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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The record. — 3 April 1913

' f I . i ' i t I 1 I i 4 H'. . I i r. , .1 4 - ! , - 1 Comparative Digestibility of Food F.Irde with different Baking Powders From a Series of Elaborate Chemical Tests: An equal quantity of bread (biscuit) was made with each of three different kinds of baking powder cream of tartar, phosphate, and alum and submitted separately to the action of the digestive fluid, each for the same length of time. The relative percentage of the food digested is shown as follows: Bread made with Royal Cream of Ta-tar Powder; 100 Per Cent Digested ' Bread made with phosphate powder: 68A Per Cent Digested! Bread made with alum powder t f"674 Per Cent Digested I These tests, which are absolutely reliable and unprejudiced, make plain a fact of great importance to everyone : Food raised with Royal, a cream of tartar Baking Powder, is shown to be entirely diges tible, while the alum and phosphate powders are found to largely retard the digestion of the food made from them. Undigested food is not only wast...

Publication Title: Record, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The record. — 3 April 1913

RqARK Fvimiturc, .Vvl:p-- Shades, Moldings Undertaker's Goods: Coffins, Caskets, Robes, Wrapper.-, Slippers, Grve Vaults. Disinfection ROARK HELPING THC CAUfC. i . - . . ' I , . ... " . . '.. - -, . . - . . " . ' - . -; w . t . .. . I ! .' .4 - . -. . ) - - . , . . , r - -v-v :, t . i "A (lrur.un r " - .1 .Meii.it (Cr- K'r!;. "was a:tur; :.l Vol:, t U F j f r Soil'Vt ril '.;;ii!ii:i' ..II i i' M '! The tr;ii:i -r:iv. :! i:i ;i l.i eijio lojt.t l:r i r;:i!i.i. hl.. l:ul'rii:; tMiDT. as I iiliri.K :ss .is u oll f.n.I.i. i f J lii.-ii v. Ii 1 1 J 1.1 '. .-liv ! "Tln ih i;:;Har t :ir.l. i IV neciin il ut 'i l t:!i-r p-ir. pi r. 'I Ih- 1. 1 . ;.n: ivi !: il tin' I . M 1 rkl.Ri d. lii' viii i I - i m:.m n i1. I :.:i l nc;.!il liitiM Ii ;t ! lr.:i.i i mI- i to novo. Tin ii lti a 1 M. more us iitij lii-.s ;;! Mili Ii-' train ill. I, I I li:.l :i 1 n::ilh :i t . r i third vain fmrt li.i- uivii-1 r ft l flown Jilul rlmiili il ; l!i - ii ism i'i'-i.t:; h(Ki li-:ii! Hue!; ;;r.i lm. 1 '( tliftr ...

Publication Title: Record, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The record. — 10 April 1913

gmOEKtXXSKI tS&jtXZXXSsl Accord" Advertising js & - to , r. r -- u j- . 8 Muhlenberg County 3 is rich in toal, iron, timber, potter's clay. pays for itscif. Tl.c investment is J ,t etc, and the most inviting field in Ken Jtucky for investment of capital and pluck. c: raiura s. Lct cur rates. gki:lnulll, ky.. Thursday, apkil io, um. VOL. XV. NO. U 50c. PER YEAR, IN ADVANCE Crs? Q'iSTY iSCa ' KEEPIKG BROOD SCW HEALTHY SCRAPING TRUMKS CF TREES ,OUv!a. I t. i ; f N r' ii PCOD DARN FOn SMALL FARM C.i.Vinj Shew., t'.-s Arc?:n;.-Dj3ticn fcr Fcur Horiu d five Cows Airv.ic Giiin F.ccm. The ji: ". ioi.a of barn will ttl.'ptod t. i. email ij.ni :.ro by ' ( i t. It coi.'iins r!u!i for four horr.of and live ccv..'. a : 1 hay a 'r:n :: 12 f'-rt wiiii'. li Iki ba.x- VS.?. u 1 l y "2 f: '!. ami : ni'tlu r C2 by fi. A'.id'.c- provision is n:0'te for tli prai:.-b!i:j. rl:: f ftbir-li :!.! bo rr;i:i.f. ii i:m t ilu r qi:irt:u( lit j of any i:i by ri'iliic ilK or r.l::rvi;;r; tho lui.v lol't. 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. — 10 April 1913

