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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond daily register. — 12 September 1919

. " The Richmond Daily RegUtergichmond Ms&ca Garty. Pnday Affeocn, September 12, 1919 .-V ' 4 I at A A ' ja,uuu diiuuit "AYE" LEAGUE VOTE NO RltlllVATIONt WAMTCC IT ? MIMNISOTA 7 ' f IOPL1, ,. v- TMtY AY:' jut V UAYOS ASKS BALLOT Uliwf asHe aM H. Paul aive Pre . tfant Warmest Of ttng Qwartsf fa MIIIImi Turn Out an Chaar. -- I GET A FULL PACKAGE . ' '-PI-: 11 msni 6 v rib CUT OUT PACKAGE-USE TWO CENTS OF YOOR, MhKiPY-TAKF ROTHTOVVOUR GROCER AND i ' v w MR. GROCER We or our Jobbers will itedeem the facsimile of jour package for 5c in leash, providing our Rub-No-More has been (given in exchange, for inesame. VThe Rub-N6-M ; Company fort WAyneg Indiana. -ir iaatmvpJ the concrete and frame show barn on CoL E. H.. Taylor's Hereford farm in Woodford county. The loss is es- timated at $10,000, which is practical - A. REAL AT PI TT17 TB TFT' Inx lid 11 11 AT 10 O'CLOCK IN GARRARD COUNTY, 4 MILES FROM LANCASTER, ON THE FALL LICK PIKE DESCRIPTION 136 acres. .LEVEL, Fertile, in high state o...

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. — 12 September 1919

";?. t ' t ... :!-Vi,,itV'.. , r I',.' ": ' :'):;, h ,: The Richmond Dai ly1eg$te?fcchdndrMa(ison County Friday Aftemobnjfefoeniber 1 2, 1919' J YOUR CATARRH MAY LEAD TO eONSUMPTION the JrSt two days fell 20,000 be low : last ' year. ..'-.,,'' , '-- LEXINGTON MAN ' Dufferoas to Um Treatment path. "'. Yonr own experience baa taught yon" that the disease can not be cured by sprays, inhalers, atotniiers, jellies and other, local ,, applications. '. - . - S. S. S. has proven a most satis factory remedy for Catarrh be . cause it goes direct to its source. Get a bottle. today, begin the only logical treatment that gives real results. For free medical advice . write Medical Director, 47. Swift . for Only Temporary Relief. ' GIVES REASONS :: . FOR HIS BELIEF There is a more serious stage of Catarrh than the annoyance caus ed by the itopped-up air paskage's, and other distasteful features. ' The real danger comes from the tendency of the. disease to continue its course downward until he 1 . ...

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. — 12 September 1919

' " " ) ', ylfca Daily Regiter.;' Richmbnd.' Madison CounfrS''-: Friday Afternoon, September 1 2, 1919 SOCIAL ts FEOSOTiAL 4 1' i . Surprise for Birthday (Irs. Minor Kisk gave her husband a mbat pleasant ;, surprise, Tuesday evening when she invited a number of friends in to assist him in cele brating his 43rd anniversary. A huge cake was the center decoration, with 43 pink and white candles, the color scheme being beautifully 'carried out in the ices and candles. Those who shared the delightful surprise. with the denial host, were: Messrs. James, oe Thompon, Shelby and Weber amilton, W. W. BroadduB, , Charlie Soper, Allen Douglas, and Laban Rupard. - j Jkppkjrate Hendricks Miss Laura Applegate and Mr. Madison Wilson Hendericks were mar ried in Judge Price's office, . Wednes day afternoon. They will reside on the farm near town. i ' ' Applegate Newcheiu j ) " Mrs. Hale Deane pent Friday in Lexington. . . Mr. Quinn Covington has returned from Daysboro, Ky. Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Christop...

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. — 12 September 1919

i: if -V'' fv i. r V I .... $ ij 1 fcj T 1 i V i Am !V.- I 1 III! W Hie Richmond Daily Registet fecKmopdi, Madison County Fricky Afternoon, September 12, 19t9 Jj -' '. ' I.1 7. .. . '. '" . .; -.-.:-vc-;'-.v.-. .-( -'"- ; , . v . "-"J V- ','1 ' rv- i ; 1 " Yj .." : w II v ii o N pil i 5 v: i site. B v r ? : if J U C i I ; K - II''. . - h It mnw ij'iim I HeSelltheEarth MR fl CCTT fl CC) fil I7e Sell the Earth -r- - III! h - ; : nn 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 uesday, September 16 and Wednesday, September 17 -10 O'CLOCK TWO 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. So Truck Gardens, MBS" 350 Acres - in Small ...

