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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Kentuckian. — 7 May 1919

Established 1879. Vol. XLI No. 10 HOPK1NSV1LLE, KENTUCKY , WEDNESDAY, MAY, 7, 1919. r t HVk' inn. . l. ; " - - ijm uuriLo iiliil iwiw iu iili inLinfflftKo MT M, FROM M ASSOCMIfD PflWfRS 1 PARIS IS AFTERNOON r " i' . Small Doses J The closed season for catching I fish with a net began May 1. -, ' , .-,. The one-millionth man of the A. E. F. has left France for America. ' One cheap thing coming to us July 1st is our old friend the two-cent stamp. , . , Ice cream cones, according to a new ruling, are subject to the new .. . luxury tax. nV. -'r Six months ago the war closed, and still no peace. Will the diplomats ever dip? ; The Germr.n Government will take over the railroads. Great Jehosophat We thought Germany was broke. .' Wm, It. Bright, reported as dead was one of the Kentucky soldiers who returned from France last week. His home is at Lexington. vAn Jt-vansville girl 18 years old ' Ws arrested for counterfeiting. She was not only accused "of making counteneit money but was posing ...

Publication Title: Kentuckian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Kentuckian. — 7 May 1919

'1- ill. The Kentuckian. Published Every Wednesday and Sat urday Mornings by THE KENTUCKIAN CO. Ctas. M. Meacham. Herschel A. Long. . Tbos. D. Roberts. . ..... .Editor . . . .Assistant . . City Editor Established as Hopkinsville Con servative in 1866. Succeeded by Honkinsville Democrat 1876. Pub-1 Eahed as the South Kentuckian 1879 U 1889. From 1889 to 1918 as The kentuckian. Fifty-Third Year of Publication ' SUBSCRIPTION RATES t One year by mail $2.00 One year by carrier. . . . $2.00 ghorter terms at. same proportionate ' rates . . Miss Cecilie Haskins, of St. Louis, will graduate at the Missouri Univer sity in June as a Bachelor of Science in Electrical Engineering. But sh. will not be a bachelor. Such is the poverty of our language that there is no feminine for bachelor except spinster and it would not do to call her a spinster of science. , British Columbia has fixed a min imum wage of $12.75 a week for wo men and girls over eighteen years of age who are employed in mercantile (...

Publication Title: Kentuckian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Kentuckian. — 7 May 1919

' i t r " - ? t w -vr - . r - ; minimis siin - IMl amt- m TO untuv vj.sc vmi. m tfl a.-.,, a Va Net Contents 15 Fluid Praetor, fill E OF For Infants ant! Children. STIR cms mm U EMULAT TROOPS H U 11 a a ta 13 ti a st u a a ' a 11 et ' si a , a a H a a u a a a :i a . a t .. j a n . n . -. a v n ' a a:, . tl . a a 0 3 21 O a. 11 oslhi of Acme npireme 7" Ire ed IT PAYS M V' ' 1 lijue A AC me Incorporated. ' ' ; a ' a n o B a in a a B II n a B B B fl ABOVE AND BEYOND THE CALL vp DUTY," A PHRASE OF DEEP MEANING. SERVICE TO UTTERMOST Record, of our Heroe. In Franco Af- '"m n inspiration or Victory Loan. Consider tha a-niinr,- n , . 1' . ".cV1Kue or south Carolina. . On """""r 13. 191 X ha w. two men to scout t..,..K .. , uuwuU 111. TU lag of Vaux-Andigny. Machine gun. opened, spitting death1, kiiim, - gjfff Vn3 founding the other. ThJ corporal went on tfHk '.A 'it I i. - nunnnrr hA . j i Shell W u. u,s P,aioon W"h fihell fire breaking 0Ter him and ma- four Huns and killed mil Ar BBBBaaBBH...

