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KENTUCKY, THURSDAY, No. 75 MS " M4 '4 1T0IUAL COMMENTS, ftfr J: 1 5 NINE NEW BUILDINGS it r rT BEE LINE BOOSTERS IN EVANSVILLE Y Fifteen Counties In Four- - States Are Wildly Enthusiastic In The Dixie Highway Movement. FROM d LEMBERG FALLS INDIANA TO GERMANS Unconfirmed Report ;Says Rus- LEADERS Thomas Taggart and Mayor Indianapolis Among Those Indicted. The Prince of Wales was 21 years Are Being Erected In The Rural old yesterday. He celebrated his birthday on the battle line. School' Districts of The of sians Have Lost Galicia Capital. Denials are made that Carranza and Obregon have split and that Villa and Angeles are at outs. Wm. Rand, for many years head Company, died of the Monday at New Canaan, Conn., after a long illness. Rand-McNally County. PROF. FOSTER A LIVE WIRE LIVELY BUNCH HOPKINSVILLE AND POINTS SOUTH. spe-cial DESPERATE BATTLEAT ARRAS PROCLAIM THEIR INNOCENCE, Is Giving Personal To Improvements Supervision The Hopkinsville-Springfiel- That "are Gen. Christian De Wet has been found guilty of treason in leading the South African rebellion against binder Way. train leaving here at morning will take more than 200 enthusiastic Bee Line delegates to besides probably 100 more gathered up north of hre. 6:20 this the British Government. The Supreme Court on its own motion reopened the Harvester case Monday, for a new argument in October. It was a complete surprise to attorneys for both sides. Thomas R. Cromwell, of the Cincinnati Enquier, predicts that Stanley will carry every district in the State. He will carry the home county of each of his opponents. Affer much controversy, the battleship Arizona was christened with both water and wine. Kentucky is not the only state that has governor equal to any emergency. the supreme court adjournedMon- ,day for the summer without deciding the International Harvester, Oregon minimum wage and other im portant cases pending. It will not meet again until October. At a meeting of the Maysville Li- quor Dealers' Association, it was de-- " cided to carry the case of the recent decision of the court of appeals upholding the county unit law and deciding against them to the federal supreme court. Acting Secretary! of State, Robert iansing, who is said to be slated for the place made vacant by Mr.Bryan, is an.authority on international law, a painter, a poet, an editor, an a. golfer and a fisherman. He V is a New york man and one report is i'hat he is a reformed Republican. ''VA 56,000 judgment won by Mrs. Adelia P. Dunaher, of Little Rock, Ark., from the Sou'hern Telephone Co. for cutting off her service sixty-thre- e days when she was in arrears in her bill, was set aside by the su preme court. The court held it is a reasonable regulation for a telephone company to cut off service for ar- rearage. The Louisville Post, a supporter of McDermott.thus clears Stanley of t e charge that Louisville liquor men are backing him: "It is known that months ago Mr. Frank Fehr " and others stated that they could do nothing else than support a Louisville candidate, and that under no A circumstances would they be a party Tuberculosis Causes Death of to a Stanley organization in Louis- Mr. Jones, After Long - 'ville." Hopkinsville will have 75, PemFollowing up the order of the County School Board, the work has broke 35, Trenton 40, Guthrie 40, already been commenced on some of Springfield, 30 and Crof ton 15. The the nine school houses that will be cars will have banners on both sides built or repaired during the summer and the delegates will wear badges months. The old school houses were showing the Bee Lino and will havea to sing enrouet. Therb small and incommodious and the new battle-hymschools will offer the coun- will be something doing all the way. ty pupils a much better chance to get The special will return tonight. Clarksville and Russellville are good educations. to whom much also expected to send big delegations. Prof. L. E. Foster, Following are the local delegates: credit is due for getting the buildGeo. E. Gary, T. J. Baugh, E. C. ing of the houses ordered, is taking Radford, A. D. Noe, J. B. Girard, personal supervision of the work. Prof. Foster drew the plans for all II. A. Keach, H. M. Frankel, C. M. Meacham, M. L. Elb, Walter Knight, of the school houses himself. The smaller buildings will be of Geo. D. Dalton, J. D. McGowan, B. frame nnd will have only one class D. Hill, Lucian Davis, Frank K. room. There will be no cloak rooms. Yost. Prof. L. E. Foster, E. L. Other houses will be of the same Weathers, Douglas Hancock, Hugh plan but larger than the first. The West, J. M. Neblett, W. A. Radford, approximate cjst of these school J. E. Cooper, W. T. Cooper, A. D. houses will be about $950 each. The Noe, Jr., Lucian J. Harris, W. R. schools of this kind will be the High Wicks, C. R. Clark, M. E. Boyd, J. way School, near Tyson; the Walnut T. Walker, Ernest Coleman, Louis Grove school on the Canton pike; the Tanner, M. N. Smotherman. Tom Gee school, near Lafayette; and the Cannon, Ira L. Smith, Roy Kenner, schools at Beverly, West Fork and Jake Freedman, Mr. Berger, W. R. Wheeler, John W. Twyman, S. L. Dogwood and Combs schools. At Edwards' Mill the school house Cowherd, Roy Carey, R. E. Cooper, will be repaired and remodeled and H. H. Mallory, Chas. Morris, W. T. h. another room added. A high school Fowler, W. S. Harned, Irving M. C. Forbes, D. W. Kitchdepartment will be added to the school. The cost of this will be part- en, Dr. J. E. Bell, L. L. Leavell. D. ly paid by the county and partly by D. Cayce, Nat Gaither, Dr. J. W. the patrons of the school, who re- Stephens, Dr. H. P. Sights, J. T. cently raised several hundred dollars Wall, E. H. Higgins, J. C. Johnson, Jno. H. Bell, Frank Waller, Walker for this purpose. At Howell a much larger building Wood. W. L. Mitchell, Nick Stadel will be ertcted, to be used for both a man, J. K. Hooser, Geo. Kolb, E. II high school and grammar school. hester. G. E. Dalton, C. L Morgan, The total cost of building this build Lowe Johnson, Paul Winn, J. II ing has been estimated at $2,000, Dillman, W. D. Torian, W. A. Cor About half of this amount was rais nette, Odie Davis, E. B. Bassett, ed by the people of that district by Jas. Orton, W. J. Murphy, J. T. subscriptions.' The building will be Stephens, S. A. Pate, P. A. Steele, modern in every way and in addition M. L. Stockley, Dick Cannon. to class rooms will have a room where ADVANCE GUARD. meetings of importance may be held. The following delegates left yesThe school will be open to all in that terday to be on the ground early. division. Mayor F. Yost, It is purposed to have the school Walter Knight,R. Wheeler,K.M. L. completed by L. E. Foster, W. houses north of town July 1st, and the others by an early Elb and L. J. Harris. They were joined by a3 many date in August. All of them will be more delegates from the towns to finished up by the time for the school the South. term to open in the fall. Rose-boroug- Indianapolis, Ihd., June 23. Nat London, June 23. French gain3 in the west and the battle for Lemberg half of the 128 men indicted by th stand out as the distinctive strug- Marion couhty grand jury yesterday gles at the present stage of the Eu- on charges of conspiracy to commit ropean war. Many unconfirmed re- felonies, such as are defined by tfaa- counties. ports have reached London that Lem- election laws of the state and )far In Indiana Vermillion, Clinton berg has already fallen to the Aus- - laws against bribery and blackmail,. Vigo, Sullivan, Knox, Gibson and and Petrograd dispatch- had surrendered to Sheriff Gor?eVanderburg counties. es indicate that the evacuation of the V. Coffin and given bond tonights Web- Galician capital may be looked for at Thomas Taggart, democratic nation In Kontuck- y- Henderson, ster. Hopkins, Christian and Todd any time. al committeeman for Indiana; Joseph counties. In the Vosge? the Germans have E. Bell, mayor of Indianapolis; SamIn Tennessee Robertson and retired to the east bank of the Fecht, uel V. Perrott, chief of police, and Montgomery counties. according to their own admission, Robert W. Metzger, republican Mayor Benjamin Bosse of this but, they assert that all French at member of the board of public safecity will call the convention to order, tacks have been repulsed. ty, however, were among the first toacknowledge service in the case and and the first thing will be to form a The fighting around Arras contin permanent organization. give surety. ues desperate and sanguinary, the When Mayor Bosse, chairman of The bonds of those who surren . Germans to offset the Bee Line committee, takes his dered today ranged from $2,500 to- recent French gains. A wireless place on the platform to rap for or the $10,000. It was estimated that if dispatch from Berlin says: 128 were to give bond the Cotal' der, it is' expected that more than "Neutral reports declare that the 300 delegates will have assembled would run to more than $300,000. battle raging near Arras may decide for the meeting. No date for the arraignment hasof Northern France. The The following delegates from Van the fate been announced, and Judge James? strong, but the Germans derburg county have been appointed French are A. Collins of the criminal court said are continuously receiving reinforce by Mayor Bosse. late today that the date would not ments. The losses on both sides are be set until next week. John J. Nolan, postmaster; Henry fearful." Mr. Taggart and Mayor Bell to Helfrich, John Wimberg and Henry The house of commons has adopt W. Hartig, county commissioners; ed a measure designed to check sup- night proclaimed their innocence and James u. banders, city engineer; plies reaching Germany through neu' asserted they had committed for which they should be inChas. P. Beard, county auditor; El tral states. The bill, when it be E. Kappler and Willis Copeland, comes a statute, may have a marked dicted. mer The indictment, which is in' 4&' automobile dealers; Chas. Howard, effect on American exports. counts and covers 228 typewritten cashier of the West Side bank; Louis The feature of the new war loan James to be issued by Great Britain, ena pages, charges that the conspiracy Reichert, William Eichel, began prior to the primary ,of 3ta Nugent, highway contractors; Henry bling the general public to invest as 5,1914, and extended throujr-thC. Murphy of The Courier: Fred W low as five shillings, bids fair to prove of the Demokrat; Joh immensely popular, several firms an election of November 3, 19:4.' It Lavenstein charges illegal voting, intimidation, McNeely of The Journal-New- s nouncing that they will purchase Robert Gore of The Press; F. R these vouchers for all their workmen false registration, padding the talh- sheets, stuffing the ballot boxe, ilWilson. M. B. Fellwock. Emil Weil as n nest egg toward savings. legal manipulation of voting ma Evansville Business association; Wil chines, blackmailing of saIoonkep-er- s Ham A. Koch. John H. Rohsenber nnd resort owners, bribery and cer. Aaron Weil. Evansville Manu vote buying. James association; facturers' Conviction of the charge of con Duncan, Max DeJong. H. T.Cooper, spiring