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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Kentuckian. — 13 September 1919

PACE FIVE 11; v 7 P'ioinni'Hi- I The Extra Feature By 8. B. HACKLEY .K " eV l'r Distinctly to ' In this display of Millinery you will find well exemplified 'hat finest of Millinery arts that which can lake modes certain of universal ; vogue and , ' by original interpretat ion lift them far above the commonplace. In one hat you will find a special bit of color that accentsthe style, in 'another Jhe clever placing of aibit of trimming. And from the many alluring styles shoWn you can choose ; with assurance-for every Hat is sctboratative in Style. . . ' You will find but ane Hat of a kind-assuring eiclii2ivenes3. But you had best select soon so that you will hare a complete stock to pick from. The ANNIE CAYCE MILLINERY CO. 310 S. Main St. Hopkinsville. Ky. vr. . ISM RMERS MAY HOLD HOGS FOR RAISE Indianapolis, Sept. 12. In a tele am addressed to President Wilson t Helena, Mont., the chief justice is ked by the Indiana- Federation oi armers' associations if he would ad 3e,"" in view of t...

Publication Title: Kentuckian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Kentuckian. — 13 September 1919

' i PACE SIX 1 A Voice From Cioux City, Iowa, says Xlorlh lis Weight In Gold Yon canuot mistal.o the words of Mr. W.AV. Northrup, of 08 Fourth Street, !:oux City, Iowa. He is enthusiastic about his present uealth and the merits cl PE-RU-N A and wants everyone to know it Here is a re cent letter from i : - ' "PE-RU-NA It worth to wlcht la coU od then tome. I ntcd to think it ooly wo man's remedy bat have changed my mind. I had a Cou;h, especially in the monin;. Alter using half a lodlo of PE-RU-NA u much belter. I would couih up chunks of phlegm and mucus, my eyes itched and both ered mc Judjiajfrom the symptoms jlvea In your almanac it was catarrh. My stomach is in much better condition since mia your medicine. " "Use this testimonial, if you wish, TVi't hesitate toad vertise the merits of PS-RU-NA." (Simed) V. V.". NORTHRUP. Says-. X:: 3 FW 0 SSZiV 1 I 't L .f- Your Cross Is Still Busy re Ad what your dollar is doing There crc thourands just like Mr. Northnip, skeptical at 'T.:zt t...

Publication Title: Kentuckian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Kentuckian. — 13 September 1919

! ' v." . mom TAllIUNOTON 0M ,,,'f' C?CTPYT7TOTT13rTX)lLfinmr,PA(3E & COMPANY F , SYNOPSIS. CHAPTER XX. When his uncle went abroad to fcfl a consular post at (1.800 a year turd he himself 'became a elerk m old Frank Brcwison's law othce at 'eight dol lars a. week, George was lonely, Indeed. The prospect of his future Ufa with silly Aunt Fanny .Is appalling, and he realizes, lfw. the full measure of his unthinking WMjlty to his mother. 1 t -CHAPTER XXX-Weetng- tfce.lmposslhn ty of the two of 'them livingon hi fS veek, George oea to work for a big Wjemioal rompaiw ;and is pjlt :ln charge . of the nltro-glycerin department. CHAPTER XXTI. The Industrial growth if lite town completely . wipes out the 'Amberson Addition;" the very name dis appearing from :the archives. George's heart la broken. In a fit of abstraction . George ia run over : by an - it to, having fcoth h-Js legv 'broken, and altering inter, pal tnjories,. . He ,ii taken : to the City ' nosprtad. had II veer here in thi...

