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ITIVELY ALL CLASSIFIED ADS CASH
\.NTED
d-Haod Clothing, j
, Shoes, Etc.
t Cash Prices Paid.
|T HAL. Phone H>Vt>
p ' Pressing impairing
c« Auto Delivery
prices paid for
and gents' second-hand clo'.h- |
and shoes, 13. Shay, 408 Mai- j
Are. Phone 2000. S-C-tr
WANTED
BUY SECOND-HAND
FURNITURE
WILSON FURNITURE CO.
6 Ouctilta Are. Phone 2221
Warahouae 202-4 Third SL
Phone 71.
ELS A NO APARTMENTS
OUACHITA FURNISHED
—Newly furnished through
ar bath house. AH conreu- j
Rales*reasonable The Misses!
Arnna 2.10 Ouachita tvu
■ 2-14-ttj
APARTMM.VTS—222 1-2
phone 20S2- Good board
week. Rooms or light'
electric lights ]
Hot Springs
12 S-tf.
APAnTMMNTS.
18 Park Place,
rn nicely furnished
dth hot and cold run
j&s, electric lights and
Park avenue oar
homelike H. art meats,
d Prices reason -
of references. Phone No.
M. Yager_8-15-tf
COZY INN—428 1-2
* Avenue. Two room apart
ith, laundry Included. Al
furniahed rooms. All mo- i
)e block of bsth house.
17. Mrs. JO# Wilson, Prop
V i l 8-12-’-f
•-* -'£*■•*£**' I
HOUSE—UOod bo«ra
* es $7-00 per week. On
Ouachita A»e
Housekeeping
rooms—all
torches.
learn
•IISes
Ulng.
lrS~3t.
I>—Youm K»ii)
work. (Ian drive ear
cut : ion Address
2 Central avenue n.
in touch w.'th sonic
rig to saw a few
wood next week. Ad
office. l-5-2t.
Some one acquainted with
an express wa ion. Ad
M., tills office.
"ho called for Bruch,
Central, call uraln. 1-4-11
i'iii By a practical nurse, th"
of invalid or child. Address
M. Ulart, I LG Beach st. M-3t
Waitress. Aiiply to old
•. i--.it.-k cl po toffice 1-4 tf
I)- Colored man and wife as
and at neral houseman. Phone
miVV, Vilas. 12-28-1 f
WANfl KH Hustling '.«jy with a wheel
Piioite .vp'.
WANTJOI)—Clerk nt &t. Charles Hotel
1-3-tf.
V'ANTKM- To 1 uy a Vlctrola or sim
ilar,.machine with records; must be u
bargain for cash. P. O. Box 01. 1-:;-tf
WANTED—W e buy, sell and exchange
uew anu bcuuiiu-iihou iiuimure. uiw
mattresses made new. Landers Mat
tress Co., J. B. Reynolds, Prop. Phono
WANTED Woman for light heme
work. 224 Ounohl'U avenue. 1-4-lw.
LOST -Ijeft hand leather w'-OVe on
Central avenue Return to Garrison
Hotel. 12-4-2t.
WANTED—White cook lU'd second
maid. Phone 208SW. 12-2S-tf
...—-. --
WANTED—Palmist, clalrvoyent. Con-'
suit tha oldest and the best. Spirit
ualist meetings Sunday 8 m. Read
ings dally. See Dr. Wheeler, 2200
South Central avenue, and Henderson
avenue. Take Osklawn car. 8-25-1
WANTED—White housekeeper with
homelike Ideas who Is not afraid to
work. Must Know how to sew und
take care of linen. Apply by mall
only. State experience and salary
expected. Housekeeper, this office.
12-12tf.
WANTED—Partner with $1,500 to
develop ko->U paying proposition. Ad
dress ‘ L," this office. 12-(i-tf
WANTED Good cook; good wages
to the right party. Phone 1780. Mrs.
Tally. 12-38 tf
PimvESS CHANCES ilo you want
well located hotel, rooming house,
housekeeping apartment building, or
a restaurant? Let mo fill the order!
Ituy the furnishings in an established
place and start business right. No
trouble to show you. Phone 209 for a
date to go look, W. T. Hawkins,
C23 1-2 Central ave.
WANTED—To buy good milch cow,
giving two gallons of milk per day.
tlus Holding, It. F. 1) No. 2. Phone
9537. 12-18-tf
INVESTMENTS—! have some sub
stamial br*ck buddings paying t> per
cent or over, net, on investments of
$12,900 to $20,000. If you have the
means and like this city well enough
to place some of your money here,
gee me for proof of above statement.
