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SENTINEL-RECORD
JOHN G. HIGGINS i: PUBLISHER
OFFICE OLD CITY HALL BUILDING
PHONE 131
SUBSCRIPTION RATES
The Sentinel-Record 1* delivered by
carrier to any part of tb* city or sent by
mall (• any addles*.
ONE TEAR ......»6 nn
FIX MONTHS .. ___ 3 25
THREE MONTHS . _ 1 75
ONE MONTH ..... fin
When Paid in Advance
Hohucrlbera falling to net their paper
daiiy e-ili pirwis* teiairi ame to the off *■
Entered as eecoud-cln « matter at the
pottofflee nt Hot Sin Inks, Ark . under
Art of March 8. 187!<
DECLARATION OF WAR.
It seems almost certain now that
there will he an open declaration of
war as between the United States and
Germany. The breach lhal began
when the ministers of each countrv
were withdrawn from the other, has
widened all the time. The "ruthless
submarine" has kept sticking Its pro
jectile in the situation until now there
Is apparently no hope for the situa
tion
Congress is expected to vote a war
appropriation, and to clothe the pros!
dent with full authority. There is no
doubt but that will be done It ought
o be done The kaiser does not have
to sto before any tribunal 10 ask for
authority to aggressively fight the
United Stales. Me issues an order
That order is law. The kaiser is pro
pared, because for ages u preparation
has been going on
The United States are united in
sentiment, in loyalty, und in every
thing that goes to make a compact
government. There are traitors with
in our ranks, tint after the deelara
tion of war comes they will tie weeded
out with haute. The war will ho one
In which we will not have a very
conspicuous part, but the part that
Uncle Sam plays in it will be felt.
SPLENDID ROAD WORK.
“riling to authorized report from
Holier^ li. Klee, of Varner, one of the
rnminlwioners. the longest improve
merit rotd district highway ever con
Mfueled (in this country will tie in
course ot construction -oon. II will
begin at Grady, in Jefferson county,
and will etxend through Lincoln comi
ty and on down through Lake Village
and into Louisiana. This highway is
not a vision, but it is a fact soon to
lie felt. The district has been author
ized, the commissioners named, anil
itae.v will have lot the contract for the
improvement within a very short
time. That mean- much to Hot
Springs, because we get a lot of
Southeast Arkansas and a lot of Lou
isiana patronage here in the summer
period. Every mile of good road in
the state is helpful to us. Our com
missioners will soon lie busy ou the
perfection of the Little Hock-Hot
Springs highway, and wc have it front
authority that Pulaski county is go
Ing to fix up the four miles of bad
highway between Little Hock and Pin.'
llluf, ali of which is guarantee to it
of a'li increased patronage all sum
nter lohg.
__________________
Former President Taft says there
are worse things than war. and China
is exhibit A in this line.
Well, the selection of the eon 'tit u
tional convention candidates is going
merrily and unmerrily on
In the meanwhile, we might suggest
that Hot Springs and her interests
should come first from those who
receive favors.
The arbitrary spirit never got any
where as measured by reason and
common sense
People In Hot Springs want racing
for the business it produces and they
are going to have it us per schedule
if it Is within the power of business
men business-bound.
Yes, the weather man has been
staggering lately, but then also March
is about to go our for the count.
And in the meanwhile the publicity
that Hot Springs is getting is worth
many times (he labor spent.
Fortunately for the Romanoff fami
ly, they have enough money laid by
to purchase groceries and other nee
canary supplies.
You can't tell which way a train
has gone by its track.
Europe's war was the result of (lit
attempt to fasten the rule of fore*
A one ring clrcuj came to Oswego,
N. Y , two summers ago The u .ual
"stupendous free parade," was sched
tiled to pass down main street with
tls (downs, "wild beasts from Africa
and India,' and a coterie of horsemen
from all nations Among the mounted
persons in the parade was a former
jockey, with a prancing trick horse. :
No one in the motley crowd which
stood on the curbstone appeared to
like the young man dressed up in silks
and Mark boots. Hut there was one
youngster that was thrilled at the
appearance of the spirited horse. This
boy was Lawrence Lyke. Lyke told
his mother that he wanted to see the
paarde and with iter permission l.aw
retire with bulging eyes, scrutiriixed
everybody in the parade. But magnet
like. the s-bool boy was not interest
ed in “the ferocious man eating lion"
or the herd of elephants Lawrences
main attraction wus the jockey. He
j followed the gnyly decorated horse
hack to >lie circus lot.
That night Lawrence went to the
circus with his mother
The performance ended with char
lot. pony and hot— e ra< es. There wen
four horses in the half mile race. It
was tins event which appeared to lie’
soul-inspiring to the hoy. Visions of
becoming a jockey some day loomed
before Lawrence. His mother always
discouraged Lawrence about aspiring
to become a pilot of race horses. But
Lawrence dreamed about it and one
day—hoy like he ran away from
home.
