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July 12. IMS.
Goldwia Pretentt MARY GARDEN, in
"THE SPLENDID SINNER"
A beauliftil Woman drive-o to tha limit t of desperation, sacrificinsr her honor, mnpp nu rerlf of her wealth for the nun she 'oves rUcinj heroIf in the grip of an enemy of all hiinumty. It' a
ni'gn.ficent emotional drama of Ma jr. Admission for matinee Children 6c Adulti llo war tua included. NJ'Eht prices children! Adults IV w.tr lix included. Aided .tftnrtion "THE EAOLrS EYE",
omplete each installatc t.
Boot on . . . .
Chiraio . . .
St. Low . .
ft.EE EXHIBITION AT TABER
. NACI.E TONIGHT OF HUN AT- .
.OCITIE5 SHOWN IN HILLIS'
The famous War Pictures taken by
a rommiaaior headed by Dr. Newell
Doight Hilli will be hon to the
Mir free tonight at 8 o'clock at
It Tabernacle. These pictures were
taken by Dr. Hilli and hit aasocia
tr in Fran-e ami Belgium. Thia
commission ass sent to the war lone
by Preaider.: Wilton to learn the
ml truth aoout German Crimea and
tut rages ail to brine; back photo
graphs aa evince in order that the
Anericar. reprle m!ght have the
opportunity cf seeing with their own
eyes what damnable ooAragee a so
called civibzed nation i committing
pea kelpie and deflfnselese wo
No person under 18 years of age
rill be permitted to see these pic
area and police will be stationed
aeaond the Tabernacle to see that this Philadelphia
sale is eaferccd.
Tomorrow afternoon at 3:30
pictures will be ahown at Kelly
(By Axeociated Press I
Karwas City 4 TO
RED CROSS NOTES.
St. Paul I !
BE PAID TO PEOPLE OF
CHRISTIAN COUNTT UN JAN.
1 UARY FIRST. IM3.
Aaseeisaa Leaf r. .
Washington 6j " "
Detroit The folowina u the MESSAGE
;F THE MEMBERS OF THE HOP-
.... 0 ' KIKSVILLE TOBACCO BOARD OF
TRADE to the people of Cnrietian
county adopted unanimously at their
" -! As the fathers or mothers looking
' tit the future of their children.
First game went ten inning.
i teaches them to economise and to
start a Saving Bank Account, In
4.3loror that the child may havs a "Neatjhaa keen tireless and faithful in the
Th prop lf of School N.i. ! in the
j county will meet at the school build
ing tttxt Saturday sfterrvon at .1
oilotK and Kill organize a brunch
Red Croi Auxiliary. This is truly
s patriot c move and should be fol
lowed by an orgnlraion in every
tcliool ilratrict In the county.
Mrs. Blakeaoe ReigB.
At a meeting of the board of direc
tors of the Christian county chapt
er of the Red Cross, which was held
yesterday moVnirg. Mrs. L. McF.
Blakemore tendered her resignation
as vice chairman of the organisation
and it was accepted.
Mrs. Blakemore, one of the moat
beloved and patriotic ladies in the
city, has been the active head of the
Red Cross in thia county ainre It
was organized a year ago. and
MORETHAH $ 1 5L-
a PmaaU "Mar CaraVa." aa
Tho SpleadieJ Siae.ee."
6-.' Egg" when he become twenty-one
jyear of age, so the L'N IT ED STATES
. I GOVERNMENT is looking ahead for
j her people, and urging them to eco
jnonmize. and Bl'Y WAR SAVING
ad tomorrow night at 8:30 yiock!1ijlrauke 2
tkey will be shown at Crofton. The
other, places have already been aa
need but will be announced agaia
brtee from day to day.
Tie Tabernacle will be open to
stigfit for both whit and colored aa
aamaL Persona under 18 will please
at try to gain admission, ia the re
ef the Council of Defense.
TEDDY'S SON WINGS A HUN.
FOLLOWING THE FLAG
Fairieigh- Ware has notified his
eeketivea here of his safe arrival ov
erseas. l.imt W CJ Crnr.,, k.. 1
... .... i.u i ii . u r nirt) . i . .....
rt.t.vea here of his safe arrival ov- , . ,BoU
neaa. - j-y . etrated the fusiUge of the neareat
ei, j trtisg j German machine and it went Into
' lt rrls coming to WaahingUn'?'"" n0 di'' ,aUin hru h
re ns at the train, by government !,0"d, ':00 F-rda hetow.
aeents who ftnd hm fr k ln lieutenant la certain it muat
Lieut Quentin Roosevelt, the
youngest son of ex-President Roose
velt, brought down his first German
airplane Wednesday afternoon in a
flight noth of Chateau Thierry.
