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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Kentuckian. — 21 April 1918

S WEATHER. 2 Sunday, ( Established 1879 VoL XL-Daily Vol. 1. No. 37 Qereiaii Offensive i 11 HU iuhL Call 44 if you fail I ft the Keatackiaa epromp.ly. Aad if yea kav a aaws itesa, pbeae it la Ida sasse number. Mr. C. C. Wright has from Murfreesboro, Tenn. returned Senator Trammel, of Florida, has introduced bill providing "Jim Crow" street fan in Wsshington. Mr. Thomaa Jetton, of Memphis, la visiting bar parenta.Mr. and Mrs. C. 0. Wright Dr. Lan G. Broughton. tha ami nant Baptiat preacher of Atlanta, baa accepted a iall to tha Immanual Baptiat church in Nashvilla. Charlie Chaplin didn't go to Bowl ing Crean after all Friday. Hi com pany went but Charlie waa "indispos ed" and remained in tha prohibition tow of Naahville. " j ooo Preaident Wilaon'a left band waa aevervly burned Friday afternoon iou aectiona of the United States will German prisoaors. The Csrrnaa cs when h grasped the exhaust pipe, 'be prevent and give expert advice and ultia are heavier tha a tka Aaiaricaa while ridin...

Publication Title: Daily Kentuckian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Kentuckian. — 21 April 1918

I FOUR r PAGaT. TWO DAILY KENTUCKIAN April SI. Itli. Daily Kentuckian fubli'hed Every Mnrninf Ecept Mnmlay by CIIAS. M. MEACHAJI IMitor. Ciw. 1 A. Rnhl'KO 00 MORE WALKING IN WINTER i DISEASES THAT CAUSE OEATH THE MARKET BASKET. Cold Weather the Bert Tim fee Cor ClM That It Bcntflelal ta th Indoor Worhtr. Statistics Show torn Common All. intnti Decreasing. Whila Oth.re Appear to Gaining Fait Offire M. Meachani, m. Asa't IMitnr. Hcrk:nville ros'.- i Cl.iM Mail Mutter i Winter weather diminishes pvn'lv the time spirit in the open air I'V those who riili1 in aiitctnililr-i. It comes near puttm? Imyclcs mi! f ti From ntciitiitx'at.' t iih- . Eatablnhe.l a ll.pkinvill. lon.er- ''" r'' '- !,l "st , li,irv "ti.'i of eativ in 1804. Succeeded by Hop. 'water oiitin;;. kinsville Democrat 1876. Published All of which meant thnt in. ire M th South Kentuckian 187l to v i g jDHt,,a,j f cgt 0tiht to I a an tuun a. mil . - " " .vsi mm i- , ... i, ak. Tl...M ... ' It'UL ill rum i aiiii'i. a uriu in it...

Publication Title: Daily Kentuckian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Kentuckian. — 21 April 1918

April II, Itl. 1. "M : ; u mmm jfa j . , HOfKINVlUJLK.r I cma." r Yniir r dnllars haVB a longer range than any German gun The Kaiser has a gun with a range of about seventy-five miles. It is used for murdering women and children in Paris. Your dollars, invested in Lib erty Bonds, have a range of more tan tree thousand miles. Thus, when you pur chase a Liberty Bond, you Patriotism accomplish several very de- 5rSlJ5? sirable things : ' Jie patriotism of the following . irms, who have generously yOU put your monCV intO a perfectly :ontributed the space in which f criiritv Jie advertising will appear 5J1C ac-UIIiy you derive a good rate of interest from it you do your country a substantial service; and you do your bit toward downing Kaiserism. Buy Third Liberty Bonds If you canjt pay cash for your Bonds, you can borrow a part of the money at your bank, using the Bonds as security; or, you can buy them at your bank on the easy partial payment plan. It is no trouble to buy Liberty Bonds i...

