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VILL WANTS VOU."
Lstablished 1879 VoL XL-Daily Vol. 1. No. 108
HOPKINSVILLE, KENTUCKY, SATURDAY. JULY 13, 1918.
Price 3 dent"
,NCH GAINING GROUN
Call 44t if rn fail to fat Ik
KeBtweMea promptly. Aad if yea
have A aewe Han, phase H to the
A miilillc rlaai meal in Vienna
J WEATHER. i
Z Fair ami warmer Satur-e
J ilay anil Sunday. J
JANS PUSH ON W AR
Palmcrma, Italy, haa named a
street auer I resident Wilson.
, New rattle pene ar bring ha I It
at In Slate Fair grounds.
Tomorrow ia th French Fourth of
I.. R. Lyons, a prominent citixen
f Cave City, waa killed by lightning.
Train robber at Tola, Kan., made
succesrful getaway in an automo
bile. Their loot waa amall.
City Attorney Carlyle Carter, of
Mayfteld. will not resign whan be en
lera the army. Ha hope the war win
be over before hia term ia out
On Famlani, one of the leader
f the Piave ope rations, baa been
killed by a shell. Unlike Lunendorff
he waa actually at the front
THE HEART OF ALBANIA
K. V. Debs, who waa in jail at last
accounta for pro-German speeches,
baa declined a nomination for Con
gress at Terra Haute, saying: "My
present aituation, physical and oth
erwise, prevent m from accepting."
During the month of June the
French aerial squadrons have brought
ISO empty airplanes, seriously dam
aged 181 and ton ft re 11 captive
balloons. Their bombing plana
dropped mora than 800 tone of projectiles.
Editor Kaufley. big black snake,
a long aa two pancta of fence and
aa big as a telephone pole, haa escap
ed Into Boyle where it haa chaaed Ed
itor Nc In tyre. The snake la probab
ly an. u way to Crab OeehareV to at
tend the Kentucky Preaa Association.
(By Associated Press. )
Rome, July 12. Italian and allied
troops in Albania have perfected a
single front from the Adriatic to
Salonikl a distance of two hundred
mile. British monitor and Italian
destroyer are cooperating with the
Italians who are penetrating the
heart of Albania. These force are
flanked by the French on the left and
the Greeks on the right, which threat
en the Bulgarian position.
Oil WAR S. S.
MONEY MUST NOT BE IDLE
SAYS ENGLAND'S CHANCEL
LOR OF EXCHEQUER.
(By Associated Press.
Berlin, Via London. All six Anier
kan arrplanea which attempted to
bombard Cobleni have fallen into
German hands. The capture of Ave
waa reported yesterday and an ofllc-
cial report today eays the remaining
machine has been shot down.
A bill ia pending in England to de-
In this tm of war and many drive
for W. 8. 8. and Liberty Bonds, Red
port r intern all Uermane over lrro- ,n1 y, m. C. A. funda we And
yrarTlold. male or female. Premier,,. f0,lowinf takcB from the editor
l.lnyd George, in advocating the ra-j, pmgti of tne ( ountry Gentleman.
port, auye iruti alter every uerman ,pp,cW to HIM over cautious
received anonymous e-pop.
n by German in Great I n j
Britain crowing ever th British set
our various 'drives' we are
Save your money and balp Uacle
Sam win the war.
we have not yet, aa a nation, a-;
dopted any such program for the con- '
servation of capital aa ia evidenced ,
hy statements in the English press.
The Chancellor of the Exchequer of'
the British Government a few days!
ago made the following statement:
"Nobody's money can be neutral. J
Money lent to the country fights for
the country. Money spent on luxur-,
let and unessentiala or left, unneces
sarily, lying on deposit at th bank
is helping the enemy
LEADERS HAVE ACRfXD TO PUT
IT wFF UNTIL AUGUST I.
AFTER THE REXES 3.
(By Am, ted Preaa.)
rVsjkisgio, July It, While the
Sens I today .lJlit to debate the
wir eual MM-uttraQ, leader
frajBtd a BTfarJ fo. wiatotation
tomorrow ealliag i$r a ota on the
resolution tbat tk Un postponement
vot o prebibiftvo be until later
next ajQatk a tut tka mid summer
vacation by aa rftUrita of recesses
for three data uafcl August X9. Pro
hibition laadeiw si tfcey hsv agreed
to tbi pita and th leader expect
USES VETO AX
REFUSES TO SIGN AGRICULTUR
AL BILL WITH WHEAT PRICE
(By Associated Press.)
