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The Sentinel=record. (Hot Springs, Ark.) 1900-current, September 28, 1918, Image 2

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5.00 SPECIAL
aol Wardrobe Trunk
one of these large roomy
while you can, as the
a1’1"1 prohibits any more
after November 1st.
OTHERS UP TO $150.00.
bonds and Bavins
taken In exchange.
HIL LEVY’S
HOT SPRINGS OSTRICH AND
ALLIGATOR GOODS 10
410 Central Avenue.
Personals
Mr*. J. J Blscoe and son Marvin
of Kansas Oty, K. 1’. Nelson
daughter of Oklahoma. Mrs Amai da
Reeves of Memphis, Tenth, Mr*. Roy
Btltl and son^erfle, of Pawnee City,
tv!rs. Effle Dillard and fon (larlmi'i
of Kansas City, canto lo attend t' '
funeral of Mr*. K. <’ Nelson which
was held Thursday afternoon at the
Third Htreel Methodist clturch
• • •
.Watt vPlehi. who recently went east
lo loin lho Knights of Coluinhn
forces lor overseas duty, writes that
while In New York hr an splendidly
entertaind, along with many otne
who were on the mission, and tha’ he
was leaving noon for Montreal to sail
for overseas. He Is much enttuify1
with the opportunity ahead in this
work.
• • •
Mrs. tlliram Met’afforty and Miss
Evelyn Houwley have returned from
k a visit to Little Hock.
m M. JL. JL
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Mrs. S 11. Stitt ami Mrs Eugene
Poll. are. here from Memphis.
* * *
Mrs. Will Lake is expected home
tills week alter a visii to the Cunudiun
resorts.
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Captain and Mrs. .1 II. Avery are
expected home within a short tunc.
They have been spending .the summer
In the east.
# * *
Mrs. Tom Jackson leaves today for
Chicago on a visit to friends.
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Dr. and \lr*i (' E Hays Hi' > gone
to St. Louis, where Mrs. Hays wih
undergo an operation within a few
days.
«• * *
Miss Laverne Harper liar, gone to
Grady, near Dine Bluff, to accept a
school position.
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All Red Cross aid; will please nice
at Red Cross headquarter*, at 11 '
_morning Very ijppomnt
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LADIES
—- - -~>m
When irregular or delayed use Tri
umph Pills Safe and always depend
able. Not sold at drug stores. Do not
experiment, with others, savo disap
pointment. Write for ■'relief'1 and par
ticulars Its free. Address, National
Medical’ Institute, Milwaukee, WIs —
(Advt.)
YOUR WIFE CAN USE IT.
If you are away from ltonio and
one of your horses takes the colic
your wife can treat him if she has
Farrte* Colic Remedy in the house
It is easy to use. Just drop it on
the horse's tongue and In thirty min
utes he !s relieved. Get it today. Yo
may need It tomorrow
‘‘For Sale by All Good Dealers," or
write the Old Kentucky Manufactur
ing Company. Inc., Paducah. Ky.
—--o
Wasaerman Blood Teat.
Laboratory or tne Hot Spring*
Sanitarium. 619 Central avenue
L - - I
LOCAL COMMITTEE WILL MAKE
STRONG EFFORT TO GET FULL
QUOTA ON VOUNTEER DAY
BIG PARADE TAKES
PLACE THIS MORNING
Quota for Garland County is $410,000
and Every Dollar Subscribed Today
and Tomorrow Wdl Be Worth Its
Face Value Over Again In Good
News It Carries to Our Boys.
Today Inaugurates the campaign for
the Fourth Liberty loan It is Volun
teer day and thousands of Hot Springs
cltitene. will keep step in tlu> inarch <>r
millions of others who will show the
sincerity of their patriotism by sub
scribing "without solicitation to these
bonds and by subscribing us liberal!';
as they are able. The etandurd with
mnnyy will be to buy at least twice us
iiiitch a-, they ought in file previous
issue.
Over ill France the American boys
are making another great advance.
