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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond daily register. — 1 March 1920

-CicKmond.T.IscJispn County Hie Richmcad DoOy Rerr'stq MondayrMternpcn, March 1, 1 920 "SCARLET ALHAMBRA, OPERA HOUSE PRICES 20c and 30c War Tax Included MONDAY. SPECIAL FEATURING THE BELOVED ' STAR Richard Barthelmess A new Griffith picture KntVanizing, fascinating, no different, so iHatlnctlve, that it tops all his vter. Aa sure as you live; you-must ethl picture! Aaibundlng picture, allanlius epic of " . s : it.: s love and life in the days when the DAY? ....... .... s 7 West wei young. -' .2 LIGHT ' -and: F(W;ER; Oklahoma, "-formerly of Louisville. This news will be read with interest d ah by friends of the bride elect, here where she is very popular, frequently visited relatives. having ALL T w Griffith (lit, HE-TIME 9 ifi? Mere's 'M -W ; to' teeth; ;M -P V appetite, M The flavor digestion I W H . asts .and ilia f, electrically- sesled i package s brings f "1fSk ' $ to. you with ail its - t0ff4 ":! goodness- perfect- -WIm ; ' "' " S ' preserved. W''''' 1 "Sealed 1jt 1J S3$S BUB...

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. — 1 March 1920

Four ihe Kictimond Daily Register, Richmond Madison County, Monday Afternoon, March 1 ,1 920 X age AI ways F. jrerahzer Our Duplex Basic Phosphate Contains 45 Per Cent Lime And 18 Per Cent Phosphoric Acid ' Needed by every foot of cultivated land in Madison coun-, ty Will net harcEen, disintegrate or lose tsrength. Has no bad cdor. Will keep indefinitely. It will pay 200 per cent interest cn your corn and oats crop. It will pay 500 per cent interest on your tobacco crop. Car load lots March, $26.50 per ton We will deliver at cost of hauling. We have cn hand any quantity you may need during the season, at retail prices, and will deliver at cost of hauling. 10 cents rebate on bags retur ned- Union Supply Co. Incorporated GREEN CLAY, Agent Phone 51 17 ' r- 1 A Chevrolet One-Ton Worm Drive Truck will enable you to enjoy individual transportation at low cost. The Chevrolet is always ready. The valve-in-head motor secures the ut most power from every gallon of gaso line. The correct distr...

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 March 1920

Big mmotb Mil Established 1 865 55th Year No. 52 " Richmond Madison County, Kentucky Tuesday Afternoon, March 2, 1920 Price Five Cents 1' r 3rn? n Pi PALMER GETS IN PRESIDENTIAL RAGE Is First Candidate To Announce For the Democratic Nomination (ly Associated Press) Washington, March 2 The an nouncement of Attorney General Palmer last night as a democratic candidate for the Presidency is believed to open the way for other democrats to announce their can didates, probably including -Mc-j uiuaita, pi.Jiju.ljiV liniuuiiig -jit- a , W Adoo, Bryan, Gov. Cox, former; Ambassador Gerard, Hoover, ! Clay, tiled suit in the uourbon cir-Gbv- Edwards, of New Tcrsey, icuit court against her husband's Senator Owen and Representa tive Champ Clark. , Palmer formally announced his candidacy for the democratic nomination for the Presidency in a telegram to Hiram L. Gardner, secretary of the Georgia State Democratic Committee. The tele gram from Mr. Palmer read as follows : - "I understand that my frien...

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 March 1920

age Two Tuesday Afternoon, March 2, 1 92Q . in We are offering attractive prices thi3 week on : "1 - i BMP 10 HEN WANT FUR BL BILL KILLED Come in and let us give you our 1T& HI iLf. JC PHONE 85 3 quotations fV I i n m ip Subscriptions are strictly cash-in-ad- KlCIimOnd . kiC vance to all and paper wil be stopp-0 " ' 7777. 77. promptly wlien : subscription lias ex- S. M. SAIjFLiEI, Kill 4 or inS Proprn-tor pired. Entered at tlie j,ostof ;V?e in Rich- ni;.' i . nond as second class mail matter rolitjcal Announcements , . voT Aft of I'onsrress of 1S75. The Daily Register is authorizfil to Subucriptfoa KatfH announce the following- candidal'.-;; Per year by mail ??.00 office subject to the action of the tv..,v. Six months, by mail s:.oo 0rati"-, narf v. mree months, by mail $1.00 ocratlc Party. one month by mail hue For Congrfnn In city by carrier, per week 10c RALFH GIRBERT. of Shelby County. - Stanley Elake.'the well known fo: hcund and dog breeder - of I Harrison county, is sendi...

