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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond daily register. — 28 January 1919

The Daily Register, Richmond, Madison County, Ky.. Tuesday Afternoon, January 28, 1919 . Si i I 1 r : if ' .1 j 1 f, 4 . ! It f I) f f i . ft - ' 1 'I: : I . ? ; . RICHMOND DAILY REGISTER CLASSIFIED COLUMNS "The Market Place of Madison, Garrard and Estill Counties," Whsre Buyer and Seller Meet Additional Persons! HELP WANTED WANTED Young lady bookkeeper and collector also to do other office work. Address giving name, address, age and other qualifications. Box 644 Richmond, Ky. tf HELP WANTED A boy about 16 jvrrrs old to woik in a drug store. Ap r! .- at Middclton's Drue Store. 48 tf SITUATIONS WANTED WANTED A position where there is a good opportunity for advance ment. Looking for a better job? Then it will pay your prospective employers of your pood qualities through these columns. LOSTFOUND STRAYED LOST When you lose an piv will pay you to advertise it in the classified columns of the aily Regis ter. Mrs. A. D. E.tes will lose an op portunity to see a good show free if .'.0 does n...

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. — 29 January 1919

mi MM Q DBTEM THE WEATHER Fair tonight and Thursday; moder ate temperature. s. y Published 1 865 53d Year Nn 50 d l i jv r "T7TTi,,"iv i . . . . J v . . tMounonQ, maaison loumy, Kentucky, Wednesday Atternoon, January ZV, I VI V Single Lopy rive Ccr ' . . Madison Tobacco Brealis Record at Madison House , . i laden & Long Sell Entire Crop at Remarkable Average of $73.49 Other Crops Sell , Well Over Local Breaks. Madison county beat all records for any other county in this part of Ken tucky at the old Madison House today wN'n the entire crop of Haden and I.t jt sold at an average of $73.49. Growers were enthusiastic and de u!.tl when these figures were, re corded, and the owners and Manager I'vatheragc, of the Madison House, ..rrc congratulated on all sides. The! I!. .ilon and Long crop sold by baskets ss follows: J-" pounds sold at r 1 1 pounds Sold at $50 $80 ' 10 pounds sold at $85 :J" pounds sold at $78 .r.n pounds sold at $S0 i pounds sold at $71 2"" pounds sold at " $71 :vi j...

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. — 29 January 1919

Daily Regisi-., Richmond, Madison County Kentucky Wednesday Afternoon, January 29, 1919 ri- - . 1 i Ih t I -5 f X f : M -ri ''I 2 r . i r i ?. hi:' rjii J." t . . 1 f ; - - ' :Vi m ! Ii -1 : 'IV WOMEN FROM NORTH, SOUTH, . EAST, WEST Recommend Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound as a Reliable Remedy for Woman's His. Spokane, Wash. " I want to recom mend Lydia E. PinLhara's Vegetable Conn pound for women's ailments as it helped me so much during middle age." &lr. Mxetha Connor, Mananeld Avenue. Abilene. Texas.'4 For almost a year I was unfit to do my work as I suffered o from female ills. Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Coir, pound restored my health after physicians bad failed." Mr. . E. Owens. Rockville. Conn." I suffered so long from female ills I was blue and melan choly. Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound restored my health after everything: else had failed." Makt Wrsz. 3 Chamberlain St. Oakland, CaL " Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Cornpouna gave me such relief during Charge...

