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July 2. WIS
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SELECTED YESTERDAY FROM
CLASS ONE TO LEAVE FOR
The local Exemption Board yea-1
tcrday afternoon selected twenty
three colored mrn from class one.
All but 3 of thee will leave ncre
at M' tomorrow morning for Camp
Taylor. Three will entrain from oth
All lut two of I be 21 men volun
teered when lh.-ir names were called
The two who ha. I to lie drafted are
Said Kndford and ico. Robinson,
their hcinr Hie first names in or
diT of their number.
Tho-c -l"tH yeittepday are:
Koy ;i!..n. W'.ilkiT Avery, Nel
son CuMirnlwrrv. Gllihle, Will
Mo, r iiink I ai y. Dudley Flower,
tieo. W. Mnorr. Sam Hunter, Na
poleon Mi fill' hi on, Koht. Sunday,
Warrrn ". Williiim. Joe A. IjP
rade, C!a .!. Allensworth, Will
Massif. Grint Tool. captain; minon
G-ey. l.lfiit.; Ira wcn. Paid Rad
ford. Ceo. Robinson, Allen Crutch
field, I'.iulirn Kcniiriek, William
The hatter three will entrain from
pent- out of fie : Lite where they
are pr i-nt located.
Thi.i afternoon t 2 o'clock at the
Tiil-in... Ic tlu' colored people will
hul l a mux nintuv in honor of the
23 selci lives. I.unrhe will also be
prepared imd even to the boys Mon
day morning at the train.
REXMonday and Tuesday
CoHwja presents "L K. LINCOLN" "Roman fitldinj In tie freateit patriotic plolo 'panorama' in eiht acta.
"THE FREEDOM OF THE WORLD"
la tin mighty production 70a tee feats of human courage almost beyond credence how yonr American youth and manhood behave under (ire kow your Canad
ian neishbori to the north of you mobolized and went into action in behalf of the Motherland, it makes you realize and appreciate the bravery of your American fellow
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inc. fKICb Ur AUMsOtvii wui oe iniiareii unaer ic years nc; aquiii lvc, war lax inciuaea.
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1 American Red C'roea hwpltil at Paignton. Kn via nit: inatroa nndiurTn in.iMng hay. 2 - Vlrw lu Chateau
Thierry, near which the American marine ar holdlm tha llne.X 8 Lieut! Janarat Armand Molner of Hrookljo.
who hm neemn an "aea."
: ATTEND CHURCH TODAY :
Philadelphia . .
Clevd.md . . .
New York . .
CROP AVERACE I20.M.
The Several Churches Whose Announcements Appear J
Below I ivite You To Attend Their Set vices, Slranf
t-rs Ar ; Welcome. ;
Waatcaialatar PraaSytariaa Ckurck
R. A. S. Anderaon, Tastor.
9:30 a. ni. Sunday SchooL
10 .00 a. in Woman's BibU Claaa
10:00 a. m. Men'a Bible Claaa
1 1 :00 a. in. Mominit Service.
7:15 p. m. Chriatian Endeavor.
8K)0 p. m. Evening aenrica.
8 :00 p. m. Wednesday Prayer
This crop of tnlimio wa rawed
by liini.r cV tiilkcy. mr t'rofton,
and us uld un M. II. Tandy 4
Co.'a LiHxe Floor at the following
770 ll. K-iif (.1 $25.00 per hundred
nl'.'i leaf $25 (in per hundred
fl 10 lln. leaf rr $25.00 per hundred
:..Mi lb. Iiur ' $ Ifi. 50 per hundred
ISO t lupt hi' $10.75 per hundred
625 Itw trah (' $i:i i5 pur hundred
Bank clearing for week ending Ju
ly 27. l'.l.
Toeadny : 81.737.78
Sume wee k lat y. ur . . .$133,4 46.91
Live Stock Ma.k.t.
Louinville, Ky July 2. t attle
ReceipUt 35(1; kIow.
Il.itr lUtrilds 1700; ateady.
SlnH p ltrcf I.la (J 100; rteady, un.
f roaaa a Culure Soldier.
