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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Kentuckian. — 16 April 1918

r' i DAILY KENTUCICAN pack rivi : Hold? liieRi$htHand Patriotism The advertising for th rhird liberty Loan in thu My h been made possible Ji roof h the patriotism of the nUowios finna, who hare tenerouaV contributed the pace in which the advertia ag will appear: TVTOTHING else matters now. We are face to face with the burning, vital question, will the line hold ? Civilization hangs upon the answer. The very life of They are fAere now our boys the sons we fathered, the brothers we loved, the lads we worked with and played with. In that hide ous, raging hell of steel and flame and poison gas, they stand the barrier between us and the destruction of all that is worth the having. Will the line hold? YES-If you do gour part YES! You form the second line, you men and women and children of America. Without your support, the first line falls. You must supply the money for those supplies and munitions the lack of which will send our men to disaster and death, our flag to shameful defeat Buy ...

Publication Title: Daily Kentuckian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Kentuckian. — 16 April 1918

9 A CM - j PACE SIX UAILY SENTUCKIA- - AaWI U. ISIS "- , rni. rn aaa I 1 i- V'; i i f X I t.rrisi. mi. v.r Stwmpmr t f There" other aaflafsetnry r fewl f II." pipml the old Hniti'hmiin, lorierk-k MsrTavlib on his Uestliheil, f"ad I rely on yoo to see In It lb I ptj srtahee respeeted." . "Tea nm that navlnc left half ymir Vrtaa to Robert Brlnaley ! " BMtfh Allen, tn whole to r to Jaroea mirllnf anleaa th two parties of in rat part keep th property nnilivweg r asarrlea-, roar ' ,h,t ,h'T kail romply with I ha terma of your rill, a ad Inherit the eetate" I ""That la my desire." anld tha Sentrh- Ba, "bat put In a codicil that If job mrefti la Induing tha eonpl to a- tpt the provision and Inherit aa maa ad if jog ara to rort re twenty tkoaaand dollar from tha eatate," . 1 leaf ao time In Inaertlnf thla h Lseat aod la letting the will elaned ted wltaeaaed. MacTavlsh died wlthio ity-four hour after It wa eie- kvjted. It wontd require a hundred rSr of typewritten matter to eipluln why the k...

Publication Title: Daily Kentuckian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Kentuckian. — 16 April 1918

7 W m Li x x i propose 10 ngnz u out on this line if it takes all summer91 General Grant '"V- HAT was the American way then; it is the Ameri can way now. We have entered this great war with a clearly defined purpose, and have made that purpose known to all the world. We "will fight it out on this line" if it takes a dozen summers. Ncf discouragements, no disasters, shall deter us; no halfway peace Vxr compromises with our enemy can tempt . us from the course we have laid out. Our Army and Navy are prepared to "fight it out on this line" until victory is won, and we must be prepared to back them up with every dollar necessary to make victory possible. Third Buy all you can possibly pay for, even though the payment involves stem iclf-deniaL Remember you are not asked to give your money; you are sked to lend it, at good interest, to the wealthiest, strongest, most honora nation on the globe. can't pay cash for your bonds, you can borrow a part of the money 77 bank, using the bonds as s...

Publication Title: Daily Kentuckian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Kentuckian. — 16 April 1918

. A- 14 Princess Today Rex Today i Carlyle Black we 11 and Evelyn Greeley ErtlLY STEVENS ANN PENNINGTON 1 In "His Royal Happiness The inappy glory of handsome young American who arts thine to risht In topry turvey European kingdom. An adventure story Ihjit'i trrwt. ' ' " . ALSO-"Roaring Llona and Wedding Bella." One of (he new Fox Comedies in 2 Mirthful Acts. . v Far-famed erootionaf ttrea iurpaeaintf n bar former Iriumpra. In "A SLEEPING MEMORY" An extraordinary picturmtinn f E, Fbillipa 0,prnhclm'i eret novel. The mosl MtonlRjun rnn'riUi.tioD totUo dranm.of the screen TRINCESS THURSDAY AND FRIDAY Vary Pickferd la "Am rillr of Clothes Line AHer.1: 1. l cf srrecn in her Intoat skid great- est uteres. t ' , .1 Famous in "The Rainbow Princee," "The Antic, of 1 1 other play. IN . ' ' . "SUNSHINE ANN'.' Hr MiJt! H.-wn Rii au'-or of "Mm. Vimt of the Cahbiipe Patch ALSO "The Screen Teleorain.."- S-mWliirlTne. AH the t All Ih. ljlet Afh.inniiir aiul rtfretl my atory with a vein of coined 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. — 17 April 1918