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 September 1919

''!;" f f p p .r 4,-V-J I tiff. 1 I ' I t i ? ? - SO.krfiiilW i liUrr r" m nil ' LA mi 7 i M Mi I i t . ! . V , I ... U ! j WCORPORATED ' NCORPOSATED One of Them a Gir! Gaugr-i Ey ttie Glitter of the Street Parade. SPECIAL AT pnro Q UiitOUO f 1 " . u h D i 1 1 IMC HOPKINSVILLE, KY , 2, 191, CATTLE,. H LIST YOUR SURPLUS FOR THIS BIG SALE! STOCK This will be a regular Farmers Exchange Sale with plenty? of outsidejbuyers. Crawley-Campbell Auction Co. Sales Agents, Hopkinsville, Kyi ' r Come and hear Col. Iglehart and Son, the Twin Auctioneers. ' ' ' ' . " t REAL ESTATE tloe aepi 1 p- -nfhiiTK earner 3, oo, We will sell absolutely to the highest bidder some of the best business and residence property in the city of Hopkinsville, and also a sub-division sale of Farm Property one of the best farms on Nashville Pike, be? tween Hopkinsville and Pembroke, Ky. All of this property has been put into our hands to close out without reservation We make the terms and you make the "price. Watch the...

Publication Title: Kentuckian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Kentuckian. — 17 September 1919

- "ili Mil 1 1 Ni IKx llil H i Established 1G79. Vol. XLI- -No.45 KOPKINSVILLE, KENTUCKY, WEDNESDAY SEPT. 17. 1919. HtESSj$6,000 1IB MAI NOTABLE- SMALL DOSES o -o o The postoflice. parcel post 'vgales i MULT PAID nis SPEAKERS TO o 00 i miiir A??rnn ! .. - ; tststsi . .'. . mm -.uuiMiiio iiUitc mum mil will, be discontinued Sept. 25, be- cause not more than ten per cent of the supplies' have been taken ' .. The' Democratic opponents of the . League of Nations in the Senate have . narrowed down to Reed, Gore.Shields Thomas and Smith, of Georgia. . Representative Wm. L ; Upshaw, of Atlanta, Ga., is a preacher, who holds ' an occasional revival in Washington.! 'Nrame sounds like he might be kin to lpihaw Wooldridje. . ' Representative Wm. D. Upshaw of Atlanta," Ga.,' is a preacher, who ..holds an occasional revival in Wash Ington. ' Name sounds like he might be.kfnd td Upshaw Wooldridge. f Stonewall Jackson, a 5 year old boy had three fingcr3 blown off While fooling with a dynamite cap ...

Publication Title: Kentuckian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Kentuckian. — 17 September 1919

The Kcntuckian. for Mayor politician. and not a Republican Published Every Wednesday and Sat-J urday Mornings by THE KENTUCKIAN CO. Clias. M. Meacham ...Editor Herschel A. Long.. Business Manager Established as Hopkinsville Con lervative in 1866. Succeeded by Hopkinsville Democrat 1876. Pub lished aa the South Kentuckian 1879 to 1889. From 1889 to 1918 as The! Kentuckian. Setting in motion State machinery to check food profiteering in Virgin ia, it was announced after -conferences between Gov. Davis and Co1 C. R. Kiely, secretary of the State Council of Defense, that price fixing committees would begin operations this week in Richmond and seven other principal cities throughout the State. Fifty-Third Year of Publication SUBSCRIPTION RATES: Due year by mail....." $2.00 One year by carrier . ?2.00 Sorter terms at same proportionate rates " Adverting Kates on Application 212 SOUTH MAIN STREET. The police commissioner of Bos ton, backed by Attorney General and Governor refused . to rein...

Publication Title: Kentuckian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Kentuckian. — 17 September 1919

f r t K cry of i irtHur: "jnrar V s jcss and Ei; norms with. 1'fcisl Eetum to Health It will do you good to read It No matter how long nor bow much you have suffered, do not give up hope. Do not docide there la no help for you. There is. Make up your mir.i to get well. You can. There U a remedy la which you may place full reliance as did Mrs. Itozalla Kanla of 39 Silver Street, New" Britain, Conn. This is what Bhe nays: "I had cramp3 for three years and thought. I would never be any better. I could not eat without distress. Slept with my mouth open and could hardly breathe. No medicine helped me. I had catarrh of tlje stomach. Now I hare no cramps and am feeling well and healthy. I wish every Buffering person would take PE-RU-NA. Catarrh effects the mucous membranes la any organ or part PE-RU-NA. by refrulatlnjc tha digestion and aiding elimination, sends a rich, pure supply of blood and nourishment to the sick nd inflamed; membranes and health returns. ' . .-, - For cdTighs, colds,...

