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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The record. — 22 October 1914

Correct Corsetry The new fashion, demand new figure linra.and (heae new line can le obtained only by (he lair.' in corartry, deigned adroitly to acrompliah rer. lain reaulla. THe mmliak Lust i medium, the bark atrai;ht. the kip long and the waist all ht ty curved, and more tkan all, the figure must be sup ple and not unduly confined. American L-ady Cor sets reflect fashion's dictations in every detail, molding the Aiiure perfectly to afford the proper foundation for the season's styles. The new models represent innumerable designs for all types of figures, slender, medium and stout, in cluding a model for "your particular figure Why not ask to see it) Prices range $1 to $?. AMERICAN LADY CORSETS fa or HEAD, STIRSMAN GREENVILLE, KY. r CO. LC. R. K. LOCAL TIME CARD po ll kobtb soma. ? n e. t LoaLeill r"prr-. It Ititc'lacinnalt aftr ra KM U.ulllle Limited mn I M Central City arroaiaioialiua 7 IS pa SOI TB sorno. IXS Padneaa and C'alrnaoeaiai a.liaa 111 Fulloa arrumaiv-iatlon It i pa 10...

Publication Title: Record, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The record. — 22 October 1914

ROARK Furniture, WdJlp&per, Shades, Moldings Undertakers Goods: Coffins, Caskets, Robes, Wrapper., Slippers, Grixve Vaults. Disinfection ROARK TO DESTROY CANADA THISTLE First Step In Eradication or This Weed Is to Prevent All Plant From Going to Seed. The Canada thistle la a perennial ahich ranpp from one to three feet In height. Tho flower heads are rose purple In color. A white feathery tuft of hair ia attached to the mature seed' which aida In Ita distribution. The. plant flower from June to September,! but usually matures in July. The first I step In the eradication of thla weed Is to prevent ail planta from going to Canada Thistle Flowering Top of the Plant and the Underground Syatem. seed. It la often necessary to go into grain fields with scythe and cut thla weed out to prevent it from seeding before the main crop Is cut. Plow the land as soon as the crop of grain Is removed. Then replow late in the fall, leaving all roots possible exposed. A three-year rotation of barley...

Publication Title: Record, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The record. — 29 October 1914

1 watancggiiscxxxaoooBgMaaHB Muhlenberg County is rich in coal, iron, timber, potter's cla. ivciiuiu nuvciuj nig tj It pays for itself. The investment is Sure of returns. Get our rates. jetc., and the most inviting field in Ken- jiucny ior investment ol capital ana pluck. VOL XVI. NO. 38. GREENVILLE KY., THURSDAY, OCTOIIKU 2J), 1914. 50c. PER YEAR, IN ADVANCE DISEASES OF POULTRY .1 I f4 JoA SI I 7 1 VSv J inromninrr ,111 TO STUDY ROAD CONDITIONS Data Being Sought Looking Toward Standardized System of Local Road Management. Detailed studios of local road build 1n systems lit 100 counties are now being carried on by the department of agriculture in co-operation with the state highway departments and local road authorities. The purpose of this study Is to dis cover the points of excellence and de fects in exifttinjr, local methods of building and maintaining roads which will aid the state authorities to put local mad management on a systema tized basia. The co-opcratini; state au thori...

Publication Title: Record, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The record. — 29 October 1914

THE RECORD. An Independent Newspaper. rrausaee iiuhuii bt RE CORD PRESS, On Sue. Oun L. Boabk. resident, thwrrtary. Okikx L. Kuakk. Editor. Lmo-DI$tMB00 Tlpb0B0, H. 71. Oalec ta Aaari rear Roark etar. arenas' floor. 50 am m m. in advahcl TBRMM. Ta anBarripUoe rwtoa of the nanrr U vara bt la a4ven. ana arhra thr tiair aaaeiplrre' whtra It la pat. Ik paper will br alappM Carts of thanks, obituary aotlrea. nr.. It aol mrn Ikaa Ira llara, will br palilaed irrc. a ckanr af ar. per itaa win ar maae roc aucrrr e afliaaa. Ne artaiioa ef tale rule ta aaraoe, free aaajplc eoptea will ae aallr4. A4rrrtlaraFBIa will ar Iaarnc4. A rale rara will he furatalHta aa raans. ASama allroaaaalralinaa an4 make all re- ailUaarea pajrabir ta kKCOKD rKESS. Urreavllle. Ky TOL'ISBAT, 0CT0BEI 21. 1914. titer at Ike Orerarlll. Ejr.. poalafllce ar aaaaaa-rlaaa Matter. Vsr it, the German got there and crossed. None of (he candidate! is making a dumb-dumb carrpaign. Sevfral candidates are dreading a heavy frost ne...

