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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond daily register. — 26 January 1920

FT 1 MM Established 1865 55th Year No. 22 Richmond, Madison County, Kentucky Monday Afternoon, January 26, 1920 Price Five Cents COUNTY'S ASSESSMENT IS $24,937,880 Tax Commissioner Completes Work Law Proposed To Val ue Land Every Four Years ' County Tax Commissioner Ben R. Powell and his efficient As sistant Will Adams, have just fin ished making lip the assessment list for ttTe taxpayers of Madison county. The total assessed valu ation of taxes for the coming The value of lands and improve- merits of the county as set forth in the assessment, is placed at $14,S57,140. j Number of acres of land, 267, 958. Number of town lots, 2,421. Value of lots and improvements $3,033,520. Total value of tangible jerson al property, 1,756,340. ' Total value of live stock, $1, 755,340. Number 6f polls, 6,215. Male dogs, 1,939. Female dogs, 297. Intangible personal property, $3,494,870. Bank shares, $661,370 Exemptions, $620,700. year, is placed at $24,937,880. Land will be listed for assess ment bu...

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. — 26 January 1920

&? JUpii&y&U; hiQdmiry26,; 1920 -.. v ( MANHATTAN S RIGHT .1 ' V " - i jFi . 5.t . I (( MANHATTAN S RIGHT! CAN YOU NAME ONE OF i urn o i ww i nc ui r ict pur 110 Acre Farm ror jdie Four miles from Richmond on the best pike in the county; 13 roqm house, modern ; 1 stock barn ; 1 big tobacco barn ; all built in 1919. : 45 Acres Under Cultivation five acres of timber, remainder in rrac Tlii l.-mil mil bp bought ,ior $25 'le-ss per acre than other lands can be bought for the same location. Possession given at once. For information ing this farm see i regard- FREEMAN REALTY CO. Office Over Citizens Nat'l. Bank Phcne 211 Richmond, Ky. VV. B. Freeman E. P. Caldwell L. W. Dunbar If the City Had a Martini, Would it Be a "Greater" New YorkT TH 0OROU6HS 6F6RftTr? NcW TQRKiY LITTt MAN ? rfHlS BOY KlCttf UER61 Glancv Kids r . wV r - 1 .; I i ' mau,uwi.. I XV V NAME ANOTHER? ' ; ' ? ? 1 9 by tha McClur Newnpaper Syndlct j 1 . jf' ... i. i i i i i v m m icssness ana tne necessity ot na...

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. — 26 January 1920

1ri( IticHm i - - ALHAMBRA TUESDAY A Paramount Picture "Back To Nature Girls" 2 reel Sunshine Comedy and Pathe News Weekly HEAR THE. ' r- DERSHON MUSICAL FIVE ' HERE ALL WEEK BY POPULAR DEMAND WEDNESDAY ;& THURSDAY VIVIAN WIN in "The Official Fiancee" OPERA HOUSE DOUGLAS FAIRBANKS IN . -:-r PRICES 20c AND 30c War Tax Included HIS MAJESTY the AMERICAN - 4 ' r I, k V f A o 1 'V. O r- -- The Drink used in place of tea and coffee Instant Postum Costs less to com fort as well as to purse AfoRaSseln Price. 5 PERSONAL AND SOCIAL ? .i piano Club Miss Frances Mays will entertain tlje. Piano Club this (Monday) after- nqon at her heme on West Main street. . - Engagement Announced The following clipping from the k Lexington Leader, will be of interest here, Miss Scrivner, the bride-elect, being a former Madison county girl, who moved with her parents .to "NAME "BAYER" ON f :; GENUINE ASPIRIN Safe, Proper Directions In Each T . "Bayer" Package :The "Bayer Cross" placed on '.tablets means you...

