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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond daily register. — 9 March 1920

V i he knAuuGhd Daily Register, Richmond Madison County, , Tuesday Afternoon, Marcri 9, 1 920 Pace Five .2 ' ? . Arfttroen date in this. "territory''".' - l . r ;kLT k '' Miicnl-' eiLlU Program next Thursday night . . Distinguished Violinist Dramatic Soprano Pianist Adnv 50c; Res. Seats $1 .00 March lltb, 8 P.M. Til Halving Ehrlich I i S 2 t 1... The Best Insurance- ; : lc: ; : Against ) Inff luenza Pjoinjnent. , Educator . Believes That Vapomentha I A ., Sure j"-?' - Preventive'''- ' ' . ' Dr. R. M. Brame, discoverer of Ilrame's Vapometha Salve, has a letter from C. C. Wright, Superin tendent of the Wiikes County, N. C, Tuhlic Schools, in which he says: "We have nsed Brame's Vapomentha Salve for nearly all the ills for which it is prescribed and have always se cured satisfactory results. If used in time it has, never failed to break up' colds, usually the forerunner of Grippe, Influenza and Pneumonia. I speak from personal observation. I believe if this preparation is used in lime ...

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. — 9 March 1920

Pajfee Four. IKc Richmond Dally Registef RifcKmonff Madison County .Tuesday Afternoon, March 9, 1 920" 1 ; the case in shane for fnrtlifr n vii... i' opal - . . icuuw musiara j- -. WHEAT OR WHEAT SHORTS By. the bag $3.20 By I" the ion $62.00 Pure Wheat; Bran $2i75 a Bag ,i T 'i) cjM i s A fine feed - no better sold ...... t. i roiein of 15.65 at $3.00 per per ton hip Stuff anywhere - with a bag or $58.00 'i ' ; M"C. If ' ; Phone 28 buIlding supplies : '- - lit ej m, F. H. GORDOW ' rf -v I La 4nt aw a" ll - I IIWIIW ALWAYS COAL 'WW . The Wilmore Commercial Club has gotten beh a $50,000 hotel. Mr. and Mrs. Gt nrcrr TT lVfv-fr; have taken rooms with the for mer s parents at the corner of Main and Third streets. The children of Mr :ind Trs Strother Park, iirthe countv. are repur.ted Quite ill of sr;irW fever and ..toiisilitis. n ' V For Rheumatism v J. W- Moore has bought a farm near ioyiesvjlle.and took posses sion of . same Monday. March. 8. He:has -resigned his position as barber at ...

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. — 10 March 1920

Dam n Richmond, Madison County, Kentucky Wednesday Afternoon, March 1 0, 1 920 Price Five Cents Lstablished 1865 55th Year No. 60 THE TO TALK FEDERAL ROAD THURSDAY Good Roads Boosters To Meet At Court House Here Madison Must Get Busy A lot of interest is being aroused in the good roads meeting which will be held at the courthouse in Richmond at 2 o'clock Thursday afternoon. Lancas ter Dike farmers are wanted especial ly at this meeting. Their farms arc the ones that are going to be benefit ted and increased in values by the buildinsr of the federal highway along their Dike to the Garrard line. They j i will be the ones who will ride thin roadwav the most and get the great est pleasure from it and it is up to; The Weather Cloudy tonight and Thursday ; probably local rains. LOCAL POST FIFTH IN STATE STANDING American Legion Boys of Madi son Make Good Showing In -Membership Drive Commander Harry D. Rice and other, members and officers of Jesse M. Dykes Post, of Ameri can Legion are pro...

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. — 10 March 1920

o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o a 3 0 o o o o o D o o o V ooo WE ARE HAVING A RUN ON Northern White Sr o MOYNAHAN & HIGGIN3 CONTRACTORS CVT TOJfE WOB' t:CAVATiXC; Coacete work in all Its brunviim. We secure our stone iro:u tho f a- Marble Creek (lunrrt in Jes samin county iGn? lit-ttrr- Lrt u Bsure with yon on laying your Cellar and Kounnt-ans. rrleahoa- .11)4 ICiniO.VD, KY. Richmond Dally Register ) S. M. SAUFIiKY, Editor and Proprietor Entered at the postof fice in Rich mond as second class mall matter j-under Act of Congress of. 1875. 5 BO Uflw . o GET OUR FRIGE .11. Uidiiillisl Q Subscription Per year by mall Six months, by mail Three months, by mail one noma uy man Bate .$3.00 .$2.00 $1.00 .B0c r?i cltv bv carrier, per week 10c Subscriptions are strictly cash-In-ad-vance to all and paper. wil be stopped promptly when subscription has ex pired. - , Political Announcements The Daily Register Is authorized to announce the following candidates for office subject to the action...

