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If i Far Rsacfimg Decwjion
of the Supreme
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of t nr$i7sii awl Ik
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tsawl Watt rtxr riht t4 wwrfcimwi
reaffirm!, trt ert Ml thM em
(heir "op ttom" and
prevent emvpfawta: to trfftg fbi
The nvinknn were remitted in the
owes of lb Ittfcfjfiwu Coal & Coke
company awl She Eagle 01 Mam
factoring cwnfry of West VlrtffrHa
Hi cotirt decWlrg that both were en
Hfled w openle ihedr tmnut m "open
The opinion wm charn'Aerhed In a
statement iatsed by I'roklent Sam
uel dampers of the American Feder
ation of Labor as "far-reaching and
unwarrantable," He ald through If
John MHchcll, former President, and
Wfllfam IJ. Wilson, former secretary-
(reajuirer of the Miner' international
union, are stiamalizcd a conspirators
Despite tiie opinion, he declared the
work of oreanfzlntf the workmen of
the conn Iry In order to "reach our
goal for a better concept of not only
political but Industrial democracy"
will continue unabated.
Mr. ami Mrs. 8. A. Has, of Kus
ellvllle, have announced the engage
ment of their daughter, Mlsa Louise
Bass, to Co pi. Ernct J. Poll, of
Itugftcllvillc. The wedding will take
place Saturday nt Ilia homo of the
bride's parent, In Hiusellvllle. Cpt.
Pell Is with the 14th Infantry at
Willis Lindsay Watts, non of J. W.
Watte, and Mins Iitini A, Under
wood, daughter of 0. T. Underwood,
were married at the residence of Mr.
W. L Utile, on West Seventh street,
Tuesday. Nov. W. It. (Joodmnn per
formfld the ceremony. The young
people reside In tho Sinking Fork
, I marriage llconito was Issued Ttics-
fymyiaQwri'i W. Atkinson and Mlsd
Bluff Fprlngs nolgliborliood, nnd llio
wedding was scheduled for yester
day nt Iho homo of the bride's par
ents, Mr. n"d Mrs. Harry Withers.
Married Men Taken.
The local recruiting station has ru
eolved an order authorizing us to nc
cent married men for tho army. Men
ro wanted badly for tho IIBth Kn
glnoors and whllo cavalry, colored
men for stuvedoro regiments. This
Is tt lino opportunity for men that
want to got Into tho service, for after
tho 15th of Decumbur no iiiiui who
has registered can volunteer his bop
vices. Take hoed, young men, nnd
don'llot (ho draft catch you.
Anyone wanting Information, np
ply nt tho local recruiting station, nt
tho post ofllco building, and It will bo
The Popocatepetl volcano hi Mox
too la native.
It Is reported that 1500 Holslioviltl
troops havo reached Vlonlvostok,
Ttussln's Pacific ocean port 0521 miles
(Furnished by Whltlluld.Uros.,
Poo, 12, 1017.
