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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond daily register. — 7 March 1919

The Dailv Reeister. Richmond, Madison County, Kentucky Friday Afternoon, March 7, 1919 GET SLOAU'S FOR YOUR PAW RELIEF You don't have to rub it la to get quick, comfort ing relief Once youVe tried It on that stiff Joint, sore muscle, sciatic pain, rheu matic twinge, lame back, you 11 find a warm, soothing relief you never thought a liniment could produce. Won't tain the skin, leaves no nun,' wastes no time in applying, sure to give quick results. A large bottle means economy. Your own or any ether druggist has St. Get it today. LP IV Mc. 60c, SLlt. Classified Ads jj Automobiles Accessories RING 428 when in titrable and our "trouble man" will be with you in a few minutes. Central Service Sta tionjnc. 76 4w ORDER your motorcycle dian, Harley-Davldson, Excelsior, Reading, Standard, new and second hand. Bicycles Repairs. Chas. Buraam 703 Main street. LOST OR FOUND LOST Two handsome waists; re ward if returned to this office. 76 FOR SALE FOR SALE A practically new BrinkerhoJ Piano with m...

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. — 8 March 1919

10 t " .mm. w km. u Richmond, Madison County, Kentucky, Saturday Afternoon, March 8, 191. Single Copy Five Ccr. I Re: 3U tta ION SERVICE HERE j SUNDAY EVENING W Hold At First Christian Church Discuss Church Community Welfare League and Alias hie churches of Richmond will hold jmion service at the First Christian knch Sunday night at 7:30 o'clock, which the work and purposes of the torch Community "Welfare League 1 be discussed. Dr. R. L. Telford fc given the Daily Register the fol- king concerning its work and alms, ich will explain much and be read t.h interest: To Keep Children Out of Heaven. t is a new, and seemingly strange inge crusade for the church to en upon to keep the children out of But this is one of the objects Church Community 'Welfare Vcently organized by the pas- Schmond and fellow-workers 4 J4nission of the church is cer- jiot to get children into heaven. V many of them are going there Statistics show that 300,000 child- li under a year of age die annually the Unite...

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. — 8 March 1919

The Daily Register.. RicKmou J, Madison County, Kentucky Saturday Afternoon, March 8,1919 TRADE MARK, r The City of GOODRICH Akron. Ohio Women Were Just ayssmmasBBssmmBBemai aaaMHi - Going to Vote In the last days of Pompeii; when Ve suvius blew up, and spoiled everything; : . . ' It's a wise thing, for . - ladies and gentle mento be safe guarded against blow ups and blow, oats, especially when spinning along a country road. And the best pro tection against blow outs is Goodrich Silvertown Cord Tires, those hand some, powerful tires, you see on most smart cars The tires with the Twin Red 'Dia monds on the si dew all. Silvertown's cable cord body is immune to ordinary puncture . Silvertown Cords also give a special ease, elegance, and econ omy, unmatched by other tires, and ren der the full Serv ice Value of all Goodrich Tires. Buy Goodrich Tires from a Dealer ilLVERTOll CORD TIRES 7 D PPT III TUT l i utiJi in int fji vm i v i n m m n fT l I r7T - IVN1 k . Pvs 1 1 A (V ! Waco J Mr. a...

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. — 8 March 1919

5i ' ,5 The Daily Register. Richmon Saturday Afternoon; March 8 i, 1919 ALHACIBRA MATINEE , ..FEATURING RALPH SMITH and EDDIE ft ... LOOP " supported hy a cast ' of professional players, with ' a singing chorus., pre senting Miniature comedies of . the better class.' 'In iV. " -. First Bill "Zig Zag Inn" intersper ced with vaudeville specialties, special scenery, pretty costumes, late musical "The Way of a Man & Maid' GirUt Girls I will yH ever learn? Q. course youAmt think the man's just irjjng-ie be nice te the girl. You know his kind! But dont worry. She can pUy the same, too! Dont miss this life like drams of s modern city. Tear! White m "The Lightning Raid M P P 0 tR N C 0 D T Q A U R I An all new MUSICAL Comedy Tabloid Show, which played all the week uat the Ada Meade Theatre with pack ed houses. . . i i .sn: ly. 'i ' H'f - . - -. A superb comedy with a military at? Artcraf Pictures present u nosphere; jT; S. I i ... , !. ... SHIRLEY MASON and "THE IRON TEST" No. 10 ERNEST...

