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CLASSIFIED COLUMNSI
ONE CENT A WORD EACH INSERTION. POSITIVELY ALL CLASSIFIED ADS CASH
_WANTED
WANTED— laid' for general repair
'.'ink .in clothing Phone 1 tip Call
V.i Central Ave. j2-7-31
W A NT Eil) Lady ter -cti i«l n pair
work oil clothing Phone 1 >, ■ C.ill
71tt Central avenue j 7
1 WANTED — Middle woman,
while or colored, a- cool; ami general
housekeeper. ditto Soutii Central
Ave., corner id lienilorson. Dr.
Wheeler. id-ti-:;t
WANTKJ > I’ar'net with s 1 .."am to
develop gootl paying proposition Ad
dress ' L,” this officv. id-ii-tf
WANTED \ position a- Pharma isi.
3lt years experience in manufiw turm.;
dispensary, thoroughly «- -.]»,;,■ 1*• of
niana-'"ment IWeretic ■ Address
until Dee. I ML .1 M Muiiuigu, La Hi
Karin, It E. D, liryinii Ark . apt-:
January i t. l!i]:i Mrs c Va Lit
lie ltoek, Ark , Hilo Itatiery street.
Id-la- t
WANTED— Second cool-, waiter and
pantryman at tlieKoyai Cat. id i-tf
WANTED i’u.ser, lwynrm tcuiiilng
Co id I - - w k
" AM ED TO 5tJ\ w eU tot sited
looming hnn.-e of |o to :;*> rooms Ad
dress "Visitor." (are Seut.iicl Kem rd
WANTED—Experienced eijnin - room
girl at Woodbine In tel, rear of poslof
flee. Il-I:t'.
WANTED—Servant -:rI White or
colored. Apply S. Mattar, 31 f Central
avenue, tipstnits 11 -11>-1f
WANTED—Me buy, sett and exchange
new and second-hand furniture, OH
mattresses made nr a Landers Mm
I roue ( ' i» I It 1 ‘ < v M f»111 - I * r (\ 11 ) Ml Oil A
WANTED I’alniPt, clairvoyant Con
s It the oldest ; ml the best. Spirit
ual J s t meetings Sunday s m. Hea l
ings daily. See Dr. Wheeler, 2200
South Central avenue, and Henderson
avenue. Take Oaklawn car. S-2.Pt
WANTED Carrier for Oaklawn ro '«
One preferred living in that section
of city Must lie good reliable boy.
Apply this office at 5 p. in S-S-tl
WANTED—To buy two carloads ol
second-hand furniture and stoves
Arkansas Furniture and Stove Co,
214 Third St. Phone sAS f.-is tf
■■■Hinted
Hand Clothing,
Hats, Shoes, Etc.
Highest Cash Prices Paid.
719 UtNTHAL. Phone Ib9?>
Cleaning Pressing Repairing
Frt.e Auto Delivery
w v.tfi i TO B1 1 Sactta. Wat
prices pa d for second hand packs. C
J. Horner Co. 10-29-tl
WANTED—Host prices paid for
ladles and gents' second-hand cloth
ing and shoes B Shay, 408 Mal
vern Ave. Phone 2000. G-G-tf
W WANTED
f TO BUY SECOND-HAND
' FURNITURE
WILSON FURNITURE CO.
4235 Oucthlta Ave. ITi- ne 222*
Warehouse 2024 Third St
Phone 71.
HOTELS ANS APARTMENTS
THE OUACHITA FURNISHED
II00613 Newly furnished through
out; near bath house. All conven
iences Rates reasonable The Misses
It—...... non ft..i. is— A..—
2-14-tl
PARK PLACE APAUTMraNTS,
Phone 1957. No 16 Park Place
Strictly modern nicely furnished
apartments, with hot and cold run
ning water, gas, electric lights and
hath 1-2 block Park avenue cer
line.
