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JOHN a. HIGGINS PUBLISHER OFFICE, OLD CITY HALL BUILDING PHONE 131. SUBSCRIPTION RATES. The Sentinel-Record Is delivered by carried to any part of the city or aent by mall to any address. ON* YEAR.*8.00 SIX MONTHS..... 3.00 THREE MONTHS. 1.80 ONE MONTH.50 Subscribers failing to get their paper daily will please report same to the office I*. 11 <«► PERJURY. When there is assembled at utue Hock, a convention of the proseeut ln attorneys of the state, a complete and exhaustive and honeBt report should he made on the subject ol per jury The sanctity of an oath in court In this state Is almost a mocKery. l’drjury is the buikwark behind v tiich the law violator stands, and defends himself against the law. He has no hesitation in commiting per jury with countenance unabashed. Our local court records are smear ed with perjury, in almost all the issues that are drawn there are wit nesses who solemnly testify to op posite conditions. They quality tnen oaths with the declaration that the> have seen and that they know. Then one testihes a condition exists, and the other testifies it doesn't. How many prosecutions result from perjury? A crime committed almost daily, probably on an average of man> times a day, and never a prosecuttor results. If perjury were punished every umo it Is exposed In court, how would law violators feel about the situation . Wouldn't they have more respect for the laws they violate? Wouldn't they think twice before they committed a crime that they know purjured evid ence will relieve them from?. What a common occurance it « among members or the bar, jurors', and court attendants, to speculate on whether a witness is swearing flalsc ly on the stand? The presumption of doubt is not even given considera tion, It ia presumed the witness swears falsely if he wants to. and only hia inclination is considered in proof of guilt or argument as to his innocence of the impeachment. If the prosecutors o? Arkansas will put 100 perjurors in the state peni tentiary in 1913 it will be an unlucky year lor this class of law violators, am a lucky year for Arkansas. The majesty oi the law must be preserved in some way or It will lead to a dis regard of law that breeds danger to the officials charged with the fulfill ment of the law. Hot Springs doesn’t care to make any extensive investments in the mat ter of hot water research, in fact we prefer a continuance of the physical demonstrations of the value of tho thermal waters. When Mr. Wilson makes up his cabinet appointments, it Is hoped that he will select a man tor secretary 01 the interior who can see a southern resort without a pair of held glasses. Mental telepathy Is splendidly evid enced In the telephone service when an operator knows the connection wanted is busy before you ask for the connection. A Judge has decided that no hus band has a right to bother hi* wit© when abf is in the kitchen. Most of the men we know haven’t the auda city. Loea’ policies will net stand in the way of the advancement ot this re sort, because they will have to con lorm to the needs of the resort. When you ask a friend for a candid opinion of yourself, you either must he prepared to fight or put it down that he is not telling the truth. The sign of the ‘ beautiful" was just <* reminder that some little nrciita us going to have a dull Christmas if you don’t do your part. Ig Query: How can a telephone oper ator know the number you want is busy before you ask for the number:' Answer, please. "First in importance and last in recognition," should not be for got ten. That applies to Hot Springs reservation. The real chanty is the charity that puts a doll, a toy, and a bite or ranriy in the Christmas stocttina; tor « the waif. __.