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

Get Thorough Cultivation : Without Hard Work , Do you still find that making a cultivator do the right kind of wowk ' is a tiresome, tedious job ? : -Wouldn't you' be interested in a cultivator that puts thoroughness in to cultivation and takes the hard , work out? ' ; That is just what the use of our John Deere KC Cultivator assures. The "KC's" rigs, in shifting stay parallel. Its shovels always face squarely to their work. They never track or trail on crooked rows. No uncultivated 'spots nor no deep trenches are left. Over all of the field, on crooked rows, as well as on straight rows, the "K C" gives thor ough cultivation the kind that most effectively destroys weeds and con serves moisture. ; - . The rigs shift quickly in response . ' to slight pressure on the foot levers. Guiding the rigs is as natural as -walking. ... v, " You can maintain thorough cultivation . without delaying work to make adjustments. No wrench work is necessary. You don't have to leave the seat. Simply use...

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

r- r i r ' " i V I -ii v1 . i . V Jl' i . 5 . 'V i i j t f M S 0 sCiJ CmmA KkstaBMkHsS H 1 lsSSiMiS TT3 o Mtiraay, ay r J ; : 7" : , JT : - ; : ": g Hosiery Ladies fine Sose in black, Gingham - Children's lxl ribbed hose in black Sj ? vaIue 75c and 27"inch Dress Ginghams in a wide n;raU; J,,Ml,l, l', ' Special 50c. range of plaid and stripes; values I Vl? APRON GINGHAM. 35c. , j e i to lO, Aproncheck Gingham, value 25c. Q 1 OC j a pair, 3 pair for $100 Special 19c yard. ppeCial 45C ' . . . . .. ( t HOSIERY 32 INCH DRESS GINGHAMS LADIES GLOVES I SFi; P' " stripe, Value 50c V Ladie, .,ng gove, in b.k white hUe y to 5 1-2 to 10. Value 65c and 75c. ' . , SPECIAL 50 cts pr k o . , SpeciaI39c bpecial 50c a.v-. ; .- : towels r . HOSE PERCALES 16x44 red bordered Towels, SPECIAL 15cts eacrr I Ladies' drop stitch hose, in white, grey and Field ofl t D i t. . j V ' , ' 25cts pair. i 1 Mouse 8 men Percales in light or dark patterns, value 2Scts. - I Special Values $1.50 special 15 cts. WHITE GO...

Publication Title: Kentuckian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Kentuckian. — 7 May 1919

h r TO ENFORCE CHILD LABOR f 5USXEBS IMG TAX DESPITE DECISION Washington, Mya C. Intention of the internal revenue bureau to en force the child labor provision of the revenue law, despite the action of the federal district court in declar ing the measure unconstitutional,1 was indicated by announcement that 20 women agents who have been em-j ployed to issue age certificates to children in communities where local age records are not adequate. The women will continue at their work pending a final decision by the supreme court, to which the case probably will be appealed. db nun df GOflDS VALUABLE III FUTURE LABOR CONDITIONS SHOWED IMPROVEMENT LAST WEEK LIBERTY SECURITIES NOW HELD BY 20 PER CENT. OF THE AMERICAN PEOPLE. Washington, May 6. Employment conditions showed a slight improve ment during last week as shown by reports from 58 cities made public by the employment bureau. fThirty-nve cities reported a total surplus of 36,600, a decrease of sev eral thousand from the total of the p...

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

) f"",iTnr,"' "? noscoET. jETT. D.v.M Veterinarian OFFICE PHONE 19 RESIDENCE PHONE 572 Hi CilL TO- ;iflpisviuf Hopkinsville Coffee Co.,, Incorpor ated, receives coffee direct, roasts every day. Roasted coffee is cooked food" and should be immediately us ed to get full value of aroma, taste and strength. ProgreM : Efficiency i Economy th ., Telephone No. 300. MONEY TO LOAN - The Hopkinsville Building & Loan Association (incorporated) is prepar ing to make loans on reasonable terms to build, buy or improve homes in the city. Apply to - ' GEO. C. LONG; President. BAILEY RUSSELL, Treas. IiMD TlllE ILLINOIS CENTRAL R. R. North Bound nfc K;35 a. m. for Prince ton, Paducah, Cairo and Evans- . ville. 302 leaves at 11 a. m. for Princeton connects for East and West. . 324 leaves at 8:05 for Princeton. . South Bound. 323 arrives at Princeton at 7:10 a m. s . orrivoa from West at 4:10 p. m '301 arrives from East and West at 6:45 p. m. TENNESSEE CENTRAL R. R. East Bound. .12 leaves foi1 Nash...

