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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond daily register. — 25 October 1919

r - VEstablisKed 1 86553d Year ni'9T;ixo.i;;i:;G.. fh:ei:ds every day Prominent Farmers and , Citizen Are For It Now Under Special . CJ GiiieM' Cimmateo'.K:'; ', V. i Y?nnre I ' frctm till oAfinrti lh county are1 to the; effect that . the appointment lot the Citizens' fr . Committee and 'pledgery the Fis ,; fcal Court to spend in each ihagjs ferial istrict on its own Particular 1 roads,, a sum equal to ' that which ' that magisterial district pays7 on? der 'the special tax; if voted, have . made a : wonderful change id 'the - Sentiment of the people ' toward i the 20-cent road tax 'proposition, Many of the most prominent citizens of ' the "co'inxtjf who were boenlv' "oooosed to'votine to'a road tax on account of the old 7 ftvetm ti.i ..fi4a rrrG I1rl "rrir . " that they will both vote and Work for the tax. They say ' that they ; feel that with the splendid set Of men who have been named at the H , V proposition, and to :5rV k a road program,- for the ' cowrtty, that affairs are to b...

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. — 25 October 1919

Richmond Daily Register. Richmond, Madison County : Saturday. Afternoon, October 23; 1 9 1 9 t !, ; 1 1 El . - A . 'i. v. sis n- i Ricliinond Daily Register ,, ; rNKMIM - Sintered t tne poatofflc In Richmond m aecond cUtu nutll natter under Act f Congrese of HI. . '' v Subscription are etrlctlr caah-ln-s,d-,v ranee to all and paper will be stopped proaiptlr when aubacrlptlon hae ex pired. ..v.. v., ' BIG HILL The 'pie " supper Jat Pilot nob , school house -was quite a assess as i . always is at Pilot Knob. ' Some , of the people from adjoining districts brought pies and helped in the sup . per, which was very much appreciat ed by the people of Pilot Knob. J. H. .Wilsojr,was the auctioneer, and sold pies so rapidly that many more, could have" been sold 'if we had them. Cake and lemonade were also sold by j some of pur good neighbors, Mrs. ' A. t J. Wilson, Mrs- H; T. Chasten, - and f Mr.. Mat Baker.'-, IAU seemed to enjoy . themselves, and everything was quiet jr and peaceable. " 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. — 25 October 1919

:-.J,i:-.-Cc-::7 Saturday Aflcrne October 25, 1919 0 i !Vr;(j(ar friends can buy . anvthnirf ; v .?:''.!.- Jv ;'.', you can give them-.- ; except your photograph. ' - ' V' ' ;. .',-v- -, i. . ; ."'';-v,r. ; ':-i'J S h ,,' 'v ':''' ;,;..7,'-- .v :,,..r,;;. '; -4 ' '...' 7 ':, 1 ' SOCIAL AND PERSONAL Luncheon Tuesday - . , s , The following from' the Lexington Leader 'will be read .with ' interest here: Mrs. Newton Combs entertain ed beautifully on Tuesday at her home on North Mill street with a, buffet luncheon. The house and table were . decked with, cosmos and roses and de licious dishes were served. The list " was not given, but among the guests noteq were: Mrs; Robert M,. Coleman, Mrs. Harrison Simrall, Mrs. Robert Brown, Mrs. Keene Daingerfield, Mrs, . Nathan Elliott, Mrs. Charles Brent. Mrs- Green Clay Goodloe, Mrs. Maury .Kemper, . Mrs. Samuel H. Halley, Mrs. Edward U Hutchinson, Mrs. Charles Kerr, Mrs. Samuel J. Roberts, .Mrs. Howard McCorkle, Mrs. Wm. . Thompson Briggs, Mrs....

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. — 25 October 1919

Richmond Daily Register, ldcknond, Madison Cc.;.. aturchy ...-mc-.., Kjzt42, i . i- .t: is SUITS FILED HERE OVER MENIFEE OIL LAUDS Menifee counts is betrihniner to took ' ' . up as a promising: on producing cen : X ter, and this ' ' reflected i in several ; " suits which, have been filed in Federal Court here over oil rights in that sec I: , tion of the state. Three petitions were V: filed here this week by non-residents of Kentucky, for the oil rights under i jPCTWun tracts w,ten(j in Menifee .' teouhty:'Twb of the suits were filed ' by JR. H- Jamison. One is tor not v - of the ollnnder treertaitt tracts and v.; . the suit is brought., against R,,j A. Chiles, G. H. Carson, W. 0. Back, and ' ; the Roberta Ojl and Gas Company. Jamison brine-8 his other suit' arinst ":J J. M. Kash, R.' L. Hall, W- G. Smith, ' H; g. Carson, Charles E. Dexter and ... ..the . Roberta Oil and . Gas . Company, for his 1-8 interest in another tract. loth of which he alleges are worth , more ' than" ?3,000."...