Publication Title: Richmond Daily Register
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond daily register. — 2 March 1920

Page Thref- ALHAMBRA .. OPERA HOUSE PRICES 20c and 30c War Tax Included .TONIGHT CHARLOTTE VAIJiEtt in EVB IX EXILE" "CIIICKES a la . CABAKET" I'ATHE SKWS , WEDNESDAY ARY in A thrilling- story of youth, love . and ' fnlth., Thrilling! Gripping nnd Appris ing. You'll be norry If you mlns it? "SOME KO.MEO" , :. - Jazz Monologue nd 'TKTOHIAI. IIKE" Show action, scenic and cur rent event pictorinl. . i- ALHAMBRA AND OPEHA'HOl'SE Price 20c and .".Oc ; . J t . Including AVar I'ujc llenr the UEKSOS MLSICAI, FIVE jiOHitively their IsiKt week here ', Judy of Rogues Harbor INTER Special Thursday Stewart . ii Blacton's 99 with 14 Artists A war klory uilh a laugh, thrill .mil a throb. The ftrnt "nftrr v.nr" Hereon production ever produced. Show why and how the Allies combined and Won, - , on Including Irene C'lmtlc, Effle Shannon, Robert Iiowlinnon, A iolct Hemming and Marjoric llnnibon. . fne'fficKmonH Daily Register, RicHmond Macfison County, Tuesday Afternoon, March 2, 1 920 -iT Vt i f ' '""...

Publication Title: Richmond Daily Register
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond daily register. — 2 March 1920

'V-'-. Pase Four Richmond. Madison County. The Richmond Daily Registet Tuesday Afternoon, March 2. 1 920- est 110 Vd.lt Iron paid Second and Water Streets Incorporated 6 Phone 433 . ; ' v - m ' .- ?Yr Q ef 'You rs : E HAIR -(GROWN ON MR. BRITTAIN'S BALD HEAD EY INDLAN5') MYSTERIOUS HAIR GROWER My head at tho tcp--Rd back vas absolutely fcald. The scalp was chiny. An export Fsii! that as he thought the hair roots wero xtinct, tiiid there was nti hope cf my ever having a Dew hair grcw.tfc. Yet now,, at an "; over I have a luxuriant growtli of soft, Etrong, -lustrous liatr! No irco of lalduecs. The pictures 6-Owa herd are from my .jhot'ogra'ilis. ' , Indians' Secret of Hair Growtli At a tiEO when I had become disconrased at trying various hair lotions, tonics, specialists' i treatments, etc., I came across, in iny travels, a ChcroIvPB Indian "medicine nun" who had an Kvii l'V-ii lirt nwpvprnln would prow mv hriif- ' Although I had but little faith, I gave it a trial. From recent pholo....

Publication Title: Richmond Daily Register
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond daily register. — 2 March 1920

o "J I a o . 1 : 1;--1 A, i o - The RiuimotfJ Dally Register, Richmond Madison County; Tuesday Afternoon, March 2, 1920 Liberal Days - , J Following the custom of furniture dealers all over the country, we will inaugurate a big March sale on all furniture, and reduction prices will prevail in every departmnt of our big furniture store during the thirty-one days of this month. We will have our furniturepriced so attractive that 'it will be unnecessary to go out town to make purchases, and we will be able to keep the money here in our home town, where it will have a chance of being turned over and afford you the opportunity of getting at least part of it back. Keep ing I liis ew-. Store New Besides : the business-like purposes of marking all furniture ''prices; very low to keep the stocks at; this new store new, this March sale is intended as. an invitation to a wider circle i f o friends. With a 'free hand we have created very low prices which' many. merchants would be timid about of...

Publication Title: Richmond Daily Register
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond daily register. — 2 March 1920

Page Six IKe Richmond Daily Register ffaKmonfy Maclison County.Tuesday Afternoon, March 2, 1920 Alwav s What to do for IO r r9 tape's Diapepsin" by neutro.1- izmg tne acidity ot the stomach.. nstantly relieves the food sour ingr and fermentation v. nicr ish causes the misery-making gases. heartburn, flatulence, fullness or pain in stomach and intestines. . A few tablets of "Tape's Dir.-' pepsin" bring relief almost as soon as thev reach the stomach. They help regulate the disordere d j stomachs so favorite toods can be eaten without distress Costs so little at drug stores. It, Dk. BURKHART Wants you to -write him today for a treatment of Dr. Burkharfs Vegetable. Compound. Pay for same when cured a: I,iver, Kidney, Stomach Trouble. Const: ration. Catarrh. Kheumatism Don't mia this grandest of remedies aud wonderful preventative for Grip, Flu. Address 621 Main St., Cincinnati, O. For eala at all Iru? Stores, J&S.Zy treatment 2sc Adv. TOBACCO BED n 4 FERTILIZER i us. "The Keen Kult...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond daily register. — 3 March 1920

