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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond daily register. — 23 January 1919

i 1 p lea Daily Register, Richmond i.lacEson County ICestecSr Thursday Afternoon, January 23, 1919 11 To Members of our Christmas Savings Oub For the New Year we have decided to discontinue the Christmas Savings Club to substitute in place thereof "The Liberty Bond Club," rhich will be conducted on almost the same plan as the Christmas Savings Oub, the only difference being amount of payments, which are as follows: The Club will ran for 50 weeks and the payment will be f 1 per week or $2 per week. On the completion of the payment of the cards tl-.e holder thereof will be entilted to a $50 Liberty Bond or a $100 Liberty Bond, plus the last coupon maturing. This will be making your deposit bear interest, instead of run ning without. We shall be very glad to see your name on our list as a member of this Club. Madison National Bank Trotsky Sees Fbisa Heard About Town "The Birth of a Nation," the great moving pictur.e is being shown at Danville opera house this week. Talk of some opposit...

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. — 24 January 1919

JMMKOT -imp ESTEE, t THE WEATHS3 Cloudy in west and probably rmia in east portion of Kentucky; colder to night; Friday partly cloudy. Published 1 865 53d Yeai No. 46 Richmond, Madison County, Kentucky, Friday Afternoon, January 24, I919x Single Copy Jive Ccr Prices Drop at But Remain High Here Home House, Selling Top figures For Its Delighted S rvithstanding the fact that the . v.r.jrvn tobacco market went off at :o cvnts on the hundred pounds P -prudes yesterday, the Home !. .... continued to'get tip top figures : :r.- growers who are selling over , b- ..ks. T.o s.-1'.ing shifted to the Home ! u a?ain and the buyers went af T wf-ed with a rim and top fig--, - u . re r:iid for any weed that had .'..v-":.ttst class to it. Will Luxon Irv:ne Hume were right on the b :ul the time and they saw to it :-.:.t r customers got the benefit of ,-, -:. ,-vr.t that could be squeezed out ' ;. factory buyers. They didnt v ' k a thing, and while poor stuff b ns; much over 16 cents and - .. has. weed...

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. — 24 January 1919

The Daily Register, Richmond. Mactoon County, Ky..Fnday Afternoon, Jmurry 1 IVIV REPORT OF THE FINANCIAL CONDITION OFaiADISOIi COUNTY, KENTUCKY, MADE AS OF APRILT;1918 TREASURER'S REPORT Hon. V. K. Price, Judgre Madison County Gurt: ' As requested by you, we are making and submit herewith a statement showing the cash receipts and disbursements' of the Coun ty tor the year beginnig April 1, i917, and ending March 31, 1918. GENERAL FUND Receipt P-ninnce on hand April 1. 1917 $21,486.51 Frcn V. B. Benton. S. M. C 23,634.00 Fror.i Keene '. 17.0ft From Curraleen Smith, trustee, refund 36.45 From land sold to R. F. Puckett 30.00 Total $1533.97 Disbursements Paid Salaries to County Officials V . $ 5,500.00 Paid General Fund claims allowed 39.041.13 Balance in General Fund - 662.84 Total J ; $45,203.97 TURNPIKE, ROAD AND BRIDGE FUND Receipts From V. B. Benton. S. M. C . . $35,741.50 From Note to State Bank & Trust Company 14.000.00 From Citv '. 95.43 From State Road Fund 12,816.00 Balan...

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. — 24 January 1919

,r n : Frczi Ten roller. illra. liuby Sismtind kai received a We are agents for Fayette, Madison and Jessamine counties, and will make deliveries to your farm. The Farm Tractor has become an agricultural necessity, in view of the uncertainty and high cost of labor. The present high prices of all farm products, and the abso lute necessity of food for the world, puts the question of intensive and extensive cultivation by all progressive farmers, that they may make hay while the sun shines. The Farm Tractor is the most economical and the quickest of all means of cultivation.- The Fordson Weighs 2800 lbs. It is light and powerful, it has a development of 22 horse power at the belt pulley, a draw bar pull of 1 800 I pounds dead weight in second speed, and 2,500 in jow speed, it has three speeds forward, draws two 1 4-inch ; mold board plows at the rate of four miles per, hourn and can be turned in a space of ten feet. With the pulley attachment it can be utilized as a stationary en-j gin...

