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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Kentuckian. — 5 April 1919

J I .... ....L- -J o . lie 1. HCP2CLNSVILLE, KE.N'TUCKY, SATURDAY, AFPJL 5, 1913. J. H.-i'i ItUo. f 2 VJ.. K Pv OF m H it U mmmm i Li u r aM MM j'r(iuld glance at the wall." . - r , J.ekers are now at liber more millions.- cc says the Huns will k'jvhine awhile and then ' ; fckian -waked up from ; V .O' " just in time for the an subs are enroute to e used in tin; Victory 1 li, Alphonse," seems to ji of all in starting tte (living expenses. ' ' '- nd men are now en- O i - "ling and registering the 0r . 5,-nericans in France. ' '' 1 (V, ; -jheading is delayed -by a y' ' 4 foundry, but that is a ' fill Boon be adjusted. .' . . J and rejuvenated and X fa two-year-old, The Ken- ;ady for another 40-year i aft, the biggest living Re- ill speak in Louisville May nterest of the League of '.... wo years tomorrow since started and the Kaiser is most oi our army aemo- hundred war correspon- went with the armies to Vtlve were killed and fifty Jw Knvo craned in fl hunch v ""J j -- yie Lexington Re...

Publication Title: Kentuckian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Kentuckian. — 5 April 1919

1 ariit- kichfOhta and Shin.pei Goto,! leading Japanese statesmen, have. Kentuckian. -ft. . ... lie BRANDING L1ARY pledged friendship to Uncle bam and the President Obrta Goto the same ex tent to show our friendship for Ja ' - ,i J'ulllshed Every Wednesday and Sat urday Mornings by THE KENTUCKIAN CO. pan. .By IME.S MACDONALD. . The Cias. M. Meacham llersthel A. Long. I Thoa. D. Roberto. ..... .City Editor . . .Editor .Assistant Established as Hopkinsville Con servative-in 1866. succeeaea oy MAr,Vmawill Democrat 1876. Pub lished as the South Kentuckian 1879 to 1889. From 1889 to 1918 as The Kfituckian. . Fifty-Third Yer of Publication simsfiRIPTIQN RATES i 'rino vroa-r hv TnA.il... $2.00 WlW J J . - One year by carrier. .$2.00 Shorter terms at same proportionate 1 rates '- Advertising Rates on Application 212 SOUTH MAIN STREET. Gen. Pershing has reported 5,500 soldiers listed as missing. The French have 290,000 and the British 161,800. All of the Ameri can missing have been officiall...

Publication Title: Kentuckian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Kentuckian. — 5 April 1919

' ' p. J- ' "' - 'TXT?" - I yrT" This spring there are many interesting style changes. Now that the war is oyer men and young men are thinking about style, so it's only natural that there should be many new develop ments. They are all here; in suits, overcoats, hats, shirts and everything else that nien wear. Eye thing is ais high in quality sis we canget it and as low in price as we can make it. You re invited to come and "see for yourself." The Hart Schaffner & Marx Clothes Features NO F YrFPTiniMQ xn ni td v I A B & Ml ' I w-" r- You can always return any thing you buv at this store if it isn't AKsnlnlv ..." . . , . . j iuiumwiuijf iu you. ir we maae exceptions, , we couldn't guarantee complete satisfaction; we don't want you to have any other kind; The home too of WcitletonV Shoes $12.50- ' LI C1L MA Art Worthmore Shoes $5.00 to $7.50 Easter Showing of . OXFORDS and PUMPS Beautiful Patent Leather Pumps 'with fuH touis Hels, Black Satin and-Black and Brown Kid Oxfora. And...

