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

c. A TT TT FATHER. -. I y fair and cold-; Jll-JT bluM 1879 Vol XL-Daily Vol. 1. No 26 HOPKINSVILLE, KENTUCKY, TUESDAY, APRIL 9, 1918. Price 3 CenU.v AMM.E1 XT - . EDiTOsiAi con ; M li t . ,m- ) . . v I..J A f 7 7 II II II II 7 rx ir i TvT 3 TO RESCUE I a 44 if r.u u ik Kswtacktaa promptly. And II yea i ft ."i. H t. Ik. WEATHER FOR WEEK. Ohio Valley Felr without do- t eided', changes In temperature --. until middle of woek. cooler Thursday. Unsettled with rain - aad higher tmimtan by Sat- , J" OUR WIVES. God bless our wives, Thoy fill our blvcs With litUo boo and honey; Thsy oaao Kfs'a ahocka And mend our aocka; But don't thtjf apend our money) Fond in Cborier-JourneL Sunday was quiet day on tha Woo front, with no roaumption of ' to heavy fighting of the day before. Ed Jsrkson, a farmer In Hardin Cfonty, killed himaelf with ahotgua h lit of despondency. A farmer who waa despondent in times like t faase must have been crsxy. . Lieut Col. John II. Allen, baa been acquitted of any blamo...

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 April 1918

" " "7 . -.w.. i is -- -Li" 1 "' "Vt v if l7; -l Cvtry Morning Except Monday by CnAS. H. M EACH AM Editor, Chu. M. Meacham, H. A. Roblnaon, Aaa't Editor. Entered at the office aa Second Hopkinsville Poat Claaa Mail Matter. Eatablished aa Hopkinsvillu Conser vative in I860. Succeeded by Hop kinavllla Democrat 187. Published a th South Kentuckian 1879 to 1889. Prom 1889 to 1917 aa tri Hkly Kentuckian. i : 1 V:i wwm" r - - ihRVO'JS YRECK rabbit commits suicide Free Tire. Tew.' Suffer?. Saya its head against the af 1 aM I. If tU II I Cardul Made Her WclL TIRE OF A BUGGY WHILE BEING CHASED BY DOGS. Fifty a.s.wd Yaar af Publicalioii. Texas City, Tex. In in Interesting Itatement, Mrs. 0. H. Schill, of (hit town, uyt: "For three years I suffered untold agony with my bead. I was unable to UW T VI W J "VI I Just wanted to sleep all the time, for t funniiy afternoon ri:trd that was the only ease I could Ret, when i the wood nrar by and I was asleep. I became a nervous wreck : running arrow thr...

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 April 1918

7 April 9. 1918 - HOLD OPfOBIBSm i - T V fjk k k k - - & -" k k k " k " k y .. - inenigiuuoiiui Hratrioiism The advermini for the Third Liberty Loan in thii city hat Keen made poa iblc through the patriotism of the foU lowinf firms, who have frnerouilf contributed the apace in which U advertising will appear; S ' The drive be- S gan April 6. 2 5 Christian! county's quo'a is S $287,700 fix to Thi apac is 2 . rlr- mL m P ' Snated by f 5J4L HOOSER, Tailoring : liCHKOTOK, Jeweler - ii HPHE'RE is but one sure road to the defeat of the German the field. There is but one sure road to VICTORY, and it must be built upon the toil, .the steady purpose, the saving and the lending of a whole nation There is but one sure road to VICTORY, and it must be built upon the Liberty Bonds of a loyal and united American people. On this road, and this road alone, can our splendid armies drive through to the Rhine and beyond! Build well, O Road Builders, and build quickly! Buy Bonds of the It is seldom ...

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 April 1918

Jbr psttrrnS H OME A . f PATTIRV 1 Yf kttt: h PRINCESS TODAY. THE LirilS'IlOME JEJUNAL ptHrtrrrrnNc SASV to use Rom fattara 147 Lsdiei' Biu (wtta. new tflict Eifr"""r mart becomtnf. Price, IS emit. nUNKCL'S BUSY laorrted. Gladys rtrockwell but the one that wt have to announce now to by fur the mart intercstln; that thin brilliant actress hai ever had. The new drama to "The Devil's Wheel" 'and it MMmMei a story that cannot help but thrill you, and the star's work in it to limply fascinatine;. Can you Imagine a woman, aimple, innocent, and charming, receivinit an injury that raunes her not only to forget her own life, name and peo- pie, but a No milking her a ferocious and danjrerous woman In thli flew sphere the finds the real loe of her life and aha trains happlneaa in spit of her viriou (unrounding. 5k? PERUNA Best All STORE BUY-AT-HOME About four yean apao an agent from another State sold a widow a monument fuarantre.l to be strictly first-class at a price 7S per cent above th pri...

