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The Sentinel=record. (Hot Springs, Ark.) 1900-current, February 06, 1914, Image 4

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I BEGINNING SATURDAY, 9 1. M. FEB. 7th, FOB 13 BAYS
$25,000 worth of high grade Dry Goods, Clothing, Shoes, Hats, Ladies’ Ready- |
to-Wear Furnishings, Groceries, Hardware 1
I To Be Sacrificed at Public Sale to Raise Money I
I Nothing Reserved, everything marked in plain figures down to the limit for Quick Stock Reduction and Money Raising. In ac- I I
cordance with our established policy of only two Sales each year—we are now prepared to offer the I j
public our first sale this year and propose to make this Sale I
r THE GREATEST BARGAIN EVENT EVER OFFERED
A Clean Bonifide Stock Reduction Sale with wonderful money saving opportunities, that demand the attention of every man,
woman and child in Hot Springs or Garland County. Watch for big circulars announcing
details, and follow the crowd, 9 a. m. Saturday to
S. A. BURROUOH & OO.
te., and Summer St. By the Calahan System South Hot Springs 1
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Japanese goods to be sold at ’.'Or
on the dollar. Sale begins Saturday,
!• a. in., 412 Central Ave. No fake or
auction. Just plan old stniightfor j
ward dosing out and leaving town.
50c on the dollar, and n $:!5 000 stock
to select from.' 412 Central Ave.
--o
.Toe Alford is reported quite ill at
his home.
R. L. Werneehe. and B U Collyer,
two of the leading lights in the com
mercial world In Chicago, arrived at'
the Majestic hotel today for a pro
tracted visit.
U il. Ben net of Montieeilo, a neph
ew of Mr. Frank P. Walker, has ar
rived in the city, and will in the fu
ture be e nnected with the Sorrels’
Drug Company.
tr^'l
I Where the Stranger Spends— |
Who wins this trade and what is it worth?
Did you ever stop to think how many strangers there are in town
every week, every month, and to wonder how much money they spend
here and who gets it and why?
There are the tourists w ho are in and out every day. There are
other people who come for treatment and stay for periods ranging
from three to six weeks. There are the men, women and youngsters
who come a-visiting friends and relatives, and new-comers who are
constantly moving in to occupy the new-built houses and to take the
place of other families who mave away.
We don’t notice them, hut the Station Agent does, and the Real
Estate man and the Moving Van Man does they can tell you about I
them. Who gets their money when they come and while they stay? |Kj
When the Tourist wants to buy something and looks around for
a place to spend his money,
I he Store With the Electric Sign Has 1
the Hest Chance to Win His trade B
And it is the same with the new family just moved in and with the peo
ple who come here for treatment. They are free from the habit of
prejudice. They buy where their fancy carries them, and their fancy
invariably leads them to the bright, cheerful, up-to-the-minute look
ing store that flashes its message to them from afar. I
“Yours for service,
Citizens Electric Company i
The public is entitled to co urteous treatment and to
the best possible service.
SOCIETY CONTINUED.
(Continued from page three.)
big northern and eastern cities, as
well as a li st of southern cities,
storming tlie pulatlon hostelry all
week, it is fair to prophesy that the
banner gathering of the season will
attend. Manager Corriiagton is out
with his customary cordial invitation
to the guests at the other fashion
able hotels, as well as the resident
-.mart set, to join his guests in the
lancing-and attending jollity.
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CONG. HOUSE OF ISRAEL.
Services at the Tenipie, corner
Ju.apaw and Market streets, this
■vening. Rabbi Rhine will preach.
Fhe public is cordially invited.
The Fhilathea class will hold a
rake and candy sale at Duffy's store;
an Saturday, February 7. Friends of
:liis class and others are cordially In
cited to aid them.
-o
i Personals ji
reaaTeT-^^-^-- — — ~ *,„ • «.*l ,
Adjustant Howard of the Salvation
Army is quite sick.
F. M. Sigler has gone to Chicago
>n a business visit,
Jack Horne, Jr., is visiting his
nother, 112 Central Ave.
Mrs. John .1. Reeves of Lake Village,
at., is a guest at the Arlington.
Henry Thurston of Rector, is visit
ng Mrs. J. Horne, 142 Central Ave.
Mr. and Mrs. John T. Roland of
’eoria 111., are guests at the East*
nan.
\V. O. Rotiic has returned from Mt.
da. where lie went on a political mis
non.
R. W. Nicolson, joined the New
fork contingent at the Majestic hotel
oday.
Mr, \. J. Mnth and wife of Metn
iliis, Temi.. arc located at the Wauke
iha Hotel.
Mr. and Mrs. Harry S. I.avine of
''ovelami, Ohio, are guests, at tin;
Arlington.
Mrs, Oscar Collins is in Chicago, on
i visit to her sister, Mrs. Ingersol
Jood win.
Miss Stella Clay has gone to Ohi
ago, where she will make iier fu
ll ro home.
Mrs. Cora Higgins (has returned
fom New York where she made
Hiring purchases.
James F. Gaffney, one of the Tam ]'
many Braves of New York, is regis
tered at the Arlington.
Mm. Megginson of Boloxi, Miss, is
here on a visit to his brother. Mr.
Megginson, of the Duffle store.
Mrs. F. N Davis of Kansas City is
here on an extended visit to her
daughter, Mrs Frank P. Walker.
H. J. Falls, one of Shreveport’s
leading citizens, accompanied by his
wife, arrived at the Majestic Hotel
today.