2sesesasseeeeeee WEATHER. Wednesday, fair and cooler. - KIAN" " A . A A A A a. . . A A . '.' . VT3 GREATER HOrK.lNS- , VILLE WANTS YOU." e JIOPKINSVIU-E, KENTUOOfT WEDNESDAY, APRIL J7. 1918. i:uUishfd 1879 Vol. XL-Daily Vol. 1. No. 33 Price 3 Cents ' C-2 DMLY UG V TO A mm "it Call 44S if yen' fail te ft lb Kewtechiaa wrossplly. An J II yea have a aewe Mom, pbeae 11 lo the aeae a amber. ' Secretary Baker returned yesler day from hia visit to the various war front. Premier Clemenreau, of Tare, haa Inspected the battle front and re turned to Taria with a favorable re port , nop I; Christian County' quota of the 'S3S rail la 4 men. Her quota of Ilia 1198 call will probably be lees than half as many. '. -, aoo i . Count' Cternin, the Austrian premier, haa resigned, which la re garded aa a victory for the miliUry Jfacion. Caernln haa boon almost outspoken in hi desire for peace. teV)rmana- hava now been fight ing: 'for more than three) weeks and yrkiM soae ground ha been yielded. , 4 be l...

Publication Title: Daily Kentuckian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Kentuckian. — 17 April 1918

r Avt iotO J)aily Kentuckian fabUahed Every Morning Exc.pt Monday by CHAS. M. MEACtlAM Editor. Chaa. M. Meaeham, H. A. Robinson, Ase't Rditor. EeiUrod at th Hopkinsville Toat affle aa Second Claaa Mail Mattar. Catabliahad aa IIopkinevHIe Conwr wativ la 1886. Succeeded by Hop Idnevill Democrat 1876. ruhlished M the South Kantuckian 1879 to 1189. Prom 1889 to 1917 aa tri--raekly Keatuckian. Fifty aecaoJ Yaar of rablieallow. SUBSCRIPTION RATESi Om yaar by II Oh yaar by earraee S.00 taever rm at ee-e -.rawortioaate rata. AaWHeiag Ratae a Avalicattaa 111 SOUTH MAIN STREET. WATCH THE DATE Aftar your Kama, renew promptly, and not mlsa number. Tha Postal regulations aoquira -ubecriptione to b paid in advance. rapcrhai enlisted .th the government in the Mree of America for the period of the war l-.Thu V OUR SERVICE FLAG a I t rvJ3 : I? . JIVE AT ONE TIME tatrv Kltchtn Haa Right ta lfMncy Whan It Cemee ta Carrying Children. .-..: T - Claud KHchin of'-Aarth Caro- 1 Jalm lituV floor leader ofjr...

Publication Title: Daily Kentuckian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Kentuckian. — 17 April 1918

PACE THREE BACK TO THE FIRING FRONT BUCK JOHN DAILY KENTUCKIAJt &9 I I Dental il aad i W-iA Vi ' i : cilthful .WW ,,. 1T'I Tooth Brushes Encourage1 Habits Don't NeglpctTour Teeth alDayfl .Every person young mcC old srouli a Or outre the habit of brushing US teeth daily. Parents An do thetr children a Itfqttrne favor by encouraging the fptper ue of the tooth brush until It becomes a regularbabtL The best and easiest way to acqulre'this heJbtt for both parent and child I to use a tatty dentifrice, We can furnish you with any of the best ffi aemai croams, powaers or liquids, uso tooth brujnes tn all styles andlprlces. . .. 8 o. UNomwooa hi J. O. COOK DRUGGIST m ..................................M.M. Our Aim IS TO GIVE THE BEST SERVICE TO BE HAD e In the Jewelry and Optical business. We do all our optical work and all our jewelry and watch rep airing right here in our own shops fcnd we . are tHe ONLY people in Hopkins ville or Owensboro who do. HARD WICK HOPKINSVILI.E OWENSBORO fuit...

