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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond daily register. — 1 February 1919

papei. felKffDa3y Register, Richmond , Madison County, Ky., Saturday Afternoon. February 1. iVi" ANTI-SALOON LEAGUE SOLICITING AT UNION Correspondent Wants To Know What Becomes of Money and What Can didates It Is Supporting just now being gathered for this side line of Kentucky politics? What be came of the money you donated ? their campaign funds for last year? I will tell you what became of it: The republican bosses of the Anti-Saloon League dumped it into Bran fir's con tribution box and lika all the f conservative intelligence of the state, you went to the polls and voted" for Stanley. We wish also, to call youx attention to the fact that the ring leaders of this most commendable political" organization are very at tentively opposing Judge Black .for governor, and will, of course, use any any conceivable means to defeat both Union City, Feb. 1. , Mr II. II. Mashburn, assistant su-1-eriniendc-nt of the Kentucky Anti Saloon .League, has been here solicit in? contributions for his ...

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. — 3 February 1919

THE WEATHER Rain tonight; colder extreme west portion; Tuesday fair except rain or enow extreme north portion; colder. ' TEB, Established 1865 53d Yeai No. 54 Richmond, Madison County, Kentucky, Monday Afternoon , February 3, 1919 Single Copy Five O MUEL BLACK ! DIES AT HOME HERE Collision Narrowly Averted Hines Against Federal FIRST DOG LAW CASE Madison House Gives 'Em HUGE SINKING FUND , At Nicholasrille Junction Two L. ft N. and Q. ft C passenger UP IN McCREARY COUNTY AD a Price To Shoot At TO PAY WAR HERTS thcr of Kentucky's Lieutenant kvernor, Prosperous and Respect ' ed Farmer Goes To Reward Mr. Samuel Black, one of Madison nuntv's beet known and most sub stantial farmers, died at his home in Richmond Saturday night, after fail in health for several months. He 1 r us 88 years of age. About five years ago he moved to p ,-hmond from Red House, where he had been actively engaged in farming for a number of years. He bad ac cumulated cruite a competence, and stood high in the commu...

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. — 3 February 1919

'e Dafly Regis' Kichmona. Madison County Kentucky Monday Afternoon, February 3, 1919 ! ii ' r I i - if j I is I.: : i. ' ' i , i HI "J t 1 t : 7 -.M J : i 'A; . t f T m. i; r i ! i ii M -i ' s r ? mi i 1 Si f it: Richmond Daily Register & M. Saufiey, Editor & Proprietor Entered at the postoffiee at Richmond Ky., as second class mail matter un der Act of ongress of 1875. In City, by carrier, per week. .10c By mail, out of town, per year .$3.00 Let's Keep It Going. The members of the Chamber of Commerce have been called to meet the court house tomorrow night to discuss important business. The ques tion of maintaining- this most useful organization will probably be discuss ed. Interest has seemed to lag in th Cham ho r of Commerce work for sev eral months. Now that the war is over, and business prospects and pos sibilities are opening up as never be fore, Richmond needs such a body of live, active business' men. There is absolutely no limit to the good that such an organization...

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. — 3 February 1919

Hie Daily Register, Richmond, MadEsoa County. KyJ.tsnday Afternoon, February 3. 1919 ALHAMBRA Open 2 te 5:30 Pt M. Opera House Opea T to 10:39 P. M. -r:o:3AY- TUESDAY role. In one minute he is a famous Metropolitan tenor, at the next he is a. poor sculptor. Caruso is as great an actor as he is a singer, brim full of vitality, infectiously happy. See him in My Cousin. A Hearst Weekly and Charles Murray, in "Whose Little Wife Are You?" -WEDNESDAY-Clara Kimball Young in "THE SAVAGE-WOMAN" Thrilling feats of the Royal Flying Corps, and a Lions and Morgan com edy. Doughs Fairbanks ia "ARIZONA" An Artcraft Picture . Carol ITolloway and Antonio Moreno in THE IRON TEST, No. 6 and a Bray Pictograph. The World Famous Opera Singer, Enrico Caruso in An Artcraft picture. In this his first picture Saruso takes a doable UdnUssion 20 cents War Tax included PHONG 28 Keep this Phone Number la TOUT mind. SERVICE QUALITY la COAL AND FEED Social and Pcrscsal Calendar. Tuesday at 2 o'clock. War Mothers o...

