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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond daily register. — 25 March 1920

Page Three The Richmond Daily Register, Richmond, Madison County,Thursday Afternoon, March 25, 1920 Tonight's your last time to see . It's simply great everybody says so So will you ! 6UGLAS FAIRBANKS in lesi the Clouds Rol Prices 20c, 30c, War tax inc. ORCHESTRA PLAYS SATURDAY SPECIAL Should a woman lay bare her to marry, the righi to keep her past? Or has the girl who is about own secrets? Margaret. Fisher 3 BIG FEATURES 3 Look! Look! Look! FINAL EPISODE OF ack Secret" Everybody is Coming To See The Big Show Saturday Are You? The most popular man in the serial has such a dare devil stunt Love! Mystery everything that world. America's prize ring been "pulled off" before a camera it takes to make a corking good sey in charnpicn- Never before in any Thrill! Suspence!! Romance ! picture. "-W1 By' in "The Hellion Pear! .White in' "The Bl Here He Is! Jack Demp 'Dare Devil Jack9 I I o .1 f, U4 O SI Flowers for Easter Nothing could possibly he more appropriate at this season than to send ...

Publication Title: Richmond Daily Register
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond daily register. — 25 March 1920

The Richmond Daily Register, Richmond, Madison County, Thursday Afternoon, March 25, 1920 LULVTHliMIllVI Jl-Bti 1 Only a Few More Days WHEELER'S Annual Spring Opeei rage rour lUFFAtO REMAIN FOR YOU TO MAKE SELECTIONS OF Furniture and "Rusts at -Discount sf rem ; v ymifiiiQif' SHORT AND LIMESTONF LEXINGTON, KENTUCKY Ujh. vill tell Mou, each , SlplKt' ' P.P.tt. HOW I'd &-&smr" ! . I 1 fcrv LOOK FOR ME FRIDAY IN THIS SPACE WE WILL UNLOAD A Ca R 0 fcrH 1 i, i ' R. WEDNESDAY and THURSDAY" Come and gel ene sad take 'your gir! to Church Sunday MOBERhY Phone 41 ,1 Ok MOBERLY, KY. Union Supply Co. Phone 51- Incorporated -Green Cjay, Agent -Richmond, Kentucky W? n -"8 r-or Jtiatcn Eg iing ,,. Berea Rhode Island Red Association Berea, Kentucky Furnish eggs for hatching at the following prices One setting " 1$1.50; in lots of 50 $4.00 Two settings -$2.75; in lots of 100 $7.00 Special pens,' per setting, $3.00 Send in you orders early to County Agent, Berea, Ky. "HELP PAINT EASTERN KENTU...

Publication Title: Richmond Daily Register
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond daily register. — 25 March 1920

a lie lucirmond Lteiiy Kegister, Richmond, Madison County,Thursday Afternoon, March 25, 1 920 MOSES KEATOH VICTIM OF TOBERGULOS O ! r'j i jr. o .J 3? o f ' i t : . pty - 4m .rn?sr"" N I- -FOR FASHIONABLE WOMEN- We have made a careful study of the new fashions for Easter and so are prepared to present for your appro val, COATS, SUITS, and DRESSES, With the Smartest Style features, best suited to you. Every detail that denotes yoiilhmlness, every feature of tailoring, that assures case and grace is emphasized. Mr. Mose Keaton died at his home on Tate's Creek avenue Thursday morn ing at 5 o'clock having been confined to his room all winter with tuber culosis, lie was about 35 years old and is survived by his wife who ha:? the sympathy of many friends in her sorrow. Funeral arrangements had not been made as Daily Register goer; to press. ANDLA Th garments are designed ana iasmoned of a great d of a variety of Fabrics for every occasion. They are ready for your immediate SPRINGTIME WEAR....

