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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond daily register. — 13 November 1919

1M E-zljJLbT 'ifL ..CcnJ, CL Thursday Afternoon; November 13, (919 v - ' ' a- : O 7m r When you you Know i are sure -buy - I r i ts of nnce an its quaiixy. PostumS not Market fluctuations do inf luehce ii , and there s a standard in flavor that do es There are additional rea sons why so many coffee drinkers are changing io "There's & I?easbn Made by th POSTUM CEREAL CO. Battle Creek. Michigan. -f..-,h Miss Carrie Hysinger h&s returned to her , home at Mt. Vernon after ' a week's visit to her sister, Mrs. G- W. Rogers ! .Yy, , v. .;. - The Danville J Messenger says, "Mrs. Howard Neale' Thompson, of Louisville is visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Geortre F. Anderson. ; The annual all-day meeting of the State f ederations of woman s Clubs of the Eighth District, will be held in Nicholasville at tho ; -Presbyterian church Friday November 14th. -.--- Miss Jessie Jenks and Miss Hooker have returned to -their home in In diana, having conducted a four weeks Evangelistic meeting at ...

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. — 13 November 1919

fhe Richmond Uaily Register i vie. .... J, Mu-.i v ' li.-. - i J V.!;' 84 '.'. 1. Ti THE UNIVERSAL CAR The Ford Coupe, with an electric self-star tiriir .vy'v bereft. the. ord. family.; It isaperma- ; ?i U Gently endosedTcar;-with sliding plate glass T'. trindowsan open car 'with plenty of shade. - Then in inclement weather, enclosed and cozy, f , ; - dust-proof; and rain-proof. Just the car for ' traveling salesmen, physicians, architects, con- tractors, buildersand a regular family car for. ,., .two. Demontqil&le rirqs with 3j4nch.tires aF.; .wl around.,w To womeAJt brings the convenienccv,, ir 'Varfd 'Comforts of the electric with rh Hiit-nkilifir . ' ; ' an4 economy of thd Ford car. Eafly ordcliwill . . MADISON GARAGE V ) ? incorporated ' . -.. Richmond, Ky. ., , ,-f , 'IV DODDVILLE Mrs, Emma Garnett and son, Robt. spent the week-end with her mother) Mrs. Emma Garrett and son, Robt, spent the week-end with her father .and mother of Brassfield. . Mr. Nick Tharp and family of ...

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. — 14 November 1919

1 r L :Afisrr. J -Ul! I- .1- i1 0 f .NTs yisrri;;s i;u?z IN EVERY COpNTY ;. visiting '-. iulrse V, ins every aty of Kentucky -and a dis Isary underthtj direction 'of the tst physfcians obtainable, .be s traveling clinics to go from nty to county " where , needed the fight, against tuberculosis fVlJk 0 40 QtA. i-K? J30 0 fYOLfiXmA ich JDr, J. S. Lock, 1 executive retary of the Kentucky Tuber osis Association, is bending his jtties and which the money J? the" sale -of Red '.Cross fitmas Seals. wU make possi if enough of the seals are sold ween December 1,- wen they placed on sale, and December, when the drive for the.-sale j the . Red , Cross V Christmas Jals in Kentucky ' will be com- lttA. -.-y,:-s ' Visiting rturses are ' badly KUCU.11UW 111 SUII1C OI IHC WUHT T where there are cany cases tuberculosis, large, .number,, of ritch could be cured if given oper attention, to say nothing 1 the prevention of the develop ent of, other . cases through oper care of the patients which le "vis...

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. — 14 November 1919

r , UOl, V in.' 'i . ! 1 vi -W i YOUR CATARRH MAY. X,M -LSAD TG CONSUMPTION Dangerous to' Use Treatment , :uest5c for Only Temporary Relief. ! - There is a more serious fiac of. fatarrb than( the annoyance caus ed by )he stopped-up air passages, and other distasteful features. , The real danger comes from the tendency of tlie disease to Continue its course downward until ' the Jungs become afreet eJ, , and then dreaded connmpuoa is pa your path; Your Own experience has taught you that the disease can not be cored by sprays, inhalers, atomizers, jellies and other local ' applications.. '.' ,. ,; - . S. S. S. has proven a most Satis factory remetiy for Catarrh be-. cause it goes direct to its source. Get a bottle today, begin the only logical treatment that gives real results. For free medical advice write Medical Director, 47 Swift Laboratory Atlanta, Ga, I. M. SAUFLUli Baiter mm PmrirtH D:mLmaJ fi.iL bJLbL?w ilomicaI and commercial value of Richmond Daily Register , Ag that are as n...

