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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The record. — 9 February 1899

fci ':-i-aT:s it'Htt ' -V,r" " r4nf IK,-' v5L i. no. 1. GKEENYILLK, KV MfURSDAY, FKKY. J). ISM). 50c. PER YEAR, IN ADVANCE. (Eh f: Ki. i if, iPOc A POirr ESTIMATE. Tin nrMV iliillijt ll-t Our wunK nnr iIikKL'IU. Our 1'CU. nr -lrtio." f HmpIi Willi l.t n tsiintHKitiii. Of wW fnultn Tlic Luvlti'i iiw I'orivi'iurs; ltciivnii rwvlMH.: IVntli ltli.eiiiiitui mun wlPiit' lhMnjf lrlvtn UV'ro j,!ntliprtl lut lty lu't Alltl InIIh1 f))l ll'UVtl. KKAM'IS VI'A1U.E. -DlTllIC I'lUll'lOW, Sample copies of Tin: Hklokd may be obtained on application to this office. Railroads Are Not Enemies. The okl feeling that "anything you can get out of :i railrnatl com pany, is so much gain," is dying out and oeoule are learntm that the railroads arc the best friends any community can have. In years gone by it has been the custom to bring sip' against the railroad com owrv occasion where a suit ouK' il to matter how trivial the am., i. i ov-Mved. and it is an old saving -t 'no jury ever re turned a ve; .. m favo...

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 February 1899

THE RECORD. I'l 1IMMICD T1IIUSI.Y lit RECORD PRESS, OWKS HllK, PrtHli1(Mit. OlllKS 1.. KoAKK, Svrivtnry. 50 CENTS PER YEAR, IN ADVANCE. OiMee In Swoml Story if tin llm-irk llull.Unj.'. THURSDAY, FEBY. 9, 1599. Tins is the initial number of Tin: KiiCOKD. It makes it's appearance without trepidation, as the publish ers have hatl something like a dozen years' newspaper experience, and arc familiar in some degree with the surroundings and requisites. It does not come to fill "a long-felt want.'' nor do we have an idea of "a crying need" being supplied. Hut we intend to give the people the best paper wc-'know how to create, and have a faith that honest, untir ing effort will meet with a fair rec ompense of reward. Prejudice is said to look with a squinted eye. We shall view all po litical matters as an independent journal. Will be the organ of no party, and will commend or con demn the principles and leaders of all of them, as justice demands Rccounizmir the clianjiinir com mercial condi...

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 February 1899

V.i' ..-v'ifi ?srrT!Tr. 1 111 11 !4 ffeX L C R. R. LOCAL TIME CARD. NO. KAST. 'iiJLiK'nl5In, Il.Ittinm SOI Urn. " J.Utain Jirj Fat " .VtXljim SM LHnl Fvt. 4.:Kiin Ml. WJT. Sill Fnxt Mull, 11.17 am !HI Uk-iiI l.J7m AO " Vrt. 7.!Sam W. W. Sloan. Aft WEATHER FORECAST FOR THURSDAY, For Western Kentucky and k Tennessee: Hear ami dry. Continued extreme cold. northerly winds, becoming' northwesterly. Yl.STKMIA Y"S TKMl'lil'ATlMlI!. 8 ji.ni.. .1: s p.m., I below; nigncst, 1 1 lowest. S below. Sun rises. (.."1H: sets, ."i.3'J. Jlofln rises. 0.12 a. in. LOCAL POINTERS. " .. . V The Rkcokh, 50c. a year, l'annell pays cash for fun;. O'Uryan & Miller have mattings I. V. Ration had a very severe fall Monday! . Do vou want iob nrintini:? We do the best. Take 1 your shoes to Hoard and have them promptly repaired. Choice fre;h meats, oysters, fish, celery, etc, at PannelPs market. Miss Nellie Duncan sprained her wrist while out skating last Monday. Nord furnish you plans and cifj' utiotis foe an...

