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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The record. — 14 July 1910

a iJ 1I tI tlGUisocXJflX IQI ftRecord AdvertiJing Costs Nothing It pays for itself The irifestrtiet1t is sure of returns Get oUr fafcs It Greenville office Opera Bldg Central City office overStorers Jewelry Store White Patients Only N Telephone Connection COAL n I fie best ever and t the price is right jfj 200 PER TON DELiW RED Two mines the Pe k rod Bank arid the Green ville Fuel ss Mine ALL ORDERS FILLED PROMPTLY And COAL GUARANTEED Telephone 2322 E A CORNETTE Mgr Z O KING I KINGa Notary Public and Li = PublicAuctioneer censed Auctioneer I CENTRAL CITY KY Sales Made Anywhere in County Terms Reasonable Box 93 Phone 78 Monon eutc 1 HETW 11N Louisville = and = Chicago HEST LINK TO California and the Vast Northwest Two trains daily I French Lick and West Baden Springs ItlJ I STATION LOlTISVlLLIi sDI AHBon STATION CHICAGO Dining and Parlor Cars Palace Drawing Room Sleepers E H BACON D P A N11 Cor 4th and Market Sts LOU1SV1LLK KY u 1l1rICfA n1 1Ft MANIC 1111 ftboI IA4u als l rkcabltr th...

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 July 1910

t Q t THE REt RDn h4 MIMf4 V An lmlepenclent Newspaper lUKLIHIlU TIIUnDATN liT fltCOllD PRESS rOaN Ittcc f Jrttttd too k OniBK L ItOAKK Secretary I OKIKN L KOAKK EDITOR LongDistance Telephone No 72 1OMce la new nnri rear of store ground floor 1 = o r = = = = ADYANEt = I r aIx flits iTIw awtvcioripttoii prloe of the iwpor In pnyn > Wo IH ailvancf and when the time hila expired lo which It U paid the paper will bo mopped 08tlr thanks obituary nittioH eto If tiot longer than ton UHOI will be iubllslioil free A clinrKu of 5v per Hue will lw matte for sucocc d w Ine lines No Tnrlntloii of thin rule to anyone Free wimple eoplrs will IK mulled All verti QHit > nt vi ill br inst rl > < l A rnte card will be fnrnittbrU OB recent AiltlrtHMixUroittmuxuiuioii and umVc nil rc > mttluiieiM paF able U > KKixmiJ 1MIKSS llrtIIIItIO Its cc = T L THURSDAY JULY 11910 ca = Entered at tbo Greonvllle ICy poslotil c as second tlaso matter IF aviation gets much more dan = Serous it is like...

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 July 1910

d a I ° I I I fIt t I ic R R LOCAL TIM CARD 1 NOIITII nOVKD vn 122 Louisville Express II 35 am 102 Cincinnati Kprcss 151 pm 1 101 Louisville Limited 4QSnm 131 Central City nccuni 715 pm 40UTIIUOUNU NO 115 Paducalt and Culm nceom15am t 11 Kiiltun Accommodation l10i > m 101 New Orleuinn8perlil 310 pin ltd N O Spec f Louisville pasr oulyf 130am 1111010 W G Cujkwromi Act j ° oea 1O s A HYMN OF PRAISE Ill JOHN STfAKT ULACIUK 1Juhll I John Stuart niitcklc will always In reniein lard HM one uf tin moot striking diameter In ° the history of the Inlrerslty of IMlnlmrsli I lit was professor of Brick in that Institution from IKii to 1JW4 nod It limas often Iteen Hiilil of him Unit he held the ehalr of Creek and taught c J everything except that He wtaaa one of the ls > Ht loved men at the university prominent In I the literary and political life of Scotland n striking personality with religion conviction m that expressed themselves as this extract I shows In an original nmtiiur Ho died 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. — 14 July 1910

