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JOHhl G. HIGGINS : PUBLISHER OFFICE, OLD CITV HALL BUILDING PHONE 13V SUBSCRIPTION MATES. The Senttnel-Keoord Is . delivered by carried to any part of the city or sent by mall to Any address. ONE YEA*..J5.00 BIX MONTHS. 3.00 THREE MONTHS.. 1.50 ONE MONTH.50 Subscribers failing to get their paper daily will please report same to the office. — INJURED INNOCENCE.” Much is complained those days about "injured innocence” or aroused public prejudice; when the theory will not iliold water. Analyize it and you will find that there is no public prejudice. Hot Springs has been made the "fall” for the extensive operations of confidence men, and they have been aided in their operations. The busi ness interests have Buffered. The first blame is against the of ficers—al! of them—and the officers are crying “injured Innocence” but are apparently doing what tihey car. to correct the evil that almost brought them to public Igony. Hot Springs is not crying ‘‘injured Innocence" hut seems to be reaching out to correct nn evil, after a plea of guilty to being responsible for its former spirit of tolerance of evil. The press has not cried "injured innocence” hut is apparently making a move for a betterment of local con ditions, to the end of the advance ment of all the legitimate business pursuits of this resort. The public, the officials, and Ulie press, all seem to have taken their ‘ fall” in very good grace, instead of showing any signs of prejudice. A little coterie of people charged with a specific crime, and some of their well defined coherts, are cry ing about a prejudice that is only cried to divert the issue. THE CIRCUIT COURT. •Long ago it was pointed out that the Circuit Court was still in session. So it is. Special attention could be given to any outbreak, within the, Mhadow of that outbreak. Circuit Judge Cotham has evidenced a fore sight that is gaining for him the congratulations of all the people. It may be necessary at any time to use a heroic application of the law, it is well to have the law handy to ap ply ror the benefit of society when society needs the law. An exchange says: “Pack my l>ox with five dozen liquor jugs,” contains aij the letters in the alphabet. Un doubtedly the “so forth” is in the liquor. The first thing a man usually does after leaving the country and accum ulating a big fortune in the city is to advise other boys to stick to the farm __ * This national resort Is still in the balance, and will he until it has shown further evidence of meaning business in the “clean up” line. If it is a question as to tihe survival of the fittest between the legitimate business of Hot Springs and the il legitimate, which should win? It is going Jo He a dull season in Hot Springs for the individual who would have other line of business sacrificed for his own. A Pittsburg woman stole $10 and placed it under a plate in her mouth. She was discovered. The teeth prov ed false. A Hantflh professor wavs that tears are antiseptic and destroy microbes Hereafter we will bottle our tears. New York is to have police dogs It will tbe easy to throw' them off the accent with a frankfurter. There was a ‘‘safety valve" and it seemed to have been in proper condi tion for immediate use. A good watch dog Is one which w ill howr) all night and k^eep you and the neighbors awake. It is. pretty difficult for a man who hasn't anything to say to know just how to say it. Some men would like to break their record, but. can find no place to hide the pieces. It is never too late to