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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond daily register. — 28 April 1919

I The Daily Register, Richmond, Madison County, Ky. ' Monday Afternoon, April 28, 1919 f x A !0 . i if ' a :-tH-3 i ?.!'';! i if si. f ; i !'' . '"' 5 1. :! 1,' li-. 'fit. .'1 1 I At PUBLIC AUCTION I Saturday; may 3rd Richmond Daily Register Mlaa Id B. Howard U Tliltlng Mr. and Mra. Sam Burgreaa. . Mlaaea Lillian Newby and Florence I TX7V 1 tAtrv mnant TlTrtn. nlff lit With ' Little Alllbella Jenklna entertained a aa second claaa mall matter under Act I f ew of neP friend at an Eaater egg of Congress qf 1876. I hunt Sunday afternoon. ' tjlMglgtlMi Rate. Per year, by mail out of city 8.00 Six months by mail out of cityf.OI Three months by mail out of city $L00 In city, by carrier, per weel One month Dy mall, isc the Jamee Thomas well on Middle SubscrlDtions are atrictly caah-in-ad-1 Crelr Jo Mimnlaihut and ta a. cronH vance to all and paper will be atoppedi , . . r ,,., prompUy when aubacrtpUon has ex- producer. ,This well is located on the Ptred. " twmfei- Km nf T and Breathitt coun...

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. — 29 April 1919

DMMMKffl) MILS' Established I86553d Yeai No. 127 Sichmond. Madison County, Kentucky, Tuesday Afternoon, April 29, 1919 Single Copy .Five Cei. LEAGUE MAY MET III WASHINGTON FIRST "WIRETAPPERS" Poison Gas PHONE STRIKE STARTS GOOD WORK IN MADISON PRAISED ADMITTED TO BAIL MOB IN HOOSIER TOWN With Wilson First President of the League Peace Conference In Its Final Stages. (By Associated Press) Washington, April 29 Bulletin A proposal is on foot to bold the first meeting of the League of Nations in Washington, this year. It is said in that case President Wilson will doubt less be asked to become first Presi dent of the League. - PEACE CONFERENCE IN ITS FINAL STAGES (By Associated Press) The stage is rapidly being set for the final phase of peace negotiations. Yesterday the peace conference ap proved the covenant of the League of Nations while today Germany's plen ipotentiaries are expected to arrive at Versailles to Moin the members of their mission already there. Some points in the, peace...

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. — 29 April 1919

i lne Daily Register, Richmond, Madison County, KentuckyTuesday Afternoon, April 29, 1919 THE LATEST MEWS Z&g-4'mmm ,1 It : t. it k i . e i - V " t " f f u r ! If fpj ill in ojn uoOdainig L. 03. IRfflatieiriiaiD lEMair-toin) IF YOU DON'T SEE ABOVE YOUR NEEDS, ASK US 11 1 1 III Richmond Daily Register M. SALFI.EY, Editor aad Proprietor Entered at the postoftice in Richmond .as second class mail matter under Act . of Congress of 1875. Snbserlntloa Rate. Per year, by mail out of city $3.00 Six months by mail out of city $2.00 Three months by mail out of city 61.00 In city, by carrier, per week. One month by mail. 10c -35c ntlnnH Am strictlv cash-ln-ad' vance to all and paper will be stopped promptly when subscription has ex pired. KENTUCKY'S GAS FIELDS Kentucky has 12 counties which form a great natural gas reserve, any one of which will support this state for years to come if the gas is proper ly conserved. This statement is made by Prof. W. R. Jillson, State Geologist, in an arti...

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. — 29 April 1919

s J 1 The Daily Register, Richmond, Madison County,' Ky. Tuesday Afternoon, April 29, 1919 LIME SAND ROCK CZEMENT r ii nnnnnu ii r. n. uunuuN Coal & Feed Phone 28 Phone 224 SOCIAL AND PERSONAL Clef CI ah. The Club met with Miss Emma Old bam Monday afternoon at her home In Breck avenue. The responses to roll call constated of current event Items, and Miss Elizabeth Luxon read the story of the opera "Fairyland" the opera which took the ten thousand dol lar prize, and was written by Horatio Parker. The piano numbers were: Scintilla, by Gottschalk. Miss Julia En- right; ballet by Chaminade, Miss Sara Cbenault; Soltarello Caprice, by Lack. Misa Emma Oldham; Impromptu in C minor, by Reinhold, Miss Dollie Pick' els; sketch of Tsaye, Miss Marie Lang ford ; Dance of Shadows, Barrett, Miss Carolyn Rice. with an informal dance. Saturday even- ing at "Waco, to -which about forty of her friends were invited. The hours were very delightfully spent, and de licious refreshments were served by t...