r c II III a t 1 j I a f ROARK Furniture Wallpaper Shades Moldings i Undertakers Goods Coffins Caskets Robes Wrapper Slippers Grave Vaults DisinfectionROARK CORN AS FEED FOR HOGS Mixed With Meat Meal It Supplies All Protein Necessary For Growth The question ns to the most ocoiiom frttl wrt of fowling corn to hogs Is one Unit scorns to continue to interest a grout inthiiy people A proii rent swine riilwr snys With thc experience I kluge hind In feeding corn to hogs It has nftvnys swinwl to me that It yon merely throw nplmiy of good sound corn to the fattening hl his If they arc of n good breed mid healthy the corn will certainly be put where It will do the most good During a recent experiment compnri a sons were made in fcvding dry corn eonkod corn dry cornincnl soaked cornnieiil Qtly corn and cohmcnl and soaked cornand cobmeal Of dry corn it Took 450 pounds to make 100 pounds of gain and the gain was 11i pounds per bushel of corn Of soaked corn it took fi3 pounds of corn to make 100...

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 July 1910

A t tl < tKJIVl 1J tI MI Record AdvertiJing Costs Nothing NothingI I It pays for itself The investment is I sure of returns Get our rates m t Dear in mind that Roar k arkI has splendid selections of I wallpaper in stock ready for deliv I I ery and sample books of the finest papers madewhich can be procured on short notice after selection Old papers for sale at this office r NO 270 TWOINONE We ship al1 vehicles Direct from our Factory Co 0 D to Consumer rulijcct to examination awl npprovalonaodiys ti ce trial H isof the srcavt importance to the ftfatio Hit gv Hnritws Co to have every one who derls villi us a Ill ass l niul SatisfiiHj CiiKlumer No t ffoi t issls > otcd to rtaVc each MiipmcntMKh cxccSKtl value in quality or 1 naterlaf workirtnishin firi h nr < l Kyle H i Vehicle thnt ifwill be a Jjlstiiid Ahkcrui0rnciU 1b l5 llgslnYOhlctSr return Ir te 11 e I 0t hV sellinKyou an honestly made Muggy pr at prccles5thc ijHfiiinn tufts you wilj I Vccp nmcnd pity Booils RI your tic...

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 July 1910

t w t4 Q IHE REtORD I Au Iudepefident Newspaper runitenE r Tl1rmlUATII nT RfCOllD fllfSSI OWE RICE KICEPrtxrtrtent OmEN L ItOAUK Secretary 1 ORIENT L ROAKIC EDITOK LongDistance Telephone No 72 Oflluc In now nnnex renr of store ground fluor 50 CENTS PER YEAR IN ADVANCE TERMS The snliscrlptton price of the paper In paya bio in advance and when the time nan expired to which It IH paid the paper will be stopped OattU of thanks oblUmrv notices ete1C not longer limn ten tines will IMS published free A charge of Sc per nut will be made for mcced Inclines No variation of this rule to anyone Free sample copies will be mailed AdvertUemcntK will be Inserted A rate card will bo furnlMUetl on nnuext pddres all eommu > Itatiuus and make all re mlttwnocs payable to KKCOUI PltFtty Grcenvlllot Ky THURSDAY JULY 2111 = JCntcred at the Greenville Ky poaloOlcc nil eccon class matter SOMB former opponents of postal savings banks feel already that they would not do without those clever little contrivan...

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 July 1910

tta 1 f t l r d CAKE hot biscuit hot bread pastry are lessened In cost p and increased in quality and IncreasedI 1OYAI I alciiig Powder Bake the food at home and save money and health m II I G R R LOCAL TIME CARD I ° MOUTH BOCKD o 123 HO Ixtulsrllle Express < ll23a m 102 Cincinnati Express 154 pm ini Louisville Limited 408am 130 Central Cltynccom 715 pm 0SOOTnDOOlCD NO a 135 Paducah and Cairo neeom515nm 121 Fulton Accommodatton1240pm 101 New Orleans Special 340pm 103 N O Spec Louisville paswr only 120 am M Tune 5 1010 w d0atwranD Agt I O a ttO tl FAITH i BY GEORGE SANTA YAND a George Santayattd who U assistant profes 1 sor of philosophy at Harvard was horn at Madrid Spain Dec 16 1B63 and b of Spanish Spanishdescent descent ne watt educated at Harvard tier lin and Cambridge He was appointed Hyde 1 lecturer at tbe Sorbonne Paris tire yearn ago and Is the writer of many poem as well as of I certain books on philosophy r 0 World thou cbooaent not the better parts It Is not wisdom to ...

