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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond daily register. — 22 March 1919

Ihe Daily Register. fticw.C:XaI!ica County, Smudged print :) : m ' ; t :. K ' if . : i ' - i ' l" -' n I ; . f Ml for L BDainiiiOini j Corner Main and B Streets 5 Telephone 85 program which they rendered was a Teal treat. Today chapel was led by the Wash ingtonian Literary Socitey, and they. under' the direction of MrRobinson, gave an excellent pro gram. This " so ciety, represented a colored people's literary Bociety and j by each person being "blacked" made the : program more attractive." We can readily see that it doesnt pay to miss chapeL The Carpedian Literary Society wil' present the three act comedy ?Miss Fearless and Company," Monday ev ening, March 24th, in the auditorium at 7:30; admission 15 cents. The girl? in this play being displeased with the invitations they received to go with a party; of boys to Camp Comfort, go camping " themselves, on "Spook Is land," two miles across the lakes. Af fairs happen from start to finish with fun to the end. If you want to laugh and en...

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. — 22 March 1919

t i I host- was nicely " rememberert pretty and cseful gifts. "... BABY CHICK FEED : ; Xi . V." per 100 Pounds, ; Best Quality A Look Will Prove It. F. H. GORDON Phone 28 1 Social and Person yotxi eidios Thit mtrt nf irmtK la VfT.TMTMi.' TOON OF POISONS from yonr body. This done, you can live to be a hundred no enjoy tne good tiunrs or life witn as much "pep" you did when in the springtime i youth. Keep your body Buffet Supper. Mr. and Mrs M. 0. Thompson en tertained with a buffet supper during intermission' at the dance at Irvine Friday evening. -Amog the "guests were Mr, and Mrs. Harry G. Wilson. Mr. and Mrs. P. K. Daughterty, Mr. and Mrs. Elmer, Tate, Mr., and Mrs. Hugh Campbell, Misses Barbara Witt, Mamie West, Bettie Brooks, Elizabeth roPer working condition and you have t.-t, mu. : t- nothing tofear. Drive the poisonous Dykes, Harry Wood, Roy Davis, Owen Langon, Ben Rowland, Dr. R E. Ed; wards, Mr. Hamilton and Mr. Schnei der. Estill Tribune. , : r-s m Smudged prln Print 9 i" ...

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. — 22 March 1919

if i i D X 1 . j w i i Doylesville r Rev. J, .A. McClintock filled hisreg ttkuf'appointment here Saturday and Sunday, preaching to a large andap; preciative audience,. - . - i Mrs. Emma Reeves Was called tc the bedside of her. son. who. is. verv. ill Starting tomorrow, Friday, and continuing throughout Mon day, we will again offer as a special a big reduction on RUGS of all sizes and grades. ' Lock over these prices of bargains. Mattings, 9x12 u$5.00 Wool Fibre 9x12 $10.00 Crex, 9x12 $13.50; . Brussels, 9x12 ' $Z1.00 Axminster, 9x12 . : $34.50 ; Linoleum, per sq. yd. in your home 60 cents Special prices on all sizes carried in stock. y-S: ' car soun d wh i fe; ; BAR CO R N with measles, last Thursday, i -i Mr. R," C. Hill is moving to his new S9.00 Nl ME DOLL AR S A BAR R EL S9.3' home at Doylesville Mr. Louis Eades is very : ill with measles. - . mnCffiS.0DUND. A W CAR- ,F Y0 NEED CORN TRY TO GET S0 i Miss Emma Wilson was called to the bedside of her mother who is ve y low with pne...

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. — 24 March 1919

V:-;...';:::.:.. j Estetllsiiea 1865 53d Ydi No. 96 Richmond. Madisoa County, Kentucky, Monday Afternoon , March 24, 1919 Single Copy Five Cents ,1 V, BlG DOCKET FOR APRIL FEDERAL COURT Uncle Sam Pushmg Charge Against Men Accused of Robbing Can ; While la Transit. Deputy United States Marshal J. M. Elliott arrested . Milt Newmai Brassfield, last week on a charge , of selling liquor without a government license. , He was taken before U. S. Commissioner Warfield .Bennett, and held to. the federal grand Jury under $100 bond which he furnished. He Is charged with selling two quarts of whisky to Ira T. Ballew, of the same section. Two colored bootleggers were brought down by U. S. Marshal Bro phy, of Breathitt county, and were held over to the federal grand jury in ApriL One was named Red Bob Combs and the other Eugene ManueL The term of Federal. Court in April promises to have the largest docket in many years. This is mainly due to the 'fact that the November term of court was postponed...

