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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Kentuckian. — 4 November 1919

(r I graph Kodak T77a E m 21 .VfJL Insist on the Autograph-Back--then every picture can be dated and kept accurate FARMS AND CITY PROPERTY 250 acres 3 1-2 miles ou on pike. $65.00 per acre. 140 acres 4 miles south on . pike. $100 per acre. I 135 acres south of city on pike, $135 an acre. 160 acres south of city on pike, $125 per acre.' 86 acres south of city, $3,500. 145 acres south of city, finely Im proved. ; 240 acres south of city, well in proved. , 3 dwellings on South Main streei 4 dwellings on South Virginia St 2 dwellings on East Seventh St . 1 earage centrally located. , J 5 business houses, centrally located ? THEIR GLORY GONE Helgoland to Join Louisbourg as a Memory. Famous French Frtresa In . Canada Has Long Been' Demolished and ' j Soon the German Stronghold Is to Be Razed. . . 1 lT $ Kniahf Campbell-Goates Co., IMrnDDnoiTrn V MARKET BASKET o o -o o o o INCORPORATED Kodak Headquarters i'illl!..8llfflt'J-TU-iy.WVUW1 fincirinati T 7 A mm MOlfNTS JUST IN If you are conside...

Publication Title: Kentuckian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Kentuckian. — 4 November 1919

taammtummKat- m immm tin b8 LmmJ Tm 8 turn f iimaiiWi ti 'ir CmmJ Ti h h li a! 4 7 V JJ i H : ) A. 1 A 13 OF on una VrtiSo) I Ly J' JLJ tarts Promptly a eiiir iQ) 6th 1:30 p. in.. -Next vera Lots From About One To About -Eight Acre?. Groups of Lots Can Be 'Arranged To MaSe, Any Size Lot Desired. THIS SPLENDID PROPERTY IS SITUATED AT THE END OF SOUTH MAIN STREET, HOPKINSVII.1C1E, AND EXTENDS ALONG COX MILL PIKE. ALL BENEFITS OF CITY AND COUNTRY. ' TPfPWJQ 30 per cent cash. 10 per cenfrin one year, , , ILjiiNil iiO io percent two years, balance in 3 years. FOR FURTHER INFORMATION SEE, WRITE, OR WIRE J. T Edmunds and. Henry J. Stites Attorneys for Owner. H Hopkinsville.; Ky. . AT 1 . 30 HI. AUCTIONEERS: Col. M. W. Blair, of Nashville, Tenn Col. J. E Cliborne, of Hopkinsville, Ky. opper TI Til, NEXT THURSDAY, NOV, 6TH Concert by Lebkeucer's Band at 1.15 P. M BAPTISTS HOLD tui a nmiirt 1 II V I1I11JLI1.V materialize. Mr. Ware delivered thf principal address in the morning and after dinne...

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

.A HOME PAPER For HOME PEOPLE Established 1879. Vol. XLI No, 61 HOPKINSVILLE, KENTUCKY, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 6, 1919. 31 llci x" M EVERY OTHER DAY $2.00 A YEAR orrow V" ' Be -OH EDITORIAL PERISCOPE e o o o- Governor-elect Morrow is a twin. Tue new governor will be inaugur ated on December 9th. The sugar profiteers in New York have been indicted. N A Democratic Governor in New Jersey is something to be thankful for. The cathedral at Rhelms has been repaired to an .extent that services are now being held in it. The dam . age was exaggerated. ., .i- Since the -war closed, ' 2,000,342 ' men have been Brought borne. A to tal of 3,421,816 have been discharg ed. ' ; V . Kentucky, Maryland, Mississippi, Massachusetts and New Jersey were ... the five states electing ' governors yesterday. ' , Paul Jones, a negro accused of at tacking a white woman, was taken from the sheriff by a mob and burn ed to a stake after bis victim had identified him.' Sir Thomas Lipton,. whose yacht Shamrock IV has 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. — 6 November 1919

?&cz two thz ixriTUc:;iAij Km The Kcntuckian. ?i iis THE MYSTERY LADY Published Every Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday Mornings by THE KENTUCKIAN CO. By JACK LA WTO N. Cbfts. M. Meacham. .Editor JJerschel A. Long. . Business Manager The residents of the pretty village were excited over her coming. It was Established as Hopkinsville Con-( seldom that anything out of the ordl jervative in 1866. Succeeded by. nary happened and there was much Hopkinsville Democrat 1876. Pub- Interesting speculation as to her pur tithed as the South "Kentuckian 1879 pose in staying among them. It was to 1889. From 1889 to 1918 a The. not as though the arrival had been v.- Jtentuckian. there before, or had friend? In ! Fifty-Third Year of Publication SUBSCRIPTION RATES: , vicinity. Neither hud she seen th? . Pryor place, It was positively known, until the day when she alighted from an afternoon train and walked Idly V ppff The old vacated house attracted her . , n a a UOWU Hie iuuiu oucci, une year Dy m...

