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July 21. WIS
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Jewelers and Opticians
No. 8 S. Main. I'hone 31 1.
GEO. KULB WALTER HOWE
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I The following poem. "My Boy" mm nMrlt., Th. KttMti Forbes family, who Wf I Iff VMl lilSV
ft written by Rev. H.J. Schick. St. Ill II LI I L R 1 1 have all ben sick with measles, are 9 , S
Pork! Pork! Pork!
Do not neglect your hogs
Feed a Balanced Ration
and push them to maturity.
In this way you help our gov
ernment, our army, our navy,
our allies and yourself most of
The Acme Mills.
IJrioK All of V-JK.
Greatest Care Lowest Prices
We tahe exceptional pride tn our prescrip
' ThStnirest drugs the greatest shill and care
In compounding them tho honest adherence
to every Instruction are all absolutely ncr
sary to rve you txactly what the doctor ha
Your life may be endangered by the slight
est mlstahe. So go where you Know your pre
scription will be handled in an absolutely
scientific and proper manner.
We give prompt attention to all prescriptions.
Thus you do away with needless delay.
l.uras Evangeliral pastor, ia dedi
cated to th. parent, .specially th.
mother, of "Our Boye."
V Capt. Witmer. of th.
My boy has gone to the training camp. jforrt fivM ,hji intMtni of tnt
my ooy or maniy years; i ..... .
. . . . . ... ... . ,. crnt righting in Franca,
Ana my heart hi with him In thai
i To ahara his joys and fears.
I aaw him marching down the street
With others, khaki-clad;
And some there were who cheered!
But mothers there were sad.
I stood and watched with burning
My boy, aa on ha marched.
And something, clutched my vary
My lipa were dry and parched.
And aa they marched, while dram'
I could not cheer I choked and
"Into the wheat fields wa threw
our ahetla. tearing red holes in the
green, yellow-turning wheat, and wa
I 1411 .eoma better, we are glad to aay. , J
The protracted meeting la In pro- aj
great at Vaughn's Grove now, we hope
American .they will have splendid' meeting. '
A good rain was reported at Brit- B
mart and Falrvlew, but none ba aj'
readied this Tar1 f et
Mrs. Bettie 8hw is visiting Mrs.
Sallie Shaw this week. i
Miss Eleanor Henry, of near-Hop-'
uprooted the poppies, the blood red' kinnville. Is visiting her sister, Mrs.
Capital - . - $100,000,000 :
TRe Service Wc Afford :
. . . .
My boy has gone to the training
Ann my heart goe with him, too.
O my boy, my boy, 'tis my earnest
That God may keep you true.
It eesma to ma but yesterday.
Sine Laddie waa a babe.
Oh, how wiy heart yearned over him.
And how ft waa afraid
Afraid that harm might eoma to him,
O God! How oft I prayed.
And I'd clasp him closer to my breast.
Until hia smile brought peace and
And now ha'a gone to th training
My boy, so strong and true.
Yet. I am glad he'a to do hia bit
For the "Red. and White and
Through tear-dimmed eye I saw him
Aa he waved a fond good-bye.
And tear-wet kerchief waved.
A my boy went marching by.
But my voice it waa a cry
Of agony, and fear and pain
For tha boy, my boy, my only boy.
Who might not come again.
And if he died, 'twould cause ma woe
Of a thousand deaths, but still
I'd praise tha Lord my boy could go
poppies of France, and fluag'them air.
er the heads of the Grnn lifts. Then
our men advanced.
"We were ambushed from all
sides," Capt Wllmer told me. "That
ia to be expected in warfare like this,
which la like our old Indian troubles,
or our campaigns in Cuba and the
Philippines. There were euro to be
some Germane left alive in the trees
and in the wheat, and three Germans
with a machine gun in a tree caa hold
up a whole company.
Wa fought them Indian atyle.
8ome of them wa rushed, ether we
out-flanked and attacked from the
rear; ' and wa crawled and ran and
dodgetf through our part of Belleaa
wooda until wo came to th outer
"My men wen on into tha- wheat
field. At On point some forty of us
fifty German rose up tn front of us
and threw np their hands. W held
in our rifles and advanced to take
them. pi laonera, when a widraVroun
fir waa opened .on us by tha com'
paniona of theee German wHo' wet1
hidden In tho wood on th tether
side of tfte wheat"
Capt Wnmer paused nere,' and his
tired eye hardened for a mrfaiiTrt.
