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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Kentuckian. — 20 December 1919

EVERY OTHER DAY FOR $2.00 A YEAR . rc?v " HOME PEOPLE T"T ' , ' TT Established iS7S Vol XLINo. 79 HOPKINSVILLE, KENTUCKY, SATURDAY, DECEMBER 20, 1919. -o- -oo oo- Fditorial Periscope o -o THE WEATHER Saturday Probably fair with ria ing temperature. ' -. Five more days till Christmas. . Tra fight for leader will be set tled in Democratic Senatorial caucus today. Hitchcock and Underwood "Ve contestants. . , , . Alex Berkman and Emma Gold man, anarchists and free lovers, to be shipped lack to Russia, arc pack ed and ready to take ship. . r ' , :y.:"'-r - , ",: Senator John Sharp Williams, of Mississippi, says he ' is! profoundly disgusted with peanut politics in the te and will not stand' for re nt 1 , ' '- 's ' ;' . tittle. . - , .v : '.''. ?'' -;. ' Vice President Thos. R, Marshall announces that he will not be can didate Hr a third term; f Be says he( "has enough of "seeing the wheels g round.". -'. .' ' . '.. Judge W. T. Fowler is said to have the refusal of the position of First A...

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 December 1919

A The Kentuckian Published Every Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday Mornings by , THE KENTUCKIAN CO. Chas. M. Meaeham .......... Editor JJerechel A. Long. . Business Manager Established as Hopkinsville Con lervative in 1866. Succeeded by Hopkinsville Democrat 1876. Pub pgned as the South Kentuckian 1879 U 1880. Prom 1889 to 1918 as The flkntpekian. Fifty-Third Yer of Publication SUBSCRIPTION RATES: Pm year by mail......... C$2.00 One year by carrier ...$2.50 C&orter terms at same proportionate rates ASK ALL PAPEi o bum S RENIN. (II Fft mm ftT . - I UU111 IWMIlhU House Postoffice Committee Sett Six Month' Paper Comervatioit Period. ' Advertising Bates on Application HZ SOUTH MAIN STREET Entered at the Hopkinsville Ppstof- -;flce as MaiJ fatter of the Second SATURDAY, DECEMBER 20, 1919. (5 " V '" CaeJ Dope. Don't come around and boost me when I'm lying on my bier, And they're planting dirt and sod u ding o're my head; -''.i'" If yoi want, tb praise ine, brother, ' kindly praise me 'wh...

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 December 1919

', ; w- -J- sj O v!--h' O 0'4 Os uO'0'O"&'' S'O"- w''- rk V i W vVWVVVV v'V V V v v' Vv w v n rrnr'i t irfrrrivti in TiTiir, i ; , i & j 'n il i r M : i ' yo , ; v.o ; Vo hi j I !-' !!? 'Ml V --.'ST, ''" i . 'in i. I M ST VUUUULH i Mir emember r. ffilil ..... 1. ; ::v ''The Oiie He 'Wishes To Sest .id ) Fortunate indeed will be the Matron or Miss who receives one of these handsome Furs as a Christmas Gift v ; Is good to buy Furs where you may be SURE of Getting QUALITY where "less than ; . elsewhere'prices is not an idle phrase. To swell our already large showing of Furs we have just received a NEW HOLIDAY SHIPMENT of EW FURS Hudson Seal Stoles sind Muffs, Toups Fox Scarfs, Black' Fax Scarfs Red Fox Scarfs, Black Lynx Scarfs, Nutria Scirfs. Also, a splendid showing of FUR COATEES and ODD FUR PIECES at a genuine . i5.. :FER CENT. REDUCTION TST'JtL'JHSX Special Sale'' ot Dance Dresses These Dance Dresses are new ar- .. , rivals in beautiful Sequin designs, American Beaut3?, Ro...

