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

.1 W i. The Daily Register, Richmond, Madison County, Monday Afternoon, July 28, 1919 ) PIGS DO ON FAT BACK F.H. GORDON rrKi . rem PHONES 28 and 224 SOCIAL and PERSONAL Entertained At Dinner Mrs. Everett Witt entertained at dinner Friday for her guest, Miss Mary Carter, of Stanford. Covers were laid for Mrs. Wm. Howard, and guest, Mrs. Fisher, of Carlisle, Mr. Cecil Elliott, of Lancaster, Mr. Charles' .West, of Texas, and Miss Carter. t Camping At Boonesboro Misses Margaretta Smith, E HIGH PRICE Is What Buys the Produce. We are paying the follow g prices for Poultry and ggs today. Tuesday, July 29th, and until further no tice: Eggs 39c Hens 28c 'il Springes c y Roosters 14c Y Ducks (young) 23c !J Ducks (old' 18c Turkeys (fat) 24c Compare our prices with those of others who claim to j pay more and don't. Also Y Pdien you bring your eggs Cj town bring them to us notice how small your loss II is due to bad ones. Our cua " I . .i tomers leu us mey gei more net money selling to us than m...

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 July 1919

The Richmond Daily Register Richmond, Madison County, Monday Afternoon, July 28, 1919 DEMOCRATS OF MADISON COUNTY Chief Justice John D. Carroll, who seeks the Dem ocratic nomination for Governor, is one of the ablest men who has been a candidate, in Kentucky in genera tions. He is clean, strong, forceful; he is a student and worker, not a politician. There is nothing in his public or private life to ex plain or apologize for; as the party nominee he would not be on the defensive. He can unite the party; he can be elected. Judge Carroll will poll the full strength of the Democratic party in Kentucky. Because of the fuH ness of his qualifications, because of his high standing in public and private life he will wrest from the Republi can nominee the great mass of independent voters which invariably decides state elections in Kentucky. You can not go wrong by voting for Judge John D. Carroll for Governor. adv 201 COAL IN CAR LOAD LOTS Best 4 inch block coal delivered in car load lots at...

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. — 29 July 1919

QJ) -. i : ' y 1 JLOHMQiN DD Established 1 865 53d Yeai No. 205 'Richmond, Madison County; Kentucky,, Tuesday Afternoon, July 29, i 1919 Single Copy 5 .Cents' HEAVY BUYING CAUSES SHORTAGE And U Largely Responsible For Present Sugar Condition, Prominent Dealer Says - The stigar shortage has, hit Richmond hard at last. Reports today were that there fs" practfc- . cally none to be obtained in town. , That shortage has been caused ' to a considerable extent by house wives becoming frightened lest there be a shortage and endeav' oring to buy supplies to put away for the future seems to be indi cated, according to statements of big dealers in the staple. A prominent local wholesale dealer this week gave the Daily Register the following statement m respect to the present situa tion,, which will be of interest to everyone.. He,said: .... During the last five weeks there has been a ereat. increase in our chases of the manufacturers and housewives, brought about, no doubt, by newspaper report...

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. — 29 July 1919

The Daily Register, Richmond, Madison County, Tuesday Afternoon July 29, 1 91 9 1 P Stomach is Quick to Upset When School Children Are Idle VACATION days are days of over-eating and under-exercising lor most boys and girls. They loll around nibbling at light food, unconcerned whether the fruit is green or ripe. The Ktuh h cramp, ikin eruption,, pimple, "lummer cold," constipation and diarrhea. The batii of such trouble it an upset stomach, and nothing will , gire safer and quicker relief than the well known Dr. Caldwell's Syrup Pepsin. ' It Is hut a combination of simple Untn herbs with pepsin, formula evoked some 30 yean ago by Dr. Caldwell himself. Syrup Pepsin is now used by millioM of people and is today the largest-selling liquid laxauVe in the world. Perfect 7he WIND STORMS CYCLONES AND TORNADOES The season for these destrucsn uodn mou si siusSb saij Chimneys, roofs and entire buildings can easily be destroyed in a few minutes. The cost of my windstorm policy is so very reason...

