Newspaper Page Text
JOHN O. 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 cent by mail to any addrete. One Year. »500 Six Month*. 3.00 Three Month*. 1-50 On* Month .50 Subecribert falling to get their paper dally will pleas* report same to the office ABOUT CIVIC PRIDE. ‘TfrtTiv Is designated as 'Clean-Cp Day" by tb§ board of health of Hot Springs, an actitfn taken to enoour age a cleanly city and a healthful health resort. If you have not made arrangements to observe the day, use the telephone this morning, start one or two men to cleaning the premises, have iso garbage wagon called or some pri vate wagon, and show something of results from the day. The owners of unocetipied proper ty in the city are the ones in parttcu lar whose attention is called to the order from the health hoard. Tenants and occupants of premises usually are disposed to keep them clean. Borne do, and Rome do not, but the- unoccupied premises U al ways an eye-sore simply because the owner does not give it attention, and there is no occupant to do so. Now, after today, some penalties are going to be enforced by the city administration and ihe hoard or health. It should not he necessary to enforce a clean up order with the law, but It is sometimes necessary. The Knights Templar, the Klks, the druggists, the physicians and otner conventions will he here this montji They will start next week. We live in a health resort, and the first re quisite of a health resort is a health ful and clean locality. Contribute your share to the gen eral clean-up order by doing your duty, and then encourage your neigh bor to do hla part, and after a proper delay If there Is still dirty premises about the city to cast blots against those who have cleaned tip, the law will step in and see what It can do in the matter. Now can lx>dge get off the fencer Verily, the tax question grows hut seldom decreases. George W. Perkins anil his barrel is the other bower. And all this while Joe Cannon does not say a word. The colonel releasing delegates la Taft? Well if we aren't blowed! But Roosevelt not only shows his teeth but shows his vote. The republicans of Arkansas are to gether Just like the cat and the dog are together. Incidentally, Hot Springs could just now boast the most inviting golt links in the country. Our crop is never ending, as shown in the train arrivals during the past 10 days. A hen is said to be laying yolkless eggs. Of course, her address is New Jersey. One thing the Massachusetts pri maries did was to put Teddy on the map. 4 Clayton may bo as unconditional as he pleases, but he is in a condition to jump with the cat. It is also generally credited with being a good year for ticks and moe sasins. Hot Springs has more of opporto nity than any other city in the whole country anywhere near its size. That little girl who handed Taft a bouquet made a itoor beginning If site ever wants to be in the fashion. It Is said Senator Smith of Mich! gau declined to lecture on "Modern Ocean Liners.” Hot Springs is all together on the state fair, and the state is going to have one hummer next November. But then we couldn't pick a very indifferent president from the group of probabilities. Ixwk at Underwood. Again, we rise to mark and remark that there is certain to be a pla'e where they will bite, If It only can be found. Philander Knox is going to Califor nia. Whatever the reason, tnere seems a wish to get him as far off as possible. In the matter of indoor entertain ment. Hot Springs is there witli bells on, tmt what of a marine hand con cert for the outdoor entertainment? .