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

i 4 ' i , - t .1 al BAraNGPowora AbsolutelyFure Coolcing under modern methods and con veniences is made so attractive the whole family is becoming interested. "These biscuits are delicious; this cake i excellent," says the father. "I made them," says the daughter, and both father and daughter beam with pleasure. Royal Baking Powder has made home baking a success, a pleasure and a profit, and the best cooking today the world ever is done with its aid. I. (. R.R.lOCAl HMt CARD. MIRTH IUH Kl. . I St Ixmlavillr Frrs 1 1. Mam III ('iwintial i Arv- I l'm l I .. illr l.iiMil-l I.wam I JAiVnlral '!! a-.-.imnnlati.m tm mm TH am -1. KM. iV 1'a.lut-ak an I nr. a.--m Vir an III FiiInmi a-r..mnilalHMi It " P' ll Kr ttrk-au a." I'M IKIN.O. W. (U.uixlll iaHM-. inl ) l 'm JuncS. IWII. W.O.Croo. Ajrt. Anil tire next tlay it rained. Wake up and get busy on local affairs, now that you have settled the national issues. Many Eil.cols in the county are now entering upon the last half. Some folks who neve...

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 November 1912

.1 .J ! uDARK Firriih;re, VvaJSpcer, Shades, Moldings. Undertaker's Gccds: Coffins, Caskets, Robes, Wrpperr, Slippers, Grdwve Vailts. Disinfection ROARIC Tib C .t o Tr .i:IV.l. Kv.- r..:-.o liny ; r v z - 11 S? $ V fef Sf & & Oui Nam is-- It earache j f:ot!ir.:?i'jCc:.'r!t.a. L': I" i AC'S -r,v!-Iu:l i i.is . '' 3 i' l.i U' In-'.! I'- ': !' !v--i . I. L'.' -N'.'i . I. Mr 'n !i i : ! : ' f !iiii!il wvU ill !!' . .'. t.:.- SilU.iay Si !i . N i-f !' -! ' s :i jriVilt f:ivirit vl:!i ill! ' . !: i Klfn l.i " MISS FRANCtlS L CHiGSPY. '; i vy CIvo H -Wf v.i;l:cut 1 Ai"tcrr-'-".il:rS. ' ' iu t i:r y. .-.; I w.t: t:!.jeot . t C"i' l i'!t lu-.i.'. u At 5 i 'I.S ::.-.;.; I V.--i It.llitU'i! J f .1 v.. '1 hr 'U. ! lilt- .T.lvico i a ) v v. vr-;it.n!..I to try I'r. .:!-.' A ii i-I'.iiii and . l!:f i. !.:.. I.io.l t'lat 1 !uC ir. 'hiiy cr . lii: lid ir.y .-yslcm of ' i- i-.-inti-'iii .is 'io.nl ".tlioi th.it :;! -;i-J n li .i'.!. r,n. I cinuirin'i-. I i.i . :; .1 Mr 'it;." ;. 1. Kn-st ll,...

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 November 1912

4 T Ji g Record Advertising jj Costs NotHing. g It pays for itself. The investment is e sure of returns. Get our rates. pYaT..ti r a-. iTiuiiiciiucrg vuuuiy 3 is rich in coal, iron, timber, potter's clay,i k.t.'tc., and the most inviting field in Ken- tucky for investment of capital and pluck. GREENVILLE, KY THURSDAY, NOVEMI1ER 11, 1912. VOL. XIV. NO. 42. 50c. PER YEAR, IN ADVANCE WW ViiO SS TO BLAME? SC'ins Kentucky School Superin tendents Make but SI a Day. EVEN PAY OWN. POSTAGE?. Out Wilh Thets Pitiful Salaries They Must Put Up Bonds as High as $10, CCD Average Territory Is a Hundred Criiiare Miles. Uoes tha blrma for school conditions lis ei the dogr of the county Superin tendents or the people at large? Mcny county superintendents receive salaries of $430 a year, and none cf them receives more than $1,?03. When a man has a salary of $103 he is of necessity forced to do something else or starve to death. No stream can rise higher than its source. No underpaid man can put energy ...

