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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Kentuckian. — 24 September 1919

( ) I A j n i Established 187D. Vol. XLI No. 47 HOPKINS VILLE, KENTUCKY, WEDNESDAY, SEPT. 24. 1919. -OO oo o- o SMALL DOSES O O O CO OO' '"" Villa is planning a new drive, this ' time away from the border. -. " '. Hogs are steady this week at $16. 50' for top3. Wheat is up three cents. The King and Queen of Belgium are on their way-to the United States. .'Congressman KincheJoe has ' ap pointed Lucien Wells, Jr., to the. Na val academyat Annapolis. With 600 troops who came on the Imperatort there were ,115 French brides and 75 police dogs. . . . Wendling, the .murderer" who es caped from Frankfort, has had 'two years ,added to his life sentence. . - Nathan Morris, a wealthy young citizen, was shot from ambush while iff his garage at Fultdn, Ky. ' : ; . The many visitors in Hopkinsville are jfl'ordially welcomed by all citi zens. May they find their" stay in Elsie Wilson, an English girl who got into the United States disguised as a sailor lad, is held in New York and is begging to be...

Publication Title: Kentuckian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Kentuckian. — 24 September 1919

"ACE two 91 uiniio rrm iiLLiUNo run IEADS OLDIERS ; O o- i o o- -O OO OD STOCK MARKETS -O OO- Sept. 23. jump today especially strong, o o-o'nrn s?f n r 7 n 1 ; r u. i i J ,r 00 o o oiviiLVe i, EllEll. I I I mi s iuys- J Oil SillM FOOD LIST Corn took an upward September ccrn being Sept Dec. May OATS IviJUO :oct . . LARD Oet .. COTTON Dec. .. T. Kentucky families are being paid 326,053,040 in War Risk Insurance claims by Uncle Sam. He is making restitution to those whose sons and husbands died in the service their country during the greailT wars o all times. . There are 2981 insurance claims j Sept.. being paid in Kentucky through thej Dec . Bureau of War Risk Insurance ;ojMay . beneftci;l'ies r.anied at the time' ap-j ' plication .for ir.suriir.ee was made by ; FOn.iC the sdditr?, sailors' and mririhes,-no-.Y j Oct; . dead. The average policy carried. l these 2081 men was $,740. Disabled soldiers, as well as v.iJ ows and children and dependent par ents qf those who have died, are -be...

Publication Title: Kentuckian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Kentuckian. — 24 September 1919

i .mm urn 10IIIT OUT' 7,00 PEOPLE LAST SA TURDAV Gov. Black and Congressman Hardy The Principal Speakers, With Most of The Nominees Present. PRE THAN ENOUGH TO EAT FOR ALL The crowd at the Democratic rally Saturday was Aestimated at from 5, 000 to 7,000 by the number of din ner, trays distributed. The barbecue was served in the big cattle barn, "each person being supplied with a tray and passing through the barn would go out after being helped. S. L. . Cfiwherd was committeeman in char&Jj and his systematic manage ment was everywhere " apparent. There was an abundance for all to eat and some' whole carcasses wer left and were sold in the afternoon. I The crowd of Democrats included many from out of the state and all adjoining counties sent large dele gations. Nearly all of the nominees were present. Gov. Black did not speak until in the afternoon. Speakers who preceded him were: John W. Newman, Versailles, can didate for Commissioner of Agricul ture; Mat S. Cohen, Lexington, can...

