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GREATER HOPKINS- J
5 VILtE WANTS YOU."
ily Vol. 1. No 114
HOPKINSVILLEf KENTUCKY, SATURDAY. JULY '20, 1918,. , -
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fcoatveBiajL Jtroeaptly. Ami If yea
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Th reported death of Quentin
Receevett ha not been confirmed,
bt late 'djp pate hrt give strong color
to tha theory that ha landed un-
hart and la now a prisoner.
Whan the Americana broke through
an a quiet lone, without artillery
preparation, they found aiany of the
llaaa harvesting the rye crop of the
I'rattch farmeni to appropriate tt to
Uelr own ne.
A dispatch friHn -Amsterdam aayi
tha Holland new bureau announced
that the agreement between (ireat
. Britain and Germany for the ex
change of prisoners wss signed Sun
day at The Hague and will be u fe
rn itUd to hoh government for rat
Ifiration. Perauae of rlifluulty encountered
In getting bind, at Wert. Point... Ky..
the war department la considering
transferring to Fayettevillr, N. C.J
an artillery training ramp planned
for tha KeoHifky town, I
American negro troop are helping
to hobl the allied line again againat '
tha fifth German,, offensive They
requested the favor of being permitt
ed ln,Uki, nr part of tha Una of
attacktahisgfc-ifc?' had bew hM"e'
a ptece -of r'renrh sector for the past
three months without relief.
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. Alon the B&-mile front 'of the
American advance, at one point a lo
cal thunderstorm had run all hands
into the dugouts and when the Amer
icana appeared they foand tha en
tire outtit nicely bottled ouC-They
war ftrm their choice of coming out
hanua vp or having grenailos'pilchad
in. They agreed ta be a goxJ as
a live Hun roubl be. :
Tile text of the agreement for the
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wn .rru r.m-, Uy......v.-. - (
waa BIBTnen on UIJ I rmnaini
vtsion. for the exchange of ofliicra,,
, n .
noa-csmmnwioned onitera ami wen
prtsoncr ef war, as wrll as British
and Germans interned in Holland. 1
Tha tatter will leave the rountrvl
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1 Tell I ill iv 11m jitiajii w e
Ta Acrk.n government h..'"' "K hc '"""'y nJ tt""l""f
agreed 14 to Chin, by Ameri- of n"-tV hn ,r"nK'
can banker, provided China cancel. vflcn es.., to wander
IP our outstanding loana and that h"'uh th ranJ' or "'"' 'he
all loana be h.red by th. bankers. - b"u- w',,, f'
of tha t'niled SUte Great Dritain. 1 ""' ve" "P'1"- ""'J
Kram-o-and Japaa- IeUiU of. th.'" tha miniature menagerie wh.ch
loan have not been completed buttha child gathered from all part, of
150.000.000 ahe approximate ruj-l" country. fr when it wa. known
or. under con.fd.ration to be ad-ht the ColoneU a. far from being
vanced from thia country
Thai nivrrnmrnt ia
about to as-
urn reVtrvreYT the'tmtlr. mtdUal'rc t:""''7-contribuUd IIs.m. Jhck Wadlmgton and Mr..
profesaion in the United Statea to,rt ot strange peu 10 me nnuei
obtain .ufTWVnt "doctors' for the fast House collection,
growing armv and at the aame time One of the prime favorite, of
to distribute those remaining in the Quentin wa. a beautiful little pony
localities where they are most needed hick had been given to Archie, his
for civilian work. Of the 143.000 ct.ier l.i.dlur, by Secretary ol the In
doctors in the United State, it U'Wrior Bliss. One., when Archie waa
estimated between 80.000 and to.. : HI. Quentin became possessed of the
000 are in active practice and 23.000 llca that his brother1, recovery de
or about one fourth, are in the' army pended on seeing tho pony. Where
or navy. Nearly 60,000 wiU bo re,, upon ha managed to get the little
quired eventually for the army. aniiiiar into the private elevator in
v 'the Whit. House and took him to the
While the Sammiea were giving
the Kaiser' men th first degree, .the
Australians many mile away start-
ed little push of their own-on
a mil front and advanced a third
of a mile. They picked up a bunch
of 33 prisoners, whose angry captain
made a spectacle of himself and,
ha waa not in th. handa of,
the Canadians, got by with it. Th.
