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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Kentuckian. — 20 August 1919

4 t y - . V ' f ,.rf 'I Y I i 1 11! I J 1 J f T J Established 1879. Vol. XLI No. 38 HOPK1NSVILLE, KENTUCKY, WEDNESDAY, AUG. 20. 1919. j o o- o o- SMALL DOSES -o o oo oo c Dr. C, M. Thompson senlis the Ken tuckian a postcard irom trie tferiv- shire .Hills 01 Massachusetts, wnere he is spending his vacation, saying "Have spent 17 delightful days in this beautiful spot. Monday I leave for Winona Lake for the rest of ,A.u gust." Dr. Thompson's Winchester church is taking good care of him Dr. Leonard W. Doolan, pastor of :ha First Baptist Church, is spending Louisville. . Last Sunday his pulpit was filled by Rev. Logan B. English, a returned war chaplain, and next Sunday Dr. L. R. Scarborough, of . Nashville, chief director of the 75 Million Dollar Campaign will be , present, v Aviators H. G. Peterson; and Paul H. Davis, held prisoners by Mexican tl BANDITS Washington, D. C., Aug. 19. Yes- terday prompt measures were taken to secure the release of Lieuts. Paul H Davis and Harold G. Peter...

Publication Title: Kentuckian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Kentuckian. — 20 August 1919

page: 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 Established as Hopkinsville Con- jervative in 1866. Succeeded by Hopkinsville Democrat 1876. Pub lished as the South Kentuckian 1879 to 1889. From 1889 to 1918 as The Centuckian. Fifty-Third Yer of Publication Mill! mm. tUUt vJ i fit ii ifj --u 'ms-a stun. 'n New Orleans In September Is At tracting Attention All Over ' The Country. SUBSCRIPTION RATES: One year by mail $2.00 One year by carrier. $2.00 Shorter terms at same proportionate rates Advertising Rates on Application 212 SOUTH MAIN STREET. WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 20. DEMOCRATIC TICKET For Governor Jas. D. Black, Bar bourville. , For Lieutenant-Governor W. H. Shanks, Stanford. ' For Auditor of Accounts Henry M. Bosworth, Lexington. For Court of Appeals John A. Goodman, Elkton. . For Secretary of State. Mat S. Cohen, Lexington. For Attorney ...

Publication Title: Kentuckian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Kentuckian. — 20 August 1919

4 fcjak- r t BOOTH TA3JKINOT0N 4- ; Ws?V'a ? SYNOPSIS. ' CHAPTER, I. Major Amberaon had made a fortune in 1873 when other people were losing fortunes, and the magnificence of the Ambergons began then. Major Ara berson laid out a 200-acre "development," with roads and statuary, and In the centre of a four-acre tract, on Amberaon avenue, built for himself the most magnificent mansion the Midland City had ever seen. CHAPTER. II. When the major's A daughter married younr Wllber Mlnafer 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 Mlnafer, but his up bringing and his youthful accomplish, menu as a mischief maker were quite In keeping vith the most pessimistic predic tions CHAPTER III. By the time George went away to college he. did not attempt to conceal his belief that the Amberson were about the most important family in the world. At a ball given in his honor when...

Publication Title: Kentuckian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Kentuckian. — 20 August 1919

i v o Prizes Totaling $10,000 Will Lure World Champion Horses To Fair . . . -. x. 1 ' . r -T. : ' - r -tstttt . i " . , S s A ' . - . ' " : ' ''-': -v'..-v. P-; -J f , ,., . 0 x ... f . - -kH . -. .... . f ... ., . 1 MIS M "Cascade," Winner of World's Championship in 1918, For the third time In State Fair ' history a fl.0,000 premium has been V announced in connection with the five . galted Saddle Horse Stake which i outstanding feature of the horse de partment of the Kentucky Slate Fair. For seven successive fairs the pre Vniiuuis in this ring had ranged from $500 to $3,000 with only one night's ex hibition of the high steppers. In 1917, Commissioner of Agriculture Mat S. Cohen made a whirlwind campaign for funds and by his owu personal, brilliant, daring work, secured in dona tions the splendid "sum of .1jS,S33.00, .leaping the total premiums for this veut to $10,000.' The announcement electrified the ahow horse world ami did just what ' the commissioner calculated and de sired, i...

