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The Sentinel=record. (Hot Springs, Ark.) 1900-current, April 12, 1914, SECOND SECTION, Image 15

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CLASSIFIED COLUMNS
ONE CENT A WORD EACH INSERTION.
POSITIVELY ALL CLASSIFIED ADS CASH
WANTED
WANfllll -Good Wages (mill for s.nn;j;
'jill-phone 1561. 1:17 Crest at. i-7-iu
WANTED—A young laily stenographei,
diie who can also do some office wot it
.Apply in own handwriting. Address
J\.sniffIre Box 40.1, city. 4-5 U
WANT—4 «r 5-room cottage, close in, In
permanent couple with one child,’
ground floor apartment (unfurnishedi.
Address "H,” this office. 4-H-lf
WANT MU- A competent wait rest a.so
chambermaid. Apply 1’.. this office.
S-tlS-tf
WANTED—Roomers and boarders in
(iiivatc family; rates reiisonahle i‘hine
I silt. 177 Cedar street. 5-Jt-im
To EXCHANGE—Angiahe computing
scales, for groceries and feed. Addr s
II E. Holmes. R. E. iJ. No. 1. -1 -1f
WANTKl)—To buy a 110 to 115 room room
ing house, close in. J’hoi.e lus7
3-11 -tf
\\ \NTEU - Reputable Arkansas ,uo nts
for l’enn. Mutuul Life; splendid .,”. ms
-enewtil contract. Address h'id 1; |;.,|.
ding, Araknsas manager, Litllc |gt
Aik. 1-4-Iyr
ANYBODY can earn $20 weekly rais
ing mushrooms, in cellars, sheds,
boxes, etc. Markets waiting. Free
booklet. Hiram Barton, 31W West tktli
street. New York.
The only Pencil Company manufac
turing and printing tlieir own pen
oils lor the advertising trade ex
cluslVely, wants a good representa
tive for this territory. Liberal com
mission basis. Standard Pencil
Company, Hutchinson, Kansas.
WIDOW, -Pi, with means wants cor
respondence with gentleman ol means.
Want good husband. Lena Bill up,
Box (126, Hugo, Ok la.
FOR RENT —Furnished apartments, fur
mice heat, every convenience. c.M.d loca
tion. near batli houses. (1 ti. Mullery,
116 Carlton Terrace. Rhone li95.
9-9-tf
LIGHT. AIRY housekeeping looms, one
block from tiath house, electric lighls;
J1 5« op per week. 1116 Couit.
WANTED—Cash (paid for second-hand
clothing, trunks and suit cases lilt
Ouachita Ave. 5-15-tf
.JANES (X- REYNOLDS buy and s. 11 all
k 1 mis of new ami Hecond-hand furniture;
also general contractors, build-p- and re
pnirent. 90S llolmon. J’hune sag. U-13-lf
HI.tJEPRINTINO—P. D. Q. electric
rain or shine any else—prices right—
4uk-9 Citizens National Bank Building.
1-25-tf
DRESSMAKER, first Class; goes out
ilaily or weekly; reasonable terms Box
193. Postoffice. /-20-lm
LOYD & SON,
New and Second Hand Furniture
Bought. Sold and Exchanged.
Roofing a Specialty.
202 Third St. Phone 71
SECOND HAND FURNITURE
We buy and sell for cash and
can save you money either way.
Let us list your goods; we pay
the most.
ERMEV 4 SONS. Phone 338.
9-27-tf
WANTED—I pity cash for men's anil
women's rlothlng. trunks am) suit eases.
8. Schwam. 133 Central Ave 12-5-tf
\V 11,HON KI'UNITI'ltK <'«> lmy anil sail
new anil annunil-lmnil furnlttir*' N»*\v
More 431-123 Ouachita avenue. I’linne
2223. 2-14-tf
FOR RENT
1‘tiR UKNT Rooms I'd housekeeping;
water, lights unit gas furnished in w and
<l.:m .'Ml Whittington A\t‘ Rhone r»>C!
Mrs II. Parker. <-10 !w
FOR RENT—81st -room 'ornlshed cot
tage; all conveniences. Plume 1222.
3-11 tf
ToMIlUOR APARTMENT <»ne « '™m
apartment with sleeping porch an Rout
*■•'1*.. all modern uoressorle liiipilre En
mai Until Mouse or phone 1966. 4-9-tf
MRS. 14. SHANNON. (32 I 1 Central av
enue. rooms for rent: rates reasonable;
steam heat. Phone 671. 9-29-tf
Ft iR RENT Clp ap, unfurnished baht
housekeeping rooms. (Ml. Park Ate Ap
ply offer 6 p. m., W. V. Henry, Prop.
2-27-lyr
i • ■!< rent ,\ brand new brick hotel
with 2il looms, office, kitchen anil din
iiiB room extra. Running water and «as
In each room. Fine location, one-half
block from both house. Apply R I •
Williams, phone 302. 3-1 >-lf
i i'it RENT George p. Leathermnn reel
ilenee. 426 Spring street, furnished or
unfurnished; lerms reasonable. tnouire
K U Jaggers, 615 Central avenue Phone
1067. 8-7“ ?
FOR RENT -Nleelv furnished rooms,
with ui without boat il 802 Quapnw ave
nue. Phone 1191. Rales reasonable.
3-4-ltn
Fur rent 526 Orange SR, modern 5
loom roll.uje. hot and cold water; huh.
e|i in;, lipliisaial tea s stove. Ploui. RR".
"I i all 415 <J tin paw avenue. Mi
Stone 8-16-tf
FOR rent -Furnished cot i .
llvlit housekeeping apartments; from $15
per month and up; take Park avenue i ar
to liell street, Impure at No. RR Photic
1655. 3-13-Im
F* >R RENT Newly furnished rooms.
Wdh pa heat and electric lielits ('Ml
phone 2a53 or apply aat 361 Whittington
Ave. 2-28-lm
Ql'Kl.I.A APARTMENTS Two and
room famished apartments; modern. 308
Park Ave. Phone 1023.