.risoner. said they had been tab!
111..:.... had fallen and that ..they
woul.lbe in Pnria by the and of the
To care for American wounoeu
Mnt from French sector to French 'ancient elm of th Whit Hous prl--
military hospital, the American Redivate ground. A pet snake was one u, jut it"
Cro. ha oarlgned one of -H nurses J of the lad's favorite possession! snd t was difficult to keep Quentin
and an aid. speaking both English 'it was ssid that he had more thaa.out f the war, even when it waa
and French to every hospital caring 'once created panic in bis school byjconnnej to the Central Powers and
for American men. It wa explained , producing thia reptile, which ho had.tha Entente; when America entered
that bafor the nurse wer as
signed some of th men who had been
fighting l French regiment ar
rived ej inatitutions wher no on.
could ap Eagludv-and aoaraquent
ty .th men wore nandlcapped In d-scnbi-
ttli-yntptniB 4 tnaking
ALLIES 0FFB6IVE SWEEPS ON
WITH HUNS 0M THE DEFENSIVE
(tiy Associated Press
Notwithstanding the fact that the
Germans have thrown reinforcements
Into the battle between Soimoii and
Chauleaa Thierry, they have nowhere
l-een able to item the allied tide.
I riuay taw the Americana and tha
Trench batter their way forward fur
ther eastward, successfully with.tan
if inn a tcrriffic counter blow south
west of Sollwonv
The gain Fnday curr rd to the
greatest ilrptha in renter the twenty-
ive mile line and on southern flank
wl.rr Americana fighting tn addition
'" afflicting extremely heavy caaual-
lt" upon the Germans the franco-
4mcrivan have taken 17,01)0 pnson
tri and more than 3 til) cannons.
The offensive the German atarted
"onilJr boln "l t Rheims
eema deflinOely ended with the Teu
ton on the difcnie along thi line
al thofe'pointa where the fighting con
tinues. BABY OF WHITE HOUSE
YOUNG ROOSEVELT WAS
LIFE OF THE-CAMTAl;j - "T""-"
' Wa.hinaton. I. - d.i" u)y . The tobacco thus obUined waa sol.)
Quentin Roosevelt waa t by af .an the loose floor, once a week.
the RooaeveK adnuniatratiiV and his' From Feb. 2 ta the past week the;
pranks at the. White Jlouso and
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'arhool are affectionately rememneren ,
by Washington. He waa born here
in Sovmbf )897i ,h, flmj,y)
. u . .
secretary of the navy in th. McKin
Tha boy waa a boin naturalist.
ith a special love for animal life.
and many were the stories told of his
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iliaturoea oy in. ooy . iraiia, cncoui
aged first-hand studies in natural his-
tory, friend and admirers in every
bedroom . on th upper floor wher
the sickboy lay.
On of the old family friend, told
today of the scene in a Washington
street car caused by the discovery)
1K.1 timini. u. n nresent on !
hia way W the White Hous. with a
nive iuii vi yrj
lr...l in Indian irarb with trail-
ing turkey feather, down hi. back
and an Indian head dree. Quentin
.organised a band of Indian from.
th email boys of his acquaintance
living in the neighborhood of the
While House and many wer. the
fierce tribal battle. lougm unuer mi
concealed ia hi clothing.
Quentin wa. a public school boy.
hi fsther believing that waa tha true
school ol democracy. Hia school
mates recall on day when tb teach
er was asking the class to state th
LceupatioM f Uelr Jath.ro.' nd t
RAISED $ 1 2 350
FOR RED CROSS
LADIES' TOBACCO SELLING CAM.
PAIGN CLOSES A GRAND '. '
The lied Crosa Tobacco Campaign
has rimed, after a succeiuiul run of
I nearly aix months.
