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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Kentuckian. — 29 May 1918

DAftrttHTOCXLUr PACE T1IREK Patriotic CHiautamqisa T BOG OAYS-7 ' June 7-8-9-10-11-12-13 Junior Chautauqua June 1 to 7 I Propoganda of True Americanism War Lecturers, Food Conservation Spe- i cialist, a Major From the Trenches -Community Thrift Stamp Pageants Noted Humorists, Philosphers, La dies Orchestra, Opera Stars, Male Quartette. EVERY AFTERNOON AND NIGHT BY YOVR. SEASON TICKET NOW- I A Baptism f Patrioism Democracy ii Madiaonville, Ky., May 28.- Judge Oliftofl J. Pratt, TO year of age, tot- mer Attorney General of Kentucky, died at liia horn bar bat night fol lowing an Illness of several months. JUdg rratt waa camlidata on tha Republican ticket whan Taylor ran against Cocbel for Governor, and waa only Republican to hold offlc during tha term, Goabl and tha re mainder of tha Democratic ticket inning thair ontata. Judge Tratt waa atrickan with par alysis aoip tima ago and had ainc been very III. Juilice Tratt return ad to Madiaonville several years ago and retired from tha prac...

Publication Title: Daily Kentuckian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Kentuckian. — 29 May 1918

m B00K-15CTS R SALE AT J. H. ANDERSON A CO. AND BARNES A METCALFE. Ai we are foln to hav to as nre and mora substitutes and for a nr time than any of realise. behooeee to Ram how qakkly ith Ui least wait of tima and ma riat This war cook book Issued' . v . 1 y bulla council 01 wiihh ist how ia tha beat way according b our souther tast. CHICAGO MARKETS. (furnished by Whitflald Broa., Odd Fallowa BMff.) May 29, 1918. Corn Open. Hiirh. Low Cloaa uly 138H 138 130 ISSVi Oate .T 74 75 74 75 ..74 76 74 74 ..66 66 65 65 iM.y .... .July .... fork- July .... UN- July .... Rib July ..40.40 40.40 39.80 39.80 ..2430 24.20 23.92 23.92 ..22.00 22.00 21.56 21.65 .99.70 .94.60 .97.26 99.80 94.40 97.30 Lib S Lib 4. Lib 4 , LmUtUU Uo Stock. Cattle Receipta 200; steady, n changed. Hot Receipt 1800; 25c topa f 16.60. Sheep Receipta 200; 13c down; lambs $20 down. lower. WE CAN WIN. A pin of Canadian design ought to be popular. It la reported aa hav ing wide circulation In Maine, upper New York atata and ...

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

HOPKINSVILLE, KENTUCKY, THURSDAY, MAY 30, 1918. Price 3 Cents V WITHIN-60 MI L OF PARI EDITORIAL COMMENT Established 1879 Vol XL-Dai 'y Vol. 1. No. 70 c 44t ir tn ua ! get iu Koatwehioa pvwmptly. Aad U yo have a aewe itam, ) it to Ik sease nbe. If Mexico wind to start mntt thing let hat by one hostile hand on Cuba. Ralph Baker, the "human fly," climbed a wall one too often Tues day. At South Bend. Ind., ho fell thro stories and waa Inatantly killed. In the aircraft debate In tho Houae Taeeday, Chairman Dent laid 16,000 plan are now in Franco, 223 of them fighting machines. Without any meant of getting to Cuba, hi caaa of war. Carranxa rould at least go to tho Jumping off place hi Yucatan and chew gum and make a fare. Tho new tho Kentuckiail is called on to supply to its renders this momlnc is anything but pleasant to read, but K is the beat that the wires brought us laat night Cadet CW R. Passwstcr, of No bUsvillf, Ind.. was killed by a fall front bw airplane at Hemstead, L. L, Tues...

