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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Kentuckian. — 25 October 1919

For: .' , $2.00 A YEAR. UQMC TEOPLE 5- Established 187D. Vol. XLI No, 56 HOPKINSVILLE, KENTUCKY, SATURDAY, OCTOBER 25,1919. iilCnEU)ES iflS VRHii(8 -O TO O O --O O T? . - " I ' A Vk AlfA WP Backward, turn backward, Oh! time in thy flight. Set ybur clock back an hour . to night. : . . . .' Do you know of any preachers for Morrow T ' - . . ' - . , - - ' The -Tri-weekly Kentuckian and the Sun time Btart together today. You -can .start to Ichurch an hour later tomorrowyand get there before . the -ollection is taken up. .'v ;. '. ,. . -.-- v;: ' ..'".' ' i'rt'iii Jen t fitahlberg,. the new ptes-id't-nt of ''inland, is a college profes- iiY. .. ;. -. ''- . : 'The officials . of Webster county bought a new clock , for the court house at -Dixon and the first thing it did; nas to strike. I --.', f A man at "Paris, Ky., was fined $23.50 for shooting a rabbit out of season. He thinks he was fined out of reXon. ' True to promise, the Kentuckian today resumes its old form and be comes the only 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. — 25 October 1919

I Tiic v-ICciituckiaii, . Published -Every Tuesday, Thursday and, Saturday Mornings by 1 THE KENTUCKIAN CO. ; is Vn.t the U a a -- .' , iy i given in the trviitr v 177- - morally boun to . ,u' w v ii&u . . tion in its fijjht fr; a'fojif e pendencVv yihi, i'fcj r (';' through lits accredited representative in France, Benjamin Franklin, as- i 3 iJ?s. Canlsa Gave ReL'ef. . ii 11 i tr,j;- of-fthi places, writes! r "For one r.ve.nr I rj.tWiHhei as Honkinsville Con- ised them that, if England '-did; not suffered wuhan awful' misery in my bnc'k lit Hopkinsville Democrat 1876. Pub- not thrust jmon their;Aiwqawuld JUStf Isr.th8 fjutb KenJuckiH pg79 find nJeajr-S M estabgsh ,ti'M Wm- a,, tEi. iiroip Jftow icsi-JiB as abb rjiete ftrfedori from Ifie ijritiam ye. .rne toutn n.en.iucKis iipvs nnd njeanq estaDesn .jW'HU ftom KrpftVl&9 tcllSWs The, piete &i4d"oni bora lie Britiilf fJv , Flf CI Publication CM lc44 Infcail. 1.U $2.00 ?ne year by currier 2.50j - ." 1 Ad 'IT verticns Rates ...

Publication Title: Kentuckian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Kentuckian. — 25 October 1919

. --'2wi v. r :" n s 5 n " i, " a At-Churcaej 19 n D Cumberland P.Ui..: . . . f vaurcih' I Sunday School 8MS t 3 1 ...h..v. li.r"-KTT "J , . . - . . . Updications Point To Certain hDanforth, Superintendent. " I 250 acr5s 3 i-aule out on pik ;f': victory in 75 Million i.'-l"" w m. and 7;Z0 JOo.OO per acre. 1 nu u -i mm. - - .. -i . .,1 Jl'li." aifM .-Illlliiif :t , .ll Drive.' 1 Christian Endeavor, 6:30 p. m. 1 ,! J 4'; aer,4a'ioatorsff ift. weeung:, Wednesday. 7M lirtn A3.'.-i- t- 1 A. L? ?"tLh'""Ut- Hic?B..":3ff Of citym deliver his address on "Oversea. OhJ 1" w: 3 ? J .v,us ,-4 tut - I if .til' i Hi i ncn ) iin Dnnn a '1 - f 17 ft. I i. V ti tf M (I 11 m u a n a' si h 1 ti it a ! -'j 1 i nvM I"-- : i! a a U a a a ' a a a a a a H a a a . a . fl u u a " n. ii -a :. a ' a - a -: a a -. a -a a : . a a a ' a . : a . i :1 ' I THHMS Vt i, iiivJ.-t. .. ji'Cii ?f. .. .3. r ' 1 f. 1 30 i i.i eyp- R- BIaclc;KibIiaty 1 r tprpescribes Progress we I5iue Grass State :-;y.:.To Date.- " 1 : f- 2:3...