Publication Title: Kentuckian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Kentuckian. — 20 August 1919

EPUBLiCAIlS L H IUUL- if n mm; 5 n o I HARD TO GET Us AT MJC TION -ON THE PREMISES- At 10:00 A PL Rain or Shine Farm No. 2, 210 Acres; No. 1, 186 Acres, and No. 3, 65 Acres FARM NO; 2 As agent for G, G. Bryant, we will sell Farm No. 2, containing 210 acres, on the premises on the above date and hour. ' LOCATION--Two and one-half miles East of Crofton, on the R. F. D. mail lines, near Church and School. IMPROVEMENTS -A 4 room farm house; 3-room tenant -house, good large stock barn; two tobacco barns, all in good condition; 40 acres ot timber. Watered by wtlls and pools: land will be sold in two tracts and sold so that there will fcc improvements on loth tracts. This farm is all under a good wire fence. ' Farm No 1. . As agent for J. K. Bryant, we will sell on the above date 1S6 acres of land LOCATION-Just across the road from Farm No. 2. This farm will be sold in two tracts. , IMPROVEMENTS-A four room frame residence; 3-room residence; large stock bam 3 tobacco barns; fine well of wa...

Publication Title: Kentuckian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Kentuckian. — 20 August 1919

"? r." MM I iLJ ; i r i v Li i I Mi 3 8... .J I. .--J -J g ) SJ. E J I -3 t J s 4 INCORPORATED PEED PF7 A T f2 MBIT Ammt 2Stli to SOtiti i nri. rii .-"'x r . rj . ii-.Vi V f CM7 V v , ti ? r in ( OGMAM EX Running Races, Pacing Races, Trotting Races. Best Lot of Horses of Any Season . DAILY FLIGHTS BY . AVIATOR FROM f V!) T 4 VJ sit SIXTH YEAR A. Beef Cattle, Dairy Cattle, Swinr, Sheep and Poultry Agricultural Exhibit Floral Hall Best Mall Mil, Big Carnival Attraction RAILROADS Shuttle Train Service to Fair Ground VV -1- ?f'-.,"0LJ' ' Good' Music-by BEST FAIR I ' - ERN. KENT M WEST- UUCY Trading Men's Day Saturday, Aug.-30. Holland Garnett, President. Jno. W. Richards, Secy. WW K23 r K i. The Magnificent Ambersons BY BOOTH TAJUUNGTON MWHHi - 1 eprrisht by Douw.dr. P Ctmnur. jN (Continued From Page 3) tendency to langh papa loflfcs as If he were either going to explode or utter load sobs!" Eugene commanded his features, however, and thej resumed their cus- tomary apprehenslveneas. "I ...

Publication Title: Kentuckian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Kentuckian. — 20 August 1919

PAGE V Ei sens! ILLINOIS CENTRAL IL North Bound S32 leaves at 6:35 a. m. for Prince ton, Taducah, Cairo and Evans ville. 302 leaves at 11 a. m. for Princeton, , connects for East and West. 324 leaves at 8:05 for Princeton. South Bound. 323 arrives at Princeton at 7:10 a. rn. 321 arrives from West at 4:10 p. m. 01 arrives from East and West at 6:45 p. m. - TENNESSEE CENTRAL R. R. Eatt Bound. ' 12 leaves for Nashville at 7.15 a. m. 14 leaves for Nashville at 4:15 p. m. , v Wet Bound. f!l arrives from Nashville at 10:35 13 arrives from Nashville 8:00 p. m. C. L. WADLINGTON, Agent LOUISVILLE & NASHVILLE R. R. South Bound. No. S3. 5:45 a. n No. 55 Accommodation. . .6:45 a. n No. 95 8:57 a. a No. 51...... ..5:57 p. n No. 93 1:01 a. n A nEHVOUS 7aEC:C Sayi s ' North Bound. No. 92 5:24 a. m, No. 52....... 10:05 a. bv No. 94, Dixie Flyer 8:19 p. m. . No. 56 Accommodation. .9:15 p. m. ,No. 54...... .......... 10:19 p. m No. 91 Due. ........ ..9:55 a. m. No. 90 Due ....2:30 p. m. W. N. CHA...

