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All Over Your Kitchen i Mr3. House-Wife you can save a world of time and labor if you only knew how handy and ! convenient a McDougall Kitchen Cabinet Is. We carry a. large stock of Cabinets from $8.50 to $35.00 Come in and let Us show them to you. Lace Curtains and Portiers We will place on sale commencing Monday morning, 250 odd pairs of Lace Curtains, which range in price from $2.50 to $7.00 per pair. Sale price $1.95. Don’t let this chance to buy Lace Curtains slip by T?h\BL?«u0™cw«h Grand Rapids Furniture Co. YourG^tli,i“ 220-222 Ouachita Avenue. for the Best Line of furniture We are Headquarters Watch Our Windows Telephone 1079 Mountain Valley Mineral Springs Water “KING OF MINERAL WATERS ” WAS AWARDED FIRST PREMIUM AT THE ARKANSAS STATE FAIR 1909, 1910, 1911. ^ It Is Radio-Active. It Is Deliciously Palatable \ ' UNSURPASSED FOR GENERAL TABLE USE. ~~ REST DIURETIC KNOWN in Treatment of KIDNEY AND BLADDER TROUBLES. > One-Hall' Gallon Delivered to Y'our Room Daily for $1.25 Per Week. RATIv?—AT HOTEL, MOUNTAIN VALLEY $12.50 PER WEEK AND UP Office and Drinking TvVilion First Floor Southern Club Bu ilding, Opp. Arlington Hotel. (5ur ^tends are invited to make our Pavilion their Hea ‘quarters during their stay in the Spr^??s; CITY OFFICE PHONE—405 HOTEL P^!.^-133 Never any fear of burglars if you keep your papers, valuables and jewelry in our deposit vaults—built on the most scientific modern lines by the world’s greatest safe makers. Utterly proof against fire, theft, etc. Arkansas Trust Co. NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION. Department of the fauterior, U. K. Land Office at Camden, Arkansas, March 2, 1912. Notice is hereby given tlhnt Robert H. Chew, of Cedarglades, Arkansas, who, on February 1, 1907, made Homestead Entry (Serial No. 03095), No. 30376, for N<4NE%, SW^NEVt and SE14NW74, section 34, township 1S, Range 21 W, 5th principal me ridian, haR filed notice of intention to make final five-year proof, to es tablish claim to the land above de scribed, before the United States (Commissioner, at Hof Springs, Ar kansas, on the 10th day of April, 1912. Claimant names as witnesses: Cot ton Golden, of Cedarglades, Arkansas: Robert L. Thornton, of Cedarglades, Arkansus; Webster Smith, of Cedar glades, Arkansas; Austin Smith, ot Cedarglades, Arkansas. H. G. RRIRDHRI.vt, Register. Sentinel-Record, Hot ‘Springs. J. WEXLER Has expert workmen for cleaning, dyeing, pressing and repairing. We cleasi furs, fur coats and all other wearing apparel, Our work Is guar anteed. Office, 833 Central. Phone 2132. 2-1-ti -> Heat Cold Room* Quickly Use Perfection Smokeless Oil H^ateis They produce intense beat wfjiou mok« or aniell. Aak Your Dealer or Phone Waters Pierce Oil Co. -f—■ OCEAN TRIP HOT SPRINGS, ARKANSAS TO NEW YORK $53.17 Via Memphis and Now Orleans 5 DAYS AT SE^l Including Meals and perth Via Memphis and Savannah Ga. 3 DAYS AT SEA $34.27 For Full Information W. W. ANDERSON, Call on fc. P. A. Phone 141 Rock Island Lines Tin icll map of ltlot Springs, mu 25c,, at/sVra\er’a Book ajtore. 2 281! BASKETBALL, FRIDAY EVENING, SATURDAY AFTERNOON AND SAT URDAY NIGHT, BIJOU SKATING RINK, MEMPHIS HIGH SCHOOL VS. HOT SPRINGS HIGH SCHOOL. AD MISSION 10 CENTS. HOT SPRINGS PRESS CLUB. The mqtnbers of the Hot Springs Press club are earnestly requested to attend a special meeting tonight at the Business Men's club at f> o'clock. JOHN BARNETT, Secretary. Notice cf Commissioner’s Sale. Notice is hereby given that in pur suance of the authority and direction contained in the decretal order of the Garland chancery court, made and etuiered on the 12th day of March. A. D. Ihl‘2, In a certain cause No. ... ., then pending therein, between .1. B. Chapman and Mrs. J. B. Chapman, plaintiffs, and A. D. Berry, defend ant, the undersigned, as commission [or of the said court, will offer for s,^Jt kat public outcry to the lit tidiest bidderNo. 1112 Malvern avenue, ’ . —v Arkansas, within the Hot SpnrictiV . .. \hv law for judicial hours prescribed '*« • sales, on Satnrdav'!