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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The record. — 5 December 1918

. H) ff I I tr .. . j THE RECORD j MUHLENBERG'S OLDEST AND MOST SUBSTANTIAL NEWSPAPER IS UN- : PARALLELED AS AN ADVER- I ; TISING MEDIUM. : j JOB PRINTING lOF QUALITY PROMPTLY DONE. PRICES AS REASONABLE AS IS CONSIST 5 ENT WITH GOOD WORK- MANSHIP. VOL. XX. NO. 4 GREENVILLE, KY., THURSj DECEMBER 5, 1918. 50c. PER YEAR, IN ADVANCE LABOR SHORTAGE THREATENS PRODUCTION 'The KITCHEN 10 The Fertilizer Industry Hard Hit by the War. The supply of fertilizer for 1919 : ; iring sown crops is threatened by ortage of labor in the fertilizer fac cries. This fact is of particularly se- ;)us import to the potato farmers of it e country, for the great potato sec it ins are coming more and more to de :M nd on fertilizer for the economical production of this crop. Thus it hap- ns that the very factor which pre- nts factories running to full capac ity also has effect in preventing farm ers from using their own depleted farm labor supply to best advantage. Labor cannot be used to advantage on those fiel...

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 December 1918

j THE RECORD j MUHLENBERG'S OLDEST AND MOST SUBSTANTIAL NEWSPAPER IS UN- : PARALLELED AS AN ADVER- . : TISING MEDIUM. : JOB PRINTING lOFQUALITY PROMPTLY DONE. PRICES AS REASONABLE AS IS CONSIST I ENT WITH GOOD WORK- I MANSHIP. VOL. XX. NO. 4 GREENVILLE, KY., THUR&gfAY, DECEMBER 5, 1918. 50c. PER YEAR, IN ADVANCE LABOR SHORTAGE THREATENS PRODUCTION emcrm The Fertilizer Industry Hard Hit by the War. The supply of fertilizer for 1919 ; i iring sown crops is threatened by ortage of labor in the fertilizer fac ries. This fact is of particularly se rious import to the potato farmers of it e country, for the great potato sec tt ns are coming more and more to de vend on fertilizer for the economical production of this crop. Thus It hap- ns that the very factor which pre nts factories running to full capac ity also has effect in preventing farm ers from using their own depleted farm labor supply to best advantage. Labor cannot be used to advantage on those fields which can give but half ...

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 December 1918

a & & a rn;i,::iif "Hi: r.T ir-v. RECORD PRESS, jk- ic;.-' lv. koAh'K, IiurroK. Lsii'Gic-tr.nca Telrphuzs, c. 72. a: in .Vitro.? rv.-.- flo.-i-U :?ri: round :)oor. ' cus Pr ua, aoyarcl TKf'.'.ViS. Ti" I'.Hi-rip! ion v''"-' "I ;,'p Vporls pay. ' ; 1 1 1 a-i". m,i. wlu-ri h" ; it : - ivis .jiirt'ii o iUfc it is (;. ij.il na, .-.ill So stopped. t .. f's i." tiiaiik . r.-iii:.i ry no: :';-. .!(., if u;t cn;'i !" ih -n ii-ii linf s, will ho :-;i.lir.hc-l frot. A a-yv o f fo. v " line will ho m .-! for suv -ee u fjjr li;;r:.. No variui:n of i m to atsj-Oi";. -tjjjpio ivipifs will ho :ti:s:!i-.1. i" .'.! i:-HiiifUls wilt bo irfrud. A inteosrd rii .. ' t oil re.iv.cst,. i ". ! --, fori ii o.i.i'.ii Mi i s nntl oir.Lo :'l re- ,l;h..i,v.';; o.iij-.ii io -.J i.;u'.;i;d i:h&5s, : : i-onvil'o Ky. THURSDAY, DLCiiMBLR 5, WIS. E :?"?" at t'ift (iroorviiif, Ky., p.ito'i':..-'; as .. .on'i .'? m:urr Musi Mitkv.: Sacrifices in i;i '.ler 1.0 win the war." YO( iDROW WILSOX. - This paper has ...

