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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Kentuckian. — 24 July 1918

July 21. WIS DAILY ItrJItOC..'' FACE THREE- Subscribe for your War Saving Stamps NOW and save the committee coining for it. KOLB&HOWE Jewelers and Opticians No. 8 S. Main. I'hone 31 1. GEO. KULB WALTER HOWE : . . .7.T-. . . : KAMERAD GAME : .. " . . : nAkn-nf uniial I The following poem. "My Boy" mm nMrlt., Th. KttMti Forbes family, who Wf I Iff VMl lilSV ft written by Rev. H.J. Schick. St. Ill II LI I L R 1 1 have all ben sick with measles, are 9 , S ftopKinsvmo. vy. Pork! Pork! Pork! Do not neglect your hogs Feed a Balanced Ration and push them to maturity. In this way you help our gov ernment, our army, our navy, our allies and yourself most of all. The Acme Mills. Incorporated IJrioK All of V-JK. Greatest Care Lowest Prices We tahe exceptional pride tn our prescrip tion department.- ' ThStnirest drugs the greatest shill and care In compounding them tho honest adherence to every Instruction are all absolutely ncr sary to rve you txactly what the doctor ha directed. Your life ...

Publication Title: Daily Kentuckian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Kentuckian. — 24 July 1918

July S4, WIS PACK roUR -OAILX aWNTJCRIAN A mis FOOL MS FOR MIOICES conn UNDER FIRE A3 THEY DIVE INTO MARNE THEY CAMOUFLAGE HEADS WITH RIVER HOT- TOM CLAY. f. ' I If' (By Associated rr" The American Indiiin m France quickly adjusted thcmsclvc to the condition of the count r. They i. in.t runnini as in their native western haunt, is i!lutr.ilcd by an incident trouble, made a the L. J M Thin which occurred when the Ccrman iwere withdrawing acrnw the M..rne. In dian unit, with Anic iu anv were ent over the river t- ascertain the tier man movement ami other details. At one rrowine three Indian im provised a raft and h.i.ncd it to the north of the Marne. They hid the raft and then started -n n exploring expedition. The (.crman discovered the strance foot print on the river fc.nk and mine iip " the raft. They ...H il, lndum" return. But. after rrronnoitrrinc the Indiiin ep itrAiti'hMl their hiddm raft cautious- r- Iv. ami. scenting hasty retreat. The German rtalited th.it .,t nun were not ...

Publication Title: Daily Kentuckian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Kentuckian. — 25 July 1918

DAILY KENTUCKIAN MU of ASSOCIATED PRESS GREATER HOPKINS, J I VILLE WANTS YOU." J J' Eat.b'iahed 1879 Vol. XL-Daily Vol. 1. No. 118 HOPKINSVILLE, KENTUCKY, THURSDAY. JULY 25, 1918. Price 3 Cents THE WEATHER. ' ' Partly cloudy and rontinued warm Thursday. Friday showers and cool. f-: ,iq AGAIN NARROWED 1 Editorial Comment Call 44t if r fell t H the Keatttchtsa promptly. Aad if fmn ' a a new Itess, k.e it I Ike Five Bowling Omn hoys hav Keen killed In th aervic, ao far. Th wont famine In history ia rat ine in rria. Wise mm make proverb for fools la laugh at ano- It'a all ap with a drummer when ha loses hia trip. There ara now nOl.79' officers and man In th navy, all volunteers. Mica Myrtle Farrow, of Rnrkpnrt, Ind.. waa drowned in tha Ohio river. Thw turnip on tha 25th of July, wat or dry." ooo - Tha Crown Prinr ia na dnuht com manding hia pocketed troopa hy long distance telephone. u A Russian inventor rlaima to have Invented a motor that will run hy harnessed lightning, drawn from at...

