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COLUMNS One Cent a y/ord Each Insertion. Positively No Ad* Inaarted in This Column tlnlet* Accompanied by the Cash. Nothing to bo Charged. WANTED. WANTED—»eoou rl-nand rarnlture. Wr buy, sell anil exchange rumlture Phone kit*. ’ Wilson .A Henderson, 883-224 Third street. 6-10-tf PHOfUST, (gardener) • wants work. Write Kfbrlst. care Sentinel-Reemd. 4-3-lwk WANTED Piano player, must !«■ able to read Hi sight and pis.' all popu lai music. Apply Manager, S. II. Kiev & Co. ■_ WE PAY the highest prices for men'* and women'* second-hand clothes, shoes, hRts, etc., trunks and suit case*. 33t> OuaebJta avenue. Phono 2171. 2-1-15, WANTED -position as attendant to in valid or "hi gentleman, al home or travel. h\ a thoroughly • experienc'd and reliable-male nurse: firs Ur lass refeieiuv Address .1 II James, cure general delivery. Hot Springs, Ark. 4-t*'-2l WANTED Position by hogUJty. well cl nested .vouns Oermali. not afraid to work III any Kind of line Address if Vigens. 327 tjunpuu. Phone nut. 4-lll-itt WANTED A lady for remunerative. spare time work Call al the Cooper house, Water street, room 3. VANTED- A young lady for office work, ai room ms. Arkansas National Hank /building. Call at 9:30. D WANTED Two or three rooms, furnish ed m unfurnished, cottage or apart ment, close in, permanent. M. Ill's office 4-9-2t WANTED—Situation an companion. at tendant. etc., by refined young Ger man. at home or traveling can also do other duties, earnest, trustworthy ami loyal. Address A M this office. It PHIOHAltD BROS, buy, sell, etore. ex change furniture. S43-S45 Central ave nue. Phone 104(1. 9-3-tf WANTED Young lady who Is acquaint ed in city, to solicit subscriptions for Joinnnl. sintlnul-Rocoiil. 3-ltl-tf WANTED—Men «o learn barber trade. Tn army of our graduates running shops depending upon us for barbers. Many jobs waiting. Can't he bail elsewhere. I'm necks completes. Write today. Molcr Berber College. Memphis, Tenn. 4-5-lw WANTED—Clerk at McCrary hotel. 4-8*tf I n .A i i nan.. ■■ 11 ■"■■■ .1 "■ * WANTED—Pointing and paper hanging l»y Job. ltcsI workmanship. Write 13.! Crest. O. II ftmnldt. 7 PER CENT MONEY MONEY Wanted *o Iwiitow , from 11.mill to l.y.oou at 7 per cent; can give excellent real estate security and first-class name. Address T„ U. P, P. O. Box 114 2-37-tf _ WANTED—To buy second-hand clothing and ■Articles of all kimm. ItORT RODEN. PAWNBROKER. SOI Central avenue. Phone 395. We buy every thins KAEESMEN to call on grocers, confec tioners. general stores, 8150 monthly and expenses: yearly contract. Mana ger. 17 P Main street, 8t. I,ouis. Mo. HK1.P—We furnish help or employment on short notice. Agency at 103 Pla teau street. Phone 1403. 2-1-tf -— --ial IJ. R. LOYD | FURNITURE AND STORAGE Cheapest storage In Hot Springs. 1 Get our storage prices. * 20,000 square feet storage space 2 Largest and best storage in the city. 2 We buy. sell and exchange second- 2 hand furniture. ■ 202 THIRD ST. PHONE 7lj FOR RENT. BOOH AND HOARD excellent table inti drove street. 3-17-tf FOR KKNI Clean, handsome house keeping tnotn-i, $3 we, k up- Cook ami beat with gan. 33i Court street. 2-16-tr FOR RI'NT- Furnished flats and rooms for light housekeeping, gas lights ami water; $3 per week up. Near bath houses. The Ingle. 109 Ramble street Mrs. A. F. Granger, phone 1038. 2-16-tf FURNI8HHD COTTAGK8 FOR BKNT— $16 per month; electric light imd fuel gas: bedroom and kitchen, $10. Take Norlh Ilordei car to Dell street, one block up Dell. Inquire at H. Telephone 1*56. Fl’UNISHKD ROOMS-For sleeping or housekeeping, one block from Central Avenue. $1.26 per week ami up. 318 Market street. 2-15-tf FOR RENT—nicely furnished rooms and fists for housekeeping: all conveni ences; gas, running water, electric lights, close to the hot water; Iron, magnesia, arnesic, rock and Cox springs, see tn«« rooms hefore locating. Take No.-«h Bor der cars to 628 Park avenue. J. B. Bur ges. 9-11-tf FOR RE N T—Furnished modern bunga low of& room* and attic to permanent tenant, Also 2. 3, 4 and 5 room furnish ed cottages for rent. Call 126 Terrace S4t or 861 Whittington 3-30-tl FOR RENT-—Nicely funn tied six-room cottage, modern, 246 Cedar street. In quire on premise* or phone 1068. 