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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The record. — 30 October 1913

2 WE'LL HAVE THEM YET FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 14 MUHLENBERG GOOD ROADS DAY On account of rain, October 21 and 25 could not be observed, bnt the people will have one day, as above and will work together to improve our highways. Let every man and boy show his interest in our gener al welfare by giving one day's labor for the public good. l.C. ft. R.lOCAl TIME CARD. a. it LonUvlllr EnpreM., J J Ultriwlnnjui EirrMt..' '"I" KM LsuUvlllr Uuiitrd I . IMCealraiCUjr accomoUUo T.lp OITB Ml-KB. ! lm.mLcZ!m i .I I New Orlna prll $ P" lUSM.O.apve. tUralavUla paw. only) I Jim 1.1911. W.O.Cuwu,A. There is some political flavor to tie ttmospbere along about now. Dr. K. R. Yost has moved his of fices to the Lam building, up stairs. Mrs. May Reno, of State College, I'enna., is here on a visit to rela tives and friends. Friday is Hallowe'en, and there are a number of social affairs being arranged for young and old. Mr. Wm. Former, of Diamond Springs, was here a day or so the latter part of the week on busine...

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 October 1913

ROARK Furniture, WaJip&wper, Shades, Moldings Undertaker's Goods: Coffins, Caskets, Robes, Wrapper.-, Slippers, Grxve Vavilts. Disinfection ROARK BUTTERMILK GIVEN TO HOGS . Better Result Would Be Secured if Not Put Into Ration Until Pigs Art , Five Week Old. To n Inquiry Trof. V. P. Pew of the Iowa Agricultural college gives the following suggestions cu ford Inn buttermilk to lios: Buttermilk when free from water, used for washing the butter, makes excellent feed for hoss. The groat trouble as we find it, coming from the creameries is that It Is hard to determine' how mucji excess water Is contained it. It. At tho present price for feeds. I think you will be very safe in paying 39 cents per 100 pounds for buttermilk that Is free from excess of water. In regard to the way it Is fed. I may ay that for vows that are nursing young pips. It choulJ ls fed In very smail quantities, if r.t all. and 1 would auKcest dil-.itlcc It. lietter re- nulls would be had if the buttr nr.llk j In ce...

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 November 1913

'Record Advertising Muhlenberg Couilty is rich in coal, iron, timber, potter's cliaji Costs Nothing. It pays for itself. The investment is ISure of returns. Get our fates. etc., and the most inviting field in Ken3 iilillllilinivrwwTn . i VOL XV. NO. .?!. GREENVILLE, KY., THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 6. 1913. 50c. PER YEAR, IN ADVANCE. :1 - ' - ' I i IS KENTUCKY IN NEED OF THE TAX REFORM? What Happened in "THE COW COUNTIES" in California and Why "THE DOG TAX COUNTIES" in Kentucky Should Emulate Their Ex ample t'n:il few jear ago I lie Stale of .lifornta uas Kiitl'i-rinK under the i-.tino kst'iu of taxation which pre vails in Kentucky uIiIioiiku many ef fort had Ix't-n in.ulo la change il. 1 he average citizen is opposed to innovation a a general proposition anil while the Plate MHIVivd and the l'liul.-n of taxation foil heavily on the mall roily owner, as It doea in Ken l in ky, it was liard to arouse I lie fx-opU- and capitalistic classes man aped to keep the old law In effect and went cn hid...

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 November 1913

THE RECORD. Ail ln!i-ji-;n!cilt Xru tii!iT. ri ai.i-ntii Tin Knt m RECORD PRESS, Ox.t. K:. E. Okies L. KoAkk. Ki.iiv.k. Lo.ic-Clitcnpy Telephone, Ko. 72. O.Ttf in Annex rv.tr lirk .ioit j; 'iii1 fVir. t 50 (NTS rZilEAK. H ADYAKtf. Im. t.i J " .. Hmi V.i- tTm- -1.il. -1 pil ed to waU-a a i jV' r.iHT i'l l- a:oppri. :xrls tlniik ohitunr noli-'. rt . If not mtrr 0.-. iti iiu-, vi'l in iiiIInIiciI frre. A f h': fv at Sc. .-r line U I- umtlr fr m-t-tt-tl-ingtiaejt. N rUH.u of thi.rulr Ui ri "'. I pe kit ftJK fell'. t,e wi.-kilt-tl AJvorliimf ut- Ui I- ii..itel A ntei-arO frtlhe luml-dtHI u re.t.'t. Attaei HtH.(Pluii w-o-tt'i". ...itl '!' l! re. huihvk paylHi lo tiM'OKo I'l KS t-ern.i'le. K . ICL'BSDAY, RVliiCIK 6. WI3. BakercS fct llrf Clro,i)tiTK. Uj .. iwsloflir M t . ; Tobacco. Allhotijh tobacco has been smok ed, chewed and saulled by rivilied n'-'sn for ibice h:tilril jcat. tv 10 meats otiy ie 1 1 ' ts'ni ' it" I recise t t upon the human or giDni. N i(?rson f cleanliness or refincn....

