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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond daily register. — 9 August 1919

V.,' V The Richmond Daily Register tUchmond, Madison County,: Saturday Afternoon, August , 9, 1919 n NEW OFFERING! $3,000,000 " J. C. PENNY COMPANY , 7 per cent Cumulative Preferred Stock Company operates the largest chain of department stores of its kind in the world, maintaining 197 stores, extending into twenty-five states PRICE 98 AND ACCRUEDDIVIDEND' TO YIELD Vs per cent. , Special Circular On Request V JAMES C. WILSON & CO. 210 S. FIFTH STREET 1 v . , . LOUISVILLE CLASSIFIED ADS. (Advertisements moer tuts heading; le a word, each Insertion, cash with order and minimum cnarge oi z&c per aav.j ' LOST While driving from Berea fair to Richmond a man's dress coat. Liberal reward, will be paid for its re turn. . Jasper F. Kerby, Richmond, Box 213. . FOR SALE Pipe and fittings foi water, steam and gas; machine and en pine repairs. Phone 498 for prices. Ben F. Hurst, Elks building;. tl ORDER your motorcycle now In 1 dian, Harley-Davldson, Excelsior, "ainsr. Sta"--rd. mtr asd s...

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. — 9 August 1919

The Daily Register, Richmond, Madison County, ' Saturday Afternoon, August 9, 1 9 1 9 - FOLLOW THE CROWD ;; MONDAY, AUG. 11th BEGINNING' UTAH " rr 6 DIRECT FROM THE HEAR STRAND, Lexington THEM THEM WHO v :r-:''-V':' - THEY PLAY THEY DANCE THEY SING . V Note On Wednesday and -Thursday, August 13th and 14th, PICTURES AND ITALIAN SERENADERS will be presented at ALHAMBRA MATINEE and NIGHT r ; DOMINGO'S FILIPINO SERENADERS WILL GIVE A SHOW AT THE OPERA HOUSE, AUG-13 and 14 y rCUT OUT THIS PROGRAM AND SAVE IT -CUT OUT THIS PROGRAM AND SAVE IT -CUT OUT THIS PROGRAM AND SAVE IT ALHAMBRA MATINEE AND NIGHT- HOUSE (JJrEKA All Week ITALIAN SERENADERS ine 3 MONDAY ' Elsie Ferguson in "THE AVALANCHE" " The Perils of Thunder Mountain," and a Lloyd Comedy. ... TUESDAY Marguerite Clark in "COME ' OUT OF THE KITCHEN" -"When Love is Blind" Sen nett Comedy. Pathe Weekly WEDNESDAY Norma Talmadge in "THE WAY OF A WOMAN" :'s "Passing the Buck." Big V Semon Comedy. Pathe Weekly. THURSDAY Jack Pickford t an...

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. — 9 August 1919

if... . ihc Daily ivegister, Richmond, Madison County, Saturday Afternoon, August 9, 1919 .1,- v DROUTH CAUSES , 5 SHORT CORN CROP 7'J 16 1 - t 1 tfr . j The undersigned will offer to the highest bidder at s , . . public outcry on v n Saturday, August 16, 191 At 10 O'clock A. M. 2 Splendid Farms - One farm contains .1 23 acres land is known as the John Turpin farm one mile southwest of Doylesville. The othe rfarm contains A 05 acres of good land, two and one-half miles south of Doylesville, and two and one-half miles .north of Union City, and is known as the Russ McKiraiey place. Both of these farms are in good condition, all necessary outbuildings, and well watered. ; At the same time and place will sell the following: Lgray horse, good for family use 1 mare 3 years old, well broke 1 mare and colt, 8 years old , l aged mule; 1 black mare mule, 7 years old : 1 bay mare mule, 10 years old 1 black mare, mule, 5 years old I black jack, white points, will be 3 years, old in September, a...