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 April 1918

L iSBPl "er-- -- . I- DM 1 . ' V .. 77 WEATHER. Y ynday warmer. kublUhcd 187VoL XL-Daily Vol. 1. No. 27 HOPKINSVILLE, KENTUCKY, WEDNESDAY, APRIL 10, 1918. Prk 3 Centt. R af 77 v' a ft if r M t 4 I A. If it , 1 ! ( EDITORIAL COOT : IDIIUKIAL MuM : 449 If yew fall to gel the Kenteckiaa promptly. A ad if ya have news lua, pkeae II to the mm aaaskcr. The bond aubarriptiont the flnt day amouHed to 1260,000,000. ooo Tern Rhea, of Russellville, la tipped to ran for tht Democratic nomina tion for Audiotr nex j.ar. "tK mercury dropped three degree below freeiing yesterday mominir and laat night it wm atill cold enough for big Area. ooo The aalient pushed into tha French front ia ahaped like a pear, but the v .. Kaieer haa not found it a "Peara- dise but graveyard for 300,000 wen. There haa boon vary noticeable . Improvement in tha make-up and ' head-lettering of tha Bowline Green News. It ran hardly ba recognised M tha same paper. ooo Jim Lemon's income tax may be - reduced some by the impro...

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 April 1918

hst April KX 19JN 5 ar . Morninf Except i..ondy by CJ3. M. MEACHAM Editor, Cfcas. M. Mrhiim, H. A. Robinson, Au't Editor. Entail at the office aa Second HopkinsvilWi Toat Class Mail Matter. London, April .- Thirteen Car man airplanra were brought down in flghtine; with British airmen Satur day, eleven others were disabled and two wrre (hot down by anti-aircraft (run, according to tha Britiah avia tion communication issued thia even .nit. Sixteen British machine which were sent out hiiva not yet been ac- thought possibly ta hava been forced to make landings inside their own lines. In the prevailing weather. flu ford Hull, considered tha wealth lent farmer in Scott county, and Miss I.ora Forward, a Georgetown beauty, mho ha been teaching school at Smithland, were married at fado- cah Saturday. Established aa Ilopkinsville Conser vative In 1886. Succeeded by Hop-! kinsvllla Democrat 187A. Published a tha South Kentuckian 1871' to 188. From 1889 to 1917 as tri- skly Kentuckian. Fifty ad...

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 April 1918

I - 7 k h h h h h Ex ffEr1 33 JSSSiiS CTqatsgggtM His Worst Foe Is BEHIND Ham! As that American boy goes across"no manfe land," he knows what is before him. He knew before he sailed. He's ft-QinH fr.r if rarlir fr.i- if oarrar -fnt if. Ha Pin S:Lj. 4-V Hi in f naf'c ixrViaf Vita'c fViotv -fr.f - 3ut he can 't fight the slacker at home, who nurses his money; vho sits supinely by and sees his country's soldiers slaughtered or lack of military supplies; who prefers greenbacks to glory, ollars to victory. hat soldier's worst foe is behind him right here in America . z you going to betray that boy? He's bone of your bone, blood of your blood; he's fighting for Cc; for the peace of your fireside, the chastity of your women, the lives of your , children, the honor of your flag! Are you going to betray him? That's just what you do, when you withhold the money without which he cannot be furnished the fighting material he needs. You betray him Buy Bonds of the Third Liberty Loan TheRi$htHand....

