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FRICTION IS FEARED.
New Secretary of War May Be at Outs With Department. Washington, March 21. -Official' circles were particularly interested In a lone conference at tlie war depart ment. today between Secretary of! War Garrison and Representative I lames Hay of Virginia chairman of * he house military affairs committee. In some quarto s there lias been ap prehension that the secretary's re cent statement declaring in favor ot shert term enlistments in the army' and other propositions opposed to by the house committee might result in j a renewal of the strife between tic department anil committee that af; i fected legislation last year. After today's conl'e-ence the sec-] retarv said: “We find tlfht we arei in pert'e t agreement on general priu- j ciples. our only differences are as to . details." Chairman Hay nodded as sent. SURE WAY TO REMOVE FRECKLES AND ERUPTIONS (From the Fashion Record.) Some women have skin 01 such tex ture they occasionally are annoyed by the sudden appearance of freckles, slight eruptions or fine lines. .March winds usually play havoc with skins of that kind. In such eases if one will procure an ounce of common mer rollzed wax al any drugstore, apply this before reti ing, like cold (ream, she can easily overcome the trouble. When the wax is washed off next morning, flaky skin particles come with it. Tile entire cuticle is remov ed in this way in about a week, with all its defects. No bleach could s:>. completely remove evety Irerkle or blemish. The new surface is smooth, clear, fresh looking. No pain or in ecuvenieuce accompanies this simple treatment. In case of wrinkles which sink be neath the cute- skin, a solution ot' saxollte. 1 oz., dissolved in 1-2 pt. witch hazel, makes a face bath which is wonderfully effective. , 1000 RED CARNATIONS FREE. Don't fall to call at the Hot Springs confectionery, the biggest and best known plate in Hot Springs, today. Spend lOt or more and you will re- i ceive a big red carnation for Easter, free, fail today, 711 Central avenue, i 2-22-It j BEAUTIFUL McCLENDON PARK. located at Lawrence, reopened un der new management. Our specialty, country meals and private dinner par ties. Terms reasonable, no meals served after 8:20 p. in., no drinks. Mrs. T. J. Ferguson, Prop. Phone 952. 2 12 Imo HERE IS A REAL DYSPEPSIA CURE "PAPES Dl APEPSIN" SETTLES SOUR, UPSET STOMACHS IN FIV£ MINUTES. # I>o some foods you eat hit back— taste good, but work badly; ferment into stubborn lumps itud cause a sick, sour, gassy stomach? Now. Mr. or Mrs. Dyspeptic jot this down; Pape’s Diapepaln di tests everything leaving nothing to sour and upset you. There never was anything so safely quick, so ertalnly effective. No difference how badly your stomach is disordered you will get happy relief in five min utes, but what pleases you most Is that it strengthens and regulates your stomach so you can eat favorite loods without fear. Most remedies give you relief some times—they are slow, but not sure. Diapepaln is quick, positive and puts your stomach in a healthy condition so the misery won’t come back. You feel different as soon as Dia pepsin conies in contact with the stomach distress just vanishes—your stomach gets sweet, no gases. no belching, no eructations of undigested food, vour head clears and you feel fine. Do now. make the best Investment, you ever made by getting a large fifty rent case of Pape’s Piapepsin from any drug store. You realize in five minutes how needless it is to suffer Pom indigestion, dyspepsia or any stomach disorder. DIVORCE APPLICATION. A petition for a divorce was tiled yesterday with Chancery Clerk Sul ienberger in which Harry McElder ly asks separation from Nora M. Mc Klderly. They were married in De cember. 1911, and separated in Feb ruary of 1912. The petitioner charges the defendant with adultery. PRESIDENT OF HONDURAS DEAD. New Orleans, March 21.—-News of the death of President Manuel Bonil la of Honduras stirred the Central American colony here and there were numerous predictions that the repub lic would be thrown into a serious political upheaval. Billy Pinkerton, head of the fam ous dvuctife agency, wlhich bears his name, is here on his annual visi'. What you want to sell and the other follow wants to buy may be welded in*o an advantageous bargain through a Sentinel-Record waul ad. GREATEST OF PORTSIDERS IN NATIONAL ■" i 1 ■.. m Nap Ruckap of Brooklyn. There is no gauging a southpaw; when they are good they are very good and when bad very bad. The sea son of 1912 has furnished several Illus trations and notable on the "bad” side of the argument are the oases of Har ry Krause. A1 Mattern and