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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The record. — 24 March 1910

1 J b I N t l i 1 0 J Jt It I a n I t n c Ia A 4 1 j I 1 I t I II 1i l I e lt r It r t re 11 FaG G f i fr y Z yu u 4I X I Nba rr t JiumlUHlHItIDJ f HU ttw lee n i tt It Costs Nothingn 1 n It pays for itself The investment is u sure of returns Get our rates ts I ijiDtlJfit si r slit7iu uIsititt3atl OO8rnlll LkT cR S Bear in mind that Roark has splendid selections of 11 wallpaper in stock ready for deli v n cry and sample books of the finest I papers made which can be procured c on short notice after selection a torc ut KILL THE COUCH AND CURE THE LUNGS Ir the v IIWITH Dr Kings irer INew Discovery t i u II FOR ti 11 AND ALL THROAT AND LUNG TROUBLES re GUARANTEED SATI8FACTOB OR MONEY REFUNDED s t t f 1 Ptl D f t ES t t r 1 rt I DJa W BARLOW DENTIST Crown ami Bridge Work dour < u reasonab prices lrlcc8otUc O til oe uptitulrs In tlicJonts luil < ltnir L > rveurtll Ky DR a TeI SLAI0N Iliywlclnn arid fcinrireon Ofllee Maincross stnut near Jlahmt e I III n CAM HOWARD ar AlC II CAM ...

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 March 1910

t f c 3 I 1a I at 0 1 p j Tflt REtORD 1 S An Ludcpcudcnt Nt vsptiper ll1l1LUIII Ell TlltJ TM nT RECORD PRESS owEN ItICr PruIIlcnt OlllEN It KOAIIK Secretary I = = 7C = = C = oc = OKMUN h ROAKK EDITOR 0 = LongDistance Telephone No 72 Ofltet In non nines rear of store rrniini Hour q 50 CENTS PER YEAR IK ADVANCE = X = 7 = = TERMS The subscription price of the pniirr IH paya ble in nilviuie and when the time hin expired to whleii It Is pnlil the paper wilt be stopped Cards of thanks obituary notices ettIf not t IniiKor than ten HIHH will to r published free A dlllJt of 5o per line will be made for HIICCCC d Int lines No vnriiition of thin rule to anyone Free wimple ooplen will lie mailed AdvortimniuiilH will h IHMTIH A rate nrd will be furiiUhid on request Address CIIIIUlllhuatl < < n < 1 mitkr all re ilttuiuOH piiyallc to KLlO > U IKKSS tirettllI11 Ky = = o THURSDAY MARCH 24 1911 = Entered at the OrcMivllle Ryplwtonteei seeond e1aasmatter R Jx Cleveland the meat boycott tha...

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 March 1910

i I 1 41 = Adds the to the Food Y Economizes Flour J Butter and Eggs jOA t I I i listiNG OWbE1 The only baking powder made from Royal Grape Cream oS Tartar No Alurrillo Lame Phosphates i n I I C R It LXAL Thal CARD i I I I i SOUTH BOUND j NO SW i 123 Louisville Express It 25 am I 102 Oliiuiunnll Express 1 51 pa I Ins Louisville Limited 408 nni ISO Central City aeeoiu 715 pin l aeeoiuSOUTHBOUND SOUTHBOUND fis NO lit > Pailticah ami Cairo atom5I nm II Fulton Atcommudntlun12lilpm y 101 New Orleans Special 310 Illn j Nov 22 1003 WGCiiAwrouD AI here 1 t 1r oea 1ttUI L I SERVICE so HY IEORiEMACDONALD I George MacDniiaM preaeluil human kind less and a compel of divine love thrush hiB novels and his pounis Horn In lJft in lItr f land ht was at lIt a CotigrvKntliintil iiiliiln No ter but In later years gave himself wholly to 1 C literary work I said Lot me walk in the Heidi He said No walk In the town I said Tlure arc no Mowers there and He Mild No Dower lint a CroWIIto 11 said lint the 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. — 24 March 1910

