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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond daily register. — 25 February 1919

MM - A -1 W -' TT v l tt tm rmf THE WEATHER Fair tonight and Wednesday, except rain or mow extreme east portion to night; much colder with a cold ware. tablished 1865 53d Yeai JATE TAX COMMISSION ORDERS "SMALL" RAISE - . . AAA A A Jl-1 fVA vidian's Auwmnt This Year av Letter To Judge Price. The Daily Register was in error the or day when it said that the State .reuse in he tax assessment of i.ftson co'-fty. The inert-afce was only " small. " This boumito be so because the State ,x Commission says so itself. But s a; mighty good thing for the tax- rs of Madison county that the in- .ase isn't "medium-sized or large, "small" as the State Taxing card Fays it is, is $4,375,000 on lands J $.".00,000 on town lots. Can you Jat it I - . . A A AAA AAA This makes almost iu,wu,uw in- base on the assessment of Madison unty made during the past two ars by the State Tax Commission, rhaps, it is a good thing for the ard and the state that the Tax Com- r..f.ion is a son vi ui-mniiuu uiiui th both de...

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 February 1919

The Daily Register, Richmon d. f.IacSson County, Kentucky Tuesday Afternoon, February, 25, 1919 list of licensed Dos . Owners In Madison Asi is required by the law of the State of Kentucky, 1, J. W. Maupin, County Clerk, of Madison county, Ky., hereby publish the name of owners, postoffice address, and number of . dogs owned in this county on -which a state license has been paid: C, M. Canfield, Berea, 1. V. O. Hays, Berea, 1. Win. R. Boggs, Red House, 1. Wm. R. Boggs, Red House, 1. 0. W. Tark, Union City, 1. L. L. Begley, City, 1. S. R. Clarkson, Berea, 1. W. H. Lewis, Berea, 1. W. H. Wylie. Taint Lick, 1. Wm. Caldwell. Taint Lick, 1. Wm. Morris, Kingston, 1. ' Ralph Tarke, Union City, 1. J. V. Maupin. City, 1. Wm. Lvnch, Dreyfus, 1. B. A. Moberly, City, 1. B. A. Moberly, City, 1. -T. T. Covington, City, 1. W. B. Turley, City, 1. W. B. Turley, City, 1. J. W. Gwynn, Taint Lick, 1. J. W. Gwynn, Taint Lick, 1. Cleveland Crawfordfi oylesville, 1. Cleveland Crawford, Doylesville, 1. Mrs...

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. — 25 February 1919

X. 1. E Keves, Doylesville, 1. r." Reeves, Doylesville, 1. tries Riley. White Hall, 1. Todd. Coyle, 1. v White HalL L. V Fowler, White Hall, 1. P Fowler. White Hall, X. I- t-:1 ill- o Henry t iuiuiuk, Henry. KWuyille, 1. u Hpnrv. Duluth, 1. Ut Davis, Red House, 1. ev uiggs, xww, i. Goodloe, Berea, 1. n;. Hill. i. n;? V.V.; r ,0lev Fox, uig nui, x. Ue- VanWinkle, Big Hill, 1 " M Halcomb, R. D. S, L. -erVa Halcomb, R. D. 8, 1. erra Halcomb. R. D. 3, X. irle Turner, K, D. 4, X, aes Warner, Edenton, 1. orsre HilL 4 .hanl Pari, Berea, 1- , Ealim, Berea, 1. -sbLi Moran, aty, X. ; ra Shepherd, city, X. I jj paiton, rituui, Union Oty, 1. r; Owens. Union City, 1. artka Hensley, Berea, 1. LHn Warren, Edenton, 1. fn Million, Newby, R. D. 1, 1. S H. Moore. Newby, R. D. X. X. 1 una D- Baker, Brassfield, 1. Arhar. city. ! dre- Moore, Brassfield, 1. fl Fender, Moberly, L. K. Poty, Berea, 1. K Doty, Berea, L, dv Carpenter, Berea, R. D .X, X. B Cain, Waco, L F. Bush, Waco, 1- .Hie Joe lurpm, mw S. H...