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. — 3 February 1919

The Daily Register, Richmond, Madison County, Ky.J.!onday Afternoon, February 3, 1919 Mil i. i I i ! - 1 t i f I I HV ' ':.;! J; ; !? .tf ; it -i j " 1 Heard Abcut Town The case of Jenkins against Dawea involving one of the best farms in Garrard county, and which has been in the courts for a number of years, has finally been closed, the Court of Ap peals having affirmed the decisions of the lower courts in favor of Dawes the defendant The Jenkins heiri were represented by Judge L. L. Wal ker, while J. E. Robinson espoused the cause of the defendants. Lancas ter Record. Swinebroad, the "Sale Wizard,1 has another big sale to his credit. when he sold last week, 180 acres of what is known as the Cart Robinson farm to John Hicks, at $212.50 per acre. Lancaster Record. Silas J. Esaix, Jr- of Lyons, was fatallv in hired when he fell from a freight he wan breaking on at London. Mayfield's Orion Fannie brought $850 at the Doroc sale at Lexington. 57 Duroe sows sold at an average of $215. Ter...

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. — 4 February 1919

If THE WEATHER Fair and much colder tonight; Wed q nesday fair. Established 1865 53d Year No. 55 Richmond. Madison County, Kentucky, Tuesday Afternoon, February 4, 1919 Single Copy Five C c: )CAL oil ma TO J DRILL IN LINCOLN I J. Diamond, of Domestic Oil & Re nin,! Co., Leases S50-Acres Farm rrom S. IL Baughman j.jco'.n county is enjoying a real v.,m as a result of the striking of v., -Us about three miles south of voT'l just off the Somerset pike. r. suit of the showing that naa r-'.ade. President T. J. Diamond, rtnnwcti Oil and Refinine Co., A- v ;.h headquarters in Richmond, late lt week, leased 350 acres of the of S. II. Baughman, about a mile uth of Stanford, and which is pmc ioal'y adjoining the territory where t-.' strikes have already been made. V: friughman has been here several with relatives and he signed a ; to the local oil concern, with the u-: '-r-tanding that a rig is to be ship . ...i t ri nt once, and a thorough tost , f Lis farm made. He had previously t-u.sfd...

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. — 4 February 1919

1 ; in r ? . f . li 2. ., hi -! ! .V j t IYV In i!l - 1 1 S It f f J i ; ! it: V me Daily Regis! Richmond. Madison County Kentucky Tuesday Afternoon February 4, 1919 W. ED. OMIRiisiinrn & (Cod9. CSSSSSS3 1 Sale begins Tuesday, Feb'y. 44 h, closes Tuesday, Feb'y 184h MP w Let us bring home to you the ''REASON WHY" of this Sale. Your coal bill, for instance, will tell you. Also the thermometer. The weather has been so warm that winter goods have not been needed, so we need to sell a lot of winter goods. That's clear isn't it? And you know we hayen't had a bit of winter and you know that winter goods will be a necessity during January, Februray and March. Wouldn't be surprised about April, either. But the BIG IDEA is winter goods at such BIG REDUCTOINS as you will see when you attend our BIG LOOM END SALE. Announcing this sale is no surprise. It would be a disappointment if we did not, as hundreds upon hundreds of people are waiting anxiously for it This annual erent has been occur...

