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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Kentuckian. — 9 August 1919

Jiillb lUi'lilii IE "I FIVE ATTORNEY-GENERAL PALMER ANNOUNCES PROSECUTION AS FIRST STEP IN H. C. L. PROFITEERS ARE SOUGHT FOR CONGRESSMAN'S t.'.OOO j EE 1 RAYED BY CLOTHES Special Agents Are Unleashed on Trial of Speculators Sidetract N ' ' Everything Else. Washington, Aug. 6. Anti-trust tuAti against the great meat packing ,fns were announced today by At torney General Palmer at the first concrete development of the govern ment's campaign to reduce the higl cost of living. . Armour, Swift, Morris and Cuda hy, who have been pictured in 'the investigations of the federal trade commissions committee as a great combination in control of food pro ducts, are to be haled again before the federal courts by special prOse- CUt. The evidence in hand, Attorney General Palmer declared, indicated 'a clear violation of the anti-trust laws." , Whether the prosecution would be civil or criminal, the attorney general declined to - state, merely recalling that the law provides for both. 1 The history...

Publication Title: Kentuckian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Kentuckian. — 9 August 1919

r 7 r i SPEED IEA' n EXHB1T August' 28tfo 4 .'Sth CTiNlTTTrTn r- nr i rat r--i "3 r r a i ; II 1 1 U J k. J j INCORPORATED Running Races, Pacing Races, Trotting Races. Best Lot of Horses, of Any Season QE3 DAYS 1213 SIXTH YEAR 9 Beef Cattle, Dairy Cattle, ( j Swinr, Sheep andh Poultry Agricultural Exhibit : Floral-Hall DAILY RIGHTS BY AVIATOR FROM life Kest.Ma CAMP lAiLuK Tv&ric in ,21 Ji WJ.WIl'A. JillB. REDUCED RATES ON RAILROADS Shuttle Train Service to Fair Ground If Mile J&entu clcy! Big Carnival Attraction Good' Music by ;r ass band BEST FM W WEST- KENTUUCY Traveling Men's Day Saturday, Aug. 30. Holland Garnett, President. Jno. W. Richards, Secy. COKDa mammi TO MR HIGH COST OF LUG people are being forced to pay for1 necessaries, such as clothing and foodstuffs. V "I have the impression that there exist combines whose purpose has been and is to monopolize distribu tion of essentials which enter into Memorial To Good Indian (Continued from page 3. to three survivors, fif...

Publication Title: Kentuckian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Kentuckian. — 9 August 1919

THE IXUTUC'JAIJ PAGET' illiliiuitb ilia ALL YOUTHS BAKER SUBMITS Td CONGRESS ADMINISTRATION" IDEA' OF PERMANENT PEACE 1 HAVE POWERFUL RESERVE To Be Made Up of Men Who Have . Seen Several Months' Service At Age of 19. v Washington, ' Aug. 6. Mainten ance of one field army with a war strength of 1,250,000 men . is1 pro posed by a bill establishing a per manent military policy, which was sent to Congress yesterday .by Sec retary Baker. The active force of this army would be 510,000 regulars, while the remainder would be young men who had taken a three months' military training course, which would be com I pulsory for the 19-year-old. youths. This reserve strength .would be used to fill out the twenty infantry divisions and one cavalry division in to which it is propsed to divide the regular army. Under the measure all special ser vice built up during the war would be maintained as separate branches except the chemical warfare service, which would be merged with the en gineer's corps. j...

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 August 1919

PAGE O MATOMALvAW LEGISLATIVE El EE RACES There were many close races in , Republican the contests for nomination of State ' Fleming Senators and Representatives in both narties. The nominations were as follows: First District, Fulton, Graves and Hickman B. T. Davis, Democrat. No Republican. Third District, Caldwell, Calloway, lyon and Trigg H. P. Atwood, Dem ocrat No Republican. Fifth District, Henderson and Web ster Starling L. Marshall, Demo crat. No Republican. Seventh District, Butler, Muhlen bery and Ohio Newton Belcher, Re publican. No Democrat. Ninth District, Logan, Simpson and Todd Whitsell Hall, Democrat. No Republican. Eleventh District, Allen, Edmond Fon and Warren J. Ed Stout, Dem ccrat: A. A. Demumbrun, Republi can. Fifteenth District, McCreary, Pu laski and Whitley W. A. Kinne, Re publican. No Democrat Seventeenth District. Bell, Knox and Laurel White L. Moss, Repub lican. No Democrat. Ninteenth District, Adair, Barren and Metcalfe J. R. Garnett, Demo, crat; J. H. Br...