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 February 1919

J the Daily Register, Richmond, Madison County, Kentucky Tuesday Afternoon, February, 25, 1919 Ml J! i J. i J 4 4: : - - I; BEMIS THE TOBACCO SETTER HAS A NATIONAL REPUTATION FOR ITS HIGH QUALITY AND WORTH . In a Tobacco Setter QUALITY REGULATES the PRICE, the same as it does Farm Lands or the Tobacco the Land produces. If you want to raise good Tobacco 4xth quantity and quality, you can best do it by properly setting the plants with a Bemis Setter. The Bemis Tobacco Setter is Universally used, which is absolute proof of its superiority. We have only a limited number of unsold Bemis Setters, and we advise you to order now. Write, phone or call in person. D. B. SHACKELFORD & CO. Richmond Dally Register S. BL Saufley, Editor ft Proprietor Filtered at the postoffiee at Richmond Ky., as second class mail matter un der Act of ongress of 1875. The W. E. Prowell farm on the Lib erty pike out of Lexington was soli at auction Friday by Frazier am'. Jackson to W. C Brumagen, of tfc-? Tate...

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 February 1919

The Daily Register; Richmond Madison County, Ky.,Tuesday Afternoon February, 25, 1919 E U wwsmw YCOGH7U -WEDNESDAY- THURSDAY . SPECIAL THURSDAY 1 NORMA TALMADGE - IN "THE FORBIDDEN CITY" A 7 reel Select Picture. Double Picture Program - - Two Features DUST IN FAR HUM in 'THE VIRGINIAN' Bryant Washburn in "KIDDER & KO" A 2 reel Big V Comedy -y. Carrent Events raramount Presents LILLA LEE Theo. Roberta and Harrison Ford in "Such a Little Pirate" Roscoe Fatty Arbnckle . .THE SHERIFF" Also a Hearst Weekly. MATINEE Opera : House NIGHT "Brittzin's ta b Action" ir Eddie Lyons and Lee Moran in a good Lj -TALMADCE i I I Mil s AdmUsion Children 15 cents; adults cents. War tax included. comedy. 12 Reels But come early if you want a seat 12 Reels lilt QJ JVCMi (BEcattitxa ORDER A BAG OR BARREL L I Ell E F. H. GORDON. . . Social cad Fcrssssl War Mothers. Mrs. Robert R. Burnam, who h .v..- t h War Mothers organ' : - fVa Mrmhr. unres all the .i. -in nm11 their names, at Miss Fannie Culton's li...

Publication Title: Richmond Daily Register
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond daily register. — 25 February 1919

,1 y ..'.rou" :i ThV Daily Register; Richmond, Madison County. ICyt Tuesday Afternoon, Fcbruar y, 25, 1919 ti 4 ' 4 ! HI 1 f- t-ri. 1 1 j 3 V- f ! 1 1 , 3 if (Continued from Third Page) James Noland, city, 1. .James Noland, city, 1. Baum Cornelison, By bee, 1. Mat Cornelison, Bybee, 1. Ed Baxter, city, 1. John Baxter, city, 1. Richard Golden, Berea, 1. W. S. VanWinkle, Big Hill, 1. S. E- Cox, Panola, 1. Cecil Tipton, Union City, 1. llelvin Fry, Kingston, 1. Dudley Paylor, Newby, 1. Melvin Fry, Kingston, 1. Matilda Williams. Duluth, 1. j Sidney Long, JNewoy, n. . D. 1,1. Mrs. Lucy Cochran. hite s Sta, 1. Mrs. Lucy Cochran, White's Sta, 1. William Ward, Cottonburg, 1. Clarenie Snyder, Cottonburg, 1. Frank Wiseman, city, 1. Liaac Smith, Terrill, L. S. D. Miller, Moberly, 1. Tom Jones, Terrill, 1. Hugh Million, city, 1. Geo. DeJarnetK, K. V. x. Hez. Goodlett, city, 1. Tom Clay. Red House, 1. Jason Riddell, city, 1. J. C. Hendren, city, L, Josie Gulley. Edenton, Philip Brooks, R-D. 2,1 A...

