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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Kentuckian. — 19 April 1919

YOU NEED US h i: : ZsUUished 187D. Vol. XLI No. 5 HOPKINSVILLE, KENTUCKY , SATURDAY, APRIL, 19 1919. 1 'J Small D oses IN MEMOR1AM Somewherf: in France, where duty led, , He filled a-patriot grave. ' .The lark sings high above his head. Only the lark knows the hallowed bed Where lies our soldier brave. . Sacred the ground where a soldier ' sleeps. ' Who came at his country's call. Onward the tide of battle sweeps, Only? the lark o'er his bosom weeps, ."Yet he gave to the world his all. ' ' H. S. Whitney in Leslie's. Told you not to take 'em off too soon. During the present month 275,000 American soldiers will return from Europe. A blind-tiger drink in West Vir ginia is called "Old Hen." . It is said to make ideaj cocktails. You have never heard anything about the resolutions of the apostles Vf &hut a great deal about their Acts. ';- ' . j ". A Washington man got mad and threw the clock at his wife. Trying to make a ten-strike, perhaps. The invitations sent to the Huns to ' atten...

Publication Title: Kentuckian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Kentuckian. — 19 April 1919

The Kentuckian. Published Every Wednesday and Sat urday Mornings by THE KENTUCKIAN CO. Chas. M. Meacham . , llerschel A. Long... Thos. D. Roberts. , . Editor . . . . Assistant .City Editor Established as Hopkinsville Con servative in 1866. Succeeded by Hopkinsville Democrat 1876. Pub lished a the South Kentuckian 1879 to 1889.' From 1889 to 1918 aa The Kentuckian. " ' Fifty-Third Year of Publication 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. Evansville will have an opportun ity on Thursday, April 24, to hear the tragic story of Louvain at first hand. A man who was probably in a better position than anyone else to know the real ' f rightfulness of the .German, occupation of Belgium will visit Evansville and deliver an ad dress. This man is Dr. Alfred Meri nex, who was mayor of Louvain throughout the- German occupancy Be is one of the most distin...

Publication Title: Kentuckian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Kentuckian. — 19 April 1919

! nr- :Cl!LIA3 TEST FSR GUILT lERIKKfl L if-- Most of Us Would Rather Take Chances With Even a Jury That la Prejudiced. ildrcn Cry for Fletcher's 5207 . . , - . $. L Tr Will mnlfp ih KPAsnn nf 1910, nt mxr hnrn nno m-ilo Rnntli Af Won. kinsyille on Clarksville Pike at (Renshaw place) at $10 to insure mare in loai. - i ' - CANADIAN PRINCES is a very dark bay; 15 hands high;' star snip and hind feet white: with the conformation and natural style at bothends; so characteristic of the Lexington family of hor ses. The speed; action and bold ways of going of the Chiefs and the gaits of the Denmarks. You will not find in all thjs country a stallion of his age 'and handling that can show you the action in the trot and go. the gaits like this grand stallion, and there is positively no stallion before the public whose blood lines can approximate hi3, aid Tfrlth such a combination of style and action, coupled with his individuality and breeding he is sure to breed the highest class combined ho...

Publication Title: Kentuckian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Kentuckian. — 19 April 1919

t 1 ft? 3 i't N , i u ! I o o Incorporated . .....,'...:..;.,,.. : HI ay? 13 o .9 r- THE KEtlTUCIIIAh rTTi Ml iT Easter Raiment for Women and Hisses at Unusually Low Prices for This Season Beautiful models developed in the finest materials, including 'Tricbtine, Men's Wear Serge and Poiret Twill. Copies of the smartest models finely tailored and prettily lined, suitable for all types of figures, small, medium and stout Specially priced $25.00, $35.00 and $45.00. A ' A ' Capes and Dolmans $13.45 Fashioned of Velour, Serge, Silver tone, Tricotine. Varieties which in clude every new and desirable style. Specially priced at $13.75, to $45.00 . Spring Dresses OF Georgette arid ffeta AT A A A A; A m $25? $352 n jOvely ouses OF it -- K' Georgette and Crepe ,de V Chine AL 86.50 to Q 18.50 t r?i w w w v w v.- KvwiwfiXf INDU itjdu inuu i n D u For a LIMITED TIME we will sell INDU THREE BOTTLES FOR $2.50 One Package Nerve Tablets FREE All Hopkinsville Drug Stores I rj D u INDU INDU ITJDU BALL ...