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. — 12 September 1919

'i - av n I vL' . v : . . "i. A Vb From Oloux City, low, omy IVorth Its IVolght In Gold Yoa cannot mistake the words of Mr. WV W. Northrop, of 9l Fourth Street, Sioux City, Iowa. Me la enthusiastic about hit present health an4 the merits of PE-RUNA and wanu everyone to know it Here U a re cent letter from him i i . A- TeVRU NA is worth Us weifhtia geM ; ' ; ud ha tone. I w4 to think it only two 1 ana's rtmedj bat bsvw chanted my mlad. ; vv I had a ceach. especially In tha aaoraiaf.' . After Mine halt a tottle of PK-RU-NA was '' Boch better. -1 would couch Bp chaofcs ot fhlegm sad macas, say eyes Itched and poth ered ma. Judffias f rom tha symptoms gtaa" , ' , in yoas almanac H waa catarrh. My stomach Is in much better condition since tuinf yoar " saedidae.n . ; v "Use this testimonltl, It you wish. Dent hesitate toadvertise the merits ot PIVRU-NA." (Slcned) W. W. NORTH RUP. There are thousands Just like Mr. Nortbrup. skeptical at first but convinced by a trial of PE-RU NA. . DONT BE...

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. — 12 September 1919

0" !:"' ;:':, i.i : i' Hie Richmond Da3y Register' Richmond, Macfison County. Friday Afternoon, September 1 2, 1919 "', r - 'J I 6 if f i . ; V i f m V t !. ft 3 WIND STORMS CYCLONES AND TORNADOES The season for these destrucsn uodn mou si s;u32b 3aij Chimneys, roofs and entire buildings can easily be destroyed in a few minutes. The cost of my windstorm policy is so very reasonable you cannot afford to uninsured. Better protect yourself at once by taking out a policy in one of my large com panies. Let me make you feel safe and probably save you a big loss. . J. W. CROOKE Aget for a dozen of the largest insurance companies in the world. v Office at Citizens National BankDay 50 Phones Night 876 IHUglhesi Pnce FOR rvn ti That's what we do every week. And when you bring your cream to this creamery you get honest weight and every cent that is due 1 .. you. Try us with your next shipment. Merchants Creamery (Successors to Nerples Creamery) MRS. J. C. BR0NST0N, OPERATOR Opposite Zaring's M...

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. — 13 September 1919

t j i r rmiTTir liiiti nj xjjr..ijaBBxaiUUjaiii,CuJuiMBJJjM j - mini mptNi A - - - ... " 1 ' i - .-. J '-' ; ' ' '' ' v ' 11 1 ' : ' ' " iJI -- o s. i) o 34MADIS0li ; Which Will Contain Kentucky's , Heroes In Proposed Memorial Building At University - September 15th to' the 20th. is the time set for the Memorial Building campaign throughout u Kentucky. Knowing, how the ritizens of Madison cdunty have ''heretofore responded generously tr cvcrv nroiect that concerned 'the welfare- of their "live he roes," the local committee enter J tain the highest respect tor tnem a-rtd asKs no- more than that they subscribe as freely and gener ously toward the erection ot the proposed "Memorial" for the fallen heroes, wnicn spcu& an over the top" quota. , Madison county s Own Immo.r, tals whose ' names will be in scribed on tablets in the rotunda- of the proposed $300,000 Mem orial Building to be erected on the grounds of the University of KVnturW at Lexineton. are as follows: Elmer Asbill, Ric...

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. — 13 September 1919

The Richmond Daily Register Richmond, Madison County Saturday Afternoon, September 1 Richmond Daily Register . M. SAUFXtTi, BtUter ui Entered at toe poetofflee In lUehao&4 a aecend claaa aoail aMUter uader Act or jonrMa of 1ITI.. , ' eeeHptta., lit ,T roar, ojr maJl out or city- -ItM "I monini Dy aiaJl out or city lilt 7hre ajontha br tnll out of cltTll-M U City, br eaprlap. hii Mk . . nan in oy anil .... aiuncrvusu ro aincujr eaan-la-M emnca to all and pa, aromptlr plred. when paper will ba a topped aubacrlptlon haa ax- Federal Judge Walter Evans, 01 L-ouisville, who has an oriei iiani auuui mm aiong manv lines, that is at least interesting, doesn't think the government has a right to collect income taxes from federal judges. He has filed suit against J. -Rogers Gore, recent Collector of Inter nal Revenue, for the recovery of s.u.t, me amount paid by him on March 12, 1919, for income tax, plus interest at 6 per cent. ana costs, tne basis of the suit being the claim that the pay...

