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__9 WANTED CANTED—(Men or women to learn ae barbers trade or ladies beauty and air work. A ?2G tuition entit es you > all of tlhc practice that you want, '.ages from start. Tools, diplomas, ad Jobs, guaranteed. Palmer System, ittle Rock, Ark. or Joplin, Mo. 9-4 lmo. 7ANTED—White woman for cook; Dom on place; good home for worthy rrson. Address with reference, U., lis office. 9-19-tf CANTED Hoarders, private, at 138 lacnolia, $6 per week. Hath three locks. 10-3-wk CANTED POSITION Ily ~ educated 6dy of character (elderly) as matron i public institution; as housekeeper n hotel or refined home, or position n Dr.'s office. Add. O. M., e.o. Sp inel-Record. 10-G-3t. WANTED—Lady canvasser. Apply 194 Whittington Ave. 10-6-31 LAND OWNERS—Do you want your Boil built up, your stock improved, fruit taken care of, by a man that knows how, on a percentage basis? If Interested correspond with R. H. Tracy, 121 Carlton Terrace, Hot Springs, Ark. 10-2-lw \\ ■ -Till) — ReputnT.Te Arkansas agents for I’cnn. Mutual Life; splendid agents' renewal contract. Address S'id B. Red ding, Araknsas manager, Little Rick, Ark. 1-4-lyr 1 WANT to clean your CARPETS and RUGS. Telephone 347 and wagon will call. Ubas. Hotchkiss, Mgr. G 10-tf J I I ..I 111. Wra YOUR CREDIT IS GOOD * We Buy, Sell or Exchange New I and Second Hand * FURNITURE See us first if you waul to soli I or buy. § J. R. LOYD & SON B 2024 Third St. Phone 71 I 8-21-tf I JAS. T. JUDD g Buys and Sells 1 NEW AND SECONDHAND 8 FURNITURE I 429 Park Ave. Phone 1739 X SECOND HAND FURNITURE 4 • We buy and sell tor cash and *4 ♦ can save you money either way. 4 4 Let us list your goods; we pay 4 4 the most. 4 . ERMEY 4 SONS. Phone 338. 4 1 if - 27-tf 4 4 ♦♦•♦♦♦♦4444444S4S*»»ts**e FURNITURE We pay the highest prices for all kinds of furniture and house hold effects. Phone 430. CALL 314 MALVERN AVENUE We Huy, Sell nr ExKdiariKe New and Second-hand Furniture. Phone 2223. WILSON FURNITURE CO. 423-425 Ouachita Ave. \ 6-4-tf jea- * ■" . ' .. —= FOR RENT |HOOL LEAN I -HEAP ^JoTTAGES I THE WHIPKEY APARTMENTS p02 Park Avenue Phone 13 BK MTD, CLEAN IIGUSEK BBPING RjOOMS, ciose in, $1 per week; mod ern conveniences. 115 East Grand A ve. Phono 1217. 10-6-tf %•< Ht RENT—Modern 5-room cottage; ai o light housekeeping apartments, atnl rooms, $1.50 per month up. 16 wtfcrson St. 10-G,tf ^-- -- 1 — ■bit RENT—Tliree-rooiu apartment, famished or unfurnished; modern if desired. Also rooms. 110 School St. 10-6-tf Boi; RENT-Modern 2-room furnish ed apartment, 425 Orange, phone Tie",. 8-4-lw VfciR RENT Nice furnished rooms f© light housekeeping and bedrooms, cent rally located. 520 Market St. 0-25-1 in TOR RENT — Six-room furnished ((pertinent. modern, with hath; party wjit.ii no children. 432 Spring St. Phono 1206, 8-25-tf HOIK RENT l)r. Oebhart property, tipper Whittington avenue; 0 room hodse, modern, 0 rooms furnished. | oHuge and Btalble. Tel. 2275 or K. K. Jadgers, 615 Central avenue. 10-1-lwk FOR KENT—A four, five or six-room unffnmished apartment; gas, light and bath 606 Prospect Ave. 0-25-tf FOSR RENT—Room, private family, opi^Bite U. S. Reservation: all ion V.eiftences; reasonable rates. Phone 2267. 418 Reserve. 9-11-1 m BOOR RENT—Furnished or unfiir bishid, 8-room, two-story house, large yardgand barn. 121 11111 St., near car line. 9-29-t£ FOR RENT FOR RENT—High thousekeeping rooms, strictly modern. Geo. Peck, 8 1-2 Fountain Terrace. . 8-4-tf FOR RENT—Nlenly rurntatiPfl three four and flve-roo mcottages; all modern con veniences, best residence part of the city: reasonable rent. Apply 207 Cedar St . or phone 299. 9-12-tf foil RENT—iRooms, and cottages Hildreths apartments, 240 Court St. Phone 2046 FOR RENT—Furnished front room. 462 Spring St. 9-13-tf ROOMS FOR RENT—Nicely fur nished, steam heat, modern; very reasonable. 