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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Kentuckian. — 2 June 1918

DAILY KENTUCKJAM PACE SEVEN HELPS DIRECT RAILROADS "A Great Net of Mercy drawn threw tfh. r nt . t. . l t n-:' o For lflf I an vcean oi uaspeaKADie raiu r Boys and Girls II It1 "MUBWUUW )) Fountain Pens Are .Surf to Please, To Save the Wrecks of Humanity To fill the Hands Held Out to Us jm a, iti r Birthday Presents that are Useful Any girl 'or boy any man or woman , would appreciate a good fountain pen. Every day of the year almost every hour of the day uch a present can be put to a practical use. There are many mahes of fountain pens. And many styles and sizes In the various manes. So If we can be of any service to you in helptntf you choose the best fountain pen on the marhet for your particular pur pose. Just drop In and see us. J. O. COOK DRUGGIST Pork! Pork! Pork! Do not neglect your hogs Feed a Balanced Ration and push them to maturity. In this way you help our gov ernment, our army, our navy, our allies and yourself most of all. The Acme Milk Incorporated Cit v Bank & Tr...

Publication Title: Daily Kentuckian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Kentuckian. — 2 June 1918

f' r.ntn, . Ting a snsfce PACE KICHT HOPKINSVItXS KENTUCKIAN I Jm a, Itlt ! Extra Special PRINCESS TOMORROW Extra Special Rex Tomorrow WILLIAM DESMOND. Famous In- "FLYING COLORS" and "THE SEA PANTHER" In DOROTHY DALTON Tremendously popular in "LOVE LETTER," "LOVE ME" and ether phys in TYRANT FEAR" THE SUDDEN GENTLEMAN". A powerful drvnt if the Far Nrth he H Cecil Smith. One of the most fascinating romancei of the decide. An entrancing iSory of the French Cnn.idMna th it ij uniqe and ref: r'-.::i i i A sparkling romance of rapid fire pint in I compelling heart interest Triumph comedy "AN OFFICER MESS". A rippintf rollicking reel riot of fun. f : Princess Wednesday --Harold Lockwood in "THE SQUARE DECEIVER" PRINCESS MONDAY. -TYRANT FEAR" STRONC rHOTOPLAY OF THE FAR NORTH KWothr Daltaa Will B. Seea im H.r Latest Vehicle. WITHOUT WARNING DEATH COMES TO MRS. DUDLEY ; J. McCLENDON. NEAR BELLS. ATTEND CHURCH TODAY Mr. Ella Boyd McClendon. wife of D. J. McClendon, died with shack- ins; sudd...

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

DAILY KENTUGKIAN tww : J GREATER HOPKINS- J WEATHER. Tuesday fair. J ville wants ym.- X .2 Ed.blished 1879 VoL XL-Daily Vol. 1. No. 74 HOPKINSVILLE, KENTUCKY, TUESDAY, JUNE 4, 1918. Trice 3 OnU 4 EDITORIAL COMMENT " M CaN 44 If rM fail v. the Kswtwckisa swwassrtly. Aad If yra fcav atat ttea. stewe H la MM aweabe. . Mr. Rom Tutor Stoke 1 not tht . fret woman to get into trouble by . talking too murh. In time like these ht mouth m sign of wisdom. i r Secretary Dan tela promises to ook after tho submarine that hav prob- ably crept ap from some Mexl- . eoa port. If It be trua that oM Whiskers, down in Mexico, ka harboring the , Han V -boat, tha Boy Scout ought to ha aant down to look afUr him. FOLLOWING THE FLAG Neville Blakemor is It hom on a furloagh from Camp Shclbjr. Kobt. Pholps, Carl C. Lander, and Dan Hartman wont to Louisville yes terday to enlist In tha Navy. Tandy Wadlington, Jr.. of Grarejr, left yesterday for Louiavilla where ha pacta to anliat in tha Navy. ' Lea, J. Barbae,...

