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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond daily register. — 7 February 1919

The Da3y Register, Richmond. Madison County, Ky.JFridey Afternoon. February 7, 1919 "tJ X". i I : ! H i- r 1:1 f :N " 1 1 i - ' i In : t 1 :1 - - 1 i ! 1 , V 1 ! ! . i i ; if I! r - n i ''. ';!; IK , ail ! I. it; ft ii iii- 1 or Your Automobiles S'Jveriovvn Cord and Mansfield Casings, Chains, Pumps Stop Squeek Oil, Cold Patches, Carbon Remover, Most Anything You Need for Your Auto J. Hn OBdHhainn) SHERIFFS SALE FOR DELINQUENT TAXES -fifiES J 1 lot. Isaacs, D. G- Isaacs S. I & Sons 1 lot. C J, 10 acres- Is Your Car Running Good? If not, take it to THE RICHMOND GARAGE in the rear of the Dixie Garage. We do Welding and Machine Work of all kinds at reasonable prices. Day phone 11 9, night 512 Main Street THE RICHMOND GARAGE, Roy Montgomery, ' Prop oe F 140 acres Jones, Mrs. Manerva 1 lot . Notice Is hereby given that I or one e,iey Wriht JK? ,ot of my deputies will on . ke,,ev' .w M,- NR4 f.0 MONDAY, MARCH , 1919 Ptes" fij Abce R Court Day, between the hours of 9 jKirby, Jesse NR 12...

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. — 7 February 1919

( " 1 fo:j.i inaT iihie I n m I! i f 13 Dollars 13 Ceete When Swift. & Company paid, say, 13 dollars per hundredweight for live beef cat tle last year, their profit was only 13 cents! In other words, if we had paid $13.13. we I would have mads no profit Or, if we had received a quarter of a cent per pound less for dressed beef we would have made no profit. It is doubtful whether any other business is run on so close a margin of profit. This is bringing the producer and the consumer pretty close together which should be the object of any industry turning raw material into a useful form. This remarkable showing is due to enormous volume, perfected facilities (packing plants strategically located, branch houses, refrigerator cars, etc.), and an army of r men and women chosen and trained to do their special work. This, and many other points of interest, are found in the Swift & Company Year Book for 1919, just published which is brought out for the public as well as for the 25,0...

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. — 7 February 1919

The Daily Register, Richmond, V.TacIj;cn County m r i y ' i v i v pot praise STELLA-ViTAE never laughed before. Tom Collins and Gaud Reed as a good show all to themselves. The Sunshine chorus is said to be I nil beauties and little artists in dainty costumes. Their singing and dancing We wantevery afflicted woman to try j 18 """d verv clever. The rcrular at least one bottle of 5tella-Vltae on!Pro'Tram of feature picture will be our p lain, open guarantee to return the hown in addition to Hauk's Sunshine money paid for it If it does not benefit (Girls Company. There will be an ab- 11 you doubt our word that it wlti80ult change of program all three relieve the distressing aches, pains and nights," Monjay, Tuesday and We-d misery peculiar to the diseases of wo- nesday. men, read the testimony otthese women On Monday night, "Little Dollie who have tried it and are glad to tell Dimples" a joy show full of vim and others what it has done for them. Tht pep, will be the feature, including o...

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. — 7 February 1919

l.-J L 1.., , ., . . , fc , -j , A .th? Alhambra, Open 2 U fiSO Pt 1L Ooera Hous FEUDAY-CJiAG LI AQoH h "Ti:z p:::3 stctv A picture every Kentucky thorobred - will want to see. A story of beauti- a ful women and fine horses. Smiling Screen Magazine. SATUTJMY a sensational Paramount pro- f.!0!!DAY , duction. HAUK'S SUNSHINE GIRLS "The Honest Thief," a 2-reel P1 . . ; Elsie Ferguson " comedy-drama and a war re- jn "Hearts of the Wilds," and view. "The Iron Test "No. 6. DOnOTHY D ALTON in it Open T U 10 JO P. 1L Admission 20 crati War Tax included "QUICK SAND," Hill wmiw in "Bill's Cutie," Also a NOT HOW CHEAP - BUT x HOW GOOD FOR SERVICE and QUALITY - IN COAL and FEED F. H. GORDON PHONE 28 Social end Pencssl Delightful Party. Misses Spicey and Era Perkins were hostesses at a delightful party Thursday evening and th hospitality was very much enjoyed. The guests included Misses Florida, Lydia and Cascarets Work While You Sleep No headache, biliousness, up set stomach or constipa tion to...

