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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Kentuckian. — 9 July 1919

u u. JMRDUfCK Oil FES GLASSES . Our satisfied optica cus- cmers ere our! best recomend Their number runs intp the Azh them about our cX t eal work. J .3 , no L k El S : ! i y LooxFcit n:s i;ae CASTPBJ.A t-j Fwjnft tui CMl'drei ;v Ia tlso FcrCvciCO Year. Iwayii; bears - - the . Signature of lOCUT CLASS WITH SCISSORS . Often odd-shaped pieces of glass will get broken, as, for instance in an electrical Instrument: and it if very difficult 'io'.'cui' an dlHBRaped piece erglasa without special guides. Ordinary window, glass says V. H. Todd in .erularf cietfeeMonthly, -B&y beJ exit (o 'almost any .desired shape bxJoJiing JX.benegth thee? face of pan of water and cutting with house shears. r , .- ..;.'-.,: f Of course, it cannot be cut accur ately straight . across the piece, but it : may be, "chewed , out", very much the same. as can be. done.Rjth cardboard. : Hopkinsville, Ky. '' '-"'' . Cndensedj Statement at Close of Business, June 30, 1919 RESOURCES Loan and Discounts. ,. .$743,82...

Publication Title: Kentuckian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Kentuckian. — 9 July 1919

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Publication Title: Kentuckian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Kentuckian. — 12 July 1919

I i H i! g. ... viJL IJiJUi r Established 1879. Vol. XLI No.27, . HOPKINSV1LLE, KENTUCKY , SATURDAY, JULY 12 , 1919. -oo oo o- SMALL DOSES o ID- -oo oo- The official eye-witness of the Wil , lard Dempsey fight have not yet de cided whether Willard was knocked down five times or seven times in the first round.- Why not compromise on six and talk about' somthing else? The Bolshevist leaders in the Sen ate are claiming 88 votes against peace ratification, with the League of Nations a part of the treaty. ' .Watch it dwindle when the public ye is focused on them! " (Jr. ,.. ami jk Germany has ratified the treSt-y with surprising promptness by a vote of two to one end the war is over everywhere except in the United States Senate, where a few blood thirsty RepMbliCans are still fighting, and biting themselves. - . They are going to try 50 prominent ' men of Bisbee, Ariz., for running a lot of striking I. W. W.'s out of town," vjjjjk- were trying to help Germany soon after America entered t...

Publication Title: Kentuckian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Kentuckian. — 12 July 1919

,. '" r. Si The Kentuckian. Charted With Desertion. Private Harry Radford, colored, an allered deserted from Camp Tay- Published Every Wednesday and Sat- or was captured at Pembroke Ion urday Mornings by ; 3ay by Postmaster W .W. Garrott, THE KENTUCKIAN CO. and turned over to the marshal tnere. - A $50 reward had been offered for Cbas. M. Meacham ....Editor his apprehension. Radford was re- Eerscbel A. Long Assistant turned to Camp Taylor. , - Eobert Bromfield. .City Editor ' Established as Hopkinsville Con lervative in 1866. Succeeded by Bcpkinsville Democrat 1876. Pub Jjehed as the South Kentuckian 1879 to 1889. From 1889 to 1918 as The Kentuckian. I Taken To Reform School Geo. H. Smith was detailed to take Cottrell Babbage, a negro boy, to the Reform School at Lexington and left with his charge Tuesday. Fifty-Third Yr of Publication Headed For Home. Arthur S. Reeder wires his father, R. D. Reeder, that he is back on this side of the ocean, at present on the SUBSCRIPTION RATES: On...

