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March 31. 10 IS
i Princess Tomorrow.'
I'rnllr, IVIito a-i 'luant Little English Foollight Favorite, In
"Debt of Honor."
A picturesque and pleasing romance, sparkling with newness
PRINCESS WEDNESDAY Ilarry Lockwood in Paradise Garden.
Dick Bosson and Paul-'ne Currey
With strong supporting cast- in Wm. Dudlcy-Pclly's
" CSE AT LAW."
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Louise Lovely, Carmel Myers and Jack Mil hall,
with supporting cast of 1,000, In Iho Iremenrlmia Clnr-ma Creation,
"SIRENS OF THE SEA."
The Picture Beautiful. An elaborate and wonderful film adap
tion of (ha story by Uraca Helen Ilailey from the charming legend of
the Lnredri. The zenith in running, awlmming, diving and aquatic
Tht clever, brigW ind Inlcrealing slory of a young
news paper reporter.
REX TUESDAY 11 AROUJ r.OCKWOOD in 'THE HAUNTED
PAJAMAS." The Mystery of the Orient wilh Ihe Romance of Today
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FRANKEL'S BUSY STORE
IN THE GROUND
MOST OF NEW ACREAGE HAS
BEEN SET OUT THE PAST
TWO WEEKS LOOKING FINE.
The work of petting out straw
berries in the Pembroke district will
be practically completed by t!ic las'
of the week.
For three week now the pluntine
' ha been in progress, and hint week
and the present week the greatest
iot of plnnts have been act. For a
time it waa rather difficult to pit
the plant in quantities desired, hut
thia obstacle wn overcome after
visit of Manager I'owell to the nur
series at Chattanooga, Tetin. The
plants were unusually good as a rule,
the ground was well prepured, the
season good, and there is every rea
son to expect a perfect sUind from
At an evidence of the faith of the
grower in the future of the straw
terry industry here, there are many
new growers starting in this year
and nearly all of the old grower
I iv maMe substantial additions t
their acreage. There are now many
crop of as much as five acres, some
as much a ten, and one grower, Mr
Wm. Wilson, of the Hell's Chapel
vicinity, la adding twenty-live ncre.
to his crop this season. Mr. Wilson
had ten acres, the Urgent acreage in
the association Inst year, ami the
new planting give him thirty-five
acres. Thia i a big crop of straw
berries, but Mr. Wilson is a big far
mer and made a fine success of his
first crop, so with the experience
gained then, he feel assured of the
micr'si if his still larger crop
DEEDS RECORDED MAR. 29-30.
J as. H. Ware and wife to (1. V.
Brewer. 4 acres on Kussellville road.
W. D. Martin and wife to J. II
Itillman. 2 tracts land near Carl,
kv., and on Sugar Creek. $ 1.000.
J. A. K o in and wife to J. M.
Harris. 10 acre near Pembroke,
C. F. Jackon, Sr., and wife to J.
I.. Brown. Truct land near Caaky,
A. II. Kekles and wife to Ine
Wood. House and let on a. .Main i
street. I5..100. I
Mrs. Ine Wood, et ul. to A II.',.
Fxklcs. House and lot on 8. Main ,
and Irtth streets. Stf.iWO.
Pork! Pork! Pork!
Do not neglect your hogs
Feed a Balanced Ration
and push them to maturity.
In this way you help our gov
ernment, our army, our navy,
our allies and yourself most of
The Acme Mills Co.
SOME SIMPLE RULES.
Co to bed an hour earlier than
(et up nt the usual hour by
your clock nn hour earlier.
Hoovcruo on your food un
less you arc aide to get more.
Keail the Bible each day with
optimism. And go to rlunday
School and church on rSunday.
Smile and speak 9 "good morn
ing" to your friend when you
meet on the street. You might
(let sciuainted with your
neighbor you might like him.
