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-^MMMMIIIIIIIilBBI1 W—■■■■■■■■■■■■■■■■■■■■■■■■■■■■■■BiiBiaa. ■■■■KaBiMMaHBBBBBBBBBBBaBBaBBaBaBaaBBBIiaBBBIBaaaaaaBBBBaBBBaBaaaBaaBligiaaBaaBaaaaaaBaaaaaBaaaBBaBaBBaaaa$ WANTED WANTED—‘.Men or women to learn the barbers trade or ladies beauty and bair work. A ?2r> tuition entities you to all of Ulie practice that you want. Wages from start. Tools, diplomas, and jolis, guaranteed. Palmer System, Little Hock, Ark. or Joplin, Mo. 9-4 1 mo. WANTED While woman for cook; room on place; good home for worthy person. Address with reference, G., tlijs ottice. 9-19-tf WANTED- Hoarders, private, at 118 .Magnolia, $0 per week. Hath three blocks. 10-9-wk WANTED- Lady canvasser. Apply 949 Whittington Ave. lU-ti-J W'ANTED iMiddlc a.go or past sine < man as nig hit clerk Pullman Hotel. Apply at hotel in forenoon. WANTED—Dairy farm of 00 to 100 acres within 0 miles of Hot Springs address GOO Jackson St. Monroe, L.i. HMKJk Vv ANTED- ItepinaTile ArKanaas «Rct\ls h>r IN up. Mutual Life, splendid ag. nts’ renewal orntmet. Address s*id K. Red ding, Araknsaa manager, Little Hock, Ark. 1-4-lyr I WANT to dean your CARPETS and RUGS. Telephone 947 and wagon will call. Chas. Hotchkiss, Mgr. G-10-tf YOUR CREDIT IS GOOD We Buy, Sell or Exchange New and Second Hand FURNITURE See us first if you want to sell or buy. J. R. LOYD & SON 2024 Third St. Phone 71 8-21-tf 11 .mmmvm JAS. T. JUDD Buys and Sells NEW AND SECONDHAND FURNITURE 429 Park Avo. Phone 1739 B ————miwautwrAmM. ;♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦»♦ > SECOND HAND FURNITURE * > We buy and sell for cash and + > can save you money either way. * > Let us list your goods; we pay • I the most. A .. ERMEV & SONS. Phone 338. * • 9-27-tf « >44444444444«4<4444444444f ——mtammm jiwmHmaimunm* ? FURNITURE I We pay the highest prices for I all kinds of furniture and house- B hold effects. Phone 430. $ CALL 314 MALVERN AVENUeB ——»^a»s im. 11... V\ e Huy, Sell nr Kwchanpe New I and Second-hand Furniture. Phone 2223. WILSON FURNITURE CO. 423-425 Ouachita Ave. 6-4-tf ■■■■ ■■■■■■■SI III.. FOR RENT COOL LEAN HEAP OTTAGES I THE WHIPKEY APARTMENTS |02 Park Avenue Phone 13 COTTAGE FOR RENT Half of furnished b room cottage for rent; fine neighborhood, on; block to junction of Whitting ton. Park and Central avenues, near bath house and stores, fully modern, has bath and is handsomely furnished. Rent very reasonable. Call 219 Whit tington Ave. 10-7-t.f ■ MM), (M ,10 A N 11 OTIS 10 K BBP1 NG POOMS, ciose in, $1 per week; mod |rn conveniences. 155 East Grand ive. Phone 1217. l()-G-tf foii rent Modern 5 room < tt also light housekeeping apartments, ind rooms, $1.50 per week up. IS le Her son St. 10-G,tf pf>H RENT Three-room apartment, furnished or unfurnished; modern If desired. Also rooms. 110 School St. 10-G-tf FOR RENT—Modern 2-room furnish ed apartment, 421! Orange, phono llj03. 8-4-1 w yOH RENT Nice furnished rooms for light housekeeping and bedrooms, ientrally located. 320 Market St. $ i|| 0-25-1 ill RENT—Or. GeDhart property, Vjpper Whittington avenue; 0 room Ml*'Be, modern, 0 rooms furnished. Garage and stable. Tel. 2275 or K. R. ^Bners, 016 Central avenue. 10-4-lWk HilSNT A four-room furnished c#tn«e with ha'li. hot and cold water. jF^0 yard. /Permanent people only #*d apply. Phono 1170. B. Co'".. lO-tPtf l RENT Room, private family, Uosite U. S. Reservation; ail con lence»; reasonable rates. Phone r. 418 Reserve. 9-1 ITm FOR RENT lOIl RENT—Llgh thousckceplng rooms, strictly modern. Geo. Peck, 8 1-2 Fountain Terrace. 