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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond daily register. — 16 October 1919

V : I 0 O ) A it A r . 0- r -4- i LIU Misery .Mr. F. M. Jones, of' - Palmer, Okla., writes t . "From the time 1 en-1 tend Into. womanhood . . I looked with dread (ram one. month to the . next I suffered with my back and bearing-down, pain, until life to me was a misery. 1 would think I could not endure the pais any longu, and I gradually got worse. . Nothing seemed to help , me unto, one day, . . I decided to TAKE fQ1 fn) i bbi isa bb mmu The Woman's Tonic Ml fnnir fmtP hotflM ' rfl Mia. Jones goes on toTUTT "IT Mia. Jones goes on to1 say,' "and was not only greatly relieved, but can truthfully say that 1 have not a pain. ....' , It has now been two years since I took Card ul, and I am still In good! health. . V Iwouldad-t rHe any .woman or girl , to use Cardul who Is a sufferer from any female - U you suffer pain caused , from womanly trouble, or ' Myoa feel the need of a good strengthening tonic , tobuOd ttpyournta-dowa system take the advice -of Mrs. Jones. Try Car dul. It helped...

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 October 1919

' Hie Richmond Daily Rgri;r Richmond, f.li;..i Cc:y Thursday rtil;r.-.sc3. t r I t . Blood Is lifo. When Its cur rent slows down and Us waters become nolluted. the stream flows not alum? the shores ,o Health through the land ot Hannlness. To DlirlfV the blood, energize the livr, keep the bowels ana ki vs acting properly there's u.i .f.il doctor's prescription, In ved for 67 years; ninde.by t!t TIIACHER MEDICINE CO., Chattnn-?i.;ai Tenn., sold at your -drv.j s.tvjre. Try it for your family. "DR. THACHER'S LIVER and BLOOD SYRUP helped me wln every thingr else failed. I consider it n Invaluable medicine for constipation, skin and blood diseases and bilious -Mrs, W. G. Green, Tenn. MADISON DRUG CO. ! RAILROAD SCHEDULE i i Arrival and departure of passenger trains from Richmond. --, . ! The follpwlng- schedule figures pub lished as Information and not gniaran ': Jed. . ' . ..v Louisville A Kuakvlllv, Railroad. ' Arrives , Leaves . ,v 4:01 am Atlanta Norton 12 19 tun j 12:19, dm., Paris- ...

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. — 16 October 1919

ft- i o Goats, Wraps, Suits J presses, Wasits,Sweaters McKEE'S me Ladies Stor Walsh Tailoring Co All patterns exclusive with me. . ' ( Personal attention from the proprietor for every ens . tomer. ' V , . i Careful attention to every detail-Hind the very best dothew possible to produce, v Are you the kind of a man that kind of service ap peals to? 1 ; My new spVmg and winter suitings for your choosing a pattern. UALSES Yi H. C. A. D.7E i;ef,e The .Yv M. C, A. of Kentucky,- will make its campaign for its annual budget of this year from Oct 20th to Oct. so in every county of the State. This budget includes the .running ex penses, of the organization and an amount of the home an'1 foreign work of' the1 -International committee ' and training-schools for secretaries. ' ; Each county has been assigned a quota, based, upon the. amounts given in' thenar work drive, Liberty loans, etcV'. The amount asked for in each countyis about of the amount in the war work campaign. , -". - Rev. M. T. C...

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 October 1919

Richmond Daily Refer,cfihioadf; ftfcdsbn Coif-'Tj J Thursiiiy Aflittlcca; Cct2b2rt6 :f v I y I " AbDfn6MiftRS0NALS 'J J .,r,A LL.'LI 7L.ii VI 7T 7 Z " I 'P' r" r ' an i i . - Ml. , -, . ... il,il,,i.i,t. ii.a.i GllllflWATIVE Look at tongue! Rento poiions Mr. and Mrs. May' 'fcollins have re turned from', a1 visit to Lexington re latives! f '; h'! !'-riv- ' I .r:. : r . Milward, bf of 'Mrs, Geo. ' Accept "CaKforni"'" Syrup of Figs only look , for the name California on the package, then ..you .ire sure your child is hav ing the best and most harmless laxative or physic for the little stomach, liver and bowels. Chil dren love its delicious fruity . itaste. Full directions for-child's Hose on each bottle. Give it without fear Mother! You must say "Cali fornia." It Dr. CHAS. E. SMOOT EYE. EAR. NOSE, AND THROAT Auto-IIrnilc Therapy and X-pay Work ; ' Office Clay BolldlnB Mr. and Mrs. Harry Iexington, are guests Simmons.' J ' ;u '. " Mrs. E. , T.: Wiggins and children are in Lexington the ...