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. — 26 January 1920

4--i "--U V. K- 5 Septo-maiigaii ;o OjO o o O O O O O O O Q o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o oo o o o op o o MAKES RICH RED BLOOD W:.iK'lrt';-;t6te:N:"off: is o o p o p 4 Helps Restore Thin, Run-Down Men And Women To Vigorous Full-Blooded Health That Well Known Grade . ' -1 Recommended By Physicians cur o p. 2 8 o o & S I S- . Z!3 "3 i Only '25 Bags Left 97 per- cen $'3 t'Dure V- Better Phone If (ii Cant Come Right In Co Incorporated Phone 97 row o o o o o o Q G O O G O O O o o p s o o 0 o Q o o o o o o o o o o G o o Sold In Liquid Or Tablet Form The Name "Glide's" The Guide To The Genuine First Idea of Sleeping Car. In 1S5G. on the 2d of December the first patent for a sleeping ear was Is s;uel 10 Theodore Woodruff, the in ventor. The idea was developed by Webster Wagner two years later, and by George Pullman in 1S59. Chinese Engineers Chinese locomotive engineers have the gentlest sense of touch with "the airbrake of any In the world. A break in two is almost unheard of. an...

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. — 27 January 1920

Y 71' , i Established . 1 865 5'5 th Year No. 23 Richmond, Madison County, Kentucky Tuesday Afternoon; January 27, 1920 , f rice Five Cents ei -JOLEi o s V o ate Goes ork at Court of Appeals Dissolves In v junction Against Collection of Fees Opinion With cf Fees Opinion Awaited With Interest The toll gate goes back-on the Clay's Ferry bridge on the Rich mond and Lexington pike, at the Kentucky river. '- . News was received from Frank fort Tuesday that the Court of Appeals sustained a motion made by the Clay's Ferry Bridge Com pany to dissolve the injunction granted by Judge Shackelford in circuit court against collection of toll until the case should be tried out. As the law and facts in the question at isue were set forth fully in these preliminary steps, it is expected, that unless the opiri . ion of the state's highest court should indicate possibility of some further action, that the case is now closed, so far as securing removal of the toll gate through the courts. Receipt of t...

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. — 27 January 1920

1 nt Page Two " lhe Hichmond Uaiiy Kegister Kichmond, itladiSQn lounty, 1 uesday Afternoon, January 27, 1920 THE i cotta Go eAsyro pAy causc ionlv DION T IT6LLY0U NOT -but noM.e j Donr CAr ryorHfrv WCottwo pcucrAtf'XfiAT'ifr haftcr last me AFTER MDMOeS TO 6eO-M6 AN PP SIT J untjl tbwsht. i 5lpoyeKiP5 LIKE you 6AT ANYM0f?6 Of Cflew around You T505 MUCH 'CAUS6 VPfW'CHBW UKStTY. CASTNifeHT fer wi nDUTfld iv.ci.ftAMrDU I Hon Tf GOTTA SOMCTHIN' U)Hti YA CAN'T 5TAND A CHEW- WITH M ITS 0lFF6ftfiT. r a V DEATH WHAT CH rX -CH CWiN. HOMC A DOZtN YLVG or ToBACceR, an Without V6n patzn Ar -Eros-; When He Gets Home He'll Chew Soap eve i carvel) uptew . kok I GOTTA HA PC SLIGHT NOW I . Aches, .pains, nervousness, .diB culty in urinating, often mean, serious disorders. The workfs standard remedy for kidney, liver, bladder and uric acid troubles- COLD MEDAL BUT TfCN LOOK-AJ Hfc COOLANT FIND NONE STOMACH I feOT- iT5 local t , 1 J0lTr I t l YAH bring; quick relief :' and often ward off - deadly disea...

