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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond daily register. — 22 March 1920

rJ 4 MOHB .Rig: Baim QiDi Established 1865 55th Year No. 70 Richmond, Madison County, Kentucky "Monday Afternoon, March 22, 1920 Price Five Cents O O WALLER BENNETT OFFERS $20,000 If Presbyterians Can Find . Five Others To Aggregate Similar Sum For New Church The congregation at the First Presbyterian church had the thrill of their lives Sunday night. They have been struggling hard to raise the money to build a new church but congregational meetings and mid week conference, personal solicitation s and pulpit appeals all combined secur ed only $34,000 toward the building of the church that will cost upwards of $70,000. The exceptional bid and generous offer of the Selden-Breck Company of St. Louis had to be declined and the congregation in this emergency, has been sorrowfully considering the ques tion of remodelling the old church with the funds raised. Suiday night Mr. Waller Bennett, who had already contributed gener ously to the building fund startled the congregation by a speech ...

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. — 22 March 1920

X PRICES on in.. rY mater BUY THE f 1 COAL s IT PAYS SEED One5 potmd of cottons: 3d meal per (work horses and mules at the govern day f or each 1,000 pounds 'ire -weight jment farm, Beltsville, Md.', "was Begun isv the' most satisfactory quantity to j in 1918, and continued last year. When feed1 work animals, according to re-j the meal was fed in large quantities cent' experiments conducted by the j harmful effects were apparent, how United States Depaitmer.t of Agii-kvrr, indicating that cottonseed meal, culture like any other high-protein feed, must A test- feeding cottonseed meal to I bo fed with care to horses and mules. We Price Pay trap 6, Ji-a Us Your a- ii to EGGS i r rr.osers cr ecss am . -i ou know that any one' hanJpiv; -ny commodity in car load lots can handle it or less money than some one, . , handling a' small lot. It stands to reason that We can pay more than small dealers for we lave a ocltcr out when you have poultiy or eggs before selling for prices. Re (?r?, ii r...

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. — 22 March 1920

'ills fuclimonb! Daily Keller, kienmend i.tJsca Ccuiw, i,onday Aiternoon, itarcu 22, I MONDAY MARGARET CLARK TUESDAY WEDNESDAY i ''; ' .Y:-''"' SPECIAL IS The Beatriz Michelen Star of "Easy to Make Money' and "Lombardi Ltd." will be seen again his his latest and biggest production IN,' 1 ML IViUINR.ll I CUjVlHUlAW in "The Heart of Juanita" "Juisele Gentleman" HI LiUUi ill fi dWII 13 !r4 Lyfeil Elmo Lincoln in Elmo the Fear less; and "Snub" Pollard comedy iy aiuornia osys-more man a picture- PATHE ; NEWS WEEKLY You'll be sorry if you miss it. Thursday & Friday larch 25 and 28 rV, . . s.----: . ft 1 ' ' I ! w Z J! Way E ClAEK. I f I sick wora HEAR 1 ( Pj J You Can Be Free from Pain as I Am, if You Do ac I Did. ' .Harrington, Me. "I suffered with backache, pains through my hips a n d n d such a he"- ! ng down feel- lgthatl could not i mar that 1 stand on mv feet, I also had other dis- trcssing symptoms. A. times I had to give up work. I tried a number of remadies but Lydia ii. i'mU...

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. — 22 March 1920

' v Page Four lheicitimoad Uaiiy Kegiste Kictimond, Madison JLounty, Monday Afternoon, March 22, 1920 i ii ; . ' .III The Esses Is Famous For Beauty As Well As Performance Essex performance proofs naturally overshad ow its qualities of -quieter appeal. Its official world's endurance records have the force of proving the incredible. ' - For prior to Essex it was held that light weight and moderate cost must -mean some forefit in smoothness, speed, power and endurance. . P.ut even those whose choice was decided by Essex supreme! performance ability are captivated by its notable beautv of design, its luxurious finish and quiet riding case. I tis not merely that Essex matches large, high-priced cars in comfort- It is not only its" speed, its quickness at the getaway audits easy mastery of the hills. Comfort and Quality Like CcstU'est Cars Essex charm lies in the combination of its qualities of beauty and fineness with a Hying smooth ness of action and a responsiveness that heeds the lig...

