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ONE CENT A WORD EACH INSERTION. POSITIVELY ALL CLASSIFIED ADS CASH WANTED W ANTED—Room or room ami board in private family by rotineil «otiu "oman. Addreas G. A. M. this office. __9-11 w k WANTED—-A good fresn milk cow. Call 407 or 1345. 9-1-.Jt "ANTED—For about a week or ion days the services of a good accouut ant. Don t bother or take up time unless you are onto your jou. Apply to 212 Valley street !)~13-2t WANTED—Laborer; apply manager Thompson building. U-12-.,t WANTED—Colored middle-aged wj man; good cook; two in family; no washing; $5; line home. Tel 9520. _u-ii-31 \\ \NTED- Girl or housekeeper; must be able to eook; good home for right party. Phone 12tt(i city. it 11 ::i WANTED—We buy, sen and e.vliHime new and second-hand furniture, dm mattresses made now. Danders Mat tress Co, J. U. Reynolds, Prop. Phono ^ WANTED Palmi 1. clairvoyant Con sult the oldest and the best. Spirit ualist meetings Sunday s p. m. Read ings daily . See Dr. Wheeler. 22 m Kouth Central avenue, ami Henderson avenue. Take Oaklawu car. s-2.> u WANTED—Plain sewing. Apply 121 Hill St., phone 1773. 8-20-tf WANTED—Persons of all ages to en roll in our day and evening classes. Hot Springs Rusluess College 8-11-lino. WANTED All kinds of carpenter FOR RENT For Truth Kill acres smooth whoa land, ilailley county, Texas. Wan city property lieer or elsewhere . m quire \V. 11. Dcckray, Central hotel. 9-12-3 FOK KENT—Furnished apartineui lit) per month Apply llawsou’s stor 201 Grand avenue. y 11 FOR KENT--One or two rooms wit or without housekeeping. Apply Fid Central avenue. y-ll-lwl FOW EEXT--iUeautifully furnishe. apartments atul rooms, centrally io rated, l’lioiie 2315. Maurice apart inont. Flat E. Take Park avenue oat 9-6-Inn FOR RENT—Nicely furnished cot tages and flats; all modern con veniences; $10 per month up. Take Park avenue car to Doll st., Inquire 14 Dell. Phone 2062. Free garage. FOR RENT—Cottage, 1-rooms an< hath. Call St. Johns Place or phont 1532 3-22 tf FOR RENT—Close in, modern furnish ed cottagen, apartments ond rooms Mrs. Joe Some, 415 Quapaw Avenue Phone 1329. 8-7-tf. FOR RENT—Modern appointed furnished cottages, on Cedar street. Apply 209 Cedar street, or telephone 299. 4-18-tl FOR RENT Beautifully furnishe, rooms and apartments, 615 Park ave liue Phone 777. 8-29-lm. SIMANTON'S Mud Baths, furnished FOR SALT t KOIt SALE— IJatli room complete, t barber shop. did 'Malvern avenue. 9-13-tt t FOR SALE—Furniture oi l:t room apartiuentbou.se; modern, steam beat; ■ building for rent; good location; call 8 Henderson avenue. Phono 2047. ' i tr i FOR SALE—"Cheap account of new draft The Camouflage, til5 tetuiui ; avenue. Good paying soft drink and light lunch stand. Inquire on pretn - 1 ises. 9-G-tf FOR SALE—Fixe passnger Paige touring car, one Paige chummy road > stor, one Ford raadster. .Market Street Garage. Phone 100. O-G-tf FOR SALE—Hupp roadster; in good mechanical condition; can easily bo used for truck or five passenger lour ing car, also good sound, gentle horse, wagon ami harness. All can be seen at the Arsenic spring. Demonstration of car in afternoons. Phone 4G0. 1 9-3-tf I ——— a- - - m .— FOR WALK -All around horse, cheap if taken at once. Apply Emporium ' Cleaning and Dyeing Plant. Phone 8-17-lino. FOR SALE—Furniture of 7-rooui modern house; rent reasonable; good location. Address T. A., Sentinel Record. s -17—tf FOR SALE—Suburban nome, ten acres, all tillable, good spring, new modern house, gas electric light, wa ter, telephone and garage; on Malvern road, one mde from city. Price $7,900: easy terms. Phone 798. 