8-4 tf FOIt RENT—Furnished or unfur nished, S-room, two-story house, large yard and barn. 12L liill St., near car Iiae. 9-29-tf 1 OR RENT A fou-r, five or six-room unfurnished apartment; gas, light and bath, tiuti Prospect Ave. 9-23-tf Ft Hi RENT—Furnished cottage, four rooms, clean, comfortable and cozy; fully modern, Hath, etc; fine location. ( all 219 Whittington Ave. 10-7-tw WALL ACL APART ML NTS 444 and 444 1-2 Prospect Ave. Modern light housekeeping in 2 or 3 room suites, with bath. WALLACE BUNGALOW Seven rooms, 2 baths; furnished for one or two families, or roomers; SPECIALRATES. Phone 1997. 10-7-if FOR RENT—14-room house, com plot el y 1 uriihshed; will lease for any ini Hi of time. Apply 314 Malvern Av«- 10-7-4t FOR RKNT—Nicely mrnttihed three four htiJ five-roo menttuges; all modern con veniences; Pest residence part of the city; reasonable rent Apply 207 Cedar si., or phone 299. S-12-U FOIl RENT—Rooms, and cottages Hildreths apartments, 240 Court St. Phone 2040 ROOMS FOR RENT—Nicely fur nished, steam heat, modern; very reasonable. 132 1-2 Central Ave. 10-3tf FOR RENT—G-room furnished mo dern cottage. 230 Court St. Two blocks in rear of Ark. National Bank. Appiy to Abe Levy, 410 Central Ave. 10-6-tf. Tit E B O it ilAi,L—Housekeeping Apartments. Water, light, heat and linens furnished. All outside rooms. 136 Rumble street, near car lino, hath houses and springs. $15.00 per mouth and up. Apply 312 Central Ave. Phone 20 or 982. M. Yager. rOMBI.ER A PAItTMEtTT—One 6-room iiwitment with sl-eplng porch on front tide; all modern accessories, linjulre Ea aiar Bath House or phone 476. 4-8tf Poll RENT—Elegant furnished cot tages, 431 Whittington. Apply 473 Whittington. Phone 534. 11-1 tf PCMl RENT—dlnfurnishcd 1, 2 or 3 looms. Aiso cottage. Inquire J., care Sentinel-Record. 10-1-lm POR RENT—1, 2, 3 and 4 room fir' nislied apartments. 11 Carlton Ter race, laundry included; strictly mod aoi; also unfurnished modern apart ments, at 217 Laurel St. Phone 1551. 10-1-lm POK KENT—Nicely furnished rooms. Rates reasonable. 524 Park Ave. 9-29-tf THE PLAZA—622 Spring St., nice room* and housekeeping aiwirtments, rcason ahle; beautiful location, cool and shady yard and sleeping porches. Mrs. M. F. Green, phone S6t FOR RENT—Cheap, unfurnished light Housekeeping rooms, 645 1 'ark Ave. Ap ply after 6 p. m., W V. Henry, Prop. 2-27-lyr poll RENT—Nicely furnished bed rooms; board if desired. Also one suite with private bath. 802 Quapaw Ave. Phone 1191. 9-27-lw POH RENT Nice furnished room, hot and cold water and private bath. Apply 431 Prospect Ave. Telephone; 1500. 9 27-tf LIGHT, airy housekeeping rooms, one block from bath house; electric lights; $1.50 up per week. 216 Court. 8-29 tf X Clsan Furnished Cottages— *15.00 ♦ # per month up—Near bath houses. • i Thos. Doherty, 705 Malvern Ave. • i Phone 547. ^ - ■1T1|lrlntTTr-.-,i«i^M.es»ar ■ IFOR RENT FUJBNlSHIiD four room flat, with ak modern conveniences. Ill) Center St. Phono 1885 F. F. It el wig. y-3-tf FOR SALE IFOR SALE—Beautiful spot on a Hot Springs mountain. High, healthful and 5 minutes walk from Majestic. All public utili ties handy. Lot is 180 front by over 150 deep. Has one 4-room cottage on west side. Plenty of room for one large or several small bungalows. Price $2,000. Worth $3,000 . Inquire T. H. Flynn, 172 Crest, or 629 1-2 Central. 10 4-tf FOR TRADE One six cylinder Pro uder auto and one IIO 3tudelinkar auto in good condition for real estate or tmereliandfea. Apply lo C. .S. Me Chiid, 122 Ouachita Ave. Phone 1125. 10-9-limo. AFTOMOIULES At"a REAL SACRI FICE Ali 4-cvlinder roadsters, one In excellent condition, $275; another In good running order, $125; third as it. stands, $110. Phone $995, or call 123 (Jreeuwood Ave. 10-8-lt | FOR SALE Foil SALE—‘Furniture of 12-room house, hot and cold running water in each room, on small monthly pay. Apply 3It Malvern. 