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CANDY
FOR SALE AT
Lemly s Drug Store
ESTABLISHED 1875.
364 CENTRAL AVENUE. TELEPHONE 201
CHIROPRACTIC
—The World s Greatest Science—
A New Road to Health
The r|gestlon always asked
Is what is Chlropratic? Chiro
practic is the Science of adjust
ing thy hand) the displace
ments in the spinal column
commonly called the back
hone. We know that the Rruln
retaliates the nerve impulses
sent to all parts of the body via
the Spinal Cord and out through
the til pairs of Cleat Trunk
nerves to each and every organ
Riving them the power to net.
There is only one place where
n nerve ran be shut off and
that is in the spine. Now. if
that h<' true there can be but
one cause, (pinched nerves).
The Chiropractor removes the
cause and Nature docs tno
Healing. Your Spine is the
machine of the body, the same
as the engine of the train. Botn
have to be adjusted. Cutting
the spine in position the body
re.ns without any trouble. The
same as any machinery.
Don't say this Is impossible,
as that Is what they told Mar
coni about wirdless telegraphy
and many others who have
developed the theory that such
is true. Many are being re
stored to Health by Chiroprac
tic. Nature's own Remedy.
I no not treat disease, I simply adjust uie spine and rsature does the Healing.
Calf on me today, lets talk it over and get at the Root of your trouble*
Look for This Sign
-In Business for Your Health
S. D. AmsDoker. Chiroohactor—New Baptist Church Buiidina.
HOT SPRINGS SIGN CO.
Signs of All Kinds
Bulletin Signs a Specialty
WM. C. SPRINGER, Designer
Office 718 Central Ave. Telephone No. 6.
An up-to-date soda grm operated in
an wp-to-dafe manner. That’s ns—
“The Luncheonette” at the Rexall
Store, g<)2 Central avenue. Morris
Drug Co. 1-10-tr.
FOUND.
A place w here you can get your
Kodak pictures enlarged to any size.
We absolutely guarantee all work.
Jackson Pharmacy, 344 Central Ave.
Phone 47. 1-7-tf
WE ARE
PREPARED TO
PRINT ANYTHING
FROM CARO to CATALOG
-: T HE------------• -
SENTINEL-RECORD
JOB DEPARTMENT
LETTER HEADS, NOTE HEADS,
DILL HEADS, STATEMENTS, EN
VELOPES, CARDS. ETC,, LAW
YERS'PRIEFS NEATLY EXECUTED
Phone 13! and Our Solicitor Will Call and Talk to You About Your Printing
NEXT PEACE MOVE
WILL BE TURKEY’S
MATTER OF RESUMTiON OF WAR
NOW RESTS WITH THE OTTO
MAN GOVERNMENT.
London, Jan. 17.—The next move
In the long drawn out game of diplo
macy for the settlement of the war in
southeastern Europe is for Turkey to
make. The collective note of the
powers, drawn up by the ambassa
dorial conference at London, was
handed to the Turkish government
today.
As the Turks for more than a week
have shared ■with tihe whole world
knowledge of the purpose of the note
and unofficially were given diplo
matic notice of it* exact contents
prior to its presentation, there is no
reason why the repiy should not be
prompt. Their only motive for with
holding it, it is thought, would be
procrastination, with Uheir old hope
uppermost, that something might turn
up.
Turkish delegates to the peace con
ference do not know the precise in
tentions of their government with re
spect to the note, but they predict
Its answer soon will be given and
that it will afford no grounds for ac
cusations that Turkey is playing for
time. The expectation among diplo
mats here is tlhat Turkey will con
cede something to the allies with a
view tcj having the powers make ef
forts to bring the peace delegates to
gether again for further negotia
tions. Should this he the case, it
then will develop whether the ulti
matum of tne allies is as iron-clad as
they profess it to be.
When Rechad Pasha, head of the
Turkish delegation, was asked today
why the Turks were remaining in
Ikindon, he replied:
"We are awaiting instructions. Last
week our orders were to leave, and
therefore we prepared to pack our
belongings. This week the order is
to wait.”
'Meetings of ambassadors of the
torelgn powers continue. The ques
tion of the disposition of the Turkish
Islands has been set aside until the
Ottoman government answers the
note of the powers and Albanians af
fairs are now under discussion.
WORST STMCH
TROUBLE ENDED
‘PAPE’S DIAPEPSIN” GIVES IN
STANT RELIEF AND THE RE
LIEF LASTS.