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 February 1899

THE B RECORD PRESS, Owkn ltu r.. PnHllot. OlIIEV I.. KOARK, rvtsrv- 50 CENTS m YEAR, IN ADVANCE. 0c e In fMi-urt SliMrjr f the Uoark BuIIiUiir. THURSDAY, FEBY. 9, 1599: RURAL MAIL DELIVERY. The I'uMt Oltlee Donnrttnottt About to Try n Unique I'lnn to Text It L'NOflllllOHM. The advocates of a system of rural uxill delivery will be linich encour aged by an experiment which the powt olnoe deportment proposes to inaugu rate soon. The scWiue takes the form of n traveling peat office nutl specitlca tions for the necessary kind of u ohic!c will be isuied in a few days. It is ex pected that the exterior will somewhat resemble the modern country stage conch, with three window ou a tide, and will be labeled "United State Mttil," in.aoiwpictous-letter. The body will be eight feel long, four feet across, and just high enough for a man six feet tall to stand erect Inside. It will bo n very light running conch, weighing but 000 pounds, nnd adapted to all kinds of weather rains hail, snow or blow,...

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 February 1899

I- GREENVILLE, KY., THURSDAY, FEBY. 16, 1899. 50c. PER YEAR, IN ADVANCI -f TWO OF A KIND. I CHURCH AND CLERGY. I n.. DillinnV ftnfinitinnr I Mark TWilili's LcttCI. i FUNNYORAPH8. I j9 y' Tlterc wns n young follow niuncil TnU Who tlluort with hUitlrl nt 8.IH; Hut lwv Tnte Old not Mali-, I rniiiiot relate What Tate, at Ills ti-tu-ii-ttto, ate ut 8.U. A tutor who tooted the unto, Trlnl to tetu'h tnoyouns tixitur to toot; Snltl the two to Uu. tutor, " "Ik It hutilur to toot or To tutor two looters to toot" L. A. W. llullctln. Southern Trade Progress. The more important of the new industries reported by the Trades- ,. man. Chattanooga, for the week ending Feb. 4 include a $15,000 chair factor in Arkansas; a $25,000 coal mining investment in eastern Kentucky; a construction company, to build iron bridges, etc., in Ala- bama; a cotton compress in Georgia; : a s 100,000 cotton mill in Louisiana; a cotton seed oil mill and fertilizer works in North Carolina; an electric light plant in Alabam...

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 February 1899

THE RECORD, rrnusncii tiiuusuath nr RECORD PRESS, Owen Kick. rrcslilent. Ontr.N L. Koahk, Secretary. 50 CENTS PER YEAR, IN ADYANCt ORIee In Second Story of the llourk llutldliisr. THURSDAY, FEB. 16. 1599. Mokk trouble with Chinese joints. Li Hung Chang has the rheuma tism. Tub whitewash of-the investigat ing committee is a very good sani tary measure, but a clean out in the War Department would have been a better move. Thk St. Louis Republic says a merchant in North Missouri has this legend placarded in his store: "A .mistake! All men are not made of dust. Dust always settles. Some men' never do. " Thk railroads, in common with everything else, suffered tremen dous losses during the recent cold and snow. Especially the moun tain roads, both Kast and West, came in for heavy losses. According to statistics published in September, 1S98, the war budget of Russia was $148,640,191; per capita, $1.17; of Germany, S141, 175,350; per capita, $2. 70; of France, $ 1 235 1 7, 681; per capita, $...