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 December 1918

j ! i i TO THE PUBLIC Greenville. Ky.. M 5. 7.S. During the past two months the Under takers of this country have been subjected to greater demands for service and goods than ever before in the history of the na tion. These calls have had our fullest re sponse, and not only to our trade, but to our fellow-professionals in this and ad joining counties, we have supplied goods of all sorts in the line, and that with prac tically no replenishments of our stocks dur ing this period. Our Stock Sheet of this department shows today we have 93 Cof fins and Caskets, in all grades and sizes, and adequate supplies of all associated goods. THE J. L. ROARK ESTA TE, Orien L. Roark, Manager. Sewing machine crates, 50c at Roark's. Tom. Dick, Harry and Jack will soon come marching back, and we will be glad to see every one of them. Jes got to hurry, now, or you will be left on that Christmas shopping. Plenty of fresh pork, now, for those who killed them. Get asbestos table Roark mats from 30 V -vritc...

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

1 ART VS. BRICKS IN SYDNEY wmm&wimmm Peculiar Controversy That Is Agitating Ciicles. In Australia Labor How a New York Milliner Catches tbs Unwary Western Woman With Money. In Wonum's IIohip Companion, Coriime Lowe toils of tlio wiles used l'.v a Fii'ih iivt'iuii' inilliiKT in iu:ik in t'is' "lYrn ripi-r" li:it fmuoiis: "Th'iso for wlmm tho spider sproiul its wch were not 1 lie wenKliy sui i:nf:;.-h;'.:!i;!lile women of New York, 1 nit wealthy :md irompt customers fro n t'ie middle West. These are the lteo;-'j lio money for every ;:v(i'.ic specially slirp. And 11i o:i!y (lilVutiiiy whieh nov.- lay in oi;r p:M'i wns (l:it this pro:i(al)!e cus tom always lias to he secured through :i repisiiMion for serving the most fashionr.hle memhers of New York So cioty. those notorious fasliionuhles v. ho are so s-ensitivo to u second hill :;; 1 v !;t never think of paying their first ne until :it least six months have c'npsed. "At first we did not have a single monihor of this sorority. What...

Publication Title: Record, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The record. — 5 December 1918

4 fc 4 4 J k A K9 4 4 4 k.9 k 4 fc J h 4 fc M M UMMMUM T AMGLi Ti3 FCP. h.u.i fATftONS ART VS, BRICKS IN SYDNEY joi'isvivt -m jtw ra.y tiu, tW. nay How a New York Milliner Catches the Unwary Western Woman With Money. A Pc culiar That Controversy Is Agitating Circles. In Australia Labor m u n m -ft iri In "Woman's Homo Companion, Corinno Lowe toils of tlio wiles used ly n Fifth jsvonuu millinrr in mak ing tlio "IVrn Pilar' litit fatuous: "Thoso for whom the spider spread its v.cb were not the wealthy and itnfa.vhionahle women of New York, hut wealthy and prompt customers front the middle West. These are the poop'e din m;:!:o money for every Fifth avit'tte specially shrp. And tlie otily diflictiUy which now lay in our path was lhat this profitable cus tom always lias to lie secured through a reputation for serving the most fashionaHo members of New York so ciety, those notorious fashionables who are so s-onsitivo to a second bill and v'io never think of paying their first cue until at...

