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WINNER. SAYS JUD
. LIVE WIRE
' KILLS THREE
J3AN CF ARC SPARED
(Ey lalraatiaat f'ews Service.)
Lou Angles. Ca!., March 8. A
nan w'.j ljf.M h i wife thr.iuih
-alienation of affection" ha. K,t SCHOOL BCYS AT PROVIDENCE ;
Bo'hinif he bin't bettor off without
There is no such thin at "dam
Cite" for lout love, because the
loaer hasn't been damaged. I
If another woman stent a husband
KXT TRAGIC AND SHOCK
IX Z D2ATH.
way the wife snouu consider ner
elf to he ronjrrntutnted, not pitiej,
over the loss of that husband.
Th' ia the novel aet ef theories
nrAr'iiniUJ litf Jtl tire J.m.a f? "
" " I - -' o-
of the Lea Angles
who believea that
federally will re f viae to hear aliena
tion of ajrection anl lost-love suits,
but will, instead, non-su.t them.
rriu'ence, Ky., March 8. Three
luie schoolboys wera instantly eleo-tr-cuteJ
Wednesday when they
I ought hold of a broken lira tele-
Super: r Court, phona wire, whtla on their way noma
in tima Judges from schooL
They wera: Haywood Clnrk, aired
10, son of J. E. Claik; Clifton Dor
ris, aired 9, son of Ed. Dorris, grocer,
and Alvin Cutainger, aired 11, aon
of Jeff Cutainirer, miner.
Light-heartedly, skipping down tha
street, achoolbooks under their arms,
l.ftU l,U witH rtii'litiah k.klf
.(B, International News Service.) M mbbed hou 0f th lnnocent.
Fanta Darbara, Cat, March 8. hooking wire dangling over the pave-
MONKEY3 START RIOT IN
CHURCH BY BITING GIRL.
The interest of Stanley McCormick,
millionaire, in nervous ejections and
tit subsequent purchase of a monkey
for study, led to a riot of nerves in
church here. Tha monkey wan
dered into tha church and bit Misa
Alma Barnes in tha hand and leg.
Then it charged several other per
sons. Finally Vincent Maulhardt,
lad to whom tha monkey had been
given as a pet, procured rifle and
Within an instant, the deadly wira,
charged with 2200 volta sa result of
being crossed with tha city light
wires, sent its ' destructive force
through the bodies of tha little
scholars, prostrating them on tha
Tha irony of tha fata is revealed in
the fact that tha manager of tha
telephone' company was hurrying
back to mend tha broken wira at tha
We Don't Solicit
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CIVIC LEAGUE ASK FOR CONTRI
BUTIONS TOWARD AN AM
BULANCE FOR WAR WORK.
The business of every man, but
we want the account of the liable
and trustworthy only. Always
ready, able and willing to assist
those deserving help, we have
doubled our deposits in the last
two and a half years, and point
with real pride to the standing and
a general character of our custom
ers. Are you one of them?
FIRST NATIONAL BANK
Of Hopkinsvllle, Ky.
The famous statue of Jeanne d'Arc,
by Paul Dubois, In front of the bat
tered cathedral at Reims. In som
parts of France devout people apeak
of the Jeanne statue In Rolras as
miracle, because although the cathe
dral has been scarred and shattered,
and every building around the square
badly damaged, the statue la un
touched except for few chips made
by fragments of flying atceL
l Sad Feet J SILx
A Complete Line of Remedies
It's hard to IhinK of any ailment more an
noying than foot troubles. Every step you
taKo la a constant reminder.
But there are now a number of good reme
dies on the marhet for affording: qulch relief.
And the price. In most Instances, Is very
We have a fresh stocK of all the best Known
corn plasters bunion pads foot bath tablets
foot powders and other preparations.
We also can supply you with salves lini
ments disinfectants adhesive plasters
'ime the accident occurred and wai
ir.lv a few minutes too late.
The broken wire was that of the
Home Telephone Company. Manager
Isaacs had been doing some work,
with an assistant, on the line when
he received word that his trouble
.-nan had been injured In another
part of the city, and was calling
for him. Without waiting to com
plete his work, he hurried to the
side of the injured man. His as
sistant was supposed to stay on the
job but left to follow him to s?e the
Mr. Isaacs was on bis way back to
fix the broken wire when the ac
cident cccurred, as he realized it
should be attended to before the
school children came out. He was
only few minutes too late.
Workman Barfly Hurt.
The trouble man, who was ser.-
uualy injured, was Wra. McCulley,
son of Jas. McCulUy, well-known
Vunlnejs man of Clay. Young Mc
Culley was at work on a pole, when
lie came in contact w.th a live wire
!I was hurled from the top of the
pole to the ground and was uncon
soil. us for some moments. He is
horribly burned on the hands and
art:. s, but will probr.bly recover.
