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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond daily register. — 9 April 1919

fll St.- V:i;t . li t: t - r 4. . i t - : : " -:-V-'; - ' : I V--- V'. '-'. ": v-- I- I Showing Through I I ' V : :n .. , ":. : ; ..y IKe Daily Register. Richmond, Madison County, KeanickyWednesday Afternoon, April 9, 1919'" r : r"" - " : --' '--'?-' '- -. Ica:.it.i- a -i.' . I iiKMnrDiMC COD- V - f v ': I"s6b l acnooi irusiccaun. UMllUt.Illt I vlt r i ti . ' More Pay For Teachers T i mA i iih ' I v;- -. - , . FALLING HAIR - I - ,. : - - 1 :"-:-- At a meeting of the county chool .r 7 - : -V- .'... - t l InruiU' In rj ! nn'X: " CnrJ-v .' trustees held recently, it was definite- ;:.7vf . ; -Lr ? ' . Jjl all - ' Put a little alum on the end of your tongue and you will have the reason why alum baking powder should not be used in food. England and France forbid the sale of baking powder containing alum. You can tell whether baking powder contains alum by reading the labeL Absolutely Pure L Royal Contains No Alum " Leaves No Bitter Taste Paint lick. Mrs. J. M. Metcalf and daughters were g...

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 April 1919

i ffilU(DiaMKlI) la EM tstamisned 1 003 Dd Year No. Ill Richmond. ) Madison County, Kentucky, Thursday Afternoon, April 10, 1919 Single Copy Five Cer' , BELGIUM MAY TRY KAISER FOR CRIMES i - : . Big Four Also Tell Hons Thty Host I Pay Five Billion Dollars Indem- j nity In Two Tears. fcaris, April 10 Responsibility of th( i German Emperor for the war, and means for bringing him to trial by onji of the allied governments, proba bly Belgium, have been settled by the Council of Four. v This follows the definite decision on the terms of reparations for war dam ages, whereby $5,000,000,000 must be paid within the next two years. An interallied commission is to as sess the remaining damage for a per iod of 30 years beginning May 1, 1921. Thus two of the great obstacles which stood in the path of the rapid ttainment of peace have been remov ed , with 24 hours. The period of extreme tension over the inaction and the failure to obtain tangible results is succeeded by re vived confidence , ove...

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 April 1919

Richmond Daily Register 5. M. ,Saufley, Editor ft Proprietor, Entered at the postoffice in Richmond; Ky., as second class mall matter un der Act of Congress of 18755. :' j jj r For convenience sake,'- Calumet Baking Powder is packed in 10, 20 and 30-cent; sizes. For 30 cents you get a full pound (16 ounces) net weight. Of course, the larger the size the bigger the saving in buying but remember that the 10-cent size shows a double saving compared with most other brands. The value of Baking Powder is quality not quantity. It is leavening strength that counts. You cannot . judge it by the size of the can nor the amount you get for your money. You must determine its worth to you by what it does, not by what it is, by the amount you are required to use in your, baking and the results it gives. A 10-cent can of Calumet will go twice as far as a 10-cent can of most other powders. You Save When You Buy It You Save When You Use MADISON ELECTRIC CO. WIRING FIXTURES SUPPLIES Distributors of De...

