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J -Over the 4 By an American Soldier Wbo WW ARTHUR GUY EMPEY When the Lusitania was sunk Arthur Guy Empey decided that he could not War- 1 1 y.a bL.2 . " iu3 country to declare war so he sailed without order? for England, and enlisted as a CanadLia. He recounts this Incident In "OVER THE TOP in less than five hundred words. In a few thousand more words he completes his experiences In England and after that he Is In France for the greater part of the eighteen months before he was Invalided home, in the "Front Line Trenches." "OVER THE TOP" is the first story by one of the American soldiers who went to France, has been a real com batant and has seen long service in the trenches. Sergeant Empey tells what it actually means and feels like: ... to be wounded seven times; to live for a year and a half with mud and rats and shells; to be covered with "cooties" and never w gei na oi tnem; to go "over the top" in a charge; to grasp for your gas helmet when a eccona g aeiay mean s death; ' V v S V f 1 - J - i. f : I Z 1 - 1 1 . ii IMPERVIOUS TO SUN'S RAYS That Whit Abaorb. Na H.t F -Old 8or U fact r,.,,., eaB.M. . . ' 1 - ' LmoBtrtlon. When tFicr? U onow on h IS Ca.1V. Iir ninnna n . ..' 1. ' pen'ment to dnnrmnfrafa ' to which material it iHir.Mnt absorb tho raja of the gun. j Take several amall , . v VIVIII ' of various tint, un wrifn n c . Xirholag. Tnene might be black, red, light hUlC whit an, I ..ll tin v ------- ' jmjm II UI'U tho tun ia ahininir Kn'rrUl.. I ... uiu oi aiuu on t level patch or now where the nya can strike them. Leare them fn thia " 'VDI.IVt. 1UI . few houra and tlion w i ' - n.v Wllb I10 . nappened. You will rind that cording to the amount of heat ab sorbed, ao will thfl melted ita waj down into the enow. Thua the black cloth will hare cone 1L . f .1 . O uuwn me iartnest nf all an indeed, that it will be out of reach of vne rars or the low w nt ann tv. red and rellow cloth ni ha.. down alao. but not nearl in ka .r- "a iwiug avTAnt TL - t.' t a t i . wwufci 1UB llifnL Din will haw a. tJ " V VU1I gone a little waj below the eurface, wmie me wtute will bn t;n nn k wSai vu mav to p. auite unfT(Wv! K K .. - " 'y ug VIUI B raja, baring absorbed virtually no I i V . fl 4. l .'V 4 j T Greatest JVar Story Ever Written to caDture a Pnj.?an to S v machine a few yards away to he for thirty hours wounded and unconscious in "No J 71 M For a year and a half iiffl mi j. . . . 8 1-ana M IN THIS NEWSPAPER f s Real Stuff! LOST CHANCEOF PROMOTION entry Mlah iwr oui Tor in i t- wre BaauUful Bluff. The gnecial letit rariflien on ffi Pfiu , va,J011 A 1 ULI k hM a etory obUined from a German prisoner which rend Iilr 4nMM;ia . wW w J UTCUJ1U raja ins ffcicntirlc American. Tt a i . ... - iikiiou avia- I wr, aescenaing from the ikr, landed gently near a Bocho ecntinel. The riator asked him ia purest German wuere me oiucer in mmmmJ Gothaa was to be found. aavin i.. j . ' u ..ou ajj uj-gput rnesjage for him. I he gentry replied: "The herr commandant of the Oothaa lireg wnere the Oothag are, but the herr lieutenant knowg that" To which the aviator replied: "Yea, my lad. but ia the fog I hare missed my way and now I am lost" Answered the wntrj: "Ah, yea. I knew the game thing happened the other day to Herr Ton Schulti. mv lowini? which, and with t!m of deference, he ware directiona aa How Does a Soldier Feel in a Ltfe-and-Death Crisis? While trembUnind hot Vr .C'"' thmn, Lth,l Lh 10 ftorie. of iSrSdi To read the.. cmireiy new viewpoint o( the war. A Close-Up of the War NvwtnaMra wi4 auaul-iM iraat ik. w. .1 . . ia !M yao about i To. uiaa aTr aml4 baasaa, K. '.7I":, " "" Pit Of loil fkiak 1 i w' " ,1Tnraj Could lelT Buck attn d V . True AdTenture8 of the Great War 6 Volumes Free! all lm. tuLiXZ m aWaTal aiiil"" ParfU Ut el StariM titwa Mnffx la xr 8'a tun Tlx B"V la tiih Knlu Owi i.l.v. tawa In Omiuir Wiia pa AiMriwa Bart miu i iawm Na 1 w Wa DfiM4 f'Ui w RiImt Wiia rrtMan Pmtum Cm. a;" ia Mina IM TarU OuaaUal at f i. UMntrnaiU If a trw erf iba mtm wuu tM af M MM fMM Im turtai af pi . ... lowing which, and with the IT-lry ' Atart fit ue of the Daiiy KentucWanJSir JSLfiT cuu.cnoe huw and begin with the first eoiscde. l. fcrJi7 wra to Mm " 111 a. a! ia mm Omi tU mtwm rrr "nrix: tijzz'tz -Jf It i. im o- af-M. imAIi ax paiuiail akaaaat tkat an aUMtraaia Oaa - - - aJZ. Send No Money 9. P. u-ii tn.liil.ly fr k, M B w ualnalUa aU ahannt ano.kt. o4 II w2 .TT1? af iuhm ta y WM ! Ih. IWtila. - - - ... . la altuiiw, Mtata m4 aw lb tn V.luaM and Ih. MlhKYliHI.ac.iM.llMl . 