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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The record. — 6 June 1918

! ilHiiailiilinHHglHHHlli silt nm '.; for 'J-'.'")3f i c k hi nr n ism. Feed the American Army Save sthe Wheat Flour X A v.y.w ;:!v w'Tvico t Uuii.nlit ful'iV ii:-;y !k- . o i: i"Ji .of a!'.V no:il anil l;:t v lie n oik- c.iwiv too M;;:nrl much M01 B THF RflTT lIOiLwf SOIL Pli a I It 5'tl ft CUV .1 KTfii! a tifl i t tip h'a: with a A VAMCTY OF GOOD THINGS. ":y v.v.-'. ; ;'. vuorshiro :it !i !:ii ;:: !:,'.,' i.,' el" :; .vrmii into ;i (;!:::; of t'.io hiv-t s w . ;tn-4:ir. IVfl Iltiti THE PATRIOTIC PLEDGE Ky.. -1918. 1 Isnvo a family of ilin'i' v'lo i V -;") (f :;:'.r'!i', ir.:.-h i ' 1 4 '.ws and U's of ; porsona living at ray homo. I hve on hand pounds of wheat flour. I agree that in ray home we will not use more than six pounds of wheat products in thirty days for each person, including flour, rrackcrs. Victory bread, macaroni, etc., until the next harvest comes in -August. I agree to hold at my home all wheat flour which I have on hand over a thirty days' supply for my family on ...

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 June 1918

V E : MUHLENBERG'S OLDEST AND MOST SUBSTANTIAL NEWSPAPER IS UN : PARALLELED AS AN ADVER o e e t TiSING MEDIUM. . o ecaooe0oeocoae9toofi(tococeso : JOB PRINTING : OF QUALITY PROMPTLY DONE. PRICES : 2 AS REASONABLE AS IS CONSIST- ENT WITH GOOD WORK MANSHIP. 2 e 0 o e itttttotoctos VOL. XX. NO. 19 GREENVILLE, KY., THURSDAY? JUNE 1:3, 1918. 50c. PER YEAR, IN ADVANCE SELECT DAIRY COW BY TYPE Milk Production and Reproduction Are Essential Functions Rec ords Are Lacking. The essential functions of the dairy cow are milk production and repro duction. According to L. W. Wing, Jr., of the Missouri College of Agriculture, the nio.t accurate methods of deter mining these are : (1) Milk production by means of the milk scales and the Babcock test; (2) Reproduction by breeding records. There is only u small proportion of thft cows used for dairy purposes on which such records are kept. This ne- ' : f t Champion Dairy Cow. cossitates the employment of some other method of selection. In the breeding...

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 June 1918

f - ' VI ' ' ; -.It ' This forld cfi'it'n.ins an oversup ply of ir.tn. A njj-n ;ry ktov a dollar at sight aid s-t I ; i uotknov its value. Man P.ucnt talk' - iiever -says I- i: Wf v v ji .oi: i i..rr. ? J1 ? I cz7 vzl I-ril in stead. i.cller-Cr.er- cr uzii to - Crocs ? "I , . i A -1-1 AL POSTMASTER: Kiacly Lave ht;er-cr icr ccllver for wKIch I v.-ill- i:cv on drllvcrv: ! tr.f ri 'hi- at t!t, ;i :i si::i-.- ' - - - -i --- i iie liror, with most men l that thy l:. vo to die to be appreci tiT.3 C- $5. U. S. WAR-SAVINGS STAMPS e.t 5 ; : ecii ..vi 'T STA?:?3 ot 23c. eacL I!..,,.. ',1 i,. ..I, ..i- i.- un 'i '.-tig c bcc:iu.c it i-i too suft to i . v. L I1 t. I t i ,s i ;r. ii v- i. : l it" t - -V..'l' u I ;l i I HI '! i.-llr 14 I ."5 c. i I "J I : I ' v. .'I iv DIM: or liuc. 1 U-l.ll'.ot-1 o '-'lie m ..MJOSt. I ,iu ,1 . ! -oiiiri.V.iU-i',llO,i Ii .HHKe il lC ! nr. ShT vT sr.y ' j COVZ?!Tlr.H f May June V. V. S. S. COST DUFvLNG i9i3 $4.15 I J.:!y C4.18 I Oci. 4.10 Ann. 4.10 Kc-r. 4.17 I S...

