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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Kentucky register. — 27 October 1916

We Print All The Home News Thai's f'l Tc Print. Vol. 5I-Published Weekly. $1.50 Per Year RICHMOND, KENTUCKY, OCTOBER 27,1916. No. 31 SW ANNA D. LILLY, Editor ' c5 rr7 - ... ----- i. i SALUTATORY. "I hope I come as no unwelcome t-ucst at your warm fireside" afire hicle where, for no many years I've found my wayi and what matters it it in ValeidVopic fashion mine editors h:ve chanfred. Isnot a rose by any other name u. s-crt ? - And so, I say unain, when the lamps are liithted and the curtains drawn and the family Kather 'round the fireside, I hope to be still in your nwlst. To be sure come with some degree of trepidu tion but still with a feeling of con fiilcnce in your friendship your sym pathy for after all have we not one aim, to bring good tidings 7 And to, in this month of all months, when the earth's bounty has been stored away when in richness and tieauty she's clothed in russet and rrimnon and gold should not nur hrarts be filled with a song of grati tude and praise? Should w...

Publication Title: Kentucky Register, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Kentucky register. — 27 October 1916

THE KENTUCKY REGISTER KENTUCKY'S GIFT TO BEREA COLLEGE ADVANCE OF KY. CRUDE OIL 5: . j'us to Opera ests Made. NO ILLITERATES IN 12 COUNTIES CHESTNUTTING BUIL2iG 'S E'S5 :- : fo v:lsj a;vn cr - - e MOLNTA.NC.a a S C ; V 40.100 ADULTS HAVE BEEN , TALGHT TO READ IN TWO I AND A HAL." YEARS. .V. AV- '.'A Vkv.V. Y- V-V BUILT AT CG3T CF S:3,G03 WORK WHO IN LESLIE COIM, 't 1 S V.:- s- 3 a--,-, to 7 W .'L !: - ( s I - CITY CF CONSHNZA, ON BLACK SEA, FALLS ROL MANIA'S GREATEST AND PRIN. CIPAL PORT OF ENTRY SEIZED BY VON MACKENSEN. k-. S'.i:. :r -i-l trri cf prvei la re- a- -n 3M Many """-. " V ' , ; : a::''n -:n-',rkb-iv. V--'-:' ' - ? .-zt2"5, ' i.-- itS-::is:-..ii-ti:cr T:z::m r.T.-siw v .r : T.S sr J J , ! a r. r.f ,ef p h-, lx:.-..i-.ki. Ky -T-.v .-.mis: ar "" ."" . 2""""T. i" ::. i-r siy in th- . -r.-...s f,,, 0- r.i, v. a ..r Mrs., i Q ' X S O .a-t. .!,;r.:aa and W!. -.ts ,-.,ra v:.:.-a iar. a. a-.i. nled' V V - .vr. i -...j-s ;a 5.H :;.mi jiaJ ; .hl, w- CuaTa:;i-n are. she f fi ' wiLK ...

Publication Title: Kentucky Register, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Kentucky register. — 27 October 1916

THE KENTUCKY REGISTER CONCEALING THE BIG BRITISH GUNS IS KILLED MOTOR AMBULANCE WHEN YOU NEED Furniture Carpets or Matting; To make your home attractive, then is the time to see ASSASSINATION OF STUERGKH OF AUSTRIA WAS PURELY A POLITICAL ACT. j r ... J ' w. .. ' . . . M r -.-..'.y,M-. .1-. TWO OTHERS WERE WOUNDED Socialist Doclares Alter Arrest That He Murdered Statesman Because He Refused to Convene Parliament Rioting Reported In Vienna. .,v. llrltl. k I. .. ... i ..it.. -..i MIK mo uamuieriiu' in (ii-romo uii. )... j ...... wflNtwrirk bt'liiK thrown up In front of the iru.. m iri;. V."i".i.V." """Ar"."".W '" ,,tsu,ry- z verdure to nmk.. it .mm,,,,,..,., u- ,....7, ' "' " . "". ur. vuua ure covered BUILD A SUBWAY TO VERDUN FRONT Tunnel, 45 Feet Underground, Leads to Within 300 Yards nf Germans. AMERICANS MAKE THE TRIP Hew York Lawyar Narrowly Escapes Mots as Ha Views Trenches Tunnel Cook Was Formerly Chef to an Ambassador. Verdun. Just Bunt of lure, lu the fun-st f ArKimiie, ih. re...