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 October 1919

1 ' m f Vt'.' Established !6553d Yearf-No. 272 X7 Ru I1) niYlaHison County ; Kentucky; Friday Afternoon, October i 1 7, 191 9; ; ' Single Xopy . 5 CenU 1 . 1 O M texas CEi.:ocn.M : TO SFEAK HERE Congressman Rufus ' Hardy To Speak For Black and Ticket . ?."'(' T;: October 29th. . : r .! . v a; Congressman . Rufus - Hardy, of Texas will speak in Richmond on ; Wednesday,. Oct. 29th, according to ' announcement received here today frbm State Campaign Headquarters. Congressman Hardy is ' a splendid . ' speaker ' and has been on the firing v line at Washington and fighting nobly for President Wilson and his policies. ' ,' He is i tfwhoelhorseNOTi the stomp it is ' said," and every democrat and' voter of , Madison county, is invited in to hear -.him.' ' J.' .. , John - W. ! NewnYan, democratic . nominee for commissioner of agricul- ,ture, will speak at' Valley View on tne artei-noon or inursaay, uct. Newman is well known in Madison and is 'a .fine speaker, "V . '" Rowan Saufley, campaign c...

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. — 17 October 1919

: TheRK&ftoidf 0 ?c a THE FLAVOR LASTS SO DOES THE PRICE! Richmond Daily Register a. M. MVFLm. Kditar aad Praarieter Entered at tne postoftlce in Richmond mm second class mall matter under Act mt Congress of 1876. . Name Your Men, Ed Governor. Black has very properly jinked .Ed Morrow to name the .men m the, State payroll who ought not Jto be there. Morrow says there are GET READY FOR "FLU Xeep Your Liver , Active, Your System Purified and Free From Colds by Taking Calotaba, ' , - the Nausealess Calomel v Tablets, that are De- lightful, Safe and i ' ' . Sure. '.. 'nnn i and Druggists are advii ? friends to keep 'their 'Bystems eir. organs, in perfect i a protection against :nza. They know "stem and a lazy enza and serious overnight and to .tions take one .ha swallow of ) salts, no nausea, Jng after effects, cold has vanished, , your system is purl in :1 you are feeling t tppctite for break t please np danger. A 1 only in original price thirty-flve .cents, i authorized to refund ...

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. — 17 October 1919

r.:c!.r.cnJ l"L V.-r. rJchrr.cr.d, f.c!j:cn Ccur.ty Friday Afternoon, October 17, 1919 'fr v V if Regular Habits Producer a Beautiful Complexion t Daily elimination rids the system of poisons. y. ' : ,-',', Women should realize that! - MANY women complain daily of their complexion, of their head i , ache and general ill health little realizing that the trouble U constipation. -.Women, too, are much more subject to ;- such congestion than men, and much mora careleM of it. The mult it teen in luster leu, weary eyes, in -tallow, pimply com plexion, in lassitude, bad breath, and in that word to, often used, "indisposed." At the first sign of these symptoms the . wise woman will take laxative, and ; will see that the young girl and others in her care do likewise. Dr.' Caldwell's Syrup Pepsin is the favorite' with thou sands of women because it ts mild and gentle in its action and in the end trains ' die stomach and bowel muscles to do their work naturally without the aid of medicine. ( ....

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. — 17 October 1919

Ridden J Daily ReL. iJchacL"! :s,'f X Fat Bqck ! log Feed - t V 8 THE UN I VERS At CAR . , The, Ford Model T One Ton Truck with its" manganese bronze" . worm-irive is ; really a necessity for the farmer because it solves his problem of economic transportation from the farm- to the city. And in farm. 'work alone, it j will be found great money saver as well as a big labor saver. Has all the merits of the Ford car multiplied Ky greater capacity, with greater , strength. No extra cost in operation. We'd vlike to talk it over with every farmer. Bring your Ford car to us for necessary repairs and thus get the genuine Ford parts and reliable Ford workmanship. - ' , - - 7 Madison' Garage Incorporated ' Richmond,' Ky. 'a ; Hhno If IIUIU Ground Barley Fox Hunters In Nelson "Frank," the fox hound of L. B, BETTER THAN CALOMEL Thousands Have Discovered 7 Dr. bd wards' Olive Tablets Are a Harmless Substitute ' Dr. Edwards Olive Tablets are the result of Dr. Edwards' determination not to treat Ev...