to commit a felony or felonRetail Merchants; George L. Miller ies carries with it a fine of not le&e George Hornby, Louis E. Fricke, than $25 nor more than $5,000 ami North Side association; C. F. Wern imprisonment of not less than two er, u. b. Seller, a . w. Kingsoury, years or more than fourteen vears.. The grand jury, under the guid West Side Business association. ance of Prosecutor Alva II. J. Ruck- KvminrlUr er has been investicratinir fWtm. State Olympaid of Maryland A.h conditions since early last January,, being held in Baltimore. Ieteis and a total of 1,937 witnesses - EVANSVILLE DELEGATES. Evansvillo. Ind., June 23. Announcement was made today that fifteen countifs in four states will send delegates on Thursday next for highway conventhe Dixie bee-lin- e tion, when a committee will be appointed to select the route of the highway. The counties to be repre-rente- d are as follows: In Illinois -- Edgar and Vermillion Fate of France Hangs on gagement, Is Report ing From Berlin. Com- En- Bribery and Blackmail Are-Amon- g Counts in Grand Jury Indictments. - counter-attackin- g all-th- e - e Dixie ft K Line ? FRUIT HILL DIXIE BEE LINE HIGHWAY. (SUNG TO THE TUNE OF TIPPERARY.) We understand you're looking for a Bee Line to the South Now we boys can point it out by map or word of mouth, The very route you're needing, and here's the reason why It goes through Old Kentucky as straight as Bee can fly. CHORUS- :Tis a short way through Christian County Through Hopkinsville, Oh! Tis a shortest way to the Dixie Land The shortest way you know. Goodbye old Russellville, Goodbye Greenville too For that's a long, rough way to be a travelin' We will leave it to you. 1. MutlUoiivill CITIZEN BY BEE LINE ROUTE. St. Louis Man is Making Over- land Trip. Human crowth reaches its physical and its mental maximum at 18 to D. W. Jones, of near Fruit Hill, 19 Dr. A. Lawrence vears. died Tuesday, after an illness of Lowell, president of Harvard, told j about a year of tuberculosis. He was the seniors of that university in nis 40 years old. The deceased is surof course They Laccalaureate. vived by his wife and five children. agreed with him. In fact the averThe interment took place in the age graduate knows bo much by the cemetery yesterday, services Ume he is 21 that it is necessary to being held at the grave. fSrget a B& dea' to avoI( exP' B'ions of the head. BUNCH OF THEM. The constitution and statutes not only guarantee the right to vote.but Three State Candidates Visited require the vote to be counted, the supreme court held Monday in reThe City Yesterday. versing the federal district court of western Oklahoma, which annulled Hon. Barksdale Hamlett, of Frankindictments of two Blaine county, fort, candidate for Secretary of Oklahoma, election officials charged State; Hon. Rodman Keenon.-owith conspiricy to omit from con-- , candidate for clerk of the gressional returns in 1912 the vote Court of Appeals and Hon. Claude in eleven precincts. Justice Lamar B. Terrell, candidate for State Treas dissented, saying that the "conspir urer, were in town yesterday shak acy statutes" of the United btates' ing hands with their friends and look-n- g could not be used to punish state after their political interests election officials since the repeal of here. the "force law," The case is said to have promised a possible way of dist Large tracts of land about franchising objectionable persons by are to be devoted to strawbercommunities from voting, andto be ry culture, for that reason-- . '" Eb-enez- er f liar-rodsbur- g, Illness. H ft o Pembroke O I!uiiMithUle 2. If you want to find a route for aeroplanes to go Then Muhlenberg and Logan might have a little show. , Till that mode of travel is adopted hereabout Russellville and Greenville can't afford to venture out. S:- E. G. Hill and wife, of St. Lorns. passed through the city Tuesday i an automobile, enroute fromTampa,. Fla. They are making a leisurely trip and are traveling by the Bee Line route, coming by Nashville Springfield and on to this city. TJjey left the same day for Evansville. O Trent uu From Clarksville. chairman to make arrangements for-thtransportations of a large numw ber of delegates to the Dixie Highway convention which Q meet at Evansville. A special will traiH has been secured, and at 4:30 o'clock. Thursday morning more than 100 ol' Clarksville business men and representative citizens will boar the "Dixie Bee Line Special" for M Evansville. The special will be cenj posed of three coaches, and oa tho" sides of them will bo conspicuocIy displayed banners bearing Every member of will be provided with a badge, on which will bo printed in big black typo the wcrd. FIVER "Clarksyillle." At Henderson, Ky. the Clarksville party will be met by a "crackerjack" band which has. KY. been secured in Evansville. Bee-Line CHORU- Dr. L. H Marable, N. Carney and Dr. T. IL-mayor were named by the Tis a short way through Christian County Through Hopkinsville, Oh! Tis a shortest way to Dixie Land The shortest way you know. Goodbye old Russellville, Goodbye Greenville too For that's a long, rough way to be a travelin' We will leave it to you. 3. e Gullirte live-wir- e We've a little prophecee we wish to prophesy Which if the prophet's heeded that you may profit by. The Beeline will absorb the Dixie Highway's Western loop, Come join the song we're singing and sing it with a whoop. 0 SprliiftCUM Gulf-por- REVISED CHORUS: Tis a short way through Christian County, Tis the best way to go. By which to go, by which to swear The finest way you know. Climb on Russellville, Climb on Greenville too The fairest land, the Bweetest maidens sultaUe-inscriptiontire-part- y n Nashville white-ribbo- 01L0W THE DIE far-reachi- Are waiting for you. HOPKINSVILLE, Hopkinsville Kentuckian. Published Lvery Other Day. Tuesday, V"hiay and Saturday Mohos, BY CHAS. M. MEACHAM RWgj CHEER UP Feeling That Tired Grouchy Means a Lazy Liver. will clear you out, and make you feel fine nnd dandy ngain. It is just as effective as calo mel, but has none of Its well known disagreeable nftcr effects. eliminates poisons, cleanses the system, and relieves constipation in n thorough butplens ant manner. A little taken regular ly, means consistent health and no doctor bills. Liv-Ver-L- CASTORIA For Infants and Children. FIGURE COST OF BAD ROADS Hauling Produce More Expensive Here Than In European Countrle Total HautaQe Expense. "American farmers havo begun to figure tho matter of roads a llttlo dlf ferently than in former years," says President Claudo 9. Drlggs of tho company of Detroit. s movement was "When tho in Its Infancy they used to ask thorn- boIvcs 'How much will good roads cost mo?' Thanks to tho intelligent propaganda of tho dally and farm pa pcrs as well as other agencies farm' crs aro now asking themselves 'How much aro bad roads costing mo?' "According to government experts tho cost of hauling a ton of farm prod' ucc a mile varies from seventeen cents in localities whero fairly hard gravel roads exist to thirty-fivcents a ton In parts of tho country whero tho roads aro in poor condition. On tho other hand, In thoso European countries where hard roads prevail tho cost is as low as nine cents a ton a mile. - Tho department of agricul ture has estimated that tho total haulBrlggs-Detroltgood-roade - Entered at the Hopkinsville Post office as Second Class Mail Matter. WHITE HOLLAND IS FAVORED SUBSCRIPTION RATES: $2.00 Dreed ONE YEAR of Turkeys That Do Not Wan. 1.00 SIX MONTHS der Away From Home Hern Nest 50 MONTHS THREE In Any Convenient Place. 5c SINGLE COPIES Advertising Rotoo on Applications Until recently tho Mammoth Bronze 212 SOUTH MAIN STREET turkey wns in a class by Itself, and was knotfn as tho king of domestic birds, but by scientific breeding tho Whlto Holland variety has become a close rival of tho old favorite and THURSDAY. JUNE 24 promises to gain in popularity over tho Dronzo within a very few years, says an Illinois writer in Farmer's fi; ;i r The Kind You Havo Always Bought ALCOHOL 3 PER CENT. srailaiirilicFbofJaraIRrtii-tlnrjUie Stomachs aMBowfeof Bears the Signature VivV. The Frank Case. commuted Review. On the day before the date set for lis execution, Gov. John M. Slaton, )f Georgia, to life im- prisonment the death sentence of facto-jLeo M. Frank, the young Jew convictboss in Atlanta, who was ed of the murder of Mary Phagan, girl. The Governor's maintaining secrecy of jenson for y Advertisement. sion of the city, paraded the streets, defied the police and even assembled Sack Your Hams. in a threatening manner about the New supply of sacks just received residence of the Govenor. At one at this tfficp, nlace the Governor was burned in eflitrv. The fact that Frank was For Rent. convicted in an atmosphere of deep-seate- d A flat over Wheeler's gro prejudice of this kind, is the cery opposite Hotel Latham. strongest evidence that the Governor T. L. METCALFE. acted wisely in sparing his life. The public at large, outside of Georgia, e Extractors. is not at all convinced that Frank is guilty. The principal witness against tractors for removing chicken gapes. him was Conley, the negro janitor, 10 cents each. who was himself given a light sentence as an accessory. A note received by thegirl.it was proven, was Ham Sacks. written by Conley. His explanation New shipment of ham sacks just was that it was dictated by Frank. received at this office. Call and get expresThe note, however, contained your supply. sions contained in other letters of Conley. Tne case was worked up by For Sale two sets of detec ives. One fixed Conley. The other inthe crime on Four H. P. Gasoline tank cooled sisted that Frank was guilty and International engine, in good condi The used the negro as a tion, at a very low price. May be mob spiric has- - all along prevailed seen at PLANTERS HDW. CO. Inco IX) rated. and juries and perhaps courts were Advertisement. influenced by it. Gov. Slaton acted Pair of White Holland Turkeys. the part of a man with the courage He had every- and they make a practice of coming C. Radford, of his convic ions. J. C. thing to lose and nothing to gain by back within a short time. White Holland bear confinement Any one wanting to buy or sell a saving the poor Jew's life. It well, and are thereloro the Ideal tur- farm, house and lot or real estate of nerve to do what he did. key for the breeder with limited Frank was secretly removed from spare. The purebred specimen is a any kind, call on Radford & Johnson. jail and was enroute to the state remarkably beautiful bird, belnj; as Office over Anderson & Fowler's. prison at Milledgeville when theGov-ernoi'- s large as the Bronze, and of snow-whit- e Advertisement plumage. statement was given out. ing those of wing The feathers, exceptand tail, are as soft And it was well that he used such 38 cotton and vory abundant. BreedIce Cream Price List. wise precautions. A mob at once ers who cull their flocks, dry pick tho Gallon $1.00. jail and birds which aro sold dressed, and uso formed and searched the 50. Half gallon.. . held an indignation meeting in the the feathers Instead of those of geese 25. Quart The Gov and ducks. hall of renresentatives P. J. BRESLIN, ernor went