4-7-tl FOR RENT—Elegant furnished cottage I'll Whittington avenue. Apply 17; Whittington Rhone 543. 4-2-1! NIC Eli Y FI2RN18HED ROOMS -Modern Rates reasonable. Mis. H. Shannon, 132 Central Avenue. 4-1 tf FOR RENT—Light, alrv housekeeping rooms, one block from bath house. $ up tier week. 4 Court St. 3-28 tf FOR RENT—Four-room furnished col Utge. Apply 246 Court street. t FOR RENT—Nicely furnished room* steam heat, hot running water. 628V Malvern avenue. 3-12-.it FOR RENT—Furnished cottages. foi 2 looms. *6 and *8 per month. 5 room* 812 and 814 per month. 701 Ouapaw ave. 4 two blocks from bath house. Photo jjj3-31 -1 nr FOR igpaJT—A nicely furnished room permanent tenant preferred. 12: Hawthorne street. S-22-tl FOIt RENT—-A nice Housekeeping apart meat. Apply (16 yuajatw avenue 3-20-t FOR RENT -11-room house. modern <0m in «ert mom 430 w or,.thine Mr.-et rear of court house Al.e Lew IF w u 1 ' ‘ . l*»-t FOR RENT. homo cooking, Tina local Ion, ne.tr the Kastman. Rates, 35 to 3.' week. 2-23-tt FOR HKNT—8 room cottage, large lot. garden." orchard, electric light. Apply 81.* Quapaw. 3-21-tf Kt>K HKNT -Hoarding house. 20 room*, sleam Hi-att partly furnished; No. 0 Foui lain Terrace. Arkansas Trust Co., agent, 1-18-tf I>KI .KUtTKI 'I .T.V 'urnlshed rooms.I i -Whittington aveirtte., Phone 588. 1-8-lT I'd: HKNT Furnished aparttnenls. Ap ply 33t Prospect Avenue. 4-2-tit FOR HKNT -Residences at 20 Hender son and 410 Harden street. 8 and II l"0'*Tiis; each has modern conveniences, forge lot stub!'" facilities and fruit trees See W. T. Hawkins. *29 1-2 Central. 4-4-tf Ftir HKNT—-Nicely furnished three, four and five-room cottages; all modern convenience*; host residence part or tint city; reasonable lent. Apply 207 Cedar stroot, or phone 299. 8-12-tf FOR SALE. FOR SALE I j AT A BARGAIN !jj Three modern cottages, two (> room and one 7-rooin each; lots 60x1 GO to alley. Only two blocks from bath house, In good neighborhood. j M renting for C115 !H*r month i m • Will make nice homes. Call at g , 2 705 Malvern Avenue. Phone | f,47. 3-1-tf i s 1 «©b®s®em®b®b<»b«b®k®em®p | For Sale | I * Modern 7-room home with J 5 hall, baths, gas, electric light, 3 18 shade trees, sheds and barn; 5 2 healthy location, two blocks 2 2 from car line. You can buy J-J * this beautiful home for part • i 3 cash, balance time payments. 5 ; a m * See owner, 261 Cedar street. o * 8 3 «■ K©X*l©¥®B®B®fl®a©B®3®*®B«B® 1 For Sale | 144 feet on Pleasant street by 2 ■ 60 feet on Garden street. One t# j 2 square from Park hotel and I 5 bath house. Suitable for flats. B 2 small hotel, boarding house or 9 5 fine residence, possessing an 2 | • advantages of sewerage, water, ■ 2 gas, sidewalks, ready to be 2 S built on. No excavations. In- • 9 quire of John H. Lewis. 625 J 3 Central avenue. 3-31-tf y 3 • ■HMHNIMBMMtMIVHH NM1M0BN9MMMHIMII9 • Arkansas Lands For Sale ® • 8 S Large and small tracts from $5 M per acre up. Large timber tract— • pine and hard wood—from 58 per g acre up. Bargain in City and conn JJ try property. — Money to Loan. Houses to Rent. g | K. R. JAGGERS | 8b#B#E®B#B®B®B®8®H®E*IFC<I5®»» PULL SIZE LOTS *26. yash, *3 u month I.muted In South Side addition, Mulnirb of HoukIoh. Texas, where the government is spending 57, 506.nwt.flti "ii the great shin ehannol l" make Houston a seaport. Millions more grdig into sky sets 1 >ers hotel* nntl ttu tori.'* Houston ha* donltletl Its >|>»l tat hill in 5 year*, 105.006 now Big opportunity foi investors. Write for Illustrated literature. Ml THAI, I .AND COMPANY. 1777 Sean tan Bldg.. Houston, Texas 3-31-lOt FOR SALK Restaurant. Including regis ter. Business averages $.Vkt)o per day. 4."., care Sentinel-Record. 4-3-Ink F< >R SALK Cottle putts. H. It. .Wright. 3GG Central avenue, up-atalrs. 4-3-tt FOR SALK—One grocery store. one wood yard, moot market and feed store for rent cheap. Phono 340. 13.'6 Central avenue. 3-2ft-lf FOR SALK- Bargain in a small hotel, tf sold at onee. Address F. C. T-. Sentl nei-ltccord. if FOR SALK -t iemilna Portugese poodles. Call 3 Crown St. 4-4-11 FOR SALK -Good road buggy, rubber tires 56o cash buys. In goed condi tion and worth $!>!!, Address L. V . care Sentinel-Record. 