Nap Rucker. These three were rated as among the greatest port aiders In the game. Two of them have been seut to the minors, while for Rucker, before the coming of Rube Marquard held to be the beat of his persuasion in the National league, be haa been a failure the past season. It may be the reac tion that must come from trying to hold tip one’s end on a losing team. Rucker has been with Brooklyn since his enlry into the majors He has most of this time beeu the team's main dependence In the box—an or deal enough to break any man's nerve. Rucker may regain his old form, but southpaws are uncertain and the fate of A1 Matte rn and Harry Krause looms up ns a specter before him n , t • WORLDS boston American campions .—VS Pittsburg Nationals 2:30 P. n. Every Monday, Wed nesday, Friday and Saturday AT Whittington Park GAME CALLED 2:30 P. M. —r-TO CHICAGO and KANSAS CITY Lv. Hoi Springs - 1:00 P. M. Ar. Clicago • • 10:15 A. M. ' Lf. Hot Springs • 1:00 P. M. Ar. Kansas City 10:30 A. M. MAKING ALL EASTERN CONNECTIONS. ELECTRIC LIGHTED COACHES .PARLOR CAR, AND , DINING CAR SERVICE TO MEMPHIS MAKING DIRECT CONNECTION FOR THE EAST AND SOUTH QUICKEST TIME TO NEW YORK WITHOUT EXTRA FARE. TELEPHONE 141 e it on Street Station W. M. ANDERSON, C. P. CHICAGO AND - ST. LOUIS -VIA THE “Hot Springs Special” The very embodiment of luxurious comfort in traveling. Through Pullman Sleepers with individual electric lights in each berth. _ An unrivulcd Dining Car Service—a delight to the epicure. Compartment Observation Sleeping Cars with library of the latest periodicals—every comfort to make your trip one of relaxation and pleasure. Free Reclining Chair Cars are also attached to this train. THE ‘‘HOT SPRINGS SPECIAL" Leaves HOT SPIIKQS . 5 it p. m. Leaves ST. LOUIS . 9.14 >. m. Arrives ST. LOUIS • • 7.16 a. m. Arrives CUICAOO ■ 4.55 p. m. For further information, rates and train time, address GEO. W. HOUSLEY, Gen’l A«cnt, HOT SPRINGS. ARK. r> COMMISSIONER'S SALE. Notice I* hereby given, that In pur suance of the authority and directions contained in a decretal order of the Chancery court, of Garland County, made and entered of record on the 24th day of February, 19X3. In a certain cause (No. 6282) then pending therein between Da kota National Bank of Dickinson. North Dakota, corn plat pant, and Robert J. Craig and Thomas Jones, Defendants, the undersigned, as Commissioner of said court, will offer for sale at public vendue to the highest bidder, at tba front door or entrance of the county court house In which said court Is hold, in the county of Garland, within the hours prescribed by law for Judicial sales, on Friday, the 2Jth day of March 1912, the following described real estate. to-wlt: A part of the South half of the north east quarter and more particularly ile .»‘ritual ns follows- CoiitmcnciUK at the corner of the northeast quarter of A. J. Reeves' Iaind, running thence north three hundred and thirty feet; thene* west thirteen hundred atnl twenty feet; thence south three hundred and thirty feet: ttience east thirteen hundred and twenty feet ,lu the place of beginning, containing ten acres, being the South Half of the South Half of the Southeast quarter of the Northeast quarter; and also the North Half of the Southeast quarter. 3l! !n section five <6>. township three (3) South, Range Twenty (20) we.it, situated In Garland County, Arkan sas. Terms of Sale: On a credit of threq months, the purchaser being required to •xecute a bond as required by law and the order and decree of this court In said cause, with approved security hear ing interest at the rate of ten per cent ner annum from date of sale until paid and s Hen will he retained on the prem ised sold to secure the payment of the purchase money. Given under mv hand and neat, of s»f4 cont-t fhl* rtnv nf 1914 \ u *i i.ueNnErmtoii, Coau&lKsUmtr. JUST R \L ESTATE IS OUR IDEA You can manufacture everything else but .REAL ESTATE. The supply is decreasing every day, while the demand is in creasing. The following are just a few large bodies 'left in this State with actual merit from an investment standpoint: 17,500 Acre* of Virgin Timber Land Within Twelve Miles of Hot Springs This tract, lies north of Hot Springs and is on the proposed route of the Little Rock and Hot Springs Interurban Railroad, it is bodied up so that the owners of same can control practically 100,000 acres if they desire being located in fifty sections adjoin ing each other. 1 he timber on same consists of yellow pine, vhite and red oak, hickory and elm in small quantities. The e.