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; Royal Theatre
TODAY
THE
Seventh Noon
A MASTER FEATURE REPEALING THE HORRIBLE CRIME
TRUST.
THE MASKED ROMANCE
A TWO-PART COMEDY BY THE VOGUE FILM COMPANY.
REEL- LIFE ,t
CENTRAL THEATRE
TODAY
THE DRAMATIC PRODUCTION IN TWO IMPRESSIVE PART j,
, FEATURING
Eulalie Jensen—William Dunn-Billie Billiogs
Brinsley Shaw, in
“MISSING”
A GENERAL FILM COMPANY
9PECIAL DRAMA.
Ernest Maupin and Mable
Bard'ne in
••THE FINISH."
A Two Reel Essanay Feature.
THE FORD WEEKLY,
New*—WhMe It Is News.
The Riotous Uproar,
•‘HAPPY NAT'S DILEMMA.”
A SMASHING CHRISTIE
COMEDY,
Good, Clean Curnedy.
PRICES FOR TODAY—5 AND CENTS.
New Comedy
Harry St. Clair
Stock Company
PRESENTS
Dora Thorne
IN FOUR ACTS
Thursday,
Friday and
Saturday
t|1 V
FIVE-iREEL FEATURE.
^ENTITLED
‘Danger\$ignar
Lot Sorrells i/rug Co. .oofc *ft«’
your KODAK flnlatinK t-U-tf
NOTICE!
Drs. Drennen and
Drennen removed
from the Thompson
building to “Morn
ingside,” corner of
Mountain and Ex
change st., opposite
Fordyce Bath House
SICK MAN
Don’t leave Hot Spring# until
you investigat,
LOPEZ
No medicine ha» such l roofs
of iu marvelous curea. Be con
vinced.
fend or call for our free book
let on Blood, Skin and Private
do-eases.
■ LOPEZ REMEDY CO.
801 CENTRAL AVE.
daughter in terrible shape.
Women bear troubles more bravely
tb;m men. They smile and suffer
pain uncomplainingly where a man
demands a do tor and nurse. A
Mitchell, Bagdad. Ky.. writes: "My
daughter was in terrible shape with
kidney trouble. I got her to take
Foley Kidney Pills and she is com
pletely cured.’’ Aching back, sore
musc les, tstiff joints, shooting pains in
sides, rheumatic aches are indications
that tii,- kidneys are not working prop
erl> Foley Kidney Pills correct bind
der troubles A. C. Jenning-, druggist.
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U-VO-Na SALVE.
I-or all forms ot skin troubles, sores,
Itch and eruptions. Unexcelled for
piles. Antiseptic, germicide. All
druggists; L’-.c per box. Moore Drug
Co. 8-27-tr
NOTICE
Dr. Witlfred K. Mess bus taken ever
the dental practice of TV It. ’I’ Took
pud Will continue, (ninth floor, Thomp
son building. 4-l0-1m
—.—ru-.——
Will call, shanip o. treat scalp,
manicure an mu-sage Vddress Mary
102 Second street. 4-22-1 w
Backa he. dizziness, rheumatic pains,
stiff or sore joints and other symp
te nts yield to Foley Kidney Pills. A
j C. Jennings, druggist.
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CUT THIS OUT—IT IS WORTH
MONEY.
DON’T MISS THIS, rut ut this slip,
enclose with r.c and mail it to Foley
| & Co., 2S8.1 Sheffield Ave . Chicago.
111., writing your name and address
clearly. You will receive in return a
trial pai kage containing Foley s Honey
and Tar Compound, for coughs. . olds
and croup: Foley Kidney Pills, for
pain in side- and back, rheumatism,
backache, kidney and bladder ail
moms; and Foley aOthartic Tablets, a
wholesome and thoroughly cleansing
cathartic, for constipation, biliousness,
headache and sluggish bowel*. A C.
Jennings druggist
Dr A. W. Berrow
OSTEOPATH AND PHYSICIAN.
Sumpter-Little Bldg., 610 Central Ave
Office hour3. 9 to 12 and 2 to 6. Ap
pointments by duy and night.
Phones: Office 273, Residence 106.
