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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Kentuckian. — 13 April 1918

IDAILY KENTUCKIANi WEATHER. Saturday Fair. -GREATER HOMtlNS- VILLE WANTS . YOU." . Eitabli.hed 1879 Vol. XL-Daily Vol. 1. No 30 HOPK1NSVILLE, KENTUCKY, SATURDAY. APRIL 13, 1918. Price 3 ' Cents. TJ1 EDITORIAL COMMENT IIS Call 44 if yea fail I get the Keatacklaa promptly. And if you have a news item, phoae it to the am number. This morning news it alarming. The facta eaeaet be ..rceal.d. Tha British ara la daaer af defect la ,a decisive battle lory, thai aa iaaa rde, ectiag tha Sarskal Hals has eeuaded a aata af re. .Taa fata af tha werld may W mIM aa tkia, tha thirteenth th, af Ike aaeatb. Bat there ara Atasritaea aa the wayl mm OVER MILLION MORE POUNDS Tha Courier-Journal failed to coma yesterday, but tha Kentuckian cam ut on time and Hopkinsville got the nei usual. If you lend your money to the Gov emment, you may be quite aure that it la foing to be uaed rot aome na tonal purpose. to proaaruta tha war successfully, to rare for, euip, arm, anuTsupply our aoKlirra in France, to be ...

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 April 1918

.. k , T i i Arfl IS, Hit. TJ v 'daily kentuckia. y PACK TWO - -!i- " i r a': J, Pally Kentuckian fnbllahcd Every Moralnr Except Monday by CHAS. M. M EACH AM Editor, Chas. M. Mearham, B. A. Robinson, Ana't Editor. Entered at th (Be a Second Hopkinsville Poat CUaa Mail Matter. Established aa Hnpkimville Conser vative in 1800. Succeeded by Hop kinsville Democrat 1876. I'uhliihed M the South Kentuckian 1879 to 1889. From 1H8U to 1917 aa tri weekly Kentuckian. FiftT-t.coad Year of Publication. SUBSCRIPTION RATES. Ob. year by mail $3 00 Oma Tear be carrier S0 Shorter term., at eame proportionate rate. AdvertUisf Ratoe oa Application SIS SOUTH MAIN STREET. WATCH THE DATE After your at, renew promptly, ana noi m number. The PoeUl rrtruhrtioni require subscriptions to be paid in advance. I fi i nif paper nas eruiixea trtlnthc government in the cause of America for the period of the war OUR SERVICE FLAG Arcordinc to unofficial advice. American Marine have landed at Vladivostok, where Japanes...

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 April 1918

i i w HOTMW PACK THX CHILDREN Shnuld nM b "dn'f lircnlii apply' ter.Mjy'' Pork! Pork! Pork! 1 tZ i-. . . . i v ( wl 13 A' Complete Line of Remedies It's hard to thtnK of any ailment more an noying than foot troubles. Every step you t&Ka ts a constant reminder. But there are now a number of good remo dies on the marhet for affording qulcK relief And the price. In most Instances, ts very reasonable. We have a fresh stocK ot all the best Known corn plasters bunion pads foot bath tablets foot powders and other preparations. We also can supply you with salves lini ments disinfectants adhes've plasters bandages-etc. J. . COOK DRUGGIST la warn Lor j Ae d Arbiter Un til Dfpcsed by fi M"iarUt!c Iroquois Five Ndionw Cf.ADING FRUIT FOR MARKET Producer Who Ha Negler !?d la p.y Will Learn It Vali e When Ho Attempt to Orad. If I hi- farmer ili:nn ti hiive h' ailc or iitlicr frnll chiiim te !' n-iufulljr with Unit ImmikI t l.y tlie re- Tlie A::,n.an I u' -.I'l did not Iti'iw any way to make e:...

