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June 20, 1919
RESTING AMONG DEADLY BOMBS
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WITH fIECHES IN HONOR OF
THE lew COLORED 3ELEC
ELABORATE PROGRAM WITH
CENERAL INVITATION EX
Thar will be a meeting t the
Union Tabernacle, Friday night, June
2 lit. in honor of the 100 colored
draftees who ar called to th colon
In ths defense of Old Glory. These
bora will leave Saturday mominc
June 32, at 6:45 for Camp Taylor.
AU eitisene, hoth whiU and colored
are aordially invited to be present
at l:0 p. m. and witneaa the rendi
tion of vie program. Many diatin
geiahad epeakers among the whites
re eipected to apeak word of en-
eoeement to the boys. Hon
Clande Clark. Mayor Bassett, and oth-
art will apeak. The Red Cross chapter
is asked to be present Jske Tandy's
Boy IcouU will eecoat Uncle Sam s
The preirram follows:
Master of Ceremonies Rev. N. B.
Scripture Reading Rev. T. II.
Religion Rev. J. N. Jones.
Pu4y E. W. Glass.
-r fObedienee W. C. Davie,
j Faith and Courage Loaia Berry.
Willpower E. Poeton.
Our Country Rich Buckner.
I Unity, a necessity E. 8. Foreman.
Victory Jas. Allsnsworth, Jr.
Music by the Union choir, direct
ed by J. W.sley Smith.
Mrs. L. A. Brent, pianist,
i Mrs. N. E. Copeland, leader of
folk songs, ess.
C. W. Merriweather will appear
in interest of W. 8. 8. drive.
Each spesker will be limited to 6
Peter Boyd, chairman.
Rev. !t. B. Bronaugh.
Mrs. J. M. Mstcalfe, Miss Mina:e
Colbert, P. Moore, Secretary.
Chief ef Tolice Roper, registration
eAoer for Christian county, states
that the time for all alien women to
register will expire Jane 28 and if
there are any such women in the coun
ty they ahould apply at hia office at
hia office at once.. Any auch person
who may be discovered not registered
by June III will be arrested and dealt
with according to the law of the
Uaited Stajea governing alien ene
mies refaainf te comply with the
rulra and regulationa of auch.
The regular meeting of the Boy
Seoata will be held toniirht at 7:45
in connection with the exercises at
the Park. Be sure to wear your
scout sait and be on time as the pro
gram begins at S o'clock.
ALFRED S. ANDERSON, S. M
Miss J alia Nichols, of Wallonia,
and Mr. Horschel Mitchell, of this
county, were married late Tuaday af
ternoon at the courthouse Judge
liumplin o masting.
CASTOR I A
t'saers token for TUttouu. end
LOST OR STOLEN!
TAKE NOTICD U.S. 3rd
Liberty Loan Bond, denomi
nation $500.00, No. 111,061,
has been lost or stolen from
our office on corner 12th and
W'tltt Street. For return o
e 1 suitable reward will be
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CHRISTIAN COUNTY COURT.
To Hun. G. II. Champlm, Judge:
We, the undersigned citizens and
residents of Christian County, Ken
tucky, state that we are legal voters
and hind owners in the aforesaid
county and state and that we now and
have fur many years been legal
voters in I'aintiridKC voting precinct
Your pi-titiincrs ronpoi-t fully ssk
thin hnnoralik' court to cause a change
to be made in Hi' b-juiidary line be-
'Atrn ram Ur. dire vutmtr precinct
numbrr 23 tin J Kast School House
voting f.recinct nutnbtr o that
your u''.:t'iH'rs will be placed in the
East School voting pre-inct. Said
boundary line, instead of fallowing
the ISark road from W. S. Hendersons
to the Buttermilk Road, thrnce down
the Buttermilk Road will run as fol
lows: Beginning at a point in the
Bark R ad whore the road leading
from liner's stor? to the I'ark Road
intersects said t.ark Kua 1, running
thene in a i-r gv.t ! ne m a north
ea.V'r'j Imui :tk he l.ne pais
tr. tu: i : ef l.'r.o Vtorgaa's
t. tie fsriis of Sa..4 Uck Creek
UMmtr it as-.i Sea I L ei Creek
w-.Lh ira saubn b a ontet where it
iBnfai -Ji Sui .;a.7 !-- between
Lan'.r; t iu,u erwtrt and Bain-
lour -,':r s uiat the reas
on fur t.'.-i a i.-''at.oa .1 that this
change in uid b-niary line would
place thi-ni -i i other vuter residing
in this locality in Hue precinct
which in niui h r.-art r an I more con
venient and more arcemtilde than the
Bainbridge poling place.
