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ENTRIES AND HANDICAPS
By F. J. ORTELL
SATURDAYS SELECTIONS.
FIRST RACK RAGGEDY MAN. DAHLIA. S N’t »W DRI ,-T
SBtVNH RACK Hl> HoWVRD, ANNA KRl'TKK, CANON RIUDGK
THIRD ra« k zim sistkr srsiK, SYPII.
KOFKTII hack gRI MI Y. ol’I’oKTl MT1 Tl|(iRNI HI.K
FIFTH RACK OTHKt.l.O, MARS CAKSIDl WIKK MAN
SIXTH RACK KITTI.K SIRING. TI'Rco. IMPRESSION
ONE 11KST EH 1IOW ARM.
EVENTS FOR MAIDENS AN OPEN EVENT.
FIRST RACK Maiden thlee year old six furlong
Horse. .foikcy. \Ygl ILde
Raggedy Man (MvTakgaiti 11: Ion Throw out his mud races
Ikihli.t totierii ,i.1 "7 -ex Some court* very good
Snowdrift it'iumm ... la? ax This one has shown good trials.
Nan is ter Tot liliiTl ... Ill si Improving steadily with racing
Nepotism (Williams) . ill 'H \Xnh ihis rider exeellent elinnc*.
Cousin Bob t.Mrrlmee) 1 <>:• *5 Till* one m ix unset calculations
Rubble (Carroll) Iul Ml Report, d to nr very Iasi
Oration < Warren) . .. Ium 95 May be clost-i tip; fit
l“n*ha (Uaugel) . Km M;‘ lias shown ordinary form.
Frtxt iHavnrsi . in? 91 Rare to xx uk may score,
ED HOWARD BENEFITED BY PREVIOUS EFFORT.
SECOND RACK Tliiee year olds and ii|ixx.nd. selling: six furlongs.
Home. Jockex. Wgt ltd.
Ed lloxvard tCrumni.*l"f. loo Will improve over Iasi nice.
Anna Kruter (Seherrei ) lux HU < 'n xx. . in I nn xxill lie la. lor.
Canon Bridge (Rice) ... r "f* 9s in Ihis lit Id will he dungcrou
liars and Stars (Gaits. It . ... 117 97 Throw out his previous effoit,
Tom Caro (Carroll) .1 ufi (ul Displayed ex -client spetd lust out.
Comment'll) tGourleyi . t-Did 95 Very lesirahle and consistent
Alex lirli (Kvke) . iM* !H lit effort* give chance.
Progressive (Rodrigues) .*105 Ml Races best over slow tracks.
Ibxn (Oheitl . .,. K'l 91 Has shown steady Improvement
PlaudRo i.VIcTagcurt) . 110 Ml Yesterday's race was creditable.
Brain Horn t Fuerst» . 112 90 Rest efforts aie over route.
ZIM A REGULAR SPEED MARVEL
THIRD RACK -Three year elds ami upward, selling; six furlongs
Horse. Jockey. . Wgt lldc.
7dm (Warrciil . 115 100 On edge for best effort
Sister Susie (Crump). *99 99 Previous races make her factor
Sybil t Jeff cot i :>92 98 Fnder Impost will go well.
Gnhella W. (MerlmeD . *Mt 97 li as spec I and fit and ready.
Fathom t McTaggart) III 90 Received poor ride last start.
Ill-irk Beauty il.vket.*«7 95 Recent trials very good.
The Di ke t Morrison) .ttdnf 91 N. xx Orleans ui. es excellent.
l.ukeimie (Buxton) ■■ >"9 99 Track .-a lit Inns still him
Kciinh (Hopkins).11* »f May need me- for best effoit.
Bogy Johnson (Hnvnes) . lii'.t Ml May upset i ileulatlons
Gratitude (Williams) . 107 90 Pr.-xl.uislv slf.xxe.l little
Enjoy (Erickson) . *1(1 si) No chance in this field
FIELD EVENLY MATCHED IN MAURICE BATH HOUSE HANDICAP.
FOCRTH RACE Three year olds and upward, handicap, mile and a sixteenth.
Horse. Jockey. Wgt. lido.
