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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond daily register. — 4 September 1919

Hie Da3y Register, Richmond, Madison County, Thursday Afternoon September 4, 1919 "Co-operators!" There are three parties to each "of your telephone connections: you, the operator, and the party you call. v All three must co-operate Jo insure the highest quality of service. YOU co-operate for good service when you look in the book first and make sure you call the right number. THE OPERATOR co-operates by giving you the desired connection quick ly, accurately and courteously. THE PARTY CALLED co-operates by answering his telephone bell promptly. . ' ' . ' ALL CO-OPERATE for good service by speaking clearly and distinct ly, and by practicing telephone edurtssy under all conditions. . ' SOUTHERN BELL TELEPHONE " AND TELEGRAPH COMPANY OF KENTUCKY, Inc. Mrs. Walker Hisle and daughter, i extended visit to relatives near Louis Miss Virginia, have returned from an I ville and Winchester. Sale Thursday, September 18th AT 10 A. M. . 209 ACRES FINE FARMING LAND known as the Stagner Bros', farm...

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. — 4 September 1919

The Richmond Daily Register, Richmond Madison County Thursday Afternoon' September 4,191 9 . i i i t Richmond Daily Register . fti. SALFLBk. Editor d Pwjrieft Bntered at tne poatoff Ice In Richmond m second class mall matter under Act of Congress of 187S. ' (tabsertptUa Rate. Per year, by mail out or city. M.0 Six months by mall out of city 9I.90 Three months by mail out of city fl.00 In city, br carrier, per week 10c One month by mall . .. 6c Subscriptions are strictly cash-In -ad-Tance to all and paper will be. stopped promptly when subscription nas w plred. Redeeming No Man's Land ' No Man's Land, that desolate stretch in France which lay so long under the storm of guns, ib 1 being transformed under the di rection of the French govern ment into a tract of forests and orchards. Old stumpsre being blown out, rubbish is being clear ed away, and the ground made ready for a new planting. The 'government is bearing all the expense and trying to encour age the farmers whose fields and o...

Publication Title: Richmond Daily Register
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond daily register. — 4 September 1919

! . The Richmond Daily Register Richmond, Madison County, Thursday Afternoon' September 4, 1919' t 0 SOCIAL and PERSONAL Entertains for Visitors . Captain Curtis P. Park entertained with a water melon feast Sunday af ternoon in honor N of Miss Kreger, Miss Gregg and Miss Metcalf, the house guests of Miss Elizabeth Tur ley. ! After a social hour in the Park's home, the party were guests of Capt. Parks for -a delicious six- o'clock dinner at Boone Tavern, Berea. In cluded in the invitation were: Miss Lela Kreger of. Cncinnati, Mr. Neale Bennett, Jr.,' Miss Elath Buchanan, r, Mr. Campbell Whitsitt of Middles- boro, Miss Zelia Rice, Mr. Smith Park, Miss ' Elizabeth Thomas, of Lexington, Mr. Harry Bice, Miss Alice Metcalf, Mr. Douglas Chenault, Miss' Mary Allen Deatherage, Mr. William "Collins, Miss Louise McKee, Mr. Spears Turley, Miss MargaretGregg, of Lima, Ohio, Captain Park, - Mis3 Elizabeth Turley and Mr! Lucien Burnam. ' . ' i- - LeCompte-Beard Announcement of the approaching marr...

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. — 4 September 1919

In II ill :yt ;.i, ;-: AND U W WeSelltheEarth A' u a u r a i I I . i i t if i i aj onrv - X-JLAJULA U U ' I jyi fe Sell the Earth Now in position to locate you at DANVILLE, KENTUCKY, the garden spot of the world. Where Land, Stock, Crops, Health and Knowledge is the magnetic point of the universe. Where Bluegrass grows the tallest. Soil the deepest. People live the longest. Stock the finest. Schools the grandest. And on feday, September 6 and Wednesday, September 17 -10 O'CLOCKTWO DAYS we offer you absolutely at your own price the most desirable SUBURBAN PROPERTY ever offered adjoining this thriving little CITY with a national reputation. 350 eies in Btdlding Lots, Track Gardens, - 5maM r arms, tar g er r aims--any . size yop want Improved and Unimproved DANVILLE is the "growin'est" town in Kentucky. Not only Boyle county but surrounding counties are tributary to Danville. The Home of Center College and Kentucky College for Women, Graded and High Schools. The very best railroad faci...

