SENTINEL - RECORD
-OHN~ tt. "HI GG~IN E : : PUBLISHER
OFFICE, OLD CITY HALL BUILDING
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THAT COMMISSION BILL.
The commission hill for the city of
Hot Springs was adopted last night
at a mass mooting. The Sentinel*
Record lias contended that the bill
will help conditions in Hot Springs,
and put the city on a business basis.
There were bitter rival factions at
tlic meeting last night to battle out
the disposal of tho police judgs'Jip.
TUie physicians of the city opposed
the section as detained in the origi
nal bill. The hotel men of. Hot
Springs wanted it to remain as writ
The hotel men were in (lie major?
it> and held the hill to the man nor
Now, the commission bill as finally
adopted is as good a bill as it was
at tin' beginning. The police jmlg
ship at present is under ordinary
fleetivc rilif, such as tflie new bill
provides, except that under the new
bill more qualifications aro exacted,
and I ho salary is made higher so as
to invite men of experience to bo
willing to serve.
As a whole the bill is satisfactory i
and s lion I (I be enacted into layv. It1
should be none the less an endorse
ment of lue bill thut it was written
in a single paragraph different from
the manner or metfliod in which you
would have wanted it written.
It hardly been expected that a com
mission bill would suit everybody 'n
every provision at its outset. This
hill comes mighty close to being a
representative bill, and we should not
haggle over it. but should ail work
to gel it into action.
NOT A LAW CASE.
Tho proposal to pass laws In tho
southern abates making cumpiileorv
tho reduction of the cotton acreage, is
ridiculed in the Oommerteal Appeal,
the south’s most Influential paper,
■which says in brief that you can no
more prohibit a farmer by law from
pifuvtlii!^ cotton than you can prohibit
an author by law from writing a book
or a physician form prescribing ’tl«
n medics. Of course prohibition and
i< strictiion come under the same legal
status in this case.
Tile southern farmer is depreciat
ing iiis own crop He is squawking
in tout the sale uf it la-fort* It is guth
ere,| from Che He'd. Naturally there
is a decline in price naiiutained, and
<a' ital will harvest . o'ton crop at a
miniumum price that ’or will tiring
Tho best tiling the Out too planter
can do it to put in a turnip )witch for
tiiis year and look to It's stock, grub
through the best he can, hold his cot
ton for (himself and next year and here
after diversity his crop so that when
an unex.pt rted war hits him about the
oiie-hton of his overalls he won't he on
tdie ropes hollering for help at the first
: lew. The I'liite t States government
Huts spent lots of nr ney recently tell
ing die farmer xx'.iat lie can plant ami
low to plant it f iat information,
improved, would have made the farm,
er rich, or at 1* ast independent. Per
haps in the future the agricultural de
I'artmonit literature will be more ap
NO HEALTH BARGAINS.
So much favorable comment has
been the response to the urgent de
mand for the removal of the govern
ment agents “warning'’ on the train,
that just one more pint, is herewith
suggested that ought to be convincing
to tlie skeptics.
You and everyone else has a
miturnd yar.kee trait to "beat the ,
it Is inherent in Americans and <n j
travelers of all types to hunt bargains
If you go to Atlantic City or I/Os An
gelos or Hahn Heach or anywhere else
and believe you Jind a (better hotel at
a < heaiper price than the general run,
it is your Ixjast. if you “get In on
the roixjB” and are given a hint to
economy, you improve it. That can’t
The health seeker comes to Hot
l-'prings for relief. He ex,|K*cts to
take the hot water baths under the
direction of a physician, and to be
cured. On the train a ,government
agent Informs him that it isn’t nee
essary tfiat he have a physician, Tiiat
Is his cue. He Immediately (figures
lie will boat tli price.
(He takes the hot water baths. His
intuition suggests tiiat if tlie healing
is in the hot waters, then Tf tlie hath
is 98 or 100 it must he more (healing
than If it is 94 or SH5. lie orders It
hot. Then intuition comes along again.
