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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Kentuckian. — 18 July 1918

.Tttlv IR, HUR ADWELL 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. City Banb & Trust Co. Capital, Surplus and Undivided Profits $180,000.00 Deposits Over One Million Dollars The Largest of Any Bank in Christian County The Long and Successful Career of This Bank Recommends It As a Safe Depository. W. T. TANDY, I'remlenl JNO. B. TRICE. Vk.e-1'res. IRA L SMITH. Cuhier J. A. DROWNINQ, Jr., Am1 Cuihier JOE atcCARROLL, JR.. Am t Cashier. THE MARKET BASKET. (Price at ruuiLI Brrakfa( ftaenn, pound 60c Egge per doxen S3c Butter nrr pound SO i Bacon, extras, pound 35c Country hama, large, pound.. ..l&c Country hama, amall, pound.. 37 We 'l-ard, pur leaf, pound 15e iUrd. 60 lb tma 111.60 l-ard. compound, pound SOe .Cabbage, per pound 10c 1 1riah potatoes 40 cent peek Lemon, per doxen . Cheese, cream, per 'Sweet potatoea ('ornmeal, bushel . Oranges, per duien 'Cooking appl...

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 July 1918

REX THEATRE TOMORROW Fifteen Dollar Dresses PRESENTS Alice Brady In her latest success "At the Mercy of Men" . A timely photodrama ' - staged in chaotic Russia. D ALICE p 7s I f BRADY J r "-0 I tl . 1 J A romance of turbulent Tetrograd, replete with . thrills and emotions Alice Brady in a powerful portrayal of the young heroine that keeps you glued to your chair. Matinee, Children 6c, Adults 11c'. Night, Children 10c, Adults 15c. -oTnini pad manna a i a? n.iiss UIULLI1 umi 1$ mm BURGLARS ENTERED D. D. CAYCE'S GARAGE BY DRAW. ING STAPLE EXTRA WHEEL TIRE MISSING. Burglers entered the garage of I. D. Caye at hi horn Tuesday night after midnight ami took his Buirk Six automobile out for a pin. Evi dently the Intent of the party or parties was to take a joy rule be cause the car wan fuuml yesterday mmning standing on a aide street bark of the High School. Or. the party may have used this method of travel for a trip to some unknown point The batteries were run down when the car was found....

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 July 1918

! I Etlab'uhed 1879 VoL XL-Daily Vol. 1. No. 113 THE WEATHER. Fair ami warmrr today. Saturday Fsir. Editorial Comment Call 44t fail la l Ida Kaataakiaa all. Aaa if ih a a news tea. phse II la Ike ansa laaUr German soldiers who had HouhU on tha aubjaet of Americana bring in Franca had an eye-opener Tues- ilajr. A libel auit brought by Hiram Phelps, of Hardinaburg. against tha . Breckinridge Neva, foe $5,000, was decided in favor of tha News. Tha Dawson Springe bubbla haa exploded, but Dawson la thcra yet ad will alwaya ba Kentucky's lead big health resort. Can. Henri Bethelot, who headed tha French military miaaion to Ru mania, la now commanding tha Franco-Italian army in tha aector be tween the Mama and Rheima. ooo F ranch obaervera report that thir teen enemy airplane fell in lha re gion over which an American pursuit aquadron waa patrolling and light ing Tuesday. Within tha Anirricaa) linea it had been considered sure that the Americana had downed eight and possibly nine enemy pla...

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 July 1918

Jul? 19. 1018 PAGE TWO. DAILY KE.NTUCKIAN Xfaittf Kentuckian fabllebed fcvery Morning- Eieept Monday by CHAR. M. MKACUAM Kdttor. Chae. H. Meacham, B. A. Robinson, Am'I Editor. entered at the llnpklnaville foal- a Becoiid Claaa Mail Jlaiter g-etabllshed aa llopkinsville Conser tattve In I860.. Huecreded lT Hnp Hnavills Itemoerat 1H6. Published M tha Sooth Kentuckian lxl to lt. From I8H1I to 1IM7 ai trl vaekly lentockian. riftf -McoaTYaar el "eblkstloB. SUBSCRIPTION RATESi ao year b .l e rear be carrier boater teresa at sjste proportionate rata. MeertMtra Kale Aollalse III SOUtH MAIN STREET. WATCH THE DATE Aftar jrour name, rant promptly, and aot solas lombir. Tha Postal re gallon ee-iuire subscriptions ta ba paid ia Mrvanee. C. Thu paper luienliitea hhthe Mvcmmcnt in the Carre of America for the period of the war OUR SERVICE FLAG " " " f36 TO BAR FOOD CORNERS Franca Plant to Prevent Boost in Price. Feed Minister la Inclines! Toward Monthly Rationing. Schsms Pa. tatoaa Plentiful Farts...