Your petitioners atutv that they
have pouted notices an prescribed by
law, stating the roune of auif new
line and giving notice of the time of
hearing this petition.
Wherefore your pititiont pray
that aaid change be niado in the afore
said boundary line, and this rauae is
respectfully submitted to this honor
W. J. LADD.
A. J. CLARK.
T. J. HAMILTON.
II. M. l'KTSCII.
THE HOUSE OF KFEP KOOL
I an II
U "tA'AJ.e-k. If
I At a
i ft- m m i
Shirts and Closed Crotch Union
Suits, E. & W. Soft and Stiff Collars, Luxito and Hole
proof Sox, Nettletons & Worthmore Low Quarter Shoes,
Straw Halt - " - .
of a (icrman baud grenade dump after
are alio wo renting at ease among Ua
PETE RENSHAW, SHOT BY R. M.
ISOM, SUNDAY, DIED YESTER
Pete Renshaw, who was shot by
R. M. Isom Sumlay afternoon at
4 o'clock, in the Owls Club Room,
died at the Jennie Stuart Hospital
in the early hours of yesterday morn
ing. Following the shooting, Ren
thaw was taaen to the hospital and
an operation was performed. The
bullet had entered his bowels, mak
ing five peroration! in hia intestines.
His condition was regarded at hope
lees from the A rst and he lingered
a little more than two days. Be
fore he died he made m statement
faying the shooting wss unprovoked.
The grand jury had the matter before
it and only waiting the outcome of
Reiuhaw'a wound. Hia death chang
ed the offense to murder and the
bill will be brought in to that effect
loom waa under a bond of f 1,000
and yesterday wat at hia home near
Bluff Spring. Hia bond will of course
be increased to fit the higher charge.
CHILDREN'S DAY SERVICES.
Children's Day services will be held
at Hebron church enxt Sunday morn-
in? at 1 1 o'clock.
Ws have a few wheat bags.
B th new and used.
Men who buy and wear
KEEP-KOOL Summer Clothing
made of honeat, reliable,
serviceable American fabrics.
give their personal aid and active)
influence to the splendid national taanv
work that Se the basis of patriotic citizenship.
. KEEP-KOOL t-
progressive and successful clothiers
throughout the world. Prove your faith in
American enterprise, stability and
power, and help protect
develop American cloth
THE SNELLENBURG CLOTHING COMPANY
Knox & btetson
There ' a hearty Liuuh, a tinr aob and boat of thrills In (hit fa moot
tory by "Bert Harta" the port of the "Sierrt Navadaa." A beautiful low
theme woven around the brawny days of the California IMd Rush affords
our "Mary" eh nee to entertain you ai the never did before.
Matinee Cc and 10c; Night 10c and 16c
WILL OPEN A WEEK'S SESSION
AT RU53ELLVILLE TODAY
The West Kentucky Baptist As
sembly offers varied and attractive
program at its meeting which begins
in Ruasellville today and closes on
June 17. Some of the denominations
strongest and best knowa speakers
will be present Pr. C. M. Thorn peon
of Hopkinsville is president.
. The meeting will be held in the
large auditorium in the gymnasium
building of Bethel College.
Dr. Len G. Broughton, of Knox
vlile, Tenn., of international reputa
tion, will lecture twice daily. Dr.
Broughton for several years held a
prominent pastorate in London, Eng
land. Evangcl tt T. T. Martin. Blue
Mountain, Mis., will conduct the
twilight aervice each evening.
