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DAILY KENTUCKIAN 



E»t«b uh  d 1S79 Vol XL-Daily Vol. 1. 



No 147 



Mr-PKINSVILLE. KENTUCKY, WEONBSOAY. AUG 28, 1918. 




Pric* S Gate 



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'1  - and 



■ Sdhohal Comment J 



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Hi* Pranih Iroopa kav* rfiil 
Mm AiMto in forr* aMr Um (Mm 
n4 M it i«fwrta l an on ftm H 
■NMk llM rwr of tlM 



HINDENBURG UNE SNAPS 
ROYE FALLS TO FRENC 



to 



tiM 



IHErJiB 
Off WH A 
IK Ml 



S*V«llt««n mrmhvni of thi" tT«w 
^ Patrol boat numbfr 9 ar» 
miaatac anT^ kaiicvcd thay war* 

kllM wh»n tht boat waa Hn t apon irLSNDID EXHIBITS. WELL FILL 



and aunk by an inrominB 
mltaa off Sandy Hook 
mlatakan for a •abanarino, 

o'rtork yratcrrUy mominf. 



hnar 
U t 



M 



lO STOCK RINGS AND SOME 
GOOD RACING. 



Tha Pannyroyal Fair op«pad aua- 
i | I  ioDtly yaaUntay Mik a good ab 
The Bntiih ar* ■•ivinrin* boyond trndanrr and averybody pl«aaad with 
th* MmHfnhurg !in». the Kr«n h arclthe good utart made. 



db«iaatin( Royr '1.' ( .' . ar|ia rnvt-j l^bkaurhrr'^ hand mada tpl«ndl4 
ad Snaaian Radi ' (irrmBtii muaic .tml thrrr wai a buiy itir in 

rapoiird tu -i ooling their all drpartmmtii gatting tha fxhibita 
a Borha attark failvd to hav* int i plara 

tha pari) tu fhamin and Mir Mn Alb«rt l.indaay haadad tha 
nrani hlrw iip Han munitmn   i nimiMrr of lni|ir i |n rharga of th« 
I on tha Veak. Pratty goad tor . woman'*  irpartmrnt and many attraa 
MM 4ay. |thP« ashtbiti arr in thr floral hall 

W. T. Doughtrty in charga of tha 
farm axhibiu wa« mora than pi*aaa4 
I with th* way hia appeal* had h»»n 
' I roapoMM to. 



man 



mm 
mm 



POUOWING THE. FUG 

May P'Paoi Imh gmm to.tka Oraat 



SEVERAL HbtfDREO AMERICANS 
■OUT A BOOT OF MEXICANS 

AT NOCALE8. 

(Br AmilatiJ Praaa.). 
Nogalaa. Aria.. A^. ST.— A aklr- 
mtah took placa tu  a | b«tw**n 

Amrr:ran troop* and Mtxicani 

l.iaul. Colonal Harman, rnmmand- 
Ifig troopa at Nogales. wan among 
th* Amaricaa aoUUara wttuided in a 
two-haar Aght irMi Um Haxicaaa, 
which aurtad wh«» UnHtd SUtoa 
aantriaa war* flrad apon by Mexican*. 

Sararal hundrvd troopa .-ngagvd 

Maziena aw) diov, th«m **n ^^i;^^^^ „fi'^\„ 

back inta tkair tow» AoMricMl aol- l.-jj,^, „, mun.tjoa." and "dirac 

tor of air arrvir*" cfeang** cvidantly 
ar* tntaadad to rract aaparat* organ- 
itatioiM. aaek undrr the control of' 
one man who will 
and ba intnMtod wMlr'U| 
bility in thoae Ai»H*. 



Tklrty-aix whita man w*ra aalaetad 
atariair morning by tha local ax 
ampUen baard to go to Camp Taylor 

Tha 



4. 

(By AaaeiaM hmm.} 

Aat. Wl — Um vir- 
tual eaUbliahmaBt of MMiatera of 

Moni«Mi * and of Aviation mmi th*")** moniing OT*r th* L. A N. 
appoiatmalit of B«n*dtet C Crawall "" *•» thiry-aight but tha 
lint aiaialaat aacrctary of war. and { '"'■''d fall two menahortof ihi* aaM- 
iaka IX Ryan, ckiaf of th* b«r*a« of •»•»■ O"* ""n. G*org» I. Coppmlg*, 
niHury aaroM«Ur*. aa tha roapac ," « tra arfar fca a t HUl City. l a a aai. 
tive heada, was anaaoaead today by '"*'''"' aiMlF ttM|^4MMl tm tha 
S*cr*Ury Bak*r Whit* th* o«ciall P'^^V 

Out of the men nelerteil ten ar " 



mm mm m mm mm 
vf m m DooAi mn mm, sweep- 

MG HI KToiiE nm. . 



TUESDAY'S DRAFT A FINF. BODY 
OF yoVNG MEN. 10 FROM 
THE " FRUNMAN 



WHh tha 
Aac. tr. aif ma 
Maa br 
a MHaa 

atl 



Im 1 



la a 



dlars flrad from hai 
peinta of vantag* 

Caaaaltic* on the Mexiran aide, 
according to late reporta, were over 
100 kilM and woundad 
Th* American ioldiera are aaid to b* 
thra* aaMiara killed an 1 uonndcd, 



With the Hritiah Jorees in France. 
Aug. 27 ~ A portion of the Hiaden- 
from ih« flrat draft of June .'ith. 1917 ^"HT Im* northweat of Fontaina-Laa- 
and the other twenty-six 
the rrKiatration of lun' .i thi 
Following are tli^ nanu* 
Ucnj Or* Wx d. .V-ck \V.»;, K. n 
ton S Cunaingham, Korrrst Hnte- 
Richmond, Clarence Hancock, Jo 



are nut 

) car 



Mn. W. H. Datrla km 
at th* aafa arriral a« 
iNthar. W. H. Oibaaik 



af har 



nt 



A 8.  atoiiB. af «i 
*l# Church. «n aBaaiRa i 
laHlvea ta CaaiR Taylar this 

Y. IL C Ji 



Norman Mellon i* in chaifa a( Um  "'l"ding Lieut Col. Herman 

■ Ra lti/ exhibit and lhat taa. H m»\ 

V tha big aurreaaaa. 

|B. II M. ;ntigh*y aa uaual it rap- 

Wb uf the «ioek hana aad tha cat- 
tW askiMt la Nw %Mi tm aavwal 
yaara. 

Thar* ara many exhibtia of bog*. 
•4 live atock far all of tha 



(,f C'roiailleo and northwest of A 

captured today by tha Britiah and 
mopped up. The attempt of tha ane- 
niy tu make a atand on their old line 
a failure The Brit.sh not only 
penetrated the Hindenburg lim- but 
not ian M. Sharber. Andrew Holrno, "manhing through th* German line m 



Haghaa. tha «^ jf^t^ 



paranta of Ban. S. Caraaaagh 
have baaa notified of tha latter^ M|a 
arrival averaaa* Cavaaah li Is Mm 

inJQp^lrt branch of tha aarvica. 

tiaal. Baa 8. CaMpbaH. af Oaaa 
lhalhy ia bar* on a abort farlai^ 
vialUag lb parta«^ Mr. aii4 Mn. O. 
L. CaMphalt 



Or. W. D. Drapar. of Howell, ra- 
c*iv*d oAclal infomuiion Monday 
that hia «an, Fraacr W Draper, had 
ar#»a4 alBly afitaaaa. Yaai« Dra- 
pat la « «MMral tha W. ft 
Ran Corpa. 



WINNEItSIN 
BABY SHOW 



NION SCORING BOYS AND GIRLS 
AWARDED MANY PRIZES. 



IIOI OUT 
TOP All 

muiiG 



KlUDIIL 

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ErereU Parker, Clifton T Boyd, 
aai Buvd. Brnj Henry ^ ounira, 



la. northern Picardy they reachw] the ! I.'.i ling to Douai 



iah and French anaioa who ara 
after th* Germane aa a *ava«ty-flc« 
mile battle freat from narth af Ar 
ras to the regiaa of BaiHana. 

All along tiM front tha (irrmana 
have given way to tiM praaMra af tiw 
Bntiah and French at potato tlHMM 
rrtn at added eooaidenibio to tha al- 
ready aeriou* predicament af tlw an*- 
my from a atandpoint of atl 
Numerous towna and rlllagaa bhva 
fallen into the hand* of tlM Britiah^ 
and French in continaation of tb* 
rtghiing Scarcely anywhere have 
the (ierman* been a hie tu do m0r  
than delay the Allira wh.'n ihey kno  • 
for :i lniil tain to liermji.n Imin .~ ' 
In tlir region around Arra* tli  
ilntiah are now aitride the road** 



Ira outakirta of Bapaame, which ia con 



■Idercd the key of tha enemy linea 
on that aector of the battle front 

The London oflcial statemaal 
*how« (low but eantinaad prsgraaa la 
almoat avary part of tha liaa, fiam 



•MO to 

COUNTT. 



