Daily Arkansas Gazette from Little Rock, Arkansas on April 2, 1913 · Page 8
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Little Rock, Arkansas
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Wednesday, April 2, 1913
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J PAGE EIGHT. THE ARKANSAS GAZETTE, - LITTLE ; ROCK, WEDNESDAY, . APRIL 2, 1913. COURTS NBW COURT DIVISION OPEN FOR BUSINESS Judge Walter G. Hendricks Will Relieve Congestion in Sec- -ond Pulaski Branch. Judge Walter G. Hendricks held the first session of the Third Division of the Pulaski Circuit Oourt yesterday morning, and with Judge Guy Fulk of the Second Division and Judge R. J. Lea of the First Division sitting on the bench with him, formally called the eourt to order. There were no eases docketed for trial, but Judge Hendricks named A. 0. Jett as the court stenographer, at a alary of $1,350 a year. It was announced that the court will take up all eases ready to go to trial that cannot be handled by Judge Guy Fulk, and an adjournment wax taken until this morn-lag. Judge Hendricks will hold court In the First Division courtroom for the next 10 days and afterward may move to the old statebouae until the new courthouse is completed. The division over which Judge Hendricks presides is known as the Sixth judicial district ana was created by the last session of the General Assembly to relieve the congestion of cases in the Second Division docket. MAIiONEY BELLS LAND. J. 8. Maloney, commisisoner in chan-eery, yesterday sold the northeast half of the northwest quarter of the southeast quarter of section 32, in township 1 north, range 11 west, to W. P. Dixon for js500. The property was sold to satisfy a mortgage consideration. NEGKO MALL CLERK HELD. Mitchell Perara, a negro railway mail clerk, arrested Monday, suspected of having robbed a letter addressed to Montgomery Ward k Co., of Chicago, 111., of (7.05, waived a pleminiray hearing before United 8tates Commissioner W. 8. Allen yesterday morning and was held on a bond of $1,000 to wait the action of the federal Grand Jury, which meets on Tuesday, April 8. IS ADJUDGED BANKRUPT. George H. Hteinfort of Argenta yesterday was adjudged a bankrupt' by Judge Jacob Trieber of the United B tat es District Court. Btoinfort placed bis liabilities at $834.31, and his assets at $190. He contends his assets are xempt as peronal property. Judge Trieber set a bearing for the creditors before C. C. Waters, referee in bankruptcy, for April 14. PROBATE COURT. The will of Saley Perken, which was written and signed in Memphis, Tenn., and admitted to probate is the Shelby County Probate Court of Tennessee on April 19,1911, was admitted to pro-bats yesterday in the Pulaski Chancery Court. The document is old and wqrn. By Its terms Saley Perken leaves all of r her estate to her brother, Will Perken. The will was signed in the presence of Will Collins. The deceased left some property in Argenta, for which the heir oon will file claim. CHAN CERT COURT. Chancellor J. E. Martlneau yesterevay issued an order authorizing David If. Russell, guardian of David Kidder Russell, a minor, to renew several notes made by Mrs. Edith Kidder Russell with the Mercantile Trust Company, as it was contended that this would" protect the property of the minor, known as lot 6, block 4, of the citv of Little Bock. Bush H. Crawford filed a claim in the eourt against the Fourche Drainage District for $904.08, asserting that it is due him for moving houses and extra labor. The report was filed to aid the receiver( E. L. McIIaney, in winding up the affairs of the defunct drainage district. Alex Evans was given a divorce from Annie Evans on the ground of desertion, James Harmon filed a suit for divorce against Annie Harmon, asserting that she has deserted him. 8. H. Ford filed suit against R. P. "Wilson and Overstreet Grain Company. The plaintiff asserts that Wilson is in IF YOUR CHILD HEEDS A PHYSIC If Cross, Feverish, Tongue uoatea, Lrive syrup 01 Figs to Clean the Stomach, Liver and Bowels. ' Look at the tongue, Mother! If