C. H. Owens, of New Orleans, one
of the Crescent city’s prominent busi
ness men is registered at the Majes
tic hotel.
S. B. Rosenthal of St. Louis joined
his wife and daughter at the Arling
ton yesterday, lie ran down to spend
the week-end.
James Gormley and Thomas Minton
of Boston, Mass., were prominently
included among yesterday's arrivals I
at the Arlington. j
Mrs. John S. Blevins Troy, Ohio, (
and Solomon Blevins, Dave n, Ohio,
are among the late arrisal= 3* the
Waukesha Hotel.
Mr. and 'Mrs. Joseph ft. Ruben < f
'McKeesport, I’a., were Included
among the eastern arrivals reaching
the Arlington yesterday.
B K. Lamport, of Mount Vernon,
flk. intends spending the balance of
the winter in the valley. He is a
guest at the Majestic hotel.
Mr. and Mrs. 0. J. Long of St. .
Louis reached the Kastman yesterday.
They are in tlie iSpa for a stay of
three or four weeks’ duration
Mr. a ml Mrs. Thomas C. Boswell
I' Troy, N. Y, w ho reached I lie Arl
ington yesterday, plan making a stay <
of three or four weeks’ duration.
Mr. and Mrs. 0. B Pearson or
'Washington. I). C., are guests at the .
Eastman. They registered yesterday i
and plan making an extended stay. 1
Amongst the late arrivals at the !
Majestic Hotel are ]!. Fox, Chi- i
cago: Mrs. E. Brownell and daughter, 1
of Buffalo. N. Y.; Mrs. S. /. Wagon- •
er, Rt. Louis, Mo. t
Mr. and Mrs. ,T H. Ruibon and tlieir <
daughter registered at the Arlington
yesterday from Minneapolis, Minn, j
Mr. Ruben is one of the northwest’s i(
foremost theatrical men.
The Chicago colony at, tlie Eastman |
was added to yesterday by the ar
rival or Mr. and Mrs. William Far
»n »nd M. Leslie H«sld; Sjtr. and ,
Mrs. K. R. Osgood and Mr. ami Mrs- -
E. Cl. Dick. ]
Mr and Mrs. Daniel MV-Clinch or ;
liiludelphla, Pa., who aiwa/s arrive ;
in early February f£>r a two months'
visit, reached the Arlington yesterday
In company with Eugene Maresch,
Mrs. Mi-Clinch's brother.
The Pittsburg colony at the Arling
ton was materially increased yester
day by the arrival of Mr. and Mrs.
James C. (lormley and daughter and
Air. and Mrs John \V. Shay and fMiss
Adele Shay. They plan making an ex
tended visit.
Will Lake has returned from St.
8-ouis where lie met with the Moun
tain Valley Springs Company, and
was elected secretary and general
manager. The business here will be
under his direction in the future, and
some material improvements ure to
he made.
Prominent among yesterday's ar
rivals at the Arlington were Mr. and
Mrs John G. Joyce of Most n, Mas ",
and Mr. and Mrs. Thomas \V. Joyce
of Providence, Ft I. Mr. J. O. Joyce
was in the Spa four seasons ago unn
is one of our staunchest champion .
The two fashionable couples plan
making a substantial stay.
The Chicago wing at the Arlington
was further increased yesterday by
the arrival of Thomas A. ©myth, Jo
seph E. Smyth, his son, and Miss Sa
rah Smyth, his daughter. Mr. Smyth
Is trustee of the drainage canal. Mrs j
A. Born, Marcus Heiman, Ft. Elen
II F. McFJvoy, it. W. McKvoy, Mr
and Mrs. Simon Ilasterlik also reg
istered from Chicago
Among the tourists reaching ‘bo
Eastman yesterday and planning upon
paying substantia! visits were Charles
Path and his Bister, Mrs Hansom, of
Cleveland. Ohio; L. O. Crane of Bos
ion. Mass.; George A. Wattles ami
Jeorge < Wattles of Canton. Ohio;
. eorge J. Hagaman of St- Ixmis; Mr.
Hid Mrs F Myers of San Antonio,
]>.<.. .md Abe Colin and Sig Wolfort
>1 St. latiiis, two of the Spa's regu
ars.
Included In yesterday's unusually
irrivai at tft** Arlington were H. K
Street and Mr# Thomas .Hudspeth «
•'airhanks, Oklrf.; 8. II. Croll of New
fork ('tty; Rngene McSweenoy o'
Saginaw, IMieh.; Thomas Dixon, la.:
Stephen Lincoln. P. Meyer, R*ra
Vaich and Miss Viola Fitzpatrick "f
Tlie Leopard's Spots” Company, last
liglit’s attraction af the Auditorium:
toorge Van SeAoick of Albany, N ' :
Samuel Loeh of Dulivth, Minn : A.
llirahams of Louisvine, Ky.: Joseph
l. Kppstein and 'll. I>vy of Farmer
.’ity. 111.; .7. D. Wallen of Tampico,
dexlco: M. L. Hatrse of Peoria, 111"
V R. Rates of (Memphis, and John A.
Viliam of l/oulsville. Ky. ■
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Japanese goods to Ire sold at “oOe
in the dollar. Sale begins Saturday,
i a. m., 412 Central Ave. No fake or
motion. .Inst plan old straightfor
ward closing out and leaving town,
»hc on the dollar, and a J35.W0 stock
o select from. 412 Central Ave.

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