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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Kentuckian. — 15 October 1919

45 w ; C l C n' I. Net. Cor,(cr.?5 ISFIr.id Prcntad w p i A V H'M'lDfliVJl: - . I 1 V I l-'L ; mm- mm For Infants a r.a Children. 'inmniAVtttim Know That' Genujns uastona Always ' a- -.1 -V '. X ti. W Ir Li il A!XC:iOL-3PECliNT. 1 ' AVcic latlcrfcparationfefiW 1 ., t'F.W hv Rcuta- ' t ""5 I 1 Oil"""1'".,'"- ' -, r S5m ! J:n4 UicStonadis and Bowclsor l: Thereby Promoting Digestion ri-w s 5 '". ChccrfulncssandReSLCoBtate neither On'mm, Morpnuie i Mineral. Not Nahcotic ji jioroidDrSAHLonnm i JhanpXin Stm Bears the Signature of JkxbUt Sufi J'riiotmiint JlltaTtmatcStM harm Sird ;i Ahclpfultemcdyto Constipation ana inai and tevcnsm""-' LOSS OF SLEEP resulting ihwtfrcfflIpwy- facsimile Siinaturert- ; ii i-ivT YORK .... ' ii ill El ELI W-1 1 Kl B-J UP KM M IT 9M 0 .wr.-.' BUDGET, ft ' SCIENTIFIC SIP IDE "A" SPlEiDiD TOfilG " Says- Kixscn Lady Wfco, On Doc tor's Advice, Tool: Cardni , And Is h'ow Weii. In Use For Over - Thirty Years THE CCNTAUN COWMNr RCW YOBK CITT. WHY not let us have your ...

Publication Title: Kentuckian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Kentuckian. — 15 October 1919

:; c PAGE EIGHT S f -J it. .-- !- - - LiiimiM hi i-t . ...,iw-''- .-' - n o 0 o o o u " u 9 tT9 a Tl Vest Packet KODAK JUST FITS THE PURSE and NEED OF THE AMATEUR PHOTOGRAPHER. CampbeH-Coates Go. INCORPORATED. f The Kodak Headquarters JMIED TOBACCO LEAGUE FORMED; EIGHT . C. T. U. Will Combat EfforU To Extend Pro hibition to Leaf. new opposition organization, it is just such drastic measures as this tice, freedom and democracy; to con o o- o " o JOIN THE AMERICAN LEGION c a ' o o Herschel A, Long- c j o o 0 0 0 0 0 0 o c For the past month there has bwr a drive throughout the whole coun try to increase the membership of the American Legion to one million members - 0 November 11th the first National Convention roeet3 at Minneapolis, and it is hoped by that date one million members will be enrolfcd. Our own local chapter is doing its bit and is trying to increase its mem bership and thus help in the great work. To date about sixty names have been enrolled. This is a .yery small proport...

Publication Title: Kentuckian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Kentuckian. — 18 October 1919

HOPKINSVILLE, KENTUCKY SATURDAY OCT. 18 1919. m 1 n ! p mm O.I c-! EDITCrJAL HliUUi . '. r 1 s j! m H Eft R 13 ?i j 3 8 P-I K TT.-,,..,.1.I.,. T, mil. Eelsblished 1S79. Vol. XLI--No. 54 mm : - 10 L'?iU.! 1 ; !r t'-.f .- i i . '1 abulia: H-tAr- t v :-T: r " .? 5- h 1 f i2SBI.mil 1 .. -.!- w a Li b ia ; f ; c u j n k h t 1 d g t 1 - - m. w. i t bx ihMM nuj uul mm mm w. holl i : .- -j iw in ti l.-.v .7 Lit', Mr. t r.f n a a tr a a n n S3 e w ecu::,, i iia.j .::s.-. ed a - local ordinance ,tf .i:'opt .the daylight savin'- k.v again next spring whether the rest of the coun try does or rot. ' - ...... If Eil Tlovrov.' v.tie txz mflrt a$ ' h-i thinks He is,, isstea'd cf -trimming .the League of Nations question he woul.l climb-into " tha President's band waon. - . . Four years ago the Democratic party was so 'badly split that the re publicans with a . registered majori ty of ICO carried the city of Hop khfsville by 324 vote3. Thi'3 time it is almost impossible to find a Dem ocrat who is no...

