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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The record. — 30 April 1914

3 No Substitutes RETURN to the grocer all sub stitutes sent you for Royal Bak b ing Powder There is no sub stitute for ROYAL. Royal is a pure, cream of tartar baking powder, and Healthful. Powders offered as sub stitutes are made from alum. I L C. St. ft. LOCAL TINE CARD. 7 BT. OrD. II A. Itt Loui.Tillr Ki.rr. IH Ontlantl b' pri1 mm KM UMiLrlllr UnlU-d IM Cralral I'lljr wai auMtatlua . nl'TI Bol'ND. 1 15 r4nraa aad Cairn - 131 Fulum a-raiaiMlalta 101 New Orlraa nr. lal .11 aa . I M pat . I.U a . T.l . VIS aai II pat S.n pat I0S M. O. pec. (Luul.Tllle pmmur. only) l-f aai Nf.t,IVIS. W.O.Ca.wroaD, Art Tomorrow brings gladsome May. Maf day next, then memorial day. Mesdames II. V. and T. B. Slaton are in Louisville for a lew days. The city council will meet in reg ular session next Monday night. Court crowds continue large, all parts of the county being represent ed. We have had sufficient April showers to insure abundance of May flowers. Mr. R. B. Shaver is still confined to his home w...

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 April 1914

,-1 ROARK Furniture, WeJlp;xper, Shades, Moldings - A wuuwiftRcrj vxuoas: icmir. fcirote DaUac aj ci r . . . -V. ' - -.wa,, r r t ppci5, wave vauus. uisiniecuon KUiKir" : . . . . i : v I ; . t if.. .'1 . ::J CHARCOAL FOR SWINE CiV2 c Cliches! anJ Dcst Pre ventive of Diseases. i 4 tivs w.tuUI ul'Aava say: ltnl iv .-in p.!-, m-i'.-i Int. I mo give A l'ti"'n;r ,..l.y!" How iii.my , ri!'. i t ' i. r.. will !. My fi :.-c .1. -fc :i u m 1 Have l. iirt-.l i i ,,-;i,.,. ,-,i nv wi.lt TUcr" Lt!-cr f :!. wmiM irv .Tcfcn TrowbrMci- He;: A s;i::.vt!0!i for fixir.3 a; pine ( rof; v. !ki. floor wnicli i.; cer tainly i'lviil'i.?: :'mnot!i off tiiu floor. I ..in;; ::! i!v cracks with filler or ii'.'t?. ::ir; tV: i ..Hit il w ith a cat i of 8o-.;;- ni (..lulle Kl.i.i..l. th ! rasif! i- u: -u to preserve csrs U W11 .i r"- ;! IV-or r.nd :;.ivej the I:', a f ;;:o !;o hm to i wruli r.ij t-V.-.H t'l. iii. Tiitt v at ltlai-3 v li iry iw.'i. i:.i'r.ril'i-l, ai: 1 : tliroo r!J !-t jir.t on. r:;:'.'! ' Ct'lT...

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 May 1914

Site Record" Advertising Costs INotHirig. g Muhlenberg County 5 is rich in coal, iron, timber, potter's clay,! .It pays for itself. The investment is etc, and the most inviting field in Ken tucky for investment of capital and pluck. Sure of returns. Get our rates. I 1 VOL XVI. NO. ia. GREENVILLE KY., THURSDAY, MAY 7. 1911. 50c. PER YEAR, IN ADVANCE V- J 1 L 'A 1 I V 1 ' 1 --1 :1 r I NEW WAY FOR FATTENING HOGS BIDS FAIR TO MAKE KENTUCKY THE BIGGEST HOG RAISING STATE In Strong Editorial The Bourbon Stock Journal Points Out Great Possibilities For Farmers To Fatten Hogs Much Quicker and Cheaper On Dried Distillers' Grains Plans Already On Foot To Utilize Every Pound of Distillers' By-product For Developing the Hog Producing Industry of Kentucky State Agricultural Experiment Station Take Hand The liourbun Slock Yards Journal, of Louis il)t, Ky., cornea out in a strong editorial by V. A. Hurneit on the oi eibilitira afforded Krntut'ky farmers for making Kr ntu-ky the hiKcst- hog raining ...

