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April 4. IMS
I To Hoplrinsville
On account of the e xtrsordin try advance in Ihr cost of ntitfcrl- '
at used in the nunufac'ura of ko md Ihe delivery o samr. ii-me ly:
labor, machinery, repairs, emil, calcium chloridi , amnios ia, hay,
J corn, and othar feed stufTs we are forced t sdviiic ilo pre of ica
and bate -itabllli.hed tha following prices to K l"lo effect April lit
aivf to continue until further notice:
BOO lbs. on delivery . .
100 lbs .'
60 lbs '.
JJ In the past ws bavs been selling 10 lbs of ke for 5 cents.
Ws will discontinue the Ave cent pieces snd will self 12 lbs for
! Ellis Ice &
Crowding the Telegraph
Wires Every Day
Undoubtedly Wr Have Fi.terrd Upon the Most Moment
m Months in the History of the Universe.
TJy World Revolves Around Newspap'rs -If You Want
the News and All the News While It Is Pealiy
taws, You Vust Read the Courier
Journal Every Day.
The lliiikintville Daily Kentuckian haa made a clubbing ar
rangement with the Courier-Journal by which people of Ihi ' section
may get the Courier-Journal every clay but Sunday by mail and
the Hopkinsville Daily Kentuckian both a fuU year for $7.00.'. The
Daily Courier-Journal alone costs subscribers $5.00 per year.
' The Courier -Journal Is the must quoted newspaper in Amer
ica. Ita news snJ views a;e not excelled by any publication any
where. Place your order through the Hopkinsville Daily Kentuckian
or L. E. Barnes, Courier-Journal agen.
Radford & Johnson
We wil evil 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, welt im
proved (arm if sold quickly Price reasonable.
205 acres I i miles of Kairview on rural route. Well im
proved and well watered, about 70 acres of fine bottom land. A
bargain at 19,000.00. Terms reasonable.
200 acres 5 miles southwest of Hopkinsville on pike, well Im
proved. AU good tillable land, red clay foundation and lies welL
Office 1 t Floor in Pennyroyal .
Burpee's Seeds Grow ta!
8m Ji I Uaeea tht Ubi. mnm and t (ten lor la iutura. Burpaa's
Annual, In Lsadln Aimrkaa Seed Catalog for ISIS, ba.
Baaa anlararj Baeieaii, It a wuM lies. ni. k a today.
W. Atlas SuirM ta.. Smi Uranre, Philadelphia
30 cents per ICO
I . 1 1! II
costs u: s.
EVERY 30 DAYS
TNI INCONCtlVAILI UM Of-
SJa.OOO.WOOO LASTS ONLY
GUARANTEE WORLD FREEDOM
ThlrS Liberty Lean, Whnt Carried t.
usceeaful Issu., . Will De
Sh to Win War
The war for world freedom la eoaV
Mag the United States one billion do
lars a month, or mora tha a IH.OOO.CKM)
a day. Appropriations already mad.
and bills now pending In Congreu
'maka It certain that the (Irat ta
fears of tha war will coat America
tblrtr-tbre. billion dollara. These Ps
area ara conservative. Indications art
fee aapenae will ba many aaUlloaa
rw parsons have grasped the bomb
Ing of thta stupendous anm. What doea
thla bug turn niean to tba people ol
the United Slate. ? Hera are some ot
the thlnga It meana:
That as obligation of 1330 haa beea
plied op egalnat every one of tha 100.
000,000 men. woman and children la
the United States. IX It were neces
sary to pay oft tba present war debt
at once, tba bead of a family of four
would baaa to pay f M10, mora avail
able caab than tha average family ol
that alaa baa.
Freedom cornea high. Every J
hours Uncle Bam must apend and la
spending mora than 115,000,000 at IS
eenta a day for every man, woman
and child In tba nation. Tha espenaea
of tha government are IS Umea as
much ander war conditions aa la
peace times. Not until 1910 did the
aapendlturea of tha United State,
reach a billion dollars In a year. Th'e
year, tba flrat In tha war, Congreaa
appropriated IIIJOI.0J7.S01. In ISVS.
tba year of tha Spaulib American ara,
tha tots! appropriations were leaa than
half a blllloB dollara 1 484 00! 044. or
about one thirty .lith of tha coat ol
the flrat year In the present war.
la addition to voting mora than f IS
000,000,004 caab for the flrat year of
tba war, Ooogreae authorised tha gov
ernment to enter Into additional coa-
tracta which aggregate 1.611.000.000.
to be paid for at later datea aa the
Where million, of dollara fonnerl
created Interest la Congreaa, billions
ol dollara scarcely arouae a momenta
attention, becauae everybody at Wah
Ington reallsea that Ihe beat way to
win the war In the ahorteat time la to
throw the whole resource, of the na
tion Into the struggle and aupp'rt Ihe
brave men who are "over there.