Publication Title: Richmond Daily Register
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond daily register. — 25 February 1919

Register, Richmond, Hidlccn County. Ky.Juesday Afternoon, February, 25, 1919 i I: V Tendency to Constipation ?- USE THIS LAXATIVE! Dietittani advise a "careful diet," but that U trouble- to roort people; physical cultunata ad viae "certain exercise, " which H good if one ha both the time and the inclination. Doctors advise diet and exercise nd medicine. The question is, shall it be a cathartic or purgative med- ; icinc? Or a mild, gentle laxative? Thousands have decided the question to their own satis faction by using a combination of simple laxative herbs with pepsin known to druggists as Dr. Caldwell's Syrup Pepsin. A small dose gives a free, easy movement of the bowels. . It is the best substitute for nature herself. In fact, since the ingredients are wholly Croat the vegetable kingdom it may truthfully be said it U a natural laxative. Its positive but gentle action on the bowels makes it an ideal remedy for constipation. The dose is small, and it may be taken with perfect safety...

Publication Title: Richmond Daily Register
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond daily register. — 25 February 1919

The Daily Register, Richmond, Madison County Kentucky Tuesday Afternoon, February, 25, 1919 t if III f i ' i Hi ft t If Hilt- I ' i 1 i' "in Hi 1 1 Sit . 2 7 ... i : RICHMOND DAILY REGISTER CLASSIFIED COLUMNS The Market Place of Madison, Garrard and Estill Counties." Where Buyer and Seller Meet rnr CAI r 1 TrC CTYW OPPORTUNITY to get a Plumber r UK OA.Lt. Li V E. 0 1 UVJv at the time you want him. Office phone J. 897, residence 826. Wash V. Dykes. BIG Type Poland China hogs of the ; best breed; the kind you need to start FOR SALE A practically new your herd. For sale at all times. Brinkerhoff Piano with mahogany Write or call J. Taylor White, phone case; a bargain at $225. The E. C 743 v R. D. 1, Richmond, Ky. 4S Christian Music Co., "Everything Per- ' , taining to Music" 205-207 E. Main st- FOR SALE I have some Louisville Lcxington' K?- end Atlanta State Fair champion E poNT forget Baxter and Whitlock Red Berkshire Swine for sale. W. B Garage prf reasonable, 65 tf Turley, Richmond,...

Publication Title: Richmond Daily Register
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond daily register. — 26 February 1919

llbfc Pr;nt ft srt s, ' JIMSIMEflliD UDAIlMr DiKiGISTEIt THE WEATHER Fair; somewhat warmer tonight; Thursday partly cloudy and warmer. V.j- f i Established 1 865 53d Yeai No. 74. Richmond,' Madison County, Kentucky, Wednesday Afternoon, February 26, 1 91 9 STANLEY CALLS ON WILSON AT WASHINGTON President Working Hard Would Like To Make Another Speech Before Returning To Paris. (By Associated Press) Washington, Feb. 26 In addition to prompt action at this session on the big appropriation bills, President Wilson intends to urge Congress to expedite the passage of the oil leasing and water power bills, a provision continuing the United States employ ment service, and Secretary Lane's bill appropriating a hundred million dollars for the reclamation of land to be opened to soldiers and sailors. For this purpose he will confer with Sena tors at the capital probably today if his engagements permit. The President plans to -do every thing possible to. aid the passage of imperative legislation...

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 February 1919

i i - 7 " The Daily Register, Richmond. Madison County, Kentucky Wednesday Afternoon, February 26, 1919 I I I' ill; ; 3 I j X it M I':' ;i. s . i .! ? t .. : it "i : t i MM J ffi 1 'II. if hi Hsf - 4'Hr ML Why do people sleep Remember the morning you woke up with a feeling that you really had been sound asleep all nightt Never felt so well before! Nor looked so fresh and rested, nor got things done so easily. r" WAS the deep sleep that did it. Nothing keeps us looking so young or feeling to vigorous as enough deep, restful sleep every nerve and muscle relaxed. Do yon ever really relax? The chances are you don't. No matter what you do to bring sleep, yon will never sleep sound unless your bed invites perfect relaxation. Thousands who for years have been "liftht sleepers" waking at every sound sleep the night through on a Simmons Bed. Why the Simmons BedT The Simmons Metal Bed is strong and rigid where the average bed is weakest in the corner loth. These are some of the Simmons basic ...

