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R PLAU3E AND LAUCH3.
(Br lateraatioaal U.w. Service.)
Washlnifti, MMth . All la well
again at the Capitol Republlcane
'.n2 Dmofrk5 smile fraternally at
vT,of. Tha paper shortage !
over, and the Congressional Record,
with poems, obituaries, memorials,
etitiens, extension f remarks, ap
plausa, laughter and loud laughter
nd applause Is being printed to cap
acity. Transportation congestion cut
down the peculiar paper on which
tha Record is printed for a time, and
there were only enough for members
an dregular subsctiors.
jCerabr might make a most elo
quent speech,' and in revising It
acatter aquar . yards of applause,
loud applause and even uproarious
applause, and then not be able to ship
It back horn to show the folks what
a man he was. Representative
Moore, of Pennsylvania, protested
so rigorously that Chairman Barn
hart, of tha Printing Committee, felt
obliged to answer: i
. "Tha paper wa usa," ha laid, "la
rara ad hard to get. It la very thin,
wary light, and vary Uogn."
"It haa to be," said Repreaenta
tlva Madden of Illinois. ;
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. LOOKS FOR HONEST THIEF.
By lataraatioaal New Service.)
Hardin, I1L, March 6. On the the
ory that not all thieves are dishon
est, C. H. Lamar, editor of a paper
her. rJi advertised ba will leave tha
back jfor of his office open at night
so tht tha parson who stole Lamar's
laproba and horsa blanket can return
them. ' '
Dog Dies of Grief.
(By lateraatioaal News Servica.)
Denver, CoL. March 6 "Tiffany
aftox terrier dog, formerly the prop
erty of James Peters, is dead of grief.
Peters enlisted in the army early In
February. When he was ordered to
a training camp "Tiffany" was taken
to a home for animals. Although ap
parently perfectly h.athly, the dag
refused food and rpurned company.
Two weeks after the depirtura of
Fevers the territr died.
4 HoTDogs" Larger.
(By laleraaUoaal Naws Service.)
Connellsville, Pa. March 6. The
war has affected the size of wiener'.
f It has made them bigeer.
It takes time to measure and tie up
each little wiener in a long string of
"hot dogs," so the packers have hit
on l schemeof making the wieners
twjetheir forcer sizj and thus cut
the force in hlf.
Catarrh Cannot Be Cured '
With LOCAL APPLICATIONS, as they
cannot null the eat of tha dfr.aaa,
'ruiHii la a l.i. -al itiMtii anally In
flueaced br constitutional conditions, and
In erda to cure it you mut take an
Internal rarosdy Hairs caia n nui
cioa la tak.D internally and acta thru
the blood on tha mucous aurfama of tha
evetam. HaU'e Catarrh Madirine wae
praecrlbed by one of lha boat pby.lciane
la thla country for vaara. It la com.
poMd of some of tha beat tontca known,
oanblnad with aoma of the beat blood
eurtBara. Tha prfct combination of
lha InaradUnta In liall'e Catarrh Madl
In la what produca such wonderful
raeulte In catarrhal coodluooa. Sand for
taatunonlala. frae. .
T. J. CHENET CO., Pro pa., Toledo, a
All Lrutsta, :sc.
Halle t'uaUr PUla (or constipation.
ket closes - - ' , -
Hay don Produce Co.
-The Silo that gives you one
l uudred per cent food valua
. MiJeof California long pine
j.iJ ted wood, also Oregon
Robertson & Co.,
Pounds of Flour Saved
If each of our 22.000,000 families. use this recip f
Instead of white bread. , 4.'
. One loaf saves 11,000,000 pounds; three loaves a
week for a year means 1,716.000,000 pounds saved I
Enough to Feed the Entire Allied Army
I ca aara
1 eaa rye lur
2 Ublawpwoaw ea r
B teaspaooa Royal Bakiaf Pew Jar
20 to IS minutes
Our new Fed, Whitt and Blue booklet, "Rut War Time Bectpet,"
recipe for making dellclou and wholesome wheat taring toodt,
FOOD WILL WIN THE WAR
f - JCi-.. ret. mi'
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Though little is bfnrd atxiut It In cooipitrtiton ulth the moim-ntou luipiH-iilnga that dully wrur on the western
and euxt.-rn fronts, nn Important phase of the war la belnif conducted In Mesopotamia. A Urltlsh army Is stendllj
bauclng away nt the Turks, driving them further and further Into the deaert. V.lille the Tommies fighting In the
anw am) cold on the western front may envy their comrades In the Kuphwte-Tljrrl rnlley, the men flKhtlnit In
the tlert nre not having a picnic. They hnve more heat than they can aland; the arid cl.-n.rt N Intolerable to white
men. Yrt th-y r.re kecplns nt It. and thla ItrtMah official photograph fchown one ot their big field pieces. Just a" It
wns flr.-l, tnri' f the Turka step lively acrotia the sands.
