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RECLASSIFICATION ADDS riFTT
MORE TO CLASS ONE. MOST
The Lo.nl KxrmpUon Bnerd
,.,. the reelsaaiflrstinn of ell m"
in the fin.1 rfr.fl of It". P""'n
many more In rim- on. "
these re, Unified at thin time ere eol
ered and mart o in order that the list
ho complete for me
200 colored men who will lesee nere
July I for ramp.
u..;fi.J J.I 10 ssd lit
(Is to Claw
rnrTewl K. Knyd 'I
James Madison W irks. I
Johnson Henderson ..I
Nirk A. Hoon
John Wesley Newell, tol 3
Richard Newell, c J
Ellis MrKee. e 3
Kmmett MrRrynnlrl e.4
John 8. Mr Reynolds e I
JefT MrReynolds. r. .
Masnie Moore, r
Hary Moore, r. . . .
Douglas Mom, c. ..
Jo MrCowan, e. . .
Robt. MMtn r. . . .
Will Martin, c...
Will Kd Masaie. c,
Morton l-owery. e
Calvin Lewis, e . .
George lavrll. r '-
Rata Lewis, c
FairleiRh I.esvell. .c. .3
Robt Leevell. c 4
Will Mom. r
Mat Moore, r
A Ion to Moorr, c
VWian Minims, c II
Milton Pahney Msyes e'2
Wm. Alexander I.ursn, t i
E.Mie l-onir. c 2
Jo Andrew Laprade, t
Frank Lsry. e
Will Lacy, c 4
John Lary. c
ller.y Krndnrk, C....4
("old Kmw, t 4
V'm. Brown, e 3
Al Knott, c 2
Welter King, c 4
Howard King, c 4
Freddie King. 3
llillsrd King, c 3
Wehxter Kilihrrw, e. .2
' Wash June, c 4
Ed Jones, c 4
Austin Johnnon c 4
Alex Johnnon, c 4
Jefferson D. Howie, c . . 4
Lurton llowrll. c 4
John Hooka, c I
Preston Holmes, e. . . . 4
Roy Giheon, c 2
Great Auction Lot Sale!
Tuesday, July 16, at Edenwold, Tenn.
The $300,000,000.00 Powder Plant City
Barton Brothers Auction Company (Standard of the South) will ofler for
ale at public auction, for the high dollar, the property of Allen-McKinne
Company, at Edenwold, the powder plant city, right at the bridge across
the Cumberland River, and overlooking Old f fickory Powder Plant, where
more than three hundred million dollars $300,000,000.00 now
being spent by the Government. This property consists ol be".ut:
ful business and residential lots. Property in Hopewell, Va , Gary, lnd
and other places where not one third the amount that is now being spent
at Edenwold advanced 1000 per cent, in a year. Edenwold property
will do better. Buy a lot here and become rich. Free lot given away,
absolutely free. You don't have to buy or bid, just be present, to get a
chance. Free Lunch, Free band concert all day. Free prizes. Railroad
fare refunded to out-of-town purchasers. This is an opportunity people
living away from Nashville may never have again. Everybody come.
Everybody welcome. Take the LAN. Railroad to Edenwold, or Galla
tin Interurban to Parmer station, where Free automobiles will meet each
train. Don't lorget the day or date, Tuesday, July 16, at 10:30 a. m.
BURTON BROTHERS AUCTION COMPANY
Standard of the South Selling Agents for AlIen-McKinnie Co.
Free Observation Tower
Constructed On The
No. 67 Arcade. Nashville, Tenn.
Phone Main 3051
(By Associated 1'ress.l
Game railed at end of 10th inninjr
on account of dark neM.
Called at end of ninth inning ac
count of darkness.
AH twilight games.
IDE NtWtSf KNIT I INC. RUI.r.S
New York 6
Game railed at ned of 7th inning.
I'itUhurg N York
GOT WHAT SHE ASKED FOR.
An Ameriran negro atevedore ae-
eurned to the great dorks in Bouth-
wetera Kranre had written several
letters to his Mark Kunsanna in Jack
oeile. t'U , where the wrote bark
" uu H don't nrvah tell Bie noUi
isf 'bout the battle a-UI. Tildan
Sublet ' have done wrote her all
boot how he kotrhed two Germans
all by hiMlf and kilt three mo'."
The nevedore was reluctant to
wll hi girl that he was doing man
ual lsnr and that hia only accouter
wwnt wa the tinware fro mwhich he
at h war bread, "ulum" and cof
fee. Ha reply ran:
"Dear Kue: lie battle am goin'
You would faint if I told you de
foil detail. Ah'm standing in blood
to my knres, and every tint I
move I t. p on a dead (ierman. W
are too close to ue our rifles, and
we're bitin' and gougin' 'tea. At one
time me and two oUuh niggahs was
hangm' on to de rruwn prince wid our
teeth and old pa kaiser done boat
us off wid a feme rail until roam
fostments comer Life. ,'
8t Louis . .