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. — 14 November 1919

n ' . rv n :;.V' . -a ft J 3 t- Two ladies admitted on one ticket . ,.r : x plus, war tax , O ". : . A--; . accompanied, 'bjr a gentleman.V PRICES 25c, 50c . $AR TAX INCLUDED L...T.:-..; .'V ! , " 0ad Tonight srx o If i- :- - Happy Mother is certainly to be Congratulated AlOIlIEr&RuEND Preserved' her' strength and made motherhood easier. Used cxumaMy. ' . At aU Druggfsttl Spactol Bookkt oo Motherhood ami Baby fat, ' BradfaM BuiUtocCo. Dpt.F-17.AUuua.Oft. ' SOCIAL AND PERSONAL The Piano Club met with Miss Mary Arnold Monday afternoon, "at her home on High street. Those who took part .were: r Misses Margaret Greenleaf, Margaret Green, Mary Mae Ncale, Sudie MaylWarren, Lynn ' Evans and Mary Arnold. Elmer K ' Douglas from the . Chromatic, Club also contributed a number. The other - trucsts' included Misses Davis and Elizabeth Smoot. This is the young est. of the seven music clubs in' Rich v mond tand represents in embryo the future pianists of bur musical i cir cles. - J- Maupin -Ca...

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. — 14 November 1919

The Richmond Dffffi II rr nor in imp II ILLIX IlLnlllllD A THE HOT BLAST AIR-TIG ', For Soft Coal, Slack, Coke, Hard Coal or Wood. v j No Smoke! NoSoott No Dirt! V . O Eveything Is Consumed : ' , The original and only absolute smoke consuming stove on the earth.":"''';;....,;,;; . ''?-. '' The greatest hAter and most economical stove ever in vented. r ?,A A.,: A'A A"! The "oJny fruitless leg bottom and, base with full radiation that has ever been made. ' --:-:- The only perfect floor heater on the market. It will produce perfect combustion and effect a marked saving in the cost of fueL A ; v . "' ;T. ;, The 'only stove that will do what is claimed for it The fire pot is guaranteed against fire cracks for, five years.; DOUGLAS & SIMMONS A -Second Street Hardware Phone Telephone Unpreparedness 1 i1' "Wait a minute; Central, I'll get ithe number." 'That means delay ; which, when it occurs often, will slow j up the whole service. . ; , , ' A "' '"' :,' '"' p i To avoid such delays, ...

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. — 14 November 1919

f rVf.-r - , '..; .-v Frfy Aftirr.cc3, Ikvbcr 1 4. 1919 - i' Cc'-nty; 1. Li; .3 g:3t c.i mm ' '(Paris Kentuckian ; Citizen V ' . I ." A fair-sized r audience'Vji- i bled at the. ; Methodist : chiirth Monday 'evening to hear Dean Raymond,! Prof., Penriiman - ami : Mrs, Ernberg, representatives from Berea College. Many were prevented from -attending the exercises on accoiint of the stprmy. weather conditions, 'But those, who were privileged to" be present enjoyed (the presentation of the subject and left with a higher conception, of the educa tional facilities afforded by' this institution,, and afso a more defi- ' nite idea of the needs of the peo ple of the(i mountain section ' of Kentucky, i According to Dean Raymond there are 3,000,000 peo- . pie in the Appalachian mountains in need J of educational advan tages, and the subject in train- ing and developing the youth of that region, is not so much to enable them to go out Into the world to make a name and fame for themselves, as to...

