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ONE CENT A WORD EACH INSERTION. POSITIVELY ALL CLASSIFIED ADS CASH ! i AAA AAAAAAAAAAAAAAA A A AAAAA ^ A A A « A * A A A A A A A * .A A,A A A A. A A. A A A A A A * _WANTED WANTED—One white baby ti months to 1 year old, one white baby 1 to 2 years old, one colored baby 2 years old (most be black). Will pay lib erally for their tine. Call at Princess Theater. Wanted Thursday, January 8 . l-C-llt WANTED—To Tiny three or four-room cottage; terms must be reasonable. Ad dress H. J., care Sentinel-Record. 11-6-tf WANTED—Cash paid for second hand clothing, trunks and suit cases. a24 Ouachita Ave. 6-16-tf WANTED—‘Housekeeper for general work; two in family. Ill Exchange street. l-3-3t JANES & REYNOLDS buy, sell aud exchange second baud furniture. Highest prices paid for cut shingles 321 6th St., and 907 Hobson Ave. 11-7-tf A CRAN'D opportunity to make big money, travel and see the world. Business reliable, refined, steady year round. Investment, $6t*0, with surv ive. Congenital to either sex or suit able for married couple. No special experience required. Investigate. 1 have best of references. Address ?4, this office. WANTED—Partner to travel in mov ing picture business; lady or gentle man; small investment; Income $10 to $25 per day; I need personal as sistance at once. Business is educa tional and entertaining. 1 will guar antee no chance to lose. Address F. S. this office. 1-6-34 MUSIC—Piano and theory thoroughly taught. S-pts-ial attention to begin ners. 611 Quapaw avenue. 1-60-lm WANTED—Salesman; a man who can deliver the goods, to handle a high class oPtloe specialty in Hot Springs. Will put you on the road it you qual ify. Room 10, 101 Court street. 1-1-1 w WANTED—To trade almost new hun dred dollar typewriter for diamond ring not over karat. Will pay cash any difference in value. Address P. O. Box 654. 12-28-Gt W A N'TEl>—Chambermaid at Cottage Home Hotel, 201 Central avenue. l-4-3t WANTED—‘Reputable Arkansas agents for Penn Mutual Life; splendid agent’s renewal con* r act. Address SID B. Redding. Arkansas manager, Little Rock. Ark. 1-4-1 yr WANTED—Any Information regard ing Isliam Reynolds aud his sts'er, Mrs. Dolly Tallent, will be appreciat ed by tire undersigned. Said to have lived in Hot Storings, Ark., for a number of years. Reason for locat ing them, they are among the heirs of their uncle's estate, l-arklu Rey nolds, Box 712, Medford, Ore. 12-4 lm 4 LOYD 4 SON, 4 4 New »nrl Second Hand Furniture 4 4 Bought Sold, and Exchanged. 4 4 Roofing a Specialty. 4 4 202 Third St. Phone 71 ^ 4»44444444»♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦ 4 SECOND HAND FURNITURF 4 4 We buy and sell for cash and 4 4 can eave you money either way 4 4 Let us list your goods; we pay 4 4 the most. 4 4 ERMEY 4 SONS. Phone 338. 4 4 9-27-tf 4 WANTED—1 pay cash for men’s and •women's clothing, trunks and 6iiit cases. S. Schwam, 133 Central Ave. 12-6 tf FOR RENT FOR RENT—Nicely furnished rooms and flats for housekeeping; all conveniences: gas. running water, electric lights, close to the hot water; Iron, Magnesia. Arsenic, Rock. Radium springs: see these rooms be fore locating. Take Park Ave. cars tp 828 Park Ave. J. B. Burges. B-ll-tf Clean Furnished Cottage* -J1S.00 4 4 per month up—Near hath houses. 4 4 Tho*. Doherty, 705 Malvern Ave. 4 4 Phone 547. 4 ItMMfllMMMmtHItttt FOR RENT—Rooms for light house keeping. 341 Whittington avenue. Phone 1593. Mrs. H. Parker. 12-31-lw FOR RENT—Furnished apartments, ev ery convenience, good location, near hath house <7. H. Mullery, 116 Carlton Ter race. Phone 1796. 9-9-tl FOR RENT—Nicely furnished three, font and five-room cottage*; all modern con veniences: best reslrence part or the city reasonable rent. Apply 207 Cedar Sa. or phone 299. 