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KEMPNER’S
HEADQUARTERS for
Xmas Shoes
and Slippers
For all the Family and
for Your Friends
Useful Gifts are always the
most appreciated, and Shoes,
Slippers and Hosiery always
come m handy.
J.&T. COUSINS
HOUSE SLIPPERS
v:■ LEATHER OR FELT ---
$1.25 to $3.00
LADIES EVENING SUPPERS
$4.00 TO $7.00.
STREET AND DRESS SHOES
$2.50 TO $9.00
BOUDOIR SLIPPERS
$1.25 TO $2.00
SILK HOSE.
50c to $2.00.
RIDING BOOTS. — LEGGINS—
SLIPPER BUCKLES.
MEN’S SHOES
$3.50 TO $8.00
MEN’S POMPS
$3.00 TO $5.00.
RIDiNG BOOTS, LEGGINS,
OVER GAITERS, HUNTERS'
BOOTS.
BOYS MISSES AND CHILD
RENS SHOES FOR ALL OC
CASIONS.
Holeproof Hose, $1 50, $2, $3
FOR ALL THE FAMILY BOX OF SIX PAIRS
KEMPNER’S
LITTLE ROCK HOT SPRINGS
CANDIES
AND FOR THE
Xmas Trade
We will have a special supply of all
kirds.
CREAM CAROMELS A SPECIALTY
Nothing will please the little folks
better than for Santa to fill the Stock
ing* with candies and nuts fr®m the
Hot Springs
Confectionery
COMPANY
MOOTIA <& ANTONIO, Props.
Fall and Winter
1912-1913
Again it gives us pleasure to an
nounce the arrival of the latest im
ported and domestic materials for
Snappy Suitings, Fancy Vestings, Fine
Trousers and Overcoating in exclusive
and special designs for ra , and Win
ter, including a large line of staples
in black, blue, brown and gray. We
guarantee first-class fit, style and
wokmanshlp.
N. COHN
THE TAILOR
41$ Central Avenue.
FURNITURE
220 OUACHITA AVENUE.
HlKtiest prices paid tor second hand Put
nlture, Stoves and Sewing Machines
Ceo. R. Gower. Chas. H. William
INDEPENDENT FURNITURE CO
NEW AND SECOND HAND
ATTENTION PLEASE!!
We a better prepared than ever to
do high class developing and print
*n our Kodak dpartment. AH
work flbsoiupely guaranteed. Jackr
son's Pharmacy. 344 Central Ave.
Phone 47. 12-17-tf
NOT'CE FOR PUBLICATION.
Department of the Interior, U. S.
1-and Office, at Camden. Arkansas.
Dec., 5, 1912.
Notice is hereby given that Wil
liam D. McKinney, of Hawes. Arkan
sas. who, on January 16, 1906 made
homestead entry (Serial No. 02560).
No. 29423. for N% of SKVi. action
2, township 2 S, range 21 W. 5t.i
Principal Meridian, has filed notice
of intention to make final five year
proof, to establish c.aini to the land
above described, before the United
States C'ommissione at Hot Spring*
Arkansas, cn the 15th day of Jac
uary, 1913.
Claimant names as witne»es; A
M, McGill, of Hawes, Arkansas; J. H
McGill, of Hawes, Arkansas; D. C
Golden of Hawes. Arkansas; John
Burruss of Hawas Arkansas.
H. G. Friedheim. Register.
Sentinel-Record, Hot Springs.
JLuncheonette 7 a in. to 11 p. m
daily’s Public Drug Go., 202 Ouachita
5«s
j Is Your
! Boy the
RIGHT KIND?
Help him to improve
both physically and men
tally by giving him one. of
these “Joy Producers.”
BICYCLE.
WAGON.
VELOCIPEDE.
IRISH MAIL CAR.
AIR RIFLE.
SHOT GUN.
FOOT BALL.
We believe ou> stock of
these items to be the most
complete and lowest priced
in the city.
For other “good cheer
makers” for other mem
bers of the family scan the
list below—You may get a
suggestion from “Th<
Hardware Store,” that
will dispel your trouble—
ROGERS SILVER TABLE
WARE—The genuine in
complete sets, $5.00 to
$15.00.
