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ICLASSIFIED COLUMNS! S ||_ X I x One Cent a Word Each Insertion. :: Positively No Ads Inserted Unless Accompanied by the Cash :: Nothing Charged £ %xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx:xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxXxxxxxxxaxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx£I WANTED. WANTED Kj combination bookkeeper, stenograph! i and geiieml nllne a.an Rfsce In Hot Spring* Mari hot Eight >#r rs expertoneo. Recommended hy three of the best firms In the country, wtfl work on reasons h>e salary Write or wire at n)> expense, O. II Hite, Asfedown, Ark t- t’t - lino WA NT El l TO REN r Huh ill in gr.. >, with two or more living rooms Ad dnss J. A, y . this office. S-28-lw WANTED ~Oood farm hand that Is cx perlerirwd In poultry and dally work. Ay>|j#> Death Dairy harm, 1-4 mile east Country eluh. 5-23-tf WANTED 1.1*U| surrey, must be Ih gikvl condition amt reasonable Ad dress W. W., Sentinel-Record. 4-1 f WANTED Position by experienced young lady as stenographer or nfflrsi assistant Phone 21135. 5-3;!-1 a h WANTED—To rent furntshnl good room loomlng house of 15 or lx rooms, by responsible parties: must be rospeetablo and reasonable. Address M. !>., this ni nes. - - 5-11-If WANTED- A voting lady bookkeeper, I with some experience waiting on trade Apply In own handwriting to ,V H M this Offtw 5-34-1 wk MWnMMIANMHMIHMI 8 WANTECf—To buy second hand 5 ■ clothing and articles of all kinds. ■ 9 noBT. Rodin, pawnbroker. 8 not Central avenue. Phone 395. ■ " We buy everything. s m Z' J. T. WILSON .# Buy*, Belli and Exchanges Ne« . x add Second Hand Furniture. '• , 222-221 THIRD STREET. I PHONE 898. J. R. LOYD FURNITURE AND STORAGE ' Cheapest storage In Hot Spring*. I Get our storage price*. ?n,000 square feet storage . space ] Largest and best storage In the city. | I We buy, sell and exchange second- ] hand furniture. | 202 YH RD ST. PHONE 71 • ] BUSINESS METHOD CHANGED. We are now soiling all kinds J or new ami Bpcond hand Furr.i ■ lure on easy terms. Call and ■ got the right prices before I buying. ® 1 AH kinds of goods wanted. f Will pay cash or exchange. I J. H. ERMEY & SON. 601 Ouachita Ave. Phone 338 9j FOR RENT. FOR RENT -7-rooin nfcolj furnished apa.rtment. conveniently located. Address X. Y. Z., care this office. 5-28-tf FOR RENT -One 2 and 3-room col tage, furnished, to permanent par ties. Rent, $'2.60. Phone Hr. Cox, 159. 2-28-1 w FOR RENT -Coin plotely furnished I room flat with bath; very conveni ent; opposite DeSoto spring. Kemp tier Flats, phone 1739. 3t FOR RENT Nicely furnished rmints, modern, for one or two permanent peo ple, in private family. 1116 Central Ave. 8 -21 *2 ftks FOR RENT Four-room unfurnished rai lage. 2*1 Violet street. 5-X-tf FOR RENT 14-room house, partly turn lehed, 1296 Central avenue Best kora tion in the city. Apply Webb Bros oi phone 717. R-lX-tf FOR RENT Furnished rooms for light MnwkMtifek. and furnished cottage* 240 Court street. ;.-x-rt FOR RENT--One seven-room suite in the Tom bier apartments ('ompletelv fur nished; wilt rent by the month or summer Inquire nl Istmar Bath House or l'houe 19«* f.-7-tf FOR RENT 6-rooni furnished bungalow for the summer; hath, gas and electric lights. Phone 1997. 6-26-lw FOR RENT 8tor« mom on Ceitnl avenue, ep.se to Arlington See Woot en & Rector. 4-13U FOR RENT- Furnished flats and rooms for light housekeeping, gas lights ami water; IS per week up. Near hath houses The Ingle. 109 Ramble street. Mrs. A. F Granger, phone 1038. 2-15-tf Ft Ml RENT Furnished cottages, for 2 rooms. $« snd ts i>.-r month. 3 rooms. SI2 amt fl4 per month. 701 tjuapun Vve , two (docks from hath house. Phone 430. 5-14-1 f FOR RENT In private’family, well furn ished S or 4 room flat", with nil tnoderp convi-nl.-ncles for housekeeping 2SI Cedar street. 4-28-lm FOR BENT Eight, airy h.msekeeplno rooms, one Mock from hath house, r; up per week, 6 Court St. 8-23 tf FOR RENT -FurnlshPd cottages, for 2 rooms. $* and $* per mouth. 3 rooms. $12 and $14 per month 701 Qua paw ave nue, two blocks from bath house. Phone 436 8-16-tf FOR RENT Sigler Apartments, mndern ly furnished In suites of two to finu outside rooms for light housekeeping. Se lect. Finest location. Near Stores and bath houses Summer rates, Including hot and cold water and gas for cooking. $21 and tin per month. Office, 335 Oua chita avenue. FOR KENT -NealB furnished room* »2 SO up. Mrs. G. W. Pitt, 116 1-3 fen tral avenue. 