... . '' 1 - - . , '. r 1 , . . ' I - -I VI - . ;' . - . ' -1 :v-:a - -. - 'if - ... ' ! ..'.-.'i , ' ..i . - - THE ECOPJ). An . X . i .u-wpap,T. ,)f ,jlWcrvnl ,.,,, arc all of one color, nuking it t'.if ticult to Icll one trout the otlier. 'l'hc new s'ties will c onsist of stamps rttllLIMHCU TMI:lllftII Bf RECORD PRESS, Ucu Kii c. PrrKflfrt. C:x L Knink, Okikn L. K'oakk. Hkitok. Long-Pittance Telephona. No. 2. warns m u.. n AtvAsa. TIM .Mr. Tut: State of Wushiiigttiti will sj mil $S.o(o,roo tluntij; the next year on roail c.iw.r.ii tuni , iu this connection it is inicrcstfcig to nolo that an exhibition stretch t road way i lcin built at lymji.i, U'ashinyt.jn by vaii'ius j-.ivin ' mies, eu h of which is l.iyin sanipte of roailway id fevt wiiie antl ; 'li'a:ioiJi. i oo feet Inn;; ai coi lm; To iis on plans anil t'c itli ations, uhn ii arc the Stale Highway I e- " whooi." lliat j,;vt's tlic ilistMsc it:j name. i Often vomiting follows a severe attack of roiiijlii!i', an.l somt timev 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. — 10 April 1913

Nothing But the Best Is Good Enough To Beap This Company's Name The IDEAL COMBINATION POLICY Is the Best. We Have Written in 30 Days HOT BISCUIT, hot cakes, made with ROYAL Baking Powder are delicious, health ful and easily madcm !. C. R. LOCAL TIME (AW. . 4irSD. no. ! I.ontvlIl rip h riiM'iiiniiii Km- of Loutaviiie Ltuiitid 1.M) Central City ai-commmlatiun. i ra m vi. . Itt Paduraa will Cairo ar-ron 141 Kultott MHiaofl1Wi lol SVv Orlran iWH'ijil -11.S3 ti . I .'.4 pin . 4laia . .liiin . S.llin .!. pa 3 pm liB N.O. pr. tLuuieville paw. only) 11 am JuocS. IV12. W.O.CwroD. Am W'c are now enjoying the advan tages of a kindergarten school. Mr. Scott Morgan was here from Central city on business Monday. Bring your crippled match or clock to Mack. Have been getting a little sun shine between showers this week. Mr. M. Aokins, of Madisonville, was making a social and business visit here last week. Watch, jewelry and optical re pairs done quickly and properly by Mack. Be sure to go to the op...

Publication Title: Record, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The record. — 10 April 1913

ROARK Furniture, WaJlpaper, Shades, Moldings Undertaker's Goods: Coffins, Caskets. Robes, Wrapper.-, Slippers, Grve Vaults. Disinfection-ROARIC . 1 ; : 4 , V . - ... t . . : -j. : 4 ft 1 . . v ; ".-V v . . - T BEST WAY TO WASH CARPET Jie 'Vrm Water, Socp and Piece o Flnnel, Drying Well W.th Towel. To waU the rarH-t thoroughly you will rrtimre a bucket of warm walrr. a cr te of rarp t snap, a pUte of I mis rianiu I. aud. if you are kcIiik to tackl fair-slzt-d piece of carprt at oniv. a iiply of dry clotlia. Do not Ix Riu i.ear t!.o loor. as you ti'.iy niji.irn to Law ilu room for trokh i;u-r. iitid it is uim.sr to ual oi the carpet h.n tlauip. Make up n.r mint to do . iHiout the room till a'.l Ik dry. Marl wat-hing as far trom the door as poRMble, aud work towards It. The flannel la wetted, and portion of the carpet well rubbed. It niiikt not be overdone, only wetted sufficiently to cerure a good lather t running the cur pet soap ball well la. Then with the clean, wet flanuel rtmove ...

