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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The record. — 16 May 1912

BaMmtf AbsoIuteljrJriire Where the finest hiscuit, 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 of Tartar No Alum No Ume Phosphates L(. B. K. LOCAL TIME CARD. fcoKTM BOI'KII. HO. ItS loutMrill ir littClnHminti Kivti m liuivill LiuiittNl J6 Oulrl City ntiuiiMlHiin VO. LIS Pari!, an I Cat asui... . 1 1 tS a m . 1.M m . I Warn . s.i: i un S.I. an 121 Fuluin af-tftMniiMMlatHMi 15.40 tn IOI N (trlraa iav-ial $.40 pm 1U3K.O. t (LuuUviUr phht. only I.SOatti JnoeS. 1911. W.O.CmavpoRD. Art. We have a tic postmaster, all See Coombs & Co. before you tell your beef hides. 027 The cold spell brought a heavy cirp of blstlltuy blooms. - liveo yourVrder for Irish meat'. Quick delivery. Coombs & Co. Some one suggests that this very modern month spells its name "Mae." - Drop in at Roark V and hear the Victrola p...

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 May 1912

ROARK Furniture, Wllpper, Shades, Moldings. Undertaker's Goods: Coffins, Caskets, Robes, Wrapper, Slippers, Grve Vaults. Disinfection ROARK & 1 1 n ; f U3e Our Name Lnpro vessels ED PLANNING FCR THE HOT C It Will Reduce Crcfrry Pill Consider ably This Spring Kansas Way Is One Good Suagrsticn. Fetter think uliimt inal.iiu: th't hot bed for curly radis-hes and h-rni'i. I' loesn"t t fin. Ii. and It ill !: : the grocery !ill. Il.-iv i" the v..iy i.o mm -mled ly the li irli.-til'.nsiil --:ivt-inent f the Kai-stt;'. S-'tuto AsrU-.tHr.r.-il college: li(r .1 he! t' fot ' .1. .'!. :i liU!" lnrpT t!i:iii tin- i-ie of Hi" lioi bed frame. Ii' tin- lift Vvl i- t t !c l ort:i:'. uont. the ::!s 01 this Tt rluuil I If lined with 1 ri k. rtupe or cn.u nt. When n-"sili!o. ln'c :i filed or l :tJ fence on I lio iioitli j-'de f l!i'" bed. It will t:ikt less ii'.Mimv t- lif.it the FOil. Pill tWH l'l'Ol llf Wivt i!l!.-l It.' 'i horse ii;;:iure i:i the linY. tl.or ousMy, i'.iul l.uiip. Ii t!. "" tir.ro...

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 May 1912

3 Muhlenberg Cotititv Costs NotHltig. O 3 $ is rich in coal, iron, timber, potter's clay. getc, and the most inviting field in Ken- J tucky lor investment of capital and pluck. I P It pays for itself. The investment is jjjj r sure ot r.trns. Get our rates. m I ' VOL. XIV. NO. Hi. GREENVILLE, KV., THURSDAY, MAY 2;, 1912. 50c. PER YEAR, IN ADVANCE THE RATE TO CHICAGO REDUCED. TOTI? TFITC TfM7 TTTT. Monon Route Announces New Schedule of Fares One Way and Sound Trip. in. mEM , ,i.i'r .v"- ii ' '"-v ii .-k- WSl V i It I'M, 1 a i f "1 c WM.A.RADFORD '-for' Mr. William A. Knilfunl will mvr-r ! QueKtiona ami Kit nl I. I'ltKK OK ' COST on all milije. li. ixrtnimiiK tn Hit! aubject of bull.linc. for t lie r.a.lrn of tliia ! aer. On a count f lila (!. eip ri-n.e j aa Kdttor. Author ami Manufacturer, lie. la. without iloiiht. Hi lil.:liet amhorily on all the atihjecta. A.l.lre all Inquiries to William A. Hadford. N.. 17i W.-rt Jackaon boulevard, t'liieairo. 111., and only scloaa two-cent atamp ...