3-10-tf FOR SALE—Or will exchange for contracts, Lot us figure on your work No job too small or too large. Phone 2073 or 2053. 8-11-1 ru. WANTED—To buy two carloads of second-hand furniture and stoves. Arkansas Furniture and Stove Co, 211 Third St., Phone S!*.S 5-18-lf WANTED TO BUT—Sacks. War prices paid for second-hand sacks. C. J. Horner Co. 10-29-tf WANTED—First class vuleatii/er Permanent work. Address J. If, this i office. 7-7-tf WANTED—Rest prices paid for ladies and gents’ second hand cloth ing and shoes B. Shay, 40S Mal vern Ave. Phone 2000. 6-6-tf [ WANT to clean your CARPETS aDd RUGS. Telephone 347 and wagon will call. Cha*. Hotchkiss, Mgr. 2-lfl-it WANTED TO BUY SECOND-HAND FURNITURE WILSON FURNITURE CO. 4135 Ouahlta Ave. Phone 2221. j Warehouse 202A Third Bt Phone 71. SSHMM Ml——MMUUI . I_ .■ I ... .1 I II II ■ —— WANTED—Highest cash prices paid for second-hand clothing, shoes, hats, •tc. 719 Central Ave. Phone 1006. Cleaning, pressing and repairing. Free auto delivery. 12—12—tX MOTELS AN• APARTMENT* THE OUACHITA FURNISHED ROOMS—Newly furnished through out; near bath house. All conven iences. Rates reasonable The Misses Busch, Props. 230 Ouachita Ave. 2-14-tf ’"park place at a rtm bn ts, Thone 1957. No. 16 Park Place. Strictly modern nicely furnished apartments, with hot and cold run ning water, gas, electric lights and bath. 1-2 block Park avenue cor line. Modern. homelike Apartments, thine furnished Prices reason cottages and batching apartments. Hi. liavine St. 100 feet off Park Ave. FOR HKNT—Furnished rooms; alsi light housekeeping rooms. 417 Qua paw avenue; phone 2153. 8-3l-lia< LIGHT airy houaeaeeping rooms. ont tlock from hath house; electric lights; 11.BO per week and up, 216 Court 8t Phone 1«4S 7-14-tl FOR RENT—Tombler Apar'ments; 1 6 room, with batli and sleeping porcl on third floor; furnished or unfur nished, for six months Attractive rates if taken at once. Tel. 476, oi call at Algonquin flats. 3-31-t APARTMENTS FOR RENT. Five and three rooms, beautifully furnished, with bath; close in; lies location end near bath houses; $15.01 and $20.00 per month. 414 Prospcc avenue. 7-9-t ttHfcXTANT M.ttjNibitBn COTTAGE! 423-429 Whiitingion—apply 473 Whit lington Phone 534. 6-10-1 THOS. H. DOHERTY FURNISHED COTTAGES Clean and homelike; 3 blocks from center of c-Uyr. Rates; $12 per month and up. 705 Malvern Ave. Phone 860 or 507. Cor. Malvern and Jefferaon. LOST AND F4MJNB LOST Pair of gold rim giasr • Phone 19 and receive reward. 9-12 LOST Extra Republic tire, tube ui rim, 34x1 1-2, new, never been useu Return to Dr. .1 I! Shaw, and receive reward. 9—10- 1 wl LOST— Brooch: pearl sunburst, witl diamond in center, Tuesday evenini on Army and Navy General dlospita grounds. Reward for return will r paid by W. K Williams at hospital. 9-12-1 NOTICE FOR RE-PUBLICATION. Hnnarlnmni nf Dm Ini nrliir IT Sw 1 111 * — « Dj/ivi.iuu, Iiiv»uri II house. 19 rooms; elegantly furnished. Phone 1216 or 2300. 5-15-tf FOR SARE Oil RENT—1-room house, corner of Ash and Palmetto Sts.; easy terms. Apply Ilr. M. (1. Thompson, over Schncck Drug Store. 7-11-tf KOlt SARE- Ford car in good condi tion. Phone 2392. 8-21-tf POR SARE—'Extra fine milch cow an young calf. Mrs. Tom Milan, come •1th and South ■street. 8-2-i-U FOR SALE—-The best small hotel In ■ lhe city, centrally located; will sell • at a bargain if sold before July 1. Address, H J., this office. 