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 April 1919

1 The Daily Register, Richmond. Madison County . Kv Thursday Aftemn.. Ami I n IQ1Q ' V" - T-nrrmirt - " " - 1 3 -mw 4LHAMBRA MATINEE OPERA HOUSE NIGHT 9 and 18c plus war tax The THURSDAY 12 REELS 12 . n MARY PICKFORD in lwh of a Tomorrow" Mrs. Charlie 'Chaplin in "BORROWED CLOTHES A Mutt and Jeff Comedy and Bray - - ,;, Pictogrsph ' FRIDAY pEX BEACH'S Famous Novel "THE BRAND" a vital drama of Alaska with Kay LanrelL 'SMILING' BIIXTARSONS" in a 2 Reel comedy. Also a Holmes Travelougue. --SATURDAY ELSIE FERGUSON in "The Parisian Wife." Pearl White in The Lightning Raiders." 2 reel Bis V. Comedy. V A LOAD SCREENINGS OR ROCK ) WILL FRESHEN UP YOUR ; DRIVE WAY LIME IN BARRELS OR BAGS F. H. GORDON COAL AND FEED , PHONE 28 SOCIAL AND PERSONAL tertained the Pirate Bridge Mrs. J. J! Greenleaf was hostess to the Pirate Bridge Club Tuesday after. foon. Miss Madge Burnam was the atside guest an dthe thrift stamps were given to Mrs. D. L. Cobb, who made the highest score. At the con tusion of th...

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 April 1919

Hie Daily Register. Richmond Madison County, KeattickyThursday Afternicon, April 1 ), 1919 U i' ; H i ' Hit " ; i- - ; . I , ! ! m - i ; 1 'a A t i- I l x cloak &suir i 3 I PUSHIN BROS. & COMPANY , ' r I , 341-343 W. Mam Street lyJ Proving ;;Otir .Prices ARE jLOWER In This Remarkable Value-Giving Demonstration Sale of N ewes' pring Suits Such as the Women of Richmond Never Bought Before, During or Since 'the War, at Such a Popular Price of $25.00 Mannish Serges, Velours Gabardines, Etc In All Colors -j New Arrivals in Those Captivating Box Coats 1 mi 1 ALL SIZES FOR WOMEN AND MISSES PURCHASE AND SALE OF WOMEN'S AND MISSES' SPRING Dresses - $22.50 GEORGETTES FOULARDS TAFFETA SILKS CREPE DE CHINES SERGES WOOL JERSEYS In wanted colors straightline chemise styles, newest draped tunic and COAT MODELS represented. Dresses EQUAL in every way to those customarily retailed at $30 and $35.. Sizes for women and missesv Soldiers May Retain Uniforms' Maj. Stone Norman has received ad vic...

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. — 11 April 1919

1 hsCLore.L Spots on Piper Established 1 865 53d Ycai No. 112 Richmond Madison County, Kentucky, Friday Afternoon, April 11,1919 Single Copy Five Cenls Print Show ire Through jM(BMI 11 BOYCE TAYLOR IN v- .. JAIL LAST NIGHT Infamous Baptist Preacher At Mur ray Still Defiant Over Fta '- ' Closing Order. Rev. Boyce Taylor, pastor of the Baptist church, at Murray, Ky., twice convicted and twice sentenced to pay fines of $100 for holding: services in his church in violation of the State Board of Health influenza restrictions delivered himself to the sheriff last night and was placed in a cell in the Calloway county jail, having: refused to pay the fine. ' Although members of his congrega tion at firsf were inclined to uphold him in defying.the law, it is said, now that they have stated they do not care whether he goes to jail or not- De claring he has been "persecuted" rath er than "prosecuted" Rev. Taylor says that authorities were not justified in taking him from his pulpit and clos in...

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. — 11 April 1919

v - I f : f f M : r i : i. ; r Vj . I 't l ! ? I, '! : i , - i. 1 Hi V n - -IF i V J 'iSff VI" I I By The Kentucky Mansfield ' Lead and Zinc Syndicate . Exact reproductions of the. checks, received by i oae of the stockholders are here shown. j O w o . 3 y . .....wwr..,. G2 .191 No 21-51 5 In 'January , 395 ;j In February 3 Katactj Kansfleld Lead s Zlae Sjrilesta. Louisville Minefield Lead and Zinc C. I no, - 409 8tarfc Bldfl., Loubwllto, Ky. Inclosed find my check for J... In payment for oharM of atock In the Louisville Mansfield Lead and Zinc Company. Dollars In March :, 2 .'5 g Sg-DOLLARS B O U q JqMSij Kansfild Led eft Zloc Sisdlcata. 21-51 Liai. no H27 s 1 ' -i LoursviLLc.Kr. - Louisville.. Kentucky. " ' x i r -l i : : i ii :g-3T ' ' f .1 - : 'HAM umeirur " i ' I Sloned I i I . G.JL HXA, oS m j xi ----- . .1 i i II K r; 8 T ryvy-vvv : j ' -.y 3" v I Lou.sv.lle. Kentucky, (Ufa. ' y . LOUIS vi LLC. KV.'" - --.-0 .inT! . V 5 - PAY TO THE ORDER OF c' i li 5? . J-t r 75 h- I f r a a...