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 November 1912

1W; RECORD, The Jubilee. 1 tli?.'p'Mlil'llt rt'Ul.lft'.irii TUl'Kl4Tt MY NV.Ji:ii; RE CORD PRESS, 0 U ISltT, rrr-M4'.tut. pc-.pie s': li! lie made to those .jvMen iircr.i.s ar. : on-'..t c..;ief:ti- tllin III!' ! . ilM ni ) ..Mr . l.,l..o.. t.u-rc a urj-esainonng at tin- .,y..f. ...i ,. .... ;, ,.. . Literary Club I aday evening, j , hjIlk jv; ; , , J , I 'l,-,,.., ... i.: : i. ...! . 1 v iiui i man I lilt JJIII. " I leilllCIIICn, S.--i tar-. the I 'lull in riVJtll t - . iriini ci'itv iti: -i i j i v i .. ...... I uVsire to have an expression from'KrcJt toUr. I V. f. r tl e re.!,,,,;,!!.:, of Don't km lis Ohikx L. K'dAkii, Kinnk lnrj-rj.'.T; TgUpl.ene.ri3. 72 :.! ! if .i h rir of .t pnniiM flour. 50 (HIS PR Tf Aft. H ADYARCL Tl' snt-rfTlp'.ton prut nf the papiT In pay' l( in lvatfi-, .'iii-l w hv'ii tut tiim has f&pirt-d to liu a i piU. ttir p wr m ill Ih- Micped. CrtMs f t It.ttiks. tthltiiMr; nt:CH, t..f if nut 1 iijrr I h.fi tn littfH. will Iw uillUhfl tre, A chairv if At, w ...

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 November 1912

1J The Woman Makes the Home She makes it best who, looking after the culinary department, turns her back resolute ly upon unhealthful, or even suspicious, food accessories. She is economical ; she knows that true economy does not consist in the use of inferior meat, flour, or baking powder. She is an earnest advocate of home made, home baked food, and has proved the truth of the statements of the experts that the best cook ing in the world today is done with Royal Baking Powder, I. C. R. R. LOCAL IIMI CARD. fcoKTu Rorxn. jniMTiU Fxirv II Vam Cincinnati Krr I M l'm li.i.-ilU I imilr.l . . I lttllfl 1l Crutrml t'ity inmitlatttn 7.ipm mHTM Bt .oil. fl. 121 I'M J Pmlncflta bH Cair nccum S.tSni Kultoii K-rtinmMtHiitn I l pm Nrw 4rUlH tt-iHl ltl N.O.HfMfr. (Louisville uMtr. iil ISOaui unci. Wli. W.U.fEAwroiB, Ajrt. ilood morning! 1'aid your taxes yet? l ive week until Christmas. lo your (Jhrismas shopping early. County School Fair tomorrow. There are to be some town wed dings soon if repo...

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 November 1912

ROARK Furniture, WaJlpper, Shades, Moldings. Undertaker's Goods: Coffins, Caskets, Robes, Wrppenr, Slippers, Grve Vaults. Disinfection-ROARIC HORTICUIIIRE MS: awa . iiyw-tt- - 14 A. CLEANING POTATOES OUICXLY. Home Made Contrivance Which Wili Alio Sort tl e Tubers. Tlu kLiIiIi Fli.iw.-t l.i y home m;ll putatu cleaner and miiIit which 1 j have ilie.l at Kalrvn-w tiiriu lor number if years, writes a coriexiion lent of Fimu and Home. It eonsdstt of a number of liopn ' which "r fastened half-Inch lat so as to make hole V Indiea square. Two heavj llece. A. are placed iuside the cylin "I Suffered Intense Pains in My Left Side." Do you realize it is better to be safe than sorry, that it U the bcrt policy to lock the stable door before the horse is stolen? Dr. Miles Heart Remedy ..r.l Mrs. C. C. Gokcv. of a stub born case of heart disease, such as thousands r.re now suffering with. Read what the says: "Before 1 bet;an tskine 1. Mile Hrart Kemed I & lrn aufterinit trom hrart trouble i ove...

