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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Kentuckian. — 12 May 1918

ATTEND CHURCH TODAY : DR J. R. HILL The Several Churches Whose Announcements Appear 5 Below I ivite You To Attend Their Services. Strarg ers Ar Welcome. , VETERINARY SURGEON Office Percy Saulksoa's SubU. Ilopkinsville, Ky. Day I'hone 32. Night 1107 2 CROC ERS ATTACKED BY - BOND SHOCK TROOPS. earaslaister Presbyterian Church Rev. A. S. Anderson, Pastor. 9:30 m. m. Sunday School. 10:00 a. m. Woman's Bible Clam 10:00 a. m. Men's Bible CUm 11:00 a. m. Morning Service. : IS p. m. Christian Endeavor. 7:00 p. m. Evening Service. 7:00 p. m. Wednesday Prayer rvic First Pri bjrUriaa Church. Rsv. Chai.i Brevard, Pattor. U:S0 a. nu . Sunday School. 11:00 a. aT. Preachinf Service. 8:45 p. It. Christian Endeavor. 7:30 p. ns. Evening Service. 7 JO p. la. Wednesday Mid-week Vyer alaMTug. No pra4itig on third Sundays. , I i . Episcopal thurca, Sent. Br. 1... ris Powell, Pastor. L .80 l . m. Sunday School. 110:4 ,' s. m. Preaching Services. fc:SC l . m. Epworth League. :30 p. m. Preaching Service. 7:...

Publication Title: Daily Kentuckian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Kentuckian. — 12 May 1918

in Dodge Brothers j j CLOSED CAR ! : A Market That Steadily Renews Ifcelf It doe not look m though the market for thi car could ever be entirely satisfied. 5 That aounda like strange statement, but there ia a sound reason for making it. A ehortas-e haa continued, now. for two year and a half, in the faca of a larira and ateadjr increase P output. (Tha shortage may not b local, or aectional. or seasonal but it ia national, universal and continuous.) Unlimited production ia not consistent with Dodira Brothera acrupuloua methoda of manufacture. They mutt alwaya give to their car that over-care which tha public expect from them. It ia tha root, and tha eource. and tha reason for that eery ateadinera of demand wa are describing. They Vill never co beyond production point which might place their reputation in Jeopardy. A more remarkable recognition of merit on the part of the public it would be difficult to conceive. ' Every increase in production ia comfortably absorbed in an increased m...

Publication Title: Daily Kentuckian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Kentuckian. — 12 May 1918

m mm n i w vf a. y Jrr .- rM. , . . EXPERT WORK ONLY ia permissible on an automobile. Tht other kind more often harm than helpe. Our tnto repair aquipmtnt and oiperience Uad ni to suet that the next timt jrour car needs at tantion thia would b food placa In which U have tha work dona. attery Expert Battery Repairing WHAT A SIGHT an autoiat la after crawling from un der hia car atalled on aomo muddy road becauae of a breakdown which might hava been prevented of ha bad let a repair tha (mall damage la hia machine before starting out Don't 70a be caught that way aver again. 3 HOPK0NSV0LLIE AUTO COMPANY j SOUTH MAIN STREET OPEN DAY AND NIGHT PHONE 1010-1 HEW COHPM IS THRIVING AUTOMOBILE CONCERN DOES ALMOST UNPRECEDENTED BUSINESS IN HOPKINSVILLE. The Christian A Todd Serrice Co. waa incorporated last September by several trading businesa men of Hop kinsville and Clarksville and at onoe secured the airenry fur three popu lar makea of automobiles Tha Chev rolet, the Hudson ami the Saxon. O...

Publication Title: Daily Kentuckian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Kentuckian. — 12 May 1918

Radford & Johnson LI x ( INCORPORATED Don't miss seeing Beldhig Bros. & Company's $50,000 Reel "THE SILKEN ROMANCE" Scenes taken in Japan and America. Hard colored. Latest Paris and New York styles in silk costumes. Will be shown Monday afternoon, PRINCESS THEATRE, MONDAY, MAY 13TH. Secure your ticket free at our store. We are on the same day making a special feature of Famous Belding's Silks t X X i I REAL ESTATE We will tell you a (arm 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 (arms in our hands for sale. Can give possession of a very fine, well im proved farm if sold quickly. Price reasonable. 2G5 acres I i miles of Fairvlew on rural route. Well im proved and well watered, about 70 acres of fin bottom land. A bargain at f0.0O0.00. Terms reasonable. 2X) acrea 5 miles southwest of Hopkinsville on pike, well im proved...