Publication Title: Kentuckian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Kentuckian. — 12 July 1919

"Charter No. 3853 ' ' Reserve District No. 8 ' REPORT OF CONDITION OF THE ' FOOST- NATIONAL, BANK' . 7 y At Hopkinsville, in The State of Kentucky, at The Close of Business on June 30, 1919, RESOURCES - ' ' . .. 1. a Loans and discounts (including rediscounts, except those shown in b and c). .$743,825.29 Helmets Worn by German War Lords on Exhibit at Methodist Centenary Celebration 743,825.29 1,271.67 Total loans....... v..... . . 743,725.29 2.. Overdrafts, secured, None; unsecured,"l,271.37.... ....... 5. U. S. BONDS (other than Liberty Bonds, but including U. S. certificates indebtedness): . a U. S. Bonds deposited to secure circulation (par value) ,.............,......... 75,000.00 ' b U. S. Bonds and certificates of indebtedness pledged to 6ecure U. S. deposits (par value)...'...... ........... 1,000 00 f U. S. bonds and Certificates of indebtedness owned and unpledged . . . 1,000.00 ' j Premiums on U. Si Bonds .-. ... :'. .... .a :'. 77,000.09 O. tltit.K 1 i LUAJN tSUiNlJo: ......

Publication Title: Kentuckian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Kentuckian. — 12 July 1919

HILL HOUSE IS SOLD TO ' LIT. Mill U. S. i 1AY ACT FOR FIflilE BY EVASION y!.-3fvu vsr vyvvsr, vr, - tr. -f., vV"v-, rv, ..-v" -rt. --M-f-.-, -' VV"W "V f ft i - j) I i IL. s 0 IU iU' 3 i V WOO 1UU iU 1 . - "s ii.m i'j ...-,... J2T """ T" ; : ,7".":.'"""'."'.:' "... ."TZ,4,14T - : " .. u Il,rr. .- Vj , rr !TWi-T. 1 --r-Trg : .lZ; " fl V 1 ' 'A Public Auction And Price Contain 1 wo S.U At Wat $15,600 House, Military Forces Many Control Courts And Custom Houses To Re- , store Order. The Hill House property fronting 60 feet on Ninth Street and run ning feack 165 feet' to Eighth street, -containing two houses, was sold Thursday by J. L. Freedman to T. W. Garnett for $15,600. Mr. Freed min bought it about two years ago for $14,500. fet - ... ine property, lormeriy the resi dence of the late H. G. Abernathy: was sold 25 years ago for $2550, with the front building on Ninth St. It was bought by Mrs. J. D. Hill who ran it as a hotel and later built the brick house fronting on Liberty street....

Publication Title: Kentuckian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Kentuckian. — 12 July 1919

C nV (?(( X " m 2V 5N n . H . .... b I u yyy C3 BUSY STORE i i INCORPORATED 3 DAYS ONLY, FRIDAY, SATURDAY and MONDAY CASH ONLY BUYS-NONE C O. D., NO APPROVALS v 4 nnrs V IIMIII ! U j fffl In FOR DRY GOODS DEPARTMENT SPECIALS FOR THREE DAYS ONLY 25c BLEACHED DOMESTIC, 19c "Advertiser" Pure Spring Water Bleached Domestic, yard wide; absolutely free of starch or dressing, Z5c quality. Special price the yard IQn . Special Sale Price. ............ J0 (Limit 15 yards to a customer.) 25c UNBLEACHED DOMESTIC, 18c Extra good Sea Island 40 inch Unbleached Domestic; 25c quality. Special 0 Price the yard ,u' . (Limit 10 yards to ac ustomer.) 25c PRINTED LAWNS, 18c Big lot good quality Sheer Printed Lawns, 27 inches wide, 25c quality. IUa Priced special'the yard $2.00 DRESS SILKS, $1.58 Big lot Dress Silks, Plain Mssaline, Figur ed Foulards and Plain Taffetas, 2.50 and $2.00 quality. Priced Special t1 CO the yard : $2.00 WOMEN'S UNION SUITS, $1.25 Women's Bleached Union Suits, "Merode" Brand; lo...

