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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Kentuckian. — 15 November 1919

SDH W IS TO ENTER wisirpiiEs -THE GREATEST- L "1 WILL JOT DEC EVER 1NVENHD III FO Do You Kno FORD CARS That it is estimated that ninety per tent of the trouble and HMnvs PV. V paricr.ced with Ford Cars is with the ignition system. and is due to brok en or faulty insulation; wet coils and connections; foul and dirty connections; cracked or broken porcelians and short circuits due to ther causes which are not serious within themselves; all starting: troubles due tc wet or damp coils, can be completely, perfectly and permanently corrected by the use of a B. & H. Coil Insu lator? Th ator e o. .cfe o. loil Insu FOR ALL FORD CARS ni GUARANTEES DRYNESS OF COILS IN WET WEATHER AND FREEDOM FROM IGNITION AND STARTING TROUBLES DUE TO WET, FOULED OR IMPROPERLY INSULATED COIL CONNECTIONS. This is a device which is needed on every "Ford Car and one which h indispensable on Fords which are used in damp, wet or rainy weather. It protects-the coil box and connections frcm the rain and water whic...

Publication Title: Kentuckian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Kentuckian. — 15 November 1919

H :J u r1 WSlPlrt ' ir ilfii H'no)rr j ,:fr!fe'iu7i ii . v0' 3i fSkliT; film-.. "" . I riy . J ax layers ; . ' I am now making the assessment -f city 'property for taxes for next 3rear, 1920. Everybody who owned .-any property on the first day of Ju ly, 1919, Subject to city taxes U ?-urgt 3 to call at my office in the City I la 11, at once, and list said property litis assessment must be completed -within a short time and you are urg ed to call at once. T. E. BARTLEY, City Assessor Hardwicic That terrible headache may be caused by your eyes. You say you have had it for years? Why do you not have your eyes examined. We will gladly tell you if you need glasses, and if you do not need .them ve will be equally frank. j SATISFACTION GUARANTEED Hard wick CITY TAXES. City taxes for the year, 7 919, are '.now ..e it (: pnyab'c at r.iy ollico in City JIall, and if same are not paid before October 1, 1919, interest will begin to accrue thereon at the rate of 8 per cent per annum, and if - sa...

Publication Title: Kentuckian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Kentuckian. — 15 November 1919

j ldiiu 111 imn iiiiiiii mw ii mi im w ii i urn mil ii i , Wl US HAS REMEDY PerfecSiojffi On eft mm ft ( HEATE no W n : r ' 'r,f", .'..v , : r ; - i h : . . -r, .. . We will buy Turkeys from row on uniil Christ- o mas but prefer tbo?e i(?tended fo thanksgiving mark livered, starting Nov. 11 to Nov! 15 inclusive. J et deli WE WILL PAY THE HIGHEST MARKET PRICES- We would aJvi53 turkey raisers to sell all their well Matured turkeys for the Thanksgiving market. LJ H K BL9HOE Co. Incorporated. " tj Honkinsville, Kentucky. ? pkinsville 3 Miles S. W. of Ho ON CANTON PIKE Having Sold The Blakey Farm, I will on the Above Date Offe - For Sale The . . Following Property. hPA of work mules 2'young muh-3-2 years old, 2 work marc's. 4 high grade Jersey milk cows, 6 high grade Pol ed Durham cows 'l hi jgrade Polled Durham .bull. 2 years old, 5 Polled Durham Calves, 15 common , grade calves 10 common cows and elves, 15 Duroc Shoats, 125 pounds each, corn fed; 3 Duroc brood sows T Ensilage cutter, g...

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 November 1919

AS SEEM CY Af OUTSIDER Western Recorder Editor Gives Beth el Woman's College ' Bjoost. ooh -Stoves, liaiigGsf1Isa 00 E. B. Hatcher, field editor of the Western Recorder, gave the follow ine account of his recent visit to Bethel Woman's College: The Funeral Postponed. The grave diggers were disappoint ed and mourning friends cancelled their orders for creDe. Bethel Wo man's College at Hopkinsville, Ky., last session had only 25 scholars and while some were thinking of an appropriate theme for the funeral discourse over the departed, and while our Education Society was turning toward Russellville as the place where it mierht build a prosper ous woman's college department, lo, the college trustees of the dying Hopkinsville school decided to blow the resurrection trumphet! A $30 000 dormitory very handsome was at once projected . and in ten weeks it' was completed arid filled with students. A cablegram went scudding away to Venice with its presidential lasso for Dr. J. W. Gaines, and in...

