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JOHN G. HICKSINS : PUBLISHER OFFICE, ©LO Cljv MALL BUILDING PHONI in. subscription rates. The Sentinel-Record 1* delivered by tarried lo any part of the city or tent by mall to any addr<-*e. ONE YEAR.... $9,00 SIX MONTHS .. 3.00 THREE MONTHS. 1.90 ONE MONTH . 50 Subscriber* failing to .gel their paper Sally will planre report same to the office. CITY DEMOCRATIC TICKET. Election First Tuesday After First Monday In April. For Mayor W W. WATERS, For Police Judge ,HIOn« JACK ARCHER. For Treasurer WILL H. WATSON. For Aldermen: First Ward— JOHN II. I'EDEN. Second Ward— SAM WILLIAMSON. JR Third Ward - TOM J PETTIT. Fourth Ward— GEO. P. SHEPHERD. Fifth Ward— I). BURGAUER. Sixth Ward— I). L WEAVER. WAS LOGICAL ENOUGH. A well known hews agency which distributes more stale news from Ut ile Rock than any other, and whl'h enjoys credit for Its adherence to tacts, says there is still much com ment heard about the failure of ihe legislature to make an appropriation lor the Arkansas State Fair, which is held In this city each year. The article sets up that, lour agri cultural schools In tne stale received $600,000 in appropriations. That would fte $150,000 each. The Arkansas State Fair asked tor $40,000. The sum of $10,000 taken from each one of the state agricultural schools, nnd still leaving them $140,000 eacn, would have made up lor the $40,000 appropriation tor the Arkansas Slate .Fair. Tiie Arkansas State Fair would probably have done as much for the development of the agricultural re sources of the state as any one ol the agricultural schools. Taking these facts into considera tion, It was logical enough that the fail exposition of the resources of the state was entitled to slate atp and state recognition. There wag another reason, and probably many of them, why Hot Springs failed to get tne anticipated and promised aid for Us State Fair. ITobably ft would lie well for the Slate Fair directors to make a tlnan eiai statement, ilgure up the indebted ness, and turn this Institution over (o some other city In the slate which :s not under the ban of the prejudice of the state legislature. not (Springs is the logical site. be cause it has the best State Fair grounds, and has an outside patronage that displays the resources of the state not alone to us of the state, but where many other states view the ex hibits. ■But if such an Institution in llot (Springs can not receive proper recog nition, and Instead of neing aided is to bo looked ujion w tth jealous preju dices, there It probably is better tor the jiurposes and objects ot the in stitution, in so far as Arkansas is con cerned, that we agree that Pine BtutT or some other city can foster It, after 'taking up the iudebtedness—and then we can lend our interest Rnd enthu siasm to its success. Just a freak of March—that is alt. Aim! to think of it: Faster Huu Ejgrtay. spring bonnets, and a cold wind. The civil service, as an institution, was always aimed at the other fel low. iVext Monday the grand jury meets, and the following Monday is All Fool s par. •V Philadelphia preacher advocates Monday baseball with it prayer to open turn game. An enterprising agent has revis’d an ancient motto to read: "sweet are the uses of advertising.' A monument, to a greai man it some times an intimation that he would soon be forgotten without 1t. Also 1? might be called to attention . that tat* u* the third day of tbe spring season. iifg, The time will never come when members of the suffragette nrmy will sitow themselves to he known ag "vet erans." "The good die young,’’ out the wick- | ed grow old. It Is, therefore, appar ent why some preler to he good rather than wicked. Just why there can not be formed an eight dub ata'e leastie w"ti a cir cuit of solid Arkansas cities behind them, is difficult to guess. •j-j. ran Schumann can see how to read now, but still he can’t ace why he didn't gel a new trial ordered trom the su preme court When you hear a man boasting con tinually about his ancestors, yon can make up your mind that Iip. does not take mu-.ii pride in his descendants. “Do you know what that tired feel ing means?" asks a pate.nt medicine advertisement. We do. Politic* keeps one ho. Someone says that the South Ameri cans put up their sausages in bark. This is better than putting up bark in sausages. Hut whatever order the supreme court makes in the gubernatorial mat ter. we hope It carries with it an or der for a special election. Why not have some candidate make the race for governor on the platform mat no political pardons will even be grunted by him? A great many ''beats” can always be found in the heart of a