Publication Title: Richmond Daily Register
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond daily register. — 26 February 1919

JKejagyRegister, RicKmond. Madison County. Ky Wednesday Afternoon, February 26. 1919 TONBGHY!! NORMA TALI.IADGE IN "THE FORBIDDEN CITY" A 7 reel Select Picture. "BritfeLfs llavy b Jlcticn" Eddie Lyons and Lee Moran in a good comedy. EU.1SDAY SPECIAL Double Picture Program . - ' - THURSDAY Two Features FRIDAY tom moore IN "Go West Young Man" Its a Goldwyn picture. Smiling Bill DUSTIN FARNUr.1 in HIE WRGIIM Bryant Washburn in "KIDDER 6)K0" MATINEE Opera : House ' NIGHT dmision Children 15 cents; adults . A 2 reel Big V Comedy Current Events Parsons in "Proposing Bill" also an 20 cents. War tu included. 12 Reels But come early if you want a seat 12 Reels animated weekly. ni mnnnrmin HLinimviyirm 'f7DCAAA l , 1 L - T T " i Y) n iawq fTDBflCCO wm i petter hurry !"1 5,00O yards today and going fast Best grade - 8 1 -3c per yd. II wbt I Several of oar customers are coming after their Canvas this week and will bay their New Wagon so they can haul 200 rods of our good 4 foot fence home. " ii...

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 February 1919

The Daily Register, Richmond, Madison County Kentucky Wednesday Afternoon, February 26, 1919 r RICHMOND DAILY REGISTER CLASSIFIED COLUMNS "The Market Place of Madiaon, Garrard and Estill Counties.- Where Buyer and Seller Meet FOR SALE-r-LIVE STOCK BIG Type Poland Qiina hogs of the best breed; the kind you need to start your herd, for sale at all times. Write or call J. Taylor White, phone 743 W R. D. 1, Richmond, Ky. 4S FOR SALE I hare some Louigvill and Atlanta State Fair champion Kv ded Berkshire Swine for sale. W. B Turley, Richmond, Ky. tf FOR SALE Miscellaneous OPPORTUNITY to get a Plumber at the time you want him. Office phone 297, residence 826. Wash V. Dykes. FOR SALE A practically new Brinkerhoff Piano with mahogany case; a bargain at $225. The E. C. Christian Music Co.. "Everything Per taining to Music" 205-207 E. Main st Lexington, Ky. 68 tf DONT forget Baxter and Whitlock Garage. Prices reasonable. 65 tf CENTRAL Kentucky Agents for Exide Batteries. Lexington Cadillac Com...

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. — 27 February 1919

i I!M(DIHIMI3in) TOE WEATHER Cloudy tonight and Friday; proba-' bly snow or rain; slightly warmer to night central and east portions. Established 1865 53d YcaiNo.i WILSON AND TAFT TO .SPEAK IN GOTHAM llefore Committee Advocating League of Nations Senators To Air Their Mews Some More. (By Associated Press) Washington, Feb. 27 President Wilsou today accepted an invitation to speak in New York next Tuesday night on Ihe eve of sailing again for France. Former President Tali is also expected to speak. The meet ing will be held under the auspices of the committee representing the var ious societies advocating the League of Nations. Renewed discussion of the League of the League of Nations today in the capital cloak rooms followed the White House dinner last night at which the President outlined the rea sons upon which he predicates the be lef that future peace of the world rests upon such an organization. Republicans opposed to the League plans, however, have apparently not changed their ...