Publication Title: Kentuckian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Kentuckian. — 19 April 1919

fi THE KENTUCKIAN n r"i r ' 9 w. ... ' i f I -J lwAv j . ....J . -i Lj i j ' r"j "w rm rl"i we. Incorporated. , , ' week-end' o .... it L'i'ii m" . I V- uvim - istf &aaaaaal taJ sBaaaaa3 " Friday - Saturday - Monday Cash Only Buys-Nothing Sent C. 0. D. j . ''-v .'or On Approval."-' '.. . ; . r.5Q MADE SHEETS, 8Sc Good quality ready made Bleached ' Sheets, size 72x90 inches j L15 value. Pricd Special for Week-End Selling; QRi i , each . , . p ... , i, Ay;''";." .; "3 fr $2.50 ' . 35c MARQUISETTE CURTAIN NET, 28c ? Marquisette Curtain Net, with neat hemstitched border; in White Cream and Beige. 35c quality. . Week End Price the , j 35c SHIRTING CHEVIOT, 25c .. " Best quality shirting Cheviot, in Plain Blues and Neat Stripes, suitable for Men's Shirts, Children's Rompers, and Womens OQp House Dresses. 35c quality. Week-End Price, the yard.'. ,LO 65c PEPPERELL SHEETING, 50c Pepperell Bleached Sheeting, 10-4 width (90 inches wide) 65c yard .... ........... . tfn WW As the old sayinp:...

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

I TO THE HAND OF FATE mi urn i mi WIL! .1 ILDA MORRIS. Paris, April 15. Responsibility of the German Emperor for the war and the means of bringing him to trial by one of the allied - nations proba bly Belgium, ha been definitely de termined by the council of four. This follows a definitely decision on the terms of reparations for the war damages, whereby $5,000,000 must be paid within the next five years, and an interallied commission to assess the remaining damage for 30 years begining May U 1921. Thus two greatest obstacles for an early peace have been removed and the pe riod of extreme tension over the in- flat prospect It was raining that morning and a gray pail of. ennui seemed to hang over Cissy's empty day that stretched ahead. Of course, she should not have felt bored with so many things to d dusting, cleaning, sewing, all the tasks demanded by the core of her brother Tom's new house. But she was bored. Girls of wenty-two want more than' household tasks to dream of, and more...

Publication Title: Kentuckian, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Kentuckian. — 19 April 1919

i 1 TilZ KEliTUCIIIAU' COE T. JETT, D. V. M ?-' " ------ - i Veterinarian V . Office phone 19 residence pkone 572 TO-- IP iiSILE Hopkinsville Coffee Co., Incorpor ated, receives coffee direct, roasts evry' day. " Roasted coffee is cooked food apd should be immediately us ed to get 'ul value of aroma, taste and strength. '.. t 1 Progre I Efficiency : Economy )y ; ; Telephone No. 300. , Old Reliable For best of all kinds ... 0f INSURANCE v " See J. II. HIGG1NS & Their motto Quick and Liberal-Adjust-of all losses. J MONEY TO LOAN . The Hopkinsville Building & Loan ' Association (incorporated) is prepar ing to make loans on reasonable terms to buyd, buy or improve homes in the ri:xr Annlv t.n BAILEY RUSSELL, Treas. RAILROAD TIME SCHEDULE I ILLINOIS CENTRAL R. R. , North Bound - 332 leaves at 5:35 a. m. for Prince. - ton, Paducah, Cairo and Evans- ville. ' 302 leaves at 11 a. m. for Princeton, 3t .."jiconnects for East and West. 32Wleaves at 8:05 for Princeton. ' South Bound. 323...

Publication Title: Kentuckian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Kentuckian. — 19 April 1919

a Kaa2aeaL.22a2BacBsaas; rf l-f TO W (T : 1 a a a n ts a u B H B B B B B B B B B n B B '4 r ; i : i ! : . . - v. . ;v in 1 f 77 ANA I JW U K t i .r www : i 'f, I. Successor to Lavvson Faxon 'i' l ! n"""'"i 1 f i 14 Ninth and Main ; Hopkinsville, Kentucky "Playerphone" !i i ' - I ' . .Mr1 'i - i it . s? 'Playerphone R ,. tl K R IS El . U B B B B B B Deeds-Not Words-- Come in and hear Al. Johnson, Jno. McCormack, Gluck, Galli Curchi, Sam Ash, Henry Burr, Bert William?, Arthur Fields, and scores of our favorite singers and fun makers. You will enjoy the wonderful quartette singing "In the Evening By the Moonlight" and the Trinity Choir singing "Nearer, My God, to Thee:" the beautiful hvrmUhat was sung by the passengers of the ill-fated . I itantic while it was sinking. '''.. The "Playerphone" plays any make of Record without special attachment. - B 13 HI KIRKWOOD'S Store is More YOUR STORE Than KirkwoodV-Without You It Cannot Th rive cr r: I? ' r: inBBHBBBBBlBnBBHBMHBaBBBHBaBBHBBBBlHnB...

