SENTINEL • RECORD
JOHN Q. HIGGINS li PUBLISHER
OrriCE OLD CITV HALL buildino
The Pintlncl-Ri'coj'il t« delivered by
cSrrler to eny port of tb* dly or actit by
mall t» any address.
ONE TEAR ...... _ *« on
Me months .___7. . s
TTIrKb MONTHS -_ _ ... 1.76
ONE MONTH .. . . _ _ .60
When Paid In Advance
Stubaorlbera falUne to aet their paper
flatiy will please retwirt same to the office.
Entered as second-class matter at the
r Oft draw Rt Hot Rptlntcs. Ark., under
Act of March S. 1K7S
1 TV I I -e-e.
IT COMES BACK,
» There has been an Increase in the
pay of ihe railroad men, aud there f-<
now correspondingly asked an In
tense of 16 per cent In tho freight
os which moans that every eon
■;*!i n the land will he sailed on to
5* the Increase In the railroad
► ion's pay. That is always the case.
Til® public at large, the consumer,
always the butt of every Increased
'i tnand from any source The rail
ids will show that the increased ex
•’►use. because of the. Increased sai
ns demands the Increase In freight
r.ViS. and the Increase will he gl
; cod, and verily the poor consumer,
be citizen at large, will pay the
.ir o ht
Whenever large taxes are assessed
th' public pays. The people at large
may fool thelbsrlves some time Into
the belief they are getting what U
coming to them thia way or that way.
hut they will usually find that the
buTden is shifted hack to popular
■boulders. The railroad men may
have been entitled to their demands
•—but the public will meet that de
mand, and not the railroads.
SEVERAL WEEKS VET.
Much pride Is taken in the fact tb.it
tiv ' ' .6\T oi the season" is not oh
% eerved as y\r because there are still
many more ^ople coming into Mol
Springs. The aalmy spring weather
that our visitors love so well Is about
to break for us now, after unsettled
ewather condition*, and ru ing, golf
•bseball and mountain climbing. and
all forms of outings, will he more
popular than ever before There are
yet several weeks of big business be
fore us to round out the biggest sea
son of season's business we huvr ever
known. An the summer will tak ■
care of itself.
Let us tarry awhile at the sign of
We never know how happy «<•
were until we aren't.
Candor is always a good thing, hut
there is no room for It In official war
Many a man is rich in experience
who can't raise the price of a meal.
Ny “Ms said that men who never drink,
amoke or stay out late at night live
to a ripe old age Perhaps that'.
Universal military training is a
greet national need, congress must
establish the pyirtem.
Blessings multiply. First the rail
road MTike Is called off and now
strawberries are cheaper.
In the face of centuries of ill treat
ment the Russian revolutionaries
were most gentle and considerate.
y Being virtually in a Mute of war,
this nation ou<bt to have an army
capable of defending it from invasion
Probably the first efTt-1 of Am 'rt
ca'» entry into the w;*r would be «
Stiffening of the enteiifo'e line ol
Kven Mr. Ttryun nould uot expect
a million meu trained and equipped
for duck shootlup to mobilize over
Those who have saved some da.'
light through wintor months find
their labor ha? been in vain, a? day
light Is continually becoming iu-iri
_4 A mere proclamation declurme t rut 1
spring is here is not very convincin'
without a mobilization of spritif
American nava 1 meu ate perhaps
concerned lest all the German sub
marines Shall be captured before th'
NOTE,? CN V
Did you ever ao into the Infield and
listen to a starter win n lie Is getting
the hor-.cs in pi);- 4 I on to get them off
to a good star’
'Wit, most of ns liive not. Wo
< ither watch tin ran from die grand
stand or the lawn nut to lx- along
s'tle of a starti r and hear tho con
versations lieiw.cn the jockeys and
the man who .nr.ii- the barrier is
interesting. Tin offi v of a starter
Is an imt'ortant oil". Horsemen de
pend entirely upon the larter to give
“if possible—the horses entered a
good start. Sometimes it is impos
sible to do tlii-i ep a • ount of horses
that perhaps never will he s booled
well ai the burr o\
The sight of a Imrriwr to many
thoroughbreds eau-e them to prance
about and become uncontrolable
When a horse becomes unmanageable
at the harrier. It takes a strong boy
out that is possessed of unusual
muscular strength to make his
mount act properly at tin ,t»ri of tin
race. There are many home-', no
matter how long they have been
schooled, that alway- "a; i tip ' when
111 a field. Take this same horse and
lead him up to the barrier, alone, and
'hu steed acts Just as docile as nil
old, well-broken horse. Lint In a field
tt < horse becomes sulky.
Pranks of horses at the barrier dif
fer. Some always bear In, others
want to break through the barrier,
and then there are a few that attempt
to dislodge their'mounts
1* Is very seldom that a field of
horses are all doolie.