Publication Title: Kentuckian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Kentuckian. — 24 September 1919

The Kentuckian. Published Every Wednesday and Sat urday Mornings by THE KENTUCKIAN CO. Chas. M. Meacham Editor Eerschel A. Long.. Business Manager Established as , Hopkinsville. Con lervative in 1866. ' Succeeded by Hopkinsville Democrat 1876. Pub lished as the South Kentuckian 1879 to.1889.. From 1889 to 1918 as. The Kentuckian. .' '.. '. i Tif ty-Third Year of Publication SUBSCRIPTION RATES: One year by "mail 1:00 One year by carrier. Shorter terms at same proportionate rates Advertising Rates on Application 212 SOUTH-MAIN STREET. . Entered at the Hopkinsville Postof fice as Mail Matter of the Second Class. - 5,000 i!o!p!2ss Orphans in South Are Asking tha Privileges of a Heme Baptists Are Providhj For That Many at Present in Fifteen Institutions But 'as Many More Are Waiting For Admission'-The 75 f.iifiion Canipaign-Plans to Meet That Need. WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 24TH DEMOCRATIC TICKET For Governor Jas. D. Black, Bar-bourville. fpnant-Governor W. H. Shanks. Stanford. For Auditor of...

Publication Title: Kentuckian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Kentuckian. — 24 September 1919

in ut it Lf ' THE RIGHT BAN One of the most impor r tant factors in your business success is having the right kind of bank to deal with. Too much care cannot be exercis- ..' ed in selection. The all important consideration with this bank is first to safeguard the money of its 'depositors and ':o render them such service as to in- increase their prosperity, and thus increase the value of the account. We extend every courtesy to bor- - rowers consistent with safety and will be glad to give you conscien tious advice on any business prob lem. RSST NATIONAL BP 1 :': - J:o.'.. - -EVANSVILLE-- Ifiil - mbt: v 'iff -' IjWl M Y.ITH nmrti -f- Eu- . jijj , . f- W ' rope laid waste by ' I .wr an( mins of men, jH v Veil women, and children stif- !j r S iT'i! fering from lack of food . (H and clothing, America f "TV -ji iwl" must produce more food, Pt x'' TSi Jiii ' .raise more stock, and . ; jV' l !U Wh' " make more clothing for r . ':t l'l ?: use overseas. I Our duty ., M j- J A? , has not ended...

Publication Title: Kentuckian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Kentuckian. — 24 September 1919

;.: r, ri:ft P; j j 7 nil ii'M ' i i ! 1 i I ? i ' -111 I M !n! Ml p mi! 1 hi M " ;V BHGUGliT CUf 7,003 PtQPLE LAST STOM (Continued Frciu Pzzq 1.) . I. - J FARMS AND rv property D0CTCH3. 9 5. 'T i;l Ifflompsoini s H7 OOF 2 po .IHHo J I In addition to the property listed in the full page advertisement in if this issue, we have added the following to be in eluded in our big Aue- . i tion Sale to be held at Thompson's Loose Floor Sept. 25, at 2 p. m. J Suburban Home ! ; Located on North Main street outside corporation limits, next door to the County Sheriff J. J. Cliborne. This . property fronts 75 feet on : Main street and runs .back taking in about three acres of land. Has nice rnttjuj-e. beautiful vard. eood stable, poultry house, rabbit " house, city water in the yard," also at the stable. Will make you a splen- Vdihhome'-if -you want to live. just- outside of the city limits where you - can raise chickens, hogs and truck. YOU ought to look this property over - so you will know on ...

Publication Title: Kentuckian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Kentuckian. — 24 September 1919

rif: .iJlS-.liVf-- A '. - Y o . O O O o o ' o.- A.'. ' a i ' I a "O' i. ' ' o S o o o A L. .-J -A, Av " . A ' A ' f A 4 A X r f X .-1 : rr V - "X V -.1 .v.A , x V ... t f .7f?i ' i , A A A , J t : ai 'Or ;Aids!it: Oct. !5th --j ;y i THE KENTUCKIAN WILL BE ISSUED 1 UJJAILalLj TMES WEEK Resuming its old form and print a Model Paper for the home Every Other Day - , ... F 0 R t A.: h ... A MAIL InSpite-vOf-'Tke-' Cost of Paper. The Price to Gity Subscribers Will be 'oifoi ODUU PER WEEK DELIVERED PiY6 6!ltS PER WEEK DELIVERED UNTIL OCTOBER 151E SUBSCRIPTIONS WILL BE TAKEN AT $2.00 A YEAR IF PAID IN ADVANCE 9,. - I-' S-VEAR AVERAGE .. Wliffl Fill Department Of Agriculture Makes Fall FarmioB Suj getion. - Wkahimrt-nn Sent 2? More wheat s - .,...UE..-, r- shoiwi- bfe sown this fall than "was the average in pre-war years, but not so .much should be sown, as was. sown last . year. This is the outstanding fall fanning recommendation of the United States Department of Agri culture,. which is wa...