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. — 7 February 1919

The Daily Rester, Richmond, Y.7clccn County, uvwi:.... 7 Hi 3 1: Sale begins Tuesday, Feb'y. M.hs clones Tuesday, Feb'i IStti ZZZ g (Iff Let u$ bring home to you the TREASON 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 dear isn't it? And yon know we haven'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 whiter goods at such BIG REDUCT01NS as you will see when yon 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 event has been occurring for over 30 years an deach recurrence brings thous ands of people into that state of happiness occasioned by the procurement of good a...

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. — 7 February 1919

n.e Daily RegisL;, Richmond Madison County KentucfoFridey Afternoon, February 7, 1919 Relieve Your Indigestion With A Laxative JOSEPH W. FORDNEY "'At Dyspeptic know that indigestion is accompanied by constipation, and that until the bowels can be regulated so they will act freely and naturally every day at a stated time, swallowing dyspepsia tablets is of little use. A great and growing number of sufferers from this trouble find immediate and then permanent relief by the use of a combination of simple laxative herbs with pepsin sold by druggists under the name of Dr. Caldwell's Syrup Pepsin The laxative herbs act on the bowels and the pepsin and ex tracts on the digestive tract, forming an exceptionally effective laxative-tonic It it a combination that has been found wonderfully helpful in indigestion, constipation, biliousness, headaches, bad breath, belching and gas on the stomach. A small cW is all that is required. The druggist wi refund your money if it fmile to do as promised....

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. — 7 February 1919

The Daily Register, Richmond, Madison County, Ky.,Friday Afternoon, February 7, 1919 The Itching and Sting of BI Seems IJTc- ft, Rlr f n tC,"!K:VJ ..-"fcC"m There is a rtflrrnasin caused by Eczema that almost be- r VJ W comes a torture The itching is al most unbearable, and the skin seems cn fire with the burning irritation. A cure from local applications of ralves and ointments is impossible, because such treatment can only al lay the pain temporarily. The disease can only be reached by going: deep down to its source. The source of Eczema is ia the blood, the diseasA Kclnir infection which breaks out through the skin. That ia why the most satis factory treatment for all so-called skin diseases ! R S s nm v.;. edy bo thoroughly cleanses tne HooE that no imtmritiM Mn tflfnoin tint- ml bottle to-day at any drugstore, and' yoa wfil see results from the right treatment"- Write for expert medical advice. XL'h irH mn mm m aii'limit cost, by addressing Medical Director, awub Mooraiory, qua...

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. — 8 February 1919

TT ti ,e"4 - rr irm-m -n- I the weather ; Rain or snow tonight and Sunday; ' colder Sunday in west portion. Richmond, Madison County, Kentucky, Saturday Afternoon, February 8, 1919 Single Copy Five Cc - , ; . - . . - -' ! , : ' r Established 1565 53d Yeai No. 59 BIG DAMAGE SUIT TO BE TRIED NEXT WEEK W. N. Deering Asks $25,000 From L. & N- Morgan Evans Gets Judg menta Against R. R. For Hogs. Circuit court adjourned over Satur day after a week of hard work in which a lot of litigation was cleared off the docket. The feature of next week's court will 'probably be the big damage suit of W. N. Deering against the L. & N. Railroad Company. Mr. I Wring, who was doing some work for the railroad at Beattyville, in some way fell from a scaffolding and sustained injuries which, it is alleged have crippled him for life. He has brought suit for $25,000 damages thro Attorneys Edwards, Ogden and Teak, of Louisville, and John Noland, of this city. The court suspended the three year sentence...

