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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond daily register. — 18 March 1919

The Dally Register. RicKmond, Madison County, Kft!ucKyTuescUy Afreffiooh, March; 1 8, 1919 -. i I V it ? l ; i t-' f ; I; I: ';: : : : -v I v - -: - W . . . . - L r ' it' i I v 3 f IVf-f N'?. Hi ft . f.; ' -fv ' 'W- : ' is ! I i ' 7r if -t. ..7 ' ? - fl i iV :.. . ' . i0 n We Treat You White On A Black Proposition Wilton Jellico Coal i L. . , i . . . Corner Main and B Streets '.Telephone .85 DR. j.W.rJeber Chiropodist FOOT DOCTOR s J Special attention given to all troubles of the feet. Office I Oldham Building across I from Doctor Boggs, dentist. Monday & Thursday PROFESSIONAL AND BUSINESS CARDS. ' 1 AMES H . PEARSON BEAL ESTATE and LIVE STOCK AUCTIONEER. Every 81 Specialty. Satlafartioa Guaranteed. RICHMOND, KY. PHONE 820. - job Walker.GenT Auctioneer jEUIes Held Anrwhere And Will Sell Anythin g Veterinary Work in All IU Branchea An kinds of VeW ckc For Sale SUble Phone 593 Residence Phone 689. f-6ia RICHMOND. KY. DR. R. M. PHELPS geddewe S16 W. Main Phone 864 PHYSICIAN and SUR...

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. — 18 March 1919

5 Smudged prln Hie Daily Register. RicrmioRcf, MacSsori County, Kentucky Tuesday Afternoon, March 1 8, 1 9 19 5 ARTHUR HAUK PRESENTS LITTLE WOMEN" WEDNESDAY A. HAUK PRESENTS "THE BON BON REVUE" Better than ever. Don't miss it. i CLARA KIMBALL YOUNG with Anna Neitson and Jack Holt in "CHEATING CHEATERS" from the famous play. '-i' BILLY WEST in .. ' "STRAIGHT and NARROW" ' " . ' - and a weekly. - " Gi wuivg tuc dam rni rTMMTT7 A 7-30 Pr.OMPT " ' 'D"--"vhi ivlt uij ,-;.TThe play you've been waiting to see. RES AN") VAUDEVILLE The most tablok I- 5 2 reel Sennett Comedy "Hide and nission 20 and SO cents - Tave.ever had.. - Paramount Pictures" MBRA. PICTURES ONLY.' "Present . -.--V- OSeek Detective" and a Hearst weekly. Double Show FECIAL!!! UlSDAY Louise Huff and Creighton Hale io "THE OLD HOMESTEAD" I .-if f- tloAdvancin Price Reels 12 but Corae Early nee T.ILDRED HARRIS in a picture tfca whole family wants to see A Jewel Production, for 'ApHusbands rUl Only" low many of your neighbors ...

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. — 18 March 1919

5? i The Daily Ifcsisier. Richmoncj Madison Coimty.Tventuky Tuesday Afternoon, March 1 8, 1919 Paint Lick. Stephen Todd, one of . our soldier boys is back home. His many friends and parents are glad to have him home again.--'-- - j--!-.---' Gilbert Wilson, who has so badly wounded in France, by a hand grenade is at home with his father and mother for a leave of absence of 30 days Our school opened Monday , with about 150 enrolled. R. N. Beasley has bought a Chevro let roadster and Woods and Foley a-riaaaiKitn" Hovj M a nj off 30 u r h e ig h bors r at, : p. For AH Live Stock EASY TO USE EFFICIENT ECONOMICAL A Sanitary Protection Against Contagious Diseases Kills Lice, Ticks, Fleas. For Mange, 8hep Scab and Othaf ' common aldn trouble. Drives away Flies. Kreao Dip No, 1 In original package Weight guaranteed over City Scales YOU KNOW OF SOME WHY NOT ASK THEM WHY? V t. H. GORDON have several new cars now ready for the spring trade. Mrs. W. F. Park has gone to the "city to purchase her ...

