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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Kentuckian. — 27 June 1918

June 27. 1018 oAtLT RtjrrticrLi-i; PACE THREE 3 Thursday, June; 27 1918 j SIOUX INDIAN KILLS MANY OK PATROL AND FRIGHTENS OTHERS WITH TRIBAL ANTICS AND , WAR WHOOPS. SWEETHEARTS OP CIVIL j 1111 UAII AHL VUVLII i?ffliiFflir (fty loteraatUwal N.wa SorsUo. ) Iri Moines, la , Juna 26. A ro- nunri rf civil War nays, rfniwxl dnrinc the recent D. A. R. emcamp inent her, culminated in lHa mer- riaicc ef I. R. Thompson, seventy- three, nf Cartersville, la., and Mrs. CROWD EK ORDERS 120000 MORE Krfmnrll.U Bixhop, sixty-nine,, an old. art rcr Tn unmiirc im Children Cry fcr Flotclicr'o 2 The undrmtirtird, City Bank 4: Trout Company, aa A'ln htls (rater of JAMES R. OAINF.S, DECEASED, will aril, l Public Auction, lo Hie htulirtd Imlilrr, on Ihn fur in where said tli-tem-lent lived and died, near Moiic"'"7t Tri:g county, Kentucky, (lie TerioiMl Property of smhI drcrndenl, uHi.uling of tAboul 57 Head o( Cattle, 66 Head of Moss, 20 Head of Horses and Mule, 43 Sherp and Lamb, One J I Cae Traction Eng...

Publication Title: Daily Kentuckian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Kentuckian. — 27 June 1918

- - 4 ACX POUI DAILY KENTUCKIAf .i.m:7, mn I Rex Today j WEEK END 7 I THURSDAY "N a On of tha M:rmn' stt.'nireid love lories i i . Cjoldvtyn Present Mae Marsh -1N- THC I BeUcdTraitp EV.,n. Ika fjiiwiilS HOVCl DV Frank I- Packard. RFX THEATER Thursday only COLORED WORKERS . ARE DOING EFFECTIVE CAN VASSING FOK THE WAR STAMPS. The colored people are doing fine work in the matter of War Saving BUmps and are holding many meet ing with their own speakers. Thoae taking part in the speaking campaign are Chairman C. W. Merriweather Jaa. L. Allensworth, Jr., who haa two tons in the army, E. Poeton, who had a eon In the last draft. Prof. W. C. Para, Prof. P. Moore, M. J. Sleet, J Vaughn. Hiram Smith, J. W. Wil liams and J. T. Whitney. At Pem broke Monday night more than f 1200 waa subscribed. A big mass meeting will be held at the Mais street Colored Baptist ( him h tonight with all of the speak ers helping to stir up more enthusiasm. W. S. S. HONOR ROLL $1000 CLUB. (Bank of Hopkinsville Plant...

Publication Title: Daily Kentuckian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Kentuckian. — 28 June 1918

DAILY .KENTUGKIAN WEATHER, FRIDAT. POBABLY SHOWERS. I GREATER HOPKINS- 5 VILLE WANTS YOU." ErtablisriecJ 1879 Vol XL-Daily Vol. 1. No. 95 J IOPKINSVILLE, KENTUCKY, FRIDAY. JUNE 28, 1918. Price 3 Cent V t L EDITORIAL COMMENT CaR 44 If yew fail I Ik Kaatwchiaa promptly. Aad if you ha v a mi itc-m, pkaae it to iIm It would be awful to rut out beef and have to llv for thre month on old ham and fhod chicken. MILITARI SM DIES HARD WARRIORS TO TRY AG AM rfanderson i going to do without beef. But what is a city to do that haa no river AIM with frnh in ita bark yard? It t rumored that Grand Duke Michael, a younger brother of th former Csar, haa placed himself at tha head of th government in Siberia. The new July call for Kentucky III require 100 or more registrant alt whit men. There are only 43 f Claaa A. left but th claa will be recruited from reclaaaiAeationa now In progress and later tha new registrants will go to the foot of the Th BenaU agriculture committee yeaterday agreed upon an am...

