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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Kentuckian. — 14 May 1919

OGdE GIVES U. S. FAMOUS PALACE Bankers Purchase Historic Home to House All American Organizations. '. . VH W"WiV"i V J. " M 1 W ft . 1 THE SALVATION ARMY When the fighting was thickest When the suffering was greatest to! ftkrt.'-j xtl - r a m -0 h w iiere was uie i.yjLidssiu ; '11 say: "She was right on the job." An4 nowr back 'homein the byways and hidden places - where misery al ways lives, where men, women and children are on the downgrade, she's still "fight on the job." $13,000,000 For Humanity HELP HEK ' THE SALYATI0N ARMY HOME SERVICE FUND MAY 19 TO 26 This Advertisement Contributed by. DUSY STORE i WAOTED ! SMI .roimd WE ARE ALWAYS IN THE MAR KET FOR WOOL AT THE HIGHEST PRICES. You can arrange prices with us by Telephone orby - - - . ITT 1 43 Uinmnff in Vrtlll" Wiifil 1 We do not advertise very extensively, but give our customers the benefit of the expense. FEH3IE OLD) FIEILfl ABLE CIC A fi ESS 110-2 408. East Ninth Street Will Be Permanent Headquarters for : Representatives...

Publication Title: Kentuckian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Kentuckian. — 14 May 1919

wr w iOFFiClAL mm i OF PEACE TREATY , . ..... . ! HUNS ME 10 510 ! jSentinj three (Jifierei:t countries other J . -'lian ! ranee ami Gar many. Hie league j .'will appoint a riife-flber-of the commission j -as chairman to act a executive of the I ,coinmis:ion. The commission will have I uli -oners of j.'yeriime.nt formerly be i floiiK in if to the German empire, Prussia ,hiiu Bavaria, win administer tne raurou.ua , wand other public survives and have full I v . 'power to Interpret the treaty clauses. The j V Kiotal rouni will coutiuua but subject lo V i rlhe commission. . - I ft I' After fifteen years a plebiscite will be : ft 1'held by communes to ascertain the de-i A 'sires of the population as to continuance i ft of the existing tegime under the league of i ft nations, union with France or union with ! A Germany, ft j high spots in Peace j! ' TREATY. goes to COVENANT OF THE LEAGUE OF NATIONS IS FIRST SECTION " OF THE GREAT DOCUMENT. Section FourEuropean Political Classes. GERMAN A...

Publication Title: Kentuckian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Kentuckian. — 14 May 1919

THE IIEMTUCIUAI ROSCOE T. JETT, D. V. M Veterinarian OFFICE PHONE 19 RESIDENCE PHONE 572 TO- mm Hopkinsville Coffee Co., Incorpor ated, receives coffee direct, roasts every day." Roasted coffee is cooked food and should be immediately us ed to get full value of aroma, taste and strength. Progress 4 Efficiency:- Economy Telephone No. 300. RAILROAD III SCHEDULE . ILLINOIS CENTRAL R. R. North Bound 332 leaves at 5:35 a. m. for Prince ton, Paducah, Cairo and Evans- .-" ville. . 302 leaves at 11 a. m. for Princeton, connects for East and West. 324 leaves at 8:05 for Princeton. South Bound., 323 arrives at Princeton at 7:10 a. m. 321 arrives from West at 4:10 p. m. 301 arrives from East and West at 6:45 p. m. TENNESSEE CENTRAL R. R. East Bound. 12 leaves for Nashville at 7:15 a. m i4 leaves for Nashville at 4:15 p. m. West Bound. 11 arrives from Nashville at 10:35 a. m. . 13 arrives from Nashville 8:00 p. ni. . C. L. WADLINGTON, Agent. LOUISVILLE & NASHVILLE R. R. South Bound. No. 53 ...

