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; GtO.hOI.ll WALTER HOWE
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Do not neglect your hogs
Feed a Balanced Ration
and push them to maturity.
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ernment, our army, our navy,
M our allies and yourself most of
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es possible). And It's perfectly ritfht that she
' should be.
'Actresses are more envted and admired,
?erhaps. than any other class of women,
et they are not always the most beautiful
They attribute thetr charms In a measure to
the regular use of good creams, lotions, eto.
We have a line of the latest and most effect
ive beauty aids, perfumes, etc, to please the
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Jio time is better than the present for emancipat
ing the home from the coal dust and the housewife
'from the drudgery of the coal pile and the ash heap.
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Christian Circuit Court. Kentucky.
A. L. Bttrkholder at L. I
B. Burkholder, partner, i
lining business under
the Arm nam of Burk
Jim Lantrip and Oni
BY VIRTUE of a judgment and
order of Sale of the Chrmtian Cir-
fn.,. M Hila.a A m . aft, l'.kP..t.
term thereof. 1918. and an order
of resale dated in the above reuse.!
1 ahall proceed to offer for aale at
the court-house door in Hopkinsville,
Ky., to the highest and beat bidder,
at ITBLIC AUCTION, on Monday,
1 5th. day of August. 1918, between
the hours of 1 1 o'clock a. m. and
2 o'clock p. m. (being; County Court
Day, upon a credit of six month.
following; described property, to-wit:
1 "On Bear Wallow branch, a tri
butary of Tradewater river, being
the aame tract of land that was willed
to George W. Lantrip. by his fath
er, E. W. Lantrip. by will dated
January 13, 1908, recorded in Will
Book No. 7, page No. 95, in the
office of the Clerk of County Court
of County aforesaid, deeded to said
George W. Lantrip, by Willie Lantrip
by deed dated November 18. 1914.
recorded in Deed Book No. 138 page
382, in the office aforesaid, and
bounded as follows: Beginning at
two old marked post oaks, corner
with Jack Cranor'a survey; thence
with line of aame N. 40 W. 12
poles to a stake; thence with another
line of same N. 24 H E. 1094 poles
to a stake and pointers Juni Cran
ors' corner and for further descrip
tion and boundary, aea deed book
I3il page 382. and Will book No.
7. page 95. recorded in County
Clerk's office at Hopkinsville, Chris
tian county, Kentucky, containing
Or sufficient thereof to produce
the sums of money ordered to be
made, amounting to S261.23. For
the purchase price, the purchaser
must execute bond with approved
surety or sureties, bearing legal in
terest from the day of sale until
laid and having the force and effect
of a Replevin Bond.
Bidders will be prepared to com
ply promptly with these terms.
L l'CI AN H. DAVIS.
Rrcatlutt. Allensworth at Breathitt.
Notice is hereby given that. Blakey,
Has & Harnett, a corporation or
ganized and doing business under the
i laws of the State of Kentucky, with
its principal office and place of busi
ness Hopkinsville, Ky., has expired
I by the voluntary act of of its stock
holders and is now closing up its
buMiicss. All persons indebted to
wild corporation will please rome
forward and settle and all persons
to whom said corporation is indebt
ed will present their claims for pay
ment. IU.AKKY. BASS BARNETT.
By T. W. Blakey, Vice Prea.
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OhSca Percy Sailksea's SuWIa.
Dy rimne 3-'. Night 11U7.J
R.T. JETT.D.V. M.
7th and Railroad St.
Cowherd Ic AltkCbcler SmIo Barn.
Itmnti It). Hopkinsville, Ky.
Fine Bath Rooms.
class Artie ti.
'FRANK DOYD, PROP.
CENSOR SCIENCE HEWS
Popular Articles Divulge Secrets
to the Foe.
van French Academy ef Selene. In
nocently Olvee Facta Uaaful
rrls. How popular eel ear dl.
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ennvera Information to the enemy and
how even .real national Institution.
like the French academy of science
sometimes Innocently divulge secrets
which the enemy And nsefal la told
by a writer In La Liberie, who protests
ilnt the Indiscriminate propagation
of technical Information. The writer
comments on the fart that the acad
emy of sciences ha nggeeted that the
censorship be rendered more effective
by the addition of a few savants who
will be able to recognise valuable sci
entific Information when they see It
In the view of the academy the
press has been allowed, more by neg
ligence than Ignorance, to print much
scientific Information the Importance
of which escaped the editors and
which ahould have been kept secret.