correct an evil if the evil can be connected. Discrimination is not in order at this time. Two Blocks From Rock Island Depot; at the Depot this Road runs East and West. The Pacific Rooming House S. J. SMITH, Owner and Prop. 115 MARKET STREET Half Block from Iron Mountain Depot; at the Depot this road runs North and South, leaving tilts Depot for town, Market street is just ahead of you. SPIRITUALIST Mrs. May Elmo, well-known medium, is located at 1906 Cen tral avenue. Readings daily, Seances Sunday and Frjady, at 7:45 p. m. Skeptics I Phone 1923. METROPOLITAN CAFE 703 CENTRAL AVE. Waiters courteous and obliging. Blanke's Coffee and Teas with pure cream. Best of everything at reason able prices. Phone 756 QUICK RELIEF FOR RHEUMATISM. Georpe W Koons. T-awton. Mich., says: "Or. Detehon's Relief for Rheumatism has given my wife wonderful benefit for rheumatism. Kh« could not life hand or foot, had to be lifted for two months She began the use of the remedy ami Improved rapidly On Monday she could not move and on Wednesday she sot op, dressed herself ami walked out for breakfast." 8o!d by Rlaele <Sfc Hunt Dru> Company. James L. Graham LAWYER NOTARY PUBLIC and PUBLIC STENO GRAPHER IN OFFICE Practices In all the State and Federal Courts. OFFICE 80* ChlNTRAT, AVE PHONES: Office 746; Residence 1989. R. PEDERSON CONCRETE WORK OF ALL KINDS Estimates Cheerfully Given. PHONE 368. FURNITURE 228 OUACHITA AVENUE. Highest prices paid for second hand Fu» nlture, Stoves and Sewing Machines Geo. R. Gower. Chas. H. william* INDEPENDENT FURNITURE CO. NEW AND SECOND HAND. Telephone 166T. W. S. KIRKHAM is now associated with W. T. Haw kins and will do a general Real lCs late business. Promoting of Large Deals a Specialty OFFICE, 629'% CENTRAL AVE. Phone 209. 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 BOARO :$6 AND $7 PER WEEK Beds clean and sanitary. Ev erything comfortable, conven ient and home-like. Phone 2074. 226i/'2 Ouachita Avenue. Take Cooper's bus direct to hotel and have fare refunded. McCRARY HOTEL RATES—American $7.50 and up per week. Cor. Cottage St. and Reserve Ave. Opp. Eastman Hotel and Army and Navy Hospital. The only perfect ly quiet hotel at night. One-half block from Bath House Row; one block from every city attraction. Steam heat, elegantly furnished, modern In all Its appointments, ta ble unexcelled and In order, sup plied with whatever money can buy. McCHARY & GATES, Mgrs. SOUTHERN HOTEL 411 OUACHITA AVENUE • ROOMS $i.50 PER WEEK; ROOM AND BOARD $6.00 100 FEET FROM BATH HOUSE A. R. LYNCH. Proprietor PHONE 1087 NATURAL GAS HEAT The Knickerbocker MRS. S. W. LAUHER, Prop. Satktipd ™AT 18 THEWAY JallOUCU YOU FEEL AT HOME The same feeling prevails among the guests at the KNICKERBOCKER HOTEL Steam hrnt, hot and cold running water in each room. Hath rooms on each floor. Meals patronised by Hot Springs' most exclusive people. Treated four blocks from depot, throe blocks from U. S. Hath Houses. Absolutely Modern.- Fire Proof. American Plan. -’-S Prospect Ave. Phone 185 Have Hooper’s Agent check your baggage - -1 MORRIS HOUSE 315 LAUREL STREET. Room and Board $1.00 and $5.00 Per Week. JOHN MORRIS, Proprietor. Illinois Hotel HEFFERNAN SISTERS, ProF». Clean, comfortable rooms, gas heat in every room, with good table board; half block from bath houses. $7.00 PER WEEK AND UP Rooms without board. $2.00 and up. 210 Central Avenua. Cbe Catnar ihotel Formerly Denman and Parker.) . Under Swedish Management $1.00 a day and up Room and Board. All Outside Rooms. Fireproof Building; Steam Heat, Hot and Cold Water; Elec tric Ligtts; Everything Modern. Bath House next door.’ MRS. MATTIE WATTS, Prop. ELMER A. JOHNSON, Mgr. 204 1-2 Ouachita Ave. Take Cooper's Bus to Hotel and Fare Will be refunded. DeSOTO HOTEL New Brick Building. One Block of Bath House and Depot. All large outside rooms; broad verandas up and down ftalds; everything new and modern; hot end cold water; bath and electric call bells. Rates reasonable, and special rates to couplet. 201 OLIVE, COR. OAK STREET, MRS. C. E. SYKES. Prop. OZARK HOTEL 310 Ouachita Ave. I Phone 2003. ROOMS—$2.00 AND UP PER WEEK WITH BOARD—$7 to $10 PER WEEK, I AMERICAN AND EUROPEAN PLAN Recently Re-Modeled and Re-Furnlsnec | Dne-half,block to two Bath Houses. Two blocks from depots and postoffice All outside rooms, steam heat. Call for Ozark Hotel carriage at depot, we make no charge. MRS. M. B. BRENNER- Owner and Prop BEFORE LOCATING CALL AT Milstead Apartments Two and one half blocks to depots and baths. Brick building, steam beat. Modern rooms and suites with or without housekeeping. $7.00 per Week and up—Gas included. 137 CHAPEL ST. PHONE S85. The Home Hotel 133 Chapel St. Phone 989. Steam’heat, hot and cold water on both floors, block of Irnth house, two blocks of depots, near banks, postoffice and street car line. My Boarders Ars My Drummers. HOME COOKING American and European. Rates: Room and Board, $7 to $9 per Wk. MRS MCCULLOUGH. Prop. wtwwawMtiwwtmt The MAJESTIC HOTEL and BATH HOUSE ■. ..H. A. JONES MANAGER THE MOST rMIOXDZE^RJSr HOTEL ITT HOT SrFIRIITGS 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 BY THE WEEK, AND TO FAMILIES bAIM MOUbt COMPLETELY REMODELED and supplied with equipment an«! fix tures equal to any Hath House in Hot Springs. Hot Mineral Water direct from Hot Springs Reservation. OPERATED UNDER AU THORITY OF U. S. GOVERN ! MENT. WITH HOT MINERAL l WATER DIRECT FROM IIOT I SPRINGS RESERVATION. Have Cooper IJros. Agent check Baggage and take bus to hotel. NEW TOWNSEND HOTEL: AMERICAN—EUROPEAN 114-120 CHAPEL STREET 2 Blocks From Rallroajd Stations Bath House Row Banks and Postoffice SEE! INSPECT THIS NEW MODERN HOTEL 60 Outside Rooms Hacta With Lavatory and Running Water LARGE LOBBY, SPACIOUS PARLORS, DELIGHTFUL BALCONIES DINING ROOM UNSURPASSED. RATES American Plan, - • $10 to $15 Per Week European ($1.00 per day) - $ 4 and up Per Week ('.heck Rairmure with Cooper’* Transfer Agent on train. Take Carriage from Rail road Station to the New Townsend Hotel. Carriage or bus fares refunded to all guests making weekly engagement*. 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. Rlectrio Klevator, Steam Heat. Hot and Cold Water In every room. Cozy, Comforta ble. Reasonable in 1’rice. Fire-proof and Home-llke'. In the henrt of the Ruslne.sk District, away from the noise and duet. RATES—$14 PER WEEK AND UP. Opp. Federal Hospital and Hath House Row. AMERICAN AND EUROPEAN. THE EDDY LOCATION —CENTER OF CITY — OPPOSITE THE BATHS. AMERICAN RATES: $10 to $12.50 Per Week. EUROPEAN RATES: $5.00 to $1.00 Per Week. Steam Heat, Hot and Cold Water in all rooms. HOUSEKEEPING APARTMENTS — In Suites of and 3 rooms, all com pletely furnished for housekeeping, RATES: $5.00 to $10.00 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. Rates: $7 to $9. Three blocks from the Iron Mountain Depot. One anil half blocks from Hath Houses. Nice furniture! running water in each room. Steam heut. Home rook I ok; meals served family at vie Every thing comfortable, convenient and home like. Take Cooper's bus direct to tbe Kew Went Hot-1 and base fare refunded 340 Ouachita Ave. phone 1968 The Nonpareil T. F. FICKLE, Proprietor. ROOMS BY DAY OR WEEK. Rates: $200 Per Week Up Gas Heat. Comfortable, Convlent. 