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 July 1910

1 4 < 0 f tyiwa f 1 avid II t1 Aj It 1 r 11 H > t ROARK Fvirniture W lIp at per Shades Moldings 1 j i Undertakers Goods Coffins Caskets Robes Wrapper Slippers Grave Vaults Disinfection ROJt v > rii > J 1 t 1 1 VomausWoddr VomausWodd Mrs Lionel Marks Victor In 1 jShA kespare Thc1tcr Contest 1 lat qtll a no bo or AS by UIW 31AUES WINNin OP 1500 lJUZPII Josephine Preston Peabody who Is fclrs Iilouol Marks of Cambridge Mass IB tho winner of the jirlo ordl c jot t 1500 Offered by one of the governors of the Shakespeare Memorial theater tI nt Stratford onAvon for the best play of submitted for production nt the Ihdn II a tor I torSix Six hundred mid fifteen plays were 1 sent to the reading committee whichleI selected two which were submitted toI I I the Duke of Argyll whose decision Is t in favor of Mrs Marks play entitled I A t The 1ipor It deals with th old 4 to story of the Pied Piper of Hntuellu h 1 The play Is to bo produced on Inh of 5 when according to the conditions 0 ...

Publication Title: Record, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The record. — 28 July 1910

7 < r I I Ii II I a I J i Jr I t W m 1m t8il r WtX gn JUX lcK K Record Advertiing Costs Nothing a It pays for itself The investment is sure of returns Get our rates r t I Fr < g + it l li t Hear in mind that Roark I has splendid selections of I wallpaper in stock ready for deli vII err and sample books of the finest papers tnrdc which can be procured I on short uotice after selection Miss Lena Arnold handles cut flowers and potted plants and will appreciate orders which will have best attention f to J i < 1 1 5t l 4 t A Little Good Paint in Time Saves hr Vlicn your buildings nonl jmtntlng every day + dclpy costs you money The sun rain snow and CrOft etc cctling in ihcir uroik jtmlicr coU too lauJt lu ic it decay let wont ofn link rMu > < > It cods less to use Rcxxl pawl llinn In r ti + illt out it We use nothing but good potAl tat out pork CARTER SMelly Pure WHItS LEAD Pure LinoccJ Oil Pure TurpojUnc and the moil expensive colors Tlic kind of paial wott c never cra...

Publication Title: Record, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The record. — 28 July 1910

Y y r t EI t s 2 THE RECORD An Independent Newspaper punLII1I1J TnUnllUAYII B1 RECORD PRtSS OlYBM KICKrreultlent Pre ldent OBIKX L 1t0AnxI ORIKN L ROARK EDITOR LenA Dfstence Tfltpbeae Ra 72 tJlMce In new annex rear of store ground floor 50 EMS PER YEAR IN ADVANCE TERM The subscription price of the paper In para ble in advance and isjien the time nan expired a to which U IH pnld the paper will be stopped Cards of tbanksobltuanr notices etc if not longer thnn ten HnV will bepublUhe yree A charge of 60 per line will be made for succeed Q Ilug lines No yarlatten of this rule to anyoM Freru mple copies will be mailed Ail YertlwmwUH will be Inserted A rate card will be furnished on request Address commmilcatlonn and rak nil reo DilttancCs payable to RECORD PitFSS GreenTllle Ky THU1SIAY JULY 28 Ill r = Entered at the areenrllle Ky postofllce as seoon4cla ft matter TIIKV have found a diamond weighing 191 carats in a South African mine and the announce ment will probably drive a lot of > ...

