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an hour Last year, more than forty-five million dollars were transferred by Western Union Telegraph with Safety, Speed and i Economy. WESTERN UNION Fast Telegrams—Day loiters—Night Letterj —Money Transferred by Wire—Cablegrams THE WESTERN UNION TELEGRAPH CO. Arlington Studio HAPPY HOL-LOW FREE ZOO. Donkeys, Bull Cart, Pony Wagons |j Furnished Free for J COMIC PICTURE PHOTO* 8. A. MAXWBLL, Prop. CHICHESTER S PILLS f II E L ! V M o N DRRA N ». X i , j l>n*SfSC Aik f'i ( t 1*1 ATrto > f> BR AND IMLI.R, far I* yemkr.ovoaiBtdt. S*f«*t. Alwayt Re’.!*K« ! , Sfll D BY DRIlfiftlSlS FVFRYWKFBf Williams* Kidney and liver PiDj Bare von overworked your nervnuR system and caused trouble with your kidney* and liver? Have you pains iu loin*, side and back? Have you a flabby appearance of the face and under the eye*? If so, use WILLIAMS’ KIDNEY AND LIVER PILLS. Wot sole by All drugglets. Price 50 emu. WILLIAMS MFC. CO., Props., Cleveland, Ohk 8cld by Central Drug Store, Hot Spring* Anc. 1 Going Up! I Definite notice has been received that all Rubber Goods will ma terially advance in price at an early date. Get Yours Now COMPLETE LINE OF Fisk, Federal, Goodyear Cord I Automobile Cas ings and Tubes Central Garage Phones 90 and 91—237 Central ! Avenue—Open Always. “SERVICE FOR YOU." ANTI-TRUST SUITS TO BE RE-ARGUED COURT OFFICIALS ANNOUNCE IT WILL PROBABLY BE A YEAR BEFORE DECISIONS ARE RENDERED. -Washington. May 21. -Anti-trust suits against the t'nltlBd Staes Steel Corporation, tlie International Harves ter Company and three other big cor porations were ordered re-argued to day by the supreme court. As the court will adjourn for the term on dune 11, court, officials said, it would prolwbly be a year t*efore decision were rendered. The announcement made by Cruel Justice White apparently ibear oik- re ports current recently that opinions in the big anti-trust suits would not b« handed down at least until the country ould rc ad just itself, to war time con ditions. The other cu-es t.o be reargued ar* these against tile United tslioe .Mariliiu cry Company and the 1-ehigib Valle; and tile Reading rad road and uffil'ui od eottl companies', the so-called “an thracite coal 'rust.“ 1 ho ngnt. o. stales lo enact taws at feeling the general end federal marl time laws us passed by congress wat denied by the supreme court, in hi opinion holding that the New Yort workmen's compensation law, recent!) declared constitutional, does not epph to workmen injured wh e employed or New York navigable water.' The court abo declared uiiconstUu tional ho New Jersey workmen's eom pensatlon ktw of 1911, which was n non-eouiitulsory statute. The court adjourned until June t when dcebdons will again be rend ered, and final adjournment for tili< term taken one week later -o DR. WALKER* Dr. lMCosta Walker announce* that ue ha* removed bis offices to a front suite, second floor In the Kempner bub ding Elevator service. 4-lb-tl Drtnx buigarian sutturrniik fof breakfast. *-11-tt Docs your milk have sediment In the bottom? THAT'S DIRT. Try Humpn rey’s Dairy, where cleanliness anc quality are first. Telephone 9507-F-S SCHOOL TEACHERS NAMED BY BOARD j ROSTER OF THOSE WHO WILL BE j IN CHARGE OF SCHOOLS FOR COMING SCHOOL YEAR. Many Re-elections. flut the Board De fer* the Matter of Filling Vacancies' Until Another Meeting. The school Inward at a m< cling last night elected a number of touchers for the coming year in the schools, but did not. take up the matter of filling the vacancies that existed, leaving tm tor a .'iiilistKjuen meeting. Tlhe follow ing announcement was reported by Secretary flench- Marsh last night: Supervisor of primary work, Miss Kdith Holland. Supervisor of music, Miss Olive Faulkner. Supervisor of art «unl draw ng. Miss Myriam Mark High Schoo;—M. W. O Vance, prin cipal; Miss (Mary Rudolph, Franc k Hmlth. Mable (Heard. Mrs. Ida O'Mruen. Miss Helen Dixon. Trilla Reid. Fannie Davies, EmmafHart. Ann Morris. W. H I Hart on, Margaret Franklin, 'Mary C on-1 tut. J B. Johns. W 1 Mayfield, Bonnie J>emly. .Mrs. .Mable Dick, Effie Bulllvau. Alia. .