Publication Title: Richmond Daily Register
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond daily register. — 8 March 1919

( - 1 ; a .1 -f 'i". i 1 i r: i i 1, if n : i :l H J" s- .a. J if-? I i ' t S3 i I i:. 'I: i ; -.- ; ; f- V, e i if ; jo ! S M f s f If- . 3 -V ,1 1! " '-: it 0 li lt a Perplexing Question?) lo many ladies when it cornea to millinery-uying time. It is a per plexing question as to the proper hat to buy. We reduce this perplexity to a minimum. Owing' to the fact that our stock is large and varied, we can suit every individual taste. We are exclusive agents for Fik and Gage 'Hats. Your inspection requested at our second display Saturday, March 15th. RICHMOND MILLINERY CO. f ri sat moa PONT forget Baxter and Whitlock 1 Garage Fries reasonable. 5 tf The Home of "Vatican," "Bermuda-Giri", at Public Aunctiosn WEL KHAR. I will offer for sale for James J. Neale, this fine farm of two hundred and two and one-half acres, situated on the Lexington pike, (Dixie Highway), about one and one-half miles from the city limits of Richmond, Madison county, Ky. This farm is known all over the United Stat...

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. — 10 March 1919

1, established 1865 53d Year No. 84 Richmond, Madison County, Kentucky, Monday Afternoon, March 10, 1919 Single Copy five Cc:: f LOVED ONES PAY TRIBUTE AT BIER Romains of Mr. Dorie Letcher Hersh U r and Babe Are' Laid To Best In Richmond Cemetery Sunday The mortal remains of Mrs. Dovie Ix-tchcr Hershler, wife of Capt Fred W. Hershler, were brought, back to her old home in Richmond Sunday and laid to rest beside loved ones in Rich mond cemetery. Dean Massie, ' of Lexington, conducted the services at the grave. About a dozen cars full of friends and loved ones came from Lexington accompanied ' the remains here, and witnessed the last rites. A friend here, who knew her well, wrote this about her today: Death is always accompanied by sorrow for those who are near the one passing, whether it be in the old age hen it may be expected, or in child hood where it is most common, but it iJ saddest when it comes from the jeath of a young mother in the full Jush of her usefulness. " ' . . Such a...

Publication Title: Richmond Daily Register
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond daily register. — 10 March 1919

.- - : i Hie Daily Register. Richmcsd. Madison County. Kentucky Monday Afternoon, March 10. 1919 t i .' H ! 7 .f ' i. ?. . : v" ? - 1 f ' 1 t i ' t ii T )' f i" r t 1 i 1- i Hi ; :. 1 i 3 v - "I ADVISE EVERY SICK WOMAN To Try Lydia E. PInLham'c Vegetable Compound." " I advise every wagering woman to Pinkham Vegetable Compound lor it baa done m to much good. I had female weakness, inflamma tion, pains in my aide and painful periods. I suffered for six years and tried many remedies without benefit The doctor said I most have an opera tioo. 1 read about Lydia E. Pinkham's egeta&le uompouna in u newspapers, and since taking it I am cored and have a nice baby four months old. 1 feel like a Dew woman, and hay recommended yonr medicine to ray friends. I would be glad to hare everybody know what your medicine did for me, and if any write to me I will answer all letters. Mrs. Uamx Caxxgcbb, 317 Sooth Main Herkimer, N.Y. Every woman at some period or other in her life may suffer from just...