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. — 8 February 1919

.fl i ' - I, :'1 ? V CONSTIPATION j160"3011 County Ky.JSaturday Afternoon, February 8, 1919 And Sour Stomach Caused Tib Lady Hacli Suffering. Bladc- Draught . Relieved. Meadorsrffl Ky.Xrra Pearl Pmt rtfk. of this place, writes: "I was rsrr constipated. I had sour stomach and was bo uncomfortable, I went to Ute doctor. He gave me some ptlla. They weakened me and seemed to tear op my digestion. They would gripe me and afterwards it seemed I , more constipated than before. I aeard of Black-Draught and de- elded to try It.' I found It Just what I seeded. It was an easy laxative, and mot bad to swallow. My digestion soon Improved. I got well of the sour stom ach, my bowels soon seemed normal, no more griping, and I would take a dose now and then, and was in good nape. I cannot say too much for Black. Draught for It is the finest laxative !n can use." Thedford's Black-Draught has for many years been found of great Taluc in the treatment of stomach, liver and towel troubles. Easy to take, ...

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. — 8 February 1919

Jjfe jaRegisterRichmond, Madison County, Ky.,Saturday Afternoon, February 8, 1 9 1 9 r r 1 r. t S ; .o v 1 n Thro: Vlhambra; . Opera-Houo Opes 7 U 19A9 P. M. DOROTHY DALTOn me Honest Thief," a 2-reeI Picture her among champagne and rose in a cabaret. - Surely this is no place for a good girL least of all, when her husband is away. Yet, she is a wife any man might" well be proud of. SEE for yourself QUICKSAND will make you think more. m . .. comedy-drama and a war re- "QUICKSAND," view. Open 2 to 5:30 Pi If. mission 20 cents War Tax included SATURDAY tt i ( NOT HOW CHEAP BUT HOW GOOD FOR SERVICE and QUALITY IN COAL and FEED F. H. GORDON PHONE 28 Social and Perscsal MiTcnm Hendricks, Miss Mary F. Marram and Mr. Geo. Pnce Hendricks, both residents of this I . a. W 5 9 Utv were mamea at jyvansoaie f n- Ly af -ernoon, Dr. D. H. Mstherlj f fcdating:. A large number of reis er and friends were present. Im- Cnediatoly after the ceremony, they Untcred to the home of the groom In khe country,...

Publication Title: Richmond Daily Register
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond daily register. — 8 February 1919

The Daily Register, Richmond. Madison County, ICy., Saturday Afternoon, February ""8. 1919 Baby Girl Dies of Flu . i t't! ' I i i. I ! r ;! ! ' if: i ? 1 r .4 it -)t' 1 1 Great National Daily Paper All ForOnly For Six Months So'uth's Leading Farm Paper For One Year Leading National Magazine For One Tear ...OR- - a a I Duys inese two papers W 1 m a M ureat National Daily f aper For Three Months South' Leading Farm Paper For One Tear PEACE TERMS Now are being debated by the international delegates assembled at the Paris Congress. Gigantic RECONSTRUCTION plans for the rehabilitation of the devastated regions will be de termined. There most be greater FOOD SUPPLIES for the millions in the enemy countries as well as among the al lies and in America. Thus arises the FARMER'S PROBLEMS in the after-the-war program. Every fanner must keep posted on European affairs through a DAILY NEWSPAPER that pays particular attention to foreign news. The only one in this territory is THE LOUISVILLE COURI...

Publication Title: Richmond Daily Register
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond daily register. — 10 February 1919

EM3 MTMM THE WEATHER For Kentucky: Fair; warmer to night and Tuesday. - " ' Established 1 865 53d Year No. 60 Richmond, Madison County, Kentucky, Monday Afternoon, February 1 0, 1919 Single Copy Five Cc - 1 - - - - - i - - : I0THER IN ISRAEL GOES TO REWARD Mr. Margaret a. iioianu I eaceiuuy . V 1 W Falls To Sleep At Home Near Union City Saturday. On Saturday, February 8th, lira. . T 1 SF . A L j; .trcnrel li. rxo lanu aiea at ner some ..r Union City, In tola county. She r.m in Madison county, Kentuc- kv. n ucxoDer xoro, xouv, ana at me t y of her death was in her 89th voa-. Death came as a result of a gradual decline incident to age.' Ap pa'ntly without pain or suffering she pr...-e to her well earned eternal rest an A f uture reward as the petal falls fom the flower, or as the leaf is waft e,i by kindly wind from the tree after Y.v-.v.z piven the full wealth of its luxuriance and beauty. Her last hour wert spent for the most part in quiet 8i peaceful sleep, her face now and th. n r...

