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

f. '- ANNOUNCEMENT OF fie DaHy Renter, RkhacnA f.!scEsca Gasty, Saturday Afternoon January II, 1919 TENT OW I . N.ur. l ftf.? Oil F.M i IPimrLsr Girl Dies JOHN D. CARROLL Candidat for Democratic Nomination for 1 Becao of that most axellat law which limits a candidal for Oott nor to 110,090. cr aboat 114 to the county, to promote hi caadidaay. It has ba necessary to prist say com plot announcement la pamphlet form, and it will b distributed throughout th Stat. It contains a full statement of my laws on pub lic Questions, and I would Ilk to see a copr in tb hands of ry liai se ratic Totr. Ia this brief space, I mor Important aab)eta taaeaad on la that pamphlet, whioa will Mat to anyon reuestlaa- it. Liquor Qoeatsam. I will ate far afcd nnart the Amendment t the Conetltutloa to j i .V.rli -'V 3 wfe- 1 v pr..r..bu manufacture, sale and transportation of spirituous. vinous. malt and other ntoxicatiac liquors If eieoted. 1 will honestly tad ear nestly uee alt iscUtraat efforts to make eff...

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. — 13 January 1919

I i . : i . '-. w i Y..., 7S blished 1 865 52 J Year No. 36 S t- Richmond, F.lidisoa County, Kentucky; Monday- Afternoon, January 13,1919. Single Copy Five Cen'.3 labnsi is ; - ir ... s after fever disappears if yuii fep8opleten.day ay, Ky rch- vi- ied 0' (J i I I (i You may cause the death" of HEALTH. OBERT DRAGOO LEAPS FROM WINDOW Midnight Saturday While Out of His Mind, Bat Sustain No Injuries. Supreme Court Upholds Keed Bone Dry Law .r rt Dragoo had a very narrow from death Saturday Bight , -: he jumped from the . second rv window of the Merritt boarding on Water street " Dragoo has - I of the flu for the past two . . and had been staying dose to n-.-m. During the latter part of work it developed ' into double i-nonia. and it is thought that his mind waa deranged he leap- fro m the window. "When asked by i m.n.idv uhat he meant bv dis y daj.i.e household at that time of on thr m-A that be waa hist clean ASVoom. and walked back up the .inn ior trie remainaer: ot wie iipht emed to...

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. — 13 January 1919

1 4 V The Daily Register, Richmond, Madiscn County Ker.hickv flacky Afternoon, January 13. 1919 y v ; 3 m hi' ' -i' i 5 t -' ' v t'h a, ' J i - ' f ,V if ('' !!;. ' Ki; : l m r ?; ,. J r j ! : ; . . . ; . Hi pimply face will not embarrass you longer if you pet a package ox vr. Olive Tables. The skin should PiMPLY?VIELL,DONTBEl People Notice It Drive Them Off with Dr. Edwards Olive Tablets A much Eriwardsf begin to clear after yoa nave taaen toe tablets a few nights. Qeanse the blood,the bowels and the Ever with Dr. Edwards' Olive Tablets, the suc cessful substitute for calomel; there's never any sickness or pain after taking them. Dr. Edwards' Olive Tablets do that which calomel does, and Just as effectively, but their action is gentle and safe Instead of severe and irritating. No one who takes Olive Tablets is ever cursed with "a dark brown taste, bad breath, a dull, listless, "no good feeling, constipation, torpid liver, bad disposition or pimply face. Dr. Edwards' Olive Tablets a...

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. — 13 January 1919

t; o D' A Y :::da7- TL2AY nc:co2 AIUCKLE THEC00X. "Laugh Grow Fat" See Fatty's latest mirth-proToker. We guaran tee to make yoo laugh up roaringly. Also a war weekly. YEDIIESDAY - j " v Norma Taknadge in "HER ONLY YAY" "A Fight for Millions," and 8tk episode War Pictures, showing Brit ish army and nary in action. Also lions and Morgan comedy. CILLIE LUTJXE OpM 2 ! &30 swat, ' Opera Houco Opa 7 to 1&30 p. h, dmiMioa 20c, War Tax InchkUd Will charm yoo in TIIHI DO 7E EAT" A Paramount picture. Antonio Moreno and Carol Hollo way In "The Iron Test. in THE F.1AICE-DELIEVE WIFE A Paramount production. iJtd . - I V ?'.i ; I 0 Social d Pcrscxut) pance at Winchester. The dance giTen by sereral young .iies of the city in honor of a re turning here, Cecil EUcin, was a love lv compliment. The affair waa held in the Elks ball room which was fit tingly decorated In the national eol crs. The young ladies were 'eharm irply attired in evening dresses, and (ju te a number of the young gentle n...