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 May 1912

ihe &mm, Vll llltit-lK'llllt'tlt Nt'VH:iHT. ri KLiiirn tiu umhi t RE CORD PRESS, Oats Ku , Prepotent. Oaick L. Itoiits. Okikv Ij. Koakk, KlMTOk Lang-OUtance Telephone. No. 7: orHee in nt-w untie irtiritf slor;, irrmmo1 rloo 50 am pejiyIar. a ADVANCE. TEW.MS. The ul4riptin pric of Hie ia-rltpnja-bl in mlTatii', mill whrn the t'tni htis i.ra- to wtoit-U it i I'aul, the t.Mr ill Ik iliprd. Cn1f f thank, obituary not rtv., if out 1 tnirtr than tn litis, will Ik niltlthel free. A rharjre of .V. i'r line ill h mat fir iu-ee Sa lop line. No variation of t ut! rule tu auyon. Kree Matnpte copien will t m ailed. AdrertitMtmknt ai'I tee inserted. A ratroard will be furnished oo request. Andres all em in it mention ami imke all re tUneet payable to KKl'Kl I'lfrSS. ifenvillr, K v TRIBSDAV. MAY 23, ML Bat-Fred at lb tirrrnTtllr, Kj .. po.-iofiw m C4Bd-rla-iH tnattrr. Ci.. I'tKVAX, who has sail that he would not accept another noni tnation, now lias a conspicuous pie cedent for hanging his min...

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 May 1912

nil r. wi w nrvi i ifnnaimrr' iita Absolutely Ptird Makes Home Baking Easy No other aid to the nousewife is so great, no other agent so useful and certain in making delicious, wholesome foods The only Baking Powder made from Royal Grape Cream of Tartar No Alum No Lima Phosphates I. C. ft. ft. LOCAL TIME CARD. r IS LmtUrili FxiNfr 1 1.2. a in 'inriunatl Kiprv I.M m KM UmiMviitr Limit! 4.W am IJAOutral City accouianMlMtiiHi I.l&pm Mtl'Ta BOt'KD. is. I3W rltipsh iH I'airo aiiSMti S.I Sam ISI KulWn sMtniMHMlMi Hn 13 to m l N OrOan- fp-fal 3. m liKX S. O. wf. Loiiiri11r aMr. itl I 1.9 am June. I I'll. W.O.CftawroKD, Apt. Sec "!Snat Shots" at ihc coutt house Friday night, Mav 31. . . Koads are btinj; temporarily im proved in almost all sections of the county. See Coomb & Co. fLp4r beef hide. before yon 1 ' OJ7 i Good Morning! Lot your corn planted yet? - Neither have w. Give us your order for fresh meat. Quick delivery. Coomhs & Co. The law against the public drink ing cup bec...

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 May 1912

ROARK Furniture, Vadlpjs.per, Shades, Moldings. Undertaker's Goods: Coffins, Caskets, Robes, Wrapper.-, Slippers, Grave Vaults. Disinfection ROARK fif & ' t & & & & & & & t Sj &ji&t VIMf 11 ill ml 1 will hi DIFFICULT TO RAISE TURKEY: Overfeedirt and Vermin Among Pri: cipal Causes of Mortality Chick en Heiia Poor Brooders. r.y a. r.i, w.:!;i-:i:, Ohio ) Turkey hen.'. a a rule, lay tl "!r rpsa on tlie prouixl. As l!uy lv-jin I lyinar very .v.riy In ttte ?v:i:;on. it is best (O IVItUIV? tllt lf"-.i ftolll U;o np;.t :oon .".Iter lixy f'o laiil. i'".d r.-placo tlictn with I'cn rev.-. Ho careful mi Id Id :i turkey licit top you lic.ir tin' i-A. ln-ciir.o i.m leys :ire very cr!ii:Ti..r ft ml 1 t:l ; li.fnnMon. Wr:oi the c;-;- npil pluco 1,1 'o'-cn ni'f layer liivji. They should 1 1 tirno.l can-fully, every Jay until p!-icril lor h.itcliii;;- Turkey ccs will keen iu pio;l comli lion for Tl Jays vlicn eared for in tills manner. V::X it Is never julvisa...

Publication Title: Record, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The record. — 30 May 1912

"Record Advertising B . Coats INotHing. 9 3 Muhlenberg County j3 is rich in coal, iron, timber, potter's cla, wetc and the most inviting field in KetV Jtucky for investment of capital and pluck. jf It pays for itself. The investment is jS sure ot returns. Oct our rates. )t VOL. XIV. NO. 17. (;ri:i:n villi:, ky., Thursday, may so, 1912. 50c. PER YEAR, IN ADVANCE 1 EXCELLENT UTILITY HORSE FOR GENERAL FARM PURPOSES Whlli Med lam -Sized Animal Con Do Heavy Work In Pro portion to His Weight. Yet He Is Unf it for Anything Else On of Medium Weight Is Best tor Agricultural Work. J " A good type of farm horse. This stallion and a standard-bred mare. Has fine action and spirit and is heavy enough for all general work on the farm. 1 (Br J. II. BKI.U Virginia I The heavy draft has his place, so does the diminutive pony, but neither of these extremes In horseflesh fills the bill for general use on the farm. One horse on our place, now In his twenty-third year, was practically sound after ninetee...

