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The Sentinel=record. (Hot Springs, Ark.) 1900-current, August 07, 1914, Image 8

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YOUR CHOICE |
I OF H
1,000 PAIRS OF CHILDRIN'S, MISSES’ AND BOYS’ LOW
SHOES, OXFORDS, ANKLE STRAPS AND SLIPPERS
_ Ij WILL CONTINUE gj
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[ -- FRIDAY ! -
After going through our immense Children’s Department, putting out
I every pair of Slippers (unless the lines were complete, in our store,) consisting
I of all the best makes and styles, we decided to make a general clean-up and
I let them go at $1.00 a pair Friday last day.
i Also 500 Pair of Ladies' Odd Pairs and Short L:nes at $1.00
i NONE CHARGED OR SENT ON APPROVAL
L PNER& .
| “THE SHOE STORE AHEAD”
1% *rYr>r‘IJ1MI7 wmisk.'.y and tc
p,/|OKl HllNh OAtCO IUh... Tr«.«
A » ■ tiy now piiHilcss method Not-sine dollar now j
be |>%wl until satisfaction has been effected Parr's 3 d^j j
Liquor Trrslmrnl . - — “ **
OR. PACE’S SANITARIUM
HOI SPRINGS. ARK ANSA.'
*iut*riuni, 4X2 Spring Strum
t't”* nrn<» nyt 1 v <vntr*.j
Its Better than Gold
Bonds for Investment
Hempwallace
Town lots
on tho m. D. A u. n. n„ 11
mile* wtit of Hot Spring*. Easy
payment*—$5.00 down and $5 00
por month on each lot. So*—
> Arkansas Real
Estate Company
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CITY. AGENT*
{HOT SPRINGS
FOUNDRY CO.lj
High Clast
IRON, STEFL. BRASS AND
ALUMINUM CASTINGS
Manufacturers and Dealer* In !
Structural Iron for Building*
Gratings, Fire Escapes and Iron
Fences a Specialty.
Address. Valley and Runyan Sts.
TELEPHONE 134*
P. O. Box 293
THAT SUIT OR GOWN
Which la too good to discard
and yet not satisfactory In re
gard to appearance or color, can
be cleaned and dyed so that it
will
LOOK JUST LIKE NEW
and the coat will be a trifle to
think what Improvement It
makes on the garment.. It la
cheaper to dye than to buy. We
I are anxious to dye for you.
THE EMPORIUM CLEANING
AND DYEING PLANT
Work called for and delivered.
209 Central Ava. Phone 1147.
INDUSTRY REVIVES
IN SLIGHT DEGREE
FEW INDICATIONS OF ACTIVITY
IN NEW Y'-'RK BUSINESS CIR
CLES IS SHOWN.
Condition of Suspended Animation
Prevails in the Financial District
Owing to the War.
New York, August 6.—There were
a few indications today of a reviving
activity in finance and industry but
in most directions a tradition gf sus
pended animation prevailed.
From the steel trade came reports
pf higher prices and a more active
Inquiry. The war created a wall
more effective than uny tariff In
keeping out foreign steel. As a re
mit, flie steel market here is in the
minds of American sellers. Prices on
lie Pacific coast were reported to
iave advanced $:t a ton with in
creases of in other domestics.
Distribution of emergency currency
lo New York banks continued but
the banks made no urgent demands
and the money went out slowly.
Efforts were made at a meeting of
tankers and bond dealers to slop out
ride (lea ings in bonds during the
pel ) d of the stoek exchange suspen
■i< a. It was decided to curtail such
transactions, leaving to the discre
tion of each house its course of ac
tion.
New York hankers received many
COMFORT COMFS
INSTEAD OF PAIN
Rheumatism, Lumbago, Soreness of
All Kinds, Quickly Rubbed Out
When You Apply Speedway.
