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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Kentuckian. — 7 May 1918

DAILY KENTUCKI AN .. ! -w CREATf.R HOP51K. J VILLE WANTS YOU.-, J . V '. i. tAWi.hed. 1879 VoL XL-Daily Vol. 1. No. 50 HOPKINSVILLE, KENTUCKY, TUESDAY, MAY 7, 1918. Price 3 Cent ' 1 1,11 1,1 .... 1 . WEATHER. . Tedey, shower.' . J HONORS WITH THE ALLEE : j 7,:: Din om c rnn i rushing work on merchant vessels loiVTmi unor I a,. Not 0.1, h.ml iw Lb, nmir -nebe'eeeeb"0:000' LD1T0RIAL COMMENT -A. r.n am U m fall to the Keatnchtoa nily. And tl yea kM a phone tl to the ' Serrt Frank L .Baylies, of New , Bedford. Mum., brought down hit Jhtu German airplane a few .days 000 ' No wonder tha Hani hesitate about Martin another drive. They are modi weaker and tha Allies are much stronger than when tha drat and aecoad drive were tried and resulted ra failures. Tha merger in 190 of tha Cumber land rreshyterian rhurrh with the Presbyterian church and tha consoli dation of their U. 8. A. property was declared valid yesterday by tha Su preme Court, after twelve yeara of Miration. Blinded by a shell e...

Publication Title: Daily Kentuckian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Kentuckian. — 7 May 1918

I stir r DAILY TJEMTULEIArt May 7. 1918 i 4 ; . JDaily Kentuckian Published Every llornlnt Except Monday by CHA8. M. M EACH AM Editor. Chaa. M. Mearham, H. A. Robinson. An t Editor. rfatsred at th Hopkinsvill. Poat- -inee a Second CUua Mail MatUr. Katablishad aa Hopkinaritlo Conser vative la 1866. Succeeded by Hop- naville Democrat 1876. Published a tha Sooth Kentuckian 1879 to i89. From 1889 to 1917 aa tri weekly Kentuckian. ad Ye ef Pablkalloa. SUBSCRIPTION RATES i l) fear by asail 13.04) ( year by earriee S.00 barter tense at earn Bvsaavtiamate rates. '.dveHbitg Ratee aa Aawlieatiew lit SOUTH MAIN STREET. WATCH THE DATE After your aaaa, renew promptly, and not miae a Bomber. Tha Postal regulations esquire aobacrtptiona to bo paid In advance. 'i h TTiM paper hai enlitted nth the eovcrnrnent in the cause of America for the period of the war OUK SERVICE FLAG tea zA Newspaper Clipping By tUtAM CLAOETT Every aoldier who has a mother Ur ine will be urged to write to her end taki lunch ...

Publication Title: Daily Kentuckian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Kentuckian. — 7 May 1918

r DAILY KERTUCWAH Mi 7. WIS " " . I . . . If 1 Hi Catarrh of Stomach Mil. Mar? fymrwtl. K. F. D. , T fnnaa, Mleaoarfc write: "I whh to ear a tew word in the pr.iss af Psrwns, 1 have aunt II llk food reaulta for cramp In the ' Stnmsrh. AIm found It lb vary thing for sstsrrti of the hoot My slater wsa eurrd of catarrh of atom eck by tha uao of Penine.1 Mrs K. T. Chooser, Cant 42nd 8t Chicago, 111., eare: "Manalln boat laaatlve on tho market for II tar and kxarala, very good for Indlgestloa nd bArt burn. Thee mho .alert to liquid tines sea Maura Parana tablet. Made Wen By Peruna. My Sitter Also Cured r. By PE-RU-NA TINT TWO-YEAR-OLD TALKS. READS AND TELLS TIME. (By International New Serviae.) San Franciaco, Cal., May 4. A tiny two-year-old baby girl hero liolda tho world'! record In mental development Tha infant prodigy la Martha Springer, twenty-six montha old, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John R. Springer, of Mountain View. Tha child ran read like an aight-year-old. Tha father aaya th ch...