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 February 1899

re v 1 I 4,' f r $: . L C R. fc. LOCAL TIME CARD. N0, KAhT. I XO. WKST. LocnlMivN. Il.lnm ) Pnf.t Mall, 11.17 mil VlUui. " Uam J Iawi " l.Knn ItiKttht " R.lm a " Fit. 7.aim iHJ Lwn Krt. l.3-.im w. v. si.o.vn. Airt. For Western Kentucky and Tennessee: Stationary (temperature, increasing ; cloudiness, rain or snow: northerly winds, becoming northwesterly. YKSTKHOAY 8 TKMl'KHATriSK. 8 a.m., 8 p.m.. 31; highest, 3U: low est, 28. Sunrises. O..V; sets. r.;is. Moon sets, r.'.oia.m. LGCAL POINTERS. The Rkcoiui, 50c. a year. Panncll pays cash for furs. A young child of John H. licthel is sick. Miss Dora ltoggcss, of Rosewood, , is sick. K' . .... Do you want job printing? Wc th the best. Mrs. Draper, of Hillside, is a pa- y .tient tmucr ur. Koontz. ' 1N , . . .. 1 i .i a severe cold for several days, Choice fresh meats, oysters, fish, celery, etc., at l'annell's market. Try Wright for new shoes and re pairing your old ones. He can do it. Nord will furnish you plans and specifications for any...

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 February 1899

THE RECORD, in nuiu.u Tin iUA .-t v. RECORD PRESS, OWE.N IlH'K, l'rt'slilont. OltltN I.. ltOAUK. Swrvtury. 50 CENTS PER YEAR, IN ADYANCL Otllfc lit Stvoiitl .story of Uu Konrk Hulttlliijr. THURSDAY. FEB. 16, i599 TREES AND MOISTURE. Tha Old lint Kvcr .cv Quentlon WntcrJntx nt Trniinulnntlnir Dlscusned Once Mure. at A correspondent of Green's Fruit Grower says: "1 5iavc planted, icjluip?, a million of trees In my lifetime. I have met with but few failures, and cannot remcmlcr having watered any of these trees. If the soil is made thor oughly fine before planting; if the soil about the roots is pressed in-very firm, as firm ns-a fence post; if the soil is left loose on the top, nnd hept continuous ly loose by cultivation, the trees will live even though the season may bo dry." In. connection with this para graph, it may be noted tlmt, on one oc casion within the experience of the writer, n large number of trccstlrat had been planted in the spring, and had grown tolerably well, showed ...

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 August 1900

s VOL. II. NO. GREENVILLE, KY., THTKSpAY, AUGUST 1(, 1900. 50c. PER YEAR, IN ADVANCE. 28. College Life for Girls. Dr. Weir Mitchell delivered an address the other day before the young women of Radclil'fe College, in which he uttered much kindly and sound advice. While he approves of college education for both men and women, he also deprecates its pursuit to excess. He says that character is the true business of life, and that if character is dulled in the seizing of learning "nay, if it be not built up, confirmed, and enlarg ed, then give us for this world's use the nobler heart and the less tutored brain." The problem is to get the silver and not let fall the gold. Ap parently Dr. Mitchell thinks this is difficult for women to do, for he says he "never saw a professional woman who had not lost charm." This assertion will probably be resented by many women, as will also the further statement that the worst dressed women arc "women doctors, platform ladies, college professors, and th...

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 August 1900

THE HEC. 1'lT.I.ISilK!) T!l I KSIIAYS 11 Y RECORD PRESS, Owns lin t, Pll'siilrnt. OlMKN I.. KDAliK, Sf i-ivtii iv. Otliri- in Sci-mul Story of tln Kourk Buililinjr. 750 CEFiTS PER YEAR IN ADVANCE. Long-Distance Telephone, No. 72. THURSDAY. AUG. 16. 1900. TERMS. Tin' u!sTitiiui iri-f of tlie paper is paya ble in alv:inee, ami when the time has expired to whieh il is paid, the p;i-per will he stopped. t'anls of thanks, uliitnary notices, etc. if not longer than ten lines, will he published free. A rharjre of Se. per line wiil be made for succeed ing lilies. No variation of this rule to anyone. Free sample eopies will be mailed. Advertisements will be inserted. Arateeard will be furnished on rviiirs1. Address all coinniuiiications and make all re mittances payable to KECDIll) I'HKSN. tirecnville, Ky. Entered at the Jivciiville. Ky., nostothce as second-class matter. It's all fi-rhtin". over in China but the An additional evidence of Chinese duplicity is the fact that they shoot rcmaika...