Publication Title: Kentucky Register, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Kentucky register. — 27 October 1916

THE KENTUCKY KEGISTEK V ' '.1 TT i 1 . n 1 11 l os ri uas biore fm I I f I ' Ii A I i lie r GENERAL BUSINESS CONDITIONS il"ivm I'unnV Review) 1 1. V .M. STOC K EVERY THING IN Fall and Winter SVIer chandise Our Stock are Complete. Our prices are as low as possible for quality. We will make good all merchandise sold as first-class should there be trouble. We will be glad to see you in our store. We will treat you cordially whether you wish to buy or not. Come in look us over. Hamilton Bros. Very Respt. unci.ard in ar,y imr-ortuni par Thore a continuous good j n-tui! nv'veiwnt anl li'.e volume ol j the su'x- is larpe. The dr-mand for eaonab'f wearing apparel has ex-par'K-d. ovine to the influence of cold wfatlipr, and there lias ben a brisk triple in clfthinp. millinery. f-K'tv.ear, etc. I'HILAI'ELrHIA No check to prtn.-s can be perceived in any di rection, retail distribution of fall mer chamii.-e showing' steady expansion, while wholesale orders, both for prompt and future delivery, ...

Publication Title: Kentucky Register, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Kentucky register. — 27 October 1916

THE KENTUCKY REGISTER snle nl llir S Sl.lllll III , nnrlli :t 1 1 I l.y Indian I ublic Sale OF FAREV3! T1IK I'MiKliSHiNKl) WII.I, ON 'ednesday, November 15th, 1916, Sale will 1"(t' Hi lo o'clock prompt tin- premises, to lite highest ami lies! 1 1 i 1 1 1 r I lie .1. A. , .. . r.. 1,-1, ..,,, I.', II,,.,- I K I.. r iiirin i'" ...".. .t iii n I' . i I- V'lll llll-lll IW l.lllltllll till! ll-ICl niy. ru'i" . , ',. ,.ie-ter ulKl .liii'Ksiin reny 1 iKe, iiih.iii nine niiii , lii'-tfT, ami is ImiiimiIimI mi the u est l.y sai.l pike ,v tlie lulu Is of Siimiii Slietirer uml on tin' smith k'liml I'oivtuiiis 7 Acres, More or Less. f irm is fertile, ami lias on it u iimnl six -mom l)VKI.I.I.(i . ...!, 1 .....I .,,. I.. 1 1 1 , r improvements, inciiiiiiitg a line n-liunl. '1 'lie farm is con n.nt to school anil Hinreli. t tlit" siinie time anil place will sell one-lialf interest in nt forty arrea of com in the shock. Tliere is u line imp of ( .,. ,, the burn mil It will noi i.e oncreii lor sale...

Publication Title: Kentucky Register, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Kentucky register. — 27 October 1916

