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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond daily register. — 30 January 1920

rrn-n-r .'Rig mum id Daily JL Jd Established 1 865 55th YearNo. 26 Richmond, Madison County, Kentucky Friday Afternoon, January 30, 1920 Price Five Cents DETECTIVES GOME HERE FOR EVIDENCE Garrard Deaf -Mute Girl May Testify In Mysterious Murder Case In Louisville Search by Louisville detectives for evidence in connection with the mysterous murder of Rebecca Loveall, deaf-mute in a park there a few weeks ago, led two of the Falls City sleuths to visit Richmond a few days ago. They then went on to Garrard county where a young lady who is a deaf-mute, living near Buckeye, is said to have been interviewed by them. It seems that the Louisville de tectives are endeavoring to con nect John II. Mueller, a deaf mute printer, of Louisville, with the crime. lie was arrested but afterwards released on bond. However the authorities have not given up their idea that he knows something about the girl's death. He is said to have been seen in Cincinnati with her, although he is a married man and of ...

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 January 1920

' X- "V.. The Richciond Daily Register Richmond, Madison County,, 'Friday Afternoon, January 301920 i .gc 1 WO HARVARD'S MAN OF MYSTERY i Tell Us And We Will Get It For You ico H M 'lEoal SI M U j.eii i - o iia o Sand, Wall PI Fire Straw, Lorn COME IN AND HITCH WITH US COURT DAY-FUEE! TELEPHONE 85 Richmond Daih ister H. SA"CEXE"i. Editor kj tr&-ic4 Entered at the pottotlce la IMcHsacntl us second class man za.tt2- uatiet Act f Congress of 17. . V7hat Is ii -.' - Ask the farmc streets of Richmo. ... .7' come to toVn oftener inswer i meet on the .vhy ho closen't lhe.se days, and we'll venture that the majority of them 4ill answer: "The roads are too!coate(1 tongue, sour, gassy stom- bad." Ask ; several of them the first jache always trace this to torpid real muddy; day what part 'of the 'liver; delayed, fermenting food in county? they live in, and 'you'll fmdile howels. that tie greatt numltr' of thorn j Poisonous matter clogged in are frtfm along the host roads- tJ'e intestines, ...

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 January 1920

i c- 1 xBa3"S'C'6'B,944"ft'fc"A"' T7 inc tMtiuhuJiu uuiy icgisi:r toctunond. fVladison County, " Friday Afternoon, January 30, 1 VzU ' ' I PHONE 97 w e are'-almost here - and ready .complete d shortly and - 4 i ur Duiiain ana repairs wi our newihome open for our friend depart fu Jur store, as we will have It a year and brimming over with such a O 1 o permit our opening soon ot a at We wish we might open our now, with all its merchandise,. -.Dili -you present floor space wi departments,--followed by further additions as fast as ke room for them. - We appreciate the generous reception we have already gotten and have a big force of competent salespeople now on duty trying to take care of your requirements. They will meet you soon and plan with you your requirements. 7 ye i i ,oesn fro V very time you come to town. want o biiv or no lie you to come -in ana see . us e t make- any difference whether-you "V --r IV .; . , . i ' ' T . r siurc vuur iieauuumiGrs. icave yuur Dunu&es in m fr...

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 January 1920

fege Four URGES HARDWARE MEN TO ADVERTISE ONLY SIX STORMS AS SEVERE AS IN 50 YEARS .tit .fhe Richmond Daily Register Richmond, Madison iGoimty.Fhclay Afternoon January 30, 1920 Manager McSween and T. II. Col lins, of the Richmond Welch Company and Messrs J. H. and Cecil Oldham attended the convention of the Ken tucky Hardware, and Implement Deal ers' Association at Louisville this week. According to most of those in" attendance a big feature of the con vention with an address J by J. M. Campbell, of Bowling Green,-. vMo., president of the national association Mr. Campbell ; gave , th,e;' members many valuable suggestions and urged upon them the necessity of continuous newspaper advertising-., "'Merchandising is a science and should be studied like law, medicine, art, music," declared Mr. Campbell. According to the speaker the study of trade possibilities is a most impor tant factor, and knowledge of the "TOtlation, industry and wealth of a .' .immunity must .be acquired. . "To be an...

