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SERVICE TO MEMPHIS S Trains Leave Hot Springs v Arrive Little Rock - 1:00 P.M 3:05 P.M. - 7:45 P.M 1 At. Chicago 10:40 A.M. At. Kansas City 10:25 A.M. At. Denver .second Momma) 7:50 A. M. | Arrive Memphis «: Through Sleepers to Chicago and Denver — Dining Car and Parlor Car and Elegant Day Coaches all the way. £ PHONE 141 ! W. M. Anderson, C. P. A. % £ xxxxxxx Ba$cbail==Sports NATIONAL Teams— I New York .. i Pittsburg ... \ i'lhicago _ ! 'Cincinnati iPhiladalphia i Brooklyn .., 8t. Louis ... Boston ....... Won. Lost Pet. 43 11 .796 31 22 .685 29 22 .569 31 27 .534 12 28 .429 21 31 .404 24 36 .400 18 41 .281 Pittsburg 2; Cincinnati 1. Pittsburg. June 22—Pittsburg de feated Cincinnati today 2 to 1. Score by innings: R. H. K. Pittsburg . 000 100 100—2 6 1 (Cincinnati . 001 000 000—1 4 1 Batteries: Camnttz and Gibson; Suggs and Clark. Brooklyn 9; Philadelphia 8. Brooklyn, June 22.—The biggest crowd in many days saw Brooklyn defeat Philadelphia in an exciting ten inning game today 9 to 8. The visitors led .by a run when Brooklyn went to bat in the ninth and tied it up on wild throws by Downey and Dooin and Wheat's hit. The winning run was scored by Kent on his single, Moran's bunt and Downey’s second wild tlhrow. Score by innings: R. H. K. Philadelphia 000 701 000 0—8 8 5 Brooklyn ... 024 Dpi 001 1—9 12 5 Batteries: Brennan, Schultz and Killifer;, Dooin; Stack Yingling, 'Ragon, Kent, Miller and Erwin. New York 17-14; Boston 5-12. Boston, June 22.—New York won two more heavy hitting, high score games from the locals today, cleaning up the series of five games. The scores today were 17 to 5 tnd 14 to 12. All of the eight pitchers who pitched in the two games were ftiit nard except Donnelly, who finished for Boston in the second. Score by innings: R. H. E. /New York_ 203 000 1002—17 22 4 Boston . 100 010 030 —5 12- 4 Batteries: Tyler, Donnelly and Rarl den; Crandall Wiltse, Ames and Meyers. Second Game: R. H. E Boston .001 023 402—12 19 3 New York .002 123 321—14 14 3 Batteries: Tyler. Donnelly and Rari den; Crandall, Wiltse, Ames ami Mey ers. Chicago 10; St. Louis 2. S|. Louis, dun<4 22.—Chicago hit pitchers hard today and won from St. Louis 10 to 2. The score: Score by innings: R. H. E. Chicago . 300 601 000—10 16 0 St. Louis . 001 000 001—2 8 1 Batteries Cheney, and Archer; Har mon, Steele, Dale and Wingo. AMERICAN Teams— Won. Lost. Pet. Bo«ton . 40 Chicago . 36 (Washington . 36 (Philadelphia .......... 32 Cleveland . 26 Detroit .. 28 New York.. 17 St. Louis . 16 19 24 25 24 30 33 36 40 .678 .600 .590 .571 .464 .459 .321 .286 Chicago 8; St. Louis 1. ^Chicago, June 22.—Shotter of the St. Louis Americans saved bis team a shut out by hitting a home run today. Chicago won 8 to 1 and by1 driving Powell from the box. took revenge for Uhe defeat he adminisered to them earlier In the series. Score by innings : R. H. E. St. Louis ....... 000 001 000—1 6 2 Chicago . 204 200 000—8 11 0 Batteries Powell. Brown and Steph ens; Benz and Kuhn. Boston 10-13; New York 3-2. New York, June 22—'Boston made it five straight over New York here today taking both sections of a double header. McConnell was hammered all over the ilot in the first game, while Warhop’s wildness was his undoing in the second. Both Hall and Collins pitched well for Boston. A pheno menal catch by Wagner in the first game was the feature. First game. R. H. E Boston .034 033 000—13 15 1 New York . 010 100 000—2 7 2 Batteries: Wood and Cady; McCon nell, Thompson, Sweeney and Street. Second game: R. H. E Boston _ 101 030 122—10 9 1 New York. 100 020 000—3 9 2 Batteries: Collins and Carrigan; Warhop, Quinn and Street. Washington 12; Philadelphia 4. Philadelphia, dune 22.—Washington I won today’s game (here by 12 to 4. The contest was settled in the sixth when four hits three passes and three errors netted the visitors seven runs. Score by innings: R. H. E. Washington ... 000 127 020—12 10 3 Philadelphia . . 011 010 001—4 7 4 Batteries: Hughes, Mtisser and (Henry; Coombs, Pennock and Lapp. Cleveland 11; Detroit 3. (Detroit, June 22.—Cleveland knock ed Dubuc out of the box in six In nings and beat (Detroit 11 to 3. Krapp was effective. Score by innings: R. H. E. |Det)rolt . 010 001 001—3 8 3 Cleveland . 110 005 220—11 14 3 Batteries: Dubuc, W'tliett and Stan age; Kocher, Krapp and Oneil. Sentinel-ftecord Want Ads will get results. SOUTHERN Teams — (Birmingham 40 Memphis . 35 New Orleans .. 29 Chattanooga, j... so Mobile . 34 Montgomery . 31 Atlanta . 26 VNashvll'le . 24 Won. I^ost Pet. 23 30 27 30 34 32 30 37 .635 .538 .518 .50<> .500 .492 .464 .393 Montgomery 4.8; Mobile 0-2. Montgomery, June 22.