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Herbert C. Hoover, American food
eontroller ha arrived at a British port
The Cologne iaxette nays that
thirteen revolutmniiry mcili.il im
plicated in the plot which culminated
in the HMtMti;itiiti of Count von
Mirhach. the German anihaaaador to
Rumih, have liem executed. Many
othett. it Ih added, are under a it est
All the French crittis are enthus
iastic over the result obtained in
the counter o?en..ivt. By tV'g
tha Initiative, it is held General r oth
IN WAR TIME
y LIZZIE M. rtAROOY.
Brttlah tmnoara ara VrfJnf on fbe pontoon bridge which the Briuah
fnreaa eapaJnlnt la Hry Eand seed to ro tha Itlwr Jordan at El
Ohnranljeh. Ia tha forafjvurad fB, hiatortr apot a Tnrnmy oatrld Wa
4ng tent ta arriytBl tia raftnaa.
REO CROSS FEEDS AtSATIANS
Threa Theuaand Wha lecipad In Fleet
Watki of War Are Vetng
Wanhlaami. Ttirea tboijaand Inva'
AlMtlana a-hn eacaned acroaa fb frnn
Her In tha flmt week of tba war when
the battle line awayed bark and forth
arrnaa annthera A !-. are now belni
fed with American food. They are
quartered In nineteen vllla aafe on
tha rrench aide of the war tone where
American troopa are now atattoned.
They Inet all their property three
yeara afo and what little money they
had waa anon exhanatetl. With the In
eretiiilnj coat of living and th Inability
of their Trench netghhnra to continue
to help there, their altnaflon heram
druperet. In anawer to th appeal
from Trench eoctetlee Intereatei In
them, the American Red Cmea baa juat
hipped food to the nineteen vlllaiea to
provide half the dally rations of then
8,onn Alaatlaaa for ten montha.
The ehlpment Inclnded 1S.2 pound
if condensed milk, 13.3m pound of
flour, 1,100 (Kiunda of auar. nflnn
pnnnda of dried peaa, 2.200 pounda of
rtce and Ajnn pounda of tinned neat.
THE MARKET BASKET.
(Trices at Retail.)
Rreakfant Itacon, pound Me
Egg per ilnxen 35
Butter per ound 60c
Bacon, extras, pound 35c
Country hams, Urjcc, pound. .. .SSc
Country hams, small, pound.. 37 tte
Ijiril, pure leaf, pound 35c
hard. 50 lt tins $14.60
Lard, compound, pound 30e
Cabbage, per pound lc
Irish potatoea 0 cent peck
Lemon, per dozen c
Chcene, cream, per lb 4"e
Sweet potatoes oOe per perk
Cornmrul, bushel I'J.35
lrance. per dosen Sc
Cooking apple, per peck 60e
Onioiin. ner nound 7c
Hour, 24-lh. sack
Black-eyed Peas, pound
Navy Rrans, pound....
. . .l.c
BRYAN AND DEWEY ENLIST
Bryan. Oeorx Iewey and John Hop
kin reeeotly joined tha Calted fttatea
Marine enrpe here. Lieutenant Horn
botael. In charge, Mrs he Is now look
Ing for Wood row Wllaoa to'enllst...
Bryan ta a farmer balling froaj
Waiahaehl. Tl . weighs M3 pouoda.
sod was prooounced a perfect spert
enen of manhood.
tey halls frora . N'lnhrnra. Nb..
and Ms action were prompted by a
mir'ne poet on which Admiral Pewey
has compelled the t.ermans at the told of mht ha thought of the Marin
(By Aaaocixted rresa.)
Slmkholm. July 20. The Swedish
State Railways have been recently
irvniir new tvlw of locomotive
which is so conntructed that it only
require one man to look after it
A the result of the tet the railway
Mo, William Jennlnga. authorities have placed an order for
one of thcue ml burninc locomotive.
John Hepkina Ala Recently Joined
United ataua MaHna at Kan.
nomrnt of their boat that they were
delivering a nuprrnte peace aaeauH U
usa their rri-erven at the Hjint he
prefer to have the tiKbting done.
Brig lien. Wood, now acting head
of the iim'tt-rnia-.ter corps here, is
slated for "an unimititnt ait;n
ment" in I-mine Secretary Baker
and Maj Ipcn II I.. Rodes, the new
ly appointed qunrterinaxUr general.
will take hit. iiiilic in Washington.
