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SENTINEL - RECORD
<V?HN a HIGGINS :: PUBLI8HE*
*rrVc«. OLD CITY- HALL BUILDING
PHONE 1*1.
6UBSC.RIPTION RATES.
Tb® 8entl-~.#J Record I* delivered by
■Liner to any part of the city or eent by
seall to anv add reel
ONE YEAR.»«.<*
SIX MONTHS. * 0*
THREE MONTHS. l.M
WE MONTH . W
Subscriber® falling to get their pap®r
'•Ally will please report ®ame to th® ofHco.
<5JiON ,*.]J.ABEl*y
THE DEPOT SITUATION.
The situation at Clio depots relative
to the meeting of the trains by the ho
tel men is not an impossible one. Cer
tainly as a people we are not ready
to plead guilty to an accusation in the
matter of incapability of self govern
ment.
It seems as though any situation
here must become deplorably bad lie
fore it is given general public atten
tion.
We are spoiling our own nest in
countenancing a continuation of this
practice of pulling and hauling our
visitors—for we must all thrive from
their patronage.
Certainly t.ie hotel man is not blind
to the condition.
If lack of city ordinances contribute
to the bad situation, then we ought
to ho ablu to have further laws.
For after ail we are all in the same
boat. The big physician and tile new
beginner, and the big hotel man and
|!io small rooming house keeper, all
alike must get his business from the
viune source—the visitor.
The depot situation should be
straightened out. Tho drummers
should be curbed. Courteous soltcita
: ion of business, it seems, about depot
platforms, comes within tne rights
a (1 privileges of tile law. But "pull
ing ami haming visitors, grabbing at
their suit cases, and yelling at them
like they were cattle,” as was ex
pressed at the physicians’ meeting, is
not only unlawful, but is an outrage.
And in this connection it is impo
tant that we come to a realization of
one thing. This situation can not be
dismissed by the average business
man by calling it a "doctors’ fight,"
or calling it. a “drummers’ fight.” Tne
hotel man and the physician, It Is
true, come In most direct contact with
4 the visitor, but ah of us live off of
tin* visitor. The dry goods man, the
grocery man, the insurance man, the
tobacco man, the laundry man, the
bakery man, the mechanic, tne news
paper, t'he hanks, the laborer, all are
dependent on the visitor, for they get
only a small percentage of business
from the visitor direct, but they must
realise that they are dependent on
business as a body for what they
make from those who do come in
more direct contact with tiie visitor
here.
From every corner of the state
comes assurances of support to the
Sawyer candidacy which means that
the man from Garland is still out in
front and running easy.
But the real philosophy of the situ
ation seems to lie that wo would get
better results from more advertising,
more people, and more satisfied pa
trons.
And after all the best manner of
settling all contentions is to argue
them out dispassionately on the pub
lic forum.
Americans arc the most fortunate
people on earth, for just now they
are the most wealthy and the most
peaceful.
The Sawyer candidacy for the
speakership was inspired by the peo
ple of Arkansas- -The former febow
legislators of the man from Garland.
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About the strongest ticket that
couid be nominated right now would
■ Wilson for president and Gowdy
ibr vice president.
The denial of the taking of Prze
mysl is no surprise to us. in fact,
v.a refuse to take Interest in that
particular phase of the war.
And of course by this time wo all
know* that if we had analyzed the sit
uation close we wrould have realized
Boston was the best.
Speaking of entertainment f^ vis
itors, what resort can offer Vt
than Hot Springs after January
The whole situation relative t
‘Warning” on the train and the
ditlous at the depots, Is most uu,
sonable. Getting down to brass tacks
it makes the resort appear very in
different as to its best interests.
But then in Belgium they have the
war tax and the war both to contend
with.
The cotton situation may look pale,
but if the farmer keeps half Ills crop
he will reap a reasonable reward.
The highway is going to be opened
for travel by the state fair opening,
of course if the pay rolls are met.
Evidently the Germans had a bunch
of aces in the hole in and around Ant
werp.
Now the next question is, will the
council hurry through an ordinance to
help take care of the depot situation?
WELCH TO MEET WHITE,
Chicago, Oct. tit. -Freddie Welch,
champion lightweight, and Charley
White, of Chicago, have signed ar
ticles for a ten round boxing match
in Milwaukee November it. it was an
nounced here today. The men will
weigh in at 1,'til pounds at 5 o’clock.
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CRUISER AT BRANDESI.
Washington. I). Oct. lit. Arriv
al of tin* cruiser Tennessee at Bran
desi, Italy, and of the 'North Carolina
at Mersine, Asia Minor, was reported
today to the navy department. The
situation in Turkey is understood to
have improved.
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 will 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. 8ULLEN1BERGTOR,
Receiver.
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CHICAGOANS TIED.