Work hard at some useful task
all il-iy nn I s!-ep soundly at
Iont get nervous. Thc.ie '
days bring changes. Anything '
in I'kely to happen. '
! some good deed for some- 1
body who is in need. It will is- '
tain your religion. '
Live the best life you can ev- '
cry day. '
Iji!t but not leant, read the
DAILY KF.NTl'l'klAN every
DO THEIR DUTY
ALL MINISTERS ARE ASKED TO
PREACH ON LIBERTY BONDS
The sug.'et.n that in nil of the
i liur In I uroui'luiiit the Htli Federal
..,,. n... t titt re! the i-nit.r in their
niorn'ri' service take up the Third
I.ibiitv Loan en Sundii) the 7th, and
divu.. it in their serni'in, is meet
ing with much Tavor.
Probably there is no more patrio
tic clan of men to be found in the
country than the ministers of the
gospel, and no class of men are clos
er to their fellow men than they are.
I If the Liberty Loan Chairman of
the cities and towns throughout the
district will take this up wilh the
pn.ntors, request ma le to them that
thev ure the iiccc.vtity of the mem
tiers of their congregations who are
aide to invest in bonds would doubt-
lev) be well received and meet with
a ready renponw. The minister are
chosen from the most intellectual
classes, they exert a powerful in
fluence over the members of their
conirctrationi), and a sermon deliv
ered by them at the opening of the
campaign would be of great value,
ami would tend to shorten the cam
paign, ami wilh the Loan floated the
war w ill end with a victory much
'sooner than if the people are alow in
'tendering their support to the (iov
eminent. FOR RENT Knur new modern
tlages, complete in every detail,
nil UK. WOUAKI.
aHZzL&. Asst. an .a.iai r '
Pi-irate Peat Who Wa$ Heard
By An Immense Crowd.
Next Week al
"Sirens of the Sea," was ix
month in the making and wa com
nlvtcd at a great ependitur. The
director, Allen i. Iioiuuar, nw
... ... i. i
in it undersea and water scenes
some of the most unusual photo-.
graphs yet transferred to the screen
Notably the night scene on the en
chanted Udand. The picture was ma.lc
at Santa Crui, an island in California,
and constantly employed a cat of
one thousand persons, headed by
I-ouise Lovely, Carmel Myers and
Jack Mulhall. Grace Helen ilailey is
responsible for the try which has
to do with the od.l adventures which
befall a girl cast in a storm on the
black shores of the lonely Island in
There will be no advance in the
price of admission for this siwcisl
attraction. An exceptionally line
picture that is sure to prove a rure
hick Rnsson and I'auline Curley
"A Case at Uw." The story of
young newspaper reporter. A
bright and clever romance by Wm.
Harold Lockwood in "The Haunt
ed Pajama." Adapted from the pop
ular novel by France Perry Kltiott.
The mystery of the orient with the ro
mance of today combined in a churm
Peggy Hyland, Pretty Petite and
Piauant little F.nglish foollight fav-
onia in we most picturesque p-ioio-; promises to lie even a bigger surceas
play of her brilliant career. "libt Urn,, "Poppy." the petite star's big
of Honor." grni triumph.
THE LAST THING
Tlial a have much l leuru from the Fr io li alieu It eoiiiea lu rauiou
rlage la evidenced by this vbotograiih wblch shows not ouly a dummy gua,
lut duuuiif soUller as wlt
at the Tabernacle Lat Night
the Picture Shows
Harold Lockwood in a screen adap
tation of George Gibha, fascinating
entitled, " Paradise Garden. A rad
iant romance of society life.
Princsis Thursday and Friday.
Winsome Ilillie Burke is to ap
pear in her latest picture, "Kve's
Daughter,' This is an adaptation by
.Margaret Turnhull of Alicia Ram
sey's play of that name which was
produced on Broadway thia year with
Grace George as the star. The ex
cellent cast includes Thomaa Meighan
who, it will be remembered, appeared
with Miss llurke in "The Land of
Promise," "The Mysterious M
Terry" and others. William Riley
Hatch, Florence Flynii, Lionel At-
well, Mary Navaro and other.