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. — 4 September 1919

the Richmond Daily Register Richmond, Madison County, Thursday Afternoon, September '4, 1919 HIGHEST PRICE GETS THE a The farmer like everyone ; else wants the highest market price for his products. He wants honest weight and test when it comes' to selling cream and he wants to deal with a - concern that plays fair in all their dealings. He ' gets all of this when he deals at pur creamery.' This week we are paying 54c Your patronage is solicited with a guarantee of satisfaction assured in all of our dealings Merchants Creamery (Successors to Nerples Creamery) ' MRS. J. C. BRONSTON, OPERATOR Opposite Zaring's Mill More Tobacco Sells High R. L. Thompson, of Scott county, sold to 3. Stone his crop of tobacco cut and hanging in barn at 65 cents a pound to be received when stripped at the bam. Mr. Stone also bought of N. G. Wood his crop of tobacco at 70 cents a pound. These are said to be exceptionally early and fine crops. Some few early cops- of tobacco are being cut and housed in Mon...

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. — 4 September 1919

r .v., X ' 3 - . 1 ..y The Daily Register, Richmond, Madison County, Ky. V Kentucky, Thursday Afternoon, September 4, 1919 "4 jji WE HAVE PURCHASED k nS $40,000 worth of Certificate of IKff , Indebtedness of the U. S. Govern- vPj ff ment bearing 4 1-2 per cent inter- . Vr Itr-yflj est and due January 15, 1920. - VaTf flgmmJf If any of our customers and - Ifj all friends desire this investment, we liannnil lCll W'U e fckd furnish them a't IrPnvJ par and accured interest. 4 MADISONNATIONAL UNCLE JOHN SHEARER'S SALE DATES Sept. 1 The finest 25 Big Bone Poland China hogs for Taylor White. ' Sept. 2 133, acres for Mrs. J. C. Bronston. Sept. 4--Douglas ,oung's 100 acres. Sept. 5 John Barclay's per sonalty. . Sept. 9 G. C. Clark's' 83 acres, land and stock. Sept. 10 I. J. Forbes land and stock. v - Sept. 16 Moore Bros.' 83 acres and stock at Union City. Sept. 17 343 acres land and stock of Mrs. Margaret Noland. Sept. 18250 acres of the Q. Royce land and stock. ' Now if you want me to make ...

Publication Title: Richmond Daily Register
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond daily register. — 5 September 1919

D:oJl(DIHlEfl(D)Kl HI) UDMht Mil BTES, Established 1865-53d Year No. 235 Richmond, Madjson County, Kentucky, Friday Afternoon, September 5, 1919 Single Copy 5 Cents DEMOCRATS SPEAK TO PEOPLE OF STATE Magnificent Platform Is Adopted By Convention Leader From All Sections Confident ; Madison county's, delegates to the Democratic State Convention returned home Friday morning, enthusiastic over party prospects for the .November election. They say that the state platform con vention was one of the most har monious and enthusiastic in the history of the state. As for the platform whichwas adopted just before midnight Thursday night, it is a ringing declaration of prin ciples and purposes, . which the people of Kentucky will be com pelled to endorse and approve! No platform of any political party in many a year has been so preg nant with assurances to the peo ple and taxpayers that, the party which has adopted it, will work solely and singly for the good to the greatest number. On every si...

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. — 5 September 1919

The Richmond.Daily Register, Richmond, Macjison County Friday Afternoon, September 5, 1919 I AM GLAD TO ENDORSE PE-RU-IMA Glad to Try Anything "Three years ago my system was in a terribly ran down con dition and I was broken out all over my body. I began to be wor ried about my condition and I was Kind to try anything which irould relieve me. i'cruna was recommended, to me as a fine blood remedy and tonic, and I Boon found that It was worthy at praise. A few bottles changed my condition materially and In a short time I was all over my trouble. I owe my restoration to health and strength to Peruna, 1 Dm s;lnd to endorse it." " Sold Everywhere Was in a Terribly Run Down Condition ' f",-ii Mlns nickn Leopold, 288 Layco St., Menasha, Wis., Sec'y Llederkranz. Miss Leopold's letter opposite conveys In no un certain way the gratitude she feels for Peruna. Liquid and Tablet Form Richmond Daily Register H. M. UDFLBi, Kdlter and FnwMM Entered at toe postoffice In Richmond as second class mail...

