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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond daily register. — 22 July 1919

1 Vw. 1 PIGS IV - DO ON FAT BACK F. H, GORDON r - COAL&FEED" -PHONES 28 and 224 ii SOCIAL and PERSONAL: Mission Circle Entertained T The Youny Ladies' Mission Circle, of the First. Baptist church held their regular meeting with Miss Nettie Kate ',. Evans. bri,' the Summit Monday afternoon. The topic for discussion - was "Plan ning for the Conventional Year." The literary numbers were given by Miss' Lucy Brown, of Louis ville and Miss Christine Sandlin ' Ig Da3y Re'-sM. Tuesday Afternoon, July 22, 1919 Mary tJSVOllLJ Mrs. Vicksburg, Miss, and Miss San Chenault were guests of the hostess and each rendered a beautiful solowhich addd great ly to the prpgrap. Aehciwfi ice course was served. ' ;VJ'vC White-A-en , vx . ' '. An engagement in the e?cinf ton and Danville capers "which will be of great interest' to Rela tives' and friends at tne onae nere is' that of Miss Mary .Olivia White, of Danville, and Mr. Andrew Allen, of FlemingsbUfg. The wedding will be ' solemnised August '. 14th...

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 July 1919

:t The Richmond DaOy Register Richmond, Madison' County, . Tcejay Afternoon,' July 22;19T9 .!' ' f I -7-; V HEARD ABOUT TOWN It. be ' an i tr' g -- at I . 'd - : a. sen J M uh' ?orch Fornitoe ust Go This Week ' ' J to clean up our entire stock of Porch Furniture this week in order to ads which are coming in daily. ' In order to make this sale of furniture a .er a . . '" : " V ;cial Discount of 20 per cent the prices we are offering this week, is as low as the manufacturer's price rge shipments. Here is your opportunity to get a real bargain. It is a ' ary. i You can depend upon the truth of the statements we publish in our ;e one is going to get this Porch Furniture cheap. Get your share today. I uncv Brothers "e Famish the Home Neatly, Sweetly and Completely .5 WHY DEMOCRATS f SHOULD NOMINATE GOV. BLACK r jrd Journal) red by .every uch M a pass .ingff political, art came very ft J tate races. , always ni t: success of , w ghed long, situation be - present con- or governor. It want ...

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 July 1919

'i wem STB r Established 1 865 53d Year No. 200 Richmond, Madison County, Kentucky, Wednesday Afternoon, July 23, 1919 ,.' Single Copy 5 Cents ; mm .V. CONFUSION IN REGARD TO REGISTRATION . ' - .. . Judge Price Thinks He Should '' Have Called Special Registra- ' j ' tion, ' So Issue Order. Expressing the belief that under the election laws of Kentucky, he should have issued a call for spe-r cial registration of voters in'Rich mond, County Judge W. K. Price has issued a call for another spe cial registration to be held next Saturday, so that those who did not register last fall, may . be en abled to vote in the special con ' gressional election. "Judge Price says he is proceeding, under the section of the law which says that ' the registration shall be ordered by the "county judge or other of- 1 ficer" calling the election. ' As the "other officer" calling the election was Gov. Stanley who did not order a special registration, Juwge Price says it looks like it . ts up to him to do so...

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 July 1919

Hie Richmond Daily RegisterRichmond, Madison County; Wednesday Afternoon, July 23, 1 9 1 9 . Richmon la&j Register M. KAtlirLEl... BMIta ui Prsartctav !iuterd at ttio poatofflc In Richmond . second cImii mall matter under Act nt Ontfreaa or 117. HalaitilBlbB ft f ! Per year. By Dial I out or city '?? Mix month by mall out of city Three montha by mall out of city 11.00 in city, by carrier, per week. One montn by maiL. vance to all and paper will be atopped promptly when subscription haa ex , ptred. roi.iTiCAi, AaNouiycufiiKNTft The Dally KrKtstor la aiithorizd to announce the following candidates for nomination nubjnct to tl action of the Democratic Primary, Ain,-ut, 2. 19l: For lteprrarniiitlve K. (J. illCI" t. h. coli.'.o Kor llcirt-a-nliiltr onueraa aubjoct to the action ui Hie Ueinocratic party and the ' lul rlectlon to be hold AutfUBt 2 la I J. In the Eighth Con gre.ialoiml Dtstict: I'HAKLES A. Tl ARD1N of Mercci County CONTINUATION OF BECKHTM S ADDRESS ON PEACE TREATY (Cont...

