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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond daily register. — 14 April 1919

The Dairy Register. Richmon d. Maaison County; KentuckyMon'day AfterriaOn, April M, 1919 If r HI M in!' : ft - - i-? Vt : . m i ll .fi 2 s:a I .1 '.' ' iii'X IS is : ' :' U llirih 1: I 4 . pi FREEQFISfR The Plan is simple For yon and your friends No red tape attached to these gifts. Bead the following par agraphs and be convinced that the gifts are spontaneous and are gladly given to our friends and customers. During the month of April, as pre viously anonunced in our large adver tisement, which appeared last weclr. ye wish to again impress upon your minds that any day that you call at our store you will receive either- Cleaning Brushes for Vic trolas or Talking Machines. One package of Victrola Needles. One Roll for your. Player Piano. One beautiful piece of Aluminum Ware. And remember these are all FREE. To get either of these gifts you are only required to call at our store and register your name and address as an owner of any make of talking machine r player-piano, or Majestic R...

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. — 15 April 1919

Established 1865 53d Yeai No. 115 Rkhmond, Madison County, 'j&ntueky, Tuesday Afternoon, April 15, 1919 ' Single Copy Five Cents Peace "Brings UsMouths to Feed Infirmary Bazaar Proves BOOTLEGGERS MEET Magnificent Success Even the little yellow and white JUDGE SMITH JEWISH RELIEF NEARING GOAL $1,400 Subscribed Up To Last Night Workers Hope To Complete Quota Before End of Week. A good start was made yesterday in the drive for the Jewish Relief fund. . Fifteen teams started out early in . the morning with the ac customed . enthusiasm which has characterized previous drives.. Only about half of the city teams have reported so far. Most of the work will be completed today. However, a few of the workers will not finish their territory until the last of the week. Miss Davis is pushing the canvass at the Eastern Kentucky State Normal and there is assur ance that they will go over the top. No reports have come in from the country teams as yet but they are at work. Chairman O. Olin Green ...

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. — 15 April 1919

7 :, -.: 1: 7 -. ft ki rn !t J. Jill . J Thebaily Regkter Hkhmond MacSsoa County, Ky. V-l .Tuesday Afternoon April 15, 1919 How About That 3 1 - Tv- Let Us FiQ It With tiomi All indications point to higher prices r ' :; ; JJeDDnc Gcsall "PIE LATEST NEWS "f? The petition alleges that the cow wag kept-byAe oppress company for water or fe4f M-kind. -?--:. i.r E..H. Corley, of Glasgow, has been nain&l ljtwit t Inspector and rinm'TilrCorte Recently resigit edi " position wlth an Eastern air- Iplane plant where lie was - connected rat- jWSth.a' first act of warning' to bacco growers 'against raising " "a larger- "tobacco' thkd heretofore, the Kentucky Loose Leaf Tobacco Ware house Association was formed in Louisville Saturday with Silas :Shel- bourne of Lexington president, N: L Buster, secretary. -x y piane piani wnere jie waa - conneciea 1?fiF fh Pepaffj&'nTf o? Inspector and fcxanunerj5 "Sw fee. WW Richmond Daily Register 8. M. Saafley, Editor & Proprietor Entered at the po...

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. — 15 April 1919

TKe Daily Register, ffohinon& Matep County, Ky. Tuesday Afternoon, April 15, 1919 $HAMBRA MATINEE PERA HOUSE NIGHT , ES-Chiiareu59e and - le war ; Adults, ISc and 2c war tx. TUESDAY f a- "CUPID;S BAY (Mfe" :f 2-Becl Sennett Coined and Hearst WEDNESDAY BILLY WEST '4' In a 2-Rel Comedy. A Current Events Weekly Abo Ml D. . prifi&th Pmento wijjj$ah pish and Robe jlaron Chas. Richman & Anns Chase ' trte 'Famwia prim donnas in "Hid ( TnOHJ A Select Production. -' ' 1 ! -' . -, ' - POti., . ft OU CAN BE THE JUDGE we will leave the decison in hands. If you do not find faction in our COAL vil not expect a continuance of patronage. we don't please you let us know If we do please you tell your :ls. F. H. GORDON PHONE 28 v Mra. John Steele, of NicholasviUe, Is visiting her daughter, Mrs. Allen Zarin& " - - 4 Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Marrs of Law reneeburg, were Nvith frlehds hers Monday. Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Grider have ta- - I ken rooms at Madison Institute for Ithe sununer. . . : , '...

