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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond daily register. — 18 January 1918

M JEDAEL.Y Established 1865 52d Year No. 41 Richmond, Madison County, Kentucky, Friday, January 18, 1918. Single Copy 5 Cents MEET TONIGHT TO DISCUSS FUEL ORDER 1 President Turley, of Chamber of Commerce Calls Meeting of Local Business Men. TVip .rd.r of the National Fuel .Administrator for the closing of manufacturing industries ior a penoa oi nve uap - Mondays tin jviartu curtailment of other business ac tivities during the Mondays mentioned, is the sole topic of conversation among business men and citizens of Richmond. In order that there shall be a o-h understanding of the matter. President R. E. lurley, of the Richmond Chamber ot .Lommerce, has cauea a inccLiug jstrators and their representa of the business men of Richmond tives specincaiiy authorized so to to be held at tne court nuuc t 7:30 to night Friday when Mr. C. C. Wallace, ruei n" tor for Madison county, will be present ana a iun ana irec uia- cussion oi tne oraer aim n u- fects upon business here win oe had. All busin...

Publication Title: Richmond Daily Register
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond daily register. — 18 January 1918

-I- it I January Clearance Sale Begins. Saturday Morning the 12th V.' aci...!; ;:wraKssSJ VuiL? V.'L Lii? Lsis5K8WEca!ai.i iwiaEHmKaa&a aiLMxxaea s&,Jsu?S:-3aEtkf aiifra .iis 'm-nxfZi' m y pfJfS P jpij g p The Entire Remaining , IS nM i a 1111 I Great Clothing Sale New, clean, honest Winter Suits and Overcoats to be sold. You no doubt have attended sales galore, but when it comes to legitimate merchandise nothing ever happed in Richmond that bordered cn the magnitude of the strictly highgrade Hand-tailored Suits and Overcoats that will be thrown upon the market in this Sale. We show everything new fash ionable styles and exclusive fashions. MEN'S FINE SUITS of all Cheviots, Cassimeres and Wors teds, new styles in new Fall and Winter mixtures and solid colors at prices that will make you buy. r ...(' .-V..'f -. ?31 ft - lifW The Daily Register, Richmond , WINTER STOCK MUST GO If PRICE WILL MAKE THEM GO It is a clearance of every garment in the house and likewise includes surp...

Publication Title: Richmond Daily Register
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond daily register. — 18 January 1918

The Daily Register Richmond, Ky.y Friday, Jan. 18, 1918. Y ichmond Daily Register A. consolidation of the Richmond Climax, The Madisonian and The Kentucky Register. Iiblished Every Week Day By THE CLIMAX PRINTING CO. Incorporated Entered at the Fostofiice at Richmond Ky., as second class mail matter un der an Act of Congress of 1875. Subscription Rates. In CitV by Carrier per week -10c Uy Mail, out of town per year$3.00 strictly Cash in Advance. Prompt Pay Is The Life of Credit Moe than this it is one of the lu'st tonics for business debility, one jfjf the surest "reducers" known for bloated living cost. livery dealer who does any credit business should give earn est thought md effort to prompt collections ju'si as much as to rapid salesj And this is particu larly true at the present time. The first part the part in quotations points is taken from a suggestion put out by the De troit Credit Men's Association. The rest is original with the Optirr t : Did You Ever Think of This? "Most...

Publication Title: Richmond Daily Register
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond daily register. — 18 January 1918

The Daily Register Richmond, Ky., Friday, Jan. 18, 1918. NATIVE OF MADISON LIVED ALMOST CENTURY Jesse C. Williams, Born Here in Richmond, Passes Away in 111., at Age of 98 Years i f M ' t: i -f v. hc; i-rr - 3 liter ;ri THAT MANY SERVI CE STARS IF UNCLE SAM NEEDS THEM. You Can't Rub It Away; Rheumatism is in the Blood Liniments Will Never Cure. If you are afflicted with Rheuma tism,vhy vaste time with liniments, lotions and other local applications that never did cure Rheumatism, and never will? Do not try to rub the pain away, for you will never succeed. Try the sensible plan of finding the cause of the jw.-'A, and go .after that. Remove the caue. and tliere can be no pain. You will novei- be rid of Rheuma tism until you cleanse your blood of the germs that cause the disease. S. S. S. has never had an equal as a blood purifier and scores of sufferers say that it has cleansed their blood of Rheumatism, and removed all trace) of the disease from their system. Get a bottle of S. S. S....

