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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond daily register. — 29 December 1919

f:' V:';:.-' Hie Richinoncl Daily Register, RicKmond MacKson County, Monday Afternoon, December 29, 1919. Pr r fit i..:. j She Dared To Sin Weaker SEE "The Splendid Sin" A STORY WITH A POWER FUL APPEAL TO EVERY RIGHT MINDED MAN AND ','..' k . . ) .. ... v . OPERA HOUSE .V lUCoUJll .". MADLAINE 2 Q20Centf-Price0 Cents Doccmbor 30th ' TR AVERS WOMAN a Fox Production A Christi. Comedy and Wtekly I I L-rT 1 r Ml . jits Creamy Whets the ra.j M;1L n,n J ,'your palate it's so creamy ? This distinctive flavor is due to the use of the finest t wVtit flrtiir rnmkinv-l witK riirh. rffiamv milk, mak ing Crusader Milk Bread unusually fine in texture .. 1 l: L. : L - ana ugiu in wi uuiu. Crusader Mk Bread LARGE AND SN frmrf Vi inrlrl mrvf i Children' like it best and it ih strengthening nutriment 'Fbr IVI IVIVU. UWWWI SOCIAL AND PERSONAL y ' i . v Calendar. nv Monday, 2:30 The Piano Club will meet with Miss Lillian Bur 'nani in Burnamwood. . Mrs. Douglas Parrish will en tertain at Bridge. Monday,...

Publication Title: Richmond Daily Register
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond daily register. — 29 December 1919

Ptfge fW' IKe RicKmbn'J Daily Register Richmond Madison County, Monday 'Afternoon,- December 29, 1919.; v.-. r,l.n.MtM.,..,.fet.l. ..J..... . . m.. ........!... . M..WIIII mm, , "IrMOMC Sale : ' '"' " - " i i i i : ; Tuesday, December 30th (:V"- At 10 O'clock A. M. at the home place on the Richmond and Lexington turnpike, 4 1-2 miles from Richmond, we will sell the following: ', 1 disc harrow; 4 No.12 Vulcan plows . , ' 1 Syracuse hill side plow; 3 double shovels i' 2 single shovels; 2 tobacco plows; 1 cultivator 'i 1 single row corn planter, with fertilizer attachment 3 two-horse wagons ; 3 hay frames ' v .. . 1 galvanized water tank . ' n 1 1 Myers' pump and two-inch hose attachment 1 hog waterer; Silo, door frame and door' , 3 lard kettles ; 3 milch cows ' Other things too numerous to mention; including some , household and kitchen furniture. L W. , CoL John Shearer, Auctioneer Manter HEARD ABOUT TOWN i .,. Mrs. Julia Mahaney, wife of an L. & N. engineer, died at the hos pita...

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. — 30 December 1919

( I Established !S65-54th Year-No. 333 . ' Richmond, Madison County, Kentucky Tuesday Afternoon, December 30, 1919 Price Five Cents Daily m I i U V MEDIUM GRADES ONLY SHOW LOWER PRICE Claasy Tobacco and Lower Grade v Stuff Hold. T)ir Own, Say Buyer On Local Market . Reports in, some of the papers that 'the tobacco market is "oil" reed not worry those who have the best grade of weed, according ;, to an explanation of market con ditions given' the Daily Retristei today by one of the best known " buyers on the local breaks. He declared that poor stuff is selling . about as usual; that thqfjdemand lor medium grades is not as brisk as before the holidays, while real first class tobacco is as high a , ever. - , l his has been evidenced .by the splendid prices that good class Jobacco has brought on the i Ionic J louse floors since the , re opening of the market here Mon day. Some of the sales noted here were: . ' . , Perkins and Son sold the fol lowing baskets: 260 lbs at 71c 405 lbs at 86...