Publication Title: Kentuckian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Kentuckian. — 24 September 1919

KELP FOR SEf,E!:.:; Us iV: I K i A FTEIt a month 8 Investigate ' conditions in Serbia and ej survey of Serbia's man-power ; lieutenant uoionei iiiagar u Hunie, Frankfort, Ky., an army officer, j heading the American commission for I relief service in the Balkans, has ree jomraended that the American Red Cross continue Ha work there for &' (least another year. ' f "The hospitals need help most des Iperaely.hfl reports. "If assistanc J is to come it must come promptly; jad Xt It 'la to come promptly It niual i proceed from American sources. The need for rubber is very great and . surgeons are forced to operate with --"out the protection of rubber gloves i wren in the most infectious cases. Soap im miuuier essential uui nas aisai jpeared. The lack of laundry soar j makes clean linen almost Impossible. By continued washing with caustics, rthe hospital linens have worn out and cannot be replaced. The most neces 'fsary medicines are no longer in the jhospltal stores." To assist In rel...

Publication Title: Kentuckian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Kentuckian. — 24 September 1919

fir' t Children Cry for FleisEior'o W vVOCn.VVCv-vnXVWw..-w v v- . The Kind You Have Always Bought, and which has been . la use for over thirty years, has borne the signature of and has been made under his per- ,. if,JJj??- 60nal supervision Bince its infancy.' Wury. &CcMbZ Allow no one to deceive' you in this. All Counterfeits, Imitations and "Just-as-good" are but Experiments that trifle with and endanger the health of Infants and Children Experience against Experiment. What is CASTORIA Castoria is a harmless substitute for Castor Oil, Paregoric, Drops and Soothing Syrups., It is pleasant. It contains neit'aer Opium, Morphine nor other narcotic substance. Its age is its guarantee. For more than thirty years it has f teen in constant use for the relief of Constipation, Flatulency, r . TVind Colic and Diarrhpea; allaying Feverishness arising therefrom, and by regulating the Stomach and Bowels, aids the assimilation of Food; giving healthy and natural sleep. The Children's Panace...

Publication Title: Kentuckian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Kentuckian. — 24 September 1919

I I A' '0000 000OOO00O0OO.OO0OO0 OOOOOO 0 v . mm i- P ' V W V V V V VVVVVV VVVVV9 vvvVv V V V 31. V V 1 000 0 0 0 O0OO00C CCi .Cv v : h w fin L... ,.-3 uj l I V. I 2 vJI OF A A. A A. -V Jff v V V V V V V W V'3 it i v. I I V V o 000000969 TP? Si infill It THE NOISE i suit afiid' ' City Property Seven Miles 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 bing sold for division and will go absolutely to the highest bidder and jthere is no reservation whatsoever. - v , When you stop bidding the farm wil...

Publication Title: Kentuckian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Kentuckian. — 24 September 1919

0 I i I S5 t i t I i I ! fFk y w T " VJ V' V :' viz I (rats OF .1 -II .0pii -Iby j?- in lira n. ; ilZLJ VU V.LL U.Q -Li V , THE NOURSE FHH SALE Seven Miles on Nashville Pike V 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 fifing sold for division and will go .absolutely to the highest bidder andhere is no reservation whatsoever. When you stop bidding the farm will be sold. We are going to sell this farm in four, separate tracts: First we will sell 120 acres as Tract No. 1, together with all the improvements. Then w...