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 June 1918

LOCAL I. C K. K. TIME CARD. NOKTH Bnl.Sn. 'j? tionisrillf- KTiin'nt J 02 ti I'iiS i Etiuvsh 0l Louisville Limit')) 'SCiOt'ntra,! City iir"nmniriln tin . . fj.ll pm . l.C! p-D , 3.5.- a m . 7.07 pm SOUTH BOUND. M5 I'ail'icah :uH Cai r ;i-niiii 5.10 a.m fit Fulton ai'i'imiuuxlaliun. 11.11 pm 111' New Oriesna sjxvia.1 3.43 pm 103 N. C). ap'-r. am Stuns to ili-i-harsrc rvvatie pasi-tcngsrs from Louisville :itnl p;irt.H bRyntid. Mav 20, w. o. CrtAwriiwT. Art. The White is King. Chautauqua here, June 2024. Good morning! Fishing is not a nonessential occupation! Some special wallpaper bargains at Roark's. The week of June 17-22 will be a gTeat one for the ladies of Muhl enberg. Mrs. May Reno, of State College, Penn., arrived here the first of the week on a visit to her mother and other relatives. Drand new Ford touring car for sale. Apply to Harry Wilkinson, Fred & Lewis store. Mrs. J. Hugh Eaves, of Little Rock, Ark., is here on a visit to rel- atives and Iriends. Mr. and Mrs. Oscas 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. — 13 June 1918

i.'-.ei v ymm j1r-fiicjf lu-o:-.o!nic3 cl.ansc3 man's rx-Uvitics. f y. , j . L I . T r"? err . rl ,' v ry r """ r v p n - ry P'fp p r n n f" a s? r" Prrr'-r Cxcrt-Us rr.ri ?r;t;in Fcer!-. in V.'IreU.. Vi'.i Aid in Prc-A-cL-Jo-i cf Cti-cr,". Litters. (r.vrr.,rc;I Vy i:j V-r.cl r.tr.t-tf Itepart i.vrr.l. .A ;-!'..:'. lute.) 7? (!: rows that sno ro fjsrrow In j.:-:t.s .A;-r:l i.rculnoo p'l stv-sv-z, A !;.".! -its llt j;r.:l ,Tt the r i !i i-f,;; -h r:u "ceesfu! iy to y.t;.:;;i: r.r.'.e they :i;:-t i-o rrepe.-ly 0"i-a fer from ii"-r ;::. it thr l::y of fenvwi'er. Qu-? vi tho T''t hkiekv.ner: M 1; sow:,1 fr.rrc.vinj; '-.l strop;?. ;!;: .n.i;;-; I: iter: !; !:!:; of -:eec;e( Du'ii;;X the cM sir.'l !;;. rvy wc.ihcr lie;.?- HUe- to lie iM-r.jiiitl i ho t1ori!ii; quarter r.D.l Ik ooe-i'erie.Mtv That, h'-we-ver, i.-i j i ;t v !i"t 1hy sh-.:!.! not do r.H the ::"! ;eo the fjv'clallslsj of tho United '!... f'. :,rU;:c nt P .pvieuh uro. Thu p:vci e::r.;:-e i" -r a 1 re.ou pmv in which .!-.; viil...

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 June 1918

v . .. THE RECORD 2 A : MUHLENBERG'S OLDEST AND MOST ? SUBSTANTIAL NEWSPAPER IS UN X PARALLELED AS AN ADVER- 2 TISING MEDIUM. "1 jOfc PRINTING OF QUALITY PROMPTLY DONE. PRICES : : AS REASONABLE AS IS CONSIST- ; I ENT WITH GOOD WORK- MANSHIP. VOL. XX. NO. 20 GREENVILLE, KY., THURSDAY; JUNE 20, 1918. 50c. PER YEAR, IN ADVANCE IDEAL HOUSE FOR CHICKENS iWherever Possible Building Should i Have Southern Front Fresh Air and Sunshine Help. ' Plenty Of fresh air and sunshine, ialong with freedom from drafts and dampness, are the requisites of the ideal poultry house, yet there are many poultrymen who build expen- i IP House With Open Front. slve houses for their fowls without giving a thought to the real needs of the hen. Nothing plays a more im portant part in regulating the condi tion of the house than does location. Wherever possible the house should be built on a aouthern slope and it. is bttE It tt.SlSa.s SAMBA TOtftCtlaa, 851 0. grove of trees, to the north. This will give the ho iiso...