Publication Title: Daily Kentuckian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Kentuckian. — 21 April 1918

DAILY KENTUCKIAN J .mmlllttnlTITAntV The Several Churches Whose Announcement Appear Pr low vite You To Attend Th-r Snvicrs. Slranr- Welcome. J era Ar Firtl C. M. Thor 9 .TO a. m 1 1 :00 . m 6:30 p. m. 7:30 p. m. 7:30 p. m Prsyer Meet Rev. Quin list Church. n. I). D.. Pastor, "undsy School. Morning' Worship. I. Y. P. U. Evening Worship, ednesday Mid-we Burroughs, of Nash ville. in the tsence or tne pastor. will preach i bot hthe morning and evening aer s. I First P Rev. Cha :30 a. n 1 1 :00 a. 6:45 p. 7:30 p. I 7:30 p. Prayer Mr No prea Crac Pr G. ( 9:"0 a. 9:4.1 a. 10:4". I 7: V r byteriaa Church. i Brevard. Pastor. Sunday School. . Preaching Service. Christisn Endeavor. -Evening Service. Wednesday Mid-week ig- ng on third Sunday". Episcopal Church. bhitt. Pastor. Sunday School. Men'a Bil'le Class, a. Morning Service . Kven rz Serv cc Universalis Church. 309 N. Main Street. Rev. ThnniM Chapman, Pastor. Residence, 311 N. Main Street. :45 a. m. Sunday School. 11:00 a. m First Sunday's...

Publication Title: Daily Kentuckian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Kentuckian. — 21 April 1918

DAILY KCNTUCKIAN 3 tKcxrxvx Y&ui Bond May Bring Him Home Ax'-: Apr It, 191. " "" I n K0 TOMS to, 1 ! RwMUr I r : ill in Safety AMERICAN fathers now on the battle fro of France. Many must f how many depends upon v:ko remain safely at hor " r: ::;!: L'hcrfy Bond will liclj. . . - c ;jcy ana bring '- .:.-::;;!;;-c!rcj and victorious. I.::.:, U ::vV7 wean the difference between and death; to his family the difference betzi happiness and desolation. ! Hie tdvertiting for tho rhlrd Liberty Loan in thia :ity hu been mtde possible hroaga the patriotism of the :olloin firms, who have tnerouuj contributed the pace in which the advertis- ng will appeaxi Without those supplies and munitions so vitally essential to the conduct oi modern warfare, thousands of our! soldiers vill Derish needlessly unon the hatflpfielH ThJ sands of women will be widowed; thousands of children1 macie ratneness. Ton can prevent this! YOUl i Can you hesitate? Good Heavens! The man is fighting for your family, as we...

Publication Title: Daily Kentuckian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Kentuckian. — 21 April 1918

April SI, 11. FK1GHTFUL STORY UNLUCKY NUMBER -IJ" DAILY KENTUCKIA. i i If Paints and 1 u Oils sSL' ivOj at Lowest jvLjj hj r Get Our Estimates First No matter what you are gotng to paint whether it's a big Job or a small one we believe we can save you money. Or possibly you have a floor to wax or wall paper to clean or woodworh to varnish. If so. Just call and see what we can do for you. Wo have an unusually large and fresh stocft of paints for all purposes floor wax floor oil furniture polish halsomlne enamel brushes and supplies of all hinds. J. . COOK ATROCITIES RELATED BY SCI CEANT SUFFERING FROM NERVOUS BREAKDOWN. (Bv International Naw. Srvica.) New York. April 19 Kriirhtf u! f LAYS IMPORTANT PART IN ACTS OF PRESIDENT. (By International Nawa Servlca.) Waihinirton, April 20. Another reason hn been discovered for the reitl air of myntery that always flunks the nunilMT 11. In tlie latest repori of the Attor ney (leneral rnnrcrnint; parln. Lr:int'il rcilrrnl prisoners hv the Mori o...

Publication Title: Daily Kentuckian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Kentuckian. — 21 April 1918

April II. If IS. DAILY KENTUCKIAN FACE SCVZN UNSOLICITED BOND BUYERS CET NEAT COAT OF ARMS. (B laLraatimal pj.ws S.rviee.) Sesttle. Wuh., April 20. Each per son in the State of Washington who txitjl.t one or more Liberty Bonds without foliciUtion between the "honor period" of April 8 and April 13, is wearing a reproduction of George Washington's eoi of arm, thiring this period each citizen was on his honor to piiy hn share of Die debt Uncle Sam i accumulating in the war NOT ALL BRUTALIZED BY WA3 .The New Jewelry Store KOLB&HOWE BUY A LPRTY BOND And Do Your Bit GEO. KOLB Phone 311 WALTER HOWE , Among the many monument to General Sherman, the one situs ted in Calvary Cemetery, St Lou it, ia a most unique, compelling de sign. The very character of ita architecture aeeme to emphasize the faithful and honorable spirit of this old warrior. Monument We believe in being faithful to a trust. .... 1 We believe in being honorable in our dealings. We do a high- charactc r e d work at a reas...

