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iOHN CL HICKjFn* :; PUBLISHER irnc«, old city hall buildinq PHONE 1*1. “ SUBSCRIPTION RATE*. The Sentinel-Record Is delivered bv •Arrler to any part of the city or sent by nail to any address ONE TEAR. ** BIX MONTHS. • «* THREE MONTHS. 1 *• ONE MONTH ..M Subscribers falling to set their paper ■ally will please report same to the office. A FAIR DEAL, The fight before the railroad com mission for the removal of the Wliit tington-Stcarns spur from Va.ley street brought out the truth that this railroad spur is not the only tiling in the way of an open street to the Jron Mountain depot. Npitlier is it the only tiling detrimental to the view of the visitor in the matter of first im pressions. Thai wide street is converted into a wagon yard. The city fights for the removal of the spur does not ex ercise Its authority and open the street against the occupancy for busi ness of many lines. Why? This Is not a defense of the spur track. The railroad commission should order that removed ns a mat ter of public policy. And when that is done some way should be found to force the officials to enforce the or dinary rules governing the occupancy of streets for business purposes. TOO MUCH "BOOTLEGGING.'' T4ie negro rioting that took piaee at the upper Ouachita bridge negro picnic is easy to trace to a responsi bility of too much cheap whiskey. At sucli gatherings there is usually some negro who seems to have a sort of understanding that lie will have the "bootlegging” privilege, and whiskey Is sold by him without great pretense of hiding the violation of the law In the investigation that follows the kilting of one of the negroes, should also be included an lnvestiga tion as to who sold the intoxicants and the conditions under which the whiskey was sold. There are a whole lot of such violations of the law also at the gatherings of whites that take Place in the country. The state has very widely made a iaw that no intoxicants should lie sold anywhere within the state outside the incorporated cities of the state. The purpose of title law was to confine the sales of liquors to policed districts. The “bootlegger," with his wilful din regard of the law, steps in and extends the range of the district where liquors may be sold. And when he does every trouble that results from Ills operations should be traced to him, and a finl measure of the pen alty of the law placed on him. The nation will mourn with a pres ident who endured and sacrificed iu order to divide his time between a dying wife and a country that needed his services. The advertising that will prove val uable is the advertising in ohher points. Here we know something of the virtues of the hot waters, at least from hear-say. Mexico may as well crawl Into its own little rebellion, wrap itself well, and expect to remain unnoticed for months to come. Arkansas ought to bo represented properly at the Panama Exposition and such representation can only come after a successful state fair. From the reports Belgium has been overlooked in the estimate, and de ugjjMfniot to be overlooked further in the wu estimates. But while the war goes merrily on they might reflect that there Is a pay day coming wiiiich is as certain as death and taxes. As a fair exchange, thoso wealthy Americans who have been jiving in •Knrope might try living in America awhile, at least during war periods. The gold that jS being sent away at Uhis time will come back doubled in quantity when foreign countries need the American products. \ - The installing of Pari-Mutuels for a demonstration should be a work unhin dered by the motives tihat might be attributed here and there. The Sherman phrase on war might be interpreted in several languages I: . ' Bud distributed widely for the bene fit of those who might not have a proper understanding of what tiio word means. The highways of tihe oid world testify at least to the fact that they are worth while in peace and war. It Is a difficult matter for some peo ple to believe their deception only deceives themselves. The army worm in the south lias no connection with the germ breeder of the old world. Fleeting Indeed is fame. Carranza and Villa arc In the discard. But perhaps the war will at least kill off militarism. Send your name and address to Mr. MrAdoo. He has $.''.4,000,000 where "it will do the most good." However, much of the mobilization in tihis country has been around the place where the steins are tut* cold est. When they send a new weather man to Arkansas we hope his name will be easier to spell than Alcaitore. Perhaps Hie reason the Arkansas weather man shifted to the northwest was because he had for a wena been In good standing with the people. ^The original want of Hot Springs is a doubled patronage. The others are contributory wants to that end. And for a diversion, watch the climbing of our good friend t, tln> Boston Americans. 