Publication Title: Richmond Daily Register
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond daily register. — 13 January 1919

m FRIDAY" COURIER-JOURNAL 1EBBY IffienSED; BY MIS MEE EWIiE- Great Assembly Cheer the Noted Educator and Adopt Stirring Resolutions Endorsing His Candidacy for Governor. X (mt mass meeting waa held at Bowline Green on Saturday. December IJth. to endorse the candidacy of Dr. H. H. Cherry for the Democratic nomi nation for Governor. It waa an en thusiastic meetins. and one which showed that the people of hla natlva county, among whom he has lived and workoJ all his life, appreciate kls qualities of life and leadership, Dr. II. It- CHERRT, Bewttaf Grem. and are back of hla candidacy. Mr. Morgan Hushes, a fellow-townsman of Dr. Cherry, and a noted western Kentucky farmer, reported, as chair man cf the Committee on Resolu tions, the following resolutions, which were unanimously and enthuslastlcal ly adopted: "The Democrats of Warren county, hailing- from every precinct within her borders, in mass meeting assem bled do hereby confidently and en thusiastically commend to the De mocracy of ...

Publication Title: Richmond Daily Register
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond daily register. — 14 January 1919

Sludged prinl --fc 'Ms " lUCTU30nO. lirv. Kinrnrlrv InvAtfomn lnn,n, li IQ1Q v i , r n, amgie copy rive Uer!s 1 Yh'-tt disease, and yoa are scroifn? diseas i cf yon tore a cold id cozf cate it to ciar p::p!2.1iBcdd3S, yea are QzA to fee and ispriscsient, if yon pcisist-Board of Health tiit ..V i en 4 lA "TOOK" PREACHER'S CROP AWAY FROM MM Tobacco Buyers 'Had a Little Fan With Popular Paint Lick Parson Bat raid Him Well For It. High prices are still the role in stead of the exception at the Home Warehouse, where they are selling to day again. From all orer the state come reports of advancing prices and tobacco growers are in their glory. It fvms that the end of the war has had nothing to do with tobacco prices for many thought that peace would see tobacco slump. S. Judy, buyer for the R. J. Rey firrn, is out again, after several confinement. Some of the boys the breaks say that Judy is so tough a nut that the flu gave it up as a bad job after only a few days' tus sle with him. The "b...

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 January 1919

! t V . ,- ? ' . 3 - v.. f 1 1 f . I;- 1 ' ,;s;i, ft - i 7 15 f -s V . 5-. t ; ' I -J 1 w u It' ' V Tire g-lylRegister, Richmond, Madisca-Csty Kcifa'clT tiie-thy Afterr 3'Jjj !? GOODBY, WOMEN'S . TROUBLES The tortures and discomforts of weak, lam and aching back, swollen feet and limbs, weakness, dizziness, tiansea. as a rule bars their origin in kidney trouble, sot 'female complaints.' These general symptoms of kidney and bladder disease are well knows so la the remedy. Next time yoa feel a twimre of pain fn the bark or are troubled with head ache, indigestion, insomnia, irritation in the bladder or pain in the loins and lower abdomen, you will find qnick and sure relief in GOLD MEDAL. Haarlem Oil Capsules. This old and tried rem edy for kidney tronble and allied de rangements has stood the test for hun dreds of years. It does the work. lains and trouble Yanisb. and new life and health, will come as yoa continue their use. When completely restored to your ttsnsi Tigor, continue tak...

Publication Title: Richmond Daily Register
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond daily register. — 14 January 1919

.4 ALHAMESA .Tt Oi D A Y 'TO-DAY V -..-AY . Also Fight "for "Freedom, official rBrfttah War Pictures, " showing the English army and navy at war. THURSDAY : PsoEne Frederick in "ZAZA" r it. TT8 Ope-2tSc33.s "with XhsgSM O'Brien in "HER OILY YAY" ; The straggles of a girl brought face to face with the world Old problems Marriage for money, ease and lux ury, or for lore with poverty- Op era Houc3 THECOOX. - THE LUKE-CELIEVE WIFE .vV !; lis . AN ADORABLE 9,999 laugh ia 2 red. 4-a 20c, War Tax Paramount prodactku. jCfr Alto a war weekly. Sodsl td Pcrtccs) The following from the New York City Herald, will be of interest here where Miss Haynea has been the guest of her sister-in-law, Mr. H. Mr. and Mrs. D. Olyphant Maynes Hasbrouck Haynea, at Maple Lawn: will have a reception this afternoon at their home, No.' 11 West 94th street, and at it they will inform their guests of the engagement of their daughter, Miss Elsie Stanton Haynea, to Mr. John Archibald MacFadyen, Engi neers' Corps, U. S...

