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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond daily register. — 7 January 1919

, ; , Spots on P Bmmi r t Established 1865 -53d Year..o. 31 Richmond, Madison County, Kentucky, Tuesday Afternoon, January 7, 1919. Single Copy Five Cents HEALTH BOARD TO STATION MAN HERE CIVIL WARFARE STARTS IN HUN CAPITAL Radical Workmen Fill the Streets and Firing Begins While Hundreds Flee' From City. JUDY'S ILLNESS STOPS I JONAS P. RUCKER TOBACCO MARKET I DIES IN CINCINNATI FAVOR RETURN-TO PRIVATE OWNERSHIP NEIGHBORS AND OLD FRIENDS IN CHARGE Of Last Obsequies of Roosevelt To morrow WiUon Wires Message of Condolence From Europe Dr. Wittenberg Coming To Take Charge of Epidemic Physicians Mut Report Cases to Power High Prices Still the Rule Monday, One Basket Selling at $70 Day's Average Was $30.25. Agent Here For L. & N. For Many Years, Esteemed Citizen and Churchman, Succumbs. Majority of Interstate Commerce Commission Gives Detailed State ment To Senate Committee. per it w w ' I I 1 MM mm T :-Ji Dr. Wittenberg, of the State Board of Health, is expected here tonight, to tak...

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 January 1919

iSC mwmmm I'-' Established 1865 53d Year. o.3 1 Richmond, Madison County, Kentucky, Tuesday Afternoon, January 7, 1919. Single Copy Five Cents HEALTH BOARD TO . CIVIL WARFARE STARTS IN HUN CAPITAL JUDY'S ILLNESS STOPS JONAS P. RUCKER DIES IN CINCINNATI FAVOR RETURN-TO NEIGHBORS AND OLD FRIENDS IN CHARGE Of Last Obsequies of Roosevelt To STATION MAN HERE TOBACCO MARKET PRIVATE OWNERSHIP Dr. Wittenberg Coming To Take Radical Workmen Fill the Streets and High Prices Still the Rule Monday, rm Bmml Ml Agent Here For L. & N. For Many Tears, Esteemed Citizen and Churchman, Succumbs. Jonas P. Rucker died at the Bethes da Hospital in Cincinnati, Tuesday Majority of Interstate Commerce Charge of Epidemic Physicians Most Report Cases to Powers Dr. Wittenberg, of the State Board Firing Begins While Hundred Flee From City. One Basket Selling at $70 Day's Average Was $30.25. Commission Gives Detailed State ment To Senate Committee. morrow Wilson Wires Message of Condolence From Europe of Heal...

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 January 1919

at I .a i I ei The Daflv Register, Richmond, Ma&on County KentucktTuesJay Afternoon, January 7, 1919 W. O. OIdlIlnimTrQ-&-Qi39 f kn'na linmp to vou the "REASON WHY" of Ms Sale. Your coal bill, for instance, will tell you. Alio the thermometer. The weather has been so warm Ml . - v i n n At at f a n f f t Una linmi. to vou the 'REAStlN WHI" ot this Sale. lour coal bill, tor instance, will ten you. uso me mermomeier. ine weamer nas Dcen so warm that winter goods have not been needed, so we need to sell a lot of winter goods. That's dear isn't it? And you know we haven't had a bit of winter and you know that winter goods will be a necessity during January, Februray and March. Wouldn't be surprised about April, either. Bat the BIG IDEA is winter goods at . such BIG REDUCT01NS as you will see when you attend our BIG LOOM END SALE. Announcing this sale is no surprise. It would be a disappointment if we did not, as hundreds upon hundreds of people are waiting anxiously for it. This...

