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FOR PROFITEERING FOOD ADMINISTRATION ORDERS PENALTIES ON FIRMS FOR VIOLATIONS OF RULES. *N Very Small Technical Violation in In stance of Two Others Covered 3y Reprimand—Other- Cases Under Investigation. — ■ ■ Ibe first meeting of the Garland j County Rxecutime Committee of the A'nlted 'Staler Food ttdmiuh4(a.Uon was held at the office of the County Food Administrator Howlett on Fri day afternoon December 6th. The meeting was railed following a three 'Says investigation by ,T. R. Britton of V l.fttle 'Rcxk. hi collection willi buying * and selling prices of Hot Springs food ueaiers. Eight merchants were summoned, ■whose sales showed that they had charged In excess of the per centage or profit allowed by the administra tion on staple articles of food, pen alties were given seven cases, and one case, that of C. 3. Burch, 1302 'Central avenue, summons was in er ror and Investigation of the books of Mr. Burch showed that he had abided faithfully by flic rules of the admin istration and ho was commended for bis paAiotlsm, The penalities adjudged follow: S. A. Burroughs; Hobson and sum mer, place of business closed for two days. December 20 and 27. also the display of die government food sign, PIGGLY WIGGLY PAYS YOU WELL TO CARRY YOUR PACK AGES. 12-5-tf Bondurant i uT Wood Co. Coal, 4 foo_ • jnd stove PC rebuild ilia ad $40 -—St ’ ° w 11-13 tf ^^wance Showing OF NEW FABRICS FOR FALL and WINTER Is now ready for your inspection, many extensive patterns which will appeal to you. We tailor according to the latest styles to conform with your pershonality. N. COHN, Tailor 418 Central Ave. \ J.. l \ I fc 0 W» Have lath Outfit* Any Prle* D**lr*d. Xmas Candies This store, as usual, will have for Christmas the largest and greatest variety of fine candles made. Hurler's, Halliard's, Martha Washington, Pago & Shaw's, and the celebrated hoef ler's Centennial Chocolates, made in Astoria, Ore. You can buy any of these makes of candies in any size 'package you iwiant from the smallest, up to the five imund box. Call and see. The best and purest of candy Is wholesome and (mats only a litUe more than the inferior makes that are dangerous. Also have (he largest ami finest line of perfumery and toilet articles in Hot Springs. ^ -*~”i—ir\-n ~ Lemly s Drug Store IPHONE 201. ESTABLISHED 1875 Visitors’ Prescriptions a Specialty 364 Central Avenue, Hot Springs, Ark. "(Closed for ,Prryftto*^ring1' (and his signature to the pledge to abide by the rules in the future. J. FI. Graves, Hcrtwon avenue, clos ed for six bufineae days beginning December 6th. Id splay of Profiteer ing sign and signature to pledge. Geo, F. Clark, 923 Hobson avenue, closed for two days. December 11th and 12th. Displalv or profiteering sign and signature to pletfciae. R. W. Chapman 1262 Central av enue, closed for two days, poceml>er 26th and1 27t'h, display of profiteering sign and signature ,o pledge. L. G. Reader, 1201 Central avenue, Hosed for two days, 'Decenvbei 26 and 27, display of piofiteeding fclsn and signature to pledge. Hardy Hinton, 23S Ouachita avenue, reprimand by committee, and volun tarily signed the pledge T. J. Golden, 70S Central, repri manded by eoaimittce and voluntarily signed the pledge., The cases of Hardy Hinton and T J. Golden were shown to be technical violations, and both parties signified their intentions to comply with the food administration regulation:,. In the case of .Vlr Hinton the profi' In two Instance* amounted to a nut ter of ten cent t on a barrel of flour. In the case of Mr. Golden, profit --too ftOr nf dtln rPnt overcharge on a pound of butter A number of other oases were in vestigated by Mr. Britton and these will be summoned l>y the committee at a latter date. MONEY IN EGGS. Bggs are not money tout the money from tbelr sale is. This money is yours for the effort. How do you t’eat the hen that lays the Golden Kggs B A, Thomas' Poultry Remedy will keep the poultry in gootl condition and in crease the yield in eggs We guar an'ec this and refund your money if not satisfied.