—Montgoine-y took both ends of a double-header to day from Mobile, the first by a score of 4 to 0 and the second 8 to 2. By agreement both games were limited t j seven innings. Paige and Johns were both effe: tive while the home team batted at opoprtune times In the first game and landed hard on Cavet in the second. Johns got a home run. First Game: R. H. E Mobile .000 000 0—0 8 0 Montgomery .130 000 x—4 6 1 Berger and Vanqe; Paige and Mc Allister. Second game: R. H. E. Mobile .001 001 0— 2 8 0 Montgomery .300 320 x—8 14 1 Cavet and Vance; Johns and Me Alllster. Nashville 7; Memphis 3. Nashville. June 22.—Heavy hitting at opportune times won the game for the home team from Memphis here today by the score of 7 to 3. Parson was touched 13 times by Nashville, while Fleharty yielded but six hits. A one-hand catch by Young in right field was the feature in this department. Elliott made four hits out of as many times up. No umpire showed up so Case and Ferguson did the indicator work. Score by innings: R. H. M. Memphis .020 000 100—3 6 1 Nashville .500 011 OOx—7 13 0 Parsons and Seabaugh; Fleharty and Elliott. Birmingham 10; New Orleans 2. Birmingham, June 22.—'Birmingham hatted Fritz to all corners and scored an easy victory, 10 to 2. Thirteen hits went for a total of 21 bases while Prough settled down after the first four innings and did not allow New Orleans a hit. In the fourth inning Messenger made a home run wi*h Marcan on base, while J. Johnston repeated the feat just after Messen ger. Messenger and Johnston start ed at the hat, the former scoring four runs, hit three singles and while Johnston secured two singles, a home run and a sacrifice hit in five times at bat. Score by innings: R. H. E. Birmingham ...203 310 Olx—10 13 3 New Orleans . 010 100 000 —2 5 1 Prough and Yantz; Fritz and Haigh Nagelson. Chattanooga 6-7; Atlanta 2-4. Chattanooga. June 22.—Chattanooga batted two Atlanta pitchers hard aud timely today and won both games of a double-header. Oovaleskie was giv en sensational support in the first SENATOR KENYON Senator W S. Kenyon, of Iowa, headed the Gumming delegation in the republican national convention. game. Hannah made a one-hand catch of a line drive, doubling a run ner off first and would have had a runner off first and wonld have had a double play at second had not Sen tell dropped the throw. Atlanta bat ted Ware out of the box in the second Inning of the second game, but the locals immediately overcame the three run lead. First game: R. H. E. Atlanta .200 000 000—2 5 1 Chattanooga _320 001 OOx—6 » 3 Atkins and Donahue-; Covaleskle and Noyes. Second game: R. H. K. Atlanta .210 000 001—4 10 0 Chattanooga _030 300 Olx—7 11 0 Bhad.v and Graham; Ware, Chap pelle and Noyes. TEXAS LEAGUE Austin 2; Galveston 1. Dallas 2; Beaumont 1. Waco 2; San Antonio 3. (eleven in nings.) • Fort Worth 6; Houston 1. COTTON STATES Meridian 3; Jackson 2. Vicksburg 8; Yazoo City 1. Greenwood 7; Columbus 9. BASEBALL RESULTS. Reports of the big league games by innings -will be posted at the Indiana club bar every day. Call and see the results as the games progress. 4-13-tf Sensational SHOE SALE One Week Of Bargains Parker Shoe Co. 612 CENTRAL AVENUE. -TWO WINNERS Albatross Flour Alameda Coffee Both took first prize at State fair for the past four years. Ask your grocers for these brands and take no other. L. O. COOPER. Distributor. SPECIAL FOR HOM£ PATRON*. Monthly club rates for cloths* pressing, $1.00 per month in advance. Limit 6 suits. High-grade up-to-the tlme French Dry Cleaning. Lsultea work a specialty. Try our new "term Preaelng machine*, they rales the knapp and maka ail gar ment* look treah and new. Open Day and Night. K. C. Tailors and Cleaners Milton J. Robtnaon. 230 Central Avenue. Phone 1SS2 MRS. REES Modiste Flrta Ctae* Work Done. Only Flrat Claes Work Solicited. SHOP CLOSED ON SATURDAY 1115 Central Ave. The Greatest Sacrifice Sale of Improved and Unim proved Real Estate in the City of Hot Springs We have the exclusive sale of the following city Real Estate belonging to the Valley Plaining Mill Company. This prop erty was acquired by this company in the regular course of business and taken in under leins and mortgages at greatly re duced prices. Look it over carefully. It from the description you see what you want we can make them suit you. This Property Must Be Sold No. 15 Henderson Avenue—Lot 50 x 150 to an alley. A mod ern eight room residence plastered, a bath room up stairs and lav atory down stairs, electric lights with fine fixtures, a beautiful mantel in the parlor, closets in the four bed rooms, furnace heat, sewerage and gas just one-half block from car line in perfect neighborhood; large barn which can be used as a garage, bruit trees in the yard and fine maple shade trees along the. front and s:de of the house. North and east front. This is one of the best