tfl V *
I We will win this war—
\ I Nothing else really matters until we do!
I 77ie Flavor Lasts
rut'' chri'-topticr .a i
— ill arrive :•
K?Mrs. J. Thomas Jackson.
Alan Day Christopher i very ill .
the roaMenc® of his aunt.
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Mr. anti Mrs. K. It. Sharp of l.inl
Hock spent Tuesday a ml Wetlnesiiu
Jn this city.
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,\lr. ami Alts. Will Cline ami lr.'.l
Amm *»V% • «»• *.*•** fV* I i i rani lii« iui
U(s *.'Ui* •«,**
WPBnK, 'nun a two months lui im
trip spt*?. at "cop City ami Aut'ort
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Mrs. J M. Morgan and dauginei
Donnie, are visiting Misse Donnie am
Esther Queen in Clii a-"
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News of the safe arrival i verse.
of Corp. duo. \V. Carter has lieen re
The I't'Kiilur weekly Sabbath serv
j i* - of llie Got relation House o
i will be lodd louiehl nt eiish
' o'el.h k al tile Temple, eel per of tju.i
paw ami Market streets Hiibhi \ It
Rhine will deliver lho sermon. Tin
public is cordially invitodd.
MRS. NETTLETON, PHONE 1.'01.
Formerly of Ruekstart ileauty Shop.
1 visiles lo announce that she will he
' found at her shop in llio Thompson
Rids., the tutire summer and pleased
to serve new as well as old patrons.
First-class work, sanitary met hod 3
FRESH EGGS ON SALE.
, Fresh cy.es. at I * tents per dozen
1 while they last Raw son’s sroeery,
201 Grand avenue. Teli dene 1 107.
WANTED—ROUTE BOYS AT THE
SENTINEL RECORD. APPLY AT
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ONE DAY ONLY
ffl&TS®3Em P '*•
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AN i MAI 5
4% M rUU-CROWN AFRICAN «
Most9 Sensational Wild j Animal
Spectacle Ever Witnessed
ONLY REAL WILD ANIMAL CIRCUS ON EARTH
EVERY ANIMAL A PERFORMER
New Miie-lonfe Street Parade at 10:30
Two £erfor«nance» Dally, 2 and 8 P.M,
Doors Open, I and 7
An Actor ‘
HERE IS LARGE
QUIETLY AND WITHOUT CERE
'MONY THE 18 TO 45 REGIS
TRANTS ABIDED THE RULE
Board Made Special Effort in All
Outlying Precincts to Get the Re
ports in at an Early Hour as Pos
Hcgisl ration day in Hot Springs
and tiartand county for all male per
sons within tile IS to 15 .year limits
u.i carried out quietly and without
ceremony. There were no parades,
no demonstrations, but there was a
quiet and preslstent observation of
the rule both in city and county that
left little in doubt as to the degree
of patriotism of the people general
When from Sulphur township the
reports were received showing that
altogether Mrs. Bltno M«y, a widow,
I’a11 eight sons and one grandson
registered so far since this war be
gun, what was believed to bu at
hast a tiurlaud county record was
reached. She lias one son in Hie
The principal scene of activity wa“
that about tile court house last night
when the volunteers aided the local
draft board in getting out the re
ports. it was most important tha;
tk.l UOUltMln 1 . . V I... 4.. 4 1..
ail.ii',•slant go lie nil as soon ns possi
ble, ami Hie board and aides began
the tabulation as early as the first
irccliut made its report.
The early hours accounted for the
largest registration in the city pro
('inets There was a rush betweei
the hours of X and II a. in. that win
perhaps fifty percent of the regis
trillion of the day.
The registration ran largest in the
Hot Springs township booth, when
the voting is always the largest. Tin
m gist ration in the six city wards am
Hot Springs township was as follows
First ward’ . 17
Second ward . 2Xi
Third ward . n 5!
Fourth ward . 15:
Fifth ward . 14'
Six Hi ward . 21
llot Springs township . m'
The outlying precincts Ihal hai
reported brought this registration ii
tlie whole of the county last night
with seven townships unreported, ti
I7C. t:i this number the six ell;
wards delivered 1,1."d*, and (Ho
Springs township, which is just out
lying the city lines, had Its tb7, oi
a iijtal for city and city townshii
precinct of l.btiii.
