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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Kentuckian. — 17 May 1918

DAILY KEftTUOttAN FACE THREE May 17. 1018 X it i COMING ROBT. L. RUSSELL DRAMATIC SHOW UNDER CANVAS NEW PLAYS PEOPLE SCENERY PEOPLE . " 1 7 I -30. ALL NEXT WEEK Beginning MONDAY, f MAY 20 I MB. LOCATED AT SIXTH AND CLAY STS. 1 To ALL Those who appreciate good Banking Service We Offer Our Facilities Bank of Hopkinsville j. e. Mcpherson, rrcskicnt. CHAS. F. McKEE, Cashier. L. II. DAVIS, Vice-PrrtiJenL II. L. McPHERSON, Ant. Cashier. U1ERG0 G li wm T 7 . with m yvClH frVi f SMILE lVSw worth JuhZVmwS WeCanMakeYourShavingEasier Shaving In the modem way with modrn utensils ts a real pleasure rather than a nuisance. However, even some of the latest shaving' 'devices are not a bltf tmprovement over the .old. But we are In position to Know which are the most worthy, as we have had an opportu nity to Investigate them alL :We tender you a roost hearty Invitation to Inspect cur worthy assortment of raxors trops hones blades brushes soaps tn all forms boo thing olntments-etc. i J. DRUGGIST I J F...

Publication Title: Daily Kentuckian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Kentuckian. — 17 May 1918

FACE FOUR DAILY UNTUCK I AN M.iy 17. I91S TO BIER BOYS OF 21 TIME NEAR AT HAND WHEN AN. OTHER MILLION WILL QUAL I FT 304 IN CHRISTIAN. It la eetimatod that mora than 100 young men in Christian county hav bwomi 21 years of age alnea tha draft regiatration of a year a (TO and will be required to tnroll on tb booka of America'! selective army next month. Chairman C. R. Clark and tha member of th local ademp tion board epeet that many to rg krter. Tha data, whila not daflnitaly aat by tha Preeident, will probably ba June i, ona year after tha regia tration of 11T. Tha new regiatration will ba con ducted by tha ademption board abso lutely without coat or expense ta tha government, tha etata or tha county. Heretofore, draft regiatration haa been held at voting precinct at big expense to tha atata. Thia lima, all registrant will call at tha court house and will regiater in tha office of tha local board. Tha trouble and cxpenaa of placing vote bootha in condition for tha regiatration will b...

Publication Title: Daily Kentuckian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Kentuckian. — 18 May 1918

DAILY KENTUCKIAN 'GREATER HOf KINS- J VILLE WANTS YOU." I Saturday warm and prob- ably showsr. 5 ;. Established 1879 Vol. XL-Daily Vol. 1. No. 60 H0PKINSV1LLE, KENTUCKY, SATURDAY, MAY 18, 1918. Trice 3 Cents (a WEATHER. J I. EDITORIAL COMMENT ! Call 44t if fN fall to fat lb KeateckUa areeaptly. Aad U yoa have iteaa, kM H to to Speaking of railroad milkshakes, .Jr-ecalla a etensa from lone forgotten hS?.. "The t.lttla Brown Jug." Jf 1 had a cow that would giv such milk, I'd cloth her in tha finest silk, I'd fd her on the beat of hay, And milk her forty timea day, ' Hal ha! ha! you and ma, I Llttl tia can don't I lava the. - Tha third boad loan haa paased tha ' four billion mark. Nowa cornea that Private Peat la a father. A daughter waa bora la . Chicago wlay Uth. A awing brldg over tha Suet canal haa been finished affording di rect railroad connection between Cal ' r and Jerusalem. -" Farmer In the west of Ireland, according to reports reaching Lon don, hav decided to allow cattle U ...

