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IMIVrt irorirla inun) l TH E transac tion is only begun when you hand us your money. The Sale is not closed until what you have bought has given you satisfactory ser vice. We fully guaran \ fcnrirtu Clnttjf* tee that Society Brand Olothes will satisfy tyou completely. I ujLeordiaHv Invite Vou v . i To visit i'Ur store and see the beautiful collection of Diamonds, Watches, Gold Jewelry, Silverware, Cut Glass. Umbrellas and Canes, Clocks and Novelties Every effort will be made to please you Serviee-The Best. Fdc ^ | Prices-The Lowest. SP McKEEhAN PR(£ Guarantee—Absolute Satisfaction MRS. BUSCH’S PROPERTY IS ORDERED RETURNED . '' j SATISFIED THE ATTORNEY GEN ERAL SHE STILL RETAINED HER AMERICAN CITIZENSHIP IT— lU'tu'ti of ill- Busch, v i'i .uloTpii i ' i.usch, In milllon >r, w(M' of Si. IvOiii.'. whit h wo Over iby the alien proper!\ ons xlian under tit* alien property act, win ordered todpy 1 v Attorney (.ra ory It was aiinunu"ii tnat Mrs. Basch had saitisiied the department of jmtl.'e .is to Iter American citizen ship. Declaring that site remuneU an American citizen, al'liouali residin'-* in drermatiy for several years prior to last June, -Mrs. Resell recently fil ed a petition lar the return of her property valued .at several millions of dollars and consisting largely of breweries in Bl. I.oiiis and other eil - ies, sort? and h nds and real estate in New York The estate, represent ed to Ihe one of the largest pieces of pro]Tty seized by the got eminent during the war, and, so far as of I »• .11. r* -.um. rirtiJ (irat/Al I finally announced, is the firs' to e turned hack. -o--- • TRAIN WRECKED BY MEXICAN BANDITS. Washington, Idee. IT—The state nr ;irtr;nient was advised today Unit r passenger tram between \>ra Crftx and i\I“xico City was wfuked yester day by Mexican rebels. There were no i a- unities mid the "reports did not identify the rebel band. -o $25,000 HOLD LP. Milwaukee. \\ is., Dei 33.—Jusopn Gnmniahl, paymaster of the local in ternational Harvester plant, was held up a:i;t rimbed of $3.3,doil while return ing from a l ank late today. While walking through a nassageway Mr tiruenwald. was sluapsed front behind and the : triu ’ com tuning the money stolen. WILSON TO HAVE DISTINCTIVE HONOR CONTINUED FROM PACE 1. opinion, rather dhan of principle, and' that lie wilt rely upon open minded oonforem es and 'processes which will, 'not invovle tiunet essiiry antagonism it s lid to be his attitude that neitli-' er the l nited StePs nor the other; Igoverifments should assume tile rob ot master, and ili.it lie believes he i« , sti'; 'ported IIiy public opinion generally as to i he agreement to be sought for between peoples, rather than govern Clients as essentials to a peoples war. The reduction of armaments pro posed in President Wilson's 11 point-j s'pecifies reductions not below do mosaic safety, and statesmen seem to be agreed that no reduction of domes tic 'armaments without international safety is expected. The attitnd > of President Wilson with re—aid lo indemnity is ,:,?ntra!iy believed to In- that the necessity for the payment i,f a great sum will lie justified only it' based on most care ful and judicial consideration The president is said to agree fully with the entente powers as to tint gri it w rones of military power, bu lo feel most strongly thal the wavs of right In; them must *»o comi-teiu with the objects ot the war. It is asserted that lie thinks the right proceed ore would lie first a careful determination of just claims and demand*! for reparation for dam age and then the note; initiation of Hi meihc 1 ot'pay niunt and the possibil ity of obtaining payment The decision reported to have Iteen reached on these vital subjects by, the entente are believed on board 'he ttoorge \\ ii*hin«ioi< to be tentative. In determining t,.e question of free dom of the seas it is (.nought that rt'dical revision of maritime prac tices probably will arise. -o Poofter's Centennial ( herniates at l.ctnly's Drug Store. IJ-H-tf Keep your eggs now and put thou up In Egg Preserver. One pint wil keep thirty dozen egg*. 