Publication Title: Kentuckian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Kentuckian. — 25 October 1919

' V V V" V Sr V W .0 3" O WEDDING BELLS i 06 OO O C I KEATrS HESTER 3Jutiful Home WWii f PPW lar Qoup! t LaFayetU. Mr. Dorris Keatts and Miss Zea O o o o t . ' 1 . nAimla AT I " Hester, -a popular ,yuu"s w-.w , a -t Tro.ftA iv era married... at the 1 .ic;vi . .'home of the b.iie s mother,.. Mrs. .Blanche -Hester, at S&VWednesday , evening.,,- , .? ..'. . .. " The bride's attendants were Misses JLura. Keatts and IowsParner. -.The wedding jnarchwas played . .-moat charmingly by Mis3' Dorothy . 3Io.gard - V, l: - J a al 0 :i:m3ii)n . i.mpreiyel;, . . vpei'formed by Rev.- lL H. Gillette, of Jthe Methodist 'church;.; i."-:2 - j The wedding was attended, by a . large number or inenas 01 ine young 1 . suuple. ' en".; v. jcHuy handsome bridal presents atttfsdwA the esteem in which" " they - . werfehfcid. ' " The groom is a son of Mr. C. jM. EeaCn -anrl hnf rpppnt.lv was dis- charged from the army after service ' overseas. Ja The bride is one of LaFayettte's Q and JETrsT Keatts left on '...

Publication Title: Kentuckian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Kentuckian. — 25 October 1919

H Li .2 ii s'fi 1 1 , : i,, lv v' 1 ! " - .- j 1- .,J V J ..I.-. . ." 1 I ' ' I. I .- ILl ILiitv . . .-.. ITT La II '"'.J'-:-;.- fir't? r" iT I Wit .XKultM "i'Tk-4 UflW 'i aw:;! i .iillS bu r.ioi: m.-jj -i . e a Furnaci. i .... ... 4 .. .... I t. 1 'II If - :, .3- 3ii -11 r . .V.KCI.O.-. SillEOIiil'" Art h . 1 ' " V"1 '-hPIIT i I till J I .... 1G . . . LI J -f. - a a 11 3 0 pri --t now t .IKMVVi J ' - .--- i - t rr- ... . . . ! fl- " - ; , .... borne-oi its beatures. ' Frame"W'ftaab f roiXiog le Steel. Axles 'KrW-caWVUmA SfAV ' '' "r .a?'. -Wheels Woo3 or sfiTeT9fouMnch tire. ! " ' ' ixi DJ BarsHeaVy ftigh : carbon, steel; 1 'rrw 'HifeM'Openers Single dfsc or closed delivery type:'-' ' 1 :,;r ' Hoppers Extra We7iliaDacitv. 1 wxw-' ,i; L' iC ' ; .. . . By, FjmU. .; r. : . J- - ...y.iilHf-" :' ' . MV.'MolrrSwh'as 'cliarged that be,, twee'n "this years ' of 1 9 1 2 anc , 1 9 1 6, front art' Investiiraticn of the rprnrds of the Internal Revenue JDepartment, it has been found that the Fe...

Publication Title: Kentuckian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Kentuckian. — 25 October 1919

. . - . . " . t H Wa --a' If--- ,( -mf ii,V..'v iQiX I i V , IN ' I r - i v. r-r m.. i . Perfect heat- v in guaranteed -at cost of 85 per cent less fuel than bv stoves. Save fuel it is need' ed. Get comfort you ar entitled 49 ,,,,;-. mm I ing guaranteed ,1 , "S your home lif e I 1 per cent less fuel Vv k V7S r ' J: qmr 013 -is lour, rro bvr 80,000 fomei Inrthe tTnlte States teartlly endors Calorlo tjuftlity. Th owner . know. :the merits of th Original Patented Plpeless Furnace. They have dally proof that It correctly appllei Nature's own law of circulated heat, that It savea 86 of the fuel . and that lta Ironclad Guarantee of comfort and economy Is always ,vinade good lta, performance. ? t " . :. i i.i CalQrlc' success Is due' to. Its principles of construction. The Calorie 4- especially 'designed 'for plpeless heating: the original. It is not a pipe furnace with a casing, nor is It a makeshift adapted to met-s'Bew"dem'atnVhq-Hrr'grfoTts',t)'r''BClerrtiHcally trained engl-" neers re...