Oiumpy fOhert) It* 100 lias a slight advantage here
Opportunity (Hoag) . 99 99 Recent p..-rf .rmanee- impressive
Thornhill (McTaggart) . Ill Ms <>n mie -rfurts .an •• -or.
Bivnilmnh (Crumn) . 101 97 Previous race makes him dangerous.
OTHELLO SHOULD CAPTURE MAJESTIC HOTEL HANDICAP.
FIFTH HACRs-sThree year olds nnd upward; handh or. fixe and half furlong
Othello (McTaggart) . 112 100 lias tho.vn exeellent trials.
Mars Cassidy (Gaugel) . IK! 99 (’an lu- denended niton Pest t-lfovl.
Wiseman (Haynes) . 110 98 III- best in. C make him contender.
David Craig (Ohert) . 103 97 \\ th his speed nmv score here.
Citne Rin I Murphy ) lufi 9fi Tliis one max tips, t caleiilatlons
Kultu) (lake) 100 95 Has speed lun non-stayer.
Busy Jo.- (CrumpI . 97 94 Rounding lo Ids best form
Jacobs (Fairbrolhert . 107 9 1 Prefers a longer route
D.mltrl (Williams) 112 9' Doubtful staitei
Hanovtn (Ru-i-h . Ili! 91 V'-ry Very slow beginner.
Courtly I .ass iMerlmee) Km) 9(1 Does not belong to this company.
LITTLE STRING SHOULD REPEAT.
SIXTH RACE Three year olds ind upward, idling; mile and seventy yards
Kittle Siring tCarroll! . >;I19 lull Performances iu-r.- imiuessive.
Tutx-o (Merlmeei JM»9 99 At xx-ighis will he troublesome.
Impression (McTaggart) . 11" ux Has speed for distance; ready.
lKu* (Rcherrer) .. -ft-1'"p MT Previous effort gives oham'e.
Bun A t ouud (Crump) . .. -s-Kfil mi! This one always runs Well.
Rtellellff i Willi .nisi . HO 95 l.et race creditable ope
* D -notes 5 lbs appiertlcc allowance claimed.
WEATHER PI.KAIL TRACK FAST
SENTINEL-RECORD CHART
THIRD DAY’S RESULTS
J 'WEATHER f’LKAR, TRACK FAST.
FIRST HACK Claiming. Fuis* $;,"<* F ■< horses and ‘••Mings 1 \ t -
* old and Sin. furlong : 8n t « w • • i - tl.v ;*1 ■ • dr. vine \\ • ; t
to post at 2:31 off in three minutes Winn* t. h u «5> Dick FurnelMSoo (loo.
Trained by .1 M Brown Value to winner. 4M“. Time. i ix i-f* 1:15.
Index. Horn*. Wt St L >« Sir. Fin. Jo key O. c p S
.loo D. .MS 2i *.• «h 2Va •HC II. Jeffcott 1-5 -5
... Fuzzy Wu«\ H? l H Pa UL j; i Murph> ?*•_•
.. Prime Mover .111 1“ Mi*-«6h tv. :?j \\ Crump . 1“ 10 t J
_Al Coutt . .IM :? 2i • 3» lh M Buxton .15 j<* x 4
_Cfc*h on Del .113 5 f»h 4h 5i 5 T Riee 15 15
.. .Will Do . 110 ti 7h Ink tfb. 0. I M'-T.u.;.it H x
_Ell Luce . ..lit* H xv, Tt'j 7-‘ I* St rllng .6 7 1
_r;arl .1IH 7 Snk 9U in m * Kuerst . .-x 10 1
_TriHte.n;i ll 12 IHM-UiVih II Steam .•* l"
.Toastmaster .11“ 1 »‘.i 1“ Mt pon.ic ft 1 > n«• M 1" t
...KustCr Greet*. 110 6 4h 5'j xi IP- L. ‘iiug.l . x x
....Jim Winn ....108 12 lit 12 12 l'J W M u;.*011 .50 '•» 1“
Joe D. was kept well up all the wav and standing lunl driv. n, t»* *• • L w**r,
down Fuzz' WfUSt\ Latter showed *d I 11: .! • d last . ug III. IV » in
Mover came with a good tush during *L < a ai d wu*> a. tug ai. nt;- t at . d
A1 <\>urt was a factor to last furlong.