FOR RENT -Elegant furnished cottages.
Whittington Ave. Apply 473 Whit
tington. Phone 634. 11-1-tf
FOR rent—Office rooms, up stairs
‘H 1-2 Central avenue. Call and
them.
3-6
plE PI.A7.A —522 Spring St, pice rooms
nd housekeeping apartments, reason
hle: beautiful location, cool and shady
i«rd and sleeping porches. Mrs, M. F.
'teen, phone 954.
MMANTON'S FURNISHED COTTAMEH.
10 Ravine St, 9-lS-tf
'PUN I si I El > ROOMS For sleeping or
‘ouaekecping, one block from Central
11.50 per week and up. 320 Market
fORRENT-Nlcely furnished tin
L'i!i ro.» incottnges; all mode
, ' l»est le. ideri' p pnrt **f t
^‘noiihMh F*-ui a niiiif yo?
8-20-tf
‘•♦ ncfs; |,es| ie.s|ileni e pint
rent. Apply 207 i *
for rent
" f'' *>uy Rerunil-hand fin
Ul-h J | i ft,,.
Rtwi-t . Phone 624.
no. hlgh«‘«t
. 1 n Volley
S-.’S-tf
Clean Furnished Cottages—$15.00
per month up—Near bath houses.
Thos. Doherty, 705 Malvern Ave.
Phone 547.
Poll RENT—
roumH, near
nourt.
Sleeping :inil housekeeping
baths, t- a week I’tS
:i-2S-lm
l'(>H KKN I Modcin . room cottage.
Apply 115 Crest St. 4-10-1 w
I'(>lt RENT—Canute room for three
cars, in rear of Woodcock Flats. Ap
o!y to VV. A. Woodcock. 4-11-1 w
FUR RENT—Handsomely furnished
apartments with sleeping porch, 222
Oak. Phone 990. 4-10-tl
•-J_
RENT—Nicely furnished rooms and
tiats for housekeeping; all conveniences;
gas, running water, electric lights, close
*? tfLe 'f',ater: Iron. Magnesia, Arsenic,
Hock, Radium springs; see these rooms
before locating. Take Park Ave. cars to
. .>28 Park Ave. J. B. Burges. M-ll -If
I t1 dl KENT—Itesi-rahle rooms fur gentle
men. 418 Reserve avenue, l’liunu
I 4-6-lm
FOR KENT- -A finely furnished five
room flat; on ear line, 068 Ouachita Ave.;
"■‘til, r ,s and electric light facilities;
hath and closet, no small children; the
fl .t D admit uhly arranged for two email
fmllles; references exchanged. full at
iio.uhita Ave. or on John II. Lewis,
C25 Central Ave. * 1-11-tf
WANTED-to buy lliiee or four-room
collage; terms must lie reeasunahle. Ad
dle - II. J., care Sentinel-Kecord.
11-C-tf
FOR SALE
F<*!t FA IAj—A l»i»t** 1 of 21 rooms, rinse
in reasonable tent. Phone 2**05. 4-5-tt
M»li SALK You ought to buy this, luOx
■Jim fet*t .mi Spring St . Hush In, $5,000. 1
One of my very best offerings. Fin** for |
apartments. SV. T. Hawkins, 621* 1 -'l
Central Ave. 4-5-tfl
! SALK Child's automobile drawn at
Koval 'floater by Mrs. Georgia It. Hunt,
805 1-2 Malvern Ave. 4-5-1 w
Foli SALK OH UKNT — To party who
u 111 buy stork, U0 acres-. fine 6-room
house ,iiid outbuildings; one-half mile
fi< in end of car line. Address L). A. T.,
this office. 4-5-lm
FOR SALE—Restaurant, centrally Jurat-,
ed. Inquire 519 Quapuw avenue. Mrs !
L. F. McKle. 4-3-lw j
FOR SALE—Twent.vft.uie room hotel,
modern, centrally lotwted and doing a
good business; rent reasonable. Address ;
’ Hotel,” this office. 4-5-tf ,
FOR SALE—Nine-room house, full of
roomers, rent reasonable; bad health. 320
Market St. 3-29-tf
FOR SALE—A 6-room cottage cm Pros
pect Ave.; chose in; for quick sale will
take $:.\700. Phone 2046. 3-21-tt
FOR SALK White Hock eggs f*»r setting
Apply x Cedar Terrace. 2-12-tf
FOR SALE—Good building lots in Mellard
A- Belding’s Addition. Price $150 each.
Ask M, K. McGuire Barber, 205 Third
street. 3-8-tf
FOR all kinds of cabinet work and fur
niture- repair, screening and job carpen
tering. see Barnhart, luti Kirk St. Phone
558. 3-2-tf
KOIt SALK -Four-room furnished flat,
at 133 1-2 Central Ave. Phone 2101*.
:;-i4-tf
FOR SALE—Five passenger touring car,
fully equipped, at a bargain. Address
Box 274. 12-2-tf
FOR SALK Block of furnished cottages,
six single, two double, one block from
Army and Navy Hospital. Bounded by
Re . iv Ave . Spring and Laurel Sts. For
Information write J S. Maginnis, iddge
way. Pa. 9-16-lf
FOR SALE Good hotH proposition; easy
let ms. Address Box 54 4, city. 3-12-tf
FOR HARK—1Thirty acres, tlve
rutjrn house und good oui-hullii
Ihh; one ii.lle Horn town on Mal
vern road. Airs. M. J. Mooney,
II. K. No. 3. 3-11-lm
Foil 8A1VB—Best storm buggy
and young horse In this city;
horse only 6 years old; without a
blemish, and trots bettor than 3
mlnute gait; oeifoot outtlt; best
ri usons for selling. Address P. O.
tlnx M, City. 2-1-tf
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FOR BARE OR EXCHANGE—20 acres 4
miles west of the city of Free no, C'al.;
house. l>arn, ami other Improvements;
abundance of water, both ditch and well;
alfalfa all around it: full particulars first
letter: S.ilue, f.'t.fiOO; mortgage ll'OO. If
exchange, prefer vacant In business see
Iion Jos Ft* well, Room 316. Forsythe
jildg, Fresno. Cal. 9-17-tf
ARKANSAS AUTO COMPANY
"Valley Red,” Manager.