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. — 29 April 1919

TheDaily Register, Richmond, Madison County, Ky" Tuesday Afternoon, April 29, I 919 It if it mn i fir It ii !i i . v that's Ike Story M CIGARETTES JMEOKTEDawDOMESTIC - tobaccos Blended The extr wrapper f glasaine paper keeps 'em Frea A - k Menalus Pike to Lex who is Mrs. B. F. Brown has gone ington to see her daughter sick. Walter and Annie Shelton entertain ed some of their friends last Satur day evening with an egg coloring. All reported a good time. Miss Lillian Caise, of Kingston, Is is visiting Miss Annie Shelton. Mr. C. C. Maupin has had for his guests two prominent fox hunters from Ohio, for the past wek. The big frost and freeze Thursday night is feared has done much damage to the young fruit and also tobacco DR. J.ttber Chiropodist FOOT .DOCTOR X Special attention given to all troubles of the feet. Office Oldham Building across from Doctor Bo'ggs, Jdentisf. Thursday v plants. The farmers are very busy pre paring to plant corn and some. has al ready" been', planJtedT A, rath...

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. — 1 May 1919

Sludged print j OS 1DMM mm iEGI mm STEB, Established 1 86553d Yeai No. 1 29 Richmond. Madison County, Kentucky, Thursday Afternoon, May 1, 1919 Single Copy Five Cei . i i was "NO-LEGGED" MAH A "BOOTLEGGER" And Is Convicted In Federal Court Theft Of Sweater Soldier Sent By Mail Is Charged The question of whether Mrs. Lilly White, a young white woman stole a sweater out of a mail box, which' Geo. Reed, a colored soldier, was sending to his wife, at the home ' of Mrs. Robinson in the Hubble section of Lincoln county occupied most of the attention of the Federal court today. The white woman denies the charge and is being defended by Attorney C. C. Bagby, of Danville. The prosecu tion introduced a number of witnesses including prominent white people of the Hubble section. A sweater was of fered iir court, but not identified as the one that Reed sent to his wife. The claim of the prosecution is that the sweaters were "switched." Reed, husband of the complaining witness, has been employed ...

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. — 1 May 1919

i lne Daily Register, Richmond, Madison County, KentuckyThur&lay Afternoon, May l 1519 : i j - 1 1 1; 'it ; - 1 - .d - - - : : iliwt pi nnA'- s-n III i. BEamiticPini - 'J , . : " ' ' ' - " Paint Lick' ByoDdiinicn L The recent freeze and frost did con aiderable damage f.o the fruit crop.--- Prof. C. A. Long has been elected principal of our graded school..' : ''' ' ' The Presbyterians at Manse will hold protracted meeting during May. Tom Rogers and Will Anglln have bought the. store or Alex Little at Low ell, possession given at once. '. . Miss Ethel Estridge was oyer from Harlan county to see her brother, Roy Estridge, who was operated on for ap pendicitis. Walker Guynn will carry the mail 'on Route 2 for a while. Mrs. John Bryant who has been pending a week with her daughter. Mrs. B. B. Montgomery, returned home Calvin uaiioway Dougnt a car loaa 01 hogs from A. McKnight, paying 18 cents a pound for them. - - Mrs, F. H. Smith has gone to Miss ouri to visit friends and relatives....

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. — 1 May 1919

The Daily Register, Richmond, Madison County, Ky. Thursday Afternoon; May 1 ,'1919 IE SAND ROCK F.H.GORDON Coal & Feed Phone 28 Phone 224 SOCIAL AND PERSONAL Engagememt Aanosaced. ' ' The event of the week In social cir cles. In Irvine, waa the rook party to which Mrs. Hush Campbell waa the hostess Wednesday afternoon, at which time the engagement of Miss Barbara Witt, of Irvine, and Mr. C Harris Park, of Richmond, was formally announced, to their friends, the nuptials to take place early in June. - The rooms were made most attractive throughout, a profusion of spring- flowers being used. The ices were served in heart-shaped baskets, decorated with miniature cu pids of candy, the cakes and sandwich es were also in the shape of hearts. Those present to enjoy the' delightful occasion were Mrs. Robert . Bergman, Mrs. Harry Scrivner, Mesdames Phan fannuller. Sr. and Jr., Mrs. Mary Ja cobs, Mrs. Kenneth - Daugherty, "Mrs. Seth Campbell, Mrs. Hugh Riddell, Mrs. Elmer Tate, Mrs. Swope,...