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

.....If "Vi r""t "' home. He 'XfcUV!,..irtnt onaka yxxoooooocooooocccc DAILY UNTVCIIAN June tOtll FACt TWO ; Daily Kentuckian fubluhed Every Morning Except Monday by CHA8. XL MCACHAM Editor, Cku M. Meacham, TL A. Robineow, Aas't Editor. Entered at tha Hopklnsvlll Post Wfic M Second Class Mail Matur. a--..i.i!.hl Rnnklnnilla Comer- BVMWWVUW - I - vwtivs la 1869. Saeeedd by Hop kiaevtll Democrat 1878. Published M tha South Kentaekian 1879 t 1S89. From 1889 to 1917 aa tri weekly Kentucsiaa. fifty ee.ead Taa of PaUiaaliM. subscription rates. Omm aa W wll SJOO Om year by aarriar S.00 teeter NrM at earn peoaeeUef rate. Advertielrg Ralee a AeeUeataa IIS SOUTH MAIN STREET. WATCH THE DATE Aftor yonr name, renew promptly, ana not miae tnWmr. Tha Postal rearulaUone require subscription to be paid tn advance. ivTr lit Diver Has enlisted i the oovernmrnt in the I'" - .Ck' . . cavse of America, tor inc period of the war OUR SERVICE FLAG Stomach Trouble Mrs. Rnphle Bar. III First Ave, North, rartb...

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

June 4. 1918 DAitr KEfrrvaoAit PACE THREE KOLB&HOWE Jewelers and Opticians We have just received a large assortment of Cluster Diamond Rings and other attractive Gifts suit able for Commencements, Wedding Presents, etc. Also a complete line of Novelties for soldiers. Gold and Silver Plating a Specialty. Stationery, Wedding Invitations, Visiting Cards, etc' Engraved. . . No. 8 S. Main. Phone 311. ' CEO.K0LB WALTER HOWE INEW DRAFT CALL! FOR 14.674 REGISTRANTS OF CRAMMER SCHOOL EDUCA TION FOR TRAINING. Woahinirton, June 3. A call for 24,874 draft registrant of grammar srhoel education to be sent to spe cial training schools was issued June by rrovost Marehal General Crow J er. The men will be taken out of thirty-six states. The order directs the mobilisation of all but 1,300 of the men on June 15. The 1,300 are to go on June 20, 27 and 28. Local boards were in structed to accept volunteers until June 7. Afterwards the qnotaa will I be filled by draft r t v v f0S HARDWICK'S .ass, ok...

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

f t'attKTHHi .-'" - ""!?,r,-" t ? want horn, n I ?XXOCWOCrJCCCOOOCC-C .3 j TKCX POUR DAILT KENTUCEIAJt Jun. 1918 MINUTE DIRECTIONS GIVEN BY GOVERNMENT AS TO HOW TO REPLY TO QUESTIONS Of YOUR REGISTRAR Of THOSE BECOMING OF AGE SINCE SINCE JUNE S, ItlT. (By laUraatiea! News ServWe.) 1 NAME IN FULL. AGE IN YEARS. Glv your first, mlddl and Wet name, and your ag hi years. disregarding months, wk and days. 3 HOME ADDRESS. Giv th street and number, th villag or city, and Uia county and 8taU In which you reside, aa "232 Main treet, Chicago. Cook County. Illt aoia." or "R. T. D. No. I. Jone- eille, Ohio." t DATE OF BIRTH. Glv th month, day and yaar of your be To b required to register you must have been born In 1899, In month and on a day prior to or on June 1 of that year. 4 WHERE WERE YOU BORN? First name tha city or town, then the State or nation; aa "Columbus, Ohio," "Vienna, Austris;" "Paris, France,-" "Sofia, Bulgaria." 6 ARE YOU (1) A NATIVE OF THE UNITED STATES; (2) A NA. TURAL1ZED C...

