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TDK Anniversary Wrek will be one of
economy saving and tif treat Inter,
ret In nil housewives, it will pay you lo
visit the Kress store every day during
"WATCH KRESSr WIMDOWS
ON scroti ot of 1Kb prencttl railnd condl
iMinn many items purchased by iin, es-o-
ciully for this tale, have not been received.
At these are received I hey will be shown in
our JU4? Windows. It will pay you lo look
si hoin daily.
3PJr Anniversary Sale31j
Saturday Morning, June 1st, to Saturday Evening-Jen
Final preparations have been made, and everything is ready for the greatest Anniversary Sale we have ever held.
Seasonable merchandise of high "Kress" quality will be offered daily at such savings as will appeal to every woman,
man or child in Hopkinsville. It is well to remember that there will be a tremendous demand for these daily spe
cials. Just a word of advice Come early and bring your friends.
New Lot of A r H
Money.sav.-ng Anniversary Specials
Saturday, June 1st
ON SALE 10 A.M.
Jordun Almond, everybody's favorite flsl
Regular 4e lb. Saturday only lb.
Men's Ml Silk Ties
Wide range of the newest patterns values
lo6!)e " t)K
Saturday only, each snJQ,
Ribbons, all kinds for all uses
Main and Fancy Ribbons, value lo 75c 0
yard, Anniversary Sale Price, per ydwC
(Others at 10c and If yard)
Monday, June 3rd
AT 9:00 A. M.
5 BARS OCTAGON SOAP oe!
Kvery housewife uses it and needs no JC
further recommendation. Five Bars limited
Sale of Seasonable Dress Fabrics
30 Inch Nainsook, yd 25c
."10 inch Long Cloth, yd Y.Zic
27 inch India I lium wt "".r.
These and many other Items at" Anniversary
Ladies' lland Bags.
Anniversary Sale Price, each
AT 2:30 P. m.
latest novelties, values
Tuesday, June -4th
AT 9:00 A. M.
Ready to Wear Specials
Boy's Knickerbockers, Ladies Waists, Chil-
drea a Dresses, Boy's Overalls and many
other items, values lo 75c O e?
Anniversary Sale Price, each ZJC
AT 2:00 P. M.
Fancy Decorated China.
Plates, Creams, Ojt Meals, Saucers. t fl
values to 25c Anniversary Sale Price C
Wed nesday, June 5th
AT 9 A. M.
Ladies' Pure Silk Crrpe Handkerchiefs, Fancy Colors, 25c values
Anniversary Sale Price
Wednesday, June 5th.
AT 200 p.m.
The sample lines of several manufacturers, bought especially for this 1 A
sale, values lo 50c Anniversary Sale Price each . . . . . lUC
AT 9 00 A. M.
A sale on a well known brand of Toilet
Snap, at a price withia the rearh of all.
Watch for Window Display and Price.
A. 2:00 P. M.
A sale of an item used In the homes of all
Watch for Window Display and price.
Friday, June 7th.
ITEMS FROM CLASSWAKE,
HARDWARE AND CROCKERY
DEPARTMENT AT A SPECIAL
PRICE. WATCH OUR SHOW
WINDOWS FOR THIS SALE.
Saturday, June 8.
ON SALE ALL DAY
Men's High Grade Half Hose, 25c val- C
lies, pair IOC
Men'a Four-in Hand Ties 19c val- 1 n
ties, each 1UC
Wholesome Fig Bars, worth 35c lb., f
Saturday only ... 17C
Come to the KRESS Store Every Day Hundreds of Anniversary Values Here
Have the delightful crlspness and freshness that
appeals to all candy lovers. Take home a box
to-day. A goud'y assortment lo select from.
Merchandise at KRESS' Low Prices Al
ways Saves You Money.
Ever thing that you buy at a KRESS
STORE must provt entirely satisfactory.
vmatinajnalAftJI P4,WPirf m -. 5ve aa w am
s. H. KRESS & CO. HOPKINSVILLE, KY.
COAL SHORTAGE OF
FUEL ADMINISTRATOR SAYS
GREATER PRODUCTION THAN
EVER REACHED IS NECES
SARY. Philadelphia, fa. May 29. The
production of coal in the United
Slates for the year beginning April
MBit reach 735,000,000 net tonu.