Publication Title: Daily Kentuckian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Kentuckian. — 28 June 1918

ixrvo DAILY UNTVCKfAM Jtino7fl. Mil 9oy Kenluckian rv,blishsd Every Morning Exept Monday by CHAS. M MEACHAal Editor. Out. H. Meacham. H. A. Robtnon, Aae't Editor. SateTed t th 4Bce m Second nockinavill Pot- CUai Mail Matter. aTateblished aa Hopkinavill Conr eativo In 18. Succeeded by Hop- ki.v41U Democrat 1876. Puhliebed .. ii.ik Keatarkiaa 1879 t i89 rrnm R9 to 191T M trt eekty Kcnturkian. rwtf- .mhI Year af PahlieeHe). SUBSCRIPTION RATES i 8n yaar by asaA M JJ iiw year by earrier S.OO tserte mrm at Beoportiewte rata. 1 ..! f Rate an ApwUeetieei III SOUTH MAIN STREET. WATCH TUB DATE After year eejne, renew promptly, and not miaa a number. Tha Portal regulation rsqnir eubseription to b paid ia .sdranee. , I Thu paper hai enliiicd tru YrvrrnmrtTt in tSfJ imsl Timarirft for th crlod of the war OUR SERVICE FLAG tnrT?? rrf i? trr-1? ct?-? Moat of ua ara gti to hear from our old friend Kercmky. Timet have changed when tha tone and ranlMina of reconatracted reh ab) of tha South are proud ...

Publication Title: Daily Kentuckian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Kentuckian. — 28 June 1918

Jun2ft. ins PACE THREC Subscribe for your ;War Saving Stamps n N 0 tin J save Lie to limit loo coming fur-it. "Mains-Made" By IMIS MACDONALO j Jewelers and Opticians No. 8 S. Main. Phone m .3 GEO. KOLB WALTER HOWE Pork! PbrhJ Pork! Do not neglect your hogs. Feed a Balanced Ration and push I hem 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 (Copyright, lls. br the MrCHir Nm per araoicete.) Within Ave minute, nf the time, at least Ave mornltige out nf the ark, Weatly Main reached the cor ner on Fifth avenue and turned Wash ington aqua reward. Ilia punctuality was an noticeable that lha little maid ! the kitchen nf tha great house It the corner Involuntarily glanced over to see If her rlnrk waa right, and quite often lha people nf lha pnl house lunched sail dined according to tha tlina art fur (hem by tha taodcat Mr. Maine. . , i Maine believed In ennllght and air aa a hraln atlmulanf. and ha e...

Publication Title: Daily Kentuckian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Kentuckian. — 28 June 1918

a . 1Z' " 4 -x-rsn 7 ' DAJLT KENTUCKIAN Jun2fl. 1911 FACE roUK Jl. i 246 ! HEADS UST BECETARYBAKE DREW THE FIRST CAPSULE IN THE . IfflS DRAWING. REX TO DAY Select Prnenti NORMA TALMADCE in THE GHOST OF YESTERDAT" Washington. June 27. Th draw Inff of numbers for the refistranta of 1911 took plac day. scr,ury ktr drawing th first number, which waa'l4. The flrst ont drawn last year was 158. Numbers 11SK asd rs th second and third re.pectively and thua the diawmj: continued ontil the end. Draft number one cam out of we AiiUi ransule. Th. rerrmojy was much th same that which marked th drawing vaar a CO. Thia timo it waa a much amaller affair and In view of tha fact that the '0 ARE classification system mora neany ne termine tha order of sarvic than doe tha numerical order, it la not surrounded with auch dramatic inter ert. The nA ten number affecting Kentucky in the order drawn were aa followi : 154. 10. 29. 210. 17. 74. S036. 145 and 207. Adapted from the pUy "TWO WOMEN" by Rupert Hughe...

Publication Title: Daily Kentuckian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Kentuckian. — 29 June 1918

DAILY KENTUCI CIAN ; WEATHER. w a Satardsy, local raia Baal -CREATF.R HOrKINS. X Z VILLE WANTS YOU." ( tkaasW skewers, g i Established 1879 VoL XL-3)aily Vol. 1. No. 96 HOPKINSVILLE, KENTUCKY, SATURDAY. JUNE 29, VJS. Price 3 Cents I' EDITORIAL COMMENT Call 44t H yaa faU la Ika Kaalackiaa promptly. Aad il Jon have aawa iteaa, aaaaa il la Ika Ftaaa apara of three blocks an South Main Street In Hopkinaville aii Captaina have been eommiaeio- ed in tha army. Von Kauhlmann hai gotten him self In bail by telling the truth, a thlna; no German official ia expected to do. Senator Williams, of Misaiaaippl haa introduced an amendment to the Susan B. Anthony Suffrage amend ntent limiting sufferage-to white wo men. Tha emaaure was take up by tha Senata for action. Lieut. Ale MrClintock. U. 8. A., of Lexington, shot and killed himaelf at Camp Dlx, N. J., yeaterday. He distinguished himaelf in tha Cana dian Army and wrote hia story call ad "Oyer There." Contenting themaelvea for the thni being with...

