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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The record. — 17 January 1918

'"V .x . 4 . LAY1MG QUALITIES OF MEMS Americsn Crcec's, Most Dcsirabie fcr Producing Wintsr Eggs, Should Co Hatched in Api i!. i'.;;; qt;t.iit.:03 of r.ny bropsl of fowls cr.n I'.o in.icli i:.:ipvovo(l by iiiA'ays bivciin; from iho li'St layers as well as ran the I'liiki.'u: qiialilies of rows be brought to high standard by always b"ot".",ins from the best r.'.i!l:ei-s. I: ('oloctir.g your ilock for winter Inyin pet a good hred-to-Iay strain o2 ever breed yon choose to keep. Few!:? of the American breeds, which are p"r- A!'u:e y.'jvi b;:i;:ning to realize a lo:i;;-eh;-ri.--l!ed dreaui of an r.Id-fash-ioneu ilower garden. When tlm last blown beds? of loose earth bad beer, rraooihed and the tiny border plants bad been transplanted by lier rkiHUiiark !! necrro gardener, she surveyed the result with a satislieil t;nu!?. At r'.v-.-isely the fame iaomer.t, Da vid 2.1arkhai;;, incited at his desk in thj town's biggvt baulc, wn; saying to lihaseif that he eouid iv.t iivo without AJiee. Two ...

Publication Title: Record, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The record. — 24 January 1918

I THE RECORD i MUHLENBERG'S OLDEST AND MOST SUBSTANTIAL NEWSPAPER IS UN- I I PARALLELED AS AN ADVER- : JOB PRINTING : : OFQUALITY PROMPTLY DONE. PRICES ! AS REASONARI.R AS IS mNSIRT- ENT WITH GOOD WORK- TISING MEDIUM. MANSHIP. GREENVILLE, KY., THURSDAY, JANUARY 24, 1918. VOL. XIX. NO. 50 50c. PER YEAR, IN ADVANCE DAIRYING AND SOIL CULTURE i m, y. ...... ..--. . .i ... ..I.,..-. ...i.. . -3 AN APPEAL TO FARMERS. Fats of Nation Rests Largely en a Increased Food Supply. President Wilson in Jils proclamation to the people appeals to farmers to I! all in their power to Increase the sup ply of foods, lie says: I take the liberty, therefore, of ad dressing this word to the farmers ol the country and to alt who work on thl farms: The supreme need of our own nation and of the nations with which we are cooperating i3 an abundance of supplies and especially of foodstuff. Tho Importance of an adequate food supply, especially. for the present year, Is superlative, AVithout abundant food alike fo...

Publication Title: Record, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The record. — 24 January 1918

THE-'BEGORD An 1 tidependeiit Newspaper. RECORD PRESS, OniKN L. Uoabk. Secretary. vkien 1. Koakk. Editor. Long-Distance Telephone, No. 72. Office in Annex rear Roark store, ground floor. 50 (EMS m TEAR, IH ADYAflCE. TERMS Tbcsubacription prire of the paper ie paya ble in Hilram-K, ivud when the time kas expired o wnico it is paid, the paper will be stopped. " Cards of thAuks. obituary noticed, etc., if not longer th;vu ten HneH, will be publlnbed free. A charge of of. per Uue will be m:de for succeed tOK lines. No variatioa of tkisrule to anyone. Free sample copies will be mailed. AdTertlnemcnts will be inserted. A rate card wll I be furnished on request. Address all communications nd make all re mittances payable to KKCORD PRESS, r Orrenyille Ky. THURSDAY, JANUARY 24, 1918. K'iu-ei at tue Greenville, Ky.,postofflce as second-class matter. Get the coal to the ships and the ships to France we can hold out here! Wi; Americans learn from the mistakes of others to avoid them and make ou...

