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April KX 19JN
CJ3. M. MEACHAM
Editor, Cfcas. M. Mrhiim,
H. A. Robinson, Au't Editor.
Entail at the
office aa Second
Class Mail Matter.
London, April .- Thirteen Car
man airplanra were brought down
in flghtine; with British airmen Satur
day, eleven others were disabled and
two wrre (hot down by anti-aircraft
(run, according to tha Britiah avia
tion communication issued thia even
.nit. Sixteen British machine which
were sent out hiiva not yet been ac-
thought possibly ta hava been forced
to make landings inside their own
lines. In the prevailing weather.
flu ford Hull, considered tha wealth
lent farmer in Scott county, and Miss
I.ora Forward, a Georgetown beauty,
mho ha been teaching school at
Smithland, were married at fado-
Established aa Ilopkinsville Conser
vative In 1886. Succeeded by Hop-!
kinsvllla Democrat 187A. Published
a tha South Kentuckian 1871' to
188. From 1889 to 1917 as tri-
ad Year of Publicslioa.
Om year by ssaU 3 00
Om yaar by sarrUr 00
Bkavtar tarns at " aroaortiouat
AdrartiaiaB Rales Application
tia SOUTH MAIN STREET.
WATCH THE DATE After your
nam, renew promptly, and not miss
number. The Postal regulations
require subscriptions to be paid in
Thif aver has enlisted
with the government in the
cause of America for the
period of the war
OUK SERVICE FLAG
Pork! Pork! Pork!
Do not neglect your hogs
Feed a Balanced Ration
and push them to maturity.
In tin's way you help our gov
ernment, our army, our navy,
our allies and yourself most of
SIDE BY SIDE.
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The V. S. t!:ivernment has amigncl
i c-f the lip ni-w tiovrmment locomo
tives lo the Tennessee railroad for
use mi ill lines. Tin y are the same
type engines tlmt lire built for. and
are now being used by tha V. S.
iovi rnmcnt. There aro I.fiOO to be
constructed. Already L'liO have been
i nipletcil and are being- used on the
till miles of rmlroa.n nuilt and op
Hted by the I'nited States in
'l iiree f the locomotives awigned
to the T. C. Railn-nd Co have al
ready been sent on to Nashville and
.ill probably be um-i! largely in ship.
iing connected with the operation of
he monster powder fnctory at Had-
lrys Bend. These Inrire locomotives
a ill prove a much needed addition
to the shipping facilities or me len-
itssce Central road.
BRING IN THE NAMES.
Tha transportation of American
troops to Franca is going forward at
a rapid rata under the new ordrrs.
Tl"a will be If'.- 'ed with
troops in order to imsten Amcr.ctn
participation in tho war. Official
explain that Uie process o be fol
lowed w( aimilar to that adopted in
American troops in the front
linn with the French for training.
It has bean estimated that thirty
days' training of this character with
American battle units assigned with
tha Uritirh organizations will fit the
newcomsrs for active duty at the
front. All divisions now moved from
ft this '- tr composed of men who
hava bad several months of prelimin-
re. ' ary training and who need only final
-a instruction to take thsa full share in 1
y ha fighting.. Tha training proce. '
Lbt iplilur with the British tluui
witrTth French, it is believed, be
1 cause tha language difficulty does nut
I, exist. American units will find every
J British veteran' an instructor and
1 1 there will be no need for interpre
' There probably will be no attempt
v set a purely American force with
" 1 British ranks as has been done
V f.th tha French.
Tha Americans will share fully
1 ith their British comrades the bat-
s on their front and tha belief is
t they will not ba withdrawn ai..l
rned to General Tenthing as lonu
t H nnminif na.,1 t t k.. i r
Sill., irkin tt R.lli.l. Ii...
TIN WORK OF ALL KINDS
Rcu'j'ir.s, GuUcring and Repairing.
Plat Ced Steam Boxes.
CcruiUry VVcik a Specialty.
Rtr.tr I. O. O. F. Building.
tcing American, French and Brit-
-oopa stronaly entrenched and
O M .... .-.I k..lf- . I '
ivi wvfciv, uvriiian
ta for tha moment given up its ,
riva against Amiens. After
-JlL 'n efforts to smash
through to his objective, the
y now is attempting a new man- j
which la intended to broaden '
aid of action and mituea tha I
a of a counter thrust that
nullify all tha gains made by
tona sines March 21.
