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June 1.1 191ft
fabliahed Ivery Morning Except
CBA8. M. M EACH A II
Editor, Chaa. M. Macham,
EL A. Robineon, Aas't Editor.
atared at the Hopklnivllle Post
adaea M Second CUm Mail Matur.
Cetabliahed Hopklnevllls Conier-1
"A SPLENDID TOHIO"
San Hiiim Uh Waa, On Dec
lar. Adrka.Taok Card-A4kNwWtL
Hlrsoa. Teaa. "Aboa II yenre aga
I in..." ears Mr. . R OedJ. ot
Ihla place. 1 aarferee! with a pain In
mr left aid, coald not ilt at nlirtit
Hh tMa pain, always m lbs loft
vativs in 1866. Suceaadad by Hon
kiMTilla Democrat 1876. Published
aa the Soutb Kenluckiea 187 to
1889. rrom 1888 ta 1917 aa tri
fifty e.aead Tear el Pablicatlea.
Omm yr by mail 3 0
Dm rr br carrier a.Ov
tUrlir larsf at mm pros tioaate
Advertlag Rates aa AaedkaUoai
Sit SOUTH MAIN STREET.
WATCH TIIE DATE Aftar your
a, renew promptly, and not miaa
a aamber. Tha Postal regulations
saqulre subscriptions to ba paid in
My doctor told me to aaa CardaL I
took ooa bottle, which balpad ma aad
arter my baby cams, I was stronger
and battar. bat Ua nata waa auil
I at Hrat tat to, bat battaa to get
Mk and la a run-dowt eoaditloa.
so I dwidad to try aocaa awe Cardal,
which I did.
Thla laat Cardal which I took mada
ma mvh battar. la fart, carad me. It
baa bee a Bomber of years, aUU I
ha to no ratura of tbla trouble,
I faal It waa Card id that eured ma,
and I reeommeed It aa a spleadld fa
Dont allow yoaraalf ta baroma
weak aad run-down Iron womanly
Iron Mm. Tike CardaL It thoald sure
ly balp yon. aa It baa ao many thos
aanda of other wtman In tha pat 40
rears. Headache, backache, eiiecne.
use asn.ee. e(ee"len.ea. tlred-ont
filing. sr. all alina of womanly trou
bio. Other woman get relief br taking
CaidaL Wby not yonf All droret.
ONE-THIRD DEAD ALREADY.
John Barleycorn ia dying gradually
hut sneedilv and aurely. according to
a a -Tnii MO?r haf enlisted i the figures which baa bn tabulated
Wfth the gpVCmmCnt in the '"" ratification votes of tha
airco nf .mr?rie for the ratifiying tha national prohi-
t2?j ?lf)Fl Jr....r.. '" amendment Oat of a toUl
penoa 01 tne war of J(l iU(M ntcrmirj m,k, the
amendment effective, 12 haa already
OUR SERVICE FLAG rat.f.ed the amendment And allthia
ka taM rlnna Within the -tin ft rr
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- - . 1 - - Itnn ,nlM raftt rtV fn. lsiftlsllire OT
U-4 X. X- -A. X- th 1! itatet ratifyinit. 1223 were
PASS SOME SUNSHINE AROUND.
- Below is an editorial in the Jane
Farm and Fireside that ia worth
readinf. Tha point mada ia that
rant in favor of nation wide prohi
bition and 297 a gamut it. Only one
or two itatet have rejected the
amendment on a itraipht ratification
VETERAN OF THREE WARS.
Lieut Everette S. Overatreet.son
of Capt and Mrs. W. 8. Overatreet.
perhapa there ia auch a thin aa tool, Woodbory. but formerly of Bowl
much criticism, too much of hitting in, (;,, hai thre, wari,
tha man in power with the big itick. hhoUKh , (, cny S9 yeara old. Hie
Sunnhine warmi and makes crop nrmt .,q,rienee the Spaniih
row. Farmers know this of courms. Anwriclll W,r, aurjnr which eon
Why not then apply this fact to the fllct , , hoti) Cub, ,nd y,,
man in public ofllce and. iniUad of r rhlUppine, wjth honor ,nd diitinc
rainini criticism on him, paas a lit-' tjon
Ua eumhine around. It mrely would j ', MW Mrvict th, Mexican
da no harm and it might do a whole Dord ,nd j, now in Fr,nct.
lot of food. I
"Soma man in a place of power Two boyi named Lon Meadors
does not walk Juit as we think he W(t to France from Whitley county,
ahould walk. Down cornea tha big One died of a wound kit November
slick aver his head. Tha skulls of ' and the other was killed in battle
many men who are trying to do the ! in the recent drive,
bast they can are lore from top toj .
u . , ' Children
m,v uwvsii pajr. u man was i
over mada a atrong-er man or a bet- j
tar man by being found fault witii
BT UNITED STATES DEPART
MENT OF ACRICULTURE. BU.
