i la ' ' f MJ r t - h fi ; V : t f . 3 Fi. V, HOT SPRINGS NEW ERA Monday Afternoon; May 8, 1922 L,, 3U the place to set your 1 1 'shlngi. Shirts, hats, tie. U-adrwear and hosiery. ' fi on every article at this : rltless garments for every- . J. S. MURPHY - OPTOMETRIST j!syes!rht Specialist ; ta the fitting; of eyeglasses, ajf" eyes trouble you or your of need to be changed, come 1 mi ho !-- i lief fU and 9 Thompson RMg. our list, act today. The perty you want at the jht price. We put you in " se touch with close values. ie us a trial. J.F.BEASLEY Real Estate and Home Builder flee SampMr-Little Building PHONE 106 HOT AND COLD LUNCHES Merchant' Lunch Bert Coffee la the City PETE AND JIM'S Confectionery IS Central Ave. Phone 107 "STOCKHOLDERS' MEETING. ; The annual meeting of the stock-olrters of the Superior Bathhouse ompany will be held in the offices fthe Superior Bathhouse on Mon-evening, June 6th, at 8 p. m., f the1 election of Board of Direc-irt and for the transaction of any tther business that may come he-jore the meeting. tOt E. L, HOWLETT, Sec'ty. ALBERT JOHNSON 109 Gaines Ave. BETTER TAILORING LESS MONEY FIRS. MAY E. KELLEY, TRANCE MEDIUM Spiritual Advice and Consultation dally between 9:00 a.m. and 0:00 Seance Every Tuesday Evening at 8:0 p.m. Office and Residence: 949 Whlttlngtoa Ave. Oae Block from end of ear line. Phone 1928 MADGE STANLEY Clairvoyant, Palmist and Medium She tells all, past, present and future. Located at her home 1906 Central Ave. EAT AT Great Northern Cafe Mrs. Ida M. Davis, Prop. Regular Meals 50c Hone Cooked Meals Specialty Xext to Got. Post Office Op. Bock Island Depot MISS M A n U K n 1 1 T E K. O'l.KAKY, of Heading, Iu., who wt xlie U gitinivl eight fmunrtw nnd can hardly find word to exprt'HH her praiwe for Tanlnc or the good medicine did lirr. OLD OAKEN BUCKET IS PRINCESS FEATURE May Tully's Siwn Version of Fa-nioui. Song t iW Pi im'' fr two Days. Includine Bert.Lyteil in nm miesi pruuucuuu, - ----- - -- nil,h " . u.. i man-about-town and a youtn MAE MURRAY HERE IN . i typical New York iruiu .. .n,.nirv Tn the contest Deiweeu I tbem to win her hand and in the final has given "I am so happy over what Tanlac has done for me I can hardly find words to express my praise," said said Miss Marguerite K. O'Leary, who I ves with her parents at 1223 Chesnut St.. Reading, P. A.. "I wasn't exactly what would be caiiod sick, but for a year I had been all run down and sometimes felt so wenk and miserable I could hardly hold ur my head. I was so nervous the telenhone bell or a door closing would startle me so I would tremble I ke a leaf. "I needed sombething to build me up and give me strength and energy, snd that Is exactly what Tanlac did It gave me a fine appetite and im-nrcved my digestion. I gained eight pounds, the color came back to my face, my nerves became normal ami i soon felt as well as I ever did In my l:fe. It is simply wonderful that medicine could make sucn a nig .fcfnire. In anv one. My friends and neighbors, are surprised when they aep me now. and no wonder, ior i il- nifi a rtiffprent nerson. Tan- Ik. la rand and I never intend xo miss a chance to say a good word for ii." Tanlac is sold by all good -drug gists. AUVl May Tully's screen version of "The Old Oaken Bucket," scheduled for a two days run at the rrinces3 theatre today and tomorrow, is a stnry sprinkled with smile3 and tears and memories. Adapted from the old song near and dear to millions of p.ople. "The Old Oaken Ducket" is a ht-art-throb-ing story of childhood -lays as every man and woman has lived them. The orchard, the meadow, the deep tangled wild wood, and eery loved spot which your infancy knew are pictured in this drama of the heart wflh a realism that is as surprising a.i it is entertaining. "The Old Oaken Bucket" is a sin- ceT? and earnest attempt to catch the theme that inspired the writing or the best