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

i s a,, w a v iJJ UISII , mm ford ' I : , . TWO YOUTHS FROM NASHVILLE CRABBED BY THE! LOCAL ! , POLICE . , Harrison Evitts and Clarence Bight, two Nashville boys, were ar rostra Thursdav niarht by Lieut. Hawkins chanred with automobile theft. " . . ' Jt is said that the "boys had stolen another car several days "before and "had taken: the license numbers and placed them upon the car in tneir pos session Thursday. The car found in .their possession when arrested, bore and is a Ford .model. , The -Other car is reported left out on the Murfreesboro Pike. The Nashville Police Department fu notified of the arrest immediate 'tr nd Deputy Sheriff A. D. Davis Mm tn Hankinsville lor we iwo boys and the car yesterday. . .WOMAN'S VICTORY LOAN COMMITTEE ious deeds of self sacrifice during the fnrmw l.5hirtv l.nans ind other war work and help to put victory in this . . ia il 1. ' A .' the last can upon tneir paino-.isiu tne victory Loan. And g) when you notice the grow ing things in Kentucky fie...

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

A - .. . i , t i ID wmmw Ml 11 1 1 Ml P M'i w. I I Y ' - - .... ! (.1 ! Hi! Services begin, at all Sunday School .tomorrow morning at SO o'clocL' . ?A- '' Go to the Sundajr Sghdotoai prefe'r-but , go,, somewhere' . . r-.. .1 ' Hopkinsvillevand Christian County have ever been loyal to every caU of thft Government. Now. is the time to be loyal to GodK ?' , .. : '-' ; , ; . "" We may have 4,999 pwfii?rroindvW will need you to make it; 5,000? Everyone wio ha3 promised the use of their au tomobiles will please report at Ninth and Main -at '8:30 o'clock to Latham Davis who will furnish you with a sign for your car and give instructions as to the route to be taken. ' ' Any ''car carrying a Sunday School sign will cheerfully take you' to church, regardless of denomi nation. 1 1 .1.1.' '-III-!.- (?'''.'' TO- M O IHL (ROW 930 'LEST YOU FOtFIGEl Go fo Sunday Schoo TO-M O & IFfcO H S.30 A. M. lam Sacks For Sale at Tfeis Office. Grim Reaper j - Children Cry for Fletcher's ' ' ihwwiii - ..-.-...

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

I Hi- I. Hilt By VINCENT G. PERSY. 3 i It ) i The labor problem was a' serious . a .. Blanche Drennan wag willing to .init it. For over a week she had nn tryins to obtain help for her lilher's farm but without success. A ifii-acre truck farm did not require .wore than oue man's; attention, but it might Just as well have required ten. Blanche did not want to have to wire fcpr father to return from the rest the doctor had ordered him to take. He thought the farm was being well .tn,ken care of. .How was he to know that the man he had left In charge V6d gone away without even giving Llanche notice? Site had managed to keep things from going to pieces for a week, but her strength would not hold ut, she knew. A girl fresh from col lege couldn't rough it like an ordloary eountry girl. The farm was a hobby of her father's more than anything else. Just the same, the country eeded all the food the land could produce that year, and Blanche wasn't going to let It go to waste just be cause . her...

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

..rue: Li Air 41 m L it-. ! y I 1 1 ii i uM mJI J - J . tin ixj INCORPORATED B. 0. McREYNOLDS, Manager. J- ' T. J. McREYNOLDS, Pres. T. J McRERNOLDS, Jr., Ass't Mgr. r We Solicit Your Patronage Tobacco in Barns While You Fire I 4.: ."" i . : - : t t TT3o - ; TT77 -!V"T a liii Ji iiQiiiiiQ 71 T1 j 71 T! i TT Tl oTI o Our frompt detuement' 01 Losses Moito and aid inn lcient service OFFICE ". OVER'HRST: NATIONAL BANK Day Phone 149. Night Phone 1072. SUPPOSE YOU WOULD HAVE A FIRE TO-NIGHT ! 3 9 1 m. Mk IV 1 Tl il t II f i n w 'a ii -v- mi Goal FOR SUMMER COOKING CUSHMAN & HOLM Phone 177. Yard First St. & L NR.-R. $ TO BE medal that in totH Bize ana Beauty will be worthy of handing down from generation to generation to show the activity of the recipient in patriotio work. Name to Be Engraved on Trophiei From Captured Guns as Civilian's D. S. C Hie FiFsf . ; 4 - PJationia CHARTERED AND GOVERNED BY THE LAWS OF THE UNITED STATES. A Member of the Federal Reserve System. AWeandjViKing...