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. — 10 February 1919

r The Daily Register, Richmond, Madison County, Ky.,Monday Afternoon. February JO, 1919 : i. ' i i t i ! . W i i t- r f v. ': A NERVOUS BREAKDOWN MUt Kelly Tells How Lydia . E. Pinkham's Vegetable tompound Restored Her Health. Newark, I. J. "For about three years 1 nfTered from nervous break down and pot o Weak I rotiM hnrr'lir Stand, and had hend- aches everv da v., I 7 tried everything I 1 couid think of ami was under a phy sician's care for two Tears. A girt friend cad used Lydia E. .Pink ham's Vcfo. I table Comnoand nnd she told me about tit. From thn firti- k dAV I tnrV it I fww-.. VcTnow I am well and have been recom Donnd ever since and cive von mv rwn. mission to publish this letter." Miss Flo Kelly. 476 So. 14th St, Newark, The reason thia t imrain rmt btuI h4 remedy, Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Kelly's case was because it went to the 1 M . I 1 1 rwi, ox ner crouoie. resiorea ner to a normal Wealthy condition and as result her nervousr-ess disappeared. .lull --ytk Richmond...

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. — 10 February 1919

The Daily Register, Richmond, !.!d:sca County, Ky..f.!saday Afternoon, February 10, 1919 NOT HOW CHEAP BUT h6w GOOD FOE SERVICE and QUALITY IN COAL and FEED F. H. GORDON PHONE 28 Social and Pcrxcsd Calendar. Monday at 2:30, the Clef Club will meet with Miss Elisabeth Hanger. Monday at 2:30, the D. A. R. will meet with Mrs. J. J. Greenleaf. Monday evening at 8 o'clock, the churches will have a reception for the Normal students, who are here, for the new term. Literary and musical pro grams will be given and refreshments served. , Tuesday afternoon at two o'clock, the Nullo will meet with Mrs. War field Bennett. Wednesday afternoon at 2:30, the Cecilian Club will meet with Mrs.' R R. Burnam on the Summit. Wednesday evening at 7 o'clock, the Teachers Training Class at Baptist church. Wednesday evening at 8 o'clock, dance at Masonic Temple by Victory Girls. Friday afetrnoon at 2:30, the Bap tist Missionary Society will meet with with Mrs. Mat Shearer on West Main street. f Friday aftern...

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. — 10 February 1919

i i 11111 lnt 1 r Sludged pr The Daily Register, Richrnonr 1. Madison County. Ky.i.!onday Afternoon, February 10, 1919 5 Coroner' Holds Inquest Orer Body of Baby TF7 M Experience has taught thousands that Instant Postom is better for the family than coffee "There's ? teosori Hooker Grocery Store tSacgaiinis Every Week Day Plenty of Brovnf Sugar i 4 3 1 4 3 The remains of the boy baby which were discovered near a culvert on the Lexington pike, Friday, were brought to town late Saturday by Deputy Sheriff Sant Bush. They were taken' to Neale Bennett's undertaking estab lishment where Coroner Tate empan nelled a jury and held an inquest Sun day morning. The' jury brought in the following verdict: - . . . We, the undersigned jury, find that the deceased body before us to be that of an unknown infant, found on a roadside about four miles from Rich mond, Ky., on the Lexington pike; and said body was placed there by un known hands to the jury; this the 9th day of February, 1919. D. T. Ferri...

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. — 11 February 1919

HMIH) IIMJM KJWGISTElt "A THE WEATHER . Generally fair tonight and Wednes day warmer tonight central and east' portion. Established 1 865 53d Yeai -No. 61 Richmond, Madison County, Kentucky, Tuesday Afternoon, February 11, 1919 EM3I , . . . . " - I Single Codv Five O fcAPS CAUSE TROUBLE AT PEACE CONFERENCE aid To Have Threatened War On China If Secret Treaties Are Published To World. (By Associated Press) Washington, Feb. 11 Japan's atti v toward China in the peace eon r, nee is causing grave apprehen n. According to official diplomatic : v.: 1 T.. u. . rtu.illy threatened war if China u ".!hed the secret treaties between -.e two countries and fails to carry c her agreement to make Japan the vrssor to Germany in all rights, ivporty and concessions held by Ger v.r.y at the outbreak of the European "! ina is relying on the peace cen-; r. jire where her delegates are said l ave made an excellent impression ,! is seeking the support of the Un ,!. States and Great Britain, al ii ch the C...

