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HOPKINSVILLE, KENTUCKY, FRIDAY. JULY 5, 1918.
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IAN - OF TURKEY DEAD:
DIIORIAl COWNT j
Call 44t If ?m tail gel the
j Kaatwchlsa enwcsptly. fcad If . T"
, bav a lira, phna H I. lb
) Lord Rhondda, England's- food ad
ministrator, aged '2, died Wednea
1 Mbi,s!.. d 1879 Vol. XLDily Vol. 1. No. 101
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! Mayflald refused to guarantee the
IrVdpath Chautauqua $1760 for next
Paul K. Eekew, of Franklin, Ky.
was killed In artion, according tc
I -v - nr.., -
Delbcrt F. Cullender, who enloted
at Elkhart. Ind., December. 191. 4
tyt under li year old, haa been
killed In artion.
i i OOP
Not content with naming a street
rfor President Wibon, tha Pari coun
ted has named another Boil deo Amer-
whirh sound lika ' American
t J . ooa
J. L. Marsh, of Enterpriaa, Ora.
arrirad In Mayfleld. Ky.. Wednesday
and married to Miaa Willia
Boone, whom ha had never aeen.
They had corresponded for a year.
Wednesday waa another food day
for picking up tha hungry Huna. Tha
Italian raptureJ 1900, tha Ameri
cana 275, tha Briliah 97 and tha Can
adians none. Hurrah for tha Can
With tha nation's reserve of tram
ed nurses deplete through the railing
of thousands of nurses for service In
military and naval hospitals both
abroad and in tha United States. It
haa become necessary to call Imme
diately for 25.000 student aursat
for training 'in 'American hospitals
This rsll is for women between the
ge of 19 and 35 years.
Tha antl-bolshevik! forces in Bus
s'a have captured Vladivostok, thr
jwrt on tha era of Japan.
With unparstelled mendacity, Ber
lin rlaima that the hospiul ship Lland
every Castle waa aunk by a mine
This In the faca of tha fact that tha
taptain of tha Castle waa taken
a board the thmarine and Anally al
ltwed.li go in tha only boat of eight
that rjArhed land.
Under the wH' -f tha lata James
Gordon Bennett, of the New York
Herald, Journalists Memorial Home
la to bo esUblish-l. The beneflcl-
arie of the memorial home provia
teas are to New York newspaper men
wha shall by reaton f old age. ""u.,, ora,re)i i report aa a Cap -
dent or bodily infirmity and throuch
bck of means be unable to car foi
themselves or' need such home i
Grand Daka Michael Alexandra
vitch, brother of tha former Emper
or Jiicholas, has been proclaimed
tsar of Russia, according to tha Uk
rainian telegraph bureau of Keiv. He,
ia. marehinc with th Ciecl
against Moscow. Grand Duke Ml
' i Nasi, after tha abdication of Era
'fh:,ri. "''CIRLS ENCAGED IN SALES FOR
una w nm v . i w j -
he to th greatest General In Russia.
Her la luck to Capt R. U Wood
ard, who give up a highly lucrative
piofassian to scrvs hi country, be
cause ssiiicu .imiwiM . j
"Over There." Cant F. P. Thomaa
Uut Randolph Dade, Lieut T. D
Rudd, Lieut J. L. Barker, Lieut
Stanley Stroub and Capt W. A
La key a re other doi-tora who havt ling argument
siwcr?d tho call. Christian coun j Mak a patriotic, not a beauty, ap-tv-ia
urou I of iU soldier doctor who peal in selling.
1tiva gone and who ar waiting
DU QUOIN MAN ADOPTS
14 FRENCH WAR BABIES
(By lat.raatioaal News Service.)
Du (Juin, till., June 4. Although
his own two sons or fighting for hit
nutiva country, Frank Urbain does
n feel his obligation to Franc to
..i-.. ThMt's whv ha haa adoi.t -
ad 14 franco, "war orphans" to be
brought up and educated In th Unit
RECOVERS SIGHT AFTER 4
. YEARS OF BLINDNESS. -.
