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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The record. — 2 May 1918

IMlliii wki i rnsrisa UNCLE hjtilyslLLLthO V -rOo ri hlliioL SMKt 0 LluLi! jf Oui'iuu flUitii'JlSL mW mi Names cf f.'cn Failing in Duty on Fi'e i'i Wacl'.inntcn. SAVING OF BREEDING STOCK Fops oi the Third Liberty lcr.u is sue throughout the United 'S'.atcs will be lifted aad their manes placed on file in the Treasury Dt'iaruncnt, vi:tre s?ceret ;;e; viee agents will have .'.tec to them al a!l uiacsf. The scv err.l million liberty Lund saI.jL.nJcn throughout the country will carry yel low ends turiiished by the so v em inent, i;p::n which they wiii write th.: r.arnc, uddrcd.4 and objections of all persons who refuse to buy a bond. Wlicadfc; p;rson shows an atiitudo hostile to the loan the aalesiiian will t'.i:c eiit a yellow eard and toil him it v. ilf be netoi-iiary to get his name and ad-rt ;;:; and an e::a'jt fctatemi'iit &a o v. by he will not subscribe, so that it j ir.ay be filed with the District Liberty 'Loan Ccnieiittee and also in tho Treasury Dej.-arlmout at Washington...

Publication Title: Record, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The record. — 9 May 1918

THE RECORD JOB PRINTING :muhlenbercs oldest and most substantial n ewspaper is un l paralleled as an adver- I TISING MEDIUM. ; OF QUALITY PROMPTLY DONE. PRICES I AS REASONABLE AS IS CONSIST ENT WITH GOOD WORK MANSHIP. VOL. XX. NO. 14 GREENVILLE, KY., THURSDAY, MAY 9, 1918. 50c. PER YEAR, IN ADVANCE mmmm t 4 A. MODERN FARMING Modern fanning is reaching into what but a few years past we spoke of as scientific farm- ing. The modern farmer of this age has to deal with principles $ as well as facts to succeed in ! competition with his neighbor, Who has already availed hiin- i Keif of the working principles that govern the production of ; . Much of the credit Y i for this condition must he given to the painstaking practical re- search work of the colleges, J which has' demonstrated cause and effect in practical agricul- J ture. An experiment that does not demonstrate the principles X that govern the results is not complete and should not be ac- $ cepted as reliable evidence on j which to ...

Publication Title: Record, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The record. — 9 May 1918

Am Independent tws)iaper. 2Tlll.l.-UKll TUURnUAT ET ' . RECORD PRESS, Ohikn I,. Koahk. Si'civ tary. vrfiKN I. KOAKK, KDITOK. Lcnp'Distence Telephone, No. 2. OiKce in Auiitx "oar KoarV. store, j; round floor. 50 CENTS m YEAR, IN ADVANCE. TUKMS. The subscription price of tho pv-r Is paya ble in ttiivanct, ivuJ when thp lime Uuh pirtil o which it ia p;iiU, V'ae paper wi.l l stowU. longer than ten linos, will le pt;t'.tsHt'.t (roc, A i charpe of ae. per line will l i:.k,le (or uccrr J-! tag lines. No variation of lius ru'.e o atiyoi. Free sample copies will Imp tu.t'.sl. j Adrertisements will be iuscrtl. A ratccnrU ! wil lbe furni.sheil on reqxiesi. Address Ilnimmuiii-;iUis siul all re- I mittances parable 10 K KiV:l I'K KsS. ! ii'fi"!! vine K TllUKSDAY, MAY 9. WS. E uc-ei' at tue GreenriUt. Ky., postotT.cc as r'eoiid-c'i'ss matter- - - This caper has enlisted with the government in the cause of America for the period of the war - ANNOUNCEMENTS. l-or Con jri-ots. IV e sire "Oi ii".ei to...