Publication Title: Richmond Daily Register
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond daily register. — 10 March 1920

r i. TIT '..is- OPERA Tfil I HOUSE rwi -MAURICE-.- : TOUfeNEURS h n n r e e f ? rs - -? V W W W W W f W V W W Vx o U'o- y tV-U- . W ' o o Q O d o Do o d o o o o o o d d d d o o o o o o o ,-jncr-. T TV J ' . n Tiiii JJ s. - - , .J. e '- N V-v If you are to take advantage oi the i ; Sale at our store. Remember the M?.rch rcdiiclipna ' yr.:- every article in our biq stock, c::c:,.; . Victrolas: If you want bargains SS'e Ii:va 1 Ir-r.v 2 ONLY 17 MORE SALE DAYSAI itO- POOOGCOOC05GCCGCCCC : 'I C-. SOCIAL AND PERSONAL 1. I Delightful Birthday Dinner V '-Mrs. A. D. Burrus, of Baldwin en tertained with a delightful dinner i.i ; . ; ; hbnor of her birthday Tuesday !th. jta:n vi'.'i ; Those present -were as follows: Mr. ! jv:.jvs T.v. .' aild Mrs. Luther Burrus, of Richmnn i; 1 1., ncrt :: Mrs. .W. N. Burrus and daughter, 'State i-'i Amanda and son, George, of Million; , ur:-c! b . Mrs. Herbert Boaddus and ehildren; Mrs. Chester Jones, Mrs. Nannie Lea i;;nn j; : ; Cobb and children, Messrs. Ed...

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. — 10 March 1920

Page Four Hie Richmond Da3y Register Richmond, Madison County, Wednesday Afternoon, March 10, 1920 , vv!iFv. tilSS NOLAND'S FINE : WORK AT STATE &h$& Art?- , -prsif Tced ; - i s i ! 5 n-; ' f. z w m if:. 5 ? - Y TRUT "An Appetizer, System Builder, StrengtHener and Real Nerve Tonic," Prominent Physician Declares of Perfect Preparation What All "Flu" . Victims Need. "As an appetizer, strengthener, system builder and real nerve tonic, I can heartily recommend and commend Trutona." Dr. J. Richards, the prominent .Tennessee physician, in making the foregoing statement, has real ly pronounced Trutona a remarks a'ble treatment for 'overcoming serious after-effects of influenza, pneumonia and the like. " Victims of these dreaded win ter maladies, after "recovering" from an attack, almost invariably find themselves possessed of little or no appetite and their system in a dreadfully weakened, run-down and nervous state. Considering Dr. Richards' Avords it is easy to understand why Tru...

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. — 10 March 1920

. t Page Five Ill III! Ilil MORE BIG. MADISON FARMS CHANGE TITLE The rimiond Daily Register, Richmond Madison County, Wednesday Afternoon, March T 0; 1 1 920 . - - . .. . , . . ." . . , . iManfraMnammriMi Tfi.f.j.f....,..v, -.-r ri,i,lrJ-r. , - , rt V at tf4 t V ; i A i i i i f ? . i u " t r i . ft -iv TV i ... I s k' f fr ) t No Waste Motion The. packing business is noted for tho elimination of waste in manufacturing. Swift & Company is equally effective in saving waste in the distribution of products. From ranch or farm to your meat dealer there is no loss of time, money, material, or motion. Four hundred branch sales houses in large cities and townshundreds of regu lar refrigerator car routes reaching small towns, all directed by wire from a central point, bring meat products from our packing plants located in producing areas, to retailers in all parts of the country in the best possible condition, in the least possible time, at the least possible cost, . and over the most di...

Publication Title: Richmond Daily Register
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond daily register. — 10 March 1920

Page Ilie Richmond Daily Register Richmond, Madison County, Wednesday Afternoon, March 10, 1920 .csHcw-tsrjrsax'i?-i!Eet'3'; 1 Kt : t Now is the ii ; i i :j rim , i-H t v. i ; 5 ' , i. 1 r-: J-nM improved. Her host of friends here will be delighted, to know that Mrs- J. Walker Stewart,-, who 'has been a patient in a Nashville hospital, the past two weeks, is improving rai)idlv- mid ' Tin c rptnrncd r hpr lllhome in Lexington' ' - i.5 . . , 1 v hauled from under the skating rink at Middlesboro after dodging bullets fired E. L. Connor, National Bank teller, to whom he presented a forged check, and then tried to escape. . tij - .... V 1.1 lr - 'O' "; r ire Hi' '.)Jecting' to his son Jiolsums H ! leaving the . house to call on a bi yomg lad- ajid following a quar t J rel, -1 fenry Patterson, near Aur I ! su.3- 'firet-1. the 19-year-old youth ffiwith a shot gun several shots en- fejout a warrant for his father, the ij young u-ian left to enlist in the army. U. G. MacFarland, prohibition ...

