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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Kentuckian. — 25 June 1919

T7 t ,.-:: voir.; LOCAL PAPER FOX- . . LOCAL NEWS IF YOU HAVE $ A NEWS ITEM CALi; 449 ik it ft lb..iiii !i -i i i Oil Established 1879. Vol XLI No. 24 HOPK1NSV1LLE, KENTUCKY , WEDNESDAY, JUNE 25, 1919. i A light shower fell in Hopkinsville find vicinity Monday. ' More than 60,000 French prisoners in excess of German records were found in Germany. ' , , , More. than 30,000 Czecho-Slovak women have signed a memorandum - to the Pope in favor of the marriage of priests. A poll of the senate shows that 43 senators are" for the League of Na tion with reservations and 40 with out. Only 7 are agaist it and 5 non committal. . V " . , . The "take-all" disease is officially reported in the ripened wheat fields! of Whitley county. The same dis ease has broken out in some places where wheat products are for sale. War department expenditures A 11.. 4r war wa3-declared un til June 1,1919, totalled ?14,544,. 10 213. Secretary Baker advised the special house committee inves tigating the department's...

Publication Title: Kentuckian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Kentuckian. — 25 June 1919

lltiU i. iiUv err: The Kentuckian. fnbliahed Every Wednesday and Sat 1 urday Mornings by THE KENTUCKIAN CO. Chas. M. Meacham. ........ .Editor Cerschel A. Long ,. .Assistant JSobert Brumfield City Editor i EVER R It Established as Hopkinsville Con servative in 1866. Succeeded by rTnnlHnsvine Democrat 1876. Pub lished as the South Kentuckian 1879 to 1889. From 1889 to 1918 as The lentuckian. GE Fifty-Tkird Year of Publication SUBSCRIPTION RATES: J)ne year by mail 12.00 (One year by carrier 12.00 JKhorter terms at same proportionate rates 1 Advertising Rates on Application 212 SOUTH MAIN STREET. in I The number -of blind, men Trance made so by the war does not fcxeeed, 1500. Our old friend the two-cent post- fege stamp for letters win be back jwith us on July 1st ) T An Evansville inventor has invent- 1 fc'd device for showing motion pic- " 1 itures by daylight J Trial before a French military tri bunal of Gaston Quien, charged with liaving betrayed Edith Cavell to the IGermans, will ...

Publication Title: Kentuckian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Kentuckian. — 25 June 1919

1 EXTRA- 63c Ladies' Union I flft 65c Ladies' Lisle Hose, all . QQa - Boys' Balbriggan Union Suits 90 a Suit, 3 pair I.VU colors 000 50c values 25c Gauze Vests . ICn 50c Ladies' Lisle Hose, all ' OQ $1.0 Ladies Silk Hose, white QQ for ...........lot colors.... only , o;3L 3 o 'it - HiaBBiBiaiiaiiiaBaiMiaiaiacfliiiaaaiBiiiiinEiai nBaaaiMBBMiiaaiiaHia n a u E'""J n S7 S""l t'ii Br v i -set ' i M id-Sum mer Sale b: IV MS TJ 11 1) iT IM ' mshings! l Lot of Men's Silk Shirts q AC (sam pies) values to $7.50. vO.I-U $2.00 Men's Dres3 Shirts Jj gg $L50 Men's Dress Shirts $1 J9 $1.25 Men's Dress Shirts QJq 50 Dozen Men's Blue Work 7 A a - Shirts for ;.. rC $L75 Men's -Union Suits J 10, $L50 Men's Union Suits . ggg $L00 Men's Union Suits 65c Shirt and Drawers 39c 1 Lt B. &D. Shirt and Drawers 3 -y . 50 Dozen Nainsook Shirt and O Q Drawers for fcOO $1.25 Elastic Seam Drawers "J Qq $2.00 Ladies' Silk Hose, CI OQ white and black only......,', $1.50 Ladies Silk Hose, white 7Qp . black and gra...

