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CLASSIFIED COLUMNS ' ONE CENT A WO KB EACH INSERTION. POSITIVELY ALL CLASSIFIES ADS CASH WANTED WANTED—Wood heating and coo. stoves, sectional book ease and china —closet. 421 Scaool street. 11-22 It. WANTED—Dairy farm or 5U to 100 acres within 5 miles of Hot Springs address 000 Jackson St. Monroe, Da. 10-9-iik WANTED—«A position us housekeeper or chambermaid. Experienced. Cal 1 to 5, ll.-> Market St. 1I-2.7-2L WANTED Lady taking baths to take care of 4-rootn cottage for room and board. Call Kenney House. 112.7-1'. WANTED- Out or work again Why nett enlist the Palmer System of Bar ber Colleges and Shops, employment agencies and ladies’ beauty schools; we guarantee success and keep you iu position for a year. Write tor in ducements 22u Main, Joplin, Mo., or 110 Main, Little Rock, Ark. 10-15-6 vk. WANTED <A small farm of in to 17 acres near city. Address W. W. Ingram, care Seutint 1-Record. WANTED- Ki'iuitaTui v e. . ,*:w agent:, for Penn. Mutual Litv, sptcndnl ay eta' renewal eontruet. Atldr.-ss Sid I! Inni ding, Ara.kn.tas manager. Little Ite. k, Ark 1-4-lyr I WANT to cl( rg and RUGS. Telephone 347 and wagon will call. C’has. Hotchkiss, Mgr. C-10-tf WANTED - Two g.:od solicitors, eitlier sex; good pay. easy work. Ap ply at 027 Central Ave. 1 l-2rt-3t YOUNG MAN Desires one or two small sets books to keep; office work or hotel clerkship. Here permanently. Best refer ences. Address J. W. B., care Sentinel-Record. 11-25-tf. FURNITURE AND STOVES WANTED. Wo will pa\ the highest prices for your Furniture if you any for sale. Phone latW. South ern Iron & M. Co.. U-I Ouachita avenue. 11-1 -tf. WANTED TO LEASE—12 to 24 room rooming house or hotel. Furnished or unfurnished. Must be in good location. Address "Monty,” care £his office. 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 JAS. T. JUDD Buys and Sells NEW AND SECONDHAND FURNITURE 429 Park Ave. Phone 1739 SECOND HAND FURNITURE We buy and sell tor cash and can eave you money either way. Let us list your goods! we pay the most. ERMEY A SONS. Phone 338 9-27-tf We Buy, Sell or Exchange New and Second hand Furniture. Phone 2223. WILSON FURNITURE CO. 423-425 Ouachita Ave. 6-4-tf FOR RENT OOL LEAN HEAP OTT AGES THE WHIPKEY APARTMENTS 602 Park Avenue Phone 13 F< HR RENT—Store room, size 12x20. facing Valley with entrance on Cen tral and right to put sign on Central •’.street window; fine location for tailor, cleaner, fruit stand or aino ji supplies. Apply at f>27 Central Ave. 1 l-2ti-3t WALLACE APARTMENTS 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 I one or two families, or roomers; SPECIALRATES. Phone 1997. 10-7-if •J'OR RENT—Two c>r three house keeping rooms, 205 Cellar street. H-12-tf. THE PI.AZA-622 SpiTng , nice room* ami housekeeping apartment*, reason ■ ■ t.le; beautiful location, cool nn<t shad* yuril ami sleeping porches. Mrs 61 F pSliem, phone #51. FOR RENT FOR RENT—Four room modern un furnished cottage, 221 \V ulli ne St., in rear of court house; is per month. I Abe Levy, 410 Central Ave. 11-S-tf j TO LET—in private home, large | square room with or without sleeping poren. ROS Carlton Terrace St. 10- 31 if. FOR WENT -Nicely fiirnisiicd routs, board if desired. Also light house j keeping suite with private hath. SP2 Quapaw avenue. Rhone 11 !< 1. 11 1-tf. i ii.vliT- Modern, m vi; ;ur nished housekeeping rooms. Apply 312 Central. Rhone 20 or 082. 10-30-tf LIGHT, airy housekeeping rooms, one block from batli house; electric lights; $1.30 up per week. 2H1 Court. 