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

PACK TWO DAILY unu Daily Kentuckian eabllahed Every II am In g Except Monday by CHAS. M. MEACHAM Editor, Chaa. M. Meecham, H. A. Robinson, Ass't Editor. Entered at tb Ilopkinevllle Feat ,fflc aa Second Claai Mail flatter. Established aa Hopklneville Ceweer- .. i. laaa. HnreeaHed t)T HoP- nlnevflla Democrat 1I7S. ruhHsbed a tha Bon la Kentuceaui 1S79 to 1119. From 1S89 to 1917 aa tri weekly Kantackiaa. SUBSCRIPTION RATES aw m mail M 0 flu k nlM. t-M IkwM Imm al aaase esspsrti ate rata. Advertieirg Katea oe AstUaea) III SOUTH MAIN ITREET. WATCH THE DATE A flat your ana, ronow promptly, ana no mim e namber. Tha PotUl regulations require subscriptions to ba paid ta advance. f . Thu paper hw erfiird With the government in toe Cause of America for the penouci uvs war- ------ "k SPIEIO TCT1IC " Sera !Bsm Wt WW, Oi Deo tar's Africa, Taok Car-mi Aaal U Haw Wei HI can. Tone. ''About 19 years as I wee..." says Mm. J. & Oedd. of lata pteee. "1 suffered with a pain ta mr Ion sloe, eoald aot ...

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

DAILY UlfTUCElAJV tAGE THREE It V Net Conirntl 1r) Fluid lW-hrj 12 K3.il! ALCOHIM.-3 HIM Ari-orUbk? rYnartiof As . .milnl.nO IhrFoOS RrTUr i t1nthccwMKlwM"" Thereby lYoniD S ChrrrTu IncM and Nr.i" 1mm W 1 .MMBaar I 1 " 1 1 lit UrnwrfT R 3 ..h rlvhnT i mullM tKTtfro tnta7 scsiM" iflrrnmn uho i u H For Infants ami Clitldren. Mothers Knov That Genuine Castoria Always Bears tho Signaturo of MW'XYl r CONSUMES 4.000 CATTLE. (Washington Post) Frur thou nam! rattle ar slaugh tered daily to furnish tha 2,000,000 pounds of fresh beef which tha United States Arm consume, aaid a statement Issued by tha Ijuarter master's Department Official inspec tor carefully arrntintaa thia supply of beef from tha tima It cornea on tha hoof to tha abattoir until it van ishes from tha meaa tin to tha ao Id ler. Only when found "sound, health ful and wholreome" la tha meat pasa. ed aa acceptable for food. UNITED STATES MARINE CORPS In Use For Over Thirty Years m.,wAT vi lif r . a gsJCflSTOfiifl kuc Copy of Wtap...

Publication Title: Daily Kentuckian
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Kentuckian. — 30 May 1918

DAILY UNTVCK1AK D RINGS A BRIDE SPECIAL PRINCESS TO-DAY & TOMORROW SPECIAL Douglas Fairbanks in "MR. FIX IT." The Greatest Comedy in the brilliant career of Genial Smiling "Doug. America's Foremost Athletic Screen Artist One continuous laugh from start to finish. Adults 13c, War tax 2c; Children 9c, War tax lc Rex To-day PAULIN STARKE "UNTIL THET'cET ME". A thrilling dory of the Royal Canadian Northwest Mounted Police. Written by Kenneth B. Clarke. Also "X BIRTHDAY BLUNDER". Juat riot of ffln. HEX TOMORROW. MR. NOE SPRINGS A SURPRISE ON HIS HOFKINSVILLE FRIENDS. EXTRA SPECIAL PRINCESS FRIDAY Clara Kimball Young in "SHIRLEY KAYE." From the famous piny of the Same Name oy iiulbert rortner Robert Warwick Mollie King, in "ALL MAN". Z I nww i n.rwm ac amine lung, in ALL, MAN . m FACE POUR far?- , 5 t. J A. D. NOE. Mr. A. D. Noe, Sr., and Mrs. Dora Speer, of Ashland, Ala., were mar ried Monday night at Ashland, and they arrived here yesterday. Mr. Noe ia the senior partner of A. D. No...