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 May 1914

THE RECORD. An Independent Newspaper. nmuMm rai'aanaT. ai RECORD PRESS, 0 Ru t. Cll L. Koaaa, Okikn L. Koakk, Kiitok. Ltog-Dlstsnc Ttlepboae. if. Tt. OflW in Aann rar Ruark tor, ground Boor. so am m teak, ih adyauci TBRHH. Th aoharripttaa prW of he paprr U paya b4. in aivarjT. and warn thr ltf aaaiplra wawi It la paid. h paprr will hr stopped. Cards uf thank., obituary Both-ra. ew .. If not 'nirer thaa ta Mnr. will hr puhllMhrd frr. A r aarr ( kr. per liar will be made for mrfff d lag Kara. Mo rarialioa of tkla rule to anropa. aaaiple roptea will be mailed. Adeertiaementa will be Inaerted. A rate card arill be taralaked oa reaueat. Addreaa all eoaiainniratimia and make all re asluaacca payable to KKOKl THKHM, . ureeaellle. Kr. THl'ISDAY, HAY 7. 114. Entered at the (IreeaTlllr, poaloffir aa aeeaad-laaa matter. We are aatanrisra lo annoniM-e K. V. Tlh'nia. Jr.. a randllate for IViiKieaa In thU the Tl.lrd t'Teltal rtlMri.1. aulijrrt In the aaMUia of lur rVauwrattc party. Prlaiff Atwrn-...

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 May 1914

- X r. ' 4 a 1 X v i. A. ". ' t -t H k 4. ' 7 .'J A -1 a "l w o Baking S aves and Saves an Makes Better Food Purycar-Ekc Wddinjr. I. C. B. R. LOCAL IIMl lAXD. kOBTU BOl M. Itt liuirillr Fiiirrmi ..I I. Kaa . . I .St m . . 2. St. mm . . .ISm Ittt t'iwtitiiatl K.trH- 1IM Lmiliille Limited 1M Omral 1 it accutumiHlaliou OCT. BOl'xD. Q. Itt Pa1iieah anil t'-ai ro a4-ctiei Vlitam 111 Fulton arcoaimixlatitM 12 p M lire Orlean Miial J. ei lli. aj - O. .re. i.Uuui.Yill? pAwr. out. 1 I.ST am tt;- . If l. W.O. CaiwroBD. Ajrt. May has some shower stock, also, i - - - Uetter pay your city taxes, and ave the penalty. Mr. liamner McL'racken was (rpm Central City Sunday. - 4 is or e way to for yc cf worries. a aoo children can now see vaca tion so plainly that they are almost enjoying its delights. . t . Mr. and Mrs. .John M. Wells were io l.ouisyillc several (ays last week, returning liaturday- Mr. and Mrs. W. II. J'u'.ley, of Central City, were here Sunday with the family of Mrs. liohannon. Read ...

