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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Kentuckian. — 19 July 1919

.A Xn) Tn) (TmW To) pTnf ftfsl If t SfcSLlQ . Of TiTT'TnfU. j if" I have sold an interest in my business to Mr Churchill Blakey and the firm name in the future will be Kitchen & Blakey. Important changes in our store arrangements and equipment will be made and the stock will be largely in creased so that your wants may be anticipated and supplied even better in the future than in the past. The high quality of goods offered and the unfailing courtesy and fair dea'ing of the past will be continued and the new firm bespeaks the continued patronage of the public generally. Do SPENT I'M YEARS IN WORLD'S WILDS BED ORGY Of MURDER " " -i-fJi Mymmmm FOR SALE My Farm on the Palmyra Pike, 9 miles from town, near Beverly Contains 205 acres. Will sell on easy terms. Well improvtd. and located, plenty of timber, 2 cisterns and a well. Two new tobacco barns, two tenant houses, fine orchard, fine la-d and well fenced. 70 &cres in grass. For terms see W. T. Tandy, President City Bank. T. H. ...

Publication Title: Kentuckian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Kentuckian. — 19 July 1919

TOE KEIiTUCIIIAII o PURELY rLKbUINAL o o o o oo oo o o o Capt J. H. Iloskina, now in busi ness in Nashville, Tenn., is ip the city, cultural agent of Moury county, Tenn., is in the city. Mr. and Mrs. Rush C. Watkins have returned to their home in Louis ville after an extended visit with their daughter, Mrs. E. W. Dozier, . south Seminary street. Madisonville Messenger. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Long, of Alaska returned to their home this week af ter a visit to Mrs. W. H. Southall. If your plants are bothered with mealy bugs, plant insects of any kind or fungus, try Red , Snapper j plant insecticide, also plant food METCALFE, Florist. ( ) . Mr. C. A. Kimball, manager of the Memphis house of the Western news paper Union, was in town Wednes day. Mr. Kimball is a Boston man transferred to Memphis not long ago and this was his first visit to Hop kinsville. Millard T. Bartley, of Detroit, Mich., who i3 connected with the Aus tin Factory Co., as general foreman, is in the city for a few days, the ...

Publication Title: Kentuckian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Kentuckian. — 19 July 1919

t i 'I'M - ( s X r i j s , . 4 ! s-' 5 Established 1879. Vol. XLI No. 29 H0PKINSV1LLE, KENTUCKY SATURDAY, JULY 19 , 1919. SECOND SECTION E. EL "ill Come to America on Wr "Mys tery Ship," Battle Cruiser Renown. Mm. TO $WE& bCJj su-ai xir tLa ituSa ilia ' Vdx&S ' ' Ia4J ta sttJa .WE OF $2.30 WHEAT f W- I WALES TO AT TWO OF ; V , arii nn p nmr nnivrn s- J I President Wilson Signs Executive I I '' " " ', . - " Order Price at Galveston and . 1,1 l?' " J T New Orleans. t : "I A' I I Latest Cat Story. TU EsOAY London, July 16. The Prince cf Vales wil sail from Portsmouth Aug. , on his trip to Canada, it was an nounced here today. He will go on fhX'ew battle cruiser Renown, one f the "mystery ships" built -during jo war. The Prince will land at St. Johns, New, Brunswick, Aug. 15 and will visit Halifax, N. S., Charlottetown. Prince Edward Island, and then con tinue his journey on the Renown to Quebec. The renown and four other battle cruisers of the same type, the Re pulse, Glorious,...

