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SENTINEL. RECORD!
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JOHN G. HIGGINS :: PUBLISHER I
OFFICE, OLD CITY HALL BUILDING
PHONE 111.
SUBSCRIPTION RATES.
Tbe Sentinel-Record 1* delivered by
••rrler.to any part of the city or sent by
mail to any addreaa
ONE TEAR. |«.0»
SIX MONTHS. *00
THREE MONTHS. 160
ONE MONTH .80
Subscriber* failing to get their paper
tally will please report *ame to the office.
TOMORROW NIGHT.
At the meeting of the Young Men’s
Chamber of Commerce tomorrow
night the situation relative to the pro
posed highway between Little 1+oek
and Hot Springs will tie taken up.
This is a subject in which everybody
is Interested. Every automobile
owner in the city and every hotel and
hoarding house keeper is interested
directly. Everybody Is generally In
terested because this highway will
help Hot Springs ;it!5 days in every
year. The Young Men’s Chamber of
Commerce wants to lie of service td
tlie people and to the county Judge
in the matter of furthering this work.
Tills live body of young men are de
termined that the highway shall he
built because of the advantages con
tained for tho city. Your helpful at
tendance and your enthusiasm will
aid in the movement. The county
judge will be aide to accomplish
much more with an organization like
this endorsing his work. There are
many reasons why you should he at
this meeting to give expression to
your views on the subject, or If tin
present plans meet with your favor,
he present and say so. It is a time
for action. This is the season the
work shou'd lie on. Come out to this
meeting tomorrow night and lend
your personal influence to the Work,
and results will tie more certain and
you will have contributed your part
to the results.
AMONG THE PROBABILITIES.
It is among the probabilities of the
future of Hot Springs that some time
the Iron Mountain railroad will build
a passenger depot in this city to take
the place of the one destroyed by fire
Iasi September
Of course it is unlikely now that
the probable new depot will be fin
ished by tile time Hot. Springs ar
ranges the Arkansas Stato Fair for
tiie people of Arkansas -for the depot
is not begun yet and it takes time
to build.
It seems also unlikely that the prob
able new dc-jint will lie built in time
for the next, "season" of visiting pal
ronage, because a depot must he lie
gun before its completion can bo an
ticipated.
True, it may he a long, long time
before the depot is built here, but do
not lose courage, for it is still among
the proluibilities of the future, and it
is worth while to encourage proba
bilities, even however remote. And
faint city ne'er won fine depot.
Pine Bluff, Texarkana and Little
Uock are each in turn boasting of the
conventions they have scheduled—
which reminds us that once upon a
time Hot Springs used to gather In a
lot of conventions when an effort was
made for them.
Anyhow we hope that June conven
tion won't keep our Washington rep
resentatives away from congress suf
ficiently long to furnish excuse for
failure to deliver that Hot Springs
item in the appropriation bill.
If this reservation were under the
supervision of the war department
we would salute the flag and get
what we deserve in the matter of im
provements.
Conral avenue within a few days
will look nothing like tlie old self so
conspicuous in tlie midscason of this
year. 1
Pine Bluff insists on the prepara
tions that city is making for the dent
erratic convention. Must be building .
fortifications.
But Niagara Falls would be as good
place as any to drop some little me
diation plans overboar-'
Becker's dying declaration, it seetns, I
would have been a duplicate order to
kill the stiueale... (
Of course it would add to the zest
of the coming Arkansas Stal. to ■
lave a big celebration over the op^ti
ng of a new highway between Little
Rock and Hot Springs. Had you
thio light of that?
We still insist that in the sometime!
future Hot Springs is going to have
a highway outlet to the world
Hut why (I dos u * l somebody give
credit to the army for winning tit,it
i Colorado war?
Incidentally, there is a little cotton
worm that Is making huy tiefore the
temperature gets high.
Public inactivity is responsible for
nine-tenths of the trouhleB to which
Hot Springs falls h<.'~.
What, about that new incineratin'.;
|> ant and its value to a health resort
in tlie matter of better sanitaion?
And Hie exchanges may look lack
ing while the editors are vacating and
vacationing.
it is the open season for poetry,
on'y lots of it doesn't iget opened up.
Cure for Stomach Disorders.
Disorders of the stomach may ho
avoided by the use of Chamberlain's
Tablets. Many very remarkable
eiires tiave been effected by these
tablets. Sold by all dealers,
-o—
GET IT AT HALL'S.
-o
TAKES BANKRUPTCY.
Eastman Drug Store Closed Its Doors
at Noon Yesterday.