1- i 1 E E Established 1 865 55th Year No. 53 ' Richmond, Madison County, Kentucky Wednesday Afternoon, March 3, 1920 Price Five Cents WANTS HOOVER TO - ADDRESS SOLONS Winchester Senator Offers Reso lution Praising Him Day In the Legislature (By Associated I'rcss) Frankfort, March 3 Senator Geo. Hon, of Winchester, today introduced a joint resolution inviting Heibert Hoover to address the general as sembly. The resolution praises Hoov er's diplomacy and tact as a member of the American mission to Belgium and invites him to deliver an address "on topics of current interest - and public welfare". The House today passed a number of bills including a substitute for the Vance bill placing a tax of 50c a gal lon on whiskey, the Williamson bill enables the state to accept the Jef ferson Davis Memorial, two Meyers bills enabling cities and counties to establish and maintain free public libarics and the Smith bill authorizing circuit judges to change the time of holding court. In" the plan t...

Publication Title: Richmond Daily Register
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Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond daily register. — 3 March 1920

tviiimiiu uui ivcguici iviiAiiviivj, .Muwu wuuiu), Wednesday Atternoon, March 3, 1920 Place your order todaypor -. i-f tj , I nice 5aJ Delivered to any part . ' . 1 3 county r ii q 'L.Li s Corns in arid let our quotations AO us give you PHONE 85 Richmond Dally Register S. M. SAIFLKV, Editor and Proprietor Entered at the postofflce . In Rich xiond as second class mail matter under Act of Congress of 1S75. IN OLD KENTUCKY SubMcriitlon Rtttra Per year by mail $3.0(f Six months, by mail . $2.00 Three months, by mail $1.00 ijne month by mall 5c In city by carrier, per week ... 10c Subscriptions are strictly cash-in-advance to all and paper' wil' be stopped promptly when subscription . has ex pired. . ' " " ' " ' Political Announcements The Daily Tlegisier Is authorized to announce the following candidates for office sniije.ct, to.t'ie action,, of the Dem ocratic a'i'ty-- r . v A'ASA-!' An explosion in put the tow hoat, in1? td lh? Canr.I -. tho or Lit. 1 : ! i : '..m;ni::sion while in op...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond daily register. — 3 March 1920

Wednesday Afternoon, March 3, 1920 Page Three Tonight MARY MILES MINTER : in "JUDY ROGUES HARBOR" Also Jazz Monologue. Pictorial Life and "Some Romeo" FRIDAY Norma Talmadge and THOMAS MEIGHAN in "The Heart of Watona" Too good to be true and a Travelogue. With 14 Artists Including' Herbert Rawliason Sylvia Breamer . Irene Castle, Effie Shan non, Mar jc-rie Rambeau -Vfjolet Hemming and others. . 4 . ; ' "TOPICS OF THE DAY" "The Last of the Semin oles " Prizma Natural color pictures. Hear the Derscn Musical Five, pos itively their last week, here. Alhambra SPECIAL THURSDAY "THE COMMON A war story with a laugh, a thrill and a throb. The theme of common cause shows why and how the ..allies combined and won and Opera House STEWART 1 fTKJCAAA PRICES 20c and 30c, war tax inc. BLAGKWS fhe Richmond Daily Register, RicEmbnd Madison County. " , 1 5 a .ill i O p. No Nerve in the -table "Ins ........ - i Distort) ance Leverage- CoTvtGTtTtvexvt aTLd satis faction, come as coffee troubles vanish, w...

Publication Title: Richmond Daily Register
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond daily register. — 3 March 1920

Page Four Richmond, Madisoq County, Hie Richmoricl Daily Register. Wednesday Afternoon, March 3, 1920 AMERICANS ASKED TO STAY SIGHTSEERS SHOULD KEEP OUT OF EJJfJOPE UNTIL PEOPLE GET ON FEET AGAIN. Suits Dresses BAPTISTS" ENLARGE WORK HE Smaller . Garsaiicl; the Millinery r Youthful Lines, p Superb Tailoring Styled to the Hqur i lay be found at the Idea Shop, the smartest in Lexington. Ex actly the same styles as now appearing in New York. , -; : ' ; ...... -'1 r . ff.t 238 1-2 West Main'StGrerBassettV Lexington, Kentucky 4. CROP VALUES INCREASE most valuable. crop was coin, the com- As a .consequence the grcajfc pre- ...puted,-. value of, whichon thejbasis of 'duction'as well' as higher prices! the $1.35 a bushel was $3,934,000,000. Depailment of Agncufture rcpcit.s, Tor the purposes .oTxompanson, the the- tdtat value of ' farm predicts'- DepaitmeHt-f. -Agriculture takes" the the United States rose to the record value of the.crpp of 1909 as 10Q,Xhe figure of $24,982,000,000. In this...

