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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Kentuckian. — 22 August 1918

- ( Ann 22 1918 DAILY KENTUCKIAN FACE THtK--'-1 Ml, WEAR HARDWICKS : DEE' CURVE AND SEE BETTER I C. fiardmck COMPANY S. W. MARDWICiC, Manager. Three Cows and a Lily Equal. Five 1 Cows and No lily VE are offering you trie Liljr cream separator be- cause the Lily is the machine we believe in. lu records and tents have convinced us that you can make 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, ample, sanitary deaigru lha working of the few cloecly. grouped gears; the splash oiling system that doean't fail; the one-adjustment feature which we will explain later. v Most of aP we believe in the Lily bowl, which gets all the rrearn out ot the milk, down to about one drop in each gallon. That's what counts. Come in and ace this good cream separator. Planters Hardware Co. laeeeweeeteeV Hopkinsville, Ky. AD WELL TIN WORK OF fy)fing, Guttering and Repairing. Plat Bed Steam Boxes. Country Work a Specialty. HOPKINSVI...

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 August 1918

-Y I; V DAILY KENTUCRIAN Aiip. 2C, ls1S TOBACCO AS T42 .Ruiminnia A COLORED Hi 7 " SHOR Sale ACCOUNT RAIN ge I i i; . i .Y GIVES HIS EXPERI- WHEN HIS SHIP WAS TORPEDOED. P2 ' Kelly, Chief Petty Officer. centry torpedoed steamer a, who ia at home on vie .father, ia beinir cordially by hla host of friends. Hie he linking of the wl on , was going to France July ..ry Interesting. The Tippe A made other successful ' was returning to Europe . ,rg munition! and other ' for the troops. The ihip , hed point 700 miles off I: h toast and the cruiser eon ' th fleet of 23 shins, all car-tpjv- had turned back, ex ( jjit fctarfoy on the European f-OG'lurt the vessels to safety, iwere (lrt approached hy the f no." Mr Mr. Kelly, "Just ,Iark on July 14. The vessels t Wer 111 armed with runs J fore and aft, and six shots jired at it, when it aub , ' J - It evidently went on ahead u ships and waited for them tj,'a rang. The next evening w ait slghtad about 200 yards Si' f firing a torpedo at , 'orpedo ...

Publication Title: Daily Kentuckian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Kentuckian. — 23 August 1918

DAILY KENTUCKIAN 4 eee eee CREATER HOPKINS- S 5 VIIXE WANTS YOU." J M t M. ASSOCIATED PRESS Ertb:hed 1879 VoL XU-Dai'y Vol. 1. N 143 H0PK1NSVILLE, KENTUCKY, FRIDAY. AUG 23, 1918. Price 3 Cent . eSe 1 THE WEATHER. ' Fair Friday and probably Satur day with not much change In tem perature. ' .................... Sectorial Comment , ..Gen. Foeh, suprrme commander ' ot the A Iliad armies, la now hsfled the treat aat strategist, if not tha leading military genlua of all tima. iv ; The ,6enato Military Committee recommends a aeparate department .. of aviation with a cabinet minister . at Ma hssd. w The Huna are said to be losing Jme 61 their eocksureneae. Enthu- " aiasm H Hot helped by going hack . , wr5, t Men-tot Powell, of Madison county, gaeaed end hia lung weakened and -JaraHde4 home, baa died in Arisona , . Irhere 14 tWUflit relief. , i v one i ; Superintendent Charlie Vsughn la I making: a. extra effort to flnlah Main -$ft by tha fair. . It lack but half '"-v tloek and the trouble t...

Publication Title: Daily Kentuckian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Kentuckian. — 23 August 1918

An. 2C. u: DAILY KENTUCRIAN ' Anp. ' i : - . a ..JWnluckian'' . i JCvery Morninj Except Monday bjr COA& M. MEACHAM , . Mi,, , II,, ATTENTION, SOLDIERS! "V fdltor, Cha M. Moeeturm, i at the Hopklnsviile Poet- m Snm4 1m Mail Matter. 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 sec this watch before you ' j L..v . -....- -". ' Sm-. . h' '' .- ";.- 'V'- -it- U dished Ilrtpkli-evitle Conaer i In 180ft. Succeeded by Hop Jlla Democrat 1876V--Published M Sooth keauckiaa 1879 to i From 1880 to 1117 as tri jy KentSNririeaw '4 ' ' ir 1 m f r V- V , Year of PoUieawew. I -' '1 1 . SUBSCRIPTION RATES if rear kr earrte .. I S.S0 rWrw al eaes jfMli T ( rata. I ".' ' yartitiag Statee.ee) ApwHeaam -at ff:n r up 111 SOUTH MAIN STUtttf G iTCH TBI DATE After your a, renew promptly, ana not mis amber. 1 Th Postal regulations lira eube...

