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3t UuU. Mo.. Augr. 21. ty
Zelia Phelan has been united with her
husband after a separation of eigh
teen years during which lima she was
under the Impression that her hus
band had died and that she had bur
ied him. Instead, she had buried an
other man who perished In the Gal
veston flood of IbOO.
' After her husband's supposed death
Mrs. Phelan marred and then, after
the death of her second hushand re
cently, she learned that her first hus
band had become demented searching
the country for her.
When the grear flood overwhelmed
the Texas city, Mrs, TheUn relates,
site; apd iter husband became separ
all fl ddrjng the excitement. Phelan
dill not return and Mrs. Phelan began
a teach of undartskinf establish
ments and moi-gife 1 riniiny he
identified the bodji an Uiat of fhalan
the entire country searordng for hi
Worry ovsr her, iuperinducad y
a blow on the head received during
his rescue b Galveston, braufht
about his mental aberration, it la
"At times I was alright," Phelan
said, "but during the greater part of
the last several years 1 was mentally
unbalanced, rhyaiciana said the in
Jury from the blow would have been
healed speedily if I could only have
thrown off the great worry about
DIES'' AS" FOE
British Aviator KM InTrhnntf-
alvatlan Army Trvek Driver PlgurM
In Tragia Ah Battla at
' tha Front.
Psris. Tylng In the arms of a Fal
vsllon Army supply rrnck driver at
the front In Trance, a !trltlh aviator
who had Jnst been crashed to earth
In a desperate triangular battle In the
sky had the aatlafacrlnaj of wltneea
Ing the defeat of his (lerraaa anraf
Cheyenne. Wye.. Aug. 32. Vir- onlet by a Freorn plana juat before be
tusllv complete reUirna from yester-1 drew his last breath.
day's state wide primary ahow that Tho straggle, according to a report
Robert D. Carey of C.reyhur won I he, "f?'1, ,U"
. Ki:r. ':.,, ,.w.r behind the allied lines In Titoee, and
therepubliran nomination lor gever- M fc Ransom OlffoM.
nor and will be opposed In the Nov.1, .rriNlM of CoL Art,m
ember election by Cody who was ra-jff of Sniration Army for
nominated the democratic ticket.) u,w England, and residing la P-wton.
John E. Osborn of Rawlins won Young OlfTnrd waa hauling aoppllea to
the democratic nomination for Unit- j hntmenta along the Una, when sudden
ed States senator. Hsyden M. White ly three big plsnea circled Immediately
was nominated for congress on the ever bla head and opened np terrtflo
ilrmorrmtie ticket without onnoaitieB. I W-m" r
snd buried it.
A few years Jater aha nuurried R
E. Hardpen in, A U on, 111, j ,k '
After Harttpen'a .: death s ,; few
week ago, Mrs. Prv rati visited Alton,
the place of their marriage, and
Senator Francis E. Warren and
Conirreasman Prank W. Mondcl had
do opposition for renomirmtion on the
republican ticket . v t
Last af Bergayae FaiaSy Dies.'
la a abort time eoa plane t!t diwn
ward In flames aa1 .crsslted ta earth,
lest 0d,1OO feat frota inffrds track.
The young Salvationist ran to tho
wrerksge, and aftw deeperato efforts
extricated thtf broken and blveitlng svl.
at or, who waa U11 Ht. JTw rYenrli
nidi era, wha bnd k-0 airwaled near
by ran up, and noting the condition of
once, a competent machinist-!
London. Aug. 22. The last mem
ber of the family of Bureovne. whose the aviator, raced off In different
most famous member was the gener- rectlnna for a doctor and ambulance.
hit. there ... invited o in.nert the I al wha commanded th. .nedition "g neiu u... ...ui.n .
Illinois state hospital. While passing sent from Canada against the United
through the hospital she came faceLstatee in 1777 and surrendered at
acktan'a linotype operators arc hu rt,u, from th. n!ltitn
A afaaaA sua (aw, O eaaiar aaea It fna '
M VU BJIWU IU Mfwa U A.OJ Vas 1WI
i Congressman Ferris, who has tour
the country, reports that Demo-
I Sats wlD fa'" in tat th House and
Senate In the coming elections. '
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In their offensive the British are
using many tank and they are ter-
rotuing the Huts. Wednesday morn-
to face with her first husband. Thej Saratoga, has just died in London,
great shock of tho reunion restored. She waa Mrs. Charles Wood house
dsughter of Field llarshal Sir John
Burgoyne, and grand-da ugbter of
General John Burgoyne of American
-tor for night work. Both of the,f femnon mn(i M ob.
said he had traveled over
iti arlinlA iimiilrAnl mini tin in k 1m
I st B o'clock in tho morning an
I caoU the enemy unawares.
