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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Kentuckian. — 7 June 1918

June 7, 1018 DAILY UNTUOOAIf PACK THREE fl I RUBBER Vv Rubber Goods of All Kinds It'a not economy to do without rubber gloves. Washing dishes, scrubbing floors, cleaning the woodworh all these frhsoxne tashs can be accomplished without Injury to your hands tf you get a pair of our rubber gloves. We also have the l&tast and most Improved styles of fountain end combination ayrtntfee . hot water bottles medicinal atomizers com plexion brushes bath spray a sanitary aprons and belts nipples-pecblers etc We buy only the best rubber rfoods orocur. eoie ana seu tnem at lowest prices. J. . K 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 einment, our army, our navy, our allies and yourself most of all. ;The Acme Mills. Incorporated City Bank & Trust Co. Capital, Surplus and Undivided Profits $180,000.00 Deposits Over One Million Dollars The Largest of Any Bank in Christian County The Long and Successf...

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

pace rou .. DAILY ftRNTUCKIArl June 7. 1918 J . 4 IE mm OIL HEIDS C E. Crawford, who is Interested fn Eastern Kentucky Oil Fields, U In the city in th promoting of the "Boarhon Oil and Development Co. of Paris, Ky., compsny that al ready 'owns many producing walla. Dr. Elmer Northeutt. aaya lha Oil World. twenty years ago, with the crude Inatrnmanta of time, est out to Drove hie belief that there waa oil fn Kentucky. Agsinat the pee : - - simlstle outlook he fought And found oil Iota of It. U'' Today, with the oil Induetry fleer- kthing In Eastern Kentucky, he still more optimist lo outlook. "Development Inylenturky la on ly beginning. Dr. Northmtt declared recently. "The beet wella hare not r been drilled. The largest pooh) are still untouched." Dr. Northeutt says that the oil men of the present In this State ran .J not realise the difficulties which faced the men who blaied the tralL There ' t trej troubles now and many of them ibullhe future, he says, la bright, and tirmge are sh...

Publication Title: Daily Kentuckian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Kentuckian. — 8 June 1918

Established 1879 Vol. XL-Dai'y Vol. 1. No. 78 H0PKINSVIL4.E, KLNTUCKY, SATURDAY, JUNE 8, 1918. Price 3 Cents I . EDITORIAL COMMENT Cad 44t If (N fail te get Ik Kewtwcfciea mmi(Ii. A ad if bare new ilea, pbea it te lb Bottla 'em up, boys. Bottle 'cm ooo Oen. Koch made no mistake in patting Americana between tha Iluna nd Paria. . Our American arm will certainly fee at la ta give tha German knaves hla ta riva tha German knavf rfy deuce. Bluegraas Clipper. tha vei Nashville hi about tha only town we know of where rival newspapers tilt fill their editorial column with personal controversies and offensive write-ups of each other. There ought to he a general cele bration of Flag Pay next Friday, in Ilopkinsville. What's the matter with having bit; night meeting at Virginia ParkT British official commanlcstions for May give a total of 398 German airplanes brought down by British airmen; twenty brought down by anti-aircraft gun fire; 100 enemy ma chines driven out of control, making a total ...

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

I PACK TWO DAILY UirrVCKIAJ JuneS. 1918 Daily Kenluckian PRINCESS TO-DAY Goldwin Presents of Plattsbur fabllahed Every Morning Eseejft Monday by CHA8. M. MCA CHAM Mable Norman 66 S5 Editor, Chaa. M. Meaeham, H. A. Robinaon, Aes't Editor. Catered at tha Hopkinsville Poet. at' fflee aa Second Claaa Han aiaiier. IN- established aa nopklnaville Coneer- U ISA KuhmiImI b HoD- tduvilla Democrat 1876. Puhliabed M tha South Kentuckiaa 187" to 1S89. From 1889 to 1917 aa tri weekly Kantuckian. rUly-Mcoad Year of feWicaUea. subscription rates i aa ywir a Mil Om yaar by carrier beets teres, al sasse ate portleoato rate. AaWtUta-f Rataa aa Aaylieatiea Sit SOUTH MAIN STREET. WATCn THE DATE After your same, renew promptly, ana no miea number. Tha Postal regulations squire aubacriptiona to be paid in advance. Tku nioCT rnf enlisted I . Ji the eovcrnment m the 1 ace of America for the Unou ot the war OUR SERVICE FLAG $3 KEEP LABOR AT HOME. A communication in the Kentuck Ian thi morning, on the subjec...

