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SENTINEL. RECORD
JOHN O. HIOOINS i! PUBLISHER
OFFICE OLD CITY HALL BUILDING
PHONE 131
SUBSCRIPTION RATES
The Ranttnrl-Roionl to delivered bv
carrier to any part of thw city or Mint by
mall t« any addles*.
ONK YRAR ..^. . *« on
FIX MONTHS ..
TimEK MONTHS . _ _ 1 X.
O.VK MONTH .fiu
Winn Paid In Advanee
SubPdrtbera falllnjr to nut thrlr paper
daily will please report some to the office.
Rntered na second class matter at the
poatofflc* at Hot Sprint;*. Ark., under
Ait of March 3. ihtm
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SUMMER BASEBALL.
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Steps should be taken at this time
for the formation of a six club state
league for a short playing season dur
ing the summer months. The state
•had sueh a little baseball organization
two years ago, and while some of the
clubs were maintained at a loss, tho
cost whs very small, and those who
contributed to the deficit in sueh
towns 'were very willing to. meet tho
expense for the entertainment fur
nished.
There is no reason why a short
playing season could not lie arranged
in this state between at least six
cities, The maintenance of the sport
would give a chance for tho develop
ment of the ambitious youngsters,
aud it would also provide yuite a bit :
of entertainment. I
Eastern Arkansas had a little four
club longue last summer that was
nicely handled, and that furnished
some flue sport for four of the cities
of southeast. Arkansas. diet Springs
ui:d Argenta and Pine Bluff and an
other city might co-operate with ihe
four cities in that southeast circuit,
and develop a six or eight club league
that would give us entertainment for
two months at least.
CHANGING OLD RULES.
That there lived within the .senate
ol the United States for 100 years a
rule whereby a single individual could
thwart the progress of the remainder
of tjfcat body is no compliment to the
rnmcnt that we have adopted.
That the rule is broken, and that here
after two-I birds of the United States
senate maj proceed with business, o,
certainly proper.
The incident recalls that oven here
within our state a constitution that
wa ■> vrr't*^ for a period long ago. is
so .‘tfUquateilrHa i he present that we
have planned for v\CiTv constitution,
uud that within that body the main
object and purposes will be to con
st rot such a constitution as will
benefit rather than retard the prog
ress of this country.
The American government is a won
derful piece of construetivi work. It
is "by the people and for tits people
So long as it serves ttiul purpose, and
so long as the people are capable of
government, for themselves, n will
stoud. Hut it must have < hanges to
keep pace with the changing condi
tion.
GIVE THEM THE LIMIT,
The local detectives have gathered
in al> ut the holiest lot of hold-up men
to infest this conuinity in ears. With
some co-operative work these men
can receive such a maximum in pun
ishment, of course following their con
viction, that soon the word will lie
passed that slick-up men had lx tier
give Hot Springs a wide berth
There Is an issue on, and the issue
is as to whether the business inter
este of our city are the overwhelm
ing tone. If they are, the day will
soon pass 'when visitations from
crooks will be the rule. By ait art
herence through which the business
interests stand firmly together thee
will control, ami when they do Hot
Springs as u whole will enjoy a con
fldence everywhere that will mate
rially add to her continued prosperity
throughout the whole of the succeed
ing years.
Yea, it is gardening weather and !
the gardening of today will he the big
saving of tin- midst... r ;v i .• .,
Why not more potato patches and
more flower patches? They both help
in the matter of tanking life worth
living.
Incidentally, Hot Springs is placing
itself in Live sun or taking place In
the sun, as they are pleased to call it
Now it is apparent that Germany
expects to install a wireless to Mex
ico, but there will be days when the
n ? • p 1 K 1
Hacking Coughs .w.
I or 1 lacking Coughs that rob you of your sleep till your sys
tem becomes so run down that you are in grave danger of Pneu
monia or Consumption, the kind that almost tear you to pieces,
that make >uur head ache, your throat sore and inflamed, take
Chamberlain’s Cough Remedy
It soothes and heals the inflamed air passages, stops the tick
ling in the throat, and by its tonic effect enables you to throw
oft the disease. Chamberlain's Cough Remedy is quite different
from the ordinary cough medicine, for it not only soothes Cut
also heals, so that the effected parts are restored to a healthy
condition and the danger of a future attack is removed. I firmly
believe that it is the best and most reliable preparation i ver pro
duced for coughs and colds."
