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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Kentuckian. — 9 March 1918

:!DA1LY ,KEN' raocorc WEATHER. Fsir an.1 warmer Soli day Established 1879 VolyXL-Dau Vol. 1. No 1 HOPKINSVILLE, KENTUCKY, SATURDAY, MARCH 9, 1918. Price 3 Cenls. ) ; KircinnciDiT j 'ir.m'J if y fell ! eetnckla promptly. Asl If y . have a new itesa, phene II I ibe same nusber. ' If yon think the Kentuckian is a good thing, push It along. OOP ' ' Look out for Hopklnsville'a flnt Sunday paper in the morning. OOP Daily Kentuckian and Courier JJAal both one year for $7. OOP . Manager Stockley baa aoma big attractions coming for next week. Not tha Annette Kellerman ad. on . page three. OOP Armin Kalaer naa eniisiea ai tv ansrille and ia armin' to go gunning for hia namesake. ooo Tha invading Huna on the Rus sian front have reached tha town "of Jamburg. But the allied drive and Kaiaer hunt will not atop ahort of Hamburg. ooo Tha first chapter of tha atirring serial "Over The Top" appear in . to-day'a paper and tha succeeding chapters will appear from time to ' time. Watch out for them. OOP...

Publication Title: Daily Kentuckian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Kentuckian. — 9 March 1918

ln,KuA(uri Published Every Morning Except Monday by CHAS. M. MEACHAM Entered t the llopkinsville Post office as Second Ctau Mail Matter. Established llopkinsville Conner vstive in 18. Succeeled by Hop kinsvllle Democrat 1876. Published m the South Kentuckian 1879 to 1889. From 1889 to 1917 tri weekly Kentuckian. Fifty-cMoad Year sf Fablieatioa. SUBSCRIPTION RATES i O.. year by seatl 93 0 Omm year by earrUr 100 Starter terass at saaae proportioaate rate. AdrartUlag Rataa ApplUattea 212 SOUTH MAIN STREET. virrn tite DATE After your name, renew promptly, and not miss number. The rostai reguiauons unin anharintinna to be Paid in m r advance. - -ftrus paper has enlisted wilnxhc government in the cause of America for the period of the war HERE IT IS. The Daily Kentuckian appear this morning without the contemplat ed change to a seven-column paper. This is due to the advertising that rrade additional page necesary. The paper will come out in the change of form to-morrow. The Daily ha been ...

Publication Title: Daily Kentuckian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Kentuckian. — 9 March 1918

0$ $ e4ee44 Thursday and Friday, f y TV-.:-gs'-TT I x . - fi" rr riii'iiT? dZZSTSS "- 1 4 March 14th and 15th. ! EE mm i M J Y MBIIBIIBBBI J. 42 Months in New York; 10 Months in London; 8 Months in Paris; 6 Months in Chicago. ' The Matchless New Photo-Spectacle in Which the Incomparable Sea Sprite Reaches the Ultimate Climax in Jet Achievements of Natatorial Skill, Grace and Incredible Daring. The Very Last Word in Massive and Opulent Magnificence. TH GREATEST FILM TRIUMPH OF THE AGE. lT ' TIME 0F PERFORMANCES: ll a. hl, 1 p. m., 3 p. m., 5 p. m., 7 p. m., 9 p. m., Continuous. .: : " : : popular mces or Admission: nauits Sbc, umiaren PERSONNEL ' OF WORKERS WOMAN COMMITTEE FOR NA TIONAL COUNCIL OF DEFENSE. Department cf FooJ Production and Home Economic. . County Chairmun, Miss Jennie Glass. Chairman of Food Production, Mrs. HaUand GarnetU Home Economics, Mrs. T. C. Clnrk. ', This is part of the message sent to the local chairmen of these til' important departments for promul gation ...