8-29-tf FOR RENT -Nicely furnished mod ern 3-room apartment with hath, in private family; no other roomers. Call 201 Cedar St. Rhone 1101. 11- 1-tf FOR KENT—Elegant furnished cot tages, 431 Whittington. Apply 473 Whittington. Rhone 534. ll-l-tf. FOR HI NT—Nicely- rurnisnea three, four find fivr-roo mcottagns; all modern con veniences; Lest residence part of tlie city; reasonable rent. Apply 207 Cedar St , or phone 299. 8-12-tf HAYLiEY "a 1 ’ARTMENTS—419 Spring i street, 5-room apartment and ba'.t, molern: newly decorated and fur nished. 11-25-tf. NICELY Furnished Rooms, steam heat, modern, very reasonable. .Mrs, K Shannon, 132 1-2 Central avenue. 10-13-tf. GOOTT CLEAN HOUSEKEEPING ROOMS, ciose in, $1 per week; mod ern conveniences. 155 East Grand Ave. Phone 1247. 10-6-tf FOR KENT—Modern n room cottage; also light housekeeping apartments, and rooms, $1.50 per week up. 16 Jefferson St. 10-6-tf FOR KENT—Nice furnished room, hot and cold water and private bath. Apply 431 Prospect Ave. Telephone 1500. 9-27-tf Clean Furnished Cottages—$15.00 per month up—Near bath house*. Thos. Doherty, 706 Malvern Ave. Phone 647. FOR RENT*—Three-room apartment, furnished or unfurnished; modern if desired. Also rooms. 110 School St. 10-6-tf TOMBLER APARTMENT. One 6-room apartment unfur nished, with sleeping porch. One 6-room apartment fur nished complete; heat, hot and cold water included in both flats. Inquire Lamar Bath Hoise or Phone 1966. 10-lS-tf FOR SALE FOR SARK, or will lease dairy and truck farm of 22 acres to responsible party who will buy stock and outfit on place. This farm is known as the Howell Hill place, 1-2 mile from Oak lawn car line, and is up to date in every particular. Kstnblislied milk route. Terms, part cash. Phone 420. D. A. Tracy. 11-15-1 mo FOR SARK-Shotgun, .12 gauge, dou ble, bammerless; Winchester, .32-20, 5x7 view camera and outfit, all good condition and cheap. Clias. Davis. 402 Rector Ave. 11-18-lwk. FOR SALE—7-room house with bath—modern—large rooms; would make an Ideal home. Worth $’■500. Owner will sell for $2,800. 756 Pleasant St. Phone 5-47. _ _ 11- .- tf FOR SALE — cottage and throe hotels. Address llox 515, Hot Springs, Ark. 11-11 Into FOR SALE—My home, ffo. 4 O&klawn Boulevard; six rooms and hr.ll, with all i lodern conveniences. .Mrs. Tally. Phone 1789. 9-23-tf. _X_ FOR SALE—Furniture in ten room house, ready for roomers, 1-2 block of bathhouse and car line. Ca'l at CIS Market street. Phone 2247. 11-15 tf. FOR SALE—Horse, harness and sur rey, cheap. Inquire 2C0 1-2 Ouachita avenue. Phone 2268. ll-201wk. FOR SALE—At a bargain, furniture of a ten-room house, furnished for light housekeeping. 320 Market St. 11 -41 mo FOR LEASE on one half share of crop, 14) to 40 acre tracts, legal fence, owner furnish seeds and farming im plements; lessee must own horse. Cull at SC2 Central Ave. Herman or Belgian farmers preferred. 11-23-1 wk FOR HAI.E--17 ruoni rooming house, gas, electric light, bath, furniture absolutely new: terms reasonable; reason for selling, olliei business fait HI .limes lintel, raw 1 Malvern uvemnv between the hours of 9 n m and !:!)t) p. in. or phone 956. 9-16-lmo. TOR SALE l-'OK SALK Small cottage und two In mtifu] lots, gas lights, water, de strablo neighborhood, three blocks from Central on Alcorn avenue. Cheap lor cash. Phone 130-1. 11 15-2wik. l-'OK SALK by owner, country home, witnin h 1-2 miles of Crystal springs. Five room house, 2 barns, chicken house, young fruit trees, good well, fold springs. Hid acres timbered land. Healthy oration and fine cattle range. Telephone 1204. 