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ICLASSIFIED COLUMNS]
ONE CENT A WORD EACH INSERTION. POSITIVELY ALL CLASSIFIED AOS CASH
WANTED
WANT ;• I Woman for Hi lit ho:uc
"ork Lit Ouachita ave IdlMwk
V. ANT ED—Good lelnibb- u :ui in
take care of invalid gi ntlcninn < ;t!i
room US'), Groat Nor.horn Hotel
_ IV- t !-3t
'WANTED—Wlii'c housekeeper x\ it
homelike Ideas who i- ikh a I raid 10
xvork. Must know how to sew and
take care of linen Ap.dy In mail
only State experience and salary
expected Housekeeper, Hus office
i_ 12-12tf.
WANTED—l’ar'ncr with $l.T,uu to
> develop good paying proposition. Ad
dress ‘L,” this office. 12-G-tf
WANTED—Second cook, waiter and
pantryman at the Royal Cafe. J2- t-'f
WANTED TO BITY—Well located
looming house of lu to :',0 rooms. Ad
dress “Visitor," care Sentinel-Record.
WANTED--Carrier for Oaklawn ro'no
One preferred living In that section
of city. Must lie good reliable boy.
Apply this offho at 5 p. in S JS-tf
WAN CD— V e buy. sell and exchange
new a.«l second-hand furniture. OH
mattresses made new Landers Mat
tress Co.. J. B Reynolds, Prop. Phone
1 WANT to clean your CARPET A au<l
RUGS. Telephone 347 and wagon will
-.11 CViaa Tint..Si.-1,- VI.,- 0_lO.lt
WANTED—To buy two carloads of
second-hand furniture and stoves
Arkansas Furniture and Stove Co,
214 Third St., Phone N!I8 f.-18-lt
WANTED
Second-Hand Clothing,
Hats, Shoes, Etc.
Highest Cash Prices Paid.
719 CENTRAL. Phone lb9D
Cleaning Pressing Repairing
Frte Auto Delivery
WANTED TO T?PT—Sacks. War
prices paid for second hand sacks. C.
J. Horner Co. 10-29-tf
WANTED—Palmist, clalrvoyent. Con
sult the oldest and the best. Spirit
ualist meetings Stmlay s p. m. Head
ings daily. Roe Dr. Wheeler, 2290
avenue, and Henderson
< n. car 8-2 h-t
prices paid for
eond-htind cloth
Shay, 408 Mat
n Ave. Phone 2000. k G-tf
WANTED
TO BUY SECOND-HAND
FURNITURE
WIL80N FURNITURE CO.
4136 Ouahlia Ave. Phone 22ZI
Vfarshouse 202-4 Third St.
Phone 71.
MOTELS ANB APARTMENTS
THE OUACHITA FURNISHED
ROOMS—Newly furnished through
out; near bath house AP conven
iences Rates reasonable. The Misses
ouscn, trope, 23U Ouachita Ave.
2-14-tf
AVANT APARTMMNIS 222 1-2
Third atreet, phone 2"s;; Good beard
to $s per week. Rooms or li-hi
housekeeping. Gas. ele trh lights
and hath Take South J1 • >t Springs,
car. 12 -S-1 f.
, PAKK~ PLACE APARTM HINTS.
Phone 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 car
line. 1
l*''vt(>rn, .homelike apartments.
Everything furnished. Trices reason
able. Rest of references, rhone No.
20 or GUI. M. Yager. 8 -15-tf
WILSON COZY INN—42u 1-2
Ouachita Avenue. Two room apart
ments, bath, laundry included. Al- |
so nicely furnished rooms. All mo- j
dern. One block of bath house.
■ Phone 1797. Mrs. Joe Wilson, Prop
9-12-tf |
^ WILLOUGHBY HOUSE—GOod boara
and room. Rates $7.00 per week. On
car line. 635 Ouachita Ave. Phone
2145. 12-l-tf
APARTMENTS FOR RF NT.
Five and three rooms, beautifully
furnished, with bath; close In; best
location end car hath bou.es; $15.00
and $20.00 k month. 414 Prospect
avenue. 7-9-tf,
THE PLAZA - Light housekeeping,
apartments and furnished rooms—all
modern, enclosed sleeting porches;
beautiful location; opposite U. S. Su
perlniendent s resodence. 610 Reserve
Avt. Phone 954 Mrs M F Green
i j|
1
it
WANTED
WANT; f> Uv h ih some man '
' at *T' a -e n> correspond with lady
i f suit able age. Obji'ci matrimony.
