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DAILY UNTUCK I AN
M.iy 17. I91S
BOYS OF 21
TIME NEAR AT HAND WHEN AN.
OTHER MILLION WILL QUAL
I FT 304 IN CHRISTIAN.
It la eetimatod that mora than 100
young men in Christian county hav
bwomi 21 years of age alnea tha
draft regiatration of a year a (TO and
will be required to tnroll on tb
booka of America'! selective army
next month. Chairman C. R. Clark
and tha member of th local ademp
tion board epeet that many to rg
krter. Tha data, whila not daflnitaly
aat by tha Preeident, will probably
ba June i, ona year after tha regia
tration of 11T.
Tha new regiatration will ba con
ducted by tha ademption board abso
lutely without coat or expense ta tha
government, tha etata or tha county.
Heretofore, draft regiatration haa
been held at voting precinct at big
expense to tha atata. Thia lima, all
registrant will call at tha court
house and will regiater in tha office
of tha local board. Tha trouble and
cxpenaa of placing vote bootha in
condition for tha regiatration will ba
wholly eliminated. The ruling means
mora work for tha board but it will
accept the Job gladly and patriotical
ly aa it haa all previous calls.
Name of all tha men who have
reached 21 since tha last regiatration
will ba placed, at the bottom of their
respective ctaaaea and will be taken
only after men previously regiatered
hava been called. That proeeaf nay
ba rapid or alow aa urgency demanda.
After registering in Juna, every
young man will bo supplied with a
questionnaire which ha la to fill out.
Tha board will hold constant eeaaions
thereafter and will claaaify all new
registrant. Then, thoea In Claaa 1
will ba examined.
Tha local exemption eithnatea
that three-fourtlta of the naw regis
trants will ba place.! ia Clone 1. Few
men will ba put in deferred liata un
der tha new ruling.
It will ba found that many of theaa
boys are already in tha service aa
THE GREATEST CINEMA SENSATION OF THE AGE! ! ! !
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"THE KAISER-THE BEAST. OF BERLIN"
The marvelous screen production thai created the wildest excitement in New Yorks Picture Palace The mot stupendous event in the annals of screen history. A vivid and
authentic portrayal of the innermost circle of the Imperial German Court Alfairs. An amazing pictorial revelation of the Private Life and Affairs of the War Lord. Every
Patriotic American Should See This Marvelous Production. ADMISSION-25 Cents TO ALL War Tax 3 Cents.
Also Princess and Rex TO-DAV-King Baggot & Marguerite Snow in "THE EAGLE'S EYE." Chapter 6 "THE PLOT AGAINST OKGANIZED LABOR. 2 Thrilling Acts.
PRINCESS TOMORROW-NORM A TALMADGE IN "THE SECRET OFTHE STORM COUNTRY."
"Tao Kaiaar. Tbo Baest of Berlin."
Tha greatest picture of tha age.
THE KAISER. . . .RUPERT JULLVN
Capt von Wohlbold. .. .Allen Scan
Caot von Neiele . ...N. de Brullicr
Bethman-Holweg Lon Chaney
Admiral von Tirplti. . . .Mare Fenton
Marshal von Hindenburg. -Jay Smith
Gen. von Kluck Harry Carter
CoL Sehmledecke. . W. H. Bainbridge
Capt von Hancke. .Harry von Meter
Admiral von riiacott. Walter Bclasco
Gen. Erick von Falkenhayn Ed. Clark
Gen. von der Golta W. Coburn
Gen. von Beaaler. ....... K. Tainter
Gen. von Weddingen. .F. Beauregard
Gen. von Rueaaelbaim. . . . W. Harris
Capt Koviach Capt Anderson
Dr. von Greasier Winter Hall
Marcaa, the blacksmith Elmo Lincoln
a :ttactn.L'sbyth ekard .... BBeer.ao
Louia Lomenie .... Robert Gordon
The President Orlo Eastman
Ambaaador Gerard . .Joseph Girard
Gen. Pershing Alfred Allen
Gen. Haig II. Barrows
Gen. Joffre Harry HoMen
Gen. Dial Pedro Soso
King Albert Jack MacDonald
Little Jean. .. .Master Georgia Hupp
Hansel Maater Frankie Lee
Babrielle Ruth Clifford
Tha New-Made Bride Betty Carpenter
Grandmother Marcaa Ruby Lafayette
Bertha von Neigla Gretchen Lederer
Gretel Mistress Zoa Raa
CALL OF MAY IS, ISIS.