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

EaUblUhed 1879 VoL XL-Daily Vol. 1. No. 75 HOPKINSVILLE, KENTUCKY, WEDNESDAY, JUNE 5, 1918. Price 3 Cent EYE ON AME RICA EDITORIAL COM Call 44 1 If r fall to k Keateckiaa pressed?, i And if yew Wave a news ilea, ptelae H to lb SOBS number. Recent allied ralila on Cologne, ,' Germany, Killed 116 person and threw the rlty into a panic, the Stale I Department waa informed yeateHay. The time ta rapidly approaching when German cities within rearh ' will be made uninhabitable by allied domination of the air. ror cveritX. ' shed fired on Fsris a ton of explo ' sive ahould be dropped on Cologne, Mannheim, Meti and other citica. The presence of one or more U ' boaU on thia aide of the Atlantic to annoying bnt they can do but little harm without bate, linking little unarmed sailing vessels. The am re they created yeaterlay waa out of proportion to their Importance, If they aarreed In making a aafa get awayk they will be In great luck. . coo The Keaturkian glvea the newt without aeasational co...

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

r AGE TWO DAILY UNTUCEJAR Juno B, 1911 Daily Kcniuckian rsbtUhed Every Morning Eieept Monday by CHA3. M. M EACH AM Editor, Chea, M. Meaeham, II. A. Bobinaon, An t Editor. E ft IE V U Catered at tha Hopklnsvill Poet- vac aa Second Class msu awr established aa Hopkinsvlll Conser vative In I860. Succeeded by Hop klaaville Democrat 187S. Pabliahad m tha South Kentncsian oi 1189. From 1889 to 11T aa tri waakly Kentuckian. fifty m Year PebMeeweev SUBSCRIPTION RATES i Oh year by esell Om year by carrier tWW Imm al seas as psrtloaete rata. UmlUri Rate aa Ape4ieali IIS SOUTH MAIN STREET. WATCH THE DATE After year ana, renew promptly, and not miaa a Bomber. Tha Poetal regulatione faquir ubecrlptlona to ba paid te advance. f t This paper has enlisted iriththe government in the cavse of America, for the period of the war OUR SERVICE FLAG I, a A A. L .a, i X. Archia Roosevelt la recovering from hi wound received in March Gen. freshing denica flatly tha Hun claim that they had captured a big Amer...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Kentuckian. — 5 June 1918

Junefi. 1018 DAILY KCIfTUCriAlt PAGE THREE Glad News for Sad Feet A Complete Line of Remedies It'tt hard to thlnK of any ailment more an noying than foot troubles. Every etep you taKa la a constant reminder. But there are now a number of good reme dies on the marhet for affording quicft relief. And the price. In most Instances. Is very reasonable. - We have a fresh stocft of all the best Known corn plasters bunion pads foot bath tablets foot powders and other preparations. We also enn supply you with salves 1ml. raents disinfectants adhesive plasters bandages etc J DRUGGIST Sjraaeada Aaalysae SitaatlM. Frank II. Simonds Rive thta anal ysis ef the present situation on the Marne : "for the paat two days tha thief effort of French strategy haa been, not to chock tho German advance by frontal resistance, but to prevent tho Cermana from widening their STEADY EMPLOYMENT sad GOOD WAGES Pork! Pork! Pork! Do not neglect your hogs, Feed a Balanced Ration and push them to maturity. In this way...

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

C'HUII Ul a aWV.,""V, rxcK rovm DAILT KXNTVCK.1AN June 6. KM. (III!! YOUIIG PATRIOTS WORKED HARD ALL DAY AND NETTED TWENTY-ONE FIFTY FOR RED CROSS. For buaines. int-enuity and per etatant In effort the public might Ifirn a Won from tha four youns; patrinta who stood on tha street all day Saturday and sold lemonade for tha benefit of the Red Cross. These tr rhmihlren were Florence Bellamy aire 0; Josephine Bellamy, aire It; Emma Peel, aire II i and Margie reel, aire 18. ThMi four youngsters beran busi ness Saturday mornins; on $1.50 cap ital vivm thrm by Mr. Robert Bell amy and a bis; roods bo and a few vWira and a dish pan. With the fl.50 they purchased lemons. Ice, and auear and brean tha business ol sell Inn lemonade at 6e per (lass. A big crowd was in town and trade be lt an to come their way. When they found their stock running low they took some chance out of tha cash box and restocked their supplies and continued in business. At the close of their day's work, which was a lata ...