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. — 30 December 1919

Yi ' j l wo fhe Richmond P! 11;- ';..'. J. $&'X LllUai Cur.ty. ': vTuesdiy., ,jtrcV December 0, 1 V 19 OUR KNOWLEDGE OF THE i. "'.'' i. . '- . . ,irv "'""3 LAW lEnables ud to say that we can prepare your tax return correctly., and often at a saving.to you..t. .. . ; ...v ,:. . Heavy, penalties will be irnposcd on those making in-. correct returns. - Do hot fake the chance let us help , lyou. HIFNER&LARY ; Public Accountants and Aiiditbrs ' ' BipwnrProctoiia Building , '; .. Winchester, Ky. ; - ; '.WHEN everything is said and doneyotH 'have to adni.it ' that . KooKwooa vnec is just about v the '.best -coffee you' ever' tasted. Prove it; to yourself by buying Kookwood today. ' D. C. McKin ney & Co. 1 332 6 ' ;XHERE i no' bitter 'flqur'ta Potts' Gold Diist Flour. ;Ask yuf irUR bALtj gooa cow? moi- E." Palmer; Union KiKev-iW.zp Fi :i I I r, :i I ' .l1; : : : I t - Federal f , 1 .Reserve JiUJM ; ; . ; ,'".'' : I ! ' -:.' . ,i, 1 !'.. V i The time, to invest the profits .from ...

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. — 30 December 1919

y. A GREAT STORY WITH ArPpPULAR,STAR NUF SAID'j ftr A Rip Roaring 2 Reel if .'.t - '; Comedy "BACK TO THE KITCHEN" Don'tMiss the Fun A .Weekly EG ' Also r j ; ' - : . . t' . r 1' :LM 1 :wr 1 1 -to AfPPtRSONAL Attractive Tea ' . : R.' C.NSjoctto'n asked a num bw fjfriBu'a in to tea Monday, af tfrnQMik jtionorlng sher ' daughter-in-law, rs. ?dward .Stockton Her Ijortc-pn LantMter. avenue Was moist of :?felir afi'l red,'' . and during lburs' 'delightful refrtnhnicnts were kfAL,"jfteeelWnir .With the hostess vn. ahjli the, guest of , Jjonor ' .were ivMiis "'.Flr J. - a . ... fit.1 tith v-reiitinaw, . ,oi ;, Versailles, Lttlse,- bee, of , Danville, Tyjgnuth ,ahd.,MiBs Sullje presided, at. the tea.. faille '--fWiiff a linAhe nospitalitie.' '4VtK. .Hamilton. Mrs. !Jnr Svvflarry Blanton, and Mn-. Avor.Duiirhtcr : TWi. Clark iRice issued in- Jaitajniberiof friends at tHg'i rt honor . of . their (.irtd'a Tllhfltn. Rlna. tjihn Ij T. n..V ..- tVorRO'Wotn'rthool (n Lexington, for The hour were c...

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. — 30 December 1919

f " " ' '' , " ' , , "'I''",.'" ''''''' "J ; J6 JTWVCRSAL CAR 1 OONTpEPEND ON SPRING DELIVERIES 7 Spring .dcljveries of Ford cars have never v;;;.(?i?een'icertain,',8nd they should not be depended - upon. Demand has always been greater for; ; , Ford cars than the supply or production So, f if you would 1 sure of having a'FprrJ car, buy it ..now! while deli verjes are possible. ... Don't wait-yeh next month is an uncertainty, i . ..; ;Only a limited, specified number of cars has been allotted to this territory. That allotment y cannot , 'be 'increased, because the demand , all y'Uver e-,c.ottitry .is greater than the uply or f; ! production. Get your order in now, and yqu will be one of those who is sure of a Ford car i put of our allotment. v- r It's' first come first served. All orders are ; : : -filled ;iri rotation. So,' if you woulfj bp fore ' ; handed, if you. would be certain , of haying a : Ford Car when you want it then you will buy y '.,a Ford car nowf A Signed, order with,...

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. — 31 December 1919

. ' :..r ' t T TTHE RICHMOND vDML MEGISEffi Established 1665-54tK Year-Nd.334 Richmond!, Madison County, Kentucky Wednesday Afternoon, December 31, 1919 Pricfe Five Cdr.is 2 if P LOVELY GIRL'S DEATH SHOCKS COMMUNITY Mrs. Hasbrouck Haynes ; Sue sumbs Suddenly At Chicago Burial At Old Home Here:' h w- ,.. Mrs .Louise Covington Haynes, , V , Wite of H. Hasbrouck Haynps, a "V-prominent business man of Chi I'.ajTP died very suddenly there : Tuesday afternoon about 2:30 ', y o'clock. - Mrs .Haynes was' the second .daughter of Mr. and Mrs. M. C. ' u Covington, at Maple Lawn on the Lancaster pike, and one of'tht ; most attractive and ' belovec daughters who have left Madisor '-.J, county. News of her death comes as a great shock to her host of G loved ones. ' v : The remains' will be brought back to her 'old home for burial. ' The body is expected to arriie Thursday at noon, and funeral , . services will be held at the home i '.' of her parents, Friday afternoon 1 at 2 o'clock, interment be...