Jn some eases horses have broken
through the barrier before the signal
to go was given, and ran away from
r« mile to three mile This sam
horse would finally be slopped and
sent away with the others and win.
Then in ninny eases horses have
h«en left flat-footed at the post and
under good piloting on the part of the
J< < key would come under the wire
The starter's job is a hard one.
Starter Unde, who Is sending away
the horses at Oaklawn, is considered
the foremost starter in the country.
The following is a line of conversa
tion that goes on at the barrier:
Starter Dade: "McTnggert, get
your boss in position; no, no. Watts;
that will never do. Say, Crump, if
you don't get that boss up to the
harrier I’ll suspend you.
Crump then tries with ail ills might
to obey the order.
Starter Dade: "Synder tone of the
assistant starterst, take hold of that
hoss of Dyke's and bring him up to
the rail. Steady, now, Imya. No, no.
this will never do: I've warned you
too often, Murphy."
At tills juncture nearly all of .the
horses In the field are out of posi
tion and Starter Dade drops the elec
tric bulb which he holds in his hand
and steps down from the starter's
stand. Then he talks to each of the
Jockeys and gives them final warning,
lie steps up to the starter's stand
The warning had its effect. The
field Is sent off to a perfect start.
Credit must also be given to the
success of Starter Dade's assistant
starters. They certainly earn their
In almost all the cases, the jockeys
are silent when reprimanded at tha
barrier. Hut at times a boy will talk
back to the starter, and hi- is either
fined or set down for a few days.
The life of a starter is not all rosey.
He is bound to make enemies.
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Americans tan reach the fishing
Robins and meadow larks arc doinf
their share to usher in the new soa
■II> not sticking Ills head up con pi
uously King George Is in small dang r
of having it bit with anything that
may be living
Grand I hike Nicholas is charged
alternately with being a liberal and
a reactionary, but all oncedc that he
Is a real soldier.
There is reason to think that tho
star spangled banner will continue to
ware over American ships going
about their lawful business on the
With the revolutionists finally suc
cessful, what will the drama of tho
world do for those darkly, deeply,
dangerously beautiful nihilist plotters
of the disturbing sex?
Germany's ruthless submarine wan
fare has not had the effect Germany
threatened, so tho world refuses to
rise to tho threat of what Hindeu
berg's "strategy of withdrawal" will
\fichuo! niMit have worn a crown
with considerable discrimination. He
had sense enough lo know that sit
ting on tho throne of a country in the
throes of revolution wj no task for
a careful man
If the Russian peasant had been in
his old fashioned condition of vodka
pickle would ho have been able to
think clearly enougn to put over his
ilittle revolution? I.wt the wets und
the drys argue It out.
Retail Grippe l’tli* will cute I.*
Grippe, price Hoc, R. G. Morris Mru';
II I I I — M»l ■ ' i ■ —
THE FLY HAS 'fZ
NO,GOOD TRAIT Jp
There* not * itaicto ward ta
ka aatd in tha flr'a farar Ha
ty duAir aad daarerou* ta tha taat **
gre*. Ha ta yanr natnral enemy aad yen
aw* M *# yeurealf. your h>»ad a*a* aad
ran? ewramaaity t* kill aa many aa cue
Sara d«wth awatta weary dy U gowt
kaaaa it yon nee
Fan tt Into the air.
File* amt inomr'itoea die
In. a few minutes. AJao
kill* anta, raaebea. dead
hedhuga, Hr*. Mr.. Harm
Iran to ho man t«-tui- amt
their pet*. Get the genu
ine I* the R*d 11a
25c and 50c
All Grwtra, Drop gift*
A Department Anew*.
THE MEDICINE WITH MERIT
PELLAGRA. RHEUMATISM 13LOOO,
LIVER AND KIDNEYS.
.\ gre.-it and wonderful discovery and
n bl« wing to Buffering humanity it In
la compound of NATl'HK'S remedies for
j out div a n s, and is the meateut iemed>
ti»r IVIlacra. IlhcumatHrn. Luntbaai
I Sciatha. Neuralgia. HvphUUs. K 'r- fula.
j Heroin a. Indigestion. Malaria and varlou.
! stcrouch troubba. It has helped thou*
'amis and is recommended bv physician
Anvone who is suffering from any of the*
or any Uh • ifh ■
ficm had blood owes it to himself to gltr
this remedy .1 trial. Write me for t«*sti*
t:v»t.i.ils from the hundreds of people It
hu.s oured. Sold by all «l»uggr-iH. or send
tl pO fur bottle prepaid mail, ^oo bot
tle guaranteed to benefit you or raonoi
I cl Utided.
L M. GROSS.
721 Sprint* St.. Little Rock, Ark.
Williams’Kidney and Liver Pill*
Hnve you overworked your nervous system
and rau4fd trouble with your kidneys and
liver? Have you pains In loins, side And
bock? Have you a flabby nppearance
of the far** and under the eyes? If so, use ,
WILLIAMS’ KIDNEY AND LIVER PILLS. f
Tx>t sole bj all druggist*. Price 50 cents.
