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6 > Image 6 of R. L. Polk and Co.'s Lexington City Directory 1916-1917

Part of Lexington City Directories

_/ ~ - ( b 6 1 x T 11011 L'L"1`()R\'. A/_ with outdoor classes. lllllltl work, domestic science, Qylll- nasium and swimming pool. .f.? LEXINGTON has the largest loose leaf tobacco market in the world. which is one of its largest assets. the sales amount- ing to between $4.500.000 and $5.000,000 annually. 'l`he sales for IQI5 season were 60.000.000 pounds. _ A LEXINGTON has more than ll quarter of :1 million dol- lars income from the training stables at the local trotting and running tracks. _`_ 5 tas two l`llllllll1**' mee s. one ro ing mee su LEXINGTON 1 , t 1 ll A 1 and one .\gric1tlture Fair each rear. ti:. . ' . . LEXINGTON has the tastest trotting track 111 the world and offers the largest purses. ' LEXINGTON is replete with points of historic interest - . to tourists. LEXINGTON was the home of Henrv Clav, and his resi- -2*i`i \ . . . I ' CLEQGE-|$_5I!ll standmg. * [._gfl T LEXINGTON is surrounded by the tinest and most ct-le- _ brated stock farms in the world. , LEXINGTON is tl1e gateway to liastern Kentucky jr where, according to the Chicago 'l.`rihune. more money is be- ing spent in development than i11 any other section in the United States. LEXINGTON is the logical-l1ea;lLL11artc1s ior all coal and lumber companies operating in Eastern Kentucky. ` r I 7 / R. 1.. POLE. & CO. r-- V . F1? /0 Central Natl. Bank Bldg., Publishers. 1 ` Columbus. Ohio. 4.; -.. l. . B L. 1 $.21 eil . \ Ei? ~ ; QPIY , `f'.' C" z;2`1; `:; Eg A 1 T 1-. . \~. gi A 1 1 ; T Q -7____;_ w ir _ _. 52 ,__ g. _