IA SECOND MACK —claiming Put * 1* Inn and rcl.hm; t
'' ears old and no Start good, w • w ■ p!a. ■ 1. ,g \\ •
at 3, off in one minute Winner, h g 17 • Con.inr* 1 • I’.un i* w‘its 1. Trail 'd h\
J. M. Stowe Value to winner. $4““ Time. i * 5. : 11*. 1 15 1 ;►
Judex. Horse. Wt St *4 *••_. Str. Kin. Jockey. o C I* S
. . Uuilek .1“S 4 2h lh D 11V. V. Ciumo . Pi t• • I
a Mdi mol ■ h»s 7 lh h 2 Vj 21 v. \\ \ , l . t 6 • 5
...Milton Holder 115 f» 5i link 4h 3no I,. C ntix 15 15
. ...IVtlar .M5 5 3h 4Vj »v ink L l vkc x x :-7
. . . Pontefract ... 113 5 B .B 5\ J William* .-5 1 2*5 1-5
Rio Bl azon _1"!» l 6t 61 H; !-' Mori true l" 1- 0
. ...8emper Stnlwt llti 2 7i xi 71 ; K IBivnes .2“ 2“ *■• 5
. . . . K«> . 113 1“ HI 7 * \i Hi s; i;. Warren 1 - t
Wilton Camold 1!" 8 :*•' !• T Mclaggnri » . ’ •
_Wolfs Baths .413 12 12 12 12 10a (\ Uilbort • » «•• M 1
_Chr. McFenun P-s 11 lit lot*5,101 111 Schema •. x
_(‘apt. Ben .113 ti 101*611? 112 12 L Cuug*l .M 12 5 J \ j
Quick. ;ivnv forwardly. went into lead when called md won well in hand
Oldsmolvlle displayed high speed and lasted tnirlv well during -1 • tch diive Md
ton Roblee cam*- strong near end. Petlar was tirit.g n« tr end Bontefrai t bad
no mishaps and dropped back in brut sixteenth.
15 THIRD RACE—Claiming. Purse * .<•<> F • . .. ,,..,,1 md 11 mm! I'*v.•
* ^ and a half furlongs. St irt go-d. w-*n • ^il' i 1 ;\ 11 \\ a \
at 3:26. off in two minutes. Winner, ch in <3i t’h.iiuilh AuiI.kIi Tmitinl M
H. R Patterson. Value to winner. 44oO. Time. » !•/. tx 1 r. 1 t-5 '.ns 4
Index. Hor-e Wt. SL »4 H Str. Fin. Jock«-\ t* c B s
....Aunt Liz .. 103 4 11 *-a 1? 14 l; F Murphy » x-5 7-1“
. .. .Sansvmlng .. 116 1 2h 2; 2- 11 I npiart .2 11-5 1 1-2
_Sir Richard ...l"7 f» 4*.. 4; 4lt 3|»k W A Carroll .3 3 1 1-2
_Plaudlto .117 7 U 31 3*4 lh I M- Taggart ?V
i...Fueman .117 x 6h 7h 5h *. t r|ci h ;n* j.» 4
... .crwnkle .s*r> tl 11 l“i 6h 6h K Troiae . ...i“ ;*» 10 4
.... Bermudian ...115 j ^h t»v 7 f* 7h ti Shcrrer . .1" 1. 5
_Hondo .101 2 MU-.XL: to x-j B M in 1 ..,.10 1 2 5 7Va
... . Anth nv’s l*as» 115 5 3*ra 5v.3 (s; jn. l Clentrv .12 12 5 2*
... .Ijatira James .113 !< Mi 11 101 Mh K Havnes . .50 60 *20 B)
_Jungle .Ill 10 Oh Oh 11 1? J Schilling s 4
Aunt Liz showed high speed. mov*'d into good had at on <■ ai d laid others
Wife throughout. Ransyming wag prominent most ..t the w*»a t>u 1 tiling near end
Sir Richard gained steadily und* r hard urging md c ime last in 1 o>t seven!>
yards. Blguaito tired after being a strung : t doi. iv.inKi- wa> t>o ul\ handled.
Scratched, Myola.