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 January 1919

ALHAMBRA Opera House Opea 7 to 130 p. as, AdmUwoa 20c, War Taa. iatctoUJ 1 " TUZSDAY Out cf a CIr Sky" CHARLES MURRAY In "KIS O.TS OF and a SCREEN TELEGRAM, showing all the latest war news. - ued;-zday . 4 AEce Lrkdf la" "THE WHIRLPOOL" from the play which took , New .York by storm. Eddie Lyon's and Lee Morgan in a rip-roaring comedy. .TabtedbRitr Official Government War Picture In 7 episodes showing the finish Fleet end Amy b Action ' THURSDAY ; The Girl of the Golden West With House Peters and Theo. Roberts. Also Big V Comedy i - . Social and Persona) Mrs. James Anderson is quite ill at . a. . Miss Lucy William Was a recent ,st of friends in Nleholasville. iss Mollie Towers is quite in with i st hr home on Orchard street. Mr-. Alex Anderson has returned L. m a visit to friends in Maysville. y-s. M. C. KeTlogg will entertain f . Pirate Bridge Club this after- en n. ' " Miss Belle Bennett win return this k from a month's stay in the icth. Mr. Joe Carson has rone back to laxard after...

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 January 1919

vH v. i ? ? i 7k- ! cf BS ( J c 3. I y ; ii -t. Ik i- - i v ) , - - "fiVEn THE TUr. tm t. fl. tTV linvv. - I w , ' . .11 .11- II 11 SPLENDID TONIC " Sji Hixion Lady Who, On Doe tor's Adrice, Took Cardai And Is Now WeH Richmond Daily Register M. Sanfl7. Editor snd Proprietor Entered at the postoffice at Rfcbrnond, Ky as second class mail matter under Act of Con grew of 1878. SnhecriotioB Rates. In City, by earner, per week- 10e By mail -out of town, per yearIS.ou The death of Roosevelt removes one .v. t.. 'f th three most striking figures Mr. and Mrs. Armer Hisle ractorc to Winchester Sunday for a spend-the-day with Mrs. Hisle's aunt, Mrs, Butler, of that place. Messrs. Foster Clark and Joel Blanton. of Camp Taylor, are here on a furlough with their families for few days. Mr. Eugene Miller has returned to wK)iinirton after pleasant stay Hlxson. Ten a. "About 10 years ago I was..." ears Mr3. J. B. Gadd. of this place. "I surrered with a pain In my left side, could net sleep at night w...

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 January 1919

':ry ED iliDiSMdDKUD MMT Richmond, Madison County, Kentucky, Wednesday Afternoon, January 8, 1919 Single Copy Five Cents Established 1865 53d Year Na 32 ! Mc DOUGLE APPOINTED ON BOOK COMMISSION Governor Appoints Strong Body of State's Leading Educator To Se lect Subjects of Textbooks Americans Were First To I Quiet Country Funeral wicaa iiuiutuuiu 5 wuv ror me ureal ixuuscvcn DOUBLE PNEUMONIA TAKES JOEL C. PARK Gov. Stanley appointed a very strong State Schoolbook Commission yesterday. Among the members nam ed is Dr. E. C McDougle, dean of the Eastern Kentucky State. Normal of this city. The commission will have to select 50 per cent of the subjects to be used for the next four years in the rural schools. The commission follows: First district. Homer W. Nichols, of Princeton, Superintendent of the Caldwell county schools; Second dis trict, 0. E. Baird, of Owensboro, prin cipal of the Owensboro High School; Third district, IL L. Smith, of Upton Hardin county, principal of the Nich ol...

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 January 1919

? i ( t' ; i V n r t i x V ;. f'r 4 I v . t 1 v : V A vr T i Richmond Daily Register 8. M. SasJey, Editor aad Proprietor Entered at the poetolfioe at Kichmood, Ky., as second class mail matter under Act of Congress of 1876. Subscription Kale. la City, by earner, per week. AOc By mail -out of town, per year $3 00 (Strictly cash in advance; paper stops when time for which it is paid expires) League of Nations Plan Paris, Jan. 7 The Pari edition of the London Daily Mail outlines what it calls the American plan of a league of nations, which, it asserts. Great Britain has accepted It says each country would send an Ambassador, who will be a member of the Cabinet "at home, an Ambassador continuously and act in agreement with the home government. The Court of the Lea- gue of Nations, however, will be sub- ordinate to and distinct from the Am - bassadors. Arbitration in case of dispute will be voluntary if desired, and compulsory if necessary. In case of a refusal to arbitrate, the league w...