Publication Title: Record, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The record. — 24 January 1918

!. (. R. R. LOCAL JIMt CARD. x KOBTH BOUND KO. JsS Louisville Eiprcna 12.11 pro 102 Cincinnati Express 1.43 pm tOl Louisville Limited 3.56 am 30 Central City accommodation 7.07 pm BOCTH BOUND. NO. 135 Faducah and Cairo accom 5.10 am 121 Fulton accommodation 12.11 pm 101 New Orleans special 8.43 pci 103 N. O. spec 1.22 am Stops to diMclwrpre re.Tenne passengers from Louisville and parts beyond. May 20, 1917. W, G. CuiWORP. Apt. When Wars Have Ceased. When wars have ceased, when armaments withdraw To flaming furnace to be melted there: When martial lines dissolve by word of Law And flaunting flags are gathered from the air, Oh, then will Memory with subtle power Review the scenes as vivid pictures flit Across the mind; and oh, that happy hour If I had borne my tragic part of it! When wars have ceased, when homeward they have come Who gloried in their chance to serve with zest; When no bowed heads bespeak the muffled drum, Nor bugler's trumpet at their chief's behest; Oh, then the Past...

Publication Title: Record, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The record. — 24 January 1918

,1 , pimm niiiiniiniiiii f KiIy g- mmm 1 Wilf 3 Uying qualities of hens African Breeds, Most Desirable for Producing Winter Eggs, Should Be Hatched In April. , Experience has taught that the lay ing qualities of any breed of fowls eun be innelt Improved by always breeding from thi best layers as well as can the milking qualities, of cows be brought tp high standard by always breeding from the best milkers. In (Selecting your flock for winter laying . get a good shred-to-lay strain of which ever breed you choose to keep. Fowls! of the American breeds, which are per- 5 J 1 Tiiey are slaves who fear to speak For the faJlen and the weak. They are slaves who dare n6t be In tne right with two or three. Lowell. CHANGE TYPE OF LIVE STOCK Silver Laced Wyandotte Hen. naps the moit de vinter eggs, sin desirable for producing hould be hatched In ? ftpril. They .then will have ample time to mature before wipter sets.tru t ? possible (he pullets? should hnv pee ran'e during the summer to eo 3ible...

Publication Title: Record, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The record. — 31 January 1918

; Jc:,x : THE RECORD i MUHLENBERG'S OLD L ST AND MOST SUBSTANTIAL N LWSPAPER IS UN- 1 PARALLELED AS AN ADVER- : 2 TISING MEDIUM. . ; i , JOB PRINTING 2 OF QUALITY PROMPTLY DONE. PRICES ! 'V AS REASONABLE AS IS CONSIST- I ENT WITH GOOD WORr- e V OL. XIX. NO. 51 GREENVILLE, KY., THURSDAY, JANUARY Si, 191S. 50c. PER YEAR, IN ADVANCE AND Fd APPEAL TO FARMERS. Fato of Nation Rests Largely on an Increased Food Supply. President Wilson in his prociiiaatioi! to the people npyiesls to farmers to dd all in their power to increase the sup ply of foods. He says: I take the liberty, therefore, of ad dressing this won! to the farmers of Iho country and to all v. ho work on the farms: The supremo need of our ots nation and of the nations with which Ave are co-operating is an abundance of supplies and especially of foodstuffs. The importance of an adequate foo3 supply, especially for the present year, is superlative. "Without abundant food alike for the armies and the peoples now at Avar the whole ...

Publication Title: Record, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The record. — 31 January 1918

W'Vi,iIN,,VWVWVSV,m,M,'m A.u Independent Newspaper. PUBLISHED TIH'nsDATS BT RECORD PRESS, OniTiin T,. Roauk. Secretary. vKiEN L,. Koakk, Editor. Long-Dlstancc Telephone, No. 72. OlHce in Annex rear Koark store, ground floor. 50 CENTS PER YEAR, lit ADVANCE. TERMS. Toe subscription priee of the paper Is paya lla in advance, and when tbetime has expired o which it is paid, the paper will be stopped. Cards of thanks, obituary notices, etc., if uot longer than ten lines, will be published free. A charge of 5c. per line will be made for succee d t ag lines. No variation of tins rule to anyone. Free sample copies will be mailed. Advertisements will be inserted. A rate card wil ibe furnished on request. Address all communications and make all re mittances payable to RECORD PKESS, Greenville Ky. THURSDAY, JANUARY 31, 1918. Eocc-ed at tue Oreenville, Ky., postoflloe as second-class matter. So.Mir.oDV aks a ruling s to 'whether bdiards is a sport or an amusement. Generally speaking, it seems t...