Chief of Palk-e 

' received a telegram 

(By Aaaoclatad Preaa.) . Barkadale. Springfield 

Wa*hington. Aug .'7,- The Fuel Addie Bivena. Hopkfaiavillo, Ey.. any 
Adminlatrator to-day called upon the ing: "Brother got killarf' at t p. m 
public Ea*t of th* Miaaippi river t» by a atroat ear. Came 
ceaa* uaing all cMaaea of motor ve- It waa dated 9:30 p i 
hicla*. with a few named cxceptiuna. Mr. Bivena. near (iracay. wna call- 1 
until further notice a* a gaaohnc con- ed but knew nothing of tha portie*. 
•ervation meaaure Only voluntary Aaothar family af the nama in tiMi 
compliance with the letter and apirii caaaty had aat baan eoauaaalaaaad| 
— — I of tho requrat will prevent the imu- 

Ika bahy ahaw waa tb* on* big^anc* of a mandatory order prohibit^ 
to th* ladia* atling the ua* of gaauline on Sumlay it 



L. Lacy. Louis Carter Hancock. Er- 
nest McKinIc) Hrown. .\rthur Thoni 
aa Hampton. Wni. Ralph Rogen, 
Ifhn Virgil Fuller. Clarciuc Calvin 
hry. Oliver Younc Buren Thomaa 
ing, I eonard CletUit Durham. Jas 
i Kthi l Clarii. Hi rs  hel Cappa. Frank 
Hcrtiert I'epiM-r, EIra While, C.uy 
•ADOIE o«trby. William tirant. Grin Harrow, 
I Hobart Siak. Pcri ylltoaiey. ibhft Wil 
I liam Johnaon, Wni. Bryan Harlan. 
I Joaeph L. Racae. I.uUier Montaa 
r yrateri^ay   Shepherd. Raht. E. Harriaon. Roht 
from LucWiE. Hale.  ;'o»^ L. Coppedga. tiaaa.,Tj| The ■....Mij •# A«vi..li..w, 
III , far arra. fer from Hill Dty. Kanaa, ^h., ^„ 



Freniiad coUinarlMBChi by the 
foe have failed to b«ld haak tha Bctb- 



li. whila 
). «f BIMm gataa 



further anuth 
of Parronne. 

Between the Somaia and U.^ Oilia 
tha French have broken the bm k bona 
of German raslaUnce by rapturing 
Royc North of Sotaaoiu that^gh 
(icrniRn rrsi'tance haa been vlgoawg' 
the Allies are atill advancing. 

Everywhere th* G*rmana have loot 
beavilv m killed and wounded 



TAHMBRS PLEDGE TMU^ 



I THE TEN WAR COMMANDMENT* 




rOtllllOTIIBIS 



SAY THE BAD EGGS DEVELOPED 
TMUM.B Arm BBING 





22 



WlUiaw B. Laa rar la at haaN from 
Caaip Sherman. Ohio, on a ahart far- 
lough Ha la viaiting hia brother.' 
Btrouhc Lander and hi* parentk. Mr 
and Mia. i. B. Laate wiU arrive 
toka wiu 



Rev. Paul 8 Powell ha* been or- 
dered to report at Atlanta at m ' r to 
reaume hia army work with the Y. 
M C A ind left laM iMiih*. Ha haa 
been aulMtituting for hia father. Dr. 
I.ewio I'owell, paator of the Metho- 

 iia ehatch, dariag Dr. PowalTa IB- 



FARMERS AGREE TO 

INCREASE WHEAT YIELD 



UadiaoMvill* , Ky . Auk 
a meetlnii of farmvra here from all 
•aotiona uf the country, called by 
Food Adminiitiat'ir (.atlln, practical- 
ly avary ono picacnl agreed to m- 
craaae wheat aeraaga iMit year. Meat 
inga batie been announced fur every 
achaol boWM in tite county fur Fri 
day aflvrnoofi of thi* week, at which 
tinta the farmer* arc to agr«e on the 
aniounl of wlieat. to b« planted. (Jua 
af the coul coni| anii-s of the eountiaa 
an4| owner* u( much tend, will raka 
100 acrea nest year accordiag ta aaa 
of th* ownrm of the land. 

Wli.SOH JU. TURNS FROM 

WAR omCK WNItflUNG 



There war* 
babiaa onto red into tha throe e 
boya aad Rhik Mmwu aaparatoly In 
aaeh alMib Jfhl friiea were IS., M 
and It iTaV Im, aecond and third 
priiea in each riaas. Tha chiUrga 
ware aeorod. 100 beiag tha 0Udm 
af pacfaattoa. 

Tha awrda wer* aa foUava; 

CLASS ONE BOYS. 
Orar « M .niki aad Uwdar IB. 
Firat pri.tr Carroll Myaio. aeo^ 
ag*. 96. mothir Mrv Clay Myera, af 
■. B. 

Saeond prixe Wm A Goode. 91. 

CLASS ONE GIRLS, 
hiial pru* Margaret Ann Ad- 
cork. U.'i, mother Mr*. 8. J. Adcock. 

.Seruiul I'auluie Winn. 8» 4-S, 
iiioiht'i Mrs I'.ml Wiiiri. iit  

Third — Margaret Craia, 
wathar Mra. C.   Crain^ 

CLASS TWO BOTI^ 
h'lial J.'st'l'li I'rieat, 
.Mra W I Tricat. city. 
' Second- Wm. McCtana migll. 
At|9S. mother Mia. Will BUt^ 

Third- Joaeph Oarrott, Mi BMikN 
Mr*. J T Garrett. R- ft. 

CLASS TWO GIRLS. 
First— Oaiathy BhaahHa. H% 
mother Mra. Bay 



HMb. 



Vaablngton, Aug IB. 
Wilaon laU today walked to tha atoto 
war and navy buUdiag hmm tht ^Mto 
houae aiui vialted Saaratary Bhkar. 

vi)h uhui.. h* ramaioad Ut "laafataaaa' w.tft. 
moca than a haU houf. ^ Tha Praai-*^ P 



95H. 

R r  

Thir.! Kluulicth ■, 
mether, Mra. Fred Monk. 
R. 1. 

CLASS THREE BOYS. 
Tw* Yaar. and Under 3 

Firat-- Henry R. Morrw, 
iiiutner Mr  Will Munria, R. 2. 

Second (jarnett .\nnatrong, 
9«. mother, Mra tiaiiiatt A. 

Tbird^ .lohn B Higb**, U 



Jr.. 



CLASS THREE GIRLS. 
ffnt Yrtla Fr*«dB(an, 
•d^ptod daugMcr Mra J L 



Ptaa4- 



wai declared at the Fuel Administra- 
tion. AutoraobiMa for hire will ba 
included in the curtailment program. 

Motor vehicle* to which reatrictiou 
do not apply are phytirians' rrho W - 
ambulance*, police votiH 1.   
bars wagon*, m B w a j « iwtT'i ' 
Ing gaaahna, tclephoiM and ;  
ity lapnir outflta and motor w  .. ii^ 
an arraada ad naceaaity in rural com- 
aMMitiea. Tha action token it 

ia to p ravan t a threatened 
of gaaahaa fpr ahipment 



LE BROKEN 
IT IS ADMITTED 



aad aacial ai c tiaa off 

of PatrioU. with baad- 
in Paria. 4 Rue Ste. Aaaa^ 
_ diatribatad a leaflet, aigtoc IMB 
WaAtoBlaa. Aa» t*^-J^ ■••,fkaacb to eadgr* withaat caaiRlBhih 
ready with 110 per cent iacrMuc of tha raat r t iti aaa hapaaad apaa Ihaai 
wheat, or whatever ciee yotn^ depart- 'ia tha taitafaat of thair coaalry. Tha 
meat may lull upon oa to do to help. '"Bawlag ia a aapy: 

win the war." Thia ia tiM 



1. 



anay aa tha 




MPS 
troopa 



tha Vmui fraat fraai Vtodteaa t ak 
At ■ agiaia lt a Nilatai a a ppo i tod hy 
aiaMrad can. a ttoc had tha holahrrlh 
ttaopa in tha toea al 
An aad ro«ta4 tha4i. 
Tha Btriha al VMIvaatak la tanaia- 

id OUaaM oah- 
At tka afaaaal 
a aaHaaa MHha bataaaa alrik 
hat 
Tha dk- 



eariaaa 



aff work 



haea 
aff VMWa- 



ltaM«a|»..W 



CIATB BON 



A Baaaka prtaaa who rocoatly ar- 
in Loadaa. aacordiaB to tha 
Dally MaU aaahraM tk 
■an ai^lBa MMai aff 
aaa aflha MnaaTUBHar. Aftoa 
tha fathar waa aaacatad. tha 
kiv weal to the aaa aairlag: 

"We Ulkd yaar Hiku a *»^w 
daa^ fcr a dag.' 



