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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond daily register. — 20 September 1919

- : r i o m - -'ML Richmond Da3y Register, Richmond, MacEson County Saturday AfternoonSeptember 20, 1919 "fff T -If" Avoid drastic cathartics. What your system.; needs is a mild but thorough' cleaning out something to remove and correct con ditions which cause the ' trouble. You'll find it in "The Waterway to Health" An American Medicinal Min eral Water, bottled at the spring, without any conden sin? or fortifying. 64 Doses $1.00 Dose: Tablespoonful in a glass of water. Deyonia is also pre-i scribed by physicians for rheumatic affec tions, hardening of ar k teries, high blood pres sure and skin affections'. - On preicrlptlon or from your drup- f;ist. Free book, et on rcqucit. The Devonian Mineral Spring Co. r (incorporated) Oweniboro, Ky. m Social and Personal k n I.ntertained for Birthday Mrs. Willis Kennedy, entertained with a delicious bix o'clock dinner, Thursday evening, in honor of her husband's birthday. Mrs. Kennedy's plans, were not made known . to him, until guests arrived...

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. — 20 September 1919

- 1 Richmond Daily Register, Richmond, Macfison County Saturday Afternoon, September 20, 1919 PUBLIC SALE The undersigned will sell to the highest bidder THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 25th ' the following: at 10 a. in., 1 1-2 miles from Union City, on College Hill road, 1 pair 5-year-old mules; 1 4-year-old combined lady's mare; 8 milch cows, some extra good;' 2 brood sows; 14 80 pound shoats; 1,000 bundles rye; 1,000 bundles oats; 12 acres corn in heap; 100 shocks fodder ; 1 Studebaker wagon; 1 disc harrow;'! mowing machine; 1 buggy and harness; 1 Lily ' Separator; 3 milk cans;'l Bell City cutting box; 1 steel beam plow ; 1 tobacco, 1 single shovel, 1 double shovel and 1 garden plow ; 1 good 64 bolt slide ; 1 spring wagonand harness ; 1 corn sheller ; digger ; hoes, pitch forks ; wagon and plow harness ; 1 set iron tribble trees ; 5 No. 1 red oak gate patterns ; 1 mounted ball bearing grind stone; 1 new sausage mill; 1 grass seeder'; 1 vice ; 1 heating stove ; 1 foot heater ; all kinds wood ...

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. — 22 September 1919

Established j 865 53d Year No. 250 .. ; Richmond; Madison County Kentucky, Monday Afternoon, September 22, 1919 Single Copy 5 Cent r I.- BIG STEEL STRIKE IS STARTED TODAY Errmlovers , Claim Strikers Are Principally Foreigners Plants W Or King in many isisincis (By Associated Press) The preliminary skirmish in the great industrial .struggle which opened today between the labor unions and the United States Steel Corporation affecting dis rectly or indirectly half a million wage earners, produced the usual conflicting claims-by the leaders of both sides. . ; In the great strategic centers of the struggle the Chicago and Pittsburg district, many thous ands of workers obeyed the strike order but early reports .. stated comparatively few plants were compelled to close. , . At a large number of outlying points, officials, of smaller plants reported they are operating as usual. Elbert. H. Gary, chairman of the Steel Corporation board, re fused to comment on the situa tion. Secretary Foster ...

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. — 22 September 1919

The Richmond Daily ReKistertfrchmond, Madison County, Monday Afternoon, September 22, 1919 Richmond Daily Register S. M. SAUFLEtt. Editor mmi Proprietor Entered at tne postoftlce In Richmond u second dam mall matter under Act of Congress of 1875. I.'. Jfl Fall Tailoring Opening as :0- i September 24th and 25th An Exposition of Exclusive Woolens by t r:r j Isaac Hamburger & Sons 'I in or. i ;v ; i'hv 'in ' .iff:.' ," i: Hi t Qi'. !!!. T, TC J. .: :!'. ' W i;' '.a .' ! : r. r.n Merchant Tailors Baltimore You Are Cordially Invited To Attend J. S. Stanifer Clothing Store Richmond, Kentucky IN CAR LOAD LOTS $l.0 Subscription Rate. n. v. MBII nf ftv Blx month by mall out of oltjrl.90 rcu... K mall nut of c.itv 11.00 In city, by carrier, per week lOo One month by mall , 6o Subscriptions are atrlctly caah-ln-ad-rance to all and paper will be stopped promptly when subscription has expired. Senator Beckham, the United States Railroad Ad- pnisftation and Hazard Coal Operator's Association ...