Publication Title: Kentuckian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Kentuckian. — 6 November 1919

Go arowick - V Ml. IS CONDUCTING A A Gigantic Sale of Sterling Silver Tableware Single Pieces or Complete Chests lil .hit', -.r- 'rrTTN'T f f.' ' WrwK 1 s .'I Daa ft ant. In 9 cninrnteed f a nnt of 35 Pr cent leas fuel than bv atovel Rav fuel it is need sd. Get comfort you art enuuea to it. The heart of your home life is in the. heat ine. Make cure of that comfort and happiness follows. Caloric, Quality 4. ig TburProtection OW kimN In tb "United States aeartlly aadorM Catorfa Mllty. . Tm warr know ta merit ef, tb Original Patented -( Vuraece. Tkr ullf proof tbet'tt correctly. eppUea : &iMr'M Mwn UM t oirculkUd hOUat-lt Ti ,r (hi Tver and that lta Ironclad Guarantee eC oomfort and economy la alwaya mala co4 by it perfarmaace. Calaria aveceaa la due ta lta artaolplea af eanatraotlon. Tha Calerla la eapeoialiy aeeiaaed for pipeleea heating tha oriental. It I sat a pip furaaea with a eaalor. nor 1 It makeahlft adapted ta cnaat a aaw damaad. Tha beat effort of aoleatlfloally trained ...

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

RECONSTRUCTION OF EURO? TO BE AIDED EY, 3APTISi5 f! Wx 11 mi i yi . , fit JUiUUllU 7 V , Several million clollr.rj realized from the Baptist 75 Million Cam paign w'l be c::?r-i?Jed in the spirit ual reco. st.'netkn cf Europe, it it officially announced, and a commis 3 'on of prominor.t Baptists wi'l leavt ! BIG SPECIAL SALE OF TilE RAiLFsOAD! on 1 1 ill li X Washington, D. C. Forecasts oa there and decide where this assis- iSie probable legislation to be passed tance con be given mcs: effectively Iy Congress to provide for the turn- ; Sag back of the railroads now indi cate that the Republican majority -will try to get the required bill through by the end of the year. At best it an be but last minute legis lation, and those informed on the ? problems the next Congress will have to face predict it will not pass until ofter the roads have actually len banded back. The greatest em barrassment this causes to the coun try is that it continues the eleventh fcour activities that have stamp...

Publication Title: Kentuckian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Kentuckian. — 6 November 1919

PACE fC'JZ . . : ; . . 'rw,awl'''- . himiih n 'L nrkeys : : Waif elf f I - 1 ' 7 1 'f-' BHPII5TIBI0 irM jazz SETSH MISSION nx mi ISE mm ROnERDAM CRflZV HnKfc p ..,,,f ft FIFTH OF 8UM SOUGHT It) FIV YEAR PROGRAM WILL'cOME ( ' - FROM THEM. . Dutch Town Responds Excitedly to American Novelties. I ARE DOING A LARGE WORK EVEN POLICE ARE INFECTED Will Be Utilised As Community Cen ter, Drive Begins. Hospital, Mountain- SchoCIs, Good Will Centers and Church Build ing Fund Maintained by Them in Addition to Regular Gift. . ':5v"iST ft kjrt. We will buy Turkejrs frpm now on until Christ mas but prefer those intended fo thanksgiving mark et delivered, starting Nov. 11 to Nov. 15 inclusive. I WE WILL PAY' THE HIGHEST MARKET PRICES- We would a Ivise turkey raisers to sell a'l their w -11 Matured turkeys for the I tianksgiving market. Fox Brothers Jr- A t " ' . i V If w V V ,, ' : .;. i " i ? - - ; Csbaret Entertainers Sing Ragtime Stuff, but When Doughboys Join in the People Go Wild With Excite m...

