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JOHN G. HIGGINS ^ PUBLISHER OFFICE, OLD CITY HALL BUILDING PHONE 131. SUBSCRIPTION RATES. jslTli* Sentinel-Record Is delivered by I carried to any part of the city or aent by j mall to any address. ONE YEAR .*5.00 SIX MONTHS. 3.00 THREE MONTHS. 1.50 ONE MONTH...60 Subscribers falling to get their paper Sally will please report same to the office CITY DEMOCRATIC TICKET. Election First Tuesday After Firat Monday in April. For Mayor W. W. WATERS. For Police Judge JUDGE JACK ARCHER. For Treasurer WILL, II. WATSON. For Aldermen: First Ward— JOHN H. PEDEN. Second Ward— SAM WILLIAMSON, JR Third Ward— TOM J. PETTIT. Fourth Ward— GEO. P. SHEPHERD. Fifth Ward— D. BURGAUER. Sixth Ward— D. T„. WEAVER. THE PEOPLE'S INNIN^ With the convening pf the regular spring term of circuit court tomorrow morning the people are to have an in ning. Sixteen men selected (rum various walks of life form a grand Jury that has a wide range of authority. Twenty-four men selected similarly form a pettit jury that will have be fore it the trial of issues. The selection of the forty men com posing these Juries should assemble a pretty fair public sentiment. Public sentiment is the bulwark ot our system of self government. If the public sentiment is wholesome the government will *be wholesome. Hot Springs has had some very un wholesome government in the past. Officers, clothed with authority of the taw, have not. administered the law where It should have been adminis tered Tho maladministrations may have been through ignorance, or neglect or lack of desire to do so, or because of corrupting influences. As an inquisitorial body the grand jury will be expected to make a thor ough probe into conditions, and to in form the people, through their find ings, why intolerable conditions exist ed here. As has been stated before in this column, It is the duty of the court juries to be FAIR but FIRM. To be unfair in any particular would weaken the work of the grand Jury, because their motives would be at tributed to either revenge or to politi cal inclination. Neither motive should, or probably will ever enter into this work now. To fail to be lirni would bo to fail iu effectiveness, and certainly ibis is a day when it is io bo determined whether Hot Springs shall he heaped with abases, or whether the people will protect themselves against abuses of a most violent ami aggravated na tore. Circuit Judge Cot haul has given much time and attention to the work ahead. The recess of court has not lound hitu idle, llis charge to the grand jury will be made with care, it should be the guide of men selected to co-operate wiib this court. In the balance lies the question of whether Hot Springs is composed ol me,, >«L iikii iu be imposed upon, unwilling to have their visitors im posed upon, or whether the evil band of the corruptionist and the silently acquiescing officer, shall prevail. It is up .to ihe people, tor with six teen) men serving as giaud Jurors, and twcufyfour men serving as pettit ju rors, the community Is again iu the saddle, and tf'ould have its day. 1 professor in Massachusetts makes the statement that too much gossip will kill a woman. We will subscribe ff> io anybody who will help spread lire direful information. A w eked Western boy killed bis flii.er ar-d mother, and the kind juds,e scowtd extreme leniency because 'he poo"* little fallow was .made au or phan. The *-urly Chrisi Ians were poor, i.iok in any church today and the same