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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Kentuckian. — 2 May 1918

DAILY KENTUCKIAN -GREATER HOPKINS- J VILLE WANTS YOU." J WEATHER. Thursday, fair and warm-J tut-Lli-hed 1879 Vol. XU-D.ily Vol. 1. No. 46 HOPKINSVILLE, KENTUCKY, THURSDAY, MAY 2, 1918. USY BURYING DEA1 HUN EDITORIAL COMMENT . . . . .-.............. mmwm mm mmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmwmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm rrice venti SB Call 44t if yew get b Kealwckiaa prcmnily- Aad If have news iteas, koM II b MM Bank. THE ANTHENAEUM TO NIGHT. The annual banquet of tha Athen aeum Literary Society, tha fifteenth of tha aeries will ba unique and nov al in that it will ba a banquet with out anything ta eat. Out of com pliment to Mr. Hoover It la not only meatleaa and wheatleme but absolute ly eatleoa. The thirty membera with their wives' or aweethearU and an equal number of truest usually eon titute tha banqueters, but thi time only about HO "covers" are to be laid. Tha truest will assemble In the par lor of Hotel 1-atham at 8 :! and re pair to the dining room at 9 o'clock to ind...

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

PAGE TWO DAILY KCNTUCKIAN Mat 2. 1918 i. a. . r. V- k Daily Jtentuckian rSbliah.d Every Morninf Except Monday by CHAS. M. M EACH AM Editor, Chaa. M. Meaeham, H. A. Robinson, A n't Editor. tutored at the Hopkinsville Poet- etnee as Second Class Mail Matter. a. established at Hopkinsville Conser vative in 1R. Succeeded hy Hop klnrrllle Democrat 1876. Published tho South Kentuckian 187 to 19. From 19 to 1917 ai tri weekly Kentuckian. rifty-eecewd Year of fehliceteew. SUBSCRIPTION RATESi rVee yt bf Mil I J 00 CW iHr he carrier f.00 alerter terat at seme peeportlwwete rale. Ajvertieiig Ratee M ApedicetiM 212 SOUTH MAIN STREET. WATCH THE DATE After your are, rrnew promptly, and not rotas number. The I'oatal regulation! -.(Uire subscription to be paid in ivance Thu piper hai enlisted tvjth the government in the cause of America for the period of the war 0 nTsEKvTcE FLAG !:? & K'JJuMai.lii. HOOVER CLAIMS CREDIT. "A SPLENDID TONIC " Says Kiim Lady Wbo, On Doc tor'. Advice, Took Ctrdii Ai...

Publication Title: Daily Kentuckian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Kentuckian. — 2 May 1918

Mr 2. 1!MH DAILY KErfTUCRiAN rACJb THRtt GOVERNMENT NEEDS TRAINED MEN jnooo SPF.CIALIST3 WANTTD IN ARMY AND NAVY CIVILIAN BRANCHES. Wa-hngn. IV C, May I. How rany of u rrnlire v. hat wotiM be come of (flir fortes in France if the organiiation at hnmc for produc ing lhr matrrinl of nr should fail? Charging armies and thundering bat tleshipa arc easy to visunlire, hut not t M)aay to accomplish. There ran be no going "over thr Jop," no parnlys-1 Ing broadsides, onlcs, to tsatain thr , blow, thrra Is matrriul in ahun.limre ; to hark up the humnn effect. 1 Right now the rivilian branches of .thg; Army anil Nnvy ara. in urgent need of thousstla of Mnn work en, and before4his yey pamea these ( branches rnunt he inifcascd by at lesst 20.000. Tho Ordnance Ie part men t of the Army nerds great numbers of nirn who are trained an mechanical engineers, mechanical and othrr kind of draftsmen, chem ist, metallurgists, nnd the like. Lit erally thousanila of lnTtor are al so wanted for the work of p...