Publication Title: Kentuckian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Kentuckian. — 25 June 1919

1 1 The Dolly Varden Gown By eUSAN CLAOGETT ICopyright, IMS, by the MeClure Newspa per Byndicfttt.) In the attic Eieauor Brooke dived Into the old horse-hulr trunk that had once belonged to the great aunt after - whom she was named. She was look Ins for and hoping to find something he could shape Into a dress for the dance on the fourth. Whenever she was at a loss for finery Aunt Eleanor's trunk had bti a veritable treasure trove, but so often had the girl gone through the contents she had small bope of finding anything that would be' suitable for the party toward which Bhe was looking forward with more tbftn usual anticipation. JLnnt Eleanor's gowns, were all of the heaviest brocades, velvets and satins, so stiff they would stand alone. She had never been stinted In money, as her namesake frequently was, and rich dresses, with here and there a time stain, that had come from Lon don and were of a bygone style, had lain for long In the horse-hair trunk under the eaves until young Ele...

Publication Title: Kentuckian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Kentuckian. — 25 June 1919

"MA S On account of the warm weather and the scarcity of reliable labor, we will for the present --DISCONTINUE--- the delivery of ice in the residence part of the city in the afternoons, after 14 So please Our men jk Salvation Army Campaign. The work of raising money in Ken tucky for the Home Service Fund of the Savation Army of America, by means of which the Army will contin ue its .work among the poor, outcast, fallen and abandoned in the big cities 'nd' relieves the wants of suffering children due to poverty" for which they have been in no way to blame, is now on in Kentucky. It is a move ment which ought to be aided by ev ery man, woman, child who believes in work for humanity. "They that are whole need not a physician, but they that are sick," said the lowly Nazarene, and this doctrine the Sal vation Army has been practicing ever since the founding of the movement by General William Booth in the slums of London. Evangeline Booth is at the head of the Salvation Army in America. ...

Publication Title: Kentuckian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Kentuckian. — 25 June 1919

IIY 1YJ0 Th U.efi.1 CccUVaur. ! f' ! , The- humlle ami the n.uth-Je i j iXanthlum Strurr.anum may now u r r ii ' . i i ; i I .Mac a - . - I it. head and clirnr to all who try to1 C,. T7,t:,, 1,4, "Ae Ta Tv SIIAlfni An ftlf V'7' "sa.red ' V'lac,,n0r,Sl Cardaillai Done Fcr IU, So I II lllllfi 1111" ,the fe!f-respecting members of Dame . . , , llHUlUI I (K ture'. family. A ientit ii. A To Help OM. UllI I I UllU North Carolina department of airri- TO BE ADVAiiCED! Of On of th Lrfot Armenian Fsmiliea of Cre, Oo of r Them in THU City. culture, hag decla"red that the cockle ibur, if treated properly, will yield a clear, sweet oil, with a nut-like flav or. "Its quality is excellent and it will be valuable as a vegetable oil. iThe cake left after the oil has been v 'expressed will make a fine food for cattle. Dr. D. II. Erkiletian, the Armen- 0n!y think 0f that! And all these ian physician who has lived in the many years the cocklcbur has seem city for a number of years, has at e(j a nuisanc...

Publication Title: Kentuckian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Kentuckian. — 25 June 1919

i. . . i, cti W rtB-' - . m"W 'I'mwuMWfwww i iawajeifi tgvwi'-i-g-nftgyr'.' 'w JIIWiwp 1 irapiiWti 1iJii. Biiiislii TO- ilk ' I Hopldnsville Coffee Co., Incorpor eted, receives coffee direct, roasts every day. Boasted coffee is cooked food and should be immediately us ed to get full value of aroma, taste and strength. .. Progret Efficiency t Economy Telephone No. 300- feOOK FOR THE NAME RVC.HARDWICK ON FINE GLASSES Our satisfied optical cus errors are our best recomend tation, , Their number runs into the thousands. fc Ask them about our op tical work. ' OVER SHIP LOSS CHAGRINED AT BEING OUTWIT TED BY HUN GUARDIANS OF INTERNED FLEET SHOWS THE HUN Some Still Clinf to the Belief Sinking Wti Caused By Meant of Con- Cealed Explociret. LOOK FOR THE NAME. RAILROAD TIME SCHEDULE I ILLINOIS CENTRAL R. R. - North Bound 332 leave at 5:35 a., m,-for Prince ton, Paducah, Cairo and Evans-ville. nounced, the Scapa Flow would the scene of a bsg pyrotecnic dis play. Commander Kenworthy, M. P. told ...