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 November 1912

imUlliliWiliyiyiyiH.Biiw..H.l.M j is,. 1 Muhlenberg County Record Advertising g Costs Nothing. It pays for itself. The investment is p sure of cturns. Get our rates. 51 is rich in coal, iron, timber, potter's clay, etc, and the most inviting field in Ken tucky for investment of capital and pluck. GREENVILLE, KY.. THURSDAY, NOVEMBER N0Vl)2i 1912 VOL. XIV. NO. 2. 50c. PER YEAR, IN ADVANCE I ft. A MrDowrll. Mrs. II. A. Mrm.xvrt!. TV f Murhy. Knimct o'.Wiil, Mlsa I'r.inrrs Simpson. iM-xlry Swann. SOME OF THE PEOPLE WORKING ON CHILD WELFARE EXHIBIT. . Well Known Kentuckians Enlisted In Effort for Betterment of Condi tion for the Child. The following are a few of the many committees working to make the great rhl'd Welfare Conference and Kihlbit at Louisville, November 21-30 a suc cess: Hospitality. Mrs. 8 Thi iii-ton II.JIhi.I. Chun man Mrs. Uilmrr 61 Attain. I'rtr I at Ath rit.in. Mm. I'. II. Oill;hn. Mi. Atttllii. (Vfc. Jr.. 4;rirK Itaiiforlh. Mm. (tan's. liaiiftirlh. Mm. HM-.r Krnl'. M...

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 November 1912

7 fclHP j . i 2-t 4 i! !e:it X.-wspMiicr . r. liu t, Fl:-i.lt-:if . C Ulft I. l;.-.t'.. OliliN I,. k'o.XKK. Kl'llCK. .a.Tff-iJifj.7C9 Tclep.'.one, Ks. Z. t . - . t .!'.-. r i ..." a-a :1. tt 5) cms m m.v A&v.wcr. t.l- 'Hi'! In -to'M,-il . & hey Idled up their j-ivcnilc voice in t a fcu a it i i' :..-.rtiit t,i. i-.ii-, Ai-i .-yvM, h.-., I...-. . , shouts vl tnii.r.h, an d jou stood by rhirj; . I Stv ! hti ill In' m i ! ir tm-( fl int lim. N- artitUoit it I tit. ru'r W hhj oif. Free atnj!e if ill t;i raail.M. A-lvriiH.'iiu-tii will Im insert. A ratart1 A!Jivh ail ttimmnti (.n i: ntu it i: '1 nitaucfii aytt; i. KM Ut I'lihSN, i i I ! viiir. K v. THURSDAY. HiUMRiR :i. I 12. K.tifrtfd at I'l? trt!Ti;U . K .. ...ltilat t- s ntt'tl.t!t'-;i i.miif r. tie of the grainiest parades ever is our luty to i hc:isl ?.iul in. ..ash wade in Irecnville. I want t say the est' in. The t.-tkles.-u'i.-s .f that I have seen soldiers march, I : foinur or.cr;tii. haw ::ic.tii ;!r; aavr ia-cu 1 1t o ...

