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CLASSIFIED
COLUMNS
One Cent a Word Each Ineertlo''.
Positively No Adi Inierted In Thl«
Column Unleii Accompanied by
the Cash. Nothing to be Charged.
wanted
W A NTHD— Several couples as perma
nent boarders. Phono 1008. 10-16-tl
WANTED—-Second-hand furniture. We
buy, sell and exchange furniture. Phone
SOS. WilSon fc Henderson, 222-224 Third
Street. 6-10-tr
100 GOOD MEN WANTED—To handle
A. J. Simmons pneumatic ntr collar
and back pad, state and county rights.
New offices, 130 Park avenue. Phono
1023. 8-8-tf
WK PAY the highest prices for men’s
and women’s second-hand clothes,
shoes, hats, etc., trunks and suit eases
338 Ouachita avenue. Phone 2171. 2-1-tf
PRICHARD BROS, buy, sell, store, ex
change furniture. 843-845 Central ave
nue. Phone 1846. 8-3-tf
WANTED- Young ludv who Is aeuualnt
rd In city, to solicit subscriptions for
Journal, Sentinel-Itetajird. 8-lfi-tf
7 PER CENT MONEY
■-MONEY- Wanted to borrow, from
11,880 to $.->,080 at 7 per cent; cm
give excellent real estate security
nod first-class mime. Address 1,
H„ P. O, Box 64. 2-27-tf
WANTED—Koshkina ble arid plain sew
ing. Phone 15!M. 3-16-31
WANTED AVtilte agent who knows me
automobile owners, to sell tin* most
wonderful accessory known. Apply at
once between the hours of 11 and 3
o'clock. Hartford A I.yon, Moody hotel
:i-i:-li
WANTED.Woman to tepresent ns In
your town, goods that every woman
needs. Experience not necessary. Aimes
Mfg. Co.. 1033 Chestnut street. Philadel
phia, Pa.
WANTED—Traveling men to sell adver
tising -paper and hags -as side line. In
Arkansas. Men visiting small towns pr, -
ferred. Samples compact and light. Com
missions liberal. State where you travel
and what otlu*r line you carry. Pape,
Dept. Kemper-Thomas Co,, Cincinnati,
1<H{ EXCHANGE Might bungalow prop
erties, 4 and 5 rooms, all rented. $100
Income per month, best coni mining
town In Illinois. 11,000 population, also
running store stork general mcrlhanfllse
appraised value March 10. $5.0011, all
clear. Want Hot Springs property or
Arkansas lend. Clear anvwheri- near eitt
or town Will exchange any or all. Com
mission to agents, das. A. ('mine, own
er, at Pullman hotel one week, or ad
dress Harrisburg, 111. 3-17-lw
WANTED—A responsible person to run
the dining room and kitchen In a first
(lass boarding house. Good opportunity
for light parly. Address W. M. 11., car.
Sentinel-Record 3-18-21
WANTED—We buy. sell and exchange
new and second-hand furniture. Kohl
enberg A Co., 336 Ouachita avenue. Phone
78. _ _ 2j0-tr
WANTED—Tin and iron worker for Mis
souri town; must be good live man,
enmnetept anil willing to do good day's
work; must he sober and of respectable
character. Address H. J. Morrison. 591,
West Umnd avenue. s-13-tf
WANTED- Girls to do general housework
Appiy 403 Prospect, Mis. Ed Dunlap.