Publication Title: Daily Kentuckian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Kentuckian. — 9 March 1918

II07 MRS. DOYD AVOIDED h OPERAT ON Canton, Ohio, "I suffered from a female trouble which euid sne maeh sulTering, ud two doctors decided that 1 would here to rJ through m operation before I could get wlL "My mother, who hM been helped r' '!pil!",j COLLECTOR L J. HARRIS WILL BE HERE TODAY TO AS. SIST IN MAKING OUT IN COME TAX RETURNS. LyJimE-Plr.' Vegetable Com pound, edrlaed mo to try it before sub mitting to an opera tion. It relayed me from my trouble o T ran do my hone work without any difficult. I advtae any woman wbo is afflicted with female trouble to j1e Lydia E. FlnkhanTs Vegetable Corn found a trial and it will do a much for them." Mrs. Maw Botd, 1421 6th St . N. E., Canton, Ohio. Sometimes there are serious eondi tiona wbero hospital operation la the avly alternative, but on the other hand ao mang women have been cured by thia famoua root and herb remedy, LyJia E. Fink ham 'a Vegetable Compound, after doctor hareaaid that an operation waa seceeaarr every woman who want to ...

Publication Title: Daily Kentuckian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Kentuckian. — 9 March 1918

CHILDREN PARTY OF TEN TO DETROIT AGED MINISTER aaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaftaaaaaaaaii 1 ATTEND CHURCH TOMORROW : lof told. apply"!. f OF GOSPE The Several Churches Whose Announcements Appear 5 Below Invite You To Attend Their Services. Strang. , ers Are Welcome! TO RETURN OVERLAND WITH DIES AT HIS HOME IN ELKTON OF ACUTE INDIGESTION, AGED 87 YEARS. A STRING OF DODCE CARS. OPPOSE THE : SUNDAY BILL MINISTERS WIRE PROTEST TO REPRESENTATIVES AT FRANKFORT. On receipt of a letter from the Church Federation of Louisville, to the local preachers, the following telegram was sent yesterday to Sen I f "COD IS RtJftNINC WAR," . . DECtXlES BISHOP QUAYLC (By laUrmaUoul Nw S.rvic.) ; Boston, Mass., March 8. "God to Tunning the war," declared Blahop William A. Qaayle, of tha Mathodiat church,, lecturing at Boston Univer sity. I t " "1 have baan watching tha papers lately." ha said, "and I am convinced lJVt He ha not resigned. It would KVa been a calamity unspeakable if Amarica had allowad thia war to paaa ad...

Publication Title: Daily Kentuckian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Kentuckian. — 9 March 1918

XT.. D.V'LY KEN'!w'CK!AM trV t. tl rs LEAVES WIFE WINNER. SAYS JUD . LIVE WIRE ' KILLS THREE J3AN CF ARC SPARED (Ey lalraatiaat f'ews Service.) Lou Angles. Ca!., March 8. A nan w'.j ljf.M h i wife thr.iuih -alienation of affection" ha. K,t SCHOOL BCYS AT PROVIDENCE ; Bo'hinif he bin't bettor off without There is no such thin at "dam Cite" for lout love, because the loaer hasn't been damaged. I If another woman stent a husband KXT TRAGIC AND SHOCK IX Z D2ATH. way the wife snouu consider ner elf to he ronjrrntutnted, not pitiej, over the loss of that husband. Th' ia the novel aet ef theories nrAr'iiniUJ litf Jtl tire J.m.a f? " " " I - -' o- of the Lea Angles who believea that federally will re f viae to hear aliena tion of ajrection anl lost-love suits, but will, instead, non-su.t them. rriu'ence, Ky., March 8. Three luie schoolboys wera instantly eleo-tr-cuteJ Wednesday when they I ought hold of a broken lira tele- Super: r Court, phona wire, whtla on their way noma in tima Judges f...

Publication Title: Daily Kentuckian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Kentuckian. — 9 March 1918

DAILY kL.iibMnH -.V i in VVl AN chaptcr ft From Mufti to Khaki. M til la an offlca la Jener Ore. t-aat sitting at my desk talking to Meutenent of tha Jersey National Guard. On the wall waa a big war map decorated with variously colored little flaga abowtog tha position of tha opposing arm lea on the waatern front la Franca, in front of ma on the deak . lay a New Tork paper with big flaring beadllnea: LUtlTANlX SUNK! AMERICAN LIVE! LOITI -Tha windows were open and a feel ing of eprlng pervaded tba air. Through the opea windows cam the atralne of a hurdy-gurdy playing In the street -2 Didn't Raise My Boy to Be 7 - Mil Botoier." me moat was a llfe-slie picture of "Lusttanla Sunk I American Lives Lord Kitchener with hla linger polnt Loetr "I Didn't Ralie My Boy to Ing directly at me, under the caption Be a Soldier." To as theaa did not ' Tour King and Country Need Ton." aeem to Jibe. I No matter which way I turned, the The lieutenant In silence opened one t the lower drawers of his deak...

