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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The record. — 25 September 1913

5 " I " 1 .. - - . i Absolutely Pur To have pure and wholesome food, be sure that your baking powder is made from cream of tartar and not from alum. The Label will guide yea Royal is the only baking powder made from Royal Grape Cream of Tartar m no Alum I.C. ft. It. LOCAL TIME (AW. ubti aorxD. . it Utalaellle Eipmw II V am Ktt OactaDatl KvprrMi I.&4 pa lm Louiartllr Llmilrd t.lM iaCeaualt'U' accoaiBUKlatitta 7-1&PB) OI'TB Ml'XD. a. ISS Parfneak bo J Cairn a-eai S.ISaai 111 FuIuhi a-Mui Modal iou It pal loi KrwOrlr.ni pr-il S.40nai I03N.O. apre. (LouMellle paair. only) 1-tOaai June s. 1U. W. O. CBAwroBB. Airt. Only about a month now until School Fair. Days and nights are about of equal length. Dr. J. Louis Roark has returned from a stay of a week in Louisville Mr. 4 Mrs. E I Vonts, jr., f Vrincttoo, are here for a few days with home folks. Sunday was fall equinox, and Lrought the usual cool spell and Llu.lcry winds. Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Williams were in Ixniville several days l...

Publication Title: Record, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The record. — 25 September 1913

ROARK Furniture, WaJlpstper, Shades, Moldings Undertaker's Goods: Coffins, Caskets, Robes, Wrppeav Slippers, Grixve Vaults. Disinfection ROARK 8t ? tt a? v 8 & m m & & & DEMAND FOR GUINEAS SEEKED TO BE ENOUGH TXT -Ml Flesh Has Bccomo Better Known and Better Appreciated. FOR MILK PRODUCTiON Gelling Lngest Yield .it Least Expense Is Pre'Jcm. Adrrrahllity cf t!rs Ccw L'scd a-id .r-.ount ar.d Kird of Feed Sup F',;ed Ars FtcSors Ti--t Mi-it Ce Wlfsly Cc.-.ciCircd. TV c. !l iirki.t: 71-rre r.re lo f.;-s . v'tKh tors, ly control the r.:-.cr.!ieal jruJjcli.ui of milk. Cue i the ua. i ub.Uty i the cows nrtd for t!.U Hi.iKs.' n J de pend on her ImUviJ.u.l trc d clur art eristics. Tho tlbir is the arvjunt nd l ied of Tood orlt:i. 1 ho - ri bl-e.i oitf:ciuii,i the di.Ii man In th- pro duction of the L.r'ct iiuc.unt of mil't ud butter Bt the UaA c:; ns. In ord-r that thU may !o rculied both ibo ii:iprrt.nT i.xtcn mentioned must receive tarKul attention. In most enfea tho lirgert ...

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

Site 'Record" Advertising Costs NotHins. Muhlenberg County Clt pays for itself. The Investment is (Sure of returns. Get our rates. ' etc and the most invitintr field in Kn-3 tucky for investment of capital and pluck. xza VOL XV. NO. 3. GREENVILLE. KY., THURSDAY, OCTOBER 2, 1913. 50c. PER YEAR, IN ADVANCE. . - 4 4 -t - WHO SHALL DRAG THE ROADS? Somewher Between Two Extremities f Opinion Lies Ultimate Solution f Vexed Problem. There It a erioua difference of opinion among autborttiee to whether or not the responsibility for dragging roads reata solely upon the farmer'! shoulders. Here, for In stance, is one of the three members of the recently appointed state high- . way commission of Iowa declaring: Take the road work out of the farm ers' hands. It Is not fair to the farm er to make him work on the roads. Now, I am a farmer myself. I pay my road taxes in money. There Is no rea son why a farmer should get out and work on the roads any more than should a banker. Then, too, road mak ing...