Publication Title: Daily Kentuckian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Kentuckian. — 12 May 1918

May it, i tit. DAILY KENTUCK1AN j HARDWICK 5 Really manufactures jewel- ry right here in Hopkins- ville. None of the usual S sending away. One day service guaranteed on any special job. The same is true of the op- 5 tical department. We can Z grind any lens ever worn 5 in our shop in Hopkinsville. 5 I LOOK FOR THE NAME 1 Z R. C HARDWICK j STILL AT THE SAME OLD STAND HOPKINSVILLE OWENSBORO I i HIS JOB TO BANDAGE WOUNDED HOUSES To ALL Those who appreciate good Banking Service We Offer Our Facilities Bank of Hopkinsville J. E. McPHERSON, President. CIIAS. F. McKEE. Cashier. L. II. DAVIS, Vice-President II. L. McPHERSON, Asst. Cashier. High Class fV STATIONERY D to Create a VL vJsfi? Impressionl ti p) I. The Very Latest Styles It's an old. old aaytng that the people you writ to often Judg you by your stationery. And there Is a great deal of truth tn the fact that stationery can ba so chosen as to reflect the best of Judgment and taste. Stationery suitable for one occasion may be entirel...

Publication Title: Daily Kentuckian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Kentuckian. — 12 May 1918

FAG! EIGHT w w w w w -w w w 5 PRINCESS MONDAY Julian Eltinge , The world greatest feminine Impersonator. Everyon it talking about thi greatest of new screen stsrs. Famoua on th stage in "Th Fascinating "Widow" and "Tha Crinolina Girl." In hit popular screen aucccaa TleCleYerMri. Carfax Unique, Novel, Captivating REX TOMORROW w w Roy Stewart With cast of frontier favor Itea, in "The Medicine Man" A stirring adventure story of tha gold country. Staged in tht wonderful Santa Monica Mts. ALSO A BOOMERANG FRAME-UP A mirthful film frolic that'a a cream. PRINCESS TUESDAY Alice Brady IN "THE TRAP" ALSO "HIS SMASHING CAREER." Billia Weat and other favoritea in a Fox Sumhine comedy in 2 acta. ) HEAL ESTATE DEAL yt. A. P'POOL BUYS R. L. HORN FARM NEAR LAFAYETTE. Mr. R. L. Horn ha aold to Wiley A. P'Pool hia farm of 251 acres near LaFayette at $70 an acre, a $17 C07 deal. Mr. Horn in turn ha bought Mr. P'Pool' residence proper ty on Jetup avenue. The exchange of nrnnertiea will take olara on Ju...

Publication Title: Daily Kentuckian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Kentuckian. — 14 May 1918

.jminnm rimi.. Til JHh END DAILY KENTUGKI AN J "CR EATER HOPKINS- VILLE WANTS YOU." ' WEATHER. STaeeday, fair and warm-J tr. Established f J879 Vtl f XL-Daily Vol. 1. No. 56 HOPKINSYILLE. KENTUCKY, TUFSDAY, MAY 14, 1918. Price 3 Centi. a 1 rnfTnoiiii rnmmir ? L TTHP LvllUniHL UUIVILIU : l ONI ,Y FIG NG nil Call 449 If r fall f lk fCewtwckiaa prsfaplly. An J If yew bave a aewe item, phone It to Ike Thee two Hopkinavill patriot rhtl Redd and I'attua Whit should hav been on tho committee) to wtU com Surgeon General Blue to Louis Tin Saturday. ooo " Tho Ruaaian woman who headed tho "Battalion of Death." who oo apd through Siberia to Japan and ha arrived on the Pacific Coaat la headed for Franc to Under her r vice a a warrior. Approximately 40 per rent of the in the United Bute now liaUd In Claaa 1 will b called to th color thi year. Th total number avail able, S.tlS,5,haa boon mad pub lie by Provost Marshal General Crwdr. - V. ,0 Four hundred o1dir at Camp Taylor have been designated to...

