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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond daily register. — 23 February 1920

WTO KM H STEM 'i J'- Established 1865 55th Year No. 45 Richmond, Madison &u Price Five Cents o REPUBLICANS MAY COMPROMISE IN 8TH Move On Foot To Make Bastin Committeeman and Wallace -Delegate . .r. ' : Reports have it that before the republican county conventions are v held at the various county seats in the 8th district next Saturday that a compromise will have been reached between the candidates for the various party honors. In other words the' dove of peace is said to have been invited to step in and -compose the differences that exist in regard to selection of delegates, district , chairman ' arid other honors that may be . conferred. Rumors are floating about to the effect that all three of the candidates for State Executive Committeemen will retire" " from the race, and that a new man, not hitherto mentioned,. will be'givcn the honor without opposition. Up to now Will O- Mays, of Rich mond, Will Ilanna, of Shelby count', and George D. Florence, of Lincoln county, have been...

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. — 23 February 1920

ihc Kfctimond Uauy ftegister, Kicnmond Mamsoa County. Monday Afternoon, February 23,; 1 920 1 .r. 1 1 i We and it will be sold at the old price. Phone your . order for several bales now 5 Phone 85 E D ITD fi Dll Phone 85 - It Makes a Difference. The man who tries to reform others Is an Inspired missionary. The man "Who tries to reform you Is ' a .hypo critical humbng. Cincinnati Enquirer. FertiHzer 118 Per Li. Our Duplex Basic Phosphate contains 45 per cent lirrie- Needed by every foot of land in Madison county-f : ' 18 per cent phosphoric acid will be found in ho other ' fertilizer. . Will not harden, disintegrate or lose, strength. Has no bad odor. Will keep indefiinitely. It will pay 200 per cent interest on your corn and oats crop. '.' It will pay 500 per cent interest on your tobacco crop . Car load lots, January and February,. $26.25 per ton. (To Union members, $26).. We will deliver at cost of hauling. Smaller amounts always on hand at retail prices. , Put in your order now. ...

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. — 23 February 1920

Three Hie Richmond Dally Register Richmoprj. Madison County, . Monday Afternoon, February 23, 1 920 - Pea Era 'J. ., MONDAY v ) TUESDAY She deceived her lover! : ?THE MIRACLE OF- LOVE" Dolores Cassinelli Play a powerful dual role in "The Veb of Deceit" She deceived Ley. sister !. But the ' greatest "deception " was the "Web of Deceipt," she spun about her self. V . ' v"' A 7 reel Aircraft production. To all the lovers of stirring heart drama to all those who Lke something to talk about SEE r 'HIS NEIGHBOR'S KEYHOLE' 2 reel Sunshine comedy, and a Weekly Hear the Derson Musical Five The Jazzifest Jazz band in the South. WEDNESDAY Tom Mix in "A ROUGH RIDING ROMANCE" 3 J OMJLMQ LINCOLN, iri "Elmo, the Tearless" and Snub Pollard com- 5T 1 ; . s -n r sa -. i s: m' a v - so: SOtl f , as ws ma art WO HH M8 M w - - . . '-rftaftrif 'pert t 7 .tf." 1 ssaau "B A' W W in ! i flavors pyramids Because long-lasting. And WRiGLEVS '! : PERSONAL AND SOCIAL find WRIGLEVS is a beneficial as well as Eong...

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. — 23 February 1920

rage Four The Kfwinond Dally Register, RicKmon'd "Madison County,- Monday Afternoon, February 23, 1 920 Red Clover, 99 per cent purity at Li$36-00 bu. TDmolhy Seed, 99.50 per cent purity at li $6.75 bu. Ky. Blue Grass Seed, A No. 21 test at $4.10 bu; Heavy White Seed Oats at 1 -1 J 1$ 1. 12 bu: Samples mailed anywhere--Comparc Quality CUT HIS WIFE AND AN AGED VISITOR CLASSIFIED ADS. For Sale 'A LTUh Field Seeds PHONE 28 Coal And Building Supplies Feeds , After parcelling his estate among j A stirring chapter was written into twife and children, Robert S. Sprake ;the lives of 82 aged wards when they jof Georgetown provided in his will that ! were transferred from the historic :an ancient brass clock, which had -chimed in Us beUroom for 80 years, should remain on that wall as long Fayette Toor House r "a $70,000 buliding near Lexington, with stream heat, electric lights, baths and other ;as the homestead was in the posses modem conveniences, they 'sion Jt his descendants.- known. '. ;...