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

I '1 j n i ! ) 1 1 rr? :(D JVj j UUG HERE 5TOR VARJO"S BENEFICIARIES OF SOLDIERS' ALLOTMENTS NOT LOCATED. Checks for War Ri&jt allotments lave been received at Various post offices in and near Hopkinsville, for persons whose addresses are unknown And who have not called lor wem. . Thousands of dollars monthly do jiot reach the families of soldiers in the military serwice, and who are making allotments of pay to their families, either because the correct Address is not given or because a change of address is made and 'the postal authorities are unable to lo cate them. " Checks for the following persons have been received at postofficeg in K i I ,, ii j .i ' i i ' i . jii ii hi i iu i. -in L "The Greatest of Them AH" HEAD AND SAOULDERS ABOVE STANDS THOS A. EDISON , . "Head end shoulders above the crowd of ordinary phonographs and "talking machines" stands Edi . 's great iontribution to the worlds enjoyment. , - ' ' THE NEW i i DIAMOND . No production can b bigger than the brain th...

Publication Title: Kentuckian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Kentuckian. — 5 April 1919

0 1 ilffer! i '. - V . Established 1879. Vol. XLI No. 1. HOPKINSVILLE, KENTUCKY, SATURDAY, APRIL 5, 1919. SECTION TWO - RALLY DAY CAMPAIGN CLOSES TOMORROW WITH FLAN 5 TO jlinkula. 5,000 IN VCITY . FREE. AUTOS WILL BE RUNNING AH Churches Making Supreme Ef fort Proclamation bf the GoTemor and Mayor. : 'Tomorrow, April Gth, has been of i,iKF liPTiated as Go-To-Sunday- : i T0 ; Honkinsville. A com- ' -mjttee of prominent members from "various" Hopkinsville churches was or ganized more than a week ago by " Mr R. C. White and a campaign started to have a record-breaking at . , tendance at . all the Sunday schools . .. in the city tomorrow. - Mayor Eassett has issued a procla mation to all citizens in .the commti Ctiity, irrespective of color or denom ination, to devote tomorrow, morning to attending some Sunday school m their neighborhood and by so doing - lend their support to tne movement.. The campaign is totally- free from .' any' denominational "rivalry and" all i the Sunday schoola ...

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

THE KENTUCHIAN" TPJNCE'S DUGOUT IN THE ARGONNE A MARVEL London. Prince RupDrecht's waidhaus in the Argonne is to be kept as a national curiosity.- It is brohably the ni(i -elaborate dugout that was ever made.; Dug into the hillside, concreted and camouflaged 0 elaborately that from a few yards off you still do not perceive it, it con sists of four or five good sized rooms of which those nearest the hillside have iron shutters. The rooms are panelled and painted, and there is also a swimming bath of about nine ty feet in length and sixty in width. Electric light is everywhere provid ed for and so is hot and cold water. A passage leading from the front of the dugout conducts you down sixty feet and in perfect safety. The passage in no longer passable, as wa ter has filled it up. During the war pumps were kept going constantly . to keep it dry. Just outside, and for less stormy periods, is a german bier jjarden with tables and chairs and iower beds. The Germans evitfent ly meant to sta...