Publication Title: Daily Kentuckian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Kentuckian. — 9 March 1918

( 5 iv;a l..:.W Jil t i " .- i . .. . 1 v m la.' S w .VI i-'C:- . V - " " . ' - i;,;. Ii,.:- iK il'.' ' Incorporate d. . . fcl the store for men 5 CLOTHING, HATS, and r MEN'S WEAR. - : 5 South Main Street HopkinsTille, Ky. j U O. CRAWFORD. Or JALRSun TENN ASSUMES CHARGE ' TODAY. ' .- dford& Johnson i F STATE We will sell you a Um Jng counties. adjoin "l. O. Crawford, an experienced JacVuon. Term., to- .h.nr f lh. Hill long- on. oi Hopkin.vill.. "tP . j t a nnra a noisy. ... v.m Kaa cifl And sh. h. moved to Central City jmd Mr. Crawford has m-f-v. t ci4iait. the owner. from iir. 4. k. ' , , , Th. house haa been overhauled and 1. being refurnish" w .H tent It will b. ran on th. Amert- ." j !. will be served. Whito tfrf w.U.7. wUl be lm ik .limntr room . -in k- mule to keep th tnd w"."rz to that ander rtt- 01 in. b -f . . . ..... ,1 it. miAm reouUtion under the management of th law Mr. HilL Purely personal. 1 hands We know the farm lands of this commumTjr- Will do our best to sell ...

Publication Title: Daily Kentuckian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Kentuckian. — 10 March 1918

y r" : i ..1 r . ai ,1 ..;..:.fd .1879 Vrf. xu-Di : :if. i. fb. 2 , H0FKIN3VILLE, KEffftJCKY, SUNDAY, MARCH 10,1918.' - TO) 5 I L Ll.u.LU. ; -mam - i . . 4444S4s Call 44 If fall U gat the ' Kanta.kiaa airmwailly. AaeV if jtm ' h iwi Haaa. alrnt H te the ,"a aaaW, . Trir "v I" '.ChrieMari. has turned .. it.. ;..rm agent by .' tie vote. ' ooo ' Joe Kelly, writing to his father, l M. P. Kelly, tells of awing Gor man eibmrine.in the way over. ' ' '. ooo i " Lieut Italia Chandler Hinsdale, of . I : nots was killed n an airplane ac- lent In the army aviation field at : r'.afl Antonio, Friday night. r ooo Only about three-fifth of bat year's record hrrskmg com crop in rerrhantabl, the department of ag f irulture's grain report - mdicatee, Mot since. 1N83 has th percentage of th crop merchantable bean . ao , A report cornea that the Finnish republio so-called haa aakad tha Oer , man emperor to appoint bis fifth eon, ' Prince Osesr. aa king of Finland. Prince Oscar la SO years old and was wo...

Publication Title: Daily Kentuckian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Kentuckian. — 10 March 1918

DAILY KF.NTUCKIAN M.rjb Id. Itll. cntuckian Except ' ( ; . . by" 'I Mr: AC HAM i.t Ki II"; CI; Hooff I, l nwille IVnt- M III Mfltl'T. il.I -lie. I 1 Il,i,.f u-l!c ( nnwr .;U Iieinorrnt JuT" 1'ul r.-h,l He South KenlurliBn t" ' I- r.im l:t tu I : 1 7 as iri- 1 y Kcntuik'iin F if ly-tetolJ Year of PuMic" SUCSCRIPTION P..rr3: On yesr by mail . . . . JJ 00 Oo yer by ctrror. ..(.... 5. CM) 6horter term. fie I jpot',lonl i I rstei. ' lJvertisig Rt '.t A sp'icsti jn 212 SOUTH M!N STREET. WATCH TUT nUi; -Af:r jour tiPi.n'iic proa tiy. mil net mis i"iUt. The Fi regulations require gulcritiins t 1 paid in r -.jince. (i the f ovcrr.ncnt in the ,ts2 of America, for the def v. :.- SUED CORN. Iv. nit Apparently Vj stimtii.n in tiKky in rctterd to need torn i nerioni a ! is in.Ti.V "gthrr p. r' i I the country, and bm-uu-qt th'ro d. . - hen so l.tifa yrvuhlo .r. K'tt.nL Wi-i In t-ant h. h it J?.iim: i.c di'Ilt'ult lo awaken fjrm m to present danger. I'rrbr.1)! thcr- i enough ifo.-il seed in i hi- ...