Publication Title: Richmond Daily Register
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond daily register. — 14 January 1919

"-TEa Uty lfcr!ar, Vcz: llzzn UcnT. iuy AKsrsssn, Jjy V1V MR. CREAM PRODlCER: Is it reasonable to expect anyone to buy your cream and sell it again and pay yon as much money for your cream as you would receive by shipping it yourself Di rect to the Tri-State? The Tri-State Pays the Freight and 72 C PER POUND FOR BUTTER FAT per pound for butter fat, Jan. 13 to Jan. 19, inclusive Ship in your own cans or we will loan Free cans for 30 DAYS TRIAL We guarantee your cans and cream against loss. Remember we refund the price of your shipping ticket. THE TRI-STATE BUTTER COMPANY United States Food Administration License No. G 18152 CINCINNATI, OHIO Ship in your own cans or we will loan FREE can for SO dayi trial. We guarantee your cans and cream against loss. Remember we re fund the price of your shipping ticket. I This Is Confidential i We are serving a great many homes in Richmond with the Choicest Meats and would be pleased to haveorders We carry a complete.line.bf j; .-g Staple and Fancy...

Publication Title: Richmond Daily Register
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond daily register. — 15 January 1919

I MlICBISM!!!) h Richmond, Madison County, Kentucky, Wedbesday'Afterncwn, January 15, 1919 Single Copy Five Ccn'.i n f . . a 1 11 a S . B A S m "V - Established 1 003 DXI Year No. 38 1 If you have a COLD, STAY AWAY FROM OTHER PEOPLE. It is unlawM for anyone to spread. disease, and you are snreadine disease if you have a cold and communicate it to other neonk RpqiiW vnn a nhiprt tn finp anil jimiricnmmt if vm. nnmof rj r uMuu i I j-- -vaaw J wm wv vhujvvi IV uuv mum uujii WVIUVUI) II T UU UtiOlOUliUulU Ul llCdllll J : MILL LEAGUE OF NATIONS NEED A POLICE FORCE? h. Question That la Causing Division of Opinion At Preliminaries of react Conference. Tans. Jan. 15 With the resump or. inlay of meetings preliminary to ..- Peace Conference, it became ap ar.r.t that the movement to create a ;.ra of nations is being carried 'on , t-A forces. One would have de- THE WEATHER Fair tonight and probably Thurs day; not much change in temperature. Writes From Germany Miss Sue Forbes, .of the White Hal...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond daily register. — 15 January 1919

i - '; ! , ' . ' - ?rlnt Showlrr, Through The Dairy Renter,' Rithnu dt , IicEccn Coust f h:;1 - Vdnr-y .fts ocn, January 15. 1919. w News of tie CJ r IE f ' i f ; i - i 3V1 l- ' i !-. t 'j f r; ;!! i 4 Ms : li lt- ,: V ' i : -1 - 4. f . ,i .V. . I Y 1 . 1 J 4 I 5 '-i. 'I 'I ' - i t I v V 1 3 5 40O ARTICLES 400 PICTURES EACH MONTH POPUUU MECHANICS MACAZMK HPMUUIYAUMWUUUM Ask them to ibn joa copy or ami tOe fa tb UtoatiMQ. postpaid. iWlrnbaerlptiaa f LOO to all parta o( tha Cniu4 Suuh M. 2 Eg3 3. M. Saafley, Editor sad Froprieta Entered at th poatoffleo mt Richmond, ay., u Mcond cum mail matter Act of Congress of 1878. (a City, by earner, par waek 10e By mall -out of town, per year fS.00 Subscription Bates. TO my town and country friends: We have fresh fish and oysters every day and are featuring1 a full stock of the Serr-Us line. Try a can of Serv-Us Apple Butter, the kind your mother used to make. Dressed Poul try of all kinds. NefTs Rsh and Oyster House, phone 431. 24 6 FOR SALE Pi...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond daily register. — 15 January 1919