With tha American 
Veale, Aug 2f! -liai 
lieve that Germany ia not pknniag 
itny more ulTcnaivea becauaa of tha 
■•an povier Bhort.ago according to one 
of a paity of seven of a German pa- 
Irel oaptare'l by the Americana early 
Bwday, aa^l of Fismea. The aoMkr 
who waa a former hank employe and 
the owner of u Uerlin reaUurant, 
said the aoldicrs i|a longer had any 
aathaakam far war. Moat of than 
with whom be cama-in contoct beliov* 
ed the war would end aoon. 

The prisoner bad bean Agktii« 
three years and deekrad ha was thor- 
oughly tired of it Ha said tha 
aoldiers undaratood that tha Gonaaa 
kaaaa during tha racaat alUad effaa- 
oivaa had baan very groat. The ra- 
porta wore craditad hy the aoldiats 
and ware having a damoralising af- 
fect. He said he knew of nna dlvia- 
kn of 11.000 which had hren radt M 
ad to leaa than I.OUO Ha did aat 
know what became of tha men. 

Plenty uf Germait-s, h* kddej, 
wuuld  !ra -rt and surrender if given 
the opportunity Many of tbam ara 
conatontly watching for a rhanca to 
give* th*ma*lv*s up to th* Ansart- 
c«ii  TruubU haa been threatonod 
in the (ierman muniUun planto and 
the army Itaderi were tightening eaa 
diti  n.i there He aaid thn ruka gavw 
criiini' munitiun worhan Van IMto 
atrict nuw than ever 

(• rmany, he uiid. haa plenty aff 
aniunitiun. but llic maa-puwar q u a e 
tiun aikI the actual entry of Amer 
ican troopa into th* lighting ara war 
lyiag tha miUi 



Mr. 



W. J. ras. af Fas 
tha actka aff tha faad 



moea than a haU houf. ^ Tha Praal-^ F. •  '. Sarah ^iMa MUkr, IB. vu- . t^-Tt^- aad *■« «# BtoWaaBad. m ttad to a to tb* aMc 

a».^W • ^i«w^a»i«fUttl'*W'••-7J^^ 



tti. 



la RHBa a par 

eaatago of ipilkga. 

Mr. r«c nya hfc eaaipany aa Jaaa 
IT raaal^ia d a ddpaMat af 
Sbaraa Orava. Taaa.. that 
haatad to tha trip hy wagon aad whaa 
caadkd did aat show th* "rod rot" 
that di»alapad aftar rh l paiint On 
arrival M haan htar tha traahk, 
had apvaarod aa4 tha Bm waa ra-!.l7!* »' 
BIBB « 





to tha y. M. 
aad tow aff tha 
L aad BaM. h Wm, 
ara to thaanay. Thay ara n ipwra 
tiiW. ha mm, !■ avay way ttWB «•• 
aad hat fht thk fa«t tha 
waaM aa daaht hava haaa 
tha gaatk rapthaaad kipaaad. Thay 
acaapt tha paaktoaiat aad aiRa thair 
patraaa to ha Man aaaaffhl thaa aver 
nat ta kt a0i aaU to tiMn ba aa- 
peaad to totoan haat to 



LaakviBa. At* 



Uihar:«a»a|l«.M. 



h tOBB. Ifa 



Mka Aaito Bkad aad Mr. CBffor I 
iaofcaaa, aff LaaiwriUo, wan aMrned 
at I a'etoafc yatooaday affla w aaa at 

It wda a panh waMlM aad tha af- 
AciattoB wtoktir a«» Br*. W. B. 
aff 

aff tha Bagtkk ahaiah to 
Tha 



I I  (io farmers of 

Indi 

the 

daya ago 

It Indicated alao that men in defer- 
red claaaiAcation realise that they 
iawe a spacUl duty to their country. 
I for It came t-nm farmcm arho have 
ben given tlta oppartunity to keep 
at agricultural production. Tha mat 
of the telegram, from H. B. AsMaik 
rural director of the deferred ragk- 
 ounty. aaid: 
Thirty-throe hundred men mat on 
ll^i Saturday ami | erfacted the deferred 
'registored men's organixation of Mad 
kon county, Indiana Altout 1.400 
of ua are farmers. Although our; 
com waa severely fro*ted on the 21' 
of June, we nre guing to incraaie our 
nuiiik «r uf brood sows ten per cent 
Secretary Heaaloa's Raa^aaa. 
In expreaamg the gratitude of tha 
people of the rountry tu thia aaaocia- 
tion of war farmer*, the Secretory 
of Agticulture aent th* following toi  
•gram 

'Men who have been givei. defer- 
red riasaification o.'. ocrupational 
grounda owe a special serviir to their 
country That you are cunsi lous of 
thi  special responsibility I* evidenced 
by yuur patriot u aition In the orgaa- 
latiun of the .irferred regiatranU in 
yuur   ounly It la gratifying to the 
Department of Agriculture to have 
this exprrsaiun from you pledging In- 
creaavd foo l production in face of un 
faturablc weather eondit to aa. TWa 
the county aicents th* Dagartmaat aff 
Agriculture haa ancaan^iad actka 
thraagbeut th* country dadtor to 
ta yaar aaaaty." 



Do aat forgot that ar* sro at 
la yaar nadkal aapaadltom 
■ff tha totanalofftha 



ry far tha ma aff 

haana, cktf 
Acaapt ra ti aaa 
to 

a. 




k 1^ aM aff 



If our aoldkn daUharatad n 
aver doing thair daty aa same aff ear 

anRk at home heaitote ovar doing 
ttilla. Uk victory would be doabtfai 
Min Maltha Gary haa baan pro It U a sort af ftnaacul eowardka 
to a pkaa to tb* adtoe of the to haaiuto ta put your mon*/ la Unit- 
Co ia ed Sutea Coverment securtMea. aad 
Mb* la to dalibaraU over the wisdom and fbs 
bg Mra. tnetitm of the lovsatmant a to 
, tato ta aupportiag uai »*ldieia 



troopa. tha 
the aaaii aff aar 
1. Ba 

to yaar aga aad yaar aMMty, 
far yaar saaatry. Do aat 
wilhat prodaeiac. Idtoaaw k 




Accept ni t haa t marmi 
vatiaaa which are Impaaad apan yoa. 
RaBeet apon tha auffertnga of those 
«lha ara Bgittii^ for you, upon tho 
maityr^an aff th 




aaa i« Mt 





f 

M Doily KMtuckkvi 

«kl »iM.'d Every Moniin;{ Cxctpt 
llooday by 
^ CHAS. ¥. MKA( HAM 

I Editor, rim. M. Meii»»i«». 

,fl|c« d Br* in.l Clhia VhiI MatUr 

L U •th. BonOi K^ucklM 1H7» U 




•i3 -Wsfc^ IHR DATB- AfUr yoor 

OUmt'"^ Tl » Vniln\ r.j^oUtl..,,. 
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ATTENTION, SOLDIERS! 

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pieoe and carries a guarantee, that should anything prove unsatisfactory it can be 
npmkwd free ol chafffc in SwitwrUiwi. Come a Mid tee thit wcick be fe i B you 
huf. 



ICni R HnWF JEWELERS AND OPTICIANS 

ESlKJLM Ol ITV/TT1^9 The One-Price Store-No. 8 IV 




Main St.—Phone 344 



fttENCH POET'S BIRTHPLACE SHAITER^O BY SHELLS 




Thu p^ycr hat ci 

p i^MCitfT^Lmctica ror the 
Z SerSwrof the war 



I 



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/ISbar of tk« A»ocMla4 Praa* 

..Jtlit Awi-i ' r ■ •  in rxcliuive- 
ly cntitl'"! I for rcpublir.i- 

li. 'i .f ill !■  1 .11 imtches rreHiU'l 
t' •'T ii'i' oth -rwiM m Mtr l in thin 

, (V.' . 1 111. I iiUn ih«  local n»w« pul*- 
II.'! IK rt in. All nghU of republi- 
raiiun ui ipceial (lw|wlcbw ImnUi w 
also nMVW^ 




nnthlnf rtur ilrwTitxii l( — (be 

n t nm. 
krfnnr- 
Mill li'jrnnd 

wr 



. |MTf..iiy tralnM. to wMfk 
» 111.1 rfflc««^qr p Hfcg #J» 
-nnd pntta*. Mr MW  
Mlvflk TklB AHmS 1^9 




AT 



M.,.liM)nvill.-. Kv. Aiiif 2fl Th» 
itrvrnty-tliird traninn nf Ihr 1x)Uia 
ville Annoal Conffrrnrr of th« MMh- 
ndiat Eptacop«l rhurrh. Jlouth, wfH 
iiirft in Ma^lMdvillr. Srp(rinb«r 
nn l th* MMioM will b« iMid at 
 ;am -k IhMltrt, m Unio* ttnM. 

