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The Southern Palace
$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 RE6ARDLESS OF PRICE During This Sale Goods Will be Sold for Cash Only BOBBY BYRNE HURT BY BALL CONTINUED FROM PAGE ONE contested. There was no fooling or stallliiK Wood and Hall showed that they arc almost ready. Robinson and Cooper d id their best, but just like INDIGESTION FIVE YEARS Relieved by Vinol. Strength and even life Itself de pends upon the nourishment and proper assimilation of food, and unless digestion is good, the whole body suf fers. Mrs. L. D. Cook, Vineland, N. J., says: "I was sick five years with in digestion. My stomach seemed to have a heavy load In It, and at other tiroes it seemed to be tied In knots. Nobody knows how I Buffered. “1 tried a great many doctors and a great many kinds of medicine, but nothing did any good until l took Vinol. It has helped me wonderfully. 1 am Improving fast, feel better and am getting my flesh back again. Vinol baa done me a world of good." We know the great power of Vinol, o ir delicious cod liver and iron tonic without oil, In curing chronic stomach trouble and building up all weakened, run-down persons, and tV -t Is why we guarantee to return Tour money If It does not help you. R. G. MORRIS DRUG CO. the other Pittsburg hurlers, show plainly Uiat they did not reach the happy twining ground until a week later than the 'Bostonians. Hence, they are a week to the* had In their work. Both sets of fielders hustled their hardest and there was no loaf: ing on the bags. Merchant Arthur Katz, who philan trophicully gave Kelly. Butler and Yerkes hats for whullng out triples in Monday’s maiden matinee, will have two more callers this morning. Furthermore, the gents who drop in his emporium and claim new chap eaus will get them according to Hoyle. Bro. Katz, always enterprising, stated in advance of the series that he would give away a $5 hat, or its equivalent in haberdashery, to any player who poled out a homer. He paid off on triples Monday, But has called in that gag. Hall and Gibson, though, cracked out homers yesterday and are fully entitled to cash in today. Umpire Owens ran another great game. There's nothing to it but what Master Clarence is set to have anoth er big season in the National League. The third game of the series will he played tomorrow. Today there will he practice games at both parks. Score of yesterday’s game: Boston. A*R. R. H. TV. A. E. Hooper, rf. Yerkes, 2b. Speaker, cf Lewis, If. Gardner, 111). Jaavrin. lb. Carlstrom, ss. .3 Nunainaker, r. .3 Wood, p. .1 0 1 15 0 0 1 1 It 4 0 •> o o o 11110 1 1 0 2 « tl (I 12 0 1 1 I) 0 P 0 0 18 0 0 O U 0 2 1 .: t. 5 5 Hall, p. 1 1 0 n Totals 9 27 1.' Pittsburg. AR R. H. PC. A E. Byrne. 3b.1 McCarthy, 3b. .2 Carey. If.3 Hof wan, cf. ...3 Booe, cf.0 Wagner, bs. ,.3 Miller, lb.3 Wilson, rf.4 Butler, 21>.4 Gibson, c.3 Robinson, p. ... 1 Hendrix * .1 Cooper, p.1 0 0 0 (I 0 A i it 0 1 l> o 0 0 (I I 0 0 I) 1 1 0 0 0 I) 11 0 0 0 3 0 1 0 rt 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 (I 0 Totals _2!t 2 4 24 11 1 •—Batted for Robinson in the fifth Inning. Score by Innings: Pittsburg .0 0 (1000200 Boston .0 0 2 0 0 Two-base hits—Yerkes. 2 0 0 x—7 Speaker, Carey. Three-base bit—LewiR. Home runs Hall, Gibson. Sacrifice hits Gardner, Booe. Outfield sacrifice fly—Nunamaker. Struck out—By Wood 4, by Hall 4; by Robinson 2; by Cooper 3. Bases on bahs—Off Wood 1; off Hall 1: off Cooper, 3. Hit by pitched ball—By Wood. Byrne; by Robinson, Gardner. Wild pitch -Hall. Balk—Wood. Hits—Off Wood, 1 in 4 innings; off Hall, 3 in f> innings; off Robinson, 4 in 4 innings; off Cooper, 5 In 4 in nings. Time of game—1:50. Umpire—Owens, National League. RHEUMATISM PUZZLES. The most skilled and experienced physicians. It arises from such a va riety of causes and assumes such a variety of forms that w.hile it is easily diagnosed, it is most difficult to suc cessfully treat. We do not say that Rexall Rheumat ic Tablets will relieve every case of rheumatism. No claim like that tan he honestly made for any remedy: hut we do say that Rexall Rheumatic Tab lets are prepared from Ingredients be lieved by successful physicians to be the best for relieving rheumatism, and that we honestly believe them to be the best. , '.idy-made medicine possible to obtain. ■ he experience of those to whom we have recommended them Justifies us in this belief, and gives its, such great faith In their merits that we unhesitatingly guarantee with ev ery single package that if they do not relieve we will gladly refund you the money you paid for them. iVV’e have known cases in which they worked almost like magic and, there fore, we advise that you give them a trial entirely at our risk. While we are firmly convinced that they will help you and tend to relieve you from your rheumatic pains, yet we promise you that if you are not entirely satis fied, you can have your money back without question. Price, 50 cents. Sold In this community only at our store—The Rexall Store—R. G. Morris Drug Co. phone 242, and the Public Drug Co., phone You can say goodbye to constipa tion with a clear conscience if you use Chamberlain’s Tablets. Many have been permanently cured by (their use. For sale by all druggists. CARD OF THANKS. First, I want to thank Hrqtli# Minxes and his Evangelistic Co., for coining to Hot Springs anil doing the vast amount of good work that they nave accomplished here. I also want to thank them for the beautiful Iltble they offered as a prize to the one selling tlie largest number of tickets to the Steroptlcon lecture on the world's famous Passion Play, and Inst hut not least, I want to thank my friends who bought, tickets trom me and helped me to win the Kittle. I have reserved a list of the names of those who purchased tickets from me and a picture of the Evangelistic Co., which 1 shall keep as a token of re membrance. MARIE CHAPPEU.. NOTICE TO CREDITORS. I desire to settle up my business af fairs and pay all debts that I may owe or claims that may be outstand ing against me and 1 hereby notltly all persons holding claims of any kind against me to present the same at once to my attorneys Wood & Wood, SOltVa Central Ave., Hot Springs, Ark. 3-4-tf M. H. PEMBERTON. AT ONE-HALF PRICE Dr. James H. Chestnutt, owing to fire in Thompson block, has secured offices In the Dugan-Stuart bldg. 3-8-1 m. Sentinel-Record Classified Ads g*'t results. One cent a word (or l&cb in sertion THUNK OAkl-AWN MINERAL Ell for stomach and kidney trou bles. Delivered to all parts of t ho city, hone 1496. 7-16 tf. New Bath House -OF THE Ozark Sanatorium Now Open to the Public Equipped With All Modern Bathing Appliances. ON OLIVE STREET, E. D. EDDY, Near Central Avenue. Manager. GOLDENS P H O N I: 227 MARKET S. A SAMMONS &- SON GROCERIES and FEED Lime, Cement, Fire Brick, Fire Clay, 8ewer and Culvert Pipe. 911-913 Central Ave. Phone 42 FORCED SALE AT AVCTION Of all Furnishings, Consisting of Glassware, Curtains, Rugs, Pictures, Furniture, China, Etc., of THE ARKANSAS CLUB Thursday, March 20th at 10 O’clock A. M.