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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Kentuckian. — 16 June 1918

I Hi 1 1 I I 1 ' I -A CfMt Met of Ksrcy rm-n throatf rt rn UWin Ml Will OS UMH The American Red Cross I BELIEVE III THE UN.TEDSTATES By Jssse Lynch William f th Vigilant. DOLLAR Perhaps It Was Your Red Cross Dollar That Gave This smsr Broken Hier His Chance to uve. frZa th ground they eoold ee at tMr wa oinUloa th mattr wltn hla machln. And vn whll they tfirougo their slaa-vs o be (aa to fall. .-'" A minute later th little Fr.t mho taace was piiI rruM 'n fir mile of hrll-trlcn ma.l nal lay hftwm thm and him. They found hltn besl-le the '"rhjn1 II was unconeclous, but a tree bad brokro bla fall. -Just In th nlrk of time." ssld the doctor n-.iy. -H' II he l-r-K J " boy for a few but ' ' bla all rlebt ' and b"cl' wl,h " - - -- Mmtallr4 m m m ... So they put him Into tn . --r .. VI " ambulance. and-lees than an I after they taw htm fall ba waa aaf to clean while bed. tv.i'. . h.i it meana to hav plen ty of equipment, plenty of ambulance n, rt.K-tor an.t banUmtea and every- thlna." al. 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. — 16 June 1918

rxct roua OAILT KENTUCKIA.. Jaao It. Itl. p..r.e r.icirr If- i i : ii 250,000 EVERY LIEUT. CEN. BRID GEN. FOCH NO ATION IN Boston, June 14. troop from this C' to at the rate of lion month and it, certainly not t) U-boate," dwlin Thomas Bridge, '. miaeioner to the a dinner tendered a number of proa Canadian residents "I have it on U . he continued, "tha whom I am intim very certain he hai in hand, and can "W have toda ran troop brigade French aoldier aa eoriation will hi effect on the futu CAVANAUG! Tha life enU ' Frank Cavanaugh ty, waa commuted by Governor St naagh waa eonvii the commutation I Cavanaugh waa murder of Leona TOO ILL The Diuguid which waa to ha this evening, ha postponed on aei of Mise Diuguid. SUM Perfection Blue r ur umme canning. 1 rconimcal I ticn. Aiwa no ashes, no iret, no od thing you lar atove. buying one Two aizea I with or v and glata ft 4 w1f i --1 I COLD i ' M f v Keep w j.' 1 thia year , a Our 8 : T Inch m t ' f- : r . S ALUI t m W h " of Slim JJ Com in M...

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

I WEATHER. Tuesdey, fir B1 "otJ ; so warm. DAILY KENTUCKI AN GREATER ' HOPs. J VILLE WANTS YOy;. Established 1879 VoL XL-Daily Vol. 1. No. 86 H0PK1NSVIILE, KENTUCKY. TUESDAY, JUNE 18, 1918. Price 3 Cent 4 m r r EDITORIAL COMMENT a ' Call 441 If m fall hptlU '. Kcatektea rssliy. Ami If yea have a aewe ilea, phone M ta th , mm number. American soldiers are already In Germany. On to Berlin! ."T Tha weather Sunday and yesterday ... . . reased to be warm. u was nm. If this th.ng keepa up, tha weath er man will get himself In bad. Tha Thrift Stamp Cam palm will open next week. -ooo1 Carman nrisoners returning from 'Russia ara to ba put back la the . army. AD of the acta of tha last Wgto . (store not containing emergency . xlauaes, became effective yeaterday. noa Here'e betting the Han and Aaa traln have aUrted something aba they can't fintah. Tha Nary recruiting ataUon at Henderson 0ss been closed hi tar entieting SO men. John Paul J one 'and Wn. Boley. in charge of tha tation, are now in...

