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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond daily register. — 22 April 1919

v4 u The Daily Register, Richmond, Madison County, Ky. Tuesday Afternoon, April 22, 1919 IMPRESSIVE SERVICE AT CHRISTIAN CHURCH ; f r i . v '-. I1' m mi J 11 4 if?; i- i V ) ft Ml 1;J 0 j in A Valuable- 72-page Cook Book 1 Handsomely Illustrated in CoScrs SEND FOR IT TODAY It's not often that you get an oppor tunity to secure so valuable a Cook Book. It is not often we can make this offer. It is too expensive. For convenience sake use the slip found in 1-lb. cans of Calumet Baking Powder sold by your grocer for 30 cents. If you prefer buying the 10-cent sizes, send three of the slips fronr the 10-cent cans. Onlv include in either case three 2-cent stamps to cover cost of wrapping, mailin and postage, and the book will be sent you at once. This recipe book contains 276 home helps . which every housewife should know, explaining how to make work in the home easiei how to reduce the cost of food and prepare them in a tasty way. "Many of the recipes have never before been given to the Pu...

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. — 23 April 1919

flwii Established 1865 53d Year NoM 22 Richmond, Madison County, Kentucky, Wednesday Aftern oon; April 23, 1919 Single Copy Five Cenl 4 9 3 D 1 ITALY'S CLAIM STILL UNSOLVED Roman Delegation Refuse To Attend Peace Conference Bat Wilson Is Firm ' (By Associated Press) Paris, April 23-Bulletin The Italian delegation to the Peace Conference today reasserted their determination to stand " firm on Today's Weather Generally fair tonight and on Thursday; somewhat cooler on Ihursday m north and west sec tions. WILSON EXPLAINS HIS POSITION ON FIUME (By Associated Press) Paris', April 23 President Wil son, m a statement today explain ration to duiiui uiui . -, . . . if - A . . .. question of Fiume, indicating tnat r"6 ry 7 " 2nless the council changed & po- kstion, declares that Frame can sition, the delegation would not -".v-w""-- return to the Conference. PALl Z? An early settlement of the dif- aundi., ficulty is consequently thought to has changed since It- equally as' firm as the Itali...

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. — 23 April 1919

The Daily Register, Richmond, Madison County, Ky. Wednesday Afte'm&uu,. April 23, 1919 : i . r . i' i: i .1 S 1 j .'iff '-' -fr .'. i f.' i r -r rr .i . f ' r.-Jt ur J Hi: .5 li'i :1 : i : v . v i mi- 1 . if ? t . .it l.'.l '11 i1' to .1 "I Tf COAL, SALT, ARE BRICK AND CLAY, LIME, . ; SAND, CEMENT, WALL PLASTER, PLASTER s 1 PARIS, HAY, STRAW, OATS, CORII MILL FED, HORSE FEED, HOG FEED . - ' L. M. -ISIanton IF YOU PONT SEE ABOVE YOUR NEEDS, ASK US j by these . Jews in the work of re construction. But it seems clear that Palestine cannot be restored with out the credit of the British treas ury behind the work. The jjeople of Palestine have no ' craving for in dependence. They want the Britisn flag to continue to fly over Jerusalem and ask . nothing ; better than ' that Palestine shall be ' restored ' by the British government. ..' Richmond Daily Register .-S. M. SAIFLEY, Editor and Proprietor Entered at the postofTice In Richmond as second class mail matter under Act of Congress o...

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. — 23 April 1919

The Dally Register. Richmond, Madison County, Kenrtickji Wednesday Afternoon, April 23, 19JQ ALHAMBRA TONIGHT THURSDAY - t BILYWEST FRIDAY TOM MOORE IN "A Man arid His Money" Bill Parson Comedy, Travelogue MATINEE and NIGHT Prices 9c and lc war tax Prices 18c and 2c war tax AUCE BRADY in "The World to Live In" Pauline Frederick in Bella Donrn 2 Reel Sunshine Comedy and P'c tograph and Mutt & Jeff Come Zy in "PLAYMATES" and a Weekly YiPERA CHES DAVIS MUSICAL REVUE STOCK COMPANY Prices Adults 50c and 5c war tax; Children 22c and "3c war tax; Balcony 22c and 3c war tax CHANGE OF BILL EACH NIGHT SHOW STARTS PROMPT 8: 15 P. M. SOUSE ALL THIS WEEK NEW 4 F. H. GORDON SOCIAL AND PERSONAL Birthday Party. .. Miss Spicy Lee Peririas was hostess to a lovely party Saturday evening in honor of her seventeenth birthday and about forty of her friends were resent. Music and games were en- toyed during the hour, and delight ful refreshments were served. The table was beautifully decorated and Eas...

