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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond daily register. — 17 January 1919

The Daily Register, Richmond Madison County Kentucky Friday Afternoon, January 1 7, 1919 i LIFT OFF CORNS! With fingers ! Corns and cal luses lift off. No pun! News of the Churches First Presbyterian Church. Sunday School 9:30; morning ser vice at 11; subject, "Undeveloped Lives." Church of China t. Scientist. Sunday morning at 11 o'clock; rob Life;" prayer meeting Wednes- QUICK RELIEF FROM CONSTIPATION iiasric! Just drop a little Freezone on that tourhv corn, instantlv it stocs J"Ct aching, then you lift the corn off with ,2ay evening at 7:u; everjnooy cor the finders. Truly! No humbug! 'dially invited. First Christian inurcn. ; Sunday School 9:30; morning ser vice at 10:45; subject, "The Widening Sovereignty of Christ- Calvary Baptist Church. Sunday School at 10; B. Y. P. U. at .1 o'clock. i Catholic Church. I Mass at 7; mass at 9:30. First Baptist Church. Sunday School 9:30; morning ser vice 10:45; subject, "Courage for a Great Task." i Methodist Church. Saturday evening at 7:30,...

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. — 18 January 1919

PI ' . ..". i ... S Established 1865 53d Yeai No. 41 U Riehmnnrl. Marlicrtrt Pnsmtv SafiiVrlav AfArnvn Tarnn'rw Ifi 1Q1Q mgie opy rive ir.:.; .4 r MANY MADISON DOGS WILL HAVE TO BE SHOT Unless Owners Pay Tax and Cecur License Tr Quickly Sheriff Whitlock Gets Instructions Although there are 2,663 dogs listed for taxation with the Assessor or Tax Commissioner of Madison county, li censes have only been taken out for 1,667, and officials at the court house today said that unless their owners secure proper license and tag to show that the dog tax haa been paid, they will have to be shot and very soon. Instructions are going out from Frankfort to Sheriffs and other offi cers that their duty must be done about this matter. Sheriff Pete Whit lock has just received a letter of in structions from the State iparnei Curt Jett Now A Student of Theology Union City, Jan. 18. Rev. Curtis yett, after . preaching ere and at several other places and njoying a hearty hand shape with lany old friends, ...

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. — 18 January 1919

Print Shovinw Throu.-:! if I 1 f I. i Mm i t A! If-- - i . - ) r'i 1 1 11 it u 1 A II It fi;! r 1 "3v ; r- iff $ If : . f r f r !f Mi m in CONSTIPATION -a- tt -Aai Scar Stomach Cuoed TUi Lady Mock Scfferia;. Black Draagat Reliered. Maadorarllla, Kj. Mr. Paerl Pat rick, of till place, write: "I ni wry constipated. I had soar stomach, ud tu so uncomfortable. I went to the doctor. He gsre me mdi pills. Th weakened me and aeemed to tear up my digestion. Thtj would tripe me and afterward It aeemed I was more constipated than before. I heard of Black-Draught and te nded to try It. I found It just what I needed. It waa an easy laxaUre, and sot bed to rw allow. My digestion soon to proved. I got well of the sour atom- ech. my bowels soon seemed normal, no more griping, and I would take a dose now and then, and was la good shape. I cannot say too much for Blaek. Draught for it Is the finest lazatrn oe can use." ThedXard'a Black-Draught has tor many years been found of great rains in the trea...

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. — 18 January 1919

Print S:.ovin ?' WO : ALHAT.iuZl Opera House Opea7te lfcSOstaO fcJiriwfcw 20c Wee Tsi iactasW 4 19, IKa DaHy fester, Madbon County, Kentucky, Saturday Afternoon, January 1 8. 1919. crctiy Guh ia 1 Battling jane" A Paramount picture Also Y Roland ia "HAJJDS UP. Euth who finds lore In a unique lnafinef who nearly falls' a Victim t t. L&t J j . . i , . - - ' . .-. ,7""' w ura ueuoway- A 0..1 the OldSouth : 13?- iPe!hs Frederick : in her latest photoplay rat m li' ' a 2- BBl Srlfi TUESDAY. Fred Stone in . v' "THE GOAT" The biggest hit of the Beason, and "SLEUTHS" a two reel Sennett Com edy. "A war weekly also. THIS SPACE RESERVED 4 trv 1 Social end Pencd - - - Mrs. H. C Jasper Is with relatives in Cincinnati this week. Prof. J .B. Harris and Mrs. Harris Mr. Laden Burnam was with friends in Danville this week. wnt Thursday in Lexington. Mr. Eugene Land made a business trip to Valley View Thursday. Mis Hattie Gourley jot Lexington, is visiting Mrs. W. E. Luzon. Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Trib...

