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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond daily register. — 12 June 1919

IHiIl(DIHM(lKN B llMM E EG JlSTEE. Established 1865 53d Year No. 165 Richmond, Madison County, Kentucky, Thursday Afternoon, June 12, 1919 Single Copy Five Cents RAILROAD WIRE i MEN ORDERED OUT (By Associated Press) St. Louis, June 12 Bulletin An order directing the members of the Order of Railroad Telegra phers to discontinue handling business of the Western Union and Postal Telegraph Companies after 6 a. m., Saturday, June 14, was issued here today by E. J. Manion, President of the Railroad Telegraphers. The order affects 80,000 railroad operators" and ap proximately 30 railroad telegraph offices, according to officials of the organization. Few Figures Available . New York, June 12 General officers of the Western Union Telegraph Company here today reported that traffic was" running smoothly throughout the country in face of the strike by the Com mercial Telegraphers Union. No figures are available to show whether there is an increase or decrease from the number of men absent from ...

Publication Title: Richmond Daily Register
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond daily register. — 12 June 1919

fij The Daily Register, Richmond, Ma dfison Cbuoty Ky. Hiursday Afternoon,- June 1 2, 1919 Richmond laily Register '"-7 V M. RAUFLEk. Edits ui Freprietar 1 i COAL IN CAR LOAI) LOTS Best 4 inch block coal delivered ia car. load lots' at -any R. R. Station in Madison county, July to December shipment.".. iWill sell you one ton or a hundred tons. We sell better coal and at lowetprices than any oth ers mi the county.' "Better order, now and be sure of next winter's supply. Delay means' advance in price, j Come and see the. coal and put in your order. Save the retailer's charges. ; .; . . - " UNION SUPPLY COMPANY, Inc. . ' ;: Green Clay, Agent f ' 1 ' " Phones 51 and 3 1 9' : x ,.. ... ' i. YARDS NORTH THIRD STREET NEAR A DEPOT OmrBiaiaoMPddPiivs with those of any other dealer and yon w01.not.iaU to note the exquisite bril liance M the ; diamonds, ' the artlati qualities of the workmanship and tbelr reasonable prices. t; ' '"- t ihl;l i.i. ' -. These are the result of 90 years of special...

Publication Title: Richmond Daily Register
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond daily register. — 12 June 1919

the DzZy fiebter. Richmon u, f.!adb:son C Sty. Kcrjcj Thurecfay Afternoon, June 12, 1919 - LIME FOR . . WHITE WASHING QUICK SERVICE GORDON ' 2 8 TRN GOOD COM )CIAL AND PERSONAL dding Announcement Irs. John Williams announces the irriaire of her1 daughter, Lola Gay. Mr. Julius William Pratt on Satur- June 7th Ashville, North Caro- At home after-Oct. '1st Anna- "polis, Maryland. Miss Williams has a legion of. friends . in Richmond .her former home, who. are interested, in : the happy event ' Nftenault Stoll xfThe Lexington Leader had the fol- " .i ii" f ir: m i n rowing iu me weuuing 01 ansa xauum Chenault, daughter of, Mr. and Mrs. O. H. Chenault, formerly , of Rich mond, to Mr. John G. Stoll, which will fe of interest to the many-friends ' and relatives of the bride s family here: ---. - i - . . The marriage of Miss' Talitha Ch fr uit to ATr. John ii. Stoll was sol- lzed . Wednesday at - the home he bride's Barents. Mr. and Mrs. Overton HarriB c Cbenault,r on Ash land avenue.';- Rev...