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 November 1913

FRIDAY One big "Good Roads" day for Muhlenberg County, when willing volunteers should do needed work on our highways, and put them in shape to withstand the ravages of winter weather. I.C. R. R. LOCAL TIME CARD. XI KOBTB BOl-KO. It UmUtUI FipmM Il.ttaa lt Ctm-tanatt K" I.M mb im touiaviilr LlniiU-d m IM Central t'ltjr aoronmiMlatUm "lipai aot-ra Kir, a. IU Pa4ueaa anl r.iro arrom VIS am III Falloa an-umaiuilallua U OS pm lid NrXIrlmni ..perial S 40 pm KM N. O. apre. (Luuiarlllc paaar. only) I t: am Not. X. ml. W.O. CsawroBD, A(tt. Aren't you glad it is all over? - - - - Kvcn if your ticket was beaten. There are going to be some won derful displays at the School Fair Mt.s 1 emont Pannell, Duncan Hamilton and Tbos. Taylor came home from Lexihgton to vote, and made a short visit. T' a. Ts on display at the court ho - - large picture, containing ! t : .irty views from Mr. Otto . r hert's History of Muhlenberg : vy, and is attracting much at : t.i.on and favorable comment. Mr. James Bark...

Publication Title: Record, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The record. — 6 November 1913

ROARK Furniture, Wzwllpa-per, Shades, Moldings Undertaker's Goods: Coffins, Caskets, Robes. Wrapper.-. Slippers. Grve Vaults. Disinfection-ROARK i' . Our Name M8I HALTER IS VEfiY CONVENIENT C.ie Shown in ICuctratlcn li Adjust sble and It May Be Pitted to Pcny or Lrge Horse. A hallor that will fit snnll ony or larR hor is nrful thins to have In the str.lh. Tl.i cno illiis tra'ed ht re In mmln from a hinln length of rop. A loop A l.i r.lircil At cite irit, nd fourteen Indies fror.i i'.w n :vonl An Adju6tb!e Kaltcr. loop n is tjl!eed Th3 whole U'liRth of rope Is then passed through the Urar.ds at the F!iee ( H). and the tnd yul throuRh the oul Ide Cf le:op A and on throiiKa the loop H. The bailor Is then, ready to put on. tha loop nude by the ropo. between A and n Halter Arranged on Hons ;oing around the note of the animal, nd the larger loop made by passing the end of the rope through A and IS goes over the tcp of the head be hind the ears. A pull on the knot at C mill tighten the hal...

Publication Title: Record, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The record. — 13 November 1913

tKmnwmwwBnmiw uwwi.iw.wiiimiim Muhlenberg County is rich in coal, iron, timber, potter's clav, 3 "Record Advertising K i CostH NotHis-ig. T .-J J It pjyi for itself. The investment is J fcetc, and the most inviting field in Ken-3 Jtucky for investment of capital and pluck, fl S.re of returns. Get ovir rates. k C t ii -. (.icli-.nyilli-:, ky.. Thursday, noyi:mi$i:u m, nm. VOL XV. NO. 'iO. 50c. PER YEAR. IN ADVANCE. 1JIOV f 3 ! TJ 1! Li MX II . ... . r 11 iH.t IM . OA rsi si 3s f.COD HOADS ARE PHO .TABLE Lcc to f-ar.-ncrs in Thii Country Traceable to SS.-d Thoroughfares Is Inconceivable. Tin t.il.jn! e-f -oa ioaW is like tlie poor, it i.i always with in. Kvcry 'r:i.n Uii! topic rnurs villi painful .i:,;.-lfiK-tv Kxcn in this i iili:-Iiu n i il asi' v'.n ii invi'i;ivt' p.i-n i. .- is Ji'3 cvcr thins 'hat ran be done to im prove tho ndi'.lons of the country, lis re are places where the rtu'd.s an' o t r!ot!-ly mploctid that oi.e car. i sear, -ely p..ss owr them with a me- dium locd. The...