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. — 29 July 1919

I v ' The Daily Refjstcr, Richmond, Madison County, Tuesday Afternoon, July 29, 1919 V PIGS DO ON FAT BACK f H nnnnnN ( COAL & FEED V PHONES 28 end 224 SOCIAL tail PERSONAL Law Party , Muses Martha and Mary xvnuaui enicnaineu auuui niiy 01 their friends with a lawn fete Saturday evening, at 'their home in the country. Delicious ices and cakes were, served, and the occasion was very much enjoyed. . . Mrs. F. P. Redmond,, of Irvine, is visiting Mrs. John Turpin. Mr. J. J. Williams, of Paris, was a visitor here last week. . Mr. Tom Berry, of Lexington, s a week-end visitor here.' iss Elizabeth Blanton is the csi ui relatives in xauviiic. Mr. George Sherard, of Irvine, was a visitor here Wednesday. Miss Mary Miller is visiting Dr. and Mrs. Denny in Lancaster. Mr. Harry Cockrell, of Irvine, was with friends here last week. Mrs. W. P. Millard will enter tain her Bridge Club Wednesday afternoon. Mr. W- P. Kincaid has return ed from a visit to his mother at Clay City. Mr. James Dykes, o...

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. — 29 July 1919

The Richmond Daily Registerftichmond, Madison County, Tuesday Afternoon, July 29, 1919 WILLIAMS SEXTETTE Wwtiory DaoDce B00NESB0R0 : BATHING : BEACH Wednesday night, July. 30th Subscription Hours 9 to 3 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 now and be sure of next winter's supply. Delay means advance in price. Come and see the coal and put m your order. Save the retailer's charges. , UNION SUPPLY COMPANY, Inc. Green Clay, Agent Phones 51 and 319 Our Meat and Grocery Sales Are Growing BECAUSE We give prompt service Our goods are the freshest in town Our meats are home-killed and delicious Paying the farmer the highest market price Your money is appreciated at our store M. H. Wells! & Go. si Corner Second and Irvine Phone 420 Dig Brituh Strike Settled London...

Publication Title: Richmond Daily Register
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond daily register. — 30 July 1919

4 -' . ' 1 ' IMiOMD)KiD) Established 1865-53d Year No. 206 Richmond, Madison County, Kentucky, Wednesday Afternoon, July 30, 1919 Single Copy 5 Cents ( o r t" V -JA BEREA YOUNG MAN ACCUSED OF ARSON ' 1 Bloodhounds ' From Lexington Follow TraiL After Burning of Cow Bell Church A trail, befirinnina: ' at Cow Bell church, near Berea, which was set 011 fire Sunday night, and winding thru the mountains, Anally ended Monday in a corn field, where Raz McHone, a vountr . white man. was found. He was taken in custody by Captain V. G. Mullikin, of Fayette and Deputy Sheriff W. " A",'. Johnson and , charged with arson according to advices front that section of the county. About 11 o'clock Sunday night, Cow Bell 'church, which is a church and school combined, was discovered on fire by,a young man who extinguished the flames and then notified the authorities at Berea. The fire excit ed the suspicions of the officers and Captain V. G. Mullikin and his blood hounds were called from Lexington to 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. — 30 July 1919