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. — 27 January 1920

Ths niclinr.cJ DoLy l ..cr. J. i..-.c:i lJcur.Iy. Tuesday nUcrncc.i, z. , 1 7 3 TW iCO-UGHT ftte Dwctric Lisht and Power Plant Endorseffc&. more than 75.000 satrefiedfipj!rsthrbughout the Madison iKlrc. & Plumbing Co. IrtJboroorated Phone433 Richmond, Ky. Mays which occasion was also a birth day celebration, and quite a number of the young hosts friends (were asked to participate. Those who were on the program were: ' Miss Jessie Burn am, Miss Margaret Greenleaf, Miss Margaret Green, Miss Elmer Cath erine Douglas, Miss" Sara Luxon and Miss Olivia Colyer "the three latter members of the Chromatic Club. Af- the musical hour, games were enjoyed followed by a bountiful birthday feast The host received a number of gift? from her young friends. PERSONAL AND SOCIAL .Piano Club On Moncll afternoon the Piano Club was enim (Ruined by Miss Frances mm RHEUMATIC MSHITHARD Have Sloan's Liniment ready for j, '. those sudden rheumatic -twinges DONT let that rheumatic pait or ache find you w...

Publication Title: Richmond Daily Register
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond daily register. — 27 January 1920

Page Four THe Richmond Daily Register&fcKmond. Madison County, ..Tuesday Afternoon; January 27, T920 1 - 4 I A ff n 6 . (L o o o 0 o o 0 o o f ft I v. - is ' fr-- ilV mm F 11 MM. t :-:-r iri w 'j ' " f W ' ' ' I : I 1 A l BTHERN DOG DERBY TO BE RUN MARCH 17 W ft1 VA V.-ORLCS 13 H MM (;; r ! 3 : !. : i It ' i Calumet Baking Powder forms the very foundation of kitchen economy. IV is the best way to reduce the high cost of living. There is nothing you can do nothing you can use that will help so much in keeping down food expense. - A T TTH r I M ' e J t jrSrvg' fu-uiviiii issopeneciiy t'V "Fta quality that bake-day faii 5 ure is absolutely impossible. Nothing is wasted, spoiled or thrown away. - Everything .used with CALUMET fiour, sugar, eggs, shortening, flavor ingis converted into the most whole some bakin &!2&s Most Palatable and Swsetest of Foods You save when you buy it moderate in cost. You save when you use it has more than the ordinary leavening strength therefore ...

Publication Title: Richmond Daily Register
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond daily register. — 28 January 1920

Th MilElRTS -u. u a u vi Established 1 865--55th YearNo. 24 Richmond, Madison County," Kentucky Wednesday Afternoon, January 28, 1920 Price Five Cents ' ' o :rrs GREAT QUANTITY OF BOOZE WAS SOLD ' ' By Wathen and Knebelkamp, Ev idence Shows, and They Are " Held To Grand Jury Louisville, Ky., Jan. 28 R. E. Wathen, distiller, and W. F. Kne belkamp, manager for the Wath en company, were held to the fed eral grand jury yesterday after a hearing before United States Commissioner Joseph A. Craft. They are held on charges of vio lating the prohibition laws and prohibition enforcement laws, failure to place revenue stamps on the whisky sold and defrauding the government of revenue tax. Sixteen witnesses were introduc ed by the government in the ex amining trial of Wathen, at the conclusion of which Judge Craft overruled the motion of the de fense asking for dismissal. ' - According to the testimony in troduced by the government, which was incontroverted by the defense, who placed no witness...

Publication Title: Richmond Daily Register
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond daily register. — 28 January 1920

i he Kichniond Wily. Register Kichmond, Madison County, Wednesday Afternbon, January 28,' 1 920 1W0 4 1 nexi Open the WILTON JEL W e J. A. HENRY COUNTY FARMS FOR SALi Woods & Douglas, Real Estate Box 16 Smithfield, Ky. We have a nice list of farms for sale, among them the follow-' ing bargains: 108 acres at $160 per acre 259 acres at .500 acres at 42 1-2 acres at. 67 acres at 87 acres at. . . . 97 acres at 135 acres at 36 acres at 240 acres at 100 acres at 234 acres at 132 acres at '85 acres at 100 acres at 220 acres at 130 acres at 282 acres at 82 1-2 acres at. 228 i-2 acre. 302 acres at. 135 acres at -173 acres at tf - S125 ner acre , . .$184 per acre . .$200 per acre . . .$260 per acre , . .$110 per acre . .$125 per acre . . .$250 per acre , . .$118 per acre . . .$160 per acre . -. . , f i. u per .uk ? per acre o per acre ; .i per acre .fcloU per acre . . .$150 per acre . . .Silo per acr . . .S225 per ac: . . .$160 per a ..bZUU per ..c.e . .522o per acre c. 1 . .S VO per acre...