3dc per plut 50c per quart. Schnerk Drug Co Phone No, 7, H-6-t ARKANSAS MAN HAS j REAL WAR EXPERIENCE WAS ONE OF FIVE MARINES WHO ESCAPED IN BATTLE OF JULY 10. * Transport DeK.alb Art ves in New York With Four HutuJ-ed Wounded. Marty of Whom Hod to Be Tied in Their Bunks on Account of Rouoh Passage. •V'W Yeti., net | Ihifrvted bv migh tf.i . which Parried away a det’LIu ti-te itiitl wti»ili led tour inch *run fiom ,.s looming, the American Iran part iieKalh arrived here tndnv from France wit: approximately 1.1,In soldiers, sailors and marine:*, nearly of whom itad been wounded in aetioh. i,'*'he tva.- preet tied into non ’>> (In' mail iinat Oregonian carrying a soli tury doughboy, Sergeant Leland .a Kaufman ot the Heconti division heari quarters troop, who brought It uno the favorite chargor of h.g t unnrandcr. Major Bern ral Omar 11 u nd\ Both voxels \ve,e given th*• warm ■ •si greetings, Being me! at Wuaran tino by tli-- mayor's official committee, of welcome and escort,-d to the do. k amid f. “o tooting of harbor whistle s Xew York, however, is preparing an even noiser celebration next Sun (luy when ill' Leviathan, tile, giant i runs port, formeriv the VaterUtnd, will bring home j.of. i sailors who have seen active duty on American craft ill foreign waters. This will iie the largest nmnoer of veterans to a rive here in one contingent It took the DeKalb eleven days to make the trip, and, according to her commander. Captain K. H. Dodd, I'. ;s, X., it w ‘s the roughest crossing he had ever made. For four d tvs and a alf, lie. said, the navigator hardly kn.-w wiiat course lie wa running, for miring ibat period tie s n, moon and stars wire obscured. Six members of ili«» crew, dung from their feet, were injured. Al’.iioae.ii the wounded at times had to lie tied in their hunks, they made the voyage without mishap. With Hie DeKalb came more tales of Atimrican valor. Perhaps lilt! story with most action was that told 1\ Drlv.te John li Marks of the 8C>tl» company of matin's, Sixth division, who hails ireni Thornton, Ark. (Describing the fierce fighting r Soissons, Maiks said that when, on duly in, iiI,, Sixth division was or dered to reinforce tin Fifth, hi. Corn panv had to oios, a wheat field m broad daylight, i.atumerei! by Herman ar'illery and faced with innumerable machine gun nest. . ‘’Down went onr men, one after an other.'' lie said ' We had started at daybreak, but it was dusk when we reached a tiresm at which we wore to stop. The Bermans had a line on that place, but under cover of dark ness we dug ourselves in, firing only when wv saw spurts ot Herman iirc.'* Marks said the worst tiling began when only five ot his comrades were h ft and that "it was useless for us to keep on fighting against s-jc't odds, unless we could secure a machine gun." He said that two of them, there fore. had crawled into Xo Man's taint i.ixl i ame back with three guns which had i etat cast a ide by the Berntans. \H!nrfi sliclitk passed, lie rallied when the German- attacked again, and crawled about, handing to i-s comrades rifles and ammunition tuk i n from dead ami wounded Ameri can; Then, he said, "wnen day creak came, and wo could hardly stand an other ten minutes of it, a detachment of French troops came to vir rescue." Ttuy your Christmas candy -at Lent il's Drug Store, ltMi-tf. NOTED SONG WRITER DEAD. New York, Dec. Id -Monroe Rosen - Held, who wrote "I’m the Man Mho Uroke tne Hank at Monte Carlo" ami other songs which were playi-d and 1 whistled all over the country a score or more years ago. died today at his home lii-re He was born in Rich mond. Virginia. :,f years ago. BANDITS SECURE $10000 FROM BROOKLYN BANK. New York. Dec. Hi.—One mail was shot and killed and two others wore wounded ihy two -automobile bandits, who held up the Fast llroklyn Savings hank today and looted it of $10,000 The robbers escaped on foot, lugging balgs of money through a busy street. MONEY IN EGGS. F.ggs are not money out the money from their sale is. This money is yours for the effort How do you treat the hen that lays the Holden Eggs R A, Thomas’ Poultry Remedy will keep the poultry in good condition and In crease the yield in eggs We guar antee this and refund your money if not satisfied 'bv "For Sale by All Good Dealers.” of write the 01 i Kentucky Manufactur ing Company. Inc.. Paducah. Kj 18.00 All com deal and analytical work at » re,00 mbit* price. Waasermaun Labor at* D: 716V4 Central At anna t>r. Wal McLain, director ft / f i ROOFING Roof* Repaired—Roof* Painted PHONE 925 ‘‘HOFFMAN” ••THE ROOF MAN” Tf ' " - riione t.2 1 dr b. t. bourdier Chiropodist and Foot Specialist Office . Hours Keuipner’s Shoe 0 to 12--'! to .