IKyP2y fe-ytsr, fja&ca County, Wcjatsday Afternoon. January ,151 919. ALHAMBRA -JEDrSDAY . , , Ncnaa Ttlidie u -' with Eug tTBrteo in t"- ' "HER ONLY YAY". A FIGHT-FOR FREEDOM, official ' English war pictures, and a Lions and , Morgan comedy. , ' T 0 D A Y FRIDAY Op2e&30p.M. "OH JOHNNIE" from the famous play "Johnnie Get Your Gun." Also a two reel Smiling Bill Parsons comedy. Opera House A story that has easted a spell over thousands of people who saw it on the speaking stage. . v Opca 7 to"10:30 p. aa, ' AdmUuoM 20c, War Tax indudd FRIDAY "The Surrender of the German Fleet" The only official government war pic tures of this wonderful event. Social and Persona) The Tuesday's Leader says: Mrs. Keene Dangerfield, Mrs. Harrison Simrall, Mrs. Newton Combs and Miss Jay ' Dangerfield have returned to Lexington after a delightful visit to Mr. and Mrs. Julian VanWinkle at their home in Castlewood, Louisville. At a recent meeting of the senior class of the University of Kentucky, Mis...

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 January 1919

r - w fvlcComlis f ib Mm: Si. Incorporated Producers, Transporters, Refiners, Marketers An open letter from Cha. W. Bell, of Kentucky Former State Insurance Commissioner and Noted Educator January 9,1919 Mr. Felix Renick, Secy. w ! . - . - McCombs Producing &. Refining Co., ' . . Louisville, Kentucky. Dear Mr. Renick: I have spent the last three days looking over the Lee County oil fields. Naturally I saved the best for the last and yesterday visited the Butcher-Hargis lease. To say that I was pleased is putting it very mildly, Of course everything is shot to pieces at the present, on account of the demoralization incident to the Holidays, the deep snow, the bitter cold, etc., but I found on your lease six drills running. Butcher No. 4, yesterday morning, January 8, pumped a 250 barrel tank full in exactly two and one-half hours. I saw this with my own eyes and I know it to be true, and I learned from an inde pendent gauger and others in no wise interested, that this same Butche...

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 January 1919

"I. Print Shovln Throurrh TEE; 7vl Wished 1 865 53d Year No. 39 Richmond, Madison County, Kentucky, Thursday Afternoon, January 16, 1919. Single Copy five Ccr.!3 33 lis, ces my ?er nr-n-r, It- v dison House eCrop at Average of $70.50 Records broken on Richmond Market This Afternoon When J. W. Tahim s Veed Sells at Remarkahle Price previous . records went ver at the old Madison Warehouse afternoon when the entire crop of Tatum sold for $70.50 a hun- poun Is. Jitement was intense on the each basket went under CoL ? LC do s nammer. ine wp nas- sold at 80 cents a pound and the. m at CO cents. Manager Elmer Deatherage was gratulated on all sides upon mak sueh a wonderful showing at his bse, and naturauy uwner lauira not displeased. Such prices have k-cr been heard of before on any rk.-t in this part of the country, hrnond market is beating1 them all ! there isn't a doubt but that the rywhere In the burley belt. Mr. -.urn's baskets sold as follows: pounds sold at 61c junas poia ax - iKvno...

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. — 16 January 1919

' .,- - ' . . . . ' ' " ' " - - f The Daily Register, Richmcad Madisca County Kentucky Thursday Af :;mscn. Jsu,ry 1 6. 1 9 1 9 I. 5 I V ; .!:: 1 ?! ill r Health About Gone Mtoy thousands of women suffering from womanly trouble, hare beea benefited by the use of CarfuL the woman's took, according to letters wt receive, similar to this one from Airs. Z. V.SpeU, rfHayne,N.C. "I could act stand on my feet, and just suffered terribly," she says. "As my suf fering was so great, and he had tried other reme dies. Dr. had tat Et Cardui. . . 1 began proving, and it cured m. 1 know, and my doctor knows, what Car dui did for me, for my serves and health wert About gone." TAKE I ft 3.aLSaaley, Edttar sad Pwpriciar Entered at the postoBos at Richmond. Ky, as second class mafl matter under Act of Congress of 187&. a valuable 1, 000-pound They are In City, by earner, per week lOe By mail -out of town, per year $340 Subscription Bates. Union City. omans Tonic She writes turthen "I am in splendid...

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 January 1919

jbn-"- L-Cc ihury ATsa. J ry 16. Iv!9 . ' The Pastor's Aid Society of ' the Calvary Baptist church, met. with Mrs. Luther Hiu -Wednesday after-' noon. The following officers were elected for the ensuing year: Presi dent, Miss Nancy Todd, rice president His Maria Ramsey, secretary Mrs. James Shaw, treasurer, Mrs. Lnther Mite. The society is doing splendid work and s indeed to be highly com mended for their efforts. The following clipping from Wed nesday's Lexington Leader will be of Bronston Oldham, who has been at the engineer officers' training camp in Virginia, has secured his release and returned home. He is again at his duties, being manager for the Hegan and Magruder Lexington office, which his mother, Mrs. William Dowell Old ham, has been conducting during his absence. His wife who is with friends in New York, will arrive here soon. Entertained at Bridge. Mlsa Mary D. Pickets delightfully entertained her Bridge Club Wednes day afternoon, and the game was very much enjoyed. Tho...