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 June 1918

TjSS USg3Kmie i-oslewmg Organizations Li A Part 0? TfiJ Artists - Iffie cislcn. i hired Pete! Dill to slay a cat whose ways v.fcre full of error; it howled weird fjbgs at t. and my flat and made the Aight a terror." 1 said Exterminate tne brut.: and hero's a silver quarter;' I care not n you drown or shoof oT bray liim in a mortar." Nejt night ttie cat was siid on deck with songj of home and mother; it made ray nerves so dire a wreck i knew not which t'oth er. I hunted up old i'ctcr Diil and said. "You are a quitter! Why don't you .hump yourueit" and kill that cheap .misguided critter?" " i can not qufte make, up my mind," he ::T:;::::::y;';:; : o am Appear Atucr is: 28-24. , 1 i .V N .V 3 f i 5 ! .v.-. r.itt-.-p V-i v..,. ,:..; t. of a . ,! : i.'j Nn v,,!'i;ii...'i said "how b-s: to do i;; i do not. . ..5 tr.a 1- : 11 r" Km -,0 !;'?".. . r.ii' i-iir. I '1 t:: t. S'M'.' It. 1. -ill' V.'lTHI. TKBSBAY, Mil 23. 1018. v 1 m I P. i s ,ie c mi nis dl in m i , , t s U .,m . i.i.iiiir.-. .L...

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 June 1918

LOCAL i. (. &. R. TIME CARD. Pi NOBTH BOUND. NO. 'j2 Louisville Express 12.11 pm '02 Cincinnati Express 1.43 pm '04 Louisville Limited 3.55 am l30 Central City accommodation 7.07 pm BOUTII BOUND. NO. 135 Padncah and Cairo accom. 5.10 am 121 Fulton accommodation 12.11 pm 101 New Orleans special 3.43 pm 103 N. O. spec 1.22 am Stops to discharge revenue passengers from Louisville and parts beyond. May 20, 1917. W. G. Crawford Agt. The White is King. Chautauqua opens today. Jietter weather conditions are wel come. A rain is needed, as crops are beginning to suiter for moisture. Some special wallpaper bargains at Roark's. Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Kaves, of Lit tle Rock, are here on a vtsit to rel atives and friends. Brand new Ford touring car for sale. Apply to Harry Wilkinson, at Fred & Lewis store. Wheat threshing will begin July i and plans are being made to give fullest service. Buy the best value in America piano, the Lyon & Healy, from Roark, county distributor. Mr. C. M. How...

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 June 1918

minliiil ww THE MISSES KELLER CONCERT COMPANY Hill 1 tT 9 i u 11 IL Si It NATION-WIDE BOOST IS SEEN Aii States of Union Have Availed T!jcm?c'vc3 of Opportunity Of fered by Government. (pTCprrcd by the United Ft;Uo3 Depart ment of .Asrrici-.Iture.) Thiit Iho better ronils movement is roeoivin:: n;i lion-wide boost is shown ly t!ie fnot that, all tlio states of the Union h;:ve avail oil tlienisp'vos of tlio opportunity of participating in the benefits of the federal aid road act, whie'i nrropriiited .$73,000,000 for tlio const ruct ion of post rends and ?10, COO.000 for forest roads, according to Iho report of the director of the office of public roads and rural ensineerinp:, United States department of agricul ture. That the passage of the act lias f t i'.milated road building is shown by ihe fact that in there were ap proximately 11, 000.000 of state funds expended for :.I1 highway purposes, and it. i.-i estimated that in tJ?Lcnlondar year 1017, the aggregate expenditures of state f...

