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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The record. — 19 August 1920
V - -v. . vri;i.i.-uti TaciitiiiATs RECORD PRESS, 'tuns L.. Koauf.. Sf.cietary. .KlisN Jv. k'OAKK, KDITOK LonQ-DtitSKce Telephone, itfo. "2. Office Annex rear Uo:rk store, ground floor. 50 CENTS Ptfi YEAR. IS ADVANCE. Tbe siib'-.Tiption price of the pa per Is paya ble iu adv.anoe, and when th ti;ne has expired . o wbicii it is paid, the paper will be htopped. Cards of thanks, oliituary notices, etc., if not longer than ten iineH, will le published free. A charge of Sc. per line will be made for succeed ng lines. No variation of this rule to anyone. Free sample copies will be mailed. Advertisements will be inserted. A ratecard wil be furnished on request. Address all communications and make all re mittances payable to JRKOORD PRESS, Greenville Ky. THURSDAY, AUGUST 19, 1920 Bus-ed at t 1 9 Greenville, K'f postofiice.as second-clans matter. Turkey has signed the peace treaty on the Hotted line and its only rescTvVsJt' anV. arc mental. At last accounts Gov. Cox was leading Senatqr Htrdi...
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The record. — 19 August 1920
0 si mm ear ssjfgs. sr v tern m m 5 !: W m fen if Transmigration Do we return according to our rating Over life's highway in another guise Go limping, overburdened, brokenhearted, Gayly to pass again with love-lit eyes, Or faring onward, coldly self-important, Giving no aid and deaf to each appeal, Come back to find a world of feet about us, And cringe obedient at a master's heel? What was I once a vagrant without shelter? Surely I knew life under an open sky! Gray memories come and go, dim and un certain, Of prowling nights with others such as I; Of streets in the pale dawn, blank-eyed or shuttered, Down which I plodded on my aimless way; Of bare bleak countrysides with scanty hedges, Where I crouched shuddering to wait the day. Poor littL mortals, laughing, fighting weeping, Over life's highway to the Styx we go; Deep shadows all behind us, and before us Perchance another pilgrimage of joy or woe. ETHEL WOLFF. Get furniture polish from Roark. Mr. George Earle is home from Akrpn, O...
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The record. — 19 August 1920
HOIEM' STABLE FIN Sanitary and Healthful Home for Herd of Cows. SILOS PRESERVE FRESH FEED Sunlight, Fresh Air and Warmth, Three Things That Make Cows Pro ductive and Healthy Are Provided For. a By WILLIAM A. RADFORD. Mr. William A. Radford will answer questions and nivo advice FREE OK COST on all subjects pertaining to tho subject of building work on tho farm, for the readers of this naper. On account of hi3 wide experience as Editor, Author and Manufacturer, he is, . without doubt, tho highest authority on all these subjects. Address all inquiries to William A. Rad ford No. 127 l'rairie avenue, Chicapo, 111., and only inclose two-cent stamp for reply. Nmv that spring Is fast turning into suinnnT. it is time for tho owner of :hti modern dairy f:irm to begin to plan tho new buildings he may. need to house his herd next winter. For it is an undisputed fact that a modern, sanitary, weather-tight and well-ven-.iiated cow stable and barn is one of (he greatest profit producers for tho jw...
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The record. — 25 November 1920
1. , ' . 7 , ' 6-.' .- , " '" - V - ' ,', 7 : ' -;;.fV':-':-;:'lt: - ' - Job Printing of Quality Get Our Ad. Rates - 35 VOL. XXIII. NO. 40 GREENVILLE, KY., THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 25, 1920 50c. PER YEAR, IN ADVANCE U fife I 1 KMC FUEL SAVED BY GOOD ROADS Wear and Tear on Trucks and Amount of Gasoline Consumed Shown in Recent Ohio Test. A test conducted In Ohio recently to determine the saving In gasoline from running over a good road as com pared with gas consumption over bad and medium-grade roads, disclosed a surprising difference. Five new army standard "A" trucks with seven different types of road service, showed a gain of six miles per gallon of fuel between the best and worst types of roads. All the trucks were empty dur ing the test The trucks loaded showed that the poor road took seven times as much gasoline per mile as the good one. The test results showed an average of 5.78 miles per gallon over a dirt road In good condition, 7.19 over fair gravel, 0.39 over good gravel, about ...
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The record. — 25 November 1920
the mmm An Independent Newspaper. PCBMPHKI) TlttrRSDATH BT RECORD PRESS, Obicn L. Koark, Secretary. kiex J-. lioAKK, Editor. Long-Distance Telephone. No. 72. Office Annex rear Roark store, ground floor. 59 CENTS PEK YEAR. IN ADVANCE. TERMS. The gubseription price of the paper Is paya ble in adrance. and when the time ha expired to which It is paid, the paper will be stopped. Cards of thanks, obituary notices, etc., if not long-er than ten lines, will be published free. A charge of 5c. per line will b made for succee d Ing lines. No variation of this rule to anyone. Free sample copies will be mailed. Advertisements will be inserted. A rate card wll be fnrntehed on request. Address all communications and make all re mittances payable to HKCORD PKES8. Greenville Ky. THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 25, 1920 Bie.i at t ie Grennvlllfe, Ky. postofflce, a second-da" matter. Japan has shut down on silk pro duction. We may no' have to take our shirts off and go to work. Okcanizf.d labor in America wants n...