Lieut Roosevelt with thraa athar
piloU was flying at a height of 6.000 ,hr men each Job; a time similar
yards, eight miles inside the German to Pnic of ,li93- or J" !
STAMPS, which is in fact deposit
ing your money in a I'. S. BANK at
4 per cent INTEREST COllVl'.1i
ED QUARTERLY, figuring to you.
your interest in advance, and FOR
EACH 14.18 YOU DEPOSIT NOW.
YOU GET A 8TAMP WORTH $6.00,
PAYABLE JAN. 1st. 1923.
The Government ia looking ahead
fo rits people, knowing full well that
aa soon aa the War closes, we may
expect a period of depression, tuna
when it will be hard to obtain mon
ey, even ahould you have the best of
collatteral; a time when there will
be two or three men for each job;
a time when there will be two oe
TOBACCO RECEIPTS HAVE AL
MOST REACHED THE COAL
OF TWENTY-FIVE MILLION
"he tobacco receipts this week
brought the total sales on the loose
floor rloaa to the 25 million goal,
with prices soaring for the first time
above the $15 average mark. . The
season is now rearing the end and
hereafter sales will be .held only two
days each week, on Tuesdays and
Fridays. The total ia now 60 per
cent greater than at the correspond
ing date but year.
lr.snertor's weekly report follows:
Sales for week 171.470 lb
Sales for season 24.835.46S lb
Sales thia date. 117 .. 16.328.1 16 tb
Average for this week 615.20
Average for thia season.... $14.19
Trash $12.60 to $13.60
Common Lags $13.60 to 14.00
Medium lug $14.00 to $14.60
Good lug $11.60 to $15 00
The offices of secretary-'Fine lug $15.00 to $1600
Low leaf $15.00 to $16 00
Common leaf $16.00 to $17.00
Medium leaf $17 00 to $18 00
Good kaf $18.00 to $20.00
Fine leaf $20.00 to $22.60
L. B. CORNETTE.
President Tobacco Board ef Trade.
cause. A resume of the year's work
ia given by her in this issue of the
Kenturkian which show- how import
ant this has been and the extensive
scope it has covered.
The board then proceeded to elect
officers to servo for the balance of
the facal year. Dr. Gant (.either hav
ing recently rwaiamed at chairman al
so. Norman Mellon, treasurer of the
organization, was elected as chair
man and Mrs, Ira L. Smith aa vice
It was decided to have Miaa Bush's
flea at the present Red Croaa rooms
and she will receive all moneys and
goods and see to issuing supplies to
McKeniic Todd, of Louisville, ex
ecutive secretary for Kentucky, was
present at the meeting.
LINN F. HANSEN. PATRIOT
Robbers mails an
ten Co enter the postoffice at Fre-,div Th ,wo remaining German air
sia. . . .planes attacked Roosevelt, but he
J managed to make good his escape
remember, 1907, what a God send it
would have been IF THERE COULD J
HA E. DIM 8H..-MT TU CHRISTIAN
COUNTY IN 1893. A FEW HUN
DRED THOUSAND DOLLARS!
If History repeats itself, we may
expect similar conditions by 1923.
Then why not exercise business sense
and prepare for the depressed days
that we know are coming, ao that
when that day arrives, we can joy
fully look to the DATE OF JANU
ARY 1. 1923. KNOWING THAT
ON THAT DATE. THAT $1.000..
have crashed for no oilot volunt.rilv!000 00 .NE MILLION DOLLARS!
roe. into a 2 000 v.rA .nin-i- T.II.I. vt rlT I.MU IHKISI1AN
lines when the machines became sep
arated. Soon after Roosevelt saw
three planes which he thought were
his companions and started to join
them. He was close approaching the
machine from the rear when he saw
bia mistake for the planes were Cer-'
mans. Roosevelt immediately own.
i'ith half the world at her feet as
miatreaa of Rudolph Von 7.om.
Dolores Fsrgria is made miserable
by her conscience. 8he despiael the
man whose chattle aho ia, and when
finally ahe breaks with him aho aeeaa
sobinre in the quiet of the country.
Hugh Maxwell a young physician,
meet her, and falls in love with
her. They are married, and not
until Von Zorn confronts his former
mist ma does Maxwell know what
manner of woman he has married, aad
he leave her.
(Furnished by Wattneld Bros,.
Odd Peltowa Bldg )
July II, 1918.