Publication Title: Richmond Daily Register
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond daily register. — 25 March 1920

e;f) e- The Richmond Daily Register, Richmond, Madison County, Thursday Afternoon, March 25, 1 920 Page Six i J ', .-1 1 Look l o see : , - j a FIELD SEEDS j.x.-tfy;aiia5f i ll BROCK '& SON CASH GROCERS (Successors to E. S. Wiggins) n FRESH GARDEN SEED Oiron Sets, white, yellow. Tomatoes Large Can Extra quality 2Cc Le:nonc 2 for 5c; per dozen 25c Lenox Scap largo hare 7c; 15 bars for $L00 2! I!. Kldcan Flour $2.75 2! 11) IVittj Cold Dust Flour $1-80 10 lb sack W ater Ground Meal . 5Cc Mill Feed, lien. Feed, Little Chick Feed WE DELIVER- PHONE 56 1 ' " HEARD ABOUT TOWN Lieut. Jdm F. White, of the Naval ?:U-Hi;vnc.: Department in Washing ton, v. l o was a recent visitor in Ilich-. jot ml. un;!iTvcnt an operation for ap-p-.ii'lirui.-: last week. Word has lieen received that he Is rapidly recovering in the Naval Hospital in the Capitol. Mrs. John G. South returned to Frankfort Saturday from the Eat where .-he had been for ten days. She went first to New York where sho had a confeivr...

Publication Title: Richmond Daily Register
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond daily register. — 26 March 1920

iiii MM, Established 1865 55th Year No. 73 , Richmond, Madison County, Kentucky "J Friday Afternoon, March 26, 1920 Price Five Cents 10 BOY FOUND LOCKED IN ROOM IN PHOENIX Kidnapped Youngster Restored To His Parents At Lexington Abductor Disappears (By Associated Prfess) Lexington, Ky., Mar. 26 raul Little, the 12-year-old son of E. R- Little. Lcxingon capitalist, os-J tensibly held for $25,000 ransom, telephoned his parents this morn ing that he was locked in a Phoe nix Hotel room and had been held a prisoner since Wednesday night. . His frantic parents, overjoyed at news of their son's safety, hur ried to the hotel and took him home. Investigation disclosed the room had been engaged in ad vance by a man registered as J. C. Cox, of Cincinnati- At seven o'clock this morning the key for the room in which the boy was found, was turned in at the hotel desk. Fifteen minutes later Mrs. Little heard her son's voice over the wire. "Mr. Cox" has not been found. A maid on the sixth floor of ...

Publication Title: Richmond Daily Register
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond daily register. — 26 March 1920

1ISL uhii want hh i ill la 3 fag? fSBBlBa JSli Say. She I Mere Grateful To Tanlac Than Words Can Ex press For It Brought Her Health and Happiness. "Ir sxn more grateful to Tanlac tbait words can express for it has givn. me health and happiness after twelve leng years oi sulTer iag." was the statement inade the other day by Mrs. Olivine Peltier Not 26 East Allen street, AVinoos ki;.ft. m: v. j i j. , j 1 - With, nervousness and sleepless ness that my housework was a drudgery and I got little pleasure our- okli' My appetite left ir.e eir relv . " at times I could hardly bear the sight of food and vfbaX little I did eat caused me severe suffering afterward. Gas rould form on my stomach so badly that it affected my heart and I. thought I had heart trouble. "I was so nervous I would jump, at the least unexpected noise, and would drop everything I had m rav hands- I trot so weak SI If V ll ft -'i'S' -.-CV. --X-l- Tv,:.:-- a MRS. OLIVINE PELTIER of Wsncoski, Vt. I decided to try it myself ...