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 August 1900

ATMNMPEWDEPIT JWSPAPER lTr.I.ISI!Ki THIIiSllAYS ItY RECORD PRESS, OWKN Kll'K. Pivsirti'itt. OltlKN L. HOAIJK, SeT-tii ry. Oltiri- ill Sfcimil Story of tin' Uoark tuillin;. 50 CENIS PER YEAR IN ADYAKCE. Long-Distance Telephone, No. 72. THURSDAY. AUG. 16. 1900. TERMS. Tin1 -iiil'scription iirici- of tlu paper is paya ble in va nee. aipl u lien t he lime lias expiree to whieli it is paid, the paper will lie stopeil. ('arils of thanks, oliiluary notiees. ete.. if not longer than tell lines, will lie published free. A eharjre of .i . per litw wiii 1m made for siH-eeed-i 1 1 jj- lines. No variation of this rule to anyone. Free sample eopies will lie mailed. Advertisements will lie inserted. Arateeard will le furnished on reiiiest. Address all eominnnieations and make all re mittances pa.alile to KKCOlil) IMiKSS. (irecnville. Ivy. Kntereil at the ( Jrecn ville. Ivy., postiilhce as second-class matter. Jt's all fijihtinn. over in China but the An additional evidence of Chinese duplicity is ...

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 August 1900

ii I. C W. K. LOCAL TIME CARD. JiOllTlI BOl'M). no. 104 Louisville Limited 4.0."am 1SH5 Central City Local Freight 4.50 pin SOUTH BOUND. KO. Fulton Aocomuiol:itioii 10.55 pui 101 New Orleans SSneciiil 3.8- ln 195 Padueab Lov.-il Freight 7.15 am Effective Feb. -, 1SHJ0. H. S. Fit.patiiu'K, Agt. LOCAL MENTION- PHOTOGRAPH IN WORDS. He's surli a liar always been. So artistic, in sooth, You can't believe him, even when You know he tells the truth. Come to the fair. Something Rew ard's. If this weather want . in bread at How- is not what you Main street grows quite lively about 6 o'clock these evenings. Vissman's celebrated hams and breakfast bacon fresh at Howard's. Long-distance 'phone in furniture store is No. 72, line. Roark's private Mrs. W. H. Yost has been seri ously ill for several days, but is much improved. The fair is on, and everybody is off from work, if possible for them to secure a release. C. M. Howard has put in a nice new ice chest and can furnish you with choice country...

Publication Title: Record, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The record. — 16 August 1900

7- Office in Se-oud Story of the Ktrork nnildiiip. ' 50 CENTS PtR YEAR, W ADYAKCL Long-Distance Telephone, Ns. 72. THURSDAY. AUG. 16.1900. ' WARMTH OF A STABLE. STABLE.1 $Mmk J Uniformity Is Better Than Too High Temperature. 'How wnrin should a stable be iu omt near .. (legs, in tlie lust place It isi iiini'i n m.itter of mi re air and uniform temperature, than just at what point the thermometer shall stand. If a stable could be controlled in its sanitation, there is no reason why it might not be as warm as a Tune .pasture the ideal place fora cow. 1 If the air is good, and foulness kept ;m im i ne si;ioie, cows uu lfiiiiii A.uuy well at either 40 degs., or even below, A. ' I ..A.. 1.1.. .1 ...J.nl.l or -tip to TO 'degs. Cows are more in jured by turning out of a warm stable into severe cold, than by confinement in reasonably cold stables. Draughts nf air. and sudden changes extreme are not advisable. Our own plan for many years was to keep the stable as near rr degs. as we could, w...

Publication Title: Record, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The record. — 20 October 1900

sx gopy; Please Subscribe iNewpaper Advertising li if: is an investment that pays Ood returns Muhlenberg County gj is rich in coal, iron, timber, potter's clay, j ijjj etc., and the most inviting field in Ken- Dt i tucky for investment of capital and pluck, gj if the man wanting business uses the !j .hi 5!, M columns of The Record. DISK'S? a k 8 rf k k a a k sx ss k h a a st'8;g&;3s&3 VOL. II. NO. 46. GREENVILLE, KY., THURjAY, DEC. 20, 1900 50c. PER YEAR, IN ADVANCE. Food Revolts. It is an exceptional day at the University of Chicago when some one is not in a state of revolt against something or other or nothing, as the case may be. Sometimes it is the professors and against it is the male students. Now it is the coeds. The girls have risen against the menu of the dining-rooms and de mand the exclusion of toast, eggs, hash, and beefsteak from the pro gram of the table, as if toast were not the best form that bread can take, eggs an ideal breakfast food, beefsteak the prince ...

