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Q HIOQIN# II PUBLISH!? •FFICt OLD CITY HALL BUILDING _PHONI lit •UBSCRIPTION BATF.L *** Bant Inat-Record li dfllvered bj •BHler to any part of the ally u sent bj «oaU ta any address. ON® YRAR _..$•,(i ■IX MONTHS _. * !l nlRKK MONTHS_ . _ 1 7f ON® MONTH _ «< Whan Paid In Advance -* lubserfbera faillna ta (at thatr ^papei ■Ally will Plaaaa teiinrl aama In Ihe office Bntered a* aacond-claai matter at tha BOatoffloe at Hot Rptlnsa. Ark., under Act of March it. i«7> _____ KIMBCR OP THE associated press The Associated Pree-h* exrlualyalv en titled to the uaa for rapnbllratlon of all naps dispatches credited to It nr not etkerwlaa credited In this pnper and also tbe local caws published herein. DEMOCRATIC NOMINEES For Circuit Judga SCOTT WOOD For Prosecuting Attorney JOHN D. HOSKINS For Representatives, JOHN A. RIGGS G. D. DILLARD. For Sheriff BRAD O. SMITH For Tax Collector S. J. ERICKSON For County Judga S. A. BUCHANAN For Circuit Clerk FRANK W. ROWLES For County Clerk ALLEN HOTCHKI8S For County TrenturBl1 CHAS. H. DAVIS For Assessor GEO. P. LEATHERMAN For coroner. DR. J. B. SHAW. For County Superintendent GARNETT BRAUGHTON For Constable Hot Spring* Township ROSCOE ^ANHAM PRINCE MAX IS RnGHT. Prince Slav of Germany has tolil the German people that President Wil son's next answer would perhaps bo « final one. and that until lhai an swer came they might as well pre pare for u continuation of the war. . He was a good gusser In that. It is apparent to all that France In \ particular Is not willing to have any thing accepted from Germany other tilian an unconditional surrender. it •" also apparent that England is ready to stand to that proposal. The Uni! fill.States is not expected in this pro ceeding to make reply for herself She was asked to intereede for a Peace under certain conditions. So the answer that will conn to Germany must be tile answer of nil the allied forces, and that answer ■will be, as Prince Max has rightfully guessed, u final one. There will perhaps he no peace l.-v agreement within the near future, and e peace by force of arms is not so far distant. The Germans may be able to get across the Rhine for a new stand, and then even that stand may last through the winter period, but it will net withstand the rush of the allies in the spring, and the war Is bound to close In the summer of IP 19 even if Germany decides to stand it out t-> tin* last man. The American people are mi>' about to take up the ' war chest'' work. That is an Important work. H Is a general fund that is to ho made up In a lump and distributed by the government to tie various auxllliu rics. Il must be a big fund, and it must be raised promptly The Amer ican people will soon be asked U> contribute to this, and they will do to. •Mas has told the Ciciiniui peopb to continue their war work, and fell the \nierican people that they mcst do the same. There must be no slackening of the labors. the city library. A iibr«iy « iiich has been gotten to gether and kept together by good wo men of Hot Springs for many year is now removed to the Forthce build ing oil upper Central avenue, where It is open to the public. The library association desires very much to kee.i up its splendid work, but in so dolug must have more public support. The support does not have to be by the thousands, but .there are expense.- in connection with the maintenance ol swcjh a public institution, even if th premises are Slven free by Colone 'Ford.vcc: and the membership of thl. association should he augmented There are many visitors who take ad vantage of a public library here, w het they have so many idle hours, and b; ail means this institution should b< preserved through the present depres sing period, and when peace ha come, it should be one of the firs things tp receive general public sup port In Hot Springs, lecausc it is , worthy institution, which is doing good work even though restricted b lack of public support THE OTHER QUESTPONNAIRES. The outers have conic from Wash button that as soon as the local dral hoard catch up with theii other ivor now. they are to send out the (tiler Jiunnnlrcs to the men between Ik an 19. and the men between >'h» and 1 years of age W lu'ii the day of registration oau was Intended only that the men ftweeii the neos el In ami ihl should get their questionnaires, hut under a order front the adjutant general cf the state, the draft hoards in Arkan sas gave out the questionnaires to all the registrants. Some of the men of the alder ugca lilted out their questionnaires at once and timed them hack into tho Into the hoard. The ones who did not were asked to hold tlielj papers until they were called for by the drat,, board. The draft board will Login to re <elve these returned questionnaires now, and when they have all he«tl turned In. will go to work on the classifications ill was anticipated once that tlierq