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June IX 1918
AD WELL BROS.
TIN WORK OF ALL KINDS
Roofing, Guttering and Repairing.
Plat Bed Steam Boxes.
Country Work a Specialty.
Rear I. O. O. F. Building.
( Tooth Brushes K U th
Healthful uUf H'J
Don't Neglect Your Teeth a Day
Every person young and old should ac
quire the habit of brushing the teeth daily.
Barents can do their children a lifetime
favor by encouraging the proper use of the
tooth brush until It becomes a regular habit
The test and easiest way to acquire this
habit for both parent and child Is to use a
We can furnish you with any of the best
dental creams, powders or liquids. Also tooth
brushes in all styles and prices.
J. O. COOK
CircU MHllM Ta B. Held At Olive
Beetle! Ckucrk, Jaae St-30, ISIS.
Devotional Exercise PrMton
1. Th. Priesthood of Believer
J. F. Dixon. H. W. Boxley. H. B.
t. SUta Missions With Soma At-
tantlon to District Miaalont Holland
Gsrnett, Jos. Csry, M .M .McFsr-
. Tha ParanU' Oblisjstion in S.
8. Success 8. B. Arnold, Will Gar-
rott, W. W. Radford. H O. Nicety.
Barmon H. E. Gabby.
HAMILTON TAKES CHARCE.
Lexington, Ky., June II. Etwood
Hamilton, former member of tha lea;,
lilatura and Frankfort attorney, was
Monday iworn In aa Collector of In
ternal Ravens for thia district at
the government building here. He
succeed Perry Haly, wha resigned.
WOMAN A LIEUTENANT.
Dr. I tab. I Gray, tha flrat woman
having the rank of an officer in tha
United State army, reported for duty
at Camp Grant. Although not al
lowed to wear tha insignia of rank.
Dr. Gray ha the statue and pay of
First Lieutenant 8ha will be ae
eigned to the baaa hoapHaL
Clarence Fields, Aahland, Ky., wat
killed in Franca.
FOR TAXI Can J. H. Reeee. (79.
ROOM for light hottaekeeping,
modern and all conveniences. Close
In. Report thia office 74-tf
rimithann iter delivered TueeV
Hayi and Saturday!. Phone 633-1.
Good Morning. Have
You Seen The Courier?
Evansvtlle's Best paper-
1 3ank of hopkinsville
J 'Capital Slock $100,000. ' Surplus Fund $25,000
topkinsritle's Oldest ank,
53 ifears Old.
I TESTED BY TIME
5 STRONG IN RESOURCES
For more than half a century thia
bank has a record of success.
Our officers- welcome consultation.
Start your account in this strong
bank THIS month.
We pay three per cent interest on
Fut your, money to work for yon
NOW. You'll be surprised how easily
and quickly it will assume big figures.
J. E. McPHERSON, Present
CHAS. F. McKEE, Cashier.
L. II. DAVIS, Vic-rrtMent
II. L. McPHERSON, Ass. Cashier.'
Flowers for all occasions at Met
calfe's Creehonse, including rosea,
carnations, aweet peas and f ladiotas.
For Stick Right Pasta and Fnl-
ler'a Wall Paper Cleaner, call Mrs.
Emma Cattail, 111 Walnut (treat
Phone 790. 8-tf
125.00 scholarship in Draughon
Practical Business College. Naah
ville, Tenn., good for twenty-flve dol
lars cash in puymsnt of tuition. Will
make liberal discount Inquire at
Daily Kontuckian office.
. FOR RENT Seven room cottage
at No, 28 West 17th street Ciatern
and city water, electric lights, gaa
and sewer connection. Good gar
den. Rent $200 year. Immediate
CHAS. M. M EACH AM.
OSes Perey Ssaitkeea's Stable.
Day Phona 32. Niiht 1107 2
7th and Railroad SU.
Cowherd k Altschcler Sale Barn.
Phone 19. Hopklruville, Ky.
Fine Bath'Rooma. Four First-
FRANK DOYD, PROP,"
INSTALL A GAS
No time is better than the present for emancipat
ing the home from the coal dust and the housewife
from the drudgery of the coal pile and the ash heap.
ASK US HOW TO DO THIS
Kentucky Public Service Co.
Step Oi.lj. Cofnt'
' Quit withGeti-l."
Tha 6ml Coni-Lseeener of tha
Af lever Fails. Painless.