Publication Title: Richmond Daily Register
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond daily register. — 11 March 1920

Ti m (DMMOMD Established 1865 55th Year-No. 61 Richmond, Madison County, Kentucky Thursday Afternoon, March 1 1 ,1 920 Price Five Cents 0, J LOCKETT PAYS THE PENALTY AT 4:32 A. U. Negro Murderer of Five Women Dies In Electric Chair Pray ed All Night Long. - (By Associated Press) Eddyville, Ky., March 11 Pet- Tie Kimbrough, alias Will Lockett the convicted slayer of Geneva Hardman, and self confessed mur . . derer of four other persons, al women, died in the electric chair - prison here at 4 :32 this morning-, Guards took the negro from his cell in the death row at 4:14 and immediately escorted him to the death chamber. His face bore but a slight sign of emotion as his head was , en veloped in the black cap-. Prison Electrician Collier turn ed on the electric current within 15 seconds and Kimbrough was pronounced dead at 4:32- Two brothers of the Hardman girl and 17. Lexington citizens to gether with eight soldiers and 12 prison guards, witnessed the exe cution. jvimDrougn retuseci t...

Publication Title: Richmond Daily Register
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond daily register. — 11 March 1920

J 4 'Aci ;, rM.'tt lnursaay Arternoon, lviarcn 11,1 VZU i t Ifufra-fl-' m 1' mm Our Yards are full How's Your Coal m,a lH)uryin Phone 85 Woulc 4 Hi Yen Lose If Your Property Burned Today? The destruction of that $5,000 home you built a few years ago would lose to you the original cost, plus another $5,000. For it costs $10,0C0 now to build the :$5,000 home of 1914. ; Likewise the-loss of today of the business; property : that' cost $50,000 before Germany went mad , would be $100,000 probably $100,000 would not replace it. .. ;; . - . ; ' : . .'; ;.: John W rooke, Resident Agent Richmond, Kentucky n - Ala i Our Duplex Sasic Phosphate Contains 45 Per Cesi ii:r.c And 18 Per Cent Phosphoric Acid ; deeded-by every foci of cultivated land .in Madison coun- -ty. Wil! net EdidhJ disintegrate pr lose strengthi LJ Has no bad'edcr. -W2 udep isx!efiniteiy.?i ' i -il W r.h'Ul;l iit Ai' I ll will pay 203 per cent interest on your corn and1 ' ?5 T I'fiar pats crop ItjWiii per; cent interest on you...

Publication Title: Richmond Daily Register
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond daily register. — 11 March 1920

IKe KichmonH Daily Register, Ricfimond MacKson County, Thursday Afternoon, March 11,1 920 FRIDAY ALHAMBRA , OPERA HOUSE PRICES 20c and 30c War Tax Included TONIGHT STROHEIM'S Famous Play "BLIND HUSBANDS" A 2 reel comedy and a Weekly Would ycu" go to jail for a year to SATURDAY Kitty Gordon in 'Adele' PEARL WHITE in THE BLACK SECRET, and a Mutt and Jeff cartoon. "HIS MASTER'S VOICE" Jazz monologue and a Pictorial life subject' also- Bert Lyiell in "Easy to Make Money" make money ?. See handsome Bert Lytell in his newest and best pro c?ud ion. You'll like it! The Alhambra will be open matinee and niahf Saturdav MARCH 13th, SHOWING THE REGULAR PICTURE j be presented at the OPERA HOUSE Saturday Night i. -1- "J frOOOOQQOQQQOOGOOOOOOOOOOOOO 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 o o o o o o o d o o o o o o o o o o If you are to take advantage of the Big March Sale at our store. Remember the March reductions include every article in our big stock, excepting Victrolas . If ...

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. — 11 March 1920

i Page Four The Richmond DaHy Register chmond, Madison County, Thursday Afternoon, March 11,1 920 inn Malvin Ehrlich : Pianist uies Distinguished Violinist Dramatic Soprano Adm. 50c; Res. Seats $1.00 March 1Kb, 8 P. M. Tim Falk Estelle Wentworth NORMAL CHAPEL 3 1 l hursoiay, I! nr.- w . - - ;'-:V .'V. ft V f S - v f M 2:m i .a V. i. r T $w Manic Account A good old joke is told of the woman who, when asked by the banker to indorse her husband's check so it could be cashed, wrote on the back: "I heartily indorse this check. Your loving wife, Mary." Whether that incident is true or not, it happens frequently in real life that some woman, left alone by her husband's absence or death, finds herself in woeful ignorance of how to manage her money affairs. . Thoughtful farm ers and other business men these days are opening bank accounts for their wives as told in a splendid article in the next issue of the copy everywhere This bank encourages such ac counts for farm wives, and it is glad at...