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. — 27 October 1919

"' 'f-l-v'-' )'",' 1 :' Established 1 865 53cJ -. r . ; ' I Jici.VMJ ispn; ,9buntjf; Kentucky (Monday fterncn October 27, 191 9 Single Copy 5 Cent ' Ann x rm I 1-1 i ) X 1 I , I ., - i I . l i TV - ILrf'fl - O 9 PORTRAITS OF TWO : DISTINGUISHED SONS Are Added To Gallery of Notables In Madison ' Circuit Court ' Room Monday Morning ; Two handsome oil .protraits were added to the gallery of dis tinguished sons of Madison in e Madison ( county circuit ' room when court convened Monday jf . morning. The ':, portraits were U ' . those of W. H. Canrtrn and CnV J. W. Caperton, father and ipn, and in their day, two of the ablest legal lights in this section of Ken tucky. -. r ..V. '.',-,' The presentation address ' was delivered by Attorney A. R. Bur nam, Hon. W. B. Smith respond - ed on be'half of the bar, and Judge W. R. Shackelford accepted , the handsome portraits, on behalf of the court. In presenting the pic- Ces on behalf of the family of ' two distinguished- lawyers and citizens, Mr;...

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. — 27 October 1919

Richmond Daily Register, RicL-r.cr.d, Madison County Moncliy nuzrLi, Ucio f z. , i it Richmond Daily Register . M. HAUFLBTt. Kltr mm PrietM Entered at tne poatoSlc In Rlcbaod rcnd claaa mall matter undar Act of Congreaa of 1176. BiKanpintlnMa ara atrictlv caah-ln-md trance to all and paper will be (topped promptly when subscription baa ex- pirea. , :. . i Mat Cohen Calls A Spade .Ed .Morrow seemed rnighty :anxiaus. to jump into print with a idenial of any reports that he doesn't pay debts or give checks. It all came about because Gov. Black said he would allow his checks to go to protest. Gov. Black did no: tame Morrow nor -did he make the refenece, such that "Morrow might even remote Jy suspect that he was concerned. .'Mat Cohen, however, took off shis gloves when he began to talk :about-such things down at James-rtownithe- other dayl and;:called a spade. '.The ; republicans - have 'been accusing Mat ;of,r; spending . Ahe .state's ;money0 extra yagantly , - 'OiiE his, .trips, to . ...

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. — 27 October 1919

V.T- Q ' v 7 I The Heed of Fall Footwear Comes To Us All '..'' . "' ' - , We are showing the most up-to-date Women's High Shoes that has ever been our privilege to offer for your inspection. Greys, Browns, Beaver Browns, and Black. Also some real dressy Patent Boots for special dress occasions, that are considered very good. - RICE & ARNOLD ' The One PricV House i .-.. Mr. and Mrs. . Harris Park, of Irvine, were here Saturday en - route to a visit to Miss Ruth Hunley in Frankfort. Mrs. ,T, J. Sinith after attending the D. A. R. meeting in Lexington this week will come, to Richmond for the week-end. I Mr. Charles Dudley and family spent Sunday with friends in Paris. Mr. Tom Chrisopher, of Irvine, was a visitor here Monday. Miss Marie Bennett after spend ing the week-end with her - parents, Mr. and Mrs. Waller Bennett have re turned to Science Hill to school. Mrs. Will Shelby, who has spent much time in Mexico recently will be with her mother, Mrs. 'Samuel Bennett at Lexington thi...

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. — 27 October 1919

Richmond Daily Register; RicKmon3t Madison County Monday Afternoon, October 27, 1 9 1 9 rv-i -.maunwiwan IHIO s . jj jj 'V' '" r1 Tilt UNIVERSAL CAR The simpiitity of the Ford car, its stability in construction, .the famous heat treated Vanadium steel with its marvelous strength and flexibility, the low cost of operation and maintenance, its ease in operation, all have . made the Ford car the great favorite in every land in the world. It's the one car that always satisfies and serves. A utility beyond'question that all can afford. We will be pleased to have your order. Don't delay because the demarid . js heavy all the time. We have almost every thing in motor car accessories,, sell the genuine Ford Parts, and assure the best in ,. mechanical repair work. . Madison Garage 1 Incorporated Richmond, Ky. ' ' H LEAGUE BANQUET Delightful Occasion Given Friday Evening To Members . The Sunday school room xi the Methodist church was the scene of a festive occasion last" Friday evening when t...

