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[INTINEL- RECORD
IN G. HIGGINS
PUBLISHER
OLD CITY HALL BUILDING
PHONE 131.
f
^BFFICE.
I SUBSCRIPTION RATES.
* Th* n re-! 1|>
carrier to any turn of the city or sent by
mall to any address
ONE YEAR__MOO
MIX MONTHS _ 3.00
THREE MONTHS_ l.i-O
ONE MONTH_ .00
Subscribers failing to net their paper
dally will please report same to the office
BEGGING FOR BREAD.
“For God's sake send us beans or
anything to gave our lives for three
weeks until corn is ripened."
That is the cry out of Mexico.
(Starving people begging lor succor.
They do not want to die of huuge,.
They are in distress.
It does not matter that months ago
we saw these people coming to starva
tion. They saw it themselves. Yet
they continue to engage in blooiy
warfare.
Ai^fl thus is their condition different
frijm that of other supposedly cu
htened nations! Isn’t i t certain
t starvation is the price of war'.’
low long would it lie if this war
itiuued before all of Europe woud
he showing striiis of en,hungered ribs
through their bodies enslaved to
war?
Never mind, now. They are eating,
and shooting. The Britons are shoot
ing bullet holes througn the Germans,
and the Germans are shooting bullet
holes through the Hiltons, and so on
with all the nations at war.
They are killing and maiming each
other. Lucky are the kil ed. They
will not be hungry later. They will
not be here wnen the cry for bread
comes from tire women and children.
War. Terrible war.
Yet wo Americans ar> insulted be
I cause we show a disposition for peace
rather tlum for bravad >. insulted,
too, by the very people who later wid
be crying for bread for their oil
hungered women and children.
America is striving hard to !<c equal
to the task ahead. Shi i> taking much
of the insult of the rabid. Sue is en
during in so far <is decency w ill per
it is possible
!"0 main!* .
miL Jftbe is for peai e if
lit
b-. i' tin n,i i 'ii
P.iihi - honiil I"
^'lint'll «li:i'
but how it
sUan nation
fillinent of a
J MAN.
! i • r > > i
fori
fueoiphy as well as other things, here
with is exliihlt AAA wherein he puts
you right if you are off the track:
“I have a rwf that doesn’t leak, I
have a suit of clothes to wear, and
when ruin falls or tenii ests sliri* K I
9»ask in my old rocking chair. I have
a stove that keeps me hot, I have a
corking book to read. I have a sou>
^one in the pot—what more Ilian this
as mortal need? The gilded gawds
► which men s h are all with dis
pint meat I aught; the tin
i |..a! w ■ ..: i i I ■ > a’ ■
cracks when they’re boug.it.
go jaunting off to Home, or
storied joints of Greece, but I
by her< it homi. and t ravel
psturli lily peace. The wea ill
Ican't u ai.e you glad, or si k
diadems; a calm, contented
lad, is better than a ton of
fou won’t find happiness, 1
eokiug it in distant lands;
wo searching far and near,
fair door it meekly stand . I
3ttle full of soup, 1 have
Le jil'ee in tlie tl.i.-l. ; tie
pr in tne . oop -w hat better
could a'mortal ask ?”
MEANS POSITIVE RESULTS.
To augment the ranks of the liusi
ness Men’s League with an additional
membership of 2(H) of the business
men of the city who have not taken
ACTIVI5 Interest in affairs ami the i
to augment it further by at least si
curing IftO members from the ranks of
men not engaged in business, hut run
pioyeoa of business, who are willing
to pay a minimum membership fee.
and give their work and interest to
Hie cause, will nuvm an end to tic
troubles of Hot Springs.
Tills does not mean the elimination
of toe older heads, or even Suggest
this condition, but means putting the
whole working fori e into a unit of
strengt h.
There is turn U spirit In now blood.