6-9-tf Mill Wood ! Hickory and Oak $2.75 per load C. J. Horner Co. PHONE 4CS-4C7-7J. LEGAL NOTICES'" NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION. Department of tho Interior, f. S. 1-ind Office at Rittlo Hock, Arkan sas, August 9. 1918. Notice is hereby given that John W , Howard, of Bloc her, Arkansas, who on August lit, 1911, made homestead entry No. 011120 for N 1-2 SH 1-1; l NE 1-4 SW l-l and SE 14 NIV 1-1, ; Section 8, Township 1 N, Range 18 W I 5th principal meridian, lias filed no ■ lice of intention to make three year proof, to establish claim to the land 1 above described, before 1 ntted Slater i Commissioner, at Hot Springs, Arkan* sas. on the 17th day ot September I 1918. , Claimant name* as vv*iinesses: Dav* I) Ont'all, «>f Electi'i< , Arkansas, Sam i H. Dunean, of Electric, Arkan as , George Iviester, of Electric, Arkan * sas; .1 ohn Gcuriu, of Electric, Arkan* ! sas. : JOHN W. ALLEN, I (Tues.) Register WARNING ORDER. I - ’ lu the Chancery Court, ot Harlan * Count.', Ark. Gus Strauss, Plaintiff * vs. W. -11. Newton, et al, Defendants 1 The defendant, w. H. Newton, i ! warned to appear in this Court wit In * thirty days and answer the complain . of the plaintiff, tins Strauss. 5 Witness my hand and tho seal o * said Court this 20th day of August . 1918. g • | P. W. ROWL108, Clerk. By D. W. PAltttBR, 1). C , Berry 11. Randolph, Att'y for Plaintiff f H. P. Cbappel, Att’y ad litem. WARNING ORDER. lu the Circuit Court of Garland County, Ark. Louisa G. Biasdel, plain tiff. vs. Robert H. MeRoberts, De fendant, New York Life Insuran t Company, R. T. Cook, Garnishee. The d defendant, Robert R. MeRoberts, i« fl'warned to appear in tiiis Court withii thirty days and answer the complain! a] of the plaintiff. Louisa G. Biasdel yi Witness iny hand and theseal of sail e Court Hits 12th day of .Septeinbe" IMS. ,r P. W. BOWLES. Clerk S H. P Chappell, Att'y ad Litem. Try a Sontinol Record Want Ad, Office at Liltio Hock, Ark , Juut> 11 1918. Notice la hereby given that Williun T. ITummer, of Gladstone, Arkansas who, on March 21, 1912, mado Homo stead Entry, No. 09510, for S 1-2 S 1 aw i-t nw i i. sw t i sw i-t si 1-4. NW 1-4, NW 1-4 NW 1 4 NE 1 SW 1-4, SW 1-4 NW 1-4 NE 1-4 SV 1-1, SW 1-1 NE 1-1 S|^V 1 4. S 1 SE 1-4 NE 1-4 SW 1-1, S 1-2 SW 1 N1V 1-4 SE 1-1. SE 1 4 NW 1 4 SI 1-4, Section 7, T. 1 N„ H. 21 W.; SI 1-4 NE 1-4 SE 1-4, S 1-2 NE 1-4 N1 1 i SE 1-4, NE 1 1 NE 1 I NE 1 SE 1 1, See. 12, T. 1 N. It. 22 W. 5t! Principal Meridian, has filed nolle of intention to make three year prool to establish claim lo the land abov described, before United States Com miasioner at Hot SprlDge, Arkansa' on the 22rd day of July, 1918. Claimant names as witnesses: Marion S. Wallace, of Gladstonf Arkansas: Abraham L Caldwell, o Cedar Glades, Arkansas; Marion ( Melton, of Cedar Glades, Arkansas Columbus P. Parker, of Cedar Gladei Arkansas. JOHN W. ALLEN, Register. 1 (Saturday) -o WARNING ORDER. In (lie Chancery Court or Garlan County. Ark. Mabel Counts, Plaint if vs. .1. G. Counts, Defendant. The df fendant, .1. G. Counts is warned i appear in thie Court within thirl days ami answer the complaint of tl Plaintiff. Mabel Counts. Witness my hand and the seal - said Court this 29th day of Aug., 191 l-\ W ROWLP.3, Clei l K 1 lodges, Esi|, Att.y ad Litem alile. Best of references, rlioue .Vo. 20 or 691. M. Yager._ sI'1'11' WILSON COZY INN—428 1-2 Ouachita Avenue. Two room apart ments, bath, laundry included. Al so nicely furnished rooms. All mo dern. One block of bath house. Phone 1797. Mrs. Joe Wilson, Prop !i-12-'.f THE PLAZA — Light housekeeping apartments and furnished rooms all modern, enc osed sleeo'ng porches; beautiful location; opposite U. S, Su perintendent's resodence. 