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 December 1919

V l B I. ,a:,0 :.1-.N'3 $24.50 IN C. 1IC AGO PRICE LIST Cc .), :'e; ?; :?3iti $5 Shoei and 23 Cnt Hoiiery A Fir. r..i. 7 !t.. 17. The first "fair pre;:;" 0; :r.bivg were listed last wr.'t: 7 : '-. : Chicago Clothing sub-o-i.i ;!?. C rv.ru'.ssion to show that dcper.uabl tr.erchandise can ' be focj,?H t reasonable prices. .The pric-i v.r r.ct fixed as maximum or minium:-, figures. CtfLe'.a't,. of ve of Chicago's big gest retail stores prepared the . list, Wbicb follows: tf er.'.i suits $24.50. ' , Men's rrercoats, $24.50. Sb. $5.95, . Vcr.'.-t Hosiery, 25c. x ' W juen'a hosiery, 25 cents. "'A'gi-. er's ScHs, $25. i Wii:wn'3 flresses, $15.25. Women's coat-i, ?I8 '.H"). i Women's Shoes, $4.95. Women's hosier, 25 cents. I Women's underwear, $1.2.1. Boy's suits, $5.90. Boy's overcoats, $8.C0. Children's hosiery, 40 cents. ' , Children's hosiery, 40 cents. Children's underwear, 75 cents. Children's shoes, $3.95- The subcommittee's statement said the figures were "fair prices for serviceabl...

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 December 1919

'V V V V V" ' V4 V V 4V"f V w W "w- V V V V V" V V V 0 v"C,'0'0'O'C'" I B8BB9BB3BPtanBaSISaa8BI!BBBaaa8BBIIBafliHCS: f NOTICE OF HER QUITTING EMMA GOLDMAN SENDS 13 a u n a u n C. Palmer To Get' Official ,'a'ved Rights. Word of -----,vJ ) 2 .4-' "i -I a A Pair of Shoes for the Boy From WALL & McGOWAN'S BOOT SHOP The famous lineof HOLLAND SHOES tor little Gent's and Boy, are to be had from our stock in all chadcacf rich DROWN, TAN and BLACK. The last are up-tb-Uie-mmute for BOYS "WHO CARE." I k vs 'vMoDand:5h6es'''' SERVICE and over many lasts. The English Toe, the Half English, and the famous MUNSON ARMY Style. Sizes in stock 9 to 13 1-2, 1 to 6 B. G D., widths. New York, Dec. 17. Harry Wein berger, counsel for Emma Goldman, who announced that she would waive her legal rights to ask appeal from the deportation order on which she is to be sent back to Russia with Alexander Berkman, her companion for years, and some ' eighty other Russian radicals, tonight forwarded to Attorney-Gen...

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 December 1919

Burlai) Bag His Only Garment 3 4 BATTEgy ci.ll-l::jg company, ii:pk:!:sv:ile, Ky. -i j X : tm. , New Design j and Patterns in Cut &. 5.s 'ccr value for $1.00. KGL3 & i OV'E. An exquisite se lect t n cf La Tosc Iichfiieu Pearls ftom $5.00 to $150 t (Coib & Howe A FOR SALE ; .Choke Jersey Milch Cows, istercd and high grades. , ". ' J. E. GOSSETT ct25(tf.- u. Phone "287-4. Reg- v ! ' " t t i f ; '.. HI ; v : . ; i ' : 'i 14999 other honbl orphan like him Besieged By Boys Toyville is and Girls and the Grown Ups. ' " . SPECIAL BAKIING' DISH $3.00 See It Today HARDWICK k ;Our gifts for the Ivennelworth ohop are on display. Kolb & Howe I ? , l - v x ; , '..; ''':.' "' ' '" - I i v l r oflisrift dt vices for kiddies? A FAIRYLAND o(:wond3rs ever cbil i wi'l deligSt to see, Bring he youngsters show them Santa's magic slorehouse givethfm the joy of seeing the very things for which they've written Santa Claus! .Presents C Pi I OF h F0WH :( 'fa. Cut Glass Celery Trays, ' Hand Pai...