Publication Title: Daily Kentuckian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Kentuckian. — 25 July 1918

PAILT KENTUCXIAN page ryo. July 25. 1418 B P hi K St a t An ' ide "c bra el. aft Al is ring Daily Kcntuckian ebliahod ' Every Morning Eept Monday by CUAS. M. MEAC1IAM Editor, Cha. M. Meacham, H- A. Rnbins'.n, A' Editor. Cntared nca at at th llopkinsvill rnt Boc ed CUm Mail Matter Catablished a Hnpklnsville Conser stive in la 'id. Succeeded by Hop kinavill. Democrat 176. Published M tha South Kentgckuin to 1889. From to 1917 a tri- wkly Kentuckian. rifty-eeeoad Year of '"b,ie,, SUBSCRIPTION RAUSi 9mm yt by mad ,1 00 Cm y.r br sorrier 00 hart' t.ia. l I'" ptopotltoMla rata. Adcti.ir o Application SIX SOUTH MAIN STREET. WATCH TnK D.TK -After yoor earn, renew rroTr"'y. and nnt m" 1 Bumb-r. The IVstal regulation vwrntr ubscription to b paid in jdvanc. 4 m Trm paper has enlistees inlhthc fovemment in the cause of America for the jeriod of the war OUR SERVICE FLAG Jl2-J .-a- - - --at a-1 t . a m H ' Member of the Aiiociatcd PrM The A"5'iate'l I'n . i.i exclusive 1. ..lilln.l 4. tli ti ftir...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Kentuckian. — 25 July 1918

IS Three Cows and a Lily Equal Five Cows and No Lily VE are offering you the Lily cream separator be- cause the Lily ia the machine we believe In. Ita v record and teats have convinced us that you can male more 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, sanitary deaign; tha worVlnjt of the few clotfly-grouped gears; tha splaah oiling eyetem that dnem't fail; the one-adjuatment feature which wa will explain later. v . . - - s Moot of aP we believe in the Lily howl, which gels all the rreara out o the milk, down to about one drop in each gallon. That's what count. Come in and see thie good cream separator. Planters Hardware Co. lecerperatL Hopkins ville, Ky. AD WELL TIN WORK OF Roofing, Guttering and Repairing. Plat Bed Steam Boxes. Country Work a Specialty. HOPKINSVILLE, KENTUCKY. Rear L O. O. F. Building. Among the many monuments to liencral Sherman, the one situa ted in Calvary Cemetery, St. Louis,...

Publication Title: Daily Kentuckian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Kentuckian. — 25 July 1918

.jr V DAILT, KFJOUCKIAre July 25, Idlft KACKEPUK 1 I? I: . t L1URDER OF ROMANOFF NO ,, SURPRISE LONDON EXPECTED VIOLF.NT ' 'END FOR FORMER RUSSIAN " CZAR-PITY EXPRESSED. London, July 21 -Recent report nt recognition Hint probably the fnrmer F.mneror would suffer vlo- pnt denth eliminated the clement of surprise in II"- kilme of Nicholas Romimnff which, nonetheless, excite sympsthetic re fennrs here and hss caused Mimr Mmnif denunciation of the perpetrators of thr crime. Nicholas never was a hrro in this country', for he hud always botn re garded n.i weak and a l'"r specimen of a sovirni-n. but il is admitted that he hml pood intentions which by the tragedy of Ins i.-ikne he was un-j ahlc to reulie. The news ' "is neatn, whirh in r lin.u y tinica would have fill-d the nr w p:!' r nn l railed for the higirc-t ir-. appear in most pn pern inrnnspiruou-dy and with one or two HM-plin without editoral not ice. "The nsfc-iwmatirn "f Nicholas," says the Daily Telegraph, "was n cowardly rriim...

Publication Title: Daily Kentuckian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Kentuckian. — 26 July 1918

Established 189 Vol. XL-D.i!y Vol. !. No. 119 HOPKINSVILLE, KENTUCKY, FhlDAY. JULY 26, 1918. Price 3 Cents thc Weather. Fair and warmer Friday and prob ably Saturday. ................ .J Editorial Comment Nearly all parte of (ha rounly (nt mm of th local showers Tuesday and WadaMKlay. Tha Smith family haa erored again. Tha New York rVmocrata hava nom inated Alfred Smith for Governor. D. M. Hutton , of Harrndshurg. srae iWW president, and B. F. For ger, of Ashland, eire-presldent of tha Kentucky Press Association. Director General Mr A don haa an aoaneed an Increaae in warn of rail road ahopmen to AH eenta an hour. Tm advance annlv t a about KOA.flOO tan. and apW flatly to all aorUnna i of tha country, tha addition to the , aggregata aa'naal payroll being esti- ; mated at nearly 1 100.000,000. How the Carman Kaiser visited Cbateaa Thierry on Juno S and 4 to watch hi troopa while they marrh od dowrf th Parie-Mrts road toward tha French capital, only to bo met and hurled hark by tha Am...