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 December 1918

: THE RECORD MUHLENBERG'S OLDEST AND MOST SUBSTANTIAL NEWSPAPER IS UN t PARALLELED AS AN ADVER- : TISING MEDIUM. : JOB PRINTING : OF QUALITY PROMPTLY DONE. PRICES. 2 AS REASONABLE AS IS CONSIST- t t ENT WITH GOOD WORK- J MANSHIP. 0 . 1 GREENVILLE, KY., THURSDAY, DECEMBER 12, 1918. VOL. XX. NO. 45 50c. PER YEAR, IN ADVANCE A SOIL FERTILITY PROPHECY Editor Collingwood of the Rural New Yorker says : "Gasoline leaves bo organic matter behind it. We have come to the time, and we are rapidly going further into it when there will be practically no etable manure for people to buy and put on their ground. And then people will suddenly wake and realize that all these years they have been giving to stable manure a value It did not carry, and that, with fertilizers properly han dled and with cover crops, they will be able, to get the same results with less labor, with more profit and with far greater satisfaction." OUR DWINDLING MEAT SUPPLY Ton have no doubt become accus tomed to meatless days,...

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 December 1918

'1 10 Am i rid;f!U:nt Xewspaptr. hOiiiiJ t si LOO, iijikn L )(iai. li. SiT-m ij . KlKX ij. K'OAKK, KlJlTO'V. Lons-Llisiance Telephone. No. 72. OVF.o in VmiP.T rear Itoark store, rroiiml floor. ' 'warn ntt mk. i.t advakl VBIWMH. Tiie -r.oiipti'i prit-e of lt- p;pr Is paya ble i li ii'v.'.L:ci;. ;tiii wiu:i tin lime nu-i rxpirrd o wlii;-i ii is paid, the paper will b stcyped. Curds of tl:iuk. ooituavy notices, etc., if not ionzKY inac v.-ii "lives, will be publishe-l free. A ohr"f-i; of .if. per line will be raaie for succeed fif lines. No variation of misrule to a.uyoi;. jr.-ce sMnjple copiee will be mailed. e vertienierj. will be nj.er:rU. A 'ate card ?rii li t; f:in.'flo rt';.?-7X. ice -! ' iciiu;ini.ti:eiioP' &1 make all re r,!tio' WHtl -c KKOOitD PREeJS, (Jroenville Ky. THURSDAY, DECEMBER 12, 1918. gtf-pii toe GreenviUfc. Ky.. postofliee an "We Must Make Sacrifices in order to win the war." -WOODROW WILSON. This paper has enlisted with the government in the cause of America f...

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 December 1918

m 7 t4 With goods, service and priceswe are ready for the Christmas shopper, and invite inspection of our of- ; ' ; ferings of Sensible, Practical, Enduring, Appealing itejns for purchase or gift. The J. L. ROARK ESTATE LOCAL I. C. R. R. TIME CARD. 3L Tl IV jl W ii NOltTII BOUND. NO. US Louisville Kxpress 12.11 pm 102 Cincinnati Express....' 1.43 pm 104 Louisville Limited 3.55 am 136 Central City accommodation 7.07 pm SOUTH BOUND. NO. 35Paducah 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 revemie passengers from Louisville and parts beyond. May 20, 1917. W. G. CRAWFORD, Agt. SewiDg Roark's. machjne crates, 50c at Mr. Roy Wells spent the week-end here with home folks and friends.. - Get asbestos table Roark. mats from Get your holiday shopping on the top of the list, or you will disappoint somebody. Examine the lineof "Restgood" all-hair matresses at Roark's. Finest line-of goods ever carried 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. — 12 December 1918

I I S7!tftt!ttMM 71MMMMMMMMtt5SMMMMMJttMMMjtf2.mr W NT V f w t w mm mm mm m u mm mm mm k MEAT PRODUCERS DID FULL DUTY Increase in American Hogs Will Help to Meet World Fat Shortage. UOAR SHOWED CARGO OF SUPPLIES AGKBONE I GOES TO ARCHANGEL Red Cross Sends Relief Ships for Allied Soldiers and Civilians in Starving Russia. American Willingness to Give Up Luxury Demonstrated Na tion's War Conscience. 9 The Aristocrat of the Victor Family - . ... jssmw m.MwwMw ww ww wCBa to w to to to to to to to ra to Ifcjs I . . . . " - . i r--u- t'u-m i'W' tW'u w W'Wi V4ji li T f (p TP fin y II TO OR FARMERS SAVE SITUATION. Government Justified in 6timulatlen f Pork Production Sevenfold Increase Over Pre- War Exports. Through increased production and conservation we will be able this year to export seven times our pre-war average exports of pork products. With the heavy demands added In car ing for the millions who have been freed fnjm German oppression, the Department of Agriculture and the Food Adm...