PLllSH LAP ROBES—
Chase’s best.
CALORIC FIRELESS
COOKERS—20 per cent
discount.
ALUMINUM COOKING
UTENSILS.
CARVING SETS — 100
Styles from $1.60 to $15
set.
SHAKING DISHES.
: CASSEROLES.
FISH PLANKS.
1 SAFETY RAZORS,
i POCKET KNIVES.
E GUN CASES.
E FISHING RODS AND
REELS.
i Store Open Evenings until
1 Christmas.
| Whittington
[ Stearns Hard
| ware Company
GOVERNOR BLEASE
IS DENOUNCED
THOMAS B. FELDER DECLARES
SOUTH CAROLINA GOVERNOR
DOES NOT REPRESENT SOUTH
Washington, Dec. 21—Thomas B.
Felder of Georgia delivered what be
termed the “South’s answer to Gov.
Blease’’ here today before the annual
meeting of the American Society ot
Jurisprudence. He characterized as
"anarchy” the South Carolina gover
nors speech in favor of the lynch law
before the meeting of the governors at
Richmond two weeks ago, and attach
ed Gov. (Blease as “an enemy of the
South." 'Senator Townsend of Michi
gan presided at the meeting, and later
praised Mr. Felder's remarks.
The Georgian said he came all the
way to Washington to make a com
plete reply on the part of the decent
people of the south to “the insults ot
Gov. Blease." He declared that the
south did not stand for lynch law and
the people of the countr yought to
know it.
“For an officer of the law, occupy
ing the chief executives chair of a
great state, to council lawlessness In
a high forum of debate at a time when
the eyes of the nation are fixed upon
nim, constitutes an offense against the
majesty of the law, the gravity of
which is without parallel or prece
dent,” Mr. Felder said. “If lie chief
executive of a state when uie need
arises fails to call out the militia he
becomes an anarchist.”
Mr. Felder’s paper cre,ated lively
discussion and was unanimously ap
proved by the members present. Other
papers were read by Andrew Wilson
of this city; W. J. O’Donnell, of "New
York and Albert C. Ritchie of Balt'
mofe.
Election of officers completed the
business of toe annual meeting. They
were 'Representative Henry D. Clayton
of Alabama, president; W. J. O’Don
nell of New York, secretary; Andrew
Wilson, Washington, executive secre
tary and Delos F. KneelanCF, New York
treasurer. The selection of a place of
meeting and date next year was plac
ed in the hands of the executive com
mittee.
ALLEGED KIDNAPER.
Denver, Col., Dec. 21.—Frank
Crouch accused of having kidnaped
the grand son of L. D. Gale, a New
York banker, today obtained a license
to marry the mother of the child, Mrs.
I.aura Gale.
The couple went to the Salvation
Army headquarters and there tried to
have the ceremony performed. Brig.
Genera! Ashley lobbies refused to
marry them wltkopt the written con
sent of Judge Ben. B. Lindsay of the
juvenile court. Mrs. Gale had just
arrived from Los Angeles with the ex
press purpose, she declared, of marry
ing Crouch, who only a few days ago
was released from jail, where he had
been placed at the behest of L D.
Gale, who feared Crouch would kill
him.
DARE COST PRISON TERM.
Kansas City, Mo., Dec. ,21.—Mrs
Mabel Benson, of White Water, Kas.,
was sentenced to five years in the
penitentiary today because she forged
a $15 check on a dare offered by, her
sister-in-law.
“I nevqr refused to take a dare,"
she told the judge.
“I dare you to serve five years In
the penitentiary,” said the court. “I'm
giving you the limit.”
Mrs. Benson’s husband Joseph, is
a civil engineer. She has two small
children.
WOMAN SHOT MERCHANT.
Hartford. Conn., Dec. 21.—Jos. Hohr,
aged 30, was shot and seriously
wounded tonight by Miss Mary Bitter,
22, in the doorway of a store In which
Hohr is cart owner. The shooting
was witnessed by crowds of shop
pers. Miss Bitter was arrested as
she was running away. She told the
police she shot Hohr because he had
Ruined her life. Hohr refused to iden
tify the young woman when she was
taken before him at the hospital.