A'Jdr .1 IV. lire this oftice it
FOR RENT
1 OK ILL NT Kleguul front bedroom
Private family 1 wo blocks lroin
route, |(> a W“tk. Apply 2l<; Parker
*12-1:: it
FOR ItiC.VT— A modern or rtmm
apartment, close in. free garag"; t..
Kauible street. Phone 21 Si*.
12-12-Jm
FOR KXOHANOK -Beautiful new
furniture to exchange for hor-so, or
'will do painting or paper ban,, mg
in exchange for horse Also will take
ho rue lor its feed. Phono. 12S5.
12*11-fit.
1'0151 it KNT .Modern I room furnish
id cottage with garage. <>22 Whit
tington. 12 10-1 ru
1-VHt KICN'T rnfiirni-hed 2-storv. 1.
room, centrally located frame room
ing house \V. T (Hawkins, (123 12
Central ave. Phone 209.
FOR K-HXT 3-room housekeeping
apartment with 3 beds, at $..■) a
month. Inquire rs Spring street
(.cross from Ea tman.
Foil KENT House of lit rooms at
715 Park Ave.: suitable for a board
ing h use; garden and fruit tree
( all St John's Place. Phone 1852.
12-7-tf
Ft R RENT- Nice 3 room cottage, lo
rated near Ramble school. Apply
Park ave. Phone 13. 12-7-tf
FUR RENT—“House of ten rooms at
715 Pari, avenue Suitable for a
boarding house: garden and fruit
trees-. Call St. John's place. Phone
IF.2. 12-7U'
FOR RENT—to room residence, 815
Malvern Avenue, at $30 per month.
Phone 209. W. T. Hawkins, 623 1-2
Central Avenue.
NICEEY FURNISHED ROOMS—
Rates reasonable. 1-2 Central av
enue. Rhone 571. Mrs. B. Shannon.
11 -30-tf.
FOR HE NT—Furnished Flat, 4 rooms
and bath, 110 Center St. Phoue 1845
11-17-tf.
FOR HIS NX—■Furnished apartments in
suits of two or more rooms. (Garage
free Phone 2221. 250 Cedar street.
11-15-tf.
F<H+ KENT—G-rooin cottage: rear of
St. John’s church. Phone 2003.
11-15-lmo
y - - - -.- .... ■ . ■
FOR RENT- Nicely furnished room,
connecting bath; private home.
Phone ,1823. 11 -21 -Fra
FOR RENT Nice rooms and house
keeping apartments, 9 Fountain 3 rr
race, near Arlington hotel. Mrs 1G.
(loud. Phone 1011 11-9-tr
FOR RENT—Nicely furnished cot
tages and Pats; all modern con
veniences; $10 per month up. Take
Park avenue enr to Dell st, Inquin
14 Dell. Phono 206? Free garage
FOR It JON T—Close in, modern furnish
ad cottages. apartments oud rooms.
Mrs Joe Stone, 416 Quapaw Avenue
Phono 1329. 8-7-tf.
I i
ruK khm—Modern appointed
furnished cottages, on Cedar
street. Apply 209 C«dar street
or telephone 299. 4-18tf
SIMANTON'S Mud Baths, furnished
collages and batching apartments. lit.
itawuo S7. 100 feet off l’ark Ave.
UG.HT airy bouseiteeping rooms, one
Mock from bath hou«e; electric lights,
11.50 per week and up. 215 Court St
Phone 1642 7-14-tf
FOR RENT—Tombler Apar’raents; i
5 room, with bath end sleeping porcl
on third floor; unfurnished, for one
year. Attractive rates if taken at
once Tel. 170, or call at Algonquin
flats. U-ai-tf
THOS. H. DOHERTY
FURNISHED COTTAGEi
Clean and komellke; I block*
fromicenter of .city.
Rate*: $12 per month end up.
205 Malvern Ave. Phone 860 or 507.
Cor. Malvern and J»ffereon.
CIjEXIANT FllitNT3H7E5J COTTAGES
123-429 Whittington- apply 473 Whit
tlngton. Phone 334. 6-10-tl
FOR RENT- Modern 3 room cottage,
lot Kiri; St. Phone 2>'i. 12-3-If
FOR Sale
FOR SALE Beautiful eight room
bungalow in (heart of pine woods.