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. — 24 March 1919

print the Daily Register, fticjnop Jla&or. TjOTity , Kentucky Monday' Afternoon, MarchJM 1919 Sludged ' VV - :?l? Ill i J -f li ( V,- 51 .- M V'- fVil :-'U I.- ( - LI f:i;' Hi S JFOR IBDacutoini Corner Main and B Streets Telephone 85 Richmond Daily Register S." M. Saufley, "Editor & ' Proprietor APPEALING MASE OF MAN WHO KILLED WALTER RICE Judge L. W. Bethurum was in Paris yesterday when a motion was made by the attorneys representing Oscar Johnson, the .man who Wiled Walter Rice, asking for a new triaL The mo tion .was overruled, by the trial judge, and the case will be carried to the Court of Appeals. Johnson was given a death sentence. , Judge Bethurum assisted in the prosecution. Mt, Ver non SignaL " . W THE CONGRESSIONAL RACE v' ! The Danville Advocate said' Friday: Hon. John K. Todd, of Shelbyvffle, spent yesterday in Danville ; mixing with the voters. Mr. Todd is an avow ed candidate for Congress in this dis trict, though he has not as yet made his formal' announcemen...

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. — 24 March 1919

JDyJSaf. flHgaca Lligson County, KentucMonday Afternoon, f,larch 24, 1919 -1 n a ; screen Telegram v BABY cincK : FEED" per 100 Pounds Best Quality ' A Look Will Prove It. F. H. GORDON Phone 28 -.A - Social and Persona; i JS-Jcsse Cobb entertained -at din- Sunday for 'a number of friends a most enjoyable? -day was spent. STOMACHUPSET? at th? Real Grose Take Dr. Edv.ards' OLve Tablets - iat'3 what thou-inds of stonac. i rers are doing now. Instead 1 1 1 Those included in. the invitation were Mr. Charlie Best Baumstark, Mrs. Joe Embry, Mrs. Joe Wagers,' Mr. and Mrs. Walker Covington and son, Robt Lee, Mr, and Mrs, Hi-M. .Thorpe, Mr. and Mrs. James Cobb and Mr.' Charles Embry. ." . . '-'; -'j ' . Miss' Marianne Collins is visiting relatives in Chicago. - '. '": Mr. G, JL Myers spent Friday in Heidleberg on business. . Miss Van Greenleaf spent the week end with relatives in Lancaster. ' Mrs. C.fc.' McCord, of Winchester is the guesi ?J-s. J. S. Co'Pjm. Mrs. H. 51. '-' Vttigton has retur...

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. — 24 March 1919

G Smudged print J. .V. -v D.r. fSfecad r c:!y, --7 : Kde AT J.SiA 1919 "7 1 IV ' It . . . i i SOOTOR GOULD : HOT HELP HER ' Out Lydia E.Pinkham' Vege table Compound Saved . Her from a Serious ; Operation. . . i Brooklyn, N. Y. "I suffered sous sing dreadful from a displacement and iwo very bad a, tacks of inflainis tkm. Mydoetor aid he could da nothing mora for me and I would have to go to the hospital for an operation, bat kLydia E. Pink-. him'i Vegetable- Compound and Sanative Wash I have entirely eared. me oi my troubles and I am now in rood health. lam you should use mv testimonial and hope to benefit outer sunermg women by so dolmr " Mrs. F. Platt. 9 ' Woodbine St., Brooklyn, N. Y. Operations upon women in oar bos ; pitsJs are constantly on tba increase, ' bat before submitting to an operation oc ailments pecoliar to their sex every waoman owes it to herself to give that. - -famous root and herb remedy, Lydia E. mkham's Vegetable Compound, a triaL If complications exist write L...

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. — 25 March 1919

FctJeJ Print Established 1865 53dYeai No. 97 Rkhmond. Macfisdtf CounlyAKenckyTucsday! Afteraoo n, March 25, 1919 - Single Copy Five Cents rs 23 its E 433 s TRADE FAMOUS FARM ; r FOR OIL ROYALTY New Owners Exchange Home Of Ken tucky's First Governor For Rich Oil Properties In Lee George W. Owens and Clayton Strode, oil men of . Winchester, have traded the old home of Kentucky's first Governor, Isaac Shelbyi in Lin coln county, for what is regarded by oil men as one of, if not ,the richest oil royalty in the far famed Uig Sink ing section of Lee county.' They re cently bought the old Shelby home stead known as "Travellers' Rest," from Mr. Shelby Tevis," bf.i Lincoln.' They have now "swapped" the farm of 875 acres and about $50,000 in cash for a 3-64 royalty in the 810 acres of the D. B. Pendergrass lands in Lee county and a 1-32 royalty in the Clem Williams lease, also on Big Sinking. tTe holdings are said to represent bv- ontire royalty owned by Mr. Pen- tiergi-ass ,as he had previou...