Publication Title: Daily Kentuckian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Kentuckian. — 18 May 1918

FACE FOUR fACK TWO DAILY KENTUCK1AN Mar I. 191 pail if Kentuckian Published Every Mornlnf Except Monday be CHA8. M. HEACHAM Editor, Chae. M. Meaeham, H. A. Robinson, Aai't Editor. KEPT HER AWAKE The Terrible Pains ia Back ui SUtu CaxJuJ Cave Relief. Entered at the Hopkinsvtlle Post. fflca a Second Claai Mail Matter. Established aa Hopkiranrille Conser- tJaaville Democrat 117. Published aa tha Sonth Kenluckiaa 187 to 1119. From 18R to 101T aa trt sreeklv Etntwkiaa. riHr Toot e PaHtott . SUBSCRIPTION RATES i Om rr be asall U-M Om r' b sanise IMm Imm at sasse SM.eeeti.nale ste. AdvsrtMrf Rates e AepttsoUon SIS SOUTH MAIN STREET. WATCH THE DATE Aftat vtmr mama, ranaw promptly, and not iniaa number. Tba Postal rofuiauont teqaire subscriptions U be paid ta advance. . . S Thu paper has enlisted With the gprernment in the Ctvcte of Amnc tor trie period of the vyor OUR SERVICE FLAG Marktrine, Li. Mrs. Alice lob of Ala placa, write "For one year I suffered wllh aa Iwful misery In my back aad ...

Publication Title: Daily Kentuckian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Kentuckian. — 18 May 1918

DAILY RERTUCKrAN .. PACE THREE May 1R. 1018 OIL COOK STOVES Be sure to see our oil cook stoves before purchasing. We carry the j j brated Quick Meal and Blue Ribbon Stoves. OUR PRICES ARE RIGHT The Home of the Majestic THE OFFICIAL STOVE DOCTORS Let us repair your stove or range. FORBES MFG- CO. Incorporated Phone 249 Phone 249 I................!.!..- -- To ALL Those who appreciate good Banking Service We Offer Onr Facilities "BILLY" SUNDAY'S PRAYER. : (Delivered before th. Hons of Representative.) Bank of Hopkinsville J. E. McPHEKSON, PietdenL CI IAS. F. McKEE, Cashier. L H. DAVIS, Vke-rretki.nL !L L, McrilERSON, Aaat. Cuhler. Rev. William A. Sunday, evange list, offered th. following prayer: Almighty Cod our Heavenly Fath er, we thank The. and rejoice that through faith in The. and Thy word thia government was built upon that foundation. We thank Thee that th. compact signed In th. cabin f the Mayflower by our ancestors waa for democracy, liberty, freedom, and th. right to worship...

Publication Title: Daily Kentuckian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Kentuckian. — 18 May 1918

FACE roUK DAILY KCNTUCKlAlf MirK 1918 MAJOR-CUNNINGHAM. Mr. and Mr. Geo. L Cunalngham haee announced the approaching mar riaira of thalr daughter, Mary Bailie to Mr. Seldon Trimble' Major, which will taka place at tha Cunningham homo, two mil wart of towa, on Tuesday evening. May 28th, at aight o'clock. Cadii Record. YESTERDAY'S CASUALTIES. Tha American casualty lit yeater day contained 10S names. Kentuek an died of wound. S ware wounded and one la mieaing. Tha totrt dead waa 26. wounded 72 and missing S. Eyaa tested, lenaaa ground. BARDWICC TRY HILL'S HOME-ROASTED COFFEE. ROASTED DAILY AND DELIVERED TO YOU ANYWHERE IN THE CITY AT ANY TIME. COSTS NO MORE, BUT IS BETTER. PHONE 300. HOPKINSVILLE COFFEE AND TEA COMPANY. First Annual SALE OF JERSEY CATTLE u m By Kentucky Pure-Bred Live Stock Association ! At the Pair Grounds, Hupkimvillr, Ky. TUESDAY, MAY 21, 1918, 12:30 O'CLOCK. Z 75 Head 67 Females Selected From the Best Herds of Christian County. 2 CONSIGNORS. 5 M. E. Boales, T. A. K...

Publication Title: Daily Kentuckian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Kentuckian. — 19 May 1918

r : WEATHER. Bunilay, partly cloudy. i DAILY KENT ,,sM; CREATE! HOf KINS. 1 VILLE WANTS TOU - M V Established 1879 Vol. XL-Daily Vol. 1. No. 61 HOPKINSVILLE, KENTUCKY, SUNDAY, MAY 19, 1918. Price 3 CenU UCKIAN V ! EDITORIAL COMMENT 4 " Cal 44t if yM fail to tt Iks KnlMklt, preens'tlr. Asd if ye have sews I lam, phase it !e iIm THE DEATH OF RESNATI. Th machine la which Capt An tonio Resnati waa killed Friday was not an Amarican mad biplane. It waa an Italian mad Caproni, brought Into thia country few day ago and assembled by Italian mechanic. It "aide alipped" when the Italian at tempted to make turn too aoon after leaving the ground. One wing atnick the Held and the craft overturned, falling upon the aviator and crush ing him to death. Investigation of the accident by a board of army airplane officers, show ed that there waa nothing; at fault with the construction or assembling of the biplane. A rough spot on the ground from which the flight started the Inquiry board stated, slowed ...

