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THE SENTINEL-RECORD’S CLASSIFIED PAGE
WANTEI*
H WANTED—A home as companion for
K elderly lady or where there is not
■ more than two. 1 can give best of
■ references. Martha Wyman, Maga
Kzine, Ark. 1 l-2S-tf
! Out of work again, resisted with the
^'almer System of Barber Colleges,
I,adies’ Beauty Shop, and employment
agencies. W’o have cheaper scholar
ship and better terms. Write for pur
Hticulars. Positions gun anteed. 1’al
ppier Syster, Little Hock, Ark. 12-3-1 m
V'.YNTKD TO BUY—Sacks, feathers,
e.jhigs, auto tiros, bottles and junk of
•*1I kinds. Ark. Hide and Junk Co.
:; fl i.]. 563. 60S Ouachita. 12-3-1 m
W ANTED — Repum Mr Arkansas agents
for Penn. Mutual Life; aplemihl agents’
renew,i| contract. Address S’ld B. P.ed
Araknaus maiingt-r, Little Ruck.
Ark 1-4-lyv
pVANTED—B< t cash offer on 160 ft.
• vacant Central avenue ground, north
•j|rf Grand avenue. W. T. Hawkins,
' ft lit 1-2 Central Ave. 12-25-tf
| WANT to ch an your CARPETS and
SUGS. Telephone 347 and wagon will
call. ('has. Hotchkiss, Mvr. 6-10-tf
__ ___________.
■WANTED—Two colored waiters and
0i carifenter or handy man at the Al
Konta Hotel. 102S Central Ave.
12-31-tf
M*--—■ ■ —...... — •
ACANTHI) Situation; Japanese as
■kook and house man; liavi best ref
ffrenees. T. Serjkawa. phone 160.
215 Whittington Ave. l-2-2t
FURNITURE AND STOVES
WANTED.
We will pay the highest prices
for your Furniture if you any
for .-ale. Phone I.W9. South
ern Iron At M. Co., 0-1 Ouachita
avenue. li-l-tf.
YOUR CREDIT IS GOOD
We Buy, Sell or Exchange New
and Second Hand
FURNITURE
See us first if you waut to sell
or buy.
J. R. LOYD S, SON
2024 Third St. Phone 71
8-21-tf
JAS. T. JUDD
Buya and Sells
NEW AND SECONDHAND
FURNITURE
429 Park Ave. Phone 1739
SECOND HAND EU RN ITU RE
We buy and sell for cash and
can lavt you money either way.
Let u* list your goods; we pay
the most.
IRMEY A. SONS. Phone S3S.
if-27-tf
We Buy, Sell or Exchange New
and Secofld hand Furniture.
Phone 2223.
WILSON FURNITURE CO.
423 425 Ouachita Ave.
6-4-tr
FOR RENT
■•’DU RENT Nicety rum? ti> il moil
■ ni 3-room apartment with bath, in
)rivat»j family; no other roomers.
all 201 Cedar ot. *Phone 1101.
11- 1-tf
lished liour,cheeping rooms, \pply
!12 Central. Rhone 20 or 982. M.
f eager.
■'DR RENT Four room modern un
■tirnishcd cottage, 221 Woodbine St.,
In P'tir of court house; 18 per month,
/he Levy, 410 Central Ave. 11-8-tf
fl’DR RENT—'Splendidly furnished
tit ont room, private entrance, bath and
Hti'lephone, very desirable. Phone
■ 485. 12-2-tI
WALLACE APARTMENTS
• 444 and 444 1-2 Prospect Ave.
’?r| Modern light housekeeping in 2 or
3 room suites, with bath.
WALLACE BUNGALOW
£ Seven rooms, 2 baths; furnished for
$r?e or two families, or roomers;
9l LCIALRATES. Phone 1997. 10-7-tf
FOR RI3NT—1, 2, 3 and 1 room fur*
itched apartments, 11 Carlton Ter
race; laundry included; strictly n • i
•n: also unfurnished modern apnrt
m?ints, at 217 Laurel St. Phone 1551.
12- 3-tf
F< !i RENT til Qua paw A\e„ an up
to-date modern 7-room collage will,
china close’, linen closet and store
ro< Phone 1h2:i or inquire of Mrs
Jo1 Stone, 415 Quapaw Ave. 1 1-tf
FOIt RENT 4 room apartment, mod
ern. with private bath. Phone 2213.
