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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond daily register. — 16 September 1919

X - Richmond Daily Register, Richmond, Madison County. Tuesday Afternoon, September 16, 1919 BALLOTS L1UST BE ',, ft READY EARLIER ? WE HAVE PURCHASED ' ,w tv . v . : v '.....--' $40,000 worth of Certificates of Indebtedness of the U. S. Govern ment bearing 4 1-2 per cent inter est and due January 15, 1920. If any of our customers and friends desire this investment, we will be glad to furnish them at par and accured interest. MADISON NATIONAL BANK O 'PARTICULAR WORK FOR PARTICULAR PEOPLE" Dainty1 Garments such as WAISTS, EVENING GOWNS, , DRESSES, Etc. Cleaned by the most modern and sani- -tary methods. Parcel Post paid one way. APPLEGATE, GRAVES& COMPANY Incorporated CLEANERS AND DYERS LEXINGTON, KENTUCKY - - The Jessamine Realty Com pany sold for Mrs. J. T. Welch, her residence on Depot street to Claudia Prewitt, of Danville, for $3,100. The cross roads oracle says : Some oil on the metal parts an' some paint on the wooden parts of farm machinery this fall will save lots of 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. — 16 September 1919

Richmond Daily Register, Richmond, Madisorg County Tuesday Afternoons September 16, 1 9 f 9 FOR SAIL 1-3 4 PRIVATELY: 216 Acres of uhimproved land within ome mile of the city of Richmond on Dixie Highway Look Out She Goes L P. Evams Real Estate A motor driven machine with a pull ing power of 150 tons has been built or testing anchor chain shackles for ship. SQUEEZED TO DEATH When the body begin9 to stiffen end movement becomes painful it is usually an indication that tha kidneys are out of order. Keep these organs healthy by takine GOLD MEDAL f MARRIAGE LICENSES Walter Andrew James, 37, of Berea, and Ella Sears, 26. of Somerset. Colored License Tohn Oldham, 30, and Florence Dillingham, 37, both of Rich mond. John T. Porter, 39, and Delia T. Bush, 23, both of Richmond. Robt. B. Cornelison, 19, and Mattie Grisby, 19, both of Berea. CLASSIFIED ADS. - nnnfc inaAvHnx rtooh with nrnnr and minimum chargeof 25c per day; Th world's standard remedy for kidney, liver, Maddet and uric acid trou...

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. — 17 September 1919

MJLu Established 1865 53d Year -No. 246 Richmond. Madison County Kentucky, Wednesday Afternoon, September 1 7, 1 9 1 9 Single Copy 5 Cent It f Q LAST BIG BATTLE V OPENS OVER TREATY Leue of Nations Will Win, I Opinion of Close Observers What Figures Show , . Washington, D. C., Sept., 17 The filing of the majority and minority reports by the foreign : relations committee has opened the last and ' most intense engagement in the . Senate over the League of Nations. This battle, consisting of a series of engagements, bids fair to last sever al weeks, and outrival anything that has come before the upper house of Congress In many decades. " ,' , Close observers, those who check each doubtful Senator's qualms and emotions daily are still strongly of the -oninion that the. League of Na- "tions as espoused by Woodrow Wil- son appears the winner. In this they are assured by the admitted collapse of the attempt to kill the Peace Treaty without resorting to cover, and the belief that . all simil...