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. — 18 January 1919

V 1 IbDy RrtafrRkfambnci Mi&on Ccunty ICentucly Saturdiy Afternoon; Jis anyM, 1919 IV m Ti i : i J - r m :- IV -iff. m Many Good Jobs Open Jn I Government Service Mr. J. M. Walker, local agent of the Federal Civil Service Commission, has just received notification of a large number of good positions which are open in government service. Tbe war is practically ended but war work is not. The . tremendous labor of details of adjusting the ac-f counts and paying the bills will occu py the time of a large force for many months to come. The Ordnance De partment of the Army alone is in need of 200 senior cost accountants at entrance salaries ranging from $2,200 to $4,200 a year; 300 junior cost accountants at entrance salaries rar.cnnjr from SI .200 to $2,000 a year; and 300 clerks qualified in accounting at entrance salaries ranging from $1, 000 to 01.800 a year, for service at ordnance establishments throughout the United States and in the head quarters at Washington, D. C. The colle...

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. — 20 January 1919

1 udged prinl 1 XblSCeLored Spots on Pixz K ? VMML tablished 1865 53d Yeai No. 42 Richmond, Madison County, Kentucky, Monday Afternooi, January 20. 1919. E Mm Cnnv Fiv ("V-; f iai iiussey Entire Crop at $70.50 Unheard of Prices Continue to be Paid for Tobacco as Selling Continues At Home House Today. Tip top prices for tobacco were paid the Home Warehouse today when selling shifted across the street 5 morning. Enthusiasm was un jnded when Mat Tussey sold his big p for a total average of $70.50. 11 Luxon was all smiles and boost- ksr as never before in his life, and r rowers who have "weed on the teaks of this popular house were en- usiastic to a point that knew no uruls. They see wealth undreamed rolling in toward them from their e,i as 11 sens over tnese oreaKs, 1 all are delighted. Mr. Tussey's P sold from 55 cents for the lowest ket to w cems a pouna xor uie t prade, and he was delighted with check that he received with the -e of the Home House on one cor- lr r. His crop sold by ...

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. — 20 January 1919

The Daily Register, Richmond, MacEson County Keatnckyf.jonday Afternoon, January 20. 1919 I I ? . 4 I: 'J; f : f ..I: 1 ' ' rip; 1 i I i 1' i : Hardly a Drugstore in the Land J . - That Does Not Sell This Rcmcdji 0a She Market Hal? Century. 1 When yoa are In perfect beafth, fend are enjoying a strong and Tixor ous vitality, it is then that your blood is free from all impurities. Yoa should be very earefal and give heed to the slightest indication of impure blood. A sluggish circula tion is often indicated by an impaired iTrsetite. a fealma? ef and tl general ealrenliig of the system. It is then that yoa should promptly takrl a few bottles of S. 8. &, the fraat blood purifier and atrengthener. E will cleanse the blood thoroucalT tot build tip and strengthen the whokJ system. S. S. 8. to told by all dror-l gists. Valuable inf ormattoa about toe blood supply can be had free by writ inr to the Swift Spedfle Col 2d Swift Laboratory. Atlanta. Ga. Richracna DsDy IleSsr i. M. Saafley. E...

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. — 20 January 1919

f.!ia Ccuty, f.!csday Aftwnoon, Jnniwry 20, 1919 ALHAMBRA Opera House Opm7U ltJOptta. T 0 A Y TUESDAY - Paramount presents for the first . time in pictures,- the world famed comedian, ; ' Fred Stczs in "THE GOAT" "SLEUTHS" a two reel Sennett Com edy. A war weekly also. - 7ED;uSSDAY ALICE DItADY in "HER GREAT CHANCE" "FIGHTING FOR FREEDOM" 2nd episode of the official British war pictures and a Lions and Morgan comedy. Prulha Frederick in her latest photoplay A Daughter cf Us Old South Antonio Moreno and Carol Holloway in "THE IRON TEST,1 also a Para mount Picto graph. 20c War Tax falwUd His DiHy Hr Every reader of this col umn will be interested in this space. Watch it Social and Persons) Pattie A. Cla7 Infirmary. Mr. Wm. CNeil of the Madison Na tional Bank, is ill with influenza. Mr. and Mrs. M. C Kellogg1 spent several days last week in Cincinnati. Mrs. James W. Smith and son, Harvey, spent Saturday in Cincinnati. Mr. and Mrs. . Conard Long spent Saturday and Sunday with friends 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. — 20 January 1919

