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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Kentuckian. — 18 June 1919

Coal is ment filled; AT ONCE. NEGRO RACE DYING OFF, FIGURES SHOW Statistics prepared by the Bureau of Census of the Department of Com merce Bhow what -long ha? been hold by the medical profession to be true, that the negro race in the cities is ; dying off." Louisville's figures prove this. The figures for 1917 show that in Louis ville there were 4,112 birth 3,595 white and 519 negro. me total excess or Dirtns over deaths for the year was only four and nine tenths per cent, because while the excess of white births was 25.9 per cent over white deaths, ne negro births fell below the deaths by 51.3 per cent. Statistics show the 'total births in Kentucky in 1917 were 61,698 being jnore than eighty-eight and- five tenths per cent, of the number of deaths for the year and that there are eightyseven and one tenth deaths of infants under one year of age per thousand living births. The infant morality in Kentucky was high because of the. great nunf- ber of deaths of negro babies. While the S...

Publication Title: Kentuckian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Kentuckian. — 18 June 1919

ITALY PAID HEAVY PRICE 7 III THE VI Nw Figure Show Total of 469,921 KilUdi 949,576 M.a Wounded. Italy has just completed new fig ures on her total losses during the war, placing at 469,921 the number of wen killed cither on the field ox action or from disease contracted during the war. These figures,' It ' believed, will be the final 'one for the Italian losses, as they have been compiled after the moat minute research. ' In addition to the above dead, Italy ha 486,458 men taken prisoners 949,678 men wounded, 2,530,000 sick and another 570,000 permanent ly invalided. A, total of- nearly 5,000,000 men were killed, taken prisoner or passed through the Italian hospitals from the moment of Italy's entrance into the war on May 23, 1915, down to the signing of the armistice on No vember .11, 1918. As Italy's total mobilization, con sisting of twenly-seven classes, to talod 5,615,000 men, it will be seen that very few failed to suffer from tho war. . In the Italian navy, sixty boats isere ...

Publication Title: Kentuckian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Kentuckian. — 18 June 1919

TO- f rca Ttrce Year Scffcrbst. Say Cardai Made Her YeX thm chv. Tex. hi an Interesting Conoress Determined to Makt .... ' U C.I.III .Kklstnmii ' - (i!EU lit PLAIIS" Of! SOUND OASIS -. ., if .J . 1.1J avw "ror mree yean 1 eui.cicu unwiu aeonv with my head. I was unable to do snv of oir work. I just wanted to sleep all the time, for that was the only ease I could get, when I was asleep. I became a nervous wreck Just from the awful suffering with my head. I wis so nervous that the least notes would make me lumo out of mv bed. 1 had no energy, and was unable to do anything. My son, a young boy, had to do ell my household duties. ... 1 was not able to do invthine until I took CarduL 1 took three bottles in all. and H surelv cured me of those awful headaches. That has been three yean ago, and I know the cure is permanent, for I have never had any headache since taking CarduL . . Nothing relieved me until I took Cardui. It did wonders for me." 1 Trv Cardui for vour troubles made from medi...

Publication Title: Kentuckian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Kentuckian. — 18 June 1919

7112 rJZTTVClUAZl . i ' f' V. R. CRAWLEY G. L. CAMPBELL ft agency Cample! T7 . We A gainst Loss- By- Fire, Tornado, Cycldile or AUOMOBILE Public Liabili Windstorm. Property. Damage, Collision, Theft, Fire. M RONDTNG Bank Burglary, Hold Up. WORKMAN'S COMPENSATION. Wi When You W ant SERVICE ? e Will Appreciate Your Business PdDay Phone 144, Night Phone 1092 Corner Main and 9th Streets. m mm in warn TO RECEIVE CONGRESSIONAL MEDAL OF HONOR FOR DEEDS OF VALOR ONE WOMAN IS IN THE LIST JtfUs Willi Arvin of Henderson Re. ceives the French Croix die Guerre. J9Mier From Western Section Of the State Distinguish Themselves. Kentucky added many new names to her roll of heroes during the world war. The data is being collected by Tred P. Caldwell, state historian of Ixroisville assisted by the various eountv historians. Mr. Caldwell -to lay releases for the press a list of those heroes who have been reported Imt there are many more yet to oe listed with him. Two men from Kentucky won the congressi...