Qhvo/cv’
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NOTE5' ON
MMC &
I —ll ■ n i wmmmmmmmmm mm**’
A clean cut slim looking man pn
vil the jocky ro m at Oukluwn un<}
I. om the w iutioM sf |«p. i| oHl the
heads of the yiultg pigskin.
"(lie I « 'll Mia; some day 1 will Ik*
al. e i. . ide a- many hor es to vletor.v
as lie dhi,” said ain apprentice boy.
Tin mutt whom he teetered to was
'Henry Shields at olio time the great -
<‘st Jockey that ever paraded it ra m
■hojft-v. In ane a grand stmtd. either in
*E rope or Ame. ica.
Mr. Shields Unis an interest m a a \
hor* t’s tuW He lias the credit oi hav
ing won more plates abroad than any
other boy. lie heard the p land its of
Kings and Queens, and "lb t nobi1 ty
in the foreign • /outlines. Jin hey
-lr* Ids name *w a on the lip- «
cveryb dy that loud race horses, in
■the day s when lie was in liu prime.
•Mr. Shields i now a trainer mid
considered one ot the be.a judges of
ini|H>rud horses. He is modest, Kind
and courteo s.
When a ski d I become reininisi-iu
Mr. Sltie ils' fa e illuminated. Hi
thoughts ran ibaek to the , ar y days
of lit-, i a roe,- -is a m.irvehvin jockey,
w hen ills n :.mIicr was filing up ofa-u
are.aid the rai ■ co rs, , of flu; ;a
and 1'ram-c.
I <|>■ t being a jockey », i:H7." sa 1
•Air. Shields. “The la-i live yiar- lie
lore I gave pi saddle work, I rode for
Sam Hildreth, w li is now trabiln : for
lla. ry Hay m W itney, and Mr. Spreoh
les, the sugar huig. I hove o'teii li.'en
abroad to ptirelui.-e horses air \inor
icans and the last time I had a large
consignment of K glisli and Irish
horse, whii'ii I intiuded to ship to
Am rica.
This was a few weeks before.war
was declared between Ktigland a.al
<!enn-:um. I had ju the stithies tiior
otiglibretls which were worth about
one- lull million dollars: but th
JTench govennuiv seized Minn al!
i.ml gave the maximum price of $:',ou
for each head and in some cas, , gave
ie minimi in price of $_’oo. 1 renteni
In r one ow ner w ho had his race Hor e
seized by the g lernmciit as a result
of the war—n horse with h was wo t.li
#.-,ii.oi) oud tlie owner wa compelled
Central power will be sorry for the
news that 1? brought.
.
And Hot Springs' patronage is in
creasing all the w hile, ju.'t to prove up
how pop tlar the resort is with every
body.
Hut married men have always been
lor the limit of debate that the svti
ate is so slow lo get in line with.
The scent of the liipior is about all
that lings around the jig the e prohi
day*.
Hill Stone is not wanted at the head
of the foreign relations committee, but
he wants the job, so there you are.
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Also there is a suggestion made
that people with gardens this spring
secure good healthy bulldogs to tie
therein for protection
{o sell that ina.rvelou;> steed fur the
rcgulatt lent price, $::o0.
I remember a famous jockey who
rode with me aro ml France and Kus
s'a. vvb.r was called to war. Ho was
Abx Carter and rode for Mr. Hennes
sey. Three weeks after Die laid en
Isted Carter was wounded tii a akir
mlsb with tlie Austrian* and died on
tile buttle field. 1 believe that the
thoroughbreds abroad have more
stamina and can go longer distance*
than the American bred horses. Hut
our horses can go faster,
I r. de for a number of Americans
abroad who owned large stables. I
ti de for It !■: e nr bee for three
vi’.ufi in France. I undors-tand that
this > -a cm Mr Jack Keen.. : - going
all road nml train Mr I.ee's bursts. In
It'll 1 trained a horse culled Badoic/,
which won*Uie grand prize In K me,
Italy. Baris. Fram e, Moscow, bus- a.
and Baden Baden, derm my.