'Modern, homelike apartments
Everything furnished. Prices reason
able. Best of references. Phone No
• V '20 nr do I M. V.'-'T S-15-tl
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
t 9-12-tf
WILLOUGHBY HOUSE— G0Od boarc
and room. Rates $7.00 Per week. Or
car line. 625 Ouachita Ave Phonj
2145. U 1-tl
THE PLAZA — Light hO
apartments and furnished rooms—al
modern, enclosed sleeung porches
beautiful location; opposite U. S Su
pertniendent's resodence. 610 Tteservi
Ave. Phon® 954. Mrs M F. Green
QUELLA APARTMENTS.
t and .‘1 room apartments; mod
ern; strictly first-class accomo
dations; also rooms, Hot a«H
cold runvilng water and Bleeping
porch os
108 Park Ave. Phene ion.
i WANTED
jUA.Vl'KiJ Purler at tin Thuitt|i.->oii
I itilUinv, A'»i»Iy to tIji; Manager.
' 12-11 .'t.
;\\ AN I 1CD- Cues ihono 1 2'-1 1-' 7
FOR RENT
FOfl i; k \ r Pn fn rn i hed 2 st rj. 1 -
niimi. centrally located Irani' room
ing lio.me. W. T 'Hawkins, <>2 : 12
( mtnil ave. rhoiie 20li.
rt711 k:-:.VT '. room lunsi krepin
aparinient with ". beds, ai $:,*i ;i
nuntli Inquire 2 Is Spring street
t.ero-s from l-'.a tman.
l-'u-K KTCNT—House of Id rooms it
71.7 Park Ave.; suitable for .1 board
mg li use. garden and fruit tree'-,
(fill st Johns ’’lace. Phone 1*32.
12-7-lf
POP 1U-7NT Niee 2 room cottage lo
cated near Itaui de school Apply do ’
Park ave. Phone 12. 12-7 if
1(211 HKNT Ni :• three room cot
Ugi- loc .led near Uuu dc si ho i \ ■
,1\ 1.02 Park avenue. Phone I-'
12-7 ri
Ktrlt H12N i' - linns'.* of ten rooms at
71 . Park avenue Suiuihlc for a
hoarding house: garden and trull
live Call St John's place Phone
]v_', 12-7*1'
FOR RENT—10 room residence, 816
Malvern Avenue, at $30 per month.
Phone 209. W. T. Hawkins, 623 1-2
Centra' Avenue.
r vru j a i . 1 • ..... ... .. -
|c. K irk S' Hum" 2'
s----- - ——
FOR RENT
Mj house for the winter, five
, rooms, nil modern convenience*.
I oi-j Fountain sir -et. Phono
945 12-.'i-jw
NICHI.Y FIRM.-Pil-iD ROOMS—
I Kates reasonable. 12 1-2 Central re
enue Phone jTl. Mrs 1! Shannon.
11-30—tf.
VoK KENT Modren 2 or 3-room
ni>ai tnu'iit on lirst or second tlooi;
dose in. with free garage. 14. Kattt
.1- *tre.'l Phone 21V. 11-2t-1\\
MtU RENT Furnished Flat, I room?
and bath, 110 Center St. Phone lSe.T
11-17—tf
FOR RENT- Furnished apartments ir
suits of two or more rooms. Garage
free Phone 2:21. 2Mi Cedar street.
11—1 a-If
F<).(+ RENT- li-rooni cottage; rear o
Ft. John'** Uiurch. Phone 2"»
11 -15-lm<
FOR RENT -Nicely furnished roc 111
cullnecttug hath; private horn •
Phone 1823.
FOR RENT—Nice rooms anil house
keeping apartments, !' Foi;ntuin Ter
nice, near Arlington hotel. Mr* E. t
cloud. Phone Hill ll-D-tt
FOR RENT—Nicely furnished cot
tages and fiats; all modern con
veniencos; Jilt per month up Take
Park avenue car to Dell st, Imiuiri
14 Deli Phone 2002. Free garage
FOR RENT—Close lu, modern furnish
ed eolfagea. apartments ond rooms
Mrs Joe St'ne, 415 Quapaw Avenue
Phone 1 229. 8-7-tf.
FOR RENT—Modem appointed
furnished cottages, on Cedar
street. Apply 2U9 Cedar *«reet
or telephone 299. 4-18-tf
1 SIMANTON'S Mud Hat Us, furnishec
cottages and batching apartments, lit
Hat ine St. 100 feet off Park Ave.