Publication Title: Daily Kentuckian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Kentuckian. — 31 May 1918

a "GREATER HOPKINS, t 2 VI1LE WANTS YOU- 1 WEATHER. Tartly cloudy lxly. Established 1879 Vol XL-Daily Vol. 1. No. 71 HOPKINSVILLE, KENTUCKY, FRIDAY, MAY 31, 1918. Price 3 Ont DAILY KENTUGKI AN t IDITOM COMMENT . - ' CaB 44t if yew fail get Ik. Kewtwehiaa peeasptly. Am4 if yes feaes e saw Haas, phew it I lit There Is no foundation for ths re port that Kerenaky ia on his way to tha United States, Monday'a maila from overseas brought 205,000 "Mothers' Day" lot ttn written In Franca. . Tha Kaiser doesn't claim tha cred it thla Urn. Ha aaya "Frit" hie pet name for Frederick William and Gott won tha victory at Soiaaona. ' Lieut Kias, reputed to be the lead (nil Auatrian aviator, haa been killed ' m "an aerial battle, according to a dispatch from Berne. ... . . , ooo " Eighty-eight persona kilted when British, airmen raided Cologne, May Id. were buried in the aame crave ( according to a Hague correspondent Who aaya InhahHanU of the city were panic stricken. . Tha ten rent reduction on coal...

Publication Title: Daily Kentuckian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Kentuckian. — 31 May 1918

Daily Kentuckian ibllshed Every Morning Eseept Monday by CHAS. M. MCA CHAM Editor, Cbu M. Maacham, II. A. Koblneon, Aae't Editor. Urad at th nopkinsville Tott fflc M Second Claea MaU Matter. Established aa Hopkinsville Conser tvaUve to 1888. Succeeded by Hop klnsviU. Democrat 1878. Pnbliehed aa the South Kentuckian 179 to 1 18. From 1889 to 117 a trt waokly Kentuckian. ) rtlty a ad Tear PakHeattoa. subscription ratesi On yaar by a-il 8S.00 Omm yaar by aanUr. ....... S.00 Ikwtw tores at aoa aeaewrtleeiate rates. AaWtiaicg Rata mm AjtpOaatfea Sit SOUTH MAIN STREET. WATCH THE DATE Aftor your name, ranaw promptly, and not miaa , number. Tba Postal regulation raquira subscription, to ba paid ia advance. 4 This mver has enlisted iaith the Government tn the cavse of America for the period of the war OUR SERVICE FLAG ii yA m Tha Kaiser in a telepram to hi wife rave tha Lord credit for his victory at Soiasons. ooo That flock of sheep tha President hai grazing in tha Whit Honaa yard ought to ...

Publication Title: Daily Kentuckian
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Kentuckian. — 31 May 1918

: y PAGE THRtK "y-nr,- tmia DAILY KENTVaUAJt r" HOUSEWIVES AnENTION TDK Anniversary Wrek will be one of economy saving and tif treat Inter, ret In nil housewives, it will pay you lo visit the Kress store every day during the tale. 5-10"' 2S"ST0RB "WATCH KRESSr WIMDOWS ON scroti ot of 1Kb prencttl railnd condl iMinn many items purchased by iin, es-o- ciully for this tale, have not been received. At these are received I hey will be shown in our JU4? Windows. It will pay you lo look si hoin daily. 3PJr Anniversary Sale31j Saturday Morning, June 1st, to Saturday Evening-Jen 3 8th Final preparations have been made, and everything is ready for the greatest Anniversary Sale we have ever held. Seasonable merchandise of high "Kress" quality will be offered daily at such savings as will appeal to every woman, man or child in Hopkinsville. It is well to remember that there will be a tremendous demand for these daily spe cials. Just a word of advice Come early and bring your friends. New Lot of...

Publication Title: Daily Kentuckian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Kentuckian. — 31 May 1918

4W.T KCNTUCK1AM PACK Brora "1 DAILY EXNTUCKIAH " f RINCEJS TO-DAY. DOUGLAS FAIRBANKS HAS A NOVEL COMEDY PICTURE IN "MR. FIXIT." Appearing In his laUt photoplay "HR. FIX-IT" m the expounder el the theory that happiness la habit and ceinea only to thoea who afford happiness to ethers, Douglas Fair banka will bo aeon In a new and novel character creation vastly different from those of the wild West In which ho recently haa been aeen with euch success. The scenes of "MR. FIX-IT" are lo cated in the homo of wealthy resi dents of New York, and he is an alt round fixer of hearts and things. rrntirrfT rrvr a xr I FKINCE55 TOMORROW REX TO-DAY PRINCESS TODAY. DOUGLAS FAIRBANKS America'! Foremost Exponent of Good Cheer. The live wire of the movies In MIR. FOX OTP' The most unique, novel, entertaining and Lttigh.ille screen play of "Smiling Doug's" remarkable career. The greatest Faifbank's ricture of them all. ADULTS 13c, WAK TAX 2c CHILDREN 9c, WAR TAX Ic CLARA KIMBALL YOUNG The screen star s...

