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II07 MRS. DOYD
Canton, Ohio, "I suffered from a
female trouble which euid sne maeh
sulTering, ud two
that 1 would here
to rJ through m
operation before I
could get wlL
"My mother, who
hM been helped r'
L J. HARRIS
WILL BE HERE TODAY TO AS.
SIST IN MAKING OUT IN
COME TAX RETURNS.
pound, edrlaed mo
to try it before sub
mitting to an opera
tion. It relayed me
from my trouble
o T ran do my hone work without any
difficult. I advtae any woman wbo is
afflicted with female trouble to j1e
Lydia E. FlnkhanTs Vegetable Corn
found a trial and it will do a much for
them." Mrs. Maw Botd, 1421 6th
St . N. E., Canton, Ohio.
Sometimes there are serious eondi
tiona wbero hospital operation la the
avly alternative, but on the other hand
ao mang women have been cured by thia
famoua root and herb remedy, LyJia E.
Fink ham 'a Vegetable Compound, after
doctor hareaaid that an operation waa
seceeaarr every woman who want
to avoid an operation ahould give It
fair trial before submitting to such a
If complication exist, write to Lydia
Plakbam Medicine Co., Lynn. Maac,
for adricex The mult of many year
experience i at your service.
la Circuit Ceart.
.'March g, 1918
F. M. Brown vs. Ky. Fublic Ser
vice Co. Motion to strike by plain-
W. H. Jones v. C. D. McQuary.
Defendant files answer.
Thos. Cook vs. C. O. Pitzer, et al
Report guardian ad litem filed.
Liunlap & Ilanratty vs. Mitchell
Hille Jury awarded verdict for
laintiff in the sum of $300.00. De
fendant enter motion for new trial.
J. I. Major vs. Ward Claggett
Caea Docketed For Today.
H. M. Brown etc. vs. Ky. Public
J. I. Major vs Ward Clatrgett.
W. H. Jones vs. C. D. McQuary.
Mxiricanneld Dept. Store vs. A. H.
The grand jury reported a large
auiT.ber of indictments in court yes
terday. Among them were charges
against Peter Sims and Geo. Owens,
both colored, for breaking into the
bouse of Loman Armstrong and
tueai.nir dynamite. The other indict
ment are not yet open for publica
Deputy Collector L. J. Harris
authorizes the announcement that he
will be at the County Assessor's of-
" Satnrdav. Marrh 0th. fop on
day only and will assist the tax pay
ers of Christian eounty in making
ont their income tax returns.
Thia ia an opportunity that should
not be overlooked by thoee who have
not filed their return.
fOUOWKC THE flit
Richard Durrett, Jr., who volun
teered for marine service, passed the
examination at Nashville, and ia here,
awaiting orders to report at Paris
Islands, for training.
Only 23 of Henderson county's
2370 registrant failed to return
John W. Breathitt, second son of
Judge Jamea Brethitt, left yesterday
for Columbus, O., to enter the train
ing school for the aviation corps
at Ohio State College. He has been
sccepted as a pilot and will later go
to a training camp. He one of the
city's most prominent young men.
Dr. F. N. Stites has been advised
of the safe arrival of his son James
Stites on the other side. He is in
the aviation aection of ' the signal
corps. His brother Joseph Stites,
reached France a few weeks ago
and a letter haa been received from
Durward Cayce and Bugler Kemp
left last night at midnight for Camp
Shelby after a ten days' furlough.
fRINCESS THURSDAY AND
FRIDAY, Mae. 14-18.
(Furnished by Whitfield Bros.,
Odd Fellows Bldg.)
W. A. Storms and wife to E. D.
LmUr. parcel of land in Christian
J. E. Tucker and wife to W. A.
fresnell. 71 acres near Pond River,
Jas. M. Corlley and wife to Zonie
tTact of land near Tond River,
C. R. Adams and wife to LouUe
itegar, 135 acres on Miller' Mill
W. R. Payne and wife to J. L.
Ea.. 42 acres, 7 miles north Hop
L. R. Davis and wife to II. (I.
CUjton, deed of correction f'r 73
ere land in North Christian.
MRS. BOWLES TO ADMINISTER.