'Mr. Shields said that .he vva - going
hack as 'soon as the war is over
In A me. lea Shields was a famous
wh’ning jofkin and rode fnr K. ,b
(biickyi Baldwin in the days wlhen
that man had one rf -he finest sltrdci
of thoro gli!>rcds in i! - country.
Air. s'hlelds ranked with -ir' fa
mous jockey.-, as Sn.i|>,’-r Harrison,
Isaac Murph}. drover Fuller. Tod
SI* ill oil’d others. He ah o trained a
horse culled AA'dlumi. A. l’itil.ert n.
named after the '(till of the fanm s
Pinkerton National Detective Ageu y.
Air Plllrldts was asked to cnnimire
the jockeys .f today with those of
the past.
die asked modest t he oxeui . fl
from making any compassions
Horsemen admit, however, tiuit the
jockeys of the past were far superior
to the present riders.
Hubert AlU.-on. millionaire 'oilman
fr m Tulsa, OKla , and prominent in
the turf word, arrived here.
STORAGE
When you want to store Household
goods, or crate, pack or gulp f urnitur*
call on
MURRAY TRANSFER CO.
We have cue omy tlreproor war*
house in the c ty. Warehouse eon
strueted with separate apartments foj
your furniture.
Telephone B2 or -Vi
Safely First!
BLANKE COFFEE
Best on Earth
We nre at your service day
and night for the best of every
thing. Home-luade Candies.
Cold Drinks, Fancy Califernirt
Fruits. Light Lunches vvjt'.i
Quick Service.
Blanke's Faust Coffee the Best
HOT SPRINGS
CONFECTIONERY
JIM & GEORGE
Telephone 291.
r Hotel * Bath House
OPEN SEASON IQI7
From JANUARY 13th to MAY 1st
European Plan Exclusively
/ Single. Double.
^ ^ ' ii \ 400 rooms with HOT AND COLD RUNNING WATER $1.00 TO $4.00 PER DAY. $2.00 TO $6.00 PER DAY
an TI " 22SS2 WITH PRIVATE TOILET . TO .600 PER OAV. .00 TO WJ PER DAV
CV-L Ail I 25 R00M; W1TH HOT SPfc.NGS MINERAL WATER BATHS 4.00 to (.60 PER DAY. 6.00 TO 12.00 PER DAY
..-PL ' " .. ' '
CAFE SERVICE FROM 7:00 A. M. TO 12 MIDNIGHT AT POPULAR PRICES.
CLUB BREAKFAST. TABLE D'HOTE? LUNCHEON, AND TABLE D'HOTE DINNERS
A. B-Gaines. Pres. Lyman L I lay, Gen. PA&v- W. E. Chester, M.^r.
__. dmvMt -v--■- v
Puts more “Life” in the motor, gets
from 25 to 40 per cent more mileage
from gasoline, prevents carbon, costs
only $1,50. Saves $& to $1(5 on gasoline
Used by United States government on
the border, Sold under a positive
guarantee by the manufacturers, the
Motor Life Company of Memphis.
Sold and guaranteed by
Phelps Auto Supply Co.
Phone 454 333 Market St.
Modern Dentistry
at Lowest Price
WHY PAY MORE
ELESEWHE RE?
ftot teeth, that fits. .. .$4-00 Up
Ki Mill .us any kind.50c Up j
Gold Crowns, ‘JJkt.
pure.$3.00 to $5.00 ^
Rriflcelwork. "2kl, pure.. .$t.00
Teeth. extracted .r,ac
EXAMINATION FREE
Dr. D. S. Barton, Dentist
Same Location 744 1-2 Central Avenue Here Years
Dietary Sanitarium
1100 MALVERN AVE. ONE BLOCK FROM CAR
Milk Diet Scientifically Administered with H^st Treatment. Large, Light,
Airy Looms, Homelike.
PHONE 1306 INSPECTION INVITED I
Dr A. W. Berrow
OSTEOPATH AND PHYSICIAN.
Sumpter-Little Bldg., 610 C.tntral Ave. j
Office hours, !) to 12 ami 2 to 0. Ap-1
pointmeiUs by ilav amt night.
Phones: Office 273, Residence 106.
James L.Graham
LAWYER.