Twenty minute:, walk from P o
El* ..Willy furtii lid; elec trie light
rtiimintg water, two baths turn ,-tt, ail
(dll' f -ti fotuiaalloil. fi > e aoren of
beautiful an mud best analyzed min
oral spring in city, t’.araiie. unto, Uor»>
bltggv saddle yard dog chickens. Sc'
picture* .lino . a li tiles, Arkansas
Ties! Co 12.* I If
_ FOR SALE
1 bK SAI.K Hand pain I''<1 china ot]
rvery desreiptlon vhinn ni;
I"11'- i’lnni. lv.; >; id IRuk me.
_
TOR sail ()no . ml one-half hors'
powir gacolino oip line one water
In titer. galvani/t d tin,, and pi’it. ;
also pump ji, It. !r Itir.s and into
shaft. Address L K. \Y , this oitjow.
ii-ta-dt j
FOR SAI.K KesYlered t»uro.' ,!etse\
Pi-’ts for hr•oodJng purposes, male -mil
fern: !*'. Defender :tn<l Orion typos,
from five week, to live months old
Mazarn Valiev tsitid Comp 'nv,' SIi
Central avenue, Hot S'prings, \rkan
_ Li-KM;
TOR SAI.K djtfts Hand Painted
Chit.a sets or sitin'! .MU Fountain
street. Happy Hollow. 12-lJ-2w
TOR SARK—Three fall Mooded whi'.*
Orpington eoclirels cheap Pari;
avenue. I,; |2-‘R
FOR SALK Team of horses, wagon
and harness at halt the tost, six
months a.o Phono n.VJT ll-1u..iil
J <M“ SALK Chevrolet roadster; firs'
eitts- e' ndilloii; newly painted 1!H7 j
model, fall I ;••<;. 12-HMvtk
FOR SALK Very line furnishings of
a I room apnmnc-it, at a sacrifica.
Ask W. T. HawUin- . 1’hollo £u;t.
!■ UR SALIC
it room Ai’.vrn \na.\ r hoc sic
\HDREsS OWNER,
Cure Sentinel-Record,
‘ 12-11—fit
FOR SALK—if) Here farm. For par
ticulars i hone t'.tiu. 12-1 -lm
Dry Body Oak
SAWED STOVE LENGTHS—
(NOT SPLIT)
$300
PER THOUSAND POUNDS
GET IT WHILE YOU CAN.
C. J. Horner Co.
FOR. SALK—K'lce rooming house
close in. Address Box 101, City
F R SALE—Empty wood cases, all
sizes.. S. H. Kress & Co. 11- 10tf
FOR SALK—Black m«ro( BUitxbi
for driving or work purposes, l’hon
S12 11-15-t
I I
Dry Wood
•I-Foot Body Wood
Oak $6.50 Pine $6 Cord
DELIVERED THIS MONTH
Phone 407 or 1667
LOST AND fllUN>
l.'»ST Au'omobile inn smrl casin’
from rear nf car Tuesday, S’iHit le
reward if returned to Arlington ga
rage. 12-1 j-Mt
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f-iU'ST—On Thou.- uid Dropping
Spring)* road, Ion ■ black leaiher pur r
containing Slo an I small change.
’Suitable reward if returned to Sen
tinel-Record offici 12-12 dt
To Guard Attains* latiuenra.
Don't let :)>f? dread influenza git
you If you have even the slight'”t
cough or cold tietter begin using
Folay'e Honey and Tar at once. Henry
Wiilis, Sandy Point, Tovus, is one o'
many thousands who consider this
remedy "just fin>’" lie .-ay.,; 'I suf
fered severely with a had eought; uf
ler tisiui; four or five «h liars' worth
of different, medicines decided to try
Foley's Honey and I'.i.•■ One liottla
gave relief. Past 1 etlicmo i ever used
Contains no opiate* \. ('. Jennings.—
Ad'\
-o
n»* latfets Cioin»» Hu Th» fi
aaklng feed lev. This tes is pro
rored only from th«» early flower'
pickings, which tn fill* country 1
"oumj la but few of the moat exclusive
•tore*, and !hen at price* vary In
Tom ^|2.0t) to $1 (*fl a pound. TTic<
tl.00 g pound For sale hy K fl Met
As Dfug Co. PbouA Z42 * 1 v it
*
LEGAL NOTICES
NOTICE.