Every year regularly more than a
million stomach sufferers in the
United States, England and Canada
take Pape's Diapepsin. and realize
not only immediate, but lasting re
lief.
This harmless preparation will di
gest anything you eat and overcome
a sour, gassy or out-of-order stomach
live minutes afterwards.
If your meals don’t fit comfortably,
or what you eat lies like a lump of
lead in your storaaih, or if you have
heartburn, that is a Migu of indiges
tion. ,
<Jet from your pharmacist a fifty
ceni case of Pape’s Diapepsin and take
a dose just as soon as you can. There
will be no sour risings, no belching
of undigested food mixed with acid,
no stomach gas or heartburn, tull
ness or heavy feeling in the stomach,
nausea, debilitating headaches, dizzi
ness or intestinal griping. This will
all go, and besides, there will be no
sour food left over in tlhe stomach
to poison your breath with nauseous
odors.
Pape’s 'Diapepsin is a certain cure
for out-of-order stomachs, because it
takes hold of your food and digests
it just the same as if your stomach
wasn’t there.
'Relief in five minutes from all
stomach misery is waiting for you at
any drug store.
These large fifty-rent cases contain
more than sufficient to thoroughly
cure almost any case of dyspepsia, in
digestion or any other stomach dis
order.
MAY REBUILD HIGHWAY.
Plan to Reconstruct Old Cumberland
St. Louis Road Under Way.
Washington, Jan. 17.—-Reconstruc
tion and maintenance of the old
national road from Cumberland, Md.,
to St. l-ouis, Mo., with extensions to
make a great national highway be
tween New York and San Francisco.
RAILWAY DISSOLUTION.
Northern Pacific Representatives Dis
cuss Matter With Department.
Washington, Jan. 17.—Maxwell
blvarts and several other representa
tives of the Southern Pacific railroad
today conferred with Attorney Uen
eral Wickershain, regarding the dis
solution of the Union Pacific-Southern
Picitlc merger, ordered 'by the su
nrnimi nmirt Thi« was tho first Tfin
is proposed in a bill introduced today
by Representative Borland of Mis
souri. The measure would appropri
ate $20,500,u.a to carry out the pro
ject.
$500,000 to be available this year,
$5,000,000 in 1014, and $15,000,000 in
1015. u would create, to supervise
the work, a national highway's com
mission to 'be composed of the direc
tor of the bureau of public roads and
four members to be appointed by the
president.
COL. HUDSON DEAD.
ierence between the attorney general
and Southern Pacific interests since
<iha tcompany elected a board of di
rectors, exclusively allied with the
Southern Pacific as the first step in
compliance with the supreme court's
mandate. Nothing definite, it was
said, was accomplished at the confer
ence and the railroad men left for
New York.
SENATE STILL DEADLOCKED.
Washington, Jan. 17.—When to
day’s executive session of the senate
adjourned, the deadlock between
Democrats and itepublicans over con
firmation of President Taft’s appoint
ments was more pronounced than at
any previous time. No progress was
made, and there was very little ef
fort to conlirm any one. Ostensibly
the army nominations were still under
consideration and if there had been
action upon any of them. Uhe nomina
tion or Lieut. Col. iBrewer, to be
colonel, it is hedeved would have
been atfirmed.
YOUR ATTENTION PLEASE!!
When your prescription is filled
at Jackson’s Pharmacy you get just
what the doctor prescribes. Ab
solutely no substitutes used. Our
prescription department Is in the
hands of experts. Jackson’s Phar
macy, T44 Central Ave. Phone 47.
1-7-tf
Former Attorney General of Louisi
ana, and Iron Mountain Attorney.
Colonel F. G. Hudson, of Monroe,
l.a., died in this city yesterday morn
ing at an early hour, after a lingering
illness. Hq was a former attorney
general for the state of Louisiana,
but for the past twenty years attor
ney for the Iron Mountain railroad
in Louisiana, and & among the
south's leading attorneys. He wras ac
companied by his wife on his visit
here. This morning on a special train
his body will be removed to Monroe
for interment. He was a prominent
member of tlhe Arkansas Consistory
of the Scottish Rite, and also a Knight
Templar.
Persons troubled with partial par
alysis are often very much benefited
by massaging the affected parts thor
oughly when applying Chamberlain’s
Liniment. This liniment also relieves
rheumatic pains. For sale by all deal
ers.
PARK HOTEL CASINO.