Publication Title: Richmond Daily Register
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond daily register. — 18 January 1918

The Daily Register, Richmond, Ky., Friday, Jan. 18, 1918. 1 FISH and Oysters Dressed Rabbits Dressed Poultry Neff's Fish and Oyster House First Street Phone 431 Social and Personal Camouflage. A lady applying near-color to her cheeks. A gentleman wearing an obes ity belt. A young couple suddenly dis cussing music when someone un expectedly enters the room. A false hood and wide fenders on a Ford. Having yourself paged at a hotel. Explaining why th" food at Thompson's or Quids' agrees with you better than fancy cook ing. Stenographers carrying' lunch music rolls. Exchange. Six O'clock Dinner. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Prewitt Chrnault were hosts at a beauti mi! mx o'clock dinner Monday .. "ling in honor of Lieut. R. R. P.urnam. Jr,. and Mrs. Burnam. of (.'amp Shelby. Those includ ed in the invitation besides the guests of honor, were Mr. and Mrs. Y. P. Millard, Mr. and Mrs. Preston Smith. Mr. and Mrs. Earl Curtis, Miss Elizabeth Blanton, Miss Annie Mae Walker and Mr. Spears Turley. A very ela...

Publication Title: Richmond Daily Register
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond daily register. — 18 January 1918

The Daily Register, Richmond, Ky., rriday, Jan. 10, 1 ; MORE THANKFUL LETTERS CUT FLOWERS FLORAL DESIGNS CORSAGE BOQUETS OUR OWN GROWING SATISFACTION GUARANTEED Keller :: Florist : Lexington, : Ky. MISS MARGARET PHELPS Our Agent For Richmond Received By Red Cross From Army and Navy Boys. OUR B USINESS IS Nl BF.CAUSL you can get what you want when you want it. : : BLCAU5L our prices are just as low as the lowest. : : : - BECAUSE we fill your orders and fulfill our promises. : : : : : ovington-Thorpe Co. Another bunch of letters of ap preciation for the generous Christmas bojces sent out by the Madison County Red Cross Chap ter have been received "from sons of bid Madison who are in the army and navy. The Daily Reg ister wants to print every let ter possible from the boys who are in the service of their coun try, and is glad to have the op portunity of publishing these, which are as follows: December 26, 1917. 3.ed Cross, Richmond, Ky. It is with great pleasure that I am able to thank...

Publication Title: Richmond Daily Register
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond daily register. — 18 January 1918

The Daily Register Richmond, Ky., Friday, Jan. 18, 1918. Make Your Stomach Your Best Friend and As Near to You as the Nearest PHONE 1 Ma Is right there with Service and Quality. Best stock of Groceries, Fruits and Candy, Field Seeds, Oats, Corn. Save every! hin, waste nothing, so call 35 or 42 and "We Will Do Our Be't." BE SURE TO CALL Sheriff's Land Sale For Taxes In accordance with the Statutes of 1, V. B. Benton. Sheriff of M acti on co.. Ky., will sell for cash to pav the delinquent State and county taxes for the year 1017, now due, and unpaid, on the property listed in the name of the taxpayers as shown by the Assessor's books of Madison -county, so much of said property as required to pay said taxes, penalty, interest and costs now clue by said taxpayer. This sale will be held on MONDAY, FED. 4, 1918 at the front door of the Madison county court house, between the hours of one and three p. m. V. B. BENTON, Sheriff Madison County, Kentucky. WHITE LIST Richmond No. 1. Adams, J. ...