Il l 'hop ColMw TVnny. of Rkh- 
inon.l. Vs., will pmiJf at thii (Malos. 

• : P. OUtaa «n ba tka kMl af Um 



COURT mumM. AWAmsk 

Jobfi A. r»«T»nn. a (In* li«ut*naa(( 
(tatienad at ( amp Travii, T»x , wha 
waa arrtatad In Naahvill*. Autwt t, 
on a rkanr* of impanonatinr a ca^ 
Uhi in dt« INittaH Statv* anny, ka i« 
*ha*nt fr »m hia i ommand wit)M«t 
I'-ara, naW«r Wnrlhleaa rh«rk( aad 
f mi* f\ MWvminit an aiMr mi4 • 
B«l»nMi.1»M e«h.p a^fi^l^lar 

rrtiirf murtial 
frttMT'artf '^lll ^ IW^mW• .Htarhanr* 



Om AimM 
ton to Um fM 



In riMMa. 



All 



Ua«t. MMk l^h. «f Dawaaa. fti 



DMi't aaa 



j DRaBEAZLEY 



TtiU Fmii h "til. i.ii |ilioi..uri ph tin- ruin 'IihI lU 

• nu Thiprrjr. no ili- r  ail in Tafia. Tbo *iUafa la Uta blrihpiaca tt 



. J La r»rir Kil.'i.. i!r,,..| of ("ba- 

tka giMl rrenrh and pUr rUht 



r 



THE KCNTUCKIAN FOft SALE 

It i  K.y parpoM- la nU ia (Mai a*-, 
iMrtiriiiatlaa iR (ha 
 .uaiBaa« in tka iiaar falMa, la 4^ 
Ola my altantiuii ti  nthcr affairs. To 
.hal and, the Hiuly Kvntucliian ia 
V rrl.y offtvail for aato. lU buala— 
a. n .1 ■utm i a tf u l basil aa4 aiiwaa • 
iffxr ir.jToaaa iMa MaaMi to aMatfb 
Tho ileclsiofi a n aa— t a  baa baan 
hartansd by Iha iairtaatilK 
of stcatUw ram|*"ta«t ■ 
_J.ibat to ^Ulsh ihv papar. Am to 
I lie faet that e«*ry man of nlHtary 
' !i Ihr force has baf* aaSa4 ta 
VI.... Tha iriaDi «« ba MM 
will) 01 without tha balMiag il baa 
laag awptod. Prom tba ri^ puty 
a preraattion to lease might hs a»- 
larlalnM. liiutinr   antraota wfll ha 
ciirc'i for In tiie traaafar. 

CHAS. M. MBACHAM. 

.oo- ■■ 

Thar* ara samo ^viaaa ia 

6o«tb Uatid. from 





Wh.  m- iv~ W -x- tmmf mww% tmrnm 

ii rj Ua*« Ifeo iwotrrtbHi of arttnary 
aai gM, att4 awrrr ' - ^.   it romea 

"Par fT««n f»al1n» I ■• -i .tn. «» .trrad 
•C (b» rtt.i..;. vTrry man nprmmcd 
sagiri»a a lu cH oat^ of kaaplial aai 
atkafMM. 
a ftiaii ar 



at an old f(iniili"ii*» «Iim' in .i 
aide hy wn »!'  ••— :!;•■ l:';!n of all^ 
to oiotlou".!... all.) up t^" 

if mi«li of irtlllcry flr^. A 
tti« ball M n banc^ nh .T   
lo taatwarl. nn.J a V.-.lly 
baaf* iMt lay* a tIti.) Mark iiiiiu lse 



Eyv.Ew.NsiiarfYIMM 



Pitlcrred Ucab 



1 IMKt). & GOVERNMENT 

WILL INSTALL AT 



PM TAXI— 4MI 1. R. 



iriL 



«s a( 



r Whan Thty Oat Inta Actual FlgM- 
fc^ Cantaet With Foa Thar* 
la Na FtflM kalt 



. yla ara bainir b.inoMito4, aa c a rt ina to 

a report from the gardsa 4aVMtMoat 
of the muneiiwl rirwaHM aaauitt- 
laaaad Uito marniag. 
I 4m an TakMd at HM,! 



L— do«.— A Mval atlaeba wha aaw 

ahotit M) AmiTli^u tiiiirliiw In hnapllal 
»nifT**fliiK fr'-iu w..ii'i.|v ,.r In 
(be re vul CH'nunii ..(r.'ii«i\. f. iiod 
»TWy on., nt th.-m full .if . Ii. .-r r.-turd- 
lag Ibv future; every one aaxlou* In 

M* Win •■4 ba back hi tha ItfMtea 
Maa. 4^4 avwr aM ar ttMB hsM a 

pimr n|i(nlaa nf Prits as a flgliliiif man. 
Thify war* afuaiinoaa, the attache d*- 
iiar«4, la atstli^ thai tha OarawM 
•are l «(-dtataaaa IgfelOT aa^ Aaaaa 

of th .Tii said: 

"Til. V tini n.il I.I liii.l wli.'tt lli. % HT.. 
Ill) yiinl . itwtiy wlib a marhlne (uii, bul 



BANDITS MVKOeH MAMMtS. 

W H..liiiiKti i . Auk. 26. — Three 
wan killod and 

on. u..iiiirl(..| in a bloody flght with 

bei.ijii.- II il... |.ri.\ iiK'v, 8aat« Do- 

miiiKi' iivpuru rvacbini hara today 
f»), that 
Ulled. 



•vartafa Iha 



Overheard. 

jaeh— Tan - "i i Ju'i«» • 
way h«  lri.t.».;», 

f:.„.j I t '\orii luMMT. I eaa loll 
a ^. (iilr-Hiuii by Ma got-ap— la (ha 
rrnw.tr.d alcval 
I. rl| t. 



by dM 



Traa- 



' | n.«t to«t W.. (row MUoa 

tha Ito  |( I* •Mwalai Isr 

"*~Vjj.n«|» ■a|at!r f in u . ». r*i.^ of 
th^ Mmay M .' nui; ' ' '  ja» i 
i ' , aa t^Um^tb a will «»r fur aac* 

J I I n»mb-ra ritoafti»"U  iu»i. 

Pwor Oholly. 

i Mi« Ai ii.i \^ by. ••b'«  . bow yoa 

I t «uii(i  ywttncr". 

s 



Mflaa assarted that 

I (onuadaa •»* Into s - 
Igal H|[httat contnrt win (he enemy 
Iba-ri* «raa ijo nchi lift In hiro. Tlii.n 
(be flemisna w.iuld llin.w d. »ii lliclr 
luaa, and. watliiK thilr linn.lH orer 
Ibeir bmdH. iry imt "Kaim-iad I" 
Feel Contempt for Huns. 
tHir men." atkM the attarfca •^•a 



)n«tlT prr o 1 of the 
that the asariii'ii had made, nnd 
llieir morale an *  r ^l to he of thw 
i.ry hichwit qiiell'T. The rh'«-rf'il 
rv^«ji of all. Inrliidlns "..me Infnntry la 
the wardi.. may l.e i.iiriitnarlx*-.| hy the 
reauirh nf one reeneerlog from gaa: 
■Why.' ha saM. ihsaa H aaM di ^ la it 

win alpa rrtta aC «w wa^ Md «• 
wilt Mt oar Belt OtotakMa 4toMr at 

home nt that.' " 

A llrltUh nOlrer who ha« iuM n murb 
nf the Amerlmn marine* at their hr«d- 
qiinrtrrn In Krenre. and ne 'n Ihein nt 
work BKnlnnl the IVirhe. writliif .m 
whnt h»  l -i  Tlbea a* "an lni.tru.llve 
gllmpae at tha American war hplrit 
Mi4 kmmnm iMHiary la tha Held." 
aaya: 

"On the roads to tha front there is 
perpetnal mneemeat. Hnadreds of mo- 

t. r Inrrlee, each one parked »lth 
l-'r.-il' Il H..l.ll..r... i)ii.«  un In quick sij. 
.-eiwlnn .in tli. 'r m n \ i.i iin. 1h. r piirt 
of the line. \. 1 nfMin we pii-« 

bodlsa of Amfrl.iiii tru i|ia on the 
aC women and 



oear tha fbca at ■ 



nrcaalaoal pair of r'nf davaat 
llM incpngmlty of war I 



Bttto 

adtto *nt AghUaKaMt 

'A marln.. oMaar wha ^.t  hnd a* 

al.'rp r..r tlir. - al^Ha cmn*'^ I'l .tiKty 
hit . b.- r'lil. from the tr« i. ■ The 
Trinriiien nrv .l.'lniT tU.-rii-. i ■ .1 

...ir thi-r. . h.. •ayHw Tt.. r. I. .in I1...11 
• ..iw mifT flfhtlng In l^• «."..!- Lui 
the Bnrhr «Ui ha*a lo ^lllfl w-.n ; that 

ila iho opiniaa aftttoald 
\ mha hM f oiWht hT asa I 

ba ginbe. We Icaro tba fhrm 
the rol'laaro af a yoang llen- 
j ti^nant. a 'iimth af a hoy,' wiib tha 
I forv of a (Ireak gnd. 