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

t - 'jVhat's Best for a Cold ? For Colds, Grippe or Influ enzal Colds and all their tor menting SviriDtoms. adults ran f take one or two genuine "Bayer . .Tablets of Aspirin" anytime. If necessary, repeat dose three Jimes a day, after meals. "Bayer Tablets of Aspirin" are far more efficient than quinine in ridding the system ilDT coias, ana me reiier comes Vwithout discomfort or distress. "Raver CW" do genuine Tablet. Buy tnir "Bayer'. Aspirin Is the trade auric of Bayer If anofae ture of Monoaccticacideater of Salicylicacid - Original world-famous tablets. 20 cent package larger rises f Ask for and insist upon "Bayer Tablets of Aspirin." American Owned Entirelvl Build A Fence Around Them (By Associated Press) ' London, April 10 An Amsterdam dispatch reports violent fighting be tween the Hugnarians and Czechs at Ungevar, near the Moravian-Hungarian border. One hundred and fifty Hungarians were killed. The Czechs losses were considerable. Mr. and Mrs-. L. H. Maffett and Mr. Stanley M...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond daily register. — 11 April 1919

The Dally Register, Richmond, Madison County, Ky.' Friday Afternoon, April 1 2, 1919 i ; i-f 2i- : C r -:2 .is i : '.' 1' .."-3 r i y n i This Richmond Man and Woman Ned Meritone Thousands of Others in Rich mond Feel Just Like They Did. Somewhere in Richmond lives this man and woman who are in need of Meritone. Their cases are so much like those of hundreds of other men and women in Richmond and all over this section that they may be exactly like your case and cause you to understand why you feel bad all the time. Haste, hurry and worry are at the .bottom of all this couple's trouble. Hurry Hurts Health Thev eat breakfast hurriedly. No " time is given for the food to digest. The man hurries off to work. The woman hastens to get the children ready for school. - She worries con stantly lest the children not reach school on time. The children off, the woman turns. her attention to the work in her six or seven or eight room house. It is a mountainous task to keep that house in order and...

Publication Title: Richmond Daily Register
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond daily register. — 11 April 1919

4 Hie Daily Register, Richmond, Madison County, Ky. Friday Afternoon. April 1 2, 191 9 - Khambi RA MATINEE - FRIDAY ' "Saturday Beautiful ELSIE FERGUSON PEARL WHITE MONDAY 12 REELS OPERA HOUSE NIGHT REX BEACH'S Famous Novel ofhe Great Oat Doors THE BRAND "with KAY LAUREL. 'SMILING' BILL PARSONS Comedy and a Holmes Travelogue MINA CAVALIER! in "Two Brides." Final episode of "THE IRON TEST." in "THE LIGHTNING RAIDERS i es 9 and 18c, plus war tax m "THE PARISIAN WIFE." A Para-l A Lloyd Comedy. Wm. Duncan in "A mount Picture-- No. 8. 2 Reel Biz V Comedv also. Man of Might." - ' . i i A LOAD SCREENINGS OR ROCK WILL FRESHEN UP YOUR . DRIVE WAY LIME IN CARRELS OR BAGS F. H. GORDON COAL AND FEED PHONE 28 Engagement Announced. ' Mr. and Mrs. James G. Bumaides, of Lancaster, announce' the ' engage ment of their daughter, Miss Anna Belle Burnside, to Mr. John Brown, of Louisville. The wedding will take place in the early summer. Miss Elizabeth Gibbs :. entertained with a beautiful luncheon whi...