Publication Title: Kentuckian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Kentuckian. — 14 May 1919

THEJIEFiTUCKIAN ATX Y H" TP TPV " - -T Q r""vr A I :)) 1-4 jj O O 0 0 o o o r- Oh . h ?u,h A- h r-, )) FRIDAY, SATURDAY am. MONDAY 32 INCH Fine Zephyr Ging in beautiful color effects, value 7 5c special hams 69c Ginghams H uck Towels 5c 19x40 in- Huck Towels with O neat red border, Value 35, Special U Hosiery Ladies' silk hose "Burson," in Whiteonly, value $1.00, special I 3C Table Damask 58 in mercerized table O damask, value 75c, special . 0 9c 27 in. Dress in a wide range of stripes and plaids, value 75c, Special . , O Ladies' fibre silk hose in black, white Spe and champagne, Value 75c, Cfffc icial . . . .- . V! 0VC H Napkins 18x18 in. mercerized'nap- d? kins, value $2, special, doz. t) L45 psiery "Mother's Friend" hosiery for child ren, in black and white, all r A sizes, value 65-75c, Special vC ' , . Voiles 36 to 40 in. Fancy Voiles, in light and dark patterns, value C0 65c, special . . , . .. . tSC 32 INCH Renfrew Zephyrbmg. ham in plaids, stripes and plain colors, value 50c,...

Publication Title: Kentuckian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Kentuckian. — 17 May 1919

i i - A Established 1S79. Vol XLI No. 13 HOPKINSVILLE, KENTUCKY ; SATURDAY, MAY 17, 1919. Small Doses (EIW M i)M I I II wEMt i 1 i Sill .The Italians call it Fe-u-my, but V Wilson calls it N-I-T. David Tod, Ohio multi-millionaire, died at Youngstown, Ohio, Wednes- ' day. . .. ' Representative John L. Burnett, of Alabama, who died the other day, was the smallest man in Congress. Louisville is about to inaugurate a wholesale war on cats and put the T"'-y ones in a condition not to curie back. Miss Ruth Beach has sued Ralph . Hume for $10,000 at Covington, for failing to keep his promise to marry her May 3. . .... France has at last recognized the Mexican Minister, Alberto J. Pani but Old Whiskers hasn't recognized the League.' Kalman Ivancis, a Hungarian sol- d!tf ','t Camp Taylor, has "American-, teed'' by having the court change his name to Coleman Iver. - . Dr. J. B. Gambrell, of Ft. Worth, Tex., was unanimously re-elected President of the Southern Baptist Convention at Atlantic. ....

Publication Title: Kentuckian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Kentuckian. — 17 May 1919

Tilll UCIiTUCIIIAI! The Kentuckian. Published Every Wednesday and Sat urday Mornings by THE KENTUCKIAN CO. Chas. M. Meacham ..... r .... Editor Eerschel A. Long.... Assistant Thos. D. Roberts ....... City Editor HUE AMERICAN . LEWI STffilS i boi'.y," ant the word demand mittee shrill-have authority to fill in t wts inserted. i vacancies in its number. jii A draft cf a temporary constitu- ARTICLE V jfj floa for the Legicn sets forth its' The State organization shall con-' ! 1 creed as follows: ..; sist of that organization in each state j To uphold and defend the Consti-: territory or the District of Colum-'fj tion cf the United States of Ameri-ihia whose delegates have been seated y ea; ti maintain law and ' order; to j in the St. Louis Caucus. . in, tho-sa j sflfepuard and transmit the principlps states which are at present unorgani-i jTj ike Established as Hopkinsville Con servative in 1866. Succeeded by Hopkinsville Democrat 1876. Pub lished as the South Kentuckian 1879 to 1889. ...