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 December 1919

jPACS SSVU 1' digestion f! Won By Waiting By ALVAH JORDAN GARTH IAN PMNGS FAIL to will me? i ii I 2 I t fee r l ;ls" iff i ' Hi: I II -V, HI II 4 ; When you have your Plumbing done you will save money by hay ing it well done. Our plumbers are experts in their line and our work of the best. j See Us For ; Tin.Work,' Roofing and "Eyer- lastic" Roof PamtW-.iv Hot Water and Hot Air Heating Installed. Get Our Pjices - , . j . E. ADWELL Phone 270-HopkinsvilIe, Ky.' I i mm . liisii ''''v. '::llftll good busk Good business conditio?. th INCREASED PRODUCTION so v necessary to the presently' pros- ' ,. peritS Jo-hand in h&ntf.. r' . A dollar put in the ' bank is in cir culatiori" and ' ?s' much 'mare po-" . tent for.good than a dollar idle, -hoarded, and lost to the world. . Your fu'rtis in thi bank will- be jna'de to work intelligently toward maintaining this prosperity. The First National Bank .:..vv- 5s mil (Copyright, 1919. by th Wetera Nw N ppr Union.) It was like a transition from t...

Publication Title: Kentuckian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Kentuckian. — 20 December 1919

i I j 1 ; i f n Eli IS? , !-f IliVf-V liUUUM LUOLi) TCuACGO CAS Two Strange Negroet Giren a Ride Robbed Him At the Greenville ' Tike Bridge. A farmer named Allen reported ' to the police Thursday afternoon that he had been held up by two ne rroes on ' the Greenville road and robbed of between $200 and $300 Ee said he came in from the eastern part of the county that morning: and old some tobacco and drew the Sioney to carry it home with him, The negroes evidently knew he had the money and followed him to his wagon and helped him grease it and then rode out of town with Aim. When they reached the bridge on the Greenville road about two miles at, one of the negroes covered him . "with pistol and made him hold up lis hands and the other took his money and set off across the country. Alka came back to town and report- cd his loss and bloodhounds were telephoned for to trail the highway wen. He says the negroes were strangers to him but he can identify tiem. ' . Yesterday morning the bloo...

Publication Title: Kentuckian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Kentuckian. — 23 December 1919

. ux::. paper FOR iio:.:e people EVERY OTHER DAY r-FOR , $2.00 A YEAR :t!kHed 1879. VoL XU I U, 80 HOPKINS V1LLE, KENTUCKY, TUESDAY, DE EIVEE3, 1919. o Editorial Periscope o Hi ore will be 53 Thursdays in the year of 1920. ; ' There will be no Christmas tree at the White Ilou&e Thnrsday. Washington's new police census -1Cr 465,428 population, a gain of CO.OOO. since 1917. Chas. West, a returned negro sol dier at Smithville, Ga., who killed a farmer, was lynched by a mob, , ' :N Iloward Pigg, .who has been as signed to prosecute the food profit eers, ought to be a good one to put after the pork packers. a , ' ' Gen." Pershing shook hands with 5,000 people in Chicago at a recep tion in his honor. A crowd of 20, 000 waa unable to get in. r '. The sixth . wedding J in the White House under the Wilson administra tion will take place this week. . This time it is the chief cook, Miss Char lotte Nilsson. - . . British plenipotentiaries will pro- cced to Paris to sign the peace proc toco...

Publication Title: Kentuckian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Kentuckian. — 23 December 1919

ment Ylinz By MYRTLE LEE I X ;'1 1 i Better Coffee for Everyone EVEN THOUGH IT MAY BE A QUALITY COFFEE THE GOOD ?JESS IS NOT THERE UNLESS IT IS FRESH ROASTED. WE ARE ROASTING FRESH COF FEE FOR YOU TODAY. DON'T FORGET TO STOP IN FOR IT. . There is quality in every bean. Hopkinsville Coffee Co - (Incorporated.) Roaster and Blender Selling Diked TO YOU 312 South Main Street. Phone 300 "TV, O1 j. (CopyrUM. llll. bjr tti w,;ra N" ppr Unlua.) She'tiad the' daintiest, most stiupolj band ever seen, and Earle Warren recognized It and flashed an admiring glance at the same a Neva Btmleite : sat drawing pictures for her l!tt!; brother Ned on a rustic ta!le in the garden pagoda. There had been a lively, merry lawn party, and await-; Can Be Purchased From Dealer So n TANKS TO KEEP CREAM COOL R. C. HARDWICK WE CARRY THE LARGEST LINE OF Sun-Rain Parasols AS WELL AS THE MOST SELECT Priced $8.50 to $35.00. Make your gifts useful ones R. C. HARDWICK Engraved Monogram on Handle without extra charge - ...