AGENT FOR HUPMOBILE.
8('V,n Passenger West colt Tour
ing oar.M for litre <t iy or night.
TELEPHONE 400.
I [.’ok SAI.K At it bargain. "tie four-room
I house and two bits: btirn. chicken hop e,
pond well; potato or storm cellar: one
third down: easy terms for balance Call
at 111 Malvern avenue. 4-3-lmo
MISCELLANEOUS
WHEN In need of automobile ■Uppltaa
call on rludps-Evan* 11.19-333 Market
street. Phone 451. i ln-tr
WE wish to announce that we have open,
ed an nutomoblls supply house and pi
nt,,. and we respectfully solicit a share
of the patronage of automobile owners
and drivers. We have a full «
supplies. Phelps-Evans, 2.9-33.1 Mariot
•treat. Phone 11 _
“ w PARKER- Highest cash prices
naiil for hides, copper, brass, lead, zinc
1 irwfoll. sacks rags bone. »t ease. etc.
phone 1377 West '.rami Ave. ..- ' .
DRINK OAKI.AWN MINERAL WATER
for atomach and kidney trouWe ^
llvered to all paits of the > ^ ^ ^
1496. _ . _
PRINK Sodium Spring ";l,f>r '.f'V'11
fcw4&”sa ss'sr stfaB
Street. ___..
| r. M b' BLUEPRINTING!- rah. «
«hlne any alz^ »ny ti Itldg.
Prices right 4lP>-9 lhi*cu» l- ’5-tf
Hot flpilnua
FOR SALE
BUNGALOW
! FOR SALE
Big Bargain if taken
i at once.
Address,
OWNER, P. 0. Box 575
MISCELLANEOUS
I YOU can get gasoline and oil .lay or
night at Phelps-Evans Auto Supply Co..
3119-333 Market St.
BISAI'TIl'l’Ij new goods arriving dally at
Mrs. C. Higgins' Art Store. BOG Central
Ave. 9-17-tf
STORE your automobile with us. we
will take good care of your car. Phelps*
Evans, 329-333 Maritet street. Phone 454.
3-10-tf
MONEY TO LOAN.
On Good Hot Springs Real Estate.
1 am treasurer of a trust fund, amount
ing to $18,000. that we desire to loan In
sums of $1,000 or more on good Hot
Springs leal .estate, at i • .r-mnable in
terest.
Address S Cooper, Central avenue and
Fountain street, or phone 202.
3-ir.-ir
LOST AND FOUND
JvGST—On Central Ave. pearl ear
ring Return to 318 Whittington. Re
ward. 4-ll-llt
LEGAL NOTICES
SALE OF COLLATERAL SECURITIES.
Notice Is hereby given that the under
signed wilt offer -at public sale at the
office of the Seeudity Bunk In the oily of
I llot Springs, Arkansas, on Monday, the
j 13th day of April, 1914, at 13 o'clock tin,
to the highest atol lie-jl bidder, fot cash,
tin' following described property, to-w'it
Six promissory notes executed b\ Iv N
McDonald payable to It. T. White, and
! endorsed by It. T. White in blank. S lid
notes being six in number of the face
I yalue of $150-00 iaeh. dated tlctober Btii,
i 3913, and with interest from date until
1 paid at the rate of ten per cent pet- an
num, payable respective!.* on the fii st
day of tlie months of April, Jui> and Oc
tober, 1014, and January. April and July,
i 1915; said notes being secured by a chat
tel mortgage on the barber shop fixtures
now situated in what is known a,s the
PRINCESS-' BARBER SIKH*, on Central
avenue In the city of Hot Springs, Ar
kansas'.
Raid notes are held as collateral secur
ity for the due payment "f « note from
H. B. White to the undersigned, now
past due.
HOT SPRINGS SAVINGS TRUST &
GUARANTY CO.
■4-1 -13th
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
U R. Hand Office at Camden, Ark.,
April 3, 1014.
Notice is hereby given that Thomas R.
Owen, of Ml Valiev Route. Hoi Spring-.
Arkansas, who, on August 1, 1907. made
11 no-st. ad Entry'No. 30X00 (Serial No.
' ::r,41, fur the R 1-3 NE l-l. Section 13.
Township 1 S.. Range 10 W . 5th princi
pal meridian, has filed notice of inten
tion to make final five-year proof, to es
tablish claim to the land above describ
ed. before the 1'. S Commissioner at Hot
Springs, Arkansas, on the 14th day of
Mis. 1014.
Claimant names as witnesses: Charles
Holland of Mountain Valles’, Arkansas;
Jeff Holland, of Mountain Valles Aikan.
st-: Charles (Irlsham. of Mountain Val
ley, Arkansas; Ben Willoughby, of Moun
tain Valley. Arkansas.
1! C, FRIEDIIKIM. Register.
Tlie Sentlnel-rtecnrd, Hot Rprings.
NOTICE.
Notice Is hereby Riven that I "'ill on
the mil (lay (if April. 1914. cause to be
sold to tile hiRliest bidder for cash, at
the (Treat Northern hotel, between the
hours of in «. m. ntul 12. noon, two
trunks and contenhs; also one watch:
the above described property to he sold
under an act of the Rener.it asscmbiv
No. -IT. C S Wild JAM RON. .lit
Manager Great Northern Hotel
TO THE PUBLIC.
The ivartnershlp heretofore existing be
tween Dr. E. C. Hay and Dr. W. O.
Forties (known ns Hay & Forbes) ha vine
been terminated by the death of Dr E. C
Hay. August 6th, 1913, the public Is ad
vised that all records arid accounts of
the said firm are with the surviving part
ner. Dr. W. O. Forbes. The business will
he conducted by him as heretofore, at
No 102 Exchange street. 8-13-tf
COMMISSIONER'S SALE.