If one very hot hath a day is good,
two a day may be better. He tries
one morning and afternoon.
Taking; any cure inadvisedly is er
ror. The bather iH'eonies weakened.
Ho feels bad. He grows skeptical.
Either the hot waters are “no good,"
or they don’t apply in his case, and
he recites the failure in* encountered
here. And lie doesn't add that lie was
a bargain hunter In the health market
and ruined his own chance of cure.
The grand jury is taking uip tlie en.
forcement of compulsory education
law. When the law mi kes i‘t com
pulsory to maintain tlie schools, it
ought also to work in the matter of
enforcing school attendance.
And today another battle will he
atpenod up that will extend from the
first base lino around to the home
plate, with reinforcements extending
far out into the left and right field
Hut then the average fan will have
a little change down on the Braves
or the Athleotios, and thus intensity
the interest in the hrnig range re
Arkansas will need a most capable
and competent speaker in the chair
during tlie short legislative session,
and Garland county offers tiiat in the
i rson of L. E. Sawyer.
I state fair work is proceeding
i l mere Is encouragement from all
Bines, indicating that tlie Arkansas
p- nosift ion this year will outrival al
ire we going to keep moving for
ward, and really make Hot Springs
- wonderful resort it should lie, or
will we rest on the oars in uncertain
It can't hardly he called “give and
take” in the war zone. Neither side
seems to tie giving anything or leav
ing anything to lie taken.
Unless the White Way work is be
gun at once the liniinovememt wi 11 not
tie here for the 1915 season’s open
Turkey will Just about :;ti p into th
war game in time to be dismembered
fur the Thanksgiving table.
And here is hoping the meeting the
physicians hold Monday night will be
effective of spendld results.
1 lam Patterson is for Rye in Ten
nessee hut not for rye In Tetvnessjie.
WHAT’S THE SCORE?
The foregoing query is going to he
asked by hundreds today. But why
ask it when you can come to the New
Central Theater today and get the
full returns, for the management tins
installed a special wire and from the
stage the score by innings and full
details of each flay will be received
and read. M&i'S'
Notice is hereby given that by
virtye of authority of an execution,
issued and to me directed and deliv
ered by the clerk of the Garland cir
cuit oourt. in -favor of the Garland
Hardware Company and against Alary
VVatenfield and Alva iMoore. I have
levied upon and will expose for sale
to the highest bidder, at the west
front door of the oourt house, in the
city of Hot Springs, Garland county,
Arkansas, between the hours for judi
cial sales, on the 17th day of October.
1911, all the right, title and interesi
5f the said Mary WaterfieUI and Alva
Moore in and to the following de
scribed personal property, situated <n
[he city of Hot Springs, counity
larland and state of Arkansas, Us
Nine wide bedsteads. 8 narrow bed
deads, 13 mattresses, lb wide springs,
< narrow springs, 11 comforts, 7
sheets, 15 pillows, fi pillow slips, 11
irewsers. 13 wash stands, 7 center
cables. 15 dining chairs. 7 rockers. 4
wardrobes, 9 IjowIs and pitchers. 1
■'c. 1 settee, 1 chiffonier, 1 refrig
1 bed spread. 1 sideboard. 1
>k stove, t kitchen table, 1
* . trpet, 2 carpets. 1 heater. 1 din
iii,. able (broken), linoleum in -hall,
2 coal heaters, 4 rugs.
-ms of sale: On a credit of 3
i - s, purchaser to give bond with
'* ved security, and a Hen to be re
ed on the goods until payment of
Octo: >r 8, 1914.
R. L. WILLIAMS
10 8-1 Ot
Hr. John F. Rowland has moved his
office to second floor of the Thomp
Particular people prefer Itexall
rooth Paste. If you use It you will
tnow why. Its use Is delightful, be
muse of Its delicious flavor and de
ightfully cooling effects. Most peo
ple believe that it more readily
cleans the teeth than other dentifrices,
nore easily removing tartar and other
llscolorations. and leaving tflie gums
n much better condition.
