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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond daily register. — 17 March 1920

i - r .1; 4tiw tuuuuwuu LStxiAj ivC-gid'-'H Muuuogq, macuson, County,, Wednesday Afternoon, .March 1 7, . 1 920 Page Five LEGION WORKS AiHIC I i h Comradeship Principles Guido Peace Activities of War Veterans FOR j . ; ; Get -Goodyear'Tire Economy for aHS ' laamm-mm.,...-,,,,.,. .,..,u..u,Uu.u........... -. , M-..mm.m..ammn.,m..,.-m.m.m..mm---.-.....J rtnmilltm Mill. , L V - 1 I , V J. t r 1 Miss Mabel S- Deschanes Is Now An Ardent Champion of Tanlac, Since She Began Using It a Few Weeks Ago. Miss Mabel S. DeschanesT a pop ular and attractive young woman, residing at No. 7 Bartlctt street, Lewison, Me., is now an, ardent 1 champion since she began using the medicine a few weeks ago. "I prize Tanlac above every other medicine, even that whiuli was prescribed for me," said Miss Deschanes in relating her experi ence 'recently. "I dislike publici ty, but there are so many others who, no doubt, sutler as I did. I feel that I ought to tell them about it." "I had been a great sufferer from...

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. — 17 March 1920

IKe RicKmonrj Daily Regisfet ffidimonoV Ma'dison County, Wednesday Afternoon, March' 17, 1920 o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o ooooooooocooooooooooooooooooopoooooooooo wis lEffl ALFALFAMAY J ' Another car Western Alfalfa Hay unloaded today. The dairymen and others who know the value of alfalfa hay for dairy cows and sheep snap up this hay. This is the only feed house in the city where you can buy all kinds of Feeds and Seeds. i F Always Good Coal PHONE 28 Everything In Builders Supplies O O o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o THE LEGISLATURE ooooooooooooooooqooodoooooooooooooooooo IN OLD KENTUCKY At Cynthiana, tho total sales of tobacco this season were 9,643.770 pounds at an average of $33.40. Newton Dees, 55, and his son, Lay ton Decs, 21, of Laurel county, both Start economy in the kitchen, re duce the cost of baking save snri serve the purest, tr.ee wc'iolessmo of foods. Use the Baking Powder that caves materials it is used with. Ce!u met Baking Powder nev...

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. — 18 March 1920

FT jDmily mi Established 1865 55th Year No. 67 Richmond, Madison' County, Kentucky ' , Thursday Afternoon, March 1 8, 1 920 Price Five Cents I LEGISLATURE CLOSES IN AN UPROAR Republicans Gain Control of All Elecctions In Louisville Reg istration Bill Passed Kentucky's General Assembly brought its 1920 session to a close Wednesday night, midst scenes of hilarity. The dignified politicians were seen throwing paper, . tossing waste baskets, books and other things into the air, reading and reciting poems which marked the end of this session. ' Frankfort, Ky., March 18. Presi dent S., Thurston Ballard after having established what was called a record for fairness in decisions throughout the session, was accused of being a partisan fighter with his colleagues on the floor when his as sistance was necessary to enable the Republicans to win. With his aid the registration law designed to give to the Republican party control over election machinery in Louisville, passed the Senate and was sen...

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. — 18 March 1920

llim'ov7 1 HiAxvvyn,' itiuiui lUi'i SUVA 1 t .fsy 'fRMfH w ' r -n'T-v Tie-- m w " 4 M':mmM -" -f I A1-- : ; my 'M-pm hi mr- m'- m-- wr m - Richmond Dzih Eer- S. M. SAl'FLEY, Editor :: V . . . ., t re . Entered at the postoffi.-o n, niond as second class m&n mailer under Act of Congress of U75. Political Annocrricemcnts The Daily Register Is aiiu.orizer! announce the loiiowintr -.-:?.? i--;t !.. s : ir ; nom-1 office, subject to the action of tl: ocratic party: For Ooiijrrt&x 9&'JS! - Is Kentucky For II The political writer of Ville Times seems to seo ward Hoover for the nomination among Ken.; crats. Other observers this for some time. Th' As matters st:.r.d nov. , trend i'i- : vi'i; nuii! (!fi&)-1 ii,' R-- i ........ --3 X' "X" .- ."0 IP3" ft Our DtI:;: Basic Phocpiiate Contains 45 Per Cen'; Lime And 13 Per Cent Phosphoric Acid Needed by every uA of cultivate: land in Madiscn coun- ty. Will not hrjrticn. d'sinlsie or lose strength. m bad odor. Win keep nicelimieiy. I...