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 April 1918

k r Morninf Except! LonHnn, ffMlinil-iirj-n' April to. ijms i only Mary Garden h .;, trie new photo . .nout novel by Ann '.I to Mm Oerdcn's .." tell the story of a benuty ef ancier.t Alexander. WB nol' 1 rinua for -her many love' affairs. A wealthy yeuog man nsmed Paphnu tUia ia attracted by This, but Icav ' inf bar home ana evening. Is set upon 'by k jealous rival Whom he slays in eelfdefence. Having lately become convtrt to Christianity from hit paean belief, ha know that murder ' S crltne gaint Heaven, anil in 1 la great ramoraa he becomes a monk ' Md (oca far ant on the dctcrt to liv in expiation of hi am Vhila be becomei known throuch- out tha world for hii sanctity. Thin 1 baeomea tha very queen of riotoua liv-1 In. . Then Paphnutiun eonceivee the - idea that it would give the Caue of - Christianity treat impetus if he could sired j thought possibly la have heen forced April 8. Thirteen .r'-ilto '-"k" ,",',, - -- uiwzim T'-.J-. i r f I . ' rinccos tomorrow fnncesi Today MARY G...

Publication Title: Daily Kentuckian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Kentuckian. — 11 April 1918

W T IDAILY KENtto VcL X-Daily Vol. 1. No 28 HOPKINSVILLE, KENTUCKY, WNWCrJ APRIL 11, 1918 Price 3 Cent r r warm f d) o) I L EXPECTATIONS If n ObMf tr of Hop- , E. l.Tavea, i not d on th kind of to Jianding out. ril 14, all of th Loolsvill and iry will quit srv ; whoat products. . harvest J Irish, lhy v fttn Aught la tima thAlli Wh get a squsr man1 another ' tho Belgian bor h of their new Ed L. Weathers, Tpaaish-Amerirsn t freed? eye on Tarta. SURPASSED PERSHING'S MEN ARE SOMEWHERE IN THE REGION OF AMIENS WAITING THEIR TURN TO TAKE PART IN A GREAT COUNTER STROKE BY GEN. FOCH. GOVERNMENTS APPEAL HEARD BY FARMERS FOR SEED CORN. " 1 ' " 1 meeting which i 7. t j : si Unless one kreps in almost daily touch with the progress of the seed corn campaign beinic made in thi county and Western Kentucky he will toon be lot in the dust of the trail, it movei to fat. The skrotie who attempted to spin the wheel of organisation in its beginning by doubting the honesty and integrity of everybody on th...

Publication Title: Daily Kentuckian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Kentuckian. — 11 April 1918

DAILY XENTOCKIAH "iPay Kantuckian Published Every Morning Except ' M-n-lv. by . CHAP. M. .MTAC CAM " ' P.'S YOUNGEST CRA.VDSCM Editor. Th, .w. Meacham, II. A. Robinson, Asst Editor. Entered t the itapklrsvillt I'ust offlce an Second Oust Mail Matter. Established Hopklnsville Conser vative) In lna. Succeeded by Hop. kinsville Democrat 1876. Published M the South Kentuckian 1S7U t 1889. From 18H9 to 1917 a tri weekly Kentuckian. Fifty-second Year of Publication. SUBSCRIPTION RATESi On lur by mail 83.00 Ob year by carrier 5.00 Shorter terms at Sara proportionate rates. Advertising Rates en Application 212 OUTH MAIN STREET. WATCH THE PATE After your name, renew promptly, ami not mix number. The Postal regulation require subscriptions to be paid in advance. ' T. 17 7r J y ni.iTi... ,..'.,: .1,. i M.nni; .-l ...t,. . -, l, II, , H.wv.c Jr.. n..t,,;r:. !.. I nt ll... Ii.m.- oi Lad Liaco SuJcncff. black' Dtunihi ReHcved.-- FIRjtCr A YZA.l O.- ATIVITlt1 f ' v ucsicnzd to i Aki7i:rv i , . YOU...