Publication Title: Daily Kentuckian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Kentuckian. — 10 March 1918

M,rh 10, 1018. DAILY KENTUCKIAN f ' I V AGRICULTURAL SUICIDF." HOT IN EVIDENCE HEPE. CintCT M RINKLFR. MADE INTO HUGE SNOWrLOW; it j lateniatloaal News Service.) Washington Msrch 8. One of life' worst forma ef "agricultural ou elde," to which war-swrp Fumpo hat taken ha been avoided sn far tn tha United 8tates. tlermany has found it necessary to l lito mnt rigidly against killing breeding; rat'. la and horses. DaaplU high prices (ilTcred fur an hnala for immediate killme. .and the -similarly high coat of leads with Which to maintain thorn. American famtera have taken the long-h4 led tew," aaid Herbert Hoover before the House Agriculture Committee. ."We have actually good increase in animals over last year despite, an nomio'ua consumption and export" (By International Nowa Service.) Irnver, Col., March 8. Denver ha turned the (riant motr machine it purchased a year ago for street li, r'n :!, in Summer into dual purposa piece 'of mechanism that may be used in both hot and cold weather...

Publication Title: Daily Kentuckian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Kentuckian. — 10 March 1918

V .,. AMD SOAP i Thursday and Friday, I arch I4tli and 15th. Kepetristei tsnusn hiht who tisve returned t Fog'tutd to recuper ate have bronchi hinii' numerous uviiilrs from f:Tun,ii uVtenilnn mmf, some ot hb h ,.1vr an Idea of the trre'nwnt ai-rorileil k'ii-iiijr trnip. The phi'nih 'how VrK.-mit SM.n nr. a I.l t'limrr. l!h Mm daily rattan of iM-niian tww.ln-i Hr hniid ami fhf'' "f Hernmn iniii made ehleflr front amid. OOOOO ANNEX! -3 JlL JLLii If IP ID) M A dd TB. GILLOCK HAS RESIGNED Ai Agent of the Associated Charities in the City of Hopk'umUle, CLERK EXEMPTION BOARD Has Filled the Position She r-QTej.Up With Great v tiiiciency. V II'. .-, L - I 1.1111m iiinncK, wno nas neen .nnt of tho Association Char- ilmost from the inception of rgnixation handed in her re- un yesterdajsaa tlia secretary xciarroii, jr. "X 4 Cillock ha Keen faithful, hardworkingoHlcial and has jf l a service oVcnnd to none in uie city or county, ll.-r work haa been largely among the poorer clas ses of the city,...

Publication Title: Daily Kentuckian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Kentuckian. — 12 March 1918

DAILY KENTUCKIAN . z J WEATHER. a -cm VILl- rrobsly rmln Tuesday. Established 1879 Vol XL-W !y Vol. 1. No. 3 HOPKINSVILLE, KENTUCKY, TUESDAY, MARCH 12, 1918, Price 3 C . 1 Americans Pierce the German Second ( Lib riraczi com i if' C.I1 449 if . f.ll I ft ,b";Pf PJP'O h twMf, . sUrroAjded by difficulties Tha, Daily Kentoekian, starting aa It did seriously handicapped in many haa mat wilh cordial recap- tlok In spits of ita shortcoming. Tha paper een now ia without sufficient e-fllce, force and ia aadly in need of pan to complete ita organisation. , .Tha labor shortage ia gwln mor aerlbns all the time and" several of Ita 'trained, man haa one after tha ", .Utot gone to war. Even the erip- led fJrVe left to it waa further reduced by an unlocked for loaa of an employe on the ova of abating Even the boy in tha office waa tem Borarly diaabled by an accident, and Tret the paper came out on time with the loyal assUtance of the force it hti and aa aoon as help can be ae nrtd to fill vacancie...

