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April 4. I'HS
CHA3. M. MKAI'IIAV
KJ-tor, Chae. M. Mearham.
H. A. Robinson. Aas't KIit.
KntevtHl at tHs il.pk.nvil)e Post
office Second ( Inae Mail Mslter.
"A spumed to;;i5 "
Says Ifiito Uir Wfco, Or Doc
tor's AdTKt.Ttok CardaJ
Ab? Ji K.w W.H.
tllimo. Tena. Aboat 19 years a9
f tu , .' aara Mrs. J. B. Oadd. (
thla place. "I suffered wlta pain In
Z .. " " I Dir loft aid, eoald not sleep at night
ativa In 1S8.
auiauie iwmorrai i n i . ............ . , r. i
aa tha South Kentuckii.r. IH7-J It ort l-M wets wOirM. I
ihbo r... i.Nu in i vi7 aa H- took roe tollle, whir b,tped me sad
4 Year of futlicalW
Oae yaar -ail
Oma yaar l. aarrier 500
Skertar trn al proportional,
Advertising Kat.a Arplicatioa
2IZ SOUTH MAIN STREET.
WATCH THE PATH Aftrr yojr
name, rrnrw promptly, and not miss
nunibr. The Postal roiriLiitiuitt
require uhornpiiona to H paid in
ftnr mr baby ratne, I
and Utter, but the pain
I at first let It ra, but began to art
wrss. and 1o a run-down condition.
ao derided to try soma more tardnt.
' Mch I did.
Thla lut Cardal which t took made
Ilia much better, to (art, cured me. It
nut been a number f yar. ttiu I
bare no return of thla troujle.
I feel It waa CaHut that currd ma,
sad I recommend It aa splendid fe
I)on't allow yoararlf to become
weak and rundown from wnma.il
truihlea. Take Cerdul. It should sure
ly help you, aa It his so many thoe
sitmln of other women In tb jut 49
years. Mea.lvb. torksrhe, sldeachs,
rrrTournrra, 'erplenafieea, 1 1 redout
f'-eiin--. ara all slims of womanly trou
ble Other women ret relief by taking
Cardut Why Joa? All drncclnts.
Thif Datwrr has enlisted
vrith the government in the
cause of America for the
period of the war
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"w 1 ,'a'..J.'i. :
"Over the Top"
By Ai America" Soldier
ARTHUR GUY EHPET
U scAta Caenr Strtlnf Im Freac
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FOKE OR FOSII.
larking la low Volcee. I reeogni"
Cnrporal Conk, an anient "sight raid
er." lie beard my and
ram to Ute ele of the bole. I ex
plained my predlranwnt aad amid l
of Impertinent remark a, which at the
time I did not raarejt, I waa soon flatted
Taking off our boots, w sneaked Into
tha ward. I waa sitting oo my bed In
tha dsrk, just starting to amlrena.
when the roan next to me, "dinger'
Phllllpa, whinnered. " "Op It, Tank, re
cornea tha matron.
I Immediately got under the rorera
and feigned steep. The matron atnod
talking la low tones to tha night noma
and I fell asleep.
When I awoke la the morning the
night sinter, an American, waa bending
over me. An awful eight met my eye.
The coverlet on the bed and the ahfet
were a mass of mud and green slime.
She was a good sport all right ami
h untied to get clean clothes and sheets
so that no one would get wise, but "on
her own" she gaee ma a good tongue
Inshlng bnt did not report me. One of
the Canadians In the ward deecrlhcd
her as being "a Jake of a good fol
Next visiting day I bad aa awful
time explaining to my visitor why I
bsd not met brr at the appointed time
And for a week every time I paseed
a patient he would call, "Well, welt,
here's tha Tsnk. Hop you are feel
ing well, old top."
The eurgenn la our ward waa an
American, a Harvard nnlt man, named
rroet. We nicknamed blm "Jack
rroaL" Ha waa loved by alt If a
Tommy waa to be rut op be bad no ob
jection to nndrrgnlng the operation If
"Jack rroet" was to wlild the knife.