Publication Title: Daily Kentuckian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Kentuckian. — 11 April 1918

" -" j -V yi-r.r---r1-;y r 3- ' A ; I ,- , i-,.7n . . , 'i r. r, -v r!fthdayJPresents that arc Useful , ry Ctrl or boy any man or woman .. voy!d appreciate a good fountain pen.', 1 J Eitery day.otf the year-tlmost every hour s. of-the day r such a present can be put to a practical vseV .'. ' "There are. many maKes of fountain pens. And 'many etyles and sizes tn the various maKes. So If we can be . of any service to '.you in helping you choose the best fountain pen on the marhei'for your particular pur 'PoeavJust drop tn and see us. ty,'o. 'cook 1 - 4 : DRUGGIS flheat by One-Half America .Consumed 42,000,000 Bushels Monthly. ' ' From New Until Harvest Must Use ' Only 21,C00,0C0. . , RATION PER PERSON IS V, POUNDS OF WHEAT PRODUCTS WEEKLY rural rum rum.. Military Necessity Calls for Greater Sacrifice Here Allied War Bread Muit Be Maintained Our Soldier and Sailor to Have Full Allowance. f0o Hopkinsvilie Ice Consumers j ?, B m m ' On accoint of the extraordinary advance in the cost of ...

Publication Title: Daily Kentuckian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Kentuckian. — 11 April 1918

Awr n,,tnw;. t-jsuei HAlA i H TTe. TTTT T 1 Fotato Week We are going to sell Northern Stock Potatoes AT $1.00 Per Bushel This week. Delivered in the city limits, 1 bushel or more. La57ce-Tost Lo. Incorporated pr;ncess tomorrow. -1. .le r'l.r '.: v i I be jum '.v. ' of H"n r I'lrMire vers n if I'i? ! ixiputnr Fntur 'ny Evening To"'. s' ry of the m;:;c n:ne by the e'ehented j American wr.ter. Irv n S. Cohh. j "Fields of Honor" ii a vital storv of a grim situation created by the present war. here in America. Only the distant rumbling of the Euro pean battlefields are heard in the ac tion, but the tremendous grip it has on individual lives this side of the water la shown with relentless truth. ALLIES DEMAND MORE CEREALS REX TO DAY. COIN COLLECTION GATHERED FROM MANY FOR EIGN COUNTRIES BY HIS SAILOR BROTHER. coin dated 1"4'". Mr. Raugh has I on display in his show window a col lection of swords, guns and cart ridges, representing various war per iod, together with some flairs of his tori...

Publication Title: Daily Kentuckian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Kentuckian. — 11 April 1918

KC. ;NSVI(XS ' KK nTUCKIArl.l Arji ileitis, -.y ; - pack nv ' t eooM King Baggot and Mai guerite Snow n "THE EAGLE'S EYE" Extra ' Special REX FRIDAY I By William Flynn recen'Iy retired Chief t L 5. inc ret Service. The story ol the Imperial German Government spies and plots in America. "The Hidden Death." How the j. sinking of the Lusitania was plott.d ard achieved. 'The $50,000,000 Borrib Plot" and startlins revelations of the multitude of simular outrages. The supreme sensation in 5 the annuals of thril ing screen nation. , I Extra Special -:- K x Frday -. B trgain Day Admission 3 cents to Everybody -: Extra Special Princess Today MATINEE AND NIGHT. On account of I'.e'ay in transt MARY GARDEN Superior genius of the operative atage, Prima Dor.na of World wide fame, in "T HAIS" From the famoua novel by Anatol Franct. The moat brilliant pro duction in the recent history of motion pictures. Admission 10c and 20c. We pay war tax. j Princess Tomorrow MAE MARSH I In tha most powerful ecr...

Publication Title: Daily Kentuckian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Kentuckian. — 11 April 1918

IITON'SHIGL i PRELATE PLEADd eoiDne BECAUSE OF Mi II J :Si"i;5 .J lu.. I - ,,l , illU. This Com Will Peel Right Off! liUOi'SBtlLF1 tan MHIiona Ere:td Is P.irvel- Bate In Third liberty Lean. "0?. -!." Jhakes Coras Ccuie lt "Banana-Peel" Way! Off AACHBISMOI OF YORK TELLS OP ALLIES' NEDS AND AMEN. ICA'S ABILITY TO HELP. MONEY AND FOOD WANTED Oallars Arc Only Bullets Thai Nevte MiM Mark, He Say In Urg ing a Vlgoroua Lean Campaign. By Dr. Cotmo Gordon Lang. Th Archbishop of York tnd PrimM ol Engltnd. "Com to England and Franct quickly with money, (hip and food. There it a ter. rib't tra:n upon my country men in tse trenches. We are not whining and asVnj (or sympathy, but yon will be cheering u to new hope, if we know that all the power and resource of your country v.-i!l be given to the future of civil iration. "You cannot send as many men aa ycu wish, but you can send etrr things. Send money. Where men cannot go. money can The ocean cannot Mop it. Your dollars are the rnly bullet" that ...

