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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The record. — 26 September 1918

A War Prayer. Oh, God of all the hosts of men Upon the battlelield tonight Wilt Thou not look in tender love . And guard our sons who nobly fight. For they are there for Thy dear sake For love of Thee and home and life Wilt Thou not send them victory? And end, we pray, this bitter strife. Amy M. Longest, in The Christian Evangelist. The White is King. Days and nights are now oftqual length. Roark for pianos, Victrolas, " re cords, cabinets. Fourth Liberty Loan starts Sept. 28 get ready. Old hats remodeled at the Sim nions shop. The opening of ourlyceum season is October 2. Large stock of mirrors at Roark's Small prices. Help our boys cm to Berlin by buying bonds. Snaps io high grade wallpaper at Roark's. Buy Liberty Bonds so that Liber ty Bell may ring forever. Needles and all sorts of sewing machine supplies at Roark's. Monday is county court day, and there will be a large crowd here. See the "Restgood" line of hau mattresses and pillows at Roark's. Hear the Hawaiians, a great trou...

Publication Title: Record, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The record. — 26 September 1918

wmm n m wmwwmwwmwmmwwmwwB 9 w 1L . H ROADS CAUSE OF MUDDY HIGHWAYS Water Which Ffows From Fields to Reads Is Expensive to Public Forbidden by Statute. Muddy roads due to -water v.hich flows over Hie surface of land alons a highway into the side ditches are expensive to the public. Is'o railroad will tolerate a wet roadbed longer than is necessary to carry out the drainage work to dry the earth, lint persons whose convenience depends iu no small iueaure on the roads pasj-.in.? by their property rarely do anything to check the injury they are working to themselves and their neighbors in the maimer mentioned. The Colorado highway commission lias called atu nlion to a statute which makes it a misdemeanor in that state to allow water to tlow on a road and lias issued the following notice on alio Mibjoot : 4Trm the fields along a high way the waste or excess water is al lowed to run directly to the road ditch, and if, as is of ion the case, the road ditch is obstructed, this water gets ov...

Publication Title: Record, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The record. — 3 October 1918

9 JOB PRINTING : OF QUALITY PROMPTLY DON:PRICES I t AS REASONABLE AS IS CONSIST- MUHLENBERG'S OLDEST AND MOST I SUBSTANTIAL NEWSPAPER IS UN- : PARALLELED AS AN ADVER TISING MEDIUM. : I , ENT WITH GOOD WORK- MANSHIP. GREENVILLE, KY TJIURSD.iY, OGTOIH 1918. 50c. PER YEAR, IN "ADVANCE VOL. XX. NO. 35 'American Finds liabs King a Roal Democrat . . . J? I I . , ' . VflTH HIJ FAMILY Vfl I.. .-.-,..., : : ::. . ,v . . ., . . 3i THE KIN LlVtS f . - s MhllW THE LIFE OF A. fU xffi!5:: :;: i-V' ''i' "J:-:-::-. W? Wi;: wSs'iMS: :i: :.-: :. -.V Si-?' 'v '. :-nA4 DEVOTED MIDDLE CLAJ 4? I , ' UWUaBAMDANP FA THE C. J 7 1 ' 0 Hamilton Holt Interviews Victor Emmanuel at the'Front, Where He Lives Rugged Life of a Soldier. By GARRET SMITH. An alliance with Republican France In the world war for Democracy is per fectly understandable to every citizen of the United States. In the case of our other chief Allies, however, there are still left some old-fashioned Amer icans, fed on the king-baiting school hi...