Publication Title: Richmond Daily Register
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond daily register. — 11 April 1919

Sludged print The Daily Register", Richmond. Madison County, Ky. Friday Afternoon, April 1 2, 1 1 1 9 Unlon City. n u t i. i V u ii'i ; V 1- r I: I 3 ! i.f: Mr. Arbor D. Tipton left Sunday af ternoon for Marcus, Iowa. Attractive Miss Keyth Bush, of Winchester, is the guest of Miss Polly Kate Reeves. Miss Ethleen Wilson, Miss Dola Powell, Miss Amanda Parks and Mr. and Mrs. Boyd Powell spent Saturday in Lexington. Misses Cora and Verna Dunbar and Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Parks were week end visitors to Mr. and Mrs. Hume Dunbar at Oggtown. Mrs. Nannie Lou Harris, Mr. W. T. Olds, Mr. A. J. Tracy, and Mr. Wm. Dunbar have bought Ford . touring cars. Miss Mary Earle Griggs is at home tor the week from E. K. S. N. Mr. Bonny Tribble, who has been on the sick list for some time, is in Lex ington undergoing treatment., by a specialist. Mr. and Mrs. W. F. 'Parks are re ceiving congratulations on the arrival April 3rd, of a handsome daughter, christened Rachel Summers. Miss Maggie Tribble, Miss Ophel...

Publication Title: Richmond Daily Register
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Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond daily register. — 11 April 1919

f if 'I m .... , ,..r - 7" ; " -WE ANNOUNCE THE OPENING OF THE- - .f T d. v Stadetefceir Sales Supply Co at the DIXIE GARAGE old stand We will carry for the public the following lines, which we consider are the very best money can buy v Motor The new series Studebaker Cars are fast becoming the most popular car for the money. ' We are willing to put any of these cars for comparison against any car in town, in Beauty, Performance, Quality of Workmanship, or in fact any point whatever. If you want a car, go see all the other cars, then come to us and we will show you one that will surpass any of them. This car has Timken axles and bearings, Hotchkiss drive, Sprice universals every part is the very best put on any car. . Our cars are before you for inspection of every detail. We have nothing to hide, no excuses to make. We want comparison with others, then we know what you will do. Ask any of the following persons who own these new cars here in Richmond and see what they think Armer Hi...

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. — 11 April 1919

The Daily Register, Richmond, Madison County, KentuckyFnday Afternoon, April 1 2, IP 1 9 mi v-. i vvi lifts ? i: .i ftir? n Copyright lift Hart Schaffnd & Man ONE OF THE LEADERS THIS is a good illustration of one of the new double-breasted waist-seam suits by Hart Schaffner & Marx Two buttons, slash pockets; a long stylish roll to the lapels; the trim-waist full chested "air" that young men like; it's a fa vorite. Well show you any number of good variations; good raises, too. J. S. STANIFER "FAKE" ASPIRIN WAS TALCUM Therefore Insist Upon Gen' nine "Bayer Tablets of Aspirin" Millions of fradulent Aspirin Tab lets were sold by a Brooklyn manufac turer which later proved to be com posed mainly of talcum powder. "Bayer Tablets of Aspirin" the true, 'genuine, Amreican made and Ameri can owned Tablets, are marked with the safety "Bayer Cross.' Ask for them and insist upon "Bay er Tablets of Aspirin," and always buy them in the original Bayer pack age which contains proper directio...