"A totifl. .nrt tmrV nina behind a 
l.. lt of V' !~ nml III thin virlnlty tha 
AtiiiTlcaii 'Tlll.ry l» ■tall..iie l. Wo 
|.|iroarh ..J ■ ..f the hnffrrl.w. well hid- 
.1. n ereii ni rl.nte qoartera. A tela- 
Mi'.ne fill-.! Ki a tree traak ita«i ihaiy 
ly. and lb. .aplala. tsjliM aad wlt^ 
 i«it laato. a 
SB s aaw the can. 
1 -Taty r« d.drr 
' to tha gana. 

"•On barriif..! Plref 
"ThruuKli 111.' lut'pipliono hia 
p. ii.-trat.-!! In every coroor of tho wood, 
nriil tbi' Kunoi-ra loay ta lhatr work lo 
a mnmrnt. QTMht Owah CraA I 
t Tha gaaa Sag aat llair dsa4  
of abMMt aiaMl. 

I to lifc iB U lil i iry St- 
tba iiMli dw whiM aC 
tba aaa ba kHl# ttaP tp aa 
tMV^thaa«Mti4M»*»aHka 



-llBVitaaavMbtWi 




CARRIF.R BOY WANTED- 
pjy to Dally KeNlMckiea Oftce. 

Furaiahed roomi for light 
Modem convaai 
in. Call 347 ni« t. T4-tf. 

Par wall 
laOtiM Mmi Bhb 

Stl Wahiat strvat, ! 

Good Mornlne N«v« 
You 8e«n Th« Courl«r1 
Kvansvill«'s Bm%\ i Ap«r 



I Smithaon Watw Mivaiad T«a» 
Idays and Saturila|% tWaaaSHl. 



PGR lALE. 

Ml-M icbotonhip ia Disaghaa't 
Practical Baaiaeaa Oal 
vUto, Tsnn., gaod fat 
tors cash ia paymaat af taHlMb Wl*l 

BMks Itbsral dtoaaaat. lb«Mia at 
Daily Kantaebtaa o4ka 

NOnCB TO TAXTATSM. 

Taa ara ra^irad to aal al tha 
Caaaty Amisssr'a aMM at aaM aad 
I rivo in yaar Uat of n ags i l j i far las- 
sa. for «B eaaaot Hat a»ag | ha  l| Iha 
taat day. i ba«a fraai My 1, If It. 
to Not. 1. to Hit 14,«M 
era. CaaaafaaatT 
sboald soaM to aaar to 
papiag a iaaaMr 

O. M. 




BETHEL COLLEGE 

Willi Anf Ottnr ii Cfcin^ 



a young MAN'S OPPORTUNITY 

lillh School, ButincM. or CoHagt CmIIM» 
Fur rarihar iMrttaalM, aMfaw 



kentutifcy State Fatrl' 




I e«Rd of 40 WoHil rained 
Oirania of aoO VoImo 



tra.waoa , 

tiMMM ftaaf Caitib i 
•HVMOM Fattad and Paadtag i 



• ••••••••••••••» 



aUTM LAW 
A*r4al Queen 
Oe Luia HI 



AUTO FOLO AUTOMOBILI aAOIt 

•aoet Thriller Wael#s Craak O i Hm n 

btoviiaasNl MIday t psilal R. R. Natos 



la a aaa**«««»««*a*ff 



I T.I 



TIT out 



Resiilte m 



I Speed Programa 




Pacing Races 
Trotting Races 

\ BEST LOfw HORSES 
OF ANYSEASOHa 

RedlllOfi Rates 



COME 




THE PENNYROYAL FAffi 



laeorpermtad. 



Ho|ikiiitville, Ky., August 27-31, IMS. 

FIFTH YEAR 

FIVE BIG DAYS 



MUSIC BY BRASS BAND 
BEST HALF MLE TRACK IN KENTUCMV 



T FiUR IN WESIBW KBQKKII 




TMpwoMtofalMt 



Holuid GmMtl, Pkwkbnt Jno. W* 



''J 



Gnat Exhibit 

iiif Cattle 
MrjCttlli 

Swoie, Slieep 
and Pooltrjr 

AOUCULTURAL 
FLORIAL HALL 

Baby Show Aiic. 27 

COME 





rittjijkii fin wm*Kwm 

Radford & Johnson 

REAL ESTAl E 

^« will adi you afana ln  

 colmli«s. 

W.-ltnow ill'- f.irri lincis of this rommunily «n J 
will do our be»t lo trl^you • guod farm or wi i tell 
you a tkf iMMt mik bl !■ Am dly. 

We hava Mvaral aHnallM hw— ia mt 

for talc. Prior s reasonable. 

n  ri 1 1 \ miln of Palnrltw oa fanU 
provoil Biid w Jl walcrad, akoal lOatm af faa 

tMrcxin :il tl'*,*x ') Ti rMi  ri':.»ntMMr. 

'il.'i ■  I' I iiiil  s :. lulli III llupkiMVill« on 
I'ikr, l.tnil III s « rll, u i i 4 iaiptVTMaMlii Al 

I,, I. II.' !• hill- I iiniiiiiiiiily. 

Com - lo M-c iM and wa will show you lomething 
inlarcstini*. 

Office: P( nnyroyal Building. 



Pork! Fork! Pork! 

Do not neglect your hogs. 

Feed a Babnced Ratkm 

and push them to maturity. 

la tkit way yoa bd^ our gtfr* 
eminent, our arnVt oar oavyt 
our alfiet and yoiirMif aioil of . 



Mr. TlMMa ka« 
•MfMM Miat alM 

»«. r«i l INIInnHy *• tttMrtl h'T 
HN «»ht« i'rpK ■ ibniiMml mllm nwiiy. 
MirtiHl If iipnk»n In. nntt nrlot ji iut- 
• Ily im thoaak nf« nn llil« imrilniliir | — •• 
bit of Iriraln ww m.t wmh Ihr rf- 

fcrt 

"WiMri the OMiMer. Rials; iloa'i fmi 
«Mr ka aiM. "Tm 



^ y «ra Ttwf Mrtitni Mr* mac. •ftvr • 
« ii'r ""liij li' r iklKht. mikii hor utMniv g 
If paid ihf rml. Tlita In rml liar, ■ 

kMw. OfKrf aiMlat Mr. Bl' fafk  
••«■ ara fiiiHir. nuiMi Cartala. 

»r Tiifora MM ««fiM la 
imiKii hat H aa«a Mm aa Mm, aat fea 
li .ikr.i ar ih* ilni* nn Ik* pafwr n»» 
rl - . iilli U'lia tl.*«r unnlTcnMirT n -nr? _ 
ruil.l ihut I* ahal Klul* wa» frrliln* ■ 
' lie ran orer Ihr ••nvnInK iliii -« • 
In hi. BilrHL Iwaiftli. Ihlrfivnili f.mr a 
•( AprtL Ba4 anjr ihloi nr- ~ 
MMiT n« |lMnlM nlh. WIgr. 

M M, Ibair waM^ff ■aa^ 
I A NgM «M kraaktat Btt 
^Mlt aaa ftatttaa for wnnHhlnc •'»*' 
^*aa aMaM tn a»ii r  r \  nirm k«r 
fcaartl B^'d bava to flixl out 

"Kl«l.v wi. hari  an «nnlT  r»»ry In a 
frw rta]ra," ha b««H tMMaUaaljr. Do 



\ 



i 



S^sin^ss of Jfome I 

Taoraiy«»afiiM»Mia«haili \ | 
kaak. k yaar taila raa aa a M- ! 



wMi a 

ara iiallilaa 
aiaay af tka 

Ma caa ba aarrf |a pa^i 
ia tka maaasaaMBl aC «aa 
Ika aaaiti i •! aar hkiy aaato 
li Mffa aaa t iaata w tljr grvm^ 
Wa 



Taa ym* Am't mm to art rtfht. 

all." 