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. — 27 February 1919

The Daily Register, Richmond. Madison County, Kentucky Thursday Afternoon, Februa ry 27, 1919 HP ; ? I ' K . H I' m h'-. ! J i i I ' v.-: s I :1 r . u f f I! It- ! r IS VI "'ii 7 ; i. It i y i j r 5 i f i ! - ft . 1 - i Mi ' - - v F Km , 1 "'.; if ms- U: . 1 Gois-lt Peels y Corns Off! Any Corn or Callus ComM OffPeace fuUy.Painleely. Eerer Paila, It's almost a plenle to ret rid of a corn or callus ths "Gats-If. wtj. To ape rid 3 or S aconds putting oa I or t drop of "OeU-It." about aa Cs Gt-It. peel oS con taia way. simple as putting; on your hat. GLs W does iwtr forever with "con traptions." "wrappr" Plasters, greasy ointments that rub on. blood-letting knives, and scissors that snip Into the "quick." "Vieta-It" eases pain. Tour "Jumpy" corn shrinks, dies, loosens from the to. Ton peel the corn palnlewly from your toe tn one eotnpleto piece. That's where the picnic comes in you peel it oft as you would a banana peeL Xothhig elsebuOeta-Ifcando J. Get peace. foX eommnn-senie "Gets-It....

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 February 1919

rrlr; His Daily Register, Richmoncf, Macfeon CctyjjCy.. Thursday Afternoon February 27, 1919 A auu-1 MATINEE " ! Opera : House NIGHT Admission Children IS. cents; adults 20 cents. War tax included. TuHSDAY Two Features I05H . SPECIAL " Double Picture Program -lf DUOTin TCdtJUCV nTEE CON' G Bryant Washburn b "KIDDER &K0" U A 2 reel Big V Comedy Current Events , "p 12 Reels But come early If you .want a seat 12 Reels SEE WHAT'S COMING FRIDAY Tor.i r.iooRg your favorite and mine, in "Go West Young Man" A young tenderfoot visit a wild . town and wins a sweetheart A play done in dashing Tom Moore style. SATURDAY Can a Woman Thief Reclaim Herself? Ethel Clayton in "The Girl Who Came Back" Theo. Roberts and Elliott Dexter as sist in making thei feature one of ex traordinary merit. PEARL WHITE more daring than ever in "The Light ning Raiders," No. 2. Also a Lloyd comedy. 0 leawm ORDER L A BAG OR BARREL MONDAY TUF?DAY WEDNESDAY WW" SBIG TABIXID SHOW "Cupid's Review'" SS Dancing Good ' .P...

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 February 1919

The Daily Register, Richmond, Madison County Kentucky Thursday Afternoon, February 27, 1919 r FERTILIZER High ' grade ' Add RICHMOND DAILY REGISTER ". CLASSIFIED, COLUMNS v. -The Market Place of Madison, Garrard and Eatill Counties.- Where Buyer and Seller Meet Phospnate 16 per cent, 826 JO, Rich mond, Moberly and Brassfleld. Give me your order as soon as you know AT your wants. Tobacco fertilizer 843.75 per ton. Chas. M. Embry, phone 812 Waco. ,710 FOR SALE LIVE STOCK BIG Type Poland China hogs of the lst breed; the kind you need to start your herd. For sale at all times. Write or call J. Taylor White, phone 743 W R. D. 1, Richmond, Ky. 4S FOR SALE I have some Louisville and Atlanta State Fair champion K Red Berkshire Swine for sale. W. B, Turley, Richmond, Ky. tf FOR SALE Miscellaneous CENTRAL Kentucky Agents for Exide Batteries. Lexington Cadillac Company, Main and Spring streets, Lexington, Ky. 67 lm FOR SALE One car of lumber composed of oak and chestnut; length 8 to 16 feet; a...