':'. w prist cf e.:-ck rc :hov.ing though U.JIIJ 111 i waiwaaBajB: J" The Daily 'Register, Richmond, Madison County, Wednesday Afternoon, July 30, 1919 Don't Forget The Election Saturday Mi ' ' and Vote For ,, , , .... .... H. C. RIC For n sir. lo . Richmond laily Register -2L . M. BAVTLVv. Ealtar iri Prriet Entered at tue ooatofflca In RIcnBMnd ,1 bvnn qi iota. - - . HabacrlBtiM Rate. ar.yari ty mall out or city ll.ro ilx months b? naif out of elty SS.S0 Three month by mall out of city 11.00 in city, by carrier, per wMklle Oue month by y" , - I Subscription are strictly aah-In-advance to all And paper will be stopped promptly wnen auDscnptioo nan ex i 1 POLITICAL ANNOUNCEMENT The Daily Register is authorized to announce the following' candidates for nomination .subject lo the action of the uemnciutlc rrlmary. August, 2,; J9! For Ilepreaentatlye , 4 ":(-. . B. U HlOB"." ' "' i.".' T. H. .COLLINS For RpDrraeatatlve In Coaoreraa subject to the action of the Democratic party and the sp...

Publication Title: Richmond Daily Register
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond daily register. — 30 July 1919

The Daily Register, Richmond Madison County. Wednesday Afternoon, July 30, 1919 ), DON'T THE Bl3 st 8, 1919 id r A Splendid Premium Lift, Home-work Departaent better than ever, Races and many other . Clean Attractions. rtfour mends will be there meet them at IS erea. J. E. Johnson, President; E. T. Fish, Secretary - BEEM 6 Y i i f PIGS DO ON FAT BACK F. H. GORDON COAL&FEED PHONES 28 arid 224 . iti in in ' v Entertained At Dinner Mt 3.1R;" C'-'Bodi" entertained with a six o'clock dinner Tuesday evening in honor of Mrs. Fjisher, of Carlisle, the house guest of Mrs William '"Howard! Covers' were laid 'for Mrs.' Rl W. Colyer, Mrs. Ct E. Douglas:' Mb. G.'B.' Turley Sr., Mrs. Howard and Mrs. Fisher. "' '. Mrs. J. W.sHisle Ms visiting relatives in Winchesteri - ' .''' Mrs: Alex ' Mellinget is spend ing a few. days in Cincinnati. Mrs. M. Aj Lynn is r spending a month at "Mt. aetnens,"Mchf- gan. . Mrs'. E. M. Edwards is improv ing from a' recent operation at the uibson intirmary. Rev.- L...

Publication Title: Richmond Daily Register
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond daily register. — 30 July 1919

, , "V. ' The Richmond Daily Registet Richmond, Madison County, Wednesday Afternoon, July 30, 1919 V. THE HIGH PRICE Is What Buys the Produce. We are paying the follow ing prices for Poultry and Eggs today, Tuesday, July 29th, and until further no tice : Eggs 39c Hens -28c Springes 33c Roosters 14c Ducks (young) '23c Ducks (old' . . . . 18c Turkeys (fat) 24c Compare our prices with those of others who claim to pay more and don't.. Also when you bring: your eggs to town bring them to us notice how small your loss is due to bad ones. Our cus tomers fell us they get more net money selling to us than most other places. renakerToultry . COMPANY UP TOWN BRANCH Second Street Phone 70 MAIN OFFICE E. Main, at L. & N. Depot Phone 132 NOTICE OF ELECTION Madison County Court: I hereby certify that the following is a true and correct list - of can didates certified to me by the Secre tary of State to be voted for in the State' Primary Election to be held Saturday, August 2, 1919, and the ord...

Publication Title: Richmond Daily Register
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Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond daily register. — 31 July 1919

ft -1 A . J , . . . J , J?,.sm . - - A i. . '. ....... : : : : : FtMKhf -1865 V5H Year No. Ml y ; v 0 Richmond: Madison Counts iientuckv. Thnrsrhv Afrnrn TnUrfll '1Q1Q v i ; : V n o:.j . n r i- 'SHINERS SHOOT AT f. MADISON OFFICERS TO THE DEMOCRATS YOUR PATIENCE AND PRAYERS ARE; '' TO THE CITIZENS OF MADISON COUNTY INTEREST GROWS AS i ;?ELEGTI0NiC0MK ' OF MADISON COUNTY ' INVOKEDTHE DAILY REGISTER IS MOVING Location . of Two Illicit Stills Found Near Big Hill In Old . Madison County. You don't have to go up. to the mountains of eastern Kentucky to find the festive" moonshiner who is flourishing" like the green bay tree in these piping times of prohibition. If you think you do, 'just ask Sheriff Pete Whitlock and the bunch of officers, state and federal who encaged in a running pistol fight , with couple of 'shiners, in the Big Hill section of Madison county Wed nesday afternoon. - A lot orf folks from the Berea section had been complaining that a couple of illicit still were working...

