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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond daily register. — 12 February 1919

? X I: 'I if i i i lit i f':-t J 1- ; 3 r - i ft-. ?.'' Mm' i ill '.Hi ', 1.1 I 1 ' 5 ' 1 . I I, i u Vr .... i i ! I. i V T Tne Daily Register, Richmond, Madison County, Ky.,Wednesday Afternoon, Feb. 1 2, 1 9 1 9 f I I . D i n 1 1 Sale begins Tuesday Feb'y. 4th, closes Tuesday, Feb'y 184h Let us bring home to you the 'REASON WHY" of this Sale. Your coal bill, for instance, will tell yon. Also the thermometer. The weather has been so warm that winter sroods have not been needed, so we need to sell a lot of winter foods. That's clear isn't it? And Ton know we haren't had a hit of wmfor nd vnn know that winter goods will be a necessity daring January, Febrnray and March. - Wouldn't be surprised about April, either. But the BIG IDEA is winter goods at such BIG REDUCTOINS as you will see when you attend our BIG LOOM END SALE. Announcing this sale is no surprise. It would be a disappointment if we did not, as hundreds upon hundreds of people are waiting anxiously for it This annual erent ...

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. — 12 February 1919

The Daily Register, Richmond. f.!acEson County, Ky,;WWc Afternoon. Feb. 12. 1919 she said: "it's the quality 0f your coal that counts. 'Pieratt, who has recently been -mustered out of the service. All the good things of the season were served in a Imost appetizing manner, and the occa sion was very enjoyable to those for tunate enough to be included in the ' invitation. Covers were laid for Mr. land Mrs. Will Day and daughter, Mrs. F. M. Day and daughter, Mr. and jMrs. Everett Lackey and two daugh ters, and Mr. Dve LarWrv. all of Win. Chester, Mrs. John Farley, Mr. and Mrs. Sam DeJarnette, Mr. and Mrs. . . , . 'George DeJarnette Mr. and Mrs. Har- 1 t ucve it wise to frequently quote v wi. taa , advertisement, these voluntary ; F tombs, Anna Belle Combs", e: res dons of niv customers. ,and Dr. E. C. McDougle. F. H. GORDON, Coal and Feed Social and Perscss) Clef Club. Miss Elizabeth Hanger was hostess to the Clef Club at Arlington Monday afternoon. The entire dub was pres ent with one...

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. — 12 February 1919

The Daiiv Rernster. Richmond. Madison County, Ky., Wednesday Afternoon, Feb. 1 2r 119 You Can't Cure Rheumatism With Liniments and Lotions Torturing Pains Promptly Return in All Their Intensity Ton may as well throw your lini ment to the winds, if you expect them to rid yon of the pangs of rheumatism. In fact, the sooner you discard forever the use of all forms of local treatment, the sooner yon will get on the right track which leads to rational means of relief. For you ean rob and rub from now until doomsday, and you will never make any progress toward ridding yourself of rheumatism, be cause such treatment does not ap proach the source of the disease. Remember from the outset that the pangs of rheumatism come from a decpscated cause, and that sim ply rubbing the painful parts of the body has no effect on the dis ease itself. But when you locate the cause of the disease, the real source of all these intense pains, yoa can then treat - the disease in telligently. And until you do t...

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. — 13 February 1919

- TH3WEATEI3 IBJL(DISM(D)K Established 1865 53d Yen WEED SELLS AT $1.16 A POUND Big Home Warehouse Breaks All Re cords Everywhere On Basket ef Cotton WiLtoa Today. If the tobacco market continues a few months longer there's no telling h high the Richmond market would basket of tobacco sold at the Big Horn House today at $U6 a pound, bratinK all previous reorda a mile. The basket was in the crop sold at this popular house by Brutus J. Cotton and Wilson and the whole crop aver ted around 70 centa a pound, and Is said to hare had a large proportion of low 'grade weed, at that. . - The previous high mark for this market was $1.10 a pound, but the buyers went after this crop of Mr. Cotton's and it broke all marks. W. S. Jndy, of the R. J. Reynolds, Tobacco Company, bought this basket, just as he has the others that "went over the top" and smashed all recordsT The rains have put tobacco in good shape for handling again, and both houses are holding splendid sales. Notwithstanding the fact ...