Publication Title: Kentuckian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Kentuckian. — 17 September 1919

!T UNUSUAL AUlTJiMEIlC I P""- v-l.t'-f", --" v " " ' "Vvr- V J ' j " 1 A., SFEDIllE Democratic Host. Prepar.nff Dinnei For 10,000 To 15,000 People Next Saturday. , ' Ctiper L. Yost, St. Loui Editor Writes of Bond Interest and Saving Stamp. h ( Preparations are under way fpi "Democratic barbecue' here next Sat urday on a mammoth scale. Here - l onimit inls ordered are some oi c-- One hundred sheep and hogs, re- quiring one oarrei oi "j pounds of cayenne and black pepper three dozen lemons and one case of sauce. , Two thousand loaves of . bread 10,000 trays and 1,000 tin cups. For burgoo: Five hundred ears of corn, a whole bushel of butterbeans two bushels of Irish potatoes and 25 hog livers. . Twenty-six cooks and helpers ana twenty-five loads of wood. FOR SALE! . Farm of about 200 acres of good Red Clay land near Julien, Ky. Price $65.00 per acre on easy terms. T.S. Knight & Co. Before Christmas days arrive tht people of the United States will re ceive in interest on Liberty Bon...

Publication Title: Kentuckian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Kentuckian. — 17 September 1919

pact: ;vi- o PURELY PERSONAL o'$'one t0 Beth Male College, at Rus- o o- sellvdle1 VVIw"; we Inlaeale 'Motiawks Mohawk Non-skid Tread v Mohawk Cords and Fabrics Know Tires. It's Our usiness To Know Them We've been selling them for 5 years Wo handle Mohawk Tires because we investigated the various, makes offered lis and find that Mojiawk Tires give so much more mileage than the average and do it so consistently that buyers come back for more just as a matter, of course. . You can readily see why we are building up a successful tire business with a tire like this to sell. MOHAWK CORDS ar easy on your car, make your car ride better and 'Afisl longer. Investigate MOHAWKS AT. . " Incorporated. FARM EQUIPMENT STORE . K 11,1 KPi ' Jill XL " ' III ' ; .:. Ill . - . .. I!l ,u - '- Manyfins Aro Sol J. Anynumber of hen3 that are nol .i;?aming their feed bills are being sold in Iocalittes where culling demonstra- tions are in progress. Thr?e men oi the Extension Division of the Col lege of Agric...

Publication Title: Kentuckian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Kentuckian. — 17 September 1919

'.a f 9(11 A F 'IIS Si r-, : 1 ' v N'-n Cost.?-.? firUiH IWI.rs . . ? tiZ wire. Godden Tells How It til May be Passed in Safety and Comfort, i Hi)'. For Infants ani Children. : hiAi bisilhUL hi J fip I mi l 1 i S H 8 5 i i !,-. HI I i ! .a JSS f 1, ! (ill t mi Vvls fcm it, ui' iwp.T 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. t JlVVe carry a complete tine of Fine Granite, Glass and China Ware; most anything you may wantjin these lines. Give us a call when injneed of thee articles. ' Give us vour business and we will appreciate same. Make us your headquarters when in the city- fj Wejbuy CountryTroduce. Call us' and get ourjprices. Clark Co. Incorporated Phones: 79 and 118. - 13 'lllllllllllllllIIIIIlBBBIBBlllllBIIflBllllQ Tremont, 0. "I was passing through the critical period of life, being forty- six, years ui age ana had all the symp toms incident...