11-29-tf
fSilt RENT 5-room house and barn
iand B-acre farm; for sale, 7 cows.
■ pply .Jolia Erie' sop, the end of Oak
l la n race track. .12-51 2t
VOR RENT—NICELY FURNISHED
^OTTAGES AND APARTMENTS
STRICTLY MODERN. Apply TO?
Cedar Street or Phon, 2119.
if! l-i-tt
FOR RENT
FOR KENT—5-room house with halt
and pantry, back screened pordh, all
modern improvements; hot water
heater; furniture for sale; possession
Jan. I. Apply Phil Levy, 352 Central
Ave. 12-3-tf
FOR RENT Modern furunished cot
tage, 110 Beach street or Phone 1607.
12-27-lmo.
! 1 U KENT" Nicely rurnlshTO ri orn.
all modern; gas, bath and water. Ad
dress 163 Glade. 12-31-1 w
FOR PENT -A cottage, 1530 Central
Ave. Phone T. 1). McCallutu, 302.
12-3 l-3t
FOR RENT.
Ten-acre home, near Rock Is
land tracks, 1 1-2 miles from
city limits. Six acres cleared,
Concrete house, good well and
fruit trees. Ten dollars per
month. Hy. C. Covington, at
Arkansas Trust Co. 1-1-1 w
FOR RENT- Elegant furnished cot
tages, 451, 433, 459 Whittington. Ap
ply 473 Whittington. Phone 734.
ll-l-tf.
FOR RENT—6-room house, all mod
ern conveniences; desirable location;
opposite Majestic hotel. Phone 2308
or 1080. 12-2-tf
FOR RENT—0 and 7-room cottages,
unfurnished; modern conveniences
Phone 1161. ■ 12-3-tf
THE PLAZA — Light housekeeping
apartments and furnished rooms all
modern, enclosed sleeping porches;
beautiful location, opp. II. S. Superin
tendent's residence. 610 Reserve Ave.
Phone 954. Mrs. M. F. Green.
12-26-tf
FOR RENT—G-roorn furnished cot
tage 230 Court St., two blocks back
of Ark. Nat'l. bauk. 410 Central Ave.
Abe Levy. 12-9-tf
E V R N I S H E D APARTMENT—
333 Prospect Ave. 12-13 tr
I:A vi .'l'A APARTMENTS 11.7 and
•119 Spring street, 3-room apartment
and hath, modern; newly decorated
and furnished. 11-25-tf
LIGHT, airy housekeeping room*;,
one block from bath house; electric
lights; $ 1.50 up per week. 216 Court.
8-29-tf
NICELY Furnish'd Rooms, steam
heat, modern, very reasonable. Mrs.
B. Shannon. 132 1-2 Centra, avinue.
10-13-tf.
GOOCh CLEAN HOUSEKEEPING
ROOMS, close in, $1.50 week; mod
ern conveniences. 155 East Grand
Ave. Phone 1247. 10-6-tf
FOR RENT—Nice furnished room,
hot and cold water and private hath.
Apply 431 Prospect Ave. Telephone
1500. 9-27-tf
Clean Furnished Cott.igee -t1S.00
per month up—Near hath house*.
The*. Doherty, 70* Malvern Avi.
Phone 647.
TOMBLER APARTMENT.
One 6-room apartment unfur
nished, with sieenlng porch.
Heat, hot and cold water in
eluded. Inquire Lamar Bath
House or Phone 1966.
FOR SALE
FOR SALK • Cheap, a five-passenger
automobile, made 9.200 miles; cush
ions covered. Sell cheap for cash
Address C. .1. I,., Sentinel-Record.
12-29-1 w
If r Y QI ATM ANN'S suction brush,
lately patented; cleaning and press
ing ladles' or gentlemen's suits, 7"iC.
229 Ouachita. 12-28-lw
FOR SALE-—Cheap, 7-passenger Win
ton "ti" in good running order. Call
2097. 12-22-tf
MARCrAIN—'Close in home, 107 Oak
St., $1,100. Look at. it and see W.
T. Hawkins, 029 1-2 Central.
12-22-tf
FOR SALE—Small house on wheels,
id feet by 10 feet. Must sell immedi
ately. No reasonable offer refused.
