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CLASSIFIED COLUMNS
ONI CENT A WORS EACH INSERTION. POSITIVELY ALL CLASSIFIER AOS CASN
WANTED
WiAiNTKD—Sober, energetic young
men to read law. Fine opportunity
One lady given lessons free of charge.
Apply 227 Ouachita Ave. p-ti-pt
WANTED—Bit 1 . as
cook and general housewoik. have bc.-t
reference; city <>?• out of town 'I', t-’n
kawa, 1! 16 Whittington Av* Phone 10.:'
1-31-1w
WANTED A home as companion for
elderly lady or where them is not more
than two 1 can give he.-t of rciVretr's,
Martha Wyman. Magazin* ,\rk ll-_’H*tt'
FREE EMPLOYMENT Bl KEAt Help
and servants secured fm* you. skilled and
unskilled coeks. waiters mu id.-. « tt
I*hone ”79. Odessa Catering Co., I;»
Malvern Ave. 1-H-tf
WANTED—To luy -acks. fcatheis, rigs,
rubber, bottles, metals of all kind- cast
otf clothing shoes, et« Ark. Hide ind
i*u' Co., bus Ouachita. Telephone Obo.
1 -:*-tf
WANTED—Ahm cashier with $6uo to
ll.OtHJ to look after old established pay
lug business. Address B, care Hentiitcl
- Record. 1-17-tf
WANTKD —Tu buy second-hand roll-top
desk; must be cheap Phone r.t'Js.
WANTKU To exchange taunting and
1 taper hanging for horse or cnv. w got:
or buggy. Address S. \V„ this office.
1-i-lw
UNUSUAL OPPORTUNITY for party
will'd $1,500 or $2,000 cash; to partici
pate in profits of reliable, established
business opening office at liiriniug
ham. Alabama. Former experience
unnecessary, possibilities unlimited,
no risk; investigation courted, refer
ence required. Address P. O. Ilox
12B4, (Hot Springs, Ark. 2-4-tf
•NMMMtMIMN MMIMM
; WANT TO BUY X
9 *
9 Uog- and ttllc ot all
9 lligliest market pi a • paid 1- 9
9 Itossci man I.iv. st. -. k <'■ 9
9 Market St next to T* mi- • 9
9 Wagon Yard. #
fumimmiiii iniiiin*
• FURNITURE AND STOVES #
9 WANTED •
I i
• for 9
9 your l'urniUtr' it yop It ■ at. ! ©
9 9
9 & Metal 9
• 9
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I I YOUR CREDIT IS GOOD •
t i We Buy. Sell or Exchange New •
I i and Second Hand 9
I l FURNITURE 9
i I See us first ll 9
I 1 9
II J. R LOYD & SON 9
I I 2024 Third St. Phone 71 9
' MMMNtMl9999999999*»X
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9 JAS. T. JUDD •
• Buys and Sells 9
9 NEW AND SECOND HAND 9
9 FURNITURE 9
9 429 Park Ave. Phone 1739 S
999999999999999999999999C.9
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I I SECOND HAND FURNITURE 2
I I We buy and sell for cash and ■
i I can save you money either way. 9
I I Let us list your goods; we pay S
l i the most. 9
i i ERMEY & SONS Phone 338. S
9999999999999999999999999*
*99999999999999999999999
!We Buy. ell or Exchange New
and Second-hand Furniture.
Phone 2223.
WILSON FURNITURE CO.
423*425 Ouachita Ave.
S——idHimmi >999•
FOR RENT
IFOR RENT- -Niceh furnished room
in modern home; no other roomers;
prefer men or ladies employed. No. I
IHoily St. 2-6-tf
1>AI>'S ST,VIII K First class livery.
Special service for country salt-men
510 Garland Ave. Phone in:!;!.
2-li-l mo
FOR RENT- Finest furnished rooms in
the eitv; housekeeping ami sleeping
rooms, single or cnsulte; steam heat,
electric light, hath, hot and old water,
gas ft>r cooking; rates ver\ i •• isonable.
hoard if desired. 1137 Central Aw., two
blocks from Como Hotel. tf
FOR RKNT Elegant furnished .oii.ig. -_
123 and 429 Whittington. Apply 473
Whittington. Plume 534 ll-l-tf
FOR KENT Five and seven-room cot
tages. unfurnished; modern conveniences.