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. — 11 August 1919

r mm Established 1865-3d Year--No.2!4 Richmond, Madison County t$ Single Copy 5 Cents Em ( 4 V lit AUDREY CAIiliEGIE t DIES SUDDENLY Short Illness of Pneumonia Fatal ) To Canny Scot, Who Made , Millions and Tried To Give They All Away ' . . " : i. (By A esoclated Press) Lenox, Mass., August 11 Andrew Carnegie, steel magnate and philanthropist, died at his summer home here today after an illness of less than three days of bronchial pneumonia. His' eath was so sudden his daught r, Mrs. Roswell Miller, was un able to get to his bedside. His wife and private secretary were 'with him at the end. Although Mr. Carnegie was ta ken ill Friday, it was not until early today his condition took a critical turn. Saturday it was said he was' suffering from a severe cold but is apparently was' not different from other attacks he had endured and no fear was en tertained it would prove fatal. It wa6 announced he was remaining in doors under the care of nurses. Outside the immediate household, no one ...

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. — 11 August 1919

; Hie Daily Register, RicHmond, Madison County," Monday Afternoon; August 11, i 919 ;fi. YOUR CATARRH MAY CARD FAOM OLDHAM LEAD TO COWS U Mr HON " ji. v v Dangerous to Use Treatment for Only Temporary Relief. There is a inorc serious stage of Catarrh than the annoyance caus ed by the stopped-up air passages, and other distasteful features. ' The real danger comes Irom the dencyof tne disease to continue course downward uniu tne become attecteu, ana tneti led consumption is on your path. Your' own experience has taught you that the disease can not be cured Dy sprays, innaicrs, 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. Get a bottle today, begin the only logical treatment that gives real results. For free medical advice write Medical Director, 47 Swift Laboratory, Atlanta, Ga ERS & TURNER ic Wiring And Supplies Ina nnwA RtlDD. 2d Stree. me or see ma for estimate. SntUfnctlom Ti...

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. — 11 August 1919

" t" i 'A !- ?'--..--. The Richmond Daily. ReBilSKchmondl," Madron Count,?' Monday Afternoons 'AuguTUW " " vi ,., 1 1 ; r 1 , ,j " 1111 , 1 ., " ',, -, , , 5 . v. " I o A'J HEN SCRATCH OYSTER SHELL GRIT ; CHARCOAL r F H.X0RD0N Better Coal Phone 28 Phone 224 SOCIAL and PERSONAL Beautiful Rook Party Miss Ella Moss Jesse entertained with a beautiful rook party .Thursday . evening. . Those who enjoyed 'the . fame were Miss Beulah Willoughby, HONORABLE MENTION Our fresh and cured Meats receive the . unanimous ap proval of Richmond house wives. Many of them have been buying from us for years. This alone proves both the quality of our ser vice and the wholesomeness of our Meats of all lands. JOHN ALLMAN'S MEAT MARKET . PHONE 17 Miss Marion? Sue Martin, Miss 'Beu lah Tipton, Miss Fannie Lee, -Tipton, Miss Katherine Rankin,, Miss Eunice James, Miss Mary Sue Tudor, Miss Stella McKinney, . Miss ',; Jessie, of Cynthiana, ' and Messrs. v Doc, J. C. and Layfette Cotton, Robert Jack son,' Mr. Tipt...

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. — 11 August 1919

I The Daily Register. Richmond, Madison County, Monday Afternoon, August II, 1919 V, mm- IP They Report: rSfiedWithJLalley ley Light owners Satisfied. The great ority of them are more thatthey are genu Vflltoca, Iowa Sep. 10, 1818 LjJleywWlUon Electric Co. Omaha, Nebraska'! Dear Slxti I am certainly plead ed with my Lalley lighting Plant and do not tee bow anyone on the fana can get along without a lighting and power aTttea as I con aider mleetrlo light on the farm as one of the most afiatf things on the farm. Yours truly F. A. ROBINSON m.. JOE SENDER Miss Lanter Passes Away . After an illness of several months Miss Kathryn Lanter passed away at sine o'clock Monday morning at the borne of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Alex Lanter, on Tate's Creek avenue. She was 23 years old and a beautiful J christian character in every way. She snade a profession of her faith in Christ, when only 12 years of age was a devoted Baptist and was never hap pier than when serving her Savior. She presided as...

