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EMTfON OF THE
NEW YORK WORLD
Kentuckian "Buy at Home"
Practically a Dally at the pricejof a
Weekly. No other newspaper In tho
world gives so much at so low a
Thejvalue and need of a newspaper
in the household was never greater
Pin at the present time. Tho great
Twar in Europe is now half way into
its third year, and whether peaco bo
at hand or yet be far off, it and tho
ir events to follow it aro sure to be of
absorbing interest for many a month
Theso aro world-shaking affairs, in
which the United States, willing or
unwilling, is compelled to take a part.
No intelligent person can ignore such
THE THRICE-A-WEEK WORLD'S
regular subscription prico is $1.00
per year, and this pays for 156 papers,
Wo offer this unequalled newspaper
together for one year for $2.65.
Thoreirular subscription price of
the two papers is $3.00.
Bllton "Aren't you spending to4,
much?" Mrs. Bllton "No, dear; you'.
don't make cnoueb for mo to do that"
S Used 40 Years
J The Woman's Tonic fi
Sold Everywhere j
Corn! Corn! Corn!
ijb Will buy any quantity sound
corn in keeping condition at
$5.50 per barrel, delivered at
THE ACME MILLS.
TIN WORK OF
Roofing, Guttering and Repairing.
Plat Bed Steam Boxes.
Country Work a Specialty.
Rear I. O. O. F. Building.
Unyielding adherence to princi
ples gives character to a financial
institution and safeguards the inter
ests entrusted to it; but it is the in
dividual method employed in busi
ness dealings which distinguishes a
bank and establishes its reputation.
We are proud of ours.
FIRST NATIONAL BANjK
Of Hookinsvllte. K
Fixtures and Supplies
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In Use For Over 30 Years
This Spoonerism was committed by
a clergyman while reading the morning
lesson And presently the wig treo
fltbered away. Boston Transcript
For Nearly 50 YcarsI
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BE A HOME
It's Money You Spend at Home That Makes Your Own Town Prosper
and at the Same Time Means Bigger Business. Money Sent
Away Seldom Returns. To Boost Home Industries is
a Duty Every Citizen Owes His City.
Bob Wooldridge Henry Abernathy
FARMERS LOOSE FLOOR
Sell your tobacco on this floor, if
you want the highest price and best
S W. H. TANDY
rjayer-rianos, urgans, riiuHuuiiio-
410 North Main Street.
Phone 927-1. Hopkinsville Ky.
The Waller & Trice Co.
I8th and Main Streets.
C. E. HARRIS
Phone 1056-2. Hopkinsville, Ky.
The Metcalfe Laundry
Laundry, Dry Cleaning, Pressing
Better Than Most. Equal to Any.
East 7th Street.
Tel. No. 735
THE SANITARY GROCERY
AND MEAT MARKETS
G. E. CARPENTER, Proprietor.
5th &Va. Phone 92.
6th & Va. Phone 223.
Everything In The Plumbing Line.
Liberty and Tenth Streets.
W. R. Wheeler & Co.
400-406 South Main St
RADFORD & JOHNSON
DUFFER-COX MOTOR CO.
Aeents for Dodee Automobiles
Seminolo Building, Cor. 7th and
Liberty Hopkinsville, Ky,
V. H. Hisgen
Painter, Paper Hanger and Decorator.
Hardwood work a bpeciaity.
I carry tho latest designs in Wall
Paper and tho best grade of
Paints. Phone 711 for prices.
A GOOD DRUG STORE is a protec
tion as well as a convenience and
merits your patronage.
Ours is a good Drug Store.
Martin & Boyd
S. B. Ficken's Anli-Septic Barber
Latest Styles of Hair Cut.
THE MARKET BASKET
par dome,, 50c
Booker's Wholesale and
Buy The Best. Call for Booker's im
proved banitary Bread, hncst liuality,
rompt Attention erven to all Orders.
Phone 237. Made in Hopkinsville.
HOME AND THE
Tho Seminary of All Other In
stations. HOME PARADISE TO ADAM
By Homa Buying tho Consumer Help
Not Only Hi Town, but Halpt Him
selfEvery Man With a Haart Loves
Home and Town Some Should Be
Copyrighted, 1314, by Thomaj J. Sullivan.
Only tho homo can found a state. It
Is the seminary of all other institu
tions. There is magic In that little
word home. It is a mystic clrclo that
surrounds comforts and virtues never
known beyond its hallowed limits.
TVe need not power or splendor,
Wide hall or lordly dome.
The good, the true, the tender
These form the wealth ot home.
Destroying Your Paradise.
The retail mall order bouses are try
lng to destroy your homo and your
paradise by inducing you to buy your
nocessarles from thorn instead of your
local merchants, to tho injury of your
homo Industries, homo market and
There is so much difference in buying
goods of a home place of business and
ordering them by mail from a cata
logue bouse from a mere picture or de
scription that I want to point out a
few factjs that many may never hare
May Examine and Select.
At the home storo you make youi
wants known; the salesman shows you
tho desired article, helps select or sug
gest tho article bent suited to your
Thus you have an opportunity to ex
amine tho quality, to see the style, to
select the size ami color, as the case
may be; you can compare the different
grades, and then If everything Is satis
factory and in your Judgment the price
is right you will make the purchase.