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

Dtablished 1879 Vol. XU-Daily Vol. 1. No. 72 HOPKINSVILLE, KENTUCKY, SATURDAY, JUNE 1, 1918. Price 3 Cent V ! t. EDITORIAL COMMENT Call 44t if r KntMkiaa rreesptlv. Aad if r bave llta, pkea H It Dm eease mkw. ' . Fight n Belgian hav been exe ratd by German military authorities Within th Uut few days, according e a newspaper report from Amster dam. Count Karolyi, the Hungarian lib eral leader, la quoted aa having aaid In a perch "We want a pear alliance of people not depending of an alli ance of Germany, which would mean observienco of Hungary to Ger many." ' AD students in the Infantry see Hon of the Fourth Officer' Training School at Camp Eachary Taylor will jbe) Included lit the transfer of the 4th Division to Camp Sherman, only the men In the artillery lection remaining there. : American sobliera in Franco are discneeing the part they will take in tho great battle now being fought on the Weatern front There to no doubt , that every available man will be thrown Into the combat whe...

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

FACE TWO DAILY UNTUCKIAlf Jun 1. 191ft Daily Kentuckian faMished Every Morning; Except Monday by ' CHAS. M. IIEACBAM Editor, Chae. M. Meachara, II. A. Robinson, Aai't Editor. Entarea at tha Hopkinsville Post fflea aa Second CUm Mail MatUr. EeUWlished aa Hopklnrill Conser vaUve la 186. Succeeded by Hop staaville Democrat 1878. Published aa tha South Kentaekian 1879 to 11(9. rrotn 1889 to 117 aa tri vaekly Kentuckian. riMy s.tsa Year af raallsatioa. SUBSCRIPTION RATES! Om pear by mU 13 00 Om yoar by aanrW S.0O birlir seraas at mm ar.sjeetieaaio ratee. AifMtUH RtM aa AaeJteatieai 111 SOUTH MAIN STREET. WATCH THE DATE Aftar your Mini, ranaw promptly, aad aot miss a number. Tha Postal refactions require aubaeriptiona to ba paid la advance. f r aS tt i nil paper rut enusxea L.ththe government in the ! of America, for the of the war OUR SERVICE FLAG n Premier Clemencaau waa so cloaa to tha fiichtinx lina Tuesday that ha came within a few minutea of being captured by a patrol of Uhlans. Tha...

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

DAILY KErlTVCXIAN PACE THREE niEDi CHANCING AGAIN. Ilrle'an Fritxsche, of Irvington, N. 4t4t44t4t ' Pr-DT TV VAT TD TV117 A TTC CDAnI J... grvat-grandncphew of Barbara Cnrtchio and th only mala survivor of that heroine ' family, enlisted In I ha United Slates Marina Cnrpa her CARPENTER'S MEAT MARKET Notwithstanding tha difference In tha- spelling of tha family name, tha young recruit aaid ha haa family rec- r Is to show hie relationship. NORTH VIRGINIA STREET, OPPOSITE HOTEL LATHAM Inn rf PriVi anA Tnr1r Mplt PrnlAnHv nn Hariri. fall And .Spa I In nr Phnnn 22.? Our Prim nr Mrs. Lillian Trice Shark, a Bowling tn woman, haa become movie tin at Loa Angelea, Calif. Always Right. Your Business Will Be Appreciated .and We. Guarantee to Please. Try Us Next Month I Seventeen lives were loat In fire in an means aaylum at Columbus, 8. C. Juno I. 1918 1 KOLB&HOWE Jewelers and Opticians We have just received a large assortment of Cluster Diamond Rings and other attractive Gifts suit able fo...