162 1-2 Central Ave. 10-6tf FOR RENT—6-room furnished mo dern cottage. 260 Court St. Two blocks in rear of Ark. National Bank. Apiny to Abe Eevy, 410 Central Ave. 3 o-tf-tr. T It E B O It H Ai, L—(Housekeeping Apartments. Water, light, heat and linens furnished. All outside rooms. 136 Ramble street, near car line, bath houses and springs. $15.00 per month and up. Apply 312 Central Ave. Phone 20 or 382. M. Yager. ffXMt RENT Eight-room residence, strictly modern. 4in Morrison Ave. H. F. Rector, phone 1305. lu-2-0t, TOMBEER APARTMENT—One 6-room apartment with sleeping porch on front side; nil modern accessories. Inquire Hu uiar Bath House or phone 476. 4-8tf FOR RENT—Elegant furnished cot tages, 131 Whittington, Apply 473 Whittington. Phone 534. 11-1-tf FOR RENT—Attractive four-rooin bungalow, 118 Hedwidge St.; sleeping porch, gas, hath, electric light. Phone Mrs. Weimar, 1196. 9-29-lw FOR RENT—'Unfurnished 1, 2 or 3 rooms. Aiso cottage. Inquire J., care Sentinel-Record. 10-1-lm FOR RENT—1, 2. 3 and 1 room fur nished apartments, 11 Carlton Ter race, laundry included; strictly mod ern; also unfurnished modern apart ments, at 217 laurel St. Phone 1351. 10-1-lm FOR RENT—Nicely furnished rooms. Rates reasonable. 521 Park Ave. 9-29-tf _ _»_ THE PEAZA—622 Spring St., nice rooms and housekeeping apartments, reason aide; beautiful loeatlon, cool and shady yard and sleeping porches. Mrs. M. F. Green, phone »64 FOR KENT—-Five rooms newly fur nished Bay ley apartments, 119 Spring Street. 9-24-tr FOR RENT—Cheap, unfurnished light housekeeping rooms, 646 Park Ave. Ap ply after 6 p m.. W V. Henry, Prop. 2-27-lyr FOR KENT—Nicely furnished bed rooms; board if desired. Also one suite with private bath. 802 Quapasv Ave. Phone 1191. 9-27-lm FOR RENT—Nice furnished room, hot and cold water and private bath. Apply 431 Prospect Ave. Telephone 1500. 9-27-tf EIGHT, airy housekeeping rooms, one block from bath house; electric lights; $1.50 up per week. 216 Court. a 29 tf »♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦*♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦ 4 Clean Furnished Cottages—$15.00 4 4 per month up—Near bath house*. 4 4 Tho*. Doherty, 705 Malvern Avs. ♦ 4 Phone 547. 4 ♦ ♦ | FOR RENT I ■ Kinii.MSUEl) four room flat, I B wiili ilk modern conveniences, fl I 111) Center St. Phone 1885- fl FOR SALE FOR SALE—Beautiful spot on a | Hot Springs mountain. High, 1 beautiful and 5 minutes walk I from Majestic. All public utili- fl ties handy. Lot is 1S0 front by fl over 150 deep. Has one 4-room ■ cottage on west side. Plenty of F room for one large or several B small bungalows. Price $2,000. E Worth $3,000 . Inquire T. H. fl Flynn, 172 Crest, or 629 1-2 I, Central. 10-4-tf 1 FOR SALE—A No. 1 Milch cow with young calf. Rhone 709. 10-3-tf FOR SALE—10-acre truck farm, 1 mile from Oaklawn car line. J. H. Ermey. Phone 338. 9-26-tf FOR SALE—Cheap;—Hotel and res taurant. For further information, phone 2346. 10-6-1 wk. FOR SALE—14-room rooming house; all outside rooms; furniture new. Part cash, balance easy payments. 658 1-2 Ouachita Ave. 10-G-lwk FOR SALE FOR SALE—Lease anil furniture 7 room fiat rooming house. Apply 421 1-2 Ouachita avenue. 8-29 tf FOR SALE -Jersey cow, 28 months old, 1st tar. 3&G Centra ave. 9-15-tf FOR S\LK—Two gas ranges, mat tress, springs, iron bed), dressers, and dining room table. Phone 485. 9-30-1 w FOR SALE. Desirable Hot Springs Investment property. Till roc parcels of land, con taining not less than ten (10) lots. Improvements now net about $::,GU0 annually; unimproved ground worth live thousand dollars; enough space to build 10 or 12 houses. a The price is right—the location is light, and whoever gets it for tw >nty three thousand, rive hundred dollars will have a splendid bargain. Phone 1179, .1. S. GLAZE. Oil ice G23 Central Ave. 10-G-lwk FOR SALK: See It, and get the bar gain price of Hawkins! That fine home at 10 Oak'awn Boulevard, with its modern conveniences, useful and ornamental trees, flowers, shrubbery, delicious fruit and nuts, large garden, barn wth garage, laundry and serv tints’ quarters. A mighty nice place mid so ctieap. W. T. Hawkins, 206 1-2 Central avenue, Phone 209. 