TECHNICAL ALIEN ENEMY
NATIONAL CUARD OFFICER.
.(By International News Service.)
Denver, Col., March 6. Although
he haa an even dozen brothers serv
ing as officers in tha A ustro-Hungarian
army, George A Stadler drills
four nights a week as ranking ser
geant of Company F. Third Regi
ment Colorado National Cuard.
Technically, Sergeant 8td!er is an
alien enemy. He had not completed
hia citizenship at tha beginning of
tha war with Germany. Before com
ing to America Stadler served four
years as an officer of the Austrian
army. Hia first two years as a mili
tary atudent wera under the direc
tion of German officers.
FOR SALE Dark Cornish eggs
for hatching. S3 for 15.
PR. C H. TANDY.
tve, Ear, Nose and Throat
M. D. Kelly
DIAMONDS, FINF. WATCHES, .... , ..... , . . ,
bu.iae i hou.ee of established raputalioa tor hoaa.t and square
CLOCKS. JEWELRY, STERLING .
SILVER AND PLATED WARE d",lns' mi ,fc- r-UbU ' l """'l b'
. r. loo? yr cf txpr . Sack U tk Kout M. D. Klljr.
taV .t iaJ ia Hopkia.vUU ia 1803.
North Main Si., Opposite
Corn Bread with Rye Flour
1 cap milk
Barl.v Boar or oat flour may be aaad Instead of rye flonr with equally good
' results. Sift dry ineredienta into bowl) add milk, baa tan erg and malted
ehonenlng. Stir well. Put into greased pan, allow to stand in warm piaca
and bake la moderate oven 40 to 43 minutes.
POWDER CO., Dept 1L 135 William St, New York
TURK IN THE MESOPOTAMIAN DESERT
sl j a .
MEN FROM "SHOW ME"
STATE COT THE PROOF.
(By International News Service.)
Fredonia, Kan., March 6. Two
Missourians from SeJulia were in
Krcdonia to look over some oil leases.
They wanted to see Larue J Well No.
1, recently drilled in.
When they arrived at the well they
wera informed it was almost full.
The two men from the "show ma"
"Show us how full it is."
The bit was drawn up, a!. I the
oil spouted out ovtr the top cf the
That night a Fredonia tailor had
two jobs of cleaning clothing.
For Sale-registered Duroc boar,
splendid individual, 1G months oh).
Price $75. J. 0. Jones, Tel. 208
A share cropper to cultivate
about twelve acres of tobacco.
G. W. WILLS.
Practical Jeweler and
T-1 , MT-r-, isr1LT-r I uri
A Watchmaker of Acknowledged Superiority.
A DIAMOND EXPERT.
J3K.1 WHITE & CO.
tJbar.l assortment i'u'f j&2t
(Bj International New Service.)
Trinidad. Col, March 6. Although
farmers of the plateau section of
scutl.ern I.as Animas County, Col
orado, store no ice for summer use,
they are never without it during the
hot months. Dame Nature supplies
a free ice house big enough for the
'entire community. In winter months
a gale sweeps continuously across a
broad plateau to a mountain gap,
drifting snow into a great pile which
alternately melts and freezes. By
the end of winter tha gap invariably
'is chocked by a massive cake of ice
that does not disappear until late
Supply now on hand at Kentuck
ian off;ce at 2 to 4 centa each.
cr I - ... ik.
tun jo ry
NATURE SUPPLIES ICE.
Madison, Wia., March CTXTtLCnj
lour may be Wutconitln'a latent con
tribution to help Uncle Sam in win
Ding the war. Magnus Swenson,
State Food Adminstrator, has sug
vested to Herbert C. Hoover that
millers be ordered to manufacture a
Liberty flour, containing a stipulated
mount of wheat and substitutes, and
the National Food Director has an
nounced that this will be done.
Fasts For 35 Days.
(By lateraatioaal New Serrlee.)
DowDlerUJe. O'-Mirch A. Bao-
t'sle Logarmarsino has just gone
thirty-flve days without eating.