5-2-lm FFJtNtSHBP ROOMS—For sleeping ot housekeeping, one block from Centra' Mvenue- $1.26 per week and up. 31* Market strest. 3-15-r FOR RENT—Elegant furnished cottage 429 Whittington avenue. Apply 4.8 Whittington. Phone 543._*■- » FOR RENT. v 7.room house, all modern con- t venlencce. Large yard and trees. * Phone 1161 or cnll at corner Spr.ng T and Palm streets | | FOR RENT, FOR RKNT -Nicely furnished three, foul amt flv«-ruoin cottages; all modern convenlcnCMt:' best residence part of the city; reasonable cm. Apply 2u7 cedar j attest, "r phone M $ 12- tf FOR RENT -Go to 224 court street, clean, cool housekeeping or sleeping rooms, $2.00 add $3.00, and suites $4.00 1 and up. Three fine front porches, giving a splendid view over Hot Springs; nine doors west of Bath House Row. THE ALPINE. Mrs. Englehart, FOR RENT—-nicely furnished rooms and flats for housekeeping; all convent cnees; gas, running water, electric lights, close to the hot water; Iron, magnesia, arsenic, rock, radium springs; see these rooms before locating. Take No.-'h Bor der cars to 528 Park avenue. J. B. Bur gee. 9-31-tf FOR RKNT—Six ronni modern cottage. ••-•K ('hurt St., one block In rear Ar kansas National Hunk Ho < icssUin given May 15. 41(1 Central Avenue Abe Levy. 4-17-tf ROOM AND BOARD Excellent table. Rifi drove at root. 3-17-tf FOR RKNT 5 ronni col luge. 220 Darker avenue. Apply l'hll latvy, M2 Central avenue. 5-19-If I FOR RKNT Mom t If ill furnished rooms In private family. Apply 819 Qunpnw. 5-19-lf FOR RENT No. hi Qua paw 1 venue, a modern 7-mom cottage with linen olos. eta. china closelM. hot and cold hnthst and gas. Rhone 1329 or Inquire next door. 4-30-1 f N’ICKLY KDHNIRHKD ROOMS Modern Ratos reasonable. Mra. B. Shannon, 133 Onttnl Avenue. 4-1 tf FTIRNISHEJI COITAOKH FOR RKNT $15 per month; electric light and fuel gun; bedroom and kitchen $10... Take North Holder car to Dell atdect, onn bloek up Dell. Inquire at 14. Telephone c.'. TOR SALE. run nAur,- pw-nwra nouse, corner or Wlnegar and Snyder streets, on month ly payment plan. Electric lights, water, •ewer. Inquire of any real estate deal er or of Dr. E. F. Wlnegar, 346 Central avenue. , 3-14-tf FOR SALE 5-room cottage and two lot.*4, comer near car lino, South Hot Springs; garden, fruit tree*, harn. Must sell. Rhone 1061* or 536. 5-24-tf FOR. HALE—My house on Henderson ! avenue, electric light* .water and bath A. G. Sullrnbeiger. 8-3-tf FOR SALE Rubber tired wheel chair, good as new. Host $HUM* for $20.00. \V Sampson, 311 Elizabeth .Avo., Hattiesburg. Miffs. 5 -22-51 FOR HA LK At bargain first class up- i right Everett piano. Apply 5 Fountain , *Perrace. Phone 3041. fi-10-tf i FOR HALE Fixtures, store and dwell ing rooms, and lot 50x150. Apply 1205 Malvern avenue. 5-15-1 m REAL ESTATE BARGAINS. NO. 1. Four (4) lots, embracing an acre ui more, two blocks from car line. Good four-room house on it in good repair. Well of good water at kitchen door; good fences and outhouses, shrubbery and (lowers in yard; fine garden, young or chard of peaches, pears, apricots, apples, •luma, mulberry and persimmons. Lots >f grape vines of all varieties; fine cul tivated blackberries and raspberries Electric lights in house. City water and »ewer accessible For quick sale will take $2,000. Nil. 2 Four (4) adjoining vacant lots In Oak awn addition, fronting on Henderson (Venue $600 will buv the four. NO Lot. and part of another, being 100 feet by 328 feet with on* room house and bored well 150 feet deep, near Ostrich Farm on h*nch of mountain, high up. et accessible; beautiful mountain view, surrounded by natural forest tree* with \Veat Mountain for background. An ideal dai < for health at any season by reason *f derust* pine growth $3.50 cash will my. NO 4 Two vacant lots adjoining MorrDon »nd Rebling addition on Melding a v* nuts. Water and sewer on street line of prop erty. Surrounding lots can not be bought for less than $35o each, l or quick stale 1400 will buy both lots. No. 5. One vacant lot on South avenue. In ■South Hot Springs, fenced, adjoining res. deuce •*,* Henry Recce Wurth $250 vVIU sell now for $175 crush. NO ft SO noroa, unimproved, about four mile* rom city of (lulphu. about tulle from I'bornburn station ,>n the Iron Mountain uilwuy, about 2(1 acres Creek bottom, SO lores vtrgth timber, running vvaln through the tract bloat place for chick ■n ranch, dallying, truck farm. etc. $701) v i 11 take tins, worth twice the sum. enough saw timber and wood on the •tact to nav for It. NO. 7. 