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MEN’S WEAR FOR CAREFUL DRESSERS ————— Our Great =———=— CLEARANCE SALE % Starts Saturday Morning, January 4, at 8 O’clock See Today’s New Era and Saturday’s Sentinel-Record for Full Details 428 Central Avenue SADLER’S 428 Central Avenue CHICAGO -- AND -*■ ST. LOUIS -— VIA THE -- “Hot Springs Special” -I The Very embodiment of luxurious comfort in traveling, tf Through Pullman Sleepers with individual electric lights in ieach berth. ^ An unrivaled Dining Car Service- a delight to the epicure. | Compartment Observation Sleeping Cars w^th library of the latest periodicals—every comfort to make your trip one of relaxation nand pleasure. Free Reclining Chair Cars are also attached to this train. THE “HOT SPRINGS SPECIAL” Leeves HOT SPRINGS • 5 M p. m. Leaves ST. LOUIS • 9.04 a. m. Arrives ST. LOUIS • • 7.16 ». m. Arrives CHICAGO * 4.55 p. m. m ■"l .^44444^. Foe further information, rates and train time, address iPlPyB GEO. W. HOUSLEY, Gen’l Agent, ROT SPRINGS, ARK. J ji ® VStif-:—■; "r-H-inni——ir=—;—ir= HOT SPRINGS SIGN CO. f Signs of All Kinds Bulletin Signs a Specialty WM. C. SPRINGER, Designer Office 718 Central Ave. Telephone No. 6. as=,::ar:'::=^r...;'i;:7. ..== Host cloaninK anti pressing in town . --KirUa, 421% Ouachita A\e. Plume. Ltinrlwnnern’ y a m to 11 p. m dally. Public Drug Cm.. 202 Ouacb;(a Ave CIPRAINO CASTRO TO RETURN TO EUROPE SAYS HE HAS NO HOPE OF RE GAINING HIS FORMER PRES TIGE AND FORTUNES. New York, Jan. 2.--Cipriano Cas tro, ex-prestdent of Venezuela en gaged passage this afternoon on the steamship Amerika of the Hamburg American line, sailing for Hamburg , Saturday, at 8 a. m. Castro will have a ;oom and bath in cabin 152. His valer will accompany him. The officers of tfhe Hamburg Ameri can line said that so far as they knew the Venezuelan would board the steamer at her pier like any oth er passenger. This would require hfn> lor a short time at least to tread tile soil of this country, from which he was barred when he arrived here from Europe. Tuesday, on the French liner La Touraine. No formal charge to warrant 'his detention has been made against Castro beyond the re port of \a Touraine's surgeon that his physical condition made it advis able to keep him at Ellis inland pend ing further medical examination. Be fore the decision of the immigration authorities was announced, Castro declared he was willing to go back to Europe? of his own accord. Gen. Castro today denied that he was seeking to stir up another revo lution in Venezuela. ”Jt is impossible for me,” he said, ; "to regain my lost fortunes. There .is no reason to think that 1 want l to stir up trouble, and no proof. This last* word I give to the American peo ple: While 1 return, I pray for the isposparity of the grand people of the United States.” ALL ACHES AND PAINS BANISHED Soreness, Neuralgia, Chest Colds, Lumbago, Stiffness Vanish, Guaran teed by Sorrells Drug Co. Get a big yeiiOw box of Mustarine today. It only costs a quarter hut it is the biggest 25 cents worth of value in this town today. What will it do or money back? Just what we said above and other thing*. It stops headadhe. toothacne, earache, backache, almost at once. Just rub it on. For Pleurisy, Tonsilitis and Sore Throat It beats everything. It drawn that terrible soreness out of Corns. Bullions and Callouses, while for I ameuess. Rheumatism, Cramps, it is simply great. At Sorrells Drug Co. nnfl all druggists. It will nQt blister. Be sure it’s Begy's. ■' 1 11 .' ■' ' '' • SHUMANN CASE READY. Will Be Submitted to the Supreme Court Monday by Attorney Bouic. The appeal in behalf of Clarence A. Shumann has been completed by At torney W. G. Bouic and will be sub mitted to the supreme court of the state on Monday, January (>. It is probable that a decision will be hand ed down the following Monday, hut in any event the execution will not take place here as scheduled for Jan uary 17, because whether affirming the decision of the lower court, or ordering a new trial, the dale of execution i6 stayed through the ap peal, and a new date for execution will have to fixed by the supreme court if the case is affirmed Usual ly sixty days is given a condemned man after the date of fixing the sen tence in w'Mch the death penalty ob [ tains. CLEANS THE HAIR A1 HAKES IT BEAUTIFM CENT “DANBERINE" IN A FEW MOMENTS YOUR HAIR LOOKS SOFT, FLUFFY, LUS TROUS AND ABUNDANT—NO F ALLING HAIR OR DANDRUFF. t ' __ Surely try a " Danderine Hair Cleanse" if you wish to immediately doable the beauty of your hair. Just mosten a cloth with Danderine and draw it carefully through your hair, taking one small strand at a'time, this will cleanse the hair of dust, dirt or any excessive of]—in a ftw tnomentB you will lvc amazed. Your hair will be wavy, fluffy and abundant and pos sess an incomparable softness, lustre and luxuriance, the beauty and shim mer of true hair health, j Besides beautifying the hair, one I application of Danderine dissolves ev ' cry particle of Dandruff; cleanses, pu-* 'fe- J| | rifles and invigorates the scalp, for ever stopping itrthing and falling hair. Danderine is to ihe 'hair what fresh showers of rain and sunshine are to vegetation. It grows right to the roots, invigorates and strengthens them. Its exhiliratiug, stimulating and iife-prodnctng properties cause the liair to grow abundantly long, strong and beautiful. You tan surely have pretty, soft, lustrous hair, and lots of it. if you will just get a 20 cent bottle of Knowiton's Dandering <,rum any drug .store or toilet counter mid try it as directed. SULZER SAYS HE IS LEADER IN THE STATE CHALLENGE ANY DEMOCRAT TO DISPUTE HIS CLAIM TO PARTY LEADERSHIP. Albany. Jan. 2.—Qov. Sulzer de clared tonight that his election as chief executive makes him the demo cratic leader of New York state. “if any democrat in the state chal lenges that leadership.” he said, "let him come out in the open and the people will decide.” The governor’s statement was made in response to Inquiries as to whether Chas. F. Murphy, leader of Tammany tiall, had indorsed John N. Carlisle of Watertown and John H. Delany ot Brooklyn, two of flhree members of a commission selected by Gov. Sul zer to investigate state departments anti Bureaus. “I am the democratic leader of the state; the people decreed It at the polls and I stand on their verdict,' said the governor emphatically. “1 can’t succeed In doing what 1 want to do as governor, unless I am the democratic leader. If any democrat in the state challenges that leader ship, let him come out in the open and lihe people will decide.” The governor made it clear that he would receive any one who desired to see him at any time, including Col. Roosevelt, as head of the progressive movement; Win. Barnes, Jr., as chair man of the republican state commit tee; Chas. P. Murphy, as leader of the New York county democratic or ganization; J. Pierpont Morgan or Thomas F Ryan. ‘But,” he added, “they must see me in the open, the same as any other person.” The governor sai l he realized that Mr. Murphy, as the leader of an im portant political organization in New York, deserved recognition as such, and that he would receive requests from him reserving the right how ever, to deny them if tihey were not proper. PARDONS NOT ANNOUNCED. Gov. Donaghey Withholds Names of Men He Will Liberate Until Today. Little Rock, Ark.. Jan. 2.—After struggling all day with 10,’i applications for pardons presented to him on the last "pardon day” of his administra tion. Gov, George W. Donaghey an nounced late tonight that ‘he would not. make public the list of those to whom he had extended clemency un til tomorrow. The only pardon announced today w?.g to B. R Morgan, convicted in Little Ho<k of grand larceny. The tovernor forced Morgan to sign a fledge never to take another didnk before signing the pardon. 1913 AUTO RACES. Indianapolis, lnd., .Ian. 2.—The first ars for the third 500 mile automo nle rare, to he held at the Indiana jolis motor speedway memorial day, 1912, were entered today by the Stutz Motor Car company Of Aria city The company named Chan. Merz aud Oil Anderson as the driv ers of their two entries. Merz finish ed fourth with a Stutz in the race last year. BE IT RESOLVED hat J. s the heads of hundreds of families residing in N s Hot Springs, have been convinced, through personal investigation and continued use, that 'v Sulzberger's Hlajestic Butterine The Butterine with the Guarantee is in purity, richness and flavor equal to the ‘ best creamery butter. Be it Further Resolved hat we heartily recommend it to the hundreds of other Hot <0 - Springs families, knowing it to be uniform in , flavor, color and excellence with cream ery but ter and its use by them will prove an easy and highly satisfactory way to cut their butter bills in half. (Sighed) HOT SPRINGS HOUSEWIVES. , SULZBERGER & SONS COMPANY Chicago, U. S. A.