The ecretHr u.l.lcl, however, that
(ten. Rodger mis not return from
Franc for Mime time.
Hopkins rltlnia no relation to th
famon man for whom the fanjons med
ical rolleg and hospital were named.
Ho vpllnd his action by merely say
trg: '1 ran fight and I want to."
rOR TAXI Call J. H. Reea. 679.
WAN1FD -tH Note flayer-Piano
during ummer month.
ti. R. (iRKtiU.
HI :u. Fairview, Ky.
Kmithann tater delirered Tuea-
day ami Saturday. I'lmn KI3 1.
, Furnihhrd roonia for Imhl boa
keening. Modem convenience.
Ch in. Call 37-ring
While it ix nut pomilile a yet
geographically to ilclcrmiiie with ex
actitude the guniH uiHile in the two
days lighting ulong Die front by the
French and Anicruaiw, it ia known
that at its dcepenl point the penetra
tion baa reached approximately sev
en miles and that over the entire 25
mile it rungrs down to about two
I'rsMinrr uken in counter attacks
by the rrench have been very low
apinted on account of their losaea.
A battalion cummander raptured rail-
ad against the regular officers of th
German army. He declared that they
sent reserve urtucm, like himself, for
ward, while thry remained in the
rear. If any of the olticer complain
ad, he added, the rcgulrr officer
formed rourbi martial and meted out
oo . . , -
Rpreeiilutie (.purge K. ttenton
of Kvarmville will ask Mrt. Wiwdrow
Wibon, wife of the president to
nam on of tha large new ship
which are being built for oversea
service the "tireham" in honor of
Corporal James Bethel Gresham of
Evansville, tha first American aold
LT to loa his lif on th battle front
ah France. By common consent Mrs.
NataoB i naming tha ship aa fast
nftthey are turned out by th Unit-1
LOUISVILLE V NASHVILLE R.
. .:45 a.
j . For wall paper from 5c to 30c per
I roll, re Mm. Emma Catlett and eon
31 1 Walnut street. Phone 790. 68tf
No. 92 5:17 a. m
No. 52 10 00 a. m
No. Ot 7;56 p. m
No. 64 Accommodation. .9:00 p. ni
No. 5t 10.19 p. m
W. N. CHANDLER. Ticket Agent
ILLINOIS CENTRAL R R.
332 leave at 5:35 a. ni. for Prince
ton, Pailucah, Cairo and Evan
302 leave at 1 1 a. ni. for Princeton,
connect for Kaat and Weat at
324 leave at 11:05 for Princeton.
321 arrives from Princeton at 7:10
301 arrives from Eaat and West at
:45 p. m.
TENNESSEE CENTRAL R. R.
leave for Nashville at 7:15 a.
leave for NaahvtlU at 4:11 p.
arrive fro at NaahvtlU at 105
WANTED A Christian county
farm to work on shares. Can furnish
stock, if desired, and plenty of labor.
Adreas "J", care Kentuckian. H4-4t
Good Morning. Have
You Seen The Courier?
Evansvllle's Best paper
125.00 scholarship in Drangbon'
Practical Buainca College. Nash
ville, Tenn., food for twenty-ftv doW
la re cash in payment of tuition. Will
make liberal discount. Inquire at
Daily Kentuckian ofHe.
W have just listed for sal sever
al farnia at price and oa term that
w consider extra good. If yoo are
in the market for land It will pay you
lo ana us. W also bav soma very
desirable city property for sale.
HI I0U ROCLIUN V TATE.
FOR SALE I
..My raaldeae Sawtb Vlrgiaia
Street. Th bows baa raeeae, with
ssadera eeaveaieBeaa. Largo Ut with
a orchard aad gad gardoo. Claa
to Vfarflkaa Street SchL A vwry
aWirahla iMas. Will aaaho
DR. C. N. FRUIT,
ffeerrtebt. tai. a tl lc lure Nea
sr nrmticai )
Wearing her hmther'a farming
clothe Harriet Wynne, with mis
chlevoue black eyea, rbeeka glowing
throngh Ian, end her thick dark hair
rot abnrt. innked nearly Ilk
1iealthTtiaadorne boy aa girl ronld
look, aa she planted and hoed, on th
ennny htnstd of br fatber a farm.