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

IflE RECOPJ). Ati lui'pt'in!cut Nt"WM;ipir. RECORD PRESS, children in tartotics and sweat-shops has enormously increased the death rate among the children of the lowjy. l'jtl'u tilaily related to a di;k, damn basement home is a lowered cundi- the road? Why do yood ditches at the side of the road help make the renter of the road better for hauling? hat . y cm when ! t l-.es p.-t full of ruMv.sh or weeds? When a tlitih Otll Kl, , rrenideut. CftU L. Itl.AHk, e evrrtary. Okikn L. Koakk, Kditok. Ltaj-Diitsnss Telephone, lio. TZ. Oftpf Id Anni rear X,-r't hi r, grfii.nl rt .r. 50 (f HIS PER YEAR. H JQW.O. TliUMtt. Th uh'M-r'ptton prw'e of the paper l vara l 11 lvm'. aii.I ktn t tl.'.e r x iirid lo Ulea It la 11, liie paper v, .: U Bloppcu. Cards f t'lank. ebltiyry rifat:.et. en., t' not 'nnxrr thin tn linen, lil It r.ut.M'.hr.t free. A ekarcr of r. r-r Hue wttt le nalr for jti'MN-v J la liue. Na variation of Int. rulr to ir rot.. Five aaaipleeoptea a-tll I11 aiail-.!. AdTertiHefnft'.l wil...

Publication Title: Record, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The record. — 2 October 1913

Absolutely Pan Makes Home Baking Easy No other aid to the nouaewife 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 tlo Ataa Eo LC. ft. R. LOCAL TINE CARD. 3 BOBTI HCII. a. I Inrlanstt Eiihtm!!.'.".'..'."."!!! IM pal OB fa IMIMrllW L4MIIM ..waas M Ceatral City accwaaMMiatloo MS pa MS Pad oca a aad Cairo mrtnm S.1S sal 191 Pnltoa arroaiadatioa It 0 pa MM Mr Orlraaa apwlal I 0 pat 19 N. O. apre. (LouLTtHe paaw. ool) ) IJIM Janet. ISIS. W.O. Cliwwill, Alt. KISTAKE IN TIE SCBWLI0OI. Could not "Cud' - By AMY M. LONGEST Tm teacher ia lk villaf achool . Va very up-to-date To lean each bran acw faagled rule She labomi lon aaj Ule One Uy He called the Primer das Beginner to recite Ob ape Ring they would never paas. She taught tKem word at eight.1 Outd we the word they (rat had leairwd then to make a teat The t-echrf to pupil turned, - On entailer than the rest. What ia it now John yon may tell....

Publication Title: Record, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The record. — 2 October 1913

ROARK Furniture, WaJlpper, Shades, Moldings Undertaker's Goods: Coffins, Caskets, Robes, Wrapper., Slippers, Grve Vaults. Disinfection ROARK AMONG THE SQUAB RAISERS Many Llttl Practical Hint That Will Be Found of Eapeclal Interest to Plgaon Lover. CTly U M. PKNMNOTf S.) The Runt la tbo largest of tUn ita eon family, but they nro ilow brcid ra. Never feed new grain; It Is pt to cauae bowel trouble. Rye la a grain (hat ahouhl never be fed as it Is very laxative nrI Cable to cauae severe Inteatiual Irrlta'lon ' and death. Hempseed should never be fed lib erally, aa It t very heating and fat tening. An overcrowded loft la both unprof itable and a danger. When the young blrda are about two weeks old the wing and tall feathers generally start growing. The small feathers follow these. The old birds quit feeding their young as soon as they batch out a new pair of squabs. w pair or -quao.. K is a miataae 10 ou.iu me .- directly on the ground. Such lofts are , generally damp and beside, are d...

Publication Title: Record, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The record. — 9 October 1913

XiBICUJUJULIJttLR'IXgJ fl "Record Advertising Muhlenberg County is rich in coal, iron, timber, potter's day, Costs NotHirts. It pays for itself. The investment is Sure of returns. Get our rates. etc. and tri mot invltinor fiM in f tucky for investment of capital and pluck. ! I mr su gxxa,jMxoooQcij;i.yitx)('iiiiii;Wr GREENVILLE, KY., THURSDAY. OCTOBER 9, 1913. 50c. PER YEAR, IN ADVANCF. VOL XV. NO. 35. ftecmm SPRAY OUTFIT HELPS Equipment Necessary Depends on Work to Be Done. Ganeral Purpose Pump Should Be Mad of Braaa te Prevent Corrod ing by Coppar Sulphate Uaad In Bordeaux Mixture (Br It. Q ARM AN.) The kind of a ' spraying outfit to get depers entirely on the kind of praying to be dona and tb extent of tbe work proposed. If on hu a few roue buihea or tomato plants about a dwelling, or even a few amall fruit treee, be can get along wltb a amall hand pump known aa a bucket pump. With a lltUe eitra hoa and a pole, or a bamboo rod. with which to elevate the noule. It la poealble to i...

