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Lyrics Greatest Feature Day Schubert seven reel master picture produc tion featuring Barbara Tennant, ‘The Marked Woman Story by Owen Davis, staged in time and scenes of the Boxer rebellion of 1900, shown in connection with a smashing j TWO REEL KEYSTONE COMEDY Positively the greatest motion picture ever given in Hot Springs. Lyric, Friday ROYAL THEATER Francis X. BUSHMAN The matinee idol i:i TJssanay’a two reel drama, The Shanty at Trembling Hill tteliK au<imat comedy, The Champion Bear Hunter Hearst-Selig Weekly ! Great army camps in the field. I (Horses for the European war. j British troops' mamtnotlv field bakery, other war scents. THURSDAY CM arc MaeDermott in a feature. j 4 •NEW CENTRAL THEATRE TODAY SIDNEY DREW ‘Presenting the societ} comedy. “ANTIE’S PORTRAIT." )ld Doc Yak and Santa One of tlhe eartoou features oh! and youns will sure enj»> A WISHING * ALL A HAPPY AND PROSPEROUS NEW YEAR 3eo. R. Watson \ 170 Central Ave. Ph°"« 250 f f Yv a Sentinel Record Want Ad. * %; \ * f 1 i _ TWO WOMEN HUNG onto their husband's coattails, beg ging them to bring home some of Jack Ooodlne’s famous <*hl!e and I Roust lteef Sandwiches witth the gravy oozing out oh dem. 825 Central Ave, Phone 107C. ——--—o YOUTHFUL BANDIT KILLED. j ‘Muskogee. Okie... Jan. 5.—Fran' l Martin, a youthtul bandit, was killed I and William Butler, a policeman, fa tally wounded at Bartlesvlle, Oku. this aiternoou in a running battle fought between the officer and Martir cjul a pal, according to a message re cetved at tilie Cnited Slate's marshal', olfice here. The two bandits, the message said had robbed a pool hall and a hotel a the point of revolvers. —DRESS FORMS — Mrs Armstron will make her Famous Dress Forms a (1 Dell street, front Jan. -tilt to (lyric THEATER TODAY American Press Association War Pictures Every Day The Master Key FOURTH EPISODE Warner comedy featuring Chas. Dc Forest, One on Charley Nestor comedy with Kddie Ly ons and Lee Moran. Pruniug the Movies * Auditorium Wednesday, Jan. 6 vpc GEO. EVANS I ■ tw HIMSELF IS COMING I n >«Hf* “HONEY BOY" : Don tlyliss ig&i «*„ Prices—$1.50, $100, 75c, 50c, 25c. I «"—-»■» .... | Cbe Cheaters ~ * RQTAL THEATER Francis X. Bushman, tiie matinee idol, is at the Royal today in a big two reel drama from Rssanay, "The Shanty at Trenbling Mill." It is an exceedingly unique drama and Bush man's personality makes it stand out clear and distinct as a real master piece of tiie motion picture maker’s art. \ Bushman special is always tiie call for a crowd, so attend tiie matinee showing if possible, as the night houses are sure to lie crowded Tiie Hearst-Selig Weekly is another big feature on this bill. See the great army camps in the field of the lOtiro peati war; see tiie thousands of horses being shipped from the United States to the armies of Kuripe; see the gigantic field bakery King George maintains for his troops in France and Belgium, as well as many other hig scenes. "The Champion Bear Hunter" is a Selig animal comedy. Selig ha.-, long excelled in animal dramas and now that lie is beginning to use the wild beasts in the comedy field patrons of the Royal may he assured of a real scream. Thursday we offer Marc MacDer mott in "A Premature Compromise.” NEW CENTRAL THEATER What Is considered one of the most remarkably realistic court room scenes that was ever placed in pic tures will be shown in the two reel feature that the New Central offers today, entitled. “Fate and the Fugi tive." It is the story where the law had to punish someone, only the fugi tive in question proved to he more of a man than those who were persecut ing him. This court room scene that l.uhin places in this picture is the most natural and best acted legal pre sentation that motion