Tha war machinery fur a year will
coat la dollara and eenta an amoun'
that aleggvra the Imagination, Here
are eonie ot the eatlmalea submitted
to Congreaa by the military brauclire.
Army, S..10,2I3,.US; fortlflratlona.
IJ.S32.44t.122; navy, ll.MMoo.ooO;
sundry civil. ll.lSO.Hl.m. Ihe mty
haa Juat axked for an addllluual ap
propriation of S300.0o0.0U0 to speed
up and lncreaae tha building of war
:.blp. neceaaary to combat the sub
iue people ahould reallte that bf
vaat auma appropriated to conduct th.
war are absolutely neceesary to In
the battle againnt the rutbl an Pru
Ian. Cnlraa America apwmU now the
will be enslaved later. Unless tha
people .up port the governiuvnt to Ihu
limit Uncle Sam will bo forced to d
rive the money by taiatlun.
Uncle Sara bopea and believe tliS
people will voluntarily lend him the
money neo-aaary to romluct the war
The Third Llboity Loan rauipiltl'i,
which will be launched April S. xhoul l
have the auppurt of every man, wenr
and child In the nation. Inveat in Lin
erty bond, and make tba victory But
only aura but quick.
HEAR M'ADOO'S VOICE
Phonographic Reeerd ef Ml. Talk Will
a. Available at Small
The real voice of Secret -uv of tha
Treasury McAdoo may be beard la
your owe home, proclaiming liberty,
patrlotlam and the Americans duly la
tba present crtala.
The Third Liberty Loan forma the
baala for Secretary McAdoo. talk,
made for phonographic reproduction
The Columbia Urapbophone Co. ba.
made Immense numbers of thla ad
dress aad they will be eold to dealer,
foe 40 eenta, and the retail dealer,
will sell them for IS cento.
Tbua every talking machine owaer
may have Secretary McAdoo vlelt bla
own borne aad help apread the doe
trtae ot liberty.
Illinois G.rmane Oppeaa tasn.
Aa Illinois banker, ehalnuaa ef awe
ef the county oriaulsatluoe, ba a letter
to the aalea dlvtaloa, announoea bla
orsanliatloa complete. He sdds, bow
ever, that "there will ba soma strong
oppo.lt loa to the loan by soma of aur
Orr-'in, aa they are being scared ap
y nMMn telling them that the gov
f.ni ni 4roulil fjree th.ui to put up
;.r erir ..f their mone In bond..' tlu
. hi ry wsalaiB. utaay Osrmsaa.
LOAN IS POPULAR
WAQI IAHNSIHS MAY (MTAIN
SONOS AND PAVIIN WIEXLV.
THE BANKS AGREEION PORM
CHy Workers May Pay Weekly, WMI.
In Rural Communities Syeteme
Adapted ta Needs Ara .
Tba governnwnt "partial paymmt"
plan la being adopted by many ot the
cities snd towns throughout the
Eighth Federal Reanl-ve District for
handling tha Thlid Liberty Loan,
which atarta April .( Committees bave
been appointed In eeveral cltws to
work out detaila In- eonnaoUoo with
the plan. It la tboogtit that no fora
of subscriptions to ba awed Sa tha tiale
ot tha bonds will re sob anytWrs- Ilka
tba aggregata number of saisaorlbers
who will lake advantage of thla metb
od of purchasing.
In St. Loula a oommtttes) of banker,
baa bean active ebsring arrangements
so that purcbaanrs of. theee booia wSII
have the privilege of' buying tbem on
F. O. Watts, president Third Na
tlonal B.nk of 8L Loula aad cbabman
of tba Metropolitan Ccanmlttee of th.
Liberty Loan Organlastloa for the
Rghth rederal Rveerre District, Is
highly enthusiastic over tba plan.