Equipped with Brunswick, Balke,
Callender company regulation Bowl
ing Alleys, Billiard and Pool Tables,
Shuffle Board Tables and the new
game, Tamatsuki.
The public invited. l-I6-tf
The advertisement of today create?
the business of tomorrow.
l*>NMtUEnNMMHnH«
COMMISSIONER'S SALE.
Notice Is hereby given that In pur
suance of the authority and directions
contained In the decretal ordeh of the
Chancery Court of Garland County, made
and entered on the flat day of October, A.
D.. 11*111 In a certain cause (No. 4940 then
pending therein betwefgi Board Improve
ment for Sewer District No. 24 of the
City of Hot Springs complainant, and
Hugh W. Hill, et al defendants, the under
signed. as commissioner of said court,
will offer for sale at public vendue to
the 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 the 25th day of
January, A. D 1913. the roll.,wing des
cribed real estate, to wit:
Commencing at the southwest comer
of lot six («) in block eleven (11); run
thence easterly along the south llnp of
ssld lot to the southeast corner thereof,
thence northerly fifty (60) feet along the
east line of said lot six (6). in said
block eleven (Hi, thence westerly to a
point on the west line, said lot tilx (6).
■otv feet (50) from the southwest cornet
of saiti lot sis (6); thence southerly alone
the west line of said lot kix (6), to the
• . , . ” 1 1 *- ” 111 lilt
place of beginning which Is the property
of the said defendant Hugh W. Hill and
all of that said lot six («>. except fifty
ff»b) feet off the sooth side of said tot,
saki fifty (50) feet being the above des
Cl bed property of Hugh W. Hill and
this being the property „f Mary Camp
bell and Hattie Wells. And part of lot
seven (7), in block eleven fin of aa|d
City of Hot htulngs described as fol
lows: Fart of lot seven (7). of the Hot
Springs Reservation, according to the
official plat of the United Slates Hot
springs Commissioners; commencing at
a point fifty five feet and eight Inches
the comer of Palmetto street and Grand
avenue and on (h, line 0f said lot and
Grand avenue; thence along a line In a
northerly direction seventy five *75) feet
thence in a straight line across said lot
to a point on the ttnP dividing lot* six
(6) and seven (7| In said block one bun
drorl :i tiJ forf v ta-.« t\i-\ r*_ ..u
: last point on Grand avenue: thence Alhng
said dividing line seventy i70) feet: to *
point ninety fivis (Uij feet from gjiand
avenue; thence In a westerly direction
ninety five (95) feet to Grand avenue
and the place of beginning being the
property of the said defendant Louis
Benedict. , , .
fart of lot nine (9), block eleven (11)
In the city of Hot Springs described as
follows: Commencing at a point on Crea
ceent avenue where the dividing line be
tween lots elglit (S; and nine (.9) in said
block eleven til) intersected,! and run
thence southward on Crescent avenue one
hundred ami thirty two (132) l«et; thence
n a westerly direction to the rear line
of said lot nine (9) and to a stake driven:
thence northward on the said rear line of
said lot nine (9) one hundred and seven
teen (117) feet: more or less, to the north
west corner of said lot; thence eastward
on the north line of said lot nine (9),
fifty (501 feet to the point of beginning
Being the properly of tile estate uf G.
C. McKle, deceased, and part bf lot four
(4), of block twelve (12), of the said
City of Hot Springs, described as fol
lows: Begin at the northwest coiner of
said lot four (4), at the Intersection of
Daisy and Grove streets, run thence north
eastward along the south line of drove
street one hundred and eighty four feet
and six inches; thence southward ninety
two (92) feet to the soutli line of lot four
(4); thence westward on the south line of
said lot four (4), one hundred and seventy
five feci to Daisy street; thence north
ward on line of Daisy street eighteen (IS)
feet, to the place of beginning; and being
the property of the defendant Mary A.
Veiser. Ami part of lot one (1), of block
nineteen (19), of said City of Hoi Springs
described as follows: Begin at the com
mon corner of lot two (2), and one (1),
in said block nineteen (19) on Gulpha
street; and run thence northerly along
the dividing line between lots fbur (4) and
one (li, fifty (59) feet; thence easterly
parallel with Gulpha street, to Grand
avenue; thence along the line of said lot
one (1>. to the place of beginning; being
the property of said defendant Wood
Allen, and lot fourteen (14), blook twenty
six (26) of the City of Hot Springs, and
also lot fifteen (16) of said block twenty
six (26) of said City of Hot Springs, being
the property the last two named ti-acts
of Lottie Schultlce.