Publication Title: Daily Kentuckian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Kentuckian. — 12 March 1918

Mnrrh'12. HI '. ..o DAILY KENTUCKIAN J Kentuckian l Y.vrry Mominf Except Monday by CIAS. M. MEACHAM Inured at the Hepkinnille Poet. o.ire an Hotond Claae Mail Matter. I -4Mih4 Hopkirteville Conaer v.. In 1MI4. Sueeeded hy Hop kmxvilla Ifemnrntt S7fl. Puhliahed aa the South Kentarkian 1878 to J 889. Krom 18X9 to 1917 aa tri weekly Kenturkian. . . ;, .: 1 rifly-Mcand -Year ef FaMicatiM. SUBSCRIPTION RATESi Cm veer T mall... I 13.00 One year fcr .airier., BOO S barter Hrm at aaa4 prepertiaaate ratea AaVartniag Ratee Applicatioa 212 SOUTH MAIN STREET. WATCH THS PATE After your nam, renew promptly, and not miaa number. Tha I'uAtal regulations reqturv fubarripUoni to be paid in edvanre. .with the grvcrnmcnt in the cause of America for the penoo oi xnc war THa report thnt Miaa Hattia B. Henn ha reaiirned jrood office in Louisville ia probably eRpa-airirerated. ooo Lexington . women - ara onrani-inff to ki that everybody rain a par dn. , J ooo Tha Courier-Journal aayi Jlr. Ward, President o...

Publication Title: Daily Kentuckian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Kentuckian. — 12 March 1918

March II, 191 DAM rENTUCKIAN PAGE '.' r V r m' . t - i V. ' V A i v.; : ' - 1 S ff Qanh of tfopkinsvillQ Capital Stock SJ00.OC0 Surplus Fund $25,000 tfopkinslilltis Oldest ank 55 IJears Old. business Sfficionctf Under today's new conditions, those having business interests require a broad grasp of financial affairs. For more than half a century this tank has a record of success. Our officers welcome consultation. Start your account in this strong bank THIS month. We pay three per cent interest on time deposits. Put your money to work for you NOW. YouH be surprised how easily and quickly it will assume big figures. J. E. McPHERSON, Present L. H. DAVIS, Vice-President CHAS. McKEE, Cashier 11. L McPHERSON, Assist. Cashier City Bank & Trust Co. i ' Capital, Surplus and Undivided Profits $180,000.00 Bank Assets Over $1,000,000.00 The Largest of Any Bank in Christian County The Long and Successful Career of This Bank Recommends It As a Safe Depository. W. T. TANDY, President JNO. B. T...

Publication Title: Daily Kentuckian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Kentuckian. — 12 March 1918

March IS, 1I8 r.:,:;:;:a c;:::3T cu.i used dy allies DAILY KF.NTUCKIAN - ..rXESS TODAY .'Hadys Brockwell Vivacious, Versatile and Captivating Screen Favorite in "The Moral Law" A I'uJft iful story of uilcrnationsl intrigue ami romance Starring .Villi mi Fox's brilliant motional actress, who gives a remarkable il.atartorization In the duel role ahe ptays. A picturesque and strik ing narrative of South America. Adults 13c War Tax 2c Children 9c War Tax lc ALSO Piiramount-Mck Sonnet! Comedy 'THE KITCHEN LADY" ht.imntf Louise Fucnrta with a bit; cast in a positive reel riot of film fun in 2 act. Vrr r"'- jZ'' ' T I J . r U: ,C J J V.'f i - i - ii -- - t Spring Millinery f The Millinery Department Awaits Your Visit It is Bright and Spring-Like with New Hats I ' - r Mix am - am . TI yYVNX 1 REX TODAY Triangle Presents AH Star Cast In "The Stainless Barrier" An. intensely interesting story of a girl's sacrifice to save one she ' . wm from a tneic end. A sensational screen romance of today....

Publication Title: Daily Kentuckian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Kentuckian. — 13 March 1918

) DAILY KENTUCKIAN 5 WEATHER. t i Wednesday fair with seasonable temperature. J "CFt AT Eft m HOPKIN4. I VILLF. WANTS TOU titablbhed 1879 Vol XL-Daily Vol 1. No 4 IIOPKINSVILLE, KENTUCKY, WEDNESDAY, MARCH 13, 1U18. iVicc 3 Centi. 'I 1 ! EDITORIAL COM! I ' Call 44 if ye fail U get the Kasacbiaa promptly. Ami if yea V have it, phew 11 la the I aa asTmber. Irvln S. Cobb ia again In Franrc , and ia ft tha raal firing lina with ha American army. Fiva or ten Mexican bandit who raided a ranch near Laredo, Texas, warn, rounded op and killed by Tex aa Ranger. poo i A bracket haa been Invented to permit three clothea linra to be taut ened to one nwt. It ahould also be provided witVT aafety attachment to rive way when tha lina ia chained la tha dark. Tha court martial tj Maj. Milton Board, better known hero aa Dr. . Board, waa approaching: an end in Louisville yesterday. The exami nation of about 20 mora witnesses . was expected to close tha testimo- mony. Joe K. Twyman, who went to Hot Spring...