Publication Title: Kentuckian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Kentuckian. — 17 May 1919

rf V ' ? 4' -VV N VVv v ' V ft - - , o o o -o MARKET BASKET a a : m a a i ha n 1 a a n ;a a m ft a a 35- VVrAlM Prv 0 2 ' " . RlTi 1 ? 1 I .wool WE ARE ALWAYS IN THE MAR KET FOR WOOL AT THE 11GHEST PRICES. J ' Corrected May IS. I v t, ,111.1, icuaaers gen lm- , portent staples to consumers in Hop-' J kinsville are given below. Slight va-' jiiations from these quotations may iouna on some items at some stores according to the basis on which the purchase is made and to the crade of the item purchased. Flour, 24-lb sack $1.55 $1.70 Cornmeal. 5-lb sack.. 25- 30 oacon, breakf't slice lb Bacon, country, lb Bacon, salt, bailing. nV n .. ' ' ' nams, lb Children Cry for Fletcher's i m. v. . a a m . r " m i 14 l'r 45 33 25 35 65 34. 27 40 35 45 35 5t 5 The Kind You Have Always Bought, and which has been la use for over thirty years, has born th - ' - luguaiiue V You ran arranpeiirires with ns Kv TVlpnknna kv ; r . V vibuvuv ui ijr ; ormging m your VYoo1. We do not advertise very extensively, ...

Publication Title: Kentuckian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Kentuckian. — 17 May 1919

' ') X " 7 INCORPORATED v At BEGINNING FRIDAY WE SHALL OFFEE I SI , f I Till Oil I ft fl i i It 1 1 -A EVERY WOOLEN SUIT, COAT,! AND MAN IN OUR ENTIRE-STOCK i s i II a l i i v .-. .. i - r-r nv, v G" In all colors and Navy Black. If you have been waiting f or reduc- tions in any of the above garments this is the time to purchase. You t will find styles that will be good for the next twelve months and at prices that will save you a tidy sum. at $21.75, $28.75, $33.75 $28. $42.50 and a few at $46-50. Values as High as $65.00 tk ' OISTIHCTOJ il OKU Suits 00 New Wooltex Skirts are . , . - - ot now in stock; new Voile and Linen j Dresses are here and new Voile and - - . . . Georgette Waists have also just ar- $ rived X SO?2EtHING NEW EVERY 3 TEXAS AND At Cement, Oklahoma, we find the i controls about B;000 acres we found company has over 70 acres in the j prospects for our company that are proven district and within about 300 j 8jmply staggering. From all inf or f eet of our leases of 30...

Publication Title: Kentuckian, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Kentuckian. — 17 May 1919

V iNV'M' V-Vrr,-' i, W rfv wv V'H jvv General ' pershing's ' cable .- To Commander Evangeline Booth of the i Salvation Army in the United States 1 j wish to expressto you my sincere ap preciation and that of all members ot , the American Expeditionary Forces for the splendid services rendered by the Salvation Army to .the -American Army in France. . You first submitted your plans 'to me in the summer of 1917, and before -the end of "thai year tyou; hacl a number of huts in operation in the training area of the First Division and a group of de voted men and women who laid the fpun- ... dation for the affectionate regard in4 which1 the workers of your organization have always been held by the. American soldiers." The outstanding features, of the , - work of the Salvation .rm h'ave1)eeriis disposition to push its activities as far as possible to the front and the trained and ' experienced character of its workers, whose one thought was the well being ot its soldiers they came to serve....

Publication Title: Kentuckian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Kentuckian. — 17 May 1919

r. ' aWI , - m m w ill! - ! T., MAYFLOWERS By 'EDITH M. RICE. m Mai iii m. f Methodi.t Centenary Program For Kentucky. In view of the great campaign which the Methodist Episcopal Cen tenary movement is to stage through out the United States, during the -week of May- 18th to 25th, the pro gram of work which the Centenary intends to do in Kentucky as an nounced Thursday is of much inter est. . , ' " . , " This program was' announced . by Dr. F. I. Johnson, Executive Secre tary of the Cincinnati Area at Col umbus. In connection with the work of the Kentucky. Conference the Cen tenary proposes to aid 32 projects, of which fifteen are rural, 15 are city, and two are connected with the development , of the religious educa tional institutions within the state. Based on a careful survey the Church has located the points w,ith in the state where its work is most needed and will be most effective, and upon these It will consecrate its efforts. These points; have been se lectd with a view of b...