Publication Title: Kentuckian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Kentuckian. — 13 August 1919

u Established 1879. Vol. LI No. 36 HOPKINSVILLE, KENTUCKY , WEDNESDAY, AUG. .13j 1919. mm o SMALL DOSES o o o o oo oo o -o o t . ' -f t ' I RUSSIA'SWAY BANDITS LOOT OF HANDLING AMI; HER STRIKES SHOOT OffiCER - . ' " : m SHOPS CARNEGIE GOES TO HIS LAST REWARD . Chile has freed her interned Ger mans held since 1915. Fifty New York policemen own motor car3. , Since Nov. 11, 3,163,643 soldiers have been discharged and Q.G.126 en listed. - Punk Botts, of the Hogwallow ft'Aentuckian, has made good to the extent that imitators of his style of IMEABB FOR REUfH TO RESUME OPERAlN humor are in the field. The Prince of Wales is headed this way with a cruiser going ahead of his ship, to lookout for icebergs. He will land at St. Johns. ... Evansville has "municipal swim mine holes" for both boys and girls with instructors paid to teach them to swim. . ' Ali Tokio papers have suspended on account of a strike. Japan is in deed becoming more and more like America. ' Ten New York theatres were 'dark'...

Publication Title: Kentuckian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Kentuckian. — 13 August 1919

THE KQtTUCIIIAIt PAGE 2 The Kentuckian. Published Every Wednesday and Sat urday Mornings by '.' THE KENTUCKIAN CO. Cfcas. M. Meacham. Editor Berschel A. Long. . , . . . . . .Assistant Eobert Brumfield. . . .City Editor also brought twenty-two, officers, 1, 500 troops and eighty-three welfare workers. Established as Hopkinsville Con jervative in 1866. Succeeded by nnnVinsville Democrat 1876. Pub lished as the South Kentuckian 1879 to 1889. From 1889 to 1918 as The ICentuckian. Fifty-Third Yer of Publication SUBSCRIPTION RATES: Pue year by mail ..$2.00 Pne year by carrier $2.00 JShorter terms at same proportionate rates AH Sailors Superstitious. All sailors are superstitious, but none Is 60 completely undvr this in fluence as the old deep-sea fisherman, He puts the deepest iiUth in "siTis" I and omens of all kinds, nothing would Induce a skipper of the old school to sail on a Friday. One Intrepid unbe liever who dared to lenve the clocks at Grimsby, England, on a Good Friday was hoote...

Publication Title: Kentuckian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Kentuckian. — 13 August 1919

1 II It! BOOTH TAIIKIN6T0N 1 COPYRTmiTSirDOUBLfiOBXPAGE & COMPANY Eu CHAPTER I. Major Amberson had tnada a, fortune in W3 when other people were losing fortunes, and the magnificence of tha Ambersons began then. Major Am berson laid out a 2W-acre "development," with roads and statuary, and In the centre of a four-acre tract, on Amberson avenue, built for himself the most ' magnificent (mansion tbe Midland City bad ever seen, CHAPTER II. When the major' .daughter married young Wllber Minafer t " . neighbors predicted that as Isabel could never really love Wilbur all her love would be bestowed upon the children, There was only one child, however, George Amberson Minafer, but his up bringing and his youthful accomplish, raenta as a mischief maker were quite in Keeping: wlta the most pessimistic predic tion CHAPTER III. By the time George went away to college he did not attempt to conceal his belief that the Ambersons were about the most Important family in the world. At a ball give...