15 FOI’RTH RACK -B e 1 F or 7-\ iv- • l«l< .and U'. Six fia Mnii*
• ” Start goinl for aU but Ad.»: a w •• 1 pL.ce driving \\ • • t t
at 3:54, off in two minutes. Winner, eh g tt.i B< Mr Quin* . \ lv Trained hv F
S. Fogg Value to wdnnei. 440" Time, 1... ix. 1 ;i
Index. Horse. \N't. St L *4 Str. Fin. Jo T%ev. o C* B s
.. ..Dimitri .115 j d? *1? B» 1 T. M*T:tggarL .. ‘ t 6-5 12
... ,Oiundv ... t \ 1
,., .Grwnwtuxi .. .1 10 4 5-j \\ :u l’ Murphv ». 4 3-2 3-5
. . ..Adrtlid .116 H x s 5h t. Wanen .•: 6 2 l
....Thirst .08 5 41 51* 4*^ 5h W. ‘hump 1* 2“ x 4
... .Taieb »att*r ..115 1 3l34 5h 61 sit .1 Williams x in 4 2
__Sir W Johnson 11“ 7 . 7: 7‘4 7* > F llayn.^ .5 7 2V. 1
....Traction .HO Oh 8 s t\ Falcbrother . .3 3 6-5 1-2
Dimitri broke last, showed high speed and led for entire list mee winning
easily. Urundy well up from start, held to hi- ta-k gatnelv and outstaved Lieen
wood. Ulter was lncline«l to beat in during stretcli run and lost second pLicc
thiouirh Murphv’s eff*'rt to avoid fouling »Jrund\ \*lali 1 wars jiractically left,
and closed good gar*. Traction was nev« setiouslv f.irmidald*
i’T FIFTH lt.\CK -Pm For . -y .ir--I- fnt tones. Start poor
If
Winner, oh f Marla Kunta-Dancing Wave Train. I l.y W Hurley Value to
winner. #400. Time, :.’3 4-5, .4s. 1 14 1-5
Index. Horse. Wt. St. ’» Htr Fin. .1 > kev. o c P s
....Bodtm Mtnrte*. Os 1 3t it 11 to 1 c-. w. iiumn ..*.'-5 3-7
....Rhvrno .101 5 3: ;,,i 3'j ;j 1,. L.vke .t 7 7-10 1-3
...,l>r. Tuek .107 :i 4S 4«v 4k 3t 1>. Rtcrltng .4 k 6-5 l
....Durwd Roberts OS 3 lh 32 3-V: ItO K I't vise 10 13 5 7-5
....Sanscrit ....... 10: 0 0 52 52 5a W. Ohort ... ...50 50 s :t
.... May Star .100 4 Ml 6 6 6 K. C. Watts ...50 60 10 4
Bedtime Stork's ran as if host, moved into lead after disposing of Roberta
end held lthyme safe In stretch Rhyme was well tin most of th. way and held
oil gamely in last quarter. I>■ Tuck finished fa. t aft-o' slow lieginning. Dur
ward Roberts showed fine Speed for three furlongs and tired as If short
□ SIXTH RACK—Claiming. Purse #500. For 4-veor-olds and up Mile and
seventy yards tstait good: w->n driving place same Went to post at
4:5<v. off In four mlmites. Winner, eh f Kockton-Hi Tosco II Trained hv II.
Ni UKteter. Value lo w inner. #4'*o. Time :24 1-5. is 4-5. 1:14 4-5. 1:43 1-5, 1:46 3-5
Index. Horse. Wt. St. »; *4 Str. Fin. Jockey. O <’. I' s
7,. .4 • ihiiulta i .156 3 3h 5*4 4h It It I,, l.vke ...3 5-5 3-5 1-4
,. .Quiz .-.101 5 5 It 41 6 Git 3VV K. Tt vise ..13 tl 3 3k4
4! Mahol Dulwb .110 1 2'.j 3h 314 ;h :H 13 Haynes . 0-5 3-5 14
, Holgye let f 41 4's - 5t lh W Crump 3' |i,-5 i |.:t
....Bululu ...._ 101 3 U It It 41 5>'a Relmirw ...5 6 S-5 3 43
7 Voluspa, ,,....100 6 6 3h 3h 6 6 1*. Cooper ..15 13 4 s-5
flibrrdtar was restrained until rounding into stretch, where he came fast to
outst-ty Quiz «ft>-r a hard drive. Quiz lost much ground at turns but finished
witli great determination. Mabel Dulweher had to lip hard urged in stretch to
outstav Bulges Hatter weld fairly well Kata la quit Voluspa showed a high
order of epeod during middle half but t hod,
0
‘TAG BAY” TODAY
FOB HOSPITAL III HI
LARGE NUMBER OF YOUNG
LADIES WILL CO-OPERATE IN
RAISING FUND FOR
CHARITY.