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. — 29 January 1919

blSCeloreJ Spots on Piper Hie Dauy Register, Richmond, Madison County. KyMVcdnesday Aftcrnoor., Janua ry 29, 1919 jIAMBRA . . Constance Telmadge b 4yH0CARES?" "Sensational Capture of Bagdad." and Lion and Morgan in "Give Her Gas." Pc-ecidlonft ITJiloon caid: JANUARY 30th bera nouc .7.o!l30:p.. "It .will make you a better American after you see Garrard's "My Four tfears in Germany," the story ! V will live as long as America is a Republic." ' 20c I A It IF Ypu are interestedin jIL and BUTTER you 2 investigate the Merita of BUTTER FAT DAIRY Exclusive Sala F. H. GORDON Social and PencnaJ liwd the Pirate Bridge A. ?. Penny delightfully en- ted the Pirate Bridge Ciuo Those present Mrs. M. C. Kellogg, Mrs. J. J. Mrs. Warfleld Bennett, i Pean, Miss Helen Bennett, Ziwir face and Miss Mollie IL-s. Murray Smith and guest, 'Z Farmer ,of Frankfort. Miss 3es.-.ett won the trophy. Lbert Ccl'.is. of Irvine, was i?r Saturday. recovered Mrs. L. W. Minter spent t ia Lexington V F T? Smith fan wrcre a...

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. — 29 January 1919

The Daily Register, Richmond, Madison County, Ky.,Wednesday Afternoon, January 29, 1919 E Aged Man Dies Mr. J. N. Sanders died 'at his home at Lancaster Monday at the ripe old age of 94 years. He was held in the highest esteem by the citizen j of Gar rard and his loss will be deeply felt in that community. He U survived by two children, Mrs. F H. Fierce, of Louisville, and Mr. Josss Sanders, of Lancaster, and a nuiubf-r of grnnd children, among them Miss Iry Coy, and brothers, Nay, Ma:k. Collins and Sow (Good Seed and they will Clover, Timothy, Bine Grass Seed If you buy in quantities and want 1 r quality and price, it will pay you1 to11 call and see me. J. B. Coy, of Kirksville, to whom the sympathy of their friends is extended. It f i f - 'J V Ft :5 ! il: . ''iff1! 7 ! - f i V -if u f. t. "4 -i f i c ) - . - I - 3nt -it- v. 51 1. If You Could Get Gas from the City You'd scrap the old fashioned wood stove, with its torturing heat, in a minute. You can get just the same results as c...

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. — 30 January 1919

IMCIHIMIJKIID bmmi WMmM eb THE WEATHER Fair tonight, and Friday; not much change in temperature. , Richmond, Madison County, Kentucky, Hiursday Afternoon, January 30, 1919 " Single Copy Five Cc- " i I a . l 1 . L M S MI K LSiatHiMieu iuuj ja icai wo. MIRTON FARIS GOES I TOJOBWITHtiNCLESAM TopuUr State Bank Examiner of This City Just Appointed a National Bank Examiner. A. B. Fans, of this city, has receiv ed formal notification of his appoint ment as a National Bank Examiner. A dispatch from Washington says he will be assigned to the western Penn sylvania district, with headquarters at ritteburg. Mr. Fans was recommend ed for the place by Senators Beckham and Martin. He passed a very rigid examination to qualify himself for this important government work and ex poets to be notified within 9 week when he will have to assume his new duties. Mr. Faris has been connected with the Kentucky State Banking Department since a month after its orffvitation with the late CoL T. J. ?7?.ith, of th...

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. — 30 January 1919

i Cntmfv KenhicktThursdav Afternoon, January 30, ! 91 9 uv it 'K! I i I :!.! 5 - 4 I J ? i Richmond Daily Register S. M. Sanfley. Editor & Proprietor Entered at the postoffice at Richmond Ky., as second class mail matter un der Act of ongress of 1875. In City, by carrier, per week 10c Cy mail, out of town, per year $3.00 Good Prices Paid At The Big Home House Today "Yh?re pood prades were offered, way up prices were again the order of the day when the selling switched aero. the street to the Big Home Warehouse this morninpr. Other mar kets may be "off" but then needn't come talking that kind of "stuff" to Bill Luxon, who is on the job all the time for the boys who have weed over his breaks. He's going to get the top fisrure or know the reason why. A few of the crops sold at the big ware house noted were as follows: (asters and Home sold 325 lbs. at c; 20 at 71c; 255 at 57c; 220 at 71c; 34 at 5Sc; 215 at 43c; 165 at 21c; 160 at 16c; 115 at 16c; 145 at 16c Ben Shearer sold 620 lbs...

