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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond daily register. — 11 November 1919

V ,.v v JU. Established lfi5 53d YearNo. 293 Richmond. Madison County Kentucky, luesday Afternoon, November 11,1919 Single Copy 5 Cet ;. MM? " ..- -T-TT- . 1 . 7 It A lEE-liSECEETO CALL STRIXE OFF fillhm Cbey Federal Court Or Y dand Coal Miners Will Go Cade To Work At Once , ,. .". (By. Associated Press) IndianannliS. Nnv. '11 The jwimcu mmc ..vvui&cr$ -vi Amen- i ca; through their general conj '' mittee,'"''. decided 'early "today"., to' f : Judge Anderson, which means re - call of 425,000. -.bitununQus vcoal , -miners nation. The deuson was of.thc fedcfa -prohibition amend reached at WO o clock this inorn-J K,r rit ( a date court. " We do it under pro test. We are Americans. We -cannot fight our government. That is all," said acting Presi dent Lewis at the conclusion of the conference: jfc. iiuurs aicr, wjicn pouri.con f id, the order of Jhe executive bbard, calling off the' strike was presented to Judge Anderson, who approved it. He characteriz ed it,as a good taith effort, 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. — 11 November 1919

) . 1 U 2: Composed of eiiht dittarODt cnt .'.Is find cinrri.: eat?, which all mall need. Guaranteed vrith That's a strong guarantee wo are i offering you, but it's backed up by the experience of thousands of stock feeders many of them right in this neighborhood who are enthusiaatio ' cbout Cavoy-ized Stock Tonic. .' They alt'earee that this Ionic is a sals, economical insurance against liv stock loan. Does away with dosing and drench . ing enables animals to dose themaarvea Rceor.tats; to their own instincts which astute hr - jlvca .Vam as a sore suide. 1 it 7-u:e it where your hog, ahoap. cat , tie .t .- h pr.es can gat U thffy lick k because " ;.:c- h!. - it. Guaranteed pure and safe '; '-wrsu b'j 7:tfriaarlant, Try h 60 Days at Our Risk Come in end sea us about our liberal trial ' offer. Wo want to convince you by your own expc7-.en:e in your own toed lot without any rirhtv you whatever. - I . B. BLANTON : ! i 1 Ks'! Uf 1 Hp- 1 . stall ar pea faadine. SO lb. locks lo. rang a or ...

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. — 11 November 1919

4;"f-''' Guaranteed vnih QlVVIt oca Competed of ilht cWfarent cot .'-?9 rnd which all in III Ul MOO. - Wi. brick for teU or pea I hmdins. 801b. block fo:' ran or pae tar foodtBc . Richmond Daily Register N. nAUKI.K.. timltmr mm 4 rtmmrl-imr That's a strong guarantee wo are offering you, but it's backed up by the experience of thousand of stock feeders many of them right in this neighborhood who are enthusiastig cbout Cav?y-ized Stock Tonic. ' Tkey aU'eareo that tfaia Ionic is a aaf. eccnoo!cal insurance et-ainat Iiv Stock ioUrs. Dae away with doaina and dranck big enable animal to doo tbemaolre r.ccar. V.ug to their em instinct which natttra hr.1 jivca "bom a a ore uida. it place it where your ho-, keep, cat do i hone can set it they lick k boeauao ;.c- h! - it. Guaranteed put and af Ttiv3a by veterinarian. Try h 60 Days at Our Risk Come in and fee u about our liberal trial offer. WewanttoconTineejroubyyourowB experience in your owa feed lot without any risk tcyon whatever, .R. BLAN...

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. — 11 November 1919

O ) 4 V. 0 O.J Q W 11 bmt' r i H tomboy from the far- V P7 . 0 JUST dusting, and dusting, for this t -', miscruevous little from the far- off moutain country. But when they . did ftnd out sow untie, nuw uwereuii r : r w "Mickey" is the digest of the science of producing motion pio-tures--a super-picture that comes only once in a lifetime a master 1 1 piece of, humor and pathos, love and ' adventure. Don't miss it, at (hNrt mmm mf tktmtrm V dmtt kmrm Alhambra-Opera House 2 DAYS WED. & THURS. NOV. 12 & 13 PRICES 10c 20c 35 Social and Personal Golden Wedding The following handsomely engrav ed invitations have been received by -friends here: ; Mr. and Mrs. Thomas E. Baldwin .request the pleasure -of your company at the fiftieth an niversary of their marriage Tusday the eighteenth of ' ' November from three un til six oclock Richmond Six O'clock Dinner Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Webei were hosts at an elaborate six o'clock din ner at their home near Waco. The table fairly groaned beneath...