Publication Title: Richmond Daily Register
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond daily register. — 17 September 1919

Richmond Dailv Rrto". . Wednesday Afternoon; SceiribCT j?;1 1919 Richmond Daily Renter nv:r- . wl bavtvmi, mm Entered at to poatofNc la Rtofcnond ii Mcnd clui mall Matter uader Act f CoBgreaa of 1171. . . Par year, bjr Ma.ll out or city ,; jltn W nonthi b. mall out Of city 11. 8 rhree atontha by mail out of city fl.Od in city, oy carrier, per weeg., , i mc ) month' by mall : ttc Subscription! are atrlctly caah-ln-ad-anoe to all -and paper will be atopped promptly when aubacrlptlon haa ax olred. .. . f . . I mm I Iff ' 1 Tomorrow Night Thursday COLLINS & HARLAN Tomorrow night Richmond is privileged to hear Collins and Harlan. , America's favorite entertainers will appear in person. Their program consists of the "songs that make Amer ica laugh." Assisting the songsters will be Mr. Thomas A. Edi son's Three Million Dollar Phonograph. OPERA HOUSE at 8: 15 P. M. Free Tickets m Call, write or telephone us for free tickets of admittance. They will bejssued in order of application. Munc...

Publication Title: Richmond Daily Register
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond daily register. — 17 September 1919

Juc- -.i-l ly Ke-ir Rithracr. jt Idbca County Wednesday Afternoon, September J 7, 1919 V-..- ' : ;v -..,-A:- : f. TMId WILL Uttllb; UIUMIJUUU reuuw 1 Wr We SKduldn't Have WA7 T, Oc We Should Social and Personal Engagement of Interest . Friends here have received news, of the anouncemcnt of the engagement of Miss Dorothy Parsons, of Portland, Oregon, to' Mr. Thomas Foster MeJ calf, Jr., of Danyille. Mr. ' Metcalf has a number of friends and rela tives here and is a splendid young man,- the son of Mr. and Mrs.. Thomas Metcalf, Sr. He left a few days ago lor Portland as a number of ' social affairs will be given the young couple prior to the wedding. Miss Parsons is the attractive daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Seeley Parsons, and is a graduate of the University of Ore gon. THIS WOMAN FOUND HEALTH And Escaped an Operation by TakingLydiaE.Pinkhanifs O Vegetable Compound. Haielhnrst; Ga."I bave used your renwdiea for only tea months, and thn isaved me from o. reparation. Beforo cook iiyd...

Publication Title: Richmond Daily Register
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond daily register. — 17 September 1919

.,,,;'-.A:.:,:,?;;v7-.;i:-j i.v:?.-:?:i:4'' Y ,1 :-v Richmond Daily Register,' Rictimond, Madison County Wecfay AfterniDon, September 17, 1919 t : ?':-,-: - ;.tf;U I Mrs. StoufferV Opening 22-27 , r Watch This Space Sept. ML 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, 1919v WILL SELL YOU FROM ONE TO ONE HUNDRED TONS, WEIGHED OVER CITY'S SCALES Thirty car loads of 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. 18 per cent Duplex Basic Phosphate Slag, $24.50 per Ton 16 per tent Acid Phosphate; $26 per Ton UNION SUPPLY CO. Incorporated Green Clay, Agent Phones 51 and 319 P OF DESIRABLE SMALL FARM Saturday, Sept. 20 at 10 O'clock , As agents for the heirs of G. W. Park, deceased, I will sell to the highest bi...

Publication Title: Richmond Daily Register
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond daily register. — 18 September 1919

rr-i, '-I. . tf -? vx i; til r . i i iv j m i :i lot i i j i j i ,1 i. ; rw n 1 iVwir n 1 11 ..;.-j?L';; ; Established 1 86553d Year--No' 247 Richmond. Madison County Kentucky; Jhurstk'y Afternoon, September 18, 1919 Single Copy 5 Cents o; SELLS FLOUR CHEAPER III OTHER STATES High Cost of Living Commission er Says Louisville Millers Are Ducriminating - Louisville, Ky., Sept. 18 A fair price list' for foodstuffs may never be agreed on or published ty the Ken- . tucky High Cost of Living Commis sion, according to M. B. Kendrlck, a member of j its " Investigation Com mittee, who ' made the following , statement, in the nature of a dis closure, regarding work of the com mission: ' : : "Under the acts made during the war, fair price committees should be composed of a wholesaler, a retailer,a butcher and a producer. For two weeks member of the committee have been fighting to publish a fair price list. j "I believd it Is impossible to find a committee composed of dealers who voluntarily wo...