Publication Title: Kentuckian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Kentuckian. — 5 April 1919

p v . -, g 'if' v Tj rvi n .mt?sv Hare iiliiltLiiii li i A , Car : mis Spring, : if will' pay you 'to look over our "' line be fore ;y on place your ) '&i. A ',.tJ.K" Ti T We ' ' ' ' Haw lis. a JLeacieF 11 Its CI ass Tf 3E MAXWEU is the best Light Four on the mark et and decidedly the best looking car in its price class. , THE C MALMERS with its Hot Spot and' Rams Horn Manifold, whereby it gets high pow er out of low grade gas,, even being able to use straight kerosene without any adjustment, is in a class by itself. THE STUDEBAKER line with its many improvements and exceptional appearance offers a Four, a Light Six arid a Big Six that any one might be proud to own. Our demonstration will show the reason why you should own one of these cars. Make the it ate o r TTtt r r w aittiei too L OEM To place your orders as the factories are expecting the greatest shortage in histoiv ihiYsnriW Our mnr1 to date two-story garage at the corner of Clay and Ninth Streets will be rushed with all...

Publication Title: Kentuckian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Kentuckian. — 5 April 1919

i ' E ? I M .".1 . t ! . (': . J ' rf .' I' ' i ! . i ! ( fc.- -- J Sue' . h5 fivepuosic, ana. r J. Oldomobiie I rucks .a y if; i:.. -" WE ARE PREPARED TO MAKE. DEMONSTRATIONS OF THE ; Oldsmobile Six, Oldsmobile Eight and the 3-4 Ton Oidsmobile Economy Truck and the One Ton Republic. If your hauling is heavy buy a Republic 22 1-2, 3,3 1-2 or 5 ton truck. We can deliver you a new CADILLAC on one day's notice. Our new up-to-date Garage and Service Stat;on will b- open on or about April 25th at the corner of 10th and Liberty Streets.-"Behind the Post Office. " WESLEY P. DAYTON, Mgr. D ALTON : i .' . '.J '' -. -.':'" -V : f. - . t MO ?ZE2 I COMPANY: 1 mu FUTURE " 6? ncnir Lisa , . .- !. K. men who liavo fought lier 'battles. Nor will fthe tin this 'time. Detailed plana have been made to rehabilitate the wounded man, tha man who, following other wars, has become a charge upon the government or beggnr on the streets. This time, fol lowing this war, these men are to be given a chance for a...

Publication Title: Kentuckian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Kentuckian. — 5 April 1919

mm mm t mi m. suits, shdes, hats id mm i! a 1 it f n n LJCJ Q. Ml Siiil NOW IS THE TIME to make your selections while the stock is full and running over with all the new and up-to-date novelties of the season. We especially in vite the Soldier Boys to see our ' Li 111 j Us prices are as moderate as the market will permit. during the war.1 ''"' V ' : ' Attempt of Baptist Education So V ciety's Committee to Ignore Bethel College Cause Action. A pef;;nt effort is beinjr made by persons interested in other Baptist Schools in Kentucky to create the fm - pression that Bethel Woman's Col lege, in Hopkinsville, will not run another year, because the Baptist Ed ucation . Society, with which it has affiliated for seven years, has BETHEL BOARD affERS PROTEST so far made no apportionment forinto 'the Liberty Loan work, which Bethel out of the fund of $l,400,000rook P,ace in the acoad Liberty Loan, it is proposed to raise from volun-:1?8 unit of organization had been tiw tary subscriptions in Ke...

Publication Title: Kentuckian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Kentuckian. — 5 April 1919

J: "Tl n: try ir.ur: vtj .s and waterways can ,!: r fullest eiTiciency un il t.iicier.t highways." i r;ad to carry the load. .;;,rvay feed the railway, rt-ic.'on should touch ev a jr. Euild roads NOW." Eternal Protest Against O ness of Things. Sams- -1.. jrc the tools of industry. Cai!i titers (hat industry may furnish emi.ioymer.t." j "Th? railway, tha waterway, the b v, y, .re tha trinity of transpor- latum and thf33 three are one." "Builif rsow tha National, State and County root's naeded and prosperity will ri'lft l i every Americans gate. Act of Man Vho Died Rather Thai Submit to the Wearisome Common- ; , placeness of Life Causes Inter- esting Comment. , People of Villages of the Liiuaint Held Peculiar Celebration o;i Resur rection' Sunday. The Ukraine Is the' richest and most thickly setth-d disi.-Ic; of Rus sia. 1'ra velers will renumber It ti9 a plain of never-ending wht'tft fields, a land of sik-nt, frh-ndly pendants, of colorful dress and curious folk cus toms. Lnrgf- citi...

