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JOHN G. HIGGINS : PUBLISHER OFFICE OLD CITY HALL BUILDING PHONE 131. SUBSCRIPTION RATES. The Sentinel-Record I* delivered by carrier to any part of the city or sent by mall to any address. One Year.....'.$5.00 Six Months. 300 Three Months. 1.50 One Month .50 Subscribers Tallinn to get their paper dally will please report same to the om. c SOME HOLES PATCHED. 'Recently the attention of the as phalt paving company and the com missionors of the Central avenue pav ing district was called t« the hole* on that thoroughfare. Conditions were so bad that the street was al most impassable. Along came the street patchern al ter much delay, and part of the put ins was patched. Upper Central avenue, it seems, was woefully neg lected. Perhaps the patehcrs run out Of patching before they ranched a point near the Arlington hotel. This Idea Is indicated because Boinc loose till ing was placed In one large hole to prevent accidents. Hot Springs paid for the Central avetine paving, and paid with the un derstanding that there was a ten years’ maintenance bond behlnl "e> contract. The maintenance work lui.i been wretchedly handled. Recently there were some holes in the Malvern avenue paving. Ono ot the commissioners sent a telegram to the company notifying If of the con dition, and with Instructions ;ha* If the paving was not fixed forthwith the bonding company would lie no tified, and action taken against, it. ■By all ssesns the mailer of street paving should he looked after care fully. It Is a contract between cor poration and property owner, and the corporation lookB after itself usually. What all the people pay for, it seems, is usually not given as much attention as what an Individual or a company pays for. phalt company la under _ dition for a period of years, and that period has not ex pired. then the contract should be made good, or there should bo re course for t he people. That was an awful toll exacted by the Atlantic. Better highways. [or Carland county Is the principal need just now. i No, the golf season lu Hot Seringa 1 never closes. The Taft run has become about IK) per cent less Ilian a walk. Torrential talus call our attention to the need of a bigger sewerage and drainage system. Wasn't Hot Springs promised some base ball uud things about u mouth ago? The pennant winning team and the presidential probabilities are con suming almost all of the attention. The bond Issue will settle many a municipal question In Vrkansas if we can gel 1 tthrough “Wickersham to remain." Knew it all along It Isn't, easy to put a limit on bad luck. maintain Central avenue ( The man who threatened to make a /woman "wash a Udf in Sing Sing,” 1 added Irony to menace. The fire risk and the lire losses In Hot Springs are both material Is di minished, even if the rates on insur ance have not. .lost about the time we get on I speaking terms again with the Weather Man he takes on another grouch. Wes Jones of Washington alls Teddx Pontius Pilate. The surprise ft that anything less than J. Iseario' fitted the Jones frame <»f mind. tf the thousand Americans in Mex ico City should really torn themselves loose with those rifles, they would lie likely to link the whole Greaser out fit. For some reason the Cinderella foot Ik the exclusive property of the wom an who knows how to buy the right kind of shoes. There is nothing for iXpcle Shelby Ciillom to do but retire gracefully, and that will he an awful uadViaklng for poor old Uucue Shelby A New York sales man w ho dropped Ins pocket book in PlMaburg and found It whom ho loft it, wants to know whether it wax honesty or near sightedruss. A former governor of Now Hamp shire is to have a mountain for a me morial. If that isn't enough to make j the sculptors and aroliitortB got to gether and |>mxh resolution*, what, is?! Tho coming state fair is going te lie one that will