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. I WEATHER. 'Faturday probably thow-J cn and coulrr. 'CRCATER HOPKINS. J VILLE WANTS TOU." 2 Ei.b!ishJ 1879 Vol. XL-Daily Vol. 1. No. 36 HOPKINSVILLE, KENTUCKY, SATURDAY, APRIL 2), 1918. Price 3 CVnt n u3 INIOSK COKntNf Call 449 if yen fail la fat Ike Keeluckiaa areaiatly. Aad if yea Imt, a aewe Ham, pboae it la ha a a at number. o) SI J3 0) n W have to admit that sleepy old Bowling Green put on ovrr on ui in getting Charlie C'hnplin. ooo An offlrial dispatch aaya for every Iliad airplane loot, three German plants have been brought down, ooo Former Attorney General M. M. Logan, head of the Revenue Commit ion of the State, (pent but night at Cerulean 8prings. ' ooo Private Thomaa F. Atrhiaon, head quarter eompany of the Thirty-eev-nth United States infantry, was kill ed Tuesday by a sniper's bullet from the Meiiran side of the river while on patrol duty near Laredo, Texas, ooo You ran't keep Kentucky from be ing to the front While Ollie James ia laid up in Baltimore Hospital, Cripps Berk ham is making himself a spokesman for the President in' the 8enale, trying; to hurry up things, ooo Mrs. Belma W. Worley, wife of the commander of the naval rotlier Cy clops, has not riven up hope. She ays she is confident the ship is adrift at sea, with her engines disabled or short of coal. The Kenturkkan with war news up to I a. m. and with the local news field covered will reach all parta of Christian and adjoining counties by noon or soon afterwards. You can have It mailed to you for leas than one cent day. The Kentuckian compiled a de tailed report of the Liberty Dond drive, by precincts, within few hours after it cloned and the people had the news on their doorstep the next morning. It shows the same en terprise thia morning in reporting the Church II ill G ranee sale a day ahead of all other papers. SPY Bill UP (By lateraatiaaal News Service-) Washington, April 19. The Senate Jo-day debated the Chamberlain bill to court martial spies and propa gandists. Considerable opposition developed. CHARGED WITH LARCENY. Herman Gillard was arrested last night after 9 o'clock by Lieut. Haw kins and Officer Rcnidiaw ami lodged in jail on a charge of grand larceny. Gillard is charged with stealing a quantity of copper wire from the Cook Stone Company to the amount of about $200. Tart of this was old to Mr. Hopon and part to Mr. Payne a junk dealer and a part has not'yet been located. Gillard is young while man b ut 23 or 53 years old and has been away from llnpkinsville for several years till recently. MEXICAN ARRESTED. (By lalcraatioaal News Service,) New York, April 19. Ernest Ma dero, uncle of the late President Msdrro, of Mexico, was arrested to night on an indictment churging the laraeny of $102,000. The National Bank of Commerce preferred the charge. Madcro was held under $26,000. LOOKING AHEAD. (By Inleraalioaal News Service-) An Atlantic Port, April 1 Another offensive will be launched by Germany in June, acording to the belief of Lieut General Bridges, of the British army, who arrived to-day. PURELY PERSONAL. Mrs. W. A. Radford, of Louisville, has returned home after a visit here. Mrs. Victor Van Do Male, of Pa ducah, ia viaiting her brother, Mr. W. C. Gray, at Hotel Main. Mrs. W. N. Culp. of Memphis, Tens., ia in the city viaiting her sister, Mrs. F. II. Mason. Misses Annie Elisabeth and Mary Catherine Dineen, of Hopkinsville, visited their grandmother, Mrs. Eg lolf this week. Earlington Bee. R. Herndon Waller and wife will arrive Monday at 6:29 on the L. A N. from Camp Taylor where Mr. Waller has been in training fur aev . eral montha In the Officers Training School II baa been commissioned fef a conimiaaion. lie belongs to tbe Heavy ArUUery Corps. uu GRANGE SALE THE GREATEST RAIN REDUCES SIZE OF CROWD BUT MANY BUYERS WERE ON THE