Publication Title: Richmond Daily Register
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond daily register. — 23 July 1919

The Da3y Register, Richmond Madison County, Wednesday Afternoon, Julyr23, 1919 PIGS DO ON ' FAT BACK F. H. GORDON V COAL & FEED PHONES 28 and 224 SOCIAL and PERSONAL Celebrated Her Birthday j Miss Gertrude Louise Whitt ington, the attractive little daugti or, of Mr. and Mrs. H. M7 Whitt ington, entertained Monday after noon in honor of her guest, Miss Emma Allen Griggs, of Louisville. It was also the 4th anniversary of the hostess Games were enjoyed on. the lawn and delicious ices and cakes were served.' Those who respond d to the invitation were Misses sathy Tyng, Betsy Wines, of Va, Florida, Betsy Chenault Srion Douglas, Mary Pickett a oreenieat, ustner tsennett. Frances Laneford, Mayme Row and Hamilton. Elizabeth Lollins Hailnah . and Gladys Virginia Dean. Sarah and Josephine Los by, Elearor Carpenter, Josephine Dunn, Louise Payne, bara JdJiza beth Rowland, Miss Chandler, Misses' Potts, andWarfield Ben nett Tr.. Tom Arnold, 1. K, Hamilton Jr.,. Richard Evans, 1 1 Charles lett...

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. — 23 July 1919

The Daily Register,' Richmond, Madison County. Wednesday Afternoon, July 23, 1919 YOUR CATARRH MAY , Here, There, Everywhere HUE 'A SAND LEAD JO CONSUMPTION The Philadelphia North American says a Pennsylvania farmer sold one Dangerous to Use -Treatment not be rcured "by sprays, inhalers,' atomizers, jellies, and' other local applications. . ...... . , S, S. S. has proven a most satis factory remedy for Catarrh be cause it goes direct to its source, and removes the germs of the dis--ease from the blood. Get a. bottle today, begin the only logical treat ment that gives, real results. For free medical advice write Medical - acre or' onions lor zeuo, . f ormerly onions' made a fellow a - eyes water. for Only Temporary Relief. There is a more serious stage of Catarrh than the annoyance caused by the stopped-up air. passages, and other distasteful features. , The rial danger comes from the tendency of the disease to continue its course downward until the lungs become affected, and then dr...

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. — 24 July 1919

Established 1865 53d Year No. 201 ' Richmond, Madison County, . Kentucky, Thursday Afternoon, July 24, 1919 Single Copy 5 Cents TAFT SUGGESTS MIDDLE GROUND Upon Which Ratification of Peace Treaty Might Be Acceptable to All Writes Hitchcock (by Associated Press; Washington July 24 Former . President Taft, who has written several republican Senators' sug gesting reservations to the peace treaty which might be acceptable to both sides, has opened corres pondence with prominent demo cratic Senators, including Hitch cock, one of the leading spokes men of the administration. Taft's communication to Hitch cock was received today. It was,' not made public but is un derstood to be of the same gener al tenor as those sent to republi cans suggesting reservations or interpretations to facilitate rati fication of the treaty. Hitchcock and other leaders de clared today, however, that they would continue their efforts for ratification wihtout reservations,'. They, said they had no word from Presid...

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. — 24 July 1919

The Richmond Daily Register Richmond, Madison County, Thursday Afternoon, July 24, 1919 ar II If You Want to See Your Feet jj at Their Very Prettiest, lry inese COLONIAL PUMPS . Their tapering torn, luph insteps, and graceful contom will five you a r.r.7 interest in (uutwcir and in pnssiliiliticj fur the tnlmnoeinent of y""r api'caranc.:. p Vou have your choice of DULL KID SKIN, PAT3.NT OR BLACK SATIN At $7.00 a Pan 7) i Same model in White Canvas at lleKinnii'.;; July 5th, we vill r! se at 1 o'clock on Satn.rihy duri:,;; July , ;,.id Anoint. ,.$3.00 WOMEN'S SiOTOs". FIRST FLOOR. 1 5 3E FIFTH NEAR VINE CINCINNATI ii- iririr WE PAT POSTAGE ON ALL HAIL ORDERS. 3Er You Can Not Hide The Truth About the Clark Automatic Gate. It is sold "by Right of Merit" and "by Reason of Demand." Cculd any article have a better selling argument? Clark Automatic Gates are stock proof always locked an economical investment. They are a real necessity and inexpensive. "Quality Goes In Before the Name Goes ...

