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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Kentuckian. — 26 March 1918

WEATHER. Tuesday, fair anil wrm- r. -;e:e:e:4,:a::aa:. 5 "GREATER HOPKINS- J VILLE WAN1S you.- J DAILY- KENTUCKIAN Established 1879 Vol XU-D .i y Vol. 1. No. 14 H0PK1NSVILI E, KENTUCKY, TUESDAY, MARCH 26, 1918. i iic o vents. ! DITOM COi'u'ENf j Cad 449 if 'r.m fall I g.t Ik. Keataekiaa promptly. And if yoa ba a saw llaaa, ekeae it to Ika mm aaaibr. . SAVING DAYLIGHT. The dayliirht saving bill, that goes Into effect next Sunday ia not ex- par tad to cam any disorganisation, but may causa confuaion if only a part of tha pcnpla obacrva It. Here ia tha plan outlined: y Before retiring on next Saturday me American nousenonier win act nia clock an hour ahead and then may go to Bleep and forget entirely about daylight savjng until laat Saturday of October. On that date ha will reverse, the proceaa, turning back the hands of the clock an hour and the next day tha nation again will run on Maun" time. In tha lummer tha American man actually will riae, t ran tact hia daily business and retira...

Publication Title: Daily Kentuckian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Kentuckian. — 26 March 1918

Mrvh SO, PACE TWO DAILY KF.NTUCKIAN Daily Kcntuckian Published Every Marninf Except Monday by CHAS. M. MKACHAM Entered at the Il.iikinvills Pcart oRr as ticrontl I l.s iluiL Matter. r.sUhlih as H.ipkinnvillo Cons-r-ative in 1808. hmcnvled by llop kinsviUa Democrat H7rt. Punished as the South K.ntuikinn 1879 to 1R. Krum to 1I7 as tri weekly Kcntuckian. Fifty- J Year of Publication. SUBSCRIPTION RATESi Oat roar by s.sil 3 00 On year by csrrisr 5.00 Shatter term at m" proswtionato rates. Advsrtuisf Application Ill SOUTH MAIN STREET. WATCH THE DATK Afu-r your n. nromnt v. aiifl not miss a numlx-r. The I'onUil regulation require sulwcni'tions to be paid in advance. This paper ha enlisted with the government in the cause of America for the period of the war MIR SKUVICK FLAG' i ". Kr.Mtr.xr f. T.'H .logan. There i;. li t n H-i U ,. v l'... nl .bt'iiic ia stvnh line of lrwk t!i K-fWinir delnnni A' iil V.'.'iifon t f r ncn, the t"l; t r i t i.: V. :iv ; i . ; it ir. , t ) b i In i.ir" re a r...

Publication Title: Daily Kentuckian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Kentuckian. — 26 March 1918

FACE THREE V. March 2. ISIS. DAILY KENTUCKIAN SIXTEEN BILLS ' ARE SIGNED ONE IIUNDRF.D AND SIXTY ! OUR STILL AWAITING ACTION OF GOVF.RNOR. Frankfort ,Ky., Marrh 23. Six teen bill passed by the li?iHlatur? have been signerl by Go. Stanh-y and 104 placed In the hamfa on tli closing nljrht of the ussion. Thoae lipietl are: ' H. R. 1 Representative A. J. Oli verTo appropriate 150,000 annuul Ijr to the State Tax CommiMion. H. B. Representative Mcpon ogh To fli aalariei of court retmrt ers In Jefferson county at $1,800 an nually. 8. B. 84 Senator Glenn To re apportion the senatorial district. H. B. 35 -Representative Spurrier To provide for one tax suerviaor for each magisterial District. I!. B. I6H Representative A. I Hamilton To levy tax of 40 cents for general expenditure fund, 18 rents for schools, t cent for sinking fund. 1 cents for the University of Kentucky and S cent each for the Eastern and WmU.h Normal Schools, and I cents for the State road fund. S. B. 81 Senator Taylor To pro...