Publication Title: Record, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The record. — 29 October 1914

New Goods. New Mackerel, Sorghum, Comb Honey, Raisins, Figs, Date, Evap orated Peche. Prunes, etc. On account of the School Fair Friday our delivery wagon will not be out. Make out your orders Thursday to last you until Saturday. W. H. BRIZENDINE & CO. Every till iik Good to 13 ot Greenville, Ky. L C. ft. R. LOCAL TIME CARD. r 4 omtu aoi in. o. Ill LouUtIIIv Fiprrko 44iMltiiiali K;n-HM M Uuirillr l.liiu-l JSCniral t'liy arrow imM'.aliou.. MH'II l I. . I XS Parinra. and Cairo arrtna Itl Ptilua a4'ri auxin turn 101 Krw Orlaann Mitt-tal 11 M XiSmm 7.19 pot ISaai S.40 pm 103 N . O. aprr. (Louiavllle paur. only) I ST as N..t. t. I1 J. W.ti.CBa roBD, Atfl School I air Tomorrow. Saturday night Police, police! is Hallowe'en. The gobble of the turkey is now beard around town. Good morning! Are you ready for the School Fair? Mr. J. 1. Morgan motored to Madison villc Monday, spending a day or two with friends. Mrs! Pat Parker and son, Morgan, of Dawson Springs, spent a few days here with r...

Publication Title: Record, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The record. — 29 October 1914

ROARK Furniture, WdJlpewper, Shades, Moldings Undertaker's Goods: Coffins, Caskets, Robes, Wr&pper, Slippers, Grivve Vaults. Disinfection ROARK PLAITED SKIRT WELL LIKED SOME REAL LABOR SAVERS Made of Many Material, Though Probably Tartan Lead All of Them in Favor. rinitod skirts ar much Fccn. Thoy re in fine atrfe. In silk, aatin and crrpc do chine, tlio Iatts flattened with much pr88iug of Iho artat Irona used by tailors. Tartan skirts are ilalted in tliis way and worn with Muck coati turned back with the tartan, or per haps with a tartan waistcoat Instead of trimmings of the Scotch material. They are incorrectly called "plaids" In England. The plaid is the shawl or rue. Tartan is the pattern of it, and the Scotch would stare astonished at come of tho tartans woven in France and flelglum and America, without the remotest reference to clan. riain woolen materials, very soft and fine, are worn In plaited skirts, and this is a favorite form for travel Ins; on account of the very h...

Publication Title: Record, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The record. — 5 November 1914

I Record" Advertising Muhlenberg County Costs NotHlng. g is rich in coal, iron, timber, potter's clay, It pays for itself. The investment is jjjj tctc, and the most inviting field in Ken-' Ktucky for investment of capital and pluck. j ISure of returns. Get our rates. 3 mt-sToorocxjjrxxKjfjfx k k x jut AxxxexxSKCTa VOL XVI. NO. 3H. GREENVILLE KY.. THURSDAY. NOVEM1JER 5, 19U. 50c. PER YEAR, IN ADVANCE GOOD ROADS GOOD ROADS PROVE BENEFIT Improved Highways Increase Attend ance at Rural School State Ma king Greatest Progress. While it Is true tbat various factors contribute to Increase or decrease the attendance at schools In Riven sections of the country. It la worthy of com ment that In the states having a Dish percentage of Improved roads much larger percentage of the students en rolled regularly attend the schools than In the Mates having a small per centage of improved roads. In live eastern and western states, which have a large mileage of improved roads, the average attendance of ...