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. — 12 April 1919

- ,-. .-" ' : '.. V., i A'; ML,! t " " - . rrlrvfc Shovln Throu.-;h f 1 MOT -t. , tablished 1865 53d Year No. Rk-tunoncu Maicfison Cqunty, Kentucky, Saturday Afternoon, April 12, 1919 Single Copx jjye Cer.' bNNER OF BELGIAN ' CROIX DE GUERRE feUt. Earle G. Walker, Hero of Flan ders, Arrives At Home In Berea. Thrice Wounded. ' There has been possibly no soldier t0 has gone from Madison who baa 1 as many thriling experiences and much excitement as hair Lieut. le G. Walker, who 'returned .to his jme in Berea this weekT after spend- many months on the battle fields .... m :a Europe. Although ne was wince mnded and gassed severely on an- er occasion, Lieut Walker has en-1 Jy recovered and shows no. effects his gruelling experience jwnne ir there. ihrt. Walker was one-: of the-first answer the call of his country, and is commissionec. uicukhouw mm cond Officers', Training earap -at Ft irrison, and from there was. trans- rred to the 84th division (Lincoln vision), with which he sailed soon...

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 April 1919

The Daily Register, Richmond Madison County, Ky. Saturday Afternoon, April 1 2, 1919 hi Old Dominion Portland Cement Richmond Daily Register S. M. Saufley, Editor ft Proprietor Entered at the postoffice in Richmond, Ky., as second class mall matter un der Act of Congress of 18755. The Daily Register is s member of l'he Associated Press which is exclu sively entitled to the use for publica "tion of all news credited to it or not therwise credited to this paper, and 'dls othe local news published herein. All rights of publication of special dispatches herein are also reserved. With Paul Burnam, chairman, and E. W. Glass in charge of publicity, the Fifth Liberty Loan is starting off auspiciously in Madison. If these two "boys" cannot "put it over" no JVMERICANS MAKING GOOD , AT SIXTY-FIVE Don't worry about old age. A sound nan is good at any age. Keep your body in good condition and you can be as hale and hearty and able to "do your bit" as when you were a young fellow. Affections of t...

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. — 12 April 1919

The Daily Register, Richmond, Madison County, Ky. Saturday Afternoon, April 12, 1919 ALHAMBRA MATINEE OPERA HOUSE NIGHT Prices 9 and 18c plus war tax SATURDAY PEARL WHITE '.. -:.'V" ' ' ..-;" MONDAY 12 REELS W. D. Griffith Presents 'The Romance of Happy Valley" with LILLIAN GISH ROBT. HAR RON. NO ADVANCE IN PRICES Wm. Duncan in "A MAN OF MIGHT" ELSIE FERGUSON ' as "THE PARISIAN WIFE in "THE LIGHTNING RAIDERS' IMINA CAVALIER! in "Two Brides." Harold Lloyd Comedy & Screen 7 Telegram -- : . No. 8. 2 Reel Big V. Comedy also. Final episode of "THE IRON TEST." A LOAD SCREENINGS OR ROCK WILL - -FRESHEN UP YOUR DRIVE WAY LIME IN BARRELS OR BAGS F. H. GORDON COAL AND FEED PHONE 28 SOCIAL AND PERSONAL Miss Mattie Elder spent Tuesday in Lexington. Miss Dorothy Perry was a shopper in Lexington Thursday. Prof. Wren J. Grinstead is spend ing the week in Atlanta. Mr. J. A. Kunkle left Friday for a week-end visit to Cincinnati. Mr. Mat Shearer returned Friday from a business trip to Cincinnati....

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 April 1919

Print Showing Through 1 7 -. The Daily Register, Richmond, Madison County, KentuckySaturday Afternoon, ApriL 12,1919 . si !?(!! is.;;'.- ii:rt am "i - .TV -. -.1 F i : . i : : 7 :.: t iff;: ' k V';'aV- ' 4 is ""' The Tri-State pays more for each man's creams in his own can because the quality of the cream is better. . Ton see, the agency system of buying cream mixes all patrons', cream when shipping and all the patrons care and attention .-to sis cream goes for nanght for one gallon of poor cream win affect many gallons of good cream and that's exactly what happens and the result an inferior quality of cream when received by the creamery. The Tri-State way of DIRECT DEALING gives us each man's cream in his own can. ' . . - Yew cream and cans are guaranteed against hiss. If yon hare E cans, write for Free Trial Cans. So and . Freight PER POUND FOR BUTTER-FAT ' APRIL 6th to APIUX 13th. Inclusive The Tri-State Butter Co United States Food Administration License No. G 18152 CINCINNATI, ...