Publication Title: Daily Kentuckian
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Kentuckian. — 26 July 1918

Jiil2fl. liltS PAGE TWO. Daily Kontuckian ATTENTION, SOLDIERS! Uiahad Every Morning Except Monday by CUAS. M. M EACH AM i: Editor, Cha. M. Meat ham, II. A. Robinson, Aee't Editor. This Radio Light Watch is without an equal for the soldier, a reliable time piece and carries a guarantee, that should anything prove unsatisfactory it can be repaired free of charge in Switzerland. Come in and see this watch before you .i f .. Entered at th Hopkinsvill Tort c aa Second CUaa Mail Matter gatablished Hnpkinvill Conser vative in IStifl. Succeeded by Hop kinaville Democrat 1876. Published a th South KenHirkian 179 to 1889. From 1H89 to 1917 aa tri weekly Kentuckinn. rSfty-MCMd Year ol f akKalhw. n : buy. vr.riX D J0L UnilUl? JEWELERS 'AND OPTICIANS, U II U T. II U M V II a nri m n Ca tvi h . e. rti aa iiXbvUafaTav t w 7 i nc vi ne-rnce ijiore no. o main -rnone f DAILT, EENTUCKIAN " V afTWs. ?Mal I v-. -, i i'i SUBSCRIPTION RATES 'hm year by .ail M-0 Dm year by carrier 8 00 tkartav tees at proo...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Kentuckian. — 26 July 1918

July rn. win DAttr Kcrrruccui I Subscribe for your War Saving Stamps NOW and save the committee coming for it. KOLB&HOWE Jevelers and Opticians . No. 8 S. Main. rhone 311. GEO.KOLB WALTER HOWE ' ALLIED RELIEF WORK. Pork! Pork! Pork! Do not neglect your hogs Feed a Balanced Ration and push them to maturity. In this way you help our gov ernment, our army, our navy, our allies and yourself most of all. The Acme Mills. Incorporated Many splendid rail to "Carry On!" arc being msde to th Am.rlran people todsy, bat surely non of thes la mora appealing than tha relief work for tha wtmrn and children of devastated Fran and Belgium. Such touching appeals torn In to tho head quarters of tha relief work clothe and mm clothes arc called for every hoar of tha day. "Wi want all we can art" tha officer writ to the worker over here. "When you hear' write on of them "that refugee, .babies ar often brought in to relief stations wrapped In newspapers, you jrali what godsend any kind of 'clothing la...

Publication Title: Daily Kentuckian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Kentuckian. — 26 July 1918

OAILT, KCNTVCIUAN July 2A. IdIR JTAIL REPORT STAMP DRIVE (Continued from First rage.). DWUioa Ne. 2. c Bchool Quoin Am R'il farker... $4,700 $7.Mn tkinson .l.4no 3..in:, range Grove 3.0O aid Knob 3.500 70 o. 6 2.700 l.anr. cKlnney X.MO l.or. teasant Valley . . . 5.000 aeedonia 2.700 , rasant Grove. . . 2.000 l..-.n .rt 2.300 rait Hill 4.M0 I.Mi plr Grove f.40 8H0 id Chopped Hickory. at Rock S.ooo ?0 Id 1.400 75 J.'l.flK5 Raised 2.R70 Divisioa Na. 3. School Quota At im Grove l-'.wo tiff Spring. .'" irl 2..'.o gwood 15.700 w Zion (rol.) . . ivan.in.-h l.!"" on Hill 5.40" neord !." itston. 3.000 mey Grove 2.m'0 irry fi.ion lirview (rol.).. . itonsville 4.700 anant Grove . . . Idea S.:'"0 lloh 3.0HO Biker's -.:' iddox 3.000 nnon .7"o L Diiio No. 4 f -W Quota f If', lii.MIO &' l.oo tnt -'." owlry VMMI itrhll 2.000 ia 2.70U hnson 3.oo sgah -'.'' tick Church I.koo S Kidtr 1'0 or fi.'-oo ck Jack 4.:oO easant Green .. . 3.100 Diviaioa No. 5. " School . Quota ! rwsiVad IMillO Igewood 4,20...