Pain loaves like made when d>u
apply Specilwly. You Just seem to
smooth all the trouble out, and in
stead of hurting while doing it, there
is a cooling, soothing sensation right
away. Remember -Speedway is do
ing its work the minute you put it
on, even though it cannot torture you
or harm the most tender skin, or
stain the flesh or the daintiest fab
ric.
You can absolutely depend upon
Speedway going right to the spot and
doing all we claim for It. If you're
not satisfied, the druggist returns
your money.
You get delightful relief the very
first rub. You run no risk, and our
advice to you is to get a large bottle
right away if you want to travel "the
road to quick relief."
Speedway was discovered and used
for many years by an old Scotch
physician. It was brought to Ameri
ca, and is now offered to all who suf
fer from rheumatism, lumbago, sore
throat, bruised tendons, tired feet,
sprained muscles—any muscular sore
ness whatsoever.
Why suffer when Speedway is at
your service to relieve you? A free
hook with each bottle gives full di
rections for all uses. Cet a bottle to
day from A. C. Jennings, Druggist, 1<>8
Ouachita avenue, and the Central
Drug Store, 608 Central avenue, Hot
Springs, Arkansas, and know the
complete comfort that this marvelous
remedy B*vea
Inquiries from interior banks regard
ing tlie value of stock exchange cer
tificates as collateral fo loans. These
banks were advised to hold loans se
cured by stock exchange collateral
until the exchange reopens.
The stock exchange lias removed
restrictions regarding private trading
to the extent of permitting members
to close up such transact!>ns as
were carried over from last Thurs
day where this was mutually advan
tageous or could lie done without the
aid of fresli certification or new oans
from bunks.
In a word, the exchange is encour
aging the adjustment of outstanding
transactions especially where they
involve Impaired margins which cus
tomers may find themselves unable
or unwilling to strengthen. It is o|e
posed to any dealing of a speculative
character, including the purchases of
stocks on margins, however adequate,
and opposing the public quoting of
stocks by its members, some of whom
it is known have submitted tentitive
prices on inquiry.
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The Twenty Year Test.
■'Some twenty years ago 1 used
Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and
Diarrhoea Remedy,” writes Ceo. \V.
brock, publisher of the Enterprise,
Aberdeen, Md. "I discovered that it
was a quick and safe cure for diar
rhoea. Since then no one can sed me
anything said to be “just as good.”
During all these years I have used it
and recommended it many times, and
It lias never disappointed anyone.”
For sale by all dealers.
ADMINISTRATRIX NOTICE.
'Notice is hereby given. That the
undersigned, as Administratrix of the
estate of John F. Hale, deceased,
will at the September term 1914. of
the Garland County Probate Court,
on the tirst day thereof, or as soon
thereafter as counsel can he heard,
apply to said court for an order to
sell certain tea' estate belonging to
said estate to raise money with which
to pay debts probated and allowed
against said estate, to: wit The west
1-2 Ix>t 2, Block 49 in the City of Hot
Springs, Arkansas.
Tiiis 6th day of August, 1914.
JOSEPHINE HALE,
Administratrix as aforesaid.
By A. Curl, Attorney. S-7-;;t»t
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SWISS NEWS.
’rite Swiss citizens residing in the
United States belonging to the Swiss
Army for First and Second <’a 1
(Atiszttg and landwehr) are notified
ttiat they have to get ready at once
tr.r service. For further information
report to the Swiss Consulate In New
Orleans, La., or to the Swiss la'ga
t on in Washington, D. C,
AT UPPER BRIDGE.
Inasmuch as there are no negro
gatherings tolerat< d at the Gardner
■Bridge of the Ouachita, and that the
negro affray took place at the upper
bridge, or old Gibltons Bridge, the
mistake in stating the light was at
the Gardner Bridge is herewith cor
rected.
YOUNG HEADS K. OP P.
Winnipeg. August 6.— B. S. Young,
of Ada, Ohio, for two years vice
chancellor of the Knights or J’ythlrs.
today was unanimously eieg#*d su
preme chancellor at a bt .ses
sion of the order in anmutf^TOvr n
tlon here. The 1915 convention city
will be chosen tomorrow. Portland,
Oregon, Nashville, Tenn., and New
Y'ork are candidate*}.
