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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond daily register. — 28 February 1919

Without Its Family Laxativs The Da3y Register. Richmon d. Madison County, Kentucky Friday Afternoon, February 28. 1919 THIS TfiiS TO TO 1 r V From the baby to the grandparents a good laxative U the" necessary medicine in the little ilia. It ward off serious sickness and saves doctor's bills. Many a cold has been pre- vented from running into grippe and pneumonia by its timely Use. ., Many a racking headache has been quickly diipeUcd by it. And it la a laxative rather than a drastic cathartic or purgative that should be in every family medicine-chest, for a laxative can be used at all ages. : Thousands of good American families have for more than a quarter century used a combination of simple laxative herbs with pepsin known to druggists n Dr. Caldwell's Syrup . Pepsin. It is a laxative-tonic that acts on the bowels and stomach. Infants take it with perfect safety, and it is equally effective for grownups. Grandparents are now seeing their children give it to their babies. It is exce...

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. — 28 February 1919

The Daily Register. Richmond, Madison County KentuckyFriday Afternoon, February 28, 1919 PAY AND FILE INCOME TAX BEFOREMAR. 15 U. S. Internal Revenue Bureau Gives Warning That Severe Penalties Will Be Enforced. Good Brotio1 " i:i!l!!!ii M. . i. i : .:-! h H r -in ,r.: Mil nil 1 , f i- I "?;' v i: A 1 -IK ' rllii I will on suS) at thg East End Stock Yards, Richmond,Ky., RainorShine Sell 25 Head of Heavy Ohio Wares from 3 to 6 years old and weigh iromOllOOjj to 1300 pounds. ALL BROKE If you need a good team, be sure and attend this sale. Joe H. Jordloini f Why do people sleep Remember the morning you woke up with a feeling that you realty had been sound asleep all night T 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 keep at looking to voting or feeling to vigorous at enough deep, restful sleep every nerve and muscle relaxed. Do you ever really relax f The chances are you don't. No matter what you do...

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. — 28 February 1919

The Daily Register. Richmon d, Madison County, KentuckyFriday Afternoon, February 28, 1919 Weekly Health Talks The Many Mysteries of Nature BY I W. BOWER, D. D. ' You can take an onion seed and s pansy feed, and plant them aide by aide in the fsame spot of ground. la one case, yoa 1 an onion, with its peculiarly strong Vdor. and in the other you get a Sower of rare beauty. You can plant a poppy seed and get opium (a dangerous, haDiWormiaa drug), or you can plant a rhubarb seed and eet something that helps constipation. s'o scientist, living or dead, can explain these mysteries of Nature. Behind the juviHbie uio germ in escn seea h maaen the deep secret that nobody understands. Everything growing out of the ground sorms intended for some use in establishing natural conditions. Dr. Pierce, of Buffalo, Y long since found out what ia naturally best for women's diseases. lie learned it all through treating thousands of rises. The result of his studies was a mo licine called Dr. Pierce's ...

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. — 28 February 1919

The Daily Register. Richmon d, Macfison County. Kentucky Friday Afternoon, Fcbrtrary 28. 1919 Y ' ; ? Jiff i if i: . i i V jjir; H t f ; f i I : Hi! r. I t : j i Ml' i r - "' i a. 4-'f J I X i. ::i m urn lit -r , 1 X v. i "i : i - wishes to announce to their friends and patrons that the Richmond Tobacco market will close FRIDAY, MARCH 14th, and we urge all who have tobacco to get it to the market There will be only three sales per week from now, on. Sales on Monday, Wednesday and Friday each week. We thank you for your liberal patronage and hope to serve you again TOBACCO WAREHOUSE E. DEATHERAGE, MANAGER McCreary' Reminiscence The Louisville Times the other day contained some reminiscences of the late Gov. James B. McCreary, which will be or interest nere: . A One of the characteristics of the ' late Gov. James B. McCreary, that was known far and wide, and seemed to be second nature with him, was his apparent reluctance to committing himself off-hand, even in the most commonplance m...

Publication Title: Richmond Daily Register
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond daily register. — 28 February 1919

ALHAmDRA MATINEE Opera : House NIGHT llie Daily Register. Richmond, Madison County, KcntuckyFriday Afternoon, February 28. 1919 FRIDAY Ton r.iooRE your favorite and mlno, in .w mm uuiiii i.ian A young tenderfoot visits 'a ' wild town and wins a sweetheart A play done in dashing Tom Moore style. ' T i Order a Ton GORDON'S Quick Burning and aToid March Winds and Chffii My weights guaranteed by dty scales focixl and Pcmcs! Wlnborn Herring. Miss Stella Winburn of this dty, and Mr. James A. Herring, of Detroit MIcIl, war married in Cincinnati on Tuesday. The wedding was quite a Mrs. Jonah, Wagers spent Friday 4n Lexington. y Mrs. J. II. Kuhn and pretty little daughter, of Louisville, are visiting ner parents here. Mrs. Carlo B. Brittain has return ed from her trip east, and is with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. T. E. Baldwin. Mr. Robert Garrett has been mus tered out of the service at Great Lakes, and is with his- mother on Breck avenue. Mrs. D. H. Matherly. left Saturday for Green county, h...