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. — 31 December 1919

v.i.F?-v' Richmond Daily Kegreteiffichmond, MadSsbn Ccty,. Wednesday1 Afterrioon, December 31; 1919 ' f La J PH'Pjvducc. 7wre- ; ';! it .'.'.-J. v- iliut we can't continue increasing our pro- 3, P faction uiiless we continue increasing our rail-; ' The' farhis. wrings ami factories cannot in- Hiitsmnt'hr trtW'w,';,..iu Please. liieir. output, beyond tne capacity ot the 1- -: 'A , railronjis . tb haul their prochicts. wily ilHrtyifl nnH Riftnfi--. Intnl. and the nwult. tt tiro I; y-'i ; . i i,1 i ' ' '' ' , , ' , - 'wiiwhww-.v' . Kailronus .are now nsar the peak o . pendlturr tilit to r jnil 'j '' r of their n.k tin fhr lli liitnrriin-V r. imTinff iinnrirr JSffiV'i :.;,V.;WiUHut railroad expansion more engines, ; .walker .ifis.T.s,i ' v. ntorc cur, more tracks, hiorc terminals there i.... ; Ciln iittje increu5e in production. , , )' . : . ' ',-v ( ' . i :! " ' " ' v '. ";V ','V ,...;i;t.;';-.oa'.l,!-.: i l)ut this. countr)' of ours is going to keep " : " v' .-. ?vx 7 t, '; (rit on gr...

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. — 31 December 1919

ITU Hie Richmond Daily Register, Richmond Madison County, Wednesday Afternoon, December 31,1919 ',,' K . ,,, ' - r , ' " , , '' v . t - ' ' ' V ' v - ;&;H&ppy- New:: Year fmMMM : . The Old Year of 1919 ALHAMBRA-OPERA HOUSF JANUARY 1st bun . Prices Always the Same 20c and 30i i N. v A 2 Reel Comedy and Travelogue Also That syncopated "Jimmle Hodges" now "Pretty Baby" show which made its New York debut - last fall will dispense its glories at the opera house here tonight by sheer force of speed. Levity and generally happy, go-lucky atmosphere this '' syncopated musical treat, provides the sort of entertainment which ; every . musical loving-comunity likes. Built ' like a miniature "Ziegf eld Follies", without any palpable imitation-' therefore, "Pretty Baby" just ijags and turkey trots from one frivolity to another. AhvayS" made enjoyable .' by musical numbers that have melody and merit, and by a cast of . principals that could, push a far. less deserving, piece to success. 3T...

Publication Title: Richmond Daily Register
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond daily register. — 31 December 1919

2 : f. ' "l 1 't " t-LO I t ",7 ; 1 'i 1 sWi 'IfieRicKmong Dally Register, ftichmorwl MaeEson County, '' v ;? veAey Afterttot 'ikd063yi9 Greetings for the mw Year sing our business for the year which has flown ; V ithout thanking you for the courtesies shown; i iWould leave one of our principal debts unpaid,. So we cordially thank you for the progress we've made. Accept our wishes for a prosperous New Year, ; And when you want service you'll find it here. Joe Giunchigliani May Yours be a of Plenty Year As the New Year bells ring tonight, JVIay 1920 be a delight. - : To cut friends, hoth young and old, May your purse be filled with gold. J ',; To accomplish what this poet tells, ' Buy your meats and groceries from M. H. Wells :4 H. Wells & Co. . A Wish for your 1920 ' At th close bf another year, In which we've all prospered here. L We feel we owe it to one and all, . ; For our successes great and small . Our appreciation for your liberal trade To HIGGINS FURNITURE STORE you gave...