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. — 23 April 1919

r- TKgDaBy hegisterrKichmond, Madison County, Ky. Wednesday Afternoon, April 23, 1919 1 TRADE MARK The City of GOODRICH Akron. Ohio MOW THE TRUE TEST OF PATRIOTISM Under the stress and terror of war it didn't take a great deal of pa triotism to buy bonds. But your bonds help ed crush German mili tarism, brought vic tory and again, we are at peace. Now, when the ene my no longer threatens' you are put to the true test of patriotism. Be the first to sub-' scribe show the peo ples of the world that America can finish the 2 JOD job in the glorious manner in which her ariny aim navy over came every obstacle before them. . INVEST IN VICTORY BONDS The best investment in the world. Your money back in four years. High rate of in terest 4f-4 per cent. Easy terms the best way to save money Buy Goodrich Tires from a Dealer ' BEST1NTHE LONG RUN' bill' Here, There, Everywhere After being in service . abroad for nine months, Luther (Poosey) Hen dren reached horns last night, having received his di...

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 April 1919

4 established 1 865r53d Year No. 1 23 ?Jchmond. Madison County, Kentucky, Thursday Afternoon, April 24, 1919 single Copy Five Lei "WE DO HOT BREAK . WITH OUR ALLIES" So Says Italian Premier On Leav ing Paris Today Grave Sit uation In Italy. (By Associated Press) Paris', April 24 Bulletin Ital ian Premier Orlando this morn ing reiterated that he would leave Paris today. He added, however, "We do not break with our allies, but hand over our interests to their hands, trusting they will loyally fulfill their misson." Orlando's departure was first fixed for two o'clock this after noon, but was postponed until 8 tonight. He issued a statement replying to President Wilson, as serting that he was compelled to withdraw frQtn the peace confer ence after President - Wilson had declared Fiume should not be given to Italy, which statement Orlando regarded as premature. Orlando said the statement is regarded as a departure from dip lomatic customs and left the Ital ians no course but to withdraw....

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 April 1919

We DroDose to inaugurate the greatest Furniture Sale ever held in Madison county. This is a broad statement to make, but we ; mean exactly what we say. We have one of the greatest stocks bf furniture, not only in Richmond, but in the entire county of Madison, and camparing favorably with Lexington, Louisville, and other cities and beginning FRIDAY, APRIL 25th, and continuing throughout the 26th, we will put on this tremendous Furniture Sale. We have the best selections of the leading factories of the nation, consisting of the latest period designs m rurniture, also a complete stock ot medium priced Standard rurniture. this is not a take sate we have never had one and never intend to. We started in the rurniture business m Kichmond May ZDth, I V I o one year ago and m one oi tne larg- est store rooms in the city. Uur capital was small but our methods were honest, and in order to take care or our increasing business, we were compelled to lease the large store room adjoining us, and to...

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 April 1919

The Daily Register. Richmond, Madison County. KnJcV Thursday Afternoon, April 24. 1919 SATURDAY ALHAMBRA - Friday TONIGHT CHAS RAY. in The Girl Dodger "THE GIRL DODGER ; The Lightning Raiders No. IS e.x.1 a Big V Comedy. Mutt & Jeff Cartoon; 2 reel Sun shine Comedy; A Pictograph also RHl Pr.nn in "TTip Rio, Z ain MATINEE and NIGHT PAULINE FREDERICK in ' Prices 9c and lc war tax . jpi DONNA" Prices 18c and 2c war tax fiLLLA TOM MOCRE IN "A Man ml 1 oney" A Holmes Travelogue CUES DAVIS MUSICAL REVUE STOCK COMPANY Prices Adults 50c and 5c war tax; Children 22c and 3c waf tax; Balcony 22c and 3c war tax OPERA HOUSE ALL THIS WEEK ciiANGE OF BILL EACH NIGHT T SHOW STARTS PROMPT 8:15 P. l Mr. W D. Oldham, is in Cincinnati this week NEW I 2 4 F. H. GORDON SOCIAL AND PERSONAL Club Meeting The Chromatic Club met with Miss Sara Luxon Monday afternoon, at her home in West Main The program was given by mem bers including: Misses Elmer Kath- erine Douglas, Olivia Colyer, Mary Shearer, Bettae ...

