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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond daily register. — 28 June 1919

MX The Da3y Register, Richmond, Madison County, Saturday Afttemocm. June 28,1919 1 , V, ' FEED tch and Baby Chix Vtch 'em Grow? it Quality Feed H. GORDON UPhones 224 AND PERSONAL ey fcleasant surprise to his tiends and relatives here, If the marriage of Mr. J. key, to Miss Mary Lou occurred at Aberdeen. f-Jh. Mr. Lackey is one in's most prominent young I several months ago pur ee plantation in Aberdeen pet the charming and at lie he has won. Mr. and r are at present with the ents, Mr. and Mrs. Sam Kingston, where they are ly entertained, and are re- kirty congratulations and of a host or znends. very engraved announcements Received reading as follows: U Mrs Ogho M. West the marriage -ol their aghter, Mary Lou to flohn Miller Lackey, tichmond, Kentucky, f lississippi, June IS, 1919. y lie prettiest and most en- It he many social events of was the bridge party giv- Alien Zannjr nday ar Lie house was very at- orated, the color scheme pink and white, large vas- hydrangeas being used in ...

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. — 28 June 1919

The Dafly Register, Richmond, Madison County, Kentucky, Saturday Afternoon, June ZO, I VI V VALLEY VIEW MEETING V. CLOSES SUNDAY NIGHT Valley View, June 28 1919 The revival meeting- held " by Evangelist J. B. DeGarmo and singer Sam Elsey, has been a great success. Some of the choice men and women of the community have accepted Christ and united with the church and others are expected to come. The testimony of the people is that they never heard the gospel, the plan of salvation, so plain before. There will be services Saturday night at 8:30, Sunday at 11 A. M. and 3:30 P.- M. and 8:30 P. M. The meeting will close Sunday night. All are urged to come and hear Dr. DeGarmo preach and Mr. Elsey sing at these last services. 5 Come and bring'" your dinner and spend ' the day -with us, . " Lightning's Queer Freak - A queer freak of lightning occur red at the home of Robert Adkins, at Mouth of Cedar, during an electrical storm the past week. - Mr. Adkins had been feeding a lot of chickens th...

Publication Title: Richmond Daily Register
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond daily register. — 30 June 1919

MEfldDKIB) Established 1 865 53d Year No. 180 . Richmond, Madison County, Kentucky, Monday Afternoon, June 30, 1919 Single Copy 5 Cents DM mm MAY DIE OF HURTS . III AUTO ACCIDENT "" ' j Local Negro Still Unconscious From Injuries Sustained While Coming From Lexington THE WEATHER Fiar "-' tonight : warmer " east portion ; Tuesday fair. . FRENCH AND YANKS FIGHT IN RIOT Ed Fife, a well known Rich mond negro, is at the point of death at a local hospital as a re sult of being thrown violently against a tree, when an auto truck in which he '; was riding from Lexington late- Saturday night, went over an embank ment about five miles from Rich mond. That Fife and four other men with him were not instantly killed is said by L. R. Blantott, local coal dealer '-' to have been almost a miracle.'- Mr. Blanton had just passed the truck the negroes', were driving a -short distance. He said they were driving at a .terrific ' rate - evi dently trying id "'overtake hied", when of a-suddeti,V the truck...

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. — 30 June 1919

i ;- - L -j i r. . Strc Rich ; .J ncheS Par Cyr L.r 'I -', ? j. i r ft . get "the The VTIv Register. Richmovl Madison Coanty, Monday Afternoon, June 30, -1919 This Will Be Wizard . Veek at Our Furniture Store ...$1,25 $1.50 25c 50 $1,$3 Your attention is called to the large display of Wizard v products in our window." ? These are the best articles'; now being offered on the market, and each article car ries with it the Manufacturer's GuaranteeT backed up by us. .. Look at these prices: ; . ; Wizard Polish and' ' Floor Mops (two sizes).. .'. Wizard Furniture ; Polish, in cans Wizard Furnjture Dusters . "7Cc to Of flfl The best chemically treated dust I 3 y I lUU cloths and dusters on the market ' Wizard Wall Or) (() Brushes..... .....7 t)iUU O'Cedar Polish and Mops carried in stock MUNCY BROTHERS THE BIG FURNITURE STORE "We furnish the home neatly, sweetly and completely" and girls; but others' are sure to follow. ....... Riehmonr aDy Register . M. SAlFLEk, Edlter ul Praprictsr Enter...

