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April 4. IH1H
N ELSON-S ALLEE.
Mr, Isaac Carroll Snllce'
Princess Today and Tomorrow
Famous Foollilil Favorite in Celebrated Uroadway SucresscH LN
A rippling, peppery picture, iloininitcil by the piquant personality of
be-vitchiiiir prcltv Iiillie Nurke. The pitture you mn't alTonl to miss.
Sli ry by Alicia Ramsey.
AWtt lie. War Tux 2c. Onllren He, War Tax lc.
ROSCOE "FATTY" ARBUCKLE
ui.es the rn;cff:nrn'. rf '
Alma Ruebens &, Walt Whitman
Mr. TI. Ncls-n. Jr.
in'r;3 will tr.kc y'.rr-
Captivatinif favotitea in numerou i
"A COUNTRY HERO"
Positively the funniest comedy of Fatty's notable career. Two riot
ous reels of joy.
Princess Satur.l ty-NOKMA TAI.MAGE in 'THE MOTH." A brill
iant story of Social Sins ami Sorrowi with an enilitiir that thrills.
More brilliant than "Pantliea," more beautiful than "Puppy."
John I.ynch's Intensely interesting mystery romance f New York's
four hundred. Hex Tomorrow Wm. Duncan Carol llolloway in
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Hetun. tlestruyiil nt the same time the tier inn in sent shot ami shell Into the world renowned estlmlral of Notre tame
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OF THE ELKS LODGE INSTALLED
, TUESDAY NICHT.
Exalted Ruler. Ira D. Smith; Es
teemed Lesilinir Knight, Jno. W.
Breathitt; Esteemed Loyal Knitrht,
II. I.. Lebkuether; Esteemed Ictur
ing Kniifht. C. F. Guthrie; Secretary,
" CL BOND ErCTrON.
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' INTO Tr?r CHEAT
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DESTROYED BY FIRE
NASHVILLE BASEBALL TEAM
LOSE UNIFORMS AND EQUIP.
MENT IN FIRE.
Nashville. Tenn., April 3 Fire
which started from an overheated
stove Monday niuhb shortly after
o clock destroyed the clubhouse of
."IUCKY VOLUNn Lr.S.
.' e clce cf ths f.r-t : :tr aY.c
:'. I.r iilUtauents '.: 1 urmy
t.lalneil aL tne V. ar Uepar.
1 cw that 6,001 !Ct-:.'.uc:;:iin
:. '.r:i tj'.B rail t-) th. c i'htj
; ;' er n;. Ken'.ui-;. 4 i!r:..'t
vi -l.y. i. ond thuj t'ie vj!uii
trii.i the Dlucjrras) ..e huvtf
Ii i the urnft cuoin by 1,4? I.
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Russell; Tiler. Sum Fickcn: Trustee. Z', TI . DU .
equipment of the new recruits, to
gether with the gloves, buts and balls,
were consumed in the flames and the
daily practice of the club will be
held up for several days. Thu dam
aire to the equipment is estimated
at $1,000 by ManuKcr Ellam. An
elTort will be made to borrow uni
forms from Yandvrbilt University
temporarily and secure the available
supply of baseball equipment in lo-
eal stores until the loss can be re
Exalted Ruler Smith announced
the following appointments: Chap
lain, Rev. (ieorge C. Abbitt; Fiuiro,
John C. VanCleve; Inner Guard. Mal
colm Frankel; Orianist, Nick Stadel
C ASTO R A
I'.II 'Ul'li I bv 11
t r; .. 1 t w.ll be
t- r. .
The marriage of Miss Pauline .Mor
gan, or KUMteltville, and .Mr. V 11-
lliam Bryan .Martin, of Cent ml Titv,
'h' h"l I at'V-i Second Lieutenant in he 311th
t ! u'iIihIi. I Infantry at Camp Zarhiry Taylor.
CLOSE CALL. ' p A
Trcmicr C!e: u in-t. j v hllo 1 M . LSI
il t'a.ly vls.t tj the frmt I a C
, ventured ro nit.r '.he bra'.
'. h.a autoiii ibile :. 1 shrllcl, - vITTt
y ly tho Girr.-.:i:i nr'.illcrj'.
v.ln.lows were Iroktn, bu! ;
1'n nrcau eas not hurt ,
H. In- whs quietly sultnini.ed at Louisville
feme- Tueluy ut the home of the bride's
I uncle, Mr. W. V. Kineheloe.
i to to to Skilled .and .unskilled
fOlLOWING 1HE FLAG.
I' John T. Smith, formerly Miss
Kabi V. 1 t. received a cablegram es
lerli : lrom her husband iinnoune-
h. 1 . afe urrlvul in France. He
n! b 1 i1' training at Camp Taylor.
- ! W. i. the first intimiition that
rtir'i cf the first draft are in France.
lien Cowherd, who wua one poun I
i-ul.r wi 'ht tin tiny it nun. vu re
. xarvined ye.iterday in Na-hville ai. I
c. is uetepted fi.-r the Navy. He 1. 11 I
ii'en fattening liiiiiitelf un 1 easil
.i,l; oil the extra pound net le i to
or. form to red tape regulations. II.
will Juili the otlur boys ut Paris 1
y.ih Panay Jtnkins, u populai
vouns; trained nurse of liopkiiinvilli ,
sofe in Franco after an on an trip
i'.ttU.:'i tho wur tone. Sim is a lied
1 r i i.urw. nJ fer sevcrui months
1 m ; ir.'.ensiva training at Camp Zuch
1 y Taytcr. Ehe is llm first local wo
man to reach tbt batt'.o front.
white labor wanted
r At The
tv tV IV. IV.