Publication Title: Daily Kentuckian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Kentuckian. — 2 May 1918

PACE FOUR Mar 2. 1918 tit"' r-- V- i :) ! i f -. - : - - r i x. V f r PRINCESS TOMORROW i ,f Douglas ! Fairbanks More lie ii strain! Ilippyc lucky; with lots of "pep" ,,1 fui! of Die "Old Nick." IN "Thr Mutrimaniac" Tut "Ii.hib" HjsIics tir'i;-h 'his cWer new cinema urprirf I! I.it.e )iur hrrsth. Y u Ii l.'Mtj :i till ).ni hive li hnM ...ir - Jci. DON'T MI5S rr. REX TODAY ' Gfo. Hernandez In his las ernioit west it u '1 rillpr "UP OR DOWN." Story by Lynn Kiymdds. A stirring t I of llic linn Vt r de near iNin'u It it hnra, Ci'i furn. . ,V0- AN !Nir.KKLni.I lIONfc'YMOOV" A mirthful nu-up that'll :i siriiiin. ' REX TOMORROW ",. --' Carlyle Pack vp", Mu?ge J ' t ' 5 t - -oJ t ! f j - t ;-. Cvaas;tra .?el;n Uree- i '? ' ly la ! "THE BURGLAR." ALU EAGLE'S EYE" DEEDS RECORDED FROM APRIL 25 TO 30 INCLUSIVE. ; . Moltte Crenshaw West and hu'aml - ' --is:-'"l- L- Clark. 60 acres on Pon f nver. $1,500 and other consi lera- tions. Fred Marquess and wife to L. I). Adams. 142S acres in two tract o...

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

' Call 44t if yea fail I ft Ik Keatackiaa promptly. Ami If y have a eew ilea, pkeae il la Ihe Judge Gus Thomss la to have no apposition for re-nomination for Judge of the court of appeals. ooo Swiaa reports aay th Austrian em peror will make definite peace pro poaala to Italy, upon basis of no annexation. ooo The Interest from fund donsted originally by th German emperor for th UM of Harvard unlveraity haa bean invested In bond and a liberty button haa been sent to the kalaer. ooo You ean't alway judge a man by hit name. One of the moat intrepid ir fighter among the Amerirana ia I.ieut. V. Rickenbachrr. a name that Imoat amella of aauer kraut. But he la red blooded Anieriran. i ooo Tha Bohemian troop are Joining th Iuliana agaimit Auntria. accord ing to th I-omlon Mail correspondent t lUlian headquarters. Even now torn of the Bohemian are on the Italian line, rlad in Italian uniform. Prarue, capital of th Crown Land of Bohemia, haa recently been the center of riotous demontralion ag...

Publication Title: Daily Kentuckian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Kentuckian. — 3 May 1918

PACE TWO DAILY UNTUCCIAN Mt3. ; i. :,. : -I : . -i r . t 4 i I'S. 1 n m ,U,i y '' 1 I ! 1 Daily Kentuckian f.bltahed Every Mornlnf Except Monday by CHA8. M. MEACHAM Editor, Chaa. M. Moaeham, H. A. Robinaon, Aaat Editor. r'atered at the Hopkinsville Poot Ae aa Second Claa Mail Matter. ' rtab1ihd aa Hopkinavill Conser eUv In 186S. Succeeded by Hop kinavilte Democrat 1876. Published aa tha South Kentuckian 1 87 to 1189. From 1889 to 117 aa tri weekly Ktntackian. fifty oaaid Yea of Pebliatiea. SUBSCRIPTION RATESi Om year by amaO 13.00 On yea by earriee 8.00 bartor lain at aaaM pt.BevUeaato rate. AaWtfeii-f Rataa ea ApslUaUeai til SOUTH MAIN STREET. WATCH THE DATE Aftar your name, renew promptly, and not miaa a number. Tha Postal regulations squire aubacriptiona to bo paid in trance. Buy Liberty Bonds First THEN Mogul Wagons DO IT NOW FORBES MFC 'CO. Incorporated. ' 1 , Thu piper has enlisted frith the government in the cause of America for the period of the war Irish Eyes fMf By HILDA M...

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

MLMBERS OF MISSISSIPPI BAR ASS'N MEET TO-DAY. FOR SALE AT PUBLIC AUCTION j - At the Court House Door on NEXT MONDAY, Between ,the ; Hour!.; vt 1 1 O'clock and 2 O'Clock, i-J''li,; . . One of the jinest;250 Acre Farms in Christian County. This I.irm ia known the ELBRllMU: CAYCC f inn, is located one tni c from the Clarksville pike, about three miles south tl lfopkinv.ll-J f'nn.i ia in liipli M of cuj- (Dy International News Sink.) Jackson, MUa., Mny 1. The tenth annual meeting of the Mississippi Par Aciation convened here to-ilay i ami will continue In seniion until Thurslay night. Tha onrunisation hna membership of 300, representing 1 every county and community in the j State. The addreaa nf welcome wan ' delivered by Judge It. II. Thnmpnnn, of Jarksnn. Response wa made by , Hon. O. G. Johnaon. of Clnrkudnle. i II : .A mnA kn. .Icr the. i re of ' iiusi-i liumet", (or ii number of vears. who knew how i conserve its fertility. Hai cii.d r"l . niuio bvp, call Among tha aprakers from ou...

