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SENTINEL- RECORD
JOHN Q. HIGGINS :: PUBLISHER
OFFICE, OLD CITY HALL. BUILDING
PHONE 131.
’ SUBSCRIPTION RATES.
The Sentinel Record Is delivered by
eniTler to «ny part of (he city or sent by
null to any address
ONE YEAR.. .*'0
BIX MONTHS. » 00
THREE MONTHS. 1-60
ONE MONTH .60
Subscribers falling to get their paper
daily will ple.isn report twine to the ofTIcr.
TAKE INTEREST TODAY.
This afternoon at 2 o'clock in the
office of i lie mayor in the city hall
t lie Boa id of Public Affairs will hold u
nicotine. At that meeting ‘here will
bo discussed necessary expenditures
lor the benefit of Hot Springs In the
matter of ample fir© protection. •
YOU are interested in the action to
tic taken. Why not attend?
Three men compose the board. Sup
rose three men. representing all the
people of Hot Sprinbs. and all the Ti
terests of Hot Springs, should want
f.o know about what Hot Springs
wants.
Be (hero to speak tor yourself.
Tile way to got big things, aye, even
necessary things, for Hot Springs, is
for the people who are interested to
show their interest. Suppose every
man Interested in the subject should
steal half an hour from business and
run over to the mayor's office, and
Stic w hat is 'being done, and allow the
members of the board that they feel
an interest in the atfnirs of the city.
Many a good solid property owner
has finished his week’s business by 2
o'clock' ‘his afternoon, and could find
time to go and talk with the mem
bers of the boat'd about, city atfairs.
It, may bo that a large depot will
tie assumed quite soon. What do you
think about It? You don't know. No
body could know if he were fair to
himself, without an investigation ol
bis own. Then he would know, ana
would most probably favor a full and
complete fire protection service r.t
any price.
THE BENTON DEPOT.
The lack of a passenger depot at
Ben'.on. where the iron Mountain
transfers have to lie made by passen
gers to Hot Springs, is another evi
dence of the "don't care" of the peo
ple of this city.
Many months ago, in fact about a
year ago, the passenger depot on the
Iron Mountain linn was burned at
Heaton. Box oars were placed be
side the tracks for temporary shelter
of the passengers, and the situation
was fog often.
fteoently Benton citizens have been
prodding the railroad through tbo
railroad commission in a demand for
e deiHit at the junction.
The depot, or the lack ot a depot,
is of ten times more Importance to
the people of Hot Springs than ot
Benton because Hot Springs iravei
through Benton is much more than
ten times at longer in number than
Benton travel In an out ot Benton.
The Iron Mountain railroad is t!i i
southern connection out of Hot
Wpringa, which marie the necessity ot
h depot for the change of cars tar
more necessary to Hot Springe, pas
senger*. We liave through north' rn
mid eastern and western trains, n it
fill southern traftic is subject 10
change at Hen ton.
Of course iu time the Iron .Moun
tain will rebuilt?- the burned depot.
Thai isn’t tin- thing. HI m.lC 1N.-V
TIV1TY in Hot Springs is the impor
tant. thing. We didn't seem to caro
whether there was a depot, there tor
onr patronage, or a dark ‘hex ear.
We seem to take -too much for grant
ed. Wo do not help onr patronage to
increase. Any lady coming to Hot
Springs, traveling, alone, from the
south, who -had to await a connection
imlefinately in a dirty box car, would
he sorry ahe started to Hot, Springs
Jictori she got here.
The railroads will think more ot us
if wo stand up for our righis. Ho: h
trunk lines would make lar more
profits out of -tlveir Hot Springs bus
iness if the people here * ere of the
alert and aggressive kind who would
demand that every facility for increas
ing patronage and pleasing patronage
he taxed to the maxlum. That would
lie the k-lnd of a populace the Tail
reads would watch with a never sleep
ing eye.
And if wo were that kind of people,
in everything -pertaining to our pat
ronage; alert, watchful, zealous and
painstaking, there would have been a
neat passenger station at Benton long
ago, and probably, the foundation
would have been Bald already lor a
grand station in. Hot Springs. Hut
we are not that Kind of people, more
Is the pity tor o.urselves, and more
is tlio pity to tin.', big trunk lines oi
railroads who want more business.
The young reporter should always
rememher that an industry progress
's by leaps and bounds, and that any
thing to eat at a social gathering *s
a bountiful repast.