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. — 13 September 1919

1 The Richmond Daily Register Richmond, MacEson County. Saturday Afternoon, September 13, 1919 'i. o 0 0 HONORABLE MEIITIOil Oar fresh and cnrod Meats receive the onanimow ap proval of Richmond house wives. Many of them hare been buying from ns for years. This alone proves both the quality of our ser vice and the wholesomeness of our Meats of all kinds. JOHN ALLMAN'S MEAT MARKET PHONE 17 WANTED We want to buy your Wheat and will pay the market price. We are ready to take care of your wants ZARING'S MILL Social and Personal Mrs. W. R. Taylor Entertains Mr. and Mrs. W R. Taylor, of Red nouse, entertained witb a deurhtnu dinner Wednesday in honor - of the Rev- O. O. Green and sister-in-law, Mrs. E. S. Taylor and daughter, Miss Katherine Taylor, of DeLand. Florida. Covers were laid for the following: twenty: Key. O. O. Green, Mr. and Mrs. John Tnbble, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Cosby, Mr. and Mrs. George Dozier, Mrs .. Ulah Cosby, Mrs. Horace Dozier, Miss Iya Dozier, Mr. C. B. Parks, Mr. Burgi...

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. — 13 September 1919

V V ' . 'J'.. t. l2TKir.?.r w-'vMiwrwj-'jji,!. ,wriwv; .. if ..--4, r .1 Vr.- ytf i - "'it'-, ".-iiMr .r IN CAR LOAD LOTS $6 and $6.25 per 2,000 Lbs . Best 4 inch block coal on the market delivered in car load lots in Richmond, Kentucky, during August to November, 1919. . ' . .- t- - " - WILL SELL YOU FROM ONE TO ONE HUNDRED ! TONS, WEIGHED OVER CITY'S SCALES Thirty car loads cf this coal have been distributed . over Madison county this summer ask the purchasers about it Better get your winter's supply now and be sure. Delay means advance in price. We can deliver the : goods if anybody can. WE ALSO HANDLE COMMERCIAL Fertilizer!! itar arioad Lots Cheap UNION SUPPLY CO. Incorporated Green Clay, Agent Phones 51 and 319 86 Acre Farm ai Amctiomi Sale - WE WILL SELL AT PUBLIC AUCTION TUESDAY, SEPT. 16, 1919 Beginning at 10 O'clock A. M. Our farm of 86 acres located three quarters of a mile '.southeast of Union City, and four miles north of.Mob- erly, on the College Hill road. This farm is...

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. — 15 September 1919

1 .1, V ; MM(G)OT Established 1 865 53d Year No. 244 ' Richmond. 'Madison County Kentucky, Monday Afternoon, September 15, 1919 Single Copy 5 Cents mm 'V J J 1 o r Is o. DRY LEADERS NOT FIGHTING TOBACCO Former Local Newspaperman Tells of Aims' of Body Back ing State Prohibition Act "I would like to impress the fact that the State-Wide Prohi Federation is engaged in nn anti-tobacco movement," said T. Sherman Porter, of Lexington, publicity man for the federation. this week. Mr. roner i wcu Tcnnwn here, having acted as city editor of the Daily Register several months last year. "Our entire energies are being vnted to the adoption ot tne State Prohibition Amendment, rriless of the National Amendment.'' he savs. "The State Amendment .. is submitted this fall and on a separate ballot we ask the voters to remember that and to reauest the officers of the portion to eive them that ballot. ' "After the State Amendment is ndnnted. the Federation is very UMv to assist in the matter of obtainin...

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. — 15 September 1919

- . , the Richmond Daily Register Rychd, Madison Gnm ' ; ' . 11 Mil rxriTP 0 i ' 1 CO ruiQn uvu LFL rxn Gikoot 10 lnlQTO Watch For Wednesday's Paper Richmond Daily Register a. M. 8AVVXKI. MJta aaa Pravricta Entered at toe poatofflca In Rlcftaiond m second claas mall matter under Act . of Congress of 1876. . T)ar uuv hv m&ll ftllt Of f 1 1 T 1 1. f 9 Six months by mall out of city 11.90 Three months by mall out of city 1.00 in fitv. hv carrier. Der week 1 80 One month by mall . 5o Subscriptions are strictly cash-ln-ad- miir.e co all and paper will be stopped promptly when subscription has ex pired. - Strong Endorsement For Friend A strong delegation of Eastern Kentucky Democrats have endorsed Hon. Robert L. -Friend, of Irvine, for Circuit Judge of the 23rd judicial dis trict, composed of the counties of Es till, Lee, Breathitt and Wolfe, to suc ceed Judge James P. Adams, who died last Friday, and were in Lexington Thursday night returning from Frankfort, where they called on Gov....

