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April 4. 11)18
I To Hopkinsville
On ccihimI nf llm rxtrwirilin "y .i-lvaure in Ihr csr of mtcrl
I used in the rtunuUc'uro nf ito awl th U livt ry of same, namely:
Labor, machinery, repairs, wml, chI iiuii elilorult , ammoe in, hay,
corn, ml other feed aluTs we sre fur ceil In adv.tnci' the pr ce of ica
ml haw established the following prices to int effect April Ht
nJ to continue until further notice:
ptfl lbs. one delivery
30 cents per l(W
In the pat we have been selling 10 lb of ice for 5 cents.
We will diacontinue the five cent piecea and will veil 124 Iba for
Ellis Ice & Coal Co.
costs u: s.
Crowding the Telegraph
Wires Every Day
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us Months in the History ol the Universe.
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the News and All the News While It Is Really
iNiws, You fust Read the Courier
Journal Kvcry Day.
The lln kinsville lMily Kentuckun haa made a clubbing ar
rangetnrnt with the Courier-Journal by which people of thiir section
may get ti e Courier-Journal every clay but (Sunday by mail and
the llopklnaville Daily Kenluckian bolh a full year for $7.(N.'. The
Daily Courier-Journal alone costs subscribers tsr.(X) per year.
' The Courier Journal lathe moat quoted newspaper in Amer
ica. Ita news and viewi are not excelled by any publication any
where. Place your order through the llopkinaville Daily Kenluckian
or L E. Ilarnra, Courier-Journal agea.
Radford & Johnson
We wtl avll you a (arm 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 houie and lot in the city,
j , We have several attractive farms in our hands
Can give possession of a very fine, well im
proved farm if sold quickly Price reasonable.
2iA acres I i miles of Fairview on rural route. Well im
proved and well watered, about 70 acres of line bottom land. A
bargain at tD.OtiO.OO. Terms reasonable.
200 acres 5 mlt southwest of Hopkinsville on pike, well Im
proved. AU good tillable land, red clay foundation and lies well
Office lt Floor in Pennyroyal
EVERY 30 DAYS
THK INCONCIIVASLI SUM 0
1)1,000.000,000 LASTS ONLY
GUARANTEE WORLD FREEDOM
Third Liberty Lean, When Carried t
Succ.Mful Issue, . Will Da
IK Men te Win War
The war (or world freedom la coat
Ins the United Stales one billion dot
; lara a month, or more lb in f Ze.OOO.OOU
! a day. Appropriation already md
and bills bow pending In Congress
make It certain tbal the tint two
1 Mrs of the ar will cost America
thirty-three blllloa dollars. These f1
1 ares are coneervative. Indication! are
' the expense will be many mlllloa
! more dally.
Few persona bave grasped the Baeaav
Ins of this stupendous sum. Whet does
this bus sum aiaaa to the people ol
the United States? Here are some ol
the things It means:
That an obllsatloa of 1310 has beea
plied up asalnst every on of the 100,
voa.oog men, women and cblldrea la
the United Slates. If It were aeoee
ary to pay oft the preeent war debt
at once, the bad of a family of tour
would have to pay 11.1x0, more avail
able caab than the averaie family ol
that also baa.
Freedom comae blab. Every 14
hours Uncle Sam must spend and Is
speeding more tbaa 116,000,000 at J
easts a day for svery man, woniaa
aad child In the nation. The expenses
of the government are IS Umee a
much and war conditions aa la
peace time. Not until 1910 did the
espeodlluree of tb United States
reach a blllloa dollars la a year. Tbi
year, the first la the war. Congress
appropriated flS401.0IT.S0t. In MSI.
the year of the Bpanlab-Amortcaa t',
the total appropriations were less than
half a billion dollars 4S6 001.044, or
sbout one thirty-sixth of tb cot ol
the firet year In the present war.