condition exists. The earlier they arc the porer they appear. An Arkansas man was killed for leaving the door open. This great tj ime appears to have at last met witn an adequate punishment. An Ohio legislator introduced a bill to regulate the styles of women’* clothing. He’s right The skirts were becoming a little too wide. Such officials as occupy the ner vous seat today should have felt their tremors when the call for help was made by a community. It is not always possible to obtain green turtle soup; but where there la u» egg and a piece of liver there is hope. The sweet tooth in the mouth of a young girl ofteu leads to the false tooth in the old lady. Let us he grateful that so far the American suffragettes have not for gotten that they are ladies. tiulldlng is in progress and more building is anticipated, and property values are increasing. Also there are quality visitors to Hot Springs this year who will bring and send others. They will use fruit and flowers on Las ter hats, but nobody as yet has tried an egg. If the office seeks the man, the of fice has never had to go very far *o find him. Hot Springs realty is proving the confidence ot moneyed men in the .e sort- *_ f < The more informers there are the better the public will be Informed. Yes. it is stunning, that Easter hat. lfut the bill may be shocking. Don't forget to order your eggs Easterod this morning. A downtown barber has u silent partner—he’s dumb. But for March the weather is doing nicely, I hank you. Gentlemen of the Grand Jury, bo seated. U. JR. 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 Prescriptions Delivered to Your Door. Arlington Drag Store Eisele and Hunt Props. 11ft C»ntft Ay. Opcotit# AH t no ton Hot** Spring and Summer 1913 Fashions decided on narrow stripes, checks and diagnols, in similes 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 guaranteo to make first-class in fit, style and workman ship. N. COHN THE TAILOR *18 Centra! Avenue. Joplin Furnished Rooms GEO. L. BEAN, Prop. THIRTY OUTSIDE ROOMS. NEWLY FURNISHEO HEATED BY NATURAL GAS With Board, *5.00 and Up. Without Board *2.00 par Weak and up BATH HOUSE IN SAME SLOCK Twka But— Far* refunded at llotaJ. The ! Knickerbocker MRS. E. W. LAUGHER, Prop. Exclusive, homelike, modei'u in all appointments. Finest in the City Caters only to the best. American Plan. 228 Prospect-Phone 185 OZARK HOTEL 310 Ouachita Ave. Phona 2006. ROOMS—$2.00 AND UP PER WEEK. WITH BOARD—$7 to $10 PER WEEK AMERICAN AND EUROPEAN PC. AN. Recently Re Modeled and Re-Furnlahed One-half block to two Bath Houtea. Two blocka from depot! and poatofflea. All outside rooms, steam heat. Call for Ozark Hotel carriage at depot, we make no charge. Mf?s M B BRENNER. Owner and Pees 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 Reliable 1^3 Boarding Also single meals served. All kinds of flsn and poultry in sssson. •TEAM HEATED ROOM*. MRS. KRISS. 1137 Central Ave. Telephone 1417. Illinois Hotel HEFFERNAN 8IS7ERS, Prop*. Clean, comfortable rooms, g&a heat in eiery room, with good table board; half block from bath houae*. $7.00 PER WEEK AND UP Rooms without board. $2.00 and np 210 Central Avenue. Cbe Carnal* ibotet Formerly Denman and Parker.) . Under Swedish Management It.00 a day and up Room and Board. All Outside Rooms. Fireproof Building; Steam Heat, Hot and Cold Water; Elec tric Ligfts; 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 snd Fsr* Will be refunded. BEFORE LOCATING CALL AT Milstead Apartments Two and one naif