—Adv. "For Sale by All Good Dealers,” oi write the Old Kentucky Manufactur ing Company, Inc.. Paducah, Ky. -—o Cut This Out—It Is Worth Money Don’t miss this. Cut out 'his slip, enclose with 5c and mail it to Foley & Co.. 2S35 Sheffield Ave., Chicago, III., writing your name and address clear ly. You will receive in return a trial A|iq!tai^e oonraining Foley"a Honey Tar Compound for coughs, colds and croup; Foley Kidney Pills for pain in e-ides and back; rheumatism, back ache, kidney and bladder ailments;' and Foley Cathartic Tablets, a whole some and thoroughly cleansing ca thartic. for constipation, (biliousness, headache and sluggish liowels. A. C I Jennings.—Adv. -o Dr W. H Hickson announces tha he treats eczema, blood and all kinds of skin diseases, by a method that to simply wonderful. Aleo diseases ot the rectum and cures Piles wichoui the uae ot the Knne. i»eniy jears In Hot Springs, Ark. Citizens National Bank Building. 8-21 REMOVAL. NOTICE. Dr. R. J. Lew's, chiropractor, has re moved his offices to the Ketnpne building, *20 1-2 Central avenue rooms 5 and t 10-13-tf Classy mid pretty x,ntas cards at Secord’s Art Store, especially appro priate for soldiers, Red Cross and patriotic workers. l2-l-6t " . ■ - THE TIRE DOCTOR. The expert vulcajnizt-r saves sick tires, old tiresf down-and-out tires In these days w hen new tiros arc a luxury. vuleeniziniR of old tires is a necessity. Let us show you w*tat v. onders we ran work with a tire which you might think t« ''done for.” Try us oil that old casing and Judge for yourself Harvey Tire and Battery Co. Rhone 4IS. __ _ - - _ - - - .1* I ! Consulting Chemist's Certificate •: * i«i* • W H. MORSE, M, 0. Consulting Chemist > 1 November Twentieth 1 9 1 S. To Whom It May Concern: ' ' ' This *3 to certify that l have bad the opportunity of examining the preparation “G. S” purchased in the open market in Athuita, Ga„ and of exhibiting the same in medical practice. I find tt lo be a meritorious remedy, carefully com pounded, and of high therapeutical value in the treatment of derangements of the functions of the kidneys, liver and spleen which derangements are indicated by rheumatic, rheumatoid and gouty disorder. The exact cause of rheumatism is unknown, ?n»t it is generally supposed to be due to an excess of uric acid in the blood. That excess occurs when the functions of the kidneys, liver and spiedn are deranged. Therefore, as “G. S.” restores those functions, and thus frees the blood of uric acid and alt else that is con taminating, it stands to reason that it is rcmodlal* of rheumatism, gout, lithnemia, urtcucidaemla, and auto-in fection from all suboxidatlcm products of the uric acid type. Respectfully and heartily submitted. W. H MORS-K. The claims of G. S. (Gross’ Specific) of being the greatest blood, kidney, pellagra and rheumatism medicine has been amply proven by the testimonials of thousands of people who have been relieved of Pellagra, Rheumatism and other ailments. But it remained for the morning mail to bring to Dr. Gross the greatest testimonial to his medicine that has ever come to any proprietary medicine made in the country. It comes in the shape of an unsolic ited and unexpected letter and certifi cate from the eminent chemist, Dr. W. H. Morse, of Hartford, Conn. Hun dreds of physicians and doctors and thousands of cured people in this coun try have given their endorsement to the splendid curative powers of G. 8., but the letter and certificate from Dr. Morse, coming as they do without any sort oL r '^''tion, brings the positive proof that medicine is all that has ever been claimed for it. / \ ■.