REAU OF CROP ESTIMATES
' Louisville, Ky.,
June 8, 1918.
ruifitr crone of wheat, oats, rye,
barley hay and leaa important crope
are now in light for both Kentucky
smf the United Statea aa the farm
er's part in helpine; win the war.
This hai been accomplished by the
farnirn in spite of tha shortage of
labor, increased coat of raising the
crops, and other hindrances.
Keporta on tha acreage and condl
tion of the corn, potato and tobacco
crops are not yet ready for publica
tion but are being prepared and will
be announced as quickly as reliable
estimates ran be secured. .
Apples, pears, peaches and berries
are the only crops on which full In
formation is now available that do
not show an increase in the crop
prospects for this year compared to
last year and the average.
rroeperte for the United Sis tea
crop of spring and winter wheat are
now 931,000.000 bushels as com
pared to 650,828.000 bushels pro
duced in 1917, while the 1918 crop
in Kentucky promises to be 13.800,-
000 bushela compared to 9,000,000
bushels in 1917 and an average of
The United States oat crop now
promises to be 1.500,000.000 busb
ies compared to 1.SH7.28A.000 bush
eli in 1917, while the Kentucky eat
crop now promise! a total yield of
8,250,000 butheli compared to 8.-
000.000 bushels in 1917.
Hay promiM-s a good yield from
n increased acreage.
Fruit in Kentucky suffered from
tha severe winter. Muny peach trees
were partially or entirely killed by
cold anl raspberries and blackber
ries suffered similarly, though not
so seriously. Apples promise a fair
crop, pears from one-third to one
H. F. BRYANT,
constantly. That sort of thing par
C ASTO R I A
Buffalo, N. Y June 12. rhilip
D. Radcr, of San Francisco, and
Robert Connor, of Los Angeles,
were killed by the fall of an airplane
at the Curtisa aviation field here
Monday. Radcr was one of the old
est flyers in this country. He served
with the British Flying Corps in
1914 and 1915, returning to the
United States to become an instruc
tor. Connor was a student
Arcadia, Fla., June 12. Lieut
Benjamin Heisland, of Marietta,
Pa., was killed and Cadet Canton, al
so of Pennslyvania, was aerionly hurt
at Dorr Field Monday in the fall of
an airplane In which they were fly
ing. The machine was up only about
Aberdeen, Miss., June 12. Lieut
Clarke Owen, of I-aning, Mich., sta
tioned at Tnyne Field. West Point,
Miaa., waa instantly killed and a fly
ing companion seriously injured
late Monday when their airplane
side-slipped and fell about 100 feet
near Muldon, Miss. Aviation an
thorities at Tayne Field declined to
make public the name of the injured
WEALTHY PACKER IN KHAKI
i SPECIAL WAGON SALE!
X The cry of our Nation is "MAKE EVERY
AMEKICAN DOLLAR GO AS FAR AS
Second Only to Liberty Bonds
We have thrown on the market some bargain wa
gons that we are going to sell at less than the cost
of production. WHY? Just because we need the'
room and must move them quick.
FIRST COME-FIRST SERVED
They won't last long. Get yours now;
f .. " r"
r: V.- -t4f.t
Nelson Morris lu !h uniform of i
private Is shown h.-r In charge of th
eelerted tan sent to ramp hy lure
board IS In t til men. Ha wis In tb
quota thst left for (amp tirant, when
he will be traln-d for service In tin
artillery I rtnch of the Natlonnt army
Nelson Morris Is a mllll'n.lr trke
and chalrmnn of the Iwiard of director
of S-I-ii M"rrH ik
Wm. Taylor waa drowned at Ver
sailles while in bathing.
NO ADVANCE IN PRICE
Use one soothing.
fk cooling application of
2Sc SOo tl.00
aierlae of twtaa Aloe,
The Onrnergrnt la aa aapreteottooa
peak In rhla royal company of tba Ta-
lala Alpa. But It la the center of a
wonderful concourse of mountains aad
glaciers.- Moat wonderful of these la
tha worlil fsuMMis Mattarbora, ba
tressed against the aky. It la almost
1.1.0U0 feet high, with Its head reared
rloudward abruptly from the saa
klued valleys. To tba east Its front
IS -peer! pi too, to tha wee, rt ebstriftera
out with softer curving tins, an HI a
llttlo Imaglnatluo ssskea of It a lloa
ruarlug at the rising sun.