Publication Title: Daily Kentuckian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Kentuckian. — 3 May 1918

t aci rro DAU'T KEffTVCKIAIf May 3, 1914 1 a !. . . .. 4 Ul 4 KJuXXSS TODAY t Douglas r air banks Hera ha it again! Happy go- lucky; with lots of "pep" and full of tha "Old Nick." IN "The Matrimuiic" The way "Doug" dashes through this clever new cinema surprise will lake your breath. You'll go into convulsions of laughter. DON'T MISS IT. REX TODAY Ctrlyle BUckweD, Erelrn Greeley and Madge Eraos In "THE BURGLAR." From (lie play by Augustus Thomas. A alica of lift told In a never to-be-forgotten manner. A N! PRINCESS AND TODAY. REX "THE EAGLES EYE" - f An expose of German Intrigue. FICTEEIITII OPEN SESSION AIHENU'SEAHESS BANQUET Pabiob'c Gathering Of Literary Lights With Many Happy Guest Listen To Diinerless Orators The Athenaeum, Hopkinsville's lit erary society for men, one of the lead- ins organisations of IU kind in Ken tucky, held ita fifteenth annual "ban- of fiO tickets and after defraying; nerrsMiry rxpeniwa donate the bal ance to the Red Cross. Considerably more than AO were ...

Publication Title: Daily Kentuckian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Kentuckian. — 4 May 1918

Published 179 Vol. XL-Daity Vol. 1. No 48 HOPKINSVILLE, KENTUCKY, SATURDAY, MAY 4, 1918. Price 3 Cents EDITORIAL COMMENT ); Call 44t If yea fail to get lb KMtwkUi promptly. An J if yea Ium a new !. phone t la the MM alter. NO MORE EATLESS BANQUETS. fattradanre at tha fifteenth an nu IsJHian ejsmal snquet of tht Athenaeum was th 'smallest or record and tha sue i of tha "eatlena banquet" wai die- appointing. Tha literary program u unusually Rood,, with aoma of the beat peakera on, but tha affair iu liatleaa and aomher, in tpita of tha effort of tha oratora to handle their aubjerU In lighter vein. It la tha flrat time that tha attendance baa fallen below 60. and It la not like ly that tha usual cuntom will again be departed from In tha year to coma. Thoae prearnt, in unite of the ab aenre of "eata," were! President and Mr. John Stitcs, A. H. Ecklee and Mua Flack, Mr. and Mr. T. J. MrReynnld. Mr. Ira U Smith and Miss Smith. Mr. and Mr. L. E. Foster. Mr. W. O. Soyar and Miaa Gaither. Mr....

Publication Title: Daily Kentuckian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Kentuckian. — 4 May 1918

PACK TWO Mays. 9n Pcily Kentuckian fwUsthed Every Morning Eaeept . Monday by CHAS. M. M EACH AM Editor, Chaa. M. Meacham, H. A. Robinson, Aas't Editor. Jtatered at th Hopkinivill Post, afflce aa Second CUaa Mail Matter. established aa Hopkinsville Conoer-S-stiv in 1866. Succeeded by Hop hiasvill Democrat 1876. Published M the 800th Kentuckian 1879 to 1189. From 1889 to 1917 aa tri- akly Kentuckian. rifty wad Year of Mkallen. SUBSCRIPTION RATESt Dm year by ea.il J 00 On year by earrlar i-00 Skwrtar taraaa at saaa nrvawrtHwato rata. AeWtatltg Rat aw Aawllaatlaw 111 SOUTH MAIN STREET. WATCH THE DATE After your name, renew promptly, and not mias number. The Postal regulation tsquir subscriptions to be paid In advance. Thu paper hat enlisted liith the government in the CeaUte Ol VmCnCSV lOr thC OCTiod of the war ; mm SERVICE FLAG!:"""?. u. RfiT'rr'rii'f gifei4ifc.V5 " i . j . ,".; M "k "k A" 3r it X if A xn . 'V "t.srn ,.v; , jfcn l' ' B M ' --- day. May 6. Blanket authority for the pres...

