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The Sentinel=record. (Hot Springs, Ark.) 1900-current, March 30, 1913, Image 2

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CONSUMPTIVES REST HOPE IN HIM
. *.*'■-« . •".r«tV*^4ssav•>;■ ir—iiiimii -n— h— .
Dr Frtedrtch Friedmann, discoverer of the alleged cure f«i tuberculosJa
Is here seen leaving llelievue hospital. New York, after treating cases witl
his serum At the right of the picture Is Ills brother, llr Arthur Friedmann
Woman
Bring this advertisement to our |i||
Notion Department not later than |j||
On* week limn today and receive,
absolutely free, a regular 10c card of
Dress-kooksI
These popular new Dresv-hook* are not ordinary hook* and
eyes or snaps -they will completely overcopie your dress-fastening I
difficulties. The free cards arc not samples but the same value for
which you wotdd regularly pay 10c.
We make this most unusual and liberal offer as we are confident
you will find Wilson Dress-hooks the very thing you have always
wanted. They can’t come unhooked or “pop” open accidentally.
.They.hold securely without bulge or gap, though you can unhook
them frith j>crfect ease. Guaranteed not to rust or crush in washing 1
and ironing. a.id to outUat any garment; perfectly flat and never show. jl
Don’t neglect this opportunity to try the Wiljo.i Dress-hooks j|
ny advertised in the leading magazines and style
ts. Used by fashionable women everywhere I
endorsed by leading dressmakers.
Cut Out this Advertisement
present at our Notion Department. Large and §
1 »i2eSj Gray. Black and White colors. One dozen Ilf
card. We can not give a card to *ny one who has
ved a card free from any merchant or the Wilson |
a hook Co., Cleveland, U. None given to children. I
We have a limited
amount of scrip for I
sale as follows, viz:
. A
vl
General County at 90c
Road . . . 95c
• !
Arkansas Crust Co*
REAL ESTATE DEPARTMENT.
Phone 2b4.
EQUINE HEROES
OF DAYTON FLOOD
HORSES SEEK PLACES OF SAFETY
AND MANY WITHSTAND RAV
AGES OF THE FLOOD.
One Sought Refuge In Third Story of
Building and Is Still Waiting
to Be Rescued.
Dayton. Ohio, March 29.—Human
being* by no means monopolized the
adventures incident to the riood.
"Fete.” a brick colored horse, owned
by Eben (i. Snyder, was swimming
bravely when he came to a second
story porch opening oft a second floor
In whicih there were several refugees.
They caught the horse’s halter and as
sisted him to flounder onto the porch.
It was cold outside and iPete" prompt
If bolted inside. Here he remained
with his rescuers until the house
caught fire. By tttils time the water
had subsided considerably and the hu
man occupants fled, leaving "Pete” to
perish, as there was n0 way to res
cue him.
Yesterday Snyder, who supposed
• hat his steed was drowned in his
stable, was standing with the crowd
at Third street when ttu> observed a
stray horse dodging automobiles,
wagons, push carts and wheelharrpws,
In which refugees and supplies were
being handled, and avoiding every ef
fort to capture him.
‘T believe that’s Pete,” he said, and
shouted * Pete, (Pete.” Pete recognized
the voice, trotted over to his master
and in very human fasttilon hung his
head over Snyder’s shoulder, whining
his relief and delig.it.
Another horse stood for hours clear
of the flood on top of a broad brick
wall. Presently a bundle of hay
came floating with the current and
been me wedged against the grating.
The horse strained his neck for it
toppled over and- went down with the
stream. He snatched at tile food as
he went past it, but missed.
Another horse was deposited tight
ly between two lines of freight cars
in the ttdion depot yards. There he
remained today, unable to move, but
fed and watered by a sympathetic
yard man, who let hay and water
down to him by ropes.
Still another equine, which escaped
the flood, may find greater difficulty
In escaping from his refuge. This
animal, having entered a building on
Mai! street, half a square from the
Phillips hotel, to escape the on-rush
ing waters, never halted tilt he
reached the third floor. There he
was found today when the water had
subsided and there he remained, as
no one eared to take the risk of try
ing to drive him down the impaired
stairs. Furthermore, SDayton Bias oth
er and more pressing duties.
Two blooded horses were deliber
ately granted asylum in the Fourtn
National Bank building and their
own£r brought feed to them by boat.
Tile city is full of such stories and
such sights, but great trucks rumb
ling through the streets with the car
casses of horses yesterday and today
indicate how many perished. More of
these carcasses lie at the roadside
and protrude from heaps of wreckage
everywhere.
JUVENILE THEATER PARTY.
Twenty-four Little Girls Occupy Boxes
at the Princess.
One of the pretliest and most novel
little theater parties of the present
season was that .tendered by little
Miss Jessie Dougherty, daughter of
Proprietor Dougherty of the St.
Charles hotel, to two dozen of her
Child friends at the Princess theater
matinee Saturday afternoon. The par
ty was chaperoned by Miss Kathleen
Murph. The vaudeville performance
was witnessed by the juveniles from
tho four lower boxes ot the Princess.
Miss Dougherty's little guests pre
sented a pretty picture arrayed on
both sides or the theater, and they
manifested an enjoyable interest in
the performance.
JIGG8 DONOHUE DEAD.
Famed First Baseman of the Chicago
White Sox Died in Insane Asylum.
News reached! the city yesterday of
the death at Springfield of Jiggs
Donoaue. the famed first baseman of
the Chicago White Sox, when ttiis
team won the championship over the
Chicago Nationals. Donohue came
here about three years ago and spent
the winter, engaging in the bowling
alley business, later went to Texas
and after that lost this mind, and was
placed in an asylum, where he died
Friday. He had many friends among
the baseball fraternity.
EASTMAN FORMAT BALL.
Despite the fact that the Eastman
hotel will shortly close for the "sefy
son". II continues entertaining a
smart crowd and last night's regu
lar weekly formal Assembly waf
splendidly attended. The Eagtman
ites turned out practically en masse
and (hey were guyly reenforced by a
DRUNKENNESS
Is a curable disease, which requires
[treatment. The OKRfNE treatment
can be used Wl|h absolute confidence.
U destroys all dasire for Whiskey,
l*»er, or other Intoxicants, Can be
given In the hontu. No hunitarium
expense. No loss of time front work.
Can be given secretly.II after a trial
you fail to get any benefit from its use
your money will be refunded.
<>KKINK is prepared in two form
No, 1, get ret treatment, u powder,
OR MINE No 2. in pill form, for thosy
who desire to lake voluntary trea
iiihbi Coats only SUM a box Come
in and talk over the maltsr with us
Ask for booklet Sorrells Drug Co
SPECIAL 1
SALE
On Everything
In the House;
We are compelled
To Raise Money,
And In Order to
Do so we will
Place everything
In the House at
1-3 Off
NOTHING
HELD
BACK.
w . 'i
#EVerythin$
I for the
| /iOIT^
NOW
Mr. or
Mrs.
Hotel
Keeper
Now is your
Chance to furnish
Up your house
From one of the
Finest lines of
Furniture in
The City. Don't
Forget Sale
Commences
Monday
Morning.
**9