Publication Title: Richmond Daily Register
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond daily register. — 26 March 1920

Page Three The Richmond Daily Register; Richmond, Madison County,Friday Afternoon, March 26, 1 920 Tonight's your last time to see It's simply great everybody ays so So will you! QUOtAS FAIRBANKS in " Roll By5' Prices ZGc, 3Gc, War tax inc. ORCHESTRA PLAYS SATURDAY SPECIAL 3 BIG FEATURES 3 Should a woman lay bare her to marry, the right to keep her past? Or has the girl who is about own secrets? argaret 4 I FINAL EPISODE OF ite in "The Black Secret" Everybody is Coming To See The Big Show - Saturday Are You? 8 8 e e most pop11211, man n the serial has sjuch a dare devil stunt world. America's prize ring been "pulled off " before a camera Love! Mystery everything that .. it takes to make a corking good - . . - - ey in cnamp;ca- never uciore in any innii: ouspence:: . xwiimiiuc ; picture. When the Glouds M Fisher in "The Hellion Pearl Wh i Here H Jack Demos Uare lievil Jack Hit rz CT 9 W fc o D ) H Keli fyeperienced Alothers know the value of Mother's Fmenb bearing-down rains, strain ...

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. — 26 March 1920

. , - . - ' Pace four I The Richmond Daily Register, Richmond,. Madison County, Friday Afternoon, March 26, 1920 i . ! : ; ') . 1 ' 3 ' 5 7 Little IWsa 1feepeigj$& -IV' 1 I All "T - veev now to r 1 i tuYrvsrv wour home? i3L? y LOOK FOR ME SATURDAY IN THIS SPACE FOUR ECLIPSK IN 1020 ITore is a little n-ietooivl,vic:;i in-j foimation Tor tlio year lf:0 that! may bo of in( bro-t. It indicate? ft.urj eclipses will bo scon (luring the yrar. , i Two will ho of the fuu and two ci the moon. The first will be a ti.irJ r-cHp.ve of the m;on on Mf y 2; the r.ext will be a partial rcllf.se of theU. in,"May 17; the Sfixt a total eclipse; First Christian Church Dr. Homer W. Carpenter will occupy he pulpit at the mo-air.!? and evening- services Calvary Hatist Charcli Sixu.iy school at D:f;0. II. r First Cr.pl ist Church r- . ? . . 1 1 x f i . w-i 7 ) - i ouii' .uv htiioui iit. D.-jy.;. s. rratiiuiiir last a pavt ial eclipse of the ?un en I by the paster at 10:43, subject, of the moon, Octi-bfci...

Publication Title: Richmond Daily Register
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond daily register. — 26 March 1920

Ihe Kichmond Daily Register; Richmond, Madison County,Frjday Afternoon, March 26, 1920 - - : - z .j Page five f i' v-4 A' 1 j . 1 1 Q I . 4 AJlfi ".v... . ! "..,.'. , . , It is almost'time to start-yoisr spririg cleaning and repairing, Why v not have . your home ired, put in-a modern bath room or up-to-date heating ; plant? Maybe you' live in the country.-' Wei! that makes little difference. T 9 151 1 IT 1 h ti 1 . "8 1 - - 13 ! !! I j 3 1 41 EI ft-' w slties a iese uiings. . ny longer. oh't deprive your self of any wnirey fgYk" vlem- IMVtAT SS?S"5 water system you can nav of tnese conveniences and 33? put this off, act' now and have -that -bath room by 'hot weather ;ettmg tnem. We are ready right now -to. 'give you figures, on plumbing, heatings -wiring, fixtures and electrical supplies. . t -HV-3 if -vl nun THE ORIGINAL PIPELESS FURNACE It is a decided fact that the pipciess furnace is no long er an experiment. Why net get yours in now? None ' too large or small tb heat We have a ...

Publication Title: Richmond Daily Register
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Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond daily register. — 26 March 1920

Page Six HEARD ABOUT TOWN Miss Louisa Lee, the accomplished daughter of Mr. George Lee, of Dan ville, and sister of Mrs. G. Murray Smith, of Richmond, has asked for a passport to Tanama, to which country she expects to sail about April first. She will go there to visit her brother, Lieut. David Lee, of the United States Navy, who has been stationed there for the past several months. Informa tion comes from there that Lieutenant is delighted with the Canal Zone and wants his sister to come and enjoy some of the delights of that wonderful place. She will sail from New York. 1 rem. u rcBorni IG CLEAN BLOCK i PHONE 28 The Richmond Daily Register, Richmond, Madison County.Friday Afternoon, March 26, 1920 1 immmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmiJmmmamwmmemtmmmmmaammmmm j 1 Ri rrh rO rH pi nd JL- v- v! Rawleigh Hicks, 20, accidently shot Judge Den R. Turner of Mt. and killed himself on a plantation in j ling who has trapnested his Ster-eight Driti.sh Honduras, according to a cable received by his parents ...