WANTED—White servant - girl. Apply
346-348 Central avenue. 3-16-lf
HELP Wc furnish help or employment
on short notice. Agency at 103 Pla
teau street. Phone 1403. 2-1-tf
I J. R. LOYD |
1 I FURNITURE AND STORAGE
! Cheapest storage in Hot Springs. J
Get our storage prices Z
jlO.OOO square feet storage space 2
.Largest and best storage in the city, mm
I (We buy, sell and exchange second- 5
i hand furniture. ■
202 THIRD ST. PHONE 7lj
FOR REN1_
FOR KENT—Nicely furnished rooms,
steam heat, hot running water. 5.‘*V~
MuHern avenue. 3-13-mt
FOR UF.NT—Unfurnished flat of 5 rooms
and bath. Inquire at this office 3-15-lw
FOR RENT Furnished cottages for liglu
housekeeping. $7 per month; good well
of water. Apply 310 Dell street. 2-28-lm
FOR RENT Five-room cottage, one 1
room furnished cottage. 318 East
Grand avenue. Telephone 1068. Ixiuls
Asbaho. 3-16-tf
FOR RENT—Four-room furnished cot
tage. Apply 240 Court street. tf
FI 42 ASA NT HOME. 4u8 Spring street;
home cooking, fine location, near the
Eastman. Kates. 85 to $7 week. 2-28-tf
FOR RENT—Two well furnished S-room
cottages, each car. accommodate two
small families without children; nice
front and back yard*; large, fine veran
das: situated on car line Apply to John
H Lewis, 625 Central avenue. 1-28-ljn
FOR RENT—Nicely furnished three, four
tuid five-room cottages; all modern
conveniences: best residence part of the
city; reasonable rent. Apply 207 Cedar
street, or phone 2'Jit. 3-12-tf
FOR KENT- - Furnished flats and rooms
for light housekeeping, gas lights and
water; 83 per week up. Near balli houses.
The Ingle, 109 Ramble street. Mis. A. F.
Granger, phone 1088. t-16-tf*
FOR RENT—Six-room cottage, $15. No.
<ul Whittington avenue; in first class
condition. 3-M-flt
FOR RENT—Eight room, 2-story house,
101 Amber street, 915. W. T. Hawkins,
52»i/t Central.
FOR RENT—nicely furniehed rooms and
flats for housekeeping; all conveni
ences; gas, running water, electric lights,
close to the hot water; Iron, magnesia,
arnesic, rock and Cox springs, bee three
rooms before locating. Take North Bor
der cars to 523 Park avenue. J. B. Bur*
gee. 9-U-tf
FOR RENT—Furnished rooms, also itght
housekeeping rooms; cook with gas;
8JL50 per week up. 286 Court street
2-23-lm
FOR RENT—Boarding house. 20 rooms,
steam heat, partly furnished; No. 3
[Y,pnli»ln Terraco. .Arkansas Trust Co.,
ngefit. 1-ls-tf
I- I'KtfISHBD ROOMS-For sleeping or
housekeeping, one block from Central
i <>nu£, 8125 per week and up. 318
Market', street. 2-!5-tf
FOR KtfiNT- Two nicely fut nlshed rooms
<4ectrk.\ light, gaa range, water; no
. Idhlrcn ytppijg !562 Central aie. 3-lS-u ,
FPKNI8HED COTTAGER FOR RENT—
$15 per month; electric light and fuel
(fa*: bedroom and kitchen. $10. Take
North Mol del ear to Dell street, one
block up Dell. Inquire at 14. Telephone
g_ .—......——....---— -—.
t'oR RENT -Clean, handsome house
keeping rooms, $2 week up. Cook and
heat wilh gas. 224 Court street. 2-l&-tf
FOR RENT -Furnished six-room flat, all
conveniences; excellent) v furnished
lib-mild location, l’hone 304. 3-17-tf
. '■—..■i ,-—*«> ■ ■ «
I'"' RENT—Three-room furnished flat.
Phone 304. .,-1,-,.
FOR RENT —To reliable party, two good
farms, adjoining; four miles from ll.it
Springs, on public road. \V. II Itam -
wur. 121 Hobson avenue. Phone 2177.