Today is "Tag Day" for the I eo X.
I.evy .Memorial Hospital in this city,
one of the most excellently appointed
charity hospitals ever built in the
south. Tliere will be a. large number
of young- girls art today distributing
the tags, and there is certain to bo a
liberal rosi>onse on the part of the
public,
Thir hospital is operated lure for
charity purpo es. and is non sectarian,
lending the whole of i's good purposes
and objects to the assistance of per
sons who are afflicted anil who are
unable to pay for attention. It was
founded by the n'Xai It. iih organiza
tion of the south we t. and l.eo X
l.evl of Galveston. Tex., was cue of
the largest individual -importers, the
Institution having Imen named from
him in honor of tin* substantial s p
port that he gave to it.
-n-——
Dr. Teotard K. KlILs, who has been
serving as Lieutenant Colonel in the
Kitvrt Arkansas regiment, will return
to the city rind he in ills office after
Friday, February fh. f it; if.
GOING TO THE RACES?
Cadillac Auto service will take yt i
there on Time. Automobiles for lure
ai al, hours. PHONE 775.
RAILBIRD'S SELECTIONS.
First 1 tic i' It a aged \ Man, Dahlia,
Nepotism.
Second Race tViminensi.i. F..I Howard,
f'laudilo.
Till d Ka o Fathom. <>idiells \V. His
ler Susie
Fourih Race Grumpy Itrvnllmnh.
Thornhill „ .
Fifth Race- II tnovla, David Craig,
Mars Cassidy
Sixth Race Impression. Stelcliff. Lit
tle String.
McCHESNEY S SELECTIONS.
First Ha c Dahlia. Pasha Raggedy
Man.
..and Race Kd llow'iril, Alex GiUz.
Commute . c
I hint It.. Grumpy. < ii.portunllv.
Th inhill
Filth Rue Kultur. Wlxemnn, Dan
ny In
Sixth Ra. a Impression, Tina). Slel
dill.
-o
THREE CAR IPADS HE
AUTOMOBILES RECEIVED
i
MR. SIDNEY M, NUTT RECEIVES
THREE CAR LOADS OF NEW
MODELS.
Wi li he opening ii the I'.'IT sea.-un
ot autell i..ie.s, t.. * „\i \\ I enlla ii
received a tin .1 lead of new nu.h
' 'verland-W ii > - K!i:„ and I'u . \
1 l.ilj Ca. . nl' 1 aif >w .* e. a
■it JIT I’enu.il avenue,
Ni « I- the t me to se’.ee. yi iir ear.
i) in .. that 1 Hi das-. The Ov .id ■
a ar >. .'I e jiruarl in A Hand ■ 1 1!
Mud' uita . it .u.-tion every rme yoi
drive i . 'I ere's a iriacei imii.idai
iy to he in .'land body lues <1 ;d a
lux ido'iM. ss and cenvenine e to its
ijc lie uiT'-eiiluo liv ! a it a e it *h •
.nit .i■ i e I- di 10.11 u
mr-ri; "v 1 iisirle;ed.
’b. * ; llv 1 innd ..i o; ; Hera y
.. .— ■■
' Ka mo: 1: v.'s rail ! dip■. it
MFrV FASHIONS
IN WHITE BOOTS
Anti eadb su or rtf on sees more
o 1. 1 m on i he street t—tr >m
"KIAMW K'R'S 1 tea ut if ill White
I Garden.
The style pie ured Is n rhajsie
ter is tie mode :r <-■ t in demand.
To ! e had in Snowa Whi.e
1'urk—Sixes 1 to !»— A A.A to
D
Priced $5.00
Same tomes w’th ilie new
"natch l.o Ls lleo " ";,he bl*
low heel hit.' a wonderful sho •
for those woh want tyle ec n
hi.ied with the low heel.
