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ORIGINAL HOLIDAY SALE Buy His Present Where He Would Buy it Himself. High Art Suits and Overcoats at Reduced Prices AT 524 CENTRAL AVENUE NO JOBS OR CLOSE OUTS HERE HOLIDAY SUGGESTIONS FOR MEN All Regular Stock and up to the Minute Styles For your protection, Mrs. House keeper, we have just installed The One Writing Method of handling accounts. With «*ch rurchare, out ruitomn receive* a *ale »)ip tKnwinr lire rood* purctia»ed, the price of each article ana the balance previously owed- all footed up. With the McCaskey System YOU ALWAYS KNOW WHAT YOU OWE Your account cannot grow over night You always hive the opportunity of checking each item from your sale slip to aae that everything has been delivered and that the pi ice ot every item ia correct. We furnish a slipholder to each customer. File the slip in this holder, the Ust slip at a glance will tell you what you owe. By preserving these slips you will have the aarne record of your account as we, AND IN THE SAME HAND WRITING We shall be glad to explain The McCaakay System to you* G. W. VAUGHAN, Everything Good to Eeat for Man or Beast. Tele phone 490, 724 Malvern Ave. if you are trounled with chronic constipation the mild and gentle ef fect of Chamberlain’s Tablets makes them especially suited to your case. W\r* hit dill /(an Inn* If you are out of employment and want to get busy and make good mon ey call at room 2 New Central Hotel, 843 1-2 Central Ave. t 12-20-1 wk HEARING POSTPONED. Carter Argumcntr Fir p New Trial Will be Taken Up at a Later Date. The arguments that were to have been made before circuit Judge Cot hsm yesterday »:i behalf of J. R. Car ter, psk.iitr fcr a i t .v trial of his case woie ioriiX'tieti mitil some later date, i Attorney Sam McConnell who repre-1 ssnts I he sentence I negro, stated that he hail not finis lieu looking up author ities vi the case. Carter was given a 21 year sentence in the state peni tentiary for the killing of Bud Wood fork ano-her ngero. MARRIAGE LICENSES. Prospects Look Good for a Number < Holiday Weddings in the County. That there are a number of holiday weddings scheduled within the county Is indicated in the manner in which business is picking irp in the marriage license department of the county clerk’s office. Yesterday County Clerk Davis issued the following: Jim Eecue, 21, to Marie Rush. 19. Clarence Etbonlin, 22, to June Farrell, ,18; Charles W. Sims, 27, to Edna (Jeurln. 19; l^angley R. Kaufman, 21 to Pauline Scott, IN’. All members of Third Street Baraca class are requested to be present Sun day morning. Dec. 22. 1912. This is the appointed time for our annual I election of class officers. Please com" j and be on time. LEE ALLEN. Sec. Best cleaning and pressing in town —Kirks, 431»,i Ouachita Ave. Phom 888. 11-19-tf GIFTS FOR EVERYONE Our large and well assorted stocks, even with the tremendous pressure of business during the past week are full of suitable gifts for everyone. SANTA CLAUS HEADQUARTERS—SPECIAL FEATURE MONDAY Special feature Monday Alumi num Sauce Pans, worth fl.00 at .*. 25c 3000 pounds of fresh Chocolate candy Just received today in dainty one naif pounds and one pound boxes. social Holly boxes. C.ie half and one pounds at Kress sensational price of . 25c Pound Unequaled in quality, pure be yond a question. High Crude line assorted Xmas Candy at . ...'10 and 15c pound Follow the Crowd—We Set the Pace Mountain Valley Mineral Springs Water “KING OF MINERAL WATERS ” AWARDED FIRST PREMIUM AT THE ARKANSAS 6TATE FAIR 1909. 1910, 1911, It Is Radio-Active. It Is Deliciously Palatable unsurpassed for general table use. BEST DIURETIC KNOWN in Treatment cf KIDNEY AND BLADDER TROUBLES. One-Half Gallon Delivered to Your Room Daily for $1.25 Per Week. RATES—AT HOTEL, MOUNTAIN VALLEY $12.50 PER WEEK AND UP Otfice and Drinking Pavilion First i *or Southern Club Buld’ne Opp Arlington Hotel. Our friends are invited to make our Pavilion their Headquarters during their stay in the Springs. CITY OFFICE PHONE—406 HOTEL PHONE IS* • J?\ Ml Ml t*. A *f,t jfta »•> •*» •*« »p* #»* ♦«. a ^ RECOMMENDATIONS BY COUNTY BAR WOULD CUT IN HALF TIME IN WHICH APPEALS MAY BE DETERMINED. * Also Would Provide ^or Payment of Fee For Legal Advice in Cases of Executors and Administrators. The Garland rowutv Bar Associa tion in a meeting yesterday morning adopted resolutions introduced by, At torney M. S. Cobb which suggest some changes in the law pertaining to the judiciary whi^h through committee will be furthered when the state legis lature' meets at Little RmI< next month. 