Serial Monitor Horizontal

Hi, I have a small problem here.
When I program the Arduino to send data to the serial monitor is does so in a horizontal matter. (see the picture), here is the code I’m using:

#include <Servo.h> 
int vals = 0;
Servo servox;
Servo servoy;
void setup() {
  servox.attach(2);
  servoy.attach(3);
  
      Serial.begin(9600);      
}

void loop() 
{
      if (Serial.available()) 
{
   vals = Serial.read();
   if(vals == 99)
   {
        servox.write(85);
        servoy.write(83);
       Serial.print("CENTER");
   }
   else
   { 
   }     
     if(vals == 119)
   {
 
        servox.write(4);
       Serial.print("UP");
   }
   else
  {
  }       
   if(vals == 115)
   {
        Serial.print("DOWN");
        servox.write(140);

   }
   else
   {
   }

      if(vals == 97)
   {
        Serial.print("LEFT");
        servoy.write(20);

   }
   else
   {
   }
           if(vals == 100)
   {
        Serial.print("RIGHT");
        servoy.write(160);

   }
   else
   {
   }
        
                             
}
}

This is what I get:

So how do I get the Arduino to send it line for line?
Thanks in Advance!

Serial.println

  if(vals == 'c')
   {
        servox.write(85);
        servoy.write(83);
       Serial.print("CENTER");
   }
   else
   {
   }    
     if(vals == 'w')
   {

is probably easier to read.

Dude your awesome.

Instead of using Serial.print("CENTER");

try using Serial.println("CENTER");

This will add a carrage return/line feed to the end of the string so it will go to a new line.