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JOHN G. HIOCINS : PUBLISHER OFFICE, OLD CITY HALL BUILDING PHONE 1*1. SUBSCRIPTION RATES. The Sentinel-Record Is delivered by Mrrted to any part of the city or Bent by mall to any address. ONE YEAR... *800 • ’X MONTHS. *.00 THREE MONTHS. 1.50 ONE MONTH.50 Subscribers felling to get their i«per Sally will plesce res-olt seme to the , ffl. e CiTY DEMOCRATIC TICKET. Election Firat Tuesday After First Monday In April. For Mayor W. W WATERS. For Police Judge JUDGE JACK ARCHER. For Treasurer WILL H WATSON. For Aldermen: Firet Ward— JOHN H. PEDEN. Second Ward— SAM WILLIAMSON, JR. Third Ward TOM J PETTIT. Fourth Ward— GEO. P. SHEPHERD. Firtb Ward— D BURGAUER. Sixth Ward— D. L. WEAVER A RULERSHIP. Whether Arkansas Is a common wealth (o be governed by the people or by utility politicians, seems to the layman to be the only question In volved In the governorahip contest between Oldham and Futrell. In ine argument of the case before the Supreme Court, counsel for Old ham said: IT W CLAIMED THAT OLDHAM HAS THE RIGHT TO SERVE) UNTIL THE END OF HIS TERM • * • • WHICH MIGHT BE UNTIL THE MEETING OF THE NEXT STATE SENATE, OR UNTIL HIS TERM AS SENATOR EXPIRES.” In brfef, when Governor Robinson packed his little grip sack and slip ped quietly away to Washington, turn ing the stale over to Oldham, the an fJcipation was that Oldham would take a bull dog grip on the Job. The statute on the question says where there Is a vacancy In the of lice of governor, the presiding ot'ttcer or the senate shall act as governor, and if there be more than 12 months ot the orBce yet to be served, the acting governor SHALL call a special elec tion to permit the people to Oil the vacancy. If Oldham and hi* eminent counsel an not attempting to hold rnlershlp regardless of the statute, the law is beyond the understanding of the lay man. V »l | People of Arkansas are thoroughly j disgusted with crafty politicians and will not be misled by their counsel, able as they may seem to appear, i! the Supreme Conrt rules that lawyer* I for Oldham are right, there will not i be necessity for a special election and it will not be called, and Oldham will stick on the job. We doubt very much It such a rul ing will follow, and we doubt very much If Oldham will be able to make ois bull dog grip on the office hold This happens to be a government by the people for at least awhile yet. Statistics show that the average age of clergymen is greater than thit of any other claas of men. Poor fel lows! Pasting must be promotive of longevity. Property owners of Hoi Springs don't jrfiow any lack of faith in Its I future. Try to buy something. If you doubt this truth. On April 7, there will be a demo cratic congress In session, and Hot Springs should be on the job of look ing after Its own. .. ' . The rooster with the finest comb looks the worst after he Is frost bitten. A merchant has reduced the price of his fountain pens. The price ha3 como down, but will the ink? Hot Springs will straighten out it* own dilemma In due course of time, *nd without the aid of outside coun sel. The weather man is doing his part to make champions out of both flu* visiting ball teams. Everybody agrees that Hot Spring* seed* more wholesome amusement for Us visitors. The good roads movement should not la*. for therein lies a whole lot ol opportunity for this resort. Hut in the original test of the gambling bill the "goat” should not be ebony hued. Many an Instrument drawn up by a lawyer could properly be termed a wind Instrument. A poker chip found In a man's pock et sometimes makes.lt very warm for him. Many a woman without a new East er hat will regard herself as a mar tyr. Where. Oh where, are the volun teers to test the White felony gambl ing bill? Hut by next Monday the tension will begin to tighten up. The selfish man has most presence of mind. Ho never forgets himself. K seems strange that when we are tired we can best rest by retiring. FURNISHED ROOMS AND COTTAGES Tor light housekeeping; ten dollars per month and up. 136 East Grand Ave. Phone 1798 S. CLEMENT. 