T. P. A.
Toot J will hold its regular monlh
ly meeting tonight at S o'clock at the
A fuD attrmianre is urged aa Met
iers of importance ere to be consid
F. H. MASON. Sac.
VICTIM OF FEVER.
Louise, agt-d T ywears. daugsUr
i m. ana Mrs. n. a. beay, of Qia
West Fork neighborhood, dyd Tburs-
oay oi lever.
P. O. Bos 33. rim SI
HOPKINS VILLZ, KY.
BUCKS SI CO DOES SI 3S
Btigger lha ClvWk.ni .Hsv TTsaa
Cbsaser Tlus CW
Lot Young UtiUty AabbiU Far
' . ' ... k ,
Those who havs been thinking the
farmhand has been underpaid should
compare hia wages with what the rity
man kt paid. An editorial In the July
Farm and Fireside says:
"The farmhand conies in for con
siderable discussion nowadays, but he
maV'h better elf Uian most people
think. The Ohio State Council of
lle'enee has been making a survey
of labor conditions, and rcpoiia that
a married man working on the farm
for 330 a month is aa well off
f ha were to receive $105 in a rity
a 111 city Jod; wai a aiu iarm
Job squala a I US city job, and so
on. Not taking into consideration,
tha report adds, 'the possibility of
raiontf seme stock or produce on
afisraa, which i usually customary.'
"Nor baa wis married man en the
fanis jab monopoly of advantages.
far tha report farther finds that an
uaKarrisd farmhand receiving 2S is
aa wall off as if ha were receiving
ISO ill tha city; that a 330 job for
the beckalnr farmhand equate a 0
cy jobs ed that a 140 Job en tha
farm i as good as a job m trie
city, and aa an. The diferanre In ag
gregate) returns is brought eVout by
house rant, groceries, meat, milk,
light, fael, unnecessary . aipensss.
VINE CROVE GIRL LOS IS
'. SIGHT WHILE ASLEEP
' Vina trove, Ky . hxf II Miss
Louise Medley, the lS-vaar-old daugh
ur ef Mr. and Mrs. Frank Medley.
awoke this morning to And herself to
tally blind. The parents wfH leave
with her tomorrow for LoaWvtlle for
treatment ander a apeetanst.
Tri WsaaeL a Csraaa from Let
villa, was arrested at Tayimrsviils,
ly.. for aaytef he hoped Cessna?
weula wia- h i
ti inrhrs on three needles 20 on first, 20 on second, IS on
Knit 2. purl 2 for three inrhrs. Knit plain eight imhos.
Divide stiUhes: 2H on btt needlr (for heel
14 on second nerdlr.
14 on third needlr.
Int needle ( Knit 1 row. turn, purl I row. Turn. Rrpe from
() until you have 27 rows. Alwsys slip ll stitch.
Begin, to turn heel on wrong side.
Slip 1.' purl 13, purl 2 together purl 1. turn.
Slip L' knit 5. slip 1, knit 1. paw, alipprd etiUh ovrr knit stitch,
knit I. turn.
Slip I, purl 6, purl 2 ttrr(li-r. purl I. turn.
Shp I, knit 7. slip I. knit 1. pas "''I' "ih over knit stitch, knit
Klip I, purl ., purl 2 together, purl I, turn.
Slip I. knit 9. slip I. knit I, pss slipped stitrh over knit stitch,
knit I, turn.
Continue until there are IS stitrhes on the needle.
Tick up 13 stitrhes on side of brel. list, needle )
Knit stitrhes of 2nd snd 3rd needles on to one needle. (2d need
le) Pick up thirteen stitches on other side of beeL and take eight
stitrhes from lut needle. (3rd needle.)
1st needle (A) Knit to within 3 stitches of end. knit 2 together,
2nd needle (B) Knit plsin. "
3rd needle (C) Knit 1, slip 1, knit I. pass slipped stitch over
knit stitrh. Knit to end.
(D) Knit around plain.
Repeat A. B. C. I. until you have: 14 stitrhes on 1st needle, 2ft
stitrhes on 2nd needle. II lit he on 3rd needle.
Knit plain 5 4 inches.
1st needle (E knit to within 3 stitches of end. knit 2 together,
2nd needle (F) Knit I. slip I. knit I. pass slipped stitch ever
knit stiUh. knit to within 3 im-he of end. knit 2 together, knit I.
3rd needle IG Knit I. flip I. knit I. pa dipped stitch over
knit stitrh. tint to end
(H) Knit 2 rows plain.
Repeat E F G H 3 times (making 4 times in sll )
Then narrow every other row 8 times.
Knit the 8 stitches of your 1st needle on to your 3rd needle.
You now have ten stitches on each of the 2 needles.