Publication Title: Richmond Daily Register
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond daily register. — 28 February 1919

LJTT? r II I Do"WO TFIhicB ' (Go Overcoats, Macldnaws, Sweater Coats, Corduroy Coats, Heavy Kersey Pants, Corduroy Pants One lot of Heavy Suits for Men. One lot of t Heavy Suits for Boys AH at Deep Cut Prices We have two reasons for this sale. You all know one of them; the other one I will tell you. We want the CASH for Winter Goods NOW, so here they go. 20 per cent Off MEN'S SUITS AND OVERCOATS $20 Values now ....$16 $25 Values now $20 $30 Values now ... $24 $35 Values now $27 $40 Values now $32. $45 Values now $36 $50 Values now $40 BOYS' SUITS AND OVERCOATS $ 8 Values now $6.40 $10 Values now ...... $8.00 $12 Values now ..$9.60 $15 Values now $12.00 $18 Values now $15.40 Corduroy and Heavy Kersey Pants, Sweater Coats, Flannel Shirts all go at SAME REDUCED PRICES. We wish to call your attention to the Standard lines of Merchandise we are handling they are the very best known lines that have ever been handled in this town. Our Suits and Overcoats are made by Hart Schaffner & Ma...

Publication Title: Richmond Daily Register
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond daily register. — 28 February 1919

The Dxflv Register. Richmond, Madison County, KentecVyFriday Afternoon. Fpkm - ?R 10Q federation of Musical Club. The Richmond Federation : cl Clubs gave 1U annual p Caldwell High School Wednexiay X, krnoon with a large audienc f reseni jjl the clubs were represent 1 irc''ic jng the CecQian Chib, the M.r Faia 1 Sherwood, the Apollo, a V the Chromatic. Tht ,9v feel deeply Indebted to T Y, Bridges, Dr. Homer W. Ca j Ot , 0. Olin Green, Mr. Will " Dr. Myers, Miss Holtxclaw V liam Noland, who gav ii glstance in making it. a. m r euion. The enthuiiaatiV . give uour artist-teacher, Ass Metealf in her two piano numbers, evinced the sincere appreciation and pleasure of the audience. The entire progra as it appeared in the Daily Regif' wa carried out in its entirety d . -e special mention, so worthy of Richmond's reputation as eojnmunity. Miss Mary D. Pickets, presio. of the Federated Crabs, lei, the pro gram. Mrs,. B. I Midelton, chairman of the contest committee, gave an in teresting repor...

Publication Title: Richmond Daily Register
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond daily register. — 28 February 1919

The Daily Register. Richmon d, MscHscn County, Kentucky Friday Afternoon, February 28, 1919 if a: I t , t r i i 'i 2.. SIuTFED B? m -A' BAD' COLDf Get Irasy with aTbottIerof ,NDr. Kind's New Discovery at once J Coughs, colds and broachLJ attacks they are ll likely to result in danger Ous aftermaths unless checked in time. . And how effectively and quickly Dr. King's New Discovery helps to do the checking workl Inflamed. Irritated membranes are soothed, , the mucous phlegm loosened freely, and quiet, restful sleep follows. 60c and $1.20. A3 druggists hare it. Sold since 1SC3 Constipation Emadpation No mart lazy bowels, yellow cors plextion, ( sick headache, indigestion, embarassing breath, when you use S3 a corrective Dr. King's New Life Pills. They systematize toe system and tec? the world looking cheerful 25c Normal School Notes (W. B. Tropser) The "prominade" from 6 to 6:30 of evenings is coming to be one of the most prominent features of the day among: the young people of the Nor...

