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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond daily register. — 21 November 1919

I The Richmond Daily Register, Richmond Madison County, Friday Afternoon, November1 2 1 , 1919 Page T.r: , '"' J If V II K j i r i Aif . 1,1 mm A : I ; I Ji IN CJ tit INSTANT n U POSTUM A Bevnjuii l4t INtHlllWtMW "l has taken the place of ; ; coffee in many homes ; Convenient i Economical Satis: ying Made instantly Sold by; Grocers. SOCIAL AND PERSONAL Ilvautiful Wedding of Wednesday The marriage of Miss Dazey Moore Poitor to Captain Thomas Bullitt McCoun, of Mt. Sterling and Frank fort, was solemnized - on Wednesday afternoon at 5 o'clock at the home of the bride's father, Mr, Wra. Joseph Tortcr in Lexington, Rev. I. J. Spfin cer officiating.. " ' " The wedding music was playod by Mr. Sidney Freomahj violinist, Mrs. Mobcrly nt the piano, and Mr. Bryson with violoncello. ' The house was decorated elaborate ly and beautifully with draperies o! Southern similax over all the door ways, windows and chandeliers, palms fern and many white crysanth" in u ins, nn altar being arranged in the...

Publication Title: Richmond Daily Register
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond daily register. — 21 November 1919

i "'V rtnr . i;u ' UiJ W . ML '.man 4trnV V ' - ' 4 1 Page Four. ... ' ' dramatic poem , bij i ' I V STAGED BY ' Alambra and Opera House Tuesday, Nov. 25th PRICES Chinook jargon spoken by the Indian -tribes of the Pacific North west, is a strange medley of pidgeon .English and the languages of sev eral of the Indian tribes. than ksg i vi n g Specials , Dressed turkeys, ducks, hens, spring chickens, rab bits, fish, oysters, celery, cranberries, mince meat, k raisins, spices. di.. r:,,i l- ilia Qnoll UIUV UII1I. 11. n.v. .-i ki. . ( i j 4 : ' ; We are receiving Fresh Fish . V and Oysters daily NEFF'S FISH AND OYSTER HOUSE Phone 431 N IT ow IS i Lf Q Save Xentuaiy Of fer You ': v - 10c, 20c, 35c All the big European nations ex cept England have. spent millions of pounds in improvement of waterways' in the last decade. ("lining Srallnns The Some day this wave of extravagance and H. C. L. will break. Money will then be tight and its purchasing value double. A dollar saved now will then b...

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. — 21 November 1919

The Richmond Daily Register, Richmond Madison' County, Friday Afternoon, November 21,1919 1 WonderruI vigol Mils "iter ; - -T!5iSwo s. ' " 39 Div CaldweUl i -M. J StiU itf His Office DaSy of the founder of Dr. Caldwell's Syrup Pcpaiav ins now use his famous prescription ALLplsicians laiow that good health depends largely upon Jr pippcf digestion and elimination, and that most sickness results fcram. these causes. None knows this better than the "family" doctor, the general practitioner. " Dr. W..I). Caldwell of Mrmlkello. Illinois, wu and a a family doctor. TIm whola human. Lady, flat ony small put of il, was hu practice. More than hall hit "calls" were -on women, childrea and babies. Tbey are the ones most otirrn tick. But their illnesses Were usually of a minor nature cold, (even, liculoches, bilious ness and all iftlicrn required first o thor ough evacuation.: .1 hey were constipated. Dr.CjdJwcllia the course erf 40 yean practice, tor he was graduated tram luil Medical College ba...

