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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond daily register. — 3 October 1919

Richmond Daily Register, Richmond,' Madison County Friday Afternoon, October 3, 1 9 1 9 raaasaMaMaMMaaaBWMswaMsaMMBaaaiMa o o o to m c o package IIIO WUI c a package during the war c a package WOW THE FLAVOR LASTS SO DOES THE PRICE! THE REAL STORY OF Sergeant Willie Sandlin, Company A, 132nd Infantry, was one of the conspjclous Tieroes of the great war, TOLD IN RICHMOND A Resident Known To All Oar Read era Relate An Experience . Readers of the Register have been told ffjoin and again of the merits of that reliable, time-proved kidney remedy Doan's Kidney Pills- The experiences told are not those of un known persons, living far away. The cases are Richmond cases, told by Richmond people. H. C. Brewer, grocer, Big Hill ava., Richmond, says: "I have used Doan's Fills at different times when my kidneys have been out of order and I know they are a good, remedy. My back ached and I had soreness in my kidneys and it hurt me to stoop. My kidneys acted irregularly, espec iaally if I caught 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. — 3 October 1919

41 Ik s Richmond Daily Register Entered at tna po.tofflc In Rlenaiond mm aec.nd elMa mall mtt.r und.r Act vC ContfMM of 1ITS. SakaerlvtlM Rates. or awl out or aur- JS.M ffte month, by Mall out of oltr ILtO iraa aaomuia or nan m viij cltr. br carrier, par waaK. IS BUI by anbaorlDtloiia ax. atrlotlr ouh-la toe to ail ana paper win ne atoppea roaapujr wnea auDaeripuoa aaa ex trad. (Kentucky Federation of Women's Club" . The Kentucky Federation of Wo Lafon s Clubs of, which - Mrs. What Is Rheumatism? Why i t , Sufferers Should Realize That It Is a Blood Infection.. Doubtless like other sufferers, you have often asked jourself this question, which continues to re train unanswered. Science has proven' that Rheu matism is caused by a germ in your blood, and the only way to reach it is by a remedy which eliminates and-removes these little pain de mons. This explains why lini HAS ARRIVED WHAT?" THAT CAR OF Dairy Feed, Pig Meal, Horse ! and Mule Feed jLet us have your order for CREMO DAIRY. W...

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. — 3 October 1919

Richmond Daily Register, Richmond, Madison County Friday Afternoon, October 3, 191 9 PROGRAM FOR ENTIRE WEEK ALHAMBRA and OPERA HOUSE KEEP THIS PRO GRAM MONDAY, OCTOBER 6th WM.S. HART in "WAGON TRACKS" "Peril of Thunder Mountain," No. 11. Harold Lloyd in "Heap Big Chief." v TUESDAY, OCTOBER 7th MARION DAVES m "THE DARK STAR" A senational super-feature. "TRY TO GET IN." a Sennett Comedy Pathe New Weekly. , ; WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 8 MARYMcLEARN in 'THE AMAZING WIFE" c "His Home Sweet Home," Big V. Comedy. Pathe News Weekly. THURSDAY and FRIDAY , OCTOBER 9th and 10th HERE IT IS ' MARY PICKFORD III "DADDY LONG LEGS " , ' . The Picture You Have Been Waiting For SATURDAY, OCTOBER lltn TOM MOORE in "BROWN OF HARVARD" "The Great Gamble", No; 5 "Hard Luck," Christie Comedy O KEEP THIS PROGRAM KEEP THIS PROGRAM- KEEP THIS PROGRAM -KEEP THIS PROGRAM- ! TONIGHT ETHEL CLAYTON in "MEN, MONEY and WOMEN" ; -KEEP THIS PROGRAM- -KEEP THIS PROGRAM Social and Personal Club Meets With Mrs. Bowei The Progre...