Publication Title: Richmond Daily Register
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond daily register. — 18 September 1919

VA .. .. f HIGHEST PRICE GETa THE CREAM . We will pay you as high as the highest price in ;r Richmond for your CREAM all the time and higher when the market will stand it and will give you honest weight and test all the time. We will also pay you the top of the market for your POULTRY AND EGGS ALL THE TIME Welcome to our Creamery Follow the BJue Cans with the Yellow Tops Across street from Zar ing's Mill. KENTUCKY CREAMERIES Owned and Operated by Armour & Company RICHMOND, KENTUCKY Mrs. Roberta H. Reynolds, Manager Home Killed MEATS That Satisfy When you order at our market, you don't get a piece of meat that has been in cold storage. We kill fresh beef right here at home. There's quite a dif ference. Our prices will please you also. x E H. WELLS & CO : 1 CTO I Z (F Southern Optical Co. Incorporated T Manufacturer f Pert eet-Fittlng SPECTACLES AND EYE CLASSES . Kryptoks . Artificial Eye iBTlslMe Bifocal Lena 4th A Chestnut 8ta, LOUISVILLE, KY. Richmond Daily Register . N. SA...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond daily register. — 18 September 1919

;ITDIf,tl 1 '' " t I Under Auspices of r.luncy Bros. Ticketo Frco-r Apply dtSoirOfficoS iirooJ InJapOaini Social ancf Personal r &n Craig Rochester ' A number of Richmond relatives at tended the wedding of Miss Salh'e Mills Craig to Mr, John Welch Rochester solemnized' at the First Presbyterian' church at Stanford Wednesday morning at 10 ' o'clock. The church was beautifully decorated for the affair. Miss Cynthia Davi son, of Richmond sang 'Oh Promise Me" just before the entrance of the bridal party. 'The bride was lovely in a blue tailored suit. She was given away at the altar by her fath er, Dr. W. N. Craig. Her maid of honor was her sister Miss . Annie V. Craig, and the bridesmaids were her ouains, Misses Nancy K. McKinney d Annette ' Wearen. Hon.' K. S Alcorn was best man for Mr. Roches ter, " the other attendants being Messrs. E. R. Coleman, Lee Hill, Jack Rout and Lieut. H- C. Carpenter. Rev. P. L. '. Bruce said the words which made this popular young i Health About Gone M...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond daily register. — 18 September 1919

, -J r 1 Richmond Daily Register, Richmond Madison Countyllhursday Afterrran,- September 1 fcV 1,9 j$ j "$d 'i A:: - , All'- ' "BEND s V'VWIVV!--. . 'X-1 -..vi.VV".:-.' , 1 ' Mrs. Stouffer's Opening Sept. 22-27 Watch This Space WHEAT WANTED We want to buy your Wheat and will pay the market price. We are ready to take care ol your wants ZARING'S MILL The 10 per cent surcharge on fire insurance premiums, which has been in effect since July 1918, has been lifted by the fire in surance companies in Kentucky. DR. J. B. MILLION PHTSIOIAII AND BVKGEOlt (Be VMtalM .vcr Bal las East af Alkaaafcra. Theatre, alula Street Bob Walker, Genl Auctioneer flairs arid aaywaera aaa will sell aar talasr Veterinary Wark la all Ita braachea All klada af vehicles far aale Stable ahaae Mai realdeaee phoae 688 Dr. JAMES H. JEFFRIES rHTnioiAir fflee OLDHAM BUILDING Mala St Ofaee PHOKBI Keaieeaea SIB GET SLOAN'S FOR YOUR PAIN RELIEF Just one trial convinces you Sloan's Liniment helps drive away rheumatic twing...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond daily register. — 19 September 1919

