Newspaper Page Text
j . - Ttinrr-i i
DAILY KENTVCKIAN Ann. n. tJ..'l - Z '"
, . rwo
'.4 Every Morntnj Except
CHAS. 1C MCA CHAM
Editor, CHa. M. Maeeham,
teraa at the Hopkinvill Poet
ic a fWond Class Mail Matter.
itabllehed as HopkVvlIle Consar-
.1... I. iart F.uv.l.l b HoO-
javlll Democrat 1876. ruhliihed
I th South Ken'ackisn 1879 to
8. From 18KB to IPIT aa ut
fifty Year ef PaWieatiaa.
I SUBSCRIPTION HATESi
Sm year ay aaO 3 00
Wa Tr kr .rriee 00
rta WeM at .aa .reswvttol
A4ratUa Rata aa Ape-IUalUa
IIS SOUTH MAIN STREET.
WATCH THE DATE After yonr
hit, ran promptly, and not mia
k naubsr. Tha Postal relation
require anbaerlptiona to ba paid ia
L Thii paper ha enlisted
.iih the ppvemment in the
ync of America tor tnc
IOO Ol vnc war
KEPT HER AWAKE
Tk TcrrilU reins b Back ana)
Sides. Cardui Care RcGef.
Msrkivllle. La. Mr. Alice Johnson,
of this pl.ice, write "For one year I
suffered with in awful misery la my back
end tides. My left tkle was hurline me
all (tie time. The misery was something
I could not do anything, not evea sleep
tl night It kept me awake most ol (he
oictit ... I look dillerent medicines, but
nothing did me any gaod or rctiered me
until I look Cardul . . .
I was not able lo do any ol my work
for one year and I got worse alt the time.
was confined lo my bed oft and on. I gol
so bad with my back that when I stooped
dowa I was not able to straighten up
igain ... I decided I would try Cardiri
... Bf time I had taken the entire bottle
I was feeling pretty good and could
ilralrfitea up and my pains were nearly
I shall always praise Cardirl. I con
tinued taking K until I was Strong and
wetl. II you sutler from pains due lo
Vrrule complaints. Cwdul may be Jiril
hat you "ced. Thousands ol women
ho once sullered in this way now praise
Cardial for their present good health.
N CHARGE OF Y. M. C. A. WORK
a njjjiinjgaMna 'P P' ' '
DIES UKE A COWARD
Ex-Czar Wilts at Death; Propped
UR SERVICE FLAG
.4-.. ev.a.1 k'wjt m nUk'
Mb af tha Awocialad Prma
Tha Associated Preas Is exclusive
ly entitled to tha use for republica-
Lfcw of all news dispatches credited
to tt or not otherwise credited In this
yaper and also the local news pub
lished herein. All rights of republi
cation of special diipa'hes herein are
BEE STINGS KILL QUICKLY
Man tueewmbe In Ten Minutes
After Reins. Wounded In
Philadelphia. Tea minutes after he
J been Motif on both wrists by bee.
,irt U Hume, alxtyali years old, a
luent or Santa Ana, est, died.
Tha bees' stings acted as violent
pntsno. physicians elated, probably
feerauae of Hume's tfnosual phrilral
eondlrJon. name rae stung by the
bare when ba attempted to deatroy
hive clnaa to hla borne.
Physician, when told of the peculiar
eaaa, stated that there wae a prvbabl).
Ity that the polsou Injected by the
beea etrark aa artery and wae Imme
diately eooveyed to the heart, canning
death. It wae also eaid that tha beea
(tings may have acted as a violent pot
eon because of IB nnueual physical con
dition. Tha phralrlana said that so sudden
a death from bars' stings was vary
t SERVED AS GERMAN
t SPY, VINDICATES SELF
Atlanta. O Walter Wander
wet, a srortdWldJ reveler a
i reared laat year aa a suspected
German apy, having proven fcta
Innocence after Ave Booths Im
prisonment to the earJsfactloa
of the courts, la now making
good in the eyes of the pubUo
by serving the fnlted attatee In
Ibe office of scoutmaster of
troop 81, Poj Scoots of Ameri
ca. At a recant street corner
meeting of the boy scouts. Wan
derwei flnlobed a abort talk and
eoUected) Ivef 2od for the
Thrift Stamp boy scout can-
Setlapaee When He Pecee the Firing
Squad Oerman Paper Olvee Ae
count ef tout Ion.