\UOee, J. I* SiKVwliill, Mable Pot ter. I'raf'on Patton. Central School—Garnet. Broughton, principal; Kate Milan, Brookie Ixtyd, LflHe Newman, Mrs Kba O'Neal, Mrs. Lucille Greer. Jones School—'Mrs. Gladys Lyon, Mamie Henderson. Georgie Evan\ Mr-. J. H. ftigsbee, Kram is Williams, Mrs. Lucy .Marks. May Jones, Mr*. Florence Lew s. AtUe Orr, La iMcCau iey, Madge Turner. Rambl-e School —iMra. Ixdia M. Conti, principal; May McDonald, Mollie Hoi lings bead, .luamta ltarues, .Mrs. Anna Nfvtry, Fletcher Gunning. Pauline Nob* f bin, Mary Jordon, i Oak-awn School—Mrs. M. G Tlxtnip j son, principal; Bessie -.MetvU" , Clara jtVingfield, Mildred Howe, Mrs. Hous* | ton Emory. I Garland Scliool—J. TL Chitwood, principal; Ida Jordon. Daniel School—-O. U Henderson, principal. Lillian Sullivan, teacher. The teachers have been requested to call on Secretary Marsh of the achoo hoard, where their contracts will ho jawai mg signature. 1 -o 'OKLAHOMA OFFICIAL CHARGED WITH GRAND LARCENY Oklahoma City. Ok., May 21.—Claude Ray, a bookkeeper in the -a es depart mvnt of the state land conmnisslon was arrested late today on a charge of grand larceny, attested to by Fred Parkinson, state inspector and examin er. The arrest wet in connection With the alleged Issuance of a JI.ink) ohecK on the Binds of the commission. ■ WOMEN DOING MEN'S WORK, One of the uKst striking results of the great war in Europe 1s the extent to which women are doing the work of men. Travelers to England and France report that practically every able-bodied man is n uniform and women by the thousands arc engaged in doing men's work -attfng ai con ductors and drivers on the cars ami doing all s< rts of heavy wu-k besides. This shows unexpected possibilities in what hac been mibtakeniy called the weaker sex. Women are subject to al meals which men do not hare, and when so a!! ng become wrak. I helpless sufferers. But .1 remed; let j been found For forty y.ir'- l.ydln j K Pinkham's Vegetable Compound has tieen making such women wnl! and strong, aud a*- able to d > work as any other woman. UJe Are Prepared to Print Anything From Card to Catalog — Che- ■— Sentinel Record .lob Department tetter Deads. Dote Deads, Hill Deads. Statements, Envelopes, Cards, Etc. pKSHS2S2S252S25252S2SZS2525ZsasBS252S2SZS3SKS52S2S252S25^gsZSasa5HS-^^K2Sa5a^i?JJHS2SZSZSHS^S?-t3'J a The Latest Erected on the U. S. Reservation. Strictly Fire a Proof and Sanitary. ... ISUPERI R BATH HOUSE! 1 Tile Floors, Maible Partitions, Hot water Direct to the bath tubs with- jj I out coming in contact with the air being cooled in radiator under a fan jj ;j thereby retaining the gases 5 1 Air in Bath and Cooling Rooms Changed Every Ten Minutes, jj 1 The Public Cordially Invited to Make Inspection. W. W. PRESTON, Manager § ■es2S2S3SaB5?SE5ZK!SESZSZS252S2S2S?_S2n5ZS2SZSZS1.SZSE52S£SE5ZS252SESI!DSKZSH52525H252SZSt5a5?S2Si!Sc52SHS2525HS2SZ52SHSZ52!>.i5ZSi!SaSilS2S2SlSfci. PART OF HINDENBURG LINE IS MISSING FOR 3,000 YARDS THE BRITISH AR TILLERY WIPES THE LINE COMPLETELY OUT. (From a Staff Correspondent of t'hc Associated Press.) Itriti-h Headquarters in France. Ma; 21, via London, 0:40 p. m—«4o coni ptetely did the Uru-4h ar llcry do t work before the attack between 1 ro. allies and fiulleco »rt tliat ii.Obv >nr : of the 'Hindenburg line are to .' tni'ssing. This segment of the i.-im defenses wa11 completely wiped" ■ Airplane photographs taken Ma how beaut Till v symmetri. al / i-i.