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title: 'Daily Kentuckian. (Hopkinsville, Ky.) 1918-191?, July 27, 1918, Page PAGE FOUR, Image 4',
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RECEIVE AN INCREASE IN SAL
ARIES FOR ONE YEAR
Under new and recent federal
1 law the wage of postom.e employee
all over the country. large number
' neoDie in Christian county will be
benefitted financially. All city clerks
city rsrrier and assistants pnstmast
r are to receive nn increase in sal
0 ary of $-00 per year, Iiirl carriers
will receive an imri-e of 20 per
cent of the amounts now being re.
This law in fr one year only and
the increases take effe. t from July 1,
" 191 H. Wh-ther the law will be re
passed to continue the increase after
that time is problematical.
Employee of the llopkinsville
posUR.ro hj w.i: be benefit ly
-i the increase are as follow:
' Ed Pyle. asst. postmaster.
" Miaa Eva Royalty.
John C. Lawson.
O. l. Humihrey.
Floyd P. l-acy.
f Garnctt Armstrong. , .
If. W. Ijicy. Jr.
City Letter Carrier.
L. W. Guthrie.
, C. W. Johnson.
W. II. Baker, cl.
, Peter Boyd. col.
Q B. J. Quails, col.
H. C. Major, col.
E i Rural Carrier.
f t Elbridge Brn.lshaw.
4 : E. F. Cnyner.
1. W. llanbery.
L . ' J? T. Williamson.
I, Mrs. Forest U 1-acy.
rH. D. Yonts.
f'f -SuMitute clerk anil earners will
. . . . Of -
v rtatw 4'ic per nour sa against ;c
tif laiiier the old law. The postmaster's
i i(lury i not affected and rema n the
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Chicago . . .
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SI Louis . .
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Order taken lor V.ctrclai. and
ARSENATE of LEAD.
REXMonday arid Tuesday
GoWwyn presents "L K. LINCOLN"-l,Roman fielding" In the greatest patriotic photo 'panorama in eight acts.
"THE FREEDOM OF THE WORLD"
In this mighty production you see Meats of human courage almost beyond credence how your American youth and manhood behare under (ire - how your Canad
ian neighbors to the north of you mobolized and went into action in behalf of the Motherland, it makes you realize and appreciate the brarery of your American fellow
men. THE PRICE OF ADMISSION wiD be Children under 12 years 11c; Adults 20c, war Ux included.
The T. M. C A. follow! the flag right up to the tren
to one of Ita but near the Bring Hue.
A great deal of hard work has been
done at the Red Cross this week in
spite of the heat The parking com
mittee turned in three large boxes
to be sent to quarters. This commit
tee is composed of Mrs. J. H. Rice,
chairman and Mrs. B. E. Stith, and
Mr.i. Frank Mason.
The cutting committee, with Mian
I.ula Moscley as chairman. Miss I At
tn (iunn, Mrs. Bailey Waller, and
Mrs. Kmcst HigginV, have cut and
folded about 250 garments.
A gift of 115.50 was sent in from
the Frances llarned Memorial Sun
One hundred and forty-five new
members have been added to the roll
of the Red Cross this week.
Much interest is being manifested
in the Auction to be held at ths Pen
nyroyal fair. Miss Jennie West do
nated a beautiful handmade rug.
woven by her mother, Mrs. M. A.
West. It is very unusual and attrac
tive piece of work, and has been great
r. W. B. Tfomson has finished an
old time brass kettle, known to be ov
er a hundred years old, and said to
have been used by the Indian.
FOR RENT Cottage, four rooms
and bath. Completely modern. Call
T. M. C. A. HUT NEAR
h'. This liol'Krtiih fhin.t aiipplles iM-ing brouicht up
Today this section was visited hy
a refreshing rain which much
Mr. I.ula Boyd is visiting her par
ent at Clay, Ky. j
Mrs. Baxter Hale anil sister, who
have been visiting their sister, Mrs.
Arthur Wonaley, have returned to
their home at Ncho, Ky.
Mr. ami Mm. llnu Burt and little
daughter vi..ited Mr. Burt's sister.