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. — 28 February 1919

Em r 1 r w mmm AM Snow in west; rain; turning to mow in east portion tonight and colder; Saturday much colder and generally , fair with col dwave; atrong southwest TEIi, to northwest winds. Richmond, Madison County, Kentucky, Friday Afternoon, February 28, 1919 Single Copy Five Cents Hi). 'S the A lock.' here. aecc bar-! pn the best, Done, best, nfle? 2to. T Of ' the i tr IS WILL HOLD THE RAILROADS A WHILE wm vrv TnM Tsn IV - Question of Constructive Legisla tion Ii Settled, Say Bones (By Associated Press) Washington, Feb. 28 Bulletin-Di- t-eetor uenerai mnee innoanmi toaay (vith the approval of President Wilson that the railroads will not be relin- hiished from government control un- tess there has been opportunity to see i constructive permanent program of etrislation is likely to be adopted in "reasonable tame." Hines discussed the matter with the resident last night and it was the Frrcident's conclusion that in view of ke situation as it stood it will not be Ljvisable to return ...

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. — 28 February 1919

It Print Shovin0 Through The Daily Register. Richmond, Madison Comity, Kentucky Friday Afternoon, February 2fl, IV 19 ! I '.. .. in -MS' ? i : f .hi; 4 i I 1 IS fits M t i ; r ... - - ,?.- . .... i :v!.: V i. --r j -- W. 1 1 V.r f ir' m I? it f f l fciSTANT POSTUM is Jfeqd for -the Shildner onxairia ' no carf-feine. Richmond Daily Register S. M. Saafley, Editor A Proprietor Entered at the postoffiee at Richmond Kyv u second diu mail matter xm dr Act of ottfren of 1875. " Compliments Young Beasley . Squire Beasley's mother has receiv ed the following letter from the com manding officer, M. M. Goodrya, Cap tain of Infantry, U. telling of the splendid qualities of the boy, who was arrested here last week aa a deserter. His friends will read the following with interest: Provost Guard Company, Camp McCkllaiw Ala, Feh 10, '19. My. Dear Mrs. Beasley: In a few days your soldier will re ceive his honorable discharge and start for home. He is bringing back with him many fine qualities of body...

Publication Title: Richmond Daily Register
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Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond daily register. — 28 February 1919

I 1 1 i ri i ! i . . The Daily Register, Richmond, Madison County, Kentucky Friday Afternoon; February 28, 1919 if IH1 3g MGiass . Fa G 3 At Bolb WalM 9 eif B&ra Richmond, Kentiicky Monday March 3rd, 1919, Court Day AT 10'O'CLOCK A. M., SHARP, RAIN OR SHINE ' These mares are the good bulky kind, just right for the farm and raise mules from. Ages from 4 to 7 years; well broke and ready for work. They were bought and shipped just off the farms in Illinois. They are fresh and young and ready to work and breed. Sev eral teams that match good. HARRY SIFF, Owner i Just after this sale of Farm Mares I will sell for Mrs. Jessie Burnam, 2 beautifu little Shetland "ponies, one 7 years old, well broke; the other black and white, 1 year old and both mare ponies; 1 beautiful pony cart and harness a grand p ony outfit good as new; 1 coming 2 years old bay colt by Blue Ches ter, just a beauty agrand looking colt; 1 coming yeaning filly by Madison lung nne as tney grow. . If not sold before at ...

Publication Title: Richmond Daily Register
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Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond daily register. — 28 February 1919

rlnt SLovln Ti Hie Daily Register. Richmon d, Madison County, Kentucky Friday Afternoon, February 28, 191 ro u - CTCCDY IS NOVFIGO) INCOME I In Order to Be Helpful to -Public, Internal Revenue Bureau Has Every Available Officer in Field. I - r ii nii n ii i h, u The More You Use Your Gar The More You Need Good Tires Your car's usefulness is increasing every day. It is becoming more and more of a real necessity to you both in your business and home life. For that very reason you need good tires, now, more than ever. The out-and-out dependability that created so tremendous a demand for United States Tires in times of war is just as desirable today. It reduces tire troubles to the vanishing point multiplying the usefulness of your car and putting the cost of operation on a real thrift basis. United States 'Nobby', 'Chain', Usco',and 'Plain' are the most popular fabric tires built They have all the strength and stamina our years of experience have taught us to put into tires. There is a...

Publication Title: Richmond Daily Register
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