Publication Title: Kentuckian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Kentuckian. — 18 October 1919

The Eentuckianw Fablished Every Wednesday and Sat urday Mornings by i '. THE KENTUCKIAN CO. CI as. M Meacham'. ......... Editor J??!T??1??! A' L0lig-. Eusiness Manager Established as Hopkingville Con rvative ia J866". Succeeded by Copkiniville Democrat. 1876. Pub- led. ei the South KentucKian i7 b From 1889 to ma ai ine Eentucldan. " Fifty-Third Year of Publication SUBSCRIPTION RATES Pne year by mail. . .100 One year, by carrier. ....... . .$2.00 Shorter terms at same proportionate rates Advertising Rates -on Application - 212 SOUTH MAIN STREET. Entered at the Hopkinsvflle Postof fice.as Mail Matter of the Second Class. . ' , . . SATURDAY, OCTOBER f DEMOCRATIC TICKET lor Governor Jas. D. Black, Bar- ionrville. . . For Lieutenant-Governor W. H. Shanks,- Stanford. For Auditor of Accounts Henry II. Bosworth, Lexington. For Court of Appeals John A. .Goodman, Elkton. For Secretary of State. Mat Cohen, Lexington. For Attorney General F. Daugherty, Bardstown. For Commissioner of Agricultur...

Publication Title: Kentuckian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Kentuckian. — 18 October 1919

V'i . J Net Contents 15TluidDr. , -LCOHOI.-3 PER CENT. ' AVcelablcPrcparationforAs-UimilatinthelbodbyKuta- tintheStonuiclisandCowcis TherelyPromotintDion t r -a rfc 5 pclthcrOplam.Morphlnenor Miner ftL W QT i-uwy " nmnStdSafitf l&Mnfmnknf a kofnfiil Remedy fcf nstipationaDUrrjocj lOSSOFStEEP resulting fccreftn' ..... WTAUHCOMPAKt , ...r . . NEW .vi5j 1 For Infants and Children. Mothers ICnov that Genuine Castcria Always Bears the Signature behold hew would task foriiaticijs MUST: be done with all PEOPLE "ON THEIR NERVES," DECLARES DR. i. R. MOTT. TALKS TO STATE Y. H. G. A. Plastic From War's Blasta All the ' Nations Can Be Shaped to . New Ideals. In Use For Over Thirty Years Exact Copy of Wrapper. thi oihtauh eonr mm o oirr. zz.i'iz'-. "'LLTri.- i n i ii urn 1 in i? A W1 rHY not let us have your business? We can furnish you sugar ana flour in Barrel lots, will give "you the best prices that can be had; also have bacon and lard jn hundred pound lots. , 1 We carry a complete line ...

Publication Title: Kentuckian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Kentuckian. — 18 October 1919

r , i b IS Ai ;t S1 j MINI III iHlflil 11 1 - nm US, 1. 1 Incident of the Atlanta Reunion ' WVi Bring Back War-Time Episode of 1863. In the fall of 18G3 the Eighth r;4 Kentucky Regiment, Confederate ar- j inv, were in the heavy fighting around Jackson, Mississippi. One- .5.... L . .. . r, tivt .i:-nr 1 right of the' lattl-3 "line, and were , t-V'J waiting for orders. I 23 Nc:n t;KT.i war. a ocixut.-d! ,Cia t--o-siory oKt..-.:-rfi mansion, fr. fl J Inderal cannon were firing fait. Two j ... brills pasjid' thresh the upper story j f! Y ef ' tl.is heu?e. A wasisn tame oat j . s-i-ronmirg, saying that her child was. "V in 'the e.pper story. " ' 5 One of the soMuta of the Fih Ac;i tucky ghuet.t v.t.s J. H.' Mitchell, A-ho Uf'.V- Iivc4 o:l LA.-:'- Seventh Si. Bir. Lllichc'il in wy.-ns to the nnx- i'ins cries of tbt rr.ctner r to the hdu.vj an.l b.'ongnt. o t hila, it ilS v. n gin cv tii.:c-.'a jcu-.-s, upKr Moiy '.h Kihrt- Low. ir;-:.,: i haw .:.: aft 1 the i Mitchell. At the recent fU un...