Publication Title: Kentuckian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Kentuckian. — 17 September 1919

: , if 1 "' ". BOOTH TAmUNOTCN t COPYHT(3HTBVTX)UBLDAY.PA&E & CCMPANYE. .-...;...::--:.:.t"-:;.;.;.:,., SYNOPSIS. CHAPTER XXI. Seelnir the Impossl un ity of the two of thorn giving on his IS a week, George goes to work for a big chemical company and la put in charge of the nitro-glycerin department. . CHAPTER XXir.-The industrial growth of the town mpletely wipes out tha "Amberson Addition," the very name dlB jippearinfj from the archives. George's cart is broken. In a fit of abstraction George Is run over by an auto, having both his leg broken, and suffering Inter. Iial Injuries. He Is taken, to the City - hospital. CHAPTER XXin-News of George's ln ' Jury turned Eugene's thoughts more en . tlrely upon Isabel. JJever had she seemed so near him; and he calls on a spirltual , lntic medium. There he has communion with what he believes to be Isabel's spirit. . fihe urges him to "be kind" to George, and "he finds his fierce resentment ' waning. Going to the hospital to visit the ...

Publication Title: Kentuckian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Kentuckian. — 17 September 1919

:acz eight A A. A A' A A A A 7V'VVVvV y Vv V V ' V' V' V V ''V A .A, .fN o 7- r-TN ; I J i i ; ! i - ! 1 ' i t.S l J V. ..a V' t i -v'' E. J V. J I THE iiU ii eoeeooeoo If u 21 fi n. r """"v I I ! i i ! ! 6 I B J ' it' s i ) i :iLi A 11 tf' ...... OF . $ Faren r7 O A ex TCo cfT F O - ibJa Qj- .,'fcn . 7'. OIL Mrv T n r? .-.. Tair" iirnti miA Roseboroughs The place of snap py clothes and Men's furnishings of all kinds. Our Specialty Society Brand Clothes. See our values at $50.00 RoseBorough's Incorporated 11 iae 1T iirse ii arm mm In Our Offerings You Hare a Very Wide Selection To Choose Frcn. Not only will you get your $50.00 worth, you will get a far greater a& tual value, as we are assoviated man ufacturers and retailers and offer our wears direct from the factory to you. If you have ever traded with thjs firm you will appreciate the prize called from this store, if you haven't, you will have the opppr tunityyf learning what real values in good merchandise are. Attend the sal...

Publication Title: Kentuckian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Kentuckian. — 20 September 1919

. n r :;(j. iirii i! jivj 7 -' - I i ( Established 1879. Vol. XLINo.46 cSlffi USE WILL ' ! Louis Gaebel," of Henderson, . has .- . leased Hotel Madison . at Madison- . The death toll in the Texas hurri '. ,cane is "still .increasing as later re- - norts come in. The total is now - '. about 260.." ' A man named Reidelsheimer, at Vincennes, Ind., has petitioned the . court to Americanize his name into ' . ' Redels. . ' - . , . ' ' - . if any of the Republicans feel in 'clined to "go up m the, air" over any thing orated at the Fair Grounds to day, an airplane will be available. ' ''rr.t n ' 1.1- - j;jnlA I r t PnuAmnv fit T .mi Ja?i11 "a businessman, is busy trying to ex plain some of his dealings to the ' High Cost of Living Investigators. Tmma Goldman and Alex Berk- man, anarchists whose prison terms will soon expire in New York will at once be re-arrested and held for de portation. ' ' A New" Jersey woman left a trust fundlof $1590 to support her par rot. The income of $7.50 a month...

