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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The record. — 2 June 1910

Ir r l If a x 1 0 il it w r 2i i tWMMD Record Advertising Nothinga It pays for itself The investment is I sure of returns Get our rates y xMnDfl yranJtsp wc It JUlie 14 Flag Day Frankfort Ky May 19Gov Willson has issued a Flag day proc lamation calling attention to the anniversary of the birth of the flag and suggesting that everbody show allegiance to the flag on that and all days The proclamation is as follows uTo the People of Kentucky The American Flag Association organized to perpetuate the love of our people for the flag and the earn est patriotic spirit which that love strengthens sends its reminder that Tuesday June 14 1910 will be the one hundred and thirty third anni X Tri > fr4the adn lion b oftt star and stripes as theflag of the United States U I call upon all of our people to join in cherishing the love of the flag on June 14 I order that the flag be displayed on all State build ings and invite the celebration of the day I call upon the Mayors of our cities to recog...

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

ry r J i Q t IiI EbH trb Yi1 sw 2MMM N bwJWJ4 Au ludcpcudcn ir wfpnpcr rVflLU if a TnUSDATRnT RECORD PRfS OWEH llins President OmBN L nOArI ROIIKSecretary Secretary ORIEN L ROAKK EDITOR LonnOlstance = = Telephone No 72 Cilice In now annex rear of store ground floor = 50 fliTS PtR YEAR IN ADVANCE = = = TERMSI 1 The subsorlptlon price of the pa lone In para explreI d 1 to whloi it In paid the paper will be stopped Card nf thanks obituary notices etcll not longer than ton Hui will bo published free A charge of fro per Hue will be made for lUcree d spa Ilea No variation at this ruin to any OII Free Ham pic coplen will be n > nlh l AiUrrtlsemrnts will be Inserted A rate card wilt be furnished on request Address all contiminlcuUiuM nnd make alt re mittanccs payable to RBLOUD tKKSS fire uvlllc Ky I TIIUBSDAY JUNE 2 1910 Rotered at the Greenville Kypostoftlcc ac seeond class matter TATTED was going to quit the speculation game anyway but he doubtless didnt appreciate the effective help h...

Publication Title: Record, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The record. — 2 June 1910

3r HOME BAKED FOO l i IiIresh good trvllolesome economical Readily made Villi 0 iQr 1i J No A1wn 41 1 x Dolan rowdier I a I C It It LOCAL TIME CARD I t XOKTU tJOUNIt NOua IM LonUville Express 113nm lit Cliuinuiitl Express IM pm are IOIJoulllmeLlrnlttll4 S1 1 o Ito Central City accoui 716 l m and 4 1IIG tfOCTIUIUUKU o 115 PjKlucali tnd Cairo neeoni 515 aui T ll Kuiluu Aeeumtnodttttou 1240pm 4Ult New Orleans Special 340pm lions I s Nor er4Q1 WOCnAwronD Act Mo bus wit s i Oca O witd I edI 1MY CREED C MY ALICE CAUY CAUYf ror I Alice faryvho with her f J Ioirer Phoebe wrote t many piN ms which were greatly nilmlrv < l InM e their day and M UIR tiC which have ilctacntH of M enduring merit wax Ivjni iirar CliuiJnn > U p April SO 18SO and died lu JCciv York I eh I State ISiI nestle her poems she wrote Neycral 1ISiI and many sketches of life in wjyjj was spare then tilt new went t will willJ ttIiorc charity is seen that when SU Il1 CT e climb to heaven tin on the rou11tlsschl Of lore 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. — 2 June 1910

r r c i 0 y w Y ROARK Fimittire WoJJ piper Shades Moldings Undertakers Goods Coffins Caskets Robes Wr a ppenv Slippers Grave Vaults Disinfection ROARK r rt FMn 1 4 I FMnOKHr4 F GAOOE BY FEJRIGG 6 tEtTi1AL PCii haul RIVER VALLEY OREGON CGRRE5PDNDENyrSOLICITED SPONDENCJ This matter muni not be rewlnted with fl out special permission stirring peck ECONOMIESI kernel SOME FALSE ECONOMIES tar I Koine of ilir worst blunders I hat Are phers nind by tillers of the soil and those plumed < engaged In miinuil husbnndry Ire the stick result uf prartlrlns sliorislgluiMl Inl worked Ilnl tfonouiiistlu niUinpt to save lu which lirfl lust followed by Inrnsisrd losses apart Inter on To thin class of lolHlmhtopal telling the purchase of scrub or chenp The e prnde Klrcs for the dairy or beef herds being the use of iioor WI OIl high Ilrk11It rt land wncft jwsd Il1 costing a half surface S more would give three linns the crop earth return the use ot vcrnoiil rind dllap oration tlfch lJlIIillll c would ...