Publication Title: Record, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The record. — 31 January 1918

1. (. &. K. LOCAL TIME CARD. NORTH BOUND. -KO. 122 Louisville Express 12.11 pm C02 Cincinnati Express 1.43 pm . 04 Louisville Limited 3.55 am 138 Central City accommodation 7.07 pm SOUTH BOUND. NO. 135 Paducah and Cairo accom 5.10 am 121 Fulton accommodation 13.11 pin 101 New Orleans special 3.43 pm 103 N. O. spec 1.22 am Stops to discharge revenue passengers from Louisville and parts beyond. May 20, 1917. W. G. Cniwrons, Agt. Traveling men have been rather scarce here tor the past fortnight. Davenetts at less prices and better upholstery at Roark's. Mr. Walker Wilkins was here from Central City on business the first of the week. Buy a Victrola from Roark on terms as easy as you want to make them. Muhlenberg is waking up, and everybody realizes by now that we are at war. Buy the best value in America piano, the Lyon & Healy, from Roark, county distributor. Better sec the Income Tax man, who will be in the county from Feb. 4 to 16. Messrs. W. A. Wickliffe and C. W. Taylor are...

Publication Title: Record, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The record. — 31 January 1918

If you would not bo forgotten us soon as you are ilcj.-id, either write things worth reading or react thin;3 woi til wriunj;. 15. 'rani; in. -.; I. .Y "HI STEER RETARDED 13 030WTH Stunting an Anuria! r.s FJeu?t cf In turficicni Feed P.ry Bs Cnly Temporary Condition. L!vg s5t;ck proi'jc'.s rre u'.o result ivtlfi I5y fnr the litrgodt pnrt of lacrosse m nmniuls is the rosult of growth. 'ijj'O youniror the animals tlio ,'iv:iliT the growth impulse. M.-my fsjetord influence tlu t-i'lt-ncy of tin animal to i'w. Anions those :iro u go, condition, gelation, Inflation and the quantity and quality o food. A given anioimt of i'od will produce mora growth m a young jivimal than on tho K.-vne animal .at; a 'sitor ago. AH the gr;r.v(Ii factors in!'.' io:!-o 1ho young n imal lunch more i vcrf ul!y than older nniniai.-. Jf an auhn.'iZ'a food supp'.y is insuf ficient for ..irias.l growth, tho animal may "no i tan!od in growth. If this d:,-o. Roll i.Vy rl J A wilt-, then -.S-' ,. V - - , Well-Fcd Her...

Publication Title: Record, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The record. — 7 February 1918

I JOB PRINTING : 2 OF QUALITY PROMPTLY DONE. PRICES : AS REASONABLE AS IS CONSIST- : ENT WITH GOOD WORK- I ! MANSHIP. : : THE RECORD : : MUHLENBERG'S OLDEST AND MOST ! SUBSTANTIAL NEWSPAPER IS UN PARALLELED AS AN ADVER I TISING MEDIUM. GREENVILLE, KY., THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 7, 1918. 50c. PER YEAR, IN ADVANCE VOL. XX. NO. 1 ike mcrm EN (Of. . TDD A rT If you would not be forgotten as soon as you are dead, either write things worth reading or read things worth writing. B. Franklin. WASH DAY MENU; 's.- PLYMOUTH ROCK IS POPULAR STEER RETARDED IN GROWTH Breed as First Originated Was of Barred Variety White Is Hardy and Adapted to Farms. The most popular of all American breeds of poultry is the Plymouth Rock. This breed as first originated was of the Barred variety, which Is yet the most popular of all the colors. Early in the breeding of Barred Ply mouth Bocks fanciers reported the ap pearance of white chicks. They were "sports" and some were bred together, producing the present variety of ...