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. — 10 March 1919

G rrir.t Sl.ovin Tl.ro rh The Daily Register. RichmorjJ.!onchy Afternoon, March 1 0, 1919 t -" I - - fir. j 111 AiLaQltojriuam j A Romantic Drama by Booth Tarkington - Admission 35c - 8 o'clock p. m. K ARE YOU ON GOOD TERMS WITH THE C00K.T CLEAN COAL GORDON Soda sad Pmocol Calendar. Monday at 2:30, the Boonesboro chapter D. A. B, will meet with Mrs. Mary Bates Miller. Tuesday afternoon at 2 o'clock, the Pirate Bridge will me with Mrs. A. R. Denny. ti&n church Sunday School, will be held in the lecture room. Wednesday afternoon at 2:30, the Cecilian Club will meet with Mrs. G. W. Pickela. ' Wednesday evening at 7:30, Dr. B W. Spfflman, of Nashville, will peach at the First Baptfct Mi Friday afternoon at 2:30. the Mis sionary Society of the Baptist church, wil meet with -Mrs. D. 8. Harber New Broadway. Friday afternoon at S o'clock, the Missionary Society of the First Pres byterian church, will meet with Mrs. Waller Enett The annual election of officers' will be held and all membe...

Publication Title: Richmond Daily Register
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond daily register. — 10 March 1919

V' 1 ;! li;:- 2 f . ; If H Vk . ft. lit if (Ui l! 1 i fr i ..- 1$ h M" '..iV 1; .V ! f., V. . ill : ! K 0 i AT J 1 1 I? TiieDRegister. Richmond, j.Ia&oa County, Restock? Monday Afternoon, March 10, 1919 Don't Let Catarrh Drag m9 a m You into Consumption AtaM Its Dancrerons Stage. There is a more serious stage of Catarrh than the annoyance caused by the etopped-up air passages, and the hawking and spitting and other iitastef ul features. The real danger comes from the tendency of the disease to continue its course downward until the lungs ' Kmrnu offr-tp nnA then dreaded consumption is on your path. Your own experience has taught you that ' me cLt cannot le cured by sprays, Inhalers, atomizers, jeuies and other local applications. S. S. S. has proven a most satisfac tory remedy for Catarrh because it goes -direct to Its source, and re moves the germs of the disease from the blood. Get a bottle from your druggist today, and begin the only" logical treatment that gives real re sult...

Publication Title: Richmond Daily Register
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond daily register. — 11 March 1919

Established 1865 53d Yeai No 85 Richinond, Madison County, Kentucky, ,Tuesday. Afternoon, March 11, 1919 Single Copy Five Cc V I RESOLUTION DENOUNCES MILITANT SUFFRAGISTS While Another Before Equal' Rights Convention At Louisville Gives Praise To Wilson.' - (By Associated Press) Louisville, March 11 A resolution introduced today at the pwmml con vention of the Kentucky Equal Rights Association denonuces the attitude of the militant suffragists as "fatuous, unwomanly and reprehensible." It is expected to precipitate a fight before adoption. . A second resolution praises Presi dent Wilson "for his unswerving loy alty to the cause of enfranchisement of women" and for bringing the na tion safely through war. " The "Jubilee Convention of Suffrag ists will be held at St. Louis March 24 to 20, to celebrate the 60th annl-H I versary of the granting ' of woman f suffrage by Wyoming and to pay tri bute to the states which have confer red presidential suffrage on women during the present year....