Itaddenty ah threw down th hoe, ex
amined tha Mlarered palma of her
bands, and then glanced at th aim.
It a nearf&inrh time. h fhonght.
Droppfnyrtfo ti gmnnd. aho polled
the wlilfwavrft trai of her hal over her
fsce. hnt her eye and rolled way
on hi-r eouraa toward tha fragrant pnr
plo lllas? (waa, which grew near th
open gate-way py the cjtnet
M'-anwhllo the shad and
bnd tempted yonng Sergeant Am,
and be bad Jnt seated himself on tha
old bench N-neath the big bank whea
h espied the aiipposcd boy rolling to
ward blia. That 1 bow It happened
that Mla Harriet rrlved at th goal
flnahed, breaiblM. arut smlDng, to look
Irwn tlM3ftY''fryfrftlre faarrOirnTing
traBiTnSs traeVbifkt nntforra of tha
Rer 11 rat Ibfltieht was to apolngis
foeher, nrfejr& "behavior ; her e
e)rfiTs,ra' pnwtMe rh part
wfaattt ata) ban assumed. 'Honing
rjawirriyl"' "lt nny
gather Inta of nmd and ira atalna."
rTiTkd th errner: and Harriet,
ashamed. aTajry and htt eoetcai, for
Sh eirrlWrtJwOljrnt of every tnan to
wear ahWera arrtfnem. evsjderj he
brother's manner aa she tartry repMed :
"I suppose yoao beard of th man
who one Biad a fortnn by minding
hta owaj bturtneea."
Th aa-tgenit brnghed good naluied
ly as bo aald. "Ton win. bat are yoa
sAssrjra so growhy Jnst before dinner
ttmet Tra hungry enough to b
geoTjchy myaelf." Hrrtef anawer waa
to reach haattly for h.-r Innch and di
vide with him: and they grew eery
friendly, a they av. although ah
talked very little, fearing to betray ber
fi. rscant Ameo, liking th ahy boy,
who proved to bo-eurh aa attentive ll
t' tie-, talked freely. "Tomorrow," be
a lit. "I go bach to ramp. Rooo after
that we ahall be on our way to Franc,
nd w shall be glad to go. Our nen
era the equal of any la all the world. If
at better than moat. -
Looking at hi watch, be exclaimed.
"Well 1 Tla time to go!" and me from
It waa Iheo that TJarrlet. aa ahe aaw
him Mamflng Ineeojnnklng "every Inch
a aoMler," auddtily discovered that
wherever thle by went her heart
would go with him. "Khali I writer
bo asked, and ahe answered eagerly:
"If yoa will. I am llsrry Wynne of
HITlcreat" "I am Joe Amea," he re
turned, "and will eend my address.
Then he alrod away after earing
goodby; and for Harriet, th long
watting tlm began. After a aeeealngiy
eodleaa time the letter came. hrav
nd daeerfnl letter; and among esmp
bappentnr h wrote: "O Boy of tha
Lllae Bush, yon never ran Imstin
thing as they are here, or th thrill
with which w think of th wonderful
things which mv bappn between
dawa and dusk. nd dusk and dawn:
bnt Tm glsd to b here to do a man's
Kb wrot hi -a cheery, roorag-m-
pliing letters the dreary winter
passed, and then a letter cam from
kindly nur who wrote that he was
In the hospltnl and wounded.
Harriet t dnwa to write Immedi
ately, hoping to catch the nrt mall :
nd wrnto so hurriedly thst she hsd
ao time to resd what ahe bad written;
bnt she bad not beard from him since.
Khe waa thinking of him aa ahe aat
knitting on the elae-ahaded. flower
arented porch no beautiful afternoon.
and looked nn qnlckly a a man
atepped Op onto the porch floor. Hud
dnly her fe went white, aa with a
haaty, pained glance aha noted th
empty sleeve; snd she ro quickly,
and with a sob threw her arm aronnd
Th pretty girl la th fluffy whit
dreaa had entirely forgotten ber rol
aaa boy, bnt whea th newly promoted
Lleaxrennnt Arat-sv rising aobiy to tne
oeraaloa, placed bla rtgM ana around
ber and gently drawing; ber to a chair.
aat dVm bealde her, she retaamnered,
and blnaMng deeply, whlapered: "Had
ynej grwwMir Xnt aotll yonr last
hrtte" bAfpIietf, softly, "although all
yonr leuau a pnaaieo id, i wtwiuwwj
hoar a mere boy onuld wrlbs such wise.