MBAUD OF
WAR OFSFKIBF.D
GREAT BRITAIN FORWARDS TO
UNITED STATES ITS PROCLAM
ATION FOR CONTRABAND.
Long List Articles Included When
Being Shipped to Countries at War
With Great Britain.
Washington, D. C., August 0.—
Great Britain's contraband of war
proclamation was cabled to the state
department today by Ambassador
Page. It placed arms, ammunition
and all distinctly military supplies on
the list of '•absolute” contraband;
and designated food, grain, money,
horses and general guppies as con +
tional contraband subject to seizure
and to the contraband laws when in
tended for the use of a power which
Great Britain is at war.
The proclamation follows the usual
lines and those Issued by other pow
ers involved in war probably will b'»
virtually identical. It names the fol
lowing as absolute contraband.
1. Arms of all kinds and their
component parts.
2. Projectiles, charges and car
tridges of all kinds and their dis
tinctive component parts.
2. Powder and explosives specially
prepared for use in war.
4. Gun mountings, timber boxes,
timbers, military wagons, field forges
and their distinctive component
parts.
r>. Clothing and equipment of a
distinctly military character.
ti. All kinds of harness of a dis
tinctively military character.
7. Saddle, draught and pack ani
mals suitable for use in war.
8. Articles of camp equipment and
their distinctive component parts.
b. Armor plates.
10. Warships, including boats and
their distinctive component parts of
such a nature that they can only be
used on a vessel of war
11. Aeroplanes, airships, balloons
and aircraft of all kinds and their
component parts, together with ac
re ssories and articles recognizable
for use In connection with balloons
and air craft.
12. Implements and apparatus de
signed exclusively for the manufac
ture of munitions of war for the
manufacture or repair Inf arms or war
material for use on land and sea.
The fo lowing will he treated as
conditional contraband:
1. Foodstuffs.
2. Forage and grain suitable for
feeding animals.
.3. Clothing, fabrics for clothing
and boot and shoes suitable for use
In war.
4. Gold and silver in coin or bul
lion, paper money.
a. Vehicles of all kinds available
for use in war and their component
parts.
ti. Vessels, coast and boats of al!
kinds, floating docks, parts of docks
and their component parts.
7. Hailway material, both fixed
and rolling stock and material for
telegraphs, wireless telegraph, and
telephones.
8. Fuel lubricants.
b. .Bower and explosives not spe
cially prepared for use in war.
10. Barber wire and implements
for fixing and cutting the same.
11. Horse sihoes and shoeing ma
terials.
12. Harness and saddlery.
13. Field gasses, telescopor,
chronometers and al! kinds of nau
tical instruments.
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GUARD MERCHANT VESSELS.
Halifax, August C.—The British
cruiser Bssex escorted tho White
Star line steamer Cederic into the
harbor here late today. Warships
and liner anchored in the inner har
bor alongside the Gummier Maure
tania.
BLOOD CLEANSER AND PURIFIER
LONG LIFE, HEALTH AND
HAPPINESS
W A M P I N E
for the blood i
Kvery bottle hermetically sealed.
Ia)ss of weight, pale cheeks, weari
ness of muscle and nerves ran he
banished quickly and easily and with
out harm to your system for WAM
IMNI5 is purely vegetable.
The most delicate stomach is not
harmed; it reaches the vita spot of
your system and washes out Impuri
ties.
The stimulating properties of
WA.VMMNK compel the skin, bowels
and liver, kidneys and bladder to
work eogether and east out the poi
sonous substances. You can teel good
once more.
if not at your druggist order a hot
t'e today for one dollar postpaid from
WAMPINE MEDICINE CO„
Little Rock, Ark.