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. — 24 February 1920

The i j I'D I Established 1865 55th Year No. 46 Richmond, Madison County, Kentucky Tuesday Afternoon, February 24, 1 9?fV Price Five Cent FARMERS' COUNCIL ; OPPOSES R. R. BILL Wilson Asks Department of Jus tice To Examine Measure Before He Acts (By Associated Tress) Washington, Feb. 24 George 'Hampton, managing director of the Farmers' National Council, on -behalf of farm organizations affil iated with the Council, today ask ed; President Wilson to veto the railroad bill on "grounds of public policy." He asked opportunity to present reasons more fully. It was said at the White House to day the President will not act im mediately on the bill. It was also said he has asked the Department of Justice to examine it. -Meanwhile the President has 10 days to pass upon the act, at the end of which time it may become a law without his signature- Railroad men oppose the labor section be cause it provides for tri-parte la bor boards whereas they desire return to the old method of nego tiation a...

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. — 24 February 1920

rage iwo ihe Kictimond Uaily Kegister, Kicnmond Macuson County, Tuesday Afternoon, February 24, 1920 8 if 0T A-1 DELIVERED TO AMY PART OF THE COUNTY PROMPTLY. WE SELL THE CELEBRATED WIRon Jeilioo Coal THERE'S HOME BETTER. IF THERE WAS WE WOULD BE SELLING IT .JL-. ia TELEPHONE CS Richmond Daily Register S. M. SAITLEV, i:litor nnd Proprietor Entered ft the postoffice in Rich mond as second class mail matter under Act of Conir-fss of 1S75. Subscription Per year. Iy m;ni Six moiiXi. ty niriil.. Three month:' -by ir:;ii One month by in:. ii . In city by carrier, per week S5.1.00 $z.m .'Or 100 The same old thing goes. Girls that propose the coming year I marry at half price; old maids for nothing. Judge Ashdown. Sundance (Wyo.) Times. "The Kentucky chemist who claims that he can turn lead into gold is not the fellow people are looking . for," cit--lares Harr A. Sommers, of the Subscriptions are strictly -nh-in-al- EUzabcthtuwn News. "They want a mar. vho can turn water into whisky". vance...

Publication Title: Richmond Daily Register
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond daily register. — 24 February 1920

The Richmond Daily Register Richmond, Madison County, -Tuesday! AfternoohV February 24, 1 920 Page Three "Cuo Eaoft Onoupance r Ag a i nsft B nff 1 u nza FREE BOOK SERVICE FOR ANY COMMUNITY CORN DEMONpATIOtr AT SCAFFOLD CANE O Prominent Educator Believes That Preventive Vapomentha Is A Sure Dr. R. , M. Brame, . discoverer Brame's Vapometha Salve, has . a letter from C. C. Wright, Superin tendent of the Wilkes County, N. C, Public Schools, In which he says: "W have used Brame's Vapomentha Balve for nearly all the ills for which k is prescribed and have always se cured satisfactory results. - If - used in time it has never failed to break up colds, usually. the ' f orerunner of Grippe, Influenza and Pneumonia. I speak from personal observation. I believe if this preparation is used in time it will prevent the development of pneumonia in every instance, if used according to directions." These strong statements are fully justified by the remarkable recover ies that follow. Brame's Vapom...

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. — 24 February 1920

WHO PAYS THE, i Ti Price o ALL THE TIME L. T. WILSON. ON IRVINE ST. OFCOtiRSE tmne- Just If you have any Poultry, Eggs or iHides to sell it is cessary;to eo to every dealers in town and -getprices. bring them to my. place and. you will not only ave time but you will realize more money all the time Look St the prices below I will pay on Monday, February 23rd: , . 46c doz. 30c lb Eggs Hens and Springers..... Roosters .- - No- 1 Horsehides Beef Hides . . ' No. 1 Sheephides ... . Rags Books and Magazines -. Watch this Paper fordy Prices Daily .....17e lb. ....,......,$8.00 .20c .and 22c i$2JDO acfa 3c lb l-2c lb L T Wi ii Q W V ill SOU Phone 70 WMes old stand next door to Union Sopply Company Tor Sale House And Lot On Lancaster Avenue Lot fronts 110 feet on Lan caster Avenue and runs back 400 feet In parallel lines. Large barn. House contains 6 rooms, and bath and equipped 'with electricity. - Posseuslon R-lren In reasonable time. Price $6500. If Interested rommiuilcale with LT. JOHN F....