THE KENTUCKY REGISTER 'J bad pr-1 that tfciy I -My daruV! My darlla': T of ,-ur !u'" "ervh-e. wbu Ijittr ' safe you're not hurt?" he ir-i --d WIFE TOO III reached tbat pla.-e it ! been f.,r top, the j.w r nrmn about Kb'wH rei.r uf t. ItnMst, nrM i.ut 'immense tenderness. SWSfllOOL Lesson !!) '' " ": A lid I'm Oer iT:tt ni of Tha-ik God!" ie . "Toll me what news fro- ft f; -'it-'" he de'.;aTid"o.. .it s roll . ' "in :p !. rg iil'el Itie c lUr'h Witt - -e TO .eeli fo.'oeo tl -:r n m- v v: . Mp.! sal, nk utit.l t:,c I'll It y 5 S 1K IN BED MOST OF tJ Her Health Retoredkv!,. FOR SUCCESS WITH PIGEONS i 1. 2. I I 1 , f'l Votl " Ittit ', lie s n RUSTED STnA'.V FOR FEEDING die .' Vlsl s'.e taw Ill r- Var.ety of Good, H;td C-! M Is Essrn t l Not Advitatie to Feed B.rds on Wet Ground. ' t - V ' .i' LESSCN' FOR OCTOBER 23 Value Cen-:"t.'. Eft' :-trd by Eirrrmente .-n a'd Otl-er Compound. - 'i 1 ". '; .;.-'. : -C .Vft JTtAt AJS!E- IV'E .alt. s "f Hi, mus-i : we . hat: ( Mi ti r of v. h.tli lire...

Publication Title: Kentucky Register, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Kentucky register. — 27 October 1916

1 THE KENTUCKY REGISTER "i.v of 1 11 I t:-. ' : in t of-. !-- li FOR HUNGRY CHILDPEN li Inve Skinnera Macart,n ..ghetti because of lis dcllcloui L is goon tot '' J"" ,. iiii-m nil they want. It lii a I'cl.T of I"1""-' "'"1 UlUSC'lc, Ull'l make ili-"i nervous and Irrl ',- in'iit. 1 lie must economical ,' ii.iu food known. Made from -i I uiriini wheat. Write Skin Co., tiuinlia, Nobr, for heuu- hooL. It ' 1 U ..--Adv. T.iking "Census" oi oirum. I ,,ite.l fclutca biological aurvcy miking lu tlilril annual count . tilth Ha' nlil of volunteer cnu- rJ over tlie country- Ear ,i,,r undertake to count tlie , f lireeillim pairs t each spe. .ut.d on a selected area of 40 anil the count actually eon- ii enumeration of the male i.,imd In the course of a few nornlng recoiiiioii.m.r.cc!:. ',mm -. s thus ohiiilneil estimates ar ,,; ;he bird ioiulatlnn Id the va- M-i-ilium of the country. This ! survey Is milking a special i , , ,,i,mIii stiitlsilcs from the - ,! desert and mountiilii region u . st, ...

Publication Title: Kentucky Register, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Kentucky register. — 27 October 1916

THE KENTUCKY REGISTER Worth Careful Thought Do you read the label to know whether your baking powder is made from cream of tartar or, on the other hand, from alum or phosphate ? Royal Baking Powder is made from cream of tartar, derived from grapes, and adds to the food only wholesome qualities. Other baking powders contain alum or phosphate, both of mineral origin, and used as substitutes for cream of tartar because of their cheapness. Never sacrifice quality and healthful ness for low price. ROYAL BAKING POWDER CO. New York "THE HIDDEN JOOI.S." Mrs. Aubrey Cosar. writing from the Huirliea Alliance t-prcial train de luxe, or as Henry Watte ron says, "au jrrutiri, conime il fiiut tie rryupur et cetera," has this to say: "Iniiie the .-tatkin, at carefully planned intervals, were yount? women bearing banners with anti-Hughes sentiments inscribed, and so much has been said about the jewels, furs, feathers and general opulence of ex penditure of the women traveling in the Hughes special ...

