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Hamp Williams Hardware Co. are manufacturing the best Home Canners on the make!. They
received 27 orders yesterday for the "Hamp Williams’ Canners’’ from eight states as follows: Texas, Oklahoma, Kansas, Mississippi, Georgia, North Carolina and Arkansas. Save and can your fruits and vegetables. HAMP WILLIAMS HARDWARE CO. % IPTXIMIIPS at $2.95 ON SALE AT KE MPNER'S TODAY Style as pictured, in patent and dull: New York heel' sizes ! 1-2 to 9, A to E— Today $2.95 KEMPNER’S THE SHOE STORE AHEAD. i B L A K E S Leading Jewelers INVITE YOU TO VISIT THEIR STORE AND INCPECT THEIR BEAUTIFUL DISPLAY OF ZDi^iivEoisriris _ ALSO NEWEST NOVELTI ES IN JEWELRY BLARES DIAMOND MOUNTING FINE WATCH REPAIRING I The ability to conduct a mod ern funeral In a fitting m in ner is an accomplishment ot' which we are justly proud. At. all times we drive to carry out the exact wisitcs of those who employ us. B. GROSS Assisted by Geo. H. Brenner. 112 Prospect Ave. Phone 29. l<aiiy Bmbalmer in Attendance. GOOD HEALTH. Is worth having ana keeping. When you make a pa.chase of some article that you expect to use often, you in vestigate different makes and person ally select the most modern and re liable. Why not. give just as careful att< n tior. to regaining and preserving your health? CHIROPRACTIC. the new science mat aids Natum, In adjusting the cause of disease should be personally investigated and nut judged by hearsay evidence. Visit us. Dr. I. A. Williams PHONE mi CHIROPRACTOR. Corner Central ana Court Street. Ore. NOTICE. I shall return home m a few weeks to begin an active and vigorous cam lwign for circuit judge. JAS. L. GRAHAM (Ailvt.) 11-22 t f KILBANE WILL HAVE ABOUT SIX POUNDS THE WORST OF THE WEIGHTS IN 10-ROUND BOUT, Now York, April SO.—Unusual in lores! is being shown by followers <>l boxing in the bout to be f light her tomorrow night between Fred dir Welsh, 1 gilt weight champion, mil Johnny Kilbane. nomer of the feather weight title The pugilists will meet for a bout of ten rounds. 1 nder the state laws jj0 official tie ciaion tail lie rendered by the referee, who wil be ( barley White, a veteran of many n ted i hampionshrp matches. I'huh man is considered one f the cleverest m his class. Kilbane is credited with being the harder hitter, hut there is little, it any. betting on a knockout. Welsh w 11 enter th ring at about i :.‘. pounds, which will g ve the light "eig.it eh,million an advantage of file or six pounds ou r his opponent. HARO WORK FOR WOMEN. It Is a question if women doing Wen's work deserve particular sym pathy. f t- It is d 1 itbtt'ul if there is any work that js harder than every day hoitsew rk. Overwork tells on the kidneys, and when the kidneys are affec ted one looks and feels o der than the actual year-. Mrs. A. (1 h’rlls. It It i. Rocky Mount, N C writes 'I cannot praise Foley Kid ney Pills enough for the wonderful benefit 1 have derived from their use tor a slt rt while." A. C. .leanings. —o Pa< Ha-he, dizziness, rheumatic pains, stitf or sort- joints and other symp toms yield to Foley Kidney Pills. A C. Jennings, druggist. We nave in operation a tirculatlng a r system throughout out plant, which prevents a Py from lighting. The r*a» teurtaed IV.tlk Co. 8-11-tf BOOK ON r Dog Diseases ANIl HOW TO FEED Mailed rrw* to any bv the author * M.CUtGLOVUl.V.S. « I l#l Hrst itlal lilrrrl New Yorb "ADVICE ORATIS” I — DON’T OVERLOOK THE CITY IN THE WHIRLWIND C«M PAGIN. The Farmer Can Help, but Also the Farmer Can Be Helped. Mr. Samuel teller of immorta l memory voiced the esteem in which the "advice gratis feller" is held—not. and our excellent preparedness com mittees must approach their task with the full realization that there is- even a bigger price for their labors in the | city than in the country, <r their work | will fall flat through ;■ psideedness. Tlie best results will <> me from team work, in both city and country. When you go to the farmer to tell him how lie -can aid the nation to safely tide over its coming time of stress, lie sure that you have a tie factory answer ready for hi* very natural quest!