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 November 1912

IPWEDEBB AbsoIutelyPure From a scries of clafmrate clicmieal tests. Comparative digestibility of food made vi:h dilferent baking powders. An equal quantity of tread (biscuit) was mad'? with each of two kinds of baking powder cream of tartar and alum and submitted separately it the action of the digestive fluid, each for the sam J length of time. The percentage of the food digested ij shown as follows : Broad mad with Royal Crcim cf Tartar Powder: 99 Per Cent. Digested Bread made with alum powder : j 67 Per Cent. Diverted Royal Baking Powdor raised food is shpv n to bf of greatly superior digestibility and heahhfulr.ess. (. k. k. LOCAL IIMf CARD. Ni'iltlf HIV. M. HO. li l.oui. lilt I'xj'lt'- ('il.lin;l i y in-.--.- tO( lH lilt J.UI1 ) l;MiVmrMi (i( ai-i'tiim1;itiii - S4H 111 llllC l. . 1 1 2. a tu . I M i:n . f.lkl.-llll . T.li I'm tsn. Pl iu':: h mi i C.iiri ii-!l 121 Fulton Mi:iiliiMlnl .tii . . lilt OrU-alt- -M--ial HQS'. -.,--.. .....ui-.ill.- asr. ,ni I I .Horn Julir 5. Il'll. 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. — 21 November 1912

... . - 1 ;.. . ' J-' ROARK Fximiture, Wa.Upa.per, Shades, Moldings. Undertaker's Goods: Coffins, Caskets, Robes, Wrapper.-, Slippers, Grave Vaults. Disinfection ROARK IRRIGATING MACHINE it lrti MrmwM "- II a lliaarr l.aatl. ariit that irrijsalimi ls1 iiul If liiive a larger l,llu ' "rr nl' On Iiuiniil Mrl ifii 'f !' I'li'tei! Hulei Miuu a ( jears iK" wa Uh.iikM im.i.hI.U'. MnrUrt punlrncrt an.im.l all ll- larjf fit if .f I l.e ft.uu try ure cimiing resilie the profit ami MM-uritv from tlrtiught whith i tiring, while tli- development of tli .ri.l Mkt In irriiratit'ii is w.n tt ttc- rni'V a iiluee in the affairs of the na ti..n. lM'inalreatl.v lui'ler iiifl'ai'"H .y tlieilfKirlrif:il of unrif lilt nre. Tl'. k.',ImI:.iii of the prolilem of irrigation rets laryt lv in t he ipiant il v tif wnter Bvaihiltlt ami aliilitv lotlii t t l it nl.toit the 1:m! at Imv nt. la i'l llutton.f tjuai'lflte. Ne.. hat tlfsiirnt-tl a novel iii:iehinr for etcvalinar water from t-treum ami ilist-harinir it ...

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 November 1912

- ' - . 8 E ''Record' Advertising a T.luhlonbsi Cc-jn is rich in coal, iron, timber, potter's clay. Costs Nothing. . ! jays for itself. The investment is ' sure cf returns. Get cur rates. etc, and the most inviting field in Ken tucky for investment of capital and pluck. y a a a ixxxifixM k m' x x x H Xxi if K iil VOL. XIV. NO. 1 GUEENYILLL, KY., THURSDAY, NOVLMULR 2S, 1912. 50c. PER YEAR, IN ADVANCE .., ' '"'.J . . . v . - . . v - - I j' : -I I 7 ? if '". '' ,' .. .. v '. r ' I' 4- v.-' J vc-. I;. . - ' I v w . . i - t . - j . . 4 - 1SPLAY TO COST jam id CHILD WELT A AC EXH.rilT AND CJNFt.-ENCC AT LOUISVILLE MOVLMBER 21-33. TO BE HELD IN EIG ARMORY Tor The Reden-.:tion cf the Vcung ci tie Prtser.t C:r.;ioticn and f-'u:ure Cencraticnj Crcat Meeting Will be Held. Tln Ki'tiiiitky I'hilil .!i'.iro Ckiv f'i'. n.-i' j:ml Khi:.!l. (! s:;m:'J fi.r Hit :it' jvi!. P'lii .l ih' il.il.lrcn it Ktiiuicky, uiuil tl.c lliinl ;itul K.'n;'r.ii1(-iij rml I ; iiniu ily ! tlvr.rJ u r rr-l.!ii!;.upii .f ...