Publication Title: Richmond Daily Register
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond daily register. — 31 July 1919

Ml 5- i', 'TVe Daily Register, Ri&Kruond, Madison County, ' Thursday Aftemoon, July 31 , 1919 in v.:- A ' : 1 1 31 If You Want to See Your Feet at Their Very Prettiest, Trv These v COLONIAL PUMPS Tlirir taperlr-j; toes, high insteps, anj graceful contours wi'.I pive you a new interest in footwear ;:r.d its possihilitits for the enhancement of your abearance. You have your choice of DULL KID SKIN, PATENT OR BLACK SATIN At $7,00 a Pair ii ir ib Same model in White Canvas at Beginning July 5th, we will close at 1 o'clock , on Saturdays during July and August. .$5.00 WOMEN'S SECTION. FIRST FLOOR. POTTERS J FIFTH NEAR VINE J mailorders. CINCINNATI WE PAT POSTAGE ON ALL J Richmond Daily Register -. Bf. SAVFLm. Editor mud Proprietor .Entered at tne postofflce In Richmond is second class mall matter under Act of Congress of 1876. ..; Snbacrlotloa Rates. Per year, ty mall out of city , 11.00 Six months by mall out of cltr I2.v Three months by mail out of city 11.00 In city, by carrier, 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. — 31 July 1919

V The Daily Registers Richmond. Madisori County, Thursday Afternoon, ; July 31 , 1919 A Y i O PIGS m DO ' ON FAT BACK O F. H. GORDON COAL & FEED, 'PHONES 28 and 224 SOCIAL and PERSONAL nice at Boonesboro The dance at Boor.csboro Beach Wednesday cvoning, was the leading ooial event ct the reason. The music hi-.-ni Tnmisnrd hv vviinams fioxteite. ,f IVi fe Lanre crowds wera ri DEAD I.'.fejjs a 1-uvdon vhen the bvSy n .Ued with pdn. Everytl.inj; o" los ana tne victim Decomea Idef .r.dcr.t and downhearted. . To ' had. the r;;;-.shbe takn . -Z'. i " i it T!. nntiorml remedy of Holland for ovor !;! years; it is an enemy of all pains re t.;l'.:.n( fiom kidney, liver and uric acid 1ioul!e3. All iiruEp,ist3, three Bizos. loth for Ihm nam Cold Mrin1 on ovary bn aS accept no Imitation DAL DEMONSTRATION nTWO DAYS FRIDAY AND i f '"l i niiT'iiin ' Tl ' J, ifln 'wB&s I ioSi U'Ji y special arrangements we have been given Two Days in which tory Expert will demonstrate the CHAMBERS FIRELESS A...

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. — 31 July 1919

jV : 'i ' f The Richmond Daily Register Richmond, Madison County, Thursday Afternoon, July 31, 1919 r r 1 v If- 1 V J? v II- s 'J' t r. I was troubled wlUi female conn plaint for several years. My husbanl nrocured for ma a bottle of STELLA VITAR. from Mr. U Hamrlck, our merchant, which helped me so much that I used two more bottles, and tne three bottles completely cured ine. J nm certainly thankful for this great female tonic."-Mrs. J. V. Lee, Ga. THACHER MEDICINE CO Chattanooea, Tana U. S. A. , Money Back If It Doesn't Help You. ' Ac Your Druggist w-.-xg-J t sr iinwis ! Madison Drug Company ROOFING ; The price of galvanized roofing has come down. See P. M. POPE and get in direct from the factory HOME GROWN VEGETABLES Fresh from the Garden each morning. We deliver in time for your dinner. V. RICGI PHONE 36 Important Notice To Taxpayers . Your City Taxes for. the year 1919 are now due and in my hands for col lection. You are requested to call and settle. On all taxes not paid by Nov...