Amoterdnm. With two hoar given
n which to prrpnre for the end. Nicho
las KoniamifT, former Ruiwlan emperor,
aaa taken out by hla executiom-ra In
l state of iiK'h collnpee thnt It was
lecemutey to prop htm amlnt a po"t.
av the Iikal Anxolger of Berlin,
lilch ilnlmx to be rwlved from a
alKh Ruiulnn pentorinee an account nf
the emperor's last hours.
Nlcholaa was nwakened at fire
VcliM'k on the morning nf the dny of
nil execution by a patrol of a non-
-nmnilMloned offlcer and sis men. He
was told to drew and was then taken
to a room where the decision of the
ivlet council was emnmuBicnted to
him. He wa Infornwd the execution
would be carried out In two lioura.
The former emperor. It la added, re
ceived the annonncenient of the nen
tence of death with great ralmnena, but
when he returned to hla bedroom he
mllnpned In e rhalr. After a few min
ute he aked for a prlent. with
whom he waa allowed to remain un-
attended. Bubequeutly he wrote nee- :
When the escort arrived to dike hire ,
to the place of execntlon Nlrholas at-
tempted to r1e from hi rlmlr, but !
was not able. The prleat and a sol
dier were obliged to help him get to
hla feet. Tha condemned man de
scendi-d the stairs with difficulty snd
once be felt down.
As he was unable to stand without
support when the piece of execution
wa reached, ha waa propped against n
poet. Ha raised hi band and aeemed
to be trying to apeak, bat the rifle
epoke end he fell dead.
Ir. E. M. Wylle, who has arrived In
r.t.n,l from the United Stataa to
lake complete charge of the rellgloue
work of tbe I. M. U. A. in ureal nni
in Tha work that the T. M. C A.
hae dona for American noldier In F.ng-
!end end Franca ha received praiaa
rrom all aide. It cannot be over
rt.inl that It la a atlmulatlng and In-
raluable factor In tha high morale of
Give the Cutting Idg.
Nickel alloy with frw 8 to 10 per
cent slrrnnlum will take a fln cutting
edge, according to the Chemical Trade
Journal. Either eohnlt or nickel nlth
8 to 15 per cent slrconlum lin It
melting pol" reduced below that of
any of the threw separate metal, with
an Increase of electrical reltncej
nd with M to 30 rr cent ilrconlum
the bnrdneM I greatly Increased, giv
ing an alloy wiltahle for cutting tool.
Thi application of ilrconlum ha been
He'll Mia 'Cm Up.
Wbt become of that waiter that
UIMh to wlt on roer asked the man
In the restaurant.
ti,. feiinw who alwsrs got yonr or
ders twlstedr siked the proprietor.
Hih, he's enlisted snd gone to tbe
t;l. I'll et hell mix things Up,
all right, all right."
IRON BEST TONIC
CaeU but a fraction, What Weahae
Preparatioa Sell far A Spoonful
la a CUu ef Water a Dm.
The alolute proof that medicinal
iron would help blood and strengthen
people wonderfully haa caused many
t'heniial to perfect more or less ef
ficitnt Iron tonics and more or less
Far matt people, however, the writ
er would say that Junt plain highly
concetrated Acid Iron Mineral U
better, far cheaper and atronger and
goes from two to six li ne as fir.
A bultl of Acid Iron Mineral
kept handy and a teaj oonful poured
in a glaas of drinking water after!
meals, makea a delightful, very nnu-l
ual and highly beneficial tonic and
trengthener, and if the blood need
enriching and purify In j it would bej
hard to And anything that doea It.
better or rid the syitim of rheuii' au
tism and kindred nilnirnta quicker,
than just plain concentrated Acid
Iron Mineral, which la the nnme for
non-alcoholic natural iron.
It a Uo has beneficial effect upon
appetite and digestion, and the kid
neys soon show its- effects.
(Note: ) A I M does not set si l
laxative arfd should one be needed to
stimulate the liver or bowels a good
laxative tablet like A I M Tills is re
BURIED 1400 PENNIES.
Terre Haute. Aug. 22. William
Hamilton 18 years old and Thomas
Crist 21 were arrested by federal
officers today on charges of robbing
the postofflce at Lewis. Ind., last Sat
urday night. They were taken before
Clyde Randall United State commis
sioner and bound over to the federal
grand jury. Authorities reported that
through information given by the
accused 111 in 1 cent pieces stolen
from the postoffiee had been recover
ed from a corn field where it had
Petition ef Nave tae.