10-7-4t FOR SALE OHEAP—Tent 20x30. with round top, good condition. Apply 949 Whittington Ave. 10-7-3t I'lHf SALE—Two now 34x1 Goodrich casings and three inner tubes- only mn 15 miles and taken off; $21 per casing, $3 each ^ulbe. Phone Inn. 10-S-lw FOR SALE—11 room rooming house; all outside rooms; furniture new. Part cash, balance easy payments. 658 1-2 Ouachita Ave. 10-6-lwk FOR SALE—Lease and furniture 7 room fiat rooming house. Apply 421 1-2 Ouachita avenue. 8-29-tf FOR SALE OUt RENT—125 acres, 60 acres cleared, known as the ,1. H. Fleming place, located twelve miles from Hot ‘Spring's, onohalf -mile south of Royal. Will sel 1 for cotton on ten year terms without interest. Will he near now railroad and should double in price in few years. Possession given immediately. A great opixir tunity for the right man. Address owner, M. A. Pool, -No. 376 Randolph Hldg., Mcmplhis, Term. 10-7-1'w FURNITURE FOR SALE I In all grades and conditions. & g We can absolutely save you ■ M money. H I We pay most for old furniture. I ■ 301-3-5 3rd St. Phone 112 I WILSON & ERMEY FOR SALK—A No. 1 Milch cow with young calf. Phone 7G9. 10-3-tf FOR SALE—-10-acre truck farm, 1 mile from Oaklawn car line. J. H. Krmey. Phone 338. D-l’G-if 1‘0>R SALK—Cheap;—Hotel and res taurant. For further information, phone 2315. 10-G-lwk. FOR SALE—Jersey cow, 28 months old, 1st (tif. 35G Centra ave. 9-15-tf FOR SALE. Desirable Hot Springs investment property. '1 three parcels of land, con taining not less than ten till) lots. Improvements now net about $3,GOO annually; unimproved ground worth five thousand dollars; enough space to butld 10 or 12 houses. The in-ice Is right—the location is light, and whoever gets it for twenty, three thousand, live hundred dollars will have a splendid bargain. Phone 1179. J. S. GLAZE, Office G23■/*> Central Ave. 10-G-lwk FOR SALK; See It, and get the bar gain price of Hawkins! That flue home at 10 Oaklawn Boulevard, with its modern conveniences, useful and ornamental trees, flowers, shrubbery, delicious fruit and nuts, large garden, barn wtb garage, laundry and serv ants’ quarters. A mighty nice place and so eihrai>. \V. T. Hawkins, 29G 1-2 Central avenue. Phone 209. 9-lG-tf. FOR SALK 17 room rooming House, gas, electric light, luitli. furniture absolutely new; terms l easonabb . reason for .selling, other business, full St. James hotel, fais 1-2 Malvern avenue, between the hours of 9 a. in. amt 2:20 p. m. or phone 956. 9-lS-lmo FOR SALE- Furniture in ten ootn house, ready for roomers, 1-2 block of bathhouse and car line. Call at 3IS Market street. Phone 2217. 10-4-1 wk. an Kinas or carnnei wont aim rur nlturo repair, screening and job carpen tering, see Barnhart, 106 Kirk Bt. Phone 668. 4-2-lf FOIl SALE—A good runner tired sur rey and single seated rig. Both m good condiiton. Phone u(i or apply to Chas. R. Birnbaum. 9-20-tf. FOR SALE—A bargain in a home place on lower Central, 7 acres ground, lino t> room bungalow, electric lights; also horse, surrey and fresh Jersey COW. Plume 983. 9-27-tf. FOR SALE OR TRAINS—160 acres In Oklahoma for town or country prop erty. Inquire J., care Sentinel-Rec ord. 10-1-lm FOR SALE OR TRADE—Furniture of rooming house; town or country property. Inquire J., care Sentinel | Record. 10-1-lm FOR SALE fly home, rio. j Oaklawn Boulevard; six rooms and hall, with all modern conveniences. .Mrs. Tully. Phone 1789. 