Publication Title: Kentucky Register, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Kentucky register. — 16 March 1917

fopitai CI, We Print All THE nOME NEWS That'i Fit To Print , , ra on u "dock .. 1 The Very Best lob Printing at the Most Reasonable Prices e I,-,.;: " j T"IofU 'OUI'I la- , ! . . " " si s,att ., " ti $2.00 A YEAR 'ten. RICHMOND, MADISON COUNTY, KENTUCKY, MARCH 16, 1917 ANNA D. LII.LV, Editor No. 1 e. l ra Is Th y ii Ol R AY o2n DAY ol&K 0 V-lv T GREETINGS TO uu EVERYONE. MAY THE CHOICEST BLESSINGS BE YOUR LOT FIFTY YEARS AND TWO Friends with me you've idly wandered, down the yeari now fifty-two Thro' the sunshine and the shadow, still together, 1 and you. Dost remember on the morning when to you my message came, Up and down each printed column there was mention of some name, Of some name to you. so cherished, but today, where are they all ? Like the leaves and flowers that perish; they have gone beyond recall; Still the memory of their lives has been mellowed by the years, . And the record of my pages, brings alike the smiles and tears, liera, a Un tube was trn and the hearts an...

Publication Title: Kentucky Register, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Kentucky register. — 16 March 1917

nuactewceed BY ROBERT AMES BENNET, (otvUiOM IT BRWNfc HOWFU. CO. Tnndprvyn bit his llj. "NV.wl romp nWuiK?" Murlp IfHikod up, lux ojvr full of tin- I did unt think tlmt of yrm. Itrle. Flow run I lea vt1 him hen nlmie? Vmj tinve never seemed to relle Mint 1 ciiiin Imck frmn nttuwn I u 11- I wished to tie wtUi him. Kven lii'foiv I wwii to convent I muw riie iniiis in him Mint you pep, but ulxn I wiw s.une tiling iiiorc the mun that he rnic.it "HVO lii't'll." "Pon't Imiipino I'm nsklnu .vu tu give liitn up." Vnndervyii Impelled to illsi-lnlui. "All I suKtrcst is that we take our honcyiimiin trip iilnii'." "And leave I'ei-e with no one to cook for him leiive hhn here! Can't you Hiiess wli.it wiiultl hnppen? Within A w,4-k a fortnight nt the utmost he would nmrry the ynuncesl und liest cook within reach, ft hrced ulrl hy pref erence most likely Charlie's sister." Vnmlervyn winced as If cut across the face with n whiplash. "No not :t'r:" he utimitnered. "That it would he Impossible : She ...

Publication Title: Kentucky Register, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Kentucky register. — 16 March 1917

THE KENTUCKY RB'GISTER 3ca r: ' K TmAM s Climate is Delightful ou GULF COAST I DURING MARCH AND APRIL ifijoij the talmtj air and sunshine in this eitcluiiiting J 1 i n Pl,, AU n I. fl.L . -il HO VI UUWCTJt "J qvm v Low round trip fares, and SOW, Tickets to New Orleans and Gulf Coast points via Louisville Nashville R. R- permil tide trip A. For illustrated literature, schedules, etc, apply to Imal ol ilia LouUvllIe tV Noitvlllo R. K. or Mm f R. D. Piueu,, General Pcuicnor Ajnt, Louisville, Kij j siPS; f I A(UM'i:.MKXTS 0 i olr lor annoai centrals ire tor District ugl ti IIJ OO; tor leasly (Hires llH.aO ley (ily nd Prcciscl (llicrt SS M. Jeare nutliurieil In announce the .win candidates for Ihe var'ous e:";ineiillonrd, subject lo the acllun v' (tic lirinocrnuc party, for fount' Olllces, I'flmary, Aug. mi KIIK KKl'KKSKNTAJ-IVH Waiter 14. Tarli S-OH. HHKKlKr l.ong Tom Chenault (. V . T. Doaihorage Mimeon Torpln Pete Whltlock FOK JA1I.KB (I. W. Ik-nrinitei A.J. Hmsihlus. Morgan Taylor Aa...