Publication Title: Richmond Daily Register
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond daily register. — 12 June 1919

ft 3 , . '." The Daily Register, Richmond; Madison County, Ky. Thursday Afternoon, June 12, 1919 HAIL HURT WHEAT AT SILVER GREEK (BLTLTDSLTDfi Why a HOT SPOT Chalmers s JF? AZ Trouble Proof m 53 MOST troubles in a car come from faulty lubrication. An authority remarked the other day that 75 of all troubles could be traced to this cause. A former professor at Yale said : '.'Give a car plenty of lubrication and it will take care of itself." Now here's how the Hot Spot Chalmers happens to be free of lubrication ailments. - Hot Spot "heats up" the raw gas, "turns it into a vapor cloud, so that when the ingenious Ram's-horn has passed it on to the cylinders it's finely prepared for combustion. No raw gas runs down past the pistons into the crank case ; to thin out the lubricating oil. ' 'i In engines of the old. type those without Hot Spot and Ram's-horn raw gas has caused endless trouble: burned bearings that cost a great deal to replace; ' excessive vibration, that develops countless 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. — 13 June 1919

'; v.- 1 lvfteS D II, :v-'-' . eft' -, . : ; : Established: 1 865 53d Year No. 1 66 Richmond, Madison County, Kentucky, Friday Afternoon, June 1 3, 1919 ; Single Copy Five Cents BRIDGE'S WORK JMei:dS:Tp:;igiit Foorteen To Receive Diplomas at Annual Comen cement At Caldwell High ' Fourteen graduates of CaldWell ' - High School close their, school . careers today and this evening at 8 o'clock, will receive their much-- ly-coveted diplomas. '. 'They are: Misses Stella Ramsey, Virginia Tevis James, - Anna Courtney Price, ' Harriet Bryant Million, Mary Pattie Bronston, Evangel- ine Mae Van Arsdale, Alice tsert : Rogers, Lyda Church, Mary Alice - vTudor,'-Messrs. Robert Leon El '. der, Harry". King, Calvin Lackey Taylor, John William Price," Isaac Cosgleton. ' Y ".-' - : " i ,, The formal Commencement ex ercises tonight will - mark "the close of Supt. D: W;' Bridge's re gime as head of the Richmond : city .schools, r He leaves soon for Mayfield where he will ' become "superintendent of -t...

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 June 1919

.r V The Daily Register, Richmond, Madison County Ky. Friday Afternoon, June 13,1919 . Richmond laily Register S..M. SACFLEi, Edlter aad Proprietor Entered at tue postofflce in Richmond is second class mail matter under Act f Congress of 1876. . . SobaeriptlcMs Rates. , Per year, by mall out of cltysl.0 Six months by mall out of clty.SS.S0 Three months by mail out of city 11.00 In city, by carrier, per weelOc One month by mail S6e Subscriptions are strictly cash-ln-ad-ranee to all and paper- will be stopped oromptly when subscription has ex. pired. mm mm tin UinSinlo!d VACATION MONEY Think of it $5 for 50 words $5 in Gold! And so easy for any boy any girl! This is All You Have to Do Ask your mother why she thinks Calumet Baking Powder is the best Baking Powder she ever used. Mother knows why Calumet is better if she has ever used it and she can tell you. Then when she tells you, just write in 50 words or less the reason-" Why mother likes Calumet best.' Sign your name and address, 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 June 1919

i - i j : . . - 4 , - - ... . , :- . )m Jxjsi TK Daily Register. Richmond Madison C Ity. Kenkl Friday Afternoon, June 13, 1919 ' 4 yRve lu LIME ' FOR HITE WASHING iUICK SERVICE GORDON' 2 8 RN GOOD CO A i SOCIAL AND PERSONAL llrthdav Partv ... I T.illain .and Gobel Wilson of near TmY nimn'uil thpir brother Rav Wison, Tuesday evening, June 10th in lonor oi his twentieth Dirmaay. music lad games were enjoyed until a late Spar. Those present were Misses Bala Maggie and Nannie Tribble, indie 1 nomas, iteaDa umiier, af Ijaret Mcitenney, upneua m Jades, JSoia M. jones, ixunnie nuiu, Inria Lee, Dovie and Minnie Parks, UMun. John Tribble. Morris Cox, iFillie and Walker Covington, Cecil BiDton. Haden Harris, Joe Fearson, lobert Dunbar, Jessie Risk, Paul Eoore, Lloyd Griggs, Andrew lianni n Turpin, William Abney, Harris, Unaaoll flilhorfc Mid Hlllen Otrks.. All reported a nice time and I fCXb WBIIIUg UlUt UIV1V MTfJ I LIFT OFF CORNS! Drop Freezone on a touchy corn, then lift that corn . off wi...