Publication Title: Richmond Daily Register
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond daily register. — 18 January 1918

WHY WE CALL OUR HOUSE THE i IHI O Fvfl IE V J It' is HOME you like best Itis HOME where you get best treatment It is HOME of the best organization. It is HOME of the best light. It is HOME of the high prices. THERE IS NO PLACE LIKE HOME Come with your next load and make yourself at HOEUiE at the HOME TOB ACCO WA REHOUSE Incorporated RICHMOND, KENTUCKY A LcmaKv GUARAESTSED 'fci Think of It. Mr. Fat mer.here's a remedy for hoff cholera s5SS?:V-?J-ncan you afford to take chances against hoj? cholera St&iiKSWwhen you can eet this remedy on suuli terms? hii&Mv Bourbon Eton ChoSern RernGdv iSiiPJSKif iBthpon'vrcmrvIv ever i:it no that isKuniT.aNvHoenreanil prevpnt hnr rholora. -7e-ft.;i?st:f.y lt ;h-c wRrR bptt-rin"n any or r t VA ? -ir Bucn ttfltron'rijuttraiufe. yunn, M.i CURE for Efog r known r'm!Mly, or it tfiiuM iot bobolil ou (ial'.on .'.-'. A t AH t-Tu.THts. ROURBON PFMFDY COMANY, I.t-xiTnon. Kv. Sold By H. L. PERRY & SON. Richmond STOCKTON & SON, Richmond J. S. GOT...

Publication Title: Richmond Daily Register
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond daily register. — 8 November 1918

7 Michmob Daily ! STEE ! f Jed 1865 52d Year No. 292 Richmond, Madison County, Kentucky, Friday, November 8, 1918. Single Copy, Five Cents megi rman Delegates Confer withfoch UltUl Offensive Will Not Stop Unless listice is Signed at Once Revolts 'Break Out in More Enemy Cities KOCH KKJECTS GERMAN PLEA LONDON, NOV. 8 BULLE TIN MARSHAL FOCII HAS REJECTED A GERMAN FRO I'OSAI. AN IMMEDIATE PROVISIONAL SUSPENSION OF HOSTILITIES. HUNS WANT TO QUIT FIGHTING IMMEDIATELY Paris, Nov. 81:37 P. M. An of licial notice issued lliiii afternoon says the German deleft arrived this morning at Gen. Fodi's hendouartera. They made a formal demand for an armistice. The text of the condition uf the allies was read and delivered to them. I hey asked for a cessation of arms hut were refused. Tim enemy has 72 hours in. which to answer. It was later announced that the German demand was for an immediate ces sation of hostilities. COUNCIL GIVES $100 TO ASSOCIATED CHARITIES City Fathers Endorse Appointment of Mi...

Publication Title: Richmond Daily Register
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond daily register. — 8 November 1918

... . , - ,,hv KeuiMe, j r.ir.iv. k'oiitiiflv . November 8. 191 8. -I , crsmt rwrwsiw, Cr o o o o & & & & a Jones, of Ci Parents, Mr. Ill's city. I IJearinnpr, relatives h rothy Terry ttond the ' h, given "' Benn Isabel Den ville Tues in the cil Washing 'on of JI0 the Army. Mrs. Kin Mr. Fri his schooi rning goi. ' Shaker! their car. Tickels I leave Ti i'-, to be he Natio ' -lubs, an to Atlan 'I Opera. Proctor ister, Sir !e Frenc lor sistei it week a shcraft i s been t Shearer ool and w bill on J rooks an ity condi ret Chrli at the ( 'Imore, c F Miss S . iday evi l Lilly ?d the i 'ening. Ph M !th for J am is ir. 5r came iter. T. O xt week cc went tiTiou J"in his company luzara. n returned to Lo siay. 1 WH return from las had a snln y much improved rratifyinff to his "an, after a few ids in this city, lo Saturday to 'e 'ha been as 'or dut and 1 st : ?ichm e.l. 1 ig and Louisi ?ter t ?ster, : milles, J. B k'ht, 1 Dyk tttie B xingU d son 1 cont grs thi ion n it to ers. M...

