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Jewelers and Opticians
No. 8 X. Main.
- GEO. KdLB
By FuMia BsrneM Uoaky
Pork! Pork! Pork!
Do not neglect your hogs
Feed a Balanced Ration
and push (hem to maturity.
In this way you help our gov
ernment, our army, our navy,
our allies and yourself most of
i - -
The Acme Mills.
Isad Fcety '
A Complete Line of Remedies
Ifa hard to thtnK of any ailment more an--noytntf
than foot troubles. . Every etep you
tafte Is a constant reminder.
But thero are now & number of good reme
dies on the marhet for affording crulcH relief.
And the price, tn most Instances, is very
We have a fresh stocft of all the best Known
com plasters bunion pads foot bath tablets
foot powders-and other preparations.
We also cm supply you with salves lini
ments disinfectants adhesive plasters
k JJ. vs-7- v-y iv
(Copyright, Itu. br the MXIure -per
"Lieutenant rtsnloo and Sergesnt
Parrell In see Dnrtor Carroll. please."
nt a flash of admiration ram. Int.
th. usually Impasalv countenance of
81 ma, lb butler, aa ba took la with
rn all-appraising (la or. th. uniformed
Bra re. before him.
"A fine looking pair of antdlrra," was
hi at lent verdict, bat alnud be aald:
TH tell th. dnrtnr you bar com."
and ha wared them Into th. la re re
ception ronea that forma part of ovary
."Uee," aald Bcntt Hanlon (ho of th
tleatenantlik decoration), "this la
oar obm Una place, Our doctor maa
must certainly b ma of means, at
(bough ba never tried to make aa thick
a vim ba talked to as."
"I know It. Scott, but thai' juat
hat mad. everybody tlko hint an,"
replied SergL Joba rarrell, lata of
tu On tlnodrad end Seventh artil
lery. "I know a few bora la th troDCh
a that'll aarar forget aim. aod 111
wager any ca of tbrai would cheer
fully glv gp hi I Ufa for Old Doc."
"I fo yoi right. Jack. 1 always
kn.w b wa big man. bat I var
thoufht that b bad left all thla bo
bind to go "over ther and tak rar
of to bora; and aa for anyon ever
giving up anything to b.lp Did Doc,'
by, I oaly bop I bar th. cbanr
day, for 111 aura sever for
Iton d Board SEs s
' j i.'-J)Va, ,
Hopkinsville, Ky. f ' V?t ,
"Sh r cam warning whiapar from
bla brother officer a footatepa aounded
la th balL Tba draperle parted and
one mora Slma, th butlar, mad. bla
"IW-g pardon, aire," aald ba, "bat th
doctor waa called out quite unexpect
edly, but be' rtperted bark any mlo
tit. Mr. Carroll went with him. but
If you'll please rnak yourselves com.
fortahle. Mlsa Madeline and Mlaa llary
111 ba down directly. And Uklng
rip and Bister from tha two gueata
Slma withdraw one mora with aa
Again left alone, th two men talked
In undertones., "Kind o' queer that b
shouldn't ba her to w.lcotna us, doat
you tblnkf aald Jack to his compear
lith. "lle'a had our letter Dow over !
two week, telling him that we'd spend
th last three date of our furlough
with hlra her. However," aa aa after
thought. "I euppoe donor's a pretty
busy fellow. Must b If b caa alTord
to hav all thla," and one more his
.yea rendered with an admiring
glance around tha luxuriously, fur
nished room. T guess I II lea v. our
small offering here till by and by."
ha added, carefully depoaltlng on the
table a large and bulky package which
p to now he bad been holding.
miaa Uadelln and Ttliaa Mary
they must ba th twine that 'Itoc waa
forever raving about," aald Scott,
"fan you picture is holding a chub
by three-year-old oa my knee, aud
aaylng: t)oa ducky darling I ooT "
And two hearty masculine laugha
pealed forth, forgetful for the moment
of their aurroundlngi; hut only for a
moment, for a alight aols mad both
Tha , twin. Indeed but nothing
rhuMiy or three-year-old ahout tba two
youug ladle who atood In the door
way. Quite th contrary s tall. Blen
der and good looking t least such
j waa tha mental verdict of lo yurng
aien who aaw them for the Drat time.