Publication Title: Record, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The record. — 17 April 1913

-4 i 2 aw f Muhlenberg County J ! ;1 I Record Advertising Costs Nothing. lt pays for itself. The investment is Curi o! returns. Get our rates. VOL. XV. NO. 10 SELECTION OF ONIONS Pt.ys Wei! to Be Careful in Send ing to Market 6heuld B. Picked When Bulb Begin to Shew Slightly Rounded Bot toms Demand It for Fresh est and Neatest Appearing. E I.AVILLA WIUOHT MACOMBEU.) Hr.ving discovered, after several sea K"ia of experience, that large sited arts yield belter than the small ones and occupy no more space, o sort rut our small, even sized sets tn early spring and sell to the stores, retain-Ira- all the medium or large left over uions to act (or marketing. Often grocers who have a large anoutit of crown onions left over in tluir cellars are glad to get rid of thrm for little or nothing and they make the best of sets even when the procta are spindled, for they soon straighten out of doors and have near ly a seek the start of those not el ready sprouted. We set our onions just as soon as 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. — 17 April 1913

- i V- I , 1 .1. V .V 1 ir H tf!& :r,.. i Siraij:n:::', or Siitiii!!ii::r I'ycs. Till? l');S Ai IlKVIli li !'k I'.lt'l il...'tit .Vw:- ',lp av.i nil tu n - i.t :;r.l il:::s 7 l .n r ' I I . 1 . I . . ,-.,.. ,!iii! r:i( ii nw.er i.i .i. KlIiSJIIU i KLOO, W lu-n tlu-v ! not Ui.nKl,l, C Xii ! v, oi .1 'T''t-'. ' ill rreMti.'iit. .' I.?r . , l I'::, . , t 11"'" t.i i Okmkx L. K'uak;;, Kijhk. ; ".ir.-.liisf.'.iw " N.it onl tlisi-uu' : nit I'm likllUtT OF 'iM'ITi':j UK TilK m$ RATIONAL BANK.. YOU nr run. i is a civfi3Ar.u-..i i: : ...-.. ' i'.' 50 cms kb vf.a n advasce. t:'t- . . 1 " Mi't fit i.i aU ! . ti ! h to . n i I-' . !' (i Cur.Kol IU;i"U-. -.ti;i"; i:'t (h.L' : ! . jnt Him' i lU' tt.tit itt ;.m - .! in c ii.n's. N f.,n.iii t.i :.ri.i.' t a it i. I- rt nan ,' ;; w i" i. l i ii ri:i -!'.! r'-, TEinsDw. a, it. j ; i-t invirviMi'. in I In' Si.iir f Ui'iH hi l. v. ;;t tlu-i'i.iM'iif liusli i- -n itii., April 1!'!:;. KKSiM Ui'KS. I .;:. us r. nii u.M'ou.its '.Vi.l. i'.'.t.7."i liu i...

Publication Title: Record, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The record. — 17 April 1913

ROYAL Baiting Powder is the greatest of modern time helps to perfect cake and biscuit making. Makes home baking pleasant and profitable. It renders the food more digestible and guarantees it safe from alum and all adulterants. I.C. R. R. LOCAL TIME CAfiD. r altera am'ltD. l-iutevillr Kiprro 11 tS mm fiu-tunatl t-.kpnr I-.4 l-inlavtllr Liatited 4a am I I'M IM tVutral t'tty a.-waimoilatloii T.I&itM eol ra Mil su. va. I 121 IOI lot Padwth h4 rfm Mviim MSaa Kalloa aioaitnmtati(u IS.ti'i'11 Nr (M-aa M""-'el S ) ia N.O. ape. (Liuielll paenr. ol I l.fc'aa 1 m i. mt. w.o. timoM, A.-t. Good road follow the use of the King drag. See Cecil Roark for sweet potato slips. Mr. W. A. Wicklifie has returned after a visit of a month at Hot Springs. - Miss Hrooks has seventeen pupils, and is getting her kindergarten work well in hand io the new school. - 1'ach shining minute looks so good to farmers that they certainly are improving them. Watch, jewelry and optical re pairs done quickly and proper...