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 May 1914

ROARK Furniture, WeJIpper, Shades, Moldings uuuuicrb oooas: renins, Lskets. Robes. Wrsoerjr. SHoners. Grvfi Vai1H nUmfprAn-DnADTf- HOLD OM TO GOOD BREEDERS a X: J!i',7i!!.:i';i?r? t.TTr NY ..l:i'. rlli.il IlinK th fivvi Fiii'!y or In. rcii.w t!i i.ut.!. u ..i r,:ii-!n i'i..(4 noil; l l in. lit. irtkt- a ut n i.jin-.'i it.il fjiv- tr. Ionian. F.ONDrtNT. THE FOUNDATION FCR FRENCH CADDIES. At, this m-jsou of the yea1", wlim ilu Children pr- ollowid "ir.u !..! n.ilil genee hi sweets, il l. vi al (hut. thry be pro.hlrd v. I'h lb? .Hirest. Tin) fondnr.t may bo co:nhi:u d vit!: :V-i!ti, tolottnp, nuts fni fl;.7. t t, whic:t v. ::i r.iako a sitfirtetitly al!urii:.i varii ty to atlsfy even tho ycv.ii.tT lovers of sweet-neats. To prepare Vic fondant, ? n. pint f liirar a cup of water: t;r til the surnr In dirs Ived, ai.d l".:l til a drop, ivhrn Irhd 1 1 e.-.M uat r, will trahe a f.'t. was" ImiII. l'o ;rt Stir dnrt-g tin- '.loilins. l'our out .in a buttered j.V.ter or imt'ile M cool, and wo. I...

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 May 1914

4 Muhlenberg County IT (X it St Costs INotSiing. is rich in coal, iron, timber, potter's clay. It pays for itself. The investment is .etc, and the most inviting field in Ken 6 Sure of returns. Get our rates. j tucky for investment of capital and pluck. VOL XVI. NO. n. (irli:nville ky., Thursday, may it, mn. ' 50c. PER YEAR, IN ADVANCE H0EEYM00H TROUBLES : ''Mi :J L 1 pf 111 wmjM MI MM! 5V i-uiuiiw.iiy n 5115 juai - -i ia . nnu... ii a am. . i n. ii 'as mm mmM BY LEONA DALRYMPLE. Z m lt was near tho end or my honey moon. .Mary and I back from our 1 tu A ff MAKING COOD GRAVEL ROADS Ensugh Crude Oil Is Applied to Make Bed Impervious to Moisture Roll Down to Suit. It looks 1 iko thi Imlk of uioiioy larger than the faculty feir Imileliiif:. What e want are pet iiiael nut for const lug nrpuis. but for th sood of 111 traveling pulilic. li:uo lmd some experience in gravel r.u.li and the beM ones arc m.xlc in this way. says a wriler in the luwa llonnv tead. We locate the center of a well-for...

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 May 1914

Plllii; "STARVING TO DEATH" i mK-poiultMit .-wa-r rt'.i.i.r. tii'MKith at RECORD PRESS, Own Kir. 2IBN L ItUAftl.. Mrrlr. OklKN L. KoAKK, Kpitok. Lcng-CUtJnc Telephone, Ko. 72. OflU in A intra ivar Kork lor. ground floor. SOaiUS PIR HAR.H ADYAHCt. TliHMt. Thr BMimTiptUin price of the prUy' ri ill al . aiiec. aii.l ben the time ha riplrHI a arhtea It U pai.l. the rP" will be alopped. Cr.! ..f III auk. ..bllnarr notlcea, .. If ..ot 'nirrr thou irp Iiiich. will r ptihltae.l Ire. A r ksrirr of V. per line will be ma.lr fur auccee d In. lia.'a. Ka variation of tola rule to anjor. Free an le cuptea will be nailed. Aerertiarntenta will he Inserted. Araterard wili be (urtilfbrJ on reiuet. Ad.lrea .Ueominunlcationa and make all re aaUt.ncea payable to KKfOKIi TKESH. tirernaille. Kjr. TBI BSD AY, MAY 15. WU. ice ai ti.e llTlllt. K.T.. iHMtofllP cn.l-el matter We aie authoilifl to antii-unie K. Y. Thowax. Jr . eam'.Wale for -i.BBteH lu till, the Tliiid t'otiirrriloiial district. Mtlijeet to 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. — 14 May 1914

