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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Kentuckian. — 31 March 1918

fv 2 WEATHER. . a "CHEATER HOPKINS. VILLE WANTS YOU.- t j Sunday warmer. ? : EstaMUhed 1879 Vol. XU-Dai'y Vol. 1. No 19 110PK1NSVILLE, KENTUCKY, SUNDAY, MARCH 31, 1918. DAILY KENTUCK1AN Call 441 If yew fail to get the Keatwcklaa wr-nlly. ' And If T" bar. a saw iteas, 4m H la iWt Mas aaasbee. PRINTERS NEEDED. The Kcntuekian la till short a Job foreman, a pressman and an ad ditional linotype operator. Per nlnant Jobs for tha right man. Wa are taming off buainaaa wa ara un able to handla for lack of mora force. ANY CRAFT IN THIS? Governor Stanley haa signed the bill paaaed by tha recent legislature at Krankfort appropriating a neat sum of money to aatabliah a homo to tako earo of tha idiota of tha tat. If tha editor of tha Courier Journal la to bo taken aerioaaly in regard to aoroa . of tha aUUmenU made about our recant legislature 1 (ma might suspect thaao gentlemen In having aoma personal motive in - paaaing thia bill and ahould bo InveaU igaUd on chargaa of atUmptlng to graft oa tha...

Publication Title: Daily Kentuckian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Kentuckian. — 31 March 1918

- TWO DAILY KFNTUC KIAN t.Th 31. I 'I iSzlltf Kcnluckian Published r.vrry Morning Except Monday by CHAS. M. MEACIIAM Enured al the Hopklnsville Tot fflrt M 8onl CUm Mail Matter. Established aa Ilnpkinsville Conser vstive In 1866. Succeeded hf Hop. ainsvlll Democrat l7. Published a the Bouth Kentuckian 1879 to IBM. From 1HK9 to 1917 aa trt- skly Kentuckian. FIMvh ad Yaar of Publication. SUBSCRIPTION RATESi Oh year by -ail 3 00 Oo year by carriar 8.00 Skertev teress at " proportioesle rates. Advertiaiaf Rat Application 111 SOUTH MAIN STREET. WATCH THE DATE After your name, renew promptly, and not miu a number. The rostul regulations require subscriptions to be puid in advance. - This raocr hai enlisted with the government in the cause of America for the period of the war )UiTsiSvick fla(; rJtL.-Ji Wi-.V Lw hy ; W The Hun casualties (crowing out if j HinHinliurir's attempt to drive in l'ar- j ia April 1st are now estimated i t I 300,000. I OOO (iov. Stanley has signed tlie lull a,4tppr...

Publication Title: Daily Kentuckian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Kentuckian. — 31 March 1918

March 31, 1018 DAILY KENTUCKIAN r & a .V V I V z A ft ii V PERSHING'S BIG DRIVE WILL MAKE YOU DO A LOT OF EXTRA READING DUKING THE COMING MONTHS. BE PREPARED Have your eyes examined by our Specialist, who grinds the lenses right here in fur own shop. HARD WICK 2 HOPKINSVILLE OWENSBORO I Proprietary WVN I Remedies jYjm$&" r At Prices That Are Right Wo carry a fall line of the standard reme dies. And our trade ts brtsft enough to tniuro a fresh etocK at all times. If you see it advertised in a reputable paper,' you will find us always able to supply you. Wa aim to Keep tn stocK all the latest dis covered remedies and ingredients prescribed by our local doctors. So, no matter what tha prescription ts. brinrf ft to us. Our prices are most reasonable because we Know how to buy. j.'. COOK DRUGGIST Percy Smithson ' t . Hvcry and Board Stable M-k Hopkiiuville, Ky. J f'J , EVERYTHING UP-TO-DATE ft ft . - Phone 32. Virginia Street, Between 7th and 8th ft ATTEND CHURCH 10 DAY rir.l Bap...