Publication Title: Daily Kentuckian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Kentuckian. — 21 April 1918

UAILY KENTUCKIA.. AM tt, Itlt. Princess Tomorrow DOROTHY DALTON Ftmoui in "The Price Mark," "Love Letters" and other popular piayt IN "LOVE ME" C. Gardner Sullivan'a society drama of a breety Western girl who marries into an exclusive wealth family ami her thrilling experi ence in the new life. Adults 13c, War Taa 2c. Children tc. War Taa It. Princess Tuesday ALICE BRADY Charming- arreen favorite In the moat effective role of her career, '"THE SPURS OF SYBIL" Story by Louise Winter. A modern metropolitan aociety romance. REX TUESDAY rearl White and Antonic Moreno in "The Hhm ef Hate." Also REXTUE3DAY Ruth Roland in "The Price ml Folly." PRINCESS WEDNESDAY Mme. ferova in "MoTs Truth Th7n Poetry." Rex Tomorrow WILLIAM V. MONG With an able caat of stars Including George Hermandey and Irene Hunt. In "THE HOPPER" A !npted from Meredith Nicholson's story in "Collier's Weekly." Tr.amrle comedy, "A Safe Dis-aur". A whirlwind of film fun. II A!.o Mollie King in "The Sevea Pearls." supreme. C...

Publication Title: Daily Kentuckian
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Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Kentuckian. — 23 April 1918

V KENT irltlr7 i ... i a WEATHER. 5 , J ,GRF.ATIr' HOPKINS VU.LE WANTS YOU." i 1-ursrisy.r jtit and proh-j ahhr. warmer .. EatabKihed 1879 Vol. XL-Daily Vof. 1. I. 38 H0PK1NSV1LLE, KENTUCKY, TUESDAY, APRIL 23, 1918. i j I J- A Trice 3 dr-nts DA UGK- AN m as Vl m m I'EDltOklAL' COMMENT I - U te get Ik C. 449 if u I blM Jreialy. have bows Item, aW And if yea e it' se Ik W Mi bar. "SOLD A PETTICOAT. Th ladies of the Council of Na tional Defense taut Week plarcil on . Vt'Iay in half a iloien store sam ple of tllpllttl garment tha organi lotion ia making to send to the war orphan in Franc and Belgian. At tached to torn of the gamicU wrre prinlaJ card that read: "The rhate rial id thia garment cost 35 cents" or 40 renta or some other amount. Base wrre placed in the windows to receive donation to further thia work. At on of the stores salce man had an application from col ored woman to buy one of the little petticoat and noting the price on it he collected the amount and dropped tt ipto 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. — 23 April 1918

1 FAG TWO DAILY KENTUCKIAN AprflZ). 191 H ii 1' i ( : I i M Daily Kentuckian rutUahe4 Eeery Morning Except Monday by CHA8. M. MEACIIAM Editor, Chaa. M. Meaeham, B. A. Roblnaon. Am i Editor. Kb tared at tha Hopkinmrille PosV Oca aa Second CUaa Mail Matter. Established aa Hopkinsellle Conser vative in 18. Succeeded by llop 'ktaaville Democrat 1879. Puhli.hed M tha South Kentuckian 1879 to !. from 1889 to 1I7 aa tri- akly Kentuckian. fifty ee d Year af Pablicatinn. SUBSCRIPTION RATESi Os year by aaail S3 00 Oh year by carrier BOO barter tense at eeaie aroaortloaale rates. AaWtieiaf Ratae ea Application lit SOUTH MAIN STREET. WATCH THE DATE After your aaoie, renew promptly, and not niie number. The Postal regulations requiro subscriptions to be paid in advance. Thu paper has enlisted frith the government in the cause of America forthe period of the war OUR SERVICE FLAG IS $f . - Peter B. Muir, a Louisville soldier, ha been cited for distinguished bravery in battle. German intriru: i bel...