Publication Title: Kentuckian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Kentuckian. — 18 October 1919

; -T-'-o.-.-t.rr.T' PC X C j c. o C CO o o When , , ih-.i" Ksatts-Mc-stcr. ro. -1 sva. ivr. i.'OJi:s K-ia.u Mia j.i.-..i il'.-rl--. "v-i' your people of La- f Fi.ycf.o, 'v.-lll Lc waitied r.xt Wed- 1 for the in V: -r.rn Wn-'u-r's "ont-cf-d&jrs." I 1 ' -i Ti;i Hannv Couc'.t'S. J- . - I .. !iscn.-e have been 1?3U?1 .hi week to Miss Mary Ozella Hicks. r.;i-. George Ellis Armstrong, of iho Oroflon vicinity,- and to Mi:s a. Lsrf Mct-ie and Mr. Herbert a:-o of iha ecunty.' '.ft One's choice i never amis3 when it means material for a Vel vet Wrap or Frock. These VeA'ets are in exquisite new slmdes and in a dc-p rich black. " .. r 't I:.V.'-. r 1 1 I' 3' fX-S V.P:'.;;' 1 1 or Mannish Suitings are enjoying a constantly srowfrg demand Ycu r.-r,y choose from indbtket check;, heatKer-iixltn-e: or brok en line weaves in drak subdued plaids. ; ! v i ; t, k W . .' , 1 s a. f "3 ATI SFACTiO I'i OU VO::H .V:ON:iY ;.AC" -i v. in Ccrcy-Bas'ictt. ;g ! Ehirley A. I'ov.'cii. jj ui.o, l.avo stiii.ou'i...

Publication Title: Kentuckian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Kentuckian. — 18 October 1919

We are authorized to announce BEN S. WINFREE as a candidate for City Commissionei for the City of Hopkinsville, subject to the action of the non-partisan pri mary October 18, 1919. We are authorized to announce JOHN W. RICHARDS -3 a candidate for City Commissioner for the City of Hopkinsville, subject Co the. action of the non-partisan prv ..mary October 18, 1919. We are authorized to announce R. T. STOWE ( candidate or re-election for City Commissioner for the City of Hop kinsville, subject to the action of the non-partisan primary, October 18th, J1919. People in this town take the Evans ville Courier not only because it 'Jirimra th Infest news first, but b- ' cause it is really one of the great papers of the country. 10 Tax Payers I am now making the assessment of city property for taxes for next year, 1920. Everybody who owned any property on tne nrst aav ot ju ly, 1919, Subject to city taxes is .urged to call at my office in the City Hall, at once, and list said property. This a...

Publication Title: Kentuckian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Kentuckian. — 18 October 1919

y v--i M a J U U i; UNA GRAIN DRILL 'The Name Tells a True Story' ' Plain and Fertilizer Discs atd Hoe Drills I , .- ... --v. - J f . Some of its Features Frame is made from Heavy Angle Steel. Axles are cold rolled steel. Seig Wood or steel four-inch tires. , A Bars Heavy hieh carbon steel. .' Furrow Openers Single disc or closed delivery type. "'"",:. ' Hoppers Extra large capacity. . ; Tt'Z' Feeds Positive force feed for grain and fertilizer. ' We Sell Globe Fertilizer V The largest amount of actual available plant food is the best me chanical condition for the least amount of money. t, WE ARE HERE TO PLEASE YOU Planers Hardware Co. Incorporated. x iwsir i fv.-X; K"0.-:;O2 F."--i:-.v.':rv:,..J 1 l--S'.-i BANKING ' METHODS OF TODAY are based upon the princi ples recognized and applied in the operation of the Fed eral Reserve system. You owe it to yourself to transact your banking busi ness with a bank which is a member of this system. 4 Or,OlOM C Br, O ,-( ' OV rS- h-u " o, tj n i ...