3-12-1' THE PLAZA—622 Spring St , nice rooms unit housekeeping apartments. reason able; beautiful location, cool and shady yard and sleeping porches. Mrs. M. F. Green, phone 054. 2-21-tf FURNISHED ROOMS -For Sleeping or housekeeplpg. one block from Central Ave., 11.50 per week and up. 320 Mnrkct Ht. 8-20-tf NICE room and 'board at 243 Whit tington avenue; rates reasonable. 12-11-tf FOR RENT—Elegant furnished cottages, 123 Whittington Ave. Apply 473 Whit tington. Phone 634. 11 -1 - if bTmANTOVB Ft: RNI SHED COTTAGES. HO Ravine tft. “ •* FOR RENT—Desirable rooms in best residence district; board of desired 802 Quapaw. Phone llitl. 12-27-1 m FOR RENT—Furnished rooms, with or WKibout housekeeping privileges. Mr*. J. W. Hildreth, 240 Court street. Phone 2046. 1-6 3m FOR RENT IFOR RENT—'Furnished rooms, also light housekeeping rooms; strictly modern. Inquire Geo. Peck, Arlington Hotel C’lgar Stand, or 8Vfc Fountain Terrace. 12 2-tJf FOR RENT—Five room house, with hath, pantry, latest modern improve ments. Just finished. 222 Parker Ave. Apply Levy Ostrich Feather Co. 12-30-6t MHiS. B. SHANNON. 132 1-2 Central ave nue, rooms for rent; rates reasonable; steam heat. Rhone 671. 9-29-tf NICE room and hoard at $25 per month; good location; home rooking. Mrs. L. C. Leaky, 524 Park avenue. FOR RENT—Modern brick residence, 8 rooms; every convenience; large yard; on car line; gas, electricity; garage; $30 if on yearly lease; $35 if not leased. Arkansas Real Estate Dept. Hiram A. Whittinton, Mgr. tf LIGHT. AIRY housekeeping rooms, one block from bath house; electric lights; 11.60 up per week. 216 Court. FOR KENT—'Five room cottage, un furnished. 736 Central Ave. l-4-3t FOR RENT—Newly furnished rooms, with gas heat and electric light; also one two-room furnished cottage, with water, gas and electric lights. Call phone 2053 or apply at 351 Whitting ton avenue. 1-1-Ct FOR RENT -Nice three-room furnish ed cottage, gas rauge and heater, electric lights utid water; $15 per month; permanent couple preferred. I SOU Central avenue. Apply 1507 Cen tral or phone 1717. 1-1 tf FOR SALE FOR. SALE AT A BARGAIN—14 acres of land in a good state of cultivation with a good four room house, barn and out houses, a good spring. A horse and spring wagon, corn, hay, one cow, hogs and farming imple ments. Also at a bargain 30 acres, mostly fresh land, in a good state of cultivation with 4 acres of good strawberries on it but no house, under good wire fence. Three miles south east from town on Shady Grove road. 12-161 mo. W. D. PRICE. FOR SAIJO—One new sewing ma chine, $15; two rugs as good as new. 616 Ouachita avenue. 1-6-3t FOR SALE—One six-hole coal range, nearly new, party leaving city. Call at 4 is Reserve avenue or ipltoua 1216. 1-6-1w FOR SALE OF EXCHANGE—20 acres 4 miles west of the city of Fresno. Fat; house, barn, ami oilier Improvements; abundance of water, both ditch nml well; alfalfa all around It; full particulars first letter; value, $3,600; mortgage $000. If exchange, prefer vacant In business sec tion Jos. Eeltwell, room 316, Forsythe Bldg., Fresno, Cat. 9-17-tf FOR SALK A 10-acre farm, 2 miles from Oaklawn car Hue Address A. S. Beters, Hot Springs, Ark. R. F. P. No. 1. 1*4-1 w FOR SALE—iYackage property, In eluding lot 40x100 and 2-story frame building; $1,000. Three-story Central avenue brick, $32,000: .income on this Is better than 10 i>er cent. Corner lot, 42x100, with store building, Central ami Henderson, $1,500. Nice true', equivalent to three 50x150 lots, con tinent to Oaklawn line, $500. W. T. HAWKINS, 629*4 Central avenue. 12-9-tf FOR SALE. Hotel, 21 rooms, very centrally lo cated, modern; lease: rent very rea sonable. Address William, care Sen tinel-Record. 