FOR RENT —Nicely furnished five-room
cottage, UK Grove street, lien Wool
mall :i-17-;!t
FOR RENT—Five-room cottage with
modern conveniences. Apply No. S Ce
dar Terrace. 3-17-tf
FOR SALE
j FOR SALE |
[ AT A BARGAIN j
2 Three modern cottages, two 6 a
I ”
8 room and one "room each; lots 8
1 50x150 to alley. 2
2 *■
2 Only two block's from bath V
8 bouse. In good neighborhood. 8
2 renting for $145 per month. 2
j Will make nice homes. Call at J
■ "05 Malvern Avenue. Phone 2
1 64". 3-1-tf I
R«MM«UHHnniMmin
j For Sale i
Modern 7-room home with ]
» hall, baths, gas, electric light, j I
B shade trees, sheds and barn; I i
j healthy location, two blocks | |
■ from car line. You can buy j
2 this beautiful home for part j
2 cash, balance time payments, '
2 See owner, 261 Cedar street.
1 3-12-lm B
| For Sale |
2 6- ROOM COTTAGE, LOCATION I
® IDEAL, IMPROVEMENTS WITH 1
2 EATH ETC. WILL SELL CHEAP |
■ IF SOLD AT ONCE. EASY i
2 MONTHLY PAYMENTS. .VERY 1
• SMALL CASH PAYMENT. *
BLOCK FROM CAR LINE,
j PHONE 2C97. J
2 S. J. PETERS,
• 101 ST. LOUIS AVE. |
• __"
*•1 mHIHMMIMlNMHi
(MUIMIIMHIIHlNMIlf
1 9 I
2 Arkansas Lands For Sale <
9 (
■ Large and small tracts from $5 I
9 per acre up. Large timber tract— €
® pine and hard wood—from $8 per P
9 acre up. Bargain in city and coun Jj
S try property. J
gg Money to Loan. Houses to Rent.
| K. R. JAGGERS i
«HMHnnMniuNW(i«i
0 FOR SALE. I
% Modern house of 10 rooms ■
2 and bath, best location in the 3
* city. Price reasonable. Kino jj
2 opportunity for right party, Ap. 4
2 ply to Ch»s. W. O’Bryan, at 4
2 Arkansas National Bank. I
• r
jm 4b
• FOR SALE—At a bargain, the p
2 Kirby hotel, 422' 2 Ouachita ave- J
5 nue; 22 rooms, nicely furnished, 1
2 cheap rent; good business year jj
2 crowd.. Call or phone 1087. ►
1 3-10-tf S
FOR SALE-Brat equipped restaurant In
LIltie Ruck 30 rooms attached; host
location, fine trade, rent reasonable; 3
\eats lease; cost It.OOU; will sell al bar
gain. have other business. \V. A Field.
Little Rock. Aik.
FOR HALF At a reasonable price, the
furniture of Princess hotel and a fa
vorable lease on the building. Call no
the owner. John T. O’Brien. 2-2T-tf
FOR SALE—Bargain In a small hotel, If
sold at once. Address F. C. T., Senti
nel-Record. tt
FOR »ALB—My la also on Henderson
avenue, electric lights .water and hath.
A. <!. SulUnhergcr. 8-3-tf
29 ACRES, five room house, good bam
and outbuildings. Bearing orchard of
30« trees. One mile from town on Mal
vern Road. Mrs. M. J. Mooney. R. F. D.
No. 2. 13-21 -ini
for SALE- Modern cottage, 7 rooms
and bath, gas Roy B. Murphy, 116
Helfrlch street. J'hone 1M1. 3-10-tf
FOR balk—Bargain, furniture of 6-room
flat. Call 73j 1-2 Central A\e. 3-16-St
FOR SALE—Rooming house of 10 ele
gant rooms, new furniture, rent $15
per month Cash or time payments.
1 hone 2086 for particulars. 1-9-tr
FOR SALE—FIRST-CLASS BUTCHER
SHOP. 617 PARK AVENUE. .2-27-tf
FOR SALE—Beautiful lot 60x226. Qua
paw avenue. Inquire 015 Quapaw
8-1-1m
i___C
FOR SALE—At a bargain, If taken at
once. 14-rixun house, all modern von
venlences, 153 feet on Central, 1206 Cen
tral avenue; fine corner, furnace heat.
.(Is,, onm rted for natural gas Call or
phone Henry lada al jVVebb Bros., 142,
,’cntral avenue, 2-22-lm
/
FOR SALE Furniture of six-raorn flat.