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. — 15 April 1919

J Ihe Uaily Kegistef, Kichmond, Madison lounty, Kentucky luesaay atternoon, April u, 17I7 mm m. . ' a m - - ' r. mr ' i -n i t. - a ! r mm., Watch Your Child's Tongue! Constipated Children Gladly Take 'California Syrup of Figs91 For the Liver and Bowels Tell your druggist you want genuine "California Syrup of Figs." Full directions tnd dose for babies and children of all ages who are constipated, bilious, feverish, tongue coated, or full of cold, are plainly printed on the bottle. Look for the name "California" and accept no other "Fig Syrup." Beware I COLORED COLUMN (J. W. Cobb) Pride of Kentucky, K. of P. Lodge, No. 15, Lilly Court No. 9 and Emma J. Matney Juvenile Lodge held their annual Thanksgiving service at the First Baptist church Sunday, March 30th. A large crowd was present. The address was delivered by Dr. W. H. Ballard, of Lexington, whose sub jec twas the "Negro and National Re construction." He held his audience spellbound, for an hour and five min utes and at times th...

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. — 16 April 1919

.t El(DIHlM(D)K HI) UMlULIf 3GISTE Established 1 865 53d Yeai No. 116 uchmond. Madison County, Kentucky, Wednesday Afternoon, April 16,1919 Single Copy Five Cents '31: 1 S f- 9 9 COMMENDED FOR . VAIMAT VERDUN lit. Lucien Patton Mentioned For Conspicuous Bravery By Hit Commanding Officer Another one of Madison's Own e t it ;as maae a name ior mmseu in he world war. Lucien Patton, vas born and raised in this city, ut lately of Louisville, has' been fiitea ior tunspicuous uiavcij' Searing the last days of the fight- ngr near the Somediene section at erdun. He attended the Second pfficers Training camp at rort Iarrison where he won an ofh- J'-e armistice was signed, held the -U &, - . T 1 i. ,:t J. r irsx lieuxenani. hiei. Patton at the ime war as declared was holding down a esponsible position in Pittsburg, at heeded the call ot nis country Jar men and after winning his ommission was assigucu w nt 1st "Wildcat" division and sailed or overseas in July, 1918, and i-as sent to the fro...

Publication Title: Richmond Daily Register
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond daily register. — 16 April 1919

f r The Daily Register, Richmond, Madison County, Kentucky Wednesday 'Afternoon, April 16, 1919 ! V-- Hi., J v is, .1 it :. 1 - - . i 1 i r! ' ,1 I f 'i t i Ml ons of Catarrh Germs Afloat in the Air i Atmosphere is Laden With Germs of The Disease. Every person afiUcted with Catarrh releases millions of the tiny disease perms with every cough or sneeze, so that whenever on the street cars or Street or other public place yon see a person afflicted with this disease hawking and coughing and sneezing, everyone in their vicinity is exposed to the disease. ii"ou along with everyone else will ifind yourself exposed to the germs" of Catarrh several times every day. The germs multiply by the millions, and the air you breathe is thick with these tiny little disease demons that cause so much distress and suffering. Catarrh is one of the most stubborn aiseases, and is always worse in cold, damp and disagreeable weather. It Bhould not, however, De consiuereu in curable, though there are thousand...

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. — 16 April 1919

the DaOy Register. Richmond, Madison County, Kentucky W-dnesday Afternoon, April 6, 1919 r ALHAMBRA MATINEE OPERA HOUSE NIGHT PRICES Children 9c and lc war tax; Adults, 18c and 2c war tax. TONIGHT BILLY WEST Comedy and a Weekly Also THURSDAY MUTT & JEFF in Around the World in Nine Minutes; Also a Pictograph Anna Chase & Chas. Richman , in "HIDDEN TRUTH" FANNIE WARD in "THE YELLOW TICKET" The Lexington Leader says: Mrs. C. D. Chenault, is in Washington City this week to represent the Boonesboro chapter of the D. A. R. at the Continental Congress. STOP! LOOK! LISTEN! It's a warning every one should heed. We invite your attention to the satisfaction others have found in their business relations with us, and ask your patronage sh. when in need of i v tu- COAL V F. H. GORDON PHONE 28 SOCIAL AND PERSONAL Entertained at dinner Mr. and Mrs. William Clark, were hosts at an elaobrate dinner for a number of their friends Thursday. Those who shared the charming hos pitality were Mr. and...