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. — 30 January 1920

Pace Fiv : ALHAMBRA MATINEE ,ir OPERA HOUSE f ' NIGHT Prices' 20c, 3c, War Tax Included SATURDAY THE GREATEST WESTERN PICTURE EVER MADE YOU'LL WANT TO SEE IT! ' . Dust in Farnum in "A Chan's Fight" THRILLS! SUSPENSE! LOVE! EVERYTHING TO MAKE A REAL 'PICTURE" GOOD PEARL WHITE in Hear the Derson. Musical Five. They're great! 'THE BLACK SECRET' Mutt and, Jeff Cartoon k:v. : f fiie KicKmond Daily Register, PIcHmond Madison County friday Afternoon, January 30, 1 920 This Tells You How to Get Benefit of the Best Senna Finest Grade of Egyptian Senna Leaves used in compounding Dr. Caldwell's Syrup Pepsin. -TV ROMINENT importers and Jj wholesale dealers in crude ' drugs arid medicinal herbs gathered from all parts of the World do toot hesitate to say that the market for the better crades of mcdicinal herbs, roots, oils, etc., ,ang manufact urers of thcso-caLcd package medicines, who buy only the very best, and that the manu facturers of Dr. Caldwell's Syrup. Pepsin are the largest users of t...

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. — 30 January 1920

The Richmond Daily Register chmon J, Madison County; Friday' Afternoon, January 30, 1920 We are grinding new com, if you have any to sell or want to exchange for meal, come to see us. MILL The L. & N. is 5,000 cars short of its rightful, number. L- JJ ! Yellow Mustard For Sore Threat, Tonsilitis Old fashioned remedies are often the best.- Yellow Mustard in the form o poultice, has been n s e a v to r g e iterations for soreness, . in flamm a tions, ' con gestions, and s w e 11 ing s with most W suits . but- it blistered. ; - Heat eases pain and Begy's Mustarine made of ' pure yellow mustard, together with 'other pain relieving ingredients is just as hot, but quicker, cleaner, and more effective and cannot blister. When your throat is sore, when )-ou have pleurisy, bron chitis cr a pain-shooting chest cold you can get speedy and last ing relief with this most effective preparation because heat eases pain 30 and 60 cents at druggists or bv mail, S. C. Wells & Co., Le Roy; N. Y...

Publication Title: Richmond Daily Register
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond daily register. — 30 January 1920

1 f IheKichmond Daily Register Jftchmoncl Madispn'Couiity," Friday Afternoon, January 30, 1 920 Page Seven 5 WW o rrrn ; 1 O ... i f m a i8 m : & n i 8 cS O O - w 8 O b b: r 1 I ' With the end in view of giving our cusjoiners the best there is in every line, w e have added a Dry Cleaning Department to pur plant. We will be able to handle all. your work, including Ladies' Goods, Men's; Suits, Overcoats and the most deli catework of all kinds, commencing, February 1st, 1920. Just put all your, work in, one bundle and our driver will call for it. We will also be able to give quick service on pressing and rapid deliveries. Thanking you for your business and assuring you that we are ready at all ti mes to serve you, we are O o o g o o o o o o G o o o o o o o o o o o o o o Q 8 I s 8 8 o c Phone 352 '9 - B. Z. McKinney, Owner "The Plant' That Quality Built" Send, if metis 1. n TO TtlQ TAUH.C . O 0 OO OOOOOOOOOO OOOO SHERIFFS SALE OF LAND fou stat n. rorxTV ami SCHOOL. TAXKS Notice is h...

Publication Title: Richmond Daily Register
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond daily register. — 30 January 1920

Page Eight The ruLmnond Daily Register, Richmond Madison County, Friday Afternoon, January 30, 1 920 - - BIG - ((natty To be sold at These kettles, were left over from our recent sale of Aluminum Ware, and retailed at $1 .49 at that time. The supply is limited, and you'll have to be on time in order to get one. Sale starts at 1 p. m. end closes at 3 p. m. yv:y-t;,, .;mm.,v,:i UIBISIllU WATCHING MEXICAN REDS (liy Associated Press) Mexico City, Jan. 30. The United States government, in its fight against Bolshevism, is exercising a strict censorship on mail from the Mexican states of Tamaulipas, Yuca tan, Vera Cruz, Sinola and Sonora, pay newspapers of this city which as sert the information comes from gov ernment sources. It is said here that the above named states are regarded I AM GLAD TO 1 PE-RU-NA Glad to Try Anything' "Three years ago my system was in a terribly run down con dition and I was broken out all over my body. I began to be wor ried about my condition and I was Rind to ...

