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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond daily register. — 4 July 1919

The Daily Register, Richmond, Madison County, Friday Afternoon, July 4, 1919 - " -",'v 1 1 LIME i t CEIIENT .;VSAMD. .;.; ,.. SCREENINGS & ROCK FOR DRIVEWAY - F. H. GORDON : COAL & FEED PHONES 28 and 224 Cotillion at Boonesboro : ,'v ' The Richmond Cotillion Club gave a daflCiCftt BoonesboraWedn'dsday even- tag, which ,was perfect in. every .detail. and was said by every one who at tended, to be one of the most charm ing: affairs of thd entire year. Smith's Orchestra furnished the, music, the flcr.w4-i4 spletndid c6ndrtion, the mnch'was tteUciojos and everything wafl 'rdonefor th? enjoyiiient " of the SOCIAL arid PERSONAL Entertains At 500 , , . JUisses Coates, were hostesses at a five hundrerd party Thursday to which a large number of friends were invited. The first prize was won by Miss Bettie Perry, the guest prize to Miss Kuth Thomas of Lexington. A sandwich and ice course was served Their cruests included Misses Marv Catherine Jasper, Amy and Margaret rurley, wettie Kat...

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. — 4 July 1919

1 The Daily Register, Richmond, Madison County, Friday Afternoon; July 4, 1919 ZAhNG you have; tried other brands now try the best. ORDER ZARING'S PATENT ASK YOUR NEIGHBOR MILL FOR RENT Two beautiful office ooms in the Oldham Bldg. Ask W. D. Oldham or janitor. 184-6t UNION SUPPLY GO. Annual Stockholders Meeting Farmers Union Election. Annual faction of directors of the Union Supply Company and officers of the Madison County Farmers Union will be held at 10 m., Saturday, jury otn, at me store. Green Qay, Sec. 182 2 rf AN ORDINANCE V An Ordinance authorzin and ' di recting the City " Attoney of Rich mond) Kentucky, to Institute an action for the closing of a ten foot alley way as shown on Plat of the Block bound ed by Third, Walnut, Broadway, and Second streets. The portion pro posed to be closed is that portion ly ing immediately, also south side of the warehouse of the Madison Tobacco Warehouse Company, and on each side of it the Madison Tobacco Warehouse Company ' owns the abutting...

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 July 1919

- sryt ft-..- GIBTE Established 1865 53d Year No. 185 Richmond, Madison County,' Kentucky, Saturday Afternoon, July 5, 1919 Single Copy 5 Cents IE BIG CHAUTAUQUA . ATlltTA Alinilf Muy Buying Season Tickets For ; A Whole Week of High Class Entertainment. Richmond's' big Redpath Chau tauqua opens Monday afternoon, nnH thr nonpars everv assurance that the chautauqua this year will prove a decided success from all standpoints. Season ticket sales . are proving satisfactory and with good weather, the big brown tent will prove a mecca for all this section next week. . , '-The program opens Monday af- . IVI JIVUU II V W vv www-- tette giving the first entertain ment. This' is said to be one of the best musical organizations on 'tour, and their solos as well as chorus' work are said to delight all who hear them. -: In the evening, Miss Ada Ward, of London, England, will lecture on "Getting Together." Miss .Ward was one of the few women chosen out of all England to en tertain the Tommies at ...

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. — 5 July 1919

'"TV-' The n3v Register. Richmoy 3, Madison County, Saturday Afternoon, July 5, 1919 i. . . lis fill Be fjzarjl at Week Oar Itonitare Store Your attention is called to the large jdisplay of Wizard . products 'in pur window. These are the best articles c 51 How biri'g ; offered on the market,' and each article car- , . ries with it the Manufacturer's Guarantee, backed up byus.T Look at these prices: ' ..,$1,25 4 $1.50 . 25c 50c $1, 53 Wizard Polish and ' Floor Mops (two sizes) . . . Wizard Furniture Polish, in cans Wizard Furniture Dusters 7Cc to 04 fth The best chemically treated dust I J . SllUU cloths and dusters on the market Wto",w2L $2.00 O'Cedar Polish and Mops earned 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 ...