3-14-1 mo BEAUTIFUL McCLENDON PARK. located at Lawrence, reopened un der new managemenL Our specialty, country meals and private dinner par ties. Terms reasonable, no meals served after 8:30 p. m. no drinks. Mrs. T. J. Ferguson, Prop. Phono 952. 3-13 lmo Has opened offices in the Sumpter Little building. Rooms 1 and 2, where he will be found for the practice of law In alt the courts of the district except t.fte county and probate court, 3-13-tf Danielsons Swedish Dyes ... To Be Used with Gasoline. THE NEW PROCESS. The quickest and easiest process for Dyeing Plutnes Velvets, Flowers, Laces, Silks. Veilings, Woolens, Cot ton; also Gloves, without taking the curl from plumes or Injury to the most delicate fabric. For sale by The Rexall Stores. R. G. Morris Drug Co„ and The Public Drug Co. U. Ji* Smith MINING ENGINEER, Oil and Mineral Locator. Marquette Hotel. Hot Springs. Arkansas. MAJESTIC PHARMACY •EASLEY DRUG CO.. Proprietors. In Majestic Hotel. ■ATHING OUTFITS DRUGGISTS’ OUTFITS Prescription* Delivered to Your Door. Arlington Drug [Store Eisele and Hunt Props. It* Central Ave. Oppcelta Arlington Hotel Spring and Summer 1913 Fashions decided on narrow stripe*. <Meckg and dlagnols. 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 and vest ings, which we guarantee to make first-class in ftt, style and workman ship. N. COHN THE TAILOR 418 Central Avenue. Joplin Furnished Rooms CEO. L. BEAN, Prop. THIRTY OUTSIDE ROOMS, NEWLY FURNISHED HEATED BY NATURAL OAS With Board, *5.00 and Up. Without Board *2.00 per Week end up BATH HOUSE IN SAME BL.OCN Take Rua—Fere refunded at Hotel. The Knickerbocker MRS. E. W. LAUGHER, Prop. KxeltwlTe, homelike, modern in all appointments. Finest in the City Caters only to the heat. American Plan. 228 Prospect-Phone 185 OZARK HOTEL S10 Ouachita Ave. Phona 2008. ROOMS—*2.00 AND UP PER WEEK. WITH BOARD—*7 to *10 PER WEEK AMERICAN AND EUROPEAN PLAN Recently Re-Modeled and Re-Furnished One-half block to two Bath Houaes. Two blocks from depots and posteffles. All outside rooms, steam heat. Call for Ozark Hotel carriage at depot, we make no charge. mbs M B BRENNER. Owner and Peso DeSoto Hotel (AMERICAN.) New Brick Building. Modern and Elegantly Furnished. Steam Heat. Hot and Cold Water In Every Room. Rates Reasonable, and Special Rates to Couples. ONE BLOCK OF BATH HOUSE AND DEPOTS. 201 Olive Street, Corner Oak. MRS. C. E. SYKES. Prop. The Kriss House Roliillll Boarding Also single meals served. All kinds of flan and poultry In season. STEAM HEATED ROOMS. MRS. KRISS. 1137 Central Ave. Telephone 1417. Illinois Hotel HEFFERNAN SIS7ER3, Prop#. Clean, comfortable rooms, gas heat In every room, with good table boat*: half block from hath house#. $7.00 PER WEEK AND UP Room# without board, $2.00 and up 210 Centra? Avenue. Che Camar 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 trie Llgtts; Everything Modern. Bath House hejft door.’ MRS MATTIE WATTS. Prop. ELMER A. JOHNSON, Mgr. 204 1-2 Ouachita Ave. Taka Cooper’s Bus to Hotel and Fare Will be refunded. BEFORE LOCATING CALL AT Milstead Apartments Two and one naif blocks to depots and baths. Brick building, steam hea‘, Modern rooms and suites with or without housekeeping. •T OO per Week and up--Gas Included 137 CHAPEL ST. PHONE S85. James L. Graham LAWYER NOTARY PUBLIC end PUBLIC 8TENO iRAPHER IN OFFICE Practices in all the State and Federal Courts. omCR SOI «-* CENTRAL AVF PHONES: Office 746: Residence 1989 •XXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXX* >5 Prompt Ambulance Service > X TELEPHONE 463. > 1 HJcCAFFERTY f lUNDERTAKER\ $20 OUACHITA AVENUE. > x HOT SPRINGS ARKANSAS > •XXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXX# FURNITURE 228 OUACHITA AVENUE. Highest prlc-s paid for aecntu) hand Ful nlture. Stoves and Hewing Machines Geo. R. Gower. Cha» H. Williams INDEPENDENT FURNITURE CO. NEW AND SECOND HAND. Telephone 16S7. 6TEAM HEAT. HOT AND COLD WATER IN ALL ROOMS. HOTEL OUACHITA MRS. B. F. PACE. Prop. .„ AH outside rooms end sanitary; centrally located Four door* from Alhambra Bath*. An up-to-daic small Hotel at Medium prices. Home Cook Ins m»*l» serv ed family style. Phone 1317 130* , Ouachita Avc. RATES $1 00 PER DAY AND UP Have Cooper Brc*. check your bajKeca to Ouachita Hotel, and take Coopers Bus. 1 will refund bus far* on arrival, and we will send porter _f^ncj«mr grips _ ” Lindell Hotel H. C. DENTON, Proprietor, formaly of Cheetnut Cottage. ■ATE*—MOO TO *!?.« PER WEEK. »ta«m hrat, running hot and cold water In each room Beth eng cell h*li eervlc- One block from Bath House, thire block* fro* 1'epet, i'oetofflce and Bank. __ _ •« OUACHITA AVENUE T*k# Cooper Brot.' hue end come direct to New Undell, I will refund your hue far*. PHONE It**. The MAJESTIC HOTEL and BATH HOUSE TEB MOST SPK.IITGS 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 BATH HOUSE COMPLETELY REMODELED and supplied with equipment and n* tureg 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 cheek Baggage and take bus to hotel. NEW TOWNSEND HOTEL AMERICAN—EUROPEAN 114-120 CHAPEL STREET nt « r-ri Railroad Stations Blocks rrom gath House Row ^ Banks and Postoffice SEE I INSPECT THIS NEW MODERN HOTEL 60 Outside Rooms and Running Hater J LAR6E LOBBY, SPACIOUS PARLORS. DELIGHTFUL BALCONIES DINING ROOM UNSURPASSED. RATES American Plan, - - $10 to $15 Per Week European ($1.00 per da)) - $ 4 and up Per Week Check Baggage with Cooper’* Transfer Agent on train. Take Carriage from Rail road Station to the New Townsend Hotel. Carriage or bu* (area refunded to all gueat. making weeklj engagement*. J. A. TOWNSEND, Prop. Milwaukee Hotel v e J. P. HICKEV. Prop. Centrally located. First-class and Strictly Modern In every department and conducted on American Plan. Electric Elevator, Pteam Heat, Hot and Cold Water in every room. Cosy, Comforta ble. Reasonable tn Price. Flre-pK«»f and Home like. In the heart of the tfuaines* District, away from the noise and duet RATES—414 PER WEEK AND UP. Opp. Federal Hospital and Hath House Row. AMERICAN AND EUROPEAN. THE EDDY LOCATION —CENTER OF CITY — OPPOSITE THE BATHS. AMERICAN HATES: *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 APARTMENTS — In Suites of and 3 rooms, all com pletely furnished for housekeeping, RATES: *5.00 to *10.00 PER WEEK.' New National tOO Quapaw Avenue. Phone 1008. Near bath bouses and centra, part of city. RATES—*7.00 TO *10.00 PER WEEK Special Rates to Families. MRS. H. N. HARD1STER, Proprietress New West Hotel MRS. M E. HAMPTON, Prop. Rates: *7 to $9. Three blocks from th>* Iron Mountain Depot. One and half blocks from Bath Houses. Nice furniture: running water In o.ieft room. Steam heat Home conk ing. meals served family style. Every thing comfortable, convenient and home like Take Cooper's bus direct to the New W.