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 November 1912

THE RECORD. An ImlejH'ii'lent Newspaper. RECORD PRESS, Oai l. Kutms, NrcrrLrj, Own Rim. rrraiJrnt. Orisn L. Kuakk, Editor. Leag-Dlitamee Telepbeae. He. 72. Oor in n.'w uu'i rr.r of More, ground floor. 50 CERTS MR YIAR. Ill ADVARCL" TBRMM. Th. uburriptlon pric of tta. paprr la para tl iu ariTaix-v. ana whra ihr tin. h..iplr.4 la wkica f.C paid, tar paprr will b atopp.4. Card, of tkaaka. obituary aotlca. u.. If aot ta.rthaa tea linra, will l puMl.a.4 In. A rkarrr of ar. per Ha will h. nadr for aurrerd lat llara. Na rarlalioa of tkia rale to aayor... . Free aaai pie eoplea will be mailed. Adeenlaeaienta will he Inserted. A rale rard will be faralaked on requeat. Addreaaalleoamaalrationa and make all re altturn payable M liKCOKO PKKMH. Ureearllle. K. TIUISDAT. NOVEMBER 28, 1912. IlUrtl l tha GreearM. Ky-poalofflre I aceaad-claaa aiatter. Tiif. total delay by troubles in electrical apparatus last year on the thirty-three electric locomotives op erating in the New York terminal district o...

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 November 1912

f -.. ... " . 1 . - " '.-." . ' j. V." ' i . . - - 4 . . .v : '-" . . . -, -'V..; r.' i . .- .? rs-"- V.i. . , 4 Where iho finest biscuit, cake, hot-breads, crusts or puddings are required Royal is indispensable. Royal is cijuaiiy vnlusblc l the preparation of pJain, substantial, oods. for all c 1 The only bakissq poivrtcr made from Royal Grape Cream otTsi'lar No AlumFo Unto Phosphates L C. R. R. LOCAL IIMf CARD. XIBTU BOl'KD. a. I ltniHTilU Er- II S.m littt'iiK'luniill Klrr" I.M im lM lui.rtllr Uuill.-.l 4tni IMOntralt'tty wHminulati.u .15'ui ol'TM Mll'M. an. IM rxlurak an I Clro irnw 121 Fuilua a-ruulation Il Nrw Orl-ao oms-UI K.I.San 14 ! nm x.iim i llQK.(XHpf. 4tAuiHvlllv iiHr. ouly) l.ftani JaueS.lll. W.o.caawrono, Ai.t 10 MY OLD COB I'lI'E. (Tar fart U . . . . tlie aumieut a mau tMkei. to a pipt bftnuiM a hilowhrr." Tkeae linea are to you. Old Timer, with a thouaand smoking ripe. They're never made your equal for the man who love a pipe; Ggara don't ccunt in the the running ci...

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 November 1912

. 1 ROARK Furniture, Wedlpper, Shades, Molding. Undertaker's Goods: Coffins, Caskets, Robes, Wrapper.-, Slippers, Grve Vaults. Disinfection ROARIC .I -.! . - - - V I. ,1 FEW& little A Saving Man. I'ncle William, who wasn't especial ly noted for Ills j;cmro.sity, was ae-' eo.;t-l In the Mlla?; 'ist flioo by liis bl'rouj lit t It- ii. i!hmv namesake ' "Say. utnl liiiii l my birllitlay ! 'an't you t.lvo nn live nuts?" t'on : K-ioui of annis. (I tuz- of the oi-' lookers, I'mle William tslowlv roachod Into Ms IMHkct. s.iyini;. i did have a nickel, tint," viihiirnwit'!; his hand. "I Buei-s I htiv.n't pot it now." "Oh look again. uii'-W naid littlo. Willie "If you had ouj you nmsi have it yet.' Wcntan'a Home Ooinjianion. Ths Gcod Time Ccming. "Algernon," aid th left's wife, "1 see thoy have started a magazine to make poetry Kiulir." 'Yts, love." "Po you think it v;n Mtocevd?" "It la too early t venture a pro diction." "Dear. I hoie It vill. Hew lovely it will be when yon cr.d I can hav...

