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^Loolfnrjh^rmblemTaajJtisJgourjliiarantec^i^Miuster^erYice^ lil Your Children's Health 1 ii 1 \TOTHlNG will be a more substantial guarantee IN of good health than an occasional thorough | cleansing of the Winter suits and coats worn every day to school. i-r——-> | tj] It will be a real economy to let us keep these garments clean. TELEPHONE US F The Emporium Sam Wexler. I Phone 1147. ?09 Central Ave. Bath Outfits v PAIR TOWELS .50 ^ M mm ) R0BE .50 ffl V I f Slippers..50 ft A 9 CAKE SOAP .FREE OJ.Jai \EATH",TTS.™ * ■ W W COMPLETE. . $1.50 '| We Have Bath Outfits Any Price Desired. WE ARE SOLE AGENTS FOR HUYLER’S, MAILLARD’S i f MARTHA WASHINGTON f CANDIES Fresh Shipments Daily THESE HAVE REPUTATIONS FOR PURITY AND SWEETNESS UNSURPASSED BY ANY OTHER CANDIES. YOU CAN FIND THEM ’""IN ANY SIZE PACKAGE YOU WANT FROM 5 CENTS UP TO THE 5 POUND BOX. A TRIAL WILL CONVINCE YOU. Tne Finest Ice Cream in Arkansas We also dispense at ou» fountain, ice cream made FROM HUYLER’S FORMULA j title same as made at Heryier’a Filth Avenue st re, New York city Lemly’s Drug Store | PHONE 201 ESTABLta I* 1875 PHONE 201 j* l , Visitors' Prescri( ffons a Specialty Springs, Ark. I_. —e*L_ ___ •L. ’ I ... _---— ES2SZSHSES'd5Z5Bitl5'adbdbiiti5d5ejt_ll-J,— Gold Crowns.$3.00 to $5.00 £ Bridge Work .$3.00 to $5.00 £ Gold, Porcelain, Platinum or KJ Silver Fillings.50c up [E Plates .$4.00 up 51 Extraction, latest method .50c £ J WRITTEN GUARANTFE WITH ALL WORK. * /Dr.H. F. BUSCH I W DENTIST e2&“V Centra' Avenue Next to Arkansas Trust Co i ^Onone 326. Hours 8 a.m. to 6 p.m. |BZS2SaBlS2iiHSHS2SH53ES2SaS2S^^£t>'2J^rr?-cn’J Dietary Sanitarium 1100 MALVERN AVE. ONE BLOCK FROM CAR Milk Diet Scientifically Administered with West Treatment, latrgn. Light, Airy Rooms, Homelike. PHONE 1306 INSPECTION INVITED I ■ Dr. H. D. Ferguson “■ I I ' CHIROPRACTOR | ^KtlWE AND SPINE SPECIALIST. ARKANSAS TRUST BUILDINli Humphrey's SAUSAGE TODAY Harry G. Smith’s Pore Food Stort AUTO DtfUVSKf — .— - —-— Ouachita and Orange 2 Phones, 830 and 831 Sentinel-Record Want Ads Bring Results. CHAMPIONS AND ROBIN SCHEDULE ROSTER OF GAMES FOR SPRING SEASON ANNOUNCED BY PRESIDENT EBBETTS. Will Play a Series of Games Here as a Preliminary and Then Will Play Exhibition Games on Northward T rip. President Fbbetts of the Hroklyn National baseball club last night an nonmed the itinerary of the Brooklyn and Boston American champions of the world after they leave Hot Springs. The teams will both train in this city and will play their first series of games here before the visi 1 tors from all parts of the country : gathered hen \ Leaving ike Springs on the night l of March 37, the teams will go first to Memphis, where they will play an ex hibltion game on that Southern league Held on March L’v On March 31* the' will play a game either in Little Hock or Fort Smith, ei her of which cities has made a hid for the game that is open on that date The teams will piny on the Okla homa City diamond on March 3i>, and from there will go on to Kansas C'it >. where they will play on March 31 and April 1. From Kansas City they will go to Peoria, where they will play on April 3, and then will go to Indian apolis for a game on April 4 and from that city will go to I .afayette for a game on April 5. The scehdiilo did not extend past that date, and it is said that from Lafayette the teams will journey on to the scenes of the opening of their respective leagues. ---- OAKLAWN S. I. A. The Oak lawn S. 1. A. will meet at the school building Montla yafternoon at o'clock. All members arc urged to be present as there Is business of importance. TILLMAN HOME LOST. No a s reached the city yesterday that the John Tillman home neat Hear, Ark . had been destroyed by fire Whether any of the contents of the home had been saved or not was not learned. No Insurance was ear lier! at this remote section of the country. -o KNIGHTS TEMPLAR. There will be a stated conclave of ttie Hot Springs (’ommandry ,io. 3, Knights templar, heat at th> Masonic hall on Monday evening, February 3, at 7.:10 o'clock. Visiting Knights are welcome. M. HICKMAN. Recorder. -tv MRS. HEATH DEAD. The funeral of Mrs. Heath, who died yesterday morning, will he held from the Gross undertaking parlors Mon day morning at 10 o’clock. Interment at Greenwood cemetery. Services will be conducted by Rev. A 1! IJwvd. latest in Millinery at Halls. Me r uts the price. 