Alma Keubcn and Watt Whitman
will appear in an elaborately staged
drama of New York's four hundred,
entitled "The Regenerates" a capti
vuting story by John Lynch.
"The Tenderfoot," ia the second in
the series of screen adaptation of the
ramou "Wolfville Tale," by Alfred
Henry Lewi and in the cast besides
.Mr. Uuncan and Miss Hollowsy, are
Florence lye, Walter L. Rodge
Jo Kyan, Charles Wheclock, liuttie
Busk irk, and r red Forrester.
Aside from the mere story tailing
powers of 'The Moth" it presents an
interesting study of a young girl's
wmch provides exceptional eppor
unitiea for Miss Taliuadge' histrionic
ability, and made under the expert
direction of F.dward Joke "The Moth"
Mr. E. S. Murphe has been trait
HI for some time at hla home on
South Main stmt, and late new
from hi bedside does not Indicate
any improvement in his condition.
E. G. Collins sustained a vers
painful Injury to hi right knee yes
terday morning In atepplnc off of a
wagon. It waa not definitely decid
ed whether there waa a fracture or
Just a bad sprain, and he was taken
to Hopkinavlll to have an X-ray
made of the Injury.
We regret sincerely to chronicle
the serious illness of Mrs. Jno. P.
Garnatt, Mrs. Garnett, who had been
at the hospital in Hopkinsville under
treatment for the peat two weeks,
was removed to Nashville few
days ago. Relatives here are ad
vised that her condition is very ser
ious. Pembroke Journal
(Furnished by Whitfield Bros.,
Odd Fsllows Bldg.)
March 30, Itlt.
May ....128 126H 125 125
May g1i 84 ii 85
May 48.15 48.15 47.85 47.85
May 28.00 28.00 25.72 25.80
May 24.80 24.80 24.45 24.50
Lib 8 H's ....99.00 99.00
Lib 4's ; 98.98 97.00
LsmUvilla Live Stack.
Cattle Receipta 8b0, steady, un
Hog Receipts 2200, 25c lower,
Sheep Receipts 60; steady, un
changed. BUY A HOME
The Lad ford property aitoated aa
the North Wast center ol tka lata.
sactioa of Seath Virgiaia aad 18th
treat will ba sold a Moaday tka 1 at
day ( May, IBI8, batwaaa tha boar
al II a. as. aad 2 p. mm. mm a credit
af sis eaoaths by Laciaa H. Davis,
Now that kaildiag awtariale arc sa
high this sal affords a asdesylid aa
portuaity to a ay aaa who aay wish
to bay a good basse ia aa oscallaat
rssideaca sactioa of Hopkiaseilla, Ky.
As tLu property also raata wall it
affords aa opportaaity for a high class
iaeastasaat ia real pro parly.
B aro aad attaad this sale, as
epportuaitUs to bay property of this
character do aot caas eftea.
TRIMBLE A BELL,
Joba Stiles, Attya.
DES MOINES IS PLANNING
LARGEST GARDEN IN WORLD.
(By lateraaUoaal New Service.)
Camp Dodge. Des Moines, Ia., Mar.
30. The largest war garden in Iowa
will be located here. Every nook
and corner of the large cantonment
will be turned Into gardens, car loads
of foodstuffs will be raised, and prob
ably be devoted to the use of the
soldiers at the cantonment.
Dea Moines landscape gardener
will lay out the grounds and Dos
Moines labor, assisted and directed
by expert market gardeners, will do
the work. High ixhool students may
ADMIT SHERMAN LOGIC.
(By latarsatioaal News Service.)
Pittaburgh.Pa., March SO "Wear
OF HIGH PRICED TIRES
I New Fisk 30x3! Non-Skid, Regular Price $22.00
OUR PRICE $14. 00
Vulcanizing and Re -Treading x
Western Kentucky Tire Co,
! 208 E. 9th St. Phone 391 "
City of Hopkinsville, Ky.
Commissioner of Public Finance
Report of Receipts and Disbursements
For the Month of February, 1918.