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. — 16 April 1919

the Daily Register. Richmond, Madison County, Kentucky Wednesday Afternoon, April 16, 1919 ALHAMBRA RIATINEE r OPERA HOUSE NIGHT PRICES Children 9c and . lc war tax; Adults, 18c jnd 2c war tax. TONIGHT BILLY WEST Comedy and a Weekly Also THURSDAY MUTT & JEFF in ' ' ... . Around the World in Nine Minutes; Also a Pictograph Anna Chase & Chas. Richnuuf in "HIDDEN TRUTH" FANNIE WARD in "THE YELLOW TICKET" STOP! LOOK! LISTEN! It's a warning every one s'hould heed. We invite your attention to the satisfaction others have found in their business relations with us, and ask your patronage sitjwhen in need of iv tu- COAL . V F. H. GORDON PHONE 28 SOCIAL AND PERSONAL Entertained at dinner Mr. and Mrs. William Clark, were hosts at an elaobrate dinner for a number, of their friends Thursday. Those who shared the charming hos pitality were Mr. and Mrs.. Foster Clark, Mrs. W. K. Jones, Mr. and Mrs. A. W. Grinstead, and daughter, Mrs. J. R. Robinson, and daughter, Mrs. Arch Dedman, Mrs. Hug...

Publication Title: Richmond Daily Register
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond daily register. — 16 April 1919

I. Hie Daily Register. Richmond, Madison County, Kentucky Wednesday Afternoon, April 1 6, 1919 - ALHAMBRA MATINEE OPERA HOUSE NIGHT PRICES Children 9c and lc war tax; Adults, 18c ,and 2c war tax. TONIGHT BILLY WEST Comedy and a Weekly Also THURSDAY MUTT & JEFF in -Around the World in Nice Minutes ; Also a Pictograph Anna Chase & Chas. Richman" R in "HIDDEN TRUTH" FANNIE WARD in "THE YELLOW TICKET" STOP! LOOK! ' LISTEN! It's a warning every one should heed. We invite your attention to the satisfaction others have found in their business relations with us, and ask your patronage sou. when in need of iv tu- COAL ' V ',. F. H. GORDON - PHONE 28 SOCIAL AND PERSONAL Entertained at dinner Mr. and Mrs. William Clark, were hosts at an elaobrate dinner for a number, of their friends Thursday. Those who shared the charming hos pitality were Mr. and Mrs.. Foster Clark, Mrs. W. K. Jones, Mr. and Mrs. A. W. Grinstead, and daughter, Mrs. J. R. Robinson, and daughter, Mrs. Arch Dedman, Mrs....

Publication Title: Richmond Daily Register
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond daily register. — 16 April 1919

pmt Showing TnroLii J The Daily Register, Richmond, MaSson County, Kentucky ' Wednesday Afternooru April 16, 1 91 ' V. ; Si ?.' --t IliYY 4 H 1 i ri' r 5 ) :u.- - ." 1 I Y i. V I m The Value of Home-baked Foods It goes without saying that home : : baked foods are fresher and more -wholesome, and economical thau : factory-baked foods. " ; ; ; ; When one remembers how easy and " sure is baking with Royal Baking Powder, it is understood why thoughtful, thrifty women are today baking more than ever. Health is protected and qualityin sured by baking at home with BaZsing Powder Absolutely Pure Made from Cream of Tartar derived from grapes Royal Contains No Alum Leaves No Bitter Tasto 'Irs. Margaret Brummett, 63, died at her home at Lancaster Friday, of Brirht's disease. TYPEWRITERS now on sale. See E. T. Wiggins at this office- 94 tf r Make your purchases of flour Made Here at Home Don't spend your money for flour shipped in, when you can get good flour made here and SrSen you help to boo...

Publication Title: Richmond Daily Register
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond daily register. — 17 April 1919

lcre.d Spots on Pfxtr ff - j'. ... 3MSTE urn1 ktablished 1865 53d Ycai No. 1 17 nuauuviu wmuij llllUR-Jf , lllUI&Uciy "VI ICIlimjll, April I , 1717 Single Copy Five Ccr. 25C 4 6 0 PYRAMID COMPANY PAYS DIVIDEND Local Men Interested In Com pany Which Fays & rer On Valuable Lease. ' . .. The Pyramid Oil Company held a directors meeting in Louisville dividends' .payable April 25th ,to Tuesday and declared a 5 per cent stockholders on record "April 18. r::iotiHc nf 5 ner cent will als'o flbe paid in May and June, and be- ginning m juiy tne wviueuus w. be paid quarterly 1 instead of monthly. The company announ ces that offices will be moved from Louisville to Winchester. Over $100,000 worth of oil was sold during the last month, which left the company with $50,000 as" surplus which will be used to de velop their properties. Local men interested in the , company are W. O. Mays, S. W. Norman, G D. Simmons and Burton Rob erts. The stock of this company jumped to $3.55 Vn the. oil ex ...