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. — 3 March 1920

.V O 1 j Hit: d Daily Register. Richmond Madison County, Wednesday Afternoon,, March 3. ,1920 Tage Five n WEIG I fFhcusands Of Thin, Frail People Restored To Health By Tanlac 1 ?i HI .v i MANY REMARKABLE EXPERIENCES TOLD .. ' MRS. CHAS. PEDEN GAiMS 27 POUNDS ; People In All Ranks Of Life Tell J 't I What Celebrated Medicine -f ? Has Done For Them ? M One of the most noteworthy - features in connection with Tan lac and one that stands out more prominently than any other, pcr- . haps, is the very large number of well-known men and women from all parts of the country who have . recently reported astonishing and ; rapid increases in weight as a re sult of its use. When so many -well-known ' people of unquestioned integrity niake statement after statement, ejch corroborating the other, the : trjiith of such statements can no lojiger be doubted. I jThousands have testified tha? '(his famous medicine has com rpfctely restored them to health ?s5d strength,-after every Other Ccdicine and the...

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. — 3 March 1920

Page Si ITie Richmond Daily Register Richmond, Madison County, Wednesday Afternoon, March 3, 1 920 IX 1 Always Coals of Dependable Quality F. H. GORDON ; 1 Jv " Feeds Joseph Saure, SO, oldest LaGrange hierchant who died after a long illness made the brick with "which the busi ness block he occupied was built and also that used for construction cf the Oldham county court house. SOCIAL AND PERSONAL . - -.1 give a man his money's worth of necktie The patent lining guaran tees a perfectly shaped scarf after continual wearing-. ' Tiie colors and designs are the equal of the finest shown in the country's most exclu sive shops. The cost is no more than what is asked fur the ordin ary kinds. . ; J. S. Stanifcr Mrs. A. K Burnam, Miss Madge Eumam and Mrs. Warfiekl Bennett and children having spent several weeks at Palm Beach and Miami, Florida, are now at Daytona Beach for a few weeks stay before return ing home. Dr. Curtis Burnani, of i Baltimore, joined them there having been called by the ...

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. — 4 March 1920

AV n'R-n-. H; JLJD established 1865 55th Year No. 54 Richmond. Madison County, Thursday Afternoon, March 4, 1920 Price Five Cents Daily 11 T BALLARD'S BILL BEATEN IN HOUSE Altho Body Is Republican It Re fuses To Abolish Office Of Jury Fund Trustee Madison county's representative in the House at Frankfort had his bill to abolish trustees of the jury fund defeated in the House. Gov. Morrow had named this as an useless office and although the House is over whelmingly republican, it refus ed to abolish the office and beat Mr. Ballard's bill Wednesday. In telling: of the legislative work at Frankfort Representative Ballard Writes the Daily Register that last week two very impoitant bills, (a affect our county of Madison) passed and with the exception of a few minor amendment are now readv for the signature of the governoi-. Tnese bills are commonly known as the "Road Bill" and the "County Board of Education- Bill". Under this road bill, Richmond Is named as one of the construction center...

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. — 4 March 1920

inursaayArternoori, March 4, I V0 1 V Place your order today for North em White Delivered to any part the county Come in and let us give you our quotations Richmond Dai!? Register S. M. SAUFLEY, Editor and Proprietor Entered at the, postoffice In Rich mond us second class mall matter under Act of Congress of 1875. Subscription Rate Per year by mail $3.00 Six months, by mail $2.00 Three months, by mail .. $1.00 One month by mail 50c In city by carrier, per week 10c Subscriptions are strictly cash-in-advance to all acd paper -wil be stopped promptly wbea 'subscription has ex pired. - . - Political Announcements Th Dnilv. "Rfi'r!str Is authorized to announce tlie t'ollowihg . candidates for J oince. suoject to me action oi tne uem ocratic party; ..' l'or Congress jllALPH GILBERT, of Shelby County. BLANTON PHONE 85 flair Grown on Bald Hsad After being slmost totalis bald, n New Yorker Happily foocd something which bronchi out m new. luxuriant prowth of bn:r of which he la bo proud that ...