About 160 ladies took part in the
campaign from week to week. It
waa a strenuous task, but the interest
land courteous aid of the warehoue
I men and the generous spirit of the to
bacco growers were factors that made
The plan wa to Uke a "hand" of
tobacco from every truck load ard
'Oajmri oi (ouacco soni ai eacn oi me
seven warehouses, thia being donated
by the buyers from samples. Tobac
co wa then solicited from farmers
' a. it i Im aw-u ssnUaJ J
aners a no laciorj wnri i.ici.mi.n.
time was divided into periods of four
, J V.r
weeaa. eacn vim a e.iu. nu
The amounU realised by th. week
. , , , . h mnnlh. the rautain
and lieutenanta were as follows:
I Campaign Committee .. $1)0 4.1
Miss Mary Clark. Capt.. . 148.37
Misa Bertha Cayce. Lieut. 33.1.41
i u it u..un..i.i. It .11111 Ait
1 Mrs. E. U Weather.. Capt 7.1 04
2 Mrs. H. M FrankeL Lt... 718.72
3 Mr. Ed. Gray 327.80
4 Mrs. F. P. Thomaa. 1.1. . .55.1.61 1
. 120.12 00
I Mrs. W. M. Hancock, Capt 73!) 04
2 Mr. W. R. Wheeler. Lt...8:l.l
,rbert McConnell. LU.
4 Mr. Thoa. Wilson, Lt
1 Mrs. J. O. Cook. Capt. . . . IHii.3
2 Mrs. P. W. Kitchen and Misa
Frances Summers, Lta. ...1912.28
3 Mrs. H. M. Frankcl and Mrs.
U Weathers, Lta
I Mrs. V. L. tiatea and Mr. R. A.
Lindsey. Lt 750.03
1 Mrs. N. Melon, Capt...
-M" Lucile VanCleve and Mr. J.
O. Cook. Lt 658.79
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3 Mrs. W. R. Wheeler
nd Mrs. N.
4 Mr. J. O. Cook. Lt
5 Mr. J. O. Cook. Lt
ToUl . .
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that was no longer possible.
The Wr Sv.ne Staiupa wn
p.ljn eiiueu at rcmonm iai.iuatn
Witb a blrf crow4 00 haiid. Tbd
wblilwina ipessmif oautpuign ana
r.glstieUuo will b LclJ tu-dy.
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WILL BE CHOSE TOOAY FWOM
e kui ur aw kLAJI vkk
mor"'" ovT ".
men or rUlMI on , w ,M a.ca.ble at the ,
Court House and 2 of thoir aumber
will be selected for a draft ordered to
Tne names of the man anmmoned
were published a day or two ago.
Thia includes a number of young men
recently taken from lower classes and
placed in class one. These will bo foW
I..U...I .., I,.. ...11 t... . ...k
that ia expected to bo for a
1 1 11 1 1 1 1 x r
w w w .
IC tT tTV
P fX f4 fX4 fs r
FOLLOWING THE FLAG
Luther Wolfe, Jr., has arrived safe-
ly ovtmeaa according to information
received by his father.
Edward Quarles, who is now at
Brownsville, Texas, ha. been examin-
ed fur overseas service.
Errett Lipscomb, of Great Lake
Naval Training School, ia visiting his
mother, Mrs. Virginia Lipscomb, for
a few days.
Prentice Thomas, a member of tha
U. S. Marine Corp, has returned to
c,mP Charleston, S. Car., after
visit 01 -several uays to bis mother,
Mrs. F. P. Thomas.
Haracc C. Herndon, son of Mr. and
Mr. Geo. T. Herndon, cashier of the'
Adams Express Co., at Detroit has'
been ordered to report for training
at Camp Custer, Mich. II. wa. mar-1
ried about six months ago. He has1
k... h... f.. . V... I
Lukf rr,nkin or Golden Pond.l
kv nM foin severely wounded in1
a 1 -.1
An antiaircraft giia of tb typa aaich pMlect many of
r ranee. Th. new. came In a niea- . . . 1
sag. to hia mother, which said that MORE IIOPKINSVILLE OFFICERS.
tL chaiicea wer not favorable for,. r
hi. recovery- H. ia 23 year aid and , lo tu list ol loimuiMioned om
was drafted last fall. He is son of cer appointed from South Main St..
Mrs. Salli Franklin.. j mentioned in ye.terday paper
1 First Sergeant E. T. Waller .flpdl
Supply Sergeant Robt. B. Waller have
been sppoinled to officers, training,
schools where they will train for com-!