C 1 rt = t j r J t F I f 1 i J I 1 ROARK Fximiture W a llp a per Shade Moldingsr e Undertakers Goods Coffins Caskets Robes Wrapper Slippers rave Vaults Disinfection ROARK SUCCESS WITH FRUIT I c 1 A M ntflcsnt Showing From Soil Cncs II Unproductive o In describing some cf the ropst joau on a 100 aca frt mil truck r firm It Maryland n writer in Nation 1 11 iUjckiuan and Farrier regards It as j cij of the boat oxaup I of SUCCOHS I fl farming taut can l > o f mud any I vlxsre In tae country It makes a I ma alflcbat showing A soil once bar ni rnd unproductive Is a veritable 1 KUCJ Costly and hnriboice new bcllln 3 have Lci erecte About a 133 acres are uov hi strawberries i I Over 13009 peach trees have rcnched 1 too bourn ng late he blocks orf IMiflni pIuuiB and dewberries have been established and vegetables are shipped In Immense iuuntit2cs every x I year Enpenvo Soil Building The soil needed buinua as well asa plant fawl anl cttsi erovi were to be f a i own en n jnior soil How coul...

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 March 1910

I I r r A At V I igmg Record AdvertiFing Costs Nothing It pays for itself The investment is 1It 1sure of > returns Get our rates FORe t A Little Good Paint in Time Saves When your buildings need painting every dayi I delay costs you money The sun rain snow and frost are getting in thai work Lumber costs too much to let it decay for want of a little painti It costs less to use good paint than to go wilhI out it We use nothing but good paint on our work WorkI WHITE LEAD j Pure Linseed Oil Puro Turpentine and the most expensive colors colonI The kind cf paint we use never creeks or tales only years of wear will remove it Let UA figure with you when ready to paint We guarantee a firsUclass and durbl job prices reasonable Dont put it offi J H HAYES Painter and Interior = Decorator = Telephone No 254 kkIAAA J EXPERIENCE GO YEARS I C i L tftltt C Ol b White Sewing Machines in rotary and vibratort inI shuttles etc in stolid for all machines ROARKS TORE Concrete Work Contracted Iam prepar...

Publication Title: Record, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The record. — 31 March 1910

i + 1 I n 0 fS wOo M IL nrvrrap g I A It lurkt utlrut NetVshflpl 11 rdIt4ltllln rln + tt + AT nT RfCGD PIfSS I Owux ntcLPrunUlout Pr tn4 < l iit UlUCN L UnANII = 0 = Jr rttr L KOAKK EDITOR O = Long Ulstance Telephone No 72 Ottttto in now aunrx rear tlr store Krounil door 50 CENTS PK YEAR IK ADVANCE = = = = = = = TBRMiS The subscription price of the paper Is pnrn Me m wlvnmv nod when the Unit has expired to whlrt It IH pnUl the iK per will be stopped Oanla of tlmnUH oWtuiiry notion etc If not Iniitfor Uinu ton lines will lie 1lhUheti free A rthtrKti off s per line will be mrult for succeed flip HnuH No variation of this rule to anyone Krre Mituple coptOH will lie iimttuil Ado + rtlreatant IIIIe Inscrtid A rate card will be furnished on rtsqUi > t AddrewnnlliomnMrtK4 < < I make all re mittances payable to Usro D IltKSS tJriunvtUo Ky c = I THURSDAY HARCii 31 1910 c c = = = Entered at the araorvHle Kypo tofUce 11 second olat e matter II r PROIIAIIIY some of the Pittsburg cou...

Publication Title: Record, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The record. — 31 March 1910

lit 1 1 l rv j1 iiorii3KED JlOOYI 9 fresh oodwholesome iI eo > aondcah Readily Y 1 bu wslriv 1 i j r 4 1t r r o ° 10 4akhf d Ji s to I C R R LOCAL TIME CARD VTr = = n I NOUTII HOCSD I NO Iii Louisville Express I t2 5nm IK Cincinnati lixprcs 11 put VI 101 U > uivUI < UuiiU > l 4ttam IN Central City acooin 71S pm t SOUTHBOUND f so 00ma ma Pndneah awl Cairo areoin 515nm fl knltunneumnmudatonLallptn tOI Now Orleans Special LIS put Hi Nat 9S ION WaCiiAwroitn AgtN C r oea 1to tit I SPRIG BOEM Kddvrcd by tor I I Olad nb I tlmt sprig ban enb Dow th0llltle bees will hub 4Ad the roblds hi the dree Are soMIy 1gig segs to bo Jllld tUlB sog Of prlg bllSt OlttfiQ So the pole eub blow his dose tor toth th thGive 10 for correspondenceI I of Eggs are a drug on the market t sure enoughonly 15c a dozenar Dog poisoners after a rest ofa few weeks have been at work n ainrc sta See the very latest thing in carpet M sweepers at RourksLI Easter services at the churches last Sunday were well atte...