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 April 1919

: ... I for an ideal home-itc.r-Full ile1 tails of the plans pf the. company will be announced by it later in advertisements and otherwise. ! v -1 The Daily Register, KichmondMadison County, Ky. Thursday Afternoon, April 24, 1919 I am !-v, t .V I -1 i;' v": . t r I W 1 il l : - , . 1 h - . i : S liiigf roir No matter what size you buy Yhire is i Special attention is brought to the fact that the Id-cent seller of Calumet Baking Powder produces just as big a saving in proportion as the 1-pound size because Calumet Baking Powder has a greater leaven ing strength. There, is no waste in the materials it is used with. The last spoonful is as good as the first You use only half the amount usually required by other powders; therefore, it will go twice as far. It is a big saving over the cheap "Big Can" kind. The 10 cent size of Calumet Baking Powder shows a great sav ing, the same as with the other sizes. You Savo Vhon You Buy It You Save When You Usq It HUNTING THAT METEOR The State Univer...

Publication Title: Richmond Daily Register
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond daily register. — 25 April 1919

l!MilBiB;DJ)AJiJi3.2 n Established 1865 53dYcai No. 124 Richmond. Madison County; Kentucky, Friday Afternoon, April 25, 1919 Single-Copy Five (Jei. i J L- C FREEZE ENTAILS . SEVERE LOSS I Last Night Cold Snap iuus ftu FmiL- Yodng Plant Ap pear Lost. -- It is the consensus ot opinion that all fruit and young plants were killed by the freeze last night and it will corrie as a severe loss to this community. Opinion is varied as" to whether the tobac co plants were killed, on account of being covered, but if not, they had a narrow escape. In com menting on last night's freeze, Prof. G. D. Smith, of the State Normal School, said : "With the thermometer regis tering 10 degrees , below freez ing in many places it ' looks very much like our - entire fruit crop has been killed with the possible exceptions of a few places in the city where the trees were' pro tected by buildings. Some of the most hardy, peach and plum may pull through, but it looks like the grapes, apples, pears and cher ries...

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. — 25 April 1919

Ji if- ' " - The Daily Register, Richmond, Madison County, Ky. Friday Afternoon, April 25, 1 919 v " ' :v V r s - ' , aaaaaaaannnaaaaaaaaaasanaannaaaaaaaaaaaaaaanaaaanasaaanaaa ' Richmond Daily Register f . ' ..." -ff.Iij.U-lilw ' ' ' - 'L .-rr-Jl. '-AUaJiUaJ. 'r li. ' ... . ' ... . fl . M. 8ALFLET, Edit., and Pr.prteor J& J J ? J J j ? J ? j ? I .,- ftK P ,. ; I IP ? I $ I 1 i-TL "ZL m . ZJ ZZ 7 I Entered at the postolTice In Richmond as second class mail matter under Act of Congress of 1875.- SabacriptloB Ratra. Per year, by mail out of city Six months by mail out of city. Three months by mail out of city $1.00 tann -. TA . uj . lu . lu . r . s-m m-w m-HH -mi l I IOI in rvnr PASTES 1111 'iai i .f.i 5, , v., I h - ! V. ' -; t J- . . s v j ' 1 !: I lilt: J;"$i i:P - ill-'"- 11 n ' - liilw In city, by carrier, per week. One month by maiL. SubscriDtions are strictly cash-in-ad- ance to all and paper will be stopped promptly when subscription has ex pired. " FOREST HILL. " Misses B...

Publication Title: Richmond Daily Register
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond daily register. — 25 April 1919

V p bounty, KehdJc? Thursday Afternoon, April 24, 1919 S3 ALHAMBRA MATINEE and NIGHT Price 9c an4 lc war tax Prices 18c and 2c war tax t SATURDAY r 7 PEARL WHITE IN :, ' "THE LIGHTNING RAIDERS" Big V Comedy cLo ; ' MONDAY Bill Parsons in "The Big Idea;" A Holmes Travelogue Also V TQM MOORE IN "A Man and His Moiey" : CHARLES RAY IN "TrtE GIRL IDSER" DOROTHY GISH in 'BOOTS' x WM. DUNCAN IN . ' : "A MAN OF MIGHT" i 1 i CHES DAVIS MUSICAL REVUE STOCK COMPANY Prices Adults 50c and 5c war tax; Children 22c and 3c war tax) Balcony 22c and 3c war tax ,'. y OPERA HOUSE ALL THIS WEEK CHANGE OF BILL EACH NIGHT , SHOW STARTS PROMPT 8:15 P.M. You No. 28 Please. She Line Busy. - give you A 22 4 for Excellent Service F. H. GORDON SOCIAL AND PERSONAL Cecllian Club The Cecilian Club held a most delightful meeting Wednesday afternoon with Mrs". O. O. Green, host and leader of the program, at her home in West Main. The opera "Norma" by Bellini, was the subject of study and Mrs. L. P." Evans gave the o...