Publication Title: Richmond Daily Register
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond daily register. — 25 March 1919

I t 5 6- i I J i ' it 'I - V t is- E in 0 I 5; -The tiy Regken.RirhrrMon CcuntV, Kenfrirfesday Afternoon, March 25, 1919 By special arrangements with the EMtt aiPEinicBiri (C CD we will have on display in our store about 300 Garments in Ladies Wearing Apparel consisting of Suits, Goats, Gapes and Skirts for sale and delivery. We have been handling the Elite line for years and patrons are per fectly familiar with it; but we have never been able to arrange for speciail openings with them. ; T they agreed to fur nish us for One Week Only, MarcH 24th to 29th inclusive a quantity of their garments for display d delivery i ow this jkSosir side of the story These Garments are on approval to us all subject to returp, our only expense being a small express charge each way so you see wc take no chance; ; i herefof e, we have a chance to benefit our patrons by giving them some special prices, while we.pfefer to sell them at a very small margin of profit, to returning them, and while our patron...

Publication Title: Richmond Daily Register
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond daily register. — 25 March 1919

if i ?HA HOUSE TONIGHT TUESDAY hission Childr -1 20 cents; Adults SCc; Ba;c.;ay 20c. " . - V." 7EDrESDAY ALICE BRADY in' fadcA Pr 'm irsoaf-rri DAY. Grilh's Wcnder Stcry Gf Victory, - ' - r ""THE GREATEST, THING IN UmAAAAAA With LILLIAN GISH and ROBERT HARRON. '-.'"- " " - - Filmed on the pattle Fields of France. 7 V ' The INDESTRUCTIBLI WIFF V : " I .. "THE KANDY MAN" Ako "A PERFECTLY FIENDISH FLANAOA'A rv., : : Wa.IWUlIDIJi Wlffi -.r, siUi mWI,.iViAi- , - - ". - rews ... a siory t a man who couldn't keep JUS0 a Current Events Weekly. ? 3 wife. BILLY WJEST. in March ":h-28th 5 a ;:d 50 cents MUSICAL EVLiiTCF THE SEASON nar!AMIMIM FILIPINO TO PEOPLE 1 , ' Double-Picture Program THURSDAY ereaaders Spet' c: - opecim scenery . F 4 : , , ;-,. ... 1 ' r:i -;iE END OF THE COAL .-urr.ctiniss reached before cold ;ithi-r is all over. Anyway, it is a 1 ?:!i to have ccme on hand. Ect- i i : OiUCi a iuau. I'cr t'.:e kitchen we have some coal :st now that seems to heat op quick- .-, bu. i steadi...

Publication Title: Richmond Daily Register
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond daily register. — 25 March 1919

' t X ' .'I 1 :i !fjl VI !, 7 0 llis D. Register. Richmond. f.?adison -County. KentuJcvTuesday Afternoon, March 25, 191 HejreAGenth ForElderlvi A daily free movement of the bowel becomes a serious problem as you step from middle-life into old age, and much - -dependence can no longer be placed on nature herself. The , bowels find artificial aid necessary. . The stronger the physic, as old people soon learn; the greater the contraction of the bowels thereafter, and so the wise purposely avoid salt waters, pills and other harsh pur gatives. Many have learned to place absolute reliance on the gerttle but positive action of a combination of simple laxative herbs with pepsin sold by druggists under the name of Dr. Caldwell's Syrup Pepsin. It produces an agreeable movement as nearly natural and free as high pharmaceutical skill can make it. Thousands use it regularly, in the small dose prescribed, and keep them selves in fine health and good cheer, and entirely free from constipation. ' T...

