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y ' tVtabished 1879 Vol. XLDai!y Vol. 1. No. 116
HOPKtNSVlLLE, KENTUCKY, TUESDAY, JULY 23, 1918.
Price 3 Cents
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Loral Thunder showers toilny, nnI
Call 44 M sew faU fa get Ik.
Aad II yea
a it la Mia
Th.- are serious riota In Bohr mm
Tha Italian ara pushing ahead
TawpMistrisn cabinet haa quit in
Sis thousand mora Hunt war rag
A Vienna paper says: "American
participation in the fighting increas
ea the German task to one of a gi
Tina nflie have taken more priann.
re than the aggrrgat number of
their own raauahiea. And ther ix
; no telling how many German have
hwQ i"hi and wounded.
JtotL' la believed to be cutting the
Chateau (Thierry .salient at ita base
n both sides and bottling up the re
treating Hum. Wholesale rapture is
1 " ooo-
. . Crab Orchard Spring changed
a handa within two daya after the preu
bay were there. Maybe the landlord
"broke himaelf trying to feed them
i thkt trm.
'Ed I. Shinnirk. editor of the Shel
' 'by lUcOrd, ia now secretary of the
BeaU Board of Control He ia ev
' tatted to be with tha board here to
day at the Brat meeting ainre hia
'. ...-.Tae-liuni have aolved all queitioni
ef doubt aa to the pretence of I
r-4bDiatse .thia aide again, by having
age of them attack amall craft around
Cap Cod bathing reeort Sunday aft-
haa aubarribed 'fur
. S)22. ".07.00 in War Savinga Stamps
Thia74oea not include the amount
aubtcVdird Satunlay at the tuirn
School, which will
be four or five
The auto in which an eloping cou
ple were fleeing from Virginia to
Mayking. Ky., went over a 40-foot
embankment. The occupants were
unhurt and Anally reached their des
tination and were married. They lit
eraVJjf Jumped into matrimony. . .
A, -rumor rcaciied the city
night that Senator Ollie Jamea,
la'ati Atlantic City had dropped dead
at two o'clock. Ijiter It was learn
ed that th report wad not true and
grew out of the fart that tha Senator
bid ) airk or fainting spell, not at
Victories for the allied armies in
Tfjtmfx cuntinu t mu.tiply. ... Oyer,
tha bntir sixty mil front, running
from Soisaona to Rheims, the allied
troopa are fighting with a determina
tion that brooks no denial of their
efforts. And the Germans -steadily
ara giving ground, though stubborn
resistance Is being offered on some
Th entire southern bank of the
Msme haa been cleared of enemy
forces. French. Britfah and Italian
troops now ara harassing those south
west of Rheims and they hav been
I forcd to fall back In the Courtpn
wood, tha Ardre valUy and near St.
Euphraite notwithstanding their des
perate resistance. The number of
' British operating with the allied for
ces In this region is not known. The
announcement that they were
In action was made eaiuroay n.gnM
and doubtleaa they repiwnt a por -
tion of the great reserves ins. ev-
ery where are being brought up along
the battle line in an enoeavor io
make aura the victories already won
A enlarge them.
FLSIS.WILL FIGHT i
IV ) WrRteD FIST .
Denver. Colo The Oerman
"milled (1st" Is to be met hy
two male Fists. - Hyle Flat.
JVover vaudeville artor. has
followed the example of hi
brother. Arthur Klat, aud enlist
f t4, the regular army.' :Jh
I jvwptt.-tTa1d6;la the
J - - nsnv st Fort Lam .
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LARGE NUMBER 'OF WOUNDED
ARRIVING DAILY ATTHE.
(Hy Associated Preu.)
Geneva, Switserland, July. 22.
Traffic between Rhine towna la dis
orjjnnit4.il owing to tb number of
wounded arriving daily 'from tha
rrem b front in hospital trains. Train
from Germany ara arriving at tha
Swim frontier many hour late. Th I
German r'mpre- returned to Berlin I
yctcrdy in mourning. -
TO" RESULT FROM CURTAILMENT
OF DELIVERIES ORDERED
BY WAR INDUSTRIES
Tha State division of tha War In
durtries Hoard will aend ita repre
sentative, Kugvn J. Straus,.en a tour
thia week of the larger cities and
town of Kentucky to lay before the
merchant' of tha country tha plan
for conservation of labor through tha
curtailment of deliveries." He will
v tail nil the larger town of weatera
Kentucky Including- Hopkinavllle.
r'oliowinif are tha restriction of tha
iur mlutri-e Dourd that will be
1)Vll (, to effect:
Make hot over one delivery per
uvi-r each route.
l.mi t tic prfvilrgc of returning
merchandise to three dsys.