Publication Title: Kentuckian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Kentuckian. — 18 October 1919

1 r ; ! . . .. ' i -J icr.i:, heed a?-;? valc:: vo WITH 22 REPUBLICANS ' IN NEGATIVE . . u rv av V Va f f - ? A ; SHANTUNG Ai.'D FiVZ Ofi::-.S V V- "St.. V V" Fourteen Republicans Swing to Prs- Just Treaty force in Vote. Milling g tor yon lookin An Edison Diamond Disc Phonograph for Come in and hear this wonderful Instrument. Campbell-Coates Co. INCORPORATED. FLYING POINTS Maj. J. C. P. Bartholf, six of the San Francisco starters to reach the Atlantic coast, landed at Roosevelt Field this afternoon at 5:28 03, after being held at Binghampton for more than" twelve hours by inclement weather. Maj. Carl Spatz and Capt. Lowell noon at' 2:28 and 2:31 respectively, on the return journey to the Presi dio of San Francisco. Capt. Smith is reported to have reached Buffalo that night. feet. Lieut. Kirby was killed instantly, according to the manager of the Kir by ranch at Castle Rock, where the accident happened. Lieut. Millei died a few hours later. Lieut. B. W. Maynard, the "flying parson," ...

Publication Title: Kentuckian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Kentuckian. — 22 October 1919

-No, 55 HOPKINSVILLE, KENTUCKY, WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 22, 1919. REGEPI FIR a o o EDITORIAL PERISCOPE Established 1870. Vol. XLI- i'LEADEKS CLASH GREATEST OF 1 il TO The sugar trust has been taken by the throat.' Next! The advertisers are again forcing us to print extra pages today. Next week we will begin issuing three pa pers a week. ' Another 75 cnts drop in hogs Mon-; day brought tops down to $13.25 in Louisville, or $11.75 here. The " packets are up to their old tricks. . - tjon't forget that the first three dls of next week will" be supple mental registration days, up to 9 o'clock at night. William Waldorf Astor, known as ' , Viscount Astor, died in England, aged 71. He tecame a British sub ject thirty years ago. ' Uncle Sam may find a way to have coal dug at least for his own uses. He made some men dig trenches who dirf jpot volunteer to dig them. Va, . ; ., ' Germany and France have gone to trading with each other. Every body has stopped fighting except the Russians and the Repu...

Publication Title: Kentuckian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Kentuckian. — 22 October 1919

i The Kentuckian. 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 Hopkinsville Democrat 1876. Pub lished as the South Kentuckian 1879 to 1889. From 1889 to 1918 as The Kentuckian. Fifty-Third Year of Publication SUBSCRIPTION RATES: Ps 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. Entered at the Hopkinsville Postof- fice as Mail Matter of the Second Class. DEMOCRATIC TICKET For Gqvernor Jas. D. Black, Bar- bourville. For Lieutenant-Governor W. H. Shanks, Stanford. For Auditor of Accounts Henry M. Boswoxth, Lexington. For Court of Appeals John Goodman. Elkton. Vnr Rerretarv of State. Mat S. Cohen. Lexington. For Attornev General F. E. Daueherty, Bardstown. For Commissioner of Agriculture - John W. Newman, Versailles. For Superintendent of...

Publication Title: Kentuckian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Kentuckian. — 22 October 1919

n m f k & is i i y ill ill 1008 vvv vvvvvww vv .A. A Jk. A A A A A. -. ANNOUNCEMENTS o o o O O O O O : Nr We are authorized to announce ; JOHN W. RICHARDS i as a candidate for City Commissioner 1017 PAUPEH for the City of Hopkinsville, subject to the action of the non-partisan pri mary October 18, 1919. Pitiful Ending of Career of Sir Luke White, Once Member of Parliament We are authorized to announce R. T. STOWE as a candidate or re-election for City Commissioner for the City of Hop. i kinsville, subject to the action of the. non-partisan primary, October 18th, 1919. , &cmo of HI Poor Constituents Leal! I I , : "tA& 70 ' Mil! t Notice To ! Yhelr All by Intrusting It to Him War Makes Financial , Distress Known. ' LondonFrom a position of afflu ence. Dobularltv and nubile service I f which won him a seat in parliament and knighthood, Sir Luke White Is .endiiT his days as the inmate of a iworkhouse infirmary in Driffield. Clev !er enough to tfse from poverty to a 'noted ca...