R. ('. Quartinan, 220 Ouachita avenue.
12-27-1 wk.
FOR SALE—3-year-oia mare, buggy
and harness. Cecil Ledgerwood, 111
Ci ntral Ave. Phoue 1091. 12-lt-H
FOR SAl-K Modern 22-rcom
steam litated hotel, furnished.
House, furnishings, and re.il es
tate, all goes for $8,000. Uot is
(12 1-2 feet front, and 180 feet
deep, flood location. Hotel is
now under guaranteed lease
for two years, at $fi0 per month,
payments guaranteed by mort
gage on oilier property. A guar
anteed investment of 9 per
cent, aside front steadily 1 n
t leased valuation of tile prop
erty. Apply \V. T. Hawkins.
t.20 1-2 t'tntral avenue. tf
FUR SALE
FOR SALE—Five-acre farm, good fo«
truck, dairy and poultry; well Im
proved. This place is on the Shady
Grove road the land is worth not
less than $130 per acre—the improve
ments cost $1,250. Will ^ell this
property for $1 100. Rhone 1170.
12-12-11
FOR SALE A 3 year old draft horse,
well broki in double harness and to
ride; can be seen at Lewis wagon
yard, or write I.. T. Starks, (its I’ark
Ave. Phone 328. 12-30-2w
FOR SALE—Furniture, practically
new, of 5 room house; 3 gas stoves,
already connected, and house for rent.
Apply W. E. Owen, 222 Parker Ave.
12-13-tf
FOR SALE OR TR A HE-120 acres,
35 acres in cultivation; 8 1-2 miles
northwest of city; one-fourth mile
from Hawes postoffice. Good coun
try house and barn; will sell at a
bargain or trade for city property if
taken before January 1. Whisnant
Bros., 724 Malvern Ave. 12-10-lm
FOR SALE—20 horsepower, 3-phase
self starting Wagner electric motor.
U. M. Steele, phone 15. 11-27-tf
FOR SALE—7-room house with
bath—modern—large rooms; would
make an ideal home. Worth
$4,500. Owner will sell for $2,800.
756 Pleasant St. Phone 547.
FOR SALE—Furniture In ten room
house, ready for roomers, 1-2 block
of bathhouse and car line. Call at
318 Market street. Phone 2247.
11-15 tf.
FOR SALE -at a bargain—furniture
in an eight room house keeping apart
ment House rents for $15.00. Ap
ply 103 Plateau St. 12-27-1 w.
FOR SALE—by owner, country home,
within 3 1-2 miles of Crystal springs.
Five room house, 2 barns, chicken
house, young fruit trees, good well,
cold springs, 100 acres timbered land.
Healthy location and fine cattle range.
Telephone 1204. 2-wks
FOR SALE—Four mules and one com
bination horse, weighs 1,000 pounds.
Phone 1740. 10-30 tf
LOST AND FOUND
t OST -Cameo pin. gold setting, on
Malvern or Central: $5 reward. Miss
Fannie Davies. Phone .'>''.5.
1-1-15
Try a Sentinel Record Want Ad. It
will pay you try.
MISCELLANEOUS
LEE MAYBERRY
LIVERY AND TRANSFER
Carriage Calls Answered
Promptly. Phone 35.
Stables, 812 Pleasant,
Arlington Hack Stand,
Plione 1916.
FOR all kinds or catmiet work and fur
niture repair, screening and job carpeii
taring. He Barnhart, 106 Kirk St. I*hone
66 S. t-S-tf
BBAl'TI'FTIi new goods arriving dai
ly at Mrs. C. Higgins’ Art Store. 606
Central Are 9-17-tf
try A FKNTINKR TtKCORn ci.ASSl
FIKD Al> TODAV—It may rent that va
cant housa for you.
LEGAL NOTICES
IN THE GARLAND PROBATE
COURT—NOTICE.
Notice Is hereby given that the fol
lowing administrators, executors and
guardians hereinafter named have
filed in this court Uheir respective ac
counts lor approval, to-wit:
No. Ifr.V-iFifth annual account of F.
I If. Ward and A. .1. Dalton, administra
tors of the estaU of Jerry W. Shelf,
deceased.
No. 901 First annual account of
Belle and Andrew Guerin, executors
of tile last will and testament of
James 1*. Guerin, deceased.