Publication Title: Kentucky Register, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Kentucky register. — 16 March 1917

((.' V i II A s Lexington tyle Show THE k-adint! merchants of Lexington will co op erate with special dis plays of newest Spring Merchandise in their .stores. Men's Wear Stores and Wo men's Apparel Houses will display the newest Spring Styles in garments for every occasion by means of Week Beging Monday March 19 LIVING MODELS Monday Tuesday Wednesday Evenings 7:30 At The D STRAN Full Hour's Style Show Music . Songs Special Pictures Tickets 10c THEATER East Street home in Bell Court. . - The house decorations consisted of , spring flowers, which were u-f throughout the rooms with artistic ; 'ect. The tea table was adorned u ita joinquils and the yellow color m "t f I wan emphasized by the yellow can't'--.- j ; which were used not only on the tah ' but throughout the room. 1 MisB Yancey was assisted in- t'.e hospitalities by Mrs. Hogan Yara y. and those present besides Miss Ha.':,:i-! ton were: Miss Klla Hamilton of t: i- ; city; Miss Elizabeth Waddy, Wari-n ; A iUon, Dazey Moore Port...

Publication Title: Kentucky Register, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Kentucky register. — 23 March 1917

II . i f I i W. Print All THE HOME NEWS Thai' Fit To Print m The Very Bent Job Printing at the Most Itcanonable Prices mtwt If -' - I, . ft 'i. It P it !f: I I ? t Li L. kk. Vni . No. H2 Pi ni.isnrn WtTk-i v ...... . ' - --- j . A It, A It RICHMOND, MADISON COUNTY, KENTUCKY. MARCH 23, 1917 ANNA D. LILLY. Editor NO. 2 Congress Called In Extra Session For April Second War Expected To Be Declared In A Short Time HKKK AM) THKKE. If you wunt ynur K''niu rrconiz rl. all yipu havf to il j to die. Your itHiii will immediately Ink rank with the t.liail anil the Innh I'uUto. 'OUR HOURS." Washington, .March 16 -The I'nited Mate wnt to 'n. t'arntnza today it formal notification that it cannot li.trtirinate in the proponed Tan American concert to cut off munition and food hipinentft to the Kuroiean N'lligcivnU with a view to furring peace. Janir W. (icrurd, former Amba iailor to Germany, emphatdzed Uie nrreity for military and naval pn? patcdneM on the part of the I'nitvd ."UiU in ail addrea in ...

Publication Title: Kentucky Register, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Kentucky register. — 23 March 1917

I w (( be . ; , llt ..... ... tr -r us, v- .4 . - v,r- .V? ft tXTv ' iSi'v; . . u: w v, to pereem tie .,... to kj tia w-.-i rtre.-eit pi V,; Av- striViffi?'?.; Vivi v r -. ' -x .- -t:; t vn'.r j. ' ' ' ' ' ' i L.....-l. "OS Hi . ' ; . imc .yi A; ; .. ' rf th-t Pm ii t- - r : -' '- 'h c :! tv.-r.'!-t-?ea- :r-t other it. '.a c.-cli '-hat 'tM yi-5 ih-.'Uiht ir-- ;p ii.:o 113 I "w l' (THE END.) -.it: t 1 ute A ' 111 I ciwii!: H a i.rt, cirri i:r.! H i :tt tJ oiier triy aad tt twi'd la C. i Universal Service. Certain-teed stands for universal service. In every part of the world you will find Certain-teed products "doin their duty", in'all kinds of weather and under all conditions rendering Universal Service of the best kind. Certain-teed V 1 Mafr'f Wonderful Remedy for Stomach Trouble. ONE rXJ.SE WILL COM1NCE i'.-v t.r-'i. fc:t to LlI xtxt i r.n: h:f TtJ rri ' i.t'.f v t-y.;ful ts I- -I c.'Z A ).. -J. If- t . -t 1- 3 r.'.i-r tiis ir-rriL He w.:J r.-!? tiri t ta-ri-r ft:: tUa ti. n-;'-f--...