great city. An exchange says that Sarah Bern hardt will appear in three pieces. Shocking! The sixteen men of the grand Jury next Monday will have a difficult prob lem to solve, and within its solution lies much of future nppbrtunity for Hot Springs. Von judge a man not by what he promises to do, hut by what he has done. That ts the only true test. Chamberlain’s Cough Remedy judg ed by till is standard has no superior. People everywliete speak of it In the highest terms of praise. For sale by , all druggists. U. JH. Smith MINING ENGINEER, Oil and Mineral Locator. Marquette Hotel. Hot Springs. Arkansas. | MAJESTIC PHARMACY; BEASLEY DRUG CG„ Proprietor*. In Majentlc Hotel. BATHING OUTFIT8 DRUGGISTS’ OUTFITS Prescription* Delivered to Your Door. Arlington Drug [Store " Eisele and Hunt Props. *18 Central Ava. Opposite Arlington Hotel j Spring and Summer 1913 Fashions decided on narrow stripes, (-•leeks and dlagnols, in shades of modern blue, brown ami 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 mako first-class in fW, style and workman ship. N. COHN THE TAILOR 418 Central Av«oue Joplin Furnished Rooms GEO. L. BEAN, Prop. THIRTY OUTSIDE ROOMS. NEWLY FURNI8HE0 HEATED BY NATURAL GAB With Board, *5.00 and Up. Without Board *2.00 per Week and up BATH HOUSE IN SAME BLOCK Taka Bua—Fare rvfuuded at Hotai The Knickerbocker MRS E. W. LAUGHER, Prop. Exclusive, homelike, modern in all appointments. Finest in the City 'Caters only to the best. American Plan. 228 Prospect-Phone 185 OZARK HOTEL <10 Ouachita Ave. Phone 2008. ROOMS—<2.00 AND UP PER WEEK. WITH BOARD—<7 to <10 PER WEEK. AMERICAN AND EUROPEAN PLAN Recently Re-Modeled and Re-Furnithed One-half block to two Bath Houaea. Two block* from depots and pottofflca. All outside rooms, steam heat. Call for Ozark Hotel carriage at depot, we make no charge. MOW M B BPgNNER. Owner and Peon 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 Pliable ^-3 Boarding Also single meals served. All kinds of flab and poultry In aaaaon. •TEAM HEATED ROOMS. MRS. KRISS. 1137 Central Ave. Telephone 1417. Illinois Hotel HEFFERNAN SIS7ER3, Props. Clean, comfortable rooms, gas heat In every room, with good table board; halt block from bath houses. 97.00 PER WEEK AND UP Rooms without board, 9- 00 and up 210 Central Avanua. the Camar ibctcl Formerly Denman and Parker.) . Under Swedish Management <1.00 b 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. BEFORE LOCATING CALL AT Miistead Apartments Two and one naif blocks to dupota and baths. Brick building, steam beat. Modern rooms and suites with or without housekeeping. |7.00 per Week and up—Gas Included. 137 CHAPEL 8T. PHONE 885. James L. Graham LAWYER NOTARY PUBLIC and PUBLIC STENO GRAPHER IN OFFICE Practices in ail the State and Federal Courts OFrnCES 80S *-•> CENTRAL AVE PHONES: Office 746: Residence 1989. •xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx% >? Prompt Ambulance Service > X TELEPHONE 463. > \ HJcCAFFERTY p l UNDERTAKER jj *20 OUACHITA AVENUE. X x hot SPRINGS ARKANSAS £ •XXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXX* FURNITURE 228 OUACHITA AVENUE. Highest pric.-e paid for Becond hand Fui nlture. Stove* and Sewing Machines. Geo. R. Gower. Cha*. H. Williams INDEPENDENT FURNITURE CO. NEW AND SECOND HAND. Telephone 1667. STEAM HEAT. HOT AND COLD WATER IN ALL ROOMS. HOTEL OUACHITA MRS. B. F. PACE, Prop. AH outside rooms and sanitary; r-ntrally located Four door* from Alhambra Bath*. An up to date rnall Hotel at Medium price*. Home Cooking: meal* -erved family style. Frione 191. ZJO',* Ouachita Ave. RATES *1.00 PER DAY AND UP ‘Have Cooper Bros check your baggage to Ouachita Hotel, and take Cooper’s Bus; 1 will refund bus fare on arrival, and we will send porter ' ! !■■' C " Lindell Motel H. C. DENTON, Proprietor, formely of Cheatnut Cottage. PATES—*8.00 TO 112.00 PER WEEK. Pteain neat, running hot and cold water In each room. Bath and cal) b. ll Mo vie. una block from Bath Uuuse, thrra block* from Depet, Po*t office and itauk. It4 OUACHITA AVENUE Taka Cooper Broa.' bu* and come direct to New Lindell, I will refund your bue tare. PHONE 1PM. The MAJESTIC HOTEL and BATH HOUSE . =H. A. JONES MANAGER-^-- -~ THE MOST IVEODEXEtlsr HOTEL XTT XXOT S^X^IXTO-S 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 I BATH HOUSE COMPLETELY REMODELED and supplied with equipment and flx. tures equal to any Bath House In Hot Springs. Hot Mineral Water direct from Hoi 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 bote!. NEW TOWNSEND HOTEL AMERICAN—EUROPEAN 114-120 CHAPEL STREET 2ni 1 r* Railroad Stations Blocks rrom gattHou*«Row Banks and Postoffics SEE! INSPEST THIS NEW MODERN HOTEL 60 Outside