la addition to voting more tbaa f la
000.000,000 cash for the tint year of
the war, Uongrw authorised the gov
erameat to enter Into additional con-
trad which agsrvgate tl.ell.000.0U0,
to be paid tor at later dates as the
Where millions of dollars for.nerly
crested Interest la Congress, billion
of dollars ararcely arouse a moment's
s'-teallon. beesu .vary body at Wash
ington realises that the beat ry to
wta the war la tb shorteet time Is to
throw the whole reaourcee of the na
tion Into the struggle and support the
brsve m.n who sr "over there.4
The wsr machinery fur a year will
cost la dollar sad aente an amount
that staggera lbs Imagination. Here
are some of the eetliastee submitted
to Congress by the military branciies.
Army. M.10.2I3.oe; fortification.
I1.S32.446.12Z; navy. S1.91.80v.ou0;
sundry civil. 1.10.14J.I. t he oh
bss Just abd fur aa additional ap
propriation of $300,000,000 to speed
up and Increase ths building of war
: hip u actuary to combat ths sub
Tbe people should realise tbst 'b
vssl sums appropriated to conduct th
war are absolutely necessary to la
the battle agalaat the rutbU'eti Pru
slan. Unleaa America spend now aba
will be enrlaved later. Unless th
people support tr government to thu
limit Uncle Ssm will be forced to d
rive the uoruy by taxatloa.
Uncle Sam bopea and believe tli
people will voluntarily lend bin. 11k
money necessary to conduct the war
fhe Third LlbnrV Loan rainpilgn,
wblch will be launched April . nhouM
have the support of every man, cnr
and child In tbe astloa. Invest in Lib
erty bonds sod mske the victory Bui
only aure but quick.
' Burpee's Seeds Grow tJr
ana ss lima UN lam. wpimei aad at Men lor th Mum. Burpee
Annual, the Leading American Seed Catalog for ISIS, at
base enevaad and avowed., h e ausei Ire. aril, lor a Stany.
W. A Ilea Burns Csu. Seed Crower. Philadelphia
HEAR M'ADOO'S VOICE
henegrephl Reaerd of His Tslk Will
s Avsllsbls st Smsll
Tbs real votes of Secretary of tba
Treasury UcAdoo may be beard la
your owa home, proclaiming liberty.
patriotism and tba A merlon's duty la
tbe preeent crisis.
Tb Third Liberty Loan forma tbs
basis fur Secretary McAdoo's talk,
mad for pbeoograpblo reproduction
Tbe Columbia Orapbopbooe Co. has
mad Immense aumbers of this ad
dress aad Ibey will be sold Is dealers
foe 40 cents, aad the retail dealera
III sell them for SS cents.
Thus every talking machine owner
may have Secretary McAaoo visit bis
owa bom sad help spread the eoe
trtee of liberty.
IHIitele Germans Oppeea Lean.
Aa Illinois banker, ebalrataa at em
of the oounty organisations, bj a letter
to tbs sales division, announce bis
organisation complete. He adds, how
ever, thai "there will be some strung
oppo.H ion to the loaa by some of aw
Orr-uana, ss tbey are belag scared P
y sniaeon telling tbem that tbe gov
r-.ra n' oiilJ force tbem to put ap
;r hril nf their money la bond." Ill
. iui f y vewtalaa atnay Oormaaa.
WAOI t ARhXERS MAY OsVTAIN
SONDS AND PAY' IN WtlKLY.
THE BANKS AGREE! ON FORM
City Workere May Pay Weekly, WMIe
in Rural Corrtfminmee oymeme
Adapud te Needs Ara
The government "partial paymwt"
plan la being adopted by many of the
elite and town t"ougbout th
Elshth rderal Reerve District for
hsnlllng th Thlad Liberty L
which starts April l.i Committees bavs
been annolnted In several elites to
work out details In. connect too with
the elan. It la thmaxtit that
of sabserlptlons to be) awed m the dale
of ths bonds will reach anything Ilk
the aaarecaU number of swoaoribers
who wlU take advantage of this meth
od of purchasing.