9-16-tf. FOR SALK—Fine Durham-Jersey cow. Phone 2061. 10-3-3t FOB SALK—IT remit rooming timusc, gus, <-I• i■ 1 ii<- light, bath. furniture absolutely new ; terms reasonable; mason for selling, other business. Cull si. James lmtel, fe.es 1-2 Malvern avenue. between the hours of 9 u. in. and 2:30 p. m or phone -6*6. 9-16-1 mo. FOR SALK—'Furniture in ten com house, ready for roomers, 1-2 block of bathhouse and car line. Call at 3!S Market street. Phono 2211. 10-4-1 wk. FOR all kinds or eaninei wont and fur niture repair, screening and Job carpen tering, aee Barnhart, 106 Kirk St. Phone 668. S-2-tf FOR SALK—First-class Victor phono graph, with records; cost $75, wi.l "sell for $20 cash. 227 Jefferson, in rear. 10-3-3t FOR SALK—A fine milch cow. Phono 2061, or call at 237 Oarland Ave. 10-3-3t FOR SALK A good runner tired sur rey and single seated rig. Both in good condiiton. Phone 56 or apply to Clias. R. Blrnbaum. 9-20-tf. FOR SALE—A bargain in a home place on lower Central, 7 acres ground, line 6 room bungalow, electric lights, also horse, surrey and fresh Jersey cow. Phone 983. 9-27-tf. FOR SALE- A good looking horse and phaeton. Phone 2275. 10-3-3t FOR SALE OR"TRAT.)«—160 acres In Oklahoma for town or country prop erty. Inquire J., care Sentinel-Rec ord. 10-1-1 m FOR SALE OR TRADE Furniture of | rooming house; town or country property. Inquire J., care Sentinel Record. 10-1-lm FOR SALE My home, No. I Oaklawn Boulevard; six rooms and hall, with all modern conveniences. Mrs. Tally. Phone 1789. 9-23-tr. FOR SALE—BY A PHYSICIAN Drug Store and contents, only. Re tiring on account of Illness. Fine op portunity to secure a good practice by a young physician. No competition. Ten miles to nearest Drug Store. Town of find. Hood school and church es. Collections Al. Fifteen miles front Oklahoma City, on Frisco Rail road. Address Dr. \V. W. Crenshaw, Room No. 6, Majestic Hotel. 9-27-1 wk. FOR SALE—Two modern, well furnished cottages, close In: good rental property, good yards; rent for $20 and $30; a choice investment as owner leaving for foreign countries in about a week. Price $3,500 for both. Call at 9 a. m. or 4 p. m. Mrs. Knapp, 219 Whittington. 9-30-3t MISCELLANEOUS PANO TUNING. | In the world. Guar- I ictory work by T. V. I* 3ur home tuner. 1 iff $3.00. Twice a year I Phone 1188. 9-15-1 mo. I LEE MAYBERRY v LIVERY AND TRANSFER Oarrlaffe Cals Answered < Promptly. Phone 35. Stables, 812 Pleasant. Arlington Hack Stand, idle TRY A SENTINEL RECORD CLASSI FIED AD TODAY—It may rent that va cant house for you. MISCELLANEOUS ♦ ARKANSAS AUTO COMPANY « ♦ "Valley Rea,” Manager. * ♦ AGENT FOR HUPMOKILE. «, ♦ Sdven Passenger Westcott Tour- + ♦ lng earn for One, day or nlghi. ♦ ♦ TELEPHONE 400. « LEGAL NOTICES COMMISSIONER S SALE. 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, made and entered on the 27th day of August, A. D. 1014, In a certain cause (No. 5685) then pend ing thereing between Joseph Slher rick, complainant, and Gus Sauls and Chas. Keek, 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 entrance of the County Courthouse, in which said Court is hold, in the County of Garland, within the (hours prescribed by law for judi cial sales, on Saturday, the 19th day of September, A.’ D. 1914, tho follow ing described personal property to wit: One certain Rambler Automo bile. Cross Country Style. Terms of Sale: On a credit of three months, the purchaser being required to execute a bond as required by law and the order and decree of sail Court in said cause, with approved security, bearing Interest at the rate ot six per cent per annum from date of sale until paid, and a Jen be ing retained on the automobile sold to secure the payment of the purchase money. Given under my band this 5th day of September. A. D., 19M. A. G. SULLdCNBMHGMR, Commissioner in Chancery. NOTICE TO CREDITORS. Notice is heret>y given, that letters of Administration, with the will an nexed, on the estate of Elmira E Humphrey, deceased, were issued to the undersigned by the Clerk of the Probate Court of Garland County, In the State of Arkansas, on the 3rd day of July, 1914. All persons having claims against said Estate are there fore hereby notified to exhibit the same to the undersigned, properly au thenticated, within six months aftei the date of such letters or they may be precluded from any benefit in said Estate. And if sum claims be nol exhibited as aforesaid, within one year after the date of such letters they will be forever barred and pro eluded from any neueflt from said Estate. Given this 1st day of August. 1914 Z. W. IjAKENAN, Administrator with the will annex ed of the Estate of Elmira E Humphrey, deceased. (4t wkly.) RECEIVER'S NOTICE OF SALE. Notice is hereby given that in pur suance of the authority and direc tions contained in a decretal order of the Chancery Court of Gar an<| County, made and entered oil the 1 ’d.h day of September, 1914, in a cer lain cause (No. 37(iU) then pending between Robert Bennie, complainant, and S. E. Martin, defendant, the an del signed, as receiver, will offer for sale at public vendue to the highest bidder, ;,t the plumbing shop of Mar tin A Bennie, at No. 423 Ouachita avenue, in the city of Hot Spring*, Arkansas, within the hours prescribed by law for judicial sales, on Tuesday, the bth day of October, 1914, the fol lowing described property belonging to tihe firm of Martin & Bennie Plumbing Company, to-wit: One dark bay horse, about four years o d, weight about 1,2«0 pounds; one spring delivery wagon and one set of single harness; one iron safe one Underwood typewriter, ail sup plies, materials, furnishings, fixtures tools and in fact each and every ar tide of every description now located in the Martin A Bennie Plumbing ■Shop at No. 423 Ouachita avenue; also the leasehold interest on the store room occupied by the Martin & Bennie Plumbing Shop. at. No. 423 Ouachita avenue, which lease expires on the 1st day of February, 1913, Terms of sale, one a credit of threr months, the purchaser being required to execute bond as required by law and the order and decree of said court in said cans©, with approved sc eurity. bearing interest att he rate of six per cent per annum from date of sA’e until paid, and a lien being re talned on the property sold to secure the payment of the purchase money. Given under my hand this 24t.h day of September, 1914. A. G. SUEEENBERGER, Receiver. NOTICE TO CREDITORS. Notice is hereby given to all •per sons having claims against tho firm or partnership of Martin & Bennie are hereby notified to file the same, properly authenticated, with the un dersigned, within ninety days from this date, or they will be barred from sharing in the distribution of the assets of said firm. Given under my hand on this 10th day of September, 1914. A. G. SULLENBERGER, Receiver. _LEGAL NOTICES NOTICE TO CREDITORS^ Notice is hereby given that letters of administration ou the estate of M. W. Manville, deceased, were issued i to the undersigned by the cleric of the probate (curt of Garland county, in ■ tile state of Arkansas, on the 3d day i of September, A. D. 1914. All persons , having claims against said estate are therefore hereby notified to exhibit Hie same to the undersigned, proper ly authenticated, within six months after the date of such letters of ad ministration, or they may be pre cluded from any benefit in said es tate. And if such claims he not ex hibited a*j aforesaid, within one year after the date of such letters, they will be forever barred and precluded from any benefit from said estate. Given this 3d day of September, A. D. 1914. A. CURT., Administrator of the Estate of M. W. Manville, deceased. 