blocks to depots and baths. Brick building, steam i heat. Modern rooms and suites wit.b or wlthoilt housekeeping. $7.00 per Week and up--Gas Included 137 CHAPEL ST. PHONE S85. James L. Graham LAWYER NOTARY PUBLIC snd PUBLIC STENO GRAPHER IN OFFICE Practices In all the State and Federal Court*. OFFIf'B *"3 Lf CENTRAL AVF PHONES: Office 746: Residence 1989. •XXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXX8 5 Prompt Ambulance Service >> X TELEPHONE 463. £ I HJcCAFFERTY f X UNDERTAKER l * 820 OUACHITA AVENUE. > * HOT SPRINGS ARKANSAS * •XXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXB FURNITURE 228 OUACHITA AVENUE. ! Highest price# paid for second band Fut nlttire. Stoves snd Sowing Machines. Gso. R. Gower. Chas. H. Williams 1 INDEPENDENT FURNITURE CO. NEW AND SECOND HAND. Telephone 1687. 1“ STEAM HEAT, HOT AND COLD WATER IN ALL ROOMS. HOTEL OUACHITA MRS. B. F. PACE, Prop. All out*Ifl«’ room-- and tanltaiy; centrally located Four door* from Alhambra Hattie. An up-to-date small Hotel at Medium price*. Home Cooking; metis served family atylo. I'hone 1917 230t> Ouachita Ave. RATES *1.00 PER DAY AND UP Have t'oeper Bros, check your baggage lo Ouachita Hotel, and take Cooper’* Bus; I win refund bua fare on arrival, and we will send porter Lindell Hotel \ H. C. DENTON, Proprietor, formely of Chestnut Cottage. • HATES—M 00 TO 112.00 PEH WEEK. • Steam heat, running hot and cold water Jn each room. Hath and • eall “'ell get rice. One Muck from Hath Hou>a thro* blocks from Dspet, m t’oatntttce and Hank. w *14 OUACHITA AVENUE • Taka Cooper Broe.' bus and corns direct to Naw Lindell, I «IU refund * you; Bus fsrs. PHONE 'It* • The MAJESTIC HOTEL and BATH HOUSE TEE MOST Mo=i^N5o“ smraos!! 200 ROOMS WITH HOT AND COLD RUNNING WATER, AND TELEPHONE. FIFTY ROOMS WITH PRIVATE j BATIIS AND TOILETS. Rales $2.50 lo $4.00* Per Day, American Plan. SPECIAL RATES BY THE* WEEK, AND TO FAMILIES BATH HOLM COMPLETELY REMODELED I and supplied with equipment and llx- I i tures equal to any Bath House in Hot ■ I Springs. Hot Mineral Water direct from Hot Springs Reservation. | OPERATED UNDER AU •>; THORITY OF IJ. S. GOVERN MENT. WITH HOT MINERAL a WATER DIRECT FROM HOT I SPRINGS RESERVATION. ij Have Cooper Rro*. Agent check — Baggage and take bus to hotel. ; VIVV9IV9fV9Ft9VV9V9V99VVVVVV9vVV*'>*vvvvwvw -~ ~ — — — — — — — w NEW TOWNSEND HOTEL: AMERICAN—-EUROPEAN 114-120 CHAPEL STREET J ni 1 p Railroad Stations * □ Blocks From jam HourpRowf(icc ; SEE! INSPECT THIS NEW MODERN HOTEL j 60 Outside Rooms and Running Water * 1 LARGE LOBBY, SPACIOUS PARLORS. DELIGHTFUL BALCONIES J DINING ROOM UNSURPASSED. J RATES l American Plan, - - $10 to $15 Per Week * European ($1.00 per day) - $ 4 and up Per Week • Check Baggage with Cooper * Transfer Agent on train. Take Carriage from Rail- • road Station n the. New Townaend Hotel. Carriage or bus fares refunded to all guest, making weekly engagement*. J. A. TOWNSEND, Prop. J Milwaukee Hotel % I J. P. HICKEY. Prop. Centrally located. First-clans and Strictly Modern In every department and conducted on American Plan. Electric Elevator. Pteam Heat, Hot and Cold Water In every room. Cozy. Comforta ble. Reasonable In Price. Fire-proof and Home-Ilk*. In the heart of the Business District, away from the noise and dust. RATtS—*14 PER WEEK AND UP. 