Notice Is. hereby given that th
undersigned Roy l^;vt to satisfy
livery stable keepers lien due hi.
for charges and cost on the hors
and property hereinafter nienUono
left in his charge by M. .1 Murphy to
he kept, sheltered fed and otherwi
Carod for, will cause tha followin
described horse and other property,
One brown mare, named Maggie
about lfi years old, about HJ hand
high atul weighing about U3u pounds
one sprint; wagon and one set ol
liurness) for sale at public outcry on
tho 2nd day of December, ltils at tin
hour of ID o’clock, a. in., at Devi’
stables situated at No. 127 and 12
Market street in the City of Ho
Springs (Jarlaml County, Arkansa
Said sale will be couducted by O
11. Kolbs. lTihllc Auctioneer.
Out of the proceeds of such sal
w ill he paid:
Hirst: Tho cost and expenses
such sale.
Second: The amount due the tin
dersigned for his charges; and th
balance, if any, will be held by th
sndersigned for the use and subjec
to the order of the said M J. Murphy
Dated at i*ot Springs Arkansas
this 30th day of October, 191S,
110y LEVI
NOTICE
Notice is hereby given that tho un
dersigned will applv to the Lo-isla
■ ro of the State of Arkansas, at It
191!) session, asking tha; a special Ac.
be passed by tsiul Legislature, by
which all the right, title and interest
or me state or .MKansas to me tauus,
timber ami other assets and property
owned by the Mlehigiiti-Arkansas
Lumber Company, an Arkansas cor
poration, at tbe. lime of the surrender
of its (barter, he divested out of the
State of Arkansas, and vested in Se
eurty Trust Company, of Detroit
Michigan, ns Administrator with tIre
Will annexed, of the estate of Alvin
M. Bentley, deceased o, !v such other
company or person as nui at that
time be the Administrator of the es
tate of said deceaseu
Tills November 10. BUS
\V. D. II ROUSE,
Attorney for Security Trust Com
pany, as Administrator as afore
said. 11-22-lma
PROCLAMATION.
And Writ of * special Election.
Proclamation or the Governor 01
tlie Stale of Arhun. a ;, for a t pet fa
election to be held in the various vot
ing precincts -throughout tbn State ol
Arkansas in vhe various count iet
thereof, for the adoption or re.iectior
of the constitution as drafted by the
Constitutional Convention for tin
State of Arkansas in accordance with
the provision of Act Number Ninety
Nine of the General Assembly of tin
State of Arkansas, approved By tht
Governor of said State on the 1< th day
of February A. 1>. 1011.
THE STATE OF ARKANSAS TO
THE SHERIFFS AND BOARDS OK
ELECTION COMMISSIONERS OK
THE VARIOUS COUNTIES IN TDK
STATE OF ARKANSAS—GREET
INGS:
WHEREAS, Thu General Assembly
of Hu: State of Arkansas, at its Bill
session passed an Act. being Act
Number 99, approved by the Governor
of said Stale of the lliih day of Feb
-nary Rdl, providing for the calling
of a Constitutional Convention lor the
purpose of drafting a constitution for
the Slate of Arkansas, to meet in the
hall of the House of Representatives
in the S'ato Capitol in tho City el
Little Rock, at 12 M , Monday, No
vember lb, !!»17, and
WHEREAS, said Constitutional Con
vention did convene at said time and
place, and
WHEREAS, said Constitutional Con
venMon did draft a constitution fox
said State of Arkansas, mid
WHEREAS, on the 25th day of Sep
tember, lids, eaid Convention aid
designate tho t Uh day of December A
1».. 1918, as tin: duy and date upon
which the Constitution proposed by
said Convention should be submitted
to the electees of this State for adop
tion or rejection and.
WHEREAS, said net No. 99 of the
General Assembly of the State of Ar
kansas, proviib s that tho Governor
of this Stale shad designate the date
of said election by said Convention
issue his proclamation ordering said
special election throughout tho State
NOW, THBKEEORiE. 1. t hus. II
Brough, Governor of the State* of Ar
kan as, by virtue of tho authority
vested in me under the Constitution
and laws of ■said s'ate and in pur
suance with the provisions of said
Act, hereby designates tho 14th day
of December 191s ns the date for said
special election in tho various \ot
ing 'predmts and wards in each ol
he counties of the State of Arkansas
for the adoption or rejection of the
Constitution proposed by said Con
stitutional Convention.