9-18-tf Try a Sentinel-Record Want Ad. WARNING ORDER. Ill 11io liar!.,n.I Chancery Comb Frank M. Keiring. Gain a Belle Sla ' f, I hneli, Mary Kotring Virginia Bea 11 on - drickson, C, A. K e 1ring. Saili e Ketrlng. (trace Clio Zook, Florence .1 Stafflin. anil I’lioebe A Chamberlain, Plaintiffs ngalnst Mar] Hess ami Waltei Ibss, Minors, ami II. I lie s (heir Nun-resi dent Guardian, and Andrew C. Keiring, I lefeiHlant.'-'. Tho defendants. Mare Hess and Walter IT- ss. Minors, anil II. I. lless, their non resident Guardian, and Andrew C Ket ring, arc warned to iiimear In this Coint within thirty davs and answer the com plaint of the plaintiffs. Given under im hand and seal of said Court on this 15th day of September, lfllt. A. G. SHGGKNHBItGKR, Clerk By W. II. Moyston. |i C. C. Floyd lluff. Attorney ad litem. WARNING OHDER In the Garland Chancery Court. Norma Wilson plaintiff, against James Ben Wilson defendant. The defendant James Ben Wilson is warned to appear in this court within thirty days and answer the complaint of the p aintiff. Given under my hand anil seal of said Court on this 14th day of Aug ust, 1914. A. G. SUUiBNBKWlER, Clerk. By W. H. Moyston, D. 0. J. It. I.«ong, Esq., Attorney ad litem. WARNING ORDER. In the Garland Chancery Court, j Floy iM. Houpt, Plaintiff, against S. i It. Houpt, Defendant. The defendant, S. R. Houpt, is warned to appeal in this court within thirty days and answer the complaint of the plaintiff, Floy M. Houpt. Given under my hand and seal of said court on this Kith day of Au gust, 1914. i A. 0. SUUKBNIBERGKR, Clerk. By W. H. Moyston, deputy. Jas. S. McConnell, Attrouey ad litem. ADMINISTRATRIX SALE. Notice is hereby given that tlie under signed Administratrix of the estate of •loliil F. Hale, deceased. In obedience to the order of the Garland Probate Court, made and entered on the 15th day of Fepti mhcr. 11)14, will, <.n the 7th day o. i October, 1914, dining the hours for h gal sales, at the front door of the Gar land County Court house, offer for sale, by public vendue, to the highest bidder, on a credit of three months.rtnin real estate belonging to the eslole of John F. Halo, deceased. • West half Got 2, Block 49. in the City of .Hot Springs, Arkansas. The purchaser twill be required to execute a promt my 'note, wllli approv'd personal securit] for the purchase money, and 111to win he withheld until the sale is approv'd h> the court, and the purchase money paid. This 15th day of September, 1911 JOSEPH INK IIAI do, Administratrix. By A. Curl, Attorney. ■Week!] 4 times 9 1C. WARNING ORDER. In the Garland I'ltmi'cry Court. Kiln llrown, plaintiff, against Fannie Brown, Annie But Irani, the unknown heirs of George Brown, deceased, whose names are unknown to the plaintiff, the unknown heirs of Amanda Blown, de ceased, whoso names are unl<riy^'ii to in. Plaintiff, and the unknown la-it's of Bur Hiott Hamilton, deceased, whose names .are unknown to tile plaintiff Defendants. The defendants Fannie Brown. Annie Buttram, the unknown heirs of George llrown, deceased, whose names are un known to the plaintiff, the unknown heirs of Amanda Blown dec, used, wh sc names are unknown to the plaintiff, and the unknown hdrs of Burnette Hamilton, deceased, whose unities are unknown to the plaintiff, are warned to appear la ties Court within thirtv (lavs arid answer ll» complaint of the plaintiff Given under mv hand and seal of said Court on this 10th day of September. 