helpful, hopefttl Irttera. Ia tha last. I
think yoa forr th part you war
playing, and wrote your thoughts aa
they raiua to you. Whea , I reread
this: 'Every day my heart and
thoughts go oat to yen. and every
lay I pray for Joor aafe return.' I
etopnad to review la my mind th lit
tle Indfleots of th day 1 met yoa, and
It earn to m that a llttl black-eyed
girl bad been Jnldog. aad tbat the Jok
had beea apoa your truly; bat f en
tared It bo. Immensely that the doHor
and aorae wondered at my suddenly
ragatnad eptrfr and, frequent amllea.
Boo sfter that. I wa ordered bone."
"And yoa will stay over her aowr
takad Harriet, wtatfally.
"I dont kaow," he anewered thoaght.
folly, "bat work which will count for
ear sld win b fonnd for my good
right arm, sad If yoa will agre to help
to continue to keep my taltb and eour
tf. I can still help t Varry on.' "
-I Sen,- Harriet Mid, rtfc Bp
PLENTY OF THEM
t Price Is
WONT LAST LONG, THOUGH. GOING
LIKE HOT CAKES.
Galvanized roofing, though very hard to get, ne
count of Government talcing output of rail la but
you'll find we can take care of you on it.
DON'T PUT IT OFF
TRENCHES OF SANDBAGS.
INDIA IS LOYAL.
(Ry AMMM-Ilel rreaa.)
London. July 20. India i quite
ready to take any action necessary
In prevent the intrusion of German
War Cenfereace has Veen
PLANE HITS A TREE.
(By Associated I'reaa.)
London, July '-'0. British Band
bags, aa well aa British aoldier. have
played an Important part in the re-
. a..hia In llatv Rlnce last fall.
- - i . ... .,. i
more than thre million aandbag '"""" '"
have been aent to lUly from tniiiain me iniegruy oi lis uororr. ac
i Paeta of tha lulian line. Icordin to an announcement made
i .k. nature of the soil, bad her by the Mahar-Raiah of Tatiala 1 First Lieutenant T. H. Wlfhler. both
H i .t . . , .- .it ,.i i - - -
il nciiy ntiu, ngm m mm -unwept
accident ten mile from th Arid this
morning. Wrares was hilled Instant
ly while Hhrhtty waa t rohired.
The airplane rawght Are after the'
Fan Antonio, Trx., Jury 19. Fly
ing ao low that their plan collided
with a tree. Second Lhitrteaant Cary
L. Ward, Hyde' Para.' Mans., wod
k.. m .mnnii Lira mnrnn-wnn ni irpiCTciiiinK ...v
were built up completely of sandbar India on the Imperial war l a Dine;.
the reason being that near th river. He added :
trenches and dugout could not be j "On behalf of the I rimena or India
constructed, aa the water lay within I wish to express our great satiafar-
a foot of the ground level. j tion that inclusion of India in the
a. . 4P
Administrator's Sale of
Thursday, July 25;
AT TEN A. M.
ALES to be held on the Land. In order to wind lip the
the estate of the late Jas. R. Gaines, these
two fine bodies of land together with 2 small
tracts of timber will be sold to the highest" bidder at
TERMS OK SALE - One third Cash. Balance in one, two and trrrie years.
Notes to bear G per cent, interest. ,
DESCRIPTION OF LANDS
The "Montgomery Place" located 3 miles ol Cra
cey, on the Hopkintville and Cadiz highway, conced
ed to be one of the most beautiful farms in the coun
ty and containing 412 acres all in high state of cul
tivation, "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 1-2 acres of fine timber locatsd on the Cadu
road, 4 miles west of the Montgomery Place, and .
opposite Hammond's pond.
20 acres of good timber one mile northeast of
the Montgomery place. The two farms will be offered
In two tracts each, and each farm will then be offered
as a whole. Remember the date of sale and be on
hand. Right reserved lo reject any and all bids. '.
Prospective Buyers Can See Land at AnyTymcCy ft
plying to Manager on the Place,
a. s. tiriobbile:
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lUt ahipping board. BaJng of
descent herself, th has ftven
- i name ta a t onaldsrabla num-
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arrives from KaahviS 1:00 p.
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