lie referred to in future years as the successful turn-1 inf* point iri tho history of I his state institution. Hut somehow or other, that new In sane asylum management seems at ways to have room for one more, even under the limited appropria tions. More Investors are watching Ar kanBns right now than are watching! any other dozen states in tlie union, j and if we show development we will receive ample asslstan e In develop ment. No belter impression can be ere atod on our visitors during tho months of May, June, November and December than to show (horn good and attractive highways. Whnt. about that Arkansas State League, working like a hub around Little Hock, that had such good win ter proxpe ts, hut showed a sickly palor when spring ratno on? The development of I lie cities of a stale Is naturally the forerunner of the development of the country, and the host and most certain method of city development is through the bund Issue plan. Tile Turkish Foreign Minister, As sirn Hey, says Turkey lias not yet begun to tight. Does the Bey know he id borrowing a phrase originated by one of tile greatest heroes of the American navy? "Have you struck?” shouted file captain of the Serapis to John l’anl Jones. "I have not begun to tight,” answered Jones FRFE BOOK ON PILES. Tells How Cures Arc Made With An Internal Mcdtclnc. Ho you know the cause of piles? Is it Inward of external? Is it a skin disease? Will salves or cutting cure for good? T)o you know how Dr .1. S I,eon liardt found the long sought Internal cure? These questions fully answered in a I took let mailed free bv Dr l/oon hardt t’o., station B, Ituffalo, N V , or by the K. (J Morris Drug Co . Hoi Springs, Xrk., who sells H'EM-ROID, the sm ce^sl'iif** remedy at $1 per large bottle, under guarantee. At all drug stores. HAKNUART The old rc?lablo f«»r fur niture repairing, upholstering; all klmia of cabinet ami carpenter work. 117 <1ul i b i siit , i i^iMi'i- r»r»^_ ii i-H EAT AT MRS H.JERWICK’S ,r?n ys”T'« THE PLACE OF QUALITY Also Furnished Rooms With or Without BOARD. 111 Parker Avc. and 1011 Central Ave. Rooms Natural (ias ileal, l'lmne lbSl) M»v» Conner-* Aarnt eheck your hauaaar THE EDDY European Handsomest and Beat Appointed Small Hotel In Arkansao. $5.0(1 TO $10.00 KtR HUH. Che Eddy Hnn<x Housekeeping apartments In connse. tloh with Eddy lintel, fitted with gas ians>‘.», dining-room amt kitchen faclll. tic*, and rented lit suits of 1, 2 and S rooms to suit. Location- very ceil, tral Ojip bath houses, corner Ex change. Court and Central. C. N. ANDERSON General Blacksmithing Itaggy and * urrlnco Work n S[i<'t'inil v lfORSB SHOKINt; rubber thus work Agentt for I lylios lluguy Co, 212 Hawthorn St. Phone 1700 NEW DAYTON HOTEL C. L. TAYLOR. Prop. Forty outside rooms, steam heat, hot and cold running water In all rooms. Halt block from all depots and bath houses. 318 MARKET STREET RATES: %7 to $10 PER WEEK. I Have Cooper Bros, check your baggage In the New Dayton Hotel THE RICHMOND HOTEL F. B. Elliston and Son, Proprietor*. 50 outside rooms, newly furnished, l blt?ck froi^ Rath House Row. Steam hoaq electric light*. c»l) hells. RATES *7 TO $12 PER WEEK Call and See Us Before Locating 35 EXCHANGE ST. Film I (died flats Mid cot tare* for light housekeeping in connection. Satisfied THAT 13 THE. WAY YOU FEEL AT HOME The same feeling prevails among the guests at KNICKERBOCKER HOTEL Steam Heat. Hof and cold running water In each room. Hath room a on each floor. Meals pittionjri'il by Hot Springs’ moat exclu sive people. Located four tiloelcs from depot, throe lilo.