Fresh Peach Cream at Elgin's to
day. "It makes ita way by the way
if a made." , It
July 154 159 164 lt$tk
Aug I56H 160 155 169
Sept ....166 169H 156 ttH
July 74 ' 74 74 74
Aug 70S 71S 70S 70 H
Sept 69 S 70S 69 70S
Sept 45.10 45.25 45.10 46 10
'Sept 26 20 26.80 2120 26 26
Sep! 24 62 24 77 24 62 14 76
Lib 4 94 04
Lib 4 S.... 86.02
LowiaeUU Ueo Stash. i
Cattle. 400; steady. dulL Rage,
4200; steady. 8heep. 7000; steady,
Eyea tested, le g rouau- "
Erneet Winfree. son of H G. W.n-i!;" """" 10 lh fi'ld' hin""lf nJ
COUNTY with normal price that
would have a purchasing power of
more than $2,000,000 00 would buy
I LT-O fwl If! 1. :ll I
free, has arrived safely in h """.tched. I -
The f.m.ly now ,iv ,t Blrmin,.. American pursuit plane, flying in - P"
ham B'rm,n'' .squadron formation penetrated Ger-!"p,U- Chr.st.an county which
. I man occupied territory north of (ha-1", ' 4?'00 P"P'"
llr Ben Falter ha. received a fel iUau Thi,rry ,or diUn" 0i.J?V- " ""I D,,0,,U of
.. B." .".."J rtr'dJVf'1 Imilea Wednesday and chased a.ver.lChrUt,n "tF. right now-more
nwuiip ai m Piayo rounoanon, - - - - than 83..i00 00' Never in its hi.tnrv
. i.. u . .. ...'German machine which thev en- eo.ovo.oo. never in it niatory
KOifiraier, m.nrieiHJia, unrn nv will
it hi call to the army. ,:0"':tr. .
I The Americans secured ronsidera-
Private E.I Boone, of Trigg county. bU Information and observed the pre-
bo went to France in March was ions oeing ms.ie oy me enemy.
in new over many newly runstruv-
ted flying fields, including one be
lieved to be occupied by the
Richtofen flying field.
lake sick on the trip over and has
feeea sent home on sick leave, tie
' returned April 29 and has been in a
bpital at Wuynesville, N. C.
JolniftOii Chapman, of Blytbedale,
Ark., who amrried Mia Louis Can,
Bethel College girl, who has many
ftiea.t here, ia now in the aviation
service. Mrs. Chapman's sister, Mrs.
Itaa Owsley, of Mt. Veraon, 111., is
sMnding the summer here.
ADDITION TO ZOO.
Keeper Grosham of Virginia Park
hat been presented with a ground
hog caught by Jack' Moager aid
Clyde Parker while out bunting.
Mr. Gresham will keep the animal
ia the rabbit yard at the park.
did the Combined Bank Dcnonit
show so large, until thia War beian.
That ia mors thsn double, or $2,000.
000.00 of Wsr fYtres. which is
Bl OOD MONEY. EVERY DOLLAR
OF EXCESS ABOVE NORMAL
famous T,MES ''RESENTS SOME SOLU-
iir.n pwia ui.utiLr.
The planes were st a height
6,000 years In the course of the great
a part mt the flight.
All Antfricai returned safely.
e- v ' ' ' 'S
THE MARKET BASKET.
(Prices at ReUil) .
Breakfast Bacon, pound.
Butur per pound 60rf..
Egg per aosea S5c
Bacon, extras, pound 35c
Country hams, large, pound.... 1 5
Country hams, small, pound.. 17 He
Lard, pure laaf, pound. ...... .66c
Lard, 60 lb tins... i $14.60
Lard, compound, pound. 80c
Cabbage, per pound 10c
Irish potatoes (0 eenU peck
Lemons, per dosea 60c
Cheese, cream, per
Cornmeal, bushel .
Oranges, per dosen
Then why not be prudent and put
at least one-heir thia surplus or'
$.16.000.00. on deposit with the U.I
S. Bank, and take WAR SAVING',
STAMPS for 61.000.000, payable!
.1 January 1, yj3? As an economic
proposition, WE MUST DO IT! As
a business proposition, WE CAN AND
U-.l I tt.l . ( I
mi.u i'w u: ah pledge ourselves
to work to this end.
Hn a iMi fi kTDinv
U' B. CORNKTT. Preaident.
Oreek Athletic Judo..