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. — 12 August 1919

ifrs .-u, if in .rj 4J- . . Established 1865 53d Year Nb; 2(5 Richmond, Madison County, Kentucky, Tuesday Afternoon, August 12 1919 ' Single tibpy 5 Cents . x 1 o IT? 0 r? BAD MAN PACKED? GUN INTO COURT And Now Faces Concealed Wea pon Charge As Well As fak ing Girl From Parents Gardner Jones . who lives on Howard's Creek, across the river in 'Clark .'county, -'"must .have thought when he came-to Rich mond Tuesday morning,J:hat the officials' of Madison ' county are afraid to tackle a real "bad" man, and that he could bluff them out oh the charge' against him" of iiyiding little 14-ycarTold Maggie Stone against the will of her parents, and of having ' used abusive and threatening language against Mrs. Stone. Anyway, Jones came into county court with a big gun in his pocket, and he now faces ' a charge of carrying concealed deadly wcap one as well as other charges. Although Jones . was caught "dead to rights" in the court room v with the gun on him, Judge Price- released him on $500 b...

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. — 12 August 1919

The Daily Register, Richmond, Madison County, Tuesday ' Afternoon, August 12, 1919 !aa2 B I "PARTICULAR WORK FOR PARTICULAR PEOPLE" Daintyt arments such as WAISTS, EVENING GOWNS, DRESSES, Etc, Cleaned by the most modern and sani tary iaethods. Parcel Post paid one way. APPLEGATE, GRAVES& COMPANY ' Incorporated CLEANERS AND DYERS LEXINGTON, KENTUCKY MYERS & TURNER Electric Wiring And Supplies OOm at J DBert Sno. - ii ' tre , . , Phvae or we na for eatlmates. ( Satuiactioa PnOKB 433- - niCHMOND, KT. JEWELRY SO Ceata aa tna Donk aavea T Bay. lag Jewelry tram JOB ROSK3CBBRO. Established IMS. : Bargalaa tat Klla a Waltkaai Wateaca, eta. HI Water Street, iust around the corner from Upper Lexington, DR. J. B. MILLION FHY9ICLAJI AHD BUKGEOW Office Uaataara mm Bal In a; Baat af Alaambra Theatre, alula Street JAMES H. PEARSON Real Batate aad litre Rnct Auctioneer Every Sale a Specialty l FREE Our new 1919 Pistol Catalog is now ready for mailing, send for a copy at once. , ROSENBERG BR...

Publication Title: Richmond Daily Register
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Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond daily register. — 12 August 1919

The Richmond Daily Registerffichmond, Madison County;" Tuesday Afternoon, August 1 2, 1 9 1 9 ' "!,(;" ij.ihj..iw iilaWfmimii.-V( 3: uaitttiN Willi ui I Mipii in; inriM..niii'i miiiiiw in imjii nn , 'ni ii-nm '.inuujuminii i npi WEDNESDAY & THURSDAY s'Ss 'Mieras " u and i4i DOMINGO'S TROUPE OF NATIVE Filinino SrArmrlApe 8 high class artists from the phillipines Prices 25c and 50c f WW ' IN A MUSICAL FANTASY. -A NIG HT IN THE PHILLIPINES L dhows WITH "MINDA" A FAMOUS DANCER. THEY PLAY AND SING SPANISH, HAWIIAN, FILIPINO AND POPULAR MUSIC-SOLOS, TRIOS AND QUARTETS Nightly MADirTIIDrC nni I OP CUAIinf MkT Tlircp ntTPP npin in PIIAIW IT manna . . ' NO PICTURES WILL BE SHOWN ON THESE DATES REGULAR SHOW AT ALHAMBRA S 1 I t" ' i m " - .i i in. i ' ' ' - - ' YJ HEN SCRATCH OYSTER SHELL GRIT CHARCOAL F. H. GORDON Better Coal Phone 28 Phone 224 SOCIAL and PERSONAL Beautiful Tea Misses Nannie Mae and Cyn thia Davison entertained with a very attractive tea Saturday aft ernoon, in honor of t...

