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April 4. I0IS
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Princess Today and Tomorrow
Alma Ruobons & Walt Whitman
Ceptivalinp; faroiitea In numerou ecreen autccMca IN
John Lynch ' Intensely Interesting mystery romance cf New York'
four hundred. Rex Tomorrow Wm. Duncan Carol llolloway in
Famoui Footlifhl Favorite' In Celebrated Broadway Successes IN
A rippling, peppery picture, dominated by the piquant personality of
ben itching pretty Itillie Hutke. Tlie picture you can't afford to mis.
Sic ry by Al.cia Ramsey. " ,
Adulti 13c, War Tax 2c. Children 9c, War Tax 1c.
; "A COUNTRY HERO"
Positively the funniest comedy of Falfy'a notable career. Two riot
ou reel of Joy.
lYIncess Salurdiy-NORMA TALMAGE in "THE MOTIL" A brill
iant ktory of Social Sine and Sorrow with an ending that thrill.
ClnrTft Hart, r;--jUr
.n. died ef pr.eirn-n: at
n .1 ( ihipp.nfc to the amount
' j 'j 1 I t ,n it to he lurnej over
: I n "f I State.
ore brilliant man "I'anlhea," more beautiful than "Poppy.
"THE TENDERFOOT," another Wolfville story by Alfred H. Leia.
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Exalted Ruler, Irn D. Smith; Ev
v. :h tecme.l lA'ailing Knight, Jno. W.
Breathitt; Enteemed Loyal Knight,
H. I.. Lelikueiher; Enteemed Irtur
ina; Knik'lit, C. V. (iuthrie; Secretary,
T. C. I'nderwood; Treasurer, Ha i ley
Rusiii'll; Tiler. Sum Firkcn; Trustee,
W. M. HuiiiiHk.
PAS. Exalted Ruler Smith announced
the following appointments: Chap
lain, Rev. (icoriru C. Alihitt; F.i-iiuire.
John C. ViniCleve; Inner (iuard. Mal
colm Krnnkel; Ornniht, Nick Slnilel-inan.
DESTROYED BY FIRE
NASHVILLE BASEBALL TEAM
LOSE UNIFORMS AND EQUIP
MENT IN FIRE.
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The niarrmt-e of Mian Pauline Mor
gan, of RuMt'llville, unil Mr. Wil
liam Hryun .Martin, of Central City,
Ky., Second Lieutenant in he .Tilth
Infuntry at Camp Zaehary Tnylor,
wim qjntly oleninieil at l.oumvillr
Tuevlay at the home of the bride's
uncle, Mr. W. I'. Kincheloe.
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ilous w.re Lmkiii, bu
ru nat hurt
'AiSk .and unskilled
Nashville, Tenn., April S. Fire
which atarted from an overheated
stove Monday niirhb shortly after
o clock destroyed the rlubhouae of
Uie Nashville Baseball Club in Sui
phurdell. All the uniforms and
equipment of the new recruits, to
gether with the gloves, bats and balls,
were consumed in the flames and the
daily prnetiee of the club will be
held up for several days. The dam-
111,'e to the equipment ia estimated
at $1.00(1 by Manager Kllam. An
effort will be made to borrow uni
forms from Vanderbilt University
temporarily and secure the available
supply of Imiebull equipment in lo
cal atures until the loss can be re
REAL ESTATE DEAL.
Radford A Johnson, agents, have
mild to T. K. Crennhaw a farm on
the Rumu'llville pike about 3 miles
rrom town. The conmde ration ia not
given but the impression ia that the
purrhaser has bought a cheap farm
everything considered. If you want
bnrgaina in real estate be sure to
call on us.
LOWING 1HE flAG.
1 T. Smith, form' r!y M;s
rei-eived a 11l1le1.-r.1111 I
1 lv r liuhand ivnnoune- !
i' ivrriv.il in Krmee. llu '
tr.. inin ! nt Camp Tavlnr. 1
the first intimation tfiril !
firt dnift are in Friiiiee. i
Ten t'owl i-rj, who nits me poun I
uir'e ,-h' tin ili..i i.-.i. vkus r1
, ir Invi! i' ter.!uy in Na luille ai. I 1
a otii pteil fur the Navy lie I. a !
in fattening Iiiii.m if un I ran l
.1 I, oil the '.r puuiid nei .e I t"
irforui to red tape n i'ljln' .mm. II ''
ill juiil the other hovs at l'ar: 1
'..,1 Tan.;' Jenkins, u ioiular
.in;:; tru.ned nure nt llopkiuxviHe, !
v vfe in r'runce after an on. in trip j
n u'i the war zone. She is a Red
, n t.ur.i-', and fcr several niomlis i
. t. rnsiva trn n.rt at Car.p Zueh-
TayUr. the is the f.ri-t hnal o- j
in r.-.irh the La'.t'u front.
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JL Arastrng left yciurJuy
li I t-Jil rif Jsj rinift. 'lean., to
1 ! t;:i days-
gul Wagon Co,
Work for all who ap-
ply at good wages.
The hoy scouts will meet promptly
ai ii:u o clock at the armory to
join in the parade to welcome th
arrival of the Liberty Loan speakers
this morning. The boys will take
part in this exercise and after going
nome 10 uinner will attend the Tab
ernacle speuking at 2 p. m. in a body
A. 8. ANDERSON, S. M.
M 1254 126
854 84 854
(Furnished by Whitfield Bros.,
Odd Fellows Blilg.)
April 3, 1918.