To All Local Boarda In Kentucky:
1. During tha five day period be
ginning May 25, 1918, thia atata will
furnish 6.S11 white men to report to
Commanding Officer, Camp Taylor,
Kentucky. Thia ia tha Anal call for
white men under tha second quota
that haa been aet for thia atata. Tha
groaa quota for tha atata was nine
teen thousand nine hundred six men
and wa had credita for enliatmenta
that were deducted from thia num
ber which were sis thousand faur
hundred twenty-three, leaving a net
quota for tha atata of thirteen thou
sand four hundred eighty-three. Wa
hava furnished our naw quota Ave
thousand ona hundred thirty-seven
men, leaving a balance dua of eight
thousand three hundred forty-aU, of
which number approximately aix
thousand three hundred eleven are
2, . This call complete tha call
for white men in tha aecond quota
and therefore no local board will de
fer tha call of regietranta whoa or
der number ia within thia quota on
account of being engaged in tha cul
tivation of a crop, aa provided In
Bulletin No. 64. No regiatrant can
ba deferred ia thia call under any
, S. . Tha exact data of tha mova-
asant wiU ba sent you with tha rail
read schedule aa eooa aa eama ia re
ceived from tha railroad companies.
Notify tha man who are within thia
caO that they will ba called thia
tenth that they may make their ar-
, HENRY F. RHODES.
Major Infantry, V. B. R.,
Chief, Selective 8ervica Dept. Ky
SOLD AGAIN AT AN ADVANCE
. OF TEN PER CENT IN
L. B. Morgan, who bought tha L.
W. Watkina farm at Gracey April
Ti containing nearly 600 acre, aold
it yesterday to Beverly Greenwood
at an advance of more than ten per
cent Tha sale waa made by tha
real estate firm of Radford at John
son. Possession was given, but Mr.
Morgan will live on tha farm and
operate it thia year for Mr. Green
wood. It ia getting so that $40,000 real
eatata dcala are not at all exceptional
in Christian county.
The casualty list Wednesday con
tained 121 namea, divided as follows:
Killed in action, 3; died of wounds.
3; died of accident. 1 ; died of diseaaa,
5; died of other cause, 7; wounded
severely, 6; wounded alightly, 49;
wounded, 8; missing in action, 39.
Three Kcntuckians were named aa
Order taken for Vlctrolaa and
FOR SALE Splendid family mar
J. C. JOHNSON.
Phone 332 or S44. 88-3t
Tee Sacral of tb St oral Cavalry"
Norma Talmadge Appear in Se
quel to Grace Miller White Tea of
tha Storm Country." It ia a matter
of acrcea hiatory that tha picture ver
sion of Graea Millar White atory,
"Teas of tha Storm Country," re
ceived a hearty welcome from many
patron of tha photoplay. Tha aa
quel. "The Secret of the Storm Coun
try," will meet with a like recaption
from tha admirers of the little her
oine first impersonated by Mary Pick
ford. Tha latest of tha Grace Miller
Whit atoriaa to b produced In Aim
form ba been given th advantage
of Norma Talmadge'a winning per
sonality and excellent acting ability
and haa aleo received expert aaaiat-
anca from Director Charles Miller and
th member af the supporting cast
FINE BEEF CATTLE.
Supply now on band at Kentuck
Un office at 2 to 4 cent each.
Mr. Jeff. J. Garrott aold to J. B.
and R. G. Anderson this week 107
head of Ana beef cattle which were
fed out at Mr. Garrett's farm. Tha
lot averaged about 1025 pounds and
th price waa around 13 cents par
pound. Aa is usually the caa with
Mr. Garrott's cattle, thoy were
splendidly finished and aa Ana big
drove aa were avtr seen on tha
streets of Pembroke.
Mr. Garrott has 120 head mora at
homo which wiU ba ready for mar
ket soon. Pembroke Journal.
TO BE HELD AT THE PENNY
ROYAL FAIR GROUNDS
Church Hill and Wheatland Grang.
e will hold their annual wool aal in
thia city tomorrow, May 18. Th aala
wiU ba held at tha Pennyroyal Fair
Grounds and will begin promptly at
1 o'clockp. m. All wool growers are
solicited to consign their wool which
will be sold on tha same basla as
wool belonging to grangers. The
granger do not restrict the sale to
their own membership, but invite
any and all wool growers to bring in
their crop and sell It when buyers
from all over th country will b on j
hand. Last years saia loiaiea aooui
8,000 pounds and it ia expected that
mora than twice as much will ba dis
posed of this time.