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. — 11 November 1919

. LacEec ' Absolutely 1 'FEME A, J ju!T 3 Grand Opera House 4 g J dusting, for this 1 . ' ' I j tomboy from the for- jL j PS V : nrnmanomft iMovemoier' 14 JUST dusting, and dusting, for this '. 1 t- miscnievous uttle from the far- off moutain country. But when they;did tod out - VT...,u 5jiu tame, nuw uiuerenii v .. - Mickey" is the digest of the science of producing motion pictures- super-picture that comes only once in a lifetime-a master piece of, humor and pathos, love and adventure. Don't miss it, at ifaMrf mum iImIn umd dmt kmrm Alhambra-Opera House 2 DAYS WED. & THURS. NOV. 12 & 13 PRICES 10c 20 35 Social and Personal Golden Wedding The following handsomely engrav ed invitations have been received by friends here: Mr. and Mrs. Thomas E. Baldwin .request the pleasure of your company at the fiftieth an niversary of their marriage Tusday the eighteenth of 1 November from three un til six oclock Richmond Six O'clock Dinner Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Wcbei wore hosts at an elabora...

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. — 11 November 1919

Richmond Daily fettr, luchmcnd, Alacka County Tuccdiy Afbrncca, ; : r 1 1 1919 y Benefit of the Best Sennit DrCaldwelT Syrup Pepsin contains the finest Egyptian S Senna, as recommended by the U. S. P. many people, habitually la Df Caldwell's Syrup Peptia the vmf E-yptun senna n combined with peptm making an exceptionally valuable took laxative in dyspepsia and other disturb-, aucet of the stomach and bowel. It hat been on the market since 1892 and many , ' thousands of people who formerly bought ; an inferior grade of senna at retail now -buy Dr. Caldwell's Syrup Pepsin for 50c and $1 a luge bottle. It is sold in all drug store. , In sfite of the fact that Dr. Caldwell's Syrup Pepsin is the largest selling liquid I ' ' .l. IJ it ' into contripated, find relief in chc ik 'senna leaves or brewing them 'afee and drinking it. llwy wm lc glad to know that they can obtain semia already iuewed, at no greater expense and an a much more convenient and agree- j able form.' ;' ; , ," '' k 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. — 12 November 1919

Estilichd I C53d YeNo. 294 V Richcr.f.; f.iicfison County Kentucky, ;Wednesday Afternoon, November ) 2, 1 9 19 Sins!? Qcpy 5 Cent : lecj:i ::.H.::Efis DenT Celebration f ; Armistice 1 h VasLmxtoa Tihi and I ' . V. V,rCicer U Hanged ' L Ccntralia, Washington, Nov. 12 .. - btste troops tofiiT: patrolle this 4 ity v" where ' during the - Aix.uce uay celebration , yea- terday four , members of the V American Legion Were shot and killed and five others Wounded by men said 'to be members of the Industrial Workers of. the World. Britt Smith, secretary of the lo cal I, W. W. was hanged by a - mob. - The reason for the attack is not fully developed. ' Citizens . today planned to drive: all radi cals from the city. . There-is no disorder here to- . day.' National guardsmen are gtiafding all approaches to the city ; and 'posted in the- Main are in jail. ;. K9 --. Council About Through t (Br Aaaoctated Freai) ' Pans, Nov. .12 The American delegation to the peace confer ence has informed the Sup...

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. — 12 November 1919

.j..:"7 THE HOT BLAST AIRrTIGHT FLORENCE : ; For Soft Coal, Slack, Coke, Hard Coal or Wood. ,V s No Smoke! No Soot I No Dirt I :, ..v; Eveything Is Consumed ' V vj ' '' The original and only absolute smoke consuming ttove on M The greatest heatcf Tented. and most economical stove ever in- '" "'-'I -"7- '"'ijp' ' . - PAIilS 6,1 JjjiLY THi? "The State Normal Football Team was defeated bv the ; Paris t Mtth 1 acnooneam rYiday by a score of 40 to 0, on ; the latter's ' grounds. Co Ah McCov. with hl mr , WMV V Wl." uaai tiigH School boys left for! Paris rYiday afternoon on tii i -rt -- After reaching Paris, thev were corted to the Y. M. C. A. where they hurriedly '-essed,- and were : rushed out to 'tne neld of action.' ' . . The Cantainn .' . mu A . a ; tossed- Pans L receives.. RichmW. kick., Burnam center :( on the Nor mat team; kiclra the Kdi '. I , , - vxt lilt? signal of the referee; . and the1 two, ....o , .ujH- wgeuer. wnen the o...u.B ;a crearea away ,: from . the .11- ,r18 man j...

