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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The record. — 21 February 1918

-'it HELP TO SAVE FO! President Calls Upon All Loyal Americans to Uni in Campaign Suggestions of Food Administration Will Enable the United States to Meet Great Responsibility If Prompt Action is Taken, Declares President. Washington. Jan. S. Following is text of President Wilson's food-saviug proclamation: Many causes have contributed to create tho necessity for a wore inten sive effort on the part of our people to save food in order that we may sup ply uur associates in the war with the tuisteiiance vitally necessary to them -in these days of privation and stress. The reduced productivity of Europe because of the large diversion of man power to the war, the partial failure of. harvests and the elimination of the most distant ruurheis for foodstuffs thiou?;h the destruction of shipping, places the burden of their subsistence very laiyely on our shoulders. The food administration has formu lated suggestions which, if followed, will enable us to meet this great re sponsibility. In or...

Publication Title: Record, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The record. — 28 February 1918

0 : THE RECORD : MUHLENBERG'S OLDEST AND MOST SUBSTANTIAL NEWSPAPER IS UN- : PARALLELED AS AN ADVER- t TISING MEDIUM. I JOB PRINTING : : OF QUALITY PROMPTLY DONE. PRICES : 2 AS REASONABLE AS IS CONSIST- : ENT WITH GOOD WORK MANSHIP. VOL. XX. NO. 4 GREENVILLE, KY THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 28, 19 IS. 50c. PER YEAR, IN ADVANCE 9 KiTcnm 1 PLYMOUTH ROCK IS POPULAR Breed as First Originated Was of x Barred Variety White Is Hardy and Adapted to Farms. The most popular of all American breeds of poultry is the Plymouth Hock. This breed as first originated was of the Barred variety, which Is ret the most popular of all the colors. Early in the breeding of Barred Ply mouth Bocks fanciers reported the ap pearance of white chigks. They were "sports" and some were bred together, producing the present variety of "White Plymouth Bocks. They have attained great popularity, widely bred, both for utility and fancy, and have provea ; perfectly satisfactory in either capao i Ity; ' ! They are hardy and especia...

Publication Title: Record, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The record. — 28 February 1918

f 3-3 52 W i ST f iffe jM..'W.n-..-W.n...W.'W..-."".,...'...,. An independent Kewr-paper. J'i'J'.I.IUlBIi TIlrM'.SOAYfr V RECORD PRESS, r.;;: U. IIoai'A. Sf-i-ei-)v. vJKlBX t... KOAIVK. EUITOK. Lanj-Disijxsc Tclsphcxc, No. 72. OflH-e iu At iii-.v rear Iio;n-U store. grouuJ floor. 50 CEKT.S PES YEAS. IH ADVAKCL fie -r-t.s rriwtinn price of the paper is paya ble ju .i.lviicco. auj when t'ue time has expired i wai-j it ij pail, tUi paper will be stopped. Cards of thanks, obituary notices, etc., if not longer than ten lines, will be published free. A c'isi.rjTe of or., per Hue will be made for succee. d t lg liues. No variation of this rule to anyone. Kr. sample copies will be mailed. Advertisements will be Inserted. A rate card w.l I be furnished cn request. Address all eominuuieations and make all re ulittanees payable to KKCOl'D PRESS, Greenville Ky. THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 23, 1918. Eoic-ei' at ti:e Greenville. Ky., postoflice as sei'or.rt-clans matter. - This moer has enlisted with the ...

Publication Title: Record, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The record. — 28 February 1918

1. (. R. fc. LOCAL TIME CARD. MOUTH BOUND. KO. 122 Louisville Exoreaa 12.11 lm 102 Cincinnati Express 1.43 pm 104 Louisville Limited 3.55 am 136 Central City accommodation 7.07 pm SOUTH BOUND. HO. 135 Paducah and Cairo accom 5.10 am 121 Fulton accommodation .....12.11 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. Crawpord. Apt. Good morning! Ready to make a winner war garden? Buy a Victrola from Roark on terms as easy as yo.u want to make them. Mules are in great demand, and at fancy prices, too. Worm gears, with ball-bearing points, the Victrola motor surpasses the bevel-gear motors in other ma chines to same degree it does in every other feature. Ford cars weie advanced $90 last Friday. Other cars have been ad vanced, some as much as $500. Buy the best value in America piano, the Lyoo & Healy, from Roark, county distributor. The owner refused an offer of $600 for a team of ...