The Fact Remains No amount of misrepresentation by tl.c peddlers of alum baking powders, no jug gling with chemicals, or pretended analysis, or cooked-up certificates, or falsehoods of any kind, can change the fact that Royal Baking Powder has been found by the offi cial examinations to be of the highest leavening efficiency, free from alum, and of absolute purity and wholcsomcness. Royal leaking Powder U indispensable for making finest and most economical food. I.C. R.R.LOCAl TIMf (ARD. KOT BOt'kU. II . If l.oulill Krf- Cincinnati !' f rMi Ill Uuivlll- Ijuutant Wnlrl l ily avconitnotltiu. mrTII ol"D. . I U rariHraa and i'tw ..iitm 121 Fullon a-".amtnll ion . II lm . i i' . lk.il . "li ni . S IS urn . It i pm 101 New Orlran xpn ial . 103 N-O. .pre. iLvuUvtllc puMMr. onlj l.t. Nor. t. 11MJ. W.G.CaawrBD. AgX. In self-defense, swatters. join the fi y- 1 be longest days of the year are approaching. Good morning! Have you pined the ranks of the fly fighters? Train No. 102 has been set ba...

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 May 1914

ROARK FwrLsttsrc, W&Jlpatpe?, Shc.de. LSoldirtgs Undertaker s Gseds: Co Hi .is, Caskets, Robes, Wrapper., Slippers, Grwe Vailts. Disinfection ROARK Fn'T7Tpl ; TO STYLES FOR l.ilTLE FOLKS r..ii ) C.jnrea'.s Afc ts Dc Tri;.imrJ With L.-.c-: in n l.-.barate t e. .11 tXi i 't Miv:u Our Name V, :i! ri. ir ! - .1 I. II V. 'l I' of ft. en.', Ili.l ' .i.n I f m:i..ii'.i ;;,!! the lilieh I wo or thi"- ll-.t. . I-.. Xativc ;.r. lion, i!i : . i follow. 11:.' ' i ' . I.rass. 1 ' : V the la. . i !' ' most ... i-;: u' lr i orr I ).' Ivi'i 1 i mlditva lo a l.-;tu .; cross is Ideal 1 1 -in : of ell kl-iJ- arr- ! f 1 iron Mid v. ir.p !.:- .1 r; Crr;t rs-.-r- V.-.T-'! era.o thr:. r.. it. ; ( until t' Is ;i: :' ! Fievo: t ; 1 v i .. : - . add a li'.-t.r; r i ..: tvo laliYsvooefuK latter. F a:m ha a' I.iT. mix all to: .'11k r ; hot F-ro. A 1:'. 1 e;. i'np:'. e'neat. C; iter Lea. cj !' eah par: on i li o the ti of t?;e i. Inside, bm.h with ! ' out ami pt a I Prs-i i IV ; ii FcaU the !e;ia r" ' ;, ty...

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 May 1914

Muhlenberg County 1 - ' Costs NotfiirtR It pays for itself. The investment is 5 Sure cf returns. Get our rates. 3 tfV x k k k t k n k k k k ukM k 1 X X.XKIM is rich in coal, iron, timber, potter's clay,! ,etc, and the most inviting field in Ken-i jjtucky for investment of capital and pluck, j VOL XVI. SO. IS. KLNVILLL KY.. THURSDAY, MAY 21. 191. 50c. PER YEAR, IN ADVANCE SUGGESTIONS REGARDING HOG CHOLERA Wf -vf& , L O ( relocate klsy old :;uADt Dcpn tmrnt cf AorictlU'i Ac'viuca : Ckllinj Cut of Ur:i(!ro on liili- j vsys ta S.ivc liorrcr.. J .IT- .. I 1 .1 ..I.i h. ! I I' : t i h..;!l!'i rr.'iuvj ill- l"nit.l Rt;it.-s l...irt m.nt of AKil.iiliurc.l . Kii'p posted conct-riihiR the condi tion and Ilea !ih of hops on your nrih born" farms, ailvit-es t1u driiiirinn-nt. of agriculture. Sick lion on iu-lnlib(ir-inif farms are a positive iiH-tmco, for tho germa of hog cholora are easily carried on llio fo-t of moil or auiiuals. Ixiok over your hrd rt-Riilarly in or der that any sick hog...