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. — 1 March 1919

AJ1MT TEB. THE WEATHER Fair tonight; followed by cloudy Sunday; rising temperature. h 1 I f tHshed 1865 53d VeaiNo. 77 Richmond. Madison County, Kentu 1 Single Copy Kve Ccr. " O S V '.Y V A A t 57 i 1 aft ft n &iimji jci i, ok., Allen Whitaker Operated ,OVER 7,000,000 LOST FIRE DESTROYS HUGH 0 V ' l DIES LATE FRIDAY On In Hosnital In France LIVES IN THE WAR COLYER'S rniTvrv homf m w s a - a.- v n wwm , . . i . ,. . .,- . v p I - I I - w w w llVtllAJ I Esteemed and Substantial Farmer and - Citizen of Madison, Succumbs, After Short Illness. Madison county lost one of her most bstantial, progressive and esteemed citizens when Shelby Jett, Sr- Bank unto sleep that knows no waiting this side of the Judgment Morn, at Berea Friday night. Members of his devot ed family, around the bedside, were b expecting the end after the relapse earts of all who were present as well as a host of warm friends and loved ones here and elsewhere, are wrung with anguish at the . parting from this splendid...

Publication Title: Richmond Daily Register
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond daily register. — 1 March 1919

Hie Daily Register, Richmond. Madison County. ICeatuckySaturday Afternoon, March 1. 1919 i Ml i M m if I US rifi ? U t J f! 'i i If i mi r STRENGTHENS KIDNEYS PURMES BLOOD Too eanV expert weak kidneys to filter th-cid and poisons oat of yoar ystejsjtmleM they are given a little help An't allow them to become diaeaaod .seaen a little attention bow will pre Vnt it. lWt try to cheat nature. C y As soon as yea commence to barn v ' '.. litckac-iics, feel nervous and tired. GETC J'-CJSX. These are tisually Warninrs thut your kidneja are sot Working yroneriy. , l)o not delay a minute. Go after tha cause of your ailment or yon way find yourself in the trip of an ineumt'e dis ecse. OOLI ME1A1 Daarirai Oil cap sules wiQ rWe ahnoet imsivdiale Ttte from kidney troubles. GOLD MED AL, Haarlem Oil Capsulea will do the work. They are the par original Haarlem Oil Capsules imported direct f roia the laboratories In Haarlem, Hol land. Ask yonr druggist for GOLD MKDAL and accept no sobetirutes. Look fo...

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. — 1 March 1919

5UV "ir.t v.s The Daily Register. Richmond, Madison County, Kentucky Saturday Afternoon, March 1,1919 PAUL N. WILUKOFF STATEMENT OF ilni 1 ap -Jn ...... , 11 If State 'Bank & st (Company ill 1. 1 it IJE" kst- V- Here ,s i words: "1 J Jhich no 5 P health wa hot nil but out him down. I me Biory iuiu in ni vwu "I had throat trouble from relief seemed possible. My cone. Finally I decided irv feruna ana was entirely c;:red by four bottles. That was three vears atro. I a-m now aa well ever: able to ride all the time. Tii.tnka to Peruna." I. Ike Sheriff Barnes, thousands eve their present health to Veruna. v..p i-jiiirrh .of the head, 'nose and ihioat. catarrhal Inflammation of Mr. B. W. D. Barnes, of Warns Coantj, Measures np -to Requirements. HIS LIFE A STIRRING ONE Always in robust health, B. W. D. Barnes could ride, shoot and get his man. He was everything a sheriff in Warren Co., Tennessee, should be until nwrtakpn bv a comDliation of catarrhal trouDies the stomach, bowels or othe...

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. — 1 March 1919

The Daily Register. Richmcn d. r.IscEson County. Kentucky Friday Afternoon. February 28, 1919 ; ; , ' i . i i ueMaS ' ' . ;; . . Lrv uns U S ; : UfU W M S Is t V 4 (k J'tt I E hi .1 4 - -- ..." " wishes to announce to their friends and patrons that the Richmond Tobacco market will close FRIDAY, MARCH 14thf and we urge all who have tobacco to get it to the market There will be only three sales per week from now on. Sales on Monday, Wednesday and Friday each week.; We thank you for your Uberal patronage and hope, to serve you again IE E. DEATHERAGE, MANAGER Richmond Daily Register S. M. Suiter.' Editor ft Proprietor Entered at the postofflee at Richmond Ky., aa aecood daaa mail matter wi der Act of ongresa of 1875. Kentackians Cited Four Kentruckiaas are named in to day's citations by the War Depart ment, and are assigned the Distin guished Service Cross. Sergeant Theodore Keller .Com pany M. 6th regiment, U. S. Marine Corps (A. S. No. 118,264.) For extra ordinary heroism in action ne...