40-acre tract unimproved; Just this side >f rtvor on Gardner Bridge road. Host -ond In the county divides this tract. Surrounding prop, rty wli Improved leaded ralboad through the placp. New nltroari Will need tight of was over tract, deal property to divide into five and t' n tc.re tracts for truck farm, dairying, etc Inly few minutes drive from city Will ■-ell the tract for fl.'i'fl, worth *80 per I icve. Also three small farms about four! nilea from the ettv for rent C. FLOYD HUFF. Owner. . SO.otto buys five houses. 134, 13;? and 130 tumble street, 1*0 and lbS Arbor street. Lot 231 feet front by 2f>o deep Part cash, ha In nee on time. For part inula ra address A II Knoll. Kite I’.i R-10-1W VHITE SULPHUR FTRLWJS HOTEL and ground* tor Bate. 120 aerea, part inder cultivation. Kasy terms, or "X ha> ge for city property. Address White 4ulpl'>r Spring* Hotel. S-2-U *IM#HltHWMICMItnMI €HB IFOR SAL* Beat paying meal market In city. B Inquire 430 Ouachita avenue B 2-T-tf B .nna»i«.«dM«nin«iftt«a n«IU»IMMNN«UIMOI FOR SALE | A FINE BUSINESS PROPOSITION 5 144 feet on Pleasant street, by 6J I feet on Garden street: suitable for X Ismail hotel, flats, flna residence or X large boarding house. Has all ad- X vantages of sewerage, water, gat, B concrete eidewalks: requires no ex- ■ cavatlon. One square from Park ho- • tel and bath house. A bargain If ■ sold at once. * Inquire of John H Lewis, 625 ■ Central avenue, or William A. X Lewis, 615 Central avenue. S-9-tf X •mmhmnimmmhmhi FOR SALE. FOR HALK The furniture of un old es tablish.-d I a m II ■ hotel, a haigain if taken nf 'me, leaving city. Address 213 Whittington avenue. 5-lf-tf F"> H HAt.K Combination horse, buggy an,I harness. AH first class. R, lee With. Telephone 1977, or call 710 Qua - pa w avenue. 5-U If. FOIt H A LK—Fixtures, store and dwelling rooms, and lot 50xl&n. Apply 1205 Malvern avenue. 5-lS-lm FOK HALK Buggy horse, city broke. M. K. McGuire, barber, 205 Third street. r,-i7-tt FOR HALK Black buggy mare, safe, gentle, good driver, also good top hug gv, cheap Rhone 1023 5-5-tf FOR HALK—Modern cottage, 7 rooms and hath. gas. Roy H. Murphy, 116 Helfrlch street Rhone 1691. 3-10-tf FOR HALK <'I! TI'A UK One 30 h.p Stoddard-Day ton roadster: also one 40 h.p. Ittilck touring car; full equipment and extra tires with each. Sec lllram Whittington. 5-II-if .. ' .-.'-— ----—-"2. LOST AND FOUND. I.iOST— Indies’ Panama hat at Rock Inland depot. Return to cashier Ar lington hotel for reward. 2-28-2' LOST One bar pin, litre,- stones, be tween Kress' and Mendel's. If found, return to Mrs. K. H. Smith, No. 212 Spring street. Liberal reward. 5-25-31 IjORT Isiege pink cameo setting. Lib eral reward. Notify Mies I.ynds, lamur Math Mouse. 5-24-lw LOHT Bunch of keys with key check, with name of K. \V. Ware on same. Kinder return to t’hsark hotel and recelvo one dollar. H. W. Ware. 5-25-2t POULTRY. HIGH GRADE l’Ot'LTRY AT HALF PRICE Pure bred F. C. It. 1 Hods, White and Huff Leghorns. The best breeding and laying stock In tills vicinity now offered at half price to make room for young stork. Come and set them. Ozark Poultry farm, (formerly Mull* ry's), 1-4 mile east of Country Club. A. 11 l«add, Prop. 5-22-tf KOR SALE India Runner duck eggs. Also Toulcse geese eggs. Hiram Whit tington. phone 635. 2-23-lm KOR SALE—S. C. White la-gliorn spring hatched pullets. A. J. Hill. Falrdale, II F. D. No. 2. Oaklawn. POIt SaLF. -Cypher's 240-egg Incubator, In good condition. A. J. Hill, Falrdale, It. F. D. 2. MISCELLANEOUS. HFACIIFCL new goods arriving dally at. Mrs. C. Higgins’ Art Store, 606 Cen tral avenue. 9-17-tf J. S. WILSON has removed his livery stable from Garland avenue to 633 Oua chita avenue. Phone 1033. Cheapest rate for country trips. 3-26-tf ARLINGTON HACK STAND, OPPO SITE ARLINGTON HOTEL, CAR RIAGE CALLS ANSWERED PROMPT LY DAY OR NIGHT. PHONE 1916 LEE MAYBERRY, PROPRIETOR. SARKANSAW AUTO CO. "Valley Red." Manager. fACFNT FOR HUPMOBILE ^ Seven passenger Westcott tour- fij jS Ing car for hire, day or night. ■ • Telephone 100. 