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. — 18 March 1920

TKe flicKmonc! Daily Register, RicKmond Madison County, Thursday Afternoon, March 1 8, 1 920 X ' " "-' V . ri . -- : y&sK ,wHAT BECOMES OF fi THE AVfRAGE DOLLAR A . ,... YA RECEIVED BY 72? 'S lSWIFT& company! ' y .. '-J-- 2.Bf FROM THE SALE OF MEAT ., f U . AND BY PRODWTS ' M : : . .. .- I Iia30;is?assar7 v I flit es.4 cents is paid for the enis) rrfj&iy uya !B live animal II V L&a&&' 'Jill 13 CENTS FOR LABOR If i'VW EXOENSES AND FREIGHT jU CompamsS) Tr-,. jvO :. . SWIFT & COMPANY I v The Swift Dollar shows a number of R'chmond young men: The Irvine Hop Club gave the first of their spring dances at Gaines' Hall last night. Credit for these delight ful dances is due to the entertainment committee composed of Harry Cockrill and M, L. Rowland. The city was crowded with out-of-town visitors, among whom were: Miss Betty Best, Richmond; Miss Elizabeth Tarks, Lexington; Miss Pauline j Stevens, Winchester; Miss Lucy Lucas, Frank fort; Misses Margaret Mays and Ste...

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. — 18 March 1920

Page Four iliekichmoadUaiiy Register Richmond, Madison County, Thursday Afternoon March 1 8, 1 920 - -. . Br" ii BROCK & SONi CASH GROCERS (Successors to E. S. Wiggins) these Will satisfy your hunger DRIED FRUIT Fnmes 30c lb Peaches Apples Raisins 20 and 25c etc . . 30c lb ...30c 11..; package FRESH FRUIT Oranges .30c dozen Lemons .40c dozen Apples, Roman Beauty $1.15 pck Grape Fruit large. 10c each COFFEES Fresh Supply Garden and Field Seeds GET YOUR SWEET PEAS NOW 10c OUNCE PHONE 586 - SECOND STREET We have a complete carload of marble bought for Sprint delivery consisting of handsomely finished Monuments, -. Markers All who wish to have their work finished by Decoration Day should call and see us at once. We have a large assortment of designs of these monuments for display and will "delight in showing them to you. PlaceTyour order with us and save an agent's commission. We will save you money, if you buy from us and will guar antee satisfaction. . ( MADISON MONUMENTAL WORKS G...

Publication Title: Richmond Daily Register
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond daily register. — 18 March 1920

i tic ivivinxionu uaiiy register, KicnmonQ iviachson County, Thursday Afternoon, March 1 8, 1 920 Page five LEDFORB WRITES ON GOOD ROADS AGAIN V . t J- 1 : : " ; : vi mewmanrr " M ,s .'iSkai, MM HlliliHtlUlpJ I f: : W . . . in iiuttiuim uiinim wiiiifT: ' -3ilaaJSw5-5'3y S,. ijr EM lT , .vlj Same- here" ' - . ' , . ; - .. ' .J i -w ;. . Tlie Famoes St This is the tire you have seen on hundreds of cars in Madison county for the pa five years and the largest selling tire in the county. ; " ' There has been a large advance in prices of all tires, hut in order to protect our trade, we secured as many of these tires as we could at the old prices and they go at that price as long as they last. We haven't many and they won't last long. These are regular built up fabric tires. 30x3 12 non-skid Heavy Tubes .$20.00 ..-$ 3.25 3Gx3 non-skid $15.75 Heavy Tubes '$ 2.75 Rice mon :1-TW0 PLACES d Motor o- In uriiijj the voting o the .fed eral highway iiond issue for Gar rard county, Mr. R. If. Ledfor...

