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

June 12. 1018 PAGE THREE KOLB&HOWE Jcuclers and Opticians We have just received a large assortment of Cluster Diamond Rings and otfierattractive 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. 1 No. 8 S. Main. Phone Mi. GKO. KOLB WALTER HOWE 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 '' 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 Successful Career of This Bank Recommends II As a Safe Depository. W. T. TANDY, rriHulont J NO. U. 1K IC K. Vk e-rres. IKA L SMITH, Cashier J. A. BROWNING, Jr., Awl Cashier JOI-: M cCARROLL, JR., AaVt Cashier...

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

PACK roux DAILY KENTUCKIAN June 12. 191 ' i' 't Rex To-day Charlie Chaplin IN "Behind The Screen" W f rV y k W TTTT T 1 TT I If l RTI TTV V i it rr r w TPV A TTT $ ISrTWAL WAItn AINU UIAKIUNI) DAI TO-DAY, WEDNESDAY "The House of Hate" FEATURING PEARL WHITE and ANTONIO MARENO 'Who's No One?' Episode No. 8 The Princess service will be transferred to the Rex for the pre sent. 1 8 PRINCESS SERVICE Watches, Diamonds, Stone Set Rings Special Day At The Auction Sale Today A nmnnTAAT a ti mrnTiTi I We will offer the best of the Stock in Solid Gold and Filled Watches, in Gentlemen's Watches, Ladies' Watches and Bracelet Watches. Diamond Rings, Single Stone and Cluster; Diamond Bar Rings, Diamond Lavalliers and Diamond Ear Screws, ft A large assortment of White, Wile & Warner Fancy Stone Rings, in Ruby, Amethyst, On, nnrl Rl M Wa cVinll nff nnirtliincr rn f nr filif ftli all Iro cnprlnl nf frlnrr in Vi a nVAirA lmA A fl V oiiuu vaaws miij uiau away m- w wjvw - a viiviuigil l. JkMJ V W lll...

Publication Title: Daily Kentuckian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Kentuckian. — 13 June 1918

DAILY KENTUCKIAN . WEATHER. Thursday, partly cloudy. "GREATER HOPKINS. VILLB WANTS YOU." 1 5 i Kit belied 1879 VoL XLD.i!y Vol. 1. No. 82 HOPKINSVILLE, KENTUCKY, THURSDAY, JUNE 13, H18. Price 3 Cents. EO'.TOKtAl COMMENT ! sstf Call 44t U pee) fall to ! the KMlxklai peensnstly. Am4 if H haes sews ilea, pkoae K to Uk Chicago has two .double hangings her Jun 21. . Lincoln McConnell spoke last night to an audience of mor than 1,000 nd tlrred thorn to tho wildest en thuaiaiu. ' Two nor ahipa hav boon hoard from aa havinf boon aonk laat Sat urday off tho Virginia coast They war Norwegian tumIi and were looted bcforo they war aunk. Tho boy now onUring th ser vice will bo th lucky one. Tboy . wilt arrtv In Franco aa trainod sold lora Just in time for tho advsnc aw Borlin next 8pring. . TH "old house" coa porta for Chris tian county ara not coming In vary fast. Thor ar several house in Christisa county mor than 100 yoara A ry commandabl rivalry am t hav arisen among th allioa to ao which nat...

Publication Title: Daily Kentuckian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Kentuckian. — 13 June 1918

PAGE TWO DAILT KENTUCKIAN June 1.1 191ft Daily Kantuckian fabliahed Ivery Morning Except Monday by CBA8. M. M EACH A II Editor, Chaa. M. Macham, EL A. Robineon, Aas't Editor. atared at the Hopklnivllle Post adaea M Second CUm Mail Matur. Cetabliahed Hopklnevllls Conier-1 "A SPLENDID TOHIO" San Hiiim Uh Waa, On Dec lar. Adrka.Taok Card-A4kNwWtL Hlrsoa. Teaa. "Aboa II yenre aga I in..." ears Mr. . R OedJ. ot Ihla place. 1 aarferee! with a pain In mr left aid, coald not ilt at nlirtit Hh tMa pain, always m lbs loft FARM CROPS REPORT ISSUED vativs in 1866. Suceaadad by Hon kiMTilla Democrat 1876. Published aa the Soutb Kenluckiea 187 to 1889. rrom 1888 ta 1917 aa tri vially Kantuckian. fifty e.aead Tear el Pablicatlea. SUBSCRIPTION RATESi Omm yr by mail 3 0 Dm rr br carrier a.Ov tUrlir larsf at mm pros tioaate rata. Advertlag Rates aa AaedkaUoai Sit SOUTH MAIN STREET. WATCH TIIE DATE Aftar your a, renew promptly, and not miaa a aamber. Tha Postal regulations saqulre subscriptions to ba ...