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. — 22 September 1919

'.'V-t.v; -a,-:,-' , Richmond Daily Register, Richmond, Madison County Monday Afternoon; September 22, 1919 . - 1 It I H II I I I I lit I t ... o it' II T - I 11 f, I . II I i ii i i i . Special Advertised SALE on at Belue s this week vB E. Belue Company will have a Special Low Price Sale all this week in order to meet comneti- tion. We are going to offer un heard of prices on all Suits, Coats, Dresses, Waists, Skirts and Mil linery this week. It will be to yiour interest to come in and get pur prices before buying. : ip-. B. E. Belue Co. Corner Main & Collins Social nd Personal Gabby Arnold Miss Lucille Gabby, only daughter of rrof. and Mrs. B. F. Gabby, Lan caster avenue, and Mr. Joseph B. Arnold, elder son of Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Arnold, were quietly married tojday at' 3 p. m., at the home of the brVlc by Dr. Homer W. Carpenter. A few of the near .relatives and friends were present for the cere mony. The bride has been a resi dent of Richmond a short time, but is a general favo...

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. — 22 September 1919

' ' ' if- Richmond Daily Register, Richmond, Madison County Monday Afternoon September 22, 191.9 : HAVE A SMALL SHIPMENT BETTER ORDER NOW COAL AND FEED FHONE 28 PIJONE 224 WUUJ u Lfi Magnificent Farms of Mrs. James Bennett and Warfield Bennett at White Hall P. 0. On Richmond-Lexington turnpike, six miles from Richmond and 20 miles from Lexington at 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, corn, hemp and any other crops. Close to churches, schools and stores. . , mmmmiEmm Thursday, Oct. 2, at 10 A. M. on Premises We wjll sell for WarfieldBennett his f arm of 2 112 Acres Oct 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 p...

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. — 23 September 1919

-' Established 1865 53d Year -No. 251 Richmond. Madison County Kentucky, Tuesday Afternoon September 13, 1919 Single Copy 5 Cent v r O STEEL INDUSTRY IS BADLY CRIPPLED Full Extent of Big Strike Not Certain Yet But Worker Are Making Big Claims ". (By Associated Press) The second day of the ; great Struggle between labor unions and the United States Steel Cor poration opened with the question as to the extent to which the in dustry is affected by the strike still uncertain. Confused as it is, by the conflicting claims of both . , ,1 . ! f x !- siaes, mat tne sieei inausiry is " gravely crippled in local centers of Pittsburg, Chicago and J .Youngstown is certain and early ) reports today recorded several gains lor tne striicers. In the Pittsburg district, sev fVral plants which attempted tc " Vjcontinue operations yesterday, shut down today. In the Chic ago district, nearly all plants, in cluding those at Hammond and Gary, are either closed or operat ed at greatly reduced capacity. In ...

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. — 23 September 1919

Richmond Daily Register, Richmond, Madison County Tuesday Afternoon, September 23,-1919 V EEHBSLlw cities give uiti no an miiTmii fflLdUn UVAIIUN Keep it ha ndy it knows no equal in relieving pains and aches SLOAN'S LINIMENT has been sold for 38 years. Today, it is more popular than ever. There can be but one answer it produces " results. Applied without rubbing, it penetrates ' to the afflicted part, bringing relief from rheumatic twinges, sciatica, sore, stiff, strained muscles, lame back, and other exterior pains' and sprains and the result of .exposure. It leaves no mussiness, stain, clogged pores. Get a large pottle for greater econ omy. Keep it handy for use when needed. Your druggist has it. Three sizes 35c, 70c., $1.40 , r PRESIDENT DRIVES THROUGH MILES OF CHEERING THRONGS' AT OAKLAND. ' HE URGES QUICK .ACTION HONORABLE MENTION Our fresh and cured Meats receive the unanimous ap proval of Richmond house wives. Many of them have . been buying' from us for J 1 J 111. - - J V. 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. — 23 September 1919