Publication Title: Kentuckian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Kentuckian. — 21 June 1919

T f .. .. , . IF YOU HAVE J A NEWS ITEM J 5 CALL 449 i local ivaR FOR LOCAL NEWS ' i: H - Established 1879. Vol. XLI No. 22 HOPKINSVILLE, KENTUCKY , SATURDAY, JUNE 21, 1919. -oo oo o o- SMALL DOSES o o- St. Louis will have 300,000 gallons of booze left on hand July 1. w w t li jUii UWC JUU1 3 iv l ij: t.. i, a iv. i- tcr you can save one cent by wating ten days to write it. . Tht 1Tintuckv Press Association .will meet in Louisville next week. Sorry .we can't be with the boys. ' Theodode N. Vail has resigned as president of the American Telephone & Telegraph Co., but will continue as 'carman of the board i . ' Judge Rhea is now holding court at Franklirr for equity cases only. Up to a late hour last night he hacl not put any more newspaper men in jaiL . " , Prof. E. B. Weathers comes out of the echool book legislation with sev eral feathers in his cap. He has many friends here who believed all alonr- that Bruce new what he was doii&J ... . Governors of 26 States have agreed t...

Publication Title: Kentuckian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Kentuckian. — 21 June 1919

7 .. ft IF YOU HAVE ?, S TAKE YOUR 5 LOCAL PAPER t X -FOR- 5 ' LOCAL' NEWS J A NEWS ITEM CALL 449 it Established 1879. Vol. XLI No, 22 HOPKINSVILLE, KENTUCKY, WEDNESDAY, J UNE 18, 1919. Vi .. Vf ...... rf -OO CO- SMALL DOSES " St Louis will have 300,000 gallons of booze left on hand July 1. If you owe your sweehe'art a let ter you can save one cent by wating ten days to write it. The Kentucky Press Association will meet in Louisville next week. Sorry we can't be with the boys. b-Theodode N. Vail has resigned as president of the American Telephone & Telegraph Co.j but will continue as . . M 1L. 1 .J cnairman oi me uuwu. m - j.. '". . . Judge Rhea ia now holding court at Franklin for equity cases only. Up to a late hour last night he had a. J. vai.a tiAwonoincr 1D0TI in HOI Uv ally ju v v n jail. Prof. E. B. Weathers comes out of the. school book legislation with sev- efsf; feathers in his cap. He has many friends here who believed all along that Bruce new what he war doing. , r G...

Publication Title: Kentuckian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Kentuckian. — 21 June 1919

The Kentuckian. blished Every Wednesday and Sat urday Mornings by THE KENTUCKIAN CO. DAHLIA A FAVORITE FOR HOME GARDENS JChas. M. Meacham ..Editor Eerschel A. Long . . .Assistant Bobert Brumfield City Editor Established as Hopkinsville Con eervative in 1866. Succeeded by Hopkinsville Democrat 1876. Pub lished as th South Kentuckian 1879 1889. From 1889 to 1918 as The Jtentnckian. . ' . , . Hrd, Eiy to Grow, Strikincly Or namental, tni Some Scrt a Delicate Orchids. ftr two weeks and removes the larg est cf the flowers, but by judicious disbudding the size cf the other flow ers may be increased sufficiently to serve all needs. Thcroueh cultivation ' to conserve Mean to the End. Lots of trouble starts with a rnr, when It doesn't with n woman. The ear .that started the following true story belonged to a well-known man who likewise possessed wealth, a repu- moisture is essential. A muicn ei -.-- -- - well-retted : iIie m"'r m-n in iw, i to trie local garage iur repair, wum wi He expostul...

Publication Title: Kentuckian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Kentuckian. — 21 June 1919

The Kentuckian. ublifibed Every Wednesday and Sat urday Mornings by ' THE KENTUCKIAN CO. jChaa. M. Meachaniy ..Editor Herschel A. Long Assistant Xobert Brumfield..... .City Editor Established as Eopkinsville Con lervative in 1866. Succeeded by Hopkinsville Democrat 1876. Pub lished as the South Kentuckian 1879 to 1889. From 1889 to 1918 as The Eentnckian. Fifty-Third Year of Publication SUBSCRIPTION RATES! Due year by mail. ......... .$2.00 )One year by carrier $2.00 5orter terms at same proportionate rates Advertising Rates on Application 212 SOUTH MAIN STREET. - Illinois, Wisconsin, Michigan, Kan sas, Ohio and New York has ratified the suffragist amendment. Alvin York has been made a Col- e a Col- I!? .S'if MUDfl. IUr I11II1 LU DWkA kV i I xank 'as sergeant. Congressman Good of Iowa offer ed an amendment Tuesday which would" tie up indefinitely the estab lishment of a government hospital at Dawson Springs, Ky The house ad journed' without action on the Good amendment. The Pembroke...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Kentuckian. — 21 June 1919