108 1-2 Malvern Ave PHONE 1667 ROOMS AND BOARD ONE DOLLAR PER DAY 1015 Central Aoe, All outside rooms. 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’* Bus and Fare Refunded at Hotel. D. 8. DAVIS A CO., Proprietor*. Resident hotel experience of 30 years Centrally located, one block to bath house* and business center. Come and stop one day and see for yourself. Taale supplied from our own poul try and dairy farm. -PRESTON ANNEX Furnished Rooms, Light Housekeep ing Apartments. RATES REASONARIF THE BEST SI A DAY HOTEL IN THE CITY. Joplin Furnished Rooms GEO. L. BEAN, Prop. THIRTY OUTSIDE ROOMS, NEWLY FURNISHED HEATED BY NATURAL GA» With Board, $5.00 and Up. Without Board $2.00 per Week and up BATH HOUSE IN SAME BLOCK Tan* Bu»—K»r* refunded *t Hotel NEW ALBANY! APARTMENT HOUSE AND ROOMS 226 PARKER AVENUE Natural Gat. Near Postoffice and Bath Houses. PHONE 497. Everything! new and clean. Up-to-Uate. Reasonable Rates. FRANK MANN, Prop, and Owner. The Lester Home Hotel HOME OF 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, clean, large rooms;; quiet and hnmo-llko; close In. C. J. LESTER. Member of Division 551, B. of L. E. 340 Benton St. Rhone 1812 THE DETROIT Furnished Rooms Gas Ifeat. Near Bath Houses. Comfortable, Convenient. $2.50 PER WEEK AND UP. 1111 1-2 Central Avenue. MRS. G. W. PITTS, Cron. Beautiful houae New Furniture. The Ferguson MRS. C. N. FERGUSON, Prop. First-class board $1 per day up. Spe cial nitee by month. Near Bath Houses and Depots 1009 CENTRAL AVE, PHONE 834.1 Have Cooper’s agent check your baggage. ! Mrs. L. Gray Formerly at 402 Prospect HOME COOKING Good Table Board a Specialty Near Depots, Postoffice, Bath and Busi ness District RATES--$7.00 to $10.00 PER WEEK CORNER ORANGE AND OAK ST. THE GEARY 816 SPRING 8T. Rooms $1.50 and $2.00 Per Week. Housekeeping Apartments $! Per Week One Block North Rock Island Depot— Electricity and gas fo.' heating and cook, ng. MISS E. GEARY. Owner and Proorletreae. 11 THE IMPERIAL HOTEL J. H. 8LA1R, Manager Rales: $7 and Up per Week Steam heat; cal! be!!*; up to-date service; ai! outside rooms. A FIRST-CLASS FAMILY HOTEL Corner Spring and Cot tage streets, one block from Hath House How and flov ernment Reservation, post office and depot. Opposite Eastman Hotel. Take Cooper's This and check baggage to Hotel. St. Charles Hotel Next Door to Majestic Hotel. Steam Heat and Elevator. Bath House and Natural Hot Water across the street and next door. RATES $1.50 PER DAY AND UP. Special rates by week or month. Take bus or carriage at depot and come direct to HAtel. Telephone 241. H. DOUGHERTY, Owner and Proprietor The GARRISON HOTEL 3NE OF THE MOST UP-TO- DATE EUROPEAN H0TEL8 IN HOT SPRINGS. 39 OUTSIDE ROOMS. PERFECTLY VENTILATED, HOT AND COLD RUNNING WATER. STATIONARY WASH STANDS, CALL BELLS AND WARDROBES IN EVERY ROOM. BATH IN HOUSE. CENTRALLY LOCATED, ONE BLOCK OF DEPOT, POST OFFICE AND BATH HOUSES. » cooper a Rates $2.00 per week ard up ADDISON & MAC DOUGALL, Props ,_ 110 OUACHITA AVENUE. i ranarer Agent check Baggage and taka bua direct te hotel. Newly Remodeled. All Out*lde Roomsl Only Swedish Hotel In Hot Springs THE NELSON HOTEL , , G. NELSON, Prop. a,n r Amerlcan rian' 'fa"’ block from i plr r.,J* m25, 'iur ;"aee her,ire loeutln*. (in., _ . Day. Rooms $2 Per Week. 337 MARKET STREET Inke Coopers iiu.s and Cheek Baggage on Train anil fare refunded -fAHE REFUNDED AT HOTEL Car J,lne aud (ins Ileal In eveir Bath room.