Publication Title: Kentuckian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The Kentuckian. — 5 April 1919

THE KENTUCKIAN LACKED ALL REAL" GREATNESS 7 7 ivT Attitude c4 William Hoheni'ollern, Stripped of Imperial Trappings, Shows His True Character. , If William lloheii.'.ollcrn had fullea Childrcn Cry for Fletcher's 4 I "i i ' m v ; tj'i:.- A 1 i t?-i w- rr tit Is yours through the use of GAS and GAS APPLIANCES. Get a GAS RANGE and WATER HEATER. You will then be insured of immediate ser- Ask your neighbor, who uses gas. vice. smenmcuv tudj -I;''-' '.''V IC Incorporated Service Co. ! I ; , I . ' ii i . " ' w - 1 9r c diaii P : 5207 . i WORRIED OVER HAT ' ' Will make the season of 1919 at my barn one mile South of Hop kinsville on Clarksville Pike at(Renshaw place) at $10 to insure mare in foal. I . CANADIAN PRINCES is a very dark bay'r 15 hands high; star snip and hind feet white; with the conformation and natural style at both ends; so characteristic of the Lexington family of hor ses. The speed, action and boll ways of going of the Chiefs and the gaits of theBenmarks. Yoj will not find...

Publication Title: Kentuckian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The Kentuckian. — 5 April 1919

, , ,TF -. ' t m THEN COME TO TME : . -w rn TT i fT T r ; rN 1 ' 1 " 5, i 4 NV is X If A 5 ' t I - i h n O TT XL ix If you care to economize in your Ready-to-Wear purchases, nad if you care for Quality and Style. We are showing the very Smartest styles m bmts, Coats, Skirts, Waists, (Japes, uresses ano ivimonc.. EASTER SALE SPECIALS SEE OUR PRE- V." ' i. f until ' after Easter'' to get your apparel cheaper Get it now and enjoy the wearing of it. We are associated J i r : J .ii f- .ct nriiv. nnrl vou save bv tradinn Manufacturers ana rieiaueis mm cn ,77 7 i l i j directly with us. Do not purchase before visiting this establishment, and trade in Hopkinsville,' where the merchants have your interest at heart. You can secure your wearing apparel more reasonable right here at jvop pel Cloak Co.'s than any mail order house in the country " Try us and see .We quotea few prices to give you an idea of .the exceptional values we offer, and, regardless ot the price, you .cuuuyv. .y mmt T SUITS...

Publication Title: Kentuckian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Kentuckian. — 9 April 1919

o -1 f lOfolfrTl---'- YOU NEED U r 1 , ' " ! . i M t 1 Ji VlV L 1 Vw7 ! Established 1879. Vol. XLI No. 2. HOPKINSVILLE, KENTUCKY , WEDNESDAY, APRIL 9, 1919. i V J- 1 DXXiaii U0S25 Swat the Fly. )' So Spring has come once more, With the earth carpeted in green And flowers blooming everywhere The mellow warmth of the sun, The showers ever and anon, Hold our thoughts to. earth, Each a cause for thankfulness, For all these a lesson show, Look at these acrostic lines and You'l learn there's work for you to do They are about to make a joke of the governor's race. ' " The Kentuckian is contagious , we hope you will take it. The Rainbow Division has left Cob- lenz for Brest, homeward bound. . They've pulled Cherry again be fore his boom was ripe. . If you are not a subscriber and vet this paper, why not take the hint? ' Owensboro is to establish a coun try club with $25,000 capital. ' v" An "early peace" is now predicted, Which means early next snmmet. , Dr. W. A. Evans, the Chicago med med...