Dr. David Roberta of Waukeeha
(By latoraell-aal News Service.) j Wos., was sfc-ntenced to on tyear
Altoona, Pa., July 4- C. A. Van ; in th aoue of correction after plead
Onner. of Clover. Pa., totally blind ing guilty in th district court t
vesrs. haa reguined hi sight 'statutory charges whil la th com
lis has undcnu n twenty-two op-
.,.tion While working in a found -
ry h Iot hi ight through aa
iloa of metal Several weeks
ago a cataract formed, upoa rmov-
AT LAST ALLIES BELIEVE TIIEV
HAVE MORE MEN THAN KAISER
(By l.lcewatlsasl News Service)
Washington, July 4. Figure com
plied from official German and Allied
report Indicate that when tha forth
coming German drive is launched, the
German will have 2,842.000 men
and tha Allies 8.600,000. Tha Allies
ar confident tha offensive cannot
last long with tha German being
DAY OF JOV
(By lataraatiwaal New. Service.)
Pans, July 4. All Franco cele
brated American Independence Day
to-day. In Paris thousand, marcli
ed through tha streets, French and
American soldiers holding prominent
places in tha marching column. "The
Avenue President Wilson'' waa dedl
k fix fix k k
FOLLOWING THE FLAG
Ninety-two men enluded in the
Navy in Louisville Wednesday. Dud
ley Bel Raw Is, of llopkinsville, war
one of them.
Lieut. Allen Radford la at home
from Camp Funston on a week'a vie
it to his parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. W
Radford, at Howell.
r . i w.....iu..i i.r.
night for Hattirsburg, M
tain In the Medical Reserve Corps
W 1.,, k.. k..l mr. Ihn "0
year of succciwful experienc as
ful experienc as a
surgeon in some of tha best hospital
in the country. Aitnougn lormeny
. . ,:., w. k. for the
a general practitioner, he has lor inc
last ten year, speci.lu.d in surgery
i t ...i i iki.
in th country. Although formerly t
in Terr Haute. Ind., and in thia city
sines his return from Terr Haute !
1 t rk,i.fi. -mmiJ
many medical men Christian county
has sent to th front.
WAR INTERESTS RECEIVE
LIST OF DON'TS
(By lat.raali.aal News Service.)
Chicago. July 4. Don't annoy a
passer-by or ask him twlc to pur
Ask and do not demand that th
ware b bought
Don't try personal wilm aa a scl-
imn l over uress, (ion i rouge, oi
Don't flirt or mak datea with
Don't dress in such eccentric cos
turns aa to caua comment
Don't aais a man' arm or lay
hanila on him in the seal to sell.
These ar a few of th "dontV
issued by Mrs. Joseph T.Bowen, chair
man of th woman'a committe of
llh Stat Council of Defense, aa a
"code" to girla doing street selling
for various campaigns In the interest
of th war.
ONE YEAR FOR DR. ROBERTS
puny of Crac Lu.k at a Milwaukee
' hotel In 117. Crac Lusk to now
serving a l-yar sentence in the
state prison for murdir of Mr. Mary
Nwman Roberts, wif of
AT THE PARK
LARGE CROWD ON HAND TO
LISTEN TO ELOQUENT AND
llopkinsville people turned out In
large number last night to observe
independence day at Virginia Park.
Th Pavilion was filled with musi
cians, speaker and ladies of th
Council of National Defense.
Th band played much patriotic
and inspiring music. Tha Campfir
Girls sang "Over There." Tha teach
era of tha county sang "Old Glory.'
The enttra audience, estimated to be
thousanda. Bang that good old song
America." Dr. Geo. C. Abbitt ask
led God'a blessings upon this land
and country and people.