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. — 30 January 1919

The Ddly Register, Richmond, f.k&cn County. Ky.,Tliurscby ' Afternoon. January 30. 1919 ALHAMBRA - Opera House -FTJDAY- Sj 13 Pmcsj in SATURDAY Vernon C&stie in "THE FIRST LAY" A delightful dnuna with this -orite star at her best. " Ethe Clayton cad EEott . ; Dexter ia 5. "WOMAN'S WEAPON" A Paramunt play. Last episode of HANDS UP and a Luke comedy. "A Paw d:-l d.: w i cut wi i miuw i ajamas and a War News Weekly; "Curroit Eventa," ."' 20c War T&x'incIaiUd flPFRA n MM! Ambassador J. W. Garard's Big crowds saw the picture this morning and this after noon. Those who say it claim "My Four Years in Germany" surpassed any war picture ever shown in Richmond. See it tonight. 1 st show at 7 p. m. (r-ri n I n miDEnuinis prompt, admission 50 cents. f- -1 'mil '"m i r it sit I j Four r A Q too In iP ATimn on it" w ir.n i ii ii Bir" i inn ii ii ji vui u in um luuuy i v PHONE 28 i) Keep this Phone Number ia your SERVICE QUALITY la COAL AND FEED Social and Persons! Otf Club. The Clef G...

Publication Title: Richmond Daily Register
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond daily register. — 30 January 1919

The Daily Register, Richmond, Madison County, Ky.,Thursday Afternoon, January 30, 1919 THE MOST DANGEROUS. OF ALL DISEASES TCo orrana of the human bodr sr eo Important to health and Inns life as the kkuwya. When they alow up and com mence to lag in their duties, look out! Danger is in sight. Find out what the trouble u with out delay. Whenever you feel nervous, -weak, dizzy, suffer from sleeplessness, r have pains in the bark, wake up at enre. Your kidneys need help. These are signs to warn you that your kidneys are not performing their functions properly. They are only half doing . their work and are allowing impurities to accumulate and be converted into uric acid and other poisons,'' which are causing you distress and will de utroy you unless they are driven from your system. Red Cross Notes Any individual member or circle of the Red Cross, having on hand any serge dresses or Ratteen pinafores, please turn them in at once, finished or unfinished. We are short six dress es and 13 ...

Publication Title: Richmond Daily Register
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond daily register. — 31 January 1919

LEY HELD OVER ON CHARGE OF STEALING 1 1 A . 1 r.-. r i '.te Miner imi i ivk- u;ton !' I)imissed After She ift era Silverware. (,.;f Foley, returned soldier, was a t the action of the Madi-,-. ,: : jrrand jury next Wednee , ;i charge of stealing ilver- the home of Mrs. Robert , ;;! laughters at the time of . -, i:.iTf a month ego. Foley's t'-xed at f200. the fire had been a month -, : nc was learned of the where t . , :' the silver which was missed ' n ily until James Shaw told and wh n asked about it by '. ' pave them the keys to ,v -s- ' at his home and it was r1 !. Foley said on the stand r m picked the silver off the ;ir. : intended to return it to the Vii'er. He said a lot of fur being: carried around to r. '-.! lace r.t the time of the lire h h;id taken the silver home to t ur.til he had opportunity to t ?r the owners. Sa'Iie Miller wanted to dismiss airainst Foley since she . u. red her silver. She said 'vcrware had been in a the time of the fire, and af-! over she missed the ...

Publication Title: Richmond Daily Register
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond daily register. — 31 January 1919

