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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Kentuckian. — 26 April 1918

- EktablUhed 1879 Vol XL-Daily Vol. 1. No. 41 HOPKINSVILLE, KENTUCKY, FRIDAY, APRIL 26, 1918. Price 3 CnU Amiees Drive is Checked DUORIAt COMMENT en 44 ir f Ji i Keatwakian praaiplly. Am if yaa. have Www item, phase it U the iyn mabtr. i The lone distance bombardment of Paris continued Wednesday. There were nowtims. ooo Soldiers, in Italian army, are giv n cigar a part of their daily ra tion. ooo The ialand of Guam, mere speck In the South Pacific, ha subscribed for 15,000 of Liberty Bond. Two infra South American repub lic ar on tha verge of declaring war on Germany. We already have too many allie who have declared war and (topped at that. A man named Bote at I'aducah baa been fined for (ailing under falae color. II waa caught running a gambling houae. ooo Lyman G. Barrett, local editor of tha Hartford Herald, ha been railed for military service at Camp Tay lor. On of tha new aoldirrs from Ohrb county ta named Canary. He ought to enter tha flying rorpa unleaa they need him to detec...

Publication Title: Daily Kentuckian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Kentuckian. — 26 April 1918

April 2ft, 1918 PAGE TWO ITALIAN CHILDREN GlVr". BLUISH TOMMIES A PARTY 35 Daily Kentuckian fbliehed Every Morning Except Monday by CHAS. M. M EACH AM f Editor, Chas. M. Mearham. H. A. Robinson, Asa't Editor. 3 WILL GOPork! Pork! Pork! DAILY KENTUCKIAN COLORED MEN a r 4 : I tko : ltha -' it Jit vhe; ttlle '. , Dr. T.. - OVl' jceur, y hiad" " At; Will r Rot l Wher Vead. Wter In U Uck knd i Tw recil urn 'pun ia ai .ounl r fnprt Vpec aa r m ! J b De ' lit A.' ut An bit I Tie- i 'Be " K.itered at the Hopkinsville fost - ' , (Tic aa Second Class Mad Matter. .' ' established Hopkinsville Conser vative in 1806. Succeeded by Hop kinsville Democrat 187rt. Published M the Routh Kentuckian 171 to I 80. From 1M9 to 1917 a tri weekly Kentuckian. Fihr-Mcoad Year of Publication. SUBSCRIPTION RATES. Oh year by -i.il Ce year by earriar .00 Shorter lersss at same proporlionale rates. Advertisiag Rate AIlicalio Sit SOUTH MAIN STREET. ; WATCH THE DATE After you? ' Mine, renew promptly, and not miss num...

Publication Title: Daily Kentuckian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Kentuckian. — 26 April 1918

April 2fl, 1018 DAILY KENTUCKIAN FACE THREE I i Bring All of Your Prescriptions to Us for the Best Attention Greatest Care Lowest Prices tahe exceptional pride tn our prescrip tion department The purest drugs the greatest sKlll and care tn compounding them-the honest adherence to every Instruction are all absolutely neces sary to tflve you exactly what the doctor has directed. Your life may be endangered by the slight est mlstahe. So go where you hnow your pre scription will be handled tn an absolutely sctentlflo and proper manner. We tflve nromnt attentinn tn m 11 I L - - - w i iiu you uu away wim J. . COOK DRUGGIST Radford & Johnson REAL ESTATE We will tell you a farm in Christian and adjoin ing counties. We know the (arm lands of this community and Will do our best to sell you a good farm or will sell you a nice house and lot in the city. We have several attractive farms in our hands for sale. Can give possessio'n of a very fine, well im proved farm if sold quickly. Price 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. — 26 April 1918