coated, it Is a sure sign that your little .one's inside, the stomach, liver and SO feet of bowels are clogged up with putrifying waste matter and need a gentle, thorough cleansing at once. When your child is listless, droopine-j paie. aoesn t steep sounaiv or eat Heart ily, or is cross, irritable, feverish, stomach sour, breath bad; has stomach no he, diarrhoea, sore throat, or is full of cold, give a teaspoonful of Syrup of Figs, and in a few hours all the foul, constipated waste, undigested food and our bile will gently move on and out of its little bowels without nausea, griping or weakness, and you surely will have a well, happy and smiling child Again shortly. With Syrup of Figs you are not drugging your children, being composed entirely of luscious figs, senna and aro-matics it cannot be harmful, besides, they dearly Jove its delicious taste' Mothers should always keep Sjrup of Figs handy. It is the only ston.aeh, liver and bowel cleanser and regulator needed. A little given today will save a sick child tomorrow. Full directions for children of afl gee and for grown-ups plainly printed on tbepackage. t '. Ask your druggist for the full same, "Syrup of Figs and Elixir of Senna," prepared by. the California Fig Syrup Co. This is the delicious tasting, genuine old reliable Refuse anything else offered. " . , debted to him for $200, loaned on a note and that Wilson gave as security two black mules. Ha says the Over-street Grain Company claims to own an interest in the mules and asked the eourt to decide the issues involved. SECOND DZYISIONCZSOUTT COURT. A verdict for $1,000 damages was awarded It. F. Goodwin by a jury yesterday. He sued the River, Kail and Harbor Construction Company for $10,-000 for personal injuries, alleging that due to carelessness, while be was employed by the company on the Arkansas river about 12 miles below Little Rock on February 11, 1910, he was injured by some stakes parting. He asserted that his leg was broken and he was in jured otherwise. Sam BlutUenthal et al., vs. W. F. Alfrey; passed to be reset. Lewis Bros. vs. Chicago, Rock Island & Pacific Rv. Co.; passed and reset for April 14. II. T. Brown and Ben Abraham, doing business as Brown k Abraham, and H. T. Brown as assignee of Ben Abraham, vs. Greenville Stare Co.; dismissed at request of and at plaintiff's cost. Mary R. Tiller vs. R. W. Gaston; dismissed on failure of plantiff to prosecute. . Alma Holmes Adamson vs. K, A. Pickens and B. C Pickens, doing business as R. A. Pickens 4 Son, and Flora V. Holmes; dismissed at request of and at plaintiff's cost. C. E. McCloskey vs. E. N. Weibel; passed to be reset. T. M. Parker vs. J.'M. Wells et al.; passed to be reset. Gaorge W. Rogers vs. St. Louis, Iron Mountain & Southern Ry. Co. and Pres-cott, Reader k Fordyce Railroad Co.; dismissed at request of and at defendants' cost. CITY HALL BIRTH NOTICES. To Mr. and Mrs. Daw Crockett R. F. D. No. 2, March 31, a daughter; Mr. and Mrs. C. IT. Tharp, 1709 Park- avenue, March, 30, a son; Mr. and Mrs. C. R. Powell, Nineteenth street pike and Volmer street, March 29, a son. BUILDING PERMITS. Bracy, Beauchainp and Neimeyer Realty Company, to ert'et two-story frame residence, 1-21 Johnson street, $3,500; Bracy, Heauchamp and Nei-meyer Realty Company, to erect two-story frame residence, 1517 West Twentieth street. $V00; Bartholomew Roofing Company to re-roof two-story brick building 1113-15 West Markhain street. l'o. For Burns, Bruises and Sores. The quickest and surest cure for burns, bruises, boils, sores, inflammation and ail skin diseases is Bucklen's Arnica Salve. In four davs it cured L. H. Haf- lin of Iredell, Tax., of a sore on his an-, kle which pained him so ho could hard lv walk. Should be in every house. Only 23c. Reclmmended by all druggists. (Advertisement.) MISS M. McCAULET. Stenography, Typewriting and Mul-tigraph Letters. The best work at the lowest prices. C07 Southern Trust Bldjr. Phone 1024. (Advertisement.) REAL ESTATE TRANSFERS. (Rejwrted Dally Beach Abstract and Guaranty Co). Elva M. Ware to O. C. Ludwig, trustee. lots S. 4. 