Publication Title: Daily Kentuckian
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Kentuckian. — 27 July 1918

Established 1879 Vol. XL-Daily Vol. 1. No. 120 IIOPKINSVILLE, KENTUCKY, SATURDAY. JULY 27, 1918. Price 3 Cents f THE WEATHER. Loral thunder showers Saturday Sunday partly rloudy. Sdiiorial Comment CaH 449 if yen fall to get Ik Keatswhkaa neetaptly. Aad if yea thae a a... It... ,.. It u the RATS IN THE TRAP. Ob Thursday the Britiah and Franrh troopa on the eastern aid of tho salient advanced two mi In more toward FUme. Thii greatly nar row the neck of the bottla Foeh ia attempting tn make. Th mouth of tha pocket ia now only tl mi Ira wide and tha whole dis trict bet wmh tha two aidra la under th rang of entente allied gun. Th Franrh ar continuing thair attack between th River Ourcq and th River Maine. They advanced Thursday bight for a diatanc of a mil, rapturing tha aouthera part of For forest and they now occupy a farm on th main road from Fera-n-Tardenoi to Jaulgonn. The town of Fere-en-Terdenoi ia now within s.,000 yards of the French line. Th French alao puahed well for ward alo...

Publication Title: Daily Kentuckian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Kentuckian. — 27 July 1918

aily Kentuckian .'Itahad Every Morntn Except Monday by CHAS. M. in EACH AM tditor, Chu. M. Meacham, II. A. Robinson. AVt Editor. (ntfnd at th llnpkinsvill Post ". aa 8econd CUm Mail Mtter. setabli.hed a Ilopkinsvtlle Coner tiv in 1 HOB. Succeeded by Hop kinavill Democrat 176. Published M th South Ken'uckian to U89. From !Ss to l!M7 as tri weekly kentuckian. wm mm mi rirr-Ma f mMw' subscription ratesi year T Dm year by terrier Shelter lersss at MM rosorlioeaie rates. Adr.rti.irf Rsles Ae-s-listio Sia SOUTH MAIN STREET. WATCH THE PATK- After your Mm, renew promptly, nl no mi, oumb-r. The Ptl regulation eequlr subscription to be paid In Mlvanca. VTLT This paper has enlisted i tHr oovrmmcnt in the cause of America for the period ol the war OUR SERVICE FLAG fes -v a- L Member of the Auociat.d Pre. The Associated Press in exrluive 1 entitled to the use fr republica tion of all news dispatches credited to it or not otherwise credited in this paper and also the local news pub lished herein....

Publication Title: Daily Kentuckian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Kentuckian. — 27 July 1918

July 27. IM DAILY rtKTUCCAU It."- PACE THREt v. r m I sfY "V V M i 1 -V Z3L IE ed Nervous Mothers Should Profit by the Experience of These Two Women V. "I am tho mother of four children, and for n-.- vraifl I snfCrrrd frnin a female trouble with paint Uu unl side, ami a general weaknews, 1 had pro i.il nltnUm moat of that IUtm hut did not seem to wi ll. An a la-st resort I ilnridcd to try Lydia & . klnm YcgetahlA Compmind which ' I had aeen vriM d in thn nwwapaiwnLand in two weeks nntkd marked improvement. I continued It tine and am now frco from pnln and abli to do all my bona. rk." Mm. 11. U. ZiauRSKa, 903 Weiss Street, ;mraio, n. y. Portland, Ind. "I had dUplarme4itnrtacnVir4 , no laiy (mm it at times I could not no on my left . i mi. was an run uown ami an weak I rouid not jo my housework, waa nervous and onukl not lie down at night took treatment Irom a phyaiciau - nicy um ihh, neip m. aiy Aunt reonmmerxlerl ; l.vtlia rl link ham's Vm.i.u ri.M,.i i il and now J am strong an...