Publication Title: Record, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The record. — 31 March 1910

4 Itn 0 I f If a 0 n r ROARK Furniture Wtllp per Shades Moldings V t < Undertakers Goods Coffins Caskets Robes Wrapper Slippers Grave Vaults Disinfection ROARK oJ fM 1 e OIiCIItnDntlifb tlifb f GlltIDEli BY FETRIGC FETRIGCnEGISTER REGISTER REGISTERROCKfORD ROCKfORD 1i + 1 t CORRESPONDENCE SOLICITED 7 I t M 1h 3re rl Lt112 Copyright IW by American Press Axso j clatlon This matter must not bo re printed without rpeclal permission I ADVANTAGES OF IRRIGATION As one becomes more famlllnr with the conditions under which the farmer In tin Irrigated tracts of the west m works his land and handles his crops It Is clear that he has several advan I tages over his fellow farmer In theI i reltJsI centra and cantcrn states who rellos upon ntlufnil alone for the moisture nceessnry for the growth and moistureI ty of his crops Perhaps his chief and i t 1 most important advantage is that he 1 is able to put water on his land ntI < Twill being free from the distraction J nwl annoyance of heavy r...

Publication Title: Record, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The record. — 7 April 1910

R Eif > I oo it lli Record Advertiaring Costs Nothing iset sure of returns Get our rates It thought that he had discovered soil microbes in the interior of vegetable stalks From this discovery resulted the condemnation of sewage farms and indeed of all market garden ing as it is ordinarily practised with the employment of manure Fortun ately this opinion has not been shar ed by all bacteriologists In order to solve this problem which is so I important from the hygienic point of view Remlingcr and Nouri have undertaken a series of experiments I in which they endeavored by every possible means to infect plants with microbes In every case however they found it impossible to obtain colonies of microbes from the in terior parts of the plants thus infect ed Hence they conclude that the microbes in the soil do not pene trate into the interior of plants but remain entirely upon the surface Sentence Sermons Harder work may be heavens wageRusting Rusting is the poorest way of resting The h...

Publication Title: Record, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The record. — 7 April 1910

1 Y I X I t l THE REtORD I An Independent NevHripcr RECORD runuauKU THUIIMJATH PR ar SS i OWKN pica President OniBK Li ROAn Secretary I ORIEX L KOAKK EDITOR I LcngOlatenoe Telephone AYe 72 f Olltoo in new nmiix rear of store ground floor r 50r thlM ADVANCE TERMS pAraf expireI 1 to whlcb It IN paid the paper will be Mopped Cards of thanks obituary notices etc If uot longer than ten linen will be published free A charge of 5 < per line wilt bf made for succeed log linee No variation of thU rule to anyone free sample copies will be mailed Adrertlwmentn will be Iriwrtrd A rnteennl will be furnished on rc 1t Address nit omnnaslcatiu M l make all re mittances pnYAble to RKCOlCO PRESS Greenville Ky THURSDAY A RIL 7 1911 4 Eatered at the Ott9 enrlUe Kypoatoatco as necondclaan matter I i A MAN whose neighbors keep hens is just as favored as he would be if y he were taking a correspondence course in patience < IT was in Chicago that the first pajama partywas given last week Ignoringthe ...