Publication Title: Record, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The record. — 9 May 1918

LOCAL (. L k. R. TIME CARD. NOttTH BOUND. NO. 12.11 pra 1.43 pm 3.55 am 7.07 pm 122 Louisville Express 102 Cincinnati Express 104 Louisville Limited 136 Central City accommodation SOUTH BOUND. NO. 135 Paducab and Cairo accom 121 Fulton accommodation 101 New Orleans special ma w rv uTtn Stops to discharge revenue passengers from Louisville and parts Deyonu. May 20, 1917. W. G. Cbawpobd. Apt, .. 5.10 am ..12.11 pin .. 3.43 pm .1.22 am The White is King. Red Cross Week, May 20-27. Some special wallpaper bargains at Roark's. Women Id War Work. There is not a task being perform ed to win this war in which our patriotic women are not engaged, from nursing at the front to all sorts of duties back home. More than ever before in the world's history is it being recognized that woman has as important a sphere as mat. In this Third Liberty Loan, all over the country, the women have secur ed a very large share ot the sub scriptions. Muhlenberg has been in the front on this line, as in all others...

Publication Title: Record, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The record. — 9 May 1918

mam mmmmmm&snwi SURc; EiLlLNEEDSHELFT Ill TOOL! Hy WYNCMK KING, in Louisville Herald, April 11, 191S. Make Weeded Repairs on Machin cry Before Str.ing Rush. E iliPTHI Ik SAVINGS INCH ft Tl 1 SETTiNG THE PACE AMONG K'EMJCKY EDUCATORS PEOPLE ARt LEARNING HABITC OF THRIFT, SAY BANKERS. r Deposits (n Savings Departments i Show Little Effect From Purchases I of Liberty Bonds and Stamps. I Louisville, Ky. The April Trade Letter of the Union National Bank ol Louisville, just being sent ctu . ovei Kentucky by that prosperous institu tion, contains valuable infonr.ation tliat should be read by every bunher in ihs entire state. With reference .tc the War Savings campaign the letter Jias the following: "efore the outbreak of the war, tho normal savings of the American people "re placed at from $5,000,000,- 000 to $(T,tr"0,00-a,000 per year. Today they are ei?v;niated around 15,000,' "OCO.OOO. As cail be seen it is possible, indeed, essential ill fit we finance the war as far as practicable...

Publication Title: Record, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The record. — 16 May 1918

TEE RECORD 9 O o e o o a o o o o JOB PRINTING ' : OF QUALITY PROMPTLY DONE. PRICES : AS REASONABLE AS IS CONSIST- ENT WITH GOOD WORK- 2 MANSHIP. 2 MUHLENBERG'S OLDEST AND MOST I SUBSTANTIAL N 11 WSPAPER IS UN- IS 5 ifi IL JBJ o o e o PARALLELED AS AN ADVER TISING MEDIUM. o o o sot VOL. XX. NO, 15 GREENVILLE, KY., THURSDAY! 31 A Y 16. 1918. 50c. PER YEAR, IN ADVANCE f 5 -A rJr f M-v drawn throu2h F?JbT3 The American Red Cross r5 r'-i ! V "'ill' . -: .: I.- . -. .V. v TJ i .!. ' ,3 fj-s 1 ':; 18 rm my !:'; Si tor IV'".I s;i I.I A y Cuvjll.j -TTTTa-raT .-.j-?.. 1 : t.i'.. .i....; : -yry -r.irt ::rgr- q q!---te r m? Miap m save '"Perhap It Was Your Red Cross Dollar That Gave This Broken Filer His , Chance to From the ground they could see that there was something the matter with his machine. Aud even while they watched through their glasses he be gan to fall. A minute later the little Ford ambu lance was puffing its way across the five miles of shell-stricken road that lay between them ...

Publication Title: Record, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The record. — 16 May 1918

a A-.i ludc'pvudtiin AewspHitr. n:r.l.lMIEU THI'UCWATS I1T RECORD PRESS, vVAR SAVINGS STAMPS DURING LIBERTY LOAN CAMPAIGN Ml,KK, Kiutok. I nnC'Diitsace Telephone. Yo. 72. Oi'ilce tu Aaat'i reyr XloarU store , ruuiiU Hoor. so cms Hit im. m advakce. w7' pjmcRA'.wM sxvifics oomima PMM A. VAN0n.l L.MIM MM . ONV SAM ttHTflft fTATtf OF AMCMCA NATIONAL WAR SlMNGS COMMITTEE . M-WMfMlT WOK t .' '.Atsaanr' mtMAL Binteteaa mB.rLiww JOHHF.HA.R,. MHnaw a. mupp T.ie si bM!i'i(ti'in ;ri-r of thr paper la pays b!;i iu .ni -iiiu--, iiini .-fciTi the time has ejc pit ed o wbicti it in ins.i.1, the paver wl)i tie stopped. Cards tif Ukhi '.:. olntiwiry notions, ofc. If uot longer than tut, lines, will Ik; pn bushed free. A chivree of be. per liu will be made for auceeed tag lines. No variation of thin rule to anyone. free sample copies will be mailed. Advertisements will be inserted. A rate card wil I be furnished ou rennesit. Address at', communications and make all re mittances payable to RECORD PRES...