Publication Title: Kentuckian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Kentuckian. — 22 October 1919

j . ---TyJIWlg'1 vrf,'-, ?l-i!'-?nI'.T.T'- -V-'rv? rr " " " . . ... , --2r : : te u - O ' &g VJU1 "V I Why He Cannot Vote For Man Who Is Not 100 Per Cent. American. oversiz-e: throughout on-' TTT7.V Jl me' ior iniara Work Some makers use inferior woods, maple, pecan, birch and beech in their wagons! These woods do not stand the jars and strains of real work. Stoutly braced and re-inforced, yet very light draft. TfT lYtt TT A T omi w agon "Strong Whsre the Strain Comes,' fit Vim m St Are built' to stand the strain. . Close grained hickory and seasoned oak the strongest wood known, the pick of our own mills, are used for hub3, spokes, axles and rims and reaches the bearing parts. Each part i3 15 to 20 per cent oversize, just so much stronger than was shown necessary in tests. Triple coated with paint, brushed on, not dipped. WIDE TRACK WAGONS. Moguls are made in the 60-inch track, the old favorite , Southern standard which fit. your ,wagon beds, hay frames and the tract of South e...

Publication Title: Kentuckian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Kentuckian. — 22 October 1919

are? n mumtimrnmmMTvam rmt omit TtxtrczvzsvK-xjc. nvx. . ,' "' 'a V''" . ' ' "' -. 7- O .3 .v. TT J ! . . . . '?;! I ' JT& jTK 7 A S . il? , ' i j,., . w !! ON PREMISES ; ' 10:30 a. m. R. R. Ttai I : t : i LOCATION: About eight mdes from Hopkinsville, Kentucky on the Hop--i mi J nll snSs Pike The P. Armstrong Homestead. As agent for the aSxo thC bVe W on the bove date and hour to the hignest and best b,dder. JMPROVEMENTS: This tarmhas three sets of houses; three tobacco barns; a large HroXiUm and stable; goodfence around the entire tracf and some SXwS by three good wells, six springs, pools and small creek. " TKUfann lavs exceptionally well; has a hundred acres ot ime branch bottom lanU and plenty timber for farm use. It will be surveyed and divided into small tracts that will appeal to the man - ft 1 who wan s Ismail farm We will offer it in small tracts but we reserve the right Xy. wh0 wan,s a 8m.au."" u. m9v Ject or to offer as a whole if we so to put any two tracts lugamct i...

Publication Title: Kentuckian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Kentuckian. — 22 October 1919

- ' .-, . f A i c . . v , '' i. i . i h i ;i i i i i -i.. . . , .. , e mm mm a r Bk. mm m m a b m mm mm mm m t i Trmr vaw m. - . m & jp- htj m, ml mr w jr mm I I t ft f ;-.; ft " ft , . 1. ' V 4, 5 i V- li ft r , - We Want Help 25 Salespeople wanted. Experienced preferred. But if you think you can give goods away, Call At Store! mil PRICES CUT DOWN LIKE WEEDS IN THE pjrAn Extraordinary Announcement Beyond Compare Whole Store A-flutter With Big Price Marker, Which Tell of Incomparable Price Destruction GARDEN 00.00 Wortlhi (Go Store Closed To the publicWednejday. Oct. 22, to mark dpwn goods to advertised prices Nothing sold until the Great Opening Day! At ! of High The E (Graft argalini Blcocld NO SHAM OR MAKE BELIEF! An event nrparalclled in the annals of local retailing. A sale c such magnitude was never before attempted in Kentucky. The most pretentions underpricing that has'been your good fortune to see. Read this list of prices. Mark off your needs come. ALL SALES FOR CASH O...

Publication Title: Kentuckian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Kentuckian. — 22 October 1919

inn October SEE OUR LINE OF 3a r. tvi f 2 ii rS i 1 100 Georgetre Crepe Waists, all sizes and colors at - ' V. r. iT S O'GL0CK. M. 15 Days of Furious SelliiagsaEyery Day a Bargain - Day Without Stop Until Saturday Nov. 8th. To Appreciate Real Values Men's Shirts $2.20 Dress Shirts For $2.00 Dress Shirts ' For $1.50 Dress Shirts For ." , ?1.25 Dress Shirts For $4.00; Flannel Shirts For . ... $3.50 Flannel Shirts For $3.00 Flannel Shirts For ..-... . . ... . . . $2.00 Outing-Shirts For $1.75 Outing Shirts For , $1.50 Outing Shirts For , $1.98 . 1.69 . 119 . 89c 3.19 2.89 .2.39 1.48 .139 1.19 MEN'S SWEATERS $10.00 Sample Sweaters For. . , $8.00 Sample Sweaters For , .. $6.00 Sample Sweaters . For $5.00 Men's Sweaters For $4.00- Men's Sweaters For $3.50 Men's Sweaters For $3.00 Men's Sweaters. For $2.50 Men's Sweaters For . . Men's Uuderwear 4 . . t 4- - - AT PRICES THAT CAN'T EF. EOUCiHT FROM THE MILLS i , $2.50 Best Fleeced Union :.uits For $2.50 Men's Ribbed Union Suitlir, For . ... ...