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 March 1918

Jbr pattens HOME j f Pat t i rsi i . i if . M lilt XADIES1I0ME JOURNAL fjl tM a) m I ' tH.lirfTilTTlMr. 1 V 15V A ft. ' WW Jkw aaaaMaa-a'r - - TT I r S"1 Life tAr IO l5 Horn Patter HT-t1l' Bloes with sew vest effect Eiceptlonally anart and becomiaf. Price, IS cent. SoM br FRANKELS BUSY STORE Incorporated. Purely personal, Mrs. Ed. I- Weather returned yesterday from a visit to Lafnyette. John T. Thomas U out on a travel- Reflections Frooi Fashion Mirror In trip. I'rivate Harold It. Teat will be en tertained while in the cHy by Mr. and Mr. Harry I. Minty. Mr. Minty ia a native of Canada. Mr. lluk'h Sal-Kent ia quite sick with biliuus fever at hi home near UcviTly. J. K. Twyman has returned from Hot Sprnik'". Ark., where he spent three weeks. II if health ia much improved. F. C. Warden, a prominent younf farmer of near Russellvillc, wu here I yesterday on business. J. W. Arrinirton. of Trenton, spent c..H.i..u MitK hia tlnuLrhtir. Mrs. W. E. Reeves. Mis Grace Henderson, of Cadiz, is a ...

Publication Title: Daily Kentuckian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Kentuckian. — 27 March 1918

Established 1879 Vol XL-Daily Vol. 1. No 15 HOPKINSVItXE, KENTUCKY, WEDNESDAY, MARCH 27, 1918. Trice 3 Cents. i . 4t)4)444 Call 44 1 if yon fall to get the Knlnklta nrvaaptly. And if yon ka a news itesa, ilmi 11 la the Deaperats fighting has continued for another day on the Cambria front and though yielding In lh fen ter tha British have kept their lines i-fUrt It la bellied that Frits it sjrZwiy poking Si hand li to a vice thet will at tha proper moment clt down upon him. Hi niy escaped thia sort of trap In 191 1 by pre e.nltat flight to thj -mr. Once the H'ina turn their fao-je toward IW li.i there will be rapid aeveloumenU Ititish official statement show that tn Hans hare sustained enormous losses and are pourng division aft er division of reserves into tha jaws pouring shells Into tha flanks of tha advancing enemy and the British air man are dropping tons of bombs and peppering tha Germans with thous ands of rounds of irunflra as they are exposed in tha open fields. Their losses...

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 March 1918

'.E TWO DAILY KFNTUCKIAN Msrh 27, tfflU 2ci!i Kcntuckian fwhliahed Every Mominit Exrtpt Monday by CllAS. M. MF.ACIIAM Entered at tin Hopkinnville Poat offlci aa rV-ond Class Mail MmUr Established oa Jlnpkinsville Conser Uy. is 18(58. Currredrd by H"P kinavill. Democrat 17. Published a th. South Krnluciian lTJ to 1HR9. Krom 1HHD to K17 aa tri weekly Kcntuckian. Fifty ,d Year of Fablicatia. SUBSCRIPTION RATESi Oa yaar by auil 13.00 Oa. year by arri.r B OO Shorter t.rmi at mm aroportioBate rates. Asleertisiag Rata ApoKcatioa 213 SOUTH MAIN STREET. WATCH THE DATE After your nam, renew promptly, and not mise number. The Postal regulations require aubarriptiona to be paid in advance. Triit rnnrr hnc. r1iTfl a a a r . . vmn tnc government in xne cause of America for the period of the war OUR SERVICE FLAG l;1 t-V;i WEATHER FOR WEEK. No ileridud weuther chanirrs indicated during the week. rammtal rains probably in North PailUc State, but none of cun 'aequeni'e elsewhere. Tempera- turea will ...

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 March 1918

March ZT, 19l DAILY KENTUCKIAN PACE THRtE PERSUINGS BIG DRIVE W ILL MAKE Y6U DO A LOT V KXTIU RtiADING DU'MNfi THIU'OtiJNU MONTI'S at BE PREPARED Have your eyes examined by our Specialist, who grinds the lenses right here in our own shops. HARDWICK S HOPKINSVILLE THE CALORIC Pipcless Furnace Makes the Perfect Heat Can be installed in old as well as new house. Summer heat guaranteed in zero .p-r weater. Five years guarantee on furnace. Now is the time to THOMPSON Phone 614-2 I Percy Smithson I tan ard tart MIr llopkinsville, Ky. ft u V EVERYTHING UP-TO-DATE 3 Phone 32. Virginia Street, Be tween 7th and 8th Jfl) &7.0 LOUISVILLE Courier-Journal Daily By Mail ' (Not Sundal) ANP Daily Keiituckian (Every Moriyftig Except Monday) ' Your Home Taper and the Best Known Daily Newspaper of This Section. An Excellent Bubribe Nov OWENSBORO begin considering your furnace for another wint r. For catalog and detail ( information see & ROBINSON Hopper BIdg. a aw I , m-r - van - a. l rs i V7 S...