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. — 19 March 1919

critic i shop aic 16c; to vance , Aiwa' any Manag' 1 nd I st Iperat: on :2m' .. the fc! xd . bull orn dec gra y-b:d. i .- ' - I I II Establshed 1 55 53d Yesi-No. 92 fcaimonoV Madison Goatyy Xentutky, Wett Ajfternoon, March 1 9, 1 919 1 - ; Single Copy Five Cer.ts MAKING PLANS FOR )t , f: - lilU GATHERING 1 1 . ... j mobilization Conference. On. Anril and 9th Will Be Addressed ' ' By Prominent Speakers y ' ,Tne Madison 'county .conference to consider war problems will be held on Lpril 8th and 9th, under the auspices the Church Community ;:. Welfare ague, -which wag recently organized Richmond. Prominent speakers L be heard and important, measures uttlssed in this: conference. , - ' It is expected that each community roughout Madison county) wm be f rvresentea in tms conference so that V plans and suggestions of the con fidence may be carried" out in each lunity. .. Every church, Sunday 1, high school and greded school. ormal School and Berea College expected to send representa AIso a...

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. — 19 March 1919

iv "v j-V. I 3 iSCtore-d Spots on Paper Sludged prln TV fe3? Register. ffefrwonct flaclsoa Cyiny Afettlarch; 19, 1919 'V..- ?l - I i i ? !' -i' if-' f l- ' -Mr "J- I1H in ' i I If 'II : si J r t 1 ""!? :. . T .- t i 5 ' i I Black Proposition - Jk - v ., " W W.J- lilt An Inllmn A WillUII JCIIIbU Corner Main and B Streets ; Telephone ; 85 Richmond Daily Register . 8. M. Sanfiey, Editor & Proprietor Eatered at the postoffice at Richmond Xy as second class mail matter un der Act of ongreu of 1875. - A rather healthy looking boom for "Dick" Williams, of Covington, bat formerly of our neghbor Rockcastle -county, for the democratic nomination for governor has been started by some very influential democrats. .There isn't a finer fellow in the world, nor one better qualified to inake the, kind of governor that Kentucky.would.be proud of than Judge Williams. ,In"ci dentially we-notice that' . Lieut.' CoU Denhardt, of Bowling. Green, who has been decorated three, times for brav ery in Fran...

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. — 19 March 1919

The Rter: Ri . 1 . . ... ' - 'v t'' ; 1 How iany of your ne&bors lira ON'skEAN COAL Guarantee! over City Scales be a reason: whv fit ask them t H. GORDON? All Krnos oi reeds Phone 28 with Yat Priv. f.- r iial and Person mDrv - . T I l fed announcements oi we Judge J. T. Embry, (f i Oregon, formerly of tW s Anna Bridge, of Ohicajj. Embry is a brother of Mrs. w xf.!this city, and the Mwni? I lvo, ad has a host rl n are deeply iaJ 4-1. A Wt ivent and extend ' . .he happy coupla. won,; theiin - -Ji inber of relative in' the day was a in .! 'cr one for all fortunaU f r.ei-j' present Among tho.4t 'll J the invitation were Ptit J. I 1 For : V. D. OLDHAM'S ' ? DAILY 3PECIAL omorrow Srjeual (Thursday) pa-s Ladies Pure Thread te Ilk Hose, $2j value ' PECIALW SmiUiAand iMri.Sjnitb :and.4J4is3 Smith. Prof. L H. Bopthe, and family, Mr. D. B. McKinney and family, Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Suit, v Mr. John M. Park and family, Mr. Walter Park and family, Mr. and Mrs Joe, Simp son, Mr. Carl Park and fa...