1 Miss Adeline Wilson,' of Owena-
Ihoroville, Ind a young teacher
X,eri old, waa thrown into nervous
prostration from trying to keep from
I her parents the secret of her mar
I riage several weeks ago to Private
I Lilborn Newton, aaed 20. now ati
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W,UIU OIITIUV. HUf IIDSIIJ (UIU WlVl
MOTHERS OF SONS
,.' . Palriolic' Faculty I
'' .' Christain Atmospheie
' ? I ? M'.l''ry Training
j Beuti(ul Campus
story and collapsed and is in a hos
pital for nervous treatment.
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The present series of German de
feata have involved a German officer
who is perhaps better known to the
reading public of the allies than aW
aioat any of the German generals.
He is General Bernhardt, the author
ef the famoua books which so frankly
revealed Germany's war aims. lie
commands tho Fifty-fifth corps of the
Sutlt army, which, had been steadily
omen Daci cy tne urttian across
the plain of the Lys toward Armen
tieroa. He is realising that there are
other "almt" besides tho Es!ners.
' Fiva reasons why you should consider our war emergency
couues in lha liiuh achool, buaiiiegg, ahd college depaetmenla.
U Interested in fie correct aclutlon of your boy's problem,
write. . ,
George F. Dasher, Pres. , Russell'Me, Ky.
his artna, enabling him to lie bark, and
with fast closing eyes gaxe at the con
flict Mill raging Immediately over their
beads. Tbe French piano put the tlcr
oaa to rout, whereupon tho Rnglleb
flchter with a smile relaxed and as
pired In the arms of tbe Salvationist.
Glffurd atateo tbst for a month ho
has not had bis shoes off, and that thla
la no uncommon occurrence with the
supply driven, lie spent 24 hours un
der hia truck on a subsequent trip
when It ran off the road Into a V.ltrh.
with shells dropping around It atl day
and half the nUht.
J 'MAY MAKE VOTER VOTE.' '
Boston, Mass., Aug. SI. The con
stitutional convention eoaaldorod Rt
rejection of a . resolution- permitt
ing the legislature te amke i Voting
compulsory and voted to refer tho
question to tho people at the. Novem
FOR TAXI-Call J. FL K
WANTED-l-Reome for kght Jms4
keeping. Close in. Call 44. e
CARRIER BOY WANTED Aa
aly to Daily Keatackiaa OSmo.
PAROLES BECOME PATROLS.
Waahlrtftew.1 Aug.7 tl German
Indon, Aug. St. British raeosK
nleore feraierty Interned in SwHsr- ties reported In the week ending to
la nd and repatriated here been aent
on military duty to the Ukraine In
violation of the agreement of Berne,
according te- an official despatch 1o-
""V1 Me wfUr-Oui teaet character -ere
CoMmartyrylmr te have'H -Vrmfi
cate"" y ' . U ;
day total 8,411, compared with aa aaj- M
gregate of S.820 reported In theV
previooa week. Theee are dhrfded T ' T
Killed or died of woonda. Ogcerm, .
210; men, 1,307. ; . ,f i
Wounded or missing Officers, 118) , ,.
Furnished rooms for llgtit hoase
keeping. Modern f dnvenieneee.
Close in. Call SHt-ring f. . ! T4-tf
For wall paper from Se to SOe per
roll, aee Mrs. Emma Catlett and eon.
311 Walnut street. Phone 790, - (Stf !
FOR SALE-.Qmihdit. plane, hora
ry table, book case.
J. W. TWYMAN.
211 North Maiat.
Qood Mornlngw. Have
You 8een The Courlerl
Evensvllle's Dst pper.
. Smlthaon . Wabr delivered Tue
Jaya and Satordajrs. Fbo e 633. L. .
FOR RENT OR SALE.
Our home, IS rooms, all furniahed.
steam heat and all modern . conven
iencea. Call in person on
P. C or MRS. P. C RICHARDSON
FOR SALE. ;
$J5.00 scholarship in Draughoa't
Practical Buaineaa College, Naahr
villa. Tenn., good for twenty-five del
sirs cash in payment of tuition. Wil
make liberal discount. Inquire at
Daily Kentuckiaa elBce. ,
New WkMt Seed Far Sale.
