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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Kentuckian. — 3 July 1918

oailt utmxsum FACE THREE j.iiv . vm i x X X X X Jk X X X X X X X X X T T"TT Subscribe War Saving Stamps NOW and save thccomniilicccbmioj,'!' it. G . r: V .' -5 IKOILlB&mOWE:; a. Jevfalers and Opticians No. 8 S. Main. ' '' 11 v Phone Ml." (JhO. I.;1.B WALTER HOWE ' M 9 4.-rP-Jk Pork! Pork! Pork! . j i ' ... Do not neglect your hogs, Feed a Balanced Ration and push them to maturity. In this way you help our gov cinment, our army, our navy, our allies and yourself most of ' , .ii. The Acme Mills. Incorporated in af-"--" i i - ... i - Fountain Pens j lLV I Birthday Presents that are Useful (?Any girt or boy any man or woman II would appreciate) a good fountain pan.' t k' JLveryd&y of the year almost every hour ' of the day such a present can be put to a practical use. j r j j j 1 i j i J ' ' There are many-mahea of fountain pens. And many styles and sizes tn the various 1 triakes.- So tf we can be of any service . to you tn helping you choose the best fountain pen on the roarhet...

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

Tkdx four DAILY KENTUCKIAN Jiilv 3. 191 m. LICCETI IN COMMAND Ull A TOHCL I'LKIiAI'j TOTAL LING 120,000, TO MFET ARCH BLOW OF THE WAR. 200 COLORED HEN CALLED OPPORTUNITY WILL BE CIVEN MEN IN CLASSES TWO. THREE AND FOUR WHO WANT TO VOLUNTEER. lll.'V ? . REX i THEATER! r.rDl-Vrmi nO I'l IlLII 10 ltULI0 10 100 PER CENT SAMMIES PROTECT PARIS ! To-day EFFICIENT IN SALE OF TREAS- URY CERTIFICATES TO BANKS OF DISTRICT. ENEMY APP.Uir.NTI V IS T.nlL INC UP" FOR SAVAC.E CRACK AT THE Al l irl LINE. port as wi, advice from Increasing rn-i: ' Indicating tli.it I paring fur anotl:- i There is gi'-ut The local exemption board ia pre paring notices to b nt out toon to nil colored men In the county In class one to report at 10 o'clock p. m., Tuesday I at the TaHernacle at which time 200 will be aelected to iro to Camp Taylor. These men will Washington. July a --Rcsumption-ntr-ln for Uui.vdl. at 9 o'clock on of the Cennan ,.:)V..ive- on the west " morning of the 8 th going vi sion t Is .M-'td momenta...

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

DAILY KENTUCKIAN ' " WEATHER. Thursday, fair and - warmer. J 1 GREATER HOPKINS. J VILLB WANTS YOU." Efttablithed 1879 Vol. XL-Dai y Vol. 1. No. 100 HOPKINSVILLE, KENTUCKY, THURSDAY. JULY 4, 1918. Price 3 Cents 0Mfij)C iii UVJ LLl IL n IF EDITORIAL COMMENT 4 rr 5. Call 441 if ye. f.il I. a. th. Kaatawkiaa prmptly. Aad if yam I e aw itaaa, pkaao it . the AMERICA'S ACHIEVEMENTS Amfrifi today rrlrhnite the one hundred ami forty-second annivrr ary of the signing of the Declara tion of Independence. The entrmce of thia country into th conflict to make the world f for democracy and ita slgnsl succe eea on the battlefields of Europe add specisi significance to thia year'a cel ebration. Never aim ttwt fourth day of Ju ly, one hundred and forty-two yean go, haa the republic celebrated a national holiday amid such trcmen dooi poMibilitiea aa confront thir country now. In that early and struggling hour when few Colonial riflemen fired at Bunker Hill "the hot that ran 'round the world," it la do...