Publication Title: Record, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The record. — 7 April 1910

II 1 5 r4L 1 5 < r az f i I Y q A > Z ZW r iThe cnig Baking Powder r Ifrrmade from Royal Grape Ii Cream of Tartar i J 1 QYAL 4t I s J f i t kingPowder t Absolut f PUKE j 1 I i I c R R LOCAL TIME CARD XOUTII BOCXD b KO 132 Louisville Expresv11 151pmI 101 LouUvllIn Limited tl faro I 1 100 Central City nccotn 715 pm j aournnuutn riO t 515ntp12Il1uILouAceommollnuou t 121 Kullou Accommodation 1240pm 1 101 New OrleitUH Special 340 pm i Nor 2 1009 WaOllAWroitD Agt 1tf o 1 Give us your job work 10 for correspondence = We arc getting a rush of end 0f It theseason shows Good morning Have you finished garden planting yet See the very latest thing in carpet sweepers at Roarks R I r Horses and mules are in good de mand and the price is high hight The next show booked for the 1 opera house will be on the aoth Give Pittman Bros your meat 4 orders New shop best service Owners offio s are chaining them riow asse eral do s avc eea i e < The ice plant is in full operation and there is abundan...

Publication Title: Record, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The record. — 7 April 1910

a s r c I4 w V 11 11M C x 1 d J l 4 I w 1 + i t r i = 1 t i ROARK Furniture W llp a per Shades Moldings i V < 1 Undertakers Goods Coffins Caskets Robes Wr ppenr Slippers rave Vaults Disinfec ion ROARK n r Fai I anI I Garden PROPER CARE OF EGGS Mistake to Hold Thcn F < r Higher Prices Says Philadelphia Writer Vlicru mil the MUIUI he properly Ic 11 for the prowm a lie bad eggs I < i tin markets WIuil an the onuses fill Kansas Stutt Agricultural college IIIKTM the Llauic at least la part vih the fanner fur the following two ivasmis First some few farmer do Itlifnitely take eggs to market which thiy Uiuw are nut fresh herausc they I fdisiiii that the merchant Is compelled h tu take them or lose theft trade sec uml and by far the greatest reason is because ut Ignorance on the part oC < ln farmer as to how to sell eggs says ii writer in the Philadelphia Record It Is indeed a bad practice to trade off the pjgs at the village store Some incrclinntM even offer 2 cents n dozen mor...

Publication Title: Record, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The record. — 14 April 1910

a t I iitl Record Adverti ing Costs Nothing I It pays for itself The investment is t sure of returns Get our rates EmIDKF It firstorI lastany time before you buy We may not sell you but well show you wallpaper values and enable you to save money wher ever you may purchase THE J1 L ROARK ESTATE furniture TCUIlpxuer innDettafeew GREENVILLE KY i i 1 s Vt c drq Y < j t t tF fliecoirb DR J W ip BARLOW DENTIST Crown aud Bridge Work dune ul treasonable prices prIuesOtUee Office up stair lu theJuitcb Building OrVooUlc Ky < io DR aTJaATON FMtyMlclun and f4ss eon OtUcc Maincross alruei near MuiUBlrect 15 CAM HOWARD WADE II GRAY HOWARD tIIY z LA VYERS Office la Green Bnllfcj opposite laMcsJe Hotel DR LOUELLA HELTLEY OSTEOPATH Office at Home East MalncrpsStrect Tofcphono No Tsft A IIrldG Z O Notary Public aiLi censed Auctioneer f CENTRAL CITYvIC KI Sates mt Anywtoe ia Y Terms PeaS oable Box 3a i j i t ITEARIIS a fSTt MATTRESS sldrr It is the wonderful vebprocess by which 4 it is made and ...

Publication Title: Record, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The record. — 14 April 1910

< I i rr A r ItlE REtCRD M1Mr V W V W An lrtIepeudunt litwspiijer rUULI811EO TII1I18naTR liT IlfCOn PHtSSJ OWEN KICK President OmEN L KOACK Secretary OR Ji IrL KOAKK EDITOR I = = = 0 = LongDlstence Telephone No 72 Office In new annex rear of store K onnJ floor = = 50 CENTS PER YEAR IN ADYAXCL TERMS The subscription price of the paper Is pays ble in advance and when the time has expired to whlea It U paid the paper will be stopped Cards of thanks obituary notices etc If not longer than ten lines will tx published free A charge of 6c per line will be made for succeed lug lines No variation of this rule to anyor < 5 Free sample copies will be tnnllort AdYcrtlsemeniswlllbe ln ered A rate card will be furnished on regn m Address all commualcuuuii + 111 make all re mittances payable to KEfOKD PRESS Greenville Ky t = 9 THURSDAY APRIL 14111 Entered r a f the Greenville Ky postofflce at secqndclassTOftttjr 10 QN Majt 18 only 15Qoa goo miles vjll separate the earth from the com etjust a...