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. — 1 August 1919

a . i o ) A"ni v' , JL2A H M?U TCP- I .v Richmond, Madison County, ' ' Kentucky, Friday Afternoon, August 1 1919 Single Copy 5 Cents PREDICTS ANOTHER EPIDEMIC OF FLU State Health Officer, Dr. McCor - mack, Gives Some Timely , ; Advice On Subject .' '. Reasoning by analogy, there will be another outbreak of influenza in Kentucky this fall, according to . Dr. Arthur T. McGormack, State health "officer, who addressed the Red Cros Institute at the University of Kentucky this week. "Statistics show", he said "there has always been an outbreak the first and second years after the epidemic, ' not as extensive as the epidemio itself, extensive enough to cause a radical increase over the ordinary death rate." , According to Dr. McCormack, 4, 000 die from pneumonia in the state every year while last year 15,000 died this cause. "Reasoning from our own and previous epidemics,',' ho said, "if no precautions are taken the .death rate this year will be between 9,000 and 10,0000. ; . . ..-.iv , "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. — 1 August 1919

V I Y I r T" ' Trie Daily Register, Richmond, MaHiscn Coiffity, FrVJay Afternoon, August l, 1019 "r""iinliiii in "midriff I ii i ill I 111 aa WE INVITE COMPARISON OF OUR GOODS AND PRICES WITH THE OTHER FELLOW'S New Cooking Apples ; 65c gallon Green Mangoe Peppers 40c dozen Fresh Squash '. .10c and 15c each Fresh Tender Corn . . ; .45c dozen Also Cabbage, Potatoes, Tomatoes, Cucumbers. LAST CALL ON. SECOND CROP SEED POTATOES Irish Cobbler, second crop potatoes ........ ( . . .$3,50 fcusfccl ALL COFFEE ADVANCING TO UNHEARD PRICZS Ajax Rib Coffee, good cup quality 35c tb Old Maid, excellent drink coffee ..... .............. . 45c lb FRUITS ON HAND Watermelons, Cantaloupes, Oranges, Bananas, Lemons E. S. WIGGINS' CUT RATE GROCERY Richmond Daily Register S. M. SAlIFLEv. Editor aad Prearletor Entered at tne postofflce In Richmond s second class mail matter under Act of Congress of 1876. Kubscrlptloa Rates. ' Per year, by mall out of cltyII.PO Six months by mall out of cttrS2.00 Three 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. — 1 August 1919

r ! OPERA HOUSE; r DriE WEEK BEGINNING MONDAY, AUGUST 4 . . ). PIGS : do "'" ON FAT BACK F. H. GORDON COAL & FEED PHONES 2S and 224 SOCIAL and PERSONAL Mrs. Mry Arbuckle has returned from a Visit to relatives in Shelby , V City- . - , , . , V Mr. Elmer Deatherage bas rctuin jftd from a few days stay at Crab Or chard Springs. . Mrs. Allon Zarinf? . . and daughter, have returned from a week'8 stay with the formcr'.i sister, Mrs. L. V. Williams ut xidiolasvile. . 1 Mrs. Grover Davis , of Lakeland, We 4 ,C i Til V f ' The ' . Greatest Name In Goody-Land PMFSi : Illll)'11' Mill ' ' 1 HI IP BLiLi .1 1 L A ; )( ' orally has to have, A I ;s contents. r J V y So look for ( : J I I I In the sealed package tftat I 1 ' keep all of Its goodness In. i A ! n.- r-i 22 A T 11 , 1 i DUOl JRNE LIGHT COMPANY first Mortgage Collateral Trust b?o vonoa Due July 1, 1949 r r;:'l 'Price 100 anInterek Yiefdm? . ' ;:: James C. Willscn '&rdo r I 210 s. fifth Street - -' Hie Daily Register, SOMETHING HEW...

