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LITTLE ROCK vs. HOT SPRINGS
UNITED ALL STARS WHITTINGTON PARK Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Aug, 26th, 27th, 28th Game Called 3:30 p. m. Sharp. Come out and See a Real Ball Game and Boost Hot Springs New Club | XXXXXXX) Let Us Clean Your Furs i This Fall < < < J Before your Furs are worn this < Fall—send them to ua and lei as < clean them. £ Our skilled workmen will clean < them thoroughly without Injur < Ing the fura in the least. 'Ilhev ^ will be made thoroughly clean < and fresh; all possible danger of < moths will be removed, and the 5 appearance of the furs will be < improved In u large degree. < There will be no better tlmo £ than right now to have the work < doife. Telephone for our wagon. < < < xxxxxxxxXxxxxxx>xxxxx*x X X CLEANSING CO. s X Phone -• - 585 * "We charge a trifle more but 5 it's worth it.1’ X X WANTED — Permanent board and room in private family for man and wife. Must be nice locality .State price. N. N. N., Sentinel-Record. 8-2f> :st DRESS FORMS. Mrs. Armstrong will begin her last Class for this year Monday, Aug. IS. Parties desiring her dress forms, call 201 Cedar St., or phone 1892. 8-20 lw Sentinel Record Classified Advents ing will bring results. ‘ft ft*ft4*ftft 'ftft*ft«*t MARKET NEWS CHICAGO GRAIN MARKET. Chicago, Aug. 24—Outlook lor larger arrivals of northwest wheat dulled the edge of today's market, which at tllie start showed a fair advance. The close was steady at l-8c from the bot tom, although still at a gain of >4&/ f»e over final prices yesterday. Corn varied at the close from l-8c lower to 3-8c higher. Oats finished a shade down to I He up and provisions at the last were unchanged to 5e higher. Strong foreign markets due to prev alence of had weather abroad gave an early upturn to .wheat. Grains were moderate in all deliveries and values were steady on tlhe tipper levels un til the demand subsided. Prices then fell away, Influenced by expectation of increased crop movement. Export business was not large. NEW YORK COTTON. New York. Aug. 24.—The cotton market was very quiet today and fluc tuations were narrow with the close steady net 1 lvoint .higher to 1 point j lower. The opening was steady at an ' advance or 2(i/jl points in sympathy with higher Liverpool cables but the market quickly easts! off under a lit tle southern selling or local pressure | Reports of favorable weather over, tlie greater part of the belt, numerous 1 •private advices indicating good pro- 1 gross for the new crop and large estl-, mates of European activities all fig-' uied in the arguments of sellers, hut i offerings were very well taken at the ! decline and the market later steadied tip on covering for over the week end on trade buying. WEEKl.Y COTTON REVIEW. New Orleans. Aug. 24 This was a week of nervous and narrow fluctu ations in the cotton market. The nei change was a decline of 1 @2 points. The high prices were rnnile on Tues day and the low prices on Monday M the highest the trading months w ere 1 Kb 15 points over last week’s close: al the lowest they were KKu 14 points under. The range was 27 to 2ft points. Neither side attempted op erations on a large scale ilils week, chiefly because of uncertainty over the approaching September report on ►. ■». ■». J. A ■«. ■»- .» Special Service For Summer Travel Tourists to the West, Northwest, North or Not hens t , will 1'md unexcelled through Pullman Sleeping Car Service VIA THE Iron Mountain Route The Comfortable Way to Coolness The Highway to the Heights Daily through sleeping car service from Little Hock, Fort Smith and Coffeyville to PUEBLO, COLORADO SPRINGS and DENVER—three daily through sleeping cars from Little Rock (two from Texarka na) to CHICAGO via St. Louis and (’. it A. R. it.—Splendid train service to ST. LOUIS and KANSAN CITY, with direct connections to all points North, East and West. If you have not definitely decided "wh ti> ♦" Ko," get a copy of our booklet. “Vacation ... Suggestions.'* For reservations or any Information see GEO. W. HOUSLEY, Agent, or write direct to J. G. HOLLENBECK. Ass t Gen'l Pass. Agent, Little Rock, Ark. * s t X : m The only genuine Keel, v InsMult In jlrlfun.'-' eelev por liquor and DRUG USING. tire 702 Park Avenue, rtor SPRINGS, ARK. • Mir Mllrnla h*va thw ■ilninliia of ib« H>-l Mitring* lutifi* Curi-»<.iiuuiJM»M ,.