Publication Title: Richmond Daily Register
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond daily register. — 31 January 1920

Established 1865 55th Year No. 27 ROBBERS BLOW CRAB ORCHARD BANK About $4,000 Secured In East End of Lincoln Financial Institution. (By Associated Freas) Crab Orchard, Ky., Jan. 31 Robbers entered the Crab Or chard Banking Company's build ing during the night, tore the door from the vault,, escaped with about $4,000 in securities and postage stamps. News received here is to the ef fect that the main vault was not entered, but some money that was on the outside was taken, the amount is not known. Henry L. Newland, who had about $600 in bonds there, lost them. The bloodhounds were sent for but at the latest reports nothing had been learned. Deputy Sheriff Lewis was called from Stanford about seven o'clock and imme diately went to the scene of the robbery, but was unable to obtain any clue. Cashier II. G. Skiles, who is Lincoln county's representative in the legislature, was at home, hav ing gotten in about midnight. During his absence his brother, Raymond G. Skiles, is attending to th...

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 January 1920

1 lfie kicnmoua UaUy Kegisier : Kichniond, Madison Lounty, Saturday Afternoon, January 31, 1920 t ciC 1 WO 1 e - jr ! ; .1 V f v I J f -r - . iY . - ' ; ' ' it.-'- ' ' T' ' i . . .- i: it fir l" : 'Wilton . ,. r ... . Ask you neigtijbcir about this Coal. i( its; Burning Qualities TELEPHONE 33 Richmond Dai!? Register Editor mmi Prrlt Entereu .i the postcfflc la RlcHBiona a Mcond class man KAttsr under JLct 9t Contrresa of If 75. World Launches Hoover Boom The New Yoik World on January 21 published a lengthy editorial Vig-on-v ly urging Herbert Hoover for the Presidency- The support of the World was pledged to the Hoover candidacy without qualification. The World will support him on a Republi can, Democratic or Independent plat fnu. The strong .claims of Mr. Hoover for consideration as a XV.-.'i-dential possibility are outlined by the World with foi cr and with a good deal of convictio. Tlie world sees in him the biggest personality that has emerged from the great war a man who knows ...

Publication Title: Richmond Daily Register
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond daily register. — 31 January 1920

" . I lHe KicnmondLauy register Richmond. Madison County, Saturday Afternoon, January. 3 1 , 192U ALHAMBRA Monday Artcraft Pictures Preiani lTk Teeth of the Tiger' 27 reei Mysttricas, Sensational, Stt?pendcas, Production Ycu Want To Sec Without . - Fail WM. DUNCAN IN "SMASHING BARRIERS" SNUB POLLARD IN TOUGH LUCK" TUESDAY WEDNESDAY & THURSDAY " D. W. Gritnth!s . . ' S1I MATINEE WALLACE REID IN "THE LOTTERY MAN" 2 reel comedy and Weekly Also DiKi-iya Musical Jr'iyf- irtV Werk OPERA HOUSE ; NIGHT Prices 20c & 39c War Tax Inc. "BROKEN BLOSSOMS" with Lillian Gish and Richard Barthelmess . 8 f to i K t: 8 r t $: r i r i i 4 - T 4 1! , i. $ i V '4 ! J DELCO-LIGHT ; The complete Electric Light and Power Plant Simple in construction, 'dur: able, depenable, and efficient in' operation.: '' Madiscn Elec. & Plumbing Co. Incorporated t Phone 433 R'chrncnd, Ky. PERSONAL AND SOCIAL Adams Fritz Miss Gertrude Adams and Mrs Col eman Christopher Fritz were mar ried Thursday afternoon at t...

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. — 31 January 1920

fhe Richmond Daily Register Richmond; Madison County. Saturday Afternoon; January 3 1 , 1920 i ugc i oar n 9 i : IT HASL:ARRIEOr The car of Feed we-have advertising is on track. You can save money, by taking out of car. Bring your wagon at once SEWELL & McKINNEY Phone 1 6 and 223 . SAVED FROM HAREM raft. Armenian Girls Rescued from Turks Being Taken to Near East Relief Home. The three pretty Armenian girls in the auto are taking a real "joy ride," Joyful having another meaning from that generally associated with auto riding here. They have been rescued from the harem of a Turk after four years of shameful servitude and are being taken to one of the Near East ' Relief rescue homes. ?T.- v.-onder they are smiling for the first time since their captivity. The Near East Relief is caring for many thousands of these girls until they can find their relatives. Also it Is working to save 250,000 orphans and over a million adults from starvation this winter. That Is why K la making a nati...