Claud R. Clark waa mauler of cere
monies and after a concert by Leb-
kurcher'a Band the literary program
was opened by the Chairman with
some remarks appropriate to the c-
rasion. . " j
Prof. L. E. Foster was then intm
durcd to read tha Declaration of In
dependence and make an address foi
lowing this formality.
Denny B. Goode. of Louisville
made a short ipcrch in which he
.i it,. ....I .rri,.in
ll"'' - d """'f "' purchasinf of
fi"vinK Stams by the people.
ne principal soeaser r-i ine ocea
1 - - - - -
v. no is nere aa inninirwr a.
tha teachers Institute. Sir. weain-
ia a captivating orator and hb
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speech was an outburst of eloquence'
crowd to tha utmost
He 'added to his already brilliant
reputation aa a popular speaker.
Th above is in brief tha program
...... I. .,..1 niki t Vir,inis Pr
where some three or four thousand,1"
pet;plu gathered together to celebrate
in fitting manner tha Fourth of July
the 141!nd anniversary of our Declar
ation of Independence. Thi wat
P"'y !" gathering to-
',.inrr ri i im i it i. ...r bimiiiuibii in
Virginia Tark for any purpose.
The pavillion was testily and beau
tifully decorated with Old Glory and
tha flairs of Belgium-, Franc and En
gland. The program was under tin
lirection of Mrs. M. E. Bacon with
Mr. C. R. Clnra. master of crremon
It was a great and eager as
sembly of patriotic men, women and
children. More than half the crowd
ktoud throughout th entire program
which lulled mora than two hour
No finer body of . patriotic citixeiu
ever assembled together or listened
mora intontlyf than cam togethei
aitt uglit for the Fourth of July
cvlebrKliuo when every palriotie cil
iien pledneil himself anew to up
hold th principles of th Declara
tion of Independent and tha consti
uttun of th tinted Ststes.
Ihe meeting was held under thv
auvpkea of the Woman's Committee
of th Council of National Defense
and it was ttuly a great meeting and
much credit is due the good women
who planned and directed thia cole
As a fitting close the audience sang
Keep th Horn Fire Burning."
Ceok Msks Good 6trt
"I se you have n new "Vo
sr. right." "Is she nprrirurrrir" "1
sr.mlse so. Khe stnrted Ihe first day
by mining late, sod thro asking for ths
(By laleraetiMsl Now Service.)
Washington, Jury 4. -Standing be
for the tomb of George Washington
at Mount Vernon, President Wilson
laid out again th foundation apon
which . a permanent peace of the
world must rest Representative of
Uilrty-twe nation were present
A great crowd heard th President
deliver the address, which waa along
tha sam line a his previous utter
ances on tha subject
LITTLE MART KATHERINE GOOD-
MAN YESTERDAY AFTER.
Mary (Catherine , Coodman, thr
bright little daughter of Rev. and
Mrs. W. R. Goodman, .died yesterday
afternoon after two weeks illness of
colitis. Sbe was: 19 month of age.
Tha'f unexal will Ve preached at the
Second Baptist church, of which Mr.
Goodman la pastor, at 2 :30 thia after
noon by Rev. II. K. Gabby. Tha bur
tut will be in Riverside; cemetery.'
RALPH MADC HAY.
I By I a lev I ! I News vrice. )
! Indianapolis, Ind., July 4. Ralph
Vandergrift, aeventeen, went to work
on th farm of Alfred G. Bramlctl
four months ago. To-day th young
I farm hand and "his fifteen-year-old
'bride, formerly M a Hasel Bram-itrct
1 Lu..l U. klu.:
...frjfnd flhcr.H .
CHILDLESS HHUSBANDS HELD
a rnrr aduv uitciih
d vtwk, nm mr .w
(By laterastioasl News Service.)