Tib ftrtttif wtn." aha naaaiH. 



Bat attar aaothn 6»t of "acilna ilka 
a Mat baa." aa Mr. TUford anaanUiaaa- 

. _ It 

Tl.a n,^h^ .1^ li^^l. I ^Tli^^tfrtutl^l H -tl 
ar Camp No. 241 Unitari Canfadar* illaHtrilnVita  !■ ■! 
Bta Vatarana. ara notUM that a twonil »tth  lfjf r»«!lT oriry fwo^llln- 
a( Um ramp wHI ka kaM at   (•*■ l r    '' '  "' ) . O" ) '-mrnj ky arrry 
tka eHw •« tka A^iatairt of UmI "M «ioa fka Mas UHt 
Caaip at 10 o'eloHi a. m.. on Sat- j 
onlap, Aaaaat SUI. 1918, at wMckj 

tia^ boatnaaa of tmpoHanca will ba "*»«^ !»• baPPF. Mr Til- 

forU aibia Om aaal  1air. "Arr roa 
warrtaa abavl aisatking?" 

WaiiMT MaL Wkr ihoaM I ba 
wafrtait Tm rmtittf^mmtH'tti- 



I la fol- 



tra a iaiti*. Modiac alaeiion af dala- 
aatM to tha Annual Raunion of Ika 
Conla4«aO» ValMaaa la ka MM at 
Tai«i. OMik. aa mtfk. M la tr. in. 

riaalva. 

UUNTUt WOOD. Sr. ArtJaUat 
W. r. WINFRSC c 



GIN. KAoroaD. 



8 



tralalav la aromiiiy kad boati aa tbnr- ■ 
oaab. Aftar all war w«i ■ (aail lainff S 
In !'  way. It  tta«t|MMad paapla. Ba J 
fmiM hfTord'ta lia (MMaaa ;b 
"WHI. tMak II orar. BIT ii «r. If yaa ■ 
chMiBa y«nr mind lat ni" kmim aai I 
w^tl aaa wkot w» ran tlo ~ !■ 
Thaa Mr. Tlir. r l hml nn inivlraaaa. '5 
Ba tbaagtit of tho mirmr. ia 
"Ot eumm. tbafa atet It U," baiS 

WiM aai *Nm aaar i 



9 9m Cm* lataaaa l aa TkM CarHa. 

catm af Ds|Ma t. 



m 

i 



£ank of J4opkinsvHk\ 




la laak tt a»k' 



i, I. McPllKKSON, Pieiii 4«at, 

CHAS. F. IM(iiK,'CM|4or. f • 

L. H. lMVn,^fc«mablaa(. 

11. U MrPHFK.^oN, Aaa». OaMiUi! 



ror two Dora Mr Tltfortf lookad at,lB BBBBaBBB B— Bf B Hymy BJBM BOTl 

'lonlal lalrmra. If« waat to arary • ■" " (a— iMakMH^^MMavMaa 



itora. art nhof an l iinllqaa Iwiaar In BBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBa* 

Inwn. onlll h# hud urao anoncb nilr- B «i 
mra to bvIM tka PryMal l*alar '. nrSn.. n ■• a ^ V^jT 

that Mbm ba aaa ao ronfnami bo illiln't 
kaow ahak ha waataiL ao ha datar^ 
»laa*«ftli*«N«aaabaMMMaa. It 




Mr. TU«H« anattfcad bin haad la 
parplailty aa ho laaaaMd Ma paprr. 

laaar cvaataraa. Ho had 
•ftaan yaara and aTory 
yaar had addad tn tka Mnnrticm Nni 
that ba dldat lora Wiilr-  |iilt.' i'"- 

Tha Cantral Naw. Photo Sarrlc. i 2li"LJ°^'Sl''''^ 
haa taaaod a eat af Oan. Cyraa Bad- 
faH. af tkia cMy. with tka follmrinit RbdX lllklia« a* 
••■aaaat! on  aa wMh Imt I 

Cyraa BadliiJ af tha U. 8. ! artl« 
Oaiya kaaiwA kaan preaiotad But ihl  n. » nn i •nirrciy nnniiKixM-t 
to tka awA af BHaaAior Ganaral. ae-{ bafflinf. iir had 

rordinx to oBcial dta^tehaa. Ha bl ■■x"^*" ''rr to worry, artuailj 

ai^ of tha aAaara la eharga of tha r**** ^ **'■ ' *  ^ "* 



j BrftwBMldi«S«wfMfi|ivi» § 



i«la 

eiUMUMlIt Ad af 



lick of S 



marinoa who eat Ihalr way thtaagh 
tha Haa Uaaa at lha baMlaaC Gkaliaa 



The Acdie IMillsa 



Incorporaletl 



I:i tha color acbaaia af lift it'a the 
b|aeh ■baop of ^j^^^^^^^jj^^"' 



 piletary 
.emedics 

You RoMl 
About 



X Prices That Are Right 

I'iCarrv a full line of the staLndard ram*- 

 And our t: ailu is brtaK :«nOU#h lO IMUVS 
Ik atocto, at bU Uxxtaa. 

8 M tt advertised tn ^reputable paper, 

i W!l'- Und us always bJdIb (o aupply you. 

to Keep tn stocK all the leteat die. 
! ramedito and ingradtania preaertbetf 

ar I  cbI doctbra. So, no matlar Whal like 

;rtpuon Is. lartnM ttjto ua. 

prices are moat reeaonehle Irnotma 

now hova to tabur 

pp. O. COOK I 



mm 

tOUISVItLE a NAMIVILLB R. B. 



No. U f:44 a. ai 

No M asfa a. ■ 

No RI...... 1:42 p. m. 

V«. OS..: Ui4««.-M. 

Moam 

Na. M t SUT 

Na. M 

^4 a a »• a a a • • • a 

No. Ito .1 ■■itMii. .aiw 9. T 

Na. M l«Ll» 9. X 

m.VL CBAHDLKB. TIekat Aaaat. 



a a a • a 1940 Ba WC^ 

aa»aaaaa»t*a*** aTtBg Ma 



CENTaAL R. B. 
BOUND, 
at llM a. » for fri a aa 



TlOa. 

sas team at U a. a. lot J 




a rood nna. and •» h* darldod mt OM 
nt Onrmlry u f..r tnt  iinndrod dollani. 
»rhl 'h ihry annir Ml hini wa« a jenulna 
an l inr J 
On tha nlabi nf iho foarlaanlh Mr n 
THfafd. carrylns a b«x of roata, arriv. g 
Ml koai« ta ktcb aplrtia. Tha adiror hy ■ 
Hiia ttwa baa aa aaaht ailHad aad tha IB fafBlte Mid 
Hoad wMA baa haaarad aaar Mia. W "~ 
Tllford for a wook would ba imw Baw 

larkT bn had Ihouvht of (vttlBK tt 5 WO BIB 

W hat Ihm nan hl» «uri r1i r on rntrr. ^ i t 
Ini In And Mn. Tllfonl In It:" hull In a ■ bcllaf IbaB 
f»w.-rln« r»«f. nn'1 t.ifnrr lirr on lh» ■ \^ 
IliHir Iwn WH'liiriift Mi mlrrora, liloriil B CMBB 
rnl frnm Ika eagle on top lo lh« gold B 
fratoon aa gip flHaa aad bottom. tO 

"Thry Ml aw N waa iiaMai aa- 1! 
tiaaa. and ibaa aaat ma twa. Aia thay |S 11 «— aa mm^ l^a 4 m mlA lUi 

ta ba bad Ilka BMaat trapak ite tar a 15 »• waw — » ^ waw. im 

alrfcal, that ibay'ra ao eommonf I only ■ oitf dapasftun CBBM IB BBrf 111 BBtaS 9BV IwV il iMha 

haaght oao." a * ~ ^^^^w 

"Vhiol Ton ttoughl onr." luild Mr. B 

Tllford falnHy. B 
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rd ih- nr.i. r hat t caaidat tbiak ofaay 
nmaa. Now Fra got a good ooa and 
back tbayH hath go. Anllqnr - 
haai^l Bat Tm glad tbay mada tha 




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aat. Tkay toM aw R waa 
Haaa. lao." 

"Haary Tllford. yoa old daart Old 
you raally think of oar annlrariMiryY 
1 naa ante you'd forgot after all : thnl'a 
«hy I bought rv own p r aaaet Bal 
oh. Baarr. how r«a aFttBolL Taa aaa 
I aaat tha bOI ka raa." 



tM katna at tiaf fOr 

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Ml atrlvaa 
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al TUt 
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kl e ^artl |ail chaor ap and 

not arany aad atnp aighlnx I'll civo 
.vou tka faar kuadrad liollam. i «  I 
rira* I kaaa baan prrtty tlclit wiih 
liitrly." 