FATAL ALABAMA WRECK.
Pineapple, Ala., Dec. 21.—Byron
Shoofner. engineer, of Peterman. Ala.,
and his negro fireman were killed and
Engineer Day of Pensacola, Fla., and
his white fireman, name unknown,
were injured tonight in a wreck on
the Louisville & Nashville railway at
Corduroy, 15 miles from here.
The dead and injured men manned
two engine* pulling a passenger train
which ran into an open switch.
FATAL THEATER FIRE.
Maysville. Mo.. Dec. 21—One man
was fatally burned and a man and
two j<irls injured tonight Vi a panic
after a fire in the opera house here
during a performance. The flames
destroyed the opera house, three
sto:es, a livery stable and several
small buildings and had spread to
other buildings when dynamite was
used to prevent the spread of flame.
At midnight the major portion of the
business district was in ruins but the
fire was believed to be under control.
CLERK MUST DISGORGE.
Detroit, Mich., Dec. 21.—Late to
night in United States district court
Judge Sessions directed a jury to re
turn a verdict of $13,500 in favor of
• he government against Walter S.
Harsha, former clerk of the United
States circuit court here, whom the
government, sued to recover $18,000
excess feea, alleged to have been se
cured by Harsha during his term of
office. The verdict held that Harsha
was entitled to the balance of the
fees in dispute.
Attorneys for both sides when the
evidence was closed this evening
stipulated that the judge decide the
case. The court of which Harsha was
clerk no longer exists.
TO EAT
COOKED ON A
NEW BUCK'S RANGE
It Is NOT TOO LATE to buy that Christ mas present at Rhodes. theWe,tahg“ ** of'^rea'l
especially to deliver RUSH ORDERS Monday and Tuesday. bought on Rhodes'
nice substantial FURNITURE GIFT, and then remember «iat it can „ thebalance by the
DIGNIFIED DIVIDEND PAYMENT PLAN of a small amount down, and me o y
week or month. . _ , . .
SEE BELOW our Xmas LEADERS. D on t Delay, Act Now. _
The Set
Everybody's
Talking
About.
Have You
Seen It?
Well See
Rhodes’
Window.
(Ill O AC Think of it!
'PIO.VD A Buck’s Gas
Range, and on Terms of
$1.00 Cash and $1.00 a Week
Thin BCCK'S GAS RANGE in a regu
lation style :u three burner tun—full lSx
13x12 size, steel lined oven feature* all
of the latest gas stove Improvements—a
non-explosive pilot lighter—ensuring
safety from the dangerous exploding
ovens. Regular price $17.56 Special
Christmas Week 113.96, on terms of $1.00
Cash and $1.00 a Week.
OUR BUCK
WHITE ENAMELED ELEVATED
DOUBLE OVENS.
The finest gas range built—In addition
to the ordinary (food features that the
average good tinge contain*- -this ' BUCK
has that strength of build which Is last
ing and that WONDERFUL WHITE I.IN
fNC which has made BUCK'S name fa
mous all over the country.
This WHITE ENAMEL retains heat
better—gives more solidity In baking —
will not burn off - when soiled, can be
easily cleaned—will not rust and a great
many other exclusive features, all com
bined making the most perfect range
built today. You should see one. Think of
the terms—$100 Cash and $1.00 a Week.
The Knoxall Ga3 Heater
$5..’5 un; on terms of tl.00 Cash and $1.0o
a Week.
A
w to
The powerfully elf, elite ami economi
cs! sou heater—-combines two heating
principle* In one stove, which in turn
gives you nearly double the amount of
heat for the same fuel consumed—Is very
handsome In appearance. being finely
nickeled and polished, looking very much
like a radiator - is very durable i- easily
connected and disconnected- enabling you
to us, one heater in a number of rooms.
Call and let us demonstrate one to you.
42-Piece Dinner Set
Absolutely Free
With every purchase of $4.50 or
more—time or cash.