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. — 28 October 1919

i i ;s .it i V " ; " y "- 1 ' trlLla I865-53d Ywr-No. 281 S&Co& 5 Git. tVil'..,J: ' r : "i .v.- i r PC ' A :ifei FO.l CGLGr.ED KILLEfl ..ursia Cwtvicteft By Jury "i';'t:Vj Fee Three Yean .. -;'' f Rruc MAunSn. rolnnu) ' w1in'"lrI1liuf Tom Oldham : of, the same race, at Goodloe's hapel, near Brassfield, weritftha, ago was found guilty ' and given 21 years Jnttbe faenitetf 21 jtiary by a Jury in circuit court Tues y day morning. The trouble was. caused ' ' ly, trouble over. Oldianv's 'wife, it appeared. .' ''v " Judce tJhackelford'took the law in to his own hana in the case of Elmer jHendericlu who hasn't been support ' (ng his children, in a way. which pleased everyone who , heard ''His Honor's remarks to Hendricks and his wife. They hare three children, and the Judge flatly told them that. un less tuey quit tneir saucDDiing, ana :e care or um cnuaren. or ne Vd v send the childrento the Wren's Home,', and their parents tail.'' The Judge then told ,the women's, father, named F...

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. — 28 October 1919

t - fhe Richmond Daily Rsister Richmond, f.Idiscn County Tuesday Afternoon, October 2cV 1 9 1 9 " 3 v. ; 7 icalp gores ; eription. So easy to apply, not rraasy d 'R wubea lute tb scalp and the reliefl m Instant Try it today on oat guanmU. . , . . -, !STOCKTON & SON ' Richmond Daily Register m. M. SAUFIiBl. Baitor mm FmricM ' Cotered at tuo pbatofflc In Richmond 'mm aeoond laaa malf matter under Act f Congreaa .If 7ir ;". '; ,;! ' - Riibacriptlona' aj-e atrlcur ceah-la-ed-i: aacc to all and paper will be stopped ' . j aromptly when ubaertptloa . .' . : '.; ' ' Ohio is $4,0060PQ'f oir . fcun-i j. Tdred and fifty million, '. dollar! think' ' of 'itin',del)Cf and,?' yet , 5 'iome 'people' worry because Ken-r ; tticky has. a ; little iel?t of;! three ; V : of ..fotir million; 'dollars, nie -". '' ' folks do riot know, when' they' 'are wen on. . .. : '.Thruston. JBatlard, .the liouis "ville .flour king, and republican ' , candidate for lieutenant governor is now' denying' that' he cha...

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. — 28 October 1919

lb R:ckr.c:J DIy Rtrtni:dj-icn Uz&zcz Ccly. Tuesday Afternoon, October 28i 1 9 1 9 f V. "J I 1 . Daily Health Problem (Stomach muscle . ' llliw tn art MOST people tod the year! dipping by without realizing it, until suddenly confronted with the (act that they can no longer lift everything they would like to eat. it then becomes their daily task to avoid what they know to be chronic, constipation. "When exercise and light diet fail it will be eweessary to resort to artificial means.. (Strong physic and Cathartics, however, are' not ad. visable for elderly peopk'They act too powerfully an3 a feeling of weakness results. What is needed it St laxative- containing elective but mild properties. This is best found m Dr. Caldwell's Syrup Peptm which is n combination of simple laxative" herbs wkh pepsin. . Ifact gently and with out' griping, and. used few days will train tne digestive organs to -do their work natur rally again without other aid. ' -- : ' Dr. CaUwnll' iSyrup Pepsin hu bee...

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. — 28 October 1919

r Richmond Daily Renter, fficj-in "NX HALLOVE'Ell PARTY AT CITY SCHOOL . V-Vt;.;.?-.; INDIGESTION J- . "PftjM' Dlap?in" mkl ; I toisordered Stomachs , " M fio at once! The city schools will give a Hallowe-eh party on Friday ev ening, October 31st, 1919. This Hallowe'en party-will be for the benefit of the city school library. The;: city schools, are . entirely with'nut anv form of library. It is 'J. Lumps of undigested food anyinmg raw . - ' m v. ,, . . , ; . 6 . i the size of Richmond to have no causing pain. When your stom- Hb in its city schools. It is ch is acid, - and is gassy, , sour. nrA.ticW imoossible for the , or you have heartburn, flatulence, t-h ,chooi to do without tine headache , c dypepsia, .here ls,R5rerence works are needed a speedy re let-no waiting. 'historY. in laneuaees. and in lit a tawetor two ot rape s mtar; , Supplementary reading TInAnDin am1 ; ' trie ft rt 1.- ttAM . ... . . -tn , ; is needed in the lower grades, me . atuuiatu iccis iiuc. .rvn uic iuui in...

