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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Kentuckian. — 30 October 1919

v , w ,, ,' s"r -'t w ''Vv '(t v4kv ' - V 'v' V V V r 'V 'V V "v' V 'V 'die - . - v I w ypsv fT Tl "y3 T5 Seasons Newest liii H I Q) HffO. ITQrlC l bob in LHJfHI CD iVIMLlLIIN si si si ;:This-W F3SEC eeK we are u S HA fe aturing a sp ecial showing of FISK ODELS .'Including Hats of Panne and Lyons Velvets, Brocade and Fur, trim med with Flowers, Ostrich, Glycerined Fancies, Burnt ; 1 : Goose and Other Novelty Feathers. Here will be found Hats for every discriminating taste. A visit to our Millinery Section at this time will prove of great value to all who are interested in things beautiful in Millinery. -i-- Am Early Inspection Is Solicited Hats Be On ition .bis Weel K Hi's Incorporated. 1 "SATISFACTION OR YOUR MONEY BACK." iT.:-.: THREE YEARS WITHOUT HOPE A Story of Sickness and Suffering TvISi Filial Eetnrn to Ilealtli y' It will do yoa good to read It No matter how long nor how much you havo" Bl!illl'?qrrfer,nna suffered, do not give up hope ' Do not decide -5 i?;Crs there is no h...

Publication Title: Kentuckian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Kentuckian. — 30 October 1919

111? I 4 k ft " -1 I 1 iMiiai 4 1 1 if 10 . E. Will rxiii ii ILOVItt il "-SJDLD TO JOSEPH J. FISHER, OF .REDWOOD FALLS, AT $600 , PER HEAD TlMSTINCT LOSS TO COUNTY !,Mr. Wblte Arranging to Quit Farm Life and Mot Into the City. TVrest,E. White, owner of the Dix tie Bee Line Stock Farm, has sold his fine herd' of registered Herefords to .Ja. J. Fisher, of Redwood Falls, Minn., aijd they were shipped yester- Mr. White advertised his herd, de . scribing them in detail, in the Here ford Stock Journal Oct. 15 and be . fore he received his own copy he . fcegan' to receive telegrams from all, .parts f the country. The first was Trout Mr. Fisher who wired lor a price to be made on the entire herd JSe was answered at once and the ratine nigljt wired Mr. White to hold ihe cattle, pending his arrival Satur- .tay. . t t In the .meantime three telegrams Iron Missouri, two from Louisiana I Til t J hihi one rom Illinois nau ueen re ceived an mail began to pour in. Mrl Fisher arrived Saturday and .a...

Publication Title: Kentuckian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Kentuckian. — 30 October 1919

o Axed t V n ' " ' . " " . j IHi f-A- H - " c 6 fry v I PAM II - ' vantages in a Jeweled ft UllMliL. 1IU1 P A TIP li iA ii II i 'ins 1. Tho Full Clear Tone of each individually toned instru ment is produced by the pure tone chamber and the famous Pathe Sapphic Ball. The mu sic flows from the records; is n't scratched off. 2. No needles to change on a Jeweled Pathe. The Sap phire Ball never wears out. ft.--Plfltra all molii. - , . ... j - ... ui rccoraa ana piays mem Detter. 4. Records do not wear out. Eevery Pathe record is guaran teed to play 1,000 times. - o. -Always ready to play as soon as you slip on a record. 6. The Pathe Controlla enables ytu to play any record loud- . miujf wa me same saiphire Ball. AUTHORIZED Washington, October 29 Strike of. trainmen in'the Chicago switching district, called by local union leaders for Thursday unless certafn wage demands were granted "in full. would be "wholly unauthorized and without sanction of the G rot her- hood of Railway Trainmen," 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. — 30 October 1919

V u fti. ? .V jv; - I ..lil1! - i c If r&SifA Perfect heat ing guaranteed at a cost oi per cent less fuel than by stoves, Save fuel it mL .Get comfort are entitled to it need. : ol. -you and Caloric Quality is Your Protection Over EO 009 .homes In th United' States kartlljr endorse Calorie Th wntn know the merits of the Original Paunt4 I. .Quality. B Pi; Th h&va I. Nature's own law of circulated nd that It irnciaa uuaranieo o cvmivrv auu vuvuviu? m uw made good by its performance. v .: . . Caloric snccosa le due to Its principles ef construction. The Calorio Is eapeelally designed for plpeleaa heating; the original. It la not pipe furnace with a casing, nor is It a makeshift adapted to 'meet a new demand.1 The best efforts of scientifically trained eng-W k beers resulted years ago In this new type furnace, which bas been r refined. and Improved until It embodies those principles necessary to your satlsraction pot louna in imitations, oscause may are iuiiy yro 'tected by pate...