THE KENTUCKIAN 9 (ff . - Children Cry for FJeicIior'o Ilie Kind You Have Always Bought, "and which has been ISL use. tor over thirty years, aas Dome the signature of ana nas oeen made under his per Z4572 80nal suPerylsiQ since its Infancy." All Counterfeits, Imitations and " Just-as-good " are but Experiments that trifle with and endanger the health of ; C&staria is a harmless substitute for Castnr nn. Par Crop and Soothing Syrups. It is pleasant It contains 'aeitlier Opium, Morphine nor other narcotic substance. Its" ;S its guarantee. For more than thirty years it ha . fceeo ia constant use for the relief of Constipation, Flatulency, Wind Colic lad Diarrhoea; -allayiag Feyerishness arising ; therefrom, and by regulating the Stomach and Bowels, aids the as3lmilatioa of Food; giring healthy and natural sleep, The CbJllrea'fl Panacea-rThe Mother's- Friend. 'esrjuns CSTO R I A always -A : ' Bears the Sicmafiir nF Laura Relents Bp for her rudeness of their last m Jet-, Insr, was dec...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Kentuckian. — 21 June 1919

Tin ::N"ruc;;iAN an I! r' Children Cry I. A N.J . v She Kind You Have Always Bought, and which has been la usa for over thirty years, has borne the signature of and nas oeen maae under his per ' 8onal supervision since its infancy.' &f'UcUilit Allow no one to deceive vou in this. All Counterfeits, Imitations and ' Just-as-good " are but Experiments that trifle with and endanger the health of Infants and Children Experience against Experiment. Castoria is a harmless suostitute tor Castor Oil, Paregoric, "Drops and Soothing Syrups. It is pleasant. It contain? neither Opium, Morphine nor other narcotic substance. It i ia its guarantee. - For mora than thirty years it has 1 twen la constant use for the relief of Constipation, Flatulency, VCTiad Colic and Diarrhoea; allaying Feverishness arising -herefrom, and by regulating the Stomach and Bowels, aids J the assimilatioa vf Food; giving healthy and natural sleep, The Calm's Panacea -The Mother's Friend. tesjuiKS C ASTO R I A alvay V)...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Kentuckian. — 21 June 1919

3 , A Knock in the Night. By GERALD ST. ETIENNE U 1 CCftpyrfch, wis. by McClur Newspaper ouuicaie.; "Got Not another word. I will not "(l!teo to you. Stop!" Flora stood on . ia top step ana, as she commanded in sharp, decisive tones, she pointed ,a finger toward the nuthwav. Mathew Burgess edged first on one ,iow ana incu on the other. He had ' inever had such a scathlnor lecture In 'Ms life as the one Flora had Just de- Ilvered him.' He longed to take her la his arms and kiss away the frown - oo' her lips, but he did not dare, for .mere was something behind tnose ' :yea of hers that warned him such a movement would only make -matters ' .worse. VYUh a shrug of his shoulders that was Intended for a dignified one he started lu the' direction her finger was pointing.. Just as he reached the . - gate ke looked back. - Flora was still v Standing thctre. a dramatic figure re t . fleeted in Uie. moonlight. ; . Although he was In a shadow and . . iwms. not visible to her sight, yet she seem...

Publication Title: Kentuckian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Kentuckian. — 21 June 1919

I A Knock in the Night By GERALD ST. ETIENNE ' i (Copyright, 1!18. by McClure Newspaper Syndicate.) . . "Got Not another word. I will not listen, to you. Stop!" Flora stood on the top step 'and, ns she commanded in .shuiii, decisive rones, slie pointed a fuij.fi' toward the pathway. Mulhew Burgess edged first on one foot aud thou on the oilior. lie 'hsid never had fetn-h li scathing loetnre in his life tis 1h? one Flora hod jnt de livered hhtf. Ho longed to take her ?n his arms and kiss awry t! o frown on her, lips; "hut he did not dure, fr .there wan' 'soiiioihliig behind thoso eyes of. hers hut warned him such-a movement "would only' make nrntteni verse.- With a shrug of ids shoulders that was intended for n dignified one lie' Blurted in the direction her finger vus pointing.. Just ns he reached the fcnte he looked buck. Flora was still standing there,, a dramatic figure re-i Hefted lu the moonlight Although he wns in a shadow and i was not visible to her sight, yet she fieeuied t...