BALANCE CaSB OM BAND at csssa af
IIisiMi CisiSwt. Unnktaarnall asbaf arts
Cava SaHae Cill MHaktaa r.l askaf Ma
cMpmI DiVsatrtMWM'aB esiHiaV Mk4 SpvBkMns .
at talanal rraai Vhataai rar I aaJ. ..
af fcrtanet rraaa Mia. at- C Glaat, mailiin faad .
eaOartsS to lb rase 114, IwkHal -
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TOTAL SBCBtPTS gOB THE MONTH
TOTAL DEBITS, hstMlas fsaahrts far Uw
CM af alartit arsat faratasal Bach Braad OrcraJI C.
Btrast DaaartaMat, air-rsns aa4 ammn a Inasa
Wai Baaaa, kasid MB af
CaarUv aasl i
r'i aaVa. aaasaat saal aaatr dark a rasrtwwiiliia
ike . '.It
aw aanta 4 aanair traaanrtotoa 1.117 M
Ctt Haft, aslarr at JaaMar. Uckts aat slaaifclaa .
CH JaM.asaasaaaf aMalsaaraS Siauli
Stannary. Prtattsa an aeiartkaaa
Aanaat terae ra a lia af
lu af hasHfc Diiitanal
" nlt at aasrtaary ilinl
Cava Barlaa " sastas's aaaur saS awiaaatsl assism
rva DesartaMt. aar-eaM far asauk. faaS MM. eta,
Bssaaasaf kakUact attest aad sake ways at ike cHy
VaaMa rsrk. kaasar's asauy. Saklaaad Naaam ataptr
rsaos Fark. kaasar's may. Beats sac rasaifs llcfcl til'r
Saattary DayartaMat, say ralki sad Ian nan's salary
TOTAL EXPSNDrrUBBB FOB TUB MONTH
BALANCE ON BANK af ssswins, Pakraan aX IMS
Bl hi alii CasHliiy. staklaa faad-
Blmalil Casary. Martaaty Caayal faa4. .
Cava Settae aswtsry. OasiaUaa Aessaal . .
Caa Satisa laawtarv. atakkn road
Oty Btakiaa faad. MX V. B. B. Bosd)
OaVadBalariss faad ....
rt)a Daaaroaaat f aad
WaW City Sekaal gaad
B.kalBaadataklaa Eaad. tlaase af
rUNDS HELD IN TRUST.
CisiilMI Malataaaasa read. Mia. E. C Okaa, baaaa iH
CasntiiT Malataaaaas fa a. E. P. CaasaarH. Daeaaatd .
BALANCE ON MANft atoasaf iml aa. Pakraary SB, IMS.,
I kaiaky aartlf y Ikat tka
af tkafeadaaf taadtyaf Bopklaavllla,Ei..laaad for tka aaaitk af Pakraary.
lilt, and I fartkay certify tkat tka foneaias l-alsaea skuva kaMis, si Ira std tensct
kahannf -- - tfc-.t-.w Potmary St. IMA
fewer white kid gloves and conserve
gasoline. Your laat season's suit still
looks good and Ave cents worth of
dye will turn your old straw hat
into a new one."
"Sherman certainly was right,"
was the general comment of high
school girls after hearing these hint
in B lecture on dress conservation.
TEXAS GOING DRY.
Gov. Hobby has signed the state
aallaMiaa af Saas. W ...
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far at) eVearaaeata
srkna ctty sekaal.....
ae4anj ottj U Viaai
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Jaa. t, Itlt) .
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ilminaaeauM t.H JaVIS
tslaapast af sB racatpal aad
atfauy BaaaMta. W. B. WICKS.
rial In l af Paha Plaaaaa.
etty af MortuaaUto. Ky.
wide prohibition bill recently paased
by the Texas Legislaure. The bill
became a law when signed by the
Governor and will become effective
in 90 days after adjournment ef the
legislature, which will be Jon ZS eg
27 thia year. '
The extent of Canada's woodlands
and forests Is said to exceed MBjObVl.
000 acres. T