r. r i . IK; 3f 1 1 , : "t i - . - - i v t. Ik Vi Hi f . I-'- I : t. A: J ' 4 Its' Daily Register.1 Rkhmcmd R!a&on County Kentucky Monday Afternoon, January 20, 1919 FOR STDBBORII COUGHS AND COLDS Dr. King's New Discovery has a fifty year record behind It It built its reputation on its produc tion of positive results, oa its tureness la relieving the throat irritation ot colds, coughs, grippe and bronchial attacks. "Dr. King's New Discovery? TOy. my folks wouldn't use anything else!' That's the general nation-wide esteem in which this well-known remedy is held. Its action is prompt, its taste pleasant, its relief gratifying. Half a century of cold and cough checking. All druggists. 60c and $1.20. Bowels Out of Kilter? That's nature calling for relief. Assist her in her daily duties with Dr. King's New Life Pills. Not a purgative in the usual dose, but a mild, effective, corrective, laxative that teases the bowels into action. 25c Young Fanner Loses Wife McDougle Gets Fine Place ...

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. — 21 January 1919

f JMDISI mrnrnm 1 1 stablished 1865 53d Year fcuRK COUNTY HERO VISITS FRIENDS HERE t Gallantry and Bravery of Ken tnckians In Many Battle. Wearing two wound strip and a n j cord given by France for numer ous citations for bravery, Cecil Ellon, 0f dark County, who has many rela and friends here, came to Bich p,on.l Saturday, and was a guest of iv. p. J. Williams, and others here. H. paid the Daily Register an appre ciated call. Few of the boys who went to the service of their country from this sec- tk-i. so distinguished themselves as young Elian. F'kin is home on a 30 days furlough ,''.t which he will return to New - . - 1 TI. t. - r,, r,bf r of the 18th Company, 5th n--::r.er.t. U. S. Marines, and enlisted i- c incinnati a little over a year ago. Me ha boon in France since January 1- . . F.Kin tells a gripping siory oi "evtr the top," and the horrors and cyries of war. "I would not take a fortune for my experiences1 he com r -.te.l. "but I would not give a penny t . jo through any ...

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. — 21 January 1919

The Daily Register, Richmond, Madison County Kentucky Tuesday Afternoon, January 21. 1919 KEEPS WATCH 01! SEAMEN'S HEALTH Uncle Sam Will Take Good Care of His Merchant Crews. COOPERATIVE UD AlID DEVELOPS C0"PAIIY IT 11 ' 41 5 SEAMAN'S BOTTLE IS LATEST Don't try to save money buying cheap or big-can Baking Powders. You cant do it. You'll throw out more in spoiled bakings than you save on price of the powder. And don't think that old style high priced powders are best because they cost most. They are not CALUMET S has proved in millions of bake-day tests that it is the best baking powder ever made that's why it is the biggest selling baking powder in the world today. No other baking powder maxes sucn temptingly gooa tenaer wholesome bakings. No baking powder of any where near the same quality is sold et such a low price. T7 t i t. i tunc writ rrift iuuuseiessuituuniei ueuiusc PAY THJIIj 1 it s the highest grade bakingpowder. 1 Q I lU If 1 1 I One teaspoonful is equal to two teaspoonfu...

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. — 21 January 1919

The Da3y Utltr. f.!s&ca Cwsty. Tuesday Afternoon, January 21, 1919 T ALHAMBRAI opM:2:to.&3o.r. Opera House OpM 7 tojiejo p. M. Admission 20e Wir Tas fadwUd C TUESDAY V7EK7DAY ALICE ERADY in "HER GREAT CHANCE" A powerful drama played by a wonderful emotional actress a pic ture you can't afford to miss. "FIGHTING FOB FREEDOM" 2nd episode of the official British war pictures and a Liona and If organ comedy. ; - 0 D A Y The internationally- famous come THURSDAY Wallace Reid and Geraldine " Farrar in "CARMEN" A two reel Big V comedy and a war dian - FredStcseta "THE GOAT" a 5 reel Paramount feature. "SLEUTHS" a two reel Sennett Com edy. A war weekly also. 5i . weekly also. a a - - Every reader of this col umn will be interested in this space. Watch it Social and Pence) Buffet Luncheon, Mr. and Mrs. Walker Covington en tertained with a most attractive buf fet luncheon for the guests at the Covington-Cobb wedding. Those enjoy ing the hospitality were M. and Mrs. Quinn Covington, Mr...