Publication Title: Daily Kentuckian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Kentuckian. — 19 May 1918

DAILY UlfTUCKlAN Mr 19. 1918 PACK TWO Daily Kentuckian fabliaJied. Ever Moraine Eseept Monday by CHAS. M. HCACHAM Editor, Chas. M. Meaeham, H. A. Robinson, Ass"t Editor. Entered at the Hopkinsville Poet fflce M Second CUM Mail Matter. Established aa Hopkinsville Conser vative In 186U. Sureeeded by Hop Unsville Democrat J7. Published m tha South Keniuckisn 17 ta 1189. Krom 1889 to 117 aa W veekjv Kentuckian. rifty-Mcaad Yeer faMteatt . SUBSCRIPTION RATES i Co vear b ail Om yaar by carrier og (Wsrtar twm at aaaia naasrllssiato rate. AaWtuii Ralaa aa AaslUaltoa) IIS SOUTH MAIN STREET. WATCH THE DATE After your ana, renew promptly, and not nlaa nomber. Tha IVrtal refulaUons require subscriptions to ba paid la advance. True nmrr Hal enlisted Kthc government in the ree of America tor the period of the war OUK SERVICE FLAG LINOTYPE OPERATOR WANTEDI The Kentuckian will need rood linotype operator on or about May 25th or June 15th, aa its mechanist-operator la in the calls on thoaa dates. Mu...

Publication Title: Daily Kentuckian
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Kentuckian. — 19 May 1918

May 19. 1918 PAGE THREE Firsi Annual SALE OF JERSEY CATTLE -r . .... ?'." 1 V' ' j&hfl m Endless Rales and Regulations of Dral Kmwn to One Utile G.rl--"Major Billy" By EDNA HUBER CHURCH. 1-5 By Kentucky Pure-Bred Live Stock Association At the Fair Grounds, Hopkinsville, Ky. TUESDAY, MAY 21, 1918, 12:30 O'CLOCK. 75 Ileid 67Fema.es Selected From the Beit Herds of Christian Conntj. CONSIGNORS. M. E. Hoalee, T. A. King. J. D. Claggett. H. H. Lawton, O. C. Courtney, J. F.' Maeon. Albert J. Culver, Roy Miller, W. T. Daugh- J erty, Ueo. Mlmnn, W. fc. forty. E. A. Morris, J. C. Gary Son, Sam Morris, R. G. Oary, W. L. Parker, R. H. 0ry, C H. Stows. J. E. Ooseett. O. II. Stowe, J. W. Keeling, J. H. White. M. F. J Winfrey Any one In the market fur freah cows, springers or a car load a of young heifers, from treat producing families, or a tew bulla of choice breeding, ahouki attend this aale. SALE COMMITTEE T. A. KING, E. A. MORRIS, J. F. MASON, J. E. GARY, C. L DADE. " For Catalogue apply ...

Publication Title: Daily Kentuckian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Kentuckian. — 19 May 1918

. rtntirriii May 19. 1918 LADY POLICE Of MILITARY CAMPS ARE DOING THEIR BIT TO HELP WIN WAR. I ' (By tateeaatieaal New facrleo.) Br Edaa Haber Chorea. Washington. May IT. Lady Po lice have become an old story. Lady police for military timpi ere net to widely known, however. Bet there ro lady police for tho miliUry camp and their work la to look after tho young girl who liv near tho eimjn, Miaa Maodo E. Minor io tho rhiof of thoao lady polico. Upon her ahouWor a hoad of tho committed on uprotee tion work for young girl of tho Womana Council of National Defame falli tho work of shleldinf tho young girhj of tho country from too much lure of uniform and braaa button. Of course, it U a very diplomatic ort of work that Mia Miner ha to do. It Isn't at all her duty to at tempt to make tho life of the totdler colorlaas and without tho company of the opposite Mt Mlai Miner ha not aa part of her work any attempt to cast pall over tho enthusiasm and oiuberance of military men and tho admiration...