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 January 1919

ALHAtVIEISA fetes o too rrzns :4lfca.,rfe2'G?t7c;.'.:. Liable Nennssd ia "A PERFECT 36" BiDy Parsons in - . AEce Drdr Ia "THEVAffiUPOOL"' Official government war picture No. 25. Lonesome Lake and a two ' reel - ' ; . Opera Houoe " -V - A Paramount production The great- est western story ever told. A Big V Comedy and War Weekly also. Opaa 7 I 130 p. SB, p Admiaaioa 20c. War Ta ixJudad comedy. "Bill's Opportunity, Social end Persona) Ij Jerry Chambers and five of his 1 lfaM children have been ill with the flu, and n 1 '. . ' . ' ' ' . 1 !: ... H EMeic OlearMce Sale Entertained at Dinner. Mrs. T. J. Jones entertained verj delightfully Christmas day in honor of Prof. J. B. Harris. Others includ ed were Mrs. Harris, Miss Lelia liar- Mrs. Paul Griggs, and Mr. and An. J. V. Whitloek. AFTER SUFFERING A WHOLE YEAR Mrs. King Was Made Well by Lydia E. Pinkham's Veg etable Compound. Iola. Kansas. " I was a cons tant suf ferer from female trouble for about a year. I had pains in back and stomach...

Publication Title: Richmond Daily Register
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond daily register. — 8 January 1919

n if ! . I f I.; he Dairy Renter, Richmoa A RladSsoaCo 19 one i send Stated S Ki 1 MR. CREAM PRODUCER: Is it reasonable to expect anyone to buy your cream and sell it again and pay you as much money for your cream as you would receive by shipping.it yourself Di rect to the Tri-State? The Tri-State Pays the Freight and ( PER POUND FOR BUTTER FAT per pound for butter fat, Jan. 6 to Jan. 1 2 inclusive Ship in your own cans or we will loan Free cans for 30 DAYS TRIAL. We guarantee your cans and cream against loss. Remember we refund the price of your shipping ticket. THE TRI-STATE BUTTER COMPANY United States Food Administration License No. G 13152 CINCINNATI, OHIO Ship in your own cans or we will loan FREE cans for SO days trlaL We guarantee your cans and cream against loss. Remember we re fund the price of your shipping ticket. 7 (HOME HOUSE BREAKS BASKET PRICE AGAIN Now Is THE TIE To Build While money is cheap and material is not high as compared with anything else you buy or sell. W...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond daily register. — 9 January 1919

EMM(DKIID MMT Established 1865 53d Year No. 33 Richmond, Madison County, Kentucky, Thursday Afternoon, January 9, 1919 Single Copy Five Ccr. 1 othc ALUES MAY TAKE A HAND IN GERMANY To Set Up Stable Government and Collect Indemnities To Pay Damages Paris. Jan. 9 The Council of Min isters has approved the following French representatives in the Peace Congress; Premier Clemen ceau, For ciim Minister Pinchon, Finance Minis ter Koltz, Andre Tardeau, and Jules Cambon. Meanwhile a French protocol giving a detailed program for the coference, has been submitted to the American unci other delegates. It now seems doubtful that more than a broad gen eral agreement will be reached before President Wilson returns home in February. Apparently the confer ence will first reach a general agree ment to form a league of nations, I tben consider setting up the new in LVependent states growing out of the . ' tYiiwt Slue A i rm rM anI ivkIaih. ...... 1 1 iu wb .. iwg v-a uiutiu r.ities and determine the m...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond daily register. — 9 January 1919