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. — 17 April 1919

s X The Daily kestfster, Richmond, Madison County, Ky. Thursday Afternoon, April 17, 1919 . ; " . ' " - - ...... - . . .-- "mi I -k ' SSmnimrffv X MaiI Mff A r Moil Check: g ,.7 U U JCheck B tr At Once , IJI Once Here's warning! The price of stock in the Louisville mansneia L.eaa Z4nc Company will-advance next : . Saturday, April 19. This is final notice take heed! i JI?lemb?r-T(Jst) that this company owns the leases on four tracts (of 40 acres,each) at Mansp fieW, Missoun, right where the mother, lode in the great Ozark lead ahd'zinc district is nearest the surtace, (2d), that this company has proven its holdings by drilling and ia already sinking the first shatt lor its first mill, and (3d)that the officers and directors of Ihe Louisville Mansfield Lead & Zinc Oo. are chiefly the same gentlemen las those of the Kentucky Mansfield Lead & Zinc Syndicate, wnich companalready in operation, paid a monthly dividend of 2 in January, 3 in February and 6oo m March. One thing's sure...

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. — 17 April 1919

I.. !. 1! ..T' . -! f': i' - r , 4 i ' - J 7 1 5 'I j ( r ! ' 1 1 3 The Daily Register, Richmond,' Madison County, Ky. 'Thursday Afternoon, April 1 7, 1 9 1 9 - . v. . i. - : r ; 1 i - , II 1 : 1 . 30) , r . At r ii - m . . i i fl waminflrl Mansheld Saturday April The price of ctcckrih the Louioville c ComDanv vill- 19. This is final notice Lead & Zin advance 5 3&3i '. 'vis tr; '" i j Pernb?r7(f st) ,that this company owns the leases on four tracts (of 40 acres,each) at Mans field, Missouri, right where the mother, lode in the great Ozark lead and zinc district is nearest the -surtace, (2d), that this company has proven its holdings by drilling and ia . already sinking the -first shaft for its first mill, and (3d), .that the officers and directors of ' the Louisville Mansfield Lead & Zinc to. are chiefly the same gentlemen las those of the Kentucky Mansfield Lead & Zinc Syndicate, which company, already m operation, paid a monthly dividend of 2 in Jariuary;3 in Febru...

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. — 17 April 1919

The Daily Register, Richmond, Macfcson Couaty, Kentucky fhr :rday Afternoon, April 1 7 , 1919 nwii-i ry-i y if if .... " 7 . u j uj ui i u uu u uuu v mi num.. ;m n r r $ 9 1 AT 10 A M.' The Interstate Land Auction Company, of Bristol, Tenn., Selling Agents for W. A. Houston,' Agent, will off erf or sale, at public auction, for the High . Dollar, the . v property of A. Tf Stovall, known as THE KLONDIKE FAR. AT 11 O'CLOCK A. M. , 1022 rich, black acres subdivided into pine small farms of 80 to 258 acres each on a rock road right ata good town; highly improved; fenced-and cross-fenced; ve:i watered. ' The cream of the black belt lands, known as the' JOIIf! SCI11IDT FilfJl adjoining the town of Okolona, Miss, consisting of 750 acres, more or less. : H This highly improved farm, bordered on two sides by rock highways, and adjoin- - ; The finest Alfalfa, Corn; Clover and Hay lands on earth; the home of fine hogs K ing the city limits of Okolona, Miss., on the M. & 0. -Railroad, has be...

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. — 17 April 1919

The Daily Register. Richmond, Madison County, Ken tiA-kj Thursday Afternoon April I 7, 1919 ' X7 R73 How About That CoaD LA ( YT Let Us Fill It With All indications point to higher prices Richmond Daily Register '8. M. S-nfley, Editor ft Proprietor 'Entered at the postoffice in Richmond, Ky., as second class mall matter un der Act of Congress of 13J56. The Daily Register is a men&er of The Associated Press which is exclu sively entitled to the use- for publica tion of all news credited to it or not otherwise credited to this paper, ard als othe local news pnblished herein. All rights of publication of special dispatches herein are also reserved. Here, Here, Everywhere Nine hundred and forty seven men attend the Baracoa class of the first Baptist ' church at Middlesboro Sun day, and the total attendance of the whole Sunday school was 1,350. Lead ers of the school and class claim this in the largest in te state and they are working to increase this number. Upon motion of W. W. Wis...