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. — 12 August 1919

v-;' Ji he Lauy it:fr3ier, V V 1 1 V V 3 tfiitMiii'i itfr Intftfi ft ill' 'iSfmr- V Refreshing flavor atid fragrance and un usual mellow-mildness make Camel Ciga rettes ins tantly and permanently likable ! CAMELS are a cigarette revelation ! They are a smoke delight ! They answer the cigarette question as it has never betore been answered. Your taste will prove that! Camels are an expert blend of choice Turkish and choice Domestic tobaccos which you will greatly prefer to either kind of tobacco smoked straight. Your test proves that! This expert blend brings out Camels', wonder ful cigarette qualities. ' 1 It eliminates any un pleasant cigaretty aftertaste or any unpleasant ; cigaretty odor ! It also makes possible Camels' enticing mildness while retaining the full " body " of the tobaccos. No matter how much you like Camels and how liberally jrou smoke them, they will hot tire your taste! , For your own satisfaction compare Camels with any cigarette in the world at any price f 1 jt...

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. — 13 August 1919

Established 1865 53d Year-No. 216 Richmond, Madison County, ; Kentucky Wednesday Afternoon, August.! 3, 1 91 9 Single Copy 5, Cents c TOM REED DROVNS IN DIX RIVER Well ' Known Ycing Man Former of Foxtown Section Meets Untimely. End In Mercer County Thomas Eeed, a well known farm er of the Foxtown section, was drowned in Dix rivsr Saturday while seining near the home of his father-in-law, Mr. Dave Motley, in Mercer county. With a number of his friends he had eaten dinner at Mr. Mot ley's and they went fishing after wards. Those who were with him and witnessed the . unfortunate af fair were Robert Dougherty, Wm. 1 J . . I. i- T Gtnvtifnt nnA Tlrtn Dalls and a Mr. Richardson ,of Ohio. Mr. Reed was not a Bwimmer. To gether with his . companions he was wading about in what was thought to be shallow water, but he stepped oft a ledge into water over six feet deep and drowned though his friends made every possible effort to save him. Mr. Reed is survived by his wife, Mrs Fattie Reed, and th...

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. — 13 August 1919

Wounded Desrree Undetermined. 4 7 '..:..;' y v '.-;:. Returned to Duty" "Previously" Rfr-Tf"" . . JSSSSSJ. '. Pyi53eUoatersonv X j y j mxA loo : IV. f - ' ' '. T'l'lM : ' ; " '. ' 1 . ' : - Tin 'i :.; '::; .' WrT -IV .V.'ii.l ,;. 21 ii.m ' "s ' ' r . '': ; ,1 , JAMES a PEARSOIf : 5 ;. '"'-"1 tss '( . j , Real Eatate and l e (Stock Auctloneei ' : Errry Sl Specialty-1 ' J-' ' ' ' j "Bob Walker. Genl Auctioneer ' r"i7Ti!.-)' ,,, , ..1.J t,; , t tjh-.w.' ;, 'Saiea'aeld uynMe m wulaeU ay ? tkln Veterinary Work .!, all . Ita brqnchra All kinds of vehlclea for aale --tajile. pfroae S63f Maldeaee phone 689 b . r tRIY1 & TURNER : ! I ! " v i jlxu.v j ! 5f i Yir ',; r , Electric Wiring And -Ppphes ! j 0aiM"Hr?4rVaeilB nov- Sd "tree, r-- oriooe.'ua for eallmateo. Satlafaetloai -araateed rtnONB 4S3- - - - WIOHMOSTD, KT. I I Mil I Ii il i.i I 'I'll . . ',:,) ' JiJj-"l:H- v; Richmon yafly Register Trrr SS Ceata o- tae Dona oared ay BayJ '"' 'W JeWclrV fraaa aoB ROSEITBBBQ. : : i'a.im EatokUab...