Publication Title: Kentuckian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Kentuckian. — 13 August 1919

page ; 3 A pa j I "J I J ' in j i j U2) -LI H.,..-.rr r 1 I l - t i . 1 1 . , I J L..J ' t 1 J j i ji ft -f fcm hi I I' -A) Li y Bui 1 9tuJ fcfmlw lull 1 ;"1 N M v o ! 1 .fc I 1 H v:. lit f ' 8 a ft ft a. , Five Miles South of Hopkinsville, On The Bradshaw Pike sses THE BIGGEST SALE OF ITS KIND EVER UNDERTAKEN IN CHRISTIAN CO. c il : NEVES ijErOKE was There better fKUrilKl i otteredinan AUlliUW bALfc "."it?' THE 300 ACRE FARM OF IRA C. RHEA Situated five miles from Hopkinsville on the Bradshaw Pike. One of the best pikes in Christian County. The farm is located within one-half mile of splendid school, church and rail road station: 300 acres of fine level farming land to be divided into five parcels and sold at the "High Dollar." . TRACT NO. 1. The first tract is known as the Home Tract, consisting of 100 acres. We do not think there is 100 acres of land for sale that is improved in Chris tian county better than this tract. . ( ' A HOME WITH EVERY CONVENIENCE Electric lights, bath, f...

Publication Title: Kentuckian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Kentuckian. — 13 August 1919

CI 10 VflPE OUT IIII WANTED 4 young men from 17 to 20 years old, for several days' work. Apply C. H. Rude, between. 8 and 8:30 thi; morning at Planters Hardware Co. Covernor Proclaims Educational Week BeCinning Aug. 25 All Cver State. , U . 1 7- S' 1 M rt i it Mr .111 t i fiv-:.: Sit "k r . y ;,. .'j) ,ii'iiin!i!H A L X JJ tlJ CUaaT o Wi Vj r3 T very iwm Hot the evening may be, and lazy, But the New Edison is always ready, always peppy. Place it on the front porch, right where the breeze is coo'est and all of the joy that is in music comes to you. Every night, the New Edison is your two dollar seat at the vaudeville, music Hal comedy, opera, wherever your fancy leads. The tunes of the moment, and the favorites of all time, roll forth with a joyousness that" makes everything fresh and blithe and gay. it makes you feel cooler just to sit and listen to , .' The NEW 13 - "The Phonograph With a Soul" But, remember, it is only ihe New Edison that Re creates all that dwells in music. Camp ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Kentuckian. — 13 August 1919

it t i 4 The Magnificent Ambersons BY BOOTH TARKINGTON A -Li. ILllO T1 "I o All White Soldiers, Marines and Sailors who have been discharged or who are sill in he Service from Chrisian Couny ae CALLED TO MEET AT . HOPiaNSVILLB . a llttte con- ' Csprrtcht br DocbUdajr. Pa Compnr (Continued From Page 3) talked sounded well, fused." "See here!" George stepped close to ber. "Are you glad to see meT" "You needn't be so fierce about ltl" Lucy protested, laughing at his dra- matlc Intensity. "Of course I am! Do tell me what's the matter with you, George P "I will!" he exclaimed. "I was a hoy' when I saw you lust. I see that now, though I didn't then. Well, I'm not a boy any longer. I'm a man, and a man has a right to demand a totally different treatment." "I dont seem to be able to under ; stand you at all, George. Why shouldn't a boy be treated just as veil as a man?" George seemed to find himself nt a loss'. "Why shouldn't Well, he Shouldn't, because a man has a right to certain explanat...