Publication Title: Richmond Daily Register
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond daily register. — 8 November 1918

y P b (1 a 3 l ESTATE FOR SALE lham County Farms -160 acres: z suny, m i V .. 1 1 alnnnta mn. tHrcnt't ' n-e houne, hen house, ser- Splendid Tribute To ' Stalwart Madison Boys The Lexington Herald Sunday had four nhntna anI ih fnllntifiniv utaII ln , iiri? four "p,endid youmj 'f, ncingd; everything " ' "'""""n: condition; mm nice timber, l our sons of C. F. Park.Sr., of ,h sugar tree, oak, etc.; iRuhmond, are in the service of thi ..ily in grass, blue grass, clo-VnileS stntpg. A1, 0f them were for- ifjwZi; -rnt8,of Unirity of .ui-ings, P00' Bno runniiiR j Kentucky, in Lexington, and promln " abundance; located on a lent in student activities while then'. 'l'ki Farm can be divided :jhe members of this "war familv" ,. farina to advantage. Price , nlv Captain C. F. Park, Jr. am-. ljnm.es Tark, Smith Park, and George iil.llmm county farm; 102 ,E park ToYbam. "'M: Cn'n " one of the nos, '.((I, smooth lund, grass and popular members of the class of '' i ion. luiatcd on good pike, jof the ...

Publication Title: Richmond Daily Register
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Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond daily register. — 8 November 1918

The Dally Regitei. Richmond Madison Count). November 8, 1915. of I ifits, M city. 'atives iy I:rr r.i the driven - &fr.r be! Ef Tu the ci whiw-t i of Uc 1 Arrr.y rs. Eli '.7. !i s j.hoc n? go Shaker :ir car. F'ickels leave 1 to be f Natii Jbs, a 0 Atia. Opera. Procto Ur, 1 Frc-n T BihU week hcraft been ?heare 01 and ill on ooks a !y com rt Chi at the Imore, Miss iday e Lill) i the 'ening. eph ; :th foj am is ?r can ter. r. T. xt we "(re wi join ' Has on rel '.J psday. ' . -n will return fro : ' i has had a spier ry much improved gratifying to '-' (, "man, nds j He K for i irt ai m St Rich tied, ing a f Loo Ucter heste irsail! r. J. rflfht es D tfattfi Lexin and i nil c ings illion visit agen )!a M Jburn lost -etun ard eral cr S ative. wee If was i pn Jrcen ivas t I Mo ke is ift- Richmond DtOy Renter N w - When the Skin Seems Ablaze With Itching and Burning There's just one thing to da ;tieprop '" ,hr"si , l a- U'trr? tf..ti cm is ity ytr, snng wck3 i:.. ;. :vt( i?oi !-a ?v bn v....

Publication Title: Richmond Daily Register
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond daily register. — 8 November 1918

1 fhe Daily Register, Richmoti d, Madison Counly, Kentucky, Novenher 8, 1918. m KEEP YOUR SHOES NEAT Snwfl SHOE POLISHES 1 Newby very I ?SS?JDRESEHVE THE LEATHER SSS FTT iiisasasi KI'L,ALl-tY c.'Wommk)n;,.ltu. bum alp y. t . a Social and Personal VI r. John E. Sexton spent Thursday in lxingtoo. Mr. V. A. Iecr, of Lancaster, wait Maitor hers Monday. Mr. T. M. Wells, of Hazard, wan i.. re this week to cast bis vote for Manley. Miss Kate Brown is spending a few .lays at Rice Station this week with f ne nds. Mr. James Shearard of Wolfe coun ty mule a business trip to Richmond r'nday. Friends are glad to see Mr. Charles GIRLS' PAINS AND WEAKNESS Yield to Lydia E. Pinkham'. Vegetable Compound. Thousand of Girls Benefited IP'llH'MHUIim St Louis, Mo "When I was only it lean years old mother had to put me lo oeo. every munui for twodaystjecauw I sutlered sum pun. 1 alio sullend from a weakness and mother took me tn a doctor but he did nothelpme. finally mother m s f e me take Lydia tA Pink h...