, missions as enters. Sgt K. T. Wal
ler will go to Csuip Creaal.af, Ga.,
and Sergt Robt. B. Watl.r will go to
Ctmf Qu,ntlf0t v.,.Bar Richmond,
information has comi. to this officer part of tho city are: "
tht fi.rgt JC T. W.ber paeaed that Capt. (Drl W. W. Durham.
beet oxarasnation I any mas la his
m ... -.Y ; ,
jl'ORK TO BE
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DAWSON SPRtNCS ANt, iiovi.',?" mr to the
DENCE RAILROAD EXTEN
SION ONLY TEMPORARILY
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Troendlu. who haa just
Mr. T. R.
from Washington report.
Uat he aucceeded in getting an order
, . .L .k. n
ton Springs lailroad to Providence,
th,t " danger of being atopped
un"' 'lrr ,he ar- Mr- Troendle
rPrt that a new construction con
ct waa made Tuesday and that th.
work will h muti...l ut nnr .! th.
coad pushed to a conclusion. The re-
cent failure of a bottling plant at
...a. i.ii.it u , m w.vi.iiie wmii. ai
Dawiion he save had no relation to
any of the big projects with which
he b nnclL including the rail-
road. the new hotel and other enter -
Thee are all moving along towards
success un a large scale. He is very,"1" h,H hole.
'"Ptimiatic concerning the futur of thriatopher Ford of New York city
I. All men and boy of 10
years ef ace and over, white
and colored, at regular voting
. precinct in which they re
' 1 All women and girls 16
' year and over will register at
the school building wher the
children of their streets attend
3. All of, the cwlured women
and girla will register ut the
school building where the child
ren of their streets attend schooL
The hours of registration
will be from 8 a. in. to 8 p. m.
6. Outside of llopkinsville
people will register at the school '
hou.ie of the dintrict in which
should.be added the following
Col. Jouett Henry
Capt (Dr.) Austin Bell.
Lieut. Ucnry L. Base.
Lieut. John R. Green, Jr.
Lieu(. R. Mill. Campbell.
Lieut H.nry I. Eager.
These additions mnk. nine captains
and vn lieuten.nU. From anoth -
Lieut. Alvtn H. Clark.
.Lieat ileiskkal A, Ldi- .4
OFF LOfiG ISLAND BY U-B01T
MAYOR TELEPHONES WATER
WORKS AND WHOLE CITY
KNOWS SOMETHING DOING -
; Kvansvillr. Intl.. July IS'. Clow-
ing in ragtiin. version as it the
man in charge of the cord ni In-
tuxicated, the water works whistle
proclaimed to Ev.n.ville yeterday
th. new. of the flr.1 big American ln arn.oreo cru.ser. ,-an .ego. ,r
victory In France. And in truth, the "'' the California, wa. auak
m.n at th. cord wa. really Intoxieat-to'' off U1-nd tu"t' in,di"t-
;ed. but it with th. intoxication!"' ,hl "bmarine. may be again op.
,of enthusiasm that intoxicated e,ry crt.i.g in American water. Tha
red-blooded Am.ric.n It. th. city. h v1 "
- Several peraona said th. whistle , .lt. W "-
laughed. M.yua It did. for laughter
waa indeed in '.the heart and soul of
the. man who blew It. Thi. ie the
A.MIH tKe man received from Mavor
I "The AsMTicwnav as beating back
th. German. Thero flvi,.g "eial
VIL Go to itT' I
I And the man at the water work.
did. He jumped only too gladly to th.
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A I mttninLO
' 1 ans, juiy 1 nanes . oimne
of Ao.ulusa, fa., an American pilot,1
"en wnwmj lrtnr mm-
cninea.over ino uermaa line, weti-
nday. u probably dowtsM one
' them kl wa. wouoJed. Losing
,n or d'fion during tn. ngnt. Sa rjjego. according to information
' cceeded in landing between the;miv.d hcr, tonight. Poiut-ef-
American aad German line and re -
f '"! the allied trenchea after tak-
, v .-I... uwwn nvw..u 1 g0 wal suna aoiicea in. vessel sua
machine. Frank O. D. Hunter at- enly li.t. After a brief investig.-
tacked an enemy two aeater and wa UuK ,h, aviator who pam. could
wounded.. Although blinded with BO, imed, landed at Poia-of
bWd, we aurcoeded in bringing hw Wood., got t.lephon communicatiow
mackiaw to earth. j with Fire Island wireless atatioa. or
! George Truauro af Lenox. Mais . j,rmI the operator to call all vaaaala
downed a sausage balloon after three
third aerial victory.
