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CLASSIFIED
COLUMNS
One Cent a Word Each Insertion.
Positively No Ads Inserted In This
Column Unless Accompanied by
the Cash.. Nothing to be Charged.
WANTED
WANTED.—Safer*', coupes as
permanent boarders, phone 1008.
10.16-tr.
WANTED— Traveling men to sell
advertising—pa per r.-nl bass, as shle
line, in Arkansas. 'Men visiting small
towns preferred. Samples compact
and light. Commissions liberal. State
where you travel and what other line
you carry. Paper Dept., Kemper
Thomas Co., Cincinnati.
WANTED Situation as male nurse
or attendant, experienced; best of
references. Address A. M., care Sen
tinel-Record. ]t
WANTED—A housekeeping, 11814
Ouachita. May Ray. 3-5-lw
W ANTED—Second-hand furniture.
We buy, sell and exchange furniture.
Phone 8518, IVilsou & Henderson, 222
224 Third street. 6-iO-tf
WANTED—First class coatmaker,
best bill, steady work. N. Cohn,
tailor, 4118 Central avenue. 3-9-tf
WANTED—First class experienced
advertising solicitor, man or woman,
on good proposition. Apply immedi
ately. “Health Journal,'* care Sen
tinel-Record. . 3-6-1 w
WANTED—White woman cook,
Herman preferred. Inquire at 310V4
<>ua<(hita avenue. Phone 2005.
8-0-6t
WANTED- Piano player at DeSoto
Spring. Apply at once. 3-7-tl
A competent seamstress for plain
sewing of all ifinds on dressmaking,
tit 591 West Grand avenue. 3-8-1 w
WANTED—Position as housekeep
er. Address Widow, this office.
3-8-3t
KH) GOOD MEN WANTED—To han
dle A. .1. Simmons Pneumatic Air col
lar and back pad, state and county
rights. New offices, 150 Park ave
nue. Phone 1023. 3-8-tf
WANTED—To buy a dheap pony or
horse, wagon and harness. Apply at
201 Ouachita avenue, the old Denman
market. 3-8-3t
WANTED—Man with a voice and a
megaphone for the aviation meet. In
quire at Sentinel-Hecord office at 8
p.m.
WE PAY the highest prices for
men's ami women’s second-hand
clothes, sitoes, hats, etc., trunks and
suit cases. 336 Ouachita avenue,
phone 2171. 2-1-tf
Prichard Bros, buy, sell, store, ex
change furniture. 843-845 Central
avenue. Phone 1940. 9-3-tf
WANTED—We buy, sell and ex
' hange new and second hand furni
ture. Kohlenberg and Company, 236
machlta avenue. Phone 78. 2-6-tf
HELP—We furnislli h ip or employ
ment on short notice. Agency at 103
Plateau street. Phone 1403. 2-1-tf
J. R. LOYD
FURNITURE AND STORAGE
| Cheapest storage In Hot Springs,
j Get our storage prices.
I 20,000 square feet storage space
j Largest and best storage In the city.
| We buy. sell and exchange second
1 hand furniture.
*202 THIRD ST. PHONE 71
Jl_FOR REN1_
FOR RENT—Of rice and bed room
connecting, gas heat, electric light.
Furniture therein for sale. Address
T. G., this office. tf
FOR RENT.
The Marion Hotel, Whitting-,
ton avenue, 25 rooms, furnished.
This hotel is of long standing
and good reputation, and well
located. Rent very reasonable
to a good tenant. The owner,
who is In poor health, will take
part rent In board and lodging
for himself. Apply on premises
of J. P. Mellard and Co., 615
Central avenue. 3-3-1 wk
FOR RENT—Furnished cottages
for light housekeeping, $7 per month;
good well of water. Aplly No. 310
Dell street. 2-28-lmo
FURNISHED COTTAGES FOR
RENT—J15 per month; electric light
yand fuel gas; bedroom and kitchen,
$10; take North Border car to Dell
street; one block up Dell. Inquire at
14. Telephone 1055.
* vyiv nc-.-v i—<jne i-room nousc,
near court house. Inquire at Wil
liams and Reece, 625 Central avenue.