Publication Title: Daily Kentuckian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Kentuckian. — 31 March 1918

March 31. 10 IS 1 .vo DAILY KENTUCKIAN i Princess Tomorrow.' Princee. Tuesday. PEGGY HYLrAND, I'rnllr, IVIito a-i 'luant Little English Foollight Favorite, In "Debt of Honor." A picturesque and pleasing romance, sparkling with newness and novelty. PRINCESS WEDNESDAY Ilarry Lockwood in Paradise Garden. Rex Tomorrow. Dick Bosson and Paul-'ne Currey With strong supporting cast- in Wm. Dudlcy-Pclly's clever narrative, " CSE AT LAW." y r. . J Louise Lovely, Carmel Myers and Jack Mil hall, with supporting cast of 1,000, In Iho Iremenrlmia Clnr-ma Creation, "SIRENS OF THE SEA." The Picture Beautiful. An elaborate and wonderful film adap tion of (ha story by Uraca Helen Ilailey from the charming legend of the Lnredri. The zenith in running, awlmming, diving and aquatic achievement. Tht clever, brigW ind Inlcrealing slory of a young news paper reporter. REX TUESDAY 11 AROUJ r.OCKWOOD in 'THE HAUNTED PAJAMAS." The Mystery of the Orient wilh Ihe Romance of Today he THE UDIESIIOME JOURNAL flTWI...

Publication Title: Daily Kentuckian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Kentuckian. — 2 April 1918

DAILY KENTUCKIAN 5 WEATHER. J J Fair and cooler Tuesday. $ a "GREATER HOPKINS. J 2 VIUE WANTS Y.-)t ? E.t.b!und 1879 VoL XL-D.ily Vol. 1. No. 20 HOPKINSVILLE, KENTUCKY, TUESDAY, APRIL 2, 1918. Trice 3 Ccnti. I rao. cc;:;eht i Cad 44t If fall to get the Kewtwckiaa aweeaatly. Aa4 if ye. hae. a newt Iteea, eheoe U to Im saaee iniW. The first April ahower made good yesterday afternoon. y B n o Cat ready for tha naw Liberty Bovgi to be put on sale April 8. Maude Adama la In Louiaville thia week In "A Kiaa For Cinderella." The Senatorial election to-day will how where Wiaconain stands. I ooo American engineers fought with tha Britiah aoldiera Saturday in hold ing one aection of the front, ooo Tha lone, ran re run a rain bom barded Paria yeaterday. Mora than 20,000 aoldiera have re cently been aent away from Camp Taylor. . President Wibon haa approved Mr. Hoover! plan to fix the pricea of maata by food rrgulatione. - ... Yeaterday waa April 1st, "but up to midnight Hindenburg had not reach...

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

April 2, IMS . I ..o DAILY KENTUCtUAN lc-.'j JCcntuckian fuV.-heil r.very Morning; Except Monday by CnAS. M. MEACHAM Entered at th Hopkinaville Post- ISoi m Second Class Mail Mattrr. Established llopkinsville Conser vatlva in 186. Succeeded by HP kinavilU 'Democrat 1H7. Published tha Routh Krntuckian IM7 to 18R9. From 18H! to 1917 tri weekly Kenturkian. Firry-eecasid Tf of PaMic.lioa. SUBSCMrTlun Om year ky aail J w Owe year by carrier 8 00 SlMftar tarn at ymrtloata rates. Adeartielaf Aaalwalion til SOUTH MAIN STREET. WATCH THE DATE After your nam, renew promptly, ami not miss number. Tl I'oaUl n-Ruliiliona lequir subscriptions to be paid in advance. Thif DiDcrhas enlisted tvith the government in the cause of America for the period of the war OUU "SERVICE FLA(. m J .1 l . "' I A ie sold at t'arnii. ill., fur A farmer with the Ct-rnian name of I Bohlvbrr bnutflit it. ! The name of llerlin, Michiiran, is lo"be chaiued to Pershinif. It is a town of 4!0 people, j OIIO Mi iy freight trai...

Publication Title: Daily Kentuckian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Kentuckian. — 2 April 1918

M X April 2, IMS DAILY KENTUCKIAN PACE THREE 4 Park! 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 Co. Incorporated To Hopkinsville I Ice Consumers On account of lh extraordinary advance in the cost of maleri- al used in the manufacture of ice and the delivery of tame, namely: Labor, machinery, repairs, coal, calcium chloride, ammonia, hay, 3 J corn, and other feed stufff we are forced to advance the price of ice " and have established the following prices to go into effect April Ut and to continue until further notice: WlO lbs. ono dt-livmy 1(10 lbs 50 lbs S 4-'' 2 . Ibe S I2 lbs 5 An the past we have been selling; 10 lbs of ice for 5 cents. JJ We will discontinue the Ave cent pieces and will sell lbs ft r 8 cents. Ellis Ice & Incorporated Hopkinsville, - - - - . NECRO FARMERS. All negro farmers of Christian county are request...