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

T DAILY KENTUCKI June n. 1918 V t' .j JUntuckian ae4 Every Morning aUeept Monday by CHAR. M. MEACHAM Editor, Chaa. M. Meowham, II. A. Robinson, Ase't Editor. fa tared at the HopklnavlHe Poet- CM U Second VUM MU Cstabtkshed m Hopkinavllle Coneer- mmUmm l 1 IAS 8urrMid by HoP- namarrat 1176. Pnblishsc! a Use South Reetaekiaa 1879 to ISS. From 188 to 1817 aa trt sweaty Kantackian. fUty . 4 Year fubli-U - SUBSCRIPTION RATUt Dm year by ss.ll 300 Om ! by eatrsee m vw at mm ptw 111 SOUTH MAIN STREET. WATCH THE DATE After yow nmmnllv and aot snuai a number. Tha Foetal regulations soqulre eubecrtpUona to aa peia u , eeVraoce. V rr-Tb paper roiwt .crtne ox Mincnca igr uc ccnod of the war tyR SERVICE FLAG . -4 ITALIAN OFFENSIVE. Tha much talked of Aastro-Cer-maa dive in Italy was launchtd Sun day morning. Tha Italian and alliad armies ara bravely sustaining tha weight of tha Austrian forcee which ara attacking alone tha front of tha Italian thaatar from tha northwaat of tha Aaiago plataaa east...

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

f ACt THREt t V 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. Best Grades VVa. fPaints an Get Our Estimates First No matter what you era going to paint whether It's a big Job or a smail one we believe we can save you money. Or possibly you have a floor to wax or wall paper to clean or woodworh to varnish. If so. Just call and see what we can-do for you. We have an unusually large and fresh etoch of paints for all purposes floor wax -floor oil I furniture polish Kal 30 mine enamel brushes and supplies of all hinds. J. . COOK " .. DRUGGIST Va?c of ftopkinsvillo 'Capital Stock $100,000. Surplus Fund $25,000 w ffopkinsrillas Oldest ank, S9 lears Old. . TESTED BY TIME STRONG IN RESOURCES For more than half a century this bank has a record of Bucctsa. ' . Our officera welcome consu'tation. Start your account in this strong bank THIS month. " We pay three per cent inte...

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

. - " '-.-r."-"- I HEED THE WARNING Jurt 18, 1911 DAILY KENTUCKIAN WASH DAY FOR THE BRITISH, ARMY IN FRANCE j a a asasn i Vr II II I I U-.UI li vui m CHUM IG RALLY MEETING OF COLOR- - r is rru. ED fEOPLE PORARILY SUNOAY. Edgo.en ' the onty. mop. th colored churcn U was t thi. plc tht .bout 600 olortd peopl. met "'"'i;' .kr,h nlly nd wer hvmg an all 2;" t'm. till -bo-t 2 . Cock ... th afternoon. V Dm When th kidney r weak they give unmistaksbt warning tht -I ..1 J tint h trnored. Br eamin- .k. .rlna and treating V !" ny apon th first lg disorder, many day of lufTsnng way oe bv fclJaeva usually nm a oars ill-smelling urine, fall of "brkkdust and Dalnful In paa-age i-i ..k VMnava nftaB eaoaa dull 4. tUm amall a( th bsck. head- --k .ii... anella. Urd. wnin" r..t,r. and freauent rheumatic Doan' Kidney Plllsare ior uw s. y only. Thr h no botUr worn- I Hopkinsville peopl ndo! I Kidney rill. P. C. Clardy. Xl Bryant Doan'i St, .. , that Clarence Payn , . ' ... ... u. kidney .nd another color...

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

j I WEATHER. X Wednesday, fair and i warmer. J DAILY KENTUCKIAN ,, "GREATER HOPKINS. J I VILLE WANTS TOO.-3 Established 1879 VoL XL-Daily Vol. 1. No. 87 HOPKINSVILLE, KENTUCKY, WEDNESDAY, JUNE 19, 1918. Price 3 Cents J a ! EDITORIAL CT I " CB 44t If FH UH get Ik KewtwehWa srewtly. And if save a news hen, pkeae K to I um naiWt. . Three young woman at Frankfort want to tha country and helpad , Miaa Chrltin Reynolds, owner of a farm, harvest her wheat all clad in bloomers and even the wheat waa allocked. Tha "bone dry" law which ia now hi effect provide that spirituous. vinous ar malt liquors, except for medicinal purpoaea cannot be ahlpped into dry territory from any point within or without the state, and pro vides a heavy penalty for its violation. Tha law carries a clauas penalising, any person ar persons who receives liquor shipped in violation of tha act Kven soliciting ordera in dry terri tory la forbidden by the enw law. Largely through tha efforts of the Anti-Loafers Leacue. of...