Notice is hereby Riven, that In pursu
ance of the authority and directions
contained in the decretal order of the
chancery court of Garland county, made
and entered on the 19th day of January
A D lull. In a certain cause (No. SC 121
then pending therein between King l'>
Flowers, complainant, and .1 H Gantt
and l izzie Gantt, defendants, the under
signed as commissioner of said court, will
offer for sale at public vendue to the
highest bidder, at the front door or en
trance of the county court house, at the
corner of f'nurt and Exchange streets, in
which said court is held. In the county of
Garland, within the hours prescribed bv
law for indicia! sales, on Friday, the 17th
day Ilf April A. D. 1911. the following
described real estate, to-wlt:
Hots sixtv (611) and sixty-one (61), In
block ninety (91)). of Mellaril ,V- ReldlngV
Addition to the city of Hot Springs, in
Garland count.'', Araknsas.
Terms of sale: On a credit of three
months, the purchaser being required to
execute a bond as required bv law and
the order and decree of said court in said
cause with approved security, hearing
Interest at the rale of six ffi) per rent
per annum from date of sale until paid,
anil a lien being, retained on the prem
ises sold to secure Hie payment of the
purchase money.
Given under my hand this 25th day of
March,
A. D 1914
A G. srTJ.ENHERGF.il.
Commissioner in Chancery.
WARNING ORDER.
In the Justice of the Peace Court in and
for Hot Springs Tow nship. Garland i
County, Arkansas. IP fore It Hinton, I
iVm. II. Shelton and Son, Plaintiff, I
vs.
Rumley Product Co.. Defendants.
The above named defendant, Pnmlev
Product Cii., Is hereby warned to appear
n this court and answer the comnlalnt
,f the pinintif'1 Wm M. Shelton and Son,
ivlthln thlrtv days from dale hereof.
Given tinder mv hand and seal this 13th
lay of March. 1914. „ tUNTON.
Justice of the Peace
A Cobh, Attorney ad litem.
STOCKHOLDERS' MEETING.
Notice is hereby given that the an
lU il stockholders' meeting of the Arllng
on Hotel Co will lie lielil In the office
if the Arlington Hotel on Monday April
3 at 11 o'clock a. m . for the election
,f' a board of directors to serve for the
.nulling veal and for the transaction of
ueh other business as may lawfully i
ome before them
JOE \V. COR1UNGTON.
Secretary. t
LEGAL NOTICES
WARNING ORDER.
In tile Garland Chancery Court.
Esther Verse v Plaintiff, against William
Vesscy, Defendant.
The deft ndunt, William Vesscy, is
warned to appear in this court within
thirty days and answer the. complaint of
plain tiff, Esther Vesscy.
Given under my hand and seal of said
court this fdh day of March, It'll.
A. (I. 81’I. I. K NMERGER, Clerk.
A. J. Murphy. Esq .
Attorney ad Litem.
ADMINISTRATOR’S NOTICE,
Notice is hereby given that the under
signed. as administrator of the estate of
S. A. 1’eden. deceased, will apply to the
probate court of Garland county, Arkan
sas. on the tilth day of April, 1914, or as
soon thereafter as he can he heard, and
on n day not later than four weeks after
the first publication of this notlee. for an
order authorizing and directing the sale
of certain real estate belonging to saldl
estate, lying and being situated In Gar
land county. Arkansas, to-wit:
Lot ML’) twelve of block t34) tlrirty
four. In Smith Hot Springs as mapped
and platted b.V the Commissioners of the
Chancery Court of Garland county. Ar
kansas. whose report and bill of assur
ance was approved by older of said
Chancery Court dated the 14th day of
October. 1893, and recorded In Volume
Number 15 at pages 832-836 of the Rec
ords of Deeds and Mortgages of Garland
county Arkansas.
The above described lands or so much
thereof as will he necessary for the pur
pose of paying the debts probated against
the estate of 8. A. Peden. deceased
Given under my hand at Hot Springs,
Arkansas, tills the 20th day of March,
1914.
J. H. PEDEN,
Adminlstrnator of the Estate of S. A.
t’eden, Deceased.
M S. * ARTHUR COBH,
Attorneys for the Administrator.
WARNING ORDER.
In the Garland Circuit Court.
Memphis. Dallas it Gulf Railroad Com
pany. Plaintiff, against T. H. Lilly.
Defendant.
The defendant, T. IT. T.illy, Is warned
to appear in tills court within thirty days
and answer the complaint of the plaintiff,
Memphis, Dallas & Gulf Railroad Cum
pa any.
Given under my hand and sea! of said
court on this 3rd day of February, 11*14.
A G. SULI.KNHKRGEU, Clerls.
C. Floyd Huff. Esq.. Attorney ad Idtem.
WARNING ORDER.
In the Garland Chancery Court.
Mrs. Edith Steele, Plaintiff,
Against
Prince Albert Steele, Defendant.
Tile defendant, Prince Albert Steele. Is
warned to appear in this court within
thirty days and answer the complaint of
tiie plaintiff
Given under my hand and seal of said
court on tills 33rd day of March, 1914.
(Seal) A. (}. SUI.i ,KN MERGKIl.
Clerk.
H. P CnAPPEl.I,. Esq., •
Attorney ad I,Item.
By W. H. MOYSTON, 1). C.
WARNING OHDErt.
In the Grlnnd Chancery Court.
Joe F. Keys. Plaintiff, against Annie
Keys, Defendant:
Tiie defendant, Annie Keys. Is warned
to appear in this court within thirty
days and answer tiie complaint of the
plaintiff.
Given under my hntul and seal of said
couit on this 12th tine of March, 1914.
A. G. SULLEN MERGER. Clerk.
A. T. DAVIES, ESQ,
Attorney ad litem.
By W. H. Moyston, Deputy Clerk.
(Seal)
NOTICE OF SALE.
