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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond daily register. — 3 March 1919

The Da3y Register. Richmond MacKson County KdituckyMonday Afternoon, March 3 , 1919 EATS HEARTY , . MEAL OF MEAT . - ' AND POTATOES Appetite and Strength Re turns to Lexington Man Since Takin? Meritone I eat a hearty meal of meat and potatoes and really enjoy it. since takinir Meritone," said Joe Piper, f 156 East Thin! street, Lexington. "I had no appetite and could hard ily eat anything. As a result I thus jbepan losin? my strength. "My strength kept going down and lown and I finally got so weak that it i tired me out to walk any distance." Helped by Meritone "Finally I began taking Meritone, and am now on my fourth bottle and . I can honestly say that Meritone has helped me. "I really get hungry now and er joy a hearty meal of meat and potatoes. My strength has rapidly returned end I feel much better in every way. , , "Meritone is a pood medicine ar.;' I feel that I can recommend it." Meritone is the new tonic of veal merit that many people are taking to build up a weakened and r...

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. — 4 March 1919

Sludged print THE WEATHER Threatening' weather ; with rain; changing r to snow Wednesday and probably 'late tonight. '.Colder in west portion tonight. Colder Wednesday, i Established 1865 53d Ycai No. 79 Richmond, Madison County, Kentucky, Tuesday Afternoon, March 4, 1919 Single Copy Five Ce:. Wmmmm (fx .IMPORTANT MEASURES KILLED BY SHERMAN Republican Leader Filibusters In Sen ate and Money To Handle Rail roads Is Denied Government (By Associated Press), Washington, March 4 With a re publican filibuster out of control and the President reiterating his deter mination not to call an extra session before his return from France, Con gress went into the final hours of the long war session today. . Senator Sherman in the Senate be- fan a speech which he declared would continue until adjournment to kill the general deficiency bill with $750,000, 000 for the railroad administration, without which, some administration leaders said, the railroads will be al- mpst immediately returned to priva...

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. — 4 March 1919

1 The Da3y Register. RichmonA Madison County, KentuckyTuesday Afternoon, March 4, 1919 r i s - i i WOMEN FROM NORTH, SOUTH, EAST, WEST Recommend Lydia L Pinkham's Vegetable Compound as a Reliable Remedy for Woman's Ills. Spokane. Wash. "I want to recom mend Lydia E. Pinkham'a Vegetable Compound for women's ailments as it helped me so much during middle ae." Mr. Mastha Connor, 1027Mansueld Avenue. Abilene, Texas." For almost a year I was unfit to do my work as I suffered so from female ills- Lydia E. Pink ham's VegetableCoropound restored my health after physicians had failed." Mrs. . Hank's "Tabloid" Plays I To A Crowded House, Rockrille, Conn. " I suffered so long from female ills 1 was blue and melan choly. Lydia EL Pinkham's Vegetable Compound restored my health after everything else had failed. 'MART Wntz, S Chamberlain St. Oakland. CaL " Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound gave me such relief during Change of Life, I wish vrv woman could know about it. I oreiv r raise this gr...

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. — 4 March 1919

The Daily Register; Richmond, Madison County, Kentucky Tuesday Afternoon. March 4. 1Q?9 ( r Order a Ton GORDON'S Quick Burning and avoid March Winds and Chills (7 weight guaranteed by dry Males vVs rjiu'nd, of Long I' , VfMrre laid for fecial and Pcmsd Six O'clock Dinner. Mrs. C A. Taylor was hostess to a six o'clock dinner Friday evening in eomrtpe&t to Lieut. T. Noland, c 'r -Cnd. of Lon Beach. CaL Mr. and Mrs. whfiss Annie Bnrfin Taylor, of county, Miss Christine oauolin, and Miss Marietta Hackett. Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Dykes hare re tamed from Charleston, S. CL, and have leased an apartment in Irvine. Mr. John A. Young left Saturday for a visit to friends in Charleston, West Virginia. Delightful Spend the Day. Mrs. John Willoughby, of College 5 Hill, was hostess to a most enjoyable spend the day Sunday. Her guests included Mr. and Mrs. 'Wallace Nor- ris, and sons, Ivan and William, Mr. and Mrs. Younger Norris, Mr. and nMrs. John Win Willoughby and son, ' Deward, Miss Stella Nor...