Publication Title: Record, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The record. — 5 November 1914

7T,lSrj rCffrft!? tress- "n,c,M,c have lrtoknl - RECORD -PRESS, O ;! t. F. ;i:nl. ;niM L. i:;.h, .'I) I - Okik' L. Koakk, Kpiivk. 'TsrUcns. T'a. ."2. ti in .lv.i i'-. ii:t t'-.rr' f i-Aik'. oHituarv ?ilirrt. rt C.i.-r oi' 3k. p.-r line l tnailr Kr mi -"! OK Uuo. !Ma variation oi 4hit rnlr lo ryoi. rr rr.wrpl r. j Irt. tl! I traitr.. AJfrtIr i u iii Ik li.-rr;r4. A ratrrar. mil b f ui-ttUtbr-4 n nquc-;. Ail irt-M ll4stirmt.i.-Attftif- ami irni nil re- c' UtiC' v)b lo Ml VUK. !i'hv liit ciiTiiV, . j I tosbay, kovls; I t, (.f.pr!.',i. Kr.,jHtj".if M I ii h:-:;h :i Ta Uv i I- r ti i; !: ..il deeper comprehension, a fuller real : ; I'tmi f their r-. s i? ! i : it-s as well as of their blessings, and a i keener sense of the inor.il ami prac I li. ?! significance f wh;.t !h ir part j among the na'.ions of 1 1 c .u..l may conic to be. The hurtful ctk-rts of foreign -!ir i:i their own industrial aiid Dii,;.it n i ll utfjiis have iiii.Ij (hem feel the uiire fully and see the in ire c!c.nly th...

Publication Title: Record, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The record. — 5 November 1914

WALK-OVER SHOES FOR MEN Misfit Stoic si r uv is one oi our hoMtii s wc know how wo want to Ik trratol wlun we $;o into a stun tospciul our money anl try to ilo that way ly von when vou come here. We want your shoe thoughts to he pleasant ami to le of WALK OYKU SHOKS. HEAD, ST1RSMAN & CO. GEEENYILLE. KV. Iff GREENVILLE. KV. I ftp ... . . Iff ------ i'V' r n 1 i ' i i 1 i ' " r ' " i ' I n il- ' - --li'.i - SCHOOL FAIR Third Annual School Fair Leads la Attendance anJ Interest. L C. ft. R. LOCAL TIME CARD. noma aoinD. n. It LouUTlllr trm II t tii-iiinatt Klirm S.Sa pm fl Luivi!lr Umitrd ) MCntrICIt- arcom molt Un 7.l&ua oirn But'kO. o. 13 r.-lurak nil Cairo rrm I.Sam til PuIUmi -cianmcMNUfD It.t pm lot Nr orlfirn apn-ial 40 pm I0JN.O. pcc. UuivUlr punur. only) l.tTam ...!. W.U.CiPi), A).1. House Barns Last Friday. n alarm of die ajout ii.to o'clock last Friday morning stopped the School Fair march and attract ed a larger crowd than has been seen at a fire in a long while, 'l 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. — 5 November 1914

xc, Vv.xlipD.per. Sketdvj Mc!diigs kill Undertaker's Goods: Coffins, Caskets, Robes, Wrixppeiv, Slippers, Grieve Vaults. Disinfection ROARK 'v. VJ a BESMT AND ROSE I II Is t.'.p"' '. " ' ! ti I 'no Cs rr.iin.-.l '.ei TVT Cy r.; AY C. RINGWALT. rv. V .... . v. i . - . -.,.. .1 v - - -1 -'J. f t '.;. T i ' .4 Vv;-:"" - . To;.'?:-' - o ..." ! A : r;; .-, . ; ... : rs j.:iy .:-, I ';.. .1 l' . 'li ' ' '.:irT, 1 ;,-...::!.. ' . i.. !i !i ;. . th.-v I ., i I. ;. . . . ., , I f. v 'i il.iw- r r. r.. . . u 'i ". ! ' ' v..u.U lli'.. . :' i- ! :.i . . i . 1 . '. i t'.it! n I : ; .!! : I ! I- . i . ' I ':. t it u. .. ; i ' '. !'' M i: . I; . ''! : ! i i i I y . ! i : 1 1 . I.. . : t .;!..; ; -.1 !: f mil cost c- L!,',:::, :::::: There Ars Ti u-. V . . i !t !.; ! sibl l?r f'r::-.'. r to I :.-. IUj r!tU' Jj in t i tho nuitilry r :. Iiad f;;r:.'s Tl i. i i'i ' v !..) i .. : n ir ! r III l.i: h t. t of v.. iuKr .l.v li. . . i : - cf !.. i.j;U; nn.J fab'.a-.-s r.r.l 4a:i: J : " i 'i I tlioultl i.-t...