Publication Title: Record, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The record. — 13 November 1913

V i 4 1 - 4 1 IHE ESEGR6)s r . Ri.tr-a ftU Kit kt tff CORD PRESS, rriM'til. CnlcM L. 1:ai:i-, Ok'lliN L. KoAKK. r.lMTOK. lur.uinn, j-ru 'e, and terms to all who aic (ifi'Vui;; I1.11..1-4 in tl.o V." lu;t K i ;;it't tli'Mrot: ul inliTi .t jt j . i .i 1 l ii' u r i !: i tj'it.tl. M.ltiy of tllC li'J' t is I ell' .i I it a lew ; j I !i c l niiit'iil f;ri;is uv.ul.ililc I. r li n : t-s t n I i i i ' ilcs- l 111.:!.;; tJ; 1:1 ;. a'sil M.'r-j 11 i view f llu VLiy l.ii'li j lii cs i-ict.ul SCilGOL FAIR. IMC ff!C HE nica nannrn First. a.:J Crtl. ucr isi Kcc fill! v. in;; i-lscli.r.- tor lml:; stiit.t'oV .ire i. l;.!i!i tl .is i xi i . ;'.ii'ul V u'.lMt I : ivc. Mi-:i, v-1 in i: . i I!;;, i .ill I I iil.i v ir.i.l ilia.; i t' i::.' ,1 .i. . ; in! : i I.; vii, u,- ti.;.HI;il l.illl List .) the s.- Mu'i S. 1 1 l ..ir !u i . il m m:, t:k.l ibyour kiichsn dr. Your pggpgkS5 .i 53 axis mi is wy I t Tlir i-inli.m r .f .( il i-Mi-n i-i-'i."-, hi III Hfiiw.n-l wlwii " "' !""' 1 U rh!v"J It i piU. thy...

Publication Title: Record, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The record. — 13 November 1913

1 i I w 1 4 t i ; t 7 J ! 1 f ; : 1 One big "Good Roads" day for Muhlenberg County, when willing volunteers should do needed work on our highways, and put them in shape to withstand the ravages of winter weather. I. C. R. R. LOCAL TIME CARD. if lvtiiHritlr l"iri" I'? UH ilinnli r.fctin- ! Iuih Mir l.iiiiiii-l 3t CnLrtt il rt-nuiiiiMi,ilnin . u tii ir t. HO. I Pluch nn I Cir, a. ct.m 1-1 KulUm cctituici'lati'in It Nw Ikrlcaii -iws-i;. 11 Mltl . I..'4 un . V a m V I am is r put 3 4i m Nov. s. liiix w. a. rm. A: " ' We had the io.ooo people to the School fair, ali right, and thcu ; 0,ue- Mrs. II. I.. Sheltou, of South . i C.rroIIton, wa. an interested visitor J to the School Fair. Eggs are selling at 75 cents per dozen id New York, but yoj cannot buy one here at any price. Dr. 1'aul S. Towell, of Drakes bora, was here to the School lair and visiting friends last Friday. Buck Kilby tays that for frauk nd effective publicity nothing beats .be present fashions in women's gowns. Last Situi...

Publication Title: Record, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The record. — 13 November 1913

ROARK Furniture, WaJlp&per, Shades, Moldings Undertaker's Goods: Coffins, Caskets, Robes. Wrapper.-, Slippers, Gr&ve Vaults. Bisiruection-ROARK ft RAISE GEESE ON FARM . 1 "i f ; USE FOR ALL WASTE FRUIT Apples and Ptsrj That Cro? Trcm Trees and Cannot C: Vo'.d Should Oe Made Into C.dcr. Apple and pear that drop from the trees and rar.ui.t be told, clwmld bo maI Into cider or diir-d. A jc-nbie-cac rider mill of four or six barrels per day. n.ay be had for 1S, and a small ml" I for family uw for ten dollars. A cook ttovo fruit drier may be had for five dol lars. Evaporated peaches, cherries, raspberries, apples, pears end black berries may bo put up for family ti T made Into salable products. There I a steady demand for evaporated fruit during the wlnhr m.mllis. In inobt every neif;lilx'r;..) I a profitable liuHiiet-s ri.tild tv CKtiih!i.ii d that would rot t lily proe pr.il'.uibli- to the owner, but wcnld Rive employ ment to the bo; s suid Kirls of the vir'nity. lu a trip tlir...