5. 6, block 216. John Braddock addition-t1. R K. Hazelwood to J. M. Branch, un divided one-half Interest to black 16. Choctaw addition! and exch. J. O. Wilks and wife to Charles Willis, north half of the south half of the southeast quarter, section B, township 3 north, range 13 west, 40 acres toOO. James Mandlebaum and wife to E. Q. Plummer, part lot U, b'.ock 37, Argenta J1.600. li. y. Plummer and wife to R. M. Buck-alew andwife, same us above $1,700. J. D. Wood and wife to J. W. A. Car-michael, southwest quarter of the southwest quarter, section 16, township 4 north, range 11 west. 40 acres-$136. A. B. Baley to R. H. Settles, 1 lot out of the southeast quarter of the northwest jnuertpr of the southwest quarter or the southeast quarter, section 14, township l north, range 13 west $1. Metropolitan Investment Company to J. J. Turnlpseed et al., lots 4, 5, 6. block 28, Granite Park MdHlon-$600. Mary K. Craig et al. to Henry Meyers, southwest quarter of the southwest quar ter, section 1 south, range 13 went Riyo. Ben Cox and wife to H. A. Bowman, block 6 and 15. west End addltlon-$950. J. B. Lawhon and wife to Mrs. J. T Button, lots 11 and 12, block 8, R. C. But le'g addition $800. W. A. Pendergrass to J. J. Wilson, 4 acres in the southeast corner of northeast quarter, also south half of the northeast quarter, section 6, township 3 north-WOO. W. A. Pendergrass to J. J. Wilson, 4 acres In southeast corner of northeast quarter, section B, township Z north, range 10 west-40. J. P. Harper and wife to German Trust Company, lot 4, block 14, Kimball's South Park addltlon-$l,r00. T. M Nelll and wife to lAdles' Building and Ixn Association, part lots 7, 8, 9, block jfi, DuVal's addltion-$100. J. A. Wilson and wife to Argenta Building and Ijoan Association, lot 2, block 4. Cunningham's addition $1,700. H. H. Sutton and wife to Mercantile Trust Company, lot 4, block 4, Woodlawn addltlon-B. J. D. Trotter and wife to W. A. Pender grass, 4 acres in southeast corner of northeast quarter, section 6, township 3 north, range 10 west $40. Mercantile Trust Company to A. M. Blankenship, lot , block 13, Weat End subdivision $750. H. A. Bowman and wife to A. M. Blankenship, all block 12, West End subdivision $1. Ben Cox and wife to A. M. Blankenship, all blocks 11, 14 and 12, West End Subdivision $1,500. Matilda Brown to Sclpio A. Jones, lot 4, block 110, Little Kock-$l. Peach Jordon Sr. and wife to A. B. Nelson, lot 8, block 2, Harrington, Ark.-$50. George Eickhoff and wife to Carrie Smith, lot 12, blork 4. Argenta $1,200. J. S. Maloney, commissioner, to 8. A. Jones, lot 4. block 110, Little Rock $98, Sandefur-Waters Realty Company to Joe iJidsey, lots 7, 8, . block 23, Sandefur-Waters addition-. I. H. Earhart to D. J. Brumley, lot 14, block 68, Petroleum addition $L Peyton Smith and wife to W. B. Worth-en Company, lot 1, "block 26, Fulton's South additlon-$900. B. W. Oreen, trustee, to Susie B. Perdue. Iota 11 and 12, block 8, Pulaski Heights addiUon-tS.32. J. E. Dorough to Joseph Piaraa, lot 3, block 4, Bllsa ft Dorough addition $160, Little Rock Chamber of Commerce to W. I Hemingway, lot U and east half lot li block 6, Pfeifer'e addltlon-tl.ioo. Ceybelt Betton to Maggie Panrtsh, the southwest quarter of the southeast quarter, section 15. township $ north, range 13 west, 40 acres-U- . .. RAILROADS I CAPITOL et i RAILROAD BOARD MEETS HERE TODAY Seven Changes Made in Regu lar April-Docket, Previously Announced. With seven changes, the docket announced by the Arkansas Railroad Commission will be heard at the regular April meeting of the body today. The changes ars: the petition for an Iron Mountain depot at Whelen has been continued t. the petition for a station at Siloam Springs has been set for a hearing April 24; the petitions for a spur track at Major's spur, and for a depot at Gordon, will be heard in meetings to be scheduled later; the petition asking for stock shipping faei-lities-on the Frisco lines at Williford has been continued. The petition for a depot at Mulberry has been continued