would he a different form of ques tionnaires for the second panel of the registrants, hut that was a mistake, Tim second division were being held up only to get the other work straightened out. So lie ready on call to have your questionnaires tilled out and return ed to the draft board on call. Anyhow, the inheritance tax I", making a lot of money for the govern im nt as the big estates change hands. And the hoys over there will need more of the ‘ Y" attention as the w in ter approaches, UIclp the war chest fund because duriug the winter the boys will ho more in need of all till' things that tho war auxiliaries have to turnisU tJermany might us well prepare to squall “unconditional surrender” or rise prepare to lose the last head of its fighting men. The pathfinders are palhtiuding at a very unseasonable time, ami t.iey may get through and they may not. (Hot Springs must make her ar rangements tor some business in sup port of her war work and other de mauds. Don't forget the rules to lie observ ed in stopping the flu, and if you get it, don't stay out and jeopardize oth ers > It Is against the laws ot the state to be on the street or in public places when you have a contageous disease But then there was no special busi ness for u grand Jury, anyway. Conversation lias brought peace at limes but the conversation of the kaiser kind will not likely produco such fruit. The captured German prUouen seam to think that at least the war has,terminated luckily for them. But whether H is a mild winter'or a hard winter here at home, it will be lough for our boys in the Held un less the war chest is big and goes to the relief. In the meanwhile with the flu on Ulo decline it will be up to the draft boards to speed up and catch up with the camp quotas. ELECTION PROCLAMATION. By virtue of the authority in use vested by the constitution and laws in the Stale of Arkansas. 1 hereby pro claim and make known that on elect ion will be held in the county of Gar land m said state oil Tuesday, No vember i>, l'JIS, for the purpose of i locting: one -overuor One sccretar> of Mute. One stem aiiaitor. One stale treasurer One attorney general. One sate superintendent of public instruction. One commiseionev of ines, luauufact ores ami agriculture. One commissioner of state lauds One railroad commissioner. One associate justice of the Su preme court. One congressman S'xth district One circuit judge, eighteenth judic ial district. Oue prosecuting attorney eighteenth judicial district. Two representatives to ithe slate legislature One circuit clerk One sheiiff. One county and probate judge. One county clerk One county collector. One county superintendent. One county treasurer Ope county surveyor. Oue county assessor. One county coroner. For roajl tax. i: Against road tax One constable for t u< li tow nsTirr' Justices of the peace for each town ship. s Amendment No. ill. Amendment No. 1-f. Amendment No. Ij. ( One read overseer for each township ( Said election will he held by the judges in the several townships in the usual vofiug precincts, •who will make returns of the same to thu board ol election commissioners of C.arlan't county, Arkansas, as required by law • liven under uiy hand this the 21sl day of October. HM8 BRAD O SMITH. Sheriff, tint-land County, Ark ... , 10-22-tf WiMtrmin Wood Teat. Laboratory ot tha Hot Spring! e Sanitarium, (19 Central avenue IMPENDING MAJOR ATTACK BY AMERICANS DRIVE WILL COVER THE WHOLt AMERICAN FRONT ON BOTH SIDES OF THE MEUSE. Washington, Oct. 2™—Further indi cations of on impending major uttaciy by the American armies on the Ver dun front came today in reports of fierce fighting around Vouziers. where the Frem h are hammering ot the flunk of the forest position that up jH?ara to have been holding up the general American movement. Official German reports show the intcueity ot Hie fighting mid admit ad vances. The line here forms almost a right, angle with the French forces which have crossed the Aisne heading eastward through the hilly and wood ed region north of Grande Pi'c i he American- stand along the base of the angle heading northward into the same difficult territory and lighting today indicated a general movement to ■force the enemy out of the unglo completely into the open - round be yond. If this is accompli.dud the left flank of General l.iggctt's men of the first army officers here feel confident that an American drive pesslbly covering the whole American front on liolii side.