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. — 24 January 1919

Its Di3y Rrter. nSAacd. l'z Cc--.:y IkzZz&Fnizr-tJZssssa, Jzy 24, 1919 " 1 - ! i I i- .,-f p.- LIU; 1 . I J 4 r 4 'It HI i Sfi!'-. :;- S3';' Si I t i 1 - : : .- il f ynY cough Aia COUGH AND COUGII Dr. Kinj's New Discovery removes tbe dinger of neglect Coughing until "the parched throat grows painful should not b permitted. ii snouia dc reuevea before il gains headway with dose of Dr. King's The earn with a cold or bronchial attack. Milliona have uted this well known remedy for half a century regularly without thought of change. Sold by drurgirt since 1869. An all important adjunct to any family roruiqne caoinet. ouc ana 1.ZU. The Burden of Constipation it lifted, comfortably but poaitircly when you treat your bowels with Dr. King's New Life Pills. The lirer gets busy, digestion improrts, the sickly. aiiow scia is treed Porn bile. Uet bottle today suit the day right. 25c Richmond Daily Register S. AL Sa alley, Editor tad Proprietor Entered at the poetofflce at Hkamoad, Ey aa seco...

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. — 24 January 1919

TKs D:y Rtctgr, Rich:ncr.d, f.!za Ccty, Ky..Fridsy Afternoon. January 24, 1919 S-M-E3-Q-M-V . Ptrote IlaroU Peat Hhnielf (himself) in a story from his famoas book. in "PRIVATE PEAT" An Artcraft Picture. ALHAMBRA OfmtjQtuStXlp. aa. T 0 D A Y "Two yean In Bell and back with mile" Private Peat Iectored here sometime ago..' His picture is eren more virid than his speech. See him. Also HANDS UP episode No. 14, and a Lloyd Comedy. ' MONDAY- Gcis!s Ftrnx n "THE HELL CAT" A Goldwyn production. BUI Parsons. In Bfllsettles Down" and a war weekly. . . Yhrian Martin in 'MARANDY SMILES' ft i era House Antonio Moreno' and Carol Hollo way in THE IKON TEST. Also a Fic to graph. Opm 7ttalfc30 A jaiuioa 20c. War Tu toctoJaJ WINTER HEN FEED Scattered la dean Straw will Hake Tbesa Lay. including: Roll Call Quotations Poets. . Piano Solo Nocturne Piano Solo Nocturne- Middelton. flu ill French -DOrso. -DOrso Mrs. VJOr.lAN SO ILL COULD NOT WALK Camrhoe-Qiaminade-Miss dwin LydiaE.Pmkham, Vegetable Compound...

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. — 24 January 1919

The Daily Register, Richmond Madison County, Ky.Jriday Afternoon, January 24, 1919 i 1 F.l I 1 i 1? 1 1i ,-ni'r f M 1 1 t Annual Financial Statement Of Madison Gunty Evans, Charles pike work English, M. B. pike work Evans, Charles pike work English, M. B. pike work Embry, David pike work English, M. B. pike work Embry, David pike work Electer Blue Pt. Co pike work English, M. B. pike work Embry, David, pike work emgusn, fli. a. pike wort Electric Blue Print Co rods English, M. B. pike work Edwards, Hugh allowance Evans. J. M. elec officer Fife, Harris, pike work , , Frederick Disft. Co. disft ct he Foster John, comr Francis, Harry pike work Fife, Harris pike work Friend, Wm. pike work Fletcher. Wm. Dike work Fletcher, George pike work Fowler, J. W. pike work Friend. Wm. Dike work Fletcher, Wm. pike work 8.50 61.25 18.00 65.00 13.10 62X0 29.75 1X2 23.75 8.75 15.00 3.95 54.90 60.00 2.00 87.95 9.62 38.70 . 85.10 . 8.90 . 63.00 . 85.90 . 77.40 .197.50 75.00 Johnson. John elec officer Ja...