Publication Title: Kentuckian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Kentuckian. — 21 June 1919

t i c i a a a a a S' CITY iU IT f TT Tr Ti TO T7?) - F4(E 1 y Yi i Ym II f, 1 t .1 NlX - fcl CJ I. -ZZk SLUMLES t; U 11 a n it a a a 14 a n a a a a a nj n a a 0 a a a n ca a a n n a a ii n n a n 13 a a n a a B 0 n a ' B m B B fl fl a a a B a a a a ' a a a a H a a ii a K a a a a a a a a a-' a B a. a Would not the above be an expresssive slogan? J A city without slums, a city without tenements, a city where all inhabitants enjoy comfortable homes. It depends upon you and every other citizen whether we will be an average city with its deplor able housing conditions, or a SLUMLESS CITY, We can achieve this coveted honor if we begin today the very present to take care of our citizens in modern, comfortable homes. Help make Hopkinsville THE HOME CITYy . - : - REPRESENTS Y " Oldest and Most Reliable Companies We have represented these companies for many years and can give you protection in any line of surance. We wart your business and " will be ready to serve you. We will give you PROMPT ...

Publication Title: Kentuckian, The
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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Kentuckian. — 21 June 1919

123323323 BSKasssisaanaaaaaaaaanaaaaaaxDaaaBBBBBaasBaiiaaaaaiaiaBiBaBiiiiiiiiiiBaBSsa&scr . a a a a a B !: si r. I f I I 11 "JJ tSl ft ja CITY si I -MM- U U 6 v v f i I WMt 1 I A ri tt i-i n u 53 si H a a M 11 a a 3 a a i3 H a El ea S3 1 a . B a. n n 53 a m a a H Fl a n i j - a a a n a n a H a a Would not the above be an expresssive slogan? A city without slums, a city without tenements, a city .where all inhabitants enjoy comfortable homes. It depends upon you and every other citizen whether we .will be an average city with its deplor able housing conditions, or a SLUMLE3S CITY. We can achieve this coveted honor if we begin today the very present to take care cf our citizens in modern, comfortable homes. Help make Hopkinsville THE HOME CITY. : l INSURANCE m : REPRESENTS - Oldest and Most Reliable Companies ' We have represented these companies for many years and can give you protection in any line of in surance. We want your business and will be ready to serve you. We will give...

Publication Title: Kentuckian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Kentuckian. — 21 June 1919

TllZ KEIiTlJCiaAft lit. io;:c 11 GUI' into the country to take up the land and without party differences per- the hotel. v The two mcitors remained ' and were given every preference ov- many should unite -.in . unanimous almost an hour on the spot and at- ier the Poles, the ojriginal owners and will io protect the German people tempted again and again to have the inhabitants of the. land. In 190o, the and the ireeaom won. .every tnougnt ever increasing crowd break loose Kaiser built a magnificent palace at should be that the united will of the The main speaker, the man with the Posen. statin? that it would be a nation should apply to the preserva- beard, declared Quite frequently that monument to cement the friendship tion and rebuilding of the rather-, he was a Pan-German and represent betwen the Germans and the Poles, land. r!ed himself moreover as a property In spite of these attempts to Ger- The government appeals to all peo- owner out of the Province of Posen manize them, the P...

Publication Title: Kentuckian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Kentuckian. — 21 June 1919

HI. M IGEI1Y ;t- pnuntrw trt take ut the land and without party differences Ger- the hotel. The two incitors remained and were triven every preference ov- many should unite in unanimous almost an hour on the spot and at- er the Poles," the original owners and will to protect the German people .tempted again and again to have the inhabitants of the land. In 1905, the and the freedom won. t-very tnought ever increasing crowd break loose Kaiser buUt a magnificent palace at should be that the united will of the The main speaker, the man with the . Posen stating that' it would be a nation should apply to the preserva- beard, declared qu.ite frequently that monument to cement the friendship tion ana reDuuamg ot tne jpatner- he was a ran-uerman ana represent 'betwen the Germans, and the Poles, land. ; . 1 ed himself moreover a3 a property iln spite of these attempts to Ger- The government appeals to all peo- owner out of the Province of Posen, ' manize them the Poles have retain- pie to bi...

Publication Title: Kentuckian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Kentuckian. — 21 June 1919

4JU a Uili'a Dili iJLll TO- ISPESILE IH SUHDAV Thrift Sunday is to be observed throughout the country on June 22. On this date every minister in Kentucky -will be asked to deliver their Sunday sermon on Thrift and to read the message of Secretary of Treasury Glass to their people on War Savings and Thrift. The project has been launched by the Savings Division, War Loan 0 , Eopkinsville Coffee Co., Incorpor ated, receives coffee direct, roasts eted coffee ia cooked every uj. , . A, " " food and should be immediately us- ganizawon oi me ireasury ueparc A to tret full value of aroma, taste ment which has started a nation-wide movement to conserve the war taught and Btrength. habits of thrift wheih has met with , Efficiency Economy , .. . , . rroirvM - Telephone No. 300. , - . , , in . . . , . . people. With idea of promoting this :U&XlpKU& d- m - .... yx r o u snnir FOR . - THE NAME R;OARDWICK Oir FINE GLASSES Our satisfied optical ciis omers are our best recomend tam. Their nu...