Wsshington, July 12. In vetoing
the twenty-eight million dollar agri
cultural appropriation bill because
of the amendment Axing a govern
ment gux ran teed minimum wheat
price at 12.40 a bushel. President
Wilson informed Congress today
that he did not believe farmers of
America "depend upon stimulation
PRESS THE EH BACK
Oil A THREE NILE EI.
GERMAN ATROCITIES TOLD BY
OF THE CAMERA.
(By Asaociatad . Pre. )-j
Striking th Gerrpanii'V,""
quiet fur the last f v.
French again broke thr ' v '
my defense, thie time oV
front, between "CeeteJ.
Raineva, southeast of A'.
a front of three miles the f..
swept back the enemy mere
a mile, and may be able to pra-s t
enemy back across the Avre and t'.-
create an admirable renlve pout
tion between th. Americana at.",.
tigny and the Australian , fart.. r
north. '.' '. v
Th German report indicate
8. 3. Jr.. wTttts th fnl-
lowiae latter ta him father. Tr. ft. J.
lie sums up Ma interview witn the Ron0wt ht fregeB. Jttfe t.
following cauitic recommendations :: u h- fathae-
I. Lives mu.t be lived more timp- hfcU ilU a 1
'y- I rid w U araia. W arrived herw thie
S. rersonai. nousenoia anu ouai-, fttfrita ,. ayA.O fl4,
nes exensea must be reduced to a t, m , hul re.U
m'n,m"m . , . I W k&ed abatit vn mOtm mat,
3. Surplus of weekly or monthly ighi , -)p , Wod iiMtmc front.
earnings, over necessary expenaiiur. nert AfTsr at bad had braatkfaot,
mul DC invesicn siraijjniwsj in nar jn
A great crowd of men and women
of price to do their utmost to serve gathered last n'ght at the Tabernacle;
the nation and world at this time ofiand witnessed for the first time pie-
crisis." turesof t.rmian outragea and norrora Urjn( British attack from Ypfil
To Ax the price at $2.40 a bushel! as told by the camera. The great' Albert. ,)4 -, '
the President said would increase the crowd of anxious listeners sat in J , Revolt Austrian treops in Set- ,
price of flour from $10.50 to $12.50 breathlesa silence for an hour while bis ia reported from Italian sewne.
per barrel, and would put aa add! I scene after scene was thrown upon Athens reports similar cetitfltjon "
tional burden of $387,000,000 on the screen and the horror and at- tnf Turkish garrison of Asia r '
American consumers- and fore a'rociuus crimes of a murderous na- whr it ia said a German officer , .
similar increase in Canada, thua af-'tion were depicted by a apeaker ho'n)Uru'arc( by Turkish' troops.
ferting practically th entire world, iexplained the various picture shown. I . ' . j
u These picture ar to be shown .
tomorrow afternoon at Kelly and at
I r J - . ; L , . W' MMWM W.11I '
be at both thee place If they only J
hear of the stories they depict and
how th crowd last night shuddered i
, th Bight at th terrible mutilations j
and how their blood boiled with fury)
iaad a determination to beat the Hun '
at aay coat j
IHv ArJ.l PreI 1 I ' A,t"' ,he how'" of th P'"
(tfy Associated free; 4 . . , Aiiengworth a,jV-red
nasnington. uiy 1.. Among in .,itjrrin, ctriotic addr
'. en- .
nun 1 iimiLu
Airplane mail from Washington
reached New York in two and ana
half half hours Thursday, including
an rit'hly-mnute atop at Philadel
phia, r?tMblinhiitg a record. Th av
erage speed during the entire trip
waa more than ninety mile an hour.
Shortening of th average time of
the New York-Washington airplane
mail fliuhta has resulted from the
Increasing familiarity of the flier
with condition usually met
Savmg t ert.ficatea or National WarmU to u ,nd . nm. additional offlc.r. and
n11B,i I. v 1. T 7 .1 - t ! bated men of the American
iraiu wauca xous aaovi eign sms ,.
4. Current Ubincea at the bank . . 1 .ih,w Pnaoner in Germany, the names
b.. ahould be kept a. small a. possible froH u, to.rch.og. bec.u. tr .riT J!TT TV- ,
and the money invented in iaiionai,.. I.rk sf im-Iis for !" ' . . atANT TATIENTS NOW
VL'mr RnH. . ' i aonora, Ky. Both at camp Uarm
war Bond. :)onr jut uJf froln am, .