Publication Title: Richmond Daily Register
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond daily register. — 24 January 1919

TTie Daily Rc-ster, Ricbncsd, llz&ca County, ICy.. Friday Aftemocn, January 24, 1919 l i i Annual Fmahclal Statement Of Madison County 5. Johnson Kincaid ohn Colles ;m Colics Ellington . 4 L50 - : IJ&Q . 1.&0 . 1.50 . 1X0 . 1X0 1X0 . 1.50 . 1X0 . 4.60 ens Dennis ilson uanieis C. ( ombi Tom Webb fcov Smyth n-w-w, Piti-hr 4X0 tam'uel Lillard 1X0 jiaod No. 67 A. C Dennis, Oversc-r irSrt cavlor i ijw J. U Dennis 17. K. Pennie 1.50 6.00 2.00 1.60 1X0 1X0 A. C. Dennis Av Richardson -Flton Richardson Vrtirst Khodus Junius McKinne; vinnev 1 Kad No. 77 J. P. Lamb, OTfnwr, Andy Stevens fl. C. Alexander I V. Alexander Vi'.ton Sutton 0 "VV. Alexander . 6.50 6.50 6.00 .200 p. n. Parker 1X0 2.50 4.00 2.00 12.00 2.00 1.50 4.50 5.00 30.00 Jason Van Winkle I ..-wis Lamb K.iVrt Lamb Sylvester Lamb vimer James j. I. Alexander ?'vp ster Lamb Cohort Lamb Road No. 79 John Miller. Overseer. 0 V. A. Schooler T. Broaddus C. Schooler F. J. Tussey J. A. Campbell .1. A. Moberly Allen Mcberly Ott Bu...

Publication Title: Richmond Daily Register
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond daily register. — 24 January 1919

fbs Dairy Register, Rkhrnca & f.dHrca County ICcr.i-.Frichy Afternoon, Jr.us,ry 24. 1919 I . : If! Hi; i r . Si n J f f rh i : mi - t ' 1 S f - i lit i i53 111! I t ,, J il l M Mil iliili Be Sure to Get J HE wax-wrapped sealed package with WRCCLEY'S upon it is a guar antee of quality. The (arrest cbewina sam factories in the world the largest selling cum In the world: that Is what WRCCLEVS means. SCALED TIGHT KEPT RIGHT 17 1 The Flavor Lasts! Trobky Sees Filh London, Jan. 23 Leon Trotsky, Russian Minister of War, has ordered Zinovieff, the Boil&hevild governor of Petrograd, to surrender that city without a fight if attacked by the northern Russian forces, according to a Copenhagen dispatch. The dispatch adds the Bolshevik! were defeated in northern Russia and a large part surrendered. Ld Us Do YcUT Hiding j IIAVE yur car repaired at the Wo have a new IMon International now CentraI Se Station and be truck cr.d a smaller truck and can j ready for the "Spring Drive." J. take c;...

Publication Title: Richmond Daily Register
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond daily register. — 25 January 1919

CINCINNATI LITE & IDC2. Cattle quiet; steady trade; bogs, steady. ' w immm TE2 WEATIIS2. 7' I Cloudy with probably rain tonight; c Sunday fair. Established !865-53d YeaiNo. 47 Richmond, Madison County, Kentucky, Saturday Afternoon, January 25, 1919 Single Copy Five Ccr ' 4i LLOYD GEORGE STATES -BRITISH PLAN TODAY Wilson To- State His Views on League of Nations Later, But Are Said To Be la Accord With England Faris, Jan. 25 British Premier Lloyd George, at the second open ses sion of the peace conference today, prepared to discuss the British plan for a league of nations the outlines of which are published in the United States for the first time this morning. Thi3 fulfilled predictions that Presi dent Wilson would leave to European statesmen the opening of the subject and withhold his own view for the fu ture. It is said on the authority of those in a position to know that the President's, plans are generally in ac cord with the British outline. The outstanding British principle,...