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. — 19 March 1919

Sxudgefi print .... Hie DaOv Register. Richmond. MacKsdn Giju.Kiratu ,4 f : Is Your Blood Poor? If it is, You Need Vinol - . Anaemic, run-down, nervous, devitalized conditions result from poor or thin blood.: A glance at the formula of Vinol, printed on the label,? will show that it contains the very ingredients necessary to make good blood. .. It soon creates a healthy appe tite, improves digestion, and helps you to get full benefit from your daily food, and builds you up. Drewrolle, N. H. ' My daughter wu anaamic, bad poor blood and suffered from indiges tion and bilious attacks. As Vinol helped my son, I gave it to my daughter she soon improved in health, and it has built her up and re stored her health Mrs. N. BurnelL Vor an rim-down, nenna. anawmle conditions, -nk iroi t feeble old people and delieate calldven, there la bo remedy like Vinol. Bradford, Pa. :v "I hays used Vinol for impover ished blood. I was broken out with a rash and run down so it was hard for me to keep about...

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. — 20 March 1919

! !!! ' 1 1 "'r 1 . - , . 1 Established 1865 53d Yeai No. 93 Richmond. Madison County, Kentucky, Thursday Afternoon, March 20, 1919 Single Copy Five Cenis I 1 TWICE WOUNDED AND GASSED BY GERMANS vate Wm. B. Yates Cornea Home From War With Honorable Scars and Tells of His Experiences. Private Wm. B. Yates, of the Medi cal Department of the 12th Field Ar tillery, twice gassed and twice wound ed fighting against the Huns in France, has returned home on fur lough from Camp Dix, N. J., and is with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Collins Yates, at their home in the county. Private Yates had wonderful experi ences on the" other side, ana played a glorious part in the battle for freedom of the world." He is being given the heartiest sort of - greeting and wel- me Jome by his host of friends. He alls an intersting story of his exper- e&fcH'ialking for the Daily Regis- terjr said: "1 have been asked to give the Daily Register my experience -while on the front, but If I were to do so in full it ...

Publication Title: Richmond Daily Register
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond daily register. — 20 March 1919

The Dafly Register. RIcKmonA feSson,Coaty. fvcatuclcyThiirsciay Altemo6n f larch 20; W9 4 . - Ml : : I i.; I i ; it i 1 r. : Mi- L.R. Blanton 5oIe Agent For The Celebrated Wilton JeDDSco COA Richmond Daily Register 8. M. Saufley, Editor ft Proprietor Entered at the postoffice at Richmond Kjt M second class mail matter un der Act of ongiess of 1875. Kirksville Miss Tolly Whitlock and Mr. Frank Coy attended the show Friday night. Mr. Harvey Masters of Richmond THIS EXTRA WEAR SAVES 'I find Neolin Soles superior in Thej every way to other soles. flexible, tough and waterproof. In rhey are oof. In buy nothing but the future I shall Nefitin-soled shoes.' A. G. Aldrich. of Springfield, Mass., who makes this statement tested Neolin Soles by having a pair of worn shoes re-soled with them. "They have already worn one month longer than the soles I used to wear." says Mr. Aldrich, "and will be good for at least three months more." An easy way to try out Neolin Soles. Have them put on your worn...

Publication Title: Richmond Daily Register
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond daily register. — 20 March 1919

Med Print Ikg Da2y Renter. RicKmcs Marcfc 20, 1 919 THURSDAY FRIDAY SATURDAY MAE MARSH in The BONDAGE of BARBARA Smffing.Biil Parsons in 'THE BIG IDEA." and a Holmes Travelougue. WALLACE REID in 'TOO MANY MILLONS" PEARL WHITE in The LIGHTNING I RAIDERS," and a 2 reel Big V Com edy. , ALHAMBRA MATINEE - OPERA HOUSE . . NIGHT- . BIG DOUBLE PROGRAM on Hale la "THE OLD B0XESTEA3" . ALSO A PICTOGRAPH Louiselluffani! Creishl 1 I L BABY CHICK FEED .. : r $4.50' .; per 100 .Pounds Best Quality A Look Will Prove It F. H. GORDON Phone 28 Social and Pcnen lusfcal Tea. ; - One c the most delightful events of e weak was the musical tea, given t Madison Institute, Wednesday af- rnoon by the' pupils of Misses Mat- ;e Elder and Anna Moore. The par- brs were attractively decorated frr he occasion, a profusion of.buttcr- ups and potted plants being used. Watch this column for OLDHAM'S Daily Special Saturday's special will be a 57.00 Brown Mustard Oxford izes lyi to 7 Daily Special Price, $4.98 THOSE ...