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 November 1919

For $2.C0 A YEAiC lis I'ECPLI 1) ilablishtJ 1879.. Vol. XLI No. 65 HOPKINSVILLE, KENTUCKY, TUESDAY. NOVEMBER, 18 1919. i I IV I ii 1. ; EDITORIAL PERISCOPE Pumpkins pies .are now much' talked about as a possible course for the Thanksgiving dinner. The best recipe for pumpkin pie may be of - interest to .housekeepers. Carefully prepare the other ingredients for the pie and then take a small piece of pumpkin with all traces of seed and rind cut avay with a sharp knife. Soak the slice, of pumpkin in pure fresh water removing all taste and . odor of pumpkin, then hold it up' in the right hand between, the pie and !t"ue sun, So that the shadow of the pumpkin will fall on the pie until 'you can count ten, then give the pumpkin to the cow, and bake the pie, either latticed with crust or i covered with whipped cream. ' .' Presidential candidates are now sparring, for position, Herbert Hoov er is. said to be hopeful that both parties may be induced to nominate him on a straddle platform. On ...

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 November 1919

Kentuckian, v - fi'.hOii THE LAST Published Every Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday Mornings by THE KENTUCKIAN CO. HOME SWEET HOME f AYMENT CH VICTORY BONDS -G-oT A (?Aise AD JL- r Chas. M. Meacham Editor Herschel A. Long.. Business Manager iiC ( TRA- CV -NOGi?ocCB CAM ' 1 , UJ . ' . Established as Hopkinsville Con- iervative m 1866. Succeeded Hopkinsville Democrat 1876. Pub lished as the South Kentuckian 1879 lo 1889. From 1S89 to 1918 as The Kentuckian. Fifty-Third Year of Publication SUBSCRIPTION RATES: One 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 Hopkinsville ,Postof fice as Mail Matter of the Second Class. SATURDAY, NOVEMBER IS, 1919 A Texas rancher named Koker not has given ?50,000 to the Baptist campaign. He made is money from the milk in the Kokernot herds. The Leitchfield Gazatte uses an expression that is always ambigu ous and remarks that there are "tiuite a f...

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 November 1919

o. - "a passer li:;e . ; in LA It ' v' J.J . -t. CV "Wj I Kin'T"' We jwill buy Turkey fi orn now on until Christ mas but prefer; those intended jfo thanksgiving mark et delivered, starling Nov. 11 to Nov. 15 inclusive. WE I WILL PAY THE HIGHEST MARKET PRICES- It's a velvet season resard!B of what dealgnors attempt to make women wear, said one h'v) maker recently, and this i coat dress of black velvet 'be. out the statement. The costume Involves the new brassier lin, and ia trimmed lu wbiie ribbuy. The Perfection gives glowing warmth at the touch of a match. Heats up the coldest room in a few minutes. Burns ten hours on a gollon of oil. Light, Strong andhand -some, easily carried a bout. , It is a wonderful con venience on cold morn ing. We carry them in Blue, Enamel and Black fin c We would adviss turkey r.ti, eri i.i zAl all iieir v Matun dj turkey j-; f t-r li e Thmkhgivu inarkeU 1 k 8 MAN MERELY FCCT SECOND y . Swift'y as Aviators Travel Through 4 thi Air, the Swallow Easily 1 Ou...