Chicago, Oct. 13.—(City scries! —
The Chicago American league tied the
local National league representatives
for the championship of Chicago to
day when they won, 6 to 3. The
standing of the clubs is now three
and three. The Americans won in
tile fifth inning when the Nationals
went to pieces. The score:
Americans .... 010 004 uuo—5 6 3
Nationals . 000 000 201—ft 10 6
Benz, Clcotte and ■Schalk; Vaughn,
Zabel and Bresnahan.
FLOWERS FOR SALE.
I have a profusion of suburb dah
lias, and other kinds of flowers for
sale. Call 616 Third street, or tele
phone 1313, Mrs. M. VV. i.Manville. tf.
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PUBLIC NOTICE.
To Merdhants, Business Men and
Others:
Notice is hereby given that I have
not authorized any one to buy goods,
employ labor or make contracts upon
the credit of Garland county and that
from and after this date ull bills for
allowances against the county for
goods or merchandise furnished it, or
for labor performed for it, must be
accompanied by the requisltnon issued
by the undersigned authorizing the
purchase or employment.
This regulation will be strictly en
forced and I will positively not allow
any claim tinless the same lie tiled
in the manner herein provided.
Given under my hand this third day
of October, 1914.
ROBERT H. MOONEY.
(Oct 4-1dt.) County Judge
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WARNING ORDER.
In the Garland Chancery Court.
Floy M. Houpt, Plaintiff, against S.
R. Houpt, Defendant.
The defendant, S. R. Houpt, is
w-arned to appeal in this court within
thirty days and answer the complaint
of the plaintiff, Floy M. Houpt.
Given under my hand and sea] of
said court on thiB 13th day of Au
gust, 1914.
A. G. SCDDENBERGER, Cleric.
By W. H. Moyston, deputy.
Jus. S. MoConne 1, Attroney ad litem.
Toned Up Whole System
"Chamberlain's Tablets have done
more for me than 1 ever dared hope
for,” writes Mrs. EstSiem Mae Baker.
Spencenport. N. Y. “1 used several
bottles of these tablets a few months
ago. They not only cured me of bil
ious attacks, sick headaches and that
tired out feeling, but toned up my
whole system.” For sale by all dealers.
REXALL SKEETER SKOOT.
The kind that really makes them
scoot. In 15 cent packages at R. G.
Morris Drug Co. 10-10-tf.
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KIRK—THE TAILOR.
, He will make your *uit, do your
'eaning and pressing. 123 Central
•' one t«* lg-7-tl
-idw* -a
t 1>1<V Higginbotham has reopened
'dy Hotel dining room. Single
75c; served family or cafe
deal tickets $5 per week.
OUTPOSTS OF THE BELGIANS
Belgian patrol on duty, the last be
tween the Belgian and German lines.
The names on the signpost have been
obliterated to confuse the invaders.
ARKANSAS TRAVELERS
LINING UP FOR FAIR
OFFICIALS OF FAIR ASSOCIATION
WILL CONFER WITH THEM
RELATIVE TO CELEBRATION
HERE.
Up in 'Canada the cry is:
"Hoot, Mon, the Kilties are coin
in' ”.
As the date for the State Fair,
which will be given here November
1(> to 21, approaches, the cry is:
‘'Hold your sweethearts. Here
come the Arkansas Travelers.”
And the commercial men of the
state are coming in force and witn
more enthusiasm t o the coming
great exposition 1n this city than they
have ever manifested before.
This fact was made known when
Secretary Waters received a com
nninication from the officials of the
Arkansas Travelers' Association, ask
ing if it would be possible for he and
other officers of the State Fair to
come to- lhttle Itock and attend th
next meeting of this body and take
up with the members the special pro
gram and other features of "Arkan
sas Travelers Day*’ they desire to ob
serve at the State Fair. Secretary
Maters stated that he intended going
to the Capital city for this purpose
and wrote to President S. W. Fordyce,
asking him to also attend this meet
ing.
"Arkansas Travelers’ Day" will be
observed the last, day of State Fair
week, and it will be noted that the
commercial men of the state will al
so share this date with "The Pananvi
Pacilic Exposition Day," when Gov
ernor Hays, (Commissioner General
Hollen'berg and members of the Ar
kansas Commission of the I‘ana in a
Pacific Exposition will also lie in this
city. The day. which will conclude
with a monster and picturesque cclo
bration at night, will bring the State
Fair to a glorious close, and the Ar
kansas Travelers, from their letter,
indicate that they will be muc.li in
evidence on this particular day.
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WARNING ORDER.
In Justice Court of 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.
M’inig 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 a~ said Jus
tice of the Peace tills 20th day of Au
gust, 1914.