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 November 1913

ilMgmy M-vw .-wvmu u y mu.u u u y.y u uiu ..y g Muhlenberg County 'Record Advertising Coats NotHing. 5 is rich in coal, iron, timber, potter's clay,' 'It pays for itself. The investment is jjj Get our rates. S jctc, and the most inviting field in Ken-j X.-' Sure of returns. Jtucky for investment of capital and pluck. VOL XV. NO. II. GREENVILLE, KY... THURSDAY. NO VI-31 IILIt 2o, 1M;J. 50c. PER YEAR, IN ADVANCE. (UAAltiEl 5f!CS kOS sWFSTfl If! 64 ;.' Of I--' She I Nias- 4js H3 I fa i.-e7.i-HsVv DISCUSSION OF CCOD ROADS Moat That Has Bten Accomplished In Thirty Year in Iowa It Senti ment Face Problem. t'ov. George W. Clarke. In a dim s.iee lo the lima legislature, touching Oil ood roads, raid: 'Tor thirty years the discussion of I lie good roads problim has been go lilt; ou in the Mate. Many of tlio gov ernors of the stale nithln thai time liave called attention to tht question and some of them have urged con structive leglidatlcn. Scyue progrobS ha been made both In the may of bet 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. — 20 November 1913

I 4 m THE RECORD, rt'RuiKMktt rui a!! m ov m lin e, rivi-idt-nt. GBH.X L s. .-. j . OKIKX L. KoAKK, KltiTMK. r.e. Tls. .-. ; 1. ..I: I I !:..... ni 50 (IMS H& M ADVAStt. Tr.HMM. Tlr liliTllti n ri.'C -f lit- t;iT l l Kbl.ri it i-. Ihf iaprr .11 l-f h1..j ,e.. 4 arils i f th.t'iks. Mi .t i'ry n! !-, mv. 11 11 ox "nntfi-r lhti u-u Uu4 . H I. mi Mi tie-.- A ! rfcArfn- ul i. per I tin til lw ma'.t1 for Mrccrpd nr llne. Nt tarnation ot lltiro!e to Aiioi'. Free ait)leoiieai Kill Ik malWtl. AilYrriiNmfiii will lr tnertd. A rterrj will be f uraiwicl 011 rcNj.trM. A1Ire tlroTriTiitrti'jo nr1 makr al? re avluanre. payahir 10 HK( 01; 1 I'ltlCs, t;rHti li V. K v. TBI BSDAY. NOUMCI R 20. 1113. S 1 ir rr d t the lim ticitu . Ky.. pto(MH Ir in addition to licLing the stamps on Christmas parcels I'nrle Sam would till the cnilurnsscil purchaser what ti lny fr Clirist 11) as the anion would lie a boon. Is a Kansas vote on pics the rhu barb was esteemed above the pump kin, cherry and tinnrc, but 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. — 20 November 1913

I. C. ft. R. LOCAL TINE (AM IT J'li r- KOHTH SOt'kD. to. 4tS L4llfKTillr f'KIWrH lit t'im'innail KkpnMH 104 IMtlH lllf .tuitld M IVutral t'lt at-woi modal tun . - OOt TM ' V U. no. ISS Pa'lnrah and Cairn aeim I?! Ktiluw aaitMlAtfita llM r krU-an Mevil II S am . I M tm . a. '.Ham . 7.ISm . VIS am li pm 10) N. O. Loiii llle wmr. mil) ) I i' mm i'T. i. iwia. w.. cmii, A?t Only a week till Thanksgiving. (et the road working habit it is a good one. Coombs will have everything for that Thanksgiving dinner. Kev. J. II. James and family left Tuesday for SUxutn. Ala.,, where they will sjtend the winter. Celery, oysters, cranberries, dressed chicken, fresh meats, for Thanksgiving. At Coombs'. " - Mr. Marvin Wells was home from lxiuisville, spending the week end with family and friends. Get your Thanksgiving dinner from Coombs' market, where the best will be provided. Elsewhere will be found a list of donors and winners of the prues at the School Fair. Mrs. Tat l'arker and baby were over from ...