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 November 1919

4,w f, a. it iioa , SUEflLEV FOR GLASS POST v. Merchandising Methods Old and N ew J LoMiiille Man Moat Often Mention ed For Treasury Portfolio. 1 J 1 ! Washington, Nov. 17. Two na Xivb -Kentuckians are among the half decuen men being discussed here to-day as possible successors to Sec . reiary of the Treasury Carter Glass, who will retire from his cabinet post this week to take the Senate seat made vacant by the death a few days -go by Senator Thomas S. Martin, "Virginia. Ex-Repreaentative Sweger- Sher . ley, Louisville, was the man most .irequently mentioned today to suc ceed Secretary Glass. .vir. Sherley is now director of finance of the railroad administration. In the last congress the Kentuckian was char . man of the House Committee on Ap r propriattons and is regarded by President Wilson and other officials . as an expert on finance. Mr. Sherley was one of the first . proponents of the budget system. He is a native of Louisville and was . graduated from the Louisville High Sch...

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 November 1919

1 raw 11 lib jc i -aw t b x-f ' till "'l'v-; t, jV V M ill ? STTi &J ! O MOORE S AIR TIGHT HEATER Long lasting and cuts down your fuel bill r Circulates the air like a Furnace. Warms the Cold Places. 1 Makes the House Comfortable. . Forbes Mfg. Company l INCORPORATED T ' : j " 1 "" - .'rjv.r:.: 1 rrrrrrm j . , . , "... ' Sji i ' . i ii-tiM;5..vgJvj.-li,i r.l).iii-ii..iiX-in- i' i-JtaB 6 i i; Save Money on Your Farm Gates : . "... Put Up Guaranteed . CAN'T SAG: GATES Costs no more than prdinaiy gates -LET US SHOW YOU These Gates. : .For beslfg. INCORPORATEP, IlieMost tnensnea ie mosi Book in We have Albums in raper, Gloth and prices to o o o o 0 0 Campbell-CoateB Incorporated. I The Home of The New Edison. r? Co, The Home I Leather at Suit all Co. 111! r, ,m!!S ,C'ruer,rlU'v ,J,f ,,,Hn,U"1, rlvi' LID. from Columblu on:vrlty. New York. n Hit un of Hie university's library. NEEDED IN BUSINESS WORLD U.-fant Reasons fsr Trantplanting fts turned Soldiers From Army to Civil Life Withou...

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 November 1919

1-m. . -J o ("j I hih i IvU ti sit us I Net Contents 15Tlid Drarhr fj1; (itife i!5 ffilU J n i; - e! r- h M.COMOL-3 PER CLNT. AVciSctutlcPfcparafiofttorAs-similntinaihcIoodbyKciuta-1 iintMhtSion;sandBvvls 1 . Thereto' I'romoUni Digestion Cheerfulness ano kbs.wi neither Opium.MonWnern" Mineral. Not NahctiC 1 PwnpJtm Sua , jiUSmta ! AhclpfulRcmedyfor . . and Fcvcrbhnpss wd lacSimilc.Sijnatu;0' For Infant nr.l fMldrcn. Motiisrs Know Tii . Genuine Castoria Alwayi Bears ti ; Signature 2 II ' 111 - 8 ' W HE ROOTER 1 1 TZ rnntor is a sort o: j i;a..U'l; r.l) '.0 SUp;. '.il.'o;:o o;':V';t at our U ' 1 . mm II II I ' . II . H . i ii ninin ii i t - .i ;,f i U y U In Use For Over Thirty Years . Ill Ert Cony cf Wrapper. TNI 0VUII "" 1 " . I 1 WALLACE INSURANCE AGENCY J 1 ) Kns RFPRESENTED seme cf the , f-ort of hunmn li(R t!)'? football i ..(!: j. 4ie ;o;j!.oT;tt or n vasi ;niwl. rrr!.!l . o tl.'n rlr.i of fare, ;: '.criK"! ;i fi;..;o of wildly 1'. ', Ui'.' luibsiots '( the rooter to .!. f.-.in...