Publication Title: Kentuckian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Kentuckian. — 12 July 1919

iiTiHiir SLOGAN OF EiGHTH DISTRICT LEADERS WAR LOAN ORGANIZATION MAN- AGERS HOLD ENTHUSIASTIC I MEETING IN ST. LOUIS. Confident of quota i TOur Job Is Before Ua and People P Honor," say Compton. Vaflonai Honor" will be the key- bote of (b Fifth or Victory Liberty lnon campaign that opens April 21, feortllaf to W. R. Compton, Federal Iftrectar of: War Loans for the Eighth District, who addressed the district inanagers of the War Loan Organisa tion of the Eighth Federal Reserrj District last Monday at the Mercan tile Club -building, St. Louis. I In welcoming the visiting chairmen, "David C.' Biggs, newly appointed gov ernor of the Federal Reserve Bank, Bald thaf be' had conSdence that the Eighth. District . would again be the first to subscribe its quota. Mr. Compton stated that at the time t the signing of the armistice, the government was compelled to spend at the rate of $2,000,000,000 a month. He explained that in anticipation of the Victory Loan $4,300,000,000 of cer tificates of...

Publication Title: Kentuckian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Kentuckian. — 12 July 1919

I IN THE SCHOOLS OF CHRISTIAN COUNTY School teachers are scare this year and as a result a number of the schools are still unsupplied. North of Hopkinsville, in Divisions 1, 2 and 3, the schools usually start the first Monday in July. But this year sev eral of these schools have been unable to, get under way on account of not havxing teachers. , Two-of the schools in the county are not permitted this year, owing to the fact that the school census shows less than the required number of - children of school age in the district. ' The list of schools, together withthe trustees and the teachers, where same have been secured, is as follows: '. ' DIVISION NO. 1. 5. 1. W. A. McKenzie, Oak Grove. Massie Boone, Clarksv'ille No. 4 Center Point (col.) v Oak Grove. . . .... Oak Grove, (coL) Gordoinfield , Barker's Mill (col.) Hinsleytown (col.), West Fork.,; Will Cloud, Pembroke No. 1.. DIVISION NO. 8. Tobe Morris, Hop. No. 2 . Highland Chapel Gainesville (col.). ... 2. 3. "4. 5, 6. ? 8. 'iSi S...

Publication Title: Kentuckian, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Kentuckian. — 12 July 1919

j i ; . " .'" 1 " S -, Great - . - " A - .1, J 0 iitloolf : rQF increased .11 Us r i I aimn Trances D). ID) All till n n . eta 9 1 n ti ill 2 i it FOR YoPiM mr ni mi s 'i C '5, V l . tr 4 F 'WT' It. T-jjf- "i f-ili Cup Bmiuhi Will Begin 66th Annual Session September 10, 1919, I This old and long established school now a part of the school system of the Baptist HdUCatlOn OOCieiy, ui Avciituivy, auu iiic iAij oittuumuwu vuvrx Vvwjy ivi girls exclusively in the State, is entering upon a campaign to take its place as a great school for junior work, doing high school work and two years of standard college work I WILL RECEIVE LIBERAL SHARE OF $1,733,000 EDUCATIONAL: FUND Dr J. W. Gains, A. ML, graduate of Furman Un- Miss M. E. Dndsay, A. B , and Mrs. B. F. Eager, & nJvdfv nnw doing Y. M. C. A. work in France' has 7 A. B., Dean and Lady Principal, are in charge of the f accepted the position of President, and will enter upon. school preperations until the President arrives. Write his d...