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 Suite* of and 3 room*, all com pletely furnished for housekeeping, RATES: $5.00 to $10.00 PER WEEK. New National 40b Quapaw Avenue. Phone 1008. Near hath houses and central part of city. RATES—$7.00 TO $10.00 PER WEEK 8peclal 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 and half blocks from Bath Houses. Nice furniture, running water in each loom. Steam bent. Home cook ing; mea's served family style. Every thing comfortable convenient and home like Take Cooper's hus direct to the New Weet Hotel and have fare refunded 3K) Ouachita Ave. Phone 1968 FULTON HOTEL SCHRECK &. CO , Prop., All outside room* Convenient to Rath* Foetoftlre and Dt pot*. Steam Heat Electric Lights. Hot and Cold Water on each floor. Near Car Lin* Home Cooking RATE* *7 00 PER WEEK AND UP. Hoorn* With or Without Board. Bu* far* from depot to houae refunded I HICKORY ST. Pnona 1*24. ROOMS AND BOARD ONE DOLLAR PER DAY T”JE5 :_i 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 yourself. Table supplied from OUR OWN POULTRY AND DAIRY FARM. -PRESTON ANNEX Furnished Rooms, Light Housekeeping Apartments. £ Rates Reasonable. THE BEST $1 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. h<>t and cold water on both floor*, block of hath house, two block* of depots, near banka, poslofftce and i atreet car title. My Boarder* Are My Drummer*. HOME COOKING American and European. Rates: Room and Board. $7 to $9 per Wk. MRS. MCCULLOUGH, Prop. NEW ALBANY APARTMENT HOUSE AND 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 Ob' THE BROTHERHOOD MEN. No runner* or solicitors employed. Beat 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 home-Uke; close In C. J. LESTER. Member of Division 554. B. of I,. B. 340 Benton St._ Phone 1813 THE DETROIT Furnished Rooms Gas Heat. Near Bath Houses. «’omfortablc Convenient. $2.50 PER WEEK AND UP. llfi 1-3 neutral Avenue MRS G. W. I’JTTS. Prop. «.. ■ 1 1 ■"*’ * —■ ■ ■ ~:=3 Beautiful bouse New Furniture The Ferguson MRS. C. N. FERGUSON, Prop. First-class board $1 par day up. th,* i cial rates by month. Near Bath House* and Depota 1009 CENTRAL AVE. PHONE 834. 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 Bust uest District RATES—$7.00 to $10.00 PER WEEK CORNER ORANGE AND OAK ST. THE GEARY 118 SPRING ST. Room* $1.60 end $2.00 Fee Week. Housekeeping Apartments U Per Weak On* Block North Rock Island Depot— Electricity and gat for heating and sock n*. MISS E. GEARY, •wnee and PrMrletreaa. St. Charles Hotel Next Door to Majestic Hotel. Strain 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 Hotel. Telephone 241 K of C. Welcome H. DO UGH BUT Y, Owner and Proprietor >N* DELMAR HOTEL American and European. N«w brick building, thoroughly modern >0 large airy outalde roorni. Steam heat Hec*rlc light*, call bell*. 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 J. H. PAINTER, Prog. Cor. Quapaw and Marks*. [ The GARRISON HOTEL 3NE OF THE MOST UP-TO- DATE EUROPEAN HOTEL8 IN HOT SPRINGS. 39 OUTSIDE ROOMS. PERFECTLY VENTILATED, HOT N 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. » Rates $2.00 per week and up ADDISON & MAC DOUGALL, Props ___110 OUACHITA AVENUE. 1 1 rmn#T#f *9«nt check baggage ana take bug direct tt Mitt (SOUTHERN HOTELl | rooms W. per week;0UACH,TA A„VoEoTano board SS.00 I 1.0 IVK,rvj _ 1,00 FEET PROM BATH HOUSE £ A. R. LYNCH, Proprietor PHONE 1087 I THE RICHMOND HOTEL F. B. ELLISON AND SON. Proprietor*. 8K«.°rUt,1i<,*A T00®*’ nf!Wly r«ml eheJ; * Mock (rom Bath Houae Ko*. btosm heat, electric light*, call bell. frfJa 112 PE,R pWEEK S8 EXCHANGE STREET. laht hnl.u. "** >"* h<,frtr* ,OCrt,,n* Furnished data and cotta*** *«at housekeeping in counecuaa.