Publication Title: Kentuckian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Kentuckian. — 30 October 1919

TAGE SEVr t ,:mmmy rl II 1 IJ 1 1 . 'xrrr z: pp; - L . - . . . .. . : : , . : , , : p ; I LU.-tllW . .. Children Cry for Fletcher's 1? "l ' M l- -J1 J. . r ... v 4 ' ':.V V ;;;iiii7 2; - Three things to consider before buying a truck for the farm s t Low first cost - : You get that in a Republic, nd Low operating cost You get that in a Republic rd Low repair cost N You get that in a Republic What's more, you get a truck backed up by the reputation of the biggest maker of motor trucks exclusively in , the world you . can't buy more in truck value. ' "' 1 KM m :. . . . n ')! i : ' V'"' ' .1 C p ' r" U, v -SX k-- 1 m , ; ' -- .T. ..- ' - i Yte A :"' ( ' . , i. .... .r. , . , ,. j .- , - J J !i : : s0 & Wheeler Sites With Dalton-Davis Motor Company i. .v ' t jiy V . ' J ' - ' V:v . - t'- . ' 5- -' i. i y ' - '. "... ; j , ttv ; ;a I 1 . . - - -.: 'IS. ! !' i"-s HpONE is a test for the car, , not for the eye. The yloriouc voice cf the Gmfonola can sing its own praises far better than...

Publication Title: Kentuckian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Kentuckian. — 30 October 1919

'v'WH V'Vt'VVV"'JVfc V W .- V -to ,-" '' - rv v-'t ''' ' V '' i.c oars c r - 3 . r - i V k r -J L ... J 77 A V ": T Tl o . f i f -j r iWhole Store Straggles' lit Grip of .Hie Low Price" (Eiaimt V r -1 j till I ro 1 H i lfvw IMUi H h, ! v a. r 1 V a. a i SAVING You men that shoulder the responsibility of the upkeep of a home you skeptics, you unbelievers, even the most careless or you we say, read this message all through there is wonderful saving posibilities in every line. In this day of high and soaring prices this sale will come as a blessing to you This awful massacre of prices fairly bristle with intense savings for you. This sale will point the way for you to stietch your dollar. " This big stock has been cast to the fourwirds This fine array of merchandise is stacked on tables, piled in bins, hung on racks to make.examination thorough and choosing easy. A force of circumstances which none could taresee makes this tale imperative at this time. It willtloubJy pay you to come fo...

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

-For . $2.00 A -YEAR". .... y EtUlIi&hsd 1273. Vol XLI No. 59 HOPKINSVILLE, KENTUCKY, SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 1, 1919. EDITORIAL PERISCOPE Help Robinson. Christian County need a Democrat in the Legislature. ' . Gov. Smith of New York hired a - hall to tell what he thought of Wil liam Randolph Hearst. ' Help the man in the White House. He is jour friend. Vote the straight Democratic Ticket. President Wilson is so much bet ' r that daily bulletins have been iscontinued. Christian Vote for him Help Foster, candidate, straight Democratic ticket County's and the The New York police department has an "official taster" to tell w.hat kind of liquor is seized.' His salary is a small consideration. ' ; Matt Cohen challenged Ed Mor- r(-.v for a joint debate, but had no bttter success that Lloyd Foster had. in 'challenging Gus Willson. ' ... , No wonder the young Duches3 of Luxemburg granted suffrage to wo cn without the asking. She is go ing to get married next Thursday. i Had you noticed that ...