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 November 1919

Mice j 1 LL" .VOQnopTHESdUTt WILL RIGCI 15,000.:000 In! - J Tmnm mi z i ) L MALLORY, VTjj ' !' - CO R R ES PONDI WGW ' 'i - - . fVU BY BAPTIST 7 SECRETARY OF W' - ' !1 1T1 f! '""I 1 "V ai 1 WC'Mi" WOMEN JOF ORGANIZED WORK K - J : jufcik ' . J APKPP 'wkv ALABAMK AMONG SOUTHERN' f l-fk'i-'f " ' ' HMKX tS baptist 2' f M. II iMjn1" i-'-n . nSayers hospital for women L J I 'C; pjarC" r- -,.r-.-r - Ay; at hwana hifm thima pppr. r f j v - i y-Si TlLllU J s TED BY THE BAPTIST VVOMEnV t?.?'Vt M ' ' K - --;.V;Cv sss . 600D WILL CENTER H OKLAHOMA MIN? INii C iTH CT WHERE HJi DRZW 0?F0aEIGfJR5 ARE AHERfTzfeO FOREIGN NUR3E0 DOING A SURGI CAL DRESSING IN MEMORIAL HOSPITAL EREC TED fc5Y &APTI5T WOMAN MARY P. WILLI NGHAM SCHOm oLut kioge.ga,, WHE YOUNG WOMEN ARE TRAINED FOR SERVICE By FRANK E. BUHKHALTER Are you used to thinkiffg of wo man's part in church work as mere ly tliat of going to Sunday School, prayer meetinff and'nrenrhinir 1 ices, giving ptuk teas occasionally ia aonor or distinguis...

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 November 1919

fill - i IF i V nil : J f ( i a a v. Kj 10 IB V r i j: 4? Z Mil v -5 1 ! v' ... v,. . .....Ci-.i.. I if It 1 Aft i , 1 11 ' Mrs. 1. M. U1UO 01 VVBSUlll6-""i ouv".. - - . decorated by Mrs. Josepheus Daniels , wife of the secretary of tho navy, now holda the record In. the Women's Legion-made up ot wies and mothers of members of the American Legion. She had ssven sons in the sorvlce. Mrs. Daniels Is vice prosldent of the order. ENGAGE SADDLE HORSES FOR BAPTIST CAMPAIGN Impauable Road in Texas Will Not Prevent the Every-Member Canvass in Drive. Because the continued rains may make the roads in Texas impassable during Victory Week in the Baptist 75 Million Campaign, all valuable saddle horses are being engaged by the Baptists of thnt State to be em ployed by the members of the canT vassing teams in the actual drive for funds, November 30-Decembn' 7, Dr. L. R. Scarborough, general di rector, has been advised. Texas has assumed the task of raising $16,000, JJPO, and the workers there hope...

Publication Title: Kentuckian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Kentuckian. — 20 November 1919

-For $2X0 A YEAR 1 v ' For HOME PEOPLE" V'. -4 -4 iblishcd 1S7& Vol XLI No, 67 HOPKINSVILLE, KENTUCKY, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER, 20 1919. ,31 T1 TJfc EDITORIAL PERISCOPE o o -o- i s"' ' f ' I i j i' I .. cm c The moit indifferent to the sugar famine are the n'ewly-wed3. People of New York have gone on a milk boycott because milk is 16 cents a quart and nin cents a pint. ' The' silver in a dollar is now yalu-! ed at $i.05 or .five Cents more'fhan a gold dollar. - ; . man named Music has been con demned to die at Ashland, Ky. He must be like some we liave heard. Those two Englishmen who ran against Lady Astpr for parliament don't seem to be gallant enough to give a seat to a lady.. ' Mrs. Frank W- Woolworth,' widow of the late head of axhain of stores, will receive an income of $443,000 a' year- from her husband's estate. "So fc&ch ,for the" ten-cent store. , Uncle Joe Cannon, of Illinois, be came a great-grandfather j on the . 13th. It is the proper procedure for cannon to be follo...

Publication Title: Kentuckian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Kentuckian. — 20 November 1919

77 The Kcntuckian. .Published Every Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday Mornings by . THE KENTUCKIAN CO. Chas. M. Meacham Editor Eerschel A. Long.. Business Manager t Established as Hopkinsville Con torvative in 1866. Succeeded by Hopkinsville Democrat 1876. . Pub lished as the South Kentuckian 1879 ko 1889. From 1889 to 1918 as The JCentuckian. Fifty-Third Year of Publication SUBSCRIPTION RATES: One year by mail..., $2.00 One year by carrier ...$2.50 Shorter terms at same proportionate rates Advertising Bates on Application 212 SOUTH MAIN STREET. Entered at the Hopkinsville Postof fice as Mail Matter of the Second Class. ; THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 20, 1919 Practically all of the 20,000 min ers m the Kentucky and Tennessee district No. 19 are expected to be back at work this week. ' Democratic campaign headquar ters will be kept open at the Seel bach for the 1920 campaign. Those in charge have : earned a rest. ' "Uncle John Shell, at 131, is a ter rible .example of how a young man can have his...