- 1 ■ 1,11 " - '■ ..... ■" —,u"" ” Letter from Dr. Morse, Con sulting: Chemist, of Conn. - j w. h. MOfiSE, m. d. , f r ,r r 449 Zion Street J f Hartford, Corn, ^ November Twentieth » 1 9 l S v , i • l»r. Gross, » r -* 4 m Little Hock, Ark. \ | Dear Sir: ' ' r 1 enclo.e a Consulting Ch waist's CertMtcate on y<>A\r ”G. S.” which came to my notice as tho Great Stuff used by our boys al Camp Hancock. That which they said, made me curious to know tho Why and Wherefore of Us chemical charakter and therapy. The Certificate states results. I have said to the hoya that at tlir (’amp. or any where else, where the renalf hepatic and splenic functions become deranged, if "O. S ” la used Hie Habitat Fcjhci tas!" may be written over (be door. 1 have not written the Certificate for fee; but. f know you Southern gentlemen well enough to know that you will want to show your appreciation by soma ‘ turn of compliment,” uo you will find herewith also tho card of a Mission of which I ani Superintendent, which would appreciate nnv part of the Consulting Chemist's 123 fee as a donation. Finally, T congratulate you on your preparation, and am sure that with it In the house «ne will not find any, pleasure in bavins rbcumatlz, gout, or a bilious spell \ HowtUy ,"0prfi| w h, MimaE This Should Convince Any Reasonable Man 1 That G. S. is not merely a propriety medicine of merit, but that it is really a specific for all the ailments. Dr. | Morse would not use the medicine at Camp Hancock and recommend its use to the soldiers of the country, if it (I were not so. | The “Great Stuff,” as Dr. Morse puts it, is put up and sold in Little Rock by L. M. Gross, and may be had II at most any first-class drug store in Arkansas or elsewhere. If you cannot buy it from your druggist send $1 II for one bottle or $5 for six bottles; one bottle guaranteed to benefit any case of Pellagra, Rheumatism, HI, Liver or Kidney Trouble. If it does not benefit, your money will be refunded and no questions asked. jj Address All Letters to P. 0. Box 17 LITTLE ROCK, ARKANSAS | MATT PICCHI VISITS WORLD FAMED PLACES HOT SPRINGS BOY WHO WENT INTO WAR WORK WRITES IN TERESTINGLY TO BROTHER Matt f’icchi who went from Hot Springs into the war work under the direction of the KnIgnis of Columbus ha.s written to ills brother here of the many thing.' of interest lie has seen and heard, in the following com muioation: N'ov, t>. lalh poar Brother: I am welt have not been »brk one ruinute. We had a very tough time crossing the sea on account of the staniiH and had to turn back for three days or else we would be swamped. jvVe caiue in a very small vessel and the other ships in our convoy thought many times that we bad Lone under or we w'ere out of sight of them many times There were ships in our convoy carrying troops Red Cross _____ ... J \r i/'t IYimIu.t « ho trill one secretary died and was bur ied at sea. it was very rad the vessel came to a standstill we had no chap lain on our ship the captain said tUe prayers for the dead and the body slid into the ocean hi the middle of the sea. We saw 7 or 8 icebergs The waver were very high and onc.c w* a. over the ship and canie down Into t'> ■ j Whase TRAINED NURSE Am i ? a* \ cabin W'e were ,ln danger many times and wore our life preservers constantly. I did take my clothes off but one night after -we left Quebec The day before we reached Plymouth, EMgland, where we landed we were met by a number of torpedo boats destroyers ard 'h"n we felt perfect ly safe. Ther ■ is a beatuiful harbor there. We left there about 4 p tn. and reached Ijondon about 1 a. m. and went to Hotel Cosmo where we stayed about three days. Did not like London and was glad to leave. We took the train to .South Hampton and the boat to Havre and from there to Paris by train. Paris is a beautiful city, one of the most beautiful cities In the world Stayed there about two weeks My self and three other secretaries are here to open up headquarters in the Eternal City. Have been busy ane unable to write except odd moment* We are. to open up the first K of C heaquarters in Italy. Pour of us. It Is a great honor and is the best thing to be offered over here. We are find ing i*. quite difficult to fiud suitable or in fact any headquarters. T vist ed St. Peters yesterday and the Vae tlei&n. One of the guard.