Publication Title: Richmond Daily Register
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond daily register. — 24 July 1919

The Daily Register, Richmond, Madison County, Thursday Afternoon, July 24, 1919 DON'T FORGET THE BIG: BEREA FAIR, August 6, 7 an. 1919 A Snlendid Premium U&t. Home-work Department better than ever. Races a nrl manv ntlipr finn A ffmilrtno - 7 - "---.7. w... v-"" milUVIIUIMi ' II Your friends will be there meet them at Berea. J. E. Johnson, President: E. T. Fish. Serrtarv i ). PIGS DO ON FAT BACK F.H. GORDON COAL & FEED PHONES 28 and 224 XAntt CIAL and PERSONAL iertained At Boonesboro - Miss Alice Loraine Pettv en tertained at Boonesboro' Snuday wit a picnic in honor the mem bers of her house party. A de- lightful dinner consisting of old pam, fried chicken, salads and many other good things was en- yed by the following guests, Misses Shrader Smith and Sara McGee, of Louisville, Miss Chris tine Sandlin, Mr. and Mrs. Everett Sandlin, Mrs. B. F. Pettv. Dr. and Mrs. Sandlin and Benjamin Petty all of Richmond, and Messrs. Walter McGee and Maynard Jasper, of Louisville. Spend The ...

Publication Title: Richmond Daily Register
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond daily register. — 24 July 1919

11 Print Showing Through The Daily Register, Richmond, Madison County, Thursday Afternoon, July 24, 1919 BLACK GIVES RINGING ANSWER TO CRITICS IN WIELD SPEECH Friends of Gov. Black all over Ken tucky are delighted with the way he took care of himself in his debate with Judge Carroll at Mayfleld Mon day. Black made a splendid impres sion, and he had his audience with him from start to finish. Gov. Black answered every charge Judge Car roll could bring against him to the fullest satisfaction of all his friends and made himself much stronger by the clear-cut way in which he frankly discussed the "famous" L. & N. letter andall "charges" against him. He scored heavily on Judge Carroll when he proved how he had bolted Goebel back in 1899. In fact, Gov. Black's reply to Carroll was a master ly one in every way and will be read in full by his host of friends with keen interest. He spoke as follows: Gov. Black in replying to the note of warning sounded by Judge Carroll in the event that ...

Publication Title: Richmond Daily Register
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond daily register. — 25 July 1919

1 :v.r,-vn Faded Print Jin ffcsnrnn T"- ':.,. . Established 1 865 53d Yeait No. 202 J'J : - ; -j Richmond, Madison CouAty, Kentucky, Friday Afteraoon.July 25, 1919. - ' ; v Single Copy 5 Cents MAWT DEMOCRATS MEET HARDINSATURDAY Effort Will Be Made To Have Speeches Here Shelby News , Talks To Point Much interest is attaching to the coming of Judge Charles A. Hardin to Richmond Saturday to confer with the Democratic Committee in regard to his race for congress. It is ex pected that at this time arrangements will be made for an address here by . Congressmen, Heflin and Hardy who are coming to the 8th district to campaign for' Judge Hardin. A dis patch from Washington said yester- Hav 1 . ' Representative J. Thomas Heflin, of Alabama and itepreseniauve . amus Hiuriv nt Texas, are tb be heard in the Eighth congressional district, of ' Kentucky in support of the candidacy .' of Judge Charles A. Hardin. Demo cratic nominee- to succeed the1 late Harvey Helm in Congress,- arrange .ments to t...

Publication Title: Richmond Daily Register
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond daily register. — 25 July 1919

Faded Print ' The Daily Register. Richmond, Madison County, Friday Afternoeh, July 251919 Richmonrr DaDy Rejuttr n V , Danger Lurks In Summer Foods For Babies EVERY mother know the evil effect of summer heat on 1 cow'i milk. This danger equally great to all foods unless carefully kept in a cool place away from insects. Bed food loaet hi Bouruhbi rslue. It cum ooutipttion and diarrhea. These ate at belt always prevalent m die m toner time. They depress the mind aod weateo the body, and may cum more serious illness. The Knt precaution atom that the stools are regular and normal, in die cue of babtss and children, if leu than twice a day yon may suspect coutajpatioat ii more than three timet a day, diarrhea. A remedy it then needed that will regulate and too the bowels, and yon will find none safer and better than Dr. Caldwell's Syrup Pepaa. It is a combination of simple laaative herbs with papaia that sail tons o( mothers constantly nafe in ths boats lot jus such purposes. I , A bottl...

