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March 23. 1914.
AD WELL BROS. !
TIN WORK OF ALL KINDS
SAVE OLD GLOVES TO
MAKE SAMMY A JACKET
Roofing, Guttering and Repairing.
Plat Bed Steam Boxes.
Country Work a Specialty.
Rear I. O. O. K. Building.
Radford & Johnson
We will sell you a farm in Christian and adjoin
We know the farm lands of this community and
Will do our best to sell you a good farm or will sell
you a nice house and lot in the city.
We have several attractive farms in our hands
Can give possession of a very fine, well im
proved farm if sold quickly. Price reasonable.
2C5 acres I J miles of Fairview on rural route. Well im
proved and well watered, about 70 acres of fine bottom land. A
ba renin at fJ.OOO.OO. Terms reasonable.
20Q acres 5 miles south west of Hopkinsville on pike, well im
proved. All good tillable land, red clay foundation and lies well.
Price $G5. 00.
Office 1st Floor in Pennyroyal
waat a ammmimmmtmmmmmmmmamt)mmammmimm asuaasnsMBHaaaaaiaBasaaat
. Pipeless Furnace.Makes the Perfect Heat
Can be installed in old as well as
, Summer heat guaranteed in zero
weater. Five years
guarantee on furnace.
ftow is the time to
begin considering your
furnace for another
For catalog and detail
THOMPSON & ROBINSON
Phone 614-2 Hopper Bldg.
Daily By Mail
(Every Morning Except Monday)
Your dome Paper and the Ucst Known Daily Newspaper
of This Section.
An Excellent Combination
Miat Kelly Tells How Lydia
C Ph kham's Vegetable
Corr pound Restored
The newly dlecovared Hw"W called
"knlUlnn nerves, may be nipped to
the bod before aaaumlnf alarming pro
portions, and the ctlek of the busy
seedles beard everywhere may be t
raced. If patrlotte American woman
follow the example of their Eocllah
cousins, and substitute, the "glora
"waistcoat" for the aweatera they are
lare now ao nimbly knitting for our
8a ill ode and Jackie.
Some ef the advautajrea of the new
waistcoat over the eweater are:
It la made of waate material die-
reeded kid glow and la therefore
pnucb cheaper to make.
Its lining coeta only 8S cents.
Only day or two la required In the
It weigh few ounce and when
not In nee can be carried In the pocket
It la wtndproof, warm and, lait bat
not least to the wearer, vertnlnproof.
Thouaanda of old kid alovea nave al
ready been made Into theee garmts
and It la certain that aa aonn aa Amer
ican women discover bow eaally they
can be made many thouaanda more
will be used.
The photo show United State
marine wearing on of the new wbn
iris I , i
Svjii frf' waJ niler a ph
J '. A aicfan" care fnr ti
J f II yaara. A girl friei
vtVA Vf Lylia
Newar. N. J "For ahnnt three
yoara I suffered from nenrnua hrmk-
Will pi INf
wak I enoij harHly
arh. a every ear. I
enuld think of and
orxb-r a rr
tarne iwnnnonn and
. .u i .
,iJLJ,t' ,rom " firat
V,kV, a lew newer ana
Tx rKTW 1 a well and
V 1CjSvwbl to do moat any
hXJ "rm reeem-
pnond ever ajne and give yon tny rvr
miaainn to puhliah this letter." Mia
N. J. '
Th mum !.(. .hww. aw i. L.
" ' - m. aaiwnm w wri ftvwv
remedy, I.ydia B. Pinkham'a VereUhle
iAminiuiKj, was bq sui luaaxui in avtaa
Kallv'a MM Was Imaiim it vmiI n K
root of her tmtiM. rt ston d ber to a
normal healthy enrciitfon and aa a result
ber nervoiuwea disappeared.
STILL THE CALL IS
FOR MORE NURSES
Surgeon General Gorgas Urges
Young Women to Take Up
Nurses, more nurses and atlll more
nurse I Is the cult from the American
army In Krnncu.
8urgeon Uvnoral Oorxaa Is urging
young women to begin the training
coursr to lit them for service at the
front, or at It-ust to tuke the plucos of
nurm-s who go to the frout, where
SO.") are needed.
"The need for nurse will not end
with the declaration of peare." his
department points out. "Therefor,
thus who begin the course of training
are asuured of employment In the fu
ture aa well as doing a patriotic serv
ice now. The number of new student
lu the schools throughout tho country
should be limited ooly by their fnclll
tlv to teach and the Clinical facilities
of tho hospitals."