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

n . 3 A $M'M TOuiG" J ! i ," ' '"-"" C 7' -41 a , a l B VI a -a M U a B a a m a M m U al I a as I'.'m r.m H .- a n '91 a .a ,fii v fca J a a GRAIN I RILL The Name Tells a True Story" Plain and Fer t ilizer Discs and Hoe Drills. , ; L . ft iflllPfi f Spe of its Features Frame is made from Heavy Augle Steel Axles, are jyrfd.Ued steel Wheels Wood or. steel four-inch tires. ti... Son Wpuw hich carbon steel." " , Furrow Openers Single disc or closed delivery type. Hoppers Extra large capacity. -Z3' Feeds Positive force feed for grain and fertilizer. We Sell Globe Fertilizer The largest amount of actual available plant food is th. best me .eflhanical condition for the least amoint of money. ' WE ARE HERE TO PLEASE YOU Planers Hardware Go. Incorporated. v 5 City Bank & Trust Co. Sijs Kxica Ulj Tito, Oa Das- tefs Adnce, loose tarcxi Hixaon, Tenn. "About 10 years a (fa ! waa..." aaya Mrs. J. a Gadd, of this place. "I Buffered with a pain In my left aide, could not sleep at night with thi...

Publication Title: Kentuckian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Kentuckian. — 6 November 1919

THE tOEOTUCKIAH .1 t 4 - . Net Contents 15TluidDfaolmj jn!"l I vA h ll"if.-.uv)J t u j n 111111) M. j K H j-AVecfablc FrcparationforAs L c.-fnii.-ii.-firtlheFoodbvRcSula- lingtheStomachSM i Thcrcbj' Promoting Digestion Cheerfulness and RcslConteins neither Opiam,Morpmnen Mineral Not wargo i AbtSrma H arm Suit ClaiiMSagar AhclpfulRcmedyfor ConftipatioiiandDiarrhoea and Fevcrishness and t cc- nF Sleep Facsimile Sinaturem . For Infants and Children. Mothers Know That Genuine Castoria Always Bears the 'nature of Signature iLir . iTA M ft W IHEL BY IIICKEL : Newspaper Man Dribbled Profit to Beggar. His Little Transaction by Which " Scribe Thouoht He Was to Make $2.65 Didn't End In Just That ' . Deeired Way. For Sale Exact Cory of Wrapper. In Use For Over Thirty Years to bill TMC CCRTAUR COMMNT, NEW YORK OITT. tJ3Jt m a m nii -1 a tg 1 iBiiifflmgiw'ii"irBtiiBm IT' SEZSSSSB , WHY not let us have your business? We can furnish you sugar and flour in barrel lots, will give you the best prices...

Publication Title: Kentuckian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Kentuckian. — 6 November 1919

i ' 1 " " zz . )' r" - - " a ; ; - . nitfiiw-v n-n ---- 0 O iiii- iJjiLL ilia U kLj ej i ! M o 51 qnoillll To o At the request of friends we have decided toopen another 40 foot street from Buck ner Strret to C6x Mill Pike; also another 40 foot street from Faulkner street to Cox MillPikein " ' ' FAULKNER;: DIVISION Metcalfe street will run from Buckner street'to the Cox Mill pike on the South line of lots 21 and 52 of Block "F" and lots 21 and 51 of Block "G." Anderson street will extend from Faulkner Street on South line of lots 11 and 42 of Block "F" MARK CHANGE ON YOUR PLAT. . " ' Ladies Especially Invited to Attend This Big Auction Sale of FauMcner Division. EDMUNDS & ST1TES, Attorneys, for Owner Hopper Building. . Hopkinsville, Kentucky. Concert by Lebkeucher's Band at 1:15 P. M. ' , Today, Thursday, .Nov. G, at )0- RBWER Mil :30p. v if I NRHK FOR ('.Continued From First Page.) can. 351 "351 573 can. o oo o- 180,580. "' ' ' ';. " ' In Mississippi. " ' Jackson, Miss., Nov. 5....