Publication Title: Daily Kentuckian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Kentuckian. — 13 June 1918

June IX 1918 DAILY KtNTLCXUH face THREE AD WELL BROS. TIN WORK OF ALL KINDS Roofing, Guttering and Repairing. Plat Bed Steam Boxes. Country Work a Specialty. HOPKINSVILLE, KENTUCKY. Rear I. O. O. F. Building. ( Tooth Brushes K U th Healthful uUf H'J 1 Don't Neglect Your Teeth a Day Every person young and old should ac quire the habit of brushing the teeth daily. Barents can do their children a lifetime favor by encouraging the proper use of the tooth brush until It becomes a regular habit The test and easiest way to acquire this habit for both parent and child Is to use a tmty dentifrice. We can furnish you with any of the best dental creams, powders or liquids. Also tooth brushes in all styles and prices. J. O. COOK DRUGGIST PROGRAM CircU MHllM Ta B. Held At Olive Beetle! Ckucrk, Jaae St-30, ISIS. Devotional Exercise PrMton HsyneS. 1. Th. Priesthood of Believer J. F. Dixon. H. W. Boxley. H. B. Cabby. t. SUta Missions With Soma At- tantlon to District Miaalont Holland Gsrnett, Jos. ...

Publication Title: Daily Kentuckian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Kentuckian. — 13 June 1918

pack roum DAILT KfcNTUCKIAN June IX I91S 1 Rex To-day Jack Pickford ant Louise Huff -In- "The Varmint )9 A Paramount pro duction of superi or merit. ADMISSION. Adults 10c Chi'drrn 5c OLD HOUSES SOME OF THE ANCIENT LAND MARKS OF BUSY, BUSTLING HOPKINSV1LLE Th Courier Journal ia advertis InK for tlie oldest and moat ancient buiding in each county of tha State. Christian was one of tha first coun tic ,-er,talli.shed after tha original five were laid out, of which Logan was one. Christian waa cut off from Logan embracing all territory west of Todd and Henderson counties including thoie counties and running westward to the Kentucky Pur chase. The county waa laid off prior to 1797 and there are several housas till standing that war built in the ensuing ten years. Tha original house of B. T. Wood, the pioneer, was located near the present corner of Campbell and Fourteenth streets, and soma parts of ha timbers are probably still ex ant in an old hous on the same lot. This however, ia not kn...

Publication Title: Daily Kentuckian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Kentuckian. — 14 June 1918

Eatabti.hed 1879 VoL XL-Di!y Vol. 1. No. 83 IIOPKINSVIIJ K, KKNIUCKY. FRIDAY. JUNF, 14, 118. Price 3 Cents IliiFciin'j ;.? Call 44 il yen fell to fat the Keetecktaa promptly. And tf yee hee ee-e it.as. pkoao it to the same aemtwe. BAKER'S ELOQUENCE. .teeretary Maker in an address to the Weet Point railrta Wednesday closed hla thnllinsr speech with tha follow ing eloquent peroration: "I ran imagine that whin tha Cod of nation ralla tha roll of thoaa who have been faithful. England will aa, 'I am here with my ahipa and my men. My losses are gravious, but my apirit ia unbroken.' "Italy answers too from tho Alps to tha Asiago. Bha says, 'My aona ara here dying and struggling but holding tho moutnain passes against thoaa who would rruah us.' "And France oh, tht beauty and sublimity of her reaponae, 'I am her bleeding at every pore. My country ia part occupied. Tha mother earth has received to itaelf again hundred f thouaanda of my dead children. But our head are high, our determ ination ...