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. — 21 January 1919

lbs Daily Register, Richmond, feon County Kentucky Tuesday Afternoon, January 21. 1919 ; t 'J i- 4 -1 1 i I " Li I - f- ? ' 1.1 i 14 ? I.'-' -f 5:5 Jil i U' 2 I i t ;. t W J .a Ik ?! 4 1 1 , if ! 7 GLAD TOTESTIFY Says Walopi lady, "As To Wlul Cardui Has Done For Me, So Ai To Help Otters." - Watoga,W. Va. Mrs.S.W.GladweIL of this town, says "When about 15 years of age, I suffered greatly . . . Sometimes would co a monllr or two. and I had terrible headache, backache, and bearing- down pains, and would Just drag and bad no appetite, l nen . . . n womo un . . . two weeks, and was so weakening, end ay health was iwfuL My mother bought me a bottis of Cardui, and 1 began to improve after taking the first bottle, so kept it up tm I took three ... 1 gained, and was weO sd strong, and I owe it all to Cardui. I aai married now and have 3 children . . . Kjre never had to have a doctor for tenuis trouble, and just resort to Cardui K 1 aed a tonic. 1 am glad to testify to what It has doae for me...

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. — 22 January 1919

'IV ii Sxudged print Established , 1 865 53d Year No. 44 Richmond, Madison County, ! Kentucky, Wednesday Afternoon, January 22, 1919. i I xTlr.t :-ovlr !& '; . . . : Single Copy Five Cc. hi- Two Crops Over $73 at Madison Records Still Being Smashed Richmond Breaks and End Is Not Yet In Sight. Prices kept climbing at the old re liable Madison House when the buy ers reached its heavily laden floors acain late yesterday afternoon. Just where the figures is going to stop is hard to telL Elmer Deatherage who is boosting as never before, says the sky is the limit and he expects to go right to the limit if the farmers will only continue to bring in the right "kind of tobacco. Two crops which averaged over $73 each for the entire crops were record breakers at the old Madison this morning. When a farmer looks at these figures, nothing else need be paid. They talk better and louder for the old Madison House than any .mere words. Here they are, speaking for themselves: Kelly and Son sold 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. — 22 January 1919

h The Daily Register, Richmon a, Madison County Kentucky Wednesday Afternoon, January 22, 1919 " vj f - i 1 v ti . . i it - - if: ) i & -I ttli; m ',1 :vf .i .hi Feeble Old People Vinol is What Yoii Need oecause it contains the very elements needed to re place weakness with strength, viz : Beef and Cod Liver Peptones, Iron and Manganese Peptonates, and Glycerophosphates, with a mild tonic wine. This is a splendid combination to restore strength, vitality and vigor. It has given ninety percent satisfaction for sixteen years. HERE IS PROOF: MalofM. N.Y. "I am 84 yean of age and got into a feeble, weak and nervous condition so I could not sleep. Vinol has not only built up my strength but it has given me a good appetite and I sleep all right now. Without doubt Vinol is the greatest strengthener for old Winchester, Va. " I am a fanner's wife, 75 yean of age, and pneumonia left me in a weak, run-down condition, so I could hardly keep about and do my work. A neighbor brought me Vinol ...

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. — 22 January 1919

Y (ALHAMBRAQ -YEDIJESDAY- "FIGHTING FOR FREEDOM" 2nd episode of the official British war picture and a lions and Morgan comedy. THURSDAY 0 D A Y Wallace Reid, Gerldine Farrar "CARMEN" A great production from the fa mous operatic classic, featuring two of the world's famous stars. A two reel Bis; V comedy and a war weekly also. Geraldine Famr in "THE HELL CAT" A Goldwyn production. Bill Parsons in "Billsettles Down" and a war weekly. ZZ Op230lp.. Opera House Open 7;tolfc30 p. m. ALICE BRADY in "HER GREAT CHANCE" A Select production. ml "kimU torn 20c War Tmx UKhtMfl W I 4 7 Every reader of this col umn will be interested in this space. Watch it Social and Personal The Woman's Suffrage Association will meet at headquarters Friday af ternoon the 24th at 2:80. All members are urged to be present. Entertained the Pirate Bridge. Mrs. M. C Kellogg was hostess to the Pirate Bridge Club Tuesday af ternoon. Those who took part in the irrane were Mrs. J. J. Greenleaf. Mrs. Warfield Bennett, Mr...