Publication Title: Record, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The record. — 9 June 1910

f 1F i 1 1IIIIIIt I ill 1 11111 Iif M Record AdvertiJing Costs Nothing I It pays for itself The investment is r sure of returns Get our rates t iOOKlXI lCQQJ No 74507 sire Perfect Wonder dim QUEcN QUALITY a fine individual from a perfect strata of prize winners is now in service at 100 cash in hand only The patronage of the public is solicited J E COO M BS Roark is specially prepared to do disinfecting and is subject to call I anywhere t J L w y b 1 A 1 f x 1 < DItlw 1 BARLOW DENTIST Crown and Bridge Work done at reasonable prices OOlce up stairs In the Jonen Building Orceuville Ky DR T J11 SLAT0N t PliyMlclan nnd Burgeon Olllce Maincross street near Muluutreet III CAM HOWARD WADE ft GRAY HOWARD < CRAY LAWYERS Office la Greta Bulldlnf opposite liMeade Hotel DR LOUELLA HELTSLEY I OSTEOPATH Office at Home East Maincross Street Telephone No 78 zo KING r Notary Public and Li = j censed Auctioneer CENTRAL CITVKY i 1 Sales Hide Anywise in County Terms Reasonable Box 93 Ptone 78 I In...

Publication Title: Record, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The record. — 9 June 1910

ft l c t 1 4 KT w > w T E E IMS REt RD r + r v I L An IncleptMiiluiil Newspaper NIlltlUIIUJ TltnnsDATF UT A RECORD PRESS OvfKtt RInK omEN L ROAItKSeercVnry ItlOKPrvnltlcnt SeercVnry Jrm L kOARK larUITOR = = LonaOlstancP Tclepiisac No 72 Oittco lu new rtnncx irnrof more ground floor ssrscamc ssrscamcp AHfr r w ERMS The ItI1 lltrlpton prlc tit the paper 18 pa hlt tn tuirance and wben the time bait expired to whlcU it IB piild the paper will be stopped CnrdH of ihnnk obltnixrr notices etc If not longer than ten lines will be puMUh d r < > A choree of JW per Ilan will he mnilr fur miners d II Ing linen No variation of thin rule to uujropc PrBe ttumplr coplw will be nmltal AdvcrHncrnrnl will pnVrirl A rate card will be furulHhrd on rraui l A JJrfH ail communication Mini oukc all rc > mlttuncoN payable to HfcrnillM URSB UrIU1 I = THURSDAY JUNO 9 BH lCtered at thw OncnrlHe Kr postof Ice as eeenudMbpw i niter IT is unmanly to hiss Jick John f son on account of his color It isnt ...

Publication Title: Record, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The record. — 9 June 1910

II 1 H c y e e r a The only Baking Powder made from Royal Grape Cream of Tartar 4S V i Btking Powder Absolut ill PURE f C RR LOCAL TIME CARD r 4 SOUTH SOUNDM NO 123 LoulSl1IeExprc1I 5nma few fun e 101 LoulllyllleLlmltedOSluD < r 130 Central City nccom 715pm ° SOUTHBOUND SI KO 135 Failucnli nnil Cairo accom51Sam shield + 121 Fnlum Accommodation 140pm 101 New Orleans Special 30 pm 103 K O Spec Louisville pnssr otily1I20nin T JuneS 1010 WGCnAwronn Apt y WCCnlwronDAgtbe be s 1 as o mac Ca 1t Mr C J THE RIGHT MUST WIN will t DY FREDERICK W FAnEII Frederick William Faber the well knovn C gifted theologian and hymn writer WRM born x r at Calverley Yorkshire England June tt 1814 and lie died Sept 26 1801 Until IMS lie wan n clergy CI man ur the Cbllrth of England Flu art In going to the Church of Home precipitated then over a topical and ecclesiastical discussion I Ir T traded widespread attention and which wnlilnt strange contrast to Fabern spirit especially time at it IH shown in bin 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. — 9 June 1910