Publication Title: Daily Kentuckian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Kentuckian. — 14 June 1918

DAILY KCNTUCKIAN June 14 191 Daily fantuckian A Money f-ablished Erery Morning Except Monday by CHAS. M. MCA CHAM Editor, Chae. M. Meacham, i H. A. Robinson, Aai't Editor. j BnUrsd at th Hopkinsville Poat- i tee aa Becond Claaa Man aner. s u vt y,t -ic -yx -iu M - aving Proposition'!' 1 established aa Hopkinsville Conwr- entiv In 18. Succeeded by Hop- Unaville Democrat 1878. Published aa tha Bonth Kentuckian 1M7'J l USt. From 1H89 to 1917 aa trt-, weakly Kentuckian. Plfty-aMrad Yaar of reblieetioo. TIE AUCTIOH SALE SUBSCRIPTION KATESi m ,mv by ai.il 3 00 Om yaar by earriee 00 HwIM laraM at sasse proaertioaate rets. Mrertislrg Ratee AaadicaUow SIS SOUTH MAIN STREET. WATCH THE DATE Aftar your same, ranaw promptly, and not miaa a number. Tha Postal regulations Mqoir aubacriptiona to ba paid in sdvanc. This paper has enlisted .th the government in the I ,vte of America tor the ysriodof the war OUR SERVICE FLAG OF THE STOCK OF Diamonds, Watches, Jewelry, Silverware, Gut-Glass, Etc. Which...

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

- - .- L DAILY KENTt-CCIAW PACK THREE June 14. ItMft KOLB&HOWE Jevtelers 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. Thone ait. CEO. KOLB WALTER II0WE DISCARDS MOR2ES. The city council of Morganneld has purchased a modern fire trurk, carrying rhrmiral tank, abundance of hoe, e xtrnnton ladder, electric radi ator! ami mui chains. The rity horses are lo he dona away with, saving $ino a year. Preferred Locals FOR TAXI Call J. H. Reese. 679. ROOM for light housekeeping, modern and all convenience. Clone I in. Report thia office 74-tf i j r lowers for all ocraaiona at Met i catfe'a Greehouse, Including roees, carnations, sweet peas and gladiolas. For Stick Right I'aita and Ful ler'a Wall Paper Cleaner, call Mr....

Publication Title: Daily Kentuckian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Kentuckian. — 14 June 1918

DAILY KENTUCKIAN June 14 1911 PACK roim u 0 ti rs I U r a y 1) DR. BEVAH IB PRESIDENT STEAKS FOR DRY NATION AND BIG QUOTA OF PHYSICIANS FOR ARMY SERVICE. (From the Courier -Journsl ) Chicago, June 13. National pro hibition for the benefit of military and civil populations alii, the nec essity of esch county in the United States sending a quota of 20 per rent of its medical men into army service, and the withdrawal of doe- tors generally from association after the war with German scientists un til Germany hss purged itself of guilt were festures of the address of Dr Athur Peen Bevan, of Chicago, in stalled Tuesday night as president of the American Medical Association. tr. Charles Mayo, of Rochester. Minn., retiring president; Surgeon General Korgss, U. 8. A.; Surgeon General Braisted, U. 8. A.; Assist ant Surgenn-General Rucker, and medical emissaries from the nation of the Entente, Ittenilrd" the war ! meeting of the association Tuesday in addition to hundraefevof physicians and 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. — 15 June 1918

