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• * *08 MWTV i> ;r4*88, ® ration mad. ^Bi‘S8 in (" Xliat the ■t in itM lis admlnts ■ j^il not have m ^aforms effected ■ luence on busi I wish to call your part radical change * s. ^ • * ly responsible for llhe hesitancy of the money markets. All the evils of regulation madness are contained in the “Trade Com mis sion" bill, a Newlands amendment to Senate Hill No. 41(50. Through the adoption of such an amendment every business line in the country would be put to an enormous expense In submitting its financial stateinenis und its confidential reports to a “Trade Commission.” The effects of this bill are not com fined to the corporation. They reach every line. The individual business man must detract from his pursuit of trade to go through his affairs to members of a commission. The com missioners are but human. There is so much danger to the business man that it is little wonder he fears Toi lin' results. No congress that is honest with the people would give its approval to a “Trade Commission” bill at least Without spending months in a re search of the study of what would follow. This congress would have to “railroad” such a bill in order to pass it. We have a Mexican question unan swered. We have a Panama situa Pon unsolved. We have neglect of our own internal affairs (as evi denced and emphasized here in Hot Springs), and yet there Is talk of hurrying through congress a “Trade Commission” bill that would (halt business lines with depression for some few years at least. These tilings are important to each of us. We have congressmen and senators who ought to be informed of our ideas of government. Ami our idea of government certainly is not to heap such burdens on the business lines of the country as to interfere with a prosperity that we could other wise eujoy. We have a Young Men's Chamber of Commerce filiat is a member of the National Chamber of Commerce. Through this national organization good may be done. Here seems an opportunity to show our interest in oilier than local topics by taking a decisive stand against a "Trade Com mission” bill, at least when other things more important to us are being thrust asido. That highway must be open for a procession of P*rt automobiles coming from Izittle Rock to greet the opening of the state fair. And isn't it worth the price? When the next big contract is let j . j in Hot Springs some of those outside contractors are going to have a wholesome respect for the ideas of the Hot Springs contractor The Young Men’s Chamber of Com D1erce intends to stand behind Judge Mooney until that Little Hock high way is enrolled as an achievement. Hut then it is evident the supreme court will get to its summer vacation before that petition appeal case Is presented. Fine, gettiug out on that Little Hock highway for morning and after noon spin. Treasurer Murphy's idea that re ports of the advertising fund should arry the publicity idea to the "pruli H the puddin’” is a good one. It lives credit to the donor- and will show where the money is being pciJ. They are talking about a "Trad* Commission'' bill for us yet ttlielr ini terest in sis is not shown in casi i\ and more effective things. j Tlie Iron Mountain depot may otf may not come along with the fir l) frosts. _ J ('ap t Bi^'diody send a mesaagfr and urge iiiat asphalt, shipment along? 'IHiere are plenty of good places to spend your vacation if flic wherewith is available. Where restriction and regulation falls, prohibition follows. Yes, summer is here and here abouts. And here for awhile. We have almost reached the work stage of the* Little Rock highway. 'Jtlie vacation and the swimming filled together like network. RATHER HEAD THAN ALIVE Deplorable Condition of Lumpkin Lady Whose Troubles IViultiplied Until Life Became Almost Unbearable. Lumpkin, Ca. Mrs. <!. V. Booth, of tins place, says: "I suffered with dumb dhills and fever and was very irregular. Was also nervous ami weak, short of breath, couldn't do my, housework without it being a burden, and then I began suffering untold misery in my left side and back. 1 got to where 1 would rather have been dead than alive. I tried many remedies, but they failed to help me. Finally, I purchased two bottles of Cardui, the woman's tonic, and began taking it according to directions. Cardui lbclped me right away. 1 be lieve it saved my lit" I cannot praise Cardui enough to my lady friends. It is certainly