I Print SLovlnw Throurh - " mm The Daily Register, Richmond, MacEson County Kentucky Hiurscby Afternoon, Juy9J212 1 ! r : - u "ED Th( ' or morr iber lot h for tl ; live one J ill send f Steer 2 ' member f Is. Our; ' bins-, p; Elza ? tmond, j." LE I i ta StaM hire Si Aniond.. -I 7f Richmona Daily Register S. M. Sanfley. Editor and Proprietor Entered at th postoOce at Richmond, Ky, as second cliu mail matter under Act of Congress of 1876. SabacripUon Bates. la City, by. farrier, per week lOe By mail -out of town, per yearS3.(X) friend of a number of othen "men turned" aa possible candidates, we'd advise one and all of them to look a little careful before they 4eay, ;or "Shack" is going to set a pace that only real runner can possibly main tain.' Any fellow who stacks trp fr"ln him is goins to know that he's been to the races and then some. ( Strictly cash in advance; paper stops when time for which it is paid expires) The Danville Advocate says that there is a sentiment down that way ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond daily register. — 9 January 1919

ALHAIL.iA t i i .,i .....J ... I iiO k.4 0 "A PERFECT 38" . A story ful of pep" , . and every UuBjr it takes U make good picture. rrr CHly Partem in Cry&st Ysshbcra in fOTie Gypsy..TraHM Opera Kcuco Op7U lf30a.a-, , - , A - . a xwaoons prouuCBOn. A ne greav---- tin est western story erer told. A Big . V Cornedy mad War Weekly also. ' Ruth Rolad irTHands Up Sodsl end PmuaaJ Miss Kathleen Park, one of CaM this week. Miss Lucy Hall and guests motored to Lexington Tuesday. Mrs. Charles Douglas la conrales rent from an attack of Influenza. Mrs. T. K. Hamilton is recovering from a light attack of Influenza. Mr. and Mrs. W. F. Boggs are quite sick with the flu at their home at Red House. , ' ? ; . Miss Kathleen Park one of Cald well's popular teachers, is a flu vic tim this week. . The little son of Prof. L. S. bobbin's is sick with flu at the home of Mrs. ?. W. A -bill on. Broadway. . r Mrs. Bettie Duerson left few jays ago to visit her brother, Mr, Svn Ha gnn at lakeland, Florida. , ...

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Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond daily register. — 9 January 1919

1 fie Daily Register, ffichrncaA f.!axsca County, Thursday Afternoon. JbsurqJQI i I 4mn TfTT? TrtO W I "OVER TIE TO?,1 5 U. j i : I i ; IV 9 1 , V 4 t .Si o: "tlJ- - - V 1 11 A-' 5-, Ti t v ':, 1 r ' a thy Meat Prices Vany ita Biffeir enfc Storeo ikwi. - - - -n. W Slw ac. rrw. ljmjkM was J.'.ri S . r kdiuc A.SW4U.M S Goo. tm italic )::)IM. These newspaper quotations represent live cattle prices in Chicago on December 30th, 1918. The list shows price ranges on nine general classified groups with a spread of $13.85 per cwt-the lowest at $6.50, and the highest at $20.35. Whv this variation in orice? j . - yAWWO MJV UAW iAAwM W Kill WA - A . fc varies greatly in quality and weight Although the quotations shown are in nine divisions, Swift & Company grades cattle into 34 general classes, and each class into a variety of weights and qualities. As a result of these differences in cattle prices, (due to differences in weights and meat qualities), there is a range of 15 cents in Swift &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. — 10 January 1919

-. . .y I print Shovlr -JJJ J I I . - IB I 1 Btablished 1865 53d Year No. 34 Richmond, Madison County, Kentucky, Friday Afternoon, January 10, 1919 Single Copy Five Ccr v GUARD AGAINST COMMON COLDS State Iletlth Officer Says, I Effort To Stamp Out Flu rhyslcans Re port 102 Cam So Far. Women Haye Seal With ' iMiss Belle Breck Tells G. 0. P. National Committee Vivid Story of Russia Ri'llid quarantlas against anyone who Is Buffering from a bad cold a.d may not think that be cr she is a to tentinl flu spreader is being' insisted upon by Dr. J. I. Whret Iwg, 0? the State Board of Health, who is heie this ureek in charge of efforts that ere being made to stamp out the epidem ic Dr. Whittenberg is insisting that all must watch the first cold as it is more often thin nut incipient in? in za during xa :i a time as th's. Fe is telling the people to keep i.hnty of fresh air in their homes, nuse other or dinary health precautions and do all they can to conserve their health themselves. Dr. Whit...