If we could dynamite the people
out. to*publi,'. meetings, the necessi
ties of the public meetings would
soon lie setled.
Some men do not gossi|); they in
sist on sending their wives out to g<>t
the news tor them.
It is no use trying to pretend you
are the hero when you step on a col
lar button with your bare teet.
The ties!, way to collect a libraaiy
is never to buy to lend, but borrow
to keep.
Some women couldn’t dress better
even though their husbands could nt
ford it.
Mow that the Thanksgiving turkey
lias set tied we can look forward to
the one being lattened lor grnas.
Wonder how many citizens will at
tend the next council meeting, and
i he next one after I hat ?
- If the city had the money we could
any of us dictate where it could be
spent, to advantage.
I
A kodak camera takes pictures and
money.
It does look sometimes like the
wanes of sin Is wealth.
The man who keeps his mouth sh it
Is seldom open to criticism.
NATIVE OF
THE SOUTHLAND
And Nothing Pleases This Lady
More, Than to Praise Cardui The
Woman,s Tonic.
ObllHcotho, Ohio. “I am a naiive
of the Southland," says Mrs. Bil. Dav
is, of this town, "and nothing pleases
mo more than to epeak^ a word of
praise for Cardui the woman’s tonic,
for I firmly believe ‘.hat it snatched
me from the grave. Although I do
not need it now. I always keep a su.i- j
ply on hand.
I have been married II yea is. ami
li.nl two children After the young' i
was born, 1 was not »ole to walk, and
for four years, I was not strong o
Hough to stand on in\ loot five min
utes at the Mine, without something
to support me.
After every thing else hail failed. I
wrote to the ladies Advisory Depart
ment, of the Chattanooga. Modiclae
Co., lor advice, and they kindly told
me what I needed. I commenced tak
ing the Cardui Home Treatment, t
used only about fojir botb's of (lie Car
dui bul. today, 1 am will, run do tnv
own work, and walk as far as I want
to.
I ran Mover praise Cardut mount
and my neighbors cannot not done,
w enduring nt the change tn me."
Cardul will surely do as much ior
you, as if did for the writer af the
above* letter, if you will only give it a I
trial.
Cou't delay. Itagln taking (’ardul j
today. Your druftnlst sells It.
N. |: Write to. laidlcs* Advisory
('Imttanooiru Medioim I’n, Cliut
tnnooRa. Triu . for Special Instructions,
Hint «4-(»ir.' liook "Home Tr* ulmeiit for
Women,” sent In plain mapper, on ie
nu ost.
~---- — -- I
Arlington Drug Store
EISELE A HUNT, Prop*.
31k Central Ave.. opposite Arllnaton Hotel
STORAGE
When you want to store household
Boo<1s. or crate, pack of ship furniture
call on
MURRAY TRANSFER. CO
We have Rot the only fireproof ware
house In the city. Warehouse construct
ed with separate apartment* for jroiu
furniture.
Telephone 82 or *8.
Majestic Pharmacy
BEASLEY DRUG CO., Proprietor*.
In Majestic Hotel.
BATHING OUTFITS,
DRUGGIST S' OtfTFITS.
Prescription* Ocbvered to Vour Door,
•‘SYRUP OF FlliS” FUR
CONSTIPATFD Mill II
DELICIOUS "FRUIT LAXITIWE"
CAN'T HARM STOMACH, LIVER
AND BOWELS.
Kv^ry mother realizes, after giving
her children ''California Syrup of
Cigs,” that this is their ideal laxative,
because they love its pi ease nt taste
and it thoroughly cleanses the tender
little stomach, liver and bowels with
out griping.
When cross, irritable, feverish or
breath is bad. stomach sour, look at
the tongue, mother! If coated give
a teaspoonful of this harmless “fruit
laxative'' and in a few hours till the
foul, constipated waste, sour bile and
undigested food passes out of the
bowels, and you have a well, playful
hild again. When its little system
is full of coud, throat sore, has .
stomach-ache, diarrhoea, indigestion,
colic—remember, a good “inside
cleaning” should always bo the forst
treatment given.
-Millions of mothers keep "Califor
nia Syrup of figs” handy; they know
a teaspoonful today saves a sick child
tomorrow-. Ask your druggist for a
50-eent bottle of “California Syrup of
Figs,” which has directions for
babies, children of all ages and grown
ups printed on the bottle. Beware of
counterfeits sold here, so don’t be
fooled. Get the ge.uine, made by “Cal
ifornia Fig Syrup Company.”