Publication Title: Kentuckian, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Kentuckian. — 23 April 1919

IAS W . ! i 1 I A I ! iblished 1879. Vol. XLI No. 6 HOPKINSVILLE, KENTUCKY , WEDNESDAY, APRIL, 23 1919. ; V, Small Doses Another April 'shower fell yester day, but fair weather is promised for today, ' Now conies' a shortage of silk, due no doubti3 the hight cost of cocoons nd the. advance in worm Jabor. The simplified spelling book has elected 30 new words to be spelled as they sound. . . ' , . . The cross rpa'ds. oracle says: The More machinery a . farmer buys the more brains he's j$tto put in farmin . Detriot wiped out the disgrace of sending a regiment of mutineers to Russia by exceeding its Victory Bond quota, by $2,000,000 in one day. I Still another Bowling Green man has shied his, castor into the ring. Thit.time.it is Prof. R. S. EubanksJ . who wants' to be Superintendent of Schools. y : ; " Louisville's new directory gives the 1 07Q AOfi rAYvnlotirTi .in inrpflap 1 Y-l 4,362- in one year. A two per ; 'Vint increase looks like Louisville is aboufgrown.' . . , . ' Officers' o...

Publication Title: Kentuckian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Kentuckian. — 23 April 1919

The .Kcntuckian. Published Every "Wednesday and Sat urday Mornings by THE KENTUCKI AN CO. Cbas. M. Meacham. . , Ilerschel A. Long; . . . Thos. D. Roberts. . . . Editor . . .Assistant .City Editor Established as JJopkinsville Con- eervative in 1866. Succeeded by Hopkinsville Democrat 1878. . Pub lished as the South Kentcckian 1879 to 1889. From 1889 to 1918 as The Kentnckian. Fifty-TWrd Year of Publication SUBSCRIPTION RATES One year by mail. $2.00 One year by carrier $2.00 Shorter terms at same proportionate rates GLAD TOTESTiPY Says Watoga Lady, "As To Ytat Cardui Has Done For lie, So As To Help O'Jsers." Advertising Rates on Application 212 SOUTH MAIN STREET. All Americans who saw service in Italy, have returned home. The Hillman property in Trigg county is to be stocked with 30 deer. ' o - In spain a woman's mantilla is held sacred by law and ia not sold for debt. Two aviators were killed by a fall at Venice, Cal., and one at San An tonio, Tex., Thursday. Iowa has joined the suff...

Publication Title: Kentuckian, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Kentuckian. — 23 April 1919

i2 11 VVliJ IRISH BRIDES T71 1 4, Many United States Sailors Mar' ry in Ireland. C 'Net Contents 15Fluid Practorl -lil W I V . I i A WE know this vill be your verdict after careful ex amination, investigation, and trial of the COMET CENTENNIAL SIX, which for more than a yearjhas had the approval of the public as a quality car. The new designs and further development of the COMET CENTENNIAL SIX has been worked out by engineers of national reputation, thus the correctness and prac ticability of the car are assured, as well as its entire up-to-dateness in every particular. No effort has been spared in perfecting the COMET CENTENNIAL SIX, that the purchaser may be afforded the greatest car value of the season. We know that its outward beauty will appeal to you, that you will be pleased with its roomy and commodious interior, comfortable seats and fine appointments, and agreeably surprised at its unusual smooth and powerful performance. SEE IT-TRY IT ENJOY IT The Comet Automobile Company...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Kentuckian. — 23 April 1919

DKEI1D GLIB INjOUSY SESSION LECTURE OF COL. CLARENCE BLAKEMORE ON THE WEARING OF WIGS COL. M. D. KELLY'S INVENTION Demonstration of Hi Wonderful "C- Ray Spectacle," That Will See Through Seal Skm Coat, L by one of thfc club's members. He said he would attend to the matter some time, in the near' future and if the invention would do all that was claimed for it he would break the news to the other members as gent ly as possible and would start the inventor on the high road to prosper ity by buying eight pairs of the spectacles, one pair for, each week day ana two lor bunday. Col. Kelly received many congratu lntinns nn his invontion. Tip hnnps to sell a pair to every baldheaded man m the United !btats. FOOD PRICES INCREASED DURING MONTH OF MARCH Washington, April 18. Foodstuffs increased in price in March after pub lic hopes of a return to normal levels had been raised by a decrease in Feb' ruary, said a report today by the bu reau of labor statistics.' - As a whole 22 articles of foo...