-kn from I), ft. Math i louse.c Absolutely Modern Fire Proof Amrrican Plan. 228 PROSPECT A VC. PHONE V Have Cooper’s Agent chert your baggage CAMPBELL HOUSE J. P. PERRY, Prop. 221 Pleasant Street. One Block East of Rock Island Depot, Poatofflcs and Theater. BOARD AND ROOM, *5 PER WEEK. FURNISHED ROOMS. $1 PE.R WEEK AND UP. HOME COOKING. PHONE 823. Hove Conner's Aucut check your haggane Clean Cottages FOR RENT FURNISHED >04 Reserve Avenue. Phone 1238 Two blocks from Central avenue—In Heart of city, bu* quiet. MRS. J. S. MAGINNIS, PROP. THE GEARY 316 SPRING ST. Roome $1.50 and $2.00 Per Week, ■tousrkceplnq Apartments $3 Per Week Due Block North Rock Island Depot— Electricity end gas for heating and cook, ng. MRS. B. GEARY, Owner end Proprletreee KENNEY HOUSE Now Open Under Now Management. I^votyUriMR strictly itp«to-di»te; all mil . idt* ruonw*. fresh country produce, home milk and butter. Eo.ird and room $-t and $5 per week; also rooms tor light housekeeping. Call ami s',,. C. M. HACKETT, Prop. Phone 1435. Crown Street. COZY INN 131 CHAPEL ST. PHONE 110. A Modern Brick Building. Out-Half Block front RuhIiuiss Center. Two Hlwks !<> Batli MottsOif. High Luca firm. Quiet, Homelike. Tahiti MUpphcrl from Ot'K l-’AKM Every th ing PivHh nml Wholmomr. Take But to Hotel Par,. ltefttudecl. RATES Room and Board $10.00 per week and up. Beware of Drummers at Depot. R. A. WILLIAMS. Prop. I • Mfi known ns “Peg," formerly of At taint and M* »nphi8. ms Kali was Agent. Furnished Cottage, Light Housekeeping. Th*»sc «>n diet spcriully cared for. OZARK HOTEL 310 Ouachita Ave. Phone 2005. Under New Management. AMERICAN AND EUROPEAN PLAN. Recently Re-Modeled and Re Furnished One half block to two Bath Houses. Two blocks from drpois and postoffice. Electric lights, gas steam heat. RATES—$7 to $10 PER WEEK. Take Cooper’s Bus. tare refunded. M. li. BRENNER. Owner and Prep. SOUTHERN HOTEL 411 OUACHITA AVENUE. Rooms *3 and up. Table Board $3.50 pet week Special by-month. Toko I kin .it i niur i<> Ron 1 liern. Ntu> -1 bnui> for ft.00. under no nhllsa lion tu loe.ite If not nulled- fair itiioludi isn't 11? W. O. W. . A. R LYNCH, F O. E. M. W. A. Prop. O. O. 0. -- "■ ■ .. The Ferguson Beautiful house Now Furniture. MRS. C. N. FERGUSON, Prop. First class board $1 per day up. Spe cial rates by month Near Bath Houses end Depots. 100 Central Ave. Phone 834. Have Conner*. Aoent check your baaaao* Gardner House, MRS. M. W. CHAMBERS. Prop. Ail mi tali It. ronni.-t, meals served fam ily styh Satisfaction uiiaranteeil. RATFS, $6 to $10 PER WEEK. On car line, on? block from bath houses Take Whittington Avenue Car. 343 Whittington Ave. Phone 48?. Have Cooper's Agent check your baggage THE HOWARD Furnished Rooms Single and En Suite, Steam Heat OPPOSITE BATH HOUSE ROW Centr4t)> located Mot «nd cold water. Kle-trlr Halits, Cafe in connection. BOWMAN A BLi. M Proprietors. RA1ES. V u PER JtFK AND UP Have Cooper’s Agent <M,ck your baggage The Majestic Hotel and Bath House H. A. JONES, Manager _ _ r-KTH-S THE MOST MODEIR/IST HOTEL XTT XXO'- SX’E/XXJ 200 Room? with Ho. and I"--*-"1 A Compile!, Equipped ..BATH HOUSE.; rv Rooms with Hot and Cold running water, and Telephone. Fifty Rooms with Private Baths Toilets and Rates, $2.50 To $4.00 PE* DAT AMERICAN PUI ypeciai Rates by the Veekt and to Fam liesi In the Hotel Operated under auth ority of U. S. Govern ment, with hot mineral water direct from the Hot Springs Rcserva tion. NEW TOWNSEND HOTEL AMERICAN-—EUROPEAN 114-120 CHAPEL STREET 2 Blocks From Railroad Station* Bath House Row Banxs and Postoffice SEE ! INSPECT THIS NEW MODERN HOTEL 60 Outside Rooms LARGE LOBBY, SPACIOUS PARLORS, DELIGHTFUL BALCONIES DINING ROOM UNSURPASSED. White Waitresses RATES American Plan, - - $10 to $15 Per Week European ($1,00 per day) - $ 4 and up Per Week Check Ba<nra?e vrith Cooper’s Transfer Agent on train. Take Carriage from Rail road Station to the Vew Townsend Motel. Carriage or bus fares refunded to all <riie.AU nuking w<‘okljr engagePieM*® J. A. TOWNSEND. Prop. Milwaukee Hotel J. P. HICKEY, Prop. Centrally located. First-class and Strictly Modern In every department and conducted on American Plan. Electric Elevator, Steam Heat, Hot and Cold Water In every room. Coxy, Comforta ble. Reasonable In Price. Fire Proof and Homc-LIke. In the heart of the Business District away from the noise and dust. RATES—$14 per Week and up Opp. Federal Hospital and Bath House Row. LESTER’S HOME HOTEL Home of the Brotherhood Men. RATES: $5.00 PER WEEK AND UP. Two blocks east of postoffice and bath houses. Take bus at depots for Lester Home Hotel. Money refunded. 