J. W. ALFORD, J. P.
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DON’T FAIL TO VISIT THE
OAKLAWN MINERAL WELL
Two blocks west of Oaklawn Race
Track. This water is noted for its
cures of Liver, Kidney, Bladder and
Stomach troubles Constipation and
Eczema. Delivered da ly in 1-2 Gal
lon Bottles, $1.00 per week. If you
have Kidney Trouble, Eczema or
Stomach Trouble, be sure and try It.
Rhone 1496.
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Telephone us; rapid delivery. Pub
lic Drug Co.
Jones Apartments
332 Puapaw. Phone 1011.
Modern, Clean, Location Ideal to
Bath*, Hot Water, Business; Every
thing furnished.
Running water in all housekeeping
apartments. Gas for cooking.
Summer Rates on Till Steam Heat
is Needed. Board can be arranged
for if desired, at reasonable rates.
Tnosp sick or alone given special at
tention. Single bed rooms.
R. A. (“Peg”) William*. Prop.
Formerly of Cozy Inn.
Conte and inspect before locating.
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The MAJESTIC HOTEL and BATH HOUSE]
-H. A. JONES MANAGER= 77=
ItHE MOST MOXXELROSr HOTEL nr HOT SHEtlisI 03
too ROOMS WITH HOT AND
COLD RUNNING WATER,
A.ND TELEPHONE. FIFTY
ROOMS WITH PRIVATE
BATHS AND TOILETS.
Rates $2.50 to $4.00
Par Day, American Plan.
SPECIAL RATES BY THE
I WEEK AND TO FAMILIES
BATH HOUSE
Operated under the auth
ority of the U. S. Govern
ment. Equipped with the
most modern facilities for
) the proper administration of
' the baths.
Hot Radio-active water
direct from the Hot Springs
Reservation. „
Have Cooper Bros.' Agent
check your baggage and
take bus to hotel.
NEW TOWNSEND HOTEL
AHERICAN.-EUnurtAfi
814-120 CHAPEL STREET
t Blocks From Railroad Stations
2 Blocks From Banks and Postoffice
2 Blocks From Bath House Row
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See! Inspect This New Modern Hotel
m Outside Rooms
RATES
American Plan $10 to $15 Per Week
European $ 4 mid up Per Week
,"h.ek beggar, with Cooper’* Transfer Agent on train Take Car
rag# from Rallroond Station to the Now Townsend Hotel. Carriage as
Bus far.# refunded to all ruesst making weekly engagements.
J. A. TOWNSEND, Prop.
Jones Apartments
"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
valley.
Also Single Rooms.
MR. AND MRS. R. A. WILLIAMS,
Proprietors. Formerly of “Cozy Inn.”
“Peg” Williams invites his friends
to inspect.
"""hurley house
PAT HURLEY, Proprietor.
RATES—PER WEEK, 1600 AND UP.
Oiih block from poatofflce. city hall ami
depot: steam heat, electric lights and ait
wodern conveniences.
SO6 PLEASANT STREET.
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 Gas In
All Rooms.
Sleeping Rooms Summer Rates
224 PROSPECT AVENUE.
PHONE 47*
Two Block# From Bath House Row,
The handsomest and best small hotel
In the city.
MRS. H. JERWICK’S
.rw irr-jy* yarv*
236 Prospect Ave. Telephone 1586
Very central location—One block
of Bath Houae Row.
Hot and cold water In roomc, At
tractive eun parlor. Bath o» every
floor,
SUMMER RATES NOW ON
Taka hue to ho'ai and have lares
refunded
When you feel S3*.
vous, tired, worried or despondent it is a
sure sitfn you need MOTTS NERVERINE
PILLS. They renew the normal vigor and
make life worth living. n« sure and a.k tor
Mott’s Nerverine Pills bid' ^yi.
WILLIAMS MFC. CO., Prop.., Cleveland. Ohio
A. C. Jennings, 106 Ouachita A>onus
i 825 1-2 Central Ave. Phone 1567
DARCH HOTEL
EUROPEAN
Steam Stent, Hot and Cold Ttunning
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
How, Depots and Postoffice. K. of
P.’s will find a warm welcome.
UNDER NEW MANAGEMENT.
Clean Cottages for
Rent Furnished
*04 RESERVE AVE. PHONE 12»»
Two blocks from Central avenue, tn tbs
heart of tn* city, but uulat.
MRS. L. C. HEWITT.
^lTsSoTs~h oteT^
HEFFERNAN SISTERS. Prop*.
Clean, comfortable rooms, gas beat fn
•very room, with good table board; h*lf
block from bath house*.
*7.UO PER WEEK AND UP.
“•erne **'•►.*.,. •>«.*—< mas an* gp
210 Central Ave.
BEFORE LOCATING CALL AT
Milstead Apartments
Steam Heat
Brick Building. Modern light houa»
keeping Suites; also single roorna
with running water. Ideal location.