Publication Title: Kentuckian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Kentuckian. — 25 June 1919

i' i' mm m AV?ut Forty Have Accepted ltavit.iv tions To The August :. Reunion. " Invitations were sent, out June 1st to about 400 of the former students fef Maj. J. 0. Ferrell's High School to attend the third Reunion August 14 and 15. i The following have responded: THESE ACCEPT i Jacob H. Cohen, Lawrence, Kan, 1 1 A." 111 A- I ise juipsune, auuiiui, ua, Robt E. Johnson, Henderson, Ky. , C. S. Bradshaw, Pembroke, Ky. B. A. Rogers, city. j Jno. B. Garth, Trenton, Ky. j E. L. Owen, Guthrie, Ky. r . B. Tandy, city. J. S. Le'df ore, C9nty. LC. A. Agden, city. -lSTZlir, "Cwensboro, Ky. W. M. Hoke, Birmingham, Ala. J, C. Pettie, Jonesboro, Ark. j G. L. Campbell, city. Kanston Cross, Memphis. ' W. B. Wash, city. ' J. P. Cheaney, St. Louis, Mo. Walter Wharton, Cadiz, Ky. , L. A. Summers, Gracey, Ky. ' E. S. Boales, Paris, Tenn. Ira L. Smith, city. ' Garner E. Dalton, city. A. W. Wood, city. E. C. Major, city. F. P Thomas, city. ' Lannes H.. Huggins, Casky, Ky. ' Jas. West, city. ' S. U. Wo...

Publication Title: Kentuckian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Kentuckian. — 28 June 1919

7 .......... iJ it V i i ini .-A 7 r: ( j mm f : , i ) : Established 1879. Vol XLI No. 25 HOPKINSVILLE, KENTUCKY, SATURDAY, JUNE 28, 1919. v.vvvo,vo ii ! i ms. .. mi ; . . r , i "O- o- -oo oo o- o SMALL DOSES o- oo oo o The President will sail for home tomorrow. A - ' . A Louisville man caurfit a cat fish weighing 61 pounds in Salt river. .... Somebody went off and left a bas ket containing a boy baby on the steps of a convent in Louisville. Edwin B. Howard, of Harlan coun ty, has been named for West Point by Representative Robsion. There is a wild rumor that Claude Ckfk is loading up for a Fourth of July ration. Just where, is not yet known. The lastest hanging in Mississippi was to a limb of the big gum tree under which the victim committed suicide. Lynched, "by gum. -" . . Both the Huns - and Hungarians are busy Mrevtluiiig" and killing ether from Hamburg to Buda pest and nobody cam a continental Admiral von Rfcuter having de Btroyed aavy that belonged to the Allies, because the ...

Publication Title: Kentuckian, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Kentuckian. — 28 June 1919

ft The Kentuckian. JPnblished Every Wednesday and Sat- T--E0DMJLGi; t urday Mornings by .THE KENTUCKIAN CO. J ' 'I!:!!' Ft) V 11 i ! JjChaa. M. Meacham ..Editor Xerschel A.- Longer-.-. ; v;-r; Assistant Xobert Brurofiejd . . jCtty s Editor! Established eas Hopkinsvill) Con servative iivil86& '& Succeeded i by flonkinsville Democrat 1876. Pub- fcabtd as 4he SoBth-fKentUckian 1879 o 15 CO. J Prom j6S9.'tqU$18 as The CCentut'ian -4 WWW V Fifty-Third Ymrof Publication SUBSCRIPTION, RATES II 3' JDne year by mail $2.00 JDa'e yeaxCby Uiriih.VIT. rjjf2:00 Shorter term: at, same proportionate 1 Advertising Bates on Application 212 SOUTH MAIN STREET. lSEK5 JWS1 -.APrLIANUiS. et a uad 9 1 1 i (IrANGE imd WATER? HEATER. j You- will then beiinsured !!oE dmhiediate! sert . 93 W 1T7mD MO lit hipffv Public Service Co. .wtpv- w I .... h il l . J;l! i.lj. 1 ballot .by jetitwnr and-tbiBr will ..prqb- ably, ,b"e,, doflebuta (tbia, jtjmeV ftdbody parwcuJarjy ucares apoui frrVjVrr; borojeenger,- ...

