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ONE CENT A WOR» EACH INSERTION. POSITIVELY ALL CLASSIFIER ACS CASH WANTED WANTED—-First class dressmaking of all kinds. Gentlemen’s shirts and si k vests « specialty. Fall at Hit) Frest (St., the first street above Majestic Hotel. on Park Ave., or phone 1111. 5-13-1 w WM/I, TRADE improved land for a hotel. Dan, this office. 5-9-1 w \\ A NT I -1 > 'In mm t ' • t ' . : tel OT apartment house. unfurnished. must b« good location. Address II. \V . cum* N• \s National Hotel. 4-11-tf WANTED—Work of any kind by German witli wife and seven children. Address E. C.. 315 Denton St. 3-24-tf WANTED Bv the Associated (Charities, clothes for men, women and children. If you have any that vou want to give, either send them to the office at the court house, or telephone us. No. 2120. arid w* will gladly call for them. tf WANTED—To buy rags, feather beds, rubber, copper, brass and feed sacks;! we will pay highest prices. Southern Iron and Metal Co., 024 Ouachita Ave Phone 16Ci>. 2-23-tf! I WANT to clean your CARPETS an l ItllUH. Telephone 347 and wagon will call Chat. Hotchkiss. Mgr. 2-10-tf1 FURNITURE AND STOVES WANTED We will pay the highest prices for your Furniture If you have any tor ■sale. Phone 16t;:e Southern Iron & Metal Co, ti24 Ouachita Ave. _n-_i:tf_ WANT TO BUY Hogs and cattle of all classes. Highest market price paid. K. Boxserrnnn Jdve Stock <’o.. 3-9 Market St., next to T» rmesaee Wagon Yard. FOR RENT FOR FvrJ^’' "'urnished or unfurnish <>(1 apartntenP, 33:5 Prospect Ave. 5-13-1m .FOR RENT fi-room, 2-story bunga low cottage. Phone 485. 53 5-1 w FOR RENT ICottage at 299 Cedar St., newly painted and papered; receiption hall, 5 large rooms, pantry and bat.i room; gas, electric light, water and large yard, 80x125 ft,; cheap rent Phone 1143. 5-8-tf GOOD CLEAN HOUSEKEEPING room* close in, $1 per week; modern conve niences. 155 East Grand Ave. Phone 1247. lu-6-tf FOR RENT light housekeeping rooms, 2 rooms to apartment. I;: and $4 per ween; everything furnished. 235 Cedar Fa. 4-24-tf "■FOR-RENT- Two nicely furnished rooms witli private bath. Fordyce Apartments, phone 1095. 4-24-tf Full RENT N. \vlv furnished housekeep ing rooms, all meslern; gas. lights and water furnished; Jll per month 338 Garden .“ft 4-20-lm BOARD AND ROOM In private family CII5 Ouachita. Phone 2145 3 - 25 - * f the i'i,\y. \ -i.gtif ...in* apart ments and furnished r. oms -all modern, enelosed sleeping pm Ins; l.eautiful |v cation, opposite 1’ S Superintendent’s residence, ft 10 Reserve Ave. Plume #54 Mrs. M. F. Green lj-'.’f-tf TItEROR HAM., modern. newU furnish ed apartments. Apply 312 Central Ave. Phone 20 or 982. M Yager 4-1-tf FOR RENT—Elegant furnished cottage! 423 and 429 Whittington. Apply 4'. 3 Whittington Phone 534 ll-l-tf PASTURE for horses to rent. 10c per day, $2 per month; no barb wire, pool water. T. S. Ciaren, New Park, Oakti&wn. Phone 1007. 4-27-lm FOR RENT—A 4-room apartment with hath, electric lights, gas and every mod ern convenience One of the best fur nished apartments in Hot Springs, Will rent reasonable to desirable tenant Over Oarage. 74fi Park Ave. 3-lG-tf FOR RENT -Two and tlirre room apartments for light housekeeping, gas, water and electric lights. 235 Cedar street. 4-23-1 mo. FOR RENT—Nice front rooms, rea on able; close In. near new high school 110 and 112 School St. 2-7-tf EIGHT, nlry housekeeping rooms, one block from bath house; electric lights, 81.50 up per week. 21B Court. 8-29-tf FOR RENT—There are now vacancies at the Sigler apart ments. 