9 af aMiw- M Itvi.t P( Iba (IM a. r n II I 1. m Mn7 fl a . Bia nnuu uhh ."' af .. ,, ii REVIEW OP REVIEWS CO. new roac f Attm CM.. Sa Vakaa ... AD WELL BROS. I TIN WORK OF ALL KINDS When a Wmi. kj. i. Kansaa Cltr -"- . uivu tun i f .k " m"' M r Husband when , r""".uuq ia areat enough." experience, not the Tenn-ylvanla Ort It appeara aa If the . .. rroTO"M TlrtuoIIy all the Urae. And. mercy, how angry they - "i., mra iae euDject of agea Is rl IV hi nli i t a u - ... . a. , - j i n a nara rail, ight again when the aentinel no- "ne Tervj m , ticea to hu horror the British mart. rwina Poor- "Weiir ing on the pianos t I on the ,rw!!.:r'rt'n?.'''"'"r. wik . -. ,nn or inrroiu n ima j .. I ruin rna lontt In.i. . ' rop ma stool: to. after I hoii-ht r ..i7 , ,n l,a,T'n- One la a .vo ,ee , on the ft?' ' S'-.Ve-n SSar Roofing, Guttering and Repairing. I Plat Bed St p --w.aa w UiV,Ol j Country Work a Specialty. I HOPKINSVILLE, KENTUCKY. I Rear I. 0. 0. F. Building. fcodEuppIy. Poultry An , awVr ,t r"'t esnsmater quicker than an, othir kind of stk. d brCU8ht to """"" t A "illiaaBBBMBa aM ""L umiiv mu umpnrq m i dno-o ck..... ai ted in Calvary Cemetery, St. Louis, is a most unique, compcllinff de f e.hV ,e very character of its architecture seems to emphasize the fiuthfuJ and honorable spirit of this old warrior. cMpniiTnonr We believe in being faithful to a trust. We believe in being honorable in our dealings. We do a high-charactered work at a reasona ble price. CASTOR IA For Infants and Children In Use For Over 30 Years A . . & THE THRICE-A-WKK EDITION Of THE NEW m WORLD, IN 1917 Practically a Dailv n k. E?ARr.V fintnKarl ni.'M. I YVpli v 7, "I"'-" "'"C j rruuuce more winter eza weekly. No other newsnaoer In Ki. and return the i reatcsf nrofi ...... orld civet ao much . i'. : chicks h,v ,. TT. neu """"""k'o oi a longer ana bttler On Farms and in Back Yards yOUSE the fiock comfortably; keep houses dry and well ve..filaJed, allowinj? plenty of fresh air and Remodel the old house -stop cracks and eliminate Ul tOi Give hens a eood straw htter to scratch in durimz the winter months. world gives so much price. The value and need of a newspaper in the household was never greater than at the present time. We have oeen rorccd to enter ih - - - fcv. nvuu war, and a large army of ours' is al- rcauy in f ranee. Vou will want to chicks have the Crowing season. Hot veather retards tho growth of ycung chicks. WEVER allow the mother hen to range with the young chicks until they are at least two weeks old. Enormous numbers of vr.nmr rhirLa a-. L - m xie iusi vntn year by allowing them to run in the wet grass during E"MLATE the male bird at end of hatching season Fifteen m ll.on dollars is lost each year by allow Sitel A &RIhuJV9 eXCeUent fr nd be sub- si.tuted for a con .- . amount of grahi ration, dow oafs. vP, h . . Erain , , , ' 'o iur mmnier una- fcv ..itiiji uccta 1 - an i beets in a dry nx.m o with straw and earth. T. St()IH 1-lhKarro in a pit and cover ko... ti it . " year oy aiiowii have all the news from cur troops cn their early life. I' lIfVinftnn hnlllA f. . l.l I J ..,.vu.i laiuc-iiiiut, ana iuib promifestobe the most momentous Q"ADE and range for chickens will aive th- ry of the univeise. sults- Hot sun retards growth. There cranio l ... I be trees, mm Sllnftnurarc- .In n. . year in the history i McCLAID & Ai'MSTRONG 509 N. Main SL. Houkinsvill. kV ....... tiepnone 4'ju. Mi- nil,.. . viuci ucwBUHner nr an eivinii . price will furnish such nrnrnni tin. I r- aaraii accurate news of th.-se world shaking .il5. ii is .()t necessary to aiv more. THE THRICE-A-WEEK WORLD'S regular subscription price is 11.00 per year, and this pays for 1M pipers, We offer this uiienulh'il n and the HOPKINSVILLE KENTL'CKIAN (Tri-weekly) together for one year for $1C5. ine regular subscrlntion nnV ri bett re- re should oe trees, corn, sunflowers: fr n - . . , . i uno iu pro vide shade during the hot summer months. Chickens on range pick up much of their food. QRliATEST returns are milk or buttermilk fo . . Resi'lts In greater gains. Products more egg. lucre. . . Makes a home maiket for gAVE cv:s durii:' April t . .. prcativirg in waterj water, boiled atid coolod, w r f Will preserve 15 dozen eggs. Place the solution in a 5-ga:: . . place for winter use. 1 1 by feeding sour . 'ung and old birds.' ; rrqvire less grain, pi ts. - by-r'oducts. - -i. i -r winter use by . Mix 9 quarU of of; waterglass. jr. Store in cool More Eggs and Poultry Will Save cefVi.id Pork ( For published information and individual advice on roultr write to your County Agent. State cultural College, i U.S. Department of Acriculturo, Bureau of Animal WASHINGTON, D. C. '"aising o the the two papera is f3.C0.