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 October 1919

Established 1865533 YearNo. -282 v Krbm6nci. Madison G)unty Kentucky, Wednesday Afternoon Single Copy 5 Cent f " Mill V i m ROAD TAX GO;iTli:UES TO GAIII FRIEI2DS . Report That County Hat Money In Road Fund Now Is Prov Qen Incorrect .Says Treasurer ' ' Reports continue to come in from . alt sections ..'. of the county . that sentiment on the 20-cent road tax. has changed in a.' re- fnWkable way1, since theappoint Anent of a committee of business (1 men and" farmers v to supervise J the county's road program, and A the-pledge of the Fiscal Court mat- ihc money eacn magisterial tistnct pays into the special tax, shall be expended upan.the roads oi mat aistrict. ao more power ful assurance could be given- tha each section of the county under this new system will receive full P . . . . . T " ""ft , ' 1' benefit 'of "every ,. cent. of tax money that it pays! ' V - Reports have been circulated - in some quarters that there is r neyfor more road money,, as tiXJ is ample in " the : ' county...

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 October 1919

TUchmond Daily Register, Richmond, Macfccn County Techesday Afterncoh, October 29, 1919 7 tt . :. ... Allied nations Bento. quell ;$re P-, rising. ., Mounted, as, was the imraor- tal Jeanne d' Arc Malilee leads the yellow' hordes agamst , theirr white foes until all hope is gone, Then, with the stoicism of " the oriental blood, she seeks death by her own hand in the throne, room of sthe (Emperor's palace. :; : .O-.t ,' : ; . '? . ''A . ,', :;; .' .' '' , . The warrior's costume, . a striking robe of embroidered , silk, with the head of a lion depending: from the waist, is apparel .worn only by those, of the Chinese who stand ready to m'v thiv liwn -for the race. The ' lion's head is the highest symbol , of ; gl valor at arms. , ""n The robes are f the1' heavi j Chinese : silk, embroidered . with tt thousand .: designs. On her head Nazimova wenrs the symbolical head dress of the Goddess, ; studded' ' with peacock feathers and, dozens of silk floss pom poms the whole! held in place by...

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 October 1919

I Is AND DAUGHTER THE PRICE OF FLOUR iJ: N'iK'U-vw&ffi r:y??rt"-H - Both Madia Well by Lydia E. d:li .. i7iLi. V V .' Compound. " J II 1 M Steele. Ala. "Durlnaf th rtinr t i . a- mtu uw nns8, wu nervous, run uown, ana tiad sick heodachee for two 1 or three days at a 1 I At V . iime. i iook Lydia iinicnam a vege table Compound and I am much stronger and better in every way than I was. My daughter's health broke down .last June from teaching school . without a rest: and aha i hu taxen tyaia js. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound and the Blood Medicine with good results. She is much better and teaching now and 1 give your medicine the praise. You are welcome to use this letter for the benefit of other suf fering women." Mrs. F, A. Gaines, ., wo. i, Steele, Aia.' s: '- Women who suffer as Mrs. Gaines did should not hesitate to give this famous : root and herb remedy, Lydia E. Pink - ham's Vegetable Compound, a trial, as " the evidence that is constantly being' : published proves beyond qu...

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 October 1919

1 he Richmond Daily Register Richmond, Madison County .. Wednesday Afternoon, October 29, 1919 ; ' PUBLIC Saturilay; November Oth ' At 10a. m. At Union City Having decided to quit farming; I will sell on the' above date, rain or shine, without reserve or by-bid, my farm 1 -2 mile south of Union City; and in sight of High school. Same contains 1 1 7 acrei all in grass, one of handsomest 1 0-room frame dwellings indus section new barn and all other necessary buildings in excellent condition." '. ; ' ' ' anuto.;.. V V;' , 3 Good Milch Cows 2 Weanling Calves 4 Shoats ' 8 YoungEwes, 1 Buck ; 1 Buggy and Harness" r. t'G&fr Peering Mower ; 1 Oliver Turning Plowand other small tools ' Some Corn, Hay, Fodder Locust posts, lumber. Good Cook Stove. Other Jipusehpld effects too ? 5 f numerous 10 mention. . - a Mrs. Lucy AM: Sharp For particulars call on A. C. Sharp! Telephone 220-2 Terms made known on day of sale. .: ' Richmond Daily Register . M. UVnn( Baits mm4 PrrletI Entered at toe post...