GROUND. SUMPTUOUS FREE DINNER NEARLY 400 HEAD OF STOCK SOLD AND SALES EXCEED ED $31,000. Though the clouds hung heavy yesterdsy morning and the rain poured down till ten o'clock Urge crowd ventured out to Church Hill Grange to the greatest cattle sale n its history. Thia ia true both as to number of cattle sold and the total amount of prices received. One steer brings $225 which ia the top price of the day. Col. II. L. Iglehart auctioned the tale and maintained the reputation he has won for himself. Dinner wss served from 11:30 to 1 :S0 p. m. and a more sumptuous affair haa never been experienced in thia county. After everyone had eat en till he could eat no more many large hams, pies, and other articles remained unsrarred. The sales as made and recorded by the secretary are as follows: 8. E. ADAIR. t steers to Perry and Lester $157.50 1 Ileifir to Cox A Cj $90.00 2 Jersey steers to P. L. $76.00 5 Jersey steers to Ct a Co. .$85.00 6 Calves to P. A L. $141.00 J. II. ADAMS. I Jersey to Edwards $35.00 20 Steers to Cox A Co 2,200.00 HARRY RIVES. 5 Steers to Cox A Co $257.60 10 Steers to P. A U $485.00 II Steers to P. A L. 628.00 10 Steers to P. A L. $460.00 10 Steers to P. A L. .. .$330.00 7 Steers to P. A L. $269.00 7 Steers to P. A L. $199.60 6 Steers to P. A L. $280.00 5 Steers to P. A L. $295.00 5 Steers to P. A L...., $257.60 i Steers to P. A 1- $245.00 5 Steers to W. Johnson $190.00 10 Steers to Edwards $460.00 5 Steers to P. A L. $212.60 LUCIA N JONES. 2Steers to Edwards $344.00 3 Steers to N. Taylor $526.60 S Steers to N. Taylor $790.00 S Steers to N. Taylor $787.60 i Steers to N. Taylor $830.00 5 Steers to N. Taylor $737.60 COLEMAN CKEWS 2 Calvea to P. A L. $45.00 4 Calvea to L. Wilson 84 00 3 Calvea to L. Wilson $3.00 E. A. ROPER 3 Calvea to Cox $105.00 2 Calves to P. A U $39.00 C. L. DADE 2 Steers to Cox: $170.00 3 Heifer to P. A L. $81.00 6 Steers to Cox $225.00 6 Steers to P. A L. $220.00 6 Steers to P. A L. $225.00 J. M. KELLY I Cow and calf to Rot Allen. .$43.00 I Cow to Cox $40.00 1 Jersey Cow toJ. E. Gossett $37.00 1 Jersey Cow to P. K. Redd.. $33.00 1 Jersey Cow to P. K. Redd. .$38.00 1 Heifer to Crews $50.00 JAS. TERRY 6 Heifers and steer to Cox. .$220.00 6 Head to P. A U $172.60 DR. JOHNSON Head to Cox $208.00 T. C. JONES 1 Cow to Wilson A B $57.50 2 Heifer to Edwards $78.00 4 Steers to Cox $611.00 5 Steers to Taylor $790.00 10 Steer to Cox $1,700.00 10 Steer to Cox $1,710.00 10 Steers to Taylor $1,740.00 10 Steer to Taylor $1.800 00 1 Steer to Edwards $172:60 K. H. McGAUGHEY. I Cslf to Johasoa ,.$31.00 HISTORY HOSPITALSELLS ERIE CATTLE OTHER GROWERS OF BEEF CAT- TLE FULL DOWN FANCY PRICES. The Western Kentucky State Hos pital must be succeeding along one line if no other. Recently Messrs. Wilson and Broadbent bought from this Institution at one time 26 head of nice fat rattle ready for the mark et at the price of Uttc per pound. This show that a state institution can produce and ia producing, a high grade product and should add mate rially to the income of that institu tion aa well as attest the splendid management of same. Messrs. Wilson and Broadbent have also purchased some fine cattle from other parties recently. One lot of 26 fine Bluegrasa cattle were bought from Jim Henrathy at 12c per pound and 60 head of stock cattle from Lee Watkins of near Gracey at a fsncy price which is not given out These are only a few of the many nice cattle sales made in this county during the last few weeks. J. M. ADAMS 2 Steer to Cox $107.60 1 Heifer to Edwards $46.00 CHAS. PIERCE 2 Steers to Taylor $318.00 1 Steer to Cox $226.00 18 Steers lo Taylor .3.366.80 WEAVER AND STEVENSON 1 Cow to Edwards $67.00 11 Heifer to Edwards $50.00 1 1 few Is Crews $41.00 13 :.trs to P. A L. $121.00 3 Head to P. A L. $99.00 1 Heifer to P. A L. $38.60 3 Heifcra to W. L. Caudle $97.60 W. H. GARY 1 Cow to II. D. Sumner $62.00 1 Cow to Edwards $57.60 R. C. GARY . j 2 Calve to Allen $72.00 1 Cow to Gosaett $45.00 1 Jersey heifer to Caudle. ... $35.00 ' 1 Jersey heifer to I. Roseborough $31 1 J. C. GARY A SON. ! 