Publication Title: Richmond Daily Register
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond daily register. — 27 March 1920

Y V THF AIM Established 1 865 55th Year No. 75 , Richmond, "Madison County, Kentucky ,, Saturday Afternoon, March 27, 1 920 Price Five Cents O n BOGGS EXPLAINS STATE ROAD LAW Says New Measure Has Wonder ful Possibilities For Future Building or Highways State Road Commissioner Joe S. Boggs Madison's own Joe is send ing out to County Judges and Koad Engineers, a ccmprhensive digest of new state road law. Both Judge! Trice and Judge Baxter have received it. Mr. Boggs says that' "there is embraced in this new law quite an ex tensive pi-ogram which will take sev eral years for its ultimate comple tion, but to my mind, this law has wonderful possibilities for the future and I believe that the next few years will clearly show that no more for ward looking movement has ever been made in cur 'state than the enact ment of this law. We have now pass ed through' the State Aid period, which was necessary for the education of our people, but the time is now ripe for the creation of a State High w...

Publication Title: Richmond Daily Register
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond daily register. — 27 March 1920

tmmmtmmmmnmmmmmimmmmmimMmmutwmhiminn iamjwmitMim i iin nun n n i n"1 ""SI JAPAN'S CHILD LABOR ' - ; v , ; WORKS A 16-HOUR E)AY ii Ji ll -Urn VS Will Pay to wait and read what we have to tell you in a big page ad: Monday Muncy. Brother West M:ln Street Clay Building Richmond Daily Easter : M. SACFLEY, Editor r-nU S'ros'rletor Entered at the posioi'fii In Ri,-h-T.ind aa second tlas.i- mail matter ,..) Act of l'onrre"s of Subscription Kutr iVr year by mail ?3.0' Six months, by mail S2.00 Three months, by mail ?;.0C One month by mail .ao-- In city by carrier, per ve k 10c Subscriptions are stric tly ::-h-:"n-ad-vance to all and paper wi!' ! e sjopr-tii promptly Whei subscription has e pirea Political Axmct:ncerr.eis The Daily Kefrrster is amVorized to nnounce the following ramii'iotes for flee subject to the acUou of the. Dero i&tic Dartv: For Congress KALPH GIRT1ERT. of Shelby County. FRANK RIPY, of Anderson county. : Morrcw Violates c; Pledge "the Stanford Interior journal takes G...

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. — 27 March 1920

Page .Three The Richmond Daily Register , Richmond, Madison County, Saturday Afternoon, March 27, 1920 ALHAMBRA and OPERA HOUSE Always Good Music and Pictures PRICES 20c and 30c Including war tax SATURDAY - Marguerite Fisher in "THE HELLION? Pearl White in the Final Episode of "The Black Secret!" MONDAY Bryant Washburn in "it pays to advertise" A rip roaring comedy which will make you forget your troubles, and "Live" once again. ELMO LINCOLN in "ELMO the FEARLESS" and a Snub Pollard comedy. , TUESDAY Olive Thomas In "OUT YONDER" JACK DEMPSEY in "DAREDEVIL JACK" 2 DAYS 2 Thurs. - Friday APRIL 1 & 2 Her' newest picture from Eleanor H. Porter's novel, "Pollyanna." . . . Her gladness is contagious. ".See the picture that made mil lions happy, that keeps the laugh ter chasing tears, and makes the heartstrings sing. In addition to "Pollyanna," we will show as an extra feature on Thursday, April 1st, and every, Thursday thereafter, the wonder;-! ' ful animal serial, said to be the . gr...

