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LOCAL SPORTING NEWS
When Jo? Mandot, one of the pug
ilistic idols cf New Orleans, earn? to
the s3pa and announced hl.s Intention
of stuping a genuine "come buck”
campaign followers of the game won
tiered ufliether Joe would pick lemons
from the fistic gardens, but all doubt
ing Thomases have since changed
their minds, especially since the''
have observed Joseph hart! at work
in the B .ekstaff gymnasium and
more recently "hen they got a line
on the boy Mandot will face in the
ring in the Auditorium theater Mon
LMandot is tackling one of the fast
Mt and hardest hitting lads lie ever
fared. Me is Willie Mangrum, and
iVtl.ie has certainly been going some’
3f late. Within four week’s he has
met and knocked out the following
• spirants for fistic honors: Jinini'
Duke, three, rounds, January 29; Red
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Herrin?, seven rounds, February 5:
Willie Rooney, one round. February
12: Jack Roselle, two rounds, Feb
ruary 19. Maneruni al»o stopped .laci;
Ryan in three round' and holds u
decision over the local favorite. Monk
Fowler Mungrum was matched tr
hov hi Cruthersvlle, Mo., February
2d, hut cancelled tdiat engagement for
tire expressed purpose of meeting
Mandot id this city on the Auditor
i ,nr . stage Monday night. Hilly
Haack will send Mangrum to this
city in tip-top shape, for the Mein
phis boy has been hard at work for
the past ten days. TBiefe will he quit.'
a delegation of sports over from Lit
tie Rock to see this mill and Man
grum vvi 1 be accompanied by a host
of rooters from Hie Bluff City. This
Jia* every appearance of being one ot
the best bouts ever seen in Hot
Spring-', and one thing is certain «nd
Start a Bank
For a long time you iliav e been prom.sing your-e i tint ><ui g
would start a bank account. Vow is TUB TIMR. 1 he doings oj a jjj
Rood deed should never he delayed. • Bj
THE SBQV'RITY BAVK on account of its many years ol <■ g
ficient service; its large capital and surplus, its strong, aitin jjj
directorate and Its courteous a.id experienced officer* and < m g
ployes, offers a most attractive place for your savings
\V|B WANT YOUR ACC Ot'Cs'T and will take pleasure in see- g
ing you attain that feeling of independence and greatei piospinty g
that a bank account Is sure to bring yon. Bj
WE ATW> 1 JIT BREST to savings accounts and time eertifi- g
rvites of deposit. g
Security Bank |
ED. H. JOHNSON, Pres. HOWARD P. COLLINGS, Vice Pres. &
JNO. B. FOOTE, Cashier. ^ g
DIRECTORS / L
Chas. R Blrnbaum L- »• Cooper N j Roth
Howard P. (tailings J. W. Corrington Cbasy C. Sparks g
g. p. Collings Kd H. Johnson W. Tombler
CAPITAL, SURPLUS AND UNDIVIDED PROFITSjK>NE |
HUNDRED FIFTY THOUSf Vl DOLLARS jj
that is that. .\fangrnm being anxious
to meet a.Wndot, it will prove a bout
that will be fall f action from tb,j
etart to the finish. Local interest in
■ this engagement u most pronounced
and it ought to draw a big house.
Aside from thb> treat feature, there
will also be two other bouts and a
“battle royal" for n curtain raiser th.v
promi-es too be a "uippin."
Eddie Coulon Accommodated.
Eddie Coulon, the popular New Or
leans bantiui, did not 'have long to
watt for some one to meet him, for
Eddie Barnsback, manage.- <>f the
local club, yesterday r eived u wire
frem (leorge W. Sampson, manager
for Nate Jackson, stating little Nate
would lie here with bells and would
meet Coulon on Monday night, March
12. Jackson is- very desirous of fh;s
match, for the boys have met be
fore and Coulon g-t the deci ion.
Since that time Jackson has not been
at all satisfied and he and his man
ager limped at the chance for a rc
At the present time Nate is euoy
;ng himself in Oklahoma and toppling
over many oof the local product in
that state. He is "fit as a fiddle," h& ]
'manager reports and is res! roc us of i
i coming here considerable in advance
I so the local and visiting enthusiasts
eanget a line on him. When these
two miniature cyclones hook lip the
trouble in Europe promises to look
like a mid-summer picnic.
• 1 told Mr. flam shack to got a good
hoy," -aid Eddie Coulon, w hen inform
ed that Nate Jackson would likely
hex him. "and lie certainly picked
one of that class. 1 ntet him before
and got the decision and 1 had • to
■work every round, believe me. Say
this return engagement will bp every
tiling those present want to see, be
McNutty and Trio tommy.
