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JOHN Q. HtQQINS i PUBLISHED OFFICE, OLD UTV HALL «UU.OINa PHONE 1*T. SUBSCRIPTION RATES. Tits Henttnri'Reenrd la arllrered by Mtrrled to stir pan of ih« rttj or oent hf mail to any addreee. ONE YEAR. ..»«•«> •IX MONTHS . 1.00 THREE MONTHS .. I SO ONE MONTH.SO •ubeorlbers ratlins to get their paper Satly will please rer.ort earn* to <ha '.trice CITY DEMOCRATIC TICKET. Election Flret Tuesday After Flret Monday in April. For Mayor . W. W WATEftSi. Far Police Jitdfe .TITXIK JACK ARCHER. For Treasurer WILL H. WATSON. Far Aldermen: First Ward— JOHN H. PEDEN. Second Ward— 8AM WH.UAMBON. TR Third Ward— TOM J. PETTIT. Fourth Ward— CEO. P. SHEPHERD. Fifth Ward— D. BUROAUER Sixth Ward— \ D. L WEAKER the penalty holds. itomo time ago the question was raised as to whether prosecutions for ••exhihjting gambling devices" could be matte under the former law. for violations of the iaw^ committed pre vious to the time the penalty was changed. * An Investigation reveals that the changing of the penalty by the legis lature in no manner Interferes with prosecutions. The constitution plainly statps that ■where the penalty for an offense is changed by legislative enactment, which change repeals the former pen alty, prosecutions of violations pre vious to the change, hut tried in the courts after the change, Bhall be un der the old law. Therefore if there are cases for •'exhibiting'’ in the present term of circuit court, which were offenses committed before the legislature Jnade this a felony, they may stIH be tried under the repealed misdemean or law. The making clear of this point only proves That there will be little of loop hole for the escape of those who de pend on technicalities for escape. The former law, beyond question, applies for all offenses committed un der U, anu the present iaw, making exhibiting of gaming devices a fel ony, Is still awaiting Its first oppoi tbrfify for a test, and wiiiing to go the route with its first violator Means and methods for the protec tion of the heads or government can not extend too far. For those who fear less, and have less cause to four, suffer most. Also It must 1)* remembered, If you don’t get your Hauler hat. that iiaster came much too noon for spring goods this year. Mow Is that for an alibi? A Rhode Island woman has been sentenced to Jail for three months for Killing her "husband. Reno's popula tion may now begin falling off. ■President Wilson is night in refus ing the demands or socielv. The conn w try has no right to elect a man to dyspepsia, shattered nerves aud early death. a—ea—— ."Many a preacher would be willing *o divide the plate collections with President. Wilson if he would attend his church. The baseball bug is taking too deep a root to be lep to hunger when the spring season Is over. Whut about that state league? Hot Springs should April Pool the national congress and have a commit tee on the Job looking to protect our rights. Vincent Astor is giving away oata for planting purposes There doesn't seem to be anything wild atwml young Astor. The grand Jury should not be long making Us way to when- its tuftu enecs will be fell King George never feared (he bullet of an assassin because he w»s the friend of the people. Time Fox should romp speeding lo ta Hot Springs to have the roll call ed. To buy Easier hats for a tvlfp and three daughters almost requires the salary of a president. What a strange world this Is. While We are laughing at everybody, every body Is laughing at us. A Vermont man tried to sell tits wife for $10. but she didn’t have her hat on. Hut even at. that, we ask a compari son with any other national