Those of ns who have remained at
home will match their efforts by our
own- put this tlie biggest bond Issue
of all of them over. The mark for
Hot Springs is to subscribe for 't*
entire apportionment voluntarily to
day. That apportionment i* the
large sum of $110,Pun and in order tu
accomplish this in one day it will lie
necessary for everyone who can dti
so to subscribe the utmost of which
ho i* able at the -Liberty loan head
i quarters, between the American Ex
press and Oliver Finnic's on Centra]
avenue.
For the convenience of tlie sub
scribers fourteen committees will lie
ready to receive their subscriptions.
The office will be opened at eight
o'clock and remain open until eleven
or twelve at night. For tlie convenl
[ encp e* those who may not he able to
come today tlie office will be opened
tomorrow afternoon after two o'clock
but it is deeired that all who can at
tend to thus patriotic duty tills morn
ing.
Aeroplanes "ill fly over tho ehy
from 1-onoke, the weather permitting.
Arrangements have been made for two
and there is the possibility of having
lour of these It is expected that they
will lie here early this morning In
time for the parade.
Tho parade will form at Whittington
and Central avenues. The Army and
Navy contingent will be in the lead.
[This "ill bo followed by the Rod
Cross unit. The Liberty loan male
chorus w‘11 be In line. All march
ers "ill be on loot. No automobiles
or other vehicle, will be allowed In
the procession
Tlie procession will form on Central
avenue, Whittington avenue and Ar
hor street under the direction of the
marshal. It will move down Central
avenue to the Como square and rr>
turn 'to the headquarters where there
will be singing of patriotic ait's in
terspersed with short four minute
speeches. A la-t word with reference
to the paying for those bonds:
You may pay cash for them.
If your subscription is for a larger
sum than you have you can pay un
der the government -plan - K) per cent
with you application, three payment
of twenty tier cent and tho last on
December .'tlst of I’.b pet cent
You can buy them on the imta'.'
rnert plan front any of the banks o
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If'jySYHES
V. G. VERNEUX, Prop.
IF
Undecided as to plans for you Fall and
Winter Clothes both in made to meas
ure and ready to don you are invited
to call and inspect our stock.
Suits and Overcoats to Order From
$40.00 up
Ready to Don Suits and Overcoats From
$17.SO up
Phone 228
Foiffiiij
.Libert^
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X>w’bit isijoiir/fcs/
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Hot Springs by paying ten per cent
•with your application and four per
cent a week until you have finished
paying the entire sum. The only in
' forest will he coupon* as they ma
ture.
After all is said and done the one
great fact to have in mind is that to
day is Volunteer Day. The $ *10,Out)
api>ortion*‘d to Chart an \ county win
have to he met. It can be subscribed
today. It. will save you being called
upon by commiitdfes and it will save
the time of those enthusiastic, patri
otic men and women.
5t is an old story hut hears repeti
tion. These dollars that you sub
scribe gttirchase equipment such as
clothing, food, shelter, gun*, shell*,
ammunition for the boys; it build.;
the ships that transport these and the
I ooeks where they are loaded and un
I loaded; it helps cur allies in the form
' of loans. The dollars that you sub
-cribe to Liberty bonds win shorten'
the war and save thp live of editions
of red blooded nten who are fbhttns
now our flight. The dollars that you
withhold: every dollar that you re
fuse to invest forever will be stained
with the blood of some bo> that it
could hr.ve saved.
So intense is the strife and so great
nre the issue; involved: so close 10
tho homes of thousands does the war
come: that there is no respect for!
the man who avariciously holds on to
his dollars. The man who puts his 1
own selfish interest* and gratifies his'
Own desire for hoarding or increasing
his possessions; the man who puts
dollars before precious human lives
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mol.0 mt iikM^uunru.
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tttu BVAN4 CHd d.rALCsX. UN^iMNATI.O.
SurirtulSraui*
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I Here’s How Real Americans Can
Best Demonstrate I heir Patriotism :
By always helping* when your help is needed—by always giving moral and substantial
,
finanial support to all war activities—to make extreme sacrifices if need be—to subscribe
freely to the fullest extent for all Government loans.
BE A VOLUNTEER
Consider the meaning of being a Volunteer—you voluntarily offer your support to
your Government and your aid to its soldiers (your soldiers) a voluntary offering carries
with it twice the power in thought if not in dollars. A volunteer means a Patriot—Nothing
less than a Patriot for every true American.