4-3-tf FOR SALE—Best paying meat market in city. Inquire 430 Ouachita, avenue. 3-7-t f FOR FALK—Genii*' family horse. 1150 pounds, good saddler. H, M. Steele. a-21-tf WHITE SCL1UFR STRIKER HOTEL and grounds for sale. 1211 acres, part under cultivation. Easy terms, or ex change for city property. Address White Sulphur Springs Hotel. 3-2-tf FOR BALE—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. 2-27-tf FOR FALK—Rooming house of 10 ele gant rooms, new furniture, rent 113 per month. Cash or time paymente. Phone 20*6 for particulars. l-9-tf FOR BALE—Modern Cottage, 7 rooms and bath. g-as. Roy B Murphy, 11S Helfrich street. Phono 1*81. e-10-tf FOR SALE—Six-room house, corner of Winegar and Snyder stieets, on month ly iiayment plan. Electric lights, water, sewer. Inquire of any real estate deal er or of Dr. E. F. Winegar, 346 Central avenue. S-14-tf FUR BALE—29 acres, mo room house, good ham and outbuildings. Rearing 01 chard of 100 tree? t int- ni>!o from tow n mi Malvern Road. Mrs. M J. Moo no v. r It F. l> No 3. 3-21-1 in | FOR SALE. FOR SALE fteo S-passcnger touring inr—Inis hern iun less (Hon 700(1 miles .1 \V. Angle, 50* Central avenue. Phone 53. 4-2-tf FOR BALE—Mv house on Henderson avenue, ‘•Iec»tlc lights .water and bath. A. O. Sullenberger. 8-3-tf FOR SAI.E—Chmp rotter lop office 1 desk: Packard organ, good as new. 303 Benton St. 1-2-Gt FOR RALB-Rooming houae. l-'J outside furnished rooms, 333 1-3 Malvern Ave. 1 3-30-1 mo ] FOR SALE—Match team of black mares, I one two and a half years old and other throe years old. 14 hands high, weight looo. Well broke and well matched. Address C. O. D., Sentinel-Record. 4-4-lm POULTRY. iRtitiS—For hatch lute, light Brahma, Burr Orpington, Muff Cochin for gale. ‘ Mrs. Lane 0)2 Third St. Telephone 1828 | 4-3-lm EGOS FOR PETTING -White and Buff 1 leghorns, Jl per setting of 15. 635 Oaa street. Phone 1507. 2-1-tf FOR SALE— Buff Leghorn eggs, 13 for Jl. 00— the everlasting layers. Phone 424. 4-2-tf ] FOU SALK—India Runner duck egga. 1 Also Toulc.su geese eggs. Hiram Whit- J tlngton, phone 655. 2-23-lm . FOR BALE—R. C. Wiiite Leghorn spiing hatched pullets. A. J. llill. Fall-dale, I!. F. 1). No. 2. Onklawn. i F'OK BiU.E—Cypher's 240-egg incubator, I in gnol condition. A. J. 11 ill, Fairdale, I R. F D. 2. I THOROUGHBRED Light Rn.ama Eggs; 1 winter laying strain, Jl 50 per aettlng J of 15. Mrs. Alex Verhovay, 347 Grove J street. 2-i6-3m ] EGGS FOR 3HTTING—Rose Comb Rhode j Island Red eggs for setting, $2 for 15 j eggs. Henry J. Lotz, 1247 Central •2-22-1 ill* EGGS FOR SETTING—K. C. Rhode Isl and Reds, tamous Hoimpple strain, only a few settings for sale, at $2 per 15. 15!i Ravine strict, afternoons. 2-21-tf i EGGS FOR HATCHING—Cypher's strain While Leghorns. $1 per 15; *t> per 10a, Phone 1144. <\ 6. Mason, Fairdate 4-10-tr REAL ESTATE OARGAINS. NO. 1. Four <4) lots, embracing an acre in more, two blocks from ear line. Good foui-loum house on It In good repair, Wi II of good water nt kitchen door; good fences and oiUUous.es, shrubbery and flowers in yard; fine garden, young or chard of peaches, pears, apricots, apples, plums, mulberry anil persimmons. Lots of gtape vines of all varieties; fine cul tivated blackberries and raspberries Electric lights In house. City water and sewer accessible For quick sale will lake $2,ouo, NO. 2. Four (4) adjoining vacant lots in Oak lawn addition, fronting on Henderson avenue. $500 will buy the four. NO. 2. Lot, and part of another, being 100 feet hv 228 feet, with one-room house and bored welt 150 feet deep, near Ostrich Farm on hunch of mountain; high up. ycl accessible; beautiful mountain view; suirounded n> natural forest tries with West Mountain for background. An ideal place for health at any season by reason oi dense pine growth $2.50 cash will NO. 4 Two vacant lots adjoining Morrison | and Holding addition on Holding avenue, i •Water and sewer on street line of prop erly. Surrounding lots can not he bought for lean tlmn $300 each. For quick sate $100 will buy both lota. No. 5 One vacant lot on South avenue, in South Hot Springs, fenced, adjoining res idence of Henry Reece. Worth $300. Will sell now for $17."> cash. NO. 8. 