Publication Title: Record, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The record. — 30 May 1912

THE RECORD An Independent rinUKUiu tru st Ovix Km k. Pnriirnt. OhTlKN Id. KoAKK, KlUTOK, Long-Olstenee Telephone. No. . in ii nuiifx rear of st.Hf. i'innl rt 50 (HIS P1RUAR.I1 ADVAJKf Ti:UMH. Thr ulM-riitin ri-c ' lli- wr Is aa tl III iwltailrr. "! ll-tl ! liw hapiid to whi. a it is .Hi. llif inrr will U- KUrd. Card of thank, ohitimrv not . etr., if uot 'niriT thai! Wn lint-i. will I"- liliMlHliril ! A -hrrrof ixv rr lilir will x- uiuiV furMuwo liiir liurs. No variatiuu of ihi rulr lu snyoi"!. Krf MampV rtui will lr niailfit. A'lYrrtiM-mi-uiN will lr iiisrrtt-.l. A ral--arl will l fiinii.ibrd on n-.)Ut. A.Mr alU'iimmiiiiM'tttHMis im1 nke all re nun.npaytli r in l;K -UI) I-HKSS. tri-nviltr. Ky. TELBSDAY. MAY 30, 1912. Entered at the Orernville. K .. iHiUiflit'e aa foolid-4'lMMM matlrr. (hi: San 1 ranisco man has sued another for stealing his wife, asking f i oo.coo damages. And yet women (resist in declaring that men do not value the in highly! A 1 iiun note declares that striiics ai...

Publication Title: Record, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The record. — 30 May 1912

I - 1 wl " ! . - i t 'I .1 '.1 i . ; -4 . I 4 '. . M - Absolutely Puro Economizes Butter, Flour. Eggs; makes the food more appetizing and wholesome I The only Baking from Royal Grape L (. It. R. LOCAL TIME CARD. 15 MIRTH -. LouiMvUtr lvHtr flufinniiti Kn"- LtlllrlH Umitnl IVnlral atimniMlaifiin . Kirra hm. . lis H KM IW an. KM 1(0 J . I l.e am . I M pin . Hum r.riilca and Cairo icom am Fulton afTominoilarion 12. o pin Vr (Mtrbo t-iMl im Si.O.upcc. tLmiifctille iawM. otilj ) I3l'anl uneS.1911. W.S. CllirotD, Atft. DECORATION DAY. (May 30. 1912.) Leave a flag on some grave today. Though you loved the blue or (he gray; Bot h were right their best they gave. This our tribute to the brave Leave a flag on some grave today. Leave a rose on some grave today. Though he wore the blue or the gray; The wounds were healed with a Nation's tears. Aiwl h- -9tr Jim Jicd with the passing - rca'S c a on some grave today. , Harry M. Dran. This is Pecoration day. Pay your taxes today, or pay 6 per cent ...

Publication Title: Record, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The record. — 30 May 1912

0 - - - ... . - - - " " - T U " - l . jLailiuiiu ROARK Furniture, W&Jlpper, Shades, Moldings. Undertaker's Goods: Coffins, Caskets, Robes, Wrapper., Slippers, Grve Vaults. Disinfection ROARIJ POIIJM P. t : ass .?&z-i I intehest boys in poultry No Part of Farming Thst Is Mor Fir cinatiirtj to Avcrsj Youth Than Care of Cliictcns. '.: K.Tiii:iiii; a. i;i:i.n:.-.) There is no ivit of liiin.ii.,; more fiiri ninth;,; to I ho av. rnpe hoy tii.in 1h care of ;,liiy. At the sump tune there Is ni ttrancli that offers hint a bettor ch;inoe of success. Tito equipment ned not i-.i -t much, pnd, ill fact, li'Oi.t of the ne .ied o-k'i and fixtures can lie btiiit by ali:m: t Silver Wyandotte Hex pny ambitious boy v.ilh very little ex penditure outside of liis own work. Then a small outlay for errs or a trifle larger one for s'ocU, end lie is ready for rui-lness. The ir.o.-t important eor. l.ioration Is the breed to bo Kept. It ail depend3 upon the ivwikct which will pay the best. The layers ...