Publication Title: Kentuckian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Kentuckian. — 17 May 1919

THE IIEHTUCiaAIJ SWOLLEN ROSCOE T. JETT, D. V. M The C . I I - . , fc Veterinarian OFFICE IHONE 19 . RESIDENCE PHONE 571 cfi'ering Described As Torhir Relieved by Elack-Dranght. K BkMIL TO- OPBILE .-' "j Hopkinsville Coffee Co., Incorpor ated, receives coffee direct, roasts every day. Roasted coffee is cooked food and should be immediately us ed to get full value of aroma, taste and strength. Progrets t Efficiency I Economy Telephone No. 300. Rossville, Ga. Mrs. Kate Lee Able, ol this place, writes: "My husband is an engineer, and once while lifting, he in jured himself with a piece of heavy ma chinery, across the abdomen He was so sore he could not bear to ress on mmseit at an, on chest or abdomen. He weighed 165 lbs., and fell off until he weighed 110 lbs., in two weeks. " He became constipated and it looked like he would die. We had three different doctors, yet with all their medicine, his bowels foiled lo act. He would tarn up a ten-cent oonie or castor oil, and drink it two or ...

Publication Title: Kentuckian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Kentuckian. — 17 May 1919

ft i o live Saturday, May 31, 1919, at the Fair Groeids, Hopkinsville, Keiitiicliy. When one thousand (1,000) or more, head of live stock will be sold to the highest bidder. We believe this will be the biggest sale of its kind ever held in western Kentucky. YOU furnish the stock and WE furnish the buyers. . . . You will have men bidding on your stock in a sale of this kind that would never see them otherwise. PHONE RATES UNCHANGED Restraining Order Continued Evantville Judge Pending Su ? ' preme Court Decision. - By Evansville, Ind., May 16 Judge Philip C. Gould, of the Vanderburg ! asleep for the entire period of tweft County Circuit Court, today contin- ty minutes could tell that they have tied indefinitely the .restraining or-J been affected considerably by the der against the Southern Telephone "getting-up" exercises used in our Company of Indiana putting into ef- army for physical development, and feet the increased rates and tolls as ; what an improvement they are on our recom...

Publication Title: Kentuckian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Kentuckian. — 21 May 1919

Established 1879: Vol. XLI No. 14 HOPKINSVILLE, KENTUCKY, WEDNESDAY, MAY 21, 1919. Small Doses UI FELL A LITTLE 8111 Very Stunning Indeed PLUCKY AUSTRALIAN FAILS TO REACH ENGLAND; REPORTS" OF SAFETY DISCREDITED ', Sopwith Machine I Found Forty Mile. Off Irish Coait And May Be Hi Lexington is to keep pace with high prices by erecting at 13-story hotel. While drilling for water near Whitesburg, Ky., A. C. Craft struck a rich flow of natural gas. x. The richest boy in America was killed while playing in the street. Af ter all, children are children the world over. . "'T?fichtine the World League, the Republican senators are doing some; FIND A PLANE IN THE OCEAN very effective campaign work for the Democrats. Harry G. Hawker was still missing yesterday and Commander Read had reached Punta Del Gorda on the way to Lisbon. , . Gov. Black is now on the job at Frankfort and 13 in position to be the architect of his own and his par ty's political fortunes. --4&- ' The C-5, a big dirigible...