-.z but Tie latest pictures taken con a u uo trace of trenches. The support line also w*» ’ad’ "strafed." some yards of t now being in British 'hands, leaving the Germans holding the remaining - yards. The Hindenburg front line • tween tile sou h end of thy < a ' ired trenches and Bullecourt is in dir« danger a t !s flanked on bo'h ides by the British. Tlie engagement was really made up of tw ’ attacks, one in lie eer'v morn ing, w nen 7o pruoners were taken, and the second in the afternoon, the t».» netting some 130 prisoners for * lie* day's work ill this sector Tho Ger man artillery's respoti e wae very teeble and th< counter barrage daring the attack. wa.- partlou eily WA;, The prio tiers showed by word an a Cction that they were ttlioroughlv r<d of war. They had been in the line J1 Jays and contaatv under British shell fire. All sa«d t.U«;y had never seen an.tilling like the artillery lire. Al though) Uiej were concreted. a,l that remains of the captured port.on* of the Hiudonh'trg line are <eui«nt and con crei« machine vun emplacements. underground corridor parallels the support tret Kill H3 feet below the sur face. Several isolated po-ts still stand ‘be ween the scene of the latest 8ina> h and the Queant-Drocourt line. These include the villages of iRemoourt and Hendecourt and other strong points in w hich the Ormans arc capable of put ting up strong resistance. -O MISSISSIPPI MOB TAKES MEMPHIS NEGRO Memphis, Tenn . May .‘1.—A te r plKme message from f’ott.sville, Miss, si !> o'clock. tonight stated that a m«>b of n vcral hundred men had lakei^ I I ; Persons, a negro accused of the murder of Antoinette dtappal, a school iri. from deputies who were return ing Persons l> m Nashville, where he bad been taken for safekeeping, to Memphis for trial, and were en route t<> this city in automobiles with tho nfvro Pottsvllle is about. 30 mills' from Memphis At 10 o'clock the police end sheriff's office here stated that they wore wkhout confirmation « f the re port that the mob had taken posses i >li of the ncxrn Police reserves and the slier ff s force, however are being held in readiness for eventuali ties. MONEY FOR FARM LOANS. At la i we have perfected arrange ments whvrebv we can take * ire of a!! inrm loans tha we i an get in amounts ‘‘••tween $20m.oo and f.',n<Hl.0O on seven ttrs' <inn If any farmer desiring a ran w-ll .-end u-- legal description of its and and amount desired we wi! end him an application to :til out. and when till s done aud abstract up proved ‘ho mapcc or will pa-s on loan rt onee There never »»- a time -viien the nriner n• •• • -.1 this erviee as badly a iow, and we are. fortunate in being r>lc to .'mid' tlii- demand WOOTEN A RECTOR. 123 Central Ave. Phone 1308 a 22-1 w SPECIALS—Tutti-frutti and maple s.e cream. The Pasteurized Milk Co. I 22 If. —r-O-— Logan Kerry Ire Cream The Pas MTized Milk Co. 4 1 tf A fir f lh»* u i l”i » i F ti*< t I’niminm, i»on-r«*4«*.i»4>»i# *t>4 will not •trictur* in I to $ MH.ll Ml IMH Panel Fa«| if 4«»r.«*4 l’rt« * #1. »<r !\ 7 rM8 BVAN# Ctie.di^AL cl.. CINCINNATI. O. FRENCH INFANTRY I WIN BRILLIANT ATTACK TAKE TWO HILLS FROM GER MANS. 786 AND 754 FEET HIGH. IN FACE OF MACHINE GUN FIRE. (From a Staff Correspondent uf tin Ass> ciateil Press i W.th the French Armies on tin STeu h Front, May til.—While the were /browing masses of j men .vaa list the French p* sitions j along the Chemiu Doe ll-ames only to - Ter defeat with terrific losses, the --Tench a-- night effe ted an attack a the Mor nvtllers section and d/ov. t.te Germans frum some other s 10ti - [ sit. «ns, The French puns were brilliantly con* eived and executed with uf a hi;* h Their objective was niot daft ult. a hai > range filled with deep caverns afforded shelter t hundred> of men and machine gun . hut th* French sfuatry -tortn-d he he. -hi- f i t-|ae ...1 Teton. r*-pt tively 7»t, and 7 *4 U e- n he ah;, and carried them w. n a ru.