Publication Title: Daily Kentuckian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Kentuckian. — 23 April 1918

DAILY RENTUCKIAN AGE THREE April Zl. 1018 rsrrVi Stock and Poultry Tonic - Prepare tour stock for the hard vrk yc.u have for them this spring, iiuy a pail of Drt Hess's Stock Tonic makes them hearty and healthy and shed off early before the days get hot, also good for hogs, sheep and cows. For an egg producer there is nothing better than PAN-A-CEA, makes all the hens lay. - Everybody wants eggs now. So buy a small package of Pan a-cea and supply the demand. . Planters Hardware Co. Incorporated." Hopkinsville, Ky. V u . . Q In the Jewelry and Optical business. We do all our optical work and all 5 our jewelry and watch repairing right here in our own shops and we are the 'ONLY people in Hopkins- jj ville or Owensboro who do. S HARDWICIC HOPK NSVILLE a Help Your Country Win BUY A . Liberty Bond OUR SERVICE FREE Bank of. Hopkinsville - i Burpee's Seeds Grow IJTb T , SmiM sb leatrs th. table aspeneM and to tier, lor the future, Burpee's 1 Annual, the Leading American Seed Catalog fee ISI...

Publication Title: Daily Kentuckian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Kentuckian. — 23 April 1918

.1' ,pace rouR DAILY KENTUCKIAN April 23, 191ft cJJMM HOYT REACHED HI J HOME IN INDIANA pn.Tiijf $ATURDAT AND IS b . V CONVALESCENT. ;J f rerryiville. Ind., April 20. ; UriJrB. Jeo,i J -i-tjopkinevi'le, Ky. 'Deer Sir and Friend: promised, to inform you as to our arrival. We cot horn 0. K. and the soldier bov feelina fine at tKia writ- inv'. -Also I have iut aent a wire' la Camp Sevier in regard to him. j.. Well, it was snowing when we ar rived and it made me think of the tunny cltrue of old Kenturky. Again let ma tbflrik yea for year kindneea persosvallt. ,,The good people of our community at Perrycnille . and Cayuga, IniL, ' eeited the arrival of the soldier boy ' sad eitended many coerteaiee, which .' we -area l ly appreciated.; It showed the: respect they bees' for htm. - I am t nrtnaing a letter written by him and . I 1. L. . I I r T 1 1 . , , vuiisnc4i. in.uiv trai nrrim, last -3j winter, which .shews, .why we are proud of him. If it ia not too much Ueal4etrl wouM'like to have ...

Publication Title: Daily Kentuckian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Kentuckian. — 24 April 1918

DAILY KENTUCKIAN I WEATHER. J J Wednesday, probably 'showers. 5 GREATER HOPKINS VIU.E WANTS YOU." . Established 1879 VoL XL-Daily Vol. 1. No. 39 HOPKINSVILI.F, KENTUCKY, WEDNESDAY, APRIL 24, 1918. Price 3 Orrlt a' 1 EDITORIAL COMMENT I ' Call 44t if yea 'ail f h Kealackiaa promptly. Aad if T keve a news Item, phoae it la tke mm nemker. Chaunccy M. Dewey, in hla palmy daya tha moat conspirious after-dinner speaker In America, waa 84 yaara old yesterday. oca Tha Liberty-Bond Suharriptiona paaatd tha half way mark Monday, whan tha total reached $1,1)00,000,. 00. Tha fart that German ara finding II aorta of new uara for human hair, la not worrying Lent MrKee, Judge Green Champlin and Joa K. Twyman. Tha British brouicht down Ger many' moot famous aviator Sunday, Baron Rirhthofen. Ho waa buried Inalde the British linea with tha aame ..honors aa British officer. Tha national assembly at ita sea aion Monday declared tha republic f Guatemala to occupy tha aama po sition toward the European h...