fully into details of why RHODE ISLAND WHITE BREED No. 8, Sixth street. he commuted the sentence, his 15, d statement not being com They Are Equal of Any as Table Fowl, pleted until almost noon. He sa!d Being of Size Which Suits the Average Housewife. his decision "may mean that I must TO MAMMOTH CAVE obscurity the rest of my days, live in (By M. B. BEMIS, Phoenix, Ariz.) but I would rather be plowing in a Tho advice to go slow on new field than to feel for the rest of my breeds is unquestionably good. To JUNE 29, 1915. life that I had that man's bloood on try each new breed that is heralded my hands." At the prison Frank is to invite disaster. There is an old adage which applies as well to poultry who had been very nervous enroute, as to styles in hats, "Be not the first Round trip railroad fare $3.40 changed his demeanor, assuming the to try the new nor yet the last to lay Board at Cave Hotel including the outward calm that had marked his tho old aside." In the matter of several routes in the Cave for $5.50. two years fight for life. He again choosing a new breed of poultry, one should have some good reason, and it Making total cost for two days' trip protested his innocence, expressed perchanco your inclination causes cratitude to Gov. Slaton and said you to fancy one of the new or newer $8 90, going on regular morning that he had intuitively believed he breeds, there should be no reason for trains. Limit on tickets 10 days. would at least get a commutaion discarding this variety just because Write cr phone L. & N. Agent. All varieties were of sentence. He wns given number It is new. Kansas will be divided into thirty donned a suit denoting the new once. "905," Of the new breeds which are likely health districts under state supervilowest grade prisoners and began to make good, the Rhode island White sion. the routine of prison hie. has many qualities which should at looking for tract the breeder who Is a fowl which will lay and pay. Tho Monday lost its Rhode Island White has been bred The government supreme court suit to have declared now for more than ten years. The forfeited to it the unsold portion of bird is the same sizo and type as the the Oregon & California railroad Rhode Island Red, tho only difference being tho color, which is, of course land igents, amounting to somo of pure white. The breed originated 2,00,OQO acroa valued at more than from a cross of the Cochin with a Wy $80,000,000 The rallrotd was en- andotte, this cross mated to a Cochin, joined, however, for future saUs in and the resulting birds mated with a violation of the cooditioci of the Rose Comb'Whito Leghorn. It seema pretty nearly all the good qualigrant until congress hai had six that of eaeh have beea combined in ties months time to act, WE CAN PLEASE YOU this breed. As a table fowl they are the equal of any atxl, hting of a size TIm supreme court Monday recon- which seems to suit the average BRING THEM TO sidered iti denial of a review of the housewife, thy Cll ua-Ji- bird Utter thae would. a laifcer or a smaller conviction of F. Drew Csinlnettl. of California, on euargu of violating Ration for fcittinq Hens. the white elftve law. The court toWhole corn Is tin-- beet ration for day granted a review, and also fitting hens. Civ them all tbey will granted a review of the conviction of eat or it once a day. Don't feed the tho sitters Maury I. Diggs, convicted with They with the rest of grass, flock. also should have soma 9th and Main StsJ Camlnetti. clean, tresh water to drink, some grit and charcoal. r- his proposed clemency became apparent as soon as his official act became known. A mob at once took posses- Thero was a timo when I read which described tho Whlto Holland turkey as "tho kind that stays at home." I could scarce ly believe that it was in accordance with a turkey's nature, whatever breed they chanced to bo, to "stay at home.' Personal experience) has proved that tho White Holland will not wander as do tho Bronzo and Bourbon Red, tho only other varieties of the turkey family with which I am ac quainted. In tho laying season Whlto Holland hens are content to nest in any build-inabout the place, in straw sheds or nearby shocks of corn and do not recent being disturbed. When the poults are very young It is not necessary to keep tho turkey' hen penned up more than a week, for she will go only a few yards from tho coop, as she seems to realize the helplessness of her flock. Later, as tho turkeys grow larger and stronger, the mother' hens pick their way slowly through an adjoining meadow or field for a few hours each day, always coming homo early in tho afternoon. At no time during the summer or fall do they go any distance from home, g Guarantee. Every bottle bearing the likeness of L. K. Grigsby, is guaranteed to give satisfaction or your money will be returned. For sale here in 50c and $1 size bottles at L. L. Elgin's and Anderson-Fowle- r Drug Co., Incorporated. HdTertlsement. Promotes DigcslioniCkf and lkst.Cont,i!iu nplttw s of Opiuiuforphlnc norrltBcraL HOTJfARCOTIC. AttouiksmximsR fUnpla nflfTf .yswit Cm JMtitSJti- IhmSrrd- -. In Preferred Locals J. H. Dagg for contracting building and generaljrepair work of See Use - Aperfect Remedy for ConsHpa- all kinds. Phone 476.' lion oour aiomaui.uiamua Worms ,ConvuIsions.tctrislr Alverti enent. ncss andLoss of Sleep. For Over Facsimile Signatured" morning Have you seen The Courier? Evansville's best paper. EFoo'd 1 NEW YORK. l WTwriiiTri- - J - Thirty Years - GASTQRIA THt Exact Copy of Wrapper. oKTon eopT. NrwvoaKcrrr. OUR Great MoneySaving Climbing the Continental Divide. age expense to American farmers for a year is approximately $500,000,000. And every dollar of this sum comes from the farmer's pocket, for he Is the one great producer who cannot add tho haulage expense to his wares, for the prices he gets are on a delivered basis. "I believe that if every farmer would take pencil and paper and figure tho amount in tons of tho produce and stock ho markets In a year, multiply it by the number of miles he must haul it to market, multiply the total by 25, which is about tho average hauling cost a ton a mile, and then consider that ho could save nearly half of this amount every year it ho had concreto or other hard roads all tho way to his market, he s would becorao an earnest worker. "And this actual dollars and cents saving doesn't take Into consideration tho many advantages of good roads In bringing neighbors closer together, in making it easier and pleasanter to get to church, school, entertainments, etc. "With wider interest in better roads must como a more efficient system of road building and maintenance. This is work for experienced and competent highway engineers,' just as much as building a railroad is the work specialists. It is no of highly-traineplaything for politicians." good-roadd Combination Bargain All Standard Publications of the Highest Merit Which Will Be Appreciated By Every Member of Your Family. This Big Offer Consist of The Hopkinsville Kentuckian Cincinnati Weekly Enquirer Boys Magazine, monthly . . 1 1 1 1 1 I Farm and Fireside, To-day- semi-month- ly 's Magazine, monthly Year Year Year Year Year Household Journal & Floral Life, Monthly OUR SPECIAL BARGAIN PRICE FOR ALL SIX ONE YEAR ONLY $265 000-wor- SLOW IN TAKING ADVANTAGE Certain Loss Due to Bad Roads Made Apparent When Sledding Is Good During Winter. Tho heavy snows and excellent sledding servo to emphasize what might bo accomplished if good roads prevailed all over tho country. Farmers can take their bobs and put on twico as heavy loads as la possible at other times. It is not argued, of course, that with roads as smooth as a dance hall floor tho teams could pull on wheeled vehicles tho loads they do now on bobs. But thero is a certain loss due to bad roads that is mado all tho more apparent by the ease with which transportation Is mado when the sledding is good, says South Dend Tribune. And to think that for all these years nature has been showing us tho advantago of good roads and wo have been so slow to take tho hint! It should mako us ashamed of our blindness and stupidity. Solve Social Ills. Never before has such a remarkable group of leading publ cations been offered in combination with the Hopkinsville Kentuckian. Each.one is a leader in its chosen field and goes into the homes of millions of satisfied people. Why not make home life really attractive by providing good literature that can be enjoyed by all the family? We have especial ly prepared this combination to meet these requirements, and all at a price within reach of every one desiring the very be3t. This offer is open to all. both old and new subscribers. If you are at present a subscriber to any of the above send us your order and your subscription will be extended from the date It expires. Please remember our agreement with these publishers is limited and we reserve tho right to withdraw this offer without further notice. Therefore, OUR MOTTO IS, take advantage now while the opportunity is afforded you. We can conscientiously recommend this offer to all our readers and feel satisfied you will be more than delighted with the investment. It is impossible to send sample copies, but we adviae, how ever, that they may be seen on display ot our office. . SAVE YOUR Call or mail all orders to HOPKINSVILLE KENTUCK- IAN, Hopkinsville, Kentucky. Razor Blades Single Edge25cQDozen " Double " 35c Elbert Hubbard says that "Good roads aro the most needed thing in tho world. Good roads and quick, safo jtnd cheap transportation are going to solve most of our social Ilia." Many Benefits Derived. Good roads will decrease Ignorance, FURNITURE H, L. HARTOW, UNDERTAKING Undertaker and Embalmer , 1 povarty, discouragement, immorality, profanity, back taxes, sheriffs salee and grouches. Qardsnlng Tim Coming. Gardening time will bo hove be fore you ure ready for it, if vou are not careful, regardlcca of tho ecu winds today! rings Market Nearer. Tho good road brings the market .BS&I 12 you, STOVES, MATTINGS, RUGS AND DRUGGETS. COOK'S DRUG STORE W. A. P'POOIr SON a NO. 10 SOUTH "MAIN STREET. PHONE 061. NIGHT PHONE 1134. .MiB' PAGE $ , Breathitt, Allenswortb & Breathitt Attorneys-at-Law, SIRUP MADE FROM APPLES to Windfall! Can Now Be Turned Profitable Account by New Process. A new process 1ms OfHce: Bohn Building, Up Stair been developed Front Court House. for making table sirup from cider. Thin should bo good news for fanners who allow thousands of bushels of np;iTcs to go to waste under tha Attorney-at-La- w trri s on account of lack of market I Ira Maik I r for f.'o kind of apples that usually J. rn rivor ill lib vr ktuuai uii w are thus neclcctcd. Orchards must W. D. Kcllv's Jewelry Store V v. rII cared for in order to produce Phono 331. Hopklnsvlllo, Ky. npplc3 which have the requisite color, 'lavnr and keeping qualities to make f!.em n premium in the market. Slaking windfall apples into table irup opens a field which may prove as profitable as a suirar camn. The fulls and surplus apples are made into raw cider, winch is treated with nuro milk of lime to neutralize the PROPR. malic acid. The subsequent operaFRANK BOYD. tion resembles maple