Publication Title: Daily Kentuckian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Kentuckian. — 11 April 1918

r : -a April II. Itli. HOPKIN3VILLE KENTUCKIAN PACE SEVEN fa er-f 07- IS A fa 1 PS fix fa fa fa fa fa fa fa fa wo ODD HEM T IWrB? B7 A TO) 3 OVER Tt Www fey ' ' Itik: ' The American soldier who comes back from France, having offered his ALL on the field of battle to save America. And the American business man who offered ALL his profits to his Government for Liberty Bonds while the war lasted. Pa-rloiism The dwrtUiHR for the Third Liberty Loan in this city has been made possible through ihe patriotism of the following firm, who have generouslr contributed the space in which the advertising will appears How are you going to feel when you meet these soldiers returning from the battlefields where they have faced death for your sake. Some of them won't stand erect like man in the picture. Some will be on crutches, some in roller chairs; some will hnve lost their arms, or their eyesight. j How will you feel when they tell you the ammunition gave out, the guns didn't come, the airplanes f...

Publication Title: Daily Kentuckian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Kentuckian. — 11 April 1918

FACE EIGHT DAILY KENTUCKlAi Ar-l It. ItU. MRS. C. fi. DUKE (3qce -Yo$t l& AUTO SUPPLY DEPARTMENT SPECIAL INTRODUCTORY ASLE ON Mohawk Quality Tires Having added a line of Mohawk Tint we are ewe t give spe cial price on thia line for the next thirty day. Aft. r this time Mohawk Tirea will be regular price. If you wjnt a new tire you should take advantage of thi ipccial sale. 'JCB CHAMPION X SPARK PLUGS 59c Tbii Week Only MONKEY GRIP Will fix your tubes. It holds f 1 Per Can DOES YOUR RADIATOR LEAK? Radiator Never-Leak will stop it. 5"c Per can. WE SELL VEEDOL, ENARCO AND MOBOLOILS JtATH-R-NU1 tuiu .6''7 "VJ-SACK HTO C'JJI Leathe-R-Nu Will refinish the upholstery on your car. Make it look new. Driea quickly. A trial can i . will show you. 25c and Up FORD BULBS Headlight Bulbs for Fords. This week only 21c RELINERS Save your tirea by using Relinera 3 in. Size $1.98 3J in. Sie $2.48 4 in. Size $3.43 TEST YOUR STORAGE BATTERY . Keep your buttery in the right conditon. Put in distilled...

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 April 1918

f-.: DAILY KENTUCKIAN WEATHER. Friday fair and warmer btabliahrd 1879 Vol. XL-Dai'y Vol. 1. No 29 HOPKINSVILLE, KENTUCKY, FRIDAY, APRIL 12, 1918. A, ft ATM GRAE LI IMML COMMIT v. Call 44t If r 'ail ft the Kentoekian srsmptlv. And il yt.u have news ilaai, phone it In ths MM bar. SHOWS LB is tha kind of wrnthrr that kV man puttied whether to buy tr or coaL dLd NO 4.- ' 7. lee- 8. N. Hairy, of Urooklyn. N. Y.. dropped drad in Washington while ml dressing a gathering of fish denier 1n ronfrrenra at tha Food Administration. Tha territory seised hy (irrmuny in tha so-eslled peace with Russia Is irea times as lance as Texas and has Jo",1 1,000,000 inhabiUnU. By an arrangement with Psrtugal. tha United States now has a Naval base in tha Atorea 7B0 miles off tha roast of Portugal. ooo- President George E. Gary, of the Anti-Loafer League would like to hold business ronfrrrnre with the various local Ashing club that are preparing to loaf on tha river bank when the Ash begin to bite. eoo Tha sn...