IN TESTIMONY WHEREOF, I have
hereunto set my hand and caused to
be affixed th** Great Soul of Stat*"
in the Executive Chamber, at Little
Rock. Arkansas, this the eleventh day
of October, lit IS.
CfrARGEd H. BUOCGJt,
Governor
BY THE GOVERNOR:
TOM J. TER HALL,
Secretary of Kiate
WARNING CRD?.R
In the Chancery Court of. Garland
county, AiK. Clara Mooney plain
tiff. \s It. II Mooney, defendant Th
lefendam, It U Mooney is warned c
\
LEGAL NOTICES_
appear In ibis court within thirty days
rind an; wir f r omp'aint of the plain
tiff. Clara Mooney.
Witness my hand and the seal of
said court tills 19th dsv of Novem
ber, 1915.
V \V. HOWLBS, Clerk
NOTICE FOR RE PUBLICATION
Department of the Interior, U S. Land
Office at Littl” Rock, Arkansas, No
vember 29, 1918
Notice is hereby given that Neal
Fished of Cedar GQado^, Arl.diK-a
who on October 20, lhi::. and August
fit, ] ‘in made ipi. inal and additional
entries Noe, 0101 hi and <• I !.51 i for 8 I 2
S 1-2 XK It 8W1-4.N 1-2SK I:IS\V
1-1. 8 I 2 SK I I SW 1-4, N 1-2 S 1-2
X12 1- 4 SW 1-1, N 1-2 XK 1-1 SW 1 1,
.!•; 14 NW 1-1 I.nd SW I I NW 1 - •
Section 2:'. Township 1 N, Range 20
W, 5tli Pdincipal Meridian has filed
notice «>f intention to make time year
proof to ('taidish claim (o tlm land
above described, before l . S. Com
missioner, at. Hot Spring- Arkansas,
on the Till day of .lanu. ry 1919
Claimant riaufos as witnesses:
James TJloolier, of Cellar Hades, Ark.
Houston Richardson of Cedar dados.
\rk ; Aan n Graves, of Cedar iHades,
Ark; Randolph Graves, of Cedar
Glades, Ark.
JOHN W MjLH.V,
(Tue.s.) Register.
COMMISSIONER S SALE.
Notice is hereby given that, in pur
euanee of the authority and directions
ontained in the decretal order of the
Chancery Court of Garland county,
made and entered on the 2lith day oi
September A. L), lhlS, in a certain
taiiH' i *> u. cut'll iiciiumg
between Augusta Culbert conrplaht
ant anil Jninos I’ He gun anil Irma C
Hogue et a!., defendants, the under
signed, at Commissioner of said Cour;.
will offer for eale at public vendue
to the highest bidder, at the wivt
front doer or entrance of the Couuty
Courthouse, in which said Court is hold
in tihe County of Garland within the
hours prescribed by law for judicial
sales, on the 23rd day of December, A.
1). 1918, the following described real
estate, to-wii:
A part of lot twelve (12) In block
one hundred and forty two (143) in
the city of Hot. Sprint.-*, in the State
of Arkansas deacriltod as follows:
Commence at the common corner of lot
eleven (11) and twelve (12) in said
bloik on Arbor street 3nd run thence
In a northeasterly direction alone th>'
dividing ’me lot twelve (12) and Ar
bor street f’fty-ono (51) feet; thence
in a southeasterly direction one hun
dred atul fifty (130) feet, more or
less, to the dividing line be (ween said
let Twelve and Craig street, at a point
eighty-three 183) ft et northeasterly
from the common corner of lots eleven
(11) and twelve 12); thence in a
southwesterly direction ak>ng tho di
viding line between said lot twelve and
Craig street, eighty •three (33) feet,
to said common corner of lot)? eleven
(11) and twelve (12); thence in a
northwesterly direction along the di
viding lines between said lots elevens
til) and twelve <12) one hundred and
fifty (1,30) fe< t more or less to tho
place of beginning
Terms of sale: On a credit of tl'rei
months, t) e purchaser being required
to execute a bond as required by law
anil the order and decree of said court
in said cause, with approved aemr
fiy, bearing Interest at the rate of 8
per cent per annum from date of sale
until paid, and a lien being retained on
the premises sold to secure the pay
ment of the purchase money
Given under my band this 22nd da)
of November A D. l1 is.