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

Jul 4. Ml FACE TWO. jewjrfJl-r4Kf1Cl"'- Daily Kcntuckian ' fblished Evrry Mrr.nu Ex.'lt Muiljr hy CHAS. U MKACHAM CLOSED TODAY DAILY K.KNTUCKIAN EST Kditor. Chu M. I-.-k" . H. A. K.liin.m. A s't K li" Catered at U.e .Ace M Bafond Class Mail Matter. ebliahed Hkinville I cn- eatlve In 16. SuffwU"! " 'i ' ' tortile Democrat 17- runl;-'"--' M the South Krn'uikitn 17.' f j 1189. Krom 19,7 M j fraekt Kvntiwkian. Fifty-ee' Y..t Pblici- - SUBSCRIPTION RATES. ,t i Bm year e.rri.r , iaeets terses ecoewrtioa.L rat. AeWtUirf Rstss a Application tit SOUTH MAIN STRFEf. WATCH THE 1ATK Afur your Know rrii rtlv, ailil "'' "' number. The I'unal require luhwripliona I advance. n-gulatinn be paid In OPEN FRIDAY and SATURDAY WITH SPECIALS Nt.CKWEAR. niunM-d and soiled values ."0. Kriday and Saturday .... Hiiihtly f.ilr to f. Sfreinl 3 IN. SILK SHEETINGS. Value 7!r. " al' Fri.lay Siitiir.lny at VOILKS White V.nl.- in strpf and plaids Worth :i".c. .'- I'" I " Kntur.iuv Snri iiil .... JAPANESE CREPE. .TJ-m...

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

July 4. 11111 Oka; lar, .-in-..... TELLS CIRLS RACK HOME NOT TO MARRY SLACKERS, CONSTIPATION RAISE GARDEN STIFF av' N ew Perfection rtnrrrr -r v I 1 K'irnMt, Mo., July 3. Eugene u , . . t tli-non, EiKMcrnlh Infantry, A. E... , w, . who ... killed in action on the' DfSBght Ke.Wtw. "'"' fronl nmUy " -J lieadorevlll., Kr-Mrt. Purl Pfr iter to Superintendent of Schools O.j of tb( pi,, write: "I u . E. Ornrh her telling him of th ac; very constipated. I had! soar stomach fitiviliee at th front -Jli letter reads, aneomtortobl. I ml to In doctor, no gave a-i torn pint. They weakened mo and teamed to The long blue chimney arc llie la Icst type of oil cooking burner, and THERE'S A REASON. The long chinnry create a draft, lurrmlira I he flame with enough air for peifcit, clean combustion and makes every drop of kerosene do all the work in iti power. All the oil is turned into hca, no j moke and no odors, no soot to blacken pots ard pun, this result cannrt lc obtained from oil burners, having ...

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

paci roun DAILY; eVENTUCKIArt July 4. tJI I ' 1 ' . t n A . i! ii W A i Dainty and lovable Marguerite ClaiW will be een in a new Paramowrvl Picture entitled rame This photoplay wu adapted Irom the stage vniiow in which Mits Clark appeared a lew seasons ago, awl which in its time, was one ol the most popular ol stage productions. A treat is in store for you so don'l miss it. ADMISSION: incamll.V. Tax inclunei. iiiiiiiiii APPOINTED TO ANNAPOLIS. Ws.hington. July 3 Representa tive Kinchrloe haa nominated Mr Farland Wood, of Hoi.kinsville. tr a principulship at the Annapolis Nsv.iyi counterpane donated By .Mi Academy. He is a aon of Iluntei Helen Royalty, who gave tha pro Wood. Jr., Ju.le of the police tour! ' to KeJ Crtwfc WANTED All kinds of clothing hoea and hoee for girla IS, 7. 6, 3 years and 20 month old. ASSOCIATED CHARIT1F.S. Jennie West. Agent. Office hours thia week 9 to 10 a m. 4. to 5 p. m.. July 3rd. 1918. DR. BEAZLEY SPECIALIST Eye, Ear, Nose and Throat - -" -- " 50 More P...