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. — 4 March 1919

The Da3y Register. Richmon d, Madison County. Kentucky Tuesday Ahemoorrch4JQ19 Funeral of Shelby Jett, Sr. Mid he was Survived by his wife and Sldn Sufferers six sons, but in naming them, through a typographicaly error purely, omit You will nrb with relief at tba ant mafto tnartt of D. IX IX. the soothinc wamtk at Oils, klnr of oar cwtaiariB th&ak u for thm aJvicc. Fern cii.ioo. Trr D. IX D. today. W fvaraatat it- HD.ICD.IQ. Hie Lictxxici Wcxsli STOCKTON'S DRU STORE The funeral services of Shelby M. ted the name of his son, Charles H. Jett, one of the substantial and prom Jett, Sr., were held at bis late resi dence near Kirksville Tuesday morn inent farmers of this county. ing. Service were conducted by Rev. D. H. S tarns. The beautiful burial A wire received by Mrs. G. H. My service of the Masonic lodge was also used, Mr. R. R. Burnam officiating as ers, Tuesday, states that Sergeant Master. The remains were followed to the Richmond cemetery by a large concourse of surviving re...

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. — 5 March 1919

; t THE WEATHER -Fair tonight and colder Thursday; cold wave. Established 1865 53d Year -No. 80 Richmond, Madison County, Kentucky, Wednesday Afternoon, March 5, 1919 j Single Copy Five Cenls . avav - I vl - - MM IGNORANCE OF BIG WORLD CONDITIONS On Tart of Those Who Oppose League of Nations, Shocks Wilson, He Says Before Sailing For Paris New York, March 6 President Wil- son told ths American people in an address here last' night, on the eye of his return to Paris that he was going back to the peace conierence to battle with renewed vigor for the creation of a League of Nations. . "The first thing that I am going to tell them is that an overwhelming majority of the American people is in favor of the League of Nations," said the President. Speaking -after former President Taft had expounded the main features of the proposed covenant of nations, Mr. Wilson told the vast audience, which filled the Metropolitan Opera House, his opinions of opponents of the league plan In America. "No p...

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. — 5 March 1919

T r The Daily Register. Richmond Madison County, Kentucky Wednesday Afternoon March 5. 1919 u L 1 HUT CHARGE III - V;0MAN'S LIFE Mrs. Godden TeUs How It May be Passed in Safety and Comfort. Fremoot.0. "I was passing through the critical period of life, being forty - . aix years ot age uu Dad all ue symp toms incidenttothat change beat flash es, nervousness, and was in a general ran down condition, so it was bard for me to do my work. Lydia EL Pickham's Vegetable Com pound was recom mended to me as the best remedy for my troubles, which it I feel better and t. !.' Richmond Daily Register S. M. Saafley, Editor it Proprietor Entered at the portoffiee at Richmond Ky, aa second class mail matter un der Act of ingress of 1875. Heard About Town Conrtactor G. H. Myers had nine bunches of shingles stolen from the home of Mrs. Robert Miller, on Lan caster avenue, which he is remodeling after the fire. While Drummer Ben F. Hurst was on a mountain train the oiner nigni. 'at sleep in his seat,' ...

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. — 5 March 1919

IV- The Daily Register. Richmond, Madison County, Kentucky Wednesday Afternoon March 5,1919 Pictures Li:'"" -" - r. .ro . 1S and Vauijs 20c and 30c ALHAHBRA MATINEE Opera : House NIGHT, ARTHUR HAUK Presents 'CIMHM.TUC CAirCMAW" jjjthe tat performance of the muictl O Comedy Tabloid 2 "CUPID'S REVIEW" S CONSTANCE TALMADGE & . HARRISON FORD in "The Romance of Arabella' V E D N E S D A Y "Ars ben" hM five distinct lore stor ieswith the heroine the same in each. BILLY WEST a la CHARLIE CHAPLIN in "THE SCHOLAR" A. two reel comedy. Also a Weekly. THURSDAY DIG DOUBLE PROGRAM 2 Big; Features MARY PICKFORD & OWEN MOORE in "CAPRICE" A. Paramount Picture. . . "Bells! BelU! BeUs! The Bells of Sleigh Rings Forever inmy Ears!" "THE BELLS" See Henry Irving'e great masterpiece starring America's greatest character actor FRANKKEENAN 1 2Reelsv Ho Advance in Price WE ARE SHOWING . .. H? TF3 TpN Order a Ton GORDON'S Quick Burning and avoid March Winds and Chills My weights guaranteed by dty scal...