-o
Removal sale of millinery—see our
big ad. Sunday morning. Bon Ton
Millinery, Mrs, K. Huff.
SOMETHING NEW IN THE
BUILDING LINE
I build brick residences just as cheap
as frame.
C. ANDERSEN,
CONTRACTOR.
317 Quapaw Avenue. Phone 166.
W. P. Jones & Son
Contractors
Make a specialty of building frame
residences from the largest to the
smallest, Ia>t us figure your work.
We will please you with first class
work. l>rop us a card and wo will
see you at once. 201 Pecan Street
CHICHESTER S PILLS
AaU your hriiirel»( f ,r A \
pJS IuaM J'hl-rhea.ler jilMnntonilTlrBBd/AX
1*11 Id in Itcil (in I (.olil in. * • i
a. — 15*9 !_ ,,,s> *Rh Hl.ic Killin’ XS
VVJ i «Wc no other Bur of your *
/ ~ (b A t f..r« IIJ ( 111-N.TrRV
T. Jt HI i:i( \ Ml PIU s. for *5
/9* a yen-, kn-itvn a-, Heat. Safest. Always Rrl.il la
—r SOI 0 BV DRiififilSTS FVrRVWKERf
Fall and Winter
19131914
Again It affords me pleasure to an
nounce the arrival of the latest
styles in design and fabrics in new
est shades of blue, gray and brown,
which we are prepared to make up l
first-class in latest fashion to suit
the Individual shape of costumer for
Suits, Trousers, Overcoat and Fancy
Vests at honest prices.
N. COHN
THE TAILOR
418 Central Avenue.
MYERS & EDWARDS
Contractors.
Any parties desiring to let con
tracts in stone, concrete or brick,
please submit, your plans to us before
awarding your contracts. Am now
stopping at Townsend Hotel. Will
leave in a few days for Davenport,
Okla, where you may reach me by
mail, or submit your plans in brief to
W. B. Myers, Cushing. Okla
It. 1). EDWARDS.
LESSON
LESSON
L. J. VALLE
TEACHER OF VIOLIN.
Old City Hall Bldg. Phone 152/.
Hours 10 to 12, 2 to 5.
SPECIFICATIONS WRITTEN
All Kinds of Stenographic Work
Done Reasonably.
PUBLIC STENOGRAPHER.
Mountain Valley Springs Office.
PRACTICAL PAINTEH, HARD WOOD
FINISHER AND OECORATOR.
Artistic frescoing a specialty. Why
not have your homes made beautiful?j
Have plenty of references.
G. HANSEN
765 N. Dunlap St., Memphis, Tcnn.
lU-21-tf
THE HOME HOTEL
133 Chapel St. Phone 989.
Steam heat, hot and roM water on both
floors, block of hath house, two blocks
of depots, near banks, postofflce and
street ear line.
My Boarders Are My Drumirtn.
HOME COOKING.
American and European.
Rales: Room and Board, $7 to $9 per Wk.
a. a. mccullough. Prop.
Lester Home Hotel
HOME OF THE BROTHERHOOD MEN
No runic rs or solicitors employed. Best
meals In Hot Springs at the price.
BOARD AND ROOM, $5.00 PER WEEK
Horae cooking served family stylo.
Good, cleat', large rooms; quiet and home
like; close in. C. J. LESTER,
Member of Division 554, B. of l£
*4 OBentcn Street Phone 1812
The MAJESTIC HOTEL and BATH HOUSE
—i. -H. A. JONES MANAGER--- - -=
THE MOST MODEUIT HOTEL XIST HOT SPBINOS
200 ROOMS WITH HOT ANL)
j COLD RUNNING WATER,
! AND TELEPHONE. FIFTY
| ROOMS W4TH PRIVATE
BATHS AND TOILETS.
i
Rates $2.50 to $4.00
i Per Day, American Plan.
SPECIAL RATES BY THE
WEEK AND TO FAMILIES
BATH HOUSE
COMPLETELY REMODELED
*nd ■upplif’d with equipment snd nr
turt‘8 equal to any Bath Hou*« In Hot
Springs
Hot Mineral Water dlrr-d from Hot
Springs Keservatlon.
| OPERATED UNDER AU
•j THOR IT Y OF U. S. GOVERN.
1 MENT WITH HOT MINERAL
[! WATER DIRECT FROM HOT
:j SPRINGS RESERVATION.