Publication Title: Richmond Daily Register
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond daily register. — 25 January 1919

Print Shoving Through XnmrrrTI The Daily Re-ster, m&zcJlz&cn Or-Jty lidvfiz 9J "ry25;J9I0 TffiiiiiLM Ssfferia? DescribedV- AtTartara EeSeTed by BUdc-DnctglL Rossrffle, Ga. Mrs. Kate Lee Ablec this place, writes: ' "My husband Is aa engineer; and once while lifting, he In jured himself with a piece of bear? ma chinery, across the abdomen.. He was to sore he could not bear to press on himself at all, on chest or abdomen.'' He weighed 165 lbs.; and lei! off until he weighed 110 lbs., in two weeks. He became constipated and -it looked fike he would die. We had three different doctors, yet with all their medldae, his bowels failed to act He would turn up a tea cent bottle of castor oQ, and drink k two or three days In succession, lie did this yet without result We became desperate, he suffered so. He was swol len terribly. He told me his suffering could only be described as torture. . 1 sent and bought Thedfords Black Draught. I made him take a big dose, and when It began to act ...

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. — 25 January 1919

hrour;h Tte Dy Renter. Richmond, f.Isdca CcSy. Ky.,Saturday Afternoon, January 25, 1919 lW-- ., jt- doiirt tU..ieCr girl la earrytai a ImcL&V or a fan 4f bar. V smile is rights wH land, the boy he wants. See kirandy do it. - " .-' , ; f . .. t - i- t-i t r V, Antonio Moreno and Carol Hollo- .way in THE IRON TEST; Also a Pic.. tograph. ' TO-DAY in "FrJVATE'FEAr' . A fetory of ths batle fields, by a boy ; who wu there. V..1S.! , Jluti RoUnd la HANDS UP. Ear old Uayt in WANTED JS.OOO. CHARMING r.Ury'Pickfcrd in johanna Adjusts A- two reel Sennett comedy and I AdwUaiwi 20, War Tea fctcWdW .. weakly. the patriotic colors, small . American I flags being used 'as place cards. Cov ers were laid for Messrs. Earl Me Dougle, Hubert Willoughby, L. J. Fish, Robert White, Andrew Shearard and, Robert Garrett i. i i Print Shovln, uperariou Jt IM 1-1 1 11 u ig Are yoa one of the ones that V think it funny that. I advertise my WINTER SCRATCH BUTTER FAT DAIRY in the Social and Personal F. H. GORDO...

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. — 25 January 1919

1! " The Daily Register. Richmond, f.!acca CctytCyturdiiy Afcrssca, Jmuiry 23,1919 c. - I i it idr' Reg its 5- t pay - tf is i ? , ; re .i ; f ; ise " ' ' - , i. pioi i f I . 'my. ndp mm PS I ! ee: ; n i l j- ; - i - i '- - i s mi' ; i f f , f !!! If i; is it " '.I1 v . - mil - L v ' . ' .. j Hx ' " . - 0-- I . . , i I: , , Vv ' Made Mo a Well Man . . Air. Louis Young, 205 Merrimae St, Rochester, N. Y., writes: "t suffarad1 for thirty rtui with ehronlo kcwrl trabl. ta ek tmkle K4 kurrki(H f tkr Vawct. We bought a bottla of Parana and X took It faithfully, and I aja t feci feettaav My wlfa persuadaa ne to eo tlnua, and I took it for aoma tima mm dlractad. w I am a Suffered thirty yean wftk atomadk trouble end hciiuniliavg of the bowels a ViUet T.. Floyd Shelton, of Danville, make their home. ?;r.t Tnurdsay and Friday in Rich- TrjTid, having been called by the Ill ness of his wife. He has accepted a position in Detroit, where they will NOTICE Old Cincinnati Post sub scribers renew you...