Publication Title: Richmond Daily Register
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond daily register. — 5 September 1919

,- I o lev -ft Danger Lurks In Summer 'Foods For Babies - C VERY mother . knows the evil effects of summer beat oo cow's milk. This danger is equally great to all foods unless carefully kept in a cool place away from insects. Bad food loses its nourishing value. It causes constipation and diarrhea. These are at best always prevalent in the summer time. They depress the mind and weaken the body, and may cause more serious illness. The first precaution is to see that the stools are regular and normal. In tlys case of babies and children, if less than twice a day you may suspect constipation; if more than three times a day, diarrhea. A retaedy is then X) Ce Perfect SOCIAL and PERSONAL Delightful Dinner Mr. and Mrs. Elvada Tudor were hosts to an elaborate dinner party, at ter Sanders of Edenton, Ky., Mr. and their home on Broadway, Sept 1st I Mrs - A- Hendreh of Cottonburg, All the good things of the season, : Mr- and Mrs- R- A. Tudor, Mr. Ray were served in the most attractive mond Jne...

Publication Title: Richmond Daily Register
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond daily register. — 5 September 1919

The Richmond Daily Register Richmond, Madison County Friday Afternoon September 5; 1 9 1 9 item Pgn thc Cco.Wibocmann Co. y - -Sfl XZ3Y'" u ITS WIEDEMANN'S is tn the dM Phone 509 BOTTLING WORKS i Afex. Mellinger, Prop. RICHMOND, KENTUCKY The shopmen are voting against a A United States grand jury in Chi strike and the aceptance of President cago has begun an inquiry into the Wilson's terms. packers business. . $90,000 r f?7 n ri iP'W'fffi Sep. 2 STAKES ll&A Oct" 10 purses PSiSSgSu ., I "I G00DL0E SALE I? GETS GOOD PRICES v Judge John D. Goodloe, Sr., sold hid farm at White's Station , about 10 miles from Richmond, at public sale Thursday, and realized satisfactory prices from the sale. Col. Goodloe plans to move to town where he will make his home, and. will be given a cordial welcome by his many friends. The farm was cut up in tracts and sold seperately. The home place, con taining 412.25 acres was bought by XI, E. Moore, of that section at $150 an acre; another tract of 72.12 ...

Publication Title: Richmond Daily Register
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond daily register. — 6 September 1919

. : iMiiii TTTY.'. WSuSSJ-i U tlx I - irUG .1 IF EstabHslie.l865 - 53dYe?r VILL HAVE J0,DQ SOMETHING BETTER " If They defeat Tlip Great la . strument, Say President of Opponent of, Treaty' (By Associated Praia) ' , Kansas City, Sept. 6 The spe cial train bearing President Wil son and party arrived here this morning.- .-' Led by a band and troops, his par- , ty left the Union station in an auto- mooiie ana paraaea inrougn me nixnnin uikAtut aIuiahh ItlnA n BlflCCM, WUC1B UiCOlO glTCbCU uuu w convention hall As the President appeared on the platform with his . wife the crowd arose and waving email flags cheered for" two minutes. The President in his address covered many of the same points of the treaty he had discussed in his previous ad dresses. He called it one of the irreat et documents in human history7 and Serted It is "shot through with nerican principles put there by com- n consent of the world V The Lea- of Nations covenant he declared substituted arbitration and consulta tion...

Publication Title: Richmond Daily Register
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Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond daily register. — 6 September 1919

the Richmond Daily RegisteiRichmoiid, Madison County, Saturday Afternoon, September 6, 1919.. 4 m 0) An M h .J.-' P IF! ON I MERCER C0U1TI 5 SETS - ALL ADJOINING OF 1 MS II lit 111 II I II II III llll II II II I II II IV If U KZ 13 V Ui U U U 9 10 O'CLOCK These farms belong to S. R. Wilder, his sons and son-in-law. On Danville and Shaker town pike. 6 miles Harrodsburg, 3 miles Burgin, 2miles Shakertown. Long level frontage on two pikes just opposite Shawnee Run Baptist church. Farms will be subdivided and SOLD intracts from 20 to 200 acres or will "Bunch" two or more tracts just to suit the bidders. ..... j.. .,, ... - . . IMPROVEMENTS On one tract 2 story, 7 room dwelling, halls and porches, basement, Delco lights, water works, also hydrant in barn, lots and garden, stock barn, 3 tobacco barns, 4 room tenant house, all outbuildings.. Beautiful lawn and ave nue with shade trees to pike. i ... ANOTHER TRACT 7 roombungalowi garage, stock and tobacco barn, level ; front yard, shade tre...