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. — 27 March 1920

i: I ' -. t The Richmond Daily Register BEAD lIMflW PAINS. S Young Mrs. Jofcnston- Had Miserable Time UntH She Took Lycia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound. Chicago, El. "I vras very sick fcr ome lime with pains in my side3 and back and 1 couJc not do my vork at times the pain in my side was so bad. I would have to stay in bed for days at a time. My mother-in-lav? had taken Lydia E. Fir.khan's Vegetable Com pound and recom mended it to me. It cured my pains and I am now able to do .1 1 all my work. You can publish my testi monial and I hope the Compound will do others the pood it has done me." Mrs. Anna Johnston, 20G E. 41st Street, Chicago, IU. For forty years vrcmen have been telling hew Lyriin E. Knkharrrs Vege table Compound has restored their health v.'hen suffering vrith female ills. This accounts for the enormous demand for it from coast to coast. If you are troubled with any ailment peculiar to women why don't you try Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound ? It is made from nat...

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. — 27 March 1920

4 1 he Richmond Daily Register, Richmond, Madison County, Saturday Afternoon, March 27, -1 920 WTTi sj .' - u- i i ,l i o III m I . CADILLAC - I The well known Cadillac ability to travel thousands of miles without caus ing the owner a moment's worry or care, or re-adjustment is more pro nounced than ever in the new series. Type 59. mmm caoillag go Corner Main and Spring Streets LEXINGTON, KY. ' 9 Wt .... "MAIL PLANE BETWEEN PARSS AND GOBLEMZ ? '4'"4f fl diamonds, taking one ring from her- finger. Charles Douthitt, Scott county youth saved by pardon is so -weak from long confinement, in a death cell, that he cannot -lie put to jwork for some days, the Eddy- ville warden announced. O. F. Spencer, charged with op erating a still in Menifee county, which prohibition agents have just destroyed, was held to the federal grand jury under $2,500 bond- - DROUTH HELPS AUTO SALES Wm. A. Holt Thos. Barbee FAYETTE RADIATOR REPAIR & VULCANIZING CO 110 Viae Street Phone 330x Lexington, Ky. We m...

Publication Title: Richmond Daily Register
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond daily register. — 27 March 1920

The Richmond Daily Register, Richmond, Madison County, Saturday Afternoon, March 27, 1920 Page Six 3 IN OLD KENTUCKY - John Sallee, sentenced . to the workhouse on charge of stealing corn from L: B- Givens, in Mercer county, escaped .while being tak en to the prison v . A. wholesale slaughter of rats engaged a crowd of men and boys at Maysville when high water forced the rodents to leave their runs under the public dump and swim in great numbers to high ground. '' ; '';:.'" i mimu u m un I i ymi mam mil uj imiii iwjiiiw ' mm ww - iiMMiMi'iMi m ii n in n n nr i "t - - ' taMK IG CLEAN BLOCK 3 PHONE 28 Have you taken in Muncv's March f Gravel nits ?.nd back water, PRFPfiRlMft PAR PHI fiR TRIP Sale? Unusual reduces in al! his wcrc dragged in efforts to recov- I lines are being offcrcrd. Only a few cr ti,e bodies of Fred and James 0"' ' " - ZgZ n I more days left, better buy lhat piece Ingram, 4 and 6 years old, last ft ii to 20 per cent. Qhio at paclucah. I fC&y ' ' ' -- M . . ' i !...

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. — 29 March 1920

Ti Mm Hi H FTH EE, Established 1865 55th Year No. 76 , Richmond, Madison County, Kentucky Monday Afternoon, March 29, 1920 Price Five Cents CYCLONE SUNDAY DOES GREAT DAMAGE Many Killed Arcund Chicago and Much Property and Many Lives Lost In South, Too (By Associ-tel Tress) Chicago, Mar. 29 The known dead this afternoon as a result of the storm yesterday, arc placed at 93, with unofficial reports swelling it to 115. This includes 29 in the Chicago district, 26 in Ohio, 27 in Indiana and nine in Michigan. 69 Reported Killed (Iy Assoriatcd Press Chicago, March 29 First re ports of deaths today in the wake of the tornadoes which swept through six central west states yesterday placed the num ber at 69- As wire communication was gradually restored, the death list before noon today swelled to 77. while thousands were rendered homeless and the property dam age is millions of dollars. Chicago and suburbs showed the greatest toll with 29 killed. Ohio reports 24 known dead with the probability...