Publication Title: Kentuckian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Kentuckian. — 19 July 1919

THE ILEIOmCKIAlI TTTl o me i ai 0 dsmebli mi I i ApoSgraig' INCREASE your happiness and that of your i family. The Oldsmobile sets the pace for fastidious taste in automobiles. Oldsmobile means the utmost in substantial smartness, riding comfort and power. The possesor of an Oldsmobile always feels a bit better satisfied than the owner of another car. ALTON-DAY MOTOR COMPANY INCORPORATED 10th and liberty Streets Behind the Post Office tA Change Boarding Places By & a HACKLEY (Copyright, by McClure Newspaper Syndicate.) "Le's go past Miss Cecil's house I O favver, why not?" Ned Duncan, strolliDg along quiet, palm-bordered Marvin street, In the cool dusk, made himself smile at the lf that dragged on his long fine hands, but he turned back before they reached the corner on which was the rented cottage of Cecilia Reeves, the woman he loved. ' Cecilia, a young milliner who took fmir college-girl roomers to help out on her Income, bent her yellow head lower over her heliotrope bed as ...

Publication Title: Kentuckian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Kentuckian. — 19 July 1919

When a Maid Laughs CXI By BERTHA R. McDONALD (Copyright, by McClure Newspaper Syndicate.) , When John Lawrence left his home pn the outskirts of town and took the little path along the railroad he walked as though he were trending on air. His heart was in tune with all the world and the autumn snn. Just setting, seemed a great pot of gold, at . the end of his day's rainbow.JSeckon- ing him on toward everlasting happi ness. Llllith had given hiin to under stand-that afternoon that she really cared Llllith, who had coquetted with him ever since she began going away to school. There could be no mistake about her attitude this time, her open encouragement permitting but one In terpretation ' "MayI come tonight?" he had whis- Jored as he was leaving her. "Try and see," she answered Joyly, wafting him a butterfly kiss from the tips of her fingers. And he was going to her now. He had determined to set tle the future that very evening, come what may, and he was thinking with honest pride, a...

Publication Title: Kentuckian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Kentuckian. — 19 July 1919

vifiwr a a ' a ta a B U a n a a a a a a r: . TT.. inn lam (a daepara G araie 8th and Clay Sts. Phone 57 ALL KINDS OF Automobile Repairing Fisk and Gordon TIRES . Also Repair Batteries ALL KINDS OF Electrical Work The Proprietors are both Mechanics Four work given special attention. Give us your repair work. A Few Smiles Biblical Thrift The Scriptures give us ninny lessons In thrift Ezekiel warned the children f Israel that durir.g the siege of Jeru salem they would have to be thrifty. He said: "Take thou also unto thee wheat, and barley, and benns, and lentlles, and millet, and fitches, and put them in one vessel, and maUe the6 bread thereof." Ezekiel iv: 9. The P.Ible shows that Ezekiel ordered the Children of Israel to eat their meat by weight, and even thus only "from time to time." Thrift Magazine. The Kentuckian $2.00 a year. Tracing Use of Ll&htships. The ni-st lightship, the Nore, was esiullM-d England in 17C2, at the .mouth of the Thames. The first in this country was st...

Publication Title: Kentuckian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Kentuckian. — 19 July 1919

" H'vv Vfc-v-V vtV w : fr H : : 1: (lima . -v; . pay KE0I-S vasvs4si'itacl m Mi C. GARY JflJ A DIED HERO with his comrades when a high explo-Jgust 1918. from Newport News, Va. sive artillery shell exploded on the edge of the trench, injuring the tri pod and machine gun. A piece of the shrapnel struck your son's head, i t ... ana ne probably never knew what hi him, because he was killed instantly. This shrapnel wounded two of his I comrades and I had new men placed U 1 C I IrilTfif A -.x,u.c.A, WKl 1 15 THE at the eun and th a'a FIRST DETAILED STORY OF HIS DEATH and your son were carried to the first and he probably never knew what hit some three hundred vards. I Ir..r ; heard that your son was p-ivn ivrv ' attention of the medical force. MLLtD IN ACTION NOV. 2. 191$! Wlln lne las drive with the Ar- Mere accessories can not seriously affect such elements as' power economy? long life. These attrib utes must be inbuilt to whatever degree they obtain in a car. We point to the Buick Valv...