9-23-tf. FOR SALE On Prospect avenue, convenient walking distance from Government Reservation, Bath Houses and Post office. Two apartment buildings. One two story brick, with basement, and ouo one-story and one-half bungalow. Six [ apartments in brick building and | three apartments in bungalow'. Fur j nished complete and supplied with a.l | modern conveniences. This property rents readily at about $1,500 annually. 11 or urgent reasons owner authorizes 1 sacrifice price on tills valuable prop j erty if sold within thirty days. J. S. GLAZE, Agent. , 10-8-1 w. Jnone 1179. FOR SALE FOR SALE A good looking horse and phaeton. J’lione 3;!7,i. 10-3-1w MISCELLANEOUS LEE MAYBERRY LIVERY AND TRANSFER Carriage Ca ls Answered Promptly, Phone 35. Stables, 812 Pleasant, Arlington Hack Stand, Phone 1916. ♦ 4 4 ARKANSAS AUTO COMPANY 4 4 "Valley Red," Manager. 4 4 AGENT FOR HUPMOHILE. 4 4 SSven Passenger Westcott Tour- 4 4 Ing cars for hire, day or night. 4 4 TELEPHONE 400. 4 — „ .. ■ ---.= LOST AND FOUND M)ST—Bunch of keys. RewarS for return to 113 Oak street or phone 080. 10-8-.it 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. I). 1914, in a certain cause (No. 5685) then pend ing thereing between Joseph Siher rick, complainant, and Gus Sauls and Chas. Keek, defendants, the under sl'-uied, 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 held, 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, the 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 of six per cent per annum from date of sale until paid, and a lien be ing retained on the automobile sold to secure the payment of the purchase money. Given under my hand this 5th day of September, A. D., 1914. A. G. SUhhlONMKlRGOR, Commissioner In Chancery. KtLtivtH'S NOTICE OF SALE. Notice is hereby given that in pur* suanco of t.lie authority and direc tions contained in a decretal order of the Chancery Court of Gar'and County, made and entered on tho Ihth day of September, 1914, in a eer 1: in cause (No. 57110) Uhen pending I" Iween Kohert Hennie, complainant, and S. 1,. Martin, defendant, the nn dersignml, as receiver, will offer for sale at public vendue to the highest bidder, at the plumbing shop of Mar tin A Hennie. at No. 422 Ouachita avenue, in the city of Hot Springs, Ai Kansas, within the hours prescribed by law for judicial sales, on Tuesday, the fith day of October, 1911, the fol ■owing described property belonging to tillo firm of Martin A Hennie Plumbing Company, to-wit: One dark hay horse, about four years o il, weight about 1,200 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 tifle of every description now located in the Martin A Hennie Plumbing Shop at No. 422 Ouachita avenue; also tho leasehold interest on the store room occupied by tin Martin A Bennie Plumbing Shop, at No. 422 Ouachita avenue, which lease expires on the 1st day of February, 1915. Terms of sale, one a credit of three months, the purchaser being required to execute bond as required by law and the order and decree or said court in said cause, with approved se curity, bearing interest att he rate of six per cent per annum from date of sa'e until paid, and a lien being re tained on the property sold to secure the payment of the purchase money. Given under tny hand this 24th day of September, 1911. A. G. SULLENBEHGEIt, Receiver. NOTICE TO CREDITORS. Notice is hereby given that letters of administration on the estate of M. W. Manville, deceased, were issued to the undersigned by the clerk of the probata c.urt of Garland county, in the state of Arkansas, on the 3d day of September, A. I). 