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Announcements
FOR CONGRESSMAN
Tho Sentinel-Record Is authorized to
announce Hon. w. H. Martin as a candi
date for congress, zubject to the action
of the democratic primaries.
FOR REPRESENTATIVE
• The Sentinel-Record Is authorized t«
announce Harry Westcott as a candidate
for representative of Oarland county, sub*
ject to the action of the democratic pri
mary.
lhe Sentinel-Record Is authorized to
announce L. E. Sawyer as a candidate
for representative from Garland county,
subject to the action of the democratic
primary.
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announce John T. Tisdale as a candi
date for representative from Garland
county In the legislative assembly, sub
ject to the action of the democratic
primary.
Tlie Sentinel- Record Is authorized to
announce A. IW. Lindsay as a candidate
lor representative in the next state
legislative assembly, subject to the
action of the democratic primary.
FOR STATE SENATE.
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announce J. N. Wasson of Caddo Gap,
Ark., as a candidate for state senator,
subject to the action of the democratic
party In Montgomery and Garland
counties.
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announce damp Williams as a candidate
for re-election to a second term as state
senator from thin senatorial district, sub
ject to the action of the democratic
primaries.
FOR CIRCUIT JUDGE
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rnnounce Judge Calvin T. Cotham as s
candidate for circuit Judge in the new
Judicial district composed of the coun
ties of Garland and Montgomery, his
candidacy subject to the action of the
democratic primaries.
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FOR PROSECUTING ATTORNEY
Tho F“ntinel-Record is authorized to
announce M. S. Cobh as a candidate for
prosecuting attorney In the district com
posed of Garland and Montgomery coun
ties, subject to the action of the demo
cratic primaries.
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announce George P. Whittington as a
candidate for prosecuting attorney of the
district composed of Garland and Mont
gomery counties, subject to the action of
the democratic primaries.
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announce Thurston P. Farmer as a
candidate for prosecuting attorney of
the new district composed of Garland
and Montgomery counties, subjeet to the
action of the democratic primaries.
Tho Sentinel-Record is authorized to
announce Hon. Gipp Witt of Montgotrei>
county as a candidate for prosecuting
attorney of the now Judicial district com
posed of Garland and Montgomery coun
ties, his candidacy being subject to i
action of the democratic primary.
FOR SHERIFF
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announce llenry V. Fowler as a candi
date for sheriff of Garland county, sub
ject to the action of the democratic
primaries.
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announce U. L. Williams as a candidate
for the office of sheriff of Garland coun
ty, subject to the action of the demo
cratic primaries.
The Sentinel-Record is authorised to
announce Charles C. Webb as a candi
date for sheriff of Garland county, sub
ject to the action of the democratic
primaries.
FOR COUNTY COLLECTOR
The Sentlrei-Recoid ifl authorised to
announce Kvander T. IIowsley as a can
didate for collector of Garland county,
subject to the action of the democratic
primaries.
The Sentinel-Record Is authorised to
announce Frank McCann as a candi
date for the office of Collector for Gar
land county, subject to the action of
the democratic primaries.
The Sentinel-Record i« authorised to
announce Milton P. Moore as a candluate
for county collector, subject to -the
action of the democratic primary.
FOR CIRCUIT CLERK
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announce Abe 8ulienbergor as a candi
date for circuit and chancery clerk,
subject to the action of the democratic
primaries. _
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announce Alf Whittington as a candi
date for re-election to the office of cir
cuit and chancery clerk of Garland coun
ty. subject to the action of the demo
cratic primaries.
FOR TREASURER
The Sentinel-Record is authorised to
announce Allen Hotchkiss as a candi
date for county treasurer, subject to the
action of the democratic primaries.
The Sentinel Record Is authorised to
announce Jesse Murphy aa a candidate
for county treasurer, subject to the ac
tion of the democratic primaries.
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announce F£r/b.£iray .fqi
the office of county treasurer, subject to
the action of the democratic primaries.
FOR COUNTY JUDGE.
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announcj Robert Mooney as a candidate
for county and probate Judge of Garland
county, subject to the action ot the
democratic primaries.
The Sentinel-Record is authorized to
announce Thos. W. Milan as a candidate
for county Judge, subject to the action
of the democratic primaries.
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to announce Judge Z. W. Lakenan as|
a candidate for county and probate
judge, subject to the action of the
demoeratc primaries.
FOR COUNTY CLERK.