Publication Title: Kentuckian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Kentuckian. — 25 October 1919

to Francisco, twi-nty-fi;. ,t l:ours, eleven minutes and eight and a half sec onds; Son - Francisco to New York, forty-one hours, fifty-two minute? and thirty-two seconds; total, sixty seven hours," three minutes and forty and a half seconds. t. J t... t J I i J Jt w tj' & n i s SALE SUCGESSl mm m : Plank of Party Platform Wll Bo En . JeJ at PoiU At Election November 4th. " Kentucky Democrats are urged to go to the . polls November 4th and vote" their State ticket from top to . tottom. .They also are asked to re J Itiember. the -State-wide Prohibition Amendment, which is submitted on a separate ballot, and to ask, the clerk of the .election for that ballot if it is njot handed to them. They also are urgently requested to see that they mark that "ballot after the word "YES" and fold it like the big ballot and hand it back tq.the elect-! ion officer at the ballot box. Supporters of j the prohibition amendment in both parties who are usually .well informed in such mat 5tv 01 100.00...

Publication Title: Kentuckian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Kentuckian. — 25 October 1919

i ; , ) Y.. o 95 ipw list Friday and Saturday with her V o o 0 o o o- I'aughter at the college. Mrs. W. T. 0 TO THE VOTERS tt ii Trti i uunaiey, oi ApopKH, norma, was 0 o? HOPKINS here luesday lor the purpose of en- 0 o c o p o o- un rnday evenmg October 17th, tenng her daughter. Dr. E. B. At the non-n.rti.an nrlmV'' o E.ETHEL COLLEGE NOTES fy-j o o o o o- it 1 . i." ... S V.-N r.- .J" .. ii Thesp all w.ol Robes, in attractive pattern?, !nre-e size 60 bv 80 inches, made especally large for auto use, woven close to give warmth and com tort--an unusual Robs at the price. . V j CHASE STROOC& Pattern Robe four attention is also callei to ouf' complete assort ment of Chase, and Stroock pluvh . rob J-fp -aut( andb ugy use. Many patterns and pUin robes from v : ' $3.50 ; MAKE YOUR SELECTION EARLY the young women of Bethel College Hatcher of the Western Recorder, on the 18th inst I was onW. met lor the purpose of organizing a spent the evening with Dr. Gaines re- four nnmin.u ru n-l lit...

Publication Title: Kentuckian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Kentuckian. — 25 October 1919

vi a j n 1 i I F : R : :m ' in r-l y(JwJ LULJWUUuU tt5 , mi P i TO All roll! PITIES Mlil Dill ;. -T . V - - - , v i 1111 Plan to Build Farm Homo For Kentucky Waifs Supportad "- By Candidates mum 300 ACRES- OH THE - V - - - PREMISES 300 ii-arm ACRES p. M On The Clarksville Pike 1 Mile from Hopkins, Ky. Wednesday,, wev. 2 O'CLOCK We are surveying and subdividing, and will offer for sale at public auction the suburban home of Mr. F. E White, known as the W. T. Fowler farm on Clarksville pike, con" taining300 acres deep, rich, level land, that can be plowed anywhere with a tractor. This is known as one of the fin est farms in Christian county. The farm has a long pike frontage and is c nly a short distance from the city limits Hopkinsville, the best city of its size in Kentucky. BUSINESS PROPOSITION ; There are a number- of things on which the Republican aud the Demo cratic parties or Kentucky disagree, out mere is one tmug lor which both are working during the turmoil Just Dorure elect...

Publication Title: Kentuckian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Kentuckian. — 25 October 1919

tiii: muc::iaii " -iH i FOR bill' i Uil I'll IIil make as much as it pleases, circum stances permitting. The bill as drawn shows a modification of the original Cummins idea that aroused the criticism of Former Justice Chas. Evans Hughes recently. It is plann ed to allow the railroad 6 per cent on its investment, to receive one half of the earning from 6 to 7 per cent. ThV balance of the excess earn ings is to be turned over to a board ; Washington,, D. C The ears of transportation 89 capital for loans Caress are .now .beginning to nng railroads for extensions,. roll- ;jTciBes of business and labor inter- ' from all sections of , the coun- try . that something be done about CTre railroads and be done quickly. TivB weeks fiave elapsed since Pres fLnt. Wilson convened ..Congress in Mtra session to pass the legislation ing stock rehabilitation, etc. The ' revised Cummins bill will penalize interference with inter state commerce. This is the provision that aroused such determined oppo si...