Publication Title: Daily Kentuckian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Kentuckian. — 13 March 1918

DAILY KENTUCKIAN " r zr,tuckian ' l vity Momiiij Except Monday hf .TAS. M. MKACHAM rcl at the Hopkjnsville Port- e as Kecond CUa Mail Matter. l1ihei as Hopkinsvills Consrr- iv in IKfifl. Burreedod hy H"P viM Democrat 17. Published ' the South Kenturkian 1H7! to M. From 189 to 1917 ss trl -k !y kentuckian. Firijt-Mcmi Yhi of Publieatioa. SUBSCRIPTION BATES I f, fMf by Mail .0 Ono ooe ho carrier S.00 Shortar Urm al tamo presort Senate ratoa. Advertising Rsles Application 211 SOUTH MAIN STREET. WATCH THE PATE After your Dame, renew promptly, anil not mi number. The PoUl rrculnliont reciuire subscriptions to be paid in advance. T-L : 1 . 1' i-J 1q inu paper iut ciuimcu ,i the government jn the ot mcnca tor mc ,Tiodof the war ERCER OUSTS THE DOCTOR. At last the (ieneml Assembly fiss "put one over" on Dr. J. N. Mc- Cormark, who ha for years outwit ted one Lccislature after another that sought to remove him from the State Hoard of Health, Hy a pro cess of consolidation they have e;ot trn t...

Publication Title: Daily Kentuckian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Kentuckian. — 13 March 1918

'.DAILY KENTUCKIAN M.rth 13. FACE THIU r t . i . For Little Folks Milder Ills Wrien the food disagree, the play has been too strenuous, fr the, dreaded mid are taking hold the housewife of experience lias a tried remedy at hand. It has proved her helper for (nanjr years, and she knows its value. Peruna Tablets Are A Quick Aid They regulate the disturbed !if;es tion. free the overloaded stomach, overcome the cold, remove the catarrhal conditions and re huild the strength. Peruna It A Reliable Family Remedy It has proved that In Innumerable households from Maine to Califor nia, and in foreign countries. It is the chief reliance in the Ameri can home for all catarrhal trouble and wherever a tonic is needed, ia ton vilrxrnre and a a preventive. Ia tablet form it ii ever -ready-to-lake, a Teal life Insnrance. If ymi haven't nxd k in this form, fct a box today. THE f fJNA COMPANY . 111! I III. OU. i' SIXTEENTH STREET HOMES TWO HANDSOME PROPERTIES CHANCES HANDS ON SAME STREET. The handsome...

Publication Title: Daily Kentuckian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Kentuckian. — 13 March 1918

March J. IJI.V TAKING ON BOMBS FOR AN AERIAL RAID COURT m DEATHS ruvavtv PRINCESS TODAY DAILY KENTVCKIAM' DA IN ONE YEAR etc. vs. Mrs. Attorney an- non result nl vs. Itcnnt I or !,, Mfg. c. vs. M. H. Monrh . AUnrtiry for .1. T. (iamett. rni-hiT hrrrin filed !nwrr ss surh vs. Cco'V" Mmtt, Jr w. II. Sniithall. Admr., etc vs. Irortri. Mi-rritt. Jr. i W. II. Soulhull v. fJeuive Mcrritt. Jr. t'itmiMpil net t toil. Wnlter Itnmhy ctr., vs. I.ily Hum lv. cU Ordered that transfers be fklo.t. Mm. Ruth Woosh-y Hattie Johnson, et pointed to represent (lcfrndanU. Martrnrt't lloumont Itoumnnt. Ahsolute divorce amntnl Ilattte Southern vs. Jumes South ern. Allowance of 14 T month prented by the court, pending the truil of thi srtion. The case of Mm. lhittie Wood vs. The Mutual lirnrflt Life Insurance Company and Mr. hlizaheth Wood, in in the hand of the jury but the jviry will not consider tho case until court meets today. The contention in thi rnee ia ovrr a thousand dollars of life insurance due ...

Publication Title: Daily Kentuckian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
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