Publication Title: Kentuckian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Kentuckian. — 20 August 1919

PAGE " IT' J W i J. J COLOUED might NEW DEEDS. School Are To Be Quite Numerous In Christian County With Plenty of Teachers. The Colored Teachers' Institute last week resulted in giving consid erable impetus to the moonlight school movement. Local Agent Her bert Crick reports the following: j Colored teachers pledging them selves to teach a moonlight school in N. K. Eardwell and wife to Wm. Kimmons, 1 1 ; 'three-story brick buil ding in city. G. L. Campbell and wife to W. R. Dorris $1; tract in county. Mr. J. Davis and wife to Charlia Whitlock and wife, f 125 ; lot in city. G. A. Bryant to Orie Bryant and wife $1026; tract on Muddy Fork of Little River. James E. Pyle and wife to Mrs. Lucy Major, $1; lot in city. James Moore and wife to Walter Knight, $1; tract near Kelly. Clabom G. Lankford and wife to J. W. Jenkins, $1600; lot in city. E. E. Cook and wife to C. D. Gil-j liland and wife, $1000; 2 thacts in countv. Geo. A. Hankley to G. L. Campbell! PURELY PERSONAL o Misses Mary E. Pi...

Publication Title: Kentuckian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Kentuckian. — 23 August 1919

r - i. Established 1879. Vol. XLI No. 38 HOPKINS VILLE, KENTUCKY, SATURDAY, AUG. 23. 1919. SCI -OO 00- SMALL DOSES o o- -oo OO- Gen. Pershing will sail for home September 1st. ' September Morn will be here in a few days on her annual visit. Hereafter let us hope the clock's will not be fixed unless they need fixings . 1 Congress has voted to save no day lie but it can still vote to save brth. The nomination of Attorney Gen eral A. Mitchell Palmer was confirm ed by the Senate Wednesday. Dave Kincheloe when he goes i-bonusing, goes a-bonusing. His ,illion dollar bill plays no favorites The Evansville Courier boasts that or the first time an Evansville man ias iMyught an airplane. A Hopkins villd jfun owned two that made flights over the city in 1912. An auto driver at Somerville, Ind., litched his car by trying to save his hat. Wonder what would have hap pened if his wife's $65-hat had blown off?; Senator Flethcher of Florida was htruck by a Washington street car Thursday and seriousl...

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 August 1919

PAGE 2 THEKEIJTUGIIAH The Kentuckian. . iPnblished Every Wednesday an Sat urday Mornings by THE KENTUCKIAN CO. Cbas. M. Meacham.,...' Editor Herschel A. Long.".. Assistant Uobert Brumfield. . . . . . City Editor Established as Hopkinsville Con . ervative in 1866. Succeeded by "hopkinsville Democrat 1876. Pub lished as the South Kentucman 16 a to 1889. From 1889 to 1918 as The JCentuckian. HOME RULE FOR MM mm. MILITARY GOVERNMENT AND GENDARMERIE REPLACED BY CIVIL CONTLOL ' Fifty-Third Year of Publication SUBSCRIPTION RATES: Pne year by mail $2.00 lOne year by carrier. $2.00 Shorter terms at same proportionate rates Advertising Rates on Application 212 SOUTH MAIN STREET. WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 20. DEMOCRATIC TICKET For Governor Jas D. Black, Bar- fcourville. For Lieutenant-Governor W. H Shanks, Stanford. . , For Auditor of Accounts Henry M. Bosworth, Lexington. v For Court of Appeals John Goodman, Elkton. For Secretary of State. Mat S. Cohen, Lexington. For Attorney General F. E. Daugherty...