80 acres, unimproved, about four tulles from city of Oulpha, about mile from Thornbut n station on the Iron Mountain railway, about 28 acres creek bottom, 30 acres virgin timber, running water through the tract. Ideal place for chick en ranch, dairying, truck farm, etc. $700 will take tills, worth twice the sum. Enough saw timber and wood on the tract to pay for It. NO. 7. 40-aore trait tin Improved p Just this side of river on Gardner Bridge road. Best road in tho county divides this (met. Surrounding property welt Improved. Graded railroad through the place. New railroad will need light of u:i’ over tract. Ideal property to divide Into five and ten acre tracts for truck farm, dallying, etc. Only few minutes drive front city. Will Kelt Hie ti nt for $1.30'*, worth $38 per sere. Also three small faints, about four miles from the city for rent. C. FLOYD HUFF. Owner. MISCELLANEOUS. ARLINGTON HACK STAND, OPPO SITE ARLINGTON HOTEL, CAR* RIAGE CALLS ANSWERED PROMPT LY DAY OR NIGHT. PHONE 1918. LEE MAYBERRY, PROPRIETOR. THE MITCHEI.L MAI' of Ilot Springs. 2.3c. at Weaver's Book Store. 2-28-tf When a medicine must lie given to [ voting children, it should lie pleasant ! to take. Chamberlain’s Cough Rem edy is made from loaf sugar, and the roots used in its preparation give it n flavor similar to maple syrup, mak ing it pleasant to take. It has no su perior for colds, croup and whooping cough. For sale by all dealers. BEAUTIFUL new goods arriving dally nt Mrs. C. Higgins’ Art Store, 608 Cen tral avenue. 9-17-tf Lame shoulder is nearly always due to rheumatism of the muscles, and quickly yields to the free appli cation of Chamberlain's Liniment. For sale by all dealers. OUICK RELIEF FOR RHEUMATISM George W. Kpons. I-awton, Mtch, say*: "Dr. Detchon's Relief for Rheumatism has given my wife wonderful benefit for rheumatism She could not lift hand or font, had to be lifted for two month*. She began the use of the remedy and Improved rapidly. On Mnnday/Tbhe could not move and on Wednesday she got up. dressed herself ard walked out for breakfast” Sold by Elsele & Hunt Drug Pa LOWER'S MOTH KILLER POSI TIVELY PREVENTS MOTHS. SOLD AT LOWER'S DRUG STORE AND ALL DRUGGISTr. WE HAUL YOUR BAGGAGE AND CHECK SAME TO YOUR DESTINA TION WITHOUT EXTRA CHARGE CALL AT OUR ORE ICE OR PHONE 282. COOPER BROS. LIVERY AND TRANS MIT S A. HAVKIN8. dressmaking and alterations. 619 Park avenue. Phono 1725. *»ue J S. Wll.SON has removed his livery stable from Garland avenue to 5118 Oua chita avenue. Phone 1933. Cheapest rate for country trips. 3-26-tf J. WEXlER. Has expert workmen for cleaning’, dye ing, pressing and repairing We clean ' 'ms fur coats and ali other w wring up turn! Our work Is guaranteed. Office 833 Central. Phone 2132. 2-1-If BARNHART—The old reliable for fur niture repairing, upholstering; nil kinds of cabinet and carpenter work 117 Old i>Ua StieeL Rhone b.~>. 11-23 tt I INVESTIGATE WAITE MURDER. Washington, April 9.—Uncertainty igwin exists as to how many persons vere Implicated in the murder of W. 1. Waite, American manager of the Ssnieraldes Mining company at O ho nl, Vera Cruz, last week. He porta to the state department to lay say several laborers wore Involv 'd. American Consul Haskell at Sa ina Cruz will pursue his investiga ion. LANGFORD BEATS M’VEY. Sydney, N. S. \V, April 8.—Sam mngford, the American heavyweight iegro, today defeated Sam McVey of 'aUfornla, In a 20-round light on mints. PILES CURED IN 6 TO 14 D/VYS. four druggist will refund money if JAZO OINTMENT fails to cure any ase of Itching, Blind, Bleeding or Jrotruding Piles in 6 to 14 days. 50e. MISCELLANEOUS. ••■•■•■•■•■•■•■•■•■•■•■•a I arkansaw AUTO CO. * "Valley Red," Manager. | Seven passenger Westcott tour- Z I Ing car for hire, day or night. X Telephone 400. 7-4-lm £ You can't keep a good man down. Jen Lockett is at his same old tricks selling Iced and groceries for the east possible price. Call and see him it 847 Central, next door to Prichard Bros. Hardware Co. or phone 619. 3-29-1 m BEN LOCKETT. LOST. STRAVKP -Small. part-Jersey cow. dc ■ horned, with halter on; branded S on iKht hip. Return to 15:15 Central avenue or reward. 