Publication Title: Daily Kentuckian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Kentuckian. — 6 June 1918

i DAILY KENTUCKIANi . WEATHER. Thursday, fair. . CREATER HOPKINS. 2 VILLE WANTS YOU." Established 1879 Vol. XL-Dai y Vol 1. No. 76 HOPKINSVILLE, KENTUCKY, THURSDAY, JUNE 6, 1918. Price 3 Cents! t UBMARINE IS EDITORIAL COMMENT UNIC t; a Cell 44 If ih f.a to the KmImUu rtly. Aad if yew ? have a awe H I lk . scription price and circulation, were proposed In a bill Introduced by Rep resentative Johnson, of Washington, ; aa destitute for tha postal ion rata ijwm. Philip LeFollett haa dona mora In ana day to raise tha family in tha estimation of tha public than hia father haa dona in tha severs! years ha has been In tha Senate. Dr. Lincoln McConnetl will be here next Thursday night June 12, Instead of tomorrow nlfht He will lecture en "The Derll and tha Kaiaer," with new material, at tha Tabernacle. The Hun drive is said to be halt ad, but it la difficult to see how tha enemy can halt long In a wedge salient onlytweWe ni ilea aside. . A milion dollars worth of caator oil la made 'annually...

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

Jwa , ISIS. HOPKINSVI1XC KENTUCKUN ACS TWO Patty Kentuckian fwbUahsJ Every Morning Except Monday by CHAS. M. MEACHAM Editor, Chaa. M. Meaeham, H. A. Robinson, A't Editor. Vt.-ad at th Hopkinrville Poet- fflce a Saeond Claaa Mail Matur. established aa Hopktnsvill Conser retiv in 18. Succeeded by Hop ftdngrtll Democrat 1878. Published M tha South Kentuckian 1879 to 1189. From 1889 to 1917 aa tri- jraekly Kentuckian. flftyH U Taar of PaUUatlM. SUBSCRIPTION RATES i Pm yaav by aaaO 93.00 Ktmm ihi by earriee .00 trter larau at eaas ewwrartlwwat rata. AeHertlsiag Ratee AswUeatiea lit SOUTH MAIN STREET. WATCH TBI DATE Aftar your Mate, ranaw promptly, and not miat p numbar. Tha PoaUl regulations acquire anbaeriptiona to be paid in advance. '.This paper has enlisted i xnc gpvcrnmenx in wc of America for the iodol the war OUR SERVICE FLAG Hester Proves Her Theory By JANE OSBORN Former Vice Preaident Fairbanks, who died at hie home in Indiana Tuesday night, waa not brilliant man but hia record ...

Publication Title: Daily Kentuckian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Kentuckian. — 6 June 1918

It. lit. HOPKINS VILLE ' KENTUCICIAN PACE THREE f is.ad Feet i Wn A Complete Line of Remedies It's hard to thlnh 'of any ailment mora an noylntf than foot trouble. Every step you tana is a constant reminder. But there are now a number of good reme dies on the marhet for afford tnrf aulcK relief. I-And the price, tn most Instances. Is very reasonable. Wa have a fresh stocK of all the best Knovm corn plasters bunion pads foot bath tablets foot powdersand other preparations. We also can supply you with salves lini ments disinfectants adhesive plasters bandages etc. J. . COOK DRUGGIST STEADY EMPLOYMENT aad CO0O WAGES V , ..- m nr Labor rt Iron and Wood Working Machine Hand ..lacksraitha and Helper I Wheel Maktrs and Ealpara Pork! Pork! Pork! .Do not neglect your hogs, Feed a Balanced Ration and push them to maturity. 4- In this way you help our gov ernment, our army, our navy, our allies and yourself most of all. MOGUL WAGON CO., (Incorporated.) H.akia.vtll. Kf. 21.1 StT.L Preferred Loc...