Rev. M. E. Staley, Madieonville,
will have charge of the Bible work,
giving expository lectures every
morning at ten o'clock.
The elaae work In the atudy of
Missions, Sunday Schools and B. Y.
P. U. will be conducted every morning
respectively by Prof. John L. Hill,
Georgetown, and H. L Strickland
and Arthur Flake, of Nashville, Tenn.
Mrs. Janle Cree Boss, Louisville,
secretory of the state W. M. U., will
be in charge of the Woman 'a Work.
The Story Telling Hour has always
proved one of the moat attractive fea
tures, particularly for the children.
This will be conducted late each af
ternoon by Mrs. Clarence Finn, of
Other speakers on the programme
will be Dr. J. F. Love, Richmond,
Vs., secretory of the Foreign Mie
ison Board of the Southern Baptist
Convention; Dr. L. B. Warren, rep
resentative of the Home Mission
Board, Atlanta, Ga., and Dr. O. E.
Bryan of Louisville, secretary of
State Missions for Kentucky.
The music will be In charge of
Rev. A. E. Cottrell, Hodgenville, Ky.,
who will not only conduct the con
gregational singing but will provide
at the different exercises attractive
special music. ,
The first exercises will be Thursday
evening, June 20, at 8:15.
Hau, Wilson Bros-
and y till
PETITION TO CHANGE
BOUNDARY OF PRE
CINCT NUMBER 23
la the matter of changing the bound
ary line, between Balnbridge voting
precinct. No. IS, and eaat achool
house voting precinct. No. tt.
This cause coming on for hearing,
upon the petition of W. J. Ladd and
others, asking that a change be made
in the boundary line of Balnbridge
voting precinct No. 13, and Eaat
Schoolhoune voting precinct. No. 12;
and it appearing te the Court that
due notice haa been given ef said
proposed change, and it further ap
pearing to the Court that it will be
more convenient for the voters resid
ing in the territory affected by the
change to vote in aaid East School
house voting precinct; and it further
appearing that is is for the public
good te make aaid cnangsu tt ia there
fore ordered that said boundary ba
between the aforesaid precincts, be
changed as follows:
Beginning at a point in the Bark
road, wheie the road leading frees
Hicer's store to the Bark road inter
sects said Bark road, running thence
in a atraight line in a north-easterly
direction with the lane, paasing on the
rati aide of Otho Marquess's house,
to the forks of Sand Lick Creek with
its meanders to the point wehre said
intersects the boundary line between
Bainbridge voting precinct aad Len
trip'a voting precinct, instead ef fol
lowing the Bark road from the point
of intersection with the road leading
from Hiaer's store to aaid Bark road
to the Buttermilk road; thence down
the Buttermilk road to where aaid
road intersects the " Knandary
line of La n trip's voting precinct
And it ia ordered by the Court that
the voters affected by aaid change.
to-wit: W. J. Ladd, Albert Clark, A.
J. Clark. T. J. Hamilton. H. U
Tetsch and others residing ia the
territory, between the new line and
the old, be, and they are hereby trans
ferred to Eaat Schoolhouae. voting
precinct No. 22, and will vote therein
at the next coming election, and at
all elections thereafter. The County
Court Clerk of Christian County, will
make advertisement of said change
as la required by law.
G. H. CHAMfLIN. Judge.
ATT. G. B. POWELL, Clerk, C. C. C.
DELIGHTFUL CAVE PARTY.
Something new in boarding house
"stunts" waa a cave party supper
arranged and carried out Tuesday af
ternoon by Mrs. Geo. Connell of
208 E. 6th street. Several automo
biles were procured and the entire
family and all the boarders and sev
eral invited guests went te Fleming's
Cave about 6 p. m., ate aupper, end
played many eld time gamea before
returning home. The party consisted
of Mr. and Mrs. Gee. Connell and
two daughters, and Mr. Connell's
mother, the family; Mr. Wilson, Mr.