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. — 14 November 1919

i : f fhe Richmond Daily Register Richmond. Madison County. Frjday-Afternoon, November 14, 1919 j MADISON FOX HOUNDS BRING FANCY PRICES i,V-' n n r:) v-7 f, . .' f 0 o ' ' 3- ; JVitfS Cr -s4v J' ?:'! The Moore's Air -Tight When the temperature drops to zero and wind, a howling gale outside, a the Moore's Air Tight Heater brings comfort and convenience to more than a million homes. Its a furnace in the parlor and warms and circulates all the air in several rooms. Combines orn ament, comfort and convenience with a big saving in fuel bihV !, Get yours now and share the experience of more than a million homes. N N ;'uv- -r W. F. Higgins n Furniture, Carpets, Opposite Hotel Glyndon, Richmond Ky. On Tuesday, f: v at 10 o'clock a; m. on the premises;' : , ; 1 will offeij for sale to the highest bidder" me farm of Mr. J. Iteid Cornelisdn, Containing About 40 and located about one mile Tiis farm is one-half mile of the WacqHfgb School, one of the best educational institutions 'of Madison cou...

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. — 15 November 1919

v MISTER Established 1 865 53d Year No. 297 Richmond. Madison County Kentucky, Saturday Afternoon, November 15, 1919 Single Copy 5 Centi f- fll ) : CLOTURE RULE TO SPEED UP TREATY Means Final Action May Come ' - ' ' On Document In Senate . Early Next Week " (By Associated Press) - Washington, Nov. 15 Republi cans and Democrats joined today to shut off debate on the peace I treaty and put into effect for the ' first time in the history of the American Congress a cloture rule which will limit each Senator to one' hour hereafter and probably bring action early next week. ' TTie cloture stand,' under a rul , ingf of Vice, President Marshall, ' which the Senate accepted, is ef fective until the treaty is ratified, ' sent back to the Foreign Rela .tions Committee or until Presi dent Wilson declares he will not ' consent to the , reservations at - tached to it. The cloture immediately speed ed up the reservation program and . resulted in the adoption of a reservation declaring the' United ...

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. — 15 November 1919

m V iff 1 Novmbfer; 1 ,5;?'1 9t9; J nl RctAr "l"V 'T'"wd!MI8 Mary Richmond Uaily Register - .shoPMr8 in4w-gu Entered t ta yoataSle in IMcnmond t vn4 olM mall natter usder Act uMcrtptiona re atrtotly o-d-vaace o Ul and paper will tovv'1 ronpUr rb iubcrltla ; SOCIAL AND PERSONAL Cotillion Club Dance Nov. 28th The ,, Richmond .Cotillion .Club,' are making extensive plans, for a dance at'-the (Masonic Temple, on the, even ing of Nov. 28th, " which prom ises to b? a very delightful affair. A nuni ' ber of invitations have been mailed to friends out of town ' and quite . a number of visitors are expected. Mrs. JL-A. McClintock and children . .left Wednesday for a visit-to ; rel atives-in Paris.' Mr. and Mrs. J Gideon Taylor have returned from a visit to their daugh- .. ter, Mr J. R.White in Irvine. Friday. . . ' Mrs- Ida Curtis and daughter, Miss Virginia, .Booneville,-. are guests ot Miss Lucy. Brandenburg. Miss'Mossie Allman is the guest of her sister; ' Mrs- Conley Congleton, in Fayett...

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. — 15 November 1919

-, "the Richmond Daily Reter' Richmond, Madison County Saturday Afternoon, November 1 4',i KM9-V V V" - : v .. ; SOCIAL AND PERSON L 'Mn. Jennings Entcrtaina in Jacksonville. , The following clipping: from the Jacksonville Folorida Metropolis will be read with interest by mends here, It says: Lieut Col. and Mrs. M. Pearson were honored at a beautiful dinner party last evening, when Mr- and Mrs. Frank E. Jennings entertained at their home. 1807 Oak street Covers were laid for . twelve, the tables being decorated with- a bower of yellow loveliness. CoL and Mrs. Pearson have just arrived from' France, where the former was a member of the staff of the Third division and before his de parture was assistant adjutant gen eral of the A. E. F. 'Mrs. Pearson is one of the most charming of the many French brides brought bacK to America, and being delightfully entertained during her stay here. Mr. and Mrs- Jennings invited the 1 following last evening. Col. and Mrs. Pearson. Mr. and Mrs. W. K. ...