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. — 17 April 1919

'"The Daily Register. Richmond, Madison County, Kentucky Thursday Afternoon, April I 7, 1919 ( n T7 How About That Let Us Fill It With All indications point to higher prices . z3 " V ;i,f in ' 5 1! ; .? - : 1 "; r si? ':! V : .. ''it HI. Mr ill if Hi Richmond Daily Register B. M. Sanfley, Editor ft Proprietor Entered at the postoffice in Richmond, Ky., as second class man matter un der Act of Congress of 18J55. The Daily Register is i menujer of The Associated Press which is exclu sively entitled to the use for publica tion of all news credited to it or not otherwise credited to this paper. ard As othe local news published herein. All rights of publication of special dispatches herein are also reserved. Here, There, Everywhere Nine hundred and forty seven men attend the Baracoa class of the First Baptist church at Middlesboro Sun day, and the total attendance of the whole Sunday school was 1,350. Lead ers of the school and class claim this in the largest in te state and they are wor...

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. — 17 April 1919

m The Daily Register, Richmond, Madison G)unty, Kentucky Thursday Afternoon; April 17; 1919 ALHAMBRA MATINEE -OPERA HOUSE NIGHT : : PRICES Children . 9c and lc War tax; Adults, 18c and 2c war tax. : THURSDAY ; MUTT & JEFF In' Around the World in Nine Minutes; Also a Pictograph FRIDAY Ladies pay 2 Ladies Admitted for 1 Admission '- LOUIS BENNIS0N IN ' ; f i "SANDY BURKE OF THE U-BAR-U" " BILL PARSONS IN" ' 2 REEL COMEDY andaTRAVELOUGUE FANNIE WARD in 4THE YELLOWTICKET" STOP! LOOK! LISTEN! It's a warning every one should heed. ' We invite your' attention to the satisfaction others have found in their business relations with us, and ask your patronage when in need of , COAL F. H. GORDON , , PHONE 28 SOCIAL AND PERSONAL D. A. B. Meeting The Boonesboro Chapter of the Daugters of the American Revolution was deligtfully entertained by Mrs. James Neale, Monday afternoon' at her home on West Main street.' The meeting was presided over as usually the Regent, Mrs. James W. Caperton. "Art o...

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. — 17 April 1919

The MvRftrister. Richmond, MacKscn County, Ky. Thursday Afternoon, April 17, 1919 X c - WHITE HALL - fe have, been having some very pretty weather. .- Farmers have been busy burning plant beds, plowing and planting garden, in this community. 3oU58lO(i! Mr. Roscoe Whitiock has purchase a la nwe Ford car. ' - - mm : J "J ( . : v" m " " ' i -. s :- 1 1 "t ' . ) " : : .. It: .n t The Compliment Paid the Hot Spot Chalmers 'by other Makers SO successful has been the public response,to the Hot Spot feature of the Chalmers and so readily and consistently has this device made ggod that . imitations are now beginning to appear on other cars. "Yes, we too have a Hot Spot device on our car," is a comment to be heard daily in other motor establishments. '-' There are two vital weaknesses in the imitation s First, die Hot Spot is not efficient without the Ram's horn. Second, the Ram's-horn is not a device that can be ''fitted to", any motor.; The motor must be : designed to fit the Ram's-horn. It...

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. — 17 April 1919

1111 The. Daily Register, Richmond, Madison County Ky-Thursday Afternoon, April 17, 1919 mil' i - - m H , . m . -i wrr- Life Was a Misery Mn. F. M. Jones, of Palmer, OkfcL, writeas "From the time I ea. tered into womanhood . i. I looked wiflt dread; Iioui one mocth to- the next I suffered with my .back and bearing-down pain, until life to me was S misery. ' I would think I could not endure the pala any loafer, and I gradually got worse.. . . Nothing seemed to help me until, one day, ... I decided to ; TAKE Ikz Woman's Tcc i M I took four botflef," Mrs. Jones goes on to say, "and was not only -greatly relieved, but can truthfully say that I hare not a pain. . . "It has now been two years since 1 tookCardui, and I am atfll in good health. ... I would ad rise any woman or girl to use Ca-dui who is a sufferer frcm any female troutfle." If you suffer pain caused from womanly trouble, or if you feel the need of a good strengthening tonic to build up your run-down system, take the advice O...

Publication Title: Richmond Daily Register
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