c A 1 0 SO J I w 1J = i c tROARKFurniture WaJlpssper Shades Moldings J < Undertakers Goods Coffins Caskets Robes Wrapper Slippers Grave Vaults Disinfection ROARK t < f f 00 GO FEAH OF BEEF TRUSTS Gotten Words of Wisdom Ancnt tu Jack to the Farm Slogan f Mere I the view of u Yerinontor who signs himself A Farmer From Town In a recent lottor to a New York jwper Ve In tht hills have witched with rent Interest the widely varying com ments on the high > iln s nutl means n for restoring less eortly living Ilaik to the farm Ix the only reme dy but wlnt will Indrre Iniior to go back In tonroduclny food The farming ponnhifloti n fairly large proportion has simply anscrtcd Its right to choose whore to Work for n living If labor prefers to build automobiles or to man hUrl ladles hands or even as we see I it to make cheap wrappers in n New t Ill land factory town rather than work Oil a farm what Is th be done The only way to make those one time formers go buck to work on tho land Is to...

Publication Title: Record, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The record. — 16 June 1910

I E JI te ibl r = I Record Advertiing Costs Nothi1lg It pays for itself The investment is sure of returns Get our rates 4 = fKXI XiXIXIXlX XI it uWOB = I FURS i Hides and Wool g WE BUY WOOL HIDESANDVURS HIDESANDVURSBeiagDalas 1 1 1 BeinlDalcn + i wceaado better for you lisa agents or cocniswca mcrehicls Rtltrectt any bank in Looisrille We furnish VoolBtfrFftsb ocr snippers Write br price list II L SAIEL SONS ri iltas a LoaisTflle Kr I I I Steel Web Picket Fence Cheaper Than Wood OUt OLDS H9 t I 5 JJ r I The lowest priced good I substantial lawn and garI garden I catalog of lawn field hog I and poultry fencing DEKALB FENCE CO I DeKalb Ill Kansas City Mo Greenville Hardware CROC iYco KILlTHE COUCH AND CURS THE LUNGS 1 I II WITH Dr Kings II II New Discovery II II FOR c PBZCE l Trial Baltic Free I I AND ALL THROAT AND LUNG TROUBLES GUARANTEED SATISFACZOBT2 OR HONEY REFUNDED = I 1 r JDti q 1 IIt lu1D I 1 i lad lf1Ii lf T L 1ntnrtltA7Intc tty 1 I le 111 Ylnl fI loII III ty pd C crnatnt P ...

Publication Title: Record, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The record. — 16 June 1910

II ax i f THE EtR 44 a I Au 1 tle1ertdcltt Ncsinper A M rUtrL1AlltDTUUfDX UT llfCOI PRESS OWEN KICK JnMJdent OCIEX L non fecerctiry ORIKX L ROAIIK KDITOK w = = Long nstaLa TdcpZsac No 72 LongQatco QCUoo In now annex rear of ti > rr ground floor = = = 50 CENTS PER YtAS IS Afi 11 AMt TERMS The aulwcrlpMon prlcfof the IIIKTH pay lile in ad vane and when the elmo expired to vrhtuU it U paid the paper will be Htoppcd Cards of thanks obituary notices etc if not longer than ten Hues wtll be pnltllshod fretmo charge of 60 per lino will be made for MtivuvtMl op lines No variation of thin rule to UUJOP Pt Tree sample copies will be malted w Ad variUcEirntA ill li < ni > urtod A rate card vlllbofurnUbrd on reqmot d AdJrcss all oommilIfAtlnns nut iiiil < ill reo mltUncea payable ta UKCnun PUKSS sQvriiviil T c THURSDAY JUNE 16 1219 s Catered at the GrwBYllla Ky poMoClce as ccondclana matter ruonK around little old New York town arc likely to get next q Saturday on used with the Fault...