1914. A. G. SITLLKNnKROKIt. Clerk By W. II Moyston, D. C. C. Floyd Huff, Attorney ad litem. RESTOi ATION TO • :4TRY OF LANDS IN NATIONAL FOREST, Notice la hereby gl' en that the lands described below, embracing 470 acres, within Hie Arkansas National Forest, Arkansas will he subject to settlement and entry under the provisions of the homestead laws of the United States and the act of June 11 1908 (34 Slat., 333), at the United States laud office at Lit tle Rock, Arkansas, on October 15, 1914 Any settler who was actually and In good faith claiming any of said hinds for agri cultural purposes prior to January 1, 190G.and has not abandoned same, lias a preference right to make a homestead entry for the lands actually occupied. Raid lands were listed upon the applica tions of the persons mentioned below, who have a preference right subject to the prior right of any such scttlur, pro vided such settler or applicant is quali fied to make homestead entry and the preference i ight Is exercised prior to October 15, 1914, on which date the lands will be subject to settlement and entry by any qualified person. The lands are are as follows: The SE 1-4 of NW 1-4. the W 1-2 of SW 1-4 of NE 1-4. the K 1-2 of SW 1-4, See. 24. T. 1 N„ R. 19 IV., Mb P. M., 140 acres, application of W. M lewder. Beamin'. Arkansas; 1,1st 7-234. The W 1-2 of SE 1-4 of NE 1-1, the SW 1-4 of NR 1-4, See 7, T. 1 N., R. 19 W . 60 acres, apollvalion of Calvin C Newkirk Jcssleville. Arkansas; List 7-235. The NE 14 of SW 1-4 the W 1-2 of RE 1-4, See 15, T, 1 N„ B 19 W„ 120 acres, application of Z W Schoge! n. JpsBleyllle, Arkansas; List 7-236. The F 1-2 of SW 1-4. the SW 1-4 of SW 1-4. the S 1-2 of NW 1-4 of SW 1-4, the NE 1-4 of NW 1-1 of SW 1-4. See 1. T " 1 N., R 19 W . 160 acres, application of Chas. Ault, Friendship, Arkansas; 1,1st 7-237. July 21. 1914. I) K PARROTT. Acting Assistant Commkssloncr of the General Land Office. 6 \i LEGAL NOTICES WARNING ORDER. In the Garland Chancery Court. Missouri Lumber Company, Plain tiff, against R. I*. Lucado Defendant. Tlio defendant, It. P. I.iicado, is warned to appear in this Court within thirty days and answer the complaint of the plaintiff, Missouri Lumber Com pany. Given under my hand and seal of said Court on this 15th day of Au gust, UHL A. G. SULLLNURUGHU, Clerk James S. McConnell, Attorney ad litem RESTORATION TO ENTRY OF LANDS IN NATIONAL FOREST. Notice is hereby given that me In lids described below, cn.Pricing 445 acres, within the Arkansas National Konst, Arkansas, will he subject to settlement and entry under the provision* of the homestead laws of the United Stabs and the act of June it. 1906 (31 Sint . 233), at the United States land office at Lit tle Hock. Arkansas, on October 15. 1911 Any yttlor who was actually and in good faith claiming any of said lands for agri cultural purposes prior to January 1, 1906.and has not abandoned same, has a preference right to make a homestead entry for the lands actually' occupied. Km id lands were listed upon the applica tions of the persons mentioned below, who have a preference right subject to the prior right «>f any midi settler, pro vided such setter or applicant Is quali fied to make homestead entry and the prt ferenco right l»s exercised prior to October 15. 1911, on which date the hinds will be subject to settlement and entry by any/ qualified person. The lands arc as follows: The S 1-3 of NW 1-1 of SW 1-4 of N10 1-4. the N 1-3 of the N 1-2 of SW 1-4 of NR 1-4. the NW1-4 of NR 1-4, the SVV 1-4 of NR 1-4 of NR 1-1, Sec. X. T. 1 N.. It 19 W.. 5th P. M 65 acres, application of J. W. Ragsdale, Je.sslevlllf Arkansas. Lis* 7-223. The S 1-2 of S 1-2 of SW 1 1. Sec. 5: the NR 1-4 of NW 1-4. Sec X, T. 1 N. R. 19 W.. XO acc ' application of T A. Wilson, Jessb .lie, Arkansas; List 7-225 The W 1-2 of NR 1-4 of NR 1-4. the NW 1-1 of NR 1-1. the s 1-2 of NR 1-4. Sec. 12. T. 1 N.. It. 19 W . 