sirup making in that the liquid is heated, filtered and evaporated. Another filtering process removes the crystals of calPractice Limited to Disease of cium malatc, and the result is p color, THROAT. sirun of clear mbv or amber EYE, EAR, NOSE MP which, when sealed in can3, will Only seven galkeep indefinitely. lons of cider are required to make a CHEROKEE BUILDING, gallon of apple sirup. Hopkinsville, Ky. JOHN C, DUFFY . w Hotel Latham Barber Shop Fine Bath Rooms. Four First Class Artists. Dr.R.F. McDaniel HEN SAT CROSSING OCEAN five "About McLeansboro, Hatch of Vigorous Chicks Folyears ago," eaysMts. John L. Drew, Goodlowed After 3,500-MilWater of this place, "I was afflicted with and Land Trip. every month. pains and Irregularity Tho plan of shipping the setting I suffered continually, was weak and doapondent, and unable to do my hen and her eggs in the same conhousework. I took Cardui, and in tainer has been tried with a good deone month, I felt like a new woman gree of success in a few instances I am that have come to my attention. One and worked hard all summer. now in perfect health, and recom- of these wa3 a shipment from Eumend Cardui to all suffering wom- rope. A poultryman not wishing to en," Every day during the past 50 assume the e risk of sendyears, Cirdui has been steadily forg ing his exceptionally valuable eggs ing ahead as a result of its proven on a two weeks' ocean and rail jourvalue in female troubles. It relieves ney unattended, deckled to get a deheadache, backache, womanly mise- pendable broody heji well settled ry and puts fresh strength into wea- down to work in a crate and ship the ry bodies. Try it. advertisement. entire hatching outfit by express. This brooding hen shipment ANNOUNCEMENTS. reached New York with biddy snug the job. The crate was transThe Kentuckian is authorized to on ferred to an express car, and in a announce little less than two weeks reached HON. JOHN C. DUFFY, its destination without an egg of Christian county, as a candidate broken. Some days later a good for the Democratic nomination for hatch of vigorous chicks wa3 the outAttorney General, subject to the ac- come ' of thi3 experiment, after a tion of the August primary election. voyage of about 3,500 miles by land and water. vfe are authorized to announce This plan, I believe, is a coming HON. A. O. STANLEY,' one for eggs of near-gol- d value. A a candidate for the Democratic nomcrate with a hen in and on i3 a danination for Governor, subject to the signal that counts. Farm and primary August 7th, ger action of III. e long-rang- Mrs. John Drew Better. WAR! 1MB f What Is It -All About? I H I' V . rv uw-- v rt jn: - sn v w.' ai..a.? the whole world gone stark mad over a very foolish and trivial question? Are swords rattline, cannon rumbling, mailed armour elistenine just because Russia wanted to show her love for the little brother Servia f Tear aiide the curtain of Europe's jwlitiei and u TJ AS LJ" .wj?;w7rjsajaajaaaaji r,iMtMQ W'iiW I the erim and sinister game of chew that ii being played. See upon what a ilim, yet deigerate, excuse the sacred lires of millions may be sacrificed. Read the history 0f the oast one hundred years, at written DV one 01 ui greatest authorities the world has ever known, and leaxn ,.. n f..1 . ..I. unit .MrfPfl U & it.. L..l .t Review of Reviews subscriber, we make you this extraordinary offer. We will give to you !ftt9J"Sr-aaaaaaaaa- a the FREE! .... 9 OK Dr. M. W. Rozzell Specialist in Treatment of Trachoma, (Granular Lids) and all diseases IT CERTAINLY IS 1916. Fireside. i. Kn mt1mJ!A portraits, sketches, maps, diagrams NOWADAYS Today is the climax of a hundred years of preparation. Read in this timely, authoritative, complete, AND THE Cjf Ti i .lth vlnm.i ftill nF We are authorized to announce HON. HENRY M. BOSWORTH of Fayette County, as a candidate Eye, Ear, Nose, and Throat Office Eye Glasses Office Phoenix Building Cor. 9th and Main. Hopkinsville, Ky. Spectacles for the Democratic nomination for Governor of Kentucky, subject to the primary election August 1915. We are authorized to announce HON. JAMES B. ALLENSWORTH of Christian county, as a candidate ALL jj 5 iKtrr- : ' 4 J nrm mi t,.. !.... r. t inten n .irr in thr innpr rntinn'. nf RttrAn rtnrintr th nasi one ndrr1 v"i'f m Via nnnn'nrT ninsts KtaT Pltfltt years craiiuy occn irying 10 escape irum ncr uaiavncss open port, with its economic freedom. d to net a Read how Germany and Austria, fearful of the moniteri latent strength, have been tryinir to checkmate her and how g they have pinned all in this last, lupreme stake. vcar-roun- us Phone 645-- 1. The Lesson of the Past tbrou fit the Reniliunce up to conteraporinroai hiitorr. wblcb Prof. Grotrenor complrtei la brilliant manner. In the rorjr of the put the lecreeti of toJiy, Ami you will nodentaoij them better when yoatetthe Review of Rerlewi for a year for tbe Review of Re- iu jive you a unc imerpreianon oi ine eremnnii are tiuni lie fDERTAKERS AND niRwrnns 1 U11U1U1U wii.uua ' Modern methods used in embalming, 4.ma MWnAa.nnIArl T T A A f 0 k O tfl TT T 3 T TT Dnnn. DprtmTll If L and efficient service. Phone 861. C H. L. Harton, 1134. NIGHT J. H. Reese, 978. PHONES ( Leslie P'Pool, 1113. Wt 1" for the Democratic nomination for Commonwealth's Attorney, for the Third Judicial district, composed of Christian, Calloway, Trigg and Lyon counties. We are authorized to announce HON. DENNY P. SMITH, Do you think it patriotic of Dobbs to send his daughter to Europe to study music? Harper Sure, I do; think of the suffering he's saving his own coun- 'T'HIS muter of the pen tbowi you the (torr that wu Cieree'i A ind the jftndeor tbtt wu Rome!. He ruidn yon throusjb the Middle Aim, the ncturojue old dart of feuiiiism and the crandeii 30 KerUwjij Rnw f fWsfi JaW 2 FiS7.J yJ f lrrf Pl. rrrwirt. VnmtKM iMH.mMkn.l ritianallr dnwndioa a true intenretatlon of themeinlnr sadthe rriiaa wdt oi rvrmi. in four min.t oti mu.t nrtnr mam oat w( iad the Rerlew of Reviews will do it for you. M.m... rA Jlu... chr W. A. P'POOL & SON. Parker trymen. UNCONQUERABLE. of Trigg county, a candidate for re election as Commonwealth's Attor ney of the Third Judicial District of "Lots of people die of overwork Kentucky, subject to the action of the Democratic party at the primary and underfeeding." "But not nearly so many as die election, Saturday, August 7th, 1915. of underwork and overfeeding." We are authorized to announce CLAUDE R. CLARK as a candidate for the Republican TO GET RID OF ANTS. REVIEW of REVIEWS . send Get the Mnrtl. rharsr. Mil 1 roa. DaniT'f Hi- iorr oi uc vvoria im volamei Hound la data. AIm enter my name fat lte RrTlrw of Rwiewafo r rWur0; u, for a Year Z centi for itrppinf and XL per month for three montha for "iwJff .5JSr "m'i 1 IVAOney I!V1 them Tou Kal J$ ctnu for hlrvme and 1L00 month lot three tnontha to ptr lot thr RcTirolReric"i. llthcbooki sjj . itcn'c worth more thin yon ptf lof books tad aitiztne to-icthcr. Kni thm bick at our ctrenx. Bat be prompt. The Xo,.w-otU.w!de lime o( Uur "HI nk tk-- it 5.000 ii dli. k'-- j lodar- -a be In ume. t r. . Time Card Effective Friday, Apr. TPATM5 lw 93 No. 51 No. 95 No. 55 No. 53 No. 92 No. 52 11.5G p. m L. Express 5:29 p. m. St. Dixie Flyer 9:35 a. m. Hopkinsville Ar. 7:00. a. m. St. L. Fast Mail 5:24 a. m. C. & TRAINS GOING NORTH. finiNC N. 0. Lim. 2, 1915. 'SfilTTFT J The habit of never being whipped, of always keeping up the fight thai is the quality of the great leader The man who never admits defeat is the man the world has to take intc account. Time and again the foes he is fighting may think they havt him down. But before they know it he is on his feet sounding the ad No. 94 No, 56 No. 54 No, 61 Dolnta ma L. Lim., 5:29 a. m St. Louis Express, 9:55 a.m. Dixie Flyer. 7:08 p. m. Hopkinsville Ac. 8:55 p. m. St. L. Fast Mail 10:16 p. m. connect t Gathria for Memphis C&St. One of the most reliable ways o poisoning ants 13 equal parts of tar tar emetic and sugar. Moisten this with enough water to make into a sirup and pour into shallow dishes to announce We are authorized in the runways of the ants. They JUDGE GUS THOMAS of Graves county as a candidate for will eat very freely of this, and as the Democratic nomination for judge the poison does not act quickly, it is of the Court of Appeals from the carried to the burrows and fed to First district, subject to the Demo- the larva. In this way tho old anil vance. young die together, and a large col Such a man molds events. H( cratic primary election Aug. 7, 1915. ony is soon disposed of. In case tho helps create the new heavens and the We are authorized to announce water dries out of the dish, more new earth of the prophet's vision. JUDGE J. T. HANBERY, may be added, as this mixture doe? A mighty force of the universe if of Christian county, as a candidate not spoil. the unconquerable soul. as Judge of the Third tor HER TURN HAD COME. Judicial District of Kentucky, sub- Renew of Krriews Ca., 30 Irritlj PL, R.T. more. moatha 'J, y4 mlf , (tw For a let of thij lainrlotii b:ndinc. chaae bor. u i monthi. or kbJ u.h la (all. ua ''"'""T. nomination for Clerk of the Christian County Circuit Court. , Primary August 7, 1915. Banking Facilities With ample working capital, exceptional collection ar rangements, and a thoroughly organized . office system this bank has the ability and disposition to extend jo its Customers every facility warranted by safe, conservation banking. OF COURSE. ject to the action of the Democratic 7, 1915. Cincinnati and the East Hot. U and 65 make direct connections at Oath, rta for Louisville. Cincinnati and all potsta narU and east thereof. Na 83 carries throogh sleeper to Atlanta. Macon. JackaonTille. St. Ausustlne and Tampa, FU Also Pullman tleerers to New Orleans Connfrt at Gathria for points East and West. No. M wU Dot carry local passengers fu south as Erin, auditor LonUrlllt for points north Nashville. Turn. J. C. HOOE. Atrt t J)r. Feirstein -- DENTIST-Next to Higgins 0 Drug Store We are authorized to announce sighed. HON. THOS. S. RHEA "Why, dearest?" he asked. "Beas a candidate for the Democratic I suppose." nomination for Auditor of Public cause I am to be your husband ?" "Oh, it isn't altogether that," she HUNTER BETTER HUNT A JOB. Accounts, subject to the primary answered. "But now I can have the August 7, 1915. laugh on all our relatives who have "The IIunter3 are very, well named." EDITION been saying that you'd never proTHE THRICE-A-WEE- k "How do you mean ?" pose." OF THE NEW YORK WORLD "They hunt for a new flat every THE INFORMATION SEEKER. time the rent comes due." "That beautiful 'Melody in F;' 1 primary election Aug. simply drank it in at the concert last night." "Drank it in ? Oh, from a Rubin-stei- After two years he proposed to her and she accepted him. "I'm so happy and glad," she THREE HER CENT. INTEREST ON TIME; CERTIFICATES OF DEPOSIT. BANK OF HOPKINSVILLE Nat Gaither, President; J. E. McPherson, Cashier; Pherson, Asst. Cashier. H. L. Mc your complejcicn need DAGGETT H RAMSDELL'Si I . THOROUGH. He When I proposed to Flossie she asked me for a little time to make up her mind. She (the hated rival) Oh So she makes that up, too, does she? 1 Practically a