Publication Title: Kentuckian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Kentuckian. — 19 July 1919

--w - " " - w w Ww-f-w w"", Wfc- "V VI'W'4 w V r-"i "-' ' " " - 1 "" FREE ROAD SERVICE e mea,i ft fT is rwm d ures, tubes, etc., . v- WirtrtTVnp' ' vaa wi. -wa-i - lu a umance of 10 miles absolutely free of charge. , ' , ' ' ' DIAMOND TIRE5 are guaranteed for 6000 mi'es HOOD TIRES are guaranteed for 8000 miles . MOHAWK CORD TIRES are guaranteed for 10000 miles. CAN YOU BEAT THIS? Whether you are from the East, West or Missouri We Can Show You. WESTERN KENTUCKY TIRE COMPANY - PHONE 391 THE i P t i 10 DOYilL REFUGEES FLOCK TO ITEY it- Among Them Grand Duke Nich olas Nicholaevitch. SAULSBURY'S SUCCESSOR IN THE U. S. SENATE WE ARE ALL F003, ' HE SAYS Buying a 30-Cent Tie, the Grand Duke Said It Was the First New Thing He KaH Had in Three Years He Looks Old, Shabby and Very Sad . 13 as Strongly AnifCcrman as Ever Ex-Grand Duke Peter With Him. A bevy of ex-royal refugees have arrived in Ttnly, with such members of the old Jtussian arhtoerncy . ns vo?ro a';la to escape oa board British uui...

Publication Title: Kentuckian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Kentuckian. — 19 July 1919

65! a 1 U IS a E3 El 01 B V a I u B B a B B B B B B B B ECBfiB5BBEEEEEKfflBHBHBEKEKEnSEEEBBEBEEaEEBBBHBHEHHBlHHH B . B B B ... - '-1 f I C3 0J(! Station C. E. ADAMS, Mgr; 106 Sixth St. Phone 825 a a m a n' a B B B B B B B B B B B B B a B Willard Service is better than a fan. It cools the man who is hot under the collar and of ten saves his Battery life. Willard Batteries never start anything they can't finish. It is better to stop here occasionally and have your battery tested than to say "I Wish I Had" after trouble starts. We recharge, repair and rebuild all makes of storage batteries. Also carry in stock at all times new batteries and rental batteries. B B B B B B H B B B B B B B B B VAIikS SALVAGER IL1MEHSE BOOTY German Guns Worth Many Mil lions Are Found in Ar gonne Forest WEAFONS ABANDONED BY FOE Teutons Left Artillery and Shell Mad Flight When American Ad vanced Forest Cleaned by Doughboys. In tne Tmtbetieia thefe II a "pile oTlrass shell cases, abandoned by the Ger mans, tha...

Publication Title: Kentuckian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Kentuckian. — 19 July 1919

I Johnstons Candy & I ! ILa. .Whitmans' Candy o o o o MKOTQ(0)(fi 11,0 If t 9th and Main Streets Phoenix Building WE OFFER YOU Phone 3 itf 9 iDLriieieeef aim Nyal Remedies Conklin Fountain Pens IF H 1 ff pa li mimes r ums iLieveiope d b j Experts WE WAIT ON YOU RIGHT NOW OUR DELIVERIES ARE PROMPT ASK YOUR NEIGHBOR HE TRADES WITH US PI layerphone Talking MacMees and Genne Eecoras o i t o ft': t-. IX a a. a aaa a AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAiAAAAA A A'A'A'A AA-x-A-A'i'A-A fc . A - - n f2 - I A - I. M t ' II A Od MSLinc Motorist r That's the name we are fast acquiring by the patronage that so many local motorists, and tourists too, are accord ing us. It doesn't lake automobile owners long to learn where they can be served the quickest and most economically. P' q) 1 Si2 $ U I2a 12 Y '"3 : ft ca AM Auto owners know that they are heartily welcome to all the conveniences which we have installed for them. We don't expect a man to spend money with us every time he stops...