Publication Title: Record, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The record. — 3 October 1918

R If! jEl regord tj independent Newspaper. '-riil.l.-HED TIU'HBDAYfi BI , RECORD PRESS, '"iikv L. Uoarr, Secretary. Jkikn JL. Koakk, Editok. Ling-Distances Telephone, No. 72. onice in Arnex rear Roark store, ground fioor. 50 CENTS PER YEAR. IN ADYAiKE. TERMS. The subscription price of the paper Is paya ble in advance, and when the time tas expired o which it is paid, the paper will be stopped. Cards of thanks, obituary notices, etc., if not lonzor than teu lines, will be published free. A eharjre of 5c. per line will be made for succeed tag lines. No variation of this rule to anyone. Free sample copies will be mailed. Advertisements will be inserted. A rate card wil ibe furniehed on request. Address all communications and make all re mittances payable to RECORD PRESS, Greenville Ky. THURSDAY, OCTOBER 3, 1918. Etu-ed at tue Greenville, Ky., postofilce as 3"ood-c'ass matter- - - - This paper has enlisted with the government in the cause of America for the period of the war - "We Must ...

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

The White is King. Roark for pianos,, Victrolas, re cords, cabinets. Best goods, lowest prices are the rule at the Simmons shop. "Turkey in the Straw" is now a more popular riddling number than ever? The influenze epidemic is spread ing from the army camps into civil ian ranks, and a considerable pro portion of the people of the country are sufferers. It is - of a specially violent type, and there are many deaths resulting. Old hats remodeled at the Sim mons shop. Large stock of mirrors at Roark's Small prices. Help our boys on to Berlin by buying bonds. x Snaps in high grade wallpaper at Roark's. Several hundred pupils in Green ville school marched and sang in the Liberty Loan ra'ly at the court house Monday afternoon, and great ly enthused all who saw and heard them. Many thousands of dollars in bonds and saving stamps are held by the school children here, and they are lending most valuable aid in every way. Buy Liberty Bonds so that Liber ty Bell may ring forever. Needles and all...

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

rr mmm FliuD LARGE United States Sent to Allies 141,000,000 Bushels of Wheat. CREDIT DUE TO WOMEN. Allies Got 84I,C00,CG0 Pounds More Meat and Fats in 1917-18 Than in Year Before. : A.MKIIICAN FOOD SHIPMENTS TO ALLIES J.I EAT. 101(3-17 '1GG,."()0,000 His. lOlT-liJ 15,01 1,1 00,000 lbs. IncTPHSie. S41.COO.000 lbs. .' CEilEAl.S. 1010 17 -jriV.tOO.OCO bu. 1D17-IS 'A -.,O,.4J0l),000 bu. Imviise;.. S0,f00,000 bu. -it&&-kit In spiio of u subnormal food supply j In (his rountry tlie Aincrkim people l.;iv( been able to sit i p to the Allies rs wi-II as our own forces overseas 141,000.000 bushels of wheat, besides SI 1,000,000 pounds of meat, during the year ending Juue 30 last. This lias been made possible by the whole souled co-operation of the people, who. besides practicing self-denial, have speeded up production and re spondid nobly to the appeal from abroad. Food Administrator Hoover, In a letter to President Wilson, fives a brief summary of the results of food conservation in ...

Publication Title: Record, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The record. — 10 October 1918

THE RECORD : MUHLENBERG'S OLDEST AND MOST I SUBSTANTIAL NEWSPAPER IS UN- ! I PARALLELED AS AN ADVER- Z TISING MEDIUM. I I JOB PRINTING ! I OF QUALITY PROMPTLY DONE PRICES I t AS REASONABLE AS IS CONSIST- ; ENT WITH GOOD WORK- ; manship. : VOL. XX. NO, 36 GREENVILLE, KY., THURSDAY! OCTOBER 10, 1918. Keep the Hopper Full - - By Halleck rBASOLINELESS saigs feed y FOR 4 E t nnnnnii id i uufinui. OF U. S. TO WIH SE "3-1 Sunday Abstinence of Autoists Means 2,800,000 Hand Grenades for Pershing. When the American people locked 'ip their automobiles for a gasless Sun day on Sfpt. 1 they saved enough ;anny with i,000 machine guns casting $250 each. They sa ved ' enough money Jio buy fond for '..he American Expeditionary (Forces in Europe for two whole days. J They saved enough money to pro vide Gen. Pershing's army with 2,800, ;000 hand grenades, i They saved enough money to pay jfor 35,784 completely equipped rifle3 of the type the American infantryman scarries when he goes into conflict. A ...