Publication Title: Record, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The record. — 16 June 1910

TAROYAL I BMINErPOWDER jMakes the food of maximum at minimum cost quality Jquality jr r t LC R R LOCAL TIME CARD 1 ° j KOBTUBOUXD 1 xo 143 Loutlme Express 11 5am 1 dI Ire Cincinnati Express 154 pm ly 1 101 Louisville Llurtted408nm 136 Central City nccom 7151101 7151101t cro OUTU BOUND ro 135 Paducah and Cnlro nccora 515 nm 121 Fulton Accommodation IMOpm 101 New Orleans Special 30 pm 103 Jf O Spec LouUvllle passr only JOnm Tune5 1010 W G CnAwronD Agt oea to I PROVIDENCE BY JAMES BALLANTINE w James Ballcntlnc of Kelso Scotland was born In 1T72 mid died In 1833 lIe wan one of ft the closest frlenda of Sir Walter Scott who nevertheless seemed to take pleasure in ridi culing bin friend especially fur a certain porn L posity of manner gonicthing one would not rz H u spec t nt least from the little poem below Scotcht I pubUllhcrY Y ad the editor or the Edinburgh Weekly Journal t a he was oneof the familiar literary characters c of the beginning of the last century ni Confide ye aye in Prov...

Publication Title: Record, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The record. — 16 June 1910

t 0 Jar l f E t 4 r = rGae = n N RQARK Furniture aWJ1pzper Shades Moldings > Undertakers Goods Coffins Caskets Robes Wrapper Ir Slippers Grve Vaults Disinfection RO ARK r rIr LI III IIIrr rr rr1i 1i ai11 end i GIden l DAHLIA WCK ROSE This Plower One of the Mert PraCirbJo That Can Be Grown Inrmers who grmv nW ers fir profit s n he linemil Ihrj HppiMs partic ularly In sumo nl the lunmrs wives a will live nciir g Mp sLcd towns are a HssnriHl by I K PfliiciHk of Hcrlln N rl who produces nanny kinds of lowers that lilt1 dahia Jack rose Is ne of time most profitable blossoms s Mr IVamrk cUI blooms Inst season Cint limits hi < > IlCr hundred while a MmtttiMiuseliM man sold tils oulput at SI 1111 dioHii As to ililti rose Mr Pea noel vrllr < Now alter another years prnwlnc ilnrii wlilrh wo had several suns we eiw only add to the praise extend o DAHLIA JACK ROSE ed by us last year It was the hcalth last plant we hud ou the place the first to get Into bloom and every How er was per...

Publication Title: Record, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The record. — 23 June 1910

III F + I f f rl J iSiiiE Record1 Mdg Advertising Costs Nothing I It pays for itself The investment is I r sure of returns Get our rates I I gSSSSSSSSSS JfSSieSSSSS ic f6 t jj J4 > w x JL II 1 l Muhlenberg Countyf Y MAYMnr jj jis rich in coal iron timber potters rlaj1 r A I etc and the most inviting field in Ken u tucky for investment of capital and lClI 1 r J1 iW ffi lCl t + 1YOLo XII NO1 GREENVILLE KY THURSDAY JUNE 23 1910 50c PER YEAR IN ADVANCE If I s iArson As a Fee home I In George Gary EfflestonspOi I r tt Recollections of a Varied Life he lion Recollectionsthis hel gives this story told by the brilliant 1health Donn Piattu When 1 was a young from t practicefro man trying to rot into a law practice out m Ohio and eager to advertise per i I 1 myself by appearing in court a fellow t was indicted for arson lie came the t to me explaining that he had no acres money with which to pay a lawyer sui but that he thought I might like tom3 i appear in a case so important and J that i...