Agister Established 1 865 53d Year No. 248 w Richmond. Madison County Kentucky, Friday Afternoon, September 19,1919 Single Copy 5 Cents DSiKDifflMdDHni) .1 JT X: f' PARIS GREEN III WATER AT M'GOYN'S FARM Dastardly Deed Discovered Early Friday Morning Before A"- . mats Had Drank Some scoundrel placed paris preen in a snrine- and DOol in a pasture on the farm of Messrs. A. K. and T. Q. McCown on the Red House pike, three miles from Richmond Thursday night. Luckily the gentlemen discovered the poison before any animals had a chance to drink of the water, which would, of course, have caused almost instant death. Iv.TJiafa is tin rliw as vet tft the perpetrator of such a dastardly act, but everything is being done to discover him and bring him to justice. . Tom McCown went to the spring with a mule to water him Friday morning, and noticed the ereen looking matter in the water ; he then went to the spring and found the same there. He reported the matter to his father. They scraped out a l...

Publication Title: Richmond Daily Register
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond daily register. — 19 September 1919

I; Richmond Daily Register, Richmond, Madison County Friday Afternoon, September 19, 1919 IRELAND MAY PUT CASE TO LEAGUE WILSON SUGGESTS ARTICLE XI COVERS STATUS OF ERIN'S CLAIMS. c a package before the war c a package during the war c a package NOW THE FLAUOR LASTS SO DOES T.ic PRICE! 1ST P HflOMC Sale OF DESIRABLE SMALL FARM Saturday, Sept. 20 at 10 O'clock As agents for the heirs of G. W. Park, deceased, I will sell to the highest bidder the farm containing 66 3-4 acres, 7 miles east of Richmond, on the Speedwell pike. This farm is well improved. A dwelling containing 7 rooms, halls and porches, all necessary outbuildings, good barn, etc.. .Daily mail, R. F. D., telephone, near churches, stores and mills. Parties wish ing to look this farm over will be shown by C. F. Park cr J. Embry Park. 1 Terms made known on day of sale. At same time and place will sell a two horse wagon, car penter's work bench, grind stone, corn shelter, a lot of bushel potato crates and a wheel scraper. G. ...

Publication Title: Richmond Daily Register
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond daily register. — 19 September 1919

nil . J. B. Stouffer EJU Announces Her Mrs 1(5 III Kaufman-Straus Company Incorporated . . of Louisville, Kentucky . DISPLAY OF FALL AND WINTER STYLES IN LADIES AND MISSES Coats, Wraps, Suits, Dresses Waists, Sweaters, Etc THESE WONDERFUL IN8TRU MENT8 OF DESTRUCTION NOW ON PEACEFUL MISSION. -v ' WHOLE CAR LOAD OF THEM 0 ft' fei' I 24th 2 SETS I m ' N ii D ,1' The state 7 A n M l y fill W. E. Moss, Advertising Manager ' LANCASTER, KENTUCKY Bolivar Bond, Auctioneer 10 O'CLOCK THIS FARM WE WILL SELL FOR 0. H. Hendren and R. G. Woods On Menalus pike, 8 miles from Richmond, 4 miles Paint Lick, 7 miles Berea. Long frontage on pike. IMPROVEMENTS A brand new 6'room dwelling, 2 porches, cellar, cistern, new barn 36x40, new garage and all outbuildings new. Another 6 room dwelling, porch, cistern, two large barns 40x120 and 44x1 20 20 foot eaves, 2 concrete silos 16.x 42. Can feed one hundred head of cattle in each barn. Two tenant houses. 25 acres in tobacco, 90 acres in corn, 40 acres meadow...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond daily register. — 19 September 1919