Publication Title: Daily Kentuckian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Kentuckian. — 17 April 1918

nrri a Princess Tomorrow and Friday r ' MARY PICKFORD ' . Idol of the screen. In her Meat and 'created photoplay success. . "Amarilly of Clothes Line Alley" Greater than "Rebecca of Sunnybrook Fariu.'1 Greater th.iu "ste.lla , Maris." The most charming of "Little Mury's" many suct-ossce. PRINCESS SATURDAY Clara Kimball Younir with l.ir own com pany. In a magnificent picturization of the famous phy "MA(iIA. " . J Rex Today marie: walcamp : In "THE RED ACE" Universe's greatest srrlal. Fpisnde 15 "Hell's Riders." ins Acts. Princess Today EMILY STEVENS Celebrated emotional actress, surpassing all her former triumph, in "A SLEEPING MEMORY." An adaptation of E. Philips Oppenheim's widely read, popular novel. An asbmishinp; contribution to the acreen drama of a production de- " lux in 7 superb acta. An entrancing and picturesque film revela tion. Adults 13. War Ta 1c. Chlldrea te. War Ta I. br pattern NO a HOME ' PATTFRM teems over I 1 tf 2 Thrill- 15V "Koariiu: I.ions ami Wedding llella"....

Publication Title: Daily Kentuckian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Kentuckian. — 18 April 1918

))) J DAILY KENT- WEATHEH. J Thursday, probably show- r ami somewhat tooler. ''GREATER'' IIOPKIrlvJ , VltLfi. WANTS irou." latluhecl ; 1879 Vol. XL-D.ilj Vol. 1. No. 34 , HOPKINSVIU.E, KENTUCKY, THURSDAY, APRIL 18, 1918. Trice 3 Ont: TT TNTT IT A . TV "T . ? TaT m mu ki v. I'l'iii.'j sit J i X . f 1 I , t . . . . 4 .' Csfl if yea fail -4t f .1 ihi Keatvckiaa aVs-mptly. Anil if yo WaV new, ilea, pboa It to tin Vaaia.br. j Wh w mod ji tbw West front Jtow in iomjiinnirivef U. 8 Granl ffed StohCMsll Jacks", '11. f - f oo- Count Cffrni r.aignniun a ouni i errnip a r-"'gnnftiun ai nlrr of Aastrnt, waa upted, ha rn ii tti frutifwl) com I brigade!" V r astyt Ma tenate Forei Affair Cum ol Mr ilW the t hairttian) wm lour to b a uiaDt. Now J hat Semtj Star ilrail, hia aurceeanr ahonld not'J enswle by pushing 'varyluHy p a notch, but resl patriot, rli ble. and , ltl under II conditions, shouj j lf 0 "Mlfjj J Politic of byth a state nt nation al rftra (or bein warm up in theUbuUitan. canifM rjrJ...

Publication Title: Daily Kentuckian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Kentuckian. — 18 April 1918

April 1. 1918 PAGE TWO DAILY KENTUtMAr, I a. is , Patty Kentuckian PMtoh4 Every Mornlnf Except Monday by CHAS. M. MEACHAM Editor, Chae. M. Meecham, H. A. Roblneon, Aae't K-litor. Entered at tha Hopkinaville roat ffico H Beeond Claaa Mail Matter. CaUbtlahtd aa Hopkinsville Conser vative In 18M. 8uereeded by Hop klnrrllla Democrat 1ST. Published a Vie 'South Kentuckian 1879 to 1IS9. ' From !" te 117 aa trt- reekly Kentuckian. . Fifty Taar PaULatltm. . SUBSCRIPTION RATES i Om r " On rMi by aarrW BOO .barter NrM at saase asrtlwele rata. AaWtUias Ralaa AawlicatUw SIS SOUTH MAIN STREET. WATCH THE DATE After your tame, renew promptly, and not miaa -e Bomber. Tha Poetal regulations eequlre tubacriptiona to be paid in advance. f Thu paper hat enlisted With the government in the - r m al cause of TVmenca tor the period of the war OUR SmiVICE FLAG fi pi ' AVeretary Baker ia back. 4 ' ixfrain of 23 eara ia daily Ukinn German wounded to tha rear. ooo V Canada act ner c. c t oy ours day. -ooo- Se...