4-11-tf FOR RENT—NICELY FURNISHED COTTAGES AND APARTMENTS. STRICTLY MODERN. APPLY 201 Cedar St. or phore 299. 1-1 -tf NICELY furnished rooms, steam hisnt, modern, reasonable. Mrs B Shannon, 132 1-2 Central Ave. 10-13-ti FOR RENT—Nice new front room, newly furnished, very abaitnactive; with private family; two blocks from Oomo Hotel. 21G Parker Ave. 4-29-tf FOR WENT—Six-room furnished cot tage, 230 Court St., two blocks In rear of Arkansas National bank. Albe Levy, 41U Central Ave. 5-5-tf < FOR RENT i Nicely furnlr.hed 5-room cottage: bath, closet, gas. electric light and water facilities, capable of accom modating 2 small families; situat ed on car line. Fin# large veran da. nice front and back yards. In quire of JOHN H. LEWIS 625 Central Ave. Phont 351 Or of Mrs. Lewis, 670 Ouachita. FOR RIONT—Clean furnished four room cottage, modern conveniences, close In. $15 per month. Fh<|ne 1217. 6-U-Jt FOR RENT FOR 11 k \ 'l —Cheap, fut ied brick flat, 7:55 Qtiapaw Ave. Phone 122. 5- 9-lw FOR RENT—One 14-room flat, over Lockett's store, opposite Como hotel; this f at has five rooms furnished with new furniture, which can be hougnt ai 50 cents on the dollar; the house is in good repaid. Phone 2209 or 1002. Mrs. AV. W. Gentry. 5-9-tf FLAT FOR RENT—Furnished—for summer months, or permanently; the most modern and lxst equipped in the city. Five rooms, sleeping porch, and 'hath; centrally located. Refer ences exchanged. Apply ' S.,” this office. 5-9-tf FVHR rent i; ingalow and 8 ro< m house, near court house. All modern conveniences. Phone iu62 and 2209. 6- ll-3t FOR SALE (FOR SALE—At a sacrifice, one good paid of medium size mules, s years old; four excellent Jersey milk cows and (i calves. Hiram Whittington, •phone i!55. 5-12-tf FOR SAIJC While gas is on, Dena tured alcohol, 2oc per quart. Crock ett's Drug Co., Court House corner. 5-12-1 w FOR SALE Good business, cheap rent, located on Central Ave, suitabe for party who is here for treatment, $50. Hoorn 2, 70S 1-2 Central Ave. 5-11 -21 For Saie Small soda fountain. Phone C57. 5-0-1 tn tjjOfR SALE if taken at once, 200 cords of wood at it e a cord. S miles from end of Park avenue. Mountain Valley road. Telephone 9517. 5-11 -it Ft tie SALE Best 15 room i u nlshed tltoarding house in town. 315 Park Ave. 4-11-1 w FOR SALK—Two fine fresh Jersey cows. I). A. Tracy, Tel. -120, or W. I,. Cain, (182 Majestic Hotel 5-U-tf TRADE- l have gool land, wt 11 1m iproved, near first class market, to trade for city iproperty. W. A. U.. this office. 5-9-lw FOR SALE—SotHtid, gentle horse, and storm buggy, $125. Phone 1320. 5-2-tf FOR 9MSB — BARGAIN -- Slxty-aero farm. 4 miies from the city; good road; well improved and under hog wire fence; 2 dwelling houses and 2 barns. Can l>e bought at a bargain withitw the next ten days. For fur ther iparticulars see \Y. H. Wamseur, Jr.. 613 Central Ave. 5-2-tf FOR SAIiK—'Household furniture, 16 Henderson Ave., Oaklawn. Telephone 1643. 5-2-tf AUTO FOR SAI.K -Overland. 1915 mouel, good as new. Will sell cheap. See Charles Disheroon at Arkansas National Bank. 4-30-lf FOR SAUK’ simp handmade, cut-un der boggy, good us new; rubber tire. Phone 2351. 4-28-tif FOR sai.Iv t-p:i jenger automobile, good condition, $165. Plione 94. 4-28-t.f FOR SALE At a bargain, horse, new harness and surrey, all in good condition. Phone 1827. 4-21-tf FOR SALK Fruit, cigar and nows stand, sleeping room attached, YV M . this office. 4-20-ti I’OR SALK Furniture and lease 20-room hot* 1. close in. A-l location, doing good business Phone 1000. 