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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Kentuckian. — 23 July 1919

mc OPPORTUNITY M I Business Success is the Ambi tion ofevery Thorough-going Young Man. Yet he often Fails for Lack of Training in the Matter of Savings. ' The Extra Feature . By 8. B. HACKLEY , But the Opportunity, is ! Still His, if He Will Make ! Use of Our Savings Department. National: Bank- (Copyright, Hi 13, by tlio MtClure News ' paper Syndicate.) For a quarter hour only the cricket hud broken '-the silence in the Comp ter) crclinrd, where old Tobias and Je mima and Minerva, their granddaugh ter, assorted home mighty moiuids of -fallen winesnps. Then Minerva spoke. -"Zi'.ck wants tne fo run oiT and mar ry him, grandpappy, after fodder, strippin's over." "Lord, Nervy, City 79th Semi-Annual Condensed Statement of the Bank & Trust Co. At the Close of Business ' June 30th, 1919. ASSETS , Loans t74,994.35 Bonds...".. T...... 77,398.75 Liberty Bonds and W.S.S f48,3S3.25 . Overdrafts...: 2.450.39 v Banking House . 7. ...... ; 15; 000. 00 jDtherilReal Estate 6,000,00 Cash and Sigh...

Publication Title: Kentuckian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Kentuckian. — 23 July 1919

THEiLOITUCIIAIJ LIT. LONG WES AGAIH from ami as we crossed the Rhine that river nnvrTI nirTPTAM i which brought lack to us memories dUUI 11 I AKIlli I U 1 Ui 1 un: TT7 i.i t r. i ' vi uie uatni, am unine, iingen; TT : it 4r: t t: ,, jl vii me xviiiiic, uie xureue, ana other stories and fables, and which represented to us the dividing line country. We could not help but wonder what bur reception would be in the enemy's country what pre cautions would be taken for our safe- Our arms had been taken from us at Coblence, and even if we had arms, what chance would a detach- TeII Entertainingly of the Condition ment of officers and twenty-four men Around Russian Prison Camp and have in Germanv? the Longing- for Home of the Ru.j We, were practically helpless if 'n' any hostile move were made against ; J us. All of that night and the next Russian insoner oi tvar camp,.day we travelled. Late in the after Chemnitz, Germany. ' noon the cars containing our 'detach- .T1 9 1010 m, nient were cut 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. — 26 July 1919

rf Established 1879. Vol.XL.I-No.31 HOPKINSVILLE, KENTUCKY SATURDAY, JULY 26 , 1919. T7 --Cr 7 T 1 ' r -o o SMALL DOSES ' Reports from Oregon are that , lightning n one Eeries -of storms started forest fires in55' places., The. burning blimp that crushed in the skylights 'of a Chicago bank's working, room,, killed 13 people. .. Our little invasion of Russia 'cost Cgy 139 men killed and 279 dead of yviiPBsp. with 304 wounded and 49 missing in action The canteloupe season is opening ' in" Indiana n they will soon be so plentiful that ppJjr the ripe ones wj ' find a market. '' ; , , "The Magnificent Ambersons," Booth Tarkington's great prize story, will start in the next issue of the Ken tuckian. Don't fail to read it. John C. Duffy is home from a can vass of the district and is jubilant over his prospects for the nomination of railroad commissionerA '. , - Germany must surrender 211,000 live stock to France and Belgium, including 10,000 goats.- The goats "will be hardest to select, bu...

Publication Title: Kentuckian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Kentuckian. — 26 July 1919

i H m , fa 1 i r The Kentuckian. Published Every Wednesday and Sat urday Mornings by ' THE KENTUCKIAN CO. CLas. M. Meacham. Eerschel A. Long. . Eobert Brumfield . . ...... Editor . . . .Assistant .City Editor Established as Hopkinsville Con servative in 1866. fcucceeaeq Dy Eopkinsville Democrat 1876. Pub Bflhed as the South Kentuckian 1879 la 1889. From 1889'to 19J8 as The Kentuckian. . 1 Fifty-Third Yer of Publication SUBSCRIPTJON RATES: One year by mail $2.00 One year by carrier. ' Shorter terms at same proportionate rates Advertising Rates on Application 212 SOUTH MAIN STREET. The' Prince of Wales will sail from Portsmouth Aug. 5 for a. visit to Can. The full peace conditions of the allied and associated powers are now in the hands of the Austrians wno are given 15 days to sign. The Government has issued a bul letin showing that the costs of beef cattle have declined from 14 to 23 per cent since the war closed. There is no good reason why this decline is not shown in the retail p...