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 June 1918

V JOB PRINTING : THE RECORD : MUHLENBERG'S OLDEST AND MOST I SUBSTANTIAL NEWSPAPER IS UN- ? t PARALLELED AS AN ADVER- TISING MEDIUM. I : OF QUALITY PROMPTLY DONE. PRICES Z .AS KEASUINAdLc; Ab 15 UUIX JMol- T : ENT WITH GOOD WORK- MANSHIP. GREENVILLE, KY., THURSDAY, JUNE 1918. 50c. PER YEAR, IN ADVANCE VOL. XX. NO. 21 PLEDGE WEEK JUNE 24 TO 28 P ..... I Upon advice of National Chairman F. A. Vanderlip and Federal Director J. D. Lyon, of the district embracing the State of Kentucky, the big June Drive, in which we are to secure pledges of the people for the balance of our quota of $50,000,000, has been fixed for June 24 to 28 next, instead of June 3 to 8, as announced previously. Kentucky will put it "over the top" in this big drive, which is to termi nate on the 28th, and which day President Wilson will be asked to proclaim "National War Savings Day" throughout the United States. Governor Stanley will be asked to issue a proclamation for the State of Kentucky, and the Mayor of Louisv...

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 June 1918

cSSSSfici astir:- Governor Stanley Proclaims National War Savings Elay Am I. ; id ;t rn(ifctn Afft'iMi'-f IT 14 1 J. -II Ell TBI Y i;i ' RECORD PRESS, IXUAivh, tit!iro. e I crrff'ttlstatree Tsfapbvnc. An. "2. OSaOf i.i Annex ifar I.'oark suire.groniii' r.onr. TUKMS. Tot-( bstT'.ptiyli prie of thi purHrla ps.j-ji-Ma 11; :if- taji'f, Jir.i1 wm-.u tt.v ti:ve '.? i-Apii-cci o wbiuu it is paM, l,J piipor v, iU slopped. Ciirds of thai lea, obituary ootir-es. t-'i:.. if uot lciV;w ih.cu twn Hoes, will to piibiin: Vn. A charge of &e. !er Una will be rt.H.i)c for ,uct.-t:e 1 tnf; lines. No varictviot. of Mis r1" to auycu". Free sample copies will be mailed. A('Ter;i.'-enietits will be maorle'l. Aratficard wil loe furuibed on rerjDeta. Acid'-os .!! epiPinnuicHitionf ci.tt make all re dittaace.s payable u Ki:oKl l-i: fc.S.s, Oreetiville tty. THURSDAY, JUNE 27, BIS. Rireo a.;, tne Oreenville, Ky., postoftlee as -'fOn fi-"(t rr!Htfr This paper has enlisted with the government in tne cause of...

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 June 1918

LOCAL !. (. R. R. TIMF CARD. NUltTU BOUSB. 22 TjouisTille Express 03 Cincinnati Exprews '04 Louisville Limitt'd '3fi Central City accommodation . SOUTH BOUND. .12.11 pra . 1.43 pm . 3.55 am . 7.07 135 Padiicah and Cairo areola 5.10 am il Fulton H-coramodation 12.11 pin 10! New Orleans special 3.43ptn 103 N. O. spc 1.22 am Stops to discharge rc-cnue passengers from Louisville and parts beyond. May 20, 1917. W.G.CBAwrnBi). Airt. Circus Saturday. The White is King. Grab the loafers and put them to work. Next Thursday is the next legal holiday. Bought for one, enjoyed by all that's the Victrola. Good morning! Have you cut your weeds before they go to seed? Some special wallpaper bargains at Roark's. We will have our Chautauqua again next year. Trade with Reark, who teaches your dollars to have more cents. Mr. Hainner McCracken was here from Central City yesterday. Look at Roark's stock of chairs and rockers greatest in county. Mr. H. A. McNary left yesterday on a business trip through t...

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 June 1918

mwwm !I . , B JC.n H l.' ft. B. ti? CSS ACT OF RIPENING OF FRUIT KEEPING COWS IN OPEN SHED Hl: 1 M I r 1 irl Chouici' Function of Throwing Off Car bon Ce Suspended Fruit Dice or Will Dry Up. Fnrt:-; do not; nvi on tlio air in 'die rnuie mnr.nor ;is To loaves. I'miis at cvory Ptjipt' of th;ir rt.vth, l.uh in li.irht :md diiikiicss, sulTor a loss of ':irlion wink Icjivos vi;lsorl fiirlon. The loss oC carbon by fruits is csson ti.:l 1o their riponin?, for sbo'.ibl the fsinciion of throwing: off carbon bo vvivinVd (as demonstrated by OKpeii i:ient) 1bo ripening stops and the fru't oios or will dry v.p on the tree. Fruits which are enclosed in shells ripen, however, as the membranes which forms the husks are permeable to the air, the atmosphere within the shell furnishing the same qualities of oxy and nitrogen as the air we breathe. "When fruits are separated from the tree and placed in atmosphere depriv ed of oy:ren they will not vn n. but the power of ripening is only suspend ed and ma...