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 April 1918

1 . .jr ' "V" I i rV ' f - DAILY Kll j . i f, f rrraiit vnAAnA ii.irtnwi..i- tin n viip iiiiiia 11 l A w-B a N I M I KllllkV MIIMMWIIUI. III V I I IK 1Mb UIIIUV ' w m at m a a a as a it n a - w i aawi.w " L. . I I W.. .."WW. W ..W .W W. .W W.W. ..W..W t.- i V!. mi. - n . ..-JT t I I 19 iV J - , .1 11 II I I I .1 aV - ar . B ' ""a. .. w3 A-a rw aa I . . . 1 w 1 ,a . 1 1 1 I 1 I g I iff- ' h rg "I I . .a V 4 T . . 1 1 m 1 & I II UfV.,.rk 'ill at V4.. -i'-. :yctr -Vv ; . i i i fr . il II J 1 1 j i H im MM v.-.' ::- A I -..L-T-v II I . V . ; I I I AWI . V a"'H''IIl'.l.'l-.i''V 1'. J-Zr II Ii " rlii ' ' P"'CTPB- whlrti baa J tint aMr.! In lhl n.iinrv. Illiwtrii? Iho ri wbro lh rrnrh l-j LfT. afWfutMta pproacfaad Ifco litlfmnt to hWp ll tritlh xtop tin- frr" "Jprman drl. .V.y;. : . , - i t . ,m roncern-d, tn hop or tn worm a a.- '. . uiiiir'i ii i.i ri ii ii v a i,. !,. vn.,i . r.---.. .1 Vi I IIIIH4I1' UITH IllliUI . """- I r- v- , 1 uuiiu 111 iuiivi iiio.i.K to uot 1 - . rf. t - UAI...

Publication Title: Daily Kentuckian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Kentuckian. — 13 April 1918

Aaafl t -a. A flnrnriimirril ' Mcvicebl : ' .) SS& CONTROL. PI CW LEAF CURL? ;' 1 f M Which 1 I B.s. . I II' A I I I ' " HIrifl TffnirV. 'Ccrdzn How, OmvUd by Funoou Diet Produce. Reddish Colored WtapnSpray In V"ter. Tho rurllna of lit litlTM of pparb trrr In oftrn rutioml I'jr a fntiiou ,)!.. rallnl letif mrl. TMn ttfrm ttai'k the IIxmjp of I ho ieoT. Iivnv rilli colored dlatnrwik7l dlmis the 1paf lit iirtan. Hwi Mlugp IhP trw In ilvlrll i for I HI tar"ir.Vir uap of I ho bitVnf Tka ! ilvlrpl lnulllr dpiI jrrar'a . ., ...... nf" IUIIKU- limning mi', perlr In sprliiu. even Iwfore the mill- hrn I hp spring jirn aiiarea.ine ewru- Inlu Ibo tlaraee be fore the lpf la anfoldpj. Therefore pony in spring, pirn lip or iyn v.nen pari ati'arm. It log hul ol fJ Inl , - : v " - It... j - w . ; j V I lilO I nniilL V J'fPV 1 anu ruunirjr ntore war k'sniros arp dpp lej this year tlian ppr l-f..rp. I'anioiUm miniHl 2.000.000 Atn. rl. nn. to lani itanlpii la at jrpar. aTonlln to pailniaipa of I h...

Publication Title: Daily Kentuckian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Kentuckian. — 13 April 1918

1 ALU' ; : .- 'X ; 'i rv . h.'iptu"t I iKvV; I i nitf ; ; 5 teat cu j yr. Middle Aged Are Hers Tcti iho test I--r.c-Jy fer Their ir-3 prruxi i l l.f. i.rin-r I t'.ie sympt. t..m in. H" ncrvon-.ni v , r.'t.l r.;i v;. ' sr. w t h ' - - si; 're IV.- : . - ... I ii tm . -..i lit- i i . ''.'' i'i ,i 4v- -v i fir i v- . - 1 a ,T 'I I T . . i , . i . . . .. . i ..i.i a. i . " - y - i i.i r war i at ft an II Til.-, I.I. .1 . r l" t- " " "NaVj-.V I V A V ' , I XI Lain WjroMii.io t oiPnuil t r.- ..nrtn-n l- Ituim.-i V tS'i .v t ' ' C iU lhrlBt.-. -n. .l-. i.-r !t:vlroi:lK.w:,.r.i it ,r. !yr'-.r! v T ' 'i ' U . -''l-'rj toe. 1 fcol l-ter nl tnn-r In it? rr.ir'n- . -I 3, JT ' ' 'A! V fl ttUin it. aoJ thsnnnoyinr vmr'.'H In" '"' 1 t.- fl l ! 1-ar.O." SlrfcM.Oom.ai.u:; apoU.D M., l"reccat, 7--X - ll4 ".-vl't? "JvM jj -A vf? ' ; t?Jtx North TTaTrti.rm,... W! F. Pinl.h V'v V.!' 4-j,-7 I v-: bad failid when P.a.io,r il.roo,-!. cii.u. uf 1 !u-rj S -' ' 2 f'Vfr J ' - I L.' SPENDS tot DAYS IN f JAIL BE...

