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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Kentuckian. — 12 July 1918

w w w ! NEW BUST OF SPEAKER CHAMP CLARK ' i Thla new bu.t (if Hpeaker Champ Dark liu )u-t Icon i-oiii.eted hy )!- A. Waloer Iiykaar. a hiimlan Jew . who ban loeo In America only a year. That Hhe boat In a food llkeurM may le aren from Itir inwrtrU phutof ra'h of Mr. Clark takro while be waa poaing tu Ih sculptor. WOULD Gt'ARD STATUES Paris ProTests Against Neglect c! Art Treasures. Anew1 1e Stand ExpoMd la Air RaU era from las of Aid Falls. Parle. rrotrat haa arlwn Id many Quarter here araluat lb deliberate neglect of many of the prtceleae Mat ure aail wrrk of art In laii. which have been permitted to stand unpro tected agnlut pontile damage fnan eoetny air raid and bomliardmcota. The apectal couinilnelon charged with the daijr of providing protection for pnhltr monnmenta of art baa been ae , veeely criticised. Lairt jrr whew the danger of air raid aceincd comparatively retiiote a doton or nw re n iminenii, ami tntii were ordered to I e T'itc l d wl'h rami I.Kv Seme time aftrrward "...

Publication Title: Daily Kentuckian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Kentuckian. — 12 July 1918

" EIGHT HOPKINSVILLC KCNTVCKIAN July 12. IMS. REX TODAY Goldwia Pretentt MARY GARDEN, in "THE SPLENDID SINNER" A beauliftil Woman drive-o to tha limit t of desperation, sacrificinsr her honor, mnpp nu rerlf of her wealth for the nun she 'oves rUcinj heroIf in the grip of an enemy of all hiinumty. It' a ni'gn.ficent emotional drama of Ma jr. Admission for matinee Children 6c Adulti llo war tua included. NJ'Eht prices children! Adults IV w.tr lix included. Aided .tftnrtion "THE EAOLrS EYE", omplete each installatc t. v CHILDREN ARE NOT ALLOWED THE LATEST IN BASEBALL Boot on . . . . Chiraio . . . Philadelphia St. Low . . New York Cleveland ft.EE EXHIBITION AT TABER . NACI.E TONIGHT OF HUN AT- . .OCITIE5 SHOWN IN HILLIS' PICTURES. The famous War Pictures taken by a rommiaaior headed by Dr. Newell Doight Hilli will be hon to the Mir free tonight at 8 o'clock at It Tabernacle. These pictures were taken by Dr. Hilli and hit aasocia tr in Fran-e ami Belgium. Thia commission ass sent to the ...

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 July 1918

DAILY KENTUCKIAN 'GREATER HOPKINS. VILL WANTS VOU." Lstablished 1879 VoL XL-Daily Vol. 1. No. 108 HOPKINSVILLE, KENTUCKY, SATURDAY. JULY 13, 1918. Price 3 dent" ,NCH GAINING GROUN EDITORIAL COGENT Call 44t if rn fail to fat Ik KeBtweMea promptly. Aad if yea have A aewe Han, phase H to the mm aumber. A miilillc rlaai meal in Vienna roata $1.60. M4Ba J WEATHER. i Z Fair ami warmer Satur-e J ilay anil Sunday. J TA JANS PUSH ON W AR Palmcrma, Italy, haa named a street auer I resident Wilson. , New rattle pene ar bring ha I It at In Slate Fair grounds. Tomorrow ia th French Fourth of July. I.. R. Lyons, a prominent citixen f Cave City, waa killed by lightning. Train robber at Tola, Kan., made succesrful getaway in an automo bile. Their loot waa amall. City Attorney Carlyle Carter, of Mayfteld. will not resign whan be en lera the army. Ha hope the war win be over before hia term ia out On Famlani, one of the leader f the Piave ope rations, baa been killed by a shell. Unlike Lunendorff he ...