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. — 22 January 1919

Ifcaf Di3y Renter. Rkhrncsci T.Iadbon County KentuckyUednesday Afcrnccn, Jrsusiry 22, 1919 1 . i- 6 -. r i i 4 ii i. 1 : . hi II- HI I t if e f. - Dr. J. W.Weber Knifeless Chiropodist Foot Doctor Guarantees to remove Corns, Banicns. Ingrow ing Kails, Fall- - ing Arches, etc Dunion Office atthe Glyndon Hotel Every Monday and Thurdate In Memory of a . - Faithful Soldier WW I ; I Classified Ads asanas GOATS Would Lice to. hear from - owners of Milk Goats and what the prospects would be to purchase a car load, and what the prices ere. Would like to hear from any one that has a Milk Goat for sale. Address J. W. Lone, Lake Genera, TV'ls. 35 6p FOUND Another bunch of keys was found on Stockton's corner and brought to the Daily Register office this morning; this makes four bunch Neatly framed and hanging upon the wall of the, home of Mr. and lira. N. J. Brewer, of Ford's FerryKy., is the treasured official commission and the Bronze Badge of Honor in the U. S. Boys Working Reserve of their d...

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. — 23 January 1919

'THE WEATHER ' Cloudy in west and probably rain in east portion of Kentucky; colder to night; Friday partly cloudy. Lablished 1865 53d Year No. 45 Richmond, Madison County, Kentucky, Thursday Afternoon, January 23, 1919 Single Copy Five Ccr. A A . - I u; nrai i n w tttvsxti i ttv i a nn 'nces Drop at Lexington But Remain High Here News of the OH Fields The Erie Oil Company brought In No. 4 on the Joel K. Bowman tract In Lee county which has been shot and is showing for a nice producer. , The Wright Oil Company drilling on the Rena Butcher lease has com pleted No. 2, which is said to be - I pieiea imo. z, wnicn i Home House, Selling Today, Again Getting ?:3 : lr v a. a mcvomos uu tympany expect vwo Top Figures For Good Weed For Its Delighted Customers Notwithstanding the fact that the i-vir.jrton tobacco market went off at a a tV . 1 J KAnmlo I f j coniS on iuc uuinucu avws new wells shortly. Northwest of Contrary Creek the I Securitv Producing and Eefininir Co, has spudded in on the...

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. — 23 January 1919

f i " .-. ...... -......" , The Daily Register, Richmond Madison County Kentucky 1Tiursby Afternoon. January 23. 1919' m 1-9 1 ii.: 1- ? i s :r. i Richmond Dally Register 8. M. Sa alley, Editor sad Proprietor Entered at the postofflce at Richmond, Ky, as second elau mail matter under Act of Congress of 187S. In City, by earner, per wek 10c By mail .out of town, per year $3.00 sDcnpcioa Kates, A Splendid Kentnckian Honored. Secretary of the Treasury Glass has offered the post of Assistant Secre tary of the Treasury to Jouett Shouse for the past four years a Congress man from Kansas, but before that one of the best known newspapermen in Kentucky. A host of friends back home will hope that Shouse can see his way to accepting: the post, al though he indicates that he may not do so because of the large financial sacrifice involved in living: on an of ficial salary in Washington. He thus corroborates just what McAdoo said when he gave up the treasury port folio, and which many did not bel...

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. — 23 January 1919

n lKg Da2y fct f.Iodbca Ccssty, Thursday Afternoon, January 23, 1919 T THURSDAY 0 WBacc Reid, Gcrine Fsrrer ALHAMBRA Op pjugSt30Spa. Opera House Opra 7tolfc30 p. saj Arli-: ; 20 War Tax ictdd -F?JDAY- SAT WB-M . SPECIAL Private Harold Peat Himself in "PRIVATE PEAT" "Two years in Hell and "back with a ' smile" Private Peat lectured here sometime ago. His picture is even more vivid than his speech. See him. Also HANDS UP episode No. 14, and a Lloyd Comedy. Gereldhe F&rrar in 'THE HELL CAr A Goldwyn production. Bin Parsons in "BiUaettles Down" and a war weekly. D A "caruen" A two ml Big V comedy and a war "Y" wsekly also. My WINTER HEN FEED Scattered ia Clean Straw will Make Theai Lay. F. H. GORDON Kee and Mrs. R. B. Terrill chaperon ed the party, and delicious refresh ments wens served at intermission at the Busy Bee restaurant. Among the dancer were Misses Williams, of Lexington, Elizabeth Miller, of Win chester, Louise Terrill, Mary lxraise and Mary Allen Deatherage, Louise MeKe...

Publication Title: Richmond Daily Register
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Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
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