My 47.75 48.40 47.70 48.27
y 26.87 26.07 25.87 2507
y 24.45 24.55 24.35 24 60
July K.70 8.70 8.64 8.66
Sept 8.76 8.76 8.70 8.72
8.88 8.88 8.80 8.83
May 33.42 33.61 33.40 83.60
July 82.03 32.18 82.63 32.04
Oct 31.35 31.56 31.35 31.66
Dec 31.26 31.32 31.26 31.32
Lib 3Vs 0M.U8 B8.D8
Lib 4 s V6.66 U6.72
LmUviIU Ll StMk.
Cattlw Kuceiuta 300; suicL tons
Hogs ReceipU 1,000, 25e high
er; lops tl7.H0.
Sheep Receipts (0, sUaJy; ua-
Pod, Ky., April 1. Peaches have
all been killed, but apples, pears and
smaller fruit aeem to have escaped
Mrs. L. F. Jenkins, of Oklahoma,
is visiting relatives in thia vicinity.
Mrs. Jsshua Rlanrhard died at her
home near Me Knight s school house
last Tuesday, after a long illness of
stomach trouble, at the age of 77.
Our farmers are making good use
of the fine weather we have been hav
ing and a few early birda have com
mence planting corn.
Mr. KUaha E. Eli died at hia home
near the Hopkins county line, on
the 22nd ult, after a brief illness of
some spinal affection, at the age of
63 years. He was a member of the
Baptist church and a highly respect
ed citisen. Interment at Union Tem
Mr. J. A. J. Parker returned to hia
home In Arkansas last Mondsy, after
brief visit to his aged mother and
other relativea in this vicinity. Mr.
Parker left here 26 years ago to make
his home in Arkansaa and this was
his first visit to his old home.
Mr. Ernest Ware, one of the sev.
era I volunteers from this precinct,
came In from Hsttlnhnrir, Miss., last
week for a brief fufCTfTwith his
brother and other relstlves. His
brother. Hooper Ware, of Osceola,
Ark., came over with him and they
are visiting together in the Sand Lick
One of the most destructive forest
fires that haa been in thia county for
several years swept over a section
of country northwest of Castleberry
church last Friday afternoon. It
started in early afternoon near the
Geo. Terry place on the Buttermilk
road and spread rapidly to the south
west The people turned out in mass,
but a stiff gale waa blowing from the
northeast and the fire gained such
headway that little could be done
bat keep it away from barns and oth
er buildings in its wake, nntil li
in the afternoon, when by plowing
through fields and raking and count
er firing through forest the Are was
under control by eight o'clock at
night. Most of the land buraed over
waa coal land owned by an Indiana
company. The fencing was mostly
of all rails, which were reduced to
ashes. Considerable daman w
done to growing timber. A rood
deal of timber was still burning yes
terday and farmera along the border
are keeping close wetch to prevent
TEUTON DOCTOR DUCKED
La Salle, III., April 8. Pro-Ger
manism waa silenced here when a
crowd of 400 citizens ducked Dr.
C. Bienneman. a physician, in can.
al and ordered him out of town.
Bienneman, after hia involuntary
cleansing, was made the center of
a battery of automobile headlights
in the downtown section and forced
to kneel and kias the flog. The
crowd then daubed the stores of Re
gas Bros, and Henry Mueller with
yellow paint. The proprietors of the
former, confectionery store, agreed
to close up. Mueller, who is a watch
maker, waa warned to watch his
TO BE RESUMED
Washington, April 8. Represent
ative Kincheloe was advised yester
day by the director general ef rail
roads that early next week train ser
vie three trips a dsy, will be re
established between Madisonvillo and
Nortonville, Ky, This service waa
abandoned Feb. 10, and the result
has been a flood of complaints from
persona who are inconvenienced.
WINDSTORM AT CLINTON.
Clinton, Ky., waa visited by a storm
Tuesday, night that destroyed much
property and killed two people in a
falling house, Mrs. Robt. Jackson and
Mrs. Julia Courtney. Two children
of Mrs. Jackson were badly hurt
For Infanta tad Children
In Use For Over 30 Years
Alessandro Vallero, a New York
gunman who directed 23 murders,
is to be electrocuted May 6.
OA S T O R I A
PARDON MAY SAVE MOONEY.
(By latermatbmal Newa Service.)
San Francisco, April 3 Thomas
J. Mooney, convicted of the prepar
edness day murders, will be re-sent
enced to death on April 13. ' It ia be
lieved that the Governor will finally
grant him a pardon.
The Australian wheat crop for the
season of 1917-18 estimated at 114.
020.000 bushels, compared with last
year'a yield of 162,666,000. The 25
per cent decrease la a result of re
duced acreage and unfavorable ocn-
60c Dozen by Mail
Write MRS. WM. BRYAN
One twenty horse-p&er
doub'e cylinder Frick Engine,
used about ten days on streets
of Hopkinsville. Apply to
R. T. STOWE,
or Chas. Vaughn.
Supply now on hand at Kentuck
lan office at S to 4 cents each.
THIS SMALL TRACTOR
FITS ANY FARM
This small Case Tractor is conservatively rated at 9 horse
power draw bar null and 18 horsepower on the belt. It is
more easily handled than a team. It is only 10 ft. 3 in lonu
4 ft. 10. wide and 5 ft. 1 in. high. Weighs about 3600 lbs!
It docs the work of six horses in the held and a boy can
handle it. You can drive it day and night, never rets
tired. Every farmer can afford one. It will do your work
economicallyfaster and better, so why wait? Order
now. Wc will teach you how to hitch it to any job.
Lt MM mxplain fulfy and quott pric$.
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