Publication Title: Daily Kentuckian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Kentuckian. — 8 June 1918

FACE THREE THAT I I AY GROUND LOT. in ri-triit iMii-ihii-o by the school Hoard of a lot on Wnl Seventh atreet, was a juln-ious one and ia near enough to the Writ Side rVhool to be accessible to the m-l I .hil lrin, and to all nthera in that section of tha city. The raing of the nll Iioum- will remove another of the city'a anrient land marks. It was una of the first three houses built on that aide of the river; tha old bri k house, the Zack Glaaa house, being another, and the only one left, but it ha been moder nised almost beyond rerocnition. It at called the "Wilson lloyd" pre. ' tij tracing me line bark lew Venerationi it will be found that it waa formerly known aa the Thornton ?llare, and waa part of the property inre owned by the I-onir. the vmii.1. renU of the writer. They owned all tha land .on that aide of Seventh treat. (Princeton road! from and Including thia lot to the Iry Ilranrh; aaa also on the other aide of the road from tha bridge up to the mill pond en Little Kiver, ...

Publication Title: Daily Kentuckian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Kentuckian. — 8 June 1918

PACK TWO June , 191 t. D d it P u u 01 01 c 01 r u ia u tr M et t r. th p h4 b DISAPPEARANCE STRAHCE CASE NORTH CHRISTIAN MAN DISAP PEARS WITHOUT SLIGHTEST TRACE BEING LEFT. Most every week we are permitted to read in some paper of the strange and misterioos disappearance of some man, woman, boy or girl, with no evidence whatever left by which they may be traced or found. But little did we expect that we have had Just such a strange cane right here in our miilst for two weeks and yet not a trace can be had of the whereabouta of Tom Cato who lives at Fra in the northern portion of the county. Cato lived with bis wire, and three small children on the farm of Luther Adams for whom he was cropping. On May 24 they brought to Hopkina ville a load of partership tobacco and sold it and divided the money each receiving about $70 in cash for his part Cato remained in the city till Somlay May 26. and. when last seen, was leaving Pool's livery stable carrying several bundles supposed to have be...

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

! DAILY KENTUCKIAN! WEATHER. Fair and (lightly warm- CREATER HOPKINS, . VILLE WANTS YOU." tr. ? EsUblir' Id 1879 Vol XL-Daily Vol. 1. No. 79 HOPKINSVILLE, KENTUCKY, SUNDAY, JUNE 9, 1918. Price 3 Cents El OF THE U-BOAT K 1 t EVfFtV SHIP MIKING WIS TO HAVE BEEN CHASED (By laterwatlmel Newa itnht.) Atlantic Tort. June I. Subma rinaa infest tha north Atlantic coast la tha report brought hara today by ocean Liner. On wa chaaad by a aubmarina for alt houra and aarapad at darknaaa only to eifcounter anoth r submarine nat morning and hara anothar thnlhnc oacapa. Anothar " Ilnar reached port aftar racing 800 miles f aafaty whan it received a wirelee warning f ronAha anchor bin r, Tarantia, that it waa baing chaaad by a aubmariry ' Tha eteamahip Waatarnar escaped two submarines on Bar trip acroaa tha Atlantic, her aee ond advertur balng 100 an i Ira cast of Nantucket lightship, Thuraday. Washington, Juna 8. Naval con voy for aoatal ahipping ara baing aaUljtiahad by tha Navy Department. K port...