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 March 1918

iOU ( DAILY KENTUCKIAN V.,rU Zl, IJtJ A . r on All AGES ,,10, Rex Today AND HIS RECRUITING OFFICE ENLISTS THE GENTLER SEX ALSO. That little irod of love has !one two good days work in oi l Christian recently. Sunday .Vr. J J. Litch field. aed t',9, ami Mrs. Nclm Mahry, aired 60, were n.arnc.l near Mose' School House in tho N.rthwest por tion of tho county. B'th had "" married before. Lata yr.lerday afternoon Mr Stephen T. Kinif. ope 57, ana Mrs. Jennie B. rt njr.'d 41, procured a marrimre license ami went imme diately to the study of Rev. Everett 8. Smith ami were married. Both, parties hnd been marrieJ before and . both Ine in the loirwoo vic.nity. MARRIED HERE. Mrs. Martrie Scirs. it asking a di vorce from Henry o-sr. The rouplr married in Hoi k.nville, Ky., July 1 1, 191. T hoy separated Feb. 2, 1916. She rharce.1 h'm with desertion and ncn-Mipport. Evutiaville. Ccurirr. Princess Today MME PETROVA Peerless emotional actress, famous In "The Eternal Qtioalion," ravmnnce." "What Wil...

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 March 1918

. : WEATHER, t J Tharsday fair and warm ;.r. ?,. DAILY KEN.TUGRI AN "GREATER HOPKINS. J VILLE WANTS YOU." t Established 1879 Vol. XU-Dai y Vol. 1. No 16 H0PK1NSVIL! E, KFJITUCkK THURSDAY, MARCH 28, 1918. Price 3 Centi. i i n i 1 r. i EDiioit mm Call 449 If yen fall la f.l Ik. Keatnckian promptly. And if you Hens, phone it la tKa Mara neater. The scarcity of local news to-day ia da to "dead motor" on the lynotvpe that mada it Impossible to , iet ijfa for many hours, Wi hop tomorrow to b in food running or der. Roy Kenner say the Kaiser elnlmi that God ia with him, and according to the latest reports 400,000 Hunt who started to Paris with the Kaiser are now with God to get .their Just deserts. Berlin ia already celebrating Ger man victory although the British have just begun to light and the Americans haven't stsrtfcd. . ooo Capt W. J. Stone has been re appointed Confederate Pension Com missioner for another term of four years. The Massachusetts House has rat ified the prohibition ame...

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 March 1918

I AO DAILY KFNTUtMAN .J J'u iff Kcniuckian Except t I.'vrry Murning Mondnv by HAS. M. .MKACIUM "! the :s-con.l 1 1 i V tnr-viMc 1'oaU Mail Mutter. '. t.'-'nf.,! na Iliipkinnvilhj Consrr ".' w- in IKiifl. riurcwiiled by Hup .'. Iitniorrnt i7(l. Iulliihed n South K.'ntuckian 1H7W t4) 1 ' '' From 1H'J to 1917 M trt .'', ty Kcritucaimi. tiltytacoad Year f Publication. yr SCRIPTiON RATESi bv nail 13 00 On One rear hv carrier 8.00 Sl.ort.r Itrmi at um prooorlioost ratf. Advert!. ins Rain on Application 212 SOUTH WAIN STREET. WATCH THE PATE After yur n.nnp. r- fi'-w pi'r;!t!y, and not miss I'U rein ' The .-i-ript I'tlltnl to regulations be paid In CONSTfPATiON AaJ Soar Siomacn Ciaied Tkii Lady Modi Suffering. Clack Draught Relieved". Maadorsvllla, Ky. Mm. paarl Pit tick, of this plara, writs: "1 wtn very eonatlpatad. I had atrar atmnarh and waa as nncomfnrtabla. I vnt to th dortnr. II gav m aome pill a They wrakened ma and aeemed to tear ap my dlgsatton. They would (rip ma and afterward It...