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

HOPKINSVILLE, KENTUCKY, FRIDAY. JULY 5, 1918. Trice 3 Cents IAN - OF TURKEY DEAD: DIIORIAl COWNT j w . Call 44t If ?m tail gel the j Kaatwchlsa enwcsptly. fcad If . T" , bav a lira, phna H I. lb sasse awsskcr. ) Lord Rhondda, England's- food ad ministrator, aged '2, died Wednea day. 4 1 Mbi,s!.. d 1879 Vol. XLDily Vol. 1. No. 101 BUI QE Q iTT A TXYrO TTT YHTTXYTT TIATTTTlDTnTrT) TT3TT K ! Mayflald refused to guarantee the IrVdpath Chautauqua $1760 for next Paul K. Eekew, of Franklin, Ky. was killed In artion, according tc Wednesdays report. I -v - nr.., - Delbcrt F. Cullender, who enloted at Elkhart. Ind., December. 191. 4 tyt under li year old, haa been killed In artion. i i OOP Not content with naming a street rfor President Wibon, tha Pari coun ted has named another Boil deo Amer- leans. whirh sound lika ' American bay. t J . ooa J. L. Marsh, of Enterpriaa, Ora. arrirad In Mayfleld. Ky.. Wednesday and married to Miaa Willia Boone, whom ha had never aeen. They had corresponded for...

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

FAGE TWO. ' 1 DAILT KENTUCKIAN July 5. 1918 aily Keatuckian eiblislied Every Morning Except Monday by CHAS. M. MEACHAM F-ditor, Cha. M. Mearhsm, H. A. Robinson, Aas't Editor. arad at the Hopkmsvtlle roat ,0e m 7ond CUm Mail Mattar. established aa Hopklnsvlll Conr- . ! 1 AAA. Succeeded ay nop- Maavills Democrat 117. Fubliahed M IS Booth Keneckian I87 tr 1(89. rrom IMP to 19 IT aa trt weekly Kentuckian. flfty d tw at PaMlti . SUBSCRIPTION RATES i IH. if W MO .0 t)c yaar by Barrier BOO Matter mi al prepertloaate rate. tdvartMr Raise a AaaJUalWa SIS SOUTH MAIN STREET. WATCH THE DATE Aftar your tint. renew promptly, and Bat mlae a number. The Postal relatione enquire aubacriptiona to be paid la advance. ff Thu paper hat trusted With the government in the cause of America for the fMnodot tbewar OUR SERVICE FLAG - " 1 . vs I ' J L. .1. .1. V 4 What uts brroma of that airplane luail nervice between New York and rhi!.lelphia! It ii to be huiwd that Cen. Von v ) will nUo be a General Down Bt!...

Publication Title: Daily Kentuckian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Kentuckian. — 5 July 1918

Subscribe for your War Saving Stamps NOW aivJsavc the co.nniit Ice coming for it. Jewelers and Opticians No. 8 X. Main. - GEO. KdLB I'hnne 311. WALTER 'HOWE NNMMMWHHNHHWMHMMr On Furlough By FuMia BsrneM Uoaky IWMNNNMWINMMMWNWMMl 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 nil v " i - - The Acme Mills. ... Incorporated Isad Fcety ' A Complete Line of Remedies Ifa hard to thtnK of any ailment more an--noytntf than foot troubles. . Every etep you tafte Is a constant reminder. But thero are now & number of good reme dies on the marhet for affording crulcH relief. And the price, tn most Instances, is very reasonable. We have a fresh stocft of all the best Known com plasters bunion pads foot bath tablets foot powders-and other preparations. We also cm supply you with salves lini ments disinfectants adhesive plasters bandage j-tie. k JJ. vs-7- v-y i...