During the prevlowa loans, Mr.
Watt. aald. there were approximately
IS.ooo subacrlptloos In SL Loula which
were taken on a weekly Installment
plan, bat In bla opinion that city
ought to have 13S.0OO aabacribera to
the weekly payment plan. That Is the
goal set by tba present committee for
the Third Liberty Loan Bond laaoo.
Of the 47 banka In SL Loots, 4 bav
algnvd op to co-operate In poshing the
weekly payment subscriptions, gnd a
uniform contract to govorm sueh sub
scriptions, approved by the St. Loula
Clearing House AsaoclaUon, aa well
as tha banka tkemaelvea, haa been
Form I Adopted,
The form of contract Is gtves below:
Tto wm ef thk "Utartr laee" pes. ex
M f rmlw t B UsluS Watas Cev
itiimI IJbvtr law UU Umtm. aa. kee
r M'ei ts er tn mmm .1 tmm mih
tm IMUlHeeM. WIUmb u
i wa aa laaaa ef Baaa. h aaa kaarhuj
S klckar eaa aj latseaM. aaa arte Jak mi.
laaa. af aaads aav ka Bins. Oa aMl
kaaa ar IraM innaar mmj a4 ka aanaa amar-
alsa Oaj aiaiai.l.a arlflleeai ka wtm
If Ola aa,rtiier shsB ll lain SitHaiial Is
aiaiaii naaUr pai anew, aa aaia k-aa ar
araat in iT mam Urn rkjM a iwfara
aar. aaj aaj Bke UM aaMSSM Pap-
II I tlaa Ota Sitlaeau Sareii OM a ait T
vataa aaS Vaa ear valaa at Wh eaaea. Tkla
pmm kaak akaU kat ka . Mull. aaS Baas ka
SMaaalaS aail itraelf ara eaSa.
nulla a a BVM fmm aaak Ota awa.
Tba pass books aad dWpsatt tloketa
for the Sd St Losda banks have beea
ordered and will be dlatrlbatsd to the
pmrttotpatlug bssOta aometliaa next
week. Tba Publicity Cuaunltene la oo
operaUag wdtb tba Publfcdty Commit
las ot tba Centra) Organisation, and
ft bag bean arranged is eoeer tha CMd
from every angle of advertbang
Speclai eopy foe street cars, factory
eanla, billboards, newspapers, maga
skMa, tflreoVby-mall oircuiara and win
dow cards ara being prepared, so that
the du'y cm well as (he opportunity t.f
every Amertoaa cJftaeo will be care
fully brought boms to the aeopta.
CalUMaay Csunty Aatopts.
Not only la the larg dtlea tbrosab
oat the Eighth rwdesej Reasrva Lis
liiot will tba "partial paymeul" plan
ba adopted, bat la smalnw ettles and
sommunltlea as wvO. la Osllaway
County, Mo., tk. rSuvkarv Aaaoolatloo
baa alrMdy apooftlted a eonunlltex to
Work owl a piaa awttabla for the banka
In thla boay age tisuty bay their
homes. aatoSBoblles, pianos and talk
ing machines e the mat ailment plan,
tnela Sam eaya. Why ant buy gov
erameat buaaU bs this n.ae.rt Wa
eaa whip tha Oermsaa with oar
money, bat with the asastey U ow
pocket, or bank asooubta. It awaat go
bsto the United StsSaa tr.a.ari ba aub
aarlptlvna ta Liberty fcieda.
To win this war galckty aawt deor
slvely1. It is tvaesaaary to aalket tba ee
aperatloa of people of ah daaaaa and
occupations, and thara caa bs Be bat
tae way to do this Ihsa by affacshsg a
geaeral pardimpatlua la tha la vest
sieoU by whleh the govarameat srlO
flaaare oar ftghUag fi
Will eall rsmt far essla.
A farm la aa chaos tor User
hood, la the offer whloh haa Seea
aiaee bf O. L. Cam past I. a real estate
dealer at HupktnsvUle, Ky. ranker.
Campbell stales poaltlvelr b. U1 aat
take auavrf of the asual kind for tha
Cartas ft la Uasrtjr Honda er set his a,
nil orv? tfiT
awls, on u. Ssm n
Bsak ssrsNM Mail ka esoWal kitw-M
no. ! u est ef Uke eM tttr Ismtif
Use naesf War. e1 ae avaHBl asail Sfae
au.al e-ta S, aa Bala n ii P.Ha Om
man nil n kaar tatsean eaS sal. latar.
art akaU ea aaeS at Ota Ua at eame
ea? af taaj paai baas.
