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(Sentinel-Record’s t Great Distribution of that Superb Song Collection HEART SONGS The Most Famous Songs in the World Four Years in Collecting the Melodies Nearest and Dearest to the Hearts oi 20,000 People, 100,000 Copies Sold at $2.50 per Copy Our Offer to Our Readers is for 6 Coupons and Cost ' *, of Distribution 4 * _ —.■" ———— 4 Many songs pitched in .i % lower key, so the whole family can sing them. Choice of two bindings. Clean Music text, clear print, fine paper, artistic presswork. I No Other Song Book Can I Ever Equal This One H It is the last word —the climax of ft song book making Thousands are clamoring for it. Thousands already have it Why not YOU? Get it today on your way home and lay up for your family treasures if of song for years to come! h See Coupon for Terms in Today’s Paper ffl_on Another Page hi by World Syndicate Co.. Inc. j ——— —--—■ HARDIN CONSTRUCTION AND TRANSFER CO. Dealers Tn BR,C K, SAND. CRUSHED STONE AND GRAVEL ED. HARDIN Prop. 3* y .ley St. Phone 333. Irltagton Drug Store I EllELE A HUNT, Propfc ■ II C#nti-». Ava.. anaoelte Arilnotan Hotel FOR SALE Small dairy ami truck farm, adjoin ing the Golf grounds, 5 acres; no bet ter land on the road. Improvements all built during last tihree years, and NOW In good repair. This farm is supplied w'th full equipment—12 good milk cows, 2 horses and one dairy wagon. Paying milk route establish ed. Household goods, dairy and farm ing implements all go. A close bar gain for cash. Telephone 1179. J. S. GLAZE, l>23 1-2 Central Ave. [CLOSING OUT SALE | of the 1 WALDSTEIN STOCK OF DRY 1 GOODS I Begins Oct. 10, 1914. j Get your Bargains & for Winter. 5 wmmmummmmmmmmmmmmmm* • • ' — ■ 11 — — Mrs. Higginbotham has reopened the Kddy Hotel dining room. Single meals served family or cafe style. Meal tickets per week. Society I MRS. D. A CROCKETT, Editor. Telephone 2241. Mail Items to 120 Garland Ave. Ouakesup Club. Tlie meeting of the Ouakesup Club at the residence of Mrs. K. H. Eckler yesterday was very delightful and a full attendance of the cli'.ib members showed enthusiasm for the lull work An excellent program was rendered. The especially intellectual literary numbers were the address of greeting by Hue president, Mrs. C. C. Sparks, and the talk by Mrs. M. .1. Henderson on her trip through Euroipe. The vocal solo by Mrs. C. B. Cald well was especially enjoyable. Much business was transacted, r; was decided to buy cotton doth and make distributions in u philanthropic way locally where needed. The meeting was a great success and the hostess delightful. ♦ * ‘ * Fortnightly Club. The Fortnightly Club Will meet Wednesday afternoon with Miss Eu genia Swearenun at her home on Orange street. A fine meeting Is an ticipated. * * * Musical Art Club. Alls. Jack F. Mauler, the club presi dent, will be hostess mxt Thursday alternoon to the Musical Art Club. * * » Peace Service. >111 accordance with tlie wish of President Wilson that peace services tie held throughout our land, the churches of this city hold appropriate services in their various places of worship. The afternoon union service at the I i inccss theater held by tlie minis ters of several denominations was very Tine and well attended. Lovely special music was rendered. Tlie evening service at St. Luke's Episcopal ,church was very impressive and beautiful. Tthe music by the large snnpliced choir was* splendid. The place litany was very elevating and beneficial. Tlie sermon by tlie rector. Rev. A. R. Llwyd, was forceful arid delivered in an impressive manner. The whole service was deeply reMg ions. Tlie air of reverence and piety at' the entire congregation was very noticeable. It was prayerful, gtuppli cutin.r and respectful. S The following fraternal