Phone 209. W. T. Hawkins, 621! 1-2
Central ave
WANTED—Baker Apply. Phillips
Bakery. 12-18-tf.
WANTED TO BUI—Sacks. War
prices pa d for second-hand eacks. C
I. Horner Co. 10-19-tf
FOR RFNT
»
. »
FOR RUNT—Close tn, modem funlah
ed cottages, apartments ond rooms.
Mrs Joe 3t ne. 416 Quapaw Avenue.
Phone lit*. 8-7-41.
FOB BENT
mil RKNT — 12-roam unfutnhhed
house; near I ath house. Phone 340.
1-5-jfc
FOR RENT- I lining room and kit eh
on of New Lindell Hotel. Apply a
once. J-5-3t.
FOR RENT—10 room rggidence, 815
Malvern Avenue, at $30 per month.
Phone 209. . W. T. Hawking, 623 1-2
Central Avenue.
I''OR RKNT -Nicely famished, pleas
ant ream, connect'nj? hath; private
home. Phone 1,X2:;.
FOR RENT—House of 10 rooms at
745 Park Ave.; suitable for a board
ing bouse; garden and fruit trees.
Call S-t. John’s Place. Phone 1852.
FOR RENT—Modem 5 room cottage,
103 Kirk St. Phono 2SD. 12-S-tf.
FOR RENT OR SALE Twenty nine
room hoifse, o.'il Quaipaw avenue,
corner Hickory. Inquire on premises.
1-1-Ct.
FOR RKNT -5-acro farm with 5-room
house: also for exchange or rent gro
cery store and li-roon: house. Phone
1205. 1,2 til At
FOR. RKNT—Furnished four room
cottage, one block east of paiofflce.
Inquire at Hurley House. 12-27—tr
SIMANTON’S Mud Laths, furnished
cottages and batching apartments. 110
Ravine St. 100 feet off Park Ave.
LJGHT airy housekeeping rooms, one
.*■1001: from bath house; clectrlo llgh’s,
$1.50 per week and up. 11$ Court St
Phone 1648 7-14 tf
FOll RENT—Tombler Apartments; 1
5 room, with bath and Bleeping porch
on third floor; unfurnished, for one
year. Attractive rates If taken at
once. Tel. 476, or call at Algonquin
flats. 3-31-tf
FOR RENT—House ot ten rooms at
71.7 Park avenue- Suitable for a
boarding house; garden and fruit
trees. Call St John’s place. Phone
IS 52’. 12 - 7tf
CLBGANT Fnn/NToiCEru COTTAGES
123-429 Whittington—apply 473 Whit
tington Phone 534. 6-10-tf
NICELY FURNISHED ROOMS—
Rates reasonable, 132 1-2 Central av
enue. Phone 571, Mrs. 13, Shannon.
11- 30—tf.
FOR KENT—Nice suite of two sleep
ing rooms; connecting bath; Private
entrant :; 2 blocks front Como. 215
Parker. 12-31-lm
FOR RENT—Nice modern apartments
one to three rooms. Phone 2300.
12- 15-tr.
FOR 1UJNT—Modern 4-room furnish
ed cottage with garage. 622 Whit
tington. 1210-lm
FOIR RENT—Nice 3room cottage, lo
cated near Ramble school, Apply (102
Park ave. Phone 13. 12-7-tt
FOR RENT—A modern 2 or 3 room
apartment, close in; free garage; 147
Rauiblo street. Phone 2189,
12-12-lm
FOR RENT—EiirnfsT'Pil Elat i rooms
ami bath, 110 Center St. l’hono 1855
11-17-tr.
__ for” SALE ~ ___
FOR SALE—One of those popular
little Ivtuigulows. Location Oa.lv street
near High school. (Contains 5 room.;,
dandy b .th, sleeping Porch :i laiv ■
clothes closets, pantry. On level lot
Will make you a snug home. Price
$2500. Thfs 7s bottom and reasonable
enough- Lets go see it now. W. T.
Hawkins, Phone 209, 621 1-2 Central
avenue.