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. — 26 March 1919

Da) Established Yeai 4lo. 98. ; F ucnmond. Madison County,'. Wednesday Afternoon, Marc h 26, 1 91 9 Single Copy Five Cer.' PEACE TREATY MAY BE SIGNED NEXT WEEK American Delegation - Sends Word Much Progress Is Beihg Made How Much Mast Hans Pay 7 (By Associated Press) ' Washington, March 26 Messages to the White House from the American J'B peace delegation at Paris said . that greater progress toward peace is be ing made "than appeared on the stu face." No details were given and of ficials are inclined to speculate on the M probable basis of the dispatch. . in SOine quartets xo aasiuucu - uio American delegates are optimistic over important amendments - to the League of Nations' constitution pro- Ibably including "Wilson's provision de signed to preserve the Monroe Doc trine. HAY SIGN TREATY NEXT WEEK Paris, March 26 In the absence of official communiques, the public learn ed little about the meeting of the Eu ropean premiers and President Wil son yesterday but it is believed repar 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. — 26 March 1919

C7 .The Dafly Register; Richmond, Madison Comity, lntiKkyWneday Afternoon, March 26, 1919 mi mm Mi V " - - mi 9 it i -4 i t-:i ? : if If' n . If t Iff,?:? : If 4 5. . t 'J if i " - 1 1 ii" fi-iv.i;. 0 mm Back of tKe Louisville Mansfield Lead and Zinc Company is the history of the Kentucky Mansfield Lead artd Zinc .Syndicate, whose officers and directors fare largely the same gentlemen and that company, 'already in operation, paid a monthly dividend of 2 per cent in January and 3 per cent mf February. The Louisville Mansfield Lead and Zinc Company has been organized to do just what the other company is doing but on a larger scale. Tremendous Profits In Lead and Zinc There is a vast empirq of lead and zinc weattH in the Ozark Mountains so great that Missouri leads all other states! It has the largest lead and zinc district of the world. The' holdings of the Louisville Mansfield Lead and Zinc Com-. pany are at Mansfield, where, the Mother Lode of this greatest of all dis- tricts comes ...

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. — 26 March 1919

. ..... ,. , , ,. . . .. .... , .... , , The Daily Register, Richmond, Madison County. Kentucky Wednesday Afternoon, March 26,-1919 wHmm .id , Print Sl.ovin EOAUGHTER WAS SAVED ROM OPERATION QUE ST1Q NN A I R E ANSWERS WHICH WILL SOLVE PERPLEXING PROBLEMS OF THIS RECONSTRUCTION ERA. rs. Wells of Petersburg Tells How. - Query. The government has launcheo an educational campaign to. encourage building In order to put " more men to work. Would not a similar movement to show how the old structures can be best and most economically repaired and made good as new also help? - . Petersburg Va. "For. two years j A-Dswer.-j-It Is learued that "such a KEEP It's Easy If You Know Dr. Edwards' Olive Tablets IfPI fc daughter suffered from a weakness ; anu pains in tier . right side; at times she was so bad she could not do any work. For two years she was at tended by the best physicians here, and both agreed that she would have to be operated on. I suggested Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegeta ble Compound,...

Publication Title: Richmond Daily Register
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond daily register. — 26 March 1919

The Daily Register. Richmon? Madison" county, Ky." Wednesday Afternoon, March 26, 1919 'i ?! Mi ? ? i -1 I 4' f ; V i .5:1 fm 5 i . ft. - r ; : ' t ? - . t ? . f i 3 HI.: :! Pi When You Build Anything of Concrete Sidewalks, Curbstones, Porch Steps, Cellar Floors, Foundations, Fence Posts, ; Etc we recommend that you Old Dominion Portland Cement i L. Elamfiom i Richmond Daily Register 'had tetarrledly arranged and news S. M. Saufley. Editor ft Proprietor:1"- v """ I Register's old press is now in good The Daily Register has been labor-1 shape again, it believes, and will do ing under grievous handicaps for the :the work required of it until the new past week or 10 days, and had it not been for the neighborly kindness of its good friend, CoL E. B. Smith, of the Richmond Pantagraph, it would iave been a serious question as to whether it could have been issued at alL About 10 days ago a very vital part of its press broke. The piece had to be sent to the factory for duplication, and then...

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. — 26 March 1919

1 The Daily Register. Richmond, Madison County, Kentucky, Wednesday Afternoon, March 26, 1919 X" i" J- ii o iii T.u-o J LJ,. OPFR A HOUSE TftNIfiHT ALICE RRAIYV m TKp INDESTRIirTlRI F WIFE billy west ia THE HANDY MAN" Current Brents Weekly. iipera nuusc v HLlrlNU JH n ft Ml IV and Hawaiian Dances in, rih H PEOPLE H O 'k.. Thursday-Friday neai native Muuuiau Haunting, Hawaiian Melodies pino and Spanish Songs Special Costumes Music Dancing ; Special Scenery March 27th-28th prices ChUdren?25c Prices Adults 50c ; BALCONY 25 CENTS Picture Program for v Thursday . ; - '-: Alice Joyce? in "The Triumph Of the Week" "The Traveling Salesman" One Show Only 7 : 15 prompt - ' : with Frank Mclntyre Double Picture Program Serenaders . THE. END OF THE COAL 1 A V-w s SOmeumes noum wuwo Piano Club The Piano Club met Monday after noon with Miss Lynn n,vans in uas street " Miss Margaret Green was secretary. Those who' took part on the program were: Misses Margaret Telford, Lynn Evans, Frances Mays, and...