> Store. A NEW UlSCOVtKY tUK \ THE TREATMENT OF Diabetes and L, Brights’ Disease A treatment which has oeen L demonstrated and proven to the Medical profession. SHKnr removed Trom the urine in a few day*. Dietary Sanitarium 1100 Malvern Av* l k. v 1 LitvJe Things Never Counted As, Much As They Will This Christmas IT ISN’T WHAT kpU GIVE, it is the spirit behind the gift that ; 1 makes it acceptable to your relatives or friends We do not urge extravagant buying, but we do urge careful selection, and suggest Dhat a more appropriate choice and greater variety of lines can be secern if you shop early. It is our desire to be of real assistance to you, ihpd you may come to <ir store withxnb*' ** k feeling that we will assist y/ou in making poetical and fitting selections. 1 ^ / The PRESTON . j a business suit ior Christmas | ppres icrat, i \rtoo i ri’trot <■n-.Hr t._ _ _— NOTE The thought about little gifts given in thin advertisement i> no which you can use and will probably mee. with your a iprovul There is no denying the fact that the general bmyi.ig public feels ihis Christmas tliat it hnulri itn\ carefully and possibly < x|I lo t!i:in in fornu year.-- With ihis thought in mind we have ar ..im-ei| ihe above advertisement. FURTHER LIGHT ON GERMAN AGENTS (CONTINUED FROM PAGE ONE.) to make public the lia.m , of the per mits who signed ill* hen! in-■•‘•ttm't'.on 51v the ar:u> Intel licence bureau, Ca.pb.iiii l.e.-dor suin, disclosed that William Kuiidolpli II arst, owned ihe lXit-t.,che Journal, a <!>rnun Un truge n wspai't’i in New York, which was discontinued witeu Ihe United States < ntered the war This newspaper had a private war connection with Albert's office in New York, Captain Fester »aid, and Albert (t. Sander, charged wit', ua\ • ins Kent German allies to England, al so was < onnec-ted with tl.e paper. In .September, 1910, Cepia'u 1 isl< r said, d>ar»t uuderuH/n tin publtea* Hon and distribution of a nook writ ten 11 Captain Koenig, commander of the merchant submarine Deutschland, the '!'rocneils to ho iri'en to the wid ows and orphans of Gen sum sc etna - I line crews, but while th« manuscript f was enroute. to the t'nited States, it i '.\as called b> the New York World correspondent and published serially. For that rtason Mr. Ilearnt abandoned the project, the witness said. Captain l-eator said Captain Dick inson made a siatetnent to Viereck that he has! been at Shod aw I-.i-.vu. President Wilson’s summer home in lliltl and that he liad a tonver. ation there with the president nlMtUing foreign affair Captain I-ester said he lie lie veil this statement was a tibriratlou. After the I nited States < ir "ed the war, the witness sail. Vietcck organ i/i 1 the Agricultural relict b, treat. < stdisibij for the purpose 0( placing alien enemies on farms, but in reality to get workuueti away from induwtirha in making munitions. After the l nited States entered the j war Viereck wrote a lo»; letter to' (President Wilson, Captain Lester said in 'which he told the president tv> was a'loyal American, butyit was only a short time after thut/' t he catne to Washington and enga' Dickinson to act as hi* svuruv age’ lo o lain •v information t'rojn the United States government. .Senator Smith, of Georgia, whose name was mentioned in a report of the American embai.j conference, referred to last week by A. Brace 1 eld> i as being a "supporter of that organization, testified today that ho knew nothing of the organization. lie n ailed that he voted >o table the etn . irgo amendment when it was before the. sen :te. -o Buy your Christmas Candy at Botf ly's I frog Store. 12-14-tf WANTED—ROUTE BOYS AT TH SENTINEL RECORD. APPLY A' ONCE. Plano*, Victor and Edison Talking Machines, Typewriter^ and Sowing Machine*, at the right price* and -a taay term*. Competent men In charge of eur r*. pair department. Phone ua your pn der today. D.C. RICHARDS Plant C». MS CENTRAL AVE. ‘PHONE 10« # ^ ^ \ *.