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

paily Kentuokian fabliabed Eery Morning Except Monday by CHAS. M. MEACBAM Editor, Cham. M. Meachara, H. A. Roblnton, As't Editor. ntrd at th Hopkinsvjll Poot- jc aa Second (.UN Aiau aiauer. Katahllahad aa Horkiiurillo Comer- .tie in 18. Succeeded by Hop klnjril!e Democrat 1870. Published tjt the South Kentuckian 1879 to 1189. From 1889 to 1917 M tri weekly Kentnckian. riftyeMM Year PaklicatitM. SUBSCRIPTION RATES i Pmm yea by U 13 00 Du h earlier S.OO fcarUr Imm at aeaae jrortlale rate. Aareertlelaf Hates AIUalloa til SOUTH MAIN STREET. WATCH THE DTE After your Mane, renew promptly, and not mix number. The Postal regulations axmlr auhaeriDtiona to be paid in ftdraDee. Out of the Shadow By SUSAN CLAOBTT 1 I Knnwtnc that the railroad were mm- teeted by the moeemeot of troop, aba a motortruck to carry food sua hlr WHAT'S THE DIFFERENCE? (By lateraaliaaal Kee Service.) Cincinnati, O., June 8. Became the telephone .1 tftory here has rlaind attorny-l-law and attor neys aeparatcly. the que...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Kentuckian. — 9 June 1918

H0PKIN3VILLC K1NTUCKIAN FACE THREE Hi TAKE NOTICE OF THIS DRESS EVENT ! QJ OUSV STORE INCORPORATED Jl, I1S. f9 r - V TALK! THINK! ACT! We talk a great deal these days about "high cost" and "economy." But most peo ple take it out in "talk." Now is the time to act take advantage of these special prices and buy what you need if you don't need it, then it's high at any price. For Monday We Have Added the following Attractive Specials: $14.75 $19.75 Dresses Reduced Spurred on by the fact that food merchandise is hard to get, next to Impossible to get except at high cot, wo have found a way to .ovi.le good merchandise and lota of It at moderate prices. FOR MONDAY 120.00 DRESSES For Spring and Summer.. 128.50 TO 137.50 DRESSES For Spring and Summ.r . . These drama are splendid valuta, every on of thorn, and there are over 6080 Jutt re ceived from manufacturer who waa winding op hi spring and summ.r business, and closed thtm out to us at cost of material. Totheso wo have added 25 dresses fr...

Publication Title: Daily Kentuckian
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Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Kentuckian. — 9 June 1918

1 PRINCESS TOMORROW AND TUESDAY Actual Scenes from AMBASSADOR JAMES W. GERARD'S nn tt iz f : yy vviwv r our 2 ' s in VUJOI lLliHDi.liliy e TUU ,,:,.,, fllnw the actual facts set down in Ambassador Gerard's first book, and the scenes are true to life no expense being spared by the producer to reproduce in the minute detail the various events of those fate- ful four years which led up to the entrance of the United States into the great conflict. ADMISSION Matinee, Children under 12 years, 17c; Adults 28c, War Tax included. Night Children under 12 years 28c; Adults 39c, War Tax included. Every American Man, Woman and Child Should See This Wonderful Production. GARROTTWRIGHT. Mr. Isaac Grrott and Mist Thema Wright wer quietly married yester dy afternoon t 4:15 t the home of the bride on East Sixteenth St Rev. Everett S. Smith officially unit ed the young couple, the bride be ing a member of Ninth Street Chris tian Church. The groom is a ion of R. J. Garrott. a prominent farm er of near ...