Publication Title: Daily Kentuckian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Kentuckian. — 23 August 1918

V DAILY KENTUCriAM' FACE THRU i Radford & Johnson ', REAL ESTATE We will tell you (arm in Christian and . adjoin -v inff counties. We know the farm lands of this community and Will do our best to sell you a good farm or wi'I sell I you a nice house- and lot in the city. We hare several attractive farms in our hands for sale. Prices reasonable. ;205screa t miles of Fairvtewon rural roule. Writ proved and wall walerorf, about 70 arret of fine bottom land. Iwinln at tia,OOO.iia Tertne rekennable. 2l5acrea4mi.uthof Hfikinsvtlle on Main Streets i me, ina lira well, o.mn1 improvement. A nka aliowy pwee, xioa mme in line community. Come to ice vt and we will show you somHhmtf interesting. J 'ennyroyal Building, ft OfficeVF Pork! Pork! Ul ' 47IZ r Via 3 . I V. Jl 1- -i..- If-., J Ha1'.' ' '-: I 1 1 hn-i'l i. .,- I .i ...,-..: I i I I ...... ! I-., rs - M I jl fl f I :''" :,; L ji r u r . ki i i tarn mi a .a k a aa'n Ji ir.iu Ui,; , IISw If r 'f Helm rt: " lj www r , X J T " ;" ii 0 am '...

Publication Title: Daily Kentuckian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Kentuckian. — 23 August 1918

DAILY KENTUCKIAN ..CIIELOE SEES SWIFT VICTORY A WILL NOT LAST A YEAR, KENTUCKIAN. BACK FROM FRONT. BELIEVES. Washington, Aug. II. Member of congress returning from Franre Si optimistie over th progTes of th wr and tht prospect for a ( jeeessfr.) outcome. Representative David II. Kinehe- Iloe of Kentucky, who has Just re turned from tht British, French, Aftrririn and Italian fighting fronts. aid: I don I think the war win laat a year. The Huna are on the run cure enough and I think it will he a ateady retreat from now on. Oar boys are doing the business. They hare erred the day and put new hone In the British, French and Italians. ,"I talked to aviators of all the allied nations and they all toM me that the Liberty motor is just the thing. They are getting thero in quantity and will hasten tho conclus ion of the war. Everybody over there who knows anything says the Lib erty motor h the Isst word in avia tion. "I did not aee a drunken man in rranc, although light wine M com monly drun...

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 August 1918

DAILY KENTUCKIAN ehs Mtmlwr ef ASSOCIATED PRESS Etab'ihl 1879 Vol. XL-Daily Vol. 1. No 144 H0PK1NSVILLE, KENTUCKY, SATURDAY. AUG 24, 1918. Trice 3 Cents THE WEATHER. iHUM DEFEA1 DSS ASTROUS;1 i ! Fair, ami continued warmer Sat'ir dayknd prohshly I'liinilay. 1 Sditorial Comment The shipping lmnr.1 announces that tip to Aug. t more limn l,fiOQ ton of shipping has been completed. - fton i , The KinprvMi of (irrnmny is re ported ao ill that Ilia Kaiarr has been! compelled to go to Berlin to b with her in the catle. j Private William F. Reese, of Ceru-f lean Spring, Ky., la missing in ae tion, la tha casualty Urt of August 2- C. E. Adam, of Omaha, Neb., waa elected commander-in-chief of tha Grand Army of tha Republic for the -f tuning JT- s z?-- on . Thomaa J. Mooney la to appeal at ence to tha United State Supreme Court for a reversal of hi conviction for murder In connection with a bomb explosion in San Francisco, officials of tha International Worker' Do fena League announced. Emmrtt ...