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. — 3 October 1919

I.,' 4. ' Richmond Daily Register, Richmond, Madison County Friday Afternoon, October 3; 1919 vrT '..'V ; Weekly Health Talks II CORD ABOUT THE KIDNEYS BY" DOCTOR WATSON. People are easily, frightened when they think something 4 the matter with DELIGHTFUL DAY FOR FIGHTING BOYS Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Bellamy, of their lungs or heart, and well theythe Round Hili section, enter- may be; bat few people understand tHPw dangers of diseased kidneys. These -organs have a duty of vital importance to perform, and if they are diseased, there is no telling how or where the symptoms may appear. The kidneys are filters, and when they are healthy they remove the poisons from the blood and purify it. When the kidneys are diseased, the poisons are spread every where, and one of these poisons is nrio acid. The urio acid is carried all through the system and deposited in tained with a Spend-the-Day Saturday, 27th, the returned sol diers and sailors of the communi ty, in honor of their son, Hobart, who has...

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. — 3 October 1919

CC. o o o o o o o o o o tv o. o o o o o o o o o o . o o o o o o A. o o u O O ft Q O O o o 3' o o o;; o o o o o o o Mb.. Sale pHaving sold my farm, I will on . Thursday, October 9, 1 91 9 at 10 a. m- at my place known as the Taylor farm at Whit- L-Jock, sell at public auction the following property t J 2 milch cows; 2 yearling heifers; 3 weanling salves I good family mare, 7-years-old 1 7-yeaiioId pony, a good safe one 13 100 pound shoats; 1 300 pound sow 1 250 pound boar; good feeders 1 2-horse wagon, 2 3-4 Old Hickory; 1 good top buggy 1 no top buggy; 1 set buggy harness 1 set double wagon harness; plow gear of all kinds t Plows hoes, rakes, pitch forks, shovels, diggers, crow bars 1 stand bees; lot of bee gums; 1 tobacco hand setter 1 Old Trusty incubator; some good brooms; 1 slide Some baled straw; some corn and foodder 1 man's saddle; 1 woman's saddle; 1 new Knokner piano Household and kitchen furniture K. Kl. BYB WHITLOCK. Ky. ' -"i i'h i "I ' " T" " ' 'i-;; ij g ja My farm con...

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. — 3 October 1919

The Richmond Daily Register ff?chtnd. Madison County, Friday Afternoon; October 3, 1919 "A THE UNIVERSAL CAR The Ford Sedan, wltK electric self-starting and lighting system and demountable rims with 3 -inch tires front and rear, for every day in the year has no equal as a family Car. Just as popular on the farm as it is in the city. In fact, it fits the family demands in every vocation of life. Large, roomy seats, finely upholstered, plate glass windows make it an open car in pleasant weather, while in rainy and inclement weather it becomes a closed car, dust-proof1, and rain proof. It is not only comfortable, tut really cozy, and above all, economical in1, operation and maintenance, and ha3 all the Ford merits of strength and durability. .' . Madison Garage Incorporated Richmond, Ky. Short Course Offered The annual short course in agricul ture and home economics offered by the College of Agriculture, Lexington will open November 3, and continue for 15 weeks. , lAny person over 17 y...

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. — 4 October 1919

Mill : Established 1 865 53d Vear-NO. 261 Richmond. Madison County Kentucky, Saturday Afternoon, October 4, 1919: Single Copy 5 Cent v 1 i "i a .7 n I. o i t JIMMY RING BLANKS M SOX Great Pitching By Reds' Twirler Gives Cincinnati Victory In Fourth Game of Series The Snort By Innlnio . .. , R H B Cincinnati Chicago .... 0 0 0 0 2 0 0 0 :..o ooooooo 02 7 2 00 " 3 . S A " (By Aaioclaua FreM) Chicago, Oct. 4 Jimmy Ring, by pitching phenomenal ball to day, held the White Sox scoreless while his teammates, profiting, by the home club's errors, amassed " two runs and won the fourth game of the World's Series, by a ' score of 2 to 0. With the excep tion of his fielding errors, Cicotte . also pitched well, but his twirling Qvas by no means of . the quality VArved up by the Cincinnati pitch , (. The Sox got three hits off king's delivery while the Reds hit Cicotte safely seyen times. Both of Chicago's errors are charged to their pitcher, while' two Cincin nati fielders erred. The total atten...