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. — 5 March 1919

The Daily Register. Richmond, Madison County, Kentucky Wednesday Afternoon March 5, 1919 Buy a GOOD Mule Or Horse For the Farm Here's an opportunity that wont come again unless there is monther war. A puperoir lot of government males and horses will be sold at the Kentucky State Fair Grounds, in Louisville, Kentucky, on Friday and Saturday, March 7 and 8. for cash or certified check to the highest bidder. Sale commences at 9 o'clock a. m. The war in over and the government has no farther use for these ani mals. They are sound, fat and in excellent condition, just the land of homes and mules Uncle Sam uses. Every animal has been worked within the last two months. Sale will be held in closed paviliion. All "necessary help given by the Quartermaster in loading adn bill- ing stock for shipment. AUXILIARY REMOUNT DEPOT No. 319. LOUISVILLE, KENTUCKY UNDER WHICH SYSTEM DO YOU. WISH to SELL YOUR CREAM The station or agency method employs a buyer on commission to boy your cream, paying yon t...

Publication Title: Richmond Daily Register
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond daily register. — 6 March 1919

V 1 IKlll(DMM(Ij)HIS' Established 1865-53d Year No. 81 Richmond, Madison County, Kentucky, Thursday Afternoon, March 6, 1919 Single Copy Five Cent3 3 a it n 8 E 3 M ASS MEETING TO :l PROTEST TAX RAISE Called To Be Held Here Satnday Fol lowing Failure To Get A Reason able Reduction. - As a result of the inability of the special committee sent to Frankfort Wednesday to .obtain anything like a reasonable reduction in the inrc eased assessment ordered upon Madison by the State Tax Commission, a mass meeting to protest against the injus tice which is being perpetrated upon the taxpayers of this county, has been called to be held in Richmond Satur day afternoon. The call for the meet ing is signed by County Judge W. F Price and County Attorney O. F. Jackson, who went to Frankfort or the committee named Ty. the Fiscal Court. , The State Tax Board refu to give a substantial reduction to increased assessment previously c Vered by it, merely reducing the raise of $4,375,000 on lands to $4,200...

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. — 6 March 1919

n s The Dally Register Richrno. d, Madison G)ttyt KentuclThursdzy Aflsrnoon. March 1 r "I 3 v. a 5' s J. . ; J 1 i 4. 1 Richmond D&Hy Register . S. M. Saafley, Editor ft Proprietor I. Entered at th poetoflee at Richmond Ky., as second claaa mall (natter ub der Act of eagreas of 1875. , RAILROAD SCHEDULES Arrhral and departure of passenger trains at Richmond, . The following: schedule figures pub lish as information and not guaran teed. . (Central Standard Time) Ar. 4:01 am AtlantaNorton Lv. 12:19 am. Ar. 12:19 am Paris Cincinnati Lv. 4:01 am. - ... Ar. 7:29 pm Cincinnati Lexing ton Mars villeLT. 6:02 am. Ar. 2:50 pm Stanford Local Lv. 7:00 am. ' -. . Ar. "6:45 am Frankfort Louis Tille Lv. 7:00 am.' . Ar. 5:22 pm Atlanta Norton Lv 12:17 pm. , Ar. 1:20 Jackson McRoberts Lt. 12:44 Pro. At. 1:25 pm Knoxville Local Lt. 12:45 pm. Ar. 12:12 Louisville Local Lv. 12:55 pm. . , Ar. 12:39 pm Frankfort Louis ville Lv. 1:80 pm. Ar. 11:43 am Lexington Cindn- Ar. 12:17 pm Lexington Cincin nati...

Publication Title: Richmond Daily Register
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond daily register. — 6 March 1919

e Daly Register.' tt J- ov ?;.ro J;: r ALHACTBRA MATINEE "MURDER WILL OUT' FRIDAY SATURDAY BRYANT WASHBURN in D!S DOUBLE PnOSnAM , Mathias own guilty conscience be came his. judge and jury. The jing ling of the sleighbells sounding for ever in his ears calling for justice 1 to be done. "- ' , See Henry living's great masterpiece ' Y "THE BELLS" starring the famous dramatic actor . 'FRANK KEENAN . 1 2 ifolsjlo Atece in Price but if you want seat come early. 12 t!irr.ira--llafc:3-light-dy . AU the world loves a hTer and she loved them, all, ' . See MADGE KENNEDY In "DAYDREAMS" g 2 Big Foaturoo The Way of a Man & Maid "IvlAKi rlLKrUKli in Pearl White in The Lightning Raid ers' No. and a 2 reel Big V comedy id "CAPRICE" , ' A Paramount' Picture. ' - -'Who is that girl standing over there? -asked Jack, the man standing beside 1 Mn. -tWhy that's yomr wifer just about ready to keel ever with sur . ,, prise. Thi is one Of; the little inci- . dents in "Caprice" the story of a girl - who ...