It waa at first planned to bold the
sale at tha Thompson looee floor in
thia city, but owing to tha very heavy
receipt of tobacco thia week, and
crowded eonditione generally, it waa
decided to bold it at the fair grounds.
TRY HILL'S HOME-ROASTED
COFFEE. ROASTED DAILY AND
DELIVERED TO YOU ANYWHERE
IN THE CITY AT ANY TIME.
COSTS NO MORE, BUT IS BETTER.
HOPKINSV1LLE COFFEE AND
: CALL AT J
j UNCLE GEORGE'S
Cash and Carry Grocery 5
And Get NORTHERN IRISH E
; COBBLER POTATOES
1 15 lbs. to the Peck E
; 50 lbs. to the Bushel.
E Burr Ground Bolted Meal, made by 2
R. F. Hight, Crofton, Ky. - ,r
1 GEO. M. CLARK j
2 BETYVLXN 5th and Gth, NORTH VIRGINIA ST.
PHONE 27(5. . J
FOR RENT Nice front room on
South Muin strvvt, two blocks from
city. AH modern conveniences.
Phone 365. 68 It
Thomas W. Wilaon, of Gracey, haa'
Urn appointed a rural mail carrier
on one of the Gracey route.
$ TITT 9
I (famished by Whitfield Bros.,
Odd Fellow Bide )
May 16, 1918.
Com Open. High. Low Close
Msy ....127 127 127 1274
July ....143 144 141 141
May 74 7 7t
July e 67
July 43.11 43.10 42.11 42.11
July 24 85 25.03 24 61 14.80
July 2310 2137 22 10 2180
i 25.60 21.60 25.03 21 10
. .....25.47 25.47 24.91 25 01
M.M . 9102
LmUvIIU Uv Stock.
100( quiet changed.
2.500; 2M and 10 lower, taps
i; sheep 60; alow nnrbsngad;
til duwn. A "
OPEN SATURDAY, MAY 18
I will be open for business Saturday, May 18, at my new stand in Hopper Building, opposite Court House,
where I will do a strictly Cash Business. So if you will give me your business for 30 days I am sure in that time
you will see how easy and more - satisfactory it is to do business this way, both from convenience as well as a
money saving proposition, that I will have no trouble in holding your trade. I will have two deliveries jdaily;
first delivery will start promptly at 9:30 a. m. All orders received after that time will not bs delivered until 4
o'clock p. m.. Each Saturday night I will have one delivery at 8 p. m No orders received for delivery after
that time. I expect to handle a complete line of up-to-date goods at attractive prices and will give the public
polite and prompt service and only ask of you a trial and I will do the rest Come down Saturday and inspect
my stock and if prices are right buy a bill and have it delivered.
1 Lb. package City Cro Co.'s Special Coffee,
Original Price 35c. cash price 25c
Extra good Peaberry Coffee in bulk, original price
25c, cash price 5 lbs for $1.00
No, 1 Gautemala Coffee in bu'k, original price 40c
cash price 1 lb. for 28c
On Call good Rio Coffee in bulk original price 20c
cash price 7 lbs for $1.00
1 gal S. H. Molasses, Original price 90c, cash
price 75c gal
Good Pickling Vinegar, original price 50c, cash
price .t 35c gal
Dromedary Dates, original price 20, cash
price 15c pkge
Loose Raisins, original price 20c, cash price 12c lb
Royal Excelsior Dates, cash price 12c pkge
Majestic 12 oz Seeded Raisins, cash price 10 pkge
Premier 1 lb Seeded Raisins, cash price 12c pkge
Classy Peas and Corn $1.10 doz. 10c can
Sugar Loaf, Extra Sifted Pieces, original price
20c cart, pel doz. $1.80
Superba Corn, original prices 20c can
' $1.50 per dozen. 13c can
French Peas, original price 50c wholesale 35c can
Quaker Oats, original price 15c .10c pkg.
Argo Salmon 23c can
Sun Kist Salmon 23c can
Pride of Dixie Salmon, $2.00 dozen 17c can
Sun Kist Peaches 24c can ,
Silver Dale Peaches :. .!2'4c can
Pasco 3 lb. Hominy 10c can
Sugar Loaf Red Kidney Beans..... 14c can
Underwoods Cod Fish ..20c can
Heinz Baked Beans 15c Size 12c can '
Heinz Baked Beans 25c Size 20c can
Yacht Club Salad Dressing 50c size 40c can
Beechnut Assorted Jams 25c size 16c jar ,
Beechnut Peach Jam 50c size...:.., 33c jar .
California Prunes 20c kind ....12 l-2c pound
Yours for Service,