heads. The ha s bad been p renewed here after the robbery, and bore tilie trade mark of a Central avn <■ haberdashery. The mien wit; be arranged in the city court tills morning where the fact, in tike case will be laid before Judge Ledgerwood. The men have been held in jail with nt bond up :o this time, and it is cofi' idtred doubtful if they will le ah e to moke a bond here under the conditions. -o— In Society Mrs. Rigsbee ‘Hostess to Fortnightly Club. The Fortnightly Club met with an excellent attendance Wednesday en jovlng the hospitality of Mrs. .t. II race Riir.be-> as hostess who en tertained in the club room of the Goodie Shop. Mr-. ,T. E. Harper, president, was in tliie cliair during the business session whidh disposed of a number of mat ters of importance. It was decided to a“s;, t in the giving of the pageant to lie staged for the benefit of tbe Bien nial fund. The literary program was lmrlicu larly in ter e ting and dealt with mod ern lit**-of re. Mrs. J. H. Rigsbee presided as easier. Tlie roll call responses were to The Most Beautiful Thoughts ill Lit erature." Mrs. Geo. \\ albert followed with a pi undid reading. "The Woman f the New South," written by a Pine Bluff woman and >i prize winner In a con est in New York. Miss Jaanita Gilliam rendered a vooa’ solo in good voice. Mr-. Carl Miles gave a review of a popular book. "When a Man's a Man." will it •b she handled thorf u e h 1 y and entertainingly. "Developing u l.ove for Good Literature" was the tin me of Miss .Mary Rudolph’s dis course given in an interesting manner. Mrs. C. E. Hlckok’s paper was espe cially fine. Tlio subject assigned to her was "The Bit) e—It's Place in Lit erature." Sbe placed it at tike pin nacle of all good literature. Following the program, the hostess entertained with a social hour during which dainty and delicious refresh ments were served. * * * Mrs. Tombler and Miss Wdson Joint Hostesses at Bridge. M ss Elsie Wi son and Mrs. M. (’. Tomider were joint hostesses at bridge yc.-terday afternoon at. Who handsome home of the latter. Yellow was extensively used in the decorations tn which jonquils predom inated as the Loral favorite. Five tables were used for tlie games. Pretty prizes w are awarded the suc cessful contestants. Those sharing the gracious hospi tality of Mesdames TVnib er and Alias Wil i n, HM'J.udied: Alesdanuv* J. It. \kers. C F. Huff, Hugh Steele. Harry i jell man. H. C. Wright of Chicago, F. ink Goodwin, of Tittle flock, Clha*. I .tvis Jos. I.oiiginotu Jr . James Jelks Frank Jelks. Charles Hlrnliaum. R. A. Jones, J. M. IT ctor. Hi! y A.ndt rson aril Miss Mildred Cotton. * *■ «► Airs, Fa I Power- is here from Washington, I> C . on a visit to her mother, Air-. Fa.inie Games \\ i Ham son. * * Kc\. and M s. II. S. Humphreys of N -w Britain, Conti . have arrived fer a visit to Mrs. C. (i. Comers. They vver accompanied by 'Air. and Mrs. Rii-i- of New Yt>rk who have located nt the Arlington. * * * Mr- Frank Hood win of Little Rock is vie Ring her frietid. Airs. A. C. Jcn n in go. * * * •Miss Sadie Greenway and .several nn n i'crs cf thGreenway family art? , expected herl the latter part of the month for a week'* visit. * * * Senator Camden and private *»• re tary. \Y. S. Huiiter, of Lexington, Ky.. are at tAie Arlington. . ,-—-0“ Your gRt of Jaocajd silverware Will be appreciated by the Bride. The new and appropriate gifts for Bridesmaids and Groomsmen will he appreciated. Lowest priors .V>5 Central avenue, i With Easter coming on apace apd falling two full weeks earlier than a year ago, the need grows urgent to meet and greet it as benefits the age-old custom, namely, with New Clothes appropriate for the Event. “Needle Moulded Clothes” Tailored By The Globe Tailoring Co. Who present a line of 500 Beautiful Fabrics, including newest foreign and domestic made woolens from which to select your Easter Suit. Every Suit is made to your individual measurment and both the Globe Tailoring Co. and Woodcock & Lawson guaran tee your satisfaction in Style Fit and satisfactory service. Tailored Suits from $18.50 to $48.50 MEN’S STORE I ; “The stars incline, but do not 1 compel.” | DAILY HOROSCOPE ! I j STAURDAY, MARCH 10, 1917. j ] (Copyright, 1917, by the McClure Newnpaper Siudkate.) 