Daily at the Price of a Weekly. No other Newspaper In the world gives so so much at so low a price, "I'm a bill collector," explained the man at the door. "Mania or habit ?" asked the householder, just prior to slamming the door. MORE APPROPRIATE. PERFECT COLD CREAM Used by tk elita of Nw York Society for twenty-tkreyears and stall Uwir favorite. Iaiparts healtk aadt beauty te the skkv smoothes away the marks of Tiese brings Nature's bloom to sallow cheeks, discourages unwelcome lines and wrinkles. Improve your looks by its daily use. si J ACCOUNTING FOR IT. "Eyes are tho windows of the soul." "That accounts for their so often having such a glassy stare." NATURAL INCLINATION. Hopkinsville, Ky. "Jenks is tho 'heavy' man of the dramatic company." "I supposo that is why he is always so anxious to get a 'fat' part." IMPOSSIBLE. The oldest and best Dental Office in the city. Inserting artificial teeth without a plate is my specialty. A good set of fr flft ipJ.UU TEETH Extracting 25c. The year 1914 has been the most extraordinary in the history of modern times. It has witnessed the outbreak of the great European war, a struggle bo titantic that it makes all others look small. You live in momentous times, and you should not mies any of the tremendous events that are occurring. No other newspaper will inform you with the promptness and cheapness of the Thrice-a-Wee- k edition of the Now York World. Moreover, a year's subscription to it will take you far into our next Presidential Thrice-A-Week "Would you say the author of a musical jcomedy 'writes' the score or 'composes' it ?" "I nearly always say 'perpe- trates.' " NOT A TAKING ACTRESS. First Manager I see you have a new leading woman, Did the other )m take sick? Second Manager No, but she didn't take well. Boston Transcript , In tubas 10c, 25c, 50c la jars 35c, 50c, 85c, $1.50. WAan yam imUt upon Daggett &RamsJtW yoa get thm bett cold cream In t'ta eiors. campaign. HEART'S DESIRE. The World's Wardon No. 41144, do you wisb "Can't you play tennis- without regular subscription price is only 1.00 per year, and this pays for my book from tho library? making all that noise?" "Why, how can you expect us to 156 papers. We offer this unequalled Prisoner Yea; I'd like to have a play it without raising a racquet?" newspaper and Hopkinsville Ken- uiiroad guide. tuckian together for one year for SOME DIFFERENCE. $2.65. The regular subscription pries of "Yo-- i are tie It.,-- .1 conciliate," "That newly rich family have such tho two papers is $3.00. (tiff monads.'' n Send all!subscriptIon3 to JKentuc-iie. 1 Lrk at g-- ii "Of . irs-- , dVt 4. u, ki r tl.ey office. i wadQ their money m starch?" them. "I am in s f.''.t to wm." ASSOCIATION. FIRST NATIONAL BANE HOPKINSVILLE KENTUCKY. UNITED STATES DEPOSITARY, And Member of The Federal Reserve System. Capital ! 75,000.00 Surplus 30,000.00 Prr m )t,Courteous anci Efficient Service.' 3 PER CENT. INTEREST PAID ON y u. stsepocsc.?sunt HOPUNSVILLE.JUBHTUCKIAN JUNE 24 1 HAVE THE EXPERIENCE, THE TAILORS AND THE GOODS, YOU WANT STYLE, FIT AND SERVICE, PLUS ECONOMY. SUDDENLY ALL THREE SUMMONED HEARD FROM Aged Citizen With Hear Stricken Disease and Death Follows in Few Minutes. Three Out of Four of the Form C. R. ATKINS Phone 1103 PRODUCER OF TRY ME. THIS TIME Leave Your Measure To-da- y er Teachers of Ferrell's and I'll Please You. Suits $15.00 to $50.00. Shirts to Order $2.00 to $10.00 Let Us Clean and Press Your Clothes. WE KNOW HOW TO DO IT. TURKS PRAISED FOR TRUSTY HELD IS HUMANE PRACTICES. London, Juno 21. A Reuter dispatch from its correspondent in the Dardanelles pays: "The Turks are fighting most fairly. In one case a Turk, while under fire, dret sd the wounds of one of our men. In another case a Turk left a rater bottle with a 'wounded Australian soldier. "A British soldier, who had beei lying wounded for many hours with out food, far from the Briti'h trenches, was given bread by a Turk Prisoners who have escaped from the Turks, all assert they were well treated " FOR MURDER Joliet, III., June 23. A negro trus ty, Joseph Campbell, a product of the "honor system" among convicts at the State penitentiary, is held in solitary confinement, pending inves tigation of the murder of Mrs. Edmund M. Allen, wife of the prison warden, whose body, fearfully burn- ed.was found on a blazing bed in, lit r apartments Sunday. So far as1' fa known Campbell, choien as the Al lens' personal servant under the honor system, is the last person to have seen Mrs. A'len alive. Storm in Simpson. Franklin, Ky. June 21 A beivy wind and rain storm struck thiscoun-t- y at 2 o'clock this morning. Orchard) were uprooted, forest trees "We read the other day," says a Missouri editor, "where a fellow was shot and his life was saved by the bullet striking a silver dollar. Now, should we happen to get shot before you pay up your subscription and there is no dollar in our pocket to stop the ball, we shall always presume that you might have saved our blown down, corn and wheat injur ed, telegraph and telephone wires blown down, and electric lights cut off. The heaviest loss so far reported was suffered by Walter McClana life." han. On his farm, 3 miles west of Portland, Ore., in a recent week town, two new barn3 were blown down. They were valued at $1 500. planted 31,000 more rose bushes. I Mogul Farm Trucks BUILT IN THREE SIZES FROM 26-0- 0 to $4400 I IDEAL FOR HAULING WHEAT AND OTHER FARM PRODUCTS We Now Have On Display 50 Sizes and Styles of Mogul Wagons SILOS FORBES MFG Incorporated. Now is the time to place your order for a SILO. Come in and let us show you the LATEST IMPROVED SILO. School. John H, Denton died suddenly Tuesday night at his home just East FROM THEM ALL of the city of heart failure. He was LETTERS 78 years old and had enjoyed excel TO lent health up to the time he was All Will Be Here August 20 stricken. Mr. Denton retired short ly after supper, but soon complained It Is Possible To being sick. He got up and sat on of Come. the porch a few minutes and on re turning to the bed, expired in a few Many replies are being: received minutes. The deceased was a native of Ten from Ferrell's Boys all over the nessee, but had resided in this coun country. In nearly every Instance finty for several years. His wife and the writers say that they will be on cleanseveral children survive. Mr. Den hand. Some send valuable informa ton was a member of the Christian tion as to their fellow students, and nhurch and a much esteemed citizen errors in the list imperfectly com His funeral services will be held at piled under disadvantages are being his late residence thi3 afternoon at gradually corrected. All but about TO TO 2 o'clock, conducted by Rev. J. N 35 of the invitations have been sent Jessup, and the interment will take out, many to old addresses with for warding requests. Uccaslonally a place m Riverside cemetery. new name is added to the list and C. now and then the wrong boy is found Clarksville Boy Killed. in the list, but these errors are but Corban Trotter, son of E q W P. natural in a period covering 30 years Trotter, county tax assessor, was and extending back 42 years. The list now numbers G18 and 119 killed at Hammond. Ird , Monday, according to atelegram received by are dead, so far as known, with the his father late Monday afternoon fate of several others in doubt. Those classed as local, that is re Mr. Trotter was in the employe of an electric light company, and it is siding in Christian and adjoining upposed that he was killed by a live counties, number 200 and these are to be hosts of the 300 who are scatwire. He was 21 years of age. tered all over the United States. Invitations were sent to all of the How's This? former memters of the faculty in "We oiler Ono Hundred Dollars Ito- the" days when the school was a mili ward for any caso of Catarrh that cannot be cured by Hall's Catarrh tary academy with 60 to 75 pupils in Cure. attendance. All of the survivors F. J. CHENEY & CO., Toledo. 0. have been heard from and their letWe. tho undersigned, havo known P. J. Cheney for the last 15 years, and believe ters appear below. him perfectly honorable In all business Office Road Engineer transactions and financially oblo to carry out any obligations made by his firm. Warren County. Ky. NATIONAL BANK OP COMMECCE, Bowling Green, Ky., June 20, 1915. Toledo, 0. Hall's Catarrh Cure Is taken Internally. I am reading with much interest acting directly upon tho blood and mucous surfaces of tho system. Testimonials what you are doing to get together Incorporated. nt rrea. I'rice 7j cents per Dottle, sold all Druggists. the band of brethren that once gath take Hall's Family FUls for constipation. ered at Ferrell's Military Academy. AdTertlaemenL There is no place where I can spend few hours more pleasantly than on KY. SENATORS WARDEN'S WIFE FOUND the streets of Hopkinsville, where I DIVIDE PATRONAGE DEAD IN BLAZING BED stand and gues3 at and meet the friends of "Auld Lang Syne." Count on my presence. Sincerely, Agreement Made and Postmas Illinois Authorities Uncertain M. H. CRUMP. Whether It Was Case of ters for Several Cities To Be Frank T. Glasgow Attorney at Law Accident or Murder. Announced. Lexington, Va., June 21, 1915. Your courteous communications Joilet, III., June 20. Mrs. E Wa hington, June 23. The first have waked up happy memories of division of Kentucky patronage be- mund M. Allen, wife of the the past. It is not possible at this tween Senator Ollie M. James and of the Illinois penitentiary, was distance of time to tell whether I Senator J. C. W. Beckham will be found dead in her blazing bed shall hve the pleasure of being presannounced officially today. Under and a committee is investigating the ent. It would surely be delightful the rule of Federal patronage dis- death to determine whether she acin many ways. I shall write you tribution the two Kentucky Senators cidentally set herself on fire, or was again as to possibility of coming. I will select the postmasters for tne slain and burned by George Campam sure you will have a grand reunbell, a negro prisoner, who served Tentn and Eleventh Kentucky ion and a fine time on August 20th. which are represented" tn the the warden's family as a personal With good wishes, many, for success. lawer branch cf Congress by Repub- servant. Mr. Allen was absent on a Yours Sincerely, trip to West Baden, Ind. licans. F. T. GLASGOW. A jug partly fiiled with wood alcoSix presidential postmasterships Alabama Polytechnic Inst. are coming due in those districts and hol was found in the bedroom after Chas. C. Thach. M. A. LL. D. Prest. Senator James and Beckham have the fire was extinguished, and memAuburn, Ala., June 18, 1915. bers of the investigating committee found it impossible to ngree as Your very highly appreciated let applicants. They have there- said it was possible that some of this ter came to me like an echo from the fore decided to divide the offices, fluid had been used in an effort to distant past, and I wish to thank you each naming three postmasters. cremate Mrs. Allen. Campbell, who most sincerely for your kind thought-fulnes- s Senator James will name the post- is a trusty while serving ao indeterin