Publication Title: Record, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The record. — 5 December 1912

I ' Record' Advertising 9 -M "' Muhlenberg County iiV M Costs Nothing. 5 is rich in coal, iron, timber, potter's clay. W It pays for itself. sure of returns. The investment is $ Get our rates. S MJtc., and the most inviting field in Ken tucky for investment of capital and pluck. v - x njTK ). Aim x k h k k n k H.n x x;rXjIjiK'iii VOL. XIV. NO. IS. GR1-F.NVILLK, KY.. THURSDAY, DICCKMMIIU 5, 1012. 50c. PER YEAR, IN ADVANCE MEDITERRANEAN FRUIT FLY IS SERIOUS DRAWBACK TO SUCCESSFUL CULTIVATION Considerable Interest in Very Dastruclivc Insect Recently Arousid by Action of Department of Aririciillure in Calling for Heatings on Advisability ol Quarantine. The Mediterranean Fruit Fly and Tho recent announcement of ST tary Wileou of the department of ag riculture of Iris purpose to bold bear ings for th purpose of determining the advisability of a ouarantino against importatioim of plants, fruits or trees from rountrii where the Mediterran ean fruit fly U known to evist. has aroueed consider...

Publication Title: Record, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The record. — 5 December 1912

THE RECORD. -V :t ImK'iK'iitU'nt Newspaper. tt?LlPHE3 TUI'EnDAT RT RECORD PRESS, The L.v.-.c if .-. t 'ha- ai: It is l;. 0i Kirs. PrAidtlit. Cl L. ItKk. OKIKN L. KoAKK. KlUTtiK. Lang-Clttane Ttltphan. No. 72. ..I auarx r.n- .f Htor. irriiiinfl flir. "50 '(CITS PEC TEAK. IK ADVANCE. TI.HMM. Thr nhnrriptla pricf f the papr la raai bl in atraif. and wuta the llmi harftptnd to irh: j It? paid, the paper will Ix- wtopped. (Tarda f tbariV. ohiiunrr noticm, t.. If not 1 luirr ih in tea line, wi'l puMtKh?ri trr. A r aarirr of in'. prr liu a I" W mair ftr am-cred-log No variation uf tamrulr to anyone. Pre aample capir will be mailrd. Ad rertitrfiifiittt 111 1 ItiNertrd. A rat rard vi'A br furDfiibfsl on rg ur-t. Addr. all com ntiMratln and aiake all re alManr payable 10 K Ki'Hll l I'li Kks. ;-nvlllr. Kr. without being disroverel. 1 he absence of pain h:ts its tin-! t . . . . . . ..i lor.unate skis, since ;t is naturally as strayti! bv l in the early sta-es, bef r thebrnci . M,,ji.Ijv a:-;C;-...

Publication Title: Record, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The record. — 5 December 1912

U IBsallsninigj if) w) AbsolufelPuro ,Mi The onljr BahlngPav.'derRiade W l3gb frog R-j OrepHgeni oJTarter px' f Healthful vl to (Qualities uW l C. . R.lOCAl TIME (AM. aOKTB BOI'ap. n. Itt lnuUvtlle FapwM 11.1 am I i( m l am 1. 14 m Ii4 irx-lnnatt Kpr. llM Loutarillr IJaitlaHt IMCrDlral l ily accommodation antra aor u. 1 raritwaVi. roaTou... 141 Fulton accom. xlation KM Nfw Ork-ana aprclal i S.ISant Til J! i Iitj N. O. x-r. (Luuiavllle utar. otil 1 JuueS, IHII. W.O.CwroD. Airt, .1 flood morning! Recovered from Thanksgiving yet? Wheat it looking much better the past few days. V-.si Ri.th Johnson, of Princeton, giK-kt of Mrs. Frank A. IlTtntei. Mr. K. A. Taylor was in Russell ville Saturday on legal business. Miss Iouise WicklifTe was Louisville shopping last week. in The turkey bad for Thanksgiving has entirely disappeared by now. - "Bob White" is without doubt the best flour on earth. Hon. Ben F. Proctor, of Bowling Green, was here last week on legal business. Mr. Thomas Holman, of 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. — 5 December 1912

