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March 14. 191.
FOUR MF.N ENROLL IN
i LADIES' TAILORING CLUn.
(Br Jateraatloiial New Service.)
Bprlnrneld, III., March 12.
While woman are taking tha plnrea
, ef men' as railroad flapmen, engine
wiper and yard hrlpera, tnen are re
'placing women a ladiea' tailor.
Four men have enrolled for the
"prlne; opening of tha Koister I-adies'
Tailoring Colic here. "Of course
l"er intend to complete the count,"
Spaamodic tftmp U
MMiallv rr.irvei fvifk
ft mm applimlifHi M -
Mr. Fay ilo Conley, ilean of tJo col
lege, anys. "It may mean a btjr
saving to them In alterations on
their wives' dresses.
Capital Stock $100,000
Surplus Fund $25,000
Sank 55 years Old.
Under today's new conditions,
those baring business interests require
a broad grasp of financial affairs.
For more than half a century, this
bank has a record of success.
Our officers welcoms consultation.
Start your account in this Btrong
bank THIS month.
. .We pay three per cent interest on
Put your money to work for you
NOW,- You'll be surprised how easily
and quickly it will assume big figures.
J. E. McPHERSON, President
L. H. DAVIS, Vice-President
CI IAS. McKEE, Cashier
II. L McPHERSON, Assist Cashier
City Bank & Trust Co.
Capital, Surplus and Undivided Profits
, - Bank Assets Over
The Largest of Any Bank in Christian County
The Long and Successful Career of This
Bank Recommends It As a Safe Depository.
W. T. TANDY, President
- JNO. B. TRICE. Vice-Pres.
IRA L. SMITH, Cashier
. . J. A. BROWNING, Jr., AmI Cashier
. The Very Latest Styles
It's an old. old eaylng that the people you
write to often Judge you by your stationery.
And there is a great deal of truth tn the
foot that stationery can be so chosen as to
reflect the best of judgment and taste.
Stationery suitable for one occasion may
fee entirely out of place for another. Then,
too, the styles in stationery change the same
as styles tn clothing.
To be sure that your stationery la right for
ail purposes, always buy It here.
J. . CI
. Use - ( 14 )&
I High Class l
fc STATIONERY Trr7i
to Create a liV l
Rained Missiles on Enemy Infan
try at Cambral
USES RELAY OF MACHINES
A Sm On Wh Crippled British
Airman Would Nurse It Him and
Bring Out Awothar- Iwoopa Down
an Germane Many Times, Crumpling
Up Kvary Attamptad Attack With
Hla Machine Oun Firs.
A stirring story of bow ona daring
British aviator. Ilka guardlao an
gel, held op for whole day repeated
winy attacka epon a weak and cnim
Ming British Una at Cambral In tha
height of tha desperate struggle there
by eslng four airplane, ona after an
other, aa thry wera torn and crippled
by enemy Ore, baa Juat coma to light
It ahowa that eome of tha moat darlof
and dangeroue alrplana work of tha
laat year baa been In tha naw Odd
of attacking enemy Infantry from toe
Tba Oermana were trying to recce
ar a portion of tba Inet Hlodenborg
line, poshing with a great weight of
men and guna at a point where It waa
very dlftlcnlt for tba British to bring
up reserves. The Drltlah battalion op
poelng tha attach bad guoa to earth la
little laolated fpota among tba aball
.bolea, grimly determined to bang on
to tha end.
; Tba German mseeee bad already
stored acroaa No Man's Land Into tba
battered aarthworka that one formed
the Drltlah firing tin. Other maaaea
were moving up In support, and al
ready the neareet ahell bolea ware
hearing and bolting over with reet
teaa beada and ahouldara of men about
to renew the advance. The barrage
jof tha Brttlab gone waa heavy, bat
Pt cloae quarters only Infantry can atop
la prograaa of Infantry, and tha Are
From tha nrltlah ahell bolea bad grown
(weak and etraggllng. It looked aa If
the scanty Drltlah llnea would bo over
whelmed by aheer weight of numbers.
Air Alive With Bulleta.