Publication Title: Daily Kentuckian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Kentuckian. — 2 April 1918

DAILY KENTUCKIAN April 2. 10lf Princess Today PEGGY HYLAND Pretty, Prtifo, riquant Utllo Enyli-A i'NsHlit Fvonte-IN "The Debt of Honor" The butterfly wife in gilded wee. The haiHani romance of e'rl with nerve and a self sacrificing love for her mnntry. Story by Eve Vnavll Adult 13c, War Tax 2c. Children fc. War Tax 1c. Princess Tomorrow HAROLD LOCKWOOO Famous in 'The Hirer of Romance," "The promise," "I1tlu.ln Island" and other plays IN "Paradise Garden" A Irlumph of action and power; writ en by George Oilib the cele brated novelist. PKINCF SS Thursday and FraUy- BILLIE BURKE, fascinating Mar of tinge and screen fame, in her In test success, "nvE's nAi ir.uTro" Rex Today HAROLD LOCKWOOD With Carmcl Myers, Lester Cuneo, Helon Ware and other favorites, Sir patterns - IS - "The Haunted Pajamas" Adapted from Francis Perry Elliott's popular novel. . The fascinat ing mystery of the orient, with the charming romance of today. A V . i THE LADIES' 1I0ME JOURNAL iTYimi HJutrTTrrnv. captivatin...

Publication Title: Daily Kentuckian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Kentuckian. — 3 April 1918

- 'v.iF.it.KJ"i,n;i'M.w VILLE WANTS TOU." i Established 1879 Vol XL-Daily Vol. 1. No 21 HOPKINSVILLE, KENTUCKY, WEDNESDAY, APRIL 3, 1918. Price 3 Onte. WW THE JAWS OF DEATH I mm cc:j:eht I WEATHER. J . Wednesday, probably shower and cooler. Z ee4f jf CaR 440 if fell ! get the Kealacklaa pH)l;, A ad if fn It h mora Important now to kill Jho spies than It to to swat tho flies. Indiana became bono dry laat niRht t mid-nichC It a reported that tho Britl.h freft steamer, Carlts'e Caitlo, haa boon sunk by a tuhmarino. , -ooo-. A French teacher In 8L Louis saya Cen. Foch'a name la pronounced "Foth" and 'rhymes with boah and Josh, be gosh. German apiea are aaid to have rained many raa masks in one of the factories. Still ao spies have been hot. r ooo ' Aa the American troope itarted for the front, thoee left behind yelled "Gee, you fellewa are In luck. Eat 'em op. Eat 'em op." A bill In Congress proposes 20 years' imprisonment for German agents caught opposing; the govern ment By-the-way, h...

Publication Title: Daily Kentuckian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Kentuckian. — 3 April 1918

. JCcnluckian rbMmhl Every Morning Except Monday by C1IAS. M. MEACHAM r,ntrJ at the Hopkinsvilla Pst. ofllfi aa Hecond Class Mail Matter. Katabtinhcd Hnrikinavill Conssr- -alive In 18B8. 8ucrao.lt hy Hop kinavilU Democrat 1H7. I'uhlishad a th Houth Krntuckian IH79 to 1SH9. From inns II"' trt" waskly Kcnturkian. riflfiMMj Yaar of Puklicalfcais. SUBSCRIPTION RATESi Omm yaar by ail 5 X Om yar by tarrisr 00 Sbarta lr-s al srorortiossU ratss- Advrti.it Halo. as Aaplitalioa IIS SOUTH MAIN STREET. WATCH THE PATE After your name, renew promptly. "'! not mm number. The I'ustal regulation! require lubarnrtioni to be paid In advance. This paper has enlisted with the government in the cause of America for the period of the war OUIi SERVICE T'LAfi --; - r THE DULL TOWN. A country contributor, writing to , the lnii;in;ip"li News, rfs'tit hi1 iili a nf u dull town. He suys: "Whencvrr you rct to tin- rlnint , .hi re nobody shuuls or t'mtit.s, and i hi re boniimn are few un.l funrrnls pi. .itiful an...