loved song in Arrerica, and reproduce it in nature's own writing. Those who are fortunate in seeing this delightful visulization of the days of childhood, and the many happy incidents associated v;:th it will be amazed at the manner in whicn the producers have attained the ideal In production. Sunnorted by an abl staff, Joseph Smiley, famous in the old Vitagraph davs. Dlavs the leading role or the man who harks back in memory and I in reality, to his younger nays. T:ou 11 , feel like a different person after seeing "The Old Oaken Backet." The comedy feature of this pro gram will be a late Fox Sunshine comedy entitled "The School House Scandal," and, like all Sunshine COmeUieS. IS Hlli e l imrai-c. .nt . - will also be shown a late Fathe Weekly. For the remainder of the week's program at the Princess , there will be shown on Wednesday and Thursday a Metro Classic, "Turn to the Right," with an all-star cast, and on Friday and Saturday Metro presents i.am.ki. iina Reransrer nas given I an unusual twist that is declared to LATEST PHOTOPLAY 5.1EX X m Its story value. The two leading roles are play-Pai amount Star Appear In "The e(i by Lowell Sherman, as the New Gilded Lily" on Xew Central Thea- york man-about-town, and Jason tre Screen, Robards, as the country boy. Others in the cast include Thurlcw uergen, I lU IQc cast m.iuu " - ; Mae Murray, famous 1'aramount Leonora ottinger and Mrs. Pauline i . 1 J , J i star and dancer, nas Deeu pruviueu pempsey. I The extras on tnis program -! elude the showing of the International News Weekly and the Movie rhnta. which makes this a very en- with a picture story of great dramat ic power which was especially written for her by Clara Bsranger. It is "The Gilded Lily," and It will be the feature attraction at the New Cen-( terUlning pr0gram for today and to-trai theatre for two days beginning todav. Robert Z. Leonara, husband I .o of the star, made the production. The showing on the Central The story fits Miss Murray like a 'screen for the remainder of gicve and presents her in the role in are as follows: On Wednesday and which sh first became famous a 'Thursday rauune r..- , ".T, GRAVES and GRAVES Chiropractors 501 Citizens National Bank Building PHOXE 181 A "Sneeiar at Piggly Wiggly is vr-rv significant, for the prices are al ways so low anyway, that "Specials" are seldom offered. You 11 be glad if you do not overlook the red tags. The E. R. Boll Lumber company will furnish you lumber and all kinds of building materials. Screen doors and windows and guaranteed rooting. Paper that will last for years. Phone 226, 217. dancer. All of the scenes are laid in New York. Lily Drake, dancer of the Club Royale, is the type of girl that is all sham and rouge on the exterior, but real and true when the tarnish and tinsel are off. She is sought by many pear in her latest R. C. picture, "The Lure of Jade." On Friday Cecil B. DeMIlle's big production, "Fool's Paradise," will be shown for a return engagement of one day only. On Saturday there will be shown "The GrSt Day." nriiV AT T. THE FUN? Will Ullk?k3 JTLM-tm-M . .r JOIN OUR BIG CLASS TODAY - Let Beatrice Roth and Assistant Professor J. E P,ag. kr, teach you correctly the latest society ; ballroom dances. , . At Our Popular Pnces Featuring Conversation Walk, Powderhouse in Fox Trot and all the latest steps in one-step and waltz Class Hours-Afternoon, 3 to 6;. Evening: ,7 to 9. Private-10 to 12 a.m. ; Afternoon 1 to 3 p.m. ROTH'S ARTISTIC SCHOOL OF DANCING Studio 426V2 Central Ave. IM J, J Your dental business. I vw dlllvu save yu money and yu get guaranteed dental work. CI nfk or $1.00 I give you the p X V V game personal attention. n I yourself by knowing HAllAm that you are dealing ItCWCll U with a reliable dentist. Dr. D. Barton Reliable Dentist Phone 2326 Hours 8:30 to 5 Been Here Long Time 744', Central Ave. Polite Society Ball Room Dances Taught Strictly Private Dancinsr Lessons If you can walk we can teach you to dance. HOT SPRINGS DANCING ACADEMY 209 Cottage St. Phone 503 - - ! .