Publication Title: Richmond Daily Register
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond daily register. — 18 March 1920

V IKe RicKmpnd Daily Register RicKmonfl, Madison County, Thursday Afternoon, MarcK 18, 1920 Q O o o G o Q O o Q o 0 Another car Weslern .Alfalfa Hay unleaded today. The dairymen and others who know the value of alfalfa hay y cows and sheep snap up this hay. This is only feed hcr.se is the diy where you can huy all kins of Feeds and Seeds. ford P ! FLJ? f3 PHONE 28 Everything In Builders Supplies O O o o o o o o o o o o o o o o c o o o o o o o TOBACCO TROUBLES IN "BLACK PATCH" LilC i , ... Icui-h Joseph 13. Miller, 83, ai Because there was not enough busi- !-:.iinc m -N w Haven. Ai.-.t w. ilaistoa-:! ot i.artis- ncps to justify the expense, the March term of the Robertson circuit court A .-ovori.i (U'.v. resu-ted i, in n.-rckinri-ie, Mo., for the '; was called off, cases, going over. Pay When Cured Ir. Burl-hart rvar-.ts yon to write him today for a toatment of Dr. Eurkhart'3 Vegetable Comouml for Liver, Kidney, Stomach Trouble, Constipation, Catarrh, Rheumatism. Pay v.-hen cured. Do...

Publication Title: Richmond Daily Register
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond daily register. — 19 March 1920

FT E ICHMOMB f EM, Established 1865 55th Year No. 68 Richmond, Madison County, Kentucky - Friday Afternoon, March 1 9, 1920 Price Five Cents - i COL. HANGER ON GUIDING COMMITTEE Local Man To Have Big Place in Party's Rejuvenation Convention May 4 Col. Harry B. Hanger, of Rich mond, was named as one of the three committeemen from the Eighth district, on the new Dem ocratic Administrative Commit tee, appointed at the conference of party men in Louisville Thurs day night It was announced that the Democratic State Convention will be held in Louisville, Tues day, May 4th, at which time del egates will be chosen to the na tional convention at San Francis co. County mass conventions to name delegates to the state gath ering . will be held Saturday, March 31st. One delegate will be allowed for each 10 votes cast for the democratic electors in the 1916 election. In addition to naming Kentuc ky's representatives to the Na tional Convention the state mce ing will select the new State Cen tral ...

Publication Title: Richmond Daily Register
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond daily register. — 19 March 1920

Richmond Daily Register S. M. SAL'FLKV, Kill (or and Proprietor Entered at the postofftoe In Rich mond as sf :o7id class nail matter mirier Act of Congress ofl 1875. -, . BUY THE R235k ; - R D a' IT PAYS LET US MAIL YOU SAMPLES OUR PRICE 13 THE MARKET PRICE IL-ivc3, H COAL SEEDS Stampede On To I New D'cracc'? Fisvs (By Associate-'! n-f.) " Johannesburg, .March c A rush of diamond seel: err. to stoke claims is reported fix-in Eeynes- IVyi .Well tJ THE AKTlEirFViCAj 1 ' r.-r,::- 4 :ir pert, in the ' Pretoria , district, where rich deposits are said to have been located- Two thousand men, including lawyers, civil ser vants, business men, land owners, i artisans and clerks tcok part and the whole ground . was; pegged out in a few. minutes. Some of the more corpulent employed professional runners to .secure claims previously selected, says a news agency dispatch re ceived here. - " " " " -We, Pay the Highest.,! 1 .CtJ lli 3SI DAI if i US:iI HUM ' " - !i ' vj ii , f?i &M 10GS: 1 We ar...