-, gave us an orange from the tree.; in the ’garden They are green and l hope that they] will keci until I get hornet but I aup pose not i' would be quite a novelty to bring some fruit from the Vatician St. Peter is a massive beautiful catne.j ri-al. The galleries in the Vatician are the most beautiful I have ever seen The painting* urn superb and the sculpture wonderful i! visited Ver sailles near Paris, Louis XIV Palace and gardens and thought It the finest I ever saw which it was in fact until 1 saw the painting in inn Vactician and now Ixniis XIV must take a back 'eat. We were in tlio mountain nee tion of Italy) before coming to Home where there waj lota of snow but here It Ik .iiiRt like Rummer. The place that we are stotppijtg at has lemons and oranges in the yard not very far from St, Peter. There are not very many Americans here. Much dif ferent than Paris as it Is crowded with \meiican soldiers. ! don’t know how Ion? T will he here and hope it won't be long until l will be on tny way back homv T have never setn any one front home yet. Well Joe l hope this letter will find you and all *he brothers o. k., Give them all my best regards and Father Carroll, also "111 drop .vou a card once in a while. My boat w lakes, I remain, Vour brother. Matt. Pice hi P S,—K. of C. is doing some good work. We are having some thouble getting opened up. 1 will sure have lots to tell you when II get home as i cannot explain in letter. -o FUNERAL NOTICE. The burial oi Theodore Hicks who died yesterday morning "ill be held at the Spurlin igra'-e yard this otter noon at ;l o'clock. EASTMAN KODAKS AT THE MORRIS DRUG CO Following tne announcement (ha we had reopened our Kodak Depart ment we wish further to announce that we have Becured the Eastman Kodak agency and will carry a ful line of all their products, Including films, kodaks, relox paper, etc. Our Kodak finishing department 1* in charge of Mr. Joe M Sejhar, who is well known to all amateur pho •ographers. He will give his persona! attention to this work and will guar antee that all work tamed out can tot be excelled. -o— JUST RECEIVED ' A beautiful lot of colored yarn, 1" lbright and pretty colon. Abo kliald and grey for ermy work. SEOORDS ART STORE 338 Central avenue. Rhone 1 12-l-Gt. Water Regulated by Pedal, Pressing one end of a pedal with the foot admits cold water to a new wash stand, pressing the other end allows hot water to flow and pressing the en tire pedal mlses the two so that mod erately warm water Is obtained. • Monasteries. Tbe monasteries once thickly strewn throughout England and much of Eu rope were called abbeys, from being ruled by abbots—or abbots from abbas, Syrian for “father”—as those governed by a prior were called priories. Speaking of Birds. When little Willie's ma used to tell him she bad been Informed of his mis deeds by a bird, Willie probably had misgivings that either ma was prevarl eating In h good cause or the tale-bear log fowl was a lyre bird. .. ■■ ..* •*. Ever Think of It7 Electricity can run tbrough very slender wires. And the energies of saving graoe con enter tbe life tbrough thn imiHinm rtf vt»rv Mllfinltthf>«1 Prunil —Christian Herald. TO THE PUBLIC. | I am no longer responsible for the actions or debts of Mrs. !». K. Spivey. 12*5-3t W. J. Spivey. •-o NOTICE TO THE PUBLIC. In reply to \V. J. Spivey's note of Dec. 5th that he would not be re sponsible for any debts made by Mru. B. K. Spivey, I desire to say that he never was responsible for my debts, because ho never did work or provide for his family, thtret’ore I will not be responsible for any debts made by \V. J. Spivey. 12-G-21. Mrs. S. K. Spivey. Put up some eggs this season. S« how easy and cheap It is. You wll continue the practice every year at you can fruit. Egg Presarver 30c pef pint, 60c per quart. Sehneck Dru Co Phone iso 7. 9-6-tf Arlington Studio HAPPY HOLLOW FREE ZOO. ' to Donkey*, Bull Cart, Pony Wapont Furnlehed Froa Tor COMIC PICTURE PHOTO! • A. MAXWELL. Prop. / Felt, Composition and tiravel. ROOFING Roofe Repaired—Roof* P*IJ f* PHONE 925 ‘‘HOFFMAN I ‘THE ROOF MAN” / / <■ .—~ t *■ y j Phone I OR. ft. T. BOURDHER ' Chiropodllt and Foot SpeclaV om«e Uourjr' KempnW's Shoe 9 to 12—4! to ^k Store, i \ ■ w A NEW OI9GOVfcHY tOH , THE TREATMENT OP Diabetes and Brights' Disease A treatment utile h Has been demonstrated and proven to the Medical profession. yusar removed from unue in a fear days Dietary Sanitariu 1ii)0 Malvern Ave 1 .... —.