He left this note in his bedroom:
"Hear Mother: I am going to tie
come a jockey and send home lots
of money."
Mrs. Lyke was distracted. She in
quired of her friends and neighbors
if anyone had seen Larry." No one
had. Lawrence hud not written his
mother for some time.
One day she received a letter post
marked Montreal, it was from tier
hoy. In the missive he told that tie
had become an exerc1-e boy in the
stable of H Neusteter.
After a few days, Mr. Neusteter
learned from the hoy that he was a
runaway. The horseman -aw great
prnspe.fs in the hoy. "If your mother
is satisfied for you to he in my care,
I think I can make a wonderful jockey
out of you." said Mr. Neusteter t)
the lad.
laiwrence began to cry. Hi- feared
that, his mother would not permit him
to remain with the stable. The hor
man the next day took Ignvrence with
him back to his home in Owcgo.
After a long conference wiih Mrs.
l.yke, the mother consented to haw.*
the hoy learn to become a jockey.
That's how Lawrence forc'd his
way to the front. And today he is con
sidered one of the coming Jockeys of
itic country. He is only 17 years old,
well mannered and during his spare
time reads good books.
'He does not parade down the tcei i
with a large black cigar in his month
and an angle of 47) degrees.
Jockey l.yke broke his maiden as
a jockey in Hot Springs, last year
when he piloted to victory King Had
ford.
At ltolmont Park he was the leading
jockey and this season he promises
to lie a top noteher. His mounts at"
in great demand.
Jockey l.yke is hone-d lie is easi
ly affected whenever any reflection
is made regarding his riding.
A few days ago Presiding Judge
Francis Nelson called Jockey l.yke
into the stand and questioned him re
garding a ride he had put up on a
certain horse. Judge Nelson hinted
that the hoy “perhaps did not do h
best.” This stigma caused large tears
to well into the boy’s eyes.
“Judge, I always try mv very best
and always intend to do so," respond
ed the boy.
The racing official informed the
jockey that he would make an investi
gation. This cloud which was pend
ing over him until he was vindicated,
almolt broke Lyke’s heart. He ran
to Mr. Neusteter and informed the
man to whom he is contracted what
had happened. Mr. Neusteter went to
the judge and informed him that l.yke
was and always will he an honest
jockey.
Investigations made by Judge Nel
son among horsemen and turfmen,
convinced hint that Jockey l.yke was
doing his best on all mounts, and
therefore did not suspend the boy.
Jockey l.yke has a wonderful fit
ture before him. He is in good riding
form and perhaps he will some tine
thank the day that the one-ring circus
came to Owego.
upon the world. Here i- a lesson for
all In the surpassing beauty of reason
and reasonableness.
In the Southern states the govern
tnent reports an Increased acreage in
early potatoes of IT per cent. Thus j
we live and learn.
Don’t think too much of your own
methods Other people may he right
about them
When a man shows a Christian
spirit in an argument things are com
ing his way.
iv>n't think because a word to the
vise Is sufficient that people will be
eager to speak to you.
Courage is responsible for fewer at
tempts at performing dangerous feats
than lack of common sense.
TOWER’S FISH BRAND
Pommel Slicker
Keeps out all the
wet. Big enough..
to protect all vX i
your saddle,
leather, too.
'tOWEii.y
\
This mark guar
antees satisfaction
With Buttons
Olive khaki, black or
yellow. |
With Buckles *" “
Olive khaki .......
1 $4.501
DEALERS EVERYWHERE > |
A. J. TOWER CO., BOSTON |
Be Cured First-PayWhenCuied
A safe and painless cure for Atoo
hoi and Drug Addictions. Btrlct prl
' 7 and personal attention assurer
07 a physician with years of experl
An dree* T)r»*»r N* tit
C. N. Anderson
GENERAL BLACKSMITH SHOP
212 HAWTHORNE ST.
We do anything in the nlaoksmith and
woodwork line. Automobile forgeings
end body work.
Expert KODAK finishing Sorrelltt
'Drug Co. tf.
EXPERT REPAIRING
WATCHES, CLOCKS
and JEWELRY
l.ei our skilled workmen
repair your jewelry or re
model it aec'ordius to
newest designs. Prices
surprisingly low. A 1
work guaranteed.
JACCARDS
•'502 CENTRAL AVE.
Williams’ Kidney aud Liver Pills
Have you overworked your nervous system
and caused trouble with your kidneys aud
liver? Have you paiu.s lu loins, side and
back? Have you a flabby appearance
of the face and under the eyes. If ho, use
WILLIAMS’ KIDNEY AND LIVER PILLS.
For sale by all druggiwta. Price 50 cents.
WILLIAMS MFG. CO., Props., Cleveland, Ohit
btld by Central Druq Store, Hot Spring*
SICK MAN
Don't leave Hot Spriugrt until
you investigat,
I LOPEZ
No medicine has such proofs
of Its marvelous cures. Be con
vinced.