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. — 11 March 1920

Trie rucimrond Daily Register, Richmond Madisori'Caunty, Thursday Afternoon, Marclul I 1 920 Page Five KIRKSViLL V1 hi r Lexington, Ky -. The Seal of Distinction ' , - ; The spirit and purpose of our -. MILLINERY, J DRESSMAKING, ' SUITS - - . ' is to create apparel that has all the fineness necessary to make it of a distinctive character and at prices that are moderate. 23S 1-2 West Main Over Bassett's r "X jt o ft ii - f -'7 $ 1 MAlvfnl Ehrli' tianfslf at 3f of4 mal tonight. $2 FOR HIS HONESTY New York, March 10. An order on the bank of Montreal entitling the bearer to $1,200,000 in railroad 'bonds was picked up in the street in the street in the financial district early today by Harry Hahan, a seventeen-year-old clerk. Nothing the brokerage linn signature on the order the youth delivered the paper, to ;its . .office, A reward of $2 was given to him with the advice ' "that he : was" ' an' ' honest lad and probably would make his ,wa-j in; the i world." jU MiV 1 T If it '1 MISSIONAR...

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. — 11 March 1920

ITie Richmond Daily Regjstef Richmond, Madison County. '. Thursday Afternoon, MarcK 1 1 , 1 920 :. ; t er1 iz"1! czr1! r" Hundred Delivered anywhere in the city 3.00 Per Ton Price $53.00 v Wheat Middlings or Shorts Delivered anywhere ib the city .-' ... . . $3.20 - . -J- Ton Price $62.09 Per Hfih'dred Pure ran or-. . 1 -' -- - - ' ' ' Delivered anywhere h the ci(y $2.75 Per Hundred Ton Prici $54.00 UJ OLD KENTUCKY .: Release of a car of coal , belonging to the .Taylor Tobacco Co., relieved anacute famine at Mt. Sterling which particularly, affected the poor. ; - been advised from Washington of the 'formed on the autopsy on the -body t death through accident V at Coblenz, i of Sam Bradley, killed by K. A. Brad-1 Germany, of his son. .Private WV A. Estes,' who recently re-enlisted after serving through the war.1 ' .At Louisville John McGovern, form er jockey who weighs 90 pounds, was fined on the charge of. his wif that he had slapped her face with a beef steak.' '. . ' - " At Warsaw ...

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. — 12 March 1920

Established 1865 55th Year-No. 62 Richmond, Madison County, Kentucky. Friday Afternoon, March 12,1 920 Price Five Cents ) SUITS FILED ON - CATTLE SALES HERE Seller Claims "Cold" Checks Were Given Him Other Actions Ffled In Circuit Court V, Two suits "for the value of live stock sold at Richmond court day hivA Kci filrt oc, Ar ... llltU 111 LUC millC Ul " rtnf I - Toe- " V because of the fact that feed Is high, and the value , of the stock wight deterioriate while they are of the cases, Judge Shackelford has entered orders for their sale by the sheriff, if satisfactory in demnity bond is given by the plaintiff. r 1 Gilhert Smith brought suit against W. M. Campbell, to whom he: claims to have sold 23 cattle for $816.20. He alleges that Campbell gavi him. a check for that amount upon the Fourth Na tional Bank, ofCincinnati, when he had not funds to meet the check. .The petition says that the stock is now at' the East End ,Stock Yards in Richmond and will soon be moved unless attachment...

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. — 12 March 1920

.4 4 :' T 1 ' vi::i WE SELL THE PbfcI 1 (Iff KNOWN THE QUALITIES GET OUR PRICE COAL N. Watkins, 59, president of Lon don motor company and prominent in affairs,: died " suddenly' if rem 'a puraly-tic-stroke. STOCKTON & SON ' -Fertilizer, y: " Oar Dutilidz Basic Phosphate Contains-'' ' 45 Per Cent Liciei And 18 Per Gent Phosphoric Acid, iSeeded by every foot of cultivated larid in Madison coun- ' ty. Will not harden, disintegrate or lose strength! Has. np.. bad odor. Will keep irdefinitelyvjf :i I v j .J rtf Vi(! It viil pay 200 per cent Merest oiiour cbriiaE oatscrgj fj Y!iLisJ i itrQ vd It will pay 5Jt) per cent interest on your 'tobacco 5P aSJ! Cf-ii3 ??f f ' 1 F3 !53 riVF9 pa ' 5Bw ' w e have cnliand any cjuantity you may neerctffrTn"'"ther sasorf, ateiail pgices, and wJl 5 l "T T 9T- Incorporated GREEK CLAY, Agent Phone 51; Ki&wtTobl thePsojlfe': produce," and a good part .of the time they; - v. are several-cents under ray prices and :scme- -few, times pay as much and as...