-.; while other columns captured treiche- lining the n rthern s.op.-s of Mount Farnlllet. The resul of 'ht*-* operation- g.ves the French a * omrnandiug view on their left. The value placed on the P ssesaion of these hill- is shown I*, the vio cnee of German countei it tacks, in the course of the early morn ing, wh ch eviuy.s iere Prole down They left more than eight hundred prisoners in the hands of the French, while hundred* of bodies of Germans strew the ground and lie hi -be cavernous shelters. BAPTIST CONVENTION WINDS UP ITS WORK SELECT COMMITTEE TO URGE NATION-WIDE PROHIBITION BEFORE CONGRESS. New Orleans, .May ji The ml7 convention of the Southern Baptist ehup hes which began here Iasi Wed nesday finally ade urned today, and after a ‘Va nless flag" mass meeting tonight arranged, by the local < m I mittee, virtually al the delegates ib parted for their homes Speakers at . the ma>. nuse;itia. who delivered ,nl |dresaes on patriotism and proh ''it n, included Rev. Dr* A. .1 Barton, Dal las; W. 1). Upshaw, Whahington, and .1 D Crane tSreenville, S C Official figures showed the conven tion Just cloned woe .the third largn : in point of attendance in the history rf the den mination Among th< im portant actions taken dur nv the i\ [day session were: Settlement <;f the long-standing controversy over con solidation of church boards by elect :tig an executive committee to act for the con vent .on between si^ahns, t'ok first steps toward estab ishijig a ithern Baptist ministerial relict fund of $4,fW0,0<>0; declared for ab solute nation wide proliib tion during the war. and selected a committee to urge it before congress; pledged aid of the members of the denominat on to the president and e> vernment in me war appointed a. commission c determine the question of the legality of the incorporation of the convention and its affiliated boards; started a movement for instituting a new sy s t* in of f nances for ihe o nventi n and is ards and uet iileii to establish in New Orleans a training school for home and foreinn missionaries WARNING ORDER - Tn the Chancery Court or (lailund County, Ara . T J. O’Ne I plaintiff \ William II Turner and Bin mu C. Turner The defendants, William II. Turner und Biuiue Turner are warned to Bppear in lhh Court within thirty day0 and answer the complaint o. of the Plaintiff. T. T O'Net 1. Witness my hand and the <’«l of saul Court this mu of VprY 1 !♦ 1T. PRANK ROW 1.1 IS, y*lerk -o- ! If your milk and cream ia notleatlt factory try Humphrey's Dairy. iTelc phone 9W7 F2, Peace Is Declar ed in Every Family’s Ward robe WHETHER YOUR CLOTHES ARE SOILED OR FADED YOU COULD MAKE THEM LOOK LIKE NEW Personal Attention Given. 211 Central Avenue. Work Called for and Delivered by Auto. [The Emporium Cleaning and Dyeing Plant, Phone IH7. SAM WEXLER ■ I /-— I --- I__I ^r-7 7-4-=-rr^___r ■■ ■ - Pure and fresh cereals are not only rchshed, but they supply the body with just those elements that it requires. You w II find here the best of everything in cereals, Puffed Rice, Puffed Wheat, Shredded Wheat, " floss' Wheat Biscuits. Krumbles, Corn Flakes. Post Toastes. Grape Nuts, Quaker Grits, Cream of Wheat. Mother's Wheat Hearts, Petti John's, Barley and Life ' I Wheat. ;»a Wr have everything else too, m the way of staple and fancy groceries of the finest quality. Ira Give us a tr'al. FURNITURE We Buy, Sell and E^change NEW AND SECOND HAND WE CRATE, MOVE. STORE OR TRANSFER YOUR GOOOS. DELIVER ANYWHERE IN THE CITY. WILSON FURNITURE CO. I Phona 2223— 427-429 Ouachita Avenua. *• Warehgu'-f, 202 204 ThirdI Street—Phone 71. a Sentinel-Record Want Ads Bring Results.