- n of ‘‘What the hell are you doing yourself?" True, you are sowing a few papers of radish, mustard or lettuce seed in the rose rows and even u considerable number are panting enough spuds to | run the family until they get cheaper, lint it is the purpose of this article t<> show you how you may get right d wn to brass tucks and d something like your approximate share of the work wo have before us The Sen tinel Record of Sunday morning put plainly before you the propositim that your ve-‘y existence is dependent upon the soil. In normal days Mr. City Dweller, you may have your apparent uses mi inb( rtnut. but seemingly necessary, because of our luxttri-ns j mode of life—but war is a reversion to the primitive, and n the language of the primitive you u-'e a louse whose j life Id od is produ ed bv (he muscles. I teeth and diges'ive apparatus of the I farmer, and t behooves you to render > him every aid in y ur power to per form his task. in the lust place, Mr. City Dweller, tlie farmer's greatest need is labor. Dow many useless servants have you , in semi diem s- about y ur home or place of business who sh uld lie forced out of the city, and how many more are the carelessly supervised cooks in ycu.' kitchens keeping in utter idle ness, al of whom should be -eui either to the farm or the trenches? Again, how many clerks, deliverymen or porters do the merchants t the city employ by reason ot your idly thoughtless method of buying house held necess tic-- Madame, or the cook, or whoever does y ur buying, ti es the phono at irregular intervals all morning, rdcriiig things she lias never seen at prices for which she - in case its the cook cares even less, causing the merchant to keep an ex tra clerk or two to answer tulephoue - ' imost gr cere maintain tv tele phones! and extra auto trucks and drivers, who frequently make 10 or JJ trips in a morning up each res drnce street when one trip vv uld car y the who e lead You pay par of this expense, it s true, but it is equally true that the farmer, whe shops once a week or once a ill'nth. and who barks his team up to the front door and haul- his purchases home, pays just as much ul it as y u. But wc arc not talking dollars and cents now we are miking about iv itig some of the sweat f our bodies io the service of our beloved nation Our boys will give tludr blood—cer tainly we can spare the perspiration tirandmo'bar thought there was nothing lit * e on her table unti -he had personally selec t'd it. Sh and the vu k went io market with a 1-usket, and when the result came home It was the best, as well us the Cheapest, her keen judgment could procure. Another way you can help the na tion. Mr. City Dweller, and th s parcel is intended for the old man, so hat mudanie wont have to do all the family's share there is abundant r om in the back yard for an J*xx movable l>ig pen and for the maintenance ' f a fami y iow. even if you have to sta e her In the garage and sell the flivver, i u don’t really need the latter any how . and l in le Sam may commandeer it. True, the cook may refu e io milk the cow. but what’s the matter wiili you or with that half-grown b y, who now is putting in his spare time seated vn his back gallery and speed ing the llvier up and down the road ways on interminable errands to no where? Our b ard of health can d< vise regulation* >■ hich will make back yards as similar,' with a porcine inhabitant as without. They are do ing It in I.omi n and Paris—why not in Hot Springs us we 1? When tiie Armour Packing Company sends out the warning to forego the use of meat two days in the week right now, what may you expect after a year t war?) Herman city dwellers are reaching I the point where money will not buy food. H tl. grant that we never do, but He alone can foresee our future condition, so let us, one and all, city and country alike, buckle to and do our d--dest and "angels can do no more," OBSERVER. MUSICAL TREAT THURSDAY NltiHT WORLD-NOTED TENOR TO SING AT AUDITORIUM THEATER FOK BENEFIT OF LMAklTY, It is> good news indeed that Hot Springs is to have the pleasure of hearing Mr. Orville Harrold in recital Thursday night, satisfactory arrange ments having been completed yester day by (Rev. C K. Hickok on behalf of the Associated Charities, under whose auspices the entertainment * to he given. It is anticipated that res‘ | denis and visitors wUl take advantage It; this opportunity to hear the noted j opera s tiger and that hit le Rock, Pine IliUlf and other nearby e‘t es wil send ■over delegations of music lovers. Much j interest ha- already been manifested in tuis city over the prospect of Tie I recital and it is thought that here will |btl a record-breaking audience Thurs day night. I Rev, H ckok made all necessary ar . rang.'incuts watt Manager Head <>! he A itori ,111 theater to give the roc it a’. I there so that Mr. Harrold would have , plenty of room to give range to Ids i voice and so that ti.c greatest seating capacity could be had. Tile fact that it is for me Irene, a of local charity and tiiai there is always .