140 acres, application of J. <; Davis, Hot Springs. Arkansas; List 7-232. The N 1-2 of S 1-2 of See. 12, T. 1 N , It 19 W., 160 acres, applica tion of John K. Foster, Dardanolle. Ar kansas; List 7-233. July 21. 1914 D. K PAItHO'I^T, Acting Assistant »’ommls sioner of the General Land Office. RESTORATION TO ENTRY OF LANDS IN NATIONAL FOREST. Notice I* hereby given that 'he lands dcsei ibed below, embracing 430 acies, within the Arknns is National Konst, Arkansas, will he subject to settlement sad entry under the provisions ot the homestead laws of the United Slabs anil the net ot June 11. 1306 C14 Stab, 233). at the ' nltcd States land olflce al IJt tle Rock. Arkansas, on October 15, lP’.L Any settler who was actually and In good faith claiming any of said lands for agri cultural purposes prior to January 1, 1906,and has not abandoned same, has a preference right to make a homestead entry for the lands actually occupied. Raid lands were listed uoon the applica tions of the persons mentioned below, | who have a preference right subject to the prior right of any such settler, pro vided such settler or applicant Is (plan ned to make homestead entry ami the preference right Is exercised prior to October 15, 1914, on which date the lands will ho subject to settlement and entry by ail} qualified person. The lands are are ns follows: The S\V 1-4 of SAV 1-4, See. 12; the Nff 1-4 of NAV 1-4 Sec. 13. ! T. 1 N.. R. 19 \V. 5th 1‘ M.. 60 acres, application of Homer Cheek, Magnet, Arkansas: Hist 7-238. The SIC 1-4 of H\V 1-4, the S\V 1-4 of SIC 1-4, See. 13: the 1C I - 2 of NIC 1-4 of N\V 1-4. See 24. T 1 N., It 19 W., 109 acres, aprllcalion of I,. J Davis. Lawrence, Arkansas: List 7-239 The N\V 1-4 of SIC 1-4. the SIC 1-4 of SIC 1-4, the NIC 1-4 of SIC 1-4, the SIC 1-1 of NIC 1-4. Sec. 13, T. 1 N„ n 19 AV., 160 acres, application of F. T. Kin zey, Magnet. Arkansas; List 7-310. The SIC 1-4 of NIC 1-4, the N 1-3 of FAV 1-4, Sec. 15. T. 1 N . It 20 AV.. 120 acres, ap plication of John R Cash. Chance, Ar kansas: List 7-241. The N 1-2 of S 1-2 of NIC 1 4 of SAV 1-4, the S 1-2 of SIC 1-4 Of gw 1-4, Sec. 29. T. 1 N.. R. 20 AV , 30 acres, application of Neal Fisher, Lens, Arkansas; List 7-242. July 21, 1914. D. K I’ARROTT, Acting Assistant Com missioner of the Oeneral Land Office, M.( D. a. G. TIME TABLE. Effective March 18th. 1914. the Memphis, Dallas & Gulf Hi ilroad schedule between Hot Springs and Gleuwood will be as follows; No. 6 departs . 4.10 p.m. No. 1 departs .10:150 a.m. No. 6 arrives . 9:25 a.m. No. 2 arrives . 3:40 p.m. Sunday Only. No. 4 arrives . SsC'n a.m. No. 5 departs . 4:4* p.m Moon-Hickson Roofers ROOF PAINTING ROOF PATCHING If vour roof leaks call, Phone 534. CRYSTAL STREET SANITARIUM Q K. MARTIN, Owner and Manager. Equipped with Operating Room and Modern Appliances, not only for the Surgical Patient, but a Home for the Invalid and Rheumatic. Morphine, Drug and DririK Habit* Cared for. Experienced and Educat ed Nurses in Attendance Telephone 1555, No. 1 Crystal Street. J r -- -I STORACE When you want to store houaehoU foods, er crate, pack of ship furniture Mil on MURRAY TRANSFER. 60 We have got tne only fireproof ware bouse hi the city. Warehouse construct ed with separate apartments for yostf fumlvure y.l.ahon. ■> w U I _ I Secret Societies j MASONIC. Hot Springs Conunandery, No. 6, K. T, neeta every first Monday Z. N. SHORT. E. C. Hot Springs Council, No. 23. R A H. .1 . meets every second Monday after Chapter. K E. CA8ADA, T. J. M. Hot Springs Chapter, No 47, R. A M., neeta every second and fourth Mondays. M. C. I U( 'KM AN, H. P. Hot Springe Lodge. No. fi2, F A A M . Masonic Temple, first and third Friday* it 8 p. m. H. 8 FELI.HEIMKR, W. M Fumpfer Ixiflgr, No. <13, F. A A M., South Hot Springs, near corner Fifth St. ind Grand Ave., meets second and fourth Fridays at 7:30 p. m. M II CAMPBELL, W. M ROBERT CARTNEY. Secretary. EASTERN