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. — 6 September 1919

The Richmond Daily Register Richmond, ; Madison County, ihe Kichmond Uaily.Keterchmond, Madison County, Saturday Afternoon, September 6, 1919 OPERA HOUSE TWO NIGHTS, MONDAY and TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 8th and. 9th - THE VICTORY BELLES proocnting "A Prince for a Day" arid "A Hot Old Timo" THE CHUMMY, SK1PPY, TRIPPY, DIPPY, MUSICAL COMEDY lVlk OF THE SE V V ONE SHOW NICHTLY. PRICES 25c d 50. ALHAMBRA , THEATRE ; WILL BE OPEN MATINEE AND NIGHT, MONDAY AND TUESDAY special . VIVIAN MARTIN IN THE HOME TOWN GIRL" PERILS OF THUNDER MOUNTAIN AND LLOYD COMEDY TUESDAY Maurice Tourneur in THE WHITE HEATHER," the Great Drury Lane Melodramatic Success MAX SENNETT Comedy "NO MOTHER TO GUIDE HIM'' SOCIAL and PERSONAL Entertains For visitors Mrs. Samuel Hisle entertained With a delightful swimming party in honor of Mr. and Mrs. J! red Kogers, and daughters, of Independence, Missouri. The guests included Mrs. Willis Hisle, Mr. and Mrs. Rogers, Misses .Edith and Elizabeth Rogers, Misses Emily UlacK and uuz...

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. — 6 September 1919

' V .The Richmond Pally Register; Richmond, Madison County Saturday Afternoon, September 6, 1 9 9, - vi.l NOTICE , ; ta , A Special. Representative c or the KlMSlfl eiauonngm will be at our stove --'flat" vi..' p.. .iii 'i-i.'r-'.w.tT - September 12th aid 13th with a complete line Full Length Samples all the latest shades and colors v See the goods in the Piece. Fit, Quality, Workmanship Guaranteed. WAIT FOR THE RIVERSIDE HAN Very Respectfully HAMILTON BROS. aiid Sale As Administrator of the estate of Lucretia J. Cotton, I will offer at public sale on the premises, on Barnes Mill pike, six miles from Richmond, on Wednesday, Sept. 10 N : At 10 o'clock a. m: The following described property: One farm containing 1 55 acres; to be sold in two tracts then as a whole to go for best price. Tract No. 1 Consists of about 40 acres, with good two-story frame dwelling, storehouse and blacksmith shop, tobacco barn and other improvements. Tract No. 2 Contains about 1 1 5 acres. Also has good two-...

Publication Title: Richmond Daily Register
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond daily register. — 8 September 1919

w r Established 1865 53d YearNo. 237 Richmond, Madison County, Kentucky, Monday Afternoon,' September 91 9 " 'Single Copy 5 Cents 7 AMERICAN LEADER . WELCOMED HOME General Pershing Given, Joyous Greeting As He Lands At New . York Early This Morning. . , (By Associated Press) New York, Sept. ' 8 Amid the din of thousands of factory . and ship virltalAo fliA TTnifAfl fifnoa Rtofim. ship Leviathan with Gen. John L. Pershing and his staff on board, docked at Hoboken early today. As the ship came up the bay, guns boom ed a salute and thousands of per rons, lining the shore of Long Island, Brooklyn and Manhattan, shouted a greeting. When the Leviathan warp ed into the pier the assembled crowd trave a tremendous cheer. General Pershing stepped ashoreH at 9:10 o'clock. Waiting for him at the ond of the gang plank was .secretary Baker with hands out stretched and :n aa address he wel comed him on behalf of the United States. Gen. Pershinsr and his party board ed a patrol boat and crossed the...

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. — 8 September 1919

Hie Richmond Daily Register Kichmond, JMadison. County, Monday Afternoon September 8, 1 9 1 9 Taking Care of OurStove Business Having been handicapped in our Stove Department' for lack of suffi- .; cient display room, we have just finished work on a 20x40, storeroom at the rear of our building and are now prepared to display our beautiful . , line of ' ' WW Stoves and Kanff es They have been lined up in splendid order and can be seen to good ad vantage.The salesman will be pleased to show these stoves and tell oft the wonderful advantages. Now is a mighty good time to think about heating apparatus for the winter . You may need a KITCHEN RANGE or perhaps it will be a HEATER for the hallway. We carry the best Stoves and Ranges on the market and would like to submit our price before you buy. Come in and look bur line over and the odds are that you'll buy from us. Brothers - Main Don't forget we are Sole Agents for the MAJESTIC I Muney Street LOST Monday. morning- between Jim Walker's r...