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. — 4 October 1919

Richmond Daily Kegister. Rich.mc.ad. Madison County ilurday Al.trr.sjn, Occcr t, WlV Sale Thursday, Having sold my "farm, I will on October 9, 1919 at 10 u ul, at my place known as the Taylor farm at Whit lock, sell at public auction the following property: ; 2 milch cows; 2 yearling heifers; 3 weanling salves 1 good family mare, 7-years-old -1 7-yeart-old pony, a good safe one ' 13 100 pound shoats; 1 300 pound sow 1 250 pound boar; good feeders ' ' v 1 2-horse wagon, 2 3-4 Old Hickory; 1 good top buggy 1 no top buggy; 1 set buggy harness 1 set double wagon harness; plow gear of all kinds Plows hoes, rakes, pitch forks, shovels, diggers, crow bars 1 stand bees; lot of bee gums; 1 tobacco hand setter , 1 Old Trusty incubator; some good brooms; 1 slide Some baled straw; some corn and foodder s , 1 man's saddle; 1 woman's saddle; 1 new Knokner piano ' Household and kitchen furniture K. Irs A. - - ! .: WHITLOCK; Ky. r Richmond Daily Register S. U. SAUFLHTk. BflMr mm PrwHHM Entered attn...

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. — 4 October 1919

L.. J 1.. -.r, i w-.'.cr.it i,.c:c3 County Saturciy Afternoon, OctcHer "41919 Cole's OUR GUARANTEE ON Hot Blast Meater 1, We guarantee a saving of one-third in fuel over any lower draft stove of the same , size, with soft coal, lignite or 'stack, '.'v ;- '. : v::-.':-- , 2. , We guarantee Cole's Hot Blast to use less coal for heat ing a given space each morning - than any, base burner made.', with same size pot. . ' ' ' -: ; -'" . ? . , 3. We guarantee that the rooms can be heated from one ". to two hours each morning with the fuel put in the stove the evening before. M , 4. We guarantee that the stove will hold fire with soft, Coal, or hard coal from . Saturday evening to Monday morn ing. . . .... , 5. We guarantee a uniform heat day and night with soft "coal, hard coal or lignite.. 6. We guarantee every stove to remain absolutely air-tight . as long as used. . , , , 7. We guarantee the feed door to be smoke and dust proof 8. We guarantee the anti-puffing draft to prevent puffing. ...

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

-The Richmond Daily Register ' Richnioncl. R!acson Gunv, Saturday Afternoon, October 4, 1919 l 1 ft: A IN CAR LOAD LOTS 4 Inch Block Run off Mine UNION SUPPLY CO Incorporated ' Green Clay, Agent ? v 3 Richmond, Ky. Phones 51 and 319 ' WEBB SCHOOL V The school at this place' is progres-r sing nicely with an extra attendance. Mrs. Willie Webb is planning a trip this coming week with, relatives near Batesville, Ky. - v , ; - Joe Allen has gone back to Robinson hospital for another operation. He is planning to leave for Washington, D. C, as soon as his health will pre vent. . !. : Willie Lakes has sold his farm to Mr. John Webb, Notice To Contractors Sealed proposals will be received by ihe Fiscal Court of Madison county at the office of J. W. Maupin, County Clerk, on ' . TUESDAY, OCT. 7, 1919 until 1 o'clock noon at Richmond, Kentucky for the construction of four concrete slab bridges, two con- , crete box culverts and 160 cubic yards of concrete Keadwalls for pipe culverts on RoachNo....