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

21-7 DAILT KENTUCKIAN June 19, IQIft face nro Jaitt Kentuckian FU'ab4 Ewt Moralng Kieep Monday by CHAS. 1L MEACBAM Editor, CW M- Mchm, H. A. Robinwm. Ass'i Editor. eterl at tS Hopklnsrill Foet .c aa Beeond CUM Mall Matter. eUbUshed a. Hnpkinseille Coneer ,tlem SuttMdtd br Hop Democrat 1876. rbl" Jlk. Hnih Kealackiaa 1879 to &. From 188 to kl Kontotkiaa. f e-tftr id T r of . mil 4 1BBV HI I mm " SUBSCRIPTION RATES i . rr a? arriw....... IWiM imrmt al sw)elat rata. tWUtrt oa AIWMoa IIS aoolH MAIN STREET. WA'ICH TUB DATE Aftor yoar Mm, renew promptly, and aot aiios a sumbar. Tha foetal refvlaUons .mra .ubcriDtione to bo paid ta Uraeee. Thu Mter has enlisted Frith the ovemment in the taw of America tor the period of the war OUR SERVICE FLAG A eat died in Bowling Groan laat week that waa 25 year and two month old. She ia not expected to coma back. Lieut Com. Logan Feland a Hop kin.ville boy with the American ma rine on the Marne. haa been deco rated with the French war eroaa and rcoi...

Publication Title: Daily Kentuckian
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Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Kentuckian. — 19 June 1918

V I June 10, 1018 DAILY KENfOCttA PACK THREE Nwe Perfection J J, JIT i r . 7-f The long blue chimney are the la test lype of oil cooking burners, and TIJICRE'S A REASON. Tiie lorg chim.it y. creates draft, furnishes the flame wi h enough air for perfect, clean combustion and makes every drop of kerosene do all the work in its power. All the oil is turned into heat, no smoke and no odors, no soot to blacken pots and pans, this -result cannct be obtained from oil burners, having shorter chimneys. Planters Hardware Co. Incorporated. Hopkinsville, Ky. UNREDEEMED jj gank offQopkinsvillo 5 Jfopkinsville. Ky. Capital - - - - $100,000,000 E The Service We Afford J . Personal attention is given at' this tank to the needs of each customer and every care taken to make our facilities adequate to your needs. Our Certificates of Deposit, bearing a liberal rate of interest, form ideal investments for sur- plus or other funds. They are issued in small as well as large de '. nominations. S "Oldest B...

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

.XT 'DAILY KENTUCKIAN June 13. I91A REX THEATRE SPECIAL PROGRAMS affllVHT IK 24 TO 30 TO-DAY ETHEL CLAYTON IN "JOURNEY'S END" i or! In Invars meetlne." Thit phrase) will Hive you art idea Tomorrow (Only) MARY PICKFORD FRIDAY CONSTANCE TALMADGE ft i.atnriTinNS TO BE VISED UNDER MAX RHODES INSTRUCTIONS. Frankfort, Ky.. June 18. June 14 to io will bs "Clsss 1 tnk wim local Exemption Bosrde, at which time they will revise their cUssift- catiotM under Instructions from MaJ Henry F. Rhode, lectin service officer of Kentucky. In a circular letter to Um boards ha aaid: "The status of the number of man la Class 1 ia lower than tha aver ate." and espeeisl attention ia in vited to tha dependency clauaa. Tha reclassification include thoae erroneously granted deferred elassi- fication by district boards. Ha aaid: "Alwavs bear in mind that war will create soma sacrifice and hard' shin. No person has a riffht to refuse to sacrifice luxuries. On tha other hand it is not tha intention of the law to ...