Publication Title: Kentuckian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Kentuckian. — 1 November 1919

The Iicntuciaan kit! Published Every Tuesday, Thursday, Lu?, As Car:! J Ihs Dace For I.Ie, So - and Saturday Mornmgs by THE KENTUCKIAN CO. - Ai To Help ClW 29 HOT Chas. M. Meacham. . . . Editor Herschel A. Long. . Business Manager - Established as Hopkinsville Con-' Republicn Political Sensation Turn. lervative in 1866. Succeeded by Eopkinsville Democrat 1876. Pub Bahed aa the South Kentuckian 1879 to 1889. From 1889 to 1918 as The Eentuckian. Out to Be a Flath In the Pan. Fifty.Ttird Year of Publication SUBSCRIPTION RATES: The "Armstrong Mystery," so far as the identity of Armstrong is con cerned, has vanished into thin air. A. S. J. Armstrong, whose bid for furnishing cloth to the State House of Reform at Green dale, Ky., was ac rates Advertising Rates on Application 212 SOUTH MAIN STREET. Entered at the Hopkinsville Postof- fice as Mail Matter of the Second Class. SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 1, 1919. i -i nn une year oy mau.. t'cer-ted by the State Board of Con- une year oy ler '' iqi a i...

Publication Title: Kentuckian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Kentuckian. — 1 November 1919

t! ' -Hy r ! j i 5 i I I O i! f J 1 . ' a f 1 1 .; i.i!:..';t '-.' - I t-t-t:"- ' J ; ' ' Kentuckians! The issues ,are clear! On its record in State and Nation, a united Democracy asks you to answer these questions by your votes on Tuesday, November 4th. Will a Ringing Message of Cheer go to that sick chamber in Washington, or will Ken tucky go under the cloud of support of those men who are seeking to discredit America's Greatest Statesman, purely for partisan Reasons? T Will Kentucky go forward td four years of progress under the able leadership of Gov ernor James D. Black, or will it become a pawn in the hands of A: T. Hert, whose sole use for our State is the furtherance of personal ambition? Sallarcl Self-Cohfessed Profiteer Thurston Bnllnrd, the multi-mtlllon-alre president of Ballard Mills, of Louisville, was the man chosen by A. T. Hert for his hand-picked Itepubilcnn ticket as the candidate for Lieutenant Governor. A close personal and busi ness friend of Mr. Hert's,-with a...

Publication Title: Kentuckian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Kentuckian. — 1 November 1919

JLilC : Published and Til" - Chas. M. i Ilerschel - Establ .' ervative Eopkinsv Eshed as to 1889. j Cent-cla i i 1 1 J t: ) -A X, Y 71!" A! -A'.. L:. .... .. o( c .Am-VK-.-n t.--.!'...: a';: u t 3 o o o O-0 j Lti: l;is found a v.yy to put a j quietus on him it has done a service Chapter of the to his' people in thorough keeping located at Louis-jwith the association's inspiration and Fifty- 1 su One year One yea lUkorter Advert i ;' 212 ;V i Entered! fice as ;9 1 JF"? 0 ft ft jSATUR. r , or ( bbnrvill For L CVelrcr - . - 1 J - - For j col. George Lyon, seveuty-one years of nge.s Harvard university's oldest M. Bositudeot this year.' He graduated In 1879, but has re-entered for a course tn For fcktbllc speaking. Jacob Shankman of 'Chelsea, thirteen years old, Is the Gbodmf.jounffpflt student .He Is also attending the Hebrew Rabbinical college. " For . T- Cohen- ft o o o o o oo ' For . 'RtAL ESTATE. . Danj.he, o o o o . o o o o For J 1 JohiU i Tie Crawley-Campbell Auction -iFor iQwopan...