Publication Title: Daily Kentuckian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Kentuckian. — 19 July 1918

J-ilv IT tl'IR DAILY KErfTUCCfAJt Subscribe for War OVER THE TOP FOR THE LAST TIME your Saving Stamps NOW and save the committee coming for it. im &?&i-.:-J: rr on EaECIIIEI) DUVAL REFUSED TO BE BLINDFOLDED) WOULD NOT r VTV- 1 1 LET GUARDS TAJCE HIM "fs--r- r-1. ' BY. THE ARMS. .1 KOLB&HOWE . Jewelers and Opticians ' No. 8 S. Main. Phone 3 II. GEO. KOLB 1 " WALTER MM 3 An Italian snMler hn has go no hli lt fnrioacl vm the ftrlne line, and nhu has given hit life an that diroorrae sniffer slew. p- herl J emi-ii in gii over me lop to attack hen his life wae fH'-ied ewt by knm man imiii'i. Pork! Pork! Pork! Do not neglect your hogs Feed a Balanced Ration and push them to maturity Tn this way you help our gov ernment, our army, our navy, t our allies and yourself most of all. The Acme Mills. Incorporated I ' ' WISCONSIN GOVERNOR WANTS FLAG SALUTED. (By Associated PrM.) Madison, itw., July 17. Oovernor fhilipp will be petitioned to Untie proclamation calling upon all citi zen,...

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 July 1918

July 19. WIS TXZX tW ' m , DAILT KENTUCEIArl 1 ROOM iCI BIG SPEECH 1 EFORE NE WYORK STATE RE PUBLICAN CONVENTION PLEADS FOR REPUBLICAN RULE. (Bjr Associated Press ) Sara tor. N. Y., July 19-Theo- bre Roosevslt emphasiied "the nee kity of electing Republican Con- in an address here today re fers hU New York State unofficial publican SUte Convention, j The events of the part year and a felf have shown that a Republican iongress is necessary, the former besident Mill, "to aupport the Ad ministration at every point where it jets vigorously in prosecuting the r, an dto supply iu deficiencies in i prosecution of the war and in h carrying out of a proper world Wiey." I "This eounlry need." the Colonel i sclared, "a Congress which will give H Administration this kind of vig- ; roua support, ana yei win irrwi7 . VfrviM and when necessary inves . (gate what is being done. "Sine the war began the Repub Sans in Congress have acted in a .' irit of the largest patriotism, and tolly without regard...

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 July 1918

DAILY GREATER HOPKINS- J 5 VILtE WANTS YOU." . ily Vol. 1. No 114 HOPKINSVILLEf KENTUCKY, SATURDAY. JULY '20, 1918,. , - Price 3 Cents f ; ! THE WEATHER. in II w . Mr. Sdiiorial Comment ! MEMBER OF- J ASSOCIATED PRESS - . KENTUGKIAN u nn-ixr Al y liv pi & (H M II p ? ' 1 7.0(0 1 ) i Call 44 f .. lU f.l ha fcoatveBiajL Jtroeaptly. Ami If yea T aaoo , . II U th ' saase iwU. vvh-iv. : . . Th reported death of Quentin Receevett ha not been confirmed, bt late 'djp pate hrt give strong color to tha theory that ha landed un- hart and la now a prisoner. poo Whan the Americana broke through an a quiet lone, without artillery preparation, they found aiany of the llaaa harvesting the rye crop of the I'rattch farmeni to appropriate tt to Uelr own ne. A dispatch friHn -Amsterdam aayi tha Holland new bureau announced that the agreement between (ireat . Britain and Germany for the ex change of prisoners wss signed Sun day at The Hague and will be u fe rn itUd to hoh government for rat Ifiratio...