4-il-tf FOR SALE -New bi lek apartment house, owner must s-1! —at bargain. or will lease. Apply 217 Luuiel. phone 1551 . ! Mf FOR SALE—Good serviceable horse, harness and buggy. All for $75.. Buggy rubber tired,, in fair condition. Inquire Sen tinel-Record office or phone 1717. 5-11 -tf FOR SALE Valuable property on Central avenue, Hot Springs, Arkansas. This property consists of a block of four lots, comprising an area of 91 feet front and 175 feet deep. It is situated between the Kentucky and New York Clubs, nearly op posite the Arlington Hotel. Splen did location for modern fire-proof hotel, so much needed In Hot Springs; or for an office or com mercial building. Sale on easy terms, or will lease property on long term. For particulars, In quire Room 208, Arkansas Nation al Bank Building. 3-if - if MISCELLANEOUS DAD'S STAPLE First class livery. Spe cial service for country salesmen. f» 1 *» Carlnnd Ave. Phone 1033. 6-3-tf JUDGE C. T COTHAM I tins resumed the practice of law and has e< ured the offices formally occupied by Attorney A. .1 Murphy, located «t H‘>1 Central avenue, second floor of the old Citizens National Lank building, over Hpencfr's tigni store Phone 646 12-31-tf DON'T FAIL TO VISIT THE OAKLAWN MINERAL WELL Two blocks woxr of Oaklawu ltsce 'brack TbH water Is noted for it'* cures of Liver, Kldnes. Madder end St omach i Trouhbs. C'onstIfwitIon and Eczema. I». Ilvereil dalty |M I gallon bottles. $1 AQ per w«'k If you have kidney trouble, eczema or Htomach trouble. t« sure and try It LOST AND FOUND LOST Tool kii containing auto tools, lost on Malvern road, near Iron Mountain crm-sing. All stools stamp-; ed 'Cadillac.” Finder please return I to Sam Williamson, Great Northern Hotel. Reward. 5-12 U t=Z7.--r—~^Z~. ~ , .■ —,T.a LEGAL NOTICES RESTORATION TO ENTRY OF LANDS IN NATIONAL FOREST. Notice is hereby given that the lands described below, eujhraciiig jsu acre.*, I within the Arli*n*ns NutbuiHl borer!,1 Arkansas. will be subject to s tilem-nt1 and entry untier the pi vp-dun* ol tin* homestead laws of the I'nited States and the act ot June ll. 1 !mm; cm Stat.. J.ioi. at I the lTilted Suite.- land olfit • at Little; Rock, Ai Kansas, on May 12. 1915. Any| settler who was actually and In good faith claiming any of said land* for ngri eultural ;• .rpose* prior to January 1,1 19Of), and has not ahandoruei same, has a prefereip*,. right ti n v.e a homestead entry for the lands actually occupied Said lands w- n- listed upon 11 *■ appli cations ‘.f th ■ persons mentioned below, who have a preference right subject to the prior right m any such settler, pro vided such settler or nnplieani is uuali fied to make horn* stead entry and lh<* preference tight is exercised prior to May 12, 1515. un which date tin- lands will be subject to settlement and entry by anv (nullified p*r*«-n Tin* lauds are as follows: The a 12 NW 1-4 HR 1-4. the SW 1-4 HR 1-4. See I T 1 N 14 19 W., f>0 acies, listed upon application of Napoleon Ufivls, Liwmikc, Arkansas; List 7-M>4. The N 1-2 NW 1-4 Sec 35. T. 1 N.. R. 20 \V . So acres, application of l» L. Standlford. Jesieviile. Arkansas; List 7-522. The S 1-2 NR 1-4. the N 1-2 SR 1-4 NW 1-4. Sec 15. T 1 N. It 20 W . ap plication of Alfred Fv Sample- 1120 1-2 W. Fifth Street. (Oklahoma City, Okla homa. List 7-523 The SI*: 1-1 SW 1 I. Pr-c 12. T 1 N . R. 20 W 5th 1\ M . 40 acres, application .»t S 1». Blown, DeOmcn, Arkansas; List 7-540. Kebiuarv 27. 