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The Southern Palace
BIG WATER DAMAGE SALE IS I\TOW OKT $36,000 Worth of Goods Will be Sold at 25 and 50 Cents on the Dollar Silks, Wool Dress Goods, White Goods, Wash= goods, Table Linens, Towels, Bedspreads, Laces, Embroideries, Ladies Waists, Dresses, Suits, Gents Furnishings, Hosiery, Blankets Comforts In Fact Our Entire Stock Will Be On Sale Better come at once and buy what you want at these prices—They are going rapidly but there are thousands of bargains still left in all the above lines. THIS SALE WILL CONTINUE UNTIL ENTIRE STOCK IS SOLO REGARDLESS OF PRICE During This Sale Goods Will be Sold for Cash Only ST. PATRICK AT THE PARK HOTEL LAST NIGHT'S MAGNIFICENT BALL WAS TYPICALLY A PARK HOTEL SUCCESS. — Resident and Visiting Social Set] Found it the Center of Joy and Splendor. Resplendent In its setting of green, typical of the day of Ireland? patron saint and characteristic of other mag-j til flee nt St. Patrick's day event in years past, the Park hotel last night, entertained one of the most brilliant, throngs in U« social history The annual .SI. Patrick's day hall "as just what Manager Hayes prem ise,| hi* guests it would lie, the most magnificent, the most beautiful and gorgeous of any like event the Park l as ever attempted. Visiting society was there en mas se, ami the local social set found the trail of gavety leading to the Park as naturally as a river finds its greut eternity, the sea. Of'all the splendid social functions which has characteristized the Park In its past history, last night's event was the greatest. Greatest from the standpoint of beauty of environment try*11 the standpoint of enjoyment] and from the character of the big I I • crowd which consltuted Mr. Hayes’ house party for this one evening. The hig ball room bad been ar ranged in the distinctive style which bas always been a feature of this hostelry. A splendid tableaux vivant had been staged at one end, from which the eelio of St. Patrick's chimes were heard, and which when opened to the public displayed "The Harp That Once Thro' Tara's HallB," done in green and white and a my, riad of miniature lights. From the raised platform an Irish piper played a horneplpe on real IriHh pipes; .lack Connors sang, "The Song That. Reaches Irish Hearts is the Wearing of tlie Green," and then "Harry Lau der'' was Introduced in the person age of Little Jack Connor, dressed In t.wi^cal Scotch costume. Following the tableaux “The Irish Reel,’’ was daured by sixteen lads and lasses, and then with the first notes of Prof. Lewis' twelve piece orchestra, the ballroom and the hotel were turned over to the guests. Everywhere St. Patrick and Ills colors were in evidence in the dec orations which prevailed. The grill rooms were splendidly decorated and a. special orchestra discoursed music throughout the evening. The early evening crowd was a br 11 ltunt throng, which as the hours oi the early evening wore away was augmented by additional hundreds who swelled the a* tendance to the equal, if not to surpass the crowds which attended the Colonial ball but a few weeks ago. It was another distinct social suc cess for the Park and its genial man ager, and the guests were earnest In their praise, of the event which will raaflf another epoch in Hot Springs' social history. _ _ HOKARA FOR ECZEMA QUICK RELIEF OFTEN FOLLOWS FIRST TREATMENT,—COSTS NOTHING IF IT FAILS. A strong statement, isn't it? But we mean every word of It. Hokara is being used for treating the most com plicated and chronic cases of eczema, salt rheum, piles, sores, ulcers, etc., and it quickly banishes pimples, black heads. or any other of the minor skin troubles, leaving the skjn in its nor mal health and color. 'Do not confuse Hokara with any of the ordinary grease ointments, as it contains no grease, mercury or lead, and is entirely different from anything else on the market. Although it has wonderful healing and curative properties, the price is only 25c for a liberal jar—enough to give it a thorough trial in even the worst cases. Larger sizes 50c and $1.00. Your money returned if Hokara fails to benefit. Hold on guarantee and recommend ed by Sorrells Drug Co., local agents. For all kinds of cabinet work and furniture repair, screening and re calling chairs, see Barnhart, 10G Kirk street, phone 55$. 