Publication Title: Record, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The record. — 6 June 1912

V S PDPOWjiita: Record" Advertising 2 Muhlenberg County WostsIMothitic. j is rich in coal, iron, timber, potter's clay, 3 It pays for itself. The investment is pete, and the most inviting field in Ken .4fsurV bfreTtjrfis. oci our rates. p tucky for investment of capital and pluck VOL. XIV. NO. IS. GREENVILLE, KY., THURSDAY, JUNE , 1912. 50c. PER YEAR, IN ADVANCE THE BATE TO CHICAGO REDUCED. AW 1 SAN JOSE SCALE CAUSE OF GREATEST INJURY TO FRUIT lusect Is Said to Have Been Brought to America on PXantc Imported From China Every Purchaser of t Trees Should Insist on Certificate of Inspection by Expert j Moaon Route Announces New Schedule of Fares One War and Round Trip. (By C.I.KXN W. llKRUIfK. Miouri.) rrobably no single Insect in the' I'nitcd Slates bas been the subject of : more discussion than the San Jose ' scale, and small wonder, lor there is no Insect that Is capable of producing greater Injury to the fruit Ii;teret.t8 of our country than this one. As near' as can be determined,...

Publication Title: Record, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The record. — 6 June 1912

V 0 .-"I. ''. i - . j ' 1 :: v I': -A .7 - J! -v.. 1 V . . ;-; J.-'. V 1 . . THE RECORD. An Independent Newspaper. rtoLmucD tmmiT T RECORD PRESS, Owl Kit . President. OHIEK L. UlllHki -rf tar. Okies L. Koakk. Kiutuk. Long-Distance Telephone, Ko. 72. 5a ams rfinuft, w adyascl- io whit-, tt in atil, ihr ntr il' b Mtopprd. rrt4 t thatil;. obituary mtl.r, rto.. If uot -hr of in. r Uu will br tuftdo for wutcrtl tap linm. No TAritiou of tain rule u au op. Prrc sample roptrs will vailed. Adrrrtiwmrtit w ill be inrrtd. A rlcrd will b furoihcd on rr.jurM. Addrrsa all communlrationd and wjtkf all rr iilocra paab.r to 1(H -IU PflKSS, THURSDAY. Jl'NE 6, mi. Entered t the Orrn.lllr, Ky., pontoflU-e m erondtAii oitter. Ir looks very much lilt; the President nude a mistake in enter ing a steam roller against a broncho in a long distance rare. Cox.kkss may not adjourn until autumn. This would indicate . that Uncle Sam still has an abund tnce of spending money, for n ibody be lieves the solons are t...

Publication Title: Record, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The record. — 6 June 1912

v. $58 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 ffo Alum No I C. K. R. LOCAL IlMt CARD. t kUKTH orio. . It I.u iT 11 1- Fiprm II am I inrlunatl K-Kw I.M pm l4 Lirlllr MniD.il 4.l am 1 M Ontral l ily a-rttmniNlatioa i.tdkm nt TB lol'iu, no. IJS Parinraa anJ Cairn aitim VlSaai 1.1 FitlUMi acroraaiitriatlon It. 441 pat lol Nrw trhaD t.--iil 3.40 m lltt K. O. -pre. Louiville paaar. out) ) lam JIMS.1MI. W.O.CBAWrOBD, Afct. Victor machines, needles at Koark't. records and Lost Mare, 13 bands high, light grajr, P. H. brand on hip, bobtail. Stonl Smith, Greenville, Ky. Prof. D. R. Shaver and wife, of Waucbula, Ha.4 are here on a visit to ieitivcs anlVcniis. ,t 4 -.' M . . -r H ji 1." f- " &ee Coombs &. Co. betore you sell your beef hides. 017 Sunday will be observed as Chil dren's Day at the Methodist church, and at night the children- of the church w...