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. — 13 February 1919

The Daily Raster; Ricbncnd, M-n Ccuaty. ISr.tttcy. ..rsJ-.y Afterr-cn, Fcbm-ry 13, 1919 I Richmond Dz3j Rejbtcr IE OF THE MCA! S. M.-Saufley. Editor Proprietor nil J,! ' : I - r v: s ' i s .. - ";..'( t t Entered at the poetofflce at Richmond Ky aa second da&s mau matter un der Act of ongress of 1875. The Louisville Post attempts to console itself '.with the reflection that if one is deprived of one's "occasion al indulgence in liquor, he can see bull games better. But he cannot see so many at once time. Cynthiaua .Democrat. Well, -he may be able to see the "EToundera" and "skippers, as the boys used to call 'sm, but nary a "high ball" again. BETTER THiN'U THIS OVER. Some merchants who havent fore sight enough to spend a few dollars in advertising to dispose of their stocks, will lose hundreds of dollar by having high-priced goods on their shelves when war prices tumble, as they certainly will. Cyntiiiana Democrat. sfesr k 01 SAVE Oil SHOES - Gareace J. Bloenker of St. Lquis. Mi...

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. — 13 February 1919

The Daily Register. Richmond, Madison County Kentucky Fridey Afternoon, February 7. 1919 Trao n II Good Tires Speed Deliveries No car is better than its tires. And time lost through tire troubles cannot be replaced. Good tires are the best practical guarantee of your car's continuous and economical service. , United States Tires are good tires the best tires our 76 years of experience in the rubber business have taught us to make. You have your choice of five different types for passenger car or light delivery use 'Nobby', Chain 'Usco famous Royal Cord MRS. WAGSTAFF V ; J i-Vi- .:.. Vft -,.. . v'r . ,: -, fo) U3 FA Q)rri S3 'Plain', and the There is also the 'Nobby Cord' for heavy duty vehicles, ad well as the Solid Truck Tire. Among these good tires you will find exactly the treads best suited to your car and your driving conditions. Our nearest Sales and Service Depot dealer will gladly point them out to you. United States Tires are Good Tires , A - 'ct 1." vt'.cr, i n rr.cchnnic'...

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. — 13 February 1919

Faded Paper The Daily Register, Richmond, Madison County Kentucky Fridey Afternoon, February 7, 1919 .T . : MRS. WAGSTAFF F ' . - V I MRS. WAGSTAFF Good Tires Speed DeKveriea No car is better than its tires. And time lost through tire troubles cannot be replaced. Good tires are the best practical guarantee of your car's continuous and economical service. ' - - United States Tires are good tires the best tires our 76 years of experience in the rubber business hare taught us to make. You have your choice of five different types for passenger car or light delivery use Nobby', 'Chain', Uscov, 'Plain', and the famous Royal Cord. There is also the 'Nobby Cord' for heavy duty vehicles, as well as the Solid Truck Tire. Among these good tires you will find exactly the treads best suited to your car and your driving conditions. , Our nearest Sales and Service Depot dealer will gladly point them out to you. United States Tires are Good Tires 0) 1 IralM 33 fx C'.J l.--v?:cr, wi'h a n-.?f hnrsic...

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. — 13 February 1919

Estni News. Hie Daily Register, Richmond, Madison County, Ky., Thursday Afternoon, February 13, 1919 HOW IIWIS KEPT COMMISSIONER'S HOLD Oil METALS WE OFFER SUBJECT TO WITHDRAWAL WITHOUT ; NOTICE 810,000.00 FULLY PAID AND NON-ASSESSABLE COMMON STOCK , OF THE .-Domestic Oil & Refining Co. of Wyoming Incorporated AUTHORIZED CAPITAL $1,000,000.00 at Par Value of TEN CENTS Per Share With a Guarantee of 100 per cent of the Investment (This stock is now being sold elsewhere at 20 cents per share) The Domestic Oil & Refininij Company ov.-ns valuable leases in the Berea and Stanford Oil Fields, with other leases pending in Lee and E.-till counties, and the purpose of this oiTer is to create a devel oping fund to be used in drilling and developing of these leases. The subscribers to this fund will receive in addition to their Stock Certificate, a SPECIAL REFUND CONTRACT, the terms of which provide for one-half of all the pro eeds from the sale of oil in this state set aside for the Re...