7-4-lni I n • WE HAUL YOUR BAGGAGE AND CHECK SAME TO YOUR DESTINA TION WITHOUT EXTRA CHARGE. CALL AT OUR OFFICE OR PHONE 262 COOPER BROS. LIVERY AND TRANS BARNHART—The old reliable fur fur niture repairing, upholstering; all kinds of cabinet and carpenter work. 117 Gul I h i Street. Phone 65S 11-23-tf THE MITCHELL MAP <>r Hot Springs. -'5c. at Weaver's Hook Store 2-23-tf LEGAL NOTICES. COMMISSIONER S SALE. Notice la hereby given mat In pursu ance of the authorlt* and directions con tained In the decretal order of the t'han • cry Court of Garland county, timdc and entered on the Srtth day of April. A. 1' 191.'. In a certain cause (No. 5004) then pending therein between Mrs Kllen No lan. Josephine Dwlre. Annie Dwlre, James Dwlre. William Dwlre Sister Mary Wlnueft'd, William Corbett and James K Rourke, complainants, and KUxabeth Dunn, n minor. <ieorge N Dunn, a minor, and Adeline S. Dunn, a minor, defend ants. the undersigned, as Commissioner of said court, wilt offer for sale at public * endue In the highest bidder, at the N. W. front door or entrance of the count* court house. In which sold court Is held, in the County of Garland, within the hours prescribed by lav for Judicial sab s, on Saturday, the first day of June. A. D. 191.'. the following described real estate, to wll: Lot four (4), block seventy-sev en t77» of the Cllv of Hot Springs, Ar kansas. as surveyed, mapped and platted by the 1 'nlted States Hot Spring* Com mission: also lot seven *7) of block eight een i IS) In the Morrison and Bolding ad dition to the City of Hot Springs, In Gar land County, Arkansas. Terms of sole: On a credit of three men Hu*, the purchaser being required te exeeu'.e a bond as requited by law and the order and decree of sold court tn said cause, with approved security, bear itig Interest at Ihe role of 6 per cent per annum from date of Side until paid, and a Hen being retained on Ihe premise* sold to secure Uni payment of the pur chase money. Given under my hand this 3rd day of Mav, A. 1>. 1912. H. A WHITTINGTON Commissioner in Chancery. COMMISSIONER'S SALE. Notice is hereby given that tn pursu ance of the authority and directions con tained In the decretal order of the Chan cery Court of Garland county, made and entered on the 26th day of April. A. D. 1912. In a certain cause (No. 41*121. then ponding between K. J Polhamtu*. Rxedi tor of Ihe Inst will and testament of M. L. Pothamlus. decs axed, and W. A. Mal lard, trustee complainant*, and A. R Krakaw and C. T. Gotham, as guardian of the said Abe Krakaw. insane, d-fend anls, the undersigned as commissioner f*t said court, will offer for sale dt public vendue to the highest bidder, at the northwest front door or entrance of the eounfv courthouse, in which said court Is held, In the count*' of Garland within the hoars prescribed by law for Judicial sab s, on Wednesday, the Eth day of June. A. D. 191 i the following described real estate, to-wlt: Lois 7,s, 11, 30 and 21 Ip block No S. and lot* 7 and 10 In block 2 nf the Choctaw subdivision of part of iilrx'k* 0 Wi i 21 |n the eh* nf Hot Kptingx, (('Minting to the Official plat of the 1 4 |S| Spring* Commissioners LEGAL NOTICES. Hmith Hot Springs, as follows: Hegln nlng at tho southwest corner of said lot, tunning (hence Hlong the south boundary line 25 feet; thence north |iarallel with w est line of anld lot 43 fhet, more or less; there, west parallel with the south line to the west line of said lot; thence to the point of beginning at the southwest corner thereof, In Garland county, Ar ka nsas Terms of sale: On a credit of three months, the purchaser being required to execute a bond as required by law and the order and^decree of said court In said cause, with approved security, bearing Interest at the rale of ten per cent p**t annum from date of sale until paid and a lien being retained ori the premises sold to secure the payment of the pur chase money. Given under my hand this 7th day of May, A. D. 1912. It A WHITTINGTON, Commissioner In Chancery. COMMISSIONER'S SALE. Notice Is hereby given that In pursu ance of tin' authority and directions con tained In the decretal order of the Chan cery Court of Garland county, made and entered on the 26lh day of April, A D. 11112. In :i certain cause (No. 4911) then