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

8 '('' THE LOtfG AND CONSTANTLY , INCREASINGLISTOF"ORPHAN" AUTOMOBILES PROMPTS THE PRUDENT BUYER TO MAKE HIS SELECTION FROM AMONG THOSE CARS WHOSE MAKERS HAVE PROVEN THEIR STABILITY BE YOND QUESTION. Six-Cylinder models are built in Touring Can, Roadsters, Sedans and Conpes. t Eifcht-Cylinder models are built in Tourinfe ' Cars, Roadsters end the Pacemaker. DEMONSTRATION OR FUiTHER INFORMATION IY . i Dalton-Davis ' , Incorporated, , . j 10th and Liberty Streets Phone 73 J Iir llfllllHrAllrll 11 ill I If II Hill II m MM II .III MM I 1 L MmJ PRESIDENT McKEE SORE AT LOS ING CHANCE TO COMPETE IN BEAUTY CONTEST t- , mure r t-tc- & oiivm t? x,j. c. u, vie. 1 j . SU1111.C That Col. Alex Overshiner With Reck- less Bravery Volunteers to Open It. ll. L' I've been trying to pick out a can- didate for Governor." remarked Col. C I MEETS T. W. Blakey, and Col. Denhardt is chance he might have to get on the1 peered half shyly at her from the gilt my man. Have you seen that head tribunal. frame...

Publication Title: Kentuckian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Kentuckian. — 10 May 1919

ttt&mt Established 1879. Vol. XLI No. 11 HOPKINSVILLE, KENTUCKY , SATURDAY, MAY, 10, 1919. ' " Secretary Baker says that every .American soldier -will be home by August. - . - The President will cable his mes- 'sage to Congress and get home about 1 0. SOVARS June 1. umiiiatei is nai Conserve the surplus water now Small Doses to i n ' and there'll be no drouth next sum mer. . . . Cleveland is the only city in the rrri ITS '3 country With gumption enough to fix ner own clocK. . Repealing the act that falsifies time should be one of the first acts of Con gress when it meets May 19. .''.' New York now claims to be larg er than London and is looking for- ward to next year's census to prove ' it. The phone rate increase ordered 'JSf Pstmaster General Burleson is : jiow in the Supreme Court on test j cases1 from four states. ' , Queen Elizabeth, of Belgium, has been given the degree of Doctor of Medicine by the University of Liege, by reason of her work as a war nurse. , The peace coni...

Publication Title: Kentuckian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Kentuckian. — 10 May 1919

the iLEirruciitAr:- 22 The Kentuckian. The Bowling Green Home Tele phone Company has agreed to refund thf nhone increase in the event the Supreme Court decides the raise was illegal. The injunction suit nas Deen withdrawn by reason of this agree ment and the hold-up is in force con ditionally. , ?:,,V':"iStat As a basis of resuming participa Herschel A. Long Assistant netrotiations. Pre- Thos. D. Roberts City Editor . Orlando, accepted a proposal that Italy administer i lume as Published Every Wednesday and Sat urday Mornings by , THE KENTUCKIAN CO. 'Established as Hopkinsville Con ervative in-1866. Succeeded by Hopkinsville Democrat 1876. Pub lished as the South Kentuckian 1879 trl889. From 1889 to 1918 as The JEestuckian. Fifty-TMrd Yr of Publication SUBSCRIPTION RATES: Pne year by mail $2.00 One year by carrier. ,,,,,,, Shorter terms at same proportionate rates Advertising Rates on " Application 212 SOUTH MAIN STREET. ' Royalty -Gettinr Scarce. The cable's announcement, from 'Xon...