__ »• Since the spirit of Jerry Simpson says it Is Roosevelt and Clark, and Clark will win, we think more of that spirit business. Except that lie is hampered in his place of residence, Oscar Underwood would he the nominee, and win in a rotnp. Ballinger was expected to deliver tlie Seattle vote, hut failed. The Idea of ex pet ting anybody to pay much at tention to Ballinger. -—j Our Mississippi brother. John Sharp Williams, declares himself unequivo cally for the man who is the most likely to win, which shows something of the practicability of John Sharp. The roml question In Garland coun ty will have to lie answered sooner or later, befnse we become an Inter eating spring, summer and fall health resort. They don't expect good roads' In winter. The United States government cnn not afford to turn loose of the relief work until It has atoned for it-s past neglect in the matter of failure to help in levee construction. The model of the Titanic stands on a pier in New York, and awaits ship ment to England. It is 31) feet Ionj? and cost |18,imjo. It is now worthies;. except for exhibition purposes. Are women prettier than they used to he? Are we growing younger and more impressionable? Or ts II tin way of wearing I he spring hats, low over the ears ‘'Fashion decrees that women are to have sloping shoulders.” Not mean Ing to lie impudent, we would never theless remark that It's easier to make a woman's shoulders square than to make them slope. SPECIAL NOTICE, KNIGHTS TEMPLAR Asylum of Hot Springs command cry, No. 5, K. T., will meet tonight, Thursday and Friday, this week, at 7:30 p.m. sharp, for rehearsal, et . and matters of vital importance. At tendance of nil Sir Knights very im perative. F. V. I*. Ellsworth, P-. » . Allen Hotchkiss, Recorder. The rallies' Union of St. .John’s.] Catholic church will give an ice cream anti strawberry social at St. John's ball, Ouachita avenue, Wednesday evening, May S, to which they invite their friends and the general public, lit GOUD-BYF. CATARRH Hyomel Quickly Cures Stuffed-Up Head and Stops Snuffling and Hawking. In the morning, shortly after you awake, dear reader, do you have to hawk and strain to get that stubborn piece of mucus out of your throat? Get rid of catarrh now; it will grow worse as you grow older. One day ol breathing pleasant, healing HYOMEI, (pronounce it High-o-.Me), the guaran teed catarrh remedy, will give you siii'li wonderful relief that you will wonder why you doubted the state ment ttint HYOMEI would end the most aggravated case of catarrh. He member, HYOMEI does not conta n any cocaine, opium or other habit forming drugs. A hard rubber indestructible pocket inhaler and a bottle of HYOMEI costs $1.00. This is called the HY OMEl outfit, if one bottle does not banish catarrh, you can get another far 50 cents at Sorrells Drug Co. and druggists everywhere. j For Sale \ 5 Passenger 40 H. 2 P. Touring Car || AT A GREAT SACRIFICE S Owner leaving city. 2 For particulars ! PHONE 207 | BOWLING ALLEYS. Four regulations In Dugan Stuart, building, opposite Arlington hotel A place for ladies and gentlemen to en joy themselves. Robt. U. McKoberts, Proprietor. 4-tf PLANTS, SHRUBBERY. ROSES. All kinds of bedding plants, rosea, shrubbery, etc. for sal.- at Johnson Floral Co.’a green house*, end of Park avenue car title. For information phone £18, 2 rlnga. 2-27 lm The Knickerbocker MRS. E. W, LAUHER, Prep. w - Sah'clipH THAT 13 THE WAY OallMICU YOU FEEL AT HOME The same feeling prevail* among the guest* at KNICKERBOCKER HOTEL steam Heat. Hot anil cold running water In each room (lath rooms on each hoor. Meals patroniz'd hy Hot Spring*' most exclu sive people. Locat'd four blocks from depot, three blocks from U. H. Hath Houses. Absolutely Modern Fire Proof American Plan. 228 PROSPECT AVE. PHONE 1k Have Cooper's Agent cherw your baggage CAMPBELL HOUSE J. P PERRY, Prop. 221 Pleasant Street. One Block East of Rock Island Depot, Postoffice and Theater. BOARD AND ROOM, $5 PER WEEK t'URNISHED ROOMS, $1 PER WEEK AND UP. HOME COOKING. PHONE 823. Have Cooper’s Agent check your baggage Clean Cottages FOR RENT FURNISHED 504 Reserve Avenue. Phene 1235 Two blocks from Central avenue—In heart of city, huf quiet MRS. J. S. MAGINNIS, PROP. THE GEARY 31b SPRING ST. Rooms $1.50 and $2.00 Per Week. Housekeeping Apartments $3 Per Week