Ana lot one <u, diock twenty nine (.»>,
In the City of Hot Springs, being the
property of Rose Pickering, and lot nine
i It), of block sixty three (63), In the City
of Hot Springs, being the property of
Fred Robinson, and lot one (1), of block
sixty four (64) in the City of Hot Spring-,
being the property of A. E. Dow.
And lot four (4), of block sixty four ((>4)
in the City of Hot Springs, being the
property of Annie J. Austin, and part
of lot ten (10), of block seventy two (72)
in the City of Hot Springs, described as
follows: Ueginnlng at a point on the north
line of i’alm street , ten (10) feet
northward from the center of the east
line of said lot ten (10); and thence
northward on the line forty (40) feet,
thence westward parallel to center line
through said lot ten (10), one hundred
and forty (140 feet; thence southerly
parallel to Palm street forty (40) feet to a
point ten (10) feet noglh from said center
line; thence eastward one hundred and
forty (140) feet, to the point of beginning
as shown in deed recorded in Record Book
thirty nine (39), on page 427, of the
record of Deeds and Mortgages of Gar
land. County Arkansas In the City of Hot
Springs, being the property of Rebecca
Crane. And lot three (3) of block "B" of
Baxter Sub-division of lots one, fourteen,
fifteen and part of thiiteen in block six (6)
in the City of Hot Springs, being the
properly of Joseph Washington And lot
ten (10) block "B” of mild Baxter's Sub
division of lots 14, 15 and port of lot 13, in
block six (6). in the City of Hot Springs,
being the property of Charles Graham.
And lot two (2), of block one (1), of
Choctaw Sub-division of block 20 and 21,
In the City of Hot Springs, being the
property of Nettie Bouriand. And lots
three (31 of block one (1), of said Choc
taw Suit-division, in the City of Ilot
Springs. And lot four (4), of block one
(1) , of said Choctaw Suit-division in the
City of Hot Springs, being the property
of F. C. Ashford. And lot twenty two
(22), of block two (2). of said Choctaw
Sub division, in the city of Hot Rpringa.
And lot twenty three (23), of block two
(2) , of said Choctaw Sub-division in the
Citv of Hot Springs, being the property
if F. T. Burt. And lot twenty four (24),
of block two (2), of said Choctaw Sub
division in the City of Hot Springs, being
the property of Joe Young, and lot twontv
five (25), of block two (2). of suid Choc
law Sub-division, In the City of Hot
Springs, being the'property of Joe Young.
And lot twenty six (26), of block two (2),
of said Choctaw Sub-division, In the City
of Hot Springs, being the property of
Gus Venable. And lot six (6), of block
four , of said Choctaw Sub-division, in
tlie City of Hot Springs, anti lot seven (7)
of block four (4). of said Choctaw Suit
division In the city of Hot Springs, being
the property of George Collins. And lot
thirteen (13), of block two (2), of Cook
Sub-division of lots 2, 3, 4, 5. 6, 7 and 3,
of block twenty nine (29), In the City
of Hot Springs, and lot fourteen (14), of
block two (2), of Cook Sub-division of
said lots 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, and 8, of block
twenty nine (29), In the City of Hot
Springs being the property of Chas. N.
Rix. And lot three (3), of Cuthbert’s
Sub-division of lots three (3), and four
(4), of block eleven (11), in ihe City of
Hot Springs, being the estate of John
MeCooi. deceased. And lot eight (8), of
Hogaboom's Resurvey of lots 1. 2, 3. 4. 5,
6. and 7, of Thompson's Sub-division of
Blocks 2, 3, 4, 6, 6. 7, and part of lot
one (1), In block sixty three (63), In the
City of Hot Springs, and being the prop
erty of Josephine Burris. And lot nine
(9). of Hogaboom's resurvey, in the City
of Hot Springs, being the propertv of
Harriet Cummings. And lot twelve (12)
of said Hogaboom's reeurvey, in the City
of Hot Springs, being the propertv of
Charles Mitchell. And lot nine (9), of M<|
lard's Sub-division of lots 2, 3. 4. and 5
of block thirty two (32), and lots one (1)
and two (2) in block three (3), in the
City of Hot Springs, being the property
of T. C. George. And lot one (1), iri W.