! Have r.iopnr Rros.* Acoil check
JBaggage ami take bus to hotel.
your
NEW TOWNSEND HOTEL
AMERICAN—EUROPEAN
114-120 CHAPEL STREET
2 Blocks From Railroad Stations
2 Blocks From Banks and Postoffice
2 Blocks From Bath House Row
See! Jaspect This New Modern Motel
60 Outside Rooms
RATES
American Plan .. $10 to $15 Per Week
European $ 4 and up Per Week
ClU'rk baggage with f'lioperfl Transfer Agent on train. Take Car
ring. from It.iilp .iM Si iihm to the New Townsend Hotel Carriage or
bus fares refunded to all guesst making weekly engagiAnenUi.
J. A. TOWNSEND, Prop.
HOTEL Freedom and Conveniences.
HOME Comfort and Fellowship.
i
KNICKERBOCKER
“HOUSE OF WELCOME.”
Choicest SOUTHERN Hospitality and Management.
Best NORTHERN Appointments and Construction.
Attractive Sun Parlor and Out Door Rest Room.
Convenient to Baths, Theatres, Churches, Stores, Etc.
*
AMERICAN PLAN.
Special Concessions to Coupic3 or by the Week.
MRS. E. W. LAUHER. Prop.
228 PROSPECT AVE.
i
Phone 185
NEW BRICK BUILDING-UP TO DATE—NEW FURNITURE.
THE NEW LEON HOTEL
IS NOW OPEN.
SUMMER RATES—$3.00 TO M OO PER WEEK.
One half Wmk nf Bn I h llmi.o It', w. Mmloin. hot ami rulil nalir in *>■ ury ■
room. Amu frno baUia.
611 1-2 CEN1RAL AVE.
P. J. MURPHY, Prn|).
St. Charles Hotel
TUB HBST HOTKLi IM TUB CITY FOR TIM: MONBY.
EUROPEAN—$2.00 UP. AMERICAN - $7, $10, & $12.50 PER WK.
Steam heat and elevator, hath lion ho and Natural Hot Water across
the street and next dooY. Apartments for light housekeeping.
K. of C. Welcome.
H. DOUGHERTY, Owner and Proprietor.
Telephone 241.
HURLEY HOUSE
PAT HURLEY, Proprietor,
RATES—PER WEEK, $600 AND UP.
('nr Mock from postoffjre, cltv hull mvl
depot, strain heat, electric lights aftd a.l
modern conveniences.
305 PLEASANT STREET.
Also Eurnlshed Cottage* for Rent.
1137 Central Ave. Phone 1567
Louis Darch
W*,te** «H$
I Stew* mm
Boarding Hous e
Single Meals Served.
Reasonable Rates.
Our carriage inerts all arriving train"-.
Eormcrty
Mrs. Kriss’ House
AMERICAN AND EUROPEAN.
THE EDDY
LOCATION —CENTER OP CITY.
OPPOSITE THE BATHS.
American Rates:
$8.50 TO $10.00 PER V\EEK.
European Rates:
$3.00 TO $7.00 £-:R WEEK.
Steam Heat. Hot and Cold Water
In all Rooms.
HOUSEKEEPING APARTMENTS In
Suites of 2 *r.d J rooms, ail completely
furnished for housekeeping
RATES—*5.00 TO *10 00 PER WEEK
. Trebor Hail
HOUSEKEEPING APARTMENTS,
Water, I,ii,lit, lit at and J,Incus Fur
liitln U. All Outride Rooms
136 RAMBLE STREET.
Near Car Line, liilti Houses and
WprinKB.
$1500 PER MONTH AND UP.
Phono 20 or {1*9. m. YAGER.
Tile hnudaoiut I and host Email hotel
la. the city.
MRS. H. JERWICK’S
,nrnm$3' yarm
236 Prosprct Ave. Telephone 1589
Nory Conti d R, one block
of Bath House Row.
Hot nnd cold water In rooms A1
tra^ 'ivo sun parlor. Bath oai ovary i
flour. I
TnKo ),ua to ho'cl and have fares I
refunded.
THE GEARY
*16 SPRING STPEET.
Rooms $1.50 and Up Per Week.
Housekeeping Apartments $3 Per Week
on.. l.:;„-k north of It. It U,and
U, ai1 '• 1 • t .11, I Jk.kluB
WiS8 E. GEARY,
Owner and Proprietress,
v ILLIN08S HOTEL
HEFFERNAN SISTERS, Prop,
Clean, comfortable r....mr can heat /n
every room, with eood t ,i,ip i„..., ,L iJP.
block from hath holies b“"t,> hnlf
S7.00 PER WEEK AND UP
Rooms without bo* d. $;.oo sno on
210 CENTRAL AVENUE.
HE LOUISIANA
Private Board
209 PARK AVENUE
BOUTWELL & NIXON, Props.