Their confidence In hi in waa pntlirtlc.
He waa the best sport t have ever met
One Saturday morning the command-
I ant and some "high up" officers were
Inspecting the ward, when one of the
patients who had been wounded In the
bead by a bit of (hrnpu L fell on the
floor In a fit Tbey brought blm round,
and then looked for the ward orderly
to carry the pntlent bark to hla bed
at the other rnd of the ward. The or
derly waa nowhere to be found like
our pollceuwn. I hey never are when
needed. The olhcera were at a loss
how to get Palmer Into hla bed. Itoc
tor Front wna fidgeting around In a
nervous manner, hen suddenly with
a muffled "d n" and a few other
Leaves Tha To as Smooth as th
Pal at of Tour Hand.
The corn never Itrsw thst "ne-II-
will not WrL It nnvnr trrllalne
the Menh, never taahes voar ( er,
Jnnt I we flrope ef "itats-lt ana
Creatot fan eorn-at vaatah,
burtt yea can pm ibe aora dak
( To (iencral Koch,
I'll dine in Tans,
Thst's no juke.
Says Central Koch,
Stop where you are,
top now, be gosh.
Daniel W. Iloan, Socialist
0prrabi, lull, at Anaar ur mtn
One vcy nlclooklng, overenthunl
astlc young thing, stopped at my bed
and asked, "What wounded you In tha
In a polite but bored tone I an
swered, "A rlflo bullet."
. With a look of dlxdaln she paseed
' to the next bed, first ejaculating. "Ob I
' Only a bullet T I thouulit It was a
nln II." Why she should think a shell nnnllfvlns adlertlve. lie st.wiiel .ln
J wound win more of a dlntlnctlon beat a ;nnl t.n.k the man In his arms like a
"''. I don't see a whole lot of differ- hnliy he was no fenther, rlther and
ence niynelf, j ntngirered down the ward with him, put
The American Women's Wr honpl- Mm In bed and nndrewd lilm. A low
tal wan a Iniiven for wounded men. niurmiir of approval mine from the pa
i Tin y were allowed every privilege poe- limits. Nirtor Front got very red, and
slide conducive with the rules snd mill- us aoou ts k" hud fliilxlu-d uiulna- lug
I tnry dim Ipllne. The only fuult waa i I'uliurr. hurriedly Ivfi the ward.
I that the men's pnxnes were n,ntrlct'd. j
i To get u pnn rc-jnlred an art of par-
I ll.i ut. Touiny tried ninny tricks to I
nur. mil inn ruimiinn mini, siii oiti ' w
off with your Tnaar ant there yoa
era pln-lme anl bappr. with the
l,H aa smooth arid eorn-fraa mm year
palm. "Oats-It" la the only safe
way In the world l traat a corn er
callue. li s the sure way tha way
that nevar falla. II is triad and true
eaeit by tnllllnna avary year. It
atwavs works, "tlats-ll" mak.a eat.
ting anil dlsslne? at a corn an1 fuae
Ine with banitanrs. aalvra or anr
tblnr elne anttralv unneraaaary,
"Oets-lt" la sold by all driissints
voo nvod par no mora than
eantat. or II will be aent direct Vy
E. Latwrsnca ft Co.. Chlcsgo. 111.
Sold in lloiikinnville and reccom-
niended as tho world's best corn
remedy by L. L. Kl'n.
1 ne wound m my fine hnd a i moat
he:ilel n ml I wua a horrlhiviookiiic
-llit the left t'liiek twlxtetl Into a
knot, I lie eye pulled down, and my
mouth pointing lu a north by north
west dlr-ciloti. as very ibiwulieart
l am) could ImnKlne in.va.df during
the. rtKt of my llt being shunned by
a!) on veoiiut of I lie repuUlve scar
IhH-tnr Knt uriiint:el for no to go
tu the t'mnlirldco Military hoapltul at
Ald.'rliot for n 'picj il operntlon to
try mid mnke (lit- :Kiir presentable.