Publication Title: Daily Kentuckian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Kentuckian. — 7 May 1918

DAILY KEPI i May 7. 1918 i - 'I INCESS TODAY Kitty Gordon 5 With." Frank Mayo, Muriel Oa J tricba and aelect cast ' tN i The Purple Lily A drama cf fast moving pM atierd amid arrnra of urpnsa iB beauty in mid lnlr in the Adirondack. An unusual alory tf eicitement and thrills. REX TODAY ; eul Wlite and Antonio Moreno -IN- J (The House of Hate" Epiaode No. S. 2 Trsmendous ac i. : "A WOMAN'S PERFIDY" Alan- RUTH KOLAND in 11. Prince of Folly." . " v "rJ . tiimplolo Shiry-2 but r a a,', entitled 'THE CATS- Also ''HER BUSTED DEBUT" , LsJi. rnrclone.of faat and furious iiur mo. .rraNCESs tomorrow Emma Wchlcn 2 In a society mystery piny !The Outsider" - NEWS ITEMS. . The entertainment riven by the pupils of the GirJonfield achool Fri day night. May 3, at the residence of Mr. G. C. Hille, for the benefit of the Red Croaa waa a big aocceea. They made $51.76. The following program waa given, after which ice cream waa served: - "Music Selected Band. - Song Star' Spangled Banner School Recitatio...

Publication Title: Daily Kentuckian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Kentuckian. — 9 May 1918

HOPKINSVILLE, KENTUCKY, THURSDAY, MAY 9, 1918. Price 3 Cents Half Million Americans . Huns Making Another Effort to Break Thr ! EDITORIAL COMMENT ! a CM 449 If yea fell to get Ik Keataekisa promptly. Aad If hav news itess, II to l Are Now in France mm Established 1879 VoL XL-Daily Vol. 1. No. 52 ougp '4 in Former King Constantino, of lint, is seriously 111 la Zurich and his disease may taka a fatal tarn. Miat Ruth M. SchulU, a Ntw York girt In an excess of patriotism, honed one of the French "Blue Devils." According to a Berlin message, Ruasian warships bombarded the tier man forces in the harbor of Marin pet, Wednesday. Gen. Maurice, a British officer, ia to be tried for a breach of discipline h criticising the slowness of getting reaervs into action. Former Congressmsn Don C. Ed wards, of Mt Vernon, and Jadg J. M. Robinson, of Barboursville, will contrail for the Rrpubliran nomina tion In the Eleventh district. Th court of inquiry has fixed the blame for th lues of th tug Chero ke...

Publication Title: Daily Kentuckian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Kentuckian. — 9 May 1918

DAILY KEN. I rxcn roua - DAILY EENTVCKIAN May I91S Jciltf Keniuckian tlOTICE. If yrur ch'ldrrn has sore throat, eatery eyes, "fever, or coughing, do .s.M!shad Every Morning Eieept Monday by CRAS. M. M EACH AM not send it to srlionl nr Irt It go I to Sunday School, picture shows, or 'puMie gathering, pave vnur phyai- Mi tor. Chae. M. Meacham, R. A. Robinson, Aas't Editor. r un srp the child. No child should he sen', to rrhovl unless perfectly entered at the Hopkinsville ToaU enea-aa Second Claaa Mail Matter. veil. HEALTH DEPARTMENT. jyf J4 f atu.s . i x m -r i CetabUahed aa Hopkinsville Coneef- Vwtive ta 1866. . Succeeded by Hop kiaavtll. Democrat 187. Published m tha South Kenturkian Ii7 to la8t. From 1889 to 1917 aa tri weekly Kentuckian. Fifty wad Year af Uicatlem. , SUBSCRIPTION RATESi Oa. .oar be asall 13 00 Om eaar be earrier 100 J' 1M UfM al eaas. rewertioMte rate. '.WtUn-g Rata AswHealleei 111 SOUTrflelAIN STREET. WATCH THE DATE After yoor name, renew promptly, and not miaa a...