w 1 The Richmond Daily Register Richmond, Madison County, "Tuesday Afternoon, September 23, 1919 PUBLIC i ',. The undersigned will sell to the highest bidder . , ; THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 25th the following: ' . -at 10 a. m.; 1 1-2 miles' from Union City, on College Hill road, 1 pair S-year-olji mules; 1 4-year-old combined; lady's marc; 8 milch cows, some extra good; 2 brodd sows; 14 80- pound shoats; 1,000 bundles rye; 1,000 bundles oats; ,12 acres : corn in heap; lUU shocks loader; I Mudebaker, wagon; l disc harrow; 1' mowing. machine; 1 buggy and harness; 1 Lily Separator; 3 milk cans; 1 Bell City cutting box; 1 steel beam plow ; 1 tobacco', 1 single shovel, 1 double shovel and 1 garden plow ;, 1 good 64 bolt slide'; 1 spring wagonand harness; 1 corn shellcr"; digger; hoes, pitch forks; wagon and plow harness ; 1 set iron tribble trees ; 5 No. 1 red oak gate patterns ; 1 mounted ball bearing grind stone; 1 new sausage mill; 1 grass seeder; 1 vice ; 1 heating stove ; 1 foot heater ; ...

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. — 23 September 1919

Richmond Daily Register, Richmond, Madison County Tuesday Afternoon, September 23, 1919 9- Richmond Daily Register S. M. SAUFXHT. E Altar and Proarletef - Entered at tee postofflc In Richmond U second class mail nutter under Act of Congress of 1176. : n - ' I x. : p. all Tailoring Opening September 23rd and 24thtf An Exposition of Exclusive Woolens by ' I Isaac Hamburger & Sons r Merchant Tailors Baltimore You Are Cordially Invited Tp Attend IS. Stanifer Clothing Store Richmond, Kentucky 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 Groceries, Fruits and Vegetables and we solicit your patron age. D. B. McKinney & Company Sabserlptlea Rate. rer year, py mail out or city- Six months by mail out of city 43.00 Three months by ...

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. — 23 September 1919

Richmond Daily Register, Richmond, Madison County Tuesday Afternoon, September 23, 1 91 9 Here, There, Everywhere The Robert .Ford farm near Paris rtri ! I 4 II Haiti, ESZBES. Ml SBHKKf SIX FEATURE FILMS made especially for young people and children. MRS. B. L. BARKER win entertain at the Opera House, Sept. 24. At 4 P. M. See this wonderful entertainment, and the runny BILLYKIDS. igy ' Free tickets may be had at RIC AND ARNOLD'S STORE White They L 8ee how the thoet you wear are made. How many people work on each shoe before it is finished. What kind of machinery is used in the big shoe factories. You mustn't miss this show. See the Billyldds Say; they're the funniest ever I Get your free tickets right now. RICE AND ARNOLD The One Price House Social and Personal Estis Townsend Miss Elizabeth Estes, one of the attractive young ladies of the Waco section, was married in Lancaster Saturday to Mr. Geo. Townsend, of Clayton, Michigan. After a few days stay with friends in Lancaster, they ...

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. — 23 September 1919

t Richmond Daily Register, Richmond, Madison County Tuesday Afternoon, September 23, 1919 ; ')' nrausaiiaw. WILL ANSWER GALL OF WHOLE WORLD III II IMIIIMIHj 1 J 4 B&roeciie. .Dimnner and Auction Farm Sale 7 C 'of Best Land in Boyle County, Ky., at Auction, 10:30 A. M. Thursday, Sept 25 The famous "Spring Hill" Stock Farm, only 3 1 -2 miles from Danville on the Danville-Stanford pike, the property of Mr. J. A. Robinson; subdivided in Five Tracts, acreage of each approximately as follows: v IMPROVEMENTS ON EVERY TRACT ' TRACT NO. 1 60 acres, all in grass; has good small house; barn; cistern; ev erlasting water; long pike frontage; lies well and is ready for the plow. TRACT NO. 2250 acres, all in grass except 50 acres. Magnificent two-story brick residence of 12 rooms; two bath rooms, completely equipped with water sysT tern, light plant, basement under entire house; heated with furnace; a residence you could not dupjicate today for $30,000. An $8,000 stock barn, with water and lig...