' Tha Ore from the Oermana Increaeed
until tha air waa alive with their bul
leta. It waa the concentrated bra
which alwaya precede the ruab to
cloae qnartera. Tba blue-gray figures
were already beginning to appear
above the ahell bolea, their looae flap
ping uniforms and hldeooa gas maaka
giving them the appearance of de
mons, when suddenly Into the emote
and murk of battle there dived a Brit
Fifty feet from the ground It flat
tened out and akldded along tba line,
dropping Ita bomba among the bewil
dered Oermana. Wheeling ewlftly at
the flank of the attack. It came aklm-
mlng back Ilka a awallow charging a
warm of fllea, Ka machine gnne en
filading the advancing foe and driv
ing blm back to hla burrows.
A atorm of German bulleta awept
through the planes, and a black flame
centered buret of enemy ahrapnel
mothered tha airplane In vapor. The
watching Infantry aaw apllntera fall
from Ita quivering frame and tha all
very fabric of tba nnderwlnga waa torn
In eeveral placea by ahell apllntera.
But the daring pilot finished hla course
and vanUhed Into the smoke clouds,
leaving the panic-stricken enemy cling
ing to hla ahell holee too ahnken and
thinned to preaa the attack further.
Little by little, however, the German
enpporta came up, advancing by abort
rushes over toe open, re-enforctng their
comradea in twoa and threes. In aplte
of British fire. Scores and "cores of
their dead littered No Mnn'a fond, but
gradually the atreogth of the attacking
line was made good, and the ahell bolea
again began to heave and boll, as men
rone from tha lower cover and laid
hold of the rltna to assist them over
Outweighed tha British.
Then, suddenly, they were over and
away, little spurts of humanity belched
out of the crater Held, coalescing Into
a seething blue-gray, rushing nwsa,
hopelessly outweighing the handful of
British defenders. But before the
inaaa could gain full momentum, a fa
miliar anortlng bum sounded above
the din of battle, and out of tha low
lying bate swept the covering airplane,
a new machine, but with the en me pi
lot aa before. Ilia boiulta dropping
among the advancing Geriuuna, dla
perslng those who escaped the flying
fragiueuta, and bla machine guna awept
them out of sight Into the shell bolea.
A bulf hour passed, and again the
enemy attempted to attack, this time
healtntiUKly and with diminished
spirit Attain the airplane appeared,
and the first rattle of bla guna sent
the Oermana Into cover again. A Ger
man airplane dushed down to drive
alio away, but another British marhUie
from the protecting patrol came down
on the Oenitan'a tall and sent blm cart
wheeling behind bis own llnea. There
were other Herman machines In the
olUng, but the watchful British fight
era made the enemy airmen ahy of toe
ing their altitude, and tha dashing
British pilot kept bla guard over the
threatened line without further luter
Many times be swept down on tha
Gennona that dsy, crumpling up every
ettemped erts'-k with hla Bre, ren
dering portions of thiHr positions uu
.i eltti Ids homlia often rocklug
uiailly lu the air guMs from a barrage
' . t M oft' 3 performing wild
In Fear Seconds
0s "Get-It" -Sea Corns Feel Off!
Ttie relief that "nete-lt" elvse
from enrn-pslns the wsr It makes
eorna ant calluses peel off pslnlese
y la ene pftm is ens of tits won
era at tli world. The woman la
rssl Kiakl OMT
saCm f I
the hnma, the ahnpper. the dsnesr,
tha font (ravslsr, the maa In (he of
Aeo, lha clerk In tho atore. tha
worker In ths shop, have tiw)y. In
this area! fllscovsrr. lls-Il ths
ana sura, quirk relief from all corn
ani esllus pslnsths ona sure, psln
leae remover that mskea eorna enme
oft aa easily aa you would pl a
banana. It takse 1 aaoonda to ap
ply "UtB-It it drtaa at ones. Than
walk with palnlasa Joy, avsn with
tlshl shoes. Ton know yoor earn
will loosen from your toe pest It on?
with yoor flnasra. Try It, corn suf
fsrers, anil you'll am 1 1st
-Oats-It- Is sold at alt dmaalsta
fyou nssd psy no mora than It canta
bottle), or asnt on receipt of prlea
by al tAwraaoe CV. Chicago. IlL
Sold In Uopkinaville and reccom-
mended as the world'a best corn
remedy by L. L. Elgin.