pending therein between H. J. 1’olhamlus, as executor of the last will and testament of M. I,. Polhainius, deceased, complain ant, and It. E. Price and Inca Harley Prloee, defendant, the undersigned, as Commissioner of said court, will offer for sale at public vendue to the highest bid der, at the northwest front door or en t ranee or the county courthouse, In which said court is held. In the county of Garland, within the hours prescribed by law for Judicial sales, on Wednesday, the 5th day of June. A. D. 1912, the fol lowing described real estate, to-wit: The southeast quartet* of the southwest quar ter of section 3. tow'nshlp 3, south range -i west, containing 40 acres, more or less; also part of ihe northeast quarter of the southwest quarter of section 3. township 3, south range 21 west, describ ed as follows commencing at the south east corner of the northeast quarter of the southwest quarter of said section, running west to Kelley creek, thence in a northerly direction with the bed of said Kelley creek, to (In- forks of Kelley creek and Hear Greek, thence in an easterly direction with the 2bed of the creek to the west line of the northwest quarter of the southeast quar ter of said section; thence south to tho place of beginning Gontnlnlng three acres, more or less, In Garland countv, Arkansas. Terms of sale: On a credit of three months, tho purchaser being required to execute a bond ns required by law and the order and decree of said court Hi said cause, with approved security, beat - ing Interest at the rati* of ten per cent per annum from date of sale until paid, ami a lien being retained on the prem Isessold to secure the payment of the purchase money. Given under my hand this 7th day of May, A. D. 1912. H. A. WHITTINGTON. Commissioner In Chancery WARNING ORDER. In the Garland Circuit Court. K. L. M11 Laps, Plaintiff, Against . * E.'3. Wetterstrom, Defendant. The defendant, K. j. Wetterstrom. Is warned to appear in this court within Ihirtv days and answer the complaint of the plaintiff. Giron under my hand and seal of said court on this Ith .lav of May, 131“ H. A WHITTINGTON Clerk. r r> », , By S' J- Erickson. Deputy. i.eo I Metjtughlin. Attorney ad litem POUND NOTICE. Received in city pound on May IS 191> one dark bay mare, right front foot yyhito, fore lop ,.t,t out. and white spot !n forehead. Wearing small boll. Will he said a( city pound on June I, 1912. at o clin k j. m. John Pemberton, Pound Master. WARNING ORDER. In the Garland Chancery Court. Meta Kiddie. Plaintiff, Against l.afc Riddle, Defendant. 'I In- defendant, IRiddle, Is warned to appear In this court within thirlv days and answer the complaint of the ’plalu Giron under my hand and seal of said curt on this 24th day of May, 1912 H A. WHITTINGTON.Clerk. R.v S'. J. Rrh kson. Deputy Clerk. I.eo IV Mcl-iughlin, Attorney ad litem. POUND NOTICE. Notice Is hereby given that T did take up and impound running at large In the ci!\ limits. May 20. the following stock: One H-vear-oId heifer, no marks; white sc ir on forehand, hind leg*, bush of (ail and brisket white. One white nanny goat arreslisl same time and place. Same will he sold to highest bidder Saturday. May HI, 1912. JOHN IT7M.RKRTON, Pound Master. NOTICE OF CALL OF SIXTH CON GRESSIONAL CONVENTION. Lonoke. Ark.. Mag 15, 1912. Notice Is hereby given that a meeting yv111 he held of the delegates of the va rtous counties of the Sixth Congression al district. In the stale democratic con vention hall at Little Rock. Arkansas, at 12 o'clock noon. June 5. 1912. Fitfft, for the purpose of declaring the result if the primary election. Second, for the election of a chairman «nd secretary of the district for the en suing two years Third, for such other business as may come befote said convention. THOMAS r TRIM HI,I’ JR., Chairman. MEYER 80LM8ON, Secretary. -I NOTICE OF SPECIAL MEETING OF STOCKHOLDERS. Notice Is hereby Riven Hurt a special meeting of the stockholders' of the Mem phis. IhiIIhs ,v tiulf Railroad Company, will l>e held at the office of the Com pany, In the City of Nashville, Arkansas, on the 29th day of June. 1912, at 11 o'clock a m , for the purpose of consider ing the following special business: il.» The ratification of the action ot the Board of Directors in acquiring the proportion, rights arid franchises of the