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

J AGE FOUR DAILY .NTVC.IAJ Juna 1, 1918 IS CAUIliG FOB MINED HDI GOVERNMENT WILL USE LIMIT ED SERVICE MEN IN SPRUCE PRODUCTION, i Th ProvMt Marshal General la calling- for men qualified (or special r limited military service to work in apniee production for aeroplane, which Is interesting and healthful i work and should appeal strongly to qualified recistranta. The following types of men are desired : Locomotive engineers. Firemen, Railroad Grade Foremen. Railroad Track Foreman, Wooden Bridge Carpenters, Locomotive Repairmen, Telephone Linemen, Surveyors or Instrument men, Telegraphers, . Draftsmen, Pile Driver Foreman, Stationary Eng. for Donkey En gines. Carpenters. Steam Shovel Operator Steam Fitter Electric iana. .. Auto Drivera. Cooks and Clerk. Auto Mechanics. ( Railroad Brakemen. Railroad Conductors. Laborer ' Persons who have been given lim ited claMiflcation in the draft should if they feel at all qualified, apply to the Local Board and list their names for this special ser...

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

. t:.' ! DAILY KENTUCKIANI WEATHER. "GREATER HOPKINS- $ VILLE WANTS YOU." X Sunday probably than- : - der shower and cooler. i - " Established 1879 Vol XL-Daiiy Vol. 1. No. 73 HOPKINSVILLE, KENTUCKY, SUNDAY, JUNE 2, 1918. rice 3 CenU OCH AND EDITORIAL COMMENT CUll 44t KmIwUm If yew fell to get I hmiiIt. Aae I r nave a SMILE No eligible registrant can volua teer after to-day. " TJ clip of the sun will bo polWd off tbo old tlmo next Saturday at 1:20 p. m Perhaps Con. Foch U waiting to get anothir river bottroon Lunendorn ana BorUn bofora ho trike a finish blow. Tho eleven mJJrC?Edwardsville, l'i who lynched German wtro pub lit, uitted and no doubt privately given a ehromo. Tho Huno reached tho river Mamo once before and It haa taken thorn four yar to try thoir luck there aoain. Foch la tho oamo man who holpod Jbffro win tho othor battle OOP Three hundred mora man aro to bo called thia month. On Juno zitn tKO.000 regular soldiers will bo se lected and tho rest will go Into areo la! cUi...

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 June 1918

PACK TITO HOPKINSVILLE KENTVCKIAN a, ittt Daily Jtentuckian fablisned Every Morning Eicept . Monday by CHAS. M. MEACHA1I Editor, Chaa. M. Meacham, B. A. Robinson, Aae't Editor. BnUred at th. Hopkinsville Poot- dBcs M Second Class Mail Matter. Established at Hopkinsvilla Conser vative in I860. Succeeded by Hop kinsvtlls Democrat 1878. Published M the 8ooth Kentuckian 1879 to 188. From 1889 to 1917 a tri weekly Kentuckian. Flf tJ-MCoad Year of Publication. SUBSCRIPTION RATES i Dm year by aU $3 00 IW. L- mmmwlmm 1.00 Charter tere. at hb .ropertloaste rates. AJvartlsiag Ratee M Application SIS SOUTH MAIN STREET. WATCH THE DATE After your June, renew promptly, and not mil number. The Postal regulations toquire subscription to be paid in advancs. WIN WAR IN KITCHEN New Slogan of the People of Great Britain. f;TThis paper has enlisted Tin tnc govcrnmcnx in inc ime of America for the nod of the war OUR SERVICE FLAG "1 -eV -aV - r 'A ' 1 r r r r' i - Bones Saved by the Houaewlvea Art Turned ...