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. — 4 February 1919

Hie DaJy Register, Richmond, Madison Cousty. Ky.,Tugsday Aftemosa. February 4. 1919 ADIhiainrDlbra vpcn z to 5o Pi H. nM 7 1 ifitxa ir ; . . Admission 20 cents War Tax included - - THURSDAY JACK PICKFORD uSS&tiSfo In "SEVENTEEN" 2 reel Big V. Comedy and CURRENT EVENTS WEEKLY WEDNESDAY CLARA KIMBALL YOUNG in 'Tils SAVAGE WOMAN" A select production. Also the official War films "FIGHTING FOR FREEDOM" episode No. 4 "Daring Feats of the Royal Flying Corps" and EDDIE LYONS and LEE MORAN in THE VAMP CURE" -a rip-roaring comedy you'll enjoy perajiHouse AS FXrar" EM RICO CARUSO in "MY COUSIN 99 CH AS. MURRAY in "Whose t Liitle Wife Are You?" And a Hearst Weeklv ksfa NOT HOW CHEAP BUT HOW GOOD FOR SERVICE and QUALITY IN COAL and FEED F. H. GORDON PHONE 28 Social and Parses! Elepant Dinner. Mrs. Walter Q. Part: was hostess to a lovely dinner party at her handsome nw home in the country, Sunday. Those included In the invitation were STOMACH UPSET? Pspe's Dia pepsin At Once Ends Soar ress. G...

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

Print Shoving Thro The Daily Register, Richmond, Madison'tbunty, Ky., Tuesday Afternoon, February 4, 1919 KJ Richmond Daily Register Did the Ground Hog See his Shadow? S. M. Saufley, Editor A Proprietor Entered at the postofflce at Richmond Ky as second class mail matter un der Act of ongress of 1875. DCx In City, by carrier, per week. 10c By mail, out of town, per year 3.00 o) j. I" 1 1 ' l x - f - r ;. Li i m i I!1 I .'I -4- : !. 1 TiV.1- i vl: j; -1 H Hi; I ,1 STPGEISE You are throwing away baking powder money wasting baking powder and expensive ma terials frittering awav valu able time If vou are not using Calumet Baking Powder. If you "doubt" it just give Calumet one trial. The saving it makes will prove that CALUMET is the best baking powder in the world sold at the fairest price costs far less than high priced Trust brands costs but little more than cheap brands gives much better results -than either. You use only half the amount usually required it goes twice as far. It neve...

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. — 4 February 1919

n The Dally Register, Richmond. Madison County, Ky.. Tuesday Afttmoc: February 4t 1919 EXsOKl Richmoad Dally Ueutcr Did tho Ground Hog Seo his Shadow? S. 1L Sanfley, Editor A Proprietor Entered at the postoffice at Richmond Ky as second class mail matter un der Act of ongress of 1875. n - Wh' DACtOOS In City, by carrier, per week .10c By mail, out of town, per year .$3.00 rlnt Shoving Through (QXQXCH it -1 (: 'J -7, ; i !,: 3 .Mi f 5 'V f s It .EJUPGKISE You are throwing away baking powder money wasting bakine powder and expensive ma terials frittering awav valu able time If vou are not using Calumet Baking Powder. Tf trial. The saving it makes will prove that V CAMJMET is the best baking powder in the world sold at the fairest price costs far less than high priced Trust brands costs but little more than cheap brands gives much better results -than either. You use only half the amount M . . - - usually required it goes twice as tar. It never iaiis, never causes baking loss. Used 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. — 5 February 1919

p I THE WEATHER Warmer tonight and Thursday, j Established 1 865 53d Year No.56 Richmond, f.IacEsoa County, Kentucky, Wednesday Afternoon, February 5, 1919 Single Copy Five Cc: Joll(fDRlMi,n-j)y:iT MAY OHDER SPECIAL ROAD TAX ELECTION if. .sal Court Sees Need of Doing Something Soon If County's High ways Are To Be Put la Shape The question of voting a special road tax of 20 cents on each $100 worth or property will probably be .submitted to the taxpayers of Madi son county soon. The matter came be fore the Fiscal Court at its regular monthly session Tuesday, and a ma jority of the members of the court feel that it should be done, it seems. They realize that the roads of the county have gotten into fearful condi tion as the result of the small amoant of reconstruction work that could be done during war times, and unless the special tax is voted, they will go from bad to worse. A number of other counties have voted this tax, and gotten splendid re sults. W ith an assessment this year o...