1DU. All persons having claims against said estate are _LEGAL NOTICES therefore hereby notified to exhibit the name to tlio 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 bo not ex hibited a-j aforesaid, within one year after the date of such letters, they will he forever barred and precluded from any benefit from said estate. Given this lid day of September, A. I). 1911. A. CURL, Administrator of the Estate of M. VV. Mnnville, deceased. 9-18-lf WARNING ORDER. lit tin* Garland Clnmory Court Frank M Kctrlntf. L.mi • St i f. l baeh, Mary Krtrintf Viruiuiu i H«*n drlokson, c .\. K< tritiK, Sadie RidrhiK. Orate Clio Zook, Klurcniv .1 tftaffltn, and l*ho.• I»«• A Chauiherluin. I Maim if \ s. against Mary Iie*w and W'-ilP i Ih-ss, Minor*, and II 1, lie thoir Nen-re i dent Guardian, and Andrew C. Ki t r im. I •' I ' Im|;| || t>: Tho dHVndnnt<. Marv I loss and \V.dt<r Ibss. Minors, and H I, Hiss. their non resident Guardian, and Andrew C. Ket ritiK’. are warned to appear in tlii Coo t within thirty days arid answer the •vom plaint of (lie plaintiffs Given uihI* r tnv liaud and s. a! of till Court on this 10th day of S ptember, 11U 1. A. G. srUd:xr.KltGi;ii. C|,.rk Ry W. H Mo'<Iom. 1». C. C. Floyd Huff, \tturney ad litem WARNING ORDER in the Garland Chancery Court. Norma Wilson plaintiff, against Janies Ben Wilson defendant. Tho defendant James Ben Wilson is warned to appear in this court within thirty days and answer the complaint of the plaintiff. Given under my hand and seal of said Court on this 14th day of Aug ust, 1914. A. G. SUI ,LBN BERGER, Clerk. By W. H. Moyston, I). G. J. R. Ixmg, Esq., Attorney ad litem. NOTICE TO CREDITORS, Notice is hereby 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 iird 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 after1 the date of sttcli letters or they may be precluded from any benefit in said Estate. And if sucn claims he not exhibited as aforesaid, within one year after the date of such letters, they will be forever barred and pre cluded from any benefit from said Estate. Given this 1st day or August. 1914. Z. W. HA KEN AN, Administrator with the will annex ed of the Estate of Elmira E. Humphrey, deceased. (4t wkly.) WARNING ORDER. Tn tho Garland Chancery Court. Ella Brown, Plaintiff, against Fannie, Brown. Annie Buttram. th. unknown lairs iif George Brown, deceased, whose names are unknown to the plaintiff. th-> unknown heirs of Amanda Brown, de ceased. whose names aie unknown to the Plaintiff, ami the unknown heirs of Bur nell Hattlilfott deer.e ' ll, whose ll.llUrS are unknown to the plaintiff. Defendants. The defendants. Fannie Brown. Annie Buttram, the unknown ludrs of George Brown, deceased, whose names are un known to the plaintiff. the unknown heirs of Amanda Brown deceased whose names are unknown to (he plaintiff, and the unknown heirs of Burnette Hamilton, deceased, whnsi names are unknown to • he plaintiff, an warned to appear in this Court within thirty days and answer itm complaint of the plaintiff. Given under my hand and seal of -aid Court on this 15th day of September, UIH. 1 A. G. SCTJ.KNBFHGFIt. Clerk By W II Moyslon, f). C. C. Floyd Huff. Attorney ad litem. RESTOt ATION TO • NTRY Or LANCS IN NATIONAL FOREST. Notice la hereby given that the lands described below, embracing 47U .ten s, within tlte Arknn * National Forest, Arkirtisaji, will lie stil'jcet In settlement and entry under the provisions of the hnnieattsid laws of the United States and the act of June II. 1906 (34 Slat.. 233), at the United States land office at Lit tle Rock, Arkansas, on October 15, 1914 Any settler who was actually and in good faith claiming any of said lands for agri cultural purposes prior to January 1. 