610 Reserve Avo. Phone 954. Mrs. M. F. Groen QUELLA APARTMENTS. 2 and 3 room apartments; mod ern; strictly flrstclass accomo dations; also rooms, Hot ami cold running water and sleeping porches. 808 Park Ava. Phone 1023. FOR RENT—Modern Y. 2. % 4-room aparementa; all conveniences and bath; laundry Included. 137 Creat St. and No. 11 Carlton Terns*. Phone 1551. Rooms $100 week, up. 10-15-tf MtLLSTEAD APARTMENTS—Modern light housekeeping suites; brick build ing, Ideal location. Also single room with fanning water; gas included. 137 Cfaopol 8t Phone 818. Mr*. Chat •a* nr, Mgr. _ LE«AL NOTICES WARNING ORDER. Tn the Chancery Court of Garland County, Ark. Georgia State Savings Association and Kdwanl \V. Bell, Trustee, Plaintiffs, vs. Minnie O, Webb, Calvin J. Webb, et al, !De fenda nts. The defendants, .1. W. Jenkins Company, Kasteru Cloak end Suit Company, lidding Brothers and Com pany, itothschild Brothers Hat Com jiany, Brown Shoe Company, The Morgan Anderson Company, Singer Moss Clothing Company. Schwarz ai Wild, Hargadine-McKiltrick Dry Goods Company, G. N. Iti\, Trustee, are warned to appear in this court within thirty days and answer the complaint of the plaintiffs, Georgia State Savings Association and Kd ward W. Hell, Trustee. Witness my hand and the seal of said court this 2(Jth day of July, A D. 1918. F. W. WGWLKS. Clerk. S. W. GAHItATT, Attorney ad litem. S-2-Ow NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION. Department of the Interior, f. S. J^and Office al Kittle Rock, Arkansas, Sept. (i. IBIS. Notice is hereby given that Thomas II. Barker, of Jessevilr, Arkansas, win on October Ik. 1914, made homestead entry No. Oll-LPi. for 15 1-2, NW 1 1 SW i I, MW 1- | NA\ 1 | SAV 1 I. Sec.?, Sad S 1 2 N15 i t SI5 I », ami S 1 2 fc*K 1-4. Section J, Township 1 N, Range Hi W, Ctli Principal Meridian, lias riled not ice oi munition to make Three year Proof, to t'slablitdi claim to the land above described, before U. S. Commissioner, at Hot Springs Arkansas, on the loth day of October 1918. Claimant names as witnesses: Hay wood Smith, of Jesseville, Arkansas: Tom McTtoy, of Jesscvlllo, Arkansas; Albert I.. Maatby. of Jesseville. Arkan - sas: iNapoluan Davis, of Jesseville, Arkansas. JOHN W. ALLEN, (Tues.) Register WARNING ORDER. In the Chancery Court of Garland County, Ark A. G. Hinton, plaintiff, vs. Cassie Hinton, defendant. The defendant. Classic Hinton, warned to appear in this court within thirty days and answer the complaint of the plaintiff, A. G. Hinton. Witness nty hand and the seal of .said court this litli day of August, 1918. 1\ W. UOWLBS, Clerk. 11 1> CIIA1TEL, Atty ad Litem. -o Uae Kiggets Golden T'p Tea fox making Jced tea. This tea 1* pro cured only frum the early flowery pickings, which in t’il* eovintrv If found in but few of the most cicltiaivf stores, and then at prices varying from $2.(H) to $5.00 a pound. Price $1.00 a pound. For sale ky R. G. Mor ru Drug Oo. Phone *42 6-10 tf. —— o — - OR. R. A. SIMPSON, has returned and can he found at hit offices In t&e Arkansas National Bank Bldg., ground floor, elevator on tranca. 