"Ueutcnant Hanlon." eimke up one,
allghtly taller than bur twin, and ah
looked inquiringly at th tw youug
"I am here," aald Scott, aa be
"I am Madeline Carroll." aald tba
girl, holding out her hand, "and thla la
my stiter Mary. Then you," turning
to Jack, aa Mary and 8cott wee
gravely shaking hands, "you must be
mast he" and ah made a pretrns of
looking at a well-worn letter that ah
held In her hand, "you must ha Ser
"I am." aald Jack so promptly that
Ihry all laughed, and so th Ice waa
"We've been looking t'orward to your
coming for ever o loug," aald Unde
nt:, who evidently felt that th bur
den of entertainment rested Un her
aiiouldera, "and w were ao excited
when dud got your letter aaylng that
joa were coming today, bera us well,
you eee, I fa a very Important day for
ua ll'a our birthday Mary' aud
adna. You are, wa re twins."
"Yea. I knew that," aald HrolL "Your
dad we always called hliu Due. over
there at the front did nothing but
talk shout bla twins.' "
"11 eare did." chimed la Jack, "and
Bcott and 1 thought that you wera
about three years old."
"What !" eiclatinrd Mury, shocked
Iwtoat-eaklbg (or the first tint! "Why,
arsre-etghtowa today." and ah drew
heraelf ap to her fail betthU aa If to
emphasise tha Importance of thai fact
aud then blushed admirably aa alia aud
denly realUed that all y wer upon
Ing oer tn Ibe (mhleg h pnwaeded fat
anwrap the parkng he had ao ear
fully placed there, and with comical
diamar he held ap li view two geyly
colored balls dangling from emetics,
nd tw r)tieetrr rubber dolla.
Teal Bmmi peel of laughter rang oat
the bnya jnenla In none th lea
heartily beewa - the rii waa apnn
them, and la the avtdxt of It all came
n atamptng np the front erepa, the
front door waa thrown ape and a
deep has vole railed oat: "Well, no
yo got here ahead of me, eh? I ana
my twla kiddle I mean -my twin
yoang Udleehsre taken good ear of
you," and dlveatlng himself of bla
great fur cnat, which waa taken In
charge by the ever-present Slma; In
cam Ir. Walter Carroll, other a la
known aa "Old Doc" of the On Hnn
deed and fleventa regiment, and held
oat a hand to each of bla gueata,
Karh young soldier grasped 1h
band ev tended to him, and gripped It
with that grip by which men make
known to other men th feeling that la
In their heart a.
It wa a m-etty party that sat down
to dinner that night In Itnrtor Car
roll' house, and many a tiatnti aaory"
did the two boys relet to their old
friend, with th reet of th family aa
"And bow fr th party," CYled Mad
eline, - her eye dancing; wfls xeH
ment, a group' of th young penpl
of th self hborfaood earn la to help
celebrat tb birthday of th twins.
Boon tb fun wased faat and fmioas,
snd many war th eovloo look cast
la their direction when Scott and Jack
veer elected by th tw glrta to rat
the tw WrtBHUy cakes that adorned
tb table, brav. la their proad array of
IS candle each.
"It's because they ham swords, yon
see." explained Madeline, anxious to
sooth th feelings of aom of her de
voted admirers. "Ton know sword do
cut the cak to nicely."
"Taw ring the -ring who gets tha
rlngf cams- chorus from th girts,
aa th piece f cak wer distributed.
Sentt aetd np th coveted trophy.
There followed threw sack gtorlomj
daya, that sa they sat at ta dinner
tab! on their la at evening with- tb
Carrollf. Scott declared that ha wa
M spoiled that bo knew that bed
never amount to anything after be got
bark to actual duty.
"Well, we're glad if yen enjoyed
your slay with us," answered Mary
Carroll sedately, but although her lips
answered Scott, her ayes aoughr out
hi brother officer.
"Ill tell yon this," said Tom, grave
ly. In answer to her look, "If Tv got
to die, I shall certainly tft happier for
having had these few wonderful daya."
"Pooh 1 Pooh !" cried the" doctor
nulckly.. sastous to avoid iyww
ence to tha dangers to, com that saiga
spoil their last hours together. "After
dinner th glrt'll tab) yon eat along
th river for a walk, aad yV wnly
think how ale It la to llv. aad not b
worrying about dying."