Yesterday the Eastman drug store,
in the (tallies block on Central av
jenue, closed its doors, pending the ap
pointment of a master in bankruptcy,
after Dr. O. K. Ilukill, who recently
took the drug stock over, had filed a
petition in the federal court at Little
Hock asking this be done. The store
lhad been under a financial stress for
almost a year, and last fall it changed
bands, when Hr. ilukill entered the
practice of medicine. Later he took
the store back again, but it was yes
terday closed through a voluntary
procedure in the bankruptcy courts.
ROAD ESTIMATE
WAS ERRONEOUS
ENGINEER CARTER DENIES THAT
THE COST OF HIGHWAY
WOULD BE $30,000.
County Judge Mooney Will Go to Lit
tie Rock Today for Personal Inter
view and to Get the Correct Esti
mate.
The report published in Little Rock
last Friday that Engineer Carter's
estimate of the five-mile construction
on tliie Little Rock-dlot Sprinps high
way would lie $:w*,iMtO, was yesterday
denied by Kngincer Carter over long
distance in a conversation with
Judge Mooney.
Judge Mooney yesterday received
tilt' plans for the five miles of new
road required to perfect this high
way, and they show a careful ar
rangement of the route, in which no
grade is more than 7 per cent, and
only one hill of any material length
to be covered.
Judge Mooney decided that it
would tie better for him to have a
personal audience witlh the engineer,
and will leave for Little Rock this
morning to ascertain as near as pos
slide what the estimate cost of the
highway improvement will lie.
Engineer Carter is quoted by
Judge Mooney as having stated that
he gave out no surli statement to the
press- of Little Rock that the cost of
the work would be $dn,wu. and said
that lie could not understand how
such an estimate sained circulation.
He did not state what tille* work
would cost, however, but will make
his report to Judge Mooney todjiy
when they go over the plans to
pother.
Tiie report of the finding of Judge
Mooney in Hie matter will probably
be put before the Young Men's Cham
ber of Commerce at its regular meet
ing Thursday evening, where it is
hoped that all interested in tills high
way will meet and confer togetfher
on the matter of the approval or dis
approval of the plans, and if the
plans are approved, get together and
lend their support to Judge Mooney
in furthering the work to actual con
struction.
ANGONQUIN
APARTMENTS
largest and Host Equipped Brick
Apartments in the City.
MRS. E. M. SHRIMPLIN. Prop.
lot and Cold Running Water, Steam
Heat, Electricity and (’.as in
All Room1'
Sleeping Rooms Summer Rates
224 PROSPECT AVENUE.
PHONE 47*
fwo Blocks From Bath House Row.
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IMPORTANT
Tblg life of ours Is very uncertain
If your home ia mortgaged, pro
tect it.
If you are married, protect your
wife and children.
If you are single, protect your old
days—In case you live to gee them.
You can do this by insuring today
with
The Mutual Life lnsnrance Co.
of New York
THOS. D. McCALLUM,
District Manager.
Phones 303 and 283.
THE
Maxwell Apartments
310 Orange St. Phone 2336
Light Housekeeping Apartments and
Single Rooms
New itrick Newly Furnished.
Special Hate to Permanent People.
MRS. MAXWELL & MISS HARRIS,
Proprietors.
Arlington Drug Store
ElSELE A HUNT, Prop*.
•18 Central Av*. nnnnslt* Ariinaton Hnt*
NEW NATIONAL
400 (Juapaw- Ave. Phone 1990
1 .large halls and porches, all
modern conveniences.
ROOM AND BOARD
$7.00 TO $10.00 PER WEEK.
Special! Rates to permanent parties.
1 1-2 block to bath house.
Jones Apartments
Brick Building. Ideal Location.
Steam Heat.
Strictly modern light housekeeping
Suites.
Rates Reasonable, Gas for Cooking
Included.
332 QUAPAW AVE. PHONE"loTi
Trebor Mall \
HOUSEKEEPING APARTMENTS.
Water, Light, Heat and Linens Fur
nished. All Outside Room*
136 RAMBLE STREET.
Near Car Line, Bath House* and
Springs.
*15.00 PER MONTH AND UP.
Apply 312 Central Ave.
Phone 20 or 9S2. M. YAGER.
The handsomest and best »rnall hotel
In the city.
MRS. H. JERWICK S
.rtrt vn$2 p«pr<*
236 Prospect Ave. Telephone 158*
Very central location—One block
of Bath Howso Row.
Hot and cold water In room*. At- :
tractive sun parlor. Bath on every
floor.
SUMMER RATES NOW ON
Take nu* to hoTei and n**e rare*
refunded
Campbell House
J. P. PERRY, Prop.
221 Pleasant Street.
One Block East of Rock Island Depot,
Postoffice and Theater,
BOARD AND ROOM. $5 PER WEEK.