organiza tions attended in bodies: the Moo;to, Masons, and Elks. The collection taken up will lie for warded to the American relief organ i/aldon jind sent to Eurotke. * * * Enos Toadvin, New York, is a guest at tlie Majestic hotel # * * .1. M. Hester and .1. L. Watson, St. Louis, art* registered at tlie Majestic hotel. | t * $ * * * The Louisiana colony at the Major; tic hotel was augmented by the ar rival of H. S. Ross, Rosedale; .f. C. Theus, Monroe; II. E. Madison, Bas trop, and Miss M. Goodman. * * » .1. Keily, Jackson, Ky„ is registered at the Majestic hotel. * * * Mr. and Mrs. ('. H. Newell, Okla homa City, arrived at the Majestic hotel for an extended visit. * * * Mrs. .1. A. R. Mosely and S. Mose ly, Jeffers#!!, Texas, are late arrivals at the Majestic hotel. * * * Mr. and Mrs. A. E. Clark. Omaha, are guests a tlie Majestic hotel. * * m Tlie Little Kook contingent at the Majestic hotel has been increased by tlie arrival of the following; Mr. and Style 135. The Ally A Kempner’s Special In the new shade, Mahogany, Russia, blind eyelets, dip toe, low flat English heel, There is as much difference be tween ordinary shoes anil KEMPNER'S SPECIALS as there is between gilt and gold. The K. Special is the aristo crat among shoes. Ike Kempner & Bro. j “The Shoe Store Ahead.” | .... " X Mrs. II. A. Shaw, Jr., Mr. ami Mrs. J. A. Weus, W. 11. Whitson, V. Uurns, Ur. C. A. Hudson, W. M. Anderson, O. I’. Luther. * * * Ladies' Temple Aid. The I .Julies 'l'emiple Aid Society will meet in tin* vestry room Wednesday ufti moon. All are invited * * * t'iyde \\ ooley and Miss Marls Claik, both of Hot Springs, were mar ried at tile home of the bride’s par ents, Hobson avenue, Sunday evening at <i o'clock. Her. Dean officiating. They will make their home in this city. n * * F. D. Conrad, New Orleans, is regis tered ut the Majestic hotel. * * * (Mr. and Mrs. F. C. Stearns returned a lew days ago ironi u delightful visit to their summer home In Muine. * * * Mrs. C. G. Convers and daughter, •Miss Helen, have returned from New York, where they slopped en route from Huropo. * * * Hon. W. H. Martin and daughters, •Misses Lll/.abetli and Mary, left yes terday for Helena. They will visit Arkansas City and Memphis. iMrs. Jack F. Mauler returned Sat urday from Memphis, where she via lied the Trt-Stale Fair. * * m Dr. Cleveland Woodeoek is expected soon from Denver on a visit to Ids parents, Mr. and Mrs. Alf. Woodcock. * * * Caipt. J. H. Avery returned Sunday from a two weeks' visit to Chicago. * * * Miss Mary Skirving of Memphis is visiting her sister, Mrs. John 1!. Sc udder. * * * 'Mrs. R. Nettles and daughter, Miss Kate, returned Saturday from a visit to relatives itt Malvern. * * * Mrs. \. C. Williams le^t Sunday for St. Ixmls. *r m * Miss Rleanor Blades and Misse Mary and Josejlhim llrown spent yes terday in Glenwood * * c Mtiny lovely pro nuptial events ai\ being planned hy the friends of Miss Sallte Phillips Hector. * * * Mr. and Mrs. Theodore Rdsall re turned (Saturday from St. Louis. * * * !Mrs. D. B. Haley is over from Hope on a visit to her father, Capt. L. D ! Heldin of the Beldin House. --- PUBLIC NOTICE. To Merdhants, Business Men and Others: Notice is hereby given that I have not authorized any one to buy goods, employ labor or make contracts n|>on the credit of Garland county and that from and after this date all bills for allowances against the county for goods or merchandise furnished it. or for labor performed for it, must tie accompanied by the requisitnon issued by the undersigned authorizing the purchase or employment. This regulation will lie strictly en forced and I will positively not allow any claim unless the same be filed in the manner herein provided. Given under my baud this third day of October, 11*1 I. ROBERT