0«ne important recommendation is that the time of 12 months in which civil appeals from Chancery court may be taken to the supreme court, be duced to six months. Another is that there shall be a pre vision for the payment of fees for legal advice to guardians, executors and administrators. Y'nder the pre Bf.nt law no such fee are allowed ex cept when speciftclally ordered by the court. Another is that notes given as liens on purchases shall be noted on the record or else s tall not be a valid lien on the property. A case recently came up here where property was bought against which purchase lien notes were held, and the Irnocen purchaser could have no manner o protecting himself. Other recommendations were to cor rect the proceedure in instances where through experience it has developed that the law as it now siar.r' wad tacking. m Fir*t Christian Church. Percy G. Cross, pastor. Church lo cated at junction of W. Grand and Ouachita avenues. The front rank Bible Sc.iooi meets at 9:30 Harrison Taylor, general superintendent, T. .1. Milan, gf/ieral secretary. Teachers and officers meeting at 6:45 p. m. Two addresses and discussions. Morning worship and Christmas sermon at 11:00. Theme file Sign or Love" Miss Kathleen Biker will sing “O. Holy Night.” Special services begin at 7:45, ser mon '"The Exaltation of Christ, the program of the desciples dr Christ.” To these services everybody is heart ily invited and will be royally wel comed. Visitors arid strangers are especially urged to be present. Your comforts are assured for these meet ings. Tuesday night the Bible school has the right of way in their exerciser, i The moving picture machine will do Its part to make you happy this night. Bring your gilts at this time. Every body come. Wednesday night ’The New Minis er” the Christinas entertainment par excellence, will return for your enjo> mtnt. Here is the place for the whole family to have a jolly time. LESLIE ASKS RECEIVER. Claim Rock Quarries and Machinery Is Making Profit Not Shown. In a suit filed yesterday with Chancery C'lerk Abe Sullen berger S tV .Leslie asks that a receiver be a.) [jointed for the quarries and machinery alleged to be owned by 'himself, Ed. Mooney and 'John Kelly. The petitioner claims that between MO and |60 of stone is being quarried each day, and that still the plant is not showing a profit, and is supposed to be in debt to Ed. Mooney. ROYAL ARCH MASONS. A stated convocation of Hot Springs Chapter, No. 17. R A. M„ will he held Monday evening at 7:30 o’clock. Elec tion of officers. AH members are re quested to be present and visiting companions fraternally invited. L. H. BARRY, H. P. ALLEN HOTCHKISS, Sec. FOR ALDERMAN. The Sentinel-Record is atuhorized to announce l>ave -Burgaurer as a candidate for alderman from the fifth ward, subject to the action of the democratic primary. XMAS SUGGESTIONS. Buy your children a Brownie Kodak at .Jackson's Pharmacy. One dollar and up. 334 Central Ave. Phone H. 1217-tf Have you tried all others and want something a little bother? Then bring your Kodak work io Jackson’s Pharm acy. Phone 17. 12-17-tl COMMISSIONER'S SALE. Notice is Hereby given, that in pur suance of the authority and directions contained in the decretal order of the Chancery Court of Garland County, made and entered on the 27th day of November, A. D. 1912. in a certain cause (No. 5209), then pending there in between M. H. Pemberton and Dave Burgauer complainants, and Ann Hamilton and Tom Conley, de fendants, the undersigned, as Com missioner of said Court, will offer for sale at public vendue to the highe-tt bidder, at the front door or entrance of the County Courthouse, in which said Cou# is held, in the County of Garland, within the hours prescribed by law for judicial sales, on Friday the 27th day of December, A. D. 1912 the following described real estate, to-wit: A part of the Norihwest quar ter of the Northwest quarter of sec tion seventeen, township three South of Range Nineteen west, bounded as follows: Beginning at the northwest corner of said section seventeen, and run thence east on section line five chans; thence south parallel with west sec tion line ten chains; thence west parallel with north section line five chains; thence north on section lin • to place of beginning, containing five acres, more or less, situated in Gar land CTunty, Arkansas. Terms of Sale: On a credit :.f three months, the purchaser bring re quired to execute a bond as required by law and the order and decree of said Court in said cause, with ap proved