^ ~"<1 da' of March. A. D. 1912, one «S8Lk of soodB , , ,, f consist and merchandise of groceries’-..^ ing of canned goods, bottle package goods, coffees, etc., and one' lot of fixtures consisting of one St. loti is Butchers' Supply company re frigerator, three scales, three coun ters, two ice boxes, one awning, r.ml other articles too numerous to men tion, ait tutted at No. 912 Malvern ave nue, Hot Springs, Arkansas. Terms of sale: On a credit of three months, the purchaser being required to execute a bond with approved se curity, bearing interest at the rate of tl per cent per annum from date of sale until paid, and a lien being re tained on if he lot of fixtures sold to secure flic payment of the purchase money. Given under my hand this the 12th day of March, A. D. 1912. R. L. BOSWELL. Commissioner in Chancery For Constable To the Voters of Mot Springs town ship: I am a candidate for constable of Hot Springs townsthip, before the democratic primary, March 27, 1912. I stand for a firm and impartial en enforcenmnt of the criminal laws of the state, and pledge myself to a faithful discharge of the duties of the office, if elected. I have been a resident of Hot Springs for the last 15 years and am well acquainted with the situation and conditions. I ear neatly solicit your votes and Influ ence.' 'POM BOM.OWAY. i ALL KINDS OF FURNITURE MADE Upholstering. Screen Work and All Kinds Show Cases Wall Cases, Reftnlshlng and Repairing Done. New and Second Hand Furniture Bought and Sold. Called for and Delivered. MAPES & TRAVER Factory and Store, 1017 and 1019 Malvern Avenue. Phone 1792, 1 ring: residence phone, 1792, 2 rings. MULLERY APARTMENTS. G. H. Mullery, proprietor. Furnish ed rooms for light housekeeping. Hot and cold water in every room. Fur nace heat, electric lights, everything new and the b*st money can buy. Choice Iocs water fountain.; Rates reasonsble. 116 CARLTON tERRA^F Phone 1795. ‘ imiii ni * ■ a ■ i TO ORDER. of Cabinet Work. one block WILL ENFORCE WALK ORDINANCE CHIEF OF POLICE ORDERED TO BRC'NO ALL DELINQUENTS INTO POLICE COURT. ' ■ ■’ o : ■ ■ Brief Session of the City Council Last Night at Which Several Matters Were Taken Up. The sidewalk ordinances of the thy mum he observed Lty property own ers, else they will he brought into police court.> Last night through a special resolution, there was an order given to flhlef of Police Leonard to use two extra men If necessary In ar resting and bringing info nolire court of all who had been ordered to lay sidewalks and had refused or neglect ed to do no. There were present at the session Aldermen Weimar, Shepherd, nur gnuer. Weaver. McLaughlin. Jones. Horner, Weimar and Slgman. A petition from Mrs. JtocknfelloW i asking that her judgment In the sum of $2.!)!>9.92 he paid in five annual I payments, met with the approval of the council, and the first payment will he made in this manner. A petition asking the city to make an appropriation for part of the side walk improvement work In front of the Snodgrass property on Park ave nue was passed. It developed that the property owner had failed to make the improvement until about two years after others had done so, land while the pity may he disposed ,'o make an appropriation some time, ' It nitty take as long about it as the property owner did about making the improvement. The question of the hack and unto eland in front of the Arlington was brought before the council. It seem* there has been complaint about the stand being designated there, and the whole matter was referred to Mayor Waters with power to remedy the sit uation as he thought best. Bark rent and heat bills from the Auditorium theater were brought be fore the council hv Mayor Waters, who stated that quite a sum was due, and as the city had spent money In improving the building recently, he believed the theater manager should lie forced to settle. Me was author ized to make the collection immedi ately. Tlie matter of the arrest of the