Publication Title: Richmond Daily Register
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond daily register. — 19 March 1920

tfKe fdcHmonH Daily Register, RicKmonfl MacKson County, Friday Afternoon, MarcK 19,1 920 A T.HAM BR A FRIDAY RU P E RT HUGH E S in "The Cup off Fury X ROSCOE ARBUCKLE in "BACK STAGE" SATURDAY Monday Etf3argret Clark in "Luck in Pawn" P7" OPERA HOUSE PRICES 20c and 30c War Tax Included "Her Cord off Honor" WITH Bessie Barriscale PEARL WHITE IN 1 "THE BLACK SECRET" AD MUTT AND JEFF CARTOON Elderly People Have A " Daily Health Problem Stomach muscles and digestive organs slow to act as age advances MOST people find the years slipping by without real izing it, until suddenly confronted with the fact that they can no longer digest everything they would likt, to eat. It then becomes their daily task to avoid what they know to be chronic con stipation. When exercise and light diet fail it will bo necessary to resort to artificial means, ft rong physics and cathartics, however, are not advisable for elderly people. They act too powerfully and a feeling of weakness results. -What is needed i...

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. — 19 March 1920

v Page Four TrieiflftamiCnd Daily Register, Richmond Madison County, Friday Afternoon, March 1 9, 1 920 WO COTTAGES ;0N BIG ILL AVENUE SOLD Real Estate Ccntissuss Very Ac tive Beth In Town aacf Country Property - - : - . .'"M"nl'M,'Mu'"MJ1" rjj wiiia a ii t in fmiiiwii rn 1 si ------ - ' itefeti- Bpfefeiftftpiilii 1 1 f 1 Y . Si 1 " 0 BE Since Cataract c.irre, we've r.jL If S i-3 proder stepped locking Q i f$j fcr anyfhbg !;-:t:c-r. They Syr ccnt:r.-!:o it. lira; clay because 5; r.Iv tha cao c-Jliv --.-.-.' --fi i , 11 tf with i .-i ?; ''si J v3 J means lh2 lest. Ila Kniforvn i $ ity of quality powerful and tnfiilir.r- strength insure rreatCGc cabins success i tender, tenoting, fully raised bakings chveys and real fh a , - . . r 7 . .- , . i in cost. Onecanwillconvicc3 f.-M you. Order new. fjS Calumet ccritains only such j t? S tp ingredients ss have been ap- 9 pMved o!5cial!y by ths U. l. R SI g 3 Food Authorities. . BH v.. .. r....-. fM lilllMSSS ' FOR SHELBY'S GRAVE A; resolution...

Publication Title: Richmond Daily Register
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond daily register. — 19 March 1920

mc lviuiiiiuuu unity rvegister Page Five IN OLD KENTUCKY TOLD IM RICHMOND Richmond, Madison County, , Friday Afternoon, March 19,1920 f25"S--SSs33B ) , -j'- c - . 4 o : 1 .LHf-r f5v (Hi H I ft s - V i ' f4" el) a I'W a v.-;w .??ui'' y f . m r.'jy..s s--,,--z..i . i-s :-.vr--.f:fii.'.-.w y ..v , jr-y, : . sr a . -x-tk-s.i . v 1 , is a9 6 4 ) V i v 1 if Hi .aw S3 3 . 8 Sr T - f i --t.T r. : !s , -5 4 CPn'ahl 1920 Th House of Kuppenhtknr , i L3 M ? p 1 fi- ravasrance A smart, aler'i clothes appearance never blocked any man from making progress. Good appearance docs net mean calling attention to your clothes it means good ensemble, (he ine of good taste in making your apparel selections'. ! It means getr ling the riht model for your build have that model fit have it-made of the right fabric, in pattern and coloring to harmonize with YOU. Good appearance - a At, Somerset, . Ejlitor "Uncle Bill' Schooler, set, 15 eggs ,in the dark of the moon , under a-coal-black hen on Friday, Februaiy 1...