1 _ * Tills la a day In which to pursue or dinar) matter*. Eerl> In the tnornlng N«ntun*' in in botv fi«' uul lcitei Vcnu(4 is friendly. Mar* und Uranus are adverse. It is not a fortunate dtiy for 'cum metre or for ocean travel There muy l>e a serious shipwreck within the week There is a most promising sign f<>r theaters and all places of unniseni' at. It should lie a lucky day for first ap pearances of a- tors or for first perfonn alives of l>la>"S. Under this rule all matters pertaining to dress shouht he fortunate Modistes, milliners, merchants- who deal in (flovos 0,1,1 hosiery, lewelers and manutacturnrs of silks should benefit. Tho seers prophesy for motion pic tures a new period of prosperity in which higher Ideals of art prevail and better subject* are pr. sente,I Kdigious revivals will mark the late weeks of sprlnu In large rides as well as small towns and tills emotional awak ening will pivpur • for ii.stnnishing uis i overh s relatlmr to the ocult world, as troli.gers foretell. Floods n manv Places are lnai< atea for tile next few weeks and in more than on** ease loss of 1 if• * IS probable Mysterious crimes in whi, h persons of prominence will be the victims are. pre soeed by the stars. A grill i the pbiticls are read a giving warning that a scandal will aw ik* n i»it> II,■ liidiguntion and lead to lev lain,ns concerning the prevalent,' of den- i:> raev. V fire of explosion that will cause a great sensation js prognostleuted for Washington und a public building Is men need. Thp \ it of a distinguished envo) from Chihli .inp.m will occur in April hjhI will In* attendiii with tflffnlfi caut results, the predict. , Much illness ninoiiR bui.slator isl presjRifl hv tip- stars, tin last \*»tU oi l Alan b being put th-ul »rly nviuiping. Persons whoso blrfbdat« it n do nal not lend nioiw or apppulah If roii aorvuUVv in hustnoss it Will »up£e< i Tm yam mav bp full of anxieties. <childi*>n limn on this day probably will sttcoiwsful in business, but -mi • 'Up tpv» rs • ; are ludi' ated Uhls will b« happy in marriage. Williams' Kidney and Liver Pill; Hxve you overworked your nervous system aud caused trouble with your kidney* uud liver? Have you pains in lulus, side and back? Have you a flabby appearance Cif the face and under the eyes? If so, use WILLIAMS’ KIDNEY AND LlVEH PILLa toe sole by all druggists. Price 50 cuts. WILLIAMS rr6. CO.. PropSn Cleveland, Ohk Sold by Central Druo Store, Hot Springs __ Ark. BLAKE8 Leading Jewelers INVITE YOU TO VISIT THEIR STORE AND INSPECT THEIR BEAUTIFUL DISPLAY OF DX^-XdZOXTXDS ALSO NEWEST NOVELTI ES IN JEWELRY BLAKES DIAMOND MOUNTING FINE WATCH REPAIRING This Speaks for Itself! Mr. Frank Cotc'i the World's Cl)amp on Wrestler, makes the fol lowing statement: Hot Springs. Arkansas, February 9, 1917. Potash Sulphur Springs, Hot Springs, Ark. Gentlemen: For the past year I have had more or less stomach trouble, for which I could find no relief. I have been at Hot Springs just three weeks today, and have used your water for that length of time, and the aforesaid trouble has entirely disappeared. I cannot recommend this water too highly for any dis ability of that kind. I expect to keep this water in my home In the future at all times. Yours very truly, (Signed) FRANK A. GOTCH. There is no doubt that the visitor to Hot Springs who Is not advised to drink POTASH SULPHUR WATER loses the best part of the benefits of his or her trip. Call and iuipect cur office. Visitors alwavs welcome. POTASH SULPHUR SPRINGS, Inc. 119 COURT STREET ’PHONE 2101 Sentinel-Record Want Ads Bring; Results.