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CHAS. M. MCA CHAM
Editor, Cbu M. Maacham,
II. A. Koblneon, Aae't Editor.
Urad at th nopkinsville Tott
fflc M Second Claea MaU Matter.
Established aa Hopkinsville Conser
tvaUve to 1888. Succeeded by Hop
klnsviU. Democrat 1878. Pnbliehed
aa the South Kentuckian 179 to
1 18. From 1889 to 117 a trt
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name, ranaw promptly, and not miaa
, number. Tba Postal regulation
raquira subscription, to ba paid ia
This mver has enlisted
iaith the Government tn the
cavse of America for the
period of the war
OUR SERVICE FLAG
Tha Kaiser in a telepram to hi
wife rave tha Lord credit for his
victory at Soiasons.
That flock of sheep tha President
hai grazing in tha Whit Honaa yard
ought to bo looked over by Will Bur
ling to see If there ia a black ona
Four "conscientious objectors'' In
Henderson county, who have stated
that thry "have no intention of be
coming soldiers,'' art. made tha ob
ject of a sixiling editorial in tha
Jewelers, Retiring From Business!
Sale now going on and will continue daily. Afternoons 2:30 to 5 o'clock. Evenings 7:30 to 10:00 UNTIL
ENTIRE STOCK IS SOLD. Everything offered will be guaranteed as represented and sold without reserve.
JOHN HUBBARD MITCHELL, Auctioneer. BLAKEY, BASS & BARNETT, Jewelers.
POPULAR HOSTESS RETURNS P All 9flO flfm
FOR ARMY WORK
Tha Fuel Administration is discour
aging the usa of oil on public roads
and suirgests that all proposed work
of this character ba passed upon
and a special permit issued before
oil that might be used for other
purposes ba thus used.
Tha Kentuckian's "pony" service
for yesterday's psper covered every
material item of tha big new of tha
.day. The Kentuckian yesterday left
nothing but details to ba handled by
the bis; morning papers arriving lat
er in tha day.
Grace Lusk, who killed Mrs. Rob
erts at Milwaukee, is to get a sen
Unco of from 14 to 25 years. When
the verdict was brought in Mis Lusk
made an attempt to choka Prosecutor
Tuller. She admitted being tha mis
trees of Dr. David Roberta before
killing his wife.
Bohemian hope of independence
from the domination of Austria-IIun-gsry
assumed mora concrete form
recently in larga city near tha
Italian front when a regiment of Bo
hemian troop received a battle flag
on tha ova of their departure for
tha fighting line. Under their own
red and whita banner and their own
oAlcera, tha Bohemian are now rang
ed in tha rank of the entente allied
force la battle against their oppres
On tha American sector 14 Ger
mane penetrated an American trench
alU-r a gas attack but were met
with hand to hand fighting with
Waives and bayonets, both side with
mask. The Germans bad been
ordered to take prisoner at ,any
coat but they failed to get any. The
Ameiican losses were insignificant.
The ejeasy lost all the fourteen men
psietrated the American position
taring been killed, ona having
.' ml of wounds and four having
t n may prisoners.
en tie Butler county contingent
.J for Camp Taylor this week
. tie we. an went with her tw.
to the, drot and her parting with
boy wfcie erud was patriotic
- ha evidently meant what aha
i Handing each a Bible ah. saldi
,i these be is and be good boy,
i your mothr will be .proud of
, Vour gra-Jfather aid father
you were .oilier and if yoti
fVbt. than tkht like hall ' '
lira. Wellington Koo. lfu of the
Chinese minister, who has beva a
visit of several months to her home
la China, has returned to Washing
ton. Mrs. Koo entertain extensively
snd Is one of the mnrt popular boat-
la diplomatic clrclvs.
Henry Rex was born July 28, 1842,
in the province of Brandenburg, Ger
many. Ha came to this country with
his parents in 1855 on a sailing ves
sel which waa 8 weeks in crossing
tha Atlantic. From New York they
came immediately to Dodge county,
Wisconsin, and settling on a farm in
the town of Hubbard. On January
19th, 1884, he married Withelmina
Dowa. They set up their home on
a neighboring farm and continued
at that place until the fall of 1873
when ha purchased drug store at
Hustisford, Wis. Conducting same
and later turning over a part inter
est to his son Charles. In tha spring
of 1901 he sold his interest to his
son and removed to Hopkinsville,
Ky., where tha S younger children
were finally married and located. Mr.
Res during hi residence herd) was
not in any active business, merely
taking personal interest in his child
ren and grandchildren. Ha ia survived
by his wife, two sons Charles, of
Huatuford, Wis., and Hugo, of Mil
waukee, and ona daughter, Mrs. C.
S. Lander, of Hopkinsville, Mrs. L.
H. Huggins, of lasay, waa also a
daughter who preceded him recent
BIDS FOR TRUCK.
Sealed bid will be received by the
Fiscal Court of Christian County until
12 .'clock noon, Jun. 4, 1918, at
hirh tim. all bida will ba opened
and read In public in tha County
Court room, In Hopkinsville, Ky.,
Christian Co., for ona Z-, S-, and 6
ton capacity motor truck with dump
body to be used for road work.
Tb right ia reserved to reject any
or aU bid.
i. H. DILLMAN.
Road Engineer, Christian County.
Henderson sent 68 whit troops
KOPPEL CLOAK CO, OPENS
Saturday, June 8th.
MEN OF MINOR PHYSICAL DE
FECTS TO DO PRODUCTION
WORK REQUIRED BY ARMY
Washington, May 30. Two hun
dred thoussnd men of draft ag be
cause if minor physical defect who
have been held by examining surgeons
over tha country for limited military
service, are to ba employed in pro
ducing or handling equipment for the
army. Provost Marshal General
Crowder was so ordered.