Publication Title: Daily Kentuckian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Kentuckian. — 20 June 1918

X , DAILY' KEN' -;.., HEATER HOPKINS J VII.LE WANTS YOU- X J ,seee WEATHER. TknnH.. fair anrf! littl change.! DtablUhed 1879 Vol XL-Daily Vol. 1. No. 88 HOPKINSVILLE, KEN I'UJKV, T''''.1)0 Y, JUNF. 20, 118. TiUGKIAN r x "ic 3 Ctnl, VI f V rnrrnniii rnininrr 44 Call 44t If r lU W get KmImVU Bewespll. Am if ft have a aew hoe, phew M to the a,ese Banker. . ! " Uncle Sam goes upon the theory that a brewery In tha hand to worth two in tha Buach. ooo New print ha taken another Jump In price and postage rstes have been Incressrd 2S per rent. ono Harry Sommera to back on tha Job hi the editorial office of the Elisabeth town News, Joshing Jim Lemon writing hia obituary In advance. for Lieut Pat O'Brien, who was bore recently, fell S.000 feet at Ban An tonio, Tel., the other day and crawW ed oat of the wreck worrying because he tore his new pants. Gov. J. A. Burnquiat hai renominated for Governor la the Minnesota Republican convention. W. L Comstock waa nominated by ths Democrats. Grace Lusk,...

Publication Title: Daily Kentuckian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Kentuckian. — 20 June 1918

TAG TWO .ImaM. 191 DAILY KENTUCKIAN aily Kentuckian ewbllahed Evry Morning Exea4 Monday ny CHAS. M. MEACHAM Editor, CUi. M. Hm11"' H. A. Roblneon, Am Mtt. . ae m Beeend CU- M.il MatUr. gat-bh.hed . Krpkin.v.lle Conser- it.. In 1H1. Succeeded by Hop .?'u. TlUVocr-t MVS. fbhahed uth K.nluckian to -.1 i . lH to 1917 M tri- . bentackian. Year ! PeUiealisw. SUUStRIPTION RATESi Cm i-' k Cve ra.t tifrhr . .- lecss. area nlu. VrtMar Pa lea Aelitew, jli MMllH MAIN STREET. A1CH HIE DATE After your V ' . renew promptly, and not miee i eamber. The ToiUl regulations I eeenir uberiptiona to bo paid tn Thu paper hai enlisted wtth the government in the ( - cause of America for the Y period of the war I OUU SERVICE FLAC! Mra. Hub Lhiw I1-ui1uii. ilimini of tb Cruu stenugrapulc forcn ta Franr. ha )imt rrtururd fur a valt after arveo niouiUi abroad. 8h baa brought bark awn Intcreatlof ob aarvalloua on tit rourafo aod devo tion r the Amriiroa alrla bo an 'faithfully prrfunuldg tlitlr uulmplr lag taak a...

Publication Title: Daily Kentuckian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Kentuckian. — 20 June 1918

Jut 20, 1918 DAILY KENTbClUIt FAGS THREE t ' Better Banking Service for Farmers The Federal Reserve Banking System, with com bined resources of a thousand million dollars, has been established by Act of Congress to stand back of the farming and business interest of the country. 2 V ate members of thU system which enables us, B better hnn t ver It fore, to supply our farmers with the credit and currency ihey need for producing crops and to protect tlitm against disorganized markets J If ru aro nut linked up with this system as one of our d"?p4iNr come in and Iff t'S 'ell yu how it helps m you. First National Bank i i jaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaa BLUNDERED: IT WIS TIE PAIISSIS Oermaae WaM Wreni In Ketlmatlnf I he Cnglleh. 'ratten and A marten. Lack of and'erstana'Inc of othar aa tfcwa, of othar peoplea, haa eer beea ttaa predominant sreakneee of tba Praaalaa militarists. Poalng lead ers In phlloeophf and nercholorr thee hare aeeertheleoe fatlad completely la tbahr analysis...

Publication Title: Daily Kentuckian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Kentuckian. — 20 June 1918