MEETING QF MEDICAL COCIETY
The Christian County Medical So
ciety will meet Tuesday, August, 27,
at 1 1 o'clock.
The following program will be ren
dered: l-Dr. O. L. Iirn llmulaa."
2 Dr. J. N. McCormack. Bowling)
Green -"1 no Necessity of Medical
Organisation, Mure Essential Now
Than Ever Before." j
Dr. Philip Ilaynes "Fractuiex"
At the conclusiun of the program,
the Society will adjourn for dinner, as
the guests of Dr. Johnson, of Crofton,
Weighing 61 pounds (e the bushel,
produced from eeed eowe S pecks to
acre, having yielded ivex 20 bushela
to acre. For inforaialion apply te
. IIOTK1NSVILLB' MILLING CO.
PLANTERS' HARDWARE CO.
135 12 1 , FIDELIO FARHJ
Rye for sale
Nothing troublea the average man
leas than the tieubles of hej elgh-
NOTICE TO TAXPAYERS.
You are required te call at the
County Asseaaor's office at enee aad
give in your list of property for tax
es, for we caanot liat everybody the
last day. 1 have from July 1, 19 IV
to Nov. 1, 1918 te liat 14,000 taxper-4
era. Consequently everyone who can
should come In now in order Se eava
paying penalty and avoid the rush.
O. M. WILSON
- County Tax Commissioner.
JJV CtpltalSttrpiuV and Undivided Profits
Jha LaiQiiUof Any Bank in Christian County
TtVe Lonfrt rimJ i Successful Career of This
Bank Recommcnci It As a Safe Depository. ,
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W.T. TANDY, Preaidonlm tlT
JW, aTRICE. Vteeirrea. f .i -
Ji ) llgA L. SUjnCCiaUef - ' .
' J. A. BROWNINO, Jr., Au1 Cashier
' ' " ie; i U JOE McC'ARHOLL, JR.. Aea't Cashier,
Louisv.Uei September 0-14 - - -
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GKAND CUrOAYFflSLIRSIMARY. PKCCHA
, Ihavlu's Bawd f 40 - WoHd FanMel BoMatR
,:,i4e Chorus ! 30O Vlcaa
Tw niEhta by Rut Law ,
ST8.900.COt-. Tetal Pramluma
v" 618.000,00 Reef Cattle Shew- S I addle Macao eeans
r0XWM.i;..'.)r'etJed and Feeding Cattle Shew.
v RUTH4.AWM t AUTO POLO . AUTOMORILI RACtSv
, ,AarUtluaee.Ma s- Saec ThrtMer r. i Warlee Oeaett Ortvere'
Do Lmfe Hlpoedreme Show Mafnlneews MMay . , Oaeelal R.. R. RetM ,
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eeaj for CwkjrHue."..'. Feewt T. R
' " 04 Rapublle Building, Louisville Ky. .. -
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London, Aug. 22. Recently a Brit
ish and a German submarine met
The enemy bad crossed tbe North aea,
penetrated British water end was
lurking to pounce upon any ahip that
1 might croa its track. The British
I boat waa returning; te base aftar aa
arduous cruise. .
I Both boats ware en the aurface
But the BxitisA beat picked up th
Vnemy and dived bo fore she herself
sighted. Khe fired two torpo
" and through her periscope the
;Mlting exploeion, . wae , observed.
fig te the surface five minutes
" las UritiaA crew found one aur-
iwimuiUiK among the wrack-
H was th captain of the Ger
The etlier ofllcera and th
all gone down ta took
, Speed, Program.
(: 1 ' Running Races
OF ANY SEASON.
" on Railroads
Hopkinsville, Ky., August 27-31, 1918:
F 0 V E IB 0 & DMS
MUSIC BY BRASS BAND
BEST HALF MILE TRACK IN KENTUCKY'"
DICCESI Fl IffiSi"
Ten per cent of ail net earnings will be given to Red Cross and Belgian Rdie4 Funis.??
Holland Garnett, President Jno. W. Richnrdi, Scc
r'Great Exhibit. -
Hczi fattier s
, Swine, Sheep
' , and Poultry X'
! AGRICULTURAL XHIEIT I
FLORIAL; HALL"? ,
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AJI' i A
it la LAa.r.4 by
. I I )reiiutt.