I Range Like Cut Only $32.50
If
Solid Oak, Sale Price $11.95
COMPELLED TO RAISE
MONEY
We are compelled to raise
money in the next tew days,
and to do so, we have placed
on sale our $50,000 stock of
up-to-date furniture, 1-3 oft
regular price. If you think you
are going to need any furni
ture in the next year to come,
now is your chance to get it
at your own price. Remem
ber Sale starts Monday morn
ing and lasts all week.
EXTRA SPECIAL
All Solid 2-inch Post Vernis
Martin Bed if bought with other
goods can be had for $4.75, regular
$12.00 value.
This Sals is For Cash Only, Nothing Charged
SALE STARTS
Monday Morning
AT 8:30
Special 1-3
off on all .
FibreRockers I
in Gieen i
or Brown. £
“ Risli the Button and l^sf I
\RestQairs
PUSH BUTTOM
^Sy, H/NO"
Bfr » --vr-mr , *
1*1 Kelt SH4»» * H
r«rk out of $i*M j
THIS BEAUTIFUL MORRIS CHAIR f
IN ALL FINISHES 1-3 OFF I
Sale
Price
$1050
Solid
Oak
Grand Rapids Furniture Company
Phone 1079 The House Quality Built 220-222 Ouachita Ave.
number of guests at the Arlington
ami the other fashionable hosteiries.
as well as the resident smart set.
Professor Chessman's dance program
was an unusually tuneful and attrac
tive one, and, all in *11, the Assembly
was hugely enjoyed,
J, P. MORGAN ILL.
Financier Now in Rome is in a Ser
ious Condition.
New York, March 28.—The Asso
ciated Press tonight asked J. P. Mor
gan, Jr., who was at his home at 231
Madison avenue, for some comment
in regard to the dispatches from
Home and front London that his fath
er’s recovery was not progressing
favorably. Mr. Morgan said:
“I received a cablegram this af
ternoon, which, while it gave no de
tails, indicated that my father’s con
dition has been less favorable for
the last three days, and in view of his
years, is such as to give rise to eon
-ildcralile anxiety."
■ BRASS KID" WANTED.
Wisconsin States Attorney Wonts
Thi* Man When He Is
Through Here.
Sheriff Williams ye.vmlay receiv
ed word front Stanley (1. Dinwiddle,
of Janesville, Wiscon&lp, stating that
Bert Sterling, alias J H Ward. Al
ias "The Brass Kld“ waa wanted
there by the officers when Arkansas
officers got through with him.
■’Brass" is wanted here 1n con
nection with the Fox $80,000 swin
dle, and is now in the state peniten
tiary for safe keeping until his trial
iB called.
EZO FOR THE FEET
NO MATTER HOW 30RE OR PAIN
FUL YOUR FEET, YOU CAN
DAhtCE WITH JOY.
Don't feel bine; good vigorous feet
are easy to get. Ask for a 25-cent
jar of E34iO, a pleasant, refined oint
ment, and be happy.
■Rub it on those sore, tired, tender
burning feet and the misery will dis
appear like magic.
Xothlys 0,1 earth so good for corns
bunions, callouses, rough, chapped or
lulling skin, or chllbluins. Secure it
at Sorrells Drug Co. and druggists
e\ cry whet c.
f
METRO POLITAN CAFE
703 CENTRAL AVE.
Walter* courteous and obliging.
Blanke's Coffee and Tea* with pure
cream. Best of everything at reason
able prices. Phone 7
R. PEDERSON
CONCRETE WORK OF ALL KINDS
Estimates Cheerfully Given.
PHONE 368.
re liable”
ERoVnSmie n ry^tmS S'5*
HSlNHWWHIUNlim
Arkansas National Bank
OF HOT SPRINGS, ARK.
! Capital, $100,000.00 | |
t Surplus and Profits, .. .$870,000.00 | |
I 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 j [
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 |
I Money O-ders, with Indentlflcstlon
i payable In all foreign countries In | I
I the money of the country you i t
[ may be in upon presentation.
Cockburn Ostrich Farm
Finest Ostrich Plumes and Novelties
I
City Store, 334 Central Ave

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