security, bearing interest at the rate of ten per cent per annum from date of sale until paid, and a lien being retained on the premises sold lo secure the payment of the purchase money. Given under my hand this 6th, day of December, A. D. 1912. A. G. SULLEN BERGER, Commissioner in Chancery COMMISSIONER’S SALE. Notice is hereby given that in pur suance or the authority and direc tions contained in the decretal order of the Chancery Court of Garland County, made an l entered on the 21st day of November, A. D. 1912, in a certain cause (No. 5191), then pend ing therein between John J. McManus I and M. J. Henderson. Trustee, com plainant, and Alice C. Hager, Irma Dalton, Charles N. Rix, Trustees, Har riet L. Steele. R. A. Simpson. J. C. Budd. Jennie Budd and Daniel JIc Gahhey, defendants, the undersigned as Commissioner of said Court, will offer for sale at public vendue to th highest bidder at the front door or entrance of the County Courthouse, in which said Court is held, in the County of Garland, within the hours prescribed by law for judicial sales, on Friday the 27th day of December, A. D.. 1912, the following described real estate, to-wit: Ix)ts five (5), sixteen (16), and all of lot seventeen (17), in block one hundred eighty two (182), of the city of Hot Springs Arkansas, except a portion desertb vu no luiiuwo, Begin at the Northeast corner of lot seventeen (17). and run thence south along the dividing line between lots seventeen (17) and eighteen (18), block one hundred eighty two (182). forty nine (49) feet; thence west twenty-five (25) feet to a point forty one (41) feet south of the north bcundry line of said lot seventeen (17); thence north forty-one (41' feet to a point on the north line of said lot seventeen (17). twenty-nine (29) feet from the northeast corner; thence twenty-nine (29) feet to said northeast corner, the place of begin ning; situated in the city of Hot Springs, Garland County, Arkansas. Sold however subject to a prior Deed of Trust in favor of Harriet 1* Steeie, recorded in record book Number (JO, at page 627. Ternia of Sale: On a credit of three months, the purchaser being re quired to execute a bond as required by law and the order and decree of said Court in said cause, with au proved security, bearing interest, at the rate of eight per cent per annum from date of sale until paid, and a lien being retained on the premises sold to secure the payment of the purchase money. Given under my hand this 6th. day of December, A. D. 1912. A. G. SUDDEN BERGER. Commissioner in Chancery. EDWIN E. WORDEN, * ChirooractOr By adjustment, cf spine to f treat Paralysis. Stomach Trou- I ble and Nervous Prostration. f OFFICE 121 COURT STREET | 2nd Floor. I >4 YOU CAN’T BEAT IT Alameda Coffee Albatross Flour First Prize Winners, 1907-1908-1909-1910 1911, no prizes awarded on coffee or flour 1912. ASK YOUR GROCER XMAS PRESENTS - AT THE - OSTRICH FARM or City Store, 334 Central Ave. The Best and by Far tha Most Economical: BETSY ROSS COFFEE “Betsy Boss” Coffee it absolutely the beet, moet delicious and most satisfying Coffeo on the market— other Coffee may be as high in price, but it to utterly impossible for any Coffee to be better, in any way, than is “Betsy Ross ” Then, too, it is more eeonom ical—makes more cups to the pound, and better with more strength, than any other coffee. NL\ KR SOLI) I?« BULK. Only ia 1 and 1 pound hermetically sealed tins-40o the lb.; 3 Iba., $1.10. At your grocer’s. Plunkett-Jarrell Grocer Co. importers, roasters, distributor®, LITTLE ROOK, ah.it — . —1 ■■■■' 'lit* . .1. — Murray Transfer and Storage Company CAN HANDLE ANYTHING SAFELY Office Corner iviaivern Mvenue rno Valley Street. ,-,h0ne ^ A lies Moines man had an attack ol muscular rheumatism in his shoulder. A friend advised him to so to Hot Springs. Tlhat meant an ex penBe of 1150.00 or more. He sought tor a quicker and cheaper way to cure it and found it in Chamberlain's Liniment. Three days after the first application of this liniment he was well. For sale by all druggists. TRY OUR i Medicinally pure COLD CREAM I —also— > CROUP SUET FOR BABY > Hogaboom’s > 717 Central avanna > apeclallta lu compounding J druga and dispeuain* phyal clang > nreacrlpllona > AAXXAXXxx xv a nv>»v«.«.u? Heat Cold Rooms Quickly o z o a 3 W m c TJ 5 z o r Use Perfection Smokeless OID HEATBKS. They Produce Intense Heat. Without Smoke or Smell Ask Your Dealer or Phone 224. WATERS-PIERCE OIL GO. See Kirk the tai’or. for ladies’ and men’s tailor made suits. 431% Oua chita Ave. Phone 888. 11-19-tf 'fry a classified ad.—k pays.