V aa DAILY KENTUCKIAN GREATER HOPKINS. 2 WEATHER. VILLE WANTS YOU." Saturday, party cloudy. Ettablished 1879 VoL XL-Daily Vol. 1. No. 84 HOPKINSVILLE, KENTUCKY, SATURDAY, JUNE 15, 1H8. Price 3 Cents rWlToFAL'MHHDiT"! Call 44t if rn fell b iri Ik Keatwckiaa areeantly. Aad If yea bev Htrt Iiih, abeae It to the Can. March will giv out a weekly war review every Saturday. Walter Guion, appointed to taecaad 8nator Brouasard, of Louisville, hag taken hie seat. The Iluna hava declared the Amer ican coast dancer tone. Now left make it especially dangerous for than Aftor hearing of all of those n knowa rivers in Franca, it la not sur pricing that Roosevelt discovsred new on in Booth America. Alan Nichols, of Falo Alto, CL, and Sidney Drew, a nephew of John Draw, the actor, have been killed In the aviation service In Franca. Bar old Essoa of Washington, la miaaing. Cordon W. Cooper, of Lanaing, Mich., an aviator, waa killed at the Ft. Worth Field. Ilia plana crashed to the ground while making ...

Publication Title: Daily Kentuckian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Kentuckian. — 15 June 1918

fACt TWO DAILY KENTUCKIAM June 15. 1914 t.' r il Daily Kentuckian abHabe4 Every Morning Eaeept Monday by CHA8. M. II EACH AM - Editor, Chas. M. Meacham, II. A. Robinson, Aas't Editor. CaUrad at the Ace aa Second Hopkinsville Toat CUaa Mail Mstter. Mtablished a Hopkinsville Conaer tive in M. Bueceeded by HP ttnaville iHmocrat 187S. Published 4 tia South Kenloekian 1B7S to MP from INH to 1917 aa tri weekly Kentuckiau. HOW MRS. BOYD AVO DED All PEBATION ruir-MMd Yaar af Pabiicatta. M'BSCRIPTION RATESi He ,t by mail 13.00 ( imi br ttrmr 1-00 rtr Iim at eaase pf epetUsaate re tee. tdveetiah-g Rataa aa Aawlieetlee) til SOUTH MAIN STREET. WATCH THE DATE A fur your .mim, rrnrw promptly, and not miaa a nambrr. The Postal regulations equire subscriptions to b paid in dvsnee. i mi paper tof eruniea - rith the government in the k cause of AmericaYor the ,' icriod of the war OUR SERVICE FLAG ?. Cantnn. Ohio. "I suffered from a female trnabta whicb caused via mora sunering, and two doetora decide...

Publication Title: Daily Kentuckian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Kentuckian. — 15 June 1918

June 1.1. 1918 DAILI tXHTLCXLkM FACE THtt I I AD WELL BROS. TIN WORK OF ALL KINDS Roofing, Guttering and Repairing. Plat Bed Steam Boxes. Country Work a Specialty. HOPKINSVILLE, KENTUCKY. Rear I. O. O. F. Building. V WORTH 1) JwlJ WeCanMakeYourShavingEasier Shaving tn the modern way with modern utenstlsis a read pleasure rather than a nuisance. However, even some of the latest shaving devices are not a big Improvement over the old. But we are tn position to Know which are the most worthy, as we have had an opportu nity to investigate them alL We tender you a most hearty Invitation to Inspect cur worthy assortment of razors trops-hones blades brushessoaps in all forms eoothmg ointments to. J. . COOK DRUGGIST i J gank of Jfopkinsville Capital Stock $100,000. Surplus Fund $25,000 fiopkinsvitles Oldest Bankt m 55 tfears Old. TESTED BY TIME STRONG IN RESOURCES For more than half a century this bank haa a record of Buccess. Our officers welcome consultation. Start your account in this str...

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

r ace rovx DAILY KENTUCKIAH 1 250,000 cross five EVERY H LIEUT. GEN. BRIDGES DECLARES GEN. FOCH NOW HAS SITU ATION IN HAND. Boston. Jun 14. "Th flow of troop from this country to Europe to at the nit of a quarter of a mil lion a month and nothing can (top It. certainly not the Kaiser and hia U-boats," declared Lieut Gen. Thomas Bridires, British high com missioner to the United States, at a dinner tendered him taat night by a number of prominent British and Canadian residenta. "I have it on th beat authority," he continued, "that Gen. Foch, with whom I am intimately acquired, to very certain he haa th aituation well in hand, and can hold th Germane. "W have today 200,000 Ameri can troop brigaded with Britiah and French aoldiera and thto Intimate ae aociation will have tar-reaching effect on the future of the nations." CAVANAUCH IS FREED. Th life sentence imposed on ' Frank Cavanaufrh, of Hopkins coun ty, was commuted to two to 21 years by Governor Stanley. Aa Cava nauKh was convicte...