Publication Title: Richmond Daily Register
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond daily register. — 29 March 1920

4 t I is : Car recebed today and already one 'half sold. If ycu want to get in on this lor.d, call us now. Will deliver it to sny part cf'the county. 0 6 M -, LV Si J Li .1', ."-vA . Richmond Bszh E??ixter Entered at tbe i-.'.- ioi; nor.d as secos.i ciriss under Act of Conmi hi .11. U Sub.sor::il:on I:,'.-., Per year by mnii ;f'0 Six months, by mail .; c.r, Three months, by ruail :;1 One month by mail .'..50c III c' by carrier, per vv-l. . . S- ''r.ns 81 striclly cah-in-ad- ! vaiif ? to tl! asd taper win be stopped j pro: iptiy when subscription has ex- pireu. i Political Announcements ! "f- Oaily Ketflster Is authorized to ! r.fi tiiiK:" the loilowin? candidates for ; '.i.'icL- subjoot to the action of the Dem i vatic uarty: Vnr CongrfMa RAT.T'fT GIKKERT, of Shelby County. JJiANiv RIPY, of AnCerson county. her part for good roads in the special hnnd election tomorrow. And then it's up to old Madison. Will Madison fail? It would be an everlasting shame and lmmilation for her to do s...

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. — 29 March 1920

'-3 o Page Three The Richmond Daily Register, Richmond, Madison County, Monday Afternoon; March 29, 1920 ALHAMBRA and OPERA HOUSE . .- ' . . Always Good Music and Pictures PRICES 20c and 30c Including war tax MONDAY iyant Washburn in "it pays ia advertise" A rip roaring "comedy which will make you forget your troubles, and "Live" once again. ELMO LINCOLN in "ELMO the FEARLESS" and a Snub Pollard comedy. TUESDAY Olive Thomas r Power! Pulls ! Charming Olive Thomas' at hcrbest in a stirring story on stormy coasts and sunny hearts.An absorbing love drama sweet with the tang of the open A picture that will more than sea. Billy West in merely please. Punch! Pep! and a weekly. li WJtUINfr.MJAY K Madge. Kennedy appeared in per- IsOil at the Opera; House a few rears aeo. Tinft tw' in "Fair and Warmer squeaks - j 2 I till IIMll'lUtl .L May and Squawks," big V comedy and a weekly also 2 DAYS 2 Thurs. - Friday APRIL 1 & 2 In all your troubles you can al ways find somcthng to be glad about, ...

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. — 29 March 1920

The Richmond Daily Register ; Richmond, Madison County, Monday Afternoon, March 29, 1920 r"ase four Keen-Kutter for the Farmer Keen-Kutter for the Men EZ5 9 We take pleasure in announcing to the people of Madison county and surround ing territory, that we are selling the -Keen-Kutter line of the Simmons Hardware Co., of Saint Louis. We know the splendid quality of the goods we are offering, having sold this line for the past ten years. The trade mark ' KEEN-KUTTER is a standard of quality Keen-Ku!kr for Ladies flWVR69 ft Keen-Kytter for Carpenters KEEN Mjp KUTTER ' H f 'Par u ' , Mi ij . . I if ; 4 - . .' v Keen-Kutter Fertile Autois Keen-KutterJifor ia Boys Ml W Price no hkfrsr than anv oAer line- Keen Kiitter Goods never disappoint. Ozx tlic market nearly half a csntsry. -, Every Keen Kutter article fully gusranteed. We have all goods. in sfeck ifetrated on this page r The reccHectien "of quality remains long after ilie price is Jorgotten. , : fir ci i j ILj (A 0,1 i The majority ...

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