J. D. A. Morrow, ventral director of
distribution of the United 8Utea
Fuel Administration, told the Na
tional Coal Association in convention
here. This means an increase of
HS, 000,000 tons over the production
of the coal year 1917, if the war de
mand! of the country are to be met
It is doubtful, Mr. Morrow said, if
the production of anthracite coal ran
be increased over last year'a total of
X9.000.000 (Too ton. Therefore
the entire 85.000,000 tons must come
from the bituminous mines.
Te meet these requirements it will
be nocratary te maintain an average
weekly production of 12,600,000 ton
of bituminous. This quantity has not
bee produced in any tingle week in
the hiatory of the bituminous coal in
dustry. The record week'a produc
tion was 11.825.000 tons.
The output of the bituminous mines
for April, the first month of the new
eoal year, waa 47.000,000 tons.
Should this rate of production be
maintained throughout the year, the
total output would be only 661,000,
000 tons. Under the present esti
mates of necessary consumption, the
country at this rate of production
would face a bituminous coal short-
ace of 71,000,000 tons, Mr. Morrow
SLOGANS ON THE
A CRUEL JOKE 7
One of our popular young; ladies
I played a cruel Joke on her mother,
and this is bow it happened. She ac
cidently found a love letter that her
father had written her mother in
their halcyon days of courtship. She
read the letter to her mother substi
tuting; her own name and that of her
lover. The mother raved with anger
and stamped ber foot in disgust for
bidding her daughter to have any
thing te do with a man who could
write auch nonsensical stuff to a
girL She gave the letter to her
mother to read and the home suddenly
became ao quiet thai aha -could -hoar
the snow flakes falling in the back
yard. Princeton Leader.
Two negroes beat up Jailer Albert
Jones, of Caloway county, and es
caped. One waa recaptured.
ALIEN FROPERTY BOSS
y TAKES OVER OWN BANK.
. (By latorostioasl News Service.)
Saline, Kan., May 19.The Farm
era' National Bank haa been turned
alien property custodian for this tec
tum of Kansas. One of the first
things It had to do waa to taks over
the property it occupied, because It
belonged to Cuatave Kothe, a native
Kothe lived here formerly, but
some twenty-five years ago returned
to his native land to represent the
United States. He haa never returned.
AIREDALE GIVES SALUTE.
(By lateraatieaal Newt Service.)
Camp La wis, American Lake,
Wash., May Z9. Sergeant Eic hard
sun, of the Kemuunt Depot here, baa
a pet Airedale terrier which can give
the military salute with aa much
correctness aa Jiia master. He "makes
it snappy," too.
M. D. Kelly
DIAMONDS, FINK WATCHES.
CLOCKS. JEWELRY. STERLING
SILVER AND PLATED WARE
Practical Jeweler and Graduate Optometrist
TVe INTELLIGENT, aad Wl SE people always patronise tk
eweee ef osUbiishsa topatatioa lee aoaeel equate
oWllag, end the reliable werbssaetaip wkkh Is eeaaired ealy by
leag year ef eaeeriaaee. Seek Is the house M. D. Kelly. E
Wbliehed la HepkiMvUle la 1J-
North Main Sl, Opposite
A Watchmaker of Acknowledged Superiority.
A DIAMOND EXPERT.
WANTED I WHITE BREAD
MINUS WHEAT OR RYE,
(By UteraetiesMl New aWesee.)
Springfield, III, May 20A prise
of 11.000 hangs on a Government!
tree awaiting anyone who caa shake
it down by baking e white palatable
loaf of sandwich bread thai has ao
wheat or rye in it The United SteUe
Food Administration is offering the
Announcement of a aatiejs-wide
contest in the task haa been ,rev
ceived by local bakers and reaUu,
rateura. And a large aambei tf
them are aeeking the prise.
SUMMER HAS "CAMEP
SO GOTHAM SWELTERS.
(By lateraatieasJ Howe Service.)