Publication Title: Record, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The record. — 7 February 1918

cord An Independent Newspaper. rtTIi'.If-HEK THnilSDAIl ET RECORD PRESS, nr.y U. ICoakk. Scrrelary. jkikx iv. Koakk, Editor. Lous-Dlstiince Telephone, No. 72. Ortlct in Amn-i rpar Hoark store. p-oiinl Moor. 50 CfKTS PE5! TEAR, fa ADYAKCf. TKH11H. Tr.e imbssriptiuri price of the wfv ble in iiiivan.;, am wtu'ii the time n;v9 eipirea o wliicii it is paid, the paper will be stopped. Canl.s of thiiiiUs, obituary notices, etc.. if Dot longer than teu lines, will be published free. A charge of So. per Hue will be made for succee d tog lines. No variation of lUis rule to anyofi. Free sample copies will be mailed. Advertisements will be Inserted. A rate card wil Ibe furnished on request. Address all communications and make all re mittances payable to KKOOKDPKESS, . Greenville Ky. Judge Pace, Federal Food Admin istrator. Hon R. (). Pace has accepted the commission as County Federal Food Administrator, and will help the people of Muhlenberg do its full duty in the matter of food conservation. ...

Publication Title: Record, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The record. — 7 February 1918

L C R. R. LOCAL TIME CARD. ft ' SOUTH BOUND. 12ouiaville Express 12.lt pm 102 Cincinnati Express 1.43 pm 104 Louisville Limited 3.55 am 136 Central City accommodation 7.07 pm BOUTS BOUND. NO'. Paducah and Cairo accom 5.10 am )Jl Fulton accommodation 13.11 pm lr)l New Orleans special 3.43 pm 103 N. O. spec 1.22 am Stops to discharge revenue passengers from Louisville and parts beyond. May 20, 191". W. G. Cuawvord. Agt. Six day school week now. Let us show our boys in arms that we are worth fighting for. Bought for one, enjoyed by all that's the Victrola. Garden planned. work is already being Get typewriter ribbons at " this office. If the groundhog works out as well this year as he did last, we shall all be delighted. Ed. George, the colored under taker, had two springs on his hearse broken last Saturday afternoon, but the damage did not interfere with his services. You may not think so, but you will be complaining about the hot weather just as hard as you have the winter spell. Levi...

Publication Title: Record, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The record. — 7 February 1918

... t s V j $ .$ J J J .f. i IHIIHIHIHIII1II 1 CHICKEN CHATTER. mm& iiiiiHii hi ffr4'M"l"iI'i'H"l"H"I"l"H"l''t"l"l'"l"l"H" PROTECT YOUNG TREES Mico :ind rabbits like trro bnrk :is well as oii'ddron like candy, and it requires walclM'nlnoss to save youn trees from being gli' dled by these little pests. The rodents are keit away by wrapping trees with wire net-tli,;-, or even tarred building pa per; but paper is not so sure protection from mice. A six-inch mound of earth well packed around the base of the tree will help to turn away mice, and if the snow also Is 1 ramped down around the trees the mice will not be so likely to set at them, because they work under the sur face as a rul Stillest streams. Oft water Rrcomst moac.uwa; and tlu bird. That flutters least Is longest n tbo wins. Cowper. ruke and spray orchards Neglected Fruit Trees About Most Un- profitable ;ing on Farm Test at Missouri College. Docs orchard pruning and spraying pay? The answer is found in the re Milts of co...

Publication Title: Record, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The record. — 14 February 1918

' THE RECORD MUHLENBERG'S OLDEST AND MOST SUBSTANTIAL NEWSPAPER IS UN PARALLELED AS AN ADVER TISING MEDIUM. JOB PRINTING e o OF QUALITY PROMPTLY DONE. PRICES AS REASONABLE AS IS CONSIST ENT WITH GOOD WORK- I MANSHIP. 2 a o e VOL. XX. NO. 2 GREENVILLE, KY., THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 14, 1918. 50c. PER YEAR, IN ADVANCE ARSHALS AID I 1 ALL AROUND THE FARM USE OF BACTERIAL VACCINE Vaccination as Preventive for Strangles and Distemper Being Extensively Employed. The vaccination of horses as a pre routive for strangles or distemper is being extensively employed. It has been found that the cause of the dis ease warrants the use of a bacterial Vaccine. This gives assistance to na-i ture's own efforts of protection andj forms the logical means of preventing' strangles as well as other diseases) Caused by specilic organisms. The outcome of the vaccination of. horses 1ms in some instances been dis appointing. It is possible that in snchj cases the bacteria has deteriorated or become ineffective, or t...