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 December 1918

THE RECORD JOB PRINTING 4 v J. '4 IMUHLENBERG'S oldest and most SUBSTANTIAL NEWSPAPER IS UN t PARALLELED AS AN ADVER ! TISING MEDIUM. J OF QUALITY PROMPTLY DONE. PRICES AS REASONABLE AS IS CONSIST- 1 ENT WITH GOOD WORK- 2 MANSHIP. GREENVILLE, KY.f THURSDA& VOL. XX. NO. 46 DECEMBER 10, L918. 50c. PER YEAR, IN ADVANCE iMlARB LAYING QUALITIES OF HENS I PROTECT YOUNG TREES Mico and rabbits like tree bark as well ns children like candy, and it requires watchfulness to save .vounjr trees from being gir dled by these little pests. The rodents are kept away by wrapping trees with wire net ting, or even tarred building pa per; Imt paper is not so sure protection from mice. A six-inch mound of earth well packed around the base of the tree will help to turn nway mice, and if the snow also is tramped down around the trees the mice will not be so likely to get at them, because they work under the sur face as a rul. t t PRUNE AND SPRAY ORCHARDS Neglected Fruit Trees About Most Un profitable 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. — 19 December 1918

It ' : THE RECORD MUHLENBERG'S OLDEST AND MOST SUBSTANTIAL NEWSPAPER IS UN : PARALLELED AS AN ADVER t TISING MEDIUM. : JOB PRINTING : OF QUALITY PROMPTLY DONE. PRICES AS REASONABLE AS IS CONSIST- 1 ENT WITH GOOD WORK- 2 MANSHIP. . ? GREENVILLE, KY., THURSDV& DECEMBER 10, 1918. VOL. XX. NO. 46 50c. PER YEAR, IN ADVANCE fpffi If fj f PROTECT YOUNG TREES Mice and rabbits like tree bark as well us children like candy, and it requires watchfulness to save young trees from being gir dled by these little pests. The rodents are kept away by wrapping trees with wire net ting, or even tarred building pa per; but paper is not so sure protection from mice. A six-inch mound el earth well paciiea around the base of the tree will help to turn away mice, and if the snow also is tramped down around the trees the mice will not be so likely to get at them, because they work under the sur face as a rul. t I fl Jfc jf f ! y y T T 'T' f "T 'T y ' ! 1 "f i PRUNE AND SPRAY ORCHARDS Neglected Fruit Tree...

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 December 1918

I ft W'e"'Waf.He"eaWWW"a"M",WaWe A m ? adepondent Newspaper. rrr.i.isKEn Tnnr.snAYs r.T RECORD PRESS, Oitir.N f.. Iioakk, SfTvary. .HVliS L. KOAKK. EDITOR. Lang-Gistattae Telephone, No. 72. Office in Annex rerir Roark more, ground floor. iO (EIUS PfR YEAK. IN ADYAIICt TfcSKMSS. Tue mii vsrnpiitin v"'-e of 1I1P p: per Is paya ble. 10 a.i . aiu-e. ami vn :i the tiint hast' xpired (i wliii'i) it paid, Mt paper will be stopped. Cards of tSiavks, obituary notices, etc., if not loiii r than ten lines, wi'.l be published free. A eha-?e of fc. per Hue vill be made for succeed t ; jr liui's. No variation of this rule to acyor-?. free sample copies will be mallet?. Ao vi-rtimeuts vill be inserted. Aratecard wii ib? fv.riiisctd on reqi.et. a.oO:' esft afl uniinuiiiJt't ioc:! fifd make all re al i ttances payabir to K S &D PRKSS. fJ-eenville Kr. THU8SDAY, DECEMBER 19, 1918. Enve-ed at tue Greenville, Ky., postoliice as ifond-clHSs matter. "We Must Make Sacrifices in order to win the war." 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. — 19 December 1918