I'neriTy nf Hchl. heal ami etertrtetty.
or lmitr energr. travel In apace at
a I ieed of !!. mile ee aeeortd.
dMnnce of S,Wtl.otV).. miles per
jriir. named a Mcht year. Then the
vlVrM would I tf-' tM Mghl years die
Innl ; and ."C.""-'! light year If wrallx
I one-one hundredth aecimd of are.
Km-riiy fnmi the etnr Hlrlua renchee na
In rtrhl and a hnlf light year. Th'
lowmt etlmate of 'he dlatance of thi
Mitlkr way I 2UMi llfc years.
Thi I" near homo hew e. Hop ted
with ill-tiiiice of ome Plrl netule;
nad It I inootly In theve that flnt new,
tin-. aifer, fcle In light to 0. hnt
renlly brllllnnt. And now mankind
mint aalch to see If the tight of the
Nov lncn-e. If an, alrlra to And
If It I really growing hvlghter of It
self, or approaching. Approach or re
remlnn ean only be told by the tele
Blame Put an Writer? Crontn.
hkreere gsv np 4Mrtborsbtp In
the prim of life snd retired te Strat
ford hecau he wae raftering front
wrllera' cranip, detlared Dr. Ralph
Iftwl. In an address at the IhaJr.
peare festival given by the Mm ere.
of lmdon. T prove It. Dnrtoe LafV
wlch presented farslmllea of the writ.
Inga and Ignaturea of Bhahaapeare.
He wild there were 19 evidence thai
the great plvwrlght developed writers;
n ni alxMit Kill heo the last p'sy.
-Tbe Trmpe"t." wa produced.
FOR TAXI Call J. B. 7.
Rec leaned Rye
ea la cheap.
Leerwe Preawb Owletily.
Aa A merle a who wrote home a d
script too of hie Jnarnere Into the in
terior of France, relates hi experience
In Irving t crowd hlawelf Into one of
the rvwrfl "eight bornee end 40 men."
"These ear were loaded to the
guard with Freachlee bound for
Howdy. T ar.
"TM to belt.' eemarhed ewe of them
who'd learned to speak English from
the Cnlted State merinaa, but I know
ha meant te bo polite bce he of
fered a e mate and match are Just
the eeme aa ready money over there.
Bo I eaye, 'An re voir, old timer.'
end whoa they see I was right there
with Ihetr ting, they grinned back and
nude room for ."
R.T. JETI .D.V.M.
7th and Kailrond Sla.
Cowherd k Allechcler 8le Hern.
Phone 19. MopkinavUle, Ky,
Hn Balh Rooms. Fout Fifsl-
FRANK BOYD. PROP.
DEEP CURVE LENSES
AND SEE BETTER
: COMPANY :
. -L.1- iWl , - t I ' IS 'I ' .
CARRIER BOY WANTED Ap
ply to Daily Kaotachiaw OaSe.
Furnished rooms for light
keeping?. Mod era eonveaieneee.
Close In. CaB 867-ring X. T4f.
For wall paper from Se te JOe ear
roll, aea Mrs. Emma CaUett and soa.
Ill Walnut street. Phone T0. Mtf
Gruen f VERITHIN
Hardv.ick.il II a rd w ich
Will savs fifty gallons of gaso
line for -1.00. Use Csrbonvoid in
your motor csr and increase your
milesgs 23 per cent, and eliminate
all carbon trouble. Upon receipt of
$1.00 we will send yon prepaid a
full slse tube of Carbonvoid.
Sold under a positiva guarantee to
do the work. We want reliable men
and women a our ipecuil re pre
(entative to sell Carbonvoid in Ken
j turky. Exclusively territory.
! KKNTUCKY KOALINE KOMPANV.
i S01 Louiiirjlte Trut Dldg.,
! 13J-4snt Iniville, Ky.
Fyes tested, lenses ground.
Good Morning Have
You Seen The Courier?
Evansvllle's Dest paper.
Smithaon Water delivered To-
days and Saturdays. Thota 633-U
FOR. RENT OR SALE.
Our home. II rooms, all furnished.
steam heat and all modern conven
iences. Call In person en
P. C. or MRS. P. C tUCUAKUSUN
125.00 scnoiarsnip in Lraugnww ,
rrirl nuaiitaaa Collewo. Naab
vilU, Tenn., good for twenty-Ova dok
lars cash In payment ol tuiuoa. wri
maks liberal discounL . Inquire at
Daily Kentucklan office.