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

-. j .r; .iiiiiiiEimicraAt. " " ; ... v P (Y GAL1ERA tJEIl SCENES OF WARFARE AND PEACE IN GERMANY "'1 ! BID GREAT VOOECfT Photographers in British Air Serv ice Had Important Part in War. VERE AWKWARD AT FIRST j - t - . 1 Any delay in building is liable to cost you higher prices for lumber and materials; "Spy Dropping" Another Feature of . Work of Aviation Section Devel. oped Toward End of War Much Information Gained. . You can't afford to wait in ex it pectation of lower.lumber prices. There is bound to be a tremen- clous building demand, and prices $ are more apt to advance than to vf decline. Come to tis now and we will save you more than we can later.' Mi. Co. I INCORPORATED. MMMMMMMM HOG CHOLERA LOSSES . ON STEADY DECLINE Since 1913, when the United States Department of Agriculture began work to control hog cholera, the dreaded disease has become less and less destructive each year. A force averaging 165 federal vet erinarians have been maintained, working in co-operation with s...

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

1 THE IIEHTUCIIIAI Serjeant Calling 'Em, Down The Read this Story of Jeffersonville and Be.Sure About It i TOUl ' HOME. TOWN" m THE UNITED STATES ? u I J! M' . -1 If You Are Annexed to Hunland ; You Should Soon Find It Out . Patriotism Is Asleep In Some Places and Must Be j Awakened , IV By C. M. MORRISON, j jit General Press Bureau, War Leel ' Organisation, Eighth District Somehow the very first mention of i1fUi Liberty Loan left the llttlOj town of Jeffersonville cold. a ni vjt lAffitnionriUe had been produce house ana cream siaaon. "I dont ee how I am going to find any money for it,", Bald Ale Karnes, a big young farmer from up the turn pike. "I would like to buy some spring wheat seed and see If I can't pick up some of that JJ6 a bushel for wheat that the Government's guar anteed for this year. I think we could grow it around here if the season hap- Uatrtotio enough in the flaming days when the men of America were st'jpma to be Just about right, Yes, I ting their faces toward tn...

Publication Title: Kentuckian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Kentuckian. — 23 April 1919

a-i m i 53 n :-B Q R n n ' H n m B i- Successor to Lawson Faxon STORE 13 '3 , 'PJayerphone il. , . i Corrie in and hear Al. Jolson, Jno. McCormack, Gluck, Galli Curchi, Sam Ash, Henry Burr, Bert Williams, Arthur Fields, and scores of our favorite singers and fun makers. ' M You f. will "enjoy' the wonderful quartette singing "In the Evening By the Moonlight" and the Trinity Choir singing "Nearer, My God, to Thee;" the beautiful hymn that was sung i ' . fiL 'iifi I T:i ...u:l . ' ' oy me passengers oi uie Phone 3. , KIRK WOOD'S u u a a ii ... " BBBBBBBBBBBBiaDI UOSCOE T. JETT, D. V. M '-,W' "T Veterinarian ; ;OFFICE,PHONE 19. RESIDECHONE572 ,c . ' f , '. ' ' ' ' ' FROM BRAZIL TO- lOPBVILLE Hopkinsville Coffee Co., Incorporated,--receives' coffee direct, roasts every day. Roasted coffee is cooked food and should be immediately us ed to get full value of aroma, taste and strength. Progress I Efficiency : Economy . - ; Telephone No.' 300. For best of all kinds of . ." INSURANCE See J.; ...

Publication Title: Kentuckian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Kentuckian. — 23 April 1919

a - i t A ir " :' 0 4. ! t ) 1 O ii r- 1 V No. 1. 150 acres between Greenville and Madisonville Road 7-room house, good tobaccc barn, good' stock barn 40x32, magnificent water, plenty of timber (40 acres), two tenant houses. Possession June 20, with usual privileges; $2500.00 It would cost this to put up buildings on this farm; a wonderful investment. No. 2.' 150 acres on Madisonville Road, 2 nice houses, new tobacco barn, good old tobacco barn, good stable, orchard, fine water, plenty of timber, under fine fence; $5,000. No. 3. A farm of 135 acres, two miles from city on Cox Mi'l Road Can be divided into two splendid little farms with adequate improvements, for each A rare opportunity for suburban home. Divided to suit pur chaser. No. 4. 320 acres on Johnscn Miil Road, 8 .1-2 mi'es from Hopkinsville, on Rural Route. 2 1-2 miles from Kelly,, nearest railroatl station; 3 fine tobacco barns, new ten room house two good new tenant h uses, fine body of saw timber, running water the whol...

