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WANTED i I FEATHER BEDS WANTED If I you have any to sell, plione IGti'J. \_ 1 f WANTED — Reputable Arkansas agents for Penn. Mutual Life; splendid agents* renewal contract. Address fc’ld B, Red ding, Araknsas manager, Little Hock, Ark. 1-4-lyr WANTED -Cash pair! for second-hand clothing, trunks and suit cases. 224 Ouachlla Ave. 6-15-tf WANTKIH Plain Sewing by day or week. Phone 2005. C-8-Gt BLl-EPRlNTINCl P. T>. Q electric— ruin or shine any size—prices right— 4l)S 0 Citizens National Bank Building. PliC-tf I WANT to dean your CARPETS and RUGS. Telephone 247 and wagon will call. ( lias. Hotchkiss, Mgr. G-10-tf .WANTED (Rooming house with 20 or 30 rooms, well furnished, clean, and mint ho centrally ocatcd. Call at 452 Prospect Ave., from I to 4 pm. G-11 1 w WANTED <At once, experienced stave men; steady w rk. Apply M Don (.ugh-T'nolts Co., Citizens' National Bank Building. G-11 -31 WE buy second-hand furniture; highest (ash price:- .1 D. Boss, Ulo Valley st'-ret . Phone 024. 3-2D-tf WE Buy, Sell or Exchange new and second-hand furniture. Phone 2223. Wilson Purniture Co., 423-425 Oua chita Ave. G-4-tf LOYD A SON, New and Second Hand Furniture Bought, Sold and Exchanged. Roofing a Specialty, 202 Thlro 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. ERMEY & SONS. Phone 338. 9-37 tf WANTI’n I pay raeh for men's and women's riothintt. trunks ami suit rases. H. Kcliwam, 133 Central Ave. ll!-t-tf FOR RENT Fun RENT After June 15, :: room modern furnished cottage; one block of Ark. National Hank. 240 Court St. Phone 204G. G-3-lmo. FOR RENT — Old telephone quarters, over Arkansas Trust Company; building wi’l be re modeled to suit tenant. Apply manager Telephone company. r.-2-iw VOlt UK NT Two rooms oomplete'y furnished for light housekeeping, no children. Apply 721 Malvern Ave. Phone 1283. F»-20-tf FOR RKNT 52i; Orange St., modern 5-room cottage with hath, hot and cold water and gas. Phone 132!* or call at U5 Quapaw Ave. Mrs. Joe Stone. (Mt-tf FOR RKNT Furnished apartment, 3.13 Prospect. Phone 2266. 5-17-lm T1IK QFF.I.I.A APARTMKNTS Two nml three room furnished apartments* for housekeeping, modern. 308 Park Ave. Phone 1023. 5-10-tf FOR RKNT New brick rooming house, 14 rooms with hath room; good location. Phone 302. R I,. Williams. 5-13 tf ROOMS, central and desirable. $150 up; also housekeeping rooms, at 101 1-1 Park Ave. 6-6-1 in F11R RKNT Furnished pottages and light housekeeping apartments, from $15 per month and up Take Park avenue car to T'ell St. Inquire at No. 14 Phone 1655. 4-22-lm (DOR RENT — Hands, unely furnished apartments with sleeping porch, 22’ Oak. l’linpo 000. 4-10-tf FOR RKi.vr Furnished ro> 111s, also furnished cottage, strictly modern Geo. Peck, 8Vo Fountain Terrace. c-9-tr FOR KENT Five mom unfurnished cot tage. Call phone 204(1. 4-28-tf FOR RFNT Furnished apartments; hittli nil modern; close In: fine summer locations. Flume 422. 5-1(1-40 FOR RENT—Cheap, unfurnished light housekeeping rooms, 0(5 Fork Ave. Ap ply after ti p. m., W. V. Henry, Flop. 2-27-1yr FOR RENT—Nicety furnished rooms and flats for housekeeping; all conveniences: gas, running water, electric lights, close to the hat water: Iron, Magnesia, Arsenic, Rock, Radium springs: see these rooms before locating. Take Park Ave. cars to 628 Park Ave. J. B. Burges. 9-11-tf FOR RENT—A finely furnished five room flat; on car line. COS Ouachita Ave.; water, gaa and electric light facilities; t>ath and closet; no small children; the flat Is admirably arranged for two email fmllles; references exchanged. Call at 670 Ouachita Ave. or on John H. Fowls, 626 Central Ave. 1-11-tf FOR RENT Elegant furnished collages, 4HI Whittington Ave. Apply 47:’» Whit tington. Phone 634. 11-1-tf FURNISHED ROOMS Fur sleeping or housekeeping, one block from Central Ave , $1 60 per week and up. 320 Market Ft. 8-20-tf RIMANTON'H FURNISHED COTTAGER, 110 Ravine St. 9-18-tf FOR l.'KNT Desirable 8-room fur nished residence. 