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

,..7,,, ...... ... .. i'..v' ;'' v 4 Wchnioni Macn County Kentucky Saturday Afternoon, .October 1 8, J 9 1 9 Estayishcd,iC654-5?a .Year-No,;273 Single Copy 5 Cenb I 111 : iiiiiiiif W 1 r . 0GGS URGES UADISOli v3 TO VOTE SPECIAL TAX 'tis Countv Must Keep Step lu:rf. rtfkx anl nt Part of flllU WW " Huge Federal Fund Tf Madison countv people -ever hope to have a system. t of modern cood roads, it is time to act now. The 20 cent road tax must be voted on November 4th. This was the eist of the message hat State Koad commissioner Joe S. Boggs brought from his nffice at Frankfort, to his home people, and told a .gathering of business men 'and farmers at the courthouse Friday night. Mr. Boggs expressed the most insistent desire to help his home county obtain good roads. But p said he cannot do this unless : the people' will help s themselves. : me peoj lit said ( X ha said that tne reaerai goveru- has set aside $5,000,000 to in Kentucky to make the roads better. Madison county . can get ful...

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. — 18 October 1919

ffahnrend Daily Uc-ister, Richmond, Madison County Satur JJ A.'tv.ocn, Octcl;r, 1 0, 1919 PIPE We have employed Mr. J H. Foos of Cyn thiana as foreman of our mechanical depart" ment and he is unqestionably one of the best ; , automobile experts in the state of Kentucky. He has had years of practical experience and is a man noted for his honest service. He knows that ycur dollar is worth a hundred cents and sees to it that the. time charged for your work has sixty minutes to the hour. " He is not a stranger to the members of our : company having been in our shop before, . and we know that we make no mistake when . guarantee his work to give entire satisfac tion. . , .',.'. ''''" V ' ' V. Hie only way for you td be convinced is to i give usa trial; and after that we will let your car do the talking. ' - We are now open for your work and our complete parts and service departments will enable us to give you that prompt iarid care ful attention, you have wished for. Drive in the next tim...

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. — 18 October 1919

ijjU V!r3 V r r.z-z'itr, Tdh:ir. d, f,!zxn County, Saturday Aftemcoa; October,. 18, 1919 'i V O 5- f: ( AVAY Viill k'ii AND PAINS ACHES Keep Sloan's Liniment bandy ta 1 t. put the "feel good" back . . -' into the system - " ALL it needs it just one trial a little applied hithout rubbing for PnefraU$ to convince you St its merit in relieving sciatica, lum bago, neuralgia, lame muscles, stiff ness, bruises, pains, aches, and strains, , the after-effects of exposure. . : . The congestion is scattered, prompt- Iy.cleanly, without effort, economically, t Ypu become a regular user of Sloan's Liniment, adding your enthusiasm to that of its many thousands of other friends the world aver, who keep it handy. Three sizes at all druggists 35c, 70c., $.140. 8V BP 4l U'tflW I Social and Personal Beautiful Luncheon . '' , Mrs. Pouglaa Parrish was hostess to a beautiful; luncheon at her home on High street Friday- Those in cluded in the invitation,: were: Mr. and Mrs. Graham McCorkle, of Chi- . cag...

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. — 18 October 1919

v'.i '4 V - "; " 1 ; .!;,",,: v i ;"; i r fhe Richmond Daily Renter . Richmond, Madison County Saturday Afternoon, OctoberS, J99Ug.lt;f j$ HTlWffl ffife-7 w: v' -c.- m i r V ; THE V N I VERSA t CAR The Ford Model T One Ton Truck with its " manganese bronze worm-drive is ' really i a necessity for the farmer because it solves his problem of, economic transportation from the' farm to the city. And in farm work alone, it will be found a great money saver as well as a ; big labor saver. Has all the merits ot the Ford " car multiplied by greater capacity with greater, strength. No extra cost in operation. We'd like to talk it over witlfevery farmer.' Bring your Ford car to us for necessary repairs and thus get the genuine Ford parts and reliable Ford workmanship. ' ' , . Madison Garage , Incorporated Richmond, Ky. Henry Ensminger of Farmer, City, paid $225 an acre for the Kersey : ill-, has been a guest of K. E.nJaker tract of 14 acres and b. D. ffar anij wife in the county. ? ley bought...