Publication Title: Richmond Daily Register
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond daily register. — 8 November 1918

.he Daily Register. Richmond. Madison County, Kentucky, November 8, 1918. To the Farmers of Madison Co. I am here describing just a few farms located in Oldham mm& Henry counties, that are limestone and highly productive food, that will grow any crops and are good ones. Desirably Sweated in one of the best tobacco sections of the state, and improved. Why pay $200 per acre for land when you -an get it at these prices? They are just as advertised. I tberefore ask your consideration if in the market for a farm. A line farm of 585 acres, (rood lime- two good tenant houses and one of the tpae land, well watered, under splen-, best frame dwellings in the county of 4i4 fenrine;. and good improvements. .8 rooms, 4 halls and 100 feet of veran tirrtra good barns, 4 good houses, in-' da, two (2) good wells and all out-fwefing- splendid 10-room dwelling, buildings. This is a very fine farm On good road, 3 m'K from Eminence, and has been well cared for by pres- ua4 4 miles from New Castle, i...

Publication Title: Richmond Daily Register
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond daily register. — 8 November 1918

? -, Ihc Daily Rqdsto, Richt d, MarlLson County. Kentucky November 8.1913 JIALTH TALK J" fnt f church there and above uyur a uitin inscription r ii-uninK num in the year of Our 15M INFLUENZA OR ORIP 1 16 " It looked something- like ( . .... o,m. two centuries old, too. We left there w by uu. .. o-wn. ;uuoui a wei'n alter our arrival for a i. i.h n. ...I- .J1FI ,","rtJ1: .'". Upon reach- " ' LZ ,V " our destination, we marched , we iigm r u.u ur . germ, over the hills until we came to a siim i,.iitupagoodO(?ht,andnotbe nn a post "Croix Routro, Americuine The mliiieiiia ruus a very nnei Hospital No. : towards thn r.i rr when the patient Is careful, and of ome builIii.Kd we marched on and p Die system in good condition finally came to tlie rows of clean look lW,,H the poison which tend to jK whitc brick or th , ale within ourfliodies, we can which lav the citv of ;iJ tlie disease. Keiueiubcr these C1, ..,,, ' ... , I...,:.,n ..Naith. a eie.it .kin ' : " uie nioun .. -- . uiniB. itatner...

Publication Title: Richmond Daily Register
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond daily register. — 8 November 1918

if In trouble." If .nn -.. A CLEAR COMPLEXION Ruddv Cheeks Sparkling Eyes Most Women Can Have Says Dr. Edwards, a WellKnown Ohio Physician Dr. F. M Edwards for 17 years treated scores of women for liver and bawd ailments. During these j'eurs he gave to his patients a prescription tnvd? t:i :i i j well-known vegetable i'l'cJ '.: with olive oil, n-';iiinf; r n I -. Olive Tablets. You will line .v i . . their olive color. These tablets are wonder-work. ;jc. .... Nver and bowels, which cause a normal action, carrying off the waste and poison ous matter in ones system. If you h ive a pale face, sallow look.dsill eyes, pimples, coated tongue, headaclies, a listless, no-good feeling, all out of wrli j inactive bowels, vou take one of Dr. Awards' Olive Tablets nightly for a time and note the pleasing results. Thousands of women as well as men ' take Dr. Edwards' Olivo Tablets the suc cessful substitute for calomel now and Iikii just io keep ill ule pink ul tuiluiiiou. 10c and 25c per box. A...

Publication Title: Richmond Daily Register
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond daily register. — 11 November 1918

ffifi is: B l865-52dYear No. 294 RirKmnnrl M,X. P ....... I ... 1 ... M l .. Z I 1 T. : SH ?! i '"g. but, ,,,t"1 sir, ACHES dr. wwmrt iv,iiiULAV. iiuvc rr I I I 1 I n mrr a I niMi h nr. -v H - " I ...... . i,v-sp Mplis J, i'-'lp rid' - ULi m -fi ll -J) , -'j if lln : ermans Sign Armistice at (Associated Press Telegrams) Washington, Nov. 11 The World W$ir ended at 6 o'clock this morning, or 11 o'clock s time. 1 he armistace wa$ signed at TOidnightr Official announcement of this was made" at the State Department at 2:50 this morning! k bfTicial anonunocmenl was made verbally by an of- lie State Department in this forme "n ic armistice has been signed.' It was signed at five k a. m., Paris time, (or 6 o'clock a. m. here). lie terms ti the "armistice, it was announced, wll not until later. Military men here, htwever, regard it from France and r3clgium and Alface and Lorraine ming and demobilization of the German armies, the ion by live allied and American forces of such st rate- Is in G...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond daily register. — 11 November 1918