Print Showing Through The Daily Register, Richmond, LcH-cn Ccur.ty, I.y. JruLy A..cn:sc.. January 31, 1 vr - u I: i ? t I ii t I Hi v. I' s : : i: t t i k . ill! r.. f 3 REPORT OF THE FINANCIAL CONDITION OF MADISON COUNTY, KENTUCKY, MADE AS OF APRIL 1, 19-8 TREASURER'S REPORT Hon. W. K. Price, Judge Madison County Court : As requested by you, we are making and submit herewith a statement showing the cash receipts and disbursements' of the Coun ty for the year beginnig April 1, i917, and ending March 31, 1918. GENERAL FUND Receipts 0, Balance on hand April 1, 1917 I'lSfS From V. B. Benton, S. M. C... . . . it'S From Keene . .. iie'Se From Curraleen Smith, trustee, refund rwv From land sold to B. F. Puckett 30.00 Total $45,203.97 Disbursements Paid Salaries to County Officials $ 5.500.00 Paid General Fund claims allowed . 39'pjI'H Balance in General Fund 662-84 Total $4503.97 TURNPIKE, ROAD AND BRIDGE FUND Receipts From V. B. Benton. S. M. C 5.741.50 From Note to State Bank & Trus...

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. — 31 January 1919

Print Showln. Throurrh The Daily Register, Richmond, Madison County, Ky.Jridav Aft HERIFF'S SALE FOR DELINQUENT TAXES Notice is hereby given that I or one f my iR-puues wiu on MONDAY, MARCH J, 1919 iirt Pay, between the hours of 9 A. M. and 5 o'clock P. XL. at cojii nouse uoor in lucnmond, Ky. r.. to f)bhc sale for cash in hand ;iowi; described property or ao Ulh thereof as maybe necessary to . m. i c. . lx -.;lle, wouiuy ua ocnooi Taxes th.reon and unpaid, and the in- . 1 .. - j . . (n.-:, 'ruii4i.jf aiiu nnu wereon: White Lut, Richmond, No. 1. iTVc, Wm. 1 town lot $ 16.10 jt r.;rcham. Mrs. Lavinia, NR : L-res of land ' 61.94 ,-, n. Ruth and sister, lot 17.86 . !. Mrs. Bettie lot 7.74 Mrs. Bettie lotETAOINUN UN Mrs. . G. 1 lot ."I 10.201 Jnhninn Joa P lift urr tngie, ueo. 3., iv .i-re Engle, Martha F. low Fowler, John 2 acres French, West 1 lot - ,', . French, Mary NR 1 acre Gabbard, Myrtle NR 12 acres Gabbert, W. M.. 11 acres " Gentry, J. C, NR 1 lot Godbey, I J, 1 lot Golden, Mrs...

Publication Title: Richmond Daily Register
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond daily register. — 31 January 1919

ine Dally Registw, Richmond, R!adison County Kentuckt Friday Afternoon, January 31 ,1919 Mothers! Richmond Dally Register RICHMOND DAILY REGISTER CLASSIFIED COLUMNS The Market Place of Madison, Garrard and Estill Counties.'; S. M.'Ssafley, Editor & Proprietor Entered at the postoff.ee at Richmond Ky., as secci.d claw mail matter un der Act of ongrt38 of 18i5. Watch Oe tongue of your young I) Clean the clogged-up place I Vrmg joy to little faoca! Kiddies will cat and amila, When you do away with bile. Careful mothers o'er the land Always keep Caacareta at hand. Children think them dandy They are mild cathartic candy. . Caacareta sell for a dime They "work" every time. t Where Buyer and Seller Meet HELP WANTED FARMS FOR SALE In City, by carrier, per week 10c By mail, out of town, per year .$3.00 WANTED Young lady bookkeeper and collector also to do other office work. Address, "'"ing name, address, age and other q. . jfkations. Box 644 Richmond, Ky. ' tf FOR SALE Farm containing 83...