- of the Mouse will shortly follow The objective ot such a thrust would be primarily, it is maid, the smashing of the German left flank between Metz and Sedan --0 INFLUENZA IMPROVES IN THE ARMY CAMPS THE HEALTH DEPARTMENT AN NOUNCES DISEASE IS EPI DEMIC NOW IN ONLY THREE CAMPS. w ustiington. Oct. 21!,—Continued Improvement In the Influenza situa tion in the army camps in a number nt states was shown by reports re ceived today by the surgeon general of the army and tile public health service New cases in army camps totalled only 2,722 with 227 deaths. The disease uow is epidemic at only three camps, Lewis, Washington, -Mc t’ellan. Alabama and Korney, Cali fornia. States where the number of eases lire reported shows a decrease m Conneeticutt. Lelaware, New Jersey. Indiana, .Maryland, Missouri, Nevada, North Carolina. Oklahoma. Oregon, South Carolina, Tennessee and Wis consin. For the country at large the peak of the epidemic apparently has been reached. Conditions still are serious in some states, particularly Colorado, Iowa. Kentucky, Kansas. Minesota, Ohio, Texas and New Mexico. The effect of the epidemic on the railroads was shown by the railroad administration’s weekly report of traffic conditions Alness of railroad men Interfered seriously with freight movement and unloading. Repair work at railroad shops also lias been hampered while a decrease in pas senger traffic was noted. Reports that lh(> influenza germs may have been brought to the United States and spread by enemy agents liosslbh landed on American shores from submarine^ have been inve.sll gal<‘ii 11\ government agents, bi.t no ' asls for them has been found -o WARNING ORDER. In the Chancery Court of Garlunt j County, Ark. CitUoim National Hank of Hot Bprdigs. Arkansas, Plaintiff, vs Vernon Price-Williams and Mary A Harrow, Defendants. The Defendant Marv A. Darrow warned to appear in this Court within thirty days and an swer the complaint of the Plaintiff Citi/eus National Hank of llot Springs Arkansas Witness my Imnd and the seal of thi Court this '.'1st day of September, Pals K. W. ItOWCKS. Clerk By D. W. Parker, D C H. p. Chappell, Att'y »d Litem (Sun.) ■--—o WARNING ORDER. In the Chancery court of Carlan County, Arkansas. 8. W. Hey burn Trustee and Union Trust Company Agent, Plaintiff, vs. Alice Williams Defendant. The Defendant, Alice Wil liains, is warned to appear in till Court within thirty days and answe the complaint of the Plaintiff, S. W Iteyburn. Trustee and Uniou Trus Company, Agent. Witness my hand and the seal o said Court tills l?th day of Septem ber, 1018. F W. ROWLES. Clerk. A J. Murphy, Att’y ad Litem (Tlilrs. FOR SHERIFF The Sentinel Record .is authorized to announce Tom J. yiedsoe as a candidate for sheriff of Garland county, subject to the will of the people -. ■ ■ p-— WILLOUGHBY HOUSE—Good Boar and Room. Rates $7.00 per week. Oi ear line. 635 Ouachita Ave. Phon« 2115, 9-26- 1m< UNCONDITIONAL SURRENDER IS MEANING OF REPLY (CONTINUED FROM DACE ONE.) United States on the eighth of .lanuaiyj DCS. and the principles oi settlement enunciated in Pis subsequent ad dresses, particularly the undress of the twenty-seventh of September and that it desires to discuss the details of their application, and that this wish| and purpose emanate, not from those who have hitherto dictated German policy and conducted the predent war, on Germany’s behalf, but from mln-j iste>-s who speak for the majority t.f the Reichstag and for an overwhelm ing majority of the German people; and having received also the explicit promise of the present German got-, (eminent that the humane rules or civilized wariare will be observed both] on land and sea by the German armed forces, the president of the United’ States feels that he cannot decline to take tip with the governments with which llie -’overnnient of the United States is associated the question of an armistice, ’’.He deems il his duty to say again, however, that the only armistice he would feel justified in submitting for consideration would lie one which should leave the United Slates and the powers associated with her in a po sition to enforce any arrangements that may be entered into and to make a renewal of hostilities on the part of Germany impossible. The president has, therefore, transmitted his curies /.,,l.. tu.. f' ,, authorities to the governments with which the government of the t'nited States is associated ns a belligerent with Ihe suggestion that it those -ov - ornmcnts are disposed to ett'ect peace upon the terms and principles mat - cnteil, their military advisers and the military advisers ol tlm I nited State be asked to submit to the governments associated with Germany the noecs sary terms of such an armistice as will fully protect the interests of the peo ples involved and ensure to the as socialitl governments the unrestricted power to safeguard and enforce ilu* de tails of the peace to which the Ger man government has agreed, provided they deem such an armistice 'possible from the military point of view Should such terms of armistice be suggested, their acceptance by Germany will af ford the best concrete evidence of their unequivocal acceptance of the terms and principles of peace from which the whole action proceeds. "The president would deem himself lacking in candour did he not point n'tt in the fransest possible terms the reason why extraordinary