FURNISHED ROOMS $1 PER WEEK
AND UP.
HOME COOKING. PHONE 823.
Have Cooper's Agent Check Your
Baggage.
MRS. L. GRAY
SELECT PRIVATE BOARD.
307 Orange Street.
New binitlink, elegantly furnished
•entrally located. All outside rooms
All modern conveniences.
Rates Reasonable.
1137 Central Ave. Phone 1567
Louis Darch
8S»
IlM J3Bf
Boarding House
Single Meals Served.
Reasonable Rates.
Our carriage meets all arriving trains,
Formerly
Mrs. Kriss’ House
BEFORE LOCATING CALL AT
Milstead Apartments
) Steam Heat
Brick Building. M'odern light house
Seeping Suites; also single roomi
with running water. Ideal location
RATES REASONABLE—GAS IN
CLUDED FOR COOKING.
Two block to Depots and Bath House*
137 CHAPEL 8T % °HONE 881
MRS. CHAS. L. BAKER, Prop.
UNDER NEW MANAGEMENT.
Clean Cottages for
Rent Furnished
504 RESERVE AVE. PHONE 12**
rwo blocks from Central avenue. In th«
heart of the eitv. but uutet.
MRS. L C HEWITT
ILLINOIS HOTEL
HEFFERNAN SISTERS. Prope.
Clean, comfortable rooms, cas beat fn
very -wm, with r«.,d table board; half
dock from bath housee
*7 00 PER WEEK AND UP.
Reotns wlthojt board. 12.00 and up.
c». CSIrtei AVI Nlli
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The MAJESTIC HOTEL and BATH HOUSE
j ■ . H. A. JONES, MANAGER-- ~ '
tpeph most imohee/ct hotel itt plot sp^p^xttcg-s
'
! 200 ROOMS WITH HOT AND
1 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 REMODELEO
kiwi npplled with equipment and Hi
turea equal to any Bath Houae la Hot
I Spring*.
, Hot Mineral Water dlreel Pro*
tipring* ateierratloa.
OPERATED UNDER AU
j TIIORITY OF U. S. GOVERN
! MENT WITH HOT MINERAL j
WATER DIRECT FROM HOT
SPRINGS RESERVATION.
Have Cooper Bro*.’ Agent check yeut
- Baggage and take bu* to hotel.
[new TOWNSEND HOTEL!
A PUf. RICAN—EUROPEAN
114-120 CHAPEL STREET
ji 2 BlocHs From Railroad Stations
2 Blocks From Banks and Postoffice
2 Blocks From Bath House Row
i See! Inspect This New Modern Hotel
60 Outside Rooms
RATES
American Plan .. $10 to $15 Per Week
European $ 4 and up Per Week
Check baggage with Cooper’* Transfer Asrent on train. Take Car
I riage from Riilroo.nl Stall n to the New Townsend Hotel Carriage »r
bua Iar*» refunded to all gueast making weekly engagement*.
J. A. TOWNSEND* Prop.
K —— mill ■ i inn ... mm I i ■■III «■ I . —ml. ■■■ ■ mm.n. m.mm. mm.
EUROPEAN. “ IT PAYS TO PLEASE EUROPEAN.
RATES—*1.00 PER DAY AND UP,
Hat telephone, and hot and cold run ning Miter in all rooms, alee rssmi
Mlth bath* and toilet*. Near Bath Houses and Theatre#
One block from all depot*. PORTER MEETS ALL TRAILS,
rn* Only Hotel In City Having LarfS Sample Room on the Ground Finer
U. C. T. Official Library In Lobby—Free to Quests
THE COZY INN
American Plan Hotel 131 Chapel St., Tel. 1101. Alton Walker. Prop.
A New Two Story Brick Building
High location, quiet and home like;
large front yard; all large airy outside
ROOMS, cool and pleasant -one block
from bath house, half block from bus
iness center. When you come our
way, drop 111. There's always a wel
come. and pleasant memories linger
when yob stop at tne Cozy Inn. You
will soon feel at home here and enjoy
your stay at the Springs.
Rates for the summer $8, $10 and
$12.80 per week, with hath privileges.
1 HE LAMAR HOTEL
(Formerly Denman A rarkar.) American and European.
Soom and Board—$1.00 Per Day. Room*—$2.00 Per Week and Up.
Forty outside rooms, newly furnish'd up-to-date and modern. Pre-proof
Julldlng, steam heat, electric lights Table supplied with fresh vegetables and
milk from dairy farm. Come and stop one day and see for yourseiw. CcnLrsdly
oca ted, next door to bath house Special rutes by week or mouth.
Elegantly furnished rooms tor families single or en suite.