Publication Title: Richmond Daily Register
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond daily register. — 12 November 1919

tl. .v , f ;.':-r. WHAT A BANK IS FOR ; - vrlnclpal faaetlaa af a ' kiuik la I '; it ffS A . ' . A bad laveatateat i fcnrta 'ran 'aaaV'r , VTaM I fi v karma na. On uj i-,.-.' . ." - faellltea. We (wrutM ran caratacy. Sale af Valted Htatea Treaaury- Bar laaa CertUcatea. They ara' laaaed la the aeaaaUaatUas at flM ui aad are alwaya wart a aura aay areata ' " were taa aurrtaaa Math. ' aaa aea a abaat theaa,. I " ! yaa afcaat yaar tareatMeata. MADISON NATIONAL BANK 0 JAS. H. PEARSON AUCTIONEER, REAL ESTATE and INSURANCE- 1 will tell your farm privately or at auction, and will conduct your sale on a commission or for a fee. V' I am agent for the best Insurance Companies and can write you policies to pro tect your farm buildings or house and town property. ; Office in Oldham Building Richmond, Kentucky v Telephone 820 c r VIHD STORMS CYCLONES AND TOiHIADOES The season for these destructive agents is now upon us. Chimneys, roofs and entire buildings can easljy be destroyed in a few minutes...

Publication Title: Richmond Daily Register
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Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond daily register. — 12 November 1919

The Richmond Daily Renter Richmond, Iliacliren fo.:y.7 1 Guaranteed vnih A Comtad of eitltit JJrerent v Jt Jue and mioBHt nalte, ; which eJl an. -- 7OT Ctmkz -)! STOCK TONICS "". That's a strong guarantee WO are offering you, but it's backed up br - the experience of thousands of stock feeders tncsy of them right in this neighborhood who are enthusiastic .'" c.bout CaTS7iied Stock Tonic - i ' The? al agree that this tonic is a safe, economical insurance asainat lire stock -., luaoee. , Pom away with doeiag and drench , ins enables animal Cd doae themeehros a ixord tng to their own instinct which naruxo hsa sien 'Jiem as a sura aiaida. : - 'J. ct place it where your hoea, aheap, cat- '' i . Stnrsea Can get fc they lick k became iv.?y t.! it. Cunraiiteed pure and safe epproveu b rstorinariana. , '. i ; ' ., ,V - jTry !c 0 Days et Our Rislc Come in an J aee us about oar liberal trial, offer. We wsat to convince yov by your own rpef-'-i yvnt own load lot without any .. rials U yai Sttnv...

Publication Title: Richmond Daily Register
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond daily register. — 12 November 1919

-yAr.l, ivernber 12, 1919 id y ;e I; a P n i ( - 'A tVir.V- iSfe. " "STRICTlT CONFIDENTIAL"" GBROOWELL i,; HTCT'G' : ftivH SSS:S':r JJSSi-. ' '' ' ' ' ' ' JMMMMMIMMMMMMMMMMMllllililliL!-' ' I I I I I I I I I I I 1 TOWl SUFFERED Ov .12 YEARS Finally Made Well bvTakuig Lydia . Pinkham Veg . I etable Compound. r; ' Emmitsburg, Md. ' I suffered for xweivo or ni wen years, and wu treated loy a physician, but goi uttie relief. I saw an advertise ment of Lydia K Phkham'a Vegeta ble Compound in my niin)ar, so thought I would try it, and it did me more good than all the doc tor'a medicine, f am a farmer's wif and do my, house work all ho and I am better now than I have been xor years, l am never without Lydia Ii . Pinkham's Vegetable Compound in the .house and have recommended it to sev eral of my friends. You are perfectly welcome to. publish my letter for the , good it may do other women." Mrs. , ETTIB WAJiRtN, Emmitsburg, Md. - (Backache and nervousness are symp- ' toms or nature's warnin...