Publication Title: Daily Kentuckian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Kentuckian. — 9 May 1918

Ms .. I91 DAILY KKNTUCK1AK PACE THREE I DUTCH AND HUNS TENSION ENDED CERMNY AGREES TO TRANS PORT "ONLY" 1,800,000 TONS . OF SAND AND GRAVEL, The llu-, My 7. Jonkheer Lou- don, Dutch Minister of Foreign Af fair, has informed Hie Chamber thai the Ijnnoii between Holland mid tier- many to ended. Ha said tlml aa (iermsny had agreed to limit the wiount o' Kind and gravel transported through Hutch vJ'rrways lo a maximum of l.iiOO.OOO Ion per annum an amount consul red needful for the repair and main tenance of the Belgian roada - and bid undertaken not to uae the .ma terial fur military purpoara, Holland bad withdrawn her demand that a commission of control should be constituted in llclgium to supervise the rmploymrnt of the material. Letters On Hun Prioners. A letter from Herhn, dated April 2S, found on pritonrr aaid: "Peace dura not aeem to be coming long a we fondly hoped. All this In the went i too wicked for any thing. Four yeara of it now and no ign of the end. We hope every day it ...

Publication Title: Daily Kentuckian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Kentuckian. — 9 May 1918

., ,., DA1LT lUt. DAfLT KENTIJCKIAIf page rotm MT 1918 SH THOUSAND t BOliAR IK LIGHTNING STRIKES TWO BIG TOBACCO BARNS TUESDAY NIGHT. Tuesday evening the god of thund er and lightning rot in two good iu.it. in Smith Christian count. In tho Church Hill country the big tobacco barn of Henry Boyd waa truck by lightning and completely destroyed by nre. It contained shout 11.000 pounda of good tobacco and both manure apraader and Una prradcr. All waa a toUl lose. The other barn waa on the Richard Uavell farm on the Clarkiville pike on which John Taylor lived last year but aow owned by C. N. Walton, who recently moved here from Barren county. Mr. Walton'a barn waa prac tically new. contained about 12 or IS acree of tobacco belonging to Mr. Taylor and a wagon, lime apreader. manure apreader, a mowing machine, plows, cultivators, etc. Tart of the machinery waa brand new and had never been uaed. There waa no in surance on either bam. Mr. Walton had left his big farm tractor by the aide of th...

Publication Title: Daily Kentuckian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Kentuckian. — 10 May 1918

DAILY KENTUCKIAN WEATHER. I FriUy, probably showers and cooler. e iaaaaaeeeeeeaeaaa-s CRFATER HOfKINS. J VILLE WANTS YOU." Established 1879 Vol. XL-Daily Vol 1. No. 53 HOPKINSVILLE, KENTUCKY, FRIDAY, MAY 10, 1918. Price 3 CnU EDITORIAL COMMENT Call 449 if fH fail to" get the Keateckiaa promptly. Aad if yea km a iii iisss, a baa it to the The 7,600 ton steamer Falh, Ilia largest concrete ship in tha wirld. built by tha San Francisco Shipbuild ing; Company, was (Ivan successful trial trip at San Francisco, averaging mora than eleven knot an hour In lt four trips over tha official trial coaraa. ' Tha Faith's enginea wars installed in forty-four days, establishing a local racord. Tha succaas of tha trip will result In tha construction of thraa mora roncrcta boats, aach larger than tha Faith, to ba built at Radwood City by tha aama company. Manager Stocklcy requeata that no hoUa ba shot In tha Kaiaar'a pictura whan H appaara on tha arraan next wak. Ha la also gratified that tha show la n...

Publication Title: Daily Kentuckian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Kentuckian. — 10 May 1918

rACC TWO DAILT KCNTUCKUN May 10. 1 91 A PoZy Kentuckian Published Every Morning Except Monday by CHAS. M. M EACH AM Editor, Chae. M. Meecham, IL A. Robinson, An t Editor. Entered at the Hopklnsville Post e m Second Clut Mail Matur. established aa Hopklnsville Conser aUve In I860. Succeeded by Hop itssville Democrat 187. rubliihad aa tha South Kentuekian 1879 to 1889. from 1889 to 1917 aa tri weekly Kentuekian. flfty-eM-ad Year of PablicelWa. SUBSCRIPTION RATESi Om year by aU 13.00 Om aar carrier 8 00 kete term at aaaia pr-a-rtl-nata re lee. Uvertisirf. Ratee aa A pJ SIS SOUTH MAIN STREET. WATCH THE DATE After your ante, renew promptly, and not mias aomber. The Postal regulations require subscriptions to be paid in advance. hi taper has enlisted Lthe povemment in the Cause of America for the period of the war ther information , elrner in person or by mail, and there wilt be no ob- liaratiin attsrned to tiich Inquiries, ooo There are nv more than throe times as .iimy American fldirre ...