Phone 1161. 12-3-tf
FOR RENT.
1,500 acre stock farm, substantial im
provement#, consisting of one 5-r>»orn and
one 0-room house, laigo 3-story hay and
grain barn, large rattle barn, meat and
fowl houses: part in cultivation, balance
grazing lands A great opportunity for
stock man See owner. K E drmmi. <t
Arkansas National Rank. 1-15- 1m
FOR RENT -1. 2. 3 and 1 - room furnish
ed apartments, ll Carlton Termo* laun
dry Included; strictl> modern: also fur
nlshed modern apartments, at 217 Lau
rel St. Phone 155L 12-3-tf
j | FOR RENT ft
i \ Nicely furnished 5-room cottage: ft
( i bath, closet qas. electric liqht and ft
( i water facilities, capable of accom- ft
( i modatinq 2 small families: situat- ft
ii ed on car line. Fine large veran- ft
( da: nice front and back yards. In- ft
i i quire of
! | JOHN H. LEWIS
1 625 Central Ave. Phone 351 ft
Or of Mrs. Lewis. 670 Ouachita.
NICELY FURNISHED ft
ft COTTAGES •
ft Electric light g..~ • -kr sh-v- ft
ft and modern .mvenien> • JyMt 6
ft per month, $12 " and up I •
ft Rark avenue * .i ■ C'. * 1 ’ 1 ©
ft Inquire at No 14 let sti*et I* ft
ft ephoiie l«.•»:• Mi K Moore J
Mmtt
2 Clean Furnished Cottages—$ 15.00 «
ft per month up-—Near hath houses 6
ft Thos Doherty. 706 Malvern Ave. ft
m Phone 517.
FOR RENT

f*RI '1: HALL Model newl> t i
Dished housekeeping looms. Apniv :i_
Central. Phone or :»sj m V eager"
1 e-.:-.-1 f
i*<»K RFNT Modern Mimih furnished
apartment. 4M3 Orange. Phone lie:;
J-l-tf
I'or RKNT—Nicely furnished modem 3
or 1 room apartment with private bath:
no other room eta. 261 Cedar St. Phone
11,11 1 -21- tl
!• < di RKNT Nice furnished room, hot
and cold water and iirlvat»* batli. Apply
431 Prospect Ave. Telephone 15oa.
27-if
FH »H SAI a : parts leaving cits will , ;i
furniture cheap. Ils Reserw Ave Phone
2267. 1-6-lm
Ft»!: S VLB ',i hensepowet. 3-phas«
starting Wagner electric motor, il M.
Steele, phone 15. 11-27-tt
iHK PLAZA -Gdght houseke- ping apart
ments ami furnished rooms all rnoderr
enclosed sleeping porches, beautiful lo
cation, opposite l S. Superintendent's
residence. '•!" Reserve A\< Phone i*f»4.
Mrs. M. F. Green. lj-.’ii-tf
For RKNT - 5-rooni modern flat. _!_'U
Parker Ave. See P Levy. 33J Central
Ave. 1-7-tf
Lit JUT. airy housekeeping rooms. one
block from bath house; electric lights;
#1-50 up per week. 216 Court. x-2B-tr
NICELY furnished rooms, steam heat,
modern, roasnriabh . Mrs. U Shannon.
132 1-2 Central Ave 10-13-tf
• S< K 'I<’LEA N H< lESEKEKPlNtS roon >
•lose in, l*01' week; modern cnnvv
ni cnees. 156 East t.Srand Ave Phone
1247 6 -11
FOR KENT -6-rooni house, all modern
conveniences; desirable location; opp »
sitc Majestic Hotel Phono 230X or 1080.
12-2-tf
FOR RENT Furnished apartments 383
Frospet t Ave
FOR RENT Nicely furnished I oi 4
room flat with all modern conveniences,
in private family. 261 Cedar St. Phono
1104 i- 8-ti
FOR RENT Spit I 1 i ■1 t
room, private entiatiee. bath and tele
phone. verv desirable. Phone MX5.
12-2-tr
FOR RENT—NICELY FURNISHED
| COTTAGES AND APARTMENTS.
STRICTLY MODERN. Apply 207 Cedar
St. or phone 299.