built houses in the city. Just the place to raise, children, within two blocks of Oaklawn school house. The house could not be re built today for less than $5,000 and it is practically new. Price $5,000. No. 45 Henderson Avenue—Lot 50 x 150, a five room cottage and bath room; barn on the alley; city water, the natural gas main at the curb line, and electric lights can be connected from the main line in front of the property. This house is as good as new, having been painted and papered throughout, the cost ot improvements was over $300. This is in ideal small home for a man of limited means. The neighborhood is fine, there being no negroes or objectionable characters anywhere around it lhe houite and improvements could not be replaced for $1200. v\e are anxious to sell and will take $1100 for this property on terms of $100 down and $15 per month. No 53 Henderson Avenue—Lot 75 x 150, a nice modern four room cottage with large hall same as a room, back and front porch Good barn and chicken house, fine garden with grape vines and orchard. Has electric lights and city water. Gas laid in front of house and a connection can be made. This property is right in front of the Oaklawn school house. This is a fine location and the price is right. We will paint and repair for $1400 or will take $1250 just as it stands. Terms to suit the purchaser. Lot 150 x 210, two blocks from Central Avenue, just off St. Loius Avenue, known as the Jim Ledgerwood place, with an eight room house. This property would make an ideal home for a fam ily who likes city and country life combined. There is enough ground, if properly utilized, to make five lots 50 x 150, which should be worth $300 each. The property is high, being way above the level of the city proper. Has a fine well of water. The, house could not be rebuilt for what we are asking for the whole place and we can make terms so easy that a man can purchase it almost as cheap as paying rent. Our price is $2000. East and Slate St.—Lot 50 x 155, with three room house in good shape. This property is just across from the Gorge Addi tion on Benton road; in good white neighborhood for a working inan, it is a very cheap. You can own it cheaper than you can pay rent. Price $550. East and Slate St, adjoining one mentioned above, with three room house, at the same price, $550, on good liberal terms. Corner Grove and Wall Sts.—Lot 39 x 55 x 155, in W. A. Moore. Sub-Division of lot 3, block 21. A modern five room house that could not be erected for $1200. This is a magnificent house and lot and is a bargain at the price we are asking of $1200. Has a fine vrell on the property. Don’t fail to see this property. Grove St, adjoining the above property—three room house in good repair, this adjoining the Choctaw Addition and is a good investment. Will sell this property for $600 on terms of $50 down balance $10 per month. Curve St, just off Prospect Avenue, on driveway leading to West Mountain—one four room house and one three room house that rents for $4 per month. This property is not in the best of repair but can be made a nice place. We will sell this property for $700 on your own terms. Curve St, adjoining the property above mentioned, on which is a good six room house that could not be built for $1000. This is in a good neighborhood. We can sell you this property for $950 on easy terms. Lot 50 x 125, with Government teservation be hind and a street. You c&n’t make a mistake. Two lots on Grand Avenue, just two blocks l>om Central Avenue west—65 x 120 to street grade, absolutely level, adjoin mg Pasteurized Milk Co. This is one of the finest building lots in the city. Price of lots $2000 each. Lot on Park Hill, terraced, with basement excavated, next to Harper’s residence, 55 x 150 to another street. One of the finest and choicest building lots in the city. This lot cost $1700 origi nally and $500 was spent on terrace. We will sell this lot at cost and interest and taxes have been paid five years. Don’t overlook this lot as it is a real bargain. We own outright West End Highland Addition with concrete sidewalks already laid. This is one of the best additions where lots can be bought cheap in the city. The view from this addition which is very high is magnificent. City water on the property and already for building purposes. There are four or five nice residences on this property. It is located at the end of Grand Avenue. Lots range in price from $150 to $250. We will make very liberal terms. Look this list over carefully and bring it with you. We will take pleasure in showing you any and all of them. This Property Must be Sold, so Don’t Overlook These Bargains BELDING & STALLCUP 621 central avenue E M COHEN, Manager Real Estate Department. "THE OFFICE WITH THE WHITE FRONT"