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. — 21 November 1919

J t ' Page Six - - ' 1 The Richmond Daily Register, Richmond Madison County, Friday Afternoon, November 21,1919 J I! . ;TH E UNIVERSAL CAR ; III ..'..'The'1 Ford, Sedan'is the favorite family car, I :;.'!.' Illl r - seats five comfortably. While an enclosed cars I i V ' Illl ''.' 'v,'"'1'1 permanent top, it has large windows, and . . I II I !.VA'-' may in ft minuterbc changed to a most delight-. ; I ill ; I III ;:' ful open car ; with always a top protecting I Illl against the sun. ; In inclement weather it is a ' Illl -; closed car, dust-proof, water-proof, cold-proof. I '" Illl Finely upholstered Equipped vith electric ' I Illl , starring and lighting system end 'demountable Illl " rma. w,t 3j5-mc!i tires fror.t and rear. A real ; j r : mi , ; family car. Won't you c6e?n cr.d look r.t it? ' r I --" Ths dc!:.t3 cf the electric ' Illl . ' I I ' cr.r vith tl:e economy of the . I i-ATggSTTy MADISON GARAGE Illl : " I I .;W,v'fe.1?'"-'l'lL '' Incorporated 11 I ..'i-.RichnKy.- . nil CHUR...

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. — 22 November 1919

Established 1 865 52J Year No. 303 Richmond; Madison County, Kentucky, Saturday Afternoon, November 22, 1919 Price Five Cents "K ' ' . V The V. IN JAIL FACING THREE BAD CHARGES Harvey Gibson, Said To Be Oil Stock Saleman From Clinton , , County (n Trouble ' With three charges against him here, preferred by Manager C. C. Kliodus, of the Hotel Glyn don, a young man by the name of Win. 1 1. Gibson, who is said to go by the name of Harvey Gibson and whose home is said to be in Clinton county, is in the Madison county jail. Since being incar cerated here, three other war rants have been sent here to Sheriff -Whitlock by the authori cs at Lexington. " ' The three charges against .Gib son here are seeking to defraud a hotel keener of li is board bill, ob- and giving a "cold check." Gilt son's trial is set for next "Friday. Through his attorney, Eugene Moynahan, of this city, he lias three times obtained a continu ance of the hearing, which will, in the nature of things be but an ex amining...

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. — 22 November 1919

Page Two The Richmond Daily Register, Richmond Madison County, ' Saturday Afternoon, November 22, 1919 T- ': I IT Richmond Daily Register nterest Fo The tales Our Two Days Demonstration Of The Wonderful Eden Electric Washer W31 Be Held Monday and Tuesday The factory representative will show you how easy it is to turn out the family washing. SAVE TIME, LABOR MONEY V Money Brothers ALL KINDS OF HAULING AND ' . Movine Furniture SANDLIN SUPPLY CO, Inc. Soper Block (nov. 21-2m) Phones 653-283 ttjCXXaCaCXXaC 7i I , Just Arrived Another Car Of That Good ' Cremo Dairy Feed When you feed Crenio you are guaranteed more milk or your money back. , , Sold by SEWELL & McKINNEY Phones 16, 223 , :Farm - H ome .Public 60 1-2 Acres Good Land AND A BEAUTIFUL- . 7-Room Brick Home AVe have contracted with Mrs. Susan Stiles to sell her beautiful little farm located 5 1-2 miles froin Shelbyville on the Smithfield pike, at Sale Saturday, Nov. 29, 1:30 P.M. This is onelof the finest little farms in 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. — 22 November 1919

The Richmond Daily Register, Riclimond Madison County, Saturday Afternoon, November 22, 1919 Page Thrcs, Undertaking Phones Day 101 Night 634 ana 744 .'' alWC .' . " ' I ' r I 1 . . Muncy Bros., - l; rni v.) ( -jt:! , A MEN ALUS PIKE Mr. and Mrs. G.'A. Ballurdaro the proud parents of a , baby boy bom Nov. 6. ' . J ' Mr. and Mrs. George Slutlton and family spent the weck-en " with friends at Lexington. . Mrs. Carolina Farris ' returned . t(. licr homo, in Louisville after a sever al weeks visit to. her father, Dr. J..W. . Maupin. , Mr. and Mrs. S. D. James and son. nnd Mi and Mrs. J. R. brown and family were the guests of J. M Campbell and family Sunday. ' Mr. and Mrs. B. F. Brown are homo ojrain after several duys with friomU ut Lexington Mr. C C. Maupin uttended the Na tional Fox Hunt at pub Orchard lux week. ; . , ';'; . ' .- . Mr .and Mrs. N. E. Anderson and children spent the day vth J. K. Urown und family Sunlny. Mrs. Ceo. Shclton has compan;' fiom Lcxinpton this week. Mr. 1. M...