The mountains are but a part of
this picture. In the valley below Is
the giant Gnrnr glacier, fed by tba
great glaciers that bang from rba stdea
of the Monte Rosa, tba Rvsksm. tba
Twtna, tha HreUhnm and anally frora
tba Matterao Itself, before It ta torn
pours It gray mrhtd flood Into tba
Vlap tha brawUufl. aulsy river of tba
valley of Eermatt
iToa can see thst love Is blind"
"When you observe what some fond L
tiarents hopefully enter at . a baby
how." Louisville Courier-JourosL.
C ASTO R I A
SMALLPOX IN CERMANY.
NEWPORT LAW TrtVALIDl
A dispatch from The Hague qi tea Washington. Jane" 11. Cetlraeky
a neutral who haa arrived from Cer- decrees sustaining a ' Nevpott; Ky.,
many aa stating that an epidemic of I ordinance levying aftnaaf fl sella"
black smallpox u raging amon the ! taiea upon tha Postal TelafraaV
workmen of the krupp pbtnt at Es
sen, with four ot 3ve fatal casts oi -curring
daily. Vd-'cination of every,
one ia being compelled. The outbreak,
the dispatch adds, ia attributed to u.
der feeding and insanitary conditions.
Ear, Note and Throat
Csble Company for use af streets
and alleys were nitf lody by
the Supreme Court TnartaWfrapb
company cortendert thst'sTiaiif is
sional art of IIH6 gtvinf tatiapb
companies free ass of post Toads
prevents Imposition of aranftipafM
Children Ory :
FOR FLETCHER X
CASTOR I A
CKRULEAN SPRINGS HOTEL
WILL GIVE A SOCIAL DANCE
Friday Evening, June 14th-
From 9 p. in. to 2 a. m.
GOOD MUSIC - - LADIES TREE
ADMISSION. GENTS, 50 CENTS.
J.M. MURCHIE. Mgr.
! .. a tl
aritictom. is a good thing. b, mere JtSmTt
. launnnaing aoesn t get us anywhere ,
Sunshine warms and makes crops!
grow. The farmer haa had ta come in
for hia share of the criticisms in the '
past and it hurt him mora than any I
other one thing that ever happened, j
' "There is sunshine enough to go i
around, if we all let it shins. Ths
trouble is not so much that wa wsnt
all the sunlight for ourselves aa it is '
that we keep it from shining on ths
other fellow. If we only knew it,
the grandest and the best thing any
af us could do would ba to say to
our fellows: 'Come on out here. Old
Men I There ia plenty of room for as
aU to stand in ths sunshine. I ba
ilees in you; you believe la me; and
wa both know that thia is a good eld
"If wa did thia we would lift more
saouldsrs together; ws would lift
wioro and kick less. And that would
bring the glad day for which
.have all been looking."
Negro troops, supported by alied
i taaka, tok part in the briliant charge
or snailnea over tba top at Chataaa
I merry Tuesday, In which the
, . Americana csptued 360 Huns and
I or 20 guns. It is aU right U take
tba guna but the boys are bringing
fcaik ta many prisoners.
en air raids wars mada in ten
days on German airdomee, 14 tons
of bombs being placed where H was
thought tbey would do tha moat
goad for tha allies.
Tba saemy's fourth offenaive sinea
March list baa Uaa oiled with ua
laasant surprisaa aad atora af them
re still ia atars.
; It would have been worth a trip to
ranre ta have seen Americas aegre
Mirrs rounding op that bunch af
A IB P T B (01 r
lr is. J' zt JV
OF THE STOCK OF
Diamonds, Watches, Jewelry, Silverware, Cut-Glass, Etc.
Which is Now Going on at the Store of
It a money saving proposition for you. We are going out of business and everything in our Stock MUST DEt
SOLD Regardless of Loss. Make your own selection. Buy at your own price. We guarantee eveiything.
Sale Every Afternoon 3:30 and Night 8:00 Until All is Sold.
BLAKEY, BASS & BARNETT
baby killers Tuesday.
"b-I WiUon fall from 'church he
om a church he I y '
.-a building at Somerset,