[ FOR RENT Cottage at 153" Central
I i Phont 03 i' i1 Met t -11
! FOR RENT" Furnished cottages, In
i muii. 504 Hest-i \ c Ave Telephone 1235
' W., or 217. 1 -9-lni
___
j FOR RENT—411 tjuapaw Av« . an up-to
I'lPc modern 7-rmini cottage with china
closet, linen closet and storeroom Pimm
3329 or Inquire of Mrs, Joe Stone, I1i
[ Qua paw Ave. 1-1-tf
Ft >1: RENT 6-room turn it i cottagt
23a Court St., two blocks back of Ark.
Natl Hank IP* Central Ave Abe Lew.
I 2-ti-tt
Ft >R RENT Modi i, ;-room tfgalow
i c.tsonahle. E E Steigler, phone 15s.
1-26-tf
Poll KENT Ni< el\ furnished lion k- • | -
ing a|>artrnents. also elegantK furnished
rooms, in private h<»me 12.x Cedai St
Phone 1348. 1 16-t*
FOR SALE
Ft >R SALE Small team mil*-. in good
condition, $100 Apply Valley and Har
den Sis Tile S ,V S Co of Vine! Ira
2-3-tf
FOR SALE By tie owner, 1-room ho
t'l. central location long lease; steam
ami gas heat; n iiguin. leaving *itv.
\ddr*ss P O H» v II". II >t Springs Vrk.
Alsu !» moms on Central Ave.. cheap
rent. 1 K-im
F« »K SALE -Four mules ant one combi
nation house, weight 1'"") pounds Phone
1710. 10-30-1 f
LOOK LOOK
N i c fin if de l i *" -m**. $1 5" pci \s. • 1
i '■ »me and look them over ind «atl fj
you rs* It Yale Rooming House, 72" 1-2
Central Ave. 1-16-1 m
Ft Ml SALE New brick .mnrtnr'iit hous* ,
owner must sell- at bargain. or will
lease. Appl\ 217 Laurel, plum, 255)
1-2S-tf
FOR SALE -Or trade for Hot Springs
business property stoek and grain farm
of 326 acres in Wilson county. Kansas,
eigh' milt - ft >tn ■ inty neat: 140 acrw
cultivation, 35 acres alfalfa. balance
meadow and pasture 2'* aerrs timber;
fair Improvements: price $5" per no.
Write J L. Donley, owner Fredonla,
Kansas 1-28-lm
Ft >K SALE ' 'll*- ip, f(u •
r >nni rooming house completely fur
nished. Albert Jerome. 6I>1 Ouachita
Ave. 1-5-lm
FOR SALE
Two sections of fine -lock farm lands
in Clark enmity. 2(» miles fmm Arkadel
nhia and 7 miles fmm railroad Pari
improved. Cheap. Apply to owi ci E
17 (2room, at Arkansas National Hank
1-15-lm
A for sale *
o •
A Valuable property on Central A
{avenue. Hot Sprinqs. Arkansas. A
This property consists of a block A
of four lots, comprising an area of A
A 91 feet front and 175 feet deep It A
A is situated between the Kentucky A
Sand New York Clubs, nearly op- A
poslte the Arlington Hotel. Splen- A
A did location for modern fire proof A
A hotel, so much needed in Hot A
A Springs: or for an office or com- A
A mercial building. Sale on easy A
{terms, or will lease property on A
long term. For particulars, in- A
quire Room 208. Arkansas Nation A
A al Bank Bulldlnq. l-.l-lm A
iMiiiMMimfi iiiitin?
S ! I )IJ SAI A'. Mmlpt i ••••111 A
A iin -h- it--.I h"t * i mm in died A
A H11' -- furnishings uml i- d rstst.- A
A 'll g«"s I'm <v"-' l.ot iso *■- 1 A
A t*‘i t front. find L'* feet loop. r; .,>-1 A
A lo< at! >o H -t»d P now und* A
Sgua r .-mined 1 • > - • fur t w • \ ■ at - A
A
Sant. ,d i.\ nertgagt m oth--r pro, A
« rt\ V guai «iuvrstmeni -»f A
A nor -out, - I. fiom -■ t ■ ulily A
A lift, iso,i valuation ..f tin- prop- A
A oit> Apph W T. Hawkins A
A <> J'• 1-. (Vntral A Venn- if A
A 9
A FOR SALE—7-room house with A
A bath—modern—large rooms; would A
A make an ideal home. Worth A
A $1,500. Owner will sell for $2,800. A
I A 756 Pleasant St. Phone 547.