12-10-tf ♦ ♦ ♦ FOR RALE—A modern cottage ♦ ♦ of seven rooms, suitable for a ♦ ♦ nice home, in a good neighbor- ♦ ♦ hood. s,ot 50x160. Will sell at. ♦ ♦ a bargain. Telephone 547. Call ♦ ♦ 705 Malvern avenue. tf ♦ ♦ ♦ FOR SALE -Four room Linn flat. Idea! location. Phone 2100 12-12-tf ♦♦♦♦♦«*♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦ ♦ ♦ FOR SALES—Thirty acres, flve ♦ room house and good outbuild ♦ fags; one mile from town on ♦ Ma Ivern road, Mrs. M. .1. ♦ Mooney, R. R. No. 2. 12-11-1 m ♦ FOR SALE OR RENT—Modern four room cottage; best neisdence section of city; one block of Central avenue one-half block Of Hobson avenue. F D. Steigler, 520 Central avenue. 12- 11-lm FOR SALE—Small dairy farm, good paying route. H. H. Wright, 356 Cen tral avenue. 12-11-tl FOR SALE—Cottage, 6 rooms, and bath; city water, electric lights, good barn, and cow sheds, fruit trees, con crete cellar, iron fence on front. Lot 100x150, one block of car line. A real bargain if sold at once. Address 612 Third street; one half cash, bal ance on easy terms. 12-28-1 wk FOR SALE—Twelve room rooming house, furnished complete. Building for rent. Good location, for rasti only. No. C01 Ouachita Ave. 12 30-1 mo _ FOR SALE FOR SALE—Four and one-half acres, 6-room house, barn; all fenced and cross fenced; good orchard; large tank; fine well; within walkinq dis tance of city and two blocks of car 1 line. Also two well Improved houses in city; at sacrifice sale, as they must be sold at once. K. R. Jaggers, 615 Central avenue. 1-1-lw 'FOR SALE—Furniture. 46 Hender son avenue, lino FOR SALE—'Five passenger touring car, fully equipped, at a bargain. Ad dress box 274. 12-2-tf FOR RALE—Furniture of five room house, 218 -Court St. 12-10-lmo FOR SALE—'Dresser, wash stand, rug, table, all second hand; cheap for cash. Apply “Owner" 'Sentinel-Record. tf FOR SALE—My two cottages, 24 and 2 6Kirk street, for $2,500; all or part cash; good renters. Mrs. McGuire, 24 Kirk street. 12-7-tf ryit HALE—Biock of furninned cottage*, si* single, two double, one block from Army and Navy Hospital. Bounded by Reeerve Ave.. Spring and Laurel Sts. For information write J. 3. Maginnls, Ridge way, Pa. . 9-16-tf FOR SALE—Horse and buggy, good out fit. Addresa "Owner,” care Sentinel Record. it fXMt SALE—A good bicycle, only used two months. Cheap for quick sale, parties leaving city. Phone 1258. It LOST AND FOUND LOST—A crochet parse on Whitting ton or Ceiutral avenue. Finder return to 31S Whittington avenue. Littoral reward. l-6-3t LOST1—Mink collar, between Lyceum Theatre and St. Joseph's Infirmary. Reward if returned to St. Joseph's In firmary. l-3-3t MISCELLANEOUS i AGENT FOR HUPMOBILE. A Seven Passenger Westcott Tour- ♦ • ing cars for hire, day or night. ♦ • TELEPHONE 400. ♦ LEE MAY BERRY, Livery and Trfttiftfor. Carriage Calls Answered Promptly. Stable, 812 Pleasant St. Phone 35. ARLINGTON HACK STAND, Phone 3916 DRINK OAK LAWN MINERAL WATER for stomach and kidnev trouble. De livered to all parts of the city. Phone Uii_ T-lw-tf • • ♦ MONEY to Loan on Good City ♦ » Property. ♦ « K. R. JAGGERS. ♦ ♦ 615 Central Ave. * LEGAL NOTICES_ NOTICE FOR BIDS. County Farm for Rent. The county will receive bills for the lease of one hundred acres of timber land being a part o< the county farm situated 111 sections 2 and 3. township 3 8. It. 2. west. . The county offers to lease same for the term of one year, upon the shares. The county reserves the right to reject any and all bids. Bids will he received up to and Including Dec. If'. 1913. ROBT. H. MOONEY. County Judge. NOTICE. Notice is hereby glvpn that by vir tue of a decree of the United States district court, in and for the West ern Division of the. Eastern District of Arkansas, made on the Cth day of December, 1913, by the Honorable Jacob Trieber, Judge presiding and holding said court, in a cause wherein the Little Rock & Hot Springs West ern Railroad Company was plaintiff, and George W. Bellamy, William F. MoKnight and J. Sam Rowland. Rail I road Commissioners of the State of Arkansas, were defendants, upon 'no tion of said plaintiff said cause was dismissed