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. — 22 November 1919

ley, Jr.', Mt.,lFred Crumbausrh, Sr., ell $t Georgetown, and Mrs. Beadleyi Silver Tea ' Tho Social Committee, of the First Presbyterian church gave a Silyar Tea in the church ' parlors- Friday evening. - A delightful social hour was enjoyed and about $14 realized for the" new church building fund., v i. t "t - ThanksgJiing Sale now ; on. i Get our prices on Coats, Suits, Dresses. Waist, Underwear and Millinery. l2. SOCIAL AND PERSONAL Delightful Dinner Tarty Mr. and Mr$. Joo Ballew were hosts of a deliriously 'prepared dinner Thursday in honor of Mrs. Mary Macklin and daughter, Miss Florence cf Virginia the house guest of r Mrs. .White Bales. Covers were laid for Mr. and Mrs. T. Black and children Mr. and Mrs. Winston Bales, 'Mr.'and rWATGH" THE BIG 4 tomach-Kidneya'Hoart-Livr Keep the vital organs healthy, by regularly taking the world's stand ard remedy - for ' kidney, liverv bladder and arte acid trouble-" 'v .... . J 1 . GQLDLEDAL Th Natipna! Ramcdy of Holland for centuries nd e...

Publication Title: Richmond Daily Register
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond daily register. — 22 November 1919

The Richmond Daily Register, Richmond Madison County, Saturday Afternoon, November 22, 1919 HEARD ABOUT TOWN V 111 .awiiiMrMi'mi 3 i! i 4 ' fcV -A J u 'S W J n 1 I One o the funrfiest Scenes In one of the greatest successes ever pro duced.' Selwyn Co.'s coijiedy, "Tho Naughty Wife" '-at the Opera House Wcdncsdajh fveninfff November 26. ' v Commissioners Sale b. r. iios vs. ,rx. Flalntilf Dcf. Sontlicrn National Bank etc Pursuant tp judgment . and order of sale entered in the above stylo d.tfcUon, by the Mad ison Circuit Quirt at its October term, 1919jlicjindcrsigned Com missoincr will, expose to public sale to the'blghest and best bid der at thtjiour of 10:30 o'clock on . - Friday, November 28th, 1919 . ' . ... . on the premises, the following described Dronttrtv: A tract if,V?rcel of land in Madison Lcinmty, ly., on the waters of lacks Creek and de scribed astullows: Bounded on the north by the lands of T. IT. Qllins, oiullw cst by the lands of John Crawford", on the south by 'the...

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. — 22 November 1919

Page Six i The Richmond Daily Register, Richmond Madison County, : Saturday Afternoon, November 22, 1919 ill :l 'THE UNIVERSAL CAR III ' ' ie Tori Sedan is the favorite family car, I I III 6e-atS ve comfrtaWy While an enclosed car I I III I ' wt'1 Permancnt t0P it has large whidows, and I III I III I may n a minute be changed to a most delight- I I III I ,-..' ful open car ; with always a top protecting I III I I "p'nst the sun. In inclement weather it is a I I llll ;'osed car, dust-proof, water-proof, cold-proof. I I HI I .. Finely upholstered. Equipped 1 with electric I I mi ;". ' starting and lighting system and demountable I II lllll with-3 -inch tirc3 front and rear. A real I Hill V; family car. Won't you corre in and look at it? -rs4a The delights of the electric 1111 cr.r with the economy of the 11 I I'iMt: MADISON GARAGE I I j 1 Ky- .' . I SILVER CREEK SCHOOL Mir. M. J. Young has moved j to his farm recently bought from R,iN. iuiicneii, . ; i Frank Burnell, of Brownsbii'ir. ...