Publication Title: Record, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The record. — 14 February 1918

It ft .3. a A-.i Independent Newspaper. Prr.I.IlIE,'! TIUMISDAYS r.T RECORD PRESS, (iiiiKii I.. Koai:K. Scoi'ftary. vtVIr.X Jy. KOAK'K, KdITOK. Lana-Clstancs Tsisphone. No. 72. Office in Anncr. rear Ec,rk t.ore, ground lloor. 50 CtfilS Ptli YlAR. in ADVANCE. Moe siibbcrip'kin pnce u tae paper 13 paya ble in aJvantf , a.'.rt wh-n the tine has expired o wtiicii it is paid, the paper villbt: stopped. Cards of thinks, obituary notk-es. etc., if cot longer th in ton lines, will be published free. A cbarpre of . p r line will be made for succeed ing lines. No variation of tiiis rule to :inyoDi. FYee sample copies will be mailed. Advertisements will be in.' ertt-.l. A rate card vril Ibe furnished on rciue.-tl. Address all communication and make all re mittances payable to KKCuKT) P1IESS, Gn-enville Ky. THURSDAY, FLBRl'AKY 14, 1918. a: tne fireeuvillt. K.V.. posu.tlife as -vonil-ll:t-j. matter I iik.-k arrf li.irk hius tor huinin iv, l"it n t loily doubts the coining ot iht: dawn. Dkovks of...

Publication Title: Record, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The record. — 14 February 1918

I. (. R. K. LOCAL TiMt CARD. NOHTU BOUSD. NO. 122 Louisville Express 1 02 Cincinnati Express 104 Louisville Limited 13 6 Central City accommodation.. SOUTH BOUND. NO. 135Paducah and Cairo accom 121 Fulton accommodation 101 New Orleans special 103 N. O. anec 12.lt pra 1.43 pm 3.55 am 7.07 pm 5.10 am 12.11 pm 3.43 pm 1.22 am Stops to discharge revenue passengers from Louisville and parts beyond. May 20, 1017. W. G. Cbawfojid, Agt. On the Fields of France. Here's to the Blue of the Wind Swept North, When we meet on the fields of France; May the spirit of Grant be over them all When the Sons of the North advance. . Here's to the Gray of the Sun Kissed South, When we meet on the fields of France; May the spirit of Lee be over them all, When the Sons of the South advance. Here's to the Blue and the Gray as one, When we meet on the fields of France; May the Spirit of God be over them all, When the Sons of the Flag advance. The automobile fever is rising. Good morning! left? Got any -coal G...

Publication Title: Record, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The record. — 14 February 1918

LP TO SAVE FOO President Calls Upon All Loyal Americans to Uni in Campaign Suggestions of Food Administration Will Enable the United States to Meet Grcr.t Responsibility 17 Prompt Action Is Taken, Declares President. ill BUS ' TELLS 'HIS THAiNiBG Of QF RED CROSS MORE SOUSE ; HOME SERVICE I "V;-:-.h:i:Uin, Jan. 2 o. Following i3 text of President Wi'-soa's food-saving pn chur.atio:i : JTmiy causes ' have corKributad to create the necessity for a more inten sive el'rert ou the part of our people to save food in order that we may sup ply our associates iu the war with the tHistcnanee vitally necessary to them ia these days of privation and -stress. The reduced productivity of Europe because of the large diversion of nian power to the war, the partial failure of harvests and the elimination of the most di.srant markets for foodstuffs through the destruction of shiyyinv., places the burden of their subsistence . . i very laijjely on our siiouiacrs. The food ad:iiir.i3tiat;on has formu la...