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. — 13 February 1919

The Daily Register, Richmond, f.!adbca County, Ky.iTliuxsday Afternocp, Februar y 13, 1919 February 13, 1919. Pear Madam If you are not setting as much milk as you should from "Old Bossy," 1 suKe?t a bag of "Batter Fat Dairy" ud atch results. Others are doing it why not you? F. IL GORDON. The Most Satisfaction to the Customer." avenue. The members of the Aid cleared $121.48 trie past week, serving lunch at the Madison Tobacco Ware house, which they will use for this purpose. Mrs. Tudor served a delight ful lunch and the afternoon was both pleasantly and profitably spent. Social and Pcncnsl Dance a Success. The dance given by the .Victory Girls Wednesday evening at Masonic Temple, was a very brilliant, success and about $65 was cleared for the war work fund. The dancing hall was pretty and attractive, a profusion of red hearts being used as decorations. The costumes of the dancers were varied and quite pretty, the music was fine and the evening was one of great merriment. The frappe ...

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. — 13 February 1919

Hie Daily Register, Richmond, Madison Couftty, ixeiituckyTluirscby Afternoon, Febroary 13, 1919 t i t i i j Hlr- j- ' 'T i e Mi J 1 If : a i. i i U' i . . ? Hi i : 1. f ' (1 V mi ll -! 1 v Mi- V: I ! J-;'-'ti : 1 i, I 1 .''tY r : ) ITS NOT YOUR HEART; IT'S YOUR KIDNEYS r3dnj disease la no mfmit of per sons. A majority of tb ills afflicting people today ru be traced back to tb kidney trouble. The kidners are the most important organs of the body. Tbry are th fil terers of Tour blood. If the poisons which are swrpt Irom the tissues by the blood are not eliminated through the kidneys, disease of one form or another will claim you as a victim. Kidney disease is usually indicated by weariness, sleeplessness, nervoasnesa, despondency, backache, stomach trou ble, pain in loins and lower abdomen, (all stones, gravel, rheumatism, sciatica and lumbago. AH these derangements are nature's signals that the kidneys need help Too should use GOLD 'UCDAL flaar lem Oil Capsulea immediately. Thst soot...

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. — 13 February 1919

Wo O. ndEniaiinni CO)9 Sal begins Tuesday, Feb'y. 4th, closes Tuesday, Feb'y 18th m Let us 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 clear 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 winter goods at such BIG REDUCTOINS as you will see when you attend our BIG LOOM END SALE. Announcing this sale is no surprise. It would be a disappointment if we did not, as hundreds upcn 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 and reliable merchandise at a big saving. We must sell ...

Publication Title: Richmond Daily Register
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond daily register. — 13 February 1919

03 Utm. v)-,. ' -.-.p .-v-'v4 j a 11 g 1 f9?H drinker turns to when he makes a change. INSTANT POSTUM so comple-tely takes cof fee s place in flavor, v satisfaction & abearance as to cause no loss of pleasure. : No Caffeine in InstantPostum "There's a Reason" News from the oil fields Is to the effect that work is progressing splen didly. On Back Creek, in Estill coun ty, the Dixieland Oil Company is now drilling No. 4, Campbell. They hare been delayed here with a landslide which turned orer their engine. This trouble has been adjusted and they will likely bring in this well next week. No. S here was a small pro ducer. In Lee county the Quaker Oil Co. is moving on to the Simpson Crab- tree farm and will spud In at No. 2 next week. On the Rena Butcher tract the Lo cal Oil and Gas Company and the Mc- Combs Producing and Refining Com pany, have completed No. 7 rated at 300 barels. Early in the week, the Wentworth Oil Company will complete No. 2 on the Gourley, Sutton and Harris farm...