remembering me upon the masters of Pikeville, Whitesburg minate term fpr manslaughter, comhappy occasion of the reunion. I and Wi liatmburg and Senator Back-ha- mitted in Chicago, told the commitbeg to say that if it is in the range will bele:t the postmasters of tee the following story: "Warden Allen left for West Baof possibility I shall be glad to be B irbourville, Harlan and Prestpns-burwith you. Remembrances that I Under this understanding den, Ind., last night. About 6 have of my work at Hopkinsville, as the following eppaintments will be o'clock this morning Mrs. Allen the efforts of a youngster to incul- - made: Whitesburg, W. O. Webb; called me and asked for the morning cate knowledge in Kentucky heads, Williamsburg, Elvin E. Prichard; papers, which I got. Then'l placed are among the most delightful of my Barbourville. W. r . Amos; Prestona-bur- some ice water by the bed in which she lay and took her pet dog outentire experience. Yes, I knew that Lulu D. Sptadlin. Peabody was dead. I was present Senator James has not yet decided doors, as Idpevtry morning. When at his funeral (at Columbus, Ga.) to upon a nomination for Pikeville and I returned I eaw smoke issuing from pay the last sad tribute to his good Senator Beckham baa not made the Allen apartments on the third old name. Many of the names of known his choice for Harlan. Tni3 fbor. John Simpson and another the list of Ferrell's Boys awaken a division of offices is a temporary trusty were trying to fight their wtf I wish to measure and it is not to be the per- through the smoke in Mrs. Alle&Xs troop of memories. thank you again for your remem- manent policy as in a'l probability room. We called th prison fire debrance of me and to Bay that, if pos- the future division of patronage be- partment." sible, I shall be with you. Give my tween the Kentucky Senators will be A half hour fight extinguished the best regards to the "few leaves that by Congressional d stricta. blaze, which seemed centered cling to the old tree." With best When N. Camden around Mrs. Alen'a bed. The Johnson wishes, I am, was Senator he and Senator fhmes had almost destroyed the bed Very Sincerely, James bad an arrangement under and charred the body of Mrs Allen. CHAS. C. THACH. Camden which Senator made The condition of the body preventpostofiica appointments for the ed a satisfactory examination to deTenth district and Senator James termine whether Mrs. Allen had It is thought been attacked previously to the fire, for the Eleventh FOR FLETCHER'S likely that th's arrangement will but two members of the committee hereafter be pat into effect as be- said that Campbell probably would tween James and Beckham, the former taking the Eleventh district be charged with slaying Mrs. Allen. Barnett-PorteMrs. Allen was formerly prima as his patronage preserves and SenA marriage license was issued yes- ator Btckham taking the Tenth dis- donna of a company presenting "The terday to J. W. Barnett and MIib trict. Mr?. Lulu D. Spraolin. who Merry Widow." Her maiden name postmaoter of will be the Bertha Porter, young people of the Prestonsburg, next wife of James was Odetto Maiseo Bordeaux and is the wedThe Crofton neighborhood. S.radlin, the Democratic district her home was Los Aogeles, Cal ding was scheduled to take plice ihnirninn fnr thn Tnith fi'iniTrnMinn. where an aunt and cousin still Ifve' 'ul district. Sne was 34 years old. last evenlrg. SANITARY MILK THE PUBLIC: I have installed a Hnman Milker in my Dairy to enable me to produce purer and cleaner milk. If this meets with your approval, please tell your neighbors about it. With the Hinman Milker, which is used by many of the world's est dairies, I can supply you with er milk than can be produced without this Sanitary Milker. MY DAIRY I INVITE YOU SEE HOW I MILK MY COWS. Yours very truly, R. ATKINS. Hinman Milking Machines SOLD BY F. A. YOST CO. St to-da- y dis-trht- s, tn m g. g, Children Ory r. CO CASTORIA Rex Special Today Bryant Washburn, Edna Mayo, three acts. A Beautiful Photoplay. In Essanay itA Rubber Chain Tread built on a Powerful Modern Tire" Broadway Feature in "THE LITTLE STRAW WIFE" A wife falls in love with her husband? 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Stanley, candidate for guests at a house party given by Miss in honor of Mrs. Elmer Bell, of Mem- the Democratic nomination for govMary El'zabeth Licy returned to phis, and Miss Lelia Mills of Nash ernor will address the voters on the their home Tuesday. ville. following day 8 and place: Miss Mary.- - Moloney of 'Ca iz. is Brownsville, Thursday, June 24. Dance Last Night. pkr visiting,Mis8 Mary)NvvUe..'H-iriMorgantown, Friday. June 25. A dance was given by the young Grove, Saturday, June 26 Smith's people of the city last night in the (night.) lodge room of the Elks' Home. The Flour-i- s Lower. Bowling Green, Monday, June 28. dance started at eight o'clock and July wheat in Chicago opened at Elkton, Tuesday, June 29. closed shortly after twelve. A numTrenton, Tuesday, June 29, night. $1 and closed atSl.Oli. Thisdecline guests were presber of out of town has caused a further reduc ion in Princeton, Wednesday, June 30. ent. Simpson's orchestra made the Fredonia, Wednes. June 30, night flour to something like the old price?, music. before the market was inflated by Marion, Thursday, July 1. speculation. In Nashville the prices Benton, Friday, July 2. Young People's Annual. now are: Standard patents, ?G 30 Murray, Saturday. July 3. A very special program has been per barrel; high patent; $G 10; mif Hazel, Saturday, July 3, night. arranged by Mrs. Envoy Vallier for patents, $0.00; fancy patents, $5.30. Saturday night. The young people The local market is expected to ad Successful Operation. will have full sway at the Salvation changed condition). Walter Thompson, the bright and just itself to army. There will be recitations, songs, duets and many other things attractive young son of Or. and Mrs. of interest on the program. Staff C M. ThompBon, was operated on Siegel Accepts Sentence. Capt. Widgery, of Nashville, divi- Monday night for appendicitis. He Genesego, N Y., June 21. Henry sional officer for Kentucky and TenNew York banker and nessee, will be present to enroll some had been attacked by appendicitis Siege', former close. Refreshments about a month ago, but had been department store owner, today waivjuniors, at the stay of execution of the sentence will be served to the children attend-- 1 apparently well up until Monday, ed passed last November, and a few ing Sunday school. The public is' when he besarae ill again. Ihe opminutes before 11 o'clock left by cordially invited to attend. eration was oucce3tful and his con- automobile for Rochester to serve 10 Canada's mineral production in dition ismuchiuoroved. Last night month3 in Monroe county pen tent! he was doing nicely. ary. 1914 was valued at $128,472,499. She!-byville, Manager Stockley's big attraction at the Princess is the Lubin masterpiece in 5 acts, featuring Ethel Clayton, "The College Widow" trom the famous play of the same name by George Ade, adapted by ClayyM Greene, directed by Berryy OneaUi A mQstrJaicinating.pictur with.a. thri!lingifi)ubba!l:gttme,,.and a aDakii dance.- - DON'T FAIL TO CALL AND GET OUR PRICES We appreciate your business, and want to please you. Make our store your headquarters and meet your friends. CHINA, CUT GLASS, TIN, GRANITE AND ALUMINUM WARE EVERY DAY VEGETABLES OVER THE U. S. A. FROM ALL Intensely American; to-da- y, program Good' Atkins-Kenned- y. C. R. Clark & Co. INCORPORATED, Wholesale and Retail Grocers. Roy L. Atkins and Mies Nell Kennedy, of Adam . Term., were united in marriuge yesterday afternoon at 3 o'clock, as the residence of Mr. Jesse Elgin, No. 1238 Walnut street. t lis city. The weddinn was a vorv quiet affair, only a few of the closest friends of the young people being present. Uev. B. T. Smotherman, of Adams, performed the ceremonv. The couple left ut 13:29 over the L. & N. for their home in Tennessee. The bride is a daughter of Mr. Louis Kennedy, who formerly resided here, but moved to Adamsseveral years ago, and is a sister pf Mrs. Jesse Elgin. Sho is q lite pretty and very popular with a ide circle of friends Ihe groom is t Fremont young farmer of the A ins Leiglibuihuod. St B0PKIN8YILLX CWTUOfclAN JUNE WHEN NAPOLEON WAS HUNGRY Emperor of France Sends Kings to the Pantry to See Why Lunch Is Delayed 24 Si. Effect of One Bottle. Crandal", Tex. After my lut epell of sickness," writes Mrs. Belle Teal, of this city, "I remained very ill, and stayed in bed for eight weeks. I couldn't get up all this time, and though my doctor came to see me every day, he didn't do me any good. I had taken but one bot- t'e of Cardul, when I was up going everywhere, and soon I was doincr nil my housework." Cardui helps when other medicines have failed, b cause PROFESSOR Man Who BAILS AT In GUM Wy It Watting Unlimited Power, He Says. Dlitlpatet Energy That Threshing Time! WE ARE HEADQUARTERS FOR SUPPLIES. Belting and Hose, Oils of all kinds, Tank Pumps, Love This Magazine If the Fashion Guide ind Helper of more women thin iny other miutine In the world. All the latest atyles terjr month; alio dcllthiful atortet that entertain, and special departments In cooking, home dressmaklni, finer work, etc., that lisMia McCALL'S Hams-keepi- .WOMEN. Princo Mctternich, prime minister to tho emperor of Austria, was once asked under what circumstances had Napoleon, whom he had often met, given him the most striking impression of prestige nnd sovereignty. It was, ho said, one morning at when- they returned from a drive in the forest'. They returned Cdm-piogn- Apostles of the habit of gum chewing had better beware of Prof. Herbert Gardner Lord, professor of psychology nt Columbia university. Professor Lord surprised one of his students recently by calling him out of turn, and the young man had the alternative of swallowing the gum he was chewing or being marked a flunk. Ho swallowed and choked, whereupon Professor Lord seized the opportunity for a lecture on gum Tho gist of the talk masticators. was that a man who dissipates his energy in chewing gum is wasting unlimited power. With students, he said, the. results arc extremely bad because after a chew of ordinary du ration tho average student's jaw is too tired to wag out an answer. Thero will be no more gum chewing in Professor Lord's class this spring. New York Sun. CRYSTALS IN o, - tern FREE. j. a nine . houseaork. and aare money. Price, only 50c a rear, lth one celebrated McCall Dress PatUNO A POSTAL CARD NOW FOR I. A ntEK SanvU Copy ! UrCALL'S UAUAM": or r UcCAtx'S iuk itpw. rnxmi u CATALk;UK or McCALL'S IIM.0O ITta. vr to the castle about noon. Tho emperor, leaning his back against the it contains ingredients not found in chimney, chatted with his guests any other medicine. Pure, safe, re while awaiting the summons to liable, gentle-sctin- g Cardui is the lunch. There were a number of per-- 1 ,dea medlcina, tonle f or weak Bck family present. Napoleon began to fwi tho pnngs of hunger, so he tun:.'