until May 7 and the petition for stock pens at Blackten has been dismissed, as the pens recent ly have been built. Members of the commission return ed from a trip of inspection of the lines of the Missouri and Jsortb Ar kansas road from Helena to Eureka Springs. According to Major George v. neiiamy, chairman of the commis sion, the road is in excellent condition Depot sites were inspected at Kensett, Loin, Lrbanette and Commerceville. E. M. Wise, general manager for the M. & X. A. accompanied the commissioners and spared no pains to make the tour a pleasant one. FLOOD SUPPLIESG0 FREE Two Roads Send Notice Here They Will Haul Packages Without Charge. A communication was received yesterday by V. B. Byan, commercial agent for the Illinois Central and Yazoo and Mississippi Valley lines, with headquarters in Little Hock, notifying him that on order of F. li. Bowes, vice-president of the Illlinois Central system, anv boxes or nackatrAs. containing food, clothing or other sup plies, being sent to the relief of flood victims in Indiana or Ohio, will be transported over their lines free of charge. The only requirements are that the shipments must be identified as relief shipments by the sender and that they must be consigned to public officials or relief committees in charge of the distribution of supplies. Rilline orders to handle the free shipments have been issued by the office of the general freight agent. RAILROAD NOTES. W. D. Woods, traveling passenger agent for the Wabash, with headquarters in St. Louis, viBited Little Rook passenger and ticket offices yesterday. F. E. Sehrocder, . assistant general passenger agent for the Missouri Pacific-Iron Mountain lines, with headquarters in Little Rock, returned yesterday from Hot Springs, where he spent the past several days. You won't enjoy the pure, sweet air of Spring until "you take Hollister's R. M. Tea, cleans, purifies, satisfies. Suodgrass & Bracy. Advt. SAY FRUIT CROP IS SAVED Board of Trade Receives Encouraging Newg From Horticulturists. The Board of Tirade issued a speciai bulletin yesterday which was sent to Nortlie.-n markets, to the effect that. the fruit crop generally in Arkansus was not destroyed by the recent freeze, as has been reported. On high ground it is said the crop was saved and in central Arkansas and especially around Little Rock no damage was imported. The lowest temperature' at anv orchard as reported to the .Board of iracie, was by cotton and Johnson, near Dardanelle, five degrees below freezing. Iheir orchard was saved however, by the use of smudge pots. That Corn Is a Sure "Goner," Now "GETS-IT," tho New-Plan Corn Cure, Gets Any Corn Suroly, Quickly. ou'll say, "It docs beat all how quick "(iKTS-IT" got rid of that corn. It's almost magic!" " GETS-IT " gets "Never Could Do This Before. 'GETS-IT' Made Every Corn Vanish Like Magic," every corn, every time, as sure as the sun rises. It takes about 2 seconds to apply it. Corn pain stops, you forget the corn, the corn sbrivc-ls un, and it's gone! Ever try anything like thatf You never did. There's no moer fussing with plasters that press on the sutrounding flesh, no more bandages. No more knives, files or razors that make corns grow, and cause danger of blcod poison, "GETS-IT" is equally harmless to healthy or irritated flesh. It "gets" every eorn, wart, callous and bunion vou've got. "GETS-IT" is sold at all druggists' at 5 eents a bottle, or sent on receipt of price by E. Lawrence Co., Chicago Sold in Little Bock by Snodgraas k Bracy. , J. ?. BEAVEM APPOINTED. J. J. Beavers 6f Benton, yesterday was appointed a depuity by State Auditor J. M. Oathout, to attend to the work required by the provisions of the blue sky", till, passed by the recent legislature. Mr. Beavers is well known throughout the state and is familiar with corporation matters, - H was ;a resident of LUtl. Hoek- during, the years 1893 87, when he held the position of register of the United States land office in this district, .being in appointee of President Grover Cleveland. CAPITAL ARCHITECT COMDIO. The State