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. — 31 January 1920

flic Kichmond Daily Register, Richmond Madison County, ; Saturday Afternoon, 'January 31,1 920 Pace Five 3HIOMIE ISlLJIIEi . y S3 J'q, Bi(f. & V-' " . ousan womanr taee O .X s s . nPilAT'3 vhat users say about Delco ' T -1 - Light," the complete electric plant. Levi Stout, Coffee Creel:," Montana, says: "I would not take $2,000 for my Delco Light if I could not get another' Albert Knoepke, Moccasin, Montana, says: "I would rather quit the ranch than do vithout Delco-Light" "Why are these nea so enthusiastic? It's because Dclco-Light, with its success ful air cooling, its cne place to oil, its kero rene burning engine and production of four kilowatt hours of electricity per gal lon of fuel, gives thcrn maximum service with minimum attention. The experiences cf more than 75,000 satis fied users prove these things to be true of Delco-Light Dclco-Light brings to your farm or country home every comfort and convenience of the moct modern and up-to-date city residence. Write, phone or ...

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. — 31 January 1920

Pa ge Six ffjjglnie Richmond Dafly RegBtergchmohJ, Madison County, Saturday Afternoon, January 31, 1920 ' I V"'- iJ -, - ' S-pVfi i-ry AfS-:' Richmond DaflyRegUte . Rchmond Daily, Register E g" '' ' . ' " - "J- f I IRIC I1D i-lllUCI O'thv F AT ft nEi HHTrtBl " (VjfnilMT OTDB IWJTr Pirvr - xinm I . . L . I: sS .- -' i ! .-"-t t 1 i-i i .: ( -i i r. is ;- t I "-- i -: : . i- v is 1 . - ! i ' its . j V. ! I" Paige Chandler Cleveland Place your order now for Spring delivery NEED A NEW TOP? If your car needs a new top or if the curtains need repairing, bring it to our shop. Mr. Ed. Mixon. a skilled top maker is in charge of this deparment and we guarantee first class work. E. S. WIGGINS A m.m V -norney-a.-iaw Oldham BIdg. Richmond, Ky. Friends have been lost through the giving of advice. Yet our customers tell us that a good way for them to gain new friendships, is to advise the purchase of a Cadillac. LEXINGTON CADILLAC 00 Corner Main and Spring Streets LEXINGTON, KY. mm EVERY AUTOMOBIL...

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. — 31 January 1920

Ihe Richmond Daily Register Richmond Madison County Saturday Afternoon, January 3 1,1 920 Page Sever ' : ' " - ' I RFW-WfiTlAI IIHR lW Vip -:'tiilltiiliigBii an '( ..7.; ' ' ;" ; ?.: . ; ,,;;.,.,...'.,. -L ; , UNITED STATES SOLID TRUCK TIRES (Sunrnntertl nsalnwt defects an long ns they stick together, Irrespective of luilejipr ami- giiaraatrrd not, to iieel or strip oflf. SERVICE PROMPT All sIicji carried in "stock at nil times, ltrins your truck over. We'll equip it with Vnitetl States Solid Truck Tire and ceml It home with out delay. PNEUMATIC AN? SOLID FOR TRUCKS LET IS WORRY A01;T YOlIt TIKE THOI IILES" SERVICE TIRE CO STAXLEV FROST J- F' StrnWIY 224 EAST MAIJT STI1KET, LEX1SOTOX, KV. Proposed By Louisville Auto Club Meeting With Much. Favor By Motorists. Here WK Alt 13 EXCM'SIVR AGEXTS FOR TIIK FAMOl'S . MOHAWK QUALITY TIRES AND TUBES ' 3Iade lU'tter Last tongor Vay 3Iilcsssre Dividends NO SHODDY, RECLAMED RUBBER OR FILLERS we deliver 3Ioliavk Tires and make changes free anywhe...

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. — 31 January 1920

J Page Eight ' The iMuTn.iond Daily Register, RicKmond Madison County, Saturday Afternoon, January 3 1,1 920 lv V I; 1 '1 THE UNIVERSAL CAR 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 alone, it will be found a &rczt 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. RichmondMotorCo Incorporated GREAT INCREASE IN TOBACCO SALES (Bv Associated Preaa) Washington, "Jan. 31 Stocks of leaf tobacco sold by manufac turers and dealers January 15 in creased approximately 83,000,000 pounds over the same date a year ago. ' i '. .' v .,- - MILLION POUNDS v WAITING TO U...