Publication Title: Kentuckian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Kentuckian. — 26 July 1919

23SSE J.1 Ww&ia,au;wW"wi" w -vf. wt ef. 7r r,Vf snaaxBaaaasHBiBaaBBziMaaaBaaiiiaaxiiBaaiaiiiaaaBBaaBaaHaasKB oa WAR : I: n n IE0LAR FORD a m a 3 a a a a a a B a B a a a ia a a A T ft MANUFACTURER MAKE3 IT CLEAR HE BELIEVES (OVEN ANT IS GREAT STEP. 4 it XI, 1 3 - WHY not let us have your business? We can furnish you sugar and flour in barrel lots, will give you the best prices that can be had; also have . bacon and lard in hundred pound lots. , J 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. DECLARES "WAR IS MURDER'' Q Give us your business and we willappreciate same. Make us your headquarters ;when in the city- q We buy Country Produce. Call usnd get our prices. Clark & Co; Incorporated rI ' 7A' J 110 ? rnnnes: in arm i in. :u: Wallace mm f". ! AMY ring sp M9 WjJ has RFPRESENTED3some of thej Oldest and Most Reliable Companies for many years and can give you protection ...

Publication Title: Kentuckian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Kentuckian. — 26 July 1919

1 r , j DUSY. STORE INCORPORATED iiciiff a sale tm feilces a' Mew ( psU-KyjrJLU t ft A ' ' " B!OW TO r i . i ; '! Copyriclit 1919 Hart Sciaffaer & iljrt HE HIGH COST OF LIVING! $100,000 Worth of Desirable Merchandise at Prices From 10 to 40 per cent Under the Market I ft- Cash Only Buys! No Merchandise Charged, Sent C. O. D. or On Approval. No Returns, No Phone Orders. Store Hours 8.30 fo 9:30. The question for thoughtful people to consider right now is not what things cost TO DAY, but what they will cost in the next few months to come. Every head of of a home, every man and woman who has to look a family budget in the eye, should awake to the advantages of buying now for future needs, for FRANKEL'S will make prices that defy the market and may not be duplicated in months or perhaps years. Sale Starts Wednesday, July 30 th, and Continues Hundreds af Items will be offered at prices in direct com petition with those that many stores have been compelled to advance from 10 to 40 per...

Publication Title: Kentuckian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Kentuckian. — 26 July 1919

4 , '- .ill s i TOI CTIVlTl3 OF LOCAL COUNCIL OF DEFENSE IN WAR WORK LAST YEAR SPLENDID RECORD WAS MADE Ladies In May Ways Exemplified Their Patriotism and Willing- ! ness to Do Their Bit. In preparing to disband the work , f the State Council of Defense, Mrs. Men Bruce, State Chairman, asked frfk. report of women's work for ChiO tian county during the war. It is proposed to put this in book form at some future date. 1 '. . Some of the matters of locr' inter est that were reported ioi iTus work .nil be printed from time to time, 'hey will be incorporated under the ead of civilian work for the county istory. Reports oi oiner acuviuee ;il be gladly received. The facts as iven are from reports by chairmen ,r members of committees and any smiswns or mistakes will be subject o correction. Where so much splen did, work was done as in this county it will require aid from many sources to have final correct and exact re ports. The work of the Women's Com mittee of the Council of Defense wil ...

Publication Title: Kentuckian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Kentuckian. — 26 July 1919

p- r i ELIJTERACy Kentucky's Governor issued the fol lowing: message- of onr juiv.fein'.'tit and appreciation of the moomight school teachers and those who are''u In fighting to wip out Kentucky s illit- eracy .before lha .ensus of 1020 is taken.- "While the countries of Europe rebuild their .'j'- 1. cities and r:hab 'ilitate. their industries, it is our priv ilege in the United States to rehabi litate the lives of our fellow-citizens. One of the most necessary and most noble of reconstruction tasks is to teach all those who are unable to read and write. We must do this be fore the Commonwealth and the na tion can make great advancement "The teachers and citizens of Ken tucky Jare pioneers in this movement, which-has now become nation-wide and has even been adopted in other countries. The movement which they . have so . unselfieshly fostered, de mands the best that is in us all at .vi.! it.i.ic vn?A lac las; Uaile or th.i crusade against, illiteracy in Kentuc ky is he in g waged. -"...