1-20-1 mo NOW IN OUR NEW LOCATION 633 Central Ave. fORNER SPRING—OPPOSITE OLD LOCATION, ALL AND INSPECT OUR NEW QUARTERS. ) C. Richards Piano Co 33 Centra1 Ave, Phone I0> --*■-v Arkansas National Bank OF HOT SPHINU*, ARK. Memwr Federal Reserve Bank Capital . $100,000.00 Surplus v;nd Profit* $295,000.00 CHAS. N. RIX, President E. F. KLEIN, Vice President F. C. STEARNS, Vice. - ROBERT NEILL, Ca*hier S. P. COLLINUS. Director HENRY FELLHEIMER, Director. A Roll of Honor Bank Does a full banking business. Cashes dralts and chicks for rlsitors. Draw our own i drafts on all pari* o: Burnpa. II Sol! Traveler*' Money Orders, If payable in ai foreign countries II and United S «t«K by banks, -J hotels or merchacta, Cj rsu.'i-T’.-T'.- -j=rr I HAVE YOU SEEN IT IS THE BEST IN HOT SPRINGS AND FINEST IN THE WORLD No Matter Where You Bathe You Are Welcome LOOK BEFORE YOU LOCATE S. W. FORDYCE, OWNER JNO. F. MANIER, Manager MATT BROCK HAD CINCH IN BOUT WITH ATTELL ST. LOUIS BOY PUT OUT BY CLEVELAND SUBMARINE ON AUDITORIUM STAGE. Matt Brock, the clever Cleveland boxer, had a clutch, easy picking and scarcely a god warming up in his bout with Young Abe Attell, of Si Louis, which whs the main event in the Auditorium last night. In fae , some One otigb ;o s'art a tn vennmt to give Atten an iron cross tor his [ nerve in nun t ug Hr ck. tor that it •abort all he had to ob>r when he faced the Cleveland it1 marine. Mat: started out as if he were will ing t.o carry the mill along in a nic< gentlemanly manner and give the erovvd a li. le exc,tment for event rottiuis, but Attell dashed nto him. slinched and rotiglted tite Cleveland boy consideiablc, and Broek thuglit it about time. sin<serving diploma I c relations appeared o be In order to go to war immediately, and he farted using his deadly left upper ut. Attell soon resembled a sol dler in the trenches. Attell to; k the count of nine in the first round. The -econd opened with Attell (lo ng ineffective jabbing and the tango, with Brook toll wing him over the •ing. waiting for an o;ening. I' earn about a tuimitft after the r'uud start ■ d. Brock shot out his left and it a tided ill AtteH’s mi 1-section. The -rowd started for “home, sweet’ ome.’ It was a quick curtain Broek is the same cla-sy b y ns of ore. H,. will leave for New Orleans tom rrow or Tuesday and take the tnea- ire of a local lad in New Or gans next Thursday night, after vhlcth he ;s coming back to this <rty. Then hr goea to i>enver. Jack Dil ’on refereed tlte main event last night end, as usual, got a big reeep ■ion. Charlie \\ bite, the nifty light ieight from Chicago, responded to repeated calls to present himself in tie ring and got a Idg ovation. Eddie Barnsback is expected to an iline some interceding news in the stic lint1 within a few days. It con ms Dillon and another celebrity, v.ho wi;i likely box Dillon here follow :tg Dillon's bout with “Gunboat" smith i.t New Orleans on February D>. This nr'II, if booked, promises to To one of the big events of the -port urid. What to Do For Bad Colds. I If >'u want a cough medicine that \es <ju • i, and sire action in eal n^ . ilds. coughs <»r "oup, get Foley's Honey and Tar. It heals inflamed or ollen membranes in throat, chest or 1 onchin tubes: breaks ui> tight i >ughs, loosens the phlegm, makes reathing Ki-ier. stops tickling n t roat. W. F. T.cmas, Summerville, Ha, writes: "Foley's Honey and Tar is n most efficient remedy for « juglis, hoarseness, oti ! have i'-ed it rlth excellent results." A. C ,1en i ngs Pasteurized milk and cream In ster pized bottles delivered In tims foi breakfast. The Pasteurized Milk Co Phone 15. 8-11-V I>r. a. C. Prichard hae i-emovt-d hi' fflces from Citizens National Ba,nk building to 36iJVi Centra' avenue, over l«euil>’e Drug Store 8-10-t’ Maold tree delivery. Phone 643, Pub ilc Drug Company. 8-3-tf If you suffer from stomach disor ders, ask your doctor about our Bui garjan buttermilk. Tlie Pasteurized Milk Co. *11 P — --o——.. — Drink Bulgarian But»*e.ullk fo breakfast. 8-11-P — -—A-—■ ■■ ■ - Sentinel Tits.ord ilasalfiod advertis ing brings ro-ults MiSi: 1 f»r 15 years the standard remedy for till akin diaeaaes. A liquid uvd externally, luituut rW.