Will Exchange or Refund.
When you get home nnd upon n rigid
examination you tlud a tluw or mar on
your purchase, or the article may bo
too large or too small, or a black In
stead of a blue, then the next day or
the week after you go to your dealer
and explain, and he will gladly ex
change tho Item or refund tho money.
D. W. Kitchen
Dealer In Books. Stationery and
Picture Framintr. Blank Books, and
6 South Main Street.
Shop, Near 9th and Main
Bacon, extras, pound,., 38c
Country hams, large, pound 85c
Country hama, small, pound 35c
Lard, pure leaf, pound 87ic
Lard, 50 lb. tins $16.00
Lard, compound, pound 90q
Cabbage, per pound .,..06c
Irish potato.... 50c MfMck
Miss Katie McDanicI
No. I Odd Follows Building
n ? J ntn
, Unith t htiiiitv
And another mattar worthy ot
serious thought U this: Supposing ths
mall order houses could sell goods
cheaper nnd everybody would order his
goods from them.
The local store would soon exist
only in memory. You would then bo
at tho mercy of tho mall order houses
entirely and be obliged to send away
Buy Big Things at Home.
Remember a storo cannot be kept up
with small purchases If the local mon
ey is sent away for the big things.
This method will result only In ruin
ing your home trade and in helping to
build up an enormous corporation In
some faraway city.
Tho failure to patronize borne mer
chants decreases the value of farms,
and town property becomes less valu
able, as you well know that if a town
goes back both local nnd surrounding
Send your money away; you get
nothing but the goods. Spend your
money at home; It will come back to
you in better towns, better stores and
better social advantages.
Help Build Up Your Own Town.
Is it not more to your interest to
belp build up your own little city or
town than to contribute to the up
building of some faraway large city?
Is it not a fact that if your own
town bad 10,000 population instead of
1,000 it would bo much better for all
Would there not be much more em
ployment? K K
Would not the consumption of prod
ucts bo greatly Increased and conse
quently a farm within a radius of ten
miles bo worth from $10 to $50 an acre
This being the case, is it only a good
thing for the merchant or tradesmau
if you buy from him?
Or is it equally as good a thing for
To Adam paradise was home. To
the enterprising among his descend
ants home is paradise.
True citizenship is not nil In rallying
round the flag of our country and sing
ing "nail. Columbia."
The true spirit of patriotism Is shown
by tho man who patronizes home in
dustry first, last and nil the time.
Groceries and Produce
No. 203 E. Ninth Ctreet.
Bring Your Junk to tho new
We aro payincr tho hirrhest mnrUot
price lor an Kinds of Junk, feathers.
wool, roots, and furs. Cnr. Rh nnH
Water sts. Tel. 192. Wnimn win
can lor it. n. mover, fron.
R. C. WHITE
Tire and Vulcanizing Co.
Have Those Old Tires Repaired.
We Guarantnn Our Wnrlr
Firestone Tires, Tubes and Acces.
Cheese, cream, per lb SScjp.f fVvl C I
Fiour, 24-lb sack $1.70 rni OITl! Com!
Cornmeal, bushel , $2 25
Oranges, per dozen 80c to .,50c
Cooking Apples per peck ,40c
0nloiwpr pound,.,., k.
SEE OUR MR. ROOP FOR
w AUTO REPAIRING
Mechanical and Electrical Expert
15 Years Experience.
HOPKINSVILLfc AUTO CO.
Agents For The Famous
BRISCOE CAR. PRICE $725.00
BUY LAND NOW"
In Christian County, is the advice of
tne nome investment Agency,
But, "Buy it Right"
Talk to CHAS. F- SHELTON, Mam
nm cer, Before You Buy.:
Office Cour Street. SouthSide.
W. P. Winfree, J. W. Winfree,
W. P. WINFREE SONS CO.
Real Estate, Insurance and Loans.
Webber St. Back of Court House.
Tel. No. 305-2.
Wall & McGowan
The House of Good Clothes.
C. W. DUCKER
Repairing Done on Short Notice.
Rubbertiring a Specialty.
R. B. BUTLER
FORBES MFG. CO.
Contractors and Builders
Hardware and China
Electric Wirintr. Fixtures nnd Plnmfi--
ing, Mogul Wagons, Majestic Ranees.
Hardware and Hardware
Field and uarden Seed, Fertilizer,
Buggies and Harness
BOCK BRAND OVERALS CO.
L. D. BROWNING, Mgr.
Forbes Office Building, Main Street.
E. H. HESTER
Contractor and Builder
Phones-Oihce 540. Residenco I0-1O
Ofltce 10G South Virginia Street.
Let Me Build Your House.
R. S. Ambrose.
Lumber, Sash, Doors, Blinds, Red
Cedar Shini? es. Ruhhor nf,..
Paints and Oils. Call nmi
estimates and lowest prices. 7th St
next to mill.
Every Thing You Wear.
Dalton Brothers Brick Co.
Brick Manufacturers 9nd Builders
TWO million hrlnli- far
Cement, Lime, Sand, Sewer Pipo and
"inuiuic rire uriCK.
Will buy any quantity sound
corn in keeping condition at
$5,50 per barrel, delivered at