Publication Title: Record, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The record. — 28 July 1910

t 1 1x fJ4i < L 1t t 1I 1 + If it 4 < Y 1 r Absoluie PUZ o Royal Bmkfnff Powder Improve the flavor na atfstoth andaaFdatofhshalthfulrwas hmmlthfulnvs hmmlthfulnvsofthofood of the food ROYAL BAKING BAKINGPOWDER POWDER IIIIIt Absolutely Pure L Co R R LOCAL TIME CARD NOllTU ROUND 123 NO Louisville Express 1155am 103 Cincinnati Kxprcaa 151 pm 101 LoulHTllle Limited 408 am 130 Central City nccom 715 pm BOOTH BOUND NO 135 Paducah and Cairo aceom51S am 1 121 Fulton AccommttilatluaM 101 New Orleans Splclnl 340 pm 10310 Spec Louisville par only 120 am June 5 1010 WaCnAvrroitu ARt a c8 1tQ < TEMPTATION o BY SAMUEL COLERIDGE One of the most glued men In the hlstorj of English Letter Samuel Taylor Colcrldpre was wnltborn London July 25 ISM Celebrated JIM a pool critic and philosopher hi wnst n checkered career He left Cambridge In IfDI without earn lag a degree but four year Inter he went to Germany to study philosophy at kilt tngen For some time he nerved Iu orcrnnient i > o jdslee...

Publication Title: Record, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The record. — 28 July 1910

f a t 0 a c < 4 Y 1 i b t w j f + 4 9ui t I If ok CO C + Ir ftoARK7Furniture WJIpwper Shades Moldings Undertakers Goods Coffins Caskets Robes Wr pper Slippers rave Vaults Disinfection ROARK I t THE PANAMA HAT It was 01II What Came of a Glimpse of the and Initials on the Inside J kll ° Cy HARRIET LUMMIS SMITH spite t > > iht 1909 by AwoctalMl Uttrary f1Cti I lttU ts GtMiPvlevo tilt on tlctk thc t + II J > un limit In the imimuw lint glniKctl rllll r iinr his shoulder In her dlrlt Inn nu Ttiii with w > n r liig Mlitrrtty Iw vl vhirlctl about ami tltu mlthl fcinovnl lU ii the pntmnui roreoletl a hell uluiprd C brcrl and close oropiHnl dark hair ro vMih clung through ninny vicissitudes 1 to an unmistakable tendency to curl of 1 As the molting dew vanishes under tt t5r fierce nays of the mldSununer sun I II HO the young mans expression of joy his I fill animation dlsnppcured when met sc 4 liy iioiipvletes clitlly stare Ills lower sll jar dropped The color mounted from Irl ...

Publication Title: Record, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The record. — 4 August 1910

fr r lltIJloII JI3i Record Advertising Costs Nothing It pays for itself The investment is sure of returns Get our rates llXIIXIXnca 1 UtJIXIJCXIwJnomvl Bear in mind that Roar RoarkI has splendid selections of 1 t Singularities Difficulties of the Chinese language were ably demonstrated when the problem arose of adapting it to te legraphy How was it possible to J apply the Morse alphabet to a lan 1 guage which hasno alphabet at all but consists of nearly 44000 charac ters Then it was impossible toi treat Chinese phoneticallywriting J down the sound of the Chinese words in European letters and translating t them into Morse dots and dashes because no such system could deal with the Chinese niceties of intona r tion The ingenious solution came from a Danish professor Me sim ply codified the 7000 commonest I Chincsp characters representing t each by numerals Thus the Chinese word for cash became 6030 in the code and the operator had only to 1 send the code signal for that 1 According to ...