! to Murat: "King of Naple3, go and see why we do not lunch." The emperor resumed his argument, but tho delay was still prolonged. He grew impatient, and, turning to the other side, he said: "King of Holland, try to find out whether wo arc to lunch today 1" Metternich had never before seen an emperor send kings to the pantry to hasten a meal. TIN-CAN Off.r W. b Itarr " cntmcu. women. Try it Advertisement. THE IcCaU. C&, 236 ta 246 374 Si i isA, '' PUBLIC SPEAKING Jss. B. Aliensworth, Democratic candidate for Cimmonwealth's Attorney, will speak at the following limes and places, and his opponent, Deany P. Smi h, is invited to be preient and accept a division of time. Lidies invited. Lafayette, June 24, 1:30, p. m. Benneltstown, June 24, 7:30, night. Howell, June 25, 1:30, p m. Church Hill, June 25, 7:30, night Gracey. June 2G, 1:30, p. m. . Pee Dee. June 26, 7:30, night. Bell Station, Jane 28. 1:30. p. m. Kennedy. June 28, 7:30, night. Pembroke, June 29. 1:30, p. m. Edwards' Mill, June 20, 7.S0, night. Sharber'a Store, June 30, 1:30, Tank Wagons, Water Tanks, Brass Valves and Fittings. FREE Ippl 22 . LETUS FIGURE ON YOUR REQUIREMENTS. SPINAL FLUID (!,. jIUJWH I.UUIIIIIIlltHtltllillUlWuUJUrliillmL .l.UiL.i Patholoflltt Proves Many Things They Were Not Sheds No Light on What They Were. Dr. W. W. D. Thomson, demon strator in pathology at Queen's university, Belfast, sends to the Lancet an account of some extraordinary crystals he found in the cerebrospinal fluid of a girl who died of meningitis. They were colorless, transparent and most of them contained central nucleus or spot which seemed to have crystal outlines. There were also a few twin crystals. They varied in size from two to 10 micromillimeters. Doctor Thomson put them through many tests wiucii proved many things that they were not, but shed no light on what they were. He had never before seen or heard of such crystals in the human body and is still puzzled to account for them. THE SMALL CHILD'S DISHES. Unusual Offer To Our Readers. For a limited time, and subject tc withdrawal after 30 Jays, the well known publishing house of the J. B Lippineott Company, Philadelphia founded in 1792, offers to the readen of thia paper a 12 months' subscription to "Lippincott's Magazine" and a year's subscription to the Kentuck-ian- , both for $3.00. This is the price of a twelve months' subscription to "Lippincott's" alone. Additional to obtaining every issue of this paper for a year, our readers will receive in "Lippincott's," 12 great complete novels by popular authors, 105 short stories, crisp, entertaining, original 45 timely articles from the pena of masters, and each month some excellent poems with the right sentiment, and "Walnuts and Wine," the most popular humor section in America, To obtain this extraordinary offer prompt action is necessary. Kemit to J. B. Lippineott Company, Washington Square. Philu.. Pa. BOMBS USED IN WAR FORBES MFG. CO. INCORPORATED, Destructive Weapons Are Tossed by Hand or Hurled by a Catapult Maybe they are not ordinary to mato cans, but they might be just the same, judging by the descrip tions that have come from the front of the European war. This refers to the hand grenades that the British troops are using. According to Pop- p. m. Eljsha Hendrick's Store, June 30, ular Mechanics, the soldiers in the 7:30. right. trenches make them themselves. Bluff Springs, July 1, 1:30, p. m. The cans are filled with pieces of Dogwood, July 1, 7:30, night. iron and a charge of guncotton and equipped with a fuse. They are fre- - j Positive Proof. quently tossed by hand into the near-- ; An aged and tourist by trench of the enemy; but gener- -' was relating experiences of his travels ally a rude catapult is used. This to a group of friends, when a blatant is simply a piece or timber, witn an young man, who had himself made a automobile spring fixed vertically in short trip through Europe, decided the upper side, the top of which is that 11 waa about tlme t0 come ,n for f as trav drawn back and held in a slot in a my a,fe through eler. "When bomb-ca- n wooden trigger. Then the tho Red sea the young man ,ntor. AdTerttdament. is attached to the spring with a tin Jected, "we dropped anchor one night Fat Not a Disease, holder, the fuse is lighted, the trig- - la the exact spot where Pharaoh's Tho notion that fat 1b a disease ger sprung, and the bomb goes on its h8t8, era engulfed by the waters of ,grew solely out ot tho fact that after the Red sea. In the morning when we 'death from certain chronic and long- destruct ve way behind the breast- - heaved up tho anchor we dlscovered standing diseases various Important worKs oi tne enemy. that one of Pharaoh's chariots, which tissues of the body, such as the heart had for years been lying at the bottom muscle, tho liver, the brain, and moro FARMERS GREAT AUTOISTS. of the sea, was hooked on to one of rarely the kidney, were found largethe flukes of our anchor. It was In an ly changed Into fat. In our pompous It is estimated that nearly 50 per excellent state of preservation." 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"Because I love music." distinctly harmful to coddle blm with "Perhaps it is about the frogs on "Tho vay you sing sounds as if more clothing than be can comfortIds uniform." ably stand. hato--l it." you g "Darling," ho cried, "I would gladly die for you !" "Is your life insured?" she asked, THE ACME INCORPORATED MILLS PERCY SMITHSON UP-TO-DATE. Livery and Board Stable HOPKINSVILLE, KY. 8TAUTING THE ARGUMENT, Grape Bags. THE REASON. i "Old Jaggs ccrlainly has a screw 'IIa viu Ini'l the foundation for Sick your graphs to keep off the sale at thia office, loose." I'.wn?" your pr'.l'Ti'iul irsect?. Sac'" for "Maybe that is why ho is always rW 1 ' .vc 'i H'1 p'l my un 10 cts. per mo. wanting someone to get him tight." " vnlhngn a to be a candidate J EVERYTHING Phone 32. Virginia Street. Between 7th and 8th. r ILLS KfttTlK OfclGIN OF FOOLSCAP PAPER Premium Store Tickets With All Cash Sales AT-- Hints for the economical How Dressmakers' Bills May Be Saved Merry Little Joke Played by Crom well on Klnfj Charles Before His Execution. Every time you write on foolscap papar you help to perpetuate one of the many little jokes Oliver Crom-wo- ll played on the merry monarch hoforc the roynl head was removed. Whon the royal treasury was low Charles I, it seems, "farmed" out certain privileges to manufacturers. Cromwell turned this practice into and Garments Kept at Their Proper Freshness. ridicule and had writing paper printed with the foolscap and bells as a watermark instead of the ropi coat of arms required by law. Parliamentary journals, written on pa per of the size now known as fools- cftp, used a very conspicuous "cap and bells" as a watermark. With the disruption of CrormvelPs parlia ment the cap and bells went out of use as a trademark, but paper of a certain size is still kn6wn as GESTURE W. T. Cooper & Co, The Secret. of a Good Figure Hundreds of often 11m It the. brassiere. thou, anil uf wamon wear tlio llicn-Joli- o Brussicre for tlio reason tli.lt tlicy renranl it ns hroAsnry as a corset. It supports tlie bust uml hick nml elves the flirure tlic youthful oiiUJtio which fashion decrees. SETS HIM ABLAZE Impassioned Eloquence of Lawyer 'S nltes Box of Matches In His Pocket. Lawyer Tommaso 0. Conti was defending Paolo Miraglia, on trial m the iirooklyn county court for senu ing men out to solicit money f6r a fako mission. He was in his best form. lie called heaven to witness the supreme innocence of his much' abused client. He beat his breast ''Counselor, you.'re afire 1" cried Judge Ilylan. "But not" cried the signor, in great surprise; shouted 'two husky "But yes-icourt attendants, grabbing ofE the signer's coat and beating out the flames in a box. of matches that he had hit as he struck at his heart FROM EGG TO ADULT. A cako of magnesia and a clothes brush aro a frugal woman's best friends. After brushing a dusty gown rub both slJos of any soiled spots with tho magnesia, wlilch comes In cakes for that purpose, hang it away for a day or two and then brush again. Tho spots will bo found to havo disappeared. Caro taken with dainty clothing Is tho secret of dressing well on limited means. The lato Mme. had a wonderful collection of laces which were worn Instead of kept for show alono. They were cleaned with magnesia, liberally sprinkled through tho meshes, the whole wrapped In tissue paper to re: main until the chalk absorbed all tho dirt. Do you cover your own buttons? It means a saving and gives variety to a costume. 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JN'ow is the t ime to build. Get our price before buying. k, A SHOWY MAN. Department M. ED. PINAUD BUILDING AD WELL PROS. TIN WORK OF ALL KINDS Roofing, Guttering and Repairing. Plant Bed Steam Boxes. Country Work a Specialty. HOPKINSVILLE, KENTUCKY. Rear I. O. 0. F. Building. "Ma," said little Tommy Slathers, "I wish my pa amounted to some thing in the world." "Why, Tommy, your father is a millionaire." "That ain't nothing, ma. Henry FcnkePs pa is a band master and leads all the parades." NO RECIPROCITY. When You Build Use Brick. Dalton Bros INCORPORATED. ajHHBBHaSEBBaSECJiiasaD K33HSE2 TICK Co. have for their native towns the less sail. She is the built at Dundee. affection their native townspeople seem to have for them. THE LATEST STYLE. Old Scotch Sailing Vessel. An interesting picture of a Scottish revessel of tho old type "It's a singular thing about some Balling taken by a San Diego was photogcently men." rapher, who Is said to havo followed "How so?" the craft 25 miles out to sea that ho "The greater the affection they might get a view of her under full d laywiiwmiwspill - McClaid & Armstrong DEALERS IN GRANITE AND MARBLE MONUMENTS, CUT STONE OF ALL KINDS. Marble Yards and Office N. Main Street, Between 1st and 2nd SEE ship Dud-hop- e, "He owns a coach dog." "How old fashioned. We have a Deception. French poodle that rides in the auto It many times falls out that we seem Detroit Free ourselves much deceived In others bemobile with us." Press. ITS KIND. CASTORIA Children Cry FOR FLETCHER'S Stj HOPKINSVILLE, KV. Cumb. Telephone 490. cause wo first deceived ourselves. 5 Sir Philip Sidney. OW if ff TRY MEAT SCRAPS Young Chickens are not growing off nicely. Feed Meat Scraps in addition to grain for eggs as well as growth. PHONE 217. If your Urueruavan envernmnnt hank I "There is one suro net to catch has a gold reserve of 16,526 S48 a rich wife." "What's that?" "A coronet." BOTH DANGEROUS. If you want business advertise HOT WATER INSTANTLY The Hot Water Problem for the Summer may be settled without further worry by Installing a ALLEN & JACKSON Miss Buto You really 6hould giyo up smoking; it afreets the heart. Jack Lover By that reajsonins.' 