The Civic League has given sever
al years of self-sacrificing labor Ir.
assisting the authorities to make
Hopkinsville bisrger. better, bus
ier and more beautiful town, and for
the first time asks that other citi
sens make' voluntary contribution to
an ambulance for the French front
which work has been undertaken
by the State Federation of Women's
clubs. The club women of the state
are giving freely of their time and
means to every cause connected with
the war, but the women of the Ken
incay federation want concrete
expression of their patriotism to
which they can point with pride.
lo finance this each woman Is
asked to give 25 cents. The Hop
kinsville Civic League would like to
do more than this and ao asks other
patriotic and public spirited citixens
to increase this to the sum of $100.00
which would be worthy gift to the
state work and to tha nation. Sums
from 25 cents up will be srladly ac
cepted . No extended canvaa will be
made but Mrs. II. M. Frankel as
chaJrasaa of the committee will re
ceive contributions. It is hoped that
people will respond gladly to. this
bit of effort.
The state president, Mrs. Lowndes
has started the subscription with
125.00 in honor of her son whose
health will not allow him . to go.
So many are similarly situated or
have no sons to offer that the fund
should be greatly augmented with
contributlona in place of service.
There are pienty of brave and will
ing men to risk their lives driving
these ambulances over the shell-
swept roads under the hail of enemy
fire to carry their catr.rades from the
trenches to the hospitals and dressing
stations. It seems that we should
give freely Indeed to the convey
ances to be used in this work of mer
cy and necessity. We know that 95
per cent of those who reach the care
of the doctors and nurses recover,
and it is up to these who cannot
go to send these messengers of sal
Let us have hearty responses to this
call, help our own boys "over there"
and give the club women of the state
and our local Civic organization
something to be proud of when the
roll is called of generous and time'.y
PLENTY OF LASTING SNOW
! WILL SAVE WHEAT CROP.
(By International News Service.)
Washington, March 8. rray for
deep snow and plenty of it until well
along into the spring. It is snow,
says the Department of Agriculture,
which will save or lose this year's
Winter wheat crop.
Until late in December the wheat
crop looked very bad the worst in
yean. Deep snow, which the late
James J. Hill always referred to as
the Northwest's bet protector and
fertilizer hns vastly improved the
aituation. If enough stays on and
the ground is not uncovered before
the heavy frost period is over, the
'crop will be a fair success. Planting
is 2,000,000 acres greater than ever
WOMAN SHOWS POLICE
HOW TO SHOOT REVOLVER.
( By International News Service.)
Portland, Ore., March 0. After
members of the local police depart
ment proved themselves poor shots
with a target range of 27 per cent,
for ten shots, Mrs. William C.
Crounse, of the Women's Protective
Division, went down to the police
range and plugged the bullseye ten
times out of ten shots.
KILL THE CHILL
These cool mornings by using a Gas Heater to
, take the edge off the room.
We have the famous "Hot Spot" heaters,
better. A call a our office will convince you.
Kentucky Public Service Cos
ADDRESS BY R. H. DANA.
( By International Mews Service.)
Milwaukee, March 8. Howard H
Dana, Cambridge, Mass., resident of
the National Civic Service Reform
League and author of the first Aus
tralian ballot law passed up his coun
try, spoke here today, before the
Wisconsin Civic Service League on
"The Merit System and the War."
Pon't Monkey With a Quack
REMEMBER DR. BAKER
Wlien your itove's out of order, no nauV ' JJ
from whom you bought if, our physician -5-con
diagnose ihe case and administer the ' '
- proper trea'ment.
FORBES MFG CO.
Phone 249 Incorporated Phone 249 .
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t. i 'at i.
The New Jewelry Store
Jewders and Opticians
Diamond?, Watches and Jewelry .
No. 8, Souih Main Street Hopkinsville, Ky.
We have a complete new line of jewelry, cut glass,
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 stationery, wedding and com
mencement invitations, announcements, visiting cards.
Gold and rilver plating of all kinds A SPECIALTY.
Our work and prices guaranteed.
One price to ail.
Amonjr the many monuments to General Sherman, the one situa-
tea in uuvary uemetery, Louis, is a most unique, compelling de
sign. The very character of its architecture seems to emphasize the
faithful and honorable spirit of this old warrior.
BARGAIN IN A FARM.
172 acres thr.. miles from Mop.
kiasvill on food pika. Nic. dwell
ing, larc stock barn and silo, two
.pl.ndid tobacco barns and cabins.
Wall wat.rad; 60 acres in wheat and
clover, IS acres timber. Possession
at once. Call Phone 157-2.
SEEKS DIVORCE BECAUSE
HUBBY TOOK 'HAIR MONEY.'
(By International News Service.)
Canton, O., March 6. Money was
needed, so she cut off her hair and
sold it for $5, Mrs. Wilda B. Bowles
alleges in her petition for divorce
Her husband, Homer D. Bowles, she
charges, took the money from her
and used it himself. Hence the Suit.
We believe in being
faithful to a trust.
V e believe in being
honorable in our
dealings. We do a
high- characte r ed
work at a reasona
McCLAID & ARMSTRONG
509 N. Main St, Iropkinsville, Ky. Telephone 490.
KELSEY IS POVLTRYLfiSS.
(By International News Service).
Kelsey, Col., March 6. Kelsey to
day is poultry less.
The high price of chicken leea
and the order of the Government
stopping the sale of wheat for any
except milling purpose Is responsi
ble for the disappearance of Kelsey a
Linhts for Home
We are in a position o sell
you Lard, Coffee, Meat,
Cabbage, etc., fcr less
money than you arc pay
ing now. Come to see us.
We will make you a price
in any quantity. Large
C. R. Clark & Co.