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 September 1919

v.- - The Kcntuckian. Dili iZ 1 I 1 i 1 I is Published Every Wednesday and Sat urday Mornings by THE KENTUCKIAN CO. Chas. M. Meacham Editor Herschel A. Long.. Business Manager Established as Hopkinsville Con- lervative in 1866. Succeeded by Eonkinsville Democrat 1876. Pub- fcahed 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 .'. . 2.00 One year by carrier $2.00 i&orter terms at same proportionate , rates HEADS REVOLT AThDHE Offic rs Disarmed and Union Fiune and Italy Is Proclaimed. of Couphs ana coIO.h . weaken! nr. Get Mil of them hs i kl ;.h run. CT.torrh in ar.y :..m s.ijjs in vitality. Fl:iit it f-nrl fipht ti l id, There is a icniIy to ht '.p you c'i it a medk-iue of forty- vi-n yi.'uV itablishcd rr.erit. Try (it.. . PP. ,LR5J I.Wrt Advertising Kates on Application 212 SOUTH MAIN STREET. Entered at the Hopkinsville Postof fice as Mail Matter of the Second : Class. SATURDAY, SEP...

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 September 1919

a a -3 El 01' ' a a n 1 i ' ! ' 5' i" H U J Mil . 0? 3iFr 1 o Nice five-room cottage, on East Side South Walnut Street, in Hopkinsvi)l ICy , House Nuirber 1 222. Large lot 60 foot frontage, running back 375 feet. Nice shade in yard, well set in grass, stable and outbuildings, good cistern c n back porch, splendid neighborhood. Will be sold at Court House door - Saturday, September 27, f AT THE HOUR OF 1 1 O'CLOCK A. M. TERMS-One-third cash, balance in equal payments, due in one and i wo years, notes secured by lien on property. Warranty deed. We s invite inspection of place. Reserve right to reject any and all b ds. City Bank & Trust Co. Executor Mrs. M. V. Elgin, Deceased. Breathitt & Allensworih, Attys. for Ex. htm 7? ' OTHER Telia How Lydsa E. Pbkham! Vegetable Compound Restored Her Health. iiSSTED ORfffflT iff m Philadelphia, Pa. "I was very wealf, always tired, my back ached, and 1 felt sickly most of the time. I went to a doctor and he said I had nervous indi gestion, ...

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 September 1919

tiii : ir i f Ann 1 I rLJUV UUU' i l : j y ! Woi 11 A .J 0 llitd! ilSillWlLL HEP SATURDAYS ) I J i High School Will Open Season With v the Princeton High ' School. i ! . ' - i J '. S !' : - ). I ,. j " f V i' If SEP 2S ,1 homp&on 5 i ffl "fc v The first scrimmages of the local football season were held on the High School gridiron during the pasf week. The continued hot weather has interferred to some extend, but Coach Radford reports that the work outs so far snow tnai were la an abundance of good "material, which can be whipped into a winning team. The first game of the season takes place on Saturday, September 27th, when the High School plays Prince ton High on the local grounds. The line-up of the team in the first game will probably be selected from the following men: n . Center Capt. Cantrell, D. Gar rott. Guards Tom Wood, Major, Tan dy, Fort. - ' ' ; Tackles Capt. Cantrell, Campbell, Kobt. Rives. 1 Ends J. Garrott, W. Radford, yVm. Ellis, H. Wood,, L., Sacks. Quarter Steel...

Publication Title: Kentuckian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Kentuckian. — 20 September 1919

U.I 1 fA ili. UiUV "hi Every farmer 'knows that soil should be pulverized be cause plants can gef no nourishment out of lumpy, cloddy land. Sometimes farmers have been compelled to plant in this kind of land on account of short help or ca account of lateness' of season ' of bthercDrtditions. Every farmer should know that the Oliver Double Gang Pulverizer Will Re- move These Conditions. mm mi at until Tie HAVE UNEARTHED ....... Louis ville.Ky., Sept.. 18.-One Tiu-sday .Sept lfth. the following is clipped from the, Louisville Courier-Journal on the HIGH COST OF LIVING IN KENTUCKY. Thia is very good material on account of the fact that Mr. Ballard is the candi date for Lieutenant GOVERNOR on i . the ccrnn:33:oa that Hr.'.lzrdl P .ffc--,. j ' No. Lumps Escape This , ' : Implement. , It crushes every clod brought to the surface by the plow, it will dig deep and pack the soil from the bottom of the furrcv. This pulverizer makes an ideal seed bed. Prevents blowing and prevention of Winter ...