Publication Title: Record, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The record. — 16 May 1918

) 1? NO t ( lOttll (. R. R. TIME CAW. KOUTfl BOOKD., S J-iontsTiHo F.-trtirsJ;. J02 Cincinnati Exvre.sS 04 Louisville AmwA . Hi urn 36 Central City acconnnodatioiiTYT... ." 7.07 pm SOVTH BOUND. Mo. " .'..f; 135 Paducali aDil Cairo accoin 5.10 am 121 Fulton. accommodation 13-1 1 P" 101 New Orleans special 3.43 pro 03N.Cn6pe '.l.SJam Stops tov.dischunie revenue passengers from Louinrtlla .nrl n.ai ta bovond. May Sf;M7. J bViqJtiv'Znnli' scU" t The:.White- re-king.; " r. Red; Cross: Notes, . Wcare so indeed of shee pillow cases in the woorkroora to use on tables whileowe' areiofclSSl o n g a u .; : If y $u ? h ay e otae j 6 u have !Ad$,asid $v$Jl pldfse bring fthxrty to the rkro&m with yon the next -time ftfVcorae? ii In April we shipped six boxes. Tticsendqdeti kmld Si?"'1! surgical dressings and a special of- er. Another shipment of knitted goods, went out last week. We want o ;;77 ; A; Kig;ht Sort of SoldiF-UtteF. :ts jj&gd $ ?Snil:'letterl Red Cross Week, May 20 27. Some sp...

Publication Title: Record, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The record. — 16 May 1918

.:t.i . . ."J J !.v raw The aristocrat of the Victor Family 7irat T" r -iinini iiimiimih i in Hi AMERICA OF -FAITH AMD HOPE By GEO. W. GOETHALS . Acting Quartermaster Gcnerct aiff if 7VEnV American citizen should be proud of the American Crcj. It isi?.ily, indeed hourly, giving an example ot rntrcy to th; wliolo world. Through its operations the suiTenrri of so'uliors and civilians is being alleviated. The An;e:;i.m people should continue to support the Arr.orioun fiod Cro?3. Through it they are helping their own i. en and helping the allies. Through it they are making Atrieri.u the symbol of faith and hope in a distracted world GEO. W. GOETHALS, - Acting Quartermaster General. THE BOY IN KHAKI By IC. C. B. 1 S.UW U lliotii(.T. Ana lifr brown dad boy. And lira nl ta;r uU. And "Goodby, sou.' And saw uim. Kiss her tears away, i And go. And Lours passed. And in the darkness. Of my room. 1 lay. And all tlio picture?. That the day had '.!ravc Came back. And She was there. And He was ther...

Publication Title: Record, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The record. — 23 May 1918

GREENVILLE, KY., THURSDAY, MAY 23, 1918. VOL. XX. NO. 16 50c. PER YEAR, IN ADVANCE GOOD W3AD5 FAME FROM ITS GOOD ROADS Improved Streets, Smooth and Dust leas Highways Around Philadel phia Advertises City. Good streets and smooth, dustless country roads, have been a means of advertising and giving added Impor tance to Philadelphia, not only through out the United States and Canada, but abroad, according to William II. Con nell, chief of the bureau of highways, Philadelphia Inquirer states. Highway experts from scores of American and European cities, as well as engineers representing practically every state In this country, have studied the progress made by Philadel phia In dealing with one of the great est of municipal problems, that of road construction and maintenance, and ' Improved Road Near Philadelphia. have requested information regarding the specifications used, the processes followed and other data pertaining to the work as carried on In this city, Cfcitf Connell sold. . Vvi...