I linU'maus \
J C. G. Bryan, Distributor |
426 Central Avenue
^ Telephone 1009
HOT SPRINGS, ARK.
i
You should try it at once. Watch for the
Green Label with Red Triangular Corner—
it predominates wherever good beer is sold.
%
Is the outgrowth of a lifetime of brewing experience. Our Brew
Master learned the business in Germany over 50 years ago,
therefore there is a reason for the individuality about the“Hcile
man Way” of making beer that puts “Old Style Lager”—
the beer with a snap to it—in a class of its own—and bring3
back pleasant recollections of the Fatherland.
It is the real merit—the genuine value that is responsible for
the unprecedented demand. It has honestly won its popularity.
It is not chance that has made “Old Style Lager” the best.
It is not the material alone that produces good beer, it*s the
knack of knowing how to blend the different materials to get that
snappy taste and aromatic flavor that makes “Old Style
Lager” so much different from other beers.
G. H Ell .EM AN BREWING COMPANY, LA CROSSE. WIS., U.S. A.
C. G. BRYAN, Distributor
426 Central Avenue
Telephone 1009 HOT SPRINGS, ARK.
ROBERTSON LEADS 1
OKLAHOMA PRIMARY

IS HEADING THE LIST OF SEVEN
GUBERNATORIAL CANDIDATES
BY A SMALL MARGIN.
Oklahoma City, Okla., August (I.—
With approximately 85 per cent of
the total democratic vote in the
state heard from, 1!. Robertson
is tonight leading in the race in the
nomination for governor with 743
plurality over Robert L. Williams, h's
nearest opponent. Al Jennings b
third. Out of 77 counties in the state
complete returns have been received
from 32 counties and partial returns
from 35 (Ounties. The vote so far
received totals 94,322 and is divided
as follows;
(Rebel18i.li 241.132; Williams 25,389;
Jennings 16,278; Robert Dunlop, Id
103; Charles West, !i,u.'!o; p. p. Her
ring, 7,301. James S. Davenport is
conceded the nomination for congress
man in tlie first district W. W. Has
tings, in the second, and Cahrles D.
Carter, unopposed, in the third. In
the fourth district the winner is in
doubt, but it is believed the race has
narrowed to William Murray and H.
H. Smith.
in tiie fifth district ramie Weaver
has conceded the nomination to Joe
R. Thompson in the Sixth . Scott
Perris was renominated by a big
majority.
In the seventh district, eight candi
dates are in the race and it is in
doubt, (n the eighth district con
cedi d to lie republican, Dick T. Mor
gan was renominated. No attempt
hits been made to summarize the
vote on any other state officers.
II is generally conceded that 15. R.
Howard lias received the i fmiinatlon
for state auditor, but other wlnnes
are in doubt.
'In u statement IP L. Williams says
he has received complete returns
from <15 counties which gave him a
plurality over Robertson of 3,835
votes.
Williams says he is assured of the
nomination by 2,<KK).
'Robert: I n refused to make a state
ment tonight.
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FANS, all sizes, right prices, at
Schmelzel’s, fill Central avenue. Phone
421 4-29 tf
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MRS, MELLARD INJURED.
Mrs. W. A. Mellard was thrown
from a horse Iasi evening which be
came frightened while she was riding
on Spring street, and she received
Injuries ttie nature of which could not
readily be determined, but which are
not expected to prove serious. Dr. .1.
P. Randolph, who attended her, stat
td he hud a concussion but that it
was not a particularly severe one She I
was r< moved to her home, 1 n{> Lod
widge street.
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TTse Liggett* Golden Tin tea for
making Iced tea. This tea is pro
cured only from the ear v flowery
pickings, which in this country 1
found in but few of the most exclusive
stores, ana then al piices varying
from $2.00 to $5.00 a pound. Price
$1.00 a pound. For sale liy K. G. Mor
tify Drug Co. Phone 212. 6-10-tf
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WHEAT CARGO SAFE.