and tihe temporary injunc tion was dissolved and the undersign ed. Jeremiah O. Wallace, was appoin' ed Special Master for the purpose of determining the damages sustained by all persons, shippers, consignees and passengers by reason of the wrongful granting of the temporary injunction in said cause. Therefore, all persons having claims against the said Little Rock & Hot Springs western Railroad Company by reason of the gran'ing of said temporary Injunction, shall present same to the undersigned Spe cial Master on or before the first day of June, 1914, at his office In the city of Little Rock, Arkansas, by filing wittti him the evidence of their claims or such proof as they may possess. Given under mv hand, December It, 1913. JEREMIAH G. WALLACE, 12-18-4w Special Master. NOTICE TO CREDITORS. Notice 5s hereby given that letters of administration on the estate of Samuel H. Stitt, deceased, were is sued to the undersigned by the clerk of the probate court of Garland county, in the state of Arkansas, on the 14th day of October. A. D. 1913. All persons having claims against said estate are therefore hereby no tified to exhibit the same to the un dersigned properly authenticated, within six month* after the dath of such letters of administration, or I they may he precluded from any ben ! *TH lu said estate. And it such LEGAL NOTICES claims fee not exhibited within oae year after the date of such letters, they will I*) forever barred and pre cluded from any benefit from said estate. Given this 7th day of November, A. D. 1913. AUGUSTA, STITT, Administratrix of the Estate of Sam uel H. Stitt., deceased. WARNING ORDER In the Garlann Prooa'e Court. In the matter of the last will and testa ment of A. Henderson, deceased. Alice Stewart, plaintiff Against Edward M. G. Mullholland and Emma E. Mullholland, defendan‘8 Tiie defendants, Edward M. G. Mull aolland and Emma E. Mullholland are warned to appear in this court within thirty days and answer the petition of the plaintiff. Given under my hand and seal of said Court on this 1f>th day of Decem ber, 1913. OHAS. H DAVIS, Clerk .1. S. McConnell, attorney ad litem. NOTICE TO CREDITORS. Notice Is hereby given that letters of administration with will annexed on the estate of Jack Archer, deceased, were is sued bv the clerk of the prolmte court of Garland county, in the state of Ar kansas. In vacation, on the 18th day of July, A. D. 1913. All persona having claims against said estate are therefore hereby notified to exhibit the same to the undersigned, properly authenticated, within six months Rfter the date of such letters of administration or they may be precluded from any benefit In said es tate. And If such claims bo not exhibit ed as aforesaid, within one year after the date of such letters, they will be forever barred und precluded from any benefit from said estate. Given this 21«t dav of July, A D. 1913. ANNA D. ARCHER. Administratrix of the estate of Jack Archer, deceased. STOCKHOLDERS’ MEETING. Notice is hereby given that the an nual meeting of the stockholders of the Citizens National Bank of Hot Springs, Arkansas, will be held in the hanking room of the said bank on Tuesday, January 13, 1914, at 2 o'c lock p. m , for the purpose of electing nine directors and tihe transaction of such other business as may properly come before the meeting. GUS STRAUSS, President. 