Publication Title: Kentuckian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Kentuckian. — 19 July 1919

i mm ii ML REPORT Places Amount of Inheritance Tax , '4 Due State of Kentucky at I ; ' $4,704,320.88. I ' ' , ' A total valuation of $103,293,792, 67 is put upon the estate of Mrs. Ma ry Lilly Flagler Bingham in the final and complete report filed in the Jef ferson county court by G. W. Hardin, inheritance tax appraiser and com missioner for the county and State, in connection with the administra toin of the estate of Mr. Bingham. This represents an increase of $3, 703,931.23 in valuation over the fig ures given by Mr. Hardin in his pre vious report. The inheritance tax appraiser, giv ing a complete list of all amounts oi bequests to legatees of Mrs. Bingham hows that on the basis of his report the sum of $4,704,320.88 is due the State of Kentucky in inheritance tax es on the estate, therefore in the final paragraph of his report Appraisei Hardin reports and recommends tc the court assessment for the inherit ance taxes in the amouj named.-. Louisville Times. " .... $i Swinging flowe...

Publication Title: Kentuckian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Kentuckian. — 19 July 1919

. - : Net Contents 15 "Fluid Draohnj JnrMijvV j jj j jf H 1 7 i t mr H2UU i ALCOHOL-3 PER CliNT. i AVWMr,l!e PrcnarationforAj f simi!:;ii'4lhcFool by Regula ting ll;cS:cmachs amluovcisoi ' Thereby Promoting Digestion Cheerfulness ana Kesnjau-i- I neither Opiam.Morpmnen ilmeral.NoTWAHCQiiv JbmplmSmt AtxSrmm harm W a t.fnriit Remedy fcf ConstipalionandDiarrtioea.j VrJhness ana j LOSS OF SLEEP , facsimile Sinatm ; Xhe Centaur Compahc !j For Infants and Children. flMfl m' Genuine Castoria Always Bears the Signature of mm ll.iL' Jiii MoTs Remarkable Effect cf Forced Sa journ in Berlin. WANTS NO.IIEW.rijlSTESS -ST T. ' ST I IV. 1M Sees the Indolent Oriental L'nable to Stand Alone at Present He Seeks Autonomy Within the Empire Needs Britain's Strong Arfn for Safe, ty and Progress Conversion of Har Dayal Considered Important Event a n a ' a a ED B a B B a B B B Here is where Klein's Customers lave Thousands of Dollars. l3o il'iL iliLdl X. BUSY -BARGAIN. STORE 12 & a a a In Use For Over ...

Publication Title: Kentuckian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The Kentuckian. — 19 July 1919

THE KENTUCKIAIl y i i - v KENTUCKY FAIR DATES o v!S Following is a list of the Kentucky fairs and their dates, so far as have ben reported to us. Secretaries are asked to report any omissions 'or corrections. July 23 Mt. Streling, 4 days. July 29 Harrodsburg,. 4 days. August 5. Taylorsville, 4 days. August 5 Uniontown, 5 days. August j6 Grayson, 4 days. August 12 Fern Creek, 4 days, s August 13 Ferry ville, 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 2 Ewing, 3 days. August 26 Hopkinsville, 5 days. August 27 Florence, 4 days. tember 1 Elugrass Fair, Lex- 6 days. September 2 Hodgenville, 3 days. September 2 Bowlir-g Green, 5 days. September 2 Somerset, 4 days. September 3. Earboursville, c days. September 3 Alexandria, 4 days, September 30 Paducah, 4 days. October 8 Murray, 4 days. -" t' , Augu ' (fNte i!gton, EVER READY, AND STANT SERVICE . Is yours through the us...