THE TRIAL OF
IS DRAWING TO A CLOSE AT
LOUISVILLE DR. BOARD
ON THE STAND.
The prosecution rested Tuesday
night in the court martial trial of
Maj. Milton Board at Louisville, aft
er ZT witnesses had been railed for
the prosecution. The defense began
with Capt. Banger Brown who waa
questioned concerning the records
filed at Washington in the case of
Otha Murray. Capt Brown testified
that all of tha forma forwarded to the
Surgeon General's office at Washing-
ton by Maj. Board wire satisfactory
and had been accepted.
lhe judge advocate asked ques
tions concerning the signature on
the forma Died by Maj. Hoard. Kf
forts were made to prove that Maj.
Board did not aign ail of these rec
ords and was negligent in permit
ting some irresponsible person to at
tend to that phase of his work. The
defense admitted that Maj. Board
did not aign a certain record.
Maj. Board himself took the atand
BRAVt TIGHTER OF SERBIA
Children Cry for Fly
Bergt. Maj. Flora Hsndea. who waa
wounded while flghtlng In the Serbian
army, receiving therefor tha Herblan
T, C medal, photographed while sell
ing programs at the war exhibition at
Burlington House, l-ondon. In aid of
the British Ited Cross.
NEW OKr ICE ROOM.
The office room in the Cooper
Building formerly used as the down
town office of R. K. A W. I). Cooper
is being overhauled for the Southern
Mineral Co., and other mining com
panies that use the same offlrea. It
will be moderniied in every way
and made the general headquarters
of several companies.
Tba Kind You Hare Always Bought, and which A been
in use lor over over 30 years, has born the tgnk j-9 r
- and hat been mad tinder hii per
fr jrfZ-fT1' . "nal nperrlsl0" 'c lnf"cy.
Wu(V 'UcAt no 0M , decelTt j0U ia thla.
All Counterfeits, ImltatJnns and " Jut-aviod M are but
Experiments that trifle with and endajiger tha health of
lalaiita and Children Experience agalnrt Experiment.
c What is CASTOR I A
Castorla ia a harmless substitute for Castor Oil, Paregoric.
Propa and Soothln Syrups. It la pleasant It contains
v neither Opium, Morphine nnr other narcotic substance. Ita
age Is its puarantee. For more than thirty yearn it nan
been in constant use fnr the relief of Constipation, Flatulency,
Wind Colic nnd Diarrhoea; allaying Feverlshness f rising
therefrom, and by rcRul.itlng the Stomach and Bowels, a Ida
the assimilation of Food; riving healthy and natural aleen.
The Children's Panacea The Mother's Friend.
GENUINE C ASTORIA ALVAY
'Bears the Signature of
In Use For Over 30 Years
The Kind You Have Always Bojht
Charier Nt). 3oT6
lU-scrve District No. 8
REPORT OF CONDITION OF THE
FIRST NATIONAL BANK
At llnpkinsville, in The Slate of Kentucky. ;i! I In- CI". f in iiu ss on Mrch 4, 1018.
Iwns and Hiscnunta (excejil thiise shown on li
t i 1 ri
C ASTO R I A
CHANGES GERMAN NAME.
' (By Intsrnational News Service)
Marietta. O., March 11. The
' German Methodist Kpiscopal
' Church, aa it waa known for
seventy -si years, has changed
1 ita name to tha Trinity Metho-
1 dist Church. The action waa
' taken berausa of feeling in this
aection against (ivrniany and
1 German names.
Total loans- .r.4,lt.l
(Br Intarnatianal News Service.)
Cincinnati. Ohio, March 12.
Doubt that will even be another "I'as
aion Hay" at Oberamnirrgau, was
expressed in an address here by Miss
Marie Mayer, who took the part of
Miss Mag'lalena at tha last presen
tation of the noted play. Many of
those who took part in the play have
either fallen on tha battlrnelila of
Europe, or ara now soldiers, accord
ing to Miss Mayer. Anton l-anif,
who took tha part of Christ in 1910,
ia now a member of the Red Cross
in tha field, aha aaid.