Capitol Commission held a brief session yesterday, at which the current expenses for the month of March were allowed and ordered paid. It was announced that some time in May, Cass Gilbert, the architect of the building, will visit Little Roek and confer with the commissioners in regard to the work necessary for the completion of the building and discuss plans for beautifying the grounds. TO S6UTHERNC0NVENTI0N. Nearly all the officials of the State Department of Education will attend the annual convention of the Conference for Education in the South, which will begin its sessions at Richmond, Va., on Friday next. Members of the department who will attend are: State Superintendent George B. Cook, J. L. Bond, Leo M. Favrot, Prof. B. W. Kor-reyson and Miss Eva Reichardt. They will be accompained by W. E. Hol-brook of the Holbrook system of schools at Choctaw. INCORPORATION MATTERS. The I'nited Packet Company of Newport filed articles of incorporation with secretary of state yesterday. The company is capitalized at $10,000, of which $6,000 has been subscribed. The incorporators are C. F. Dean, W. B. Hurley and Oscar E. Jacobs. Thi Ozark Boll Telephone fompanv of Arkansas yesterday filed a certifi cate with the secretary of state ves-terday, showing that it had surrender ed its charter. TRANSCRIPT FILED. The transcript in the case of William Sanger and others against Levi Storthz appealed from the Pulaski Chancery Court, was filed in the Supreme Court yesterday, being a suit for the partition of certain property on tho northwest corner of Third and Main streets. The decree of the lower court was iu favor of the plaintiffs. BONDS MADE-pepper. -Kirk wood & Cul-( Advertisement.) AMUSEMENTS MAJESTIC TODAY TODAY Heaps of Hilarity By Lancton-Lucier and Co. Acme Quartet and Four Other Features. CRYSTAL Today and Tomorrow, Marion Leonard in a three-reel feature, "As in a Looking Glass." 2 OTHER REELS 2 SPECIAL MUSIC. GEM TODAY ONLY OP BLOODY Absorbing, historic and thrilling war drama. (In two reels) , Pathe Weekly With Mutt 6 Jeff Supplement. He Saw the Point .Comedy FRISCH WEEMS. SAVOY "An Ideal Place to Spend an Hour." TODAY The' Judge's. Vindication A seuaace Masterpiece in two xooik "HIDE AND SEEK" A Keystone Comedy Scream. 2 OTHER GOOD ONES 2 ' COMTNO SOON, Kinemacolor Pictures Pictures No Artist Could Taint. FEDERAL EMPLOYES CAN D WALK, DECLARES BRYAN Secretary of State Change Custom Regarding Banning of Elevators la His Department Building. Washington, April J. Elevator operators in the State Department no longer will be compelled to remain on duty while the secretary of state remains in the building. Secretary Bryan believes when an elevstor conductor has worked eight hours, it is time for him to quit for. the day. Incidentally, is of the opinion that walking down a couple of flights of stairs will work no hardship on a government official. Recently Mr. Bryan was detained in his of flee until 6:30 in the evening, two hours after the clerks had left the building. When the secretary came out of his office he started for the stairs. But the elevator man who runs the lift nearest Mr. Bryan 's office was still on dutv. "What hours do you Work!" asked the secretary. "From 8:45 a. m. until 4:45 p. m.," said the man. "Well, it is now after 8:30. You ought to have been home long ago' "But it is against the rules to leave when the secretary is in the building," explained the operator, "Well, it is not necessary for you to remain while this secretary is detained after hours," said Mr. Bryas, with emphasis. "Besides, it won't hurt any government official. to walk down two flights of stairs." Spent $700 on Feet People With 8ore, Tired, Swollen Feet, Read This. Vouched for by Levengood 4 Strick-lor, Druggists of Latrobo, Pa. "George Umoltis bought two packages of EZO and in about four weeks came in and said he wanted it advertised, and pay nil charses( so the people would know how good it is. He said for 7 years he hadn't stood on his feet; he spent $700 for doctor bills. He used only one package of EZO and can run and jump like a boy. He was all smiles about EZO. ' Snodgrass & Bracy sell EZO, a refin-' ed ointment for sore, aching, weary ieet, tor cents a jar. KEMPNER Three Nights, Commencing Tomorrow. 