Publication Title: Kentuckian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Kentuckian. — 13 August 1919

TIlEKEtlTUCKIAIl PAGE V s mi sen ILLINOIS CENTRAL R. R. Nortb Bound S32 leave at 5:35 a. m. for Prince ton, Paducah, Cairo and Evans- ville. 302 leaves at 11 a. m. for Princeton, ' connects for EasVand West. S24 leaves at 8:05 for Princeton. South Bound. -323 arrives at Princeton at 7:10 m. 321 arrives from West at 4:10 p. m. SOI arrives from East and West at 6:45 p. m. . TENNESSEE CENTRAL R. R. East Bound. 12 leaves for Nashville at 7:15 a. nv "i4 cleaves for Nashville at 4:15 p. m. ti Wett Bound. 11 arrives from Nashville at 10:35 13 arrives from Nashville 8:00 p. m. C. L. WADLINGTON, Agent m LOUISVILLE & NASHVILLE R. R. South Bound. , 7o. 83 5 :45 a. n Jo. 55 Accommodation. . .6:45 a. n Jo. 95..... 8,:57 a. n sTo. 51 ..' 5:67 p. n jo. 93 1:01 a. n TOO MANY DOLLARS TOO SMALL A STOCK SENT PRICES SOARING North Bound. 1 No. 92.... o:z . m No. E2... ...10:05 ft. No. 94, Dixie Flyer. .8:19 p. m. No. 56 Accommodation. .9:15 p. tn. No. 64 10:19 p. No. 91 Due 9:55 a. m. No. 90 Due 2:3...

Publication Title: Kentuckian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Kentuckian. — 13 August 1919

THE miTUCIIIAT PAGE C r ii. i i ji - Tv o) i .iiifc J -ii in Si ilr r3 Si i iimn3 ti i J ' i i3 INCORPORATED VAL TrJ-A f M i LA M i A M 7i r SPEED PROGRAM Running Races, Pacing Races, Trotiing Races. Best Lot of Horses of Any Season DAILY FLIGHTS BY AVIATOR FROM CAMP TAYLOR REDUCED RATES ON RAILROADS f V r'.. i f o A ZT!,naill5! til t SO.t! cut-s jjj DAYS 2C3 SIXTH YEAR Shuttle Train Service to Fair Ground The Best Half Mile Track in I WEST EEM KENTUUCY' Holland Garnett, President. Jno. Y. Richards, Secy. GREAT TIE5IT 1 - A ' ii HE Beef Cattle, Dairy Cattle, A Swine, Sheep and Poultry Agricultural Exhibit H w Floral Hall Big Carnival Attraction Good Music by BRASS BAN Traveling Men's Day Saturday, Aug. 30. IflllFD IN I M Bammmr as 1 FBIflfiHT $1,000 WILL BE PAID FOR A SINGLE WORD World trade Club Utters-rnze for Best Name for "Brit-Am." . Squadron of Nine Planes to Begin Coast To Coast Flight Today Paul Co. Breaks Man's Neck With n . r it T7- C" Li a mow oi mi ri in i ini At Fredoni...

Publication Title: Kentuckian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Kentuckian. — 16 August 1919

Established 1879. VoLXLI No. 37 HOPKINS VILLE, KENTUCKY SATURDAY, AUG. 16. 1919. ... " -00 -00- SMALL DOSES Caldwell county will vote Sept. 2' bn an issue of $300,000 load bonds. Several Trigg county farmers have sold their growing tobacco crops at 20 cents. A crushiner defeat, of Bolshevist troops along the Dvina River was ad ministered Aug. 10 by British and Russian forces, who surrounded the c.emy, lulling many, capturing 1,500 'arid dispersing the rest. The "direct actio-!" policy urged by extremists among British labor leaders has been finally killed by re f erring it to the Trades Union Con- gress, it is oeuevea. The House will take up the prob lem of reducing living costs, begin ning Monday. Party leaders are call ing: absentees who are taking un official vacations. .:.... ; Otho Fowler, who has operated Hotel Madison, in Madisonville, for seven years, has announced that he would close August 15 and sell the furnishings. He can no doubt build a mansion t asy Street ... Tne Uf...