FOR SALE—4ft acre farm. For par
tieniars phone 665. 12-l-lm
LOR SAIjL' 220 acre farm, 200 acres
in cultivation; 60 acres in wheat; all
In gs'd condition; :i lt2 miles from
r u .,!! la. i 1 11 :gt- road. Phouc
FOR SALE
FOR SALE Two large tart, an I
white -posted coon and opossum dogs,
rn.vthin., that goes up a tree; prlC"
>l,M>. Address owner, .1. tD. Albert
Noithvlf .v, Mo. J 2-i-Vw
FOlt SALE—Thirteen thoroughbred
Stiver l-aeed Wyandotte hens ai*.i
roosters dheap. One pointer dog, Al,
well trained, no better. Will sell
on acount of moving. Call 166C.
1-5-1 w,
FOR BAI K—Furniture of IS room
rooming house Call lit Exchange
alrettt, 1-5-1 wk.
FOR SALE -A >1i'jrenin. Modern six
rom hoinse. Lot 1 (H> x 150 feat. Garage
and other ouCu'ldlnl.is. Price $2,000.
Let us show you- Phone 020. Jones
and Dallas.
T'OIt SALE 1 now Paige, winter top,
passenger: 1 now Paige Chummy
Roadster, » passenger; 1 second hand
Monroe, 5 p.is. eager; ] second hand
Overland, .* passenger, 1 second hand
L’ort, 5 passenger; 1 second hand
t halmers. 7 passenger All the above
at a bargi ln. Those 100. Market St.
Garage rj. N. Gilley, Prop. 1-4-15t
FOflt SAL!' Two dandy frame houses
plastered, #15 and #17 Malvern avoniie
■ ■' « i irv.u- , un i "uiiu, i im;
garden. Big ban.-lain. $>,000. VV. T.
Ilawik.'nei, 623 l-{2 Centn|l nve^je.
Phone 209.
FOlt SALE OP- KENT—Wheel chair,
good as new. ID. P. Hovel, Telephone
1872. 12-31-3t
FOR SALE -An ideal lot. for hotel or
apartment house, within fatalf block
of court house, on iHawtnorne otreet.
between Quapaw and Ouachita. 55
feet frontage, 320 feet deep, 48 feet
frontage on Hawthorne strcolt, 130
feet deep, 56 feet wide In rear Will
take Liberty bonds at Par or cash.
Address V. Waldsteln, Moscow, Ark.
12-18-lm.
FOB RFN'T $35.00 per month, adults
only, three looms nieeiiy furnished
apartment; 2 beds; wood and gas
stoves. Homey like. Ask W. T.
Hawkins, 625 1-2 Centra! avenue.
•Phone 209 or 218 Spring street.
Dry Body Oak
SAWED STOVE LENGTHS—
(NOT SPLIT)
$3 00
PER THOUSAND POUNDS
GET IT WHILE YOU CAN.
C. J. Horner Co.
FOR KALB-Office desk and chairs
cheap 'or ca.di. 201 Oak street. Phono
L87. 12 -2 I-Uv
! t rt 'SALE—19 roouv furniture, $4.V>.
P'aone 209. VV. T. Hawkins, 623 1-2
Central ave. 1-3-1 w
FOR SALE Buy the furniture of a
40 room ntPim heated hotel for $1500
(worth double) and get into business
rl-'tot wt the beginning of a big sea
son. House rents for $125. See me
now. VV. T. Hawkins, C25 1-2 Cen
tral avenue.
FOR SALE— N'o. 5 Pndcrwood ty;.'
writer, in Al condition. Telephone
1641. 1-2 ?*
I'Oil SAI.K- Fresh young cow and
1 calf. Inquire .Mrs. Frank Martin.
Craighead Laundry. l-4-2t
i FOR SALK— -Fine six-hole coal range.
$30.00.' <i-o<xl as new. Rhone Levy's
! 1222 Central avenue. l-l-0t.
FOR SALE—Good five-room cottage,
'barn, fine spring, with nearly 2 acres,
blocks from Onklavn cur line,
000 Four-room bungalow, lot f>i) by
, 150, near Oaklawn school, ff*00. Phone
AY*. T. Hawkins, 623 1-2 Central.