2-wks FOR all kinds or ramret worn and fur niture repair, screening and Job carpen tering, are Barnhart, 10# Kirk St. Phone 158. l-2-tf l-'OK SALK CHEAP—Horse, wagon '.nd harness. J. 11. Enny & Sons. Phone 338. ll-2G-tf FOR SALK- -Four mules anti one com tiination horse, weighs 1,000 pounds. Phone 1710. 10-30-tf '-'OR SALK—New yard good- and second-.land clothing, velvet. Urns -'ll and Axniinster carpets. -Leaving ::ity. Miibt sell quick. Dry goods. Pall 211 Prospect Ave. It l-'O'll SALE in acres unimproved •nid. everlasting spring, near two schools and church, mile south golf links; $12.r.o per acre; also t-am mules, t and 5 years old. Address It M., this office. 1l-2ti-2vv FOR THAI HO •Oklahoma Cit proper ly for rooming house or hotel. H> luirc -at the Kinney Houx-. V. L. Gar ’tt. )>ltone 1435. 11-20-dt LOST AND rOUNO LOST Black Fox Terrier pup. white ■pot on breast. Return to Well) Brothei.-' store: $3 reward. 11-21 I wek LOST -on East Grand avenue or Ben ton street, chafe lap robe, black o:i cue side and brown on other. Pleas return to Mrs. B. Cold), lint] East Brand avenue or phone 1170 and re ceive reward. 11-22-tf. LOST OK STOLEN Ait Airedale dog about S months old. answers to name of Mack. Liberal reward for informa tion that will lead to his recovery. Chas. It. Birnbaum. Phone 5tl or 310. 11-10-tf MISCELLANEOUS LEE MAYBERRY LIVERY AND TRANSFER Carriage Ca ls Answered Promptly. Phone 35. Stables, 812 Pleasant. Arlington Hack Stand, Phone 1916. ARKANSAS AUTO COMPANY •‘Valley Red,” Manager. AGENT FOR HUPMOHILE. Seven l’nssenKor Weatcott Tour lug cal's for line, day or nlKUt. TELEPHONE 400. LEGAL NOTICES WARNING ORDER. In t li p> Garland Chancery Court. Lucy Williams and A. C. Williams, plaintiffs, against Rose Wood Hayes, defendant. Tho defendant, Hose Wood Hayes, is warned to appear in this court within thirty days and answer the cumplinnt of the plaintiffs. Given under my hand and seal of said court on this pith day of Novern llier. 1914. A. G. SPLUENBEIRGEIR. Clerk. Leo. I’. McLaughlin, Esq., Attorney ad Litem. W. G. Houle, Attorney for Plaintiff. By W. H MOYSTON. 1). C. NOTICE TO CREDITORS. Notice Is hereby given, tbat letters of Administration, with the will an nexed, on the estate of Elmira E. Humphrey, deceased, were Issued to the undersigned by Rhe Clerk of the Probate Court of Garland County, in the State of Arki-.nsas, on the 3rd day of July, 1914. All persons having claims against said Esrate are there fore hereby notified to exhihl. the same to the undersigned, properly au thenticated, within six months after the date of such letters or they may be precluded from any benefit in said Estate. And If such c.alms be 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. LA KEN AN, Administrator with the will annex ed of the Estate of Elmira B. Humphrey, deceased. (4t wkly.) COMMISSIONER S SALE. Notlro is hereby given that In pursu ance of the authority ami directions con tained in the do ••retal order of the Chan eery Court <»f norland county made and entered on tin? J'ind day of October. A. D. 1914, in certain cause (N't 5763) then pending therein oe|%> v»\ — Johnson and Arthur Holland, trustee, complain ants. and S .1 Krnkson and Ola II. HSrieksoii. defendant*, tin* utiilemlKiiod, ns t »>t said court, w ill offer for sale at public vendue tu the highest bidder, at the front door or entrance uf LEGAL NOTICES the county rout thou.a in which said l*°u: t is In Id, in the »'<*' nt\ of tjarlaml. within the hours prescribed by law for judicial sales, on Wednesday, the IMh day of November. A I». 