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. — 15 September 1919

Hie Richmca3 Daily Register :StKliea6.I!Sa. Gaatyffi Moncty Afternoon, September 15, 1919 i"'KEEP:V " THIS PfiOGRAM " ,. ..v, j? THisr-,PW)CRAM ; ' KEEP THIS PROGRAM ... r ; r : ; k iPROCRAM for entire week, beginning J w ; s - -MONDAY- TUESDAY WEDNESDAY THURSDAY FRIDAY SAtURDAYk WALLACE REID MARGUERITE CLARK in in "YOU'RE FIRED" "GIRLS" . "Peril of Thunder Mountain" A 2.reel Ri.V ComtJv -nH Marguerite Fisher . , m -"CHARGE IT TO ME" "Wild Women" Pathe Weekly Alhambra wifl Be open Mat inee and night v.- '..' ' FRANK KEENAN THE : SILVER GlRL" Comedy and Weekly DOROTHY PHILLIPS . in J "DESTINY" - " CHArIESRAYn "HAY, FOOT STRAW FOOT "Clous to Nature i" 'Anna lather ' and Charles A two-reel comedy, Holmes Hutchinson in '"The , Great Lloyd Comedy Path Weekly. t i , . Gamble also Christie comedy. s CUT OUT THIS PROGRAM AND KEEP IT CUT OUT THIS PROGRAM AND KEEP IT All Mill lUUfl 5: i A A. . Ull S i Social and Personal I fnit If I ntertaina Bridge Club Ijliss Emma Watts delightfully en Lru'...

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. — 15 September 1919

m y 1 V. : ' 1 ;.f r-:''-, l:.: ft r. v. ; The Richmond Daily Register Richmond, Madison County. Monday Afternoon, September 15,1919 THE BETTER KIND v ; Servicfh ft. jraacnuHi I t- Mr 1 i Certain-teed means service in the broadest sense. - Here is a roofing that . is ideally adaptable to every type of building 1 in the city, town and country. Here is a roofing that gives not only the most complete weather protection year after year, but that is a protection against sparks and embers. " . Here is a roofing that costs less' to buy, to lay and to maintain than any other type of roof. Here is a roofing that can be quick ly laid by anyone who will follow the simple directions that come with the roll. Here is a roofing that is absolutely guaranteed 5, 10 or IS years. Certain-teed is made In rolls, both smooth and rough surfaced (red or green also in handsome red or green asphalt shingles for residences. Certain-teed is extra quality the name means certainty of quality and satisfaction gua...

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. — 16 September 1919

! MM! GrlSTEB, Established 1865 53d Year No. 245 Richmond. Madison County Kentucky, Tuesday Afternoon, September 1 6, 1 919 Single Copy 5 Cents 7 M PART OF JETT FARM BRINGS $31 IAN ACRE Record Price Made For Madison County Land At Auction Side Tuesday Morning , The highest price yet paid for Madison county blue grass, land at public sale, was brought by the home tract of the farm of the late Shelby Jett, Sr., which was sold at auction Tuesday morning. Ed Turner bought the home tract, containing the residence and 78 acres of land, at $311 per acre The entire farm of 308 acres av eraered $250.50 an acre. Mr. Tur ner lives in the Kirksville section, near the Jett farm. A second tract containing 145 acres was bought by Covington , and Jeptha Jett, two of the sons of Mr. Jett, at $ZZ7 an acre, and the same boys bought the third tract of 80 acres at $231 an acre. Live stock and farming imple ments were selling well at the time the Daily Register's report closed. Col. Jesse Cobb auctioned ...

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. — 16 September 1919

'. i1 -; ' 1 : , :, Ah 7t? t: If ; Richmond Daily Register, Richmond, Madison County Tuesday Afternoon, September 1 6 1 91 9 TV' l tf. ynnnn fid V 11)1 Vjll w 1 .sggZVi I WIND STORMS CYCLONES AND TORNADOES The season for these destrucsn uodn mou s? suaSB 3a?; Chimneys, roofs and entire buildings can easily be destroyed in a few minutes. The cost of my windstorm policy is so very reasonable you cannot afford to go uninsured. Better protect yourself at once by taking out a policy m one of my large com panies. Let me make you feel safe and probably save you a big loss. J. W. CROOKE Aget for a dozen of the largest insurance companies in the world. Office at Citizens National Bank Day 50 Phones Night 876 H ighesf Price FOR That's what we do every week. And when -you bring your cream to this creamery you get honest weight and every cent that is due you: Try us with your next shipment. Merchants Creamery (Successors to Nerples Creamery) MRS. J. C. BRONSTON, OPERATOR Opposite Zaring's Mill ...