1515. ('. M. Bruce Assist ant Commissioner of the General I.nnd Office. fifth annual assessment for STREET IMPROVEMENT DISTRICT NO. 3?. The tax books tor the collection of the flflh annual special assessment upon the real property Irt sti 'et Imixuvenieni dis trict Nn, :r.. for the purpose of imvit’tt and other improvements on Park avenue for Hie tear 1916 liave been otaie,d in nay hands All owners of property ivinu 111 tile said district are remitted le nnv th ir assessment to me en M:i\ tlie loth. 1-13 If payments are not made within thirty days from iii.it date, action w ill lie t om menepd at the end of that tinic for the cidleclion of said assessments, penalties a..d costs. Given under my hand Ur the 20th dav of April. 191". 8 VV. ('. SMITH. Collector. At office of Arkansas Trust Co. 1-21 -tf WARNING ORDER. In the listiec of the Peace Court liefo-i II Hinton. .IP G I,. .Mo.nc. Plaintiff vs A I,. Blum. Defendant. The above named defendant. A. I* Ilium, is warned to appeal in this court within til irt \ davs and answer the eom oliUnt of ii I,. Moore plaintiff heroin. H HINTON. .!, i'. T. K Ilulhci ford. Attorney nil I.Item. Hot Springs, Ark,, May 11, P.tlo. Scaled proposals in trl] licato wili be received until 11 a. tn., May 31, 11*1 a. for constructin'.; audition to ward building No. (1, at Arnty and Navy Gen era! Hospital. Information on ai>ili cation. Constructing Quartermaster. o-l 1-13-13-11-27-27 NOTICE TO CREDITORS. Notice Is hereby ulvrn lhut letters "f administ rfl I ien on the estote of IntvM i,nser iloeeased. wvie issue! to the un dersigned to the probate eoart of O.i' laml eountv In the state of Arkansas, on the 30th dav of March. 1!H6 All persons liavintr claims :oriln»t said estate, are therefore hereby notified I" . xhil.it tip. same to the undersitm <1. m'"b erlv nuth* nt ice Itwl. within six months after the date of such le tters or the. may he pro. haled from anv hem fit in said es tate. Abel if sen'll claims lie hot exhib ited as aforesaid, within one year after the date of »i"'' letters, they will he for ever barred mil precluded from anv In tie. fit from said estate. (liven this 3t'th lin' of A mil. ' D ml >. JAMES A HENS' »N Administrator of tiie Estate of luvil Laser. I)e. eased. COMMISSIONER'S SALE. Notice is hereby given that in p ir suance of the authority aiul directions contaiiiod in the decretal order of tiie chancery court of Garland county, made and entered on the 8th day of April, A It. 1915, in a certain cause (No. 5861) then pending therein lie tween L. 1). Johnson, complainant, and Mary D Urenner and A. \V. Phillips, defendants, tbo undersigned, as com missioner of said court, will offer to; sale at public vendue to tiie 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 judicial sales, on Monday, the 17th day of May, A. 1). 1915, the following described real e-tate, to wit: The west half of the northeast quarter, (VV. 1-2 NE 1-4) and the northwest quarter of file southeast quarter (NW 1-4 SiE 1-4) section thir ty-five (25), and tiie southwest quar ter of the southeast quarter (S\V 1-4 SE 1-4) of section twenty-six (26); ex cept one square acre in the southeast corner of the southwest quarter of the Southeast quarter of said section twenty-six (26); all in township one (1) south, range nineteen (19) west, in Garland county, Arkansas. Terms of tale: 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 tiie premises sold to secure the payment of the purchase money. Given under my hand this 24th day of April, A. D. 1915. A G. Stfl J.ENRKROKR, 4-25-15 Commissioner in Chancery. POUND NOTICE. Taken mp, Mn\ 2nd, within the city limits^ onewurown blind tnn'e. If not cal led fort V no will U> sold May 17t li for imun# ft feel bill and advertis ing. J D RVNDHHS, J Pound Master. HoiuXi milk ann cream deliver*) to anyjimrt of tihe city, dally f*ure wholeaXmo ami rich. The I’asteu rlx*d giiik Co. Phone II 4-ll-tl BASEBALL —SPORTING NEWS NATIONAL LEAGUE Standing of the Clubs. Teams— Won. Lost. Pet. Philadelphia .14 7 .067 Chicago.. 