Publication Title: Daily Kentuckian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Kentuckian. — 29 June 1918

6 1 FACE TWO Daily Kcnluckian rnbUahed Every Morning Eseept Monday by CHAS. M. MF.ACHAM Milnr. Oie. M. Meacham. U. A. Robinson. Aw't Editor. dieted al the llnpkinvill Poat. tfflce m Second Class' Mail Matter. getabli'hed Bopkinsville Conser vative in ! Succeeded by Hop- Unaville Democrat I87. ruhl.ibM M the houlh Kentnekisn 1879 to 189. rr.m to 9'7 M ekty Kentnckian. rifty.eec.wd Yr r r.bik.n . i intra IPTIO RATESi ft.. y..r ky U k. carrier C OO WriH lersas at seese sesvtee)ate ralee. f.dv.ttuira Bala ApedUatSeei tit SOUTH MAIN STBEET. WATCH THE DATE After same, renew promptly, and Hoi mia number. The ToiUl regulations esqairo subscriptions to ba paid in iMtvanca. Thti paper has enjjited rjth the rpvemment in the cacse of America for the period of the war OUR SERVICE FLAG H T.'.e Mr. Wilson preented a flag to the rhitiidrlphia girl aroata. ooo Count Tanifa ia the new Auatrian premirr anil hi name luggeata the km. I of rami ha will have to travel. woo V. n Sny iU r hii craacd to ba t...

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

Juno 29. 1018 DAILY KtNTtrfXIAM PACK THREE FL,... :$ ON FREKCH TRAM American Red Cross h Parti Quickly Answers Emer gency Can. n::,:ELEss laugh anom N lttsm.se, N Cemplslnt, N D air AmMi People, Many ef WkM Wr Wfui far taa nd and Third Tim. Farta-'A thoamnd refagee fro tb east af Amiens will paae throng AafVrea at eeveo 'clork tonight. Tteejr will iKit have had any eupver, anna of them may not hav hail any loach. Ther la no fond tbara and B farllltlr for farting tbem. Can yoa M mar That waa th telrphon message fr tea tha French minister nf lha Id trrior hlrh rami to lha American at Cms al anna nna day during lha Oaamaa drive nn Amlcna, and lha an war waa "Tea. Kmerscocy mea antra ara no aurprlaa In as theeedaya." Th food waa ordered out nf lha rarehouaee and a arnra of volunteer roonded ap. . They atartrd at alt o'clock tha aama vvnlog. On flve-toa I rock loaded with tinned beef and ronrtenaed milk, Vga, prone, chomlat and heap af ehoce loavra nf war bread J twa car load af midnight...

Publication Title: Daily Kentuckian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Kentuckian. — 29 June 1918

--1' pace roun DAILY KENTUCJCIAN Jum.n '.MR 1 A L0N VIM i 'jr. i;j MONDAY i 7 .V . .V V r ... i m AND TUESDAY 661 Twzsin off the Apes" THK NATIONAL FILM COWORATION OF AMKRK A without any prcl.minmry announcm.nt worked on th. production of "T.r..- .f ?tHERING aTaRT OF RECOCMZKn FILM PLAVERS .nrlu.l ,B Klmo Lincoln. Enid Mrk,y. True BoaM.nan ThomM (ioorg. French. K.thlccn Kirkh.m. Gordon Griffith. Wi Tonrr. t ol.n Kenny. and oer five hundred other th. organization .ft out for the drnc tropical country. , , . F.r up th. mouth of . I.ttl. known river, m.d.t primeval junElr. the numerou. icene. repre-nting South Africa, were p.. turned. So den... o primeval were th. .urroun.lin.. that it neec.ry to engag. .n.kc killer. and bu.h beater, to preced. the company each day. Hundred, of poiaonou. reptile, were killed at the varioua location, and mountain lion, panther. owel.U and wild boar. wer. .lain each day. mar the .cene of action. In thia rug-red natural barrierof fungus, tcrrtl.le under a...

