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Identifier: Boone_County_Recorder_Vol_48_1922
Title: Boone County Recorder
Year: 1922 (1920s)
Authors: Boone County Recorder
Subjects: Boone County, Kentucky newspapers
Publisher: Boone County Recorder
Contributing Library: Boone County Public Library
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thespread of the disease. Green cropsshould be kept growing in the lotawhich also should be limed frequent-ly. « Employ man t For Country Woman. Many country women feel a desireto take up little enterprises of moneyearning on their own account Somedo very well in making householdknick-knacks, conveniences, snd lit-tle art objects. If a person has srtistic teste, she csn find delightfuloccupation in such ways snd oftensell a good deal of material. The women or girl of more ordin-ary type csn also earn money byraising some good product. A greetmsny hsve made snd sold jams andpreserves and canned stuff. Millions of .women earn pocketmoney through chicken raising, gar-lening, butter making, etc. Any coun-try woman who wants to have herown enterprise can find a market ifshe will advertise and turn out agood product. A literary critic says that Poswrote stories from a disorderedbrain that will live forever. Howwould you Ifke to have a brain—ev-en a disordered one—that will liveforever?

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NORTHERN KENTUCKYS GREATEST STORE. Willi Jane Almost Here,Cones lie feed forHew Summer Appareland Home Heeds. ■ Summer is officially ushered in on ©the twenty-first of June, but of coursenobody waits until the last minuteto outfit themselves with fresh, crispSummer Costumes, or to selectSummer comforts and work light-ners for the home. These verythings you want on hot days arenow being shown in complete displaythroughout the store. And remern-bcr, that not only the most attract-ive merchandise is presented, but alsoextraordinary values—the valuesthat makes shopping at Coppinsreal economy. r 0ppplos; THE SATISFACTIONS OF COUNTRY LIFE In cities people look at brick wallssnd paved streets snd their heartsdry up from lack of beauty and var-iety. In the country the fields sndflowers snd woods, the trees sndwater courses snd hills constitute sgreet pageant of beauty that in-spires and elevates. It is sometimes said that countrypeople get tired of their beautifulscenes That is sometimes

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