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 July 1918

Jiilv 1.1. I 'H FACl TWO. DAILY KCNTVrHUN I". S 13 4 ; Ja7( Kentuckian rvbUahed Every Morniaf Except Monday 07 CHAS. M. M EACH AM Editor. Cha. M. Meaeham, B. A. Robinson, Ase'l Editor. entered at the Hopklnerille Poet .Ve as 8econd Class Mall Matter. established Hnpkinrrill Conaer- de In 186S. Sueceeded by Hop Vtnsrille Democrat 187S. Pnbliihad 1 ' tilB ft. S the BoOUl Ken'UCSian " . Kmm !! to 1917 tli fk Ij Kenturkian. rftr-eed ' FaWieali. SUBSCRIPTION MTEJi k. ull 13 00 n .... k. ..rriar S.00 barter terau at sHrlie rate. teWtlslra; Hal a Aslleatia SIS SOUTH MAIN STREET. WATCH THE DATE Alto roar Hat, renew promptly, ana aot mua number. The Postal regulations seoalre subscriptions W ee paia .Mtvanee. i rarvr has nltitcl 1 tK tnwmmmt cause of America for the period of the war OUR SERVICE FLAG 11 Minlwr of Ika Associated Pre The Associated Pna ia exclusive ly entitled to the ue for republica tira of all newt dispatches credited to " or not otherwise rredited in this p3ir and also the ...

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 July 1918

tuw in. wis DAJLT. f ErTTVOUArl PACE TllfttE j... New Perfection J irr -af :nr in in" i laa mm. m pr i , ' - v r WAR EMIiitCENCr- THRESHER'S REFORT. The long blue chimney ate the la test type of oil cooking burners, and THERE'S A REASON. The long chimney creates draft ftirniolics lhe (tame wild enough air lor perfect, clean combustion and make every drop ol kerosene do all the work in iU power. All the oil is turned into heat, no i moke and no odors, no soot to blacken pots and pans, this result cannrt he obtained from oil burners, having shorter chimneys. Planters Hardware Co. , Incorporated. Hopkinsville, Ky. In accordance with the provisions contained in Section 2. of an Act of Congress (Public No. 40, ",5th Congress) approved Aafjust 10, 1917, (lie Chief jf the Ftuneiu of Market of the United Ptntea 'Department of Af nculture hu been authorised and instructed, an an agent of the Secre tary of Agriculture, to obtain auch information eoncerninf food and nod material' aa may. teem ...

Publication Title: Daily Kentuckian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Kentuckian. — 13 July 1918

1 i ! nFTV-THREE ARE CHUM; RECLASSIFICATION ADDS riFTT MORE TO CLASS ONE. MOST LY COLORED. The Lo.nl KxrmpUon Bnerd ,.,. the reelsaaiflrstinn of ell m" in the fin.1 rfr.fl of It". P""'n many more In rim- on. " these re, Unified at thin time ere eol ered and mart o in order that the list ho complete for me may. call for 200 colored men who will lesee nere July I for ramp. u..;fi.J J.I 10 ssd lit (Is to Claw rnrTewl K. Knyd 'I James Madison W irks. I Johnson Henderson ..I Arthur Boyd Nirk A. Hoon John Wesley Newell, tol 3 Richard Newell, c J Ellis MrKee. e 3 Kmmett MrRrynnlrl e.4 John 8. Mr Reynolds e I JefT MrReynolds. r. . Masnie Moore, r Hary Moore, r. . . . Douglas Mom, c. .. Jo MrCowan, e. . . Robt. MMtn r. . . . Will Martin, c... Will Kd Masaie. c, Morton l-owery. e Calvin Lewis, e . . George lavrll. r '- Rata Lewis, c FairleiRh I.esvell. .c. .3 Robt Leevell. c 4 Will Mom. r Mat Moore, r A Ion to Moorr, c VWian Minims, c II Milton Pahney Msyes e'2 Wm. Alexander I.ursn, t i E.Mie...