Publication Title: Daily Kentuckian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Kentuckian. — 18 April 1918

April H. 1918 Cleor Conaelenee. ftnr. old fellnw.'doo't carry the Jnka I'm fur. hVnd the umbrella to Rnnm 11. Fraternity rtelldlna. If the owner l not In Jnat eat It op healde the door. r If yne hare that ml feeling Irhd era In need of a tonic, and not alle to climb the atalrway, too ran Jiift llt-l tha shower stick lo at the lower I old place yon like, mrrjrln a clear f eonorlenre at on baring dotia a ood . " , and worthy deed. Try It once. Win- t thMl S.nn l Children Cry FOCTGaVCR'S CA9TO R I A StIGAR! Conserve Sugar! . THE GOVERNMENT URGENTLY REQUKSIS IT. CONSUMER, Let's join hands and USE AS LITTLE SUGAR AS POSSI BLE, and we will ciake the price, 'Limiting Purchases to 3 lbs., for CITY TRADE, and iHrs. for COUNTRY TRADE, delivering lo be made wilh purchaM of other groceries. 3 pounds Granulated Suirir, 2k: 3 " Urown " 2Tc i i i cu: i leip pur jo.u.ers tuiu iiica WIN THE WAR. They need sugar far more than we do, and each time you use sugar THINK OF OUR SOLDIER BOYS. W. T. COOPER ...

Publication Title: Daily Kentuckian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Kentuckian. — 18 April 1918

DAftY kENTUCKIAN ' April 1R, 1918 WAyRgriizsyf Princess Today and Tomorrow , MARY PICKFORD America's klol of the screen. In her latest triumphant success. "Amarilly of Clothes Line Alley" By Bcllo K. Maniatca. . Qreater than "Rebecca of Sunnybrook Fsrm." Greater than "Stella Marts." The moat amusing and highly entertaining screen play in which "Little Mary" ha erer appeared. Adult 13c, War Taa t. Childraa War Taa le. Princess Saturday, ... . Clara Kimball Young Tbs screen star supreme. Vrth her own comrwny. t Rex Today . ". MARGERY WILSON In "WITHOUT HONOR" A gripping atory of love and Minfice lr C Oaidner Sullivan. W ith wonderful scenic Uaulies of Santa Monica, Cel. brilliant sup liort.nu cast. A1.SO " Counterfeit Scent. " A vrnlalilu cyclone of laughable farce Hex Ti'iiiirrow-June Elv .lne and Arthur Ashley In "Shall Wa Forgive Her." Alao Trmurow-Klriff lru"t and Marnurnte Snow in "The Fade's Kve." .' i Jir patterns i: i : i NO HOME PATTERN MIACDA" costs ovm IN 15. Adapted from t...

Publication Title: Daily Kentuckian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Kentuckian. — 19 April 1918

DAILY KENT WEATHER. C' J ,', SEATLR " HOPKINS. VILI.E WANTS YOU." Friday, unNttM and Jprobsbjy showers, ' Ftblithed 1879 Vol. XL-Daily Vol. 1. No. 35 HOPKINSVIL! E, KENTUCKY, FRIDAY, APRIL 19, lUlS. Price 3 Cents Y CmU 449 if you fad to .t the KeatRkiaw promptly. A if yoa ' have a news item, anon it la the ', seats saber. W S3 ' Charlie) Oiaplm . """"-v? '"'Gmn to-dny. In ' Howling ti OS).)))).) , . - UGKIAN r '.V I r t A fourth officers' t training school will be opened at Camp Taylor Hay 15. The third arbool close to-day. i A loyal Hopkinsville girl la so pa 1 V trloti that aha thrrstened to give i-' back her sweetheart's ring bees use 'J bo called her Hunny. j i y , ii. oio "- -- The Mat department wa adviaad Tueaday that Thomaa Hitchcock, Jr., of Raw York, an American aviator who ha been missing for om tima, la prisoner at Saarbrueken, In Gr- many. 'f - . ooo -- - 1 Four hundred convict in tha state penitentiary ef New Mexico, with feather taken from pillow and tar obtained in s...