Thro." aaM Mra. Tllford prompiiy 
"I'll hnjr Mbvty Bgaik «a  s.iMikk 
Slnmpok WaBMaltaita ptctura oa 



Mra. Tllford Waa VlaMy Droaplna. 



Ai^V^^ii. BROS. 



TIN WORK OF ALL KINDS 

Roofing, Guttering and Rcpaidug. 
Plat Bed Steam Boxes. 
Country Work a Specialty. 

HOPiaNSViLLE, KENTUCKYa^, 

Ri-ar I O O F RuildinR. 




(Pricaa at ReUil.) 



TBNNBS8EB CENTRAL B. B. 

EAST BOUW. 
11 lr vi'« f„r Naahnlla at T:lf a. bat. 

14 laa^ for NaakTilla at OtU   •.' ^ botlw to lat tha govOramant ua« tha 

BOUND I BMHicyt" Aii'1 aftor an arfunwiii lhat 
r  ii«iinii- l inora wonla than tlda wboto 
•lorr kir TIMord 
I ^ . _ i of tha »ayi that la. 

jmaop jaoaijianiiBo aiaa t»r% aM ohbb ■ 



•KMjra fMt that aka dldat taka 

aorlttiialy rnnogb. parllrularly llr '«kfa»t Bacon, pauad 

luimry na  miica-nird. HImi wa. Ktrit* pat 

foad of prvtty tbiiigi fur b -ra fl( and DgUgg  gg 
fur Iba houaa, ami wiinollmoa, a* lu Iba 

paat wlatar. Mr. Tllford kad ttaaa com- ,, . . . j ■« 

aSlad W rfmwtrati (ouatry haaw, bwsa, poaad....Mc 

^^raa aM^ wr agar. «a «aa1 haao Country bam* wnaU. pound. .11 

^ lizard, pura Maf, pound lac 

37sriSrt~t.b.yatTir7i«ii'«:^^ " : 

, aad • rlww dag Lard, compound, pound lOe 

aoat y^ tUak II w«iid Cabbaga. par pouad lOe 



It arrivaa from NaabriUa at \*M 



Iriah potatoaa 

Lamoaa, per doaai. . . . . 
Chaaaa, criim, par B 



INSTALL A GAS 

RANGBNdW 

l^limekbellarllMB the pt m ytjftji. 4Ewam;ip» t 

boa 



ing the home from the ootl dust ^^J^jj^ 



fraikn the dipodgefy of tho coii^ 

ASK US HOW TO » 

Kentucky Public 

iaoBB»«^ATao. 



THIS 





for tha hall. 

Hy Wadaaaday rwntag Mr. 
waa lu daapalr. Mr* Tllfurd waa fM' 
bl) driNipliiK. iinil .till i u aign of tki 
malady inaklug Itaalf knowa. "It 
baan a iiard wlatar oa hw, faar gM. 
Wa have gl«aa a» aU ttw 
iaa% 

aa thak l aaa- 

BiW 11^ 

aort of a aiaailka. TWa'a aa da«bt 

that thia war^ hard on Iba woutao. 
M  luxiiiii tax Mould hare Iviughl her 
Iota ut prott; ihlnga. Farbapa I bara 
Mt bard aa 
tka way I 




■ . JHI tkaa bla «w Ml aa a aaftaoa 

neCn» , aie»TaaaWa"aaaralBa.lBk*k 
Sr. amo " ba dapaittlOg wa«* If ba 
1iOM«hara what day tt Mk- Mr. B. aa- 
'■Mill bar that ha doaa. apaada tkaa«r 



miD J. m 

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If 



rH CHRISTIAN 
s AWAY AF- 

II LNESS. 

riiminrnt Soath 
4 TfiitfHajr mor- 
i' hi» h«m» near 
1.1 l  -«n ill ibout 
Mr wmi aboat 
n wf th« hU 
fr and thrta 
I ntip i1au|hrt«r, 
n arr Cronrr. 
I .iki Tti« d' 
of «h« Metho 

III h«l l in Ihr 
•■\'cryone who 



•■lit T^^ii lat. 



will 

Ml oV 

k. r^'in aTi'f Ihp 

' itr in tlM fmm- 



. ' oi i-TIONS 

1 f.'ii ale whn rhani- 
II th» name rriria- 
I ' immpHiatrly ra- 
ihc reirtstration 
who will note 
; . i,*iiitrat ion car l . 
\' iU' ir«a to rcmova 
-I ;r«*i|' Ti diatrirt to an- 
i«t i iUin parniiMioa 
^1^'^ '• iilflrar of tha 
'rKidaa, who. if 
■ rn. will rntar 
lat rifttt in har 
I' the appliratiofi 
.. rfindrnra b« 
in app  al up t«r 
to the I'nitad 

'I'Ulation of .'i,- 

.ricn nffirrr :^ 
of h"  «iib  ir- 
I'. him; 

 t ration 

• '.I'lantara. 
•■ ri. p in violation 
.iloi'i'ls the viola- 
: : .il; If.*, til nrrpst 
iitTioii of tha 

rr thr Mine as 
■ lie of rr»iilence 
'■. of which B«- 

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WHISKEY FIRK 
AT 




To kM* Mm Wya lwprT« " 

froH homa. tha Ai 

ha* aiitean raavalMMM iMWn iB a^- 
rration at baa* MS MBV hHiMb !■ 

thi« ronntry. 

b» hald ati ~' — 

Vlork tht. ■ «»•» »• '''•P tha hoy. tha 
Ampriran Red Croat a* nr haa dii- 
tiihatad In rand aMibm t.Mt.*00 



tm pain ti I 



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the Al 




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from M. Dvpim B tM ft l f t t A» 




off for mat ta ■ iNrtwry |» ii*t Ifei 



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la-Chkf •# Um 
DMral PwiW. 



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of th« 



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abe. •ayi'l*^ 

■ • proftu. It iai 
il til Ihtr Kovrm- j 
■••hrr hanil. if It' 
I r 11 thii whitkpy, I 
'Utiutlly romp largely 
« '.) rouM least afford it, 
• r arcurpMrii ttuff, 
' \tor e than noth 




km Bad Ctcm. 

TO RED CROSS KNITTERS. 



n 



'I'Ip rontinup to 
f.illary that rev- 
I :  iiprpiaary for 

f the Kovarnmant, 
1 ' 'i or citj? 

PBO BIB. 

SERVANT SHMTAOB. 

r faa|iaa that la aaa- 
TV and caaiairtca b 
' iiisTilla hoaapwieaa, 

whu v ail wcaniiation to 

kmt^ an). .ory dUkalt «ervant 

qeaati* Jstuiie C. Banadict 

haadi 1 1 ' . -.i} movemaat. Many 
board'' I ■ II tlie rity h«vo kaaa 

forcol unt of tha 

Mlity I'loLi ami house ser- 

vanto, It 1' saULil^l^ unl the hou^r 
wivaa \/iII ir tyuery effort to atop 
the oirt • ^ i ' ' ^  omen 
aach ''if'tr' ■ hi'- Anth 



lion't cast on too tighL 
Top of Mlh BM 
inchaa. 

D«nfeBllMC B 



Baseball RoMkt 



O^'ii'l f" inforre 
Uon t let length of aoeli oaeaad 14 
inches. 

Don't msiir foot Ip   than 10 H 
ebaa. 

Don't fail to follow Red Croaa toa 
dlTCcttoaa. 

Unly rafalation toes will be accapt 

e l 

Don't have any knots anywhera 
Always splice your yarn in Joininx 
Don't fail to atriag para. 
Don's uaa Maalkv BBMkBtfeW Bad 
Croaa aaadlaa. 

Ptaaat fMaambar tkat Bapraparip 
ma4» aocka will watk a hardahip oa 
tha E»ittii« CeromitUa. for they 
moat bt ripped out and raknit. 

IH a't think that the aoldieia will 
be (lad to pot aox knit "tap wap 
for aac oMida olhor than lip 
Cnat ^irtctioaa aavar tc« hp tha i»- 
at Headquarters, and tha da- 
lap caoaad ii abaolutely aaoc 




lOFF with the Straw- 
ON with the Felt ' 

AFTtR tvcBriof a "•Uatv'* di auainier every man traais 

FealherweiflM^ iMHh i»«tlftllON 

' leading line*. 

A diftcnk Ihiog to malia - and you want to ba mk« 

iWt arliy «• racMBBBend a STETSON. 
Om Bslctmen are here In show you lhasa bals. 

SlUtons $6.00 and «pr: — T 



Mr O. e. 
mathemallra. 