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. — 22 March 1920

oiiu tyguy tegisiert mcnnioiia iviaaison County, Monday Afternoon, March 22, 1920 ''.' r.v.;,. 1 t ... ., ; ; pacrg .Five ' i 1 t' !li :Sl 'IS Hi A- i in ? i i - ' " i ' t ; i i i ; ; ; t - ! "''' i S 1 ' ? ; '- VH- - t 5 ? m 5? ;i j ' ,! . : i : i is:; 'Mi t f 5 'Mi . t : i ' 5 IS 'Vi i 3 hi' ill'. i t - i o A 2 ' , . '"si . t i i Was In Such Pcor Health He , Had Almost Decided To Retire Frcnil Busirlesss When He Be . gaiv Taking Tanlac. - --' "I feci thirty years since I got hold of Tanlac and if it was necessary I could handle a shovel and turn as much dirt as any of my men," said Charles Stenstroni, the v.ell known con crete and excavating contractor, living at ()7 Fishgate street, Pe oria, 111. "For thirty years I have suffer ed all tiit: misery that gees with stomach trouble, rheumatism -ftnd disordered kidneys, and when I began taking Tanlac Twas so had Oil- 1 was almost ready to retire from business- "?ly stomach was so badly up set that it nearly laid me up al together and ...

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. — 22 March 1920

Hie Richmond Dafly Register Richmond, Madison County, ' Monday Afternoon,1 March 22,-1 920 i. j D IG CLEAN LOCK - T 2 WITH QUALITY -J Owing to delayed shipments, wc offer at present time more Block Coal than at any time during the past two years.' Our advice is for you to buy coal at pres ent prices, as there is no possibility of a decline. j Q COAL AND FEED PHONE 28 SWIFT'S PRODUCE REVIEW Imports cf butter are increasing. The Steamship Oregon, sailing from Copenhagen JIarch IQth, is reported to carry a cargo of over two and one quarter million pounds. Danish butter is generally of fine quality end meets the demand of the most exacting trade. Domestic production is increasing and markets are quoted lower. Deliveries of poultry from farmers have been generally-light, due, no W; S. Tayioi, 0. B. " iVV Graduate of Needles In stitute of Optometry. Eyes tested and glasses accuraielyp fitted. VVc do repair work. OfHce in Dixie Inn BIdg. Heme Pione 700 doubt, to the increasing egg product ...

Publication Title: Richmond Daily Register
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond daily register. — 23 March 1920

1- Established 1 865 55th Year No. 7 1 Richmond, Madison County, Kentucky . Tuesday Afternoon, March 23, 1920 Price Five Cents Ft ILiBG'O STEM, O O o RICHMOND MARKET BROKE ALL RECORDS Almost $4,000,000 Paid Growers Here For Tobacco Changes In Warehouse Personnel Supervisor of Sales Stone Nor man, has finally checked up the last figures of sales on the Rich mond tobacco market and his fig ures show that a total .over eight and a half million pounds were sold on the local breaks during the season just closed. The to bacco brQught $3.939,867.22 al most four million dollars for the farmers of Madison and adjoin ing counties, a remarkable and splendid showing in every way. The average on the local market was $46.22, which is just about the record for high sales in Ken tucky. Supervisor Norman's exact fig ures as shown for the two local warehouses, are as follows: Richmond tobacco market closed March 12, 1920, with sales as follows: Home Loose Leaf Tobacco Warehouse sold 5,176,130 pounds,...

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 March 1920

j ' Richmond Daily Register CES on S. M. SAtTFLKY, Ktlltor and Proprietor - Entered at tho .poHtol'fice In Rich nond . as Bfcond class mnil matter under Act of Congress of 1875. Political Announcements Tli JiAily Register la atit.lrorizod to announce the following candidates for ofticn. subject to tlie action of the Dcra ocratic cartv: For Congrcua RA.I-.PJt UIRBERT, of ghelby County. FRANK' RII'Y, of Anderson county. '"V Subscription l.utt-n tW year by mail '. : .' ..i.J3.00 Six months, by mail $2.00 Three months, by mail jl.00 One ''month y mail... .f0c In city by carrier, per weelc. 10c r Subscriptions are strictly cash-in-advance to ail and paper vil. be stopy-ed promptly When subscription lias ex pired. 9 . BUY THE LIKE, o L. COAL IT PAYS ANTON SEEDS Majo G. Mat Adams, 82, v a.- , Xegvoes have launched a move for a caught in the revolving docv r-.t the j bil-nic for their race at Louisville a Winchester postolv.ee and seriously in- j state institution with $100,000 capital jure...