'But then wc (have not made ar rangements as yet for one or more of the Federal league teams to do their spring training here. Speaking of predictions, have you put it down in writing how the whole thing will come out? CAMERA AGENCY IS LATE ENTERPRISE R. G. MORRIS DRUG COMPANY SE CURES ANSCO CAMERA AND FILMS. It Is with plcasiiro we announce that we have secured the agency for the Aneoo camera and films. Ninety-eight of all professional cameras made In this country are the product of the A:isco company. They know the roquirnionts for highest photographic efficiency and how these can be simplified for the ama teur without sacrificing best results. The Anasco film is the original, gen uine and perfect film. It will fit any camera or kodak. We have a complete line of cameras ranging in price from $2.00 to $25.00. There is also a man In charge of our development department who has had years of experience in this work. We guarantee the very best work ob tainahle. and prompt attention to all orders will be a special feature to our patrons. It. G. MORRIS. Drug Company. 7-30 tf. *-o Dr. A. .T. Edwards lias returned from his vacation and may be found at ids office. Sumpter-Little Bldg, or at night call Edwards’ Hospital. -o War Declared By Mexico Will not interfere with me serving Mexican Chili, Chili M«c Merchants Lunch and Hot Roast Beef Sand wiches wld de graveys oozing out of It at the Empire, 825 Central avenue. JACK GOODINB. The Case of L. L. Cantelou. Th-e case of I* I/. Cetelou, Olaren don, Tex., Is similar to that of many others who have used Chamberlain’s Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy. He says, “After trying a doctor for several months, and using different kinds of medicine for my wife who been troubled with severe bowel com plaint for several months, 1 bought a 25c bottle of Chamberlain's Colic, Chad ora mud Diarrhoea (Remedy. After using the second bottle she was entirely cured.” For sale by all deait rs. -o A limited amount of money to loan on Improved city property. .1. 8 M(‘Connell, 303-4 Citizens National ‘Bank Bldg. 7-30-wk Kirby Apartments Apartments furnished for housekeep ing. New and Modern. Hot and Cold Water and Gas. Rates Reasonable. 519 Orange St. Next to Bath House. Phone 849. ANOTHER CURED By LIV-VER-LAX. The City Commissioner of Terrell, Texas, a former Greenville citizen, writes: April 0, 1014. "I take pleasure In saying for pub lication that by the use of Liv-Ver 1 jhx I have been cured of n disease which is correctly described by the recognized symptoms of Biliousness, Stomach and Liver Trouble, Consti pation and resulting complications, and commend its use to ail like suf ferers,” George H. Jaekson. U K. Griffith, Witness. Mr. Jackson, like hundreds of oth ers, has discovered tne beneficial re sults of Liv-VerOax, the wonderful vegetable Liver Tonic. Harmless, safe for any chid; mis no injurious after-effects like calomel. Pleasant U) take; no nausea. Take regularly and keep well. 50c and $1 at R. G. Morris Drug Co. or from Lebanon /Co-Operative Medicine Company, I^ebancn, Tenn. B. GROSS Undertaker and Embalmer Prompt Ambuianse Service. Fun eral Parlor*. 112 Pro«pect Ave—Old City Hall. PHONE 29. Jones Apartments . ---r-r. ...4 STEAM HEAT PHONE 1011 CENTRALLY LOCATED 2*4 Blocks From Depots. Everything furnished. All modern conveniences. One and half blocks to bath houses and hot water foun tain. Also single furnished rooms. Hates reasonable. 332 Quapau Ave, Hot Springs, Ark. R. A. WILLIAMS, Better Known as “Peg" Williams, Formerly of Cozy Inn. Mullery Apartments 116 Carlton Terrace—Phone 1795 Strictly modern light housekeeping suites, every convenience furnished, $3 to $5 PER WEEK SUITE High, shady and cool—no dust or noise. G. H. MULLERY, Proprietor. Hotel Putman • Cottage Street- American. 4# outside rooms, hot and cold run ning water In all rooms. White Sulphur and Iron Spring Water on premise*. Heat to* your stomach, kidney and IJver Troubles. Rates, $7.00 to $10.00 per week. F. B. SEYL, Prop. Member Dlv. No. 10, B. of L DAY BOARD $5 00 PER WEEK. The handsomest and best small hotel In the city. MRS. H. JERWICK’S ,rw lmjti jw'tw 236 Prospect Ave. Telephone 158t Very central location—One kiosk of Bath Houme How. Hot end cold water In room#. At tractive sun parlor. Bath oa every floor. SUMMER RATES NOW ON Take ban to ho'el and hare (ares refunded THE GEARY •16 8PRINO STREET. Room* 11.50 and Up Per Week. Housekeeping Apartments II Per Week. One block north of Rock Island depot. Electricity and gas for heat and cooking. MRS. R. BLNNIE, nee E. GEARY Owner end Proprietress. ^kenneyThouse Everything strictly up-to-date: all out side rooms; fresh country produce, home milk end butter. Board and Room, $4 and $5 Week. Also rooms for light housekeeping. Call and see- C. M. HACKETT, Prop Phone 143S. Crown Street. Free carriage meets all trains. = HU RLEY~HOUSE PAT HURLEY. Proprietor. RATES-PER WEEK, 6600 AND UP. One block from poetofflce, city hall and tepot; steam heat, electric lights and ail modern conveniences •05 PLEASANT STREET, Ala* Furnished Cettaaeo fee Rent. The MAJESTIC HOTEL and BATH HOUSE -H. A. JONES MANAGER - “ ZTITT^ TXXXJ MOST IMIOIOHIX^XT HOTEL XXT HOT SX3 S I I eoo 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 • —..