Publication Title: Kentuckian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Kentuckian. — 16 July 1919

Established 1879. Vol. XLI No. 28 HOPKINSVILLE, KENTUCKY, WEDNESDAY, JULY 16 , 1919. -o oo oo- SMALL DOSES b o oo oo o o o ' ' J. L. Cope, an Englishman, ' is to make" an expedition to the South Pole, equipped with an airplane for the final lap. . The Ford libel suit nas entered up- on its, third month and Henry Ford himself has taken the stand. It looks lie the flivver i Will go on forever. Kven. as gret a President as Mr, Wion can make mistakes, and one of them is the vetoing of the repeal nf the False Time act." God made the" days to run like he -wanted them . fhe . three Turks held responsible forj the ' Armenian massacres hve beeo courtmartialed and condemned to Jea'th. . The only trouble is that tfceinade a safe get-away and have mi oeen caugui. v - ''?. nany, not Holland, will.be ask edW the allied and associated gov. ' ernhents to hand over the -former KaW for trial, according to the la teV semi-official information. -mes Cowan Smith, a Scotchman, . leffa traoA Dart of his e...

Publication Title: Kentuckian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Kentuckian. — 16 July 1919

ilXJCIIIAIJ The Kentuckian. Published Every Wednesday and Sat urday Mornings by THE KENTUCKIAN CO. Chas, M. Meacham..; Editor Eerschel A. Long... Assistant Robert Brumfield City Editor AN ALABAMA FRIEND I - ' -. i Ha Many Kind Word To Speak For The Kentuckian Pat and Present 1 Established as Hopkinsville Con-! lervative in 1866. Succeeded by Hopkinsville Democrat 1876. v Pub Ethed as the South Kentuckian 1879 to 18E9. From 1889 to 1918 as The Kertuckian. Fifty-Third Year of Publication SUBSCRIPTION RATES: Pre year by mail. . ...... j . .$2.00 Ore year by carrier. ....... . .$2.00 Gfccter terms at same proportionate v- rates v Advertising Rates on -Application Mr. Chas. M. Meacham, Editor cf, "The Kentuckian," Hopkinsville, Ky. My dear friend and editor: Permit me to express my sincere appreciation of your- kindness and courtesy during my recent. visit to my old home, after an absence cf many years. ! There are many tender and sacred memories clustering around Hopkins ville, and happ...

Publication Title: Kentuckian, The
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Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Kentuckian. — 16 July 1919

!"', i r-ni"V I V'e Uidon Writer Says That It the Cause Cf Their Tlrelewi and Cease ' ' Tail. ' iea'are amazingly and amusingly ignorant With respect to the mysterious llfe'Ied by. their mothers, wives, daugh ters and aunts. For years at a time a man may go on blindly with his work and his play and remain In total Igno- . ranee about the activities of these inex plicable beings. He is dimly and dubl- ; msly'aware that they are not Idle. In ills' paroxysms In lntultlou he guesses that hU comfort and even his happi ness in some fashion may depend upon their labors.' But .the greater part of bis existence la passed in -a sublime ignoring- of all the immense miracles wrought by women every day of hia life.:, . . . ; . I ha vq come to the conclusion that woaea are the loneliest of God's crea tures, and that their loneliness Is the jfreat first cause of their tireless and cef Jlesa toll, James Douglas writes la London' Opinion. 'Nearly every woman goe about with a Jonely Ipok on her face ...

Publication Title: Kentuckian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Kentuckian. — 16 July 1919

the ix:;tuc::ia:; LOW SALARIED SUFFER HOST Labor Department Compiles Sta tistics in Cities That Show J. SHELL, OLDEST 'TIS SAO SHAD TALE Fish More 1 Scarce in Delaware Than Ever Before. MM I'IKIl Many Fishermen Have Placed Nets on Rack and Quit In Discour agement , Mountaineer' Eyesight is Good He Hat Crown Three Set of Teeth. Expenditures. riiilailel)hla. "It's a sad shad sea son," said the old salt as he shook FOOD AND RENT COME KIG! his head over his "grog" In Glouces MR A pT P & J ' I ILJ) JT if 1 N cJ MAM IM IwflRI II 11 (IUI1LU ter. Lexington, Ky., Jtly 16. The Na tional Geographic Society has been asked to investigate the claim that John Shell, who lives on Greasy Creek, Leslie county, is the oldest j person in the civilized world. He ad mits being 115 years old, but his old neighbors claim he is 130 or 131. J "Uncle Henry" Chappell, 70 years old, says Shell was an old man as far honir i Vip can remember, and that. he has a tax ticket, showing payment of taxes by Shell in...