Publication Title: Record, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The record. — 10 October 1918

3 X "i"! Am It idepe ride tit Newspaper. Ft J'.I.lf-HED THURHDAT8 BT RECORD PRESS, Orikk I.. Roabk, Secretary. jwiss L. Koakk. Editor. Long-Distance Telephone, No. 72. Office in Ann:x rear Itoark store, ground floor. 50 (E?iTS PR YEAR. IN ADVANCE. Top subscription price of the paper Is paya ble in advance. and when the time bas expired o which it is paid, the paper will be stopped. Cards of thanks, obituary notices, etc., If not longer than ten lines, will be published free. A charge of 5c. per line will be made for succeed ing lines. No variation of this rule to anyone. Free sample copies will be mailed. Advertisements will be inserted. A rate card wil Ibe furnished on request. Address all communications a nd make all re mittances payable to RECORD PRESS, Greenville Ky. THURSDAY, OCTOBER 10, 1918. EniPTi' at t-ie Greenville, Ky., postofflce as .'cond-o.lass matter. "We Must Make Sacrifices in order to win the war." --WOODROW WILSON. N'EF.LLrs j;re so scarce that house wive m:jy son...

Publication Title: Record, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The record. — 10 October 1918

X 1 The White is King. Roark for pianos, Victrolas, re cords, cabinets. . Germans, battling on four front?, are now being battled in their rear. Best goods, lowest prices are the rule at,the Simmons shop. Buy bonds while we are winning, so we may keep up the gait. Old hats remodeled at the Sim :uuns shop. Get asbestos table mats from Roark. X Peace "made in German) " will be as black as war made there. Large stock of mirrors at Roark's Small prices. Help our boys on to Berlin . by buying bonds. Snaps in high grade wallpaper at Roark's. Buy Liberty Bonds so that Liber ty Bell may ring forever. Needles and all sorts of sewing machine supplies at Roark's. Rain would help health conditions and would do no harm otherwise. See the "Restgood" line of hau mattresses and pillows at Roark's. These days are sure separating the counterfeit from the real, and the brand placed on people now will last always. See the velvets, georgette crepes, satins etc, on display at the Simmons shop. A hair mat...

Publication Title: Record, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The record. — 10 October 1918

v -v: mmmmmmmmmm mwmwmwmwmwwmwmwmm Fli u ! 0 C 11 1 III C I The Hans Can 1 stop Thh Tank -By R pper CAUSE LIBOR LOSS A. n R u an WILL Uf W a 5 (w Fie Aristocrat of the Victor Family Its very appearance suggest culture and refinements FEDERAL EWFLOYM UNT H E AC URGES WORKERS TO TAKE PERSONAL VIEV7 OF SITUATION. at ti pi if is c b ri ii ta bi it ta ki &i ijs-r-i inn ti n u u n kei f SHOULD AVOID SHIFTING JOB? Penr.nnsr-y of Employment Woulc Ac'rl to Success of Fourth Liberty Lor.n. At lor.rt 1.000,000 workers through out the United States change employ r.ir-r.t rt least oucr a week because o' prity prrsomil prejudices, accordinj to J. N. I5re -n, assistant directoi ITnit ;1 S;a;rs Kmptoyinort Service o 11;o Rlr.te of Mis-ouvi Tlio effort o the ei:in!o;- inert b;:ro:m. in order U ooi.M-rve tl'.e i-'Wv f'.iri'Lv thronghoir the errantry, will be to pcr.-nado tb( laborcvr, m forego any prejudice anc leiuain at then work. 1 'Tv.ry w.-ok not. le-s tl'.'.n 1.000,001 workers fail to show ...