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 July 1918

FACE TWO. DAILY UNTUCKIAN Jj;7y Kentuckian lahed Kvery Jlonuaf Eseept Monday ky CHAS. M. M EACH AM Bditor, Chas. M. Meaeham, B. A. Robineoa, Aas'l Editor. Stared at tha Ice M Hecuad Hopkinsville Poet- Class Mail Matter. rtabhahed aa Hopkinsville Conser tl a tn Ifiti6. .Succeeded by Hup esvllle Democrat IS'- Published . the 8outh Kenuckiaa 187" to I8. From 1889 to KIT aa tri- sakly Kentuckian. nity sss d Yaar el PaWieettoa. ! SUBSCRIPTION RATES. aa yaaa by aseil M a yaa by earrtor "0 MtM tan) at rrt ata i t rates. kaWtbirt Rata aa A r- III SOUTH MAIN STREET. WATCH THE DATE Aftar yaar jaa, renew promptly, and not mini ' uembir. Tha Portal recitations fa.eire aubacriptiona to ba paid ia to nee. t ONE REASON WHY THE HUN WAS STOPrtD ii Onflow ,aw mm t a ww gay? -1 , B?f , o T Mi tra ' Thle keep of mrr ' J"4 Part. taeernranni tine araewriea1 lie me Brtttab battery fc a few days' f,rhHn.,n ,lhe,rrenrh front. a-. .iil. h.r. mora shells than tha awl. for ill their ammunition factor! ara wert...

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Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Kentuckian. — 20 July 1918

agi nam" WHY YOUNQ HUSBANDS GET FAT In nil artlrl on "4 jil-im.r nj'l.l" th Augit't Amrrf.'Sh" Mngnzinrr He uhnr eays: "TheVreat IrmiMe with many per .n who are itirliiied In be Mailt I rlml tliry li not realize hiiw little Iriirl?' A'.'xl John In s m though he as gaining weiRht U What lathe' taii of htr , , ! P f 'The raui.tr. In m a nm. la i.r. I Unxiety n the pat j of the wife to (how what a jfetod rook and to plntae hrr ttashamd. The jprouilnrt nnmrnt of yosut wife 'a (life la wheti she he ra her husband It takes to train a few extra pound Miosst to ntrarr men h ow well his wife I cne third of a quart of milk or three rirrly prepared foods running heav-fher a over- j young r ahe la II ROMANCE IN KHAKI r "AY NOOCHICK CLADTOTESTIFTi Says Wslss UAj, "As Ta W.U Cardoj Hai Dead Far Urn, Sa . Ai T. He! Otlttn." j DllDlAMT TAI If UUlilHM 0 IfiLli isis. fcv th. Mrriur N - j Mr ayneirai.i i ADMITS DEFEAT nnd helpings, not rwiliniinr that ah ia advancing hrelf to witf owhood." 'Witters nf...

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 July 1918

DAILY, UNTUCE1A page two. I ' I .Ml IIUIIS PLAN TRAP; ! KILL EACH OTHER British Join In Air Battle Between Two Teuton Flying Squadron. ENEMY PULLS BAD EO'iER English PlletcJayfully d Impartially Render AesleUne Fir t On Old. Then to IK Other. TTlth th British Army la Franc. Thl la the alnrr of hattl royal wsged In th air Mfi two flight of Herman plsnea. It wss an onlnten tlofinl hnt olstmns fight Mwftn brother vlnrs, during whtrh British pilot Joyfully and Impartially r dered assistance first to th oa eld, then to ths other, until mi many nf tb emperor' flyer had been de stroyed or dsmsged that th conflict could not continue, Thl extraonllnery engagement he- run thus: Tun British officers In a fighting machine wer lea.llng a patrol alone the line when they sighted a German Ualberstarit two-aealrr. which upon their appearance Sred green algnal light. The British leader expected trap and Halted to see what thta an tisnsl performance meant. To Many Cam t Ntaeu. In short time alt German...