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. — 5 February 1919

f.t: Daily Regis! ..Richmond, Madison County Kentucky Wednesday Afternoon, February 5, 1919 IF: M .11 ill hi if I : i H :!! 'it i if it Richmond Dafly Register S. M. Saufley, Editor & Proprietor Entered at the postoffice at Richmond Ky., as second class mail matter un der Act of ongress of 1875. In City, by carrier, per week 10c By mail, out of town, per year .$3.00 Newby. All victims of influenza are able to e out except Mrs. B. Bogie, Mrs. Newlon Agee, and Mr. Lawrence Tu dor. Dr. and Mrs. Hunter, of Sandy Hook, Ky., are located here now. A doctor was badly needed here and we welcome him into our midst and wish him success. They have rooms with Mrs. F. C. Cor. Mr. Bennett Burrus, of Brooklyn, CLEANSES YOUR HAIR MAKES IT BEAUTIFUL THICK, GLOSSY, WAVY Try This! All Dandruff Disappears .and Hair Stops Coming Out Surely try a "Danderine Hair Cleanse" if you wish to immediately double the beauty of your hair. Just moisten a cloth with Danderine and draw it carefully through your ha...

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. — 5 February 1919

The Daily Register, Richmond, Madison County, Ky.,Wednesday Afternoon, February 5, 1919 ftOlhiainnifoira-iaafliinie amdl ogSnfl WEDNESDAY AND THURSDAY THIS WEEK Open 2 to 5:30 Pt M. Open 7 to 10:50 P. M. Admisaion 20 cent War Tax included -WEDNESDAY- THURSDAY ( CLARA KIMBALL YOUNG in 'Tile SAVAGE WOMAN" JACK PICKFORD l?S&f in "SEVENTEEN" 2 reel Bi$ V. Comedy and CURRENT EVENTS W EEKLV J A select production. Also the official War films "FIGHTING FOR FREEDOM" episode No. 4 J "Daring'Feats of the Royal Flying Corps" f"1S&;J and EDDIE LYONS and.LEE MORAN in 'THE VAMP CURE" a rip-roaring comedy you'll enjoy lhambra. Opera House FRIDAY rJ3AE fl ARSM in "THE RACIKG STRAW" Bill Parsons in "Bill's Cutie" and a Screen Magazine. r jACPlCKTOBI) NOT HOW CHEAP BUT HOW GOOD FOR SERVICE and QUALITY IN COAL and FEED F. H. GORDON PHONE 28 iocsal and Pcncssl 1" Evening Post of Louisville says tr-. F.lmund Burnam Home, left i?n ':i- to join her husband in Atlas x i uring her absence, Misa Eugen...

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. — 5 February 1919

The Daily Register, Richmond Madison County. Ky., Wednesday Afternoon, February 5, 1919 r Motorcycles,Bicycles, Repairs Did tho Ground Hog Soo his Shadow? RICHMOND DAILY REGISTER CLASSIFIED COLUMNS , The Market Place of Madison, Garrard and Estill Counties." Where Buyer and Seller Meet ORDER your motorcycle now In dian, Harley-Davidson, Excelsior, Reading, Standard, new and second hand. Bicycles Repairs. Chas. Burnam 703 Main street. v. .fmf 1' 1 (S(0 ' . : U 5h ; : 'Hi i. f. i . v. ill : in i.i . VI 7 ! r ' , ! ,; A is .if !- HELP WANTED WAXTED Young men 16 and over are eliciWe for government Railway Mail Clerks. $92 per month. For free particulars regarding examina tions, write J. C Leonard, (former Civil Servietf Examiner), 993 Kenoir Building, Washington. 54 3: WAXTED Young man who does not attend school to work at Alham bra and Opera House. Apply to Miss Ward. Manager. 54 tf LOST FOUND STRAYED IN stray pen a solid black mare in good condition, between 8 and 10 years old; owner ...