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 November 1913

ROARK Furniture, WaJlp&per, Shades, Moldings Undertaker's Goods: Coffins, Caskets, Robes, Wriper, Slippers, Gr&ve Vaults. Disinfection-ROARK Pll COUNTRY ROADS OF CONCRETE Lusting Material for Construction Available In Many Places In Form of Sand and Gravel. No single factor play Mirh an Im portnnt art in tho social and busi ness life of a community an the final ity of its roads. Alide from tli pleas ure and convenience of travel, pos sible at all times over permanent roads, there in the finauclal plnne which directly concern the cost not only of farm produce, but of city products as well. Consequently ev frybody wants gwd roads, writes I. H. Wilson in the Iowa Homestead. In the matter of paying for permanent highways, a generally satisfactory agreement seems to have been reach ed in the proposed distribution of the cost between the nation, the state, the county and the uters of the road in question. As a result, within a few years this country will take its right ful leading...

Publication Title: Record, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The record. — 27 November 1913

t it I rRecord" Advertising Muhlenberg County is rich in coal, iron, timber, potter's clay, I J f I "..1 4 1 - t . - 4 J ' - ', ... j- t . r. Costs Nothing. Ii paysfor itself. The investment is fSure of returns. Get our rates. m$t$t VOL XV. NO. 42. GREENVILLE. KY.. THURSDAY. NO VEMIJLH 27. 1913. getc, and the most inviting held in Ken Jtucky for investment of capital and pluck. 2 x&csaaaeoxxxsaasKXKgxs 50c. PER YEAR. IN ADVANCE. NATIONAL BODY WILL HOLD BRILLIANT MEETING IN WASHINGTON. BEGINNING NOVEMBER 29TH. Will End W.th Congressional Hearing Jane Addarrs. Mrs. Catt, President International Suffrage Association, and Many Prominent Speakers. tSpwial.) Tlu forty fifth annual convention or the National American Woman SuffraK" Assot-iatiou at Vali Inmon. H. C, XoemliT 2!Mh to !' :pmbT 6th. lufliisive. Liil fair t.: be a brilliant occasion. It rtul with a hraring before Congress on the amend tnent of the Ke.ieral Constitution f,i anting suffrage to m-oinen. The Program. Nnvemtier n...

Publication Title: Record, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The record. — 27 November 1913

WE REG9eb.lni K StiSS Trouble: v? : . J Whin m R?tftrflf 0 r ni-itii! i tu; iiiiawt ii RECORD PRESS, 0 IN I! n I, Prt'ii'I Cana L liuil k, N-'-Titai'y. Okikx L. K'oAKK, Kl-II'oK. Lcnz-Clztanca Ti'spr.cr.c, Kj. T. .!;.-i- in Anurl ri'.ir Uimi'k u.w. froutij 53 (ESIS ADU3CE. Home In Poa3 Building. Wshintou, 1). C , Nov. -I he avenge life of horses anil auto mobiles in .i y l-c inrre.mctl ami the ci'sl i'l liuuiiiij; rrrii.-rtl, arci'tilitiy to ilia (Mice of Roads, of the le l'ar;inciil of Agriculture, by reloeat inj many old roads ami thi more si icir.ifii: I lyuii; on", ol ikw one--. The natural U'luleiicy in roail liuilil vi g H t'i b'.nM a straight road, whether it e-i uva stet-ji railjs or I ills, or not, ami niHiii.; ov.-r these adds to lli TCK.MS, w. ..l.url-.li..n ,ii-i.M a,f lh i.,iurkiPtLt i.m .iv;imv. i'ii wttn tjr i;-.ni tiui. raiks t aturallv to ht-ii II U lin, Ihe p;tp-i- ill In kUvp J. i , i card. ,.mnk..o.iii-i.rvi,ott.-. .ri-..i( not la,i, ,ear ' ' horses ami venu .es ...

Publication Title: Record, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The record. — 27 November 1913

I. C. R.R.IOCAL TIMf CARD. it ATM BOt'KD. .U lltt.B. I?l'ln.-mnali r.ln-M I M lui ll l-.m-villr l.iiuitr.1 3 ni IJ4lalral t'ifjr H-ouaiiitUtiin t.li ai MI TI ' l. Si Pa.liK-.a and Cairn amua VIS am 121 FnlloM a-fSaiaNlatia Iim 101 Srw Orb-ana prt'il I'm ItM N. O. aprr. tLoalMVtllr pawnr. oul I !. am No, i. I0IS. W.(i. nrli, Act. Meet Kitij Saturday. - a - 'lit Thanifgiving; may the best Le yours. The church fair is getting ready to bloom. Christmas is next, snil less than nonth away. 11. K. Counuler is headijuaitcrsi for LlV-YKRI.AX. Hurrah for the new road to ('en' tral City. There will be the usual number A weddings today. I.IV-VKR-LAX, the liver reg ulator, ask C. K. Counuler. - . l'ay jour taxes before Saturday, as the penalty goes on then. Stores and shops all closed, and the bosses and boys are all having a good time today. Why be constipated when you can buy MV-VER-1.AX from O. . Couauler. . . - Wallpaper in room quantities at 3c per roll at Roark's. Get a 16 foot room papere...