Publication Title: Richmond Daily Register
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond daily register. — 30 June 1919

The Daily Register, Richmond, Madison County, Monday Afternoon, June 30, 1919 AS THE THERMOMETER GOES DOWN PRICES GO UP. LAY IN YOUR SUPPLY NOW F. H. GORDON COAL SOCIAL and PERSONAL ntertains at Bridge Mrs. Selby Wiggins entertained i Bridge Saturday afternoon in onor of Mrs. Harry King, of Louis- Kile, the guest of Mrs. Verner Mil- on. Those wno enjoyed the de uhtful afternoon, were Mrs. Harry I an ere r Jr., Mrs. xraal Burnam, Airs, Eusrene Walker, 'Mrs. Jake Collins, Hrs. Robert Covington, Mrs. W. O, Mays, Mrs. Murrison Dunn, Mrs. Wal ter Bennett, Mrs. m. w. uiass, Mrs ecu Simmons, Mrs. bam f&ik Wag- Mrs. Garnett Million, Mrs. K. C. oecrs. Mrs. J. G. Bosley, Mrs. B. h lliddleston. Mrs. S. J. McGaughey and Miss Lucia Burnam, Mollie Fife, Zelia tice. Mary Louise and Mary Allen beatherage, Patsy Rosson, Elizabeth urley. Dorothy Ferry, Louise Mcis.ee, Hattie Lee Million, Elizabeth Hagan, Nancy Haden. Mary D. Fickels, Mrs, nas. Jett, and Mrs. Don j. Wiggins If Winchester. The priz...

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. — 30 June 1919

V The Daily Register, Richmond, Madison County, Monday Afternoon, June 30, 1919 BIG FIGHT GOES, . RAIN OR SHINE 5 ft. IsYop&M Up To Hie Minute? We are living in a day of new ideas, new inventions, : and now that the peace treaty has been signed a new world dawns, and just as the automobile opened up a new world to the farmer, so does the ... . , , Electric Light The day of oil lamps has passed, why be bothered with dirty, oily, yellow, lamp light, when you can install a Modern Electric Light Plant on your own farm, at small cost. The undersigned have the selling jrights in Mad ison county for one of the largest lighting plant con cerns, and have one of these machines in full operation at their office, and Would be pleased to snow you. i lurpm & 1 noble - Rear Opera-House Building ' U B ING'S YOU HAVE TRIED OTHER BRANDS NOW TRY THE BEST. ORDER ZARING'S PATENT ASK YOUR NEIGHBOR ILL ADVANCE SALE OF -- . CHAUTAUQUA TICKETS Season tickets for the Chautau qua have been placed in t...

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

an PI Y 3.GISTEM. hi 1 ,1...!,, i V- EstaHSRed 1865 53d Year SAL00IIS WIDE OPEN AT ATLANTIC CITY And LouisvUle Police Chief Says Beer Can Be Sold There Un " ,. til Federal Court Decides ' (By Associated Press) Atlantic City, July 1 Practi cally every: saloon in this resort is" open today dispensing whisky, brandy gin and any other liquor called for. '.. -; Police Chief Says Beer . ,' Can Be Sold In Louisville ' "- ' (By Associated Press) ' : Louisville, July 1 Chief of Po lice Petty today announced - he would not interfere with the sale of two and V three-fourths per cent beer pending; a decisionTof the New Yorjc Federal courts. ImV mediately ) a" number of saloons continued the sale, of beef ' left over ;.in their cellars.' Meanwhile District Attorney Miller anno'uncs ed that war time prohibition erf-1 f orcement will be carried ijout to the letter. ' ; "li . ' C. "Old Red Eye" A Goner, Anyway I ! (By Associated Press) , :: Washington, July1 1 The whole nation, with probably jorie ...

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 July 1919

The rTv Register. Richmoy 3, .Madison County, Tuesday Afternoon, July 1,1919 Richmond Daily Register Stomach is Quick to Upstt When . School Children Are Idle VACATION days are days of over-eating and under-exercu!ng (or most boys and girls. They loll around nibbling at light food, unconcerned whether the fruit is green or ripe. The result u cramp, -skin eruption, pimple, "tummer colds," constipation and diarrhea. The basil of such trouble is an upset stomach, and nothing will give safer and quicker relief than the well known Dr. Caldwell's Syrup Pepsin. It is just a combination of simple laxative herbs with pepsin, a formula evolved some 30 years ago by Dr. Caldwell himself. Syrup Pepsin is now used by millions of people and is today the largest-selling liquid laxative in the world. It is the mildest and gentlest of laxa tives. It regulates the stomach and bowels so well that they can soon work normally again without the aid of medU cine. And unlike the harsher physics and catharti...