# Snatc*h the purse snatcher—and then turn Itiin over to the fender mer cies of Governor Potiaghey for par don. The sanest way to handle a difficul ty is to look It all over from all sides before doing anything whatever about it. It is much easier to depend on the enmity of your enemies than to de pend on the friendship of yonr friends. Executive ability sometimes is the faculty of earning your bread by the sweat of some other fellow’s brow. A good old inauguration “brawl will help the feelings of those who are disappointed in holding office. Many a man boasts that his ances tors wefe early settlers, but strange how family characteristics change. Now is the time that the small boy 1b behaving beautifully and shows an inclination to go to Sunday school. Lota of applications tor sente on the water wagon for 1913 will not he tilled in until the last minute. Two burdens are laid on men: To desire what they have not and to have what they desire. ■*a The first thing some meij think of when they find a fault in another is to advertise it. A baby is sometimes not only the sunshine of the home, but also the storm center. To begin with, what did a privilege holder ever do to a resort but smoth er it? Get in on the ground floor tor not Springs is going to develop in sptte of it*elt. The three most powerful forces in this world are mental, physician and I oliee Some people don’t have to get out of society, it slides from under ►'em. The more trouble some people *avo the more money they want to borrow. Some men appear to be unable to keep anything except late houns. .' Incidentally things are looking up In the municipal line politically. The music of the Christmas ntnt is tinkling throughout the land. Rememher the 16 big things pos sible for Hot Springs in 1913. The 13 In 1913 is not going to prove any hoodoo for this section. ■Dont hide your light under a btrshei. Use it to conceal your faults. Now there are two days left tor the bargain counter rush. The Lester Home Hotel HOMB OK THE BROTHERHOOD MEN. No runners or solicitors employed. Best meals in Hot Springs at the price. Board and Room . $5 00 Per Week Home cooking served family style. Good, dean, large room*;; quiet and home-like; close in. C. J. LESTER. Member of Division 551. B. of I,. K. 340 Benton Si. Phone 1*12 The Home Hotel 133 Chapel St. Phone 989. •Ream neat, hot and cold water on Doth floors, block of bath house, two blocks of depots, near banks, postoffice and street car line My Boarders Are My Drummers. HOME COOKING American ana European. Rates; Room and Board, $7 to $9 per Wk. MRS. McCULLOuGH. Prop WESTERN HOTEL (Formerly the Aetna.) R. E. WESTERN, Proprietor. AMERICAN AND EUROPEAN A nice Hotel For Nice People Two blocks from Iron Moun tain Depot. Two doors from Bath House. We can also supply you with furnished rooms In cottages, or cottages furnished. ROOM AND BOARD k$6 AND S7 PER WEEK Beds clean and sanitary. Ev erything comfortable, conven ient and home-like. Phone 2074. 226^ Ouachita Avenue. Take Cooper's bus direct to hotel and have fare refunded. Hie Knickerbocker MRS. 1. W. LAUHER, Prop. (Satisfied THAT 18 THE WAY YOU FEEL AT HOME The same feeling prevails among the guests at the KNICKERBOCKER HOTEL Steam heat, hot nml cold running water in each room. Bath rooms on each floor. Menlo patronized by Hot Springs' most exclusive people. Treated four blocks from depot, three blocks from 1'. H. Hath Houses. Absolutely Modern. Fire Proof. American Plan. 228 Prospect Ave. Phone 183 Have Coopers Agent check your baggagu MORRIS HOUSE 315 LAUREL STREET. Room and Board $1.00 and $5.00 Per \ Week. JOHN MORRIS, Proprietor. Illinois Hotel HEFFERNAN SlSi'ERS, Props. Clean, comfortable rooms, gas heat in every room, with good table board; half block from bath house*. $7.00 PER WEEK AND UP Rooms without board. $2.00 and up 210 Central Avenue Cbe Camar ibotcl Formerly Denman and Parker.) . Under Swedish Management $1.00 a day and up Rfom and Board. All Outside Rooms. Fireproof Building; Steam Heat, Hot and Cold Water; Elec tric Liqfts: Everything Modern. Bath House next door.’ MRS MATTIE WATTS, Prop. ELMER A. JOHNSON, Mqr. 204 1-2 Ouachita Ave. Take Cooper’s Bus to Hotel and Fare Will be refunded. Mrs. L. Gray Formerly at 402 Prospect HOME COOKING Good Table Board a Specialty Near Depots, Postoffice, Bath and Busl uess District RATES—$7.00 to $10.00 PER WEEK CORNER ORANGE AND OAK ST. BEFORE LOCATING CALL AT Miisiead Apartments Two and one half blocks to depots and baths. Brick building, steam heat. Modern rooms and suites with or without housekeeping. $7.00 per Week and up--Gas Included. 137 chapel st. phone sbs. BEFORE LOCATING ELSEWHERE Call and examine Jones Apartments MRS. M. E. GRUBS. Prop. New, modern and Ideally located. p r week up for suites of housekeep Ing apartments. Phoen 1011. 332 Quapaw Ave. BRICK BUILDING Gas and Steam Heat Furnished. FULTON HOTEL Under new management of Scherck & co. All outside rooms. Convenient to Baths Pom toff ice and Depots. Steum Heat. Electric Lights. Hot and Cold Water on each floor. Near Car Line. Home Cooking RATES $7.00 PER WEEK AND UP. l ooms With or Without Board. Bus fare from depot to house refunded. 106 HICKORY ST. Phone 1924. THE GEARY 816 SPRINO ST. Rooms $1.50 and 82.00 Per Week. Housekeeping Apartments 88 Per Week One Block North Rock island Depot Electricity and gas for heating and cook, ng. MISS E. GEARY. Owner and Praorletraea One-Half Block North of Arlington Hotel The Pendleton PHONE 2030 235 CENTRAL AVE. All Now and up-to-date FURNISHED ROOMS Rates: $4 and up per week. TELEPHONE 2030 STEAM HEAT. NEW AND MODERN W. S. KIRKHAM Is now associated with W. T. Haw king and will do a general Heal Es tate business. Promoting of Large Deals a Specialty OFFICE, 629',/j. CENTRAL AVE. Phone 2C9. The MAJESTIC HOTEL and BATH HOUSE thid most sot BPBnrM 200 ROOMS WITH HOT AND COLD RUNNING WATER, AND TELEPHONE. FIFTY ROOMS WITH PRIVATE, BATHS AND TOILETS. Rates $2.50 to $4.00 Per Day, American Plan. SPECIAL RATES RY THE WEEK, AND TO FAMILIES BATH HOUSE COMPLETELY REMODELED and supplied with equipment and fix lures equal to any Bath House in Hot Springs. Hot Mineral Water direct from Hot Springs Reservation. OPERATED UNDER AU THORITY OF U. S. GOVERN MENT. WITH HOT MINERAL WATER DIRECT FROM HOT SPRINGS RESERVATION. Have Cooper Bros. Agent check Baggage and take bus to hotel. NEW TOWNSEND HOTEL AMERICAN-—EUROPEAN 114-120 CHAPEL STREET 2ni 1 T’* Railroad Stations Blocks rrom Bath House Row Banks and Postoffice SEE! INSPECT THIS NEW MODERN HOTEL 60 Outside Rooms LARGE LOBBY, SPACIOUS PARLORS, DELIGHTFUL BALCONIES DINING ROOM UNSURPASSED. RATES American Plan, - - $10 to $15 Per Week European ($1.00 per dsy) - $ 4 and up Per Week Oheo.U Baggage with Owner's Transfer Agent oo train. Take Carriage from Rail road Station to the New Townaenti Hotel. Carriage or bus tares refunded to all rnest, making weeklj engagements J. A. TOWNSEND, Prop. Milwaukee Hotel c 3 J. P. HICKEY, Prop. Centrally located. Flrst-rla«a and Strictly Modern In every department ami conducted on American I’lar.. Electric Elevator, Steam Heat, Hot and Cold Water In every room, (’my, Comforta ble. Reasons We In Price. Fire-proof and Home-like. In the heart of the Rue In ess District, away from the noise and dust. RATES—$14 PER WEEK AND UP. I Opp. Federul Hospital and Bath House Rojv. ■ ■ .