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 June 1918

PACE T t J AUCTION AUCTION! I E33 Blakey Bass Se .Bamett Incorporated Jewelers, Retiring From Business! ... AT AUCTION . . . Sale now on! no nn nnrl will mntlnna j;l.r A feA..v. o.ort . e i r? e . ..mt i rcMTmc cTnrt' ic cn n r " J' nwiiuulw 4wu iu u o ciock, evenings :,ju toiU.UU UIN11L $ X LIN 11KL blULK. lb bOLD. Everything offered will be guaranteed as represented and sold without reserve. I JOHN HUBBARD MITCHELL Auctioneer. RLAKEY. RASS A- RAPNFTT Tne I -7 wiuuiui i) iibnuvidi JOHN HUBBARD MITCHELL, Auctioneer. JEWISH GIRLS GOING TO PALESTINE "CHEWIfi" SAVES 'SUFE ' The (Iris In this r.up are (m pin tn I'alrettne to arret aa nuraea l:h lb. British form that re iTWIni the Holy Land from lb Turk. They will l attached in the Jewish battalions thai are now belnf nrrulted n the Cnlted Htales. and lr?-tral .f the uunl It.-.) (. etnt.lrm will tnr Hip iradl'limal lUhrew ! i-o'iited xtnr i.f lnv1d on llwlr cnr. The flrta p' ruretl here aw but tl . ri i.f nvmy frcrn all over ti e I'nliit...

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 June 1918

tKtnuH wr maims mm 'WW WW V vyyvvtwi YOUR STORE i GREEN AS TRIBUTE TO ARMY'S VALOR OPEMMG 'afm Sunday Brinrjs Out Thronrjt to Cemeteries and "Bui" Is Freely Scattered Over Resting Places of General Pershing's Heroes Crowds Bare Heads in Silent Honor to Comrades in Arms. Evwrywher the American! bare re narked tbe tenderness of spirit of the French the tboughtfulnesa they therm to those Americana who are at rent In tbe rreoch cemeteries. The graves of Ch Americana wherever I hare be re esrad for aj carefully and tender ly as art thone of the I'ollus who have art vtn their lire for Franca, write Don Martin Id the New York Herald. Private Albert of tbe American ferny baa had opportunitlea to the eopl of thla wonderful country In their bomea. lie Is a naaee of Srw England, but of French ancestry, and jUkroagh bla ability to speak French j Beta perhaps in more Intlmats touch Cth the Fraocb than does tbe average j Dcrtcao. A nnlTcndty student when the war! ram to his own country, be enlist...

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

PAv , -.V 'm' " r . PURELY PERSONAL' .rr.-TTWTT-rv WHAT WOMEN ARE DOING. neon in ' r I r brd THE UNIVERSAL CAR Tht Ford Coupelet la a mot practical two-passenger car with room enough for three. It ia really two cara In tht on an en closed car of pleaeing appearance for Inclement weather, aum mr and winter, whil tha law eliding plat glaaa windowa, with removabla pillar, make it pouibl to tranaform it into moat deliirhtful open car. Top ia permanent, eaving trouble of raie ing and lowering. Comfortable deep upholstering car of clam and comfort Prict $505 f.o. b. Detroit. Ford Model T Truck Chassis Ford Model T One Ton Truck Chaaaia Equipment includea hood for motor, front fendera, stepping boarda, two aide lighte ,two head lighta. one tail light, horn and act of too la. All Ford cara aold f. o. b. Detroit JONES MOTOR CO. Authorised Ag.at for the Sale ef Fard Cara. L 7th St. HopkinsTille, Ky. Phone 47 I Mr. F. C. Coll U out of tht city J. for a few daya on business. Mrt. J. B. Fiaher h...

Publication Title: Daily Kentuckian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Kentuckian. — 2 June 1918

Courage and Cash By K RAY BAKER I l! JCaprTKht, l. t.v lhe Mlur Mewap I par grn.li.aia.) before he left Indiana where rtr first hw tlx- lie tit of tiny "nil aub sequently miw the liitlit of some TiVX ayeCat herln niiiii had decided fo the "three C" policy wheo It earn to matrimony. A man mutt have cnnr aire and rash; then he woalJ stand tliiim of possessing Catherine. It was principally oa account nf her father's health thnt they had gone oat to run the amnll sheep rnni'li In spsrwrly settled nrt of Montana, anit there, nlM from rtvllttatlon. Cnth rta didn't change her vlewa. In fad. a none of the men who occasionally appeared at the ranch wn1 to have wither of the neceasary qualifications, ha gradually If" Interest In the sub ject of marriage and devoted her pr time. tin li was plentiful, to people la at dry book. Xevif thelvaa. while she looked with dWilaln on all th- mere male creatures tliat happened a'oi.e. Catherine hi ! i hope Iiij.' tIiu: soi ;i w hi re wphln her tlmt the "t...

Publication Title: Daily Kentuckian
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