Publication Title: Kentuckian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The Kentuckian. — 19 July 1919

the iinmJciiiAii NEWS OF DOORS OPEN PROMPTLY AT 8:30 A. M. Hi U V I V j . iu Mil. . 1 A it it it it it This is the time of the year when we clean up While the markets of the world going skywards we are making prices on some desirable merchandise for present and ture use. Read carefully and act qnickly, for a great many things can't last are I Vs i 8 fu- Gils ! s We have many suits that we do not care to car ry over and are willing to give men who are look ing for values at surprisingly low prices. One lot of Men.s rnd Young Men's Suits, as soretd sizes, colors and fabrics. Regular prices $20.00 $22.50 and 125.00. Sale Price $16.48 One lot Men's Suits ranging from $27.50 to $30.00. Sale Price $23.48 Boy's Knee Pants $1.00 Knickerbockers Sale Price $1.25 Knickerbocker Sale Price $1.50 Knickerbocker Sale Price $2.00 Knickerbockers Sale Price $2.50 Knickerbockers Sale Price $3.00 Knickerbockers Sale Price ...89c 98c $1.19 $1.69 $1.98 $2.48 SHIRT SPECIAL A limited quantity of Work Shirts...

Publication Title: Kentuckian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Kentuckian. — 23 July 1919

rt Established 1879. Vol. XLI No. 30 HOPKINSVILLE, KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY, JULY 23, 1919. GOVERNOR BLACK SPOKE AT BRACE OF HOMICIDES ONE -OO CO i OS. CAPITAL datti t nnmi ) o o- -OO OO 1 ) Gov. Black and Judge Canoll mot in joint debate at Mayfield Monday. A theft in a Berlin department store caused 50 shopgirls and women to be searched by matrons, -who found that not one of them wore ."a shirt." . ... . ". ..i -. ;." The South has offered to pasture (H:k brought in from the drouth- "pfricken sections of the "West and Fteps have been -taken to ' arrange special freight rates. Ohio has launched warfare on food profiteers by invoking the cold stor-. age law, rendered ineffective during the war owing to Federal control. A vigorous fight against food hoarding is to be carried on. .." Two German officers have beCn brCrfkbt to this country, for safe keeping from their own people. They betrayed military plans to Gen. Per shing and surrendered when they were suspected. Even their namet are kept...

Publication Title: Kentuckian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Kentuckian. — 23 July 1919

The Kentuckian. Fublished Every Wednesday and Sat urday Mornings by . THE KENTUCKIAN CO. Ciias. M. Meacham. . . .V Editor Herschel A. Long Assistant Robert Brunifteld ...... City Editor Established as Hopkinsville Con rvative in 1866. Succeeded by ffnnlfinsville Democrat 1876.- Pob- Esbed as the South Kentuckian 1879 to 1E89. From 1889 to 1918 as The Kentuckian. every ten houses is required to count the families and make a list, which is sent to the imperial tax officers. Fifty-Third Year of Publication SUBSCRIPTION RATES: One year by mail $2.00 One vear by carrier. .$2.00 Shorter terms at same proportionate rates Advertising F.ates on Application 212 SOUTH MAIN STREET. Corporal Fred E. Leach of Morris 111., has been made defendant in 9K nno breach 4 of promise ' suit Leach wouldn't stick. Tennesseean A man who was forced to make hia team Kwim a swollen stream found two black bass in his wagon bed, at Red Wing, Minn. The State Fish Commissioner, J. Q xvrA avent. Frankfort. Kv.. has ...

Publication Title: Kentuckian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Kentuckian. — 23 July 1919

r THZ KENTUCXIAN. P is A-Bm'raTT-. a ra 7?vr 9c? a "" b . "IK. A' 8 WHY not let us have your business? We can furnish you sugar and fiour in barrel lots, will give you the best prices that can be had; also have bacon and lard in hundred pound lots. I We carry a complete 'line of Fine Granite, Glass and China) Ware; most anything you may want in these lines. Give us a call when in need of these articles. z . J Give us your business and we will appreciate . same. Make us your headquarters when in 'j the city- N t J We buy Country Produce. Call us and get our prices,-.. i r It. R. Clark & Co. Incorporated ' Phone?- 79 and 118. ;rare-'-.B--tt WALLACE IIAI F Al L HU J ericn vera TSae superb drink for the American Home and nily rare flavored, invigorating, refreshing, gatisfving and nourishing. The perfected re sult f more than 65 years in the making of high cpalily, absolutely pure, cereal beverage SUCh Li KING has RFPRESENTED some of the Oldest and Most Reliable Companies for many y...