1’. O. Box 2». oily. 3-17-tf
Ft 'It SALE Pin no In good condition.
Apply BOS Pleasant street. 2-18-lm
Ft‘It SALE—Best paying meat market
lit city. Inquire 130 Ouachita avenue.
3-7-tf
WHITE SULPHUR SPRINGS HOTEL
and grounds for sale. 120 acres, part
under cultivation. Easy terms, or ex
change for city property. Address Whitt
Sulphur Springs Hotel. 3-2-tl
FOIt SALE -Six-room house, corner of
Wlnegar and Snyder streets, on month
ly payment plan. Electric lights, water,
sewer. Inquire of any real estate deal
er or of Dr. E. F. Wlnegar, 3It! t’fniral
avenue. 3-14-tf
FOR BALfiS— Interest In large hotel In
heart of city. Price *400. Address A.
K., Sentinel-Record. 3-15-it
FOR HALE—Furniture of an S room
house, good location, nil rooms rented.
*200 can handle It. 101 1-2 Park Avenue
3-14-lw
FOR SALE—Sii gle buggy, first class
make. In splendid condition, handsome
and cheap on cn >h sale. Address M. F,,
care Sentinel-Record. if
A LOT of second hand furnltule for sale
cheap. Apply at 300 Benton street.
3-16-lw
LOST _
LOST—Heavy gold knob handle umbrel
la. Return to Dr. A. U. Williams and
receive reward. If
LOUT' Diamonds and sapphire horseshoe
pill, on Central avenue; large sum of
fered for return. Keepsake more than
value. Return to Mrs. R. Othewein,
Kastman hotel. li
LOST—Between DeSoto ffprlng and rear
of Ketnpner flat, on Canyon street,
black pocketbook. Return pooketboow
and keop money. ;t-17-:lt
LOST—Bunch of 15 or -'a keys, one Shoe
buttoner and beer opener, on ring. Re
turn to S25 Center and receive reward.
3-17-3t
LOST Two return railroad tickets to
Mungtomery. Ala Itctuin to Wauke
sha hotel and receive reward. J. 31.
Davis.
POULTRY
KOCH FOR PETTING—White ,and Buff
Leghorns, $1 per setting of 16. 635 Oas
street. Phone 1507. 2-1-tf
FOR SALE—Eleven Rhode Island Red
le ns amt two cockerels, six Buff Co
slilu hens and one cockerel. 120!) Cen
Irui avenue. 3-17-3t
FOR t^ALE—White Orpington eggs for
setting, *5 for 15: Inspection of slock
solicited. Eugene Moorman, 1314 Central
avenue. 2-1-tf
FOR SALE—India Runner duck eggs,
lllram Whittington, phone 635. 2-23-lm
FOR SALE- S. C. White Leghorn spring
hatched pullets. A. J. Hill. Falrdale,
R. F. D. No. 2. Oaklawn.
EH CIS FOR SETTING- White and Buff
Leghorns, $1 per setting of 15. 635
Oak street. Phone 1507. 2-1-tf
FOR SALE—Cypher's 240-egg Incubator,
in good condition. A. J. Hill, FalrdrL),
K. F. D. 2.
THOROUGHBRED Light Brahma Eggs;
winter laying strain, $1.50 per setting
of 15. Mrs. Alex Verhovay, 347 Grove
j street. 2-16-3m
| EGGS FOR SETTING—Rose Comb Rhode
Island Red eggs for setting. $2 for IB
eggs. Henry J. Lolz, 1247 Central
2-22-lm
EGGS FOR SETTING P. C. Rhode Di
li ml Reds, famous Hotzapple strain.
1 only i lew Meltings for sale, at $2 per
| 15. 150 Ravine street, afternoons. 2-21-tf
| EGGS FOR SETTING—Kellerstrass Crys
' tal While Orpingtons, year old hens:
' pen 1. $0 pen 2, $3 per setting of 15; also
three Kellerstrass White Orpington cock
l erels. Hu2 Qua paw avenue or phone 92.
