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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Kentuckian. — 4 April 1918

April 4. 11)18 fAC.E TlintE : I To Hopkinsville Ice Consumers On ccihimI nf llm rxtrwirilin "y .i-lvaure in Ihr csr of mtcrl I used in the rtunuUc'uro nf ito awl th U livt ry of same, namely: Labor, machinery, repairs, wml, chI iiuii elilorult , ammoe in, hay, corn, ml other feed aluTs we sre fur ceil In adv.tnci' the pr ce of ica ml haw established the following prices to int effect April Ht nJ to continue until further notice: ptfl lbs. one delivery UK) lbs BOIba 2S Iba I2 Iba 30 cents per l(W 4rc 2T lc He In the pat we have been selling 10 lb of ice for 5 cents. We will diacontinue the five cent piecea and will veil 124 Iba for 8 centa. Ellis Ice & Coal Co. Incorporated Hopkinsville, Kentucky. Ill costs u: s. BILLON DOLLARS Startling NewsJIs Crowding the Telegraph Wires Every Day Undoubtedly W Have Ki.lrre d I'pon the Most Moment us Months in the History ol the Universe. 1? World Revolves Around Newspapers - If Von Want the News and All the News While It Is Really iNiws, You ...

Publication Title: Daily Kentuckian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Kentuckian. — 4 April 1918

April 4. I0IS NTLSON-SAXIXE. 1 .!:. Isaac Care oil Ssllee i'lf the rnTEirmrnt ef tlicir daughtrr, Grsec, to :r. TT. Nels-n. Jr. r irr'rj will take r!nc3 rly Princess Today and Tomorrow Princess Tomorrow Rex Today Alma Ruobons & Walt Whitman Ceptivalinp; faroiitea In numerou ecreen autccMca IN "The Regenerates" John Lynch ' Intensely Interesting mystery romance cf New York' four hundred. Rex Tomorrow Wm. Duncan Carol llolloway in DILLIE DURKE Famoui Footlifhl Favorite' In Celebrated Broadway Successes IN "Eve's Daughter" A rippling, peppery picture, dominated by the piquant personality of ben itching pretty Itillie Hutke. Tlie picture you can't afford to mis. Sic ry by Al.cia Ramsey. " , Adulti 13c, War Tax 2c. Children 9c, War Tax 1c. ROSCOE FATTY" ARDUCKLE IN ; "A COUNTRY HERO" Positively the funniest comedy of Falfy'a notable career. Two riot ou reel of Joy. lYIncess Salurdiy-NORMA TALMAGE in "THE MOTIL" A brill iant ktory of Social Sine and Sorrow with an ending that thrill. ...

Publication Title: Daily Kentuckian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Kentuckian. — 4 April 1918

DAILY KKNTUCKIAN 7 4 r ACE FOU DAILY KENTUCKIAN April 4. IH1H N ELSON-S ALLEE. til Mr, Isaac Carroll Snllce' Princess Today and Tomorrow GILLIE DURKE Famous Foollilil Favorite in Celebrated Uroadway SucresscH LN "Eve's Daughter" A rippling, peppery picture, iloininitcil by the piquant personality of be-vitchiiiir prcltv Iiillie Nurke. The pitture you mn't alTonl to miss. Sli ry by Alicia Ramsey. AWtt lie. War Tux 2c. Onllren He, War Tax lc. Princess Tomorrow ROSCOE "FATTY" ARBUCKLE ui.es the rn;cff:nrn'. rf ' Rex Today Alma Ruebens &, Walt Whitman the.r daughter, (jrncr, to Mr. TI. Ncls-n. Jr. in'r;3 will tr.kc y'.rr- -IN- Captivatinif favotitea in numerou i 'irly "A COUNTRY HERO" Positively the funniest comedy of Fatty's notable career. Two riot ous reels of joy. Princess Satur.l ty-NOKMA TAI.MAGE in 'THE MOTH." A brill iant story of Social Sins ami Sorrowi with an enilitiir that thrills. More brilliant than "Pantliea," more beautiful than "Puppy." irrcen utcrsts- "The Regenera...