Publication Title: Kentucky Register, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Kentucky register. — 23 March 1917

THE KENTUCKY REGISTER , Cliinota Is Delightful ou GULF COAST DURING MARCH Fjijoij the Lalinij olr and sunshine lii this eiickaiitliid Km J of flowers. Plau golf or juw. Low round trip fares, and Tii Lots io Now Orleaiu and Cull Gxirt polnu via Loulsvlllo N.hvllle R. permit elda trip to Pttiuacola at alight cat. lt illustrated Iiteratuia, tcMuloi, etc, apply to Iiiral It.j;. ,ilollvM ol tii Loulivllle &" Nosnvlllo R. R. or addle R. U Fuieu,, Caudal PnMiitor Ajjout. LouUvllle, Ku, J l Xt KUKNTS Li rittt I innaii rcwslt are Itr District uliifn $15 00; lor Couily allkf 110.10 In, and I'rmncl allice. IS W. ,. :ni' :inllioheil lo announce the wli:c f.'i iii I iilatcM fur Hie var'oua i iniiuniil, nuliject U) the action ,,, i; .. a nine party. r r .miy Olllcwi, rrlmary, Auk. 1!U7 1 Hi KKrUKMiSTATIVII alter IJ. rark H.K SIIKKIKP Lung Tom t 'henault i, XV. T. Heailierane -i m Tnrpln r,lo XX hltlock Knit JAII.KK t;. XX'. Ieariner A J. HruHililiia. M.ininn Taylor Viron Sharp i hi. H. Kiiuer...

Publication Title: Kentucky Register, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Kentucky register. — 23 March 1917

I THE : j?wial ;utu personal : It.- With Thi-m !. t.ndriid the stud.-i.ts of Eastern . t. Normal all'! Madi.-"i In.-titute. Wen DEATHS. ith ! Ml ;la.; "He with them yet Lest they f..rir.-t-!i-.-t t!. y tWc-t Thte n.'uly rich vhr uM unuM bo Maliitiu' boast of "Anci'.-tp Whfli fad. thrn- was "nn tre.-" at all. If m ni'iy .-ervrs anl I nr;iH. IlUt lU-t a piior ni l Unrthlc-:; i Who'd flritik awhile ami then !' n Whih' on the n'trn tho tti-r .-h.iv. "Here's w hen- you coim to tr't clothes." Now "i-lothes is clothe.-," ami n inp more Its no (linyrace tlii bt'int: pour The tiling that's so ati-uni ami w ak Is just to see some siily freak Forever sharmninir v hat "hr aint 'Tis just enough to make out fii'.t. It may be now, she .-pruni; from h: A fjoodly tiling witlnut the 'Mope" Hut oh! if he just p! iin v,ci!l be I'll.- p .rlois f t' .!! il.enr.it v kip;: w ill the hours 1 h'a-i-.t i-l p church hav I f.r the occasion bo U ft urwlone to from wen t' ten, ne.x for the yountf .Mrs. J. S. Hase...

Publication Title: Kentucky Register, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Kentucky register. — 13 April 1917

We Print All THE HOME NEWS That'i Fit To Print The Very Best Job Printing at the Must Reasonable Prices Vol. No. (52--Published Weekly 2.00 A YEAR RICHMOND, MADISON COUNTY, KENTUCKY. APRIL 13, 1917 ANNA I). LILLY, Editor NO. 5 anna EM5DUUD T ITOS What "State of War" Is. A "declaration of war" by one na tion URiiiiiBt another is outright an nouncement that one intends to wae war on the otlier. The declaration in formally sent to lUe enemy's govern ment L'hually the responsibility for the war in such a case, lies with the nation declaring it The United Stated has rn traced in four foreign wars, but it v.is never declared war in any of these cases, nor has any nation ever declared war against the United States. A "state of war" was declared to exist in 1812 with Great Britain, in IS 16 with Mexico, nnd in I8'8 with Spain. A declaration of independ ence brought m the -r of " A "state of war" means that the country recognizing tueh a condition believes it has been attacked and war being ...