Publication Title: Kentuckian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Kentuckian. — 26 July 1919

TiiSKUUCUAli jlBOOTH TARKINGTON RTUMTY Business Success is the Ambi t?an of everv Thorough-going YnunfT Man. Yet he often 1 Fails for Lack of Training in the Matter of Savings. til OPPO Magnificent f -"v it if M n . . I 5;W-,.v., j! : W-w. " ; , j, . f.i'S, li.'ft- y -ph &.3i&&&?&?? .acm. ley But the Opportunity is Still His, if He Will Make Use of Our Savings Department. - The First 1 .. m . II TiTl 79th Semi-Annual Condensed Statement of the City Bank & Trust Co. At the Close of Business June 30th, 1919. r , & f'.i 3 '5 ' I f ,i ASSETS Loans , &74,994.35 Bonds 77,398.75 - Liberty Bonds and W.S.S 18,383.25 Overdrafts '2.450.39 v Banking: House 15,000.00 -1 Other IReal Estate 6,000,00 ' - Cash and SightJExchange 261,910.88 j V $1,486,137.62 LIABILITIES Capital Stock $ 60,000.00 Surplus Fund.' 150,000.00 New Building Acc't 5,000.00 Dividend No. 78, 6 per ct. 3,600.00 Set Aside for Taxes 4,081.32 Cashier's Checks 1,262.00 Certified Checks 616.85 Deposit...

Publication Title: Kentuckian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Kentuckian. — 26 July 1919

THE KENTUCKIAII i lonrussB Gooe?year Company Will Recompcne ', Families for Lost in Chicago " , Balloon Diater. ILIMP'S OWNERS Domingo's Filipino Sereiiafe at Tabernacle This Afternoon at 2:30 and Tonight at 8:30 Chicago, 111.. July . .25. G. M. Stadelman, vice-president of the Goodyear Tire & Rubber company owners of the ill-fated . dirigible, which cost 13 lives and injury to 28 other persons when it burned and crashed through the skylight of the Illinois Trust and Savings Bank Mon day, has issued a statement through its attorney, saying that the company will pay all expenses caused by the . accident. - . "Any families who have suffered because of this accident will only lave to present the bills to our com pany to have them paid," the state ment said. "Irrespective of what th investigation might disclose as to our responsibility we wish to be al lowed to afford all possible facilities for the care of the persons and fami lies afflicted-"- . House Guests. Misses Jessie Rector ...

Publication Title: Kentuckian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Kentuckian. — 30 July 1919

rt - . Established 1879. VcL XLI No. 32 HOPKINSVILLE, KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY, JULY 30, 1919. . o -o o -O- O O O O O C -O- Arkansas has become the twelfth state to ratify the woman suffrage law. V , ' The attention to Gov. Black's crit ics is called to the fact that Italy needs 18 billion lires. , V Cardinal Mercier is 'coming to Vsmerica September 19 to thank the people for the aid given to Belgium. His secretary has already arrived. Prof. Wilson is still having the bad boys who show signs of proving troublesome in 'the Senate brought into his study to be talked to. Most- ' SMALL DOSES of them go out better boys. A St. Louis dispatch says only 12 cases of jimjams have been treated iritlie hospitals of that city since Jvfly 1, whereas ,the daily average used to be a' dozen cases. '.' Jewels are commanding particular- ' ly high prices in auctions in London. A rope of 315 graduated pearls ' .brought $207,500 and three other or naments an additional $200,000, mak ing the total sales for the...

Publication Title: Kentuckian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Kentuckian. — 30 July 1919

THE KEHTUCIIIAU The Kentuckian. FaMished Every Wednesday and Sat urday Mornings by mif ircwTl Tlf IAN rn. lnc- n,r. m MPHcham Editor FWhel A Long v .'.Assistant! Eobert Bmmfield ...... City Editor Established as Hopkinsville Con - lervative in lobb. aucceeaea py. Eorkinsville Democrat 1876. ruD- tihed as the South Kentuckian 1879 to 1889. From 1889 to 1918 as The lertuckian, Fifty-Third Year of Publication SUBSCRIPTION RATES: Ore year by mail ?2.00 rv ,,o. V,v ramer. . -.Uu Alerter terms at same proportiona rates Adverting Rates on Application 212 SOUTH MAIN STREET. Gov. Black Gaining Ground. With the primary election only a few days off it is evident to the most casual observer that Gov. Black is daily gaining votes. The attempts of his opponents to attack both his character and his record as a Demo crat have fallen flat, in fact have trained votes for him. i There never was anything in the letter written before he entered State politics to secure a railroad pass for a Democratic f...