Publication Title: Richmond Daily Register
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Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond daily register. — 20 March 1919

The DaOy Register. Richmond, Madison County, Kentucky -Thursday Afternoon, March 20, 1919 ;-V MERITONE HELPS ENTIRE FAMILY Mother Gains 15 Pounds and Feels Like New Person lit tle Daughter Strong and Healthy and Plays Like Other Children Father Built Up Wonderfully. . V ' ' ' The Carman family, of Lexington, Ky., is happier and healthier, because of Meritone. Mother, father and the Ettle daughter have better health since taking this wonderful new system medicine. - "I think everyobdy ought to know . about Meritone, and I Want to give a statement for the public, said Mrs. Carman. She then told, as follows, how Mer itone. brought better health to her husband, her little girl of six and her self: ;' '.Troubled Nine Years. , "For nine years I suffered with my stomach," Mrs. Carman said. "I had indigestion and constipation. I could hardly eat anything without the most severe kind of pain afterward. "' - "I tried medicines but nothing help ed me, I even took one treatment that cost $150, ...

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. — 21 March 1919

STE i-OLL'lLiivliJ.l 111) mi ,! : ! 'V ; . Iff; -.pi Established 1865 53d Yeai-r-Nol 94 Pirnmnnn Mj-1ic-mi Crtanttt '. kTnnhij.l'v' ITvCL.. A (AVMA L Ol 1 fl 1 H Single Copy Five Cents .-v.uuvuu, auuuvu wiui Muiuikj, x uuay nilClUUUU) 1TKMU1 I , 1717, 3 eatens to UUiy 11111 draw I from tontlict With State over Former Austrian of ops Crisis fBy Associated Press) ' JMarch 21 Bulletin The Italian delegation, to the Peace Con ference has decided unanimously to withdraw from the conference unless Fiume is assigned to Italy contempor aneously with the conclusion of peace. The decision of the Italian delega gation apparently!) ring's to a head the hitter controversy between Italy and the new Jugo-Slav state over the dis position of land along the Adriatic, formerly belonging to Austria-Hun Claims Against. Germany Total $40,000,000,000 (By Associated Press) Paris, Thursday, .: March , 20 The chief issue 'of the question of repara tion now is not what Germany should pay bat what she can pay....

Publication Title: Richmond Daily Register
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Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond daily register. — 21 March 1919

1 HUw'' - - t ;i -7 r v. m ' i ' f ''( r ii . . V - it ;' ; . t ! . t-. . r: ; 1 i H 1 1 J A photographic birds eye view of a Lead and Zinc mining camp. Note the small acreage re quired to run a mill. A twenty-acre tract will run two milts of 250 tons daily capacity for ten to twenty years. mm m O m 13 o The unqualified success and splendid prospects of the Kentucky Mansfield Lead & Zinc Syndicate, composed almost entirely of Louisville men, has led to the formation of another company, headed largely by the same gentlemen, for the purpose of further development of additional holdings. - The first company was com-' posed of T. M. 'Crutcher, Presi dent; ' N. C. Cureton, Secretary, and W. E. Newbold, Trcac:ir:r, with the following directors: T. M. Crutcher, Neil Wilson Funk, William Phillips, N. C. Cureton, M. N. Cralle, Charles A.. Funk, "T. T. Becler, G. W. Scott, with Hon. E. J. McDer mott as attorney. 5 p- :'i?tf Mwcitv 5 fSIfililfPISIHIlii J ? fir ; Z2rii " A view of the inter...