Publication Title: Kentuckian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Kentuckian. — 1 November 1919

1. At Churches DO W TIE fit b CO o o o a !vy iv'- i i h s WW- -A i I . . S EfSJ2? JI Vko ReaJ " to be in HspUsnffe' 4 iiURSD AY NOVEMBER 6TH and attend Tlie Great AuctiQn Sale of th? On the Grounds Promptly at 1:30 O'clock Oyer ONE HUNDRED pieces ot the FINEST SUBURMAN PROPERTY will be sold at public auction to the highest bidders-30 percent cash 10 percent in one year, 10 per cent in 2 yrs and balance in three years! Situated on Cox Mill Pike at end of South Main Street wh-re citv and country join, with ALL BENEFITS OF BOTH. LADIES ARE ESPECIALLY INVITED Band Concert on grounds at 1-15 TWO FAMOUS AUCTIONEERS. For further information, see, write or wire EDMUNDS & STITES, Attorneys, for E. Boyd Foulkaer, HOPPER BUILDING. HOPKINSVILLE, KY. O v. c H X 3 On SO m Cumberland Presbyterian Church. J. W. Stile. Pastor. ! Sunday School, 9:45 a. m. J. F.' Danforth, Superintendent. . I Divine Worship, 11 a. m. and 7:30' p. m. Christian Endeavor, 6:30 p. m. Prayer Meeting, Wednesday, 7:30 p....

Publication Title: Kentuckian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Kentuckian. — 1 November 1919

f 9 "Tt 'I W 7 J f " i ! r '1 s vxsh !L Ti. V 1 1 3 v 'if: ill rwfwt heat- in cr guaranteed at. a cost of 35 " per cent less fuel -than' by Stoves. Save fuel it is need ed. Get comfort you are entitled to it The heart of your home life is in the heat ing. Make sure of tha ' comfort and happiness follows. Caloric Quality is Your Protection . I . .. .nitaraa Calorie Ov.r 60.000 home. In tM ymwa m - , pMBUa litr. Jh OWB.jr"(iIn, proof "that It correctly applU" PiU.e Furnce. JJhey aauy ' K,tl" aTM ,5 of the Mel Ba4 good by It performance. "?t Pipe furnace with of aciteirtiflcally trained ngri- an. & lf nrlnclnlea of construction. . i UUV vv - . . , signed for I t a new demand, tm -tttt "h,ch ha, be,n rho7.eiyouncao buy quality or you can get cheapness whica CO.U store In the long run. . ' Let Us Show You trlnrta and explain Ita exclualve features. Then yon will never "Tfned"lth My other and will know that It represents the Jfor the money. You will not make the mistake of a poor In S...

Publication Title: Kentuckian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Kentuckian. — 1 November 1919

liELFiijj tirmn omx::z o o 0 o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o t o o o Net Contents 15 Fluid Drachr --, I 1 1 i u j u U La jlj For Infants and CMIdgarr. - Mothers Know TIieI: "J 1 n r' si J Genuine Castoria j ALCOHOL "tf TfcK i AVeictablcPrcparafionforAs Always Bears the :.-.,:,.( Fwt hvKePUia- tin g the Slomasand Bowclsa Signature incrcoy nuiuuus""' . Cheerfulness ana neiUi(TOpiam,Morpbincnor I. t : of 3t IIP t i m . v ' o ' o ' f ., : O 1 o ,o o o o o o ' - The Buick Patented Valve and Gage Assists in developing a positive and poiverfui . action in each Buick Valve-in-Head Motor Their accessibility, and simplicity in construction, are Buick advantages that are appreciated, and instantly noticeable as absolutely different from that of other motor cars. Thru them flows the strength of each bubble of gasoline directly to the piston head, filling the Buick Valve-in-Head cylinder with excess power, speed, economy and endurance creating the Buick high standard of motor efficiency in dai...

Publication Title: Kentuckian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Kentuckian. — 1 November 1919

iliiiriii-iOilii'iiiii ICO Ji&GMMCtlff I'm tooM K Sute Meeting of Highway Engineer At Owensboro Next - Month. c Publicity Man Say Evans' Decision at Louisville Has' Encouraged Liqu.or People. cfliiBiiii hod ii mm i ! 1 H Oil 1 .', 1 V 'I ' V , , ''' . . 1 y i W 7 The Kentucky Highway Engineers Convention will be held at Owens- boro, Ky., Nov. 12 to 14, 1919. NOVEMBER 12 Morning Session Welcome on Be half of City of Owensboro Hon. John C. Calhoun, Mayor of Owensboro. Welcome on -Eshalf of Daviess County Hon. C. W. Wells, County Judge Daviess County. Response' on Behalf of Associa tion R. P. DuValle, Co. Road Eng., Franklin county. THE PROGRAM J. W. Spurrier, County Road En gineer Daviess County. Business Meeting for Appointment of Committees, Ac. Afternoon Session Lecture: "Im- That there is danger of the defeat of the statewide prohibition amend ment and that the decision of Judge Walter Evans of the Federal Court at Louisville, granting an injunction against the revenue collect...