Publication Title: Record, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The record. — 28 February 1918

liiiMiiiiiiiiM ALL AROUND j THE FARM m INCREASE FOOD CROPS. 1 Food Administrator Gackett Makes Provisions Known USE OF BACTERIAL VACCINE iwar ' NEWKITCHENttRD War Demands and Food Shortafid Siiculd Bo lvf.et by American Farmers. L. 1 IIi)!ist::ii. -cvlary of agricnl lino. In rorcnt. statement said in part- It is ihii,r. t'iat V.ii prreaTest r.nd i.i'St i:ni:ri:u:r service that is required (.f "H' :i r.Itmv in.der existing t'ou 7!".Ui:s is an iMilaiyed pruiluctiOii of the st.-:!.M i.;xl cnris. reeau.--e of tin; '.u)r!at' ?f sin-Ii i-rops ;;K-Li:a:l.V tlii):::v!:nt ilic world ihcro is no risk in t!;p nivir future of -x:'es.-ive prothie tlon s:;eh :;s sometimes lias resulted in i.nrt'iiiiiiH'ralivc riecs to producers. Tills is pari icukir'-.v -Irae of the vi(ii!.s :u:d of peas, beans, eowneasi' soy iieans ami 1 nick wheat: In view of the HMi'itl suireiry of food th.-ro is hardly a possibility that the prodaelion f f.!;csi erojis hy the farmers of thu l';:iteil Stales r.i.i he too jiren...

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 March 1918

V JOB PRINTING : OF QUALITY PROMPTLY DONE. PRICES : 5 AS REASONABLE AS IS CONSIST- t ENT WITH GOOD WORK- I MANSHIP. : : THE RECORD : : MUHLENBERG'S OLDEST AND MOST ? SUBSTANTIAL NEWSPAPER IS UN- I PARALLELED AS AN ADVER- S y TISING MEDIUM. : & 11- : GREENVILLE, KY., THURSDAY, MARCH 7, 1918. VOL. XX. NO. 5 50c. PER YEAR, IN ADVANCE TRENCH WARFARE DEMANDS BURLAP A VALUABLE TEAM STEER RETARDED IN GROWTH To Save Burlap, Fertiiczers and Other Commodities ttysl Be Shipped in Large-Sized ' . Bags. Jv Stunting an Animal as Result of In- i sufficient Food May Be Only i Temporary Condition. Live stock products are the result of growth. I5y far the largest part of Increase in animals is the result of growth. The younger the animals the greater the growth impulse. Many factors influence the tendency of an animal to grow. Anion; these are age, condition, gestation, lactation and the quantity and quality o food. A given nniount of food will produce more growth on a young animal than on the sa...

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 March 1918

An 1 tcit-tj!iden; if wssr'.t:r, prr.MMiK'i tii n n -ti) ays r-T RECORD PRESS, Oh:k" T, ltoAKK, Sf iveiury. uxusx Li. Koakk, Editor. Lonu-Distance Telephone, No. 72. Office in Annex re.-tr Roark store, ground floor. 50 CISTS PER YEAS, lit ADVA.1CL Tat bvibsc-riptioi price of tl:e paper Is paya ble li: aiivancf . aii'l wheu the time has expired o wtiica it i.- paid, ihc paper tiIi b? stopped. Cards uf tliauks, obllu-iry notices, etc.. if cot longer than ten :inf6, will l published free. A charge vibe, per line will W made for succeed ing lines. No variation of bUis rule to anyor.i. FYee sample copies will be mailed. Advertisements will be inserted. A rate card Wii lVe furnisnert on reijuent. Address all communications and make all re tuiUauees payable to KKt.'OUD PHESS, Oreii vll le Ky. THURSDAY, MARCH 7, 1918. Knw-rH at tue ('reenvillfe, Ky., postofiice ae 4trotil-ela4 matter. - - - This paper has enlisted with the government in the cause of America for the period of the war ANNOUNC...

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 March 1918

1. C R. K. LOCAL TIME CARD. NOBTH BOUND. HO. 122 Louisville Express 13.11 pm 102 Cincinnati Express 1.43 pm 104 Louisville Limited 3.55 am 136 Central City accommodation 7.07 pm SOUTH BOUND. NO. 135 Paducata and Cairo accom 5.10 am 131 Fulton accommodation 12.11 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. Cbawtord. Agt. Test your seed com! Auto speeders are in for strict observance. Dry weather is the thing we are needing, now. The city council was in regular session Monday night. Hear the records by the wonderful Heifets, at Roark's. The weather has been crowding up into next month, this week. War garden workers are as strong patriots as men under arms. Good morning! Selected your garden seeds yet? The training which farmers need isvto test alt seed before planting. Buy a Victrola from Roark on terms as easy as you want to make them. Some people are too yellow and black to m...