Spirit and enthusiasm make for sue
nwi t w lit n cxi*erieuce and judgment
art' perliu, s a triflo slo*. Hot Spring,
needs such en organization. You need
it—but even if you ate on the nhady
aide of easy street, and don’t need It,
your neigMior does. Make the reor
ganization of this single comtnercia
organization mean soinelking l>ig for
Hot Springs; something that will in
fuse now blood, and new nope; some
thing that will guarantee results.
THE BUNCO OF IT.
Under the caption of “The Amer
ican Call to Herman Fear,” an official
organ of Germany says among other
things: "Also, we do not forget cer
tain interior differences in America.
That is another side of the business.
We care neither for iter (America’s)
bluff or her deeds.”
Germany has evidently been misled
into tin' belief of interior differ' net s.
Because speech lias been unbridled in
this country. Germany regards the
United States as on tne verge of civil
strife. Too bad, indeed, that Germany
is not. advised that tilers' are no in
ternal differences here, and that if
they should be found to exist, they
would be quelled without a ripple
America is America, and Americans
are for their flag.
Worry, instead of work, makes for
the gray hairs ami wrinkled brows.
The dune bride is in the nands of
the dressmaker.
Also whore there is ;i will there is
a highway.
(Remember, Tuesday is the day, and
from 2 to t! ]). m. is the time of the
day. Cast your vote for prosperity.
'between two evils. Hot Springs
ought to always select the one that
will bring the host returns.
Hither the ocean is everyQmdy's
highway or else it is somebody's
monopoly. Answer as you see it
Now that the winter season is at an
end, we can go bach to the H V D and
the straw hat. «
Tite trouble with the natural gas
is that we tan not .put away a wood
shed full in time of plenty.
And perhaips the valedictorian will
tell u> how all this world war eould
he easily stopped just like that.
Now that the school term has end
ed, there will lie additional interest
In the matter of 1 he- beaten path to
the swimming hole.
ITrl taps the colonel meant that as
a left-handed compliment when ne re
marked that women were as compel
i'iit to vote as men.
Polygamy may be popular in the
war countries, but that is where the
husbands are not paying the millinery
hi I Is.
They are talking of a famine in
mutton—and to think how goats laise
themselves in tnis country, und how
deception is so easy.
American currency may 1ms ugly
and inartistic, but it has a satisfying
manner that keeps its circle of
friends.
Another reason we should remain
neutral is that the allies may have
some place to interne their navies and
keep them free from harm until the
war is over.
There is no good reason'why an
Arkansas Home Coming Week" in
Hot Springs s non Id not bring them all
hack on a handshaking basis.
The trouble with potting united aii|>
port behind a state lair here is be
cause tlie ipeople of Arkansas urn
short oil appreciation, and we are get
ting short on unappreciated philan
thropy.
\nd then also we have assurances
thalt go with a nation where every
man believes he ran raise potatoes
snd chickens better than any other
who ever tried the game.
Arkansans scattered a t over the
country might be glad of the call to
come back norm and siiend a week in
Hot Springs in the fall season.
REMOVAL NOTICE.
George It. Watson has moved his
cigar store from 1170 Central avenue
to the Hank Corner cigar store, 600
Central. This is the premium detn>t
C-'J-tf
When this proposi
tion was put before
the big guns they
said financial failure,1
sure; will not be a;
success. Why New
York, C hicago or
Phil, has nothing like
it, but our City wifi
have it the great
grand big thing, «
Watch This Space.
The MAJESTIC HOTEL and BATH HOUSE
=H. A. JONES MANAGER- - —5
THU MOST TvrOIDliLR.i'T HOTEL ITT HOT STPR/ITbTCHS
tf'o ROOMS WITH HOT AND
COLD RUNNING WATER
AND TELEPHONE. FIFTY
ROOM* WITH PHI V ATI
BATHS AND TOILET!
Rates $2.50 to $4.00
Pcs Pay, Am eric* t P)*&.
SPECIAL Rates BY TILS'
g AND TO FA MIL v
4t
1
HATH 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
1 take bus to hotel.