Publication Title: Kentuckian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Kentuckian. — 23 July 1919

BLAiMl JtGMBffl 2 DAYS BEGINNING Boyi of 1871 to 1831 To Hold Re union Augut lit at the School Home. nrgsrsr w-wp. .y.ii.,x.1r,.u.l...J i : ' 1 Friday, July -2Sth ii - lv, V. r - 4 I tie -3 i Hot Springs Near Reykjavik. THE autonomy that has come as a gift of the wa- to Ice land merely follows upon a former home rule granted by Denmark to the Island folk in 1S74. Bordering ns the Island does upon the rirctic circle. It would seem anoma lous Indeed that the former home of the free-necked, all-conquerin? Vi klnes should ho associated with aught but hiiinmi liberty, or that the re. straints and oppressions of autocratic fiiiveriiments should he familiar things in this little detached world. Hut Ice land has had its political .struu'les nevertheless, and from the very be Rlntilng of its history it became the refuge and sanctuary of a people seeking safety and refuge from the intolerable tyranny of a Norseman's rule. Iceland's story Is really the story of the Viking:, says Christian Scie...

Publication Title: Kentuckian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Kentuckian. — 23 July 1919

i tJ pot CGI EC1IKY GEO. R. JOHNSON, Prop. Cigars, Cigarettes and Jobaoco Candies and Cold Drinks A'". Agent For JACOBS CANDIES Phone 533 Ninth St. i " Better to Go Slow. If yon try to live two days at once, you divide up the strength with which , you should be getting the very best out of the present. Every regretful linger ing over past mistakes, everj fore boding thought of what the future holds, diminishes your present effi ciency by Jiuw so mucV. Biblical Thrift The Scriptures give us ninny lossons In thrift. Ezekiel warned the children f Israel that during the siege o Jeru salem they would have to be thrifty. He said: ''Take thou also unto tliee wheat, and barley, and beans, and lentiles, and millet,- a"d fitches, and put thera In one vessel, and make thee bread thereof." Ezekiel Iv: 9. The Bible shows that Ezekiel ordered the childrea of Israel "to eat their meat by weight, and even thus only "from time to Ime." Thrift Magazine. , Summer Salati. Cook a quart of lima beans, dr...

Publication Title: Kentuckian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Kentuckian. — 23 July 1919

THS KENTUCIIIAII SBBoaaBaBBaBaaaBaaaaaaaiaaaasaaaaHaaaaBaaaaaaaaaaaanaaBasssi n - ; n New Map of the World H a C B B fci B Outline Still Far From Perfect I V' ; 5 4' 4wg , w-a w - Jeff A 'riutv wt' " n W8 ."Mr-: . i - :: v. vivi.v.vi v ' View of Treves. T is an odd coincidence that the most modern occurrence in Prus sia its' occupation by American troops should heia with its old est city, observes a writer in the Kun fhs City Times. Treves, or Trier, as t lie (ieriiuins call it, into which the Vani;.s marched recently, is older than ItiMiiry, which lie-ins lor it hair u cen tury l.ef ire the !i. ,ii ('!;:;. u 'lU-.-ix, P. t c;ii)!(:il f (I... C'el'.lc Tf; Vw'i. one of the most powerful i!ci::i:tn tribes, it was captured by the Itoiaaus under Julius Caesar. It was made a Eomnn colony under the name of Au gusta Treviroruni and was strongly fortified. By 14 B. C. it had become vtlie most important northern outpost of the Koman empire. It was an im perial residence early in. the Christi...

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