April 211, 1918 f ACE FOUR DAILY KF.NTUCKIAN - - - by- tat-.- t ! t ! 1 Princess To-day : House Peters fropported by an excellent east ' $ Including , A dele Farrington, John Burton and Eugene Pal letta In ,-.l"The Heir off ;f,Jhe Ages" ' , V WiWnv Addiaon Lathrop'i ' Jr'fhrilling and powerful etory of '. $ rother love. Fira and flood jla-flir part In thia unique . ', S-Tind pictoreeque screen play. J.' Adult 13 W.r Tea la J.ChUdraa to War Taa I Rex To-day Madge Evans w IN 5 Tlic Adventures of Carol : J A thoroughly satisfying, plena- Ing and unusual play with eur- priaing glimpea of New York. J Story py Julia Burnham. KUa Baatatt and Margaente THE tAULt S tit. 3rd chapter. "The Plot Again! The Fleet." S Acta. Princess To-morrow Mabel Normand CuWij A Million ?J w A aenaational myitery comrdy ," t drama. Packed with thrilla ' j-Kf i.. and aurpriaea. ' xas T RED CROSS GETS .OlONS OF SPAR SOLD TO ELMIRA. N. Y. COM ta,wvijWro $35.00 PER TON. The fifteen or twenty floorspar eompaniea in ...

Publication Title: Daily Kentuckian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Kentuckian. — 27 April 1918

DAILY KENTUCKIAN I WEATHER. X J Saturday, unsettled, tool J snd probably shower. itfrtaaa'a:a- AM'.. :.') n,s J VILLE V'NIS YOU." Established 1879 Vol. XL-Daily Vol. 1. No. 42 H0PKINSVIL1 F KENTUCKY, SATURDAY, APRIL 27, 1918. T rue 3 ( IDIIORIAL COMMENT to Call 441 if r' fail lee Keetvchiaa promptly. Aad if yew hava. a news ilta, ekeae II to Ik hm aumber. i Holland la not going to break with v I Germany if thr ia any way to avoid it. Tha Frvnrh airmen have located three lung range guns and ona ha been rftt out of artion, according to official announcement Lieut Lawrence S. Ayer, the run ner who flred tha Ant American run In France, waa one of the officers killed In the battle a week ago. Speaker Champ Clark, after consid ering the tender of the appointment aa Senator for two dayg, yesterday de clined the honor, saying he believed ha could bo of mora service to his country aa speaker. Sixteen residents of Collinsville, were indicted in connection with the lynching of Robert rraegcr, ...

Publication Title: Daily Kentuckian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Kentuckian. — 27 April 1918

4 fAi-.t TWO DAILY KENTUCKIAPt April 27. I91S '- Daily Kentuckian Artliahod Every Morning Escept , Monday by CHA8. M. MEACHAM , Editor, Chaa. M. Meaeham, H. A. Roblnton, Aea't Ediur. Catrnd at the flea aa Second Hopkinaville PoaV CUa Mail Mattar. aMabliahad aa Hopkinaville Coneer eaUvo In Succeeded by Hop- ataaville Democrat 1876. rubliahad a the South Kenturkian 1879 to lilt. From 1889 to 117 aa tri weekly Kenturkian. riftyn mi Year ml PaMtcatloa. SUBSCRIPTION RATESi veer by awil W OO Ooe year by earrler S00 Sweeter lrma at proportionate re lee. AJreHfelat Ralee M ApplUatlwa lit SOUTH MAIN STREET. WATCH THE DATE After your name, renew promptly, and not miia a number. The Postal regulations require subscriptions to be paid in vlvaace. ' - This DiDcr has enlisted vriih the government in the caw of America for the period cf the war JOUR SERVICE FLAG M $4 myJm-4 Si t,4 ! Tba Huns insiat in a Berlin report i thai tbeir polls H Untend and Zee- brugge were turf blocked. ooo Xniiiicaum n h...

Publication Title: Daily Kentuckian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Kentuckian. — 27 April 1918

SEC' 71 April 27. I!1 DAILT RtNTUCRIAN PACE THREE U. S. MARSHAL HERE. Every prron who I alile to pur tliae Liberty Bond anil haa nee;. Irenlly failed to il ao or stubbornly 'rused to buy may hava the lea tire of having a chat with the V. 8. Marshal who ia here. ! haa been furnished by the various snlcmrn "ilh a lis1, rf rurh persons with no lln n of the rxrusea offered anil i thcr infnrmntion thiil the salesmen were able to obtain, benrina; upon the 'purchase or non purchase of bond. Juat what action will be taken with thoae who refused to purchase aa liberally aa they ahouM, or re fuaed to buy a bond at all, ia not yet known. Thoae who are not able parrhaae a bond will not be no letted or visited In any way anil are in no danger of being aeen by the authorities. Written Before Christ All the honk of Ihe did Tcstnmcnt were written Inn before the birth of Christ, aome of them a much aa .4in yean before, othera from fn to l.fMO yeara before, and none l.-n than m te nn year before. The...