Publication Title: Kentuckian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Kentuckian. — 16 July 1919

THE VXlUVCiUMl FORWARD TO THE FARM. TTA Q r7 . i v li iu i t- il, in ic, ) A Y. AUGUST 2, 1919 Jdy 17th, To Mark Down and Arrange the oig oaierriqay iviornmg . . Department PECIALS feast. According to Merchandise conditions and the big advance aireaay recoraea possibilities on merchandise at today's regular prices can easily be calculated, higher than they were sixty days ago. e been signed by Germany and practically all the leading nations of the world. r to the' peaceful pursuits of life. These millions of soldiers must have' clothes for ns of France, England, Eussia, Italy, Belgium, Germany and all other nations who in most of these countries is very limited. Every one of these countries is . Already many of them have buyers in this country with millions of dollars to uyers here as soon as they can establish satisfactory credit in this country. With tumption and no surplus stock of any kind on hand, you can readily see that the ?s into theclothes we wear. One or two years of very...

Publication Title: Kentuckian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Kentuckian. — 16 July 1919

iTIff SIMPLY COULD NOT FORGET IWJOWN AS WITCHCRAFT TOW! Macaulaa Memory Could Only Bt Described a Marvelout John Bright a Close SeconX Talking of quickness In repartee a story of Sydney Smith was cited I had not yet heard. "Do tell, me, Mr. Smith," erclaimed a rather gushing young lady, "what U dogmatism?" "My dear young lady." he replied, "dugnmtisiu Is only puppyism grown older." , I remember at breakfast one day at my father's, Lord Macaulay began to repeat some trashy old historical bal lads, and so went'on verse after Terse until my father exclaimed, "Why, Macaulay, how can you have com mitted all that rubbish to memory? What utter waste of time!" "Com mitted to memory l" cried Macaulay. "I only wish I could forget It. I sim ply glanced over those verses when standing at a bookstall one day." If I remember rightly, he salt! at the same time that If the first four books of Milton's "Paradise Lost" were de stroyed, he could reproduce them word for word. ... Mr. Bright and Mr. Lon...

Publication Title: Kentuckian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Kentuckian. — 16 July 1919

HIZKCmJCIUAIl - , e KENTUCKY FAIR DATES oj Following is a list of the Kentucky fairs and theif dates, so fajr as"haye ben reported "to us. becretaries are asked to report any omissions or corrections. . July 23 fat. Strtling, 4 days. July 9 Harrodsburg, 4 days. . August 5 TaylorsvilJe, 4 cays. August 5 Uniontown, 5 dr.ys. . August 6 Grayson,' 4 days. -August 12 Fern Creek, 4 days. August 13 Perryville, 3 days. August 13 Mt. Vernon, 3 days, August 18 Lawrenceburg, 5 days. 'August 19 Shepherdsville, 4 days , August '20 Liberty, 3 days. August 20 Brodhead, 3 days, August 21 Evijig, 3 days. August 26 Hopkinsville,' 3 days, August 27 Florence, 4 days. ?' September 1 Elugrass Fair,, Lex- r.j.on, 6 days. ifptember 2 Hodgenville, 3 days. September 2 Bowlir.g Green, 5 days. v. - v September 2 Somerset, 4 days, September 3. Barboursvijle, days. . . September 3 Alexandria, 4 days. " September 30 Paducah, 4 days, October 8 Murray, 4 days. LOOK FOR - THE NAME R. C. HARDWICK ON FINE GLASSES' Our ...