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. — 21 March 1919

if The Richmond Daily Register , Richmond, Madison CounifcJCy. v Friday Afternoon, arch 21, 1919 i ... - n. If tm IPl I r' Me national joy smoke -fvlllij 'rfiiSi'Slll! Ill mm ::::::W: mmmmmmmmmm ."?.'T - j5? iH.H - NEVER was such right-handed-two-fisted smokejoy as you puff cut cf a iimmypipe packed "fth Princo Albert 1 - That's because 1 u. has the quality I You can't fool your teate apparatus cny mere than you can get five acss out cf a family deck I So, when ycu hit Prince Albert, coming1 and going, and, get up half an hour earlier just to start stoking your pipe cr rolling cigarettes, you know you've got the big prize on the end of your line I Prince Albert's quality alone puts it in a class of its own, but when you gure that P. A. is made by our exclusive patented process that cuts out bite and parch well you feel like getting a flock of dictionaries to find enough words to express your happy days sentiments ! Toppy red bag, tidy red tinm, handsome pound arid half-pound tin hum...

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. — 21 March 1919

. . r . t r . , , , The Dai! v feSstcf.' &m6ncf. fcffi5E &!&' ei f icky Friday Afternoon; f,Iarch 2 1 , 1919 r t ' 4 . i it "i -r4 i I it It t; !Jt- C. r i FOR Ibxestl L, O o I Comer Main and B Streets Telephone 85 Richmond Daily Register S. M. Saufley, Editor & Proprietor Entered at the postofike at Richmond Xy as second class mail matter un der Act of ongress of 1875. That splendid newspaper, the Stan ford Interior Journal, is being- issued as a tri-weekly this week, and says it ma ycome out daily soon. We see no reason why it should not It is a splendid field and Editors Walton and Wright have assembled a splendid force. With afternoon Associated Press dispatches, it can be made a dandy little daily. Go to it. GOES WITH L. R. BLANTON Mr. W. A. Reeves, better known in town as "Bill" Reeves, the coal sales man, has recently taken a position with the L.- R. Blanton coal business. Mr. Reeves is an experienced coal man and what he doesn't know about "dusty diamonds" ha...

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. — 21 March 1919

Faded Print I ' r Ton o ALHMBRA MATINEE OPERA HOUSE MGHT Social and Penona Celebrates Hir. Bir:hday. Quite a number of young friends fratherrri at the home of Mr. J. P. Cotton, near Mobcrly, Wednesday ev ening, to assist hir.i.in celebratir.g hi sixteenth birthday. Music and garr..; were enjoyed during the hours end t licious ice cream and cake was ccr- c;' by the mother of the young host, fine the evening was very pleasantly spent. ' Mr. and Mrs. Jos Ross are visiting relatives near Lancaster. Mrs Louis Dillon, of London, is vis iting Mrs. John Hendren. Mr. Lee Congleton Is in Owsley county this week, on business. Mr. Joe Guinchigliana is spending a few days at Mt. Jackrrcn. Mrs. John Chritopher, cf Ravenna, is visting relatives hero this week. Watch this eclumn for OLDHAM'S Daily Special Saturday's special will be a $7.00 Brown Mustard Oxford sizes 22 to 7 Daily Special Price, $4.98 SATISFYING RELIEF , FROM LUMBAGO fA ... Sloan's Liniment has the . punch that relieves rheumatic tw...

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. — 21 March 1919

The Daily Register, Richmond, Macnson County, Kentucky Friday Afternoon, March 21, 1919 land again. Mr. Bellamy is a splen did young man of excellent qunlities and will be cordially welcomed heme by his host of friends. Mr. and Mrs. Samel Ross have moved to their new home at Round HilL - ! 1: it ; S ' i i " 5 s 5' lb The Greatest Name Id Gocdy-Land mjj JW largest- Jim ?4r ln th3 world naN'r fltm crally fccs to have mmS V'MzA a peckaie worthy '. tef of its contents. fef So lock fcr pSSa MffW WRIGLEY5 : ll- S' O lo the scaled package that I I l f fjj tee?s all c; its goodness in. I JlM f.The Flavor Lasts! cjL 22 Kirks ville We have had some very beautiful treather the past wek. . Miss Columbia Jane Tussey spent - he week-end with her brother, Mr. Frank Tussey, Jr., at Richmond. : Mr. "Wiley Sebastin' and 'sons, Ed and Harry, spent Friday with the for snex's brother in. Lincoln county.' Mr. C. P. Wagers, our hustling mer hant, has in his-new spring goods, ' " Miss Mary J. Bellamy has o...