Publication Title: Daily Kentuckian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Kentuckian. — 5 April 1918

KENTOGKISN j " leather, j Frj.ly.fiijr and eon- ' tinud tTt; J "CRCA1ER HOPKINS. $ J VILLE WANTS YOU." Price 3 Centi. Elatliiihed 1879 VoL XL-Daily Vol. 1. No. 23 HOPKINSVILLE, KENTUCKY, FRIDAY, APRIu 5, 1918. DAILY r - . Call 44 f lllm fail to fat tka Keatackjaa promptly. Aad if yo aeftfetteaa, it la the Mass aeas&r. . Elcvejf iom dollar of war risk insurance. been m far written. - 4 ooo r About 2059 pt Only About 2059 person ara under prosecution far failing lo roglater. (V, ooo ' Hn3.ron gav her departing col ored soldiers a big send-off Monday. Thine ia thing about the fear of front I can't kill th peachea any deader. ' Dr. Lawia Powell ia well enough to write a letter to the public through the eolumna of the Kentuckiaa to ay. Manager Tom McReynolda cava the Bond Campaign a great atari y eater day. Tho reception to the visiting speakers waa a great lueccsa. All ehees now in itorage moat be marketed before June 15. And the old joke, you might also "cheese" that . Lanroot'a ma...

Publication Title: Daily Kentuckian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Kentuckian. — 5 April 1918

a -.a- tut WEATHER. I Friday, fair and eon- JtinueJ oll. J - "GREATER HOPKINS- m J VtLLB WANTS YOU." Price 3 CenU. Elablihed 1879 VoL XL-Daily Vol. 1. No 23 HOPKINSVILLE, KENTUCKY, FRIDAY, APRIi- 5, 1918. DAILY ' KENTUCKIAN FDITORIAL COQNT it 4l if fmm fail get th KatuckiaVroaitly. Aad if yea have a a a Ham. ah it la Ika aeve a i aate ii br l v Ele-veir" Iffllion dollarsTIT war rink iMuranec" barn so far written. Only about 206V persona are under prosecution for failinr to register. , ooo Hen.terhon gave her departing col ored soldiers a big acnd-olT Monday. T"hing ia on thine about the fear of front It ran't kill tha peaches ay deader. ooo Dr. I.wis Powell ia well enough to arrita a letter to tha public through tha columns of the Kentuckian to day. ooo Manager Tom McRrynnlda gave the Bond Campaign a great a tart yeater day. The reception to the visiting peakera waa a great success. ooo All cheese now in storage must be marketed before June IS. And the old Joke, you might alao "chee...

Publication Title: Daily Kentuckian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Kentuckian. — 5 April 1918

AC TWO DAILY KENTUCKIAN Am 6, 1918 Daily Kentuckian Published Every Morning Except Monday by CRAS. M. MKACIIAM Editor, Chas. M. Mom-ham,' II. A. Robinson, Au't Klitr. nM J MS W MS XM X I Entered office m at the Second Hopkinsville I'nst llass Mail Mutter. Established at Ilc.pliinsville Conser vaUve in I8B0. Surcoc.lod by Hop ainaville Democrat 176. Published aa tha 8outh Kentuckian 187 J to 188H. From 1HH9 to 1917 as tri weekly Kentuckian. Fifty-eeeead Year of Publication. SUBSCRIPTION RATES. On year by mail 3 One year by carrier 5.00 Shorter term at same proportionate rale. Advertising Rale oa Applicalioa g HIS LAST DIME fjl Q ---- g' Q By JACK LA WTO N. i iCPJrflaL. ii. MMKIR JiMf LM Statement of Itic Owncrcliip, Management, Circulation, (tc. Required !y tho Ai t of ('oncress of August 1M. 1!M2, of Hie HOPKINSVILLE KENTUCKIAN Puhli.-.liKl lri-we Klyut I lopkiusvilli-, Ky., fur April I, CM 8. , Sl:ilo of Kentucky I County of Christian i Before mo, i Nut try I'uhlic in and fur the S...

Publication Title: Daily Kentuckian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Kentuckian. — 5 April 1918

m i7ii O o Our Aim IS TO GIVE THE BEST SERVICE TO BE HAD IFftRMtRS INVEST ST. LOUIS Til Ml N LiBEnTY BONDS SHE NATION ACK U YOUR SOY IN TRENCH- IS tV LOANING UNCLE AM MON.V. ! In the Jewelry and Optical business. S WJe do all our optical work and all 5 our jewelry and watch repairing 5 right here in our own shops and we are the ONLY people in Hopkins- S ville or Owensboro who do. 5 I HARDWICK j 5 HOPKINSVILLE OWENSBORO HIT A BLOW FOR FREEDOM Future f America Seeends en Men Who Till tell Put Veer Sav ings In the Safest Place In World. Cigars and fMK I Delicious J f rSY We Can Please Every Taste The main who Is particular about the cijjara he smoKes is eJso particular about the candy he fctets for his loved ones. We carry the leading local and the nation ally advertised cigars and candies. And we Keep them fresh to injure their tastiest flavors. We can furnish any hind of cigars or candy tn large quantities for special occa Ions at particularly attractive prices Whether you pend a dol...