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. — 20 October 1919

Established 186553dYev4N9-274- Single Copy 5 Cent o V u i r I.:0RR0V PROTESTED AGAINST PARDON QF TOBACCO GROWERS S. Attorney General At Wastf- . , mgton Quotes Records On ,V' . Republican Candidate ' ., ; f Cantrill Tells Bethu- ' 'k " rum To "Make ' w7..'':'i- ' "Good! i'v'-vM ,7'-- -v ; ,7 .,-.; Edwin P, Morrow DID appear in. the , prosecutidn of,'. Grant county tobacco growers in, 1912,: and ', after they were convicted in Federal court of pooling their crops to get a better price the, Republican candidate for r Governor wrote , a letter protesting j .; against their pardon.', :7' , . f Congressman Campbell Cantrill has proven true every statement he has 7 made' against Mr. Morrow. In a de bate with Cantrill at Irvine. . Judge ' Bethurum of Somerset, said that if Cantrill could show that Morrow had Ven interested In the case at all or fad protested against the pardons for sthe tobacco growers, that Morrow would withdraw' as-a candidate for ' governor.1 It' is now up to Morrow , t...

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 October 1919

4 Richmond Daily fvcgiaier, Richmond, Madison County Monday Af ternooiy October 20r 1919, 7-. llPlipipli; ; ' : - Jfi of;' ,; ' -; October 22ind ! - , Y- - - - ' ". SALE WILL TAKE PLACE AT THE . STOCKYARDS v., Y i, t .iWo iTHis being bur second sale we have strained several points in selecting , the most HIGHLY-BRED outstand ing lot of individuals ever offered the breeders before ' in Kentucky! Consisting of 40 head, Bulls, Cows and "Heifers and every one an EYE OPENER. V TTickina Vfhatis' now in the keenest demand from all parts of the j iANaYou will find their blood Unes MARVELOUS, their ages are faultless, y Their condition is such as vyill make your mouth water to own a few of them. ?Tnihk of the fortunes that have been made in the beef cattle business in the past few years and greater oppor tunities, are in reach of all who are wise enough to i invest in the right sort. This sale offers a GOLDEN opportunity for the breeder, ' new beginnet andhe ' farmer. t Arrange to attend the...

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. — 20 October 1919

- '' Use Richr.cr.d Di2y Rester, Richmond, Llidicoa County, Monday Afterhooa, October. 20, 19 1 9 v.- V, ' t ' o v. o a fry -'i ' i It Is 11 RICE & The One .A SOCIAL AND PERSONAL Land Elder I The following from Faris Kentuck ian Vilk be of interest here where Lieut., Elder formerly made his home and now frequently visits his uncle, Mr. E.'V. Elder- It "says: "Mr. and Mrs. Willis E. Land announce the en gagement of their daughter, Glayds, to Lieut Eugene V. Elder of Signal Corps, U. S. A., Long Branch, N. Y Thcwedding will take place early in the Winter, ( Delightful Spend-the-Day Mrs. James Deathcrage entertain ed with a delightful spend-the-day t at her home on the Lexington pike. Her guests included Mrs. D. C. Big gerstaff, Mrs. J." B. Walker, Mrs. S. A. Deatherage, Mrs.' S- P. Deather age, Misses Patie and Annie Deather age. v ' Tremere Calhoun " , ' Miss Margaret Louise Tremere and Jas. C. Calhoun, of 'Atlanta, Georgia, were married this week, at the home Direct from iti cei...

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 October 1919

v... THE HOT BLAST AIR-TIGHT For Soft Coal, Slack, Coke, Hard Coal or Wood, t ' No Smoke! No . . EveytWng Is Consumed V The original and 'only, absolute smoke consuming stove on the earth; VvHv;tf ' V -)fj 'h:;:The'' greatest heater and most economical . stove ever in f vented. " v'."' ' The olny jointless leg bottom and ' base with full radiation that has ever been made. . 1 i The only perfect floor heater on the market. .: .' ,' It will produce perfect combustion and effect a marked saving in the cost of fueL ' " The only stove that will do what is claimed for it '" 'The fire pot is guaranteed against fire cracks for five years. DOUGLAS & SIMMONS ':::'. - . - Hardware ' i . ; Second Street j Phone 20 No Delay ilie llfhile You Wait X C George TJlcKee Building t": 7, OCTOBER 30th AT 10 A. M. will rent to the highest bidder our farm j 5 1-2 miles from Richmond known as the JTAINING 204 ACRES " j it 'one tobacco barn, one st ock barn,' also . . :re are between 20 and 25 acres for ...