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SprinUAeld, Mo., July 4. Child-
re good material foi
don't belong in Claar
4, in th opinion of th Springfield
Draft Board. A a result, 150 Spring -
lirl.lian in all walka of Uf. In Claai
m a. k tata a 11
' av ocen recuusinca ana piaceo
Clusse 1 and 2.
Aubrey Vuggl says he feels foi
the United State, that needs 23,
000 women. H haa needed an him-
self for lo these many year.
. . A riow of TalirU. J'ersla. wbeee
Vmrrlcnn mloslonarv Iwiipllul. At
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l tT a ini, ir mm. .i r i i 1 1 11 i . in icnni ,m in - - ,m r i mi ,t Ll
110 REST FOR
(By lataraatiwaal News Service.)
Rome, July 4. Without leaving
the Auetrians a moment' rest, thr
Italian keep on hammering at them
relentlessly between th old and new
course of th 1'iav river, neat
its mouth and on the mountain fronl
west of the Piave'a mouth, tha Ita
lian took 223 more prisoners todsy.
Tha French and British penetrate,'
w.c i..v.v... ... ....
TAX - MAN HERE
AND DID A GOOD BUSINESS
Mr. W. II. Gray, collector of
delinquent state taxes, spent sever
days here this week collecting
on property advertised
ised for sale ami
some sales were made of property,.- .....i Sixteenth st
gpnn iini mi un "Mni, Seventeenth street is reach-il
bed. Other setUrmcnts an pewdN th- asphatfwitl be put on tit
ing and r. uray will return in a jcw
days to wind up tha business.
The sales to be made ar final and
property is liable to be bwt to It
original owner who do not pay.
A nensntii-n hnn bcn sprung In
the rare for judge of the court of ap-j
peals in the Henderson appellate di-,
by the contention of prominent
1 .i ,k., t...l. W V E.III.
.uvinrj. m..h ... ... v... . BU ixiuis, uiy . Among iaa oa -
L.h8 u . c.nJi.Uu for a third Urm.'bv Hon.u v.,, 1- rr Z.hoe.kv. ehil
ia not eligible to election.
Thia contention is based on the
' l u.. I.. I . n.i.l.nt
kiuuiiu. . m
of Frankfort for fifteen year and to
not a resident of hi district, owing 1 -Don't let th baby play or leep
to hi failure to fit a statement, as'in . wasp-infested piac."
required by law, showing that hi r
moval from Bowling Green waa only
1 Th contention la also mad- that
if h is nominated and elected tnat
Ik. sun it Klistaiaa HAmlnaa smilrl annaf,sil
hi election oa th ground that he
M.a tc nt ftrm 1 v.mi,lcnt At tha time
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of hi election.
I' Judge J. W. Henson, of Henderson
to opposing Judg Settl for th nonv
WHERE TURKS RAIDED
Turkish troops mad aa attack apoa
last report Consul Paddock and oe
AIM OF THE
HAS LEFT A
VMS TO TAKE
(By l.tcraatiowal Nw Service.)
Washington, July 4. At White
House Conference to-day member
l- - II ...U -' ,k. ...
; -f pi(,.nt WiUo for th.
h kill nrnviHins- for the
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VTJIIUIT . ; israj i a r'il li irsraj irvi
Congmm takes rvceM this veninjc.
BEING MADE ON REBUILDING
SOUTH MAIN STREET.
GooJ progress la being made on re
I building South Main atreet Starting
t Tw(.Wth ,lrot,
i oi. .l. ..
.u the flnit ftv. b)(Kk. Th
stone Is being brought her by rai'
from frjnreton, M tha Cook Stone
Co nttr output ha been old
to the L. A N. Railroad for thi
month. Workhouae keeper Charlie
Vaughan is having th work don
with city hands.
CHILD SPECIALIST GIVES
V DONT LIST IN BABY CASE
(By lalaraatioBal News Service.)
I .... . ...
Jren specialist, are s
i)on-t f.e the baby or small child
, . ...... . .
