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CLASSIFIED COLUMNS Oae Cent a Word Each Ioscrtioa. :: Positrrdy No Ads Inserted Unless Accompanied by the Cash. :: Nothing Charged WANTED WANTED—A milk cow; prefer Jersey Address P. O. Box 379. l-t.-rw WANTED POSITION—Druggist! wtpeT 1 diced and registered in Arkansas wants position at once. Can furnish good references. Address “Druggist," Senttnel Reeord. l-ii-3t FOR RENT—Unfurnished 5 room cot tage. lt^liit, hot water, gas heat. Nice yard. Large front and back jorch. *25.00 per month. Phone 1176. B. Cobb. 1-15-tt WANTED—Position by young man ot neat appearance and good educa tion. Five year's experience with mercantile firm. Best of reference. Call 1635 or write C. E. Presley, 531 W. Grand Ave. 1-17-lwk WANTED—Three cleaning girls. Good wages. Park hotel. 1-15-31 WANTED—Cash paid tor second hand clothing, trunks and suit cases. 224 Ouachita Ave. 10-16-tf SECOND HAND FURNITURE WANTED All kinds bought, sold and ex changed. Second hand heaters and other stoves cheap. J. H. ERMEY A SONS 601 Ouachita Ave. Phone 338. LOYD A SON New and Second Hand Furniture Bought, Sold and Exchanged. Roofing a Specialty. 202 Third St. Phone 71 J. T. WILSON Buy*, Sells and Exchanges New and Second Hand Furniture. 222-224 THIRD STREET. PHONE 8»8. FOR RENT MRS. B. SHANNON-Modern rooms. Steam heat. Reasonable. 132 1-2 Cen tral Ave. 1-7-tf FOR RENT—Twelve room house, gas. hot anil cold water, steam heat. 526 1-2 Malvern avenue. Call on Joe LeRoy or Arkansas Trust-Company. 12-16-tf FOR RENT—Nicely furnished rooms, $1 per week and up. 201 W. Grand. 12-15-lmo FURNISHED COTTAGES? FOR RENT— $15 per month: electric light and fuel gas; bedroom and kitchen, $10. Take North Border car to Dell Street, one block up Dell. Inquire at 14. Telephone 1655. 11-1 -af FURNISHED ROOMS—For sleeping or housekeeping, one block from Central avenue. $1.26 per week and up. 318 Market street. 2-16-tf FOR RENT—Nicely rurnlshed cottage* and flats. 2 rooms, $8 and $10 month; 3 rooms, $12 to $16. Apply 648 Quapaw. Phone 1653. 9-25-tf FOR RENT—Nicely furnished room* and flats for housekeeping; all conveni ences; gas, running water, electric lights, close to the hot water; Iron, magnesia, arsenic, rock, radium springs; see these rooms before locating. Take North Bor der cars to 528 Park avenue. J. B. Bur res. 9-11-tf FOR RENT—Furnished rooms. Good location, steam heat, gas and electric lights. German cooking. Call 711 Or ange street. 1-4-lmo FOR RENT—One 4-room and one 3 room unfurnished cottages. Apply 320 and 322 East Grand Ave. Phone 1068. 12-21-tf FOR RENT—Nicely furnished three, four and five-room cottages; all modern conveniences; best residence part of the city: reasonable rent. Apply 207 Cedar Street, Or phone 299. 8-12-tf FOR RENT—Elegant furnished cottages. 423 Whittington avenue. Apply 473 Whittington. Phone 534. 7-9-tf FOR RENT—Strictly modern four room cottages; electric lights, nat ural gas, bath, located on Fountain Terrace St., opposite Arlington Hotel. Apply W. E. Chester, agent. 12-31-tf FOR RENT—A Furnished apartment, 333 Prospect Ave. 12-20-lmo FOR RENT—5-room elegantly furnish ed cottage, modern, large yard Phone 931. 12-3-tf HOUSEKEEPING APARTMENTS Furnished room*; alto two room cottage nicely furnished, for nice people. Two block* of both de pots and postoffice, one block of bath. 608 Pleasant St. Telephone 1990. 