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. — 25 April 1919

The Daily Register. Richmond, Madison. County, Ky. Friday Afternoon, Apir -5.1919 DEIII1ARDT TO OPEU Clinchfield Portland Cement RACE IUr.1T. STERLING II ' nl to ' V7 n ,'is Mi', in f , i. ;;. :s il i'.-iv-? 1 IIS: Mil syi,.ui;-i fSlli mi j r r 1 if! 'fl Muffin Goodness . .... - . Real muff ins- light as a feather tasty so good to look at you can't wait to bite into them. This is the kind of muffins you have every time you use Ha Mum pru BY DEE 3) Its superior quality meets every baking need. Gives muffins, biscuits ' and everything you use baking powder with a goodness you probably never knew existed. Moderate in cost--certain in resultsmost economical baking powder to use when you want to practice real economy. Stop taking chances of waste and fail ures. Use a high grade baking powder at ? moderate price. Used in the U. S. Army arid Navy. ' Made in world's largest, finest, most sanitary baking powder factory. What better recommendation could you ask for its reliability? . . CALUME...

Publication Title: Richmond Daily Register
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Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond daily register. — 26 April 1919

Established 1865 53d Ycai-No. 125 chinond, Madison Gxmly,: Kentucky, Saturday Aftemcwn 1919 - Single Copy Five Ce FREEZE ENTAILS SEVERE LOSS CONTRIBUTORS TO THE JEWISH RELIEF PREMIER ORLANDO LEAVES PARIS EASTERN WINS - LOCAL ODD FELLOWS TO CELEBRATE FROM STANFORD !- Classified Ads Last Night Cold Snap KOIs All Fruit Young Plants Ap pear Lost. " It is the consensus of opinion that all fruit and young plants were killed by the freeze last night and it will come as a severe loss to .this community. Opinion is varied as' to whether the tobac; co plants were killed, on account of being covered, but if not, they had a narrow escape. - In corn menting on last night's freeze, Prof. G. D. Smith, of the State Normal School, said: " ' "With the thermometer regis tering 10 degrees below freez ing in many places it looks very much like our entire fruit crop has been killed with the possible exceptions of a few places in the city where the trees were . pro tected by buildings. Some of the most ha...

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 April 1919

Lie Daily Register, Richmond, Madison County, Kentucky Saturday Afternoon,. April 26, 1919 i - .. . ; . ? r. i V i J ' i j t - - s n :' W 5 f.' ! ri r'i- -'-5 7 ' . J ; : t v .? at; f v. I r i - I ,: 'V'H .5 e ...ill 4-' it- i- j I if! It 1 km ! 1 ; ( mi Coal Salt, Fire Brick and Clay, Cement, Wall Plaster, Plaster Paris, Lime, Sand, Hay, Straw, Oats, Corn, Mill Feed Horse Feed, Hog Feed IF YOU DON'T SEE ABOVE YOIR NEEDS, ASK US J Mr. D. P. Black left this week for a few days stay at Hot Springs. GOODBY, WOMEN'S TROUBLES Richmond Daily Register f. M. SAIFLKY. Kdltar ud Praprletsr The tortures and discomforts of weak, lame and aching back, swollen feet and limbs, weakness, dizziness, nausea, as a rule have their origin in lidney trouble, not "female com plaints." These general symptoms of kidney and bladder disease are well known so is the remedy. Next time yoa feel a twinge of pain in the back or are troubled with head act?, indigestion, insomnia, irritation in the bladder or pain i...

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 April 1919

if The Daily Register, Richmond, Madison County, Ky. Saturday Afternoon, April 26, 1919 ou No. 28 Please. he Line Busy. give yon 224 for Excellent Service F. H. GORDON . SOCIAL AND PERSONAL Mr. and Mrs. Chester Jones, Mr. land Mrs. Shirley Whi taker and Mrs. Clarence Ham motored to Newby, Thursday night, for the entertain ment at the school house. Chester Jones spent a few days last week with his brother in Henry county and says it is a pretty cotrnty. Mr. and Mrs. Clayton Sallee are re ceiving 'congratulations over the ar rival of a beautiful daughter. : Shirley Whitaker has returned home after being in the county two weeks building a barn for Mr. R. G. Burgess '.Miss Kate Lanter who has been ill for sometime is reported some bet ter. . ' - ' ' Mr and Mrs. Cecil Whitaker was the guest of Mrs. Seth Todd for the week-end. . Mrs. Eudora Woolfork, and Mrs. Sallie Blakemore, of Versailles, spent several days this week with Mrs, E. Tutt Burnam. Mrs. Cecil Thorpe and son, Jewell Dixon, sp...