The townships that had not report
ported las* night were Bain, Baxter
Buckville, Lee, Cedar Glades, Moun
tain and Phillips.
Thepartios who volunteered ani
went to the country for precinct re
port last night and returned late
Were Alien Hotchkiss, Brad O. Smith
Rev. C. K. llickok, L>r. Short and
WILL REACH 81,OW
Chicago, Sept. 12.—(Latest return*
tonight from Wednesday's seu.itorial
primaries election in Illinois, wIMi
Chicago complete, indicate a plurality
for Med ill McCormick, of dX.OdO over
Mayor William Male 1 hompsou
Tliotnpsoii carried Chicago liy F5,
the total vote of 137.(KH> 'being about
eipial to the plurality by which
Thompson was elected mayor three
With Odd precincts missing from
down state. McCormick's plurality
outside of Chicago tonight was tU.lb\
with indications ot reaching .xg.tMio on
complete returns. Today's returns
be e out the results indicated la-i
jijiht for a 11 Important office*
Tils Women How o Get Strong
Greenfield, Mass I aut a nurse
and the grippe left me in n weak, run
down condition with a cough -nty
friends asked me to try Vinoi. 1 did
so and it has built up my strength eo
that 1 ant in perfect health at the pres
ent time and 1 am recommending
Vinoi to others'' Mrs. l-\ M Utcae.
Thor is no secret about Vittel I!,
ewes it.-, success in such cases lo beef
and cod liver peptoncsli Iron and man
ganese peptountos and glycerophos
phates. the oldest and most famous
tody building and strength creating
tonics We g iron sly recommend
P G. NJorris Drug company and
druggists everywhere. (Adv.)
P. S.—.If you have Eczema try our
Snxol Salve. We guarantee it
The Eastman Kodak Department ol
Sorrels Drug Company established for
«o many years is now the largest In
the South. T.et ur professional pho
tographers be your "Truble Men” and
five helpful criticisms and Instruc
tions. Prompt service. 1-28-tf
Or. B. W. Breedlove. Or. J. S. Wilkins
Res. 815 Malvern. Phone 2133
DRS BREEDLOVE & WILKINS
Physicains & Surgeons
Arkansas National Bank Building
Office hours: Suites 400-403
8 a m to 12 m, J to 5 p. m
Office Phone 31
City call answered day or night
DEBS CONVICTED UNDER
THE ESPIONAGE AC1
THE JURY FOUND HIM GUILTY 01*
THREE OF THE ORIGINAL
COUNTS IN THE INDICT
Cleveland, O. iScpt. 1®.—Eugene V
Delta, charged with violating the eg
pionuge act, was found guilty by
Talking to a newspaper man aftei
I he vcriyct, Dobs said: ,
"It is all right. 1 have no complain
to make, it will route out all rise
in God's good thue."
Of tho original ten counts of tin
indictment, hut four remained whei
the jury retired to consider tlie evi
dence. The verdict found him gum;
of three: not guilty of one. He wa
found guilty of attempting to incite In
subordination, disloyalty, etc., in th<
military and naval forces; attempt in;
to obstruct remitting and utterln;
language tending to incite, provoke
and encourage resistance to the Unit
ed States and to promote the causi
of the enemy.
The count of which he was adjudge:
innocent charged that he opposed tm
cause of tlie United States. The jur,
was out five and one half hours. Whei
it was announced that the jury wa
ready to report, the crush beta nr
great. Mrs. jlose Pastor Stoke
drew her chair beside 'Delis and mb
her hands he slipped his own ham
where it remained while the eierl
was reading the verdict.
Ilelis, ill his address to the jury
said he had not one word to retrac:
and rather went out of his way to ae
eept the damaging St Louis anti wa
The maximum penalty is Jo year
imprisonment and a fine of $lo,oo(
John T\ Sawken, of the bureau of in
vestigatiou, department of justiee, v. h
gathered the government's evident i
was among Urn spectators.