Wsi'l my Wfcsfe th aeef
I ( .! "risnf etee as without
nri," eea with corns, Sorause I
U.-I". th. alnlea, oT-llh.e-b-B.-p!'
tnn ramover. I tr1
ether way alre. antil
TOLD IN DILUti
I TJAT.H aires
J IV. X
In the Tce M r.4 la the toee. No
wr. for aae. I" "0'-li- '
B.tr fail. Tw .ay corn or eal
lue wm two drape of "Oete-lt,"
suit "Oett-1t" the rest N' a
rllf to be 'aMe ti etop eottma
' enrfiS. mWlnrthn !. wrapr'H
. thm i an like o-re and uln
stlfkr tape end )r. It rmiT
' Br enrn ftur n4 rtfin. lTln
the tee st-nth se your palm, toa
can'WMr tone. ehoa without
" .th. lice and fri.ky os, your
.C H a gnat to m "O-ta-Tt"
Qals lt. the srant4. Tnnnff'
tta-k cor-remo.r. thaoiiir eure war.
coa's but a Irlle at anv 2rv at ore.
Sold In Hopkinsville and rei com
mended aa tha world's best corn
remedy by L. L. Elgin.
THE 'RtARtET vBAiKET.
(Price at Retail.)
Breakfast bacon, pound 65c
Butter par pound 60c
Eggs per doten s&c
Bacon, extras, pound 38c
Country hams, large, pound.... S5c
Country name, small, pound.. 87 He
Lard, pure)' leaf, pound IBc
Lard. 60 lb Una 114.60
Lard, compound, pound 10c
Cabbage, per pound 6c
Irish potatoee JO cents peck
Lemons, per doien 40c
Cheese, creem, per !b 40c
Sweet potatoes 60c per peck
Cornmeel, bushel 12.60
Orangas, per per doien 60e to 76c
Cooking apples, per peck 60c
Onions, per pound Be
flour. 24 lb aack 11.76
avy leans:' sound 1 8c
BlacV-yad "past, pound 1 6c
Black-eyed pass, pound 12 He
! Tha alia of Tour Bond Purchase,
moans Considered. Tlla tha Tale.
I What Is It worth to ynaf
I Does American Liberty mean any-
thing In your scbems of life? If It
, does, Juat try to put a money value on
I But. you say and you aay rightly
' value can not be measured en
! dollars snd cents. It goes beyond
'money. It lave upon all the higher
'and.btKier thins In Ufa. It repre
jaunts things that no amount of money
jean buy. It la
But hold on a minute. We know all
that, and atlll we aak you to put a
money value on American Liberty.
How much doea It mean to you?
What would It mean, to put It other-
wise, If there were danger of Its being
driven from you and If MONET, a
b'g sum of money, were the only
thing that could prevent. How much
would you give for Liberty, the real
American brand of It. under thoe e Ir
There Is a resaon for asking these
trnmttons abanrd aa Ihey may seem.
And that reason Ilea In tha conditions
confronting us alt today.
It Is humanly possible, since afl
tfifngv are poeetMe. thst tha Dordea
of tha Huns mar overran Europe and
tha whole civilised world. If they do,
tha American type of Liberty will
come near to vanishing from tha
earth. Ton will enjoy a much diluted
and sadly modified form of It, st beet.
If wa are wise; we will acknowledge
tha'danir'and do our utmost to avert
It. That can beef ba dona by those of
ue who can not go to the front by
loaning the United dates Government
all of oar money that wa can. It tskea
money unthinkable sums of money
more money then tha world has ever
bad called for for any purpose hither
to to carry on tha Big Bastneae of
Defense that la to make the world
safe for Democracy and perpetuate
tha American Ideal of Liberty not only
In America but throughout tha world.
So get "down to brass tacka," and
count up tha value of American Lis-
arty In MONKT. Then buy your part
of tha Third Liberty Loan and buy It
Tou might even help soma other fal
low buy part of his.
It's worth tha price.
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BOOKEVlLLE BOT KILLED.
Jefferson O. Myers,' of Boonville,
Ind., American aviator on tha West
ern front, was' killed in ah afrpmne
actMent June 1.
At tha meeting of the wheat grow-
era and threshmen'a association held
at tha courthouse on Ssturdny it wss
agreed that tha farmer shout I nay
the price) of 10 cants per bushel Tor
threshing their wheat this season.