F. \\ . ROWU.S,
Commissioner In Chancery
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION
Department of the Interior, U. S. Land
Office at Little Reck, Arkansas, No
vember 22, 1918.
Notk'e is hereny given that Benja
min II. Sind'en. of Cedar (dudes, Ar
kansas, who on January 19, 1915 made
homestead entry No. 011452 (or S*'
1-1 Nw. l-l and N 1-2 Sw. 1 t. Sec
tion 13, Township t N. Range 20 \V.
3th Principal Meridian, has filed no
tice of intention to make three-year
proof to establish claim no the land
above described, -before 13 S. Com
mlssloner, at Hot 8|>rln-'w, Arkansas,
on 'ho 30th ny of December, 1918.
Claimant names as witnesses: Ma
rion Kelly of Cedar Glades Arkun-as
.lames M. 8. Marriott, of Collar Glades,
Arkansas: Hugh Johnson, of Cedar
Glades, Arkansas, and John U Holmes
of JesBCVlllo, Arkansas
JOHN W. ALLEN,
(Tuesday) Register.
-o
NOTICE FOR RE-PUBLICATION.
Department ot the Interior, IT. S. I.an
office at Little Rock, Arkansas, Oc
ober 24, 1918.
Notice is hereby given that Tlionia
it Parker, of Jesgieville. Arkansas
who, on October 15, 1914. mndo home
stead entry. No. 01133C for E 1-2 NW
1-1 SW 1-4, SW 1-4 NW 1-4 SW |-4
See 2 and S 12 NE 1-4 HE 1-1 an
8 12 SE 1-1, Section ::, Township t, N
Range 19 \V . 5th Principal Meridian
has filed notice of intention to mak
three year Proof, to establish claim t
the land above described, before C
8 Commissioner ut Hot Sprint?**, \r
kansas, on the ird day of Decembi r
1918
Claimant names as witnesses: Hay
wood Smith, of Ji jil*. At: G >n
V
Magby, of Jtvsletllle.j Ark ; Napoleai
Dav of lc Kclrille, i: U
John V Allen,
Register
BOOMING FRENCH WAR LOAN|
fNvn stntues nt tile entrance .»r the
Tuileries gardens have been protected
by sand bugs sho e Inst winter. Now
they have another coal el' some tlion
vnmls of captured Herman helmets to
Mininlnie tin* I'rem h war loan.
Winnipeg's Great Growth.
II is forty-nine years since l.ouis
Kiel, self-styled "president "f I he pro
visional government at Hod Itlvev,"
look possession of lorl Harry, appro
primed Its contents, and began his
ten mouths' reign of anarchy over a
onsidernble portion of southeastern
Manitoba. Tit,, was Kiel's lirst. gam
ble for power. Ii ended in flight. The
.. . .itiii i i ii.11 tin rii.i «.!.•!tv..ill
There "ms un city of Winnipeg for
ty-nine yetirs ngo. m fact Hint romintls
on" of tin- energy anil Industry tint
forth hv the Canadians who went West
m generation or -o :i•. and of the
richness of I tv country to which t hey
went.
Could Hardly Have Been Grief.
"Ford ItneklednlTer's oldest girl got
married hist night," repented Captain
Jot in-«m of Itiiui[ius Uldge, who was
in Ttimlinville on a .shopping expodl
tlnn.
"Alii Who was the happy man?"
asked the editor of the Torch of I,lb
ort y.
‘‘Jurd. I reckon, l.enslwnys, when I
rtd hv tils plaee this morning I seen
him standing on his head In a fence
corner with Ids heels waving in the
air. And, ns Jurd is nil of fifty years
old, I don't low Hint grief would drive
him to cutting such capers as Hint."—
Kansas City Star.