Curtail special deliveries In ovary
Kiuirt a deposit on C. O. D. pur
cfmsrs. Iittctiiilinur U. custom f sendinj
'oo.l on niiprovat.
Mirchiiuts of some citiea hav had
this plan, or one practically aa effee
la.it !tvc. in ovratioii for several month.;
s hotaml ui h a pi m has been mentioned
for llopkiiisville more than once by
some of our mcuhanta bu( had not
been pot into .fieO ,
Ihrll HI I UI IMV niricnuHVaj wm myyw-
ciate the opportunity to put the plan
in oHrntion here.
LJGHTLESS NIGHTS TO BE
Wasli.ngton, July. 22. Resump
tion if "liRhtlcss nighta," inaugurat
es! last winter to save fuel, will be
come effective Wednestlay. It was
announced by th Fuel Administra
tion. AU outdoor, illumjnstjon with
the exception of necessary street
righting will' be disclntinued after
thst dat n Monday. Tuesday, Wed
nesday and Thursday of each week
in the New England 8Utes, New
York. Pennsylvania, New-- Jrr.
Delaware, Maryland and .tha .District
uf Columbia and on Monday and
Tues.htt of each week in th ramaihd-
er of th United States. . ,
The regulations under which the
"liifhtlesa nighU" will be carried out
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ara tha same as utoe put ano w"
Administration last win
1 ,xcontion ef y,, fghu
Hm(i Street lighliht will b row
u md fo, pul,Uc
safety , JJoof pardons and outdoor
rvstaurants and motion pktifrs the-
ran are net affected by tha order.
SEEKING LOCATION.' '
DrW. H. Parsons, of- Padooah, la
here prosoectinz with view to ko-
q eating for -the practice Of asedkiae.
He in one of the 'prominent physi
t cia us of the nurchasa, and kt a na
Mve-ot Livingsioa county.
- -. DEPOT BURNED.
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I "Th drpot at th town-of Lewis
a burg. In Logan county, was burned
;Suhdy P "bu Jtr-wa. a si uild-
,,, only a fw yaaf
GERMANS' 'SHOW GREAT RES
PECT F?R "THE BRAVE BUT
INEXPERIENCED"' YOUNG .
Amsterdsm, July 22. Tha death
of Qucntin Rooaevelt ia confirmed by
Wolff bureau menage from tha
front, according U a Berlin ditpatch
freteivedher. T1 rtnsag , adds
that young Rooaevelt wa buried with
military honor by the Germane. Two
"tor of 'h '"Ul M
fHaw'i(-v-r:.:-5 z::z" " '
I "On Sunday, July J 4, an American
squadron of twelve battle pianea was
trying ' to break through tha Ger
man defenaa over tha Marne. In
the violent combat which ensued with
seven German utaehipes, one AmerV
can aviator stubbornly made repeat
ed attacks. . ,
- "Thia culminated in a duel be
tween him and a. German non-commissioned
oBicer, who, afjer abort
fight, succeeded in getting good aim
at hia brave but inexperienced op
ponent whose machine fell after a
few shots near (ha vjljage of Cham
bray, ten kjilometers iwrtb.of tha
"Hia pocket case showed him to he
Lieut. Quentin Rooaevelt of the avi.
tion aertion of the United 8UUa'wic" ! nmrm
army. Th personal belonging ofj'iabl poeition when tW reports ara(
the fallen airman are being carefully'"
kept, with' ' "Hew to -sending them
later tar bis relative.
"Tka aarthl rematas of ahe'brava
... i,rimA ih nil..!
.r. ILr. i r.
Chambray at th spot where be felL"
on a number of local cor
. toratios Announced.'"
Frankfort. Ky., July 22-t-The SUte
Tax Conmiisiion haa tentatively. as
sessed practically all the corporis.
rvami nmvm wwn ' vr ia sa-
aeasmenta. TM ruling. th United
SUte. Supreme Court, requiring the
equsUxklfon-pf corporation . -
m.nu of 60 pr cent: of their t
cash value Jike othrr proparty. com-
peHed a feTuftrtiirty Instances. -"--
Th.to.rd.bMrai.od..f.rm property ut U wM instructed at that t.m.