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. — 19 March 1920

IKe RicKmond Daily Register Richmond, Madison County. Friday Afternoon, March" 1 9, 1 920 ooooooooooooocoooooooooooooooooooooooooo CHURCH NEWS O o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o WESIERH WWkM Another car Western Alfalfa Hay unloaded today. The dairymen and others who know the value of alfalfa hay for dairy cows and sheep snap up this hay. This is the only feed house in the city where you can buy all kinds of Feeds and Seeds. F. Always Good Coal rdtoou PHONE 28 Everything In Builders Supplies O o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o OOCOOOOOOOOOOGOOOOGOOOOOQOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO Break Get instant relief with 'Tape's Cold Compound" Don't stay stuff cd-up ! Quit blowing and snuffling! A dose of 'Tape's Cold Compound" taken every two hours until three doses arc taken usually breaks up a cold and ends all grippe misery. The very first dose opens your clogged-up nostrils and the air passages of your head; stops nose running; relieves the headache, dullness, feverishncss, - sneezing...

Publication Title: Richmond Daily Register
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond daily register. — 20 March 1920

1- H TOE i Established 1865 55th Year No. 69 Richmond, Madison County, Kentucky Saturday Afternoon, March 20, 1 920 Price five Cents rr Battilt o o SENATOR NEWBERRY ' DECLARED GUILTY Of Buying Election To Defeat Fcrd, But Republicans Want To Keep Him In Senate Newberry Goes To Federal Prison (I-Jy Associated Press) Grand Rapids, Mich, Mar. 20 Senator Newberry, Frederick Cody and Paul King were sentenced to two years in Fort Leavenworth, and $10,000 fine. Charles Floyd Was sentenced to two years at Fort Leavenworth, az rrr r l i 1 il $XUUU imc, here today 111 the Newb( erry election conspina- 1 cy case. (l!y .ssi,ci;it l I'ross) Grand Rapids, Mich.. March 20 rBullctin Senator Truman II. Newberry was convicted of crim inal conspiracy in the 1918 Sena torial campaign by a jury in fed eral court here today. The case has been on trial for eight weeks. Sixteen of Newbcrrys' co-defendants were also convicted, in cluding John K. Xcwberry, the Senator's brother, Paul King, his campaign manag...

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. — 20 March 1920

If3 i ii BUY THE ; .IT PAYS LET US MAIL YOU SAMPLES OUR PRICE 13 THE MARKET PRICE COAL JR. MI. ANTON SEEDS Richmond Daily Register . M. SAUFliET, Editor anil Proprietor Entered at the pnstoffice in Rifh nond as second class mail - matter under Act of Congress of l&7. Political Announcements in liis talk to democrats at Louis ville, that failure of th United States to ratify the peace treaty is mainly the cause of the unrest and turmoil in the worfd today. Just think of it, only two of the rcat nations of the world entit lrd to enter the Leasrue of Na- announce the following van.ihiaies f.., tlons which have not. done S office subject to the aou. P. o. the the United States and Venezuela For Coiisrreva RALPH GIRTIEIcT, of S'-.e FRANK RlPi'. of A:i";. i . ';y County. 11 county. And now that the Senate h.as again failed to ratify the treaty, it will become the foot ball of Chairman Cv.mniin;s truly said1 politics. It will go before the American people, and they will have the say. -...

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. — 20 March 1920

Op i Monday I i 1 J m mi o 9, iKe rticKmoncf Daily Register, RicKmohd Macfison County, Saturday Afternoon, MarcH 20, 1 920 era House PRICES 20c and 30c War Tax Included TONIGHT Florence Reed in "Her Code of Honor" PEARL WHITE IN "THE BLACK SECRET MUTT AND JEFF CARTOON OPERA HOUSE ; ALHAMBRA Elmo Lincoln in Elmo the Fear less ; and "Snub" Follard comedy 6 mwMmi'Mrf ! y - .fef? r- - - Ibk MARGARET CLARK in "Luck In Pawn" His name was Dicky. Norton, Her's was Annabelle Lee ; lie was a Knight of the Golden . Spoon, And she was of low decree. Gosh ! What a stir that pair did make, In high Societee ! A picture bubbling with laughs and throbs, thrills, ' .suspense, scandals, 'n everything. Some of the greatest Easter music ever written ia i coaiamea on me ioiiowing iui v itiw i.v. ui a memorable Eastertide in your home by getting these 'wonderful Eelections. . ' Trinity Choir 1 -icfjA Trinity Choir it.'HonnaV "V'v" Caruso 8S403 ItLesRameaux" (The Palms) Caruso 88459 !t:0en the Gates of the...