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. — 16 September 1919

Richmond Daily Register, Richmond, Madison'County Tuesday Afternoon, September 1 6, 1 9 1 $ TheRealSource of AssurfedMileage , ; Slf you want a tire that will ' give you more than you paid for, one that will stand up under the sharp rocks of our limestone roads, one that .has always given service and one which you don't hear any ' kicks on, then buy a Mc GRAW hand-made tire. Our CORDS have no equal, Sandlin Supply J We Will Always Treat You School Gea Foraker Library I Cincinnati? p., Sept. 11 Annotmce rrtent has been made of the gift of the law library of former United States Senator Joseph Benaon Fora ker, who died two years ago, by his widow to the University Cincinnati. Besides the law library, which ' con tains 800 volumes, a 700-volume gen eral library, also was , presented. . to the university. The general library contains books' on. literature; art and science-.'. ' Mrs. Foraker v alsq ,. made provision for the institution to receive the large mahogany bookcases which the fo...

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. — 16 September 1919

"Riclr'-Kwd Daily Register, Richmond, Madison Ce"nK- Tuesday Afternoon, September ) 6, 1 9 1 9 ; 9 Thursday Night, Sept. IS COLLINS & HARLAN Thursday night Richmond is privileged to hear Col lins and Harlan. American's favorite entertainers will appear in per son. Their program consists of the "songs that make America laugh." Assisting the songsters will be Mr. Thomas A. Edi son's Three Million Dollar Phonograph. OPERAHOUSE at 8: 15 P.M. Free Ticket Call, write or telephone us for free tickets of admittance. They will be issued in order of application. Muncy Brothers NOTE So great ahs been the demand for seats that but few remain. We advise you to call in person today. Stop - and - Think The first move in a winning battle of life is made when saving begins. It will encourage you every time you are able to save a few cents on the dollar. Better try buying your Groceries at our store and , let us help you save for a "rainy day." We carry a fresh supply of Staple and Fancy Grocerie...

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. — 16 September 1919

. ) Richmond Daily Register, Richmond, Ma dison.County Tuesday Afternoon September 1 6, 1919 A t Wonderful hew Autumn Fashions arriving daily The beginning of September finds the new fashions at McKee's charming exponents of lovely materials, colors and graceful lines. ' New Suits, Dresses, and Wraps bring addi tional zest to the early Fall days 'and women . will find the new fashions delightfully allur ing and becoming. Much thought and care is being given to new styles and those at McKee's are distinctive and exclusive selec tions . . '. McKEE'S "The Ladies Store Social and Personal Smith Holland - The Murfreesboro, Tenn., Home Journal last week told of the wedding of a former Kichmond girl which will be read with interest by the many friends of her family here. It said: beautiful in plan and possessing much social interest was the mar riage of Miss Khoda Smith and Rev. Charles Dean Holland, of Cul pepper, Va., which was solemnized at high noon Wednesday, in the First Presbyterian...

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. — 16 September 1919

ii-'.l Richmond Daily Register, Richmond; Madison County Tuesday Afternoon, September 1 6, 19 1 9 : ; "AGITitfEi'iflONGS BUT USE COUNSEL" PRESIDENT SAYS, "DISCUSS IN JUSTICES REFRAIN FROM FIGHT." SCORES BOSTON POLICE Montana Hears Wilton Otter League of Nations and National Ideal ism as World Cure. JkfctL ikMiMI t , X. Make : Preparations : Now Tlis is a mighty good time to make preparation for the change of seasons and by so doing save time, money and : worry. Begin now to look after your heating problem for the coming fall and winter. We have bought a large stock of Cole's Air-Tight Heaters Positively the best heaters at a moderate price on 4the market today. Call and see them while we have a ' large assortment to select from. The COLE'S is an air-tight wood stove. A large amount of heat and a small amount of fuel. Keeps fire over night. No fire to build steady fire, and warms the floors, as well as every other part of the room. Let us show you this wonderful stove, and you'll buy...

Publication Title: Richmond Daily Register
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