The Sentinei-Reeord is authorized to i
announce Charles H. Davis as a candi
date for the office of county and pro
bate clerk of Garland count'y, subject
to the action of the democratic primaries.
FOR CONSTABLE
Tho Sentinel-Record Is authorized to
announce John H. Peden ss a candidate
for constable Hot Springs township,
subject to the acllor of the democratic
primaries.
The Sentinel-Record Is authorized to
to announce Joe I^nkford as a can
didate for constable nf Hot Springs
township, subject to the action of the
democratic primary.
The Sentinel-Record Is authorized to
announce BSly Finn as a candidate for'
constable of Hot Springs township, sub
ject to tho action of the democratic pri
maries. *
Tho Sentinel-Record is authorized to
to announce Albert Howard as a candi
date for constable of Hot Springs town
ship, subject to the action of the Dem
ocratic primaries.
FOR CORONER.
Tho Sentinel-Record la authorized to
announce Dr. A. D. Shaw as a candl_
date for coroner, subject to the action
of th« Democratic primaries.
The Sentinel-ftecord is authorised
to announce Dr. J. P. Randolph as a
candidate for the oir'iee of coroner of
Garland county, subject to the action
of the democratic primary of March
27.
FOR COUNTV SUPERINTENDENT.
The Sentinel-Record is authorized
to announce David A. Crookeit as a
candidate for county 'Superintendent,
subject to the action of the democrat
ic primary.
FOR ASSESSOR
Tho Sentinel-Record Is authorized to
announce Frank W. Row lea as a candi
date for county assessor of Garland
county, subject to the action of the dem
ocratic primaries.
The Sentinel-Record is authorized to
announce Kmery Sullivan as a candi
date for county tax assessor, his candi
dacy being subject to the democratic
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-The Sentinel-Record Is authorized to
announce J. F. Sdtt as a candidate for
tax assessor of Garland county, subject
to the action of the democratic prima
ries.
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announce Garland Van Sickle as a can
didate for tax assessor of Garland coun
ty, subject to the action of the demo
cratic primaries.
Tho Sentinel-Record Is authorized to
announce Mart M. Lowrey as a candi
date for tax assessor, subject to the
action of the democratic primaries.
The Sentinel-Record Is authorized to
announee W. O. Patton as a candidate
for the office of tax assessor of Garland
county, subject to the action of the
democratic primaries.
FOR CITY ATTORNEY.
Tile Sentinel-Record is authorized to
announce James S. McConnell as a candl
date for city attorney or Hot Springs,
his candidacy subject to the votes of the
people in the April election.
FOR ALDERMAN.
The Sentinel-Record is authorized to
announce H. A. Spaulding as a candi
date for alderman from the Third ward,
subject to the will of the voters in the
regular April election.
FOR SURVEYOR.
The Sentinel-Record is authorized
to announce T. J. Smith for surveyor
of Garland county, subject to the ac-1
tion of the democratic primaries, j
March 27.
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NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
Department of the Interior.
U. 9. Land Office at Camden, Arkan
sas, Fet^. 23, 1912.
Notice is hereby given that Thomas
R. Watkins of Cedarglades, Arkan
sas, who. on Dec. 7, 1905, made Home
stead Entry (Serial No. 02484), No.
29271. for NHSEU4, SWV*SE>4 and
HE’iSW^, Section 4, Township 1 S.,
Range 22 W., Fifth Principal Merid
ian, has filed notice of intention to
make final five year proof, to estab
lish claim to the land above described,
before the United States Commission
er, at Hot Springs, Arka-nsas, on the
6th day of April, 1912.
Claimant names as witnesses: Hen
ry M. Merideth, of Cedarglades, Ar
kansas; William T. Merideth, of Ce
darglades, Arkansas: Dennis D. Noo
ner, of Cedarglades, Arkansas; Thom
as J. Ratliff, of Cedarglades, Arkan
sas. H. G. FRIEDHE1M,
Sentinel-Record, Hot Springs.
DEMOCRATIC CITY TICKET.
Election Tuesday, April 10, 1912.
For City Attorney—Leo McLaughlin.
For City Clerk—Jas. R. llousley.
FOR ALDERMEN.
First Ward—Dr, L R. Ellis.
Second Ward—Will McLaughlin.
Third Ward—A1 J. Gunther.
Fourth Ward—J. B. Rlgsbe®.
Fifth Ward—H. Weimar.
Sixth Ward—Chris J. Ledwidgs.