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. — 14 February 1919

MIDI V7 THIS WEATHER For Kentucky Rain or snow and colder tonight; snow extreme west portion; Saturday cloudy and colder; local snows north portion; fresh to strong west and north winds. Established 1865 53d YeaiNo. 64. Richmond, Madison County, Kentucky, Friday Afternoon, February 14, 1919. . I v I I 1 1 ' , PRESIDENT WILSON OUTLINES PLANS Presents Today The CoTenant of The Leigae of Natkma. Araments To Be Cat Down (By Associated Press) Taris, Feb. 14 Bulletin The Exe cutive Council of the League of Na tions ,as outlined in the covenant read by President .Wilson today, will eon rist of representatives of- the United States, Great Britain, France, Italy, and Japan, together with representa tives from four other states. The Council shall meet as often as recessary, but at least once each year, at whatever place may be designated. Any matter within the sphere of ac tion of the League or affecting the peace of the world, may be dealt with. The President of the United States shall summo...

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. — 14 February 1919

J The Daily Register, Richmond Madison County, Kentucky Friday Afternoon.' February 14, 1919 Maiden Ridge urac G? D. SMITH, Proprietor ' - Richmond, Ky. . SAVE YOUR MONEY BY ORDERING DIRECT FROM THE NURSERY Y ..... PURE STOCK FROM WHOLE-ROOT GRAFTS , TRUE TO NAME - .J- From years of experience in setting different sized and aged trees, we have found the medium size 4 to 6 feet, one and two year trees are the most satisfactory. We have the three year trees in Pear, Apple, rium, and Cherry. - .-. .' , APPLE . i . - 2 jr. and up, 4 to 6 feet 40 cents each $4.00 per dozen 1 yr. 4 to ff feet ; 35 cents each $3.60 per dozen PEACH,. ' 1 yr. trees, 4 to 6 feet ! 35 cents each $3.60 per dozen 2 yr. trees same price. .':.'- - ' PEAR ... 2 yr. trees, 4 to 7 feet i 40 cents each $4.00 per dozen PLUM ' 45 cents each. CHERRY , 50 cents each. ROSES 1 50 cents each. ... SHRUBS 2 and 3 year Shrubs, 3 to 5 feet 60 cents each- 2 yr , trees, 4 to 6 feet 2 yr. trees Strong bushes .$5.00 per dozen $5.0Q ...

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. — 14 February 1919

The Daily Register. Richmond, Ktadlson County, KyMFriday Afternoon, February' 1 4, 1919. siinni n Oonn nnn f r , l L 1 1 1 U hVyOll U u I -i 1 I J CD)9, 1 Sale begins Tuesday, Feb ty. 44h, closes Tuesday, Feb'y 18th w Let us bring home to you the ''REASON WHY" of this Sale. Your coal bill, for instance, will tell you. Also the thermometer. The weather has been so warm that winter goods have not been needed, so we need to sell a lot of winter goods. That's 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 winter goods at such BIG REDUCT01NS as you will see when you attend our BIG LOOM END SALE. Announcing this sale is no surprise. It would be a disappointment if we did not, as hundreds npcn hundreds of people are waiting anxiously for it This annual event has been occurring for over 30 years an deach recurrence brings thous and...

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. — 14 February 1919

The Daily Register, Richmond, Madisca Ccur.ty. ICy.,Thursday Afternoon, February 13, 1919 Mothers! Watch, the tongue Of yonr youngl Toot little pet Need candy CWaretl.T Sell for 'a dime .. ' "Work "every time. 5 TVben the kiddles' tooguea torn vLite'j breath fereriahj ttcco&ch sour.' Wben your little pati become cross, ple, fcilioas, constipated or bare a cold, gire CaacareU as directed t an e&ch 10 cent box. Cucarets taete lite candy tut work cot the najty bile, tour fermen tations and poiea&a better than caator oil, calomel or pills. Children need oerer be coaxed to take this harmless candy cathartic, Casoarets are given to children aged one year and np-rarda, The j never gripe' Xerer disappoint the worried mother. Merry Makers Coming The following clipping is from a Lexington paper: The Ada Meade theatre comes to the front again this week with a fine bill of clean and cle rer vaudeville and a good motion pic tare feature. Orth & Coleman's star musical tabloid comp...