Publication Title: Kentucky Register, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Kentucky register. — 13 April 1917

f IV m to 7 iia.i.a....a..a.a..'..awma " I Ai:- ixK rmmri 1 jL" o ? f&f&liir'-K. c'Ks-iv JsEte" wift, " isVV 'J'T ..... . YOU WORK HARD 1AIIPV IWIIaa I. iAn w. tr rurt iuuK r ' BANK II TIJEN IT WILL Sa3i. ' -WW.. ISN'T IT POSSUM, K FOR YOU TO UlTIIIVK YOURSELF OF SOME LIITLE VN.VKc'ESSAliY EXTRA VAGAXCK AND START A BANK AC COUNT WITH THAT MONKY? YOI! WORKED FOR THAT MONKY- IT IS YOl'lt.Sj WHY LET IT GO TO HELP SOME OTHER MAN' S FAMILY? IT IS SAFE IN' Oi l! HANK. OCR HANK TAKES AN INTEREST IN ITS DEPOSITORS ANIi IIKI.I'S them. COME TO 01 R BANK State Bank & Trust Co. KICH.MoNl), KENTTCIvV. Alhambra - Opera House FRIDAY: VITAGRAIMI PRESENTS Dorothy Kelly and Evart Overton in "The Money Mill" An intcrostitur story of a Kill'.- honesty nml honor. Iluuhie Mack in "Lone some at Any Place." A ruuntry life stories alsu. SATURDAY I1I.IE KIItD I'l.AYS PRESENTS Violet Mersercau in "The honor of Mary Blake" Also MRS. VF.ltNON CASTI.E IN "PATRIA," dtii episode. Its bietfer, better an...

Publication Title: Kentucky Register, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Kentucky register. — 13 April 1917

THE KENTUCKY REGISTER, FRI DAY, APRIL 13, 1017. The Climate Is Delightful oa GULF COAST DURING MARCH AND APRIL Enjoy the Lalnitj air and sunshine In this enchanting land of flowers. Plaij golf or tennis, motor, fish, sail or row. Low round trip fares, and convenient train service. Tickets to Ner Oilcans and Gull Const points via Louisville eV Nashville R R., permit lido trip to Fensacula at slight cost, Fu lllustrnled literature, schedules, eta, opplij to local representatives of the Loulivlllo & Noshvilio R. R. or addtess R. D. Puseij, General Pcsscngnr Agent, Louisville, Ku 3 9 I THE KENTUCKY REGISTER, Established 186 ii.W PER VK Alt IN ADVANC E Anna I). Lilly, Editor Phono 8 RICHMOND, KY., MAR. 30, 1!U7 AXXOUXCEMKXTS Osr roles tor anns-ai centals irt' lor Dhlrk' ollk-ti I IS. 00; Isr Caaaly allkri 110.00 lor City ana Precise! sltlcrs IS t0. We Hre auttiiirixeil to announce the following candidate for the ar'ou oitiees mentioned, subject lo the aeliun of the Democratic party. ...

Publication Title: Kentucky Register, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Kentucky register. — 13 April 1917

An Faster Wedding at Cropper. Although the KastnrtMe was some what chilled by the unusual rain and snow, th kIooiii was dispelled in the quiet town of Cropper when Mr. John Walker MeKinney, son of Mr. and Mrs. J. R. MeKinney, and Miss Eliza beth Elsie Carson, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Edward Carson, of this city, motored to the residence of the offi ciating minister, l-v. It. L. Kiddell, and were united in the holy bonds of matrimony. The bride was very handsome in a tailored suit of (fold and carried a bouquet of American Beauty roses. The wedding was a very quiet af fair. Those present were Miss Bon nie Proctor, who accompanied the cou ple to Cropper, and Mrs. K. L. Kid dell, cousin of the bride, and Master ttobbye Loan Kiddell, Jr. Mr. MeKinney is a very enterpris ing youn,' business man and is a member of the Wells & MeKinney meat and grocery firm, Miss Carson is well known and is very attractive and an accomplished young lady. After a few days visit' with rela tives and frie...

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