Publication Title: Daily Kentuckian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Kentuckian. — 13 April 1918

V ARD by yard mile by mile this man, and millions like him the best of America's young manhood are building the road to Berlin the road to VICTORY! I K is going in with American pluck and American re sourcefulness, but his sacrifice will be in vain unless you "carry on," unless you equip him to meet the Prussian on equal terms. He gladly offers his life that America may live; that American homes may be safe forever from the terror of Ger man arms. Daily, hourly, he faces a thousand chances of death from the air, on the earth, and from the depths under the earth; from gas and mines and snipers bullets; from bombs and shells and flying shrap- We asked this man if he was down 'hearted. He laughed at us: "As old General Grant would have said We'll fight it , out on these lines if it takes a DOZEN summers. Buy Bonds of the Tlllf1 I IWgIV I AAf eky hm been romd poibW "Ti 11 1 rrrnuslr COOm&Uted tOO a uv an vou can pos- in which the .a 11 ,ioe will appear though the payment involves st...

Publication Title: Daily Kentuckian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Kentuckian. — 13 April 1918

At) IS, IMS. esssasasajsssaswsw - it rr i I 7 i- f vol U J7 x Kr-M I 4fT t r7 'V, 1 i Hi chn 2 w. . PJ j DOUGLAS FAIRBANKS V ! Th electric peron.lity of the acreen. Foremost xporif nt o "Pe p" The time of hi life" ia the experierce of the wealthy mollycIi!le ist in the Mce-brUkh. Never reckWa darlne and hnir-risinf tunta Blnre, "I).n maki- the ' X native "ait 1 f ; Adults 13e, Wr Tarn la. Rex Today William Duncan-Carol Holloway -IN- "VENGEANCE Dorit Kenyon in "THE HIDDEN HAND." The aeniational myttery ottbaacreen. Epiaode No. 13 "The Jawi of the Tiger." 2 Act. Billy Wett in "The Band Mmtcr." 2 riotiou reel of rollicking fun. Prince! Monday Ann Pennini'ton in "SUNSHINE NAN." . .. m . o i riccmv ar K)X Monaay nuwn purely Personal, Him France Summer i at home gsia After (pending the winter in California. Jama W. Grove, of Elkton, and a t , j 'aWmty aheriff of Todd County, u M-fli,. . 1S,T-- lira. H. W. WannenweUch, of Cin nrfV , t clAati, ha boen Tianinf Mr. J. w,. 'J)( i V Dixon, at H...

Publication Title: Daily Kentuckian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Kentuckian. — 14 April 1918

IDA1CY WtATHCR. J Sunday fair and warmer. VILLK WANT1 ! YOU." J Dt.blUhed 1879 Vol XL-Daily Vol. 1. No. 31 HOPKINSVILLE, KENTUCKY, SUNDAY, APRIu 14, 1918. Pi ice 3 Cenlf -,! EDITORIAL COMMENT I Call 449 if ee fail U gel Keatacaiaa aremptly. Aad if yea fn) fa) um eamber. n nnniraa if. Hostile airplanes attempted raiilt en both Pari and London rriday nicht. About tha aama time the new lone; range run dropped one hell into Paris. German reinfnrrementa aent to aid the Turki in Taleatine have be run to make their presence felt and a combined attack against Gen. Allen ky'i force seems to be in preparv Won. Senator H. F. Broussard, of Louis iana, who died Friday night, had been a member of Congress 18 years be fore his election to the Senate in 1912. He waa 64 years old and nearly half of his life had been spent in Conereaa. He is survived by his wife, but no children. The real fight for 12.60 wheat ha. opened with a statement by the Pres ident that he will veto any measure providing an In...