Publication Title: Record, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The record. — 10 October 1918

m wmmmwmmmmmm mwwwmmwwwwwwwwww The Hans Can 't Stop This Tank - By F. Opper CAUSE LABOR LOSS OF ELI1 11 ' FEDERAL EMPLOYMENT HEAC ; URGES WORKERS TO TAKE ; PERSONAL VIEW OF SIT i UATICN. SHOULD AVOID SHIFTING JOBS Permanency of Employment Woulc Add to Success of Fourth Liberty Lor.n. At least 1,000,000 workers through out the United States change employ . merit at least once a week because o: petty personal prejudices, accordinj to J. N. Bren, assistant directoi United States Eniploymert Service o: the State of Missouri. The effort o: the eniploj'mppt bureau, in order t( conserve the lnbor supply throughout the country, will he to persuade tin laborers to forego any prejudice anc remain at their work. j "Every week not less than 1,000,00( workers fail to show up for work be cause of a grudge against somebody oi something,' said Breen, discussing th labor situation. "When the worken can be impressed with the fact thai their remaining at work, and no; leaving because of imagined disli...

Publication Title: Record, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The record. — 17 October 1918

j JOB PRINTING j J OF QUALITY PROMPTLY DONE. PRICES I ? AS REASONABLE AS IS CONSIST 2 ENT WITH GOOD WORK- MANSHIP. : : THE RECORD : MUHLENBERG'S OLDEST-AND MOST I SUBSTANTIAL NEWSPAPER IS UN- ; I PARALLELED AS AN ADVER- ! TISING MEDIUM. 2 GREENVILLE, KY., THURSIY, OCTOBER 17, 1918. 50c. PER YEAR, IN ADVANCE VOL. XX. NO. 37 TIME PAYMENT BIG STOCK EXCHANGES FIHD LIBERT! BONOS : ARETHE MOST POPULAR IKE BiO BUYING STD EAST ALL 1 Never a Question of Value, Ready Sale and Lowe6t Commission for Securities. , On all the leading stock exchanges ? of America and in the countries of our allies, United States Liberty Bonds 'are listed and traded In. In recent i months the heaviest item in bond transactions inMsew York has consist ed of these government Issues. They are the leading and most popular se curities handled, and relatively as sta ble and sound an article in their field as wheat as in the grain market. There is never a question of values back of the bonds, as in the case oi non-governm...

Publication Title: Record, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The record. — 17 October 1918

1 a A ti 1 Tide pendent 5 2ewa-paper. PiTill.lJlEI) TUITIWUATn ET RECORD PRESS, imiiK L. Koahu, Sfci-ttavy. WKIK.V L. KOAKX, EDITOK. Lacg-?iztani!3 Tclcr.hczs, No. 72. Oft! c iu Aunei rear Eosivk store, grourd floor. TiiR subs: riptton yri-e of trie p:iprr is para Me iu snivaTii'o.i.aiul whrn V..v lime Uasexpirr-d o wliii'h it is p.Vi 1, the p;iTer wliltie slopped. Cs,rls of tbaukfi. obiiusirj- notices, etc.", if uot leuytr th:in ten lines, will be published free. A cha-pe 0 cc. per line will be made for sviecce ti tig lines. No variation of thin rule to-anyopc. Free sample copies will be mailed. Advertisements will be inserted. Aratecard wii I be furiiiHbrd oa request. Address all communications a nd make all re-mtUanc-ea payable to RSCOKD FRSSS, Ureenville Ky. THURSDAY, OCTOBER 17, 1918. Ente-ed at tue nreenville, Ky., postofflee as qrond-clasK matter. "We Must Make Sacrifices in order to win the war." WO 0 13 Pv O W V I LS O N". - - This oacerhas enlisted with the government in 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. — 17 October 1918

LOCAL 1. (. R. R. TIME CARD. NORTH BOUND. NO. 122 Louisville Express 12.11 pm 102 Cincinnati Express 1.43 pm 104 Louisville Limited 3.55 am 36 Central City accommodation 7.07 pm SOUTH BOUND. NO. 135 Paducah 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. Beat Berlin by buying bonds! Roark for pianos, Victrolas, re cords, cabinets. Best goods, lowest prices are the rule at the Simmons shop. Buy bonds while we are winning, so we may keep up the gait. Old hats remodeled at the Sim mons shop. Get asbestos table mats from Roark. Large stock of mirrors at Roark's Small prices. Help our boys on to Berlin by buying bonds. Snaps in high grade wallpaper at Roark's. Buy Liberty Bonds so that Liber ty Bell may ring forever. " Needles and all sorts of sewing machine supplies at Roark's. It's everybody's busi...