NEW TOWNSEND HOTEi
AMEKICAN -CUKOFCAM
114. ISA CHftrRL STREET
l Blocks H orn kaiiroad Stations
3! Blocks From Banks and Postof
S Blocks From Bath House
Sec! Inspect This New Modern
Outside Rooms
RATES
American Plan .. $I0 to 515 Per Week
European $ A and up Per Week
heek larger.. with Cooper's tramtf: Arml on 'rain. Taka <W
! «*• from Kallrnead tStatlou to tin- New Townsend Hotel. Carriage *a
t'«s- "x «*» refunded *.<* ail guaeat making weekly engagements.
S. A, TOWNSEND, Prop.
1 lit H4LE B4TM*>
arc unexcelled anywhere on tlicontinent. The bathho.,. .• nas been
completely rebuilt, under the supervision of the I nib d States gov
ernment. The la-test and most sanitary fixtures are used through
out. affording bathers the superlative degree of benefit and com
fort. Comfortable and sunny lonn i:. and sllthi/ rooms add to the
pleasure of the guests.
A Full course of 21 baths for. 510.00
R. A. (“Peg") William*. Pr**.
Jones Apartments
332 Quapaw Ave. Phone 1011
Modern, clean. Location ideal. Close
to bath houses and business crtiter.
Everything furnished for light
housekeeping.
2 room apartments and 3 or 4 room
apartments, with private bath and toi
let, especially adapted for permanent
tenants. Steam Heat and Running Wa
ter in All Apartments.
Board can be arranged for at reas
onable rates. Those sick or alone‘giv
en special attention. Single bedrooms
for local clerks, or visitor*, at re
duced prices.
Come and Inspect before locating.
HOTEL MAURICE
Opposite Majestic Hotel.
American or European.
American Plan .$9.00 to $12.00
European Plan .$3.00 to $7.00
First class housekeeping suites Jn
connection. Steam heat, hot water
etc. Convenient to two bath houses.
Phone 1570. Mrs. M. D. Brady, Prop.
Mullery Apartments
116 Carlton Terrace—Phone 1796
Strictly modern light housekeeping
mites, every convenience furnished
|3 to $5 PER WEEK SUITE
Furnace heat, running water In
rooms. No dust of noise.
<L H. MULLERY, PrOfcr!»t*r
ILLINOIS HOTEL
HEFFERNAN BISTERS. Prop*.
Clean. comfort* bla room*. *b* tiaa' fa
»v«rj -oom with itoi»d taMs board; half
Mo«k from "oath house#
17.06 PER WEEK AND UP
Roemi tear®. »2.66 and ®(l
110 Centra! Av®
IMPORTANT
Tbla life of our* is rv.y unoartalB
If ^our Boa* la mortgagei! pro
t*ct It.
If you »ro marrt6<l protect jro* [
wife aud children.
If you are ping!*, protect your old
tars—In case you live to •**« them
You can <)« tii'i by In*"ring todaj
with
The Mutual Life lasnra rc •
af Nr* York
THOt O. MeCALl.UM.
Dletrlct Manager.
Pban®a PM and HI
825 1-2 Central Ave. Phone 1567
DARCH HOTEL
EUROPEAN
Steam fleet, 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 I’ostoffice. K. of
l’.'s will find a warm welcome.
Campbell House
J. P. PERRY, Prog,
t?. 1 Pleasant 8treeL
Om Block East rf Rock Island Depot i
Postofflce and Theater.
BOARD AND ROOM, *5 PER WEEK
FURNISHED ROOMS, *1 PER WEEK
AND UP.
HOME COOKING. PHONE 12*.
Hsvo Coopor'a Agent Chock Your
teegaes
BEFORE LOCATING CALL A”
Milstead Apartments
Steam H«*t
Srt*k Building Modern light ko**«
feepjug Suite*; al»o einglo room»
with running witter. Ideal lcxatlop
RATES REASONABLE—GAt IN
CLUDED FOR COOKING
Two block to Depot* *«•: Bfttii Houmc
1*7 CHAPEL ST. PHONE *8*
MRS. CHAS. BAKER. Mgr.