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. — 13 August 1919

The Richmond Dafly Rrtgrrichoad, f.kcKscn County, Wednesday Afternoon, August 13,1919 ''I1 ,'.'l"J.i J.1 't9g-lM.il 5 , M w ' ncmiv r mi f ? t t ..Ttfini 17 11 1- r n 1 ir v f " Ji'iii'iv i cut f DOMINGO'S 1 j1!.' A:.H?a'M1.--:'-f-'v-1 hetiviiu ' . uAnfaV 4.ilJ.'i. I . .. . . ' ! 1 H .11 . . ... ... )0 o :.8 HIGH CLASS ARTISTS FROM THE PHILLIP! J J At.if.rj 1 iw- J nifcrj- . .mf.o , ,-,1 v i j i ustiirmt '-"! '-I'.' P.fr .111. m j" ' f -r tin a . f r.i 1, -..,, 3 i'xsMmmmmm . ? 1 ' i ... 1 i w.t: I 111 Ti . IT I- I 'M ' ' - Ail H H . . rVTTST iA a.. 4b . . . i 'a' .V."ilr -(Mil-; i -.( . Ai 1 1 lu;. U . WITH "M1NDA" A W. Ft" 7 - 'Jl i . . ,. 1 .... . , ,, D M I IIUIII 111 LIIIII1IIIIIEJ . imiii . m iiu I 1 iiiiimiii wi "fixity vit tsars m an, j' atii'. t'tr'-? i 1 n JHEY PLA Y. AN DSG FILIPINO, HAWAIIAN, SPAIIj:Ayp.i?pPUR fiffi Quartets 1.1 1 -UM--. ,1 A I 1 .) fro "(5 .1 m r mm t b: .1 .?..,;u. I.'.. . . ; fii it--- t J . ft fcmv -mow ;. jjir. i. ixl JI7 1 u 1111 s 1 1. iJ ma r 7 i...

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. — 13 August 1919

" The Daily Regkr. Richniond, Madison County, Wednesday-Afternoon,' August 3j 1919 COLORED NEWS 41 News for the Housewife at Preserving Time " Here is a recipe for preserving syrup that will give you finer jams, jellies and preserves and save you about one-; !, half your trouble. - I; Instead of all sugar use only one-half sugar and one-half Karo (Red Label). . -v . " , You will find this means clear, firm jelly; rich preserves - with heavy syrup ; and delicious jams, mellow and "fruity". Karo is a fine, clear syrup, with a natural affinity for the juices of the fruit, . , It blends the sugar with the fruit juice brings out all V xFuithermorXft Prevents even the richest jam or jelly . . -from "candying'. ''tsssr-r JJsftV-. It does away with all tlie uncertainty of preserving, and , . just about cuts the wort m nait. ? Forcookirifcf Baking and Candy Making Karo (Red v Label) is used in millions'of . homes. In all cooking and "'SI. baking recipes use Karo instead of sugars It is sweet...

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. — 14 August 1919

JillLCDISMl Ht) fc :.v .j ;... 'A. J. . Richmond, Madison County, Kentucky, Thursday Afternoon, August 14, 1919 : f;' . ; feSingle Copy 5: Cents' Established 1 865 53iYeai No; 216 1 . CITY ENGINEER REPORTS ON STREETS Col. Crecelius Tells of. Progress Made To Date On Plans For Paved Thoroughfares Citizens and taxpayers of Rich mond are interested in the re port which Col. Crecelius. made to the City .Council ., the other night, upon progress in laying plans for the city'3 now , sewers and paved streets. Col. Crecelius', as City Engineer, has already done exhaustive work in the nutter and he covers' it., com prehensively in his report,' which was in full as follows; . , Richmond,- Kentucky, . s August 5, 1919. Hon. L. P. Evans', r Mayor, Richmond, Kentucky. Dear Sir: ,7 The following report is sub mitted in .accordance with your instructions,--- V ' I took up my duties as City Engineer of Richmond, Kentucky on May. 10th, 1919. A small survev party was organized at once and field work ...