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

The Daily Register, Richmond, Madison County, Ky. Friday 'Afternoon, June 13,1919 it- if- THISWOfMN SAVED FROM AN OPERATION By taking Lydia EL Pinkham's Vegetable Compound, One of Thousands of Such Cases, Black River Falls, Wia.-"A Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound saved me from an operation, I cannot Bay enougn in praise of it. I suffered front organic troubles and my side hurt me so I could hardly be up from my bed, and I was unable to do my housework. I had the best doctors in Eau Claire and they wanted me to have an operation, but Lvdia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound cured me so I did not need the operation, and I am telling all my friends about it" Mrs. A. W. B Inzer, Black River Falls, Wis. It is just such experiences as that of Mrs. Binzer that has made this famous root and herb remedy a household word from ocean to oceaiw Any woman who suffers from inflammation, ulceration, displacements, backache, nervousness, irregularities or "the blues" should not rest until she has...

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

Established 1 865 53d Year WHY NOT MAKE IT BY ACCLAMATION? Black An Elasy Winner For Gu bernatorial Nomination Den hart Announces Withdrawal If Judge John D. Carroll, of Henry ' County, should happen 1 to withdraw from the raoel for the Democratic nomination for Governor, the nomina tion of Got. Black can be made by acclamation, as CoL Henry H. Den hard t, of Bowling Green, withdrew as a candidate Friday. . Friends of Judge Carroll should suggest that It would be fitting and proper that he do so, for Gov. Black is the undoubted '' choice of his party and has had his race won from the day ha announced his candidacy, as the Daily Register predicted at that time. -CoL ' Denhardt's withdrawal hardly ' came as a surprise, for 'politicians realized he had no chance nnder present conditions. His formal statement of withdrawal is as follows: "Upon my return from France, 'about sixty days agov my friends urged me to become a candidate for the Democratic nomination for Gov- ' ernor of Kentuck...

Publication Title: Richmond Daily Register
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond daily register. — 14 June 1919

Beautify Your Hipes Richmond laily Register - What could be more appropriate in beauti- ' fyihg your home that has just had a thorough ' . cleansing process than to iplace on those barren walls some of the ; Beautiful - - Pictures which we capy in our large stock. Some of these subjects are by the world's greatest artists and die reproductions are true to the ; original drawings. Starting Monday, June 1 6 th, we are offering an unusually small fig- ; ' ure on these pictures, ari some of them will be sold below cost. ComVin early and pick yours before they are gone. Pictures and music complete the home--We Have Both. Drop m jusTanyMay.- . i t:.za ;r MUNGY Main Street, Next to Joe's Ridhniond WHBftIN tEXmGfON- W..claUs , Ifi. Hasac-saae Caaatea, .: JsiaWMaal Cake. aa4 Xt$P- .Catwrfms;. ple- ; h ! v ..4..)M we sariaatee "t- !. " -."Li - ' ..,141 Water Jtneat., Jaat raa4 t SJCTV LMHWTOII. KT. ALFALFA & STOCK FAWJS In the tuMu Black Prairie Belt of Northeast Mississippi, ranging from...