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

DAILY KENTUCKIAN April fi. I!8 " i jif patterns SftK. f moie fPATTLUVl ill jjk COSTSOViy Wo 'MTi'u sS ...... - V lil, III J fj .... Princess Today QILLIE BURKE 'I PRINCESS TCOAY. Famous in "The 1-nml of Promise," olhor successes 'Arm ami Tin- liirl." IN - ami THE LADIES" HOME JOURNAL mi in iiwrcnrrTtvi UiY TO Lit Home rMr HJ LmlieV r'ey Frock. Bib front aisy be buttoned kigk or turned dowa in aptnn effect Price, IS cents. Sold b FRANKEL'S BUSY STORE Incorporated. ATHENAEUM MEETS TONIGHT TWO PAPERS O PROGRAM AND ANNUAL ELECTION OF OFFICERS. "EVE'S DAUGHTER" Whirh appear! m tilajron Hi n id way. New Ycifc. with tlrsc (Jrnrcc us (lie stir. An up to tho minute American d.iv. Hut vuu can't nffi il in miss. Alw-Kiwcoe Arbutlcle in "A Country Hern. ,,Kiitv, funniest Mm frolic. 2 Acts of Keel Joy. Adult 13c War Tax 2c. Children !V. War T.ix lc. Princess Tomorrow NORMA TALMADGE In the I'rc.'iesl triutiiiili of her wonderful career. A screen semsttion supreme. ' THE MOTH" An adoption of Willi...

Publication Title: Daily Kentuckian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Kentuckian. — 6 April 1918

rAut in.a. WF.ATIIf.R. I eiarnay partly eloudv J VILLC V.'ANVS vou.- nd warmer. Established 1879 Vol. XL-Daily Vol. 1. No. 24 IIOPKINSVILI E, KENTUCKY, SATURDAY, APRIL 6, 1918. Price 3 Cents. DAILY KEOTU'CJffAN 1 IDiTOMAL COMMENT i Call 449 if yew fall . h. eaioekiaa pressa-try. And if 700 MORI hi kave a swi ifm, sasae aaatker. it lha The aala of British anil lrili wool to penons other than those author ised hf the Government ha been forbidden. 000 A faa f4rr wai disconnected in the ngressmsn John Cooper, horn of it t 1 oungstown, ()., the police be lieve with intent to kill him for hi activity in the Wironin campaign againat Berber. Tha Congresamsn haif left homo but hi wife and two children war almost asphyxiated. 000 HCH WAR FARE AT LOCAL FAR CROUDS VETERANS OF EUROPE WAR WILL EXPLAIN MODERN METHODS OF FIGHTING. mm men It) cuss ONE Patted Upon Yesterday Dar ing Final Examination Held at Aralon. MAJORITY WERE COLORED Husky Lot Expressed Willing ness to Go "Over There" Few Claim Ex...

Publication Title: Daily Kentuckian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Kentuckian. — 6 April 1918

m ww w . DAILY KENTUCKIAN (nut TWO April T, 19U Daily Kcntuckian Published Every Morning Except Monday by CHAS. M. MEACH AM Editor, Chas. M. Mcnchnni. H. A. Rohinaon. Am'I Editor. Entered efTire t the Second Hopkinnville I'oet (Uu Mail .Mutter. Established n l!nrkinjville Conser vative tn IKilrt. Succeeded by llop kiniville Democrat I 7I. I'uhlmhed at the South K flit ink win IKiit to 1E83. Kr.mi 1X1 to 1117 a tri weekly Kcnt-.irkian. KEPT HER AWAKE Tht Terriblt Paiot in Back ui Sides. Cardui Care Relief. ' Markvl!le. Lr-Mrs. Alice Johnson, ' o this pLice, writes: "For one year I suffered with an awful misery in my back ; and (ides. My left side was hurting me all the lime. The misery was something SwfuL I could not do anything, not even ile:p si nighl. It kept me awake most ol the nicjht ... I took dillerent medicines, but nothing did me any good or relieved me unli! I took Cardui . . . I was not able to do any of my work j for one year and I got worse all Hie time. SUBSCRIPTION RA...