Publication Title: Record, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The record. — 14 April 1910

I I V Co MLNEPOWIEIMakes Makes the food of maximum quality at minimum cosh G < I Co R R LOCAL TIME CARD II JiOIlTU BOUND Rxo e tI Louisville Express 1125am 103 Cincinnati Express 154 pm 104 Loulsvllln Limited 408 am a 13GCeoraICltyaccom115pm w flOOTIl BOUND NO 135 Paducnli nml Cairo nccom 5U am A 121 Fulton Accommodation U40pm 101 New Orleans Special 340 pm I Nov 22 1900 WOCiuiwroRD AgtI t 1tTO SPRING POEM Entered by W D IL Hot nUll hahty wools were uttered Onr flint tiff sluce we were wed And with milieu mien muttered My goodnight and flung to bed Tossing there and never Bleeping Soon I heard my bride come creeping To my side with stealthy tread Aa sbe stooped the golden shower Of her hair unbound and free Fell and formed a radiant bower Shutting In her face rlth inc y ow within so sweet an arbor f Ali iTlcouiiiiiot as you ahull see Xf > > i VL v IVhen In accents low and quaking 1 With auyh prujppljnjr of my lialr r She declared her heart was breaking I surrendered thus an...

Publication Title: Record, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The record. — 14 April 1910

u I < t i Li f r f 1 I = l = c C CC 3i iA t fjlOARK Fvirniture Wallpaper Shades Moldings i At i i Undertakers Goods Coffins Caskets Robes Wrappers Slippers Gnxve Vaults Disinfection ROARK 1 < n j F arm GIZg i S 1 rd I BEEKEEPING ON FARMS 1 If Given Iteif a Chance Dsss Yield Good Profits II I Iii tii whether It will pay the ncr nit fnrimn to keep been < iud produce that t will depend somewhat on clreuui c Binricoit writes J W House of Au dntiii rnunty Mo 1 am sure It would pay any horticulturist to keep bees even If be never got any honey from them iw they are a groat aid in caus funtits fertilization of nut bloom Many times one can secure some sur plus booty from bees kept in gum s ur boxes but If bees are kept In mod o urn improved movable frame hires rightly attended to they pay an Im mense profit In fact I know of noth notht inas a place that will yield as good n profit as bees as one not only gets R llil benefit of them In fruit growing but sometimes they yield 200 poun...

Publication Title: Record, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The record. — 21 April 1910

II 1 1 t Y rIIJI1 1iIIIl Eic lQi Record Adverti ing 1WCosts Nothing 1rIt pays for itself The investment is sure of returns Get our rates RX 1RXi XiXUUUJJ It II SKAKMS jOSTER FSTJt < i lTf t atCOtb II TRADE MARKS Dcstcrlsrrvyy It Anyone aenrtlnff a sctch nnd jtMi ahothee 7 4 lcuir aircruln onr opinion f rep whether alt I S Inroiulon u proboblr P11 dCOmnllll1lCAo c UAN03n0Konfntcntq tlon strict e1dolltr IIANOn Olt on lAlcnt4 sent tree Uhtest Blfone fur eocurlllil lAlcnt4II ratents taken tlirough Mutsu k co rocclyQ fpftialnotlce without cbnrso iulho Scientific JMcon I Ahunrtnomolr llnMrntcd jrcpljlr rlnrgeAl Mier cnlnUuu of stir proW Iniinm Uonim H M en fat rrfolltI 1 1l1U1Il1 n8etIef mUNn I CO301DroadwaT New Yor Branch taco C5 V Bt WjuJlinio P t I Tina lcntuTO Is OD every box of the gel1l1ffl j Laxative BromosQuinine Tablet 1 he cmecb that carps B colts IH eve oat I P 7 fP1C7 r 1i e t 11 I > f ITH E KING f t Lr st e d IG w + hVV M MM R Countyis is richInc coal iron timber potter...