Publication Title: Record, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The record. — 6 June 1912

ROARK Furniture, W&jlp:xper, Shades, Moldings. Undertaker's Goods: Coffins, Caskets, Robes, Wrapper., Slippers, Grve Vavilts. DisinfectioROAMi & sb m hi H '4 ;Tlv-.w-r, - "t--v-v.: -j t " .. V- .; c I IIP Na e i?:te3Est boys irj poultry No Pr.rt cf Farming Tlu:t Is Wore 1" a; binalinri to Averts Vcuth Than Cir? cf Ci.ickfiia. d'y ivATT;:;i;t.vi; a. cmarj) Tl-ero Is no port r.r farming more fj.Tlnatlns to the average boy lli-in the rare of poultry. At the same time llu rp is no 1'i.vuh that offers LI:u a lc'trr rhanre of si.tvefs. Tlie equipment red not cost iiuk-Ii. and, ia fact, most of tlie needed coops ami fixtures can be built 1-y almost GlWer Wyandotto Hen. any ambitious boy with very littlo ex penditure outside cf li!s own work." T!:oa a sninll oull.iy fur or a Iriflo larger one for E!ock, and he is ready for business. The :r.o:!t i;i!r;:rtr.i:t con.sMpration 13 the breed to by k.-i-L I; ail depends upon the marhct which will pay the test. Tbo layers ars t-rUon as p,oc...

Publication Title: Record, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The record. — 13 June 1912

"Record' Advertising Costs Nothing. Muhlenberg County 1. I' J is rich in coal, iron, timber, potter's cla, :tc, ami the most inviting field in Ken-) tacky tor investment of capital and pluck. J !( pjys frr itself. The investment is S v. ' sur cf returns. Get our rates. w Z r. us :; :(S : jui:i:nviu.i ky.. im hsday, jtm: i;?, i!2. VOL. XIV. NO. ID. 50c. IEU YEAR, in advance TSE RATE TO C!i!CA(iO EfcL'l'Crp. flanon F.-iiiio Aansuiu'ss Ksw ScJicdste TESTING MILK WITHOUT USE OF SPECIAL INSTRUMENTS Process Is Described for Detect tn;; AcWciI Water or Skimmed Milk and Is More Accurate Tlian Slraplo Use of the Lnctod-EnslrtieL r Without llie Crt'iinjomcUT CliecJt. of Fares )'zy and Keund Trip, j A M M Testing Milk Without Apparatus. The following process for the detec lor cf ai:dcd water or of skimmed -'XkL in Lidi!iaryjnUJj Js jnoro pccu rie TtiLn the simple use of the lac todenstmeter without the creamome ter check. The whole test, can bo made in five minutes. The result does not show wh...

Publication Title: Record, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The record. — 13 June 1912

Me record. A u l utt'HMntetit Newspaper. RECORD PRESS, Ovis Kick. President. Obiek L. Ka. Secretary Okikx L. Koakk. Kpitor. Lcag-OUtxnca Ttlephon. No. 72, OWrr in new annri rear f atore, rroilOil floor. lukewarm 50 CHTS PER YEAR. IN ADVANCE. TUHMH. T.e euWripU.Mi prt.-enf the paper l paya ble i.i aWaiw.-. and warn the lime baepirrd to whi. i it i paid, the paper will foe atopped. Oarda of thanks, ohttiiarr notice, ete.. if not niT man tn linca. will foe published free. A e Rarer of per linr will foe ia!r for ail.-cre d n linea. No lan.lu.a of taiartllr fo ibjom. err aample rpi-a will for mailed. Adrertiement will foe Inserted. A ratecard will be furnii.hed on rciii-t. Address alleommiiBifatlona and make all re aitlanrea payable U. Ulii olill l'KKSS irecnrllle. Kr. THURSDAY, JUNE 13, 1912. Catered at the tireeorllle. Ky., poatofflce a aeeond-claa matter. Pjiimiess the coming Fourth of July will be the sanest we have had in recent ets, and when we get that day absolutely in its light ...

Publication Title: Record, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The record. — 13 June 1912

3 mm 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 Mo Alum No Lima Phosphates I t. R. R. LOCAL IIMtCARD. !1&TU BfH'KP. liniHTiltr I'Kjtrr tl.t-iam 'llH'lint.tf I Kxtr-H I. .Si pm lminilt1.inii1H4 4 IB am (Vntral t'lly a-miiiniMlatlon ..15 m h'tlTH iutrw. no. I l 121 ll Ktl I raiiurnh an 1 'airii avfom MS am KnltiMi af'!uunittattiti 15.4 pin r- Orlnnn xWi-ml 3.4" im X. O. trr. (Ltkuivtll iaiMr. onlyl l.tOatn unrVIHII. W.O.CniwroKD. Aft. The Glorious l onrih is the next red letter day on the calendar. Sec Coombs Sc Co. before you sell your beef hides. 027 If you want to fish or hunt you had better rrrre your lirrno- or :' cci i- a good sum :.. '.: yietor' rnachines, records and needles at KoarVV Trjc cool weather the latter part of last week, and want of rain com bined to put a crimp in the progress of the farmer. Cjrders for sweet potato slips will be 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. — 13 June 1912