Publication Title: Richmond Daily Register
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond daily register. — 28 January 1920

. v. Hie ruciunuau Uixuy iv-cyisicr ucii,..uuu. mctm&ou cuumv. WeGiiesday Hiternoon, January z.o, 1 7z,u ! i i.ui.m-mm!ijjiJJCVa.2i.u.j.uju?T .- .. - - ; : : : . . . - . t r f s r , Q SKIRTS, WAISTS, LINGERIE and Low prices and coFd. weather are rapidly clearing dur stocks. Visit our store at your earliest opportunity. ' : McKEE'S ' " 1 1 TKe Ladies Store PERSONAL AND SOCIAL C!of (Club . , , wiss !Iaric Lar.gfor!, secretary of the Clef Club was at her home in Hip;h street Morulay aftemcon the first division rendering:; the" program. Miss ; Elizabeth Shearer, Georgia Smilji, Elizabeth Kenick and Marion Giunchigliani gave the piano numbers and little Gladys, ( Virginia an Hannah Dean of the piano club play ed a duet.' A motion was made and carried' that each member on the program, in case of absence pay a fine or furnish a substitute. This club is one of the most . active, energetic and enthusiastic organizations among the seven of which Richmond boasts. The February meeting - wil...

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. — 28 January 1920

The Richmond Daily Regis tet flichmdnd Madison County, Wednesday ' Afternoon, January 28, 1 920 Page Four Yourself From The Pangs of Rheumatism THW Right Treatment Will Break Your Shackle. you who are afflicted with Rheu - tnatism know from experience just how excrntiating- the pangs of the disease are. You know also, if you have had rheumatism for any length of time that there is no real relief to be. expected from the use of liniments and lotions. 7 f Rheumatism- is a stubborn dis ease, and its pangs and pains cannot be wiped out as if by ma gic. A disease that is so, full of torture and renders; so many 'peb-f pie absolutely helpless,, is a deep ceated one; it -is not on .th"e;sur face, hence itcannot be: reached by external, surface., remedies. ; lt t Lotions, liniments and ointments 'applied to .the surface jnay . in some cases deaden the pain for the time being, but until you attack the disease at its foundation, you are snaking' no progress toward' a cure. Many forms of Rheum...

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. — 28 January 1920

fhe riichmond Daily Register, Richmond Madiscn County, Wednesday Afternoon, January 28, 1 920 Page Five CENSUS FIGURES GOME FROM WASHINGTON Enumeration About Completed in Madison Prominent rarmer Sends Clipping on Subject ' j ' ''.. ' ' - '" 1 : t . ' v.i.i". , , . r'-'i '' 7. . . o '6 i s v i Ex iPS- r- 1 . :- 'r'-"k vSf'i T?" N considering the installation o! a farm electric 111 : t r ' . J . J. plant, mora must.be taken into account than if I ' f . ' mere P"ce There, are other things of greater I 1 . I IlPS-s- 2r importance. ' : -. B - ir1- ' Z' You want to be sure you receive long years of j H , h 1:5' St aepcnaaDie service ci iuw uptHauui; uuu u(i.vH g I - iSi ,i Jt "E" N cocsiderlnc the installat'cn o! a farm elect . X plant, mora must.be taken into account than mere price. There , are otter things ot greater itnrortance. ' . You want to be sure you receive long years of dependable service ct low operating and upkeep - costj and be sure ths plant you msraxi wm ao ns 'G&&am...