Publication Title: Richmond Daily Register
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond daily register. — 23 March 1920

i The ItiGu.iond Dafly Register, Richmond Madison County, ' Tuesday Afternoon, March 23 ( 1 920 0 . - McC O nrnc raereaiioeaJi is o o Tfte Most Reliable Harvesting and Haying Machines 77ie Mosf Popular Tractors, Plows and Tillage Implements iOU know these trade names. Your father knew them before you, and your grandfather was familiar 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. McCormick built the first practical reaper'; Deering sold the first twine binder and introduced binder twine. Wm. Parlin 'and the founders of the Chattanooga line were among 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...

Publication Title: Richmond Daily Register
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond daily register. — 23 March 1920

Page Four Ihe Kichmoad Uaiiy Kegistei Richmond, Makfison ounty; .Tuesday Afternoon,. Mardi 23, 1 920 W-T TU hlfl'irw Earii'll- whim ii m"' 1 . ; . . . 3 . --. Ill - - Jmn. ... -, ... Hill II HI Ml III II II I II III I Mlllllllll IHl'IIHH IIIIMIHIII III II Hill H llllll III I 1 BW : ; : r r ; . ,- . -.. ... . . . . .. , . -. . , : I u,, T, i tKo tV,vr.-rf fl-nt linvp vicifpri nnr forp rlurincf our Bier March Sale? ' Hundreds of Deoole. in, the countv have taken advantaw nf iTip Wia rpdnrtinn nn Furniture- ' iinvr viiij. Liv.ii in iiiiuii.; uiui ioitv vm. - 3 -a . j, a . tw w - - w-w-w which has been thrown into this sale unreservedly and have saved anywhere from 1 0 to 20 per cent on their purchases. . - This has been a busy month at our store, and we have sent many customers out smiling over the savings we have given them. . " I There still remain' seven more shopping clays in March, in which you have the opportunity of securing the same bargains that have characterized this sale si...

Publication Title: Richmond Daily Register
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond daily register. — 23 March 1920

V t uc iuuuiteuo uatlv Register, ttictimona lviacuson flinty , Tuesday Af ternoon, March'23, 1 920 Page Five of the Transylvania . Company, 'which J ass: V v O v.. SPRING IS HERE- I -ZIECLER BROS. CO. Makers of the Finer Short far Vornsa We have been talking abou Spring; ive have been dreaming about it. But there is no mistake about it nou because the-21sf of March has past, and the sunshine and beautiful days are very evident- Along with Spring comes the'desire to put on SLIPPERS AND OXFORDS - and Ave have them in all the new effects. The Knickerbocker Tie is one of the .. most prominent styles for this season, which will meet the demands of those who want the most exclusive and refined styles. Patents in all styles are very "popular, lluv earlv and get what you want. ice and Arnold The One Price House SOCIAL AND PERSONAL - Wagers Hard Friends acquaintances and .velativcs of ll,f; cl: aiming bride, in this viciniij', were pleasantly surprised Tuesday morning when announcement was m...

Publication Title: Richmond Daily Register
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond daily register. — 23 March 1920

IKe RicKmonH Da3y Regisfet fficKmorTd, Madison County, Tuesday Afternoon, March 23,1 920 IPJARM IAMn VAIIICQ u BIG CLEAN INCREASE 11 PER CENT 1 M nu J OKIE CAR OF r I-a WITH QUALITY Owing to delayed shipments, we offer at present time more Block Coal than at any time during the past two years. Our advice is for you to buy coal at pres ent prices, as there is no possibility of a decline. F a a u a COAL AND FEED PHONE 28 HEARD ABOUT T j National Bank Examiner John ill- Chcnault is back at his old Prof. J. Howard Payne, super intendent of the city schools, is just out after a week or so with the flu. Thos. E- llaldwin, Jr.. is out on the streets, looking hue after his severe tussle with the flu. home here looking over the books of Madison's splendid fin ancial institutions. Mr. Chenault looks the picture of health, not withstanding the fact that he sus tained a slight paralytic stroke some months ago. He is being given a cordial welcome on all sides. Mrs. J. T. Atkins, is also daughter...