RATES REASONABLE—GAS IN
CLUDED FOR COOKING.
Two block to Depot* and Bath Houaaa
157 C-taPEl «T PHONE 8*5
MRS. CHAS. BAKER, Mgr.
THE GEARY
11* SPRING STREET.
Rooms $1.50 and Up Per Weak.
Housekeeping Apartments *1 Per W««».
On block north of Hock Island depot
Blectricltv and gas for heat and -ooUng
MRS R. BLNNIE, nee £. GEARY
Owner and Proprietress
HAl-'—T ... --—-7=- '
j Phone 989. 133 Chapel St.
THE HOME HOTEL
Near Bath House, Post Office, Depot,
Street Car Dine and Banks. Steam
Heat. All Outside Rooms.
Home Cooking. Home Service.
Rates: Room and Board, $7 to $10.00
f^er Week.
My Boarders Are My Drummers.
A. A. McCULLOUGH, Manager.
“kenweyhouse”"
Bvcrythln* strictly up-to-date; all out
side rooms; fresh eounlry produce, borne
milk end butter
Board and Room, $4 and $3 Week.
Also rooms for light housekeeping.
Call and see. C. M. HACKETT, Prop
Phone 143S. Crown Street*
Free car-rises meets *11 trains.
Mullery Anaitments
116 Carlton Terrace—Phone 1795
Strictly modern light housekeeping
suites every eonvtnienre furnished.
$3 to $5 PER WEEK 8UITE
High, shady an<* cool—no dust or
noise.
Q. H. MULLERY, Proprietor.
.. III IWI— llffirrr ven-T,.Ms-.n.■*?%aw«ltr'»4MaMMRM«MkMH|
HOTEL Freedom and Convenient**. j
4j HOME Comfort and Fellowahlp.
!THE - KNICKERBOCKER [
1 '“HOUSE OF WELCOME.”
2 Chofeeat SOUTHERN Hoapltailty and Management.
Seel NORTHERN Appointment* and Construction.
. ttrictiv Son Parlor and Out Door Rest Room.
Convenient to Bath*. Theatr* a, Churchea, Store*, Bt*. 4
AMERICAN PLAN
Spsxlal Cenceaalon* to Couplet or by the >V
HR*. B W. LAUHER, Prop.
i Phone (85 228 PROSPECT AVE. f
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fifi ITifijaiffifiniiiiBi1 i min na i »r - H i t"~-y ta*. .*' mii ffHilBTr 'iiirwrTmi
NEW BRICK BUILDING—UP-TO-DATE—NEW FURNITURB.
THE NEW LEON HOTEL
jl la Now Open. Summer Ratea, $3.00 to $5.00 per week.
B Pna-haif block of Bath Houa* Row. Modern hot ana *old atlw la »»«*'?
room Ai«o ftA#* hrtth*
E For the next 8 days I will glv e special rate*.
*11 1-2 CENTRAL AVE. P. J. MURPHY, Pro*.
THE UMAR HOTEL
ffV>r*i*rly Denman A Parker.* American and Kuropam.ii.
Room and Board—*1.00 Par Day. Room*—*2.00 Per Week an* U*.
Forty outside rooms, nowiy furnished up-to-date arid modern, flre-prool
building, steam beat. *leetrlc lights. Table supplied with fresh vegetables *n<
milk from dairy farm. Cotne and stop one day and see for yourselw. CentraUl
located, next door to bath house. Bp<-rlal rules by week or month.
Elegantly furnished rooms for families single or en suite.
2*4-212 OUACHITA AVE. MRS. GEORGE WATT#, Pra*H#tr«a*.
Take Bui at Depot. Far# Refunded at Hotel.
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I THE EDDY HOTEL i
AMERICAN AND EUROPEAN.
LOCATION—CENTER OF CITY, OPPOSITE THu BATHS.
America! Ratea: $10.00 to $12.00 Per Week.
European Rate*: $5.00 and up p*r weak,
Steam Heat. Hot and Cold Water In *11 Room*.
HOUSEKEEPING APARTMENTS In 8uite» of Z and I r»OJU,
! HI «ompletelj furnished for housekeeping. |
RATES—$5.00 to $10.00 PER WEEK.
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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, Proplretreeaa.
<«* at Whan* HIS
Campbell House
J. P. PERRY, Prop.
221 Pleasant Street.
On* 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 MS
Have Cooper's Agent Check Your
iasBMi
ij YOU CAN’T BEAT IT
Alameda Coffee
Albatross flour
! FIRST PRIZE W1NNRRS. 1907, 19( i8, 1909, 1910, 1911j ]!
| bo prim awarded on coffee or flour 1918.
| ASK YOUR GROCER

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