Car narrio oltunffotir \v£»cs hmitfrltt llpfOTP The new telephone company fran chise was deferred. There were no representatives of the company pres ent, so the matter was left open un til It could tie determined how the fijtv u.uu in tora tn granting the* frets chise. E. S. Clark of the Memphis ball team, who has been here during the winter, left yesterday to report to the Turtle team of the Southern league. HELPED A LODY IN DISTRESS. After Many Trials. In Which Her Daughter Also Figured, Help Comes at Last to Mrs. Smith of Gotdiboro. Goldsboro, N. —‘T web forty eight years old, ami suffered greatly from neuralgia,” writes Mrs. Etta A. Smith, of Goldsboro ‘‘I also had many other distressing symptoms, not uncommon among la dies of my age. They were pains in shoulders and arms, in the left aide and left thigh. My head ached too, occasionally. A physician treated me and tried his best to help me, but could igtve me no relief. I, then, took Cardtti, the womanjj tonic, with the result that I am now well. My daughter has also used it and was greatly benefited. I can recommend Cardui to other suffering women.” When a lady, wlho has bad to suf fer from troubles peculiar to her sex, finds, at last., its Mrs. Smith did, in Cardui, a medicine which restores tier to health and energy, rau you blame iter for wishing others to know of her good fortune? Reading of Mrs. Smith’s helpful ex perience should encourage you to try what Cardui will do for yon. Try a bottle today. At any drug store. N. H.—Write to: Ladies* Advisory Dept., Chattanooga Medicine Co., Chattanooga. Tonn.. for Special Instructions, and Ut page book, "Home Treatment for Wom en,” sent »n plain wrapper, on reguest. — -■ - ——-— TTlie Cook always feels 1 confident of $S pure and wholesome 1 food when using D* PRICES CREAM Baking Powder A Pure,Grape Cream</Tartar Baking Powder 1 Made from Grapes No Alum No Lime Phosphate . _ ^ ST, PATRICK'S BALL. Arlington Hotel Will Entertain With Splendid Ball. Old friend St- Patrick is not go ing to be forgotten by Manager -lor W. Corrtttgton of the Arlington lin tel, or by Manager Rgbfrt T. Osltorn of the I'nsttnrtn hotel, even if his majesty's birthday does fall on Sun day this year. Mr. Osborn bus already announced that he would put on the Kastman's annual St. Patrick's hall on Saturday night. The beautiful hall room will he tastefully decorated and Professor Phillip Andrew Laffey can be relied upon rendering hU very beat dance program or the season. Why, because Brother l.affey is hii fristhninn out and out an Irishman with a Inrge afzed I. Mr. Cnrrtngton will do honor to St. Patrlrk next Monday night. In order to not Interfere with the stuuess ot the Arlington’s hall. Mr. Osborn will l>ostpone the Want man's customary Monday night Informal dance to Tues day night or Wednesday night. Mr. Corrlngton is a grand past master in doing the rigid thing at the right time and In the right way, and next Mon day nigtht's hall at the Arlington bids fair to be one of the big events of the season. ■« • | The Southwestern Telephone and the Tradesman The electrician, the gas-hitter. (lie plumber, the carpenter—each lias harnessed the Southwestern to his business and is, to-day catering to your telephone trade. When something goes “out-of-whack'^.in your home, have you a South- . western Telephone to meet the emergency ? Him Call the business office to-day. '| i 1 The SottthwoHtern Telegraph & Telephone Company --. An Item of Interest to Visitor^ LUMBER AND ALL KINDS OF>2UlLr)IN<V MATERIAL SOLD DIRECT TO TVE C2S^ SUMER, NOT BY A MAIL ORDER^&^SE, BUT BY MANUFACTURERS. WHO HAVE HAD LONG YEARS EXPERIENCE BOTH IN THE MANUFACTURING AND RETAIL ING OF LUMBER AND BUILDING MATER IALS. We Can Save You $80.00 to $125.00 Per Gar CALL AT OUR OFFICE AND GIVE US AN OPPORTUNITY TO BACK UP OUR STATE MENTS. WE WILL BE PLEASED TO SHOW YOU THROUGH OUR STOCKS AND NAME YOU PRICES DELIVERED AT YOUR HOME TOWN. ] TELEPHONE 1291 Peoples Luipber & Supply Co. Offices No. 621 Central Avenoe Hot Springs, Ark.