Publication Title: Record, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The record. — 12 November 1914

rwifYi "Kecorcr Advertising E Muhlenberg County Costs Nothing. . 5 is rich in coal, Iron, timber, potter's clay. fit pays for itself. The Investment is Setc, and the most inviting field in Ken-a ESure of returns. Get our rates. Xtucky for investment of capital and pluck. Bin khV X KXH K.lXJimQtHXUfXl w VOL XVI. NO. 40. GKLKN VILLI- KY THURSDAY. KOVKMIU-IK 12. 191. 50c. PER YEAR, IN ADVANCE REMEDY FOR WOOLLY APHIS norticullural I IE ft GOO D MSCWIMCEEIII) ROAD GOOD ROADS PROVE BENEFIT Improved Highways Increase Attend ance at Rural Schools States Ma king Greatest Progress. While it Ik true that various factors contribute to increase or decrease th attendance at schools In given fret ion of tho couutry. it Is worthy of com ment that In the stales having a hifch percentage of Improved roads a much larger percentage of the vtudents en rolled regularly attend the school than In the Mates having small per centage of improved roads. In livo eastern and western states, which have a. largo t...

Publication Title: Record, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The record. — 12 November 1914

THE RECORD. An I iileH'iident Newspaper. rtMCD nnuuii i RECORD PRESS, rident. Hrrrrury. Okikx L. Roakk. Ivpitok. LBB-Olstane Tiltpban. No. 7'. Offiy ta Aunri rear Roark atore. proum! floor. 50 dm PER YEAR. IN ADVANCE. Tlw wbirHptUm rir off thr prr l bt in ilfnr, n4 th limt he. rapin4 whirs) it U paid, th paper will he Uppd. Card wf thank, obituary aotU-rn. eUv, If oot 9frrr than tra tinfN, will br puttUttic-l 1r. A raarpp f . per line rtll br aia4 fur ue.-ee d f Uae. No Tariatioa of iai rule to any op). Pre aiuaple copies will be walled. Adverttitetpenta mill be Inserted. A raterard will be furnibe4 oa request. A'ldre alleomHinniratloim and mae all re Mluaaoctt payable to Kfct olU rHKH. tireeuTille, K;. THLKSDAY. KOYIMBEI 12. 1911. lerr4 ml the tlreeBTlili . Kjr..patalttrv eeeaa4-ela. mllT. Thai man who was oing to cross the Atlantic by aeroplane will wait until there is safe place in In rope to lanil on. TiifKt is some gaiety about war. Kirst is the Roose step, thev always have mar...

Publication Title: Record, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The record. — 12 November 1914

"YES" Let the Ladies vole and have equal rights and their verdict will be in favor of the Store where Service, Promptness and Courtesy is paramount. We expect our first shipment of that good New Orleans Molasses in the last of this week. Those Makeral that we sell for 5c each weigh from 8 to 12 ol and are about the cheapest meat you can buy. Those little Pork Sausage, every Tuesday and Thurs day, remember the days and the place. W. H. BRIZENDINE & CO. Everything Good to 12 ot Greenville, Ky. LC. K. K. LOCAL TIME CARD. if ! SOCKD. lit I.nuivil1f r'irr f i'lnrlitnali tCHre fM l4.wn.vtHr Limife-rf M Central t'lljr iMToaiaHHialiua. ill T Bill' kit. I lb fa4 and Cairo ju-Ma.... II !.. 3 &5 mm 7.I& ni Ul rIUM iM--uaaoUOMl Iii o Krw Orleaa S.0 pa IMN.O.apae. (LouUvltl paaar. only) I.TJbbi K. t. 11. W.O.CawroBD. Aft. War taxes begin December also. i. Just a fortnight to turkey-eating day. The opera house is bright all this week. Get your tickets for the Lyceum Course at once. Dr...

