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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The record. — 7 March 1912

Where the finest biscuit, cake, hot-breads, crusts or puddings are required Royal is indispensable. Royal is equally valuable in the preparation of plain, substantial, every-day foods, for all occasions. The only baking powder made from Royal Grape Cream ol Tartar No Mum Ho LC. fc. It. LOCAL TIME CARD. BTH tOl'XD. HO. II tyoaiorill riTi- 'inrinn.il .tmx 104 LaaUvillr Linilrd 136 Cc.lcal l'ii- aOToaiaMMlatin . V Mil T BOI'NU. IA6 rriwth .n4 4'-airo imw III KhIIob arcoaimilatiua 101 New Orlen M-rial Il.an Waa I. MS mm 12.40 p. t.40 MX.O. apre. (Luuinville paiac. vnl) ) l.ftl.i Jane . 1911. W. O. Cbawpobd. Ajrt, SON! OF FADS AND FULLS. Come, aiter. pet your books anil slate, To ncbool we must make haste Or else for civics we'll be late. And we've no time to waste! The pattern-making clat cornea next; Hrgiene is after that. Oar mnsie teacher will be vexed, She's such a cross old cat! And then I join the cooking class While yrm take milliner)': lut jryme;.'.ie neat we paws, . And dancing...

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 March 1912

i ROARK Fvirniture, Wllpper, Shades, Moldings, Undertaker's Goods: Coffins, Caskets, Robes, Wrpper, Slippers, Grtxve Vailts. Disinfection ROARK t t 6? m m. m t s t o - y KEEP THE LAYING HCNS BUSY ro.vl-. Nf.?d Exercisr. s1 A- 'h iiy am-; Proficiency Go Hard m Hand Make Tlirm Scr;ich. t'very pnnliry writer in tii. lit"! !is told his roaders day In aiul i!;sy 'ut that exercise is necessary for the well bein ard well 1oSi:k of I.iyii:? h ns. Thore Is good sense p.mhi.I va eon i'i tli's advice. While nil v. ;v k a no phty iiinkc. Jaek a ; ill ', no work and idleness ni:''.r-s h j; .1 i n a non producing loafer. Fouls m.d )lenty of exercise. When ilii'T llherty they will wander for null .-. over the fields and hunt and ilis lor ln.ss and Feeds and that is lite Iim, thy lay th. r.iort eaRs. Tile l;;:'.v hen (s rteor tli? laying hen. Ariivity ml profiei.-iicy jto hand in hand. Ii is. however, a sore trial to the ioi::;ry keepi-r to Uepp his hens artive in win ter. The tendencies are '. i'l...

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 March 1912

4 Sahara 1 Record Advertising Costs Nothing. Muhlenberg County is rich in coal, iron, timber, potter's clav, j i It pays for itself. The investment is a SetC and the most invltincr field in Ken- jjtucky for investment of capital and pluck. f flyfcTrraasanra-it- sure of returns. Get our rates. fi .. (' ' ! VOL. XIV. NO. . GREENVILLE, KY., THURSDAY, MARCH 14, 1912. 50c. PER YEAR, IN ADVANCE its IB FOR TWO HUNDRED LEGHORNS Structure Shown In Illustration Pro, d Cntlrly Satisfactory During Stvers Winter. During tit sevsr weather of last winter the bov.ee shown In tbe lllus t ration gars ua entire satisfaction, write F. T. Tiffany In Country Gentle man. In tbla house we bad 185 pullet and IS cockerels, an J had no trouble with colds as was tbe case with an pen-front bouse. Tbla bouse Is SO feet long. 14 feet wide. 10 feet blfh In front, and 5 feet high In the rear; on tbe front aids of Kbe house, facing south, are two open In Si S by 4 feet ( Inches each; these 'openings are covered on 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. — 14 March 1912