Publication Title: Daily Kentuckian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Kentuckian. — 21 May 1918

-to. l WEATHF.H. t J Tuesday, showers. ,..........;......! DAILY KENT.UCKIAN 4 a; 'CREATER HOPKINS- J VILLE WANTS YOU." DublUhed 1879 Vol XL-Daily Vol. 1. No. 62 HOPKINSVILLE, KENTUCKY, TUESDAY, MAY 21. 1 J 18. Price 3 Cent ram com 7 Tb Hun art st'U busy fighting th non-cornhatrut of Ruaaia afur signing a pee'.e treaty. Th Rd Croaa driv for Chriatian county will b mad Thursday and ridy, to raiaa f 13,000 or mora. Up to Saturday 61 r of berric tiad been shipped at Bowling Green and aold for 1122.000. Tha Irish ara brav and hsrolc people and Americana hv always sympathised with them In their do aire for fuller freedom, but Oils la a time when there la no mora room In Ireland for tha 8inn Feiners than there la In America for tha L W. W. Tha Oweiuboro Newa haa declared war on Congressman D. H. Kinchel e Iboraaaa ha declined to appoint Re publican boy to the Wen Po'nt eadet hlp, a pUca sought after by many democratic boys. Whj the place ia net a )MUUcal one, ri . a eustott almost fo-vena...

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

DAILY sUrTTVCKIAJf Mar 21. 1918 FACE TWO Daily Kentuckian Pabliahed Every Morning Ezcpt Monday by CHAS. M. M EACH AM Editor, Cnae. M. Moacham, H. A. Robinson, Ass't Editor. Cntered at the Hopklneville Poet fee M Second CUaa Mall Metter. CeUbliahed aa Hopkinsville Conser veUve In 1866. Succeeded by Hop kinsville Democret 187S. Published a the Booth Ksntuckian 1ST U IMS. From IMS to 117 M tri weekly Kentuckiaa. fifty ee.oai d Tear al Pahtloatioow SUBSCRIPTION RATES i .On rr by Dm year by eerrier S.Ot lUrtar Imm at aana pi.sMiaae rate. Aareertleirg Rataa aa ApvtiaatWa tit SOUTH MAIN STREET. WATCH THE DATE Aftar yosr um, rensw promptly, and not miss nombar. Tba Postal regulation require fubacriptiona ta ba paid In advance. period OUR SERVICE FLAG $ S LINOTYPE OPERATOR WANTED I Tha Kantnckian will need a good linotype operator an or aboot May 25th or June 16th, aa ita mechaniat-operator la In tha calU on thoaa date. Moat. ' .ba abla to car for hta awn m- , china and man who ia a good pri...

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

TO MEET AT ATtAffTA. SIGNALS FROM A SUBMARINE I OIL COOK STOVES Be sure to see our oil cook stoves before purchasing. We carry the Celebrated Quick Meal and Blue Ribbon Stoves. OUR PRICES ARE RIGHT The Home of the Majestic THE OFFICIAL STOVE DOCTORS Let us repair your stove or range. FORBES MFG CO. Incorporated Phone 249 Phone 249 I 11 01 oprinirs, xri.i mmj im 'nt convention ef the Bouthora Baa Itlst rharrfa wiH b heM la AtUnU, C.., hflnnltif Welredee after Ui. second Bandar In May, 11. ac- roritinK I. report of th. committee I on tlm. and place, mad. bile tor. To ALL Those who appreciate good Banking Service We Offer Our Facilities Bank of Hopkinsville J. E. McHlEKSON, President CHAS. F. McKEE, Cashier. L. II. DAVIS, Vice-rreaident II. L. McPHERSON, AmL ashler. IB & CO. H ErM ADOPTS BENEFIT POLICY FOR EMPLOYES OTHERS WILL COME SOON. Th. S. H. Km A Co. hu already adopted two new policies towards the companies employees which will be of much benefit to th. employ. jeea and cost ...