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. — 1 March 1919

The Dally Register, Richmond, Madison County, Kentucky Saturday Afternoon, March 1, 1919 Order a Ton . 4 GORDON'S Quick Burning and avoid -March Winds and Chills My weights guaranteed by city focttlsJFc 1 at mutant Dr. Homer W. Carpenter who has snent the pest few days la AUantr will return Sunday morning in time for all the Sunday services. Tie guro&ce repairs hae beea completed, sad the entire buHding wiO be m use Sunday. Entertain Friend. Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Lamb entertain ed a few friends Sunday. The guests were Mr. and Mrs. Tom Lamb, and little daughter, Willie Mae Lamb, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Lamb, and B. Rob erts, Mrs. Rollie Lamb and little son, Harry Lee Lamb. Mr. and Mrs. W. M. French wffl be euests of Mr. Jeff French and Mr. Pearl Walton for court day. Entertained Knitting League. Mrs. Neale Bennett entertained the Navy Knitting League Thursday af ternoon. There were quite a number present and the boors were both pleasantly and profitably spent. Rev. O. J. Young spent Fr...

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. — 1 March 1919

The Daily Register. Richmond, Madison County, Kentucky Saturday Afternoon, March 1919 V Order a Ton , s GORDON'S QdckBcrnins and avoid -March Winds and Chills My weights gaaranteed by dty scales fodal tad FmsaJ Important Dr. Homer W. Carpenter who lias apent the past few days ia Attantr win return Sunday morning in time for all the Sunday sendees. - The gumace repairs hae been completed, and the entire banding will be in use Sunday. Entertain Friends. Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Lamb entertain ed a few friends Sunday. The guests were Mr. and Mrs. Tom Lamb, and little daughter, Willie Mae Lamb, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Lamb, and B. Bob erts, Mrs. Rollie Lamb and little son, Harry Lee Lamb. Mr. and Mrs. W. M. French will be guests of Mr. Jeff French and Mr. Pearl Walton for court day. Rev. 0. J. Young spent Friday in Lexington. -- -: .,- ; .- Judge W. R. Shackelford was it Lexington Friday. Mr. and Mrs. B.' L. Middelton spent Friday in Lexington. . Miss Anna Veda Deatherage spent Saturday In Lexin...

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. — 1 March 1919

7 s i. r f f -.TfMOC MARK The City of ? GOODRICH .1 ALt'. AKran, unio Put On V ; The Left ?Shoe; ssiWBsa mfma 4 First ; They all, said jt Dough- boy, Poilu, and Tommy g and clinging to that bit ( they believed it brought good luck for the day and longer life in the shell ed racked stretch about them. "- '- I But in these fairer; happier days, when peace whirls the wheels of motor dom again, we say, Put on the riht shoe first." I And, of course, the" right shoe, is the Goodrich' W Shoe, because it means I iu May ana nigm, and longer life in your tires. But there's no superstition I about it; only the big, L Husky Dody.and the wide, thick BLACK SAFETY TREAP, Goodrich builds into tires that Round out the depend ability and durability of Goodrich Service Value. Buy Goodrich Tires . I ' from a Dealer . jj BEST IN THE LONG RUN is --vy. -u II . f 'i L.I I v.. ) n . ii H v i Us, jljul I MRS. ALBERT L MILLS ' ( " L :- .. .'v;;-'-;-v.;: 1 ' N President, ct; the Army 'Service IThDyvRete CHARLE...

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. — 1 March 1919

Ihe Daily Kcbl;r. i JcLn.cnd, i.uzca Cc.ty, . urduy A.:crr.ocn. f.Iarch I . 1919 rrir.t o-.ovl.-. T..ro WORK IN ITALY 3 i. 1 'a JlT SAEFTY DEPOSIT BOXES 1 fS w bbt ntatjed modem Safety D. ! ffVsfl JosH Dues for la convenience. of ar Eaf PAtrmu and skart bo (Mite haw llSAl Ifa d them nta when aacb are seeded llll Ibnl for ataxias: aiberty Bonds, or vther lVyf I l5Vl ecuritte sM rateable. lfidison National Ban!i - 5- . X City Transfer tefflp; jp Day 94 and 142 ! LEVIS HARDIN, Manager V, i A Field of Satisfaction - Because Ho .Sowed JU t Jl th avaa Tbeyprodooe better crop. Yoor Srst sowing wUl convince yo. AskjrouTdeaie. L 1 Here's the big work, little cost .tractor the' Titan THE Titan 10-20 has been on the market for year, and has made good without reservation. -10 horsepower at the draw bar 20 horsepower at the belt. A well-balanced tractor that is suited to all farm power work. It drives easily-, affords maximum pull ing power for its weight, and Is suited in every way to the gener...