Publication Title: Daily Kentuckian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Kentuckian. — 6 April 1918

DAILY KENTUCKIAN i u; in is - rV.rV.fev, fci. Iv frh-. K hi tv rv IV. i i h i"- i r pvi, i, rft i . p- j', r i 4 SWEPT ASIDE FOR CATHOLICS, PROTESTANTS ANO April . mill SECTlf LIBERTY till jtR&j Jilts! alas!! I &MmmmXammiIim Keep TheRihtHand Patriotism Tri? advertising for the Third Liberty Loan in this city has been made possible through the patriotism of the follow inz firm, who have 'generously contributed the pace in which the advertis ing will appear: The drive h 5 gins TODAY, 5 April 6. S Christian" v." county's guota is 2 I $287,700. 5 h h -This space is 5 patriotically do- 5 2 nated by the S Bank of Hopkins ville 5 ir the Home Fires Burning Tonight there! will be American boys in lonely listening posts far out in the desolation of No Man's Land, American boys in the dark ness and the mud and cold of the trenches under tne ceaseless thunder of guns and the scream of shells, American boys tramp ing along t the pitch-black, shell- ' to Keep As for you, it is your bounde...

Publication Title: Daily Kentuckian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Kentuckian. — 6 April 1918

..J DAILY KENTUCKIAN April 6, 191 I' PRINCESS TODAY Norma Talmadge : 2 Tremendously poput.tr, winsrmc and capfivatinu ncrrcn favorite IN Z "THE MOTH" Ad.iptcd ft tm Hip famous novel by Villi;im Dana Orcutt. A fascin- a'iiif itmy f ("ci.il fins ami Mirrnws with Ihrillinc climax. More J I rilli.u.Olu n 'Ti.rilhcn," More Ilcautiful than "i'tippy." a ALSO Roan Arburkld in "A fVmilty Hero." Faily's funn'osd m film frolic. 2 KiiilcuM Reels of Joy. NOTICE. PUBLIC! Sprinkling R.oltio. Atiulls Jc V:ir Tax 2c. Children '.V, War Tax 1c. REXjpTODAY Willi.mi Human and Ca-ol Hollowi y in "VKNliKANCi: AND THE WOMAN." Cyrus Townjcnd HrauVn ft rcrn iv-n&itinn. Chapter 7 "The Wolf Trap." Two l.iif a Is. D ins Krnvoti in "THE HIDDEN HAND." The myMc-ry llirilleri.f l!i- bK'i t ilrama. Episode 12 "The Eyca in Ihv Wall. " 2 Acts bni M n.o Luke in "WE NEVER .' M l-IV On.; -f Iho ilevirol J nrd futmicjj you ever saw. i Sul.- splicing rrt'ls of mirthful f.ircc. aj rRINCESS MONDAY Charles R iy in "THE FA...

Publication Title: Daily Kentuckian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Kentuckian. — 7 April 1918

(DAILY KENT WEATHER. Sunday, probably show ers. . VIU.E . WANTS YOU." I "Established 187d Vol XL-Daily Vol. 1. No. 25 HOPKINSVILLE, KENTUCKY, SUNDAY, APRIL 7, 1918. Price 3 Cents. AMIENS NOW IN . EDITOMAt. COKMENT L & J . JL NX J. -. XLl N : R Cat! 44t If in fall la t '' ? ,V I it I Keatwcklaa nreaietly. And If yea nave mi itaaa, phone it la tht MS John P. Thommi, who ia out of tht road, wired in hia subscription yts Urady Tor $.1,500 of Liberty B da. Vfex Overxhiner, who hat been tending the Krntuckian to a pretty girl down Roalh, received notice tht other day that alfi had married an army officer. irx wai game, had tht address changed and booked up an advance subscription aa a wed ding present , The bond campaign opened yetter day with only office tubscriptions being received. The totjwaa well beyond J.'O.OOO including the fol lowing: Amervran Snuff Co., $1S, 060 ; John P. Thomas. J.V'OO; Ira C Rhea A Hon, $500; Campbell Coatea Co., liOO; Ut Metcalfe. $.'0; J. J. Metcalfe. $.r...