Publication Title: Daily Kentuckian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Kentuckian. — 14 April 1918

fabllshed Ery Mornlrif Except Monday by CHAS. M. meachAm Editor, Chas. M. Meacham, H. A. Robinson, An't Editor. it The Vind ication Entered flic at the Second Hnpkinsville Vont ClaM Mail Matter. Established at llopkinsvilte Conser vative in 1866. Sucrenled by Hop kuuville Democrat 1876. Published a the South Krnturkien 187!) to 1889. From 1889 to 1917 aa tri weekly Kenturkian. Fi(ty-Maad Year ef Publication. SUBSCRIPTION RATES) Om year by nail 13.00 One year by carrier i.00 heeler term al same proeertieaate rates, AaVertieiaf Ratee m Aeelieatloe. ait SOUTH MAIN STREET. Oy Saklce DtcCe Balcom I Tin- nliHilfO of tin- Ihiii- aere low ert Mini tin liire iMin1 a P'IktiiI at m"'h ti- nt sIiniiii. In "in- rm, atwie, and h r ti-nm fullifiK a she niwliiiuli alljr nmnlitl the stile hn In aume em hrniitcry she as working at. Myra I-jine hrnt hi-r hel like a -rulnil be Int. inumwl with a win-ful misery for which there seamed to be no eur i lng pIlin. cesse. A mile away, confined In a prlwm cell...

Publication Title: Daily Kentuckian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Kentuckian. — 14 April 1918

April IS. ISIS. HOfKINSVILLi fctNTUClClAN PACK THREE IN TOUCH LUCK. "It Crudleigh ( horn in hu ' yirtM suitf "Tee, poor fellow, he hat no plaai U go." Wi.low. PARADOXICAL RtPftOACHfa. "" "Don't roast hi music" ,' "Why thnul.ln't r .' "IWanse wIh-ii jtoii Mint that, jou loui'b him t! o r iw." I aas aew eseaaaief Ike Raa Shin Parlor eae will eeareeiate veer pa treeafe. BOB DRAKE. THIEF HAS CONjCJtNCr. (Bf leteraatl'-ael f: Allrntown. Ta.. Apr:' U. The solemnity of lat Good Friday to moved a thief's ennscieve that ha returned to J. Peter V m. of this city, a Hollar that hr stole from a child's bank seven year mgo. "I rould keep It no Innirrr," aaid a note that accompanied the money. REAL ESTATE BARCAINS. FOR SALE 300 acrra of Rood red clay land Just 3 4 mile from Hopkinsville on one of the brat pikes in the county. Well improved, well watered, and a nice ahowy place. Can aetl at a bargain and five possession at onre. RADFORD A JOHNSON. I GLOVES -KgSIS to Keep Your ' jS LHands Whlte U R...

Publication Title: Daily Kentuckian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Kentuckian. — 14 April 1918

J pack roim Aafl IS. Ill DAILY UNTUCKIAN a' S THE AUTHOR S y MILDRED WHITE. n hv rttkl. Itli. mtm H.eT Vmtmm t Vbr Janlc stepped from th tnlo. Star looked ahont la dismay. Evident t the atatloa agent bad bat waited far lb 1 to arrive, before closing Ha me and departing. On solitary a! ahooe from th window of Uia de serted walllof room, and no Tillage taw ar aato, waa la sight Wbea last ska bad visited Ibis ple na country, it bad mm wianwr aad tb coming of tb evening a signal for the oatpoanng or aae and various gay carta, to meet eewleg guest. Janice bad not atop ) la her eud.lea resolution, to con sider tba dlnrene between rammf aa4 sero weather In th country. It aa cbsrscteristlc. that aa aoon aa ber aaapoaa waa formed, aha had followed aat. Tha managing editor bad been rat to auggeat It Why don't yoo," be bad aald, "seek at som aoted author and aak a trial at Illustrating hla work? Too are too amd for a syndlrste." . And aitlow with enthnulssra. Jsnlr ted picked oat the autbor-vl...

Publication Title: Daily Kentuckian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Kentuckian. — 14 April 1918

OA!LT K'NTVCKIAW , rAccrtvc j tot before: 1 HIE 66 OVER TME 99 April IS. . i4 an illustration of the lofty sentiment possessed by men who die on 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. C. Tapper, of the Canadian Scottish Sixteenth Battalion, to his father, Sir, Charles Hibbert Tupper, before his death at the battle of, Vimy Ridge last April. The soldier wrote: My Dear FatherI am writing one of there :t'V;i "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 most glorious day of his life. I am taking my com pany "over the top" for a mile in the biggest push that has ever been launched in the world, and I trust that it is going to be the ...