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 July 1918

Eitabwhed 1879 Vol. XL-Daily Vol. 1.' No. 115 HOPKINSVILLE, KENTUCKY, SUNDAY. JULY 21, 1918. Price 3 Cent lilt WEATHER. f air ami warmer Sunday, ly Monday. prnluih- Sdiioriat Comment 1 ' Call 44f if sew faU ! ' Kealwckiaa promptly. And if j baea a news ilea. akoM il la f fSSSM IMMt. Since President Wilson , married descendant of Pocahontas, he um-i the Indian wnr.l "Okrh" to . K. official cegrespnndencn, k mean "It la so." ' ouo- Germanjr rtaima to have raptured 10,000 prisoners and the allira not nly claim but (huw 17.000 already 'fat the wire cages and are being "guarded with their own guna and fed on their awn ration. ' oki ' It ia rumored that Judge R. W. Bingham, who will inherit $5,000, 000 next Saturday from hia de ceased wife, will buy the Courier Journal. The Bowling Green News published the reporj tfiia week. The big British transport, Carpa thia. 13,000 ton, ha been eonk by German aubnumne off the Iruh coaat. while bound thi way. No lei of life reported. The Carpathia n o...

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 July 1918

V BA1LT attNTUCKIAH Jti!2i. 111 Daily Ktntuckian ablthed Ever Mortunf Eicept Monday by CHAS. M. MEACHAM editor, Cha. M. Meaeham, H. A. Robinson, Ase't Editor. fotered at tha roe aa Second llnr-kinsvill Toat Claaa Mail Mattar. established a. Il"lkinv.lla vwtive in I "" Sun ceded by Hop Unar'M. Democrat IH. I'uhlished a , Toii'h KrntiM'" lVI to i69 rmm IHhlt to 11M7 aa tri hlr kenturliian. WHERE THE BRITISH CROSSED THE jSRKtiT 0 id Year fMiealM. SJ.00 00 SI'B.ICRIPIlim kaies f. mi he artar SB.H.r rin i eroawrUooate J.rirf Ralae ee Aeelkatlea III SOUTH MAIN STREET. WATCH THE DATE- - Aflat yoor earn, renew promrt'y, ana no t number. Tha l'otal refutation eqatre ubecription to ba paid ia Mtranea. a- Triii paper hai enlisted with the government in the cause of America for the period of the war OUR SERVICE FLAG fww ess r$-' p Member of the Associated Press Th Associated Press ia eiclusive Ijr entitled to th use for republica tion of all new dwpatrhea credited to it or not otherwise credite...

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 July 1918

DAILY KEWTUCttJtW f ACE TrTOBI Subscribe for your War Saving Stamps NOW and save the committee coming for it. KOLB&HOWE Jewelers and Opticians No. 8S. Main. I'lionc 311. ; GtO.hOI.ll WALTER HOWE Pork! Pork! Pork! Do not neglect your hogs Feed a Balanced Ration and push them to maturity. In this way you help our gov ernment, our army, our navy, M our allies and yourself most of all. The Acme Mills. Incorporated Buy the Best ijS f& ' ( TOILET W'i () A I ARTICLES J hfclfO X and Keep Pleased IM fjL vTSCj 3 AvithYour jgA All, A Large Line of BeautyAids : Every woman wants to bo as attractive es possible). And It's perfectly ritfht that she ' should be. 'Actresses are more envted and admired, ?erhaps. than any other class of women, et they are not always the most beautiful They attribute thetr charms In a measure to the regular use of good creams, lotions, eto. We have a line of the latest and most effect ive beauty aids, perfumes, etc, to please the most exacting. 4 DRUGGIST INST...

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 July 1918

DAILY KENTUCKIAN Jul 1. Kid -1 p . mi IAL0F 1 WlL BE HELD THIS AFTERNOON , - ' at THE HOME Ol' HER f.RANPMOTHLR. Brief mention mnde yesterday if the drsth t " I'"" Friday night of Mm Sun Vn Puller, ( the Stiinrt She had re cently nndrrcnne n mm mid iipcrntinn to relieve a eonipln ;i'nn of diseases. Mrs. Butler was in the 2'lrd ywf of her ape. She n dimghter of Mr. snH Mm. May Mw nl a grand daughter of Mr. K M. Anderson. Then rrbUivri nirvivc her a well as her huhan.. Mr Kill y K. Butler and their infnol son Shr was a member of the Firt H..n-t t'hiinh. KunrrHl wivm-c-. will he held at 3 oVIim tMi iiflPiii'Min lit the residence nf Tlr. An.li r-.'M. iwidiHted by Dr. C M. Thump .'ii The following gen-j tleimn v .11 ,u( H bcarere: J. J.! Metcalfe. T. I Metcalfe, A. W. Wood. J li t ook. K. II. Higgina and Clyde Smith. The remaina will he1 Interred in Riverside cemetery. MISS ANNIE CAYCE i MILL MIORII.Y OPEN A NEW Mil LINI RY STORE ON MAIN STREET. A n, niilliiitrv Kture mill flfcrltv' be. ...

