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Fixtures and Supplies
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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
tfiks dealings which distinguishes a
ijpank and establishes its reputation.
We are proud of ours.
FIRST NATIONAL B A N,'K
Of Hopkinsville, Ky.
TaWy' Wins m Battle
Again Adipoae Tu
Col. Roosevelt h a natural ar-.-vior,
whether it be in armed battle or other
wise. His most recent war has been
against adipose tissue, and he has
emerged victorious. This new picture
of the Colonel shows him as he ap
pears to-day with his depleted waist
line and double chin. After a fort
night of training at Jack Cooper's,
near Stamford, Conn., "Teddy" re
turned to his home at Oyster Bay, L.
L, weighing "steen" pounds less, and
feeling "just bully." It may be that
CoL Roosevelt is planning to fit him
self into a khaki or olive drab uniform
to go across for an engagement with
"Kaiser Bill," his erstwhile friend.
I THE MARKET BASKET !
ffHIHfe tiHBt 1Vi!H(Hfr 4Hnfn
(Prices at Retail)
Eggs per dozen 50c
Butter per pound 45c
Breakfast bacon, pound ,.55c
; Bacon, extras, pound 38c
Country hams, large, pound 35c
j Country hams, small, pound 35c
Lard, pure leaf, pound. 37Je
j Lard, 50 lb. tins $16.00
Lard, compound, pound 30c
J Cabbage, per pound 05c
, Irish potatoes. 50c per peck
Sweet potatoes, 40c " "
Lemons, per dozen 30c
Cheese, cream, per lb 35c
j Flour, 24-lb sack $1.70
Cornmeal, bushel $2 25
Oranges, per dozen 30c to 50c
Cooking Applesjper peck 40c
Onions per pound 06c
Navy beans, pound 20c
Black-eyed peas " 15c
2 Used 40 Years
The Woman's Tonic 2
A Sold Everywhere
Kentuckian "Buy at
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 Wooldridgc Henry Abernathy
FARMERS LOOSE FLOOR
Sell your tobacco on this floor, if
you want the highest price and best
W. H. TANDY
Player-Pianos, Organs, Phonographs
410 North Main Street.
Phone 927-1. Hopkinsville Ky
The Waller & Trice Co.
8th and Main Streets.
C. E. HARRIS
The Metcalfe Laundry
Laundry, Dry Cleaning, Pressing
Better Than Most. Eaual to Anv.
East 7th Street. Tel. No. 735
THE SANITARY GROCERY
AND MEAT MARKETS
G. E. CARPENTER, Proprietor.
TWO STORES S Ph0onnee9i23,
Everything In Tho Plumbing Line.
Liberty and Tenth Streets.
xir r it ts n y,
W. Iv. VVhPPlPl'' Ar I ft
400-406 South Main St.
RADFORD & JOHNSON
DUFFER-COX MOTOR CO.
Aeents for Dodpe Automnhilns
Seminole Building, Cor. 7th and
Liberty Hopkinsville, Ky.
V. H. Hisgen
Painter, Paper Hanger and Decorator-
Hardwood Work a Specialty.
I carry the latest designs in Wall
Paper and the 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 Anti-Septic Barber
Latest Styles of Hair
Cotton seed meal is high,
but we have a large stock.
THE ACME MILLS.
Booker's Wholesale and
Buy The Best Call for Booker's im
proved Sanitary Bread, finest Quality,
Prompt Attention given to all Orders.
Phone 237. Made in Hopkinsville.
A Good Citizen and a Friend
HONEST MEN GIVEN CREDIT.
He Would Rather Be Right Than
President The Local Retail Mer
chant la Without Question the Com
munity's Most Prominent Factor.
Aids Farmer by Buying From Him.
t Copyrighted, 1914, by Thomas J. Sullivan.
I would rather bo right than presi
dent Is the principles followed by many
There ls no right without a parallel
duty, no liberty without tho supremacy
of tho law, no high destiny without
earnest perseverance, no greatness
without self denial.
As a dispenser of important services
in any town none compares with the
Perhaps tho first benefit of impor
tance is the endless accommodations
which ho extends bis customers. His
books show that where misfortune,
sickness or loss of occupation over
takes his customers he ls frequently
obliged to carry them for many months.
Honest Men Get Credit.
The man who has not established a
reputation for unreliability or dishon
esty is reasonably suro of securing
credit for tho asking. And tho exten-
B'on of crcKlit Is equivalent to making
loans without interest. And who would
ask or expect any such favor of any
one hut n merchant or a very closo and " uuiuuusinueu uy a re-
dear friend? raark rceutly made by one of their
Tho local' town to bo a desirable number Chicago. lie said. "Give us
place to live in must have polico and a fow moro Tears and wo wl11 mak
flro protection, it must have bridges. ' every clt "tsI'J? of Chicago a town.