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

' ' DAILT REN TUCK I AN " DAILY sO-NTUCetlAN FACE rOVK July 8. U8 TWO. a r V" f i II EXPOSES I DESIGNS AMERICAN SOLDIERS SHOWN KIND OF FOE THEY ARE FIGHTING. Th. teachings which hav. knitted' tha German peopia imo a ..- under the rule of tha war and rrueaiana never better expreea ad than In tha letter of a German j achool girl which haa been reprinted widely In Europe. Thie truly re markable etdenre of Hun desire foi rorM domination haa been given to thousands of American aoldiera. ao that they may aea Just what aort of .... ... .--.: low nrj mrm p"' In a letter to titT parent Lieut Arthur R. Knott, Princeton 'IT aemU home a copy. The letter waa turned over to the university and published In tha wai record committee of Princeton Alum ni Weekly. The 'letter and introduction pub lihed by the Princeton paper fol low: "The following letter written by Prussian achool girl to a friend In Switierland ia published for tha in formation of thoae inclined to think that Germany wa forced in tha...

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

(MMM J WEATHER. Probably shower and i cooler, g 1 ie DAILY. KENTUGKIAN 4 4444S4t . 'GREATER IIOrKINS. J J VILLE WANTS YOU." Dtabl hed 1879 Vol. XL-Daily Vol. 1. No. 102 HOPKINSVILLE, KENTUCKY, SATURDAY. JULY 6, 1918. Price 3 Cents . DIIOEIAL COMMENT I a." Cad 44 If ye fail la the Kawtaeluea promptly. Aad If y have Iteea, pheae H la lb Lyon and Bract, ml well ai Paria, hoe V 4 v-teet President .wn-i''V -V ; ,i: onn Tha Sultan of Turkey la Head but "T. information ia lacking at to how ' many widows ha left. Evanavilla haa a "boy orator" who distinguished himaalf In Fourth of July effort Ha la 1 yaara old and hi name ia Wm. G. Carle ton. Tha lielr of tha Tutkiah throna whtl. it last, ia Yuaeeff lueduno, aon of tha formor aultan Abdul Aali who became AiMul At was. Parla had a. sort of Fourth of July celebration, but they lacktd aoma llopkinevllle oratory to mk it tha real thing. . From Main to California from amal unknown dwks to world famoui yards, ona after another, big ahipa and litt...

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

July 6. U'lfl FACE TWO. ' 0AILT KENTVCsWAie; 2 city Kcaiuckian rwbtumad Every M..rn'n. Exrtpt Monday by CHAS. M MEACHAM Kditot. Cha. M. Meachem, H. A ttohinson, Aat't Elit. ', mtni al the Hopkinsville Postr i JBca m Second Claaa Mail Matter. established aa HepkinavlUe Conser- eatlve in ! Succeeded by Hop tdnevllle Demoerst 187a. Published 3 M th 8 oath Ken'uckian 1873 te . From 1880 to 1917 ri j weekly Eentoekian. fifty- .4 Titr ef Pahlien- SUBSCRIPTION RATES i Dm be ll W " , Dm T- bf earrtse .... aw BhwrW tar at eaeee rata. I ferrsetiet. Rate Applieaiiwi fit SOUTH MAIN STREET. i WATCH THE DATE AfW your ' aaiwe. renew promptly, and sot niaa j a number. The Postal regulations t e-niulre wbaeriptiona.te ba paid ia ' ""Ivanee. i -This paper haservjisted - nnUklhc govcrnmcnx in me ) cause of America for the tenoa ox msvw OUR SERVICE FLAG HI rrj,'-vv.,,9.,C'' r1-'sf ' 8 V,. n .' f Cbiil V4 tmr4r -k y rW Jatk Drmpary knocked out Bob Pavra after a round of ona minute, u thr thing drrtmj ,n...

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

PAGE THREE Jiitrfl. I'M New Perfection J V VM V The long blue chimney are the la test type of oil cooking burners, and ..THERE'S A REASON. ) The long chimney creates a draft, furnishes the flame wilh enough air lor peifect, clean combustion and makes every drop of kerosene do alt the work in its power. All the oil is turned into heat, no moke and no odors, no .soot to blacken pots ard pans, this result cannrt be obtained from oil burners, having shorter chimneys. Planters Hardware Co. Incorporated. Hopkinsville, Ky. I CjtyBanli&TnistCo. Capital, Surplus and Undivided Profits $180,000.00 . Deposits Over . One Million Dollars tfie Largest of Any Bank in Christian County The Long and . Successful Career of This ' Bank RecMnmcnds It As a Safe Depository. W. T. TANDY, President JNO. II. TK1CE. Vice I'res. . IKA L SMITH. Cashier J. A. UROWNINU, Jr., Aast Cashier i " - ' JOE cCARK0t.L, JR., Ass"t Cashier. v a o m $ank of Jfopkinsville ffopkinsville. Ky. .Capital - - - $100,000,000 The ...