I)o you know that, of all the minor
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cure your cold while you can? For
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Amusements
AT THE AUDITORIUM.
William Hodge.
One of tllie most attractive features
about the play, “The Man From
Home," written by Booth Tarkington
and Harry Leon Wilson, which will
be seen at the Auditorium Wednes
day, March 6, with William Hodge
and the original company, is the hu
morous blow it strikes at the folly
of international marriages, a theme
that is handled without gloves from
the rise of the curtaVi until its fall.
The authors have deliberately set
forth, it is understood, with the idea
of heaping i^dicule upon this form
of republican insanity, and judged by
the success of the play In Chicago,
New York Philadelphia and Boston,
where it broke all records, they more
than made good tiheir object.
The concensus of opinion Is that
no more delightful wid entertaining
play lias been seen In recent years,
and that its success is due as much
to the homely spirit of truth as to
its clean, wholesome nature.
The four acts are laid at the Hotel
Regina Margherita at Sorrento, 'Italy,
and the ahlef figure, that of a lawyer
from Kokomo, Ind., stands forth with
unusual brilliancy, by the very rea
son of his foreigm cettlng. Messrs.
Lieble and company are responsible
for the production in its every de
tail, and this is a guarantee of no
small nature, as those who have wit
nessed such plays as “The Squaw
man," are aware.
The cast supporting Mr. Hodge is
the same one that presented the pla>
in New York, Chicago. Philadelphia
and Boston, with such minor changes
only as four Bensons makes lnev
able.
The underlying spirit of the piece
is a true republicanism that should
come as a distinctly refreshing note
abid the plays of the presort day.
and tflie high position of the tuthors
in the world of literature would in
dicate that it must possess unusual
merit besides.
"Three Twins.”
Joseph M. Gaites will offer at the
Auditorium theater, Thursday^ March
7, the scosational musical comedy
"Three Twins,” which had a run ot
five months at the Whitney or-eta
house, Chicago, and 10 months at
the Herald Square theater, New Yoik.
•‘Three Twins” contains more novel
features than any mua.cal comedy
that has ever been produced. The
faeeograph is one of the most wonder
ful electrical effects ever shown on
the Btage. There are a number of
melodious song numbers, including
"The Yama Yama Man,” ‘‘Boo Moo
Tee Hee,” "Good Night,” “Cuddle Up
a Little Closer,' and “They Are All
My Girls.”
LYRIC THEATER.
The inclemency of the weather was
no deterrent to the natrons of the
popular Lyric theater yesterday, for
they knew full well that they would
be fully repaid for braving the ele
meuis, and tfney were not disappoint
ed for an exceptionally good bill was
presented.
Jack LeRoy is an entertainer in
the blue ribbon class. He has some
catchy songs and his quick fire com
edy was readily caught by the crowd
whose appreciation was expressed by
generous applause.
'Radcliff and Hall are a. duo of
clever girls. They make their initial
bow to a Hot Springs audience and
were accorded a generous reception.
They appear in Dutch costume, wood
en shoes, etc., and sing and dance
in true Holland fashion, after which
as hoy and girl, they give an excel
lent interpretation of a couple of
jouugsters at play, quarreling and
making up. Their juvenile make-up
is great and they sustain the char
acters in a natural and artistic man
ner.
The motion pictures are new and
are well selected, the one entitled
“The Princess of the Hills" being a
very pretty love story, nicely acted.
Tomorrow, Wednesday night, there
will be given away absolutely free,
a handsome 42-piece china dinuer set.
Rev. John M. Small, former pastor
o{ the Christian church, has return
ed from the Johnson bible college of
Tennessee, where he has been com
pleting his course of studies. He will
rema'.i here over Sunday to attend
the dedication of the new church,
after which he will go to Tennessee
to enter a field of special work in
the ministry.
LOWER'S MOTH KILLER POSI
TIVELY PREVENTS MOTHS. SOLD
AT LOWERS DRUG STORE Af4D
ALL DRUGGISTS.
The lid is off of lamp prices a<
Schmelzel's. Phone 221.
PROPERTY FOR SALE.
40 acres, 10 miles north, $250.
Excellent 5-room cottage on lot
100x150, north, $700.
18 acrea adjoining golf links, $i,.
500.
Wide lot on Central avenue, fine
for residence, $2,50o.
460 acres, 10 miles north, with
some good timber; would do well for
fruit, $2,300.
Pretty cottage, 110 Una street,
north, rented at $8, price $850.