Publication Title: Record, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The record. — 23 May 1918

;.r J" . tlTTviP' f3 A. 1 !loVp:Ml(leilt jSVw.p.ijH'r, i'i-r.i im:ki Titl'r.M'AY r.Y ; p s ? J P n f v C ora-iii&tatice Tr.isnhcnv.. no. 72. 1 O .:; i:i Aw.fi ro.tr B.o:.rV. tfiiM-c. jrrosn.1 ihiur. : : !" .A . e abivriiui yii-i1 nr" 1 11 e T'inii'r Is piiyn.- !;'. i'i ,:iv;u -i-H. :mih when . ait- time :ir.s cxynni : o v.'.i:'.i it U t-' iiii, tie paper vill he stoppetl. I rr.-! .f ta-inus. oho.ry noti-s. .. if uot I'nvr'T th;;ii tfi! inn's, ivill tu-pullislu(l fro". A of:.-, j.cv !..,'. will he made for sw.-ereil- I'i ! Dili's. Jo a.i'!;mu of f.ti ; ruli- t n ;m von". ! .... ... " 1 v 1 . .ioiri;nnm ui i,ti:i,r,IU' In iinyoo'.. ! f 0s.tr.p1e copies will ue r.:ui"u. 1 .lilverii.icr.tentH wili be inserted. A nueonrd ; T.M! i btf 'ununited 011 roquet. Alros.v :i ri .oniiiirju-HHons ;ini niiiUe a!1 re-ir.itta-.ienb pyaVl. to lJO lil l'i:V.M, iir'ervi!i Ky. THURSDAY, MAY 23, lf;lS. t je tireer.viiie, K . , pustofilce as i his oaDcr has enlisted rath the government in the cause of A...

Publication Title: Record, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The record. — 23 May 1918

LOCAL I. (. R. R. TIME CARD. NORT11 BOUND. 22 Louisville Express !02 Cincinnati Express 04 Louisville Limited 136 Central City accommodation. BOCTIl BOUND. .12.11 pro . 1.43 pm . 3.55 am . 7.07 pm 5.10 am 135 PH.diie.iih and Cairo accom 121 Fulton accommodation 12.11 pm 101 New Orleans special 3.4:1 pin 103 N.O. spec 1.22 m Stops to discharce revenue passengers from Louisville and parts beyond. May 20, 1917. W. G. Crawford. Apt. The White is King. Red Cross Week, May 20 27. Greenville Chautauqua, June 20 24- Remember this is Red Cross Week and remember it liberally. Some special wallpaper bargains at Roark's. War gardening gives one a peace appetite. Get wall paper at Roark's and save money. Don't do your bit and quit, but do your best, then rest. Sewing machines, needles, sup plies of all sorts at Roark's. The season ticket sale tor our Chautauqua will be started soon. Service Flag Dedicated Last Sunday. A service flag was dedicated at the Methodist church last Sunday morn ing. Mr....

Publication Title: Record, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The record. — 23 May 1918

ENORMOUS WASTE IN WINTER Minnesota Dairy Expert Makes Start ling Statement as to Amount of Mi!k That Is Wasted. Three and one-half billion pounds of milk are practically wasted in the dairy states every winter. Tins makes 21,000,000 pounds every day. The fore going is a startling statement, but Ii. M. Washburn of the division of dairy husbandry, Minnesota College of Agri culture, says it is true. The farmer feeds most of his skim milk to hogs. This milk, fed to hogs, produces only HO per cent of its energy value in edi ble pork. Eighty per cent of its ener gy value is lost. Mr. Washburn says, though, that some milk is necessary to start pigs off strongly. Much more of the energy value of the skim milk will be saved if it is made into cottage cheese. Every 100 pounds of skim milk, says Mr. Wash burn, is equivalent to 20 pounds of or dinary meat, and will make 15 pounds of cottage cheese. The cheese con tains about one-third more protein and one-third less energy than meat, nd is ther...