11-16-tf FOR RENT—Elegently rurnished front bed room; natural gas heat; electric lights, bath, hot and cold water; also two newly furnished light housekeeping rooms; electric lights, water, gas for cooking and heating purposes. Apply 341 Whittington Ave. Mrs. Parker. Phone 1693. 1-12-lw Clean Furrlshea Cottage*—$15.00 per Month up—Near Bath House. Thos. Doherty, 705 Malvern Ave. Phone 547. FOR RENT—Furnished flats and rooms for light housekeeping, gas lights and water, $3 per week up. Near bath houses. THE INGLE, 109 Ramble street. Sleeping porch accommodations If desired. Phone 1038. MULLBRY A PARTMENTS, 116 Carl-I ton Terrace. Best sleeping rooms | in city. All modern conveniences in city. Running water in every room. Furnace heat. One block from bat., house. Get off North Border oar at Orest, street, one blork above Majestic hotel. Phone 1795. FOR RENT—Nice furnished rooms, private family, very reasonable, 303 Garden street. 12-6-tf FOR RENT—Cottage with bath and furniture for sale, 434 Orange St. i 1-17-Ut FOR RENT—Newly furnishen and reno vated apartments. for light house keep ing. also nice sleeping rooms. Wallace Apartments, 444 Prospect avenue. Tele phone No. 1997. 11-12-tf FOR RENT—Room over Milsap’s Cigar Store, "26 Central Ave. 12-4-tf FOR R>EXT—6-room suite In the Tom bler apartments; hot and cold wa ter, natural gas and steam heat. Tel ephone 1966 or 245. 1%-24-tf THE PLAZA—522 Spring St., filce rooms and housekeeping apart ments. beautiful, high location, rea sonable. Mrs. M. F. Green, phone 954. 1-1-tr FOR RENT—The beautiful Oakwood Park Country Club property, near Lawrence, on Essex Club highway. Property formerly known as the Me Uulgan home. Splendidly adapted for country home or for club pur poses. Address Dr. J. W. McClendon. 1-7-tf FOR SALE I<OI! .SALE—A brand new piano; self Player; for information inquire at Mat tar Bros., 34G and 348 Central Ave. _ 1-lS-tf FOR SALE—45-room hotel; newly fur nished; modern in every respect. Ad dress Jack, care Sentinel-Record. _ 1-17-tf FOR SALE—New teachers and pupils cyclopaedia; a reference libgrary, 5-vol. at a special price of $10, if taken at once. 1009 Central avenue. Phone 834. _ 1-15-Gt FOR SA1J3—Fur ture of 14 room rooming house at 643 Malvern Ave. Kent $28,000. Splendid location. Own er leaving city. Call §43 Malvern. 1-14-lwk FOR SALE—Barber Shop, located t 209 Valley St. 1-14-2WK FOR SA4JC—Full dress suit, opera hat and three white vests. Cheap if taken at once. Inquire 836 Central Avenue. 1-14-tr FOR SALE Six Room Modern Cottage LOT 50x150; NICELY FURN ISHED; ONLY ONE AND ONE HALF BLOCKS FROM PARK HOTEL BATH HOUSE, ONLY ONE BLOCK FROM CAR LINE. GOOD AS NEW, WILL SELL AT A BARGAIN CALL TELEPHONE 547. THOMAS H DOHERTY FOR HARR—Cheese knife and coffe mill, zJ. H. Ermey. 6U1 Ouachita. 1-9-tf. FOR SALE—Cheap, complete photo gallery, fine location, 220 Central Avenue. 12-25-lmo FOR SALE—Four year old standard bred trotting mare. Known as "Oaklawn Girl.” Phone 600. 12-12-tf FOR SALE—Garden street residence. 6 rooms and bath, lot 65 front by 135 deep. $2,000. \V. F. Hawkins. 629 1-3 Central avenue. 11-1-tf FOR SALE—My house on Henderson avenue, electric lights, water and bath. A. G. Sullenberger. 8-3-tt FOR SALE—Best paying meat market in city, on account of sickness. 