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. — 28 January 1920

w Page Set rp" Tt ond .Daily Register, Richmond Madison County, WednesHay Afternoon, January 28, '1920 iSiSSIiYoff7 Gef the Sa&I Sad . Wea&cr Docs -Net Keep Great Crowds Away Frcra Dr. Mcrrlscn's Mest- Each Mzs'lfefc The rcvivaf - meetings at the Methodist church j continue vith increasing interest. "'Yesterday was an unusually' busy tiny. A Swift frCompaif 8:BB Eariip 1 K3 How They Affeetfecl You. During the twelvemonths ended November 1, 1919, (its "fiscal year), Swift. & Company transacted its large volume of business cn the smallest margin of profit in its history. ' Sales over $1,200,000,000.00 rmWiMpBMM Net earnings $13,870,181.34 Our shipments were in excess cf 5;5C0.GQ0,CC0 lbs. This means that our earnings were less than iVr, each pound shipped. I cents on each dollar of sales, or a quarter cf a cent on Consumer The average consumer eats about Vz lb. of meat per day 180 lbs. psr ' yc:i. If he purchased only Swift &z Company products he would have contributed...

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. — 28 January 1920

O O Ihe Kichmond Daily Register, Richmond Madison County, Wednesday Afternoon, January .28, ; 1 920 - ;i . .. ' o - , y & .- - Q ' . .. , - , A ! iT" l- "-- Page Seven Cur Undertaking Dcpdrtm-cnt, installed under the personal supervision of Mr. W. E. Richards, at the time we took ovr si ' ' . . " " , ' ' - P.r. Ncale Bennett tk Company, is as complete a service as can be found in Kentucky.. We are Highly appreciative of the considera- tion ve have had in this department from all parts of ihe count. It is our intention to furnish a service that will satisfy in every way, wiih ihoughifulncss and care, a quiet uncsicnlation, yet vvilh ascur ance that no detail will be omitted that may be necessary. And yet cur ccnace can be obtained upon the most reasonable terms, and we invite your patronage at any time that we can serve you. Our new A- funeral car is ihe latest in dceifm end eqrjnmcnt end of a quiet elegance that is apnroached by few'olher cars of the kind s r 1 -r-T- hp-;,',- m ...

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. — 28 January 1920

V Page Eight !Qi3 RicKmcnd Ddly Retc:PicKmoncl, Madison County, Wednesday Afternoon, January 28,' 1 920 .'4 i -, i THE UNXVEIR.S A t CAR 1 The Ford Model T One Ton Truck with Its' ' : manganese bronze worm-drive is. really a . necessity for the farmer because it solves his . problem of economic transportation from the farm to the city. - ' And in farm work lalone, it r ; ..'will be found a great money saver as well as a . . big labor saver. Has all the merits of the Ford car multiplied by greater capacity with greater strength. No extra cost in operation. .We'd . like to talk it over with every farmer.- Bring ' your Ford car to us for necessary repairs and thus get the genuine Ford parts and reliable Ford workmanship. t ichmondMotorCo Incorporated 1 A Modern Merchandising and Advertising By FRED P. MANN, Devil's Lake. N. D. . President North Dakota Retail Merchants Association We hnve a complete carload of rncrble bought for Spring delivery consisting of handcornely 'finished Moon a...

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. — 29 January 1920

V1 The . Li i LI U if 1 3M Established 1865 55th Year No. 25 Richmond, Madison County, Kentucky Thursday Afternoon, January 29, 1920 Price Five Cents o i ' GOVERNOR NAMES USELESS OFFICES And Urge Abolishing Them To Save Money More Auto Tax If Reads Bill Pass "(By Associated rjress) Frankfort, Ky., Jan. 29 The Senate today passed the resolu tion of Senator IlarfTss, of Wood ford county, providing for ap pointment of a committee of three to confer with Gov. Morrow about useless state offices and as sist in drafting bills to abolish them. The administration's- primary election amendment and nonpar tisan judiciary bills will be intro duced in the general assembly to day. The primary law applies only to state officers and leaves it to the governing authorities of a party to decide in what manner candidates shall be nominated. The non-partisan judiciary law will extend only to appellate and circuit judges. That senate resolution asking him for a list of the "314 useless offices" did not s...