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

DAILT UirTUCKlAl May 21, 1918 PilOIIBIT IWI ABANDONS WIFE IMPORTED THAT WALTER MAR TIN LEAVES FOR PARTS UN KNOWN FAMILY LEFT PENNILESS. SPECIAL PRINCESS TODAY Extra Special Program Rex Today Pearl White & Antonia Moreno ia "THE HOUSE OF HATE." Chapter S . 3 Big acta. "SPIES WITHIN" Ruth Roland In "SOLD FOR GOLD". A complete story In 2 sets. From -"THE TRICE OF FOLLY". "BLISS" Lonesome Luke Ctwnedy riot of fun. ' PRINCESS S00N-C0MIMG-"0VER THERE" . Tilt I In lhe most impre. ICT T f J Story by Montagu Love "--?-- lhe Cross bearer A.n In the most impres ui wie age "... Maxwell The workl famous character, Cardinal Mercier, sturdily protected his people from the aggressions ami oppressions of the ruthless invaders -and in his kindly ministrations he furthers lhe progress of the most fascinating and novel of romances. Also THE SCREEN TELEGRAM," a marvelous array ol latest war event. Also " THOSE ATHLETIC GIRLS." A famous Sennett Paramount Comedy in 2 side-splittinf acta. Princei. Tomo...

Publication Title: Daily Kentuckian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Kentuckian. — 22 May 1918

DAILY KENTUCKI AN J 'GREATER HOPKINS. $ J VILLE WANTS YOU." se J Wedneeday, fair and warm. t EoUblished 1879 Vol. XL-Daily Vol. 1. No. 63 HOPKINSVILLE, KENTUCKY, WEDNESDAY, MAY 22, 1918. Price 3 Crni !. 8 WEATHER. liiir'Ei' Call 44t if fN fail get lb Kewtacklaa araly. Aad if yew aev a ileal, pU it la Mm Twenty five coanta and 63S barons hav baan killed in Germany, but th Kaiser's tons ara all aafa behind tha line. A Carman paper that baa coma through tha line says tha eauels. horse and don of Higenberk'i Man ageri are being aatcn by tha poorer claaeea, who can gut no other meat In Germany. G. W. Huntington, of New York, president of tha Virginia Railway, baa been removed for disobeying the Di rector General's order In regard to tha Improvement and maintenance of hie road. One of the moat eonipicaooa floats yesterday waa big auto with a ban ner along the side reading: "We hav tons In the service on land, on the as and in tha air." Tha vehicle was tiled with tha mother of sold iers, s...

Publication Title: Daily Kentuckian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Kentuckian. — 22 May 1918

May 22. I91A Daily Kentuckian faMlshed Every Moraine Eicept Monday by CHAS. M. M EACH A at AMERICAN MOTOR-ASSEMBLING PARK IN FRANCE Preferred Locals DAILY UirrUCKIAM r STEADY EMPLOYMENT a sad tl GOOD WAGES Editor. CW M. Meaeham, H. A. Robinson, Ass'l Editor. Catered at the Hopklnsellle PoaV fflca m Bacond Claee Mail Matter. Established aa Hepklnerille Coneer retire in 186. Sacreeo'ed' by Hop kinarille Democrat 187. Published a tha 8oatb Kenlntkian 1S7 to t89. rrom 188t to 1817 at tri eeklr Kentockian. TitXy iimJ Tear el faMkaH. IUBSCRIPTION HATES i ' Oaa r-r by Oh eaf by sarriee OO IkvrOr bm al sreasrUaaW AaVertUira KtM ae Artsi- III SOUTH MAIN STREET. WATCH THE DATE A f tor your name, renew promptly, and not miss a tabor. Tha FoUl refutation require subecriptiona ta ba paid la advance. v Thu paper hat mlitted, ,fihthe pvcmmcnt In the r of America for trie the war OUR SERVICE FLAG LINOTYPE OPERATOR e WANTED I e Tha Kentuekian will need food linotype operator on or about May 25th or ...