Publication Title: Daily Kentuckian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Kentuckian. — 24 April 1918

April 24. 1911 rACZTWO DAILY KENTUCKIAN Daily Kentuckian febllahed Every Morning Except Monday by CHAS. M. M EACH AM BATTLE ON TOOL SECTOR MARQUIS PLOWS OWNUAV'N TO ASSIST IN GREAT FOOD OFFENSIVE -.III ,i . . . L l 1.1M ' Pork! Pork! Pork!, T C4itor, Cka. M. Meacham, H. A. Robinion, Aaa't Editor. - !.,. mw-.- - 1 . i i ,a is . 'r lr. 1 i 4 i n ;i r ! ; Catered at the Hopkinsville Toat efflee aa Second Claaa Mail Matter. Mablished aa Hopkinsville Conser vative in I860. Succeeded by Hop kUurilla Democrat 187. Published M tha South Kentuckian 1879 to 1M9. From 1889 to 1917 aa tri weekly Kentuckian. Fifty .stead Year f FaWieatiea. SUBSCRIPTION RATESi Oh year Wy -all S3 00 Oh year by earrter 00 ghaetee terete al aeaie yreaertioaate rates. AirarWai Rates Applieatloa SIS SOUTH MAIN STREET. WATCH TOE DATE After your name, renew promptly, and not miaa a number. Tha Postal regulationa require aubacriptiona to be paid in advance. i -1 his paper hat enlisted with the goycrnrncnt in the cause of...

Publication Title: Daily Kentuckian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Kentuckian. — 24 April 1918

April 24, 1918 WANTED Hens, Roosteis, Guineas, Tur keys, Geese, Ducks, Eggs, Butter, Hides, Tallow and Wool at Highest Market Prices. U. S. Government Embargo now off on all Poultry. Market strong and active on all kinds of Produce. HAYDON PRODUCE CO. By H. L. HAYDON, Mgr. fflCATIOIIAL SHORTCOMINGS MADE CLEAR BY SECRETARY OF INTERIOR IN LETTERS TO CHAIRMEN. Always Buy the Best TOILET ARTICLES and Keep Pleased with Your Appearance yla A Large Line of BeautyAids Every woman wants to be as attractive as possible. And It's perfectly right that aha should be. Actresses are more envied and admired, ?erhaps, than any other class of women, et they are not always the most beautiful. They attribute their charms In a measure to the regular use of good creams, lotions, etc We have a line of the latest and most effect ive beauty aids, perfumes, etc, to please the most exacting. . . . J. . DRUGGIST Hi. following article appeared r crntly en the editorial page of the r'nturday Evening Tout. It rea...

Publication Title: Daily Kentuckian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Kentuckian. — 24 April 1918

April 24. 1918 page roust DAILY RENTUCKIAN ion A U HOOVER LADY LIBERTY BOND WORKERS ' MEET. EAT AND TALK AT ELKS' CLUB. Tha Woman't Liberty Loan com- mlttee, of which Miss Mry Clark i chairman. gav a Hooveriied lunrn ' inn at 12:30 o'clock yesterday at the . Elka Club to tha chairmen of the county precinrU. activa worker, ex- ' ecutlve committee, captains and lieut enanta. War relief and national de-fen- work were discussed. Those preent were: Mrs. R. L. Woodard. Nrs. J. H. Dagg. Mra. W. ' T. Dougherty. Mr. R. A. Croft, Mra. Frank Rive. Mr. Ira U Smith. Mia ''"'ld T. Blumenteil, Mr. Jas. H. Kk.rrv. Mia Jennia Claaa, Mra. T. PriTcilrrow Florence LaBadie and H. E. Herbert In "THE MAN WITHOUT A COUNTRY" The cinema attraction of the hour. Stirring! Timely! Awakening! An engrossing entertainment, offering a piciurization oi one of the most famous stories of the agr. A photodrama that will kindle the fires of patriotism and create an indelible impression. No advance in prices. Everyone sh...

Publication Title: Daily Kentuckian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Kentuckian. — 25 April 1918

DAILY KENTUCKIAN WEATHER. 5 "GREATER HOPKINS- J VILLE WANTS YOU." Thursday, fair anl ro.l. Established 1879 Vol XU-Daiy Vo!. 1. No 40 HOPKINSVILI.E, KENTUCKY, THURSDAY, APRIL 25, 1918. Price 3 Cnt V EDITORIAL COOTI Call 449 If yea fail to get the Kentuckian promptly. And if you baee a news ilea, ahone it to the Maia aassbee. The employment reserve now hm . 270,000 ihip yard workers . r.II.-.l ' n,H ; Ai a result of an ntti-mpted h r runl 1 on Paria Tuesday niaclit. tin- di fi n, e ! brought down five plane and one , bombarding machine. By a Joint proclamatmn of the President and Governor, tomorrow i will bo half holiday to work for I.il. trtjr Bonds. Count Ciernln, the deponed Am Irian minister, didn't stay hi tli front long. He U to lie x nl a bassador to Berlin, wh;th will pr bly cure him of his n idem Am- ha- The Daughters of Isabella, man Catholic organisation, wilii ::n.. 000 members, haa purehafd a home in Washington. War arl,viti'N occupy much of their tine. A couple of Hindu...