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 July 1919

Hie Daily Register, Richmond, Madison County, Tuesday Afternoon, Jaly 1, 1919 1ME CEMENT SAND SCREENINGS & R0CK FOR DRIVEWAY F. H. GORDON COAL & FEED PHONES 28 and 224 SOCIAL and PERSONAL McMurry Boyster , Many friends and loved ones here will be interested in news of the wed ding at Shelby, N. C, of Miss Mar garet McMurry and Mr. D. W. Boys ter. The bride is almost a Richmond girl, for her grandmother, Mrs. Sallie Willis and her mother, who was Miss Cora Willis, were both natives of Madison and widely related and be loved here. The bride often . visits here, and all will extend since rest . UCI CUIU bUQ UUUl Vi UCl VUVAVC Ail of the bride 'and dame of honor en tered next handsome la her town f beaded georgette over'Tatin end wearing a corsage of white wee peas and valley lMlea. Next came the maid of honor the only sister of the bride, Miss Sarah McMurry wearing a creation of green charmuese and silk lace over a silver cloth and carrying a shower bouquet of pink roses. Next ...

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 July 1919

The Daily Register Richmond Madison County, Tuesday Afteicnodn,! July 1, 1919 ,'.:1 Hb'einff ADVANCE IN ... . , i . Mouses Sometime ago when 'the prices were advan ced on Horseshoeing, it was the intention of the undersigned to reduce the prices at the close of the war. However, conditions are even worse now than ever before, since all shoes, nails, labor and everything in our line has advanced in price: We are therefore, compelled to raise the price again and these new prices go into effect today, July 1st. There will be a 20 cent advance over the old prices on all Horseshoeing. Richmond Carriage THIRD STREET Works U RING'S Y0UfH4YE TRIED OTHER BRANDS NOW TRY THE BEST. ORDER ZARING'S PATENT ASK YOUR NEIGHBOR MILL ADVANCE SALE OF , ... CHAUTAUQUA TICKETS Season tickets for the Chautau qua have been placed in the hands of E. V. Elder, Owen McKee, Joe Giunchigliani, and Stockton's Drug Store! Those parties living in, the county who have l piade pledges for. tickets, are requested to g...

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 July 1919

U Establish 1 865 53d Year No. 1 82 Richmond, Madison County, Kentucky, Wednesday Afternoon, July 2, 1919. Single Copy 5 Cents mm SEASON TICKETS SELLING RAPIDLY Iaterest Grows In Splendid Pro grams Redpath Will Offer Hero Next Week. The Great Lakes String Quartet which entertained President and Mrs. Wilson on . two voyages across the Atlantic on the U. S. S. George Washington will be here on the third day of the Chautauqua. The Quartet will be assisted by a pianoist. The Quartet members will give a full concert in the afternoon and will ap pear at night with Mrae Augusta Lenska. prima donna contralto. The Quartet was organized at Great Lakes Naval Training Station, Great Lakes, Illinois, wnere all the members of the organization be longed to the same company and regiment. By special permission . of the Navy Department the quartet made a coast to coast tour of the United States in behalf of the Navy Relief Society, the entire' proceeds foing to the relief of the families and ependent...

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 July 1919

Xhe 1v Register. Richmop J, Madison CoqfttytWednesday Afternoon, July 2, 1919 Richmond Daily Register: jS- FULL BANKING SERVICE fly frV3 Safety P f banking. Mm- - f 77 ' aarement is oaly a part f banklBB. Ber- lwii If 1 "If vice la only a part of banking. . Thla llfjl II-i JI Hank ban all taeae eaaenttala of freed 7 111 tall 1 banking:, and more. Aalde from Safe- iHaaajfll ty, AlanaBemrnt and Service thla Hank IPI la, 41 ham personality that aomethlaK that iVmm Rlvea tha llank life and vitality, . The IIoBbbM ImPII . personality rankn a fully eiiulpped and I J laY well organised bank a aueccaaful bank. . IpJj II m ' i TJila uaaurea a full banking; arrvlce. , 4 MADISOATIONAL JkJ a. M. Iicruik, Editor mm rroarlatoa . Entered at tiie poatoffloo In Richmond u econd claae mall mattor under Act of Congreaa of 1176. Mabaerlatiea Rates. -Car year, toy mall out of city SLtO Six montha by mall out of eltyfl.0 Threo montha by mail out of city f 1.00 (n city, by carrier, per week , 10c One mont...