Publication Title: Kentuckian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Kentuckian. — 23 August 1919

i r i .' W J v 'F.PXHTmiTJ3rDOlU5n;PACE & TOHPAWr. ., ,1 SYNOFSIS. 7v CHAJTER I. Major Amberson had made a fortune in lS.a when other people were losing fortunes, and the magnyioaun of the Ambersons began then. Major Am berson laid out a ZW-aore "development," with roads and statuary, and in the centre f a four-acre tract, on Amberson avenue, built for himself the most magnificent taansloa the Midland City had ever seen. CHAPTER. II. When the" - major's daughter married young Wllber Hinafer , the neighbors predicted that as Isabel could never really love Wilbur all her love would be bestowed upon the children. Jf There was only one child, however, Jeorge Amberson Minafer, but hi'a up bringing: and his youthful accomplish, menu as a mischief maker were quite in Keeping; with the most pessimistic predic tions . " CHAPTER III. By the tlmn George went away to college he did not attempt to conceal hla belief that the Ambersons were about the most Important family in ' the world. At a...

Publication Title: Kentuckian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Kentuckian. — 23 August 1919

PAGE A i u C77:C - ' - o 1 ' & 7 7 ' s-' w - ) O'v. ",cii y t , II t BUY YOUR FURS IN THE AUGUST FUR SALE AND SAVE 20 PER CENT FOR VJ Despite the most discouraging conditions and the increasing costs of pelts and labor, we have assembled the largest stock of furs we have ever had. When we tell you that these self same garments will cost us anywhere from 25 to 40 per cent to reorder you will perhaps under stand the significance of our August prices Every piece is an approved style, every fur has been carefully select ed and made, every price much lower than it will be later on. Bi UY NO D N A We permit charge customers to have their Fur purchases entered on their October Bills and payable November first, you may also store them with us free of charge. It will pay you to buy now while stocks are large and varied. During this AUG UST FUR SALE we will havea prelim inary showing of l J J f I rmmt. mm mm mm. rv a "?V fSTN f "2JM daysonlyI SAVE NOW 1 . . I' i $75. I Hudson Seal Coats f...

Publication Title: Kentuckian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Kentuckian. — 23 August 1919

V - - - V Vwff W-wV W - - - - W - - W w i 1 j V it tY i 8: ft 5 V3f 'J I n in 1 y.? t- I AT' AUCTION ON THE PREMISES- T"YT vii(0)May At 10:00 A. M; Rain orShme Farm No 2, 210 Acres; No. 1, 18S Acres, and No. 3, 65 Acrej FARM NO. 2 As agent for G, G. Bryant, we will sell Farm No. 2, containing 210 acres, on the premises, on the above date and hour. ' . LOCATION Two and one-half miles East of Crofton, on the R. F. D. mail lines, near Church and School. IMPROVEMENTS -A 4 room farm, house; 3-room tenant house, good large stock barn; two tobacco barns, all in goodcondition; 40 acres ot timber. Watered by wells and pools: land will be sold in two tracts and sold 6 that thtre will be improvements cn both tracts. This farm is all under a good wire fence. , Farm No 1. As agent for J. K. Bryant, we will sell on the above date 186 acres of land. LOCATION-.just across the road from Farm No. 2. This farm will be sold in two tracts. ! IMPROVEMENTS A four room frame residence; 3-room residence; la...

Publication Title: Kentuckian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Kentuckian. — 23 August 1919