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 July 1918

. DAILY KENTUCKIAN J Fair Sunday anr! Monday, a Little Chant in Tempe ra pture. 'GREATER HOPKINS- I I VILLE WANTS YOU." J I Established 1879 VoL XL-Daily Vol. 1. No. 109 HOPKINSVILLE, KENTUCKY, SUNDAY. JULY 14, 1918. Price 3 Cents RUMORS M THE AIR ! EDITORIAL C0!W ! : Call 449 ir vra ru to net the KHtnMi promptly. Aad If you bs.e it.., pkeae II to the aa. aambec. The tininn County Fair haa been derLvrd tiff until th war and. Von Meriting aaya Germany will net keep Belgium "in any form what ever." anl for one h telle th truth. Cspt. Geo. H. 8palilinir, of Colum bus, Ky., I dead of wounds received in action. ( Thar must b a Urribl mall in hell tonight von Hindenburg la dead. Th 11 ohm sustained Ui Presi drnt'a veto of th 12.40 wheat amendment to th acricultural hill 172 by It. If Hindenburg ia really and cintcw- ly dead, th Uars shed over th- food urn would not moisture postage stamps. Th report from th Hague Friday that Cm. Hindenburg waa ill and had hrpn succeeded by Gen. Ludendorff...

Publication Title: Daily Kentuckian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Kentuckian. — 14 July 1918

.TuW 14. I1" DAILY RENTVCEIAN PACE TWO. .a il i Daily Kentuckian I hltehed Every Morning Except B Monday by a CHA8. 11. M EACH AM ! Editor, Chad. M. Meaeham, U. A. Robinson, Am'I Editor. a MUml at the Hopkinsville Port- I" .AVe Second Clas Mail Matter J etablished aa Hopkinsville Coneer- etlve In 186S. Succeeded by Hop-,11 Hnsville Democrat 187S. Publubed .a the South Ken'uckian 1879 to . Rlt. From 19 to 11T aa trt- B eakly Kentuckian. nj Great Auction Lot Sale! rifty-easeed Year at Pebllsatloev. SUBSCRIPTION RATES i 'la year (Im f Mr hr earner - lej t barter larva al " pieaertieeiate i rates. .dvertWsrf Rales aa AppWeaUeai .00 IIS SOUTH MAIN STREET. WATCH THE DATE Aftar 7" mm, rancw promptly, and not miaa a number. Tha Postal regulations ! J esquire aubaenptiona to ba paid in B odvaaee. aj -f 1 . . - - i a - i . a ' . J'l ' .1 V ' 4V A V- v- urf- i'$&Y 'JcanL.aona ' W V : ,v :.;; i. or;V' IK- V - ;f1 iionnair- ' V v. H ' " - i "- Thii piper haieruisted hr? co of America for the...

Publication Title: Daily Kentuckian
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Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Kentuckian. — 14 July 1918

.tuiv ir. nun Subscribe for your War Saving Stamps SHAG mo E OF Ml PAPER MB IS NECESSARY NOW THE WAR INDUSTRIES ORDERS ALL PUBLISHERS TO ECONO MIZE IN THE USE OF NEWS. fRINT. I and save the committee coming for it. KOLB&HOWE Jewelers and Opticians No. 8 S. Main. Phone 311. GEO. KOLB WALTER HOWE The War Industrie Board of th Federal (iovernmcnt, through iU pulp mid paper section, ha UueJ from I Washington, under date of July 6, , the following order to all newspap er publishers: "On account of the shortage of ma te naU the question of the supply of paper m becoming acute and tha as of paper must be economized to the greatest possible extent. "It Is necessary that all nrwspap- rs which publish a daily and week ly edition put the following prelimi nary economies into effect July 15, 1918: TO INCREASED COAL PRODUC TION SAY OPERATORS fUEL ADMINISTRATOR IS IN. FORMED. I By Associated Preka. Washington. July 18. Immediate Y nation-wide prohibition absolutely necessary if the extra 100,...

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 July 1918

A v. 1 . s t PACxrouk ilMD ICONDITIONS SUBSCRIPTIONS A DISGRACE REPORT OVER $5,000 SUBSCRIB ED FOR WAR SAVINCS STAMPS. RED CROSS UNITS AT WORK . - ILmw Katrines lamps among m ........ r . i i i i. an the report wnicn n ... -- . . . ,iniv'in far .now mcy n..c v " " . well Their -p.-., and have gone inrnucnoin i- lightening and informing them a to their duty and obligation in thia re aped. They have held mas meet ing at several Minti an dreporta how that they have subscribed more than SS.000 and nmy reach $7,000 r $.000 when all report are in. Red Cross unit N. 1. of Pembroke, of which Krv. W. J. Brown ia the .. I.I....1 r.m.rl.l a ubsrriltlon Of $ir.8r,; and another unit of the Red' I ii....!.. i. ik. I t rnar, oi wnicn ne. ,,u... - mmidrnt reported $1010 aubarrib-, " , J ,.Le Their ef . openly and flagrantly v.nlMed every d from t" Mtmr iar. irwir n- . . . . JorU in thia reM-cl are a credit to day helwn Hopk.n-dle and Nh IHIir ce. The work ha. bee. don.W'lle. CUrklle. Spnngfield and...