,mm unless it ia mans se nomi
f .terilixed cream
; "Dou'Ufsad tha baby whiskey mix-
ture." - s -
I "Don't kl you baby be fondled by
reUtivee and doting friends.
lhe bsby isolated."
aa. a l M al k 1
-im icar uraugnta ior me Daoy
w have electric fane for them now
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.uii incjr sic wc.iiiiK touwui.
Mrs. J. T. Johnson to quite sift at
her horn oa N. Maia atreet
the Amertcaa cvaeulat aud looted aa
AaivrlaD were unking their way o
(By lateraatieaa! News Sere lea.)
Amsterdam, July 4. Mohammad
V, Bultan or Turkey, died at seven .
oarlock yesterday evening, Tcirn
of influensa, according to a Rental
of influrnsa, according to m Route
dispatch from Constantinople. Ha
waa seventy-four years of aga and
became Sultan in 1909.
Aa Seea la Waskiagtoa.
Washington, July 4. No official
confirmation of th reported death of
tha Sultan of Turkey baa bean re
ceived here. It la not thought tha
death of Turkish ruler would bring
about any change In tha Internal
affairs of Turkey unless it be to
strengthen the grip of Germany an
that weak country.
Mr. E- B. Weathers, Sr., and eon
lwie Weathers, of F.lkton, spent
ik. m-L.1 Ha.yesU-ril.iy afternoon and evening n'-
1 Hoi-klnrvillc. ''
air. ami mrs. Jim vtc.Ti.icn an I
children, Mr. and Mrs. Ci.:wrl Pen-
kk. all of Klkton. and Mrs. Dr.
Foley, nf Central City, motored from
Klkton to llopkinsville yesterday afU
Mr. and Mrs. Lurian Lln.key, of
Klkton, are in the city attending the
j Mr w R E,,eri of Louil(Viii) w
in th city yeaterday on business
for Scott, Foreman at Co.
Mr. S. E. Ragsdala ia in tha city
attending th teacher Institute aad
lonlrinw aflar Kiuiimu II,. nl
Louia Chilton and Russell Powell,
nd wife of Trenton, wer her yee-
Warden John B. Chilton, of Ed
dyville, spent yesterday in Hopkimv
Mr. and Mrs. C 8. Bell, of Ingle
side, Neb., ar guests of Mr. L. W.
Means, Jr., and Mrs. Means, near
kiibs aiynis uaiiey ana nice, Mil
dred, ar visiting friends la Madison-
Mr. J. II. Newcomb, of Nashvill
who learned tha carriage maker
trade in this city thirty-five year
ago, waa in town yeaterday.
. Lawrence, Jr., little ion of Mr. and
Mrs. Lawrence Morris, to vary III of
colitis at tli home of hia grandfath
er, Charli Morris, on W. Seventh St
Dr. W. E. Bartlett of Klkton, was
in tha city yesterday.
J. C. Duffy returned yesterday
from a two-week business trip to
Frankfort and other points in the
Central part of th state.
ON FRENCH FRONT.
During th air fighting Wednes
day four TOore enemy machines were
brought down. Victories ar claimed
for Lieut J. H. Stephens, New York
K. L. Porter of Dowagiac. Mich
Ralph O'Neill. Denver, and Maxwell
Perry of Indianapolis.
All told, on Tuesday and Wednes
day, the patrols from American pur
suit squadrons on the sector engsged
In about 20 combats, bringing down
seven enemy planes. Two American
aviators war lost and one waa scri
lously wounded. Among th airmen
engaged in th fighting waa Quwntin
Roosevelt youngest son of CoL Theo
BABY WEIGHS IS POUNDS
AND HAS TOOTH AT BIRTH
(By Uteewatsswal News See vies )
Braddock. Pa.. July 4. Tb baby
girt of Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Wslsch
born recently, waa found to have a
full formed tooth. Th Infant weigh
ed Afta found at birth. '
4)1-of sWtb b tould . j