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 September 1919

n Li SiOLLt; l ' t t i -V O O o f i i!iiiem Described "As T . crrare V Relieved by Clark-Draught. mm ' ffflfc a i r E0J5TI1 TAIHONGT0N mi m . i . i I DtllllMIIM .-..a. fl3OiPVHT(3HTt0teLEnY.PAGE & COMPANY CHAPTER XXIIT-News of George's In Jury turned Eusens's thoughts more en ' tlrely tipon Isabel. Never had she deemed so near lilm, and he calls on a splrltual ' Istlo medium. There he has communion wfth what he bfllleves to he Isabel's spirit. - She urces lilm to "be kind" to Ueorge. and he. 'finds' flerrs resentment waning. Going to the hospital to visit the unfortu nate youth Morgan finds Lucy at the bed side.' The plight of ' the young man and the pallor of his face gives him such a wonderful resemblance to Isabel that the j old hate la banished and George's plea ! for forgiveness Is readily accorded bjr Doth i Lucy1 and herJ father. ! PCi) J imii $ I i. nomethln? In a boo'E. ' " v 1 ; " Eugene read a report of the accident In the next morning's paper.1 ne was on the; train, ...

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 September 1919

, .,J- Cvau :' .-:"- - PROrTTEEERS Net Contents lSriiiirtflrachm 10 PROSECUTE I ()ff0-: 1 .if S;:. o a BHI j . S s is rr '.3'2 M i .ALCOHOL-3 PER CENT. ' AVegcfablcIYcparationforAs simil.-itinSthelood by Rcgula 1inS1hcStcnudis nDawtsa Thrrehv Pfomoiin Digestion . Cheerfulness ana kcslwuuu i neither Opitim.Morplunen Mineral. Not xxAhcotiv JhaifkinSM Mx Semn AxhUtSut ' Worm Smi ClanfudSapir a Kotnful Remedy for Constipationand Diarrhoea. andFewrishness aml LOSS OK i- resulting iherefromMnlnfany IacSi"!lc Sijatureol For Infants and Children. F.l othsrs J(n 0YJhat Genuine'Castoria' Always Bears the Signature of LW (M Use X For Over Thirty Years If Retail Co.t I Not Lowered With in Reasonable Time Action I Expected. Exact Coiv of Wrapper. ' THC CKNTAUH COMPANY MCW YORK CITT. W-ii'.'". IIP The fact that important decreases were on the local market some time ago in prices of hogs, and that the consumers of pork have not benefitt ed as the obviously should, is' receiv ing the attention of t...

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 September 1919

1J fl t PACE EIGHT i f S) vs. L2 A.ufl ( ; up OF oetmeofte .ha. ' . 3' ' 11 opt. 2fMai, J THE N0UR8E FARM SALE j; SeveirMiles on Nashville Pike ' at 10 a. m. . - , On.'Sept. 25, 1919 at 10:00 a. m. we shall sell at Public Auction on the premises of what is known as the Nourse farm now owned by Spicer & Hill located seven miles from Hopkinsville, on the Dixie Bee Line lying 206 acres on the south side of said pike and 22 acres of timber land on the north side of said pike. This is one of the most desirable farms between Hopkinsville and Pembroke, being in the strawberry belt and having one of the best crops on -it you could find anywhere in the county. , ' This farm is being sold for division and will go absolutely to the highest bidder and there is no reservation whatsoever. When you stop bidding the farm will be sold. ' We are going'fb sell this farm in four separate tracts : ; " ""' First we will sell 120 acres as Tract No. 1, together with all the improvements. Then we will s...

Publication Title: Kentuckian, The
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