6-6-tf -o— - Try a Sentinel-Kecord Want Ad. — - ■ - ■ — — — - ♦ « l Parcel Post Rates J ♦ ♦ •♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦*♦♦• 'All merchandise shipped by mall takes parcel post rates Packages up l» t ounces In weight ate earned at the rate 'tt 1 cent an ounce, regardless of dis tance. Packages over t ounces are charged for by the pound. The rate per pounds carries according to the distance which la measured by the (government tone system, each gone covering a cer tain number of mllea fioin point of ahlp monl nistsncA and talcs ate shown in tho table below: Zone Peundi. Local. 1 and 2. Zone 3* 1 1.05 <05 t.OS I 2 .05 .0* .03 • a ,03 .07 .10 4 .07 .01 .12 8 #7 0» .14 3 .08 .10 .13 7 (IS U .13 « .OS .12 .M > .09 .12 .22 10 .10 1« .*4 II .10 15 .23 It .11 .13 .28 IX .11 .IT .80 14 .12 13 3S 38 12 19 24 13 .13 .20 .38 IT .11 21 S3 It .14 .22 .40 19 .14 .11 .*2 20 .15 .24 .43 21 .13 26 22 .13 24 3* .15 .27 24 .17 .13 24 .17 .29 23 13 29 27 .11 II 23 .10 It 29 .19 .12 90 .»» 1« 11 20 .2* 22 .21 14 at .it .if 34 .« 22 38 .21 29 83 . 28 . 40 *7 23 41 S3 24 .42 3 9 24 .42 49 26 .44 41 .28 .48 42 .M .43 43 . 23 . 47 44 .27 .43 3| .27 .49 40 23 .80 47 .2* .81 43 29 5! 49 .29 *2 80 SO .84 T’ackeRes ere carried by parcel peat nd are handled lust like any other mall satter. They arc delivered to your box T your nirnl mall carrier If you lire nn rural route, or delivered to your door f rou live In a cltv where there la car ter aervlee. or delivered to your local ostofflce If vou live where there la na oarrler aervlee. ONLY IN first AND SECOND ZONES. mST ZONE —I.ocai Rate—Thla rate applies on Parcels mailed at a Poatofflce for delivery on Rural or City Carriers' Routes ftom such office. It also enptlei on parcels mailed on one parr of such 4 route to be delivered on other routes from the same office. SECOND ZONE—Any other PostJfftci up to 150 miles. THIRD ZONE—150 to 100 mllea. H II dMSt.KT, Postman ter. — «Lil did 11134, As 3 LEGAL NOTICES COMMISSIONER'S SALE. Notice is hereby given, that in pur suance of the aut^prity and directions contained in the decretal order of the Chancery Court of Garland County, made and entered ou the loth day of June, A 1>. l‘J18 in a certain cause (No, GG.il) then pending therein be tween the Southern Surety Company complainant,, and M. J. Murphy dc feudant, the undersigned, as Commis sioner of said Court, will offer for sale at public vendue to the 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 lot judicial sales, on (be 23rd day of S'' i tember A.D. 11*18, the following de scribed personal property, to-wit; 2 1-3 in. taps; 1 1-tin.iap; 1 3 S in tap; J 1-2 in. tap; 1 3-4 In. tap; 1 1-iu. tap; 1 11-1 in. lap; 1 1 12 in. tap; 1 2 in. tap; 2 1 4 in. threading machines; square shank drills; i 1-2 in. wood bit 17 in. long; 1 7-8 In. wood bit 22 in. long; 1 3-1 In. wood bit; 1 exten sion bit; 2 braces; 1 stove drill set; pair snips; 1 3-lb. soldering Iron; 2 lb, hatch'd soldering iron; 1 Junva No. I -A stock and dies I 1 2-in. to J in; 2 No. 1 Armstrong stocks; 3 No 2 Armstrong stocks; t No. 2 1-2 Arm slrun;; st<v I., 1 No 3 Armstrong stock; 1 No. 2 Handy with dies 3 S in to 1-in; 1 No. <i ileaverettes; 1 No 23 Bcuvereltes; I No. 1-A Toledo; No. Toledo witli dies 2 1-2 In to a in; 1 No. 6 l’.H'JC. pipe machine com pleto timproved) with 3 II !’ motor also dies, guides and nipple chucks 2 dies for pipe machine, sets 1 I t In dies; 1 set 1 I 2 in. dies; 1 set 2 in dies; 2 sets 2 1-2 in. dies; 1 act 3-in dies; 1 set 3 1-2 in. dies; 3 sets t-i'i dies; I set G-in dice; 1 set I 12 nip pie holders; 1 No. 1-A Heaver cutler !? V11 ') Trine, cither, t 1 SCiiutor cutter; 1 No. 1 Barnes cutter; 1 No l names cutter; I 18-in. Trim, wrench; t BO-in. Trlnio wrench; radiator spud wrench; I 3-in. Colonlu rad. wrench; 1 No. 1 Brea I y cliaia tongs; 1 No. 2 Cirealy chain tongs; 1 crow bar 3ti in. long; 1 3-1 in. star drill; 111-1 in. star drill; 1 102-in. drill; 3 ill in. drill*; l 1-1 Jn. nip ple chucks; 3 1-2 in. nipple chucks'' 1 set 3-in. dies: 1 set nipple chuc iilotks; 1 set 2-in nipple holders; l No. 3 Trlnio cutter; 2 No I Trim.i cutters; 1 No. 1 Saunders cutter; 2 No. 2 Barnes cutters; 1 No. 3 ltarne cutter; 4 24-in. Trimo wrenches; 21 in. monkey wrenches; 1 2-in. Co lonial rad. wrench; i radiator bar wrenches; I No. I (treaty chain tongs. 1 crowbar 42 in. Ion;: 1 crow liar tin ia long 3 I-in. star drills; I 2-in drill. 1 1 in. drill; 3 cold chisels; 1 3-8 in nipple chucks; C> 3-1 in. nipple chocks 4 11-1 in. nipple chucks; 2 2- in. nipplt chucks; 2 3-lb. hammers: 3 13 lit hammers: 10 bustard files; 1 No. 1 Vatidcniiiui vise; I No. 1 Toledo vise 2 No. 2 Crane vises; 1 No. 23 Ueei vise; 2 11 ill. radiator spreaders; No. 02 Chamion post drill, 8 bits fa same; 2 sets 1-2 in. dies for No. Armstrong stocks; 2 set* l-l in. diet for No. I Armstrong stocks: 1 set .i-t in. dies for No. 1 Armstrong stocks; 1 set 1-2 in. dies for No. 1 Arms!row stocks; 3 nets 3-8 ill dies for No. . Armstrong stocks; 3 sets 12 in. Hie.1 for No. 2 Armstrong stocks; 3' so die for No 2 Armstrong stocks; ;; sett 3-1 inch dies for No. 2 Arm strong stock*; 3 sets 1 inch diep for No. 2 Armstrong stocks; t set 1-3 in. dies for No. 2 i 2 Arm strong stocks; I set I to i 1-4 in. or 2 1 2 in. Armstrong stocks; I set 1 1 I in dies and guide for No. 2 Artnslri ng stock; 1 sot 1 1-2 in. dies and guide for No 3 Armstrong stock; t set 2-in dies and guide for No. 3 Armstrong stocks; !) sets dies for No. t> Beaverettg stocks; 8 set* dies for No. 23 Beaver Beaver cutter; 1 net 1 in. dies xn:l guide for No. 1-A Toledo stock; I set 1 1-f in. diee and guide for No. 1-A Toledo stock; 1 set 1 1-2 in. dies and guide for No. 1-A Toledo stock; 1 set 2 in. dies and guide for No. 1 A To ledo stock; 10 cuttter wheels for No 2 Saunders cutlers; 12 cutter wlieew for No. 1 Barnes cutters; 2 cutto wheels for No 1 Saunders cutter; cutter wheels for No. 5 Barnes cut lers: 7 cutter wheels for N<> 2 Marne cutters; I miter wheel for No. 2 Trt mo cutters; 4 cutter wheels for No. Trimo cutters; tl rollers for. No. Trimo cutters: 4 rollers for No. Trimo cutters; 111 pipins for No. Barnes cutters: 7 pins for No. 2 Marne cutters; 2 laws 21 in. Stilson wrench es; 1 Warren Webster socket wrench; 1 plumbers furnaces; 3 7-in pots; 4 li-in pots; 1 2k-in. level; I pHi scales Cap. No. 24; 2 10-In. hack anw blades; 1 cut off sod; 11-2 in. to 3 itt. reamer: I compass saw ; 1 3-tn closet cleaning wire; I wooden mat let; I wire brush: 1 electric oxt^nsioi cord; I mop: 3 funnels; 1 tamper; 7 1-gal. oil cans: 1 copperized oilers; 10 2-in. test plugs; 1 6-in. test plug; 1 water bucket; II picks; 1 asphalt pick; 1 75—ft. sewer rod; I 20— ft. o» hie rod: 1 smoke test machine; plunger display stand; 1 solder mould 1 blow torch^7 6-iu pots; 1 Kmorv wheel! 