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

'j' tiCTKi.wTUl.IArl "'Jjcfy Kcntuckian Published Every Morning Except Monday by . . CHAS. M. M EACH AM Entered office M t the Second Hopkinsville Post Class Mail Matter. Established M Hopkinsville Conser vative In 1866. Kucceeilcil by llop kineville Democrat 1X76. I'ulilished M the Houth Krntu.kmn IH71I to 1889. Krom Ihnu to 11)17 a tri weekly Kentuckian. Fiftyeecead Yesr of Publication. SUBSCRIPTION RATES. Om year by mail 13 00 One rear b esrriar S.00 Shorter terms at " proportioaato ret. Advertising RaUi oa Application "Over the Top" By Aa Americas Soldier Wis We at ARTHUR GUT EffPET Mmtklnt Cesser Sirring at FVesxe III SOUTH MAIN STREET. WATCH THK KATE After your nam, renew promptly, anil not miss number. The I'ostal regulations require subscriptions to be paid In advance. This paper has enlisted with the government in the cause of America for the period of the war (4rril a!!. Sf IMW .a, Bmpmf) When I rame to t was crouching In a hole In No Mim'a Land. Thla ahrll hole aa atawl t...

Publication Title: Daily Kentuckian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Kentuckian. — 3 April 1918

H In the Jewelry and Optical business. 5 We do all our optical work and all E 01& jewelry nd watch repairing S right here in our own shops and we are the ONLY people in Hopkins 5 ville or Owensboro who do. i HARDWICK HOPKINSVILLE I Proprietary WYfCPN At Prices That Are Right Wa carry a full line of the standard reme dies. And our trade Is brisfr enough to Insure a fresh 8 toe ft. at all times. Jf you see tt advertised tn a reputable paper, you will find us always abla to supply you. We aim to Keep tn stocK all the latest dis covered remedies and Ingredients prescribed by our local doctors. So. no matter what the prescription ts, brlnri ft to us. . . Our prices are most reasonable because we Know how to buy. 4. , DRUGGIST XJ i ft ir i i it v Percy Smithson livery and Board Stable Hopkinsville, Ky. EVERYTHING UP-TO-DATE Phone 32. Virginia Street, Between 7th and 8th Radford & Johnson REAL ESTATE We will sell you (arm in Christian and adjoin ing counties. We know the (arm lands...

Publication Title: Daily Kentuckian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Kentuckian. — 3 April 1918

A . Aphi 3, ima MI I '1 ' Our Aim S ' EIMERICM DOLLAH iiQ: is best m TO GIVE THE BEST SERVICE TO BE HAD In the Jewelry and Optical business. We do all our optical work and all ou jewelry and watch repairing right here in our own shops and we are the ONLY people in Hopkins ville or Owensboro who do. HARD WICK ! HOPKINSVILLE OWENSBORO AGAItlSTGERfJIif UNCLK 1AM riOMTINO TO WIN WAR rOH WOULD LIB1RTY ANO FREEDOM. FARMERS OWE DUTY TO U. S. Liberty Lean lend Are Safest Invsst, m.nt end Are "" '"r Centinutd Prosperity fer the Entire Country. KENTUCKY EDUCATIONAL ASSOCIATION MEETS IN ANNUAL CONVENTION APRIL 24 27 IN LOUISVILLE. I Proprietary WN I Remedies JViMtW)v f At Prices That Are Right We carry a full Ime of the standard reme dies. And our trade ts brisfc enough to Insure a fresh stoch at all times. Jf you see tt advertised tn a reputable paper, you will find us always abla to supply you. We atm to Keep tn stocK all the latest dis covered remedies and Ingredients prescribed by our loca...

Publication Title: Daily Kentuckian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Kentuckian. — 3 April 1918

r - i i 1AISE - -..J TWO MILLIONS CHRISTIAN COUNTY'S PART $7, BOO WAR CMANl.ES ' THE NTtDS. IS Mors (hn S J.non.OiiO in rash be fur July 4 in the nun of the "Dis ciples' rm.-n'rncv drive" fur the t'nij ed State nnd ( ann la in the Inter ests of which a conference of J00 ministers Mini l.imcn of Kentucky mat at I.ounvI!e. Int Wediiesilay. Thin was mr if .1 series of one-day meetings that bctian in Philadelphia Marrh 5. Ench : is being organ ised by counties and roncrreirations tinder the liirccl.on of the Men nnd Millions ni"iii.i 11I of Cincinnati. The canvass wdl Ik' made April 1 to fl, except when local conditions make a later week in the month better. Eaiers neirs Have Arts.a. The total iiim of the Men anil Mil lions Movement was t i(,:i(iO,000 most of which h.i been MjI'xcr.lM'd In mmi of f "ion nr. I n. re, payable in five yearn. K . I -nr. of Kaniux City, gave $1 ,li".i"''i Since America en tered t1 'r such c i.icyiciea have arisen " d the mission fluids, till the col' .-. nml...