Publication Title: Record, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The record. — 20 October 1900

V , f ( . V -. . . . . . IRoarh'e Store Daily Many Splendid Articles Sold, Wt Fine Selections Yeti Stock. Open Evenings Until Christmas. Call Any Time. JWMKDfPfNDEHT NEWSPAPft. PUIILISIIKl) TIIUKSIIAYH r.T RECORD PRESS, Owen Kick, Orien L. r.OAr.K, Secretary. President. OTiiee in Seooiul Story of the Roavk Building. 59 CENTS PER YEAR" IN ADVANCE. Long-Distance Telephone, Ho. 72. THURSDAY. DEC. 20. i90(X TERMS. The subscription price of the paper is paya ble in advance, anil when the time has expired to hich it is paid, the paper will be stopped. Cards of thanks, obituary notices, etc., if not longer than ten lines, -will be published free. A eharjye of oc. per line will be made for succeed ing lines. Xo variation of this rule to anyone. Free sample copies will be mailed. .d vertisemeuts will be inserted. A rate card will be furnished on request. Address all communications and make all re mittances payable to UliCORD I'EESS, tireenville, Ky. Entered at the Greenville, Ky., postoilice...

Publication Title: Record, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The record. — 20 October 1900

1. C fc. K. LOCAL TIME (A KD. NORTH BOUND. ISO. 123 Louisville Express 11.16am lOi Cincinnati Express 2.(HI pm UM Louisville Limited 4.:t;im 196 Central City Local Freight 4AH pm boi;tii noisu. xo. 121 Fulton Accommodation 13. In pin 101 New Orleans Special 3.3 1 pm 1U5 Paducah Local Freight 7.15 am Dee. 2, 1900. T. L. PATTEKSON,,gt. L & N Time-card fit Central City. NORTH nol'ND. No. 2 No. 4 No. 0 BOVTH ROVMK No. 3 No. I No. 5 Arrive. 0.55 am Depart. S.5H am 1 .'-() pm 1 . pm 6.45 pm from Adairrillo. 0.30 am 0.58 am 4.10 pm 4. ID in For Adairville, 4.:."0 am J. II . McLean, Agent. Evansvllle & Bowling Green Packet Co. Time-card at South Carrollton. Up-louiid. Tuesday a.m. Thursday a.m. Friday a.m. Sunday a.m. . Down-bound. Thursday a.m. Saturday a.m. Sunday a. m. Tuesday a.m. Crescent Cltv Park City Crescent City Park City LOCAL MENTION. Skates at Roark's. Roark 's wallpaper at cost is going fast. Begin practicing now to write it 1901. Sensible gifts pretty and reliable at ...

Publication Title: Record, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The record. — 20 October 1900

I. C R. LOCAL TIME (A RD. KOItTlI BOUND. SO. l?Z Louisville Express lOi Cincinnati Express 1(M Louisville Limited 196 Central City Lm-al Freight. . boutii novrsu. xo. 121 Kulton Accomimxl.-itioii 101 New Orlemis Mjiecial 15 Fadurah Local Freight ..11.16 am . . 2.0H pin .. -UKlam .. 4.48 pm . .1-J.lo pin . . 3.3;! pm . . 7.15 am De 2, 1900. T. L. Pattekson-, JVt. L & N Time-card at Central City. NORTH norsD. No. No. 4 No. 0 BOfTH ROl'Ml. No. 3 No. I No. 5 Arrive. Depart. 1.55 am 1.."K am l.'.'Opin 1 .:iTj jin 6.45 pm from Adairvillo. 0.31) am 9.58 am 4.10 pm 4.t,.)pin For Ailalrville, 4.20 am J. H. McLean, Ajrent. EvansYille & Bowling Green Packet Co. Time-card at South CarroIIton. Up-bouinl. Tuesday a.m. Thursday a.m. Friday a.m. Sunday a.m. . Down-bound. Thnrsday a.m. Saturday a.m. Sunday a. in. Tuesday a.m. Crescent City Park City Crewent City Park City LOCAL MENTION. Skates at Roark's. Roark's wallpaper at cost is going fast. . . . - - Begin practicing now to write it 190...