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. — 6 February 1919

ElKBEMdDHjll) . ' ,vgj-ixa xh jj.k -IL JiJJ JLOe fair- Established 1865 53d YeaiNo. 57 FAINT LICK MAN LOSES MONEY IN SOUTH Felix Estridge Knocked Unconscious H, Fall and Box Containing $10,200 Is Gone When lie Gets Back. Paint Lick, Ky Feb 3. In a semi-conscious condition and nout $10,200 which he had in his passion in cash when he left Missis ; pi a few days ago Felix Estridge it the home of his sister. Mrs. Vira McNVhorter, here. Estridge for-m,-rly lived near Wallaceton in Madi- Cun coanty, ana is a son ox ill lut- ' - r: t : -l- it: i:.- triUr-. vi x mm. uik. ui cvuuiuoa .-t.ll serious. According to the best information i - v . : i m rj t-, t can oe DDuuura irvui usuiagi. ... - . ho I it Mississippi, alter seiung some inn lands he had bought a few years j ..... : v; l a aC'1. una was iciiuuuig w iua uiu l mc hoie. He got off the train at "-.:T,Ult. Tenn.. where the train stott- rtl, u K" aunt; tuiiuk iiv uurncu . .i i . . i , . . . 1 V. T7 v.. J oi me luncn room w caicn u l r 1 ...

Publication Title: Richmond Daily Register
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond daily register. — 6 February 1919

i f V'. iff i L li Urr .-" . t f : '" 3 S.I? X i I ft i fi 5 ft II 4 11 f ? . : f ? fit r n.Y "iff' , ' --i 1 ' i.- " 55 1'' 1 if J I M Hi lk.tr j i -it -huj . i i f " i li it. . 'Mr ' - - ( ' ; ' !?-" - !Y Y .i r - Print Shovln Through y .t: Daily Regis: : . Richmono Madijn'" County Kentucky Tfnirsday Afttrnci; Fcirulry 6, 19 ! 9 . i' Ricnmond Daily Register fertilizer Do not buy your n a . SSSSSS ' ' fertilizer until you get my prices. C JL , 1 m ' -: ; ; ' . - ' - - ... '" , ' j S. M. Sfley, Editor & Proprietor M. Embry. phone 31 2 rings Waco. B 1 )1 f T II 7) J f TTV TfC TT j 11 ILUjJLL AVII ill-1, :-J " - - i - -...-'."'"' JH- it , Entered at the postoffice at Richmond Ky, as second class mail matter' un der Act of ongress of 1875. In City, by carrier, per week. .10c By mail, out of town, per year .$3.00 CARD OF THANKS. We desire to thank our relatives and friends for their kindness and sympathy shown us during the illness "and death of our baby daughter, Ge neva Green. Mr....

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. — 6 February 1919

Print Showln- Through TIKDAY THIS WEEK Open 2 to 5:30 P: M. Open 7 to 100 P. M. Admission ,20 cents War Tax included THURSDAY Alhambra, FRIDAYb AEHaRSH SATURDAY JACK PICICFORD L0tFF In 'SEVENTEEN" ; 2 reel Bi$ V. Comedy and CURRENT EVENTS WEEKL All Richmond's rnminw f n boo Kd Upera Mouse in THE RACIiiG STRAIil life witching DOROTHY DALTON in . I ' "OTTirvQ 4 Mil " Tw 4. -:.. -S, w vuwitii u x ci ainvuiib j;itwuir far better than any Dalton picture evre proiucedj. Nuff said its bound to be a goodYie. A comedy and a A Dicture everv Kpnfcnrlrw thAmtiMuf win a ... i ful women and fine horses. Smiling Bill Parson In "Bill's Cutie" Also a Screen Magazine. - war .Review I . . ' - - "7 1" : NOT , HOW CHEAP BUT HOW GOOD FOR -SERVICE and QUALITY IN- COAL and FEED F. IL GORDON PHONE 28 iocial and PencsaJ Ocilian Club Notes. . M.. Helen Bennett was hostess to ? ferilian Club Wednesday after- tj..r. and leader of a beautifully pre pir. -i program. The noted Cathedrals pivtr. n response to roll ...