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. — 12 November 1919

. t noon, November-'. 1 2, 1919 -'H'- ; - -t.' ?-vV -x:.' ;iili! -1:'' f'-5 1 5) pin 01. ' . i V Cole's Hot Blast Heaters And Stoves White's Sewing Machines - - McDouyal-Kitchen Cabinet " " 0mber8 Tireless , Gas ; Range HL8 1 3L -.'.. 11 V . x , x ' i m wktis i x x "x n i hi n : The Big Clearance Sale which was inaug- , " urated Nov. 1st and advertised 'to run for 10 v: - -' ' ' v-i ' ':':,:i;v : ' V::':; " :' --s ' rdajrt endssi'on Saturday. Nov. 8th, was a de- 7 , -.'.h'- ...!.' '-''.''.A ;:'V' 1 " i ' - Acidd success, and hundreds of people took advantage of the many bargains we offered. '.:V...',--1 ;v,: , ' ; - 1 ' ;; " However, so many of the country people told us Saturday that they had been unable to at- j tend, and were coming to our store Monday morning expecting to purchase furniture which was advertised during the sale .that we : have decided to continue-this' mammoth sale . 10 more days. , A ; The Great Majestic Ranges .ill A 1 IP il(lM I I ! - I J . y'ra ir,x:i x"v " ....

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. — 12 November 1919

r r 6 7 Vc Oner 10 Per Cent Caoh -Recount :-on- All Paints and Painters ilterial : .... :For Next 30 Days: aiid Soii VHEAT PROSPECTS I ; l!0T GOOD, SAYS COHEH ..' ,,r . -: ' :.-, 7 The last crop report- of , the seasop 1919 issued by the State Agri cultural Department gives the . final estimates on yield ofcorn and tobacco neither of which crops are , entirely housed as yet This crop season has been very unfavorable, with the ex treme drouth throughout the sum mer months and the continued rains throughout the fall months and much complaint is voiced of corn damage , ing-in the: shock- The prospects for the wheat crop of 1920 in this state,. are not good. The anticipated acreage is exception ally small, the same showing at 57 per cent, which, compared with the 114 per cent acreage sown in 1918 shows the crop nas oeen cm ov p cent. The condition of wheat at this time is given at 72 percenUOnly about 60 per; cent or tne acrenc planned was reported "sown up to November 1, 1 y ff-ti '.;....

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. — 12 November 1919

I) . f , V ' ' , '':'!,''' :. ';!" - ( '. ; ... - I : ; ,.' -'i !' 1 mm p. . -s , . - .'.."",., urn : Im mW i , jv- . . t?) . . .... ' ' ' i 14 ... CINCINNATI'S GREATEST ATOKE; fOUND.EO 1 ? . McCaUPtWrn 3 X Store Houf4 to 5:45 Columbia Graf anolas i... i price Vill ctart Idlliiig r eciriie Itfcoh usual account railroad conditibno This Is Cincinnati ii ! u Giet w .'Ml I : DOMINATING Store . 'A XR over forty-two years this store has stood for EVERY THING that Tcoritribiites :'to the best ' in rarest nf the. :' " ' DubllG. . We .numher Our, reomlar ntjfftmprs from wid areas -in FOUR : OTAT'-iVstomers who never come to Cincinnati without visiting MableyV " . : " ! : i -r-Wc ' enjoy this reputation because -for t years .wc :: ..; have , catered particularly fo:! the ; outf-town; trade.': ''... This Is a Store ; f org AL L t&e Family- v' '-Every member of. tli.q fatnily can be'COM ' V' PLETELY outfitted hcrer-and to the best advantage. '.' ' -We specialize on STYLE'jiri;everything to ...

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. — 13 November 1919

-a Established 1 865 53d Year -No. 295 " Richmond. Madison County Kentucky, Thursday Afternoon, November, 13; 1919 Single Copy 5 Cent V j i i I- I I i ACOTIXIi BLOW AT ! " 7A0 TII.'E DRY LAV Vizxl Judge' Evan At Louis- XTu'.a, Hold. Distillers May Dispose of Floor Stock :V; 4 (By Aisoclatod' trait) t ., , u Louisville, Ky.,. Nov. 13 Judge '' Walter Evans,' in federal District QUrt, today in an effort for; the ' Mftond timeUo hold war time pro hibition unconstitutional, sustain ed an attack upon, the Volstead enforcement act and granted an injunction'restraining Kentucky federal authorities from interfer ing with the sale by two Louis ville ' distillers of whisky ' floor stocks. The government imme diately took an appeal to the Fe ,'"'erali Circuit Court at Cincinnati ' and announced its intention of .asking for supersedeasto stay the ' operation of the injunction In inNil the way is open, it is said, fof-Jv'right and Layter and Ijrown and Forman, the plaintiffs In the action to disp...