Not huildinir in Lnirland can bi : ... 1. 1. 1 l . lusai
iccnng no isu n gouu w
ginnig to uncover th cautious citi
xen who, for the life of him, cannot
understand why the government
needs so much money; who wonders
if some of It may not be wasted; who
M.nt.l 1 1 L m M,nntH Ihiaft ,,irv nL
Ur rut into Liberty Bonds would beEnK,,n venrnment ha practically ,, ceutt whic, (, ttrUinly
used to the best advantage and that ...u ...
n. bloated fortune, will be made out'"P,,al "Penditure. and, notw.lh
of government contract. Islanding this fact, money today rule.
This .arne citixen wonder too. cheaper in tngl.nd by over I per
.k.t ill K. Hn. with th. exee:nl- ' do ,n th' "ry-
erected (which costs five hundred .-..ij.i rumA
poun.U or $2,500) without the O Kl Thi, mB - hi,h hi., ..d
of ht. Cap.Ul laau. Committee. The . 6o(J f y,, AMOciaUa fn ,
Knirli.h C.vrtirnnwiit ha nracticsllv ! , " .. . . 1 ' D Aociaieo rresa.;
JENNIE STUART MEMORIAL
(By Associated Press.
Atlantic Port, July 12. A Gonv
submarine three hundred miles
Cape Race, (July 0. captured' tt- , .
Norwegian Bark, Manx King, .and. '
ordered the crew of rdneteen to'
Uke to boat, it waa bareed, tonir-M
when the survivor, arrived ,"
fat of the Bark ia not known.
TWO AIRMEN KILLED At
I TWO INJURED IN
HoapiUl h:u' '
Waiihinvton. Julv 1'2 Conviction Kmh rrowdad with oatienta thia n .n....:n- tn 1..1.. 11 1 I
AU tf tk country for that' , c.rrl.. that the Ger- wek. Tha ho.Dital ia extendina? the',. , ' 'n 1. M ... 1
- --- - , ilUUIII, Wi VWHHi") .......... .
man high command haa encountered .held of its usefulness to many coun- '..rutt0r was killed, and Cadet f
The Jennie .Stuart
matter U beautiful, and, in every di
rection, ad sea green Aelda sur-
serious obstacle in pressing the of- ties in both Kentucky and Tennessee. ( Darington, of WanhST"
... , , , . , r - . ' Willi V. UBiliti,wUi w - 1
rounded by Vail kapt hedge hhjfu,i, on th west front It can- Yesterday F. A. Ashby of thia city,wiu MVer-y injured this aft-
set the fields vf to better advantage
l.l . 1 .: .. . .11 r
aub-icnption to the Red Ctoea fund.l1"' r"?"' " " -"-i-i The train ara Cdrtainly diffrnt
.... . 'more fruirul methods, if thev Will CONil a .L . . , i
whether all tne money is reaiiy neeu-i - -- - ners irom tn one at oorae ana mey
WAITERS ARE INDICTED.
Chicago. July 12. Two waiter
and oAicial of tha WaiUr'a Union
were indicted by hte grand jury to
day a a result of investigation that
patrona of hotel and dining rooms ,f t( mionarle: they ar not of
and restauranU who had alighted
waiters in giving "tip" have been
irutrged with "Mickey Finn" powder
The powders are a concoction, color
less and tasteless, which produc
Conspiracy to bodily harm and
Uia el thai rve for money, nor
have any ef them ever been nown to
amass fortunes thereby. s
At guaranty Poea he Govern
ment prwniaa Uu soldier. that aa will
never. be cold or hungry, or that he
will vif aufer
conspiracy to injura tha public health jkealtly of membenT No. In the big
hy ministering ma powoer. wmcn
were commonly known to medical
profession as tartar emetic, la charg
ed. W. 8. Wood, alleged manufac
turer of the powder, waa
WHITE MAN ELECTROCUTED.
buainea ef war everybody casts in
hia lot, assuming that tha individuals
in charge will do tha bast they can,
leaving criticism and doubt to those
among Who ar near enough at hand not on
ly to criticise wuwly but to ugga
remedies. , . - ...
War ia not a case of safety first
Melvin Collin, of Carter, county.
Ky., who killed three men in May at
Oliva H1U, Ky.. wea electrocuted yes
terday morning In tha penitentiary
Bt Eddyvlll. Collin claimed the
three man had reported hia bb
alacker and attempting to evade th
tntu , .