safeguards must he demanded. Significant and important as the constitutional chans'*,' seem to ho which are spoke ot by tlic German foreign secretary in his note of the twentieth of October, it does not appear that the principle of a gov ernment responsible to the German people has yet been fully worked out or that any guarantees either exist or are in contemplation that the al terations of principle and of practice now partially agreed upon would he permanent. Moreover, it does not alt pear that the heart of the present dif ficulty has been reached. It may he that future wars have been brought under tlie control ol the German peo ple, but the present war liar- not been; and it is with the present war that we are dealing, it is evident that, the German people have no means of commanding Ihe acquiescen-o of tile Hilary authorities oi tile *:in 1*1 r■ in mu popular 'vill; that ih«> power of tho king of Prussia to control the policy of the empire is unimpaired, that the determining indjutl'e still rem|titi,s with those who have hitherto been the masters of Germany. Keeling that the whole peace of the World depends now -• ; " ~"i — 1 In that hour of shadows when folks need our assistance—it is thrn they vision clearly our de pendability. They know that we are experienced and proficient and that our equipment is all that can be asked for. B. GROSS Assisted by Geo. H. Brenner. I-ady Emhalmer in Attendance. 112 Prospect Ave. Phone 29 f"-. . ■« Arkansas National Bank OF HOT SPRING* ARK Msmwer Federal Reserve Bane Capital . 9100.U0U.IX) Surplus and Profit* 9300,000.09 CHA*. N. RIX, Preeideat F. C. kTEARN* Vic*- " ROBERT NEILL, Cashier HENRY FELLHEIMER, Director. A Roll *f Honor Bank Doe* * full banking bn-ilee** Cashes drafts and ehecks for visitors. Drtw our own drafts on all parts of Murcpa. Bell Traveler*- Money Order*, payable In all foreign countries and United State* by banka, hot*.* *r merchant* on plain speaking hi d sCaightforw aid action, the president deems it his d itj to say. without any attempt to soften what may seem harsh words that the nation.-! of the world do not and cannot trust the word of those who have hitherto been the masters of German policy, and to point out one- more than in cowlud11!a peace and attempt ing to undo the infinite injuries and in justices of this war the government of the Inned States cannot deal with any but veritable representatives ul the German people w ho have been as sured of a genuine constitutions, standing us the real rulers of Germany.| If it must deal with the military mas era and the monarchical autocrats of! Germany now, or it u is PI.ely to nave to deal with them later i'll regard to the international obligations of the German empire, it must demand, not peace negotiations but surrender. Nothing can lie gained by leaving tins essential tiling unsaid. "Accept, sir, the renewed assurance.* of my high consideration (Signed) -HOISKHT l.ANSING “Mr. Kreerick Oe lerlin. “Charge d alfairs of Switzerlalnd. ad interim, in charge of German Intern ts in the Vnited States." JAMES L GRAHAM Attorney-at-Law General PracVce in All Courts. Office, l»pe/. Mag. Phone 746 --p Potatoes *1.73 per bushel. Valley m. n.. t'ix \ is.vii.. r»r.r. in-1*!*-;*. Concrete, Fire Proof Storage Ware House BUILT WITH A SPECIAL VIEW TO GIVE PROTECTION. 15.000 SQUARE FEET FLOOR SPACE We Store Everything—Furniture, Cotton, All Kinds of Goods at Very Reasonable Prices. PHONES 82 AND 4* Is guaranteed fur one bottle to bene fit any rase of Pel lagra. Ubeurnallfm. McrefuU. Syphilis Eosema or «ny blood, liver or kidney disease, or your dollar relumed then Why suffer or nav hie bills, taka expen slve trips or buv a rawM-dv with no as iuranco. If not benetreed. of selling vent money refunded? I nave built mv trade with a rnerltnrlmia remedy and fair ileal Ing: a trial la all I ask you to give O. R Sold by druggists or vent prepaid. prior 11.09 per bottle or d for JS no. Always cal! on your druggist for (1. 8, buforc you order from me. W'rlle to my fo testimonial" and mention this paper. L. M. GROSS 721 Spring Street LITTLE ROCK ■ ARK STORAGE STORE YOUR FURNITURE WITH A. G. Rhodes Furniture Go. RATES VERY REASONABLE. PHONE 62* Central Garage I & Supply Co. f (Everything for an Automobile) Agents and Distributors for GARGOYLE and VEEDOLS OILS FISK and FEDERAL TIRES W. 8. FISHER, Manager. SIDNEY M NUTT, Proprietor. __ 111-i'in—iis.i.s__ SICK MAN Don't leave Hot Spring* util 70s lnveatigat, LOPEZ No medicla* bn# alien troota -of tti marveiou« ouraa. Be eon Tlnced. Bend or f*ll for onr fra* boot let on Blood, Etta *ai Private dlaeaiei. 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ALSO ELIMINATION OR URIC ACID it'd Everywh**-* •nipped Everywhsr* Mountain Valley Hotel Open Year Round. •OUTHERN CLUB ■ UILDINQ (41 central ., *v* i t [ i »J •I J a weel<^. i help win the war .. I * 1 • • i . i ■*■■ 1- wwWBB^BBjj^Ct^Kg’ £*K ■ -;i*'