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 April 1918

. .A. . - V DAILY KENTUCKIAN April 12, I01A Itur. V Hpklnavill Otiser i. Bueceied or Hop erat UTS. Published i. KfittMklM 187 to lmU 1917 M fcrt- . J T t f.MSctW. t'rw'kr ..;.... , r term et sees ftftif ito .1., i v i f' 1 i, ', g ' V T.'T DAJX AfW yii ' ' ' roU "Hosting 'v i f-yc. cr f the r, . : u j , tea err the melody calls name. r.nl- -f aviaiiosra vtalloiray Timet, r - A',r th ;tU4' it apprixi- maWiy.' MlX0,Q0(y inheritance U, J , rrshlitf 4aUy"iahy liat laMoup-nitiiw war, kaaia. To 710 bipoM4 tW 124 namea r. .m.i t'Vi ittZ i-. ' f T" - an) -4.J jrfiUrij. Of tha hit VrafwlS' ovar 1,- by mlnaa or U verk. JTkia ia , J.yitt any weak lZ.wa ahipa of leaa AJ tare flahlnc boata .Jn1s ' -4 v a , qKt Hon- and IkrvM-mRiitU ,' ta dvartjafaklf fc)impaicn haa baan a" o with aitd'tht can- vm to be mad by-both man and Wonhni ia rxpatiHI to bring; quick ra- r fThfla Ibja Pify .JCaoiuckian an ncod 4! -11wi bagluutng that it M tj" ' aaven-column K,,ot joa. wa'ara flnding r Marv ntakaJrquent in ...

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 April 1918

r.-.. N April 12. 1918 OAILT KENTUCtOAN its- pM5UlC!tili5?: TO) TCP' I TWTT TIT 7TT TVrw Nam., ef Htm far W WJshin 'n. 'Vs ' ' ' 1 .- ue Ihrouiruiui It. 1m:kI 9 u V 77 99 ii I 9 ft I M U Mt C.lf Mn mi. S3 3 "i 1ml d Am' tacaut Mtf "OVE ME TOP JVU an illustration of the lofty sentiment possessed by men C ' who die oh the European battlefield in the war for democ " . 'racy and a reminder for Americans who may be backward in contributing to the Third Liberty Loan for the same 'great cause, the Liberty Loan Committee has made 'pub' lie the last letter written by Captain V. G. Tupper, of the Canadian Scottish Sixteenth Battalion, to his' father, Sir Charles Hibbert Tupper, before his death at the battle of 1 I Vimy Ridge last April. The soldier wrote: s My Dear Father I am writing one of these "in case letters for the first time, and, of course, I hope you will never have to read it. If you are reading it now, you will know that your youngest son "went under" as proud as Punch in the mos...

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 April 1918

XT 7.- v . DAILY KSNTUCKIAN April 1918 i. . 4 AL.VOSr"lA, -1ItJMV JZU'W.y f.4 y t...,f tin KinWi.'l ' -'rfi 'rrV or IM I'V-J.j, xMnvSl JpuII ri ice -vr era? '' ' fantaa-laYraei.teil in .' .w" , V" by. l.Zstalbuuj ' ni, H hu I 1 eve: iplish Phcso -Ci hi - i V.''' i.c fHcso UHined by v 'mt. aulvrMtuy " ' J ,: trsirwd in frjr'iU'.H.n miv : '" , x . r' in foriijaOunF.y t,. ,ln 0k ' I'fr "' ' ai art .n lht.t-' "4-l ' '. - i. . T " aw II . f VJ 1 jT t37Wi; ,V- "-Tht'i: .... . nw Kcfr.A- 'Oik- H,aVv - - . ;Hl( kRIUUi Mi.W.fvfl '. 4 dnf hi.; fro.d. Jt'-'-.Ww im 1 t- ,4fhkd at on'sfoB 11 rf r I. v r i tnicACrj.,Atrr;--. (FrelJivi fc Vr' .. . -oaj f.:u"..r -t '' April tirYus. 1.J1. July tl4y.'v.vi..TJ..:. (' July' ..... . 3 j. ') ' Ott ... .31 on i.ib r. v- t.o .0 i; . Li! ' i Yon and your f r. vi;U ryf." arrfx i i A . t!;7 -. j-'TtC i a ' m vayi'., . .. , V( '.. ' trr--'.-: MrMattox direct from h. house of the -Be'.'chnut Pure Food Pro ducts wi!i be with us on t v- above days an- wv luu .som...

Publication Title: Daily Kentuckian
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