1!)0().and has not abandoned same, has a preference right to make a homestead entry for the lands actually occupied. Said 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 settler, pro vided such settler or applicant Is quali fied to make homestead entry and the preference ri^lit Is exorcised prior to October 15. 1914, on which date the lands will he subject to settlement and entry by any unallfieil person The lands are are as follows; The SE 4-4 of NW 1-4. the W 1-2 nf SW 1-4 of NE 1-4. the E 1-2 of SW 1-1 See 24. T. I N . It. 19 W., 5th P. M, ltd acres, nnplientlon of W. M Lowdt r. Ileaudrv. Arkansas; List 7-234 The W 1-2 or KK 1-4 of NF, 1 4, the SW 1-4 of NE 1-4, Sec 7. T. 1 N., R. in w, fit) acres, application of Calvin C Newkirk Jesslevllle. Arkansas: 1,1st 7-235 The NE 14 of SW 1-4 the W 1-2 of PE 1-4. See 15. T. 1 N„ R 19 W . 120 acres, application of Z W Schogein. | Jessie vllic. Arkansas: List 7-230. The E 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’ 1-4 of SW' 1-4 Sec. 1, T 1 N n 19 W.. 150 acres, application of dins' Ault, Friendship. Arkansas List 7-237. Julv 21. 1914 D K PARROTT. Acting Assistant Commissioner of the General Land Office Try a Sentinel-Record Want Ad. Arlington Drug Store EISELE & HUNT, Prop* I t1B Central Ava. ArHnotnn Mntr ARCHITECT AND BUILDING SUPERINTENDENT 803 1-2 Central Ave. Phone 489 | l . LEGAL NOTICES WARNINn ORDER, In the Garland Chancery Court. Missouri I,umber Company. I’ ain iff, against It. I\ Lucadu Defendant. The defendant. It. P. Lucado, is j varned to appear in this Court within liirty days and answer the complaint >f tlie plaintiff, Missouri Lumber Com pany. Given under my hand and seal of said Court on this lath day of Ad just, 1914. A. G. St'LI.F.NBL'RGKIt. Clerk fames S. McConnell, Attorney ad litem RESTORATION TO ENTRY OF LANDS IN NATIONAL FOREST. Null. L- 1. hereby given that tin* lands described below, embracing 145 acres, wiililn the Arkansas National Konst, Arkansas, will he subject to settlement met entry under tlie provisions of the Ipqnc-lcud law : of tin- tJidted Stat> .* itnd llin act of June 11. Lap, star. 333). lit the I Idled Shiti land offiee al hlt tle Itoek. Arkansas, oil October 15, 191t, Any settler who was actually and in good tnilh claiming any of said lands for agri cultural purposes prim to January 1. 1906,and lias not abandoned .same, has a preference light to make a homestead entry for the kinds actually occupied. E" itil lands were listed upon tlie appllca tions of the persons mentioned below, w!m have a. preference right subject to the prior rigid of any sn.li settler, pro vided such settler or a.pptlcant is (nulli fied to make homeste;ul entry and the preference light is exercised prior to Delober 15, 1914, on which date the lands will lie subject to settlement and entry by any qualified person. The lands arc as follows: The S 1-3 of N\V 1-1 of SW 1-1 of NIC 1-4. the N 1-3 of the N 1-3 of BYV1-4 of NIC 1-1. the NW1-4 of NIC 1-4. the SW 1-4 of NIC 1-4 of NIC 1-4. See. 8. T. 1 N . It. 19 W., 5th P. M , 65 lores, application of J W Ragsdale, lesslevlUe Arkansas: 1,1st 7-233 The Kl-3 of S 1-3 of H\V 1-4, See. 5: the NIC 1-4 of NW1-4. Sic. 8, T. 1 N.. It. 19 W. Hi) ao application of T. A. Wilson, Jessie'die, Arkansas; 1.1st 7-335. The W 1-3 of NIC 1-1 of NIC 1-1. the NW 1-1 If NIC 1-4, tile S 1-3 of NIC 1-1, Sec. 13. T. 1 N.. It 19 W I III acres, application if J. G Davis, Hot Springs. Arkansas; List 7-333. The N 1-3 of S 1-3 of See. 12, T. 1 N, It 19 \V , 166 acres, applica tion of John K Foster, Dardanelle. Ar kansas; List 7-333. July 31, 1914 I). K. PARROTT, Acting Assistant Commis sioner of the General Land Office. RESTORATION TO ENTRY OF LANDS IN NATIONAL FOREST. Notice ^ hereby giver, that the land* described below, embracing 490 acres, within the Arkansas National Forest, Arkansas, will he subject to .settlement and entry under the provisions ot the homestead laws of the Knifed States and the act of June 11. 