Mrs. Jessie II. Bowles has qualified
sts administratrix of the estate of her
te husband, W. R. Bowles.
Open. High. Low. Close
May ...127 127 127 127U
March 92H 92 91 91
May 90 90V 89V4 89V
May 48.70 48.75 48.S5 48.55
May 26.30 26.30 26.15 26.15
May - 25.37 25.37 25.17 25.17
May 8.55 8.55 8.54 8.54
Sept 8.61 8.67 8.61 8.67
Dec 8.73 8.76 8.73 8.76
FROM SLACKER TO SOLDIER.
Calvin Danforth, colored, 24 year
old, who failed to register for the
draft last June, was arrested yes
terday and will be sent to Camp
Zacliary Taylor today. Danforth
pleaded guilty, but gave as an ex
cuse that ne was sick at tne time.
However, he says he is ready and
willing to go and fight.
WOMEN'S MISSIONARY SOCIETY.
The Women's Missionary Society ;
of tne Methodist church will meet .
Monday March 11, at 2:30 P. M.
Every member is urged to come and !
bring some one with them. '
Annette Kcllerman, peerles cham
pion of natatorial skill, grace and
daring. Venus of the realm of Nep
tune, and world famous exponent
of swimming, diving and aquatic ac
complishmtnta. The mention of the
name of Annette Kellerman ia an
assurance of something that Is ex
traordinary in amusement circles.
Her greatest triumph in the space of
her brilliant and remarkable career
ia in William Fox's Million Dollar
Picture Beautiful, "A Daughter Of
The Gods." In the annals of the
creation of sumptuous, magnificent,
coatly and superb cinema spectacle,
never has there been a more remark
able production. Lavish in scenic
splendor, wonderful in aquatic ac
complishment and overwhelming in
its ' massive opulence and unrivalled
The very last word in spectacular,
and scenic wonders. A tremendous
sensation which had a run of 12
months in New York, 10 months in
London, 8 months in Parte, and 6
months In Chicsgo. This superb at
traction will appear in our own eity
on Thursday and Friday of next
week, March 14 and 15.
I And Only Here Such Blouses dt $1.00
.. true to thilr name
jour nv styles
WOMEN SOLDIERS GOOD
AS MEN, "VET DECLARES.
(By tateraatioaal New Service.)
Denver, CoL, March 8. That wo
men make as good soldiers, a men
is the belief of Mrs. Mary A. Davis,
eighty-two years old, of Denver.
Mrs. Davis is a veterane of the
Civil War. She waa a member of
the Sixty-eighth Illinois Infantry for
more than a year, posing -a a man
and taking part in a score of en
gagements against the Southern
force. Her identity wa discovered
when she fell on the battlefield
fighting with Sherman's marchers
to the sea.
0 where you will the Nation over and you will nowhere find waists that in real ; t
service giving and value giving qualities, rival the Wirthmor that we and we
alone in this city-sell at $1.00. Add to this qua'ity excellence the fact that th
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Blouses always embody the newest and most wanted style notes and you will readily ?
understand why the Wirthmor is the most popular and fastest selling $1.00 Waist in
. . C. f. " ai
Metcalfe' flower are the finest
ever grewa aad price a little lower
thaa you cam buy the aaaae stock
Theda Sara, whose rams a a
motion picture artist of the 'first
magnitude, is international, appears
in "The Tiger Woman," a Wm. Fox
production of great brilliance. The
story wss written by James W. Ad
ami snd is one of the most fascinat
ing narratives adapted to the screen.
The locstions accurately depict im
portant scenes in Monte Csrlo, New
York -and points in Russis. The
scenic effects and costumes are lav
ish and costly: while the cast is
unusually large and composed of
many well known screen stars.
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DIED AT MAYFIELD.
The Mayfield Messenger notes the
death in that city a few days sgo
of Mr. Frank T. Gorman, formerly
Of this citr. Her tmahanJ n.
well known tailor, Mrs. Gorman was
55 years old an4 seven children sur
vive her and also five step-children.
FARMERS I .NOTICE I
Having been appointed Emergency
Agent Seed Corn Campaign for
Christian county, I will this after
noon at 2 o'clock in the County
Court room at the courthouse give
a short lecture on how to test seed
corn. - - Please be on time.
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