Williams’ Kidney and Liver Pills
Have Von overworked >our nervous system
»ud cLILMd trouble with your kidney* and
liver A Have you pains iu Joins, side and
Itn* k I nave you a f'.'.bb nppe&rkoca
nf the! face aud under tin* e>e»; If so, use
^U*r»AMK’ KIDNEY AND l.IVl'i: TILLS.
g-Qt *lile by all druggists. Price M n nU,
eiLLO *S MFG. CO.. Prop*., Cleveland, (Jhlt
Sc id b. Central Drua Store, Hot Spnnys
Ark.
i
FASCINATINIi FLATUSES
Blli BILL TODAY
NEW CENTRAL THEATER OFFERS
EXCEPTIONAL PROGRAM FOR
ITS SATURDAY ENTER
TAINMENT.
With an ever better program the
New i Miirai today amiwnr-e* that' it
has secured the very be I In motion
pictures for the Saturday show, and
ip tiering the lineup of stars adver
tised. It promises to be a feature pro
gram fo- that day.
KtiipsI 'Maupin and Mabel Hardine
are c starred in "The Finish'' an
i'ssanay drama in two pur’
Th-s is as clever a presentation f
the surprise ending as lias ever been
produced upon tlie screen A drt
mat o situation is built up smoothly
and effective v acted. Then at the
ten est moment the walls of the scene
tumble down and he audience learns
that it has been watching a play in a
motion picture studio. This surprise
is ci mplcte.
The story is ns loll \vs: .\orman
.Turret, a man -f wealth, heeoines
simple us ot h!, wife's friendship tor
Jtohert Travis, a votin’ chihman. and
employs detectives to learn the truth
n the affair. He learns of their Ul
tima > and plots revenge He an
nounces ,hat he is leaving the city.
Upturning home unexpectedly, he sur
prises his wife and the young man
in each other's arm . lie telephones
for a newspaper rep l’ter and gives
the story to the pub ic. When the
early editions r the paper arrive, the
wife learns that the nmn she loves
has committed suicide because -f Hie
scandal. She prepares to follow his
example.
Knlnlle Jensen. \V 11 lam Hu tin 111 Me
Milling and Brinsley Shaw appear in
the thril ing dramatic feature, 'Miss
or .,” produeed by the fleneral 1-dm
Company.
The Ford Weekly. ‘ Happy Nat's
Dilemma.” and a new Christie com
edy close the bill.
Absolutely no advance in prices to
day, 5 and 15 cents.
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PAHS IN FEAR
OF CRIME TRUST
Plot to Kidnap Beautiful Actress
Clearly Shewn In Seventh Noon
Master Feature. Royal Today.
T day the Royal theater is showing
for the first time in Arkansas that
wonderful and much talked r feature,
"The Seventh Noon lit this feature
you will see where, not only war. hut
other things art) affronting civiliza
tion. You will see in tilts feature
where vampires ltuvt taken the war
ring nations In -term The lust f r
human It ood and greed for wealth are
prt dominating arid r- annually day by
day are growing str tiger. Few, if
any, features have ever been shown in
Hot Springs w Imre there is more
realism and sensational scenes titan
in "The Seventh Noon.” in many
of the larger o ties this wonderful
feature iias been shown continually
day after day f i several week . One
of the noted critics expresses him
self, saying that for the good rf hu
manity and tlie welfare of future gen
“I BEGAN TO
TAKE CARDUI
And Soon Saw That It Benefited Me."
Writes This Kentucky Lady
— Read Her Statement.
Clifton Mills, Ky.—(Mrs ('. W.
Woods of his place writes About
five years a no 1 g 1 in very bail health.
I not thin, weighed only !>1 lhs., and
I am tall, too. 1 had dreadfu. pains
in my left and right sides . . . ! then
nad in attendance tDr.---, who
gave medicine for about a year which
d <1 me n good He then told me to
take Cardui Me said he thought it
would benefit me more than anything
1 could take.
“Ii would get so had ff 1 ouldn’t do
my work at all, and ! was oenfined to
my bed part of the time, and suffered
most of the time: sometimes awful
.1 then began to take Cardui and
I soon began to see that It benefited
me. It eased my pains and the en
largement went out of my . . and 1
have been steadily getting better ever
since.
"1 am now in better health than 1
have been since I first took sick, am
stout and can w rk all day long . . .
1 certain y ant getting my former
health back and 1 have a good color
and feel better than slnre i got sick
1 now weigh lift 1*2 lbs.”
If you suffe from any rf the all
menis so common to women, try
Cardui, the woman s tonic.