s r r ! ' : v - : : . C - ' - : : - ' pen Y7 11 i With goods, service and prices, we are ready for the Christmas shopper, and invite inspection of our of ferings of Sensible, Practical, Enduring, Appealing item: for purchase or gift. The JL L. ROAflK ESTATE i ESTABLISHED 1879 M 1 ill 1918 1919 1 I i Nil' May You have the Health to enjoy, the Heart to enter into, ancC the Power to give to Others E flficrrp dbrietmae ancC E Ibappp il)cv jj)car Is the wish we extend to our Friends ancf Patrons THE J. L. ROARK ESTATE ORIEN L ROARK. Manager FORTY Lieut Wood Su tuner and wife are here on a visit to Mr. and Mrs. T. E. Sumner. Mr. Sumner was com missioned at Camp Taylor and dis charged from military service. He is being congratulated on his splen did service and the lecognition he was given. A musical gift is a useful gift. See Roark for pianos or Victrolas. Dr. J. E. Baily, who volunteered and has been in the dental corps at Camp Taylor for more than a year, was here the latter part of the...

Publication Title: Record, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The record. — 19 December 1918

MUSH liHlHHiiHlHl ANOTHER AMERICAN QUEST J rtPJKFT332& frcijciit cars-. t-:creii!'r. from Port-' of l;uu', Ai, Ihroij-rh P.osiom, s:i'o:i;r tlio Shore lino 1o New York, r cross Ilcll filo bruise ;ir.;l throusrh tiio i'oiinsyl vaniu tunnels, south lnist Philadelphia :iud across the great liridc of Kusque iDinna, and on through Half imore to Washington a single (rain of freight cars, wuli every foot of track ppaee occupied. Or third! of the Irain as extending from Chicago east, on e.r.y of the main For t''.f growth of the spirit tliroush pai:i. T.ii:p a ;Hnt in the soil and V.o, rain For ti:r dropping oT siorilless things Wliirh the sword of a sorrow brinss; For th,! meaning ami purpose of life "Which dawns on ns out of the strife. Let us give thanks. Ella Y. Wilcox. FAVORITE DISHES. lines, and exin;lii:g as far as Jiuffalo and the i'alN, or et of I'itts Imrgli past t lie famous Horseshoe curve, In Johnstown, I'a. When you think cf this you will Iir.vo souu; faint id.a of what, wa...

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 August 1920

I Job Printing of Quality J ft Get Onr Ad. Rates J 1 . V VOL. XXIII. NO, 25 GREENVILLE, KY., i 3 DAY, AUGUST 12, 1920 50c. PER YEAR, IN ADVANCE GOV. FAR mwmm POULTRY "ft l r . - 1 w w A t 4 c' '"'vis DEMAND FOR GUINEA FOWLS Value as Substitute for Game Birds Becoming Better Recognized by Many People. jj The value of a guinea fowl ns a substitute for game birds such as grouse, partridge, quail, and pheasant, is becoming more and more recognized by people fond of this class of meat, and the demand for these fowls is EDWIN P. MORROW Prime Young Guineas Are a Special Delicacy. increasing steadily, United States de partment of agriculture specialists re port. Many hotels and restaurants in the large cities "arc eager to secure prime young guineas, and often they are served at banquets and club din ners ns a special delicacy. When well cooked,' guineas are attractive in ap pearance, although darker than com mon fowls, and the flesh of young birds is tender nnd of especially fine flavor, r...