>■ Brian t lal INVESTIGATION SOUCITBO T elrphon* ’.-ft On, J. C. WMITACHl, MANAOBft • lie condition of the growing crop. Thore was also considerable uncer tainly over the effect of prevailing weather conditions. Trades were on a scalping 'basis for the most. part. Both longs and shorts lightened their loads toward the end of the week. Bears called ttie weather of ttie week favorable, but the bulls made strong claims concerning tlhe effect of droughty conditions in the south ern counties of Texas and claimed that considerable deterioration had taken place. One private bureau went so far as to place the deterioration in Texas for the month at 7 points. This took into account the improvement in cen tral and northern Texas as the result of timely rains. In the eastern belt sunshine, broken by scattered show ers,’was considered favorable to the development of the cron The movement of the new crop in creased in Texas and Mississippi mar keted its first bale of tfie new crop. Offerings of new crop cotton increased and spot people reported a weak basis. On more ilian one day of the week re ceipts at large marketing points in Texas approximated those of a year ago. Telegrams from spot houses in South Texas said that farmers were not inclined to hold, and were selling as fast as they picked. in the local spot market prices lost T-8c, middling closing at 11 ll-1Gc, against ll 13-10c Iasi week, and 12 l-8e this week last year. Sales on the spot amounted to 34k bales against 436 last week and 465 this week last year; no sales to ar rive were rejiortcd. NOYES FUNERAL. Washington Newspaper Man Buried With Honors. Washington, Aug. 26.—Funeral ser vices of Thomas C. Noyes president of the Washington baseball team, and editor of the Washington Star, who died here Wednesday, took place to day at the Church of the. Incarnation OdpiscopaD. Members of Masonic 'bodies, with which Mr. Noyes had been affiliated, participated in the funeral rites, which also were attend e.l by large delegations representing the civic and business associations, with which lie had been identified. President Han If. Johnson of the American league, other baseball mag nates and players of tile Washington anil Detroit teams, also attended. Hymns were sung by Die Gridiron club quartette. The body carriers and honorary pall bearers were chosen from the Grid Iron club, the National Press club, Mr. Noyes' assistants on the Star and from former business and fraternal associates. BILLION DOLLAR CONGRESS. Washington, Aug. 24. Official fig ures on the total appropriation of this session of congress will not be available until tomorrow, but it is like, l.v the aggregate will approximate one billion dollars. The session falls two months short of the record breaking duration of the first session of the fiftieth congress, when tit,. Mills tariff bill was consid end. iOii the average, this session has broken the record in the number ot days per week and the hours per day in whlcfe the house has been in ses sion. The spoken proceedings in the house aggregate 25.000,000 words, breaking the record by about 5,000,000 SEIZE RIFLE SHIPMENT. Kingston, Jamaica, Aug. 24.—A ship ment of rifles, believed to have been intended for Haiti, was seized today by the customs authorities here on board the British schooner Bartholdi, whiiili was clearing for a gulf port. Considerable activity prevails among the Haitien exiles here, indicating tha. an attempt probably will be made by followers of Antoine Simon to foster a revolution. LABOR TROUBLE SETTLED. Chicago, Aug. 24. After union lead ers and company officers of the two surface car systems tonight had reach. e.l a compromise agreement on a new wage scale, the joint committee of the carmen refused to accept It. Ar rangements then were made for a re news! of conferences. PILES CURED AT HOME BY YEW ABSORPTION METHOD. If you wiffer from btaMtaf, Itching. Mlml or prof rmlnig I’ll***, semi mi* your hiUIivm*. I will i«*ll you how to cure yourself ui 1 *h»h' aiHMtrptloti treatment ; ami ttlH also M*ml wwne ui tUI* home treatm<nii free for I rial, with referettee* fr»*iu yo&r l«M'allfy If reqtw'nted. Immtiliiiit* re lh*f «mi iMrnntiiettt cure Semi ®u mm.fj hut tell other- of this t*|fer Write t*«ti«> hi Mix M. Summer*. lie* |\ South weml, I ml, NN W n:i Two or thrift fin til^!um| for U|»hl houii*kf«plnfi. float* I i*» Audi ****.