Publication Title: Daily Kentuckian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Kentuckian. — 24 August 1918

j . - Ttinrr-i i DAILY KENTVCKIAN Ann. n. tJ..'l - Z '" , . rwo '.ly Kcaluckian '.4 Every Morntnj Except Monday by CHAS. 1C MCA CHAM Editor, CHa. M. Maeeham, teraa at the Hopkinvill Poet ic a fWond Class Mail Matter. tet itabllehed as HopkVvlIle Consar- .1... I. iart F.uv.l.l b HoO- javlll Democrat 1876. ruhliihed I th South Ken'ackisn 1879 to 8. From 18KB to IPIT aa ut ikly Eenturklan. fifty Year ef PaWieatiaa. I SUBSCRIPTION HATESi Sm year ay aaO 3 00 Wa Tr kr .rriee 00 rta WeM at .aa .reswvttol fjtas & A4ratUa Rata aa Ape-IUalUa IIS SOUTH MAIN STREET. WATCH THE DATE After yonr hit, ran promptly, and not mia k naubsr. Tha Postal relation require anbaerlptiona to ba paid ia Jvance. ' 1 L Thii paper ha enlisted .iih the ppvemment in the ync of America tor tnc IOO Ol vnc war KEPT HER AWAKE Tk TcrrilU reins b Back ana) Sides. Cardui Care RcGef. Msrkivllle. La. Mr. Alice Johnson, of this pl.ice, write "For one year I suffered with in awful misery la my back end tides. My left tkle ...

Publication Title: Daily Kentuckian
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Kentuckian. — 24 August 1918

DAILY KENTUCKIAN ) ' A.'u;. A ?,'.o ' " T rwo ) ily Kcatuckian -id Every Morntnj Esespt Monday by CHAB. M. afCACHAaf Editor, Cna. M. Msaeham, trd at th Hopkinevill Port. a Second tlfc-a MaU Matter. tat ltabliahed m nopKj.TlII Conser ve la 188. Succeeded by Hop- iurrill Democrat IBIS. rublisnoa t th Booth Kcn'ackisn 1879 to A9. rrom 188 to 117 aa tri oakly Kentaekisa. e fj ess a1 Year ! faUieetas. SUBSCRIPTION HATES. T al (3 00 by urrW S.OO at mum peesvUoae XaVeettUeg Rata e Alitio 111 SOUTH MAIN STREET. WATCH TH2 DATE After yonr law, raaaw promptly, and not miss nambsr. Tha Postal regulations rqulr aabacriptiona to b paid in -vaae. KEPT HER AWAKE Htt Temllt Pchii In Back ant Sides. Cardut Care Relief. Marltsvllle, La. Mr. Alice Johnsoa, i of this place, write: "For ene year I suffered with an awful misery in my back ' and side. Mr led side wat hurtine. r.e all the time. The misery wai something awhiL I could not do anything, not even steep it night It kept me awake most of the night...

Publication Title: Daily Kentuckian
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Kentuckian. — 24 August 1918

DAILT KErtTUCKIAN PACE THREE r A NERVOUS ... BREAKDOWN Mitt Kellr Tell How Lrdta E. rinkham't Ve'eUbto Compound Restored Her Health. AERIAL MAIL CARRIER 1! j PEERESS IS WAR WORKER 'Kummmge Sal ft t J- HOPKfNSVILtE. KY. 3 Women's and Misses Suits This includes all the oddo and and of our Sprinf and 8aramsr nun siocis, in wooien maienaia. i Sulta worth fit. BO to f 11.00 Rummage Price ...... Suits worth 120.00 to $25.00 Rummage Fries 8ulU worth I JO 00 to $35.00 a QC Rummage Priro ...... ,1 lT,3a Suit worth 837.50 to $45.00 Rummiri Trica ..$6 95 $10.95 $16.95 Women's and Misses Silk Suits Thia amall group of Suit consists of 5a tin aa Tsffeta Salta In Nary, Black, Cray, Green and Tan, Beautifully mada and $ tho boat quality materials and linings. Wo moan to cloao oat thooo j4 few garments. Suits worth $35.00 Rummage Pries Suits worth $40.00 . Rummage Pries SuiU worth $45.00 to $50.00 Rummage Price $14.95 $16.95 $18.95 Women's and Misses Dresses djhis group of Dreaaea consists of Taffe...