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

DAILY KENTUGKIAN WEATHER. J "GREATER HOPKINS. J VIIXE WANTS YOU." f ' Fair and wanner Sunday i 1 Eitabluhed 1879 VoL XL-Daily Vol. 1. No. 97 HOPKINSVILLE, KENTUCKY, SUNDAY. JUNE 30, 1918. Price 3 Cents f FJTOM COMMENT Cn 44 1 if N fail to 11 Ik KmImUm nreeasrtly. And if T" have a mwi Haas. eh- il la the Sidney Lanier, Jr., aon of the poet died In main yesterday, aged 4. WOMEN PAIR IN WA Automobiles kill an average of oneJfld a day in Chicago. A force of American troops were landed yesterday at an Italian port, going direct from thla country. Several yields of 20 bushels to the 'acre have been reported aince wheat threshing began. Jane Claxton la tha name of the nine pound daughter born to Mr. and Mrs. B. O. MrReynolds yeeterday morning. All tha liara are not in Germany. A report cornea from Tana, III., that lightning knocked a cigar out of a man's mouth and didn't hurt the mm. boo ' President Wilson vetoed the poot office appropriation bill becauae it provided for taking over the pn...

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

1 r? r 1 1 : ,-.. irv ' . f ' r , .v Jpqily Kentuckian rabltsh.d Every Morning Eept Monday by CM AH. M M EACH AM Kditnt, Ots. M. Mcecham, H. A. ftobinsoo. Ass'l Editor. totaled at the lliipkiniilta Post . as Heccnd Cluae Mail Matter. established e H .pkinaville tomer tative In loBH. Succeeded by ki...m. Iknwnt 1R76. 1'uhlished vv. u.,uih Kenuckian 1 879 to - v. rrm t 1IT M tri" ' H Krulurklan rlli-.ciJ Year FsWIaallsej. 5U13CRIPTION RATES i PM ,..r by .. . L. ..Ur 1.00 heeler lrw al same pee port Iowa t rttM. UtwtMiit Rates AppKeatkeai til SOUTH MAIN STREET. u. iti'II IKE DATE After TOOf him, renew promptly, nnd ot mis t number. Th rostsi reguiauons esquire aubecripliona to b paid in vanca. This paper has enlisted frith the government in the caose of America for the period of the vw . OUR SERVICE FLAG tV k t t rxrirL f'heitrr Hardeman, a Mai lnonwlle soldier, died in an Evana v.lla horpiLal. lim. v h!.(r ha sent one regi r.' ( ."tericnna to Italy at an ad T'li r'ruft'l "t the army t...

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

June .10, CHS - DAILY UNTUCUAK . 1 Subscribe for your War Saving Stamps UD NOW and save tLc committee coming for it; IKOLB&HOWE Jamlers and Opticians N.8S. M.tin. l b nc 31 1. GKO. KDU; RALltiriiUftE Pork! Pork! Pork! Do not neglect your hogs Feed a Balanced Ration and push hem to maturity. In this way you help our gov ernment, our army, our navy, our allies and yourself most of all. The Acme Mills. Incorporator v goods Mtiav for Use on the -J yfjJ Everything For Baby Here It's not only a question of what you get for the baby. Dut iAr you get tt is also an tmpor tant matter. The manner tn which goods are Kept has a great deal to do with the condition tn which they reach you. We employ extraordinarily careful methods tn handling all goods for babies' uses. And we have everything you axe Uhely to need, such as baby foods-nursing bottles nipples paci fiers talcum powders ointments and ail standard internal remedies. in For the Love of Pete Br IMES MACDONALO THE MARKET BAfHET. G J. ...