Publication Title: Daily Kentuckian
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Kentuckian. — 14 May 1918

Mir 14. tt1 rxc two DAILY atfilUVCtlAJf Daily Kcntuckian fut)luhd Ery Kornlnf Except Monday by CHAS. M. MEACHAM Editor, Chaa. M. Meachera, tt. A. Robinson, Ass'. Editor. Entered at the noDklnsrille Poas- afflc aa 8coBd CUm Mail Matt. established aa Hopkinsrin. Conser vative to I860. Succeeded by Ho klnsvilla Democrat 1876. Publiahad k. Snnih Kanluckian 187V to 1889. From 1889 to 1917 aa tri weekly Kentuckiaa. r(ty4 Taar ef PaWMaaU SUBSCRIPTION RATESi Dm y-r br as.ll Dm rr f aarrUr faerie teress al aaaa sroeteae ratoe. AeWUstrg Rataa aa AaaUaaUaa Sit SOUTH MAIN STREET. WATCH THE DATE Aftar yoor Ban, renew promptly, and not enlaa awnber. Tha Postal regulations Mouin nibaeriptiona to ba paid la edvsnee. iMDcrhasenliatej the government in the fcause of America for the period of the war- OUR SERVICE FLAG Mother's day 'waa clrd San day at Camp Zachary Taylor, where tha supply of 10,000 earnations was ' quickly exhausted. 000 Kronen troops on the Flanders front again Improved their positio...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Kentuckian. — 14 May 1918

Ma Inlaid .. May 14. IfHfl Lwccrnii- in jhe end - . DON'T RAISE BUGS. The greatest enemy to th truth r whit potato ta th (tripod or Col orado potato beetle. It Injuries po tato mora than all other thin to gether.' It la on tho Jump from tho timo th r-otatoes romo through tha ground until they aro dug. It Uvea ver tho winter aa an adult In tho trash and aoil about tho old potato patch. They aro now out depositing thoir arm on tho little potatoes and oatinr tha leaves and stems. It ia not hard to control thla inaect by spraying, but It ia vary difficult if one doe not spray. Tha sprsymg ahoold bo dono aa followa: Taria Oroon or araonato of lead ia all right, but araonato of lead will not Injur tho' leave and K will atay on long r. . Either of the apraya can bo put on hi dry or liquid form. To PP'y In dry form: take cheese j"tloth and put into it soma dry Parie First Annual SALE OF JERSEY CATTLE By Kentucky Pure-Bred Live Stock Association ' At the Fair Grounds, Hopkiiuville, Ky. TUESD...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Kentuckian. — 14 May 1918

PACE TWO DAILY UfrrUCKIAN May 14, 1918 EXTRA SPECIALPRINCESS THURSDAY & FRIDAY "THE KAISER-THE BEAST OF BERLIN" An amazing pictorial revelation of the "Inside Life and Affairs of the Kaiser." Instructing vivid and an elaborate picturization that convincingly drives home the true state of affairs in the "Imperial German Palace in Berlin." A comprehensive masterful, and merciless expose of Intrigue and Infamy, that grips like vise, from beginning to end. THE PRICE OF ADMISSION WILL BE 25c TO EVERYBODY. WAR TAX 3c MATINEE. AND NIGHT. r" A BIG SALE OF . f PRINCESS TODAY fab-;-.4 war Vt S IM i' Oinl. . .. a bux Advert " U; V .:.. ; ' 7 Do tluir Styleplu i C $21 o:ulS:5 to the Jury ... time they :'y '!' CSt ;nr:.i for the u That i ih? urrr-"f iu it" ccrt-in t:nirv i up C(.'(, r.r. .. vc tl.: '. .it--.!! j ...i.:c 321 tailor t!.-- t! '. 'i i'Vi idea c(.ntai;t! ,.:" ! Hy conct wafn-n if' : '",r- mous r ot.r: 1 !! cf tlnthitii,-. ., ' ; : I'-ice style ai.d i-i : V ' " t poi: i'.'.- CU'l....