430 Ouachita ave nue. .* o HIRSCH BROS. SELL Draft, Driving, Saddle and Track HORSES 20 tc 30 head on hand at a!l time* (Old Fisher Stable 205 Mt. Ida St. Phone 1450 12-31-lmo. FOR SARK OR RENT - Nine room house, 90 ft. front by 160x150 ft. deep. Apply at 132 Robin St., Mrs. Herbert. 1-5-lmo FOR 8AL.E—Indian Runner dueks, Tou loose geese, White Plymouth Rocks, White and Buff heghorns. Poland China pigs, stock and eggs. Hiram Whitting ton, Chase Farm, phone 636. ll-30tf UNPARALLED OPPORTUNITY All or half interest in First-Class, Centrally Locate^ European Hotel. It is an investment you do not get a chance at every day. Opportunity is knocking at your door. A great chance for a live wire with capital looking for the best hotel proposition In the city. Will bear the closest investi. gation. See K. R. JAGGtRS 627 Central Ave.. Phone 1067. KOIl HAMS— Residence on lot 70x236, 748 Cjuapaw avenue. Inquire on premises 10-23-tf FOH 8AI.K—A good combination horse, surrey and harness. Swell outfit; cheap. Phone 1264. 10-4-tf FOR fiSALE—Massage parlors. Cheap if taken at once. Address, A. J., care Sentknel-Record. 1-14-tt POR SARE—Lease and new furni ture of it) room house Vfc block of Rath House row. A bargain if taken a* once. Address “Y,” this office. 1-17-1 wk FOR FALK—Good roll top office desk and typewriter, at Hot Springs Pharm acy. 1-16-St For SALE—Furniture, 7-room house, close in; furniture practically new. rent "nl> $15. Bargain at $J50. Phone 108t». l-10-t>t REAL ESTATE AND BUS! NESS CHANCES. W. T. Hawkins, 629yz Central Ave., dealer in Improved arid vacant city and suburban real ty, hotels and rooming houses, farm, timber and mineral lands, truck gardens, stock and chick en ranches. If interested phone 209 and make an appointment with him. He will treat you right and find what you want, If It Is In the market. li-lUtf LOST AND FOUND IjOST OR STRAYRD—iSmall French poodle, answers names of “Baby” or “Toodles.” Reward if returned to 484 Prospect. Telephone 1563. • l-18-3t LOST—Between St. Louis Stables and court house, a pair of gold spectacles, with case. If finder will kindly deliver to Hale Bath House, a good reward will be paid. 1 - 16-3t miscellaneousT' DRINK OAKLAWN MINERAL WATER for stomach and kidney troubles. De* llvered to all parts of the city. Phorwa 1496. 7-16-tf EASTERN TAILORING CO.—Phone 1065, 335 1-2 Malvern Ave. Clean ing, Pressing, Repairing and Dyeing. Suits pressed, 40c. Pants pressed 15c. 12-18-lmo LEE MAYBFRRY, Livery and Transfer Carriage Calls Answeied P> otnptly. Stable 812 Pleasant St. Phone 36. ARLINGTON HACK ST AND. Phone 1916. BEACTIFl'L new goods an ivlng dally at Mrs. C. Higgins' Art Stole, 606 Cen tral avenue. 9-17-tf ARKANSAS AUTO COMPANY "Valley Red,” Manat-jr. AGENT FOR HUPMOBILE Seven Passenger Westcott Tour ing cars for hire, day or night. TELEPHONE 400 7-4-Im MONEY TO LOAN MONEY TO LOAN. In any Amount Either straight loans or the monthly payment plan. Rate of interest governed by secur ity offered. F. J. GOODWIN, at Arkansas Trust Co. Phone 264. Do You Want 5 Per Cent Money? We long you money on lone or short time. No stock to buy. No long waits. Let us take up that mortgage, loan you money to buy property or built on that lot. No trouble to answer questions. Phone 930. Taylor & Wallace. Offices 9 and 10, Ander son building. 