Kempn ePs
The Shoe Store Ahead
Expert Chiropodist iu aiten
d.inee.
RACES TODAY
# Under Auspices of
Oakfawn Jockey Club
SIX RACES EACH DAY, COMftlENCINC AT 2:30 P. HI.
Gentlemen --- $1.50 Ladies - - - - $!.QO
Box Seats, Reserved, $1.00 Extra.
NO MINORS PERMITTED ON THE GROUNDS
mir demonstrators li.no the plow sort
of rhowlng you. ivrsnually tlio ou;.
ride In it. test it out, consider thit:
is u <«r of ,i;oa; antt ed, :an-?-|:roveu
q.ia.lit', then "to you no ti b v a
ear. think well. The Overland is u
ear within the reach of every pur
(baser, and at the same time an u
tonic! i'e vvhieh vv.11 always perform
'•s «iut' - and perform iN m well.
The Overland tact< r;c nave placed
underneath the hood o: tiudr <ors o.ic
of the best engines tn ! ,> ' .tn.I np'>n
ear today. The Co:., n nta! niotoi
lies no ■et>nal.
And when you come :,i a- t ie q ie -
tion—-"What ear?" - yo a ill naturally
sax The (>xerland *
These are only a few of the rea- n.
xviiy antoniohi e owners today p; ■ t"r
the Ox' land and UTly s-Kiiigi t cars
to any other • :ir in its Has-.
Trv « *-f<ecisr<l XX A£. *
ANTIQUES. I
If y..u M. Inteifi.il in Antin'i- - old
bin*- china o\e< one hundred yea's old; |
hi .1 ->/ ivvlei, and foreign cm a*s (from
* ’llh i and Mexico), d •m’’ fail to my
l ('! - o n 11 collection of nnfiquei-. whop 1!
collected during ton years travel, and !
am r."W selling at a saerit to**,
l law* also taken over the goods of1
>11 LITTI.iO SH* »l‘ (ladles' gno-is, nov- 1
elites and handwork) and am silling
these fti a lug reduction in order to
• lose out ill stock as quickly as j»*»- -
si111e X -t ,t-e my w indow display at I
« ' • ! • t ' 11 avenue.
3-7-if MRS. VV. JT KAMSlalR.
RECTOR AND SAWYER.
API * -
The pai uf rslitp between E. \Y. Hec
tor ii' ■! nr.sclt l oving been tiicpi ’ .••
oil by the death 01 >,r. Hector, 1 ,H ill
eoiit.iiue the practice of law under the
firm name of Hector1 and Sawyer,
heretofore used, this continued use
o; it’s name having been generously
sngL'i ted and permitted by ids fam
ily. L. E. SAWYER,
J lot Springs, Ai l;., Feb. 9, 1917. 2-2-tf
LOCAL AGENT RECEIVES THREE CAR LOADS OF AUTOMOBILES 4 ]|
OVERLANDS, WILLY’S SLIGHT, COUNTRY CLUB MODELS, MOW ON EX
HIBITION AT THE NEW CENTRAL GARAGE, 237 CENTRAL AVENUE
f.onlf for the Tn^ . it is \uwr punrtintee of Master Sena re
A Glance
j JUST one glance will reveal
J the painstaking care of our
i quality cleansing service.
i «! No possible trace of soil re- I
mains; hence, in many instances, I
party gowns and wraps, after .
cleansing, are more fresh and !
beautiful than when purchased.
TELEPt lONE US
1147
All Calls Given Instant At. i
tention. Prompt and Cour
eous De'ivery.
,1
You Arc Invited to Inspect
Our New Patent Dry
Cleaning and Steam
Dying Plant.
It is as complete as you will find in
the United States. The only one of
its kind in the city, and we have
the only GLOVE CLEANING MA
CHINE in Hot Springs.
WE DO ALERATIONS FOR I E E !\/l P O R 1 LJ |V| OUR P«'CER ARE REAS.
LADIES' AND GENTLE ' ^ m » ■ ■ ■ » ONAQLC AND OUR SER.
——— Dry Cleaning and Steam Dying Plant. 211 Central Ave. —■ "*Pip_:__

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