Publication Title: Kentuckian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Kentuckian. — 28 October 1919

For $2.00 A YEAR - Zaabiished 1 Vol. XLI No. 57 HOPKINSVILLE, KENTUCKY, TUESDAY, OCTOBER 28, 1919. EDITORIAL PERISCOPE' King Albert is about to leave with his American visit incomplete. lie hasn't seen Hopkjnsville. . The President continues : to improve- slowly and. a fortune teller ;n London says his "work is not yet completed,''' r - -.-.. n---.. -.';. Gov. Roberts, of Tennessee, is , : " ' . A threatening to call an extra session . of the Legislature" to handle profit- :.i .''.' ' .'. ., v The King- of Belgium stayed here long enough to become . almost an Americsyi politician. He kissed, a baby at - Santa Barbara, California. ' . ' . ' , - "Now comes the CongregationaKsts with : a . drive . to raise $50,00.0, 000' in five 'years, of .which $20,000,- 000 will, be far educational purposes. " Near . Woodburn, . Ky.', a ..; small sf;cam .of oil and much gas. has been 'foiid on a farm. ' Often we find 'much gas' or at least 'hot air' where v there is not even a trace of oil. ;-; V ;'...

Publication Title: Kentuckian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Kentuckian. — 28 October 1919

The Kentuckian. u hi i 9 uUii ) Published Every Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday Mornings by THE KENTUCKIAN CO. Chas. M. Meaoham. . . , Editor Eerschel A. Long.. Business Manager Established as Hopkinsville Con servative in 1866. Succeeded by "Bopkinsville Democrat 1876. Pub Jiahed as the South Kentuckian 1879 r to 18S9. - fTPm to ii as The Kentuckian. i MM Ml BUREAUS PHI How Lydia EL Pinkham's Veg stable Compound Relieves ihe Ailments of Change of Life. Fifty-Third Year of Publication SUBSCRIPTION RATES: One year by mail... $2.00 One year by carrier ...$2.50 Sorter terms at same proportionate r- rates Adverticng Rates on Application 212 SOUTH MAIN STREET. Entered at the Hopkinsville Postof- fice as Mail Matter of the Second ' Class. TUESDAY, OCTOBER 28, 1919. DEMOCRATIC TICKET - For Governor Ja3. D. Black, Bsr- bourville. For Lieutenant-Governor W. II. Shanks, Stanford. For Auditor of Accounts Henry M. Bosworth, Lexington. For Court of 'Appeals John' A. Goodman, Elkton. ' For Secreta...

Publication Title: Kentuckian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Kentuckian. — 28 October 1919

of the Armstrong Homestead 10:30 a m. R. R, Time n ; ' IK itate o.mjpapy PAUL FINCH, General Manager. LEXINGTON. KF.IJTlirK"v -uacc tMinTn.. ... rrrfcffr!, -s 'lil .T1 X. LHAb K SHELTON, Local Manager. i-yiftCr&ty1 m .1 ; oh t i'orgec :.tiie .. dig . Auction 5 .'ON PREMISES ell (St w "m C f rWhat Is Rheumatism? Why Suffer from It? Sufferers Should Realize That It Is a Blood Infection. Doubtless like other sufferers, you have often asked yourself this question, which continues to re main unaswered. - J I . Science has, proven that Rlieti-' 1 matism is caused by a germ in your blood, and the only way to reach it is by a remedy which s.- eliminates and removes these lit "J tic pain demons. i S. S. S. has been successfully used for Rheumatism for: more than fifty years, and many volun tary testimonials are on file' from, those whom it has benefitted. Try it to-day, and you will .fin j your self at last on the right track to g-ei, rid of your Rheumatism. For treatment of your individ...