STAR Hot Springs Chapter, No FI. O EH, Masonic Teni|de, third Monday at 8. MRS. It. COBB. Worthy Matron. MISS BLANCHE HAILEY. Secretary. WOODMAN CIRCLE. Meets every firs' and third Fridays. Visiting sovereigns nvited to attend. L1BB1E 'NEAL Guardian. I. O. O. F. Hot Springs Valley Taxlgs, No 87. neets every Monday night at 7:30 In >dd Fellows Hall, Prospect avenue and 'exchange street. Visiting brothers al xays welcome. Office of Noble Grand >n second floor. E. C. WITTE, N. 0. ROBT. KOEHLER. Secretary. Hot Springs Encampment. No. 8, I. O. 0. F . meets second and fourth Tuesday nights In Odd Fellows Hall, corner Pr.jS [>ect ami Exchange. All visiting Patrl lrchs please nttenrt, W. H. HUNTER, C. P. H. C. GRAHAM, Scribe. Garland Rebecca Lodge, No 70, T. O. >. F.. meets first and third Tuesday nights In Odd Fellows Hall Visiting brother* and sisters cordially Invited MRS. DORA GRAHAM, N. (i. MRS. FANNIE SAULS, Secretary. K. OF P. Meets every Tuesday ntgbt at 614 1-1 Central avenue. S. E. DIET/ON, C. C. JAR 8. McCONNELL. K. of It. and 8. B. P. O. E. Hot Springs Lodge, No. 38(1, R P. O. E . meets every Wednesday evening at 8:30 sharp, at their new hall, corner Spring and Valley streds. Visiting brothers cordially Invited. G. B. HOG A BOOM. K. R REDMOND JOYCE. Secretary. M. W. OF A. Hot Springs Camp, No. 13343. Modern Woodmen of America, meets at 803 1-3 Central avenue, on the second and fourth Wednesdays ill 8 p. m. C. A. McConnell and A. W. Harrow, physicians. A. .1 GUERIN. V. C. J. J. HICKMAN, Clerk. KNIGHTS AND LADIES OF SECURITY Hot Fi rings Council, No. 301H. Knights and Ladies of Security, meets at Odd Fellows Hall, second and fourth Thurs day nights. Visiting members coidlalljr welcomed. H. E. KIRKPATRICK. 1TM. J J. HICKMAN, Clerk ELWOOD SMITH, Orgaolzar. L. O. O. M. Hot Springs Lodge, No. 504, I.oyal Or der of Moose meets every Friday even ing In the Moose Hall, 734 1-3 Central avenue. Visiting brothers cordially In vited. J H. BERRY, Dictator. J W. SfCla Ir. Secretary XXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXV I time Cables § xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx IRON MOUNTAIN TIME CARR TRAIN8 ARRIVE No. 17—From Chicago, St. Ixtuis, Kansas City, Mem phis, Little Rock, Texas and California, daily ....9:20 a. in. No. 205- Daily, from Mem phis, Wynne, Little Rock and Texas .10:15 a. m. No. 219—Daily, from St. Louis, Memphis, Little Rock and Texarkana ...3:05 p. tn. No. S3 3—Daily, from St. Louis, Kansas City, Chi cago, Memphis, Little Rock, Pine Hiuff and Texas .10:15 p. n. TRAINS DEPART. No. 838—1 hilly, for Little Rock, Pine Bluff, Texas, California, Memphis and St. Louis .7:00 a. m. No. 220— Daily, for Little Rock, Wynne and Mem phis .12:55 p. at. No. 18—-Daily, for St. Louis, Chicago, Kansas City, Memphis, Little Rock, Pine Bluff, Texas, Cali fornia and New Orleans . 5:30 p. nj. No. 2<>2—(Daily, for Bentcn, Littie Rock, Bald Knob, Wynne and Memphis ..9:00 p. m. ROCK ISLAND TIME CARR TRAINS~ARR|VE. 9:15 a m. Malvern local. 4:16 p.m. From New York and Chicago, Oklahoma and California. 6:58 p.m. From Little Rock, Oklahoma and points east. No. 46, the 1:0(1 p.m train, has through steel sleepers to Chicago anil Denver, parlor car to Memphis and dining cat from Little Rock, all steel coaches to Memphis. Connect at Memphis for all points Quickest tlraa to Naw York without extra fare. TRAINS DEPART. All trains arrive and depart from Ben ton Rtreet station, opposite the postofftea. 8:10 am. Little Rock local, Oklahoma and California connection. 1:00 p.m. Memphis, New York and Chi cago. 8:00 p.m. Little Rock, Memphis Limited, connects at Memphis for all points. 6 SO p.m Malvern local. 7 00 a m. Malvern local. F.D B. MOONEY TRANSFER CO. Have Just completed their Mg con crete werenouse, which U now open tor business. WE STORE EVERYTHING. Ortlcs J4*. T»l. 177^