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. — 6 March 1919

The Dafly Register. Richmond T.dlscn County, Kentucky Thursday Afternoon, March 6,' 1919 British Want Indemnity For Lost Sailors' Families (By Associated Press) Paris, March 6 The peace confer ence commission on reparation, today that question and the method of pay ment of damages by enemy states. London dispatches quote Premier Lloyd George and the House of Com mons government leader Bonar Law, the former saying the British would first demand reparation for sea losses with indemnity for the families of lost mariners. The latter is quoted as saying the country expected to get the be.-t possible indemnities, but it is useless to hope they will wipe out the country's immense war debt. Mean while the Supreme Council's program this afternoon Includes hearing of committee reports on the peace treaty. ville, for the democratic nomination for Congress to fill the vacancy caus ed by the death of Congressman Har vey Helm. Price is at present Minis ter to Panama. '. It is not known whether he...

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. — 7 March 1919

., r J " MMM V SM Established 1 865- -53d Year No. 82 Richmond, Madison County, Kentucky, March 7, 1919 Single Cory Five Crr; & City Sells! ts Bonds at$350 Preimum J THE WEATHER Cloudy .tonight and Saturday; pro bably rain Saturday; somewhat warmer. Can't Supply Demand For Pheasants Ikee Bids Offered for $150,000. Sewer and Streets Issue with Cincinnati Houses Accept ed by Council and Citizens' Committee On their bid of par, accrued inter est to date of delivery and $359 pre mium, the firm of Weil, Roth & Com pany, of Cincinnati, was awarded the $150,000 sewer and 6treet bonds of the city of Richmond at the meeting of the City Council Thursday night. This bid was considered the best of three which were offered, the others being submitted by the National City Company of New York, and the State Bank and Trust Company of Rich mond. City collector, Jesse Dykes report ed $721.92 collected during the month. Commissioner, J. H. Allman report ed $177 spent upon the streets. Chief 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. — 7 March 1919

Fridav Afternoon, - March 7. AKOIJGTHEKOVIES LEATHER LIQUIDS OT7 PASTES For Block.Whlte.Tan and Ox-Blood (dork brown) Shoes t: -. . 1. 1 mc ip.r OALLCV CORPOATIONJ WTO. BUFFALO, M.V. i : i The Daily Register. Richmond, Madison County 1 ' J I sm umuimi -keep -m Tiaras . YOURSH025 :-gflill!i7 -Blililip m- - rn - m i i in - m - m r t t ? i j1 it l i rrr l j mi n iiii ! 11 It 1 i 1 i 1:1 ; V ! ' ! i Pi f t ' 'Hi i I MAURICE TOURMLUR. roouciK f PORTING LIFE. igiggifilB ?i Mill -J 1 1 iSrrri nRmRCR Ffllt ST0BB0RI1. COUGDS AIID COLDS Dr. Kln& New Discovery haa a fifty year record, behind It ' It boQe ft reputation onksprodue tic of positive results, oa its urcneM (a relieving the throat irritatioa of' colds, couha, grippe and braacatal attaua. -Dr. Kbtg New Uncover? WW, nr foUca wouldn't ow anytklnc lel -Taat'a tha reseral Baxioa-wide esteem la which toia areU-knowa remedy ia bdd. Its action ia prompt, its taata pleasant, its relief gratifying. Half a century of cold and coogb checking...

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. — 7 March 1919

Faded Paper t . The Daily Register. Richmond. Madison County. KentuckyFriday Afternoon, March 7, 1919 n o This great "Book of Bargains" is just off the press and we will gladly mail you a copy on re quest It contains the most won derful lot of bargains we have ever offered, each page containing articles at money-saving prices. As an example, fine quality apron gingham is offered at 10c Kr ardvPr 10 yards for $L Women's Patent lather Button Shoes, specially priced at $1.89. Why not order a pair when sending: your re quest for the "Book of Bargains"? Remember that our unconditional guarantee stands behind every item listed. Our guarantee is the founda tion of your confidence and the assurance of your complete satisfaction. Send your Order or Catalogue requett to MAIL ORDER STOICS NASHVILLE, TENN. Post-War Shoe Sale Mtr. 1 I II a" 2100 pairs of Women's Pat ent Leather Shoes, $1 89 only ... Storil. 8.V,4.4t. (BL 6.61.7.71 and 8. H4320. A Very D Me Model That Hm Found Great Favor with Hu...