Publication Title: Kentuckian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Kentuckian. — 20 November 1919

' Sheriff John Gowan ot,'.' " ..,: I '-: 7? ounty and a number of meters of QQllLDMT MATCH THAT STORY . 'irr !- rrir iff ,1: -i.;- t,. ... . it.';.--'- !! Save Honey on Your Farm Gates Put Up Guaranteed CAN'T SAG GAT S Costs no more than ordinary gates LET US SHOW YOU These Gates. rlbes Mfg. INCORPORATED. Co III iffll COS I i) WIN While Maldng'. Antl-Lea'ru Speech I Taken BV Lefioa Men and ' . Shipped Qut o-f Town. .' ..Ortonville, Minn., Nov.' 19. Er nest Landeen, former congressinan from the fifth Minnesota district, who was to speak at a' local theatre tonight against the league of nations, was taken from the stage by mem-t bers .of the local post of the Ameri can Legion, escorted to the railroad tracks and locked in a refrigerator , ' -.-. - . , car. . - .-, . ; The train was just pulling out and it is believed, trainmen did not see Lundeen put aboard. Vr ' A lafgejrrowif. had gathered at the local opera'.Jiouse to hear Lundeen's sppech.' Just atf )ie started to talk, the local ...

Publication Title: Kentuckian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Kentuckian. — 20 November 1919

inifF-in fiprpirp1" HHULUi ( unus 'J... f n) i i V1 iiig Fire In Uaicu County in Which Chaa. !!. Meacham, Jr., Was ' , ! . .' Heavy Loser toosoooo OOOC09CO0 V LUKL LOiii ?! iraiooi ARE II fly Morganfield, Ky., Nov. 9. The "large dwelling house of W. E. Ham iier, at Eagle Creek Stock Farm, four mik'. from, :his city,, was burne4 this msn;ir.g r-r.d entirely destroyed .The fire originated in the roof and was '.well under way when discover ed. It was occupied by Mr. and Jilrs. Qamner and the family of their sqw-ln-ilaw, Chas. M. Meacham, Jr. lJoili fan ilies lofctpractically all of their belongings, Mr. Meacham being Tay Irani honfe. There is some in '?,'ce on., the home and contents, ; ftmifpot enough to . cover , any eoa rttHtiAs part of the losses. The JioT?ew?Va two-story frame bfiild- 'itig rftei -my, rooms aril the loss Is 'ivery 5y. . .- . tr One Jilted Lover, Seekin j to Girl, Destroy Four Others. Kill II t 0 0 WHen you want fire, torn o Am or bond insurance in the OTdo.t See V...

Publication Title: Kentuckian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Kentuckian. — 20 November 1919

' ; United State Department of Asri culture Bureau of Crop Estimates. 'r 11 IH! a ffli Si n n B n a tt a B a B B a B B 30" 7 . v, i Black Kid, Patent and Brown Kid Vainps with Grey, Brown and Mouse tops in button boots. AA to C Price 1 $15 00 gy iv 5S ; .Bimr. Shaft . AI! Black, Dull and Light Kid with full Lewis Covered Heels. AA to E. Price - $12.00" $14.00 V '" I I i C03 Brown Kid, Beaver Brown and all Two Tone Shades, turns and welt soles. A X to C. Price 9 $15.00 Kentucky's 1Q19 tobacco crop i estimated at 457,330,000 - pouada, corn 83,700,000 bushels and pota toes 4,690,000 bushels in the Noyem ber Government crop report for Ken tucky issued here today by H. F. Bryant, field agent of the U. S. Bu reau of Crop Estimates. Minor crop3 reported for V Kentucky are! Sweet potatoes, 1, 29 6,000, ; bushels, apples 1,620,000 bushels, pears 128,-, 000 bushels, clover seed 40,000 bu shels anl sorghum sirup 2,541,500 gallons. Last yeac Kentucky's pro duction of these crops was: tobacco 42...