521 Park Ave. 4-2S-1 f RT. JAMES HOTKF For men only, new brick hutldlng. ncwlv furnished; SI 50 per week up 60S 1-2 Malvern Ave. 5-7 If FOR KENT Furnished apartments, rur nac# heat, every convenience, good loca tion, near bath houses tl II. Multery, lit) Carlton Terrace. Pboue 17H5. »-»-tf FOR RENT FOR RENT—Office rooms, op stairs at 714 1-2 Central avenue. C..il and see them. 8-8-tf FOR RENT--Nicely furnished apart ments of three or four rooms with private bath, all modern couvenlencs, in private family. 201 Cedar street. Rhone 1104. «17-lwk. ToMBl.lOlt APARTMENT One 6-room apartment with sleeping porch on front side, all modern accessories. Inquire l.n mai Hath House or phone 1866. 4-8-tf THE PI.AZA 622 Spring St., nice rooms and housekeeping apartments, reason able; beautiful location, cuol and ehady yard arid sleeping porches. Mrs. M. F. Green, phone 264. Clean Furnished Cottages—$15.00 pei month up—Near bath houses. Thos. Doherty, 705 Malvern Ave. Phone 547. FOR RENT—Four room flat, un furnished. with bath room, gas, electric light, etc., on car line. 110 Center St., 50 feet from Central Ave ; no dust. Phone 1885 or 388. F. F. Hellwig. LlflHT AIRY housekeeping rooma, one Mock from bath houne; electric light*. SI.Co up per week. 216 Court. Fi KR li BNT B • pln<g and house* keeping roams, near baths, $2.00 week. 245 -Court St. 5-21 -1 mo. Knit UK NT -Nicely furnished three, four and flv»-roo incottages; all modem con venient • best residence part <*f the city; reasonnble rent. Apply 207 cedar St , or phone 299. 3-12 tf FOR SALE FOR EXCHANGE- —$1,500 value" In va cant town lots in new town on M.. D. & G railroad, to trade for furniture. Lewis Storage Co., phone 653. Of fice 658 Ouachita Ave., opposite Christian church. 6-9-1 w FOR SAI E OH BAP—A Mission I»av" i nport, beautifully upholstered in green leather; only used in private parlor six months; owner leaving city. Phone 259. 6-7-1 wk FOR SALE—One nice Ken tuck) saddle horse; 6 yrs. old and In good condition. Can he seen at 702 Park avenue. Dr. ,T. K. Young. 6-3-1 wk FOR SALK OK RENT -Restaurant, first class location. Apply Air. Qnat ntau, 110 Prospect Ave 6-2*lW FOR SAHAS -Furniture S light house keeping apartments. $.325 if taken at [once. Apply 5 Crown St. Phone 2113. 5-29-tf FOR SAKE—Centrally located nine room rooming house, 101 Vi Park Ave. G-G-lm FOR *5,000 I will sell you one of the finest nvddem- lets in Hot Springs, a corner certiinh worth tie* money asked. Size 106x175; go see It. at Malvern Ave. nnd Summit SI. For good measure will include a 7-story 17-rooln dwelling. This Is a "mm’ enough" liargnln and will make you a nice home. Further particu lars of \V. T. Hawkins, 679 1-7 Central Ave. 4-16-tf PI.A NTS AND SHRUBBERY of all kinds for sale at Johnson Greenhouses, end of Park Ave Si.. Nice rose bushes, and the prices are reasonable 6-8-lm FOR SAKE OR RENT- Three room cottage, two acres of land one half mile from city; otso furniture, cows and chickens; good water. For | ar tieulars address W. B., this office. 6-9-1 w FOR SAKE—Block of furnished cottages, six single, two double, one block from Army and Navy Hospital. Bounded by Reserve Ave., Spring and Kaurel Sts. For Information write J S Muglnnis, Ridge way. Ps. 9-16-tf RED HOT WEAK ESTATE BAR GAINS—HY THE OWNER -Close in, three blocks front Eastman hotel: 1 vacant lot worth $1,000 for $ GOO 2 vacant lot worth $1,200 for $ 800 1 lot with two cot tages, worth $1,200 for $ 800 1 lot with one cot tage, worth $ 850 for $ 600 Value whole tract $4,200 for $2,S00 Must set!. Phone 5G5 or call at -214 Third Street. Ten other houses and lots ranging in price from $100 to $700, all rented. Must sell. -Cull phone fitiG or call 21ft Third fit. tf For sale. A five-thousand dollar stock of dry goods, shoes and furnishings; a clean lot of staple, every-day selling goods, in good location, with low rent and a good casli trade. Will sell for cash or on credit of one, two or three years, with low rate of interest, (hill al 210 Third St., South Hot Springs, for particulars. 