Publication Title: Richmond Daily Register
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond daily register. — 14 April 1919

Smudged rsrlnt Established 1865 53d Yeai No. 114 fuchmood. Madison County, Kenttieky, Monday Afternoon, "April 14, 1919 METEOR CAUSES HAVOC , IN NEARBY COUNTIES Comet Fall Near Stanford, Shaking Up Number of Towna Trying r- To Locate "Ball of Fire." A few days ago, Somerset, Stanford, ML Vernon, Danville, and other towns south of here, were considerably shak-en-up and the general opinion was that a meteor had fallen somewhere In that section. '. The State Geologist is making an effort to locate the cause of this phenomena, and .has asked the Daily Register to publish" the foil ow ing: : . - News has come to us that what was probably a meteor passed over a por tion of southern Kentucky about noon of April 9th. As I am interested in such phenomena I would like to have you announce through your columns that I would be pleased to receive more detailed information concerning this event from persons who witness ed ft; and in particular X would like, the. following: ; ... . ; ; - 1 At what...

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. — 14 April 1919

J. Hie Daily Register, Richmond, Ma&sonCbintfr Ky- Monday: Afternoon, Aprir f4V 1919 ' ' f J: 111 V Don't Worry If You Use Old Dominion Portland Cement AND Apex Wall Plaster ;v Every Sack Is Tested. LI BDainitoini College Hill Jlllj ' Mr' Deward Lawrence and Mrs. Lawrence and two interesting children of Lexington, visited Mr. and Mrs De ward Griggs front Friday until Mon day. 'J . Messrs. G. Leslie Eqward3, Charles Weber, and Clarence Bogie attended the big. sale of army horses at Louis ville, Friday and Saturday. Mr. George Ginter has purcbased a handsome new touring car. ', Dr. R. B. Combs has returned from a month's stay in Florida. , - ' : Mr. M. B. Hill is on the sick Est this week. , ' ' , . Sunday School was reorganized here Snuday afternoon, after having been closed all winter. Everyone is cordial ly, invited to attend. ,. Richmond Daily Register '3. M. Sanfley, Editor & Proprietor Entered at the postoffice in Richmond, Ky., as second class mall matter un der Act of ...

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. — 14 April 1919

.,1 .V r ' The Daily Register, Richmond, Mansion County, Ky. Monday Afternoon, April 1 4, 1919 w -,' TUESDAY- ALHAMBRA MATINEE OPERA HOUSE NIGHT . MONDAY 12 REELS LIN A CAVALIEEI in TWO BRIDES. Last Episode of . ., "The Iron Test." Wm. Duncan in A MAN OF MIGHT' Harold Lloyd . Comedy &, Screen ; ' - Telegram - , ' ' " " ' WEDNESDAY .Z v f aichase m '. HIDDEN TRUTH." Billy West Com- T'1- edy and a freest --r-V .:v-'- ".V ; D. W. Griffith, Presents , ; ? '; ! "A Romance, o Happy 'Yalley wOi .'', - Lillian Gish and Robt Harron. 2 Reel Sennett Comedy and Weekly also.' 'I! . Prices 9 and 18c plu3 war tax 1- - - ,'ofltrr fDHGETi organ, 'and Mr.: Clay Southerland, of Paris, who sang in his usual impres sive manner, "Oh Promise Me." The bridesmaids were Miss Mary Ross, of Paris, and. Miss . Elizabeth Caywood, of North Middletown, Miss Delio Tin- TIE A STRING ON YOUR FINGER or do something that will make you remember that we sell BUILDING MATERIAL. If you are contemplating building, let u...

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