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and the needs of his country; L not
a desirable citizen in any community
His neighbors know tvm for what h*
is. Ills own conscience today and for
all the days to tome will rise up in
reproach. And when the hoy.. <> i; ■
home he will be pointed nut to them
as an object of derision an i scorn.
Think again. You lime not bought
your limit. Double and treble that
which you are planning to subscribe.
None of us can i>e saiisiied I'.ilil ‘ • ■
have given the bPst that is in us and
the most of our possession, to a holy.
cause—-winning the war puttin'
down once and for all the power that
dares to threaten all that is great and
good 'll our civilization.
Today is VOI.I NTKICK DAY The
ofHcei will he open from early ui tin*
day until late at night. We have no
excuse lor not doing your full part
and that volumerily. Wo can put Hot
Springs over the top and to victory in
this as our boys have just gone over
the top and we expe: the glad tid
ings of their victory with all con1I
dence.
Buy, buy Liberty 1 mmls or By-Bye
Liberty. Subscribe early
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MRS. NETTLETON, PHONE 1203.
Formerly of Buckstaff Beauty Shop,
wishes to announce that she will be
found at her shop In the Thompson
Bldg., the tntlre summer and pleased
to serve new as well as old patrons.
First-class work, sanitary method.*
only. 7-2-tf
Put up some eggs tilts season, fie
how easy and cheap it is. You wil
continue the practice every year a?
you can fruit. ICgg Preserver 30c per
pint. 50c per quart. Schncck Drug
Co. Phone N’o, 7. 9-5- tf J
GREATEST WAhToAN H
HISTORY OF NATIONS
AMERICAN PEOPLE WILL BE
ASKED TO SUBSCRIBE NOT
LESS THAN $6,COO,COO.C3C
Washington, Sept 27 Ail over
sub-, riptions to the fourth Liberty
loan will ho allotted In the troasurj
department Thi.; annoutirinie.it wa.
made tonight on the eve of I lie open
in« of the three weeks campaign in
which the American people will i.c
tsked to subscribe not les. tnan
t(i,(K»O,0t)ii.l»Oa- the P.renlest war loan
In the history ot nations
The drive, was formally laun.ael
'onight by President Wilson in an
address to Liberty loan workers in
Sew York City,
In Chicago today Secretary nauiel
.poke to the American Banker, asro
iation and -Chairman Hurley of the
hipping hoard, discussed the loan to
night in an address to the Bhila i I
iiliia chamber of commerce.
Thousands of soldiers will partic -
into in Liberty loan donums:rations
hrougliout the campaign. The war
lepartment. it was announced tonight
las issued an order releasing soldiers
’rora training camps for short periods
hat I hey may aid hi advertising the
CHICHESTER S PILLS
nil IIUMOMI hrami. a
f Auk your i r /A
« M-vbs'N-fi : i IHgautml Ttru««.l/^V\
Bill* in K. d »t.a 4s«ld tnctallic>^^r 1
boRea, seair 1 with Bind KlW»oi*. \/
l »*k« no other. B«y of your v
i»ru(«ut. A kf *4 111-4 lfi:».TPB H
l>iVal«»M> HK\N1» AMLIA, i , e«
7ci.sk: Hiustict, > ;*•
SOLD 3Y OUT OGTSTS tVtRYWHLTA
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iitmmmtttt tm
luan, anil the navy department lias
ashed i;- personnel to < > operate a*
fully as possible with the Liberty loan
oompaign.
One of the new feature.; of this
I campaign will be the use of the indus
trial honor pennant. When 75 per
cent of the total number of persona
i on an industry's payroll lias bought
herds tin* industry w ill he permitted
tt fly an honor pennant.
Xlthough the campaign does not
open officially until tomorrow, tole
rates received tonight at the treas
ury indicated that sales wore being
made in -ome part of the country
Keep your eggs now and put then
up In Egg Preserver. One pint wil
i;eep thirty dotten egge 30c per pint
r.Oc per quart. Schneelt Drug Co
Phone No. 7. 9-5-tt
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