The undersigned, as administratrix of
the estate of Dan A. Stuart, deceased,
will sell at public auction to the high
est and best bidder therefor at the front
door of the building situated at (he cor
ner of Court and Exchange streets, now
occupied as a court house, in and for
Garland county, between the hours of
judicial .sales, on Wednesday, tile 1st
day of April, 1914. the following describ
ed tract and parcel of land situated in
Garland county, to-wit:
Tiie north half of tiie northwest quar
ter of section twenty-three (23). town
ship three (3) south, range twenty (20)
west.
Terms of Sale-—On a credit of three
months, the purchaser being required to
execute bond, with sufficient security for
tiie payment of the purchase priee, and
a lien to he retained upon the premises
sold until the purchase price shall be
fully paid.
This 3d day of March. 1914.
HARRIET K STUART,
Administratrix of tiie Estate of Dan A.
Stuart, Decased. 3-11-2H
NOTICE OF RECEIVERS SALE.
Notice Is hereby given that the un
dersigned, as receiver of the estate of
Coutiee Brothers, bankrupt, in conform
ity with the decretal order of Charles
C. iWu'ers, referee in bankruptcy, made
and had on (he 2nd day of April, 1914,
will, on I lie 141 h day of’April. 1914. Is -
j tween the hours of 9 a. m. and 3 p. m.,
| proceed to sell at their former place
, of business at the corner of Central avc
I nue and Olive street. Hot Springs, Ark .
1 at public outcry to the highest bidder,
the personal property, consisting of a
[-'nek of furniture and tinusohold gooils.
book accounts and store fixtures.
| Terms of Sab -One-half of tiie pur
: chase price to he paid Jn cash at tiie
| time of Hie sale and one-half of the
| purchase price lo. lie paid in ninety (90)
days from date of sale, witli interest at
<i per cent. The purchaser being requir
ed to secure the unpaid purchase priee
by note, with approved security.
Given under mv hand and seal as such
receiver on tills 3rd dnv of Auril. 1914.
CHARLES (' SHARKS.
Receiver.
WARNING ORDER.
In the Garland Chancery Court.
Dr W G Choate, Plaintiff, against
Charles II. Herron, Dorothv I. Dela
ware and Hattie Hoskins. Defendant*.
The defendants. Dorothy L. Delaware
and Hattie ITosklns are warned to appear
in tills court within thirty days and nan
swer the complaint of the plaintiff
Given under my hand and seal of said
court on this 11th day of February, 1914
A O. RTJDLENBEROER Clerk.
II. P. Chappell. Esq,. Attorney nd Litem.
By VV. II. Moyston, Deputy Clerk.
RECEIVER'S NOTICE TO CREDITORS.
Notice Is hereby given that nil persons
having claims arm Inst the Garland Auto
Company are required to file the same,
properly verlllod, with Ihe clerk of the
Garland chancery court, m the ca.ee of
D. D. Conner et al vs. Garland Auto Com
pany, within ninety CJftl (Jays from the
date, or the same will he precluded from
participating In the distribution of assets
In said cause.
This 24th day of February, 1914.
2-25-3m ROT LEVI. Receiver.
COMMISSONER'S SALE.
Notice is hereby given, that in pur
suance of the authority and directions
contained in the decretal order of the
chancery court of Garland county, made
and enlend on tire 23rd day of March.
A. D., 1914, In a certain cause (No. O.'IGKi
then pending therein botwa en E. C. Mal
lory and M. •! Henderson, trustees, com
plainants, and Amanda Akin, widow of
Edward Akin, deceased; Sam Akin, Vick
ie Akin and Willie Akin, minors, and
Millie Willey, heirs-at-law of said Ed
ward Akin, deceased, defendants, the un
det signed as commissioner of said court,
■will offer for sale at puhlic vendue to
the highest bidder, at the front door or
entrance of the county courthouse, at
corner Court and Exchange streets. In
which said court is hold, lu the county
of Garland, within the hours prescribed
by law for judicial sab s, on Friday, the
24th day of April, A D.. 1914, the fol
lowing described real estate, to-wit:
The west half of the northwest quar
ter of section twenty-two (22). and the
northwest quarter of the southwest quar
ter, and Ihe southeast quarter of the
northeast quarter of section twenty-one
(21). township one (h north, of range
nineteen (19) west, containing one hun
dred and sixty acre* (Blot acres, situat
ed in Garland county, Arkansas.
Terms of Rale: On a credit of three
months, the purchaser being required to
execute a Loud as required by law and
LEGAL NOTICES
the order and decree of said court in
said cause, v\llh approved security, bear
ing Interest at the rate of to |»r cent
per annum from date of sal, until pa d.
and a Hen belli* retained on the premises
sold to secure the payment of the pui
chase money.
Given under my hand this Jnd dav of
April, A. D., 1911.
A. G.'RrLLBNBElMEIt.
Commissioner in Chancery
PROPOSED AMENDMENT TO THE
CONSTITUTION OF THE STATE
OF ARKANSAS.
Notice Is hereby given that the follow
ing Joint resolution, proposing an aim nd
ment to the Slate Constitution, was
passed by the General Assembly at Us
regular si-ssion of 11)13, and that the
same will be submitted to the electors of
the Slate at the next general election,
to be held Monday. September HU, 11)14,
for adoption or rejection.
Proposed Amendment No. 16.
That the following Is hereby proposed
ns an amendment to the Constitution of
the Slate of Arkansas, and the same
being submitted to the electors of the
State for approval or rejection at the
next general election for Senators and
Representatives, if a majority of the
electors voting at such election adopt
such amendment the same shall become
a part of the Constitution of the State of
Arkansas, to-writ:
Executive Department.
That Section No. 17 of Article 5 of
the Constitution of the State of Arkan
sas be amended so ns to read as follows:
Section 1. To amend Section 1 of Ar
ticle 6 of the Constitution of the Slate of
Arkansas to read as follows: The Ex
ecutive Department of this State shall
consist of a Governor. Lieutenant-Gov
ernor, Secretary of State, To usurer of
State, Auditor of Slate and Attorney
General (d). all of whom shall keep their
offices In person the seat of govern
ment and hold their nffi es for '»• term
of two years and until their successors
are elected and qualified. And tin* Gen*
eral Assembly may provide by law for
the establishment of the orflce of Com
missioner of Stale Lands.