-i r-;.n ,r f I t U i V ) i i -i i i' ; t i ' iv h P 1 X f'i V M a 1 1 r..J i i 1 1 - i d 3 I 1 l a --J -J L fc lll..J V! INCORPORATED SPEED' - PROGRA """1 jKEAI pilciirasFiiilii 9 Atigust 1 2tli to.-SOtlk ikiiiol 1 , -..-, J-.-.j .3 - TTT? ' lili M Running Races, Pacing Races, Trotting Races. Best Lot of Horses of Any Season ' DAILY FLIGHTS BY AVIATOR FROM CAMP TAYLOR . REDUCED RATES , ON RAILROADS - v PC3 HDIfP. s rs Flu 1 SIXTH YEAR Beef Cattle, Dairy Cattle, Swino, Sheep and ' ' ) Poultry v Shuttle Train Service to Fair Ground lie Best Half Mile Track in ICentMeky Agricultural Exhibit Floral Hall BEST FAISiM W ' Em KENTUCKY Holland Garnett, President. Jno. W. Richards, Secy. Big Carnival Attraction J Good Music by ;8RASSBAWD Traehng Men's Day v Saturday, Aug. 30. IV I IF J , WE SELL ALL KINDS OF 0)-' F ma 12 "MAKE MEAT" Hog Feed It pays "DAN PATCH" Horse Feed-Best and Cheapest "MILK MADE" Dairy Feed Hen Feed, Hay, Corn, Oats, Etc., Call and see us. Forbes Mfg. Co. INCORPORATED P...

Publication Title: Kentuckian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Kentuckian. — 23 August 1919

THE KErJTUCKIAn PAGE T ailroad ti;;e schedule ILLINOIS CENTRAL R. R. , North Bound Z22 leave at 5:35 a. m. for Trince ton, Paducah, Cairo and Evans- ville. 302 leaves at 11 a. m. for Princeton, ' connects for East, and West. -324 leaves at 8:05 for Princeton. South Bound. 223 arrives at Princeton at 7:10 a. ONSTiPATIOiJ m. 321 arrives from West at 4:10 p. m. 201 arrives from East and West at 6:45 p. m. , TENNESSEE CENTRAL R. R. East Bound. 12 leaves for Nashville at 7:15 a. m. 14 leaves for Nashville at 4:15 p. m.' 1 Weit Bound. 11 arrives from Nashville at 10:35 ' a. m. 13 arrives from Nashville 8:00 p. m. . C. L. WADL1NGTON, Agent LOUISVILLE & NASHVILLE R. R. South Bound. I?o. 83 . 5:45 a. n No. 55 Accommodation. . .6:45 a. n No. 95... : ....8:57 a. m No. 51 V.... i .5:57 p. n r rV 1 .A1 1:01 North Bound. No. 92 .5:24 a. m. No. 52 10:05 a. in. No. 94, Dixie Flyer. 8:19 p. m. No. 56 Accommodation. .9:15 p. m. No. 54 '. 10:19 p. n No. 91 Due 9:55 a. m. No. 90 Due.. 2:30 p. m. W....

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 August 1919

ill : - Li ..J n n fit A ll N II ij I) ii U II H 0. PAGE G t hill IH 1 . DistiiictSy ikv. ' - In this display of Millinery you will find well exemplified that finest of Millinery arts that which can lake modes certain of i H Ml From Music's Imitation to Music's Ke-Creatlon In 1877 Thomas A. Edison presented the world with a machine that imitated music. It was the original phonograph still imitated by other Manafacturers. ' The NEW EDISON "The Phonograph with a Soul" universal vogue and by original interpretat ion lift them What a tribute to Mr. Edison's gen ius that he should have invented the first crude machine and then perfect the final triumphant instrument. To develop the imitation of music into the RE-CREATION of music took ' him nearly 40 years. Experiments alone on the New Edison cost him three million dollars, yet the models of the New Edison which you see in our store are w' hin reach of every pocketbook. Camobell-C ales Co. far above I he commonplace. In one ht you wi l f...

Publication Title: Kentuckian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Kentuckian. — 27 August 1919

17 7. ,kriO Ur-XV. I 'V TrtW Established 1879. Vol. XLI No. 39 HOPKINSVILLE, KENTUCKY, WEDNESDAY, AUG. 27. 1919. S ? t 1 1 t El r -OO oo o- o SMALL DOSES -oo oo- -o- Whoever thought it would get to be grand laceny to steal, a watermelon? A railroad rate of one and a half fare for the round trip will be given for the State Fair. Watch the Pennyroyal Fair eclipse its former high records of success. , Everybody is coming this year. leading jeweler says the finest diamonds are now worth $1000 a car at "and still going up. ' Kentucky is allotted 429 United States army automobiles for road work, according to a Washington an nouncement, . c- ' " ' - ' The Jefferson county teachers' in stitute adopted a resolution calling on the Legislature ,to enait legisla tion fixing $100 as the minimum for teiurners in public schools. The increased cost of things in this era of high living costs was show in the Ford verdict. Instead of the usual nominal verdict of 1 cent and costs, the jury gave him an ...