Offlc* Otlxsns National Rsrtlr Rids
Roan* 74*.
to. B. MOONEY TRANSFER CU. ;
Have Just couip.etefl thesr olg con J
Crete warehouse, waicii la now open j
for bustnosa
WE STORE EVERYTHING
Office 3TB valley fet Phone 1/7«
8q Cured First-PayWhenCuie J
A safe and painless cur* for ASco
ao! and Drug Addictions. Strict prl
y and personal attention assured
»v a physician with years of *ip*rl
*»**. Aduraas Drawer Nr l*”
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"".*" ' ' ' M ” . I
C. N. Andenon
GENERAL BLACKSMITH SHOP
We do anything jn the tflael,smith and
woodwork tine, Automobile forgoing1'
<iml body work.
212 HAWTHORNE ST.
CHICHESTER S PILLS
yl . -.be** » ef in.*r v
f _JlAM:*NU I .{\Ntk Pf'U,A,fr«*%
P f+ntnomna* Brit. Saiwrt. Al»»j* RcliaM"
SOI D BY DRUfifilSlS fVtii'fWHJ Kt
4trkansa« National Bank
OF HOT SPRINGS, ARK
Merruer Federal Reserve Bank
Capital . *100,000.00
Surplus end Profits JHUI,000.00
CHAS. N. RIX, President
E. F. KLEIN, Vice-President
F. C. STEARNS, Vice. "
ROBERT NEILL, Cashier
S. P. COLLI NGS, Director
HENRY FF.LLHEIMEH,
Director.
A Roll of Honor Bank
Does a full banking business.
Cashes drafts and checks ror
visitors. Draw our own
dra'ts on all parts of Europe
{jell Travebvs’ Money Orders,
p*i)able in si fore.: n countries
and United Slates by banks,
hotels or merchants.
r i •«— mm*, - nan ismx Mmisi in* M ■ iisnaM
Prevent 1 .a (!i i>]>e by Inking Rexail
Grippe fills. Price R. G. Morris
lung Co. 2 "S tf.
SICK MAN
Don’t leave Hot Sin'in^s until
you investigat,
I.OI*EZ
No medicine has such rroofs
of its marvelous cures. He con
vinced.
t*'oud or rail for o»r free lvnok
lrt on Blood, Skin nod Private
LOPEZ REMEDY CO.
801 CENTRAL AVE.
New Moody Hotel
and Bath House
125 all outside rooms with running l ot and cold water—Private ex
cnange—Telephone service in every room.
Rates $2.50 to $5.00 Per Day
American P an
Bath House under supervision of United States Government—Water
direct from reservation.
PHONE 165 HARRY H. BELL, Manager
MRERIAL RORCfcLAIN TUBS fl-tCTRIt MASSAGE ON «•*
' “K*WV BBBFRVATION, "RIVAT* ORZSSINB RO«*f»
Hagnesia Rath House
«« CATS'* 41* 09 <INSi.««2N* ATTINHAN* r#K* ?
iWIN OOR* IN*TOM Mantftr
<o-*m ***' Byti’.aalHR* *»♦<*•# >n« B«t»«
THE HALE BATHS
ARE unexcelled anywhere on this continent
•'.ornpletely rebm^ under supervision of ( tilted States Governtneai
L.ntest and most san t«ry fixtures throughout, affording butber*
the super at w degree of benefit and comfort Sunny It tinging end
/Sitting rooms add to the piiasur* of guest*
11 Baths (Including attendant) .912.00
10 Baths, (Including attendant) .. „ „ . 6.00
Single Bath, (Including atte ndant) , , . ....
fin Actual fiealtb Tactory
Me Roberts
Bowling Alleys
£25 Valley Street
» Proper Place for
Lading and Gent!*m»s
Vo Indoor Game Kijtials
loH-lVior for Health. Kiercia*,
-♦creation.
SPECIAL RATES FOR LADIES’ AFTERNOON
The stidoiock Wardrobe
*
MADE ONLY BY
THE MENDEL-DRUCKER*COMPANY
Jl Revolution in Trunk
Construction
Ji Revelation in Travel
Convenience
Protected Inside Yale Lock
Mechanism
No Exposed Locks or Bolts
One turn of key com*
pletely unlocks trunk.
Close the trunk and
it locks automatically.
Dustproof Moulding
Makes Trunk Perfect Fitting
and Rigid
The Jtuto/ocic is the Sensation of the Season
JOHN C. BOHL
514 Central Avenue.

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