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. — 14 August 1919

Hie D3y Renter, Richmooii Madaca County, - Thursday Afternoon, August 14, 1919 J- ; " Two Savings In One f '3 . '' J r 3 , We are paying the Farm er the highest cash price for his Butter and Eggs. Be sides this We are selling him his Groceries at a much lower price than he could get elsewhere. Better try us next time you're in town. c J E. B. Varf ord & Son Major Wells' Old Stand PHONE 143 Richmond afly Register -4-t They're Stffl Coming When we told the good folks of this county that we could save them money on their GROCERIES AND MEATS We meant just what we said. Many new faces have been in our store already v this week, and they're still coming. L. H. MAFFETT Phone 561 JAMES H. PEARSON Life Was a Misery , ' Mrs. F. M. Jones, cf Palmer, Okla., writes t "From the time I en tered into womanhood ... I looked with dread from one month to the next I suffered with my back and bearing-down pain, unto life to me was a misery. I would think I could not endure the pain, any longer, and ...

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. — 14 August 1919

Hie Richmond Daily Rgrytcrfcchmond, MacKsoa County, Thursday Afternoon! August 1 4, 1 919 FREE - ... , d&: V'ouncao of, lUluDlano'o v Cancflloo ;;Givon Aram FREE! v rC VA -VT, UUUJi- J. AVAIT. 1 11JIVJI1 t , AUUUJ 1 IQul The Special meraon-LWos Production "OH t YOU. WOMEN" with Eraest"Tnier and Louise Huff. A 2 reel Comedy and Travelogue? also The VENETIAN SERENADERS' How Pleasant The ' i Cook ' When You Are Burning F. H. GORDON Better Coal v Phone 28' Phone 224 SOCIAL and PERSONAL Entertained at Bridge ' Miss Helen Bennett entertained very delightfully at Bridge Tuesday afternoon, in compliment to Mrs. Paul Collins, of Bellingham, Washington. The prize for highest score, was won by . Mrs. James Wilson, of Louisville, the mullo prize, by Mrs. Hale Dean, the guest prize presented to Mrs. Col lins. At the conclusion ot the game de licious refreshments were served. Miss Bennett's guests included Mrs. Paul Collins, Mrs. W. R. Shackelford, Mrs. Waller Bennett, Mrs. Neale Ben nett, 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. — 14 August 1919

v r ; ' Hie Daily Regisi er; -Ri'thh'on Jy Maidisbh County; " Thursday Afternoon, August 1 4t 1 9 1 9 -if' - ;y : ' r THE LATEST HEWS ;; -'-V Is it Y rossioie Lefifisiat Life and to Brains? 13 w i Swift & Company is primarily an organization of men,- not a collection of brick, mortar, and machinery. PackingPlants, their equipment and usefulness are only outward symbols of the intelligence, life long experience, and right purpose of the men who compose the organi zation and of those who direct it Will not Government direction of the packing industry, now con templatedby Congress, take over the empty husk of physical property and equipment and sacrifice the initiative, experience axid deotxo of these men, which is the life itself of the industry? ; r ; What legislation, what political adroitness could replace such life and brains, ' once driven out ? ; Let us send you a "Swift Dollar," ' ' It wiB interest you. Address Swift and Company Union Stoak Yards, Chicago, W. Swift & Co...

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. — 15 August 1919

s -; v -; :-v -V,r :. ;,.,; : -, -V-;-, : ''. v. " ;-.,' -. - ' " , .-I -; -.J ,'- , , . V- . v.',.' .V ' .7 " V '. .'" "7 ' "' -' " ''"' " " 'Vv :''-.""' ' ''.' " : "' -V i,"--- ' V . U3 'Established 1 865 53d Year SOARED HEAVILY few ON GUN CHARGE Gardner Jones, However, Flatly Denies He ivnows Anything ' ' of Disappearance of Girl bp , 1 ' ; A jury in the county court Fri day morning gave Gardner Jones, of Clark county, a fine of $100 and 20 days in jail on the charge of carrying concealed a deadly weapon. The law also automat ically disfranchises Jones : from voting' for two years- Through his attorneys. Messrs. C. C. Wal- . lace, of this city, and Spencer, of ; ' ' Winchester, Jones plead , guilty. - -Mr. Wallace plead mitigating cir cumstances for his client, saying that the young man had come to .a strange town. ' Jones had said ' 'that he was afraid of troubje with s f ,his father-in-law. Win. 'Stone, v whose daughter, "Maggie, Jones was also charged with taking : from school...

Publication Title: Richmond Daily Register
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