A fur new M-r..om strictly iypwWh
A bungalow, close in. lu-wh furnish- A
A od throughout, imtnged f1v* A
A ro >nis .- in »• » li !><• rented sep.i
A ratrlv from P . •usnkcetiing
A ii nts tub md nh»w>i ’oth. <'v
A *i- T""m -■>,nipped with hot and
A «• • >!d i ming whom steam beat
A automatic \< ntilut I ng *tr!r
A lights, and larg« clothe* clonet.-,;
A in null . it-, Inndli- Inquire
0k : • l i PifiPldi i Vo I 1 I f
FOR SALE
HjR SAI K Horse, weight about
l,0oo pounds; sound and gentle and
iu pood condition. If taken at once
i $50. H. Humphreys. Telephone
!?>507F12 2-6-1w
FURNISHED U'ARTMENI I ‘res
pect Ave. 12-15-tf
1 '< >R SALE ('heap, tw |] d<
Merkel motorcycle. with Bosch magneto,
St hebjer earhui etors. Kelli.-,. clutch;
good tires and chain drive. Will Borman,
226 West Grand. 1-21-tt
FOR RENT Nicely furnished room Ap
ply to Woodcock Apartment No, i. 222
Olive St. Telephone IBM i-7 tt
Ft Ut SALK -Kumiture m ten room hole,
ready for roomers, l-j block of bath
bouse and ear line fall at ills u.Mrkct
St Phone 2247 11 -1 r»-1f
KOK SALK f in ap. 7-pas>< ngcr \Vmt *n
‘ in good running ordei fall jn::7
12-22-tr
F< *L SALK 40-room hotel. steam heal;
>ear-i<>und business: best hotel pr«'p.»si-'
tion in city . good reason tor selling Box
12, C i ty.
F< di TR \ I ‘l; R'0-4 r< fan
team; 12 miles west, will trade- for st.uk
<>f merchandise. Telephone I2t»2. 1-2-lw
Ft >R S \t,E CHEAP \ : ln< •
horse. harness and buggy; hot- ' perfect
ly genth and a good driver. Photic riTiti.
2-2-1w
I''UK LKASK 1" - room low brick apart
ment house; reasonnbn rent t• > i reliabh
party Owner, 217 Laurel St 1-26-tt
FOR SALK—2-room hous» and furniture.
1 1-2 acres «>f land, 2 cows h<*i-( and
buggy. 7f> chickens. go.».| wll «»f wafer,
new stable and outbuildings, 2-1 mile
from street car. Address \V F? . this of
fice. 1-27-tf
LOST AND FOUND
LuST White- female Fox Terrier, stub
tail; wore collar and tag Rhone MS.'. «.i
return to 1130 Central Ave. Reward
1-30-tf
MISCELLANEOUS
EGYPTIAN PALM 1ST auDYMI
VURiDAY This wonderful Egyptian
challenges any palmist in the world to
compete with her: she does not tel.
things to please a person, but reads
the, hand just as it indicates from tilt
cradle to the grave: tells every per
son the planet they were born under
their lucky and unlucky planets and
what steps in life to take to hette
themselves, what part of the < ountr>
is best for them. Also explains things
which have always been a mystery:
what business you are best adopted
for: when and whom you will marry:
settles and explains love affairs and
family troubles; reunites tibp seiar
ated, etc. Why not the best? It
costs no more. Located in parlor ten*
at end of Park Ave car line.
2-ti-:!t
FuR all kinds of cabinet work «nd fur
niture repair, screening ami job carpen
tering. see Barnhart, lftfi Kitk Si Rhom
568 8-2-tf
BEAT TII i !. new roods arriving daily at
Mis. C Higgins Art Store, Rentin'
Ave -1 7 -1 f
LEE MAYBERRY *
X LIVERY AND TRANSFER
9 *
• ( ' l i L. t ill : t 1 : A • ■: • d p ’ IIIJ•l 1 V *
• Rh-'im :t.v <r
# Stables. 812 Pleasant A
m Arlington Hack Stand. t*
A Rhone 1916.
uniniiiiMtHiiiniiiiti
* — - .. . . -
LEGAL NOTICES
NOTICE TO CREDITORS.