Publication Title: Record, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The record. — 17 April 1913

ROARK Furniture, WaJlp&pcr, Shades, Moldings Undertaker's Goods: Coffins, Caskets, Robes, Wrppenr, Slippers, Gr&ve Vaults. Disinfection ROARK ''4 FCH THE .FTERNOC TEA I How to Mike Gevcr.il Kins cf Dainty j Sandwiches With Ewect P.-.inty FatiJ ilii:i oasily prrrmrpil , fur sriornooH tea hsvc swot-t lllliiius I I'.ioun. uJiitt- vr r; lirsJ. with J ru: removed and i'ieed very thin, j may b used, or ih i-.jl:r.re nre niee cm unleavencl vaf r. cr Imttered , or.ul.ers. A d-nati vari ly In to spread cri-p buttered ti'-'st v. it'i t!v filIii!S.i ir.s-t. ail of in;:'..:;!;: in r:injv. l ll form. ; A rMOy lilu J t r'v.n :i.r.Ues a ftoed base fur many M; hi .:. Sweeten vish confectioners' fiin.tr and Ftir In . chopped date and ground Kv'tsh j walnuts; again fiei!:ly grated corns- ; tilit (T Kiatcd rviit chnrol.ite nielttd liiiirlniiallows. Hot r.utnh mallow ; fudge la an cspeduly rtee stindwich ' lilliiiK, especially when u:vd m thin dices cf "coffee c.U'." ! A nice orntw liliini; Is ...

Publication Title: Record, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The record. — 24 April 1913

i l CMS aSBBBEXaBBTi "Record Advertising Costs NotHIng. Muhlenberg County is rich in coal, iron, tirrber, potter's clay, p .t pays for itself. The investment is Jure of returns. Get our rates. etc, and the most inviting field in Ken tucky for investment of capital and pluck. l, ! GREENVILLE, KY., THURSDAY, APRIL 24, 1913. VOL. XV. NO. 11 50c. PER YEAR, IN ADVANCE Mm . . i V . ' - It ,- -. t . . ' . t ' . i ' - 4 ' -'. ! - . -V V ' " ' s . ' .-:' - '-"ft'-' - , ; J - . .-.. SECRET OF GOOD FOODl INDIVIDUALITY IN COOKING It TO BE DESIRED. Woman Who Put Herself Into Hep Work It the Ono Whoto Meala Ar Palatable. A prominent Englishman, comment-! ins on ua and our Institutions, eajrs that the food provided In the large hotels la aa good aa can be expected outside of small restaurant. It la a criticism that baa more In U than seems, for If moat of ua were offered the choice of a meal at a large hotel or a email restaurant would wo not take the large hotel? Yet the right kind of mall restau...

Publication Title: Record, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The record. — 24 April 1913