Publication Title: Daily Kentuckian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Kentuckian. — 9 June 1918

i 4a Tit n n n n X S 1 I k n rr n i t L We have been appointed the Cadillac Service Station for this part of Kentucky and are now ready and SiT 1 lu E.,V.tthe VCry, bCSt ?ervice on Cadillac Gars- We rePair cara of ALL MAKES with EX SKILL, but the, mere fact that we are appointed Agents and Service Station for Cadillac Motor Cars proves our ability, We have everything the motorist could want COME! AND SEE! r tt n oopmesviMe Auito Coo BRITISH TROOPS ON THE JEBEL HAMARIN, MESOPOTAMIA - -T' life!: "to. .. tJa , - I a I ' .1. IS DRUDD ORDERED v - w - , - -.. . . . . . ..v..W'vi -J Dr. Travis D. Rudd received tele aphic orders last night from Wuh. ington ordering him to report at Chillicothe, Ohio, Jan 22 where he will be asaigned to duty in tho Med ical Reserve Corpe with the rank of First Lieutenant. Dr. Rudd applied aevernl mnnthi ago for appointment, pasted the ex lamination aucccMfully, and had re ceived hia acceptance notification ev eral weeki ago. He will undergo course of trainin...

Publication Title: Daily Kentuckian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Kentuckian. — 9 June 1918

ACt SIX HOPKINSVILLE KENTUCKIAN jMtt, lit. r tjJ. F""l f "A Great Net of Mercy drawn thrcnjtfh .jSTIf1 an Ocean of Unspeakable Pain pig jiiTheAmericcihRedCross PUTTING HIS MONEY TO WORK ; C A JViJ&. -S- - n krl Contributed by Charles Dan Qlbaoav THE HOPE OF THE WORLD At:- ' THE hope of the world U not alone that tlie armies, of humanity will be victorious, but that the spirit and purpose of our warfare will prevail in M 5UJ vjcy?- The nope o? the world b id tlie lied Cross, because the lied Cross U voicing this spirit and pur pose that mint, through the force of our ann?, triumph. Just to the de gree that we can evidence this Red Cross epirit of mercy and brother hood we will hold true in the dan peroii" hciir of victor)' to the ideals that have forced us into the trenches in the d. fense of human rights and human liberty. The oue sane and saving thought in this delirium of di-ath that now posHesxes tlie world is the Red Cross. Wherever the storms of battle hell rage, amid the f...

Publication Title: Daily Kentuckian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Kentuckian. — 9 June 1918

HERE'S NEW ONE IN ALIBIS. (Br lateraatUael N.we Servha.) Atlanta, Ga., Jan 8. "Jedgs, I thought you meant not to steal any more in Atlanta," Mid Rom GSIley, negro, brought back to court for stealing an aotomoblie near Chatta nooga, afttr being at liberty on pro bation following similar previous theft her. But Judge Mill refused the alibi and Gllley ia "making amall ones out of large onea" now." Eyes tested, lenaea ground. HARDWICK. DEBU. WHO CAVE QUEEN VIOLIN LESSONS, IS HERE. (By laterastieaal Neva Serelee.) Denver, Col., June Edouard Deru, who Uught Queen Elitabeth of Belgium, to play a violin, la on a tour of the United Statea In behalf of Belgian war sufferers. Ha taya the Belgian Queen waa the moat democratic pupil he ever taught. De ni waa in Bruaaela when that city waa captured by the Germane. Ha waa made a priaoner and then escaped to Holland. The muaic maater aaya Queen Elitabeth now apenda virtually her entire time among the troops. 2 : Better Banking Service for Farmers T...

Publication Title: Daily Kentuckian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Kentuckian. — 9 June 1918

f.CE LIGHT HOPKINSVI1XE KENTUCKIAN hi ' : H a ran m IN w w 1 CLOSES JULY 1, 1918 LL1 Mi 8! S3 18 w w w w w Closing Date, July 1st, 1918. Y1 Jt CJlJlJUHUlJlJlll uJ'UXJ'Jl M M Owing to the unprecedented conditions existing cause by the great IB World War now going on in Europe, the great scarcity and enormous M advance of merchandise suitable for stocking an UP-TO-DATE PREMI UM STORE, we have decided that it is best for all parties concerned to M Close The Premium Store $j ML I My 1st, 191& i M M M We request all parties having Premium Store Tickets to call AT ONCE and get such premi- m urns as their tickets will purchase, before the M M W' Should You Wait Until After That Time M 83 Your Tickets Cannot Be Redeemed, a c I and we now insist that every holder come as soon as possible. ftj We thank the people of Hopkinsville, Christian and adjoining counties for 'their ffl generous patronage given us for more than the five years we have been, and wishing here every patron unbounded su...