One Block North Rock Island Depot— Electricity and gas for heating and cook, ng. MRS. B. GEARY, Owner end Proprietress KENNEY HOUSE Now Open Under New Management. Kverything f-tiictly up-tn-dato; all out side* rooms; fi>>h country produce, home milk anti butter. Board and room $4 and $5 per week; also rooms for light housekeeping. (’all tnd »••• c. M. HACKETT, Prop. Phone 1435* Crown Street. THE HOWARD Furnished Rooms Single and En Suite. Steam Heat OPPOSITE BATH HOUSE ROW Cent rally lucnteil. Hot and cold water. Klectrlc lights. Cafe In connection. BOWMAN & BLUE. Proprietors. RATES. $2.00 PER WEEK AND UP. Have Cooper’s Agent check your baggage C. N. ANDERSON General Blacksmithing Buggy and carriage* Work a Specialty HOUSE SHOEING RUBBER TIRE WORK Agents for Hynes Buggy Co, Stops Rheumatic Pain When Nothing Rise Will / PIN At I S i: ijui. k and sure relict. If i; c.i \ and pleasant to apply and l.ir Setter than liniment., or plasters, it cannot blister or discolor the skin. I i’l \ \C t >S for in a* I rheun ..tit .. t.v. an.l pain.., lor mui.il.ua, laud -t ■>, lameness l.l I 1*1.'. \t I S Ol \ Ot K D!'l ill I - hUlll,-l , . . ? I PIN-ACCS CUV MIC AC CO.. I Ifvrland Henry Weimar. 12.7 central Avenue, and Allen and Walker's, Hot Springs Pharmay 60H Central Avene. A TIP TO THE WISE OLD HATS MADE NEW OLD HATS MADE NEW THE HATTERIE 245 Central Me, Phone 699 1 The Majestic Hotel and Bath House H. A. JONES, Manager THE MOST MODHIR/lsr HOTEL, IIsT HOT SPBINQa v- I 1200 Rooms with Hot and , , ^ Completely Equipped S Cold running water, and ' * n ATU n/ ,. | Telephone. Fifty Rooms # v - I H HOl ISR^ 2 with Private Raths aad v . - In the Hotel I Toilets •Rates, $2.50 To $4.00 PER DAY AMERICAN PLAN SSpecial Rates by the (Weekt and to Fam~ dies* •_ Operated under auth ority of U. S, Govern, ment with hot mineral water direct from the Hot Springs Reserva tion. Imm km m.m« fcaaaa** ana bxi •«. b h^h* NEW TOWNSEND HOTEL! AMERICAN-—EUROPEAN 114-120 CHAPEL STREET 2 Blocks From S&T&Sttir Banks and Postoffic* SEE! INSPECT THIS NEW MODERN HOTEL 60 Outside Rooms ?n?Z'LLt‘T,Z 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 tip Per Week cniivlr Baggage with Cooper's Transfer Agent on train. Take Cat riase from R.n roa.1 station to the New Townsend Hotel. Carriage or bits fares return i guenti making weekly t-ngageim-uU 1 u J. A. TOWNSEND, Prop. Milwaukee Hotel c ® J. P. HICKEY, Prop. Centrally located. FTrat-claat and Strictly Modern In every department and conducted on American Plan. ‘Electric Elevator, Steam Heat. Hot and Cold Water In every room. Cozy, Comforta ble. Reasonable In Price. Fire-Proof and Home-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 181? c. j. l.i'star member Dlv. B. of 1.. IS., 554. Joplin Furnished Rooms GEO L. BEAN. Prop. THIRTY OUTSIDE ROOMS. NEWLY FURNI8HED HEATED BY NATURAL 'IAS With Board, $5.00 and Up. Without Board $2.00 per Week and up BATH HOUSE IN SAME BLOCK Take Rim—Fare refunded at Hotel. Morris House J16 LAUREL *T. loom ■rtf’ Board M-00 and fj.OOPeer Weak, r.. iOHN 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. J05 Pleasant St. Hot Springs, Ark. (lirls and boys, don't overlook this, if \ou want as fine photographs as Sn he made at my Advertising price, ii<*h will about pay for material tn picture. Come at once io Brown’s Studio, 341 Whittington avenue, All work guaranteed satisfactory. Brices advame May 9. 4-23-lw THE EDDY European Handiomest and Best Appointed Small Hotel In Arkansas. $5.00 TO $10.00 PER WEEK. Cb« £ddv Annex Houuek.- ping apartments In connae. tlon with Eddy Hotel, titled with gar ranges, dining-room and kitchen faclli. ties, and rented In stilts of 1, 2 and S rooms to suit. Location—very cen. tral—Opp. bath houses. corner Ex. change, Court and Central. NEW DAYTON HOTEL C. L. TAYLOR, Prop. Forty outside reoins, steam heat, hot and cold running water In all rooms. Half block from all depots and bath houses. 