Publication Title: Record, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The record. — 4 August 1910

t t < CRDR J J + VyV IV WN4M M4 I41r 4MnMA An Indcpllltlcnt Newspaper t jJf POWNKD T lVINUAT BT RECORD PRESS cI 00 P ct ire udent OBttx L RoC UOAUKSecretary RoI = = = = Oicnx L ROAJOC EDITOR it < = = LoagDItce Telephone No 72 OI iu unc Mmcx rc r of more ground Hour C = a r = r HITS KB YEAR IN ADYAKCL In c = = = = c rBRZ1 ° i > tlon price of the pnper IN pays ° rr t i IK sad wfien the tlnn > tins xplrnl we t II paid the paper will be Htoppcd rnk oMtunrv mitlftH ett It not cl < iii line will IH published free A Mr line will be made for succeed V N > > variation of this rule to nnyop o I lr copier will br tnniled I riuU will l > e needed A rate card at ttrdon n4I noMt to i i ooNiiHnMlcniloiiK Ilnd innltr nil reo pAo Me to TtXtRn PRESS ttrecnI11 ly = c = TlilRSDAY AUGUST 410 of II = = r E td ti the OrcvtiTlll Kjr jioetolUcc as m eeoud > e1it matter t < r In ci ill photography is now ap jiml to surgery An nutochrome list 1 = taken ot the diseased con lition ...

Publication Title: Record, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The record. — 4 August 1910

4r i 1 1t I JI I JIII II IIIc 01 11 dY a iiJJ w i i CARDy I Konru noCHD 122 KO Louisville Express llS5nm I 102 Cincinnati Kxpress > 154pm 101 LrtuUvllIf Ltatltcit40 Im 138 Central City necomrr > 715 pm I SOUTH BOUND I NO 133 Faducah and Cairo necom515Itn 121 Foftunaeuommodatlnn12lOpm lot New Orleans Special 340 11m 103 X O Spot I Lonl + vllle pnssr only r 120 am f June 6 1010 WGCn w ronDAjt y OCa tO I 1 THE HIGHER PANTHEISM BY ALFRED TENNYSON Xel to Browning Tennyson wan the great t brllr eJfI r est religions poet of tin last century in Eng land and fur the larger number of persons he exercised greater Inllncncc for hip thought la tiHuiilly clearly expressed Ierhnpn this Is I not strange shove he wine the non of a country alcrgytnan at Komcrby Lincolnshire II I The 1110 the moon the Mar the neat the I hills and the plains Are not these 0 Sonl the vision ot him who d reigns 1 t Is not the vision hot tho he bo not that which he seems Dreams nrc true white they last and do we r n...

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

r i a L w 6 r it t4 t t47L t m ROARK Fimittire W llp per Shade Moldings 1 > j c Undertakers Goods Coffins Caskets Robes Wrapper Slippers rave Vaults islnec ionJ 9 1 I i GOOD WATERING TANK Stockman Suggests One of Concrete That Is Servicable and Durable One llilngnecessnry on n well reg ulated farm Is a good watering tank for the stock Many farmers use no judgment and build their tanks of y wood and In a short time they find thorn almost useless and arc compelled to go to the espouse of building others making the proposition a costly one Now as this is expensive why not I construct one of concrete It can I be hnd at small cost nod Is very 4Idnrable In nil kinds of weather A to I well known stockmnn gives the fol J lowing Information regarding the con j 3 11 CONCRETE WATEIUXO TAKE i i A IIOUXD II struct Ion of n round concrete tank It can be made any size desired Is eas ily built and moat satisfactory as UlltI orals can surround It and drink with j out troubling one another To buil...

Publication Title: Record, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The record. — 11 August 1910

0 a J h 1 j IiuI UCIiNn XJI1JCXlX m 1t tIiIt Record Advertiring Costs Nothing It pays for itself The investment is J sure of returns Get our rates I DNUCIXlXiJJm i li 1CIlJIiXIXl DQ mt w z I A Little Good Paint in Time Saves When your building nerd painting every dnY1 delay costs you money The sun rain snow and frost ore getting in their work Lumber cods too int Ji to let it decay fat wont of a little paint It costs less to use good paint than to 50 with out it Wo use nothing but good paint on out norL CARTER Slridlj Pure WHITE LEAD Pure Linseed Oil Pure Turpentine end thb most expensive colors The kind of paint we use ncycr cracks or alls talcsonly years of wear will remove it art u figure with you when ready to paint Wt > arLatee6ntdau and durable Joh 1 C mi l J H HAYES Painter and Interior e e Decorator = = Telephone No 254 254SerIous Very Serious It is a very serious matter to ask for one medicine and have the wrong one given you For this reason we urge you in buying to be ca...