Publication Title: Kentuckian, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Kentuckian. — 23 December 1919

1 Audi A TT 7T3 h l! and GOLD JEWELRY ' 1 r? a 'I 4 n ecu. TO ' V .' A. I Is offered at A... SBBBBaBSBMBI ti IS a a a n n n D o n n a a H M n a u a n a a a n o a n a n a c a a a a a u a a u n n EL C. HardwicK SPECIALS i Heavy Ivory Military Brushes. . .....$6.00 Set Sterling Handle Pie Knives ; , . . .$2.25 Ladies' French Ivory Hand Mirror $3.95 Stag Handle Carving Set .$3.00 Sterling Handle Carving Sets $6.90 Sterling Silver Teaspoons 75c Each Pyrex Baking Dish...... $1.50 Guernsey Casserole Complete $3 00 ShafHeld Comport. $3.25 BRING THIS LIST WITH YOU TO) C.-HaMwicIc - Hand Engraved Monograms Free BBBBBBBBBBBBHBXBIB SB Have you M OTH For Christmas? i Bay Her a Sellers Mastercraft Kitchen Cabinet or a Fire less Cooker. Jc3rE3S Mfg. INCORPORATED. unusually LOW COST. This is an opportunity you will never hive again-make the most of it. CHEN - BDBCBBDBB HUB . ' forgotten tLt j ! if I, . : Company. SEE BLAKEY TODAY TO i Maj. J. M. DeWeese Appointed Ad jutant General With Nobody . To ...

Publication Title: Kentuckian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Kentuckian. — 23 December 1919
Publication Title: Kentuckian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Kentuckian. — 23 December 1919
Publication Title: Kentuckian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
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Publication Title: Kentuckian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Kentuckian. — 23 December 1919
Publication Title: Kentuckian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Kentuckian. — 23 December 1919

tuc::!aii f I a in Hanging Up the Stockings V w w On Jhor Vv omen Not E 11$ II! v Edward S, Dafeey, of Hopkinsville a senior ia the law department , of the University of Kentucky, has been elected praddeat 'of tbe class . of 1920. Mr. Dabney is a prominent figure ia student activities and is makh&er an able president for his claw. Mr. Dabney b a member of the Junior honorary fraterity, Lamp and Cross. This is a fraternity which only admits members who made grades of high standing for the three years work. He is also a member' of the ArphaTau ''Omega' fraternity, a member of the Democratic' Club and the Law Debating Team, Chaplain of the Henry Clay Law Society and is a major of the University Cadet Battalion. In a series of debates on the pro position of the Labor Union versus the Shop Committee System, Mr. Dab ney is taking an active part. From the members who are participating in these debates the varsity debating club will be chosen. ? , ANARCHISTS Off THE BOYS WHO LEFT THE MA...

Publication Title: Kentuckian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Kentuckian. — 25 December 1919

A H0M2 PAPER. FOR HOME PEOPLE EVERY OTHER DAY . FOR- $2.00 A YEAR Established Vol XLI No. 81 HOPK1NSV1LLE, KENTUCKY, THURSDAY, DECEMBER 25, !?19. -t f i V -co co- o Editorial Periscope o -o o o A Merry Christina to everybody and a Happy New Year to all.. ' . You can now buy as much coal as your pocketbook will permit. . . Senator Frelinghuysen,- of New Jersey, charges that the coal strike settlement plan Is sure -to result U.J '.4- higher coal if -carried, out: ... Henry James, of Lietchfield; an , omce-holder undor the' Gov. -Willson ' administration, has been named by Gov. Morrow as State Inspector and Examiner. ' ; . .' l : v Louisville whisky men have been ' hotffied that sufficient" tonnage is, available to'' move all of the whisky ' out of the country befdre.Jah. 16. - A go'd deal of it in private cellars : . will not want to be moved-. '. it ' " " ' " The three hundredth anniversary . of -the Pilgrim Fathers; tentative .' plans of which have just been an- nounced In New York,...