Publication Title: Daily Kentuckian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Kentuckian. — 7 April 1918

DAILY KENTUCKIA. April T. III. " Pally Kentuckian Published Every Morning Except Monday by CHAS. M. MEACIIAM MAKING ARTIFICIAL LIMBS FOR CRIPFLED SOLDIERS OF OUR ALLIES Editor, Ch. M. Menrham, II. A. Robinson, Ass't Editor. 7Y7 Entered at the office as Second Hopkinsvillo Post (Iim Mail Mutter. Established as llopkinsville Conscr stive in 1 8t. Succeeded by Hop kinsville Democrat 1876. Published M the South Kentuckian 1879 to 1889. om 18X9 to 1917 a tri weekly Kentuckian. Fifty-second Year of Publication. SUBSCRIPTION RATESi tktt TWO 0 i l . One year by nail $3 00 Ob year , by carrier 8 00 Shorter term at same proportionate rate. Advertising Rate on Application 212 SOUTH MAIN STREET. WATCH THE DATE After your name, renew promptly, and not miss number. The Postal regulations require subscriptions to be puid in advance. Taih mm jirget plant in the wnrld 1r tin- iiiiiiiiif:n iinv .f iTMIh t.i! Ilmlis loeiited In Wa-litnuton. I. .if "ni'" leg mid arum are turned "lit dally rr the "I ili...

Publication Title: Daily Kentuckian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Kentuckian. — 7 April 1918

April T. J" HOPKINSVILLE KCKTUCKIAN -4 iQlo- Our Aim IS TO GIVE THE BEST SERVICE TO BE HAD In the Jewelry and Optical business. We do all our optical work and all our jewelry and watch repairing right here in our own shops and we are the ONLY people in Hopkins ville or Owensboro who do. HARDWICK HOPKINSVILLE OWENSBORO ca a a. i m m m : HIS BROTHER SB) By AQNCS a IROaAN. ILOrnikt. III. wn Nw.-t im-I It was bis brother. Thnt made th great dlff.renre. Oflm he had rend of tragedies, and pawed th.-m by. Hut liarney the bright Iml, nion w hom In Iml lavished erery ran, for whom he had made life sacrWie Itnrney, to die there In th Cunudlnn wood where HIGH SCHOOL NOTES. I PUREST iMn I GOODS jlwIfJV Vfor Use on the (By B.a Kiag Hsra..) Since the entry rf Amerk-a Into -.lie war and th urirfnt appeal for nor clerk in Washington the com mercial department hoi Rained a rep u'aticn far ami wide. And iti en iVjonce h.n bcn felt stronger thnn ever before ty every student of the High School. Tli ia ...

Publication Title: Daily Kentuckian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Kentuckian. — 7 April 1918

' X DAILY RENTUCKIAN CHICAGO MARKETS o lTawnrIbwcrs w One iFurnisSed by Whitfield Bos., Orf.l Fallow ni 'c Aj.ril fl. 1HI8. EdgcdBlado that does the. .'.lav 11" S 12fl 12rti - May . . .f.'i US', 8J1, A r . 1 Pork Mny Lard 4.00 4.4.00 47.85 47.00 r4JrU,i .Work.: A Coldwell Lawn Mower J because of its patented, double-edse blade gives you practically two fawn mowers in one If one of the blades is damaged, or put out of commission in any way, just reverse the knife it is done in a jiffy and your lawn mower is ready for instant use. A Coldwell Crand Lawn Mower may cost a trifle more than do the ordinary kind, hut it stays out of the scrap heap that much longer and gives ....;,.. Air n Iit time. We lieartilv f i 1 1 1 1 1 11. 1 1 k avitHv v - . - - j fy.recommend it. CAYCL-YOST Co.. tiS , ..j 2 'yJT .n.corporaiea.,, Y.nv ... . I Kil. Mny Coffee july ,Sept .... Die ,j:..7n "."..) '.'1.10 24.3 2 2" 7 2.".7o 24.10 21.20 T'f 1SW .VI 11 1 7- lUSansJ ...8.70 8.77 8.70 8.77 ...10 8.8.1 8. HO 8....