11 pan1 scales Cap. 2021; back saw frame: 1 street key; 1 com prossiou pump; 2 hand saws; 2 com pass saw blades: 1 21-ft. eloeet duan ing wire; 1 25—ft. tape measure; dolly; 2 brooms; 1 well pulley; trowel; 1 window' cleaning brush; 1-gal. oil cans; 1 qt. Oiler; 7 4-In. tes plugs; 1 2-in. test plug rubber; dipper; 8 Hhovels; 1 wire fl ic brush 1 1(1 ft. sewer rod: 1 wheel barrow 3 plungers; 1 closet brush; 4 woo horses: 1 10-ft. step ladder; 1 pal trucks rubber tile: 3 benches: shelves partillotiA and machine foundation: 1 wood sink and frame 22x34: 1 ISJ j20 F. K. enameled Iron sink-: 3 3 x:l I It.U one piece enamnl iron sinks; 1 1fi; 1 iilx’ioenamel iron sink: 2 lf.x2len.ame iron drain boards; 1 1$*20 wood draw LEGAL NOTICES __ board; I pair sink legs; 1 3d-in. urinal with back; 2 hopper closet howls; & wash down closet bowls thigh tanks); 3 wash down closet bowls (low stink) 2 cant split closet seals; 3 white closet seats; 1 No. tni Hudson show er; 2 vit. low down closet combina tions; 2 3 I 2 foot porcelain bath tubs; 1 good cabinet No 2 complete; 1 San O-la outfit; 15 cans pipe solvent; 1 No. 3 Holer water heater; 2 No 133 New I’rot ess healers, gas stoves; 2 No. It!25 New ProcP s ranges; I 21 gallon ltaslian Morley tank heater; 1 steel safe, 1 3n ft. extension ladder; 1 tool box; ti I in. bras* plates; t», enamel high tanks; 2 vit. low down tank l plain Iron tanks; 1 hopper closet seat. I vlgiu showers; 1 San 0 1.a outfit; 1 San () l.a outfit; k!) toilet paper holders; 1 No 2 12 Ktintl water heater; 12 No. 23 Century tana heaters; 1 style No. 721 Chambers range; 1 No. .3 Cnderwood typewriter, in Variant! County, Arkansas Terms of sale On a credit of three months, the purchaser being required to execute a bond as required by taw and the order and decree of said Co.'.rt in said cause, with approved security, bearing interest at the rate of X per cent per annum from date of sale tin lit paid, a lien being retained on the premises sold to secure payment of tin' purchase money (liven under my band this 2Sth day of August, A t). IMIS K. \V KOW I.KS, Commissioner in Chancery. 1 Thursday ) WARNING ORDER. In the Chancery Court of Varlami County, Ark. Morris Nolan. Plaint ill, vs Kdna Nolan. Defendant. The de~ ikDiiiI Iviln.i Nolan is warned to an pear ill this Court wit hill thirty days ami answer the complaint oi th'» J’laiutilT, Morris Nolan. Witness my hand and the seal of said Com-; this 1 lth day of Septem ber, l'JlS. K W. Itow |cs, Clerw. II I’ Chappell. Alt’y ad Intern. SACRIFICE. On account or the continued had health of Judge Cobb 1 am forced to sell our home on Fourth street. This is an eight room house with good oil buildings. The lot is 100 by InO feet and the improvements could not timv he replaced for ]c*;s than $,',1100 00 There is not a more desirable stiliur ban home in ty<< city, if sold within the next ten days $800.00 cash will handle it I’hone Util Mrs. M S. Cobh. 8 27-11 Try a Sentinel Record Want Ad. * ♦ I f. N. Fuoil Ailtninl.erali.in. •Tist ez dc buckwheat take got flop roer on his fare, lir'er Bacon - rill’ dance ’rntin’ on say, srzco:— “One good tu'n tlesarves on nuth er.” eezee.— Moanin' flat of do srijer hoys go cn do He flghtin' for us, de leas' ive alls kin do is ter sen' 'em till de wheat—en pat buckwheat instid. Co'n meat, ryo cn barley flour ler ua will hc'p a iUl IUU. 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New York *nd Chicago limited, connect* at Memphis for all * 's'vT ii. m. dally, I.ltlle Rock and Mal vci n through train—connecting at Little 15,., u for Oklahoma and California. s uo p m daily. Llitlc Hock and Mol vei n, Memphis and Oklahoma. TRAINS ARRIVT* a ;jo a rn. daily from Mrmpht* and Little Rock and Alalvein. ;( Ob p in. daily, from Memphl*. New Tork. Chicago and all point*. ti 10 p m dally, from Little Rock, Mal vern and Oklahoma. No. «e. the l:oo i> rn. train, hue through eteel aleepera to Chicago and Kanaa* City, parlor car to Memphl*. dining oar from Little Rock. Elegant coachee lo Mempnle and Chi cago. Make* connection