Publication Title: Record, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The record. — 23 June 1910

A t I ft2 p THE + 1 D 1 An 1 lltIentttU Newspaper I I lUIILI14I1EI TIUlltIUATt nT IlfCORD fRfSS 1 OUEN UirKFreniiUiit P ItII ill I II t ORIKN I ICHAUK ICHAUKSecretary Secretary = = Uhl N L IvOAiciv KUITOK 7 = CC C = = Long Olitamse Telephone Ko 72 OltUi in new HUM rear of store RrrtHiiJ iKwr c = = = = 0 = = 50 CENTS PER YEAR IN ADVANCE = T6RlU The Imo rllIIn price of the mwr Is pay a We in ntlvnniv nod when the time has expire to whleU It is puUl the paper will be stopped Oiinln of thnnkn obituary notice etc If not longer than ton linen will w puMlHlied free A chance of 5o PHI Una win be made for HUtfeoou Ing llnoH No rurlaUon of thU ruiu tu uuyori Free wimple eoplw will be matted Ad vr rtlmsinentH a ill lio IriKcrtcU A rule card will be fiirnlnhetl on refit e iU AtMreiM lunnmunlvntlonH uiitl muter aR reo mittances pn able to KKCOKll IKliSS Gornrlttr Ky = r THURSDAY JUNE 23 1910 = Entered at the OrocntUle KvpO8tofllce is aeconilolnsB matter e r FIGURES jist compiled by the Pennsylva...

Publication Title: Record, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The record. — 23 June 1910

iFor making fine rich or plain food equally valuable I I I NOUTH BOUND NO I 123 LouUvlllo Express 1125am Irk Clnulnuntl Express 151pm 101 Louisville Limited 40S un 136 Central City nccoin 715 pin SOUTH BOUND voIK Ittilueah ntitl Cairo nccom 6 11 flu 121 Fulton tcoounnodntton1IOpro 101 New Orleans Special SAO pm 1UI N O Ppcc Loulsvlllo passr only 120 am nile 5 1010 tvaCaawronDAgt oea 1teO Hot and dusty Equity meeting June 27 t THE RECORD SOC per year I W C T U convenes today 1 Roads are getting in fine shape s again j againSee See the Rockwell corner dust co I shield at Roarks a JMr Paul Panncll spent Sunday I 1in Morganficld A big crowd visited Dawson t 1Springs last Sunday j Sec Cornette the coal man be j fore you buy coal See program of W C T U con vention in this issue c The ice man and Old Sol arc get ting in good time these dasJ Needles for all sewing machines at Roarks Miss Linda Bowers of Mayfield Js here pn a yjsjt to Miss Vannic Martin tom Miss Virgina JJohannon is visiting...

Publication Title: Record, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The record. — 23 June 1910

II x L 9YJ t C S < nO Ch cv C 11 ROARK Furniture W llp per Shades Moldings r Ufidert erS Goods Coffins Caskets Robes QNra pperr Slippers Gra ve Vaults DisinfectionROARK I GOOD floIoil I 1 Chonpsr Than Oilier Highways I and Easy to EuildI 1 It GOOD DRAINAGE A NECESSITY It Is Cns of the Frincil Pslnta 11t II Asking a God Cirt Roadway They Ara Preferrd In tany Sections of SII the United States tt luus npi I burst mi convlncwl that It I ve wore to huve go t i1 reads in our tlnrt mal jaii r Hun w must seek soimoti 1I I rr UMthrds of dohl tin vurk mtlt Houic othtT uutiorial than macadam I Fur whar sua wads htvi and par o to t Itra nJwnys nIIl Iwvo nn ntlaptntioti fur ortai OI trie IS on nitotiut of 1 1 tu latk d ftillltlis fur paid drnln ttyf wtJl1 is oui of the principal NItx 11 tt tinrtriutlJii cf ttr1I latch IIr rlu ri mac Illilllt r tIC Use Bull Is WHh tlwt t1 iiirtli nirdK 11I lint IH IIKHP nr for thoroughfare lynytz Inc m tin titvrl is K MIU ail tat vale 4 aliMi llsli t1titu stit...

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 July 1910

j 1 1 1 X 1lX1t fDfJ U1 Record Advertiring Costs Nothlttg I It pays for itself The investment is sure of returns Get our rates IX t iI 1COOU It r < F 4 K J y iI ljj w vJliLJI XJSwn F Countyis a is rich in coal iron timber potters clay etc and the most inviting field in KengJ tucky for investment of capital and pluck fJCIC IX fJCi jXjXIXIXciJi 1xm XlJllX1CXIXXiXiXIX XIXIXXIXXIX XI ilYOLo XII NO 21 GREENVILLE KY THURSDAY JULY 7 101050c PER YEAR IN ADVANCE I The Garbagc Can The question of the disposal of I garbage is always an important one but when hot weather approaches it is one that must receive a proper I answer if persons would keep cither comfortable or well I In large cities the matter is taken care of by the authorities to a great extent The garb gecarts go round 1rcgularly and each householder puts his can outside for collection and then his responsibility ceases This is well as far as it goes but it is only I necessary to walk through the poor n er streets of most cities...