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 July 1918

L ' KENT ,,.. CREATE HOPKINS- S VI LLC WANTS YOU." ' 2 M.k-. .1 V f "Associated press y ' tVtabished 1879 Vol. XLDai!y Vol. 1. No. 116 HOPKtNSVlLLE, KENTUCKY, TUESDAY, JULY 23, 1918. n. Price 3 Cents DA uc ' I A M- a, J if V v a. y . 0 s-' V - M , ' ' '.1 . "J) i V THE WEATHER. Loral Thunder showers toilny, nnI prohahly Wednesday. ..........ir.j Sdhorial Comment s..;...............t Call 44 M sew faU fa get Ik. Kaatvehiaa praasptly. Aad II yea a it la Mia Mi Item, Th.- are serious riota In Bohr mm Tha Italian ara pushing ahead AlhaiinV TawpMistrisn cabinet haa quit in a body. Sis thousand mora Hunt war rag ad Sunday. A Vienna paper says: "American participation in the fighting increas ea the German task to one of a gi gantic 4jtgnltude.n Tina nflie have taken more priann. re than the aggrrgat number of their own raauahiea. And ther ix ; no telling how many German have hwQ i"hi and wounded. unit JtotL' la believed to be cutting the Chateau (Thierry .salient at ita base n both sides a...

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 July 1918

Jui 2.1. tm Daily Jtentuckian rbltahd Iry Morning Eirept Monday CHA8. M. MEACHAM Editor, Cha. M. Meacham, H. A. Robinapn, Aae'l Editor. Battered at th Hopkinavtll Post. flr aa Serond CUat Mail Matter. RELIEF FOR STRICKEN ITALIANS established aa Hopklnjvllle Coneer vativ in IMS. Succeeded hy Hop ktmrrill Democrat 176. Published M tha Sooth Kentorkta IMS to ISM. From 1M9 to 11T aa tri weekly Eentuekian. fifty ooasad Year of realisation. SUBSCRIPTION RATESi aw k. U $3.00 Starter earass al nrepeetfewale Advertism Holes Aewlteatlon I ' -i:-f a a-. -v,'V ' r -.lv. SIS SOUTH MAIN STREET. WATCH THE DATE After your name, ronow promptly, and not mio a number. Tho Foetal regulations require uharription to bo paid jdrane. 'This Diner has enlisted .thewvemmarjinthe 1 Jsfc of America tor the Liriod of the war OUR SERVICE FLAG M.inber of tha AuociaUd PrM Tho Associated Pma to eichieive ly entitled to the use for republiea tion of all new dispatches credited to it or not otherwiiie credited in this...

Publication Title: Daily Kentuckian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Kentuckian. — 22 July 1918

PAGE THREE July 23. IStS TEir.iT Vwuiiei THE LITTLE LADY C5 i CTrindren Cry fcr FfoUhor'O y JACK LAimroat 1 I Three Cows and a Lily Equal Five Cows and No LOy VTE are offering you the Lfljr cream eeparatoe fc cause the Lily ia the machine we believe in. Ita record and tents have convinced us that you can make store money from three cows and a Lily than with five . cows and no Lily. That ought to interest you. We believe in the sturdy, simple, sankary desigat the working of the few closely -grouped tears; the spLnah siHng system that doesn't fsili the oaa-adjustment setter which we will explain Uter.v. Moat of all we believe in the LOy bowl, which gets al the rream out ot the milk, down te about o a drop ia each gallsaV That a what count a. Come in and aes this good cream aepejetet. Planters Hardware Co. W adJdaeJ wo Hopkinsville, Ky. AD WELL BROS. TIN WORK OF ALL KINDS Roofing, Guttering and Repairing. Plat Bed Steam Boxes. Country york a Specialty. HOPKINSVILLE, KENTUCKY. Rear I. O...