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. — 31 January 1919

Hie Da3y Register, Richmond, Madison County, Ky..Friday Afternoon, January 31,1919 ALHAMBRA Opera!House -FRIDAY- Bessit Love in How Could You, Caroline Smiling Bui Parsons in A Pair of Fink Paiamas" ur.d a War News Weekly; Event." SATURDAY "Current Paramount presents. . Ethe Clayton and Elliott Dexter in "WOMAN'S WEAPON" The wife got the vampire to come and stay with them, and matched her at cooking and housework, right in front of the misled husband. Talk about victory! The wedding ring cer tainly came to the top. RUTH ROLAND in the last episode of HANDS UP. and a Luke comedy. -MONDAY- Douglas Fairbanks in "ARIZONA" Also the IRON TEST No. 5, and a rictojjraph. OPERA HOUSE COMING TWO NIGHTS THURSDAY !!D FRIDAY FEBRUARY Cth & 6th MAJESTIC Road 101 Tfcs Singing, Dong, UsgKag Season's Treat F'asic, teiy, Draa, Sensatira Vaudeville Acts 1 Show Only, 8:00 Program Changed Nightly Admission-Balcony 25c; Main Floor 50c (War Tax Added) Tudor, Elbridge Carrier, Everett and Wm. Winburn, Ja...

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. — 31 January 1919

The Daily Register, Richmond, Madison County, Ky., Friday Afternoon, January 31,1919 Annual Financial Statement Of Madison County Evans. Charles pike work English, M. B. pike work Evr-."s. Charles pike work English, M. B. pike work Embry, David pike work English, M. B. pike work Embry, David pike work Elector Blue Ft. Co pike work English, M. B. pike work Er.'.bry, David, pike work Enilij-h. M. B. pike work Electric Blue Print Co mds English, M. B. pike work Edwards. Hugh allowance Eviis. J. M. elec. officer Fife. Harris, pike work F vdoi ick Disft. Co. disft. ct he T-"e ,f,r -John, comr TV'Tu-i. Harry pike work 1 i.V. !Ia"is pike work - 1, Wm. pike work Fl--tchrr, Wm. pike work Flet'-hT. George pike work Fowlt-r, J. W. pike work Frinn.l, Wm. pike work Johnson. John elec officer James, H. C elec officer Jones, S. D. elec officer Johnson, John, elec officer Janitor f.pp, court house Johns, Dutch and wife allow'e Kelly, Roy pike work Ky. Utilities Co, lights 15.00 iKv. 3.95 !Ky. 04.yu...

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. — 31 January 1919

Annual Financial Statement Of Madison County S. Johnson W. Kincaid John Colles Jim Colles Ed Ellington . Fleas Dennis Filson Daniels R. C Combs Tom Webb Roy Smyth Thos. Pitcher - Samuel Lillani t 1X0 1-60 1X0 1X0 1X0 1X0 1X0 1X0 1.50 4X0 4X0 . 1X0 Raod No. 67 A. C Dennis, Oreraeer tr...fci Cvov- S 1.60 lir w. j - j.) u Dennis 1X0 Dennie 00 A. C. Dennis fpO Ivi Richardson 1X0 riton Richardson - I-6? Ernest Rhodus 1X0 James MeKinney - Road No. 77 J. P. Lamb, Overseer. Andy Stevens 2 00 B. a Alexander 5X0 U W. Alexander X0 Milton Sutton G. W. Alexander fgj Jason Van Winkle - IfAX loo W. M. Lakes Turp Turner W. F. Henry . L. H. Hunter James Lynch Leslie Lynca . J. at. Coyle 1X0 1X0 1X3 4.60 1X0 2.00 1X0 110 1X0 1X0 1X0 1X0 1X0 Sylvester Lamb Elmer James J. L Alexander Sylvester Lamb Gilbert Lamb J. P. Ian 12.00 2.00 1X0 4X0 6.00 S0.00 Road No. 7-4tai Miner. Overseer Deland Abner Hurley Hunt -G rover Hunter W. D. Gentry . Bailey Wilson - Henry Isaacs . I M Road 101 Flesa Sucker. Overseer...