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. — 5 July 1919

The Daily Register, Richmond, Madison County, Saturday Afternoon, Jary 5. 1919 UME i CEMENT O SCREENINGS & ROCK cMfrEOR DRIVEWAY H F.H. GORDON a r.OAi. Rr FF.F.n PHONES 28 and 224 SOCIAL and PERSONAL Wells -Day -. --w- The following beautifuly engraved announcements have been received by friends here. Mrs. Wm. Wells announces the marriage of : her daughter Sallie Louise to Mr. John B. Day . on Thursday, July the third Nineteen hundred and nineteen Lexington Kentucky At Home After July fifteenth Nicholasville, Kentucky Hiss Wells and Mr. Day were uni ted in marriage at the home of the bride's cousin, Mrs. H. C. Karr, 432 Woodland avenue Lexington by Rev. G. W. Nutter of Nicholasville. Immediately after the ceremony the the couple left on the noon train east, and after a short trip they will return- to - Nicholasvilla ...whor . they will reside. " ""' t- The Bride" ia the' only daughter of Mrs. Wm. Wells, formerly of Madi son county, and is well known here, having been a frequent ...

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. — 5 July 1919

i .,... ,.,.. . The Daily Register, Richmond, Madison' County, Saturday Afternoon, July 5, 1 91 9 BANKING BY MAIL SAFE-PRIVATE ano CONVENIENT instance is no Object to us Bart of the country yon fva in ink to your door nd furtheft ter hat , g ourf 4 .... . EUANSyillC " swr evory aoiiar leu Wltn UL Thi swan KarSSHiat,n rom you' will bring Of pianauon or our Dlan of "Bank Inn bv Mall iZSPJi" Uo largest Sank In Indian oxolus ei xnaianapolla. " .mims RESOURCES U KBARLV HALT A 1TUV IN U3IN3- . SEE Mrs. Ida Swafford, North street, for the most , attractive braids and transformations. Sure to please. Give her a trial. Phone 622. ' ' 181 5p Lubricators, Oil Cups, Valves Steam Hose, Thresher. ; Supplies Carried In Stock Write or Phone : J. J. FITZGERALD CO. Incorporated . 132 S Limestone Lexington, Ky ifinicnu rirrmir rtr Dr, JAMES H. JEFFRIES PHYSICIAN Offlce OLDHAM IIUILDING MalM St. Office 08 PHONES Residence 668 152 1 mo ADVANCE SALE OF . CHAUTAUQUA TICKETS Season tickets for the Chautau ...

Publication Title: Richmond Daily Register
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond daily register. — 7 July 1919

MM(D)iM MM Established 1865 53d Year No. 186 Richmond, Madison County, Kentucky, Monday Afternoon, July 7, 1919 ' Single Copy 5 Cents fiBffiB flj) KILLING AT COLORED CHURCH III COUNTY Bruce Maupin Shoots Tom Old ham To Death, Claiming He , Was Advancing With Razor Tom Oldham, colored, was shot and instantly ' killed in front of Goodloe's Chapel, a , colored church near Brassfield, by Bruce Maupin, another negro Sunday afternoon. Services were in progress inside the building at the time of the killing, and there is said to have been but one wit ' ness to the affair, a negro named DUIard Todd. t Maupin shot Oldham three times; two balls taking effect in the head and the third ' in the body and death was instantane ous. Maupin says that Oldham was advanced upon him with a drawn razor threatening his life, and that he shot to save himself, Immediately after the killing, he came to town, and was arrested by Chief of Police Claude Devore at the home of Monroe Bates in the east end. He is ...

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. — 7 July 1919

nV... The IV3y Register. Richmc? i Madison Comity, Monday Afternoon, July 7, 1919 :: V;. WE CARRY A FULL LINE OF Groceries Including Meats, Lard, Coffee, Sugar, Canned Goods, Fresh Fruits and Vege tables, Meal, Flour, in fact everything that is kept in an up to date Grocery M. H. Wells & Co. Corner Second and Irvine Streets PHONE 420 Richmond Daily Register H. M. SAUF1,K. Editor aad Praprtrtar i ' , - ..mi winatnfflntk In TllrtllXlOIld Iiuicicu uv vv - - as second class mall matter under Act of Congress of 1876. Kabacrlptloa Ratea. Per year, by mall out or city JIM Six month by mall out of clty$a.0 Three months by mall out of city $1.00 fn city, by carrier, per week., .. . . 10c One month by mall .. os Subscriptions are strictly cash-ln-ad-vance to all and paper will be stopped promptly when subscription has ax-plred. POLITICAL ANNOUNCEMENTS The Dally Register Is authorized to announce the following candidates for nomination subject to the action of the Democratic Primary, Augus...