1906 DM fit at , 233), at the Knifed States land office at Lit tle Keck. Arkansas, on October la, 1014. 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. Said land were listed upon the Applica tions of the persons mentioned below, who have a preference right subject to tin* prior right of any Much settler, pro vided such settler or applicant is quali fied to make homestead entry and tin preference right Is exercised prior t< October 15, 1914, on which date the lands will l*o subject to settlement and entry by any qualified person. The lands arc are as follows1: The SW 14 of S?\V 1-4, See. 12; the NW t-4 of NAV 1-4 S**c. 13, T. 1 N.. R. 19 W.. nth IV M.. 6<> acres, application of Horner Kheek, Magnet, Arkansas; List 7-238. The SR 1-4 oi SW 1-4. the SW 1-4 of SR 1-4. flee. 13; the El-2 of NR 1-4 of NW 1-4. Sec. 24. T t N., R. 19 W., 100 acres, application of L, J. Davis. Lawrence. Arkansas; List 7-239. The NW 1-4 of SR 1 -1. the SR 1-4 of SR 1-4. the NR 1-4 of SR 1-4. the SR 1-4 of NR 1-4. See 13, T. 1 N.. R 19 W., 160 acres, application of F. T. Kln z.ev, Magnet. Arkansas; List 7-240. The SR 1-4 of NIC 1-1. the N 1-2 of SAV 1-4. flee. 15, T. 1 N . R. 20 W.. 120 acres, ap plication of John B Dash, (Trance. Ar kansas; List 7-241. The N 1-2 of S 1-2 of NR 14 of SW 1-4, the fl 1-2 of SR 14 Of SW 1-4, Sec 29. T. 1 N.. R. 20 W.t 30 acres, application of Neal Fisher. Lens, Arkansas; List 7-242. July 21. 1914. D. K PARROT'!’. Acting Assistant Kotn inlBsloner of the (Jetieral Land Office. M., D. C. G. TIME TABLE. Krroctivo Marcn jsta. tne Memphis, Dallas & Unit Hi ilroad schedule between Hot Springs and Ulenwood will be as follows: No. 5 departs . 4.10 p.m. No. 1 departs .10:30 a.m. No. 6 arrives . 9:25 a.m. No. 2 arrives . 3:40 p.m. Sunday Only. No. 4 arrives . 8aRV> a.m. No. 5 departs . 4:4* p.m Moon-Hickson Roofers ROOF PAINTING ROOF PATCHING f your roof leaks call, Phone 534. tRYSTALSTREET SANITARIUM 1 K, MARTIN, Owner and Manager. Equipped with Operating Room ind Modern Appliances, not only for he Surgical Patient, but a Home for ;he invalid and Rheumatic. Morphine, Drug and DrinK Habit* 3ared for. Experienced and Educat sd Nurses In Attendance ralephone 1555, No. 1 Crystal Street. STORAGE W her you want to store household * axis, er srats, pack of sbtp furniture ■all on MURRAY TRANSFER- CO W« have got tbe only fireproof ware Sous,. In the cltv. Warehouse construct ed with separata apartments for you) furnlrure ▼ slsehon# n » « IPHONE 2269 H. H. BLAHUT VETERINARIAN Hospital 333 Benton St. 4-21-lmo MASONIC. Hot Springs Commandery, No. I, K. V., meets every first Monday Z. N. SHOUT. E. C. Hot Spring* Council, No. 23. It. A H. M meet* every second Monday after Chapter. 10 10. CASA DA, T. I. M. Hot Springs Chapter, No. 47, R. A M., meets every eecond and fourth Mondays. M C. HICKMAN, 11. P. Hot Springe Lodge. No. 82, I*’ & A M , Masonic Temple, first and third Friday# at 8 p. m H. H FET.LHKIM10K, W M. Sumpter IxVJgc, No. 413. F. A A M.t South Hot Springs, near coiner Fifth Ht. end Grand Avo., meets second and fourth Fridays at 7:30 p. m. M II CAMPBELL, \V M ROBERT CARTNIOy, Secretary. EASTERN STAR. Hot Springs Chapter, No. «3, O E 8., Masonic Temple, third Monday at 8. MRS. H. conn. Worthy Matron. MISS BLANCHE BAILEY, Secretary, WOODMAN CIRCLE. Meet* every firs' and third Fridays. Visiting sovoi.igtis