Publication Title: Record, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The record. — 17 October 1918

' " I n '! r? urn ijuluiii 2 an i nrn DUTY FOR i (J Llj.J: U'J IOUOLl Oil SEG3ET FUflOS liijiHt run flillht nppq j u. s. Bedticklncj K.dii-.g Places, Give Up Their Hoards for Safest Investment. TILLEHD OF TV'.F- COIL BEGIN ON j V.ZVJ CHOP AT OUTSET OF "FIGHTING LOAN." HIILATED, AND BOTH -VITAL C-.!CC?:3 cf C?nd S?.!c and Coming Grain Harvest of Equal Importance. Farmers of (ho United Stales, -whoso v.oik the last 12 months in fortifying tlio food lines of the Allies has been r ;' such supreme importance, are now ;.s the start of two vital campaigns ; paling lor the 1013 wheat harvest ; :-:,! th;; "Fir; hi 'ng Loan." The wheat h. rvw-t of 1 !!. w'll be the Liberty Y."ini: Harvest and the governnioril ::.: i:.;diid a;;ain for I he co-operation : r 1 rr.;.'p:r. t of the wheat producers to lev; !(',C.OO,000 or more acres of win ti ; wlK'at this fa'l to guarantee againr-t j initial crop failure next year. i.'.ule Gari knows from past per-L-;i:;r-.i.ccs fLat the American fanner will "come...

Publication Title: Record, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The record. — 24 October 1918

ITHE imr fat 4c 4-Y REASOl SUBSTANTIAL NEWSPAPER IS UN ... -u , . ENT' WITH COOP WORK MANSHIP. PARALLELED AS AN ADVER TISING MEDIUM. 9 .-4- GREENVILLE, KY., THURSDAY, OCTOBER 24, 1918 50c. PER YEAR, IN ADVANCE VOL. XX. NO. 38 THE WESTERN FRONT AT HOME THE SECOND LINE OF DEFENSE 1 1 IP BBTKR'! TMll 1 TWUneW Viva. I -vw ""jj jjl isi n air si v a;a rji w ' s7 it v v S M 1 - - - J - Earn and give. For a year the young people of America have been coached In thrift. Instead of the old problem In the arithmetic book, "If Mary's mother gave her three apples, Jane gave her two, and she ate one, how many would she have?" the third grade girl Is now sent to the blackboard to solve, "How many Thrift stamps at 25 cents apiece will Mary own -at the end of 12 months if she saves 10 cents a week?" The girl in the grade above her Is learning In her arithmetic lesson how many Thrift stamps It takes to buy the yarn for COO helmets for the soldiers in France. Still farther on the eighth grader is told ...

Publication Title: Record, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The record. — 24 October 1918

1 -. . - . 3L. 3&2Ljm Au Independent Newspaper. 1THI.I?1IBD THltHHDATH BT RECORD PRESS, i hi it 11 L. IiOAKK, Kerr-lary. vKIKN 1. KOAKK. EDITOR. Long-Distance Telephone, No. 72. Office In Annex rear Roiirk store, gronnd floor. 50 Ctm PER YEAR. IN ADVANCE. TERMS. T!te subscription price of the pa-per is paya ble in advance, and when the time has expired o which it is paid, the paper will be stopped. Cards of tbanks, obituary notices, etc., if not longer than ten lines, will be published free. A charge of m'. per line will be made for succee d tig lines. No Tariauon or tais ruie to anyone. Free sample copies will be mailed. Advertisements will be inserted. A rate card wll I be furnished on request. Address all communications and make all re mittances payable to RSCOKD fkkss, Greenville Ky. THU8SDAY, OCTOBER 24, 1918. Bnte-e' at tue Greenville, Ky..postofflce as aecond-class matter. "We Must Make Sacrifices in order to win the war." -WOODROW WILSON. This oaocrhas enlisted with 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. — 24 October 1918

