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title: 'Daily Kentuckian. (Hopkinsville, Ky.) 1918-191?, March 21, 1918, Page PAGE FOUR, Image 4',
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DAILY Kfc.ni UCK.IAW '
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EASY TO Vf
Horn Pattrra III I Two-Corn!
Cata.re4 Skirt Dfiinrd especially
tot the aew soid'eifa' materials.
Price, IS cents.
Clara Kimball Young
With her own company in the mot fascinating photo
romance of her brilliant career
Fnm the famous French play of Ilia game lilla h pi.. u tit a
w 1 mm mmumm sellings.
i Adults 13c War T 9 rk:u o. 7"
Mea vimiuicu s war lax ic
FRANK EL'S BUSY STORE
DIED AT HER HOME NEAR PEM
BROKE. LEAVING INFANT
THREE WEEKS OLD.
Vn. Tom Leavell Hied Sun.lny at
her home near I'emlroke, after an
illnraa from romnli.nti..r.. n . i .
her husband, the is sarvived by one
child about three weeks old. This
i the second bereavement in the
lamiiy wunin me paat few week
their 6-year-old daajrhter having
died two months aro. Mrs. Leavell
was ahout thirty yean old and wan.
before her marring, a Miaa Sims,
she waa reared a r.ia , I-..
- ....... I.UHI ui
thia city. 1 he deceased was a mem
ber of the Mcthodixt rhurch.
Jas. U. Campbell and R. V. IVn
dleton will leave t ,..!,. ..-
ton, Misa., to attend a Duroc Jersey
no; aale. '
Mra. W. D. Ennia and Mrs. M;,mie
IJuncan art visiting in Hot Spring.
lienry M. Frankel la in Chiroito
xJl McReynoldn, (J. I.. Cllmp.
ball a R. Clark. Ceo. VV. Crenshaw.
. CSP'r' 1,,-n MeKeynolda
and W. B. Anderson left hint niirht
for Louisville to attend a conference
for tlia Liberty Loan Campaign to
open April . They were joined
by delegations from Tri and Todd
1-red V. Harnnri ki. ...... I
Phia to uttcmi Methodist cinten
..-.7 uiuu.onary celebration
DEATH. SEPARATES .OLDEST
MARRIED COUPLE IN TRIGG
Mrs. Allison W. Thomas.
years, clird at htr home nrar Cadis
Tucmlnv. KKa im ... .u;u.i i... i
- ...... aui i wi-u vj irrr
nusuaiw, aired 03, and several child
ren, one of them Hon. G. P. Thomas,
Mr. and Mm. Thnmii -
in to celebrate the 7Uth anniversary
i ' i meir mjtrrinir n , I . &
rhonuis was a life long member of
me ..iciiiodini cnurcn.
(Furnished by Whitfield Bros.,
Odd Fellows I'.t.ltf.)
Mnrih 20, 1918.
May U5 Il5 125 'A 125
March . ..!' !M S!l 8US
ii.iv K.riS 85
My H.r'0 4Hr.:, 4.m ih.so
M 'V 21.12 20 25 2t.l2 217
May 2 I.K.r 2 I7 2I.H2 2 I !0
Dashing, Daring. Dare-Devil Doug in Ripping Good
Screen Story Written by Himself
"The Good Bad Man"
A genuine old-fashioned thriller with lots of fun and
With company of far famed western celebritia of
screen renown .
In The Man Above the Law"
A aensationally thrilling'melodrama of th reai wild west.
SALE III IM
To Old Subscribers
DECIDED UPON AT MEETING OF
PURE BRED STOCK MEN
July . .
Lib -I'm . .
Lib .1 'j'g
..HM MS.". 8 77 8 7'l
..8 80 8.88 8. Ml 8 8i
.:i:i.2 :i.i.4ii 3.120 3:1.32
. 45 32 47 32.32 32.34
.31.80 31.8(5 31. B0 31.61
The meetin f h.l
neia at the It. B. M. A.
yesterday afternoon, was attended by
loom u aiocs men.
The nrinrinal imiim .1 1
s , p.vrnuvu VO
was a decision to hold a Jersey cat
vmeume retween Mnv l.t
and 15th. It is beliewH th. . ki-
ie ran oe worked up and much
ariven 10 te breeding of
j in mm county.
The meeting finnl naa4 aa J a.
F I-f-wn msm Will III Ifc
tee to arranjre for the sale, which
- UIlHini Jl nr I m Kins I- .
- viiHiriiiajii :
J.w. K. Cary, C. L, Dade, E. A. Mor-
ami j. r. Mason.
UNDERGOES, AN OPERATION FOR
APPENDICITIS AT THE
. . .97.r,0
t.ouivilU Lit Slock.
Cattle, 300; active, unchanged.
Iloir. 2000; 25c ar d 40c hiirher:
tio..d, Diieen ail! ntiu,iv tm
Mn. I.Uria Pnw.ll M . 1
- " . .., "iic ui me
pastor of the Meth'slist church who
1 1 . . . 1
"-en 111 ior ten oays, was strick
en with an attack of ncute appendi
citis Tuesday and underwent an op
eration late that niirht. Her
uon wat Kitisractorv Lmjtt nii-Kt
weekly issue of th ITnnfi.L: j
. - ovuiuviuaii) U13-
continued March 9, are now receiv-
ing tne daily issue. All such who
do not direct us to trantfor thom !
- w MIVUI IU
the weekly, soon in h fn-f .:n !
nave their credits annliVrl !
daily at 25 cents nr mr,U r !
- f-- Wlliu, 111 j
S other words, if a suficrnKof r.
months nhfsnrl .i !