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Kentuckian. — 15 May 1918

DAILY .KEHTTTCkiSlSi r4t WEATHER. J. J' Wturtn -nwiirn J VILL WANTS YOU." 2 Wednesday, fair anil 5 warmer. . at Established 1879 Vol XU-Daily Vol. 1. No. 57 HOPKINSVILLE, KENTUCKY, WEDNESDAY, MAY 15, 1918. Price 3 Centi i . EDITORIAL GQHHEUT I '' " CM 44 If r fall to gel the BwMtaaiaa) aewesatlv. Aad If you have a mvi tti. pkeae it to the tease aeiber. VlRATITUDE. Th public generally feela iuclf vary much Indebted to the Woman', Conrmittre of tha Council of Nation al rVfenA for the rare, privilege of an eJartumly to hear tha celebrated Uetarer, Lieut Pat O'Brien, at the Tabernacle Monday night. Comment pen the lecture, IndiraUa that every body we very much delighted with the aoldier'a atory. Numeroua calla mm all over the county came yee- terday to Hiaa Jennie Glaaa by tola- bona from peraona who heard the atory. expressing their gratitude to the Woman'! Committee for having krought tha apeaker to Hopklnsville, and a bo pledging themaelvee to do more and greater thinga for onr eold ...

Publication Title: Daily Kentuckian
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Kentuckian. — 15 May 1918

Mr V I91H Daily Kentuckian fsbliahed Every Morning Iieept Monday by CIIA8. M. M EACH AM Editor, Cha. M. Meaeham, H. A. Robinson, Aaa't Editor. Catered at th Hopktnsvlll Post erne aa Second CUaa Mail Matter. Established aa Hopklnsvill Coneer vaUve In 1866. Succeeded by Hop slnsvllle Democrat 187S. Publiahed aa the Boat a Kantaekian 1879 to 1880. rrom 1888 te 1917 aa tA- woekly Kantaekian. riftyeeceeWI Year of PaUkakUav SUBSCRIPTION RATES i Dm yaar by bmU $3-00 Oh aaar by center 8 00 barter teraM at aaaM aeoawcUowate rale. AdvertJsira Rate aa AawUeatlea SIS SOUTH MAIN STREET. WATCH THE DATE After your ana, renew promptly, and not aiiaa number. Tb. Povtal regulations ewiuir. ubeription to ba paid la I vane. Thu paper hat enjirted tvtththe government in the catrpe of America tor the period of the war OUR SERVICE FLAG LINOTYPE OPERATOR WANTED! Tha Kentuckian will need a rood linotypa operator on or about May 26th or Juno 15th, aa Its merhaniat-operator ia in tha ralia on thoae date. Mutt...

Publication Title: Daily Kentuckian
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Kentuckian. — 15 May 1918

STEAM MATCHES CHICKS. (Be IsUesatleael Hews Service.) Khamnkin, Pa., May 13. Believ. Ins they rould hatch chickena without the of a hen or Incubator, pumps men In a. lorl colliery placed 1 8 eires in a tottanfilled box banaath tha even-temperaturedteam plpra. 12 chicken war the results. EVER THINNING RANKS. (Bf lalerastloaal News Savvies.) Pottevllle. Pa., May 11. Of tha battalion of 830 Pennslyvania First Defendera who occupied tha natioaal capital on April 1ft, 1861, thara are but 35 Burvlvors. Only eight of the were abla to attend tha reonion here thia year. t 1 tl ------ i n Radford & Johnson REAL ESTATE Wt will tell you a farm in Christian and adjoin' fog counties. We know the farm lands of this community and i 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 possession of a very fine, well im proved farm if sold quickly. Price reasonable 2G5 acres 1 1 mile...

Publication Title: Daily Kentuckian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Kentuckian. — 15 May 1918

DAILY KINTVCMAN My 15. 1918 CHiCACO MARKETS. (Furnished by Whitfield Bros., Odd Fellow Bldg.) " May 14, ISIS. . Corn ' Open. High. Law CIom Mar ....127H 117 127 127 Jul? ....145 146 143 141 Oat ' May 74 ' 7 74 74 Joly ' 67 65 .- Pork Joly ......44 80 44.85 43.65 43 86 Joly 25.10 25.15 24.76 24.76 Lard July 23.J0 23.80 23.37 23.37 inly 26 46 26.45 25.70 25.86 EXTRA SPECIAL PRINCESS TOMORROW & FRIDAY "THE KAISER-THE BEAST OF. BERLIN" Ribe Oct 25.60 26.60 25.02 25.10 Dm 25.47 25.47 24 95 25.08 Lib 4.... 07.70 08 00 Lib 4 4 8 8 Loaiaville Live Slack. Cattle RaecipU 150, steady, cfcanged. Hoc Racaipta 1800; 6e and 10c higher; topa 117.65. Sheep RercipU 60; active, ahear td 13e; ipring Umba 22c Princess Today EiVIILY ;STEVENS " Wrtnli3 KlVtcknia-'imir- versatile favorile In Outwitted" A breezy and clever play in which a select cant of flan including Earl Fox, Frank Currier, Paul Everton and Kicca Allen appear. A snappy alory of thrill, excitement and novelty. PRINCESS SATURDAY NORMA T...