1 ' " ' local i.c it. k.mi at. u m "M)lii . bin NORTH BOUNB. (TO. ItS LoulBTllle Express 12.11 pm 108 Cincinnati Express 1.43 pm 104 Louisville Limited 3.55 am 138 Central City accommodation 7.07 pm SOUTH BOUND. so. 135 Paducah and Cairo aocom 5.10 am 131 Fulton accommodation 13.11 pin 101 New Orleans special 3.43 pm 103 N.O. spec 1.82 am Stops to discharge revenue passengers from Louisville and parts beyond. May 20, 1917. W. G. Crawford, Agt. Dollars, alone, won't win this war. Typewriter ribbons, all makes at The Record Office. Roark for pianos, Victrolas, re cords, cabinets. Billions arc familiar to us were. getting almost as as thousands once Best goods, lowest prices are the rule at the Simmons shop. Some people who are wanting to go to France to help, are ignoring worthy calls right at home. V . . Old hats remodeled at the Sim mons shop. If we do not look beyond our selves we will never know much or do much. Get asbestos table Roark. mats from This world game is a great one, b...

Publication Title: Record, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The record. — 24 October 1918

SKIMMED MILK FOR CALVES Sines Most of Fat Has Deen Removed in Crer.m Carbohydrates Needed to Make It Balanced. ric ikiahulf SlcimtneJ milk is a little richer In proU'in t s;i 11 v.hole milk, but lower in carbonyrl nitos. Since most of the fat has been rev.iovcil in the cream the ikimmod isiiik will need carbohydrates to make it a balanced ration for calves. A Rood plan is to replace a portion of the whole milk with skimmed milk, gradually increase the skimmed milk Willi some form of carbohydrates till nil of the whole milk is replaced by skimmed milk. Fine ground meal is one of the best carbohydrate supple ments to be fed with skimmed milk. Some feeders cook the meal, stir it in the skimmed milk and feed It to the calf. After the calf is two weeks old it will eat fine ground meal and if fed small quantities will assimilate it. Linseed meal is nl.;i used. Cr.re should be taken in feeding calves. They fheiild be taupdit to drink from the pail as soon as pos sible. 'Nothing but clean v...

Publication Title: Record, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The record. — 31 October 1918

: joB PRINTING : OF QUALITY PROMPTLY DONE. PRICES I I AS REASONABLE AS IS CONSIST- rwr iuitu rnnn unDW z ? THE RECORD : : MUHLENBERG'S OLDEST AND MOST I SUBSTANTIAL NEWSPAPER IS UN- 5 I PARALLELED AS AN ADVER- : TISING MEDIUM. : ft" ' '. ENT WITH GOOD WORK " i 7 li.- .1; V i MANSHIP. GREENVILLE, KY THURSDAY, OCTOBER 31, 1918 50c. PER YEAR, IN ADVANCE VOL. XX. NO. 39 i., A. THE tr , ' I .m - - : Oo-Ybuf Know-the Tennis ' "... mi v wldih BENEFITS OF CONCRETE ROAD Make Travel Quick, Safe and Easy, ' Clean and Comfortable Saves More Than It Costs. Concrete roads are country boule vards They benefit a community in making travel quick, safe, easy, clean and comfortable. They extend neigh borhood limits, bring more people into personal touch with each other, in crease social opportunities and there by remove the monotony of Isolation; bring greater content to the youth on the farm, make city and country near" neighbors and increase school attend ance, thus cultivating a desire for a broade...

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