N"ticc is hen b\ given to all p» rsuii
having claims against th«- .Mcl unough -
limits Company. art hereby warned i*
file tin- same, duly authenticated, with
the undersigned within ninety days fron
lids dale, or they will be barred fn>m th*
• lYstribution of the assets of said com
pany.
Given under mv hand on this JJd da>
of October, 1914.
A G. StLLKNBFRGKR.
11-11 *90(1 Receiver
COLLECTOR'S NOTICE.
All license for vehicles. public nut. •
pool tables, restaurants peddlers, hurk
Mers. and -log tax. and all other piivi
leges operating under . 11\ licens. a«*
id»\\ due to the citv and if not paid with
in the next few davs ,»1 the clerks or
fiee, I will have to > nil on the chief of
police to help me colled same.
G R. VAN Fb'KLF.
Ritv Rollectoi
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
Notice is hereby giveh that letters of
administration on the estate of John
McKay, deceased, were issued to the un
dersigned by the clerk of the probat*
court of Garland county, hi the state of
Vrkaiisas. on the l.'lth day of Januaiy.
A I). 191.", All persons having claim*
igainsf said estate are therefore herein
notified to exhibit the same t«> the un
dersigned. properly authenticated wltbir
six months after the date of si eh let
ters of admlnistration. mi they max 1> '
precluded from anv benefit In said estate.
And if such claims be not exhibited a
iforenaid. w ithin one yea? aft.-i tin- d 11«
of such letters, they will be forevci
i»aried and precluded from any benefit
from said estate
Given this 13th dav of January, A I ’
191T. I>. S RARNES.
Administrator of the Estate of John Mc
Kay. Decease*!
WARNING ORDER.
Refore II Hinton. Justice of the lVa
in Hot springs township, Garland coun
ty, Arkansas
\V. I V Wilson. Plaint if *V vs E. G.
Minor. Defendant; E F Asbahr Gar
nishee; Arkansas National Rank. Garni
shee.
ORDER
The defendant. E, C. Minor, is warned
to appear in this court within thirty days
Justice of the Pent
\V. G. Bottle, Attorney ad El tern.
NOTICE OF ANNEAL MEETING.
Notice is herd) given that the annual
meeting of the stockholders of the Gam
den Goal and Glax Gomp.my will be held
at the office of Dr. A. S Garnett. Ilot
Springs. Arkansas, on Monday. March I
191".. between the bouts "f 1 and * p.m
f* • - the purpose o1 electing the NMfd l
directors for the ensuing ve.ir and for the
transaction of such othc business us may
lawfully come before the meeting
R R BANCROFT
1-31 -1m Secretary and Treasure!
COMMISSIONER'S SALE
Notice is hereby given that in pursu
ance of the authority and directions con
tained In the dei retal ot art of the chan
cery court --r Garland county, made and
entered <>n the 7th day of January, A !>
11* 1T*. in a certain cause iN" .*(•'.'» then
pending therein between K I Poihamlu-.
executor, complainam. and Morgan Prck
ett and Sarah Puckett, defendants th«
undersigned as commissioner of sai l
court, will offer for sale at public ven
due to the highest bidder at the front
door m cut imnee of the count \ >ou»t
house In which *aid e.airt Is ln‘ld, In the
county of Garland, within the hours pre.
LEGAL NOTICES
scribed !»y law for judicial sales, on
Tuesday, the tuh da\ of February A I*
191f», lh»» following described real cm it,
to-wit Part of lot one. <1 ». block four
<4». of the Moon and Patterson Wood
land subdivision of the northeast quar
ter of tin* southwest quartei and in
northwest quarter of the southeast quat
ter, and part of the east half of tin
southeast quarter, section ■ ix <6) l"wi
ship thre- (3>. south. range nirut..
tint west, and deseiihed n dll ws in
ginning at tin southwest co, n< i of I,a
oni• di in block four <4». nmr.lno then.-,
east one hundred and ft\«• • f* • t.
thence north two hundred ten t«*t.
thence west one hunched and iw> * 1 **«»»
feet, thciict south two himdred and tin
.Jin. fr«q to the plait- of beginning, in
Garland fount} Arkansa
Tt-i ms of Sal- On a credit of thl'ie
months, tin purchaser *»• ing ti quh- d t *
execute a bond as tequlred b\ law d
the order and dveriv of said court
said cause with; approved si init\ heal
ing interest at the rate of ten t"': e.-ni
per annum from dale of sale until pat-1,
and a lien being retained on the prom
ises wold to secure the payment of the
purchase money.