The dust way off in the horizon
those on the tower of Hot Springs
mountain noticed yesterday was no
cyclone disturbance , but merely
Mike McNulty, "manager of cliem
plon-i,” if you please. who i* headed
ihis way, with Jdhnny "Kewpie"
Ertle, claimant to the bantamweight
mwn; Billy Whelan, lightweight
challenger, who recently defeated Ed
Wallace, the senntional New \ ork
lightweight, and Jack Malone, the
new sem tiion in the northwest in the
Yesterday Frank Moody received
n„itc a leuglihy letter from the ver
satile McNulty, in which "Kew pic's
! manager stated he would bring his
trio here and for some one to scan
tlm horizon and ascertain if there
happened too he any material in the e
' particular "dlggins" worth hooking
; up With. McNulty does not know of
I >,. talent n: w in tins city. The wtn
! m.r of tto> Coition Jackson l>out would
make is interesting for Erne, and 1»
tthe .same token the one wlioo gets
the decision in the Mandot-Mangruoi
sessioon could, to the delight of many
meet Hilly Whelan.
Local friends of Ertle will learn
with regret that the popular little fel
low has not been himself lately.
"Kewpie" contracted malaria fever it)
Gloucester. New Jersey, last Septem
ber. and U sort ot put him out ot
commission for months On Friday.
February 16, he met IVhin Kul He.
man and got the decision. A great
m„ny persons in this city thought
I tlbat Herman was thee bantam oauv
GOLFERS PLAY IN THE FIRST
ROUNDS OF THE GEORGE
Semi-finals This Afternoon and Mon
day and the Finals of This Tournev
Will Be Played Tuesday Afternoon.
I iini'e w n - plentj ot inducement
liu1 weather line for added interest
in the George Washing: n'.s birthday
unniversay tournament, first round
of which were played yesterday at the
Hot Springs Golf and County Club.
Korn,, c assy golf was Indulged, and
unifli general interest is being taken
in the tourney now bv tihe entire golf
colony as Hie elimination lias genuine
l.v begun. Following were the re
sults yesterday :
•Fail; Vilas beat K. J. Baker and 1
!> D. Isinu heat A B. Wharton 1 in
B. 1-1. Nance Inal John Dodge by de
Harvey Fleming beat Harry .lames
2 ami i.
Hiram Whittington beat C. M. Wil
liams 4 and
K. II l.uddingtnn beat Hen il. Bryan
.1 and 2.
Phillip B'agdon heat John Ballard
11 and 2.
J (V Shwartxlmngli beat A. Al. Levv
F. G. Bonfils beat W M. Snow fi and
F. 1.. Fredericks beat W G. Fox
(\ Bradenhnrg beat Sum Gross C
H. C. Gifford beat II ls'vy fi and 7
.1 (V Hazen bent J. il. Frazer by de
W. .1. Roamer beat II. C. Rice 7
Bddie MoHermott beat O. W. J ms
2 in IS boles.
T J. Hyman beat F. P. Fidher 7
F. R. Noonan beat J. MeMennanny
H and 2.
J. U. Sammons beat C. Murphy
J W. Smith beat W. P. Gannon by
The drawings have been made for
today, and in each of the Bight- they
are as follows;
Jack Yi’as meets D. D. King.
B K Nace meets Harvey FI ruling.
Pfram Whittington .meets K. H.
Phillip Ulagden mods W. O. France
J. C. Shwartzbaugh meets F. G.
F. 1a Frederick meets C. Branden
H. C. Gifford nmols J. C. Hazen
pion from Xeu Orleans, who was
here a few weeks ago. The Herman
Ertle boxed on that occasion nails
from Pekin. 111 . and takes the name
of his city as a prefix to avoid con
flicting with the bantamweight king.
If McNulty is wise he will bring
“Kewpie” here for a course of baths
and get the rnalarie boiled out ol
him. Mike is a. money makinl indiv
idual and is said to drive u hard bar
gain, but lie lias a host of friends ,n
this city who will be mere than pleas
ed to welcome him to the espe
cially when he brings such a noted
trio as his letter head shows.
Tf there are any hoys in Matt
Brock's i lass who would like to en
gage a bout witih the Cleveland l -
Boat lad, will they please raise their
Eddie Barnshack stated yesterday
that geetting an opponent for Brock
was harder than breaking up the Ger
man submarine war. H«> has had con
siderable correspondence with some
of the ads in Matt’s das* but they
have cither been busy or *lse honest
ly (onfe-sed they did not rare for ny
I of the Clef eland's lad’s game.
’! have not given up hope of land
ing some recognized boy to nice'
Brock before he leaves Hot Springs.'
.-aid Barns' »ck. and if present wires
1 have out, together with letters will
ii'ing resu ts, 1 o’ gilt to catch a big
f’sh for Brock before many days, the
public wants to see Matt meet some
hoy that will mul<(. ilihn extend hfon
self. In every bout he has had in
I this city they haven’t been able even
to get him to prespire, hat I am hop
ing that something well worth while
in his line w ill materialize hefor -
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l.ot our skilled workmen
repair your Jewelry or re
model it according t<>
newest designs. Prices
surprisingly low. Ad
"502 CENTRAL AVE.