Publication Title: Record, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The record. — 27 November 1913

ROARK Furniture, W&Jipixper, Shades, Moldifiigs Undertaker's Goods: Coffins, Caskets, Robes, Wrapper.-, Slippers, Grixve Vavilts. Disinfection ROARK xv RAISE GEESE ON FAR&T :4 ,:v. - 1 t t - V '.J i -Ik . . . i? ! Vacant Pieces Unfit for Cultiva tion Quite Suitable. Fowls Occupy Same Place Among Poultry That Sheep Do Among Live Stock and If Given Care Arc Profitable in Proportion. Contrary to common belief, geeso II 1 1 f I I r : I t fill ril i.i.iiv siv.:iv from H srfn n.PHP ri.'.mj rf iximia art near thrin. A tcr is lhat U n-qmr.-d. 1 U re arc many placo on a farm wortlil.'sn for cultivation that could bo used with ex cclli nt rosulis for gccgi' ruisinp. The cost of food for rci bo is propor West That Has Been Accomplished in Thirty Yesre in lca Is Senti mentFace Problem. Cor. OorRo W. flurk.-. In a - to th Iowa I.IMaturo. tout lung On good road . f.atd: "For thirty mik Hi" liru.1 ' tho pcod roads, prabloi.i h" " K lug on In th- nativ X'any cf lb'- ! .mora of !. W.thi:. th...

Publication Title: Record, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The record. — 4 December 1913

gRecord" Advertising E a Muhlenberg County Costs IN o tiling. is rich in coal, iron, timber, potter's clav.i I paysfor itself. Sure of returns. The investment is Get our rates. 4 i cu v K jcii., aim uic musi inviting iiciu in rvcu- "tucky for investment of capital and pluck. KknaxY XXUtxXK XKX)C XJIKKIS J3CX1II VOL XV. SO. 13. GREENVILLE, KY.. THURSDAY, DECEMIiEH 4. 1913. 50c. PER YEAR, IN ADVANCE. '5 Wit PEACH LOUSE IS INJURIOUS All Tree Should Be Carefully Fumi gated by Nurserymen at Mer. Matter of Precaution. (By 11 K. SMITH. This Insect derives its name from its Intense black color and tmootb. billing apoparanc. A groat deal of Ibe Injury done by this insect is not recognized by the grower. ho may charge it to yellows, to application.! made during the Winter for other purposes, or to climatic causes. Where the insects are numerous or. the roots the tree simply looks sick. Tho foliage Is thin, imperfectly developed and light in color. The lice are es pecially destructive to nurse...

Publication Title: Record, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The record. — 4 December 1913

" i ... ' 'I f - .. J ' - . 4 v 'A THE RECORD. Vn liult Knleut Nt-wtipHpcr. ri'KLIMICD Tm'KiTAl I RE CORD PRESS, where it has not been and you can look for a loss of ninety jer rent or more unless the scrim treatment is om Kk i, Fn-aldrnt. Caiza L. HoiKii. hrrretary, OK1KN L. KOAKK. IiKlTOK. l.ong-Olttmnca Teltpbene. No. 72. OMit la A ii iu-i rcr l:wrk .tirr. kkhii ! R.inr. " 50 CMS PER YEAR. Ill ADVANCE. TKHMM. Ta ailhwlflt.a rt f tn par l !. IN ih KlTami-. Mil h. lar llmf aaariptntl to a aU'a II I" paid. nr an-r will Ik" Moppt-d. Card .f taaiik. Al.ituarr wotlr. If not lairvr ihaii w-t. linr. w ill Itr .nlliMhr.l frt-r. A raarm- of ar. M-r Illi tll Ih- tuailr (or nunwil' leu lima. Nu tanailua of taiarulr to wiroM, Frr aaapl ropU-n will I aiailml. Ad Trtla-sit-iiln w ill In iitNrtd. A ratcard will br luralNar! oa tsiiMl. Addrraa allmiroiiir-h'antMii. ami aiakr all r iiuacn aTal.;- to KW iHli'l;ts. (Irrnrtlli- KV. THLKSDAY, DhCt.tlBl K 4. 1913. Batar4 at the .rravlllt. Kjr.. poatofK...

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