Publication Title: Daily Kentuckian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Kentuckian. — 27 April 1918

DAILY KENTUCKIAN April 27. 1018 rxcx rouii ft-- fall " - . t I i i - u . ,w of 'i . 'i' in I 'J .H 111 lot vh. te its be. in i fcnd kiU Jun (rsj he t 1 u: re np- V. a i 8 at Ml 3b 0 n ' A Princess To-day 5 i Mabel Normand IN Tha . Sensational Drsm of Thi-tUe, Myslery, Laughter and LoV. "DODGING A MILLION." By Edfr Sclwyn nrd A M. Kennedy. The Ri'manre ( an iU Inu who Itvrr in Luxury on Nothing year. - Adults- 13c, Wiir T 2c. Children- 9c, Wsr Tux to Rex To-day William Duncan and Carol HoDoway 3?-..',.' ' "VENGEANCE AND THE WOMAN." Chapter 10 "THE LEAP FOR LIFE " 2 Hie Act. I ORIS KENYON IN "THE HIDDEN HAND" Episode 15 "Th Girl of (he Prophesy," 2 Acts. HANK MANN In one of those rip-roaring Fox Comedies in 2 reel "S-UDS OF LOVE." PRINCESS MONDAY Pauline Frederick "LA TOSCA." J! e PRINCESS TODAY. Mabel Normand will make her Ant appearance as a star in Goldwyn . Pictures in "Dodirinf a Million" a mystery drama written by Edgar Sel wyn.' author of "Nearly Married," 'n which Madge Kenned...

Publication Title: Daily Kentuckian
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Kentuckian. — 28 April 1918

If yew il te fl Ik And if yen aromatly. MTt BOW I TTOwt, phone it I Ik sass mm Denver, Colorado, had five inches of moi yesterday. noo Oville J Stivers, of I-ouinvilic, was elected President of the Kcniurky Educational Aaaociation. Dr. H. II. Cherry, of Bowling Green, wss a speaker at the night session of the K. K. A., in I-oui-ville, Friday, and another man poke the same evening. poo The Marshall County Enterprise aaus farmers not to aril corn for 17.60 a barrel, but to hold it for f9. Thia la the npirit that will forr the government to fix the price of corn a It haa been don in the rM of wheat. Thia la . not a time fur boarding foodstuffs. ooo Employes of th St. Iouia car company, numbering approximately 1,000 in St. I.oui volrd to iro on a Ink for an eight hour ilny, incrrssc in waves and recognition of the un ion. Striker at the Wancr Klrc trie company plant began picketing Friday. There are l.ftoo on strike then. Maj. Raoul Lufhery. of Walling forl. Conn., destroyed hm eighteen...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Kentuckian. — 28 April 1918

April 2. 1918 rcx TWO DAILY KENTUCKlAlf i I Pzily Kcniuckian ftUsh4 Every Morning Escept Monday by CHAS. M. MEACIIAM Editor, Chaa. M. Mrarham, R. A. Robinaon, Aaa't Editor. RaUred at tha Hopkinille PoaV .Be aa Second Claaa Mail MalUr. CatahlUhed aa HoDkinsville Conser vative la H6B. Succeeded by Hop- kleevllla Dcmorrat 1874. Published IV. Rnuth Krntuckian IH7l to 1189. From 1889 to 1917 aa tri weekly Kentuckian. FUty-eeeead Year ( faklkalMW. SUBSCRIPTION RATESi On year by as.il 3 00 Oh year by earrW Start, Urail al eaaie prepertWeat rale. AaWertisiaf Ratee ) AeelwalMa Sll SOUTH MAIN STREET. WATCH THE DATE After your same, renew promptly, and not miaa a number. The Foetal regulation require aubacriptiona to be paid in ad ranee. This papa hai enlisted K the government in the cause of America for the period of the war fllTTf FLA (i Penetrable distance behind us and UUK SfcUVlUfc pj in nmU beyond about RT -PvpJT !,v,ry 20 minutes." any Dr. Gulick. fe2-'-fc- Lkadrl. -Seventy fives droppe...