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. — 1 May 1919

The Da3y Register, FGchmond, Macfison County, Ky. -Thursday Afternoon, May 1 ; 1 9 1 9 I rem Mil mm iu'.-:.- -- ; t'4 rteSsaSit.i mm is A HOT SPOT Chalmers gives "a little extra' every time you ask it A NYONE paying $iooo or more for a car is, entitled to Z-A something more than "mouse-colored '' . performance. That thing called "a little extra" is the middle name of this Hot Spot Chalmers. You find it in the following ways : 1. When you want "a little extra" power on a hill. - 2. When you want "a little extra"smoothness in traffic performance. 3. When you want "a little extra" mileage on tires. 4. When you want "a little extra" mileage on gas. For there are two things in particular this Hot Spot Chalmers is noted for. One is the power it extracts from gas; and the other is the ease with which that power is used. Sitting in the tonneau or at the wheel, you notice them. And notably the last named. The stillness, the lack of lurch, the muffling of all mechanical action is as noticeabl...

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. — 2 May 1919

1 Print Showing Through Established 1 865 53a Year tfo. 1 30 u Richmond, Madison County, Kentucky, Friday Afternoon, May 2, 1919. v Single Copy Five Cei He CITY COUNCIL ORDERS PHONE RAISE FOUGHT 11. Action Of Mayor Evans Approved Question Of Improved Service f Must Be Considered First ' STANLEY FOB CROIIAII Action of Mayor Evans in request ing the City Attorney to take steps to prevent by legal action, the Cum berland Telephone and Telegraph Company front violating its contract with the people of Richmond in the matter of rates, was formally approv ed and endorsed by 1 the city council at its regular meting Thursday night. The City Fathers gave official .in struction to City Attorney Chenault to institute injunction : proceedings against the company, which has been ordered to make rate increases by the governmental bureau in charge of the 'Wires. . : Local manager ., Harris has been notified by his superiors that the company will stand ready to refund to subscribers any increase 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. — 2 May 1919

lne Daily Register, Richmond, Madison County, Kentucky Friday Afternoon, May Z, 1919. r1! 'n,vvh? It-:' 1 1 ; lit Ml. l f; lip if r-'i i.i i ' -. it U - mi': . i1 1 - (T ' mm f JU'i ul 'I ,- v a. j - Wirilr P acta, .. Screening ii! 9 tt C3 L. Don't build until you see us JJJ Richmond Dally Registe:' S. M. SACFLEY. Editor d ProprietT Entered at the postoffice In Richmond 3 second class mail matter under Act of Congress of 1875. her father, Editor E. C Walton. A large crowd attended the meeting held at the opera house on last even ins in behalf of . the Victory Bond Drive. The house .was full and run- SnbacrlptUm Rate. pf vntr. hv m&il out of city Six months by mail out of city- .$3.00 S2.Q0 Three months by mail out of city J LOO in fitu hv rjixrier. Der week 10c One month by mail -35c SnWrintinna nrn strictlv Cash-ln-ad- vance to all and paper will be stopped promptly when subscription has ex pired. POLITICAL AXXOCSCEMEMS Mi e The Daily Register is authorized to announce the foll...

Publication Title: Richmond Daily Register
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond daily register. — 2 May 1919

The Daily Register, Richmond, Madison County, Ky. Friday Afternoon ; Mv ?. 1 0 - 9,f. f - SAND -..- ROCK CEMENT F. H. GORDON Coal & Feed Phone 28 Phone 224 Messrs. James Cornellson and Preston Agee, mortored to Newby for the musical recital Thsrsday evening'. . Dr. H. C. Jasper is in Louisville on a business trip. ; Mis Elizabeth. Robinson, of Hor rodsburg, , spent several days last week witb Richmond friends. ':. Mrs. T. H. Collins is confined to her home on Lancaster avenue by illness. Miss Ora Adams, of Harrodsburg,, ia here this week to address the Edu cational . Conference ; at the Normal school. ;v :. v..: ' Mothers! Your little one won't smile If its liver's full of bile. Cascarets set. things 'right When kiddies' tongues turn white. They bring relief and joy To constipated girl or boy. Children think them dandy .' They are mild cathartic candy. SOCIAL AND PERSONAL Entertained For Birthday. Mrs. Nelson P. Gay entertained at dinner Tuesday at her home In Clark ciuniy. in h...