THE UNIVERSAL CAR
llave heea bn. t and actually (tethered to retail buyers since August 1, lJMti.
111 7-gun's -s2ii,m;- represent the actual number of cars manufactured
: y .i* since August 1-t, 1 *.* 1 tj, and delivered b> our agents to retail buyers.
This unusual fall and winter demand fo. Ford cars makes it necessary for
us to confine the distribution of car' only to those agents who have orders
loi' Immediate delivery to retail customers, rather than to permit any agent
to stock cars in anticipation of later spring sales.
"o a;e Issuing thi- notice to intending buyers that they may protect t^em
>< ves against delay or disappointment in securing Fcrd cars, if, therefore,
><>.; ate planning to purchase a Ford car. we advise you t° place your order
and take delivery now.
Immediate orders will have prompt attention.
b*‘ay in buying at this time may cause you to wait several months.
I liter your order today for immediatedelivered with cur authorized Ford
agent listed below and don’t be disappointed later on.
Runabout $345. Touring Car $360, Cou- r 1 tfl /*
pelet $505, Town Car $595 Sedan $645, rOrd WOtOr lOUlDaDY
f. o. b. Detroit. * ’
Eddie McDermott meets W. J.
T. . Hyman meets F. R. Noonan.
■I. E. Sammons meets .). \V. Smith.
.Manager Willie Hoare announces
that ttfie golf coloney is steadily in
creasing and that there is more in
terest taken in the sport hero tills
year than previous to this time of the
year, as evidenced by the large num
ber of players daily at the course.
This weather find- tile golfers busv
early in the morning and in contlnu
oug action until very 1 ue in the even
A NOVEL PAPER WEIGHT.
IIamp Williams yesterday received
l>v express from some unknown,
friend in Canada, a fine bullet made
of brass, eight parts screwed together
threaded shoulder, to tit into « shell
12 inches long containing 2 1-2 pounds
X.tro Glycerine, dynamite or other
high explosive. The shell itself also
consist** of eight parts screwed to
gether, making a total of Id pieces o
brass to fly in every direction when
exploded. The bullet has « circle of
figures from one, to t"'enty-two indi
cating the number of miles to travel
before it explodes. If it is desired to
explode in ten miles di-tance. the dial
is set at number ten. Tthis cartridge
when complete cos! $2.'> and js a very
great curiosity. Mr. William*’ friend
requested that he use it for a paper
N'lune is herewith given that on
this 21st day of February, isl7, the
partnership formerly existing be
tween W. H. Housley and George K
Housley under the firm name of W. M.
Housley Company, has this day been
dissolved; tile business in the future
:o he conducted by W. M. Housley.
2-21-lOt. W M. HOrttl.HY CO.
Ordinary Buttermilk ha* the turner
removed, our Bulgarian buttermilk
contain* all th* original fat*. The
Pasteurized Milk Co. 8-11-tl
Or. G. U Grey removed to *523 1-2
Central Ave. 2-30-lwk.
BOOK ON <
’ Dog Diseases
AND HOW TO FEED
NAiwa Free to any adarcM oy the author I
! * H. ClAY GLOV£K, V. S. * I
11ft Weal & lot Street New York I
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BEAUTIFUL DISPLAY OF fi
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ALSO NEWEST NOVELTI ES IN JEWELRY S
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: How to Make Good Coffee— \
% THE OLD WAY X
^ 6:00 A M.—Get up in a hurry. « jf
♦ 6:10 A.M.—Run to the wood shed for an armful of wood. y
^ 6:15 A.M.—Slip out once more for a scuttle of coal.
^ 6:20 A.M.—Place the kindling in the stove, then the wood, then the coal, ^
▲ and apply match to kindling. If it fails to burn, take everything ^
▲ out and carefully reset and relight.
▼ 6:30 A.M,—Wash your hands and dust your clothes. JBf.,
^ 6:35 A.M.—Fill the coffee pot with water and coffee in sufficient quantities ^
tand set on stove. V ▲.
7:00 A.M.—The stove is getting hot and so are you, Don’t worry. ^
^ 7:30 A.M.—A cheerful (?) voice from the dining room calls, ‘'Well, any time J
^ today for that coffee.” :j X |
t THE NEW WAY ♦
♦ Set the ELECTRIC PERCOLATOR, already attacked to the house T
wires, on the table. Then a “Twitch of the Switch” and Electricity doe* ^
J the rest. 2
^ This starts the day right. No dirt. No work. No worry. No screwed £
▲ up face. No wrinkles. No burned hands. No harsh words. But plenty of ^
▲ good coffee and. just think, seven cups of coffee for 1 1-2 cents worth of y
▲ electricity. 7,
♦ Buy in Hot Springs #
♦ Citizens Electric Co. ♦
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