nvlted to attend. LIHBI10 t’NEAU Uuurdhin. I. O. O. F. Hot Spring* Valley TaVge, No. 67, meet* every Monday night at 7:30 In Odd Fellows Hall, Prospect avenue and Exchange street VMtlng brother* al ways w-eioome. Office of Noble Grand on second floor. E. C. WITTE, N. G. ROBT. KOEHLER. Secretary. Hot Springs Encampment. No 8, I O, O F., meets second and fourth Tuesday nlghta in Odd Fellows Hall, corner Pros pect and Exchange. All visiting Patri archs please Attend W. H. HUNTER, C. P. H. C. GRAHAM. Scribe. Garland Rebecca 1-odge. No. 73, I O. O F, meets first and third Tuesday nights In Odd Fellows Hall. Visiting brother* and -dsteiw cordially Invited MRS. IXIRA OKA H \.M, N. <5. MBS. FANNIE SAULS, Secretary. K. OF P. Meets every Tuesday night at 514 1-* Central avenue. S. E. DltTgON, C. C. JAH. 8. MeCONNEIJ., K. of K. and 8. B P. O. E. Hot Springs Dodge, No 380, R P. O. E. meets every Wednesday evening at 8.30 sharp, at their new hall, corner Spring and Valley streets. Visiting brothers cordially Invited, t; E DOHA ROOM, E R REDMOND JOYCE, Secretary, M. W. OF A. Hot Strings Camp, No, 13343. Modern Woodmen of America, meets at 802 1-3 Central nv< nue, on the second and fomih Wednesdays at 8 p. m c. A. McConnell and A. W. Berrow, physicians. A. J. GUERIN, V. C. J. J. HICKMAN, Clerk. KNIGHTS AND LADIES OF SECURITY Hot Bprlngs Council, No. 201K. Knight* and Da die s of Security, meets at Odd Fellows ITall. second and fourth Thurs day nights. Visiting members cordially welcomed. H E KIRK PATRICK, Hi m. J ,T HICKMAN. Clerk. ED WOOD SMITH, Organizer. L. O. O. M. Hot Springs lodge. No 501, I.oyal Or der of Moose, meets every Friday even ing In the Moose Hall, 724 1 " Central avenue. Visiting brothers cordially In vit'd. I II. BERRY, Dictator. .1 W. RlCInlr, Secretary XXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXX \ Cime Cables l XXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXX IRON MOUNTAIN TIME CARD TRAINS ARRIVE No. 17—From Chicago, St. Louis, Kansas City, Mem phis, Little Hock, Texas and California, daily ....0:20 a. in. No. 205—Daily, from Mem phis, Wynne, Little Hock and Texas .JO: 15 a. m. No. 210—Daily, from St. Louis, Memphis, ‘Little Hock and Texarkana ...2:05 p. m. No. 822—(Daily, from St. Louis, Kansas City, Chi cago, Memphis, Little Hock, Pine Biuff and Texas .10:15 p. rt. TRAINS DEPART. No. 828- -Daily, for Little Hock, Pine Bluff, Texas, Daliifornia, Memphis and St. Louis .7:00 a. m. No. 220—Dally, for Little Rock, Wynne and Mem phis .12:55 p. in. No. 18—Daily, for St. Louis. Chicago, Kansas City, Memphis, Little Rock, Pine Bluff, Texas, Cali fornia and New Orleans . 5:20 p. m. No. 2o2 -(Daily, for Benton, Littie Rock, Bald Knob, Wynne and Memphis ..0:00 p. m. ROCK ISLAND TIME CARD TRAINS ARRIVE. 9:15 a.m. Malvern local. 4:16 p.m. From New York and Chkea<v Oklahoma ami California. 6:58 p.m. From Little Hock, Oklahoma and points east. No. 46, the 1:00 p.m. train, has through steel sleepers to Chicago and Denver, parlor car to Memphis and dining car from Little Rock, all steel coaches to Memphis. Connect at Memphis for all points. Qulcki-st time to New York without extra fara TRAINS DEPART. All trains arrive and depart from Hen ton street station, opmwlte the noatnffh a 8:10 a.m. Little Rock local, Oklahoma and California connection. 1:00 p.m. Memphis, New York and Chi cago. 8:00 p.m. Little Rock, Memphis Umlted, connects at Memphis for all points. 5:30 p.m. Malvern local. LOO a.m Malvern local. SD B. MOONEY TRANSFER CO. Have Just completed their big ooi> crete warwnouse, which la now ct«a for business. we STORE EVERYTHING. OITlea 841. Tal. 177*