Publication Title: Record, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The record. — 30 May 1918

VOL. XX. NO. 17 GREENVILLE, KY.f THURSDAY, J 31 AY 30. 1918. 50c. PER YEAR, IN ADVANCE : 111 iife'il BREEDING AGE FOR HEIFERS Time Depends Largely on Develop ment and Season of Year Cool Season Is Favored. The age at which hoifers should freshen depends largely upon their development and the season when it is .desired to have most; of the cows freshen. Although the, larger breeds do not mature at so early an age as the smaller ones, in most cases it is pos sible by liberal feeding to obtain suffi- Splendid Dairy Heifer. cient growth so that heifers may profit ably be bred to freshen at two years of age. It is seldom desirable for a heifer to freshen at an earlier avge. In deciding upon the time to breed, the size and development should be 'given greater consideration than the age, since it is important thai the heif er have good growth by the time she freshens. However, if allowed to be come too mature before breeding, es pecially in the case. of animals tliat are heavily fed, there...

Publication Title: Record, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The record. — 30 May 1918

i t fe 0 lit: feitfetyKD A'! Jack-; pendent l.l.-'M- 4 ,; .i ;'i X i? . a U U . . II'.RN I, I. Iillllv iM'r '.111 X. ir .'J :t.i:i: i v.-i..- ti-,e uu.o aw.xpired o ii i i. '.ce -;ive.r wi'I stepped. C'v..t.:, ii' 'fi.ii. I.-,. Diiiii'iir;- mi. let-, etc.. it not lrr;r i' i:-.ri i n itt'3t vi)t pnbiis'-it'tl fre A iS v.ry-- r5 -. ni-.-r.i'f wj.j tot: ui:ule icir succeed-t-ij; l:'j. 'Sn "ififilior. o lhi'i-ii!p ii ityoP. r)v ''.n tlr tropics i'.l ho muilPd. VJ v-vr; - i.-:'ti r- will If inserted. A rate card vr ; i' ;.; Ttvl oti reijiitvt,. A'.'it. o- a :l fomimuiii.'atio'js nrt m:il'' all re a", i t. i .en-f s p.yHkt.lt' to KKCdl'D l'l.jioS, (5 vt ;'D vil It Ky. THURSDAY JUY 20, 151S. t'jp (i '.'. vil'f , Ky., pou'O'lii-t-;3 -- Vi-k rrr?rr' SiiKiA - - This paper has enlisted with the government in the cause of America for the period of the war Yi.'t hii : ..''I to it ni-"i'iir i jm'.y u. m:Mi.i;r.r in' V.'.'ii 'Tii I'oiirl.i, h c-iniili'liitr for (.'oii-rrrs tr i! I hi" 'l'lii''l om...

Publication Title: Record, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The record. — 30 May 1918

LOCAL I. (. fc. ft. TIME CARD. KOUTU BOOND. NO. S2 Louisville Express....' 12.11 pro 02 Cinciunatl Express 1.43 pm 04 Louisville Limited 3.55 am 1 36 Central City accommodation 7.07 pm SOUTH BOtJXD. NO. 135 Paducah and Cairo at-com 5.10 am 131 Fulton accommodation 12.11 pin 101 New Orleans special 3.43 pm 103 N. O. spec 1.2? am Stops to discharge revenue passengers from Louisville and parts beyond. May 20, 1917. W. O. Crawford, Agt. Decoration Day. The White is King. "Work or fight" is right. Chautauqua here, June 20.24. Some special wallpaper bargains at Roark's. Muhlenberg is likely to soon be on the map as an oil producer. Roark for pianos, Victrolas, re cords, cabinets. Mark in red June 17-22, and be ready to come when it does. , Have E. N. Martin do your press ing and clothes repair work. Do your bit, or not a whit of mercy will be shown you by German autocrats. Small rooms can be papered at half, from Roark's remnants. The week of June 17-22 will be a great one for the ladies ...