Mrs. liettir Triliblo. of the Sinking
Fork viein.ty. last Sumlay.
The musical and social given at the
home of Mr. rtliur was mu'h on
joyrj hy all who attended.
The call for "registration" at the
school houc Saturday was answered
riirht roxallv by all and the sale of
Thrift Stamps is continuing to pro-
M1-3 Ethel Rogers, if Crofton, '3
' if .ting her aunt. Mrs B. F. V'ood
Mrs. Luther Cornelius ha re
turned to the home of her father,
Mr. Ladd Luther, having been
called to the training rump to pre
pare for army service.
Our school is progressing and offers
every proi.ii-e of iuccc..
Wishing success to your valuable'
We are Truly,
A. B. C.
NAVY LEAGUE'S GOOD WORK.
Mr. Monroe Rullard. of the Navy
Leagne, ha submitted a report show
ing that the organization has made
82 pair of socks for the home boy
who hsve gone to the navy. She al
so want it known that there ia more
yarn on hand for the knitters.
FOR SALE Ford roadster, in
good condition. See R. I.. Woodard,
Jtt ex Monday and Juesday
REX MONDAY AND
"FOR THE FREEDOM
Eight-Real Patriotic Prodectioa Fes
tering E. K. Liwcoln, With Bar
bara Caatletow mm4 Ressaiae
Kevicwcd by Margaret I. .Mai Donald
A stirring eight-part patriotic pro
duction which was produced by Ira
M. Uwry and F. J. Carrol, from the
story of Edwin Bower llesser. "For
the Freedom of the World" is the
tule of the production which features
I K. K. l inrnln, with Barbara Castle
ton and Romaine Fielding, with s
! supporting cast consisting of Neil
Moran, Jane Adler and Walter
The story of the picture follows
he fortunes of a member of the
American Legion, and presents some
intensely interesting scenes which
were evidently photographed at the
training ramps in Canada, showing
how the.se soldiers are trained for the
work uhrad of them. One of thr
feature of the picture ia the night
photography which it contains, and
which has been very carefully done.
From bursting shells by which to dis
tinguish object.-) moving on the noti
on, are very effective. K. K. Lin
coln play the role of the son of
wealthy parents, who suddenly arous
ed from this profligate habits by a
manly youn officer of the Ameri
can Legion, enlists and finally re
ceives a commission. The character
of the slacker is well portrayed by
SALE Horse, surrey and
Dr. Austin Bell. 4t
; run 1 n i
' i. , ! 3
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MRS CEO. E. GARY PLAINTIFF IN
A HEAVY DAMAGE SUIT.
Mrs. Ceo. E. Gary baa brought a
suit for 17,000 damages against W.
R. Wheeler and Leslie Martin, grow
ing out of recent automobile acci
dent on Ninth and Virginia Streets,
Mr. Wheeler'g truck driven by Mar
tin, It ia alleged in petition, cause. I
Mrs. Gary's car to be headed into thr
wall of tk Moayon building. Th
plaintiff alleges that the accident was
due to the rareleaaness of MartinA
She sues for f 1.000 damages to thr
car and $6,000 for personal injuries.
She allrgee that the glass of the brok
en windshield rut her in several
places and she suffered from nervous
Mrs. Mary Bronaugh has relurne.l
from an extended visit to her daugh
ter in Chicago.
Miss Elisabeth Knight i bark home
from Washington and is now visiting
Charles E. Barker, of the Klmo vi
cinity, ia visiting in Dawson for a
Mr. and Mrs. Bowen ti. (irrnfell
have arrived from South hiikolu an. I
are at Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Raw Is' on
S. Virginia St
Mrs. C. L. Wood has returned u
Nashville after visiting Mrs. Ma hap
Mr. and Mrs. F. B. Cox have moved
to ranola. Fla . to make their h ou
Little Miss Sarah Chap II of ISirm
ingham, ia the guest of Mrs. Ida
CHICAGO MARKt.13. ,
(Famished by Whitfield Urut . .