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. — 25 July 1919

The Richmond Daily Register Richmond, Madison County, Friday Afternoon, July 25, 1919 r PIGS DO ON ' FAT BACK . H GORDON COAL & FEED PHONES 28 and 224 SOCIAL'and PERSONAL Ent-tainm House. Party Miss Eugenia Herrington, of Louisville, Miss.;Elii4bfttb Hang er and Miss IjucraBenhett com- dmc a pleasant house party, being entertained at her home at Green Lynn, by Miss Betsy Ieo this week. Entertained At Bridge Mrs. Brutus J. Clay entertain ed very' informally Wednesday afternoon with two tables of Bridge in honor of Miss Hannah Dean, of Owensboro, the guest of Mrs. Hale Dean. Her guests were Mesdames L. B. Weisen burgh, Shelton Saufley, Murray Smith, E. C Stockton, Hale Dean, Miss Dean, and Miss Mary Herndon, of Georgetown. Mrs Dean made the highest score and was given the first prize and the guest prize went to Miss Dean. A delicious lunch was served. Beautiful Party Misses Orena and Taska Dunn Saturday evening at their homef "DAYFR PRflQx " 1 ' ON ASPIRIN in the country. About th...

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. — 25 July 1919

., The Daily Register, Richmond, Madison Gunly;. Friday Afternoon, July 25, 1919 ' 7 v I- ' J! Now Is a Good, Time y r To Driye Out Catarrh The Trouble Is in the Blood. c. -otorrh with it nause- ou3 discharge, stuffed up glands, difficult Vbreathiiiff, anrj wmmer colds, is bad enough, but the worst of it is yet to come ,f you neglect o check the growth that i form tr, ottnrlt vou with .ten-toia ' ereater power during the winter treat catarrh with S. S- .S. du'WS warm, weaiwt. -SPECIALS- We; are' offering for your approval , ONE ' LOT OF SUITS vAND DRESSES at exceptionally low prices; Thee. garments are all this season's styles and are priced for clearance in order bo make room for our new Fall stocks which are arriving. , i B, E, BELUE COMPANY CORNER M Al'rf and COLLINS STREETS HOME KILLED MEATS VEAL, BEEF, PORK LAMB and HAM A fresh supply of GROCERIES and Garden Products al ways on hand. E. B. Watford & Sen Major Wells' Old Stand . PHONE 143 HOUSEWIVES ATTENTION Place your orde...

Publication Title: Richmond Daily Register
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Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond daily register. — 26 July 1919

'Vv '-'rH'-.: .'V''.'--"''J. ' V"v "': i'v'V' 5vl- :,;::iv':'y;i.,i.iA'. : no Established 186553d Year No? 203 . Richmond, Madison County, Kentucky, Saturday Afternoon, July 26, 1919 Single Copy 5 Cents iMBPIHlEa! (1 PRIVATE CHENAULT TO CAPT. SVOPE Man In Ranks Tells Officer He !' Sees No Reason Why He f Should Support -Him. ' The correspondence between City ' Attorney J. P, Chenault who : was Private . Chenault . in the war and Capt. King . Swope, republican candi date for congress, is reaching an in teresting stage as the congressional race " draws to a close. "Private" . Chenault doesn't seem the . slightest 'convinced that he should V support Capt. Swope and says so. in a frank planner in his reply to Capt. Swope's letter. Mr. Chenault wrote as fol lows: ' , ) ,'' "' Richmond, Ky. ; - ' , ' July 25, 1919.L Hon. King Swope, ' ( : j .- v , Republican Candidate for, Congress, feighth. Congressional District, . ' V. ; Danville, Ky. ' Dear Sir: ' - 'In view "of the fact in your answe...

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. — 26 July 1919

Print Showing Through I - The Richmond Daily Register Richmond, Madison County, Saturday Afternoon July 26, 1919 HQ - ' VJ Richmond lukj Register ' 9 v s. M. SAUFLBk, Balte mm Entered at toe postoffloe la Rlonseone ta eeooajd clasa mall Battar uader Act if Congreaa of 117. . i . KikM(IM Rata. r r t"e year, by aiall uter eity tSYW sia months by awl I out ( city HM Three snooths by Ball out of city f 1.0S in city, by carrier, par week , ,, . -lo One utootb by wall ,,. See UubaorlDtlona are' strictly eeou-la-ad ance to all and paper wltl ba atoppad promptly when subscription has plreo. ; .-.,.. r VKvt' ? -sj-" -i ie mi" -'is? i "a ' u (2) E. C KASH of Breathitt County -CANDIDATE FOR- Railroad ' f Commissoner Primary August 2nd A progressive and successful business man and a loyal Republican, solicits your support Call Us Up Today! For All Your Grocery Needs We can supply you with the best in FANCY GROCERIES FRESH VEGETABLES CANNED GOODS - ' . ' FRUITS COUNTRY PRODUCE 1 If you have neve...