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. — 2 May 1919

J The Daily Register, Richmond, Madison County, Ky., Friday Afternoon; Mv ?. 1 9 i 1 9. UME SAND ROCK 'CEMENT 111'1 F. H. GORDON Coal & Feed Phone 28 Phone 224 Messrs. James Cornellson and Preston Agee, mortored to Newby for the musical recital Thsrsday evening. . Dr. H. C. Jasper is in Louisville on a business trip. : Mis Elizabeth. Robinson, of Hor rodsburg, , spent several days last week with Richmond friends. Mrs. T. H. Collins is confined to her home on Lancaster avenue by illness. Miss Ora Adams, of Harrodsburg,, is here this week to address the Edu cational . Conference - at the Normal school. , v . In Estill county. We are . wondering what attraction he finds there? - Miss Mmie Dennis was visiting her sister, Mrs. Ed Ellington, Sunday. we are glad to welcome Mr. Alvln Dennis back to the Bend. Mr. Dave Chamberlain caueht a nice airing or nsn wergnea 4iz pounds. Mr. j. Terry Younc and Miss Myrtle Mothers! Your little one won't smile If its liver's full of bile. Cascarets s...

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. — 2 May 1919

Print Shovln Through The Da3y Register. Richmon d, Madison founty, Kentucky Friday Afternoon, May 2, 1919, i t- e ' v. i i' f .Hi-. i 1 - i" x ' iii .'it f f . - c . .i ! . -. 1 ' . ; J ' ..;S : i.: I ft i Hart Scha finer & Marx fine all-wool suits and overcoats at special prices :1-or Fit z it "uW&'jfl - Mi' Copyright 1919 Hart Sdiaffner & Marx ' These prices are special not because they are so low, but because the clothing values are so unusually high. If we were offering Just "ordinary" clothes, we might hesitate to quote you these prices;, but the clothes featured at these special figures are'. ' : , ' .vv. i. Hart Schaffnex & Marx very finest suits and overcoats N They are easily worth much more than we're asking; youH under stand why when you see the fine tailoring, the all-wool fabrics and the god styles. ' ' ' ' v But there's no favoriteism shown. These special prices apply to all our merchandise. In fact all we have said about how high talue 8D- pMees here. ...

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. — 2 May 1919

Print Showing Through The Da3y Register. Richmon d, Madison County, Kentucky Friday Afternoon, May 2, 1919, 5 h t ... r 1 1 - "W. f ; it; if i i '-5 . 8 . i- :? ; t." ' J U . ! ' ; j ' ii i f g if: U Ifi;: i' ; f .'V. S.- t : i. , ' - : ... ii -y It '! ! : , & it i - ! v ; ! Mi Hi-' .-".'-.vi?-- "Mr. : -..'is; ' KM .t , i 7 i tni -.5 ; - - . ;-' ; '. , :i: V I s v-i.V. rV:.- fine all-wool suits and overcoats --1.; ; ' . V ; ill at special prices; or . Nf -:v:. v.- . : ': ' '. '. '- ':, . ' . ' '? ; . v-- ' ' ' ' f. These prices re special not because they are bo low, but because " the clothing values are so. unusually high.If we . were , offering just "ordinary'' clothes, we might hesitate to quote you these prices but the clothes featured at these special figures are": : '. " : i . v.-. . , ; 1. t v : Hart Schaffnex & Marx very finest suits and overcoats - v They are easily worth much more than we're asking; youll under stand why when you see the fine tailoring, the all-woo...

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. — 3 May 1919

Print Shoving Through u. 7 BTEB. established 1865 53d Yeai No. 131 Richmond. Madison County, Kentucky, Saturday Afternoon, May 3, 1919. Single Copy Five Cei. OS GREAT MEETING GOMES TO CLOSE BLAIR PARK DEAL ' CONSUMMATED CUtlM Om Snneriatesiaeata Press Fifty This Sesatoa Wa Brer Held In Eastern District. Rtwilatlou Adopted. The Superintendents from 60 un tie, of the Eastern District left Rich mond Friday for their home, after having expressed themselves as hav in J attended the greatest meeting of superintendents held in the Eastern District. The following were appoint ed draw up the resolution?: Leila fj Wilcox. Carter Co.; E. B. Hale. Richer Leonard E. Meece. Pulaski; Mary BradleyTScott: Mrs. Hattie Den neyy Wayne; Samuel Walker. Whitey; and Professor W. L. Jayne. Quicksand. B?eathitt county. The resolutions are follows: RESOLlJTION9 Rcoenisln(T the fact that the great est Seedin our Schools Is better train ed teachers and realising that these Cannot be obtained until better sala r...