Publication Title: Kentuckian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Kentuckian. — 26 April 1919

ml a: wu ir.vrr ! V ' M ' ' ,- 7 1 i 1 . - ' "-M'V Established 1879. Vol. X LI No. 7 HOPKINSVILLE, KENTUCKY, SATURDAY, APRIL, 26 1919. 1 f 1 Ail Small Doses The Italians may fret and Fiume, at President Wilson is right. They ..re asking too "much. . v Says Barkus: "Dem Eyetalians eep sayin' dey gwine to leave Paris, 'en why don't Dago?" We will send you the Kentuckian nd any daily paper in Louisville, uoth one year for $6.00. J lsecause a ntii icwuin ...... pif with $1 in his will, Robert Merck ie, a' Cincinnati tailor, hanged him self. ' . : The President lias decided to. stay in France -another month and the George Washington will return with : a- load of soldiers. The 'Rhode Island legislature has passed a bill declaring that beer con Wining less than 4 per cent of alco fioKwill not intoxicate. . J- Papers sent as sample copies are . T 1 .1 1 . : 1 UnwK ers. If you have not subscribed yet, this may be your last free copy, Count von Bernstoff, former am- bassador to this country, ...

Publication Title: Kentuckian, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Kentuckian. — 26 April 1919

The Kentuckian. Published Every "Wednesday and Sat urday Mornings by . THE KENTUCKIAN CO. Chas. M, Meacham. Herschel A; Long. . Thos.. D. Roberts. . ...... Editor . . . .Assistant . . City Editor Established as Hopkinsville Con servative in 1866. Succeeded by Ilopkinsville Democrat 1876. . Pub lished as the South Kentuckian 1879 to 1889. From 1889 to 1918 as The Kentuckian. ' Fifty-Tbird Yer of Publication r SUBSCRIPTION RATES: One year by mail. ". $2.00 One year by carrier. ....... . .$2.00 Shorter terms at same proportionate . rates i STMT Mi! f Declare Use of Dirigibles and Air Planes Are Feasible For the Trip. Advertising ' Rates on Application 212 .SOUTH MAIN STREET. 5 POOR LOSERS. , The Buns are trying to shift re- eponsibility, now .that it is" up to them to cat. ' Appurtenances for an election such as voting booths, lists and clerks are all in readiness for an immediate plebiscite on the peace terms wheih" can be completed all aver , Germany in 48 hours, accord ins? to infor...

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

s, r ' s -. . '.I ' CISMTIBHHIIAIL- BIX- JE know this will be your verdict after careful ex v "v arnination, investigation, and trial of the COMET CENTENNIAL SIX, which for more than a year has had the approval of the public as a quality car. The new designs and further development of the COMET CENTENNIAL SIX has been worked but by engineers of national reputation, thus the correctness and prac ticability of the car are assured, as well as its entire up-to-dateness in every particular. No effort has been spared in perfecting the; COMET CENTENNIAL; SIX, that the purchaser may be afforded the greatest jcar value of the season. We know that its outward beauty will appeal to you, that you will be pleased with its roomy and commodious interior, comfortable seats and fine appointments, and agreeably surprised at its unusual smooth and powerful performance. SEE IT-TRY IT-ENJOY IT The Comet Automobile Company . ' . , Decatur, Illinois. ' -: David Smith & Son, Agents. ; TEiTillLYSVOLLEil...

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

! ! I i o & o t o . o : O f ? . o A s V "n. I You will Save Money On Your Heating System If You Contract Now! I',!." 1 it -in w -f The saving of from $10 to $15 on a Round Oak Pipeless Heating Sys tem recommends your immediate investigation. There are good busi ness reasons why you cap save this amount by contracting during this teri day campaign. . The heating systern may be in stalled later if you wish. Every We want you to know these interesting facts about tha contract carries with it assurance of the best possible installation, as well as personal supervision. It will be installed in accordance with blue prints supplied free by the Round Oak Engineering Department Remember, this offer is good on ly up to and including r no longer. The Thft PipelessTurrytce or t& t arle f It will heat your home year after' year with a generous volume of pure, warm, moist, ever-changing air, free from dust, gas and smoke. It will burn any and all fuels successfully and economically. It wi...

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