FOR SALK—Registered Duroc-Jersey
pi-'R for breeding purposes, male and
. female, Defender and Orion types,
from five weeks to five months old
Ma-mrn Valley Land Company, 847
Central avenue, Hot Springs, Arkan
sas. 12-12-tf
FOR SALE—Team of horses, wagon
and harness at half the cost, six
months aigo. Phone 9627. U-10-tf
FOR SALE—Cheap 1 1-2 ton truck,
or trade for Ford. Apply Selsors Ga
rage, 634 AV. Grand uve. 12-28-tt
FOR SALE—Fnfurnlshed, eight-room
house; all modern half block from
car line; large lot and garden; big
bargain Phene 1770. 12-25-lm
fofTsalT
200 CORDS
Good Dry
Telephone* 109
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SOLDIER JIMMY CURTIS
TO MEET JACK DOUGLAS
--■—
OPENING BOUT AT THE AUDITOR
IUM WILL FIRING TWO CLEVER
BANTItfS TOGGETHER
>
When Jimmy Curtis recently dis
charged snfdler from Camp P.ke
nteets Jack' Douglas at the Auditor
ium stage next Wednesday nigh"., two
of the cleverest of the lighter hoys
wit be Jdfllejl in the usual ten round
cireult. I
Curtis wvi always a -k>od boxer, and
the army t-favlcc developid him won
derfully, jm as it did every other
American .'\ountster who went into
the big fi'gh| game.
Douglas hills from St. Ixmis, where
ire has met : onie of the best boys of
his wei Iht, i ad he has always given
a god acoun of himself, having al
ways been ; popular idol with the
hoxing fans t f that city.
These lwys met once, and they went
fifteen roun1:’ i to a draw. That al
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JACK DOUGLAS.
— ■ ■ ■ ■ . ■ ., — - —— — 'r ■
ways leaves something to be settled
between boxers, and the day of set
tlement has ben set for next Wednes
day. 'The local and visit.! f ■ f ills
are promised a si:el!ar attraction for
a curtain raiser this season.
Besides this bout, Mynuiter Radio
Bairniiback Iwtill put on a six round
contest between two high class box
ers, and will also stage the usual bat
tle royal. The theatre will be heated
regardless oif the gas, and the price
of admission Is popularized, in that it
extend* from the 50 cent seats to
the rini2*(,b>? yit >2^ "4 The shjow'
will 'be-lln promptly at 8:30 o’clock
JACK DOUGLASS ARRIVES
T„ „t, M ilu anl/nn U’llrt
meet*. Jimiuy Curtis of New Orleans,
in a ten round bout In the Auditorium
theatre next Wednesday night arriv
ed in thils city yesterday afternoon.
Ho Is rekiisirred at the Como. Doug
lass is in good condition. He will do
light 'Work until Wednesday in the
gym of the Buckstaff bath's. Curtis,
the snfdfer 'boxer, lias been in Hof
Springs fur some time and is already
in r xccllen'i. sh.fpe. The opening bout
of the season juu! 1'ivg from (lie in
terest already manifested, ought to
draw a good crowd.
-o—
MAN SUSi-ECTED OF
KILLING BROTHER SUIC DES
Kstill, S. C., Jan 4. -II. IM. Manor,
whose brother, W.v*^ '.Manor, was
found dead at his ^ Tear here
Dect liber 31. shot- \ Sd himself
iiere todav, DctsA \ W'- *n
vtl' iting VY 1 \ ^ , -Aio
theory brim: !^\ ' si him
eornncj^B^^H^ have < ; n
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r^* JAS. F. BALLARD, Proprietor ST. LOUIS, MO.
For Salt) by A. C. Jentilnga. Druggist*
ORDERED TO ST. LOUIS.
Adjutant and Mrs. Johnson, who
have been in cha»te of the Salvation
Army work in this city for the past
year, rod-i/ d ■ in / ruciMona to • Hy
farewell to (Hot Springs on nevt Tues
day niisht. Adjutant, and Mrs. John-!
son -will 'be ente-in'r) tha Salvation
Army War Work ami have itcen or
dered to St. Louis to take charge rf
the Soldiers' and Sailors’ Hotel, which
will !>« opened in that city on Jan
uary 14.
—■— -o
GERMANY SOUGHT ARMISTICE
WHEN DEFEAT WAS CERTAIN
.Paris. Jan. 4.*—( Havas.)—Germany
hurried to rcmiest the armistice when
she saw that a new allied offensive
war to lie launched on the Lorraine
fv( nt on Yovrmher 12 by fi( 1,o *'► men
rnder command of Getioral De Castel
nau. says (he Exceiior. American and
French troops, it says, were concen
trated on the front between Priey
and Chateau Salins. They were sup
ported by 3,00!) guns of all calibres
and bad ’..OOP tank- available on a
front of about 4.1 miles. Duke Al
brecht of Wurttember?, t'be German
eomirlander on this front, had avail
able only twenty five divisions of in
forint* fif !n ir nnalif v TlltWn lliv i
slonp contained approximately 1b1',
Of t men. lie had only 1,0*70 guns.