11*11 the follow - I tig described > <. * i estate, to-wit: t^oia sevt-n (7* and eight (S) of block three (3) of S A. Burroughs subdivision of part of the northwest quarter of tin northwest quarter of section eight (Si. township three (3) smith, i.ng- nineteen (!'.') west, of the fifth piineip’i mi rldi.it . in Arkansas; also a part of . r five (&i id block forty (40) of tin Hot Springs Commission, described os follows, iowft; Coin im neing thlr:>-t\vo i :t _* > f» «-t v.**st "f Katon's .southwest corner in sail! lot and block, and i tinning thence northward pat II * l with Baton's west line one hun II even (io7) feet more i U to the north line of lot five fft.), said bl,M’k th*. nee w< ward twenty-five ( _’>) feet, tli* ms southward along e.i.st line of Barnetts land t h i 1tv -«i n t* feet and eight lies (,'il and m. thence westward Res- : \ atton as sni veled, mapped and platl'.i h> the I'nited States Hot Springs dine * feet; thenc* southward parallel wi t ti • . t line to south Bark strict; I •l' .....id thirty-six (Util feet, flbuig South Balk sheet to the place of j h'gi’' ng; also lof sixteen (Pi) of! Idlgg i ;11 O’Neal's subdivision of lots! one . 1 * two ( J). thr'I'n (3 i and font . 4), block ten iPh of the Hot Springs Reset - vutiou e surveyed, mapp'd and platted by the B S. Hot Springs Commission, all1 in c.arl.nd county, Arkansas. Ter ms of Sale: ‘ >n a credit of three month. , th* pnfrrl aser l - mg requir' d to execute t bond as required by law and the order and dcciee of j-nhi court in said earn* with approved security, heal ing Intel- t at the late of ten per cent per ante m from date of sab* until Paid, mid a Inn being retained on the prem ises sold to secure the payment of the purchase money. ‘liven under my hand this 3rd dav of Ni.vemb- r, A. L>. Ril l. V (I SI M.KN B.1\R< JKR, Commissioner in Chanceiy NOTICE TO CREDITORS. Notice Is hereby given that letters of administration on the estate of M. W. ManviUe, deceased, were issued to the undersigned by tlie clerk of the piobats ci.urt of Garland county, In the state of Arkansas, on the 3d day of September, A. It. 19i<r. All persons having claims against said estate are therefore hereby notified to exhibit the 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 be not ex hibited a" aforesaid, within one year alter the date of such letters, thev will be forever barred and precluded from any benefit from said estate. Given this 3d day of September, A. D. 1914. A. CURL, Administrator of the Estate of M. W. Main He, deceased. 9-18 tf ADMINISTRATOR'S NOTICE. Having taken otu letters of admin istration upon the estate of Nathan i Bud) Thomas, dead; now all persons having or holding claims against the aforesaid estate are hereby duly noti fied and requested to present their claims properly verified to me as such administrator, so that they may be properly closed and passed upon, within six months from this date, or they may lie barred; and if not pre si nted within one year from this date said persons will forever be barred trom participating in the proceeds el sa:d estate. Given tinder my hand as such ad ministratrix of said estate on this 29th day of October, 1914. JOHNNIE ETTA THOMAS, Administratrix Estate of Nathan (Bud) Thomas, Dead. 10-30-tf RECEIVER'S SALE. Notice is hereby given that In pur suaui-e of the authority and direc tions contained in the decretal order of the Chancery Court of Garland County, made and entered on the 5th day of November, A. I). 