Rooms L"\rii‘wZ URGE 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 Check Batreatre with Cooper's Tranefer Ace at oa train. Take Carriage from Kail road station to the New Townsend Hotel. Carriage or bua fare* refunded to all meat, making weeklf encatremects. J. A. TOWNSEND, Prop# ! Milwaukee Hotel *.. .. « J. P. HICKEY. Prop. Centrally located. First-class anJ Strictly Modern In every department ami 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-Itke. In the heart of the Business District, away from the noise and duet. RATES—$14 PER WEEK AND tfp. Opp. Federal Hospital and Bath 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 $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 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. Rate*: $7 to $9. Three Mocks from the Iron Mountain Depot. On* >ind half blocks from Bath House*. Nice furniture; running water In each room Steam heat Home cook ing; meals served family style. Every thin* comfortable convenient and borne, like Take Hooper's Im* direct to the New Went Hotel mid hate far.- refunded 310 Ouachita Aye._Phone 196M FULTON HOTEL SCHRECK A CO.. Props. All outside rooms. Convenient to Baths PouitHc* and i>» jrfit.M. Steam Heat Electric Light* Hot and Cold Water on each floor. New Car Line. Home Cooking RATES *7 00 PER WEEK AND UP. (looms With or Without Board. I Bus far* from depot to house refunded. IM HICKORY ST. Phans IWM. ROOMS AND BOARD ONE DOLLAR PER DAY I 101 r, 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 hath houses and bus iness center. Come and stop one day and see for yourself. 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. jl Take Cooper's Bus and Fare Refunded at Hotel. U --—..- - == The Home Hotel 133 Chapel St. Phone 989. Steam heat, hot and cold water on noth floors, block of bath house, two blocks of depots, hear bunks, post of (tee and street car line. My Boarders Are My Drummers. HOME COOKING American and European. Rates: Room and Board. *7 to 49 per Wk. MRS. MCCULLOUGH, Prop. NEW ALBANY APARTMENT HOUSE AND ROOMS 226 PARKER AVENUE Natural Gas. Near Postoffice and Bath House*. PHONE 497. Everything new and clean. Up-to-Date Reasonable Rates. PRANK MANN, Prop, and Owner. The Lester Home Hotel | HOME OP THE BROTHERHOOD MEN No runners nr solicitors employed. Beal meal* Hot Springs at the price. Board and Room . *5.00 Per Week Home cooking *.rved family style Good, clean, large jjroums;; quiet and heme-like; close In’ c. J. LESTER. Member of Division 654, B. of J,. E. 34» Benton St. Phone 1612 THE DETROIT Furnished Rooms Gas Heat Near Bath House*. Comfortable. Convenient. $2.50 PER WEEK AND UP. 116 J-2 Central Avenue. _MRS. O. W. PfTTB. Prop. Beautiful house New Furniture. The Ferguson MRS. C. N. FERGUSON, Prop. First class board $1 par day up. tin* ehu rates by month. Near Bath Houses and Depots 1009 CENTRAL AVE. PHONE 834. Have Cooper’s agent check your baggage. - — ■ - —t Mrs. L. Gray Formerly at 402 Prospect HOME COOKING Good Table Board a Specialty Near Depots, Postoffice, Bath and Bust* uesa Dist-lct RATES—$7.00 to $10.00 PER WEEK CORNER ORANGE AND OAK ST. THE GEARY *18 SPRING ST. Roome *1.80 and $2.00 Per Week Housekeeping Apartment* $1 Per Week One Block North Rock Island Depot— Electricity and gaa for healing and oook. MISS E. GEARY. •wntr and Proarletraaa. St. Charles Hotel Next Door to Majestic Hotel. Steam Heat and Hlevator. Hath 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 an,| come direct to Hotel. Telephone 'Ml Welcome H. DOUGHERTY, Owner and Proprietor iDELMAR HOTEL American ana European. N'»w brick building, thoroughly modern, 60 large airy outside room*. Bteara heat electric lights, call bell*. Centrally lo rated, I block* from Bath House Row in the most beautiful resident district of Hot Springs. RATES: 17 TO (10 PER WEEK. i. H. PAINTER, Prep. Cer. Quapaw and Market. The GARRISON HOTEL 3NE OF THE MOST UP-TO- DATE EUROPEAN HOTELS IN HOT SPRINGS. 39 OUTSIDE ROOMS. PERFECTLY VENTILATED, HOT COLD RUNNING WATER. STATIONARY WASH 8TANOS, CALL DELLS 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 DOUGALL, Props Ttfir i _ . !i° OUACHITA AVENUE. ••P • i ranefer Agent check baggage ana taka bua airact te haul. SOUTH'“RN HOTEL nnriMc «o cn Jj1) 0UACHITA AVENUE S $2.50 PER WEEK; ROOM AND BOARD $600 * n lvntm o 1.°° FEET FR0M BATH HOUSE •v n. LYNCH, Proprietor PHONE 1087 THE RICHMOND HOTEL F- B- ELLISON AND SON. Proprietors. Eh<.a°tUtIl|dl r°ugi. "ewly furn'*hed; s block from Rath House 8°*' ^i»arn h-at. electric lights, call bell. RATES-—$7 to $12 PER WEEK. 35 EXCHANGE STRB'J llaht h. d ,See ,"8 hefore Furnished Bats sud cottage* f(,r light housekeeping In couuecUo*.