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. — 2 July 1919

The Daily Register, Richmond, Madison County, Wednesday Afternoon, July 2. 1919 . ! ) 6 UME 1 CEMENT i SAND SCREENINGS & ROCK FQR DRIVEWAY F.H. GORDON COAL & FEED PHONES 28 and 224 son, Mrs. Owen Moore, Misses" Lois Margaret, Katherine, Messrs. Paul and Jessie Moores Mm r, Horace Dozier of Red House, 'Mrs. ' Wink Cosby and little son. Homer Nelson, Messrs, Burgin, and .Guy Cosby and Mr. and Mrs. Hugh G. Powell. In spite of the hard rain all had a nice tune and left, wishing Mrs. Powell many more happy Mrthdays.-rContri-buted. . . :.. . '." . . SOCIAL and PERSONAL Surprise Birthday Dinner It was quite an enjoyable day last Wednesday when a host of. friends and relatives surprised Mrs. Bettie Powell with a' lot of nice preasents .and a most bountiful dinner. Those present - were Mr. Madison Burgin, Mrs. Sallie Langford, Mrs. G. C. Bur rgin and Mrs." Frank Burgin, Mrs. A. H. Wells, Miss tela and Master Oral Wells, Mrs. Hiram Asbill, Mrs. Boyd Wells and little son Boyd " Daniel,...

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 July 1919

The Daily Register,' Richmond Madison County, Wednesday Afternoon, July 2, 1 9 1 9 Catarrh is a Real Enemy and Requires Vigorous 1 reatment Whrn voti use medicated sprays atomizers and douches for your Catarrh, you may succeed in un- ; stopping the choked-up air. pass ages for the time being, but this annoying condition returns, and you have to do the same thing ever and over again. Catarrh has never yet been cured by these local applications. Have you ever experienced any real benefit from such treatment? Thrnur the makeshift remedies' to the winds, and get on the right treatment. Get a bottle of S. S. S. today, and commence a treatment that has been praised by sufferers for nearly half a century. S. S. S. gets right at the source of Catarrh, and forces from the blood the germs which cause the disease. For special medical ad vice free regarding your own case, address Medical Director, 51 Swift Laboratory, Atlanta. Ga. ADVANCE IN Horseshoeing Sometime ago when the prices were advan ...

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 July 1919

iSlKDIKiMdDB 11D HP AJULfW Established 1 865 53d Year No. 1 83 Richmond, Madison County, Kentucky, Thursday" Afternoon, July 3,1919 Single Copy 5 Cents FORMER KAISER TO BE TRIED SOON Says Lloyd George In His Report - To the House of Commons ' On Peace Negotiations I (By Associated Press) ' London, July 3 The former German Emperor will soon be placed on trial. ' Premier Lloyd George made this' statement in the House of Commons today in his report on the peace negotia tions. He declared the tribunal would sit in London and that the German officers who had commit ted appalling infamies would also be tried. " Referring to the probability of German menace, he said the Ger man army at present was inade quate to disturb the peace of the smallest of Germany's neighbors. Diseasing the .peace treaty, he said its term were, terrible in some respects fbr Germany, but added that deeds which justified them were terrible and that still more terrible would' have been the consequences if Germany; v ...

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 July 1919

Hie n;iv Register. Richmoy i Madison County, Thursday Afternoon, July 3, 1919 This Vffl Be Wizard Week at Our Furniture Store Your attention is called to the large display of Wizard products in our window. These are the best articles now being offered on the market, and each article car ries with it the Manufacturer's Guarantee, backed up by us. Look at these prices; Wizard Polish and OR & 1 Cfl Floor Mops (two sizes) $ I tl J ij) 1 1 JU "ar- 25c5oc $i,$3 Wizard Furniture Dusters 7ric to CI flfl The best chemically treated dust Id ijHiUU cloths and dusters on the market WtarfWl!L-.. $2.00 O'Cedar Polish and Mops carried in stock MUNCY BROTHERS THE BIG FURNITURE STORE "We furnish the home neatly, sweetly and completely" COAL IN CAR LOAD LOTS Best 4 inch block coal delivered in car load lots at any R. R. Station in Madison county, July to December shipment. Will sell you one ton or a hundred tons. We sell better coal and at lower prices than any oth ers in the county. Better order...