LIGHT airy housexeeping rooms, ont
block from hath house; electric lights,
fl 50 p-er week and up. 21S Court 6t
Phone 1<4$ 7-14-tl
APARTMENTS FOR RENT.
| Five and three rooms, beautifully
I furnished, with bath; close In; best
location and near bath hodses; $15.Of
| and $20.00 per month. 444 Prospect
| avenue 7-9-t
FOR RENT—Tumbler Apartments;
5 room, with bath and sleeping porcl
nn third floor; unfurnished, for ont
year Yttractive rates if taken at
once Tel. 47(1. or call at Algonauir
flats. 3-31 -1
THOS. H. DOHERTY
FURNISHED COTTAGES
Clean and homelike; I block*
froimconter of c'ty.
Rate*: $12 per month and up.
I 705 Malvern Ave. Phone 860 or 507.
Cor. Malvern and J»ffer»on.
LOST AND FOUND
LOST Oil STRAYED Pawn colore
Jersey cow, with halter on. Phon
467 and receive reward. 11-10—;
I I 11ST binder <f self-fitter Water
j ’null |e li. left ve-terduy on postoffir*
[ i|es iinilh nd 'u 1 tuxII I'H ci
FOR SALE
-'(>U SAI.F Saxon it .ulster, wood
condition. I’ll no Mt?j IflTlwk
Ft;II SAl.K \‘< ry line filinisliinw of
a 1-room apnnnn it, at a sa. rifle.
^ Ask \V. T. Hawkin I’ one i’-'-.i
FOR SALK Saxon road ler r.ood
eondition. Rhone Ji I.1 ; iu
KOU SAI.L —Sutdehul.ei i-passotigei
automobile ii) good eondillull ; or
will take in trade wood horse and
HR".' Apply Or tirien. FairdHie.
1d
FOIt SALK \\ lute Uraimm rooster
l ..one 22v. rp,-.;i
FOR SAI.F. Oert rut.aaoat, wood is
new. New palm. new top Heal I .1
wain Rhone 1 or lOlff I"-1 • 1 w
£•■'..>1! SAOi: Idling-ton i’lano For
particulars phone "a*. Rhone w n; .,
I.’-1-tit
1-OH SAI.F OH TUAIH A Fori
Sniiili I orm 1 ■ mn k. An !v nd. a
Oar.ee 1. ;! West Grand Ave. R.'- ;-G
FOR SALK Ronaldo garage sulta
Ide for o:n ear. Apply uUli Citizen
National liar.k iildw 11-15-7
FOR SALK < lalimrs Roai’sfer. Fall
Jack .Mainer. Fi rip ce Hath . tlx.
11 -27-2v:
FOR S • 1.1; ".<>alit;:-i! eith: room
bungalow iti heart of pine woods.
Twenty minutes walk from 1* i>.
Elegantly furnished. elenric 1 i_• iii x,
rttnnin r water, two baths turn- i e, all
eonerete fmitmation, live nere,- of
beautiful -’rounds best analyzed min
er.il spruit iii eitv arag. . auto j|Or.-»
migitv. saddle yard do'-', cbiekens. .-tee
picture' .lorn ,v Dallas, A.kati-as
Trust Co i2-!-tl'
FOR HALF -1- acre farm. For par
ticulars phone i ne 12-1-lm
FOR SALE ON EASY TERMS,
$575—Lot .">iix •1 hi, two room bung
ekiw, ■’ blocks south of Oaklaun
Helloed
$il5u- Lot liVi\-l5ti two room dwel
ling, barn, fruit East Mineral St
i blocks north of Park Ave.
$'t o_Lot. 15x!*ii, three room cot
tage, city water, setter. lOti Roose
velt St.
.V',5h Lot 50x112, three room dew I
ling, well, orchard, 2 blocks south oi
Rock Island tracks, mile cast of Po,-:l
Office.
$115— Lot 7'* x 121. three room
l ouse, North Highlands, 5 blocks c
Park Avenue.
foil may find what you want in
I tlie above list. Take one or oil at
one tenth down, balance $10 a mouth
t Let me show you.
W, T. HAWK'-NS.
fi2:J 1-2 Central Ave. Phone 20b
Dry Body Oak
SAWED STOVE LENGTHS—
(NOT SPLIT)
$300
! PER THOUSAND POUNDS
GET IT WHILE YOU CAN.