Publication Title: Kentuckian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Kentuckian. — 16 July 1919

THE KLNTUCillAil Tn f! IS T c (T7 r Hi M Continues all this WeeL mues a r- . Incorporated. nwr " nan e 11 -i "STir 1 ton 1 this. weeK t HOSIERY Lades Fibre Silk Hose, all sizes; Black only. Value 75c. RQp July Sale Price.. " ' LINOLEUM 7 8-4 Felt Base Linolum Value $1.00. July Sale Price 79c square yard ' APRON GINGHAM ' Apron Gingham, value 25c . IRp July Sale Price . I lwt SHEETING 200 yards 9-4 Government Sheeting.' Value 90c. 74-P July Sale . . . . ' (Limit Ten Yards.) DOMESTIC . 36 inch Brown Domestic. Value 25c ly Puly Sale Price " u (Limit 20 Yards.) " DOMESTIC , ' 36 inch good quality Domestic. Value 25c. July Sale Price (Limit 10 Yards.) Satisfaction or Your Money Bads BOYS WASH SUITS ' Choice of $3.00 and $3.50 goods 1 QQ July Sale price . '.' l U Men's Blue Pin Check Pants, regular CI $2.00 value, at . .... : ,.''UJ Extra Heavy full cut Blue and Hahki Work Shirts. QRf ' July Sale Price xJU' Extra Full cut Overalls $175 July Sale price '. SILKS , Big assortment 35 inch Mes...

Publication Title: Kentuckian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Kentuckian. — 19 July 1919

READ THIS COPY AND HAND IT TO , YOUR NEIGHBOR SIXTEEN PAGES TWO SECTIONS READ IT ALL ViJi It H Established 1879. Vol. XLI No,29 HOPKINS VILLE, KENTUCKY , SATURDAY, JULY 19, 1919. FIRST SECTION ILEE 1 (vUL i u foe" SMALL DOSES S3 FREE BOOKS FOR ILLITERATES FOR MOONLIGHT SCHOOLS ALL OVER KENTUCKY Our own Gen. Pershing- was in London Thursday and broke bread with the king and queen, h Borah can now send a letter to his fronds in Germany. Mail service' CAMPAIGN BEGINS AUGUST 4th Ms" been resumed. Censors have been appointed at Atlantic City to see that the girl bathers wear suits long enough. Vol-1 unteers will do the censoring free. HERBERT CRICK LOCAL AGENT gratis .and for nothing. Mayfield is going to pay $2,000 to construct a municipal swimming pool. Hopkinsville could have one I for $2, the cost of placing a flood gst&JfSi the Second street dam. 8 limine i m SET AT NO FEWER A Will ,1 Be Found Every Saturday at The Office of County Super intendent L. E .Foster "The Magnificent A...

Publication Title: Kentuckian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Kentuckian. — 19 July 1919

THE KXNTUCKIAN. The Kentuckian. PnMished Every Wednesday and Sat urday Mornings by THE KENTUCKIAN CO.' Idas. M. Meacham Editor Berschel A. Long Assistant Uobert Brumfield. . . . .City Editor Established as Hopkinsville Con servative in 1866. Succeeded by Jlopkinsville Democrat 1876. Pub lished as the South Kentuckian 1879 to 1889. From 1889 to 1918 as The ICentuckian. candidates. . King rule, slate making and sleight-of-hand performances originating in Frankfort have more than once defeated the party. RUSSELLVILLE GREETS . RETURNED SOLDIERS Fifty-Third Year of Publication SUBSCRIPTION RATES: pne year by mail $2.00" One year by carrier . ?Z.OO Shorter terms at same proportionate v rates Advertising Rates on Application Russellville,. Ky., July 15. A crowd of 7.00 gathered here today to welcome returned soldiers. There were about 4Q0 white and 100 negro so!diers and sailors present Sever hundred were expected, but who have returned to the farm were prevented from being present a parad...

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