Publication Title: Daily Kentuckian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Kentuckian. — 22 July 1918

I ' i s . .1 V Hi : $ t iac roux. Sill! MRS ". . I OFF CAPE COD Xftlr hours of shelling Sinks four barges and damages two boats. THREE ON BOARD INJURED SUMMER CROWDS LOOK ON AT ONE SIDED BATTLE WHICH LASTED AN HOUR. Orleans. Mum.. Ju' A t:""- men suhmarine tl;i kfd the tuglerth Amhoy of the l-ehiph Valley railroad and her four harper, three miles oc thi town on thr southeastern elbow of Cape Cod at 1" o'colck Sunday. The oue-Mded buttle lasted one brur and a half. The tug wss burn ed to the waters edp by shell fire while th barges lansford and ..o. 768. No. 40:1 and' number 704 were sunk by gunfire. The harpes were iMiund from Glou cester for New York and only one waa loaded, brr cargo consisting o tne. Of the tl persons, including tnree won-en and flve children on board. three men. Cam Charles Ainsue oi the I.ansford and Jhn Bnlovick and John Vitt. Austrian members of the tug crew were wounded. Bolovich probably will lone an arm. Vita had one hand blown off. These two were sent -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. — 24 July 1918

DAILY KENTUCKIAN 5 . M.mUr of I ASSOCIATED PRESS a CHEATER HOPKINS, 5 VILLC WANTS YOU. EalablUhed 1879 Vol. XL-D.ily Vol. 1. No. 117 HOPKINSVILLE, KENTUCKY, WEDNESDAY. JULY 24, 1918. Price 3 Cents i THE WEATHER. Loral Showers Wednesdsy Thursday partly cloudy. and Sdiiorial Comment Call 44 If faU l Ik KaalxaUa proasplly. Aad if yea Save news Hess, ae It la ika Vtaw aeaikev. Congressman Kinrheloe arrived safely in Fran Several days ego. BiamarV N. P. la having popular clamof fof a rffhng in tha city's Mm. Fotti" Gen. FoTh let th Germane Jiav a quiet day yesterday to bury tha dead nd clean up tha ground h ex pacta to arfrrpy within day or two, Ed. P. Morrow haa let it be known that ha will ha randidata main for tha Republican nomination for Gov amor. . Honduraa, which broke diplomatic ralationa with Germany on May I. followad that action lt Friday by declaring war. Thia makaa 22 na tion against Germany. Twenly-threa persona wera made seriously ill by ptomaine poisoning from eating tain...

Publication Title: Daily Kentuckian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Kentuckian. — 24 July 1918

PACE TWO. July 24. Ii'l DAILY. KKNTUC11AN Daily Kantuckian e'Vblishvd Every Morning Eieept Monday by CHAS. M. MKACHAM Editor, Chaa. M. Meai-ham. tt. A. Robinson, Asa't Editor. Catered Qe u t the Hopkmeville rost Second Class Mail Matter. aatablislied aa Hopsinsvill Conser vative in lS. Succeeded by llop- mavill Democrat 18. d Published M t!in South Kcn'urkian 1H"9 to t89. From I88l to IK 1 7 aa tri weekly Krnturkian. BALDY OF NOME AND HIS SERVICE FLAG Nfty-eeaead Year ml r-Micaln. SUBSCRIPTION A.KSi On yr by -ail J0 Qm year hy carrier 00 assrtr brai at UM ritlioat rata. Adeertuira Rales Aolicatio 112 SOUTH MAIN STREET. WATCH THE DATK Aftar your laM, renew promptly, and not miae ft aomb-r. The I'oital regulations swqntr subscription to ba paid in .advance. ft nts paper nas eruisica frch the f ovemment in the tausc of Amcncu for the period of the war OUK SKKV1CE FLAG iMaaBBWBaBBaiiaBB MIM ;ttU"WlJUrWl .TV Mlsec ray and Henes) AJaw 6th tcre nf "Soot It" A Jinn. driver of 1h famous Part...

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