Executive Power.
Section 2. The Executive power shall
be vested In a Governor, who shall hold
office for two years; a Lieutenant-Gov
ernor shall be chosen at the same time,
and for the same term. The Governor
and Lieutenant-Governor elected next
preceding election the time when this
section shall take effect, shall hold office
until and including the second Monday
of September, and their successors shall
be chosen at the general election in that
year.
Election of Governor and Lieutenant
Governor.
Section 3. The Governor and Lieuten
ant-Governor shall he elected at the
times and places of choosing members of
the Assembly. The persons respectively
having the highest number of votes for
Governor and Lieutenant-Governor shall
be elected, lail In ease two or mote shall
have an equal and the highest number of
votes for Governor, or for Lieutenant
Governor, tile two Houses of the Legisla
ture at lln next annual s'x;.i|on shall
forthwith, by joint ballot, choose one of
the said persons so having an equal and
the highest number of votes for Governor
and Lieutenant-Governor.
When Lieutenant-Governor to Act as
Governor.
Section 4. In case of the Impeachment
of the Governor, or his removal from
office, death, inability to discharge the
powers and duties of the said office,
resignation, or absence fmm tha State,
the powers nnd duties of the office shall
devolve upon the Lieutenant-Governor
for the residue of the term, or until th»
disability shall cense. Hut when (lie
Governor shall, with the consent of the
legislature, he out of the State In time
of war, at the head of a military force
thereof, he shall continue commander-in
chief of nil the military force of the
State.
Qualification and Duties of Lieutenant
Governor; Succession to the Gov
ernorship.
Section 5. The Lieutenant-Governor
shall possess the same qualifications of
eligibility for the office ns the Governor.
Ho shall he president of the Senate, but
shall have only a casting vote therein
in case of a tie vote If during a va
cancy of the office of Governor, the Lieu
tenant-Governor shall be impeached, dis
placed. resign, die, or become incapable
of performing tlie duties of his ofliee, or
be absent from the Stale, the Presi
dent of the Senate shall act as
Governor until the vacancy he filled or
the disability shall cease; and If the
President of the Senate for any of the
above causes shall become Incapable of
performing the duties pertaining to the
office of Governor, the Speaker of the
Assembly shall act as Governor until the
vacancy be filled or the disability shall
cease.
Salary of Lleuterant-Governor.
Section fi. The Lieutenant-Governor
shall receive for his services an annual
salary of Two Thousand Dollars, and
shall not receive or be entitled to any
other compensation, fee or prequlsite, for
nnv doty or service he may be required
to perform by the Constitution or by law
Section 7 That all laws and parts of
laws that are In conflict herewith, be
niul the same are hereby repealed, and
that this Act shall he In force and effect
from and after the second Monday In
September, 1915.
The above resolution was filed In the
office o( the Secretary of State on March
6, 1913.
Each elector may vote for or against
the above amendment.
Witness my official signature this 19th
day of February, 1914.
EARLE W. HODGES.
fSeal) Secretary of State.
NOTICE.
Notice Is hereby given to the public that
M. Kinney Is not president of the Pnlted
States Steel Hallway Tie Company, is no
agent for said company and has no au
thority to net for the said company In any
ea r on It v; Hint what stock he holds In the
company Ins been conceited h,v a regulut
meeting of the hoard of directors for non
payment. nnd the transfer or sale of the
stock certificates of tills company will
not be made or recognized at the main
office of the United States Steel Railway
Tie Company.
Certified copies of the articles of Incor
poration have been sent to ,1. R Long an
attorney, at Hot Springs. Ark., as all the
minute books, by-laws and all the records
of the company are kept In the home
office, which is In the city of Pittsburg.
Pa., and all parties purchasing or wanting
to purchase stock in this company, before
they pay their money or accept any stock
they had belter get the consent ”f this
office direct or through .J. It. Long 11—»
attorney.
THE UNITED STATES STEEL RAIL
WAY TIE CO
Per E. TMaxey, President.
COMMISSIONER'S SALE.
Notice Is hereby given, that in pur
suance of the authority and dit'ections
contained In the decretal order of the
chancery court of Garland county, made
and entered on the 19th day of March,
A. r>, 1914. In a certain cause IN". 5r»Ti* ■
then pending therein between Mrs. A
Eemoine and S. W, C, Smith, trustees
complaInfants, and O. K. Clifford and
Ely a M. Clifford, defendants, the under
signed. at commissioner of said court,
wiH offer for sale at public vendue to
the highest bidder, at the front door or
entrance of the county court horse, at
corner Court and Exchange streets. In
which said court Is held. In the county of
Garland, within the hours prescribed by
law for jurlclul sales, on Friday the
24th day of April. A D 1914, the fol
lowing described real estate, to-wll:
Commencing at the southwest comer
of the northwest quarter of Hie northeast
quarter of section eight. (8). township
three (3) south, range nineteen (19) west
and run thence east thirty-five feet to
the east side of Third street; thence
south on tha east side of Third street
one hundred and twenty-seven (127> feet
to the place of beginning, and run thence
south live degrees east on east line of
Third street live hundred and ninety-four
(S941 feet: thence north eighty-seven (S7i
degrees east three hundred (300) feet;
thence north thirty minutes west on west
side of Brickyard street eight hundred
ami forty-four (844) feet to Bctdirfk ave
nue; thence souil) elght.v-four degrees
west uuu hundred and eighty-four US!)