OPeriodically he makes up his mind
that he will do without solid suste
nance as a means toward longevity.
rreviouiy be has gone without food
forvarrying periods up to twenty
eight days and has thrived in the
Logarmarsino will not tell his real
age, but old residents ssy that he is
more than sixty.
Love or Draft?
(By lataraationat News Service.)
Los Angeles, Cat.. The war haa
caused a drop in the average age at
hich Los Angeles lovers marrv
from thirty-eight tot went v-one veara.
Three times as many youths under
twenty-one married here during 1917
as during any previous years, sccord
ing to figures just compiled by Chief
Marriage License Clerk Sparks.
NOW COMMUNITY CHURCH
(By International Naws Service.)
Denver, Col., March 6. From
den of iniquity into a house of wor
ship is the transformation recently
made of the old Petersburg road
housa on the outskirts of Denver.
When Denver was an "open" town
tha seven capital sins made their
headquarters at the Petersburg road
housa. Tha place has been the scene
of countless crimes. Property own
ers in the vicinity of the rondhouse
have purchased the old tavern and
turning it into a community house
of worship. It is to be known as the
The New Jewelry Store
Jewelers and Opticians
Diamonds, Watches and Jewelry
No. 8, South Main Street Hopkinsville, Ky.
We have a complete
ivory, soldiers supplies, musical instruments, etc.
Bring us your jewelry and watch work. Our re
pair shop is up to the minute, every article guaranteed.
Let us engrave your
wr Q - - Will'
mencement invitations, announcements, visiting cards.
Gold and silver plating
Our work and prices guaranteed.
One price to all.
GEO. KOLB WALTER HOVE
Do "your bit" and help
Buck Wheat Flour, Grits, Chopped I fominy, Corn Flakes,
Rice, Potato Flour, Roaled Oats, Rice Flour, Corn Starch
Barley Flour, Hominy Flakes and Rye Flour. -
BUTTER the finest you ever tasted. 15 cents
Smoked Sausage, Hog Jowls and Turnip Greens
AND ALL KIND OF GOOD EATING TRUCK.
Phone 116 or 336. We will appreciate your orders.
Premium Store Tickets Given With Cash Sales-
W. T. Cooper & Co.
abundant moiaiui e"k;
ult of recent heavy snows throusr-
out New Mexico, OovemoC W. u.
Lindaev haa iaaued a "foreword to
tha people of tha state urging them
to exert every anon to secure an un
precedented food crop for 1918.
Tha Governor arced eo-oneration
upon tha part of County DefertM
Conncila In fivina: every assistance
possible to tha farmers in order tnat
they may "accomplish a graat and
everlastina; service to the airricultiir
al interests of New Mexico,"
COCK FIGHT AUDIENCE '
HELD Vr BY BANDITS.
(By lateraatioaal Naws Service.) .
Greenvill. CAfff. March f
While snortlne- men from fwt'nfa If
Connecticut, New Jersey and New
lora wera enjoy ins; a series of coca
flehts in a barn near here ai hand.
its, heavily armed and masked, held
op wia entire party, obtaining sever
al thousand dollars. The automo
biles used by tha sporting- men had
oeen aisaoiea, preventing pursuit.
The bandits emntied their revolvers
and than escaped. Eleven sporting
men have been arrested for violating
tha law which prevents cuik fight.
EVENTS PORTABLE BRIDGE. .
(By lataraatioaal New Service.)
Eugene. Ore.. March . A Hirhe
portable bridge, especially fitted for
military ase ia field campaigns, haa
been invented bv E. H. MrAlliator.
engineering professor at the Uni
versity ot Oregon. Colonel John
Leader, retired English army man,
in charge of military training at tha
university, p raises tha bridge high
ly, and says it ia just the thing for
infantry advancing quickly over land
cut by frequent streams. Colonel
Leader has written Secretary of War
Baker recommending tha adoption of
the bridge by Uncle Sam's forces.
CLAIMS UNLUCKIEST TITLE.
(By International Naws Service.)
Pitcairn, Pa., March 6. George
W. Huff, a Pennsylvania Railroad
employe, lays claim to the title of
"unluckiest man." He was working
on an engine when a pinch bar
struck him on the cbin and knocked
him to the ground. In falling he
struck a piece of steel and sustained
a lacerated scalp, and when his foot
caught between two ties he was
thrown in such a manner that the
muscles of his back were badly
new line of jewelry, cut glass,
stationerv. weddino anA
of all kinds ASPECIALTYi
win the war. We can furnish