Publication Title: Daily Kentuckian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Kentuckian. — 16 May 1918

DAILY KENTUCKIAN $ a "v -GREATER HOPKINS. VILLE WANTS TOO." i I Established 1879 Vol XL-Daily Vol. 1. No. 58 HOPKINSVILLE, KENTUCKY, THURSDAY, MAY 16, 1918. Price 3 Cents NCH LI ADVANCED ID1T0RIAL COMMENT j m I WEATHER. , J Thursday fair and sts- tionary femperalur. RE MES Cad 44 If ye, fall to tl th t Kewtachiaa preasplly. Aad II fee kae a- new Ilea, phoae II to the Mayflold haa raised tha dog U eens from $1 to 12.60. OOO Tha comptroller of currency iaauad !! for tha conditio of all national anks at tha cloaa of business on May 10. Maj. Gen. Msurice, flred from of fie in England, haa bcom a re porter for tha London Daily Chron ic I. Tha Tadurah Sun ssys local looao floor handled 100,000 pounds of to bare In one day. Hopkinevill beat that sia to one. Tha Rhodes truateea hav decid ed to poet pone again the elections to scholarships, which normally would take place next falL Candidates elig ible for 191 1 may compete in 1919. With th rapture by the Germans of Roetov-oa the Hon, th ene...

Publication Title: Daily Kentuckian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Kentuckian. — 16 May 1918

My 1. 1918 PACK Tw DAILY KEWTUCKUK DAILT KZNTVCKIAN jpa7y Kentuckian fHUh.d Every Morning Iieept Monday by CHAS. M. MCACRAM Editor, Chaa. M. Meeehara, H. A. Robinson, An t Editor. Kntered at tha Hopkmevlll. Poet ffice m Baeoad Claaa MaU Matter. a--t.ii-v...J nf.VltiaviIta ConmmT PMWIWIIVU ,....-- ---- TmtiTa in I860. Succeeded by Hop- . . ... T-1.1 ..U.J tus-vtlls Uemoers ibis. i"m a tha South Kentuckian 179 U .... . . . 1 1119. rrora is v akty Kentuckian. Fifty Year of PehliMUew. Patriotic Entertainment to be Given by the Virginia Street School At TABERNACLE TONIGHT 8 P. 1YU BENEFIT JUNIOR RED CROSS AND SCHOOL ADMISSION Adults 25c; Children 15c. SUBSCRIPTION RATES i dmimW a Om mi by sorrier Shorter taw at - aeooevttewete AWtiirs Rt AooUeatle SIS SOUTH MAIN STREET. WATCH THE DATE Aftar your name, rcnaw promptly, and not miss number. Tha Poatal refutation require subscriptions to b paid l advance. 3 r.Thu L.ihthe cure fteriod i vivcrhu enlisted government in the ; of America for the ...

Publication Title: Daily Kentuckian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Kentuckian. — 16 May 1918

1 May in, mm "Sea 'Gels-It' Peel Off This Corn." tears Tha Too m Smooth m tho Palm of Your Hand. l never irrliatoa ilel-li" an DAILY KCNTUCKIAN ' two erope t.l E me corn.n aaMly y.a .aa ml 't vanlnh tb corn rtjclat SWrrTuriiT ununurMT wxauawoaaatae-sno rviwiwnK. Ill LATEST FAD WITH GIRL1, (By Interaalkoaal Newt Servtae.) Camp Devena, Mans., May II. The "aweetheart monument" at thia rantnnment ia rininar by leap and hound. Every girl who haa a wet hrart mon tha troop, her ia aup pocd to add "Roeit of Love" to the monument. Aa tha girla pan Uia can tonment they aelert a good-died ton a and carry it to tha monument site, where they heavs K onto tha pile. It la expected that before the war enda a tremendoua monument of Love' will be rained here. "A Splendid tonic " Sajt Hiisoa Uij Wo, On Do again a m a. lor I Adnct, look UrM And Ia Now WtO. PACE THREE MWafaM.M'ibb"pMioCW Off With Vane n... ..A .W ere aaln-frea ani happr. with lha arnoodi and rorn-free aa year palm, fiaia.1t" la tha onlr...