Publication Title: Kentuckian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Kentuckian. — 10 May 1919

THE KENTUCKIAN aBBifliaiaBBaiaiHiiiaiiiBaiiaiaiiiBgiifliaifli flaiBBisBBaBaaiaaflBi n . m j E a a a a a Children Cry for Fletcher's 3f The Jefferson DavU Memorial Association, I Gen. W. B. Haldeman. NEW PRESIDENT Ml -iApFr Aflvr- hhH IkV ' 0F a. a n H -a a a a .a a a 'a ' a ,;n a a a a ia a .a a -m a ' -n . a a a . !Bai r Pigs, rodisctSo .Feed, m u n . Posh Sii preme of IT PAYS i The nog ir ee do Mils ' Incorporated. At a meeting of the board of direc tors of the Jefferson Davis Home As sociation in the directors' room of the Louisville National Bank Com pany. Gptl. W R WaUamon unanimously elected president of the association, to succeed the late Ben nett H. Young. Efforts will be made at once to get together the npppssnrv finda plete the monument now under con struction to the memory of President Davis. This obelisk, when finished, I ...Ml L j i ..... 'I win oe me second highest monument in the world. hpino asi hirA, i the present time it has reached the IlCilfllL 01 fllinncf- Vill...

Publication Title: Kentuckian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Kentuckian. — 10 May 1919

THE KENTUCKIAtf RAH HOW I :.:- v n ' mm dies IN SAK1TA ASCRIBED TO; NERVOUS BREAK- DOWN WHICH FOLLOWED FERIOD OF DISSIPATION . . t 4 . 7 til f i i If fl .- ;ji . s? a , nr a . t',. J i ! ( h .! f t. iTS- , INCORPORATED Tn a 7 A IT ""N . ' , OF '.' "... . . ! v. WHITE GOODS DIVORCE SUIT WAS PENDING Was Head of the City School Here For Several Year Prior to 1911. t i . - " BARKSDALE hamlett. Louisville, Ky., May 8. Barksdale Hamktt, aged 40, former supenn te'ndent of public instruction, and ed itor of the Adair County News, died . ab the Beechhurst Sanitarium here last night at ?:45 o'clock, from weak nesses following a nervous break- dtWn. Mr. Hamlett who Jia3 been inr;ldeclining health for months, was fced to take to his bed several SyVeks ago and later was brought to tlj'e' sanitarium here for treatment. A Wa Democratic Leader. "The death of Mr. Hamlett removes from Kentucky politics one of the former Democratic leaders and edu cators of the state. He has held po sitions a3 superin...

Publication Title: Kentuckian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Kentuckian. — 10 May 1919

THE KENTUCK1AH JEFF J. GARROTT'S 100 Standard Make Automobile Tires .- fill a i ri ft i H.-S '.U f.rm. 4 miles south of Pembroke, Ky., and proposing to discontinue the occupation of farming, I shall on ' Wednesday, May 14th, 1919 on tie premise, ofer at Public Outcry to the highest bidder my entire farming equipment, which is made up of the most complete and up-to-Sate machine.-, tools, stock, etc., consisting in part of the following: 1 Avery Undermounted Double Cy-J No. 40 left hand Plows, No. 14 left linder Steam Engine, 22 horse nana riows, i-norse lucmiig nu, 1 "Sfi-fiO" Geis Special Separator, mis tnresning outfit is conceded to be one of the most superior in Western Kentucky. A' a Teller1 (P unmounted steel six barrel Frick Vater Tank with Pump ana uose. , cn rs;,.oi. Wpf.prn ' 4-horse Wacons. Ridinz Cultivators, J. ou-uu uci " I ." . . . , ,,, ' Wagon trames, riatiorm scales, wag on Harness,- extra Collar Pads, Traces, back Bands, etc. Portable Blacksmith Forge, (a splendid ...