RX Hi hu m Si I
H il. Araiitrnj left ycsterJay
fji 'IvJ lining hrinifs, 'unn.. to
11I t-n '
Work for all who ap-
ply at good wages.
REAL ESTATE DEAL.
Radfonl 4 Johnson, agents, have
sold to T. K. Crenshaw a farm on
the Kusaellville pike about 3V miles
from town. The consideration is not
given but the impression is that the
purchaser has bought a cheap farm
everything considered. If you want
bargnina in real estate be aure to
call on us.
RADFORD A JOHNSON.
The boy scouts will meet promptly
at 11:15 o'clock at the armory to
join in the parade tu welcome the
arrival of the Liberty Loan speakers
tins morning. The boys will take
part in this exercise and after going
home to dinner will attend the Tab-
ernaele speuking at 2 p. m. in a body.
A. S. ANDERSON. S. M.
(Furnished by Whitfield Bros.,
0ld Fallows Bldg.)
April 3, 1918.
Muy 15 I25Vi 125
May MK 85 84 14 8514
May 47.75 48.40 47.70 48.27
May 26.87 26.07 25.87 2507
May 24.45 24.55 24.35 24.50
July 8.70 8.70 8.64 8.66
ept 8.76 8.76 8.70 8.72
Dec 8.88 8.88 8.80 8 8.1
May 33.42 S3.61 33.40 33.60
July 812.03 32.VH 32.63 32.84
Oct 31.36 31.66 31.36 31.66
Dec 31.26 31.32 31.26 31.32
Lib SVi'i. . . 0K.US ug.g.8
Lib 4's V6.60 84.72
Louisville Live Stack.
Cattle Receipts 300; quiet, tops
Hoga Receipts 1,000. 25e high
er; tops $17.80.
Sheep Receipt 60, steady: mbj-i
Pod, Ky.. April I. Peaches have
all been killed, but apples, pears and
smaller fruit seem to have escaped
Mrs. L. F. Jenkins, of Oklahoma,
is visiting; relatives in thia vicinity.
Mrs. Jashua illanrhard died at her
home near Mcknight'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 birds have com
mence planting com.
Mr. F.hsha K. F.li died at his home
near the Hopkins county line, on
the 22nd ulL. after a brief illness of
some spinal affection, at the age of
63 years. He was a member of the
Haptwt church and a highly respect
ed citixen. Interment at I'nion Tem
Mr. J. A. J. Parker returned to his
home in Arkansas last Monday, after
a brief visit to his ared mother and
other relatives in this vicinity. Mr.
Parker left here 26 years ago to make
hia home in Arkansaa and thia waa
his first visit to his old home.
Mr. Rrnest Ware, one of the see
eral volunteers from this precinct,
came in from Ilattiesburg, Miss.. Inst
week for a brief furlough with his
brother and other relatives. His
brother. Hooper Ware, of Osceola.
Ark., rame over with him and they
are visiting; together In the Sand Lick
One of the most destructive forest
fires that has been in this county for
several year twept over a section
of country northwest of Castleberry
ehtirch 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 maw.
but a stiff galo waa blowing from the
northeast and the fire gained such
headway that little could be done
but keep it away from barns and oth
er buildings in ita wake, until btte
in the afternoon, when by plowing
through fields and raking and count
er firing through forest the fire waa
under control by eight o'clock at
night. Most of the land burned over
waa coal land owned by an Indiana
company. The fencing was mostly
of all rails, which were reduced ta
ashes. Considerable camaira waa
ilone to growing timber. A good
leal of timber was still burning yes
terday and farmers along the border
are keeping close watch to prevent
TO BE RESUMED
Washington, April 3. Represent
ntive Kineheloe was advised yester
day by the director general of rail
roads that early next week train ser
vice, three trips a day, will be re
established between Madisonville and
Nortonville, Ky. This service was
abandoned Feb. 10, and the result
has been a flood of complaints from
persons who are inconvenienced.
WINDSTORM AT CLINTON.
Clinton, Ky., was visited by a storm
Tuesday night that destroyed much
property and killed two people in a
falling houso, Mrs. Robt. Jackson and
Mrs. Julia Courtney. Two children
of Mrs. Jackson were badly hurt.
CASTOR I A
TEUTON DOCTOR DUCKED
La Salle. III., April 3 Pro-C.er-maniam
waa silenced here when a
crowd of 400 citixena ducked Ir.
J. C. Bienneman. a Dhvsician. in can
al and ordered him out of town.
Kienneman, after hia involuntary
cleansing, was made the renter of
a battery of automobile headlights
in the downtown section and forced
to kneel and kiaa the flag. The
crowd then daubed the stores of Re
gas Bros, and Henry Mueller with
yellow paint. The proprietors of the
former, a confectionery store, agreed
to close up. Mueller, who is a watch
maker, was warned to watch his
For Infants anil Children
In Us For Over 30 Years
Alessandro Yallrro, 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 latematioaal News Service.)
San Francisco, April 3. Thomas
J. Mooney, convicted of the prepar
edness day murders, will be re-sentenced
to death on April 13. It is 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's yield of 152,666,000. The 25
per rent decrease is a result of re
duced acreage and unfavorable orn-
60c Dozen by Mail
Write MKS. WM. KKYAN
One twenty horse-pifwer
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
ten office at 2 to 4 cents each.
THIS SMALL TRACTOR
FITS ANY FARM
This small Case Tractor is conservatively rated at 9 horse
power draw bar pull and 18 horsepower on the belt. It is
mprc 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 does the work of six horses in the held and a boy can
handle it. You can drive it day and night, never ijcts
tired. Every farmer can afford one. It will do your work
economically faster and better, so why wait? "Order
now. We will teach you how to hitch it to any job,
1st MM mxplain fully and quof prict$.