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 August 1919

, aL PAGE 2, The Kcntuckian. published Every Wednesday and Sat urday Mornings by THE KENTUCKI AN CO. Hcbgood received the same number of votes 79. The election commis sioners passed on all questionable ballots and decided the vote a tie. The matter was decided by lot Mon day and Hobgood won the nomination. Chas. M. Meacham .....Editor ITM-sriiel A. Loner. Assistant! Robert Brumfield ...... City ami mmm Editc Declaring thct it is an outrage to Tt o T o Virnna ft nrJ SAH tft tV TV fl - j. I' J W V V - UillJ J V V V V- rines, who stopped'the Hun invasion Established as Hopkinsville Con-I.fance. and save civilization ervative in 1866. Succeeded by, while war workers who held soft flopkinsville Democrat 1876. Pub- jobs in the department at Washing fched as the South Kentuckian 1879 ton are paid a bonus of $240, Repre o 1889. From 1889 to 1918 as The tentative 'Dave Kincheloe, of Ken Eentucklan. . " J tucky, has introduced a bill to pay Spend Their Time Knocking Have Nothing to Offer in C...

Publication Title: Kentuckian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Kentuckian. — 16 August 1919

page: T ft k t 'Ml'' ".," osas EOOTIi "EAIIKIKOTON 'v I COPVRTi5H T .F5V DOUBLE DW, PAGE & CCHPANYt SYNOPSIS. 1 CHAPTER I. Major Amberson had made a fortune in 1373 when other people ware losing fortunes, and the magntiiuauca ' of the Ambersons began then. Major Am beraon laid out a liuO-acre "development," with roada and statuary, and in the centre of a four-acre tract, on Amberson avenue, jVmllt for himself the moat magnificent mansion the Midland City had ever seen. CHAPTER Il.-Wheti the major' daughter married young; Wilber Mlnafer the neighbors predicted that as Isabel could never really love Wilbur all her lova would be bestowed upon the children. 7 here. . was only one child, however, Oeorge Amberson Mlnafer, but his up bringing and his youthful accomplish, tnents as a mischief maker were quite in keeping with the most pesslmlstio predic tions CHAPTER III.By the time George went away to college he did not attempt to conceal his belief that the Ambersons were about the mos...

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 August 1919

page: : 1 . ' . T"?.-'"-''''!M-J . .j. -vf." .if.'',''f--iw;.fV'rt''''r,iA tr V V Vv ' V-vi V V V" V"V V-'W V"-v t tt t f h ft u 3 3 E? ft Ml. La V1 MY.1L aI U L...JL it. -J T7Tl o f rJl tn fv TH TT X SOOT 9 III III) id JUoO) j 0)17 J '-0 Wu a A j . I v... 1 rz l&Lli t 1 LJ E J K 1 I (0) P. ML mi Five Miles South of Hopldnsville, On The Bradshaw Pike THE BIGGEST SALE OF ITS KIND EVER UNDERTAKEN IN CHRISTIAN CO. NEVER BEFORE was There better PROPERTY offeredinan AUCTION SALE AT THE 300 ACRE FARM OF IRA C. RHEA Situated five miles from Hopldnsville on the Bradshaw Pike. One of the best pikes in Christian County. - The farm i3 located within one-half mile of splendid school, church and rail- road station. 300 acres of fine level farming land to be divided into five parcels and sold at the "High Dollar." . ' ' , " TRACT NO. 1. The first tract is known as the Home Tract, consisting of 100 acres. We do not think there is 100 acres of land for sale that is improved in Chris tian county...

Publication Title: Kentuckian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Kentuckian. — 16 August 1919

(".ry r-rjr-? -f -j r , -j'ss-j y . ft - 'iV-r r-yr-y rw-i Tr? 3a cxci3oa.cxci3cx d&:ciQ mm m r "i j j $ ? " "J liiihii iiiiiilitiii) MCICIIT Augiist Armour and Booth, City Manager, . Butcher and Two Fuh Dealer Held on Bond in Louuville. Louisville, Ky., Aug., 15. Federal agents of the United States Depart ment of Justice took hand in , the food situation in Louisville yesterday when five men connected with food dealing concerns were placed undei arrest. Charges of violation of the federa. food control act were registered against the defendants. Severe penalties are provided in the act for those found guilty of bearding, holding or wasting of ti Jle foodstuffs for the purpose of un reasonably increasing prices. Following yesterday's arrests which were made on warrants taken out by U. S. District Attorney Perry B. Mil ler, L. H. Flinn, of the Department of Justice, said the government will pursue its activities with all vigor in an effort to bring to an end any violations of the ...