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. — 29 January 1920

1 ' J- . ... " . '; '' v'l . I I . . .' ': Peige Two the Richmond Daily Register Richmond, Madison County, Thursday Afternoon, January 29, 1 920 .obks H V-'- ' Like lore Colfl5 Weather Order A Ton of That Famous s .t i'.j -. INCOME TAX MAN v HERE FEB. 2 TO 7 Wilton Jellico Coal Ask you neighbor about this Goal. its Burning Qualities He knows TELEPHONE 83 TELEPHONE 85 Our new plant on Second St. is about completed. In order to move and in stall the machinery, ' we will close Tebruray 2nd for one . week. Our plant -will be one of the best equipped plants in the state, and wc will be prc pared to give our cus tomers high class service. D Cleaning Co. ixie Dry We are grinding new corn, if you have any to sell or want to exchange for meal, come to see us. ILL DR. O.F.HUME Surgery and X-Ray Office over Perry's Drug Store ... Richmond, Ky. DR. CLAUD SANDLIN DENTIST Office over Oudham's Hardware Store TODD & SONS CONTK AC'TOItS AM V.l II.DKItS ' No-thinji too hiivie or too kmiiiII Hut i...

Publication Title: Richmond Daily Register
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond daily register. — 29 January 1920

TTie RidimonrJ Daily Register RicKmond, Madison County, Thursday Afternoon, January 29, 1 920 PageTKree ALHAMBRA AND Pack Your Troubles .JnJYpur jQld Kit Bag And J SMILE! SMILE! ;" S M I L E! FRIDAY Pack your troubles outside when you see Tom . in his latest photo- play. It's crammed full of smiles, giggles, laughs and roars. A 2 reel ; comedy "and a ' Burton Holmes Travelogue. Hear the - Derson Musical Five. They're great. SATURDAY DUSTIN FARNUM in "A MAN'S FIGHT" OPERA-HOUSE - PRICEBj20c AND 30c ' War Wax Included Is Coming In MTnbv'S 99 5 .' 6 r i.. o 1 Freedom from headaches, nervous- ness, indigestion and sleeplessness, which for mer tea and coffee drinkers experience after ; a change from tea or cof i fee to- TANT IMS 0 Soon proves "Jheres a Reason in for Postum Made by Postum Cereal Co. Battle Creek,Mich. pi The : Mac Fadyen Nocturne played by Miss Emma Oldham of the Clef Club evinced the natural ability of the .young musician as well as the careful and painstak ing student. ...

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 January 1920

TKe RIcKmon3 Daily Reglstet fticKmoncI, MacEson County, TKursHay Afternoon, January 29, 1 920 Page Four 1 THE UNIVERSAL CAB The Ford Model T One Ton Truck with its' manganese bronze x worm-drive is really a necessity for the farmer because it solves his problem of economic transportation, from the farm to the city. And in farm work alone, it will be found a great money saver as well as a -big labor saver. Has all the merits of the Ford car multiplied by greatercapacity with greater strength. No extra cost in operation. We'd like to talk it over with every farmer. Bring your Ford car to us for necessary repairs and thus get the genuine Ford parts and reliables Ford workmanship. ' RichmondMotorCo Incorporated "DANDERINE" PUTS BEAUTY IN HAIR AMERICAN CAFETERIAS 122 North Upper Street LEXINGTON. KY 7 South Main Street ; WINCHESTER, KY The best meal for the least money Home cookingSelf service It's ready You won't .have .to wait It's clean. Improved X-Ray Photography. . A A slass for X-r...

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