Publication Title: Record, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The record. — 9 October 1913

I. the RECORD. Ait Independent Newspaper. RECORD PRESS, Ovta Kiel, Causa L. Koakk, President. Secretary. Orien I Koakk. Kpitok. Lang-Ctstacaa Talapkaoa. Na. 72. 04Hc 4a Annex rear ltoark t.UH-e, ground floor. "TTams m yeas, is adyancl TERMS. The ntMM-Hpilon srlr of the paper la para tee iu ttnrc. when Ike lime has crpinrd whir It Is paid, the paper will bo stepped. Card uf tali. ehltuarr notice, etc.. If aol (r-r thaa ten lines, he psbtuhed lro. A charge of or. per una will be made ror succeed ing llaee. No earlaUna of this rule to aurora. Proa earn pie eoplc. will t wtsHM. Adeerttarmrnts will r i..-rv4. A rte rsrd will ba tarnished on mi (Mat. AddresaaHeommuaMret.on etd psw all re luaaeee payable mi KliCi'linrilW. UrwenTilte. Kjr. THURSDAY. 0CT0BE8 M913. Catered at tha OreearllU, Hy.,poatofnre as eecone-elet. mattrt. ANNOUNCEMENTS We are authorised to announce A. E. McCRACKEX an independent candidate for the of fice of Police- Jndffe of the City of tirecnriUe, aulicitinir the suppo...

Publication Title: Record, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The record. — 9 October 1913

A 0 .f if Absolutely Pur To have pure and wholesome food, be sure that your baking powder is made from cream of tartar and not from alum. Tho Label will guldo yoa I Royal is the only baking I powder made from Royal jr Grape Cream of Tartar Ho Aliaa No Unto Phosphate LC. K.ft.lOaL TIM! (AW. HOST! SOTIID. . It LttviaTill Esprraa II U an lot Ctnrlanatl Fpra I M pat r4 boul.Tlllf LlaHu 4.un ava lS Central CUj rcveta.odatloa f. IS pas aot-ra aoo-a. IS Pad oral mi Cairo areoas I. II Ml 11 ration aroaiaraaattoB.. !. pan lot N- OrkM p-lal S.M pat 10SN.O. apae. (Louiarltlc paaar. Ml?) 1.S0 mm Jann a. IBIS. W. O. Cuwm, Ajrt. Matters political are growing complex. """N We are iooa to get our loved Ia- "n summer. - ' ' V John Wilkint, of Drakesboro, re on business Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Dnlii'Moor hve their first child, a fine girl, bo:ii,':l ; '' Vicr, Uva, Mrs. Paul Lan- Sunday morning. Mr. J. H. Hayes is in Iouisville attending the State ' Sunday-school convention this week. Mr. Harry Posf, wh...

Publication Title: Record, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The record. — 9 October 1913

ROARK Furniture, W&dlpper, Shades, Moldings Undertaker's Goods: Coffins, Caskets, Robes, Wrapper.-, Slippers, Grve Vaults. Disinfection ROARK mmm TIME BRINGS CHANGES Our Name i Dy ELLA CYGAN. loflkiilkd REVIVAL OF FRETYY PEONY Old-Tim never Has Experienced Modern Improvement and Decided Renewal ef Its Popularity. The peony ia or.o of the many eld time flower hirh have experienced decided modi rn Improvement tud reTlval rf rorularlty. This la rfcou by the recf-ut rapid rrowth of Ita culture ted by tno Ir.rtrr number of varieties that ere ccnttnntly b-Injt originated ar.d roprKRtd. Eor.'.o of tbe rry ardVnt admlrer3 cf this dpcu tl.'ul flower will be surprised to le.-.rn Th Peony Makes a Tir.a Cut Flswr. that reports -n tills plant clva (la- tcrlrtlfcua of riiffrrtrt varieties. It I?, tov. pvtr, prtnLli')' a tor.terva- , Uve eiatoTut nt to iy lb;t t1:e -cuy Intoreft of the cc.ai.lr wcuU h-3 bet ter olf if afctLt 7i per cent cf lUe varieties m-rre 4 ccarded md further rirojT.gatlcn...