5-26-tf FOR SAM? 22 acre farm, knojya as the Howell Hill pace, mile from end of Oaklawn car line; first class h-room house and outbuildings; easy te'nis. W. I,. Cain, owner, room 4t»!» Majestic Hotel. (I-S-tf FOR 'SAM? Smui soda fountain; bargain if sold at once. Crockett's Drug Store, court house corner, fi-20 tf FOR HAI.K' flood lnuei proposition; easy terms. Address Rax 644. city. 3-12-tf FOR sack OR UXCHAMOn SO acre* 4 miles wnst of the city of Fresno, Cal : house, harn, nrnl other Improvements; abundance of water, both ditch and well; alfalfa all around It; full particulars first letter; value, IJ.dllo; mortgage J#0U tf exchange, prefer vacant In hualnese |ee llnii .lus I vitwell, ltooiu 315, F< " i Bldg, Fresno, Cal. i FOR SALE FOR SALE—21-room modern hotel, nice ls furnished; l 1-2 blocks from baths. | Address B 29, this office. 6-8 tf FOR SALE—Red-hot bargains ou easy terms, just like paying rent. One 3-room house, three blocks from the Eastman Hotel, worth $1, 000; if taken at once will sell for less than the value of the lot at $050. Terms $20 cash and $!o per month; lot 50x100 feet. Also on lot adjoining this one, 50x100 feet, with good 4-roont cottage and servant house in rear, worth $1,500, will he sold quick for $S50; terms $30 cash and $15 per month. Two vacant lots joining the above property, SOxluo feet each, worth $6*Mi each; beautiful building sites, will let 'em go at $450 each; tertos $1(1 cash ami $5 per month. One beautiful lot facing Spring street, with good well on it, wortli $1,250; will sell at $800, $20 cash and $10 per month. Ask Hartman about it, 210 Third street. What do you think of this? It's the best proposition ever offered to the peop e of Hot Springs. Anybody cun own a home in 'lxiyd's Addition, two blocks north of new M. 1). &, G. It. K. on Summer street, near Oaklawn school, fine neighborhood and good location. laits front $50 to $130. Terms $1 down and $1 per week. Hess than 8 cents per day will buy you a beautiful home site, no interest or taxes till paid for. They are going fast. Better get ’em while you can. Ask Hartman about ’em, 210 Third street. For sale like paying rent, 7 cot tages, 2 and 3 rooms, on lots f>Qxl3f» i feet, in 4 blocks of car line in South Hot Springs on Garland and Hector avenues; good neighborhood, worth $800 each. Will sell one or all of them at $450 each; $15 cash and $10 per month. Why not own a home and stop paying ren.^ 1 have many bargains of this kind. Ask Hartman about them, 210 Third street. nti-ot FOR SAGE—Good building lots in Mellard & Held lug's Addition. Price $1511 each. Ask M. K. McGuire Barber, 206 Third street. S-8-tf FOR all kinds of cabinet worn and fur niture repair, screening and jub carpen tering, see Barnhart, 1U6 Kirk St. Phone *58. 3-2-tf MISCELLANEOUS LEE MAYBERRY LIVERY AND TRANSFER Carriage Cals Answered Promptly. Stables, 812 Pleasant. Arlington Hack Stand, Phone 1916. ARKANSAS AUTO COMPANY “Valley Red,” Manager. AGENT FOR HUPMOBILE. Seven Passenger Westcott Tour ing cars for hire, day or night TELEPHONE 400. 4444444***4«4444*444444< BEAUTIFUL, new goods arriving dally at Mrs. C. Higgins' Art Store. 