A CLEAR COMPLEXION r'-f r mi trouble.' Ruddy Cheeks Sparkling Eyes iMcst Women Can Have Sayi Dr. EHa, a Wdl-Eaowu Ohio Physician Dr. F. M Edwards for 17 yean tr-? scnres of wcrr.en for hver and fcv aiunen3. Durx$ these jvra ne 3 U3 p.irr.T3 a pr :".i:-,?:f:i tr.. weii-known V' v;et.iii-i i -v Wita oiive cil. r. : -l : r. I OUve Tablets. Vca -vJ fc their oi.ve cr.ior. These rabies ire wcndsa Kwr and b-weia, wh: oos matter to one' If you h:iv in, Dailv Renter. ttufeon Countv. Kentucky . November 11. 1918. f - T 1 What shall he carry to tonight Your Boy out 'there in No-Mans Land? OUT in the open, across the border of No Man's Land, the Soldiers of Cheer are going tonight In their packs they are carry-J ing the comforts which your fighter wants. In their hearts they are carrying a message of cheer and hope. To the most advanced positions they are crawling with those little things which loom up big in France their bars oi chocolate, their 'dgarftisTeirTollsoi cookies and cans of fruit Y...

Publication Title: Richmond Daily Register
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond daily register. — 11 November 1918

'I SUFFERED SEVEN YEARS" the sympathy of many friends is ex- inoea. ine interment will take place wi. iv. ivrmfl aaiuruay.' Wai Eventually Cured by Lydia E. Pinkham's Vege table Compound. Philadelphia. FaCI Jsvven lorn; yuan with K I I .:,; II 'I I m it f it."-Mrs I Misses tva and Spicey Perkins en tertained a number of their friends Thursday evening ut a Hallowe'en I social. The hours were delightfully spent. Present in their Hallowe'en costmues were: Misses Mildred Illev ,in, Kthel Douglas, Lydia Kruiier, j l.p.die Hunter Vcrna Douglas, Florida irrjzirr, i.iuran uoruon, Mattie r ra FUfTerKl for -,: ii, , I.loyd Lowery, Raymond Grin's, Wilhert Howard, Robert Klevins, Igo l';rry, Kdgar lingers, Itava Kinstcy, I'reMon lingers, Itobert Sharp, James Whitlork. Kdgar Yager, Willie Young, le ss.' Pointer, Charles Hogem, John Pointer, Lewis Kanutzar, .Shelby """.".y. Win. Irvine, Frank Wiseman, Hoy l urioii, On,,-,, Johnson, ."o'Mie Alfred fem-las. Ix-wis Peyton, lnm back. irreijuJnrities ...

Publication Title: Richmond Daily Register
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond daily register. — 11 November 1918

Tbc Daily Register. Rkhmon d. Madison CwntyJCwituriv . November 11 , , Don't Let Catarrh Drag You into Consumption Avoid Its Daneerous Stage. There is a more serious stage of Catarrh than the annoyance caused by the stopped-up air pastures, and the hawking and spitting and other distasteful features. The real dinger comes from the tendency cf tl-e ti-ne to cont!r.-.:o its course rlQ""...-l un:l the !ars become : timn drc:1. ! cnnsUTrn': 1 i, i . ' -:r ir.th. Y"'" own erperifnee I s tat'-lit yctj t'.r.'. tiio uiaea;e cannot be cured t". sprays, inhaler, atomizers, jellies and other local applications. S. S. S. has proven a most satisfac tory remedy for Catarrh because it iroe.q liirect to its s.iurce. and re moves the germs of the disease from the blood. Get a bottle from your rufrcist todav. and heptn ti?e only iopical treatment that pives refcl .re nts, lou can oDiam spec.ai meuiim !vico wi'hout charirt i.y writing- to "'-lrn! nrector, bw:lt t-auora--., Atlanta, (ia. v.vr hoy and g...

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