I nrrlved at the honpltul and got an
awful nhH'k. The fMKl waa pour and
the dlMilpllne ahtiormnlly strict No
imtlent wns allowed to sit on his bed,
and smoking wns permitted only at
cert nI n ilenik-niited hours. The face
specliillnt did nothing for me except
to look at the wonnd. I ninde appli
cation for a transfer back to Paignton,
offering to psy my tranortntlon.
This offer wns aceepted, Blid after two
weeks' aluuiiee, once agnln I artlved
In Munncy wnrd, all hoe gone.
The next tiny after my return Doc
I iwier war oiticer, wna wise to tuera all, , a
M.tr Frank A. Haearty, Kepuli-1 BI11 lt t lc a uew and clever rune to1
liran candidate f r re-election, was, nmke nlm anix bin signature to thai
drftated in the Hartford, Conn., city c,,,,.!,.,! Hn0 of iaier.
PATRIOTIC COMMUNITY REVIVAL
elect ''on by flirhnrd J. Kinsella, Pem
orrat, bv a majority of 355. The
chief fifht was over Town Clerk,
John V Cleason, Pcmocrat, winnitii;
over Henry F. Smith, Kepulilirun,
by S,3H0. 1
The allied armies, ro-ordinnteil un- :
der tlen. Foeh. are determined to i
hurl the enemy back ami force a mil
itary victory before Anieins. The!
bull en the battlefront now forohad-1
ows the great storm that is to come.
The I'nited Stnti-s has declared that ,
it will Rive Its full strenirth to the:
endeavor and thousands of Ameri-1
can soldiers now nre marching to
the front eaper to get at the Huns.
Secretary of War linker on Tues.
day vwted the Italian frrfnt. Ac
companied by Amb:iiwador Pit ire, he
called upon Gen. 1is at hcnilnunrt-1
era, snd Utter saw the Itukn of Aosta, I
brother of King Victor Kmnianuel. ',
Mr. Baker visilad Venice and ssw ,
the destruction wrought in the Ad-
As soon as It would get dnrk many a
patient !IiiiIhmI over the nail and went
"on his om ii," r'4:irdle4M of ninny alfc'ua
nrv'iii: ti 1 lit In the fnee, "tint of bounds
fur iniiiciits." ;! i itl ly the numes
were liHikim; the other wny when one
of tlicxe nlflit raids Kturtetl. I hope
this Informnllon will get none of them
Into troiihle. but I cannot r"lHt the
temptation to let the commandant
know that occasionally c put It over
on til mi.
One uftcrnoon I received a note,
through our underground channel, from
my female visitor, asking me to sttend
a party st her house that nlvht. I
answered that she could exect me Slid j
to mis t me at a rertnlu place on the j
road well known by all patients, and
Borne visitors, us "over the wall." I !
told her I would be on hand at seven-
About scvcn flfti-en I sneaked my
overcout and rap out of the ward and
bid It In tho bushes. Then I tidd the
nurse, a particular friend of mine, that
I Wm tf,,l,tir r,.P a rlk I, ll.u
nstic city. He left lor Koine..- "",""""', "'
-u i,. uiit it ..., the Kinir. I l,,'n- Khe winked and I knew that ev-
after which he will return to the!
The Community Revival to Begin at the Tabernacle
Next Sunday Evening at 7:30 Will Have In the
Truest Sense the Patriotic Phase.
IV men i who failed to make in
come or rxresa prulita tax returns
by April I sre to be given one more
chance and will bo prosecuted yet
"Collectors have been directed,"
Revenue Commissioner Koper an
nounced, "to permit delinquent tax
payera to submit with Into rvturns,
if hied immediately, statements
showing muHi of dtlinciucnry. These
statements will bv given full con
sideration in the dele rmirvition of
erythlng was all right on her end.