FOR RENT—Two-room cottage tor
housekeeping; $6 and up per month;
rooms modern; flats, $14 per mouth.
702 Qutrpaw, two blocks from Lath
house. Phone 406. 2-6-1 mo
FOR RENT—Four-room furnished
cottage. Apply at 240 Court street, tf
FOR RENT—One or two rooms, at
the Pacific Rooming House, 115 Mar
ket street, A rood location for a
doctor. 3-3-1 w
w _
Pleasant home, 108 Spring street;
home rooking, fine location, near
Eastman. Rates, $5 to $7 week.
2-23-tf
FOR RENT—Two well furnished 5
room cottages, each can accommo
date two small families without chil
dren; nice front and back yards;
large fine verandas; situated on car
line. Apply to John H. Lewis, 625
Central avenue. 1-28-lmo
FOI* RENT—Nicely furnished three,
four anrl five-room cottages; all mod
ern conveniences; best residence part
of the city; reasonable rent. Apply
207 Cedar St., or phone 209. 2-12-tf
FOR RENT—One 6 room suite In
Tombler Apartments, steam heat, hot
water and natural gaa. Phone 245 or
1906. 11.26 tf.
FOR RENT—Furnished flats and
rooms for light housekeeping, gas
lights and water. $2.00 per week up.
Near bath houses. The Ingle, 109
Ramble St., Mrs. A. F. Oranger.
Phone 1028. 2-15 tf
FOR RENT Six-room cottage, $15.
No. 701 Whittington avenue; in first
class condition. 2-10-tit
FOR RENT—Eight room, two story
hoitve, 101 Amber street, $15. W. T.
Hawkins, 629'/2 Central.
FOR RENT—Nicely furnished rooms
and flats for housekeeping; all conven.
lences; gas, running water, electric
lights; close to the hot water; Iron, Mag
nesia, Arsenic, Rock and Cox Springs.
See these rooms before locating. Take
North Border Cars to 628 Park ave. J.
8. Burges. S-11.tf
FOR RENT—Furnished rooms, also
light housekeeping rooms; cook with
gas; $1.50 per week up. 226 Court
street. 2-23-1 mo
FOR RENT—Boarding nouse. twenty
rooms, steam heat, partly furnished.
No. 9 Fountain Terrace. Arkansas
Trust Co., agent. 1-18-tI
FURNt§HED ROOMS—Sleeping or
housekeeping, one block from Cen
tral Ave. $1.25 per week and up.
318 Market St. 2-15 tf.
FOR RENT — Clean, handsome
housekeeping rooms, $2 week up.
Cook and heat with gas. 224 Court
street. 2-15-tf
FOR SALE
1 FOP QAf F
1 VII U/TLiLi
AT A BARGAIN
Three modern cottages, two 6
room and one 7-room each; lots
50x11)0 to alley.
Only two blocks from hath
house. In good neighborhood,
renting for $145 per month.
Will make nice homes.' Call at
705 Malvern Avenue. Phone
547. 3-1-tf
FOR SALE—greyhound pups from
blue-ribbon stock, born January 20.
Apply McLeod's, manager Happy
Hollow. 2-6-Iw
FOR SALE—At a reasonable price,
the furniture of Princess hotel and
a favorable lease on the building.
Call on the ow<ier, John T. O'Brien.
2-27-tf
FOR SAUK—Furniture xor eigm
rooms In modern flat; rent very rea
sonable. Inquire 317 Pleasant street.
3-1-1w
FOR SAI^—Bargain in a small ho
tel, If sold at once. Address F. C. T.,
Sentinel-Record. tf
FOR SALE—Plano ii^ good condi
tion. Apply 605 Pleasant street.
2-18-lm
FOR SALE—Five-room house, mod
ern improvements, about 10 acres,
good pasture, two barns, two chicken
houses, two wells, three blocks from
Oaklawn car line, on Third street.
Terms to suit purchaser. Address F.