The mttrmns of matter relsrasg to the
Gee warn irnir-range gna form a rase
Id point. M. Charlea La Ootnr, a sci
entific writer of note, writing on this
subjert. say that the press has In
dole. In veritable orgy of details
ronrernlng the experiments In prog
ress tn France to eitend the rang of
the heey artillery. Plans of shells
sod fnes, bealletfea, have) even been
LOSES ALL HEmUTfVES
j Seeing ber castle destroyed and her
nld servanta murdered b the Huns
' was the trying ordeal experienced by
tr- Antoinette d'Arragnan. a French
"ornan doctor, now In the Coiled
Rh(, ( ,h Htt M (htt Min
In France. She has bevo wounded and
gsasect, receiving medala from King
I Albert of Belgium and General Pet a In.
Her chateau waa within three miles of
the Belgian border when the Germane
nine and destroyed everything, In
' eluding rare works of art, tapestries,
pslntlngs and everything they could
jlsy their hands on. Nothing now re
! malna but a pile ef atonea to mark
(his once beantlfnl eastla. She hop--
I to recover her health la this -eoantry.
i far from the scenes f horror tbst
l she has witnessed, and then Intends to
return to help the American woaian
doctors In France.
i "WOPS," "BOHUNKS."
ft r,mc AjihIa. A1n ilm
"Wop" "deco." "bohuaka-
; and -elaniar ansaa-nfaar' aaC
e hereafter be apprted te - aon
J Eogllah-epajaMag - -aoldrart at
0 Camp Gordon. General Rage
bee Issued an order requiring
eoldlera- and officer to ae roa.
duct Ihemselvea towatd nan-
' Kngllsh spesklng soldlera that
'a ao prejudice, antipathies or hu
miliation rosy arise.
jTJEAR-TOBACCO KILLS HUNS
'Substitute Usee by Teuton I. Termed
Mer Deadly Than f twenty .
.- AmrredaBv-Tbe - tobaeee) nnatl
tute eoprHled to the -Genoaay army
are ed ainr tnjurvoaa than anetay
tfsa attack. Deputy Mllr ef M "ta
in sen asserted In the r-traarig. The
yuibssltnt la composed of bear I) leave,
17 the Koelnlsc.be Zeltuag. Ao be
Mlf. of the army adailulitrstlo. Geo-
Vial o Oven aduiltied UUt Airttcg
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SPY IS NEUTRAL;
SELLS TO BOTH
Nimble Swiss Gets French
German Money, but Lands
C PflNVlPTFii WITH flTliTDC
W tUnil.llU 111111 UiniJU
Republic Anxious ta Keep Out ef Trou .
ble. but la Nest ef Plotter Es
pionage Trlale Oally I
Kerne. A remarksMe spying feat j
was ex ecu led by a Swiss citlseo named i
Luelnlmhl. lie succeeded In getting
paid from both sides, the French as
well a the GermsDs. receiving profit.
able favors from both, and Anally
landed In the meshea of Swiss law.
I.nglnhithl was one of twenty-one de
fendant In a celebrated espionage
case Jnst concluded In a local court. '
Wltn one ejcepflon all were found
guilty. Including LnglnhuhL Sentence
Lnglnbnhl waa anslon tn bny wool
waste In France. Be wanted to sell
It In Germany where he eonld get an
Immense price for It. To get fbe wool
oat of France Luglnhnhl had to obtain
permission from the French anthort
ties. He got Into touch with French
agents and spies doing business In
Switzerland, who afterward were his
eodefendanta In the trial, and apoa hla
promise that he woufB make a trip
Into Germany. And out certain thing
the French spies were anxious tn know
and report hsck. be would obtain per
mission to tske the wool out of Franc.
Teld German ef 0l.
To aell the wool In Oermsny Lngln
bnhl msde hla trip Into the kaiser'
domain, a promised, but be did more i
then he had promised. Re told Ger- j I
tnsn officials all about the deal he had II
made with the French spies, where- )
npon the Germana were kind enough
to write a report which Loglohuhl took ,
back t 81tserlanil and handed over , (
' to his French friends, wbo paid him ,
$sn for It. Luelnhuhl at that time 'i
already bad In his pocket the hsnd- ; !