316 MARKET STREET RATES: $7 to $10 PER WEEK. Have Cooper Bros, check your baggage to the New Oayton Hotel SOUTHERN HOTEL 411 OUACHITA AVENUE. Rooms $2 and up. Table Board $3.50 per week—Special by month. Take bus at depot, come to Southern, •lav •) liouix for $l 00. under no obliga tion to locate If not suited fair enough isn't it? W. O W. . A. R. LYNCH, F. O. E M. W A. Prop. O. O. O, The Ferguson Beautiful house New Furniture MRS. C. N. FERQUSON, Prop. First-class board $1 per day up. Spe clal rates by month. Near Bath Hohm*i and Depot*. 1009 CENTRAL AVE. PHON£ 831. H»v Cooper’* Agent rh*ck your bauuau' CHEAP SUMMER RATES COZY INN CENTRALLY LOCATED. 131 Chapel Street. Phone 1101 Two Blocks from Postoffice and depots. 1 1-2 Blocks from Bath House. .2 Blocks from Bath House Row. Monthly rates for rooms - $10 to $25 Weekly rates for rooms - $3 and up Hot and Cold water baths on Both Floors. Restaurants and Boarding Houses for Meals. Convenient. LARGE AIRY ROOMS—3 WINDOWS Don't make any arrangements ’till you have seen our rooms. .Coolest location in the city . “PEG” WILLIAMS, _ Proprietor. OZARK HOTEL 310 Ouachita Ave. Phone 2005. Under New Management. AMERICAN AND EUROPEAN PLAN Recently Re Modeled and Re-Furnlsnea One-half block to two Bath Houses. Two blocks from depots and postofflce. Electric lights, gas steam heat. RATES—$7 to $10 PER WEEK. Take Cooper s Bus, fare refunded. MWS. M. B. BRENNER* Owner end Prop, EUROPEAN OR AMERICAN PLAN. Moody Hotel and Bath House j N. M. MOODY, Prop. , JOHN L. WEILLE, Mansgtr NEW AND MODERN V Each guest room It m outside room, having hot and cold runnlfl water, local and long distance telrphonn, steam heat, electric liflht* and gas. « Bath house under gov ernment superviilon, with hot mineral wlltf supplied from the hot springs. I tuKOPEAN PLAN $1.50 to $2.00 p er Day. No better rooms In the city AMERICAN PLAN—$15.00 per week ana up. A most ideal location. Have Cooper'* Transfer Agent check bngaage and take bu* direct to hotel. McCrary Motel RATES—American, $7.50 and up per Week Corner Cottaoe St. ar.d Reserve Ave. Opp. Eastman Hotel and Army and Navy Hospital. The (mly perfectly quiet hotel at night. One-half block from Hath House Row; one block from every city attraction. Steam beat, Elegantly furnished, modern in all its ap pointments, table unexcelled and on order, supplied w!t’fl whatever money can buy. McCRARY & GATES, Mgrs. The Kriss House Reliable *-|£^ Boarding Also single meals served. All kinds of fish and poultry In season, STEAM HEATED ROOMS. MRS. KRISS. M37 Central Avenue_Telephone 141’ THE KARNES HOUSE 308 Park Ave. N. A. HOUGH, Prop Room and Board $5 lo $7 Per Week Rooms lor Light Housekeeping Nonr to Bath Houses EAT AT MRS H. JERWICK’S THE PLACE OF QUALITY Also Furnished Rooms With or Without BOARD. 111 Parker Ave. and 1014 Central Ave Rooms Natural (las Heat. Phone 15811 Have _Cono>Hs Agent check your haqgaoe ^■■■■"•“■■■“'■■■■■■■■■■a Gardner House, MRS. M. W. CHAMBERS, Prop. All outside rooms, meals served fam ily style. Satisfaction guaranteed. RATES, SC to S10 PER WEEK On car line, one block from bath houaea . Takf Whittington Aveuur Car. .41 Whittington Ave. Phone 48’ Have Cooper’s Agent check your baggage ———^mmrnm—i Just Opened and Ready for Busin,s*' DcSOTO HOTEL One Block of Bath House .-RATIOS--$10.00 per Week and 0P S edal Rates to Couples. Everything new and modern; ?>teaB Meat; i hit and Cold Water Dathe; Electric Cnlljtells. , 201 Olive, Corner Oak Street C. E. SYKES, ProP iilinois Hotel HEFFERNAN SISTERS, Prope Clean, comfortable rooms, gas b®* in every room, with good tab™ hoard; half block from bath lmu**fc $7.00 PER WEEK AND UP Rooms without board. $2.00 and «P THE RICHMOND HOTEL P- B. Elliston and Son, Proprietor* i0 outside rooms, newly furnish* 1 block from Hath House R°*j ■'team heat, electric light*, °* hells. RATES $7 TO $12 PER WEEK Call and See Us Before LoeatW 35 EXCHANGE ST. Euroltteed flat* end cottage* 'ght housekeeping In connertiofl.