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 March 1918

NEW KITCHEN GARB Food Administrator, Sasketi Makes .Provisions - . .Known ALL AROUND -THE FARM " . "increase foci crops. f n . ft U 1 El - im lwJ . PLYMOUTH ROCK IS POPULAR Dreed a3 First Originated Was of; Barred Variety White Is Hardy j and Adapted to Farms. j Tiio most popular of all American; fcrwds of poultry is the Plymouth j Hoc!:. This breed as first originated was of the Burred variety," which Is yet the most popular of all the colors, j Tarly in the breeding of Barred Ply mouth Rocks fanciers reported the ap- pvaraneo of white chides. They were ".sport?" and some were bred together, producing the present variety of White Plymouth Ilocks. They have attained great popularity, widely bred, both for utility and fancy, and have proven perfectly satisfactory la cither capac ity. Thoy are hardy and especially adapt rd to farms. The hens lay large dark brown eggs of a grade much sought la certain localities. The chicks are vigorous, strong and nctive, and grow exceptionally fast o...

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 March 1918

THE RECORD : JOB PRINTING : : OF QUALITY PROMPTLY DONE. PRICES J AS REASONABLE AS IS CONSIST- Z ENT WITH GOOD WORK- I X MANSHIP. : 2 MUHLENBERG'S OLDEST AND MOST ; I SUBSTANTIAL NEWSPAPER IS UN- PARALLELED AS AN ADVER- I Z TISING MEDIUM. ; GREENVILLE, KY., THURSDAY, MARCH l, 1918. VOL. XX. NO. 6 50c. PER YEAR, IN ADVANCE STEER RETARDED IN GROWTH Stunting an Animal as Result of In sufficient Food May Be Only .Temporary Condition. Live stock products are the result of growth. By far the largest part of Increase In animals is the result of growth. The younger the animals the greater . the growth impulse. Many factors influence the tendency of an. animal to grow. Anions these are age, condition, gestation, lactation and the quantity and quality o food. A given: amount of food will produce more growth on a young animal than on the same animal at a Viter age. All the growth factors influence the young an- itnal much more powerfully than older animals. j If an animal's food supply is insul...

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 March 1918

An independent Newapaper. , -v , PTTi:i.I?!IKD TIHTHHI)AT KT RECORD PRESS, Okiitn I,. RoaRK. brn-trtary. Long-Distance Telephone. No. 72. Oitie: in AtiTioji roar R.tt,i-k store, prouml floor. 50 Cm, Pill YtAB. IN ADVAKCf. TEHMS. Tiii 1 ...ci'ipliuii j.rii1" of li.t j.apor Is p:iya l.l in .wi:er , ami wlitMi lUetinu h-14 .i pitvd o wiitr-n (. is piiii!, ihf paper will lie stopped. Oar. Is f tiaiiiis. obiniary notices, n-., if not lon?!.r limn wn linos, will bp puilisinl free. A i:liari,Tu: nr. per line will be mailt for sucoee d figliutM. Nu variation of this rule to anyon. ."Yt finrplf copies will be mailed. Advertisements will be inserted. A rate card w.l Ibe furniKlied on reijiiest. Address all eomm n nidations ami make all re mittances pajaXle to HB'OKl) PKKSS, Greenville Ivy. THURSDAY, MARCH 7, 1918. E'ltcdl at tue Greenville, Ky.. postofliee as eeond-eli;ss matter. - This paper has enlisted with the government in the cause of America for the period of the war ANNOUNCEMENTS. I'o...

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 March 1918

1. C. K. R. 10CAL TIME CARD. hOKTU BOUND. KO. j 122 Louisville Express.. 12.11 pm (02 Cincinnati Express 1.43 pm 104 Louisville Limited 3.55 am 136 Central City accommodation 7.07 pm SOUTH BOUND. NO. 135 Paducah and Cairo accom 5.10 am 121 Fulton accommodation 12.lt 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. CBiWTOBD, Agt. Test your seed corn! Spring equinox next Thursday. In just a week, days and nights will be of equal length. Mr. Leslie Hale spent the week end in Louisville. Buy a Victrola, as prices are sure to jump. It is simple, but highly important, so test your seed. Golden Star furniture polish, best made, at Roark's. Mr. Wm. Martin was in Louisville on business the first of the week. Time for Roark's furniture polish cheapest and best. Mr. Ellis Ford ppent a few days in Louisville on business matters the first of the week. Buy the best value in America piano, the Lyon...