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 May 1914

r is h. n 4 kx i:Mr-?' li r.'.i .'.;-.'.. 11 COfW PRESS, l K, svn t-t . r.ni1 !.-r. 53 tfSTS 115 H. H ADVAScf. Ttr :..--. nu.iti ii ..-!'!' rjir l ',,-.vm" b.. ... . .. i;i. . i'.iI v fl III.' lll.ii It.- fa I'tri'J .jj att-.. il l I'ai.l. Jiafir UIr llIJ. Cnr. lti.tr' . itltiiur. rr huIIit. el.-., if r.ol )! llitr Itt 1 l.-n hiii. i:i In- i ulil.lil Irtr. A k ii ii : s "cloi'tiit- Nigir-is," sup-1 "i..t t. i II:-it i it:-; i i u'.-r:it g ; liaiV.i't ins. I !ie tJliliiv i f h i i! i s m." ins i)vi i: i.i rsoiis ; t 'i. i . 1 1 r with the m.'i !. mi ;:n o! ' t!iim.li i s'.'ii ir.s, of !i 1 a -1 is :i'c 'v! a In r.iiiur:, t iriilreiisj il ill' im.U I1411 Incii i i ii jt expense". In a iin'iit i mil I li.uiiu ati.iii to the N ill in.il Sn i.-t) J ( Ai,ii i:!:i:to f Ii.im c. I'rof. ! ! Ali:c I Aii;t, iliicrt.ir f tic linn h i I ! ii cit iTi'l' jmi ill Mivicr. ; lu r 1 1 1 i 1 1 1 - .n; out the al.Miitlity ol tr.e ".nii -r.i" lioui a s iriititir point i f vine. I a i uati'cr nt iiist .i....

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 May 1914

How to Detect the Alum Baldng Powder "Which are the alum baking powder ; bow can I avoid them unlets they are named?" asks a housekeeper. Here is one way: take the can of a low priced powder in your hand and read the ingredient clause upon the back label The law requires that if the powder contains alum that (act must be there stated. If you find one of the ingredients named alum, or sul phate of aluminum, you have found an alum hiking powder. There is another and a better way. You don't have to know the names of the alum powders. Use Royal Baking Powder only; that assures you a cream of tartar powder, and the purest and most healthful baking powder beyond question. LC.K.K. LOCAL TIME CAM). a. ....II Kmm .... M V . . . mm .... MSi 11 1ouioTillr Eipma 'larlMall Kiprraa im UwUrllk- Lliuiu-J IM Oeuml Cit jr aceoajraodatloa solTB aoir.D. a. Ill PHank i Calm amia S.ISaat 11 FalUMi areiNBatodatloa..... II l " 101 New Orlraa .poi'lal ua 10SM.O. pre. Uiltlle panar. onl) 1 1.17 asi Hat. S. I...

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 May 1914

ROARK Fvimiture, WaJlpper, Shades, Moldings Undertaker's Goods: Coffins, Caskets, Robes, Wrapper.-, Slippers, Gr&ve Vailts. Disinfection ROARK PIANO REQUIRES CARE INSTRUMENT EXCEEDINGLY QUICK TO RESENT NEGLECT. i THESOUL OF THE HOUSE Our Name Ey JANE COWDEN. YV II T (f yi".i l-.avf l. n eltcvtv.'l r-'t in lnt n do't tir.i.? Ii In mti'-Ii Kit.T lo flo,'l'.l ii'raM.n:illv tlinn in I.- ;-i ltstritf.il Unit yii cin'l rrcn il v n lrUtil 'I v l. -:ntst y.n o:hm Si ri'.i :lil In a r ilnMurm l.loyd. While I'.irro arc foino cbjortlrni to paturied iiiilU for infant?, the aJ vantaRos of in liivn'ly rjir-triirire'el inilk !f r llie sruive of Fiipply I J not K.ifp. rr.- vrrv srost and the death rati in oiti-3 i!hto t!.i milk Is sold, lias born inert wonderfully rcdurrd. Tlii object of this treatment i to kill or render harmless the perms in unclean milk by tho application of heat. Too Mch a heat used on milk will rnnko St ronstipaiin ard if really ster lli'cd as would bo tho care with boiled...