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

r pace TiiRr.e "r DAILY KENTUCs. 'V mi gi- mm OF THE WILLIAMS COLOR CD singfrs for colored 4 high school benefit. Williams' Colored Singers will rive another concert hcra April 8 for the twnedt of tha Attucka High School. Thry mads a rraat hit brr last jrsar. A exchange truthfully says of the company. "A highly pleased audlcnra as sembled In tha Elka' Temple audi. torlum Uat evening to listen to tha tyijiama Colorad Sinrara, and tha en tartalnment proTad to bo ono far bet ter than anything of tha kind that haa aver before been given In Do wagiae. Every ona of tha number presented in the long and varied pro gram area roundly applauded, and the alngera graciously responded to the encores. The company la not to be compared with tha ao-called "Jubi lee" lingers that occaaionally tour tha country, aa they are educated muaieiana whoaa aervicea are largaly Bought to fill long Chautauqua and concert engagement " GHOST FARM SOLD. (By lo.teratioaal Neva Service.) Litchfield. III. March 28. Wh...

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

DAILY KFNTUCKIAN Princess Today and Tomorrow Princess Saturday "The Auction Block" Rex Beach's Greatest Story - Rex Today VVilliam Desmond Jr pttitm Douglas Fairbanl. ICS Marvelous athletic champion snd ccnial dia)oniu:r ofchrer. In h Lite snd greatest thrilling romance of Hie screen. "Headin South" In "Flying Colors" Thotiainds of .rxMijilfl have road and enjoyed this won lorfid imvrd. PrcBs and Public Pnarltim it In be a 'eritablo masterpiece and a photodrann supremo. One of the moat noted dramatic successes of tho screen. A thrilling and romantic story of an Attihtr, aDtrlivi alhicf and a Woman's Honor. Aboumlii.g with situation i f Intense and abiorbinu Interest. A photmlrama of rapid (ire acln n. An All Star Cast In "Ilia Unctimcloua Conscience." A comedy of riotous fun. THE LADIES' HOME JOURNAL An amazing spectacular cinema exploration of daring dcriln and font of Intense sensationalism. jf Adults 13c War Tax 2c Children 9c War Tax lc 11 arm ph , IA3Y TO USE V NO X HOME V D iT...

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

.DAILY KENTUGKIAN ; !M t "GREATER HOPKINS. VILL WANTS YOU." EstttMed 1579 VoL XL-Doily Vo. 1. No. 17 HOPKINSVILLE, KENTUCKY, FRIDAY, MARCH 29, 1918. Price 3 Cents. f0 ! Kiio tc:Bn; ?'- Call 44 1 (f f.n Uit U e.t K. keaiackMa arwnplly. A ad II ym kavo Bwa ll.m. .fcea it to the 444 . WEATHER. J Friday fair, little change In temperature. N A 5 v I A DAILY AND WEEKLY Th "referendum" submitted to tho Kentuckian 's subscribers to dis- -. ylng tha fact that about 96 per tt,,n' 'Tor Daily over " ' tho Weekly. At many noetofflce '7 ubaeribar, whlU and colored. . i t lu elected to take tho dally. Thara ".,. 'oro so faw weekly readers among .'-J. tho Kentuckian't conatitoaney that wears seriously baalutinf about put ting on. a waakly edition. Tha Cour- ' iar-Jjffurnal baa long aineo dlscontino- ad ita weekly paper and except aa a purely local paper tha weekly no longer meets the requirement of the ' fanner who ride In an automobile and has a daily mail delivered at bia door. Wa may concluda to...