JOE WALSH, COMEDIAN >
AND AMATEURS TONIGHT
SMASHING BIG DOUBLE SHOW FOR
THE WEEK END AT THE PRIN.
CESS THEATER TODAY.
Here is th<‘ biggest and In t Sal '
u Pel ay sh w ihe Princess ha- ever of-1
tereil for a week-end bill, a hi a five j
part William Sn\ < otred.' with no 1
less a star than George Walsh, the
"king of -miles." in the lend, sip
Plat'. a rich voting fallow whose allow
ance is i nt off by his millionaire
father. Hers eh el Mayull. He hires out
as a valet in tin effort t make good.
Hr is employed In Kthe bert, son of
Atr~. Vanderp ol Rosita .Marstini). the
lady with urohaelogieal intentions.
Patricia West (D ris Pawn), niece
of T Morgan .lenks tCaarles Clary t,
at the same time h res our as secre
tary to Mis Vanderpool Patricia is
also endeavoring to sh her uncle
the mettle she is made of.
When Mrs. Vanderpool goe- West
to seek bones in a deserte Wine she
takes Ftheloert and the m • neinly
ported by I) ris Pawn, the beaut ful employed servants with her
little Eng ish actress. In a pin} that! V night there will be two big
is filled with snrprPes and laughs, anniti r vaudevi h- sh ws, with som<
'High Finance'' ** , new talent, and a whole lot ol the
Hones ot evey kind figure in the *J*1 w 1 °l the old talent. Am ng the
newest William Fox pr duet ion in "ow ones you will see Senor’.ta, in
which George Walsh is starring. "11 gh ^|uln's 1 song ; M Savage -It', in
Finance." i Mince Harris, who will surprise you;
In the first place there are the "1,11,1 (’f 'he old favorites there will
hones of extinct geological monsters. 1,e I'ahy hlesher, Jessamine Stevens,
f r which a lady with archaeological ^"'h Hernhardt. Wilma < pane, Eddie
intentions is seeking, in the next ^llf‘n* ,1<H' 'talsh and other-,
place there are several old-tashiorteil , This is positive y iie greatest
honehead- In the third pace there amateur vaudeville lull we have ever
are piles f "hones,” in tin* slang offered. > don't miss it.
sense the kind which make the world j The prices for Saturday are utter
go 'round. j no ti. and Ei cents; night, in ant!
Mr Walsh plays the part yf Preston I’> cents.
eraticns every man. woman and child
should ho drafted and forced to wit
ness his production.
in connection with Ui« feature a
funny comedy will he shown.
ARRIVALS AT HOTEL COMO.
A. Grcenl.urft, St. Louis; U B. 'Mor
ris, England, Art;.; 11 <’. Elbers, Eng
land. Ant: A, D. lliatihard. f.ittle
Itoek; Ed Adams,' Hope; Tom Neely,
;;t. Loin-; S. T. IVitterson, J.ittle
Kook; E. K. Bradley a.id wife, Bay
( iiy, Muli.; 1! \V Norvllie, Little
Hock: L. Ilraverman, Richmond, Va.;
.Mrs. M. Urok, Denver; it. W. Emer
son, San Antonio: .1 L. Wrlaht, Cb1
■ ago; loan Levy, New Vork: W R.
Lamb e. Li tie lion. It H. Rnnimder.
Dl ark. \n,.: Win Reminder, Jhsark,
Ark.; T. I’. Kelleani. it> ; L. P. <’ryer,
1.title Itoek It. (1 P's el, Chicago; V.
Sehlff. New Vork; P i \ke-son, Dal
las. E. M. Dillard. Asntowti, Ark.;
Thus. Sciiolos, C’hicaao; \ Cobb, pine
It.tiff.
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OBITUARY.
William Newt Thomas wa- born hi
Sirinili'id. l*a.. in the year 1M4, and
ibed ai (be Army and Navy Hospital
h. tills city on April --V He enlisted
in company B. tilth reylment volun
teer infantry of Illinois, and served al
most bree years, lacking but a few
days. At Hit? cose of the war lie was
honorably discharged. lie ante to this
rty m the year lks7 and remained
lore continuously -Ince that time.
He is survived by his widow, one
laughter a Ohm and a s,< «r in New
Mexico. The funeral servile will lie
u tiie Cross ITdertuiiiim Parlor- next
Sunday morning a' 9 o'clock Inter
inent wdl be in (ircenwood cemetery.