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 April 1919

Print Shoving Through The Daily Register, rfichmond, Madison County, Ky. Saturday Afternoon, April 26, 1919 MASONIC SIGN OF DISTRESS- - Tpicfced iup after bdntgassed that upr . SAVED SOLDIER'S LIFE on his removal to an army hospital (Lonsville Times) . placed in a negro ward. ! 4 Schmidt, who held the rank of Mas- Kow a German medical officer j ter Engineer senior grade, in the 116 probably saved his life after he had I Engineers, arrived at Camp i Zachary Army Tents given the Masonic sign of distress was tell by Elmer H. Schmidt, 23 years old, of 1466 South street, who was wounded by shrapnel, gassed and stricken with influenza during his eleven months' service overseas, five months of which he spent in the first Taylor, last night with a casual com pany from Camp ' Mills. Tle visited his home last evening, and sat up al most throughout, Hie night telling thrilling experience to members of the family. He returned to camp this morning and expects to receive Ids line trenches. He was...

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. — 28 April 1919

ffilll(DMM(D)H B : QMM lit ?' l i n x ' j . . t . . - " 1 r crnniicnpn i rn 1 -m-i v oor . ivn i n -.- . r aw tmvw Was w - A , A W FAMOUS EDUCATORS Vv ARE Oil PROGRAM Of Easter District Educational Con ference, Whkh Asaembles At E, K, Normal Tuesday - . The Educational Conference of the Eastern District will meet at the Normal School beginning tomorrow, and ran through May 2nd. An unus ual high class program has been ar ranged, and will include somee of the most noted educators in the country. Among those who will address the mftfftiTig include, President Adams of Georgetown College, Dr. W. A. Gan- field, of Centre College, President Mc . Vey, of the University of Kentucky, and President W.' L. Bryan, of Uni- vretuirjr iniiiHiii. xue program wmr plete is as follows: Tuesday, April 292 P. M. Devotional Exercises, Bev. O. 1 Green. A 1. 2. Address of Welcome, President T. J. Coates. 8. Response in behalf of the Rural Schools, Supt. L. D Stacker, of -Franklin county. Response in behalf ...

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. — 28 April 1919

1 lne Daily Register, Richmon d, Madison County,.Kentucky Monday Afternoon, April 28, 1919 ;f 1; , . .t Is i . !' .. 1 I: 2? ;:: I- " : - '1 !. w '. ''' '. it'. i fill 111 ftlffl! IS.uiD'd.ing W&ftensifi IF YOU DONT SEE ABOVE YOUR NEEDS, ASK US JjJ Edentont . Last weekjthere. were. threo new au tomobiles bought by the following par ties: Mr. Alex Warren, Mr. Jasper Wy lie, anillr. George Warner. Miss Ethel Tudor, of Richmond, spent the week-end with her uncle, Mr. Bru tus Bogrie. . V. Mr. and Mrs. E. H, Chandler have re turned to their home at Lancaster after a two weeks pleasant stay with rela tives and friends. Rev. H. L. Morgan filled his regular appointment at Salem church last Sun day. His subject being "What is man that God is mindful of him" and be made it very interesting to the audl- tnea " Mrs. Harriett Whitaker and son Rus sell, who moved to town in the winter, have moved back to the country. I Mrs. Julia Ann Davis has been real sick and also Mrs. Perdy Warren, and th...

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. — 28 April 1919

-V i ), The Daily Register RichmoridrMacKson. County,' Ky. ; Monday Afternoon, April 26, 1919 it LIME SAND ROCK 'iEMENT F. H. GORDON Coal & Feed Phone 28 Phone 224 SOCIAL AND PERSONAL Sblfflet JTewdy. - 1 A quiet wedding: took place at the residence of Rev. D. H. Matherly, wed' nesday, the 23rd. when Miss Clara B. Shi trie t and Mr. E. M. Jowdy motored over from Lexington and were married The bride Is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Elliott Shlfflet, of near Moberly, and baa been the popular saleslady of the gToom who is a prominent merchant in Lexington. The bride wore a blue eeorgette crepe gown, with hat to match, and never looked ...lovelier, Many friends extend congratulations. ' EaKagemeat Aaaoncea The Sunday Courier Journal announ ces the engagement of Miss Elisabeth Howard Crutcher to Mr., Henry 'Xewis Turner, of Paducah. The wedding will take place early in June. Mr. Turner is a graduate of Annapolis, and at the outbreak of the war, re-enlisted In the navy where he held th...

Publication Title: Richmond Daily Register
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