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 March 1918

. it M Lsl f E HELP TO S AVE FO 4 USE OF BACTERIAL VACCINE President Calls Upon All Loyal Americans to Uni in Campaign Suggestions of Food Administration Will Enable the United States to Meet Great Responsibility If Prompt Action Is Taken, Declares President. Washington, Jan. 28. Following is text of President Wilson's food-savins Vnccinatieii as Preventive for Strangles End Distemper Being Extensively Employed. The vaccination of horsos as a pre-i fentive for strangles or distemper is' tfin oxirnsivoly employed. It has teen found that the cause of the dis ?asR warrants the use of a bacterial; racclne. This givos assistance to na-j proclamation: lure's own efforts of protection and i Many causes have contributed to Forms the logical means of preventing create the necesslty for a more inteu- stranjrU'S as well as other diseases i . . t, . . , .,. . i sive effort on the part of our people caused by specihc organisms. . , ., . A. x The outcome of the vaccination of) to save food m orue...

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 March 1918

e THE R JOB PRINTING e a : MUHLENBERG'S OLDEST AND MOST f SUBSTANTIAL NEWSPAPER IS UN l PARALLELED AS AN ADVER- TTcmn METMfTlVI I OF QUALITY PROMPTLY DONE. PRICES ; AS REASONABLE AS IS CONSIST- : ENT WITH GOOD WORK- Z ! MANSHIP. : 0 MAH 2 I 91H GREENVILLE, KY.f THURSDAY, xMfetl 110)18. VOL. XX. NO. 7 50c. PER YEAR, IN ADVANCE 7 'ACE the FACTj 4v 'WW mil I in iiiiwimni mi in mmi STEER RETARDED IN GROWTH USE OF BACTERIAL VACCINE Vrccinaticn as Preventive for Strangles and Distemper Being Extensively Employed. Stunting an Animal as Result of In sufficient Food May 'Be Only Temporary Condition. Live slock products are the result of growth. By far the largest part of Increase in animals 1s the result of growth. The younger the animals the greater the growth impulse. Many factors influence the tendency, of an animal to grow. Anions these are age, condition, gestation, lactation and the quantity and quality of food. A given amount of food will produce more growth on a young animal than on ...

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 March 1918

5 at A u I tide pendent Aewspaper. riTBT.IfllED THCKHDATf T.T RECORD PRESS, Okikw li. Roakk. Secretary- okibn Jv. Koakk, Editor. Loas-Qistance Telephone, No. 72. Oftlee iu Annex rear Koark store, ground floor. 50 CUS PfS YEAS. IN ADVANCE. TBRMS. Tne subscription price of the paper is paya bli in svlvatu''. :iul when. the time 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 n. per line will be made for succeed tig lines. No variation of this rule to anyone. Kree sample copies will be mailed. Advertisements will be inserted. A rate card wil I be furnished on request. Address all communications and make all re mittances payable to RECORD PRESS, Greenville Ky. THURSDAY, MARCH 21, 1918. E-ii-ed at tue Greenville, Ky., postoffice as scoiid-e'aR matter. This paper has enlisted with the government in the cause of America for the period of the war ANNOUNCEMENTS. We arc sintim...

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 March 1918

LOCAL C. I.R. R. TIMf CARD. KOUTU BOUND. KO. 122 Louisville Express 12.11 pm 102 Ciuciunati Express 1.43 pm 104 Louisville Limited 3.55 am 136 Central City accommodation...-,. 7.07 pm SOUTH BOUND. NO. 135 Paducah and Cairo accom 5.10 am 121 Fulton accommodation 12.11 pm 101 New Orleans special 3.43 pm 103 N.O. spec I-2; am Stops to dWcharjte revenue pasbengers from Louisville and parts beyond. May 20, 1917. ' W. G. Crawford Agt. Be a producer. Make first, and then save. Good morning! Started your garden yet? Buy a Victrola, as prices are sure to jump. Join the Boys Working Reserve, and do your bit. Stop, look, loosen! Buy a Vic trola from Roark. Mrs. C. W. Roark is in Louisville for a few days shopping. Golden Star furniture polish, best made, at Roark's. Speed up, whatever you are doing, for these times demand it. Now the Government is planning to take over the express companies. Buy a Victrola from Roark on terms as easy as you want to make them. Coal operations have been shut oft...