1 WILLIAMS MFG. CO., Props.. Cleveland. Ohll
IStld by Central Drug Store, Hot Springs
RmCHESTER S PILLl?
THE i:*AMOM> HPA*T». y.
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t'lil-ftiM-tcrf lM»xi)n-<: Br*o i//\ i
IlMlla In W -f a«Ki Ukl «.** V
K»i«, inirii with [lu« . V/
Taka no nlhfr Him .m v
IN|«1*L A'VHI I(i.* i
i*n>«o»»n kraM» mi.ianp
you »as iwr. Safal. Always k«l. so!*
SOI D RV OPlf.fiKTS FVFWWtfW
ALL-STEE! TRAIN *
"* LITTLE ROCK f
KANSAS GITY |
Has Electric Lighted
Chicago and Kansas City. Qg
Parlor Car Memphla. ap
Rlognnt Dining Car K
r— Lit tie Itnck to Memphis. I
B!F*TON ST. 6TATION, g!
\V. M ANDEUSuI^HIHHH
I OPEN SEASON 1917
From JANUARY 13th to MAY 1st
European Plan Exclusively
~ ( Single. Double.
rr ^ 400 R00MS wlTH HOT AND COLD RUNNING WATER *1.00 TO *4.00 PER DAY. *2.00 TO *6.00 PER DAY
I TT < 7c nAnMc WITH PRIVATE TOILET . 2.50 TO *6.00 PER DAY. 4.00 TO 8.00 PER DAY
-A O'A AAA I 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.
Puts more “Life” in the motor, gets J
from 25 to 40 per cent more mileage 1
from gasoline, prevents carbon, costs
only $1.50. Saves $8 to $16 on gasoline
Used by United States government on
the border. Sold under a positive
guarantee by the manuacturers, the
Motor Life Csmpany of Memphis.
Sold and guaranteed by
Phelps Auto Supply Co.
Phone 454 333 Market St.
ALL KINDS Of CHINA, ULAaS AND uoEENanVAHt, TIN AND tNAM
ELWARE. HOTEL AND RESTAURANT DISHES AND UTENSILS A
Hot Springs Racket Store
214 CENTRAL AVENUE PHONE 1894
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Gold Crowns .$3.00 to $5.00 Qj
$\«ifl^V9RK 8ridge Work.$30°t015 00 S
nR'^ t'Sfefc*. Cold, Porcelain, Platinum or jg
-T X "flSfla Silver Fillings .50c up }g
^VMTIH Plates .$4.00 up g
3 Extraction, latest method.ouc
•'] WRITTEN GUARANTEE WITH ALL WORK.
j Dr. H. F. BUSCH
3 629 1 2 Central Avenue. Next to Arkansas Trust Co
3 Phone 326. Hours S a m. to 6 p.m.
lbs? SZSESESESESESESSSE S 25dSdS2.T25SSEtidSP SdSESE 5H5E5E5E5 E5'
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Club jj \ &
Light Four 4-Passenger Country Club
A CAR TH AT IS DIFFERENT
Whilt *1 is inexpensive nml economical, the Country i'lull is o
out or tin; ore] In ary in vharn o tev that in look in :»i ii you never
tliink o.i its price.
$750.00 F.O B. TOLEDO. $750.00 F.O.B. TOLEDO
I NEW CENTRA
M TELEPHONES ‘*0
Magnesia Bath House
*1 MATHS Mt9.ua (INCLHSINS ATTENMAHT rCQ>
IWIN r,ORR INOTON. Mini|tr
**-’* *'"1 sMdi. ^
I THE HALE BATHS 1
ARE UNEXCELLED ANYWHERE ON THIS CONTINENT I
Completely rebu:* under mipervdBiou 0f irnlted States 1
latest and most sanitary fixtures throughout affording iTm!*** I
«•«•«!. -I «&? t££%LJ£?s I
Sitting rooms add to the pl?asurj of guests. *“* ana I
21 Baths, (Inclt'dlng attendant) . _ ||
10 Baths, (Including attendant) . — S 11.06 I
Single Bath, (Including atte ndant) *"******“** ®»0® I
__ ' •*•>»•».«,. gg I
An Actual RealflTTacfory
>25 Valley Street
i Proper Place for
Ladle* and Gentian**
to Indoor Game Equals
iowiluR for Health, Exerei*A fy
lacraatlOB. aW ■ . «■ » l ri-TTi .,
SPECIAL RATES FOR LADIES’ AFTERNOON fc ,
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The J^irioloc/c Wardrobe
MADE ONLY BY
Jl Revolution in Trunk
Jf Revelation in Travel
Protected Inside Yale Lock
No Exposed Locks or Bolts
One turn of key com*
pletely unlocks trunk.
Close the trunk anil
it locks automatically.
Makes Trunk Perfect Fitting
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