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

IIOPKINSVILLE, KENTUCKY, TUESDAY, JUNE II, 1918. Price 3 Centi. V fJTOMt COMMENT Call 44t If yea fell l the Keatackiaa) promptly. And if yee have a news it, phawe H to the same bar. Ten Republican Senators will take part in th Indiana State Campaign. - Irvln 8. Cohb h arrived In New York from trip to the front. Two hundred disabled soldiers hav been sent bark from France, arriving but week. An entire cbua of 47 dentiaU to ba , graduated in Louisville to-day will Join the army. The Americana yeatarday advanced a far aa Chesy. It will not be to very long before they advance m far I aa Hamburg. BOO i A thimble donated to the Red Croaa by Mrs. Wilson was bought for 11.000 by Col. K. II. R. Green, of Nov York. -ooo- America has two Kaisers in the game of catching the German Kaiser. Irvin J. Kaiser, of Indiana, la already la Pratiee and Sergt Herman Kaiser, af -Louisville, is at Hattiesburg im patent to go. ooo Seven hundred and three men en . listed In the nsvy this Uat week, ac cording ...

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

June II 191 FACE TWO DAILY uinvcuAn a d h ii P tl V o r to Ir U tl o sy h. u paiy Keniuckian nbltshsd Ivsry Morula, Iieep Monday by CHAS. M. MCACHAM Editor, Cha. M. Meacham, A. A. Rohlnson. Ass't Editor. e.Urd at the Hopkinsvllle Poei. vjlce m Becond CUss Mad Matwr. established HopkiisTvlll Cwe- kahili Democrat 187. Ibhahed th South Kentaekiaa 17 U tig" From IMS to 11T a trt kly KntockiB. . SUBSCRIPTION RATESi m r by 3.M Om roar by sarrle 00 I MOM ,t,", rales. AaWthie He tee m Aoolt IIS SOUTH MAIN STREET. WATCH THE DATE Aftof yoar Mm. nni promptly, nd ot miss umber. Ths Postal rr"titn rsqaire subscriptions to bo paid ia sxlraaca. a))pa5iajaaj . "if Thu paper hu oUkted of Amencs for uc dofthc-nr OUR SERVICE FLAG THE CASUALTY LIST. Casualties among: the American e preditionary forcea thus fsr reported by General Pershing. Including Sun day's list, toUl 7.315, the war de partment announced in making, pub lic the hint regular weekly summsr les of casualties Deaths In action and from wou...

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

June II. 1018 DAILY KENTCCXIAN FACE THREE FATHERLESS CHIL DREN OF FRANCE. The namra of the eiphl French rrpluine assigned to the schools of Ilopkinavillc anil Christian rounty have bcrn received ami are aa fol lows: No. 61 IK West Side School Louis Solrr, manculinr, born May II, 111. Address, 2 Rue Balxar, Alger, France. No. SI03 Virginia St. School Kuianne Kimenrl, feminine, born 23rd of April, 1914; address, 19 Kue de Thare, (iravillc Ste. Hunorine (Seine Puprricnel Kranre. No. Kill -IMtnnnt School Uaine fleaire Sioii, tiaarulinr, horn Novem ber 20th. 1111'. Ad.lr.-M Roche la Molirre Cote I'urn ux (Loire) Franre. No. 6073-lliKh School- Name. Deniae Saucn, feminine, Horn SJnd of May, 1911. Address Au I'rrt Com mane de Ijisots (Aveynou) r'rnnr. No. 117 I. Fayette School Name Robert 1-acny, maaruline, born July 18,1914. Addreaa, 37 Ave de la Re publique, Aubervillier (Seine) Franre. No. Kl 21 Crofton School Name, Maria Solignae, feminine, born July 22. 1907. Addreaa 3 Hue ilu I-oubey...