75 per cent, ind thkt v.lustio, ha. hi. duty. wM to ratnni to k
applied to corporations, which in n.o.t;f" M U .
insunccs hav. been assessed at about ,,lb"' ... . . -
80 per cent.
Th following Anal assessments on
local corporations were msde: Hop
kinsville Wster Co.. 172.309; Hop
ipsv!le Sewersg Co., 120,000; Ken
tuck Public Service Co.. 1475,000;
Crbfton k Palestine Telephone Co.,
859. . ....
REFUSED TO STOP WORK.
,.i.(By Associated Press)
. Gbiiago. July !. Th splendid
spirit of patriotism shown by Amer
ican munition workers is surpassed
Li. ma Mlk. lau mi titil-ra 'ia tha
"home army, acotdlng to L. A. kus
sell. Chief ef the Chicago district.
. Jlr. . RussalL In commending the
loyalty of the worker, pointed to
the' fact that man and women' of the
Wuukiw Brothers Compsny, Chicsgo,
given h option of a holiday Inde
pendence Day, came to work as us
ual, the force being 98 , per cent,
cotnphju;" " .T
"Ona tbeosand-tnunition worker
at this plsnt aro using Independence
Da, to produc. on. hundred .ft,
milllmaUr shall." the employe cab
lad General Pershing. . , .. .
T know thst our munition work.
ara eclebrata Indcoandenca Dsv b
workim; UJ lupt.y h1) makes ev.
arvtnso of up prouder it Iwn6 them1
in ttrK r"" 1 Ptrshiitg
OVER THE TOP
MAJORITY OF DISTRICTS UNRE
PORTED ON ACCOUNT OF
.i i .
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' Reeulta af tha registration laat Sat
urday ara not known yet except in a
very few districta that have already
reported. Many 'district-- are tid
ing open yesterday ad today! Tor
any. who. anay net have been able to
register aturday. Uatil thcaa : re
port ara all m and tha amounta to
taled it will be tmpo stele- to give any-
or the amount of tha!
m u va . Bx.w ... jfm .
W.- S. S. abld Saturday or th total
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A few districta .wre reported to
Mr.'Kolb yesterday and ten of the
went over the top for their full quo
ta in subscriptions for stamp. Two
adding machine were kept busy all
yesterday afternoon and only a be
ginning bad beta made in the total
ing ef tha return that are in. Mean
while th supplemental, registration
continues at tha W. 8. 8. Headquar
ters, many noma being added yester
day. ' " '
The ten districts so far reported
4 subscribing' their full quota ori
mora' ara .Caaky.. s Edgewood, Van-i
Cleve, Elmo, West Fork, Mannington
Consolation. Other districta
KJ KsJ KjT ISa'KITdT IS reaea of age. Information'
FOLLOWING TlIE FLAG
Vernon Howard, who baa been) ska.
at Camp Sherman, arrrrwe her 8usj
day en a brief tear of abaoac.
Sam B. Crawiay. son ef Mr. and
Mrs, L. R. Crawley, of Jeanp Av.,
, Das amvea saieiy overseas, mi
msssag was raceivad her yoatarday
morning in a card to Mr. Crawley.
I Of 82 men who left for Camp Tay
lor yesterday, 25 were farmers, one
a musician, one a drug clerk, on a
'telegrapher and th others were em
ployed at various form of labor.
Mr. Owen D. Masai, on of th
i larreai farmers in innsuan rouniv.
T volunteered to Mrvo th. Gov.rn-
ment for the remainder of thia wsr.
;' h olun e.red. When h. war
re:. t .1 .J . . - ,U . u- M--
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ia exempt on acvvuni i in mw
of hi. farming operations, that m. be
ia in class four, snd in a recent re-j
classification, he waa continued in'
class four. by tha piatxict Board at
Tha Government haa given Mr.
Maaia a reasonable time to .wind np
hia business before- ordering his at
tendance at Camp Gordon at Atlanta,
' BOARD OF CONTROL.
' The new. Stat Board of Control
headed by judg Henry B. Hines, of
Bowling Croon, hi expeeUd to arrive
ser .tomorrow or Thursday to visit
snd inspect th Waster Stat Hos
pital. SUPT. FOSTER AT EDDY VILLE.