Itexall Tooth Paste contains no
icids. It is designed for month clean
iiiess and for mouth comfort, and
fills both purposes more completely
than any other dentifrice we know of.
tV’e recommend its use to all who are
particular about the care of their
Price, 2fi cents. Sold in this com.
munity only at our store—The Rex
ill Store—It. G. Morris I>rug Clo.
GAS GOING UP.
Oas is going up, but not in price.
There are several other ways in
which gas can go up and they are
as follows: First, from the absence
of a damper in the flue pipe; second,
the presence of a damper when not
necessary, the latter being the greater
loss; third, through the openings in
From experience 1 have learned not
to sell gas heaters which have fire
boxes projecting entirely in front of
stove. In surli cases 1 fipd after the.
stove lias been used one or two sea
sons, the littie cast iron framework
holding the glass, as It is directly
aver the fire, and very light in all
stoves, will warp and make openings.
Hhe fact that gas travels where it
nas the least resistance, the partly
consumed gases will pass through the
openings In doors, rather than find
its way back through the fire into a
fiue pipe. Also the intense beat keeps
the blacking burned off.
"Clark Jewel” (heaters have the fire
box inside the stove and not out in
fronit. I follow up my men, adjust and
Inspect every stove sold.
ELLIS, THE GAS MAN,
Across the street, west of High School
To Merdhants, Business Men and
Notice is hereby given that I have
not authorized any one to buy goods,
employ labor or make contracts ui>on
the credit of Garland county and that
from and after this date all bills for
allowances against the county for
goods or merchandise furnished it, or
for labor performed for it, must be
accompanied by the requlsitnon issued
by the undersigned authorizing the
purchase or employment.
This regulation will be strictly en
forced and I will positively not allow
any claim unless the same be (filed
in the manner herein provided.
Given under my hand this third day
of October, 1914.
ROBERT H. MOON BY,
(Oct 4-1 Ot.) County Judge
In Justice Court or Garland County,
Hot Springs Township.. Before J.
W. Alford, J. P.
R. L. Gilliam, plaintiff, vs. I. J.
Wing as Agent, defendants. Se
curity Bank, garnishee.
The Steel Manufacturing Co., I. J.
Win/g as agent, Security Bank as gar
nishee, is warned to appear in this
court within 30 days and answer to
plaintiff’s complaint, R. L. Gilliam.
Given under my hand as said Jus
tice of the Peace this 20th day of Au
J. W. ALFORD, J. P.
When you wish to buy a solitaire
diamond ring go to Jaccard’s on Cen
tral Ave. Lowest prices in America
for fine diamonds. tf
NOTICE TO CREDITORS.
Notice Is hereby given to all per
sons having claims against the firm
or partnership of Martin & Bennie
are hereby notified to file the same,
properly authenticated, with the un
dersigned, within ninety days from
this date, or they wiil be barred from
sharing in the distribution of the
assets of said firm.
Given under my hand on this 16th
day of September, 1914.
A. G. SUDDENBERGER,
Taken up, within the city limits, on
the 27th of Sept., one red muley cow,
ear mark underslope in the left and •
uppersloP6 in right ear, wearing a
large bell; ,
If not called for within 10 days by
the owner, will be soid for advertis
ing, pound fees, etc.
R. D. RYNDERS,
In the Garland Chancery Court.
Floy >M. Houpt. Plaintiff, against S.
R. Houpt, Defendant.
The defendant. S. R. Houpt, is
warned to appeal In this court within
thirty days and answer the complaint
of the plaintiff, Floy M. Houpt.
Given under my hand and seal of
said oourt on this 13th day of Au
A. G. SUDDEN BERGER, Clerk.
By W. H. Moyston, deputy.