Publication Title: Kentuckian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Kentuckian. — 8 November 1919

$2.00 A YEAR Established 1379,-Vol. XLI No. 62 1 HOPKINSVILLE, KENTUCKY, SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 8, 1919. EDITORIAL" periscope -o jp Still there has been no killing frost Outside calls on hotel phones in Louisville now' cost a dime. , ' Socialists elected II. II. Vogt, a tin ner, mayor of Massillon, Ohio, ' And there Btood Christian county in the dry column by 102. majority. Hopkinsville gave 1104 Votes to Morrow and. 939 to Black, a Repub lican majority of 165. - Philadelphia elected J. H. Moore, "republican, mayor of Philadelphia by 197,241 majority. It Js a Tear today since the armis- ficA was jrirrned and the former kaiser ia still unpunished. Republicans in Louisville are to have a big Rastuscation meeting to jubilate over the outcome. " "Gov. Black carried Trigg, by 26, WanViorv. Renubhcan. had oi .....--..J I i mai&rity for Representative. In Paducah Tom Hazelip was giv en another quietus, being defeated by F. W. Katterjohn for mayor by 86 votes. . Speaking of luck R. M. Isler...

Publication Title: Kentuckian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Kentuckian. — 8 November 1919

The Kcntuckiun. Published Every Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday Mornings by THE KENTUCKIAN CO. J- j i i k Lt iuuii Chaa. M. Meacham ....Editor Herschel A. Long, . Business Manager Established ag Hopkinsville Con servative in 1866. Succeeded by Hopkinsville Democrat 1876. Pub Eahed ci the South Eentuckian 1879 Jo 18&. From 1SS9 to 1918 as The Kentucldan. - Fifty-Third Year of Publication SUBSCRIPTION RATES: One year by mail.... $2.00 One year by carrier $2.50 Sorter terms at same proportionate rates lit On Viit To Hi Erother, T.V"J; Baugh jnd Accompanied By Hia . English Bride. i Lg at is A iait'iaiiii He TerriLIe Pains in Back Sides. Cardui Gave Relief. Arthur Baugh, chief machinists' mate, of the United States Navy, stationed now at Charleston, S. C, is here on a visit to his brother, Thos. J. Baugh. This is Mri nrsi visit nere in ten years, A'orksvillc, La. .Mrs. Alice Johnson, of this place, writes: "For one year I suffered with F.n awful misery in ray tack and sides. My lea s...

Publication Title: Kentuckian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Kentuckian. — 8 November 1919

o I will sell at Public Auction, on the Tandy farm 2 1-2 miles from Pembroke, on ey lw. mil THE FOLLOWING DESCRIBED PEItSOilAL PROPERTY: 10 Head Work Mules, aged 4 to 10. ' ) , . "- i .' 1 Harness Horse. . ..' ' .' .; t 4 Head 'Black Angus Cattle, 3 registered. ... 3 Registered Angus Calves. ........ .-. " -.,.... 1 Jersey Milk Cow. , . . : ;. 4?.... 3 Wagons, 1 Binder, 1. Mower, 3 Cultivators, 3 Rastus Plows, Lot . Single and Double Plows Double .Shovels, Hay Rake, Disc Harrow, 1 Cut-a-way Disk, 1 Roller; 1 Hog Kettle, Several Smaller '- Kettles ! 3 ' '.Smoothing Harrows, 2 Sets 4-Horse Wagon" Harness, Full Lot Small Tools, Hoes', ' Axes, etc' - -'r GliWS PLAY EVANSVILLE Cost Cams of the Season Expected On Local Grounds This Af , ternoon. I. One Set Furniture and Other Household Effects ( :" TERM?; ? Uridc ,.$io sash, jq ver $1 0 frfctesr 8 .nionth$..withaut. inter cstif paidat maturity, ffrnot in ter- PHIL' ' BAPTIST FOREIGN MISSION ARIES REJOICE TO HEAR OF CAMPAIGN In reply to 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. — 8 November 1919