the medicine for suffering women and girls.” If you have any of the ailments so common to women, or if you feel the need of a good, strengthening tonic, we urge you to give Cardui a trial. It has helped thousands of women in its past 50 years of success, as is proven by the numerous enthusiastic fetters of gratitude, similar to tllic above, which come to us every day. Don’t delay. This letter from Mrs. Booth should convince you that Car dui is worth a trial, (let a bottle from your druggist today. You’ll never regret It. Strawberry Ice cream, pure cream anil fresh fruit. Public Drug Co. J. F. RANKIN CONSTRUCTION CO. Plans and Specifications Furnished if Desired. References -.lames Andersen, Walter (Halsey, Mrs. lliukle, It. Roseu and C. lai/eras. 600 Central Ave. Phone 2302 Room 10 Upstairs. 4 26-1m Plano*, Organ*, Talking Machines, i Musical Merchandise, Typewriter* j and sewing Machines for sale or I rent on Easy Terms. Tuning and | Repairing a Specialty. I ™ '' ■ Phone 104 . 724 Central Avt. J 1 ANGONQUIN APARTMENTS lxirsost and Be&t Equipped Brick Apartments in the City. MRS. E. M. SHRIMPLIN, Prop. Hot and Cold Running Water. Steam Heat, Electricity and Has in All Rooms Sleeping Rooms Summer Rates 224 PROSPECT AVENUE. PHONE 47* Two Blocks From Bath House Row. IMPORTANT This life of ours la very uncertain If your home la mortgaged, pro tect, It. If you arc married, protect your wife and children. It you are single, protect your old days—In case you live to see them. You can do this by insuring today with The Mutual Life Insnrance 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 Brick Newly Furnished. Special Hate to Permanent People. MRS. MAXWELL & MISS HARRIS, Proprietors. Arlington Drug Store EISELE A HUNT, Prop*. •18 Centra! Ava.. nnwioit* Arlington Hot»» NEW NATIONAL 400 Quapaw Ave. Phone 1990 lair go halls and porches, all modern conveniences. ROOM AND BOARD $7.00 TO $10.00 PER WEEK. Special: Hates 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 Hall HOUSEKEEPING APARTMENTS. Water, Light, Heat and Linens Fur nished. All Outside Rooms 136 RAMBLE STREET. Near Oar Line, Bath Houses and Springs. 115.00 PER MONTH AND UP. Apply 312 Central Ave. Phone 20 or 982. M. YAOER. The handsomest and best small hotel tn the city. MRS. II. JERWICK’S .wnmfi psrrw 236 Prospect Avs. Telephone 158t Very central location—One block of Bath Houae Row. Hot and cold watar tn rooms. At tractive sun parlor. Bath on every floor. SUMMER RATES NOW ON Take bus to ho’el and have tares 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. Now blinding, elegantly furnished, centrally located. Ail outside rooms. All modern conveniences. Rates Reasonable. 1137 Central Ave. Phone 1567 Louis Darch ntrs Boarding House Single Meals Served. Reasonable Rates. Our carriage meets all arriving train*. Formerly Mrs. Kriss’ House BEFORE LOCATING CALL AT Milstead Apartments 8team Heat Brick Building Modern light bouse keeping Suite*: also single room* with running water. Ideal location RATES REASONABLE—GAS IN CLUDED FOR COOKING. Two block to Depot* and Bath House* 137 CWAPFL ST °HONE 8JD MRS-CHAS. L. BAKER, Prop. i - ■ ' UNDER NEW MANAGEMENT. Clean Cottages for Rent Furnished 604 RESERVE AVE. PHONE 12*6 Two blocks from Central avenue. In th« heart of the city, hut uuiet. MRS. L C. HEWITT. illinoisTiotel-* HEFFERNAN SISTERS. Prop*. Clean, comfortable rooms, ra* heat fn every -own, with good table board; half block from bath house*. 6700 PER WEEK AND UP. Reenta o-ltbo jt kra-d 12 00 «n* u*. .td CENTRAL AVFNU* The MAJESTIC HOTEL and BATH HOUSE -H. A. JONES MANAGER the most? modern hotel xjsr xxot snRixxa-s 200 ROOMS WITH I10T 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 15A i ri MOUbt COMPLETELY REMODELED aid supplied with equipment and h turea equal to any Bath llouae la Hot Spring*. Hot Mineral Water dlrw*t from Wet Bprlnga kJoiervatloiL | OPERATED UNDER AU THORITY OF IT. S. GOVERN MENT WITH HOT MINERAL i WATER DIRECT FROM HOT SPRINGS RESERVATION. Rave Cooper Broe.* Agent check year —- Baggage and take hue to hotel. 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! Inspect This New Modern Motel $0 Outside Rooms RATES American Plan •• $10 to $15 Per Week European $ 4 and up Per Week Check baggage with Coopenl* Transfer Agent on train. Taka Car riage from Riilrnoad Station to the New Townsend Hotel. Carriage er bu» fare* refunded to all gueaat making weekly engagement*. J. A. TOWNSEND, Prop. EUROPEAN. " IT PAY* TO PLEASE." EUROPEAN. THE MARQUETTE HOTEL TOM J. PETTIT. Manager. RATES—*1.00 PER DAY AND UP. Hu teiephona, an* hot and cold run nlng water In all rocme, alas ream* with bathe and tolleta. Near Eath Hcuaea and Theatr** One block from all depots. PORTER MEETS ALL TRAIi1!