Publication Title: Record, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The record. — 20 October 1900

V ? y v -4. To (lose Out Present Stock iRoairft Offers 1,000 Rolls of Wdllpaper At (ost. & oil New Last Spring. m Rare Bargains. a Great Line Bought (or Next Season. 1 TTr- POULTRY YARD MANURE. Is of Inclimnllc Vnlrc l'nriner "Who Will Save I (iliac? It It:(ioiall.v to Any and One of the bt-st and most available nunuiies is that winch our poultry supplies. First of all, it costs 1:0 ready money and is an article of value to any farmer who will utilize it. How to save, mix and use this manure has lx:en a study with scores of farm ers during the past few years. In nearly every farmer's yard are to be see 11 from 100 to "00 fowls, and often they have no proper shelter, and the droppings are lost. Often no thought is jriveu to gathering the manure for fert ili.ing purposes, and in the spring the owner will pay from $00 to $75 per ton for guano, while the poultry manure that goes to waste on his own farm is almost . equally rich in plant food and even better than some brands of so-ca...

Publication Title: Record, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The record. — 20 March 1902

S 4 I I WeS 41 t L < + ft it I aiiI Rfi iX k t Record AdvertiJing Costs Nothing iIt pays for itsCU The investment is i IIt I p lUre of returns Get our rates 1R KiU1t IDmf l jfEgKH iC r 1 A f l j 1riv iI m w I flccotI < a IJ v Y 4 IJ lrlf J > i Muhlenberg County r It J is rich in cOal irontimber potters clay etc and the mos t inviting field in KeQ 1 tucky for investment ofapital and pluck iifX iiI1 I > TT LINO 7 GREENVILLE KY TIIURSU MARCH 20 190250c PER YEAR IN ADVANCE 14L > Preventing Decay of the Teeth decayt kvaries in different persons but it is S seldom that even the weakest teeth z could not be saved by cleanliness The beginning of decay in a tooth consists In the eating out of the lime in the enamel by lactic acid This acid is the result of fermentation of the starchy food particles left be tween the teeth or between the loosened gum and the neck of a tooth In order to prevent its for r mation the mouth should be rinsed after cachvnieal with an antiseptic wash ...

Publication Title: Record, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The record. — 20 March 1902

I 1f t 2 THE RECORD i An Independent Newspaper rilBLllKBD THlTKtDlY BT RECORD PRESS OWBN RlCC Onus L ROAXI JTenldent Secretary = yC OKIKN rt ROAKK EDITOR Ofttce In Second Story of the ROAr nttildla a 50 CERTS Kfc YEAR IK AIYAIKL LDst TIpkaf If 7 THURSDAY MAR 20 190Z = = to TERMS The subscription price of the paper U para pArable to which It IB paid the paper will be topped 4 Cant of thank obituary noticed cc If not longer than ten linen will be publlnhrd free A charge of 5o per line will lie made for Hnevee l 3 tog linen No variation of thin rule to anyone free numple copies will be mailed Advertisement will be Inserted A rule card will be f nrnlwhed on requestes Address nil communication and make all re mlttnnccH payable to RECORD PKKSS f reenvllle Ky = c = Entered nt the Oreenvllle Ky pontofHce art suaeeontl MR BRYAN still thinks that the voice is more mighty than the pen THE convalescents at the Omaha smallpox pesthouse are allowed to play pingpong The authorities should remember...

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