Wa had- a number of euuwttles,"
"And what happened?" ,
The look In hia eyes changed, but
the fire In them remained.
"Those Germanr are all aonrom-
batanta now," ho said, "and they art
not prUonert, either. That was 6ur
first experlenea wftv their 'Kamerad
At another place in that wheat
field the machine gunner kept (hoot
ing at our men all th way from sev
eral hundred yarda bntil we were al-
1 Ed P. Rented, this week, and attend- !
ing the Vaughn's Grove, revival. m
Mr."Hl!r Hates, who has been
quite aick for several months, is
soma better at present J
Our service flsg at Laytonsville aj
school will have ten star. Ttn of our
boy have gone to the service, in the
right cause. I
Mr. Sidney Buckley and "amltyvaj
of Texas, are visiting Mr. Rent Buckets
ley and family this week.
Mrs. Tom Everett of Fsirview'.lji
visited her mother, Mrs. ,' Msttielay
Forbes Friday. !
Mr. and Mrs. G. E. Dulia visited1"
Mr. and Mrs. G. L. Dulin Sunday. J
Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Parker and ay
children visited Mr. and Mrs. Frank
t'very man ammi nur ulikrrj ami illrrctoru I well known 'n
throughout Ihi aection of the country fur cunserviiliMii unci tho
You ran be certain that when you drpoit your mtmry here "
it will be complete safety under the direction of Ihcsc men m
HOLD YOUR LIBERTY BONDS.
Oldest Bahir in Christian County J
J. E. Mcl'HEKSON. President. '
CHAS. F. McKEE, Cabhier.
L. H. DAVIS, Vice-President
H. L. McPHERSON, Asst. Gwhler.
To raceestfully flnarlc the war it
ia neeeMary that owner Of Liberty
bond hold their bonds If possible.
Where for1 any good reason It ia nec
essary for them to turn' their bonds
into cash they should seek the ad
vice of their banker.
Liberty loan bond are very desir
able Investments, and crafty individ
ual are using various means to se
cure them from owners not fsmiliar
with stock value and like matters.
On method la to offer to exchange
for Liberty bond stocks or bonds of
doubtful organisations represented asa
returning a much higher income than
the bonds. Z
There are various ether methods I aj
ttned and likely to be used, some of !
the gold-brick variety and others !:
crude and probably within the limits J
of the law. All offers for Liberty H
bonds except for money and at mar-1
ket value should be scrutinized cart-
Better Banldng Service for Farmers
The Federal Reserve Banking System, with com
bined resources of a thousand million dollars, has been
established by Act of Congress to stand back of the '
farming and business interest of the country.
We are members of lh' system which enables us,
better than ever tefore, to supply our farmers with the
credit and currency they need for producing crops and
to protect them against disorganized markets.
If jou aro not linked up with this system as one of
our depositors come in and let us leH you how it helps
mort on ton of them. We had caa-
And 1 would feel the iovoua thrill h.. .i -
m . ..rik ih.t ... ..ii .i. ... ' ... ' - ... fully. The bonds are the safest of in
Because I gave a boy who went.
PRESIDENT SPARES HIM.
veatmanta and have nontaxable and aj
other valuable features. iB
Tn knlrf vAur f. inert v loan bands. .SI
President .WihtoM Monday com
muted to life tmpriaonment the death hand and w rot everyone of them
sentence imposed by military court-iat ntf run
to throw np their arms. They've don
that to us and our allies time' after
can. then aurrender at the U.t minute t ' -. - " 2 l "
Rut they were a bit too Ute thl. time ur bnker b,fore th'm
man vi taaj nan visa auwniaMta in vmi
First National Ban!:-'
martial upon Private Albert E
Beauregard of Company H, Sixteenth
infantry, American expeditionary
forces, who was charged with desert
ing in tho face of tha enemy.
MY OFFICES FOR RENT.
115-St Dr. Austin Bell.
Eye tested, leases ground.
DR. J. R. HILL
; Ofica Persy Smilbeoa'e Stable.
Day Phone 32. Night 1107 2
7th and Railroad Sti.
Cowherd Atticheter Sate Ram.
Phone 19. ' Hopkiniville. Ky.
Fine Bath Rooms.- Four First
class Artist. -
PRANK- BOYD;' PROP.
INSTALL A GAS
No time is better than the presenHoicnnindpat'
ing the home from the coal dust altd-ths 'hotsewife
from the drudgery of the coal pile nndAtheclv'hesp.