Judge Weslenhaver stated tliat It
would ltear eoonhel on a motion for
new trial next Saturday morning, lleti
until then will remain at liberty unde
the trial bond.
1 Editor Hot 'Spellings Sentinel Recon
' Hot Springs, Ark.::
During tho recent New Year lioli
days a furlough of Utree days wa
granted to the officers and cnliste
' men and a group of seventy boys vis
I ited Hot. Springs at tho invitation i
the Jewish congregation. So cordn
was tlte reception accorded us and s
, splendidly were wo entertained tha
we wish to take this means of ex
pressing through your valuable pa pc
our grateful appreciation of the won
derful time shown us. not only by th
Jewish people of Hot 'Springs, ,>ut b
many of the non Jewish business me
who contributed to our eute.rlainmeu
who willingly contributed to our on
The Jewish high holy days whit
begin at New Year and cud on th
Day of Atonement, Sunday, Sept, it
is equivalent in holiness to Christina
and New Year of our present eaten
dar. and brings back to those aw a
from home the same reminiscences u
home and family
Some of us had been in the servie
of the lb S. only a little more tlmi
a month, never having been aw a:
from home before. Tim trying condi
(Ions of the. quarantine period serve1
to strengthen tho need for spirituu
and social communion among the sol
diers of the faith, and the congregu
lion of Hot Springs met the need In <
most gratifying manner. They pro
vided the comforts of home and tin
pleasures of life lor their soldie
Me loft our hosts on that uicmoru
hie send-off, Sunday evening, feeltni
greatly indebted to them for their un
usual generosity and Mildness and lii
whi.-h ue give our sincere and heart
Some of tliege aume hoys when tie
returned to ■Camp Hike gave up lint
packs and guns and exhranged lieu
fm over.-eus equipment. neatly to Cigh
for the privileges they enjoycu . IPi
they leave with light hearts and i
renewed faith in tlie cause of fustic
and humanity, because oi the outlaid
eration shown them by their co-iv
ligloniats at Hot Springs during Uium
sacred day s.
At tlie Welfare hut, Tue-day, a vu'i
Of thunks was extended to Kabbi A n
Hhlno of tlie Temple of the House o:
Israel for his part in file preparatioi
and entertaining us, and resolution!
were adopted expressing apprcciatior
of IDs part sei v ices as chaplain i'
Caiup Hike during tlie suminei
[months. The resolutions follow;
"During his short stay in Camp I’ik,
under tire auspices of the Jewish Wel
fare Board, Dr. A If. It blue of Hoi
Springs has won tlie respect and grar.
itude ol' Hie Jewish soldier by bis
spiritual and social leadership. In
has made many saeriiices of time and
effort to minister to the soldier's
wants and make life comfortable in i
new and more serious environment, at
a time when sympathy was most need
ed The popularity with which hh
sermons liavo been received is at
tested to by the overwhelming crowds
which packed the hut on Sabbath eve
Bings. In view of the fact that cir
cumstances compel Dr Khiue to leave
out presence and withdraw his serv
ices to us.
Be it Resolved, that we, the Jewish
soldiers of Camp ITke, express out aP
preoi avion of the services vemlerod
to ns by Rabbi Hhlno. the cordiality
and fellowship with which bis work
has been done creating in us who are
away from home au at borne feeling.
I The Branch House Man
This is one of the Swift & Company Branch House Men.
They are all pretty much alike in the way they feel
1 toward their work—and that is what this ad is about.
They know that most people couldn’t get such good
; meat promptly and in good condition if it weren't for the
branch houses of which they are in charge.
They know that the branch house is one of the most
important links in the chain of preparing and distributing
' meat for a nation.
They know that Swift & Company must have its
branch houses run at the highest notch of usefulness; that
' even a Swift 8: Company Oranch house won’t run itself, and
that it is up to the branch house man to run it properly.
I Any branch house man who doesn't see his work
<• in this light is transferred to some other place with
Swift & Company to which he is better adapted.