Queenstown, August 0- The Can
ard line steamer Carmania and tli •
British steamer Kunteric, the latter
with a cargo of wheat from Gnlve ton
for Germany, arrived here today es
corted by a cruiser.
NEW ALTITUDE RECORD.
Kansas < itv, \ugusi 6 IV* Lloyd 1
Thompson of Chicago, in an Ameri
can built aeroplane broke the Ameri
can altitude record today by rising to
the height of 15.600 feet. Tile pie
vioua record was 11,260 l*cl, made by
Lincoln* Hearty at Chicago ia lltl.'l.
“Brownatone”
Tints Your Hair
In a Minute
All So-Called “Restorers" That
Claim to "Gradually Restore”
Color to Your Hair Are Simply
Slow Acting Dyes.
The straightost road and the Short
est cut to the certainty of an attrac
tive .and beautiful appearance is tho
up.*- "i i.ruwna*
tone” Hair Stain.
This prepara
tion will instantly
change gray,
streaked or faded
hair to the soft
est and richest
golden brown,
medium or dark
brown, or black —•
Just as you wish.
Just comb or
brush it into your
hair.
" Jtrownatone "
will always givo
you the most
pleasing results
and you need havo
had no previous
experience.
imjlWflBilJMt VI UCUJLUUU, Will IMMi
rub or wash off. and needs retouch
ing only as the hair grows out.
“Brownatone” hair stain is far su
perior to “dyes," and is absolutely
harmless in every way.
Sold by all up-to-date druggists, In
two sizes, 25c and $1.00. If you are
offered a substitute, save annoyance
by refusing it and ordering "Browna
tone" direct from the makers.
Insist on “Brownatone” at your
hairdresser's -
A trial bottle and Interesting book
let will be mailed for 10 cents.
Address The Kenton Bharmacal Co.,
8 1E. Bike HI., Covington, Ky.
Sold and recommended in Hot
Springs by Sorrells Drug C’o. and
other leading dealers.
Chiropractic Adjustment j
THE WAY TO GET WELL
I
Chiropractic is de
fined by Webster as j
“A system of adjust- /
ing the joints, espe- 1
ciaiiy of the spine
for the curing of
DISEASE."
This science ac
counts for, locates
and removes the
cause of most ail
human ailments.
Why not have the
cause of your trou
ble explained and
relieved from your
cpine.
Consultation and ex
amination freely ex
tended to ail with- A
out charge. ▼
I. A. WILLIAMS
CHIROPRACTOR
«
Moved to
706 1-2 CENTRAL AVE.
PHONE 1118.
\ SECURITY BANK a
| HOT SPRINGS SAVINGS, TRUST 9
iAND GUARANTY COMPANY. B
* KOLt OF HONON
SANK
*uilt to Withstand the Storm. I
Capita! $100 000 Surplus $75,000 I
J. F. RANKIN CONSTRUCTION CO g
Plans and Specifications Furnished j
If Desired.
References—.lames Anderson, Waits! i
Halsey, Mrs. Hinkle, I) Rosen an® I
C. I.azeras, ■'}
600 Central Ave. Phone 2302 1
Room 10 Upstairs. 4-2611# jg
CAKES STABLE
For New Buqgies, Mountain Drive
Carriages, Country Trips and Drunv
mer Work.
HENRY OAKES, Mgr.
117 Dower St. Phone J4®
#C1alis answered aav or n!f«ht. Boa,tir
Inpr hsiises a specialty.
Williams’ Kidney and Liver PiU*
Hav« you overworked your nervou* If
and canned trouble wltli your kidney#*2 ■
liver? Have you pairm in loin#, idde
li.M'k? Have you a flabby appe^1***®
of t Iks face nnd under the eye#' If ho.®*
WILLIAMS* KIDNKY AND LIVKK PI I-a*
For Male by all drutf^isU. Price 50 c*u***
WILLIAMS MFG. CO., Props., Cleveland, Old#
A. C. Jennings, 108 Ouachita Avenue- |

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