Publication Title: Record, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The record. — 16 October 1913

Record Advertising Costs Nothing 1 f m mTti i x g muiucnuerg isoumy a ? is rich in coal, iron, timber, potter's clay ,3 h etc.. and the most invitinf field in Ken-3 It pays for itself. The investment is ISurc of returns. Get our rates. t 4 VOL XV. NO. Mi. GREENVILLE, KY., THURSDAY, OCTOBER l, 1913. 50c. PER YEAR, IX ADVANCE. ROM) MLDP WASTE IN VEGETABLES GOOD QUALITIE3 LOST DURING EGT8IG PROCESS OF COILING. ft n i 1 t v. ROADS PAY FOR THEMSELVES Department of Agriculture Collects Data Showing Land Value In crease With Improvements. The direct effect that changing bad reads into good roads has upon land vtlu and the general economic wel fare of a community Is shown In sev eral concrete illustrations gathered by the United States department or agri culture. The department has Just Is sued a statement on the subject, based npon a mass of information gathered by the office of public roads. fetch Is Risking a special study of the economic effect of road Improvement in the country. Accord...

Publication Title: Record, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The record. — 16 October 1913

1M PIG ?7l70?0 f?f ss, 0 KH Rll'K. PlI'Mill'llt. Okien L. Koakk, Kmtok. .C3T-j:ane 01".r.- iu Aun.'l r:'' S3 cms rza Yuri, h acyaikl 1 tilt.Mf. Toe Htitmrrip'lnn pn.-r the pajwr t va h' in a.iva-i.--. r.'nt rif n ( hv t '. h.- cj "-.M to vhirl ll . ..i.t. im r ul ulnar f J. I'ir'a tf tUint. . l.ll.lr rut vc. el." . If to! iii,:.-r tlimn l-i. !.. li i'i'ii'.i'-'t frtf. A ell rifr o! V- I'T ;u.t' w il' 1 rilr f. r tu''t f d Ijc Hue No rlllnti of tblxrulr li anfOP. Frvr aiplr coi- ill ! maild. A1rrrtirwr.:s ! Ii.-rteil. A rlffrd will be f urtiilcl in rr.'.-Hl. AditrrHA !lri:riiii'riti ?;r1f ami ninlt all re alliances pt)kb r u lit. U;li l'i;K.-w. " THURSDAY. OCTOBLS I. W3. BalercS at (be t.rernTi:i. Ky.. poi.lflice as second -cibk saalier. ANNOUNCEMENTS Vc are authori-il to siuiniui.ei A. i:. McfRACKKX an wiili-j eni'eiil r::in!i'..ilf frr lln- 'f fie if lVl.v JuV'1 f tl.f ity tin rliv'.lli-. f li. ili: r tl. M'l'i't ! ni'iy viler. Kleeliin Viiider i. r.'it. One of the r.u st tcnib'c f...

Publication Title: Record, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The record. — 16 October 1913

3 IM i-L - ; ... v. v-:.f IF THIS KIND OF ROAD was (he general rule in Muhlenberg, it would not be half as far to anywhere as it is now. Good Roads are worth many times what they cost, as they benefit every citizen of the county, help our schools and churches, build up enterprises, and save time which adds to your years and the enjoyment of life. Gov. McCreary has issued a proclamation urging every man and boy in Kentucky to work the highways on "Good Roads Days, October 24 and 25. Other counties are making great preparations now for this work, and Muhlenberg cannot afford to fall behind, thus' missing its share of the vast good that will follow a full ob servance of these davs. LC. K. B. LOCAL TIME CARD. 0T. BOCHD. a. it Loul.vlll F;pr Ciariaoatl Kxpri-M. Louisville Liiniu-4 . II t5.M . I M m . 4 lm Ctnr lit j uwn modal Ion. Mirra boo .d. its v t:i Mnnto1iititm 134pa t -4 ;. tiviraiiM n4-il J 40 pm o.t mx.- . Louiavlll. pajMT. onl ) 1.10 am Jane. If!. - W.O.CBwrom, Alrt. riancing f...