4-t»-1 w LEGAL NOTICES. REPUBLICAN CALL. Hetulouariers Ouil.nd County Republican Committee, Hot Springs, Ark, April 3, 1912. In accordance with the action of the executive committee of the County Cm Hal Committee at a meeting held on April 2, 1912. a republican county con vention of delegates and alternates rep resenting the republican party of Uar land county is hereby called to moe In the city of Hot Springs at the city council chamber of the city hall build ing. at It o'clock a.m. on the 20th day of April. 1912. for the purpose of elect ing seven delegates and seven alternates to the Republican state con\entkm to bo held in the city of Little Rock. Arkan sas. on the 7th day of May. 1912. al it> o'clock a.m.. and elect delegates to any judicial or district convention that may be held during the year, and the selec tion of a county central committee; and tlic transaction of such other business an may properly come before said conven tion Primary meetings to select delegates and alternate delegates to said county convention shall be held in the several wards of the city of Hot Springs on the 13th day of April 1912. at 7:30 o’clock p.m. at the following named locations in said wards: First ward, court house; Second ward. Park hotel bath house giound floor; Third ward, city hall; Fourth ward, Levy livery office; Fifth ward, residence of J. T. T. Warren, 113 Water street: Sixth ward, Mrs. Aker's store room, and In the several townships of the eounty on said 13th day of April. ■'312, at 3 o'clock p.m.. at the usual vot ing places in said townships. Proxies will not be received unless they are given to an actual resident if the ward or township from which the delegates are elected that the proxy is to represent. The chairman and secretaries of each ward and township are requested to im ir.rdiatelv send the ehalrman of this committee tin- credentials of the dele gates and alternates elected after the lildlng of their meetings. The. basis of representation In the county convention has been fixed ny the eommfttee for the several wards and townships, as follows: Kbst ward . 7 delegates Second Ward .12 delegates Third Ward . 4 delegates Fourth ward . 7 delegates Fifth ward .... '.» delegates Sixth Ward . * delegates Townships Abtloch . - Ka i n . Baxter . I Hale . I Hot Springs . s Leo . 3 I hllllps . 1 Lincoln . Marble . .. 1 Ma-*arn . 3 Mill . 3 Mountain . .. Mt. Valley . 3 Ouachita . ' Sulphur . 1 Union . 3 CHA8. N. RIX. Chairman. J. T. T. WARREN. Secretary. NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION. Department of the Interior. lT. S. latnd Office ut Camden, Arkansas, April 4. 1912. Notice Is hereby given that Walter Bradshaw, of Oma, Arkansas, who. on March 1908. made Homestead Entry Serial No. o'Jtl'.Mk No. 2*570. for 8W 1-4 NW 1-4, section 10. township t a. •ange 21 W, 8th principal meridian, has 'iied notice ..f intention to make final Ive year proof, to establish claim to the and above described, before the l'nltetl Kates commissioner at llot Springs. Ar kansas. on the 14tb day of May. 1912. Claimant names as witnesses: Elmer llrantley. of <)n<«. Arkansas; Now Ion Weatherford, of Otna, Arkansas; Frank Krlckland, of Oma, Arkansas; William lean, of Oma, Arkansas. R O. FRIEOHEIM. Register. Sentinel-Record. Hot Springs SPECIAL ASSESSMENT. Collector's Office, Improvement Dis trict No. 32. The tax books for the collection of he special assessment upon the prop erty in district No. 32 for the purpose >f paving have been placed In ray lands. All owners of real property lying in the district are required to ray their assessment to me within lhirty days from this date. If such payment is not made, action will be com menced at the end of that time for the -ollealloti of said assessment, and foi* .i gal penalties and costs. Given under tny hand this ‘-3rd day if March. 1912. 