Improved streets, water, sewers and ever-v town n vlKe. every village a
good schools. To secure these neccs- j uamlet. a every hamlet wo will
eary improvements and to maintain i w,pe off 11,0 faeo of tuo earth."
them taxes must bi k-vlcd. The local what tlle customers of the mail
merchant pays a largo sharo of tho order houses do then, poor things?
taxes. Tue" win have given aid and comfort
Among other things, the local mer- to tho enemy that has destroyed their
chant Is continually forced to contrlb- Prosperity. They will havo assisted In
uto to all manner of charitable enter- building up a gigantic monopoly. Se
prlses. both publii- and private. Ho is accd by pretty picture hooks, they
the local benufnrtui. Inasmuch as ho ls wl" bavo in their Innocence starved
the employer of labor. Numerous out their own best customers. De
young moil nud wo.nen tind employ- eerted villages will then raark the
inont In his store, mid as the result of places where prosperous communities
his investment and efforts many dol- j formerly thrived, and the population
lars tlnd their way to the pocket of tho ' of tho country will he divided between
uocior. uie uenust. mo editor, tuo
druggist nnd the banker, nil of which
contributes to the bocul and financial
D. W. Kitchen
Dealer In Books, Stationery
Picture Framing, Blank Books,
6 Soutli Main Street.
Near 9th and Main
Soldiers' Christmas Cheer.
All persons.desiring to con
tribute money toward the
Courier-Journal's Camp Zach
ary Taylor Christmas Tree
may do so through this bank.
Miss Katie McDanicI
No. I Odd Follows Building
m, Residence, 210.
Phones- onkc 17g.2i
Fire, Life, Tornado Accident and
prosperity or tho community.
Faith In the Community,
lie aids tho farmer by buying fn.
him his products to tho extent of his
needs, thus Increasing tho profits of
no has shown his faith in the com
munity by investing his capital there,
I consequently his interests center there";
upon him, in a measure, depends tho
social, religious, educational and com
mercial cxistenco of the town, and ho
is ever willing to do his part
All this being true, why is ho not en
titled to the same amount of consid
eration as that exacted by tho farmer,
tho wage earner and the other factors
of the community that aro always cry
ing for "fair treatment" and "tho right
1 to live?"
Destroying Local Markets.
j All he asks is that which Is rightfully
his the opportunity to display his
goods and compare prices with those
shown in tho misrepresented "picturo
1 albums" of the catalogue houses be
fore you send your money away from
home to buy something of tho same
quality which he can sell Just as cheap-
i ly as does the big city merchant prince.
' Take awuy from tho community one
of the most Important elements of
prosperity, the medium of exchange,
and the effect is inevitable a weaken
ing qf tho organism. And that Is pre-
' clsely what the great mall order re
tail houses arc doing. They are bleed
ing the local communities. They are
I destroying local markets, weakening
1 local credits, reducing tho volumo of
deposits in small local banks, starvin
out local business men who aro con
sumers of farm products as well as
dealers, driving to tho large cities
thousands of consumers who can no
longer And employment in small
, towns, and the men who are aiding
them in their work of destruction will
soon pay the penalty In tho shrinkage
of tho valuo of their property, as well
as in tho loss of their markets.
1 A Gigantic Monopoly.
That tho managers of these gigantic
1 enterPrises understand what they are
tne rarms and tho largo cities. Tbo
prospect is not a pleasant one to con.
Groceries and Produco
No. 203 E. Ninth Ctreet.
Bring Your Junk to tho new
wparo paying tho highest market
price ior an Kinus of Junk, fnntiinrs
wool, roots, and furs. Cor. 8th and
Water sts. Tel. 192. Wncrnn win
call for it. H. Mever. Pron.
R. C. WHITE
Tire and Vulcanizing Co.
Have Thoso Old Tires Repaired.
Wo Guarantee Our Work.
Firestone Tires, Tubes and Acces.
Funds will be transmitted
free of charge, and should be
in our hands not later than
Dec. 15. Names of contribu
tors jvill be sent with the
All other banks will doubt
SEE OUR MR. ROOP FOR
Mechanical and Electrical Expert
15 Years Experience.
HOPKINSVILLE AUTO CO.
Agents For The Famous
BRISCOE.CAR. PRICE $725.00
In Christian County, is thcradvice of
the Home Investment Agency.
But, "Buy It Right'
Talk to CHAS. F. SHELTON, Mana
cer, Before You Buy.
Office Court Street. South Side.
P. Winfrec. J. W. Winf.
W. P. WINFREE SONS CO.
Incorporated. f '"";
Real Estate, Insurance and Loans, fl
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 BnilfWc
Hardware and China ,iJShr "
Electric Wirircr. Fixtures .mrl PlnE"
ing, Mogul Wagons, Majestic Raneeiavtf
n- 11 Specialties
Field and Garden Seed, Fertilizer,
Buggies and Harness
BUCK BRAND OVERALS CO.
L. D. BROWNING, Mgr.
Forbes Office Building, Main Street.
E. H. HESTER
Contractor and Builder
Phones-Olhce 5-10. Residence 10-10
Oihce 100 South Virginia Street.
Let Me Build Your House.
R. S. Ambrose.
iLuraoer, iash, Doors, Blinds, Red
(Cedar Shingles, Rubber Roofintr,
Paints and Oils. Call and get our
estimates and lowest prices. 7th St.
Evory Thing You Wear.
Dalton Brothers Brick Co.
Brick Manufacturers and Builders
Two million brick for snln.
Cement, Lime, Sand, Sewer Pipe and
uiuiumu rire uriCK.
less do the same.
First National Bank.
Children Cry '
FOR RENT-SIx room cottage at
28 W. 17th slrect for 1018.