Publication Title: Kentuckian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Kentuckian. — 24 September 1919

FAC i . h - .c - ' , t . lift . TAKE FLIGHTS iscnmiMtiiw Women HARRISON AND COMBS WILLI REMAIN HERE ALL THIS WEEK FOR FLIGHTS ' JAMES BREATHITT III GOES UP. v the. Have Enjoyed Thrill of a Trip Into the Clouds. I ftp TT) f3 (S I A 'ili k ' A ' ! r lit h;fii s ; i Inii.'Sff jf its 1 il C '71.;'- ;,lVr . V JT Mv I 6 i Several Ladie. , ill (if. , I oii can have button JDoots again now tuttpn boots with ''glistening patent leather vamps, tops of different colors, and lovely pearl buttons. Come in and see tins beautiful long-lmed new model investing your foot with the trim slimness of a young girls. Elegance at a reasonable price. -. tnvrar?. ; . km - . v- i ; 1 ' if J 11 ICeach Furniture Co. INCORPORATED. WHEN IT WAS CALLED- HORSELESS CARRIAGE The first New York show was held in'l900. In 1898 gasoline sold for 6 cents a gallon. The first four-cylinder caf was brought out in . 1900. InJ896 Barnum & Bailey said theyvould exhibit throughout the country a "horseless vehicle." In July, 1...

Publication Title: Kentuckian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Kentuckian. — 24 September 1919

u ,1 , n l WO Im Mil TM FLIGHTS .DiscFliiieatk HARRISON AND COMBS WILC REMAIN HERE ALL THIS WEEK FOR FLIGHTS j JAMES BREATHITT III GOES UP. ( of-W. -"JV J Several Ladies Have Enjoyed the) Thrill of a Trip Into the Clouds. 'rj; if ' p"if ,' tin"' mn 5 g Women A )a A A i . C'j: : ''i-m. '"'. i A I : You can kave -.button Boots again now tuttpn toots with" glistening patent leather vamps, tops of different colors, and lovely pearl buttons. Come m and see this beautiful long-lmed new model investing your foot with the trim slimness of a young girl s. Elegance at a reasonable price. 'Wall 'J - en'ov (Jim rrrrrrrvl VW :'i :! f I .'; ;:') ;-j ; Keacli F INCORPORATED. WHEN IT WAS CALLED ' HORSELESS CARRIAGE The first New York show was held in 1900. In 1898 gasoline sold for 6 cents a gallon. The first four-cylinder car was brought out in 1900. In 1896 Barnum & Bailey said theyvould exhibit throughout the country a "horseless vehicle." In July, 1898, the news was given that a plant would...

Publication Title: Kentuckian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Kentuckian. — 24 September 1919

f ACE T.VILVZ ttS DfMI v'WVVVVv . A ' -.,'.,', A , ' V .-W' " . V V V V V" V V v V V ' V V w V V v w v V' V " ' 'V "T- A "7 . T r L ' I 1 MVT I" i . ; -A 1!' M J 1 I MM N 1 N ' I M III JO-W I i A - jaw 1 f " '1 p- J . ' , t 1 " 1 f ' s - V I ... , . ! 'I - J 1 . M ; In 1 1 n l ! ! M I ! i rn nN W j lj LJ1 j Ly 1 r HERE'S a lot of talk going around about the peculiar condi 1 tions existing in the clothing markets about the scarcity of finer clothing, the flood of inferior goods, and so forth. , You really should ba cautious in buying, and i : .V ' ' v : ' ; : : . ..... v . , 1 M a it , m You don't need to worry if you come to this store. We sell Kuppenheimer clothes; they are made of all-wool; the best in the land; the tailoring sets the example for all others. A We make it our business to have such clothes for you; we want you to get the thing you like the best quality and value for the price you pay. That's our idea for service-giving. M If I y IIP 1 1 W mm i i WW"- J' I Copyright ...