3-11-lm SAM J DAVIS, Collector. SPECIAL ASSESSMENTS. The tax book for the collection of the special assessment upon the real prop erty district No. 23, for the purpose of •ewWnge. has been placed In my hands. All owners of real property lying In the Its trier are required to pay the assess ment Pi me within 30 days from this ilale If such payment is not made, ac tion will be commenced at the end of that time for the collection of said as sessment and for legal penalties and costs. Given under my hand this the 18th dnv if March. \ t» ml J T OimiEN. S -18-30t 627 Central Ave4 LEGAL NOTICES. AN ORDINANCE. An ordinance requiring all tele phone, telegraph and electric wires now or hereafter strung on any of I he streets or alleys of this city to be placed under ground and providing penalties for a violation hereof. Be it ordained by the city council of the City of Hot Springs, Arkan sas. Section 1. That all telegraph, tele phone and electric companies now owning, using or maintaining any tel egraph, telephone or electric wires over, across or upon any oi me streets or alleys of this city shall within a period of six months from and after the date of the passage of this ordinance place the same under the ground in conduits suitable for such purposes; and all telegraph, telephone and electric cpmpanies here after installing, owning, using or maintaining any such telegraph, tele phone or electric wires shall so place said wires under ground at the time of the installation of the same. Section 2. Any telegraph, telephone or electric company which shall vio late the provisions of this ordinance shall be guilty of a misdemeanor and any employe of any such company using or operating or installing wires in conflict with this ordinance shall be guilty of a misdemeanor and upon conviction in the police court of this city he fined in any snm not less than five dollars nor more than twenty five dollars, and each day such vio lation occurs shall be deemed a sepa rate offense. Section All ordinances or parts of ordinances in conflict herewith he and the same are hereby repealed and this ordinance shall be iu full force and effect from and after its passage Passed April S, 1912. c Approved April 9, 1912. W. W. WATERS. Attest: Mayor. J. Ti. Butterfield, City Clerk. Published in Sentinel-Record April 10, 1912. RESOLUTION, Resolved, that a sidewalk be con structed on the east side ol Valley street, from Reserve avenue to Spring street, in the City of Hot Springs. Arkansas, in conformity to an ordi nance entitled, "An Ordinance to pro vide for the construction and repair ing of sidewalks," approved the 21!rd day of November, 1885. That said sidewalk shall be 14 feet in width, commencing at the build ing line and extending to the curb ing. This sidewalk shall have a curbing stone of the following dimensions: Not less than twenty inches in width; two feet in length; and four inches in thickness, and dressed on face and joints That said sidewalk shall be con structed within thirty days from the di^te tills notice is served on the own er or occupants of the property front ing on or alongside of said sidewalk. Passed April 8, 1912. Approved April 9, 1912. W. W. WATERS, Attest: Mayor. J. H. Butterfield. City Clerk. Published In Sentinel Record April It), 1912. AN ORDINANCE. Be it ordained by the City Coun cil of the City of Hot Springs, Ar kansas: That the salary of the City Physi cian be Seventy Five ($75.00) dollars per month. That this ordinance shall take ef fect and he in full force from and aft er April 8, 1912, and all ordinances or parts of ordinances in conflict herewith are hereby repealed. Passed April 8, 1912. Approved April 9, 1912. W. W. WATERS, Attest: Mayor. J. H. Butterfield, City Clerk. Published In Sentinel-Record April 10. 1912. AN ORDINANCE. An ordinance fixing the salary of Street Commissioner. Be it ordained by tile City Council of the City of Hot Springs, Arkansas. Section 1. Hereafter the salary of the Street Commissioner shall be One Hundred and Twenty-five ($125.00) dollars per month. Section 2. That all ordinances or tarts or ordinances in conflict herewith be and the same are hereby repeal ed, and this ordinance shall take ef fect and be in force from and after its passage. Passed April.8, 1812. Approved Apt‘11 8, 1912. \V. VV. WATERS, Attest: Mayor. J. 