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. — 4 March 1920

Thursday Afternoon, March 4, 1920 Page Three A 11 1 1 SPECIAL Alhambra TONIGHT Stewart Blackton's "THE COMMON CAUSE" With 14 ARTISTS, including HERBERT RAWLINSON, IRENE CASTLE, EFFIE SHANNON. THURSDAY - Norma Talmadge end , THOMAS MEIGHAN in "The Heart of Walona" SATURDAY DUSTIN FARNUM "A MAN IN THE OPEN" PEARL WHITE IN "THE BLACK SECRET" and Opera House FRIDAY A beautiful story of a woman's undying faith and love 9 "To gocd to be True", a Sennett ccmedy and Travelogue. Hear the Derson Musical Five Positively Their Last Week PRICES i , 20c and 30c, war tax inc. 'JOCMA - 1 -TALAVADCF S fhe Kichmcnd Daily Register, Richmond Madison County, 7 0 Your figure 1 If I? i is t2D every woman's figure belongs to a certain type. Every type has its distinctive contour, its lines to improve, its grace to enhance. It is this law that our graduate corsetieres follow in their fitting. In our exclusive corset shop one of the very few west cf New York ycu ' will find a model which is de signed for you...

Publication Title: Richmond Daily Register
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond daily register. — 4 March 1920

Page Four Richmond Ma Jlson County, ihe Richmond Daily Register Thursday .Afternoon,: March 4, 1 920 FORMER LOGAL DENTIST , DIES !N LEXINGTON PI - i i -r i - Friends here regretted to learn of the death at Lexington of Dr. John W. Creed, who formerly practiced dentistry here and then went to Fayette. He had many warm, friends here. The Herald said of his demise : Dr. John W. Creed, 76 years old, Civil War veteran and re cently elected commander of E. L. Dudley Post, G. A. R., died at his home, 537 West High street, Tuesday morning at 4 o'clock, following a brief illness. A grad uate of Louisville Dental College, Dr. Creed practiced his profession at Richmond for many years, later moving to Lexington where he is quite well known. Dr. Creed was a prominent Odd Fel low, being a long time member of Madison Lodge No. 14. He was also a member of the Bap tist church. Dr. Creed was a man of sterling character, strong convictions and always took a lively interest in public affairs, which he ...

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. — 4 March 1920

The ruuiuiiond Daily Register, Richmond Madison County, Thursday Afternoon, March 4, 1 920 Page Five V f .m i i . I; m I , 4 -4 I Miss Alice Metcalf will have charge of the program, and it promises to be the best we have given. Mr. Dawson, of the Columbia Grafo nola Company, will give a short talk during the evening. Mrs. Dawson will sing some of the latest music. nememDer ii s rree Seating capacity limited-come early - "' 2 .4 i I i. ; PAINT LlCiC- ReV. David Asher,- "of ; London, preached at Mt. Tabor "last Sunday and was the guest of A.- -T.' Bowling. Mr.' and Mrs." R. G. Woods, Mrs. Robt. Walker, Dick ; Davis, Jewell Wallace, Sam Beasley, Jas. Woods and D. W. White composed a party that yent to Cincinnati Saturday to bring back seven Chevrolet cars. Jess Beasley and P. Hensley are delivering the last of" their crop of tobacco and said to be one of the best crops; raised around -bere. .' . ''Miss Mary Todd has the "flu. ; Her many friends wish" for her a speedy recovery. ; . . ; ...

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. — 4 March 1920

a- Page Six The Richmond Dally Register Richmond, Madison County,' , Thursday Afternoon, March 4; 1920 41 P ercent Protein SEED Kave another car of 41 per cent Cotton Seed Meal now running and will book your order. You had best be cure you have enough to finish your cattle. F. FEEDS BUILDERS MATERIALS CITY SCHOOLS HONOR J Iazel Brandenburg, BilHe Luxon, Opal Taylor, Florence Dudley. I First p-rn.de Miss Walker. ROLL FOR FIRST TERI'S j'A?t Barnes, Jennings 1 ribble, illiam Superintendent I- Howard :Marcum. l'a ne today announces the hon or roll for the Caldwell graded school and the Madison High School- The pupils who make a general average in all their sub jects of 90 per cent or above are placed on the honor roll- The honor roll by grades, with the teacher of each grade is shown as follows : Seniors Walker McKinney, Robert Sandlin - Juniors Elaine Million, Bonnie Mae .Stocker, ilazel Carson, Ray Stocker. Sophomores Joe Conglelon. Sara Goodloe, Edna Mullinix. Freshmen Marion Sue Mar...

Publication Title: Richmond Daily Register
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