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

R DAILY KENTUCKIAM Z WEATHER. J Sunday, warmer. CHEATER HOPKINS- VILLE WANTS YOU." Established 1879 VoL XL-Daily Vol. 1. No. 85 HOPKINSVILLE, KENTUCKY, SUNDAY, JUNE 16, 1918. Price 3 Cents. 15) tDlTOiyAL COMMENT Call If If VM fail U the KmImUii, aewssptly. Aad if ye hav aews ttcea, peea It te I a- ;,,,. (All ST ft den raulU WftR uu vy u . Th Government ntii your mon- yj you r.ee'ph Jamp LUut G& L. Boyl. of th avia tion service, and Mia Margaret Mc Chord, daughter of Interstate Com merce Commissioner Cha. C. Mo Chord. were mrrid In Whir.gton yesterday afternoon. A eeeoVid excursion of American bombing planta waa mad Friday aft arnoon behind teh Carman line. All returned aaff ly notwithstanding anti aircraft fire and after rapulainf tha attacks of two Carman airplanaa. Five Amarifan machines launrhad 79 bom ha weighing 2 kilos aach on tha railway atation and adjoining build ings at Conflan. Htaila of federal amploymant eer vic from all - aUtaa attending tha national war labor conf...

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

Dally Kentuckian fabliebed leery Morning Except Monday bf CHAS. If. MEACHAM Editor, Chaa. M. Meacham, B. A. Robinson, Aaa't Editor. toured at the Hopkinayill Post WBce aa Sacond Class Wail Mattar. Brtabliahed aa HopkinsTille Conser vative in 1868. Succeeded by Hop. manna vemoerat I87. rublished M tha Booth Kentuckian 1879 to MM. From 1889 to 1917 aa tn arkly Kentackiao. 1 1 Dean f 100. an. I wife to Geo. North Chrintian fifty mid Tear af Pablicatioa. a. SUBSCRIPTION RATES i year by mall 13 00 yaar by carrier I 04 lkct Sera a aaaaa praaaett ate ' A4rrtUiaf Rata m AaaJicatiaa XII SOUTH MAIN STREET. WATCH THE DATE After your tuna, ranaw promptly, and not miaa Bomocr. ma rosiai regulations Faquir aobaciiptiona to ba paid in svdranea. THE EMBLEM OF HUMAN MERCY ua - saufL'a, aw By SAMUEL GOMPERS Croft and wifa to Jno. $448. Farm. Pa via Coal i r 1Thi MtvrKiaa amltcf! Ifttli the government in the se of America tor the the war OUR SERVICE FLAG A ZiuC i.w 5 tj! feJt aV . - - - - 0 I -J raj (...

Publication Title: Daily Kentuckian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Kentuckian. — 16 June 1918

J..e U, 1H- HOPKINSVILLE KENTUCUAN. AG THREE i .4 1 f V AD WELL BROS. Preferred Locals FOR TAXI Call J. H. Re... 679. TIN WORK OF ALL KINDS Roofing, Guttering and Repairing. Plat Bed Steam Boxes. Country Work a Specialty. HOPKINSVILLE, KENTUCKY. Rear I. O. O. F. Building. ROOM for light houseKeeping, poilrn and all convenience. Close in. Report thi office 74-tf 8inithon atrr delivered Tue lay and Saturday. I'hore 6T.3-1. luiMimwt Good Morning. Have You Seen The Courier? Evansvllle's Dest paper- For Stick Right Pet. and Ful ler'a Wall Paper Cleaner, call Mra. F.mma Cattail, 811 Walnut itr.et rhone 790. 68-tf f S M?L E AKpMvX tkJj worth m&'i&M We Can Make Your Shaving Easier Shaving tn the modem way with modern utensils 1 a real pleasure rathver than a nuisance. However, even some of the latest shaving devices are not a bttf Improvement over the old. But we are tn position to Know which are the most worthy, as we have had an opportu nity to Investigate them all. We tender you ...