Along th south path that led ft th
river John-rarrell arroHed with Tary.
"If eoly- three daya lvw. kneww
yon. It's true," be aidb "b( yew asset
remember that really I've kaewn yon
sine yon were three, from what -dear
tpld Doc baa told ua. I'v got to go
back to th front, dear, but tha war
rant last forever, and whew I Tome
back av I chance, Maryf
"Well, It waa my ring -end yau area)
It." said Mary, and ah Mnahddor
ably, aad la soom myataetoawsnay ker j
sjiawer aomplataly satis Sad Jack.
"But yon mustn't tall anyone," sh
begged, "for yon sea I'm only eighteen,
sad w.ll havs to wait n lonr rJma.
Besides Td bat to hav Msdelin
know that la right sway. Of coarse
1 always tell ber veryth!ng. Tarls
always do, yoa know," aad who looked
up at him with eertoweeyea, "bwi emno
how I'd Uk to keep tbiaa aacawk put
between aa for a Uttl while."
"AU right, aweetbeejt. If yaw say ao,"
he agreed, "but I don't think yon need
worry about Madeline. There aba la
now," Scott Uanloa aod tha other
twin cam slowly up th west path.
On board th O. S. transport Allda
two well set-up, one-toeklng-yonag
soldlers slowly paced th deck.
Well." said Jack rarrell to his
BANK OF LaFAYETTE!
At th rlo
Loan and Discounts. .. .$107,978.5'.
Banking Hon and I.ol
Furniture and Fixturee.
Liberty Bon da
Du From Banks
Cash on Hand
' 77th Srmi-Annii.il rnndcnsrJ Slatrmcnt
Gity Bank &Trust Co.
AT THE HJSK OF BUSINESS
June 21), 1918. '
l.n ... IDIt RT,? 31
Capital Stock $15,000.00
Individual Deposits. . .
Dividend This Date...
Set Aside t ray Taxea
FafayetU, Ky., July 1, 1918.
Report of the Condit'on of Ihn
At lh Cliate of Huin"f
June 2"J, 1918.
Ltianiiml Discounts $177,.00
Liberty Bonds '7,l -M('
Certificslesof Indeblrdnca 3,U1)
Banklnir House iT.otK' r
rumltnre wl Fixlurrs. . . l.(-U) W
Dtw from-Bunks W,l41.lin
Cash on Hai'd I5,!1kVK
Cfpital Slock $ ivxki io
Undivkled Pn.fiU 2,f.7:i :hi
Raaervw for Taxes l.tKHU
fUaerve foe Interest I.IK41 mt
Dividend No , 6 rr cet.l VMM
DnwiU n,8: 1 1
How Hie De'il of the
DANK t)F CKUKION
Liberty B mdj .m l W. S !
Olh- r Keel Estate
Ijsnh and Sigh Etrhange
. . . W : 75
.. MRU 40
. 6 3oTi G'J
. , 15 mio 00
II 400 246 41
Ctpital Klm-k $ ' H
Surplus Mt tJlHI (HI
ULdiviiMHroHt .) 000 ll
vrt A lrt Arrt New Ittiit.fi g fi (KKI Mt
DWidVn.l N. 76. S por rent 3 600 00
Sot aside for Taxes 4 427 83
Cashier's Checks. 6 315 43
Certified Checks 1 824 40
Deposits., I 249 076 69
$1 400 246 41
IRA L. SMITH. Cawlticr.
Deposits June 3, 1016..
Deposits June ."(', IP17
Gain over 11)16
DeBosils June W, HMH
Gain over l'J17
Phone 32. Virginis Sired, Between 7th and 8lh to
"Kvltleutly." thought Jack. "Mary
waa th shy member of tb pair" -but
h didn't mind how shy sh was If ah
only blushed Ilk that
"Well, of course, w res 1 1 our
dreadful mistake now," he sold, look
ing straight Into her eyea. "but bow
ware two poor euhllcre ta know Do
always called yon bis twin kiddle.'
-t treat Rc.tt I" ha eaclstmed, a s
thought auddsnly struck him, sa4 f
. "J.i.al w
Radford & Johnson.