resort In the matter of social entertainment. The footsteps of the spring term af circuit court are heard approaching In the distance. Yea. Hot Springs needs more en tertainment for her people. The nose la never painted re- *rl water colors. A man says "Here’s to yon” and thpn takes it himself. The new nickel, as a work ot art, isn’t worth five cents. FOR MAYOR. The Sentinel-Record is authorize.! to announce J. W. McClendon as a candidate for mayor of Hot Springs, subject to the votes of tnp people of Hot Springs. Danielsons Swedish Dyes ... To Be Used with Gasoline. THE NEW PROCESS. The quickest and easiest process for Dyeing -Plumes Velvets, Flowers, l,aceB, Silks, Veilings, Woolens, Cot ton; also Cloves, without faking the cur! (nun plumes or Injury to the most delicate fabric. For sale by The Rexall Stores, R. O. Morris Drug Co., ami The Public Drug Co. Silverware free. Save your coupons. BONNETTE COFFEE Wm Rogers 2-11 tt. What you want to sell and the other fellow wants to buy may be welded into an advantageous bargain through a Sentinel-Record want ad. U. fl. Smith MINING ENGINEER, Oil and Mineral Locator. Marquette Hotel. Hot Spring*. Arkansas. MAJESTIC PHARMACY •EASLEY DRUG CO.. Proprietor*. In M«Ja*tlo Hotal, BATHING OUTFITS DRUGGISTS’ OUTFITS Preacrlptlone Delivered to Your Door. Arlington Drug [Store Eisele and Hunt Props. 116 Central Ava. Opposite Arlington Hotel Spriugland Summer - r—~-- Z 1913 Fash Ion a decided on narrow stripes, checks amt dtagnoia, in shades of modern blue, brown and gray. We have received a large assort ment for this season, also staples in black or stripes for pants aud vest ing*, which we guarantee to make first-class in Ut, style and workman ship. N. COHN THE TAILOR 418 Central Avmue. Joplin Furnished Rooms GEO. L. BEAN, Prop. THIRTY OUTSIDE ROOMS, NEWLY FURNISHED HEATED BY NATURAL GAB With Board, 66.00 and Up. Without Board 32.00 per Week and up BATH HOUSE IN SAME BLOCH Take Bus-'Are refunded at Hotel. The Knickerbocker MRS. E. W. LAUGHER, Prop. l£x< liisive, homelike, modern in all Finest iii the City Caters only to the host. American Plan. 228 Prospect-Phone 185 OZARK HOTEL S10 Ouachita Ave. Phona 200*. ROOMS—$2.00 AND UP PER WEEK. WITH BOARD—$7 to $10 PER WEEK. AMERICAN AND EUROPEAN PLAN Recently Re-Modeled and Re-Furnlahad One-halt block to two Bath Houaaa. Two blocka from depota and poatofhoa. All outside rooms, steam heat. Call for Oiark Hotel carriage at dapot, we make no charge. M<>8 M. B. BRENNER. Owner and Pree DeSoto Hotel (AMERICAN.) New Brick Building. Modem and Elegantly Furnished. 3team Heat. Hot and Cold Water in Every Room. Rates Reasonable, and Special Kates to Couples. ONE BLOCK OF BATH HOUSE AND DEPOTS. 201 Olive Street, Corner Oak. MRS. C. E. SYKES. Prop. The Kriss House Rtlioblo g Boarding Also single meals served. All klnda of fish ana poultry In season. STEAM HEATED ROOMS. MRS. KRISS. 1137 Central Ave. Telephone 1417. Illinois Hotel HEFFERNAN 8IS7ER9, Props. Clean, comfortable rooms, gas heat In every room, with good table board; half block from bath houses. 97.00 PER WEEK AND UP Rooms without board. |2.00 sod ap *10 Central Avenue. Cbe Camar Hotel 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 Llgtts; 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. BEFORE LOCATING CALL AT Milstead Apartments Two and one nnlf blocks to depots and baths. Brick building, steam heat. Modern rooms and suites wtt.b or without housekeeping. $7.00 per Week and up—Gas Included 137 CHAPEL ST. PHONE 885. James L. Graham LAWYER NOTARY PUBLIC and PUBLIC STENO QRAPHER IN OFFICE Practices In all the State and Federal Courts. OKOTCE 803 ».» CENTRAL AVB PHONES: Office 746: Residence 1989 Prompt Ambulance Service TELEPHONE 463. HJcCAFFERTY UNDERTAKER 120 OUACHITA AVENUE. HOT SPRINGS ARKAN8AS FURNITURE 228 OUACHITA AVENUE. Highest price* paid for second hand F*ui nlture. Stove? and How in* Machines. 