Publication Title: Daily Kentuckian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Kentuckian. — 22 May 1918

May 22. 1918 DAtLntrwrvociAii f ACB THRU 5 Off, 6IU ?. I" NURSERY TRAIN (k cj&ty A Hm Owes nursery train Hale, MwltarrlDL wber rrwicb civilian repatriated from Germany an rarrd for un thHr wajr bum. Th poster of in atnr ami tbe mild alrnini-s I h oi)t-ct of th rar and the luarrtpUoa abort translated BMane "For tit IUiIdmm of Womrn." TO WIN THE WAR WOMEN MUST FORSAKE DUTIES OF KITCHEN AND ENCACE IN PRODUCTION. By EDNA HUBER CHURCH. Washington, May 21. American woman must just leav their oltl pro vlnr the home if the war U to be won. They mutt go bark to the eoil. They mut fors;et their individual a I ma and turn to anil produce food for the fighting men. There must He a team work if the war is to be won, and woman's part ia to supply the ammunition for man power food. Three are the ideas which Mrs. Stanley McCormack, head of the food production division of the Wo mea'a National Council of Defense, ia putting forth to the American women. The time has come, Mrs. McCor mick says, wh...

Publication Title: Daily Kentuckian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Kentuckian. — 22 May 1918

DAILY uirrvcuAN May 22. 1918 ALL US ONE 1101 TO REPORT WHITE MEN IN FIRST CLASS TO BE EXHAUSTED BUT 33S COLORED LEFT. The Local Board has notified 18 white man In CUaa Ona to "port Saturday at 10 a. m. at tha court house when 105 will b selected to go to Camp Taylor Monday, May S7. This liat waa publishsd in tha Ktntuckian yeatcrday and Include vary man In ChrUtian county not already in tha service. Every white man in class one whether he receivee hit card or not, muat report Saturday morning or be declared alacker and be aubject to afreet A eecond call la expected with in a few daya for ISO men to com plete our net quota of 235 in thia eecond draft This next call for 130 will probably be made up of all who are left over Saturday from liat of 166 and enough colored men to com plet to flniah out the 130, which would be around 75 to SO or more. At present there are 332 colored men in lass one In this county eligi ble to aervice. Mora than half the claaa ona men in Christian county are...

Publication Title: Daily Kentuckian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Kentuckian. — 23 May 1918

HOPKINSVILLE,, KEN I UCKY, THURSDAY, MAY 23, l')18. Price 3 OnU Etblhcd 1879 Vol XI-Dai'y Vol. 1. No. 64 EDITORIAL COMMENT Dispatches from Moscow quote the Maximalist newspapers of 'he cily a announcing the discovery of vast counter revolutionary r!.C Many maximalist and socialists have been T arrested. ono China anil Japan have signed the treaty concluded after negotiation lasting several Hay concern in the military operationa to be conducted Jointly by Iheae two countic In Siber ia. The treaty also rontaina clauses dealing with other matter, the do tal la of which are nut made public. A Bowlinic Green dispatch hastens to deny a "report circulated at llop klneville" that there are anakea In the trawberry beds of Warren county, the Inference being that It wa a ruse to keep the laborer from leaving Christian county fur Warren, No aach report haa been circulated here. Christian county haa atrawberry bed of it own and pickers do not have to leave the county. About the only anakea seen ...

Publication Title: Daily Kentuckian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Kentuckian. — 23 May 1918

DAILY KzirruaciAR M.f 2.1. I91 Daily Kentuckian fmbllehed Zrery Moraine Except Monday by CHAS. M. MEACRAM Editor, CUa. M. Moachant. H. A. Robinson, Aai't Editor. BUr4 vfflc m at th noekiMvill Pot- gecead Claat Mail Matter. established a HopklnsvllW Cotiaer vativ la 1866. 8aedod by Hoa tiovi1le Democrat 187S. Pahlished a-Alt.. Roaih Kenfackian 1879 to 189. rrom 1889 to 191T a tri wwekly Kentatkiaa. rif ty .. d Yeef of r.WkaHwa. 00 SUBSCRIPTION RATES. Omm veer k aaan. ........ U Oao rear Wy earrlee- IUtM km at re tee. AaWtlelrf Kate mm AewlUatiee) IIS SOUTH MAIN STREET. WATCH THE DATE After your nana, ronow promptly, aad not miss ambor. Tha Povtsl regulations rwroir subscriptions to bo paid ta ad vane. tyiihupapCTiut WWiine time of ' - 7 . ot the war period' eryisted ppvcrrirncnx in ine America for the CONSTIPATION 111 5 -ir Stocuck Casted Tki La4j i ' "h Sufferiag. Black Pit ' t ReUertJ. Mtadormilo. i Mrs. Pearl Pit rick, of tbla pi- -i"o: "1 u vary eeastfpated. I 1, ir itomarb aad w...

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