Publication Title: Kentuckian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Kentuckian. — 27 September 1919

! 1 v V I Established 1G7D. Vol. XLI No. 48 HOPKINSVILLE, KENTUCKY, SATURDAY SEPT. 27. 1919. c o- -oo oo- CI HI ETHEL ASSOCIATION MEETS AT GUTHRIE SEPT. 30 c SMALL DOSES o I '' ' l The butter market is report 'firm' ance the weather has become cooler. j j In his speech at Eeno the Presi cent took care to divorce patriotism from politics. The new Capitol Hotel at Frank SHRS IE PRESIDENT WILLING TO : ILL STARTS ! ARBITRATE IWMD COIEIIIII CONCLUDES Tcird Largest of The Associations of The Baptist Denomi nation In Kentncky. Special Order On Second Day fort, restoring the old one, will cost 8350,000. ) After all, we are not to get rid f the "daylight savine" nuisance intil October 26th. . : England has released at once all j'nckage mail held since 1914. A vast quantity. ; V 'I j Edward Bok has resigned as' editor of the Ladies' Home Journal and will be succeeded Jan. 1 by H. O. Davis. ' V ; ' The Republicans are making a big effort to elect a congressman in the Seventh Alabama district t...

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 September 1919

The Kcntuckian. Pnblished Every Wednesday and Sat urday Mornings by THE KENTUCKIAN CO. Chaa. M. Meacham .....Editor Y: Herschel A. Long.. Business Manager Established as Hopkinsville Con J: lervative in 1866. ' Succeeded by Honkinsville Democrat 1876. . Pub J. bahed as the South Kentuckian 1879 to 1889. From 1889 to 1918 as The Kentuckian. - -V:T-- Fifty-Third Year of Publication SUBSCRIPTION RATES: On year by mail.' .....$2.00 One year by carrier . .J2.00 VLorter terms at same proportionate rates i I, AHvertiCTig Rates on Application 212 SOUTH MAIN STREET. : -. Entered at the Hopkinsville Postof- fice as Mail Matter of the Second Class. SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 27TH DEMOCRATIC TICKET For Governor Jas. D. Black, Bar- bourville. For IJentenant-Governor W. H, Shanks, Stanford. For Auditor of Accounts Henry M. Bosworth, Lexington. . For Court of ADDeals John A Goodman, Elkton. For Secretary of State. Mat S. Cohen, Lexington. For Attorney General F. E Daugherty, Bardstown. For Commissioner o...

Publication Title: Kentuckian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Kentuckian. — 27 September 1919

PAGE TUXES 4. sr ; i On Or About Oct. 15th 4 7 B 0 U a a THE KENTUCKIAN WILL BE ISSUED THE EE TIMES A WEEK Resuming its old form and print a Model Paper for the home Every Other Day F 0 R -rCr. v ah a Y I r I icr Y MAIL In Spite Of Trie HigK Cost of Paper. The Price to City Subscribers Will be icru in PER WEEK DELIVERED f-' 1 y S PER WEEK DELIVERED UNTIL OCTOBER 15TH SUBSCRIPTIONS WILL BE TAKEN AT $2.00 A YEAR IF PAID IN ADVANCE KNOCK THE CHILL These mornings in jumping out of bed by the use of a Gas Heater. H may also be used for the bath or dining room, as our Heaters are very attractive in appearance and convenient to handle. ' , THEY ARE SUR PRISINGLY CHEAP PUBLIC SEIRVBCE COMPANY INCORPORATED M Present Pirices OF Fork ; Products, Plush Pigs, or Acme Hog Feed. lr eed dupireme I IT PAYS lee Acme Mills Incorporated. jHaBBBBflBBBB888BBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBflBB8BBBBBBBlBBBBBBBBBBBBB EXPdSlTION VISITORS - TO SEE AIR CARNIVAL Evansville, Ind.. Sept. 22. Vis itors to the Evansville Centen...