Publication Title: Kentuckian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Kentuckian. — 4 November 1919

EVERY OTHER DAT, i F or' - i- '-- Y$2.00-A, YE ART, A i... PAPER For HOME PEOPLE 7 - Elab!ished 1879. Vol. XLINo, 60 HOPKINSVILLE, KENTUCKY, .TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 4, 1919.: i o o EDITORIAL PERISCOPE , - , 1 ; i I : ..nil Vote the Democrat " ticket from Black to Robinson. ',' Remember the polls close at 4 o' clock by railroad time. j . ' .,..-.. ':'' The West Kentucky Journal has appeared at Paducah. A seat on the New York Stock Ex change last -week sold for $100,000, .a record J5rice. i!: Our old subscribers are returning hi large numbers to their "first love.' Come on in, the water's fine. . j The Democrats no longer have an organ in the Courier-Journal that can be looked to for leadership. . Frost is predicted in Kentucky tb !ay. It will be especially ' felt . round Somerset. ' ' " ' ;LV y Tcrciay will tell the tale in the min- rs! strike. . A back-to-the-mines novementi is already claimed. Hogs rallied another 60 cents yes terday,! making an advance of $2.50 from the low water mark ...

Publication Title: Kentuckian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Kentuckian. — 4 November 1919

The Kentuckian. Published . jEefy Tuesday, Thursday JV and baturday MortltrffS by 1PIISIS Ttf KENTUCKIAN COV Chas. M. Meaeham. Editor Herschel A. Lengi . Business Manager Ml iilB IHfc TUBEB WIS W SOUTH & si-IP "'3 I 11 'Established a Hopkinsville Con- SANATORIUM AT EL PASO, ESTABLISHED FOB THIS PUE lervative in 1868. succeeded by Jlopkinsville Democrat 1876. Pub wJi as the South Kentuckian 1879 to 1889. riom 1889 to 1918 s The .Kentuckian. Ft ty-Third Year of Publication , j SUBSCRIPTION RATES 'One year by mail $2.00, One year by carrier vw$oOj fhorter terms t mt: !oportionatei P6SE, WILL GET FINANCIAL AID FROM 75 BULLION CAM-1 PAIGN EDUCATIONAL PROPAGANDA TO INFORM PEOPLE ON HOW TO COMBAT PLAGUE WILL BE CONDUCTED. Advertising Rates on Application 212 SOUTH MAIN STREET. Entered at the Hopkinsville Postof fice as Mail Matter of the Second Class. TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 4k 1919. .. DEMOCRATIC TICKET For Governor Jas. D. Black, Bar bourville. ... For Lieutenant-Governor W. H Shanks, Stan...

Publication Title: Kentuckian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Kentuckian. — 4 November 1919

b &-t iTSSTQRUj u. s. r;.;.urii4as TRICK EXt'OSED ; ft' m df tlie 11 DO you ever study the various .types of clothes worn by men on Uv streets, in a crowd, at the football game, anywhere? Do you notice lY e different styles and grades of work manship? Invariably the man who is attired in good taste makes a favor able impression whether you know or not - The man who" wears quality clothes in good style is quickly distinguish -d from the rest. There's something different about him something you like something that would prompt you to inquire: "Where da you get your clothes." Here in town many men in this class would cheerfully re ply that they wear Kuppenheimer Clothes This stoteis the house of Kuppenh imer Clothe, and the kind of clothes you admire, the kindyou want are httn- the newest Kuppenheimer fall and winter productions. Such clothes are a definite asset to any man; they make you fel comfortable in any company. ,' ' . , .'' i ' Single and double breasled m de s in sui's or...