following railroads, to-wit: The Antoine Valley Railroad, the I ltlmnthule, Arks dolphin A- Mississippi Hallway, tho Cad do a- Choctaw Railroad, and the A I,. Clark Lumber Company Railroad, known ns the Hot Springs, Hlenwood & Western Railwn y 12 i The authorisation of the taking of all other proceedings necessary to carry fully Into effect the foregoing. W. W. BROWN, President. Attest: J. W. BISHOP, Secretary. April 28th 1912. wkty-80-d COMMISSIONER S SALE. Notice Is hereby given, that in pursu ance of the authority ami directions c.ih tnlned In the den t il ordei of th ehuu cery court of Garland county, rode end entered on the ]8fh day of Mae, A 1). 1912 In it certain cause No. I:-S7) (lien pending therein between Bmp'iila i .sfln Allen, complainant, and T. J Prichard and J. C. Scwnll. incorporated. F. 11 OlmstMd. K. F Klein and Seward J. Erickson. Trustee, defendants, the under signed. as conimlss1or.gr of said court, will offer for .sale at public vendue to the highest bidder, at the northwest front door or entrance of the county court house. In which said court Is held, in the county of Garland, within tho hours prescribed by law for judicial sales, on Thm-*da>, the 20th day of June. A. 1>. 1912. the fnllowing described real estate, to-wit Pari of bit five <5> In block ninety (9b> of the Hot Bprings Rgwcrvntion a* 'mapped and platted by the Hot Springs fommlssionei-s. describ ed as follows: Ootninenolng at the south east corner of said lot five <3i in said block ninety <90» at the Intersection of Central avenue and Rmilb Border street; thence wo»t along the west a id,- of (haith Border Street and south title of lot five 16> 160 feet: thence to the mirth hound ary line of said lot five (6> at a point 150 •XXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXYXYXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXX* iBASEBALLi x * axxxaxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxXX xXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXX# AMERICAN Teams - Won. Lost Pot. Chicago .'. ....28 10 .722 Philadelphia . 15 18 .484 Boston . 18 18 .471 Washington . 10 18 .471 liet.roit . 16 18 .471 Cleveland . 14 17 .452 New York . 12 21 .381 St, Louis . 10 20 .333 New York 10, Washington 5. Nerw York made it four straight over Washington here today. Call well, who has lost six straight games, won his firBt game of the season Score by innings: R. H. K Washington ...010 004 000— 5 8 3 New York .100 204 03x—10 11 0 Batteries: Hughes and Henry; CAldwell and Sweeney. Philadelphia 12, Boston 6. Boston, May 27.— Philadelphia hit three Boston pitchers hard today and, aided by slow fielding by the locals, won easily, 12 to 6. Score by innings: It. H. 1? Boston .000 140 100— 8 8 1 Philaelphla ....113 012 004—12 17 1 Batteries: O’brlen, R. Collins, Be dient and C&rrigan, Nunamaker; Plank, Brown, Bender and Thomas. Others Postponed. St. Ixmis at Cleveland, rain. No other American league games scheduled. SOUTHERN Teams— Won. Lost Pet. Birmingham . 25 18 .CIO Chattanooga . 20 10 .55.3 Memphis . 21 18 .538 Mobile . 22 20 . 535 Atlanta ,.. 19 18 .514 Montgomery . 20 22 .470 'New Orleans . 14 21 .400 •Nashville . 14 23 .378 Montgomery 9. Memphis 3. Memphis, May 27.—Hopper was in i effective, his support was listless and Montgomery piled up a total of 15 lilts for 26 bases, and won from Memphis today. 9 to 3. Score by innings: R. ii. E Montgomery ....100 203 021—9 15 0 Memphis .120 000 000—3 11 0 Batteries: Rudalmugh and Grib bens; Hopper and Seabaugh. No Other Games. No other Southern league games; min. UNITED STATES LEAGUE Reading 8, Pittsburg (!. Richmond 7, Cincinnati 3. Only two games today. TEXAS LEAGUE Dallas 13, Beaumont 1. Austin 3, Galveston f>. Waco 1, San Antonio 6. Fort Worth 3, Houston 3. PLANTS, SHRUBBERY, ROSES. All kinds of bedding plants, roses, shrubbery, etc. for sale at Johnson Floral Co.’s grebn houses, end of Park avenue car line. For information phone «1K. 2 rings. 