Publication Title: Richmond Daily Register
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond daily register. — 24 November 1919

(ft: -.' MP. -. A lM(D)li' Established 1865 53d Year-No. 3Q4 Richmond, Madison County, Kentucky, Monday Afternoon, November 24,1 919 Price Five Cents 1L II II 11 'i - yJJAJUJAI I : . mi: f : i jr. ID I V '' O -' a 7 MISSING MAII TURNS UP AT KEY WEST Charles Shrewsbcrry, Evidently Planning Trip To Cuba or ' To Panama f -' Charles Shrcwsberry, who mystcii ouiily disappeared from, his homo on Jhe Taylor's Fork pike several weeks ego, has been located, lie Is at Key West, Florida.,, He 1b preparing to lake ship thcro either for Cuba or , Punama; or maybe, South America, but will hardly make tho long jour liey, for a' 'warrant was wirl to the authorities there by Sheriff P. S. Whitlock, to airc'st the young man and hold him until a local officer can go after him. Shrewsbcrry will be charg ed with deserting his wifo and two in fant children. This in a serious of fense iiv Kentucky, and he will hate to stand triaV upon his return to Ken n Ken- binself U tel- tucky. ' I - The young man , "g...

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. — 24 November 1919

Page Two t 1 The Richmond Daily Register, Richmond Madison' County, Monday Afternoon, November 24, 1919 ; : t r Richmond Daily Register ' . . 1M. SAlPLGi. EdK.r Prre Entered t tne po.tofflc. to RtolimoBd m second clam mall matter und.r Act r CoserMi of 1(76. -' flubaorlptlona are strict!? olh-!-!- ranoa to mil ana paper in d stoppao Itrompuy lieu suuscripnon n i ptrad. ., , . 'Uncle Bill',' Schooler, editor of the 1 Commonwealth at Somerset, is go ing to be fin applicant for State . Printer. ' i'Unclo'Bill" one was con nected with a newspaper in Richmond, and has many friends here. His real friends would advise him to stick to his country, newspaper. The s job at Frankfort only pays $1,G00 a year, and it will cost that much and more to live at Frankfort, to start on, let alone the political assessments, and thousand and one "extra" things that an- office holder there is expected, to "kick in" for. 1 Those jobs at Frank fort are an illusion and a snare, Un cle Bill. We went to ' 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. — 24 November 1919

- " .'l , ".V "'-. , . c j i I - - t 1 : fthe Richmond Daily Register, Richmond Madison County, Monday Afternoon, November 24, 1919 T, Page TCreeV,:; - ke fins program - PROGRAM FOR ALHAMBRA and OPERA" HOUSE. THANKSGIVING WEEK KEEP, THIS PROCRARf THE PRICE WILL BEMATIrf EE 10c, 25c. NIGHT 10c, 20c. 35c FOR THIS WEEK ONLY. A SPECIAL ATTRACTION EACH DAY; INCLUDING ELDERS ORCHESTRA WHICH WILL ( ,. V .. v.' ""irt -it-4 v PLAY AT OPERA HOUSE ALL WEEK. ..MOXDAV, NOV. 24th L''iVIOfcA DANA '." In "Plead GrtTMnrrlrd," T part "Sinnablnit llitrrlrm" , No. 3. .? Harold l,lo)l In lny Your Diirn." ;.'-., I, TCKPDAV, NOV. 2Ktk , ' ; ) Wmii, FOX Prenrats . ntmn Wodairorth Longfellow's' I WEDNESDAY NOV. 2n AMfAMIIHA MATINRE AND NIGHT : Toe world' ; a;rnit myntery play. thh ciiaih" , - Willi CKKItaiTON HALF! T part x It'a pripplnKl It'a nt)llfinnl IVu trnwr- l' wondrrfnll Won't qilaa It. lloxrw l'ntly Arlmckle In "The Ueaert llcro,'r li nil a weekly nlo. "The Nuuiility fi-V at opera honae. . THURSDAY...