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. — 15 November 1919

hi I he Kwtiiaojia baity Resist .rracHson Count v.S .;-uiy Af:cn:ci:v ' 1 51919. 1 i& A, V V.v 4 .J '. - i . mm "II - --r-y. v-V.'.;-: mm HealthieHIStockJQmclier Gr . - GUARANTEED WITH V : Careyized StdckTorac Brick Or Block V Composed of eight different vegetable d mineral salts, . wiiicfa all animals need.':. y-' ' ."'!- , 3-lb. bricks for stall or pen feeding. 50-lb. blocks for range .. or pasture feeding. ' yy : . - . : ' 1 ' '? " " ' That's a strong guarantee we are offering you, but it's back ed up by the experience of thousands of stock feeders--many of them right in this neighborhood who are enthusiastic : about Carey-ized Stock Tonic v , S; They all agree that this tonkas a safe economical insur jaioe against live stock losses. Does away , with dosing and drenching---enables' animals to dose themselves according to their own instincts which nature has given them as a sure .guide.'' ' ' ' 'f""i, '. i 1 -' - 'V N -" - Just place it where your hogs, sheep, cattle or horses...

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 November 1919

f - . ' 1 lhe Richmond "'Daily Kegistcr, Kichmond Madison County, Ky., Monday Afternoon, November 171919 . by I 40 I "a li A V at 10 o'clook . anostone Lana LI . i i Kno' wn as I. A. Lotton land owns. . r Fine tobacco -hold 8 acres of tobacco. 20 acres. - Be on hand. - Good terms. . -PUBLIC SALE Thursday, Nov. 20,' 10 o'clock a. m. .,'. On premises J i mile from Forest 'near Jack's"' Crock rilw, I will ififill at public auction. - , Stock, farm implements, house ' :. boId,nnd kjtchen furniture. .'-. 1. sorrel horse, 6 years old,; safe v' -iver- . " .. : " :' . .. ' 1 bay draft horse 12 years old. 1 good , milk cow. . ; 'i 1 .'.';! buO calf 6 months old," a good . . one. : ,. : 1 1 '' 5 Wogs-weight about 140 poundn. V. ; 1 sow and. 9 pigs. 0 : ' . ; .75 shocks of "corn and fodder. , 5 shoclcs or cane. .'..Duggy and' backboard. . sets harness. ' : ; ' .' sets of plow gear. i ' ' ' "t check lines. h : Sign A''Sbeciai.- OpdofI Payments Arranged To Installment plan in terest IS CHARGED A...

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 November 1919

u . v v- 3 r.iJ.jnonJ.DaiWJRegistert Richmond Madison County, Ky.; Monday Af terpoori, NoveCTber 1 7;, tl 91 9 m-maEgaaaiat eg arasa m err: A o v v - W ' "Y 8; O O g o o o o p o o o o ,0 o o o o o o J r s 8 o 8 0 8 i 1 o 8 1 P.- 8: O g t&:-Mv$:: Property e day this wave of extravagance ahcllH. C. L. willlbreak. eywill then be tight and -its purchasing value double; Uar sayed now will then be worth .two. . ' . "i .: ' i Ik r. V 7 77 Idle Money Is Lost Money '.Put Your Dollars Where They Will Be SAFE And At Ihe:Same Time Do Work By EARNING INTEREST Utilities Coiti A amy (Incorporated) Offer You An Opportunity To Make Just Such An Investment 7 And By So Doing Become One Of The Pwners Of A Company Vital Importance To Your City ONE SHARE OF THIS PREFERRED STOCK Costs Only $85 and Accrued Dividend $10 Down and $7.50 per Month for 10 Months Dividends Payable At The Rate Of $6.00 Per Annum On Par Value Of $100 Giving You 7 Per Cent Interest On Your Investment Write Or Call At Our Office...