Publication Title: Daily Kentuckian
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Kentuckian. — 28 April 1918

April 1018 DAILY KENTUCklAN FACE THREE Help Your Country . Win UY A Liberty Bold OUR SERVICE FREE Bank of Hopkinsville AMERICANS GETTING FIELD GUNS INTO POSITION I Proprietary VrvS I Remedies At Prices That Are Right ,We carry a full line of the standard reme dies. And our trade is brisK enough to Insure fresh stocK at all times. If you see tt advertised tn a reputable paper, you will find us always able to supply you, We aim to Keep tn stocK all the latest dis covered remedies and Ingredients prescribed by our local doctors. So. no matter what the prescription Is, bring it to us. Our prices are most reasonable because we Know how to buy. J. . COOK DRUGGIST City Bank & Trust Co. Capital, Surplus and Undivided Profits $180,000.00 ' Bank Assets Over $1,000,000.00 1 he Largest of Any Bank in Christian County Tlie l ong and Successful Career of This Dank llrcommends It As a Safe Depository. ' W. T. TANDY, 1'r.si.l.nt JNO. B. TU1CK. Vkve-Pres. IKALSMiril, Cashier ' J. A. BROWNING, Jr...

Publication Title: Daily Kentuckian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Kentuckian. — 28 April 1918

DAILY UNTUCEIAN April 2. 1918 1 FACE FOUR i . .. I i. PRINCESS MONDAY ,w ' w Pauline Frederick Foremost Emotional Screen Ar tist la "LA TOSCA." By Vktorien Snrdou. The world' ;reteet and moat trair te heroine, far famed in son and story. REX TOMORROW 5 Special Features Announced For Next Week at the Picture Shows; : directed bjr bdward Jose, me in-. ternationally famed itar and screen was Mirtnr who has direrted Sarah Bern- Street An ex- Priacese Monday. I Rea Motidev. "La Tone," the new Paramount J. Harney Sherry, well known rhar icture in which Tauline Frelerirk aolcr actor. has the Icadinr role in the rill appear at the rrincea theatre, i new p'ay "Fanatic." Mr. Sherry wan last aren rr.it as in "Fuel of Life." and the "Hawk of Wall J. Barney Sherry Famous character actor In "FANATICS" A captivating drama of wealth and tragedy. Story by John Lynch. Alao "Their Strayiaf Feet." A rippinic rollicking film farce. PRINCESS TUESDAY hardt and other rreat stars. eollpnt supporting company...

Publication Title: Daily Kentuckian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Kentuckian. — 30 April 1918

4 GFATtR HOPKINS- i ,;' VILLE WANTS YOU." ; WEATHER. Tuesday fair. DAILY KENT UGKIAN - i r .- Ed.bli.hed 1879 Vol. XL-D.ily Vol. 1. No. 44 HOPKINSVILLE, KENTUCKY, TUESDAY, APRIL 3", 1918. 3 LJALLIES REPEL ATTACKS , i - - 1 " r CaK 449 If ? fail th Keatackiaa praesally. Aad if r have a aew Haas, phone il I tha am number. Goodbye. April. You've kept ua guessing what you would Ho next, but after all you have left ua in the midst of delightful spring weather, ooo Thre mora atara hava bean added to tha service flac of th First Bap tiat church Dr. K. P. Thomaa, Cyrua M. Wllliamaon and Vamon rppr. Thar ara parhapa other not recalled, ooo - Soma of tha latliaa ara indignant bar a dm S. Y. Trimbla said in hia peach tha other night that they ought to wear laaa clothing. They think ha want to rat tham arrested. ooo ' Col. E. D. Jonaa haa movad from bla farm to thia rity ami until ha ran aaeura poaaaaaion of hit own house haa tamporarily rantad the Crenshaw cot tar on South Main. Ilia next dour...

Publication Title: Daily Kentuckian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Kentuckian. — 30 April 1918