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. — 24 November 1919

i' "i1 A' Vf . STAYED atoQME $fW'' .V.1. v timji ; h ; ' Presented by Screen Classics, MET iCo ;j ALHAMBRAAND ; i :; PPERA HOUSE IIIURSD : ;:-r-';'''":'AL$o y ;."..'. ''.:'';-r.-; ,?: ': ' , ' 7 Ghcirlie - ""v"'. 4 : '- in IN -4 : - thapl IShouSaer . ' .; v ., ", ;. fin ' - ' Price's 10c, 20c, 35c IV. S.. Taylor, 0. D. v Graduate of Needles In stitute of Optometry. - Eyes tested and glasses accuratelyp fitted. , We do repair work. .' Office in Dixie Inn Bldg. . Home Phone 700 m :": '-WHEN Ui ' , ' . V LEXINGTON S -f- 'I " TUT Won MINCIIKOIVKTTR iW't patallie In lltn-iiiirt. . . . . a i t . - l . . ..... .W. aMw.....uf.a - hnad ! we (uaraaiec aal- McGURK and 0'BRIAhv SEED WHEAT We have nice recleaned 5r teed wheat Better put in J your order for; the ' .amount you are going t ; to sow before we sell it ' f , - , The - ' - ' .. .. , ... Viola DanX i "Please Get' Married'' Catarrh Is a Real Kequires V ' When vnn use medicated sorays, atomizers and douched for your Catarrh,' you .may suc...

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. — 25 November 1919

Established l865-53d ,Year-Noi 305 Richmond, Madison County, Kentucky, Tuesday , Afternoon, November 25, 1919 Price Five Cents OPERATORS' PROFITS TO BEAR WAGE RAISE Say Attorney General Palmer, If . Report of Size of Profits On Coal Prore True ' (By Asaoclated Froaa) , ..Washington, Nov. 25 Presi dent Wilsons' cabinet was expect ed to reach a decision today on the wage controversy .between the bituminous coal miners and operators that would send the miners back to work. Before en tering the meeting Attorney Gen eral Palmer said if reports of the pcrators profits are true it is un likely Fuel Administrator Gar field will permit an increased coai price. : He intimated that an t a 7 wage advance would nave to come out of the operators' profits The operator and miners spent two hour in conference . today without breaking the deadlock as to wages. BEREA POSTPONED I he National "Conference on Rural Education, scheduled to be conducted at Berea College De ccmber 25th, has been cancelled ow...

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 November 1919

...'-..':. :. . . .,..'( , ' ' ....... I I ' " .' ".. . I....'-..'" ' . Hie Rkhmoncl Daily Register, Richmond Madison County,- Tuesday Afternoon,' November 25, 1 91 9 h iage iwo re li'l IV, ufV' ,il v ill .-' HI .: iui mi llll Mi!- Ii.i llll inn urn Ml ill Ml 'tell ,tnh) i .9)li 1 Hai ofb I- , & Pi! ' Of! 10 . Wf'i 9f! V m XT 2, Ric'hmprtd Daily Register S. M. SAITTLEl. Editor ul Firictf ignored at tne postoftlce In Rlcnttond 'ha second, class mall matter under Act of Cnnuran of 187a. Rub.-rlptlon ar atrlctlr ooah-ta-ad-. vanee to )1 and paper will be (topped sromtitly T.hen subscription haa ; : ptred. "Was He Off Playing Ping Pong? Well, just read , this. .A dispatch from Washington . to the Lexington Herald Sunday said: Captain King "S'.vtipe, tho hew ''congressman from 0t I Eighth". Kentucky district, . made a; record in the 'first session , of con 'gress,' in which he had a seat.. . In vestigation of the records shows that Muring the brief time he has been a -member of .'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 November 1919

Hie Richmond Daily Register, Richmond Madison County,- Tuesday Afternoon, November 25, 1919 Pal ) J H ! Mil M uu t? "-,t my a Diamond Rings $S0 to $3000 V V $enI ttltcHon package to rttpon Hbl ptoph. The right way to buy a diamond is to buy of the house that has a large enough; Stock to give you unrestricted choice 1 in; I ; making your selection. A ' house that ut ' able-i-through large purchases- to give you; the besr price. . Such a house is LEMON : & SON. - - ,i :. Hundreds of People from out in."-. the state buy diamonds from us each yeari.;': They come to us because they have confi-i denCe in us and the diamonds we sell. - .' We have never abused this con- fidence. We have always endeavored to, ' to give our customers the utmost in quantity, ' the utmost in quality the fullest value. -v-'. We invite a comparison of our? diamond values with -those of any othetrV dealer, for by , a ' comparison we are confi-c dent that our quality will be higher and our. prices lower. ' f ''...