Publication Title: Kentuckian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Kentuckian. — 28 June 1919

;- v- l i M)i 4 MUM MlTP : i'.n-.-.Hh'i . . - . - i . w. j .t. I . ' ' , ; i (? ; :i Oiv account of the warni Weather and the scarcity of reliable labor, we will for the 'present ---DISCUW ilNUE--- ' l Jthe delivery of ice in Jtlie residence part of the city in the afternoons, after .1 i-.il v.u - (1-..J j r t - . bpleSefcIfe'yourj arraiipnlen'L fairiwhat ici$j 'n5vi ,0u2 rheir-- ivifr'bef instructedfbejcarful an3s try not d: miss "anyone desiring iceiU.. ... r.hH I i i ' . :l Mi'. .. - J,.-: I-I. ;. (). ' j 1 1 HIV r c-li.--.ij lit ' i . i :K BOYS m : AT PLAY Ar Hating .Quite n Outing Jn th . Metropolis. "he Kentucky Press Associatrpn wilt conclude its .meeting iiLbui-vill- today. 1 '; The program for the three days was;, as foHpwsj 10-00 Meeting called tofirder -by the President, D. M. Hutton ' editor Hertld, Harrodaburg, Ky,..T,.jVn s Invocation Rev." Charles Henry , Pralher, gjsfp'asloOBarustowh Roaiji Presbyterian church, Louis vill., ddress of Welcomej-Richard Mt Beajn, vice p...

Publication Title: Kentuckian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Kentuckian. — 28 June 1919

ft : : ; 1 r. a o' PURELY PERSONAL o o -o o oo oo o o o OUiitiUilhMI woiPAv m A ' Mrs. E. P. Barnes left Wednesday for Dawson Springs. Judge Robert Crenshaw, of Cadiz was in town Thursday. J. T. Wall and Col. Ike Hart are in Frankofrt on business. Mrs. Ritchie Burnett, of Houston is in the city for the summer. An Elks Lodge was instituted at Shelbyville Wednesday night. Mrs. Mary McS. Sterling left Wed nfcsday for a short stay at Dawson 'The Kentucky fairs start next month, the first at Mt. Sterling July 23. FOR HO 2 WHEA: Price For the New Crop At Evans- ville Set By G ain Dealer Of the "Pocket" Miss Mary Pierce has gone for an extended visit to Abilene, Galveston and New Orleans. Mrs. J. E. McPherson has gone to Richmond, Va., to visit her daughter, Mrs. George Howell. :Mr. and Mrs. Fred Long, of Cor dova, Alaska, are visiting Mr. and Mrs Herman SouthalL v Mrs. J. H. Anderson, of Knoxville, arrived in the city Thursday night for a visit to relatives. . Mrs. D. H. Rucker, of Richmo...

Publication Title: Kentuckian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Kentuckian. — 28 June 1919

DABNEY DIED IN BATTLE V7 A r7r23:n TT- Hopkinsville Business Men's Association Election, Tuesday, July 2, 1919. H. M. B. A. ELECTION, TUESDAY JULY 2, 1919. " FOR PRESIDENT .Vote For One JOHN A. CLEMENTS . . CHAS. M. MEACHAM. FOR VICE-PRESIDENT Vote For One. ED L. WEATHERS J. M. FORBES. ..... . . . FOR TREASURER Vote For One. J. A. BROWNING, Jr. DIRECTORS .Vote For 12. T. J. McREYNOLDS. M. E. BOYD.."..!... H. T. WHITFIELD . . HENRY .FRANKEL . . L K. WOOD........ SHELBY L. PEACE. . S. L. COWHERD.... D. D. CAYCE....... HARRY KEACH W. B. ANDERSON... A. W. WOOD ... . -i s. GEORGE E. GARY. . R. E. COOPER : .... L. B. CORNETTE. LOUIS D. BROWNING.... T. E. WYATT, GEORGE CRENSHAW. . GEORGE KOLB. . T. J. BAUGH.. ... R. S. AMBROSE. F. C. CULL. FRANK RIVES.. A. D. NOE, Sr.... W. R. CRAWLEY. ' Row la a Good Time To Drive Out Catarrh Hw Trouble Is In the Blood. Summer catarrh, witn its nause ous discharge, stuffed up glands, difficult breathing, and summer colds, is bad enough, but the worst of i...