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. — 27 January 1919

I to .... THE WEATHER . . Cloudy tonight and Tuesday; ' not much change in temperature. " - f r lit f K i , -r if- Established 1865 53d Year No. 48 Richmond, Madison County, Kentucky, Monday Afternoon, January 27, 1919 Single Copy Five Ccr." I TOME HOUSE GETS HIGH PRICES AGAIN r eht Kind of Weed CU the Bit I Money la Richmond If Other 1 Markets Are Off. The big Home House went right back of the job again this morning, and as usual, got the big prices for its customers. Although the market is reported off at other places, the right sort of weed is still bringing top figures here in Richmond, and if they can be obtained anywhere. Will Luxon and Irvine Hume are going to get them for their friends. Some of the sales this morn ing were as follows: White and Lyle sold 200 lbs. at 41c; SO at 32c; 205 at 50c; 135 at 63c; 45 a t39c; 300 at 47c Cain Casey sold 75 lbs .at 40c; 60 at 67c; 30 at 67c 30 at 73ef 140 at 70c East and Casey sold 385 lbs. at 16c; 320 at 30c; 275 at 29c; 335 at 34c; 33...

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. — 27 January 1919

V. i is - Ml-, f-:- r . r -'if- ii h 3U: 1 ft vi J i : 'j 1; V" .J r.1i V r. h i St -TV i J f I - F "A SPLENDID TOIIIC " Sajs Bxion LidV Who, On Doe tor's Adrice, Took Cardsi Audi Now WeH Hlxson, Tenn. "About 10 years ago I was..." says Mrs. J. B. Oadd. of Uils place. "I suffered with a pain la , my left aide, could sot sleep at night ' with this pain, always la to Iaft Ida... My doctor told me to use Cards!. I took on bottle, which helped me and after my baby came, I was stronger and better, but the pain was still there, I at first 1st It go, but becan to vat weak and In a run-down condition, so I decided to try some mors CardoU which I did. This last Cardnt which I took mads me much better. In fact, cured mo. It has been a number ot years, still I hare so return ot this trouble. I feel It was Cardul that cured sae. and I recommend It as a splendid fe male tonic." Dont allow yourself to become weak and run-down from womanly troubles. Take CarduL It should sure ty help you. as It ha...

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. — 27 January 1919

Hie Daily Register, Richmond, Madison County. KyMonday Afternoon, January 27, 1919 ALHAMBRA xop.3oi: Opera House 4:o:o)ay- TUESDAY The erection of great army camps all over the country has brought an element of much needed romance into many a country girl's life. See this picture, sure. Abo Romance and Brass Tacks; a Flag? comedy and Screen Tele gram. - WEDNESDAY Constance Talmadge in 'WHO CARES?" "Sensational Capture of Bagdad." and Lions and Morgan in "Give Her Gas." Vmsn Martin in "IIARANDY SMILES" A charming picture and we are sure it will afford you delightful entertain ment. Antonio Moreno and Carol Hollo way in THE IE0N TEST. Ar DAINTY, ADORABLE Alary Pickford m "JOHANNA ENLISTS" I KOmi 7kollt-JlO aJml fAcvik 20c War Tu inclwdW IF You are interested in MILK and BUTTER you will investigate the Merita of BUTTER FAT DAIRY Exclusive Sale F. H. GORDON ing some of the wealthiest and most prominent families in Central Ken tucky. The bride who is the only child of Mrs. May Stoner . C...

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. — 27 January 1919

Tlic Daily Rete Mason County Ky., rMonday Afternoon, January 27; 1919 t sin II.- 11 1.1 "- " HI V If t - Don't Let Catarrh Drag You into Consumption Avoid Its Danererous Stage. There is a nor serious stag of Catarrh than the annoyance caused . Iy the stopped-np air passages, and the hawking and spitting? and other distasteful features. The real dasher comes from the tendency of the disease to continue its course Horward until the lnr.jjs become rTcr'-.J, tr th:n drcr.ticc! consumption is on jrur path- Yorr own experience hrs ta-t ycu thr.t the disease cannot be - cured by sprays, inhalers, atomizers. Jellies and other local applications. S. S. S. has proven a most satisfac tory remedy for Catarrh because it goes direct to Its source, and re mores the germs of the disease from the blood. Get a bottle from your druggist today, and begin the only logical treatment that gives real re sults. You can obtain ipecial medical ' advice 'without charge by writing to I Toxical Director, 27 JSwi...