Publication Title: Richmond Daily Register
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond daily register. — 7 July 1919

The Daily Register, Richmond, Madison County. - Monday Afternoon, July 7, 1919 t I s , CEMENT i SAND .-.X?;i:-;.- SCREENINGS & ROCK FOR DRIVEWAY F. H. GORDON COAL & FEED PHONES 28 and 224 SOCIAL and PERSONAL Attractive Bridge Party Miss Mary Q. Covington entertain ed quite a number of friends at Bridge Friday afternoon, in honor of her sister, MrsK' H. Hasbrouck naynes, 01 vnicago. ine Deauniui home. at Maple Lawn, was decorated with a profusion of garden flowers. The table in the . dining room was covered with, an exquisite lace cover and a basket of white hydrangeas was the center piece, silver baskets of salted nuts and mints being placed about on the table. Miss Josephine Cavincrttm served nunr.h in the hall. , and the hostess was assisted by her nrother and Mrs. James Wagers. At the conclusion or the game a delicious MEATS THAT ARE O.K. That's What We Claim. No matter how warm the weather, our refrigeration keeps the Meats in prime condition. Fancy Groceries, Fresh Vege...

Publication Title: Richmond Daily Register
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond daily register. — 7 July 1919

it 'Hf ' The Dafly Register, Richmond,- Madison County, Monday Afternoon; July 7, 1919 'V Dexter "Double Tub" This machine gets right down to business as soon as the power is turned on. It washes, rinses wrings by power, all at the same time. ' Does big family washing in less than the time required by the ordinary power washer. . . Dexter Double Tub, has complete power washing gearing in both tubs a handy swinging wringer which carries the clothes forward from one operation to the other no waiting no delays.' - Note the heavy steel frame which keeps all working parts in alignment, insuring smooth running and satisfactory service-folding steel shelf which accommodates either extra rinse tubs or clothes baskets. FOR SALE BY DOUGLAS & SIMMONS SECOND STREET v ... FOR RENT Two beautiful office- John A.rJriuguely sold nine pigs rooms in the Oldham Bldg. Ask W. k rae : pounds, to A. D. Smith, at 18 1-2 v. uianam or janitor. ie-oi cents a pound. GOOD LfU At Low Prices TRY SEXTONS ' 1 Ow...

Publication Title: Richmond Daily Register
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond daily register. — 8 July 1919

(U) EOT 4S - """ 'WHB STEI ' r'. - ? jr 1 1 : tSbf.fi .v ; '. . : ' T i M Established 1 865 53d Year; No. 187 ; : f J- .RicRmond, Madison County, Kentucky, Tuesday Afternoon, ! July 8, 1919 . . .i i ... ; : Single Copy 5 Cents l.'-TV.v-c-' JUDGE COCHRMr v : TELLS THE FACTS ' ' ' ." - ' ' . .. " " ; About Movement To Get Federal Cort At Lexington-Not Pbm ', oeo lo fciiiniiw '-7- ' A meeting of a mimDer of citizens Ska SiS cpurt at Lengton Jr. Warfleld Bennett. fSmTederal tF'-i A CTtf J Cocnwua, detailing the Judge A. M. J- wcn . mmenda- ffliSSS? Lexington. Many tions regaruiiis m0Ve to local citizens 't SLnSto? would. ttean the r!Tscontinudnce KSaUewSsierral of of court Mre. or " hU8iness done a large P" " Tt 1 is0 point- frs whiS there can be no pos- letter: ayiUe; i , . 6th July, 1919. . , Bennett, Esq:, 3 - ' Diahave '"received, a telegram from VourS and&prbtesting against yourseix uuu Court from nr is no movement on ter as an additional place. Last weeic i ouwu " the Attorney...

Publication Title: Richmond Daily Register
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Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond daily register. — 8 July 1919

The Daily Register, Richmond, Madison County; Tuesday Afternoon, July 8, 1919 KEPT HER AWAKE V Tkt Terrible Pains b Back and Sides. Cardui Gave Relief. Marfcsville, La. Mrs. Alice Johnson, of Ihls place, writes: "For one year I wHered with an awful misery In my back md sides. My left side was hurting me A the time. The misery was something ewfuL I could not do anything, not even sleep at night. It kept me awake most of the ight ... I took different medicines, but nothing did me any good or relieved me until I took Cardui ... I was not able to do any of my work tor one year and I got worse all the time, was confined to my bed off and on. I gui to bad with my back that when I stooped iova I was not able to straighten up again ... I decided. I would try Cardui ... By time I had taken the entire bottle I was feeling pretty good and could straighten up and my pains were nearly ill gone. I shall always praise Caidui. I con Hnued taking it until I was strong and well." If you suffer from p...