Publication Title: Kentuckian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Kentuckian. — 30 July 1919

s AVIi'A 'CSS WHY not let us have your business? We can furnish you sugar and flour in barrel lots, will give you the best prices that can be had; also have bacon and lard in hundred pound lots. J 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. q Give us your business and we wi!lappreciate same. " Make us your headquarters Jwhen in the city- . J We buy Country Produce. t Call usnd get our prices. ioiii ' TO SAVE BRIDE -- DRASTIC PROVISIONS OF DRY ENFORCEMENT LAW i . prohibition enforcement b;l! use, provide; Aft- JULY NO MONTH FOR BABIES '. The :3 it mssed the h ter January 2J, 1920: it- COLLEGE CLASSMATES PERISH IN OHSO VHILE WIFE OF fTNE IS RESCUED i ALL WERE UNABLE TO SWIM Every person permitted under the law to 'have liquor in his possession sha'l report the quantity and kind to the commissioner of internal revenue. (This app!iss to chemists, physicians' tc.) ': Mr. Fred Al...

Publication Title: Kentuckian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Kentuckian. — 30 July 1919

liy Ui iJLUpiiiiii v iliwj iaiy I i i ! I ; I i ; i ', r I ! i : i mm SATURDAY BOTH PARTIES Contests For Nominations In. Every Office on Democratic Side Republican Had Slate The primary election Saturday from 6 a. m. till, 4 p. m. will be par ticipated in by both parties. The Democrats for all offices and the Ke Bublicans for one or two. Following are the tickets to be voted for: For Governor. John D. Carroll, New Castle. P. J. Noel, Harrodsburg. James D. Black, Barbourville. Lieutenant Governor. W. H. Shanks, Stanford. R. C. Oldham.JVinchester. Secretary of State Frank P. Hager, Paintsville. D. E. McQueary, Pine Knot. Mat S. Cohen, Lexington. Auditor of Public Accounti J. P. W. Brouse, Somerset. John W. Rawlings, Danville. Andrew Clark Vance, Henderson Henry M. Bosworth, Lexington. Attarnay General. Frank E. Daujrherty, Bardstown. Pv. W. Lisanhy, Princeton. Ryland C. Mu: it k, Jackson. Allan Wilson Baker, McKee.- Cltjrk of Court of Appeals. William- E. O'Ccr.ncl!, Newport. Alvin St...

Publication Title: Kentuckian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Kentuckian. — 30 July 1919

1 L iiilli, u Cili Mi A I! I Q ii 3 : ; i i i i i . ii 'a ; .JLUiUitliLO i " Wkuinm 4j j.ifVni 7 "I , 1 1 The undersigned, as executors" of the estate of H. D. Wallace, deceased, will offer for sale, unless sold privately before, on Monday,- August 11, 1 919, At court house door, Hopkinsville. Kv.. the followincr described adjoining tractsof land, lying partly on Cox Mill road, about 3 miles South of city, viz : ( One tract containing 206 2-5 acres known as the Hooker place and one tract of 282 1-3 acres known as the Berry farm, making total single tract of about' 488 1-2 acres. These tracts will be offered separate ly and then as a whole, and if sold will be subject to rent contract terminating Dec 31, 1919. Terms made known on day of sale. For plat bowing timber, improvements and other information, see CITY BANK & TRUST CO. Executor Henry D Wallace Estate. FOOT UP 5,609 Christian County With That Number ! Ahead of AH But 23 Counties. Local AgentWalter Crick has com pleted his ...

Publication Title: Kentuckian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Kentuckian. — 30 July 1919

m' BOOTH TARKINOTON i3 COPYRIGHT J5V"DOUB: mY,PA5S & CCHPANY K an CHAPTER I. Major Amberson had "made a for- people with that much money to invest In such comforts were classified as the Rich. They paid the Inhabitant of "the girl's room" two dollars a week tune" io 1873. when other people were and, In the. latter part of this period, losing fortunes, and the magnificence two dollars and a half, and finally of the Amltersons began then. Their three dollars a week. She was Irish splendor lasted all the years that saw ordinarily, or German, or It might be their Miaiana town spread ana aarnen Scandinavian, but never native to the Into a city, nut reached Its topmost land unless she happened to be a per during the period when every prosper- son of color. The man or youth who ous family with children Kept a JNew- lived In the stable had like wages, and foundland dog. I sometimes, too, was lately a steerage In that town In those days all the yoyager, but much oftener he was col- women...