I some profit he hsd msde on the sal ;
! of French wool In Germany. What j
the Oennnns had pnld him for double-
crossing the French waa not disclosed
during the trial. .
It took eisht dsys tn try the case. !
Moiirueot, a French officer, waa the ,
principal il-fendint In absentia. Ho
hsil earsped hefore he could he artest.
ed. The Jndee In pronouncing the ver
diet of giiilty aald Monrgeot had i
broken the word of honor given by l
an officer when be eacaped from a boa
nttal. He waa found guilty of har '
Ing organised the French spy system I
tn Swltxerland. He hired German de- I
aenera to tell him all they knew. All ,
this waa. however, only a minor of
fense, according to Swiss law.
Had Many Activities.
Tils prlnclpsl crime wss treason
committed sgalnst the Swiss republic.
He observed the movement of Swiss
troops near the French border and
kept the French army command post
ed about them. He hired men tn
watch the transportation of rattle. Fie
tried to poison cattle In railroad trains
by putting poison In the car. He or
ganirrd a conspiracy tn foment a strike
In the aluminum works at Chlppls,
w hich were sending goods to Oermsny,
and tried to destroy the electrical plant
Three of bis tools were French
men, who also succeeded In eluding
the fls law. It was discovered at
the trial that these men made It their
l.u.iii--, to buy factories that were
sell'ne to Germany. They bought the
factories with French money and made
an liiimene profit for themselves by
'I lie most prominent of the Swiss de.
feiulsnls waa Dr. Bruestleln. lawyer.
Revelations disclosing his activities
crested a aensatlnn In all Swltier
Innd. The court condemned him se
verely. Among the ether defendants
were a Swiss army sergeant and aa
army uillreinan. Both were found
guilty of taking French money for
furnlhliig Information about army
I The whole of Swltserland seems to
be a bulbed of spies. Esplonsge trill
are going on almost continuously In
many of the cities, Germsns. Aus
trlnns and lindane are Implicated as
well aa the Swlaa themselves. The
public Is usually excluded from these
trials because Swltxrrlsnd wants to
avoid as much a possible being drawn
Into the ramifications of spydora
which ml tlit jeopardise the neutrality
of the republic.
Order takenlut VU.uimu. and
M. D. Kelly
DIAMONDS. FINE WATCHES,
CLOCKS. JEWELRY, STERLING
SILVER AND PLATED WARE
North Main St, Opposite
Capital . - - - $ 1 00,000,000
The Service We Afford :
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lliinui;lllil tin Hrd on of Hie
liii;liui illicit il.
Ynurin Ik-cerl.im lli;il win n ynu ilcixmil yntir im nicy liera
i will Ik ciiiii'litr My uml -r iliroclimi of llicau men
'Oldest Bank in Christian County
J. V.. Mcl'lir.KSON. I'lesiiloiil.
CIIAS. F. M.:KKt:. (sliiur.
L. II. DAVIS, Vice-l'reaitletiL
II. L. Mcl'IIKRSON, Aakl. Cuthier.
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: Better Banking Service for Farmers
The Federal Reserve Banking System, with com
bined resources of a thousand million dollars, has been
established by Act of Congress to stand back of the
farming and business interest of the country.
We are members ul ihi system which enables us,
better than ever Ufoie, to supply our farmers with the
credit and currency ihey need for producing crops and
to protect thtm against disorganized markets.
If ou aro nut linked up with this system as one of
our depositors come in and let us tell you how it helps
AD WELL BROS.
TIN WORK OF
Roofing, Guttering and Repairing.
Plat Bed Steam Boxes.
Country Work a Specialty.
Rear I. O. O. F. Building.
livery and Board Stable
Practical Jeweler and Graduate Optometrist
Tka INTELLIGENT, aad WISE people alw.ya patreaia. tfc
baaiaea keasea el .uklUk.d rapaUtiea fee keaest sad sewer
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baa Mn el .sperUas. Sak is tka ke.e M. D. Kelly. Ee
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A Watchmaker of Acknowledged Superiority.
A DIAMOND EXPERT.
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