Odd Fallow. Bldg ) '
July 25. f
Juy 151 4 153 150 lf.J',
Aug 152 153', 151 152',
Sept 152 4 154 4 151 153 ',
July...... 7414 75H 74'. 75',
Aug 69 70 4 6KS f,:',
Sept 68 'i 604 6K i'J'
8dL 45.66 45.65 45.00 45 00
. .28.30 2632 26.25 26.25
Sept. 24 85 24 85 24.70 21 70
Lewlsetdlle Live Stock.
Cattle 200; quiet, urhanged.
Hog 2,000; quarter lower; tops
Sheep 1,700; steady, unchanged.
Lambs Quarter lower, $17 down.
MARRIED IN CLARKSVILLE.
Ray Davis and Miss Emma Flow
ers, both of Crofton country, cloned
to Clarksville recently and were mar
ried at the Courthouse by Squire W.
Ice Cream Time Has Come
Aad we are always ready ! 611 year eweWa preeaptly.
Owe ereasa is the hsMt. pureat aael meat economical It ie pee
sible te Way.
VANILLA. CARAMEL. CHOCOLATE. CHERRY, NUT
a ad TANGO FLAVORS.
$1.50 Per Gallon,
$1.00 Per One-Half Gallon,
75c Per Quart,
Brisk Creasa aaaae ea order, $ J 80 per lallcsa, packed
aaJ eVUveresL All order cask ea delivery.. Telepheae is
year ereW. TeUpkeae 200. Night Pbeae .
GARRISON ICE CREAM
Mrs Fetter, formerly Mrs. John C.
C. Mayo, has presented to the South
ern Methodist church the Mayo home
and olliee building and other proper
ties at I'aintsville. Ky.. valued at
over $1,000,000. The name of Sandy
Valley college ia In be changed to
the J. V. V. Mayo college.
The Christian County Medical Society will meet " 'F 1
Juesday. July 30. J9JS r
' At The Library at 1:30 O'clock r '
Program a follows:
JJoond table discussion of the war situation as it ia sfferting the med
ical profession. Led by Dr. F. .M. Stites.
- Dr. Barnes on "Measles." '"" '. . a
-Dr. Reynolds. ' I
At 12:30 we will adjourn for luncheon a la Hoover. '
Come and bring a Fliniral case along.
J. W. HARNED. Secretarfr
C. R. Clark & Co's
BIG MAIN ST. GROCERY
Something Good To Eat
These Hot Days
Fxlra larg tm Tuna Fish, ran, 2Zc ; 6 ran for $1 t$ '
Smaller sue. per ran, 13c; 6 can for SSe
We hate only five cases of th' above, which is extra vajyf.
21 bar good jiutvTr Soap flft)
20 bar Kirk' Best Toilet Soap flfo
It bars Ivory Soap $1.08 t
3 lbs. Pure Uaf Lard SI M
5 lbs. Pure Leaf Urd SI M
10 lbs. Pure Leaf lrd ,$ 19
Saecial Price ea 50 P.oad Ties-
1-ard has advanced every week for 30 days. We are giving yoe, th
benefit of our previous purchases. '
10 tt Best Sugar Cured llama, special per pound '. ,'.S6e
15 lb Picnic Hums, per pound STH'
1 lb Pure Cream Cheese. 35c; 3 pound., for $1 t0
3 lbs. Skinner's Macaroni or Spaghetti . .
1 loi. big Lemons
I lb Fresh Mixed Cakes
F'rrsh Watermelons, each
1 Hiiskft Fresh Soft Peaches
4 Ihs. Dried .Onions
1 Cantaloupe, 15c; 2 for
I dox. Navel Orangea
Spring Chickens, each
C. R. Clark & Co.
BIG MAIN STREET GROCERY.
l'i ttu White has been appointed V 4
till the place on the Coanty Exemp-' "
turn Hoard caused by the reslfnatiaa
of Ira It. Smith, who entered" tH
-rvi. r. Mr. White acted at tfca eelaa
1 In n of the last draftee.
,M)R SALE (tood
fir-h. (all 171.
I to ft
1 1 'If
and classification of Christian County Physi
SO east SSe
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