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

oo It I $ OA is I it OA o: !$ Jo 1 So o oo oo oo oo oo oo oo oo oo oo oo oo oo oo oo oo oo oo oo oo oo v oo Notification of This Great Gicranf-ir Aimcf-m S8S2SSSBB3S323BBJB3SS253EEJ3 Crowds Pour Eager Buyers Are Storming This BARGAIN SPOT SPECIAL! Arrow Brand Collars, all sizes 17 l-2c a Piece .M0X0000000000000 S SPECIAL I o o 10O Georgette Crepe Waists, all( O O Sizes and colors at o $2.95 , & o oooooooooooo-ooooooo INVESTIGATE!: 600 Men's Neckwear, $1.00 value At 800 Children's Union Suits, 7.5c value At Ladies' Jersey Petticoats, $2.00 value At ... : ...... 700 Men's Work Shirts., ?i.25 value At : 1,000 yard3 Brown Domestic, yard wide At ,. 175 Ladies' Combinations, $2.Q values At 1 Lot Ladies' Rain Coats, $3.5t) values At Men's Underwear AT PRICES THAT CANT BE ' BOUGHT FROM MILLS $1.00 Men's Fleece Shirts and Drawers""' For . . . "H. .t V- - ... 84c Our Finish Prices Lower Than Ever The Last n! .i . 1 1 .gi..aMrtaaiTifH irrfrag-t-gys; You have seen sales many sales before Th...

Publication Title: Kentuckian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Kentuckian. — 4 November 1919

oo For . . .". $1.25 Union Suits" For. ..... . . . $1.50 Union Suits For 98c SI is' Milliner FiireisMi $ '"'"i MenVAbbed Lv.wa Suits 1.39 1.59 1.89' i.8ai LeacliyJua vO OO OO vSl OO OO si OO oo oo: OO- If .o O.O' 2.00 Men's Ribbed Uhion Suits For . . . 42.25 Men's Ribbeti Union Suits For 12.50 Men's Ribbed Union Suits. For . $2.50 Men's Best Fleece Union Suits Ij'.pfc '. .. ..... Boy's .Underwear Ail Slashed To The Core This The Last feeK 30 doz. Boys' Ribbed Union Suits, 75c value, for ; 20 doz. Boys Ribbed'Suits, $1.00 " " value, for 35 doz. Boys' Ribbed Union Suits $1.50 value 48c 79c 98-. WE'VE SPLIT THE BARGAINS OPEN SKY WIDE THIS THE LAST WEEK OF THIS GREAT ADJUSTMENT SALE o OO OO OO p OO v OO OO OO OO OO 0h AOv o 0.0. o o oo o o o Oo o o o O-O oo o o oo oo o o v5 oo oo oo oo oo oo oo oo oo oo oo oo oo oo oo oo o- TO) & Never 9ill.'lfcT;cur again so take advantn wbile yi:u have the . Men's Furnishings 25, S)div Men's Sweaters, Dark 'Grey witb two pockets; CI CQ Shawl Colla...

Publication Title: Kentuckian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Kentuckian. — 4 November 1919

1 i3IE I i t r r Cj. 1 i i I'll T r-r hi W ' -V !r. t ' I HOI 2 - . 'ill T. .V .Jti 1 By JULIA A. ROBINSON. Z IIP iXMt,i Perfect heat iar jruaranteed at -a. cost of 3t pec cent leas fuel than by stoves. Save fuel it is need , td. . Get comfort you r'ar entitled to it' ' r- ;.V. --.-,;,T5-, k -4 mm The heart of your home life is in the heat- inj?. Make sure of that comfort and happiness fol lows. ; il" SiVuLLEIi Mrs. Wentwortii had mutel into a new apartment ou l.nwe'l nvniw, It wits In h fashionable purt of tliH-clry. The apartment was up to iiit. with nil tumlem Improvement hihI yi wluit wns there shout It' th;it il'M nut suit Mrs. Went wort li'a nrrlsric tnstV "I'm going to hnve -tn" t'lmnjres here." fslu nald to ber neighbor m the suite below. . "But you don't know Mr. Hunker," retorted the other. "You won't set a i thing done. I promise you that : nonp of Us can. I've boen trying myself for the past five yrW to have biin do a few little things for me and h:ivent got a thing yet....

Publication Title: Kentuckian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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