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 July 1918

I THE RECORD : i JOB PRINTING : : MUHLENBERG'S OLDEST AND MOST SUBSTANTIAL NEWSPAPER IS UN PARALLELED AS AN ADVER TISING MEDIUM. o 1 11 i 2 OF QUALITY PROMPTLY DONE. PRICES AS REASONABLE AS IS CONSIST- I t ENT WITH GOOD WORK- ? I MANSHIP. VOL. XX. NO, 22 GREENVILLE, KY., THURSDiY, JULY 4, 1918. 50c. PER YEAR, IN ADVANCE Mala Qmmptme Gin, Jj? CTtauvs famous fc&?&w$Ji. T ZLu.'- ' ) :- - S (ANTONIO RCSNATI K'Y,,,.'t -w? ig- WHO COST HIS EV' &&(?f n i life at rfev , s ( MINCOLA.L I. Vg2iij By GARRET SMITH. Italy Is queen of the air. England's defense of the sea with her Mammoth Navy ; France's heroic infantry checking the first onrush of the Hun at the Marne and at Verdun ; America's vast contribution of ma terials and money in the past and of fighting reserves in the future, are matched by Italy's contribution to the allied air navy, which will determine as much as any one factor our iinal victory over the Teutonic Powers. The general public, amazed at the marvelous per...

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 July 1918

1 A -; i tS c a t ri j -- r , rl.lli.!'-J"!i TM r l.f 1; YS r,T t s T . r- r iO ' i i t fi' i If- 3 S ( J- O 4 9. i.J 6 B fL. V lli:n.v I. l.lnTIS '(TI-MI'l, iMivf i.i A.-iru:x ir.r.r I'.ivirk -it. ire. jrroinid floor. Ti c :tibs;-c ipt,ii:i f.rii-.'. o! t Uf i.ii-cr is ji;." u.- O Ml .1 it- 1 iV 8s :.i'i, Ihc j-.P.JiiV Mii; it- itoppti. Cii.rOs iij titanic a. oiiUrVry notice!-.. iM..-., if rot lou.rtvr than tin !inis, v;li be pol-.ilKlu'd free. A charge of o". iier Hue will be nuvle Itr sui.,'.:,ii I tag1 ir.es. Ko rarinuoa of thtsrv-bi lo stuyou. Fret; Hivmpl? copies will be mailed. Advertisements n ill be ttiserted. A ratecard wii I be. furnisherl on n. quest. .VMrcus allc-omruiiBivationH e.ml make all re mit'.auci'.a payable io KiitWKI) I' MISS, OrrfivUlf. Ky. JH'JOAY, JULY 4, 1913. B .ur-ed aj toe Cii-cenvilie, Ky., poatofJlee as t :ni-e'.!is matter - This mver has enlisted with the government in the cause of America for the period cf the war - A.M-Ml'A rimv has A re pt-C' M an...

Publication Title: Record, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The record. — 4 July 1918

LOCAL 1. (. R. R. TIME CARD. MOUTH BOUND. l;2 Louisville Rxpvens l0C Ciai'iuuati Express 1 0 1 Louisville Limited ';J6 Central City jioeouimodatioii . SOUTH BOUNJK ....U.ll pro 1.43 pm .. . 3.S5 am ,.. . 7.07 pm 135 Paducah and Cairo nvcom 5.10 W I'll Fulton accommodation 12.11 pm 10' New Or!e;m j specia.1 3.43 pm 103 N.O. spec 1.22 .ro Stops to ilififharse wi'iine passengers from Louisville ami parts beyond. Slav 20, 10ir. W. i. Cvavporii. A?l. The White is King. Bought for one, enjoyed by all that's the Victrola. Good morning! Cut your weeds yel? It is a patriotic duty. Some special wallpaper bargains at Roark's. We have had some early fall weather this week. Trade with Roark, who teaches your dollars to have more cents. Pledge to buy your fall share cf War saving Stamps. Mrs. E. N. Martin is. prepaied to do all kinds of ladies tailor work in best manner. Wheeler & Wilson sewing Machine liu. 9, in good working order, for sale. Apply at this office. Rev. and Mrs. James Baird ar...