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

l Print Shovin Thro'Uli i The Daily RegistgfT ffchmoiic Mafis6ff County Kyr S&lmdy MtettvrJxxnA 1 9 1 9 LIME ; FOR WHITE WASHING OQUICK SERVICE GORDON v 2 8 URN GOOD COAL -4 JA.Utl).l3 SOCIAL AN1X PERSONAL i The , Daily . Tunes-iJeinocra - oi SreeAvIUVMfts 1ia4 tfa folkwrtog kccotalt ra a wteddiMf 1 which every tae her & fttereeteoVthe eroom be ing one t Riehnond'e reeet esteemed One of toe prettiest nome weddings f the summer was the Thomas- itockton wed dine celebrated at 9 'clock Tuesday -morniae at the home If Judge .-and Jlrs.,E.. N .. Thomas, .-hen tftfih- (dausrhter, , Ky,' fceeaiae he bride f Mr. Edward X Sfecktoo. Mrs. Sol Scott Mrs: "Win Fordhxm. End Miss Stella Strauss received the ft-ue8tsM they -Assembled.1! t The tea nhlo nn Uut wiwtwvI iMirh was niib yHded oyer y Mrs-; Shield Hood, nd lire, John Moore, assisted by Misses aargueritte Crittenden' Almee Stone, rene Bass, Jsaizabetn, Bass, Elizabeth oyd and Mrs. Warren Jackson. The parlor. was beautiful .In white ...

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. — 14 June 1919

, ' ' . S ' , , ,. ' ' 4 ' The Pay Register, Richmond, Mafison County, Ky Saturday r- -' v - -1 - ... . - ' - - " ADDITIONAL PERSONALS vy' A ' ' ::' : ' : S I I LEVERLESS CULTIVATOR S iSSllssl! D" ' j; Ml have returned irora a yish w ixrs. . , , ir. .-, ; ; ?1 Get A 100 Per Cent Crops and Save That Part tost By Faulty Cultivation! Every farmer everywhere has need for the the Simple, Easy-Operating Leverless. On level or rough ground, on hillsides, in hard-soil or sod, in crooked rows ,in cross plow ingfor every cultivating puropse. Will do its work easier, more thoroughly and with Abetter results tnan any other cultivatof. - - 0 NO LEVERS! NO SPRINGS! ALWAYS IN BALANCE! HARDWARE AND IMPLEMENTS DOUGLAS & SIMMONS Handling Madison's Big Blue Grass Crop With its floor two feet high with blue grass seed, the McKee skating rink presents a unique sight right at present. F. H. Gordon has rented the big build ing to use in thoroughly drying out the big crops of blue grass seed he has had...

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 June 1919

JKDDIl mm i jyFivc n IEPII Established 1865 53d Year No. 168 Richmond, Madison County, Kentucky, Monday Afternoon, June 16, 1919 Single Copy Five Cents YANK SOLDIERS DRIVE VILLA AWAY FROM JUAREZ Americans Cross Border To Stop Mexican Rebels From Firing: -Into El Paso. THE MARKETS . Cincinnati, . June 16 Hogs a quarter higher; Chicago, 40,000; cattle slow; lambs steady, - Louisville, June 16--Cattle 550; slow and unchanged; hogs 3,000; quarter higher ; tops $2L; a record price at Bourbon- Yards ; sheep 2,000; steady and unchanged. HUNS STILL BLUFFING THAT THEY WON'T SIGN (By Associated Press) Juarez, June 16 Villa troops, driven from Juarez early today by United States' infantrymen sent across the border just before mid- nignt to stop tne nrmg into jm Paso by the Mexican rebels, are fleeing southeast of Juarez. They are headed for uuadalupe, oppo- vit Fahpns. Texas. 32 miles from here. United -States cavalry are in dost pursuit. :- z . ' Meanwhile the city itself is' in control 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. — 16 June 1919

E,r. rhe Dafly Register. Richmon MadisohG ity.Keniuck Monday Afternoon, June 16, 1919 i: J i -; . - i. 5 t- . f- H V. i : TERRIFYING DISCOMFORTS FROM SKIN DISEASE Itching and Burning Eruptions Torture Victim. If your skin seems ablaze with the fiery turning and itching of Eczema, real and lasting relief can only come from treatment that goes below the surface that reaches down to the very source of the trouble. Jkir.-di.seases come from a disordered condition of the blood, and search far and near.! you cannot find a blood remedy that approaches S. S. S. for real efficiency. S. S. S. has been on the market for fifty years, during which time it has been giving uni form satisfaction for all manner of blood 'disorders. If you want prompt and lasting relief, you can. rely upon S. S. S. For expert ad vice as to the treatment of your own individual case, write to-day to Chief Medical Adviser, Swift Specific Co.. Dept. 44. Atlanta, Ga. Mexican Cotton Crop j (of 2.20 pounds) says the Depart-...