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 July 1918

Price 3 Cent .'- editorial mm Celt 441 If ? fstl to lb K ! preasptly. A ad if yea kae sews Him, phone II to the state Ban hat. Established 1879 Vol. XL-Daily Vol. 1. No. 110 m mm os mm eeeve .. . . , AS THE WEEK BEGINS. 9 (By A mot mtd Pitta.) T,V Britiah ' troop in Macedonia seemingly have started an operation against the Teutonic allies which may develop westward along the bat tle front and eventually confront with the successful . drive which Is being carried out by the French and Italians in Albania. West of the town of Foiran which lies on the rail road north a Saloniki, the British have delivered blow against the Bulgarians which was productive of good results. Details of the operations are lack ing but it is not unreasonable to as sume that it had In view the ultimate rapture of the railroad line running northward from Uskub and the out flanking of the enemy lines north east of Monastir. Mesnwhile in Albania, the French and Italians are giving the enemy no rest, pressing him ...

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 July 1918

.July 1ft. f ACE tWO. DAILY llNtUCRIAM" Saiii kcniuckian ft NERVOUS WRECK: tnm Tluve W Saffarmf . 5ayt Cardul Made Her WcU. -'.bliahed Ery Momma Monday by CltAS. H. MEACHAM Kditur, Cha. M. Meaeham, H. A. Kobinaon, Ass't Editor. t..m rn. Tei. la an hrttieiilnf t Un n H Schill. of this town, liaii"i m . . . ... - ; itrti "tot mm yews auiwrai wuwn. Ctite red at the Hopkinarilla Poet- agony with my WM ""W 10 rVe m Second Class Mail Matter, do my ol Biy work. r- us wanted to sleep an Bia Uma, lor a-slablished aa Hopkinsville Conesr- ha wu tba only caM 1 could get. whea atia-4n I Rim. Kur eedrd by Hon- j WM asleep. I became a aenrona wrack Unenlle Democrat 16. Published gwtul Buffering wtttl mf M tha South Kenmckian 187t to 1189. From 1H89 to 1917 aa trt-, jvaj q aervoua that the least aoiaa ably Kentnckmn. 'would make ma Jwnp out ol my bed. I ift--.-J Yar NUktnM. had no eaerof. and wu anabla to do anything. My aoa. a young boy, had to SUBSCRIPTION RATESi 1 do all my lioutehokl dutiea. ' ...

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 July 1918

DAILY JQBfT PACE THRCE -I Columbia Mid Month Records NOW ON SALE ! i fly The Daughter of Roiie O'Grady. nd every bit tweet a her mother n before her. A ong already national popular with Juit Junt auch a happy lilt and radenre aa mad Ha name-sake famous. Sunt by Robert Lewia orrhmtra arrompaniment On the bark "Bye and Byt' a brauti ful song of aolilier hope S2S6I 7S Martmbephone Band . Breeiea Through Cotton Picker' Ball (copied With There's Lamp of Snf tr Down in Dixie A new kind of danca music! Pull of daah and iparkla and the wild weird minora of monater mirambai syncopating neat and nerk. At for tune thia Jas classic need no introduction to dancer. MEDLEY ONE STEP AZS50 TS Cheer Up Mother hi Ihc Mu'.hrr ng of the month. The aolilier ann promiaca to return and even look fato the future aa he aeea hia own eon lialcuinjt to Uia story of tha War. Tha inuaie well lit the ' beatify of Ihe word. Couplrd When the War is Over TU Return to You By TrerlrM Quartette of male voire. Orchestra ...