In St. Louis a committee) of banker
baa been active shaping arraagmeiita
so that purchasers of(theea booia wSU
bave the prlvUece of' buying them on
P. O. Watts. preeUeat Third Ns
t local Bank of SL Louis and chahman
of the Metropolitan Committee of the
Liberty Loan OrgmilsaUoa for the
Eighth Pederal Reaerra tastrlct. Is
highly anthuslasUe over th plan.
During the prev Iotas loaoa. Mr.
Watta said, there were approximately
11.000 subscriptions In SL Louis which
were taken on a weekly Installment
plan, bat la his opinloa that city
ought to bave 12S.000 subscribers to
the weekly payment plan. That la the
goal set by tbe present committee for
the Third Liberty Loan Bond Isssw.
Of th 4T bank In SL Louis. 41 bsv
signed up to co-operate In poshing the
weekly payment subsertptlons, aad a
anlform contract to govara eueh sub
scriptions, approved by the St. Loals
Clearing House Association, aa well
aa the banks themselves, has beet
Perm rs Adopted.
Th form of contract la gtvea below:
Tto eeee? ef UU Xlhertr Seas'
sue sar sie et usluS Sua
t.eii.l uaertr Let Oris Sea, aeS aere
r .snea s Hr ne mm et tset Wei i
BMt ssreaet esaU eaanei t Bltwejl
mmrmm .1 M mm mi OM mmt4 nf I Itliq
tss tear. Set as saysiel essU Sree
sMriet srter t Uw trmm eaiex Um
awe. Wimlm Seer SKI si mtt mtmr
est akau e etaeinS at SM tian at aanes-
mt 1st. ssej bML
j e re as mm Sr ear
remit et sM be. One set east sat seek
set as ansmi.eS.
a kujker site mt anereM, as arts whisk uu.
mmm ef sea, mar ks isiiaias, a. etM
ease - treM i . j- mm, at As ttes es
pms HMsseasa mm aaau aejraa a Ska seal
ate, wsUr pei sat. SM MfeTTnU ar
SreM in i if mem Sts itast k eMsra
swS sareeea ala at aesel Its ssmbm a
lanail. as eiHin.ii ktresea cm anrkei
saw. as: SM sw sales el SM assaa. na
BSM ks etall hst ks serMSask aaS mm ks
ammmmu esss seSMSt. est nses.
a ta.lii lie nst UU. Sen beta Ska sws.
Tba paaa books aad deposit tickets
lor the 44 8L Lornkt banks have beea
ordersd aad will be dlsLrl bated to the
part lot pntlug banks sometime next
week. The Publicity Ooaunftts I co
opwwUag with Ue PubDolty Commit
tee of thw Central Oi aaidaatlon. sad
It bss) been srranged a coeer the Oeld
from every angle of advertising
Special copy foe street ears, factory
earua, MUbowda. aewspapers, mage
skaea, eliwov-ny-snall srrcuiar and win
dow cards are being prepared, so that
tbe duty cm well as rh opportunity of
every American oitlaea will be care
fully brought borne to Um people.
Ollsway Csunty Adopt.
Mot only la the large) elite throucb
eet th Blgfcth Pwdetai Reserve Dts
trtot will Ue "partial payment" plan
be adopted, bat bx stnaJte eHle and
eommuntUea aa weD. la Callaway
County. Mo, the Bank era Association
ass already spatUal a committee to
work oat a alaa saftsil tor th bank
la this busy sea fuany bay thslr
bom, aaleeaobUea. plaaoa and talk
lag machines oa Um mat all si wit plan
Uaete Bam aays, Vtbj sot bus; gov.
erameat bunds b that ntaasrt Ws
eaa whip the German wtth our
Btoney. bat aot wU the sooney U oar
pocheta or bank aeooucta. It Beast go
Into Us United Stats Hmaij ba sua
esrlptloaa te Liberty Bonds.