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. — 14 February 1919

ins iauy i.zi, mcKscaa, x.cca county, uy., mday Atternoon, February 14, 1919. ST. VALENTINE GREETINGS TODAY. P. IL GORDON Phone 28. ' Sow blue grass seed today on your lawn. Sodded Pc Misses Ella Hanawalt, Anna Lee Davit, Margaret HInlcley, Amy Horn May Hansen, Miss Hardin, Zella Bice, Mabel Roth Coaxes, EsteUe Reed. Mary Catherine Jasper, Amy Turley, and Louise McKee were among those who motored to Lexington Thursday evening to see Otis Skiner. Entertained Bridge Club. . Mrs. Harry Hanjrer, Jr., entertained her bridge club Thursday afternoon, and the hours were delightfully spent and the hospitality was a most charm ing one.' The club members present were Mrs. A. R. Denny, Mrs. Murray Smith, Mrs. Paul Burnanv Mrs. S. J. McGaughey, Mrs. L. B. Weisenburgh and Miss Madge Burnam. The outside guests included Mrs B. L. Middelton, Mrs. Waller Bennett, Mrs. Verner Million, Mrs. R. R. Burnam, Jr, Mias Helen Bennett, Miss 'Dorothy Perry and Mias Elizabeth Hanger Miss Dorothy Perry made the h...

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. — 14 February 1919

: , The Daily Register, : : - " n ; Madison County, Friday Afternoon, February 14, 1919. i - it :. I -"f 'Hi 'Hi - 4 M 1 1 1 .1 1; V- 1 10W RAISES 600 CHICKEN X ft . m Alter Being Relieved of Or- game 1 rouble by Lydia E. Pinkham Vegetable Compound. . Oregon, HI. ' I took Lv p p.-i. ham's Vegetable Compound for an or- .ganic trouble which pulled me down un til i could not Dat mv foot to the floor and could scarcely do m v work, and as I live Ion a small farm and raise six .hundred chickens every year bard it made it very ior me. "I saw the Com pound advertised in pur paper, and tried lL It hn.a mj health so I can do all my work and I am so grateful that I am recommend ing it to my friends." Mrs. D. M. Alters, R. R. 4. Oregon. I1L Only women who have suffered the tor tures of such troubles and have dragged along from day to day can realize the relief which thin famous root and herb remedy, Lydia EL Pinkham's Vegetable ' Compound, brought to Mrs. Alters. Women everywhere in Mrs. Alter...

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. — 14 February 1919

The Daily Register, Richmond. Madison County, Kentucky Friday Afternoon, February 14, 1919. The Right Laxative For The Little One The natural condition of a child it to be happy and carefree. When the girt mope and ia indifferent to school and study, or the boy ia sullen and refuse to go out and play, the child needs-a laxative to empty the bowels and stir up the liver. But something should be given that will produce the result in as simple and nat ural a way as possible. Harsh cathartics and physics are neither necessary nor de sirable. w Many mothers have found that the corn binstioo of simple laxative herbs with pepsin sold by druggists under the name of Dr. Caldwell's Syrup Pepsin produces a free move ment of the bowels without griping. A very little is required, and it is pleasant to take. A few hours after its use the child win be it happy self again. 1 It is an excellent remedy for the mother herself, and for the other members of the family, in obstinate c occasional consti p...

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. — 14 February 1919

The Daily Register, Richmond, f.!dlscn Cousty ICesfadqr Thursday Afternoon, February 1 3,t 1919 1 ! i. 5 i : ' 5 . It 1 .t 3 : ,'. t - 1 1 i r 0 RICHMOND DAILY REGISTER CLASSIFIED COLUMNS The Market Place of Madison, Garrard and Estill Countiea." Where Bayer and Seller Meet , HELP WANTED WANTED Girls to work In laun dry; with experience preferred; apply at once. Madison Laundry. 57 tf THE quickest and best way to find a good tenant for your property is to advertise it in the Daily Register classified columns. If Joe Chenault, Jr. will present this notice to the Al hambra Saturday, Feb. 15, be will be admitted free to the show. FOR SALE LIVE STOCK BIG Type Poland China hogs of the best breed; the kind you need to start your herd. For sale at all times. Write or call J. Taylor White, phone 74a W R. D. 1, Richmond, Ky. 4S FOR SALE SO high grade Perche ron mares; nice matched teams, at our barns. West 4th street, Lexington. Phone 47; night phone 6631 or 2845Y J. F. Cook, Lexington. . 62...

Publication Title: Richmond Daily Register
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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