DEATH AT LAFAYETTE
Mr. Mary iell. wii of T. R
EtelL died Tbursday morning at bar
bom ia Lafayatt. Death was caus
ed by flux. Mr. Etell wsj 74 yean
old and wet 4 member of tha Metho-
dtat church. , . .
cept tbt til, too, war divided in-1
to Cynjivartllt Tb trains travel j
j a ,k.,i..- .-r ....rhlBrv sera every dollar of income and ... .hn, .....i.i.j .w. M.m Th.
lis at hand for protection against was-:!""" " " " "-" coacbaf ar divl,Jd ihto three corn-
Few private citiscna have been(Ufe, t i th old atory of refusing ,nv',,n",n " L'berty Loan Bonds p.rtot, irh fcM about ight
buried with such honor as John Pur-Iu ub:rib to missionary funda be- W r :'vt Stamps, the bank prnop w,a, lsut th one w
r.y M.tehel. All new exchangee and. Mmrbody U reported to havei0' runtry will gradually be r,- n (f , M, wn9 Urffr
many buameaa housee closed ounng u that f ,,,, fuail r. ud !'" i""" " -Jcar. tkyuih, kicj wre not great
the funeral. Two wagonloada of 0W , ammiatraUon. it eing assumed orteponding euse in the """"'yjiy !,mt tl thw at liome. ex
era were dropped oy novenng air-,s.. dirt .nd .b.olute field work. mareet win Hr-..i.
plane over the city. Throe thoua-jj. th on)y gitimata f orm of expen
and lilie. were donated by the city of-1 ditur
AciaU and thousand of American, These overcautious people need to
roses by Mrs. Robert Bacon, wife otb- reminded that in thia criy world
the former American ambassador to of ourl w p.-ny 1U9t tturt ,mt.
body. Life haa grown so complicated
that each of cannot as an indivi
dual keep hie hand upon every detail.
Rather mors than ninety -put cent
of tha world' work ia dene upon hen
or; bW-tli people who nnder-
llaka Red Cross and relief work are
not believe that a renewal of th at- had hia tonula removed. Mrs, Kuy when a ajrpBn dropped IJ.
tack would be deferred voluntarily Barker and her son Allen Barker. mi Scott Peld here,
when it ia obvioua that every day' of Pembroke, are about ready to be j . " '
delay work against th ultimata sue
ees of th purpose of forcing a mil
tar) derision thia year.
Munes Margaret Johnson and El
Sattlcy returned last evening
dismnwed. Mrs. Riley Butler and Wkhju f.u j,y
u. ". "lv' ,r ao,n Second Lieut Harry J. Bo-.'."'
nicely following operations
structor in a Aight, was kiU .
Nathaniel Berry, of Clark.ville. op-wh.B pUn f j, jVU u
fast wi n M the- lft hand tract, vU wu Mr. Fn nd Mr. J..,r Wilkinson.
FROM MAD DOG
SEVERAL FARMERS LOSCHEAV.
ILY WilEN DOG BITES CAT
Itt, HOGS. HORSES. ETC.
A collie dog belonging to J. R.
Clardy, of th Oak Grove vicinity,
recently went mad and bit four cows
for Mr. Clardy, a horse and cow for
Mr. Giles, and about 50 head of
fine hogs belonging to W. R. Lad
ford. All the animals bitten either died
or had to be killed. The first evi
dence of the dog being mad was it
running after chicken. After making
a round in the neighborhood and
doing the damage above mentioned
the dog was killed.
READY FOR ASPHALT.
South Main street ha been metaled
and rolled by tha "WllUpus-Walll-pu''
and baa been ready for U.I
rock eiphalt covering for several
day. There ia soma unexplained da
lay in getting tha a.phatt from
instead i til right
Th ! tre are so short that
you kgv Vo g t bed while it U
light la arJer t gt enough deep.
It gee dark about eleven o'clock and
start gtag light again about three
That aeein stvsmga t? ma because I
had thought Ltx 4yi and eight here
were about the PJ A in the states.
Wa watt Rlm- warm reception
in tU tba tnM though which we
pas(d, t ) of tha pUcea
where w atofpe teat, the people
served s tt.
Th Tt ear ia th town wre
all double deckert tad art run chiefly
by woaiea- There (r a lot of wom
an who- wotk ia Ua factorie, too.
and ot U ulf 7ttU -tea woman in
uniform daiag aje ktnd of man'
I bavj ua Ml BrgjUak aoldiers
since I la Jed wo ksv been at the
erated upon a few day ago, ia do
Mis Bernice tastile. of Dover.
Tenn., ia approaching convalescence.