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. — 23 September 1919

1 .'- The Richmond Daily Register Richmond, Madison County Tuesday Afternoon, September 23, 1919 P x. it SO Bring pleasure and comfort into every home where they are wed Pleasure be cause of their beauty and efficiency; comfort . because of the great amount of time and labor they save. The spirit of war-time economy is shown not only in the saving of money and food, but also in the conservation of time and work. It is (he duty of every housewife to aid in local waf activities, but many are unable to do so because of the great amount of time required for household caret. Electricity solves this problem by doing the tasks that ordi narily take the best part of a day in few hours, giving more time and accomplishing the work in a far mote efficient manner. W. Carrra CoioplHeUneoJ USIVElfcAL EUetrie Hhm Nwdi. MADISON ELECTRIC CO. . Phone 144 Second and Main St. delco-lighTproducts WAR MOTHERS PLAN BIG MEETING WARNING In compliance with the law, you are requested and directed to meet me o...

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. — 23 September 1919

The Richmond Daily RegisterTuesday Afternoon, September 23, 1919 Mrs. J. B. Stouffer Announces Her Kaufman-Straus Company Incorporated of Louisville, Kentucky DISPLAY OF FALL AND WINTER STYLES IN LADIES AND MISSES Coats, Wraps, Suits, Dresses Waists, Sweaters, Etc Beginning MONDAY, Sept. 22, and Throughout the Week REMEMBER THE DATES SEPTEMBER 22 to 27 Opening will be held in Neale Bennett's Furniture Store IN CAR LOAD LOTS Senator Beckham, the United States Railroad Ad inistration and Hazard Coal Operator's Association are holding a conference for the relief of coal car short age in the Hazard field. We will take your order for coal and get it as soon as possible. We CAN get coal if anybody in Madison County, Ky. can, and just as soon. We can deliver at once: 18 per cent Duplex Basic Phosphate Slag,; $24.50 per Ton 16 per cent Acid Phosphate, $26 per Ton UNION SUPPLY CO Incorporated Green Clay, Agent Richmond, Ky. Phones 51 and 319 Wonderful new Autumn Fashions arriving daily The b...

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 September 1919

E(MSTEB, Established 1 865 53d Year No. 252 Richmond. Madison County Kentucky, Wednesday Afternoon, September 24, 1 91 9 Single Copy 5 Cents WILSON CALLS TO PIONEERS' BLOOD Nevada Applauds Appeal For League Urges Sons To Go Forward As father Did Aboard President Wilson's Special Train through the regions made fa mous by the pioneers of Western America President Wilson passed on the beginning of his homeward journey from the Pacific Const. And to the descendants of these pio neers he pointed out In his addresses that In the same way as the forward moving mennd women of '49 hns blazed the trail which opened up our land so the forward' looking men and women of 1919 must blaze the way which shall lead all the world to peace and Justice, Just as those brave souls of '49 had gone ahead, never fearing what was In the next canyon ahead of Uiem. We must go ahead. .now, the President pointed out, conlldent that In our leadership of the world through the League of Nations, we will find the rig...

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 September 1919

Richmond Daily Register, Richmond, Madison County , , Wednesday Afternoon; September 24, 1919 AN ORDINANCE An ordinance providing for thei construction, reconstruction and im provement of portions of Main street, First street, Second .. street, ' Third street, Lancaster ave., and Irjjne street, according to plans specifications adopted by the Board of Council of the City of Richmond, Kentucky. Whereas, the 1 Board of Council of the city of Richmond has hereto- , fore by resolution adopted August 15th, 1919, declared it to be neces ary to construct, reconstruct and im prove certain hereinafter designated ' portions of Main street, First street, Second street, Third street, Lancas ter avenue and Irvine street and has by said resolution given notice that it would enact an ordinance providing for the construction, reconstruction and improvement of said designated portions of said streets, , including the construction of curbing and gut tering on both sides, and providing and requiring t...