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 July 1919

V The Daily Register, Richmond, Madison County, . Thursday Afternoon, July 3, 1919 GET THE DIRECT RETURNS FROM THE RIIIG SIDE Oil THE ' Not The retanu will be fur nished by the Postal Telegraph Gk, of Lexington. A special con nection with the Company wiD be installed on the stage of the Opera house in order to get immediate and direct returns from the Bis; Fight ADMISSION 25 GENTS at the OPERA HOUSE JULY 4th 7 llMI CEMENT SAND SCREENINGS & ROCK FOR DRIVEWAY F.H. GORDON COAL & FEED PHONES 28 and 224 SOCIAL and PERSONAL Sow a Smile A voice "across the telephone Can make or mar fhe day; Be careful of the tone you use, And think of what you say. V i. i. i Or know your kindly heart. or people at the telephone Are often miles aDart. The girl who answers "Central" Has a score of lines to mind, Mistakes are sure to happen, So be' patient and be kind. For life is like a garden, Where our daily acts are grown; And as nature hath ordained it, We will reap as we have sown. Then sow a "s...

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 July 1919

V .The Daily Register, Richmond, Madison County, Thursday Afternoon, July 3, 1919 11 Constipated; ttilloun; dhtstf neauacaes: imrrous; irri table: "feellnc bad j, mUt over . Whole syatnin co :; (euted. "All phlgsoi up. I Dr. Thacher'S Liver and Blood Syrbp ! what you tiHd, . It's purely veiretable tonic and lood purifier. Mildly laxa- IlM Pi 'uJl tlve or thoroughly cathartic according to the dose. It wakes up luy LIVER and keepa Tt "on the Job". It Induces healthy action of the KIDNEYS, ft puts the BOWELS in good condition and keeps them that way. YOU need something of this kind and every mem ber of the family, from the children up, does .too. Get it at your drug store. : "For two yrim I suffered with sum kind ot toeuch trouble and Indigwtloa. I tried Kraal tmtiim, but could ret so rt lltf until I tritd reur DR. THACHER'S LIVER AND BLOOD SYRUP. Two hVttlte eured me. i. I bare ne trauble with nr atam. acn maw ; eaa u tanning 1 ire wunemi ir. Mil Johaaoa Teas. THACHER medicine go. L M...

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. — 4 July 1919

flfiJKD 111 1 1 " ' J 1 11 111 11 i ' in i ii mm , "iT - Established 1 865-v53d Year No. 184:; Richmond, Madison County, Kentucky, Friday Afternon, July 4, 1919 ' r Single Copy 5 Cents 7 4" ' !-( Q HANY PEOPLE STILL BELIEVE III WITCHES V ciay Prof. Smith, of Berea Col- 'V lege, In Address lo folklore Society At Louisville. Home remedies', . charms and witch doctors are not entirely of V the past, according to an address delivered by Prof. J. F. Smith, of ' Berea College, at ' the annual meeting of the Kentucky Folklore Society in Louisville last week. Prof. Smith took the place on v-, the program of President William f G. Frost, of Berea College, who is in France. He claimed signs and sayings are as true to many coun try folks as the scripture, and . personal experience has proved to him that women are much more . credulous "mystic believers" than men.. . ' : -J " . The speaker vividly 'pictured how many a poor soul i through ignorance goes to the witch doc tor, is bound to secrecy ...

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. — 4 July 1919

'f -M The H-Hv Register. Richmcyj Madison County, Friday Afternoon, July 4, 1919 Richmond Dafly Register Week at Our Furniture Store Your ajjertyon is called to the large display of Wzrd products in our window. These arq tfe Best articles ; now being offered on the market, and each article car ries with it the Manufacturer's Guarantee, backed up by us. ( Look at these prices:- ' ' 1 Wizard Polish and f4 OC & 01 Efl Floor Mops (two sixes) . $ I if J 9 1 lJU; Wizard Furniture OCc Cflc CH Q ' Polish, in cans .... IQ 3U $ I J $J Wizard Furniture Pasters ; 7Ec to M flfl The best chemically treated dust I J t j I lUU cloths and dusters on the market ' ' , Wizard Wall CO flfl Brushes...... pfiUU O'Cedar Polish and Mops carried in stock MUNCY BROTHERS THE BIG FURNITURE STORE "We furnish the home neatly, sweetly and completely" f COAL IN CAR LOAD LOTS Best 4 inch block coal delivered in car load lots at any R. R. Station in Madison county, July to December shipment. Will sell you one ton...

Publication Title: Richmond Daily Register
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