Publication Title: Kentuckian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Kentuckian. — 21 May 1919

The Kentiickian. I'ublished Every Wednesday and Sat urday Mornings by 1 THE KENTUCKIAN CO. Chas. M. Meacham Editor Herschel A. Long. ....... .Assistant ffhos. D. Roberts... City Editor Established as Hopkinsville Con ervative in 1866. Succeeded by Ilonkinsville Democrat 1876. Pub lished as the South Kentuckian 1879 to 1889. From 1889 to 1918 as The Kentuckian, ' 4. Fifty-Third Year of Publication Scctt !I'!l-r, the veteran hotel man of Louisville in tho ilnya wh..n the Willard Hoiel was the political center of Kentucky, died last week, aged 64 "years. " ' j . The Stars and Stripes, the official newspaper of the forces in France will suspend publication June 13, owing to the rapid evacuation of th( American army. Mi .r,y, I India holds the record for images. It has been estimated that there are" quite' 300,000,000 images of the va rious gods there. -. The deepest well in the -world is at Czachow, Silesia. It is 7,348 feet deep, nearly one and r. half miles. SUBSCRIPTION RATES: Pne ye...

Publication Title: Kentuckian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Kentuckian. — 21 May 1919

4 THE KENTUCKIAN iscazasssassBBEinsBBaaBBaaaBaaaaBaBBRBBBBODBaiBBaanaaBBHiBBBB o o o MARKET BASKET ' . AT . . I a i .1 u u a a a $3 a a u a a a a a a a a a a a a a I .1 .r ywk. tma "rvr I, tvsti fa rv a I r mil iKSfs OF Products Ira BffS a - n a n n o. a n a a a a a n dl -a 7 Ac reed me .PmsIi upreme 0 Hog if' IT PAYS a a 0 a a TE MOT! - B B B B B B B ' B B . B B B B B B Corrected May 15. Prices at which retailers sell im- ortant staples to consumers in Hop kkinsville are given below. Slight va-' nations from these quotations may be found on some items at some' stores according to the basis on which' the purchase is made and to the' grade of the item purchased. I Flour, 24-lb sack $1.55 $1.70 Cornmeal. 5-lb sack.. 25 30! Bacon, breakf't slice lb 45 Bacon, country, lb ... . Bacon, salt, bailing, lb. Hams, lb Shoulders' lb . . . ... f. . Lard, pure leaf, lb ... . Lard, compound, lb . . . Eggs, fresh, per doz. .. Butter, per lb 33 25 35 83" 27 35 45 65 65 35 27 40 85 45 38 50 65 lb, S ...

Publication Title: Kentuckian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Kentuckian. — 21 May 1919

! t i ! i f A li H . TP EAT FAEIM- 3ET -We have for sale one of the very best farms in Christian county, af$100 per acre. It is the McCarty farm, known for 15 years as the Lee Watkins farm, and the Keeney farm adjoining, two miles east of Gracey and 7 miles west of Hop- kinsville. ; I ? Th?y contain 740 acres, and the tract is well improved, well , watered, wifh r plenty of timber and in a fine state of cul- tivation, Jt lies on the Cadiz pike and near . both the I. C and L & N. rai'roads." I - The way farm lands are selling in Christian county, the price of $100 per acre is a real bargain. Call on either E. C. Radford or J C. Johnson. to Radford & Johnson Hopkinsville, Kentucky ROMACE OF DAUGHTER OF ZACHARY TAYLOR Became Bride of Jefferson Davit in I' "Elopement Father Never v Forgave Her. American romances and one Avhich no two accounts ever seem to landmarks of St. Louis, agree was -mat 01 jenerson Davis Davi a Handsome Youth never has been divulged. . tiy som it was said...

Publication Title: Kentuckian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Kentuckian. — 21 May 1919

van au pHE two armies are marching home-Uncle Sam's Army and the Salvation . Ann The bys in are being demobilized the Salvation Army is staying right with the bovs till thev find their nlaces Uncle Sam's job is ending, but the Salvation, A rmv fare against poverty, disease and degradation. And it needs your help. Ye have the men and women. We have a smooth running, economical organization; we have the will and ability to serve. We need one thing more money - , - - . ' . - - ' -You could not go "over there" to carry comfort and friendliness to the i boys in billets and trenches, but your support made it possible for us to go. Ask the boys what they think of the Salvation Army-its service and dough nuts. You may not be able to go into the slums and tenements to carry cheer anchhope and food and fuel and coal. We can. We will if YOU will send us. The war has taught the whole world new methods of business efficiency. It has taught us. We have learned that the tambourine lassie, instead ...