, SupL L. E. Foster la conducting the
Lyon County Institute for tha coun-
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AjiitaEliaatktth' "tarf ia
f a brtla daughter kara BatUnUy
mom'- i to Mr. and sirs. K. C, Wqrt
! tif. Timaaavh street.
ARREST OF SEVENTEEN
MEN CHARGED WITH
(By Associated Press.)
New York, July 22. Extensive
conspiracies Involving bribery and
graft in connection with army con
tracts for rubber raincoata aent to
tha soldiers in France was disclosed ,he SojRh.in,. Mii,t between
tonight by the Department of Ju-SoiMon .nd th, Marne continues. Tha
tue officials aimuluneously with the(. M couUr
arrest of aeventeen offlcera and im-i j-.-,.-i. hut their effort
of fifteen manufacturing
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llyn on charges of bribery, fraud
I I J WO Ilea Wi VI I tw III tiaaiau aiiiv
ONE FOURTH OF.ALL PHYSI
CIANS IN THE COUNTY ARE
SERVING THEIR .
Dr. J. W. Harned, Secretary of the
tCoanty Medical Bociety, has receiven
ian otnciaV order to liat and classify
all doctors ef Christian county un-
ia ia ha aivaa about their reneral'
i.r arHea. their ohvaical condition and
practice, their physical condition and
whether they are the only doctors In
their respective communities.
Th government neede n great ma-
ay more doctor. Of th 143.000 in
the United State. 30,000 ara already
n the servN-e, but aa many more ara
aesded. Tha classification now go-
Ing uch physicians aa can b spared
from civilian practice. There are
bout 45 or 60 doctor in Christian
rountv and to th credit and patriot
ism of the profession let it be re-1
carded that tewenty-flv per rent, of'
them have already volunteered.
Eleven doctors bsve already gone,1".
to the front and tha twelfth hsa his t
orders and will leave in a few days. '
C.II..M.I.. - t k- A Ka llava
volunteered, moat of them making
hie sacrificea to do ao:
I r.nL r. P. Thomas. Hookinsville.
Capt. R.L.Woodard. Hopkinsville.
Cant. Anstin Bel. Hookinsville.
J. Gant Caither. Hopkins
CapL W. W. Durham, Hopkinsville,
Lieut Randolph Dade, Hopkins-
Lieut. T. D. Rudd, Hopkinsville,
l.teut. R. F. McDaniei
Lieut. O. V. Miller. Hopkinsville.
Lieot. Earl Thomas, Pembroke.
Lieut. J. L. Barker, Pembroke.
Lieut. Stanley Stroube. Edgeton.
To thia list mtght be adaVd Dr.
Ben F. Eager. ho b. just gradual -
ed from Chicago school His home
OFFICER LUTES HERE.
CorparsL C. W. Lute, of th Pa
ducah Recruiting Office, will be at
Hotel Latham today and tomorrow
looking for volunteers for 14 differ
ent branches of regular army service.
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' C , Zt Vorooral Lutes'
will ramemb. 'that Corpora Lute.
waa aera isst uecemoer ana January
After leaving her h went to Louis
ville and from there to Paducah. The
14 different branchea for. which vol
unteers ara accepted ara a. follows:
Aviation Corps. I
Tsnk Ssrvicq. t. t
Medical Corps. f
Sif 9attry. . . ' .-'
:EugBrviig Corp ,v a .
VsseriMrf n' m.. .
FOCH GIVES NO REST TO RETREAT-
v iFr mitic Dime ci nwi vnnc
Pk;IHC tilE HUGE
mrr to bottle up
THE CROVII PUCE'S H .
' (By Aseociated Presa.) .
Tt rranra-Ameriran Drive . into
..... ... . ,u(lu.i, fc.i,in. the alii.
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led advance. Ta alliea have gained
further ground south jot Soisaona In
the center line along tha Ourcq river
and northeast of -Chateau Thierry.
Additional large number of prisoner
guna and much war material was ta
Iken. In the Marne region the Amer
icana are reported' well on tha heela
' m . I . . A t 1m at M.
of the retreating enemy. At last re-j the Britian continue to harass taeene
porta they had advanced four miles i my with small attacks while tha ItaU
from their old positions on the south jian and Albanian front are also a
bank of the Marne. Severe lighting ( continuous scene of similar combats.
(By Associated Press.)