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. — 8 July 1919

Ihc 'Hflv Register. RicKcac? 1 Madison Coohty, Tuesday Afternoon, July 8, 1919 . PIGS DO . ON FAT BACK F. H. GORDON COAL & FEED PHONES 28 and 224 SOCIAL and PERSONAL Dinner Party For Daughter The Sunday's Courier gives the following account of a dinner party fiven by Mrs. Thomas Jefferson mith, of Louisville, at the Counrty Club in honor of her daughter, Miss Elise Smith, who had just returned from the University of Michigan Covers were laid for Mesdames Thomas Jefferson Smith , Vincent Thomas, Misses Eliza Smith, Harriet Cox, Lucy Lemon, Penelope Hardy, Carolyn Radford, Louise Bulkeley, Emily Atlsheler, Alice Latham, Mel ville Otter, Doris Thompson, Frances Knapp, Mary Gunn Powell, Julia Henning, Henrietta Henning, Eliza beth Washburne, Mildred Burgwin, of Pittsburg, Mary Phillips Burgwin, of Pittsburg, Majorie Moore Morgan, Meta Renshaw, Elizabeth Mengel, Effie Thixton, Messrs. Gilbert Cowan, John M. Brown, Samuel English, Carl Smith, Andrew Broaddus, Philip Ringworm I suaip s...

Publication Title: Richmond Daily Register
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Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond daily register. — 8 July 1919

The Daily Register, Richmond Madison County, - Tuesday Afternoon, July 8, 1919 Chicago Foot Snecialist is a I . . - Coming Here At considerable expense and trouble, we have ar ranged for a foot expert to be af this store JULY 16 and 17 for the convenience of foot sufferers. Examination and Advice Free No More Hurting Feet This expert, who is one of the Staff of Dr, Wm. M. Scholl, the noted specialist and recognized foot authority is able to tell at once what the real cause-of your foot trouble is. He knows feet as a dentist does teeth or as an architect does houses. Tfwuisa 'J Dl Scholl AppUcom orlfotwtyExEveyExtTwufik No matter how simple or how serious your foot trouble is, he can tell you (and how you) how to gain Immediate Relief and a rapid correction of the difficulty. Remember the dates. Be sure to come in. Everybody welcome. HAMILTON BROS. Richmond "Watch VbsrfieaiT (isf FULL BANKING SERVICE fS ILml Safety la only a part of banking;. Man- YC'' MM &Ji aicement la only n p...

Publication Title: Richmond Daily Register
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Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond daily register. — 9 July 1919

; . ij' ftp pus c ilcaiinv lit Established J 865 53d Year No. 4 ' . ; Richmond; Madisori . County Kentucky, Wed nesday Afternoon, July 9, 191.9. Single Copy 5 Cents GREAT PLEA FOR LEAGUEOF NATIONS Few speakers, unless President Wils6n: himself or ex-President Taft, could excel in the defense of the ' League of Nations that was made at the Chautauqua Tuesday evening by Dr. Klein, of the Red path staff. . The big audience lis tened to his every word, and gave him a round of applause " at Jits conclusion. , He argued that the United States is in honor and duty bound to enter the League of Na tions, and brought' evidence "to support his. argument ' that; ap pears incontrovertible In what other way, he asked, can a plan be suggested that ,will. preserve the peace of the world ? The strong est and most -partisan! critics 'of . the League have offered nothing and the time has arrived when the vent another such horror as the warthat haV just ended." v Space forbids,, even a- resume , oi . 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. — 9 July 1919

lfcsl..y Rerisr, Richmond, f,lasca Ccusty. Vecbscday Af tsrr.c.:, J! V, I i j V GE DEMONSTRATION ONE DAY ONLY JULY 10 Afternoon 3:30 Evening 7:30 The Ladies of Richmond and vicinity are invited to witness a Demonstration of the Hughes Electric Range at our office on Second street, Thursday afternoon and evening Electric cooking is the only method, where you have perfect heat contro!,'r.o matches, or fires to bu:!i, rirr. ply the turn of a switch to obtain any desired heat. Not only convenient but also the only method where dirt is entirely eliminated. No blackening of cooking utensils or soiling of clothes during preparation of meals. DO NOT FAIL TO SEE THE WONDERFUL MERITS OF ELECTRICITY FOR COOKING Ranges will be sold on payments ; a small amount down i and balance each month, with your lighting bill. Kentucky Utilities Company b t i. ii Geo. Fawkes, Manager HDI 1? mm UMMMS ESP! ii i,i r: 35 1 HIV" 1 GHiCEES fiS3BB3V Bfll VALUE 512 Fourth Ate. PURCHASING a bar pin from Lemon &...