Publication Title: Daily Kentuckian
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Kentuckian. — 16 May 1918

PACK FOUK DAILY EEIfTVCZlAN Msy 1A. 191 PRINCESS TO-OAT AND FRIDAY. The Kalee. the ImiI ef Berk." THE STORY. By EIHett J. Claweea. Summer 1914 and tha world was at peace love and friendship ruled the glad business of every dar. Cod looked down from Heaven ana wa pleased. Can tit breete fanned tha swaying Adda of grain; tha world hammed with the pleasing aoand of beea and birda and laughing girla. Marrae, the blacksmith of Loovam, waa a mighty man. Thla man. Mar eaa. lived in faith and lore and friendship, and. by tha aweat of hia brow, had won peace and prosperity. There waa another man who lived in a palace in Berlin. Ha waa twice klnr. eighteen timea dake. twice a prince, nine timea a count beaidoi being a bishop William of Hone lollrrn, Kinc of Prussia, Emperor of Germany. The blacksmith of. Lou vain waa better man than tha Hohentollern. The blacksmith owned bat two salts of clothes, one for work and one for the Sabbath. The Kaiser owned three hundred and sixty-six. August l'H. a...

Publication Title: Daily Kentuckian
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Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Kentuckian. — 17 May 1918

4 I ' WrVTHER. J j Friday, fair and warm- GREATER HOPKINS. J VILLE WANTS YOU." 7 Y Established 1379 Vol. XU-Dily Vol. 1. No. 59v HOPKINSVILLE, KENTUCKY, FRIDAY, MAY 17, 1918. Price 3 CenU . DAILY KENTUGKI AN UITORIil COMMENT C. 449 II yew e get the KeotnckUa promptly. And if ye . bsve a sewa item, phone H to la President Wilson will open the Red CrM campaiirfi for next week with a f i7 New York. Saturday niicht ooo Scrgt Frank Baylies, of New Bed ford, Mum., la getting Hun plana ayamioet every day aince he got hit hand rln. He haa bagged nine in all and two since Tuesday. James Gordon Bennett died with ootonfiding to some of us the se creT of being able to run news paper la A merits and live In ' Europe. eas Much trouble is being experienced In getting a Jury fet Ewardsrille. III., to try. some red-blooded Americans reused of lynching a Germsn sus pected or disioysity. "Ancrmuen mors rill be experienced in getting any Jury to convict them. The airplane mail service between New York ...

Publication Title: Daily Kentuckian
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Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Kentuckian. — 17 May 1918

tan v vaamarviaai PACE TWO DAILT KENTUCKIAI PaYy Kentuckian Jit the Princess Jo-day fabllahed Eeery Morning Except Monday bf CnAS. M. MEACHAM IKOLB&HOWE i I mt n - IF 1 Editor, Chaa. M. Meaeham, H. A. Robinson, Ase't Editor. Kntared at the Hopkinseille Poet ffiea aa Second CUm Mail Matter. letablished as Hopkinarllle Coneer retire in 1866. Succeeded by Hop fcinaeille Democrat 1876. Published a tha South Kenfackisn 1879 to 1(89. From 1889 to 1917 aa tri weekly Kentnckian. fiflr aeeead Yoar of raUicatiaw. SUBSCRIPTION RATES i Oh f' ay Mil $1.00 it., rear by earrler. ...... . 1.00 hwrter t.n-s at mm yreaerttaaata rales. I Jeertitlrf Ralaa aa ApalUatlaa III SOUTH MAIN STREET. WATCH TIIE DATE After yoar mt, renew promptly, and not mlaa number. Tha Portal reg-ulationi require aubacriptiona to bo paid in tjvanea. Thii paper hat enlisted tvith the government in the cause of America for the period of the war OUR SERVICE FLAG mm LINOTYPE OPERATOR WANTEDI Tha Kenturkian will ntd good linot...

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