C. J. Horner Co.
FOR SALE CHEAP Parlor and din
ini': room suit.'1 at Third str <■; and
Henderson avenue, Cak Lawn Phone
12X5 Will trade lot lor stock. ."J-t't
KOU SALK_Nice rooming lu>u:»i
close in. Address Box 401, City,
F R SALE—Empty wood cases, all
sires.. S. H. Kress & Co. 11-10tl
Hill Wood
Short Lengths
$3.00
Per Load
C. J. Horner Co.
KOU SALK M acre improved farm, 1
miles from Hot. Springs on good read
’ See Menard at Centra! theatre.
11-20-1m
roil SAI.K--Black male s iitah)
»
for driving or work purposts T’hon
M2 11 -11-1
[•'Oil SALE—Maxwell rive passenge
a • > self starter; la good eondltl >u
Terms. Phone 79S. 9-19 t
»
i
l
FOR SALE__
FOR SALE—Suburban nome, ion
acres, all tillable, good *m ring, new
modern house, g;ts» electric light, wa
ter, telephone and garage; on Malvern
road, one mile from city. Price |7,5on
easy terms. Phone 3-10-tf
FOR SALE—Team of horses, wagon
and harness at halt the o> t, six
months Hi-o. phone lib 27. ll-l" u
FOR SALK- ■♦11,27.0.. Oungalow, (t.i.,
street near High school j rooms,
bath, large clothes closets, : hoping
porch Cozy house; lot toxiia omt
Hawkins, uiM 12 Central. Plume
20'J. iO-31-ltn
LEGAL NOTICES
SHERIFF'S SALE.
Notice is hereby given that by vir
tue of an execution issued and to no
directed and delivered An October 2nd
.1913, at I o'clock I>. til , by the eh rk
of the Chancery Court of Cutlaml
county. Arkansas, in favor of Alice
McCuigan and at a last lames K Hog e
being unable to find any peivoiial
property belonging to the said Jarm's
12. liogut 1 have this, the loth day of
November, ini'. 1"\ ied on and will
offer for -ale on the fill day of 1"'
comber If IS li oelock noon, ai wet
I .Toni door of the court lb nisei In tIn
City of Hot Sprlnps. (Inrland county
Arkansas, hot w een ,the hours for .in
dicial aalee, ail the right, title and tm
tre-t of tho said .lames K. Hogue in
and to an undivided one half interest
ill II' I ' 111 w * * ill * 'I' X1 i »•“ l| ll'dl 'rill!'
\ 11 those premises situate, lying ami
being in the City of Hot .Springs, Gar
land county, Arkansas, doscri >ed as
follows, to wit: ix>t No. fiftes n (1.)
of the Hot .Si line's Land A Improve
meat Company, sub-division in Block
fifty-four (.Mi being according to the
official plat of Hie Hot Springs com
mission ami said sub -division being
a ording to the plat on file in the of
fice of the recorder of deoils and mart
ga'-es of Garland county, Arkansa--,
except that part of ho heretofore gold
nil eon;eyed to the Little Hock, He'
Springs tc Western railroad com]-any.
being off the eastern portion of said
lot, being that portion of s.i.d lot uaet
of the following line, viz: A line
drawn from a point on the north lino
of said lot, II feet from the north
east corner then of to a point on the
south lino of said et, i.'.i, feel from I
the southeast corner thereof, with all
the rights and privikv-res thereunto be
longing.
Terms of sale: To be t-old at public
auction to the highest bidder on a
credit of three month-, purchaser to
gi; ■ bond with approved s"(-;ril; and a
'ion to be retained on said real estate
to secure payment of purchase money.
Witness my hand as sheriff of Gar
land county, \rkan.-a - this HPiiday of
November, IMS
It o SMITH, Sheriff
By \V. Curl, D. C.
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION
Department of the Interior, U. S. Land
Office at Little Rock, Arkansas, No
vember 22. 1918
Not 1 -e is hereby Riven that Uenja
min II Sluden of Cedar Glad's, \t
kansas. who on .1 mini'/ 19, I9i". made
homesieiul entry No. ol D.-d! for Se
I I Nw. I I and N I S;v I t, See
tin i I'-, Townshl ' I N. linage W.
.Mil I’riniipul Meridian, has filed no
lice ni intention to make three-year
proof to establish claim to the land
above described, before 1 S. Com
missioner, at Hot Sprin-is, Arkansas,
on the 110th ay of December, 1918.