DAILY KENTUCKIAN June 20, 1919 RESTING AMONG DEADLY BOMBS REX THEATRE TO-DAY MARY PICKFOHD rsonc. SPECIAL PROGRAMS l;'JlVJ'"S?!? i" . - - ' . 4 Tomorrow (Only) pabb roim GAUNG V WITH fIECHES IN HONOR OF THE lew COLORED 3ELEC TIVES. UNION TABERNACLE t ELABORATE PROGRAM WITH CENERAL INVITATION EX TENDEDFRIDAY WIGHT. Thar will be a meeting t the Union Tabernacle, Friday night, June 2 lit. in honor of the 100 colored draftees who ar called to th colon In ths defense of Old Glory. These bora will leave Saturday mominc June 32, at 6:45 for Camp Taylor. AU eitisene, hoth whiU and colored are aordially invited to be present at l:0 p. m. and witneaa the rendi tion of vie program. Many diatin geiahad epeakers among the whites re eipected to apeak word of en- eoeement to the boys. Hon Clande Clark. Mayor Bassett, and oth- art will apeak. The Red Cross chapter is asked to be present Jske Tandy's Boy IcouU will eecoat Uncle Sam s beys. The preirram follows: Master of Ceremonies Rev. N. B. w Bron...

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

DAILY KENTUCKIAN seeeees..is., S GREATER HOPKINS. VILLE WANTS YOU" i -el WEATHER. j Wanner Friday and probably showers. CsuUuhed 1879 VoL XU-Daily Vol. 1. No. 89 HOPKINSVILLE, KENTUCKY, FRIDAY, JUNE 21, 1018. Price 3 Centi T KM v SAYS CO SLOW ft AM EAT ma (By lateraetioaal Newe Service.) Washington, Juna 20. Pending a complete investigation by tha aUU ajriepartment Into tha Tabirs incident. President Wilson ha laid a restrain ing hand on Conrr.-M, in which body there la a crowing demand for an Immediate declaration of war against both Turkey and Bulgaria. Through Secretary Lansing, tha President ie aaid to have conveyed "vital reaa ana," why tha government should aot act in a precipitate fashion. What tha reaaona war waa not re vealed. FOOL SHOOTS OFF HIS MOUTH (By I e tarsal Waal New Ssnlea.) London, June 20. Phillip Morrell, member of Parliament, stated in the Houaa of Common to-day that Great Britain' loaaee since January last have been 72.140 killed and 800,000 wounded. He made ...

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

Jon. II. lilt r ACS TWO DAILY RENTUCKIAN Paily Kentuckian SwbUshed leery ' Morning Bseejt Monday by CHAR. M. MCACHAM Editor. CW V. Meacham, H. A. RoblMon, Asst Editor. BnUred at the Hopklnsvllle Post Sic. a- eend Class M.,1 M.tter. gatabflshed aa Hopkinaville Conser tS in 18l. Succeeded by H"p rll. Democrat 187s. r'.'.h th South lentoekian 187 to 9ow. r ram - - - - " . a eat tata.l fifty ' "'"- SUGAR SfflG IS NECESSARY FOOD ADMINISTRATOR SACKETT ISSUES ORDER CUTTING PURCHASES. SUBSCRIPTION RATES i fc. a, -a Ijoo On yar by ear " lM1r seem at " pertUU NlN AsWtlsief Rata M Allle SIS SOUTH MAIN STREET. WATCH THE DATE AfUr yosi If-- renew promptly, and not miaa number. Tba foetal regulation squire ubaeriptioM to ba paid In advance. f This paper has enbsted JithcwseTrrJinSe ews of pSnttvcz. for the riod of th war OUK SERVICK FLAG j k 0 Japan ia willing .to mova whan t'nele Sam gives tha word. Fifth big puah of tha Garmana wai essayed Wadnaaday. aimed at Rheima on thrao aidea . bat (hacked...

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

i June 21, 1018 OAILT KENTUCJUA" Subscribe for your War Saving Stamps NOW ant! save the committee coming for it. KOLB&HOWE Jewelers and Opticians No. 8 S. Main. Phone Hi. ' GEO. KOU WALTER HOWE UNREDEEMED 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 Mills. Incorporated I Among the many monuments to Genera Sherman, the one situs ted In Calvary Cemetery, St Louis, is s most unique, compelling ds sign. The very character of its architecture seems to emphasize the faithful sud honorable spirit of this old warrior. Cpfier-mart . We believe in being faithful to a trust. We believe in being honorable in our dealings. We do a high- characte red work at a reasona ble price McCLAID & ARMSTRONG 500 N. Main St, Ilopkinsville, Ky. Telephone 45)0. t: - L TO BE s SOLD FOR TAXES In accordance with the laws of ths 'it. n -w n full fi , will m...