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 January 1919

4; ?- J. ior; i, Ot. I- t - -' ad. 1 v; I za 1.5 i n bo ; . O i J m 4 - VHl; J! I nil fle Daily Register, Richmon Thursday Afternoon, January 16, 1919 McCombs Producing t defining 0. to , Producers, Transporters, Refiners, Marketers An open letter from Chat. W. Bell, of Kentucky Former State Insurance Commissioner and Noted Educator Januarys. 1919 Mr. Felix Renick, Secy. ' McCombs Producing & Refining Co., Louisville, Kentucky. Dear Mr. Renick: I have spent the last three days looking over the Lee County oil fields. Naturally I saved the best for the last and yesterday visited the Butcher-Hargis lease. To say that I was pleases is putting it very mildly, Of course everything is shot Pieces at the present, on account of the demoralization incident to uhe Holidays, the deep snow, the bitter cold, etc., but I found on your lease six drills running. Butcher No. 4, yesterday morning, January 8, pumped a 250 barrel tank full in exactly two and one-half hours. I saw this with rcy own e...

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. — 17 January 1919

: f r" to is et St t . Is f 7 o f Ulished 1865 53d Year ITERACY SCORED BY president coates stern President Delivers Masterly idr?M On Kentucky Conditions )'At Meeting of Educators r. T. J. Coates, president of East- j i c. & t i ei , i Kentucky otaie ftiorcai ocnooi, tve Kentucky something to think nut in a strong address he delivered ednesday before the County Super- Itendent's Department of the Ken- It y E'iueaticmal Association in ses- pn at Louisville- That the American nation will cer- nly, at some time in the future, k definite information as to the piool system raich allowed 10 per kt of the fighUng men who went to Jarope to remain completely illiter- , without any knowledge whatever reading: and writing; and other mlamental principles of education, is a prophecy of Prof. Coates. This claration was made at the outset of is address, when he said: "An overwhelming: feeling: that ed- eation is a necessity tor everybody, feeling that will arouse the people L realization of th...

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 January 1919

"i It The Dafly Register, Richmond. Madison County Kentucki Friday Afternoon. January 17, 1919 - X -1 rfc T ; I ; 1 . 1 : .4 " .if!'. Jir P ? v. c r r : M Instant Postum is a wholesome and delicious drink for those with whom cof fee disagrees a jthat might cause no end of legal eon i trove rsy by those who most have their toddy, except for the fact that the whole country goes bone dry so soon now. Richmond Daily Register 8. M. Saofley, Editor and Proprietor The country papers are apt to get some real live, crisp news notes from the University of Kentucky now in stead of a lot of long-winded stuff that usually goes to the waste bas ket, James Speed, of Louisville, has been elected as .editor of all publica tions of the agricultural department. He will also issue all information given out regarding farming activi- Entered at the postoffice at Richmond, Ky., as second class mail matter under Act of Congress of 1875. ties. Liqour Shipment Rulings In City, by earner, per week- -10c By ma...

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 January 1919

flic Daily Renter. R!arsca County, Friday Afternoon, January 17. 1919 THIS SPACE RESERVED Soda! and Pcrsesx) Mr. and Mrs. Gentry Jones are on the list of flu victim. Miss Goldie Cotton is able to be out after an attack of flu. Miss Mabel Rath Coatee spent Wednesday in Lexington. Mrs. C W. Cobb has returned from a few days stay In ClnclnnatL Miss Kathryne Pittman is recover- - m r M -.r irom an ansci 01 uuiikhm. lin, of Flemingsburg, have been visit ing: the former's parenth. Dr. and Mrs. IL G. Sandlin. Mrs. Josephine Hayes who has been visiting friends in Akron, 0, was call ed home by the death of her brother, Mr. William Moynahan. Mrs. Arthur Hancock and daughter, Miss Kate Alexander ,of Taris, spent Wednesday in Richmond the guests of Mrs. W. R. Shackelford. Miss Helen Rollins Bennett left Wednesday to resume her school work at Vassar, having been detained at home on account of influenza. Mr. Fred Brown, who has been in the service four years has been mus tered out, and is with hi...

Publication Title: Richmond Daily Register
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