Yea eavahaeer sja eaelala Sao aallia ear
SMat la Uaa ttas aaa raw aai Bate ear aar
am mmt at aaa Uaw, lai i p. east a aaalaaaa
nnaal at eat aaa Okas I pat esM far aaaa
SM aa eaUaejIaaS.
afclliC CfVMa 1st
1- H -a .l.lv
MM gstxfhlirMsffMI j
' JLeaw . ! i-A, UX ,fU I
It la aa easy lo deceive one's self
wlthont pere-lTlng II aa It la dimrnll
lo deceive others without tbetr find
Ing It ont. tlih-hefntirauld.
FOR SALE Pea
eeck aad S bea. (pellel.)i premu-n
wiealng .teclu Call 359.
FOR SALE Wall naoer fk- to .Kir
per roll. Stock n nl n'!.e I enrh
week. 5ee Mrs. Kmna Calrtt
Son. Phone 70. 11 S Walnut at
Four room rotuee fsll Mm!
FOR RENT Knur new modern
rotlaires, complete in every detail.
Call DR. WOODARD.
TWO SHOW CASKS FOR SALK.
GOOD CONDITION. INQU1KK THIS
FOR SALE (inoil Iron bed and
sprinira, parlor table, and gas heater.
MRS. J. D. THOMPSON
FOR SALE A number of farms.
both small ami larcc, at bargain
prices if sold before corn planting.
Also some choice homes in town.
BOHLDIN 4 TATE.
Cherokee BMg. Phone 217.
FARMS WANTED That farm of
yours we can acll It wa have rath
buyers or trade waiting, very likely
for Just such a place aa yours.
THE HOME INVESTMENT AtiTV
Chaa. F. Shelton, Manager.
WANTED Young man with some
experience to Irarn liusinesn of
printer -pressman, under draft sue
snd if possible without nulil.iry
LAND OWNERS: If you want
to aell your farm liat St with ua im
mediately. We are in touch "vith
men who ara anxious to buy land
at good pricea. Wa are likely to
have a buyer watting for just such
a place aa yours.
BOULDIN at TATE
Phone 217. Cherokee libit;
Smlthson Water delivered Tin
lava and Saturdays. I'hone KKI 1.
Good Morning Have
fou 8eenThe Courier?
Evansvllle's Best paper
COTTAGE FOR RENT
At H18 West 17th street, b namis.
tMtli, eaa, el vtric li'Ma ' at
water, (inrden and ft tut lit-i s. I'd
mediate posspaa on. fin') a ymr.
CHAS. M. MEACIIAM.
PHYSICIAN AM) SIMMON
Office Ovi r I'ily Bank, frmriU '
rrci p:cd by Dr. huit. !
Olllrc I'hone U'l-1 -Kesidrnre 124 2
R. "f. JETTED. VTJM.
7th and Kailmt Sis.
Cowliertl It Akschclcr Sale ll.irn.
I'hone in. Hopkinsville, Ky.
Fine Bath Rooms. Four First
FRANK BOYD. PROP.
KILL THE CHILL
These cool mornings by using a Gas Heater to
take the edge off the room.
We have the famous "Hot Spot" heaters. None
better. A call at our office will convince you..
Kentucky Public Service Cd.
Pork! Pork! Pork!
Do not neglect your hogs,
F. cd 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.
Stock and Poultry Tonic
Prepare your stock for the hard
work you have for them this
spring. Buy a pail of
Dr.- Hess's Stock Tonic
makes them hearty and healthy and
shed oir early before the days get
hot, also good for hogs, sheep and
For an egg
nothing better than PAN-A-CEA,
"makes all thj hens lay.
Ever h -?y wants cjr's iit)W. S buy a small
prickle of Pan a-ct'aurul tupply the demand.
Planters r'ardware Co.
May not D2 "your Presi
dent" but he is guiding the
destiny of your country, so
takr an interest. Get be
hind the Third Liberty Loan
and help put it over in the
proper style and manner.
FIRST NATIONAL BANK
Of Hopnlnsvillo, Ky.
producer there is )