ASK US HOW TO DO I THIS
Kentucky Public Service Co.
Rioht hav. this mm m Hav. let me' 1
tell you. there ia atill one nest of Gerl This war is to be won not by one
man machine gun belling us in Bal- man or one thousand men or one mil
lean wooda. They are trying to shoot lion men, or ena million people. It
a many of u down as they can lajto ba won by the united effort of
shoot us from th bark and when we the Individuate of many nations,
get them they will probably try to Every American citisen has an in-
surrender. This ia tha kind of war-lividual doty to perform, an individ
fare Germany has been seeking, uat share Of the responaibility. The
They call it open warfare,' bat. be-more-powerful and effective tha
lirva men. it ia not warfare In the; American forces are the horter will
open aa a white man knowa it" I be tha war, and the shorter the war
. jthe fewer lives lost, the grester the,
SPECULATING ABOUT 'number of American soldiers who will
THE LONG RANGE GUN. I return horn victorious.
Every American who economixea
AD WELL BROS.
(tty Associated Press. )
Paria, July 23. That tha burst-
in consumption of material, who In-1
creases production, who save and
ing-charg of sheila from tha German leads saving to the Government, does
long-range guns ia mixed while the ,omthlng U help win the war.
projectile are in actual Right w thel
belief of French scientists, accord
ing to a technical journal published
When the sheila of Paria began it
was noticed that th explosion of a
THE USE OF OIL.
TIN WORK OF ALL KINDS
Roofing. Guttering and Repairing.
Plat Bed Steam Boxes.
Country Work a Specialty.
, HOPKINSV1LLE, KENTUCKY.
Rear I 0. O. F. Building.
A mountaineer In Eastern Ken
tucky who refused to have any oil
wells sunk on his property, although
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n... nmnnmmn m .-.nun mmwm i 1 1 B . ....
T r 7i i ..i .w . w. '" w" ffr fabulous price, ar-
mixed with a little that waa white i . .i,,,..
-j i-j i . n
nq arrompanivu uj a eirvng sinvii
ether. Recently th mk has been
entirely white and very light, the
ether odor persisting.
No shell that failed to explode
has been found, aer even an entire
fuse, indicating how delieat and re
liable the explosive ia. - This fact
loads experts to suppose that th
shell is charged with two liquid ex
plosives, separated- by th perforated
partition which ia knowa t exist In
th center of the projectile.
When the shell I fired at a high
angle tha liquid In tha upper nd
combine with, that In th Uwqt
chamber, and churned by th violent
rotation, produces at the moment of
fntpart, thre minute later, a per
fect mixture. This woutd explain,
it ia laid, th ability' of the'thai
to resist th enormous tnork'when
fired and tha fmarlM uniformity
of th explosion. '
TURK NOT HUN.
During tha funeral of Gen. 8ir
Stanley Maude a Turkish airataa Raw
lover tha cortege and dropped a wreath
! 5 00 yarda In front of th eelumo,
I Th machine then dipped twk. aboni
turned, and flaw back to U nrtara.
! Wlill it wa flytog over the. city, aa
fbefor it mission could bo divinod,
to machine as" subjected ' to aa
lanti-aireraft Sre, but tortnnaath It
i svdd -the hIU. 8eiontifli AarV
"God ha put th world on it
xte and Started It to spinning. He
left th oil to rubricate tha axl.
and If th oil ia taken out a 'hot box'
might result that would blow aa all
to smrhereen," Exchange.
KEirrUCKlAN SAVED FLAG.
Franklin, Ky..' July ti. Relattvee
her have received word that J. C.
Forgy.'a marine, who wa on board
th San Diego when It was torpedoed
and aunk, landed safely. According
t the message Forgy cut down the
flag and aaved It from foing down
with the vessel. Re hi a nephew of
County Judge D. H. Hatter.
Uvnr ar.t Eccrd Stailc
Virginia Street, Between 7th and 8th
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Practical Jeweler tad Graduate Optometrist
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iaoe bonae of MUeJUked rapaUUs fa bae.t. aqaae
aWMag, aa4 taa eellabU woekasaasfclp wkieb b aqaire4 oaly by
Wag year of eapeViesMO. Sb la tba b.s M. D. elly. I
taUUk4 ka HUaaUU U I MX ,
North Main St, Opposite
Court HotMtv -HOTKItiiVlLLE,"
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