Publication Title: Daily Kentuckian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Kentuckian. — 10 May 1918

Mir 10. 1918 DAILY KENTUCK1AM - f t r PACE THREE 1 s Firat Aanual SALE OF JERSEY CATTLE 3 Bccchcr Street By It KAY BAKER K3 By Kentucky Pure-Bred Live Stock ! Association At the Fair Ground, Hopkinsville, Ky. TUESDAY, MAY 21, 1918, 12:30 O'CLOCK. 75 Heid 67 Females Selected From the Beit Herds of Christian County. CONSIGNORS. " M. E. Hoale. T. A. King, J. D. Cbcgctl. II. II. Lawton, 0. C. 2 Courtney, J. F. Mason, Albert J. Culver, Roy Miller, W. T. Daugh- erfy, Geo. Mimms, W. E. Forpy, K. A. Morris, J. C Gary k Son, Sim Morrill, R. C. Gary. W. I. Parker, R. II. Gary, C. II. Stowe. B J. E. Ooesrtt. G. II. Stowe, J. W. Keeling. J. II. While, M. F. Winfre. J Any one in the market for fresh cows, springer or a car kmd of young heifers, from great producing families, or few bulls of 5 choice breeding, should attend this alv. bj SALE COMMITTEE I T.A.KING, E.A MORRIS, J.F.MASON, 2 J. E. GARY, C. L DADE. 2 For CHt.il.i;iir apply to the Sale Committee or write to L. U. Shropshire, S-c, IKM K...

Publication Title: Daily Kentuckian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Kentuckian. — 10 May 1918

if v 1 III OUR IB JURY 11 OF F . CLAY IBS JURY AT OWENSBOKO UNABLE TO REACH VERDICT AFTER FIVE HOURS. Owensboro, Ky., May 9 At 11 flock teat niirht, the jury trying four mineri chara-ed with conspiracy in firing en soldiers at Diamond mino, Webster county, reported it waa un able to reach a verdict and waa dia miwd by Judge Evans. Tha Jury atood seven for conviction and IWa for acquittal Tha case waa submitted at o'clock. Robert follarh. U. M. W. organis er, waa fined 160 for contempt of court. In charging Lieut. Otto In tlie corridor of tha eourt houae, with lying on tha witneaa stand. Tha defendants denied moat posi tively that they had anything to do with tha alleged conspiracy or that they were at tha Diamond mine on tha night that tha trouble took place. Princess Today Jack Pickford and Louise Huff Filmdom't Moat Popular Ctn liimtun of fiutn Favoiilis in "Jack and Jill" A bright and sparkling comedy-dram, litiM.linir over with humor ous situations, clever turns and thrills. A u...

Publication Title: Daily Kentuckian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Kentuckian. — 10 May 1918

' 1 i it B JURY III OUR TRIAL OF F . ClAV I jumv AT OWEN3BORO UNABLE TO REACH VERDICT AFTER FIVE HOURS. Owensboro. Kr.. May At 11 vwk laat nia-ht. the jury trying four miner charired with conspiracy in Urine: on soldiers at Diamond mine, Webster county, reported it waa on able to reach a verdict and waa dia miswd by Judire Evana. The jury stood seven for conviction and live for acquittal. The rue waa aubmitted at o'clock. Robert Pollach. U. M. W. onranie er, waa fined 150 for contempt of court. In charging Lieut Otto in tli corridor of the court houae, with lying on the witneea stand. The defendanta denied most posi tively that they had anything to do with the alleged conspiracy or that they were at the Diamond mine on the night that the trouble took place. CHANGE OF SCHEDULE ARRIVAL AND DEPARTURE OF SEVERAL PASSENCER TRAINS AFFECTED. A new time card will go into effect on this division of the UtN. railroad Sunday and the time of arrival and departure of aeveial paaaenfer trains wil...