Given under my hand this ltltli da> of
.January. A. L> in in.
A G. SI IJ.KNI’.KKGKK.
(’ommissloner in Chanm r>
COMMISSIONER S SALE.
Notice is heieby given that in pursu
ance of the authority and directions con
tained in the decretal order of the chan
cery court of Garland county, made and
entered on the ::l>t dav of January. \ 1'
1915, In a certain cause (No. 55On i then
pending therein between Alice MeCJuigan.
< ornpl.i inant, and John Hug. defendant,
the undersigned as commissioner oi said
court will offer for sale at puhlie yen
due to the highest bidder, at the ft "id
door or entrance of the counts court
house, in which -aid court is lie id. m tin
county of Garland within the hours pre
scribt d by law for judicial sales. on
Tuesday, the Ifith day of Febtuary, A
D 1915. tlie following described teal es
tate, to-wit \ part of the S. B. l-t of
the S \\ l-t of se lion eighteen (In*.
township three t.D, south, range eight
een (1S> west described as follows:
Commence at the N. K corner of a eiu
tain pare I of land, known as the Jo. kev
Club's Stable Grounds and run Inutile s.
paraili l with rail!oad i i1" t • t, tm ttci in
a S. \\ direction 53 feet to a point on
the N line of the county road 140 feet,
to the southeast coiner of the Jockey
Club’s Stable Grounds: thence westerly
along the N. line of the county road 440
feet to tile southeast corner of the
Jockev Slab's Stable Grounds; thence 223
feet in N. direction to the place of begin
ning, being two acres, more oi lesa And
the N w 1-4 of the 3. \V. 1-4; the
S K. 1-4 of tile S. \V. 1-4 and the S. W.
i-4 of the s w ii all In section 21
township 3-S. K. is W of the fifth Prin
cipal meridian in Arkansas And also 2
No. fi" cotton gins 1 double box press
with No steam packer, 1 saw carrtag
I No. Isaw. 1 4"-hoi sep.iw. r holler;
1 35-horsepower engine, 1 corn mill, in
Garland county. Arkansas.
Terms of Sale -On a credit of three
months, the purchaser l*ctng re«iuiie<| to
execute a bond as reauirea by law and
the order and decree of said court in said
« .inwit n nppro\ ed set urity be tilag
interest at the rate of eight p* i cent per
annum from date of sale until paid, aud
a lien being retained on the ptemises
sold to secure the payment of the pur
chase money.
Given undo my hand this 2:51cl dav <»f
January. A I) 1915.
A G HFLLBNHKItGKU.
Commissioner in Chancery.
COMMISSIONER S SALE.
Notice is hereby given that in pursu
ance -»f the authority’ and directions con
tained In the decretal order of the chan
ce rv .-.curt of Garland county made and
enfetei! cm the 14th clay of Januat- V
U. 1:»15. in a certain cause (No v i »
then pending tlutein between I.t<\ Wil
liam:- and A r. Williams, comnlun ml .
a lift linse Wood Hayes, 4lefenda.nl. the
ui)dei signed as commlsalotp r of said
.court, will offer tor sale at puhlie ven
due to the high cat bidder, at tin flout
jdoor nr entrance of the c ount v court -
I house, in which said court is held, in the
count', of Garland, within tile hours
prescribed by law for judicial sales, mi
Tuesday, the ifith day of February. A I >.
wing described real cstgt«
t" wit All that part of lot Hire, ;>
and lot four (41 in block sixty-one (fill
In tin- ity of Hot Springs as pet tin
Inited States Hot Springs Commission
ers’ map and plat of said city, to-wit:
Commence at a point on the south line of
I let three (3i and north line of Grove
street one hundred and ten HUM feet
east from Malvern avenue, being the
southeast corner of Florenta F.rhart s lot
as per her deed, recorded in hook 49. ,it
page 111 of the Deed Records of Garland
.count v. Arkansas, and run thence north
with th* east line of said Rrhart’s lot l«*
tin northeast cornet thereof i* pei said
ih-ed. them «* w< t along t)n> north line
of said Rrhart’s l<»t as per said deed to
Malvi'n avenue theme moth along th*
can line of Malvern avenue ami we-t
j line of said lot four (4) eighty-three <k:>i
’••I more or less to a point thirtv and
«m« - half (9,0 1 - 2> feet south from tin
m-rthvvest corner of said lot four Hi.