Publication Title: Daily Kentuckian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Kentuckian. — 4 May 1918

May 4. 1018 DAILY KENTUCKIAN FAGfc. THREE TO MUCH AIR IN AIR PROGRAM Or laUrasli-aal Kews S.rvice.) Washington, May J. Charge against offiriala reponihle for (he aircraft prngam of the I'nited States wrre reported in the Senate anil be fore the Senate Militury AITain Committee. A sweeping invrntigatmn of ta entire airrraft production with ' the possible exposure of rriminal napirary in the expenditure of near- j ly 1 1.000.000.000 appropriated by congress Tor buiUling airplane, now appear inevitable. ONE THOUSAND SALOONS IN CHICAGO CLOSF.D. FOR SALE AT PUBLIC AUCTION At the Court House Door on NEXT MONDAY, Between the Hours of 1 1 O'Clock arid 2 O'Clock, One of the finest 25 01 Acre Farms in Christian County. Thi. farm it known iIk- fclLBRIDGK CAYCE f.trm, it located one rni'e from the Clarkavi le pike, about three miles south of Hopkinsvill-. Farm is in high state of cul tivation, well improved and Im. been under the care of a "master farmer" for a number of years, who knew how to ...

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

DAILY KCNTUCKIAN May 4. I91K ru riruw . ... . ai n . ... , is1 You 11 bave Money by Buying Two Suits Ererybody knows that a Suit wean oat (alter if it ii worn ewydajr. It Uls more than twice at long if alternated with another suit. This g!res yon a chance to get your off Suit pressed which adds to it's wear. Besides Sells will be much higher this fall acd very much higher next spring, So there is money tared as well as better dressing in owning two Suits. We will sell you two Clothcraft Suits for $30 to $60 for both. Yon will be pleased and the wear is guaranteed. Wall & McGowan The House of Good Clothes PRINCESS TODAY A'l w. dtiH, 'rr ALICE BRADY In the moat brilliant arreen drama of her remarkable career "Her Silent Sacrifice" Adapted from "The Red Moum." The luccewful play by II. W. J. Dam. A atory of true love and the f.ilitir of am art I'nrmian society life. REX TODAY SCOUT. FUNERAL --FOB COMRADE FUNERAL OF WILLIAM McCOL LUM ATTENDED BY SIXTY BOY SCOUTS YESTERDAY. r" , . iM...

Publication Title: Daily Kentuckian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Kentuckian. — 5 May 1918

DAILY KENTUGKIANI WEATHER. GREATER HOPKINS- VILLE WANTS YOU." Sunday, fair and littlt J change In temperature. Z Established 1879 VoL XL-Dai y Vol. 1. No. 49 H0PK1NSVILLE, KENTUCKY, SUNDAY, MAY 5, 1918. Price 3 Cent ! EDITORIAL COMMENT ! CI! if If ye (all the Keatvckia avwasptly. A ad if ye have a sews itesa, paea II la th saese ivaWr. Jimmy Meiasner, of Brocklyn, brought down another Hun plant yesterday, ths second in a wok. eoa gM'wo soldiers in Franca win wtia under daath sentence for sleeping on duty hart been pardoned by the President. Every now and then aomebody want ta know why our own Rich ard Pearson Hopsan haa not gotten back kit the hero ram. Says tha Elixatwthtown New: Since tha Finnish White Guards and Red Guarda are fighting in Finland we wonder why they don't let the German blackguards in the fray? ooo Certain estimators in Washington Who are making public their guesses aa to what tha British losses have been should be gagged. Great Brit Ian ought to be allow. I to ma...