12-13-1 m ADMINISTRATRIX'S SALE. Notice is hereby given that the un dersigned, as administratrix of the es tate of J. W. Longworth, deceased, will proceed on the 12th day of Jan uary, 1914, at the front door of the Court House of Garlend County, Ar kansas, as temporarily situated on Ex change street, in the City of Hot Springs, Ark., between the hours for judicial sales, to offer for sale at pub lic auction to the higlhest bidder, the following real estate, situate in the County of Garlend, State of Arkansas, to-wlt. I>ot eleven (11), block one hun dred and thirty-eight (138), and the east half of I^ot eight (8), Block six ty (60), except a strip twelve (12) feet wide off the east side thereof, all of said property being located on the Hot Springs Reservation, as surveyed, mapped and platted by the United (States Hot Springs Commissieners. Said sale will be made by order and under the authority of title Probate Court of Garland County, for fflie pur pose of paying tin? debts of said es tate and for the support and mainte nance of the minors. Terms of sale, at public auction, to the highest and best bidder, on a credit of 3 months, the purchaser to give bond with secur ity to the approval of the administra trix, for the payment of tihe purchase money and a lien being reserved upon the property sold to further secure tne payment thereof. This twelfth day of December, 1913. MRS. MOLLIE LONGWORTH. Administratrix of the Estate of J. W Longworth, Deceased. 12-12-3w WARNING ORDER. In the Garland Chancery Court.. Stella May McAuley, Plaintiff, against Elbert Francis McAuley, Defend ant. The defendant, Elbert Francis Mc Auley, is warned to appear in this court witthin thirty days and answer the complaint of the plaintiff, Stella May McAuley. Given under my hand and seal of said court on this 1st day of Janu ary, 1914. A. G. 8ULLENB10RGRR, Clerk. I.eo P. McLaughlin, Esri . attorney ad litem. POUND NOTICE. Taken up within the city limits on December 26, 1913, one black horse mule, about fifteen hands high, 12 to lf> years old, in good condition; 1-eft fore leg has been 'broken between the knee and ankle. Same will be sold on January 9, 1914, to pay feed bill, auditing cost and pound fees. 12-31-1 Ot D. RYNDERS, Poundmaster. WARNING ORDER In the Garland Probate Court Josephine Allard, plaintiff Against Ella Isabel Wolflngton, et al, defen dants The defandanls, Eila Isahel Wolfing *on, Ada Clara Reuter. May Eliza Rlilnert, John Jesse Allard, Luther S. Allard, Jr. Helen V. Fruhe, Emma Lc Grand, Chester Allard, Merrel Allard, Pearl Allard, Vada Fay Steinbiss, Benjamin F. Butler, Edith Perrit, Emma Fruhe, I^eta Fruhe, Alla May Gaines, Lula Wolfingtonf are warned to appear in this court within thirty days and answer the complaint of the plaintiff. Given under my hand and seal of LEGAL NOTICES_ said court on tihis 15th day of Decem ber, 1913. CffAS H. DAVIS, Clerk. By Allen Hotchkiss, D. C. H. P. Chappell, attorney ad litem. NOTICE OF PUBLICATION. Department of the Interior, U. S. Land Office at Camden, Ark., No vember 21, 1913. Notice is hereby given that James M Gray of Hot Springs, Ark., who on Oct. 23, 1911, made homestead en try No. 06216, for W. 1-2 S. \V. 1-4 Sec. 17, N. E. 1-4 S. E. 1-4 Sec. 18 and N.W.1-4 N.W. 1-4 Sec. 20, town ship 1 S., range 18 W., 5th principal meridian, has filed notice of intention to make final commutation proof, to establish claim to the land above de scribed, before the United States com missioner at Hot Springs, Ark, on the 7tth day of January, 1914. Claimant names as witnesses: Isaac Stone of Hot Springs, Ark. Fred Lanning of Hot Springs, Ark. James T. Hamilton of Mountain Valley, Ark. Jesse M. Howard of Mountain Val ley, Ark. H. G. FRIEDHEIM, 12-2-5w Register. NOTICE OF ANNUAL ELECTION. The stockholders of the Equitable Building and Loan Association of Ho*. Springs, Ark., will hold the annual meeting for the election of five di rectors on the second Monday, the 12th day of January, 1914, at the sec retary's office, 621 Central avenue. Polls open from 3 to 5 p m. HIRAM A. WHITTINGTON, 2w Secretary. WARNING ORDER. In the Gariand Chancery Court. J. G. Winterbotham. Plaintiff, against Walter D. Sullivan, J. P. Henderson, trustee, and Annie French Stump, De fendants. The defendants, Walter D. Sullivan and Annie French Stump, are warned to appear in this Court within thirty days and answer the complaint of the plaintiff, J. G. Winterbotham. Given under my hand and seal of said Court on this 29th day of De cember. 