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 July 1918

LARGE CROWDS CAME OUT EVERYWHERE TO WITNESS EX HIBITION OF HIU.1S' WAR , fICTVRES CAMPAIGN CONTINUES. revwhc the exhibition of the Hillis" War Pictures have been shown in this county large crowds haee seen them and they sit in bewilder ment while looking upon the scenes ml listening to recital of the klnnHintt. moot atrocious, and most blood-curdling met ever committed h human hands. Saturday afternoon and night Urre gathering were at both Kelly and C rofton. the crowd at Crofton hina- an lane the picture had to be ahown out doors. Sunday three meetings wers held at Honey Grove. New Idea Consol idated School and Dogwood. At all theea pla.es the buildings wera filled to overflowing. The porpoao of the picturea and the meaning of tho War Savings Stamps were explained at all these meetinr by R. E. Cooper. Chairman of the Council of Defense The picture and history of each were told by Mr. Jake Cnder. and the follow-np patriotic addresses were delivered by J. B. Allensworth. .The machine...

Publication Title: Daily Kentuckian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Kentuckian. — 17 July 1918

f '4 E.t.tkhrd 1879 Vol. XL-Daily Vol. 1. No. Ill HOPKINSVILLE, KENTUCKY. WEDNESDAY. JULY 17, 1918. 3 Cents IQ A FH s A-pinn niciTn tit td fi b? A EDITORIAL COMMENT j ee" Can 44 1 If j fell U get Kaatwaklaa prwasnly. Aa4 if yew Lava a news (teas. aae II U the earns BMBiWar. Of Henderson's 21ft new regis tranta, ISA were pat in class one. I ooo A ifero bay named Joan Henry Henderson, aged It, was killed by a train at Morton's Gap. Hun prisoner takan admit their cammanders are whipped and they were eminently correct Wm. L. Edison, Thomas A. Edi son's son, has enlisted In the tank service. W. Moore and Vhrian Mimma both in the colored call yesterday. When their names were failed one was in hie coffin and the other in jail. FOLLOWING THE FLAG Marshal Gaines, who haa been vis Hint Mr. Preston-Hsynea, of Howell, for the past two months, was called .before his local draft board in Wash ington for Thursday. He left Hop- ; kinsville Tuesday morning for Wash ington. j Among the 3ip new men se...

Publication Title: Daily Kentuckian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Kentuckian. — 17 July 1918

July 17. IJU .Party Kentuckian Vkltakd Every Morning Exrrpt Monday by CBAS. II. 1IEACHAM Editor, Cha. M. Macham. B. A. Robinson, A'l Kditor. Ured th Hopkinnvill Po'- aa 8eond Clan Mail fliaurr established Hopkinsville Conser ttv ta Succeeded by Hnp yUartlla Democrat 17. rubl.shrd M th Bauth Kenluckian to III. From 1M9 to 1917 tri waekly Kentuckian. fifty a Yaar l Pbl icatina. DAILY KtNTUCKIAN AGJMrWO mmmmmmmmmmlmmm!mmmm 1 asswawaswawaj "?E-55 ' SUBSCRIPTION RATE5i LH ?Mr Wt yaar by ar 00 aeetes lain at bwpwIm,'' ralas. Adveriisieg Rslee ea Aepli'stiaa fit SOUTH MAIN S TPT.F.T. i WATCH THE PATK- After yi a, renew pmmp'iy, an n.u mi.- lambw. The Potal regulation, aqnir aobeeriplinna to ha paid in France. 1 i,Tmi paper ruf enmtea ...htfae wvemment in the prate of America for the period of the war OUR SERVICE VLAU I C 4 t, S 4. n Member of tka Associated Pratt Tha Associated Pre is exclusive ly entitled to tha use for rrpuhlir.i tion of alt new dispatches credit' I to It or not otherwis...

Publication Title: Daily Kentuckian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Kentuckian. — 17 July 1918

July I f. 1(18 pace three me Subscribe for your I War Saving Stamps rrrfr a t ttf 1 1 ill- rnnh, hi- " I III IIHI'II -III aaaaw will W IVANlKAU i . NOW WOUND KILLS FLIER BOOTH. ' raria. July I S. Lieut. W. Vcrn i Booth, Jr., of the American flying corps, ha died at a Scottish hospi near the front from injuria received i in bomb exploiion when he was I forced to land after an aerial combat over the German line. Thia Injury 1 1 nM.aaff mtA thm imnulatinn ttt a He waa buried with full military ... j. honor. publican of the United Bute manna Lieut Booth w. born in Chgo)"0'""'" ,6rr . In Kill th. . f W. Vernon Booth! "Ther art Mm thing aboot the and Helen L. Booth who ia aiiter of and save the commit tec coming for it. koilb&ihiowe: Jewelers and Opticians Mr. Philip D. Armour. Lat April Lieut. Booth wa mar ried in Pari to Mia Ethel Forgan, daughter of David R. Forgan, Chi cago financier. Previously he had brought down a German airplane and a reward ten day't leave of absence wa grant...