i r the nmmiK RE CORD PRESS, Om Rlr, President. Okie L. ItositK, i-Tftiiry. Okikn L.. Kuakk, ICmtok. Long-DlttM nc Telephone, Ho. 72. ortci- In new innri vfrvt if ;t'r. jttirntl fltmr. 50 ttRIS Pitt YUSl. H ASVASCf. TI'.WMS. Tie iKiriptw.i' frire f the t.- tT In r' bie Iti atai!f. hikI w-bt-n lh Htm lihnnp:r.'d to wbia ii It paiJ. the rl"-" aWp?- Cardfi of thank, obituary nctlf-, to.. If not ' uirir than tea linr. will In m-''' -'- frr. A fharinf of m. psr line will he tsiv. tVr Hiit-it-e d lagr line. Nu rtitou W this rule to auyui'. rree aataplr copte will be mailed. AdTerttaement will be Inwrted. A rate card will be f unit Led on rriuet. Addretta all eoramuti.aicii and mike all re wlttanrf- nlt v.. KK('11 l'Kl-:-S, tr-uvtie, Kr. TEl'BSDAY. MARCH U, ML 'r-.: ill .in" r.u t.lr. ii .. HtUrUce I cind-liiK Batter The total of canal excavation to February ist was 160,591. 1 So cubic yards, leaving 34.73, 199 cubic yard to be completed. This show s that about one fifth of the entire work...

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 March 1912

Absolutely Ptarc To have pure and wholesome food, be sure that your baking powder b made from cream of tartar and hot from alum. The Label will guide you Royal is the only baking powder made from Royal Grape Cream of Tartar Jo Alum No Lime Phosphate LC. ft. R. LOCAL TIME (AM). T KOBTH BOtHD. CO. ItS LonLrill Exrra II 15 am lS Cincinnati KkprriM I.M pm im LoulaTillr LImiu-d .IK an 136 Ccatral Ctly an-ommodatlua 7 IS pan oi'Ta boi-xd. a a. I Pa4raa aiH Cairo arroa VIS am 121 Faluta arrommwlalioa li ' pa 101 N Orh-aaa prrtal 1 pm IU K. O. apee. (LouiatiUe paiwr. only) I 10 am JuncS. 1911. W.G.CaiwroiiD, At. Sun rises today at 6.13; sets 6.06. Typewriter ribbons, all machines at Roark's Good morning! Had enough winter yet? Sev Coombs & Co. before you se-tt V bur beef hides. .07 S. C. R. I. Red eggs, 75c. per 15. at - Mrs. Albert Jernigan. Railroad travel is an uncertain proposition, and on public roads is almost imj-Oi-sILlc Victor machines, records and needles at Roark's. St Patric...

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 March 1912

ROARK Fvirniture, Wllpixper, Shades, Moldings. Undertaker's Goods: Coffins, Caskets, Robes, Wrapper., Slippers, Gnxve Vailts. Disinfection ROARIE I POMLTBY I AUTOMATIC HEN TRAP FiEST Enablfs Owner to Tell Which Chick en Has Laid Egg Made Vermin Proof end Safe From Rats. ; Who says poultry "raisins la not a science? A Pennsylvania rran has Just com forward with an automatic 'trap npt. by means of which the farmer tan tell which hen hi id which rpft. As the hen onteia tho Nest her weight on the floor causes Via. door to clore. When ! laya a-i cgs it rolls iown upon anotlw cpriii-o"r-ated rr-chr.nism and orens the exit door. The runway in'o whit'h thU ex it lead3 has a series cf tmnll stalls. r Trap Nest for Hens. As she passes through each tho door closes behind hex, and the cannot ro back. The next hen goes through the name performance, end her e?? rolls Into position just back of tt.it laid by I. , "-"l , ' 7 V , , " chickens with eggs and f.nd what kind ol food gives the best resul...

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 March 1912

v 1 CCC5T "Record Advertising Costs Nothing. Muhlenberg C J is rich in coal, iron, timber, potter's clay, Setc, and the most inviting field in Ken- jjtucky for investment of capital and pluck, u 5 cju? k juts Airxyire reygTHfrgyvra a a ? H pays for itself. The Investment is sure of returns. Get our rates. X VOL. XIV. NO. 7. GREENVILLE, KY., THURSDAY, MAKCII 21, 1912. 50c. PER YEAR, IN ADVANCE ' 1 4. r- i.. T7 it-. . t r--4 at A FEW NICE THINGS TO EAT 6imple Recipes That Afford Agree able Change When Appetite Become Jaded. Yellow Cucumber Take sis large jellow cucumbers, peel and cut in half, remove seeds and cut lu ileres about two inches; add to and a half bandfuls of salt and leave stand over1 night. Next morning wash off and lay pieces on cloth to dry. I'ut one quart of vinegar on to boil and add three cupful of sugar. Put In cu cumbers, few at a time, have jars ready when cucumber is clear, but not soft, then put In Jar; add some white mustard seed and seal. Pickled Onions Take ...