Publication Title: Daily Kentuckian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Kentuckian. — 30 June 1918

J tin 30, 1918 PACE .TWO. 1 DAILY KENTUCKIAN r ,,1'I'SICM common AT LAST SECURED BETWEEN THREE RAILROAOc. SEC. DALTON'S GOOD WORK IN CONJUNCTION WITH A CITI YENS' COMMITTEE. Gnim Dallon announeea that physical connection of th L. N ml I. C. Railroads h. been secured without ny rout to the people of Hopkinsville. This matter hae Keen on hand for the wut ten years. Every effort seemingly hd been mad to cure this connection. Immediately aiier the control of the railroad went in to the hn.l of th Government, Secretary Dallon, believing that now wa the opportune time, went to tenrk rum on thi proposition. He and a committee appointed by H. M. B. A.. consisting of Geo. E. Gary. John C. Puffy and W. B. Anderaon Jr., and Chairman L. B. Finn, of the Kentucky Railroad Commiasion, went to Washington few week ago to put thi matter before Mr. Mc Adoo's Board, which ha resulted In securing this connection. At a meeting of th LAN. and 1. C. officials held last week at the H. M. B. A. offlc thi pro...

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

HOPKINSVILLE, KEN RICKY, MONDAY. JULY 2, 1918. Price 3 Cenli TUME CII011 COMMENT Call 440 If t KenUKaian press-lly. Ami if T" have a Hmm, plmae II la lb EsUUUhed 1879 VoL XL-Daily Vol. 1. No. 98 ITALIANS CAP !':;BEIVE IN 2 EMLLIAN1 July started out with w Ana a sum maf day aa ona could wish. 1 Mr. C. C. Richardson, of Louis villa, four sons in tha army and Emperor Tharlra haa rcfuaad to (rapt tha resignation of tha Auatrian Premier, von Seydler. A London dispatch aaya mora U- boats were sunk during May than any other month ao far, but tha As urea ara not mada public. Tha exchange of war prisoners bo twaan Germany and Russia haa baen interrupted bees use of tha chaotic conditions in Graatar Ruaaia and Si beria. Thraa American soldiers, surround ad In Na Man's Land, refuaad to sur randar but fought their way back to their friends after killing numerous Huns. Private Newton Bell, of Must Mill. Ky., killed four. American soldiers and officers sta ttoned It poata behind tha front in fran...

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

1 ' TWO. "3UIT 1, TtHB Daily Keniuckian eiMish4 Every Wornint; Esept Monday by .. CHAS. M. M EACH AM r.ditor, Oba M. Meacham. II. A. Rrinun, Ass't Editor. MUT04 at th Hopkinivill Port- air aa Second CUa au si.w.. fstablishad nnpkiiuvill Conr nui In 18. Succeeded by Hop tlnsvill Democrat 1874. rbI.h4 iS "outa. Kenlockian "' lS9. rrm 1889 to 1917 a W ek1y Kroturslan. Klftr d Year PMiti . HmsCWPTIOH RATESi f.. y..r br U , Tr b, m.r ikwrUr lM " rtlH. IJ.Miri Kates Ali"t ttt VHJfH MAIN STREET. WATCH TUB DATE AfUf yonr Mind, r n prmi tiy, " (timber. The I'tnUl refiilations require subscription t bo paid In jrfvanr. T 7 . s 1 hu paper nai cruHxea frith the government in the tawe of America for the period of the war OUR SERVICE FLAG Th 1 ouinvillc bar ha sent 9 mcmlM-n to war and ono ha been killed. two .Woi'.ii'in't cotton irloves, former ly rra.le in Ccrmany. ro now made in this country to the value of f 12, 000, noo. Jin: Austin, manag-cr of the St. . ... ... , o l.i I I.c. . rown.. a.e....

Publication Title: Daily Kentuckian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Kentuckian. — 2 July 1918

July 2. I'll 8 PACE THREE '.V AMERICANS EXPECTING AN EARLY ATTACK An attack on tha American front hv 1.1 -vt to t Imminent. J oi"? at ream t enemy troop ami wnsrtn Uatna have ncen observed In the ifialihvrhmxl of tha Bonne wood. There hurt hrrn mora than fifty enemy aerial flighta aver tht Children Ory rOR FLETCHER'S C A ST o R I A or tik First National Bank llopklHtvllle, Ky At the l'"te of MiHneaa Juno ?.). im. . ftrfOt'lti tS. Loatis ami Diixoiinla $5Mf 66 IS Real LlaU 6 W.2 6? Overdraft I KW K8 U. 8. Homia 7fi win on Other Slix ki. ami Lmh ch... MkVHm U. 8. L'lwrt, Nun IVmHa Wt (TO Ml U. S. Certificate of Inrl tiled neaa .lo.onn. on War Savings and Thrift Stamp R IMS 42 RotJempl ion Fund 3 760 00 Banking Houar, and Fixture. 77 000 00 Dua from Hanks 141 BOO 13 Cast nd Caah Items 37 .182 78 Total ..... II 008 689 73 ijahiutikh. Ctpiul Stnrk $ 75 ooo uo Surplus ami Umliv profit 474 876 03 Cireu'aiion 75100 00 IndivMnal iVpoeits 7 J77 45 U. 8. Derxrtti I ooo 00 Payment! nn liberty U...