I
I 34A31MOTII Imperial Pekin duck eggs
[ for setting. $10 per 100. Also ranch
eggs, $1 per setting. Address Miss Llz
J zlc 34. Taylor, phone 92. 2-26-tf
I
I MISCELLANEOUS.
I_
I ARLINGTON HACK STAND, OPPO
I SITE ARLINGTON HOTEL, CAR
I RIAGE CALLS ANSWERED PROMPT
I LY DAY OR NIGHT. PHONE 1916.
LEE MAYBERRY, PROPRIETOR.
1 BEAUTIFUL new goods arriving dally
at Mrs. C. Higgins' Art Store, 6o6 Cen
tra! avenue. 9-17-tf
> «
| • ARKANSAW AUTO CO.
1 **
lit "Valley Red," Manager.
i fti
l|« -
■j Seven passenger Westcott tour
■ ing car for hire, day or night.
! #
J Telephone 400. 7-4-lm
ROOM AND BOARD Excellent tabb
ing Grove street. 3-17-if
J. WEXLER
Has expert workmen for cleaning,
dyeing, pressing and repairing. We
cletuii furs, fur coats and ah other
wearing apparel. Our work Is guar
anteed. Office, 833 Central. Phone
2132. 2-1-tf
ALL KINDS OF FURNITURE MADE
TO ORDER.
Upholstering, Screen Work and All Kinds
of Cabinet Work.
Show Cases Wall Cases, Reflnlshing
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.
The Mitchell map of Hot Springs,
25c, at Weaver's Hook Store. 2-28-tt
WE HAUL .YOUR BAGGAGE AND
CHECK SAME TO YOUR DESTINA
TION WITHOUT EXTRA CHARGE.
CALL AT OUR OFFICE OR PHONE 262.
COOPER BR08. LIVERY AND TRANS
FER COMPANY.
PROCLAMATION.
A democratic primary election will be
held In Garland county. \Vedne*ds>,
March 27 1912. for the nomination of
United StHtca senator, member of con
gress. all state. district. county and
township officer* ami for the election of
county central committeemen and dele
gate* to the county convention The elec
tion will be held at the usual polling
■ice* in the different townships, wnn
the exception of Hale township, which
will he at the school house instead of at
Hawes. The polling place* In the city
will h< announced later,
OAKLAND COUNTV OKMOCKATK'
OOXTHAI, COMMITTKK
U H. Harrj. Chairman.
G. K, I logo hi ami. Secretary.
Mr. and Mrs. R C. Hardin /have re
1 turned from a vUlt u> New 'Orleans.
FARMERS UNION
AND ROBINSON
OFFICIAL OF NATIONAL UNION
HEARTILY ENDORSES HIS
CONGRESSIONAL RECORD.
Advises Farmers to Uphold His Hands
and Commends Him in the
Warmest Terms.
Washington, D. C., March 5, 1912.
Mr. S. A. Henry. Russellville, Ark.:
Dear Sir and Brother: Your good
letter of the 1st inst. received, and
on behalf of the national legislative
committee. 1 hasten to thank you
for the sentiment and confidence ex
pressed and to try to answer your
inquiry with regard to the record and
attitude of Congressman Joseph T.
Robinson.
But first let me say that 1 (hope
you will never miss an opportunity to
impress upon your friends and broth
ers the necessity of hacking up the
legislative committee, for without
your and their support its eUorts will
and are bound to be fruitless. Not
only must your legislative agents
here, who are merely your mouth
pieces for expressing and trying to
get your legislative wishes, ue hack
ed up, but, as President Barrett.'said
in his letter of February -, “if you
want your congressman to be what
lie really desires to lie—your friend,
your advocate—;.ou must prove your
loyalty to him for his devotion to
your cause, and if he proves himself
worthy stand by him in every con
flict, for this will give Ihim courage,
it will make him aggressive, it will
make him determined, and it will en
courage young men, to enter politics
and lie among those who were de
scribed by the poet as "Large brain
ed, clear eyed, of sucli as he, shall
freedom's young apostles Up "
I wish it were possible to make
half as good a report on every other
member of congress representing ar.