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 March 1920

V N V -V; ..." fie rtichmonci Daily Register, RicKmond MacEson County. Friday Afternoon, March 12, 1 920 Alhamhra Opera House I TITTPt Etoptt BaftoOO in "EASY TO MAKE MONEY" JAZZ MONOLOGUE, PICTOR IAL LIFE and a CHRISTIE COMEDY ALHAMBRA will be cpen Mati Kitty Gordon in "Adele" PEARL WHITE in "THE BLACK SECRET' MUTT and JEFF. COMEDY MONDAY DOROTHY D ALTON in "L'APACHE" - nee and night Saturday Vaude vMeat Opera House. Born in 1839 Dr. Caldwell Still in His Office Daily Wonderful vigor of the founder of Dr. Caldwell's Syrup Pepsin. Millions now use his famous prescription Physicians know that good health depends largely upon proper digestion and elimination and that much sickness results from constipation. No one knows this better than - r the "family" doctor, the general practioner. DR. W. B. Caldwell of Mon ticello, Illinois, was and is a family doctor. The whole human body, not any small part of it, was his practice. More than half his "calls" were on women, children and babies. 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. — 12 March 1920

V-.' Page Four , The ructmiond Daily Register, Richmond Madison County, Friday Afternoon, March -1 2, 1 920 V To abort a cold and prevent corn-. plications, take ? The purified and refined calomel tablets that are nausealess, safe ana sure. Medicinal virtues retain ed and improved. Sold only in sealed packages. Price 35c. I You can economize on spring clothes You're interested in that subject we know; because everyone likes the results of econo my the money saved- You don't always like the sacrifices that go with "economizing" The nice thing about clothes economy is the fact that ycu don't have to "sacrifice." : You buy better clothes; that's the answer then you let the clothes do the, economizing. All-wool wears longer; you don't have to 1 buy so often; that saves for you. We could sell you more cheap ones; you'd spend more money with us. But we'd rather sell fewer clothes to you and know that every time you buy you get your money's worth. You always do in Hart Schaffner & Marx...

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. — 12 March 1920

V V v ic tviauuuqg uany Kegister Kichmond. Madison loamy Friday, Afternoon, March 1 2, 1 920 . Page Five - , 77se Aos Reliable Harvesting and Haying Machines , , v s . 77ie Afos Popular Tractors, Plows end Tillage Imple dements stp$ OU know these trade . names. Your father knew them before you, and your grandfather was ramihar with two of them McCormick and P. & O. They knew in their time and you know today,. through long usage and satisfactory service, that there are no better farm machines and implements made than those bearing these trade names, which are guarantees of high quality' and operating efficiency. McCormiclc built the first practical reaper; Deering sold the first twine binder and introduced binder twine. Vm. Parlin "and the founders of the Chattanooga line were arriong the earliest plow pioneers. The lines started by these famous manufacturers have been constantly growing since their small beginnings and every "new machine and implement that has been added has had...

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. — 12 March 1920

Y- - The RicKmond Daily Reglstef Richmond, Madison County, Friday Afternoon, Mut J 5. 1920 You kra w She Qua 1 ify Weights proyen by the City scales F U Q FIELD SEEDS Phone 28 BUILDING MATERIAL? IN OLD KENTUCKY or ofa family' of . 27 children, official of Montgomery county, 10 years be- fore becoming1 blind, came into note I James Q. Stephens, 89, last surviv- while jailer in standing off two mobs. Do Not Get Careless With Your Blood Supply Impurities Invite Disease. ., You should pay particular heed to any indication that your blood - supply 13 becoming' sluggish, or '."that there is a lessening ia it3 strong- and vital force. ' . ' f i i By keeping your blood purified, your system more easily wards off disease that is ever present, yrait- 'opening. A few bottles of S. S. S.,1 Laboratory, Atlanta. Ga. the graat vegetable blood medi cine, will revitalize your blood and give you new strength, and a healthy, vigorous vitality.. rEvery- ' one needs it just now to keep the system in. pe...

Publication Title: Richmond Daily Register
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