Gelser, R F. D. No. 1. 1-3 tf
FORi SALE—Furniture of 6-room
rooming house. No. 3 Crown street.
3-0-31
i ... *
Modern 6-room house, with hall,
bath, gas. electric light; nice yard
and ahade t rees; ' best arranged
pottage home In the city; healthy
location; two blocks from car line;
owner leaving city, wants quick
*. sale; will sell cheap; terms to suit
See owner, 261 Cedar St. 2-4-lm
For Sale
5- ROOM COTTAGE, LOCATION
IDEAL, IMPhwEMENlS WITH
BATH ETC. WILL SELL CHEAP
IF SOLD AT ONCE EASY
MONTHLY PAYMENTS. .VERY
SMALL CASH PAYMENT.
BLOCK FROM CAR LINE.
PHONE 2097.
S. J. PETERS,
101 ST. LOUIS AVE.
Arkansas Lands For Sale
Large and small tracts from
*5.00 per acre up. Large timber
tract—pine and hard wood—from
$8.00 per acre up. Bargain in
city and country property.
Money to Loan. Houses to Rent
K. R. JAGGERS
611 CENTRAL AVE. PHONE 1067
FOR SALE — FIRST • CLASS
BUTCHER SHOP. 517 PARK AVE
N U E. 2-27-tf
KOR SALE—Rood restaurant, GO
regular hoarders, cheap rent; two
years’ lease: going to British Colum
hia. Phone 21OG.
KOll SALK—Best paying meat mar
ket in city. Inquire 420 Ouaoliila
avenue. 3-7-tt
\
KOR SALE-—Two !mlaired and ten
feet on Water street, having 5 houses
and containing a large amount of the
rock used in paving streets. Phone
582 or inquire 301) Garden street.
3-8-3t
KOR SALE—About GUO fine books,
consisting of the world's best histo
ries. encyclopedias, new and old nov
els the poets from Chaucer to Kip
ling, at about one-fourth their value.
Inquire 303 Garden street, or phone
582. 3-8-3t
KOR SALE—Good turnlshed farm.
215 Oak. l-2G-lmo
KOR SARK Half interest in good
restaurant Phone 1775. 3-8-lw
KOR SALE- Beautiful lot 60x225,
Qua paw avenue. Inquire 615 Qtia
paw. 3-1-lmo
FOR SATjE—At a bargain, II taken
at once, 14-room house, all modern
conveniences, 153 feet on Central,
1206 Central avenue; fine corner, fur
nace heat, also connected for natural
gas. Call or phone Henry Lotz at
Webb Bros., 1427 Central avenue.
2-22-1 mo
White Sulphur Springs hotel and
grounds for sale. 120 acres, part un
der cultivation. “Easy terms," or
exchange for city property. Address
White Sulphur Springs hotel. 3-2-tf
KOR SALE—My (house on Hender
son avenue, ele'ctric lights, water and
hath. A. G. Sullenberger. 8-4-tf
FOR SALE.
Modern house of 10 room*
and bath, best location In the
city. Price reasonable. Fine
opportunity for right party, Ap.
ply to Chas. W. O’Bryam, at
Arkansas National Bank.
2a acres five room house, good
barn and out buildings. Bearing or
chard of 100 trees. One mile from
town on Malvern Road. Mrs, M. J.
Mooney. R. F. D. No. 2., 12-21-lm.
FOR SALE—Household furniture of
14 rooms, complete, at $275. Good
location and cheap rent for building..
Phone 2082. 3-10-3t
FOR SALE—Furniture of 14-room
rooming house, nicely furnished, cen
trally located, a bargain for the bar
gain hunter. Address J. H. H., care
Sentinel-Record. 3-10-llt
FOR SALE—Modern cottage, seven
rooms and Hath, gas. Roy B. Mur
phy, 116 Helfrich street. Phone 1691,
3-io-tr
FOR SALE Bargain, furniture of
six-room flat Call Central ave
nue. 3-10*41
FOR SALE—At a bargain, the
Kirby hotel, 422'/i Ouachita ave
nue: 22 rooms, nicely furnished,
chean/'rent; good business year
crp&d-. Call or phone 1087.