Publication Title: Daily Kentuckian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Kentuckian. — 19 April 1918

r W M1 tt-w I1M TACK TWO Xdy Kentuckian rMIahed Every Mornlnf Eseapt 4 Monday by CHAS. M. MEAC11AM Editor, Chaa. M. Mraeham. H. A. Rohineon, Ass't Editor. altered at tha Hopklowilla Toat Aea aa See.nd CUaa Mil MalUr. established aa H"Pinemo Conaer- i i. tat KiMvMiIaa ny Hop- Li-.. Mm TUmoent li7. Published M tha 8outh Kefrtaraian J879 to .1189. rrotn 1887 r 1917 as trl VMkly Kantnchlaii. Plfty-Mmd Yeaf of ri.ai.a. SUBSCRIPTION RATlSi Oao yea by aaall On T by earrW ' mM torase at aaaia swtae. Adveetislaf Rates M AppHesrtea til SOUTH MAIN STREET. WATCH TIIE DATE After jour'pm an end t- their kullur tosh; ante, renew promptly, and not unss I t, nf h Vm thi t lriirnnd must bleed, a BOiaber. Tha i'ostal regulation Tune 'cm, shn-no Vm, toantre eobaeriptiona to dvaaca. r i 1-j 9 l mi paper iui cnuncu -A the government in the ; pvc of TVmcnca tor u.c lnoa OI Mic war OUR SERVICE FLAG ALLIES HOLDING FIRM. Tha turn of the tide- in tha great battla In Handera and Pieardy now a hand, ia the beli...

Publication Title: Daily Kentuckian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Kentuckian. — 19 April 1918

April 19, 191 DAILY KEriTVCKIAN PACK THREE WORTH rte WHILE fthlillSU WeCanMakcYourSIiavingEasier Shaving tn tho modern way with modern utensils Is a reeJ pleasure rather then nuisance. However, even some of the latest sh&vmtf J devices ere not a big Improvement over the, I L old. But we are tn position to Know which the most worthy, as we have had an opportu nity to Investigate them all We tender you a most hearty invitation to inspect cur worthy assortment of razors trops hones blades brushes swaps tn all 1- 1 S 1 , . JJ. . K I DRUGGIST J - -- . - . . - i a x r-- 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 arc the ONLY people in Hopkins ville or Owensboro who do. HARDWICK OWENSBORO if' C! HOPK NSVILLE fc Help Your Country Win BUY A Liberty Bo OUR SERVICE FREE Bank of Hopkinsville f fJA Burpee's Seeds Grow JMItMA j I 'l Smk at lum On UbW mp...

Publication Title: Daily Kentuckian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Kentuckian. — 19 April 1918

tack rou DAILT KENTUCKIAN April 19. 1918 ': n U X f '." A fRWCESS TODAY. The great popularity of Mary Pick 'ford waa attceted recently., when aha 'waeTvrot'klng n "Amarilly of CHothes a Un AlWy,".- th Arte raft plctura which U now being ahown at tha Frinccaa theatre. Soma of theae scene are laid fn San Franeiaro, and when "Our Mary" appeared In ttat tlty eh was unable to proceed with tha -work,' owing to tha enthusiastic crowd that fathered In the atreeta to F-'aratfh W. ; Aftef eevaral unaurres. tul attempt the company returned to Lo Angele, and upon aMuranra . of tha 8n Franciaco authorities that epeelal fcrrangnaient would be mnde to protect her from her admire rt a second trip waa made, and tha atreeta surrounding tha locations in which the fiekford player were working win roped off and guarded by tha police.- v- REX TO-DAY. A story that (trip aUention at the very frit flnah on the acreen and which holds it riveted throughout the prora of the plctura, in the mam .nature. e "Sbal...

Publication Title: Daily Kentuckian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Kentuckian. — 20 April 1918

DAILY KENTUCKIAN . I WEATHER. 'Faturday probably thow-J cn and coulrr. 'CRCATER HOPKINS. J VILLE WANTS TOU." 2 Ei.b!ishJ 1879 Vol. XL-Daily Vol. 1. No. 36 HOPKINSVILLE, KENTUCKY, SATURDAY, APRIL 2), 1918. Price 3 CVnt n u3 INIOSK COKntNf Call 449 if yen fail la fat Ike Keeluckiaa areaiatly. Aad if yea Imt, a aewe Ham, pboae it la ha a a at number. o) SI J3 0) n W have to admit that sleepy old Bowling Green put on ovrr on ui in getting Charlie C'hnplin. ooo An offlrial dispatch aaya for every Iliad airplane loot, three German plants have been brought down, ooo Former Attorney General M. M. Logan, head of the Revenue Commit ion of the State, (pent but night at Cerulean 8prings. ' ooo Private Thomaa F. Atrhiaon, head quarter eompany of the Thirty-eev-nth United States infantry, was kill ed Tuesday by a sniper's bullet from the Meiiran side of the river while on patrol duty near Laredo, Texas, ooo You ran't keep Kentucky from be ing to the front While Ollie James ia laid up in Baltimore...