No. flC-2 Final account of Ida B.
O'Bryan, administratrix of the estate
Of elms. W. O’Bryan, leceased.
No. 116—(Final account- of Mrs. IM.
A. Claiborne, administratrix of the
estate of !>. W. Claiborne, deceased.
No. 870—(Re-stated annual account
ot Moilie IxHigworth, administratrix
of tlie estate of .1. W. Longworth, dt1
ceased.
.no. i jfp Final account ol \. want
stein, guardian of Minnie and Maggie
(McCollum, minors.
No. it20—Annual account of Arkan
sas Trust Company, administrator of
tile estate of Myrtle Powers, de
ceased.
No. <S!>(>—'Final account of Clias N.
Rix, administrator of the estate of
Utilise Voney, deceased.
And all persons interested in the
settlement of said accounts arc
warned to come forward and file ex
ceptions to such accounts if any they
(have, on or before the second day of
the January, lfH.">, term of the Pro*
hate Court, of Garland County, or they
will be forever barred from excepting
to such accounts or any item thereof.
in testimony whereof I have here
j unto set my hand and official seal
this fllsl day of ryecemher Ibil
nil \S II MAVIS Clerk.
' llj Allen llotcli'kiss, ilk C.
LEGAL NOTICES
WARNING ORDER.
In the Garland Chancery Court.
■Daisie M. Rice. Plaintiff, against
Edgar K. Rice, Defendant.
The defendant, Edgar E. Rico, is
warned to appear In this Court with
in thirty days and answer the com
plaint of the plaintiff, Daisie M. Rice.
Given under my hand and seal of
said Court on this 11th day of De
cember, 1911.
A. Cl. SITLLENBERGER, Clerk.
A. J. Ml'RPHY, Esq.,
Attorney ad litem.
RECEIVER'S SALE.
Notice is Hereby given that in pur
suance of the authority and directions
contained in the decretal order of the
Chancery Court of Garland county,
made and enter'd on the 10th day of
December, A. D. 1014, in a certain
cause (No. 5800) then pending therein
between M. Rumley Company, com
plainant. and \Y. R. Gray and Rumley
Products Company, defendants, the
undersigned, as commissioner of sai l
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 Tuesday, the 22d day of
December, A. D. 1914, the following
described personal property, to-wit:
One Olds Type ‘TV’ 18 horse power
gasoline engine. No. E-201, complete
with all parts and attachments.
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 so
curity, bearing inteiest at the rate of
six per cent per annum from date of
sale until paid, and a lien being re
tained on the property sold to secure
the payment of the purchase money.
Given under my hand this 10th day
of December, A. D. 1914.
A. G. SUDLEN’RRRGER.
Receiver.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS.
Notice is hereby given t'nat letters
of administration on the estate of M.
W. Manvllle, deceased, wore issued
to the undersigned by the clerk of the
ptobats ourt. of Garland county, In
the state of Arkansas, on the 3d day
of September, A. D. 19iv. 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 or such letters of ad
ministration, or they may be pre
cluded from any benefit in said es
tate. And it such claims be not ex
hibited a-j aforesaid, within one year
after the date of such tetters, they
will be forever Darred and precluded
from any benefit from said estate.
Given this 3d day of September,
A. I). 19J 4.
A. CURL,
Administrator of the Estate of M. W.
Manville, deceased. 9-18 tf
WARNING ORDER.
In the Garland Chancery Court.
A. I Williams, Plaintiff, against W.
E. Ur'TPtl, John C. Morris, R. Hol
land, Miles Graffenried and Robert
Ruck, defendant.-.
The defendant, Miles Graffenried,
is warned to apqmar in this court
within thirty days and answer the
complaint of the plaintiff, A. U. Wil
liams.
Given under my hand and seal of
su'd court on this 17th day of Decem
ber, 1914.
A. H Sl'LLENRERGER. Clerk.
J. S. McConnell, Esq.. Attorney ad
litem.
WARNING ORDER.
In the Garland Chancery Court.
Lucy Williams and A. IT, Williams,
Piaintifffs, against Rose Wood Hayes,
Alice A. MoGuiagn and P L. Mannen,
Defendants.
The defendants, Rose Wood Hayes,
Alice A. McGui-gan and P L. Mannen,
are .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 Kth day of Novem
ber, 1914.