Publication Title: Kentuckian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Kentuckian. — 28 June 1919

mm mm lECilll lMreting.Prrratna Por;Taday ad JComortw With. Dinner F.oM i" 'The'regulaf meeting of Circle No. 3 of Bethel BaptistA.ssocir.tion will be held w tMay WfomorrowV with the follow- ing program; XJ:,..A auM 1. What Were We Save For 7 icwcitinlli ii-K WfDoolan. H. 13. Gabby. 2. Stewardship. Vfda ,V?. , v'Wf a .7- pt won s-won i v T v' MUT1tov: c- R. ' Gary? a mare:tnanauiyers.' !" .Thtefioirdla vof 'iwhioh f-Mfts R. Ci -cnii. -j. v, , I Thurffnnt Rlarlc.Draiitrht iprcsiant,:ha8 .never rn ssea ZtZ Trt jThedford's Black-Draught Will help you ' , . .1 , I flnnt'Jifan rlmiiin nol car, n ha "T :o - i bBlfi-eachftfth 'Sf.ff: oiympia and Birmingham apd .kecp fiready Ion! the ay's work, rMClardji wag; foyifnahy years presi- role ,n the executton of the pro deht'ofthe circle,! which is composed Visions of the, armistice jvith Austria ofv several Baptnst churches In South Te chaersaT noiy at 3Ia,fta fot over rhriaMn. h;l i: ..;.' "U: i - I hauling.but lib the tmcanUnieV1 the .Dinneniw...

Publication Title: Kentuckian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Kentuckian. — 28 June 1919

la L to:. 3k 4u W 5-1 UO": nent toDfaiv Ens'iri asking Peoples Together," H HI IN iwf il " IP WW DAY'S WAR, COST, , , 1 - - - - I r f r aaa arx a 1 1 iUoplunsville Coffee Co., Incorpor ated, receives coffee direct, roasts eyry day. Roasted coffee is cooked fodd and should be immediately us- edto get full value of aroma, taste and strength. 0 MllS Pr6gre t Efficiency : Economy ,2 Telephone No. 300. hi f R1 V, TOOK -FOR A A. V yl THE NAME R. OAMICL Flrxt Branch of Union $o Bo EstaJ lished In America la In ' ' Philadelphia. Washington. It is' the general feel ing that the foundation orUwhleh the proposed League ,pjf Nations, must he built is a complete understanding and friendly co-operation between the two rreut Enclifch-SDeakinsr Deonlesi that l-fn'-tljq AiyeMeiJnJ jihd.the' BjItfsbTiwill zuit turgeiy me TasK or making tnc world s.nfe for democracy. Realizing this, a group of Americans and Brit ishers have .started a movement: to rfravk he itgUih-sfeiitjpg peoplea'f6f U jwmmdeBbip,rf...

Publication Title: Kentuckian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Kentuckian. — 28 June 1919

rl fv .Y r m Vf m n h n , ni .T ri. w M rr. " P- M . CI J3 U M a u ESS ;ITY ll.IiiQ RBBBBEBBBEaHBDBBBBBSSiIiIBBEHBBBBCCBBi55iEBBSEICBBBB TUT ITC3 t tv i i t i t j r i - e rx r r iu ..in n. ini!r- I j 1 1 II I I M V I 111 . , V i J SLUME n El a S a a a a a a n a n n a n a a a a . Et a a s a a a n a B B B B B B B 43 a a a a a a fl ' m B B B B B B. B B B B fl a a B fl fl fl ' fl a a -a f- B a n n n B n n ci n a u B ii- ii u n ri u M H U fl u tl s a rs it n 11 41. M 11 H II a n u n n M r Would not the above be an expresssive slogan? A city ivithout 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 Hopldnsville THE HOME CITY. , WALLACE I ISURICE AGERCY . has REPSESENTED some o...