3-10-tf
FOR BALE.—Ne* room hoti*e
ot 60x150. beautifully located oa
Snyder and Winegar ■treeta. electric
light*,' water, aewerage, beautifully
located, two block* from car Una.
Will be gold for 61500. You can make
our own terms. Inquire at any rea.f
estate office, or Dr. R. F. Wtneanr
4fi Central avenue. 10-80 tl.
for sale.
Rooming (house of 10 elegant rooms,
new furniture, rent 815 per mo. Cnsh
or time payments, Phone 2986 for par
tlculars. 1-9 tf.
ARLINGTON LACK STAND OP
POSITE ARLINGTON HOTEL, CAR
PI AGE N CALLS ANSWERED
PROMPTLY DAY OR NIGHT. RHONE
>919. LEE MAYBERRY, FROPRIE.
TOR. W
Beautiful new goods arriving daily
at Mrs. O. Higgins’ \rt Store, 60G
Central avenue. 9-17-tf
“poultry
EGOS FOR SETTING—White Mid
Ruff Leghorns, $1 per getting of 15
635 Oak street. Phone 1507. 2-1-tf
FOR SALE—While Orpington eggs
for setting, 85 for 15; Inspection of
stock solicited. Eugene Moorman.
1344 Central avenue. 2-l-tf
FOR SALE—Indian Runner duck
eggs. Hiram Whittington, phone 635.
2-23-1 m
FOR SALE -8. C. White Leghorn
spring hatched pullets. A. .1. Hill, Fair
dale. I!. F. 1). No. 2, Oak lawn.
FOR SALE—Cypher’s 240-egg incu
bator. in good condition. A. J. Hill,
Fairdale. R. F. I). 2.
Thoroughbred Light Rrama eggs:
winter laying strain, f 1.5ft per setting
of 15. Mrs. Alex Verhovay. 347
Grove street. 2-18,3mo
EGGS FOR SETTING—Rose Comb
Rfliode Island Red eggs for setting, $2
for 15 eggs. Henry J. Lotz, 1427 Cen
tral. ' 2-22-1m
EGGS FOR SETTING*-S. C. Rhode
Island reds, famous Hotzapple strain,
only a few settings for sale, ai $2 per
15. 159 Ravine street, afternoons.
2-21-tf
EGGS FOR SETTING—Kellerstrass
Crystal White Orpingtons, year old
hens; pen 1, $6; pen 2, $3 per setting
of 15; also three Kellerstrass White
Orpington Cockerels. 602 Quapaw
avenue Or phc#ie 92.
FOR SAKE—Eleven Rhode Island
Red hens and two cockerels, six
Buff Cochin liens iyid one cockerel.
1209 Central avenue. ' 3-T-lw
Mammoth Imperial Pekin dock eggs
for setting, $10 per 100. Also ranch
eggs. $1 per setting. Address Miss
Lizzie M. Taylor, phone 92. 2-20 tf
_LOST
LOST—Purse containing railroad
ticket *o Wahoo, Neb,, e«nd some sil
ver. Finder please return to Marion
Swandon, 3211 Quapaw avenue and be
rewarded. It
LOST—A diamond stuaded brooch,
at Auditorium theater, last night.
Finder will receive reward for re
turning to Miss Louise Horner, 710
Quapaw avenue.
LOST—Heavy gold knob hundle
umbrella. Return to Dr. A. U. Wil
liams and receive reward. tf
LOST—Persian Iamb collar, be
tween Uhe Eastman and Arlington ho
tels. Finder please leave at Arling
ton office and receive reward. 3-8-3t
MISCELLANEOUS.
Experienced public stenographer at
DeSoto spring. Evelyn Lyon. 3-7-1 w
QUICK RELIEF FOR RHEUMATISM
George \V. Konns. Lawton, Mich. says:
"I)r. Detchon'a Relief for Rheumatism
has given my wife wonderful benefit
for rheumatism. She could not lift hand
or foot, had to be lifted for two months.