Publication Title: Kentuckian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Kentuckian. — 30 July 1919

(i - s OPPORTUNITY 7 Business Success is the Ambi tion of every Thorough-going Young Man. Yet he often ( Fails for Lack of Training in the Matter of Savings. But the Opportunity is Still His, if He Will Make Use of Our Savings Department. The First Matiohal Bank 79th Semi-Annual Condensed Statement of the s ity Bank & Trust Co. At the Close of Business June 30th, 1919. ASSETS Loans $ t74,994.35 Bonds " 77,398.75 Liberty Bonds and W.S.S 148,383.25 Overdrafts ; 2.450.39 Banking! House . 1 15,000.00 Other '.Real Estate..... . 6,000,00 Cash and Sight.Exchange 261,910.88 LIABILITIES Capital Stock $ 60,000.00 Surplus Fund 150,000.00 New Building Acc't 5,000.00 Dividend No. 78, 6 per ct. 3,600.00 Set Aside for Taxes 4,081.32 Cashier's Checks. ....... 1,262.00 Certified Checks .... '.. . . 616. 85 Deposits 1,261,577.45 V S1.4M.137.62 . 1,486,137.62 IRAJL. SMITH, Cashier ATTENTION EVERYONE JULY 1 DOLLAR DAY FOR THE EVANSVILLE COURIER (DAILY) " TO OCTOBER 1 A great Midsummer Bargain Day f...

Publication Title: Kentuckian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Kentuckian. — 30 July 1919

THEi&NTUCKIA!! R. M. WOOLDRIDGE H. H. ABERNATHY eLJ ' ELM Ll fcJ Vj rL.-n KL.J-.s-r'f j iji V. 1 V-V' TTn3 Trl Nbrth amooei MH (He . .Between ' '5th Sts. HOPEOlWILLE, KENTUCKY DAILY SALES, 2EE22EZ3; IMMEDIATE SETTLEFIENTS Personal Attention to Receipts and I'tilir II- irrni .1... i '. ' Sales-Advances V FREE STALLS FO Free Rooms For Teamsters Wagons Drive Inside and are Safe at Night EN Bj Our Experience of More than 40 Years Enables Us to Give We will Strip, Bulk and Handle your Tobacco RIGHT Our New Addition Will Give Us Ample Room for Your Business Lights arrangedspecially for loose floor sales You Every Advantage. YOUR BUSINESS SOLICITED-OUR BEST ATTENTION PROMISED ROBT.M. WOOLDRIDGE HENRY H. ABERNATHY BOLD ira Unknown Man Enter Home of John i Dougherty and It Frightened Away by Screamt. Early Monday morning the seven teen year old daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John Dougherty was wakened by a hand being pressed across her face. She was terrified to see the form of a man bending o...

Publication Title: Kentuckian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Kentuckian. — 2 August 1919

blfrmr rfj ii its vy til J Established 1873.; Vol. XLI No. 33 HOPKINSVILLE, KENTUCKY . SATURDAY. AUG. 2, 1919. O O j u 8 o o I B c o o o o o o o o SMALL DOSES o- -o o o o o o o Lube Martin, a negro electrocuted at Eddyville last week, awakened at 3 o'clock, ate a hearty breakfast and told the eruard he was ready. He soon got the matter off his mind Without a record vote, the' Senate passed and sent to the House the Ad' ministration bill authorizing an m crease from 9,500 to 18,000 in the nurikr.'of commissioned officers to be -retained in the army this year, Princess Delia Patra, ft niece of ihe Khedive of Ecypt, has arrived, in this country for the avowed purpose of seekine a husband. She will start at San Francisco and work east. If Delia will stop at Hopkinsville she may see something to ner taste. Lieut. H. A. Long, one of the pres ent owners of the Kentuckian, who has in Germany since last fall, sailed from a European port yester day and is now on his way home. Upon his arrival...

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 August 1919

TlIZlXIiTUCIUAn The Kentuckian. Published Every Wednesday and Sat urday Mornings ny THE KENTUCKIAN CO. Chas. M. Meacham Editor Herschel A. Long Assistant Bobert Brumfield ..City Editor TTrtablished as Hopkinsville Con lervative in 1866. Succeeded by nrvinsvilla Democrat 1876. Pub- Khed as the South Kentuckian 1879 to 1889. From 1889 to 1918 as The Kentuckian. Fifty-Third Year of Publication SUBSCRIPTION RATES: One year by mail '? One year by carrier -.Si.uu Shorter terms at same proportionate rates ' Advertioig Rates on Application 212 SOUTH MAIN STREET. AIR LITIGATION Whether a property owner is also owner of the air above his land is to "be determined through a court action brought by Frederick Hoenemahn, i farmor in Missouri. He seeks to re strain a company owning airplanes from using the air above his farm. Like all Missourians he wants to be shown. Hoenemann contends that the sight of the machines and the noise of their enirines disturb his livestock. An other possibility is th...

Publication Title: Kentuckian, The
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