104-212 OUACHITA AVE. MRS. GEORGE WATTS, Proprietress.
Take Bus at Depot. Fare Refunded at Hotel.
THE EDDY HOTEL
AMERICAN AND EUROPEAN.
LOCATION—CENTER OF CITY, OPPOSITE THE BATHS.
America! Rates: $10.00 to $12.00 Per Week.
European Rates: $5.00 and up per week, i
Steam Heat, Hot and Cold Water In all Rooms.
HOUSEKEEPING APARTMENTS In Suites of 2 ami J rooms,
ail completely furnislhed for housekeeping.
RATES—$5.00 to $10.00 PER WEEK.
L_,_U
Hotel Putman
I Cottage Street. American.
40 outside rooms, hot and cold run
ning water In all rooms.
White Sulphur and Iron Spring Water
on premise*.
Best for your stomach, kidney and
Liver Troubles.
Rates, $7.00 to $10.00 per week.
F. B. SEYL, Prop.
Member Dlv. No. TO, R of L B.
DAY BOARD $5.00 PER WEEK.
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Lester Home Hotel
No runners or solicitors employed
The best meal in Hot Springs at the
price. Hoard and room, $6 GO and
$6.00 per week. Home cooking served
family style; good, clean, large rooms,
quiet and home like, close In. All vis
itors and O. I. A. welcome.
MRS. LESTER, Proplretreess.
340 Benton St Phons 1812,
THE GEARY
• 18 SPRING STREET.
Rooms $1.50 and Up Per Week.
Housekeeping Apartments $J Per W«ak
One Hock north of Hock Island depot
Electricity and aas for. heat and cooking
MRS. R. BLNNIE, nee E. GEARY
Owner and Proprletreaa.
KENNEY HOUSE
Everythin* strictly up-to-date; all out
•Me rooms; fresh lounuy produce, hume
Board and Room, $1 and $5 Week,
Al«o roomi for light nousekeeping,
rill and see. C. M. HACKETT, Prop.
Phon* 143S. Crown Strest,
Free carrtae* meets all train*.
HU RLEY H OUSE
PAT HURLEY, Proprietor.
RATES—PER WEEK. *600 AND UP.
Trie Work from posMffMe. city hall and
h l sieun hpn(, electric llk'itr aiid art
uiHlcrn convenience*.
SOS PLEASANT STREET.
A!*# F'urntehed Cottage* for R*r>».
HOTEL Freedom and Convenience*
jfo HOME Comfort and Fellowship.
THE -KNICKERBOCKER
f>“HOUSE OF WELCOME.”
jg Choicest SOUTHERN Hospitality and Management,
Best NORTHERN Appointments and Construction.
/.ttractlv- Sun Parlor and Out Door Rest Room.
Convenient to Baths, Theatre s, Churches, Stores, Eta.
9 —•— • .
AMERICAN PLAN.
• pscial Concessions to Coup u s or by the Week.
MRS. E. W. LAUHER, Prop.
p . . .. ^ 228 PROSPECT ave
NEW BRICK BUILDING—UP-TO-DATE—NEW FURNITURB.
THE NEW LEON HOTEL
fl Is Now Open. Summer Rates, $3.00 to $5.00 per week.
iune-riAif block of Bath Home How Modern, hot anc. cold water In every
roor1 A l«r> fr«r>
For the next 8 days I will giv e special rates.
611 1-2 central ave. P. J. MURPHY, Prop.
> -T ’ AtrwweJUkl-Jiweicwrwr' • '.If? --Trr.a*wrwi*wr?a->K wir?
| THE HORSE SHOE BATH HOUSE
On Hot Spring* Reservation.
ATEJS t ■ • #
Including Attendant Fee#.
ONE OF THE BEST MEDIUM
PRICED HOUSES IN THE CITY
ED S. WEAVER, Manager.
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NOW OPEN FOR BUSINESS
New Bath House & Ozark Sanatorium
Is re-opened to the public under the
management of
J. M. ANDERSON
Olive Street near Central Avenue.
I " " I
BOOM AND BATHE AT THE
New Hot Springs Bath House
*=:- ---■ 6. M. SmiTH. WRW. . —^
OPPOSiTE THE ARLINGTON HOTEL ON FOUNTAIN STREET
IMPERIAL PORCELAIN TUBS, ELECTRIC MASSAGE. ON GOV
ERNMENT RESERVATION. PRIVATE DRESSING ROOMS.
Magnesia Bath Blouse
71 BATHS *10.00 (INCLUDING ATTENDANT FEE*)
OWEN CORRINGTON, Manager.
Steam'Heat, Qymna.lum. Needle and Shower Bath.. 1
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