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. — 10 January 1919

! It,' 1 rii U 5 . . ' ' : 5 .;. H " : 1- IS! a- .i ; . i MM if . 4; ! i: Vi; -. ,5 7 The Da3y Recri ster, Wchrncnd, tvICkhicki Friday Aft.n:ccnt JrJfcJ2!j. Print Shovin, Through STRENGTH FOR -YOUflGWOtilERS Hpw ydia E.Pinkham Veg. eUble Compound Restores ; ' Health and Strength. imimimiiiH fin v V' t 111 "H Lansing, Mich. "After the birth of my child 1 waa not able to stand on mv I letu wassww I could not ret up. I suffered such pain in my back I could not work or hardly take care of my baby. One of my neighbor recom mended Lydia E. Pinkbam's Vegeta ble Compound I took it and used Lydia EL Pinkhsm'a Kntiv Wash, and 1 got better right away and was toon a Dew woman ana couia won nam, n eau.Commend these remedies toother yoCl mothers who are weak and ailing is I was." O". v O. -O"... X3. 621 SI Hosmer Street, Lansing, Mich. Women who are in Mrsl Bowers con dition should not continue to suffer from weakness and pain bat profit from her - . mum an.i aivm this fimMt VOot .. berb remedy,-...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond daily register. — 10 January 1919

?rnt Shoving ?hro u -hf ' " Ali5-1AT.Z?J T 0 D A Z7JDXI- -for yourself. Rcth Rolsad ia Hands Up Md a Toto Comedy. .'""- -' BEWITCHING ; ' i ;: U&bls Ilcnsssd in and a ,WaY Weekly. ; . ' . . She wanted to' be wooed by a "care tIuI3AY- U man;" she wanted romance and ad venture. Did she, get Ik? .Well, thafa for-you to.find.iout. Come and see Enid Bennett in ; "WHi-DO WE EAT' A lav iust. a little different than ' C Ada We, Wir Tu IkUWI1 - 'k. : I "vol i"vv'- ' v.r' - f Sodd czd Persona) Mr. Combe Entertain In Lexington. Mrs. Newton : Combe " entertained about thirty guejita at her home on Kentucky avenue. Lexington, Thurs day afternoon. Bridge waa .played and prisma pleasing to feminine- taste were awarded at the close of the af ternoon. A luncheon of two course was served, several guests coming in for this feature who did not play bridge. Mrs. Kennedy DeHaven . as sisted at the table where' punch was served. decorations were .in keep ing with the holiday season. ' ' Those present ...

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. — 10 January 1919

J- 'I " .Hswky. . m r : l II II - II 11. m II f The Oliuwvs. t y 1 llll i HI Keep The South Bend Malleable in mind and remember Lit represents the best range value we know of or we would not recommend it to our friends and customers. Douglas & Simmons jl mm wm South Bend Malleable Range The South Bend Malleable is the only range made with Patented Keystone Copper Bearing Aluminum Fused Flues. This makes the South Bend Malleable fiue con struction good beyond comparison. Mr. Ella Sanford, of Lancaster, left for home Monday after ipendinj several day with her vnele, Mr. R. E. Tudor. Mr. and Mrs. S. S. Mfllon, who haw the flu, are reported better. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Long and family, who came to risit Mr. Abner Long and family, are 111 with the flu. Others fla victims ire: Jessie Tudor, George Million, John Foster, Sam Burgess, and family, Johnnie Collins, Albert Bogie, and Amelia Perkins. Mrs. Iizxe Long and children are spending a few days with her mother, Mrs.' T. J. Million, previ...