v. - .1 4- 4 M : . - . t . - j ' . i c i V . ? ROARK Furniture, Wlipper, WIT. Periodical Drinker. A doctor's patient in Excelsior Springs tho ullur d:iy wa ausworing Uie usual list of ci'icrics. prior to eu-It-ring upon a ruurat of treatment. "Are you a ettady or a periodical drinker? atktd llu- 'liysij-iau. "Periodical." v. as th.' r ply. "How loii bolvkoon periods? Tho poor ft How studied a raonient, lhat ha ni'mlit answer correctly, and replied: "About tw.nty minutes." Kansas City Star. Never Again for Him. "I bought the house Tin living In for bout a llflh of its actual value, be cause it was supposed to bo haunted ; but I wouldn't pive 10 cents for an other 'haunted bouse. If I knew It to be worth $2tVt. "You hawn't found a fc'aost, havo you?' "Certainly r.ot. My wife refuses to stay lu the place at night unless I'm there, though. " U.fj in a Large City. "Don't jou curry a revolver or a Jimmy to protect yourself?" asked Dill the llurfil.ir. "No," replied bis pal. "I go entirely...

Publication Title: Record, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The record. — 12 December 1912

i g "Record" Advertising S 2 Muhlenberg County. 2 is rich in coal, iron, timber, potter's clay. 6 Costs NotHlng. g It pays for itself. The investment is sure of returns. Get our rates. g jetc., and the most inviting field in Ken- Jtucky for investment of capital and pluck. VOL. XIV. NO. Hi. GREENVILLE, KY., THURSDAY, DECEMBER 12, 1012. 50c. PER YEAR, IN ADVANCE DFMfJD FOR HEAVY GOOD AT ALMOST Er.ormous Number of Auto-Trucks Not Crowding Animals Out of Business as Many Are Led to Believe Number Increas ed From 13,000,000 to 21.000.000 in Decade. Profitable Animal (By JOSEPH MONTGOMERY. Bcrelnn of Miniusota Stallion R.-fflstratloi Board.) Never In the history of the drat hone haa tbe future appeared m promising to breedora as now, despiu the statements of a leading speakei at tbe annual meeting of tbe Statt Veterinarians' association at Mlnno apolis tbat the automobile and auto truck mere driving It out of busl ness. Tbero Is no reason. In the ligui of statist ten. bjr the doom of thi...

Publication Title: Record, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The record. — 12 December 1912

- w.i.'- - : V--.-V V- -v-- . , 4 ihe record. -,...- k.'i.' i ;i ! (violent .Nv p-i.'.jmt. j "Corncob Pipes." I nlcr the above lieail the New I i.rk "Su;-" f.ir Tuesday. lec. 3d. RE CORD PRESS, -s li; 1 r.vi Cuies I. A.ll.. hf.T' t try. t)KIKN 1. KoABX. 1'1'IM'K. Lonc-OlstJr.ef 50 tfsssKa Yf.. n advarcf. has an editorial relative ! the poem " To My Old Cob 1 k" by Mr. Harry M. Mean, of this rity, which appc aicd in Tiik K' rni;ii Nov. iS.li. Ihe ''Sm." is reoi;ni.eil as one of the icadidg critics of poetry among the newspapers of America, and to r. "reive the reproduction at:d favor 1 able comment accorded Mr. Mean : is a tizwA favor wiii -h should p'ease j were he'd yesterday afternoon, ai.d Dies From Cut of Saw. Mr. William Ka les fell a.uiust a saw at his 111. .1 iicur Hati-roft last Tuesday .mihiii.j, ..! .... s- seri ously ctt that he I'.ieil from his in juries at 1.30 o'clock that afteriiooit. One I e"Lj was cut ofi, and hiiliip and siile were badly lacerited. Mr. Hades was ot...

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