John (iiH.ilr'rh, col., haa received
a letter from ln mmi Private Kotiira
Godrirh, who U 111 France, notifying
him thut he ia well and that he ha
arranged to aend bun $J0 a month,
$15 from hut own pay and $5 added
by the (iovvriiment. AIm that he
had forwarded an im-uranre policy
He refer to the fact thut two of hi
brother, Jeremiah and John are aluo
in the nervice and two other, Wal
lace and lwia are in the draft. The
letter conclude: "That will make
' five of u boya ervintr our country
and I pray that we will all get back
home fe aac'n. If it i (iod'a will
1 know that we will all come back
The Bolabeviki are aaid to have
exreuted 00 men growing out of the
aaMiiiittlion of the German embae-
jwJvr, Mirbtnk. ' ' "
Dr. 1. rta Powell, Paator.
t::i0 m. Sunday School.
10 4 . m. Prearhinw Service.
7:00 p. m. E,-worUi League.
8:00 p. m. Evening Service.
8:00 p. m. Wednesday Mid-week
Preaching at both tervice Sunday
by Paul S. Powell.
Mornini: "Shall the Chriatian
Sabbath be don away with?"
Evening : "Inviting Chriat to
Miaaionary Day in the Sunday
Baptiat Ckarck. Paaattrok.
O. C Fevtew, Paator.
Worship, with rreaching. every
Sunday a. m. and p. m.
Bible achool at 9:46 a. m.
Prayer meeting Wednesday p. m.
A cordial Inviution to all service.
Cwaaberlaaal PreabyUria Ckarck.
Rev. J. W. Stiles, Paator.
9:45 a. m. Sunday School.
1 1 :00 a. m. Morning Worship.
7:00 p. m. Christian Endeavor.
7:30 p. m. Evening Worahip.
7:30 p. m. Wednesday Mid-week
Morning Sermon "Capital and
Evening Worahip "8ervice in
The men in the front ranks of
buainesa today are found, also, in
the front ranks of church life. When
piritual Interest of the community
they ar too busy to be worth much
to that community.
You are invited. Will you invite
309 N. Main Street.
Rev. Thorns Chapman, Paator.
Residence, 811 N. Main Street
9:4$ a. m. Sunday School.
11:00 a. m. First 8unday's
rreaching. 8 :00 p. as. First and 3rd Sunday
Niaatk Street Ckri.taaa Ckarck. ,
Rev. E-eret S. Smith. Minister. )
Piblc School 9:30.
Christian Endeavor 7:15. ,
Morning urnice 10:43.
8:00 p. m. Evening Service.
8:000 p. m. Wednesday Mid-week
A beautiful patriotic Bulletin, in
honor of our soldier boya, will be
distributed at the morning service.
Every member of the Church ia urged
to be present and secure on of these
The subject of the morning ser
mon is "Henry of Navarre an the
Huguenots." This is the first ser
mon of the 2nd division of the Church
History Series. The Evening subject
is "The Shadow Valley."
The choir will render a special
muMcal number at both services. Miss
Kathryn Cook singing an obligate
at the morning service and Mrs-
Everett S. Smith a solo at the even
ing service. The) public is cordially
Invited to all services.
Horace Henderson, who livea near
OviL, northeast of town, lost a stable
by fire yesterday morning. The
building was struck by lightning and
completely destroyed. He carried
When you want fire,
tornado, life or bund
insurance in tin-Old-
st, Mrongest Cum-
pveniew, see II. D.
WAUArK, office up
stairs, over Andersen
comer Ninth and Main
Fowler Drug Store,
ibbitt. Pastor. I
Sunday School 1
B:4B a. t i. Mens BiblT Class, t
10:41 1 ' a. Morning Service.
8:00 p. m. Ivlng Service-
Dr JJ. f
Firat Baptist Ckurek.
Rev. Chai 1 t Brevard, Paetor.
0:30 a. m -Sunday School.
11:00 a. Preaching Service.
7:15 p. m. Christian Endeavor.
8:00 p. m. Evening Service.
8:00 p. m. Wednesday Mid-week
No prea Jig on third Sunday.
PLEA OF GUILTY.
First I atiat Ckeervk.
C. M. Thon ..en, D. D.. Pastor.
9:30 a. m. -.Sunday School.
11:00 a. m Morning Worship.
7:00 p. m B. Y. P. U.
8:00 p. m. Evening Worship.
8:00 p. m. Wednesday Mid-week
Prayer Meet .
At night the pulpit will be occu
pied by Chaplain Logan B. English,
of Camp Sherman, Ohio.