Claimant names ns witnesses: Ms
Him Kelly of Cedar Glades Arkansas
lames >1, S Mi rriott, <tf Cedar Gladys,
Arkansas: Hugh Johnson, of Cedar
Rladi s. Arkansas, and John L. Holmes
JOHN W AEEES,
(Tuesday) Register
WARNING OPOER.
__ \
In tho Chancery Court of Garland
County, Ark. Georgia State Savings
Association and Edward \Y. BeU,
Trustee, Plaintiffs, vs Minnie ().
Webb, Calvin J W ebb, et al, It®
Ceiidanls.
The defendants, J. W, Jenkins
Company, Eastern Cloak and Suit
Company Delding Brothers and Com
pany, Rothschild Brothers Hat Com
pany, Brown Shoe Company, The
Morgan Anderson Company, Singer
Moss Clothing Companv. Schwarz &
Wild, Hargadine-McHittrick Dry
Goods Company, C N. Rix. Trustee,
ar<* warned to appear in this court
within thirty days end answer the
complaint of the plaintiffs, Georgia
itate Savings Association and Ed
ward \V. Bell, Trustee.
Witness my hand and the seal of
said court this 2iith day of July, A
D 1918.
F W. HOWI.ES, Clerk
3 W GAURATT, Attorney ad litem
8-2-6*
WARNING ORDER.
In the Chancery Court, of durian
County, Ark. Citizens National Ban
t of Hot Springs, Arkansas, Plaintiff, vs
Vernon Price-William® and Mary A
Harrow, Defendants. The Defendant
Mary A Harrow warned to appear '•
this Court within thirty days and an
swer the complaint of the Plaintiff
Citizens National Bank of Hot Springs
Arkansas
Witness my hand nnd the --p.il of till
Court this 21st day of September, CMS
F. W. ROWERS. Clerk
Rv D W. Parker, D C
II P Chappell. AU'y «d Litem
(Sun.)
WANTED—ROUTE BOYS AT TH
SENTINEL RECORD. APPLY Al
ONCE.
TAX FELL HEAVILY
ON CORPORATIONS
PEOPLE WITH LARGE INCOMES
PAID THE BULK OF 1 HE
WAR TAXES.
w.i hington. lire r. Dimi lax'i
i' ll beam on eorporaUot» ami im
persons having iar-’e inumies and
lightly mi ilu- ert .ii nmi irity "i per
. <*11> i'.iimiin• I"-i ban $ :.tii,'0 a y. ar.
it was .-hown today !>y 111" annual
ri'P 'i i of i.iui'iiml lit vi mi" c.nnnils
snonir I’aniel (>. Uoper for I lie year
i titling .1 une Jo. # I * (fe
.Yllhoi’gli J. :•.'»'»* per nil wjilt in
i nines of f::,pnn or |. ■ ill III)7 : b'd
re'urn . i'lehutin n any heads of
fainilii Imvinu incomes raiigina !»•..
Ittelll $1,1,100 and $M itm, Wlliell WIT"
i. .portable lull n I taxable, they were
asst ssetl only ’.ur., an m ibo a -
regate or h - ■ than *1" eftrli
On the other band idiVHHi individ
uals wiib in.nines of more than $
sop were ass" "d $.’si.’.liL!.Ui'li,
i’orp"ratier exi t stt profits taxes of
? .a I ..71 i.'i'Hi i up.- train 117.ban ' n
, ms, wliil . 21s. oa corporations
WI-I'I a I -.I'd inis me taxes at' $|s
1 T.'i.o ' i
Revised reporls on r-idleelions show
ibat f i.ifll.iiin.itOO w.e e dle.d'd from
. 11.1 rill .aim i » i I»I 11 I IT1 *»’ $ ' S !
!•:>;*.i uo. from income and excess prof
its taxes, $",l7,7mej from dhbidl'd
spirits. $thi from fermented
H.t:t:;rs a total of $ 117.xtX.Olle from all
liquors and $t aflss.n a) from tola o
Purina Hie year tS illicit liinmr
list illerie , were seiz' d, mili:i!,. lit
sou'hern slate
LEGAL NOTICES _
PROCLAM AT ION.
And Writ of a special Election.