Publication Title: Richmond Daily Register
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond daily register. — 24 February 1920

if The Richmond Dally Register Richmond, Madison County, Tuesday Afternoon,- February 24, 1 920 r- ace alhambra . Matinee 1 opera house NIGHT PRICES 20c and 30c War Tax Included TUESDAY DELORES CASSINELLI in "THE WEB OF DECEIT" "His . Neighbor's Key Hole" Pathe Weekly' . .' ; SEE ' TOM MIX in A ROUGH RIDING ROMANCE The dare devil of the worlld over- ventures himself in the Wm. Fox production cf love, intrigue and power. "A NIGHT OF A DUB" A 2 reel Sennett comedy. You'll say it's the funniest comedy .you , ever saw. A Weekly also. " v. ..- THURSDAY ROBT. WARWICK m "A ROMANCE IN HEARTS" Hear the Derson Musical ;Fivc, The jazziest jazz band in the south' ' ' WEDNESDAY x " , - -i He was i a cowpuncher. Shs was a princess, still love found a way. . letlier l:Teach leir yai Ycu can't be too insistent! FEW children find pleasure in tlie things most vital to their physical comfort and health, so it rests v.ith the watchful moth er t o sen t hat they are done. The child will be grateful in a...

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. — 24 February 1920

x Page Six Hie Ruir..iond Daily Register, RicKmond Madison County, Tuesday Afternoon, February 24r 1 920 0000000000000600000000000000000000000000 robacco Sales On o Local Breaks .. v . o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o 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 o o o o o o d o o o o o We have just received a car of this hay, recognized as the best hay for the; Dairy Cow ; also another car of Clover Hay from Northern Ohio.- Offer these two cars at " $45.00 per Ton invite you hay buyers to look at the qualiity. Also offer 50 tons of Northern Timohy Hay, not a veed in the 1 00,000 lbs. at $42.00 per Ton Why pay big prices for hay that has some weeds and some dirt. The northern farmers know how to raise the best Timothy hay. Protection Horse Feed will supply that horse with the best prepared balanced ration on the market, bag will convince you of this fact and make you a customer. A B utter Fat Dairy A balanced ration for Dairy Cows that has won many feeders this past w...

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. — 25 February 1920

The Reg e btob Established 1865 55th Year No. 47 Richmond, Madison County, Kentucky Wednesday Afternoon, February 25, 1 920 Price five Cents w EX-REPUBLICAN SUCCEEDS LANSING Bainbridge Colby Named Secre tary of State By Wilson Was Progressive, Too (By Associated Press) Washington, Feb. 25 Bain bridge Colby, of New York, who was one of the leaders in the Pro gressive party under Theodore Roosevelt, will succeed Robert Lansing as Secretary of State. Announcement of his selection by President Wilson was made at the White House today Colby's selection came as- a sur prise, most officials assuming that Acting Secretary Polk would be the President's choice. Colby was a life-long, re-publican until the famous Bull Moose bolt at the Chicago convention in 1912, when he helped Roosevelt form the Progressive party. He continued an rctive leader and in 1916 was the Progressive candi date for Senator from New York. When Roosevelt threw the weight of his influence to Chas- Evans Hughes in the pre...

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. — 25 February 1920

ine rvlciiiiiouu Omiy icgt&tci , iiciiaiuxia lviauisuu xxninry. Wednesday Afternoon, February 25, 1920 eigc iVvO 0 DOWN GOES THE COAL PILE ORDER A TON OF Wilton Jellico At 13' .JJ- I Richmond Dally Register 9. 31. SAliFLEY, Editor nnd r-oprietor Entered t the postofflce In- Rich mond as second class mail .matter under Act of Congress of 1875. ;., Subscription1 Rate Per year, by -mail.. Six months, by mail.. JI3.00 Three months by mail One month- by mail In city by carrier, per week- ..$2.00 -1 .S0c 10c Subscriptions are strictly cash-in-advance to All and paper will 'be stopped promptly when subscription has ex pires. ... ' TODAY HONE BETTER & q . ssm PHONE 85 35535S3e5S33CSB anton WHAT -ARE YOUR PLANS FOR BUILDING? It will pay you in the long run to figure with JESS BOWMAN, tire Contractor, who knows the business from A to Z ., . -IfiEl E fc ft -i t7 b M! Irade Fertilizer To the Farmers of Madron County: , Armour's animal matter fertilizer which supplies the right amount oi...