Publication Title: Daily Kentuckian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Kentuckian. — 7 April 1918

Aprd r. tot HOFKINSV1LLE KENTUCKIAN T -V t-aaw ' PRINCESS MONDAY. TIiom w) a m Chir.it Ray in hi latest plctara "Tfc Hird Man" will I .L. th.t he i . wvicvmv mw - T Win to appear It th Prlncw Thea tre, this tim In a photopUy differing widely from hi former picture, yet Diving him ortn mora opportunity Ho display hi exceptional ability. Thi it "Th Family Skeleton." aemi-farrieal drama founded on the firm conviction of younit Billy Bale, a millionaire, that he has inherited an irrisistible tendency to drink. How hia charminir chorua girl aweetheart cure him l amusingly told and the acellent cast lend able aitance to the effect of the Ur. . Sylvia Brnner i th leading lady while Billy EVn r. Andrew Arbuckle, Otto Hoff- I man and Jack Dyer ar popular play, er in th rait. Preferred Locals FOR RENT One 4 room and one -room house. Lights, bath and war garden. O. KK.ACII, Tlion 543 1. FOR SALE Wall paper 6e to 30c per roll. St-ck nol-m-hel week. iee Mr F.n-.na Ca: ett Son frone 7'o. U S W-I....

Publication Title: Daily Kentuckian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Kentuckian. — 7 April 1918

M 'tha etpiMlry rf 'v-lj b-fore fl-. Ilial cover Cor all ri; rancor of i uarlea and ba.o Is rombata all go red blood, all loro an.l all hfpe .' life, with in anaemic l.lnl of h : a It et up 'the other world' a a r..' tlon of every reality. The croa I Th rallying peat for a conspiracy agti: l.ealth. beauty, well being. rourm I lellect. cencr.Menro acainst li e I. Thl eternal accusation hall write upon all wal!: I call CN- tlanlty the ore great cur. n grea?. ln'rln!r deprarlty . . . . f) which no exertion! la sufflclervlT r -nnou. wiTft, subterranean wean. I rail It tha oaa Immoi'a ahar.i and blemlt upon tha bumar race " Nor In he kindlier toward Judalsit toward the Judaism of latar day, a least, lie ha Word nt ilmlMHr.ii f ! th.il It Poured a.arlra t'it I in.l4-.-d. for that warrior nation whir' . i.r.ler. n well mi Industry n I rmr rnp flnniin , ltf KtrvUnn bon In . The I1UI1 priest of nn.anihn.; . to fhl, tor(,, f r.,,P,tln,. ,n, , -r. t;:.-itit:utied that tha evil .ml w. .).. .! 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. — 7 April 1918

AprttT. ItlUV - DAILY KEWTUCKIAW fA .. ife..---v; AVictL-',? iErR .wtV r jr TI TT TT T7 ' 0 iveeo the Home rires Tonight there will be American torn roads. 1 nrougn tne long, in Innelv listening oosts far dreary hours, as they wait and arwj w mmm. - - - j J- X Burning idvertiiing for the LibcrtY Loan in thi is been made possible the patriotism of the Ijnjr hrms, who nave JiJusly contributed the In which the tdverti- 11 appear: out in the desolation of No Man's Land, American boys in the dark ness and the mud and cold of the trenches under tne ceaseless thunder of guns and the scream of shells, American boys tramp ing along the pitch-black, shell- watch in the dark, while dangers lurk on every hand, their thoughts turn to the homes they have left behind, homes on distant farms, in sca jered villages, in great cities, and they see in imagination the pleasant home light shining out into the night They Are Fighting f y to Keep Those Home Fires Burning The drive be- S gins TODAY, April 6...

Publication Title: Daily Kentuckian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Kentuckian. — 7 April 1918

April 7. ( :ial Features Announced For "Experience is the Best Teacl M . -1 . Next WeeJ. at the Picture Shows jl One out of every four Auto Owners have found out by experience that Goodyear Tires i i - UDIFS HOME , JOURNAL 1 STmsn rthna ftting LAiY 1U l DAILY KENTUCKIA. I rT nvxt ! ' ICOSTSCVtrr. V ff Princ.ss Monday. They iy that every family haa it hidden skeleton it's something that is never spoken of save with bated breath a short of bete noir but in Charles Ray's family that is. in his picture "The Family Skeleton" this bete noir ia only imaginary. Other players in the cast are Sylvia Brener. Andrew Arbuckle, Billy Elmer, Otto Hoffman and Jack Dyer. R Monday. Walt Whitman is the star whose sympathetic personality makes Col. Mills a most lovable old Southern gentleman in the new film play. "The Tar Heel Warrior." R.s Tuesday. The American stnge tins no more brilliant figure than Ethel Barry more, star of the great wonJcrptay of patriotism. "The Crest Power." Princess Tuesday. Gl...

Publication Title: Daily Kentuckian
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