Publication Title: Daily Kentuckian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Kentuckian. — 6 June 1918

faci font UAILY CENTVOOA.. t. III. to 3 S?92? 7ZC?35C?35C? 3C?3K?'3X?'3K?C?X? O 333333333 333S33Q w w to) W H W PI M M W s 9 w M (0 H w M M W On Saturday, June 8th, at 9 A. M. 'JT zO TTTS TTft 2s. t'.M L CLOAK CO Will Opens Its Doors to the Public IfOU are kindly requested to honor this occasion with your presence, as the management on that day will establish for this community a store that they feel you shall be proud of, and a more beautiful and modern store cannot be found anywhere. In entering YOUR STORE you shall be made to feel at home, and we expect you to enjoy its many environments. The merchandising feature is so different, that you shall fully realize it upon getting acquainted here. The policy of the store is all that you may wish for, in fact nothing has been over looked to make YOUR STORE, what you want it to be. Any kind of a seasonable garment can be found here, and we can assure that they shall be at a price to meet with your approval More sales, at lesser profits, ...

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

. itia. MOrCINSVILLt KENTVCKIAN rxcz rrvt lAKJt, INUliUi OF THIS DRESS EVENT ! i I i OUSV STO-IS INCORPORATED TALK! THINK! ACT! 1 ft s s s I s 11 We talk a great deal thase days about "high cost" and "economy." But most peo ple take it out in "talk." Mow is the time to act take advantage of these special prices and buy what you needif you don't need it, then it's high at any price. 85r the foil owintT Attractive Seriifil, s- - J-"- w W oF flfR'-'oi Ik...... Dresses Reduced Spurred on by th. fct tht good merchandise is hard to get, next to Impossible to get except t high eot. w. hav. found way to r-rovid. good merchandise and loU of It t moderate price " F.r Eml, Ceameaeiag Tharsday. Juae 6. and Cenliaoiaf 8 Deys. 120.00 DRESSES til 75 For Spring and Summrr i.. 128.60 TO 137.50 DRESSES $19 75 For Spring and Summtr - These dreeae. ar. splendid value. every on of them, and there are ovr 5030 Jut re t.i,.d from a manufacturer who wa winding op hia .pring and iummr busin.. and closed thm...

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

f PAK SIX . 4444 ! IE Kill I JOHN HUBBARD MITCHELL, Auctioneer. SHORTAGE Of FISH DELAYS THE MAIL Scarcity Causes Curtailment cf Motive Power by Wmcn Mail Is Carried in Alaska. yVirtnce of fix!, la Interfering with she mall In Alaska, on sccount of Uirlr scarcity, the motive power by hlrh Hie mail j rnrrl.-d la that cold j territory I cartuiioj. An abunUinc i tl.h, according l report to the1 pot uttice d 'piirtmeut. U eiuwntlal to t e prompt delivery urniM Ida reirtoni f Ice an I snow, uuii a necessary sup. I U out to b had. The mall curtler out from Anchor- see, AI;iUa, wrote to th dcpurtinen nder the date of March S3. 11 Id: "tour lotter of February 27, 191& 01 at hauil. and I notice th lata ar rivals of uiall aa indicated In same. The whole trouble la oo account of 17 dog. I wss unable, atxl still am. to ft Hah fir thrill aa It la not to be obtained In the country. Tha dogs I a on thla- mall aro wolf dog thai ajftva been worked oo flub all their Uvea. It Is almnat Impossible t...

Publication Title: Daily Kentuckian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Kentuckian. — 6 June 1918

JM Ittt. DAItT KCKTVCKtAN ,. rxcz txrsx . FREE USE Of AMERICAN " NO SIMPLY -CETS THE COAT" OF CHICAGO WOMAJM. (By latrsUl Sr0 Chlcsiro. I" . 4 -Mrl- How' ,rl Willett it out organixlns; a "Bt Ur American Speech" week, to bfitin October 27. Tht reason is, sh says, that there la too much elans; belna .poken In America. It limply MeU her goat." I. 1. ... ha.l that buekwes una p - , - . men tell her they can't makeUtieir stenosraphere "W,,,M ,n mo ordinary xpreiona. Th girls don't know what they ar talking afwiut unless they m slang. And th eolleg b. oh, py. Nothing but wor.U gleaned from the rrti nrst ring anrtwh raea track. Evn th girU us It. too. Mr. rVillett' Uboo doe ntipply JBscrlminaUly lo all alang.-Jfou cat b a perfectly good wieljer of Aatkriran and Indulge In such sxpres. siJL "beat it " "tut It out. "ov.r th l'." "camouflag." "strfcf." "thatta my goat." "pap" and "loungf liiard." 1 But you ara hopeleea If you use tht: "O you kid," "som girl," "O Min." "lamps," "noodi." "coco,...