April 30. 1918 z'j JCcniuckian '.2he4 Every Morning Except Monday by CHA8. M. MEACHAM Editor, Chaa. M. Meacham, O. A. Robinton, An t Editor. rntar.4 at th Hopkinsville Post- Flee aa Baond CUm Mail M attar. e-,tUek! aa Hopkinevill. Conaer ia IMS. 8areaHd by Hop trill Democrat 1176. Published aa the South K.ntuekian 1879 to lB. from 1889 to 1917 aa tri- akty Kaatoxkian. fifty mi Tear af Pablkattoa. 5 SUBSCRIPTION RATESi Om rw by mmtt .3.00 Om yaar by arrW 00 barter WrM at aaaia arase.aal. rata. iia Rata aa Aayltaatioa til SOUTH MAIN STREET. WATCH THE DATE Aftar your Kama, renew promptly, and not miaa m Bomber. Tha Petal rirulations aaqntra eubarriptions to ba paid in adranca. Thtf paper has enlisted frHJfthc government in the Cavfe of America for the period of the war OUR SERVICE FLAG 79 KEN1UCKIANS GRADUATE IT LOUISVILLE YOUTHS IN LINE IOK SECOND LIEUTEN TERBIBLYSVOUEII fafftrbf DcKriWal Ai Tertere R.EtT.J by BUck Driokl. Rossvllle, Oa.-Mrt. Kite Lee Able. o (hit place, writes: "My h...

Publication Title: Daily Kentuckian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Kentuckian. — 30 April 1918

DAILT JUNTUCKLAM PACK THREC April 30. Stomach Troubles Since Childhood PERUNA Made Me Well I Now Enjoy The Best of Health PEDDLER VISITS AN 13 w.- V -".d- .neri' tin v Ml. r- I n :i..r heir training 111111(1 In im os FEMALE SPY. Mailamr Marie K. ! Victories, believed by offirrm of the llcpart mrnt of JuMire tn hp on of the most artiv of Germany' nirrnt in this country for the pant year, ttna ar rested at a fanhiunulile Long l-Und hotel and taken to New York an a dangerous rnemy alien. For any itching akin trouble, piles, riema. salt rheum, hiven. itch, rrll bead, herpce, ernhira, lnn' Oint ment ia highly recommended. f0c a bos at fc'l atore. (Advertisement) Now Is Your Opportunity. I am prepared lo furnish all kinds of rougl lumber on short notice and do a custom business. Mills on the R. Y. Pendleton farm, 2 1-2 miles south of Pem broke. H. A. TeL 88-4 Pr mlroke Ex. MH. MOTORIST: I 5 Are you aware of the fact that we carry perhaps the largest supply I Z of tires, inner tubes and au...

Publication Title: Daily Kentuckian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Kentuckian. — 30 April 1918

April 3a 1918 SPRING FLOODS IN THE VERDUN REGION f DAILY UNTVCUAN AMI i WOOL SALE I It Kitty Gordon Internationally fsmou beauty. In tsrtling now drum of needy art inn. 'THE WASP" Unique, Novel, Clever, Inter esting. An effective and piecing crrenptay. Story by Willsrd Mack. ALSO- One of those laughable new Fox Comedies ' A MILK FED VAMP." 2 riotous reel of fun. REX TODAY Prarl White and Antonio Moreno IN "I HE H()l)K OF HAIL" The supreme sensation of the screen. Chapter 2 THE TIOER'S KYF," 2 big sets Ruth Roland In "THE PRICE OF FOLLY." 2nd story . "CounterMl Clues, 2 sttf Lonesome Luk' In "OVER THE FENCE." PRINCESS TOMORROW Francis X. Bushman in "THE ADOPTED SON" REX WEDNESDAY Ctarlie Chaplin In "THE FLOORWALKER. The funniest of all. Also KATHLEEN CLIFFORD IN "Who Is Number One?" i . Si DR. CALVIN M. THOMPSON TOLD SUNDAY ABOUT HIS VISIT TO CAMP SHELBY. Rev. Calvin M. Thompson preache two patriotic sermon Sunday bear ing; upon Ms recent visit to Hstties burs;, Miss., and Camp Shelb...

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

. . . 7 ' I GREATER HOPKINS- e VILLE WANTS YOU." . . . '1 WEATHER. Wednesday warmer. : : Established 1879 Vol. XU-Dai!y Vol. 1. No. 45 HOPKINSVILLE, KENTUCKY, WEDNESDAY, MAY 1, 1918. Price 3 Cents DAILY KENTUCKIAN 7 ) r mm COMMENT Call 449 if ye fail to the KeatkUe promptly. And if yce. have a news iter, phaae it to the uax amber. Thru more limp rung sum havt been Mnt towardnI'ari. Got. Gardner, of liwouri. started t C and icnt down to X before he tot a Senator to stick. ooo The Kaiser ia reported to have watched (he battle for Kimmel hill from an elevation safely in the rear, within run pa of a field lia, - oo Germany's latest atunt la to force Ruaaia to exchange well prwonrr for irk one. She nreila more food for allied rannnn. By reference to our news columns. It will be seen that Mina Ima Kli, after next Monday, ran say Ima Hop far. last's ns hope she may never be graaa Hopper. The Courier-Journal came lumber ing In yesterday six hours behind the Kenturkian using the same "Top he...