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

V y '.''.' a'14' '-"iV ': 1 " V-;': V'f P?- ' .-1 ...IW I II W I re ' " .,.. f 1- - - - ' v.r--. . . - - - ..... , ,-!,,,, rrrrr. - :r . -sit.. r-".'f ... '."vr." "I ? I .. v ' ., , .., ' , . .. . ' . ' ... . ... ':. v7,.:,i:...Jr j. ..i . . ... -Mr cii:ci:!ip,vfli!s in FIFTH GE, 5 TOO EIW PHciLes Magnificent . Ball For Reds and Chicago. I Completely Outclassed . HOW THEY STAND ;; Won''i- host Cincrfinatl '::........:.U.-a..i.4 . I Chicago . 4 p. c. .800 .200 8cer By Iaaiaa Today ' , ..! 2 3 4 5 6 1 9 R H E Cincinnati .. 0 0 0 0 0 4 0 0 15 4 0 ChlcaKO ...'.....0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 O--O 8 8 . (By Associated Presa) Chicago, Oct. 6 Cincinnati won won the fifth game of4the Wbrld's . Series from the Chicago Ameri cans here today by a score of 5 to 0. Eller s pitching for the visit ors'was almost a perfect exhibl kNtion of twirling skill. He allow Vtd the American Leaguers three hits scattered into as many-inn ines. retired nine of them by the strike-rout route and was himself in the plays 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. — 6 October 1919

;:-: tP Richmond Dafly Register, Richmond, Ltackson County VMonday Afternoon, October 6,' 1919 I BARK ROAD V TO) Tl rub 1 Haying iol4 my fun,' I will on Thursday, October 9, at 10 a. mu, at my place known as the Taylor farm at Whit lock, sell at public auction the following property: '- 2 milch cows; 2 yearling heifers; 3 weanling salves ;' 1 good family mare, 7-years-oM 1 7-yearvold pony, a good safe one 13 100 pound shoats; 1 300 pound sow . y . 1 250 pound boar; good feeders ' ; 1 1 2-horse wagon, 2 3-4 Old Hickory; 1 good top buggy 1 no top buggy; 1 set buggy harness -1 set double wagon harness; plow gear of all kinds Plows hoes, rakes, pitch forks, shovels, diggers, crow bars 1 stand bees? lot of bee gums; 1 tobacco hand setter 1 Old Trusty incubator; some good brooms; 1 slide Some baled straw; some corn and foodder 1 man's saddle; 1 'woman's saddle; 1 new Knokner piano Household and kitchen furniture WHITLOCK. Ky. I ing in Berea, spent . thei :wieqid tow ner parents near ireyi...

Publication Title: Richmond Daily Register
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond daily register. — 6 October 1919

I Rishsicsdi PIy Ryter. Rickscsd. !sa County I Monday Afternoon, October 6, 1919 j v j Spcbl and PcrtCHfJ r. t r 5- .,1 Am lmi L -a,f W 'Try C7T; ;.;S;:v-:;Fw:! High She 30 Have You'Infestiffated Prices? " -ft ii i s . n r ... --I ..- 1 ; (r ? ) i .''. '-I : YES. THEY ARE HIGH ..The prices on shoes, are just , like prices on other products that you know about. Prices on shoes are governed today as they have always been, according to quali- " ty. We are glad to say that we have good shofcs- in all.- grades. ; We are prepared to show you the v very latest styles in Men's Wo men's and ChildrehV Shoe's.. We want to show you, and you will be convinced that prices and qual- . ity are right. . . '. .'.-' RICE & ARNOLD The One Price House i-Q) "DADDY LONG LEGS" 'KITEST DRAW A PICTURE OF "Daddy Long Legs" AND GET A FREE TICKET HERE HE IS turn LONG- Hi 1 J : TWO DAYS THURSDAY and FRIDAY October 9th and 10th ALHAMBRA OPERA HOUSE w dear weDsiers ramous M fVx I Prices 10c, 25c, 35c War Tax I...

Publication Title: Richmond Daily Register
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond daily register. — 6 October 1919

TE Miriotim rswuuil .find rAJblood rcnwly f If your skin m -Ablaie:.with' Hie ' fiery i burning ' and .- itchinif ;of Ecscqta,. real and .lasting' relief can only $otae :f roin treatment -hat goes '(below the surface that reaches down to t the very . source of the trouble. Skin-diseases come from a disordered condition of the blood, Dad search far and - near. tnat -approacnes -a.. js..s. lor eaciencn -i). -S. -5- Jus -been t.- w..L.-tnw::r.. ...... real t '; on ..t . i !5 ; wmc im qas ooen giving -Mn- fornt of bl fornt satisfaction for all manner prompt-and lasting relief, you . can lood disorders. If. you . want rely upon S. S. S. For expert ad- v vice as to the treatment of your 7; own indiyidual case, write Jo-day to Chief Medical Advfe, Swifts Specific Co.. Dept. 44. A , , P. A; C Infirmary Notes ' Miss Margaret Greenleaf was operated on for .tonsilectomy on Sat urday morning Oct. 4. She left for her home' in the afternoon and is doing nioely. r : r . Other' little .'folks who '...