at Memphis foe ell point* No. «16. the 8 00 pm train, ha* a through eleeper to Memphl*. «l*n mikM oonnoctlou at Little Rook for Oklahoma City. Memphis, Dallas and Gulf. Depart. No 1 -Daily except Sunday, 7:00 a. in. Direct connections Ashdown wild Kansas City Southern, Frisco anil Cotton licit for Hope. Paris, Durant, Fort Smith, Joplin, Kansas City, ail points in Arkansas, Missouri, Texas land Oklahoma: direct connections for ail points diverging from Texarkana. no. sunaay oniy. departs at 10:45 for all points as above staled. Arrive. No. 2—Daily except Sunday, arrive* 2 .',i* p.ni. Connections from points as stuled above. No 1 Sunday only, arrives at 5:00 p in. from points as stated above. Missouri Pacific TRAINS DEPART. 1" r,5 p. m.-Nn 220. In I.tttln Rock and Memphis. Parlor car and dinar Hot Springs to Memphis. 5 10 p m — No. I*. St. Iknili-Ho Springs special, in I.It lie Kook, Memphis, SI l.nuls and Chicago 0:55 a. in No t»:i4, to Little Rock, St Louis and Texas points. TRAINS ARRIVE. 10.15 a m No. 17, Hot Springs Spot ial from Chicago, St. Louis, Mem phis and Little Wock. 2 as j, m Nn. 219, from Memphis Lit lie ltnck. Parlor car and diner. 10:2(1 p m No. Slid, from St. Louis ami l.llttc Rock. ♦ Secret Societies ♦ ♦ MASONIC. Hot Spring* Commander?, No. S, K. T., meats every first Monday. J II 11IJTTKR El ELD, E O. M C. IIK KMAN. Recorder. Hot Haring- Council. No. 2.1. R AH. M . niceta ever, second Monday after Chapter, E. J. GREEN. T. I. M. M C. HICKMAN. Recorder. Hot Spring- Chanter No. 17. R. A. M., meets every «eC<Vid and fourth Mnnrisv M II CAMPBELL. II. P. " M C HICKMAN. Secretary. Hot Minings , --dire No. «i\ P A A M.. Masonic Temple, firs! and third Erldnv* T .1 m.EDSOE. W. M. / M. C. HICKMAN, Secretary. SUMPTER LODGE NO. 419 F. & A. M. South Hot Springs, corner Wett Grand nnd Fifth streets. Regular communications second and fourth Fridays at !> o’clock p ni. Sidney L. Rims, \V. iM. Roy K. Iirmey, Secre t a r v B. IP. O. fk Hot Borings lodge No. 3Efl. n. P. O E, meets cveiy Wednesday evening at 8:34 sharp. at their new hall. cornet' Hnrlng and Valiev streets. Visiting brother* kordlally Invited K II BANCROFT, E. ». Robt. Wilsou, Secretary. EASTERN STAR. Hot Borinas Chapter. No. SS. O. R. S.. Maaonle 'Cemple. th'iit Monday si * n.mJ MRS A DEAN El J .3 WORTH, Worthy Matron Mtas Ulan' he Halley. Tecre'ny. CAMP NO. a. W. o. w. silver l eaf Camp N" 8. W, O W. meets second and fourth Friday night* nt \V. O. W. hull. Valiev street II A WHEATUKY. C. C. John E. Junes. Clerk. KNIGHTS OP COLUMBUS. Hot Springs Council No. 1746. Knight* of Columbus, meets every first and third Thuradnv in their new hall, second flno* of the building at the northwest corner of Hath and Exchange street*. Visitor* cordiallv invited to attend. W M T COKE. G. R. harry douoherty, d. g. k. royal NEIGHBORS. Vapnr Cltv Ciimn No. 6777. Roval Neighbors of America, meet* first *na third Wednesday of each month In the M W A. hall. Visiting neighbors ar* welcome. MRS ANNA WIKI JAMB. Oracle. Emma Harsh. Recorder. 'MODERN WOODMEN OF AMERICA Hot Springs Camp 13343 meets sec ond ami fourth Wednesdays at the K. T’. hall. George D. Midklff, consul; E K. Kyle, clerk. Cierk'a office Wash That Itch Away There i* absolutely no sufferer from eeterns who eter used the simple wash D. D. D. and dkl not feel immediately that wonderfully calm, cool sensation that <-nines when the itch is taken away. Thi* soothing wash penetrate* the pores, give* instant relief from the tuo-t distressing skill diseases. __ D. D. D.