Publication Title: Richmond Daily Register
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond daily register. — 9 July 1919

! r-n - I i I, PIGS DO ON FAT BACK '9' : n it nnnAii J COAL & FEED rnunno co ana SOCIAL and PERSONAL Beautiful 500 Party One of the prettiest of the many social functions, of the past week. was the 600 party, to which Miss JoseDhme Covinjrton, was . host in honor of Missess Helen and Margaret guests of Miss Elizabeth Hume. The attractive home at Maple Lawn was artir mlly decorated with , garden floJ, white and green being the coloff3cheme which was also carried i. : 4.1- w:.4-n AMj nii;An TIiaha t t nr-tr and Amy rurley, Laura Isabel uen- i i tii; t i.t TT T :il T(f: BIG REDUCTIONS 1 ON SUMMER STOCKS including Hundreds of Articles of Women's Wearing Ap parel, Millinery and Udds and Ends in all Departments. , B. E. BELUE CO. The Ladies Store" Fall Lines are being re ceived daily Hisle, Laura Martina and Rowena Coates, Anna Phelps, Nannie Evans, Carlisle and Nannie 1 Chenault, of Maysville, Miss . Dozier, of Alabama, Misses Scanlan, of Nashville, Miss Burton of Missouri, and Messr...

Publication Title: Richmond Daily Register
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Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond daily register. — 9 July 1919

' .'..-.V W fcSfc-vs". Thp ru7v Register. ftichniCY i Magspn, Comity, Wednesday Afternoon, July 9, 1 9 1 9 j :" GREATTOBAGGO .a There s nothing the matter with the old car- v if she's tuned up right ' " AY.. CROP THIS YEAR P7 J V V if.V ' A volt in time saves nine TCLECTRICITY is the nerve supply of every "L- car big or little. Come to think of it; insufficient current has directly or indirectly been the cause of whatever troubles you have had with your car. Tune it up right with an Eveready Storage Battery-it'll save both your nerves and the car's. Come in and read the guarantee of a year-and-a-half tiptop starting; ignition, and lighting. - ir.o . . . . RICHMOND BUICK GO. ' PHONE 710 TEST EYtKiDY z IMUtalr iMiintwJ mnSnt miaow salposJlaa, tba '-trilr f ir r il uf ll lulln, lnsUi ADO TTlhas Week Progressive Shows WILL EXHIBIT IN RICHMOND AT THE L. aodlA. Depoti ON THIRD STREET High Class Attractions AND AMUSEMENTS FOR YOUNG AND OLD CONCESSIONS and RIDES WILL BE IN FULL AND COMPLETE...

Publication Title: Richmond Daily Register
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond daily register. — 10 July 1919

.IS a(BDamHiiD i, r V J--' Established 1865 53d Year No. tas f , y Richmond, Madison County, Kentucky , Thursday Afternoon, July 1 0, 1919 Single Copy 5 Cents J) y : LEAGUE RECOGNIZED AS INDISPENSABLE By Even Most Skeptical of Peace Conferees, Wilson Tells Sen ,. ate In Presenting Treaty ' (By Associated Press) ' Washington, July 10 Presi dent Wilson today laid the peace treaty with Germany before the Senate without an attempt to ex plain its specific terms- . His' ad . dress, which required 40 minues to deliver, was devoted almost en tirely to the League of Nations. American isolation, the Presi dent said, ended 20 years ago at 'the close of the Spanish-American Fear of American s' motives is is now ended, he declared. There can be no question of our ceasing to be a world power. . He con tinued that the only question is whether America can refuse the moral leadership . offered us ; whether we shall accept "or reject the confidence of the world. The war and the peace confer ence, 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. — 10 July 1919

Hie Dafly Register, Richmond, Madison County; Thursday Afternoon, July 10; 191? Richmond Daily Register If You Want to See Your Feet at Their Very Prettiest, Trv These COLONIAL PUMPS Their taper'nR tcs, hfoh insteps, and graceful contours will give you a new interest in footwear and its possibilities for the enhancement of your appearance. You have your choice of DULL KID SKIN, PATENT OR BLACK SATIN At $7.00 a Pair Same model in White Canvas at Ili-ginning J-.ily 5th, we will close at 1 o'clock on Sat.-.rd-.:ys during July and August. .$5.00 WOMEN'S SECTION. FIRST FLOOR. POTTERS 1 FIFTH NEAR VINE J CINCINNATI WE PAT POSTAGE ON ALL MAIL ORDERS. TRIED and TRUE DON'T FORGET THAT YOUR FRIEND JAMESD. BLACK is a Candidate for the Democratic Nomination FOR GOVERNOR at the primary August 2nd, and wants and needs the vote of ev ery one of his friends in this sec tion of the state. He is a sure winner if his friends will go out to the polls, but don't take things for granted. He will give Ken...

Publication Title: Richmond Daily Register
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