Seceael Baptist Ckarck.
W. R. Goodman, Pastor
9:30 1 m. -Sunday School.
11:00 m. Morning Servica.
6:80 1 L B. Y. P. U.
8:00 p. m Evening Worship.
8:00 p. m. Wedtsrsetpy Mid week
At Balem Baptist church at 11 o'
clock this morning a service flag with
IT star will be unfurled. Rev. Logan
B. English, chaplain In the army, and
the former paator of the church, will
deliver tk address.
Sear. Roebuck t Co., the big
mail order house of Chicago has
pleaded guilty according to an an
noumenirnt by the Federal Trade
Commiiwion to five of the count of
the pet t;on tiled against it for prac
ticing unfuir competition against re
tail merchant of this country and an
order has been issued by the Commis
sion to the company that it shall
crane the following practice:
I. "Circulating catalog contain.
ing advertisement of sugar for sale
wherein it is falsely represented that
because of large purchasing power
and quirk moving stock, the company
is able to sell sugar at a lower price
than its competitors.
2. "Selling or offering to sell sug
ar below coat, through catalogs cir
rulated throughout the country.
3, "Circulating catalogs contain.
ing advertisement representing that
its competitor do not deal fairly,
honestly ajid justly with their custo
4. "Circulating catalogs contain-
ing advertisement offering its teas
for sale in which advertisement it is
faUely stated that the company aends
a special representative to Japan
who personally goes into the tea gar
den, of that country and personally
supcrviiH' the picking of the tea.
6. "Circulating catalogs contain
ing advertiM'inents offering coffee for
sale in which it is falnely said thst the
company purchases all coffee direcet
from the best plantations in the
SHE IS U. S. DISTRICT ATT'Y.
San Francisco, Cut. July 27.
Mrs. Annette Abbot Adams ha as
sumed the duties of L'nited States
district attorney, under temporary
appointment ly Federal Judge Wil
liam C Van J'loeL . She was chief
deputy to UUtrltt Attorney John W.
Perston, who resigned to become) a
peck) twsikUnt to United State At
torney General Gregory. Mr. Ada'
is the first woman to hold the offlc
ot U. & distrkt attorney.
Miss Effle Yost, of Hopkinsville, is
the guest of Misses Msym and An
nie Hay. Central City Argus.
Elmer Routen, of Donaldson Creek
Trigg county, was in the city yester
day looking for two mule that
strayed from hi farm a week ago.
Mis Dena Ma Brarkrogge and
Clyde Connell returned Friday night
from a visit of several weeks to rel
atives in Kansas.
Mr. B. E. Proctor will return to
day from a business trip to Chicago
and Cincinnati. He will be accom
panied from Cincinnati by Mrs. Proc
tor who haa been visiting her peopla
there for several weeks.
Little Mia Cletus Connell t vnv
iting relative In Nashville for sever
Miss Clara Bell Thompson i at
tending a house party of Byra Mawr
College girls in Ft. Wayne, Ind.
T. J. Baugh ia in Dayton, Ohio, at
tending the Delco Light convention
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Jackson are vis
ing at Signal Mountain, Tenn.
Mrs. V. H. Ilenard haa returned
from short visit to Red Boiling
Mrs. W. 8. Rice is visiting in Louis
Dr. Ben L. Bruner, who has been
shaking hands with our people and
soliciting republican vote for the
nomination for U. 8. Senator, left last
night for his bom in Louisville.
Mrs. V. E. Barnes and Mia Ma
Coombs, of Evansville, and Mrs. Lis
sie Roach and Mis Effle Roach, of
Henderson, drove over yesterday in
Mrs. Roach' car to viawt Meed we
Ernest Snod grass and George Con
nell. They will return home tonight
BLOW Oil HEAD
ALMOST KILLED JOHN D. JONES.
NEAR BEVERLY. IN RUN.
The rock asphalt for constructing
South Main street has at last been
shipped, after a reluctant approval
of Director McAdoo, who called at-j
tention to a circular letter sent out
some lime ago recommending that
no new streets be built this year. I
The street hss nearlv all been rolled ,
and roped off and some of it hs' on a load of tobacco In hi ham
been ready for the topping for a! when the mule to the wage mad
John D. Jones, a farmer Hvrng
nesr Beverly, had narrow escape
from death a few day ago. He was
month. It is hoped that the material
to complete it will begin arriving
early this week.