II. MOONEY. fOet f-lflt.) County Judge. Why Not Publish It? When you want a fact to become general’y known, tflie right way is t< publish it. Mrs. Joseph Kalians, Peru, Ind., was troubled with belching, sour stomach and frequent headaches. Sin w rites, *'I feel il my duty to tell other whnt Chamberlain's Tablets have dom for. me. They have helped my diges tion and regulated my bowels. Since using them I (have been entirely wel ." For sale by all dealers. NOTICE TO PUPILS. Miss kindergarten and grades will open Monday, Sept. 21st, in the primary room of the First Bap tist church building on Court street. Phone 937. 9-18-1 m DISSOLUTION NOTICE. The partnership business of Hous ton & Swan, Dentiifts, has been dis solved, Dr. E. G. Houston retiring. All outstanding accounts are pa.vab.e at my office and a prompt payment at this time will be appreciated. II. L. SWAN, 301-2 Dugan-Stuart Bldg. 10-3-31 ———1 O DRESSMAKER AND FITTER. MRS. LAURA McDICE has returned from her vacation and reopened he dressmaking and fitting establish ment, at 131 Central avenue, where she will be pleased to sea her old patrons, and make new odes. Her reference is her work. Telephone 1190. 9-8-lmo -o MADAME RUDELL, DRESSMAKING Stylish frocks to suit individual. French designs copied If desired; re modeling. Moderate prices. 197 'Crest St. Phone 1551. 10-1-lm »*. * \ GOLD FISH DAY At R. G. Morris Drug Co. Wednesday, October 7th We have arranged to give away 6000 beautiful Gold Fish and Globes with pur chases of Rexall preparations and a number of every day Specials^ as Soaps, Face Pow ders, Tooth Preparations, Stationery, Perfumes, Face earns and i alcuni Powders. The distribution will be con ducted on the following plan: One Gold Fish and Aquarium.with 25c Rexall Purchase Two Gold Fish and one-qt. Aquarium.with 50c Rexall Purchase Two Gold Fish and 1-2 gal. Aquarium. with $1.00 Rexall Purchase Four Gold Fish. Extra Large Aquarium with $2.50 Rexall Purchase Note following preparations are included in this offer The Rexall Store What It Means to You and What It Means to the Owner of a Rexall Store n At the Rexall Store whether in New York, Hot Springs, Houston or any other of the 5, 000 eities and towns in the United States aid Canada, It means a square deal to you and II will pay you to seek and patronize The Rexali Store. To the owner It means the combined efforts of over 5,000 Roxall druggists cov>r lag all parts of the United States, Canada, England and Scotland, Ireland and Wales. Can you realize what this means to The Hex all Store? We want every man, woman and child in Hot Springs and vicin ity to know about The Rexall Store ami Tho Rexsll Podcy. See Our Display Tuesday of Gold Fish and what you can buy to get them FREE— previous to day of sale. nexall Arnica Salve. Price.25c Rexall Aromatic Castor Oil—A pleasant Oust or oil. Price...,.25c Rexall Baby Cough Syrup Por the ba hy's cough. Price .25c Rexall Beef, Wine and Iron -Appetizer and Invigorator. Price ..$1.00 Rexall Catarrh Jelly -Por catarrh and colds. Price .25c Rexall Catarrh Tablets -The u>cal treat ment for catarrh used with an atomizer • ‘rice . 50c Rexall Cherry Bark Cough Syrup -The Rexall Cod Liver Oil Emulsion. Price .$1.00 besi el all cough remedies. Price 25c 4. 50c Rexall Cold Tablets—A simple and effecl ive remedy for cold in the head. Price 25c Rexall Cream of Almonds—A delightful preparation that you will like. Price 25c Rexall Dyspepsia Tablets—The most ef fective remedy on the market. Price . 25c, 50c, and $1.00 Rexall Eczema Ointment. Price .50c Rexall Emulsion of Petroleum A pleas ant and agreeable preparation, free from fish odor. Price . 75c Rexall Eye Wash Por Inflamed and sore ryes. Price . 