Publication Title: Record, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The record. — 21 February 1918

: THE RECORD : MUHLENBERG'S OLDEST AND MOST SUBSTANTIAL NEWSPAPER IS UN- I I PARALLELED AS AN ADVER-- I I TISING MEDIUM. , J : JOB PRINTING : : OF QUALITY PROMPTLY DONE. PRICES : - AS REASONABLE AS IS CONSIST-" . I ENT WITH GOOD WORK- Z : manship. : VOL. XX. NO. 3 GREENVILLE, KY., THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 21, 1918. 50c. PER YEAR, IN ADVANCE ( & f fr 4 J f 4 f CHICKEN CHATTER. WHITE DIARRHEA IS MENACE Eternal Vigilance in Sanitation Is Price of Health of Fiock Formula for Antiseptic. (By GEORGE H. GLOVER, Colorado Ag ricultural College, Fort Collins. Colo.) It is claimed that not les.4 than 50 j per cent of chickens hatched die of j white diarrhea and the loss from this disease Is greater than the combined loss from all other diseases. It is not difficult to distinguish be tween the white diarrhea and non infectious diarrhea. The latter attacks Dlder chicks and is not nearly so fatal. Incubator chicks are the most suscep tible and the disease usually appears within the first three days...

Publication Title: Record, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The record. — 21 February 1918

CORD udeni Newspaper. ,.imi:-:i Tiirr.!PATs bt JORD PRESS, Oiukv L KuiHK. Srrretarj . k'oakk, KrmiK. ong-Dl&tance Telephone, No. 72. Office in Amif x n-:wr lUmrk store, trroimtl floor. il!b PLR ItAX. 1.1 Ai'VAnlX. j sssras.T-i-. -.-r-.- .-. T..e..hWrMu'pr"t,l.evaprrl,vy..i 1.1; 1:1 :lr:iii-.-. :rl wli.-u liietlue lia't-xpirrd owhlohU is rstid.Uipi.er will b? stopped. I Cards of thanks, obituary notu-ps, etc.. if not chart;? of yer line w111 made for succeed- fig lines. No variation of this rule to anyone Kree sample copies will be mailed. Advertisements will bt inserted. A rate card vrJ Ibe furnished on rfquest. Address all ominiinicatioiis and in:tke all re mittances payable to RECOUP FRKSfS, Greenville Ky. THURSDAY, FEBRUAHY 21, .1918. Enie-e' at tue Greeuvilit, Ky., postofllce as sHcnnd-elaos matter. (Ik i the war garden Habit, bodv eise is. Every. Wnii the tender hen ofucial'.y re-1 irieved her noisy mate may well la- ment the error of his sex. Onk war like this is enough. T...

Publication Title: Record, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The record. — 21 February 1918

1. (. R. k. LOCAL TIME CARD. 2! KOBTH BOUND. NO. s 152 Louisville ExpreHs 12.11 pm 102 Cincinnati Express 1.43 pm 104 Louisville Limited 3.55 am 13 S Central City accommodation 7.07 pm ' SOUTH BOUND. KO. 135 Paducah and Cairo accom 5.10 am 131 Fulton accommodation 13.11 pm 101 New Orleans special 3.43 pm 103 N.O. spec 1.83 am Stops to discharge revenue passengers from Louisville and part9 beyond. May 30, 1917. W. G. Cbawfojid. Agt. Good morning! yet? Like your grits We will soon have maple syrup to go with our corn cakes. National holiday tomorrow, but only the banks will observe it here. People have already learned there are a number of things to eat beside wheat. Mr. E. B Martin, of Hopkinsville, is here on a visit to the Misses Hay, and othei relatives and friends. Mr. C. W. Roark was in Louis ville several days last week on busi ness. Buy a Victrola from Roark on terms as easy as you want to make them. Mr. W. H. Brizendine was Louisville on business the first the week. in of Buy...

Publication Title: Record, The
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