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 August 1919

n i r i 1 03 FTp3 Vj1 f i 1 1 fc.ll 1 1 III y ' i -.i ii tin i .3 1 ..I ! j j INCORPORATED SPEED : -PROGRA HoBMiniswilfla GREAT EXHM1 LAo A S In i i vi ! All i As U ) i I n 1 i ll M Running Races, Pacing Races, Trotting Races. Best Lot of Horses of Any Season DAILY FLIGHTS BY AVIATOR FROM CAMP mi 9 cac3 SIXTH YEAR P Beef Cattle, Dairy Cattle, .-.Swine, Sheep and N Poultry Agricultural Exhibit Floral Hall REDUCED RATES ON RAILROADS Shuttle Train Service to Fair Ground The Best Half Mile Track in. Kentucky!; EST FAIR M WEST ERN KENTUUCY Holland Gamett, President. Jno. W. Richards, Secy. Big Carnival Attraction Gpod Music by S BAND BRAS Trading Men's Day Saturday, Aug. 30. COMES. wmmmmmmi MOONLIGHT SCHOOLS OPENED Di 4 DISTRICTS Much Interest Show im The Teach ing of Illiterate. WAITING, procrastination, for any reason, never made for success, never showed a profit. The successful business man acts, goes ahead in spite of appar ent obstacles which in nine cases out of ten later prove no...

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 August 1919

wi mm ILLINOIS CENTRAL R. R. North Bound S32 leave at 5:35 a. m. for Prince ton, Paducah, Cairo and Evana ville. S02 leaves at 11 a. in. for Princeton, connects for East and West 324 leayes at 8:05 for Princeton. South Bound. 323 arrives at Princeton at 7:10 a. m. 321 arrives from West at 4:10 p. m. 01 arrives from East and West at 6:45 p. m. TENNESSEE CENTRAL R. R. Et Bound. 12 leaves for Nashville at 7:15 a. nv 14 leaves for Nashville at 4:15 p. m. West Bound, lljarrives from Nashville at 10:35 . a. m. ' 13 arrives from Nashville 8:00 p. m. - rm tninsviILE A. NASHVILLE R. R. South Bound. No. S3.......: 5:45 a. a No. 55 Accommodation. ..6:45 a. n No. 95. 8:57 a. a No. 51...... 87 p. H No. 93 t 1:01 a. a KEPT HER AYME, Tte Terrille Pains , b Back aril Sides. Cardui Cave Relief. J North Bound. No. VzJ ..5:24 a. m, No. 62 .........10:05 a. No. 94, Dixie Flyer 8:19 p. m. No. 56 Accommodation. .9:15 p. tn. No. 64 10:19 p. No. 91 Due 9:55 a. m. No. 90 Due..... 2:30. p. m. W. N. CHANDLER,...

Publication Title: Kentuckian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Kentuckian. — 16 August 1919

the iximjc:;iAn PAGE O BID RES SHOW ffilCA H TO DPT THE HUNS Middle West Beat Rest of Nation, While Native Boys Made Better Showing " Than Foreign-Born in nrrnrdance with instructions large scale is a development of the from the secretary of war, Colonel European war. In the American ar Leonard P. Ayres, chief of the stat- my the allowance in 1912 was four jstics branch of the department, has machines per regiment. In 1919 the prepared a 150-page book dealing new army plans provide for an equip with the larger steps in the military ment of 336 guns per regiment, or preparations and action of the United eighty times as many. sft. in th. world war. A conden- The entire number of American Bation of some of the facts present- machine guns produced to the end ed therein follows: : of 1918 was 227,000. The number of men serving in the . Amencan production of. lufle sm armed forces of the nation during munition amounted to approximately the war was 4,800,000, of whom Ay a,ovv,vvv,vv unaS, ...

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