We will svr II you a (arm in Christian and adjoin-
We know the Urm lands of this community and
will do our- best to sell you a good (arm or will sell
you nice house and lot in the city.
- - We have - several attractive (arms in our hands
(or sale. Prices reasonable.
265 acres I h miles of Fairvlew on rural route. Well Im
proved ami well watered, about 70 seres of fine bottom land. A
banrain al tlO.OOQ 00. Terms reasonable.
215 acres 4 miles south of Hopkinaville on Main Street
Pike, Land lies well, fx "I Improvement. A nice showy place,
gixxl home in fine community.
Come to see us and we will show you something
Office: Pennyroyal Building. '
Omih in 2 year IIIM.MtM
REASONS FOR THIS GAIN
Court ous Trtm n!, Sr rtii
Stwbllityt and suctraalul ih er of
: Better Banking Service for. Farmers
CONDENSED STATEMENT j"
First National Bank?
hopklnsvlllc, Ky., B
At the C1iae of Buaitira . i
June 29. VW. lm
Loans and Discounts.
friend. "I may not have wow tb peany i Ksl Letal
! .a in that hirlkds Mks. bnt 'fWaedeafta
fU bet yon an army sweater egalsaSs. Botyli. ..
Anclnt aaa Maklna.
soap boiler's shop waa among Ut
thing discovered la th excavation at
Pompeii several years ago. The city
waa buried beneath volcanic a shea A.
D. TO. It Is said that th soap fonad
la tb shop had aot loat all .flies ry,
although It had lata under the ashes
mora thaa lghtea hundred year.
Soap making was ,ult n business In
a number of th Italian Hues at tb
ttin that Pool pell waa destmyed.
I'llay th ldr speaks ef soap, and
aaya that because Its price wss a
hlg many suhsUtatoa wer nsed.
among them a kind of glutinous arth
aod flu sand mixed la th Julc of
rrrtala plant that mad lathar. Ill
tory telle that the Oaula mad op
tee tbeuaaal year kyaeaiksawn
end tre ash lad foal s fat, .
S UTeO 041 1
& Libert) Loan Bonds W 8X) Oil
a pair of ptgakln putteea that other Stocks and liomls...
get aairiy oara aiasB awia i e,
richer than you'll be."
"But you seem to forget," replied
th other, "I won th wedding ring.
and sometimes It's lust ss well to ba
il ev. in signs." and h smiled broadly.
"Oh, hoi So It's yon, too, ear ex
claimed Jack, aa h whistled softly s
well, w certainly are lww lucky feV
lows. Here's to our next furlough.
Scott, snl may It b ss happy a aa
aa thta on ha bean."
"Yea," said Scott Hanlon. "Ood will
ing, her' to our next furlough."
And gravely tba tw soldiers shook
..$570 1 60 IB i
,. ISM 63' !
7C OHO 00 II
U. 3. Ceitiftcates of Ind btedneas
War Savinif and Thrift Stamps
5 045 4.'
Redempt ion Fund 3 750 00
Banking- House, and
Fixtures 27 om lai
Do from BinVj Ill Wtl i:i
Cash snd Cash Items 37 :iK! 7x
Capital Stook t 75(MiOt
Surplus and Undiv profits 474 h'6 tTJ
Individual Deposit. 7t S77 46
U. S. Deposits I 00 w
Payments on Liberty Loan Bonds
38 737 34
Dietdend N . U. 4 per
cnt 3 000 00
, f etal II 006 589 73
BAILEY RUSSELL. Cashier.
Ejt, ttx, Kttit ajii Tkro&t
The Federal Reserve Banking Sylem, with com
binrd resources ola thousand million dollars, has been
established by Act of Congress to stand back o( the
arming and business interest of the country. " .
We are members of this system which enables us,
better than ever before, to supply our faimcrs with the
credit and currency they need for producing crops and
to protect litem against disorganized markets
. ' If you aro not linked up with this system as one of
our depositors come in and let us tell you how it helps
First National Bank
- aaaawaeeaisT !'
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TIN-WORK OF ALL KINDS
Roofing, Guttering and Repairing.
Plat Bed Steam Boxes.
- Country Work a Specialty.
, Rear I O. 0, F. Building.