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

'7 June 21. 1911 DAILY KENTUCKIAN Jfit Jhe ex Jo-day. REX THEATRE To-day (Only) CONSTANCE TALMADGE HALF MILLION WITH SUG Vv ! POUNDS SOLD . t I TOBACCO MARKET HAS A GOOD DEATH CAME TO MRS. THOMAS -IN WEEK IN RECEIPTS AND M. JONES YESTERDAY AFTERNOON. "SCANDAL" rAGroum- " SUDDENNESS 4 " J' ' A PRICES. J i rf- . ' f J7 Xi t'"r- Althnuah it hu tn Wek Of comparatively mail ssles, U tobacco ale thi week ran boot - lion pound and tha pnea wu wan above lat weak. Official report: LOOSE FLOORS. Sale for week 606,330 id Saela for.ee.on Z3.vl3.ia Ssles thia data 1917 ..16.ZZ,leo ro li fn. thia weak I A. ...,. fur thU season ....fHl" QUOTATIONS. It w 110.00 to BlZ.uw rmm0'niu 112.00 to $12.60 Medium lugs SIZ.50 to "" Good lugs 113.50 to i fin. lugs ;!" " AX Low leaf I.uu to Common leaf $14.00 U Medium leaf 114.60 to , Good leaf " to ! ! " Fine leaf lu "u L. B. C0RNETTE, President Tobacco Board of Trade. 102 SELECTS CO TOMORROW (Continued from Fint Page.) When you want the one best drink for goo...

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

V i WEATHER. Saturday fair and cooVe DAILY KENTUCKIAN I ; -GREATER HOPKINS. 5 VILLE WANTS YOU." En.bli.hcd 1879 VoL XU-D.i'y Vol. 1. No. 90 " HOPKINSVILLE, KENTUCKY, SATURDAY, JUNE 22, 1918. ' . " " p. , . ! EDITORIAL COMNT a Call 44 1 if yea f.il to Ik Keatachlea aaitly. Aad if yew have a itcst, phcwe H to la Ma mUr, The bright key, often used, it always The Auatriana started something ifVey coaldn't finish on empty atonv at ha. The vcnersble 1H Jaa. K. Patter- on. President Emeritus of the 8UU University ia critically ill at Lex ington. AUSTRIAN ARM Y HEMMED LOSSES ESTIMATED 12 , , : Jj . . : I I. I I I Two Austrian! arrested on a train aa apiaa are in jail in Louisville. ewldier on leave became suspicious of them and had them taken in hand Tim German repulae at Rhsims waa ao decisive that they have not repeated the atUcked nipped in the bad. 000 Andrew J. Offutt, . Louisville boy IS yeara old, ia coming homo minus hie elft arm. which waa blown off by . ahcIL One of the female ali...

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

DAILY XENTVCKIAN r ACS TOO Jun?2 I9M JPcfy Jtentuckian ) 1Hahe4 Trmrt Vr, ruing- Zxcep ' If ooday by CSAJ MXAOOAJt . Bdibr, Che. M. Mee-cha-i. H. A. RoUneoa, AWt Witof. m Bwd Cases Mail Meer. ' Jiad Bepkinavgle Coaeer- r,tb K.tki.o 1879 to l"t ,B"" eataekian. . subscription rates. V. o u L. S.00 ll.rl r farm el eresrtoale resae. JGtortMM ,lee AflieaHea 111 SOUTH MAIM STREET. WATCH THE DATEr-After year mm, rerfew aroaipUy. and not mias aanaber. The Poetar regalations qalre eebecriptlsee to ke paid in -d ranee. . THis" rnJr K? rAiitA frith thcwcrnrfiekt irvfhc cavse or Amerja xor; wc period of flnewar C(UR SERVICE FLAG Aalfcrntic Information that will lead to the tliscevery of an nrtunl German submarine base will bring tha informant not only satisfaction of having perfarmed a patriotic act,' but a aeward of $1,000. . ooo 1 The Italians have won complete eontrl of the air along ftie t'aive line, wbare the mt detrnnimt'l AlcMina: of tha rcnt Autriifii of rnniva is in progreia. Thurxfny ...

Publication Title: Daily Kentuckian
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