11-8-tf LEGAL NOTICES. WARNING ORDER. In Garland Chancery Court. Mary E. Burton vs. Defendants, S. D. Burton, Carry Drake, Bessie B Sargent, C. H. Perrin, Philena T. Bovard, J. N. Burton, Mary A. l.lngo. Lizzie J. Mar gridge, Edna Burton, Guy Burton. Bert Perrin, William Perrin, Lena Perrin, Ledger Perrin, May Palmer and the un known heirs of Emma Tuffs, deceased. The defendants. S. D. Burton, Carry Drake, Bessie B. Sargent, C. H. Perrin, Philena T. Bovard, J. N. Burton, A. Lin go, Lizzie J. Margrldge, Edna Burton, Guy Burton, Bert Perrin, William Per rin, Lena Perrin, Ledger Perrin, May Palmer and the unknown heirs of Emma Tuffs, deceased, are warned to appear in this court within thirty days and an swer the complaint to the plaintiff, Mary E. Burton. Given under my hand and seal of said court on this 14th day of January, a. D. , J913. A. O. 8 ELLEN BERGER. Clerk. VEItNON LEDGER WOOD, Attorney ad litem. WARNING ORDER. In the Garland Chancery Court. Benjamin H. Watts, Plaintiff, against Elizabeth Walker Walts, Defendant. The defendant. Elizabeth Walker Watts, is warned to appear So tills Court within thirty days and answer the complaint of the plaintiff, Ben jamin H. Watts. Given under my hand and seal of said Court on this 1/th day of De cember, 1912. A G. SULLENBERGER, Clerk. Robt. H. Mooney, Esq., Att’y. ad litem. DEPARTMENT OF THE INTERIOR. U. 8. Land Office at Camden, Ark., Jan. 16, 1913. Notice is hereby given that Ephram Murders, of .1 essieVIfie. Arkansas, wno, on Nov. 16, 1906, made homestead entry tSena! No. 10970), No. 30197, for Lota N»s. 2 and 3 in N\V l-t, Section 0, Township 1 8, Range 19 W. Sth Prin cipal Meridian, has filed notice of in tention to make Final five year Proof, to establish claim to the land above de scribed. before the United States Com missioner, at Hot Springs, Arkansas, on the 26th day of February, 1913. Claimant names as witnesses: John M. Neal, of Jessievflle, Ark.; Charles McKee, of .lessievllle, Aik.; Then l-anier. of JessieviUe, Ark.; Zaek T. Young, of Jessievllle. Ark H G. FITKD1I HIM. Sentinel-Record, Register. Hot Springs. TRUSTEE AND COMMISSIONER SALE. Notice is hereby (riven. 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 20th day of Decem ber, A. D. 1912, in a certain cause (No. 1649) then pending therein between J. T. Anderson administrator of J. T. An derson deceased, complainant, and Fred D. Ward and Andrew Jackson Dalton, executors of the last will of J. W. Skeif, deceased, et al., defendants, the undersigned trustee as commissioner of said court, will offer for sale at public vendue to the highest bidder, at the west door or entranoe of the Countj’ Courthouse, In which said court Is held, in the county of Garland, within the hours prescribed by. law for Jqudicial sales, on the 4th day of February, A. D. 1913, the following described real estate, to-wlt: Dots 1 and 2. (one and two) In ; block 25 (twenty-five) Routh Hot Springs, Arkansas, in Garland County, Arkansas. Terms of Sale: On a credit of three months, the purchaser being required to execute a bond as required by law and the order and decree of cald^ourt in said cause, with approved secuflk bear ing Interest at the rate of si:^^ r cent per annum front date of sale until paid, and a lien being retained on the prem ises sold to secure