' Richmond Daily Register, Richmorid,Madisori Coun 191919 , r f. . . . mmmm A MESSAGE TO EVERY VJOCIAN Demoestratiomi-Home Labor-Saving AT OUR OFFICE- SEPTEMBER 24-26 -3-6 P. M. True Economy Lies In Taking Advantage of Modern Methods of Saving Labor Health and Money A SMALL PAYMENT DOWN PUTS ANY MACHINE IN YOUR HOME BALANCE MONTHLY WITH ELECTRIC LIGHT BILL mi ivJlacMinies I ii . .IIM I III I III DO NOT FAIL TO SEEtHESE WONDERFUL LABOR SAVERS IN ACTUAL OPERATION n u Kentucky UtiSD5tio ompaimv INCORPORATED 51 --.t. .. WW - ' r1 Richmond Daily Register S. M. 8AUFLK1. BMlt mm PnhMOT Entered at tn potofflc In Richmond u second claaa mail matter under Act of Congresa of 1875. ftabaerlpttaa Rates. Per year, bjr mall out or city , ll-tO lux montna Djr mail out 01 ciiy.u :ij t i.vu l6o Three months by mail out of city In city, by carrier, per wee Use montn or man Mubacrtntlona ara atrlctlr cuh-ln-ad ranee to all and paper will be stopped promptly when subscription has expired. Keep Patriotic...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond daily register. — 19 September 1919

r 3 0 :y --je- , . . ... XTEa The VJ03LD Y This Woman Says :xd ty iiicljr.csd, Ccusty ' FncLy Afteboa, Scpteatler 19,; 1919 That Lydia E. Pinkham't Vegetable Compound made Mp a Well Woman. Lot Angeles. Cel." I suffered with female troubles for yean, waa tick rnnost ox ue time. was not able to do Imy own housework, land i could not set (help from doctors. U saw Lydia E. Pink. ham's Vegetable loomtMufld adver tised in the newspa pers, and took six bottles, and am a I woman. You an use mv name to tell the world the your medicine has done me as I shall praise it always, -ours. a. u , Devine, 647 Sst. faul Avenue, Los Angeles, Calif. Women who suffer from any form of weakness, as indicated by displace Vnents, inflammation, ulceration, irreg ularities, backache, headaches, nervous ness dr "the blues," should do as Mrs, De Vine did, and give Lydia E. Pinkham'i Vegetable Compound a thorough trial. For over forty' years this famous remedy, which contains the curative. strengthening propertie...

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. — 19 September 1919

Hie Richmond Daily , ReterRttfrohdtMadi Friday Afternoon? Septmber'l9; i91 $ ' V IF JB&roeone -llSmei and Auction Farm Sale Condensed Report of the Condition of MADISON NATIONAL BANK of Richmond, Kentucky at the close of business September 12, 1919 Resources Loans and Discounts $426,22 1 .86 U.S. and other Bonds 217,697.15 $643,919.01 Federal Reserve Bk 5,500.00 Real Estate.. ------- 9,500.00 Cash and Due from Banks . . - 1 56,792.34 Total - ...$815,711.35 Liabilities Capital Stock - ,'.$125,000.00 Surplus I - 57,500.00 Undivided Profits- 8,616.79 $191,116.79 Circulation 94,500.00 Deposits -' 530,094.56 Total ... .......$815,711.35 Business Solicited. R. It BURNAM, Cashier. J Shb Hoes To Market Via Motor Vehicle Shipping hogs to market via motor trucks not only 6aves delivery time, but the saving in weight more than paya all the costs of operating the truck. Before hogs are shipped to the stockyards they have to be fed to reach a certain weight. In other words, they are fattened...