606 Central Ave. 9-17-tf DRINK OAKI.AWN MINERAL WATER for stomach and kidney trouble. De livered to all parts of the city. Rhone 1466 7-16-tf LOST AND FOUND IA1ST—'Bank account on street. If found, please return b Union Hotel. Klias Kelly. G-10-2t I OST -Cuff button, initials ‘ill. I,." Finder return to Central Drug Store and receive reward. It LOST Railway ticket 11 Tifton, Iowa, with Mrs. F. K. Uregg name on it. Please return to Miss Chappell, 22’ Whittington Ave. and receive reward. (i-11-2t Sentinel Record Want aas Get Re sults. LEGAL NOTICES NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION. Department of the Interior. United States I,and Office at Camden, Aik. May 11, 11114. Notice is hereby plvcn that John Ru dolph. of IYnny, Arkansas, who, on July a, 11410. made Homestead Entry, No. 044111, for the southwest quarter, north east quarter and the northwest quarter southeast Quarter, section l!5, township J '-outh range wo-r. filth principal me ridian. has filed notice of Intention to make final three year proof, to estab lish claim to the land above described, before the rogi.der and receiver of the I tdted Stales land office, at Camden Arkansas, on the 18th day of June, 1014. Claimant names as Witnesses: Ed Kelton of MI've:s, Arkansas Albert Johnson of Movers, Arkansas Atiolpho,s Trtesri of Meyers, Arkansas lied its Turner of Mevers, Arkansas H. fl PRlEDHldM. Register. NOTICL. Notion Is hereby given that the partnorshp heretofore existing be tween the undersigned, Randolph K. Fanner, has been dissolved by mu tual consent. T. P. FARMER, li. II. RANDOLPH. 5-31-tf PROPOSED AMENDMENT To THE CONSTITUTION OF THE STATE OF ARKANSAS. Notice is hereby given that Iho follow ing Joint resolution, proposing an am. mi mem to the Slate Constitution, wax passed by (he General Assembly at Its regular session of 1!H3. and that the n,'1110. will l.e submitted to the electors of the Stale at the next general election, fo he held Monday. September Hit. 1UH for ado/.tlon or rejection. Proposed Amendment No. 16. That the follow it.g is hereby proposed as on amendment to the Constitution of the State of Arkansas, stul the same being submitted to the electors of the Stale for approval or rejection at the next general election for Senators and Representatives, If a majority of the electors voting at such election tuh.pt such amendment the same shall become a part of the Constitution of the State of Arkansas, to-wit: Executive Department, That Section No 17 of Article t. of the Constitution of the State of Atkan was I..- amended so as to tend as follows; Section 1. To amend Section 1 of Ar ticle C of the Constitution of the State ..f Arkansas to read as follows: The ex ecutive Department of this State shall consist rtf a Governor. Lieutenant-Gov ernor, Secretary of State, Treasurer of State, Auditor of State and Attorney General fd), all of whom shall keep their offices In person at the seat of govern ment tn.l hold their off! -rs for tg.> term of two years and until their successors are elected and qualified And the Gen. eral Assembly may provide by law for the establishment of the office of Com missioner of State I-ands Executive Power. Section J The Executive power shall be vested In a Governor, who shall hold office for two years; a Lieutenant-Gov ernor shell 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 shail 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 nt the | times and places of choosing members of I the Assembly. The persons respectively having Jhe highest number of votes for Governor and Lieutenant-Governor shill be elected, but In case two or more shall have an equal and the highest number of votes for Governor, or for Lieutenant Governor, the two Houses of the legisla ture nt Its next annual session 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. 