Jas. S. McConne'l, Attroney ad litem.
Telephone ua; rapid uallvery. Pub- !
lie Drug Co.
The MAJESTIC HOTEL and BATH HOUSE
—=H. A. JONES MANAGER -=
the most modbbn HOTEL XH' hot spbihqs
*00 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
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Operated under the auth
ority of the U. S. Govern
ment. Equipped with the
most modern facilities for
the proper administrationof
Hot Radio-active water
direct from the Hot Springs
Have Cooper Bros.’ Agent
check your baggage and
take bus to hotel.
NEW TOWNSEND HOTEL
114.120 CHAPEL STREET
2 Blocks From Railroad Stations
2 Blocks From Banks and Postofflcs j
2 Blocks From Bath House Row
See! Inspect This New Modern Hotel
$0 Outside Rooms
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 Rallrooad Station to the New Townsend Hotel. Carriage a*
hue fares refunded to all gueast making weekly engagements
J. A. TOWNSEND, Prop.
“HOUSE OF QUALITY"
332 QUAPAW. PHONE 1011.
Modern — Clean — Airy.
Ideal location—Just far enough from
busy traffic, yet close enough for
every convenience. To Baths, Hot Wa
ter and Business, 1 1-2 blocks.
RATES TO SUIT THE TIMES.
Here’s a pleasant, cheery home for
your sojourn in our green mountain
Also Single Rooms.
MR. AND MRS. R. A. WILLIAMS,
Proprietors. Formerly of "Cozy Inn.”
“Peg” Williams invites Ills friends
PAT HURLEY, Proprietor.
RATES—PER WEEK, *600 AND UR.
One block from postoffice, cltv hall and
iepot; Bteam heat, electric lights and aft
(OS PLEASANT STREET.
Ala* Wu**l*fc*g «•*»*•*■ »** »■**
Largest and Best Equipped Brick
Apartments in the City.
MRS. E. M. SHRIMPLIN, Prop,
lot and Cold Running Water, Steam
Heat, Electricity and Gas In
Sleeping Rooms Summer Rates
224 PROSPECT AVENUE.
rwo Blocks From Bath House Row.
. .. ■
rho handsomest and best amall hotel
in the city.
MRS. H. JERWICK’S
138 Prospect Ava. Telephone 1MI
Very central location—One kiosk
of Bath Houae Row.
Hot and cold water In room*. At
tractive sun parlor. Bath o* every
SUMMER RATE8 NOW ON
Take baa to ko'el and Save Karat
I*—1 . . i sac
Apartments furnished for housekeep
ing. New and Modern.
Hot and Cold Water and Gas.
119 Orange St. Next to Bath House.
825 1-2 Central Ave. Phone 1567
Steam Went, Hot and Cold Running
Water in Every Room.
ROOMS. $2.00 PER WEEK AND UP
Take bus to hotel to have fare re
funded. One block from Bath House
Row, Depots and Postoffice. K. of
P.'s will find a warm welcome.
UNDER NEW MANAGEMENT.
Clean Cottages for
•04 RESERVE AVE. PHONE 12M
Two blocks from Central avenue, In the
heart of the city, but quiet.
WR8. L. C. HEWITT.
"" ILLINOIS HOTEL3**
HEFFERNAN BISTERS, Prope.
Clean, comfortable rooms, gas heat fn
every -oom. with good table board; half
block from bath house*.
•7.00 PER WEEK AND UP.
•uira a (7 a# eng Hit
210 Central Ave.
BEFORE LOCATING CALL AT
Brick Building, to'oderu 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 Houses
1*7 CHAPEL ST. PHONE Ui
MRS. CHAS. BAKER, Mgr.
• 19 SPRING STREET,
Room* $1.50 and Up Per W«eR.
Housekeeping Apartments *1 Per Wee*
One block north of Rock Island depot
Electricity and eras for heat and '■<v.uln«
MRS. R. BLNNIE, nee E. GEARY
Owner end Proprietress.