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 June 1919

.J V . i The Daily Register, Ffahhiond, MacEson Gotsty, Ky. Monday Afternoon, June 16, 1919 LIME FOR HITE WASHING AUICK SERVICE GORDON 2 8 RN GOOD CO Af SOCIAL AND PERSONAL fclHaataoa-Pratt .-; :: 1 .- ' ' A weddlnjr - which 4ook place at grille, N. C. June 7th Is of Inter- to many menda- in lacnmona. Louisa Gay Williamson, daught- of Mrs. John Williamson, 'was mar- to Mr. Julius Pratt. A lovely iption of the occasion was given the Ashville Citizen mentioning sister, Mrs. Landon .- Bell.: nee ss Johnie Williamson, as matron honor. Mr. Pratt is a membeT of IRS. HAY GOULD NOT WORK asaBSaaaaSBamaaaaB t lade Well and Strong by LydiaE.Pinfeham'sVeg. stable Compound. Columbia,' Pa." I was very weak d run down and bad aragging-aown nains and Daws in my back. I could not get arouna to ao my work and bad to sit down and rest often during theday. I saw LydiaE. Pink ham's Vegetable Compound adver tised in the papers and read the testi monials, sol thought I would try it. Now I am healthier tha...

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 June 1919

Print Showing Through j Vv W?X The Daily Register, Richmond, Madison County, Ky.' Monday Afternoon, June 1 6, 1919 II 0 LEVERLESS CULTIVATOR . Her A -MO Ppr fpnf franc and Savo TW Por I R. Cw.U P..!! ii t Every farmer everywhere has need for the the Simple, Easy-Operating Leverless. On ing for every cultivating puropse. Will do its work easier, more thoroughly and with better results than any other cultivator. . f . NO LEVERS! NO SPRINGS! ALWAYS IN BALANCE! HARDWARE AND IMPLEMENTS DOUGLAS & SIMMONS 'IL GET NEWS OF BIG FIGHT BY RDUUDS much interest is being: aroused aporctng and athletic circles oyer the wiuiard-Demsey championship box jH at Toledo, Ohio, July' 4tfc TJeDady Regirter has just received wrnce irom the Associated Press of mcmDer that news from tOB tar ficrhf 4nm iVK .1 : . . tL?-v&!T?JLX. Impendence Mrywent ehantpifeshfe contest trfow hw woifawt Stonday and tipped when te wonTcSSsSp Prfjso ia Bis training? Be- STi0.1 paid W cents apiece.Jto tana m the sun baked a...

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 June 1919

l&EGISTE IL DAM flfl Esfablished 1865 53d Year No. 169 MAJORITY THINK -IK WON'T SIGN Richmond, Madison County, Kentucky, Tuesday Afternoon, June 1 7, 1 91 9 Paris Newspaper Interviews Del egates To Peace Conference Berlin Sullen Over Terms (By Associated Press) Paris, June- 17 The majority of the members of the peace con ference believe Germany" will not sign the peace treaty, according to Marcel Hutin. in the Echo de Paris, who made a canvass of a number of the peace body leader:.'. Only one believed Germany would accept it, and he based his opinion h- the Herman deleeates are aware if they did not sign, peace will be imposed by force. j Huns Sullen Over Terms ' Weiroer, " June 17 The allied terms reached here last night and its first apparent effect upon the German leaders was that of de- . . -T i j iit, re pression'. io one wouiu ui. i publication but every official and ; every member of the foreign of fice expressed the- deepest pessi- mism and resentment. . !VOTE TO INVESTI...