-o much need here s another reason for believing that ev< ry one who c an wi l lie glad to assist in making this entertainment a t ig financial > .ecess. Their attend ance will mean a double plea, urc— to hear the Hfi.ger ar.d. tea aid calirity. Char . has more demand- ou t in Hot Spi mgs titan almost any place in the wnoi.. world. Sick people want tin- baths and i' is a common tiling for them to s,>eud about all they no - se * to come here for the baths. They an on. n stranded Tnauciulty and be fore they become well are on the cltari'v of the town. They always hope for immediate circs ami a job to bt <r expenses. R ,t there arc not enough jobs to supply the demand and. besides, rick people ean not compete with the; an 'e-bod cd in turning off work Tiiis has ever been a great t rain on Tit: town. As a eon-i-tpiem <•. there has always been begging on th, city -tr. ets and at home-. It w.i Rev. ( li. Hi kok who led ill the solution of this perplexing problem ;or, soo.u alter he came to the city, lie organ ized the Associated Chat it h--. which has minimized hogging a- iiiucli a possible, a. through the officers o: 'h:s a. sociation. part.eilarly i trough .Mr- Van Dyke secretary. he- • cases ar<- investigated -Hid tiieo- needs al leviated, alien worthy, a,- much a - possible. Dr. \V T. U'ojion i» the r-rcHid mt I 'A. eying out Oi Die city nu ll today, it. »tt- deemed advisable that tie past president. Kev. illckok, a< l for the Ass0(.taxed <'hardies. Airs. David A. Crockett, society odi um ol’o th • Sentinel-Kecrd. lets been placed in charge of the ticket selling campaign and .-eh announces taut sin; ' U1 expect every woman*-' organiza tion in this < ty that she has ever as -ted to come o tie' front now to he p i r. And that mei.li - practically every woir.vjii's dull, missionary soeiey, tr.i ternal organization, school improve ment, association and church body m the dty. Site -ays they are to remem ber ’hey are doing it or charity and that the ll* 'il is very great now. She " II also trike it as a ptr oail lavor tied mark of their appreciation oi any thing she may iia>. e been able to do at any time for them in her as or The fir-t .dier came from Mrs. Walter D. Cain, ti prominent local m -debut, who assisted in sec ring Mr. Ilarrold's sen ce Thi Musical Art Club is especially expected to co-operate as patroness • , p tint- organization is particular y in t'-re-t"(i in music and a fairs rniihicil Si ciety people ire re quo ted to give fusieaii of pr vatef ipaiAt'C- tin their In no s this week, theater pur n*s at Ho Amiitoi'i m Thursday night, Ladies who will he patronesses o. the altair. or w.oo de de to -ell ticket*, on re 0 ties ted to make it known m .Alt’s. Cl’ockell by Uiephoue, COUNTY GETS THE PHODHGTS MESSAGE FARMERS HEAR FROM SPEAKERS THE NECESSITY OF RAISING EVERYTHING THEY CAN R^SE. Almost From Every Township There Are Reports That the Spirit of Patri otic Call Is Received Well and Will ' Be Responded To. (.larlaud county Sunday afternoon heard the message or the mu on rail ing fer a dull food er p, and the mrs sage was received favorably. The result -s expected to mean at least a 25 per cent increase in th food pr ducts of this county by t.ii time the harvesting season is over. If (larlaud county incrca-es her food product 25 per cent, and the oth.-r counties of the state d. likewise, th result will be very impor<atu to a nati it whose future is in a mtauui. impended. The speakers who iia i been tb b gated to go to the country a senib rd Sunday afternoon at Como Square, and at the appointed hour wi re euun try-bound. In aim st every insraii c the church or schoolhouse wnere the speaking had been announced wa ai ready filled with hearers when th-' speakers arrived, in every instance the crowds were much larger than expected. Practically every one of the speak ers rep rted the result of their nits s.ons, and the reports were good ones. The delegates felt that they had per formed a patriotic duty, and that the work w uhl certainly prove fruitful. | There were some instances where the farmers interrogated the speakers re atlve to the ni ssion of th se from tile city. Lint the questions were not cue antagonistic to the purpose of the niee.ing. hut rather a candid state ment of facts from the farmer’s point of view. The men fr rn the city were given to understand that, while the co operation in m the city was appre ciated, (there were timet- that this same spirit of merest might have been manifested Tire farmers in some instances appeared mure, than willing 'o a-.sist in this cam|Kiign, but they stated they would have to have Home Ji-ssi tsiur, either from tho banks or the men in the city, wh enable 1 hem to ;;e Inc necessary seed. At the l-'ourcheluke meeting those pre-en; participated in the ns u.