Publication Title: Daily Kentuckian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Kentuckian. — 11 May 1918

Pike 3 Cnu IET DAY o. rvn A r p (fjVfMl T f Ifil w uvl II EDITORIAL COMMENT n ' Call 49 if yew KmIxIUi pesasotly. Aad if T have newi Ham, It te the Same Uf. ' A I Baa n wart. "W ' Boston, hai eued Senator Lode for $20,000 for knocking him down year ago, WW anuigivn, M iviiiuvi v capitoL ooo " The church column does not appear this morning , for tha resson that tha pastors do not furnish their 8undsy programs in time for Saturday'! pa per. Hereafter tha Church announce ments will ha made en Sunday morn rng, for such pastors as request It. rCUOKX M flit Clark Fuqua is here on furlough from Camp Sherman, O. Letters received from Joseph Stitea by bia parents, dated April llth. told of his experience under flra in the front line trenches, after he had reurned to billets in the rear. v Arthur K. Goodwin, Manager ef tha Western Kentucky Tire Co., ap plied, about two weeks ago for a place in the V. F. Army aa Air brake lnrctnr. YUr lny morn ing he received orders to report to tha authoritie...

Publication Title: Daily Kentuckian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Kentuckian. — 11 May 1918

Pi ice 3 Cm r x EDITORIAL COMMENT - Call 449 If (H fail ts ! lb KmImUu caeajrtly. Aed if yea have news Item, pbeae it te Ik aaas inkn. ' Alex Baa n wart, "9i Boston, ha cued Senator Lode for $20,000 for knocking bim down year ego. In Washington, In corridor of tha eapitoL Th church column does not appear tkia morning, for tha resson that tha pastors do not furnish their 8unday prof rams In tima for Saturday's pa per. Hereafter the church announee menta will he mad on Sunday morn ing, for such pastor as request It k k k k k k CMC EE HAG. Clark Fuqua is here on a furlough front Camp Sherman, O. Letters received from Joseph Stilas fey bis parents, dated April 1 1th, told of his experience under lira in the front line trenrhes, after he had reurned to billets in the rear. v Arthur K. Goodwin, Manager ef the Western Kentucky Tire Co., ap plied, about two weeks ago for place in the I'. F. Army as Air brake Inpcitor. Yeslcrlny morn ing be received orders to report to the authorities at Cam...

Publication Title: Daily Kentuckian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Kentuckian. — 11 May 1918

PACK TWO DAILY UNTUCKIAR Msy 11, 1918 if Daily Kentuckian iubliah4 Every Morning Eaeept Monday by CHAS. M. M EACH AM Editor, Chaa. M. Meacham, H. A. Robinson, Ase't Editor. Entered at the Hopkinsville Port erBee aa Sacond Claea Mail Matter. Established aa Hopkinsville Conser vative fan 18M. Succeeded by Hop kineville Democrat 1876. Published a the Sooth Kentuekian 1879 to 1U. From 1889 to 11T aa tri weekly Kentuekian. fUry-osee Taar af f.UU.tUe,. SUBSCRIPTION RATES t Om year by bmU $3 00 " Om yaar by .anise 00 aoetec tersas at aaaM pnrMtimM rate. AeWUsirg Rale, aa Apsdieatioa Sit SOUTH MAIN STREET. WATCH THE DATE Aftar your ana, rant w promptly, and not mlee number. Tha Postal regulations require aubacriptiona to ba paid in advance.. man who la at all handy can enamel tha fumitura In White. Flowered chlnti can be bought and curtain eas- ily made for tha windowa. "Nona of theaa thinra coat much money. Of couree, they all coat something, but no mora than a reas onably proaperoua farm ...

Publication Title: Daily Kentuckian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Kentuckian. — 11 May 1918

May 11. iMft DAILY KENTUCK1AN fAGl THREE ATTENTION! Sick Women To do your duty during these trying limes your health should be your first consideration. I hcse two women tell how they found health. I Icltam, V. " 1 took Lydla E. rinkham's Vr. etabl CoDiponnd for female troubles and din. 1 lacamcnt. 1 felt all rundown and was very weak. 1 had Iwrn treated by a physician without results. aodicldidtoplv Lydla K. I'lnkham's Vegetable Compound trial, and felt better rlj:ht away. I am keeping- house sine Uat April and doing all mr housework, where before I was unable to do any wort Lydla E. llnkham'a Vrg. table Compound U certainly the beat medicine a woman can dak when In thtscondltlon. I (rlre yon permission to publish this letter." Mrs. E. 11. (iuhumo, H. No. L Hellaro, pa. Iywcdl, Mich. " I suffered from rrampa and drainrlnir down r'n. Irregular and had femalo weak new and dUplaremont. I bemn to tike Lydla E. llnkham'a Veo table Compound wlilrh irave mn relief at onoa and restored my ...