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. — 1 January 1920

' ""A 5 Jl. 1 MM mm s rr 1 b ' 'V 'v ' s-: ; -"ri- 55thYcar L CRISIS - I . : Ioday To Consider S Shortag'v A of Ac tions - ' number of prdrhhient busiaeps' i6nal men Jofj A$hi .w - nice Lin w ind profes- "i is being: ihis after Inoion discussM id means Ahich has -. - - jtol meet a sen arisen in co . i r T7 . .. Nofmal Scho - 'question i v'.hat of Jjndih i Uig. vaccora Vodattons ints who a. i;faslo stu jing to'come i mmodations i otally inad ;: housekeep 1 to the res i ibility : that V?iave;to re ) jiormal stu i of dollars 1:1 - this will t loss to the i community I m a selfish being held f. Dormitb tht institu te ana-tmi . ent letter v ivan, a re letter set : Normal . 27i 1920. nironts our sj is due to nd to pro jr'oarding and 1 students, rs of the f possible to , is, at a fair, mond, Ky. ;' confronts j'ood citizens enough to ihrt in their ; to . educate J it impGs U Richmond, viHdinglots educational i of Rich ie 7JlVQiVjg21 '!. tnese cm i. oimiiar crises con nt all thei cities. Sim...

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. — 1 January 1920

iff fcv I - b X X T'1 " .laCSLiCSa Usay ltt9BL -rg:fus a, tormula for getting t tl 1 " - ..iiM I - - - - i n'i r - . CHUBBY STOUT" CORSETS TKis style is especially designed to decrease the apparent -- size ana to lend the appearance of slenderness and Height -to the stout figure; It reduces the flesh gently, not hy lacing, lout by corrective molding. We feature sizes up to 46. Fitted by Graduate Corsetieres Each corset is so expertly fitted that it gives freely with every movement, yet holds the figure firmly whether seated, standing or walking. Grace with absolute comfort . is assured at all times. " " '- ' ! - 1 ' 1 - Mail Or den Receive Prompt Attention ' S If you are unable p -Oisit our shop use our Mail Order Service. Write tell us your needs. Fitting information freely given. Send for New Style Folder. Tarisian Corset Store corner RACE and OPER& PLACE Cincinnati - . . NATURE GIVES THE FORM. PARISIAN THE FIGURE ram -imimmimi.inuini Milium M , fcttrd t tn pot6ftto la tidoM4i...

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. — 1 January 1920

,..wif 1M" ALHAMBRA cjid OPERA HOUSE ; FKIDAY Another remarkable. Tom Moore pic Did aay evrr'tell you what won-, derful eyes yon havef Soe . TOM MOORE Kvi'rybody'ii Favorite in , ; TIIK GAY LORD .QUEX" ture nnd the gayest thins: you've Been In many moonH. .It will put -you in the right humor from the flmt screen flash. A 2 Ueel Comedy and Travel -Pictures. ' Pit ICES' smrcFraiic , 18 aid 2c War Tax S7e aad Jc Wat Tat: 7'.y. 4 -: TV. "i- if- if -. I nt l-V it I : .7 ,.'-J9R in 1 4 :i AL AND PERSONAL i-i..,. .-V; &Ehtftmt&'Wirds Miss . Louise v McKeeV' entertained very informially Tuesday evening lor . -Mjjn4jMrs. Sam '. Park .Wagers. . Tjfire-were three tables' of -players thyipne'f f or . the highest; score : was r.wwwhy $Trs. ,:r Franklin Deatherage. A dainty salad course was served at Miss M-nday," Misses' Evelyn and El len;' Minter ,-; and Miss . Curraleen Smith were. guests. A delicious ice course was served v unty thQiaclursion'' of - the game. .; J FartiTy Winner : : -...