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. — 21 October 1919

t I T x V . Estalliched 1C55 53d Year-No; 275 Richmond. Madison County Kentucky, Tuesday Afternoon, October 21,1 91 9 . V Single Copy 5 CenU hi D.1QEY.T0 TARE . . ; STANLEY'S FLAGE Brilliant and Eloquent Congress T man To Speak In Richmond '. Thursday, October 23. ngressman Ablen W. Barkley," of the First Kentucky district, will speak here Thursday night Oct. 23 instead v oi senator a. u. Stanley. Senator I. V Stanley has been recalled to Wash- r .... ington and .could not be-, here to fill the engagement for which he has been advertised, so Chairman Keenon, i uie BpeaKers- bureau, nhoned here donday that Congressman Barkley nil speak here in Ms : place. nanrlfW1flta anil vnfaro fwmi oil tra. i e c? VexpeSed here to helrtfEi8 S'1 him- There isn't a miblic sneaker in Kentucky today who outshines the brilliant young man who . represents the First district on congress. Bark ley made a magnificent speech, at the Democratic state convention . in Louisville, and opened i the eyes of many ...

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. — 21 October 1919

" ':';V .: 'J. -V.:' " :' , The Richmond DailvRegkeiRic We are showing the ' latest in Ladies and Misses :( Goats Wraps Suits Dress es, Wasits, McKEE'S . "The Ladies Store WIND STORMS CYCLONES AND TGHNADOES The season for' these destruc tive agents is now upon us. 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 in one of my large com panies. ' Let me make you feel safe and probably save you a big loss. . . ' . . J. W. jCRQOKE Aget for a dozen of the largest insurance companies in the ; v " - world. Office at Citizens National Bank Day 50 Phones Night 87f "PARTICULAR WORK FOR PARTICULAR PEOPLE" . Dainty Garaents each as WAISTS, EVENING GOWNS, DRESSES, Etc, Cleaned, by the most modern and sani tary methods. " Parcel Post paid one way. -, APPLEGATE, GRAVES& COMPANY ;f '. . Incorporated , - '.,.:''' , CLEANER...

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. — 21 October 1919

jOCCCOCCCCOCCOOGOOOOCOGCOCOOOOCDCOOOCCCCO 1 i .-. . I- ... .... .. .,. ' l - Tir.., (TT.. .:4'il-d I 1 I FC MI AT IOC W I I SATURDAY, OCT. 25th & At 2:30 O'clock P VL ' '-:'S P On the the premises I will offer for sale' publicly for Mr. Irvine Hume, his dwell- , O jo ing house on North Third street, now occupied by Mr. Collins Yates. Iq Desirable neighborhood. A o o P Near Caldwell Hirfi School. : i " s A p Within two minutes walk to the business section . T;0 near uiuiuu. . : O '"'V '' The lot fronts on Third street 60 feet and is 1 50 feet deeD. There is a cood c P O O barn on the premises and also a garden. The house has seven rooms and two halls, is equipped with electric lights, bath" o o 2 . and every convenience. r - .. ..o O " If vou want to move to town, vou will make a mistake not to attend this sale. O Houses are Scarce and Hard To Get 1 p Richmond is growing in population every day, but very few houses are being o 5 built and it is a problem to find houses for those ...

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. — 21 October 1919

1? 1 .A' ! - Richmond Daily Kee'vst'.'r, I tftL-nbhd,-' Madison County T'Tcfrldy Ariefnoon,. Gctober 2 1 i J 9 ! 9 i Richmond Daily Register . M. iAfTFT.OT. Kdltar an Pra.rlcf ttntered at tue postofflce in Rlcbmond s wrcond clans mall matter under Act f Congress of 1ST, y JThe Harrodsburg Herald says that Sam Sawyer bought 34 head of 800-pound Hereford cattle at Murfreesbdro, Term., and shipped them, there Monday and they are being grassed on the L. M. Rue farm. He paid about ten cents a. pound for them. 1 . Miss murphy Dies Miss Sallie Anne Murphy died Sat urday, at the home of Mr. Holt, on 6th street, in her' 81st year. She was a nipmber of the M. E. church South, at Colleee Hill -.and the re mains were taken there' for1 inter ment Sunday. Services conducted by Rev. J. A. McClintock. . FOREST HILL Mr. and Mrs. C. ' W. Howard, Mr, and Mrs. Eugene Parrish spent last Thursdav- wth; Mrs. Zerelda Jones. Mr Robert v- French has : Returned home after a week's visit with his mother at! Be...

Publication Title: Richmond Daily Register
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