ROARK Furniture, W&Jip&per, Shades, Moldings. Undertaker's Goods: Coffins, Caskets. Robes. Wrapper.,. Slippers, We Vaults. Dhinfection-ROARK keep tv.z LAVi; G Fowls Nf-cl t.:rcis?, r.r.d and Hrohc.cncy Go Hand 1.1 Hand Make Them Scratch. Kvery poultry uu-r in tho l.iiul lma told his reudi-m day in jiihI d;iy nut that exorcise is uecps:.:ny lor the well IioIiir and well doiiiK of laving lion. There is ko.kI siml viuuiil i ton in tbix ml.i.v. Wliilo .'ml; a. id tio lay inakeii .Inc-V a unit Imv, no vork and IdletiesN inaKtv; a roM a nnn prmlueiiiK louft-r. Fouls n d plenty of oxerclse. When Riven ili.-ir liberty they will wander for utiles over the fields and hunt and dig for Iiurs nd seeds and that is the time thoy lay the most egRs. The lazy hen It never the laying hen. Activity and proficiency po hand In hand, li is, however, a sore trial to the poult rr keeper to keep his hens active in v. in ter. The tendencies are entirely to ward Blugsifhncss upon ihe part of the fowls....

Publication Title: Record, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The record. — 20 June 1912

She Record Advertising g I Muhlenberg County is rich in coal, iron, timber, potter's clay,? gctc, and the most inviting field in Ken- tucky for investment of capital and pluck. ! v Costs INothltig. JJ e t r ir ti... : . :, k g as. ajra tvi iivii a ss. uitvquiiviii wj c sure of returns. Get our rates. y E V XS XXX-1 M"V tK'KXK.S'.x.x.tc )j K.)UUCk!(jQQC2fXXa1 VOL. XIV. XO. 20. GKEENVILLi:, KY., THURSDAY, JUNE 20, 1912. 50c. PER YEAR, IN ADVANCE ft PLANTING AN ASPARGUS BED At One It Expected to Last for Twen ty Year Soil Should Be Prepared in Thorough Manner. A poo.I acparaKtis Iw.l is cn-rl. l to last 20 years. The soil should, tln"ro fore, txt prepared lii a most thorough manner. A warm, sandy Foil U best, lull it will lo well In any good Krdn koII that Is free from Ktones. A soil that has been heavily manured a few previ ous reasons is preferable to manuring heavily at the time of petting out the roots, but at no period should aspara gus be allowed to suffer from lark of manuring, ...

Publication Title: Record, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The record. — 20 June 1912

THE RECORD. A a Independent Newspaper. RECORD PRESS, Oiii Rics. PrrHidrnt. toecrviHry. Okikn L.. Koakk, Editor. Lang-Dlstaaca Tiliphoaa, N. 72. Office In nrm aanes rrsr of wtore. around floor. 50 CtRTS PER YfAR. IS ADYA1KE. TKW MM. Thr K-rrlpi((n prior of th piht In paya ble iu alvniT, unit warn thr linn hinurra io whir., it U paid, the pmprr m ill Ik stopped. Card of thftnk. biiury not ire, rl.. If not ,JMitrer than t" linri. w ill In Httllihrl ftr. A raariri' of fcr. prr liiir m ill hr mlr fur miw rd In Hae. No r nation of thUrule lu aii yon). Free urn pie roptrn will he mailed. A4rrrttirmrntn Mill It inerud. A rate car! trill be furnittarU on reiiet. Artrfr all mmmiinUatin and make all re alliances payable lo UK'i;i P K KHS, rtenv.Ue, Ky. Tfil'SSDAY. JINE 29. I2. Eatere4 at ts Greenville, Ky .. poMofnce mm seeond-elasa Btatter. How bereft the rest of the coun try must feel with all its prominent men either in Chicago or Haltimore! The (I. O. 1. elephant must feel that the change ...

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