'll. Butterfield, City Clerk. Published in Sentinel-Record April 10, 1912. . . , . —. . la. I . i A . AUCTiOOATE! Thursday Aftarnoon April ilth Commencing 2 O'clock Sharp Our weekly Auction Sale of House hold Goods, including one “Haines” Upright Piano Cost Four Hundred Dollars, nearly new and in good condition. SALE COMMENCES 2 O’CLOCK RAIN OR SHINE At Our Salesrooms, 421-423 Ouachita Ave. Lewis Storage Co. —i--—’ CORL ALL GRADES PHONE 128 SMITH TRANSFER & COAL CO. Cockburn Ostrich Farm Riding and Driving Daily City Store 334 Central Ave. Finest Ostrich Goods at Producer's Prices LEGAL NOTICES. COMMISSIONER’S SALE. Notice Is hereby given that In pm se ance of the authority and directions con tained in the decretal order of the chan cery court of Gartand county, made and entered on the 19th day of February. A. L>. 1912, in a certain cause (No. 4952 then pending therein between Union Trust Company, Agents, Sam W. Key burn and E. O. Thompson, complainants and M. L. Weils and Bessie Wells, de fendants, the undersigned, as commis sioner of said court, will offer for sale at public vetiduc to the highest bidder, at the northwest front door or entrance of the county courthouse, in which sam court Is held, in the county of Garland, within the hours prescribed by law for ludicial sales, on Wednesday, the lot, day of April, A. D. 1912, the following desutibed real estate, to-wit: All of the southeast (SE 1-1) quartei of section thirty, township two (2> Eolith, range nineteen <I9> west, except that part thereof descrllred as follows: Begin at a point on the cast side or Cedar Glades road, four hundred and fif ty feet southerly from the point where tlic stream known as Bee Branch runs over said road; run thence easterly at right angles witli said road nine hundre. feet; thence northerly parallel to said road four hundred and fifty feet; thence westerly parallel with first line nine hun dred feet to east sld*- of f'edar Glades ttoad, theme southerly along east side of said road four hundred and fifty feet In the point of beginning, situated in NJOI mini x "inn} . AI H, Also lot Nnmher five of block nlnety two of the C’lty of Hot Springs, and al so, parts of lots seventeen and nineteen In block ninety-two of said city of Hot Springs, as per deed of J. G. Lonsdale, Trustee, to Bessie Wells, made May 27, 1902, as shown in Record Book 34, page 127. of the records of deeds and mort gages of Garland County, Arkansas, to which reference Is made for a more par ticular description, which more particu lar description Is os follows: Tarts of lots seventeen f 17) and nineteen 09) In block nlnefy-two (92) as mapped and Platted by the U. S. Hot Springs com missioners, more particularly described as follows: Begin on Quaoaw avenue at the north easterly corner of lot eighteen 08). block ninety-two (62); and run thence south, easterly along the line of lots eighteen and nineteen In said block ninety-two (o /i point on tho Mne of Hf*j;el street nnd said lot nineteen (19) one hundred and fifty feet from Quapaw avenue tor the place of beginning; thence south westerly parallel with the line of Qua paw avenue across lots nineteen and sev enteen In said block ninety-two, to a point on the dividing line between lots sixteen and seventeen, one hundred and rtfty feet from Quapaw avenue; thence southeasterly along the line between said tots sixteen and seventeen to the com mon corner of lots 2. 3. 18 and 17. in said block 92; thence northeasterly to Hazel street at the common corner of lots one and nineteen In said block nlne ty-two; thence along the line of lot nlno teen on Hazel street to a point one hun mr*' I'l!'1 f f,y 1 r"m Quapaw ave nue, the place of beginning, said lots OWv *25mh ?ro,0,,H beln* situated tn the Arkansas 8br’nRS' ,n County Terms of f;alo—On a credit of three months, the purchaser beina: required to execute a bond as required by law and Ttcr an^ degree of said court in ■>ald laiise, with approved security, hnar ng Interest at the rate of 8 per cent per annum from date of sale until paid t 1/1 helnff re,Hi"pl1 nn the prom lurehase monT*™ ^ P“ym0nt °f the March,n A."'of tM* 13th day ot II. A. WHITTINGTON Commissioner In Chancery. COMMISSIONER'S SALE. Nollce Is hereby (riven, that in pur suance of the authority and direction* contained in the decretal order of thc Chancery Court of Garland Countv made and intend on the lath day of February, A. D 1K1S, In a o*rtu!n cause (No 4»&S( then pendinu theieln hetOeen J. W. Smith and Charles tV O’BrVan Trustee, eomiiliiln.ini*, and P tf otm stend n ml I-on l*n M Oliiwtead, .tnf.