Publication Title: Kentuckian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Kentuckian. — 27 September 1919

iiy. mm. & gw sa: City oi Mopkinsvilie, Office of Commissioner of Public Finance Col. A. S. Tribble and Mr. Giles have bought out the hardware store of John Young one of the oldest es tablishments in the city, on Sixth street. r.i A S Trihhle and Mr. Giles f&fi 9 Tlepbrt of Receipts and Disbursements For the Month mALAMCE CASH ON BAND at cloae of bosinow July ' : Riverside Cemetof jr. opeimtin ceoant. p.irn Snrim Cemetery. General Fund:- Street Department, sale of Bock and Btet Sprinklinf Collection ...tl.0M.6J Privilet-e Llcenae reeeipU for month 1.506.4S : Polio Department. Sal ofOld BU-y ' 20 fttnVir.t Ntional Bank and iCoIloctkm of flnea S.3 50 8.H1.U , Sanitary Department collection -Tun. eoUeeted for the year 1919. (white! ... . 1M8. " - 1917,. " 1916. ... 191S. " 1914. " 1919. (Colored) ' 1918. " ' 1917. " 1916 M 1915 " 1914 . 7 - nrT. RWCEIPTS FOR MONTH "TOTAL DC I :T3L -eludine receipts for the month k-XXrEND.TC ICS General Fund: . ., . Flr4Natk.ni W- lifreiton lo.n...

Publication Title: Kentuckian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Kentuckian. — 27 September 1919

'WW - V is fouse 0 Kuppenheimar-Clothes 1 You Ought To See the New tit Hwm KvppnMwm ' Young-jMen-.:,;, ; The young men who have ; already been in to look them ; over say "They've got the' stuff in 'em". They're right, too. We believe they are the best clothes ever shown in this community the bfest ever produced by The House of Kuppenheirrier .... .. ;.; : : : "... Tte new douMed treated designs, witk Kigk shoulders are kigk favored: " So are tne stylisk single Ireasted. Some nave belts, wniclt can ke worn as full kelts, as naif belts, or not at all. Tne fabrics are new and interesting; tne pat terns and color tones cover a wide range. Better values now tkan will be pos sible later. Extra good cboice now, at $45. OTHERS FROM $35 TO $65 New Models For Business Men . . " . . . ' : . .' " '. Mignty smart, yet conservative enougb to meet tbe demands of tbe business. Tke tailoring in tbem is unusual; unnecessary linings and paddings Lave been elimi nated; men nave always been looking fort...

Publication Title: Kentuckian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Kentuckian. — 27 September 1919

PACE SIX ! J f ' V, Mi:l BANKING ; ill! : ill! ' METHODS -im Hill of today : :g.-;:t i ' 'I;? .:'; ' ' .. .,: ., I. ; t : "' . ' . : - ':-r .w -j II. - rS. are based upon the princi-w , pies recognized and applied ' ' in the operation of the Fed eral Reserve system. You owe it to yourself to transact your banking bust ness with a bank which is a member of this system. "M 4 mmmmmmmmmm rmmmmm FIRST NATIONAL BA H s n mm SAVES WIFE i .,- ' A From Suffering by Getting Her Lydia EL Pinkham's Vegetable Compound. . . Pitt3burgh,.ra. "For many months I was not able to do my work owing to a weakness whicn caused backache and headaches. A friend called ; my attention to one of your- newspaper advertisements ana immediately my husband bought three ' bottles of LvdiaE. Pinkham'i Vegetable Com-. pound f or ifQej After taking wq bottles I felt Tin and my troubles caused by tbatwak-J ness are a thing: of the past All women who suffer as I did should try Lydia E. Pinkh&m's VecretaDie iom pound. ...

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