Proclamation of tlio Governor *>f
the State of ArL.ni a tor n tpCtl.G
♦ lection to tie held i:i the various vot
ing predicts throughout the State of
Yrkansas ill the various counties
thereof, for the adoption or rejection
of the constitution as drafted by the
Constitutional Convention for the
State of Arkansas in accordance with
the provision of Act Number Ninety
Nine of tlie Genera! Assembly of the
State' of Arkansas, approved > Lin
Governor Of t-aid State on the lull day
of February A. IV I'-'l 7
THE STATE OE ARKANSAS TU
THE SHERIFFS \Nl> HOARDS Ol
ELECTION COMMISSIONERS Od
THE VAHIOCS Col STIES IN THE
STATE OF ARKANSAS -GREET
INGS:
Wt I ERIK AS, The General Assembly
of tho State of Arkansas, at Hs 1.H7
sec-sion passed an Act. being Act
Number bb, approved by t e Governor
of said Stall1 of the Ditti day of Feb
ruary i!• 17, provlditiis for the calling
of a Constitutional Convention !"r tin
purpose of drafting a constitution for
tin- estate of Arkansas, to meet in the
hall of the House of Representatives
in tho Suite Capitol in t.lio City of
1 .ittle Rock, at IP M. Monday, No
vember |;i, till7, and
WHEREAS, said Constitutional Con
vention did convene at said time and
place, and
WHEREAS, said Constitutional t on
ven*ion did draft a constitution for
said State of Arkan-as, and
WHEREAS, on the JMli day of Sep
tcurlier, 1HIS, mid Convention aid
designute the 11th day of December V
D„ this, us the day and dale upon
which the Constitution proposed by
sail Convention should be submitted
to the electors of this Slate for adop
tion or rejet lion and,
WHEREAS, said net No 1)9 of the
Gen ral Asitemblj of the State of Ar
kali-.is, provides that the Governor
of this State shad designate the date
or said election by said Convention
spi ( i:il eh lion throughout Hm Stilt"
NOW, Til ERE FORM. 1. (lias. H
Hrough, (Governor of tin State of Ai
Kansas, hy virtue of the authority
voted in me under the Const lint ion
and laws of said state anil in pur
suance with the provisions of said
Act, hereby designates the lltli day
of December IBIS as 'lie date for said
special election in tin various vot
ing 'predicts and wards in each ol
lie counties of the S'at" of Arkansas
for the adoption or rejection of t o
Constitution proposed by said Con
stitutional Con vein ion
IN TESTIMONY WHEREOF, 1 have
hereunto se: tny hand and caused tc
he affixed 1h" Croat Seal of Stat
in the Executive Chamber, at UHK
Hoch. Arkansas, ihis the eleventh day
of October, 101S.
CHARLES H. BROFOH,
Governor
FVY THE COVER NOR:
TOM .1 TFRRALL.
Secretary of State
WARNING ORDER.
In the Chancery Coart of Oarlan
County, Arkansas. S. W. Iteyburu
Trustee and Union Trust Company
Agent, Plaintiff, vs. Alice Williams
Defendant. The Defendant, Alice Wil
Hams, is warned to appear in till
Court within thirty days and answe
the complaint of ilie Plaintiff, S W
Revburn, Trust*® and Union Tru*
Company, Agent.
Witness niv hand and the seal n
said Court tills Fib day of Septem
her, 1918.
F f ROWI.K8, Clerk,
A J Murphy, Att'y ad Litem
. (Thur*
-i--n-——
Try ®»ntin#l Record want Ada
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ALLEGED EMBEZZLER
RETURNED TO OKLAHOMA
Muskogee. Okla.. ibr d .1 W.
S. 'angler, f l iner teller i t the ilartli
ville National batik of na>rtlesviUe.
Okla.. charaed with emu './ling $2.0 m
of the bank' funds. Was brought t >
\l skogee today from N< w York
wheri' be was apprehended bv the
Men's defective bureau lie waive.)
| i \aminnllnn before tnitcd Sfulcs
I < mini sioner A ll i oi aran and wa ,
ci end over la a .vat* tic act; n of tic
grand jury ninler <:.*.*i n bond .Spang
h r i alleged to li av • 11■ 11 Martin xllle
r lid drill v aid a checking Up (ll a lie il
tlii- alleged shorla ".
TA L SPIN IS FATAL.
Sm \ ii I onto, Ti \ , lire, u.~ Falling
into a :ail spin Ibis alt< rnoun, three
mill inun Pro iks Meld, l.leiil. M. V.
t'.ivil ni .1 South i111 street. Norili
Mlal le, Nib, wa: ills l mil iv kill'd.