Publication Title: Daily Kentuckian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Kentuckian. — 1 May 1918

PACl TWO DAILY UNTUCKIAJf Mar I. 1918 "i 1 S)aly Jtentuckian PvjbUahed Ery Morning Eieept Monday by . CHA8. M. M EACH AM Editor, Chaa. M. Meaeham, H. A, Robinson, Aes't Editor. Entered at the Hopkinsvllle Poet ..fV m Second CUaa Mail Matter. Katabltahed at Hopkinaville Conser eaUve in I860. Succeeded by Hop- ktsstville Democrat 1876. Published a tha South Kentuckian 1879 to 1889. From 18R9 to 191T u aekl Kentuckian. Pifty-Mcead Year af Pablkatloa. SUBSCRIPTION RATES 1 rM by aU 13.00 w im b sarrWe 8 00 5WsUr UfTM at prmpmrtlwmtm rata. Advertising Ralaa AaalUatleei - SIS SOUTH MAIN STREET. WATCH THE DATE After your Mnr nmmnll. nil not BliaB a number. Tha PoaUl regulations squirt aubarnptiona to be paid in ranre. This paper has enlisted with the government in the cause of America for the period of the war OUR SERVICE FLAG m A statement expreaaing tha opin ion that any "counter revolutionary movement in Russia muat inevit ably rely on the German miliary power to maintain itself," waa is...

Publication Title: Daily Kentuckian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Kentuckian. — 1 May 1918

Mt 1. 1018 DAILT K.ENTUCKIAN - f ACE THREE AMERICAN TROOPS PASSING THROUGH LONDON ON WAY TO FRONT PUBLIC SALE Help Your Country Win BUY A Liberty Bono OUR SERVICE FREE Bank of Hopkinsville if t 4 " . 114 a ft . nf -r . : '' ll I common sight nowadays to see the brawny and hardened veterans of American training ramp pausing through Lnoiloa on their way to tha French front. Many of nor unite art Untied at an English port, and th men ar given a hlka through England to stretch their legs after th long sea voyag. Tha photograph abowa tha system of park carrying adopted by our troop on tha march. Cigars and J0) 1 Delicious I I S&irfgjk ACan We Can Please Every Taste The mtxn who is particular about the cigars e amohes Is eJso particular about tha candy Km gets for his loved ones. We carry the leading local and the nation ally advertised cigars and candles. And we Keep them fresh to insure their tastiest flavors. We can furnish any hind of cigars or candy tn large Quantities for specia...

Publication Title: Daily Kentuckian
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Kentuckian. — 1 May 1918

PACK rotm DAILY KF.NTVCKIAI. May I. 1918 PRINCESS TODAY 1 Francis X. Bushman With BEVERLY BAYNE and cast of well known artists in 4 "THE ADOPTED SON" : ' i. Frnni tha mao-srJna stiirv b MAX BRAND. w v A realistic and tremendously Intrreslintr narrative of love nd adventure. ALSO "Tie Screen Telffram" ; The world'! lerraphic. greatest newt REX TODAY Charl e Chaplin THE flOORWAlKER" u Clwrlir's Funniest Film Frolic 2 Mirthful recU of real joy. Also KATHLEEN CLIFFORD IN 4;Who Is Number One?" Anna Katherin Green ' fasci nating novel of love, adventure, mystery and thrills. 2 stirm? a:U. Alan "FALSK TO DIE FIN ISH." A side splitting 2 leel cyclone of tun PRINCESS TOMORROW The Price of a Good Time An extraordinary cinrma sen J sation. w PRINCESS TODAY. . . . Frances X. .Bashaws) sad. Beverly Bayst 1st "The Adopt." Son." ' - r " " Purdae, in a row ovr cards shooU his opponent, makes his getawsy and finds himself plunged into th feud between the McLanea and Conovers. When he witnesses a Con...

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