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. — 7 March 1919

v if" 3 ti ;V, If- j. : 1 ' ! i 5 I ! J H - f I J a . if I F n 1 1 HI I i - J! !t V 6i id si SI C , in - ir .r t : Q Rl to - M If J '-!'. . i; s f 2 :-5 a: - i J I I :: i i it ? . J, Mi Mm 1 " i I . The Daily Register. RichrnonJ, Madison Counry, KentuckyFriday Afternoon, March 7, 1919 nifrip Y7 YT 1 1 1 AND SO IS THE mm in the following lines ushered in this month for your inspection and approval. It is the custom of furniture dealers all over the country to hold sales during the month of March. We have decided to vary, this long sale custom, and you'll find nothing but SPECIALS offered on some certain article each day for the entire month of March. Plans for our Big Specials Watch the Daily Register closely for the special which will be advertised for the following day. The day you fail to read our Special Adv. might be the day when we place a special price on some article which you need and have been considering buying. Today we are going to attempt to show you, that in spite of t...

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. — 7 March 1919

i ;. The Dafly Register. RichmonKentucky, Friday Afternoon 1919 Y a 6 ALHAr.lBRA MATINEE FRIDAY Alhznibra-Matinse- Night- only ; ' THE SCREEN'S WONDER GIRL x M S MADGE KENNEDY In "DAYDREAMS" ws. - U S? brilliant star of countless successes, VT?V. ZN.T S elimbs to greater heights than ever in Opera : House NIGHT her newest Goldwyn picture, The girl the man and a dream that came true. Smiling Bill Parsons in "THE BIG IDEA" A FORD Weekly and a HOLMES TRAVELOGUE. u SATURDAY ' BRYANT WASHBURN in The Way of a Man & Maid Girls! Girls! will you ever learn? Of course yon don't think the man's just trying to be nice to the girl. Tou know his kind! But dont worry. She can play the game, too! Don't miss this life like drama of a modern city. Pearl White in The Lightning Raid ers" No. S, and a 2 reel Big V comedy Monday, "Zarrow's FT?. IG Tuesday, Wednesday! AG (SoifUs" M P P 0 I R N C 0 D T Q A U R Y R A S E M An all new MUSICAL Comedy Tabloid Show, which played all the weei t uic aus ranue...

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. — 7 March 1919

. Kentucky Friday Afternoon. March 7, 1919 is J; Hi 1 1 ;T ! . it I. j-; ;t I. f 4 X. is 6 .: i'1 1 L1 1: r m it W i i' : V if m I f i. i. . j" VICTORY LOAN VliLL BE iSOLD TO PUBLIC JUST OTHER ISSUES WERE RUMORS THAT BANKS WERE TO BE CALLED ON TO TAKE . FIFTH LOAM CORRECTED BY SECRETARY GLASS. Satisfaction for the sweet tocth. Aid to appetite and digestion benefit and enjoyment in LASTING form. And only 5 cents a package. I Y Kept iHf-; Flavor L Here, There, Everywhere j . In Menifee county the third well on ike Alexaruler farm belonging to W , , O. Cack ani associates has come in Amusements have been made through Prof. Taylor, of Berea Col- The Wood Oil Company8 initial test !ei;e, In .erur.ns Urv. 7:ayi.i,r.d, cT on the James Ledford is showing up DnvLIyr.. N. Y.. to f.!l Vt? pv.lpit it Tor a nice welL The Menifee Drilling the first Presbyterian church Sunday Company operating for California mornin in the absence of Rev. Tel- parties on the Yale Lumber Coro- ford. pony's 3,000 acr...

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. — 7 March 1919

The Daily Register, Richmond Madison County, Friday Afternoon, M' 1 I 1 1 i tr , f ?KICE rOB pASTURAGE Stockmen In Kansas Pay $16 a Head for Choice Grazing Land - " -5 r; In That State.' Eldorado, Kan. With stockmen bo tfmrlngr to compete for pasture here, the record price of $18 a head has been paid by J. 'XL Liggett of Rozalla fdr choice grazing land. The general price Is from $10' to $15 per head. Much of the eastern part of Butler county land Is under contract for the next season. Not many cattle are being wintered aere. but many high-grade beef cattle will be brought from the Texas Pan I handle next spring, cattle men aay. HAPPILY REUNITED UATIIULIU UAH , Weekly Health Talks TO RECONSTRUCT Where Most Sickness Begins 1 and Ends BY FRANKLIN DUANE, H. D. ' It can be said broadly that most human ills begin in the stomach and end in the stomach. Good digestion means good health, and poor digestion means bad health. The minute your stomacn uius u properly dispose of the food you eat,...

Publication Title: Richmond Daily Register
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