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. — 13 November 1919

the Richmond Dy fcr CxLuoad, trW,,.;; ' , Bursty Af tgmoca, Uoxzzz 1 3,19 19 ,(iv J- mm T Iran n? Piriinin? ' We have employed ,Mr. T. 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 arid is a man noted for his honest service. He i knows that your 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 shopi before, and we know that we make no mistake when guarantee his work , to give entire satisfac- ..tion. . i-' ,, :- The only way for you to be convinced is to give us a 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 and 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. — 13 November 1919

Ti:Z SUGAR SCu.iTAGE Brisht eyi, a dear atdn and a body fuH of youth and health may be youra if you will keep your system c In order by. regularly faking . '' ecBttam. The world ' standard remedy for kidney, Mvar, bladder and arie add troubles, the anemia of liio and took. In sine 1000. AO dtugftata, thr : v ' fUkialbMMCdllUUNtnnp I Wisconsin Coming To Front r At Potato Growing State Milwauke, Wis., Nov. 12. Potatoes from 25 counties in Wisconsin will hv placed on exhibition during the convention of the Wisconsin Potato Growers' association at the . Mil waukee auditorium . December r 8-13, There will also be exhibit by the states department of Agriculture. During the convention addresses will , be given by some of the foremost authorities in the county. "This will undoubtedly be the larg est exhibition of standard seed and ' anJAle potato stock ever presented in I J state," said J- G. Milward, secrrtary of association. .. "Ex hibtion space in being rapidly con tracted for and demons...

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. — 13 November 1919

Die Richmond Daily Register Richmond, Matfoca Ccntv; Thursday Afternoon, Kovcsrlcr 13, 1919 Richmond Daily Register k " Entered at toe noatofflca la Richmond a aeoend class oa.ll aBACler uuder Act r Oona-reae of 1176. ' Subscriptions ax strictly oaah-ln-ad-nice to all and paper will to stopped -oaapUjr whan subscription bM aac- -vatac ro olred. t, The Newspapers' .Serious Situation v The newspaper . of this "country have been giving the public a great deal, of information about the sugar shortage, coal shortage, ' and short ages in many otner supplies but have been saying nothing of their own troubles'. " ' . , v ..' . A great anxiety exists, however, among publishers great and small, about the famine in news print, and the rapidly mounting price of this commodity- Now the International Paper company, which suppplics more than 65 per cent of all the news print used in the United States, has notified a large number of its cus tomers that it cannot supply : them any , newsprint Whatev...

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. — 13 November 1919

If 2 J': lf):j.u u n iqio unil I 117, t V A ) t:c:jr cxorn v ,V-' Let "Dandcrine" save your. ' bair and dou&s. -- its beauty , ; V i : Ob, girls such an abundance of thick, heavy, invigoated Yjfix : a perfect mass of wary, silky . nair, gloriously nutty, bright and jtso easy to manage. v :iusi moisten ' me ciotn witn a - little "Danderine'- and carefully ;..V,draw it through your -hair; taking . one small strand. at. a time; this magically removes all dirt, ex- . cess oil and grease, but your hair ; is not lett brittle, dry, stringy,,or faded, but charmingly soft, with - glossy, golden gleams, and tend- " ; V er light. The youthful ' glints, tints and color' are again in your hair. , "Danderine'is a tonic beauti ,; fier. Besides doubling the beau . ,ty of the hair at once, it checks dandruff and stops falling hair. . . Get delightful Danderine for a few cents at any drug or toilet counter and use it as a dressing . ; and invigorator as told on bottle. A r SOCIAL AND PERSONAL- 1 ...

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. — 13 November 1919

nn: J 1 HIGHEST PRICE GETS THE CREAM We will pay you as high as the highest price ii ; Richmond for your CREAM all the time and higher when the market will stand it and will give you honest weight and test all the lime. We will also pay you the top of the marketfor your -POULTRY AND EGGS ALL THETOIE- '4 WeieomeFour Creamery FoBow the Blue Cans th the Yellow Tops Across street trom Zar- MiH. . ;: V',;. -;:fV;.' "'Vv" wii ing XM A3 SEALS SALES ; Ai R. Bumam in Charge Of 8th ,; : Pktrfct In Campaign y KENTUCKY CREAMERIES Owned and Operated by Armour & Company RICHMOND, KENTUCKY . Under New Management flPlllill Wednesday, Nov. : 19 1 '; , '''.t' at 10 o'clock' V V, 70 Acres Garrard County j Sandstone Land ; known as J. A.' Cotton land where R. Baker now owns. :: r Fine tobacco hold 8 acres of tobacco. 20 acres. Be on hand. Good terms. land and new tobacco barn that will Sold in baby farms of 5 to P. W. Wells & R. C Schooler urn ft v :! -U J- alsh Tailoring: Go , 7:.- Sf All patt...

Publication Title: Richmond Daily Register
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