— ■. -- AMERICAN AND EUROPEAN. THE EDDY LOCATION— CENTER OF CITY— OPPOSITE THE BATHS. AMERICANSummer Rates $8.50 to $10 Per Week. EUROPEAN—Summer Rates $3.50 to $7.00 Per Week. Electric Fang In Parlors and Halls HOUSEKEEPING APARTMENTS — In Suites of and 3 rooms, all com pletely furnished for housekeeping, SUMMER RATES— $5.00 TO $7.00 PER WEEK. New National 400 Quapaw Avenue. Phone 1008. Near bath houses and centra! part of city. RATES—$7.00 TO $10.00 PER WEEK Special Rates to Families. MRS. H. N. HARDISTER, Proprietress New West Hotel MRS. M. E. HAMPTON, Prop. American and Kuropean. Three blocks from the Iron Mountain Depot. One and half blocks from Hath Hous-s. Nice furniture; running water In each room Steam heat. Home cook ing: meals served family style. Kvt-r> - thing comfortable, convenient and home like. Take Cooper's bus direct to the New West Hotel and have fare refunded 340 Ouachita Ave. Phone 1968 The Nonpareil T. F. FICKLE, Proprietor. ROOMS BY DAY OR WEEK. Rates: $2 00 Per Week Up Oat Heat, Comfortable, Convlent, COB 1-2 Malvern Ave PHONE 168/ ROOMS AND BOARD ONE DOLLAR PER DAY 1015 Central AOe. All outside room*. Hot and Cold Running Water and Baths. Up-to. date and Modern. Steam Heat, Elec tric Lights and Call Bells. WE EMPLOY NO DRUMMERS. Take Cooped’s Bus and Fare Refunded at Hotel. D. S. DAVIS A CO., Proprietors. Resident hotel experience of 30 yean Centrally located, one block to bath houses and business center. Come and stop one day and see ror yourself. Table supplied from our own poul try and dairy farm. -PRESTON ANNEX Furnished Rooms. Light housekeep ing Apartments. RATES RFARONARI *?. THE BEST SI A DAY HOTEL IN THE CITY. DeSOTO HOTEL New Brick Building. One Block of Bath House and Depot. AH large outside rooms; broad verandas up and down stalds; everything new and modern; hnt and cold water; bath and electric call bells. Rates reasonable, and special rates to couples. ?01 OLIVE, COR. OAK STREET. MRS. C. E. SYKES, Prop. OZARK HOTEL 310 Ouachita Ave. Phone 2009. ROOMS—$2.00 AND UP PER WEEK. WITH BOARD—$7 to $10 PER WEEK. AMERICAN AND EUROPEAN Recently Re-Modeled and Re-Furnlahea One-half block to two Bath Houses. Two blocks from depots and postoffice. All outside rooms, steam heat. Call for Ozark Hotel we make no charge. carriage at depot, MBS. M. B. BRENNER. Owner and Prop. Joplin Furnished Rooms GEO. L. BEAN, Prop. THIRTY OUTSIDE ROOMS, NEWLY FURNISHED HEATED BY NATURAL OAS With Board, $5.00 and Up. Without Board $2.00 per Week and up BATH HOUSE IN SAME BLOCK I *ke Pus—Far# refunded * Hotai UNDER NEW MANAGEMENT CLEAN COTTAGES FOR RENT FURNISHED 504 RESERVE AVE. PHONE 1235 Two Blocks From Central Avenue In Heart of City, But Quiet MRS. L. C. HEWITT Everything new and clean. Up-to-Uate Reasonable Rates. NEW ALBANY APARTMENT HOUSE AND ROOMS 226 PARKER AVENUE Natural Gas. Near Postoffice and Bath Houses. PHONE 497. FRANK MANN, Prop, and Owner. Beautiful house New Furniture.' The Ferguson MRS. C. N. FERGUSON. Prop. First-class board *1 per day ud ctai rates by month. p Near Bath Houses and Depots 1009 CENTRAL AVE. PHONE 834.* Have Cooper’s agent check your baggage. THE IMPERIAL HOTEL J. H. BLAIR, Manager Rates: $7 and Up per Week Stenm heat; call bells; up to-date service; all outside rooms. A FIRST-CLAPS FAMILY HOTEL Corner Spring and Cot fi.iih House Row and Gov ernment Reservation, post office and depot. Opposite Eastman Hotel. Take Cooper's This and check baggage to Hotel. St. Charles Hotel M f 1 ir M0DLRN AND up to date. .Natural Hot Water and Bath House across the street _ * m-nr. „ and next door. KAiES $7 $10, $12.50 PER WEEK. Phone 241. H. DOUGHERTY, Owner and Proprietor. _ _ The GARRISON HOTEL CALL BELL q ANiD w^LAr7ER‘ 8TAT,ONARY WASH STANDS, HOUSE CENTRA?, v^ ROBE8 IN EVERY ROOM- BATH ,N OFF.CE AND BATH HOUSE^60' ^ BL°CK OF DEP°T* P°#T' Rates $2.00 per week ar.d up ADDISON & MAC DOUGALL, Props ... .. Newly Remodeled. All Out.ld. Room.) rw-t . , ~ "" w”",ue "00m*l Only Swedlih Hotel In Hot Sprlnfl* the nelson hotel G Ni P ( enw P»_ G. NELSON, Prop. Houe>\ '('a!! ^ our"niar«‘i ,**fl 1 f Mqjflt from Car I.lne nnd Bath *■? olL heiort^locating. Ua» Heat In every room. $1 Per D*'‘ 2L SLur P«®£® before locating c VXerr°Z-, Rl?us*aml Ch ft** 337 MARKET STREET: ‘ ami Crmck Ba^ga^c, on Train T‘ Direct to Nelson’s.