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 October 1913

ROARK Furniture, WaJlpixper, Shades, Moldings Undertaker's Goods: Coffins, Caskets, Robes, Wrapper.-, Slippers, Grieve Vaults. Disinfection ROARK GOOD ROADS PAVED STREETS IN 2CC0 B. C. Eabylon, Carthage and Other Ancient Cities Took Much Interest in Building Coed Roads. When or wlicre the first road aa built ia not known. ierodo(uruk of a great Egyptian road on UicU Klug Cbeopa employtd 100.000 men for ten years. According to tho his torlan. thla road was built of raw Ive atone blocka ten feet deep, and lined on both aidea with temples, mau aoleuma, portico and statuos. The streets of Uabylou ar said to bavo been paved as early as IJi'O H. C, and sovrtal rll aurfaced roads radi ud to ni'ichbutiug ei'.i- Carthage, before its tall. !n tie c nl r of a highly dtvtlcped n.ad aystew- TU' accicct Trruvianj bad a veiid.rful ayEtem of ustloual rundJ coanectlng all tbe priucljal i-crts of thoir em pire. .HrldRea were abo built by the an clenta ut a very early date. The Eu phrates, at in -by 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. — 23 October 1913

-. .1 ... V -- 3 Record Advertising Coats NotHlng. Muhlenberg County is rich in coal, iron, timber, potter's clayj 'etc., and the most inviting field in Ken- It pays for itself. The investment is ESure of returns. Get our rates. tucky for investment of capital and pluck. i '4 i .t. i I 3 GREENVILLE. KY., THURSDAY, OCTOBER 23, 1913. VOL XV. NO. .17. 50c. PER YEAR, IN ADVANCE. mtwtk V.l -.1 ,1 1 1 m y.i a I er , T . t t w - TAX LAWS III KY. CAUSES EVASION Fresent Unsatisfactory Laws Responsible for Small i Returns Retard Development and Lower Stand ard of Integrity Efforts To Secure Better System of Taxation Haa Been Peraietent for Fifteen Years. Frankfort. Ky. (Special) The ef forte to secure a better system of taxa tion for Kentucky have been per aietent for fifteen years but owing to the Ironclad restrictions In the elate constitution It is exceedingly difficult to secure any change. Tai commission! bar repeatedly been appointed by authority of the legislatures and theae commission...

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 October 1913

THE PJEGGRD. An liideH?udent Ncw.HH?r. rLUaU IIUMD11I T RECORD PRESS, Owia SLkra. PrraldeaU Ceita L. Roaaa, ttarrrtary. Oris L. Koakk. Editor. tMg-0lstm00 ' TlptoTU: 72. Office la Abbcx rear Roark (tore, ground floor. so am m year, in adyarcl TERMHi Tkr eatierrtptlaa prtoe of la paper la pare nt ta advance, and ware the time haa ex aired ee vhtck It la paid, tee paper will be Mapped. Cards vf taaake. obMaarr netleee, rtc.. If aet '"nfer tkaa tee Itnea, will erpunUhed ire. A eaarre af Sc. per Una will be made lor aaei-eed la( linen. Na Tartattea of Uta rate la enoi. Tnt aaa pi eoptea will br matted. Adeertlaeaaeata will be tnarned. A reterard will be farataaad oa rrquewl. Addrraa alleoamnntceMona attd make all ra alUaacee payable te tlKlxlHO PI'K. oreeavllle. Kjr. TBUiSDAT. OCTOBER 21 1113. Betered at tke Oreeartlle, Ky.. poeleBce aa ' aeeoaa-elaea aiaticr. ANNOUNCEMENTS We arc authorised to announce a. e. Mccracken an independent candidate for the of fice of 1'olice Judge of the Cit...

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 October 1913

i. IF THIS KIND OF ROAD was the general rule in Muhlenberg, it would not be half as far to anywhere as it is now. Good Roads are worth many times what they cost, as they benefit every citizen of the county, help onr schools and churches, bnild op enterprises, and save time which adds to your years and the enjoyment of life. Gov. HcCreary has issued a proclamation urging every man and boy in Kentucky to work the highways on "Good Roads Days," October 24 and 25. Other counties are making great preparations now for this work, and Muhlenberg cannot afford to fall behind, thus missing its share of the vast good that will follow a full ob servance of these days. LC. fc. K. LOCAL TIME CARD. sobth men. IH Lnuiarlll Einme .. ll.SSam UK Cincinnati Exprra.... .... I.N4 v I'M Umm.tIII Unit tHl.nl IMOntraJ Clljr nrcoamudatloa T.l&ptn noi-ra nouns. no. iXi Padneaa nnil Cairo urrom..'. S IS am ISI Fallon ncewaimodalion l.4 pa 101 New Ori.-aon .prrlal .: IKI im IUSN.O. apre. (LonutrUle paw. onl...