photography has included in its productions in weeks, and it wilt have special inter est for members of the local frater nity today. “Old Doc Yark and Santa Claus'’ is another series ol' funny car toons that come to life and do remark able things an dthe old and the young will enjoy the picture at the New Central today Sidney Drew is also on the program today, presenting i “Auntie’s Portrait.” All they wanted of Auntie was her money, but she got wise to it all and the Drew comedy , i immense in this feature. LYRIC THEATER Motion picture patrons who have come to regard the Lyric as the home : of the world's greatest silent drama and comedy productions have only to note our programs each day to con ' firm their Judgment. , Today we offer the fourth episode of 'The Master Key,” that greatest of all serial stories with Bob Leonard and Ella Hall leading. Master Key” days are always banner days at the Lyric, so the mere announcement to day wlil bring the picture fans In droves. ■Warper, with Charles DcForest, of fers a craekerjack comedy, "One on Charley," a remedy that is destined to tickle the whole world. Nestor also brightens up the pro gram with a comedy iu which Eddie Lyons and Lee Moran, two of screen dom's greatest fun makers, are fea tured. entitled ‘Pruning the Movies." In this comedy the Hickville censor board gets busy and the result of their work is all to the fun On Friday the Lyric offers the greatest motion picture program ever shown in Hot Springs, headed by the great seven reel Schubert special, "Tlu> Marked Woman," a story by Owen Davis, with Barbara Tennant in the leading role. The story is of the Boxer rebellion of 1900, and it is one of the most interesting dramas ever written or picturized. In connection with the Friday special will be a smashing two reel Keystone comedy. Von could not boat this program any where in the United States. auditorium: George Evans Tonight. With a company of minstrel favor ites embracing such players as Ar thur Rigby, Sam Ivee. John P. Rogers, Tommy Hyde, James Meeihuin, Wil liam ll. Thompson, -lint Doherty. El don Durand, Leroy ''Lasses' White. \\ ill Cawley, 'Master Paul Van Dyke and many others, George Evans will be seen at the Auditorium tonight, a new program of up-to-date minsuel sy in an all new scenic frame ami with an all new wardrobe embellish ment will be offered. Of course, the singing corps will otter new songs and the big orchestra of the company, under the skillful baton of Eddie O' pe.ro, will l>e found full and satisfy ing. These yearly productions of liiLIh class minstrelsy which “Honev Boy" Evans has so masterfully man aged to produce, have been fou id really excellent in character and en joyable to the lover of this time-hon ored amusement. The little minstrel .star himself la always (stertain-ing and the monologue mo ments with “'Honey Boy” are a sure tire ease of unrestrained laughter. This year he is particularly (happy with a big war map and a sort of geographical lecture upon the war /one. "The Calling of Dan Matthews." Harold Bell Wright, the, most popu. lar Amerlcau novelist, has, with the assistance of Fishery W. Reynolds, made into a play/ his most popular ■ work o' fiction. "The Calling of Ivan Matthews.” The play is said to have pi oven ns popular as the book, which George Evans, Original Honey Boy, Auditorium, Wednesday, January 6. holds a record of sales that nearly i reach two mill ion copies. The storj I is ol vital hit,'rest today, and has been developed into a play that grins and holds, a play that will linger in the memory for a long, long time Its characters ate ol the type we know and unde rstand. real fled-t and blood people who talk and act like human beings. "The ('ailing of Dan Matthews" will he the attraction at the Audito rium January 