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

DAILY KEN TVCKIAff DAILY fcEXTVCfCIA .AGE TOVn r- f Seed Irish Potatoes i Time for Planting j Wc have a limited supply 5 good seed stock on hand. Special Price oh Lard In 50 lb. Tins. Lard is advancing daily. Now is the Lest time to lay in your summer supply. Special . Prices on Best Brown Boiling Bacon, SMOKED CURED. - lT I settlement by the people immediately concerned and not upon the basis of the material Interest or advant age of any other nation or people which may desire a different eettle- ment for the Bake of ita own exterior influence or maatery. "3. Tha consent of all nationa to be governed in their eonnurt towards arh other by tha aama principles of honor and of reaper toT th rom 'men bw of rlviliied society that gov- ern tha individoal cltiiens of all mod em states In their relatione with one another; to tha end that all promises and rovenanta may be sacredly ob served, no private plot or conspira ries hatched, no eelnsh Injuries wrought with impunity and a mo establish...

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

HOPKINSVILLE, KENTUCKY, SUNDAY, JULY 7, 1918. Price 3 'Cents . . . . s hkSMJJUCD w m -V R, II UK I Kaatackiaa promptly. And it you I aae a news itaaa, r-hoae it la Ik 1 eesae a am bar. EtLl hcd 1879 VoL XL-Daify Vol. 1. No. 103 THE A'SOCIATtD PRE5S , TVl Keivukin r..s brn clecte-l to Tv"iP in th Associated' I'ree and beginning with th next! iau will receive that servic in the future. Thi will bo la aam r vica, hi randnaad form of course that is upplied . all et" tn leading mornig paper. Th public dor not need to b assured that thi In th vary bt Haw aervk- obtain able In thj t'nitad Stat. Seventeen of th S7 hip launch d on July 4th war war ship. Small craft brought th actual total up to J00. , Arthur Leery, coL, wti kicked t dVth by a mul at Madisonvill. Todd county bank hav 11,400 vow in aepoeii. ' , 174 wcr reclaasthed in Webster. CAUSE FOR REJOICING. . Information ai to th nation' pro- gross tn making raady to ovorwhelm ' and destroy the intmm of mankind has assumed startling prop...

Publication Title: Daily Kentuckian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Kentuckian. — 7 July 1918

PACE TWO. DAILY KENTUCK1A. July r. Itt. i Daily Kentuckian fablished Every Morning Except Monday by CIIA8. U. II EACH AM Editor, Chae. M. MmcIimi, H. A. Robinaon, Aaa't Editor. a-stered t the. llopkinsville Poat- M Second CIm Mail Matter. Established aa Hopkmavitlc Conser wtive in 16. Succeeded by Hop fcinaville Democrat 1H76. Published few the South Kentuckian I HI 'J to 1189. Krom 1HK9 to 1917 aa tri wwakly Kentui kian. .ha wil be a candidate for tha re IS YOUR BANK DOING DUTY? publican nomination to tha senate tv succeed Senator Walsh, who will of a,trtol Cltlaeea Should Sea The fer himself for re-election in o-j verr.ber. The nominating- primary will he Aug 27 and Miss Rankin said at prnrnt tlirre is no other rr-j publican candidate ooo I ertKipstiee Announce as la Shawm. The banks thmnxhnut lha Eighth Federal fteaeree ntatrlrt are giving earnest and patriot lr support In aid In In tha flotation of Called frt irte-t. af lnt.tif tnas millliina nmke it nrraary to print a ballot of...