agricultural, constituency as it is on
Mr. Robinson's record here, for no
one lias ever spoken more ably, in
telligently, and forcibly, or done on
the other hand more personal, quiet,
and effective work in furthering our
| three legislative demands tlhan lias
Congressman Joseph T. Robinson of
Arkansas. His speech in the house
one year ago on the "Legislation
Urged Upon Congress by the Ameri
can Farmer," is one of tlie best and
most conclusive arguments on behalf
of our cause that I know of having
been delivered in that body.
Not only has he spoken and work
ed in an effective and dignified way,
but lie has been of great assistance
in an advisory way to the legislative
committee and even in watching and
doing what lie could to help along
our measures in the senate.
Trusting that this will seem a full
answer to your inquiry and assuring
you of our willingness and readiness
to furnish you with an., information
at our command or do any service we
ian in furthering the interests of the
farmers, whether in tlie Union or out
side of it, 1 am, with every good wish
to you and every nteirnter fraternally
youis,
(Signed) J H. PATTON,
General Counsel, National Legislative
Committee. Farmers' educational
and Co-Operative Union o: An.era a
ARLINGTON MONDAY NIGHT.
Last and Biggest of the St. Patrick
Social EvenVv.
The Arlington hotel gives its annu
al St. Patrick's ball on Monday night
and it goes without saying that the
belles and beaux are going to have
another gaia time. Manager Joe \Y.
Corrlngton started ttlie bail rolling
for 1«12 with the New Year's night
ball. Despite the fact that the Ar
lington is the only fashionable hotel
that stays open the- year around, and
that it had practically only Its own
guests to draw from among the out
of town society colony, the ball New
Year's night was probably tlie moat
brilliant of tlhe year—probably the
most brilliant in Hot Springs" history.
Tlie St. Valentine's ball, the Mardi
(iras hall and the Horse Show bail
were three other glistening successes
All in all, the acme of perfection is
always reached when the Arlington
extends itself and a special affair is
staged.
Messrs. Haves and Osborn distin
guished themselves in paying their
respects to Hon. St. Patrick. Now,
society, visiting and local alike, lias
its eyes focused on Manager Cor
rlngton. He always delivers and will
deliver again. The Arlington's pop
ular manager promises a handsome
ly decorated ball room and a most
enjoyable ball. Professor Richard
Barton always arranges appropriate
dancing programs and his card Mon
day night is hound to be a most sat
isfactory one.
E. Kaufman has accepted a position
at the store of M. Mo'scowitr, and will
be pleased to greet his many friends.
AMERICA’S FINEST BATH HOl'SE
“ THE MAURICE ”
IN VENTILATION, SANITATION AND HYGIENIC APPOINTMENTS. ABSOLU
TELY PERFECT
Public Stenographer, Electro Massage, Nauheim Baths, Hair Dressing, Manicuring
Facial ^Massage and Chiropody Departments in charge of competent white operators.
THE BEST GOODS IN THE MARKET
SERVED OVER THE BAR.
Imported Olive Oil and Genuine Italian
Spaghetti.
Monte Gristo Gate
VINCENT GAGE, Prop.
502 Malvern Avenue. Phone 12
REAL ESTATE BARGAINS.
NO. 1
Four (O lots, embracing an acre m
more, two blocks from car line. Good
four-room house oil it in good repair.
Well of good water at kitchen door; good
fence* and outhouses, shrubbery a no
flowers in yard; fine garden, young or
chard of peaches, peats, apricots, apple*,
plums, mulberry and persimmons. Lots
of giupe vines of all varieties; fine cul
tivated blackberries and raspberries,
ifihctric lights in hou e. City water and
sewer accessible For quick sale will
take iL'.vtiu.
NO.
Four tit adjoining vacant lots in Oak
laWn addition. fronting on Henderson
avenue. $>HK» will buy the four.