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. — 3 May 1919

The Daily Register, Richmond, Ulactson Crust"', Ky-Saturday Afternoon, May 3, 1919 -." -V 17 mu . .. ' , - t - 7n ' ". r R T n A i ' ,1 m fn g nn 5n n iv m f 'B U it, lb II M 11 ' w j ul u y y lb.lUvj !j1 LJ s ' ;t -LI i ' -;. .- - - . . "s ; :H . - . - i . . , i;'M' " . ' ' ' : ' ! -.' ; .... j :,..,.-. . . .. -. . , ' " K : j . 1 . l ' .... . . .. . . ' . - , .,- ? v . , .-. ' !;:"; ' ; , - . . TC-n D3 aS. D-QJV7 ; . - , : , f j I have an option on a few thousands doUartt worth of stock in the . 1 I h. I new company, called the Dreadnaught Oil and Refining Company, of J f i f j the Inter-Southern Building, Louisville, and they have some very jj H I w ; J , N choice leases, that they own or have options on and the stock is v I m 1 selling in Louisville at par, 10 cents, but up until Wednesday night, : , 1 : ji I I (midnight), I can sell this stock for only , . . 5 : ' j " I per share. This' stock is fully paid and non-assesahle and you can- -y - - ! I 1 : . . not buy any from the c...

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. — 3 May 1919

Print Showing Through .The Daily Register. Richmond, Madison County, KcartfcJrji Saturday Afternoon, May 3, 1V19 LIME SAND ROCK EMENT F, H. GORDON Coal & Feed Phone 28 Phone 224 SOCIAL AND PERSONAL Bridge Clnb Entertained. One of the most enjoyable events In societv this week, was the meetinsr of the Bridge Club with Mrs. Hale Dean, Fridav afternoon. Jlrs. S. M. Saufley made the top score of the afternoon's came, and the guests were Mrs. S. M. Sauilev. Mrs. L. B. Weisenburgh, Miss Marv b. I'ickels, Mrs. A. R. Denny. Mrs. G. Murray Smith, Miss Emma Watts, Mrs. Paul Burnam, Mrs. William Mil lard, :trs. Harry Wilson, of Irvine, and Mrs. Marshall Collins, of Pelham Bay, New Tr-"" , TM- J. D. Bruner and Mrs. Bruner re ceived a wire Thursday stating that their son. Sereeant Arthur Bruner, who had been for more than a year with the American Expeditionary Forces, had arrived safely in New Tork and would probably be sent to camp Taylor to De mustered out soon. Mr. (-. I. Sousley, of Irvi...

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. — 3 May 1919

A: The Daily Register. Richmovd, Madison County, Kentucky Saturday Afternoon, May 3,1919 .'i " 4- if i? m X in w. ! v I ' J. ; . a . ; i '1 -' 'A Men's Furnishings That Offer Unusual Values If you need furnishings, and most .men. do .during .the Spring Season, you'll find it to your advantage to buy them . here and now. There's a big selection to choose from; the quality is the best; the styles the newest and the prices much lower than . you'll find elsewhere. ..','' That's because we have a large stock, much of which we bought before prices went so high. They haven't lowered much yet but we've reduced our for your benefit on Hats,' Shoes, Shirts, Neckwear, Hosiery, Underwear. SPECIALS FOR THIS WEEK Nettleton Tan Oxfords $7.00 Florsheim Tan Oxfords .$6.00 Shirts, linen cords, Madras $1.25, $1.50 and $2.00 SUk Shirts , . $350 to $6.00 f. S. Stanifer SPOKE AT VALLEY VIEW Prof. R. S. Eubank, of Lexington addressed a good crowd at Valley View Wednesday on the subject of con solidated sh...

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. — 5 May 1919

IHWH- ini lbfec Print Smudged print s&istgee. iDIiv itabKshed 1 865 53d Ycai --No. 1 32 HichraorKV MadisorT County, Kentucky, Monday Afternoon, May 5, 1919 - V ' Single Copy Five Cen'. f M) n ft LOCAL TAXTI0I1 . " ONLY FOR LAUD Is Suggestion By JTadgV. CunU Te Cure Evils of Tax Laws, Made la Opening HI Gabematerlal ' Campaign audience composed of leading farmers and business men of Madison county, who comfortably fill ed the county court room, Judge John n Carroll, Chief Justice of the Court of Appeals, made the opening address in his campaign for the democratic nomination lor governor nere uus oj.- Judee Carroll was introduced by Hon. W. B. Smith, who paid high tri via tn hist ability and solendid qua! ifications for the office he is asking of the people. . ,", V wh of the distuurmaned spea.it- oHHi-prr was devoted to the tax law which is now uppermost in the minds of the people of the state. He touched upon other public questions, but this important subject received most of hi...

Publication Title: Richmond Daily Register
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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