Publication Title: Kentuckian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Kentuckian. — 10 May 1919

THE KENTUCKIAN EMU ill i iTOSEnLEUPIFWE it Medals From Captured Hun Guns for Workers wmu on TTOO EARLY FOR HISTORIANS TO BEGIN THEIR STORIES OF THE GREAT SRUGGLE. ' ? - ... , f - f . Every Victory Liberty Loan worker Jin the Eighth Federal Reserve District will be given a medal made from can non captured by American soldiers Jfrom Germany in the war that has ;Just been won all but finishing the rjob. ',)..' . .., , i i.v , These medals, both sides of which are shown In the accompanying illus- "need MUCH CLEANING UP S i PUTT I IK IMBUES DOII WITH FI11TZ Dili SHARKSIIIiNTinGir Country In Wonderful Condition Carry On Reconstruction tq Work. f. with Germany vanaulshed. the League of Nations outlined and taking -anape, and the armies demobilizing 'and returning to their homes, it may ao like the war Is over and all that Remains to be done is for the historians ) hi aownaua begin lo tell the story cf the struggle: - -,"-!But there, Is a tremendous amount ,f clearing utfjitM to be done, he...

Publication Title: Kentuckian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Kentuckian. — 10 May 1919

ROSCOE T. JETT, D. V. M Veterinarian , i OFFICE PHONE 19 : RESIDENCE PHONE 572 K1 BRAZIL TO- purauf Hopkinsville Coffee Co., Incorpor 1 "ated, receives coffee direct, roasts every day. Roasted coffee is cooked food and should be immediately us- ed to get full value of aroma, taste and strength. ' Progress I Efficiency t Economy . r Telephone No. 300. ST RAILROAD TIME SCHEDULE , , ' ILLINOIS CENTRAL R. R. North Bound 332 leaves at 6:35 a. m. for Prince ton, Paducah, Cairo and Evans- ville. . 302 leaves at 11 a. m. for Princeton, connects for East and West. 824 leaves at 8 :05 for Princeton. Sooth Bound. 323 arrives at Princeton at 7:10 a. m. - 321'arrives from West at 4:10 p. m. 301 arrives from East and West at 6:45 p. m. TENNESSEE CENTRAL R..R. East Bound. 1 2 leaves for Nashville at 7 :15 a. m i4 Reaves for Nashville at 4:15 p. m. West Bound. 11 arrives from Nashville at 10:35 a. m. 13 arrives from Nashville 8:00 p. m. C. L. WADLINGTON, Agent LOUISVILLE & NASHVILLE R; R. South...

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

- ? ... A F 1 o ' o . ' V O o- 9 x o o .O ' O O v, - v L o 4 JLJL JkJb. vr nrr Ma ' i Demonstration Continued ' CHARMS ALL Mr. Luptoa Play With Rare Skill to Delicktful HopkiMville AoJ ience, Thursday Evening. An organ recital given by Mrs. Henry Lupton, of Clarksville, Tenn., at the Methodist church, Thursday evening, furnished music lovers a de lightful treat. ,; The recital was held under the auspices of the Wednesday Morning Music Club. Mrs. Lupton is a wonderful musi cian and plays the organ with rare skill. "The program rendered included: "Finlander Sibelius Od. 26 (This is Finland's National Air. The Fins are forbidden to use it in public gatherings.) Maurice ooLtinc .,.,1JL.. o..v, ii -s r-. r, (b) "Oriental"." Bird (IT I V.'l.. T I ID) uapnocio. "Rustic lVkamch Fumaghelli Excellent Program - Rendered Wednesday and Thursday Evening. T- ? The Commencement Exercises of the Gracey Graded and High Schools were held on Wednesday and Thurs-' day evenings of this week, The programs...

Publication Title: Kentuckian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Kentuckian. — 14 May 1919

If kWSL viA..T ' rfd -A , . .A -f rj. VFli II I Hji J! ill i Dtfakluhed 1879. Vol. XLI No. 12 -C1'.''- .-Mrrm i i Ihlhb Ul GRAVE OF ONE VICTIM OF THE HUNS FOR GOVERNOR F r , -n . 1 , . :j . " II STILL UNSETTLED fpSi).i " V j ' E : ; . fc - t,-D Jil.Li I o, Ky., May 13.Within' I iK' MTr IT V 12' !f l days, in the opinion of, ! hfY L? - ' 5 t C of. Kentucky politics , and f .1, r, - , j, 2-41 L E I t - ! tiff - Rt4-: HOPKINSVILLE, KENTUCKY , WEDNESDAY, MAY, 14, 1919. 7 CORRECT. " The school teacher was asking the class a few questions. "NV. how do the bees dispose of their honey?" he inquired. "Tiey cell it," announced the clev er boy of the class. Answers, Lon . tlon. ' . . w Sccretiry Daniels has sailed from -est. We vriza him sucKcess. A loose horse collided with a Ford automobile at Sebree ami flying g'ass injured five people. The Huns are now cussing Wilson and the more they cuss him -the bet ter his own people will like him. -Borah threatens to quit the Re publican party, but th...