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The record. — 25 November 1920
V - m Economy Time Is Here and with our stocks of useful goods we are ready to help you. We have no "war babies," bought to catch the thoughtless, hurtful spender. Our offerings are of the enduring, appealing kind. Home furnishings in endless variety, and our showing and helpful suggestions, coupled with lowest prices, will not only aid you to enjoy a happy Christmas season, but add to your com fort and satisfaction for a lifetime. To show our appreciation of the favors shown us, and to further stimulate business, we shall give a $25 Victrola to one of our customers. Be- ginning Thanksgiving day, for every dollar spent with us, we shall give the customer the duplicate end of a numbered Cash Coupon, the other to be deposited in a sealed box. January 1, 192 1, one of the coupons will be drawn and the holder of the other end will receive the Vic trola. We will have extra help to properly and promptly serve you, and your frequent visits are invited. We will be open nights until Christma...
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The record. — 25 November 1920
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The record. — 9 December 1920
...... ' .' ..-'. ' ".. w J; 1 .. '. - ' v.;,... v.J:.'; 4: V ( Job Printing of Qualify 1 I S Get Oar Ad. Rates VOL. XXIII. NO. 42 GREENVILLE , KY., THtRjAY. DECEMBER 9, 1920 50c. PER YEAR. IN ADVANCE i . .; ', , 'v A '1 : raiUIAKY mfi n?hn NweaL ' jmm The FINLAND BOASTS MODEL CITY M ffSi ' mFrxYl WmnIL KEEPING POULTRY IN TOWNS No Necessity for Flocks Becoming Nuisance to Neighbors If Reason able Care Is Taken. Objection is frequently raised to the keeping of poultry in towns and cities because of the odor which may result and also because of roosters erowinp, particularly in the early morning. In some cases city regulations have been formulated to prevent or to control poultry keeping. Where there are city regulations it is necessary to find out their provisions and to conform to them. But there is no necessity for the poultry flock to become a nuisance to neighbors, says tile United States department of agriculture. If the drop ping boards are cleaned daily and the houses and yard...
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The record. — 9 December 1920
V ;-f.v.- w "I fv v- . 1 ' 0- -V ' '. ' ' ;V - - l! ',.'-',..'1 i ' ' - -1,; " . THE REGiiD An Independent Newspaper. rCBMMUD THUROBATS BY RECORD PRESS,, Oris L. Roakts. Scrry. jkikn L. Koark. Editor. Lons-Olstance Telephone. No. 72. Office Annex rear Roark store, ground floor. 50 am m mz. is advahce. TERMS. The subscription price of tta. paper Is p ara ble in dTBee, ni wb the f to which It ia paid, the paper will be topp. Cards of thank, obituary nottcoa, etc.. If loer than ten lines, will be 'I?! .km af 5e. per line will b made for snee iIfnYs! Noari.tlon of thi.rnle to anyoM. Free sample copies will be mailed. AdTertisements will be inserted. A rate card wil be furnished on request. Address allcommnnicaUo.sand intake all re ..ttanee. pay.b.e to THURSDAY, DECEMBER !, 1921 Bit'ei t tie Greenrllle, Ky. postofflce.as second-ela"s matter. Ir may he a green Christmas or it may le hite, but it is almost err lain to be ilrv. Without the booze accompani ment the cabarets may find it diffi...
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The record. — 9 December 1920
V -v. ".7 t (jani EVERYTHING MUSICAL liPULHJ 3, f .... '"V - ... : ;! ........ .. . vvv - in Jj Economy Time Is Here and with our stocks of useful goods we are ready to help you. We have no "war babies," bought to catch the thoughtless, hurtful spender, Our offerings are of the enduring, appealing kind. Home furnishings in- endless variety, and our showing and helpful suggestions, coupled with lowest prices, will not only aid you to enjoy a happy Christmas season, but add to your com fort and satisfaction for a lifetime. To express our appreciation of favors shown us, and to further stimulate business, we shall give a $25 Victrola to one of our customers. Be ginning Thanksgiving day, for every dollar spent with us, we shall give the customer the duplicate end of a numbered Cash Coupon, the other to be deposited in a sealed box, January , 1, 1921, one of the coupons will be drawn and the holder of the other end will receive the Vic trola. We will have extra help to properly and promp...
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The record. — 9 December 1920
MAKE WAR ON TUBERCULOSIS More General Use of Intradermlc Test Is Expected to Speed Up Cam. paign Against "TB." Recognition of tho Intradermlc meth yl of implying the first tost prepara tory to accrediting a herd ns fre from tuberculosis, has been announced by the bureau of animal Industry. Uni ted States department of agriculture. The more general use of the Intrader mlc test is expected to "speed up" the federal and state co-operative cam paign against Til. In the subcutaneous tnetlmd. heretofore generally used, the tuberculin is Inserted beneath the skin and it Is necessary to take three pre liminary records of the animal and at least seven soon after the test. In the Intradermlc method Insertion Is made between the layers of the skin and. while this requires a greater de cree of skill In the operator, only one later inspection of the animal may be t-ufllelcnt lo indicate the presence or absence of the disease. The federal recognition of the Intra Jennie method provides, however, ...