A. G. SULLEN BERGER,
Clerk.
Leo. P. McLaughlin, Esq., Attorney
ad Litein.
W. G. Bouic. Attorney for Plaintiffs.
By W. H. MOYSTON, D. C.
TAX COLLECTOR S NOTICE.
Notice is hereby given that I will
be at. t’.ie following places on the date,
named, for the purpose of collecting
taxes on real and personal property
and the per capita tax for the year
1914:
Hale Township—Vaughan's Store,
Monday, January 4th. 1915.
Baxter Township— Mt. Tabor, Tues
day, January 5th, 1915.
Mountain Township—-Graves Schoo
House. Wednesday, January 6th, 1915
Marble Township, Thompy Young*
Residence, Thursday, January Rh
1915.
Mountain Valley Township—Mason
i ic Hall, Friday, January Sth, 1915.
l::i!ou Township South Fori*
School House, Saturday. January 9th
1915.
Lincoln Township-—Meyers Schoo
House. Monday, January llih, 1915,
Lee Township—Reynolds School
I linn ■(' Tue day, January L'lh. 191.,
| Farmer Town .hip Big Ma/arn
LEGAL NOTICES
Sc hool House, Wednesday, January
12th, 1915.
Mazarn Township—Pearcy Postof
fice. Thursday. January 14th, 1915.
Mill Township—Center Star Church
Friday, January 15th, 1915.
Antioch Township—Faurche Church
House, Saturday, January 10th, 1915
Ouachita Township—Cunninghan’s
Store, Monday, January 18th, 1915.
Bain Township—Crystal Hill School
House. Tuesday, January 19th, 1915.
Phillips Township—Lonsdale, Ark.
Wednesday, January 20th, 1915.
Sulphur Township—Hawrence, Ark.
Thursday, January 21st, 1915.
Hot Springs Township and City of
Hot Springs—Court House, January
25th until April 10th, 1915.
Will be at each precinct designated,
outside of City of Hot Springs from
10 o’clock a. m. until 2 o’clock p.m.
Given under my hand ns Collector
of Garland County this 24th day of
November, 1914.
E. T. HOUSLEY,
Tax Collector, Garland County, Ark.
12-2-2 Ot
WARNING ORDER.
In the Garland Chancery Court.
A H. Williams, Plaintiff, against G.
W. Blitch and George Hall, Defend
ants. George Hall, cross-complainant;
G. W. Blitch, cross-defendant.
The defendant, G. W. Blitcth, is
warned to appear in this eourt within
thirty days and answer tlie cross-com
plaint of the cross-complainant,
George Hall.
Given under my hand and seal of
said court on this 2d day of Decem
ber, 1914.
A. 0. SITjLBNBBRGBR, Clerk.
C. Floyd Huff, Esq., Attorney ad
Litem.
ADMINISTRATOR’S NOTICE.
Having taken out letters of admin
istration upon the estate of Nathan
(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 be barred; and if not pre
sented within one year from this date
said persons will forever be barred
from participating in the proceeds ot
sn:d estate.
Given under my hand as such ad
ministratrix of said estate on this
29th day of October, 19M.
JOHNNIE ETTA THOMAS,
Administratrix Estate of Nathan
(Bud) Thomas, Dead.
10-30-tf
WARNING ORDER
In the Garland Chancery Court.—1). S.
Barnes, Trustee; Mary J. Busch,
Clara C. Busch and Bertha J.
Busch Plaintiffs, against Anna F.
Krieter. Frances Krieter, Joe Krie
ter, Frank Krieter, John Krieter,
Jr„ one married son of John Krie
ter, deceased (Christian name un
known); one married daughter of
John Krieter. deceased (name un
known); one son, unmarried, of
John Krieter, deceased (Christian
name unknown), and other heirs, if
there are ally of John Krieter, de
ceased
The defendants, Anna F. Krieter,
Frances Krieter, Joe Krieter, .Ictin
Krieter. Jr., one married son of John
Krieter. deceased (Christian name un
known); one married daughter of
John Krieter, deceased (name un
known); one son, unmarried, of John
Krieter, deceased (Christian name un
known), and other heirs, if there are
any of John Krieter, deceased, are
warned to appear in this court within
thirty days and answer the complaint
of the plaintiffs.