-«t Hotel and have fare refunded 140 Ouachita Ave. Phone 196S FULTON HOTEL »CHRECK A CO.. Props. All outside rooms Convenient to Baths J’ostnffti-e and Depots Steam Host. Electric Lights. Hot and Cold Water on each floor. Star Car Line. Horn* Cooking RATES *7.« PER WEEK AND UP. Moema With or Without Board. Bus fsre from depot to house refunded. M HICKORY *?. Phene 1*24. ROOMS AND BOARD ONE DOLLAR PER DAY 1015 CENTRAL AVENUE. D. 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 vourself. Table supplied from OUK 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 and cold water on both floor*, block of bath house, two block* of depots, near banks, postofflee and street car line. My Boarders Are My Drtimmtrs. HOME COOKING American and European. Rates: Room and Board. *7 to tv per Wk. mrs. McCullough. NEW ALBANY APARTMENT HOUSE ANO ROOMS 226 PARKER AVENUE Natural Gas. Near Postoffice and Bath Houses. PHONE 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. Best meals in Hot Springs at the price. Board and Room . $5.00 Per Week Home cooking nerved family style. Good, clean, large rooms;; quiet and home-like; close In. C. J. LESTER. Member of Division 554, B. of 1. E. 340 Benton St. _Phone 1812 THE DETROIT Furnished Rooms Oas Heat. Near Bath House*, t'omforlable <"omruieut $2.50 PER WEEK AND UP. 116 1-2 Goutre! Avenue MRS. a. W PIT TS. Prop. ‘ - ■■ ....LJ Beautiful house New Furniture The Ferguson MRS. C. N. FERGUSON, Prop. First class board $1 pot day up. But rial rates by month. Near Bath Houses and Depots 100S CENTRAL AVE. PHONE •$». Have Cooper’s agent check your baggage. . ( —1 Mrs. L. Gray Formerly at 402 Prospect HOME COOKING Good Table Board a Specialty Near Oepott, Postoffice. Bath and Bust uess District RATES—$7.00 to $10.00 PER WEEK CORNER ORANGE AND OAK 8T. THE GEARY $1* SPRING ST. Rooms $150 and $2.00 Pee Week Housekeeping Apartment# $1 Per Week One Block North Rock Island Depot— Electricity and gas fee heating and cook. MIM *. GEARY, **ner and Praprtetrea*. St. Charles Hotel Next Door to Majestic Hotel. Steam Heat and Elevator. Bath House and Natural Hot Water across tUe 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 Hotel. Telephone 211 K of C. Welcome H. DOUGHERTY, Owner and Proprietor DELMAR HOTEL American and European. orirfc building, thoroughly modern, S® large airy outside room*, Bt.am heat electric lights, call tulle. Centrally lo rated, t blocks from Bath House Row In the most beautiful resident district of Hot Spring*. RATES: %7 TO |10 PER WEEK. *. H. PAINTER, Prep. Car. Quapaw and Market The GARRISON HOTEL 3NE or THE MOST UP-TO- DATE EUROPEAN HOTELS IN HOT SPRINGS. 39 OUTSIDE ROOMS. PERFECTLY VENTILATED. HOT HND COLD RUNNING WATER. STATIONARY WASH STANDS. CALL BE t LS AND WARDROBES IN EVERY ROOM. BATH IN HOUSE. CENTRALLY LOCATED. ONE BLOCK OF DEPOT, POST OFFICE AND BATH HOUSES. » Rates $2.00 per week and up ADDISON & MAC DOUG ALL, Props CMMr. .A10. OUACHITA AVENUE. ** ~f A3*ht check and take feist direct te —————- ^ SOUTHERN HOTEL ROOM, orrj u *11 OUACHITA AVENUE _ OOM3 l«-.50 PER WEEK; ROOM AND BOARD $6.0® 4 P i viuru n „ !°° FEET PROM BATH HOUSE A. P. LYNCH, Proprietor PHONE 1087 ——_ NATURAL GAS HEAT - THE RICHMOND HOTEL F- B. ELLISON AND SON, Proprietors. *«» ".r“&rrs,’iu'2i Kl,Mi * "om *1 BAT£ !I2. PER ,WE£K- >S EXCHANGE STM"; Jlsht hou» -!rlln 6*,0ra k>c'ltln'< Furnished flats end rolls** ** iiBot nousfkrepiu* In connection.