*. The Only Hotal In City Having Large Sample Room an th« (ground Flssr. U. C. T. Official Library In Lobby—Free to Queer*. THE COZ Y INN American Plan Hotel 131 Chapel St., Tel. 1101. Alton Walker, Prop, A New Two Story Brick Building 'High location, quirt 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 in. There’s always a wel come, and pleasant memories linger when you stop at tne Cozy Inn. You wiil soon feel at home here and enjoy your stay at the Springs. Rates for the summer $8, $10 and $12.50 per week, with bath privileges. (Formerly Denman * Parkor.l American ^aiit! RuropeM. Boom and Bo.rd-t1.00 Per Day. Room.-t2.00 Per Week and Up. Forty outnule room., newly furnished up-to-date and eta,',le„pr«0n°j bulldltiR. Htcani b-at. electri.- llffhla Table supplied with fresh vegetable, .nd milk from dairy (arm. t'oino and stop one day and »ea for yourselw. CeutraUy locat'd, next door to bath house. Special ivies by we»‘k or month. Elegantly furnished rooms for families single or en suite. 204-212 OUACHITA AVE. MRS. GEORGE WATTS, Proprietress. Take Bug at Depot. Fare Refunded at Hotel. r THE EDDY HOTEL ' AMERICAN AND EUROPEAN. LOCATION—CENTER OF CITY, OPPOSITE THE BATHS. Amerlcal Rate.: $10.00 to $12.00 Per Week. European Rates: $5.00 and up per week. Steam Heat, Hot and Cold Water In all Rooms. HOUSEKEEPING APARTMENTS In Suites of 2 and 3 room., all completely furniihed for housekeeping. RATES—$5.00 to $10.00 PER WEEK. It jci." ■ —iT.rrzzr- „.^.....=r=r-— Hotel Putman * Cottage Street. American. 40 outside rooms, tot and cold run ning water In all rooms. White Sulphur and Iron Spring Water on premises. Boat to* your stomach, kidney and I.iver Troubles. Rates, $7.00 to $10.00 per week. F. B. SEYL, Prop. Member Div. No. 10, B. of T>. R. DAY BOARD $5.00 PER WEEK. Lester Home Hotel No runners or solicitors employed The best meal In Hot Springs at t'he price. Board and room, $5 50 and $600 per week. Home cooking served family Btyle; good, clean, large rooms, quiet and home like, close In. All vis itors and G. 1. A. welcome. MRS. LESTER, Proplretreess. 340 Benton St Phone 1812. THE GEARY •10 SPRING STREET. Rooms $1.50 and Up Per WseK. Housekeeping Apartments IS Per Weak. Cm- Mock north of Rock Island depot. Electricity and gas for heat and cooking. MRS. R. BENNIE, nee E. GEARY Owner and Proprietress. Si ' " . " ' KENNEY HOUSE Everything, strictly up-to-date: all out side rooms; fresh sountry produce, home m'lk and butter Board and Room, $4 and $5 Week. Also rooms for light nousekeeping. Call and see. C. M. HACKETT, Prop. Phone 1435. Crown Street, Free carriage meets all train*. “"HURLEY HOUSE PAT HURLEY, Proprietor. RATES—PER WEEK, |600 AND UP. One hl(»ck from post office, city hall gn*l depot steam heat, electric lights and ad modern convenience* •05 PLEASANT 8TREET. Ala* Furnished Cottages for Rtnt, HOTEL Freedom and Convenience*. HOME Comfort and Fellowship, THE -IIKNICKERBOCKER g“HOUSE CF WELCOME.” v Choicest SOUTHERN Hospitality and Management | Best NORTHERN Appointments and Construction. ^ - -— . .*►.. - ■ - i /.ttractlv Sun Parlor and Out Door Rest Room. Cenvenlent to Baths, Theatre s, Churches, Stores, Ete. --- —-—— AMERICAN PLAN. Special Concessions to Coupes or by the Week. MRS. E. W. LAUHER, Prop. Phone 185_ 228 PROSPECT AVE. NEW BRICK BUILDING—UP-TO-DATE—NEW FURNITURE. THE NEW LEON HOTEL Is Now Open. Summer Rates, $3.00 to $5.00 per week. one-naif block of Bath Hou*i Row. Modern, hot ana cold water In every room A ar> fr«*» h*»th« For the next 8 days I will g!v e special rates. «11 1-2 CENTRAL AYE. P. J. MURPHY, Prop. THE HORSE SHOE BATH HOUSE On Hot Springs Reservation. *1 BATHS . *9.0» Including Attendant Fees. ONE OF THE BEST MEDIUM PRICED HOUSES IN THE CITY ED S. WEAVER, Manager. —.. | 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. ROOM AND BATHE AT THE New Hot Springs Bath House Kt- «■ M. SMITH. MRR.-.a-=ai OPPOSITE THE ARLINGTON HOTEL ON FOUNTAIN STREET “t nrccoLAIN TUB8, ELECTRIC MASSAGE. ON GOV ERNMENT RESERVATION. PRIVATE DRESSING ROOM.. Magnesia Bath House Tl BArHS *t0.00 (INCLUDING ATTENDANT FEES) OWEN CORRINGTON, Manager. .team Haat, Gymna.lum. Needle „„ 8hower Bath|.