Publication Title: Daily Kentuckian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Kentuckian. — 24 August 1918

" " "t - Tii, in j an DAILY KENTUCK.IAN f AGE THREE I PEERESS IS WAR WORKER A NERVOUS BBEMDOl'll Miss KeII Tells How LrdU E. Pinkham'g Vegetable Compound Restored HcrllcaJlh. AERIAL MAIL CARRIER bale m. fir ,-3 i fii i . ' Tl I . i ! nrn ni c? Va m aUk mJm UUU L ,1 HOPKINSVILUE, KY. Saturday! and Monday. The greatest saving event of the year 1918." It is our endeavor in this Rummage Sale to entirely cloc out -the small odds and ends that accum- ftunulate in each department; they are i sold at prices that do not take : into consideration the cost of the article. Our whole idea is to clean up jv our stocks. We hope our patrons will take advantage of this last opportunity. Women's and Misses Suits 2 Thia include all th add nd ends of our 8prlng and Bamm.r suit stocks, in woolen material. 8uit worth 116 tO to 111 00 Rummair Pric. Suit worth 120.00 to 125.00 Rummag Pries .....$6 95 ...$10.95 Suit worth 130.00 to 135.00 11 OR Barama Pric ....... lral ... $16.95 Run mag Price Sail worth 13...

Publication Title: Daily Kentuckian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Kentuckian. — 24 August 1918

tcrW .ta'"jU.ja ' DAILY KENTUCKIAN Lg 21,IJlfl H urrt to 89. I Ho. I t r i i LjL 4 J. i . J! -; f! I il: " GSTRAl g a mm "SUMMER BABES" OF ISt7 TO RtCISTER FOR MEN'S DU TIES AT THE FRONT. , EIGHTY-MORE MEN ARE CALLED Color I I Quota of 41 Monday Aad 38 WKila Mm Oa Taoooajr, A I T Caaasi Taylor. To-day la registration day for thos who hnv .become 21 since June S. The mistaken idea prevails In sime section that the registra tion Ik fr all from 18 to tl and! from 31 to 45. . The men will have to register aa soon aa congres Pmci I ha new draft law, but not noV From all Indlrationa tfcera will be very few in the county who will rti'otrr today. I On Monday there will be a new, call for colored men. All colored j mm in clnss 1 of the old registrs-i tion ho did not appear last Wednes day and those of the 1918 claee whoj have Wn notified must report at the Court Houe Monday morning at 10 o'clock. For aome reason a num- ber of men hare chenged their ad-j dre-wrs and hsvs not given their new 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. — 25 August 1918

DAILY KENTUGKIAN Mtnlwr ef ' ASSOCIATED TRESS " 2 "CHEATER HOPKINS. J VILLC WANTS YOU." J Established 1879 VoL XL-Daily Vol. 1. No. 145 HOPKINSVILLE, KENTUCKY, SUNDAY. AUG 25, 1918. Price 3 Cents THE WEATHER. Loral thunder shower Sunday. Monday fair Sdiiorial Comment THE KENTUCKIAN FOR SALE It la my perpose to retire from ac tivt participation in (ha newspaper business in tha near future, to devote my, attention to other affair. To that and, tha Daily Kanturkian ia haraby offered for tale. Ita business i en a successful basis and ihowa Inrg Increase from month to month. Tha deciaion announced haa bean hastenixl by tha Increasing difficulties of aeeurlng,. competent and akllled labor to publish tha paper, due ta tha fart that every man of military aire on tb forte haa been railed to the ewcrjui mi pini win oe aoy wun or wi&o'uVtbuilding it has long occupied. From the right party a proposition to leaae mi?ht be enter tained. Existing entitracU will be cared for ia the transfer. CH...