340 BENTON ST. MRS. LESTER, Proprietress. Phone 1812 J. taster member Dlv. II. of L. K., 554. Joplin Furnished Rooms GEO. I_ BEAN. Prop. THIRTY OUTSIDE ROOMS NEWLY FURNISHED HEATED BY NATURAL GAS With Board, $5.00 ani Up. Without Board $2.00 per Week and up BATH HOUSE IN SAME BLOCK Tak« Hus - Fare refunded at Hotel. Morris House S16 LAUREL ST. room arF Board |4.00 and t.i.OOPeer Weak. .. JOHN MORRIS. Propriatar. THE HURLEY HOUSE PAT HURLEY, Proprietor. > RATES. Per Week. $6.00 and Up. One block from postoffice. city hall and Depot; steam heat, electric lights and all modern conveniences. 305 Pleasant St. Hot Springs, Ark. STEAM HEAT THE DENMAN HOTEL •TEAM HEAT. Formerly the Parker. RATES: $6.00 PER WEEK AND UP. Market and Ouachita Avenues. Oath bouse stupe block—Two block* of Depot*—Central and convenient location. MRS. ROSS DENMAN AND MRS. BESSIE FOWLER. Prop*. Have Cooper’* Agent check your baggage [the park hotel and bath palace] Open January to June Exclusively European Plato Full and Modified a'la Carls Sitrica Magnificent "Semi-Piivate” Cafes and Grills Most conveniently located of any hotel in the city to the Golf ard Country Club. Our own Auto service Tin; GROUND FLOOR OF THE BATH PALACE (ENTRANCE FROM MALVERN AVENUE) IS OPEN TO TO THE PUBLIC THE UPPER FLOOR BEING RESERVED FOR GUESTS OF THE HOTEL. GRAM. CASINO EQUIPPED WITH REGULATION BOWLING ALLEYS, BILLIARD AND POOL TABLES, SHUFFLE BOARD TABLES AND THE NEW GAME “TAMATSUKI.- THE PUBLIC INVITED. Ot R HAIR DRESSING, MANICURING, SHAMPOOING AND FACIAL TREATMENT PARLORS ARE IN CHARGE OF WHI TE LADY EXPERTS FROM CLEVELAND AND DETROIT. HIGH CLASS SERVICE AND REASONABLE CHARGES WILL BE GIVEN OUR PATRONS. DUNCAN CAMPBELL, Office Manager J. K. HAVES, . Lessee and Manager THE BARNES HOUSE | 508 Park Ave. N. A. HOUGH. Prop Room and Board $5 to $7 Per Week Rooms tor Light Housekeeping Near to Bath House. ! .~ m".--—1 Just Opened and Ready for Business. DeSOTO HOTEL One Block of Bath House. ■ ..RATES $10.ih) per Woo It and Up.. S eclai Rates to Couples. Everyth tug now and modern; Steam Heat; Hot and Cold Water Baths; Electric Call Bella. 201 Olive, Corner Oak Street C. E SYKES, Prop. Illinois Hotel HEFFERNAN SISTERS, ProFS. ( lean, comfortable rooms, gas beat | in every room, with good table board; half block from bath houses. $7.00 PER WEEK AND UP Rooms without hoard, $3^)0 and up. 210 Central Avenue, The Kriss House Reliable ’X'S Boarding Also single meals served. All kinds of j fl*h and poultry In season. STEAM HEATED ROOMS. .a., ^ MRS* K«‘SS 1137 Central Avenue. ’Telephone 14^7. EUROPEAN OR AMERICAN PLAN. Moody Hotel and Bath House N. M. MOODY, Prop. JOHN L. WEILLE. Manager NEW AND MODERN Each guest room is an outside room, having hot and cold running water, local and l°nfl distance telephones, steam heat, electric lights and gas. • Eath house under gov ernment supervision, with hot mineral water supplied from the hot European AMERICAN Have Coon.r’a sprinua. PLAN—$1.50 to $2.00 per Day. No better rooms In the city LAN--$15.00 per week and up. A most ideal location. _ ' t|fnt 1 bag nag* and take but direct to hotel. McCrary Hotel RATES—American, 57.50 and up per Week. ... Oor Cott.vi- M. and Reserve Ave. ’if; Ea*tn;an Hotel and Army and Navy Hospital. The poi fectly quiet hotel at night. One-half block frpm oV*"' v°U8,e one blocl! from every city attraction. nninti V'’ I'-h.-antly furnished, modern in all its ap v I!?' e un,’xcolled and on order, supplied with '.natever money can buy. McCrary & gates, mrm.