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 February 1920

rrn Established 1865 55th Year No. 28 , Richmond, Madison County, Kentucky . Monday Afternoon, February 2, il 920 , Price Five Cehts HANGER REPRESENTS EIGHTH DISTRICT On State Committee Which Has Full Charge . of Reorganiza tion of Democracy Democrats everywhere are rrtich pleased with the efforts at reorganization of the state lead ship as so far made. A promi nent Democrat has been named from each congressional district. The member lor the Eighth Con gressional district is Col.v Harry B. Hanger, -of Richmond. Asso ciated with him are men of ,the same type, leaders in everything they undertake, and if they can not inject new life into the organ ization of the yarty, no one can. The Cincinnati Enquirer Sunday had the following concerning the appointment of this new execu tive committee and its personnel : The reorganization of the Dem ocratic party in the state is in ac tual process. The committee of five, headed by Judge Charles A. Hardin, Chairman of the State Central and Executiv...

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 February 1920

- it : Page Two the Richmond Daily Register Richmond; Madison County.Monday Afternoon; February 2, 1920 i - Don't Neglect ' GIVE THEM YOU CAN BUY THE BEST FROM 4Ld COAL, FEED, LIME, PHONE 1 10-room house. Lot 100x342 ft. lent home. modern. Excel- room house, t SOxlOO ft. moderr. Lc 5 room house. Lot 40x100 ft. At a bargain. 3 1-2 acre farm at edge of city limits. 5 room bungalow. All necessary outbuikliuc:::.. This placo can be -aid for the lirst vcar if land is used for tobacco. . 3 room house, den. Splendid good gar oca tion. 8 12 acre farm. Every foot tillable. Also a store room Now leased. 6 miles from Richmond on best pike. 300 acre j.axm, good hous -and barn,"?5 acres bottom 'land, close' to High School Possession immediately. to 70 acre farm, good tobac co land, good dwelling, ail outbuildings, on pike 1 1-4 mile from Rich mond. 60 acre farm .i miles from good Tins at a Richmond on house and 1 farm can be sacrifice. pike, jam. L ought I 1 lot. splendid location for -a residen...

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 February 1920

r-- Paget ALHAMBRA v , MATINEE OPERA HOUSE v NIGHT Priori 20c and 30c, War Tax Inc. TONIGHT "THE TEETH OF THE TIGER" 2 Reel Artcraft production. "Smashing Barriers." Snubs and Pollard comedy. Tuesday three big stars in one pfcture. Just look! Wallace Reid, Wanda Hawley, Harrison Ford in "THE LOTTERY. MAN" . tcmwuh7h'Luumhiwt "The Schoolhouse Scandal," 2 reel Fox Sunshine '.' comedy and a weekly also. Hear the Dershon Musical Five Here All Week - Wednesday And Thursd, D. W. Griffith's "BROKEN BLOSSOMS" LILLIAN GISH And RICHARD BARTHELMI Hie Richmond Daily Register Richmond, Madison County. : Monday Afternooii,' February 2,1920 ' - ' ' r n it ' it hi V n hi . M - I 4- ft s. S5 Hi it a- J ' if a.. Tea or Coffee often disagrees with, some one m the fam ily: . An easy way to $et away from Such, annoyance is to drink. 15 ry : IhstaktOa PERSONAL AND SOCIAL Calendar Monday at 10 o'clock, The Executive Monday at 10 o'clock The Executive Board of Tates Creek Association in the 1st Baptist chu...

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 February 1920

1 r Hie Ridimon'dDafly Register Richmond. Madison Coiinty,: Monday Afternoon; February 2, 1 920 :iin"rri rin .nt.? LBm - V The largest electric sign in the world advertises Ail on Tisnss Square, New York City: it is 250 feet Ions, 70 feet high. Made up of 17,286 electric lamps The fountains play, the trade mark changes, read ing alternately WRIGLEVS SPEaPilINT, 'OOUBLEMINT, and JUSCV FRUIT, and the Spearmen "do a turn." This sisti is seen nightly by about 500.CCO people from all over the world. Kept Right A7 HEiiSD ABOUT TOVri 'Mrs. Chester' Barrow 25 years daughter Howard R. Watts,, at'Winsflester of pneumonia. old, died Miss Julia Johnson was (married to Eddie. Weitzel, State ,; pure food inspector- at Frankfort last .weekr Mr. Weitzcl is one of the proprietors of the Capital Hotel.' r; ; ' A case of whisky alleged to, have been lost in truck transportation V6f consignment to Cincinnati, 'wa lound by two school boys atjjticanpiad held at the home of Joseph Becetl near Cynthiana un...

Publication Title: Richmond Daily Register
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