THE GEAR*
Hi SPRING STREET.
Room* 11.50 end Up Per Week
Housekeeping Apartment* $1 Pw W#*»
On» block north of Hock leland
Fleotrlcltv and Kan for boat and cookina
MR8. R. SLNNIE, nee E. GEARY
Owntt and Proprletree*.
THE WHIPKEY
MODERN
FURNISHED COTTAGES.
Also
APARTMENTS FOR LIGHT
HOUSEKEEPING.
602 PARK AVt. PHONE 13.
New Orleans Hafel
327 1 7 MALVERN AVI. NUt
Furnished Outside Rooms
SUMMER RATFS
J7 AND $ PER WET K \
Call and aee for >our»rif, a
L. F ASBAHR, Manao't.
i
fttr- 3*egU««efc» IVW.''- a
i
HOTEL Freedom end Convenience*
HOME Comfort and Ke'lowehlp.
THE - KNICKERBOCKER
“HOUSE OF WELCOME,"
fcha*e**t SOUTHEhN Hcapltallty and Management
Beet NORTHERN Appointment* and Construction
tbutiv Sun Parlor and out Ooor Re»t Room.
SonvonlORi to Bathe, Thtatr* a, Church**, Storae, Rt*
AMERICAN PLAN
Scnceaalom to Couple* or by the "Vo-V,
MBS. * 'V, LAUHER, Prop
Phone 185 228 PROSPECT AVE.
*t*W BRICK BUILDING—UP-TO-DATE—NEW FURNITURS.
THE NEW LEON HOTEL
l Now Open. Summer Rate*, S3.00 to >5.00 per week.
Ot'e-half Meek ef Hath Houae R"W. Modem hot ene told water Ut exert
roem Also free twithe
Per the next fl daya I will glv e epeclal rate*.
•11 1-1 CiNTRAL AVt, F. J. MURPHY, Prep,
■i i iinm m am Tin run Bunn—w ihummii—
THE LAMAR HOTEL
{Formerly Denman » Parker.J Asserisen end Futopee a
Reem end Board—11.00 Per Day. Reoma—•2.00 Per Week and U»
Forty outside rooms, newly furnished up-to-date and modern, flre-proot
building, strain beat electric lights Table supplied with fresh vegetables and
milk from dairy farm. Come ami stop one day and «e« for yourselw. Centralis
Sweated, next door to bath houae. Special rates by week or month.
Elegantly furnished roonie for families single or en suite.
»*« 212 OUACHITA AVE. MRS. GEORGE WATTS, Preisrlefroee
Take Bus at Depot. Pare Refunded at Hotel.
THE EDDY HOTEL
AMERICAN AND EUROPEAN.
LOCATION—CENTER OF CITY, 0PP08ITE THt. BATH*.
America! Estes; >10.00 to >1£00 P*r Week.
European Ratee: >5.08 and up ME week* ■
Steam Heat, Hot and Cold Water In ail Rooms
HOUSEKEEPING APARTMENT8 In Suite* of 2 and I ITMJB*,
all •UBpletely furnished for hounnkeoplng
I1ATES—>5.00 to >10.00 PER WEEK,
Large and Fresh Stock HUYLER'S CANDY.
Exclusive Agency HUYLER’S CANDY.
i
BATH OUTFITS
$1.50
ROBE .50
PAIR TOWELS. 50
SLIPPERS . 50
MITT . FREE
CAKE SOAP . FREE
COMPLETE . 1. $1.50
We have liutli Outfits any rfrice Desired.
Lemly’s Drug; Store
Victors Prescription* Specialty
364 Centra! Ave. Hot Springe, Ark.
Fresh Shipment HUYLER'S CANDY Received Dally
k
I
Large and Fresh Stock HUYLER'S CANDY.

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