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. — 26 March 1919

v;;'-s" ;. i .-1 I f H I- i it t: !! ii 1 .i u mm s f i !3i H C! Vim mm t i J t . i ii iT ... j f. . w , : MS V i Mill rri P: Hie Dafly Register. Richmond. Madison County Kentucky, Wednesday Afternoon, v March 26, 1 9 1 9X By special arrsuigements with the EHMcb (G-aiiPinriicBETiG (CccDo we will have on display in our store about 300 Garments in Ladies Wearing Apparel consisting of Suits Coats, Capes and Skirts for sale and delivery. been handling the Eliteline for yesurs and patrons, are. per fectly familiar with it; but we have never- been able to arrange for special openings with them. This season, however, they agreed to fur nish us for One Week Only, March 24th to 29th inclusive a quantity of their garments for display and delivery if sold. Now this is our side of the story- -1 These Garments are on arproval to us all subject to return, our only expense being a small express charge each way so you see wc' take '-no chance. Therefore, we have a chance to benefit our patrons by g...

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. — 26 March 1919

-J.t- A, - The Richmond Daily Register!, Richmond, Madison County, KyJediaesday Afternoon MarA 2k 1919 . The money to be raised by this extra tax is badly needed to maintain pur . present roads and bridges m good condi tion, and to build new ones where needed if Madison County is to maintain her po sition as one of the leading Kentucky counties. . 1 . v ., The tax is an investment, and the : ' ' ' . : :. benefit is direct . Every dollar to be ex- ) -' . ; pended in Madison county j and every dis - tnct to receive its pro-rata ..part of the ; ' amount raised. - Better roads promote business for the merchant, - increase the value of farms .and the ease of marketing pro ducts, provide employment for labor and decrease the cost of carrying on the en tire business of. the community. They are as necessary as good schools and good morals. Ml FI1TPE 21 HUT Rlftl TM Help The Progress And Prosperity Of Madison Co. y If you live on a good road, vote for the tax to keep it gccd. If you live on ...

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. — 26 March 1919

: - Hie Richmond Daily Register, Richmond, Elacfosoo County, y Atenf larctx 26 1 91 9 .-,.7 .. ', ' ;." .-(. ; : - si . 4 V . , ' - ' .' ': ' ". N !' -I -.- -y - -":' " J''i The money to be raised by this -extra tax is badly needed to maintain onr . ;f present roads 'and bridges in good condi-; ' tion, and to build new ones where needed . if Madison County is to maintain her po-" ; sition as one of the leading Kentucky counties. ' v. $- ,-'- The tax is an investment, and the ' . i ... . . , . . . . . .' , . . . benefit is direct Eyery -dollar to be ex- pended in Madison county, and every dis trict to receive its pro-rata t, part of the . amount raised. .V - Better roads promote business for the merchant, 'increase the value of farms and the ease f of marketing pro ducts, provide employment for labor and decrease the cost of carrying on the en tire business of . the- community. : They are as necessary as good schools and good morals. .".V MITE FhR-- THE W Ml MAI Tffl u vi u Lis u -y ...

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. — 26 March 1919

The Daily Register. Richmond, Madison County, Kentucky Wednesday Afternoon; Marci26, 1919 . r .1 . i H i. 3 : 1 ; oVi-i'. n 5 r HI. ft!: TIRED, NERVOUS HOUSEWIFE TOOK VINOL (Now She is Strong and Well Berkeley, CaL "I was nervous, irritable, no appetite, could not sleep, and was always tired, so my house work was a great effort. After many other medicines had failed Vinol built me up and made me strong. I have a good appetite and sleep welL VZ2p nervous, weak, ailing woman sCould try it." Mrs. N. Edmunds, 2107 Dwight Way, Berkeley, CaL We ask every nervous, weak, run down, ailing v.-c n in this town to try this ccd liver and iron tonic on our guarantee to return their money if it fail- t- hrl? them. H. L. Perry and Son. Farm and Stock News At the administrator's sale of W. H. Roe's herd of Hereford cattle, 58 head brought $31435, an average of $537 at Shelbyvile last week. The highest price dcow was Pet 16th, by Bean Mischief, for which F. D. Kerr, of Marietta, O., paid $1,325. Sena...

Publication Title: Richmond Daily Register
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