2-27-1 m LEGAL NOTICES. feel wesl from the west line of Central avenue; thenue east along said north line of said lot five (5>, 150 feet to the west line of Central avenue, thence southeast along the line of said lot five (5) and Central avenue, 105 feet to the place of beginning. In Garland county, Arkansas. Ter ms of sale: On a credit of three months, the purchaser being required to execute a bond as required by law and the order and decree of said court in said cause, with approved security, bearing in terest at the rate of K per rent per an num from date of sale until paid, and a lien being retained on the premises sold to secure the payment of the purchase money. Given undsr my hand this 23d dav of May, A. D. 1»12. H. A WHITTINGTON. Commissioner In Chancery. WARNING ORDER. In the Garland Chancery Court. M. H. Jodd and W. S. Sorrells, Plaintiffs, Against J. C. Sewell. Mars Sewell. J C. Sewell. Incorporated, AVernlmont, Defendants. The defendant*. J C Sewell. Mary Se well, J C. Sewell Incorporated, and llonry O. VVernlmont are warm'd to appear in this court within thirty days and answer the complaint of the plaintiffs. Given under my hand and seal of said court on this 26th day of May. 1912. H A. WHITTINGTON. Clerk. By 8 J Erickson, Deputy, Clerk. H-, H Wootten, Attorney ad litem. By Order of the Garland Chancery Court. WARNING ORDER. In the Garland Justice Court, before Judge Tom Gladson, Justice of the Pence. J. P. Hickey, Plaintiff. Against (’. AV. Rich, defendant; J. 1’. Rolil, Garnishee. The defendant, C. W. Rich, is tvaj-n ed to appear in this court within JO days and answer the complaint of the plaintiff, J. P. Hickey. Dated this 25th day of May. 1912. TOM GLADSON, Justice of the Peace. A. J Murphy. Attorney ad litem. DEMOCRATIC TICKET. Election Monday. September 9. For Representative Harry Weatcott and I. E. Sawyer. State Senate—J .N. Wasson. Circuit Judge—<1. T. Cotlmm proseouting Attorney Glpp Witt Sheriff—R. 1.. Williams Countv Collector—E. r. Houiley. Circuit Clerk.Abe 8ullenberg»-r. County Clerk—Charles It. Davis Treasurer—Jessie Murphy. County Jiulgi Robert Mooney. Coroner -Dr. J p. Randolph. Assessor—Frank Row le*. CnhstAble—Joy fjuikford. POLITICAL ANNOUNCEMENTS. FOR 9HEFIFF. The Scnllnel-lterorrt Is nuthnrilted to announce D 1. Wearer ns a candidate fu sheriff of Garland county, subject to thr Will of the people NATIONAL Teams— Won. Lost Pet. New York . 25 6 .806 Cincinnati . 23 13 .639 Pittsburg . 16 16 •61I> I Chicago . . 16 17 .48» St. I»tiis . 1< 21 .117 | Philadelphia . 13 17 .133 Boston . 13 22 .389 Brooklyn . 3 21 .300 Chicago 4, Cincinnati 1. Chicago, May 27. Real bach held Cincinnati to three hits today and Chi cago won the opening game of the se ries. 1 to 1. Cincinnati ifeored Its only run in the eighth when Phelan drove the ball into the right field stands for a home run. The visitors were unable to get a hit until the seventh. Score by innings: R. H. K Chciago.001 110 Olx 1 9 0 Cincinnati .000 000 010—1 2 2 Batteries. Reulbach and Needham; Frotmne and McLean. New York 6, Brooklyn 2. Brooklyn, May 27.—New York made six hits and six runs here today, bea. ing Brooklyn, who made 12 hits and two runs. The Brooklyn pitchers gave ten bases on balls. Score by innings: R. H. E New Yor k.200 220 000—6 6 0 Brooklyn .OOO 002 000—2 12 4 Batteries: Ames and Myers; Knet zer, Barger and Phelps. Philadelphia 5-0, Boston 4-3. Philadelphia. May 27.- Boston broke even with Philadelphia here today. The home team won the first game. 5 to 1. by bunching tboir hits -with (lie visitors' battery and fielding er rors in the second Inning, and by Lautderus’ home run. Boston won tile second game hv 3 to it. In this game, Brown held the homo team to one hit and no passes for seven innings, tie became wild in the eighth and Per due went to his rescue in time. First (lame: H. H. E Boston .010 000 210—4 9 2 Philadelphia _040 000 l()x—6 6 1 Batteries: Tyler, Hogg, Donnelly and Kling; Brennan and Dooln. Second Game; R. H. E Boston .ooo 300 000—3 6 2 Philadelphia _000 ooo ooo—0 2 1 Battories: Brown, Perdue anil Gow dly; Curtis, Alexander and mAoi and Dooin, W St. Louis 6, Pittsburg 3. Pittsburg, May 27.—St. TjOiiIs do feated Pittsburg today, t! to 3. Both teams changed pitchers early in the game an l after the third inning the spectators saw a pitchers' battle be tween Steele and Robinson. Score by Innings: H H. K Pittsburg .210 000 000—3 10 1 St. Louis .i>24 000 000 ti 7 I Batteries: Adams, Robinson and Kelly; Willis, Steeie and Bresnahan. AMERICAN ASSN. Ixiuisvllle 2, Toledo 5. St. Paul 3. Kansas City 5. Minneapolis 5, Milwaukee I. Columbus 3. Indianapolis li. COTTON STATES Yazoo City 7, Greenwood fi. Meridian 3, .lackson 2. Vicksburg 17, Hattiesburg 15. OKLAHOMA LEAGUE MeAlester 2. Muskogee 1. TulHa 7. Oklahoma City 4. Anadarko 8, Guthrie I. Okmulgee 4. Holdenville 2. BASEBALL RESULTS. Reports of the big league games by innings will be posted at the Indiana club bar every day. C-ail and see the results as the games progress. 