1911, i:i a cer tain cause (No. 57Sit) then pending therein between A. T. Tlioits, com plainant, and McDonough Tlioits Com pany. defendant, the undersigned, as receiver of said court, will offer fo, sale at public vendue to the highest bidder, at tile McDonougli-Tiioits Com pany's mill site near Ji ssi ville, Gar land County, Arkansas', within tlie hours prescribed by law for judicial sales, on Wednesday, the 2d day of December, A. ID. 11(14, I he following described real estate, to w it: Tin west half southeast quarter, southeast quarter of the southeast quarter of section eleven (11), and the north east quarter of the northeast quarter of section fourteen (14), all i:i town ship one (1) north, range nineteen (19) west, containing one hundred and sixty (1 GO) acres. Also the fol lowing personal property, to-wit: 0:ie stave mill complete, consisting of one Beer stave mill complete and one bar rel stave mill complete, boiler, en gines, belting, pulleys, etc., 1 barrel cylinder oil, 1 barrel lubricating oil, 1 emory wheel and stand. 1 saw glim mer, 1 Studebaker one-horse wagon, and office fixtures, viz.: 1 desk, 1 table, 1 costumer, 2 leather seat offic* cliairs, 2 cane seat straight chairs. 1 Underwood No. 4 typewriter and desk, etc.; also about ninety five thousand mixed stu\es, in Garland County. Arkansas. 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 said court in said cause, with approved se curity, bearing interest at the rate of six per cent per annum from date of sale until paid, and a lien being re tained on the premises sold to secure the payment of the purchase money. Given under my hand this 9th day of November, A. D. 1914. A. G. srhhKNRHRGHR, 1 l-ll-20d Receiver. NOTICE TO CREDITORS. Notice is hereby given to all per sons having claims against the Mc Douougli-Tlioits Company, are hereby warned to file the same, duly authen ticated. with the undersigned within nlliety days from ibis dale, or they will be burred from the distribution LEGAL NOTICE'S_ of the assets of suid company. Given under my hand on this 22a day of October, 1914. A. G. SULBENBBRCrBR, 11-11-90(1 1+eceiver. WARNING ORDER. In the Garland Cnancery Court. Carrie Manville, Plaintiff, against Clay Manville, Gibson Manville, Cath erine J. Greenway and —■ Green way (Christian name unknown). De fendants. The defendants, Cay Manville, Catherine .1. Greenway and . Greenway (Christian name unknown) are warned to appear in this Court within thirty days and answer the complaint of the plaintiff, Carrie Main ille. Given under my hand and seal of said Court on this 11th day of Novem ber. 1914. A. G. SCLLENBERGEU, Clerk. JOHN 1J. HOSKINS, Esq Attorney ad litem. WARNING ORDER. In the Garland Chancery Court. Lucy Williams and A. C. Williams PlainiilPfs, against Rose Wood Hayes, Alice \ McUuiagn and P. L. Mannen, Defend MitH. The defendants. Rose Wood Hayes, Alice A. McGnigan and P L. Mannen, are jwarned to appear in t.lii court within thirty days and answer the complaint of the plaintiff. (liven under my hand and seal of said court on this Lth day of Novem ber, 1914. A. G. SCLLENBERHER, Clerk. Leo. p. McLaughlin, Esq.. Attorney ad Litt m. \V. G. Uaule. Attorney for Plaintiff - By W II. MOYSTON, 1). C. WARNING ORDER. Ill the Garland Chancery Court. Mablr Fisk, Plaintiff, against Elmer Fisk, Defendant. The defendant, Elmer Fisk, Is warned to appear in this Court within thirty days and answer the "omplnitu of file plaintiff, Mable Fisk. Given under my hand and sea! of said Court on this 13th day of Octo tier, 1 it 1 I. A. G. SULLENHERGER, Clerk. V. S. LEDGER WOOD, Esq.. Attorney ad litem. All'rod ft Bumpass for Plaintiff. WARNING ORDER. In the Garland Chancery Court. Willie Ann Mo''ants, plaintiff, vs. G K. MoCants, defendant. The defendant, G. K. MoCants. is