Publication Title: Kentuckian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Kentuckian. — 21 May 1919

Charley Zepp's Feet By ARCHIE CAMERON NEW (copyright, ,1918, by th. McClur. Nwa- paper Syndicate.) His chair propped up comfortably against the door Jamb, in the narrow hallway l'eadlug from the stage of the Olympla (heater to the back alley, with dim ted light casting Its feeble rays on his, white hair. Baker, the doorman, ;kept watch snootily, against the tres pass of unhallowed feet. And then an unhallowed foot brought him upstand ing, and an unhallowed hand on his stooped shoulder brought ft frown. , which quickly changed Into ft grizzled mile as a bill shot under his nose. say,"., piped a voice, "ray, good num., will you .give this card to Miss Dolly Hart?',' r .. H nj-m,", came the answering grunt, ! Baker, scanned the card... "I'll see, jl think her act's on now. Jps' wilt." j . VBaker shambled off, but hadn't got foot when a retaining arm shot oat f the darkness and stopped him, . . "Pss-t,", hissed Charley Zepp, reach- tlng for the card. "Who's Dolly's John ny?" Then as he ...

Publication Title: Kentuckian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Kentuckian. — 21 May 1919

Til 2 iinrrucniA!! . v"" ROSCOE T. JETT, D. V. M Veterinarian OFFICE PHONE 19 : RESIDENCE PHONE 572 FROM BRAZIL TO- iffSILE , , , . mi nffaa r.n Tncornor- xlOpKinsvme vvut -'- ated, receives coffee direct, roasts Roasted coffee is cooked c w v j j food and should be immediately us ed to get full value of aroma, wsie and strength. ' - Progre.. t Efficiency I Economy Telephone No. ,300. - - bahboad time scheduie ILLINOIS CENTRAL R. R. North Bound 332 leaves at 5:35 a. m. for Prince ton, Paducah, Cairo and Evans ville. . . 302 leaves at 11 a. m. for Princeton, connects for East and West. 324 leaves at 8:05 for Princeton. South Bound. 323 arrives at Princeton at 7:10 a. m. , 321 arrives irom wesi ui, v 301 arrives from East and West at 6:45 r. m. TENNESSEE CENTRAL R. R. East Bound. 12 leave for Nashville at 7:15 a. m li leaves for Nashville at 4:15 p. m. Wet Bound. 11 arrives from Nashville at 10:35 - a. m. 13 arrives from Nashville 8:00 p. m. C. L. WADLINGTON, Agent. LOUISVILLE & N...

Publication Title: Kentuckian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Kentuckian. — 21 May 1919

i . yUji n 'UJ i A W ( A V f LVLJUULJ - I"" " " .NuDiants-'(L ( ('-J lrHnll 'A ll V LJL.Ji-n jL.y Car t Dept. 8 4 Felt base linoleum, value $1.25. Special 85c fq. yr. 8-4 Inlaid Linoleum, value $2.00 Special $1.65. 8-4 Burlap Surface Linoleum, Value $1.50. Special $1.25 sq. yd . Matting Druggets 9x12 Matting Druggets made of extra good Japanese matting stencil ed designs. Special $6,75 ' We carry a complete line of the famous Van ta Garments for babies. Free to Mothers , We will give absolutely free to any mother a 48 page booklet that will be of much value to her. This book let tells you what is needed for the baby. It not only gives you the mat erials wanted but also tells the quan tity needed to make little garments-, ask at our Infant's department for "The Baby Outfit Book." Dresses" Children's gingham dresses in beautiful plaids and stripes, ages 2 to 8 years. Special $1.98. Hose SILKOLINE . 36 in Comfort Silkoline, a big assortment to select from. Values 35 and 4oc, SPECIAL 29...

Publication Title: Kentuckian, The
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