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 March 1912

Am I rxKLiiiHCu rai'a.nsi n RECORD PRESS, 0CN Un it. PrtNhlrnt. OkICX L. RoAKK, IClHTOK. l.ani-Clstaac Ttlvphcne A'. 72. OHot in n' nnr rnrof .iivr. r ymnrt rt"-.r. bw la ln.-'. hn l!lr timf lin rxv,p" to Ulr j it U paid, the r wit: Moi)r,. iJ. C'J . thank. aWt.iM-y m.l !. tr., u" not ,ic r Ivu liiit H, ill bo 1'i.l.l'i.hwl iri A r imxr oi i-r iiu r l!l iw uur f-r t iitwed K; :iu-. No .i ! tliimlr lo UllJOI"!. .VlTWtiwmnli wi'l i iHM'rt.'rt. A rr.trciird wili ! furnished .m rNj. Amlrr Hcmmmii'l.n.-4 nrtA tnl. U rr-muoc-r r)il' ' !'- i'K!-. .r-rwv.xr. kf. Ibl'RSCAY, SJ12CB 'X iierrd at Itaa Miwavill. Kjr.. poaluflh-e second -cla umttrr. RtTRf SFN AT 1 E CAVI ltH I., of Kansas, in bis rcrcnt rjen letter to Colonel Rooscvrlt touching on the recall of judical decisions. Rot in a solar plexus Il.i. He remind the CInel as folio; You have overlooked oni -f tr.e most important ciscs ever tried. Tilate arinitted the Christ. An appeal from I'ilate's decision was taken to the peoj le, and the ...

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 March 1912

Absolutely Ptir Llakes Home No other aid to the Housewife u to great, no other agent so uteful and certain in making delicious, wholesome foods The only Baking Powder . made from Royal Grape Cream of Tartar No Atest No Unto Phomphttfoo L C ft. R. LOCAL TINE (AM). HOSTS SOCKS. SO. its Loalavilla Expreaa h. Ciariuaati Exprraa...: KH Loalavllle Limits 1 at Ccaumi Citjr tnwMiliiUM.. oi-TS sorxD. so. Iff Padarak sad Cairo arcom Itl Puttoa aroHBBMxIaUua .11.15 . 1.61 tm . 4 . Mi pai . ( IS an .l.0 pm loi Ke Orleaaa upwial 10 M. O. apre. (Loutartlle paaar. oaljr) I.SO mm pa Job S. 1911. W. O. CaAwroBD. Agt. Sua rises today at 6.02 sets 6.13. This i the first day of spring. See Coombs & Co. ell your beef hides. before you oy Blue birds and robin red breasts are here. st Mrs. Albert Jernigan. Mrs. T. J. Morgan and Miss Marie, of Nortonville, Spent Satur day and Sunday here with relatives. Give us your order for fresh meat. Quick delivery. Coombs & Co. The court bouse clock struck Mon...

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 March 1912

ROARK FvirniCirre, VcJfosvper, Shades, Moldings. U .ker's Gocds: Coifins, Caskets, Robes, Wrapper.-, Slippers, Grve Vaults. Disinfection ROARK 1 iUvii p p 51 mi 'A I ; . 1 'i t rrw pro iiii wv-r.-? .-7 poultf.'.: . jj 1 . . . .. ( Wit I1 im ml i.-'r -v - WILD TURKEY CF Originally Native of Cent ! A U Described rs f'o.t fal In Cok-iinr;. Tre viild fpeclcs i'f fi ! lis nc Oe-l!:tted or I'ot..!.!. 1 " ;. criminally a r.n'ivf c 1' and o!h;T purls of ('; : Some dceoril.o it s:s r.r In coloring. !n:il M 1' . '. I ht-atant, if rot n :: .-. k :f Oils wild vt.ri. : . tir.d !.n lm-iift t ;;i I ; j ! : tsr'iiu !o i-f the I.o.t! 3:. ! i' ' for siu ev. l.t froi'i il c:o 1: tui Jc'-ys. Tfc eroded color of 1 1'-.:. : i fin i.".; JiJAci i liri ceo. j So Knturally and Ear:!-." jfe-Ul S: -'i p. ftrcv.en:, corr.':vj from I l' : r - ,Mrr of a I ..:.' , shows v. bat cc!:rnl-nce rc-.-.oiv-iMc rctple have . ' r l ' ri , jit tiice f A. t' "'won , -1 !. ,-- 1 :!!'( .- Ntv f 1 ! ; . r i'.'l ; :r.J 'nr Auu-i ...