Publication Title: Record, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The record. — 21 April 1910

t i f 1 l qty = e TK itRD Au ludepeudCnt Ncwtpnpcr YDALIl11t TIIU1 Y11ATR AT itlfPqfSS1 lt r > > o K tins ftlOl 1rolddunt OlUKN L Roars Secretary I ORIKNT L KOAKK EDITORI LoaaOisanco Telephone Ao 72 Office in new nnuoK r nr of store Kraitnd floor = = = 50 CENTS PEk Y AB IN ADVANCE r TERMB lrh BllbrlpUoo price of the pnper 11131 Vte in jvlrnucfe and when the time has expired to wfilU I t U paW the paper will be stopped Ocvrda of tUf l1klt obituary notices etc If not leaser than tun hand will WpwblMirrt free A charffroffc par Hue will ba waJe cur succeed tPSllnes Nu n1lltloo of this rulo lu nOrI a Free tmtnplc copies vrlll be math Adrertls nientSHribo Inserted t rate cant will be urulaboil on re < it Addreas nil coramualoatiu + unJ tr1ft Vr all reo mlttonces payable to RECOID n KS QrtcuvlUo Ky THURSDAY APRIL 21 1910 sa + rs f Butered at tbe QroenTlllc Kriposlofflec as flecontlclaes matter DIt calm The stranger Is not a bill collectar nor a messenger to tell you that you have ...

Publication Title: Record, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The record. — 21 April 1910

J A < tJ f ztl 9rua 11 fine = JYf L uatitLsl i L Ia10CRq 2a1 s Vafi3 yam Indispensable For Home BalUng r n v I C R R LOCAL TIME CARD I 3 NOITII nOVliD I IUI Ii3 Lonr111eExprrge11 ° fiam It 103 Cincinnati E tres 151 put 101 Louisville Limited I 08 Jlntl ° r 130 Central City accont I I i15 JIm BOUTUBOUKD I MO 135 I 4ncah and Cairo accotn i lit am Il 121 Kuilou ueoumudatluu1tiopC tot New OrtU1S Special 340 jin ov2 1003 acnxwronD Apt T r I o a O Ii WHEN I HAVE GONE JY Jour XKIDUAUDT I IJolin Ci TCcIdhunU wna horn In Illinois In 1681 He 114 known prhiilimlly fur lil rontrlbu 1 thins both of tlcilun and verse to tins mng 4dnet The scleotlon printetl below iiiipunrtil 4 In thc Century magazine for Octolmr moo Mr KeldhanU now Urea nt Unncruft XubJ When I bare fiit bc l with this episode d Loft the hard uphill ranil b roadh And gone weird ways tu seek another load I O friends regent nio not uor weep for me t Child of Infinity r Nor dtp a ixmve nor roar for me n tomb 1 To ae with lylm wit ...

Publication Title: Record, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The record. — 21 April 1910

C = I w t If = ROARK Fvirrvitwe VJallpaper Shades Moldings 1 1 Undertakers Goods Coffins Caskets Robes Wracppen Slippers Gr ve Vaults DisinfectionROARK ionROARKi GOOD oos E j 5 MEN PROGRESS They Tod to Increase tto Value I of Property trILL LOWER COST OF LIVING VaVnT Land Will DsCcitled More Rapidly Mors Good Crops Will Be Rsisd and the Consumer Will Re ceive Supplies at Strsllcr Prices A Hmm of horses struggling along n thud road lip the rntlenvor to draw j jinlf n loud afford a striking object l Jospin i of roui Improvement when com J I ami tit t team drawing a hoavllj 1 MiUil vrtsuj nt t comfortable hotI jilting a stone HijrfqctjJ runt This 15011 JateU eximiplit innaf to fluUlpl J 111I HOWKUCO In order JI obtain the pujinjr 11 Jatlve nffert of bail mails upon trajllp in the United States Net less than SOOCOOOO Is the useless tribute nil mistily levied upon the people of tho United States by Its bad roads 11 > JSIHI a whit JiIIt1 Inquiry mule fiy tilt oUJcp of public roads Indi...

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