thence east parallel with the north 1 in
of said lot four r 4 • one humlrcd ami ten
110) : et more < less to the west line
of Vince * lag s lot as per his «hvd re
corded in said recorder's office In Rook
15, at jwige 212 thereof; thence along west
in. of said Vine*- Gage s lot as per said
de*-il • . the south lino of said lot three
• 'ii and orth line of Grove street; them*
w • • along • a Id la t n imed line t <• plat*
<»f beginning, in Garland county. Arkan
sas
Terms of Sale—On a credit of three
months, the purchase r bring repaired t"
• \4‘4-tite a bond as reouired V»v law and
tin oid*a and decree of slid court in satd
< tuts-*, with approved seem ity. hearing in
| f4*rest at tin* rate "t eight pet rent per
tin an from ilate "f sale until paid. and
lien being retained on the premises
■ •.(I to secure the payment "f the pur
• b 'se tnoney.
divi'ti uncier mi hand this JIUI div of
la nutty. A. D 1915
A G SI'hhKNHKK'iKt:.
Commissioner in Clianeety
COMMISSIONER'S SALE.
Notice is hereby given that In pursu
ant* of the auihorltv ami directions con
tained In the decretal ordei of the chan
verv court "f Garland county, made and
entered on the 12th da> of November .\.
D 1914 in a certain cause (No. .»TVS i
then pending therein between Jeff L.
Fletcher and J M Richards, trustee,
complainants, and Patrick J Waldron,
defendant, the undersigned as commis
sioner of said court will offer for sale
.tt public vendue to tit highest bidder,
it the front door or entrance of the eoun
i\ courthouse, in which said emut Is
held in the county of Garland, within
the hours prescribed l>\ law for Judh tal
sales, on Tmsd.iv t>i«• 9th day of Feb
ruary A D 1918, the following de I
cd real estate, to-wit All of lot nine
(M», in block twelve <l->, of South Hot
Snrhigs Addition to tin* city of Hot
Sniingx. A'-kansas. being situated in the
city of Hot Springs. In the county of
Garland, and in the state of Arkansas.
Terms Sole On a credit of three
months the purchaser being required *«•
execute a bond as required by law and
tin* order and decree of said court In
‘■aid cause, with approved security bear
ing interest .it the rate m ten per ce”t
per annum from date of sale until paid,
and :i lien being retained on the prem
ise? sold t«» secure the payment of the
purchase money.
Given under vnv band this IHth da\ of
January, A D 1915.
A G srLLENRGROER.
Commissioner in Chancery.
DEMOCRATIC CITY TICKET.
For Mayor Harry A Jones
For Police Judge- -Vernal S. Ledge) -
wood
For Treasure)' - W H Watson.
Alderman, First Ward -Robt. Klttle
berger.
Alderman. Sn-imd Ward- Sain William
son.
Alderman. Third Ward- W W Little.
Alderman. Fourth Ward D. J. Dodd.
Alderman Fifth Ward -Dave Hurguuer.
Able! man Sixth Ward W. A. Davis.
t-.-- ^"a
ANNOUNCEMENTS
FOR MAYOR
Th< Senthu-t-Heconl is Huthorlc.'il to
snnoinue l>r. .1 \Y Mil'tendon as a can
didate for mayor of Hot SnrlnKs aub
i.Tt to tin votes of the people. In the
Kenenil election of April
LEO N. LEVI HOSPITAL BENEFIT.
For the I.Inert Fund at New Cen
tral Theater, Saturday, February ti.
■Buy your tickets from the ladles who
will solicit your patronaito for lliis
most worthy cause. 2-1-at
“Gold that buys health is neOer misspent."
DRINK -
Potash Sulphur Water
Potasul
Aids Digestion, Assists Metabolism,
Regulates Elmination
Rccornttiended and prescribed by all physicians. Bot
tled and sealed at the Spring. “All bottles sterilized. ”
POTASH SULPHUR SPRINGS
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TELEPHONE 2101. 119 COURT STREET, U. S. HOT SPRINGS, ARK.
r. . . :: ' '
Arkansas National Bank
OF HOT SPRINGS. ARK.