11 V . 003 (Boston .13 3 691 Cincinnati.II 11 .500 Pittsburg. 11 1! .456 (Brooklyn.10 13 .435 iSt. Ix>uis .11 15 .42:1 New York. 7 II .333 Pinch Hitter Won. Boston, May 12 —.A clean sing i by c,illicit, a pinch litter, stored the first two runs of five gained by the Braves in Hie sixth innim. today, mak ing Boston's victory over Si i. mis. Score by innings It H. E, ISt. Ixr.iis .001 MOO 100 2 9 1 Boston .0011 005 01 x i, s ] Perdue. Meadow's and Snyder; .lantts and dowdy. Matty Won First. New York. May 12. Christopher Malthevvson. for many y ais star pitcher of the New York Nationals, won his first victory of the 1915 sea son today, defeating Cincinnati. Both droh and Bums hit home runs, Oboe's hit coming with two runners on tlie /liases. Score by innings: R. H. E. Cincinnati .On:! 000 002 5 11 3 New York .1111 001 30x—6 11 0 Dale and (bark; Matliewsoii and Meyers. Cheney Was Easy. Brooklyn, May 12.—t'li ney was easy In the first two innings tuday and Brooklyn won from Chicago. The game was played in the rain. Four errors, two of them b.\ Cheney, a ' i. assetl ball and four hits gave Brook lyn five runs in the second inning Sci re by innings: it. II *r hlciago .oil bit) 0ii2— 5 10 (1 Brooklyn .051 not! 11 x 11 14 2 Cheney and Archer; 1‘feffer and Mc Carty. Frozen punch, strawberry ice cream and orange sherbet. Public Drug Co Try a Sentinel-Record Want Ad. LEGAL NOTICES SCHOOL ELECTION. Notice is hereby given that an elec tion 'w ill he held In the City of Hot Springs, in Hot Springs Township, Garland County, Arkansas, on Satur day, tlie 15th day of May, 1915, for the purpose of electing two directors for 1 he full term to succeed Directors llani'P Williams and Sam 1'. McK.ee han, whoso terms will expire on taut day. Said directors to be elected to serve the Special School District of Hot Springs. The question of voting a school lax will also be submitted at said election. By order of the board of directors of the Special School District of Hot Springs. This 2Cth day of April. 1911. W. S. SOKUBbbS, Attest: President. ObM'DE E. MIARSil, Secretary. ANNOUNCEMENTS. For School Director. The Sentinel-Uocord is authorized to announce Hanup Williams as a can didote for school director of special school ti ti ict of Hot Springs, in the election of Mny 15. The Sentinel-Record is authorized to announce Sam 1’. McKeehan as a candidate for school director of sig nal r.< hool district of Hot 8; ring*, in the election of May ir>. RESTORATION TO ENTRY OF LANDS IN NATIONAL cOREST Notice is hereby given that the lands die crilied below, embracing L'si) acres, within the Arkansas National Forest. Arkansas, wid be subject to settlement and entry under the pro visions of the homestead Ihvvt of the Fnlted Slates and the act of June 1], 190(1 CM Stat . 