3-2 tf. if you desire good Jewish meals, while in Hot .Springs, call at Mrs. O. Kleinsinger, 1121 Central Ave. l+ates M.n day or w eek. Phone 2031. Everything served in home stvle __ ' t BOWLING NOTES. Flushed with their afternoon's victory over the Champion Red Sox team, the Pirates, led by the mighty Bonus Wagner, tried to make it a double header, but Don Strock's Southern Duck Pin team was too strong, retiring the diamond athletes in one, two, three order on the South ern Alleys. Strode got 117 for high score, and Fort 99 1-3 for high aver age. The score: Southerns. Fort.111 9 | yo Mazztu . 90 107 85 Moorman .85 SO 91 St rock .117 85 71 Mortuati . 94 92 83 590 4G4 423 Pirates. Boe .... 67 — —. Wright . 84 Wagner, A. sr> Hyatt . 83 98 87 Wagner. H. . '.Hi s2 79 Hoi Ilian . — 99 76 Hyrne . — so 81 Miller . 102 89 109 461 415 Me Roberts “5” Duck Pin team, headeu by Harry Render, and the Ten-pin “^'* headed by 'Billy'’ Bright, challenge any teams in the city, visit ing or local. Pirates or any other baseball aggregation preferred. A game is expected shortly, as Hans Wagner is selecting a date, having al ready accepted the challenge. "Ollie" Xcrsworthy, having made 139 in Baltimore ducks, advances from llie recruit class, and is now admitted to the “regulars.'* Herr. LiUjejustolpe made himself happy and others sad in the "Jacks Event'' last night, rolling 122, 1H and ICO ai Baltimore Ducks. ANNIVERSARY "Just a lew lines from a man wr.o owes his existence to you. This writ ing is a liapy anniversary as it is now one year that I have not lost a day dne to njy old trouble. I am feeling fine and the test is normal. I cannot express or utter an appreciation suit able. Dis. itig you unlimited •access, ’ E. CHANDLER. 339 Main St. .Middletown, Mass." Two years ago on Christmas Day, Chandler was given up in Clay, N. Y., ; by .lia home physicians. He had | dropsy to the bursting, nearly 50 per ceut albumen and early death was 1 looked upon as certain. The family | was in despar. They heard of a re covery in an adjoining town and one of them went to see about it. Tliey learned that the recovery was effect ed by Eultou s Renal Compound, and Chandler was put on it on tnat \e.-y day. It was a very hard ease anj ro eovery was slows but about a year thereafter he was able to return to employment. T!he above anniversary tells tile rest. Wonder what physicians tiding of all tale, who are wedded to nltro gly. oertne, digitalis and Baslnnn's Mix ture. under which failure is almost certain In cases like the abo\o. Sorrell’s Drug Co. is local agent. Ask for pamiihlet. FOR MAYOR. The Sentinel-Record is authorized to announce .1. \V. McClendon as a candidate for mayor of Hot Springs, subject to the votes of the people of Hot Springs. SPECIAL ASSESSMENT. i Collector's Office, Improvement Dis trict No. 32. The tax books for tne collection of the special assessment upon the prop erty in district No. 32 for the purpose of paving, have been placed In my bands. All owners of real property lying in the district are required to pay their assessment to me within 30 days from this date. If such pay ment is not made, action v. ill he com menced at the end of that time for the collection of said assessment. an<J I for legal penalties and costs. Given under my hand this ITtb day of February, 111 13. SAM .1 DAVIS. Collector. WARNING ORDER. In the Garland Chancery Court. Cyrus \V. Gillis, et. al.. Plaintiffs. Against Henna Sanders or Henna Saunders and Ellen Gillis, Defendants. The defendants 3ewna Sanders tor Bouna Saunders) and Ellen Gillis, are warned to appear In this court within thirty days and answer the complaint of the plaintiff. Given under my hand and seal of said court on this Itifch day of Febru ary, 1913. A. G. SUIJjENBERQER, Clerk. If you horse goes wrong, go to Harris, the horse-shoer, 31D Valley, 1 Phone 972. H-ti-lmoj NOTICE. The IV. C. N, Library association will meet In the library rooms to day at 10 o'clock a. tn. MRS ELLSWORTH, Pres. MRS. ROBERTS See. NOTICE! I ! We are now in your city for Jo ■ days, located with _*• Goutlee Bros. LM;i-il5 Central Ave. We have had 40 years expe rience in re-silvering Looking j Classes, and can resilver any regardless of size or strength. ALL WORK GUARANTEED PRICES REASONABLE i j Phone or leave orders with COUTLEE BROS., The St. Louis Mirror Mfg, Co. 213-215 CENTRAL AVE. TELEPHONE 867. FORCED SALE AT AUCTION Of ail Furnishings, Consisting of Glassware, Curtains, Rugs, Pictures, Furniture, * China, Etc., of THE AR KANSAS CLUB Thursday, March 20th at 10 O’clock A. M.