Publication Title: Daily Kentuckian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Kentuckian. — 29 March 1918

March 211. 101 H . J.".'j JZcntuckian I -Idnhed Rvery Morning Except Monday by CHAS. M. MEAC1IAM Entered at the Hopkinsvill I'onV offlce m Second CUs Mail Matter. K.stabtished ai Hopkinsvill Conser vative in 1800. Succeeded by llup kmsville Democrat 170. I'ublislied a the Booth Kentuckian I87 to 1KH9. rrom 1HH9 to 1!M7,m tri weekly Kanturkian. Fifty s A Yaar of Pahlieatinau SUBSCRIPTION RATESi Ok. tm. k nail One yaar ky isrrier 500 Shorter tarmi at him srBortioaU rat- AdvartUiag " Aoedicatioa "Over the Top" By Aa Anericu Soldier W.a Weit AtTBUl GUT EHPET Afar' Case' Sorting t Fnmtt SI I SOUTH MAIN STREET. WATCH THE PATE After your mim, renew promptly, and not mis number. The I'oslal regulations require subs? ripti'-na to be paid in advance. This paper ha enlisted viih the government in the cause of America for the period of the war OUR SERVICE FLAG K'k v" i i.-.'.O.rrJ. L" jj r I ' " ' '1? With April 1 only three day off, Hindcnliiinf fin. I i liim.-Hf sixty in l Us fr ni Paris, wi'...

Publication Title: Daily Kentuckian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Kentuckian. — 29 March 1918

Micli 20, DAILY KENTUCKIAN fAGE THREE m i m w w w w w """" . ' PERSHING'S BIG DRIVE WILL MAKE YOU DO A LOT OF EXTRA READING DURING THE COMING MONTHS. BE PREPARED Have your eyes examined by our Specialist, who grinds the lenses ri;ht here in our own tihop. "V i.u .f HARDWICK HOPKINSVILLE OWENSBORO ml I Proprietary WMX Remedies lYXrv r At Prices That Are Right We carry a full lino of the standard reme dies. And our trade Is brisK enough to Insure a fresh stoch. at all times. ' If you see It advertised tn a reputable paper, you will find us always able to supply you. We atm to Keep In stocK all the latest dis covered remedies and ingredients prescribed by our local doctors. So, no matter what the prescription is. brinsf it to us. Our prices are most reasonable because we Know how to buy J. . COOK f DRUGGIST I J Tula new niank u now used by Bel flan soldiers. It protects the face of the fighter. Tlie eye protector run be drawn back when not la use. Bom ort of screen wire la arranged ao ...

Publication Title: Daily Kentuckian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Kentuckian. — 29 March 1918

Mrch 23, 1!M8 . -,..LY rtRSONAL. Manchie Win free and Ien ' IWkrturc will go to Clarke- to,lay where they wilt be the euesta of MiM Julia Wiley for ten daya. Mr. and Mrs. T. C. I'micrwood 'll spend Sunday In Louisville with Uieir son, Thomas R. I'ndrrwood, of the Lexing-ton (HcraM. Hon. J. II. McConnelt, of Prince ton, spent last niRht la the rity, with hia son's family. Mr. and Mra. J. W. Yancey, are vie- Hing their daughter. Mr. J. C. Ut- terback, of Tadurah. Macon Abbitt i home from the University of Illinois for a brief visit to hia parents. Rev. and Mra. ('.. C. Abbitt. Mra. Annie S. Wilson haa Rone to Camp Taylor to viait her ton Harry L. Wilson. Mas Susan Wallace, of Nashville, ia apending the week-end with Miaa Alice. Wall. Rev. Tana. Chapman left but night for Aniericus, (ia., to be absent for week. He formerly had (hurra of a church at thnt place. Mra. Fannie May Owsley, of Mt. Vernon, III., is visiting Mrs. Au.it, n Bell. Mrs. R. M. Rosa with her daughter. Mrs. Tom Kune, ...

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

WEATHER. - Esturday fair. . M Z iee r.nrATt hopkins. J VILLE WANTS YOU." i V Established 1879 VoL XLe-Dai!y Vol. 1. No 18 HOPKJNSVILLE, KENTUCKY, SATURDAY, MARCH 30, 1918. Price 3 Cents. DAILY KENTOCKIAN ft i era CaK 449 II ye- fait te f Ike sTs-tec-laa wreaptly. Aed if yo nave, news Ham, pboae 1( l Ibe easse awaiber. Secretary Baker, who left Franca Joat before tha big battle, has re tnmcd lb Paris and U preparing to visit tha Italian front before ha re tuma home. r Premier Lloyd -George haa failed poit tha United State to tend all available troopa and that without de- OOP The County Judge of Bourbon county haa adopted the policy of aendinf confiscated liquor to the Paris hospital. Instead of having it poured out Judge Batteraon aaya that a tha hospital to purchase whisky for the use of patients, there was no reason why be should not send theJ whisky to the hospital, there being no law prohibiting such disposition of the liquor. -ooo Out of the confusion of the bat , tie and the co...