NO. 3.
Lot. and part of another, being 100 feet
b> 32$ feet, with one-room house and
bored well 150 feet deep, near Ostrich
Farm on bench of mountain, high tip,
yet accessible; beautiful mountain view;
surrounded by fhitural forest trees wiin
West Mountain for background. An ideal
place for health at any season by reason
ol dense pine growth $3.50 cash will
buy.
NO. 4.
Two vacant lots adgoining Morrison
and Bidding addition on Bidding avenue
Water find sewer on street line of prop
erty. Furrounding lots can not be bought
for less than $350 each. For quick sale
$400 will buy both lots.
No. 5.
One vacant lot on South avenue, ir
South Hot Springs, fenced, adjoining res
idence of Henry Kecee. Worth $23o.
Will sell now for $175 cash.
NO. 6.
K0 acres, unimproved, about four miles
from city of Gulpha, about mile from
Thornhurn station on the Iron Mountain
railway, about 20 acres creek bottom, 3**
acres virgin timber, running water
through the tract. Ideal place for chick
en ranch, dairying, truck farm. etc. $700
will take this, worth twice the sum.
lCnough saw timber and wood on the
tract to pay for it.
NO. 7.
10-acie tract unimproved; just this side
of river on Gardner Bridge road. Best
road in the county dividers this tract.
Suriouitding property well Improved.
Graded railroad through the place. New
railroad w ill need right of wav over tract
Ideal property to divide into five ind ten
acre tracts for truck farm, da Irving, etc
Only few minute4 drive from city. Will
sell the tract for $1,500, worth $60 poi
acre. Also three small farms about four
miles from the cl tv for rent.
C. FLOYD HUFF. Owner.
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
Department of the Interior, l\ S Ijtnd
Off at Camden. Ark.ms:.s, .Vluirn s.
11*1 J.
Notice is’ hereto given I hat Robert If
Ch-pv . of <'e'l.n ghnlcs Arkansas, who
on Ecbrumv I. I!»>7. made Homestead
Entry iSerial No. oilaiCi). No :!na7ii r,,r
N 1-: NE 1-1 gw |-I NK I-1 and HE
1-1 NVV 1-1, section si towndilp I I-*
rang*- 71 VV. 7*lh principal meridian, ha -
filed notice of intention to make final
five-year proof, to * stahllsn claim to the
land above described, before the United
States Commissioner, at Hot Springs
Arkansas, on the loth day of April, 1‘U’J
Claimant names as witnes'ses: Cotton
Golden, of <’edarglades Arkansas; Roh
ert L. Thornton, -.f Cedarglades Arkan
sas, Webster Smith, of t’.-da r glades. Ar -
kansas. Arrstin Smith, of Ccdnrghtdefi.
Arkansas
II r; Kill KDII KIM. Register.
Sentlncl-neeorrl Hot Spring.
WARNING ORDER.
In the Garland Chancery Court.
Mrs. Ellen Nolan. Joseph Dwlre. Xnrtie
Dwlre. James Dwlre. XVIII am Dwlre
Howard Dwln- Sister Marv Winifred,
william Corbett and James \v R.-urk
Plaint %
Against
Ellaabeth Dunn, Coorgc N Dunn arr.l
A inline s. Dunn. Minns Defendant*.
The defendants, Elizabeth Dunn. George
N Dunn. Aduline S. Dunn, minors, at*
warned to appear In this court within
thirty duvs and answer the complaint
of the plaintiffs
Given under inv hand and seal of said
court on this pith dn> of February PM'
II X WHITTINGTON. Clerk *
11' J R Housley. Deputy.
Issued bx orders of the Garland Chan
eery court.
QUICK RELIEF FOR RHEUMATISM
George W. Koon*. Gawton, Mich says
"Dr. Dctchon’s Relief for Rheumatism
has given my wife wonderful benefit
for rheumatism Rite could not lift hand
or foot, had fu he lifted for two months
She began the, use of the remedy and
Improved rapidly. On Monday,Jbhe could
not move and on Wednesday she got
up, dressed herself and walked out ror
’'reakfast." Hold by Elsele & Hunt Drue
Co.