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 July 1910

HQ 1 UifRECORDUAu ° I i I I Au 111IepenIeLlt Newspaper f yV V VWV LLMtMW V MM 1 = Ilt Rij PRfSS I N OWB2f RICK President OniBN L Rom w Secretary 1 In cg ORIEN Iii ROARK EDITOR g = wo LoaaDlstMucf Teltpbeae Ne 72 a Onicc In new anneX rear of III ore ground floor e r = = 50 CENTS PER YEAR IN ADVANCE cd s = TERMS I The mitMcrlptlon price of the paper In paya i j ble in nl11anee and when the time has expired to which It U paid the paper will be stopped in CnnU of thanks obituary notice etc If nol longer than ten linen 1I11e published trf e A of charge of be per line will be made for nuccee d Int Hnn No variation of thin rule to nyop w d Krca ample copies will be mailed a AdTertliteventN will be hlller Old A rate card wilt be furnished on request < Address all communications and make nil re > mlttances parable to K ECO HI PRESS I Greenville Ky = b THUISDAY JULY 7 f 1911 i cs = s Entered at the Greenville Kypo9tofflce asC secondclass matter p Tfrir delaration of independence J is 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. — 7 July 1910

1 i l ii I 1 t Absolutely r AbsolutelyPure Pure A I C R R LOCAL TIME CARD i f i I NOUTll BOUND NO nOloiDI NOIS Louisville Exprcs 112am 102 Cincinnati Kxprwm ibI pit I HI 101 Louisville Limited IQSw I 130 Control City aceoni 711 pin ru SOUTHBOUND NO I 135 radueah and Cairo uccoin fiIftnm r I 11 Fulton Accommodation UIOpm 101 New Orleans Special 310pm f rl 103 X O Spec LLuui ilk pnsw only 110 am a + sue S 1010 V U CnAwtonn Apt F4 i w lteOfo OC8 for THE COUNTRY CHURCHYARD 1IY THOMAS OKAY 1 ur I k TlionmB Gray known to every M > huoHn jr ul was your day fur hIM Blew Written hi a Country Churchyard won urn In London Ike M 1718 WI unit Bled ut Oa ibrMe Kttglan July 30 1771 He was u friend of Horace WRIIoh Ho IH > mine a iimfewMir of modern hlMtol at Cant rlilKc in ITCH In KnpllnJt literary hlhUirj tr 1M noted IIH ImviiiK rvftiNpd the part lntire t > Mlili InnreutMhiphe Much of 1 111i life wan Ir at Stoke IORIH he where lie found the erne whick initiilrtMl his Immortal poem It IK ...

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 July 1910

v f 17j tt i RpARKff Furniture VaJilpper Shades Moldings Undertakers Goods Coffins Caskets Robes Wrapper Slippers Grave Vaults Disinfection ROARK 1 Stalls Are Sanitary W Valuable t1 According to Professor C A Acoclc III of the iloiNtrtmuut of ngriculiurnl enl Xlrvering nt the Unhonlty of VIs h cuuflit the ilemniHl for pure milk pro f cluced under sntiltnry tan + lltlru4 is con In I rtNiitly increasing III In order to pro dace sueh mill It b + nlsiluu ueion r spry to have clonu nnd well bred cows o and to equip the stable with sanitary li stalls In which the cows should l > i > kept d keptThe wlidom of building such quar ters for dnlry nnlnwla us are easily tl kept clean tins been emphasised re 11 a Gently by the agitation resulting In ii pure food laws nUll a public sentiment t demanding n higher grade of milk and tt I h t WELL IIKAHED Dunr cow I n n 1 R butter products from dairies Ho says 1thnt most old stalls are not sanitary II since the ties stanchions and part t tions do...

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