-timates of competent cruisers place the cut at from 4,500 to <> 000 feet of merchantable timber, of which amount about sixty live per cent is yellow pine of the finest grade, twenty-five per «ent the very best grade of white oak, the balance in other tim bers. Half of this land lies adjacent to creeks and will make the best farms in this country, while the balance is high rolling land and hills good for orchard purposes. This is the best bargain n a tract of timber land in the entire south and is the only one wherein the body can be increased to proportions to build a com munity and have enough timber to cut for thirty years or more, 'tins land lies in fifty sections and is so laid out that the bal ance in small tracts can be bought at very moderate price. We have BLUE PRINTS I NOUR OFFICE, ALSO PLATS SHOW ING SECTIONS and lay of the land. _PRICE $12.00 PER ACRE_ 8000 Acres of limber Land in Chicot County, Arkansas This body of land is the finest farm land in the entire United States; it consists of 6,000 acres of the finest oak timber in the south and about 2,000 acres of cut-over land. It is six miles from Lake Village, the county seat of Chicot county, with i railroad running right through it. The following is a cruise of the timber on same made by the most reliable forestry com pany; the cruise is based on only the timber that will measure from fourteen inches up: White Oak, 6,986,000 feet; Red Oak. 4.306.000 feet; Ash, 1,088,000 feet; Gum, 4,778,000 feet; Elm, 1.720.000 feet, and Cypress, 513,000 feet. Valued on present price of stumpagc at $07,933. The actual merchantable timber on same estimating all timber from 8 inches up will cruise 30, 000,000 feet. The land when cut over is easily worth $15 per acre, as improved farms are quoted around it at from $45 to $100 per acre. The land is above overflow, although the break ing of the levees along, the Mississippi river last year caused this land to be overflowed. Farms around this property after the overflow and planted as late as July raised sixty bushels of corn to the acre and an average of one bale of cotton. This property is the most valuable body of its kind in the State, and the price asked is just about one-third its actual value. We would be pleased to show any one interested plats and cruiser’s i eports. PRICE $25.00 PER ACRE 18000 Acres in Grant County, Arkansas CUT OVER LAND, BUT A FINE COLONIZATION PROPOSITION This body of land is located just fifty miles from Hot Springs, between the Pine Bluff and Western Railroad and the main line of the Iron Mountain, known as the Valley Division. Ji was formerly owned by the Bluff City Lumber Company and was the only body of cut-over land retained by its President as being the choice of over 100,000 acres owned by this Company. The land is half bottom land, balance upland, and is in one of the healthiest sections of the State. It is accessible to wagon and railroads and as a farming proposition there is nothing to equal it in this section. The banks at Pine Bluff loaned the former owner $5 per acre on this tract payable $10,000 every six months. The owner desires to sell same for the reason that nt is in bad health and does not care to attempt a colonization of same. Farm lands adjoining sell at from $25 per acre up. This property can be purchased for what il cost five years ago and is one of the best bodies yet unsold and will make anyone ■it least 100 per cent on his investment. For any further infor mation we would be pleased to furnish on application at our PRICE $8.00 PER ACRE 920 ACRE FARM Eight Miles from Hot Springs on Main Country Road This farm is located west of Hot Springs. Three hundred acres in cultivation and under fence. Lays in a valley, and of the 920 acres at least 700 acres is the finest bottom land lying along a live creek that runs all year. It is within one quarter < f a mile of the Ouachita river and a very short distance from the proposed dam site of the new Power and Development Com pany. The farm is well improved, having a six-room modern residence on same, erected at a cost of $1,000, also four tenant houses and a good house for the overseer. Blacksmith shop, fully equipped, three good barns. All the latest farming imple ments. Two head of mules, two mares, two farm wagons and a small wagon. Twenty-five head of hogs, twelve head of cows, 1.000 bushels of corn and enough hay to feed the balance of the season. This farm is spoken of as the finest farm in this coun, ty; raised last year an average of forty bushels of corn to the acre; a ready-to-go proposition. Will sell complete for $16,000, on terms to suit the right kind of a purchaser. Easily woith $26,000. BELDING & STALLCUP REAL ESTATE, RENTALS. LOANS. INSURANCE AND ABSTRACTS. E. M. COHEN, Real Estate Department 621 CENTRAL AVENUE. The Office with the White Front