8ectlon 4 Tn case of the Impeachment of the Governor, or his removal rrom office, death, Inability to discharge the power* and duties of the said office, resignation, or absence from the State, the powers and duties of the office shall devolve upon the Lieutenant-Governor for the residue of the term, or until th» disability shall cense Rut when the Governor shall, with the consent of the Legislature, be out of the State In time of war, nt the head of a military force thereof he shall continue commander-in chief of all the military f.'tce of the State. Qualification and Duties of Lieutenant Governor; Succession to the Gov ernorship. Section f> The Lieutenant Governor shill oosscss the same qualifications of eligibility for the office ns the Governor. He shall he president of the Senate, but shall have only a casting vote therein In case of a fie vote If luring a va cancy of the office of Governor, the Lieu tenant-Governor shall be Impeached, dis placed. resign, die, or become incapable of performing the duties of his office, or he absent from the State, the Presi dent of the Senate shall art ns Governor until the vacancy be filled or the disability shall cease- and If the President of the Senate for any of the above cajuses shall become Incapable of performing the duties pertaining to th* office of Governor, the Speaker of the Assembly shall act a? Governor until tlm vacancy be filled or the disability shull fceaee Salary of Lfeuterant-Governor. Section 6. The Lieutenant-Governor shall receive for his service* an annual salary of Two Thousand Dollars, and LEGAL NOTICES shall not receive or be entitled to anv . other compensation, fee or proqululte, fur] any duty or service ho may he required to perform by the Constitution or by law. Section 7 That all laws and parts of Vows that are In conflict herewith, he and the same are hereby repealed, and that this Act shall be In ferce and effect from and after the second Monday in September, 1916. The above resolution was filed In the office ol 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. BARER W HODGES, (Sean u.ry of State ^ WARNING ORDER. in the Garland Chancery Court. .1. M Fletcher, plaintiff, against W. M. Miitin. adminl liatur of the 'state of I'. .1 O'Flrlen, deceased Mike i I'ltrlen ntnl the unknown heirs of 1*. >1. O'Hrlen, de ceased. defendants. , . The defendants. Mike Olhirn and the unknown heirs of I* .1 D ltrlen. deceas ed. are warned to appear In lids court within thirty days and answer the com plaint of the plaintiff. (liven under my hand and seal of Raid court on lids 9th day of May, 1914. A* <; HrLBKNHKUGKlt. (Merk. T I'. Fat mu i }‘>h|. Attorney nd 1lt'*m. By W. H Moyston, 1 >. C. WARNING OR D E R jn the iini 1mml Chancery Court To r; Miller, iilalnllff. against Fred Miller Brewing Co., et fl . d- fondants. The defendants. Fred Miller Brewing Co . Beiln lni Rexlliger * <’u.. Frleberg fi- Kahn, luirlm is; S. .1 Bang Ar non, nurliiers; Old Grandad lUstlllng Co.. M. I> SaeliH. G Sachs and S Haas, pnrt ijeis; doing laislness as U Sachs Sana, nil- warned to appear in ihls court within thirty days aial answer the complaint of the plaintiff. Given under my hand and seal of said court on Ihls 1T,111 da\ of May. 11114. A i; SI 1.1,1'.N BKItGKIt. clerk. Ja.s. S McConnell, Attorney ad litem. 5 11; S w TO THE PUBLIC. The partnership heretofore existing he tw ceil lir 1C. C Kay and Ur. W O. f.'orhe (known as llay .<• Forbes> having la en terminated by the death of Ur. 1C C. Hay, August tith, 1913, the public Is ad vised that all records and accounts of lie aid firm are with the .surviving part • ner. Ur VV O Forties The hnslneas will he conducted by him as heretofore, at No. 102 exchange Street. 8-13-tf SPECIAL ASSESSMENT. The lax luiuV- f,,r the collection of the second as x.xment upon the real prop* . tty hi Ul.slrlcl No :tr. for the purpose of sewerage have been plaeed 111 my tinnds. All owners of real properly lying ill the dish lei aie reipilred to pay llodi assessment i-i me within thirty ,la>s from hits date tr such oiwmiit I - net made, hi I on will he eomuieneed at the end of that time for (lie colli < Hon of alii a sc.vsmeitl and for legal penalties and costs. Giv,n under my hand Ihls 8th day of May, 1914. .1 R. IB'CSI.ICV, Collector Office City Hall Building f,-9-3llt WARNING ORDER. In the Garland Chancery Court. Mary B. Shanahan. plaintiff, against the George W idemann Brewing Co., et