23R>, at the United States land office at Little Rock, Arkansas, on July 10, 1315. Any settler who was actually and In good faith • lainiing any of said lands for agri cultural purposes prior to January 1, 1308, and nas not abandoned same, lias a preference light to make a | homestead entry for the lands artu ally occupied. Said lands were list ed upon the applications of the par sons mentioned below, who have a preference right subject to the prior riant ot any siren settler, provided such settler or applicant is qualified to make homestead entry and the preference riahl is exercised prior to July 10, 1915, on which date the lands will lie subject to settlement and entry by any qualified person. The lands are as follows: Tne B 1-2 B 1-2 NB 1-1, the K 1-2 NK l-.'l SB 1-1, Sec. 11. T. 1 N„ It. 19 \V„ r.th P. M.. 4*0 acres, 'isted upon application of T. .1. Schoaqlns, Box |:i. Jessievllle, Arkansas; List 7-52K. The W 12 SE 1-4 N\V 1 1. the N\V 1-4 NK 1-4 8IV 1-4, Sec. 17. the S\V 1-1 S\V 1-1 Sec. 20, T 1 N„ It l!> \V„ the SB 1-4 MV I t Sec :tfi, T 1 N„ R. 20 W., 110 acres, listed without applicant; List 7'.02, The -I' 11 NK M, Sec 2X, T 1 N„ It. 10 \Y.. 40 acres, applica tion of \\ N. Johnson, Beaudry. \r Kansas; List 7-59:1. The ME 1-4 NK 1-1. the S 12 \\V l-l NE 4. the NE II MW I I NE 1 4. See. JO. T I N„ It. 10 \v„ application of Peter Suchin vki, 104 Sherman St.. Little Rock, Ar kansas: List 7-504 April 2:1, 1915, 'I Bruce. Asal-itaui Cointnlsnloner of the lit-netal Land Office, 512 1m AMERICAN LEAGUE Standing of the Clubs. Teams— Won Lost. Pet Detroit.IS x . t!92 Now York .L! S din Chicago.15 10 . tioO Boston.10 !) . ,26 Cleveland .II lIds Washington .1® 12 .455 Philadelphia.8 11 .dr, | St. Louis. ~ Is .28u Gainor's Drive Won. Detroit. May 12 \ rally in the fifth inning, which tialnor. a former Detroit player, led witli a home run, gave Boston a t to I victory ove D troit. tiainor's drive over the cf Held wall tied the sc. r. Sii • «« effective with men on 1>a.-.• Score hy innings: It. ILK Boston .000 ndn pH) 4 s 1 (Detroit .Odn lao imo t s ; Shore and Cady: Coveleskie and Baker, Htanage Scored on Wild Throw. S1. Louis, May 12. -4'Iarenc \\ ils er scored in the second inning of to day's game between St. Louis and Philadelphia when Schang threw \\">l to second base. iWalsh went to third on the same play and then scored on Agnew's single. Another lady was made for the locals in the fifth and St. Ixmis won. i Score hy innings: It H H. Philadelphia . ...000 000 000 u 2 I St. Louis .020 010 OOx d f. 2 Pennock, Wyckoff and Scdang Weilman and Agnew. Chicago Bunched Hits. Chicago, i,May 12. -Urban Faber held Washington to three hits today, two of which came in the ninth and sived the visitors from a shutout, Chicago winning. The locals made their runs by hunching hits. Score by innings T H E. Washington ....boll 000 001 1 1! 2 Chicago . 102 001 (Mix I N 1 Gallia, Engel. Mentley and Henry. Ainsmith: Faber and Daly. Made Triple Play. Cleveland, May 12 -Wend' error. Peek's triple, and. a wil l pitch by Walker were the principal fart irs in New York’s four run rally in the sev enth inning which gave New York tin victory. A feature of the garni was the triple play made bv f'leve'and. New York had Nunamaker on second and Warhop on first. Maisel hit a liner to Wood, who stePiied on first, doubling Warhop. A throw to Chap-j man at second retired Nunamaker fir the third out. Score by innings: R.TI.E /Cleveland .mo ton non— 2 fi 2 New York .000 000 Aon- i S 1 Walker. Mitchell and Egun: Warhop and Nunamaker. LEGAL NOTICES COMMISSIONER’S SALE. Notice is hereby given, that in pur suance of the authority and directions contained In the decretal order o' the chanceiy court of Garland county, made and entered on the 28th day of April, A I) 1915, in a certain cause. (No. 5908) then pending therein he twee li S. Rlumenstiel, John C. Wolf and Geo. It Bekling, trustee, com plainants. and the Southwestern Amusement Company, defendant, the undersigned, as commissioner of said court, will offer for sale at public ven due to the highest bidder, at the front door or entrance of the county court hr use, in which said court is held, In the county of Garland, within the hems prescribed by law for judicial sales, on Wednesday, the 2nd day of June. A. |). 