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. — 8 September 1919

The Richmond Daily Registerftichmond. Madison County, Monday Afternoon September 8, 1919 :... MRS. HAY COULD. HOT . WORK 'Made Well and Strong by Lydia E. Pinkham's Veg-, etable Compound. Columbia. Pa. "I wa9 very weak and run down and had dragging-down I pains ana pains in my back. 1 could not get around to do my work and had to sit down and rest often during theday. I saw Lydia E. Pink ham's Vegetable Compound adver tised in the papers and read the testi monials, so I thought I would try it Now I am healthier than I ever was in my life, and can recommend it to any woman who suffers as I did." Mrs. Elizabeth May, B.F.D. No. 1, Columbia, Pa. The reason Lydia E. Pinkham's Vege table Compound is so successful in over coming woman's ills is because it con tains the tonicstrengthening properties ' of good old fashioned roots and herbs, which act on the female organism. Women from all parts of the country axe continually testif yingto its strength ening, curative influence, and the lette...

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. — 8 September 1919

. ' V '' '''1- ''" '.'' -.-V" : -;"""' ' "" ' Hie Richmond Daily Register V Richmond, Madison County .V; Monday Afternoon- September 8, 1 9 1 9 V Fiery Itching and Burning of . Skin Is a Most v,ruei .lorcure 'Sura Speed? Relief in S. S. S. Why suner irom m pciii.st.j tortures when it is so easy and costs so little to do as thousands of others have done and get relief through S. S. S.? It is now well known that eczema comes from the blood. By giving the blood a thorough cleansiny you not only set sure and spe Ay relief but you lalso build up the system and re new your vigor and vitality. Lflbia Rood medicine has stood the test of SO years as one of the greatest blood cleansers known, it is guaranteed entirely free from minerals of any kind. tl- Mirirar f( others hat . established the unfailing merits of S. S. S., ana tneres no quu about the wisdom of your giving it a thorough t-it. AH, reputable druggists tell it. If in doubt as to your cise write to Medical Ad visor, Swift specific ...

Publication Title: Richmond Daily Register
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond daily register. — 9 September 1919

v: V- , ; JKJKDmMODMD flDAIILW , , EeGISTEE- Established 1865 53d Year-No. 238 Richmond, Madison County, Kentucky, Tuesday Afternoon, September 9, 1919 Single Copy 5 Cents ft' JUDGE A. R. BURIIAt.l GROSSES THE DIVIDE Distinguished Citizen and Jurist, Dies After Lengthy Illness, . Early Tuesday Morning Surrounded by his wife and most of his family, Judge A. R. Burnam sank. quietly to rest at , eight o'clock at his home in Rich; mond, Tuesday mWning. The end was not unexpected. For months he had been gradually de clining. A rugged constitution had sustained him long after it seemed that tired nature could go no further. . The end came grad ually and peacefully, as he would have wished it. He slept, and his spirit crossed the Great Di vide, and another of the older oi Madison's distinguished citizens and sons was gathered unto his fathers, leaving a vacancy in the Dlife of the community that will fever be hard to fill, t , Owing to the absence of two of . his sons, and his brother, Mr....

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. — 9 September 1919

; ' - V TKie Dairy Register, ; Richmond. Madison County Tuesd 9,1919 -fl 1 " J s V ; , ; I 111 ill SW II I lii l I AND We Sell the Earth war to - r o r II ffl liSell the Earth Now in position to locate you at DANVILLE, KENTUCKY, the garden spot of the world! Where Land, Stock, Crops, Health and Knowledge is the magnetic point of the universe. Where Bluegrass grows the tallest. Soil tne deepest. People live the longest. Stock the finest. Schools ihe grandest. And on ' Tuesday, Septe mber 16 and Wednesday, S epteiberl? 10 O'CLOCK TWO DAYS- v ...... , we offer you absolutely at your own price the most desirable SUBURBAN PROPERTY ever offered adjoining this thriving little CITY with a national reputation. 350 Acres im Emldieg Lots, Tnick Gardens, mi arms, Larger Farms 'amy size Improved and Uiniimproved ma ' i . yop want DANVILLE & the 'Vowin'est" town in Kentucky. Not only Boyle county, but surrounding counties are tributary to Danville. The Home ofXenter College and Kentucky Colle...

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