Member Federal Reserve Bank
Capital.$100,000.00
Surplus and Profits $295,000.00
CHAS. N. RIX, President
E. F. KLEIN Vice President.
F. C. STEARNS. Vice
T. D. McCALLUM. Asst Cash.
S. P. COLLINGS, Director.
HENRY FELLHEIMER,
Director.
A Roll of Honor Bank,
Does a full banking business
Cashes drafts and cheeks for
visitors. Draw our own
drafts on all parts of Kitrope.
Sell Traveler’s Money Orders,
payable in all foreign countries
and United States by banks,
hotels or merchant •
M -
Pianos, Organa, Talking Machines, ■
Musical Merchandise, Typewriters J
and sowing Machines for sale st I
rant on Easy Terms. Tuning si's ■
Repairing a Specialty.
D. C. Richards Piano Co. §
I Phone 1S4. 72t Central Ay*
Chiropractic Adjustment
THE WAY TO GET WELL
Chiropractic It do- ,
lined by Webster as Y
•A system of adjust- /
Iny the joints, espe- y
dally of the spine
for the curing of
DISEASE."
This science ae
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 a|| w|th- A
jut charge.
I. A. WILLIAMS
chiropractor
Moved to
70* 1-2 CENTRAL AVE.
PHONE 1118.
REPAIR AND CABINET WORK.
L. E. King, the deaf man, formerly
with II. Shank, has opened a shop at
215 Park Avenue. I'pholsterinfr. Re
pairing and Furniture Made Over. Sat
isfaction guaranteed.
Phone 1255.
J E. SLACK
Locating Engineer and Timber
Estimator.
Will locate government land for
homesteads. With Wootten & Rec
tor. corner Valley ami Malvern ave
nue, Ilot Springs, Ark.
r,"’l,,w.... «
Wooten & Rector Inc.
Insurance and Real Estate
Extend a cordial invitation to their friends and patrons to visit
them in their new offices,
623 Central Avenue
I BUILDING FORMERLY OCCUPIED BY ARKANSAS TRUST CO.
Our facilities for writing every form of insurance and negotiating
Real Estate Transactions are unsurpassed.
*
Good Ventilation, Every Convenience
ROBT. R. McROBERTS _ r-,
boulnern Bowling Alleys
No. ii'dj Valley street, two
doors north of Great North
ern Hotel. Four regulation
Alleys, Hilliard-', Pistol
naritrr, Cigars and Soft
Pranks.
A Proper Place for Ladies fly
and Gentlemen. fL
There is no imloor yame "■ ■—■■■ * r™1'111
that equals bowling lor health, exercise, recreation.
SICK MAN
i ;
DON'T Leave Hot Springs Until You Investigate I
LOPEZ
No Medicine Has Such Proofs of its Marvelous
CURES. Be Convinced.
LOPEZ REMEDY COMPANY
Send or Call for our FRKK BfX>KDKT on Blood,
i Skin a.id Private Diseases.
801 CENTRAL AVE.
.. ... 11 ——. a
The only Genuine Keeley Institute In nnMMi
r For LIQUOR j
and DRUG USING.
Our patient* have th* advantage #f tka
Hot Spring* bath*. Correepondana* a an- i
ridantlal. m m
venue INVESTIGATION SOLICITED.
AI * Telephone 22*.
DR. J. C. WHITACRE. MANAQER.
TODAY
TOMORROW
Don’t Say Today
'that tomorrow you will take out a
fire insurance policy; tonight a fire
may come, and tomorrow your house
will have gone up in smoke. Don't
be unprotected against the fire fiend
another hour, hut ab soon as you have
read this advertisement come to o tr
office and we will write you out a
policy.
IKE KEMPNER
GENERAL INSURANCE
907 Central Ave. Telephone 296
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25 lbs. GRANULATED SUGAR $1.50
W. M. RAWSON Grocer. I
Corn. 12 cans .V. 90c
Tomatoes. 12 cans ..1. 90c
Irish Potatoes, per bushel ... 90c
Eggs, per dozen ..... 30c
205 West Grand Avs. Phene 1307.

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