SVEDDING EELLS o- -o oo oo o- HUM i miku Willi .1 ME -'Kim Elizabeth Cayce Becomes , -Bride of Mr. We.ley P. Daltoa. . . tb X)n Thursday evening at 6:30 o'- eOock, Mihs Elizabeth. Cayce and Mr. 7es?ey V. Daltori were married at h'e liorae of the; bride's- parents, Mr. -and .Nrs. 1). D. Cayce, on South Main Street. . ; ... ,' f - The boautif ul home was tastily -JecorateJ with SoutHern smilax and eat flowers and , a. .Whjt e cohered aisle jte! from this staircase thru the hall . aoj Jibjary tfij. he, allar, under the -archway between toe ...dining room -nd, library, .- . ; Slagging from the center of ( the, rth wan' a huire wedti.iiar bed ia trreen mad white with vellov ribbon f$jBjw running to, the cornent of -tik xniom' ' '' ' . ." w ..'..Before the ceremony, Mrs. Ezn- wett Haydon 'aangu "I; Lov e You Jralynr and ."Beauty's .Eve." ! The ' !dtng 'p'irtf 'entered tp the tune unj T wvuoinjf marcn putyea aj r Misa Mary Virginia Stevens. First . -anie the two. bridesmaids. Misses iCcna ...

Publication Title: Kentuckian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Kentuckian. — 8 November 1919

:- ' ((' ) mmm m , I ; :' V,:--; .V. ) ' ' V' " ' : 3 if 3 if ( IVM Met . j . i i, . . j V 1 . Cohen &.Lang NEW YORK COIIlliiAKG -. . . " 5 j ' ' ' Clothes is the ; answer. They give you the utmost in value for your money. AN exceptional clothes display awaits men JiAi and young msn at this store. The finest rendy to put-on made in America. And there's a big advantage to you in their price, because they ' sse priced lower than their present market cost would justify Represented are the newest developments iii men's and young men's suit styles. Single and double-breasted models. , Some have belts, which are removable; waist seams; all the new treat ' ments. Smart looking fabrics; browns, grays, blues, Q.'-S flfl greens; plain and noveity patterns Big values at - .'ixJJ.I Others at $35, .$40, $50, to $75 , . 1 4 4 4 4 4U 4T ; OFCoats9 ' too ; TOP-COATS; A-WILDe VARIETY. THE BELTER MODELS aro the decided Favorites. Developed in herringbone' weaves, twills, vicu nas, diagonal -weave...

Publication Title: Kentuckian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Kentuckian. — 8 November 1919

'C ': . . f i. ': fs r i- f- f fl .- i M i 'f 1- ? v -' t- r a t ; ? t f ; , ; , :. . f. r : . . : P t , ' 1 '. V M. i i M. X S tM l ' 11 iJ - -' u i i v f v ry v1 is ' i ; " i i 1 ! i OF TOE- Ecu m o Ci 1 1 - -A Vm- "Hats off to the American Red Cross the best auxiliary organi .,! zation attached to any army in any country. Wm. M. Greene, Co. H, 116th Infantry, 1 . ' I f 1 i f i II 11 "Here was the gold thread In the crimson skein of war the Red Cross." Charles W. O'Connor, . Co. D, 2Gth Infantry, War '65. r i c i tr "The Red Cross has been my E 1 : JBig Ma all riht." Captain L. Martewig, War '63. 0.11s red cross ma i i it 5 ; ' ..I I 11 i it '4 : ! i ate G DC 0 'J? 5 9 AT 11 RE . -.'5 1 b Come Eadxr mm The biggest bargains of fhe Entire 'Sale are oh the last day. Don't Forget! Take advantage now while the opportunity is here, after Today, Good bye low prices forever . LADIES SHOES . Special 100 Pairs Ladies' Button and Lace Shoes, values to $9.00 at . u '.-'.- ... $2.95 MEN'S UNDE...

Publication Title: Kentuckian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Kentuckian. — 8 November 1919

gfiiiii n D. P. McCoy, of ' LaFayet'.a, Les Hi Crop of 11 Acre Of Tobacco. D. P. McCoy, of the . LaPsyett; neighborhood, lost his barn by ;fi'e Wednesday night, with his crop of H acres of tobacco. Tho fire origin ated in the top of the' barn from spark in, the dry tobacco.. , The loss was heavy and the insurance snail. U'nce a? ay with her motr.er; ' Mrs. va JfcCoy. and saw her teachers killed.' Mrs. McCoy said Miss Fencil grasped Miss Shennunvas though to drag her out of danger. COURT MOVE IS NEXT III STRIKE ASSISTANT ATTORNEY GENER AL AMES STATEMENT KILLS HOPE FOR EARLY END SAYS STRIKE IS UNLAWFUL Wk you irut fire, Imh 4m or kaaa! iMiiraaco Ut lb OUaat Strongvat r CapaiM, , So WALLACE INSURANCE v AGENCY. Oca . .uira. " freiiieot Wil Sifn Order Re. J ; atari a f Fual Admin'utratiaa, Wartime Power. f Corsar Ntatb aai Washington, Nov. 7.--Organized T.fcViorV nronofval for pnrfinv rka rna Mala. ' ' strike through withdrawal of uijunc m. 537 'Vion proceedings Against officers of the U...