the payment of the purchase money. Given under my hand this 10th dav of January. A. D. 1913. J. T. ANDRRSON, JR., Trustee and Commissioner in Chancery. Furniture BUV iNu AND SELLING. J. T. Wilson sells bargains in furnishings way, The articles needed In homes every day. Winter stoves of all kinds to cook or to heat, In here are the prices cannot be beat. Lovely carpets and rugs and furniture, fine, Second hand or new found in this line. Or Wilson will buy what yon have to sell. No place in the city will treat you as well. J. T. WILSON, Phone 898. 222-224 Third St. Murray Transfer and Storage Company CAN HANDLE ANYTHING SAFELY Office Corner maivern Avenue and Valley Street. Phone 82 STOCKHOLDERS’ MEETING. Notice is hereby given that the reg ular annuai meeting of the stockhold ers of the Hamp Williams Hardware Company, of Hot Springs, Arkansas, will be held in the office of said cor poration in the City of Hot Springs, Arkansas, on Wednesday, February 5, at 8 o'clock p. m., for the purpose of electing directors and the transaction of such other legitimate business as may properly come before the meet ing. HAMP WILLIAMS, President. 1-5-301 CITY POUND NOTICE. Taken up on the 5th day of Janu ary, 1913, in the city limits, one small red heifer calf, unmarked, with small white spot in each flank, small white Bpot in forehead. To be sold at the city pound as provided by law, on Tuesday, January 11, 1913, at 10 a. m. A. McCLURste, 1-10-5L Poundmaster. ANNOUNCEMENT. Robert R. MoRoberts Is a candidate tor public patronage at the Southern Bowling Alleys, before the people of all parties, including the suffragettes. Madam F. Worden, formerly of Chicago. Dressmaking, Ladies Tail oring. Phone 129. New Baptist Churdh Bldg., 121 Court St. 1-5-lmo Sentinel-Record Classified Adver tising will bring results. Giyde A. Ferreii,'Architect LITTLE ROCK, ARK. 210 1-2 Louisiana Street. Phone 2353. Sketches and estimates for any class of building free of charge. Wire or write and I will call promptly and secure data for plane. UNDER NEW MANAGEMENT CLEAN COTTAGES FOR RENT FURNISHED 504 RESERVE AVE. PHONE 1235 Two Blocks From Central Avenue In Heart of City, But Quiet MRS. L. C. HEWITT Waldron’s New York Cafe —NOW OPEN 531 Central Ave. Phone 531 Arlington Drug Store Eisele and Hunt Props. 115 Central Ava. Opposite Arlington Hotel DO NOT FAIL TO VISIT Observation Tower On Hot Spring* Mountain. IDS Feet High. Contain* 2 4 > tone of eteel. Splendid Eleva tor Service. Alao eaay grad* Stairway. Afford* a mag nificent view of Hot 6pr!nga and Central Aikanaa* Arlington Hotel and Bath Boost THE ONLY HOTEL ON THE UNITED STATES RESERVATION Elegant marble and tile Bath House newly enclosed and refitted, making it one of the most beautiful bathing establishments in the entire country. New un Parlor and Rest Room overlooking the Moun tain Parks. Rates: $4.00 per Day and Up. $21.00 per Week and Up. RoomB with private bath all supplied with mineral water. 8. H. STITT, L. T. HAY, J. W. CORRINGTON, PRESIDENT GENERAL MANAGER MANAQEB, A TIP TO THE WISE Old Hats Made New THE HATTERIE MANUFACTURER AND HAT SPECIALISTS. 245 Central Ave. Phone 699 Arkansas National Bank OF HOT SPRINGS, ARK. Capital, *100,000.00 Surplus and Profits, ,. .