4-13-tf NEW LEAGUE S TROUBLES. New York and Chicago Teams Fail to Flay Game. New York, May 27.- The scheduled same between New York and Chica go in the new United Stales league, was not played and it appeared to night as though the local club would drop out of the league. According to William Meson, pro prietor of the Chicago club, lfi of bis players were on the Bronx ova! at the scheduled hour, hut. few of the New >ork players appeared, and there being few spectators the club finally left the held. According to other versions, the New York play ers were on hand, but the Chi - ago men refused to play and wont hack to Mr. Meson's hotel, demanding funds. It Is also said that, a number of players left the club. Represents Ives of the New York club admit ted there was little likelihood of fur ther games here. 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Kavanaugh of the South ern league took Hie Nashville base ball tranchise out of the hands of ihe local company today atul turned it over to Dau McGuigan, who is wide ly known on account of Ids athletic connections wiih VanJerbile univer sity. The transfer of the franchise came as a blow to the present own ers, who had hoped in some way to continue to oporate the club. The transfer of the franchise means that tlie old management is enticed.' out, and that McGuigan will have ten tire control until he organizes a u|ew company, which he intends to do with in the next few .lays, if possible. 1 A long distance call from Kaiva mtugh at Little Rock was ihe farse news that McGuigan had of the [fro posed transaction. He iiad to arclepi or refuse before noon today or fthe franchise would have been takepLfikm Nashville and probably placed In'TV'-' tie Rock. tin a statement issued tiiis after noon, McGuigan said: “There are three things I Intend do ing. I will play liasehuil here, ac cording to schedule, except Sun lays. I will do nothing in the face of the law-. In the near future i hope to or ganize a new conijiany and take out a eharler of incorporation. Further more. the present owners will have nothing to do with the management. They are out of it altogether.” Nashville and New Orleans will play here tomorrow afternoon. Outfielder •lames of Brooklyn reported to the Nashville club today and will replace Starch in left field. SIGN GIANT PITCHER. __ ) New York, May 27.—Carl Thornp- , son, of the University of Georgia, six feel one Inch in his stocking feet, and H holding a strike-out record of 22 out of 27 men at. bat in a regular nine inning game, lias been added (o the pitching staff of the New York Amer leans, It was announced today, lie will report In a few days. ANNOUNCEMENT. ' k The Aetna Life Insurance Company, <>f Hartford. Conn., writes the safest and most liberal policies offered i.y any of the old line companies. Also all forms of personal accident, health and disability insurance. Ask for th - new automobile combination policy, the only one on the market, t.'aii, write or phono me for an Interview. Room till Dugan-Sluart Bldg. Phono No. 5. AI.UK BELL WADLEY, Agent. 6-21-1 w. HEAVY WEIGHT BUGS Heavy and light, weight bugs all die I lie moment, you use Ross’ “Dead 3uick" Spray on them No chicken lice, mites, ants, bedbugs, fleas, pots o nor cabbage bugs left alive when it is used. It. does not stain or soil. Sold in Hot Springs by grocers and iruggists. STATE MAY ENFORCE LAW. Conditions at San Diego May Warrant Martial Law. Han Diego, Cal., May 2?.—Attorney •eneral Webb stated today he had old police authorities at San Diego hat If they were incapable of hand ing the Industrial Workers of the World situation it would be neces ary for the state to take charge I’he only way for the commonwealth 0 assume control, he said, was hmugh martial law. Much interest was manifested in ay in the prospective return of -mm»j Holdman amt her manager, 'r Benjamin Reltroun. Men alleg'd 1 he members of the so-called vigilantes" declared they would re pl'e summary treatment if th1” une back.