Opposite Waverlv Sprlti*- 1-2 Block of Rath House, Steam Heat. Table Family
i, you want a cle in home-like private flare, convenient to Rath House
wuere you can e> nnmlze tliia houae will .suit you-try ua one day then look
aroi. oi ni"l see for your elf. Take foop era Bus at depot direct to houaa, your
f:'rM; ' *ll] t,e Refunded by taking Iius you will avoid being annoyad by
Hotal Drummers when you leave the deuot.
you leave the depot.
**RtoTE|7:per0weekD BOARD *100 PER DA*
SPECIAL RATES PER MONTH.
EUROPEAN.
IT PAY! TO PLEASE."
EUROPEAN.
THE MARQUETTE HOTEL
TOM J. PETTIT. Manager.
RATES—51.00 PER DAY AND UP.
Haa telephone, *r.J hot and cold run nlng water In all room*, alao roama
with hstV-.ea tlnrl »Allat. a I . . __
with baths and toilets.
One block from all depots.
Tbe Only Hot*l In City Having Largs
Near Bath Houses and Theatres.
PORTER MEETS ALL TRAILS.
Sample Room on the Groyne Fleer.
U. C. T Official Library In ohby -Free to Clueata
THE COZY INN
AMERICAN PI AN HOTEL.
131 CHAPEL STREET. PHONE 1101.
A New Two Story Brick Building
H itili (oration, quid nrul homelike;
largo front yard, cool, plea-ant and away
from the noise of tlm ell>, one block
from hath house, one-half block from
tuis!no.-s editor. We employ no diutn
mcis, hotel runners or solicitors, relying
solely on satisfied guests aud friends
for our recommendations.
Rates per week, $8, $10 and $12.50.
With Bath Privilege*.
Check baggage on train, rake bus to botol
faro Refunded.
A. WALKER, Prop.
THE LAMAR HOTEL
(Formerly Denman
& Parker )
! Room and Board $1.00 Per Day
American mid European
jj. . , - Room*—$2.00 Per Week *nd Up.
huililii m |„ ", tK f "n 1,1 y* 'ip-lo-dale and modern, Are-proof
': ^ssrtssx
_Take Bu^t Depot. F.r. Ref^ed
Hotel Putman
9 Cottage Street. American.
40 outside rooms, hoi and cold run
ning water In all rooms.
White Sulphur and Iron Spring Water
on premises.
Best for your stomach, kidney and
Liver Troubles. ♦
Rates, $7.00 to $10,00 per week,
F. B. SEYL, Prop.
Member Div. No. in, R. of L. IS.
DAY BOARD $5.00 PER WEEK.
KENNEY HOUSE
Everythin* strictly up-to-date; all nut
■hlrf rooms; fresh country produce, borne
milk Rnd butter.
BOARD AND flfcOM, $5 and $5 WEEK
Also rooma for light housekeeping,
fall and see. C. M. HACKETT, Prop.
Phone 1435. Crown Street.
Free carriage m^ers all trains.
Jones Apartments
Brick building, Ideal location, strictly
nodCrn light housekeeping suites.
Bates reasonable. Gas for cooking; I
lehts and wafer included. 1
332 QUAPAW AVE. PHONE 1011
t
UNDER NEW MANAGEMENT.
Cle«m Cottages for
Rent Furnished
504 RESERVE AVE, PHONE 1235
1 wu blocks from Central avenue. In tbs
heart of trie city, but quiet.
MRS. L. C. HEWITT.
CAMPBELL HOUSE
J P. PERRY, Proprietor.
221 Pleasant Street.
One block oast of Rock Island Depot,
POHlofflce and Theater
BOARD AND ROOM.*3 PER WEEK
FURNISHED ROOMS .. .$1 PER WEEK
And Up.
HOME COOKING. PHONE 823.
Have Cooper's Agent chock your bagtmke
BEFORE LOCATING CALL AT
Milstead Apartments
B.Mok Building. Modern light house
keeping Suites: also single room*
with running water. Ideal location.
RATES REASONABLE—GAS IN
CLUDED FOR COOKING.
Two block to Depots and Bath Houses
137 CHAPEL ST. PHONE 885
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