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 November 1919

Page F our ' The Richmond Daily Register, Richmond Madison County, " ' Tuesday Afternoon, November 25, 1919 A MESSAGE TO FARMERS In making this your bank, Mr. Farmer,' yon will find that here we have completely dispensed with all "red. tape" or un- due formality. T . I v Our officers and employes try to make every patron who j enters our doors feel absolutely at home. v We are confident that a personal conference will bring out numerous ways in which we can serve you Visit us when next in town. Southern National Bank RICHMOND, KENTUCKY bar,'.. Hocker and Ernesc Harris, Al Cecil Tipton, Kenneth Golden, Jim ami j f Joel Contiy, and E. 15. Risk. j , Minsr Dovio Paike spent Sunday, O with Wsis lkttic Dene and Cuinlccn 1 Q Embree, Mrs. William II. Gentry received a letter from her daughter, Mrs. S. V. Noland, of Iloody, III., that her little baliy bad taken pneumonia after re turning from a visit to relatives in Kentucky. The little thing died on the 17lh. . ' : Quito a number here have ...

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. — 25 November 1919

The Richmond Daily Register, Richmond Madison County, Tuesday Afternoon, November 25, 1 9 1 9 Pa3.Fi. I G c o o o o o o o o o o o o o Our frof it from ;;;:all( 'Sources . j. -. i The American Public docs not believo all it reads. It insists on being shown. ,When Swift & (pbmpany says its profits are only JL a fraction of a cent per pound, rncny believe we are v not telling the whole story that thero arc hidden 0 i profits. ' ' j Here Are The Facts: Our net profit oh our r nt:re business for the year 1918 amounted n only 1.76 cents per dollar cf sales, or less than onehalf cent i or pound, and , ' ' ' ' ' 1. Included profits from hides and a!l other by-products.1 ,! 2. Included profi's from all sundry side-lines. 3. Included profits cn fill subsidiary corporations. 4. To turn up it included the entire profit from ever source of revenue in which Swift & Company h--'S(ny interest I ' There 'are no other profits. 1 Furthermore our accounts have been checked arid certified annual...

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. — 25 November 1919

" u. '. frt . Wr l ft1.'-. . M U . ' t t ;' M K . M tf I '. . It' . ? '. 4 ( S ' ii : . Br it t t M ' r w ; 0 J A S w ' . 4. ' u U . W 4 : 4 t k K ' to v. , i t ji 1 Page Six The Richrfiond Daily RegisteiRichmoncI, Madison County, Tuesday Afternoon, November 25, 1919 THE PATCETIC . OF EVAmSELImE Here is the story of Longfellow's . immortal "Evangeline'? cortiirig Ttert ' in pictures today: .. , t. The tale of ''Evangeline', Henry . Wadsworth Lorigf ellaW's imfhortal poem, was told ly : ft" f&ihtir1 to'nis daughter and her fiance when they . were on the brink tit a loveif s quaVrei. The story ran as follows: , - The little village of GraM-Tn lay in the fruitful tfalteyi'Jfl' Acaflte, JuStne ; of the happy, t It was indeed a .peace . ful settlement, peopled'.; by farmer folk and located aniid'Tleatltiful su , rotfndings. . -ftertcdict 'Bdllefdirtahie was the v Wealthiest farmer of Grand-Pre. With him, directing his household, gentle IiNaigCHne lrvefl, Wis child Ani the pride Of th...

Publication Title: Richmond Daily Register
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