Publication Title: Kentuckian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Kentuckian. — 2 July 1919

f Established 1879. Vol. XLI No. 26 HOPKINSVILLE, KENTUCKY , WEDNESDAY, JULY 2, 1919. -oo oo- o o- SMALL DOSES o -O Ot OO oo o o o The President' ja on his way home Ranging all the way from Villa's to Trotzky's there are still 21 wars, revolutions' and rebellions in pro gress. Whiskey went down in Owensboro as Monday night approached. . The closing prices were $1.75 to $2.75 a quart. ' . , The report again comes, this time from official sources, that Frederick William has made a get-a-way from Holland. . ) Senators New and Chamberlain are to fly from Washington to New York, paired to cover accidents in the closeness of the Senate. " ' ,Von Bethmann Hollweg has made a proposition that he be allowed to stand trial for the former kaiser. Let erwh answer for his own crimes. v " ' George. Washington ceased to be seen in lilac yesterday,-but is now painted red on the good old two-cent stamp. The Hun who started out to hunt a place in the sun wound up by be ing shown on a scrap of . paper ...

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

The Kentuckian. (t FIT" TTh TTft XT1 A Published Every Wednesday and Sat urday Mornings by THE KENTUCKIAN CO. Cbas. M. Meacham -..Editor Eerschel A. Long. .Assistant Hobert Brumfield City Editor Established as Hopkinsville Con servative in 1866. Succeeded by fiopkinsrille Democrat 1876. Pub k.v.I am ihn South Kentuckian 1879 so 1889. From 1889 to 1918 as The JKentucltian. Fifty-Third Year of Publication SUBSCRIPTION RATES s (Due year by mail 12.00 One year by carrier .$2.00 Shorter terms at same proportionate rates Advertising, Rates on Application 212 SOUTH MAIN STREET. "AN ACT OF IMPRUDENCE" Judge Carroll has at last backed Hp the anonymous circular issued by his friends attacking Gov. Black, by making the Governor's character an issue by implication in his own losing campaign. One of Judge Carroll's best friends 6ays the Judge is an able van and a good judge, but a very noor nolitician. This seems to be true. The Judge jumps on the Gov ernor, not boldly but in a mild sort of way,...

Publication Title: Kentuckian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Kentuckian. — 2 July 1919

IPItlln! 1 (F I n i iu r 1- V 4V: On account of the warm weather and the scarcity of reliable labor, we will for the present DISCONTINUE the delivery of ice in the residence part of the city in the afternoons, after" . WEPNESMY JUNE So please make your arrangements to buy what ice you need from our morning wagon. Our men will be instructed to be careful and try not to miss anyone desiring ice. ELLIS ICE & COAL CO Incorporated - ... ; ; L:'.. .' - a Cyclones and Tornadoes. The so-called "cyclones" of the West are "tornadoes," which ar whirling storms of great violence, but contract d la area. Tornadoes have teen known whose greatest width did not exceed a few rods, and those which exceed several miles In width are very unusual. The ordinary storm, where the wind attains a velocity of 40.to 60 miles an boutyhas nothing In common . with either a cyclone or tornado; It Is a straight Inrush of air and docs not whirl at all. ' All Sailors Superstitious. : All eallora are superstitious...

Publication Title: Kentuckian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Kentuckian. — 2 July 1919

BBiUB-niBMMBBaMMMBiiMM a u is a a H u a a a a a a u n n n a a M n a a a a A 33 itd lil "if' r 7 n it mn??rj i'-ll f nlMl I'V? lit sm H ta n H a a H n u n a H n B n H a n n n a a B B B B B B B B B B B B B B B B a n m B n B a a a . r -in The future of our city is assured, nothing can stop its progress, no one is taking a chance when making improvements; our financial institutions are lending money at very reasonable rates; all building agencies off er their knowledge and assistance. Knowing this why delay? .. u .,, The leading men of Hopkinsville are endeavoring to improve our city, educating our citizens to build modern homes. When one builds a home he not only benefits himself, but the whole community as well-every new hdme constructed acts automatically as a stablizer to its immediate vicinity, emphasizing that old truth that "No man liveth to himsel, or dieth to himself." Every one, great or small, exerts an influence over another. BUY NOW! . REPAIR NOW! PAINT NOW! BUILD NOW! THE ...

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