Publication Title: Richmond Daily Register
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond daily register. — 11 February 1919

Tie-Daily Register, Richmond ETadison County, Ky.Juesday Afternoon, February 1 1 ,1919 j 1 ; :1 i t r.v r:.- 4-. V , t i Richmond Daily Register S. M. Saufley, Editor & Proprietor Entered at the postoffice at Richmond Ky-, as second class mail matter un- 3er Act of ongress of 1875. lo City, by carrier, per week. .10c By mail, out of town, per year .S3.00 Cyrus Azbill Passes Away At Home Near Foxtown White Hall, Feb. 11. Mr. Cyrus AxbilL who has hn sufferer for several months with drop sy, passed away Saturday night about :avi ociock. He leaves a wife and six children three girls and three boys to mourn his loss. Mr. Asbill was a Splendid, upright gentleman. The funeral will take place in the Rich mond cemetery. The family have a host of fnends to sympathize with them in their bereavement. Mrs. Eugene Todd is in Lexington, having her ear treated- It has been giving her trouble since she had the influenza. fclrs. Noland Bonny is still improv ing. Her many friends will be glad to s...

Publication Title: Richmond Daily Register
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond daily register. — 11 February 1919

V f Hie Dy Register. Ricl-d, County, KyJTras&y Afternoon. February H, 1919 he said:- . fit's the quality Kf your coal Vhat count.' I believe it wise to frequently quote in my advertisement, these voluntary spressions of my customers. P. H. GORDON, Coal and Feed Social end Pcrscss! D. A. R. Meeting-. The BooneBborough Chapter D. A. R. was delightfully entertained by Mesdames A. TL Buraam and J. J. Greenleaf, at the home of the latter, Monday afternoon. The meeting was called to order bjr the Regent, Mrs. James W. Caperton, who was in the chair for the first time since hen elec tion to the regency. She presided with her usual charm of grace and dignity, and in the opening session, enthused all with a few appropriate remarks upon the work of the chapter and various phases of its activities. After the business hour, Miss Em ma DeJarnette gave an interesting account of General John J. Pershing's life. Mrs. Lewis Neale was next on the program but in her absence, Mrs. C A. Keith read a...

Publication Title: Richmond Daily Register
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond daily register. — 11 February 1919

'I ii. i i 5 1 lit ?t i s it i; ?! PS u .1 it. The Daily Register. Richmond. Madison County, Ky.Juesday Afternoon, February II, 1919 r For Constipation! Physic Purge or Laxative? WILHELM, COUNT BENTINCK Print SLovin ?' wo LI Everyone now and then becomes constipated, and mil lions are chronically in' that condition. The perplexing question arises what to use. Purgatives and cathartics are drastic and usually cause a reaction. Saline waters are rapid in action but do no more than empty the bowels. Just as certain an effect, and certainly a much more pleasant one, can be obtained by the use of a combination of simple laxative herbs with pepsin sold by druggists under the name of Dr. Caldwell's Syrup Pepsin. It acts gently, without griping. It is an especially ideal medicine for children, women, old people and others who find purges too powerful,. Only a teaspoortful is required, and by mprning the move ment is free and complete. A bottle in the house is insurance for the whole family ...

Publication Title: Richmond Daily Register
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond daily register. — 12 February 1919

El(DIHM(D)K HD MILS' THE WEATHER For Kentucky Probably rain to night and Thursday; little change in temperature. Richmond, Madison County, Kentucky, Wednesday Afternoon, February 12, 1919 Single Copy Five Ccr.' MR. ktabhshed l&tt 51d YearNo. 62 I:. Roosevelt Day Observed In compliance with the request of council of National Defense, mem orial services for Theodore Roosevelt wrre held at churches all over the country last Sunday. On Sunday ev ening at the Christian church. Dr. Carponter had arranged such a ser-vii-'-' and in his address paid a tribute to the great American worthy of his hrsrf share in the world's work. The uker's eulogy of the sturdy states man was comprehensive and convinc irc, and as he summed up his charac t. -ittics as great in mind and body : vA soul,, the audience felt it was well . i rved. , Huns Elect President Tuesday (By Associated Press) Weimar, Monday, Feb. 10 The irman National Assembly has --ith little amendment The national Vesident will be elected...

Publication Title: Richmond Daily Register
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