The Home investment Agency
- We sell, tiatlo and exchange farms, city or in
Christian County Lands Our Specialty
We have sonic splendid bargains in Christian
County Farms, ulso share oi crop if taken soon. See us
now for the bcrt buy.
If you want to sell that farm or heme, list it with
us at once. A careful salesman always ready for busi-
The needs of our n:ition now re-
quire that every anie ioiiei man
hould be at work. There are acres
and acrea of fertile bind in Christian
county that will not be cultivated if
tha loafers are permitted to continue
in their idle ways. ..e ii.s ef Hop
kinaville, the laws of Kentucky, and
the laws of tha Nation at the present
crisis demand tnut all who are arjie
to work shall immediately begin soma
useful occupation. These laws apply
with equal force to both the white
and the colored races.
A mass meeting of the citizens of
Ilopkinsville and Christian county
II be held at Liberty Loan Head
quarters on Thursday afternoon.
April 11th, 1918. at 2:.1l o'clock.
and it is proposed that all citizens
interested ahall in a body maka de
mands upon the City Olileials and the
County Officials that these laws be
put into force at once, and that all
guilty parties all loafem be pro
ceeded against immediately.
In addition to prosecution by the
City and State Laws, the names of
the louftrs will be presented to the
Government, so that the I'nited
Stutes District Attorney can unite
with us in the proper proceedings
in the Federal Courts.
We must present a united front
against Cerman Autocracy, and all
able-bodied men and women are
called upon to help the Government,
and loafing will not be tolerated in
Christian county during the present
Show that you huve the interest of
your country at heart, and are in
sympathy with Democracy, and the
feeding and maintaining of our arm
' i ies and allies by bringing a list of the
names 01 all loaiers in your com-
1 1 Ail good citizens will attend this
N!mass mot-ting, at which time suitablo
steie will be taken to enforce the
law against ull loafing tlnckers, and
the above steps will be tuken against
all idlers, whether they be white or
Residents of Pembroke, Cracey,
I-afayette, Crofton and all sections
of Christiun county will please at
RICHARD LEA V ELL,
. U CAMPBELL,
T. B. FAIRLEIG1',
LIEU TENANT S!JICirL4.
Indianapolis, April K. Chester
liadilen, a first lieutenant, reserve of
!ir r attached to the I nth I'nited
Stales Infantry, was found In his
room at Fort Benjamin Harrison shot
through the heart Sunday. His ser
vice pistol had hern used for firing
the shot. A handkerchief was stuffed
in his mouth. He formerly was a
teacher in a Chicago high school and
recently was married to Miss Gladys
Trent, of I'rhann, III., who teaches
school at Mattoon.
Iiily Uuthurst, who is proprie
tress of the London Morning Post, is
an advocate of conscription being
applied to women for war service.
Eye, Ear, Nose and Throat
For return nf Minute Hook N'o. 6,
First Raptist church, in good condi
tion JOHN B. TRICE.
White Wyandotte Eggs for sale at
11.50 per setting of 15.
MRS. O. M. WILSON.
Phone Edgotrn 8-4. Howell, Ky.
FOR SALE Wall paper 6c to 30c
per .roll. Stock nnl.Mii'hrl each
week, fee Mrs. Kmria Cat ett A
Son Prone 710. l S Walnut st
STRAYED From my lot, one
dark colored Jersey row with horns,
about 6 years old. Suitable reward
for information concerning her.
Phone 332. Call
J. C. JOHNSON.
FOR RENT I
FRIDAY, APRIL 19(b, .
To liu I.i lil :il ("l iiii Ii II I!, Ky., 7 mi'is m nlli of 1 1. .a IuiinviIIi'.
on Cox Mill nod. i' ,K a.s muni hi!J iii.iIi r m. neinuil of tdnk
c iimiiitlcc l the Cliurih Hill (ji.uii.
This year llicre will U i.,T ri.l ! tlx- l,ijn ,t .i,l.l, i t.ut
l.Vl head of fine licif i.iltV, K'U iris il fi-eilino; ami yraine kmtl,
ami almi attention ia wlliil to Ibnsr lii sirmi; pa-il milk rnwn, aa
nlxiut 2."i liiL'h jfiailc Jersey rusi and heif.-rs from wmic rtf the
community's beat herds will I ofTere.l. Buyer front a iliitrtiiie
will be assisted in txkini; care of hir ptiri liiiM-a im.l wiiliHi in
every way in yettini; stock to Kliippini; poiiit. .cliipiinU fat-ililira
are very convenient. Ti mis of w llii if rharii In niM rxprnsra
are as follows: MKI lbs. ami ovcVPO tta. per I ml. .MxULs and
to Wst lbs. Mi eta. per hckil, under :,(il llu!. S i ts. per head.