warned to appear In this court with in thirty days and answer tlie com plaint. of the plaintiff. Given under my hand and seal of said court on this 20th day of Novem ber, 1914. A. G. SIJLUEXBERGER, Clerk. By W. H. Moyston, Deputy. I.eo I'. Mcl.omihlin. attorney ad litem. POUND NOTICE. Taken up wiihin the city limits, on tlie 17th of November, one black inare iniiie, no marks. About 20 years old. if not called for, will he sold within 19 da's for advertising and all pound fees, I). RYNDEHS, Ponndniaster. NOTICE OF SALE OF COLLATERAL Notice is hereby given that the un dersigned, as the legal owners and holder ( I a certain collateral note for the sum of $2,500.00, dated Oct. 12, 1911. due thirty days after date, drawn by Chris Ia?dwidge in 1-lttle Hock, Ark., payable to tue order of John (I. Higgins and secured by a pledge of certificate No. 9 for 100 shares of capital stock of the Fac toria Land Company, Little Hock. Ark., will sell at public auction to the highest bidder, at the hour of twelve o’clock, noon, on Monday, Nov. 30 lull, at the Arkansas Trust Company, in the city of Hot Springs, Arkansas, the said certificate No. 9 for 100 shares of the capital stock of the Fac toria Land Company, according to the terms and eonditions of said collat eral note, default in the payment thereof having been made, after due presentation and demand of payment as therein provided and specified. K. BLC.M ENSM EIL. JNO. C, WOLF. Dated this 17th day of November, 1914. — .-o DR. FEWKES MOVES OFFICE. Dr. Jno. M. Fewkes announces the removal of his office to Suite t"., i;. Citizens National Bank Bldg. 11 15-lm TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN. j. v. P. Smith having this day (November 171 sold his interests to undersigned and withdrawn from the Co-operative Paint Co., we, the under signed agree to collect all outstanding bills and pay accounts against the firm. II. BCRROrc.H, D. Ci. SLEEPER, 31-21 Gt A. J. GRANGER. --—O DON’T FAIL TO VISIT THE OAKLAWN MINERAL WELL Two blocks west of Oaklawn Race Track. This water Is noted for Its cures of Liver, Kidney, Bladder and Stomach troubles Constipation and Eczema. Delivered da iy In 1-2 Gal lon Bottles, $1.00 per week. If you have Kidney Trouble, Eczema or Stomach Trouble, be sure and try It. Phone I49G. »»..—AJ... Try a genttnel-Record want ad. - ANNOUNCEMENTS FOR MAYOR. The Seutlnci-Kccord is anthorizeo tif announce Harry A. Join ; as a can il'ulate for the (leuiocratic nomination for Mayor of Hot Springs, subject to the democratic primary on Decem ber 3. The Sentinel-Record is authorized to announce \Y. VY. Waters as a can didate for Die democratic nomination for mayor of the city of Hot springs, subject to the action of the demo cratic primary of December 3. FOR POLICE JUDGE. The Sentinel-Record is authorized to announce Vernal S. ledgerwood as a candidate for the democratic nomi nation for Police Judge of the city ol Hot Springs, subject to the action of the democratic primary of Decern her 3. Tlie Sentinel-Record is authorized to announce D. S. Humes as a can didate for tin' democratic nomination for police judge of the city of Hot Springs, subject to the action of the democratic primary of December 3. CITY TREASURER. The Semiuei-Retord is authorized to announce Will II. Wat-on a candi date for n election as t itv Trea-hirer, subject to the action of the. demo cratic primary December lPJ 1. FOR ALDERMAN. The Sentinel-I;eeoi 0 is authorized to announce Carl Mendel as a candi date for the democratic nomination for Alderman from the First ward, subject to Hie primary ol December 3. The