The record is a flat disc with an inscribed modulated spiral groove starting near the periphery and ending near the centre of the disc. Music was recorded onto the disc. At top of label is 'copyright' under the trademark for Victor - the painting of Nipper listening to a disc gramaphone that became "His Master's Voice". Text under the logo, Title of the song the name of the orchestra, director, city. Around the label is more information about the patents of the company, number, date. Imprinted in a smooth black space the number of the record. Side B has same information with different number.
*Printed on label, gold: "COPYRIGHT / HIS MASTER'S VOICE/ Reg. U.S.Pat Off.,M. de F M. Ind. Regtrda. Nos.4180, 1 Febrero, 1904 / Victor / Oh ! Sister, Ain't That Hot ! - Fox Trot / (Que Ardor, Hermana, Que Ardor !)/ (Will Donaldson-Harry White) / Charles Dornberger and his Orchestra / 19138-A
*Printed around perimeter of the label, gold: "THIS RECORD IS PATENTED BY U.S. PATENTS, OWNED BY THIS COMPANY, AS FOLLOWS. NO. 896,059,DATED AUGUST 11, 1908
*Printed on side B is the same as above with the exception: "Mean, Mean Mamma - Fox Trot / (Mala, Mala, Mama) / (Eleanor Young-Harry D. Squires) / The Benson Orchestra of Chicago / Under the direction of Don Bestor /19138-B