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

DAILY KENTUCKIAN June tt. mn FIRE HORSES l PAGE FOUR 111 RIHV CAUSED MUCH EXCITEMENT DURING BIG PRINCESS THEA TRE FIRE YESTERDAY. A second excitement yesterday f ternoon slmnut an irreat a that creat ed by the Princess theatre fir. was caused by runaway en Ninth street. During tht excitement of the fir a pair of horses belong-in; to the Fir Department becam excited while standing on Ninth itwt In front of the express efflee headed rait Tom Wadlington grabbed tha linn and tried to hold them hat waa forced to release the linea when the wagon run too near another to a'low him to paaa between them. Breaking away from tha driver tha team dahed up tha atreet at full speed till they cam to Liberty atreet where the tongue of tha wairon truck the big concrete block aqua re ly and knocked it over and a bo over turned the wagon and demoliahed the entire fmnt of it. Although thia col lision checked the runaway horvea not a scratch of any conaequence was auatained by either. Thia runaway and acc...

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

DAILY KENTUCKIAN WEATHER. J Wsdnesdsy, fair and continued warmer. j , GREATER HOPKINS. J VILLE WANTS YOU." a i Ettabluhed 1879 VoL XL-Daily Vol. 1. No. 81 HOrKINSVILLE, KENTUCKY, WEDNESDAY, JUNE U 1918. Price 3 Cents. 1. w w w WW fa. Call 441 if yew fall U get Ksalaifciaa pressattly. A ad if yew asve a aews Man, phoae M Gen. Bcrthelot, of tha French array haa arrived here to Inspect our camps and soldiers. Tiro Msrshal T. B. Tannell hai started a movement to prohibit the m of Are work on July 4th. Thirty-nine dead and 91 wounded make up tha lateat casuslty liat Two Kenturkiana war severely wounded Herbert Ilinkle. of Lily, and James Mcintosh, of Covington. One of the factions In Russia has ' appealed to tha United States Intervene and W; tha alliessenda mili tary force to repel the Germans who are taking; poaaeasion of the country. Dr. W. O. Green and Mias Wini fred Green were married in Louisville Monday. Mias Green is also a phy sician, and aha and Dr. W. O. Green avs been profess...

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

DAILY KENTVCKIAN June 12 191 Daily Kcntuckian rabliahed Evry Morning Except Monday by CHAS. M. MEACIIAM Editor, Chae. M. VWacham, B. A. Robinaon, Aat't Editor. Cntered at Ui Hopkinsvlll To- vffle,a Second CUaa Mail Matter. tWXtMwXra II Conser-fa id by Hop- fl A Mooey avrnig Froposito m Established at Hnpklnsvill nlln in IH66. Succeeded khuvllla Democrat 1878. Published u th. South Kentuckian 1879 to 1189. From 1889 to 1917 aa trt-l weekly Kantuckian. Fifty-Mod Year of faUleaHa. THE CT U kv SALE suBscmrnoN rates i 9m year by asail M M Ob year by earrW i-00 Urt toraM at aa-a aeswarti ato rate. AaWtisIra Rata a Aaliaatao) 111 SOUTH MAIN STREET. WATCH THE DATE After yoer aame, renew promptly, and not mis amber. The Foetal regulation swrair ubcriptiona to ba paid ra advance. OF THE STOCK OF Diamonds, Watches, Jewelry, Silverware, Cut-Glass, Etc. Which is Now Going on at the Store of Y0 ass e (Incorporated.) t-vr. .i s i nu paper iui ciixuipj l.iththe government in the fcauso of America f...

Publication Title: Daily Kentuckian
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