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. — 1 January 1920

jftefnoon 'January 1 ,1920 bOOOPDDOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOObbbOOOd o A Car , Bloodhounds were unable ,'t6 fiid the trail of vthe burglar who' secur $150 from the - Knox postoffice; iP Knox county instead tracking th ronl shsed Statement bf the Condition of the 1T postmaster, who visited the place MTFi 1X1 Aif lTArl Q next morning. IILMHU AUUUI Vm o o o o o o o o o p . III! .May 'AX 2 V: . ;. I t I.- 1 - r r L Richmond, Kentucky At the Close of Business, December 3 1 st, 1919 r RESOURCES ..$573,103:94 2058.50 165,219.52 10,000.00 .. 228,053.02 ; alio ' i . lerdraf ts 1 . ' . S. Bonds and other Securities . liking House ' l ; 1l . i tv. r I r-?- ta anu Lue irom oanKS ; I ! LIABILITIES tal Stock : ... Uus and Undivided Profits . 33,982.67 n 98,300.00 ''ks -.. - 3,000.00 j?-h4 743,152.31 $978,434.98 $978,434.98 $100,000.00 IE 4 X - k J of our showing made in the above report for three ie tionfidence placed in us by the people of ihis coun- theit money at this institution. k the large i...

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. — 2 January 1920

- HMOMB 1 1 I ' fted 1865 55th Year No. 2 Richmond, Madison Gjunty, Kentucky Friday Afternoon'-January 2, 1 920. f rice Fr r y - . . - r i b. i TOLD OF ftMAL'S EXTREMITY Jnzcns of Richmond Urged To Co-operate In Providing Rooms For Students ac 9 :? I- X y ) I) schools fholo and by the ccssful and w state and aa Dr. Coates to receive a astern hopes state for ac00 'om tn' if the legn' mitor' room, priation fo?ces an appro the state r university and have comnfir;ols. Suggestion?,, patches approp nation-. ked and reco. cfI"ii4-tTij An $300,000 for East- 'Jequate, and not en- the necesrary de- ,-4-..,l u i - y Decause 01 a lack ot lacili vn assistant superintendent blic instruction, Avith a-salary $2,000 a year, is recommended Prof. Gilbert, with, the an roval of Dr. Colvin. An increase the tax for schools will be ask ed to provide additional funds. hool, a y ave toi 2vhereJ ' seek hmon r stf J; ' , .vfi prt if h hi iyet join fid. and m I "1 ill. t m ill y It it; IT J 9 M I f I I 1 4 II ...

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. — 2 January 1920

utxuy ivcici iviAvyi, itmoAouu vAjuaty, Friday Afternoon,-January 2, .1920. YANTS HOME-KILLED MEATS TJtfESE DAYS at our mhrket you are certain to get the fresh Also you'll find the freshest Country Produce V - - ' : eson: the Cash and Delivery flan. Cash sales sn-.fie$ customers, and our delivery service is Tfy us. . - & Walters ' s to Culton's Meat Market TELEPHONE 125 les when all roads lead to our Auto ' m . j we operate on them and return them to nm, tfuJl;bf life and vigor, i 7 13 & Oi uDes. hi accessories j by the visible measure where you get all ; reduction on Lubricating Oils. Get our i can save you money. IbA-' J Corner Of Third And Irvine Streets SmP T A HARROW TRACK WAOOf Richmond Daily Register t. M. SAUITLE"V. Editor and Prr!eci Knterea at tue postomce In Kicnuond in second class -mall svstter under Act f Congress of 1876. Subscriptions are strlctlr cath-ln-ad-tjluco to all and paper will be stopped roinptly vrbu subscription has x-!rd. tubccrf ptfom Kates. ?r ...

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. — 2 January 1920

f&v'- 'A : x Thf Rirh! " lilv Rmcffr Rirhlirmrl IVIarlicnn PnnnTV Frirlav Aftfrnnrn. Taniiarv 2. 1 Q20. ! ' ' . ' : : : 1 ' . .- . , , . - . , : " V ; ' 1- 1' r i wm oe wun us lourt ur; - w$ I mmmmmm Wfc fv 1 t "THE GAm rHe will explain to the farnfrs of Madison County the merits : this .'splendid Stock Tonic. Meet Im. j L. R. BLAilpN rictriilk flavor !. 1 11 I I neaiti ui milk it ffi it It ml preaa-lr fested. Tne IJrust is deli- Ml 1 1 ana see tne I lifter arnrprc Li! Mf AMY Jj Children and Bread To knpw how good Crusader Milk Bread really is, let the children decide for you. They take to its moiaiiujf. miu Decause or tne contains, they grow and thrive on Crusader 3Mk LARGE AND SMALL LQ The crumb is very light and easily d texture is even and smooth. The ciously thm, cnsp and tender. Serv enthusiasm it arouses. For sale by Urder a large or small loaf today. NATIONAL BISCUIT CO with it m LORD QUEX" J rough lumbermen, and the txcitement COMING TONIGHT starts. The ensuing fight is...