For Iaiants aad CMldren
tn Ut ForOver30Y6r
Wheel Makers' TJ
and 'Helper "TY'
: ALGOIHH.-J run v- ,
! Avertable rrlMira1fc,1'"
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V . i "-
. 7 . . ,n ivlhf
H AhClUiarnw. -
Jac SiiaiK iVZT
Tor Infanta: and CMldre-n.
Mothers Know That
Bears tho jt S
I '! C ,
tssct Copy of Wrappar. wa mmbt ue .oa en
; : :
5 Better Banking Service for Farmers
SIOUX CITY WINS HONORS
lawa City Claims ahe Wss First ta
Ovsreubeerlbe Liberty Lean
itoui tlty. Iowa, baa not .only won
tha honor nag for the first large city
somplstlng Its Liberty Bond quota, but
baa hung up a record that la anpreee-'
The Iowa city. In one hour, pledged
lt.SI4.40 worth Of bonds. $118,400
more then Its quota called for. The
pledgee were made by 4.061 subscrib
ers. On tha basis of tba 110 eansua
this showing would mean aalaa at a
per capita basis of 111 14 for every
person In the city. The sale were
nade by a fore of 600 solicitor. The
elty la now out for an eitra star tor
SONG BIRD BUYS BONDS
Mme. gchumann-Helnk Buye 620,000
Liberty Bends and Offer
Uadame Schumann Kelnk, famous
opers singer, who. because of her un
tiring work In behalf of the soldiers
In the cantonments, baa become at
fectlonaiely known a "mother" to
them, has Just enlisted as a Liberty
"I surely am at your service for our
country and government," aha wired
the National Speakers' Bureau. "Just
command me. On April I I bought
tor myself sjinln Liberty Bonds to the
amount of IJ0.0O0. I am heart and
nul for the United Btatea and (or tha
irmy anl nary boys forever."
Tullman agent have been instruct-
sd not to msks telephone, reserve
tions of berths, because many appli
canta neglected to claim their seats,
and this resulted in empty bertha for
which other travelers had applied
in vain. Tha practice was initiated
by the Pullman Company and approv.
ed by the Railroad Administration.
Giant sunflowers that grew In a gar
des at LlanduS. Wales, were raised
from a seed brought from Australia,
and one reached the eitraonfluary
height of 12 feet. It held only on
bloom, which was 16 lurbes In diame
ter. The giant entirely dwarfed It
Engllah cousins close hr.
' The Federal Reserve Banking System, with com
bined resources of a thousard m Ilicn dollars, has been
established by Act of Congress to stand back of the
(arming and business interest of the country.
We are members of th:s system whith enables us,
better than tver before, to supply our farmers wth the
credit and currency they need for producing crop? and
to protect thtm against disorganized marktts
If ou aro not linked up with this system as one of
our depositors come in and Ictus tell ytu how it helps
First National Bank
.Valso . .
in end ess variety and freth from the
Tomatoes, Onions, Beets, Pears, Green Peppers, LeUuce,
Cauliflower, Asparagus, Squash.Greeng, Carrots, Spir ad , Mus
tard, Par Jey, Pie Plant, &c, &c.
Let's have your orders we will appre
PREM1UMST0RE TICKETS GIVEN WITH CASH SALES
W. T. Cooper & Co.
gut. ef Ohio. City ef Toledo,
LutM Celv. ae.
rrajui J. I'kfMr makes eetb that bs
is aaAtaV ennr of the area of F J.
1-han.r Co.. sols SualnaM la tk Otr
t Tolado, Cuntr ajia ! almaaaid,
as Uat aald ana lll '
ONSI MUNUHSU DolXaB tor ac
aa ry rtM oi Taiarrh that rannol ha
rur hrth.vee e HAIX'S) I'ATiRRM
MrriclNK. frank j. CUkNttf.
gwora la bernr me end aubo. nb4 aa
any srea'nee. Uta ar "t Iwmbe,
A. iT law. A. W Ol. BASON
(flralt Kolarr PubSe.
. HoJI s ratarrh Modk-ln. la takes tax
trrnally SlUl ai'la lhr.iul tha lilood .4
tlia M u.oua aurfsroa ul Ih Srat.im.
fu lallmntKla. fr-e. .
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Ma fcr ail 4ruiata. la.
kUil a rawilr fille tee eeSe1lBee
Lhery id Board Stable
Phone 32. Virginia Street, Between 7th and 8th'