12. Messrs. (Jaskill and MaoVitty, the producers, have given the play a sumptuous mounting and an unusually excellent cast. “The Trail of the Lonesome Pine." liook readers will have a chance to see the fine production of Eugene Walter's dramatization of John Fox Jr.'s popular novel, "Tlhe Trail of the Lonesome Pine,” in which Eleanor Montell appears as June at the Au ditorium soon. ----- STAGE STAR WALKS INTO HOT SPRINGS RAYMOND HITCHCOCK EXEMPLI FIES THE OLD GAG OF “COUNT ING THE TIES." By H. W. Lanigan , Pi ess Represen‘a tive, Arlington and Eastman Hotels. Doubtless many an actor lias walked cut of Hot Springs, but it remained for Raymond Hitchcock, star of "Hie Beauty Shop" < on\| any. last night’s tit traction at the Auditorium, to reverse the usual order of things and walk into our fair metropolis. it appears that the train bearing Hitchcock and his colleagues it,to town yesterday morning, and contain ing on the rear end the four show coaches, two laden with thespi-ms and two containing the show's scenery, got stalled trying to make tlhe grade some two and one-half miles out. It hung in its tracks, likewise t.ie com pany's trucks, for half an hour or so, and finally quite a few tourists, upon, learning that the depot, was barely two miles distant, iiit out for town, the morning being ideal for hiking purposes. Hitchcock was the first pedestrian to hit tin trail. He was followed hy several members of his company and then by the dozen or more tourists. Everybody enjoyed the walk over tilie ties and all were in the city when the train finally reached the depot Hitchcock and the leading members of his company spent the day at the Arlington. There were eighteen show folks in the merry party and they had a high old time. The attenuated Ray mond, who has not played these parts In upwards of 2u years, got in a flop in the hot waters and briskly declared after dinner last evening that he's got the hunch that our baths are the best that can be had in the land. "I'm feeling good all over; in fact, my blood is tingling." declared Hitch cock. "Why don't those managers make Hot Springs a week stand in stead of a one-mighter? I would like nothing better than to lay around here awhile and take a full course of those hot baths.” --o WARNING ORDER. In the Garland Chancery Court. S. A. Hurrough, Plaintiff, against Susie ManU rry, wife of Isom Mar herry, deceased; Price Marherry. one married daughter of Isom Marherry, deceased (name unknown); one mar ried son of Isom Marherry, deceased (Christian name unknown); one mar ried son of lsotn Marherry. deceased. (Christian name unknown), and other heirs, if there lie any of Isom Mar berry. deceased, defendants. The defendants, Susie Marherry, Price Marherry, one married dauiilite of Isom Marherry, deceased (name unknown); one married sou of Isom Marherry, deceased (name unknown-, one married son of Isom Mai'iie ry deceased (Christian name nnkno.-. 111. und other heirs n there he ui . of j Isom Marberry, deceased, are warned to appear in this court within thirty days and answer the complaint of the plaintiff. S. A. Burrough. Given under my hand and seal of said court on this BOtli day of Decem ber. 1U14. A. G. SriXENBKUGKH, Clerk. By W. If. Moyston, Deputy. C. Floyd Huff, Attorney ad litem. -o DO YOU SEE CLEARLY? If not, come and have your eyes scientifically tested and glasses fitted better than elsewhere and at great deal less expense. Eyes tested free The reliable Optician, A. I’ BILI LOW, 2(vl Cedar St. Phone 1J04. 1-3-tf Dr A. L. Sneed lias returned after a two months absence and can lie found at his office in the Arkansas National Bank Building as usual. 18-27-tf. i - _ Report of the Condition of the Citizens National Bank At Hot Springs, in the State of Arkan sas. :i t (lie rinse of business, I ►< eenibel' 1914. RESOURCES. Loans ami discounts.