Publication Title: Record, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The record. — 11 August 1910

k Z y a t Ir t1 ol THE RECORD e 1 An independent Newspaper m riTDLIsnCD Tllun DATA RT st RECORD PRESS the OOTSN RICK President Onisx L nOAn Ec Secretary I m = = ORIKN TV ROAKK EDITOR the LonaOlstancc Telephone No 72 Qjllot tn new nniio rcnr of store ground floor 1 d 50 CENTS PER YEAR IK ADVANCE n TERMS si The subscription price of the paper In payski en nflt d ki 1dr in advance and when the time has expired to which It U paid the paper will be Mopped of Card of thanks obituary nl1lh fIltl1f not longer than ten linen will lit published free A h ohumv of 60 per line will be made for KnCCf d Inlt floes No variation of thin rule to anyone J Free sample copies will be mailed All ortilemelltK will be Inserted A rate card will be furnUhed on request Aililrotm allcommtiMlcatlonM and make all reo rutttanaes payable to lU COUP PRESS Greenville Ky THURSDAY AUGUST 11111 o Eucred at the Greenville Kypo tofilce as second elase matter I NEW ORLEANS is going to boom we itself for the Panama exposit...

Publication Title: Record, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The record. — 11 August 1910

k FtGVALI THE ONLY I BAKING POWDER MADE FROM ROYAL CRAPE CREAM OF TARTAR o II I c R R LOCAL TIME CARD 1 f NOHTU BOUND MO I 123 LoulsvilleExprere115am 103 Cincinnati Jprelllpm u 101 Louisville Limited < 08am 130 Central City nccotn 71ft pm 1 b SOUTH hOUND NO 135 Paducah and Cairo aceotn 515 nm 121 Fulton Accommodation IJIOpra 101 New Orleans Special 340 pm J 103 N O Spec Louisville paasr only 120 am J I JuneS 1010 WGCnxwrono Apt in I If f Oca 1XttO F a j UNSPOKEN WORDS BY JOHN II OREILLY j of h John Boyle Oltellly poet nUll newspaper Math wanderer nUll Nationalist wan tarn tit Dowth Castle County Meath Ireland June 818H he tiled at Hull Mass Auir 10 1800 In early life he served for awhile In an English d cavalry regiment but deserting he was nen tenecd to penal servitude In Australia lineal Ins thence he came to the Tutted States lrl 4ItI61I and live yean later he was editor In chief of the UoHton Pilot lie published three cal times of gongs and poems ft The kindly rrord that rise...

Publication Title: Record, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The record. — 11 August 1910

y r 1 + J jo t NS J lmjo T i r A w a 4 t 1TiiI1Ti II 1 = = 7 T o 0 f l 0 e 1 0 A f R0ARK urns ure W a lIp a per Shades Moldings 0 0 < Ifrt1J o 0 ii f 0 Undertakers Goods Coffins Caskets Robes Wrapper Slippers rave Vaults D rsi 1 ec ion 1 0ARK i I i f I SMALL HOG HOUSES > They Arc a Meg isof Keeping the PJfia Healthy Until Ready For Market Since individual farrowing houses here come Into use arid proved n grcnt boon to swine breeders it has been discovered that these same houses are admirably adapted to sheltering hogs f t the year around Then Is no time of the year when they need tol > e empty The average Utter farrowed In a small house finds sutUelcnt room in It for v If inn SMALL noo HOUSE From Breeders Gazette Chicago z shelter until ready for market A house 0 by G feet will accommodate 1nsix hogs of 225 pounds weight and ten hogs of that size will easily occupy a house G by S feet l A drove of 100 hogs that Is forced at 4 night to split up into small groups to sleep is ...

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