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. — 19 September 1919

Richmond Daily Register, Richmond, Madison County Friday Afternoon, September 19, 1919 Q MRS SPICK and MRS SPAN WANTS NEWS OF HER LATE HUSBAND'S KIN ,'j is the BEST for cleaning, scouring, scrubbing and polishing. 5 mrs. spick: Is proud of kit Batk-room J The tub, bowl, ind closet '. look like new; The floor it bright and . clean; (rea FULL-SIZED can of SPOTLESS CLEANSER MRS. SPAN ! Is pmtd of her Kitthtn .The kettles, pot and pant fairly (litter; The sink has a fresh, Mil itary odor; The linoleum wears a . brand-new look . TPTTrP TP'.TP. avHM MP - SMaV aiaaaaaaaaBaaaar tHHaaaVkW . The metal fixtures fm.m SPOT! ESS CLEANSER .SPOTLESS CLEANSER ' 5" ZJJ' V. s. "T- 3m bcmr to pply Ihii coupon 5c payment on 72a nil i w 'Z' 1 We redeem the coupon! it 5c providing con 'I' IlllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllIIIIL OFFICE & YARDS, 3RD ST- RICHMOND, KY. 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, Kentuc...

Publication Title: Richmond Daily Register
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond daily register. — 19 September 1919

Richmond Daily Register, Richmond, Madison County Friday Afternoon, September 19, 1919. 1 - u ( -Of Zl FARING LAHS Irarsday, Oct Magnificent Farms of Mrs. James Bennett and IVarfield Bennett at White Hall P. 0. On Richmond-Lexington turnpike, six miles from Richmond and 20 miles from Lexington it public auction. Located in the very best section of Madison county and being in the highest state for cultivation these lands offer a great opportunity to any one desiring a home and farm. Will raise tobacco, torn, hemp and any other crops. Close to churches, schools and stores. Thursday, Oct. 2, at 10 A. M. on Premises . We will sell for WarfieldBennett his f arm of 2 1-2 MCPOS known as "Homeland," with long frontage on Richmond-Lexington pike. On this farm is a handsome brick residence, large tobacco barn, two cottages, stock scales and other out buildings. One of the most desirable homes in the county. Well watered by ponds and never failing springs. . " r This farm will be offered, firs...

Publication Title: Richmond Daily Register
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond daily register. — 20 September 1919

.,:::; ) ; " ; - . AJLJL f Established 1865 53d Year No, 249 - Richmond. Madison County Kentucky, Saturday" Afternoon,' September 20, 1919 Single Copy 5 Cents J. O I. .X :. lit RETAIL MERCHANTS WILL ORGANIZE Meeting To Be Held Over State With One In Richmond Thursday, Sept. 25th That the movement to band the retail merchants of Kentucky together into cne powerful state wide organization will meet with complete success is indicated by the great enthusiasm and in terest in it that is being directed by the Retailers' Association of Kentucky, is already well under way, and within a month it is expected that the association will be firmly established. During the State Fair at Louis ville, a meeting was held and headquarters were maintained at .the Fair Grounds, when the pur poses ofvthe organization were explained and the statewide movement was formally launch ed. Over 200 retail men from all sections of the State were on hand at the meetings and hearti ly endorsed the association and ex...

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. — 20 September 1919

v v .. Richmond Daily Register, Richmond, Madison County Saturday Afternoon, September 20, 1919 v A MESSAGE TO EVERY WOMAN . Labor-S me AT OUR OFFICk SEPTEMBER 24-26 -3-6 P. M. True Economy Lies In Taking Advantage of Modem Methods of Saving Labor, Health and Money TT ' n n TT IT fljemomtration-Mo 60 Acre Farm at Auction ON- WEDNESDAY, OCT. 1st At 10 O'clock A. M. In order to wind up a partner ship business, will sell to the highest bidder a nice little Farm of 60 Acres more or less. Best located and improved farm in this part of the county, one-half mile from high school; fine young orchard; one acre of strawberries; finest truck, and fruit-growing farm, in this section. Tobacco and corn to sell. Also some live stock; 4 meat hogs ; 1 extra good cow ; one calf ; farming implements etc. Farm is located one .mile from Waco, one and "one-fourth miles from three churches. Come. If you miss this sale sale, you miss the opportunity of a lifetime to buy a nice comfortable little home. . H1...

Publication Title: Richmond Daily Register
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