____ BATH HOUSE Operated under the auth ority of the U. S. Govern I ment. Equipped with the most modern facilities for : the proper administration of , the baths. I Hot Radio-active water direct from the Hot Springs i Reservation. Have Cooper Bros.’ Agent check your baggage and take bus to hotel. [NEW TOWNSEND HOTEL awerican-eurgpean 114-120 CHAPEL STREET 2 Blocks From Railroad Stations 2 Blocks From Banks and Postofflco 2 Blocks From Bath House Row See! Inspect This New Modern Hotel CO Outside Rooms RATES American Plan .. $10 to $15 Per Week European $ 4 and up Per Week Cheek baggage with Cooper* Transfer Agent on train. Take Car riage from lUllruoad Station to the New Townsend Hotel. Carriage •* hue fare* refunded to all guesst making weekly engagement*. J. A. TOWNSEND, Prop. THE COZY INN American Plan Hotel 131 Chapel St, Tei. 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 in. There’s always a wel come, and pleasant memories Unger when you stop at me Cozy Inn. You will 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. THE LAMAR HOTEL ([Formerly Denman * Parker.* American and European Room and Board—-$1.00 Per Day, Room#—»2.00 Per Week and Up Forty outside rooms, newly furnished up-to-date and modern, fire-proof building, steam beat, electric lights Table supplied with fresh vegetable# and milk from dairy farm. Come and stop one day and see for yourselw. Centrally located, nest door to bath house. 3peelal iMtes by week or month. Elrgantly furnished rooms for families single or en suite. 204-212 OUACHITA AVE. MRS. GEORGE WATTS, Rroprletrdea. Take Bus at Depot. Fare Refunded at Hotel. THE EDDY HOTEL ' AMERICAN AND EUROPEAN. LOCATION—CENTER OF CITY, OPPOSITE THfc BATH*. Americal Rate*: *10.00 to *12.00 Per Week. European Rates: *5.00 ■rid up pel? week. *team Heat, Hot and Cold Water In all Rooms. HOUSEKEEPING APARTMENTS In Suites of 2 and * reoMA, all completely furnished for housekeeping. RATES—*5.00 to *10.00 PER WEEK. BEFORE LOCATING CALL AT Milstead Apartments 8team Heat Brick Building. M'odern light house keeping Suites; also single rooms with running water. Ideal location RATES REASONABLE—GAS IN CLUDED FOR COOKING. Two block to Depots ami Bath House* 1J7 CHAPEL AT ■’HONE 8*.» MRS. CHA8. L. BAKER, Prop. Algonquin Apartments largest and Best Equipped Brick Apartments In the City. MRS. E. M. SHRIMPLIN, Prop. Hot and Cold Running Water, Steam Heat, Electricity and (Jas In All Rooms Sleeping Rooms Summer Rates 224 PROSPECT AVENUE. PHONE 47“ Two Blocks From Bath House Row, Lester Home Hotel No runners or solicitors employed. The best meal In Hot Springs at the price. Board and room, $5 50 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. *40 Bsnton 8L Phone 1*1*. 1137 Central Ave. Pbon® 16*7 - Louis Darch Boarding House Single Meals Served. Reasonable Rate®. Our carriage meets all arriving train*. Formerly Mrs, Kriss’ House UNDER NEW MANAGEMENT. Clean Cottages for Rent Furnished 804 RESERVE AVE. PHONE 121* Two blocks from Central avenue. In the heart of the city, nut uulet. MR8. L. C. HEWITT. |TTl. IN OISHOTEL HEFFERNAN SISTERS, Props. Clean, comfortable rooms, (ran heat fn every room, with Rood table board; half block frum bath houses, *7.00 PER WEEK AND UP. Reims y'thw so,-®. *?.ee an® us, 210 Central Ave. 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 82*. Have Cooper’s Agent Check Your Baggage. I HOTEL Freedom and Conveniences. HOME Comfort and Fellowship. THE - KNICKERBOCKER VHOUSE OF WELCOME.” Choicest SOUTHERN Hospitality and Management ■eat NORTHERN Appointment* and Construction. •'.ttrsctlv- Sun Parlor and Out Door Rest Room. Cenvenient. to Baths. Theatre a, Churches, Stores, Its. - AMERICAN PLAN. Special Concessions to Coup!-?* or by th* I MRS. E. W. LAUHER. Prop. Phone IBS228 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. On*-oaJf block of Bath Monas Row. Modern, hot and cold water la *rsn room Aiao froa hatha For the next 8 days I will giv e special rates. •11 1-2 CENTRAL AVE. P. J. MURPHY, firpp. THE HORSE SHOE BATH HOUSE On Hot Springs Reservation. *1 BATHS . . . *900 Including Attendant Fees. »NE OF THE BEST MEDIUM ntlCED HOUSES IN THE CITY ED 8. 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 . «• M. SMITH. HB.=... - OPPOAiTE THE ARLINGTON HOTEL ON FOUNTAIN STREET IMPERIAL PORCELAIN TUBS, ELECTRIC MASSAGE. ON GOV ERNMENT RESERVATION. PRIVATE DRESSING ROOM*. Magnesia Bath House 11 BATHS 110.00 (INCLUDINB ATTENDANT FEE!) OWEN CORRINGTON, Manager. j Steam Heat, Gymnaalum. Needle and Shower Sat ha.