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“A SMILE IN EVERY DOSE."
l.i-Vo Na Pills n 't on l.iver, tones
lip Stomach and Nerves Small and
mild. All druggists. Price LC.c per
bottle. Moore Drug Co. V.'7-tt
We nave in operai.un a circulating
t> system throughout out plant, which
prevents a fy from lighting. Tne Pa*
teurlzed fc.Hk Co. 8-11-tt
8PECIALS—Tutti-frutti and maple
Ice cream. The Pasteurized Milk Co
8-22-tf. f
' \ ' '
Save Your Winter Clothes
White Lined Odorless Moth Proof
Bags from 75c to $1.00 s!L*
Flake Mothaline .... 25c a pound
Moth Balls.25c. a pound
Murray’s Rat, Roach and Bug
Doom, 25c, 50c and $1.00 sizes
The Murray Bug Exterminators
Are used by the principal Hotels and Apartment
Houses of the country.
Princess—TodaK
'■ i 'it . i - i ii-ir jiti j_r ;;
IN THIS WONDERFUL COMEDY DRAMA TODAY WILLIAM
FOX PRESENTS.
Laai"rrn Wo Ion
Tfdlbll
THE KING OF SMILES, WHO PUTS ONE OVER ON HIS
FATHER IN A FIVE-REEL COMEDY DRAMA—
“HIGH FINANCE”
HE WINS MONEY AND H E WIN S T H E GI R L. A N D H E SH O WS
THE OLD MAN THAT THERE IS MORE FIGHT IN HIM THAN
HE EXPECTED.
Amateur Vaudeville
SOME NEW ONES WILL BE SEEN AND HEARD IN THE TWO
BIG VAUDEVILLE SHOWS AT NIGHT—TAKE A LOOK
RUTH BARNHARDT,
Not Sarah—But Nearly.
WILMA CRANE.
Our Own Little Song Bird.
WOOD HARRIS,
A Big Surprise, This Bird.
SENORITA CAUJAL,
In Qua'nt Span'sh Songs.
M. SAVAGE, JR.,
N ftiest Dancer of 'Em All.
EDDIE ALLEN.
No Introduction Needed.
JOE WALSH,
Who Sings and Sings Well.
JESSAMINE STEVENS,
Queen of Terpsichorean
Artistry.
BABY FLESHER,
Everybody Loves a Baby.
AND OTHERS,
If They Are Needed.
PRICES—AFTERNOON, 5 AND 15 CENTS: NIGHT. 10c AND 15c.
HAD TROUBLE FOUR OR FIVE
YEARS.
No one appreciates good health like
hose who are ill. W.-J. Curry. 1(. C
D. 2. Salem, Mo , writes: “1 have been
bothered with bladder trouble tour or
five years. It save uie a great deal of
[tain. 1 took different, medicine but
nothing ditl me any good until I got
Foley Kidney Pills.” Many persons
suffer from kidney and bladder
[rouble when they can be relieved.
Dr. E K. Wlnegar Tias returned to
his practice and can ue found at hie
office 1UC-34S Central avenue from
1 to 12 and .3 to E> p in 11-14-tf.
Dr. tv. H. Hickson announces that
:ie treat- eczema, blood anil all kinds
if skin diseases, by a method that is
simply wonderful. Also diseases of
he re turn and cures plies without
.he use of the knife. Twenty years
n Hot Springs, Ark. Citizen ’ Nn
lonal flank Ituilding I tint
Logan Retry Ice Cream. The Pas
eu-'ml Milk Co. 4-1 -tf
RECTOR AND SAWYER.
The partnership between E. W. Rec
tor a"<l mvself fcoving been dissolv
ed by the deaih of Mr Rector, I «,'all
continue the practice of law tinder the
firm name of Hector and Sawyer,
heretofore used, this continued use
of his name having been generously
suggested and permitted hy h's fam
ily. L. E SAWYER,
Hot Springs, Ark. Feb !), !!M7. 2-1' f
Ordinary buttermilk ha* the butter
removed, our Bulgarian buttermilk
contain* all the original tats. The
Pasteurized Milk Co. A H.tt
PETE AND JIM
Serve Hot Chili
Pip ng hot and eell seasoned. The
finest Chill ever served nere,
HOT LUNCH OUR SPECIALTY
Cal) at Our New Place,
612 Central Ave. Sumpter.Little Bldg.

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