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

t -i o A I J f mm TUESDAY, NOV. II, . I )D I'jHWI .riLiLiiLi ' AT S;SO O'CILOCIK ' : spices ! Christian County Chapter Asiierican LegESii anc ross , - mm 1 , r -, lUiuy.nii UNION Gil flu ft -fir-. 3 V:",r r V ;W'-- .,- ,1.::".:: scorns vtaMianska rA MaL-ps Rct-onl 'Exclusive-' ' .... V Iy for Columbia .Some !bf Hcrttclt :" Lquisc; , Jour Dcp'uTs fe t : v-'i -.v-"S $1.50 IKiss MeAgaii) (Her bert) .' r'. '78 Bonnie Swee t Hessic (The Maid oDun dec) . . 49443 :. 'J :T f i:to: 1.50 ''' : ; i ini -jj; i ;v redfield beats high cost of shoes www f " .; .;. Vn ! . I M"M"iaMJJft"''M''' 1 ii Migffwirir-inrrrt)-iTiiV'tii-ifTmiii wuMMfn-iti - ---rT mmt l(m ,IM, . , Lijjji jf William C. KeunHil. MfereiHry of ituiiiiMri'.'. Iiai- fouutl: ti wjky to (nHt lh (1iIk'I cost of shoes. H has his mrnlf of xhark t)kin. , Slinrk leather I- both i . hcHp iinu auriime. it is nixo neiit nml nirty In iiainiK-e. as this pholoxnipli lit the IUnlfleld feet shows. . Other Good Records By Lashanska 1. Annie Laurie ...

Publication Title: Kentuckian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Kentuckian. — 8 November 1919

U L 1 if 1 1 m m GaAAAA, ,aaaa; ; ; ; w w wv v DC 1 1 ill I ijlUVIUlUil vvvvvvvvvvvmoooQ ! V -J ! ! ! Over 100 splendid suburban lots GRAIN .DRILL ,will be sold at Public Auction Thurs day, November 6th, at 1:30 o'clock. Band concert 4at 1:15 on the grounds 0 tt "The Name Tells a True Story" Plain and Fertilizer Discs and Hoe Drills. - : .. :' I and promptly at 1 :30 two great Auc tioneers will start the biggest Aus tion Sale pf Suburban Property ev er held in Western Kentucky. Re member the time, 1 :30 Thursday, November 6th, and the place, Faulk ner Division, situated where South Main street extends into the Cox Mill Pike. Terms: 30 per cent cash, BAPTIST 75 MILLION CAMPAIGN WILL RAISE BIG SUM FOR RETIRED MINISTERS. t CARE FOR THE WIDOWS, TOO JlO per c'ent.'in one year, 10 per cent Total Of 5,000.000 Include On Pr- in two years and balance in three gram For This Purpose Insur ance Feature Also Included. years. For further information see, write or wire EDMUNDS & STITES, Attone...

Publication Title: Kentuckian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Kentuckian. — 8 November 1919

V "V" V V v V O i, t! t V ft I f- ii f. j"wri:yT ll'f' i 1 ri'h"rl r in mi ,1 Only SeTen Car Released For This ' i Week and Shortage May Ee ;V Acute. Mm)' La L3 0 TTf Mayor Bassett's visit to Louisville V the first of the week resulted in re-j li'eving the coal shortage to some ex tent Each of the seven coal dealers I was promised one car this week and the cars came in yesterday. In ad-jjT dition 14 cars two to each dealer i T ware promised for next week. j " A car was consigned to Forbes Manufacturing Company one half of IT which was to be used to relieve theljP .threatened shortage at Bethel Col-tjT lege, and the rest by the.Forbes em-X ployes, but the car was taken fromi;P pie company, after its arrival andj given to one of the mills. It is sup-. posed .it will, be replaced. The I amount of coal promised does not! permit any large amount to be sent! to any ene person. It is barely enough to supply emergencies. ,.-.c--. ... . f; .lOOT-flHEax . ri .... xr,trr. -OO OO- STOCK MARKETS...

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