V THE 8EC0BB, tfsf C0?0 ?f SS, ! Ou ck Itu r. President. Cult! L I'.nftltK, M'l'lflary. OWIKX I.,. hV'AKK. KlUTOK. lorq-Dlstaacs Telrphsnc. Ke. 72. -n A.'i. r ::: l:..:i: 1' -lorr , frown.' .Vvr. 53 eras p:5U. nWVARCf. Ti-:riM?4( Th Mltiriitua irtc if t'lr rtpt-r I. )) lH lu 4lrA!u. tl wt'Vj tUr linn- kit ir M.fd la wliu'i U i p.-iJ, i.o p i,vr ill I- itof i.1. Carit of ItawnVv ol.il i:nry n: t:i If not I timr khnci 1. 1 til Kr pi'lili)). I ". A r hJLrirw at V. v'" itn wi b m.fct ur kwcvrd- j tuf li-. Nil vkr.ftiitku of tbi rutt ui Anyori. ATniwfii -iiti K ill ih tiwnt-i. A ru-Hrl frill b furuiurl on rttpj t. Aririre llomai;t-t ii.t aimI mxi nil rr-ilUaDr,- pjyatkr 10 l. h oi. n IM.'Khk .-fi.v.i. Uv, THURSDAY. AfSIL 24. PIS. FOR COUNTY CCL'ST CLLRK. routes swollen anl tender, anil tbr swelli:i iif the tonsili ami ullici 'arts if the t'r.iat is sometimes sr ff.;t tli.it it .trtua'.ly nvtt.ls sal! oaiti;,', ami threatens sulmcalion. In ordinary cases, the symptom 1 e;:iii to suicide b...

Publication Title: Record, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The record. — 24 April 1913

ABSOLUTELY PURE The only Baking Powder made from Royal Grape Cream of Tartar Makes delicious home-baked foods ol maximum quality at minimum cost Makes home baking pleasant end profitable LCft. ft. LOCAL TINE UU. if a. I 111 KM lot J Soar MCI. Oarluaatt fcipww UtrUviilr Unttr UaatraJ Cttjr Mouaauhlln. aol'TB anCKB. ll.tSaai 1 .14 OI I Ml a at Mapai Pa4aeaa aal Calm tma SJS aai Kiilloa arroaiBMHlailna Ij aipai Nf (IrlfUl prrlal tl P" N.O. aura. tLouUvlll paaar. only) I SO am wlim W.O.Curou, At. Ssratthefly. - - - There was a decided scarcity of "swapping stock" on the alley here Monday. The crowd to circuit court open ing Monday was about up to the average. Capt. Shannon, of Depoy, was here Monday, shaking hands with many of his old friends. Automobiles crowded the streets Monday, parties from all over the county coming to town in cars. Clean-up days were very lightly observed, but it was not because there was nothing to be done in that line. There tfere many people from this city and...

Publication Title: Record, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The record. — 24 April 1913

ROARK Furniture, WoJlpxper, Shades, Moldings Undertaker's Goods: Coffins. Caskets. Robes. Wrepper. Slippers. Grve Vaults. Disinfectf on-ROAIUI I r T . . ' it- , . . . 4; r- - - S . . .. . y- - " .' " A ''-.' HOW TO USE PARSLEY ITS VIVID GREEN NEEDED TO DRESS COLO MOTS. Hit a Rich Aroma That Gives the Dis tinctive Flavor to Sauce ar.d Other Herb Dishes. Tho rri'fn. tjriir.g rr.r-ley frcutla In the garden arc 1 Icki j ftr a '..r.en jiiriospn diilly for the tllohen. When the green (Lings come iu from liie Cardan nothing If. better VkHiniiirnl than (he biinfli r.f fresh prernrry for parr.lslilns ca'.iej from the parsley bed. Cold fish and cold meat, bam espe citlly. appear unflulshsd on their dishes without fae lvid dash of lovely green that parsley beptows. When tlie green Ij ct between vivid nee tlons of scarlet tomato, the color fcherae of any cold dith Is enhanced. Many cooks also set the bright yel low of ess jott and the ture white ness of Its envelojit- of albumen here and there ...

Publication Title: Record, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The record. — 1 May 1913