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

n roux L Clements and Ideathers . - -. I t U " jRm? Jheatra Typical young SoldizrJ. STYLlbl ri HI M. I -r 1 1 HOME PATTERN WfiyPdj 20 25, 30' iivltsATts m .Are the New Heads, of The Hopkimrille Bniinew Men'i Association Last Chaance to tee IHP- ) e- -. -f-vi- J of ISSS LsoW Tart-Goi4 Ssut ir a iilr-Ciot closing TUs morfet (a eSVc'ivelv be develop1 of satia .or tliid silks as alio ol lines. X r : ... V 1 J v ) .10nV A. CLEMENTS. Th Hopkinsville Business Men'i Association yesterday held iU annual i election with two nominations for all position except Treasurer, fot which rime there wu only ona can didal voted for. Tha following were the surcful candidate: . President Jno. A. Clement. Vice President E. L. Weather. Treasurer J. A. Browning. ED. L. WEATHERS. DIRECTORS: T. J. Mc Reynolds, M. E. Boyd, Henry M. FrankeL II. T. Whitfield, U H. Davie, L. K. Wood, W. B. Anderson, Jr. Walker Wood, Shelby Peace, 8. L. Cowherd, D. D. Cayce. Harry A. Keach. UEUT. R. H WALLER LETTER WRITTEN SINCE H...

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

FtablihrJ 1879 VoL XL-Daily Vol. 1. No. 99 HOPXINSVILLE, KENTUCKY, WEDNESDAY. JULY 3, 1918. Price 3 Cents EDITORIAL COGENT Call 44 1 if yH fail to ! the Roatwcaiaa atremaily. Aad if yat aav aewt ilea, abaae it I I He HopMnn county rained 1 400,000 fifty per rent ef'ita atampa quota. ooo Senator Tillman waa atill alive bt night, but unrontciout and ap parently In the thadow of death. . Monday' casualty liat contained 49 namee, 6 killed In action. One them Lieut. N. R. ('tray, Louiaville Ky., waa hilled May 28. The new art redistrirting the atate into legislative districts ia probably Invalid aa It leaves oat on of the wsrds in Louisville. . Tbo four leading coal producing counties of Kentucky are Tike, I -at cher, Muhlenberg and Hopkins, In the order named. Dr. Washington Gladden, of Col umbos, O., the eminent eongregation ' at divine, died yraterday aged 82 year. .Lieut. Harry Thomer, an English man, hugged up in hit armi a (putter ing bomb while hia 12 men got out safely. The explo...

Publication Title: Daily Kentuckian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Kentuckian. — 3 July 1918

rA.cz TWO. i 2)ay Kentuckian Tabl-abed Every Morning Except Monday by t CIIAS. M. MEACHAM Editor. Cha. M. Mearham, B A. Rohinaon, Ass't Editor Catered the Hupkinseilln Foet .Oca aa Kecond Class Msil Matter. gfetablished m HopklnavllW ConBer ; entire la 18. Succeeded by Hp AinBTille Democrat 1876. Publnhed a tbe 8oth Kentnckian 1879 to 1189. From 1889 to 1917 M tri- oyeekly Eentuckian. Fifty d of rnbHeailoa. subscription ratesi m year by a M OO Oh yMV by eerrler 00 pfcastar Imm at same aeeporalnasss v ; rssss. Adearaietrg Rata a AswtieetUw f SIS SOUTH MAIN STREET. WATCH THE DATE After your Mme, renew promptly, and not miaa t number. Tha Portal regulations squire Buherriptiona to ba paid la -advance. .This paper has enlisted ,tththc government in the cause of America for the period ol the war OUtt SERVICE FLAG Tha Bnlih took a total of 1957 prisoners during the month of Juna. ooo Thirty-five German airplanea were brought down by tha Britiah Monday, the war office announced. ooo Thr Ge...

Publication Title: Daily Kentuckian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
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