Cattle arc solicited for this mIc am! if entered are subjett to the
rules covrrninir sump us provided by Hie slink roiiiiiulli e. A
fnir dial in assured both relicts aid buyers, ai;i' if mhriMtd
either of flic committer will el. i" 1 ninmnieati' hi v :i.iornialion
dcbircd. Col. II. L. kb heart mid tin. auiatiint, II. I). Ilenifst,
will make the sale.
T. C. JONES
J. II. ADAMS
R. H. M'GAUGHEY
C. L PIERCE
Four room cottage Call Miss
FOR RENT Four new modern 1
cottages, complete in every detail ,
Call DR. WOODARD.
FOR SALE A number of farms,
both small and large, at bargain '
prices if told before corn planting. :
Also soma choice homes in town.
BOULDIN A TATE. !
Cherokee lildg. Phone 217.
FARMS WANTED That farm of
yours we can sell it, we have rash
buyers or trade waituig, very likely
for just such a place as yours.
THE HOME INVESTMENT AG'CY
Chas. F. Shelton, Manager.
CHAS. F. SHELTON, Manager.
Office Cuuit St , South of Court House.
t Tho. J. N'unn died at his
a Marion, Monday. He served
lit Judya and later as Judge
Court of Appeal until suc
, by his aon Clem 8. Nunn.
irvivad by his wifa and four
v He bad long been in ill
GIANT GUN BURSTS.
Paris, April 8. The bombardment
of Paris by the long range German
gun continued Sunday. There were
an casualties. The report that one of
these gun exploded ia confirmed
from absolutely reliable sources. This
occurred Mar. '1't, a lieutenant and B
men being killed.
Miss Martha Uttinger, aged
died in Islington Saturday.
LAND OWNERS: If you want
to sell your farm list it with us im
mediately. Wa are in touch "srith
men who ar anxious to buy land
at good prices. W are likely to
hava a buyer waiting for just such
a place as yours.
BOULDIN A TATE
Phone 217. Cherokee Bl.lg.
Smithson Water deliverer Tuoa
day and Saturdays. I "hone f-t'l 1
Good hiornirt; Have
You 8een'ihj courier?
Evansvllle's B st paper.
JAS. A. ITOZIE
R. T. JETT, D. V. M.
7th and Railroad SU.
Cowherd k Altschclcr Sale Barn.
Phone 19. Ilupkinaville, Ky.
i he New Jewelry Store
Jiwrltrs and Ojilician
liiamonds, Walrhvs and Jtwdry
No. 8, Sou'h Main Street Hopkinsvi'br, Ky.
Wt huve a complete new line of j-wtliy, cut gl i,
ivory, sold era aupplir, musical inslrumcnt., etc.
Bring us your jewelry and watch work. Out rt
pair Sop is up to the minute, every article guaranteed.
Let ui tngravc your itotioncry, wedding and com
mencement invitations, t nnouncemcnls, visaing cards.
Cold and ilver plating cf all kinds ASPFCIALTY.
. ur work and prices (juaranteed,
One price to ail.
GEO. KOLB lV.Al.lHt HOWE
Virginia Street, Between 7th and 8th 4J)
Livery and Board Stable
if.. ri ,?ruj
HOPTOWN HOLDING IT'S BREATH
FOR ONE SOLID WEEK OF
r the new call Christian coun
furnish 42 more white sold
t there ia atill nothing suiil
'md ealectivee. This is iif
understand, as mora than
1 0 the rsgistrsnU in this
9 colorsd and many of Uim
'wa item in the Sladison-
this weak waa pieccdeil
't-Uaoa "Buy a Liberty
Bur 3r4 Liberty U Bonds.
20 Shows 20
Buy 3rd Liberty Lui Bends.
MON. EVE ti C
APRIL II O
Bay 3rd Libsrly U Bead.
3 RIDES 3
Buy 3rd Liberty Lws Bond.
Buy 3rd Liberty Loss Bauds.
barobardment - of Pari
5 caaualtiea eacept that
' were killed by one of I
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