Publication Title: Kentuckian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Kentuckian. — 14 May 1919

TIIEIIEnTUCIIiAN The Kcntuckian. Published Every Wednesday and Sat urday Mornings by : THE KENTUCKIAN CO. Chas. M. Meacham. .Editor The former crown prince has been' made general manager of a pottery i company in' Holland. Ever since he' began running off in France he has' probably had some occupation of this : sort on his mind. 0080 ROADS The fifth loan of $4,500,000 was oversubscribed on the closing day la3t Ilerschel A. Long. Assistant Saturday. It may run to six billions, : Towmend Bill Provides Business-like ' Management For Construction Of Highways. .Thos. D. Roberta. .City Editor Established as Hopkinsville Con ervative in1866. Succeeded by Hopkinsville Democrat 1876. Pub lished as the South Kentuckian 1879 to 1889. From 1889 to 1918 as The Kentuckian. but only four and a half billions will be accepted.- Fifty-Third Year of Publication The News-Democrat takes four columns to tell why Murgis needs a high school building. It is late in the day to have arguments on educa tional ...

Publication Title: Kentuckian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Kentuckian. — 14 May 1919

THE MEti'i'UC.IIAIi A M It i (I . i n ' u a u u a a & j a a n u n 51 FJ : n - n u sa . a a a -.t a a . a a - a a . a M a H a a a a a i ';j a a -a -a iPork OF I. A: rroouct Push ID), ii 1 reed up reme JIBBIBBBBBHBBBIlBBBIRniHIIIIIIIfllilBKBIfllBBBBBIIIKIfiBBBI&IBBBDBIlt! OTP. H Ac Iriog ed. IT PAYS n B B n sn E a B H B a B B a H B B n B B B ' B H D B B B B B n B a a B Tl iiifiie Ac me Incorporated. . Mills o MARKET BASKET o N ' ' -'' ,. O O ' O ' O 0 o 0 O Q 0 0 Corrected May 15. Prices at which retailers sell im portant staples to consumers in Hop, kinsville are given below. Slight va riations from these quotations may be found on some items at some stores according to the basis on which the purchase is made and to the grade of the item purchased. Flour, 21-lb sack $1.55 $1.70 Cornmeal. 5-lb sack. . 25 30 Bacon, breakf't slice lb 45 65 Bacon, country, lb.... '.33 3E Bacon, salt, bailing, lb. 25 21 Hams, ft 35 4C Shoulders, lb 33 3a Lard, pure leaf, lb .... 27 45 Lard, compou...

Publication Title: Kentuckian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Kentuckian. — 14 May 1919

o Christian County Eoyi in the Student Training Corps. r i i s r r 3 1 t r " 1 o ho o o i o o o o o o o o a c o o Amntiff fill nl:i h Ctf the t-nvcm. West Ky. State Normal. ment to nuirklv train men for officers William C. Johnson, Pembroke, R. W WW wt- in'mnMnn the machinerv 2 University of Cincinnati. f-the leading schools and colleges' William E. Lacy, Pembroke, R. 2 of officers! Georgetown College, from retrular army sources to teach: W. Ray Moss, city Georgetown and prepare boys for the intensive ' College. work oi the officers training camps, Thousands of boys of draft age vol unteered in this service whence they were to be sent to the various offi cers' schools throughout the country as the aeed for them arose or as their names were reached T by the Draft . Boards. It was one of the greatest efficiency measures started by the government and in the short time be fore the armistice -was signed there William Rudolph Morris, Pembroke R. 1 University of Cincinnati. Hugh McShane, U...

Publication Title: Kentuckian, The
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