Publication Title: Daily Kentuckian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Kentuckian. — 3 April 1918

- :x iC(AISE i I i ' ' rf """prlL3. 1018 . A" w w a a m m m m a . a a. . a. . a. a. a- j l r r r r r w v vv TWO MILLIONS CHRISTIAN COUNTY'S PART I7.SOO WAR CHANCES THE NEEDS. IS More thun f J.nun.liiMl hi rush be fore July 4 i the iiii.i ..f the 'Tn. elples uncrvcni v drive" fur the I'nie ed Slate and Cntri.hi in tlio inter eata of whirh a conference of 300 ministers und Liyim n of Kentucky met at Louivil!c. l.i-t Wednesday. This one i f a series of one-day meetings that luii in I'hiladclphin March C. Each ';i:e is being onrnn ImI by emitttic nml congregations Under the iiiriil.cn of the Men nml Million movement of Cincinnati. The rnnvns u .11 lie made April 1 to 8, except when local conditions make n later nock in the month better. Emertsnciea Have Arisen. The total nitn of the Mrn ami Mil lion Mov mcnt m $:,3U0,000 most of which h.is been sulitcr.bcd in auma of f 300 nn.1 iii re, pnvuble in five year. I! A. I.onir. of Kansas City, pave 1 . 1 .m.innj since America en ters. I ti .-i...

Publication Title: Daily Kentuckian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Kentuckian. — 4 April 1918

L Y MM I ,1 WEATHER. . j J Wednesday, prohebty VILLE WAN I S YOU." f miowmi and cooler. . v .,.$ HOPKINSVILLE, KENTUCKY, THURSDAY, APRIL 4, 1918. Established 1879 Vc' UD-iiy Vol. 1. No 22 UOQAN I . 4 worn cc;; S CU 449 !? fail to (at ike KoatachMf momoiI. A ad if yea saw itoas, akofie It have to too Rsnite Caelro, Portuguese engi nocr, in said -to have Invented mn whichVil1 throw a shell SO miles. V-eTint ed ran.u poieti sr-naT resolution ha boon adopt ed requesting the President .to an- pehrts day of prayer for Amenran Public, sentiment is demandinir that spies he punished and in some place there are indications that the pub lic tsSeialng to see that local spies are punished. OUEET LIBERTY LOAN TRAIN OF , SPEAKERS AMES TODAY TABERNACLE TONIGHT BEFORE THE SI ORM A premrfin list of S7I.000 was adopted feft the Kentucky EtateTair for IllS at a meeting held Tuesday, this )eins; the largest amount ever offered In any year. Two Great Meetings to Be Held at Tabernacle This Afternoon and E...

Publication Title: Daily Kentuckian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Kentuckian. — 4 April 1918

J I'D CM AN 2. WKAT1IF 2 Wednesday, probably VI LLC WANTS YOU." shower and cooler. t ErtablUhed 1879 Vol Daily Vol. 1. No 22 HOPKINSVILLE, KENTUCKY, THURSDAY, APRIL 4, 1918. Price 3 Cents. it DAI LY"KEN' r EDHl B C.U 44f if rH fail to (.1 lb. Keateckiaa promptly. And it yea now item, it to tk eaas aaabc. Benito Caelro, Portuguese engi neer, ia Mid to have Invented run which will throw shell 90 miles. A joint resolution has Ween adopt 4 requesting th President to sp peivft day of prayer for Amenrsn Anna Public sentiment ia demanding that spies ha punished and in aoma piece there are indications that the pub Ik ia going to aea that local apiea are puniahed. A premium lint of 178,000 waa adopted for tha Kentucky Slate Fair for ItlS at a meeting held Tuesday, thia being; tha Unrest amount aver offered in any year. The Courier-Journal, the Evana vill Courier and other associated press papers rave Da vies aa tha win ner in Wisconsin yesterday morn ing. Tha International Newa Ser vice sent...