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 August 1920

irnTT TTHT1 An Independent Newspaper. ... FOfcl.li-JlED TBCRSDATS CT RECORD PRESS, Ohisn L. KoARK, Secretary. vJKIBN L,. KOAKK, KdITOK. , : i. .-. Long-Distance Telephone, Ho. 72. OXfire Annex rear Roark store, ground floor. 5D CEiUS PEIi YEAR, IK ADVANCE. TERMH. The subscription price of the paper Is paya ble in advance, and when the time has 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 ptibltnhed free. A charge of fie. per line will be made for succeed CKline.s. No variation of this rule to anyone. Free sample copies will be mailed. Adrertinements will be inserted. A rate card wil be furnished on request. Address all communications and make all re mittances payable to RECORD PRESS, Greenville Ky. THURSDAY, AUGUST 12, 1920 Eite-ec' at tie Greenville, K' postofflce, as second-class matter. As a pleasing sign of ihe times one notes that the moonshine still in Kentucky is giving way to the moon lig...

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 August 1920

V7 1 I op c 0 k si 0 m m WHEN MY SHIPS COME IN When there come back across the purple seas All the fair ships 1 launched so long ago, White-wing'd with dreams (were dreams so brief as these?) Shall they come lightly home, or laden low? Nay, let them go, for all the dreams are gone, All the white wings are broken let them go! What should night do with memories of the dawn, Or the full tide where the young rivers flow? Let them all go the vanished dreams! But one Bore a far other freight across the foam. Though that old hope that was no dream be done. Yet, wrecked or broken, may that ship come home! MARY LESLIE NEWTON Get furniture polish from Roark. Central City is to have its second circus this year. Everyone is happy, since the rains. Job printing quickly executed at this office. The Juvenile Band failed to show up here last Friday night. Home grown watermelons are on the market, and will be fairly plenti ful this season. Sparks' circis at Central City, Friday, August 20. Biggest s...

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 August 1920

Y00N9 CH !E0 ME WWftK WENT ON Death and Stunted Growth Result When Fowls Become Infest ed With Parasites. SCHEME TO AVOID DISEASES Ground Recently Used for Poultry Should Ce Given Coat of Lime and Then Plowed Premises Must ' Be Cleaned Often. (Frerared by the United States Depart ment of Agriculture.) If disease and parasites could be eliminated from the poultry flock the work of the owner would he much sim plified arid his profits much larger. As this cannot he done the next best thing is to keep under control as rigorously as possible the enemies of the chick en world. The best way to accomplish this is to get eggs from a flock which has shown no indications of contagious dis- Healthy Chicks Have Best Chance in This World. ease for at least a year ; avoid putting these eggs in any such packing as chaff, oats or cut straw, which may be musty or moldy, and hatch in a new or thoroughly cleaned incubator. The young chicks should be free from para sites and Injurious germs of all kinds...

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 August 1920

VOL. XXIII. NO. 2G GREENVILLE, KY., THURSDAY, AUGUST 19, 1920 50c. PER YEAR. IN ADVANCE INCREASE PRODUCTION OF SORGHUM SIRUP TO RELIEVE SUGAR SHORTAGE illii A Home or Community Sorghum Sirup Mill In Operation. As a simple, practical means of helping relieve the acute sugar and sirup shortage, the United States de partment of agriculture recommends the increased production of sorghum sirup which, it is pointed out, requires neither unusual skill nor expensive equipment to make. Furthermore, the methods of growing sorghum arc sim ilar to those of corn and in that re spect involve little that is new to manj- farmers. Sirup manufacture Is so simple that it can be carried on with profit by individuals utilizing small-sized outfits of a daily capacity of 100 gallons or less. Where opera tions on a larger scale are feasible, community plants having a daily ca pacity of several hundred gallons are suggested by the department. Sorghum sirup Is palatable arid pleasant flavored, and is an exce...

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