She I "Record" Advertising ' Costs Nothing Muhlenberg County 1 1S rich In roal. irnn t!mKr rtt.rc rlai. 3 t pays for itself. Ssurc of returns. The investment is Get our rates. etc, and the most inviting field in Ken-3 "tucky for investment of capital and pluck. VOL. XV. NO. 12 GREENVILLE. KY., THURSDAY, MAY 1, 191;. 50c. PER YEAR, IN ADVANCE USEFUL RACK LIFTERS CARE CF SETTING HEN Automatic Unloader That Any One Can Easily Work. Nothing Will Dislodge Perfectly Hard Working Matron. mmm CC03 BARN FOR SMALL FARM Cr'ltJing Shawn Hat Accommodation' (or Four Horces end Five Cowl Ample Grain Room. Tho dimfntluns of barn well adptrd to a vmall farm are 32 by S2 ft i t. It contain btalls for four horres and five cows, and has a drive-, may 12 feet wld. It has two hay-i lofis. one 18 by 3 (eel, and another 2 by 32 fert. An' pie provision is i.ij(ii- for the grain bins, the size of l.lrh may be rrgnlatrd to meet the requirements of any farm by reduc ing cr enlarging the hay loft. This, barn wi...

Publication Title: Record, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The record. — 1 May 1913

V f . ! , - - "! -"... f-4 i .... ' v ; , -,-. I.' ' ".' . . ' . ' & ' V 4 X m - .Vv: ' A 0 . ' . . 1 - " M I THE A'l Indfpontli'iit .iM:j Ayr. ri'tUVUlD TIII KM il" t ?f CORD PRESS, Ccsr.it Ice Jkftids. Last S itin!jy a yu; 1 f iho T neural house t. K ;il.cr.ue. I i.,.o wcrcl.wAUh S t&a 3 1 &a Hi Owes Ki n, PrriJoftt. Cms" L l:imiK, Okie.n L. Koakk, KlHTOK. Lantt-PHttitcf Telephone. No. 72 biA tu r l wlwii lu iifi u - rj ( trod CrrNf ;hnk-, nhttanry bo!m m. r.v, if . tr t In. Hr Itn1 will m.Mlr (,-r h. J in.T lior. No Taruitioa rf tbU rul .n;'..:'. f'r Mtnple C4(f will w:itUil. will he (uniibl net ru-t. Allres !1 timntini-t -n' m ill rr- TBL'ES9Al. SUV !. PL?. FOB C0LNIY COLBT CLtkK. l lit I uinc of the lir.ni!itco j-ict'iit wilh i .vc j.r.ixu-ii, til :K..," l. i t; !: llHirtOlll ICl'i t'i litaiiv cs oi l.'ounty Ci)Mi:;ill.c. A tin.ija w.is iii.uSc t) r'i' iii.! l!u vole of a for-:-..f n.i ; :;!i ; v. l it 1; i.i l.v a in; j'lii'y vi tlic i i.nty c;iitu.tuc a:iin:.t f 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. — 1 May 1913

.. ' t .. -1 .'"" a- : . . "1 - " . . . . ,,. - . - C:kei Itesa Ctkhj; Etiy Absolutely Pure ! onjr baking powder mmdm from ftoynl Ormprn Ormam of Tartar PALU,imm,2n!ATE LC. . R. LOCAL TINf CARD. aoara soma. an. IM LooinTill Fspmu It Mas lot CiarlnMli F-iprraa I M p l.ouiaTlil United 4-UKas IMbalnll'lljr arcoaModatloa T.lipi Ol'TB BOCBB. I1& Padwcaa aaa1 ir arroi a.l&aa 111 Full.m ax-citaiaiodatioa It 0p KM N Orlrann pcrlal HO pa 103 M. O. ac. UaUvlll paaar. ol) 10 as JaacklOIS. W.O.CalwruaD, Agl. If you're waking, call me eariy, for this i May day. Mr. Marvin Wells n here trora Louisville for the week-end. Editor C. E. Gregory, of the Argus, was here from Central City. Old Hickory furniture, the kind that latti a lifetime, at Roark't. Mr. C G. Bridget, of Draket boro, drove over in hit car Tuesday. Summer is coming, and you will need porch and lawn furniture. Roark has it. Rain which was beginning to be seeded, fcl! Saturday, tn.1 improve' j condiiiom a great deal j Mr. Geo....