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. — 29 October 1919

II07 TO GET RID OF YOUR GOLD The Richmond Daily ReftsiRichmrad. Madison County, 'j Wednesday Afternoon, October 29. 1 91 9 dinner Sunday MM. Li. J Mrs. Sadie-Wileus Invitations included: BosIpv. ChnrlpH Jpff. Schelegel and house guest, and Anne DeJarhett are i eager, of Lex- Misses 'Emma representa tives from the Boonesboro Chapter to Hie quick Way' U to , use Dr. King New Diacoreiy , nONT put off until tonight what v you can do todav. Stan bottle of Dr. 5lnr New Dlscov ry. Start taking It at once. By. u uuio uu runcn Dome JOUU DO n the way to recovery. , r , Tali standard family friend has been breaking oolda, coughs, grippe J attacks, and, croup for more than fifty yean. It'a used wherever sure- Art relief la appreciated; Children -and grownup alike can uee It therela no dlMgreeable after-effect. Jour dnwtat his It Oc and 11.20 it trial.;? iQoweU V&ni wtm iV. TrpW liver pleading foe . aneel IJow carAefj tojUgjec . . tMaia when Dr. Klnara M saint- Leaving the ayitem upcleaaad. ...

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. — 29 October 1919

Richmond Daily Register, Richmond, Madisoa County . Wednesday Afternoon October 29, 191 9 CINCINNATI'S GREATEST STORE; FOUNDED 1177. McCall Patterns Store Hours : , 8:30 to 5:45 Columbia Grafanolaa F is is Cincinnati s DOMINATING Store R over forty-two years this store has stood for EVERY THING that contributes to the best interest of the public. . We number our regular Jcustomejre l'from'.wide' areas in FOUR STATES. . : . . .customers who never come to Cin6innati without visiting Mabley's. ':. Wc enjoy this reputation because for , years we, v- have catered particularly to the out-of-town trade. This Is a Store for ALL the Family 'Every member of the family can be COM- ' PLETELY outfitted here and to the best advantage. $ , We specialize on STYLE, in everything to wear and ' we also specialize on quality and prices. Come to Cincinnati - and to Mabiey and Carew's The store is convenient to all railway and interur ban stations ; to all theatres, . and is in the heart of the shopping ...

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. — 29 October 1919

cdbgsLty Af isrncca, October 29, 191 9 o .8 o o o o o o o o o d o o o o o o o o o o o p o o o o o o o o o o o o 8 o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o Tike losimg Series of Apctiop Sales at -oe ail mm era. i 5 Mercer CoMinity Farais Friday Novenioer 7, Saturday November la, of liostfiL Ky. -663 Acres in AIL 8, Tuesday, November 11 i "Land Hunger is still Unsatisfied." But few farms can; now be purchased either privately or at auction. This maybe your last opportunity. Swinebroad is the only umii in uic uusiness wno nas orrerea a series oi saies m ine same neignoornooa, so as 10 give uie Duyers an opportunity to k attend and look over the ditterent tarms at the least expense. I have refused to offer at auction almost as many farms as I have sold. Why ? y Because I know land values and will not offer at public sale any farm unless owner is willing to absolutely "turn loose" or "turn loose" at price which will justify the...

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. — 29 October 1919

a- .j , THE UNIVERSAL CAR The simplicity f the Ford car, it? stability in construction; V the famous heat" treated Vanadium steel with its marvelous, strength and flexibility, the low cost of operation' and ' maintenance, its ease in operation, all have made the Ford car the great favorite in every ' land in the world. It's the one car $a always satisfies and serves. A utility beyond question that all can afford. , We will be pleased to have your order. Don't delay because the demand is heavy all the time. - We have almost every, thing in motor car accessories, ..sell tnt genuine ford Parts, -and assure, th4 besiljn'j" ; mechanical repair work. ..' . ' ;.''.- . - . . ' Madison Garage - Incorporated Richmond, MARRIAGE LICENSES Joe Taylor Griggs, 30, and Miss Kathleen Kunkel, 29, both of Richmond, ' John A. Logan, 29,and Miss Grace Lakes, 15, both of Big Hill. ' ,. V ' .' -' " Ernest Johnson, 21, and Miss Gertrude v Reeves, 17, bo'th of Brassfield. . . - ' Don't forget to hear Congres...

Publication Title: Richmond Daily Register
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