ANOTHER THEATER VICTIM.
Winchester, Ky., March IS. Al
bert Burria, VI years old, who re
ceived a scalp wound in the thrater
accident Suturdny ni?lit, waa taken
to the Clark county hospital for treat
ment. Ilia condition ia not regard
ed aa serious. Arthur Henry, broth
er of. Andrew Henry, who waa killed
waa reported critically ill. Mrs. Bak
er and Klliott Kcton ara better, and
tha condition of tha other patients
For Infants and Children
In Us For Over 30 Years
2. Overdrafts, secured, None; unsmirttl, $J.oUfi
6. U. S. BONDS (other than Liberty HoihIs of !i7:
a U. S. Ik Hid deiHisitiil lo sTiire circulation (vir value) k 7',(mn.fK)
b U. S. Bonds m d cert firates of indebtedness pledged to M-cure U. S
deposits (par va'ue) 1,1100 00
2 Premium on U. S. bonds
6 LIBERTY LOAN BONDS:
a Liberty Lwn Bonds, Hi porcenland 4 prrcvnt uniilt'iled, Ml.i .V) (Hi
d Liberty Loan Bond, 3) per cpii! and 4 per cent, pledged to secure Stale or
other deposits or bill payable
7. BONDS. SWl'RITIKS. ETC.: (oilier than U. S ):
e Securities other than V. S. Innds (not including stock! owned unpledged .. 2,.""n on
Total bonds, securities, etc
9. Slock of Federal R" erve Bank i.Vl pi-r cent, of subseriptinn'
10. a Value of bunking l-um J',.oil.Uii
b Equity in bankum house
11. Furniture and iixturci
12. Real estate ow.ied olher than banking houwo
13. Lawful reserve with l-wleral Keservo Hank
15. Cash in vault and ncl amounts due from national banks
16. Net amounts due from banks and bankers, and Iru.st comiunics other than
included in lUnia 13, 1 1 ami 15
18. Checks on other b ink in the same city or town a i reportm.' Dank (other
than Item 17)
Tolal of Items 14. I.'., Ut. 17 and 1R l:'7,;)(H.II
19. Checks on banks located outside of cily or town cd reportinc bank and
olher cash items
20. Redemption fund wit'i U. S. Treasurer and due from U. S. Treasurer
22. War Saving Certificates and Thrift Stamps actually owned
Capital stock paid in
a Undivided profits
b Less current ex?iics, inter id, and Ux s paid ,
Amou .t reserved for taxes accrmd
Cire laling notes outstanding.
DEMAND DEI'OSITS (other than bank deposi!.) SUBJECT TO RESERVE: (desits jiayable within 30 day):
34. Individual delimits subject to chick 430,070.48
35. Certificates of deposit due in less than 30 days (other than fur money
37. Caihier'a checks outstanding 68.4.9
Total demand deposits, (other than bank debits) subject to reserve Items 34,
35. 30, 37.38, 30, 40 and 41 It .5,510 87
TIME DEPOSITS subject to reserve (payable after 30 days, or
subject to 30 days or more notice and postal savings):
42. Certificates of deposit (other than for money borrowed) 128,716.79
45. Other time dcpoaiia 69,704.88
Total of time deposits subject lo Reserve, Menu 4.. . . IlNb.4SU.67
46. United States deposits (other than sstal savings):
c Other United Stitea deposits, includinc deposits of l'. S. d.-dmisini: ollicers 1,000.00 1.000.CO
50. Bills payable, other than wilh Federal Reserve Bank, including, all obligations
representing money borrowed, oilier man reinM"uni du.uuuuj
66. Ltabililiea oilier than Ihos above stated. THitial payments on Liberty Ikmd
Stati or Kentui ky, County ok Christian, ss:
I Bailey Russell. Cashier of tha abova named bank, do aolemnly swear that the abova ataUment la trua to
tha best of my knowledge and belief.
BAILEY RUSSELL. Cashier.
Subacr.bed and aworn to before me thia 13th
day of March, 1918.
K. U. CA1NES,
Notary Public, Christian County, Ky.
My commission expires January 16. 1922,
JAMES T. OARNETT,
J. W. DOWNER,