THE BIGGEST MAN.
The biggest soldier In any of the
allied fort now serving In France
ha been discovered. He is a U. S. it is said, were taken aboard ta res
Marine! His osme is Q. M. Sergeant cue ships, which included several
Pat Gresly. '47 tankers and one naval vessel.
Grealy haa always had the reput-
tion of being a ''whale of a man.'
but it wasn't until ha got to dodging
I Bee he shells in Franco that his fel
low fighters fully realised Just howi
big ha was. I
I The rlrst time sa "alert" wa sound- j
ed sfter hi. company got ap front
: Grealy made a daa for a dugout aadj
got wedged light ia the entrance.
All effort to get him out were of no.
avail, until six farmer football star
in th com pa ay aero called upon to j Germane were woumlea o v oigni
"ruh" him through. . ,of July 15-18 when flv Germaa avl-
They had to enlarge the entrance atora bombed a priaoners' camp ia
before they could gel him out. the region of Troye. thirty mil be-
hind th French battle front Th
A strike of more than 3.000 boiler. aerial bombardment lasted for oaa
maker employed in shipbuilding hour. Two French soldier of th
plaat at Oakland. Cat., baa been
called off. Il waa announced they
would return tu work at once, but
will stnk again Aug. 7
pay claim are adjusted.
l Corg Crenshaw's big sal at An
person's and Cen. Foch's offansivo in
Fraaca both started too same dsy
land feoth r still, going Mvar tb
(By Asaocialad Press.)
New York, July 19. Germaa aub
marinet appear to bava resumed oper
ation off the American coast. Tha
U. 8. cruiser 8a n Diego waa aunk ten
miles off -tha entrance of New York
harbor toiy, circumstantial reports
tonigkt though unconftremed are that
othrrkihip have been attacked.
Whs-ther live were lout on the alnk
ing skip 1 unknown up to a lata
hour. . Not more than ,33 have been
accounted for at ten to-night out of
a crew of more than 1 100. Other
survivor have been reported to Wave
been (licked up by rescue snipe, bow
etei. ' r" " " .
Net Certaia of U'BmU
Washington, July 19. The Nary
la a a, I a :.. aLa
Th. vessel itself, though useful for
"nOV 7 " "
rmn nulilarv lita
L'ntil the statements ef survivors
k-aa dcfltnilely establish that the eea-
' J a lorpouo, mw. wsy
PWily that ah. .truck a
drifting defense mine, or wa. auak
b "n '''" Pllo
. It is apparent that officiala are pro-
1 pared to hear that torn Uvea have
been loat deapite the optimiatic tone
f the tirU dispatchea.
-ork. July I0. Person at
Bay Shore. Long Uland Coast, ubl
cy heard guna fire at ana at Bio 11
o.1'). indicating tha . iliitiar.n.
i.i'y have engaired theH. i. Div-
Thirty sailors, one lieutenant and
ne ensign landed at Point-of-Woods
i boats between three and seven
thi evening, from th cruiser
: Wood ia on Long Uland shore, north
f r-,r. Island Lighthouse.
I An aviator flying along the Long
j.Umd shore at the time the Saa Di-.
j the vicinity to aid tha Saa Diego.
civilian said th aviator reported
nearly a thousand men appeared to
be struggling in the water. Sooa af-
j Ur th, g. q. g. e,n Mnt ut aev.a or
more vessel, begaa a syst.autic
search for survivors. Hundreds then.
Pane. July 19. Ninety-four Gar-
man. were killed and vnty-four
j ramp guard were wounded,
MRS. BUTLER DEAD.
Mrs. Susan Moas Butler. ua ol Ri
ley B. Butler, died last Bight at tao
Stuart Hoapitsl. following aa opera
tion. Besides her husband. she
loaves una Utile child. FuoersJ P
rangemeau aa aot. i assd at tt
iioaWwB tbir UtUsrs aad at