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. — 25 February 1920

r: 49 Threes The Richmond Daily RegstexKclimoncl, Madison County, Wednescky Af temocm, February 25, 1920 ; ? ALHAMBRA WEDNESDAY TOM MIX in A ROUGH RIDING ROMANCE "His Neightbor's Key Holey Pathe News Weekly THURSDAY His friend married and in an other woman's arms! While lie who madly watched, had honored him, held him home sacred though he silently loved, and was -Joved by the woirtan who bore his friend's name. SEE : . FRIDAY JUNE CAPRICE and CREIGHTON HALE in "OH BOY" Two reel comedy and travelogue. Hear the Derson Musical Five. The jazziest jazz band in the ALHAMBRA MATINEE OPERA HOUSE , NIGHT PRICES 20c and 30c War Tax Included MATINEE OPERA HOUSE NIGHT . PRICES Adults 27c, 3c War Tax 30c ChWren 18c, 2c War Tax 20c Balcony 18c, 2c War Tax 20c ROBERT WARWICK in AN ADVENTURE IN HEARTS Helen Chadwick and Winiford in the support ing efts. Topics of the day and Prizma Na ture color pijetures also. south., ; . t . . t o v.? - i . . i t When. 7 Oof fee disagrees .6 -the quick and pleas...

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. — 25 February 1920

fage Four !Ke RicHmopH. Da3TRegistet. RicKmond, Madison County ,WeclnescIay Afternoon, February 25, 1-920 lbs "at 58e 65' lbs aV30c ;'" 195" lbs at?64c; 240'lbs a 10c ; 300 lbs at 10c ;.60 lbs' at . 54c : 305 lbs at 16c ; 405 lbs at 15 l-4c; 305' lbs at 59c; 395 lbs at 48c : 195 lbs at 68c; 350 lb at 71c;-380 lbs at 70c ; 250 lbs at 70c 235 lbs at 40c; 190 lbs at 20 i-2c . ; : ' Does Your taW roper Feed? . -'. ;v ' at our 7 " ' - - VI Is the right amount of body building fuel in it such as grain, alfalfa, molasses, etc.? If not you should use Protection the proper horse feed. x 4 : AT THE THEATRES run I J . I PHONE 28 Always Coal Of Dependable Quality" LITTLE GiRL'S GBOF OF ! T08AGG8 BRINGS 74G Little Hculah May Coins, granddaughter 'of J. !) Long, of the Round Hill section, raised a little tobacco crop in the lettuce bed at their home this past' season- She sold it on the Richmond breaks Wednesday morning and jot 4c a pound for it. She had 25 pounds in her little" crop, and realize...

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. — 25 February 1920

mm vm Established 1865 55th Year No. 47 Richmond, Madison 'County, Kentucky Wednesday Afternoon, February 25, 1920 Section Two Price Five Cents TAX BOARD STARTS ' WORK WEDNESDAY SHOWER BATH FOR MEN OF THE ATLANTIC FLEET SOME FACTS ABOUT THE PHILIPPINES TIE BBITT SOCIETY i MAKES HE RECORD TTTD J Frankfort, Ky., Feb. 24. The State Tax Commission, which is canvassing the recapitulation sheets of the coun ties, will begin hearings on raises or- .clered Wednesday. As the basis of assessment. 85 per cent of the fair cash value remains unrhanp-pd from last year, the work is entirely one (, of equalization. None of the counties will be lowered, but where the com Vnission regarded the total assessment of some particular class of nronertv K E - in a county below what it should be increases have been ordered tentative ly. After the hearings the tentative! raises will be made final, changed or removed. Wednesday the following counties will be heard: Boone, Bracken, Camp bell, Carroll, Gallatin,...

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. — 25 February 1920

Ajiiu uaiiy. Register; Kictimond Madison County,' Wednesday'Afternoon, February 25, 1920 I m i i I i i - i We have leaded approved ground in Madison County, Kentucky where there is splendid prospect for future oil developement and where there is reason 'to belieye and indications warrant that oil in pay ing quantities 'wiii be found. It is known tomany citizens of this county that drilling done-more than a quarter of a century before in this same locality showed signs of oil production and gas in great quantities was found ther-. Some Madison county people lost money a few years past drilling for oil in Estill county. They found oil, they found as much oil as wells in that county produce now but the loss was occa--sioned by the fact that oiliheri was sold for less than50 cents per bar rel while nowit is sold at the well with no charges against it for transportation for more than three dollars. The same oil found by those people then would make tlvv rich today. You must join in this ...