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 October 1913

ROARK-Furniture, WaJlpixper, Shades, Moldings UndertaJcer's Goods: Coffins, Caskets, Robes, Wrapper.-, Slippers, Gr&ve Vaults. Disinfection ROARIC CANDIED GRAPE FRUIT PEEL o$ &SLSLSLSLSLSLSLSLLSLSLSLSLSLSLSLSLSI&LSISL HALTER IS VERY CONVENIENT -One Shewn In Illustration U Adjust hit end It May O Fitted to Pony or Largo Hor. A halter that will fit a small pony or a large horse It a useful thing to Tiare In the stables. The one Illus trated here Is made from a single length of rope. A loop (A) la f pi Iced at one end, and fourteen Inches from this a second An Adjustsblo Halter.. loop (D) Is spliced. The whole length of rope Is then passed through the strands at the splice (B). and tho end put through the outside of loop A and on through the loop B. The halter Is then ready to put on, the loop Tai ia by the rcpe between A and B Hattar Arranged an Horse. going around the nose of the animal. and the larger loop mad by passing tho end of the rope through A and B goea over the ...

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 October 1913

BXXX2KSXBI3SEK1 -Record" Advertising Coats NotHIng. Muhlenberg County is rich in coal, iron, timber, potter's clay, felt pays for itself. The investment is etc, and the most inviting field in Ken- .1 (Sure of returns. Get our rates. tucky for investment of capital and pluck. aiM.mtia.'mii.s m hr,, m ny.yu y s VOL XV. NO. 38. GREENVILLE, KY., THURSDAY, OCTOBER 30, 1913. 50c. PER YEAR, IN ADVANCE. i 1 i - i t :') , . i , . i , . ...... fi ,i . . . ' V ! m " ... ... i - - ' V t J1 -V.. '-; . i florficulfufdl lAdvicci FAILURE OF TREES TO SET Trouble It Due to On or More of $ev - oral Cow Many Varieties Ar Self-Sterile. IP W. W. RORHIN8. IVpsrtmrot of Botany anil Forestry, Colored A art cultural lolWr.) Tb fallur of orchard troaa to aet fruit. In aplta of th fact that an abundance of bloaaoma waa produced, la dua to on or trior - of aeverml causes. These ara aa fotlowa: Self 8terUtty Many rarletlea of ap lea aad pear are eelf-aterile. That la, they are not capable of eettlng krult proper...

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 October 1913

THE REG0RD. lit Am rrn-irntii tri'imd4T i ?f CORD PRESS, OariaKv B. Cun L. Sottt, Pn-aldrat. Hectrtary. Okiem L. Koakk, Editok. W v ft lng-Olitar.co Tiltptona. Ho. T2. Office in Aonri rvar itoark (lore, croucd rlo.tr. VOTE FOR i . i i r . t i -I 'i .'4 ',-.1 ... I 50 (IMS TER YEAR. IN ADYAKCL TBRMH. Ta aalwrlTXIoa pri- of lb ppr In !? tea la art tiw. and wbra the ttmr bviplrr4 to wak-a tt U paid, lae paper will a aloppvd. Caraa t taaaka. obllaarr otlra. W..Jf aot rf lhaa tea hne. will bpahlUbed A caanra of be. pr Una will be aaade for aueteed IbcIIbm. Na rarialtoa at tbiarula to anjroaa. Tt aaaple eopiaa will be mailed. AdeerttaaaMmta will aa Innerted. A rata rard will ba furnished oa raijuaaV Addraaa alleoataanlrattou and aie all re alitwm parab.a to fcaxonn rHKHn. Orernelllr. Kj. TBLESDAT. (CH HC IKWl. lateral at ta Oreealll. Ky.. poatofflrr aa aaovad-elaaa aiattar. ANNOUNCEMENTS We are authorize! o annouuee A. E. MtCRACKEK an Independent cainllUte fur t!e of fice f riliee Jmlpe o...

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