- i D. C. Richards wir furnish you a Victrola. piano, sewing machine or typewriter. Hundreds of people are being entertained in Hot Springs witn Victrolas and Player Pianos. New records every week. The Arkansas Trust Company. stands for service and helpfulness to all the people. Absolute reliability. Open an account at this bank and watch your money grow. Helpful advice when desired. MAE MURRAY'S LATEST PARAMOUNT SUCCESS IS CENTRAL'S B(C, FEATURE. v ixiolph 2ukof preTentr A "ROBERT V LEONARD PRODUCTION i FOR RENT iNicely furnished 5-room apartment with two sun parlors. Modern in every respect. Reasonable to permanent parties. Tombler Apartments. Phone 476. Central Dealers for PACKARD AND DODGE BROS. CARS Distributors for GOODYEAR AND FEDERAL TIRES We also carry a full line of Automobile Accessories. SIDNEY M. NUTT, Prop. W. S. FISHER, Mct. 237 Central Ave. Phone 90 lilii Ii i lib' 'THE1 GILDED LILY Vith MAE By night, a glittering salamander, she lived on the lights of Broadway. Laughingly played with fire and escaped. -By day, simple hearted, wholesome girl. As sweet as any that nssd their v 'brows at her name. And as good always. The why of it all is a story you'll thrill to see. By Clara Beranger. PLANTS, FLOWERS, SHRUBS, f ROSE BUSHES Plants for bedding, porch boxes, hanging baskets. dahlia, canna, caladium, alocasia and tuberose bulks.'s Tomato, pepper, cabbage, egg plant, and sweet potato plants. Ferns and potted plants of all kinds. LANDSCAPE NURSERY & FLORAL CO. Phone 2478 H24 Malvern Ave. The Many Admirers of Mae Murray will Be Delighted With This Late Paramount Production. Extra Showings. INTERNATIONAL NEWS MOVIE CHATS Admission 10 and 30 Cents. Mt Mi Central Theatre Coming this week, Wednesday and Thursday, Pauline Frederick in "The Lure of Jade." Friday (one day only), Cecil B. DeMille's production, "Fool's Paradise." playing return engagement upon request. Saturday, all - star cast in "The. Great Day." To Get Beet Results In Shortest Time Stop Witn J. WILL HOWE Proprietor-Manager THE R0CKAFELL0W HOTEL Centrally Located, Junction Park, Central and Whittlngtom Avenne Phone 08 WHKRE THE GOVERNMENT BATHS ARE UNDER SAME ROW Rooms with bath and toilet hot and cpld runnng water In , rooms. We make a specialty of catering to the individual. Personal wants carefully looked after. New electric Otis elevator. KATES: American Plan, $3.50 a Day and Up; European Plan, 91.50 a Day and Up. NEW DAYTON HOTEL -316 Market Street ; j Near all bath houses and shopping district. Hot and cold water, steam heat. Our specialty, good home cooking. Our motto, "Cleanliness and Service." Room and board $10 per week and up. Room without board $3.00 per week and up. Phone 1036. ; Mineral Earth Baths Iron, Sulphur & Magnesia Springs Simantons' Furnished Cottages TAKE PARK AVENUE CAR AND GET OFF AT 110 RAVINE STREET AT THE PRINCESS TODAY AND TOMORROW y MAY TULLY'S DRAMA OF THE HEART "THE OLD OAKEN BUCKET A picturization of the song of a century 'The Old Oaken Bucket will bring tears and laughter A picture that will be enjoyed by all. . This is the May Tully version of the old song near and dear to millions of people. It is a heartthrobbing story of childhod days as every man and woman has lived them. Bringing back the memories of bygone days pictured in this drama of the heart with realism that is sur prising as it is entertaining. A picture that touches the heart string cl r.::::;.::!!;-. Yau v. J. love it as you love the song. On same program late Fox Sunshine Comedy, "The School House Scandal," and Pathe Weekly. Special music on the Kimball Orchestra Organ, by Lawton Reid. j ' ' Admission 10 and 30 cents. t I I PRINCESS THEATRE J C- VtsX. 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