Publication Title: Richmond Daily Register
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond daily register. — 20 March 1920

Page Fcur The Richmcad Daily Kegastei tochmond, Madison County, Saturday Afternoon, March 20, 1920 -' wassafci KOt' ..... - fe -s? r r- "N'T - rrv&' ys5 v W aft. if 4 Ma X m Scott Street, Covington. Ky., surf p.ced with Kentucky Rock Asphalt WHY KENTUCKY" ROCK ASPHALT IS BEST (Continued from 1st page) the Kentucky Rock Asphalt Com pany is the only concern that tur n'shed a materia! for tltat roao that po:Sts with pride tc the sec tion cf read built with its mater ial. The Eighteenth street road out of Louisville leading to Canui Henry Knox, is Kentucky Reck Asphalt for ahout 7 1-2 miles. It has been down for a number of years and carries a heavy mixed traffic, and during the period of the war withstood from 4.000 to 5,000 vehicles per day, mostly army trucks, and today it is per fect. The road is surfaced only for a width of 16 feet; entirely too norraw for such heavy traffic, nevertheless: On December G, 1513, Mr. RSer litt Drane, county engineer of Jsfi'erson county, Ky., in a...

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. — 20 March 1920

(:- ; - . , 1 luno iaui lvcgistei, tticnmoncl madisoii bounty, Saturday Afternoon," March 20, 1920 Page Five ---: f ' ... W'l ' TANKS MOVE, BASE HOSPITAL AT: FORT: BLISS i HI yVm. A. Hoh ; Thos. B.ibce III ... ' V.'A'.-...... ' ' '' i o AYETTE' - RADiATOR REPAIR . & 1LWZINGC0 .' tt 1 Q -.1 1 1 if ; i I r 1 4- - V " 'V --' t. t - -f " 4' 1 N ill i CADILLAC The well known Cadillac ability to travel thousands of miles without caus ing the owner a moments worry or care, or re-adjustment is more pro nounced than ever in the new series. Type 59. LEXINGTON. CADILLAC 0! Corner Main and Storing Streets LEXINGTON, KY. i ANNOUNCEMENT 3Ir. Dennis E. Snapp, llio Fcild Fnerrtary of the Sunday School Board will visit the Methodist Sunday school Sunday morning, during the lvjrulav hour 9: -LI to 10 :'.". All mem bers requested to meet him hour. at this liiiiiiliiiliiWiiii Tanks linuling one of the hniUKrs of the Inrfw hosi.K::! :it Fort Bliss. The base, which was moved to a loca tion some dista...

Publication Title: Richmond Daily Register
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond daily register. — 20 March 1920

: x ) TURLEY SHIPS A LOT OF RED RERKSH1RES IG CLEAN LOCK Lime fhe RicKmond Daily Registef RicKmon'df Madison County, Saturday Afternoon, MarcK 20, 1 920 .I-"IWWMIJI'.,WM j i cnarTi ibh.hi I uui jijij jwwumnU.'fWl Hll WW I. l" 11 iiam Mmwa I rn--ut t iirrin niTnnniMa nam i in n -' ri '-i F -itfttri innii mr i i COAL Sand hi i 1 J I i X r f4 1 Uwmg to delayed shipments, we oner ac present ume more iocK Loal man at m anv firnp flnriiiff ht nasi two -Years. Oil? ach'jcc i3 for vou to buv ran! ab ores- m ent prices, as there is no possibility of a decline. WITH QUALITY 14 E retail I COAL AND FEED PHONE 28 WEEK'S WEATHER GUESS J rlirtio' for the Ohio Valley Fair Washington Week's weather pre- icaily and clouding days; rain prob- ess Tin E3 9 frfrWBHI m h n ; s n a w GROW THE CHEAP CROPS 0 ably middle of the week, normal temperatures. PUBLIC SALE Nearly Willi bright leaf bringing around $1.00 a pound and in brihk demand, low grade lobaeco is selling on many floors at from 1 cent to 3 cents...

Publication Title: Richmond Daily Register
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