To wta this war eatokcy
slvsly1. It Is nsosaai
eperatloa of people of an
oocupaUoaa, and there eaa be as bet
ter way to aa thla taaa by effsotatg a
general porOolpaUoa la the savesV
aieats by Which the axivernjaent wta
Baance our ttgkUag
esallv relieved wHh
Spfl HCSlI loll III ea est
tt Is ss easy tn deceive one's self
without pereHrlnt It a. It la dimmll
lo deeelve other without their find
Ing It out. Rochefoucauld.
FOR SALE P.. R I
iceck and S bee (pwllet.)i pr.m oi
isalng .lock. Call 359.
FOR SALE Wall naner Be to 30c
per roll, ritork nnl-.ii'hrl erh
week, free Mrs. Kmrna fat ett A
Son. Thcne 7'0. tits W a IliuL at
FOR RENT I
cottage Call Miss
FOR RENT Four new modem
cottages, complete In every detail.
Cell DR. WOODARD.
TWO SHOW CASES FOR SALE.
GOOD CONDITION. INQUIRE THIS
FOR SALE Good iron bed and
springs, parlor table, and gas heater.
MRS. J. D. THOMPSON
Pork! Pork! Pork!
Do not neglect your hogs,
Led 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.
FOR SALE A number ef farms,
both email and large, at bargain
prices if sold before corn plsnting.
Also soms choir homes in town.
BOULDIN A TATE.
Cherokee Bllg. Phono 217.
FARMS WANTED That farm of
yours we esn sell it we hsve cash
buyers or trads waiting, very likely
for just orh a place aa yours.
THE HOME INVESTMENT AG'CV
Chaa. F. Shelton, Msnsgrr.
WANTED Young man with some
experience lo learn business of
printer -pressman, under draft aie
and if possible without military a- -ui
LAND OWNERS: If you want
to aetl your farm list at with ua im
mediately. We are in touch vith
men who are anxioua to buy laud
at good prices. We are likely to
have a buyer waiting for just auch
a place aa yours.
BOULDIN A TATE
Phone 217. Cherokee hWg.
Smith son Water delivered Tu
lavs snd Saturdays. Iltona 633 1.
Good Morning Have
You Seen The Courier?
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COTTAGE FOR RENT
At 18 West 17th street, 5 room.
bath, gas, el ctric lights aid til.
water. Oiirden and fruit ties. Imi-
mediate possess on. fl80ayrar.
CHAS. M. MEACIIAM.
PHYSICIAN AND SUHCKON
Office 0v r City Bank, fnrmrrh
occupied by Dr. hoit.
Office rhnne 124-1 Residence 124 2
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 off early before the days get
hot, also good for hogs, sheep and
. For an (gg producer there is
nothing better than PAN-A-CEA,
makes all thu- hens lay.
Everb 'fy wants cjnsa now. So buy a small
package of Fan a-cea and bupply the demand.
Planters hardware Co.
7th and Railroad Sts.
Cowherd k AKschcler Sale Darn.
Phone 19. Hopkinsville. Ky.
Fine Bath Rooms. Four First
FRANK BOYD. PROP.
May not hz "your Presi
dent" but he is guiding the
destiny of your country, o
take an interest. Get be
hind the Third Liberty Loan
and help put it over in the
proper style and manner.
FIRST NATIONAL BANK
Of Hopkinsville, Ky.
Will Sell rena fa
A farm la ax chaos lor Llbaray
ends la las osTar walea ana seen
aiad by 0 U Camp sell, a real estate
dealer at HopktosvlUe, Ky. ranaer,
Caatpbell stalee positively be will aot
tab BMMiay Of U asual kind sor tna
(arm it Is Liberty Bends a aetsisa
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 youv
Kentucky Public Service Cd.