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 August 1918

DAILY KENTVCKIAN A up. X. UlR FACE TWO jafy Keaiuckian CblUhed mrr llornlnf Except Monday by CHAS. M. M EACH AM Editor. Cha. M. Meatnam, fhteeed at the eeo m Second Hopkinsvilla Pool. Cbv Mail Matur. established aa Hopluivllle Conr . hi 1R8S. 8ucedd by Hop kinsvilla Democrat 1816. Publiahed .v.- nni.h Kmtnckiaa 1879 to 1889. Prom 18 to 1817 M trt- kty Kentockiaa. fifty eo..ad T of riMWiiom. i . . . lUBSCRlf TION RATESi -r-f kr a Dm yoar by earrW 0 kert ' at mm peopoeU ate re tee. Advertklao; KaUe AmIImUm tit SOUTH MAIM STREET. WATCH THE DATfc-Aft.r your tors', rrntw promptly, and not mias auoibir Tha Postal refutations rqa.r snbacrtptions to ba paid xrvaara. ATTENTION, SOLDIERS! This Radio Light Watch is without an equal for the soldier, a reliable time pitce 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 buy. Tni R J8U JEWELERS AND OPTICIANS, . JlVLI-jD C ITilW VV li-i, 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. — 25 August 1918

I'.IIR DAILY KENTUCKIAN PAGE Wft Radford & Johnson REAL ESTATE We will ell you a farm in Christian and adjoin ing counties. ' ' We know the farm lands of thi community . and Wilt do our best to sell you a good farm or wi'l tell you a nice house and lot in the city. We have several attractive farms in our hands for sale. Trices reasonable. OTictmII milfiof Fairview on rum I route. Well Im proved and well watered, about 70 acres of fins bottom land. A barpiln at tin.onovoo. Tcrnia reasonable. 215 acrrs 4 miles south of Hopkinsvillt on Main Street Tike, Land lie well, good improvement. A nice showy placsi good home In fine community. Come to see us and we interesting. Office: Pennyroyal Building. Pork! Pork! Poii! r , 4 ' Do not neglect your hogs, n ' RnlonA T) jl ecu a uaicuiicu ivauuii 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 Prescriptions liSj . to Us I'rvi jdLz for the...

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

7 -V . . 4 i .... , -,- DAILY KKNTUCKIAN Aug. 25, liM. J ativ- i a. it I t I r 1 jOSTIII 4 PANS IS 'SIREII' C'oomy Ones Are Named for the Unwelcome Air Raid SlanaL tabl STttTOT IS A "EERLOQUE" i iso. ' kit j f y ' feepla Hv Joyoue Time Whll Warn. Xf1 Infl In Subway tatlone Crea i ' Qama Hold Intereet af I N ' ' tha Crowd. WO . i ' rri. Two mora word hare bee , i added In Ibit-mr growing dictionary (JHt war word a. In Parla theoe two words kav achieved new etgnlfl- Cmic. rejarmlata ara now known aa "strene'and optlmlata ara "berloquee." The algninranro la oelf-explanntnry to those who have npfrlmwd an atr raid In Parla. Many dread tha ariwrh fur. weird, hanaheellke wall of tha I. no giving etrea mora than tha art wal danger fmni tha raiders, whlla tha 1 nH-rioqaa," that lively Hltla bogle , call telling that all dancer la past and that ona may raat Mely In oWa1 , bed. Is Jnfleed a friend welroma ai any '. , firftitfat, 4 A Parla bookkeeper who suddenly left tha city whan tha raids ov...

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 August 1918

e DAILY KENTUCKIAN eee CRATFR HOPKINS- J VILLE WANTS TOO." f a) MnUf af 5 ASSOCIATED PRESS I' Established 1879 Vol XLDai'y Vof. 1, No 146 H0PK1NSVILLE, KENTUCKY. TUFSDAY. AUG. 27, 1918. Trice 3 Cents THE WE41IIFR. NEW ritish of: Fair Tueaday and Wednesday. , Sdiiorial Comment 4 -- aaaaam mmam MM MM ... . FEMSIVE S T 0 Prisoners taken ay the Hunt are retting desperate and am willinir to quit to avert invasion of Germany. The war trade boant ha restricted the eat put of pswnircr automobiles for the lent halfu(l8 to the total produced in the Inn quarter ef 1917. QOO Linotypes have alvanre4 500 luce June 1st, All kinda of job prlntlDfC preiwrs have advanced 10 pet cent since August 1st. Lieut Arch . Worsham, of Ken dersoff, Ky., recent! fell , on hs Trench battle field while leading "hie h-mi lir the top. A million and a half Americana re "somewhere in France," not fig. uring in the Bapaume-Noyon squeete, Just keep your ear to the (round and they will be heard from soon The Uritish and ...