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 November 1919

The Richmond Daily Register, Richmond Madison County, Ky., Monday Afternoon, November 17, 1919 tkp THIS PROGRAM KEEP THIS PROGRAM KEEP THIS PROGRAM KEEP THIS PROGRAM KEEP THIS PROGRAM KEEP THIS PROGRAM KEER THIS PROGRAM Program for Aiham bra and Opera House, Week of Wovembey 17tlT 4 f Vi'i tr r r FRIDAY ALHAMBRA MONDAY Alhambra And Opera House TUESDAY Wm. FOX Presents "THE ROSE OF THE WEST "The Dentist," a 2 reel Sennett comedy. Pathe News Weekly. ALHAMBRA WEDNESDAY Matinee And Night MONROE SALISBURY in "THE SLEEPING LION" 6 Parts Pathe News Weekly and "A Lion In The House," a 2 reel wild ani mal comedy. Thursday 10 reels S Stars Alhambra And Opera House Jack Pickford and Louise Huff in "GREAT EXPECTATIONS" Blanche Sweet, Mildred Harris House Peters in "WARNERS OF VIRGINIA 10 Reels S Stars Look! Alhambra. And Opera House "The World And Its Woman ) ; ' ( Matinee And Night ; . BERT LYTELL' : in "UNEXPECTED PLACES" "Smashing: Barrier" No. 3. HaroIdLloyd comedy. ' ... ; . - Saturday's p...

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. — 17 November 1919

ft Social tad Persons! The Richmond Daily Register, Richmond Madison County, Ky., Monday Afternoon, November 17. 1919 The following handsomely engrav ' eu announcements hare been received by relatives here: ".-. r Mr. and Mrs.' L, J .Watson nounce the marriage of their daughter . .,. Fattier v' tj :' V -v-tv Mr John Embrjr , Griggs on ; Wednesday, Notember. the twelfth nineteen hundred and, nineteen v Wilson, North. Carolina, : The groom, is i the son, of Mr, and Mrs. W. T. Griggs 'and a host' of relatives and friends, who extend heartiest congratulations, r ', . Pretty Shower for BrMe ., ' ' . . ' ; . v . Mrs. Horace . Davis .and Miss Ella Shropshire were hostesses at a pretty recipe shower for Miss Datey Moore Torter, bride elect, this' afternoon at Mrs- Davis home on ' the .Frankfort) - viiVa ' Tha MAIMa M ItAsnflftil atthi chrysanthemums in the party colors of pink and white, and a salad course with oysters was served. Each guest brought her favorite recipe, which was written li...

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. — 17 November 1919

33ie Richmond .Daily.Ke2i9ter, Richmond Madisorf County, ?Ky Monday Afternoon, November 17, .19 1 9 3 Hi i ' i I r. v rill OIIEBfi 'Take Ora Tablets Jf-tvyiue i-!jpatite poor j iheldj, iyc!ur tnoMth--ft so-good ikeliss jtou should U e . 'e Tablr. ' l)riAraKU,)U!,veTi'j3t--a tub V -e tor abrit-ryt prepared by v id i J 17 rf study. Dr larde't?eTT , iteaRapureiv rerst "Tcompqur. "it. (iwtliouveoil. ' Vi -nowtbMiby( wrolive color. f'Tc' . eaclear.rinliv. in, bright eyes. rr a fw-? of .buoyancy like Way8yvBt"etatthecuse. L. Owarda' tiw laUteta act on f b l Tnd bnJ80akinJ yet i V"iai'nota. .. 'C," t . ..e stirt overcome con s'.., . lw.uons of boxes are sold onuaity at 10c and 25c. Take one or IwifonishUy-aadnotetbepkaang results. ' N Tim r SadMU. ' ; Away 4tt taltaeal t She often raps t Wjr floor, nd Vfell I try not to be tiie, I Jwys pretend to be' very busy, Juat Ittfat .word o' recondition br jr ' eoromoa jwlltenese 1 Tnen ' you , an'do It quickly, lad, an' alte will paaa on. Exchange....

Publication Title: Richmond Daily Register
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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