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 March 1912

life 'Record Advertising Costs Nothing. Muhlenberg County is rich in coal, iron, timber, potter's clay, It pays for itself. The investment is tetc, and the most inviting field in Ken sure of returns. Get our rates. tucky for investment of capital and pluck, A I X VOL. XIV. NO. S. GREENVILLE, KY THURSDAY, MARCH 28, 1912. 50c. PER-YEAR, IN ADVANCE MAKESHIFTS FOR THE COOK D.liciou. Pure Mad From Canned Tomato Soup Ut. for Somo L.ftov.r. Canned tomato coup can masquerade at a delicious puree h It la mixed with half Its bulk of rream or milk. Sea son highly and add tbe cream before the soup la heated, aa It Is less likely to curdle. For variety, barter or cut tip spaghetti can be added. The mixture that Is left In the bot tom of the casserole after the meat has been removed can be utilized for another meat. Add about half the quantity of water, cut up dice of pota toes, and make dough balls, stewlDgr the mixture until tbe potatoes are tender. When making apple float try roast :1ns; the a...

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 March 1912

Aii Independent Newspaper. ruiamD tiu-kdit bt RE CORD PRESS, Ol II Hu t, Trviuilent. Okies L. Hoars. Okikn L. Koakk. Kditok. Leng-Piitaace Talcphone. 72. (iflft Id irw aim's rr.ir-of .lorr. (.-mind floor. 50 am PER YEV. IS ADYARCL The MiUrriptfin ?;. f It Pii rT In ly t vettivt, iih1 toii lb tiit' liifrn;r.J to j it i iaul, the -Her l:r stopped. finis of thank. obllimry ntilii. etc., if not -n.r thii leu line, m ill h )inMihl free. A cHarjre of br. per hue le trtl fir . ta in tinea. N vriaUon of thisriiSf to rb). Free Mmplerop'.ea be mnrd. AtlrertiM-meutA will le inwrte-l. A rtecrd will be furuinhed on request. Adtlrews atleomitnuil. ations ami nintie nil re a.iiacr.k,vl;et4 KiX:i:l) l'KKSS, ri uviile, Ky. TuTXSDAY. RIAFCII 2S. K12. E 3 lv re d at the C.rvrnill. K-., pchtotltt-e as second-visa mstlrr. Ir is going to cost the public more to maintain all those off.hoots of the Standard Oil Company, for their competition seems to consist mainly in each trying' to declare the largest di...

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 March 1912

ABSOLUTELY PURE Makes delicious home baked foods of maximum quality at minimum cost Makes home baking a pleasure The only Baking Powder made from Royal Grape Cream of Tartar tto Alum No Unto Phosphates I.C. ..10IIIMIUIU. KOHTB BOCID. lit Lonirtll CxprriM II iim Kdl'iaM-taaati Knprmtt 1.51 pm i Lnuimrtll. Uuitu-d 4 IN Kin 1M Central l ily M-ronaiuditlioB MSp" torra sousd. tat PadiM-ak alH Cairo mmtm IMS 131 KiiIuhi iwruannudatloa It pm HH Krw OrU-aa H-ril 40 pm I0SN-O. aprc. Loullll paiMT. only I.SUam Janet. 1911. W.O.CaaWroaD, Agt. The bad weather brought a good crowd here to court Monday. See Coomba & Co. ell your beef bidea. before you o 27 Make your arrangements to be in town April 10 atf3 meet that special firtrtrr? trail at the depot. " Gi.x as your order for fresh meat. Quick delivery. Coombs & Co. Mr. and Mrs. Carlisle Kiripatrick and child are in Drakesboro on a short visit to the family of Mr. J. C. 1 laden. See the finest line of baby cabs and carriages ever shown ...