They are picked men, these branch house men. Every
'• time you sit down to a steak or chop, or cut of roast,
you can give a grateful thought to the whole crew of them.
i And remember, in a general way, that everything that
makes life smoother and more convenient for you is
i the result of the thoughtfulness and effort of a lot of
l(’ people of whom you have never heard.
; Swift & Company, U. S. A.
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Resolved, that. we thank Bat'd
Rhine tor the inspiration, pi'acHca
i help, and personal favors shown ip
l! Kesoi'ed, that we extend our thank
jin no less degree to Mrs. Rhine, win
lias unselfishly devoted many oven
Pings to the edinatlon of tin1 .lewis:
-Jeolilier, conducting eiusses in French
• anil 'English for the new American
• who desired to improve his command
of tile language so that he may im
| prove liis command in tlie military.
;j He it further Resolved, that a copy
|of these resolutions ho sent to the
Gamp l’ike Ga/etto, tile Jewish We!
■ fare Board and the 'Ho! Spring Sen
(signed) Soldiers of the Jewish FaiMi,
(’amp l’ike, Arkansas
i i’nr (.’on oral Win. Elman.
CONTINUED FROM l’AGE 1
except that ii lias us tire first ob
jective the levelling of the St. Alililoi
sector and the strengthening of the
allied line from the German region of
Verdun eastward. The obliteration
of the salient would be necessary lie
fore a direct thrust toward Gorman
territory from this legion would be
possible. Mlieiliei Marshal Koch has
in view a campaign up the Meusa
•valley or Met/, and the Moselle valhy
in mind, remains to >*e seen
In the north field Marshal Haig i*
I still hard after the Germans In the
(region of Cambrai Here lie again
has advanced his front toward the
I much desired German base, penetrated
into the old British defense line:
[crossed the Canal-du N'ord. north of
(Havrlncourt; taken Havrincourt and
I another section of the Hlndettburg
(line and sent a thousand Germans into
I the British prison cage- in the rear
I The Germans fought hard at Huvrin
court to stay the British, but all theii
counter attacks wear beaten off. Fur
counter attacks were Ueaten off. Fill -
reported in the region south of the
fiaBassee canal and northwest of
( WANTED—ROUTE BOYS AT TH
SENTINEL RECORD, APPLY AT
ALL AMERICAN ARMY
DEFEATS THE HUNS
CONTINt Kl > KltOM PAC K ON K.
just below the trenches from wliieh
(the Americans started and the 'alley
through which they were fighting. The
r.un ".is streaming across the valley
casting shadows from the niclain Uoiy
v recks opposite villages all around.
■'()o Hie left was the black forbid
ding height of .Monism with tin- tiny
village of that name nestling on its
black side Spurts of earth sprang
front its rapacious sides us liie Atnei
it an artillen men battered at ii
•‘111 the 'alley the tops of what once
had ,|oeu houses in tin; village of
Kirhocourt "ere diseerninhle "hen
tlie smoke disappeared.
“Away to the right, buttled in th<
sunlight was the village of St. Ban -
sant resting on the side of a mnjes
tie promontory. Khaki figures were
moving along the valley. The sino;<<
, occasionally blotted them from view,
hut they would reappear soon after
ward, walking with easy stride,
“.Meanwhile the American gunni m.
manning every possible type of gun
| "ere working with mechanical rhythm
as they loaded and sent the shells P'
i their destination. The light railways
■ continually hrough up supplies.
8eitinel-Record classified advertls
Ing brines remits
K*'pp your eggs now and put then
i|i in ICkk Preserver. One pint, wi!
'''oji llilr'y do on ones ;;iii per pint
MH' per quart. Hchiicck itriiR ( o
Phone No. 7. U-3-tt
Wauerman Blood Te*t.
Laboratory or tho Hot Spring*
Sanitarium. 619 Centra! avenue.
School Wardrobe Trunk
Get one of these large roomy
Trunks while you can, as the
government prohibits any more
made after November 1st.
OTHERS UP TO $150.00.
Liberty bonds and Having
slumps taken in exchange.
HOT SPRINGS OSTRICH AND
ALLIGATOR GOODS CO
410 Central Avenue.
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