Publication Title: Record, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The record. — 4 July 1918

v t:3 r.r ' ' . -4 1 MKiTCiN.M MCABINTfe T .r !i ;:io yii:r inoo-J ii:it stars vi;:r.;i :i: ;i;t 11..; ur.vk-nt ; k v, lna i::x r.o : j) ' ::n K'. r.o sour:;, .'j 1 rat a ui ;i;.v. ::u i'.-ir to H CEAX OF VAHIOUD KINDS. ha.--:, r.; to recent ..".- i i Ar.ioriva Iy for ill' junvoso c stock fiv.-l, l-.'.:: tho scarcity el' nil:,? l-o-.ius h.; "nnm.rlit :;;v the v:ili'." iho Loan n:- :i food for the human i: rally. The suy bean contains marly twko as much pi'oicin as r.ieat and as a siiii"t.irutc for it, us " '.I oihor brans. TUoy unlike the mrv.y henn as to i-t;:-chy coiiwv.t, co:Uainir.,t very little vl.U-h niaia's I'loni a valuable font! for .iinciic.'J. The s'.-jrc'i may be supplied I'.'. th.ar or cornstarch, making them norc :'e:'n o no "''v V':i oi'.liiiMrv tinvv Sr-y hears arc of several colors, Tilack. ;rree:!, r.rov:i or yclimv. They are ycod coaO-.I in m:av ways, hut must be soakeii twelve hours before coakii;;?, then siiamer uuiil tender. When bakhis them tin achlilion of a ...

Publication Title: Record, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The record. — 11 July 1918

if M 1 . X JOB PRINTING : THE RECORD : MUHLENBERG'S OLDEST AND MOST ? SUBSTANTIAL NEWSPAPER IS UN PARALLELED AS AN ADVER TISING MEDIUM. i OF QUALITY PROMPTLY DONE. PRICES AS REASONABLE AS IS CONSIST ENT WITH GOOD WORKMANSHIP. VOL. XX. NO. 23 GIVE BROOD StfWS GOOD CARE Proper Exercise and Protein Feedo In Winter Will Aid in Production of Strong Litters. .(Prepared by the United States Depart ment of Agriculture.) If the sows that are to farrow In Harch and April produce good strong, vigorous litters and get their pigs through successfully "to weaning time they must be properly cared for from 'now until the clay of farrowing. One of the biggest hindrances to the sows' farrowing good strong, vigorous litters is lack of exercise. During the cold and snowy weather hogs like to lie around the sleeping quarters and be comfortable. That, however, is just what they should not do all the time, advise the specialists of the United States department of agriculture. The proper exercise for a bro...

Publication Title: Record, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The record. — 11 July 1918

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
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0 i I) LOCAL I. (. R. R. TIME CARD. SOUTH BIHN1). Nf. Louit Tille Express Jl)2 Ciucirinati Express O i Louisville Limiteil l3t5 Central City accommoilaticm . . SOUTH KOIIVP. NO. 133 Paducah ami Cairo nccoui 121 Fulton ai'commodation in i New Orleans special Ift3 N. O. hpt 12.1! pna 1.43 pm 3.55 am 7.07 pm 5.10 am 12.11 pin 3.43 pia . 1 .22 am Steps to illselinrire re"onuc pas.i'jrigcr.s Irorj Louisville anil parts beyond. Mav 20. 1917. W. O. CmwroRH. Ajrt. The Whue is Kino. Traveling men aie not so numer ous, now. Bought for one, enjoyed by all that's the Victrola. . . - . . Mrs. Morton Lile is visiting her mother in Christian county. See the strong line of Victrolas on Roark's floor. Hot weather is what we are need ing. (lolden Star furniture polish, best made, at Roark's. Read the new oidin?.nce provid ini; a licensi: for dgs. Hear the Roark's. July Victor records at License your doj; taken up and killed. or have him Look at Roark's stock of chairs and rockers greatest in county. ...

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