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 July 1918

J a U. c a; ol In at pe tti tk th to l' do of Koiai OF POSTOfflCE RECEIVE AN INCREASE IN SAL ARIES FOR ONE YEAR POSTMASTER EXCEPTED. Under new and recent federal 1 law the wage of postom.e employee all over the country. large number ' neoDie in Christian county will be benefitted financially. All city clerks city rsrrier and assistants pnstmast r are to receive nn increase in sal 0 ary of $-00 per year, Iiirl carriers will receive an imri-e of 20 per cent of the amounts now being re. reived. This law in fr one year only and the increases take effe. t from July 1, " 191 H. Wh-ther the law will be re passed to continue the increase after that time is problematical. Employee of the llopkinsville posUR.ro hj w.i: be benefit ly -i the increase are as follow: ' Ed Pyle. asst. postmaster. Clerks. " Miaa Eva Royalty. Elbert Turner. John C. Lawson. O. l. Humihrey. Floyd P. l-acy. f Garnctt Armstrong. , . If. W. Ijicy. Jr. City Letter Carrier. L. W. Guthrie. , C. W. Johnson. W. II. Baker, cl....

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 July 1918

frltblUhed 1879 Vol XL-Daily Vol. 1. No. 121 HOPKlNtVILLE, KENTUCKY, SUNDAY. JULY 28, 1918. Price 3 Cent THE WEATHER. M Fair and continued warm Sunday if and probahiy Monda? . Sditohal Comment ' American soldiers ara now on tha (tetania; linetn Italy. "Three hundred thousand American troopa hare crowd eve this month. The best rain of tha season, fell Friday and It wa (antral over a wide . . .ttoo-1 ' Tha Bumper of prisoners raptured by the allies In tha counter offensive fta reached SO. 00. . Geo. Stephana, af California, haa given Thoa. J. Mooney reprieve an til December 13. . n. OIHa jiMM waa much better . laat week; and wrote a friend in this .tf4 llml.. Ifc.t k. .Ill V.. 'able 1a leave tha hospital In BaKi- mare. ' 1 JL-JL Fork k modern Fabiua, playing a wmng cama nnm enougn mvrnct bU Amcrttmna ara on tha job to give i tha .proper finishing touches. He will ba satisfied with winning the battkv iW Paris now and leave the hatrfe of Berlin to coma in dua tirpt. i onn Jaa. L. Slayde...

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 July 1918

DAILY, EI.NTOCI.1AN PACK TWO. Jul 28. "V 'X. ft i V ii 4 9 bei' I ml Be ti. im. 1th lint I'1 i ,0 Kentuckian Pabltshed Every Morning Except Monday by CIIAS. M. MEACHAat Editor, Cl. M. Meaeham, B. A. Robinson Ass't Editor. fntered at the Hnpkinsville Toat esnce aa Second CUaa Mail Matter s"etaMihvd as Ilopkiniville Conser alive in IHiiii. ;.uccrrdrd hv Hop- insville IVmorrnl MVrt 1'iil.lislied a t'ie South Kmuckian llV!l ta In From xx! " I'"? ,ri ekly kentuckinn ttflyeexead Year PaMicatw. SUBSCRIPTION KATES. . h. ..il $3 00 .... l. S 00 IktUf lirai at same proportionate rata. ,rertiaira Kales on AapliaatUa 2IS SOUTH MAIN STREET. WATCH HIK HATK After your nana, renew promptly, and not mm numh-r The IVilal regulations toquire auLscriplona to ba paid in wtvanre. This p:pcr ha enlisted fcrcth the government in the cause of America for the period of the war 'our service flag rvrv .? " '.T. J't".'' t"V3 k ;k t Marnbar of the Associated Prau The Aociutcd Press is exclusive ly entitled to th...

Publication Title: Daily Kentuckian
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Kentuckian. — 28 July 1918

AMERICAN RED CROSS BUILDING IN WASHINGTON taBtiWIlhlafcSfckft?; u m Subscribe for your War Saving Stamps : NOW, and save the commiltcccomiug for it. K LB & HOWIE Jewelers and Opticians No. US. Main. Phone 311. GEO. KOLB WALTER HOWE m Jfan: of fQopkinsrtlta Capital - - . $ioo,ooo;owr: The Service We Afford I paBB"BBB1BB:- sammmmmmmmmmmsssss h m I tlJL V Pork! Pork! Pork! Do not neglect your hogs Feed a Balanced Ration and push them to maturity. In this way you help our gov ernment, our army, our navy, our allies and yourself most of all The Acme Mills. Incorporated X aii fr ?S i i f the Best ' Proprietary WFN 1 Remedies KVd) C I i At Prices That Are Right W carry a full Una of tha standard remt CUesw. And our trade is brisK enough to Insure fresh stocK at all times. If you see tt advertised In a reputable paper. you will find us al ways able to supply you. ji Wo aim to Keep tn atocK all tha latest dis covered remedies and ingredients prescribed by our local doctors. So. no matter...