Publication Title: Daily Kentuckian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Kentuckian. — 14 April 1918

7 UAILY XENTUCKIA. PACE SIX kpr IS, ISIS. AN AMERICAN SUPPLY BASE "SOMEWHERE IN IN FRANCE" 10 SUB i. i..V I -J irTT - - ifill) irfll l - - BE AMUSED An Amnios a tiiiplf ! k railroad dpot "somewhere In Krance ." Her the supplies for njr owrwu artuj rvrHvrt from IB m porta and transport 1 by motor truck to the camp sad front. CALL 449 WHEN YOU HAVE NEWS FROM FRANCE. Uada a mmw rtlla af tka War Dapertaieat, thar will a loaisr ka isaisad rtsa VYa iafta lists f tka 44 aad weaadad aatoaf ar bar Fraaca. Tka Dapartsatat will, kewevsr, teatiaaa ! tale raaw relatives af tba fata af tbair kiadrad. Wbaa you (at aacb a asas Ui fro a tba War Oaaart aat. plaast lalaaboaa 449 aad ask far tba aditer. Tba Kaa tacbiaa will aadarUba ta ln fcrm tka eemaiurity af tba aad aaws. CNR NEW NAVEL BASE. The Atom island whtra wa art have naval baa, ara 740 mile from Lisbon and it waa thert Col nmbu mailt a stop, to rtpair ont of Ma fhip on hi first vaoyaga of dia rovcry. The islanda art located on a di rtct ilne...

Publication Title: Daily Kentuckian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Kentuckian. — 14 April 1918

' 36.' 11 4-.';S?iJ : v t Off "r WaraSd WWtf : ' 14 We Most Win , ' TteirigMIfend r in a recent address in Lncago, a prominent .American business man said: "Our war vessels have been destroyed, our soldiers and sailors killed and captured, and our cas ualty lists are being published, yet in the face of this we go on from day to day, living in to', atmosphere of smug peace, making the war effort that comes to us, that is forced upon us, ever) 3 if we refused to realize that this is our war and we alone must win it." , i 1 Fbtrurttom The advertising for th Thitd liberty Lean in this city Wm been mk poaibla (broach the patriotinn oi th Soifcwiaff final. wit kr (eneroony cootriboted tbc pace in which toe fee wfll appears Now is the time, before some fear ful disaster overtakes us, to shake off this dangerous lethargy, to rouse ourselves from this false dream of peace and safety, to awake to a full realization of the gigantic task we have undertaken, and the dread menace under which we r...

Publication Title: Daily Kentuckian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Kentuckian. — 14 April 1918

ANN PEH . mttsxil Jtw Fsrooui is "Antic of Ann," "Tbt Rainbow Princees" tod other phy, -N- "Sunshine Nan" dapted from the tory -C.lv.ry Alley" by Alice Hegan Rice, author of "Jlr.WiBBioftheCbbacjrtcli.,,Uvey Mary" etc A dehCnt ful little drama with a vein of comedy fine aa sold. An extr pedal. AdulU-LIc War Tan 2c Children-! War Tax 1c. Princess Tuesday ETHEL CLAYTON tn one ot the most entrancing; photodramai of her bnllunt c;ir.-.-r. "EASY MONEY'' Gladys E. Johnson, society romance of wealth and luury. Also Mring Lions and Wedding Bells." One of the new 2 art Fo com- ediee. . RINCE5S WEDNESDAY Emily Stevens in "The Sleeping Me... W r7.' . Tuimniv mn FRIDAY Marv Pickford in "Am- rainitsi i ninjwn - srilly ot Clotbo Umm Alley." Rex Today DICK ROSSON With Pauline Curley. Frank Currier. Mac Alexander and Eddie Sturgis, in 'CSS1DY" : nUst etit Im niroranehfw ! Mr- vice, abaolute maxim off, until far ther erdera, In order to get men to man our thine In use and building. Our Navy ia c a "...

Publication Title: Daily Kentuckian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Kentuckian. — 16 April 1918

-IDAILY . KENTUCKIAN $ WEATHER. Shower and coldtr Wast Kentucky. 'CREATE HOPKINS. VILLI WANTS YOU." Established 1879 Vol XL-Daily Vol. 1. No. 32 HOPKINSVILLE, KENTUCKY, TUESDAY, APRIL 16, 1918. Price 3 Cent, 1 I EDITORIAL GOHHENT 5 Call 44 1 if yea fail to get the Keateekiaa prenptly. Aad if yea have a aewe ilaai, phase il Ik mm aamker. The April shower that fell last night on badly needed. ooo Ont woman wai killed by the bom bardment of Parii tum:ay by a Ion range gun. not Gen. Foch's title in now "Commander-in-chief of the Allied Armiea in France." ooo A Davieaa county ben laid an en that bad on it the letter "V" and an f esgle emblem. I ooo The Drat ma in the country' alphabetical hut of soldiers b C. A. Aab. who ia followed by F. O. Aabel. Both are now in France. The news cornea from SwiUerlaad that there are strong indication that German ia preparing for a dun to sea with her Navy. To the draft of 3.396 men from Kentucky ha been added 0,000 more, making 10,000 to be furnished b...