1 J. Cow to Gossett $52.00 1 J. Cow to T. B. Mason $62.00 1 J. Cow to N. Boyd $60.00 1 J. Cow to P. A L $49.60 1 J. Cow to Dr. Caudle $70.00 1 J. heifer to P. A L. $38.00 I J. heifer to Wilson $40.00 I steer to Wilson $21.00 W. C. SMITHSON 1 Cow to H. B. Peal $59.00 1 J. Cow to Redd $41.00 1 J. Cow to Mason $38.00 1 Mixed cow to Allen $33.00 S J. Steer to P. A L. $78.60 DAN WILLIAMS 1 Steer to P. A L. $40.00 GRANVILLE CAYC& 1 Steer to Cox $64.00 1 Cow to Edwards $52.00 1 J. Steer to Edwards $39.00 1 Heifer to Ed Malone $00.00 HARRY GAINES Heifers to EdwsKts $104.00 Heifer to Malone $61.00 Cow to Cox $71.00 MRS. E. D. JONES J. Cow to Cox $88.00 Mixed cow to Edwards. .$165.00 R. H. BOYD 1 Red bull to Cox $115.00 M. O. KIMERLINU 1 J. Cow to Cox $50.50 2 8ter to Redd $230.00 5 Calve to Cox $130.00 3 Calve to Allen $69.00 2 Cow to Edward $102.60 1 Hsifer $44.00 W. H. BOYD 2 J. Steer to Redd $250.00 S Steer to Redd $330.00 2 Steers to Edwards $150.00 S. W. HALL 1 J. 8teer to Redd 46.00 J. M. RIVES 1 J. Cow to Redd $49.00 I Heifer to Cox $36.50 1 Heifer to Redd $25.50 MELVIN KIMERLING . 1 J. Cow to Cox $52.60 A. M. HENRY 3 J. Steer to Edwards. .$113.00 ToUl of sale .$31,066.60 Total head of stock.. .883 Average price per bead. . . . C$1.11 JUGGERNAUT OF THE HUNS CLOGGED WITH THE BLOOD OF BOCHES HAS STOPPED FOR THE TIME BEING ON THE FLANDERS FIELD. (By lalerwaliewal News Service.) Laadaa, April If Hiaaealmrf's war ssacbiwa ia Pleaders is slack fee Ike sseawat al least with its wheels slog gad ia Germ a a blssd. The Attiee are prefttiag from Ike lall per aaittiBg tfcene la reecgaaise their for ces, wkick have beea battled by cee- DRAFT MEN UP TO 40 YEARS BILL TO THAT EFFECT SAID TO BE READY AND SURE TO PASS. (By lateraalioaal News Service.) Washington, April 19. Members of the House Military Affair Commit tee returned to the capitol from the weekly conference with military authorities to-day. It ia almost solidly convinced that the draft ag must be extended from 21 to 40 years of age. In describing to the committee its confidential new from ricardy and Flanders the fighting fronts, the l War Department ofTiciala laid stress on the necessity of more man power. Representative Kahn, the actual leader of the committee, declared on hisreturn that a bill to extend the draft would surely be passed at thia session. He said it would be proved by both louse so that on June 6, when it is proposed to register all men who have become 21 that men up to 40 will also be summoned. t IAN LINE (Bv lataraalicaal New Service.) With American Army France, Apr. 19. Sixty Infantry men, on half Americans and the other French, raided a German tine test night near St. Mihicl. A number of German were killed. The Franco-American suffered no casualties. IN A LETTER SAYS HE WAS AWAY ON LEAVE AND ACTED IN SELF DEFENSE. Andrew Anderson, the man shot by Private Harry Tappan at Lexington Wednesday died the next day and Tappan ia in Jail under a charge ef murder. The Powell woman shot at the same time i believed to be en the ruad to recovery. The examin ing trial ia set for April 26. Tappan was beaten over the bead, but his injuries ar not serious. Tappan ia a member of Co. A, 113th military police at Camp Shelby and in a letter received her yester day he say he waa away on leave. He also say h did the shooting In self defense while being beaten over the bead. The woman ha not been able lo make statement and there were no other witnesses. Luther Tappan ia with hia brother and ha employed a lawyer to defend him. SURCICAL DRESSINGS. There will be clas in Surgical Dresa ng tUt afternoon at S o'clock. No class