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. — 21 March 1919

American Owned, Entirely ! f A , "Bayer" Cross" tQp! on gemiine Tablets. Buy only "Beyer" packages!. A 1 kspSrf n is the trade mark of Bayet Matiufae- Passports from Misery! Out of Pain to Comfort. Tor Headache Colds (Neuralgia. Grippe Earache -iTcothache Cum Pain Lumbago Rheumatism Influenzal Colds Neuritis Lame Back" Joint-Pains Pain! Pain! one or two of Aspirin" ,. If neces- dults Take if TartVte. s JfA'ith water. ary, repeat dose three times a day, after meals. Always insist upon "Bayer Tablets of Aspirin." Quick Relief with Safety! 20 cent package, also larger sizes. The original world-famous tablets. Ut tjl Ik., .wl. Cw.....Swwa-val PROBES r.lAIIY LIBERTY BOND SIlDLItlG CASES TREASURY AND CAPITAL oo.3S COMMITTEE SUBMIT DATA . rAKERS EMPLOY WOMEN. UMEROUS cases of fraudulent opera tions by stock pro moters who are al leged to be swind ling Liberty Bond owners' are before the Federal Trade ashington for Investt 'lmmisslon Is having it which testimony Is 1 those who have been vic...

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. — 21 March 1919

News of the Choxhes First Baptist Church " Sunday school at 9:30 a.m. Preach ing service at 10:45 a. m. Subject:" A Glorious , Church". Union service at Startiag tomorrow, Friday, and continuing throughout Mon day, we will again offer as a special a big reduction on RUGS of all size.s and grades. Look oyer these prices of bargains, filings, 9x12 ...I-.-$5.00 Woo! Fibre 9x12 $10.00 Crex,9xl2 . - $13-50 ., . Brussels, 9x12 ..$21.00 Axmhster, 9x12 . .$34-50 Linoleum, per sq. yd. in your home. 1.. 60 cents Special prices on all sizes carried in stock. , the Presbyterian church at 7:30 p. m. Subject: "The Marching Orders of the Present-Day Church." . First Christian Church. Mr. Lin D. Cartrisrht, State Super intendent of Bible Schools, will be at the First Christian church next Sun POT) On track Monday, the 24th my first carol White Ear Corn that is sound. Have a few barrels in this car not sold at $9.00 per barrels. If you need ear corn phone me at once and I will reserve for you . t H....

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. — 22 March 1919

1 Smudged print EstaWIsKed rl 865 53d Veai hjioiSS. - Richmond, Madison County, Kentucky, Saturday Afternoon, March 22, 1919 Single Copy Frre Cents TELLS PARENTS HOW v l JESSE DYKES DIED His Family Receive Appreciated Let i '- ter From-Chaplain ofYoung ".. Madison Boy's Regiment. -. City Collector Jesse M. Dykes, has received the chaplain of . the regent to wluch , , "6 iieu ue waa iuueu wiui uie American forces fighting against the Huns in the battle of the Argonne. ,. Another letter from the Graves Ttegistration Service informs Mr. and Mrs. "Dykes that the body of this gallant " young Madison county boy lies buried in the Commune (or county), - of--Cierges, Meuse, (state), France. Young Dykes - lost his. life 'October 4th-. The letter from his chaplain and also the other letter in -regard to his grave, etc., will be of interest to his host of friends at home, who, while mourning that they " shall never, see him. again this side of the dark river, yet are proud of the 'splendid wor...

Publication Title: Richmond Daily Register
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