Publication Title: Daily Kentuckian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Kentuckian. — 17 July 1918

DAILY ttNTt'CUArl Jul? 17. 11 ma cm I t s t 1 ill T: DEATH WES VIVIAN MIMMS KILLED WILLIAM MOORE IN FIGHT OVER A WOMAN YESTERDAY. William Mor wi killed by Vie Mimmi Yesterday morning shortly TMfara on o'clock at the homa of v r. ft Melton on South Mafn street They wera both negroes and fought oer Mary Ixw Hern. l ercd woman employed In Mr. Mel ton'a family. Moor had been with the woman t Friendship nail Monday night and went with her homa on lh Melton premises. Shortly afterward Mimma appeared on tha scene and tha trage dy occurred. The details ara meagre to tha actual facta. Moora coma running acroaa yard from Mr. Milton'a back yard, and whila continuing his flight down the tract to point in front of tha rea- idenca of Mr. T. C. Underwood fell upon the aidrwalk and expired. He bad bled to death from a wound in bis throat that severed tha Jugular vein. Mimma alo (led from the arena in n opposite direction and yesterday about noon was found at hia home by IJaut Hawkins and other offi...

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 July 1918

444Me i -GREATER HOPKINS- Z VILLE WANTS YOU." I ASSOCIATED PRESS; V II I A J II AAV EilabUhed 1879 VoL XL-Di!y Vol. 1. No. 112 HOPKINSVILLE, KENTUCKY, THURSDAY. JULY 18, 1918. Price 3 Cents. WEATHER. I'mhahly showers today. MALL GAM ATM Sdiiorial Comment Call 44 If yea fall ! gat Ik KeatwhUa pvaetptly. Aad tf yea have aewt lUss, phase it to the Tnree hundred or more soldiers now at Camp Zsrhsry Taylor who are alien eititenship were naturatiied In the Federal Court Saturday mom Ing by Judge A.J. M. Cochran, Judge of the United SutM District Court . for tho Eastern district of Kentucky. Judge Cochran la making the spec ial trip there to preside in place of Judge Evans, tha Federal Judge, who la in the Eait on hia vacation. A Paria dispatch says it hat been developed that the American com manders refused to conaider French advice not to counterattack Monday to regain the loel poaitione on the Marne, because, they declared the re tirement was "unendurable" and "an arreptahle to our coun...

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 July 1918

DAILY KKNTUCRIAN JuW 1. 1918 Daily Jtentuckian PabHshed Every Morning Except Monday by CRAB. M. II EACH A II a a. .Editor, Cku M. Meacham, ' H. A. Robinson, Ass't Editor. Entered at th Hopklnsvill Post r .flea m 8ond Clas Mail Matter. AGE two. MB 0) 0) mm J3 established m Hopkinsvill Coneer ewtive la 1S66. Succeeded by Hop kiarnll Democrat 1676. Published M th South Kentuekian 187 te 1I9. From 1889 to 1917 a trt vroekly Kaotaeklaa. Fifty oesoad Year rablkatfea. SUBSCRIPTION RATEJi a yow by asail Om roar by carrier BO sorts tonai al seme scoaorUoaat rate. Adrcrtuiaa Rates e AaplleeUe. Sit SOUTH MAIN STREET. WATCH THE DATE Afta yoor Uat, renew promptly, and ot mla aombsr. Tba PoaUl regulations require rabacripUooa to bo paid la advance. -T.J 1. Thtt fas enlisted ..u the gpvei iihient in the jcx of America, tor the jiod of the war OUR SERVICE FLAG , Meaabar ol tha AsMciated Frees Tha Associated Preaa ia exclusiv ' ly entitled to the use for republica tion of all new diepatchea credited...

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