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. — 6 February 1919

ir.t s:.o: I me Many Kepster; Richmond, Madison County, Ky.; Uj.7AlteFeby'6Tl9l9'v THURSDAY THIS WEEK Open 2 to 5:30 Pt M. Open 7 to 10 JO P. M. Admission 20 cents War Tax included THURSDAY Alhambra, FRIDAY- LI A E TJ A RS H Opera House- in "THE RACING STRAIN" A. picture every Kentucky thorobred will want to see. A story of beauti ful women and fine horses. Smiling Bill Parsons in "Bill's Cutie," Also a Screen Magazine. SATURDAY J JJACK PICKFORD losf All Richmond's coming to Bee be witching DOROTHY DALTON in "QUICKSAND," a Paramount picture far better than any Dalton picture evre produced-1. Nuff said its bound to be a goodVe. A comedy and a War Review LOUISE HUFF In '"QFUFMTCCWii . plCKTCKO 2 reel V. Comedy and CURRENT EVENTS WEEKL Y NOT HOW CHEAP BUT HOW GOOD FOR SERVICE and QUALITY IN COAL and vr.v.H F. H. GORDON PHONE 28 Social and PemaaJ h.m Club Notes. -. Helen Bennett was hostess to ' -liian Club Wednesday after ..r.d leader of a beautifully pre : program. The noted Cathedral...

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. — 6 February 1919

-, Hie Daily Register, Richmond, Madison County. Ky..Thursday Afternoon, February 6, 1919 -lilt; :f" 5 ! 1 2 m i j i i ; , 5 Mi cl . ' r' ; f I ' i: Ml T 11 1 I' V ..j V SAFE, GENTLE REMEDY BRINGS SURE RELIEF Tor 200 year COLD MEDAL Hatr lero Oil has enabled suffering human ity to withstand attacka ot kidney, liver, bladder and stomach troubles - and all diseases connected with the urinary organs, and to build up and . restore to nealth organs weakened by disease. These most important orrans mast be watched, because they filter and purify the blood; unless they do their work yoa are doomed. Weariness, sleeplessness, nervous ness, despondenoy, backache, stomach trouble, pains in the loins -and lower abdomen, if ravel, rheumatism, sciatica and lumbago all warn you of trouble with your kidneys. GOLD MEDAL Haarlem Oil Capsules are the remedy you need. Take three e-f four every day. The healinc oil soaks into the cells and lining of the kidneys and drives oat the poisons. New life and he...

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. — 7 February 1919

mmmm TEE: TnE WEATHER Local snows or rain this afternoon or tonight.: colder tonight; Saturday comer and generally fair. stablished 186553dYcarf-No58 Richmond, Madison County, Kentucky, Friday Afternoon, February 7, 1919 Single Copy Five Cc cuncil Di reels of Street Paving Bonds Forward Step Taken Greatly Needed Improvement For Richmond Thi first fctcps toward the realiza , n of the long dreamed of pared vets and new sewers for Richmond ..... t.ikcn bv the City Council at its -xar monthly meeting last night,. c that body unanimously passed finance for the sale of $150,000 h of city bonds, wnicn were votea .'". for the purpose or providing fr.r thpso rna.tlv needed im- -yvomcnts for the city. Tl i- Mayor is authorised in the or inai oe to advertise for bids for the av of the city's securities. He stated oi", ro the body took action, that mu-;,- p 1 bonds are selling at and above ar p-nerally now, and this seems the w . i time to nut the Richmond V!ni. on the market. Mayor Evans ha. !...

Publication Title: Richmond Daily Register
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