Mrs. Green Clark. Mr. O. K. Vin-
home waa in Philadelphia. Lieut ttf
gurd A. Enieraon, tha other eceupeet
of the machine, was not seriously in
jured. The plane fell ly 1 00 feet.
K. Jameson, at Weir. Kv. of Morton a Lap. are Uoing nicely
Mrs. M. E. Radford has gone loj'"' 0" - 10 ,u th,r
Lagan county for a visit of several j homes.
weeks to frienda near Rusaellville. J B. Wilkinaon. of Clark.ville. was
Mr. and Mrs. R. S. Adama and operated upon Thursday,
eon have returned to their home in Mrs. A .Glover, of Trenton, operat-
Richmond. Vs.. after a visit to Mr. ed upon Thursday and Miss Katner
and Mra. Hus-h McShane. Mra. Adams ine Garth, operated upon
mother. day. both of
EAR CUTTING STORY.
TWO FARMS FOR SALE.
The big land sale near Gracey
July 25th will offer a fine opportun
ity to purchase two splendid farms
and two separate tract of timber
the property of the late Jas. R. Gaines
Read the ada elsewhere for particu
lars. Mis Clara Belle Thompson haa
been in Paducah thia week in the in
terest af Bethel College.
City Clerk John W. Richards ia
Washington, July 1 1. Statement
of German cruelties attributed by a..''
St. Louie newapapor to an sid ,.,
sergeant of , thp American expedi-
Wednea- tionary force aent to th United
Trenton, are getting Stales to assist in the third Liberty .
Li. ;.i loan era denied by C.en. Persuing m
-.W,. t 1 LI... ,.. ku
Mrs. Geo. Gee. of thi. city, w.s a caoiegram sum
operated upon a few day. ago war department. Gen. Per-hi.ig
Mrs. CUrence Hulse, of p.mbroke.' recommenced tnai 11 tn. .r..v
few days ago, ia
operated upon a
Fireman Hopaon. of Cerulean,
badly Injured in an accident three
weeks sgo, is now
in a wheel chair.
quoted correctly, he be returned it -
mediately to France for atttva du'. .
The statement attributed to tJ
sergeant waa quoted in Geo. Persa-
able to be up'mga cablegram aa touowe:
The uermaaa give poisenea cn
front for 6 netU to I year. "dconnnt(, u hu room b- ,Btfc
may au - gJW 10 a ia Bi.gn.y Nkk Thoma4i cf Blythed.t. Ark..
g4. ooa.e a, , cngi.sa who ha been her several day en
-v.a a Vg vecawey acceu a bu,jneM, returaed home.
a cUBtUil Iw m w D-n(aaa mem
Howeywr, H of th0 Ulk not very
tuii-k f"fatl' frwu Nw Yeiker.
TJUH tum mm Y. M. C A. buil
dinat -b 4)d ' have American
M-seWu-t B 'V hut kav can
tevna IB ti,,V'", rt tan get dif-fejr-Sa
t ft b.U- tUt
I fcp- w M py day mob
because, financially, I am a pauper.
I gueae wa will be paid right away,
I'll- writ you again when 1 get
settled down. With lov to all,
Your loving son.
Bat. Cm 2 ad French Motor Bt.,
American txp. Foims via N. Y.
.... . a S. a
Mis. Elisabeth Lackey, city, ia ln' ti'ren 10 eai ana nam,
the hospiUl for aurgical treatment.:"'" "" ,w,th-
Mr. F. McCord. of Crofton. la do-;-ho ' rhlJr
ing weH. ' writhing and laugh aloud when t.
Mrs. Sam McKee. city, ia a mad-'nnade. explode. I eaw eae Amen
icel patient ' bout 17 aX wh
Miaa Mary NuhoU. of Oak Grove. 'been captured by the Ger-yinK co..
will soon be well. I back to our trenche.... H had cot-
ton in and about nia ear. 1 bssn
ome one what tha cotton wa for.
"Th German cut off bis ear and
leant him back to tell na they ant
Mrs. Jno. P. Prowse, Jr., city,
Phil T. Roberta, ef Cratey.
"I"""" I--. - -
C. P. Tappan. city, and J. B. Settle. n' "
111... -.r.Ji..-J .'feed American, tuberculueui ge a.
traatnunt , 1 here -,No foundaUoa whatever
fur any sucn iuuniu u-4 -"j
axperivBc w bve-d.- Ce. Per
shtog .aid. ' , . j
tyea teet.d, ttai gr-.
,.n MS Jl -
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