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 March 1912

ROARK Furniture, WaJlpixper, Shades, Moldings. Undertaker's Goods: Coffins, Caskets, Robes, Wrapper, Slippers, Grdtve Vailts. Disinfection ROARK ROMANCE IN THE HOME INABILITY TO DETECT IT CAUSE OF MANY MISERIES. Domestic Duties Never Appear to Bo ' Mere Drudgery When the House i wife Goes About Them in the Proper Spirit. The dullness of domestic life Is ono lof the commonest complaints uttered by a certain type of the modem wo man. She chafes at the daily task, the common round. To her It seem that the four walla of her home far take of the character of a prison house and that all the romance. tUs pleasure, and the interest of life lie outside. Within he finds only drudgery and sordid conditions. She awakes in the morning with a sigh, contemplating the dreary duties. She seeks her rest at night, bored and wenry with the tedium of a day's domestic toil. She envies the woman who works in the wider world, who mixes with men in the mart, who carvi s for her jself a career, and who is fr...

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 April 1912

"Record" Advertising v . -V Muhlenberg County jx' R Costw Nothing. g It pays for itself. The investment is J! ' sure of returns. Get our ic$, H m k. Jr K n K SK X ij.l XKVrt i K MH X-"JJ I' J ( t is lich in civil, iron, timber, potter's clay.. jr.i'tc., ami tin; mo.st inviting field in Ken- jjtiicLy t-jr investment cf capital and pluck. 5 .. . x;e-..::Vi.j: :. yj: s v a .a hOlS x :x rSiiX 1 1 VOI XIV. NO. ?. r.ur.r.N villi-., ky., iiuksday. a run. i. vm2. 50c. PER YEAR. IN ADVANCE RAISING THE HONEY rCf'3 S3Ut IS BKSr WAV T ) KAY rort good so. Mrs. EF7 OHTS OF "JEN MiSDIfitCTED i- o in ;,.'a tn Ii i i- a,i frr.ti t'. tor I: : i-.I i vnxi-'ie l i j " l ,f'"i i r '.i;;i' im.'I i.,-: i llt'-l'l ; .I.U-'i 4. 1' II il. I.lalll Flllt'il of roail, .l'ir!i 1 to ho iv-mio.l frniii . . r i to .Mi ;il n ijtir li'Vi vriU it'ie ! tv -j ii ;.. irt t:i- t.i. u ;!ui a l.iir I'nviiii'l if birl 'I l:ot is re n i ic.id . :i. i.: Iv, '-i::y u: thirty e-;r 1 shoalil hr fkei. I'l (V. JUi't U.lM'N J'l.li :...

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 April 1912

Au Independent Newspaper. . rrauHKi tHrnxin m : RECORD PRESS, Oak Hint. Okiim L. Kiimii, brt-rrlarj. OtflKN L. KoAKK. llITOK. Long-Olstenee Telephone. Na. 72. Offlrr In nrriwnri r-r of stwn, frroimH floor. Ptii YEAR. IS ADVAKCL 4 M S will be wise to reverse the rule, and learn it by heart. In case of burns, fill the bath with warm water, add ing salt in the proportion of a teas poonful to a pint of water, and hold the child in it, clothes and all, until the doctor arrives. i VTrntt'M 7 Th niVlWoa 4iot Mi' i'ikir4s w Mr in .l!in- lr ln-n " UBi ii:""-P1""' lo wht. jit iaaid.Wir ppprrwtU "topp 4 . -i-.Ii-f laanka. oIHiVry Hollers, rtr .. If sot inm-r a lin". ill ! iiilUtbMl frre. A rhann-oCSr. mt Itnf ! niwl- iVrmu'ifril in it liui-J No rariativii ( IninriiJe wiciyuW. Fr.r samftF Aptr kIM t ia'.l-J. A:n-rtirmiitN m ill I insrrU'd. A rate rard will in f urm-ht1 oa nim't. A '.lrt".H aM.-moaniKirttions aol makr all r-a.itiu-raU! : . l:KO JI I UB. .iiiTtll Ky. - Till BSD AY. APRIL 4, W2. E...

