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PACK Brora "1
DAILY EXNTUCKIAH "
f RINCEJS TO-DAY.
HAS A NOVEL COMEDY
PICTURE IN "MR. FIXIT."
Appearing In his laUt photoplay
"HR. FIX-IT" m the expounder el
the theory that happiness la habit
and ceinea only to thoea who afford
happiness to ethers, Douglas Fair
banka will bo aeon In a new and novel
character creation vastly different
from those of the wild West In which
ho recently haa been aeen with euch
The scenes of "MR. FIX-IT" are lo
cated in the homo of wealthy resi
dents of New York, and he is an alt
round fixer of hearts and things.
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America'! Foremost Exponent of Good Cheer.
The live wire of the movies In
MIR. FOX OTP'
The most unique, novel, entertaining and Lttigh.ille screen play of "Smiling Doug's" remarkable career.
The greatest Faifbank's ricture of them all.
ADULTS 13c, WAK TAX 2c CHILDREN 9c, WAR TAX Ic
CLARA KIMBALL YOUNG
The screen star supreme. With her own company
From the famous play of the same name by Herbert Furtner. An entrancing romance of American society
life. A sparking story of hive and millions. Cast of stirs. Elaborate ami beautiful setting.
coma together when traveling fifty
miles an hour, and are destroyed.
Then there is canoe that goes over
a precipice, severs! hundred feet high
snd many other thrills.
In the words of the critic "All
Msn is one of those exceptionally
(Ins pictures without s blush."
CITY DIRECTORIES FOR SALE.
There has been no Intimation that
the Caron Directory Co. will issue its
biennial City Directory thia summer.
The Kentuckian still has one or two
unused directories placed on sale with
it in that it will dispose of to
sny new comers who need direc-
' Robert Warwick and Mollis Kin
in "All Msn". A strong dramatic
story about a bevy of girls and a
hsnrlaome hero; two especially pret
ty heroines, a dear old father, rail
road president and something else
There Is a tremendous railroad
wreck in which two passenger trains tory at 13.00 each.
City of Hopkinsville, Ky.
Commissioner of Public Finance
Report of Receipts and Disbursements
For the Month of April, 1918.
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PREACHED YESTERDAY BY BISH
OP JOHN M. MOORE AT METH
Memorial Day exercises held yes
terday morning at the Methodist
Church were largely attended by many
persona of most every faith and creed
represented in Hopkinsrille.
The largo auditorium waa crowded
to its capacity and several had to
be seated In the balcony. Special
music waa rendered, the choir sing
ing the anthem, "The Land I Lore,
and Mrs. L. E. Foster srngtng the
"Recessional' as a solo.- Dr. Powell
waa present and had charge of the
Bishop Moore waa introduced to
preach the sermon and he took a
his text Proverbs 14:34 which reads:
"Righteousness exulteth a nation;
but ain is a reproach to any people.'
Unon thia subject Bishop Moore
preached one of the moat powerful
and scholarly sermons ever heard in
this city. Among the many great
principles of truth and justice dis
cussed four stood out boldly and im
pressed themselves upon the con-
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PUMUS HBXO IM TKUBT.
greeation. These four were:
"The world is in a state of recon
struction and it needs new thoughts
and new leaders.
'A nation is not great because of
its sixe, its financial wealth, its com
mence, r iU undeveloped resources;
but is great according as its people
are spiritual and their national life
is based upon the principle of right.
justice, and mercy.
"We need a cooperative humani
ty, an organising life. Wo are having
leveling of humanity in our social
life. The hiirh places are being
brought down and the low places
are being lifted Up.
"There must be built up a new
world brotherhood among all nations.
The woald must not only be made
safe for democracy but democracy
BUiat be made safe for the world."
Other churches holding services
yesterday morning were, Episcopal,
Cumberland Presbyterian and Second
Baptist; all with prograqia in keep
ing with the occasion.
DEEDS RECORDED MAY 1S-30.
G. T. Gibson and wife to Charlie
Whitfield. Tract of land on branch
of Pond River. 1800
Ecklee ATrimble to W. M. Brash
er. Lot No. 10 in Ecklee aub-divl.
sioa to City of Ilopkinsvills. 2S
and other considerations.
Mrs. Tabitha Crabtree, et aL, to
U W. Teasley. 279 acres on West
Fork of Pond river, tl 1,000.
Lewis N. Gregory and wife to E.
E. Lacy. 1ZS acres on North slds
of Howell and Ilemdon road. $85.
Stone and wife, et aL, to Forbes
A Stewart, til acres about 414
miles on Palmyria pike, f 10,000.
Nance, Gaines, Usher A Scott to
R. P. Pacs. 132.7 acres near Trigg
county line. $4,000.
J. IL Duvall and wife to T. M.
Barker. SO acres on Little river.
O. It. Robinson and wife to W. B.
Harrison. 43 acres on Pond river.
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CERULEAN'S SUMMER SEASON
- The formal of Cerulean Springs Hole!, under iU new
--auagement, wui lake place
THURSDAY, JUNE! 6,
Tk OpeDiDf Ball. Will Take PUc TbunJay NiflL
Good Band Engaged.
Everything ia inreadineu for a successful season. Pleas
zrA rootts, excellent table and Health-giving water. .
engage: rooms early
FUNERAL OF JAS. R. GAINES AT
HOME OF HIS BROTHER-IN.
LAW THIS MORNING.
The funeral of Jas. R. Gaines,
wnosa asatn in I rigg county waa
noted yesterday, will be held this
morning at tlis home of Mr. C. B.
Blakemore, at ten o'clock thia morn
ing In thia city and the Interment
will bo in Riverside cemetery.
STATEMENT WAS AN ERROR.
Miss Jennie West has not accepted
an appointment In Washington and
has no immediate intention of giv
ing up her place as agent of ths As
Wait T'nill Pay You
KOFPEL CLOAK CO, OPENS
Saturday, June 8th.
Special reduction on potted toma
to plants at METCALFE'S GREEN
Eyes tested, lenses groond.
E. M. Fleiner, Jr., an appointee of
Senator James, haa entered West
Point Academy as cadet from Louie-ill.
Orders taken for
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K00 down and balance $5.00
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Mahogany or select quartered Oak.
There Are Thousands
Take a Columbia Grafonola with
you. The small Columbia ar
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Thousands have gone "Over
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and are of the most treasured pus
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a delight to your friends.
A Most .
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With You On
Just think of ths pleasure you
would have on one picnic trip 1
worth more than ths entire first
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