$371,739.33 t.. S. bunds to secure circula te.n . 26,000.00 Bonds, securities, etc. (other than stocks i mi.537.31 Stuck In Federal Reserve Rank, $1.300.imi; all other Stocks, 42.11(10.00 3,r.00.mi Ranking house, furniture and fixture* ... ....... 11,500.00 Due from National Banks (riot reserve agents) 2.789 H Din from approved Reserve Agents in Central Cities 55,81545 Cheeks and "tin i i ash items 7,(!3fi.70 Notes of other National Banks . 2,350.Or i r " i nnai Caper Currency, Nickel - and Cents I 89 99 Lawful Money Re serve in Bank, viz: Specie $ 7.96" I'll Legal-tender notes 16,mi".tin 2Ou Keuemplton fund with !'. S. Treasurer (5 per cent of cir culation) . 1,250.00 Total . $789,297.90 LIABILITIES. Capital took paid In. . $100,000.0* I Surplus fund . 60,000.00 , Undivided profits, less ex penses and taxes paid 11.050.37 National bank notes outstand ing . 25,000.00 Individual deposits subject tn check $338,862.07 Demand certificates of deposit 35,669.51 Certified checks 116 On— 374,647.58 Notes and lulls rediscounted 28 600.00 Total. $589,297 95 State of Arkansas, County of Garland, ss. I, Claudi K. Marsh, cashier of the above named bank, do solemnly swear ili.it tin- above statement is true to the best iu mv knowledge and belief. CLAUDIO 10 MARSH. Cashier. Subscribed and sworn to before me this ■7th dav of January, 1915. U. FLOVli HUFF. Notary Publjc. My commission expires lid . 10, 1917. CuiT#ct—Attest: GUS STRAUSS, DAMP WILLIAMS, T. .T. ON MILL, Directors. Auditorium TUESDAY, JAN. 12 GASKILL &. MAC VITTY (Inc ) Present a dramatization of the most talked of American story, HAROLD BELL WRIGHT’S The Galling of Dan Matthews Dramatized by Mr. Wright and Elsbery W. Reynolds. Prices 25c. 50c, 75c, $1.00. Scat Sal" at Sclinwk'n CONDENSED STATEMENT of the condition of the Hot Sptings, Arkansas At the Close of Business on Dec. 31st, 1914. Commenced Business May 30th, 1907. r RESOURCES $007 ‘11 9 49 Scrip, Stocks and Bonds * Overdrafts Furniture and Fixtures “ ' Real Estate and Banking House “ ’ ^ Documentary Stamps 'w’m Cash ami Sight Exchange UOfiUM $595,278.83 LIABILITIES Capital Stock Surplus and Undivided Profits 50 000 69 Rediscounts -> ’ ,-(> op Dividends Unpaid 833 34 Reserved for Taxes 873,0453>7 Deposits . $595,278.83 OFFICERS M. J. HENDERSON, Pres. DAVE BURGAUER, Cashier W. G. MAURICE, Vice-Pros. H Y. C. COVINGTON, Asst. C« • • J. A. STALTjCUP, Vice-President and General Lounsei. DIRECTORS J. W. Angle, (;eo. A. Callahan, Dave Burgauer, J. Henderson, Geo. R. Belding, W. G. Maurice, Thos. A. Cockburn, F. C. Stearns, J. A. Stallcup. COMPARA T1VE STATE MEET DEPOSITS n , 01 1 nno $1 LI,942.68 December 31, 1908 •>iq-uo55 December 31, 1910 December 31, 1912 . £70 a 1**7 December 31, 1914 . .i,.l.»l...b. Report of the Condition of the Security Bank, Hot Springs Savings, Trust and Guaranty Company Of Hot Springs, Ark. At Hot Springs, in the Stale of Arkan sas, at the close of business, D- -- mht-r 31st, 1911 . „„ RESOURCES. Loans anti discounts Cash on hand. 4 Hue from banks ln\u,it. i.l Scrip, bonds and ulher securi- _ t*B . . ' 5 Real estate. .. Total ....... $8l2,377.*t; LIABILITIES. Capital stock. JlOO.OOO.ao Surplus . ...ttou.oo I'mlivitJeU profits less expenses and taxes paid l,; i'< Bills payable . i;", Deposits— Demand certificates of deposit $ 25,377 s7 Inti vioual deposits subject to check 220.'226.ok I tie bunks a n it Bankers ... 1,45".m Time certificates of deposit anti sav ing-, accounts 110,281 22 Cashier's checks outstanding . 1,721.80 t'ertlfled chicks .. . 27s -ei Dividends unpaid . l,SI5.5o - 391.132.Oi Total . $612,377 »« RECAPITULATION. Resources. Loans ami discounts $168."H 12 Cash, anil exchang- 156,83x83 Her ip, bonds and other securi ties . 