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. — 7 October 1919

mm TO IT i-:'-r;v- . . i J) 0 r VI. A 'If 'i ; i Mss'MssssssssS!rBf . C . i ,,. TjT. ' - w,BM,B,B1,S"issss,MsMsssssBssMsss,,ssr a j " ffiifll Aft U linnUt ....-.-)! .. . Felsch went down. No runs, one nit, no ft .' .kw'- fniiit , InAlinillA nnprri v. . i XI4P MADIfCTCf U -... w I uHiiiAuuwwuife RUETHER FROM BOX And Then Hammer Ring Hard Enough To Win From Reds ' , i In 10th Inning By 5 to 4 ; ,v HOW THKY STAND i .". J ' Won. '."'' Lost p. ;c. '"Mi -.833 Cincinnati ChlcURO ... ::.:z- The ftcore fcjr Innlaga 123466789 10 R H E 0 0220 0 000 04 11" 0 . 0 0 ,0 013 000 15 10 ft Hetls Sox .. (By Associated Press) . Cincinnati, Oct. 7 The Chicago Americans w6n the sixth game of the Worlds Series here today, making a. great uphill fight and annexing it in the a tenth inning rally by a score of 5 to 4. .Kerr pitched the full gamei despite be ing hit hard for his tearn mates were also in a hitting mood. Rue ther, who wbn the opening game of the series for Cincinnati, was knocked out of the box...

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. — 7 October 1919

MM u' .-. .-, t 1 X qu cannot vote in tne venerea oecupn iNov, um ycm ca v: lii 1 Ti p 'fr&U rrp ' ill - iEnterad t tu postofflo la Rlchnond a MBd cltu mil awtur uadar Act mi. i i 1 1 n .wi i ii'in mXu III! I ! i .i. ,'fv ' 4 14 liil;,M(S Dutesof Belonging to Mrs. R. H. Covingtoni at public auction; on the premises , oh i'.i.f Wednesday, October IS Land is located at Wacof Ky., 8 miles from . Rich-; 'riiorid, 1-2 mile of higH ! school, r 1 -2 mile . of three; churches, close to stores; bank, shops. . Improvements ; consist of 2-story, ten room ' residence, '3 porches, tarn, arid all necessary outbuildings; splendid water,;'; It is an ideal place to live, and is one of the best houses iri the county. - T .. VIf not sold, land will be rented to the highest bidder r for the year 1920. For full particulars see V ' ! -J; uinn ovmsncon i . . ' ..- . Phones 32w or Waco, Kentucky t'.l; ? yM-br Mit out or r f tx month by taaJt out ! elty $.M ThrM months by Mail out of cu 1.00 is cy vy ou...

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. — 7 October 1919

': ..e , , . V ...... - ... v , - z - let r r: r-Vv..::- '. l.r. u. Ura, . five Fri hcorlj j l)f, and llri rtcl.B, L 1 i 7T1 V Lit i ojorl a UmnI . patron; ';.? ..pMt . yw. Wort eta mkmm to oar ati$tni t.a-ttt of mqh. ' iaf MaiUry mtmX market' 1'- r-' - mI purcnaainr only kifb ' grade, properly cared meet. hare many telephone, Try ru once. Our trade is t21 frowing. : a II. Ms and Co. Phone 139 or 430 ISociil ant) Prrrrsr! Aiinouncrr.irnt Pcrty . - ' ' Miss Eunice Katherine Shouse en tertained on Saturday afternoon with a bridge party at her home in the country on the Versailles pike in honor of her cousin, Miss Dazey Moore Porter. It was antvannounce ment nartv to make known the en gagement of Miss Porter and Captain ' - l T l .11 lift a kartton. Ta intotumbte MdUoc tattat ana diaeeatnri wiu oiipp r UDo D3)o 333)o STOCKTON ft SON JEWELttY tk natiM aara fcT mm iwelrr trm Batabllahea WH. Uaraala ta ' Waltkaa ROSENBERG BROS. CO. 141-143 Water Street LEXINGTON. KY DR. J. B. IIILLION Alb...