Publication Title: Record, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The record. — 21 March 1918

T HELP TO SAVE F0 President Calis Upon All Loyal Americans to Uni in Campaign SiiriGtEtiCilS of Feed Administration Will Enable the Unitod States to Meet Great Responsibility If Prompt Auction Is Taken, Declares President. Y-.shi::g'.on, J-n. 12o Following is text oi President Wi'.son'ts food-savk'.g proclamation: M;:p.y causes have contribv.Ud to crea:e the necessity for a more inten sive effort on the part of our people to save food in order that we may sup ply our associates in the war with tho sustenance vitally necessary to them in these day of privation and stress. The reduced productivity of Europe because of the large diversion of man power to the war, the partial failure of harvests and the elimination cf the mot distant markets for foodstuff tkro;i:;'.i the destruction of shipping, places the burden of ihcir subsistence very hugely on our shoulders. The food administration has formu lated sux"i0?t.lcn3 which, if fallowed, will enable us to meet thi3 great ro Dronr,i!)j'.it...

Publication Title: Record, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The record. — 28 March 1918

W -J 1 JOB PRINTING""'! OF QUALITY PROMPTLY DONE. PRICES Z 2 AS REASONABLE AS IS CONSIST- , ENT WITH GOOD WORK- Z 2 MANSHIP. THE RECORD 9 a M H VI S-r Klin IrST MM v MUHLENBERG'S OLDEST AND iMOST oUnbTAJN 1 1AL JNliWoi Al r.K lb UJN- ? PARALLELED AS AN ADVER- 2 2 TISING MEDIUM. VOL. XX. NO. S GREENVILLE, KY., THURSDAY, MARCH 28, 1918. 50c. PER YEAR, IN ADVANCE 1 rr YUnfa iliflJ lifliciliirJ LIVE bhs. M V U - :ii DDnrcPT vnimn cdiiit tdcco UUfe . . KmiU USE OF Snow Should Be Firmly Packed to W&vSJ s" --llJ'- Prevent Girdling by Rabbits . yOT V . H' 'gr&uj and Field Mice. jT W T HABITS OF RED-TAILED HAWK Entitled to Protection Because of In sistent Warfare on Various Ro dents in Orchards. - The red-tailed hawk, or "hen-hawk," iis it is commonly culled, is one of the best known of all our birds of prey, and is a widely distributed species of great economic importance. Its hab it of sitting on some prominent limb or pole in the open, or flying with meas ured wing beat over prair...

Publication Title: Record, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The record. — 28 March 1918

An, Independent Newspaper. PlT.l.IFllED TUliSDATS 15 T RECORD PRESS, Orpin L. JIoakk. Secrftjiry. vJU'lKN ij. KOAKK, EDITOK. Long-Distance Telephone, No. 72. OHae in Auuei r;.ir Uo;irk store, j-rrouud tioor. 53 miS m YiAR. 131 ADVANCE. TEKMS. Ta Hii'nnpriptloii price of t)ic jiiip-i-i p:i ya Ki-i in auviuioe, ;.n J vrhrn the timt". Mas expired o wuiuii it i.-i paiU, the paper villbe stepped. Cards of th.iiks, obituary rotlcs, t.tc. if not lonjrcr than ten lines, will 1st; published frte. A charge of 5o. j)er line will be made for sueoee d tig liues. No variation of this rule to auyori, F?e sample copie3 will be mailed. Ad verti&-inents will be inserted. A rate card wil I be fui-uihct ou request. Address all vomuAiiaications ,iml nisVe all re mittances payable to KKOOKD PH-EScS, tirennvilie Ky. THURSDAY, MARCH 28, 1918. E.nin' at tue Gi-of!nTil!rr, My., postoffiee aa ond-flass matter. - - - This paper has enlisted with the government in the cause of America for the period of the ...

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

LOCAL C.LR. R. TINE CARD. "Vim f . -'T5; 1 NORTH BOUND. SO. 122 Louisville Express 13.11 pm 102 Cincinnati Express 1.43 pm 104 Louisville Limited 3.55 am 136 Central City accommodation 7.07 pm 80CTH BOUND. SO. 135 Paducah and Cairo accom 5.10 am 121 Fulton accommodation 12.11 pin 101 New Orleans special 3.43 pm 103 N.O. spec 1-22 am Stops to discharge revenue passengers Irom Louisville and parts beyond. May 20, 1917. W.G. Crawford. Agt. Next Sunday is Easter. Get a Victrola trom Roark for Easter. A Hudson super-six has joined the colony of high class cars here. Say the word to Roark and you can have a Victrola for Easter. War Saving Stamps sales at school this week amounted to $100.50, which is the largest sale made. Buy the best value in America piano, the Lyon & Healy, from Roark, county distributor. ' Gardens are looking fine, and greater efforts than ever before are being made along this line. Buying Liberty Bonds is not a do nation to the government, but the safest investme...

Publication Title: Record, The
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