Sentinel-Record Is authorized to annoume Robert Kittlebergor as a candid ;e for the democratic nomi nation Alderman from the First ward. iiject to the action of tne prirnery of December 3. The Sentinel-Record is authorize 1 to announce Robert It. Lower as a candidate for the democratic nomin ation for alderman from the second ward, subject to the action of the deiu ocratic primary of December3. Tiie Setitlliel-HeCol u is aiiloii/eu iu announce Walter Little as candidate for the democratic nomination for al derman from ttie third ward subject to ttie action of the democratic pri mary of December 3. The Sentinel--Record is authorized to announce Dave Dodd n- a candi date for tho democratic nomination for Alderman from tho Fourth ward subject to tiie action of the demo cratic primary of December 3. Tiie Sentinel-Record is au'liorlzed to announce D. D. Lawson as a can didate for the democratic nomination for Alderman front the Fifth ward, subject to the action of I lie demo cratic primary of December 3, Tiie Sentinel-Record is authorized to announce Dave Burgaurer as a can. didate for tiie denwceiatie nomination for Alderman from tiie Fifth ward, subject to the action of the demo cratic primary of December 3. The Sentinel-Record is authorized to announce 1 flrarri Whittington as a candidate for the democratic nomina tlon for Alderman from the Fourth ward, subject to the action of tiie democratic primary of December 3. Tiie Sentinel-Record is authorized to announce W. A. (Davis as a candi date for the democratic nomintffion for Alderman front the Mixth ward, subject to the action of tiie demo cratic primary of December 3. JACK GOODINE ANNOUNCES that he has Oysters on the half shell at the lamp ire Bar. IMPORTANT This life of ours 1b very uncertal* If your home la mortgaged, pro tact It If you are married, protect your wife and children. If you are single, protect your old days—In case you live to gee them. You can do this by Insuring today with The Mutual Life Insurance Co. of New York THOS. D. McCALLUM, Digtrlct Manager. Phonea 303 and 28J. it *nnouiMir whiskey and tc JV/lORr HlNL UACCO Habit. Treat* • " * l>y new painloH rr.*-Llto*l Noi-«ine dollar neo be paid until satisfaction lias been effected Pace * 3 d*j Liquor Trcatmem. — — BOOKLET FREE 1 DR. PACE’S SANITARIUM HOT SPRINGS. ARKANSA: Sanitarium, *S2 Spring Street City Office, (29 1-2 Central IWoon-Hickson Roofers ROOF PAINTING ROOF PATCHING If vour roof leaks call, Phone 534. Sentlne-Record Want Ads. Get Results m m 0 #■.# »n» » -n-4ff i Secret Societies; MASONIC. Hot Spring* <'timm ina* ry, No. I, K. If, meet* every first Monday. Z. N SHORT. E. C. Hot Spring* Council, No. 23. R, fk R M . meet* every second Monday aft**r Chapter. E. E. CASADA, T. I. M. Hot Spring* Chapter, No 47. R. A M., meet* every second arid fourth Mondays. M C HACKMAN, H. Hot Springe Lodge. No. #12, F. A A M , Masonic Temple, first and third Friday* at 8 p. in. H. H. FICLLHEIMER, VV. M Pumptor T«oflgi», !*•» 4TT F A M., South Hot Spring*, near corner Fifth St. and Grand Av»* , meets second and fourto Fridays at 7:30 p. ni. M H C A MTMM'LL. W M ROHERT CARTNEY, Secretary. EASTERN STAR Hot Springs Cliapte,, No. rn, O. F fl, Mii.soni' Temple, tiiird M« r«‘ *y :ti * MRS L (Om? Worth Matron. MISS HLANCIH' HAILEY. S-cr-tary. WOODMAN CIRCLE Meet* ever> firs' and third Friday*. Visiting sovereign* nvited to attend. LIHHIL '’NEAL Guardian. i. o. o. r Hot Spring* Valley fa>dge, No #17, meet* every Monday night at 7 30 In Odd Follows * I a 11, Froxp« ct avenue and Exchange street Visiting brothers al ways wOffice of Noble Grand on second floor. E. C. WITTE, N. O. RORT KOEHLER, Secretary. Hot Springs Encampment. No. S, T. O. O F , meet.