Publication Title: Richmond Daily Register
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond daily register. — 7 October 1919

V' Richmond' Daily. Rfegfeteif iehifiou J, ' Madori"iaaatV; ;Ty:ferhcolA OclcLcr 7, 1919 ' v. ' v, v -J I V' 'M?:vr: V - s.--rw--. ?i. V, A- . V.-.A:-Ji Million, ChaUihan, :-'r y,v - f- . .' i. il rM'ui .iU .; e.rZA f h S 2 1 SATURDAY, OCT. - . At 10 O'clock A. M. . "'.V '.' X. t ''''V.'". "V : i .-7 On the premises I will reftt to the highest bidder;. my farm on! the Otter. Creek pike, 11-2 milees from Richmond, known as Karr place, containing ' . , 244 or with tobacco sod 50 years old.: . This farm will be rented as a whole and then in three tracts. ' One of 50 acres with modern: dwelling, barns and all improvements; about three acres of to bacco. Tract No contains 150 acres in grass, about 10 acres , tobacco, and 20 acres in corn. ' Tract No. 3 has one tenant house and 4 acres in grass. This is good grass land and ev erlasting water.' Tobacco barns on both tracts. :t"- Terms made known on day of sale. -"' MRS . J, COLLINS RICHMOND, KENTUCKY I FAT CATTLE FEEDERS BEGINNING TO SELL ...

Publication Title: Richmond Daily Register
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Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond daily register. — 8 October 1919

.. 1 - - .v.;i-'.Tv'Y.r. 'A .' :. 4 Single Copy, 5 Cent" f I v ' I I 1-1 f II 111 JM-. 4 BJf Til''; CICOTTEOIlTOPiii ill HIS THIRD GAME Chicafo White Sox Defeat Reds Again Cuban Pitcher Does ' - Well After SaUee Blows. HOW -THEY HTAMD. ') ': ,'- -' Won Lost !'. Cincinnati' , ChlcaKo 3-.. .671 .428 .....z.:.:..:s '.4 - iv-.;:,'".:; ' I (x Aaaocfated Fresa) ; Cinci!nnatif'4 Oct, 8 Chicago took the seventh T game of the World's Series of 1919 here today , by a score of 4 to 1.. The 'first - - two runs scored by the American Leaguers were the result of clean ' ' hitting while the second , two re sulted from two errors by the : Reds interminglfcd with tWo hits. Cicotte pitched his 'first'winner in the series after dropping two to the Rational .Leaguers-The Cin cinnati club fielded wretchedly, fj although with Cicotte's pitching it cannot.ie said this cost them the game. s The Sox hit Sallee hard hard but could jdo little with I: the offering of Fisher and Luqtie. The Reds caused some exi...

Publication Title: Richmond Daily Register
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond daily register. — 8 October 1919

The Richmond Daily RertsrftichaicadMacEscn Cecity. ' Wednesday Af ternooa, October 8, 1919 V;-i';v: Vi' . sfortsl:eii notified ftl.l - : ; " -if " i. i and from there we went to Japan" Talk about adventures I ' . , Men in the Navy come home with the kind of experiences that most chaps read of only in the , books. . Here's your chancel , Uncle Sam hat, as you know, big Navy . and gives red blooded young fellows like you an opportunity to step aboard and "shove off". . What Will you get out of it? just this: . A chance to rub elbows with foreign folks in strange parts of the world. ' ' ' ''",.. ..-.' - The chance for good honest work on shipboard the kind of Work that teaches you something ' real; the kind of work that puts beef on your shoulders and hair . on your chest.. , ' You will get 30 care-free vaca tion days a year, not counting shore leave in home or foreign potts, "-.'rf.'-l :': .v : . You will have the kind of com radeship in travel that sailors know.." v You will have reg...

Publication Title: Richmond Daily Register
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