Publication Title: Daily Kentuckian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Kentuckian. — 16 April 1918

TACM TWO Daily Kenluckian fabUahed Every Momlnf Erept Monday by CHAS. M. MEACHAM Editor. Chae. M. Meacham. H. A. Robinon, Aea't Editor. bteml at the Hopkinsville Poat aOce M Second Class Mail Matter. established aa Hopkinsville Conser- - i i baa Surreeded by Hop- rvmocrat 1H76. Published m the South Kentuckian 187V to 1180. From 1889 to 1917 aa tri weekly Kenluckian. Fifty-wead Year ( PaUicatiM. SUBSCRIPTION RATES i yews y aaail M-JO yttl by earriee -00 seaae at aaoM rr" rata. AdWtiaiM alaa eel AaalUatU. SIS SOUTH MAIN STREET. D011B1 DISAPftARS NO ONE IN HOPKINSVILLE WHO HAS A BAD BACK SHOULD IGNORE THIS DOUBLE PROOF. WATCH THE DATE After your Baune. renew promptly, and not mine m number. The Postal reflation! tequire subscriptions to be paid in advance. r- f j period ot f KThii paper has enlisted i ...hthe Mvemment in the of merica. for the the war OUR SERVICE FLAG mm i i- a i inrrri- ri, - vi.,' .w r.t Tht first American prisoner to es cape from Germany hai reached Basle, Switzerl...

Publication Title: Daily Kentuckian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Kentuckian. — 16 April 1918

7 .L As It, Iftit HOPIClNSVIlxk KENTUCKIAN FACE TUUtt if High Class Vh fV ( STATIONERY T-7w) to Create a Ovf ikJLm mpresstoril The Very Latest Styles It's an old. old eaytntf that the pooplo you wrtt to often judgo you by your stationary. And there is a great deal of truth tn the fact that stationery can be so chosan as to reflect the best of Judgment and taste. .Stationery suitable for one occasion may b entirely out of piece for another. Then, too, the styles tn stationery change the same aa styles tn clothing. To be sure that yoor stationery is right for all purposes, always buy tt here. DRUGGIST Our Aim IS TO GIVEHE 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 Ovensboro who do. HARDWICK ' o HOPKINSVILLE OVVENSBORO Help Your Country Win BUY A Liberty Sold OUR SERVICE FREE Bank of Hopkinsville Burpee's Seeds Grow ti. See...

Publication Title: Daily Kentuckian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Kentuckian. — 16 April 1918

MADISONILLE GETS FACTORY WILL GIVE EMPLOYMENT FOR ANTIAIRCRAFT GUNS PROTECT ADRIATIC COAST FROM HOSTILE FLYERS 300 GIRLS AND WOMEN BE' TWEEN ACES OF 16 AND 3S. llaltmi antlalivraft gun tiMiuntnl on railway mrrliuva nn.l nuuinot by Italian sailors patrol the Adriatic and nlrrt the oi Itlt-a from attack by Austrian and Ui-rmau avtatur. WUI Priat Yowr New It.as. Brio it to Toe Office ar TELEPHONE 449 W. Priat News ofi lllaeaoM, Birth. Deaths, Visits, ! Social Affairs. Cewrt rr..o I lata, Marriaaaa. Wmb, A.ci- aleota, Pablia lwprev.aa.ats, I Paalia Edacatioaw Chunk Notes, Faraa Probleess, I ports a ad Cases, Quostioas of Publia Pol' icy. Etc. Etc. READ THE NEW MORNING DAILY a THE DAILY KENTUCKIAN '(S IV IX N IV III Sooth Mai. Stmt I P Is P f4 r" fOUOWINC THE rUGL Strut Trie Waller and Senrt. Rob ert Waller arrived from Camp Tay lor yesterday afternoon on brief visit to their parent. Mr. and Mra. F. L. Waller. Sam J. Lander, of the Medical De partment of the 34th V. S. Infantry, Fort Bli...

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