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. — 28 January 1919

. ' 1 1 D a n n Tr J&JKDIHlMdDH M GrCSTEK THE WEATHER Fair tonight and Wednesday; mild , temperature. ,; Kiablished 1865-53dYeai-No. 49 Richmond, Niadison County, Kentucky, Tuesday Afternoon, January 28, 1919 Single Copy Five Cer.' BOYCE TAYLOR IN JOSEPH EASTMAN Massachusetts Tobacco Home House Still , Lincoln Citizen In Federal Court On Disloyalty Charge THEATRE TICKETS FREE pL LIMELIGHT AGAIN Gets The Prices TO REGISTER READERS ME i. ay Lptist Teacher, Accused of Disloy- alty. Violates Board of Health Influenza Closing Order. TV "famous" Rev. Boyce Taylor, of v-ir:iv. whom the Baptists of Ken- :iVv practically repudiated for hisj disloval utterances, has a gram n into the limelight down In Cal- county. Every man and wo- TT.'t UU kfcwnwra . . - Mjrmv Baptist church Sunday will . , - ii rvi ho arrested louowing me loreiom rpnmval from his . pulpit of Boyce Tr.vlor, pastor, who was conducting c tv'ps in violation of the influenzal j;.rmtine order of the State Board rf Health, and...

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. — 28 January 1919

Dafly Regis' -. Richmond, Madison County Kentucky Tuesday Afternoon, January 28, 1919 i v ri - " i: ! ! s r f ' ' : !1 i hi:-, uUi I V . 4 - i .i . 1 1 --1 'if f .:" ,.' flit-- 4' : '1 r. ' : r ' is- , 17 "A SPLENDID TONIC " Says Hizsoa Lady Who, On Doc tor s Advice, Took Cardu AndliNowWeO. Hlxson. Tenn. "About 10 retro ago I was. . ." says Mrs. J. B. - Gadd, of this place. "I suffered with a pain la my left side, could sot sleep at night with this pain, always In the Itft side... My doctor told me to use CardaL I took one bottle, which helped ma and after my baby came, I was stronger and better, bat the pain was still there. I at first let It go, but began to set weak and In a run-down condition, so I decided to try some more Cardol, which I did. Tola last Cardol which I took mads me much better. In fact, cured me. It has been a number of years, still I bars no return of this trouble. I feel It was Cardol that cured me. and I recommend It as a splendid fe male tonic." Don't allow y...

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. — 28 January 1919

The Daily Register, Richmond, Madison County, Ky.Juesday Afternoon, January 28, 1919 ALHAMBRA Opera House .Open7(tolfc30 pjmj fit UiitM ICc. War Tax included TUESDAY WEDNESDAY Constance Talmadge in DAINTY, 'ADORABLE ' Mary Pickf ord in ''JOHANNA! ENLISTS" Also Romance and Brass Tacks; a Flare comedy and a Screen Tele gram. 'WHO CARES?" "Sensational Capture of Bagdad." and Lions and Morgan in "Give Her Gas." Among those from Richmond and the county who were in Lexington (Monday to see "The Tailor-made Man", were Mr. Homer Whittington, Messrs. Harold and Abner Oldham, Mr. and Mrs. W. O. Mays, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Dunn, Mr. and Mrs. R. E. Turley, Mr. W. S. Oldham, Mr. Chas. Curtis, Misses Ruth . Handin, Anna Lee Davis, Alice Metcalf , Louise Ter rill, Lissa Holtzclaw and Mary Allen Deatherage. IF You are interested in MTT.K and BUTTER you will investigate the Merita of BUTTER FAT DAIRY Exclusive Sale F. H. GORDON Social and Petrosal Entertained at Dinner. Mr. Hubert WiHoughby, of the U....

Publication Title: Richmond Daily Register
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