Publication Title: Kentuckian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Kentuckian. — 27 August 1919

The Kcntuckian. Pablisbed Every Wednesday and Sat urday Mornings by THE KENTUCKIAN CO. WHO WAS THE FIRST ' REAL PROFITEER" Cfcas. M. Meacham... Herschel A. Long. . . . Eobert Brurnfield . . . . Editor . . .Assistant .City Editor Established as Hopkinsville Con jervative in 1866. Succeeded by Eonkinsville Democrat 1876. Pub lished as the South Kentuckian 1879 o 1889. From 1S89 to 1918 as The entuckian. f sold for a profit, for we are told that: he instej r.pon laying asiile "one- jhfth for Pharaoh," the pulitictl ru!:r : f.f ths we ere not told, but we can - jraoss, for Joseph was a thrifty mun ! He he J cH .the c;rn ana ether food, there wr.s for hundreds of miles The famine even reached as: Tar as Canaan, tne ir.nu ihmh vi.u-h. ha had been sold, into slavery 'by his' 1 Fifty-Third Year of Publication (New York Herald.) , Students of contemporary history are fond cf delving into the pa-t to find out how far history repeats it- about self, if at all. Much is now said and written abou...

Publication Title: Kentuckian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Kentuckian. — 27 August 1919

THE KENTUCKIAft ( ) ft i - a m E)TH TAHKINOTON J cupy KIC5HTSrDOUBUBDAY;PADK & COMPANY RLUJ ... ft rr'DOUBLfiriAY. jTv,,. SYNOPSIS. , ;v -&a- ' CHAPTER. I. Major Amberson had made a fortune In IHii when other people were losing- fortunes, and the magtiShcaaca ot Xha Amoersons began then. Major Am b.ntoa laid out a 2UU-acre "development," iv 1 0 roada and statuary, and in the centra of a four-acre traot, on Amberson avenue, built for himself the most magnificent mansion the Midland City bad ever seen. CHAPTER" Il.-Wben the major daughter married young Wither Mlnafer the 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 ments as a miBCUief maker were quite In keeping; with the most pessimistic predlc- CHAPTER III. By thJ time George went away to college he did not attempt to conceal his belief that the Am...

Publication Title: Kentuckian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Kentuckian. — 27 August 1919

XI ft ft ..S ' ft AUGUST S: 1 1 1' ' ' ' ' iy) J-A, m ill i i ri 7i o )' C;NIi L v ... 7&t.m& Kififr. 'HI ,.!i:,f 1 -"" s 1 i mi -'" ' -T-f " " " ' '-' ' - i;PQR 7X ft 77 TfsI FIVE & t .1 j: .-,;rr mnrlilinns and the increasing costs or y? uespite tne most uiojuncijiii - rr l pells and labor, we have assembled the laigest stock of furs ve have ever had. When we tell you that these self same garments will cost us anywhere from 25 to 40 per cent to reorder you will perhaps under- our August prices Every piece is an approved style, every fur has been carefully select ed and made, every price much lower than it will be later on. r i 1-i r-.r?. C7a TK A ' TJ- J7 i U In s y ' Li Ik J3 ILy- JA , li. DAS ONLY BUY D N A y M-fM 1 1 B A Hudson Seal Coats from $450.00 to $800.00 Near Ssal and Sealine Goats from $2 o $300. 'j v -'V' ;:' Poire Fox .Scarfs-Taupe Fox-Black Fox-Cross t? M,..- c:,:-AiMnlo Alp.n Muffs to match dt $30, $40, $50, to $75. MOST EVERY FUR IS REPRESENTED . Poire...

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