*270,000.00 CHAS. N. RIX, President E. F. KLEIN, Vice President D. LASER, Vice President CHAS. W. O’BRYAN, Cashier S. P. COLLINGS, Director. HENRY FELLHEIMER, Director Strongest Roll of Honor Bank In Arkansas. Does a full banking business. Cashes drafts and checks for vis itors. Draw our own drafts on all parts of Europe. We sell Traveler’s Money Orders, with Indentlflcatlon payable In all foreign countries In the money of the country you may be In upon presentation. Ostrich Plumes Absolutely Free Our patent dry cleaning chemical has proven such a wonderful success that we are enabled to clean all kind3 of fabrics as well as Ostrich Goods. Works in hormony with fibre of brilliant colors. To demonstrate its superiority, with each $2.50 worth of work we will clean one Ostrich Plume FREE. With each $5.00 worth of work we will clean one Willow Plume FREE. This offer is good until February 1, 1913. PRICES VERY REASONABLE -- ww* THE EMPORIUM Gleaningand Dyeing Plant SAM WEXLER, Prep. 209 Central Ave/ Phone 1147 ^AXXXXXXXXXXXXXSi «*.«. » I • • SERVED OVER THE BAR. THE BEST GOODS IN THE MARKET Imported Olive Oil and Genuine Italian Spaahettl. Monte Cristo Cafe VINCENT QAGE. Pro*. W Milvspn Avsnna 10 xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx Prompt Ambulance Service TELEPHONE 463. HJcCAFFERTY UNDERTAKER 620 OUACHITA AVENUE. HOT SPRINGS ARKANSAS •xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx •xxxxxxxxxxxxxxy DR. JOHN TRIPP’S BLOOD PURIFIER Is a Wonderful Reconstructive Tonic and WILL POSITIVELY CURE Syphilis orRheumatism You are cordialiy invited to visit our offices and get your medical examination and advice ABSOLUTELY FREE OF CHARGE whether you purchase our remedy or not John Tripp Remedy Co. 714 1-2 CENTRAL AVE. CONTAINS NO MERCURY AND NO POTASH THE HALE BEST MEDIUM PRICED BATHS IN CITY. Clean and Sanitary. Marble Bathing Hall. Private Dressing Rooms. BEST SERVICE BY TRAINED ATTENDANTS. R. JOYCE, ROOTS & EASTMAN, Manager. Proprietors. "All the Name Implies” Palace Bath House John F. Mj»nier, Manager. BO Private Dressing Rooms. 20 Private Rooms With Couch. 8 Large Cooling Rooms. Big Gymnasium. Marble Vapor and Shower Seth Rooms. Turkish Hot Room. Electro Massage. Including Attendant 21 Baths $10 ROOM AND BATHE AT THE Hem Hot Springs Bath House G. M. SMITH, Manager. OPPOSITE ARLINGTON HOTEL ON FOUNTAIN STREET. IMPERIAL PORCELAIN TUBS, ELECTRIC MASSAGE. ON GOV ERNMENT RESERVATION, PRIVATE DRESSING ROOMS. Magnesia Bath House 21 Baths $lo,oo (Including Attendant Fees) OWEN CORRINGTON, Manager. Steam Heat, Gymnasium. Needle and Shower Baths. HorseShoe Bath House ON HOT SPRINGS RESERVATION 21 BATHS $9.00 Including Attendant Fee*. ONE OF THE BEST MEDIUM PRICED HOUSES IN THE CITY ED S. WEAVER, Manager. C. N. ANDERSON General Blacksmithing Buooy and Carriage Work a Specialty, Automobile Forging* or Anything In the Blacksmith Line. 212 Hawthorne Street. PHONE 1700 Hnnllnnl-Kecord crN reunite. Op® Insertion. Flnssirieil Advertising cent a word for each CHICHESTER S PILLS THE DIAMOND! I* HAND* A Lndlcaf Aak your UruuUi *°f < lil-oii< r tMamonJTlrnm I'llla in Krd ami Hold mrtall»c\ boxes, sealed with Blue Ribbon. Take no other- Huy of yonfLvntm I»rijjrfLt. A*kforC’in.MIMTFBJ IMAMOND UKAM» FILI-M1*** years k nown #s BMt, Safest, AI ways KeH*' SOLD BY DRUGGISTS EVERYWHtRf Sentinei-Ilecord Classified Ads ** results. One cent a word for tae*1 sertlon.