Mr PaU Edwardi, 
dfpartmant. 

Miaa JaHa Arnold. taMa 




»A 



^v'oman worker lnape nins MlUa haail 

rhirh twfore the our n.tton «i lnnlni pi. 



tHirA mis 
orrwrra A 

BIG CROWD 

(Continued From Kirst n4(o.) 



dM not arrive and all live stock 
awar ^ arara poatponad. 

Tha caralTal on tha prounds hat 
tha Wiiaat anap of shows ever rrowri 
•d tato tha proands Practirally all 
vacant sparr m taken up hy thp tents. 
Raciag Main I'eslvre. 

I'our Kood races wt rr nlar ' I yea- 
terilay an. I attracted tic iiitiir^t of 
pinaualK pvprvoaa pvasv It Tho 
tract was a lilth haary at urat on 
ataeaat af the racant rains but the 
■an rama oat aat^ drir.i ii i. i nih 
9 til til* oval wiia in :'i t ■ jn- 

dition at tha eloaa of the program. 

Two rvnaiap racaa war* pat «a 
with 4 horsaa aUrtinp In aarh. Both 
tha Sva-oichtha and thraa^aartar 
dashaa wara won by horaaa halaaciw{ 
to Mn. Hubbard, of Ix abviUa. Mrs. 
Huhharil ntartad aovcn horaaa in iha 
rannK at the Stat* Pair laat yaar and 
won seven 
■round yi 

of har horsaa. larad f  r nil thpse 

The tint rare of tha afternoon was taraat i- .'rva.ly 
the 'J 1 4 Hot, one inilp hpnt. Iirnt ;i fealurt f ili.. f.iir 



in Only ' v. ■ - r^e 

this and fiMiri ln I .•'  fo 

MiM Woodbinr. First Money 
* flir TiKua. .Sr  ond Monop. 
Hppar, Third .Money. 

West U B«Ua. Patnth 

Pr llurkkp, 
rin,.. .MS",. 

Thp salutation i/ tha r« ag pro 
piaiii alarted in the Hra aaat af tha 
Kr • Kur All I'j.r when Martin Rva- 
aall. itrivinr H M. claimed that Gus 
Thompson. 4*i*» C Cadar Ijike Uirl. 
foulrd hini aa tha laat roand and pra- 
▼anti'il him Balihhia Brat iaataad af 
ae ond. Thin nacaaaitatcd runninp 
extr.i heata and the race did not and 
till 46 aftar pU haata had baaa raa. 
Kik'ht hotaia Phntad hi 

folloMn ; 

Ii M 1st. Money 
I'p'lar Lake (iirl, 'Jnd Money. 
Ml V:nii'ry, Srd Money. 
The Drugpiat. 4th Menay. 
Tinip 2 16%. 

Pour others ware not in the money 
aad unp or two were distanced 

Tha racing program for thia aftar- 
noaa will aaaaiat of u 'J IV tvat, 
t-M pace, a %-ailta daah aad a%. 
dash Maap 



hi thb 



TO DAY'S ENTRIES FOR THE RACES 



Cherry Uentry 

Helibas 

Vtctar 



• • a • a • • 



taaaaaaaa 



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•lIB TBOT.. 

.K. Kimbra ... 
.•■••••••••^•*.A. S, THompaaa 

• •••«••• ('has. Sieveia ., 

...... .W. B. Stona .. 

Ada Haley .... 

H. B. Brock . . . 

••.....•H. B. Brock ... 
.A K. Hancatat . 
.Ball 4 Dobbiaa . . . 

.Ada Halay 

J A Procl^ACa.. 

.1 .\ I'roalpr AOPb. 

PACE. 
.Joa Chapmaa 

...N. A. Moore 

. • • .K.  ' Burnett ..... 

 ......•.• ...f. .11 H Hrwk . 

I I ... ...»..• .J»p Kiltvr .. 
C harlip WaacaU 

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laU « 

J. A. ftaatar* Ca. 



Murfreesboro 
Paducah 
Opaoa villa, 
. . .Mnrfraashoro 

Memphia 

Kort Payne, Ala. 
Part Payaa. Ala. 
Citp. 
Athana. Ala. 
. Maaiphia 
Ala. 




i 



Uim 
Sciaaca. 

Mra 
Pnaeh. 

MiB. Praacaa 
Mr. W. T. Uttla. 
Thraa taachan hava aet pal 
alactad far tha faOawtac w««k: 
aal Tiatetag 
rial Papartmant. 
Yaar Knirl .h Work 

Virfiaia Sirvat 
MiM l otUe Mr 
.r .| Kir^t f',r«'le 

M »ii Kuth Hayden. Serond Gtaia. 
MiM Jaaa McKaa, Third Oiada. 
Miaa 
(irada. 

Miaa Dt,rrU Ckoatl. Ptfth GrML 
Mrs Mary !l BUrWiw, SMh OriaVl 
Miaa .Marietta Manitt. 7th Gl 
Miaa f:ii ab«th Knifht. Bth Grada. 

W**l itdm I s haal. 
Miss Ulla Denaia. 1st Grada 
Miss .Sanaia B adar. Had Grade 
.viisa Bartha Thoaua. M Crad« . _ 
Miaa Gladpa Bartlay, 4th Grada. ^■""n' 
Mra. U M. Clark, Mh OrBda. 

MiM 

prada. 

Mis. Klixabath l-arkey. 7th Ofgda. 
Mrs W. Ray Mn* . Principal dBd 
Eifhth Orada -^r*. 

Balaaal Schoal. " '*** 
Miaa VirvM Noaraa. 1st Orada. 
Miaa Klla Shadoin. 2nd Gtadd. 
Miaa P.thel (^olltday, 4th Ofada- 
Mta Addir Cracn, 6lh Orada. ' 
Miaa Roaa Noaraa. tth Orada. 
Mba .Suaic RutharfaH. Tth OdMa. 
Mbs Mary V 
aad Biphth Crwla 

Tha Attucka High Bchaat had tha 
Second Straat Bchaol wiU 
9. The puplb af tha 
School win BMot thalr taaahaa at tha 
aehool Thoraday. Baft. Mh M 
book liata, aad gat 
tion niriaaarf tBT A 
ackooL 
rfeaaMf a( 

Mr. U K. _ 

lad.. 



Mr. J. A. 



Un. Wmtm Bapd. 

Mia. Baaa 
Mra. Tennia Paala, 



lei ut have your ord«r NOW for Udf 
FALL SUIT. 

' Wa are (tad lo tell you that W Itof* lID SanplM^di 
tUalfoodt in SUIT and OVERCOAT PMIaffMal 

$28.5 Jp $30.00 and $35.00a It 

400 Beaulifal Paltern* from 

$35.00 to $65.00 t 



THE TOGGERY. 



C»ry-WiUiaiiison 

Ninth Street. 



«,aai***t 
PURBLT PCRSONAL' 

a a • a • t •   



Gilpa capM am fram 



SECOND HOPKINS 

BOY KniE b IN 
THuu  urtNim Mt 



Dr U. P Isbell i« sttendins i 
ing of the SUte Board of Voter 
iaary Biaaitaara at Praahlart. 

W. M.' 
hb ai 



■ai mm Map 



Wharton, aB ii 
Mtaa Mary Porta. 

Mrs. Joaatt Henry return 
froai a viait to her r 
lad. 

Mr. ««i Mn. 
Ir . aaMMHaia. ai 



at tha 



UafliV^ «i 



Madixint illr. Ky , 
  I.I l.*nwel A Ck 
I'harlpalon a»antry. th 
portpil in prpss ili.pst 
frvNB '*'^"'K been killed in act 
I is the Mcond Hapkin 
to makr thr .uprerna 
thrrr."  l*urBe K H« 
aanip rommunity havia 
aaveral weeks a^o 

t'happri wa. thirty jsan at Bga 
and had hepn in I hp army for tha | 
era at hve years. Mrvinp in Hf»mi»m, aa^J 
been in Pranca far 
la the son of Mrs. 
Hp has a tirothpr. [.conard, 
the army now in the 

R. B Sharbar of Wk 
thla county, ia raportad i 
Uon, arrordtng to a 
bp hia father today. 
tif wMh tha salatta 



'I VP. 



alM 



it's-. 



SPEOALS 



ORDER 

itakMpOr 



NOW 

Canteloapar Head LaMM 
;Qranges, Caaliflo«v*r  

Green Pepper*, 
Applet Bananas, Calapy, ^ 
CuciHBbers 48l,'*Ac. 

ie Witt Aniraciate Your Bhms 

Phone 1 16 and 336. 



Daily Kentuckian (Hopkinsville, Ky. : 1918), 1918-08-28

4 pages, edition 01

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   Christian County (The Pennyrile Region)