Publication Title: Richmond Daily Register
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond daily register. — 1 March 1919

J uly Register, Richmond, f.IcHscn County, Ilc-t-clrvS-turc? :y Af:;n:sc3t l.lzrdi 1, 1919 nnnonnn onnmcn nucoTinn nr m- iittiLiiuttu ruuuLChi uuloiiu.. ur i STUBDORH FACTjIlOT OF THEORY JicAdoo Favors a Five-Year Test Period in Which to Prove Which 1$ Better, Government Ownership or Private Ownership Wisely Regulated Under Superior Authority of Federal Government c El TOW By W. a M'ADOa The railroad problem Is today one of the most, if not the most, lraptr tant and vital domestic questions facing tlie American people. Our welfare and prosperity depend on Its proper solution. Therefore it 13 peculiarly nvfrssary that the facts regarding It 1-e undrstHMi clenrly; that it be pet tied not along partisan political lines nor in deference to the prejudice 'f any class; that the American people face the Issue boldly and dispose of It as courageously as they have always done with every basic problem they have had to meet. Let me say Immediately that I have no pet theory to advance in discus...

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. — 3 March 1919

1 V MM! MEG! ESTER .THE WEATHER Fair and wanner tonight; Tuesday threatening, with' probably rain. Giblished 1865 53djreai No.78 Richmond, Madison. County, Kentucky, , Monday Afternoon, Marcn 3, 19IV Single Copy Five Co ti& T i Congressman Helm Dies In Mississippi Great Shock To Host of Friends When Wire Comes from His , Wife Monday Morning Telephonic communication from!lermSi the ict- to rongresy. He Titanford Monday morning gave the Bad information to his host of friends that Congressman Harvey Helm had died Sunday night at Columbus, Miss- ippi. Details were not given as to the cause of his death. His wife merely wired to relatives at Stanford that h" was dead and she was returning to his home at Stanford with the remains. Particulars of the death of the. Con gressman were not given in the tele gram which Mrs. Helm sent Monday morning. She merely said: "Harvey died last night. "Will start home with body Monday night." It is believed that his illness must have been short and 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. — 3 March 1919

1, ' .1 ' Hie Daily Register. Richmon d, Madison County, KentucWMonday Afternoon, March . - . - - - -' Watch Your Blood Supply. Richmond DailyRepter - . Don't Let ImDurities Creeb M. Sanflty, Editor I S) ! M i 5 Fore Blood M eans Perfect Health. Maaydruggists have ; see wonderf ul entered at the pbstofilce at , Richmond results accompliahed ' among- their - . mafl matter un- M they faoir that S. S. 8. b to WW -paia. - . Tho averaga druggist kaa -andUd tho moct reliable hlocKT-tmrMa- v-r nmdreda J6fed3c-ea in bis ay, Mat .of which fcavtknc keen Argtta...v ., . v ; Bat then It cm Out has boon told T tbt l-ttgtfU , throughout ... this country, for more han fifty years, and that it 8. S.TS-the rtBabVueod made. Eaeo Vonxr afood frta af -kn. Hire, ere poritjat-kj thrto at this honest old medlein, and if 70a wiat medical 11 atmce, yon eaa obtain' aama without Frie 'are'arteiiwiny sympitSyto cart. By writm t Medical Director, Mr. ind Mfs;:BeWJJ'uttt,firSb-UttIa swm speetne, ce- 2S 8wift Lab...

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. — 3 March 1919

ST 1 Order a Ton GORDON'S Quick Darning and aroid UsrcaYiadsasdCfcSs , Ifwetgbto guaranteed by dty ecaites ftxl ci Petdl it YSmdav odlst Kroenter 'Tnesds niant At 7:80. lector al enarcn py jut. xwmw SltMSOOQ S X OTClWC..Mjq ,1rU Bridge Clnb .wf&jneetjrfch Jlrt Mottle Kfe on Jeniutes a,vee. i Wednesday .afteznoefua & o'eJfek 2ie C W.'B. M--wfll inert in the .par Ian of the Christian church,., vj.h--' Wednesdayafternoon at 2:80, Mr. jL. B. Denny wfll entertain her bride dab, i.-.; r -i- . -iv V Thursday afternoon t S Mocnvtlw 'Young .Ladies Mission Circle of the H!Flnt Christian church will meet in cnurcn puwn. Birthday Party. ...-. - Miss Mildred Hawkins celebrated her sixth birthday anniversary Friday at her home on. Laurel street. Those .Included, ia the invitation were JEUaa beth Hhn Ada .Tracy, Kuth Smith, Elizabeth and Frances Nelson, Anna Hay Golnes, James Lee Coins, and Veraard Rapard. Delicious refreah- Hie Daily Register; Richmon d. Madisoa Couatyy Kentucky Monday Af...

Publication Title: Richmond Daily Register
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