Publication Title: Daily Kentuckian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Kentuckian. — 5 May 1918

iMf S, W.V Paily Kentuckian fabliahed Every Morning Except Monday by CBAS. M. MEACHAM Editor, Chae. M. Meocham, H. A. Bobinaon, As"t Editor. fctaUred at th Hopkinsvill Poat e4Bc aa Second Claaa Mail Matter. Ratablished aa Hopklnrrill Conr aativ in H. Succeeded by Hop kinsvill Democrat 176. Published m th South Kentuckian 1879 U 2189. From 1889 to 1917 aa tri WMkly Kentuckian. Fifty -Mceed Year of Pbliiln. SUBSCRIPTION RATES. Dm year by null $3 00 Om ye by carrier S.00 RfcuHr totan at mm aroaartlawal rate. Asreertisicg Rales aa Applieatioe III SOUTH MAIN STREET. WATCH THE DATE After your Mme, renew promptly, and not miss number. The Postal regulations toquire aubacriptiona to be paid advanc. ' This paper has enlisted the government in the .use of America for the period of the war OUR SERVICE FLAG VZi tV 1 ?A v:4 TALKED TO MUCH. The Victor Talking Machine Com pany waa held to be an illegal com bination in restraint of trade in a final decree in New York by Federal Judce Augustus N. Ha...

Publication Title: Daily Kentuckian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Kentuckian. — 5 May 1918

Mar . ItU. HOPKINSVILLE KEKTUCKUN FACE THICK THE GRIZZLY PASSED ON view in azr.m :. n : cjjlctive of German drive n IEWING THE PREPARATIONS OF THE ELK HERD TO PRO. TECT THEIR CALVES, HE ft SOUGHT DINNER ELSEWHERE. "While ramped at S.600 feet alti tude near the head of Fawn Creek in the Gallatin Ranee in the north western part of the Yellowstone Na tional Park," writes Vernon Bailey, Chiefjjiel.l Naturalist of the V. 8 1 Bioloairal Survey in a book aoon to be issued by the National Book Ser vice, "I rould make out with a field flans elk herds on the high ridtres south, west, and north of ramp. By climbing- rautioualy, so as not to dis turb the elk. up to 10,000 feet on Quadrant Mountain south of ramp I was soon in the midst of one of their choice summer ranges. "Small herds and scattered in dividuals were seen over the big. open alopes above timber-line; bunrhes of old bulls with full grown velvety boms lying on top of the ridges where the wind was strongest and insect least troubles...

Publication Title: Daily Kentuckian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Kentuckian. — 5 May 1918

AY- ... V . ' " : ATTEND CHURCH TODaY : Th Several Churches Whose Announcements Appear IWlow ivite You To Attend Thr r Jt rvices. Strang- HO I ers Ar vVelcome. I IS PREDICTED PLANTING OF TOBACCO HAS BE- 0UI MBtim SUCCESS Wettssiaister Pr..byteriaa CWcs Re. A. 8. Anderson, rastor. f :30 . m. Sunday School. 10:00 a. m. Woman's Bible Clas. 10:00 a. m. Men". Bible Clas 11:00 a. m. Morning 8oric. 6: IS p. m. Christian Endeavor. 7:00 d. m. F.vcninc Service. 1:00 p. m. Wednesday Prayer Same. GUN GENERAL SCARCITY OF PLANTS PREVAILS. MISS MARY CLARK REPORTS LARGE AMOUNT OF BONDS SOLD BY COMMITTEE. Report coming from the county 1 W had almost ceased to aing in this county th old song. "Let the brt.rUa Caarca. s Brevard, Partor. First P Rev. Cha t:30 a. it. -Sunday School. 1 1 :00 a. Preaching Service. :4S p. ii Christian Endeavor. 7:30 p. ir Evening Service. 7:30 p. I" Wednesday Mid-week Prayer Me iig. No prea og on third Sun lays. CassbarUaa1 Pre.kTteriaa Caarck Rev. J. W. Stiles, Pastor. 9 ...

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

"A Great ? !ct cr Mc-r i4 Tf K I f ?n cn Ocean of Unsp.-6kaLlePciiu"0 ' t'J v IT? A t i try k The Long Arm of Mercy By DR. FRANK CRANE The Ucd Cross is the Lnnjj Arm of Mercy. It is the Kindness of Mankind organized. In Man Ls an Ansel and a Devil, a Dr. Jekvll and Mr. Hyde, The Hed Cross is the Good, aroused, energized to thwift the Bad. It is the best antidote we know to the bane of war. There are other Charities, more or less helpful. The Red Cross is the mightiest of all Charities, the lve and Pity of all men made supremely efficient. If, as Emerson said, "sensible men and conscientious men all over the world are of one religion," this is the ex-! pression of that religiun. ! The Hed Cross Ls Humanity united in Service. J It asks no man's opinion; only hi peed. Black or White, Friend or F to the Hed Cross there h no difference; it only asks: "Who is Suffering?" And to him it goes. The Hed Cross is so Efficient that Governments recog nize it; so Pure in its purpose that whoever w...