Given under my hand and seal of
said court on this 19th day of Decem
ber, 1914.
A. G. SITXENRERGKR. Clerk.
John D. Hoskins, Esq., Attorney ad
Litem.
By W. H. MOYSTON, I>. C.
WARNING ORDER.
tn the Garland Chancery Court.
Willie Ann MoCants, plaintiff, vs. G.
E. MoCants, defendant.
The defendant, G. E. MoCants, is
warned to appear in this court with
in thirty days and answer the com
plaint of the plaintiff.
Given under my hand and seal of
said court ou this 2i)th day of Novem
ber, 1914.
A. G. SUhUaXBEROER, Clerk.
By W. H. Moyston, Deputy.
Leo P. Miolxmghlin, attorney ad litem.
National Forest Timber for Sale.
Sealed bids will be received by the
Forest Supervisor. Hot Springs, Ark
ansas. lip to and including January
2'!, 1915, for 120,000 feet B. M„ more
or less, of White Oak timber upon
a designated area within Sections 1,
2, 3, 10, |i and 12, T. 1 S., R. 21 W.,
5th P. M„ Arkansas National Forest,
Arkansas. No bid of less than $3.50
per M feet will be considered. De
posit with bid $200.00. The right to
reject any and all bids reserved. Be
fore bids are submitted full informa
tion concerning tin* timber, the condi
tions of sale, and the submission of
bids should be obtained from the
Forest Supervisor, Hot Springs, Ar
kansas.
STOCKHOLDERS' MEETING]
The regular annual meeting (,f llifi
stockholders of lilie Arkansas National
LEGAL NOTICES
Bank for the election ot directors and
such other business as may properly
come before it will be held at the of
fice of said bank on Tuesday, January
12. 1915, at 1 o’clock p. m.
CHAS. N. R1X,
President.
12-15-Exp. Jan. 12.
SHERIFF'S SALe7~
Notice is hereby given that I. the
undersigned, as sheriff of Garland
county. Arkansas, will offer for sale
at the front door of tftie Garland coun
ty court house, on the Gist day of De
cember, 1914. between the hours pre
scribed by law for judicial sales, to
wit:
One electrical printing machine, ca
pacity one print; 71 ” arc lamp, 110
volts a.c. 60 cycles.
levied on by me as the property
of Graham Burnham to satisfy an exe
cution placed in my hands in favor
of J. P. Wafconhorst.
Given under my hand this 21st day
of December, 1914.
OH AS. C. WEBB,
Sheriff of Garland County, Ark,
12-22-lot
STOCKHOLDERS’ MEETING.
Notice is hereby given that the an
nual meeting of the stockholders of
the Citizens National hank of Hot
Springs, Arkansas, will be held in the
banking room of the said bank, on
Tuesday. January 12. 1915, at two
o'clock p. ra„ for the purpose of elect
ing nine directors and the transaction
of suci’i other business as may prop
erly c> me before the meeting.
GIJS STRAUSS, President.
12-12-llOd
NOTICE TO CREDITORS.
Notice la hereby given to all per
sons having claims against the Mc
Doaough-Thoits Company, are hereby
warned to file the same, duty authen
ticated, with the undersigned within
ninety days from this date, or they
will be barred from the distribution
of the assets of said company.
Given under my hand on this 22d
day of October, 1914.
A. G. SULLENBERGER.
ll-ll-90d Receiver.
WARNING ORDER.
In the Garland Chancery Court.
Lucy Williams and A. IT. Williams,
plaintiffs, against Rose Wood llayes,
defendant.
The defendant, Rose Wood Hayes,
is warned to appear in this court
within thirty days and answer the
complaint of the plaintiffs.
Given under my hand and seal of
said court on this 13th day of Novem
ber, 1914.
A. G. SULLENBERGER,
Clerk.
Leo. P. Mcl-aughlin, Esq., Attorney
ad Litem.
W. G. Bouic. Attorney for Plaintiff.
By W. H. MOVSTON, D. C.
"REMOVAL NOTICE.
Jno. T. O'Brien, the practical and
experienced tailor, is now located at
223 Valley street. Owing to the
stringency of the present time and
the cutting of his expense more than
half, he is prepared to do all kinds or
work in his line at greatly reduced
prices. A good stock of woolens on
l and, and also a full line of samples
of all designs. Docs French dry
cleaning and pressing. Alterations on
men’s, women’s and youths’ clothes
undertaken with an absolute guaran
tee of saticfaction. 12-4-tf
ANNUAL MEETING.