In this connection It l recalled tlwt
Surgeon Uvuerul Uorgas bud an ex
perlence with nurse when he waa In
charge of sanitation In the l'anaiu
Cunul aone that muy be dupllcattd In
Prance. It was fuuud extremely dltll
cult to keep nurses la lanama been us
the Amvricun men there married them
almost as fast a they camel
"The epidemic of matrimony,'' ma It
was culled In 1'unuuia, la likely to
break out in France. Uowever, both
nurses and soldiers are over there
strictly on business lib tho kaiser, and
If roumuces bud they will not flower
uutll peace Is declared.
HtuUents are at no expense for tuU
tlou. board, laundry, liMlging, uiilforuis,
etc, and luforaiutlon about where to
enroll for the training courses may be
obtained from any Ked Cross chapter.
Hopkinsville, Ky., March 18, -018.
At a meeting of the managers of
the Hopkinsville Building and I-oan
Asaociation, held this day, the fol
lowing preamble and resolutions were
read and unanimously adopted:
Whereas, Mr. Chas. W. Durker, a
former member of this Hoard, de
parted this life March 2, 191H; and
Whereas, it is desired and fittinir
to place on record a tribute of re
spect to hia memory, therrfore be it
Kesnlved, that in the ilenlh of Mr.
Durker, the Association has lost one
of its most faithful at il zealous sup
porters, and the Hoard of Managers.
personal friend and a wise and
conservative counselor. ' who has
served as a member of the Board for
about twenty-four years, consecu
tively, and seldom mimed a meeting.
Resolved. That the community has
lost an upright, honest citlxen who
left an example of industry and in
tegrity worthy of emulation.
Resolved. That oar sympathy s
extended to his brother and hia four
sons in their berenvement. and that
these resolutions be spread upon the
minutes or the Association and
copy furnished to his family, and to
the papers for publication.
It. A. WKiKK.S.
GEO. C. LONG,
BOOKS FOR OUR BOYS.
The tftnte of Kenturkv has kwn
called upon to furnish 2.00J books
for the soldiers in the camna and
trenches. Any kind of fit tion. his
tory, poetry or travel books will be
acceptable. In fact all rood, read
able works will be welcomed by the
soldier boys. Mrs. Virginia Lips
comb, of the Hopkinsville I'ublic Li
brary will receive books donated up
to March 23 and the will be shipped
March 21. Many huve been sent in.
Will you contribute one or more?
The Safest Investment Is Land!
Money Judiciously Invested in l:ind NOW, in no! only safe hut we believe Hi mt profitable In
vestment you could make today; especially an if Invested in ISe cheaper priced landa of North Christian.
The Call of the Nation !3 Back to the Farm.
Prices of all (arm products are higher today than ever Im fore in our mrnuw-y; and mors especially
la il true with Tobacco, Corn and Live Stock, and Ihia ix where wp nhirm in Norlh Cr.rb.dnn. We "row
llie finest type of dark IoImci-u winch I now selhno t $", f ,.r m . on Iho local inarM. Think
of realizing f'jno or more per acre from Ihia rrop crown on In ml now selling' l 140 per acre. The
Norlh ChrMian corn erowrra carried off most of the blue ribbona awnrt'cd at the I'cnnyroyal Fair for llie
Host Cotn (irown in Christian County!
Pure waler and rn-li Kinuna lands abundant on the sun kissed hills nd fertile valleya of this
reyinii, aic m vi i y 1'h.si oli;il t lor pioldiible stock ntisinc.
Mr. (My M.m, or Homo S er, Vviii cut Own ai iiiiwh of tliia land as Vou want, You can mala
Two good crops pny fur Ihu land ;ind have your liviiiL I" r.nli .
BUY LAND NOW
Help I'ncle Sam Win the war f,)r di nua r.it y. To Hie Home i t i krr. the Investor, the City Man or
Speculator we say: (lVN AS MUCH of Hum l ind as you can at present prices, it will make you Independ
ent in a few years.
If you are lliinkmi; of ouying a home or iiivcslinu your income for belter profit, we would like to
ace you and talk it over with you before you buy.
THE HOME INVESTMENT AGENCY
CHAS. F. SHELTON, Manager.
GRAPEVINES AT A BARGAIN.
I want every reader of this paper
to try some of my all-summer .Tapes,
They never fail and never rot, and
are aa sweet as honey. They have
been sold for $3.00 per vine, now 2.1c
or $2.60 for 12, by parcel post. If
they are not the best yrape you ever
ate, will return your money.
Major Rahm, Leitchheld, hy.