1913. A. G. SULLENBERGER. Clerk. Jno. D. Hoskins, Esq., Attorney ad litem. WARNING ORDER. In the Garland Chancery Court. Clara P. Taylor, plaintiff, against Wil liam B. Taylor, defendant. The defendant, William B. Taylor, is warned to appear In this court within thirty days and answer the complaint of the palntiff. Given under my hand and seal of said court or. the 15th day of Novem ber, 1913. A. G. SULLENBEROER, Clerk. By W. H. Moyston, Deputy Clerk. Leo P. McLaughlin. Esq., attorney ad litem. TAX COLLECTORS NOTICE Notice Is hereby gLen that I will be at the following places on the date named, for the purpose of col lecting taxes on real and personal property and the per capita tax for the year 1913. Baxter Township—Mt. Tabor, Mon day, January 5th, 1914. Mountain Township—Graves School House. Tuesday, January. 6th. Marble Township—Thompy Young’s Residence, Wednesday, January 7th. Mt. Valley Township—Masonic Hall, Thursday, January 8th. Union Township — South Fork School House, Friday. January 9th. Hale Township—Hawes Postoffice, Saturday, January 10th. Lincoln Township — Helms Mill. Monday, January 12, Lee Township—Reynold’s School -^ LEGAL NOTICES_ House, Tuesday, January 13th. Farmer Township—Big Mazarn School House, Wednesday, January 14th. Mazarn Township—Pearcy Postof fice, Thursday, January 15th. Mill Township—Center Star Church Friday, January 16th. Antioch Township—Fourche Luke Church, Saturday, January 17th. uachita Township—Cunningham's Store, Monday, January 19‘h. Bain Township—Crystal Hill School House, Tuesday, January 20th. Phillips Township—Lonsdale, Wed nesday, January. 21st Sulphur Township — Lawrence, Thursday, January 22nd. Hot Springs Township and City of Hot Springs—Court House, January 26th until April 10th, 1914. Will be at each precinct designated outside of the City of Hot Springs from 10 o'clock a m.. until 2 o’clock p. m. Given under my hand as collector of Garland County this 26th day of November, 1913. E T. HOUSLEV, Tax Collector, Garland County, Ark. WARNING ORDER. Jn the Garland Circui* Court. R. L. Gilliam, Plaintiff, against Otis Copeland and Federal 1'nion Surety Company, Defendants The defendant, Otis Copeland, is warned to appear in tihis court within thirty days and answer the complaint of the plaintiff, R. L. Gilliam. Given under my hand and seal of said court on this 3rd day of Janu ary, 1914. A. G. BULLION BERGER, Clerk. .las. S McConnell, Esq., Attorney ad Litem. WARNING ORDER. fn the Garland Chancery Court. E. E Mallory et al., plulntlffw. Against Amanda Akin, et al , defendants. The defendant, Mittle Willey, Is warned to appear In this court within thirty days and answer the complaint of the plaintiff* E E. Mallory et al Given under rny hand and seal of said court on this 18th dav of October. 1913. A O. SULUENBERGKR. Clerk. C. Floyd Huff. Esq.. Atty. Ad. I.ltem SPECIAL NOTICES Dr. R. A. Simpson, office ground floor Arkansas National Bank Build ing. 11-9-tf PLUMBING. GAS AND STEAM FITTING Estimates furnished, prompt service, seasonable prices Third and Ward Ave , phone 2135 or H12. S, U. MARTIN. Kx plumblng Inspector. TO THE PUBLIC. The partnersnlp heretofore existing be tween Ur B. C. Hay and Ur. W O. Forbes (known ns Hav & Forbes! bavin* been terminated by the death of Dr. E. C. Hay. August 6th. 1913. the public Is ad vised that a!! returns nr.fl «eeounis of the said firm are with the surviving part ner, Dr. W. O. Forbes The business will be conducted by him as heretofore, at No. 102 Exchange street. 8-13-tf REAt'TIFtTD new goods arriving daily at Mrs C. Higgins' Art Store, 606 Centra) Ave. 9-17-tf Dr. J. W Wjsetmoreland has taken the offices in the Arkansas National Bank building formerly occupied ny ' Dr. J. M. Harrell, where he will De I found for professional services. If FOR all kinds of cabinet work and fur niture repair, screening and Job carpen tering, see Barnhart, , lu6 Kirk Ht., pphon D58. 