0*u. R. Qower. Char H. William* INDEPENDENT FURNITURE CO. NEW AND SECOND HAND. Telephone 1687. STEAM HEAT. HOT AND COLD WATER IN ALL ROOMS. HOTEL OUACHITA MRS. E. F. PACE, Prop. All outside rooms and sanitary: centrally located Four doors from Alhambra Baths. An up-to-date .'•mall Hotel at Medium prices. Horae Cooking; meals served family style. Phone 1917 S30>/t Ouachita Ave. RATES *1.00 PER DAY AND UP Have Cooper Bros, check your baggage to Ouachita Hotel, and take Cooper’s Bus. I will refund bus fare on arrival, and we will send Dorter nffttr vniir trr ma i Lindell Hotel M. C. OENTON, Proprietor, f comely of Cheatnut Cottage. RATE*—W OO TO 112.00 PER WEEK. Etaam Prat, running hot and cold watur In each room. Rath ang rail bell acrviri- Una block fiuiu Bath Huuxe, three bloeka from ii.net Bo. toff Ico end Bank. ' >14 OUACHITA AVENUE Taka Cooper Bro*.' bua and coma direct to New Lindell, I mill refund your owe fare. PHONE im. The MAJESTIC HOTEL and BATH HOUSE -- --H. A. JONES MANAGER _ _* 'T’.TTTn MOST CMIODIELR/lSr HOTEL ITT HOT fc>±r OS 200 ROOMS WITH HOT AND COLD RUNNING WATER, AND TELEPHONE. FIFTY JIOOMS WITH PRIVATE BATHS AND TOILETS. Rates $2.50 to $4.00 Per Day, American Plan. SPECIAL RATES BY THE WEEK, AND TO FAMILIES HATH HOUSE COMPLETELY REMODELED and supplied with equipment and fl*. tureg equal to any Bath House in Hot Springs. Hot Mineral Water direct from Hoi Springs K«servatton. OPERATED UNDER AU THORITY OF U. S. GOVERN MENT, WITH HOT MINERAL WATER DIRECT FROM HOT SPRINGS RESERVATION. Have Cooper Biros. Agent check Baggage and take bus to hotel. NEW TOWNSEND HOTEL AMERICAN—EUROPEAN 114-120 CHAPEL STREET Railroad Stations 2 01 1 IP Railroad Station] Blocks rrom Bath House Row Banks and Postoffice SEE! INSPECT THIS NEW MODERN HOTEL 60 Outside Rooms ‘i“n w,“ ■nil Kuonlu| Water LAR6E LOBBY, SPACIOUS PARLORS. DELIGHTFUL BALCONIES DINING ROOM UNSURPASSED. RATES American Plan, • • $10 to $15 Per Week European ($1.00 per dap) - $ 4 and up Per Week Check Baggage with Cooper’s Trausfer Agent on train. Take Carriage from Rail road Station V) the New Townsend Hotel. Carriage or bus farea refunded U> all guest* tuakiug 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. Electric Elevator, Steam Heat, Hot and Cold Water In every room. Cozy, Comforta ble. Reasonable In Price. Fire-proof and I Home-Hke. In the heart of the Business I District, away from the noise and dust. RATES—*14 PER AND UP. Opp. Federal Hospital and Bath House . Row. —■ '■ rr.vT~sr:.T-;—r*i-= 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 $10.00 Per Week. Steam Heat, Hot and Cold Water in all rooms. HOUSEKEEPING APARTMENYS — In Suites of and 3 rooms, all com pletely furnished for housekeeping, RATES: $5.00 fs $10.00 PER WEEK. New National 400 Quapaw Avenue. Phone 1008. Near bath houses and central part of city. RATES—$7.00 TO $10.00 PER WEEK Special Hates 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 and half blocks from Bath Houses. Nice furniture; running water In each room. Steam heat. Home cook ing; meals served family style. Kvery llilng comfortable, convenient and home like. Take Cooper's bus direct to (he New Weed Hotel and have fare refunded 940 Ouachita Avc. Phone 19WI FULTON HOTEL V 8CHRECK A CO.. Props. YAH outside rooms. Convenient to Baths luatolfloe and Depot*. Steam Heat. Kleelrle Light*. Hot and Cold Water on each floor. Near Car Line. Home Cooking RATES *7.0G PER WEEK ANO UP. Rooms With or Without goaro. Bus fare from depot to hnuae refunded. 