Publication Title: Richmond Daily Register
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond daily register. — 11 March 1919

: ! The Daily Register. Richmond, Madison County, KentuctyTuesday Afternoon, March 1 1 , 1919 ACHES AIID PADS Richmond Daily Register QUICKLY RELIEVED 3. M. Saufley, Editor ft Proprietor Eatered at the peetoffiee at Richmond Ky. as second class mail matter un der Act of ongress of 1875, TouH find Sloan liniment softens the severe rheumatic ache To Put In Another ' ' ; . Week Helping Boys , Major Stone Morman who has been ,1 ' Put It oa freely. Don't rnb ft la. Just let it penetrate naturally. What ease of toothing relief soon follows! External aches, stiffness, soreness Cramped muscles, strained sinews, bacx "cricks" those ailments can't fight ' off the relieving 'qualities of Swan's Liniment. Clean, convenient. fconorpicai. ask any druggist tor tt. SSc, 69c, UX PROFESSIONAL AND BUSINESS CARDS. JAF.IES H. PEARSON SEAL ESTATE and LIVE STOCK , " " AUCTIONEER. Evcay 8ala Specialty. Satbf aetiosi Guaranteed. . RICHMOND, KY. PHONE 82. NOTICE TO THE PUBLIC If yoa are going te have- a sale...

Publication Title: Richmond Daily Register
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond daily register. — 11 March 1919

; The Daily Register. Richmond, Madison County KentuctyTuesday Afternoon, March 1 I, 1919 ACHES Alfl) PAHS QUICKLY RELffiVED Richmond Daily Register i M. Sanfley, Editor ft Preprktor Eatered at the peetoffiee at Richmond Ky, as second class mall matter un der Act of eagreaa of .1875, i :; TonH find Sloan's Liniment softens the eerere - rheumatic ache - '- I To Put In Another - Week Helping Boys . Major Stone Morman who has been t : i - . ' 1 - ' - t;i i: p f r: - U1 : : 1? (J! 1 t; i ! ! f - ,5? I ' Put it oa freely. Don't raft It In. Jmtlet it penetrat naturally. What a sense of soothing relief soon follows! External aches,- stiffness, soreness, cramped, muscles, strained sinews, bade "cricks" these ailments can't fight off "the relieving-rqualities of Slben'a liniment. Clean, convenient, economical. ' Ask say druggist for it. S3e, Oe, fLZX PROFESSIONAL AND BUSINESS CARDS. IAMES H. PEARSON BEAL ESTATE sad LITE STOCK " AUCTIONEER. Evesy Ssls a Specialty. SattsfaeH tVtaaraateed. . RI...

Publication Title: Richmond Daily Register
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Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond daily register. — 11 March 1919

The Daily Register. Richmond. Madison County, Kentucky Tuesday Afternoon, March 11,1919 if T0NTGHT TOIflGHT Tuesday ' i,. , - WEDNESDAY - THURSDAY ZARltOW'S ZIG ZAG GIRLS V NORMA. TALMADGE : with THOS. KIEIGHAN in "The HEART OF WETONA" Billy West a la Charfie Chaplin - "THE MESSENGER' and a Current Event Weekly. .MATINEE ZARROWS ZIG ZAG TOWN ',' GIRLS A-:. AMerry, musical tabloid show toll of pretty girls, pretty costumes and food - dean comedy. Come and bring the family. ' ,; " '' ;. 1 - ' ?r:' ; ' Doable Feature Program 2 Features MARGUERITE CLARK in "THE' GOOSE GIRL" KIRS. VERNON CASTLE in The Best in Pictures 15c and 20c "War Tax Added :: Opera : House ' NIGHT , ;- Vaudeville and Pictures 25 and 50c Maurice Tonrnenr r "SPORTiNG UFEW , ; . .The Arteratt-Paiawmnt special ( production you've been waiting to sea. A two reel Flagg eoimedy'Tiuiependj ence lPGosa" and a Hearst Weekly. ; THE GIRL FROM BOHEMIA War Tax Included ' ,:. and a Paramount Pictograph. mi mi P ABE YOU ON GOOD TER...