Publication Title: Daily Kentuckian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Kentuckian. — 7 July 1918

7 I. I Subscribe for your War Saving Stamps NOW 5 "IT ' j-i' 'Hi.rt n tell tn n ramlng a ranr end jilr.n i In i. .L.niMy . rlnthra jfiw ty of n n-rri't. n.l'v '"iii'h in i.r l rh.art.wl f.. k. Thr K c r rll,.. ni t.i Hi.. mill tl.ir. ', 'Ink f. r n k.y. In n fr turn, kr'lintt to fimillit II. n Ptnlr lil farr i. in In ri'-w. in 'I li.rl im thut jit n . lm. 'tlt n flvd . i f-.i..ii .f (in!lni nml l;i,r if dlalp.itlnu. I "Mr'll i:irt f..r lli n.iiitilninl day !af'r (rim rnur," uniK iinrol Hti Tn, iCi.vriht, i n. M.-..ui N.mr- .iHwarding hl I alf .tin kid rlcnr. "An' rrrdi.u t iv.rr r.,t a wha.lr lot In attrnd to to ll , ni rn w, n.i writ pntrr ft tn ..1." I and save the committee coming for it. KOLB&HOWE Jewelers and Opticians No. SS. Main, fhone W4. CEO.KOLB WALTER HOKE .New Call fr H. RAT EAKER 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 al...

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 July 1918

.--' WE HAVE TURNED THE CALENDAR BACK TWO YEARS FOR g IAm OH Time Bargain Salel s 41 5 r JULY 1918 V- JULY 1916 And will sell new desirable Spring and Summer Merchandise at 1916 prices, which are fully 1-3 to 1-2 lower than same qualities have been selling for. The greatest buying oppor tunity that has occurred in two years. SALE BEGINS FRIDAY, JULY .12, AND WILL CONTINUE UNTIL THE 31ST. A Gigantic Mid-Summer Selling Event, offerng big savings on the very class of merchandise you want at this moment. Wonderful values await you in every section of this store. Come to the sales early in the morning so you will have a full day to shop and save on your summer needs. The Season's Most Inportant Shoe Event. rfMen omMdectl Vemnk ble reductions. SLIPPERS FOR WOMEN. a : $8.00 Women's Highest Crade Kid Slippers : $5 95 Jn 7.00 6.00 550 4.00 3.50 7.50 6.00 6.00 6.00 4.00 4.00 3.00 7.00 6.00 5.00 400 High " Tan Lace Oxfords 4. 44 .4 44 " Black " " " Tan Pumps... ". 4.95 395 345 2.95 2.46 4.95 3...

Publication Title: Daily Kentuckian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Kentuckian. — 7 July 1918

ATTEND CHURCH TODAY The Several Churches Whoie Announcements Appear ars Ar i Welcome. 5 : Below I ivite You To Attend Their Services. Slrang. WailalaklH Preebvteriaa Clmrck Rev. A. S. Anderson, Psstor. A 9:30 a. m. Sunday School. f IV. -oo a. m. woman s hidis lias. A.am - B.LI- I - iv;uu m. m. eien e rium uhw 1 1 :00 a. m. Moraine Service. 7:11 p. m. -Christian Endeavor. 8:00 p. m. Evening service. 8:00 p. m. Wednesday Prayer Service, a Communion servlc tomorrow fol lowing the moraine service. Rev. W. C. William preaches al the lter Memorial church Sunday mornirY and at Guthrie Sunday aftai noon. Method , Episcopal Chereh. South. Dr. 1. . ria Powell, Paator. 40 i m. -Sunday School. 10:4! i. m. Preaching Service. 7:0Q p. m. Ep worth League. 8:00 p. m. Evening Servic. 8:00 p. m. Wednesdsy Mid-wsek Prayer Sefvic. Preaching at tha moraine service hv Paul ft. Poaall fiuhiart: "Th Second Commandment Tha monthly sarrsmsntal service Offering to the "new church fund will ba made at tha commu...

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

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