Orders went fortii to governors of
states for upwsr-ls it J 003 men for
service in spruce production of air
planes. The men will be allowed to
volunteer until next June 0.
After that data a report will be
made to the provost marshal general
and if there are not sufficient volun
teers, allotments will ba made to the
various states to be filled by invol
Some ten thousand men of the
army now are engaged in getting out
spruce timber in the northwest and
the signal corps constantly is increas
ing this number. Consequently the
sending of the new men to this field
ill constitute no new policy and it
is understood that it has no relation
to complaints that Industrial Workers
of the World there have retarded the
output of spruce.
Some twenty-four trades or classes.
including transport and construction
men, office workers and laborers are
desired for the spruce division. When
this diviiion has been filled, men will
be called to fill other staff services of
the army until the 200,000 total has
been exhausted. No indication was
given as to when other calls will ba
In a statement announcing tha
new plan. Gen. Crowder said the sol
ution of tha question of what to do
with these men had been ona of tha
great problems of tha draft
Some of the men, it was explained
have a thumb or too or eya missing,
but almost every one of them ia en
gaged in active business and thus
was held to ba of some usa in tha mili
tary establishment. Aftor month of
study, it waa decided to call them
into branches of the new army en
gaged in producing equipment for the
FOR SALE A South Virginia
street homo . Larga lot Modern
two-story house. This is a rare bar
gain. tfUULXl. at TA I c
Elliott Morton, Master Commission
er and Earl Fowler. County Attor
ney, of Morganfleld, have joined tha
Tha May field Messenger is 18 years
FOR TAXI Call J. H. Rees. 879.
I want twelve old hams.
67-t Walter Kelly.
ROOM for light housekeeping,
modern-and all conveniences. Close
in. Report this office. 68-61
WE WANT TO BUY om eity
property. BOULDI.V 4t TATE.
For Stick Right Pasta and Ful
ler's Wall Paper Cleaner, call Mrs.
Emma Cattail, 811 Walnut (treat
Phone 790. 88-tf
LIGHT HOUSEKEEPING rooms
wanted. Bed room and kitchen, must
bo modern and very close in. This
Hie. Prefer Private Family.
FARMS FOR SALE A big farm
and a small one. Both on good pikes.
well improved. These are cheap.
Wa have other.
70-10t BOULDIN A TATE.
ROOMS Furnished or unfur
nished with or without board. Girla'
Dormitory, Belmont Tel 1009.
WOOL CARDING Wool rolls for
hand spinning and wool batting for
quilta. Cash for wooL
JAMES CATS SON CO.,
$25.00 scholarship in Draughon's
Practical Business College, Nash
ville, Tenn., good for twenty-five dol
lar cash in payment of tuition. Will
make liberal discount Inquire at
Daily Kentuckian office.
FOR RENT Sevan room cottage
at No, 28 Weat 17th street Cistern
and city water, electric light, gas
and aewer connection. Good gar
den. Rent f 200 yaar. Immediate
CUAS. M. MEACHAM.
. . ALSO . .
in end'ess variety and fresh from the
Tomatoes, Onions, Beets, Pear, Green Peppers, Lettuce,
Cauliflower, Asparagus, Squash,Green, Carrots, Spinach, Mus
tard, Par Jey, Pie Plant, &c, &c
Let's have your orders we will appre
PREMIUM STORE TICKETS GIVEN WITH CASH SALES
W. T. Cooper & Co.
THE MARKET BASKET.
(Price at Retail.)
Breakfast bacon, pound S5
Batter par pound 60c
Egg per dosea 3 fie
Bacon, extra, pound Sfto
Country hams, large, pound.... S6c
Country hams, small, pound. .37 Vie
Lanl. pur. leaf, pound 36c
Lard. SO lb tine 114 60
Lard, compound, pound 80e
Cabbage, par pound 6c
I run potatoes SO cenU peck
Lemona, par dosea 40c
Cheese, cream, par lb 40c
Sweet potatoes 80e par peck
Cornmaal, boahel 32.80
Oranges, per per dosea 80c to 76c
Cooking apple, per pack 80c
Oniona, per pound 6c
flour, 24-m sack 11.75
avy bean, pound 18c
Black-eyed peas, pound 16c
Black-eyed peas, pound 12 He
Ofiae Ferey Smitaaoa's Stable.
. Day Hione 32. Night 1107 2
7th and Railroad SU.
Cowherd k AlUcheler Sale Barn.
Phone 19. HuDkinavtlle. Ky.
Fine Bath Rooms. Four First
FRANK DOYD, PROP.
Everything For Baby Here
It's not only a question of what you get lor
thtsbaby. But icAere you get It ts tvlso an Impor
Tha manner tn which goods are Kept has a
great deal to do with tha condition tn which
they reach you.
Wa employ extra ordinarily careful methods
tn handling all goods for babies' uses. And wa
have everything you are llKely to need, such
as baby foods nursing bottles nipples pad
flers talcum powders ointments and all
standard Internal remedies.
City Bank STrustCo.
Capital, Surplus and Undivided Profits
One Million Dollars
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, Prcaident
JNO. B. TRICE, Vice-Pree.
IRA L SMITH, Cashier
J. A. DROWNINO, Jr., Am1 Cashier
JOE McCARROLL, JR., Au't Cashier.
AD WELL BROS.
TIN WORK OF ALL KINDS
Roofing, Guttering and Repairing.
Plat Bed Steam Boxes.
Country Work a Specialty.
Rear L O. O. F. Building.