Publication Title: Kentuckian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Kentuckian. — 21 June 1919

M lei fcw TO- iiiiil i umbiii Ilopkinsvillc Coffee Co., Incorpor ated, receives coffee direct, roasts Tloasted coffee is cooked food and ehould be immediately tis 1 ed to get full value of aroma, taste and strength.' ' ' ProgM Efficiency Economy Telephone No. 300. i LOOK FOR THE NAME R C UARDWP ON FINE: GLASSES Our satisfied optical cus jners are. our bestrecomend- ;,tion." , . ja - Their number runs into the housand. Ask them about our op tical work. , T IGJili LOOK FOR THE NAME. . .....J",, - - ' : mmm. mm ILLINOIS CENTRAL R. R. "; North Bound . 232 leaves at 6:35 a. m. for Prince . ton, Paducah, Cairo and Evans ville. '302 leaves at 11 a. m. for Princeton, connects for East and West. Z2A kaves at 8:05 for Princeton. South Bound. 823 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, . . , ' ' -V---' ' ' ' TENNESSEE CENTRAL R. R. . Eatt Bound. 12 leaves for Nashville at 7:15 a. m ,i4 leaveB for Nashville" at 4:16 p. ...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The Kentuckian. — 21 June 1919

tic iinrruciaAii s r rrrj r i- I J J ! e rx t i r 3 ) ! if J )) 11 ' ? ' ' J- There's one HOME PRODUCT, made here in in Hopkinsvllle that has such pronounced merit, that the buyer satisfies his own judgment while patronizing a homemade article- THAT'S THE- IT'S THE BEST NOW PA T r r-n . i 3 r - 1 A lAli I n -) II, X I! ! I rL-x' e j e....ji t jits J L s Olv I Si and Has (MM OF BIN CO. JJST OF NATIVE SONS WHO RE CEIVED special.honors IN .THE ARMY. flANY NON-COMMISSIONED MEN Ala Flayod ' Prominent Part 1 the Servke Hr And fa Europe. I ' Brigadier General: 1 1 Cyrus S. Radford. ; Logan Feland. ' ' ; Colonel. Alexander S. Dade. . E. B B assert. , Lieutenant Colonel. Napoleon W. Riley. ', : Mao, J. Gant Gainer, M. D. John Thomas Edmunds Stites. Htnry Johnson Stites. Jouett Henry. j Dorris A. Hayn.es, .George W? Thompson. 4i Captain. . I Frank Pendleton BarKfirV ' ' ' Alvan H Clark ' Anslio Hell, M. I). (Gilmer M. BelL 'ZX . C. B. Crutchfield. . ... . Charles P. Jarrett. , W. A. Lackey, M...

Publication Title: Kentuckian, The
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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The Kentuckian. — 21 June 1919

. . . Twen i r--riu. i-u. Ht.M.vw ii'-"imwm ""n "fr rr -imni-mnirrr-' i r -- -t-i rr- , . r a.. i t ?r -i . iLj . t-u t at i vjat-j t st i j V-j . L. . r - i r f j L j i J V There's one HOME PRODUCT, made here in in Hopkins vllle that has such pronounced merit that the buver satisfies his own judgment while patronizing a homemade ar ticle- THATS THE-- 11 El Mil U, t! f . I ( : I , '. I: i i.Wl r ). . Av v a; J t l 6. a TS.li ! Hn" i af a .ranTT..r-,- and has wraoie OFHCERS OF CIISTI1C0. LIST OF NATIVE SONS WHO RE CEIVEO SPECIAL HONORS IN THE ARMY. MANY NON-COMMISSIONED MEN XIm Played Prominent Part I ti Service Here And la Europe. Brigadier Generalsi Cyrus S. Radford. Logan Feland. Colonels. ' -Alexander S. Dade. E. B Bassett. Lieutenant Colonel. Napoleon W. Riley. MaOf, J. Gant Gaither, M. D. ' John Thomas Edmunds Stites, Henry Johnson Stites. '- Jouett Henry. ' Dorris A. Hayn'es. .George W. Thompson. ' Captain. ' Frank Pendleton Barker. Alvan H Clark. Austin Bell, M. 1). Gilmer M....

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