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 December 1919

mz i;otuc::iaii vr The Kcntuckiait j Published Every Tuesday, Thursday ; and Saturday Mornings by 'j THE KENTUCKIAN CO. I Chas. M. Mcacham ..Editor, Herschel A. Long. .Business Manageij Established as Hopkinsville Coa jarvative in 18G6. Succeeded b Hopkinsville Democrat 1876., Pub: nled as the South' Kentuckian 187'J 0 1889. From 1889 to 1918 as The kentuckian . . Fifty-Third Year of Publication r SUBSCRIPTION RATES: year by mail. ..J2.00 One year by carrier. '.$2.60 ' Shorter terms at same proportionate rates r j Advertiring Rates on Application The Test of Time . By ALVAH JORDAN GARTH KORGEIITIIAU FLEADS FOfl KELPiflG HAND IN THE IIEAH EAST 212 SOUTH MAIN STREET. Entered at the Hopkinsville Postof flee as Mail Matter of the Seconc Class. , THURSDAY, DECEMBER 25, 1919 One legend concerning the origin of the Christmas tree runs that-lar-tin Luther, coming home one crisp starry night before Christmas, wtsii ed to convey to his children an idea of the beauty of the night, and as he st...

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 December 1919

( r. ( -fi Si it i 1 1 'J i'fifU S J F ; . WA::, . . . -W. f J i 1J . . f4 vmim w i ""II mm :ma Hllllt 1 -. Siera - tin and join the league of SattsfVd : - . McDOUG LL customers. 7 i Some Other Suggestions: FLOOR LAMP3, ELECTROLIER?, ROCKER FJRELESS COOKERS, DAVENPORTS, ?v DRUGGETS, LIBRARY TABLE?, 1 " SEWING ROCKER .?j ; ' .. : j . " : Everything in tact for making your 'hoine'comfortaWev";' v';- W -ssw 117 1 T7 Vs !T1 a -k. - V 4ii - .(Incorporated) - r XJ J O C America's Leading Ccrset Bnstless IP - fjfure-outlinef : Fashion' latest decrees A model for every figure, (each exclusive for its purpose) combining Slenderness, Grace and Suppleness, with lonz-vvcar, W. B. Nuform Corsets provide "Much Cor t for Littl Money." Etjle 3S7 LOW BUST Pries $2.09 ,.UAEILi4 liXS, Inc. St'jccribs for. THE Ill i I ft. Vir J. MI. a " I l 7"1 - t i v .. . . .. . - .- r i . . . - . : . . f P?i leads them , all Peace Treaty with '12. rJ i.ViHihijy L V V f -s-tiid T3tmriJ iitl j ) f CORSETS Style 355 FU...

Publication Title: Kentuckian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Kentuckian. — 25 December 1919

: J, Oil Heaters, Oil Cook Stoves and Furnace; 1 1 9 v 3 Ewry prospective stove buyer will fye welcomed here. We want you to S;C !Vat vve have in thestove line." You v ill be pleased and looking does ! J.. V bT'ateyou to buy. V i j) v, 1. ! V 1 ... ! I" 1 : ? ; 4 1? 1H PerfectionOil Heaters , Just the thing to warm up the cold corners.. Can be carried from room to room. No smoke, no odor; Burns Oil. - V, . ;7.75 a UP Monarch Malleable Ranges. l .; Stay Satisfactory Range. Has k- draft, poker door, asbestos tri- II, Mirco Proces top, non-rust-Se theMonarch to-da y. Cast aitges xJeyond a question ...of a doubt this is the biggest Range Value in Hopldnsvili Here is a reliable cast range made by a company that !? votes its entire output to t'.vc . ranges. No morejust two natterns. Without e::cept- tionit is an unmatched v-Uie has every modern improve-1 ment, high sanitary ba,e, coper reservoir pouch feed, j double flue, high- closet. A splendid baker and a guaran-y "i teed cooker. 49.75...

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