Phone 989. 133 Chapel St.
THE HOME HOTEL
Near Bath House, Post Office, I>epot,
Street Car Line and Banks. Steam
Heat. All Outside Rooms.
Home Cooking. Home Service.
Rates: Room and Board, $7 to $10.00
My Boarders Are My Drummers.
A. A. McCULLOUGH, Manager.
Everything strictly up-to-date; all out
side rooms; fresh eountry produce, home
milk and butter.
Board and Room, $4 and $5 Week.
Also roc me for light housekeeping.
Call and see. C. W. HACKETT, Prog,
Phons 143$. Crown 8treeii
Free carriage meet# all train#.
116 Carlton Terrace—Phone 1795
Strictly modern light housekeeping
mites, every convenience furnished.
$3 to $5 PER WEEK SUITE
High, shady and cool—no dust or
a H. MULLERY, Proprietor,
HOTEL Freedom snd Convenience*.
HOME Comfort and Fellowship.
THE - KNICKERBOCKER
f“HOUSE OF WELCOME.”
Choicest SOUTHERN Hospitality snd Management.
Beet NORTHERN Appointment* and Construction.
2:.ttractlvc 6un Parlor and Out Door Reet Room.
Convenient to Bathe, Theatre a, Churchee, Stores, Kte.
! AMERICAN PLAN.
Bpeelal Concession* to Couples or by the
MRS. K W. LAUHER, Prop.
Phone 185 228 PROSPECT AVE.
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IE W BRICK 1UILDINQ—UP-TO-DATE—NEW FURNITURB.
THE NEW LEON HOTEL
I* Now Open. Summer Rates, $3.00 to $5.00 per week.
One-half block of Hath Houas Row., Modern, hot and sold watsr ta a vary
room. Also free baths
For the next 8 days I will glv e special rates.
S11 1-1 CENTRAL AVE. p. J. MURPHY, Prop.
THE LAMAR HOTEL
fFormerly Denman A Patker.J American and Buropeam.
Room and Board—$1.00 Per Day. Room#—*2.00 Per Week and t
, .,t.orl7 outside rooms, newly furnlaked up-to-date and modern, flre-proc,
hullding. steam bent, electric lights. Table supplied with fresh vegetables ys
milk from dairy farm. Come and stop one day and see for yourselw. Centisl)
located, next door to bath house. Special rates by week or month.
Elegantly furnished rooma for families single or en suite.
2M-212 OUACHITA AVE. MRS. GEORGE WATTS, PreprletRS
Take But at Depot. Fare Refunded at Hotel.
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THE EDDY HOTEL I
' ? AMERICAN ANO EUROPEAN.
LOCATION—CENTER OF CITY, OPPOSITE THt BATHS.
Amerlcal Ratos: »10.00 to $12.00 Per Week.
Europesn Ratos: $5.00 and up pel! west1
•team Heat, Hot snd Cold Water In all Rooms.
HOUSEKEEPING APARTMENTS In Suites of 2 and I ra«M 'i
•11 sompletaly furnis/hed for housekeeping.
RATES—$5.00 to $10.00 PER WEEK.
Lester Home Hotel
No runner# or solicitor# 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,
luiet and home like, close In. All vis
Itors and O. I. A. welcome. A
MRS. LESTER, Proplretreet*.
•4* Manta* tl Phan* Hit ,
J. P. PERRY, Prop,
221 Pleasant Street.
One Block East of Rock Island
Postoffice and Theater.
BOARD AND ROOM, |5 PER WEE
FURNISHED ROOMS, $1 PER WE
HOME COOKING. PHONE
Have Cooper’s Agent Check Youf
YOU CAN’T BEAT IT
FIRST PRIZE WINNERS, 1907, 1908, 1909, 1910, 1911;
no prizes awarded on coffee or floor 1912.
ASK YOUR GROCER
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