doing out of the wsrd, I lpied Into
the bushes and made for the wall. It
waa dark us pitch and I was groping
through the underlirush, h. n sudden
ly I nti'ped Into apure Slid felt myself
rushing downward, a horrible bump,
and blackness. When I raiiio to my
wounded shoulder wss hurting horri
bly. I was lying against a circular
wall of bricks, dripping with moisture,
and far away I could bear the trickling
of water. I bad In the darkness fallen
Into au old disused well. Hut why
wasn't I wet? According to all rules
, i , t l
.11... -d m,.o,,t of La.e. Ill Ik 1 ""u" " ". rruapa
n 1 I was and didn't know It
Tha penalty fur late returns is a
fine of between t-'U and $1,0(1(1, the
amount to be vdtvrnuned by the
Havana Commissioners. In practice,
however, penalties ordinarily hav.j
been oaiilted. About 7.0(10,000 in
coma returns are believed to have
boon filed with revenue collectors
Tho number was so great that uflitinla
la co Hoc tors unices could not begin
to tabulate them or eatimute the in
SLACKER IS NO SLACKER.
- (By lateraatiexaal News Service.)
Connellsville, Pa.. April S. There
io a slacker her who is eager to take
a crack at the enemy, lis is Howard
SUckor, an Ameriran cititen. Slack
er has passed tha physical test for the
drafi and haa axpreased a desire to
go to the war.
As the shock of my sudden stop
gradually wore off It came to me that
I was lying on a ledge and that the
least movement on my purt would pre
cipitate me to the bottom of the well.
I struck a match. In Its fulnt glare
I saw that I was lying In a circular
bole slsiut twelve feet deep the well
bsd been tilled In I The dripping I had
btird cuuie from a water pipe over on
With my wounded shoulder It wns
ImiHMalhle to shinny up the pipe. I
could not yell for help, because the
reamer would waut to kuow bow the
accident happened, and I would be
haled before the commandant on
charges, i Jumi Duj to (r1n tmj be,r
It. with the forlorn hope that on of
the returning night raiders would pane
aud I could give him our usual signal
of "alas-e-e-e." which would bring him
to the rvsM-ue.
Kvery half hour I could bear the
rliM-k tu the village strike, each etrokt
bringing forth a muffled volley of
cui es on the man who had dug the
After two boura t beard two sua
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Tha community revival to begin
in the Union Tabernacle next Sunday
evening at 7:30 will have in the tru
est Sanaa tha patriotic phase.
Tha Kev. Mr. Waters, who Is to do
moat of tho preaching, has made
known his desire, that out of the
evening; Incidental collections and all
other money that may be collected
and turned over to the parties con
ducting tha meeting fop servic ren
dered In an effort to advance the
rauaa of Christ In the community.
that one tenth will be turned over to
the local Red Cross Chapter, to be
used in tha great Rod Cross work,
while wo teutinue Ut tight our vic
torious butt lea against a cruel and
Hell hd Autocracy.
Many who l.sve had the privilege
to hear both "Hilly" Sunday and
Mr. Waters, say, should Mr. Sunday
be taken out of one of his great
meetings, and Mr. Waters, put in,
that Waters Would out lose a man aa
far a attendance is concerned.
let's learn if these statements are
true by going out to bear the much
This is a meeting for all, may all
come, and may all pray that every
sinner in the city and country around
The Hist service will be Sunday
evening at. 7:30, April tha 7th.
lor natt aiofvi I i.l toy I'd iiml a-i.l;
"Well, Emper. If y q r ant me to (ry
and aee what t ran tin with that Scar
I'll do It but yoo art taking an awful
I answered: "Well, doctor. Stave
Itrodle took a rhanre; be halls from
Mew York and an do L"
Two day after tha andertaker
quad carried me to the operating
mom or "pictures," aa we railed theia
bees use of the funny films wo aee un
der ether, and tha operation waa per
formed, It waa a wonderful piece of
Tha Author Just Before Leaving for
surgery and a marvelous success.