Publication Title: Record, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The record. — 30 May 1918

wi HllMililMUpll liilllKiiMIIlIl 11 I 3 P : i U 1 iH If-' v:i .1.M PIT i..W a. ''V - W j::r.;.s and "tlit-a says" arot itt'te; be v:i re For an viZfZ on o Ivo en, and a 'they say" once spokea. V Will ncvpr. no never, Lcroma whole by repair. The aristocrat of the Victor Family 21 silage to stock r!c C.Mcr or More Economical Feed fs F.cvr.-'s fcr Finished Steele for Market. (IVcr-ared ly Ijo l:.uc.l Slates JX'a.ori ra.or.t. of AsricaUurc.) A." :i ai.aaaa .r lini: had r!oek th-:v ia, i I.vIUt vioao rcKiouWeal i-.vd than .si l: fcr it. i.v(H:as kirjre dally rain :r.!'i aids ia k aa-alng 1 lie : ::'::::!!.-! m :i haal'Jiy oondit im y-o that Ihc-y enn h::r.;!!-.5 ot'i'T feed. more cf-fi-'-livlr. An adva'.da.a i;i feeding ::!.;"; 1 i,..r .uf th i;;;,t is :fu-n ovor !.!.;. i, i3 that it a:! la:; 11 o faadar to carr.-- LI.-'. .'.;'.: '. ; a ;:;: tinia so r.s ! vrr a i.-rii o iL'V!'! a..-ion ''.'. :r-k-. t. :;?;( r.is-5 ran l o ;mf.laliy v.?vi o :;?;;,:.::.'.!!. yn.: ::rc fur loars 'i:rii:x :...

Publication Title: Record, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The record. — 6 June 1918

THE RECO RD JOB PRINTING :MUHLENBERG'S , OLDEST AND MOST SUBSTANTIAL NEWSPAPER IS UN- 1 PARALLELED AS AN ADVER- 2 TISING MEDIUM. rkPHTTAT TTV PROMPTI V nnN? PDTPI7Q AS REASONABLE AS IS CONSIST t ENT WITH GOOD WORK- I ,MANSHIP. i m GREENVILLE, KY., THURSDAY, JUNE 0, 1918. VOL. XX. NO. IS 50c. PER YEAR, IN ADVANCE mm IMrea 124.1 icu Mm DAIm PffJITRY SELECT DAIRY COW BY TYPE Milk Production and Reproduction Are Essential Functions Rec ords Are Lacking. The essential functions of the dairy cow are milk production and repro duction. According to L. W. Wins, Jr., of the Missouri College of Agriculture, the most accurate methods of deter mining these are : (1) Milk production by means of the milk scales and the Babcock test; (2) Reproduction by breeding records. There is only a small proportion of the cows used for dairy purposes on which such records are kept. This ne- . Mill 1 . , 4 i- illi pi ar Champion Dairy Cow. cessitates the employment of some other method of selection. In the bree...

Publication Title: Record, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The record. — 6 June 1918

The Following Qrgmi&ikns .rc A Fr.rt 9? Tin Artists ' ASEBICAW GLEE CLUB A:iv. .her '.alkinjj r.mchine may be hid-;- .oty, at any season, bai Vic v, 1,' tU-lil,., i i m cia:y tinier, greater tn.m at.y o? them, has .'Hv.MKl'-Mlt AC'.Vi1 ..-?)- "."PI I. ii Ml I'HT. -Tl.O'. l-r i v " , v r r r O r .-irK-.-i hu point w here all !. met, and at this season the s -J '' is vrr? sh a r;, mH over th:: wct'tl. " Tht--re ii a reason," which i".-.)ark can deiiionstrate to tin; T, Art. s fleiiht Ct anyone. i.rr, rt ,n .0 1 gw?? 'tv -r y ys w? iy)i h M. MrK : 'tmmmS m V t . . i i ti r-1 . v.-i.- ;. .',' 5 ".' -. t; ..;. ! . ".. !f C!f I .' V ' I - ' I ;: V. It- I) '' .-- ft"';. A ,-'' ')i .- . ;;,; 'viC !!' wi.i,-. ,'lr S'l.-.!;0 J t i, o,.i-:;. .V" f U'wit'vn ' ..mi.- !! 4'- ;:h.., or' i ti-i Mo cpii-s will Yr nniil. '-. ! ; i !i '.iTi-o t. will D i.imf Ti.i-sl. A r.itf card ?.".'. I . i'l'i.iS1-,!'!1 !', I ..'.jin-a. t'tt rvrtr. ; ,ti umu ;il:.ns '.Mtt itialie :t '1 re- of 1.1.1,1 r s f.iyiv...

Publication Title: Record, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The record. — 6 June 1918

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Publication Title: Record, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
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