Publication Title: Record, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The record. — 12 November 1914

OARK Furniture, WaJ2p;per, Shades, Moldings Undertaker's Goods: Coffins, Caskets, Robes, Wnxppenr, Slippers, Gr.ve Vaults. Disinfection ROARIC CROSS AS TWO STSCXS Our Name SMiy i NXjXP( I SUCCESS IM APPLE GHCWIN3 Pruning Ctt Crcvtcftd frarches and Twigs Not as Hclf-ful as Thoroug.i j Thii.rvng Out cf Fruit. IVhatt vc r may eaid of llm past all indications of tin present point to ' the U!;i:osriiiiod pmluliility that financial mkti'ss in apple rrowliiR 1" . the futuro will depend upon ill tln' planting aid irrcttiu;-; of x.iriiti.'s .f IiIrIi quality: til ! id mined, tin .-Havering naifarc l fprayiiiK. n-;aint In Kit prt ati'l fuuKi; C'.l li i.. nat i.ni of Imperfect f iicciau us, restriction of pre duel ion r.ud p.artial control of dis- . tribtitioii .f the fruit cm the trees, liy thiunin;: (t) tasteful arWii.R and at- A Cccd D.str:ti.t,o cf Truit After Thinning. tractive presentation cf tUu fruit ou the r.r..ilu L Nature iu the pact, been largely de:(Cdfd u; oa lo nlice o er-uur-de...

Publication Title: Record, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The record. — 19 November 1914

Record Advertising a HUM g Muhlenberg County Costs Nothing. 3 9 J is rich in coal, iron, timber, potter's clay,! etc, and the most inviting field in Ken 'It pays for itself. The investment is jjj Get our rates. S Sure of returns. tucky for investment of capital and pluck. I X K XXX KMJ M X X X X X X X X X Jl Jl x Tj(JCx JiXZXKSJl VOL XVI. NO. 41. GREENVILLE KY., THURSDAY. NOV EM HER UK 1914. 50c. PER YEAR, IN ADVANCE IRK DISEASES OF POULTRY ' lllUMlillLiiy IIKVCTCT tVffTn'g V ITVV Jg-J i ft mum 1 GERMS AND PARASITES SHOULD BE KEPT OUT. TO STUDY ROAD CONDITIONS Data Being Sought Looking Toward Standardized System of Local Road Management. Detailed studies of local road UilM In systems in 100 countios are now boiuR carried on by the department f agriculture in co-operation with the (late highway departments aud local road authorities. The purpose of this study U to dis cover the points of excellence and de fect in exist in R local methods of bulletins and maintaining roads which will ...

Publication Title: Record, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The record. — 19 November 1914

An I ii.lt-jeml'ii i .-vvsiiir-r. rnnu.HHCD fnunm i. RECORD PRESS, Owl. Hie. ir.t.linl. OKIKN L. Kl'Arh. IvPiTOk. lanff-Psfsneo Ttlrp-or Oflrf in Au:.vm irar l.t.:rl: t iur 50 CERTS MR Y'AR. II A5VAXO. T mhr rlplwi pru-e of ll. rkjirr U pay. li. tu and hn tr tTQ nun ruinr wfcifil it 1-1 pfcil. tlr paptT v. lli t boptyed. Crdtf tbok. ,lill.i-r n..i'r. .!.. if not jni- lhn It'o tinrv, ill tir mll. h-'.Ifrtr. A b.rf uf Mr lltn will ! wl for Mi.,-rl-aft liur. !m variation of lhiru!f t.i i:'ui. Troe tr wl rout. ill l mUr4. A4wrttM-ia-stai hr iMM-rU-d. Irionrd Mil t artar4 oa rwiiw. . Atfitr mV m"iiunk-tin mnrt wkr all re- i lltr my!ir u hfc :i;i I'HWS j tatvtivi'U. iy. j Tfil'RSDAY, NKVBB12 l. 4tr-4 Ih Cirrrtm'.U. K..r Tills drmorralii: c.ni. usj i'd l tempird to cru I rii I g-im-; la for the j rottction ti..d eimsctvatioii uf iuoie. It the height of the Kimt.iiie soil's It a giod eiher i,;n, th.rc i ing to be a lot i.f !e p a!i; this cuniii inu r. Manv on''re!sm;ii h com plained f bei'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. — 19 November 1914