-nd ints, the underalKiied, as Commissioner of sale) Court, will offer ten y, t- M> lie vendue to the highest bidder, at the Northwest door or entrunsc o( the County Courthouse, In which said Court Is held, In the Couty of Garland within (the hour- prescribed by law for Judicial sales, on Wednesday the 17th day of April, A. D. 1912, the following describ ed real estate, to-wlt: Alt of iota seven teen (17), eighteen (181 and nineteen (I9>, Block seven (7) of Oaklawn Sub division of part of ttie northwest quarter of the southeast quarter and the north east quarter of the southwest quarter of Section eight (8). Township three (3) south. Range nineteen (19) west. In Gar land County, Arkansas. Terms of Sale: On a credit of three months, the purchaser being required to to execute a bond as required hy law and the order and decree of said Court In said cause with approved security, bearing Interest at the rate of 10 pci rent per annum from date of sale until paid, and a Hen being retained on the premises sold to secure the payment of the purchase money. Given under my hand tlds 20th day of March. A. D. 1912 11 A WHITTINGTON. Commissioner In Chancery. NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION. Department of the Interior, If. S. I at ml office at Camden, Arkansas, March 13. 1912. Notice Is hereby given that Frances A Thomason, of Lofton, Arkansas, who. on November 21. 19o*l. made Homestead Entry (Ferial No 02980). No. 30210. for S K 1-4 N. B. I 4, B 1-2 H B 1-4 and S IW 1-4 8 K 1-4. Section 18. Township I South, Range 20 West, uth Principal Meridian, lias Hied notice of intention to make Final five year Proof, to establish claim to the land above described, he., fore the Fnlted Statos Commissioner, at Hot Springs. Arkansas, on tile 19th da., of April. 1912. Claimant names as witnesses: James Rolibin, of Oma Arkansas; Edward E. Harris, of Oma, Arkansas; A. M. Bonder son, of Oma, Arkansas; Dlle Bobbin*, of Hot Springs. Arkansas. H G. FRIEDHRHM. Register. Sentinel-Record. Hot Springs DEPARTMENT OF THE INTERIOR. Washington. D C., March 21. 1912. Sealed piomohuIh. hi duplicate, will bo re* reived at the Department until 2 o'clock p.ni.. Tuesday, April 30, 1012, for the erection and completion of a frame dwelling on the south aide of Hot (Spring* Mountain Kcscrva I ion, Hot Springe. Ar kansas; in accordttnee with drawing* and specifications to be had on application to this Department Bidder* are Invited to attend One set of plans and speci fications will bn found In the office oi the Superintendent of Hot Springs ftes ercatlon at Hot Springs, Arkansas. Where they may be Inspected by Interested par ties. Applicants for plans and specifi cations will be required to submit with their applications for same a certified check for $23, payable to tfuv Secretary of the Interior, as a guarantee for tbs return .if the plans 1n good condition. The llghi Is reserved to reject any or nil bids, waive technical defects, and accept one pari and reject the other as the In terests of the Government may require Proposals must be marked " Proposals fur flame dwelling. Hot .Springs, Arkansas, be securely enveloped, and addressed to the Secretary of the Interior. Washing ton, D C.. Car ml A. Thompson, Assist ant Rr»<»rotar\. NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION. Department uf me Interior, U 8. l-and 191'* at l-,lr,ulPn' Arkansas, March », Notice la hereby given that Robert H. t li<tw, of Cedarglade.s, Arkansas, who on February 1. 1807, made Homestead Kntrv t Serial No. 0309:,), No. 3l)37fi. for N 1-2 NK 1-t. HW 1-t NH 4-1 and SK l-l NW 1-t, .section 3t. township 1 8, range 21 W. Rth principal meridian, ha* f led not lee of Intention to make final five-year proof, to establish claim to the land above described, before the United States Commissioner, at Hot Spring'1. Arkansas, on the loth day of April. 1312, 1 lalrnant names as witnesses: Colton <lolden, of Uadarglades. Arkansas; Rob ert I„ Thornton, of Cedarglndes, Arkan sas: Webster 8mlth, of Ccdarglftdes, Ar kansas; Austin Smith, of Cedargtade*. \rknnans, II i; FIURDIIRIM. Register Sentinel-Record, Hot Springs.