1915, the following prop erly. towit: Ail the lease-hold estate created or existing bv reason of a cer tain agreement and lease executed Nov. 9, 1909, and duly record d in Cl, page 545, of the records of J u-os and mortgages of Garland coun ty, Arkansas, wherein S Blumonstie! a m: Jno. c. Wolf were the lessors an I tile Southwestern Amusement Com pany, lessee, in which a lease of fif teen years was given on the follow ing descrilyetl property. The store room known as No. X21 Central avenue, Hi' uated on part of lot 9, block (>K, and also the following described part of said lot, beginning on the south li u* of said lot 9, in block t'X. at a point K2 feet easterly front Central avenue, thence continuing ulcpg said line u i*n easterly direction fn- * distance of ion feet; thence in a northerly direc tion and at right angles to last men tioned line u distance of 70 feet; thence in a westerly direction and at right angles to last mentioned line a distance of inn feet: thence in a south erly direction and at right angles to last described line a distance 0! 70 feet and to iwint of beginning; to gether with all buildings and any oili er improvements of whatever kind or nature which are now in or upon said property of may hereafter be place t In or upon said pro. erty or any part thereof. Also any and all goods, chattels, fur. niture, furnishings, fixtures, belong ings or any other tiling of value wint erer belonging to the said defendant, that were then nn or in said lea-ed premises or that might lie placed on or In said leased premises during the teuns of the lease. In Garland county. Arkansas. Terms of Sale: On a credit of three months, the pur^tm-cr being required to execute a bond as required by law and tm ; tUit d< ' ' n.d court in said cause. » 1 1 , • .1 bearing Inter. \ at the ' .it.- .1 -ix p.-r cent per unnunV from dal. ,1 1 1111 \ SOUTHERN LEAGUE Standing of the Clubs. Teams— Won. Lost. Pet. New Orleans.18 10 .64:1 Birmingham .10 11 .502 Nashville.17 12 . 5>ti 1 ( hatluuooga .15 12 .52dj Atlanta .12 15 .III’ Mi miphis. 12 15 .lit Mobile .lo 17 .;l7u Little Hock . S 18 .208 \llanta. May 12 -Atlanta won a free hitting (Minesi from Memphis to day , 0 to 5. iseure by inn digs: K. 11 K. Mi miphis .000 mil on| .‘8 2 Atlanta .2mi m2 nix 6 !» 1 ! Ho iiotson and Andreen. Ke ly and Jenkins. Birmingham. May l_' ~K' ark - •.in gle wiih all the bases on tube I in t! e j ninth inning gave liii iniugnam lie inn no tied to defeat Chattanwog i, to 2. today. Score hv innings It. H. B Chattanooga ....20d non mm- 2 7 I itiimingham ....mm 2m> mil- 2 II I Wagner and Kitchens, Kobert on and lla.e. \e« Orleans, May 12. Frost held N'asln i le to four hits today w hi '• ni teammates hit both McLeod and lie ers freely and New Or lean a won, 7 to 2. Store by Innings: if II L Nashville.mm 112<> Odd 2 I 2 New Or!, uns ...2nd 012 mix 7 Id 2 iMcIx-od, Rogers and Sire i . F.