Publication Title: Record, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The record. — 1 May 1913

ROARK Furniture, WeJlpixper, Shades, Moldings Undertaker's Goods: Coffins, Caskets, Robes, Wr&pper., Slippers, Gr&ve Vaults. Disinfection ROARK HOW TO PRESENT OAT SHUT Cral.i Should Us Vrc-l:d With Tir ' ir.alin So'utisn It Mominj aui LTilied 1-1 r.sr.w Lid. To prevent Rt smut, the r.raln fbculd be treatrd with formnlla. K takes about one ounce of formalin for every five bushels cf grain to bo treat ed. Clean a epaco on tho barn floor ri"l thoroughly prlp);:o it vi:h the for roaliii H)luti.n li,'frr fi'i-'-. .!!! reed firain. Thi iv iluu'l bi ruii lirrunli t!:o faui.Ir.;-; r:i!l tv.i.-e to n tnovo aU lit-J.t F's i . '' iiV" rleau koJ thouM I" mami. spread down tho 6."-i! rrain. lh( u fi-nuklo f.raln with the formalin iclulirii n.aJ.' a follows: Formalin, one ounce; vn tcr, two and one-lia'.f Ballon: ml. thoroughly. The solution can bo np plied vl'h a fine roe watering pot: hovel the en:In ever so that every aecd ia coated ih the solution. When all the ural'i la coatard. r-ho...

Publication Title: Record, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The record. — 8 May 1913

life "Record Advertising jS Costs Nothing. Sit pays for itself. The investment is ffsure of returns. Get our rates. MiihlenhArcf fVutnv" 4 Ki " -C J - - - - - v , ...... vv,., viajri w f ' t P n 1 1 t innc!" inviting It lTon i? , . . .. . v. . y.j ail I IHII IIV-i4 ii 1VI.11 j Jtucky for investment of capital and pluck. UK KITH VOL. XV. NO. 1:1 GREENVILLE, KY.. THURSDAY, MAY , 1913. 50c. PER YEAR, IN ADVANCE v r . MAKE BETTER PUBLIC ROADS Experience Hat Taught That Much Work Can B Don During ths Winter and Early Spring. At thia tin) of y-ar much Interest la arouwd concerning ruail Improve ment. Aa has bpn found out by ca lx rlrnce, much ork can b done to rarth road early in the reason, in lact. during the winter and sprini; hcn Ihey vofien. if thry ore ayrfem aiically dramd thtre U no equal amount of work that ran be done with aa good effect nt any other time of the year The law (xrouta the highway corn inlailonera to make rontrarta wlih pr aona living alongside a road to do tha dra...

Publication Title: Record, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The record. — 8 May 1913

THE REGQRP. Ah lndf M.'iilet Newspaper. rl'nuxiu ni'HUK at RECORD PRESS, Owen Kiic, Cain L Koaiik, Okikn L. Koakk. Kditok. Lang-DUtaaee TtUpbon. No. 72 Ofttor In tgi rl rear ItnarU tore, uroiiiid flmtr. 50 CEHIS PR YLAR. II! ADYANCf. ti:hmh. Thr ul.Tllloii ri.ff llii-aT In paya lilj tu t'lTaiHi. ami atom Ihi liutf bti'xiii-d to hU'4 it i- paid. lli- nxr will I lopprd. t:rl f Ibank. .ililtiinry miira. elv, if not 1 -u;rr than Uii llnr. will w lililltlrl rr. A raarir- uf !nv rr Him- ill r mmlr for !! il iac Itura. N riU.n uf thlarulr to anroM. frr umplr roulra will x aallnt. AjTrrtl-vmrnt- III l It.rfrl.l. A railcard will b fur!iitael on lUrru llr mini lftiiii ami mk all rr alliance paalr u lin oiin rUKe. 4rivill Kr. THIKSDAY. MAY 8, Eaterrd at tkc Hiwuiliu, Ky., poaioflic a Mvoiji'lan ataltrr. illicit potatoes, in fur use in tVp'liiiii ii; t i a iii -'lit i nis i ilricil potatoes tin not VJlillU fiHtliS, It lo. Ari-onl- liin, is kept i:i good i omlilion. Tlie iliet is very important,...

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