From now oo that doctor can have my
Mora than once some poor aoldlrr
has beea brought Into the ward In a
dying condition, resulting from loan of
blood and exhaustion caused by his
long Journey from the trencbea. After
an examination the doctor announces
that the only thing that will save him
la a transfusion of blood. Where It
the blood to come from? lie does not
hnve to wait long for aa answer sev
ers 1 Tommies Immediately volunteer
their blood for their mate. Three or
four are accepted; a blood teat la
made, and next day the transfusioo
tnkea place and there la another pale
fare In the ward.
Whenever bone la needed for aom
special oiieraUon, there are always
men willing to give some -a leg If
necessary to aave aoma mangled mats
from being crippled for Ufa. Mors
than one man will go through Ufa with
a not her man's blood running through
bis veins, or a piece of hla rib or bis
shlnbooe In hla own anatomy. Borne
time be never oven knows tha name of
Tba spirit of aarrlfica la wonderful.
For all tha suffering caused thla war
la a blessing to England It baa made j
new men of her sons! baa welded all
claasea Into one glorious whole.
And I can't help saytng that tha doc
tors, sisters, and nurses la the English
hospitals, are angela on earth. I love
them all and can never repay tha care
and klndneas abown to me. For the
rest of my life tba Red Croaa will be
to me tha symbol of Faith, Hope and
After four months It) tha hospital, 1
went before an examining board and
waa discharged from tba service of bis
Hrltanulc majesty as "physically ttnflt
for further war ae relet,"
After my discharge I engaged pass
age oo the American liner New York,
and after a stormy trip across the At
lantic one momentous day, lo tho base
of early dawn, I ssw the statue of lib
erty looming over tba port rail, and I
wondered If ever again I would go
"over the top with tha best of kick
and give them ben."
And even then, though lt may turn
strange, I waa really sorry not to ba
back In tha trencbea with my ma tea.
War la not a pink tea. bat In a worth
while cause like oura, mud, rata, coo
ties, sheila, wounds, or death Itself, are
far outweighed by tha deep tense of
aatlsfsctlou felt by tba man who does
Thera la ona thing which my ex
perience taught ma that might help tha
boy who may bava to go. It la this
anticipation U far worse than realisa
tion. In dvtl Ufa a man atandt In awa
of tha man above blm, wonders hew ha
could aver fill hla Job. When tba time
cornea ba rises to tha occasion, is np
and at It and la surprised to find bow
much mora easily than ba anticipated
be fills hla responsibilities. It la really
to "out there."
lis boa nerve for tba hardships : tba
Interest of the work grips him j be finds
relief In the fun and osmradeahlp of
tha trenches and wins that beat sort of
happiness that cornea with duty well
We offer Oae HuadrM Dollars ftewarg
tor aay ease ef Catarrh thai eaaaet be
seas ST Hall's Catarrh atadteiM.
Hall's Catarrh Mediciae baa beaa takes
by eatarrh suffarare tor the mm thirty-
are years. aa4 has bacaawe k ao w a as the
most rallabia reaaedy lor Catarrh. Hall's
Catarrh Madlrlne acta thrw the Blood aw
the ateas ewrfweee. aspatllas the Fas.
asa froas the sileea east baaMag the eie-
Artaa voa have taken naU'a Catarrh
ataaUraae tee a efeert Usee real wlU saa a
Srvatl tmprevaaneac la your gaearal
awith. Mtart tan las Ball's Catarrh at .da
eta at eace a4 et tat ef catarrh. Saat
Sov tMKIra.nl. la. frae.
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Exact Copy of Wrapper.
The Home Investment Agency
We fell, trade and exchange farms, city or in
Christian County Lands Our Specialty
We have tome splendid bargains in Christian
County Farms, also share of crop if , taken soon. See us
now for the best buy.
If you want to sell tjjat farm or heme, list it with
us at once. A careful salesman always ready for busi
CHAS. F. SHELTON, Manager.
Office Court St., South of Court House.
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 i
J. A. DROWNING, Jr.. Ass t Cashier
TIN WORK OF ALL KINDS
Roofing, Guttering and Repairing.
Plat Bed Steam Boxes.
Country Work a Specialty.
' HOPKINSVILLE, KENTUCKY.
Rear I. O. O. F. Building.