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_LEGAL NOTICES
SHERIFFS SALE. _
Noli c is hereby g ■ 'A ~y.n
tuc mid authority <'^<11 execution to
me directed and jftifcrcred on Now
2nd, this, iliy t.'n clotk of the Circuit
Court of (rai'oind comity. Vrk.tnsas. in
favor of )i I-Mwards and a ■ wmrt Mc
Oehee _'williams. Being unable to
find ..iliy per tonal property eel mi-'mg
(A\11 c aid Vie P.hce Williams. I ivave
this the Idth day of itemnihc". 191:?,
levied on, and will offer for sale, at
pm die auction, at the West front door
of the Court House, in the City of Hot
Springs. Hatlrland county, Arkansas,
on Saturday. the 1th dav of January
IMIM, at 12 o’clock noon, all tlv right
title and interest of the -ail Atc
Cdtcc W'llianis in and to the follow
ing described veal estate lying' and
being in the City of Hot springs. Car
land county, Arkansas, to-wit:
Comincncln,: a' a-';«;int on the front
of lot fifteen Hot of block eighty
nine (Sh), thirteen (I !) fet-t from the
nortlu tst eorner of said lot, and run
thence, perpendicular to the Uiigeut
at Hit:, | olni U tin rear line of said
It.:, itteeti (15i; Thence northward
along the rear lines of lots fifteen
(1*.), fourteen (Ml. thirteen (Lit
and twelve (12), a distance of eighty -
one (SI) feet. 1 In tu e on a line per
pendicular to a point cn Hie front Hue
of lot twelve 1 12) five and four ten; h s
tec t Cf f) sixt.'-four (Hit feet on Cen
tral avenue Thence to a iiOitc on
front line of lot twelve (12 > to a ifoint I
from the Northeast * corner thereof;
'l'hei»e<‘ along the fronts of lots twelve
(12) thirteen (1.! >, foort m (14) and
fifteen (tr>) a distance of one hundred
and rliiirteen and two-tenths 111-5.2)
feet to the point of bci sinning: Being
lots tbirleeu (1".) and fourteen (1!)
and parts of lots twelve (12) and
fifteen (1 ■'>) of irlo. k eight-nine (Sb)
of 'be City of Hot Springs, as sur
veyed, mapped and pla ted by 11»« C
y. Hot Springs Commission. Wiltli
;i|l the rights and privileges thereun
to belonging
Terms of sale: To be sold at pu:b
nc auetistn. to the highest bidder,
<>n a credit of three months, purchaser
to give bond with approved security,
suit! a Hen to be retained °» said
re11 estate to mm tir<- puvment rf i>ur
■b ise money.
William* inv hand as sherilf of (iar
lend ennnty, Arkansas, th s tie? l.'.tli
day of December, ini'?
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Arlington Studio
HAPPY HOLLOW FREE 2CO.
Donkey*. Boll Cart, Pony Wagon*
Furnished Free for
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Secret Societies •

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MAtONIt.
Hot Hprlng* Conimanflerj, No. I. K I.,
mi*t« every first Unnfl.iv
.1 ii in-T'i ritriELD. E. C.
M C. HICKMAN. Recorder.
Hot Hoi lints Council. .No :3. R. A S.
M.. meet* every ecci ail Monday s'tol
Chapter.
F. J GREEN. T. I. M
M. C HICKMAN. Recorder.
Hoi rlnnnga Ohsoter No «7. R. A. M,
Dieele eierv second am! fourth Monday.
M II CAMTIIEI.U M. F.
M. c HICKMAN. Secretary.
Hul Hlirtnito » -UK*' .No. ♦»/. K A A. M ,
Masniuu Temole. first anil third Friday)
T .1. HI.GHSOE. W. M.
M. C. HICKMAN, Secretary.
6UMPTER LODGE NO. 419 F. & A. M.
South Hot Spring*, corner We it
Grand and Fifth mrect*. Regular
communication* second and fourth
Fridays at S o'clock p.m. Sidney U
Sim- w. m. Roy E Ermey, Secre
tary.
B. P. o. a.
Hot Raring* lodge No ;is«, n f*. O E,
nisei* sveiv VVednexilav evening at K :i0
sham, hi their tuw hull coiner Hnrlo*
• ml ' illrv Meets. Visiting brother*
Cordially Invited.
K Ii HANOROFT, E. ».
Ray S Smith, Secretary.
eastern stab.
Hot Soring* Chanf«r. No fij O R R ,
Minimi' Teinnle 11*'r.I Motnl.i-. n » o tn.
MttS ADEAN ELl.SWORTilI.
Worthy Matron
Mies HilUiche Halley, .'ieere’ary.
CAMP NO. 8. W. O. W.
Rllver Leaf Cnrrm No. 8. \V. O W.,
meei rconil tnil fourth Pr.djjr rlvbls
at W. U W hall. HJJV. Valiev street.
II A WHEATDKT. C. C.