-ost ami Higgins. Mobile Little Km k, min FEDERAL LEAGUE Hnffalo, May 12 Pittsburg won an other closely contested earn- from Hnffalo today A double play in which six players on the lluflalo team ligured with assists or i, utouts lur uished one of the features. Score by innings; If. II. H. Pittsburg.nnd 2dU Inn 2 ,x 2 Hnffalo .non Odd 020 2 7 0 Bargei and Kerry; Kiapp, F.hnike and lilair. All others postponed. TEXAS LEAGUE San Antonio t. Fort Worth 0. Houston r», Dallas 1. Beaumont tl, Shreveport II Cralveston 0, Waco d ill inriinus, darkness). AMERICAN ASSN. Mi wnuker 0, Indtituapoiis 7. Minnemiolis II Uolnmhus 1. St. Paul :i, IPloveland 7. Kansas City II, Louisville I. WESTERN LEAGUE. Denver 0, Topeka 1. St, Joseph S, Sioux City 7. (Des (Moines 7. Omaha 7 (called in tenth, darkness) (Lincoln 5, Wichita 5 (called). COLLEGE BASEBALL. Army .'>, Holy Cross 2. l-afayette It. West Virginia Wes leyan 4. Williams 10, Princeton 3. Dartmouth 5, Vale 4 University of OlCahamo 1. Henry Kendall College 3. —-o WANT to buy groery store Call at W. R. Poe Furniture Co., 215 Valley St. Telephone 1346. 5-0-3 wk lll'.M TIFI I new gone-* arriving dally at Mis (' Higgins' Ait Store, tan; t'eilna Ave. (i-17 tr til paid, and a lien being retained on the prtt city sold to secure the pay ment of the purchase money. Given under my hand this 12th day of May, A. 1). 1915. A. GSUIjI.fiNBF3RGHR, Commissioner in Chanc ry. ■ - _ nmCHESTER S PILLS Til*/. LMAM«NI> HR AM*. X l.iutu-*! A*l» your DrusirUi f t /A , i M <l»*n(rr H IMuii.onTTf riiml/A\ f\ fill* In lti-d anti <•<»;<! n.-ulltc 8 t »'a, smlcJ virh f.iue kn fx>n. 3 1 ukr no olhrr Iti'f of yonr ^ f A f >r< Jll.< ll>> -TKB M ' IMAMOMJ CUANK IMI.i.S. f ,r yea*- IcnuHnas Ilr-.t, Safest. A (ways !• rlnti* Sfil 0 HV ORFfifilSIS FVFRYWilFUf For Sale by All Dealers NOTICE BUILDERS and CONTRACTORS For ‘i” Beams, Lintels, Anchors,! Fire Escapes, Structural Ir*^ Work, Smoke-, stacks and Boiler Casings. Write or Wire Bemberg&Soiis IRON WORKS Fool of East Ninth Street. LITTLE POLK, ARK. 1018 CHOICE PHOIF 2227 ii MftniMma n ■ -—rtr-inr . ■ Arkansas National Bank OH 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, -*ce T. D. McCALLUM, Asst. Cash. S. P. COLLINC.S, Director. HENRY FELLHEIMER. Dr. WtV. A Rol Doe a tun nnuiotig mtsinesa. Cashes drafts and checks for visitors. Draw our owu ..rafts on all parts of Europe. Sell Traveler's Money Orders, payable In all foreign countries and United States by hanks, hotels or merchants. SECURITY BANK \ HOT SPRING* SAVINGS. TSUI’ AND GUARANTY COMPANY 1 MOLL OF ««0NO9 BANK ■ ill t to Withstand tha Stnrm j Conltai *100,000 Surplus */5.tKW oceanTrip HOT SPRINGS, ARK. —To— NEW YORK $49.82 Via Memphis and New Orjj 5 DAYS AT SEAi Including meals and Also Havana and Pai a nal Trips. ( all or phoni\ 141.; W. M. ANDERc6n AUCTION SALE Thursday, May 20,2:30 p. m, 1915 Corney Valley, Malvern Avenue and Benton St., Hot Springs, Ark. THE FINELY BRED, LARGE AND HANDSOME 8-YEAR-CLD BAY TROTTING MARE BORO BELL Standard ami registered in Vol. Will. Certificate of registration ami extended pedigree. Sired by Unreal No. 21' 72, (lu; premier stu1 lion of the Hermitage Stud, Nash wile. Tenn. Berea has over 100 in 2:2n list, by Bow Bells, by Electioneer, by Hamilton 10. First data) of Bora Belles, a producing daughter of Bowennan Wlikes N">. 17823, sou of Baron Wilkes. 2.Ik by Geo. \Vi kes 2 22. Second dam Great Brood Mare. Horn Bell can be seen at No. 101 South Ave.. corner of 4th St. Jtike cart, track harness etc to be sold wime time and place. A rare opportunity to secure a mare of this breeding and Individual ity and speed. THEO W. MILAN. Agent.