Publication Title: Daily Kentuckian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Kentuckian. — 25 April 1918

PAGE TWO DAILY KENTUCKIAN 1 : """" " Anril?r. 191ft l n Jteniuckian Utahad Every Morning Except Monday by CHAS. M. MEACHAM Editor, CW H. Meaeham, H. A. Robinson, Aaa't Editor. EateradTat tha Hopkinsville Poat Stcw aa Second Claaa Mail Matur. JCstabliahed aa Hopkinsville Conser vative In I860. Succeeded by Hop klneville Democrat 1876. Published aa tha Booth Kentuckian 1878 to 1888. From 1889 to 1817 aa Ut woekrjr Kentackian. nrty e! Year of Paklicatiaa. ' SUBSCRIPTION RATES i On year by atall 13.00 Ova year by carrier 8.00 Sherter term at ! aroatortie-ate rate. Advwrtlsiag Ralee ea Apwlieatloa WILL BACK IIP THE BOYS HT THE FRONT Written fer the Liberty Loan Organ, latlon of the eighth Federal Reeerve District. By MILDRED 8. McFADEN. We are becking up the bora at the front. Our aoldlrr bors, the flower of our youth. Who snswered Preedora'a call And are fladly giving all For liberty, for Justice and for truth. til SOUTH MAIN STREET. WATCH THE DATE After your aana, renew promptly, and n...

Publication Title: Daily Kentuckian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Kentuckian. — 25 April 1918

April 2.1. 191S DAILY HENTUCKIAN PACE THREE cvsr sum 1 THE HIS FWfllST TELLS WHY KAISER'S COD 13 HIS DEVIL AND WHY HE WOULD LIKE TO KILL HIM. itjf, UUrm.li.nal N.wa S.rvM.) New York. April It. Tv hern loving people all my lift-, but I rouM hoot th Kaiser and feel that ! wa doin favor to Cod. The Kaher's God ia my devil." Cypay Smith, onetime vafrahond, for forty year th worlil'a irrratcst evangelist, and for the pant three of thes man-of all work for th Young Men's Chriatian Association Juat he hind the flritish firing Pines in Kranre, mad this declaration of hate to-dny with a fervor that hok the dmpy red fragment atiti hed to the hreaat of hia "V uniform. That littla red flair, already dimmed by the irrimea of the trenrhea, where Cypay Smith ha atood aiile by aide with th men who fought, making hia "machine gun apeerhea" up there where the biar rum were rival orators, didn't lock like much. To Cypay 8mith it waan't much. He wouldn't even talk about it. In, fart, the little red fla...

Publication Title: Daily Kentuckian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Kentuckian. — 25 April 1918

PACK POUR DAILT KENTUCKIAN April 2. 1918 Extra Special Princess To-day "The Man Without a Country." patterns NO HOME PATTERN THE CINEMA SENSATION OF THE HOUR! STIRRING! TIMELY! AWAKENING! COSTS OVI 15V A visualization of Edward Everett Hale's (amous story. A photodrama that will kindle the fire of patriotism, and create an indelible impression. Magnificient cast of cele brities. Everyone should see this superb attraction. No advance in prices. Prices of admission will remain the same. Adults 13c, war tax 2c. Children 9c, war tax lc. THE UDIESHOME JOURNAL . STYUSH PHUT CT FITTING tAJY TO IOC PRINCESS SATURDAY Mable Noraund In "DODGING A MILLION." A sensational mystery comedy drama. Packed with thrills and surprises. $' ' Fit Ad s' W am. , , Bl q dva , arif CM 5! to r reel (.''. . "T M, rr. J Vk4. ad f hi ourr urtol m inf. stic HI I herv ead n th inch nd nU Tw recil as f Dem I)e Is De' n It; Av ut An ' a bl Tsj " 1 Ha nail :mi wt' r- Rasa Patters IMS L4ias' DtTMf Frock. Btk lioat ain ...

Publication Title: Daily Kentuckian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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