LEGAL NOTICES
feet; thence smith five degrees east two
hundred and twenty-fout <-.l> feel;
thence south eighty-four ts4> defies
west one hundred and seventy live (175),
to the place of beginning, being .1 part,
of lot six (»»), in the northwest Quarter
of the northeast quarter and the south
west quarter of the northeast quarter
of section eight (8). towq^hip time <>
south, range nineteen (19# west, con
taining rive and thirty-eight one hun
dredths (5.38) acres, except otic acre
along creek sold to Hen llollig, as shown
in deed of record in Vol. 47. page 470. of
the Records of Deeds and Mortgages of
Garland county. Ark . ail of said property
being situated in Garland county. Aik.
Terms of Sale: On a credit ot three
months, the purchaser being required t»» |
execute a bond as required by law and j
the order and decree of said eomt in
said cause, with approved security, heat
ing interest at the rate of 8 ner cent per
annual from date of Hale until {utid. and
a lien being retained on the premises sold
to secure the payment of the purchase
money.
(liven undo! my hand this 2nd day of
April, A. D. 1914
A. (J. KULLKNHFRGKR.
Commissioner In Chancery.
NOTICE.
In the Garland Circuit Court.
Abniphis. Dallas <v Gulf Railroad Co.,
Plaintiff, vs. T. I! Lilly, Defendant.
To the Above Named Defendant, T. H.
Lilly.
You are hereby notified that the
plaintiff, Memphis. Dallas iMr Gulf Hall
road Company, has filed its petition for
the condemnaiition of lots t* n (10) and
eleven til), of block nineteen (19), of
Morrison & Bidding Addition to the City
of Hot Springs, Arkansas, in Garland
County, Arkansas, for usa foi lt« right
of-way. for side tracks, sidings, build
ings. switch yards, etc., and to have tne
damages for tire appropriation of said
lots for said purposes ass* -sod. and to
have the title to said lots divested out of
you and vested In the plaintiff., for rail
road purposes, and that the plaintiff wilt
apply to the Garland Circuit Court to
have the damages assessed on the -3rd
day of March, 1914, on the 1st day of the
March term, 1914, of said court, or as
soon thereafter ns the plaintiff can t>e
heard. This 3rd dav of February, 1 !♦ 14.
MARTIN & WOOTTON.
A. J MURPHY,
Attorneys for Plaintiff.
ELECTION PROCLAMATION.
Notice is hereby given th:it an election
will In* held In the clt\ of Mot Springs.
Arkansas. mi TUESDAY. tin* 7th «1u> uf
APRIL. PHI. ;it tin* duffcrent voting pre
cincts in said city for tin* purpose of elect
ing tin* following «*ity officers
I’OMtMO .ITIm.SK. to fill the unexpired
term of dank Archer.
U1TY ATTORN KY.
CITY ULEKK.
AND ONK ALDERMAN FROM EACH
OF TUB SIX WARDS IN SAID <’IT\
Said election will la* held and combated
In the manner prescribed b\ law f*n hold
ing State and count y elections ax far as
the same may be apnllcnble.
(liven under rny hand and seal as* Mayor
of said cltv on this the Pith dav of March.
PHI .!. W. McUl/ENDON. Mavnr.
(Seal.)
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
Department of the Interior, United
States Land Office, nt Camden. Ark.
February 11. 1911
Notice is hereby given that .John Ru
dolph. of Pearoy, Arkansas, who, on
July 9, 1910, made homestead entry No.
01110. for SW 1-1 NE 1-4 and N W 1-4
N\V 1-t SE 1-4. flection 25. Township
3 S., Range 28 W.. fifth principal me
ridian. has filed notice of Intention to
make final three-year proof, to establish
claim to the land above described, before
the United States Commissioner, at llot
Springs. Arkansas, on the 26th day of
Manh, 1914.
Ulaimant names as wltneasea:
Ed. Kelton of Meyers, Arkansas.
Albert Johnson of Meyers. Arkansas.
Adolphus Trussel of»Meyers. Arkansas.
Betttls Turner of Meyers. Arkansas.
H. Q. FRIEDHKIM.
Register.
FOR SCHOOL DIRECTOR.
As Mr. Ledgerwood has announced that
he will ifot he a candidate for the unex
plred term of M S Uobh. resigned, and
being solicited by a committee of school
patrons to offer as diie« ior for this un
expired term. I have aftei due consider
ation. decided to offer for this place at
the election May lilth, and solicit your
votes at that time.
3- 18-Ma \ 16 S. C. CASSELL.
The Sentiml-Record Is authorized to
announce Menr\ Covington as a candi
date for school direetoi* for the Hot
Springs school district.
The Sentinel-Record Is authorized to
announce Harry A Jones as a candidate
for school direetoi for the Hot Springs
school district.
The Sentinel-Record Is authorized to
announce Charles R. Rlrnhaum as a can
didate for school director for the Hot
Springs school district.
time Cables
IRON MOUNTAIN TIME CARD
TRAINS ARRIVE
No. 893—From local points be
tween Benton and Hot
Borings on local freight train
(daily except Sunday) . C;16 a nt.
No 205 Front M e tn p h I a,
Wynne, Bald Knob, ldttle
Rock and Benton ..10:15 a m
No. 17—From St. Ixtulx, Chi
cago, Kansas City. Memphis.
Little Rook. Texas and Cali
fornia . 9:20 a m
No. 219 From St. Louis, Kan
sas City, Fort Smith, Little
Rock «ta> Texarkana . 3:20 p.m
No. 843— From St. Louis, Kan
sas City, Memphis.. Little
Rock, Pine Bluff and Texas. 10:11 p.m
TRAINS DEPART.
No. 844—For P!r.e Buirr, Little
Rock Texas. California, Kan
sas City, Memphis and St.
Louis .7:00 a m.
No, 894—For local points be
tween Hot Springs and lien
ton on local freight train
(dally except Sunday) . 7:15 a m.
No. 229 For Little Kook, Fort
Smith . 12:46 p.m.
No IS—For St. Louis, Chicago,
Kansas City. Memphis, Lit
tle Rock, Pin* Bluff. Texas,
California and New Orleans. I 30 p m
No. 202 F o r M e m phis,
Wynne. Bald Knoli, Little
Rock and Benton . . 9:00 p m
ROCK ISLAND TIME CARD
TRAINS ARRIVE.