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 March 1920

AIM JR-EfBDHTEE MMON ?j Established 1865 55lh Year No. 72 , Richmond, Madison County, Kentucky Wednesday Afternoon, March 24, 1920. Price Five Cents o i 5 BELLS PEALED OUT . PAEANS OF VICTORY As First Presbyterians "Went Over the Top" In Whirlwind . Drive For New Church The Presbyterian congregation held an old fashioned camp meet ing and indulged in sonic genuine old time shouti. 5 in front of the Madison National Bank at noon Wcdnesdaywhen $20,000 required to secure Mr. Waller Bennett's splendid gift of $20,000, was car ried into the bank and paid over by T- S. Burnam, M. F. Arbuckle and C. F. Chenault. , There were some anxious hours in the canvass Tuesday, as to many members of the church were away and had to be reached by wire, and the messages seem ed to come in very slowly as the day wore away. From Ormond, Florida, came a generous contri bution by wire from Messrs. Bur nam and Stockton and Miss Lu cia Burnam. Another from Judge Shackelford at Mt. Jackson, and Mrs. Shackelfor...

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 March 1920

ment V 8-: heaJjlet and (aiew (a CINC r1!! N A T 1 S GREATEST STORE Your Trip to Cincinnati Will Be Most Satisfactory If Yon Visit' Mabley , &,-.Carew FOUNDED 1877. fhe Shelby ville tobacco Ware houses sold 14,107,3S0 pounds for a total of $4,192,061,67, or an av reage of $29.71. . . And the Rich mond markets sold eight and a half million pounds' for just about the same amount. -You ' xran't beat the Richmond market anywhere 1- S i or i i-a l. J . IU'WV ' l Liira -.---a fi i! Ci &VS'3! s tJ Pnnn rrrr'-Tt -.. . " i t; t-sjk i tti nsT.?1 ri - 3 ItiifflltelHlJlJlHJflil.iaJm wr.:--. i- ' . - ' - - - - ,- ... f , TTT... , ... m -7 -rarN" J KiSfK F-po rsr W M. 'i tlnSJ CT 'j if s We invite yoa to use this store as your meeting place use our restrooms, writing rooms and checking facilities. Make yourself at home. Also let us extend you an invi tation from every section of the store to come in and see the com plete assortment of new mer chandise which is now at its best. You are wel...

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. — 24 March 1920

V 4 Page Three The Richmond Daily Register, Richmond, Madison County, Wednesday Afternoon, March f24, 1920. Li -. -J. Keep The System Clean And You'll Be Healthy Elimination helps to avoid colds, headaches and epidemics ANYONE who has watched himself knows there is noth ing so important to health and comfort as regular daily elim ination. Half of the minor illness es of life are due to neglect of this. The five million men who were in our army know the importance the doctor attached to this function. By all means try to regulate yourself by intelligent diet and exercise, but when these fail you . will need a laxative, one as near , to nature in its action as skill can make it. In the opinion of many thousands of good Americans such a one is Dr. Caldwell's Syrup Pepsin, which is a combination of simple laxative herbs with pepsin. It acts promptly, gently and with out griping and will with certainty regulate any tendency to con- DE.CAL stipation that you may have. Take it when you fee...

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 March 1920

The Richmond Daily Register, Richmond, Madison County, Wednesday Afternoon, March 24, 1 920. Page Four A Bathroom for the Farm 33232 In no way is electricity serving: the farm family better than in. making possible a modern up to date bathroom. When water had to he pumped and carried by han4, when .it had. to be lic-ated on the kitchen stove, and when tubs had to be gotten out especially, then ettins ready for' and taking a l.nth meant a lot of disturbance and .muss. V.ut electricity has done away' with all this. The small electric liftht and power plants now- in use on so many farms all over the country fur nish plenty of power for the operation of electric pumping systems. These systems have been developed to such a ;-n-eat extent in the past few years that they are now a'.most entirely au tomatic. Once installed the pump, driven by an electric motor, and con trolled by a pressure switch, keeps wa ter under pressure at faucets all over the house. The water service thus obtained is...