Publication Title: Kentuckian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Kentuckian. — 28 October 1919

itllLLt! F01 t 4 i fj, 1 i ,0 Sliii CliURCilES Campaign For $75,000,000.00 Now Well Under Way. t:j.i: The following Christian county ap pointments are out for Baptist Cam paign meetings next Sunday morn ing: The list below shows the name of the church, the pastor and speakers, together with the amount of appor tionment: First Sunday Appointments: Casky, Rev. G. Green, J. D. Spears W. D. Gibbs, Earl Hughes, $2,000. Palestine, R. S. Waret R. W. Da vis, B. 0. Garrott, $5,000. Salem, Rev. J. H. Broom, H. L. Trimble, T. D. Evans, $15,000.' LaFayette, Rev. G. 0. Cavanah, G. D. Dalton, Eugene Nourse, $3,000. , Mack's Grove, near Lantrip's: Rev. L. L. Spurlin, R. C. Ware, R. W. Davis, A. J. Page, $1,000. ; . In addition to the speakers named local four-minute men and lady W.J M. U. workers will attend services at moat' of the places. The meeting at Pal-Vtine is post poned from last- Sunday, when the workers were unable to reach the church on account of bad roads. 'fhe local chc.pt er cf t'....

Publication Title: Kentuckian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Kentuckian. — 28 October 1919

- "' ' ' .- O ? o o : O. ' O o o o o J" o ; ' o o o o o o o o t o o o o 0 .. - a i at in tnf j rJiiiVv Oil WO 11' OF DETROIT, MICHIGAN, nit on a . 'b fYLE? S if If 'A EI IX i.5ii I V fell . ... ti v wo Vfj1 J . exclusive VV HI 13 1 . t ETi i 'MMWPnr V-L'.A.. rwm tt- .. f j. imp rr rpi ail 1 II I MIC . i V.'-' " f.'S'.'.. Ik -'J. . ' Xi and .lliiri. 'if III III I ill' III'" AT FRANKEL'S BUSY STORE KINSYILLE, KENTUCKY, ON 0 CT 2 Is inn "wBiS f3 !V and 81st v - weir as e , w r a ii wen; as exclusive s ver Section Ldwing of Kentucky, extensive as FURS Russian Sables, Natural Muskrat, Marmorit, Scotch Mole, Persian Lamb, Natural Raccoon,,.'-. eaver, 'Kolinskv r Red Fox, Fox. Mink. Skunk, Lynx, Pointed Fox, Alaska Seal Natural Marten, Hudson Seal, Silver Nutria, Cross Fox. , During this showing all Furs bought will be delivered at once. These Furs will be sold by the Newton Annis Fur Post at discount of 33 1-3 per cent ; war tax paid on them. This is a 'sale for CASH ONLY. .When you buy 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. — 28 October 1919

; . w - 4...- J yPOilEOOCJIIOi li GRAIN DRILL Nasie Tel ; a True Story V t-r SOUTHERN BAPTISTS PLAN MUCH LARGER PROVISION FOR ALL THEIR INSTITUTIONS. a -t. r PI am (ni) rerMizer uiscs a a r i oe urn r V WILL AID RURAL, SCHOOLS 1 . -J m -0J 6ucces of 75 Million Campaign Will ; Mean Strengthening of Educational Forces All Along the Lins in Next Five Yea s. .I ? ' ; 'I V. , ? , - - . B - ;.. ... Pi t n , ,' i j t if.. K.:m ! ..-!(' -r'-'T - -;- - : 1 '. . " - '' m mi,.. (.. i w ;. ' -..j ;' J i y ij a u d ' ' ' .. v ' . , , ...... : I. '. - j "... v. f . . . . Some o its features iFrfime is made from Heavy Aug la Steel. ( .. Axles are cold rolled stcl. i . .. Wheels Wood , or steel . four-in ch tires. . .Drag Ears Heavy hij?h carbon steel. .Furrow Openers Single disc cr clcscd delivery type .Hoppers Extra large capacity. Feeds Positive force feed for gram and fertilizer. We Sell Globe Fertilizer The' largest amount of actual available plant food iV the best me "chanical' condition for ...