Publication Title: Kentuckian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Kentuckian. — 22 October 1919

KEPT HER AWAKE Tte Terrible Pains la Back an 3 Sides. Cardui Gave Relief. i KEN'S FRIEND o , X By, MILDRED WHITE. Net Contents 15 Fluid Prarhp- V ill " Ml til I iu r. u - l J I 1 : Urn i t 1 i f 1 ) i Ml si f.' .sesa? ?r? m heat- v'-T; w mtfmf need- v vnn En ana Perfect ing guaranteed at a cost per cent less fuel than by stoves, Save fuel ed. Get comfort are entitled to it lows. The heart of your home life in the heat" Make -sure that comfort happiness fol- Caloric Quality is Your Protection ; Over BO.000 homes In the" United States heartily endorse Caloric Quality! The owners know the merns of the Original Patented PlnMHa Furnace. They have dally proof that' It correctly applies Natures own law of circulated heat, that It eaves 35 of the fuel and that its Ironclad Guarantee of comfort and economy ia always made good by Us performance. Caloric buccpps Is due to Its principles of construction. The Caloric is especially designed for pipelcss heatinp the original. It is not a pipe furn...

Publication Title: Kentuckian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Kentuckian. — 22 October 1919

j-.Di.ii..! Ti!ATCi t ! V s a...,,iiHri,,J 6-j it. a GRAIN DRILL "The Name Tells a True Story" Plain and Fertilizer Discs and Hoe Drills v (A ESome of its Features 7.5 Frame is made from Heavy Angle Steel -Axles are cold rolled steeL Wheels Wood or steel four-inch tires. . Drag Bars Heavy high' carbon steel. , i ?V Furrow ODeners Single disc or closed deliverv vtia. - - " tf rf"" Hoppers Extra large capacity. Feeds Positive force feed for grain and fertilizer. We Sell Globe Fertilizer The largest amount of actual available plant food is the, best me chanical condition for the least amount of money. ' ' WE ARE HERE TO PLEASE YOU Planers Hardware Ch ; ' Incorporated. : . ' - v . US' 6 A i A o : ( :o:o:-h'S-9;i xo':?'0;S:ci -'-.:--'i':n ;7:-.ry .i rT',':-:-n-H:j-):-H iiaii .-:ro': .k:::-.!. .: BANKING METHODS OFTODAY are based upon,' the princi ples recognized and applied .t l Vio Fori in me operouu u. eral Reserve system. You owe if to yourself to transact your banking busi ness with ...

Publication Title: Kentuckian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Kentuckian. — 22 October 1919

. . Vv f. .1 out of i htve .-.mi .-.-t to tl HuU. : v ......t.. i i: cri nu'ii oi caarae diiillUi of i'.r. licence and of soonely. ., ,.( ri,; vmr nas followed it The ; ) and cu:to:-n on nomkiatrrg good men r.-..c,-t i i" K. A. llobinson a it date in every way worthy of the CI tit!! sir,) : ! port of f.il good citizens. E. Foster For State Superinten dent and H. A. Robinson For Representative.' i , . 1 n L8 i J- V'-' .. Christian county has two candi dates on the ticket to be voted for next month and Democrats should take a local pride ineeing them lead the ticket. , Prof. L. E. Foster is the nominee for Ktate SuDerintendent of Public Instruction and his popularity has been so often shown in the county that it is not doubted that he "will "run far ahead of his ticket. In his first race for County Superintendent ie had an easy victory over a popu lar candidate and in tne sem two years' ago lie had no opposition in or ont of his party. His race for Ti nrownt nomination again dem onstr...

Publication Title: Kentuckian, The
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