17,712 acres agricultural plains land
at $10 per acre.
Furniture of 20-room, steam heated
hotel. $1,250. Rent $75.
Three 60-foot lots and good four
room cottage, $1,500.
32-acre truck farm, 5-room dwell
ing, large barn, chicken house, milk,
house, two wells, good fencing, 1V£>
miles south of Oaklawn, $2,500.
Extra good 5-room cottage, large
lot, Eddy street, $1,500.
Beautiful lot, 50x150, with Magno
lia shade trees, Pleasant Btreet, near
Park Ihotel, $1,250.
10-acre truck far pi, two miles from
car line, southeast, $1,200.
Five-room cottage, Palm street,
$1,G00.
Spring property, with well known
water, $2,500.
One of the best residence lots in
Morrison and BcldviK addition, $050.
8,000 acres in one body; fine for
stock farm or game preserve. Has
several buildings and is near rail
road. Price, $120,000, or $15 per
acre.
Uood small restaurant, $275.
Corner lot 40x100, store building
with living rooms in rear, Oaklawn,
$1,500.
Finn amusement proposition, a
money maker, $5,000.
One or two good locations on Cen
tral avenue, on the right side. Ceases
for sale.
Business corner with three build
ings, one a 2-story brick, good invest
ment, $10,000.
Three 50-foot lots near end of
South H. S. car line, all for $850.
A home in Morrison a#id Belding
addition, corner lot and good house,
best water, $1,000.
Lot 75x300, near Oaklawn, $500.
Eight room residence, large barn,
two lots, Henderson avenue, modern
Improvements, fruit, etc., $3,500.
Railroad lot next to dump and near
street, ear line, $750.
Four lots on Grand boulevard, near
Malvern avenue, all for $5,000.
Very good location for wagon yard
and wood lot, on Malvern road, near
Hughes Villa, 400 feet front, $1,000.
Money to loan at ruling rates.
W. T. HAWKINS,
629>/2 Central.
Phone 209,
AUDITORIUM
THEATRE
MIDDLE WEST AMUSEMENT CO 1st J
F S BRIGHAM PRES 11 S $ t C t 1
WEDNESDAY, MARCH 6,'
Wm. Hodge In the Success of the
Century.
The Man From Home
Pricqo .50c to $2.00
Seats Now.
THURSDAY, MARCH 7.
Jos. Gaites offers the Musical Success
The Three Twins
Prices ..25c to $1.50
Seats Now.
WHOJ SPRINGS LEADING THEATRE
# Where Everybody Goes
Complete Change of Bill
MONDAYS AND THURSDAYS
3-Shows Daily-3
2:30; 7145 and 9:i5
BILL FOR
MONDAY, TUESDAY, WEDNESDAY
King and Lovell
Doliver & Rogers
Stefi and Dini
Geo. DeVoy and
Dayton Sisters
4 Casting Dunbars
Greatest act ever
Princesscope
Pictures
PRICES :
Night—lOc, 20c, 30c.
Matinee---IOc and 25c.
Only Real First-Class Ground Floor Theatre, Safe for the
Comfort of Ladies and Children, in the City
Lyric Theatre
Where the Crowds Co
THE BEST AMERICAN & EUROPEAN
VAUDEVILLE
AND
DAYLIGHT MOTION PICTURES
Entire Change Monday and Thursday
4 SHOWS DAILY4
Two Matinees 2.15 &4P. M. 5c-10c
Two at Nights 7.15 & 9 P.M. 10c-20c
Safest- Because entrance and exit on the street
every seat on the aisle offering every conven
ience for ladies and children.
Come when you please stay as long as you like
Win heal intoned, soft, bleeding gum* and main
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LARGEST PACKAGE OF DENTIFRICE
ON MARKET.
Price 2*c.
Trial re Paste 10c.
Extra Remedial Strength " Pule 50c*
Mrs. Mae Elmo
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Tells all, Past, Present and
Future.
Private Readings Daily
SB N CBS EVERY
Wednesday 3 p.m. and Friday at 7:45 p.m.
Engage Your Seats by Phone
Residence 1906 Central Ay.
PHONE 851
ED .H. JOHNSON, President.
JOHN B. FOOTE, Cashier.
jSECUBITT SUE
Hot Springe Savings, Trust and
Guaranty Co.
A Roll of Honor
Bank
BUILT TO WITHSTAND THE STORM
Capital $50,000.00 Surplus $125,000.00
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