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. — 2 January 1920

1 imioVd Daily Register Richmond Madison County, Friday Afternoon. January-,2, 1 920J f Tn"TrffTTT " iiiin'TrnMTrTiniWii'TnHri'iMii,ft r c a package Jbefore the war c a package THOUSANDS PROCLAIM Ti!E SERITSiOFF ESI ra, during the war V WOW TI1E FLAVOR LASTS SO DOES THE PRICE! Hesd Tfcoir Loiters Mrs. Slartha C. Dale, R. F. D. 1, Cannou, Del., writes: . "l am en tirely . cured of , chronic catarrh of the stomach and bowels by PE-I1U-NA." Mr. J. Bayer, Glendale,Oregon: "There is no medicine like PE-RU-II A for catarrhal deafness." Mrs. Kato Marquis, Middleburg, Chic : "PE-r.U,NA cured me of catarrh of the head and throat." Mr. J. H. Collins, Wesson, Mis sissippi: "PE-RU-NA makes ' me f er;l vigorous and able to work without that tired,, weak feeling I usually have otherwise." Mrs. P. Ludvigsen, Austin; Min nesota: "I get rid of my liver trouble and can eat anything since .taking PE-RU-NA." lira. L. Hearing, 283 East lC9th Et., New York City: "For catarrh of the head and stomach, I ha...

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. — 2 January 1920

pi JTie ? Richmond Daily Rdgiet RichmoiiJ,! Madison' G)unty,Friday i Afternoon, January 2, 1920. A Picture of Majestic Power; of blood-stirring conflict; of Tender Heart Appeal. . Warm with a ro mance as sweet as ever told. ALHAMBRA and OPERA HOUSE HERE HE IS THAT HANDSOME HEARTBREAKER , WALLACE Ke3d in "THE BLACK SECR' and a MUTT AND JL SATURDAY - "Comedy also DON'T FAIL ID SEE "WALLIE" IN.ONE OF HIS BEST PICTURES i 11 r -1 i n ( - ; -7 : - : . A H S" i -,B!1 ' , J jmm ' Playing a return engagement by . ' . -. '"' it V i : JaniiaFV S-B-l .-ORmamd golnian - - ,yrMg :Uhn-7iiii"j!fjjiA-' .-Musldalmedsf Stock -Co: gtx; oIIUCBU f 1 r I! L ' - - I 'Mr. R. H. Pettus, who came from 'WSfe I : it . its a 1 v now i Keen mm eep ;oai A WM See that the daily functions are regular and normal K TOU cant expect the little lY ones to be happy and play- V,. flo llii tTUdl IUC 1IVUU ICUU UUU nd the stomach bloated. The formal habit of children is to be lappy and when you notice them Iross and fretful ...

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. — 2 January 1920

v .7 J'-' Ihe Richmond Daily Register, Richmond Madison County, Friday Afternoon, January 2, 1 920. oooooooooooooooooooooooooooooo GIRLS! DRAW A MOISTXLOTH THROUGH HAIR V; phone company has hew proposition A Car On Track I TT lay o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o Kl r'' Phones 224 and 2 oooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooo To abort a cold and prevent com plications, take The purified and refined calomel tablets that are nausealess, safe and sure. Medicinal virtues retain ed and improved. Sold only in sealed packages. Price 35c SALES ON LOCAL tobacco mmi 'Stuart a id Mathis sold t!v:N follo-v-g baskets: 190 lbs at '-Q'zc; 130 os at .05c; 80 lbs at 25c; Vos athrdll lbs. at C5c; 80 lbs at 25c; 165 lbs, at 4yc; iuo id s at iic; iuu ws at toe; w lb at S5c: 160 lbs at 54c. W. Age-; sold the following has- Kets: o-) ds at ivc; ou ids at zvc; 55 lbs at 53c; 25 lbs at 51c; 20 lbs . at 50c - How?-d Ago & Son sold the fol lowing ba kets: 200 lbs at 10c; 110 , lb at 20c 290 lbs at...

Publication Title: Richmond Daily Register
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