25c Rexall Hair Tonic Will impart to the hair new strength and life. Price 50c & $1 Rexall II endue he Powders Price 10c & 25c Rexall Headache Salve. Price . 25c Rexall Kidney Cure The best remedy obtainable in liquid form. Price 50c & $1 In pid form. Price.... 50c Rexall Laxative Syrup A pleasant non gripiug preparation. Price 25c and 50c Rexall Little Liver Pills—l’urely vegeta ble. Price.25c Rexall Liver Salts -Gentle in action, cleanses the system, tones up the liver. Price ... . 25c and 50c Rexall Mentholine Balm. Price. 25c Rexall Mucu»one—-For chronic catarrh. Price . 50c and $1.00 Rexall Orderlies Kor chronic constipa tion, a most agreeable and effective laxative. Prire .10c, 25c and 50c Pe»all Pile Ointment. Price ...25c and 50c Rexall Pearl Tooth Powder. Price .... 25c Rexall Tooth PaGte. Price .-... 25c Rexall Rheumatic Treatment—Sufferers from rheumatism will obtain great re lief from this preparation. Price 50c & $1 Rexall Rubbing Oil—-Relieves pain and inflammation. Price.25c Rexall Sarsaparilla Tonic A tonic and blood purifier. Price. $1.00 Rexall Shampoo Paste—Antiseptic; re moves dandruff; makes the hair soft and sliky—glossy and fluffy. Price 25c Rexall Shaving Lotion An antiseptic af ter shaving lotion. Price . . .25c and 50c Rexall Effervescent Sodium Phosphate. Price . 25c Rexall Syrup Hypophosphate An excel lent general tonic. Price . $1.00 Rexall Throat Gargle. Price.25c R. G. Morris 802 CENTRAL AVE NUE, HOT SPRING3, ARK. The Recall Store WARNING ORDER. In Justice Court of Garland County Ilot Springs Township.. Before J W. Alford. J. P. R. L. Gilliam, plaintiff, vs. I. J Wing as Agent, defendants. Se curity Bank, garnishee. The Steel Manufacturing Co., I. J Winlg as aghnt. Security Bank as gar nishee, is warned to appear in this rourt within 30 days and answer to plaintiff's complaint, R. I., Gilliam. Given under uiy hand as said Jus tice of the Peace this 20th day of Au gust, 1914. J. W. ALFORD, J. P. PRINCE’S RELIEF FUND. London, Oct. 5.- -9:15 p. m. -Thf Prince of Wales’ fund has reached (15,000,000 and the prince has is uoi i letter expressing his thanks for t*H generous contribution. ‘I trust,” die says in the letter 'that the portion of the fund whicl will lie applied to the relief of civi distress may. as far as possible, flos into productive channels, such as as sisting schemes for male and femah employment and perhaps Industrie training, tor it is repugnant to me as it must he to the recipients, that as sistance could be distributed only in the form of doles." -o - - DR. S. D. WEIL Dr. R. D Well announces the re moval of his offices from the Arkan sas National Bank building to the third floor of the New Thompson building. Mrs. Kcllermans REPAIR SHOP. Ladles’, dents’ and f'hilrtren’s cloth ing made ovpr and repaired at rea sonable rates. Now is the time to have your winter clothes put In or der. 114 tSxchajige Street. nHICHESTER S PILLS 1 lit'. li'AMUnU 1UCA.N1>. \ L*dlc«t AftU your l>rtic£>* ('hl'Cliet'U'r u UiumonlTlr JCv rill* io Kid an-1 Gold ho km, s'-airl wiih lUue ... SmS 'lake no olLcr. Iltiy of your nr l»rng£l«t. A W form 1.4 IIMS-TIRS Jf IMAM<>Nl> ItRANII IMMXforfiA 9 year; k nown as Best, Safest, Alway, ItetiabU r S!kO BY PRMifilSTS FVERYWHFRF WHEN? When you want your watch repaired When you want a pair of eyeglasses When you want your jewelry repaired When you want your clock repaired When you want to buy a birth month ring When you want to buy a wedding gift When you want to buy prize cups and trophies When you want to buy a fraternal order pin or jewelry When you want to buy a solid gold wedding ring When you want to buy a solitaire diamond ring When you want to buy a guaranteed watch When you want to buy a clock for your home When you wish to order wedding or calling cards Go to JACCARD'S on Central Ave. LOWEST PRICES IN AMERI CA FOR FINE GOODS.