Publication Title: Kentuckian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Kentuckian. — 20 November 1919

- ' " s j i j 1 1 i j United States Railroad Admiri ji istration. 'y U ' Director Genera! of Railroad. tTA3Hyn-LE ST. LOUIS & CHATTANOOGA RAILROAD Co-OieratiT Marketing Service. THE MARKETING DIVISION OF THE TRAFFIC DEPARTMENT OF THE NASHVILLE, ST. LOUIS & CHATTANOOGA RAILROAD - AND ASSOCIATE LINES WILL FURNISH TO PERSONS DESIR - ING TO PURCHASE THE NAMES AND ADDRESSES OF THE OWNERS OF THE FOLLOWING: AiV-LES York, Wir.csap; Angora GoaU; Baskets; Butter; Brooms; C..:'ED GOODS, Apples Snap Bcar.5, Tomatoes; CATTLE, Ab erdeen Augus, Grade, Hereford, Holstein, Jersey and Shorthorn Svtfs, Cows, Heifers and Calves; Chesnut Poles; Crates; Chicken Cas;, Cord Wood; CORN,-Ear, Shelled; Dark , Fired Tobacco; JJGGS,.Airdale, Collie; Empty Cans; FEED, Beet Pulp, Bran, Cot- )& Seed Hulls, Cotton Seed Meal, Ground, , Barley, Mixea, reanm 2.U1; Flour; HAY, Alfalfa, Bean, Closer, Grass, Millett; uoney -Emta HORSES,-Grade Mares, Fillies and Colts, Perceron Sfal- lka5 .and Mares; IMPLEMENT...

Publication Title: Kentuckian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Kentuckian. — 20 November 1919

, try if) &iiii?f!(iottXO ,V- V I, r x 7 7 J.L 4 i- America's Leading Corset accomplish Waistless Hipless Bustless Cffsre-outlines : Fashion's latest decree. A model for every figure, (each exclusive for its purpose) combining Slenderness, Grace and Suppleness, with long-wear. W. B. Nuforrn Cor sets provide Much Corset for Little Money." j f t, . . u,;., , - rm B .... r . While W. corsets, they combine in. Trimming, corsets. iWEINGARTEN BROS., New York Chicago ' ' Jf MOORE'S AIR TIGHT HEATER I I MOORE'S AIR TIGHT HEATER Long lasting and cuts down your fuel bill. Circulates the air like a.Furriace ' Warms the Cold Places. Makes the House Comfortable. .I, i ' M -, ... ., - Forbes Mfg. Company INCORPORATED mm I . I ,.i 2C "Jttemoral A OAio McCLAID & ARMSTRONG Phone 490. Hopkinsville, Ky. 2nd and Main Sts S3 . C. Radford REAL REAL 0 RADFORD C LARDY Subscribe- for THE CORSETS .I J' ir Ifm m - - --- - if - ; -. : ... .. ... . B, Nuforrn Corsets are popular priced are not in any se...

Publication Title: Kentuckian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Kentuckian. — 20 November 1919

fxcz tizin FOB DIKI DMOPi-iEIIT .Permanent Atsociatifon Organized With Headquarter In Thi City. As a result of the efforts of Mr. T. R. Troendle, the Dawson Springs Development Association has been incorporated and permanently " or ganized. , The purpose of the organization is to promote the development of this section in every way possible. Es- pecially to work to secure large ad ditional government appropriations to be spent at Dawson Springs alng with the government hospital already assured for that place. It is ex pected that about $80,000,000 addi tional will be appropriated by the government for building "hospitals, vocational schools, etc, and, from $8,000,000 to $10,000,000 is to be secured for this section if possible. To do this will require systematic work and that is the purpose of the development company. It will re quire large sums to be raised for buying additional land but instead of trying to raise this right here in this immediate section it is proposed to carry th...

Publication Title: Kentuckian, The
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