-» mHo*4,** car# St'Ut iiu»l j Ktnord it CONGRESS IS DEADLOCKED CONTINU ft D FROM PAGE ONE made to take the president on a spe cial train. Clark’s Valedictory. Speaker Clark today, delivering the valedictory of the democratic house of the sixty-second congress, asserted that historians would declare with ab solute truth that the house democrats of due sixty-first and sixty-second con gresses “did great things" and “have” made a sweeping democratic victory approximately certain, a victory that will give us the house, the senate and the president.” Dramatically addressing his col leagues while the clock across the house chamber was slowly moving to ward the final adjournment lime, the speaker itt a tribute to leaders of both parties, declared that no majority was ever more successfully led than by Representative Underwood nor any minority ever led more ably than by Representative Mann “Leader Mann," said be, "has Con tested with Leader Underwood every Step of the Ions; and wearisome road we have traveled with the stubborn courage of the English squares at Waterloo. I have not always agreed with Brother Mann—God forbid —but he lives up fully to his name. He is in very truth a man. Were it not for him, I would feel decidedly lone some in the speaker's chair.” As speaker as “Jean of the faculty, so to speak." Mr. Clark said, he fel: very proud of the membership of the house, and he declared his belief that democrats should sit in the seats of the mighty, hold every colgne of van tage and every place of power Speaker Clark said that for years the democrats had been sneered at "as a party of negation, green hands in formulating and conducting public business, ridiculed as a mob, a rab ble, without coherence or discipline as militia fighting regulars, and ev>n the exact date on whklh we would dis solve into warring factions and go to pieces was set down in type.” "But" be added, "the democrats have fought and won like veterans and constitute as thoroughly a disciplined force as ever appeared in the house or any other parliamentary body since par liamentary 'bodies were instituted among men, mustered our full s.rength on every important proposi tion and passed two great tariff bills over (ho president’s veto, the first instance of the kind in the history of the republic." They liad fought a good light, and kept the faith, he said. 'Mr, Clark said that “so long as the earth spins upon its axis or slides down the ecliptic,” public men who would escape the people's wrath w'ould take to heart the simple and instruct ive story of the astounding change in the political situation "since that melandholy day in November, 1909, when we were so completely flattened out.’ "The lesson, in brief, he said, was that the republicans, in order to get in promised to revise the tariff down, bill, being in, they proceeded to revise it tip. i ne speaker expressed thanks, and the gratitude of the country, to “the brave, wise and patriotic republicans who co-operated with us in passing good bills. The secret of our marvel ous success,” he said, “is simple unity of thought, purpose and action, frequent counsel together, a spirit of mutual conciliation, strict adherence to principle, with utmost latitude In non-essentials, subordination of indi 'idnal desire, to the general party g°od. sacrifice of personal ambitions in the earnest, honest, patriotic en deavor to serve the whole people with whatever of capacity God has blessed us. ■ “We have won many victories,” he said “but what is iietter, we have formed the habit of victory.” He sug gested that Koscoe Conkling’s declara tion that General Grant's fame was earned not alone by things written 'but by tthe arduous greatness of things done, “fits our uase like a glove.” "What the democratic house accom 1 llshed. so far as it could for the ame lioration or conditions,’* said he, “thwarted as it 1ms been by a repub lican president, is only an earnest of what we will do when we come into full possession or the three branches of government. 