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IROOF OF HOUSE
Small Bfeze at Reiidence on
Ezil Screnlb Sfreet
The 'xe iefMitmrA mr A to
the rmHtmCK of Mr. Qtn. V, Clark,
on VmI erenih tXrtti, abottt 7 30
o'dhek Tuesd7 memfaz The tod
of the hos had caeght on fire, Lot
the Maze wax rjekkly ext)nguiihed
and the damage h small
Fire Department Called Te
North Main Sunday
A dwelling on North Malnstrce?,
owned by Mrs. SuxicStltes and occu
pled try J. A. fiawls, was badly dam
aged by fire about 11 o'clock Sunday
morning. The loss which amounts to
several hundred dollars, Is covered
When you want fire,
tornado, life or bond ln-
gurancc In the (J west
sccH. D. WALLACE
office up stairs, over
Store, Corner Ninth and
Staggering Hun Loss Amounl
ing To Hundreds of
"Qtn. Conrad has sacrificed bun-
reds of thousands of bis best soldiers
In successive assaults preceded by un
precedented artillery preparation and
today the porition of the Austro-Ger-mans,
while not Improved by the pro
gress made, Is In fact more unfavora
ble to them than nt the beginning ( f
the offensive because of the difficul
ties of rcvicluallzlng the troops, it be
ing necessary for the Invaders to
transport nil the water to their posi
tions. The heavy snowfalls of Iho
season will also aggravate the hard
Hhlps of the enemy and threaten the
lines of communication. j
"It may bo stated, therefore, that
the central powcrB have failed to ob
tain their concrete general objective
mainly to break through our lines nnd
lend the victorious armies onto the
plains of Italy, where they expected
to find comfortablo shelter during tho
winter months. Such failure is duo to
staggering losses which our soldiers
wero able to Inillct upon the invad
ers." Beautiful patterns in Ster
ling Silver Taklewarc. KOLB
& HOWE, Jewelers and Op
ticians. PURELY PERSONAL.
L. I). Drowning has returned from
New York, whero ho nttonded n
meeting of tho Notional C-nrmcnt
Workers' AHSoclnllon, of which ho Is
Chester Hnnklu, who is now ns
Boclntcil with tho Luckett-Wnko Tc
bacco Co., In this city, Is n son of tho
Into dipt. J. I'M. Rankin, of Hondcr-
H.. II. McQnugtioy nnd Ell Adams
hnvo returned from n business trip to
Oabo L. lying, of Gushing, Okla.,
Is hi tho city.
Dr. Paul Keith, of Louisville, was
cnllod to tho city Tuesday by tho sort
ous Illness of his brother-in-law, Prof
Will E. Gray.
Sale is Postponed.
Dr. Isbcll'a snlo of horses nnd bug
gies, ndvorliscd for Dccembor 15,
hnsbcun postponed on nccount of
t'n weather, nnd will not occur until
Monday, January 7.
Now t int wo lmvo had five- tluys
Instead of "Itvo hours of daylight,"
let's cloan tho sidewalks vd iret
CfOMtngt for th CkMoM stoppers'
cam lift zu rfnfcnw-ir
frtr tr frrfaf t ri war frnw
hart-r fan- ern rr burner
Mir bmA It ori aa4 Uiirf JFMf
put Mrmn XUI-1C on an4 the eoln
rirftt away, aad tb corn pttlM
rich! off llk a. banana, arfelrv
n't It ft grind a-Bd beavenlr feel
torn history ot th4 -world. Mutton
tis4 It anil It nrer alls. lAita
-wear itmaller fhoa and have palo-
ttt9 Ut. Yf'O Old UilOTTM AOS.
Tovnr MtirwM forget pur tot as4
111 irtiKj- U COIU. XiTtWXKlT,
wun a corn or cauns neAs ueu
It" W will all walk about aivt
enor tnrseUtm a wn did without
corns.. ot a bottle todar from yoar
druftut, or nt on receipt of prlo
lie Is all 70a need to par.
Sold in Hopkiiovfll ' and
r.. lAwrrnci u o., (.iicaco, lit.
mended as the world's
remedy oy L L ELGIN,
Private King Acquitted,
Private George King, formerly of
Lexlng'ori, now of C Cnnipwy, On
lundrcd an-l Foitt -ninth Infanlry,
tlanri ncquittefl of the murder of Po
lice Sergeant Chris Kolnoven at New
port, Kv., Julv 11 hts.
King was tried by court martial at
Camp Shelby. MIs., Nov21, arfd the
eclslon made t that lime was itffirm-
ed by the officials higher rp
We have a Inrj? asiortment
of Wrist. Wa'ches at good val
ues. KOLB&HOWE, Jew
elers and On'ici.mr.
Hnbrn, VI miles fnulhwo't o' Je
rusalem, where Atraham was buried,
nas been occupied by the British,
A Nashville Infant fell Into a bucket
of water and was drowned.