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 May 1914

"Record Advertising Muhlenberg County Costs Nothing It pays for itself. The investment is Sure of returns. Get our rates. VOL XVI. NO. 10. VALUE OF HARDY EVERGREENS Civ Warmth and Color to the Farm Ccrdcn Which Cannot Bo Obtain ed In Any Other Way. (By W. K. OARHNKa) In winter evergrwn trws and shrubs It warmth and color to the garden which cannot be obtained In any other way. Some criticise the growing of laurels, but they grow rapidly and soon create rhelter and warmth and the dark foliage tends to make a place cheerful. The best laurela are Rohendipolts round leaved) and Latifolla t large leaved). These are hardier than the common laurel, which suffers in very extreme winters. Holly, box and yew should not be Ignored, because no matter what may be the soil or situation, with fair treat ment they will thrive. There la considerable variety in the hollies, especially in the color of the foliage. It should be remembered in planting them that there are sexes in the shrub and only 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. — 28 May 1914

THE RECORD. An Iii'lt jKMHlent Nrwppapcr. RECORD f'RESS, 01 en Present. v):mkx Is. Koakk. Kiituk. Luag-Citcma TcUpbom. No. 2 Ortlre la Antx rear Rimm-W lorr. prund llMr. " 50 (MIS NRUMUS ADVANCE. Tta- uhHriitn pruf of the paper In paya bi in intvt. ul bm iter time ha expired wtetri il in fmid, ihe paper will be mopped. Card of linki. obituary noltveM. eUv, If not trr than U-tt llnm, wH ) published fr-e. A rhne f .. per line ill lie mailt- fur nurt-eed lux hue. No variation of thin rule to any or. re aiplv c.pt w III br mailed. Advert. -mttit will I inserted. A rale rani will be f..: rat bed on rejuet. Addr m ailromaiuniratioim anil innke all re-luiM-a pa; bie u KKt o!:i) IMpCM. lircetivitle, Ky. Tfll'ESDAY. MAY 21 HU. (r i lti I iniiTill-, It., slfllr W n; amlm!U-.t ! FIIIHlltl II. V. Tli r. .'r . m ! l'ir fr I'imu'"'''" tli 111 ' l'M r il jtl fltollVI. ltljr-t Iti II r 1 1 I t i t il r i t tutU art . Pi imur i i-f. :i : !. llL'.r. h.ivin fiilel to p t the fr tit, thr trnnt i ac Mmm...

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 May 1914

" - - j , .. mmL Is ffte Housewife's Greatest Help. WHAT so tempting to the laggard appetite as a light, flaky, fruit short cake or a delicate hot biscuit? Royal makes the perfect short cake, biscuit and muffin, and improves the flavor and healthfulness of all risen flour foods. It renders the biscuit, hot bread and short cake more di gestible and nutritious, ?t the same time making them more attractive and appetizing. Royal Baking Powder is in dispensable for the preparation all the year round of perfect foods. -J irT ir I.C.R. ft. LOCAL TIME CARD. BOUT. BOl'XD. HO. lit Loul.Tlll ExprrM 11 tSam UK Oiwlniiatt Kima !P" iH Louiavillv Liuiitrd S M Central City arronmoiUtiOB 7. IS pa ram SOIVB. KB. I Pariueaa and Cairo m.a k.l&aai 111 Fulton amuiiBUMl.liua U ! lo New Orlma Kpn-ial .)ai I0SM.O. .pre. Uouitill paaar. only) I tT Xuv.&lvlS. W.G. CawroD, Airt. ti i i r r tfit inlrtisw TO THE OLD CONFEDERATE FLAG. O, blood bespattered banner, on you no Bora will gleam At dawn npon the...