-i u • hat followed the address ol Kev. \\ vlarneti Ale rn. when one of the fann er, sugge led that it was the proper time io go on record in a matter of this nature, and the following, be lioving the present campaign l be the right move for "food prepared ness," s.gned: K. Huiukins, D. IV C oper, \V. T. Itogers, Sari) Warren, itfmer .\lau gram, ■(;. M- Hignigh, lien Orut ns, .i. ii Hughes. 1 It Hemlerscn. J- r*uI Massy, W c Hailey, L. U, Ottncil .1 .1. Thomas, W. I,. Tistlal, L). W Weaver, ('ha ('. Co per, John IJ Cooper <’. 12. (teynods, ,J. U. Cooper ami Coyle Henderson. •Vt the els sc of lie) Alcorn's ad dress, when the meeting was thrown open for iTsenssi n, it was suggested by some of the local men that they signify their w illingnes- to e -operate by signing up. The above names are the results. County Sup1. David A. Crockett siated yesterday lie believed a great good had been accomplished by the meeting, and it is more than likely these consultations with the farmers will In maintained fr-m t.ino to time. WOMEN STEADY WORKERS. I used to be said that women could not be depended upon like men to work steadily, and, consequently, out: lit n. t to expect so much pay a:, nn n employed at slmi ar work While it would be b oilsh for any >ot;mr woman to stay at work when phy-icaliy unfit It s believed that mos; women now continue at their work us consbuith as men. Any woman «(i. j» unable to <b> so, should lake l.ydia L\ i’inkham^ Vesetable < ompoiiud. the id. rellaHe medicine for woman, and «et the aid she needs lo enable her to keep at wink CALL ISSUED TO FOOD CAMPAIGN SPEAKERS. Committees to Meet at Business Men's League Tonight. Chauman iltaviil Crockett issues call lo food campaign speakers and com iiintee- to meet tonight at 8 o'clock a' lit - !i siness IMen's I.eag'ie. Tim l»ui»li-• urged to attend and hear dit missions. WARNING ORDER In the Chancery Court of Garland County. Ark., T. ,1. O’NeiU plaintiff \ . William IS. Turner and Emma C. Turner. The defendants, William Jl. Turner and Krnuitt C. Turner are warned to nnpear in thi Court within thirty days and answer the complaint of of tho I*iain:iff. T. J. O'Neill. Witness my hand and the -“eel of said Court this 12 day of April, 1017. FRANK HOWLEs, Clerk On inary ouiterrruik has tho butter removed, our Bulgarian buttermilk contains all original tats Tne PasteurUed Milk Co. Blltl RIDING HABITS. For Rent or Sal* HOT SPRINGS RIDING HABIT CU 209 Cottage St. Phone 51] Is guaranteed for one bottle to bene fit any rase of J’eb ] lagra, lUiciimutlem, Scrofula. Syphilis, Ki zrma or anv blood, liver cr kidney dleca.se, or your dollar returned then. Why suffer or pay big bills, take expen sive trips or buy a remedy with no as surance, if not benefited, of getting >. our m oiey refunded? I have built tin’ ti.uie with a meritorious remedy and lair ded. Ing, u trial In all I ask you to gltc <; 8. Sold by druggists or sent lirepaid, price }] uv per bottle or S for 15.0V. Almnjs call *n your druggist for G. 8 before you order from me Write to mo for testimonials and mention this paper. L. M. GROSS 721 Spring Street LITTLE ROCK • ARK Graduation, Wedding and Anniversary Gifts Diamonds, Watches, (jobi .l.-w-ii >. SoRd SHve ware — I>r■ * i| attractively low. Von ore cordially invited to visit our fstabl shment, where you are alwav.- welcome wheth er you may or may not wi.vi o purchase. See Our ~ Expert Latest De signs in Watch ana Wedding In- h_ Jewelry Re vitations and HKANCH--302 CENTRAL AVE Announcements pa'ring. AUCTION SALE May 1st, 19(7 At 351 1-2 Malvern Avenue. COMMENCING AT 10 A. M. These Goods Consist of Dressers. Carpets. Commods, Rugs, ■Ward Robes. Hail Carpets. Extension Tables, Comforts. Library Tables. Curtains. Iron Beds. Dishes, Springs. Gas Ranges, Mattresses, Gas Heaters, Chairs. Cong Mirrors, Rockers, Refrigerators, and many other articles needed in a well furnished home. THIS SALE CONDUCTED BY Rolfes Auction House C. H. Rolfes, Auctioneer, * PHONE 970. Bath Outfits PAIR TOWELS .50 i ROBE .50 / Slipper* .50 \ CAKE SOAP .FREE , BATH MITTS .FREE COMPLETE . H.50 We Have Bath Outfits Any Price Desired. WE ARE SOLE AGENTS FOR HUYLER’S, MAiLLARD’S MARTHA WASHINGTON CANDIES I resh Shipments Daily THESE HAVE REPUTATIONS FOR PURITY AND SWEETNESS ?N S^” C'’*0163 VOU CAN ,"So THE” IN ANY SIZE PACKAGE YOU WANT FROM 5 CENTS UP TO THE SPOXNP BOX^ A TRIAL WILL CONVINCE YOU. The Finest Ice Cream in Arkansas We also dispense at our fountain, ice cream made FROM HUYLER’S FORMULA the same as made at Huyler’e Fifth Avenue sf-rc, New York Clt/. Lemly’s Drug Store PHONE 201 ESTABLISHED 1875 PHONE 201 ^Visitors Prescriptions a Specialty 3*4 Central Avenue, Mot Springs, Ark.