MINISTER AN AUTHOR.
Dr. Lewis Powell' New Book,
"Life and Service." i Just from the
press. Bishop Horace M. I hi Bo
who read the Manuscript of the above
mentioned publication, write as fol
low in the current number of The
"This volume, by a busy and de
voted pastor, is an echo out of the
double eiperienc of a man who
work in th study for hi own (pir
itual and intellectual enlightenment,
and in th open field of th ministry
for th enlightment and salvation
of other. Thia pastor ha found in
th study what every alert student
will find, namely th distress which
is sought to be brought upon the
truth by undevout criticism and by
the uncircumcised of mind in gener
al. He has also found that men in
th ubsy world without men too
greatly burdened and limited is there
fore an answer shaped to hi 01
need, and meant to secure th bal
ance and repose of hi own thought.
Th question with him could have
been but a natural one, namely: "If
these answer hsve meant so much
to me, might they not mean some
thing worth while to others?". This
is th genesis of every real book. It
is confessedly th genesis of this
book, ft is mad up of present-day
discussion of aspect of science, crit
icism, civic, and th round of Chria
tian activities and duties. It is a vol
ume which on may read with profit
in any of It chapter. Ita motif
and teaching will not be readily mis
"Life and Service" ia Just from
the press thia week, Smith and Lamar
of Nashville being the pubhaher.
Th public will be Interested to
learn that we will have th formal
opening of our new millinery store
at 310 8. Main St, Aug. 1. Howev
er, w ar already in our plac of bua
inesa and anyone wishing to leave
special order with us or desiring re
modeling work, ssms will hsv our
prompt and special attention.
ANNIE CAYCE MILLINERY CO.
KERENSKY NOT TO VISIT V. I.
Part, July 28 Th Tempo aay tt
understand that Alexander Keren-
sky, th former Russian premier,
will not make a trip to th United
8tate as h had Intended.
CARRIER BOY WANTED Ap.
,y I Pily JCealswUaa OAe.
Beginning today Sunday papers
will sell at the following prices:
St. Louis Post Dispatch ... .7c each
St. Louis Globe-Democrat . . 7c esch
Cincinnsti Enquirer 7c esch
Courier-Journal 7c each
Nashville Trnneasean 7c each
Nashville Banner 6c each
Evansville Courier 6c esch
Looisville Time 5c esch
Louisville Evening Poat ....5c esch
L. E. BARNES
Jacob II. and John R. Miller, twins
who reside at 702 Center street.
were accepted in th Naval Reserve
Force of the L'nited States Navy at
the local recruiting station this
morning. The brothers are just twen
tv-one year old. Bowling Green
Order Uken for Tletrtlat. and
a sudden atart and ran out of Jh
bam door. Mr. Jon' head w
struck by a bra mover the door and
he was knocked senseless and. bis
hesd badly rut. . - s
He recovered after a tim and wa
hie to be in town yeeterday with
hi aehd bandaged.
The two phone system of Louis
ville are expected to be consolidated
under government control
How You Want It
When Yon Wtct It
ifTT For aaythinf k sU
II Kea el rvwnwj essss
-1 to as a il we J (
mew yon ss'tWsctory walk
f price tKal ST fig kl
Strayed from Donaldson Creek
IN TRIGG COUNTY
On July 2
ONE A BLACK HORSE MULE, WITH A SORE SHOULDER. , THE ,
OTHER A BAY HORSE MULE WITH "F. S." BRAND ON ' LEFT '
SHOULDER. LAST SEEN BETWEEN BIG ROCK AND PARKER...
TOWN. TENN. A LIBERAL REWARD FOR THEIR RETURN OR FOsT '
INFORMATION. ... v
CADIZ, R. 6
Th Christian County Medical Society will meet
Juesday. July 30. J9JS
At The Library at 11:30 a. m.
Program as follows: a -
1 Report of Secretary and claaaiflcation of Christian Count Physi
cians. S Round table discussion of th war situation a It ia affecting thai-medical
profession. Led by Dr. F. M. Stitea. '
8 Dr. Barnes on "Measles." ,
4 Dr. Reynold. ( j
At 11:80 w will adjourn for luncheon a la Hoover. .
Com and bring a clinical cm along. , . 1
J J. W. HARNED, Secretary.