Publication Title: Daily Kentuckian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Kentuckian. — 6 June 1918

TACX IICHT ' ' HOrKINSVILLE KEJiTUqgAN Jaae , Hit. Princeis To-day and Tomorrow. BillieTurke Rex Friday SEVENS STARS Montaru Love, June Elbridire, Henry Princess Saturday Mabel Normand Princess Monday and Tuesday Ambassador James W. Gerard's True and Thrilling Account of Hull, Irvine: Camming. Arthur Ash- IN IS "Joan of PlattsfMy Four Years . ley, Julia Dean, Hubert Wilkt, in "Rasputin the "Lets' Get A Divorce,, Baled on "Divofions". The cele brated play by Victorien Sardow. burg" In Germany" Yoa Will Know WhyWe Are Figntinf "OVER THERE." Black Monk" The popular atar in the famous sue cew "DODGING A MILLION." The cleverest, moat timely play of the True ttory of the Russian Revolution You'll Be a Better American After Seeing and Fail of tht Romanoff. THIS WONDERFUL PHOTO PLAY IIOPKItiSVllLE HIGH SCHOOL CLOSING EXERCISES ENJOYED BT ALL WHO ATTErD CRAD. UATION TO-NICHT. Can Day exercise of the (traduat a rlau of the Hopkimvilte High School were held yesterday morning at the Tabernacle ...

Publication Title: Daily Kentuckian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Kentuckian. — 7 June 1918

DAILY KENTUCKIAN . g GREATER HOPKINS. X I VILLE WANTS YOU." , ' Dtabtished 1879 VoL XL-Daily Vol. 1. No. 77 HOPKINSVILLE, KENTUCKY, FRIDAY, JUNE 7, 1918. Price 3 Cent I . WEATHER. I Friday, fair and cooler I r mom mm i - CD 440 if rn faU to the balwUt aweeartly. Aad if yea bare news Dm, Wm H to the CAN'T Registrations received by mail have ran the total up to 162, In Chria liey county. j Soma of ths boya who left hora April 2th ara already on tiicir way to Euro pa. . Capt Harry A. Bullock, a farmer New York nawapapar man, haa been killed In Franca In aerial combat ; Mrs. Dant Boyd, of Whitley coun ty, was thrown by mule and killed, fthe had been at work on a farm and wu riding the animal from the field. a oo A rumor that 40,000 Buna bad ton pocketed and captured, currant yesterday, waa too good to be true, ut sooner or later it will be true. In order to comply with the food edmlnlstrstloa's regulations aa to fire, the Mayfleld ice company haa reduced deliveries te ones a day. (By la...

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 June 1918

DAfLT, KZHTVCKIAH Jane 7, 1918 Daily Kcnluckian rebliabed Every Morning Except Monday by CI1AS. M. MEACHAM Editor, Chae, M. Mcacham, O. A. Robinson, Aaa't Editor. I Cntcrad al the Hopkinsville Poet fflce as Second CUaa Mail Matter. PACK TWO I Cetabliehed aa Hopkineville Conser vative In 18. Succeeded by Hop kins ville Democrat 1878. Published M the Sooth Kentuckiaa 187 to 1889. From 1889 to 1917 aa tri weekly Kentueklan. Tlfty Year ef P.WUetiee. SUBSCRIPTION RATES i Oh year by mH 13-00 Oh yeer by carrier LOO aerter teraM at eaaM awspsrtie se re tee. AaWtieivg Ratee aa Apvdieatieej 111 SOUTH MAIN STREET. WATCH THE DATE After your name, renew promptly, and not miaa number. The Postal regulations require subscriptions to bo paid ia advance. vruThii tnDer his enlisted I uUt the government in the rause of America for the period of the war OUR SERVICE FLAG An American patrol of thirty man whipped 200 Hum In raid in Lor raine. ooo A detachment of Germane sue reeded In crowing" the Marne Tu...

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