Break wool (leaving 12 inch length) and thread it into worsted
needle. Hold sock so that the worsted needle is at your right hand
always keeping wool under kniling needle, weave front and bark
together as fotlnwtt:
(I Pass wonted needle through I'M stilrli of front knitting
needle as if knitting, and slip stiU h IT tlir knitting needle.
Pass through second atllch as if purling, and leave stitch on the
rasa through lit st:trli of back needle a. if purling, and slip
stiU-h off the knitting needle.
raw through 2nd stitrh of bark needle a if knitting, and leave
stitch on knitting needle.
Repeat from I) until all stitches are off needles.
In order to svoid ridge arrosa end of toe. fasten wool iown the
Iid on level surfsre the finished soik Hhoiild measure:
Foot: Length, 114 inches, but, ISVs to 1 is acceptable.
Ig: length. 14 inches; circumference, ft inches.
Cuff: Circumference, unstretrhed. S inrhes; .tretrhed to fullest
extent. 1 3 indie.
Administrator's Sale of
Thursday, July 25 !
AT TEN A. M.
ALES to be held on Land in order to wind up the
the estate of the late Jas. R. Gaines.
These two fine bodies of land together with 2 sma'l I
tracts of timber will be sold to the highest bidder at $
PUBLIC AUCTION ! f
YOUR FAITH MOW DEEP IS ITT
Privat lUrold R. I'rat, in an article
which appears in the Red Cross Msg
aiine for June, exhorts the people of
America to have fsith in the God of
Nations in our present ordeal.
"It is hard. Who ran mrssure the
terror of the supreme test? The Bel
gian devastation? Aak the Belgian
refugees why they will not leave
England, why they will not cross the
Atlantic to a larger country and
world of nw opportunity. Why?
'Because we are going home, wheal'
Victory is ours when the enemy ie
driven over the border, when shells
ere stilled and dead men's bones msy
rest in quietness.'
"Faith-have we such superb faith?
If vou doubt your power ef faith,
aika ramdv now. Each toi
squared shoulders is a victory toward !J uachanged.
the victory whicbls final.
"We must win. Every word whis
pered of peace ie ours before right
of earning, is a whieper to aid the
enemy. Every word whiapered of
esse, before psace for all time ie
(Fltrniahed by Whttfleld Bros.,
Odd Fstlowa Bldg J
July 12, ISIS.
July . . . . 1H0 164 150 11M
Aug ....160 163S 1(0 161
Kept ....160 163 169 161
July 73 7HVi 78 78
Aug 71 Tt 71 71
Sept 70 72 70 70
.45.50 48.55 48.25 48.26
.26.37 26.87 26.37 36.30
Sept 21 80 21 R2 24 72
Louisville Live Sloth.
Cattkr. 3b0; hogs, 2400; 28c high
Each test held on' sr. tops I1T 2B. Sheep 6,000; steady
Thursday's casualty list contains
IS dead, 27 wounded and 23 missing
action. Fslig E. Elliott, of Crutch
gained ie a shirking of the UsU and. held. Ky. U la the Utter list The
trials ef a fsith which most, preve marine list contains 17 dead aad IS
worthy of Victory. " severely weanded.
TERMS OF SALE-One third Cash. Balance in one, two and three years.
Notts to bear 6 per cent, interest
DESCRIPTION OF LANDS
The "Montgomery Place" located 3 miles of Gra y.
cey, on the Hopkinsville and Cadiz highway, conced-
r d to be one of the mot beautiful farms in the coun
ty and containing 412 acres all in high state of cut
"The Gaines Home Place" located 2 miles of
Gracey, on the Hopkinsville and Eddyville highway,
containing 400 acres, with 360 acres in high state of
cultivation, and 40 acres in timber.
51 12 acres of fine timber located on the Cadiz
road, 4 miles west of tha Montgomery Place, and
opposite Hammond's pond.
20 acres of good timber one mile northeast of
the Montgomery place. The two farm will be offered
In two tracts each, and each (aim will then be offered
as a whole. Remember the date of sale and be on
Prospective Buyers On See Land lit AhyTimc By Ap
plying to Manager on the Piaoc
A. S. TriRDIBISILE!
t AUCTIONEER. ...
t HOPKINSVILLE . KENTUCKY
Ice Cream lime Has Come
Aad we ere alwsys ready to (M year erases pwhr.
Oar cesses is the best, pares! sad ssesl eseaemisal it is pec
sibls to boy. ,
VANILLA, CARAMEL, CHOCOLATE. CHEMY. HUT
... TANGO FLAVORS.
$1.50 Per Gallon,
$1.00 Per One-Half Gallon,
75c Per Quart,
Brick Creea asado oa order, IS.SO per gallon, packed
4 deUeereeV All orders sask oa eVUeery. TeUekeae in
Telephone SOO. M1M Taoae 99.
GARRISON ICE CREAM COMPANY.
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