Publication Title: Daily Kentuckian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Kentuckian. — 5 May 1918

.at- PAGE SIX DAILY SENTUCKIA. May f, ltlS. if TENNESSEE FARMERS AND BUSINESS ME '4 MEET TO DISCUSS SHEEP R!SiNG PLAM .1 Wine of Life By CATHXXINS ROPSON (Br lateraallonal News Service.) , her.lrr w.il Ic enacted at ine nexi . . , a ot... esion cf tii j Legislature, according Na.hv.lle. Trnn.. May S.-A State fcy , convention of farmers ami "-' T,c lit icin. The cheif measure will, mrm men ia bain held her to work ne bill providing for the extermin- j &ut nlan for increasing tha sheep at ion of stray doga and lha llrene-l Jruij.try in Tennessee, inir of .lop. that will aid tne snep-. .VaraS P It ii recogniied that millions of head herd, or at least, not deatroy tha . f sheep rould be raiaed in tha moun-, lambs. "Want Uftr called, oat cherj tains of Eaat Tennessee, where the Hundreda of thouaanda of acres I Tolee, aa jingling- sleigh bella elowei land ia worth little for agri.ultore of mounuin lands in tha Appalachian P- . . . .... i i. ... p. .Tt.n.linv through Alabama.! Amy Pava...

Publication Title: Daily Kentuckian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Kentuckian. — 5 May 1918

2 THE HOME OP GOOD THINGS TO EAT 7: FR E D MA N- S AYS: EVERYTHING CLEAN AND SANITARY 2 WE WILL HAVE DRESSED CHICKEN. NOTHING BUT HOME KILLED MEATS. FOLLOWING ARE A FEW OF THE SPECIALS FOR TO-DAY ONLY. STRAWBERRIES IS FT, 30c QT. , Thro I0 LmN f GaargVs as W a Idea's Bread It St. BEEF. Extra Fancy Bef Roaat 2nd Cut Beef Roast Briscut Roast Flank Roaat Rest Steak (Loin or Porterhouse,. Saturday Only Best Round Steak , Saturday Only Chock Steak 25e Saturday Only PORK Pork Rnaat 274 lb Pork Chopa 30c tb Pork Steaks 30e tb Pork Malta 12 He lb Spareribs ; 20c lb Pura Pork Sausage our own make 25c lb Mixed ..Saunas 20c lb ...26c lb .22Vi lb ...20c lb ...20c lb ...30c lb ...30c lb lb VEAL Veal Roaat, any rut. Veal Staak Val Chopa Veal Brains Veal Loaf 25c 30c 25 ...22 "4 30c LAMB AND MUTTON Brit Lamb Roaat But Lamb Chopa. . . . Best Mutton Roast. . . Best Mutton Chopa . . ..40c lb , .40 tb , .S0e lb . . 30e lb SMOKED AND SALT MEATS Hog Jowl 25c lb Whit Salt Jowls 25c lb Best Seasoning Baco...

Publication Title: Daily Kentuckian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Kentuckian. — 5 May 1918

e U sara - PAG EIGHT HOPKINSVItXK KENTUCK.1AN Mat C . u M 1 7 PRINCESS MONDAY Earle Williams in A reigning favorite, in a great story by a world famous author or. "In the Balance" From tht novel "THE HILL MAN." By E. Phillip Oppen helm. Tht vibrant story of a beauty of the London stage. i , : ; Special Features Announced For Next Week at the Picture Shows Princess Monday. Earle Williams in "IN THE HAL- J ANTE." a Blue Rilibon feature from the novel. "Tne Hillman.- ny r.. I nil Z .lips Oppenheim. The vibrant story of i a reigning beauty of the London stage. REX TOMORROW ; Pauline Starke And well known east of fav orites, in ! "The Shoes I fcThat Danced" An adaption of John A. Mo $ roso's itory which appeared in the "METROPOLITAN MAG- AZINE." Res Monday. In producing "THE SHOES THAT ! DANCED," Director Frank linage converted a huge glass Uge into an Eaiit tide dance hall. Here is enact ed the icene of a masquerade ball in which gangster and their steadies while away the night while a ...

Publication Title: Daily Kentuckian
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