to-ntgTi. SAMMIES RAID 1 HARRY TAPPA tiaaeae dremmieg siace April t. Tka last Iweaty-feor bears have breagkl ae ckaage aa tka Flaaders (real. Wkea Ike battla ia reaewed. probably seea, Maaal Kaaaaiel will be Ibe store Malar, far witb il stands ar fall Ike wkala British liae aa tka Yar.M freat. SECY BAKER SEES WILSON MAKES STARTLING RECOMMEN. DATIONS BASED UPON OB. SERVATION BOARD. (By lateraatiaaal News Service.) Washington, April 19. President Wilson to-day received from Secre tary Baker his new plan for army expansion. Details said to represent a warning that a greatly increased fighting fore should be immediately placed in training in the United States lrieiliv vf our overseas transportation facilities. These rec-r-mnirndations are based upon obser vations made by Secretary Baker dur ing h's recent visit to France, Eng land and Italy. They also repre sent the view of General Pershing and General Bliss, United State rep resentative en the inter allied war council It is understood that steps will be token to clear the wv for the following legislation : 1st to auth orise an appropriation for a military fore of 6.000,000. Second, to raise the ag limit from 31 to 40. Third, to increase In numerical strength the Marin Corp of 75,000. Fourth, to increase the cantonment. And Fifth, to automatically grant Ameri can citixenship to all abena who are now enlisted in the American army. UNITED STATES GHS RICHER (By lalaraalioaal New Service.) Washington, April 20. The Bosch Magneto Company, of Plainfield, N. J., and Springfield, Mass., has been taken ever by A. Mitchell Palmer, alien property custodian, it waa an nounced tonight. The property is valuod at $3,000,000. Unwillingness on the part of th company' direc tor to take orders for materials to be used against Germany la the principal cans of this action. MEN FIGHT ONE KILLED (By leteraaliaael N.ewe Service.) Pikeavillo, Ky., April 19. Mrs. Hobart Vejrard, agio 18, to-night shot and killed another woman named Vegard, after th latter attacked bar with a knife. Th tragedy was a result of a family quarrel begun by the husband ef th women. IRISH UNREST. (By lateraatiaaal News Service.) London, April 19 Th Irish sit uation, created by th speedy par liamentary action providing for con scription in Ireland, ia assuming more serious aspect. A yet no dis turbances ef sonsequeac bav occurred. SPAR CO. IS MOATED FIVE CHICAGO PEOPLE AND 2 LOCAL BUSINESS MEN SUB SCRIBE HALF MILLION. MAIN OFFICE IN CHICAGO WILL OPERATE SPAR MINES IN CRITTENDEN COUNTY FIRST. Articles of incorporation were filed in the county clerk's office here yesterday afternoon by the Standard Spar Company of America. The in corporator are J. L. Oxley, Alex Gets, F. G. Fox, W. J. Fox, and Jos. Fox, all of Chicago, and W. T. Fowler and A. D. Noe, Jr., of Hop kinsville. These seven person sub scribed for the . entire 6,000 share of stock and constitute the board o( directors. The amount of capital stock is $600,000 and the amount of indebtedness to which the company may incur is a like amount. The home office will be in Chicago and the principal business office will be Marion, Kentucky. The company began business March 30, 1918, an! may run for fifty years. A FAN PARTY. On account of the opening game at Nashville today between the Nash ville Volunteers and Birmingham, Dr. Frank H. Bassett engaged three auto mobiles yesterday morning and pro ceeded to Nashville with the follow ing gentlemen a hi guests: T. C. Underwood, Rev. Everett S. Smith, Dr. E. H. Barker, Louis Tanner, Guy Starling. W. A. Nichols, W. R. Wicks, Brockpian Mason, Rev. A. 8. Ander son, and Dr. J. L. Barker of Pem broke. Dr. Bassett furnished the passes to the game and said yesterday morn ing that he would pay all necessary expenses but the boys would have to put up their own apending money. If these gentlemen fail