Publication Title: Kentuckian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Kentuckian. — 28 October 1919

Eg W Wi I 5J So tscdflas Fir. J. r. AREKCOT, Box a 4, Rem Hz, Taxes THE SEl'EBY 4 v, i. ! I . r FOB EVERY PAY ILLS i - i J ' i "I have used Pe-ru-na for years in cases of colds and catarrh. The results have been good, in fact, more than you claimed. Have also taken Lacupia and can easily say it is orti cf the best blood puri fiers I have ever used." j Mr. J. F. Arendt l-or Catarrh and Catarrhal Con&ticns The evidence of one man like Mr. Arendt is more convincing proof to you of the merits of Fc-ru-nu thaa cny v riilcu words of ours. For fifty ycdrs Pc-ru-na 1ms been the standby of the American iamily for discuses due to catarrhal inflammation of the raucous membranes lining tiic organs cf the body. Thousands, like Mr. 'Arendt, have proved the effectiveness of Pe-ru-na for coughs, colds, nasal catarrh, stomach, bowel and liver.disorders or any disease. characterized ty a catarrhal condition. If your suffering Is the result of a catarrhal disorder trv Pcnma u is a true, tried medi...

Publication Title: Kentuckian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Kentuckian. — 28 October 1919

.It I .1 ' r - - . Secretary Lane Ha Rumor That Men May Reconsider ' ;'' , Order. TENDERED TO MAYOR TO DUCfi THE HIGH COST t OF LIVING s t 1 1 ii! CIL I W RE-1 8 Kt i ft .fen7- I ; r ;: f i : f 1 -. 1 ill i i. i ! I ! f III u ; U i it ' 1 ! 8 s I. & Washington, Oct. 26. -Official Washington is waiting tonight the reply of the leaders, as well, as the rank and. file of the United Mine Workers of America,' to President WUsons request to them "to recall all strike orders looking to a strike November 1, and to take whatever steps may be necessary to prevent any stoppage of work." Coal operators, through ' their spoKesmen, have announced that they stand ready to co-operate with me government in its efforts to pre vent the strike. As the situation now stands the whole question of whether the country is to suffer what the President called a disss trous fuel famine" with all unhap; py consequences of such a disaster, is up to John L. Lewis and other leaders of the miners' union. There i...

Publication Title: Kentuckian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Kentuckian. — 30 October 1919

.a !..::: paper For HOME PEOPLE EVERY OTHER DAV." For J $2.00 A YEAR Established 1879. Vol. XLI No. 58 HOPKINSVILLE, KENTUCKY, THURSDAY, OCTOBER 30, 1919. EDITORIAL PERISCOPE If you don't like this column, vou'd better put up with it. You'll find a worse one on the second page. -.- A brave young woman at Rock port, Ind., has married a man named Bills. It is to be hoped that she will not discount him. Tomorrow night will be Hallo we'en and it would be well to keep Jan eye on your lawn swings and - other things movable. Morrow and Black both spoke in Henderson Saturday night, in dif ferent halls, after Morrow had de ' clined a joint debate. Ed. pref erred to speak to his own black crowd. : Three' hundred high school pupils at Summit, N. J., struck for a holi day and paraded the streets singing. T?ey were marked absent and school kept right on. Harvard ' cross-country runners will not be allowed to bathe until after Nov. 22. By that time the judges can detect their approach by three of...

Publication Title: Kentuckian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Kentuckian. — 30 October 1919

The Kcntuckian. ,- Published Every Tuesday, Thursday i and Saturday Mornings by 1 THE KENTUCKIAN CO. Chas. M. Meachara Editor Herschel A. Long.. Business Manager v Eatablished as Hopkinsviile Con servative in 1866. Succeeded by flopkinsville Democrat 1876. Pub jlahed as the South Kentuckiaa 1879 to 1889. From 1889 to 1918 as The glentuckian. liiiKti'iyiuiii APPEAL Fflii 10 Red Cross Asked to Rescue Armen i ian CirU. ' Fifty-Third Year of Publication SUBSCRIPTION RATES: Due year by mail. $2.00 -One year by carrier $2.50 Shorter terms at same proportionate rates Advertising Rates on Application 212 SOUTH MAIN STREET. Entered at the Hopkinsviile Postof- fice a9 Mail Matter of the Second Class. THURSDAY, OCTOBER 30, 1919. DEMOCRATIC TICKET For Governor Jas. D. Black, Bp.r bourville. For Lieutenant-Governor W. H. Shanks, Stanford. For Auditor of Accounts Henry iJ. Uosworth, Lexington. For Court of Appeals John A. Goodman, Elkton. For- Secretary rf Staio.-M.it CV-icn. Lcxh'i"-.'-. i or 'A...

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