Send or call for our free book
let on Blood, Skin and Private
diseases.
; LOPEZ REMEDY CO.
801 CENTRAL AVE.
Safely First!
BLANKE COFFEE
Best on Earth
We are at your service day
and night for the best of every
thing. Home made Candies,
Cold Drinks, Fancy California
Fruits. J.isht Lunches with
Qitiek Service.
Bianke's Faust Coffee the Best
NOT SPRINGS
CONFECTIONERY
JIM A GEORGE
Telephone 291.
Eastman Hotels Bath House
OPEN SEASON 1917
From JANUARY 13th to MAY 1st
European Plan Exclusively
* r r i Sinsle. Double.
I 4-4- 1400 ROOMS WITH HOT AND COLD RUNNING WATER $1.00 TO" $4.00 PER DAY. $2.00 TO $6.00 PER DAY
I II TT \ 75 ROOMS WITH PRIVATE TOILET . 2.50 TO $6.00 PER DAY. 4.00 TO 800 PER DAY
U-A -V. X. J- J 25 R00MS W)TH HOT SPRINGS MINERAL WATER BATHS 4.00 to 7.50 PER DAY. 6.00 TO 12.00 PER DAY
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 T. Hay, Gen. Mgr. W. E. Chester, Mgr.
BOXING
CONTEST
AUDITORIUM
FRIDAY NIGHT
MARCH, 23rd
Return Match Between
Nate Jackson
Pride of Oklahoma, vs.
Eddie Coulon
Idol of New Orleans Fans,
10 rounds to a decision. Good 6-round
semi-windup, 4-round preliminary and
grand battle royal.
Advance sale of seats at Schneck’s
Drug Store.
Admission $3.00. $2.00. $1 50. $1.00. 50c.
Positively a first-class show
Ladies welcome.
VAPOR CITY A. C.
Dietary Sanitarium
1100 MALVERN AVE. ONE BLOCK FROM CAR
| Milk Diet Scientifically Administered with West. Treatment. Large, Light,
Airy Rooms, Homelike.
I PHONE 1306 INSPECTION INVITED
l
Gold Crowns .$3.00 to $5.00
Bridge Work .$3.00 to $5.00
Gold, Porcelain, Platinum or
Silver Fillings .50c up
Plates .$4.00 up
Extraction, latest method.50c
WRITTEN GUARANTEE WITH Al-L WORK.
Dr. H. F. BUSCH
dentist
629 1 2 Central Avenue Next to Arkansas Trust Co
Phone 326. Hours 8 a.m. to 6 p.m.
Country Club
4 *«.* -.et^er
OOerland
Light Four 4-Passeuger Country Club
A CAR THAT IS DIFFERENT
While it is inexpensive and economical, the Country P!ul> is so
out of the ordinary in character that in looking at it you never
think of its price,
$750.00 F.O.B. TOLEDO. $75000 F.O B. TOLEDO
NEW CENTRAL GARAGE
TELEPHONES 90 AND 91. 237 CENTRAL AVE.
New Moody Hotel
and Bath House
125 all outside rooms with running hot and cold water—Private ex
#
change—Telephone service in every room.
Rates $2.50 to $5.00 Per Day
American Plan
Bath House under supervision of United States Government—Water
direct from reservation. ^
PHONE 165 HARRY H. BELL, Manager
IMPERIAL PORCELAIN TUBS, ELECTRIC MASSAGE. ON BMW
RKHKHNr RESERVATION, PRIVATE DRESSING KQ«M«i
Magnesia Bath House
»f BATHE m«.CMI (INBUflllNB ATTENDANT PK«)f
•WEN liORR INCITON, Manafaf,
BQaat* MmI, Byvmnin*. Naadla an* Sftawai! BafStS,
THE HALE BATHS
. ARE UNEXCELLED ANYWHERE ON THIS CONTINENT
Completely rebui^ under supervision of United States Governmeat
Latest and most sanitary fixtures throughout, affording bather*
the superlative degree of benefit and comfort. Sunny 1< tingles inf
sitting rooms add to the pleasura of guests.
21 Baths, (Including attendant) .. . . 812.0A
10 Baths, (Including attendant) .. 8*00
Single Bath, (Including attendant) .. .•(,
An Actual health Tactory
Me Roberts
Bowling Alleys
225 Valley Street
4. Proper Place for
Lari it-* and Gentle***
So Indoor Game Equal*
Howling for Health, Exerelatg
tacreatlon.
fci. SPECIAL BATES FOR LADIES' AFTERNOON £ r,—
The J'tutotock Wardrobe
MADE ONLY BY
j THE MENDEL-DRUCKER*COMPANY
Ji 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 j{uto/oc/c is the Sensation of the Season
JOHN C. BOHL
514 Central Avenue.

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