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. — 31 January 1919

The Dafly Register, Richaicnd, I.dcn County. Ky.,Friy Afccrr.ccn, Jir.::iiy3 1, 1 vj ;j POET GETS ..AIRCUT irJ JAIL Apostle ef the Natural Law- is Shorn , of His Flowing Locks In Kansas City. Kansas Qty, Mo. Percy Ellsworth Riker Tattle, the unshorn poet and apostle .of the "natural law," has been shorn. Percy let his hair grow long because -le said It was "natural law," Just the same as when he married . by the "natural" ceremony to a spirit In a previous Incarnation. HERE'S WARI.IING, SOOMIG RELIEF FROM YOUR RHEOI.IAHC ACHES Glo veir Timothy For prompt relief from Rheumatism, Neuralgia, or Lumbago, you can depend on Sloan's Liniment. The warming, soothing, counter-irritant effect U the quickest way to overcome the inflammation, swelling or stiffness. A few drops go right to the sore part, draw the blood from the congested place andrcmove the cruse of the ache. The great penetrating power of Sloan s Liniment makes rubbing need less. It is easier and cleaner to use thaa plasters or ...

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. — 1 February 1919

1 Emmj MM THE WEATHER Fair in east increasing cloudiness west portion tonight; Sunday, snow or rain and somewhat warmer. Established 1 865 53d YearNo. 53 LiGHT DOCKET FOR i CIRCUIT COURT February Term Begins Ilere Monday i;h Unusually Small Amount of Litigation oa Program, The regular February term of cir cuit, court will begin here Monday. P sheriff and bis deputies have been . v summoning jurors and witnesses will have everything in order w hi n Judge Shackelford calls court In -os.-lon. ' The docket which has been prepar e i by Circuit Clerk Janfes W. Wagers, t': - best in the state is rather light for this session, consisting of 20 equi ty appearance cases, 19 ordinary ap pearance cases, and with a very light criminal docket also, testifying to the r:rct for law and order which is ;-!- alent in Madison county at this tine. It is piobable that the work ol this court will be cleared up in short or i. r. The ordinary docket for the Ft bruary term has been arranged as fo'lows: Fourt...

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. — 1 February 1919

Print Showing Through Faded Paper Uxe Da3y Regis! -.v Richmond. Madison County Kentucky Saturday Afternoon, February I, 1919 KEPT HER AWAKE Tke Terrible Pains in Back "ani Sides. Cardai Ga?e Relief. MarksrOle, La. Mrs. Alice Johnson, of this place, writes; '"For one year I suffered with an awful misery in my back and sides. My left side was hurting me all the time. The misery was something awfuL I could not do anything, not even sleep at night It kept me awake most of the night ... I took different medicines, but nothing did me any good or relieved me until I took Cardui . . . I was not able to do any of my work lor one year and I got worse all the time, was confined to my bed off and on. 1 got to bad with my back that when I stooped down 1 was not able to straighten up again ... I decided I would try Cardui ... By time I had takes the entire bottle I was feeling pretty good and could straighten up and my pains were nearly in gone. I shall always praise CarduL I con tinued taking it...

Publication Title: Richmond Daily Register
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond daily register. — 1 February 1919

Tfcl fry R;sr. Rich:r.d. U.:xi Cc-.i f. L, ztarLy Afccn. fcbry-ry 1 . 1919 play, by Augustus Thomas, Millions have seen this great western drama. It packed theatres year after year the country; over, imagine its thrds now wit hall outdoors for its stage! And its hero Douglas Fairbanks. Also the IRON TEST No. 6, and a Pictograph. ALHAMERA Opa 2 to StSO Pt 1L Opera House Open 7 to 100 P.M. SATUTJDAY TUESDAY Ethe Cbytca end EUstt "Xjbmmxiupow' A Paramount Picture. RUTH ROLAND in the last episode of HANDS UP. and a Luke comedy: . He Xf crld Famous Opera Singer, Enrico Caruso in "MY COUSIN" An Artcraft picture; Also a Sen nett comedy. Dcaglss Ftirbanki la , . . " "ARIZONA" t A famous picture from . a famous tdmisaion 20 cents War Tax included MM. MOUSE B Vaudeville Acts 1 Show Only. 8:00 Program Changed Higlitly At!.T.issi:n-Ba!cony 25c; Main Flsor 50c (War Tax Added) .uiNQ TWO NIGHTS WEDNESDAY AI.DTT.U3SDAY FEBRUARY 5th & Oth Th3 SLing, Dzncfcig, LEugtlng Season's Treat bsic, Coir.:...

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