9:30 a.m. From Memphis, Little Roek
and Oklahoma.
9:15 a m. Malvern local.
4:15 p.m. From New York and Chicago^
Oklahoma and California.
6:58 p.m. From Little Roek, Oklahoma
and points east.
No. 46, the 1:00 p.m. train, has through
Reel sleepers to Chicago and Denver,
parlor car to Memphis and dining car
from Little Rock, all steel coaches to
Memphis. Connect at Memphis for all
points. Quirkiest time to New York
without extra f^re.
TRAINS^ DEPART.
1:00 p.m. New York and Chicago, Okla
homa and California.
8:00 p.m. Little Roek, Memphis Limited.
connects at Memphis for all
points,
6-30 p.m. Malvern local.
7:00 a m. Malvern local.
8:10 a m. Little ltoek local.
All trains arrive and depart from Ben
ton street station, ounosile the l>ostoffice
Sentinel Record Want Ada Gete
•ulta.
Secret Societies j
MASONIC.
Hot Springs ('ommainl* ty, Xo u, K. T.,
meits every first Monday.
/. N. SHOUT, K. C.
Hut dinings Council. No. H. & S.
M.. meets f'ei V H(*i ofltl Monda* .it'' *'
timpter. K E. CASAOA. T. 1 M.
Hot springs Chapter. N<> IT. R. A M.t
meet* every se«und ami fourth Munda.va.
M C. HICKMAN. H P.
Hot Springe Lodge N• • I' A A M ,
Masonie Temple, first amt third Frkla\s
at S p. in.
H 8. KKLhHKIMKIt. W M.
Pumpt* r
I South Hot
I and < irand
Friday* at
ROBERT
Lodge, No. 111*. 1' .v A M.,
Springs, near corner Fifth St.
i 4
7 :iltl p. m.
\l II < \ Ml ‘ BE1 #L. \V.
t'AKTNI A . Sei-retniy.
EASTERN STAR.
Hot Springs Chapter. No. *;!». O. E. S,
Masotih Temple, thud Monda\ at x.
MUS. it COHB, Worthy Matron.
MISS BLANCH F RMLF.V. S'er.tury.
I. O. O. F.
Hot Springs* Valhw Lodge, No. 07,
meets «-very M• aula \ night at « to in
Odd Follows Hull, Prosport avenue and
Exchange .street Visiting hrothns al
ways welcome. Office of Nohle Orand
on second floor.
J F HISCHOH. X. O.
Rout KOEHLER. secretary.
Hot Spiinga En< nmpnient, No. H, I. «>.
O F.. meets second and fourth Tuesday
nights in odd Fellows llall. earner Pros
pect and Exchange. All visiting Patri
archs please attend
.1 F. BIPCHnR, C. P.
H. C ORAHAM. Si rthe.
(iaihmd Ih heeea Lodge, No TO, I. o.
O F. meets first and third Tuesday
nights in odd Fellows Hull. Vilting
brother* and ulsters cordiallx invit'd
BELLA m imnnill N. O.
MRS. FANNIE SACHS. Secretary.
K. OF P.
Meets every Tuesday nlRlit ill nil 1-1
Central avenue
JOHN M I’RVVKIW, C.
JAP P. MeCONN'ICLL. K of II ami S.
B. P. O. E.
Ilnl Springs laidge. N<' 3K0, II I' o.
10. meets every Wednesda\ eieulug :it
KUO sharp. ill their ni-w Hull, nirncr
Spring nml A'.t 11»• y streets. Visiting
brothers cordially invite.t.
1! 10 IK MIAMI HIM 10 I!
RKHMoNI) JOYCE, Secretary,
WOODMAN CIRCLE.
A1.- * • t h every flisl anil third Fi Mays.
Visiting sovereigns invited In attend
l.l HHIIO i i N I0A Ii limrillan.
M. W. OF A.
lint Springs ('amp. No. HU 111. Modern
..Inien i',f Amrrlra. ln.-ts ai HIE 1-1
Central avenue, mi Hip second am) foul'tIt
WcdncS'lavs a! S p in C A. McConnell
ami A. \V. Morrow, physicians,
A .1 (iriOKIN. V. C.
J. .1. HICKMAN. Clerk.
KNIGHTS AND LADIES OF SECURITY
llol Springs Council. No. JUKI. Knights
anil I,allies of Hecnrlty. meet at odd
Fellows Hall, second and fourth Tluns
dav nights. Visiting meinhcis emdlalty
welcomed.
II K K IRKI’ATItli “K, I‘res. *
■T J HICKMAN. Clerk.
EI .WOOl> S MITH, Organizer.
L. O. O. M.
Hoi Springs Lodge. No, rail. Loyal Or
der of Moose, meets every Friday even
ing in the Moose Hall, 7J4 1-- Cenlial
uveniie. Visiting brothers cordially in
vited. A. W. JACKSON, ptcriUib
NOTICE
BUILDERS and
CONTRACTORS
For “I” Beams,
Lintels, Anchors,
Fire Escapes,
Structural Iron
Work, Smoke
stacks and Boiler
Casings.
Write or Wire
BEMBERG - 6LANZ
IRON WORKS
[2ND AND ROCK STREET
LITTLE ROCI, ARK.
LOII DISTANCE PHONE 2227
GROSS
Undertaker and Em
balmer
Prompt Ambulanse Service. Fun
eral Parlor*.
112 Prospect Ave—Old City Hall.
PHONE 29.
MARTIN & BENNIE
Plumbing
GAS AND STEAM FITTING
Estimates furnished, first-class work,
reasonable prices.
423 Ouachita Ave.
Phone 2135 or 1412.
Oakes Stable
For New Buggies, Mountain Drive
Carriages, Country Trips and Drum
mer Work.
Caiis answereu aay or nigSit Board
ing houses a specialty.
HENRY OAKES, Mgr.
117 Dower St Phone 340

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