Publication Title: Daily Kentuckian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Kentuckian. — 20 April 1918

DAILY KENTUCKIAN April 20, I91A fACE TWO ailt Kentuckian Published Every Mornlnf Extept Monday by CHA3. M. M EACH AM Editor. Chae. M. Meeckam. B. A. Robinson, Ass'l Editor. EH tared at the Hopkinsville Toat. 3c aa Second CUaa Mail Matter. Established at Hopkinsville Conser Tative In 1896. Succeeded by Hop-Bina-vflle Democrat 187. Published M tha Roath Kentuekmn 1879 to 1889. rrom 1889 to 1917 aa trt vaekly Kentutkian. m ly a at J Yaar ef f abliealloi.. SUBSCRIPTION RATESi On yr by aaU $3 00 Oaa yaar by earriar 00 Issrter UrM at aaata aeoawtlowale rata A4veHhtaf Rataa aw Aaaliaatiaa SIS SOUTH MAIN STREET. WATCH THE DATE After your him, renew promptly, and not miia number. Tha foetal regulations require subscriptions to be paid in advance. This piper hat enlisted frith the government in the cause of America for the period of the war OUR SERVICE FLA(i They are atill putting "Hinder" in Hindenburg, aa Harry Sommrrs would aay. ooo fcrn Burian ha-t succeedctC-T. nin aa Premier cf Au stria...

Publication Title: Daily Kentuckian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Kentuckian. — 20 April 1918

April 2a IOH The thawm. A rtinwm wind Instrument of th. ch clnwt bill with wider bHL Tl Is very old type of mnolral Instre mpfit. m II li spoken of hf the Ptm lr. The nomnnn used II fiwly. Thre ire trrtil. shawms and Imu hnwmi, en. ih. namo gr1niiltr gave way r 'ii the RKrnmh ci'ntnrjr to "mo I or 'bowbojr." eventa-lly evolv- Dollars lalkj fail 1 Uont I your dollars spent for Staple Grocer j'ies do their full j dutv- We want your business and 4 will feed vou better for less money. See big list of dollar spe cials we offer for today, April 20th. If you can't come yourself 79 or 118. C. R. Clark & Co. Incorporate! BIG MAIN ST. GROCERY Among the many monuments to General Sherman, the one situa ted in Calvary Cemetery, SL Louis, if a moat unique, compelling do sign. The very character f it architecture seems to emphasise the fititliful and lmnoraMu spirit of Ihia oki warriiir. tfherrnart . .Monument , OUlS m . LTri McCLAlD & ARMSTRONG 609 N. Main St., Hopkinavilta, Ky. Telephone...

Publication Title: Daily Kentuckian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Kentuckian. — 20 April 1918

PACK FOUR DAILY KENTUCKIAN April 20, I91ft S Princess Today Clara Kimball Young j The screen star supreme. Famous in "The Cnmmnn Uw," "Th Price She I'sid" 'The Easiest Way" end olhcr play. With Her Own Company. - IN MIAGBA" A pk rurimlion of the famous play. A classic of the Mage Immor talized in films. A brilliant cinema attraction in which the celebrated tar nirpjuura all former triumpha. Adults IS. War Ta X. Children 9c. War Tarn la. Jbr pattern! I rNOA m illicit. fPATTERN.1 Icosts oytpJ MM.. Rex Today THE LADIES HOME JOURNAL STYUSH puuxcrmnNC EASY TO USE" Hm Patter lit 1 Two-Gore 4 .'sthered Skht Designed eeoeelslly ?-r tle mw border i malarial. Price, II cents. All iuNfJ UMUKCH 1UMOKKOW The Several Churches Whose Announce men's Appear Be-low1 Invite You To Attend Their Services. Strang ers Are Welcome. First Baptist Ckurck. M. Thompson, D. D.. Pastor. C. 0:30 a 1 1 :00 i 6:30 p 7:30 p. 7:30 p m. Sunday School . m. Morning Worship. m.B. Y. r. U. m. Evening Worship. m. Wednesday ...

Publication Title: Daily Kentuckian
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