Hobart Siak. Mr. and Mrs. Walter
Hancock, Mr. and Mrs. Roy J. Sous
ley, Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Snodgraas,
and Mr. and Mrs. B. E. Proctor,
boarders, and Mr. R. M. Anderson,
Mrs. Mae Moaa, Miaa Meliaaa Moaa,
Miss Margaret Steel, and Maw Vir
ginia Hale, of Pembroke, Invited
Solomon maintained a force of l.M
chariots (L Kings 10:28) by tsxlng
certain dtlsa. Jewish chartota
Imitated from Egyptian models,
perhaps. Imported from Egypt
For Infants andChUdisa
In U For 0vr30 Years
We have a few wheat bags.
Both new and used.
Drive home the fact that there ii b'g moral involved. "Scandal" la
direct challenge to the American parent who fail in duties. It points the
dangers of parental neglect and youthful disregard of old standard con
ventions and shows that indisrrrtions, however innocent, may lead to die
aster. MATINEE S and 10c. NIQHT-10 and 15c.
CHIEF ROPER HAS ORGANIZED
POLICE DEPARTMENT AND
j COUNTY OFFICIALS BUST
The new vagrancy, or labor, law
went inte effect Tuesday and, if the
offlciala are te be believed, all idlers,
bums, loafers, gamblers, saloon 'flies',
wealthy sports and others, ahould be
gin te roll up their sleeves, toughen
their hands, and prepare te work.
Tea, do real work, and work that
amounts te something. Somebody
has worked out the provisions of the
new law and auacintly stated them as
follows aa published in yesterday's
ALL MUST WORK.
From 16 te 60 years of age.
! At least thirty-eix boars each week.
IT IS NO DEFENSE
That accused baa money property
or income sufficient to support him
self and dependents.
That he ia enable te get work.
THE LAW IS VIOLATED
When the accused is Idle e week or
A RESIDENT UNDER THE LAW
Is any mala person found In the
A VAGRANT IS
Anyone whe habitually idlea any
where. Anyone habitually intoxicated.
Any drug fiend.
A professional gambler.
Ear. Nose and Throat
Radford & Johnson
We wiH tell you farm in Christian and adjoin
We know the farm land of this community and
will do our best to sell you a good farm or will tell
you a nice house and lot in the city.
We have several attractive farms in our hands
for sale. Prices reasonable.
265 acres 1 1 miles of Fsirview on rural route. Well im
proved and well watered, about TO scree of fine bottom land. A
bargain at $10,000.00. Terms reasonable. ,
200 acres 5 miles southwest of Hopkinsville on pike, well im
proved. All good tillable land, red clay foundation and lies welL '
Price $70.00. Both of theee farms sre bargains.
Come to see us and we will show you something
Office: Pennyroyal Building.
I AD WELL BROS.
TIN WORK OF
Roofing. Guttering and Repairing.
Plat Bed Steam Boxes.
Country Work a Specialty.
v Rear L 0. O. F. Building.
Any able-bodied person supported
in whole or in part by any woman or
THE PENALTY IS
From 120 to $100 fine.
Sixty day's work en public roads er
streets or any public work being done
One-half of pay goes te dependent
FAILURE TO MAKE ARREST
Makes officers guilty ef nonpar
formonre ef duty and subject te re
moval from office.
Chief Roper is going te see that the
law ia enforced la thia city se far fee
his department is concerned. But it
is the duty of every citisen to report
to the authorities anyone who violates
thia law. The police officers and
sheriffs will not attempt te explain
and apply the law? The courts de
The story of "Mlias" is a charming
tale ef California in the golden day
of '49. A wild, untutored girl, the
daughter of a dissipated father, Mliae
ia a Under, courageous girl whe
knowa how te take care of herself.
When a handsome achoel teacher en
ters Red Gulch, M'liaa goes to him te
"be learned" and Cupid anarea them
both. When M'liaa' father as murder
ed and suspicion rests upon the school
teacher, she saves him from an aveng
ing mob and the real aaaaaain being
found, M'liaa and the school teach
er are made happy.
Auto Owners Get
Sun Ray Lemes
$2.00 Per Pair
Theae conform with the Kentucky
ALL KINDS J