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. — 11 March 1919

Hie Daily Register. Ricbnoad. Madison County, KenbTuesday Afternoon. f.Lirch 1 1. 1919 v n May Consolidate i.TiUer lit L' U 1 1 in i it; ri Hi 1 1 ii 5r is . If; -V. I 1 1. , '-'St s f : r i 1 ) i Special Wednesdayr.1arch 12th of ROCKING CHAIRS ' Porch Rockers, maple finish, rattan cane seat and back 52, $2.50, $3, $3.50, $4, $4.50. Mahogany Rockers they are beauties $4, $4.50, $C.5C, $7.50, $11, $12.50; Golden Oak Rockers they have the wearing qualities $3.75,$4.50, $5, $5.50, $6, $7.50, $9, $11, $12. Fibre Chairs something worth the money $5, $7.50 and 9. WELWORTH, the blouse of guar anteed satisfaction, the utmost in style and value at the price. Wirth mor, the waist correctly styled, de anteed satisfaction, the. utmost in style and value at the price. Wirth pendably made, perfect fitting. There is always a saving on Welworth and Wirthmor waists, as a result of many economies of the unique plan under which they are made and sold. They can be sold in just one good store in every c...

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. — 11 March 1919

- 3 The Daily Register. Ricbrxad, Madison Cotaty, RentawkyTussclay Afternoon, March 11, 1919 May. Consolidate F.HIler .Y. ctx- I f i: .' ;r: 1--X- " -:v.' Hi?:. 1 Is . i, ill iff it it v f ft X f ' 7 i r - 4 i i A 0 Special WednesdaygMarch 12th of ROCKING CHAIRS ' Porch Rockers, maple finish, rattan cane seat and back S2, $2.50, $3, $3.50, $4, $4.50. Mahogany Rockers they are beauties $4, $4.50, $3.5G, $7.50, $11, $12.50; Golden Oak Rockers they have the wearing qualities $3.75,$4.50, $5, $5.50, $6, $7.50, $9, $11, $12. Fibre Chairs something worth the money- $5, $7.50 and 9. ' County Superintendent: joi JScEqoIs Ben 'F. Edwards and-Division Chair men "Wlpiffayaen and A. J.' Million go to Valley .View and , Miller schools tomorrow where ; they will look into plans for a consolidation of the-two schools. They 'are within three-quar ters of a mile of each other, it is said, 1 and a much better school can be ob- I 4-nfMAJ V Zl! Al M i ) wuiicu uy mining uje lorces ox eacn. The ; county...

Publication Title: Richmond Daily Register
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Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond daily register. — 12 March 1919

m Vtabiished 1 865- 53d Year Nd. 86 Ricnmond, Madison County. Kentucky, Wednesday Aften ' oon, March' 12, 1919 - Single Copy Five Cc- IGGESTS SUPERVISORS T IK EFUSE TO MAKE RAISE bard Meets To Take Action Ota State Commission's Demand For More Taxes From Madison County Perhaps the most disagreeable' pub- duty that-emyman or set of men td to do confronts the Board of Su fcrvisors of Madison county who are ssion this week. They have been dered by the State Tax Commission impose a raise of over $4,000,000 ti Madison county lands and person- ty, and of course, will endeavor to stribute .it in the most equitable ethod possible. . Eight good men, familiar with val- s, have been named on the board hid they are meeting each day in the j ounty Tax Commissioners' office ith W. W. Adams, acting as Deputy louniy Clerk, and giving them much Vjgble assistance. The members of ;aard of supervisors are: Riclynond, District" No.vl W. riggs. : ' - " - : '' Richmond. District . No. 2-r-R, T. C. rewer. ...

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. — 12 March 1919

The Dafly Register. Richmond. Madison County, Kentucky Wednesday Afternoon, March 12, 1.919 , v. !V vt 31i . I- 'I HER DAUGHTER WAS SAVED FROM OPERATION Mrs. Wells of Petersburg Tells How. Richmond Daily Register S. M. Saufley, Editor . Proprietor Petersburg, Va.-"For two Tears my daughter offered from a weakness SOU ptUllD Ul UCI right side; attunes she was so bad she could not do any work. For two years she was at tended by the best physicianshere, and Both agreed - that she would have to be operated on. I suggested Lydia E. Pink ham' s Vegeta ble Compound, and at first she refused to take it, bat finally consented. From the very beginning it helped her, and now she is entirely well, and telling everybody how much good it has done her'-Mrs. W. D. WELLS, 226 North Adams Street, Petersburg, Va. - If every girl who Buffers as Miss WgOb did, or from irregularities, painful periods, backache, side ache, dragging ' down pains, inflammation or ulceration would only give this famous root ...