Publication Title: Daily Kentuckian
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Kentuckian. — 28 July 1918

July 2. WIS rAct room DAILT. KENTUCKfAN 'f . , t' : k' KM-IHE COLORED ran SELECTED YESTERDAY FROM CLASS ONE TO LEAVE FOR CAMP TOMORROW. The local Exemption Board yea-1 tcrday afternoon selected twenty three colored mrn from class one. All but 3 of thee will leave ncre at M' tomorrow morning for Camp Taylor. Three will entrain from oth er point. All lut two of I be 21 men volun teered when lh.-ir names were called The two who ha. I to lie drafted are Said Kndford and ico. Robinson, their hcinr Hie first names in or diT of their number. Tho-c -l"tH yeittepday are: Koy ;i!..n. W'.ilkiT Avery, Nel son CuMirnlwrrv. Gllihle, Will Mo, r iiink I ai y. Dudley Flower, tieo. W. Mnorr. Sam Hunter, Na poleon Mi fill' hi on, Koht. Sunday, Warrrn ". Williiim. Joe A. IjP rade, C!a .!. Allensworth, Will Massif. Grint Tool. captain; minon G-ey. l.lfiit.; Ira wcn. Paid Rad ford. Ceo. Robinson, Allen Crutch field, I'.iulirn Kcniiriek, William Lowe. The hatter three will entrain from pent- out of fie : ...

Publication Title: Daily Kentuckian
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Kentuckian. — 30 July 1918

Established 1879 Vol. Xk-Di!y Vol. 1. No. 122 HOPKINSVILLE, KENTUCKY, TUESDAY. JULY 30, 1918. Price 3 CenU . THE WEATHER. . Fair Tuesday, preceded hy thow. V"- Wednesday fair and warmer. Sdiiorial Comment m m Th Crown Prince's army It Kill on tArun and la abandoning the ter rllorFfn th Marna salient The A. lies ara pressing closely In puniuit. Wher th atand will be mada next ha not become apparent, n aoe Th military critic of the Voaaia- cba Zeitunit of Berlin admiu that "an American danger la faring" the German. Ha derlarea that the Or mana cannot allow the war to drag n into tha yeari 1919-1920 because of tha American .millions. .Ha ex- reaaia the view that the preaent hat tie mot end in a preliminary derie ion. ' Thte decision appear already to hae been reached hy the flight of the Hunt from the battlefield. FOLLOWING THE FLAG . 8rgt Roaro C. Anderson haa ar rived oversea. Rodman Hurt, who wa at Akron. Ohio, haa entered the Army and it at Camp Sherman. i ' Gunthef H. Petree, ton ...

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 July 1918

V.v. CAXLTj K WTUCXIAf . FACE TWa Jul 30. (dig t -4 i it 4 1 if a h 1 aZy Jtentuckian Fsibltahed Try Moreta Escept II on day by CHAS. M. MEACHAM Editor, Chaa. M. Meacham, B. A. Kobinon, An't Editor. Catered el the Hopkinsvttle rosl eflee m Second CUss Mail Matter. tTetnhliahcd as llopkinsville Conser vative in I MiU. huc.ee.liil I'Y ""P fcineville licniocrat l7rt. 1'ul.ln.hed a iSe Siulh Kentuckisn lV"J to !. rr..m 1h to 1917 aa tn klv hrnlurkinn. T l-'ifly-aeed Tr Pblat. 'T-- SUUSCRIPTION RATES. V r t br . . ? Dm roar br carrier S.00 tkssrter Ureas at sssse eropoetloeate rstes. Uttriliiri Rates Ah.IiI 112 SOUTH MAIN STREET. watoi Tin: it.vik. After jour ' 4Bm. renew promptly, and not mlae " a nomk-r. The 1'irtUl regulations vaqiiire subscriptions to be paid In J teree. ". ' Thi paper has enlisted with the government in the ' cause of America for the pfnod of the war OUR SERVICE FLAG H A- fci M.ts'jer of t'ae Associated Pim The Associated frcM is cxrluslve- ly entitled to tlic U"t f...

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