'President Taft vetoed most of our hills of a remedial char after, a prerogative unwisely e*»u fist'd He made his record, we made ours. On these records we appeal to the country with absolute confidence that allien the polls close in November we will have elected a democratic house and senate, Gov Woodrow Wil son to the presidency and Gov. Mar shall to idle vice presidency eon summations devoutly to be wished, which we believe and hope will prove of inestimable and enduring benefit to the entire American people, of whatever persuasion religious or po litical.” • One of the most common ailments that hard working people are afflicted with is lame back, Apply Chamber sage the parts thoroughly at each application and you will get quick re lief. For sale by all dealers. Thousands and thousands of yards of Red Seal and Toile l)u Noid ging hams are ready for school dresses. We are the first with big woolen dress goods stock for the fall season. Wood cock & 1-awson Drv Goods Company. 8-24 2t T. P. FARMER LAWYER Office, Bank Corner Cigar Store Building. Public Stenographer anil Notary Pub lic in office. Phone No. 1811 xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx s Cime Cables I X X xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx iRCN MOUNTAIN TIME CARD. Trains Arrive. No. 893—from local points bet worn Benton and Hot Springs on local freight train (daily except Sunday). 7:15 a. in. No. 17—From St. Louis. Chicago, Kan sas City, Memphis. Little Book, Texas and California, 10:65 a. ni. No. 19- From St. 1/OUls, Kansas City, Fort Smith, X.ittle Rock, and Texarkana. 2:25 p. m. No. 813—From St. Louis, Kansas City, Memphis, Little Rock, Fine Bluff and Texas, 10:55 p. m. Trains Depart. No. 844, for Fine Bluff, Little Rock, Texas, California, Kansas City, Mem phis and St. Louis, 7:15 a. in. No. 804—for local points between Hot Springs ami Re niton on local freight train (dally except Sunday). 8:00 a. m. No. 20— For I -it tie Rock, Fort Smith, and Kansas City, 11:30 a. m. No. 18 For St. Louis, Chicago, Kan sas City. Memphis. Lillie Kook, Fine Fluff, Texas, California and New Or leans, 6:30 p. m. Mcntincl Record Classified Advertis ing will bring results. Ho, for Northland and Summer Comfort Spend your vacation on the Great iaikes or along the Atlan tic Coast—get away from the excessive heat and go up where It's cool and delightful—visit great cities that stimulate the imagination; rest on the veran da of some large hotel- and become a part of its social life; or rough it in tlie great out of doors where the air is tonic, where the body is built up and the mind refreshed. ROUND TRIP TICKETS AT VERY LOW RATES. nre nn sale hearing long limits arid permitting liberal stop-over privi leges. Diverse routes and com bination rail and water trips are at the selection of the traveler— your vacation begins the Instant you board the train If your ticket reads via the Iron Mountain Modern equipment Suburb Dining Service Through Standard Sleep ing Cars from Hot Springs, Ark., to Chicago dally. Missouri Pacific-Iron Mountain Copy of handsomely Illustrated fol der “Northland and Summer Comfort.” sent free upon request. TELEPHONE 52. GEO. W. HOUSLEY, General Agent. n VYVYVY S xxxxyvxxvxvyxxxvyyyy Y'yxxxwxxxYxxxxxxxYxyvYYxv Finest Filled Case with Guaranteed Movement £14 no MANUFACTURERS AND IMPORTERS GRADE WATCHES OF OUR OWN AND OTHER CELE. BRATED MAKES AT SPECIAL LOW PRICES. ALL WATCHES SOLD UNDER OUR UNQUALIFIED GUARANTEE TO GIVE ABSOLUTE SAT ISFACTION JACCARDS (OF ST. LOUIS.) BRANCH: 502 CENTRAL AVE. YVYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYY' Ths Laigest and Most Select Lin* ol Soi’d Gold Jewelri in the Oil) IN DIAMOND GOODS WE CANNOT BE SURPASSED BLAKE’S LEADING JEWELERS CANDY FOR SALE AT Lenity’s Drug Store ESTABLISHED 1875. 364 CENTRAL AVENUE. TELEPHONE 281 DR. BARTON NO PAIN-NO HIGH PRICES iih fix th"s** old deedyed and you will see your HEALTH IM. PROVE WE do it WITHOUT PAIN 80 don't dread it. Try u« onr-e and bo non vine nd. ntnv, NS mid niUDUlfi WORK .... . $:t to V> FILLINGS of all kUidu . ..50c up. RET OP TEETH .$5.00 up. PtUnlesa extraction .. .W® All other work nu roattrumhle. >744 1-2 Central Avenue Union Painless Dentist. OPICN VT NKti'i \MD MIINn»V« Cockburn Ostrich Farm See the Baby Ostriches K i l 'pholstering Screen Work All Kinds of Furniture Made to Order BRADBURY & MARX (Successor, to Milium H. Tr.I (Successors to Mu|ios & Truvor) Show Cases, Wall Cases, Refinishing and Repairing Done New and Second Hand Furniture Bought and Sold l>hone 17!l- Factory and Store 1017 Malvern Avenue KYVVVVVVvvVvvwwww • # * • i i|n(,, DR. LF.MOINE.