1 MATINEE DAILY, 3 P. M. Ambrosia's Great Masterpiece, SATAN 4 Big Parts. 100 Scenes. MOST ELABORATE MOVING PICTURE EVEE PRODUCED SPECIAL PRICES 15e anl 25c. Children, 15c. ' SEAT SALE NOW. Royal NOON TO 11 P. ML Today Only, A WELCOME INTRUDER. How an act Intended for vengeance proved a blessing. It's a Biograph. Brother Bill Vitagraph The Scratch S. & A. Comedy Bread on the Waters Edison COMBXG FRIDAY, Pauline Cushman Special Two-Reel Release. Undoubtedly the most timely, remarkable and elaborate war-time masterpiece ever produced. A vivid and absorbing drama, boned upon the spectacular career and exploits of that unique and fascinating figure of Civil war hlMory "Major" Pauline Cushman the female- federal spy. DO NOT FAIL TO SEE The mammoth battle scenes. The Louisville theater riot, The ambush at Lwlston Gap, The thrilling-rides, The cavalry charge, The daring hand-to-hand encounters, The marvelous escapes effected by the plucky heroine, etc., etc. 9 Miller Bros & Arlington's ' 101 RANCH REAL Wild West Show Vastly Enlarged Since Last Season, and With Many Naw Features, WiU Exhibit at Twenty-' fourth and Bock Streets, LITTLE ROCK NEXT MONDAY "p APRIL U Afternoon at 2:15. Nighat 8:15. Picturesque Parade at 10 a. m. Reserved Seats ' Monday at Bnodgms ft Bracy'l Drug Store, 120 Main Street, at the Same Price as on the Show Grounds. The Real Ap.ril Fool the one for whom hardly an excuse can be advanced is the man, still to be found, who is willing to go on a friend's bond, just to be a good fellow, or because he cant say "no," And the man who asks a friend to go en his bond is violating the friendship in expecting him to assume an unbusinesslike burden without compensation to reduce his estate by just so much liability. The Bonding Companies have made these "friendship bonds" as unnecessary as they are dangerous. We are prepared, through our Bond Company, to write every class of bond for a small premium and with no delay. UNION TRUST COMPANY YtAoSt T VOOMMffy Capital and Surplus, $400; 7 Taxp The law requires taxes to be paid on or before April 10th. Have you paid your personal, real estate and poll tax ? You have only a few days more to pay your taxes without the 25 per cent penalty being added. You will avoid the annoyance and inconvenience of the rush during the last few days of tax paying by calling at the courthouse now. Tf you do not desire to wait you can deliver your remittance to one of the collectors at office, enclosing a self -addressed envelope, and receipt will be promptly returned. Do not place silver In envelope unsealed. Remember: Last Day Is April 10th W. G. HUTTON, Sheriff and Collector, Pulaski County. A, hi? ifessaufi . .. ii't PBAOTIOAL Steam sad Hot OAS ft XSIO The Houston Stanwood & Gamble Line See us for SAWMILLS, CORN AND FEED MILLS, PRATT, MUNGER, WINSHIP AND EAGLE GINS. THOS. COX & SONS MACHINERY CO. 112-120 Commerce Street. ARKANSAS BRICK AND MANUFACTURING CO. Building, Paying and Tire Bricks, Bell Lime, Cement and Platter la Carloads Only. BIG ROCK STONE Aft CONSTRUCTION CO. W. W. DICKINSON, President Write for Prlcen on All 81zs Crushed Stone, Riprap and Sands 111 Colter Street. Little Bock, Ark. W. W. DICKmSON, President Do You Drink? ONLY ONE COUPON REQUIRED Blgfilj COUPON -WW OJ ii!$!lfp fly -A $2.00 VALUE Act Quickly if You WftBt Copy, m This Offer Is for a Limited Hat Each book tent by mail 25o extra for postage, ooo Qrsd aver s UP o Boooexx i PLT7MBER. Water Beattnf, No. 307 West Seventh 81 Combination Oae ft Electrtt rXXXTTSES. 2XEO - WORX of Engines and Boilers Are the Best We Always Carry a Large Stock. Littje Rock, Ark. The Bee as4 eptna feaMt tr carat. ThMv wm ra SM.SOI enrad b Ika vaunts TT..I.T dies. Implored la Het pete aa at inm KBUCUBX ITi MT1T V A avenue. Bet aortnaa, Ark. FOR 50 CENTS. Hv J M TaWfll

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