She begun the use of the remedy and
Improved rapidly. On Monday,Tbhe could !
not. move and on Wednesday she got
up. dressed herself and walked out for
breakfast.” Sold by Elsele & Hunt Drug
Co.
WE HAUL YOUR BAGGAGE AND
'HECK SAME TO YOUR DESTINA.
TION WITHOUT EXTRA CHARGE.
CALL AT OUR OFFICE OR PHONE
262 COOPER BlTOS. LIVERY AND
TRANSFER CO.
-V
ARKAN8AW AUTO CO.
“Valley Red" Manager,
•even passenger Wetcott
touring care for Mra. day or
night Telephone 400.
7-4-1*
ALL KINDS OF FURNITURE MADE
TO ORDER.
Upholstering, Screen Work and All Kinds
of Cabinet Work.
Show Cases Wall Cases. Reflnlshlhg
and Repairing Done. New and Second
Hand Furniture Bought and Sold. Called
for and Delivered.
i MAPES & TRAVER
Factory and Store, 1017 and 1019
Malvern Avenue.
Phone 1792, 1 ring: residence phone,
1792, z rlng-i.
AMERICA’S FINEST BATH HOUSE
“ THE MAURICE ”
IN VENTILATION, SANITATION AND HYGIENIC APPOINTMENTS. ABSOLU
TELY PERFECT < * {«tH
Public Stenographer, Electro Massage, Nauheim Baths, Hair Dressing, Manicuring
Facial Massage, and Chiropody Departmen ts in charge of competent white operators.
fu nn ooods m rua mbk
Ul SBRVkdJ OVER THB BAB
Imported Olivo on and Bonulno
Italian Spaghetti.
Monte Cristo Cafe
RflHdMrt Bage Prep.
HU dahin Aw. •'
REAL ESTATE BARGAINS.
N’O. 1—
Four (4) lota, embracing an acre
ur more, two liocka from car line,
.oofl four-room house on It In good
repair. Well of good water at klt
ben door; good fences and outhouses,
shrubbery and flowers In yard; fine
garden; young orchard of peaches,
pears, apricots, apples, plums, mul.
berry and persimmons. Lots of grape
sines of all varieties? fine cultivated
blackberries and raspberries. Elec
trie lights In house. City water and
sewer accessible. For quick sale
will take $2,000.
No. II.
Four (4) adjoining vacant lota in
Oaklawn Addition, fronting on
Henderson avenue. $000 will bus the
four.
No. III.
Lot., and part of another, being 100
feet by 328 feet, with one-room house
and bored well 150 feet deep, near
Ostrich Farm on bench of mountain;
high urp. yet accessible; beautiful
mountain view; surrounded by natur
al forest trees with West Mountain
for background. An ideal place for
health at any season by reason of
,ense pine growth. $.‘550.00 cash will
buy.
NO. IV.
Two vacant lota adjoining Morrla
on and Belding addition on Beldtng
avenue. Water and sewer on street
lino of property. Surrounding iota
cannot be bought for less than $-150
each. For quick sale 1400.00 will
buy both lota.
NO. V.
One vacant, lot on South avenue.
In South Hot Springs, fenced, a<L
joining residence of Henry Reece.
Worth $250.00. Will sell now for
$175 cash.
NO. VI.
80 acres, unimproved, about, four
nifpa from city on Qulpha about mile
from Thoburn station on the Iron
Mountain Railway, about 20 acres
creek bottom. 30 acres virgin timber
running water through the tract.
Ideal place for chicken ranch, dairy
ing, truck farm, etc. $700.00 will lake
this, worth twice the sum. Enough
saw timber and wood on the tract
to pay for It.
NO. VI!.
40-acre tract unimproved;! just
this side of rl er On Gardner Bridge
oad. Best road in the county di
vides the tract. Surrounding prop
erty well Improved. Graded railroad
through the place. New railroad will
need right iof way over tract. Ideal
property to divide into five and ten
acre tracts for truck farm, ('alrylng,
etc. Only few minutes drive from
city. Will sell the tract for $1,500,
worth $50 per acre. Also three small
farms, about four miles from the city
for rent.