Publication Title: Richmond Daily Register
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Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond daily register. — 11 January 1919

; I : I Prir.t 5:.ovin. ?:.ror-':: fv. Sii tabKshed 1865 53d Year No. 35 Richmond, Madison County, Kentucky, Saturday Afternoon, January II, 1919 Single Copy Five Cc-'.i B0W1JNG GREEN MAN SUCCEEDS McADOO Walker D. nines Appointed Director Genera!! of Railroads la Cablegram From President Wilson. w wasningvon, jan. n walKer V. 'Railroadtt, has been appointed Direc tor General by President Wilson suc ceeding William G. McAdoo, who now retires to private life. Announcement of this appointment came in a cablegram from President Wilson. Hines is an advocate of Mc Adoo's plan for continuing govern ment control of railroads, for five years, Hines was , born near Bowling Green, Kentucky, February 2, 1870, Until he became a member of the railroad idministration staff a year ago, he was chairman of the Santa Fe and or of the youngest railroad executives In the country. Previous ly he was Vice President of the Lou isville and Nashvfllle nulmml f ich he graduated fromi assistant attorney of the...

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

J i ': . ; si -v The Daily Rter. Richmond. I&ca Cciy Itrt! .tury ATnJ rylL 1919 iTi? :ssa Dp K 4L CMley. Er as4 lsrk 'se m i - ona. i- f v: 3'i o - I ): 1- C 1 I t: e j e tt' ve ;' V ,i . ii r ; - i: ' t ; : " 15 i i! onfioeniisl: We are serving a great many homes in Richmondwith the ' Choicest' Meats i!-vl .--1 and would be'pleasedto have orders We carry a complete line of--- . ' Staple and FancyiGroceries The Second Street Grocer 1 k,as ssoond !. il matter odsxi rt of congress or lira. Lin City, by amer, p week 10c ay- oaAit .out of town, per y r. m Y. Calvary Baptist Church. San-lay school at 10 o'clock.. B. P. U. meeting t 7: pastor' aid so ciety will meet with Mrs. Lather Mite on Boggs Lane, Tuesday afternoon at 2; 30; regular election of officers. ,. A large attendance is desired. , PIANO TUNING Mr. Craig -wiB be in Richmond in a few days to tone pfanos. Phebe orders to No. : S4 2 " WANTEDA-good- blacksmith at once. Phone 4? ft. James A. Moons.' SO 6p 3 - SPECIAL THIS WEEK...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond daily register. — 11 January 1919

w w A n T ? 11. Tuesday CpCCCZA&CVCKLE " t " ''- ...... .1 is A Proliant pntteSjaTA tl'tfsl play and It will bUrest yoa greatly. ' j Antonio Moreno and? Carol HoBo-v-:: ; waj iBTTj Iron- TeaL?-rj..-v, f., .. . THE COOX. ' Ruth IrrtfilUp m r" t rrs 1 's0r3uv dssissMa 2k, Wir Tu ktclwU AIm a War Vecafy to be. Snowiu, THE r , . . - , . . . . ' - - 1 V. Sodd tsd Patens) Mrs. Daris Buckner's tea from the today's Lexington Leader: Dr. and Irs. Daris Buclmer entertained on Jiursday with an informal afternoon ul at their horns in DeLonjr Terrace, k honor of theii- cousin,' Lieut Addi-' bn Gardner Farter and his bride. hosts were assisted by Mrs. Buck ler's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Christb fhen D. Cnenao.1t, also by Mr. and An. Wra. Anckrson. The decora Ions were of pink roses, steria bloom, bid narcissus, and tha dainty tea ta e was lighted irith pink shaded can- in silrer' 'candle ' ' stick. Mrs. iderson. presided orer the tea cups, .bout twenty-fife guests Were p res it for tha ehannintr...

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