THIS COMPI.ETE BBT consists o' 42 full pieces—
Is of a beautiful WHITE design with GOI.D band edge;
sells regularly for $10.00.
(Offer good as long as supply lasts.)
Tabourette Special—43c
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FOR MONDAY ONLY
PoIIcl oak—si: bat ant tally built. Only one to enxh
customer—none sunld to phllrtr#»n or |»y*n ttiliMihnn^
orders taken, 01 delivered.
BRING I'XAi.T CHANGE,
A Half Car of Davenports Just Received
Make Your Selection Now
As a Davenport
An ornament to any
room—no one would
suspect a bed.
What
as
a
family
Xmas
Gift
One
that
is
uSefull
Ton
eek As a Bed
This Ik the davenport, where the spring for the
hm (a Notional torn is entirely separate from that
01*01! which the Upholsterin'* rests, amt when un
folded has a regular bed mattress—-not the l-.iml that
th< hath lets down anti you sleep on the hard up
holstered seat, for then your davenport soon breaks
down, cor equently the l'ullman Is a perfect daven
port ai d a • • e- » cte--r.il . in ,,ne.
Onr new line of there fire davenports is the most
complete shown ill the city—all styles, fancy scroll
and plain effects in Mahogany, tiolden Oak and Early
English Woods, prices range from f.itt &« to *90 00
Other style ‘ *?--’.T>n Up.
t
1
(hi 1 QC For a Genuine
4^* l»*/0 Brass Bed. 95c
Cash and $1.00 a Week
Tilts Full Size Genuine Brass Bed >s ex
actly like cut—2 Inch posts and five 5-x inch
tillers—all finely polished and rubbed.
Special Christmas Weew .$11.95
On terms of «5c Cash and $1.00 a week.
Buy him A
(SHE CAN USE IT TOO.)
Makes Push The Burton anti Rest'
a Fine
Xmas
Gift.
$1.00
Cash
and
$1.00 a
Week.
:y IsP®
5&gy&Z$zisy (%afm
This Is n really wonderful chair. Just "Push the
Butter." on right arm ‘>f chair ami back adjusts Itself
Instantly to nn> one of twenty different poaittona. 'Hie
fomctiled Newspaper Musket provides handy place for
honks, papers, etc. The Disappearing Knot Best allde*
out of sight when not In use. A lance, massive, ex
tremely comfortable chair. We have a at yip ana
price that will Just suit your needs. fall and let
us show you TODAY!
A COMFORTABLE ROCKER AS
A XMAS PRESENT
Oak Misson
M hopny
and Birds
fya Maple
Finishes
$1.00 Cash
and $1.00 a
Week.
A lino of Christmas rockers just in—beauties in
riesiKn and finish -moderate in price—make your selec
tion now -on terms of $1.00 cash and $1.00 a week.
We are the orig
inators of the
$1.00 a Week
Furniture
Purchasing
Plan.
Phone
694.
805-7
Central
Ave.
Our Modem Bus*
Iness Method* on
the $1.00 a Week
Idea pleases thou
sand, will please
you.
STOCKHOLDERS MEETING.
Not loo is hereby given that the rec
ular annual meeting of the stock bold-j
ers of the Citizens National Bank, of
Hot Spring,s Arkansas, will be held In i
the banking room of said bank in the I
city of Hot Springs, Arkansas, oni
Tuesday, January 14th. 1813, at 5!
o’clock p. m„ for the purpose of elect
ins directors and the transaction or
such other legitimate business as may
properly come before the meeting.
GUS STRAUS'S,
President.
12-14-lmo
Southern Hotel
411 OUACHITA AVENUE.
1O0*feet from°haVh ^?'°° R"»m •"<* Board.
” rtjigrASRzr y"“
Phone 1087.
natural gas heat.
HURLEY HOUSE
PAT HURLEY, Proprietor,
RATES, Per Week, *G.OO end Up.
One block from poetorrice city hell end
Depot; «learn heat, electrle llphte end
ell modern convenieneee,
305 Pleaaant Street,

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