«/n-om itch, *8c,*0cand ll.oj. Y our money tan k if the lint bottle doe* not bring you relief. A«k ai*n about 0, D. 11. Soon, 1 i VlMTOKbBIlXIMiMtTlNii WAS A BIG lUCCtSJ HUNDREDS OF PEOPLE WERE TURNED AW .Y FROM VISI TOR'S ARENA ENTERTAIN MENT. Frank dutch was on hand ai the Visitors Arena Friday and made a vary interesting ta k, on hi- trying t i become a tighter. :p in the Klon dike. f which the crowd thoroughly enjoyed. Charlie White the com n; liKniweiy.it champion of the world v\a« 'resent with 111- brother ami a la nth o.' friends from the Arlington hotel. He wa; introduced t. the fan-. The Murphy and Pumkey bout wa declared a draw by lt -feroe tioicii, and was met wii'.i fond applaud >■ tli large cr wd. Murphy and R mUey pi p one c>£ tli* he-t lie ever -tin here anil hid h - crov l on her feet from led! to ball arid lure was n t much tt Cmli.n through die ten rounds. They wer(; both pi riie oink ot con dtioti and are pass masters a tile game. Tin Iri.s cr wd went away a ■ 1 piea-ml m I enjoyed the af ernoon treat of boxing by the visitors l vug arena Out next card will h, a double h 'Jilor, on next Thursday. Rehruary the .xth. Can n ii Rail Mitchell of Mempli- an Karl Murphy of St. I.ouis, in rounds Batflinst Minor of Memphis ami Sad it Turk of F:. Worth. Tex . will meet fo. 10 round-. These boat., will .mt lie much of an introduce n as Rattijiu (Minorand Cannon Rail Mi .olieii l av, af* • ired h< r(. n mmvral sue os f bouts. These boys will work on: every afternoon at the visitors boxing arena Public is invited. INAUGURAL CEREMONIES MAY BE A BA N DONE C Washington, Feb. While do de eision has been reached fficlat'r there js a very decided sent ment it all official quarters to abandon th* public ceremonies of Inaug oration 01 March •'), and simply have the p/e 1 dent take the oath f office in th, white house on Sunday, .March 1 TIk army and navy reception at the whit* It1-use probably will be abandoned. Tliose offncials who favor abandon ing the public ceremonies feel thui with ; In* pre-ident facing such critlBul international affair-, the good <> th country <b mauds that lie shall not Ik tailed upon to participate in public functions Dr J. F. toerrttt, mile answere day or night. Office phone 441, res (fence 42fi No. 37<)i4 Central avenue Take a Trip 1 TO NEW ORLEANS “THE PARIS OF AMERICA’' | DURING Mardi Gras I The big days this year are on February 19th and 20th. $18.75 Round trip from Hot Springs via Memphis and Illinois Central Railroad. Fast trains «ud good >. r vie. Itoservution and inter nmtion given b\ S. M. SPFARS, x i*. a. i. r. ji. it. utth Week. I 11_ _ _■ a7",±=L Z:—-rj=-z=7Jz=i.-.^-:--~—“■■■■■■——"~'r -.>:r-^ I Creole Dinner Is a Louisiana creation—an appetiz ing combination of tomatoes, sweet pep ers, okra, etc., plucked and packed im mediately on the plantation where grown. It may be used in many ways in every day cooking. Recipes on each tin. 10c a Can—$1.10 a Dozen i oasvTaRoct as ~j-<r 707 Central! Avenue Phone 120 -II /=■—"■ '■== -I ' ^ Modern Dentistry at Lowest rrice WHY PAY MORE Et-ESEWHE RE.’ Set teeth, that fits.. ..$4.00 Up Killings, any kind.50c Up Gold Crowns, 22kt. pure .$3.00 to $5.00 Brldpeiwork, 22kt, pure...$1.00 Teeth extracted 501c EXAMINATION FREE Dr. D. S. Barton, Dentist Same Location 744 1-2 Central Avenue Here Years Simanton s Mineral Mud Baths They cure by absorption and elimination through the skm, and in connec tion with the free use of the iron and Magnesia water, by elimination of the poisons of the body, through the bowel* and kidneys. I advocate •ise of the hot water baths as a valuable aid to the mineral treatment Give me a trial and be convinced. Park Avenue and 110 Ravine Street. Also Furnished Cottages for Light Housekeeping. Eighty-Seven Years Old. Hao tillin', sole lnnsel^H, dark puffs under eye- and leadder'jdl-'’;di r- :i s\ m '"-I, i d • aged jY j H it Adams. Sliriiisfield, Mi rites | l ad a very sever,, attmi 'of kidney trouble. I am I'ettlinr cldj ht>-«ever 1 irl.;d -1.11 it.-iii iri-:iimeal lit n >n B <lld me so much good as Foley Kidney • [ consider it tile best." Folev ' U,1|,> ' <ir'' tonic ia action, and , imrk to f .vo good results a. O. .Ten i *, "5?.TDn,L RW-OHD Cl^AUSl • AI> TODAT—It "»ar t«nt that ra •aul b'.Mt* taf ***.