Publication Title: Kentuckian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Kentuckian. — 9 April 1919

V 1 r , ; i" " '. rrw . ... t" i Published Every Wednesday and Sat urday Mornings by THE KENTUCKIAN CO. Chas.' M. Meaeham. Editor Ilerschel A. Long .Assistant Thos. D. Roberts. ...;'. .City Editor Established as Hopkinsville Con eervativo m 1866. Succeeded by Hopkinsville Democrat 1876. Pub lished as the South Kentuckian 1879 to 1889. From 1889 to 1918 as The Kentuckian. ' Fif ty-Third Tear of Publication SUBSCRIPTION RATES: One year' by mail $2.00 One year by carrier. $2.00 Shorter terms at same proportionate rates Advertising Rates ' on Application 212 SOUTH MAIN STREET. i, .The editor of the Kentuckian did i'... 310t out any faith in if C55J?rOyi5s? with the wets last fall, because it was , not put into any binding form and J there was no occasion for a surrender ; ; -when victory was assured. Now comes the Owensboro Messenger to jeer at ", us for way it has turned out: "The 1 i ' .' Christian county prohibitionists last ; year had everything ready for a lo cal option election wi...

Publication Title: Kentuckian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Kentuckian. — 9 April 1919

tl. v - 1 TTD ' aimacdiiaEi Wince . : 5207 . V -: r . Will make the season of 1919 at my barn one mile South of Hop kinsville on Clarksville Pike at(P.enshaw place) at $10 to insure mare in foal. 1 CANADIAN PRINCES i3 a very dark bay; 15 hand3 high; star snip and hind feet white; with the conformation and natural style at both ends; so characteristic of the Lexington family of hor ses. The speed, action and bold ways of going of the Chiefs and the gaits of the Denmarks. You will not find in all this country a stallion of his age and handling that can show you the action in the trot; and go the gaits like this grand stallion, and there is positively no stallion before the public whose blood lines can approximate his, and with such a combination of style and action, coupled with his individuality and breeding he is sure to breed the highest class combined horse that is today the kind the market demands. He was sired by Red Bird G. 1956; he by Cabell's Joe Brown ' 1955; he by Cabell's ...

Publication Title: Kentuckian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Kentuckian. — 9 April 1919

a 4 4J j' r -3 z j t I r , f V! W: n i -i-mtitj -iuni Kit! I - ,r r"" SLm t mJk IL. T1 MB. ioijnt Dim- ilopd - . t rim ii s r-rrn ,r (1 ; Iff.-! l v y i s i - . ; AD 1 :iy fjl.ii inn in mrJ Km nrwin 3 sjaj X--.. . . , naHiair I Ii" H t I r:. .1 ( V . ft 1 ... i EssaswsssiiS KitttsMa3l CummI (imwJ ttaas3 CwmJ KmmwwjI mJ rmi'' i,, L'imi mw1 0. S. OFFM r. RECRUITING OpencJ Office Yesterday I'o EnlUt Volunteers For Serrice OTerieat. , Young men in Christian county of 18, years and over, still may have the opportunity to see military service overseas in France and along the Hhine. ,.' Sergeant Gardner Cimstock, Cor poral Lewis Wheeler, William Arnold and Sidney Crane, of the 5th U. b Infantry stationed at Camp Zachary laylor, Ky., are in Hopkinsville for the purpose of recruiting men to fill up the Fifth Regiment of Infantry. ' It is possible to enlist, for a period of one. or three years either, with ejccellent prospects of seeing foreign service within the next three or four months. ; ...

Publication Title: Kentuckian, The
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