al , defendants. The defendant, the George Widemann Brewing C,,., is warned to appear In this court within thirty days anil answer the complaint of the plaintiff, Mary 1*. Shanahan. Given under my hand and seal of gald court on Ihls tilth day of May, 1914. A G. SCI.UKNHKRGKR. Clerk. .John U. Hoskins Attorney ad llb'in. By W. 11. Moystoil, D. C. FOURTH ANNUAL ASSESSMENT FOR STREET IMPROVEMENT DIS TRICT NO. 33 The tax bonks for the colleetfon of the fourth annual special assessment upon the real property In STREET IMPROVE MENT DISTRli’T NO 33 far the pur pose of paving anil other Improvements on Park avenue for the year Kilt, have been placed In my hands. All owners of property lying In the said district are required to pay their assessments to me on May the loth. 1911 If payments are not made wllbin thirty days from that dale, action will he commenced at the end of that time for the collcrllou of said assessments, penalties and costs. Given under my hand this the fith day of May. 1914. S. W. C. SMITH. Collector. At office of Arkansas Trust Company. WARNING ORDER. In tho Garland Circuit Court. St Pot!lx, Iron Mountain and Southern Railway Company, plaintiff, against K. W. Brockman and I,It tie Rock Cold Stor age Company, defendants. i*he defendant. F. \V. Brockman, Is warned to appear In this court within thirty days and answer the complaint of the plaintiff. Given under my hand anil seal of said court on this fitts dav of May. 1914 A G PrPBENBERGEK, Clerk. C. Floyd Huff. Esu . Attorney ad litem. By W. II. Muyston, D. C. COMMISSIONER S GALE. Notice is hereby given that in pur suance of the authority and direc tions contained in the decretal order of the Chancery Court of Garland County, mode and entered on the 24th day of November, A. 1), 1913, in a certain cause (No. 5311) then pend ing therein between M. C. Tornbler, complainant, and M. L. and VV. E. Shannahnn, defendants, the under signed, as Commissioner of said WE ARE PREPARED TO PRINT ANYTHIN6 FROM CARD to CATALOG — THE - SENTINEL-RECORD JOB DEPARTMENT LETTER HEADS, NOTE HEADS, BILL HEADS, STATEMENTS, EN VELOPES, CARDS, ETC., LAW YERS'BRIEFS NEATLY EXECUTED Phone 131 and Our Solicitor Will Call and Talk to You Akout Your Printing i LEGAL NOTICES Court, will offer for sale at -public vendue to the highest bidder, at the front door or entrance of the County court house, on the corner of Court and exchange streets, In which said Court is held, in the County of Gar lund, within the hours prescribed by law- lor judicial sales, on Saturday, the 27th day of June, A. 1). 1914, the following described real estate, to wit: An undivided one-thlnl interest in and to lot one (II, block one hun dred and twelve (112), of the City of Hot Sprln'-'s, Garland County, Ar kansas. Terms of Sale—-On a credit or three months, the purchaser being required to. execute a bond as required by law and the order and decree of said Court in said cause, with approved se curity, bearing interest at the rate of seven per cent per annum from date of sale until paid, and a lien being retained on the premises sold to se cure* tiie payment of the purchase money. (liven under my hand this (5th day of June, A. lJ. 1914. A. 0. HlJ.hLKNItRIUiFttl, Commissioner in Chancery. WARNING ORDER. In lh«- Garland Clwtru*’i*y Court. Krtiest <•. Miller, c. N Klx. an trustee, olainliff*, against Win. F. Bheets, «t al., defi-ndantH. Tin- defendant, Wm. F. Sheets. Ollle Sbe* ts. Fred Miller Brewing Co., M. h. Siulis, C, S.n-h.s and S Haas, partners, doing business under tin- firm name of I* Saeiis Kons; S. .1 Hand «V Son, pu t net s; l- i ieberg Kahn pint tiers; ‘►Id < ; la ltd.id Distilling Co, Be I llhelm *V < «• . sire warned to appear in Ibis emirt within thirty days and answer the com plaint of the piaintiffn. Given under my hand and sea! of Raid court on this 15th Uav of May, HM4. A. G SI’hHKNHKKUKH. Clei k Jas H