3-2-ttf READY FOR BUSINESS. Wm. Borman A Bros., plumbers, are now located at the corner of Central and Grand avenues, with a complete new stock. We are prepared to do all manner of plumbing, heating and gas fitting work. I,et us know your wants 9-9-tf DR E F. WINEGAR has removed to his old location destroyed by fire March 7, at 346-348 Central avenue. -t-tf Dr. C. T. Drennen’s office is now permanently located at Morning Sid* Sanatorium, corner Mountain and Exchange street. 11-5-tf Is now located at 123 Central ave nue. Phone 88 . 10-7-tf ANNOUNCEMENTS For Prosecuting Attorney. Tthe Sentinel-Record is authorized to announce W. G, BoTiic as a candi date for the office of prosecuting at torney for this judicial district, sub ject to the action of the democratic primary. For Sheriff. The Sentinel-Record Is authorized to announce Brad 0. Smith as a can didate for the office of sheriff of Gar land county, subject to the action of the democratic primary. FOR COUNTY JUDGE. The Sentinel-Reecord is authorized to announce the candidacy of J. \\ Alford for county and probate judge, subject to the action of the Demo cratic primary. FOR CONGRESS. The Sentinel-Record is authorized to announce Congressman S. M. Taylor as a candidate for re-election as rep resentative in congress of the Seventh congressional district, subject to the action of the democratic primary. FOR COUNTY TREASURER. The Sentinel-Record is authorized to announce Jesse Murphy as a can didate for county treasurer of Gar land county, subject to the action of the democratic primary. FOR CONSTABLE. The Sentinel-Record is authorized to announce Joe Lankford as a can didate for constable of Hot Springs township, subject to tile action of the Democratic primary. FOR COUNTY SUPERINTENDENT. The Sentinel-Record is authorized to announce David A. Crockett as a candidate Tor the ofllce of county su perintendent of rural schools, his > an didacy being subject to the action of the Democratic party. FOR COUNTY SUPERINTENDENT. Ttie Sentinel-Record is authorized ■ to announce Emery M. Martin as a candidate for county superintendent of rural s< bools, subject to the action of the Democratic primary. FOR CIRCUIT CLERK. The 'Sentinel-Record is authorized to announce A. O. Sullenherger as a candidate for circuit and chancery clerk of Garland county, subject to the action of the Democrat! primary. BURKE REPORT READY. Probe of Panama Commission Depart ment Nears End. Washington, Jan. . Special agents Investigating the dealings with Buro peun firms of John Burke, manager or the commissary department of the Panama railroad, have (completed their work and reported to Maj. K. C*. Boggs, general purchasing officer of the lBthmian Canal Commission. Secretary Garrison today instructed Maj. Bo^gs to forward the report to Col. Goethals, chairman of the Pan ama etuial oonunlsaion. The report was not made public. k was alleged that Burke had prof ited by receiving gratuities from 'firms from whom | shy it uses were made. The Is‘part met it of Justice lias not yet ruled whether Burke, as an em ploye of the Panama railroad is em ployed by the government or by a private con>oration. The nature of any action Ool. Goethals may take in the case depends on this question. - o-— Mr. W. B BocKafellow (has returned to the city and Is now connected with the Hickman Music Store. 12 12 lm The reason why so much space in the newspapers is devoted to advertising is be cause the people who pay for it find that the publicity helps their business. More space is being used that way every year. If you doubt it, take a file of the Sentinel-Record and see. Mr. Merchant, what other people find helpful will be helpful to you.