Notice is hereby given that the an
nual meeting of the stockholders of
l*otash Sulphur Springs, lucwporated,
will be held at Hie Arlington Hotel,
City of Hot Springs, Arkansas, on
Tuesday. January 12, at the hour of
8 o’clock pan. At said meeting the
board of directors for the ensuing
year will be chosen, and such other
business transacted as may properly
come before the stockholders’ meet
ing
This the 290h day of December,
1914. ISAAC LOWENHAUPT,
12-3<MOt President.
WARNING ORDER.
In the Garland Chancery Court—J.
W. Alford, plaintiff, against Mollie
Zimmerman, defendant.
The defendant, Mollie Zimmerman,
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 12th day of Decem
ber, 1914,
A. (?. St’ULENBERGER, Clerk.
A. W. Bumpass, Esq., Attorney ad
Litem.
By W. H Mcyston, 1). C.
~”sTOGKHOLDERS’ MEETING.
The regular annual meeting of tHie
stockholders of the Maurice Bath
I Co. for the election of directors and
such other business as may properly
come before it will be held at the of
fice of the company on January 16,
1915, at 7:30 p.tn.
12-31-lTt W. G. MiACRlCE.
Try a Srntioei-Record Want Ad.
ANNOUNCEMENTS
FOR MAYOR.
The Sentinel-Record is authorized
to announce Dr. J. W. McClendon as
a candidate for mayor of Hot Springs,
subject to the votes of the people, in
the general election of April,
Chiropractic Adjustment
THE WAY TO QET WELL
Chiropractic Is de
fined by Webster as
MA system of adjust- <
Ing the joints, espe
cially of the spine
for the curing of
DISEASE.’'
This science ac
counts for, locates
and removes the
cause of most all
human ailments.
Why not have the
cause of your trou
ble explained and
relieved from your
spine.
Consultation and ex
amination freely ex
tended to all with- ,
out charge. 4
I. A. WILLIAMS
CHIROPRACTOR
Moved to
708 1-2 CENTRAu AVE.
PHONE 1118.
Pianos, Organs. Talking Machines
Musical Merchandise, Typewriters
and sewing Machines for sale or
rant on Easy Terms. Tuning are
Repairing a Specialty.
D. C. Richards Piano Co.
Phone 104. 724 Central Ave.
L. TURNER
PUBLIC STENOGRAPHER.
Special Rates to Business Hou.>rs on
Bulk Business.
Work Called for and Delivered.
Phone 79 711 Central Avenue.
11-24-lm.
JAMES L. GRAHAM
LAWYER
xOTAPY PUBLIC and PUBLIC BTENO
GRAP.HER IN OFFICE.
Practices In Al! the State ana Federal
Courts.
OFFICB. SOI 1-2 CENTRAL AVE.
Phones: Office. 7441: RraKlanr* 1*38
FOR SALE
One hundred and sixty acres, im
proved land, one mile east of Hot
Springs. CONSIDERED THE BEST
FARM IN GARLAND COUNTY.
Owner needs ready money and will
I sell for three-fourths actual present
value.
PHONE 1179
LOOK
Only $5 each for $18, $20 and
$25 Sample Suits and Over
coats, sizes up to 37. See
those nifty Suits and Overcoats
at the “Hatterie," 245 Central
Avenue.
Men's Blue Serge Pants, all
sizes, $1.50 pair.
12-24-::t
) r
ALL HOME
MADE CANDIES
I5c lb.
SPECIAL FROM NOW UNTIL
CHRISTMAS
Spend $1.00 with us and get a
25c box of Candy FREE.
Spend $2.00 with us and get a
50c box of Candy FREE.
ALL KINDS OF CALIFORNIA
FRUITS
Hot Springs
Confectionery
"JIM” AND GEORGE.” Prop.
714 Central Ave. Phone 291.
SECURITY BANK
HOT SPRINGS SAVINGS, TRUST
AND GUARANTY COMPANY.
A ROLL OF HONOR
BANK
■ullt to Withstand the Storm.
Capital |100,000 Surplus »7<S 000

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