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 August 1918

DAILY KCNTUCKIAN " , . ' Am?. 17 SmIW . Ct TWO . -rl.. f a v a L ess a. 9ailu Kcntuckian " "Hvhl Every Wnnitnj Eicept . Mon.lay by CHAS M MKACIIAM LMur, Cha. M. MMcfcm, utiel el ! llopamsvill I'wft vfflc ior4 CU -se Mail Matter. CaiaMifhrl Hopali-svill Conner rat It tn ISf.w. fcuroeHe,l hy Hop ISvtll l.-oi.T8t 18 1. Published aa tm i'nuih Km'wk'an I"' ' H3 Vi.,m IKV.I to Weekly Kenlortmn. of pablxaUoa SUBSCRIPTION RAIESi h yr ly wail (IM fear by earrsr 00 IWUr brai at err"s' rat. Unrtntt-i ie Asseetasi iTH MAIN STREET. WATCH TUB DATE Aflai yoar an, renew promptly, and not miaa a oombsr. Tht ro-rtal regulations vrui.-e euNrrij'tiona to be paid is kiraace. . Thtc Dancrlui enlisted lntftllxc govcmmcnx sn uie W eause of America tor the C period of the war JZ n! OUR SERVICE FLAG ti i'-- 'y-: - Mm bar of Ika AuKliUa Proaa Aaaociated Press la sxcluaiva- ly entitled to tha uae for republica tion of all news diapatchaa credited , to it or not otherwise credited in thia paper and also tha loc...

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 August 1918

Aug IIMR DAILY KENTUCKIAN V PAGR THREE v.. CAHT KEEP A GOOD SHIP DOVII Half of Torpedoed Craft of Great Britain Have Been Salvaged. -? METHODS GREATLY IMPROVED Much Greater Welghte Than Believed Possible Arc Now Btlng Lifted-. No Mop of I ver Railing Losltanl. ssssaasass tnnflimv Of 4Ct Prltlrh etiln rank la the last ld and a half years least 00 rr rrtit have been raised from the tmttmn of the at-a. The or ganisation responsible th Admiralty Barrage dt'iwriinriit la composed en tirely of xmtU employed by a cmo- roeeetai Arm ahlrh enangnl In the husl swssi neiore ine war. Hlilpa Were ao Cheap then, however. Ihnt often It did t t7 f1" mken wreck and '"r v Binna mniinion. a Ira Terr different now, and FMuTf III fhnf Invention has Wi atlrrniUTCd lt kA extraordinary eitrnt Jt used to ha cnnxlilcred that 1.WX 4if ! ' greati-at weight that twuljMTffliil frm onder water wlr ropes, A sunken government tad Mer lhat was obstructing a fairway waft lifted oat of the mud recently and 2prr?odwy by...

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 August 1918

I. jr 7 Am?. ffu nt 1 8 --! I. Ill) A up. 27. I:M8 face rotm I ii. DAILY KENTUCKIAN 3 ckian RECREATION FOR TKE FIGHTERS IN FRANCE QUOTA OF 60 COMPLETED DIET AT THE FAIR Ai.i.ki ri !' FIRST DAT. RAC LA3S ail4..TROT. w a West O. Br 11.. Hyper Gambatta Mim Woodhin Sir TatUn, Sledmere , . . Duly Hound . IHiiy muii . Vl"r. Uuckley . I ZT-r. k ." it Jherry Gentry V ,h Cochran. . . The Druggiat Cetlar Uk Grl Legal Heir Camelia .Dnhl.ins A Ball . B H.lliirginson, J. C. Cochran. . .L. W. Buford., .Geo, St i In. .Geo. Stile Geo. Ptilcs Haley .... ... MrNutty . Stone .... . F. Kimhro J.ATroctor A Co.,. Scottsboro, Ala. CLASS FREE FOR ALL PACE. Dr. J. J. Rucker Murfreeaboro ....A. S. Thompaon fadueah , ....Haley Memphia . .t.i-. .Geo. Stile Rome.Ga. , Athena, Ala. , .Morjranfleld, Ky ....Charlotte.N.C. ..Nashville, Tenn. . . Rome, Ga. Rome, Ga. Rome, Ga . . , Memphia, Tenn. . . . Memphia, Tenn Murfreeaboro, Tenn. Murfreeaboro, Tenn FUrrrtey" L. Patchenhart . . Mc Emery Charlea C H. M Harry Inbo...

Publication Title: Daily Kentuckian
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