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 September 1919

V" 4 "The Richmond Daily'RegisterRichmond, Madison County, Wednesday Afternoon, September 24, 1919 ft Itching, Scratching, Skin Diseases That Burn Like Flames of Fire ' ' Here Is a Sensible Treatment That Get .Prompt Results. Eczema and similar skin troubles - come from a disordered, impure condition of the blood, and they can onlybe cured by giving the blood a thorough cleansing, and removing from it all traces of im purity. This is why S. S. S. has been used so successfully in hundreds of cases of Eczema and other skin eruptions. This wonderful remedy is without an equal as a blood pur- , ifier, being probably the oldest : blood medicine on the market. It has been sold by druggists for fifty years. Get a bottle today and be gin treatment that will get results. You are invited to, write to-day for complete and full advice as to the treatment of your own case. . Address, Chief Medical Adviser,' Swift Specific Co., Dept. 52. At lanta, Ga. $90,000 STAKES AND PURSES B4 mum rvn 4 1 iT m...

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 September 1919

" r. Richmond Daily Register, Richmond, Madison County Wednesday Afternoon, September 24, 1919 Richmond Daily Register s M. Al l l.IC. nUltar aaU l'rxlr Entered at tue postofflce In Rlctunond a aeuooa class umik matter under Act or Congress of 187S. Aobacrlattea Rates. rer year, by mail out or cuy. Bix montns ty man out or Three months by mall out In city, by carrier, per wee! 'Ue montn oy aaait IT II. city I J. of city $1. LOO 00 10c Jio tiubacrlntlona are strictly cash-In -ad vance to all and paper will be stopped promptly when subscription nas ex-plred. The Great White Way In all sections of this conti nent the people are awakening to the advantages of proper street illumination. Business men's as sociations, publicity clubs and the -citizens at large are uniting in a tommon effort to. boost their "home town" by the proper lighting of the streets. This activity is not due to abstract theory, but is the result of the proven fact that good street lighting is essential to the wel fa...

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 September 1919

Richmond Daily Register, RicfamonJ, Madison County , Wednesday, Afternoon, September 24, 1919 Special Advertised SALE on at Belue's 1 this week B E. Belue Company will have a Special Low Price Sale all this week in order to meet competi tion. We are going to offer un heard of prices on all Suits, Coats, Dresses, Waists, Skirts and Mil linery this week. It will be to your interest to come in and get our prices before buying. jS3- B. E. Belue Co. Corner Main & Collins 13 Social and Personal Miscellaneous Shower The following clipping from the Eustis Lake Region will be of in tercst to the relatives and friends of the bride elect here: One of the pret tiest of the prenuptial parties for Miss Elizabeth Miller was the mis cellaneous shower given last Thurs day afternoon by Mesdames W. H. (TJishop and W. C. Smoak, at the home of the latter, on Key avenue The decorations of golden rod and ferns lent an atmosphere of fall to the interior. Large vases pf golden rod were used on mantles, ...

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 September 1919

'f ' " 7 V:.' Richmond Daily Register, Richmond, Madison County x Wednesday Afternoon, September 241919 . -' October 1st THESE GO OFF MY LIST 4- 114 ACRES ON GOOD PIKE One-half mile from school, 3-4 of a mile from church R. F. D. at door, good producing land, improved with good 6 room frame dwelling, good implement shed, good stock barn about 40x50 feet, a new tobacco barn 40x72 feet, galvanized, roof. Farm well fenced and well watered will make a good home and land will make money at $175 per acre. A good new tenant house on this one. MlSSIOUS NEEDED ALSO III HOMELAND SECRETARY GRAY OF HOME BOARD SETS OUT 8ITUATION CONFRONTING SOUTHERN BAPTISTS THERE. V ! $12,000,000 IS GOAL SOUGHT 22 ACRES, SMALL DWELLING Good producing land, well fenced and located on good pike at $225 per acre. Dwelling is new and has cistern at doot. 100 ACRES, IMPROVED WITH HANDSOME DWELLING One of the best stock barns in county, good tobacco barn an(J. every convenience in small out buildings, land good, prod...

Publication Title: Richmond Daily Register
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
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