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 April 1912

BAGQD3 Absofuteiy Puro Economizes Butter, Flour, Eggs; makes the food more appetizing and wholesome I The only Baking from Royal Grape I. (. R. R. LOCAL IIMf CARD. fc.tKTM KO NP. I 2 litita 1 1 le I k !'.. it 4'iin'iniinti T'"h IM niMillf Limit.) laitilViitral 4 it v at.-tuiiiil.iiiii IMII TM . I XS rlu-ah and 4'niro im . . 121 fr'tiltmi -uiiml.-iiHii 0 Nem 4H--mii sih-i1 it am I.M fill 4 i mm inn X.4 im JuueS, IVll. W.U.CiAvroio, Art Sun rises today 5 41; sets (1.26. . - Next Sunday will be Kastcr. Typewriter ribbons, all machines at Roark'a Good morning! for Master? Are you ready There is some evidence spring has at last arrived. that Flowers for Easter can be had from .Miss Lena Arnold. All kinds fresh an;, salted meats Miss l-eoa Arnold was in Madison ville the first of the week, with her sistei Mrs. I- K. Littlepage. On account of ashouts on the I. C. near McIIenry, trains on the I. C. last Saturday were detoured through Owensboro between Central City and f -ouisvillc. Fish Wed...

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 April 1912

e i 4 i I i - "i - r3 J . r '4 -4 ""I ' ; i v) -f I". if CvJ'.S, Rob'-:i WvrM;-::i, Slippers, Sc-nvc VavHs. Disinfection -ROARK .;; .'is- ."- ,sv ' .11- V .f- f1.' ,' -Tit x 1 i V V: '.' -3 " ? fe. ..; .i - . .'... 1 h.'-ViV ; i' li; :-:r "i y..:rr, r.v. the finv; ri;,ht . t ... 4 . ..r iiitjv-':i:, 1. ' ... .- f ji 1 U .i ii:.; ' . t II.-. . . I': Tv.. 1 J 1.1 rri, I ;.',( I, . ; . , .!. .. i '. : i . . . . t , ;:) . 1- . ' . ! : !'.. i t! l: ! l' . . . t . i ii .iv :..-. .- : ' . ' . ' ; . I . - :.M .s.,..,-.:!;. . . Hi- ... i ! r- i . .v: v. '.1 ; . i : ' v ; :m::M! . .: '. si":', t :.: ' ' . ''! til ' ' : ' : ,: i' rii . . ii i : '' wc-rd.-: " .! i-. v . r.- . . c-x'i ';:. : iti r r : i: ili.'M.y :!' !h ;!i i;:. . . .- ii1' ;i .! i't ii I Ikm i. i' t '.'! ! ..: cl -.c t , . ! ; . !. i lli'il'o v. I- ;itv il . . ..i-.. 1 i c j v.:y ;'... i: v.. imv..'.:--.-!,-!!'.iY c- iiu I . ( fi r i ! :tir Cv'.'j":-. v.'.-iir-i?; Kith the ht$i "r. -1 -I li'.i.l v :;ii:;u- .-.i !.! i-.!-'.v: ti...

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 April 1912

"SSS3DSS83 Muhlenberg County ! 1 ? f ' t . Costs Nothing. Jg It pays for itself. The investment is f is ncii in coai. iron, iimoer. Doner s ciav.u Vetc, and the most invitinr field in Ken-i tucky for investment of capital and pluck. 8 5 sure of frhirne. fit mil r.ifc. !u VOL. XIV. NO. HI. GREENVILLE, KY.. THURSDAY, APRIL 11, 1912. 50c. PER YEAR, IN ADVANCE FOR ROAD BUILDER!) SUGGESTIONS TO HELP THE IN EXPERIENCED IN HIGHWAY CONSTRUCTION. .FIRST STEP IS DRAINAGE Gt Water Off an Away From Road as Quickly a Possible Weerta and Sod Make Trouble Proper Use el Gravel. By HOWARD H. GROSS. It la r.ot (lvrrstaiine. the fact to Mr thrt thrce-Civii-ths of ilie mn .-harefd with thn r.xjioiisiliiliiy of building and r.kir:riK t roads t-onntry ov.r, know very lit tip almiit the mih-j-ct; they have pot had the lifjnwr liiK experience or ev-n the practical exferlfnce hwbshvj ; lln-y hiive sim ply followed their reieressorR fend they do what the follow before them d d. In the inoK'iiin( for better 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. — 11 April 1912

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