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. — 26 July 1919

The Daily Register, Richmond, Madison Comity, Saturday Afternoon, July 26, 1919 PIGS DO ON FAT BACK F. H. GORDON ; COAL & FEED PHONES 28 and 224 SOCIAL and BwCSONAL House Party In Winchester Miss Bessie Benton has as; her hotise-sruesta at the home of her parents. Judge' and Mrs. J. M. Benton, in' Winchester, Missed Carolyn Bos worth, of Lexington and Louise Brown, ,' of Akron, Ohio, and Mr. Lewis Bosworth, of Lexington. ' A number of partits are being given in their honor. , On v Thursday-! evening Mrs. Willis Battaile entertained with a lawn party at her home in the county. t '; r ,;;',' k. About , thirty-five guests' were present and music and dancing were enjoyed. Miss Curraleen Smith, of Richmond,! Dr. and Mrs. Bosworth and MrsJ James Ben ton assisted in entertaining, On Friday morning Miss Cyn thia Bush crave a porch porty in their honor. About 25 were pres ent; On Friday v afternoon Miss Benton entertained with a river party to- Boonesboro ' beach and upon returning home ...

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. — 26 July 1919

' , : ' - , - ..V, ""fv r, . -:v ' : The" Daily Regisfer, nosipg .'puotunoiSaturday Afternoon, July 26, 1919 -," -V" ; ;.'.u',(: 3 I WILLIAMS SEXTETTE Victory ! ii paDHCG 600NESBORO : BATHING : BEACH Wednesday night, .July 30th Subscription Hours 9 to 3" Dexter "Double Tub" This machine gets right down to buaineM as Moa as the power is turned on. It washes, rnue-ring by power, all at the same time. Doe big family washing in lew 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 nnse tubs or clothes baskets. FOR SALE BY DOUGLAS & SIMMONS SECOND STREET WHAT ARE YOUR PLANS FOR BUILDING? It will pay you in the long run to f...

Publication Title: Richmond Daily Register
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond daily register. — 28 July 1919

flj)AILILtfSf Established 1865 53d Year No. 204 Richmond, Madison County, Kentucky, Monday Afternoon, July 28, 1919 Single Copy 5 Cents n a 4 DEMOCRATS TALK WITH WILSON (By Associated Press) Washington, July 28 Presi dent Wilson today began discus sion of the peace treaty- with Democratic Senators, further conference with republican Sena tor, a dozen of whom have al ready visited the White Hous, is held in abeyance. Senator Thomas, democrat, of Colorado, was the first caller today. He described his talk with the Presi dent as "highly satisfactory' but refused to go into detail. Sen ator Johnson, of South Dakota, another caller, said after his talk with the President, that the treaty either must be accepted by the Senate without change or flatly rejected. Austria Kicks On Terms . (By Associated Press) Vienna, Friday, . July 25 The financial clauses of the peace terms offered Austria by the al lied, are strongly protested both by newspapers and financial cir cles. Both go so far as to...

Publication Title: Richmond Daily Register
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond daily register. — 28 July 1919

The Daily Register, Richmond, Madison County, Monday Afternoon, July 28, 1919 f THE QUALITY OF OUR GOODS IS HIGHER THAN OUR PRICES Fancy Georgia Watermelons . . 85c and $1.00 Arizona Sweet Cantaloupes 25c Each Taney Lemons 40c Dozen Fancy Peaches 75c Basket Home-grown Sugar Corn 50c Dozen Fresh Tomatoes 50c Dozen Choice Tennessee Apples 65c Gallon Fancy Tennessee Squash lGc and 15c Each Libby Chip Beef Tins 20c Each Monarch (Hive Salad 40c Jar Beechnut Peanut Butter 15c, 25c and 40c Jar E. S. WIGGINS' CUT RATE GROCERY PHONE 586 Richmond laily Register "PARTICULAR WORK FOR PARTICULAR PEOPLE" Dainty Garments such as WAISTS, EVENING GOWNS, DRESSES, Etc, Cleaned by the most modern and sani tary methods. Parcel Post paid one way. APPLEGATE, GRAVES& COMPANY Incorporated1 CLEANERS AND DYERS LEXINGTON, KENTUCKY CONFIDENCE AND GOOD WILL Are two mighty unti of the financial institution. Th bank striven not alom to Increase the volume of Its deposits and the number of ita patrons, but en d...

Publication Title: Richmond Daily Register
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