I ird i< sirlcd f1 r doty a- a I drill
axial v at Itrook- field Ni'Venn er Is
l.iat. ■ # »
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THREE NEGROES KILLED.
\\ Millington N M . I le. i. '1 iirc'
ni-srocs weii k'lir 1. ami d Is belie-, a .
a number of i a .-s' li"- i - In Hired,
\v lien 1111 Ml.Ill .e • «. a - ■ t lllli sOtllll
Hind train .Mil a snitch a' bk
rrul. N M., tom :li* Fill (tier detail <
have not been leieixi d fr mi I e scene
of the wreck by th. nidrend ciuu
puny here,
WARNING ORDER
In the Chancery Court of (kirkm
-County, Ark. Marx C Jennings, I’la n
tiff. vs. W. 1C. Jennings, Defendant
Tho Defendant, " 1C Jennings, i
warned to appear in this court within
thirty days and answer th" coiupla.t
of (lie Plaintiff, Mary C. Jennings.
Witness m.v hand and the seal o
saul Court tills 2Sth day of Scpt»*n
her, IMS
F. W MOAVI-ES, Clerk
My D. W Parker, D. C
A .1 Murv''yi Att'y ad L<Ucin
(Sun)
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TAFT IN FAVOR OF
PRESIDENT S TRIP
QUESTIONS A'IS DOM OF TURNING
GERMAN COLONIES OVER TO
ENGLAND AND FRANCE.
Now A i>rk. Iji ii. IjuCittlollUtg
ihi wisdom of turning the Herman
colonies ou r to England mil Frau *•
Willi mi II Tali lied a ml in an ad
• Ir v before iho committee on in
fmTuutiou cl' ihi* l.eai-uc to I enforce
I'* Ii"i"' ion.glit, ilia the aufcst
l" )0‘ri] m would he to have them
uo i rin-.l b> a tea ate of nations.
Mi Tati ledared tin l 'lilted States
a I"'.ul.i i- a moni-bc: or a league of
nation. into winch it was driven in
ilH hh> (if i e freedom of the seas
II" urged that t lie I (ague should
m.i " 1'iimamui at the peats ta.de.
'Ir. TaIt . M l Ii • had been in favor
of I'r 'si b n* M i’son gnin to Europe
beennse be In Hexed file trip would
strengthen Hie President's view with
re,:poet to the ne resity of the Teague
T'ie president. I think for a time
f.nl Mr Tiifl, “grew fainthearted
with relerem e to tlm league, 'but li< 'v
I am hop: i it that lie h returned lo
In i first view ■ "
Mr Tafl emphasized the president's
statement tier the United plates en
tered the war to "niako (lie world
ale for democracy“not the (J tilled
Utates "
11" mtel suppress miltlarlf.m.
"not in the United States, not In
Eure, e, out in the world,'' h* de
dared.
BILL RAiSER AT WORK. ^
Alt ■ ■ inpt \ .i made 'i .teulA . bv^^^
;i stranger to pass a bill on B. \\ . El*
Ionian which had been raised from a
i ii" (loliar bill to $1". I'll" man made
a small purchase ami tendered the
"ill in payment. The fraud was dis
envercil b> Mr idlemun and tin* man
departed. The figure 10 had been
p; l"d ever llli figure oil" Til.* Ill ail
I was do i nlied as being about. 00
■ years el ige and small sized.
New Mince Meat
i Ji
I " j;
I Atmo'e Plum Pudding, No 1 ... 40c i>
* i I
' Atmore H'um Pudding, No 2 . 650 , ,
5 o
* Large La, Pccnns, per pound ... OOe
| . ...
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{ t OdSHOROCUd*
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707 Central Avenue Phone 120 ;;
f (i
\ L'uitcd Slater Food Lit ea t* .No Li-ll.bO'J.
\ I '
Holiday Engraved Greeting Cards
Best Selections of The Gib on. W. A. Wilde and Raphael Tuck
imported cards. (Cards for the Boys Over There )
Individual Grcctino Car dc our Specialty.
STEIGLER BROS, CENTRAL BOOK STORE
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TRUNKS
Also a Large Line of
Traveling Bags and Cases
J. C. BOHL
( 514 Central Ave. Phone 311

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