New York, May StFather KaUk
trbocker haa juat cast aside his red
flannels, donned his it raw hat and is
out in his back yard digging for bait
8pring didn't have ft chases,, se
tuddea waa the Jump frees wutter te
aummer. With the arrival of the
first day of eemmer, there followed
on the record books three heat p ros
tra tiona and the appearance ef the
first straw hat
DEPARTMENT PUBLIC ROADS.
Eternal maintenance ia the price
we moat pay for good roads.
Good roads to-day mean prosper
A farm with poor roads is certainly
a heavy burden.
Haa the Good Roada fever reached
ur home yett
A good road U the avenue that
givea new life to rwn-dowa com.
How long and weary Is the road
back home after e hard trip te towa
oa a bad road
There are aoae who have auch
poor highways as those who WILL
not have good ones.
Henry Ford gave 2SO,000 te
Detroit Red Cress.
Wait rivill Pay You
KOPPEL CLOAK CO., OPENS
Saturday, June 8th.
If you don't want heatleea dsn
next winter order your eoal new.
Foresight now means - anthracite
Just became yoa are warm now
don't forget yon were cold last winter.
Mines work enly to fill erders.
rrp them busy this eemmer.
Yi a can borrow money. You can't
b- rrnw coaL Do yoe get Itt
Voli have no right to talk abeet
nefllciency in others until yew have
bought your winter'a supply ef eoal
and thua helped lift the burden frees
In London and Taris they hide In
the eoal cellars from the afar raids.
You may have to do the aame thing
if you don't fill your cedar with
c ml now.
That extra ahovelfal ef eoal yots
uvo will send a troopship faster
through the danger tone.
When you try te borrow coal next
winter you'll only borrow troeble.
Uuy yours now while the price is
A cold citisen doesn't make a warm
patriot Go to the telephone and er
der your winter's coal now.
The householder in Cermaay can
get only one-third of the coal be
wanta. Yon caa get all yoa need If
you buy now.
One ef the worst forms of slack
ing is puUing off doing your duty.
Order your supply ef eoal at ones.
If you take care of the shovelful
the eoal mines will Uke care ef the
Yoa can afford to borrow money te
lay in your supply of anthracite bow.
The 30 cents a ton reduction ia price
will pay the Interest on what ye
The eoal operators can not store
coal when it comae from the mine.
You ran. Make space for the coal
you will use next winter then All
There are ft hundred ways te econ
omise in the use of coaL Practice
some of them.
Uncle Sam can't send supplies te
the boys over there without coaL
Save soma to help your boy and year
NEW WAR CRT.
The Lincoln Division has a new
war cry, tars the Courier-Journal,
whose author fa) E. Roland Dawson.
army song leader. It ia like the rebel
yell and . many college rally caOa,
is eaaily remembered and whoa giv
en by hundreds of men very effective.
It ia to commemorate the asaociatioa
of three Slates, Indiana, Kentucky
and Illinois, in the formation of the
division, and follows:
IKI! IKI! KII KI!
IK1I I KI! KI! KI!
Aa an improvement, we auggeet
1-KILI I-KIL! KIL! KILI
I-KILt I-KIL! KILI KILI
YOU ARE INVITED
Elk Valley Stock Farm 1
Sale of I
NINETY-SIX HEAD IMPORTED AND NATIVE BRED 1
H T - a, I .
June 4, 1918.
The experience of last winter compels ui to greatly improve and a
enlarge our dairy and stable accomodations. Te do this will require
all ef our time thia aummer and falL Rather than cull ever ear herd
, we have decided to make thia aale and absolute dispersal of our en-
tire herd without reserve or protection. Therefore thia ia aa epporte-
nity to buy the best at your own appraisement with ninety-six bead
to pick from.
Our motto haa been "Buy the Beat and Breed Them Better." We
etand back of every animal we offer. J
We have MAJESTY, GAMBOGE'S KNIGHT, OXFORD YOU'LL
DO, and RALEIGH breeding the predominating atrama In our berdy
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the ladies are always welcome at Elk Valley Sales. Sale begins
ter early lunch, served on the grounds. Come early and Inspect
tie. Write for catalog. ,
Col. H. L. Igleheart, Col. Felts Hut,
Col. W. A. Hoi man, Auctioneei
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