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. — 25 February 1920

Hie Richmond DaOy Registei Richmond, Madison County, Wednesday Afternoon, February 5, 1920 PageTbr TOBACCO SALES ON LOCAL BREAKS . V r' O' i UlUMi4 V" V'Sgfegai wlr V ' Owners Praise It For Its Comfort T2ic delightful comfort with which five adult persons ride in the Cleveland Six touring car has appealed to buyers everywhere. The wide, soft-cushion seats, upholstered in genuine hand-buffed plaited leather, are cozy as cozy can be. And the low underslung spring construction, a feature of the Cleveland Six chassis, subdues the read-shock long before it can reach the cushions. Many unusual qurylities such as these r.re fast winning friends for the Cleveland Six. Among light weight sixes it stands out distinctly. the principal automobile season it has attracted ex traordinary crowds. Men of mechan ical interests and men experienced in shows th the use of motor cars have been Onerous in t,heir expression of ap proval and admiration for the entire design and construction of the Cleve lan...

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. — 25 February 1920

Page FouV IKe RicKmoncI Daily Register fticKmoncL MsHison County, Wednesday Afternoon, February 25, 1 920 We ought to make a hlt'V Chesterfield AND why not? " in the superior quality of the tobao cos they contain, Chesterfields set a standard only equalled by the most ex pensive cigarettes. No mistake about it, Chesterfields are the real thing genuine Turkish tobacco, blended by a new and exclusive process with the very finest of. mellow -aged Domestic leaf. v Hidden taste-delights and a flavor you have never found in any other cigarette are brought out by this secret blend. And the moisture-proof wrapping keeps them firm and fresh always. Chesterfields sure do "satisfy." IN OLD KENTUCKY The. Dover pearl button works, which yas made a present to a New Jersey corporation 'by its founders, who found it beyond resources, has doubled its capacity' within -four years, and, in addition to mussel shells from the Ohio,' is importing shells from the Orient. ' ' ' '- ' ' " ' j One of two Lexi...

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. — 26 February 1920

FT 'VI t vm T7T stablished 1865 55th Year No. 48 ; V Richmond,' Madison County, Kentucky Thursday Afternoon, February,26,1 920 Price Five Cents O A1TL 1 .1 .KXA I. XV.KV i m MM S0L.V.P.VALT0M .STATE ATTORNEY 1 DIES IN LEXINGTON 7 Here With Cliinax; j. Friends here were greatly, grieved Ad shocked to learn of the death at ingtonof Colonel William P. Walton, a former editor of the Weekly Richmond Climax, at his home there Wednesday night about six o'clock. Ah affection of the heart from which rhe; has been a sufferer for a number of, years is! believed to have been responsible for his death. He suffer- ri a. severe attack a few days ago, and f;a . revived, with difficulty, and . the fend eanie late Wednesday, just,after (theHdeparturevof his . brother, '. Ed C. JJValtpn, of Stanford, for home, after ; osnjj wren mm neany au aay. 'Pol. . Walton made his more than state-wide reputation as a. newspaper man as editor of the Stanford Interior Journal, which he conducted for . al most SO ye...

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 February 1920

4K 's - A hursday . Atternoon; hebruary Zty VZO. " Gives more heating power and has less waste than any other coal on the' market; ;tWe dehVeVcoal to any part of the city and county.-" Phone your order in to day." ...' . L PHONE 85 RTOX V. OBERTS, Pres. C. B. PAYNE Mgr. " Richmond B nick Company; Offer To The Auto Trade The Services Of Mr. Mat Baxter In Charge Of The Mechanical Department Assisted By Able Mechanics ;. 1 , t , Mr. Archie Dedmai -, Battery Expert . 4 We Carry A Complete Line Of Tires And Accessories : We Have The Agency For The ' -! Famous Buick Gars ' Come Down And See These Cars V Demonstrated Rear Hotel Glvndon South Third Street Federal officers siu:r.bled upon a still of mystery wher. they' located a 40-gallon outfit, with an nhuidunce of fermenting mash, on Ji.;..- in's Folk, two miles f6r any li.- Jiu ..n. J. Polk Martin, 'Union teteran who died at Bowling reen,of heart disease, I i erved four years ' iij j the ivil War, and built pontoon 'bridges over Bar- ren...

Publication Title: Richmond Daily Register
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