John E, Jones. Clerk.
ROYAL NEIGHBORS.
Vipnr City Came No 5777. Koval
Neluhtior* of Ametlra, meets first and
third Wednesday or each tm-nih in the
M. W. A biill. Visiting eolchbors are
welcome
MRS ANNA WI Did AMS, OraclB.
juiima n;«r*n. itacotaer.
KNIGHTS OF COLUMBUS.
lint Hnrtne* Pounrll No. ltM*» K'nlfh
<*f <’olnml>u«. nvetrt ov-fM \ flr«t «n«1 tbjr
Thursday in thru n*»w hall, second floo
of iIn* t>»111«Iii».r it the nnithweai ourttefovy oC
of Hath and Kxcluinse etreem. Visitors ,,n
'•-ordiallv invjt'Ml to attend v»^r
W M. T. COliR. C5. K. love
HARRY DOUGHERTY, D Q. K.
VODKRN WOODMEN OF AMERICA
Hot Springs Camp 13343 meets soc
«nd and fourth Wednesdays at the K.
IP. ball George 1). Midkiff, consul;
R. I£. Kyle, clerk. Clerk's office
GARLAND REBECCAS NO. 70.
The Gar!.in 1 Rebecca lodge meets
In the O Id Fellows hill the first *tul ,6v
third Tuesdays of each month. «.l
Mrs. Myrtle tttutta, N. G. i
Fannie Saule. Secy.
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Chicago, Rock Island
and Pacific.
TRAINS I'SrART
1:00 p.m dally. Now York and iTiloa«o
Emitod. connect, at Memphla lor all
point.
i.6o ». m dally, l,lttle Hock and Mal
vern through truin—connectius at Lillie
Rock for Oklahoma and California.
8:00 p m dally. Little Hock nud Mal
vern, Memphis and Oklahoma.
TRAINS AHRIV*
9:30 n. m. daily from Mrmphl* and
Little Hock and Malvern.
3 60 p m dally, from Memphis. N«w
Turk. Chicago and all point.
6 to p m dally, from Littlu Hock. Mal
vern and Oklahoma.
No. 40. th. 1:00 p.m. train, h.a through
eterd .leeper. to Chicago end Kanaa*
City, parlor car to Memphla. dining oar
from I.lttl. Heck.
itk-ranl on.rhrw In Memnnt. «n.| Chi
cago Make# connection at Metnpbie lot
all nalnta.
No (it. tba 1:00 nm train, baa a
through .teener to Memphla, al«n makan
lymnectlo. at Little Rank foi
CSlj
Missouri Pacific
TRAINS DET’AP.T
10:30 a ’ii —No. 330, to Little Roc'
anil Memphis. Parlor car ami dinar U"t
Springs to Memphis.
5 .'Id p. rn —No. IS, HI. Louts-Ho
Springs special, to r.llila Hock. Metnybli,
St. 1 .mils and Chicago
6:53 a. in —No x;:4, to l.ittle Rock.
St Louis and Texas points.
TRAIN'S ARRIVE. ^present
3:50 b. m.—No. 17, Hot Sprtn:er8t> crt
Special from Chicago, St. Louis, Men'^00 1
phis and Little Hock. retroacU
. 0:15 |>. in —Vo. 310, trom Me in pi
Llttlo Rock Parlor car and diner. n
If:30 p. m — No. from St. Lorn
a.'d Little liock e
Memphis, Dallas an
Golf.
Depart. t e
No. 1—Daily except Sunday, t of tl
m. Direct connections Ashdfl' r,f t o
Kansas City Southern, Frlscon bo
Cotton Belt for Hope, Paris, Dui’rl l. un
Port Smith, Joplin, Kansas City, a*
points iu Arkansas, Missouri, Texas
and Oklahoma; direct connections for
all point* diverging from Texarkuna.
No. 3—Sunday only, departs at
10:45 for all points as above stated.
Arrive.
No. 2—Daily except Sunday, arrives
2:50 p.rn. Connections from points
as stated above.
No. 4—Sunday only, arrives at 5:00
pm. from points as stated abort.
Office Phone Residence l'hnn
706 542
OR. B R. VALLS
Diseases of Women and Children .
Office Ark. National Bank Bld g.
Residence 511 Park Av«..
City calls answered
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WANTED—ROUTE BOYS AT TH
SENTINEL RFCORD. APPLY A1
ONCE.
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