0* HICKORY ST. Phono U?4 ROOMS AND BOARD ONE DOLLAR PER DAY 1015 CENTRAL AVENUE. I). S. DAVIS & CO,, Proprietors. All outside rooms. Hot and Cold Running Water and Baths. Up-to-date and Modern. Steam Heat, Electric Lights and Call Bells. WE EMPLOY NO DRUMMERS. Resident hotel experience of 30 years. Centrally located; one block to bath houses and bus iness center. Come and stop one day and see for yourself. Table sunplied from OUR OWN POULTRY AND DAIRY FARM. -PRESTON ANNEX Furnished Rooms, Light Housekeeping Apartments. Rates Reasonable THE BEST SI A DAY HOTEL IN THE CITY. Take Cooper’s Bus and Fare Refunded at Hotel. The Home Hotel 133 Chapel St. Phone 989. Steam heat, hot anil cold water on both floors, block of lath house, two Mocks of depots, near banks, postoftlce and ■treat car line. My Boarder* Are My Drummer*. HOME COOKING American anti European. Rate*: Room and Board. $7 to t9 per Wk. mrs. McCullough, prop. NEW ALBANY APARTMENT HOUSE AND ROOMS 226 PARKER AVENUE Natural Gas. Near Postoffice and Bath House*. PyCNE 497. Everything new and clean. Up to Date Reasonable Rates. FRANK MANN. Prop. and.Owner, The Lester Home Hotel HOME OF THE BROTHERHOOD MEN. No runners or solicitors employed. Heat meals in Hot Springs at the price. Board and Room . $5.00 Per Week Home couklng served family style Good, clean, large rooms;; quiet and home-llke; close In. C. J. LESTER. Meml>er of Division 6G4, B. of J,. E. .140 Benton 8t. Phone 1812 THE DETROIT Furnished Rooms Gas Heat. Near Bath Houses. Comfortable Convenient. •2.50 PER WEEK AND UP. 116 1-2 Central Avenue. MRS G W. PITTS. Prop. Beautiful house New Furniture. The Ferguson MRS. C. N. FERGUSON, Prop. First class board $1 par slay up. Hoe. clal rates by month. Near Bath Housea and Depots 1009 CENTRAL AVE. PHONE 834. Have Cooper's agent check your baggage. 1 11 ' . Mrs. L. Gray Formerly at 402 Prospect HOME COOKING Good Table Board a Specialty Near Depots, Postoffice, Bath and Busl uesa District RATES—$7.00 to $10.00 PER WEEK CORNER ORANGE AND OAK ST. THE GEARY ■16 SPRING ST. Room* St.60 and »? 00 Per Weak. Housekeeping Apartment. It Per Weak One Block North Rock Island Depot— Electricity and gaa for hasting and aaok. MISS S. GEARY, Bwnsr and Prusrl.tr*m. St. Charles Hotel Next Door to Majestic Hotel. Steam Heat and Elevator. Bath House and across tne street and next door. Natural Hot Water RATES $1.50 PER DAY AND UP. Special rates by week or month. Take bus or carriage at depot and come direct to Hotel. Telephone 211 K of c. Welcome H. DOUGHERTY, Owner an-l Pronrletor DELMAR HOTEL American and Kuroiain. N»w brick building thoroughly modern, 60 large airy outside rooma. Bteatn beat electric light*, call bell*. Centrally lo eated, | block* from Bath Houae Row. In tb* moet beautiful resident district of Hot Spring*. RATES: |7 TO |10 PER WEEK. J. H. PAINTER, Re**. Car. Quapaw and Mark si The GARRISON HOTEL DNE OF THE MOST UP-TO- DATE EUROPEAN HOTELS IN HOT SPRINGS. 39 OUTSIDE ROOMS. PERFECTLY VENTILATED. HOT r°C°L° RUNN,NQ WATER. STATIONARY WASH STANDS, u<t>l7^^BElV.L8 AND WARDR°BE3 IN EVERY ROOM. BATH IN CENTRALLY LOCATED. ONfe BLOCK OF DEPOT. POST OFFICE AND BATH HOUSES. . Rates $2.00 per week and up ADDISON & MAC DOUGALL, Props , . 110 OUACHITA AVENUE. ^ •n,T#r A»«nt check aaggage and taka but direct t» Itdtdk SOUTHERN HOTEL ROOMS «.m ~md board |M0 * R LYNCH proJT. ET FR0M BATH HOUSE LYNCH’ Pr0pr,etOrMATltD PHONE 1087 - NATURAL gas heat THE RICHMOND HOTEL F. B. ELLISON AND SON, Proprietor*. «.». t.°, St'**1 * <"•» <«» ""*■ RATES $7 to $12 PER WFEK. Bvpu,unt kTSEE mi., -• *»"