Sleep Over It
Chauncey Inicw says he bs e hard
and fast rule that unpleasant happen
ing are to be dlcued In tha morn
ing, never In the evening.
To thla I sdd timt before making any
Important dccUluu you should alweye
sleep over It. Ton may think quite dif
ferently In tbe inornlug and the delay
may aave you much subsequent re
grwtr-Loe Angeles Times,
"If those two men com together,
there will b trouble. The big one If
'Tea, but the little on ha a ell
ELOPE, TOj.DlS TOGETHER
Chief wf rJtfl ini neighbor Wife
fiarry Out luklde Pact
Rochester, f, y, Fliner Flh, chief
af police of Slaordun. and lira. Elmer
Phalpa, who erarCCetlnd ehot to death
la tbe wood avear Bpeucarport oa
Tharaday, left their Itomea on July 8.
Fish, hla wife and their two email
children lived opposite to sir. and Mrs.
Phelp la atacedoa. Fish rpraentd
lb Standard Oil and lbli Is a barge
canal operator. Mrs. Pbelpa wa fra
ejuent visitor te the Flab borne, l-
though Mrs. Fish pretseted agslmit her
'-Wen, Falp was driving Flah'e ne
MUe oa Jul T aad eraahad lata
cbloa. Fish Uxik tha ear te
re sod wanted to have it repalr-
ucdlataly. Am this eould at ba
the ead afra, Fiah retaraed to
a. lie ead lire. Pbeipa left
V the troUwy at foe- e'cleh and
wae heard fraas thaae Basil
i aad bee rhndre haee gnt
Orders taken for
TIN WORK OF ALL KINDS
Roofing, Guttering and Repairing.
Plat Bed Steam Boxes.
Country Work a Specialty.
Rear I. O. O. F. Building.
New Wheat Seed For Sale.
Weighing 61 pounds to the bushel,
nrodured from eead sown S peck te
acre, having yielded over SO bushel
to acre. For information apply to
I10PKLNSVILLE MILLING CO.
PLANTERS HARDWARE". CO.
135 12t F1DELI0 FARM.
NOTICE TO TAXPAYERS.
You are required to call at the
County Assessor'a office at ence and
e-iva in your liat of Property for tag
ea, for w cannot liat everybody the
last dsy. I have from July l, ivia.
to Nov. 1. It IS to list 14.000 taxpny
era. Consequently everyone who Ca
hould com ia now In order M aave
paying a penalty and avoid the rush.
O. M. WILSON.
Countv Tax Commissions.
i 11 Stood.
CzpiUl, Surplus and Undivided Profits
One Million Dollars
Jha, Largest of Any Bank in Christian County
The. Long and . Successful Career of This
Bank Recommends It As a Sale Depository.
JN0. B. TRICE. VicePrea.
v . IRA L SMITH, Cashier
J. A. DROWNING, Jr.. Aaa1 Cashier
JOE McCARKOLL, JR., Asat Cashier.
LouUvCie - September 0-14
r"" SEPTCMDER 0
5UMDAY PRCUMINARY PROCHA
Thtviu Drnd of 40 Wortel Famaal tfsloifjta
u .. . Chorus f 300 Valcaa
x Twa rtlghta by Ruth Law '
.S7S40OOa Total Premium . 7aIMSJ ,
- ls00O0 Seef Cattle Shew Saddle Mere Stake tSSSeH
:lW)00.00 FetUd aad Feadlna Cattle Shew 1SSS4a
RUTH LAW AUTO POLO AUTOMOBILE RA0M
Aerial Quoen Spert Thriller Wert Creek Dftvere
, De Laae Hasewdrease Snow tagniat Mlday Speelai R. ft. Rasas .
lsjn Feuwt T. K reaver, teerp '
04 Raswblhs Sulieiaf, Llvlll, K.
BEST L0TOF HORSES
OF ANY. SEASON.
Hopkinsville, Ky., August 27-31, 1918.
. FIFTH YEAR
F 0 V E B,D & O AYS
Music BY BRASS BAND:
BEST HALF MILE TRACK IN KENTUCKY
BICCEST fill!! Ill VM1 IIOIEIi
Ten per cent of all net earnings will be given to Red Cross and Be!iJ Relief Fund.
Jno. W. Richnf?, w tct
Holland Garnett. President
Baby Show Au&;27 ' ;
e eg fan, m (Sirtoa !