15,571.55 Rt-.t i estate 12,153.28 Total . $812,:177.«6 Liabilities. Capital stock $100,000.00 Stiriilus and undivided profits 91,215.19 Bills payable 60,008 00 Deposits . 391.132 117 Total . . *6t 77.88 State ->f Arkansas, County of (larland, ss I, John B, Foote, cashier of the above named bank, do solemnly sw.-nr that the above statement is true to the best of my knowledge and belief JNO. B. FOOTK, Ca.sblei Subscribed and sworn to before me this 5th day of January. 1915. W. F. LAKE. Notary Public My commission expires Get. 22, 1918 Correct Attest. A. K. GOODWIN, * ED H JOHNSON, M C. TOMBLEK Directors. WARNING ORDER. In the Garland Chancery Court. A. U. Williams, Plaintiff, against W. E. Barrett, John C-. Morris, B. Hol land, Miles Graffenried and Robert Buck, defendant;'. The defendant, Miles Graffenried, is warned to appear 111 this court within thirty days and answer the complaint of the plaintiff, A. U. Wil liams. Given under my hand and seal of said court on this 17th day of Decem ber, 1914. A. G. Srivl/RN'BBRGRR, Clerk. J. S. McConnell, Esq., Attorney ad litem. -o Judge C. T. Cot ham -has resumed the practice of law and has secured the offices formerly occupied by At torney A. J. Murphy, located at 8i>i Central avenue, second floor of the old Citizens National bunk building, over Spencer s cigar store. Phone €»€. 1291 tf I Report ot the Condition of the Arkansas National Bank At lt"t Springs. In the State of Arkansas, at til,- rinse Ilf business, Dee .list, i'll RESOURCES. ■ Loans and Discounts $675 'S Overdrafts, secured and unse cured , 1 x'" ' I S Hands tn secure eirclilu "t iOII . , 2,1,111"! "I> III-Oils, securities. etc. (oilier than stocksi , IV'i-t "<• Stiu It in Federal ItcserVi Hank. |no on; all oth«*r storks, $756"" U..6.O0 Hu ok mg house, furniture and . IIXIIU'-S - *.•,!, L, Other real estate owned .6.16i.su Due from National Hunks i not reserve ugi nts $2*.871 6, Due from State and Private Banks and Hankers Trust Companies and Savings 2u.IM.98 Due from approved reserve agents In Central Reserve Cities ... 97,350. "C Due from Fed*-! ill Reserve 11 -ink, Dlsl. No. 8 li.9lMi.00 Checks and other Cash Items 13,335.75 Exchange In course Of colled tou 1.805 IMl Notes of other Na tional Hanks 8.75a 0(1 Fractional paper rut - rencv, nickels and cents 475.60 Lawful Money Re serve In bank, viz: Specie . 41,045 7o I.cgal-tend.r notes __',5"" "" Redempt ion f u n d with l* S Treas urer (5 per cent of circulation i 1,250.no— 256.768..6 Total ... $1,068,420.70 LIABILITIES. Capital stock paid in $100,000.08 Surplus fund . 240.000.00 1'ndtvlded profits, less ex penses and taxes paid 61,751 .3 !National Bank notes outstand ing 25,000 "0 Due to Trust Com* t"i riles and Sav ing. Banks $ '.’#<>2.41 Individual deposits I subject to cheek 478,71-'.53 Dema'id certificates of deposit 116,078.98 Certified checks 1,175,0b 028,668.91 Total $1,058,420 To State of Arkansas, County of flarland, ss: I. Cha*. N. Rlx. president of the above named bank, do solemnly swear that the above statement Ik true to the best of my knowledge and belief. CHAS N. JUX, President. Subscribed and sworn to before me this 5lh dav of January. 1915. \V F HAKE. Notary Public. My commission expires i let, 23, 1916. Correct—Attest E. F. KLEIN, DAVID LASER. HENRY EELI.HE1MER. Director*. RECAPITULATION. Resources. Loans and Discounts $677,155.08 I' S Ronds and Stocks 74,496 86 Cash and Exchange 256,768 76 Banking house . 50,000.06 Total ... $1.058,430.70 Liabilities. Capital stock paid in.$100,000.00 Surplus ami I'ntllvidcd Profits 301,751.79 National Bank uotes outstand ing . 060.66 IlepoMlts 6 18,668 9t Total. $1,058,420.70 NOTICE OF SALE. Will sell one blue mule to highest bidder at Williams' Wagon Yard, for lend bill, ten days from this dato. 12 P.0-101 .1. F. WILSON.