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 March 1918

- ' JCcatuckian .'J Every Morning Ecpi Monday bjr CIIAS. M. MEAC1IAM f nt-rd at the llopkinavilla I'onU c m Second CIm Mail Matter. Fatabliahad as Iliipkinavill ConssT vatiris ta 1864. Surcpiled by Mop Vi.isviile Democrat I87H. I'ulilishad a the BotJth Kvnlurkian IH7l te IffRB. From 189 to 1917 aa tri weekly Kentuckian. Fifty. A Year of fablieatlosi. SUBSCRIPTION RATESi Om yr by as.il 00 Om yaae by earriar Sk-rt.r tarss at sasss sr.erll.ata rals. AJvartlslas Ralss oa Application ail SOUTH MAIN STREET. WATCH THE DATE After yourj name, renew promptly, an.l not miaa , number. The 1'ustal regulations , rswiuire.iuliscriptiuns to te paw ui advance. Thi oarer ha enlisted with the government in the cause of America for the penod of the war OUR SERVICE FLAG V; i . . .x. I' K K H X X X ... I.. it f . I, "" " ' BOARD OF HEALTH SQUABBLE. J The su'aried nllirir unilir tho . State Knar I of IKnlt'i are ttomr to , make a firht in the courta to hold on. Dr. J. N. Met 'urn. in a, acting: s-v-r-'i-r...

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

Krrh 3fl, HI 3 DAILY KEN1UCKIAN FACE THREE CHARLIE CHAPLIN TO VISIT BOWLING CRF.EN AND SPEAK FOR LIBERTY BOND SALE. Mr. T. W. Thomas, cliairmnn ef tlia speakers' committee of Warren county, for tht Third Liberty loan, A reived a tel efram that the celebrated Chnrlie Chaplin will speak in thla city on April 19th. the hour yet to b settled. Mr. Chaplin ii drawing card and it iff predicted that from 26,000. U 40,000 people will be In Dowling Creen upon that occasion. J no. P. Man tern, chairman ef the Publicity Committee, ia a waysn the Job and no man in the country will do mo;e to advance the food came than this gentleman, who ia worker and bring about results in everything ha undertake. Park. City Daily News. LETTER FROM WAR ORPHANS The following I a translation of a French letter received by the CoL John Green Chapter of the Daught er of the American Revolution from Marcel and Amelia Chsmbon two little French war-orphan that the lo cal chapter has adopted by contrib uting the sum of...

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

-31 1 I ' I I II II H M II II M I PRINCESS TODAY "The 'Auction Block" Rex Beach' Greatest Story. Press and Public Proclaim this wonderful screen pre sentation lo le the supreme achicvemenl in photoplay annals. An adaptation of the famous novel by Amer ica's Foremost Popular Author. A .utts 13c War Tax 2c Children 9c War Tax lc 21 REX TODAY VVMIum n-t Carol llulloway in "VENGEANCE AM' THE WuM AN " Cvnis Townicnd Brady' Tremendous Screen Novel. Chapter 'The l.urc i.f Il.le." 2 Big Acts. L000N AMCULANCE CIuLS FULLY EQliFFEn Mr.h :n. t-.it ; A -v -J jlj - i m.rif K.nv.Mi in " 1 1 IK HiII)I"N HAM)." Tlic inyitiiyiiig mM tmn ' ll"' Kctcen. Eli vrnth EimhIo "Trappul ly Treachery." 'I Thrillm Act. Billy West In 'TIIK PEST." A E.n i l t-nri-..,;-.!y Funny Ernst l Film Enviilily. 2 KiUicki t; Nip-roaring Keels of Joy. Princess Monday Louise Love y, Carmcl Myers and Jack Mulhall in "SIRENS OF THE SEA." The Picture B autifi'l. 1-7? I' O " )1 :i if'. U(&. U i hif .. :v i A 4 PRINCESS TODAY. ...

Publication Title: Daily Kentuckian
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