Publication Title: Richmond Daily Register
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond daily register. — 12 March 1919

o If ALHAUDHA THURSDAY GERAJuDlNE FARUR in ZARROW'S ZIG ZAG GIRLS NORMA TALMADGE with THOS. MEIGHAN in The HEART OF WETONA" BiHy West a la Charlie Chaplin LOOKI LOOK! MATINEE : The Best in Pictures 15c and 20e War Tax Added Opera : House NIGHT Vaudeville and Pictures 25c and 50c ': yy Double Feature Program 2 Features Ladies Day Two ladies ad- MARGUERITE CLARK m mfced for one admission, plus fncDGMnvSEr?Si'r r. war tax. In other words two "SHADOWS" BILL PARSONS' in "SAY, WH7CT A ROMANCE OF BOHERflA ha,es admitted for 22 cents. 1)0 Y0U mean? 12 BIG KEELS NO ADVANCE IN A knnff vai ' - and a Holmes "THE MESSENGER ; wum. uiiu vui uinnu - ii ,.' nil : r n - . - i ww " iu inciwiea - . . m & m i How many of your neighbors Burn GORDON'S CLEAN COAL Weight Guaranteed oyer City Scales There most be a reason; why not ask them? F. H. GORDON AB Kinds of Feeds . , " Phone 28 V. Social and Persnoal ; D. A. R. Meeting. The D. A. R. had a very interesting meeting Monday afternoon with Mrs. Mary B...

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. — 12 March 1919

The Daily Register . Richmond, Madison County, Kentucky Vednesday Afternoca, March 12, 1919 f. ft ft ii Why Itch and SsraEda 6 With H? -) Genuine Relief If You Resort to Sand and Sensible Treatment DM nnm aumlllAII Kltmft. mere is jg q orstandin? of Eczema and the va- - rious other forms of skin eruptions und irritations that eause so much , pain and discomfort. Because the surface of the skin is the scene of the attack, and seems almost ablaze with fiery, burning and itching, these disorders are mis-named skin diseases. " The truth is that they are not really skin diseases, and that is "why nothing but disappointment follows their treatment with salves and lotions applied to the surface jot the skin. - - These irritations, eruptions, boils, pimples, etc., are caused by a dis ease germ in the blood, which' breaks out through the skis, and as long as the germ is in the blood, no cure can come from ointments and lotions, even if you apply them to the surface by the ton. The rational 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. — 13 March 1919

Smudged print Hi KG I MlemMODK id BTEB. established 1865 53d Yeai No. 87 1 r-- Madison County, Kentucky, Thursday Afternoon, March 13, 1919 mcninona, Single Copy Five Ct LEAGUE OF NATIONS Suffrage Convention at Louisville Ap proves President's Plan Mrs. Breckinridge Elected President Local suffragists are interested in the election of officers at the conven tion at Louisville. Mrs. Desha Breck inrigde, of Lexington, was elected president of the Kentucky Equal Rights Association for the ensuing year , her second time to fill the of fice. Other officers chosen are: Mrs. John Glover South, of Frank fort, the first vice president. Mrs. Samuel Castleman, of Louis ville, Becond vice president. Mrs. Herbert Mengel, of Louisville, corresponding secretary. Mrs. Charles Firth, of Covington, rding secretary. S'J. B.. Judah, of Louisville, Treasurer. - - . Miss Laura B. Clay was nominaed fr several offices but declined to al low her name to be placed in nomina tion, because she was not a suppor...

Publication Title: Richmond Daily Register
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