Publication Title: Daily Kentuckian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Kentuckian. — 16 June 1918

t - ' II' if . FACE roua f 250,000 EM OF THE STOCK OF in (p " jj (nj ' jf t ' ) i ! 1 I i , i - ; v It1 v tht , i ff LIEUT. CEN. BRIDC1 CEN. FOCH NOW ATION IN I Boston, June 14. troop from this eou is at the rate of a q lion a month and n it, certainly not the U-boats." declared Thomas Bridges, El tnissioner to the V a dinner tendered h a number of promil Canadian residenta. "I have it on the he continued, "that whom I am intimal very certain he has I in hand, and can h "We have today can troops brigaded French soldiers and ociation will havi effect on the future CAVANAUGH The life eenten ' Frank Cavanaugh, ty, was commuted ti by Covemor Stan naugh was convict the commutation gf f Cavanaugh waa e murder of Leonard TOO ILL 1 The Diuguid-Ti which waa to have this evening, has postponed on accot of Miss Diuguid. c. s SUM! Perfection Blue F ( lor summer canning. Tht cconimcal in ticn. Always no ashes, no e get, no odor, thing you wot lar stove. D buying one ol Two sizes 3 I with or wit ...

Publication Title: Daily Kentuckian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Kentuckian. — 16 June 1918

"A Great Net of .Mercy drawn through K THIS OVER r it ;, . .-I ! PUTTING HIS MONEY TO WORK j 1 - " " immm iiee I THE HOPE OF By HAROLD BELL TIE hop of the world is not alone that the armies of humanity will be Tictorious, but that the spirit and purpose of our warfare will prevail in our victory. The hope of the world l is in the Ked Cross, because me nea ) .TroM is voicing this spirit and pur- V tVia fnrrA nf pose uiai niui, iuiuu6 - our arms, inumpu. u gree that we can evidenco this Red V CroHS spirit of mercy and brother ho we will hold true in the dan- geroiw hour f victory to the ideals lliat have forced us into the trenches io th d. feiise of human righu and human liberty. The one sane and saving thought in, this delirium of death that now possesses the world is theUed Cross. Wherever the storms of battle hell rage, amid the fires of ruthless destruction, in trench' and camp and hospital, these soldiers of mervy with heroixni unsurpassed are eurryintfthe fla of the higliej-t w...

Publication Title: Daily Kentuckian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Kentuckian. — 16 June 1918

. rxcKtrx ' , uaflt riffTvctiA.. - ; , - jM i, mi I MANY RE-CLASSIFIED. , laani jr.su laaM . iMimiai naji. j At Jefferaonville. Ind.. thirty-threa 'mfTTsT J ? l V y Xr V J I ) 'yourg registrants who had lieen put J I 11 7 I A r I in Class 4 were notified ye.terday Nl l ,f V7Y7r L X 7 . I fTN i that they, by order if the district -----myJ- 'r ' m F n t. I. , rJ'W'-aiW .Un a-TJ '. ; 'en placed in Ha., I.A. Si' ."!rUwT ' ll . F V 1i til j -T ?Ti I "" f b- T!,,y "" "arne. during (J nk1 aTTM j r T,-.--iz .."ye,-;.''-.:-'iJ II V ' JF-l the yenr All ever t!,e country thm aW NwH . V, "'--u:. '-A ' '-- .. ! j trit.- U J;J'':t) r 'ArVrW t-J the draf:. .t..en,boro Mes- LliJ - t-' n Kr. (VVfJX ' :y- -'7TX?-'v , A rrr" ' THE MARKET BASKET. 1- J f,i Jtijf .. . JT0"' f"': '7 I r A huge Italian Isaac fewt ahut to take tha water f.if tba llrat ltn. Tha ' ' ,J -.a-jTrVv 3f -iaJ lCf (Prices at Retail.) boat la alarrhl Mplnno. on of thi largest 1 ta typo. It U one of tha ayaa 1 , ".,7,'iV',;!.;ll..!'''...

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