The Cadiz Record
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In 1898, the newspaper was purchased by Henry R. Lawrence in partnership with George H. Pike. Later that year, there was a fire at the building. After purchasing new printing equipment, the name of the newspaper was changed to the Cadiz Record.
- "Cadiz Record Staff". Retrieved 2008-08-03.
- Connelley, William Elsey; Coulter, Ellis Merton (1922). Kerr, Charles, ed. History of Kentucky (Google books). IV. Chicago: The American Historical Society. pp. 462–463. Retrieved 2009-01-19.
- Pettingill, Ubert K.; Wetherald, James T. (1899). National Newspaper Directory and Gazetteer (Google books) (Seventh ed.). Boston: Pettingill & Co. p. 216. Retrieved 2009-01-19.
- Connelley 1922: 462.
- Connelley 1922: 462. "Henry R. Lawrence has proved both through his paper and in a personal way a resourceful and influential advocate and supporter of the cause of the democratic party.
- Kroll, Harry Harrison (1965). Riders in the Night (Google books). University of Pennsylvania Press. Retrieved September 3, 2009.
… the Cadiz Record, a county newspaper that had fought steadfastly for justice in the tobacco wars.
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