Publication Title: Richmond Daily Register
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond daily register. — 1 August 1919

The Richmond Daily ReglsteiSGchmond, Madison County, Friday Aftern66tlV August l 1919:, f S .IK Lazy Life Daring Hot Months Causes Lazy Liver no other time is the girl so constant a companion of her .t i i i- ... i j Tl,- moiner as wnen sne is emeigmg unu wuuiomwuu. so many questions fo ask; so much she needs to knew. A1 And school it over. Her it now a lazy! inactive, carefree life. No wonder she is not always as lively and as well as she should be at her age. Let the mother inquire if the bowels are functioning properly, for there lies the basis of good and poor health. 1 It will usually be found that a lax ative is needed, and none will give safer and quicker relief than Dr. Caldwell's Syrup Pepsin which is just a combination of simple laxative herbs -with pepsin. Taken tonight, it acts freely and pleasantly in the morning. The head is again clear, the body light. There is renewed interest in lite. A dose of Syrup Pepsin now and then is almost a necessity for everyone in hot ' we...

Publication Title: Richmond Daily Register
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond daily register. — 4 August 1919

...::,H : - - n X n f. Established 1865 53d Year COMMITTEE GOES1'1 : AFTER OLD H. C. L. Q A". .IT..' ?."'nj ,-;.') Iv fRv. A -! if fraii i j Washington D. C; August l;- Jt was announced at the White House-today' that a. committee to conduct an. investigation into the h.igh' cost -of 'living and report to T- 4 . HTM I rresfaent vyiison wa,s appouueu ,flrat a conference yesterday of cab- !net officers at the office of Attor ney General Palmer. The com mittee, the function of which more probably is to consider means of reducing the Jiigh cost I of Irvine:,' will compile sugges- tions thus far made and report; to the cabinet Monday when furth- cr steps ?Vsciion' op at i . fcr steps' will be taken. One sug . . n i ; J l ilOli, l aimer saw, was wiai iuc fcrnment sell this year's, wheat a market price to be de t-.rmined by the law of supply and demand and make up its guarantee to the farmers out of a billion dollar fund appropriated by congress. - i Cotton Crop Forecast 1 Washincton, . Auc...

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 August 1919

V's The Daily Register, Richmond, Madison County, Monday Afternoon, August 4, 1919 WE INVITE COMPARISON OF OUR GOODS AND PRICES WITH THE OTHER FELLOW'S New Cooking Applea 65c gallon Green Mangoe Peppers 40c dozen Fresh Squash . . . 10c and 15c each Fresh Tender Corn 45c dozen Also Cabbage, Potatoes, Tomatoes, Cucumbers. LAST CALL ON SECOND CROP SEED POTATOES Irish Cobbler, second crop potatoes $3.50 bushel ALL COFFEE ADVANCING TO UNHEARD PRICES Ajax Rib Coffee, good cup quality 35c lb Old Maid, excellent drink coffee 45c lb FRUITS ON HAND Watermelons, Cantaloupes, Oranges, Bananas, Lemons E. S. WIGGINS' CUT RATE GROCERY OHM0 Public Sale WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 20th, at 10 O'CLOCK A. M. SPLENDID FARM OF 120 ACRES This farm is losated on the Tate's Creek pike, 9 miles from Richmond,. Fencing in good condition, a good tobacco barn, 2 small stock barns, 2 small dwelling houses. The land, S5 acr-ese in Corn, 15 acres in oats, 10 acres in wheat, and 15 acres in rye, 18 acres now in young clover...

Publication Title: Richmond Daily Register
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