. I . 1 l - We Have Received a Ship-i ment of Louisana Open Kettle Molasses and Sugar C. H. HOWARD & (0. LC. ft.fc.lOCAl TIME (D. fcflRTH BOI'lkU. HO. It; I oui.Till- I T. - II .S.'mia t 'iiflunait r-M. n pui 1M Loui.tllb Limit-! 3 Vmiii M Crnlrl 4"lt- adttuiuutalMtuia ?.I!ib Mill IHl'-ll. . IU Patlilrak I ir mMSMn Lllan 121 Milium rciioilluni I:f.iri IOI KritlltlnK Mm-ial .m lltt K . O. pre. ilouwxillc panr. unl I f- mm Nil, t. I VIS. W.G.erlltD, Art. just a week till turkey day. Train have been late again this week. liooil morning! Arc you ready for Thanksgiving? j The coal pile is being reduced! some'hat tow. j . There was a little whirl of snow early Sunday night. - m j , ilow to do your Christmas shop j ping early: liegm now. j ... I That drop in temperature Sunday Bight crimped hard for while. ... Turnips ore being o fie red at prices from 15 cents a bushel up. Hog-kil!:ng is on rather lively, J and there is an tuuJucc of spare ribs. Mr. C. A. Denny and family will soon mo...

Publication Title: Record, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The record. — 19 November 1914

ROARKFsmiii;re, YsJlp&per, Shades, Moldings Undertaker's Goods: Coffins, Caskets, Robes, Wrixpper.y Slippers, Grixve Vavilts. Disinfection ROARK y r : v. s t - - . ' - . 4 '-r 1 - .- WEAK A KISS-KE-OU-CX CUTL Any Kind cf riutfl.-iris Th t '-.y .. Desired, Is tc Cnler cf the Cay. "And rvrry tnuirll cf h- - h.i'r ; curlod nbout i:iy l.'T.ii." i an;t IN' . bill if th" lin'.ril,! tO'Ia.v .: l . !m.h men's I'.rarts l!v. re i;ui:-t In' -r many hrarts. ;..r it U i m.-.i :i i ;.: ni2l -urH. hci k -ar!.i, i:nlo bins; cuila : t (In- 4 f th A 1 alluring U.tl rinsh t u!:.u il u : dor the 1ml !i;::u. FIi! in .aror nr.- th; J"...t s .1.1 .i" . that i.ow rthni I't, e '.-; k or llr : : i !! of two t-.p to !.;? . ;u in. 'i'li- curls can Ik- !.: .(! v i.h -..i ! Iirilliintir.i frt 1- c.p'j .1 V :r. . the liairdrosTi rs v.'io i tip to the mii.ulc in t-U'U aii'n.iv. .; supplying Ihoe 01 rU i-i i:iiy : -. and these f;:lj.- (!'.;. ih, ;..l; tago of having a roiJ of n::.. ;i iri- e.i cne sida s.i they...

Publication Title: Record, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The record. — 26 November 1914

(nvtzsi mttmK iRecorcr Advertising 5 Muhlenberg County Costs Nothing. is rich in coal, iron, timber, potter's cla letc, and the most inviting field in Ken-f h pays for itself. The investment is J I Sure of returns. Get our rates. , oir UMUJIM K K K K K K H K K K.K.K.K M.KSXKK l Ftucky for investment of capital and pluck. GIILKNVILLE KY THURSDAY. NOVEMIIER 2. 1914. VOL XVI. Kir. H2. 50c. PER YEAR, IN ADVANCE QUINCE ALWAYS GOOD FRUIT, HOWEVER. REQUIRES CAREFUL COOKING. CtViCE FOfl PILING STUMPS . ,t .1 1 ; V- J -ml COST OF LIVING INCREASED There Art Timet When It I Impos sible for Farmer to Haul Hi Product to Market. The people who groun under the high coat of living and wonder why necessaries of life like potatoes and raubsKea and turnips mid apple ahould be lotting on the farm ht-n they would bring high prices lu the cltie do net realize the condition of the country roads. When roads are bad farmers experience d'ffleulty in getting their produce to market. When toads are very tad 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. — 26 November 1914

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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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