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 May 1914

ROARK Furniture, WaJlpper, Shades, Moldings w..cr WOa: oins, uMKeu, KoDes, wrapper.-, Slippers, Greve Vaults. Disinfection-ROARK-X FOOD OF MUCH VALUE :A FIDDLE AND A CIRCUS: Our Name MUMBLE CABBAGE WORTHY OF GREATER CONSIDERATION. By MICHAEL J. PORTER. The KOipii of Oloversvllle had It that IVacon IVgratn. widower, and Mn. Mary Morrton. widow. wer on gaged to be married. The gossips were a tittle premature. The couple had been courting for a year. bu they were not engaged yet. With nil respect for the widow. It may be aaiil thnt it wasn't her fault. Dea con Pcgra:n was a careful, prudent man. When the deacon married he elect ed a woman who looked so meek and humble that he believed she would not resent a box cn the ear occasionally. The flit time he started the boxing game he dlrcovered that he had made an awful blunder. It was his ears that got the culling. He wag. there lore. Rolng flow in regard to the widow. IlotU the deacon and the widow were members of the same church, but the...

Publication Title: Record, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
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Muhlenberg County I jjj is rich in coal, iron, timber, potter's clay,' Jete., and the most inviting field in Ken- tucky for investment of capital and pluck. Record" Advertising 9 R Costs NotHlng. git pays for itself. The investment is ESurc of returns. Get our rates. J Kx x k xxx xi x x xK x.x x xx x mux xx n'XXX ICS t VOL XVI. NO. 17. GREENVILLE KY., THURSDAY. JI NK 191. 50c. PER YEAR, IN ADVANCE OPEN AIR POULTRY BUILDING IS FAVORED Poultry House With The question of lint constitutes a profitable nnil suitable, as well an rractical, Iioiiko for poultry on the farm I one. I but I often disciiFsed. It has many sides and, as most ques tions. Is one open to a great variety of argument and opinions. The open air poultry house has lately received considerable consideration, and Its ad vantages arc not wholly undeserving. Prof. James K. Ilice. poultry husliand nan at Cornell College of , Agricul turo and a recognized authority on all poultry subjects, is a firm believer in the use of more...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The record. — 4 June 1914

1 1 r - .- .1 THE RECORD. Yn Independent Newspaper. rt-aiaaaiD tiiiudiii bt RECORD PRESS, 0 IK itii'l, PrrMfiit. Crnim L Roast, Kerrelary. OkflKX L. K'tlAkK, FlUTOK. Long-O!ttsnc0 TIpbB, H. T2. Offler in Aunri rear Roark atur. (round Auor. 50 CERTS m YUR. IK ADVAJICfT TGKMH. Tor 4iitMrrtplion price of the paper la pare bl u a.lTanc. and lira the tlwe haa expired bu j ii i. paid, th paprr will be eteppeS. Car.! .if thanka. obituary aotlra. nr., If aot ,-,ir-r man wn iina, will Be ptttmaeea free. A rkarnrol .V. prr liar will br made faauccec4 log i.nra. No Tariattoa of tkla ml la u;an, Free aai pl pop Ira will be mailed. aJrertiarmenta will be tniwrted. A rate rare will be furi.lt.hed oa requrat. Adiireeaallenmaittatrailnnaand wiak all re Uun.fi payable M KKCOKI) PKRNH, Oreeartlle. U.J. THIBSDAY, Jl NE 4, 19U. -""i ' t Cireearlllr. Sr.. poaUiHIe aa eeAndelaaa matter. Wr are anthiHit-d in alttioart.- II. V. Tl" r. i . Jr.. a rnhdlilalr f.ir Vnaira. In IliU he Tl-.li-d t'ii;ti--i.iiial ...

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