A. Moore's Sub-division of iot three (3)
of block twenty one (21), in the City of
Hot Springs, being the property of Har
riet Fellows. And lot nine (9), of Shlp
pey’s Sub-division of lots 7, 8, 9, and 10,
of block six (6), in the city of Hot Springs
being the property of J. YV Curtis. And
that all the above desorlhed lots and
parts of lots are within said sewer dis
trict No. 24. of the City of Hot Springs,
Garland County, Arkansas „
■ Terms of Sale; On a credit of three
months and the purchaser or purchasers
being required to execute a bond as re
quired by law and the order and decree
of said court In said cause with approved
security bearing interest - at the rate
of - per cent per annum from the date
of sale until paid, and a lien being retain
ed on the premises sold to secure pay
ment of the purchase money.
Given under my hand this thirty first
day of December. A. D., 1912.
H A. WHITTINGTON
Commissioner In Chancery.
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 21st dav of October,
A. D. 1912 in a certain cause (No. 6205)
then pending therein between George R.
Holding and J. A Ktallcun partners of the
firm name of Bolding & Stalleup com
plainants, and Ida M. Eddy as executrix
of the last will and testament of Ben
jamin W. Kddy, deceased, defendant, the
undersigned, as commissioner of said
Court,, will offer for sale at public ven
due to the highest bidder, nt the front
door or entrance of the County courthouse
In which said court Is held, in the County
of Garland within the hours prescribed
hv law for Judicial sales, on Saturday, the
Joth day of January. A. D. 1913. the fol
lowing described property, to-wit: Sixty
shares of capital stock of the East Avon
dale Band Company: and certificate No
19 flor 20 shares of sold capital stock,
certificate No. 20 for 20 shares, and cer
tificate No. 21 for 20 shares of said capi
tal stock. In Garland County, Arkansas
Tenns 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 said Court In said
cause, with approved security, bearing
interest at the rate of 10 per cent per
Annum from date of sale until paid, and
n lien Irelng retained on the property sold
to secure the payment of the purchase
money.
Given under mv band this 31st day of
December A. D. 1912 7
H. A WHITTINGTON
Commissioner In Chancery
Sentinel-Record Classified Advertising
will bring result*
Serve ——
Cream of Tomato
—- Soup
And if you nre wisp and serve Franeo-American cream of to
mato, praise from the entire family will be your reward. And
why? Because Franco-Am
erican Tomato Soup has u f lavor all Its own. It is made from
fresh, but thorousbly ripen ed tomatoes; It is rich and tasty—in
fact so delicious tihat one po rtion seems Insufficient and you ask
for more.
Take it straight from u s and order a dozen cans this week
while this special is on.
Never Less Than 10c a Can —This week $1.10 a dozen.
707 CENTRAL AVENUE
TELEPHONE 142
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
S. A SAMMONS &- SON
GROCERIES and FEED
Lime, Cement, Fire Brick, Fire Clay, Sewer and Culvert Pipe.
911-913 Central Ave, Phone 42
GOLDEN’S
PHONE 227
MARKET
C. W. PACE,
THREE-DAY DRINK REMEDY
DRISiKlSC MEN MISS OPPORTUNITIES EVERY DAY
GET RID OF THE HABIT.
THE DRUG HABIT RELIEVED IN SEVEN DATS
No Graduul Reduction. No Pnln. No IIrpodermlc*.
Hy Pnce’a Method.
Only Sanltarlom
nil tee. Not Oil*
been effected. In
In \ rknnenn Giving I'ncondllloonl Gnar
dollar need be paid until satlafactlon haa
odlcally Indnraed.
EMITOYKn IN HOT SPRINGS ONI,¥ AT
DR. PAGE’S SANITARIUM
Phone 12011-81(1, 432 Sprint; St., HOT SPRINGS, ARK.
M. D., Hedlcnl Director. OFFICE. <129VS CENTRAL AVE.
CIGARETTE AND TOBACCO HABIT PERMANENTLY RELIEVED.
4
SICK MAN
DON’T Leave Hoi Springs Until You’Investigate
No Medscine Has Such Proofs of its Marvelous
CURES. Be Convinced
I
till ir Call fir tir
FIEE BOOKLET 01 lint,
Skli til Prtiiti fiitiaii
LOPEZ REMEDY GO.!
001 CENTRAL AVI.
MARTHA WASHINGTON
CANDY
60c. 'A POUND
NONE BETTER
FOR SALE AT
Lemly’s Drug Store
ESTABLISHED 1875.
364 CENTRAL AVENUE. TELEPHONE 201

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