Publication Title: Daily Kentuckian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Kentuckian. — 11 May 1918

rxcx TWO DAILY UNTUCKIAH Mar 11. 1918 . R. Clark & CVs T w tit vrxwv wwvm ft -I' !7 C:j Saturday and Monday Offerings (lead carefully each item. Why pay more when you eat every day? . S ean No. I si. Whltohous. Gooseberries ean. larg. six. , BUck Cherries. t $1.00 ean No. 3 Solid Pack T.matoe $105 ' cans No. 2H Solid Pack Tomato 05 cana No. 2 Solid Tack Tomatoes 75e I cane No. 8 Ly Hominy S5c 'I Cana Salmon, Whitting Brand BOe cana rood Corn 8oc I cana No. I Sugar Corn 0c .t pkg Seeded Raiaena I5e( 1 cana No. S Sugar BeaU BOc 4 cana Campbell- Soupa . 46e 3 cana Whole Asparagus t BOc ; 4 lbs. Fancy Evaporated Peach BOe ' I lb. Country Dried Apple ., BOc ,1 Ik Extra Fancy Prune BOc 3 lb. Fancy reeled Peachea . 85e . 1 lb Bent Assorted Cake 1 lb rtain Mixed Candy - 21 bar Good Laundry Soap 19 cana Light Houm Cleanaar , IT ban Kirk' Whit Floating Toilet Soap .... 1 art brit American Whit Cupa and Saucer 1 aet brt American Whit Dinner Plat Thi China Is worth 11.60 per aet lb Forbes Q...

Publication Title: Daily Kentuckian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Kentuckian. — 12 May 1918

DAILY KENTUCKIANI WEATHER. Sunday, shower aad AUTO SECTION PACES FOUR AND FIVE. i wannr. refill. ' DtablUhed 1879 VoL XL-Daily Vol. 1. No. 55 HOPKINSVILLE, KENTUCKY, SUNDAY, MAY 12, 1918. Price 3 Cents. . V EDITORIAL COMMENT MM Call 44 if ye) fail U get Ik Keatucaiaa fnmpilj. Aad if yea bars a new llta, abeae il la Ike CERMAN PROPAGANDA.. . Lieutenant Tat O'Brien, like Pri vate Teat and Sergt, Empey, ha had A contend with German propaganda wherever he haa con throughout the country. In fart, it ia known that German agents were lent ahead of Sergt Empey wherever he went to lecture, with view to starting imiduoua rumor in an effort to dis count the great message thia man wa delivering throughout the country. The aame ia believed to be true in the case of Lieutenant O'Brien. Hop kinsville people, therefore, need not be aurpriaed if the German propa gandist make hi appearance in their midit in an effort to discount the message that O'Brien will deliver. Lieutenant O'Brien ia the most ou...

Publication Title: Daily Kentuckian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Kentuckian. — 12 May 1918

rxcx TWO HOPKINSVILLC KENTUCKIAN Msy 12. Daily Kentuckian ftblished Every Morning Except Monday by CHAS. M. MEACHAM Editor, Chaa. M. Meacham, H. A. Robinson, Ass't Editor. teterd at th Hopkinsvill Post- tfflc Second Claas Mail Matter. Established aa Hopkinsvill Comer wtiv In 1866. Succeeded by Hop kinsvill Democrat 1876. Published M the South Kentuckian 1879 to JI89. From 1889 to 1917 as tri roakly Kentuckian. Fifty-sesead Year of Publication SUBSCRIPTION RATESi De year by esail $3 00 Dm year by tarrier 8.00 berter tersas at same proportionals , rates. Advertising Rates Application The Birthday Party By SUSAN CLAOETT 1 212 SOUTH MAIN STREET. WATCH THE DATE After your sot, renew promptly, and not miss ft number. The Postal regulations quire subscriptions to be paid in ftdvanc. KThu paper ha enlisted .iththc government in the ote of America for the fCziod of the war - OUR SERVICE FLAG Eg Italy has sent Gen. Foch 250,000 men for the reserve army to go to Serlin. eoo Gen. Maurice is abo...

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