1 ought to give up you, too. TOO HAPPY PC-- Tenth and Liberty Sta. Always at your service. Steam and Hot Water Heating. Job Work a Specialty. Phonea: Office 950, Residence 1067, Hopkinsville, Kv PRACTICAL UGft McSISANE PLUMBER WORDS. GAS WATER HEATER The "GARLAND" hents the water not the room so satisfactorily that once in. use it will never be depensed with "How did Alitr announce her engagement to 11' family "Hho just v! J the finger that had on the dinn.i d ring." f INSTALLED COMPLETE $9 ro. EXP LAIN ID. For Nice Job Work Come Here "The aviator doesn't talk much about his feats, does he?" you sec, they're a soar subject with him." RENTVCKY PUBLIC SERVICE CO. INCORPORATED ri "11, 4 OFKINSVILLE KIHTOCfMN, JUNB M !' r D ainty Summer Frocks v " " Ha ' ' HOPKINSVILLE, KY. A TIMELY SALE OF SMART TUB DRESSES AT SURPRISINGLY LOW PRICES Every woman to whom pretty clothes appeal will promptly surrender to the winsome charms of this collection of crisp, cool, new frocks. These Fairsex styles are all asparkle with freshness. You will want at least two or three for your summer wardrobe, for each design is of simply irresistible type, to which Fair Femininity affectionately refers as a "dear little Dress.'' Black and white candy stripe voile is employed with splendid results in this Smart Tub Frock. The collar and cuffs are of hemstitched organdie. Value $3.95. The Puritan collar and ruffles give this style a quaint old fashioned charm. It is fashioned of white dotted Swiss. This bewitching frock is also furnished in exquisite Organ-die-Ra- These are just the styles that a smartly groomed woman adores. They will set the Summer girl's heart aflutter. Yet, just look at the prices. Come and see them with your own eyes try them on.. You never saw such becoming styles. Ample assortment of sizes and colors, but would advise an early call, as the choicest garments will be the first to be chosen. BARGAINS: cobweb-crepe-lace-voi- FRIDAY, SATURDAY AND MONDAY WE OFFER THE FOLLOWING EXCEPTIONAL Coatee dress of thin cool voile with black zebra stripes. The organdie collar and cuffs have accordeon-plat-e- d ruffles that add a dainty, girlish touch. The skirt is plaited and "tubs" like a linen handkerchief. $6.50 value. PRICE. ye PRICE V fabrics. PRICE $5.-0-0 value. Dainty voile frock of cubist It has hemstitched organdie collar and cuffs. The organdie yoke has hemstitching and tiny baby tucks. There is an air of refinement in this frock. $7.50 value. PRICE dice-desig- n. Something new with a delicate tissue over stripe. Colors, black and white and Copenhagen and white combinations. $9 50 value. PRICE r' $2.79 Memory Restored. $3.79 Game Here Tomorrow. $4.79 $5.79 $6.79 GRADUATE "Co. D." has secured a baseball Toronto, Ont. Purley Douglas Bailey, son of Prof. George Bailey, game for Friday with the Madison-vill- e Sensib'es to be played in this of Cazenovia, N. Y., who, while sufcity. The Sensibles defeated "Co. fering from lapse of memory, in the Rojal Canadian dra- D." last week 6 to 0 in a hard fought goons in Toronto on March 11 last, game, but the local boys will be under another name, has recovered strengthened by the addition cf his memory Bnd probably will be Pitcher House, of Russellville and n discharged. Biiley, a graduate of several other star play. The boys will put in the week in Syracuse university, f e I forty feet while engaged in tree surgery in practice, getting ready for the game Denver. The shock of a fractured and expect to put up a tough fight jaw received in a baseball game at for a victory. the barracks several weeks ago Quarterly Conference. brought back his memory. d Hop-tow- DR. BEAZLEY The third quarterly meeting of the Hopkinsville circuit, M. E. Church, will be held at Shiloh Saturday and Sunday. Preaching both days by Presiding Elder, T. L. Hulse. Quar- terly conference Saturday (Eye, Ear, Nose and Throat.) Specialist SPECIAL SALE! FOR SATURDAY ONLY. GOLD MEDAL HOSE Woman's Pure Tram Silk "Gold Medal" Hose, Silk Lisle garter top, seamless, double heel, sole and 1 A toe. All colors LuC "Gold Medal" double knit Silk Hose, with seam OA,, All colors Extra Heavy "Gold Medal" pure Tram Silk Hose, with all improvements QQ and all colors All of our Men's 25c OC Silk Hose, 2 pair lor.AoC 0C Special In Footwear All of our Women's Cloth Top QC novelties $3.00, $3.50 yi.vu and $4.00 values at All of oiir Manss'Kiley Ox- fords for men. $5.00 flQ OC N'0J and $6.00 values at CM Come in and see these values before you buy elsewhere. ft SCHWARTZ SHOE STORE No. 18 East 9th. x the southern main sewer" was not of the Lyon circuit court. Down in Lyon, and in fact, in sufficient to charge property owners on "Adams street and Colltge place," Calloway and Trigg, it is often reover which the sewers was built on marked "that Mr. Smith is no its course from Lexington avenue to match for Mr. Allensworth on the Of Importance Affecting Mun- the southern main sewer, with the stump." Picnic, River Trip and Auto cost of construction. Mr. Allensworth's friends in Chris Whirl are Arranged lor icipalities of The Fifth Municipal Corporations tian county are now claiming that Streets Sewers Section 3105, Ken- he will carry this county by not less The Delegates. State. ,y tucky Statutes, providing that "no than 1,500 majority, and some think error in the proceedings of theCoun-"ci- l it will be even larger. The Kentucky State Association of The Court of Appeals last week shall affect the validity of assessIn Trigg county, since the recent Graduate Nurses will hold its annual de- ment for sewer improvements" ap- joint debate, it is claimed Mr. Alrendered a number of important cisions affecting municipalities in plies to some error or irregularity lensworth will divide, if not carry convention in Owensboro starting: Appeals from Fayette Circuit Court. that does not go to the extent of be- that county. In any event he is as- July 15. The convention will last three days. In addition to nurses Opinion of the court by Judge Car- ing a substantial violation of a man sured of a substantial vote there. from all parts of Kentucky, promiroll, reversing. datory, statutory provision. argument Mr. Allensworth's nent physicians will be there and will First Municipal Corporation- s- Sixth Municipal Corporations against a third term, or anything -- Dedication and Acceptance Estoppel. The property owner is akin to life tenure in office, seems be heard in addresses. Streets Mayor J. H. Hickman will welof. Although a street may have not estopped to contest the validity to have been very effective throughcome the nurses to the city in a been dedicated to the public use and of a void tax. out the district; Pembroke Journal. speech on Thursday afternoon. Sevused by the general public for many Seventh Municipal Corporations eral nurses will respond to the mayyears, this use does not constitute an Streets JurisdictionalRequirements RICHARD II. LACEY or's words of welcome. acceptance by the city, as the city Where an ordinance or resolution REPORTED CRITICALLY ILL. Plans for the entertainment of has the option of accepting or not providing for the construction of an I have been made by the accepting a street dedicated to pub- improvement is lacking in some featFranklin, Ky., June 23. Richard organization of graduate-nurses- . lic u e. ure necessary to confer jurisdiction, H. Lacey, agent for the PennsylvanOn Thursday night a picnic Second Municipal Corporations this insufficiency renders the entire ia railroad, and one of the Streets Acceptance of. The meth- proceeding that follows the enact capitalists in Southern Ken- luncheon will be given at Hickman ods by which a municipality may ac- ment of the ordinance void, and the tucky, is critically ill at his home park. On Friday evening at 7:30' cept land dedicated to public use are city cannot charge the property ow in Franklin, Recently Mr. Lacey o'clock the trustees of the city hospital will be hosts on a boat trip. On. of great variety, and acceptance may ner with the cost of improvement. submitted to an operation at Mayo Saturday afternoon autos will take be manifested by acts and conduct Falconer & Falconer for Mulligan Brothers, at Rochester, Minn., and indicating control or regulation of et al.; George B. Kinkead for Pat he was brought to his home here in the nurses over Owensboro and th& the dedicated place. terson et al ; Forman & Forman for a special coach. Since then he has vicinity. The session will be held in assembly room of the First Bap Corporations-Stre- ets McGregor, et al. Third Municipal been unable to leave his bed, and his the tist church. Acceptance of. Although malady is of such a nature as to preSection 3094, Kentucky Statutes, proclude any hope for recovery. Mr CLAIM LETTER vides that when a street has been Institute Instructor. Lacey is the owner of the Mammoth dedicated to the public use, it may IS MISLEADING. Cave railroad and a handsome estate Frof. Macon A. Leiper, member of be accepted by ordinance, this methRecently the Cadiz Record pub in Franklin, and is perhaps the the faculty of the Western Kentucky od U not exclusive and the city may wealthiest citizen in Simpson county. school, and whotauffljiit accept the street by undertaking to lished a letter from Calloway coun His wife was president of the Fed Statd Normal control or improve it, or by directing ty boosting Hon. Denny P. Smith eration of Women's Clubs and only last summer at Peabody collSre. the construction of a sewer in it. Nashville, will be the intsructor of and making the impression that he is recently retired from the office. Fourth Municipal Corporations-Sew- ers. strong in Calloway county in the the Christian county institute which Old newspapers for sale here. will begin on August 2. Section 3105, Kentucky race for commonwealth's attorney. Statutes, provides that an ordinance This letter was reproduced in prac for the construction of a sewer shall tically all the papers of the district. not be passed until a resolution de- Since that publication a number of claring the construction to be a ne- the best and most reliable Democessity and "setting out in general crats of Christian county have visitterms the property subject to the ed Calloway, and met large numMrs. P. E. West's iRadnor Travel Club increases in number and payment of the same" shall have bers of voters, who expressed the interest daily. People are enrolling readily for Pike's Peak, Crysbeen passed. Under this statute it opinion that Mr. Smith will not cartal Park trips and reduction on ticket, was a jurisdictional prerequisite to ry that county, as claimed, but on TIME IS EXTENDED TO 25TI1 OF JUNE. the letting of a contract for the con- the contrary, his opponent, Mr. Everybody enrolling by that time will have these extras. This struction of a sewer at the expense Allensworth, is assured of a large $5'enrolIment is applied on your ticket and if for any reason you of abutting owners that the resolu- majority. fail to go. money is refunded. If you do not care to take these tion should describe in a general way The statement in the same letter two extra trips Radnor will give vou $5 for Pike's Peak and $2.50 the property to be charged with the that Lyon county will go practically for Crystal Park coupons. Enroll now and save $10 on your trip, go later. Sceriic Trip $160. Busy Man's Trip $130. costruction and a resolution provid- Bolid for Mr. Smith afforded much ing for the construction of a sewer amusement to the a any Democrats "on Lexington avenue from a point who heard the joint debate between near Maxwell street to connect witV (he two candidate on the flrtt day HIGHER COURT DECISIONS NURSES s Ow-ensbo- ro best-know- n EXPOSITION TRAINS Telephone 430.