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. — 24 March 1920

"V 'A- rr - Page M The Richmond Daily Register , Richmond, Madison County; Wednesday Afternoon, March 24, 1920. lve o v o K i SOCIAL AND PERSONAL Harris Faaslksjer Nurnr-ious friends in the Roren sec tion are interested in the wedding of Miss Ethel Han i?, the popular daugh ter of Mr. "and Mrs. W. B. Harris and Mr. J. C. Faulkner, of Earboim'iile-, which was solemnized Saturday, Rrv. W. S. Taylor of Richmond officiating. They left on the afternoon train for Cincinnati where the groom holds a lucrative position with the Procter & Gamble Company. Relatives and fi lends here -extend hearty congratula tions to ib.o happy couple. Apollo Club Meets The Apollo Club lia-i a er? frcTlght ful meeting with Miss Virginia Tlisle, Monday afternoon. Miss defile Min ter, one. of the most popuUv .ncinbei s of the club was leaving Tutsday to make her home in Natchea. Jgiss., and every member made a spal effort to be there, to bid her bye and express their regrets tiiat hho severs Little Hope cf R...

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 March 1920

The RicKmonH Daily Register, Richmond, Madison County, : Wednesday Afternoon, March 24, 1920. Page Six Dr. J. G. Bosley and Jack Wagers were in Somerset Monday night in specting the Commandeiy there. r i IG CLEAN BLOCK Lime COAL F. P. Caldwell, of the -' Freeman Realty Company, leaves today for Chicago and Montana, on an impor tant business trip. , Mr. S. H. Thorpe has bought an at tractive little cottage on Second street from Miss Margaret B. Tarrish. Trice not made public. He will not get possession until 1st of January. W. W. Broaddus and Co. Phone 110 Sand WITH QUALITY Owing to delayed shipments, we offer at present time more Block Coal than at any time during the past two years.: Our advice is for you to buy coal at pres ent prices, as there is no possibility of a decline. OTdirD PHONE 28 COAL AND FEED Alvin Steger who ran for Clerk of the Court of Appeals, is now Jan income tax deputy collector at uanvilie. BiiTiifl an Jig, i -r mm i. ! mm "J." u COLORED COLUMN Mr. and Mrs. Ch...

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 March 1920

BlCHMOMB THE TE Established 1865 55th Year-No. 73 , Richmond, Madison County, Kentucky Thursday Afternoon, March 25, 1920 i Price Five Cents o o O LEXINGTON LAD HELD FOR $25,000 RANSOM Sensational Kidnapping Takes Place When Young Son of . R. Little Is Stolen (iy Associated Press) Lexington. Ky., 'March 25 Al though E. R. Little, Lexington capitalist, had announced the de manded ransom would be paid.j 1 aid Little, his 11-year-old son, is still a captive today of the kid napper who lured him away late yesterday. lie stated the kid napper demanded $25,000. Little announced all demands would lc met, declaring "I do not care ahout the $25,000, if 1 can get my son back safely. The boy disappeared with an unidenitfied hian late in the af ternoon. Later a messenger delivered a note demanding the ransom. It was reported today that the note to Littlo said Little appar ently had injured the kidnapper at some time. It said "You have torn my heart out. 1 had a pistol to your face twice but my ...

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 March 1920

P icture r raiBi If yon don't believe we have this depart ment down to a fine point, call at our store and see the pictures we have framed tlr2 past week, . They are being displayed in our window, and we invite you to call and Fee our many designs of molding and frames Our prices are reasonable, and we guarantee all work done in this depart ment. Bring your pictures down and you'll find us on the job- Muricy Brothers West Main Street Clay Building route the legislature will have the support of the people of Georgia in .completing the machinery of administration and enabling the department to go ahead at full speed, for Georgians are deter mined to have all , year round highways. r DREYFUS iime-.m mm iiav Mr.-and Mrs. Edd Rose spent Sun day with their daughter, Mrs. Maudu ruble.. Miss Virlia Clark was visiting home f oiks here a few days lastweek. Misses Lucy Kidwell and Earsie and Addie Kueker spent Sunday with Kate Puckett. Aigin Davis, who lias been in Ravenna came home last week....

Publication Title: Richmond Daily Register
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