Tim most comtiK« cause of insom
nia is disorders of the stoma<h.
Chamberlain's- Sttomaeh and Liver
Tablets correct these disorders ami
enable you to sleep. For sale by a!)
dealers.
SOUTHERN BOWLING ALLEYS.
The Southern Bowiiug Alleys tb
the Dugan-Stuart buildinfe-.are equip,
pej thoroughly for the ac\M)itroda.
lion and convenience of bowers the
alleys being retarded as mnder® tn
every particular flLS irl '
"All the Name Implies”
PALACE BATH HOUSE
Jno. F. Manier, Mgr.
BO Private Dreaalng B,0 Gymnaalum.
Room., t -7T--- Marble .Vapor and
?0 Private Rooma i OpillcH" Shower Bath
With Couch. Room.
8 Large Cooling X>f\ro Turklah Hot Room.
Rooma * 1 1C ~ ' Electro • Maaaaga.
21 Baths $10.00 Including Attendant
_ i — i ■iwi imuniniiii'ii ii lHTft—mmm—■
Horse Shoe Bath House
On Hot Springs Reservation
2i BATHS $9.00
(Including Attendant Fees.)
One of the BEST MEDIUM PRICED
HOUSE IN CITY
ED. S. WEAVER, - - MANAoER
I Hale Bath House :
| (On Famous Old Hale Site) J|
X SPECIAL ATTENTION GIVtN TO SANITATION, VENTILATION
£ AND CLEANLINESS. m
$ ' BEST SERVICE IN THE CITY. u
| 21 BATHS $1000 Includ ing ATTENDANTS’ FEES. X
X ROOTS <£. EASTMAN, Props. R. JOYCE, Manager. |
Imperial Porcelain Tubs, Electric Massage. On Govern,
ment Reservation, Private Dressing Rooms
..Magnesia Bath House..
21 Baths $lo,oo (Including Attendant Fees)
OWEN COr-IINGTON, Manager.
Steen Meet, Gymnasium. Needle a« Shew#* Itm
I ROOM AND BATHE
THE HEW MIMTH HE
a. M. SMITH, Manage
Opposite Arlington Hotel on Fountain Street
_, ,,, _,tjW ...
Cockburn Ostrich Farm
|-:-3
Riding and Driving Daily
City Store 334 Central Ave.
Finest Ostrich Goads at Producer's Prices
THE EDWARDS' HOSPITAL
252-254 CEDAR ST.
A MODERN EQUIPPED HOSPITAL AND LABRATORY FOR THE
TREATMENT OF BLOOD DI8EASES BY “608"
A. J. EDWARDS, Physician In Charga.
Visits to patfents In wards only permitted
OFFICEt SUMP TER-LITTLE BLDO., HOT SPRINGS, ARK.
KThe Only Genuine Keeley Institute In Arksnsss
eelev For liquor
~ and DRUG USING
ft -g 4 P,,r I'stlents have the advantage of tbs
I I >f?t Si'iings baths Correepondenre e»B- j
B Vw- fldenllni.
7n. , - INVESTIGATION SOLICITED
702 Park Avenue Telephone 22s.
UOI SPRINQS, ARK. OR. J. c. WHITACRE, MANAGE*
r™’“Tr—|gp ■■■ ,.n' ■■■
TRADE
SICK MAN
* OONT j
Leave Hot 8 airings Until You Hove Investigats* ™
True Merita of
LOPEZ j
<% Means Much to Your Future Health and H*PP*l'**j
No Medlciue yet offered to bbe visitor* °f
'avorite resort has eucli proof* of Its marvelous nr*
** LOPEZ. A visit to our office will convioc®
most skeptical. Information given is no obllgM*01
Sis 10PEZ REMESr tl
801 CENTRAL AVE. JOHN A. RIGGS. M*n*l*'

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