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 June 1919

gl, the Daily Register.' Richmon u, Madison C .ty, Kentucky Tuesday Afternoon,' June 17, 1919 : 4 Richmond "ailyj Register v M. SAlFLEk, Editor ui Proprietor Entered at tue postoffice in Richmond is second class mail matter under A-t i. it li i i i! i I rr C.r- 0 .1-; TRADE ,MHK ; The City of GOODRICH Ohio v uoctinc. Mi 1 ' More' Mijcage n " Proclamation , Be it known to every . automobile owner and ;: driver in "the United States to Goodrich' Dealers that .' Good-- rich ".Safety ''. Treads' stand ready to deliver.;. 6.0C0 miles, and Silver-" town Cords 8,000, under proper usage. ' That is, every SAFETY ' TREAD m use, and in a Gcodnch Dealer s store, is. underv.-ritter: ' to fee adjusted at - miles-r-and every SILVE8TOVN: CORD at S,000 miles. That new adjustment is based upon wha; Goodrich knows its tirs will do. and Goodrich b.ows from miiesar.d mi'escf road- Subscription Rate. t-cr year, by mall out of city 11.00 Six month by mail out of ",ry f-na L'nree months by mail out of city...

Publication Title: Richmond Daily Register
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond daily register. — 17 June 1919

:f,:. J. if The Daily Register, Richmond, Madison County . Kyf ' Tuesday Afternoon, June 1 7, 1 9 1 9 LIME FOR HITE WASHING UICK SERVICE GORDON 2 8 RN GOOD COM DCIAL AND PERSONAL hday Celebration. re.' Dan- Simpson - celebrated her .birthday' June 14th, and those were u resent had a most delie-ht- day. Her guests were Mr. Milton aes, aged 86, Mr. and Mrs. War land daughter, Fannv. Mrs. Lizzie Kwood, Mr." and Mrs. Everett Tip- and son, Mr. and x Mrs.- Kobert fjpson and family, Mr. and -Mrs. ome bimpson and family, Mr. and Warner bimpson and family. K Nellie Warren, Mrs. Belle Lakes, daughter. Mrs. Simpson received ral nice presents. All enjoyed the dinner and ice cream and cake ed in the afternoon. ouseparty. e following guests were delight- entertained at a week-end house- y at the beautiful country home isses Christine and Louvuua asson, near Paris: Misses Lucre- dams, of Lexington, Pearl Scriv- of Irvine, Sallie Mae Banta, El- Rice, of Paris, Messrs.- Earle ougle, Ellison Adams, o...

Publication Title: Richmond Daily Register
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond daily register. — 17 June 1919

3: ! ih The Daiiv Kister, Richmond. Madison County, rv. Tuesday Afternoon, June 1 77 1919 TODAY'S HONOR ROLL Killed in action Morton Nickell, Cannel City. ; - Wounded Severely Elby Best, Newport. ' Wounded, Degree - Undetermined Norman Yasher, Owningsville; Wiley Blankenship, Salyersville; Gilbert Brinegar, Midlesboro; Robert Isaac, Skylight; Felix Phillips, : Beemen; John Debord, Walnut Grove. -I- '-r-zi.-4 Heard About Town I K CAMELS are as delightful to your taste they are new. And, so satisfying that they meet every cigarette desire you ever have hffd. I mWB maid arwnr&im in meimvtiHtcMlhm fclf AKhH of 30 czjarorte, or (tin jwoJt- mil nra muoagly neommtnd twm mr im Jknaa or omem mppty or iron fmmttmwmL 18 cents a package Camels are unusual; in fact they're like any cigarette you ever smoked. That's because they're an expert blend 'of choice Turkish and choice Domestic tobacco, producing a quality that meets your taste as no other cigarette ever did. Camels' expert blend give...

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