Pan. Jury 22 Heavy
counter attacks ware ktunthed for
the purpose of cheeking the
progress between 'the Ourcq
the Durnoao of char lung the all
Marne rivers today without avail, ae-
cording to a war eaBce report an-
nounced tonight. Th French and
British made furtbar davances in the
region of Lacrota-Criaeelles as well
as north east of ML St. Per.
(,Uy Aaaociatad Prest.)
Washington., July 22.-lnclu.ion
m the new war revenue bill, wmcn MP
to be designed U raia 18.000,000,000 '
of bonds, is a tax on aU income, of
individuals, allowing exemption oi
one. thousand dollars tor unmarrjea
and two" thousand, for married per-;
son. It has been tentatively agreed
upon by the House Wsys snd Means
Fresh Pack af Lias.
(By Associated Press.)
I Berlin via London. July 22. The
war office claims thst fighting in
I Kranc Sunday resulted in a com-;
I plete mccom for the German "; ,ccordinf to o,, Gr..t Uket Bulletin,
1 The official statement uausd todsy o(Bci of taU-fc.
, describes numerous heavy operational q u
" Prt -,in .b,W,,!!L,.l amnithaata, will b. termed
O . - Dk.ia.. a. B alas Is aaa sllli
sasaulU of ths allies were repulssd
Fraasb Baab St Haas.
- (By Associated Press.)
London. July 22. rrenrh troopa
in Champagne, between the Suippes
snd Maaaigaea .rivers, have regained
f thtr IJ frnt Un"' MCOfdiD
Trying to Gat Away.
, ltiy Associated Press.)
French Army Headquarter via Ot
tawa. July 22 North of th Mara
th Germane ara making prepara
tions for a further retreat.
ATTENTION! BOY SCOUTS.
AU Boy Scouts of tha Bicycle corps
ara requested to be present at thai
ball tonight st T-.30 p. m. sharp.! a. '
tlj.r will be a special meeting and
idiilL i Ba DreDsra
-t ov'r oft -"vA-wasjlaM, iv l-'M.
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ia progreaaing- between the French,
BfKieb and Italian troopa and the v
enemy southwest of Rhefhu,. where w
the' British have made a further ad
vance. . . ,
Tha German defensive was notice
ably stiffened on the western aide of
. - - -
.the Khelms-Soiaeona salient bat al-
though large number of reserves are
used the enemy maneuvers ara ia tha
nature of rear guard action,, prob
ably Resigned to help the Urge forcee
pocketed in the salient to the south
In northern Franc and in Flanders
(By Associated Ptv
Washington, July ' 22 Kor Die pr .
pea of protecting th coal supply
going to New England from Sovtb-
: em puns irom in uoraanno man-
ace, control of the operation of the
Cape Cod Canal ia to be taken over
by the Government. Th President
expects to issue a formal proclama
- HUNGARY IN TURMOIL
' (By Associated Press.)
London, July 22. (By Wireless.)
Very serious revolt end mutinies
have occurred in Bohemia -and Hun
gary. At Zjet one hundred and fifty offi
ce n and 500 Csecho-Slovaka muniti
ed and were shot, and further, three
thouasnd were srrested.
From a reliable source it is learn-
tht riu. munities h.va Uken
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The Jugo-Slav aoldiers have deaert-
by the wholesale and oscsped to
GREAT THEATRE FOR"
(By AaaociaUd Press.)
Great Lakes, 111., July 22. An op
en air- theatre, the largest theater in
the world, will be constructed in aa
Immense ravine separating Camp
Roas from Camp Decatur at th
tiers two or three feat wide to font
sests, with rough stone supports.
Rustic finishing will 61 out the entire
place and the trees will form a green
caaopy over the spectators.
A stage already has been provided
by nature In the form of aa leased
around which a sparkling brook tumb
les over rocks. A company of any
could be accommodated on tha
stage. Special lighting raciuuo win
be installed and dressing rooms -
Th arrangement of the theatre
will enable recruit in Detention to
witnoaa entertainment without ming
ling with th other sailor.
CALLED TO LOUISVILLE.
Jsa. B. Allenaworth waa summon
ed to Louisville yesterday by Chair
man Hines. af th Kentucky Coua-
ell of Dfna. t tax part ia ue
pa lung campaign for' awvtag.
otampa with the HiUia War Pktarsa.
Hkt success In tola souniy as. awssv
d wid afadtioi aid kt wa
to Oad avanraWifc