McConnell, Attorney ad til cm. 5 1G - ft w WARNING ORDER. In the (iarlnml Chancery Court. Stella Smith, Plaintiff, against Bar ney B. Smith, Defendant. The defendant, Barney U. Smith, is warned to appear in this court within thirty days and answer the complaint I of tho plaintiff, Stella Sro-.ih. Given under my han.i and seal r said court on this 5th day of June, 1914. A. G, SUU.KNB10IIGICH., Clerk. Geo. I*. Whittington, Bsq., Attorney ad litem. ASSESSMENT NOTICE^ The assessment of Bocal Improvement DlHtrlet No. :I7. Calms Addition and sur In my office August 1, Pin, and the rounding territory, for sewer, was filed same Is now subject to Inspection. 5-9-ICt J R. IIOU8I.KY, City Clerk. WARNING ORDER. In the Garland Chancery Court. Myrtle E. Gebhart, executrix of the estate of J. Gebhart, deceased, (plaintiff, against I). L. Gebhart and Johnnie A. Gebhart. defendant. The defendants, ,1). L* Gebhart and Johnnie A. Gebhart are warned to ap pear in this Court within thirty days and answer the complaint of the plaintiff. Given under my hand and seal'of said Court on this fitli day of June, 1914. A. G. 9U LLENHElRGEW, Clerk, A. J. Murphy, Esq., Attorney ad litem NOTICE OF SALE. Notice is hereby given that by vir tue of nil order of the Montgomery probate court, the undersigned as ad ministrator of the J. C. Freeman es tate, will on the 6th day of July, 1914, at the main entrance to the court house in the city of Hot Springs, Arkansas, between the hours of ten o’c’ock in the forenoon and three o'clock in the afternoon, July 6th, 1914, offer for sale to the highest bidder (in terms of three months credit, the following lands, to-wit: Lots No. eight and No. eight and one half, in Moore's addition to the city of Hot Springs, Arkansas, as the property of the J. C. Freeman estate. Said land will be sold on a credit of three months and a lien will be re tained thereon to secure the due pay ment of purchase price. Witness my hand and seal tills 2d day of June, 1914. M. V. POOl,, JEFF FREEMAN, C-!i-30t Executors. NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS. Notice is hereby given that the County Court will receive scaled bids for excavating on the ilenton Hoad irp to and including the 20th day of June, 1914. A specification may lie had from Cleveland Smith, city civil engineer, Hot Springs, Ark. The county reserves the right to re ject any and all bids, bids must be accompanied by a certified check for the sum of $250 to guarantee the exe cution of a sufficient bond, and con tract to be furnislicd by the county, the contract to lie signed and bond made on or before the 22d day of June, 1914. Witness my hand anil the seal of the tiarlaud County Court tills 5t'i day of June, 1914. OH AS. ir. MAVra, G-G-2w County Clerk. 1 '... ■■■■— ....-. JAMES L. GRAHAM LAWYER NOTARY PUBLIC and PUBLIC ST (NO GRAPHER IN OFFICE. Practices In AM tha Stata and Fadara1 Courts. OFFICE. dOJ 1-1 CENTRAL AVB. ot.nna.a- OHIoa. »4di Rnalrianra. IttBd -- m. i -ar— TRY A SENTINEL RECORp CI.AKR1 VIF:l> AI> TODAY It limy lent lliat m cant luiu»e for you. I ^AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA, Cime Cables tV VV VVVVV YVWWVVWVV IRON MOUNTAIN TIME CARR TRAINS ARRIVE No. 893—From local points be tween Benton and Hot Swings on local freight train (daily except Sunday) . 1:16 am. No 206—From M e in p h I s, Wynne, Bald Knob, Little Rock and Benton .10:16 a m No. 17—From 8t Louis, Chi cago, Kansan City. Memphis. Little Hock. Texas and Cali fornia . 9:20 am No. 219 —From St Louis, Kan sas City. Fort Smith, Little Rock Hi d Texarkana . 3 20 p.m No. 842 From Rt. Louis. Kan sas City, Memphis. Little Kock, Fine Fluff and T*»xas. 10:16 pm. TRAINS mEPART. No. $44—For Pir.e Biurr, Little Rock Texas. California, Kan sas City, Memphis and St. Louis .7:00 a.m. No. 894—For local points b« tweeft Hot Springs and Ben ton on local freight train (dally except Sunday) . 