Publication Title: Daily Kentuckian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Kentuckian. — 4 April 1918

I1AILV Kl I X IA April 4. I'HS r" .7 JCentuckian Kxcept Fvrry Morning Monday by CHA3. M. MKAI'IIAV KJ-tor, Chae. M. Mearham. H. A. Robinson. Aas't KIit. KntevtHl at tHs il.pk.nvil)e Post office Second ( Inae Mail Mslter. "A spumed to;;i5 " Says Ifiito Uir Wfco, Or Doc tor's AdTKt.Ttok CardaJ Ab? Ji K.w W.H. tllimo. Tena. Aboat 19 years a9 f tu , .' aara Mrs. J. B. Oadd. ( thla place. "I suffered wlta pain In Z .. " " I Dir loft aid, eoald not sleep at night Ian. ativa In 1S8. auiauie iwmorrai i n i . ............ . , r. i aa tha South Kentuckii.r. IH7-J It ort l-M wets wOirM. I ihbo r... i.Nu in i vi7 aa H- took roe tollle, whir b,tped me sad weekly Kentuckian. Fifty 4 Year of futlicalW stronger waa aUll SUBSCRIPTION RATESi Oae yaar -ail Oma yaar l. aarrier 500 Skertar trn al proportional, rataa. Advertising Kat.a Arplicatioa 2IZ SOUTH MAIN STREET. WATCH THE PATH Aftrr yojr name, rrnrw promptly, and not miss nunibr. The Postal roiriLiitiuitt require uhornpiiona to H paid in advance....

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

April 4. i:18 LI All. I kinitiVMAn Jcfy Kentuckian Fabllshad Every Mominc Except Monday by ' CnAS. M. MKACHAM Editor, Chaa. M. Mrnrhsm. II. A. Robinon. Ak't Mitor. " i r.nUrad t tht llojikin.villo Olflc M Second (lass Mail Matter. " " " ' Established llopkinsville tonser- Uv in 1886. Succeeded by Hop- kinrrill. Democrat 187fl. , Ulh u:rm7 M W 1889. From ! to 11117 aa weekly Kentuckian. Firty-eecond Yr Publication. SUBSCRIPTION RATESt J, Owe year by mail ' Owe year by carrier 00 Slrartsr term l " eroportionsL rstss. Advertisins. Kslss ow ApplKalioa 212 SOUTH MAIN STREET. WATCH THE PATK After your troubles. Take Cardul. It should ture "AH" ' I a it ho a an mine thnn. ' name, renew promptly, and not mil number. The Postal rcKiilutiona require subscriptions to be paid in advance. Thit didct has enlisted with the government in the cause of America for the period of the war OUR SERVICE FLAG: 1 I FOKE OR FOSII. Says H indenture; . To General Koch, I'll dine In I'aria. That's no juke. To Hi...

Publication Title: Daily Kentuckian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Kentuckian. — 4 April 1918

rAc.r. Tiinrr April 4. IMS DAILY eNTUCKIAN Y m I To Hoplrinsville Ice Consumers On account of the e xtrsordin try advance in Ihr cost of ntitfcrl- ' at used in the nunufac'ura of ko md Ihe delivery o samr. ii-me ly: labor, machinery, repairs, emil, calcium chloridi , amnios ia, hay, J corn, and othar feed stufTs we are forced t sdviiic ilo pre of ica and bate -itabllli.hed tha following prices to K l"lo effect April lit aivf to continue until further notice: BOO lbs. on delivery . . 100 lbs .' 60 lbs '. 25 lbs 12 lbs JJ In the past ws bavs been selling 10 lbs of ke for 5 cents. Ws will discontinue the Ave cent pieces snd will self 12 lbs for ss 8 cents. ! Ellis Ice & Incorporated Hopkinsville, Startling NewsJIs Crowding the Telegraph Wires Every Day aa-aaaa. f. -av Undoubtedly Wr Have Fi.terrd Upon the Most Moment m Months in the History of the Universe. TJy World Revolves Around Newspap'rs -If You Want the News and All the News While It Is Pealiy taws, You Vust Read the Courier...

Publication Title: Daily Kentuckian
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