Major Rahm is endorsed by both K
banks, the Mayor and all the Count? i
Officials. Order at on.-e.
Supply now on hind at Kenluok
ian olllcs at 2 to 4 rents each.
Four room cottage Call
F0K SALE Dark Cornish cl-i;s
for batching. 3 fur 15.
DR. C. II. TANDY.
FOR SALE JT PUBLIC AUCTION
AT THE COURT HOUSE DOOR ON
Monday, April 1st, 1918
AT 11 O'CLOCK A. M.
My residence and lot located on Water atreel between l.'llh and
lllh streets. This lot fronta Iho residence on William H. Forlx a
and the new Mrtli.xli.d church and is a neat, comfortable, cloaiMn
home propoiti..u with lmhkI lot, modern conveniences, bkkI garden
anil an necessiiry om-tniildinijH.
TKHMS Onc-tliiril cash, ImUnce in nionthlv payments or In auil
GARNER E. DALTON J
WANTKIJ A yountf married man '
with small family t take charge of ,
country blacksmith shop, a good all-
round man for farm repair work. I
Steady job for right man.
Enquire B , Care of this Office.
SmithiKin Water delivered Tues- j
laya and Saturdays. Phono C33-1. I
Good Morning: Have
You Seen Tho Courler7
Evansville's Best paper-
? and Vigr
Woman Insurance Actuary.
Mrs, Itorotby alcDonnull Rolph,
pretty IVnv.tr widow, believed to be
the only woman Inaarance actuary la
the I'lillml HI a lis, ha a accepted th po
Itlon of dlrti-tor of the roinH-anatloa
Uureuu of war rl.k Inaurauev In the
war department at Wimliliiftou.
Thai services of the peor and the
protection of the rich become reclp.
t i i ii
Should not be "duMd
lot sold apply "sa
-even if you are now weak
and run-down even if your
nerves are all unstrung.
The food phosphates and
iron, of which
ia comtxtsed, supply to Ihe starv
ing blond, brain and nerves Ihe
exact nourishment needed lo brine
them up lo standard. Men and
women Buffering from weakness,
nervous exhaustion, sleeplessness,
bad blood, depression, need Ihia
vitalizing Ionic which restores
strength and vior. It feeds the
nerves and biain and puis more
iron in the blood. Contains no al
cohol. We have sold large quan
tities of this wonderful remedy and
recommend II positively. Large
Five Weeks 1 Cft
Treatment P W
Ninth and Main.
WANTED Young imin with some i
experience lo learn busiuesa of
printer-pressimn, under draft age
and if pa.sible without military as-
i LAND OWNERS: If you want
to sell your farm list It with us im
mediately. We are in touch with
men who are anxious to buy land
at good prices. We are likely to
have a buyer waiting for just such
a place aa yours.
BOULOIN A TATE
Phone 217. Cherokee HMg.
COTTAGE FOR RENT
At KM West 17th street, 7 rooms,
bath, gas, el.ctrie lights and city
water. Ciardcn anil fruit trees. Im
mediate possession. l-iiO a year.
CHAS. M. MKACHAM.
The New Jewelry Store
Jt'Hilcrs and Opticians
liainoii(Is, H'afrhi s and Jt wtlry '
No. 8, South Main Street Hopkinsville, Ky.
We have d complete new line of iewelrv. cut oUs
ivory, soldiers' supplies, musical instruments, etc.
Uring us your jewelry tnd watch work. Our re'
pair sliop is up to the minule, every article guaranteed.
Let us engrave your stationer) , wedding and com
mencement invitation?, imnouncrnients, visii.ng cards.
Gold and silver plating of all kinds A SPECIALTY.
Our work and prices guaranteed.
One price to all.
(IM K J.K
Dr. T. W. Perkins
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON
Office Over City Dank, furmcrl)
occupied by Dr. Fruit.
Otfice Phone 124-1 -Resilience 124-2
7th and Railroad SU.
Cowherd Altacheler Sals Darn.
Phone 19. Hupltlnsville. Ky.
Fin Bath Rooms. Four Fifc-J-class
Amoni; the m;iny niomuneiils lo (iencral Sherman, tho one situa
ted in Calvary Cemetery, SI. I.uis is a most unique, compellinc de"
aiirn. The very character of its architecture s-ems to emphasize the
faithful ami honorable spirit of tins old warrior.
FRANK DOYD, PROP.
We believe in being
faithful to a trust.
We believe in being
honorable in our
dealings. We do a
work at a reasona
McCLAID & ARMSTRONG
SOU N. Main St., Hopkinsville, Ky. T . JlM