C. FLOYD HUFF, Owner
The most common cause of Insom
nia is disorders of the stomach.
ChBmbjej-lain’s Stomach and Liver
Tablets correct these disorders and
enable you to sleep. For sale by ail
dealers.
SOUTHERN BOWLING ALLEYS.
The Southern Bowling Alleys, fn
tba Dugan-Stuart building are equip,
pe.l thoroughly for the accommoda.
tion and convenience of bowiera, the
alleys being regarded as modem in
every particular. 12.3 If.
‘All the Name Implies’
PALACE BATH HOUSE
BO Private Oreealng
Room*.
BO Private Room*
With Couch.
• Large Cooling
Rooms
Jno. F. Manier, Mgr.
Blq Gymnasium.
Marble Vapor an*
Shower Rath
Rooma
Turkish Hot Room.
Electro • Maeeage.
21 Baths $10.00 Including Attendant
Horse Shoe Bath House
On Hot Springs Reservation
21 BATHS $9,00
(Including Attendant Fee*.)
One of the BBST MEDIUM PRICED
HOUSE IN CITY
ED. S. WEAVER, • ■ MANA6ER
OZARK BATH HOVSE
THE WHITE BATH HOUSE
SORRELLS A LATTA, Prop*. PRANK M. THOMAS, M§r.
Tub, Douobe, Vapor and Shower Rathe. Prlra-te Dressing Koaau,
Portal ala Tuba, Marble Vapors. Mammoth Tub for Laurag
Maa. Attandants Oourteoaa and Experlee«*a
21 BATHS $9.00 (IHCLUDIN6 ATTEnW&T FEES)
Hale Bath House
(On Famous Old Hale Site) "
SPECIAL ATTENTION GIVEN TO SANITATION, VENTILATION
AND CLEANLINESS.
I BEST SERVICE IN THE CITY.
HOOTS AND EASTMAN R. JOYCE,
Proprietors. , t Manager. |
Imperial Porcelain Tubs, Electric Massage. On Govern
ment Reservation, Private Dressing Rooms
..Magnesia Bath House..
21 Baths $lo,oo (Including Attendant Fees)
■*' OWEN CORRINQTON, Manager.
Stea n Heat, Gymnasium, Needle a*d Shewer Satis.
ROOM AND BATHE
THE HEW HOT SPHIHOS BHTH HOUSE
Q. M. SMITH, Manager.*
Opposite Arlington Hotel on Fountain Street

THE EDWARDS’ HOSPITAL
2S2-254 CEDAR ST.
A MODERN EQUIPPED HOSPITAL AND LABRATORV FOR THE
TREATMENT OF BLOOD DISEASES BY “60«”
A. J. EDWARDS, Physician In Charge.
Visit* to pattenta In wards only permitted
OFFICE: SUMPTER-LITTLE SLDQ., HOT 8PRINQ8, ARK.
Cockbum Ostrich Farm
Riding and Driving Daily
City Store 334 Central Ave.
Finest Ostrich Goods at Producer’s Prices
The Only Genuine Keeley Institute In Arkansas
For LIQUOR
C1 and DRUG USING
_ _ _ * Our patients have the advantage of the
1 1 pf-* Hot Springs hatha Correspondence eon
U A W' fldentlal.
INVESTIGATION SOLICITED
702 Park Avenue Telephone 22#.
HOT SPRINGS, ARK , DR. J. C. WHITACRE, MANAGER.
SICK MAN
DON’T
Lmvi Hot Springs Until You Have Investigated tho
True Merit* of
>t Me*na Much ta Your Future Health and Happiness
No Medicine yet offered to tihe visitors of thi»
favorite raaort ha* such proof* of its marvelous curst
M LOPEZ. A trisit to our office will convince the
moat skeptical. Information given is no obligation
iopez REMEDY CO,
Hitni Prststi OIsmm HKim-wi vwi
801 CENTRAL AVE. JOHN A. RIGGS, Manager
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