7:16 a.m. No. 20—For Little Rock, Fort Smith . 12:46 p.m. No. 18—For Rt. I^ouls. Chicago. Kansas City, Memphis, Lit tle Rock, Bine Bluff, Texas, California and New Orleans. K 80 p.m. No 202 F o r M e m p h I s, Wynne, Bald Knob, Little Rock and Benton. 9:00 p.m. ROCK ISLAND TIME CARR TRAINS ARRIVE. 9:1B f» tn Malvern local. 4:16 p.m Ki om New Yor k and Chicago Oklahoma and California, 6 f.H p.m. Kiom Little Hook. Oklahoma and points east. No. 4f». the 1 ou I* rn. train, baa through steel .sleepers to Chicago and Denver, parlor car to Memphis and dining car from Little Rock, all steel coachea to Memphis. Connect at Memphis for all points. Quickest time to New York without extra fare. TRAINS DEPART. All trains arrive and depart rrom Ben ton st!♦■».? stMtIon ormoeite'the rwwifoffice 8:10 am. Little Rook local, Oklahoma ttnd California connection. 1.00 p.m. Memphis, New York and Chi cago 8:00 p.m. Little Rook, Memphis Limited. connects at Memphis for all points. 6:30 p.m. Malvern local. 7:00 a rn. Malvern local. Secret Societies | MASONIC. Hot Springs Commnmlcry. No. B, K. T.f meet* every first Monthly. /.. N SHOUT, E. C. . Hot Springs Council, No. 2.1. R. ft S M.. meets et.-iy second Monday after Chapter. K. E. CASADA, T. I. M. Hot Spring* Chapter, No. 47. R A If., meets every second and tonrih Montlay*. At C. HICKMAN, H. t*. Hot Springe I.oilge. No. <12, F. ft A M, Masonic Temple, first and ihird Fridays at 8 p. rn. H. 8. FEM.HFIMER, W. M. Sumpter Tsidge, No. 419. F. ft- A M., South Hot Springs, near corner Fifth Ht. and Grand Ave., meets second and fourth Fridays at 7:90 p. m. M. II < VMIM’.EI.I,. W M. ROBERT CARTNEY, Secretary. EASTERN STAR. trot Springs Chanter, No. <19, O. E. S , Masonic Temple, third Monday at 8. MRS. H. COBB Worthy Matron. MISS HI.ANCHK BAILEY, Secretary. WOODMAN CIRCLE. Meets every first and third Fridays. Visiting sovereigns invited to attend. L.IBBIE O'NEAL. Guardian. I. O. O. F. Hot Springs Valley Lodge, No, 87, meets every Monday night nt 7:30 In Odd Fellows Hall, Prospect avenue nml Exchange street. Visiting brother* al ways welcome. Office of Noble Grand on second floor. J F. B18CHOB, N. G. ROHT. KOEHLER, Secretary. Hot Springs Encampment. No. R, I. O. O F . meets second and fourth Tuesday nights In Oilvl Fellows Hall, corner Pros pect and Exchange. All visiting Patri archs please attend. J F. BIFCHOB, C. P. H. C. GRAHAM. Scribe. Garland Rebecca Lodge, No 70, I. O. O. K., meets first and third Tuesday nights In Odd Fellows Hall. Visiting brothers an<] sisters cordially Invited. MRS. NANNIE LITTLE, N. G. MRS. FANNIE SATJI.8, Secretary. K. OF P. Meets every Tuesday night at 514 1-3 Central avenue. JOHN M. FEWKI08, C. C. JAS. S. McCONNELL. K. of R. and 8. B. P. O. E. Hot Springs Lodge, No. 3R0, B. P. O. E . meets every Wednesday evening at 8:36 sharp, at their new hall, cottier Spring and Valley streets. Visiting brothers cordially ln'dted. G E. IIOC, A BOOM, E. R. REDMOND JOYCE, Secretary. M. W. OF A. Hot Springs Camp, No. 13343. Modern Woodmen of America, meets at SO.' 1-3 Central avenue, on the second and fourth Wednesdays at S p. rn. C A. McConnell and A. W. Borrow, physicians. A. .1 GUERIN. V. C. J J. HICKMAN. Clerk. KNIGHTS AND LADIES OF SECURITY Hoi Springs Council, No. 2016. Knight* ami Ladles of Security, meets at Odd Fellows Hall, second ami fourth 'Thurs day nights. Visiting member* cordially welcomed. H. E KIRKPATRICK, Pres. J J. HICKMAN. Clerk. El.WOOD SMITH Organizer. L. O. O. M. Hoi Springs Lodge. No. 504. Loyal Or der i f Moose, meets every Friday even ing la the Moose llall, 724 1-2 Central avenue. Visiting brothers cordially- In vited. J. II. BERRY, Dictator. .1 W. StClnlr. Secretary. Sentinel-Record Want Ads Gets suits. Hot Springs Abstract & Guaranty Co. Up to date abstract* mad# and abstracts continued and loan# negotiated. ♦06 CITIZENS NATIONAL BANK BUILDING Phone 109*.