- second and fourth Tuesday nights in t hid Fellows Hall, corner Pros pect and Exchange. All visiting Patri archs pleas** attend V. II. HUNTER, C. P. H. C GRAIIAM. Bcrlhe. Garland Reberm L'slge, No. 70, T O. O I . meet* first and third Tuesday nights In Odd Fellow* llill. Visiting brothers and G ters cordially Invited. MRS. DOR \ ORA JI Wl. N. G. MRS. FANNIE BATHES, Secretary. K. OF P. Meet* everv Tuesday ntght at 614 I-1 Central avenue. S. K. DILLON, C. O. jab s McConnell k. or k. and a B. I*. O. E. Hot Springs Lodge, jsi,, 380, R p. O. K, meets every Wednesday evening it 8:30 slinrp, at their new hall, corner Spring and Valley street*. Visiting brothers cordially Invited Ci 10 H on A ROOM. K U RICHMOND JOYCK, Seciolary. J J HICKMAN, Clerk. ELWOOD SMITH, Organiser. L. O. O. M._ riot ptpi-higs Lodge, No. o"-I T.oysl Or der of Moose, meets every Friday even ing In the Mnoae Hall, 724 I-' Cential avenue Visiting hrolhers eordlalK In vited I H RRRRY, Dictator J W. StClalr. Secretary. KNIGHTS OF COLUMBUS. Monts i'\h y first and third Thursday night- of each month, at Woodmen's had, conn r Prospoet and Hxehange. Visiting brothers cord'allv Invite,! 1,DWARF 11A It I UN Unitid Knight HARRY linriillKRTY'. Impitu <; I >. Jos 1 .onginottl. Kin,an ,,| Ki-ei.-taiv Rngenn Arhona, Recorder. VXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXY I Cime Cables \ XXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXX IRON MOUNTAIN TIME CARS TRAINS ARRIVE No. 17—From Chicago, St. Louis, Kansas City, Mem phis, Little Rock, Texas and California, daily _9:20 a. m. No. 205—Daily, from Mem phis, Wynne, Little Rock and Texas .10:15 a. m. No. 219—Daily, from St. I.ouis, Mem piiis, Little Rock and Texarkana ...3:05 p. m. No. 833—Daily, from Bt. Louis, Kansas City, Chi cago, Memphis, Little Rock, Pine Bluff and Texas .10:15 p. n. TRAINS DEPART. No. 838—Dally, for Little Rock, Pine Bluff, Texas, California, Memphis and St. Louis .7:00 a. m. No. 220 Dally, for Little Rock, Wynne and Mem phis .12:55 p. ui. No. 18—Daily, for St., Louis, Chicago, Kansas City, Memphis, Little Rock, Pine Bluff, Texas, Cali fornia and New Orleans . 5:30 p. td. No. 202 -Daily, for Benton, Littie Bock, Bald Knob, Wynne and Memphis ..9:00 p. m. ROCK ISLAND TIME CARD trainsTrrive. 9:1B am Malvern local. 4:16 p.m. From New York and Chicago Oklahoma and California 6:58 p.m. From Llltle Hock, Oklahoma and points east. No. 46, the 1:00 p.m. train, has through steel sleepers to Chloago and Denver, pArlor car to Memphis and dining <a» from Little Hock, nil steel coaches to Memphis. Connect at Memphis for *U points. Quickest ttms to Nsw Turk without extra fart. TRAINS liEPART. All trains arrive and depart from Ren ton street station, npooelte the pnstnfftce. 8:10 am. I.lttlc Hock local, Oklahoma end California connection 1:00 p.m. Memphis, New York and Chi cago. 8:00 p.m. l-lttle Rock, Memphis I-lmlted, connects at Memphis fov all points 6 30 p.m Malvern local. 7:00 a.m. Malvern local. M„ D. fl, G. TIME TABLE. Effectlvo March ISth. 1914, the Memphis, Dallas & Gulf Rtilroad schedule between Hot Springs and Glen wood will be as follows: No. 5 departs . 4.40 p.m. No. 1 departs .10:30 a.m. No. € arrives . 9:25 a.m. No. 2 arrives . 3:40 p.m. Sunday Only. No. 4 arrives . 8*55 a.m. No. i departs... 4:4t p.m. CLASSIFIED ADS In the Sentinel-Record today will not miss anv of the really good things t'aat are on the market, and you like as not, will find Just what you want.