-o
UNREST AMONG BRITISH
OVER DEMObOLIZATION
London .Tan. 1 -An ofi.dal state
ment concerning disturbances among
troops at rest camps, 'arising from
complaints over 'he delay in d -model -
Izatlon was issued by the war office
tonight. It fays:
“The trouble which has orison in
ihe past two day-a among troops re
turning to France front leave in ivng
latid lias been satisfactorily settled
after a long conference between the
commanding officer and representa
tives of the men.
“The war office and the ctemolboli
zation officers are investigating every
case personally at Folkstone. As a
consequence of *1110 difficulty it was
found to close Folks;one temporar
ily as*t port of embarkation.
“There is considerable grumbling in
Condon at the slow process of demo
(bollzaiion.”
—--o
CR J. F. MERRITT
Office Suni'PterbLittle Building,
010 Central avenue. Ottfice phone
441. Residence phone 426.
1-1-tf.
-o
ANNUAL MEETING.
Notice is hereby given that the
annual meeting of the stockholders of
Potash Sulphur Springs, Incorporated
will be held at the office of the com
pany, 218 Central avenue, in the city
of Hot Springs, Arkansas, on Tues
day, January 11th, 1019, at the hour
of one o’clock, p. m. At »abl meet
ing the Board of Directors for the en
suing year will be chosen and such
other business transacted as may
properly come before the stockhoiu
ers’ meeting.
This the ISth day of December,
191S.
(Signed) ISAAC LOWHNHAIJPT,
12 -19- lot- President
e- .———
BOOK ON 1
Dog* Diseases
AND HOW TO FEED
M uled Free to any nddreas by the nuthoi
1# H. CI AY OLOVER. V.S. *
1 IS WmI 3 I at Street New York
The old reliable
remedy. G aran
tei-d lor cue bcltle
to benefit any case
of Pellagra. iKheti
matlsm or any
blood, liver o- kidney disease -or
money erfunded. G. 18. is a great
tonic and system builder. Sold by all
drug-skd's '6r sent prepaid. $1.00 per
bottle; six bottles -for $5.Of*. Deal
ers erdor G. S. front your jobttcr.
Write me for testimonials.. Enough
said. ,
L. M. GROSS
P. 0. BOX 17. LITTLE ROCK, ARK.
IOWA GOVERNOR CALLS
Fr R NVESTIGATION
Des Moines, la., Jan. 4.—Governor
W. I , Harding late today telegraphed
Secretary Daker and Senator Cum
mings requesting an investigation of
the complaints of the treatment ac
corded Iowa soldiers returned from
a! read and there in domestic camps.
The governor forwarded a telegram
received front TAstbervlIIe, signed by
ten persons, with soldiers from over
eoas now at Camp Dix, who, the par
ents charge, ‘are suffering flint cold
and hunger, want of care and cannot
be readied bj mail, telegraph or
money.”
A letter of complaint front a croup
of lowans front Curtin l ike was made
pultlic by the governor. It asserts
lowans were discriminated against
in the discharge of enlisted men.
HEAVY MOVING
~ PIDLY OVER J- ‘ A?
Satina, Kan .la
western Kansas s
is moving rapidly («j
the mercury is rapid
zero mark.
CHICHESTER S PI
W TIIK DU MOND BRAND.
I.«<1I««! AaU yuiiiHDniffftAt f 4
ihl-rhen-ter a Diamond Brand
1*11 in in It* d m i Void m«talUc\
.s, bez.'ii with Iilue Kibt>on.
r»Ue no olher. Buy of yo«r
Drucc***. A'lcforCin-finCR-TK
DIAMOND HIlAND DIJLI.H, f r
7ears known as Best, Safest, Always K ellabta
SOLD BY DRUGGISTS EVf KWHEtf
WE KEEP NO STOCK OF READY
MADE GLASSES
Don’t
Experiment:
Your sight is tl> '| valuable
:o neglect and atnls, it throug^^H
of inferior glasses.
Be Safe 1 v coming here fo^BSl
help. You will find here a couaH
tic is de.- re lo aid and advise yo^H
eve tnnihie and i von can
upon I!:,. (\aininalton being right^B
Expert Optometrist in ChargeHI
Gem Jewelry and '
Optical Co.
A. P. BILILOW
712 CENTRAL AVENUE
Wright’s Silver
Cleaning and Polishing the house
; important part of the spring
I plan.
1 We recommend Wright’s Si
purpose.
It is’easy to use —Polishes
the silver.

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