to return in time for the Kentuckian to report their return they will report every thing today in their own fanlike way. as only baseball fans ran do. HARDCASTLE-HITE. At 3 o'clock yesterday afternoon Mr. Emmett llardcastle and Miss Dora Hits procured marriage license at the county clerk's office and were married by Judgo G. II. Chnmplin. The groom ia 32 year of age and the bride one year older. The couple cam here from Todd county, and the groom is at present employed on the construction work of the big powder plant at Nashville. KNITTING HONORS CLAIMED. (By lateraatiaaal News Service.) St. Louis. Mo.. April 19. Holding a record of having knitted four doxen sweaters, three doxen helmets, soveral dosen wrietbsndi, kneecaps, abdom inal bands and other necessary ar ticles. Mrs. Amelia Delporte, of this city, is believed to be the champion knitter in the country. She has a son serving in the army. MR. BROWN WILL SPEAK. Mr. Frank C. Brown will deliver a sermon-lecture at Salem Baptist Church Sunday at 11:00 a. m.. and again 8unday night at 7 :30 he will speak at Olivet Baptist church at HowsIL These lecture will be in th interest of th Anti-Saloon League work of Kentucky. DAYLIGHT ROBBERY. NEW YORK New York, April 19. Enrout to a bank witb a bag containing $2,- 000, Edward Goodman, moving pic ture theatre treaaurer, waa held up by daylight rubber, who Mixed th moaey and escaped in aa automobile her. The robbery occurred on Broadway at Seventy-fourth street. MORE SOLDIERS SUKED FIRST CONTINGENT OF 42 WILL MOVE FORWARD APRIL TWENTY-EIGHTH. ALL WHITE MEN CLASS 1 LIST OF 0 SUMMONED TO RE PORT ON THE DAY BEFORE. The first contingent of the second draft, 42 white men, bav been sum moned to report her next Saturday, April 27, to go to Camp Taylor. Six ty qualified registrant of Class On have been summoned and th selec tion will be made from thia number. About 45 men will be designated, a few more than ar needed. They will leav early Sunday morning. , The list of those summoned to re port : . , Order Na. Nesae. 62 Crick, Felix Nixon 155 Fields, W. Gamett 1 166 Young, Claud 189 Wells. Harry W. 318 Long, Jas. Mosea 3i8 Mayes, Edgar 400 Crews, Walter Washington 639 Brake, Jesse 613 McIotosh.Jno.-Wai. . 6 J7 Walker, Gaither 6.".S Coleman, Jno. ' 643 lander, W. B. 662 McNcoJ, Samuel Kerr ' 702 Mitchell, David. Prestoa 736 McKnight. Win. Taylor ' 7 CM Knight, Horac W. C55 Pepper, Frank Vernon 858 Owen, Bailey . 894 West, Ha R. r" 921 Lyon, Horace 931 Smithson, Guy 8. 988 Williams, Herbert Ella 1013 Thomas, Wm. Clarence - J 1062 Tsylor, BenJ. Harrison ' 1076 Wsde, Edgar 1124 West, Willis , 1131 Ledford, Carter 1162 Griffin, Elam Ed 1175 Samples. Herbert 1227 Brown, Thos. Julian 1236 Miller. Colin Stewart 1240 Qusrles, Malcolm Ernest 1247 Alexander, Everett 1257 Keeling, Rufua N. 1263 Long, Cha. B. 1268 Stinnett, Asa K. 1280 Burrus, Wm. Tho. ,282 Francis. Claud 1289 Martin, Harvey Ovid 1293 Smithson, Austin Pear 1312 White, Lonnie W. 1341 Cluck, Ori A reel 1346 Oden, Wm. Jarrett 1368 Fields, Jimmle 1378 Buckley, Jo 1380 Brackrogg. Cha. A. 1395 Smithson. Clyde 1409 Hsyas, Wm. 1445 Steal. Lackey 1450 Rager, Jno. . 1457 Klein, Louis 1476 Parker, Cha. Marian 1486 Cooper, Herman Cha. 1487 Spurlin, Jas. Curtia 1503 Taylor. Cha. 1529 Dad. Chaa. L., Jr. 1534 Reese. Wm. H. 1533 Sneed. Wd MISS HARRIS ENTERTAINS A social event of Importance among th younger set waa the en tertainment yesterday evening from 8 to 10 o'clock by Mia Nell Harris t a party in honor of her 14th birth day. Fifteen couple were present and delicious refreshment were' served. RUSH ORDER RECEIVED. Another rush order cam from th Navy League yesterday for $00 sur gical dressing to be tent within th next few day. Th order cam to Mis 8111 George Blakey and sh lost no tim yieterday ia getting kr classes to work. Tb demand will be at et.