St. Paul meutlona In II Timothy. 4:
8. that the judge In the Creek athletic
euuteat was selected or bis suotleae
integrity; his offloe was to decide any Cooking apples, per peck
disputes. Col. 8:15; anil, to award iOniona, per pound
the prise. I Cer. 9 :24 ; . otii.tliig of !j-our. 24.)b. sack .......
a crown. II Timothy. 2:5. snd 4 '-'. of lN u,.a. pound... . .
Usve of wild ollw at the Olympic 1
I tmes .i'id of iJiik. nr at ono x-rtol
at Isthmian gum.
Lonstsr 6h!l Cracker.
Re:n6lliu tn i-ulrrcrd nut cnirkr
att llu:kiii' ut lm l rn Inv rut -d fur
crs.'Li'ij tl ki.WI of l betrt.
'I ck-e.' Pens, povnd 12'c
- rJOV E iS! WALL AND
TtNNIS COODS NOW
fjNsMIALr PRICE AT
Th Purpose of
is to serve yotrr ueeda.
It will help tell your
roods talk, to th
people) you yant to
rcucLu An advertise
ment in tUs pcfu-r
Is t rt.'.i-iw pru-Jo
to tiioiis xiliosa v,-a;
"U .1 i
There Is none who will ever lie aWe
to doudt the patrlotWin of Una F. sj
llaaae), a yoong fanner of Vaa. aj
Neb. Ilaonen obmI tiille an esteawlvejal
farm but when he beard the call of 81
duty lie reiourie. r'lrst of all. h"
ald hi 1'op.y. then eunlrll.uled
gn.ieai to the Ket t'nnw. He followed"
with a $I.IJ cMiirtl.ullon toward "
liulldiug a ilinn h and tlo-u bought au-IBJ
oilier ihouiiand dollars' worth of l.lh- B
eriy bonds. Not riHitent with all till. SJ
llsnsea enlU'.l In the army ami llien
bought 4 '' more of Ulwrty Ixot-K
He I etatlvued at I'ei.Micola. Fla..
with Ouupaoy O of th rorty third la "
fa n try. Preaident Wilson baa written JJ
llanseo a letlar expresnlnf hi adinl ;B
ration for tb artlon taken by the aj
yming farmer.' " '
Sale of :Land
Thursday, July 25th,
At 10 a. m.
Sales to Be Held On the Land
In order to wind up the estate
pt' the late Jas. R. Gaines.
These two fine bodies of land
together with two small tracts of
timber, will be sold at public auc
tion to the highest bidder.
TERMS OF SALE.1
S OmMhird cash, balance in one
1 wo and three years. Notes to
S bear 6 per cent interest.
The "Montgomery Place" located 3 miles o( Gra-
cey, on the Hopkintville and Cadiz highway, conced-
. ed to be one of the matt bsautiful larmijin the coun
2 ty and containing 412 acres all in high state of cul-
- tivation, The Gaines Home Place" located 2 miles of
Gracey, on the Hopkinsville and Eddyville highway,
;; containing 400 acres, with 360 acres in high state of
m ''cultivation, and i40 acres in timber. 61 1-2 acres of
t)48 timber loctd on be Cadiz road, 4 me west of
' 3'. ae a a ...
Rsmark That Meant War.
.gome people ala t badly proud
when they've got a cheap photygraph
to sbow off." observed Mrs. Trunk of
No. 83 to her neighbor at No. S3. "8be
had to four children all took together
tea week." aad a ttumb rkd In
th dlrerttoa of aW. 81. ,
I "Ooly ear lu to my busrtaml aae
mornln'. replied 88. "fJeorte. I
swsnk.' Never did awe such a womn flie Montgomery VUce, and opposite Hammond s
i to put airs F.'y t a H'';i'h . ond. 20 acres of good timber one mile norlheast of
In .r tlmel I shll lell h,-r fff sh. m '
shows It to me. you ae ir i don . n Q tne monigoniciy piece, i nc twu larms Will DC oilered
In two tracts each, and each (arm will then be offered
as a whole. Remember the date of si'c an !
Two ailnuiea lul. r th idiotuKraph In
question was belnu pawed over lb'fj
' npMlti' feuce.
-l lilnk II Ilk 'emr . ked Jr
proud owner. Jr
I it..ii't kno Vm, do IT" m
( ro'.irw yon 'lo. Th-J"y niv B
f.ir" " '
'Newt: Well, til IV. il-jP. I U- aj
' ,,. vm. vi-ii-'i" 1 '.'in i''f.J)e l'py wa
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A. S. TRIBBLE, Auctioneer
S . : ilO?ICINWlLLE. KENTUCKY.