NEW JEWELRY STORE
KOLB & HOWE
Jewe'ers and Opticians
In cur new
will please ev
Our line of
cut g' ass, jew
See our Stock
fore you buy. Every
Ptart 344 No. 8 Main St.
Gm. K!b Walter Howt
1 I 1 "J'
ins Ajia vm i cvsk
Sccwb m Om Ciij.
Kitherin" Fo. wteow of tie hie
John Fox, Ned Satsnlay n'tzh" at her
fera6fo Gain-ftHe, aged 68 years.
Shft wa Doorfr. oroviderf,forarxl tb
zro weather evidently bad m'ocb to
do W)tii bee deatb, as she was feeble
and lacked the means of keeping her-1
Malt Gbolson Dead.
Uitt Gfiolon, an aged negro, said
L? be part Indian, was found dead in
the road near the Dalton quarry Fri
day morning, by Frank Yost and
Henry Reeder, two boys. Gholson
liVed some distance beyond the qoar
ry and had evidently expired sudden
ly. He was subject to spells and one
of these probably carried him off
while be was alone on the road. The
boys reported the matter and the
body was removed to bis home. Fol
lowing the night rider raid, which oc
curred. 1007, Gholson was arrested
and tried for having a part in the
raid but was acquitted. He was ac
cused of having stood guard on one
of the streets. The day upon which
he died was the tenth anniversary of
Deaths at Camp Shelby.
.Camp Shelby, Miss., Dec 12.
Two deaths from pneumonia were re
ported at the base hospital Sunday.
Private Charlie A. Renfree, Company
L 150th Infantry, of Honeybee, Mc-
Creary county, Ky., and private
Grant A. Riley, 137th Field Artillery,
of Mayfield, were the victims.
Gov. Arthur Yager, of Georgetown,
Ky., for five years Governor of Porto
Rico, is coming hpme December 28
to resign on account of falling health.
Is the Place
We have moved into our New Store and are
Now Ready to give our customers the very best
We invite you all to come in and see the won
derful assortment of Useful Gifts we show for Men
. ' 4 I-
This year we have made a special effort to equip
our store with useful things for the Soldiers at the
front, also for the Men and Boys at home who are
doing their Bit.
We are ready for you and are waiting to see
your smiling face.
Every CHRISTMAS thousands of dollars are sDent in maM ifj gilts that
aiford only TEMPORARY pleasure to Uij person rsce ving th u t thre
is no other class of merchandise that will give as ma y years of c j yment and
service as Jewelry. ,
What other gifts can you purchase even at GREATER cost i ht will bring
back as fond recollections of the giver as a ring, a watch or a pirco of silver?
We are prepared, to 'furnish you with useful and attractive pre; "ts for each
member of the family gifts that will be appreciated and chen e I. Step in
and examine our complete and varied line of Diamonds, Watd New and
Up-to-DateJewelry, Silverware, etc. Our prices will surely intetv c you. '
James Hv Skarry,
T n I
I iKBthf From f4
Prof. Jray III.
Prof. Will E. Gray, principal of the
Belmont School,-has been very ill
for several days with a complicated
case of uraemia poison. His condi
tion was somewhat better yesterday,
but he is still very ill.
Come in and see our new
store and new stock. Every-
hing guaranteed. KOLB &
HOWE, Jewelers and Opti-
for the Man's Present
oiuie rur men.
THE IDEAL GIFT
The Leading Low Priced Jeweler
NO. 15, EAST 9TH ST.
Last Surviving Member.
John Camm, 75 years old, said to
be the test surviving member of the
squad of Union soldiers that actually
captured Jefferson Davis, President
of the Confederacy, near the close of
the civil war, died in New Orleans
Saturday, after a long Qlness. Camm -
was a sergeant in the Union, army.
He was a native of England.
Robb Flynn, aged 50, fell oil the
pike near Frankfort and was frozen