" - iiv. y m ictcive me
: daily 4 months for the dollar to his !
erviir- If h nuiaiiA k. I: l
: can get the weekly a whole year for
me amount to Ins credit. Phone or :
write us or call in and lf ...
your wishes, if you do not want to :
: be transferred to the daily. Z
Clara Kimball Younr's current pic
ture wilt be shown at the Prineeas
TVatre today. It ta a film .nt.
tlon of th well-knowti French play
of th. .am i,bm. Ii. " ' txr -I
-" . .iti. nvm,
made by her own company under the
JIkII.. . M sas is . ...
- vwwa 14 BBia UsaV
tributed by Select Fktnrea.
Fernando da Ferney (CUra Klnv
kali Vnnniw m kaM.l.a 11t. I
" - "Hi" v..,i,fiis iifru. urpn.n,
liyea with her ancle. Professor da Fer-
of the Marquise da Monclars, whoee
sUU la near the cotUge of the
Farnand. imh m.1!m il... I
, uw MIM
husband doea not car for her, al-
uiuuirn ana mwaaaa mim eh&ui a .
aanJ . k. Juj a . ...
uvciuraj VQ win nts 10T.
NiflroIlM f A lama. S..Y - 1
a . . a;iap inena
Of HoncUn. tlla VmmAm, .4 . K
ht ta to prttcnt, Tb Marionettes,
. Mul - L , II ...
- r-rr .imw avaunf wiui a Def
lected wife, a lover, and a husband
who realiua hi. .k.
- - - - inarm! wniy
after his jealousy la aroused.
How aha adopts the methods of the
wife in the puppet show and nin.i.
a lover (Corliss Gilaa). nj k k.
w w aaww Miay
tranaformatian At .h -r..
- " kvuiiutj Kin
tito a society butterfly areompliahes
iU purpose, make a thril)lnK photo-
Plsy and sHyg. Mia. V '
portunity to di.nl.. k. ki..L -
her emoUonal acting '
HOWELL NOT CHURCH H!Lj
The Red Crrm ri. li . .
r " wnicn was
lllwn at Church Hill last week will
Kr,'tl "ow,, Saturday
nitrht, March 23. Tha announcement
that it would be riven at r'hk n;n
was a mistake.
TRAVELING MAN ILL.
Walter Van Deren. a r..n-
man for a v.-i. v ,
tha Jennie Stuart Memorial Hospit-
m itun attacK or tonsiiitm.
WANTED A young- married man
with mall family t Uke eharre of
country blacksmith shop, a rood all.
round man tnm - .
. . : . - impair wore.
Steady Job for rijrht man.
tnquira a., vn of thia Office.
Privatai DiminiJ .
al in Cadi. Friday waa very Urfely
FOUND AN SS BILL.
SERVICE FLAG FRIDAY. ' (B' ,"Un",iJ N.w. S.ryl...)
The nerval flntr nt ka ir..t
n u,ai ins-
vine inirn ncnool. with 108 nimn
will be unveiled at 10:30 o'clock Fri
day mom ins. An aonronriiii. nm.
(trarn will be carried out by the
niumni Association. Kvervhn.lu l
s v IICII.
f T! aOl ....
inree urains m the Hill l
W. II. ninkle. a hfi..
na, farmer while rn.
throuirh fimS falfl a
fais .nw naq
come Into the family forty years aro,
j i ,u " wnted in Phil
adelphia Sept 20, 1778. The follow.
ing inscription was on the bill: "This
bill entitles the bearer to .lo-K o.
ish milled dollars or the value thereof
in gold or silver, according to a re
solution passed by the continental
consres" The bill was printed by
Hall and Sellers, Philadelphia print
n w" Prt of an uue of eon
tmenUI money used V pay tha sold
iers at Valley Fonta and to help
J!!".',!" rvIut'on. On the back
of the biil were three pine tree leaves.
fOR SALE AT PUDUC AUCTION
AT THE COURT HOUSE DOOR ON
Monday, April 1st, 1918
AT 11 O'CLOCK A. M.
My residence and lot located on Water street between 13th and
14,reet k '"" ".idenc on wSITh Forbes
and the new Methodist church sndls.neal, eomfortabli. cK5
home proposition with .rood lot. modern conveniences, Bd Si
and all necessary out-buildings. Karoen
Troue, a ili-j . . .
Durrhsr Mttnc4 moMj P-rments or to suit I
iMjuiBiua or ro suit
GARNER E. DALTON j
X " Jnrx'''"
Vnnv r-w It i
- wit DiPARTMirr
UNITED STATES OF AMERICA
DrnPOUT W0IRHRI50 CO- irnii
Not three in one hill, ore in the next, and five
in the third, but three grains in every hill, almost
invariably. Accuracy in drop is the vital point about
rT"; " y"u aon 1 Put 11 " hill you won't make a good yield The
accuracy of the n anter rc.,!. : .u i .. . B y eta Ine
v . . - mer gemng me best use out of all his land
e with open or closed wheels and with fil.,n, i,t. . a . . umianea
t .... iui our irees :-ik. es
page book, "More Corn and Better.'
The John Deere
Flexible Disc Harrow
T I ,
ioao UUODwork and be DURA CLE seems
to us strong points on the disc harrow question
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rzumr 4 1 1 1 1 j j i , 1 rrr
Sl;S:riMaln St- H0PkiSViiie( ky. I
Both White and Colored
On the Old Hickory 60-MHHon Dollar
Powder Plant at Nashville, Tenn.
Good wages. Several months steady
employment Good living quarters.
Meals at very reasonable rates. Work
just starting. J
Will also need mechanics very soon.
Further notice will be given as to when.
No place for floaters.
Come at once and come prepared to
DnPont Engineering Company
160 Eighth Street, North Nashville, Tenn.