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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond daily register. — 20 August 1919

MILTf Established 1865 53d Year -No. 221 Richmond, Madison County, ; Kentucky Wednesday, Afternoon, August 20, 1919 Single Copy 5 Cents A ft r-O '.r. V o OLDHAM PROVES r HE'S RIGHT STUFF Defeated Candidate For Lieuten ant Governor Wires Congrat- ' latitats To Shanks , coi. Konam U Uldnam proves ; himself the right sort of demo-' (crat by the manly and v straight t forward way in which ' he con - gratulates his successful oppo nent for the lieutenant governor ship nomination, W. H. Shanks'. ' Any man can win a race or a fight and come up smiling but it takes a good, game fellow to lose and come back, right side up, and Col. Oldham has proven that he is the right sort of stuff by the spirit he has shown , at this time. He assures Shanks of his enthusiastic support and that no one will do more to help elect him than he will. . Col. Oldham made a remark able race for the office he sought and with his - wonderful adver tising campaign would have won over any other man a person can name. ...

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 August 1919

1 V- The Richmond Daily Register, Richmond, Madison County Wednesday Afternoon, August 20, 1919 ) Real Farmer beginning at 1 0 a, r., oh the prrrrrr 409.Acres:6i: Good. -0N- ursaay At 10 O'clock A. on the Premises I will offer for saie4he fine farm of Mr. Elbert Wagers, known as the Joe Jones farm, situated on the Moran's Mill turnpike; arid in one of the bestland belts of Madison county ;v..io-:'- Just Think of the Opportunity AH of this land is in grass except about 60 acres which is in corn and tobacco. Located on the place is a good 8-room dwelling, stock barn, smokehouse, hen house; coal house, six acre combination stock and tobacco barn with concrete silo of 1 95 tons capacity, there is also a garage on the premises, also an brchard. Everything that if needed to make a comfortable home. .There are also two ten ant houses on the farm ' . ..... . . ' The place is Well watered by ponds and springs besides having a frontage in Silver Creek, that famous creek upon which more fine t...

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 August 1919

The Richmond Daily Register; Richmond, Madison County Wednesday' Afternoon, August 20, 1919 u 8 ) How . Pleasant The , Cook ; When You Are Burning -V. F. H. GORDON Better Coal Phone 28 Phone 224 SOCIAL and PERSONAL Family Reunion Mr. and Mrs. J. P.' Jones will entertain today with a reunion of the famiyl at the horfie of her fatheiy Mr, J. P. Reeves, in honor, of Rev. Ashford .Reeves, of Columbus, South Carolina. The guests are Mr. and Mr Roscoe Reeves, Mr. and Mrs. Edgar War ford and daughter, Anna Lee,' Mr Chas. Reeves, Mr. 'and Mrs. Harrys Warford, and. two children, all of Ravenna, Mr. and Mrs. Wheeler and' son, Charlie, of Irvine, Miss Anna Warford, Mr. and , Mrs. .; Will Reeves,. Mr. Tom Reeves, of Richmond. Mrs. Ashford Reeves will not be able to attend on account of illness of her two children at Irvine. 1 ' " Robinson Shorte Miss Alpha Robinson, of Berea, and Dan C. Shorte, of Breathitt county, stole a'Wrch. on their many friends last week When they went to Slate Lick and w...

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 August 1919

1 Hie Richmond Daily Register, Richmond, Madison County Wednesday'Afternoon, August 20,1919 Richmond Daijy Register s. M. SAVFLBki Editor and Proprietor Entered at tne postoffloo In Richmond a second class mail matter under Act if Congress pt JS7S. , Sabscrlptlon Rate. , ( Per year, by mall out of clty.lt.t0 41a months by mall out of clty1.00 Three months by mail out of city $1.00 In city, by carrier, per weak 10c ')ne month by mall ., I8o Subaorlptlona are strictly caah-ln-ad-:K-e to all and paper will be stopped irt-mptly whpn subscription has ox Jte You Good Fellotrs, Come Fiil Up Pipes LM If L3 . . . j' The Velvet tin is twice as big shown here . V- 1 F ever men are "Tom" and ,BilT to each other, hfs when good pipes are a-going. If ever good pipes go their best, 'tis when Velvet's in tha bowL For Velvet 3s a mighty friendly smoke. Kentucky Burley is the leaf that Nature made for pipes. Wholesome and hearty, honest as the day. And Velvet is that same good Burley lea brought to me...

Publication Title: Richmond Daily Register
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond daily register. — 21 August 1919

V; ''vV' :' 'V;;,' fl Tva nin to Established 1 865 53d Yeai No. 222 ftcnmorid, Madison County, Kentucky, .THursday Afternoon, August 2 1,1919 Single Copy" 5 Cents j r WILSON ANSWERS FALL'S QUESTION President Says He Expects Nor ' mal Times Soon After Treaty and League Are Ratified (By Asuoclated Press) 'Washington, Aug. 21 Presi i. deht Wilson has no power to de clare peace by proclamation nor could he consent to take such ac tion prior to ratification of the formal treaty of peace by the Senate, he so wrote to Senator 'Fall, in answer to one of 20 ques tions the Senator presented at the White House conference Tuesday. As to the question of when normal, conditions will be restored, he said he could only express the confident opinion that immediate -ratification of the treaty and acceptance of the Lea gue of Nations covenant would ("certainly within the near fu- ture . reduce the cost of living," both here and abroad, through restoration of production and commerce to normal. To a que...

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 August 1919

'V. ' ':.v '? -V:-:- '.v.. 'V - ,.,;: -': v.!"" ' ;. Hie RicfnHOncf Daily Register, Richmcflcf, Madison County Thurscfay Afternoon; August 21, 1919 ' ' 'k ' v -; 2 I J y Motor TotcIs For Sale Ve have a 3 1-2 ton four wheel drive truck which we bought as a demonstrator; it is suitable for road con tractors, sand and gravel hauling, or any work where heavy hauling and bod roads prevail. We will sell -this new truck at less than factory cost, as we are giv ing up the agency. . : v . .. . ' Columbia Motor Truclr Co. . Incorporated 119 S. 7th Street L0UISV1ELE, KY. EVAfiS BOOKING BJgUND SALES : AN INVITATION : J According to Section 72, Kentucky Revenue and Taxa lion Laws, 1 invite you to come ai once 10 my omce ana list your property for the year 1919. Gome early while we are not busy and avoid the rush. , Ute time is drawing closer to a close every day. . 7 ', . . BEN R. POWELL COUNTY TAX COMMISSIONER : From present' indications more Madison county arms "a re going to be sold this fall...

Publication Title: Richmond Daily Register
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond daily register. — 21 August 1919

m Moved Into New Quarters and Ready The Madison Electric Company Have moved their . ' office and display room from over the Western ' Uniorf to rooms over Stockton's Drug Store where " they will be pleased to talk with you over matters electrical. , The farmers are recommending very highly tfie DELCO LIGHTING SYSTEMS which this firm has installed in the past month, and right now before the cold weather sets in would be a mighty good ' time to talk the matter over with them. x MADISON ELECTRICAL CO. Davison & Telford, Managers J ' ' The Elks' ' home at Middles Jpro has been purchased to con rf into a hospital flSS 1-2 AGEESI (,2 : : ? - . wn WW t r L . J u . . llll ' at nmm nil c . bii iiii i villi iiii ii ' iiciyii iiii' ii i ii i i ri ii i iii 4111 III I II I II I I I I I I I II I I I I I I I II I 1 n m WEDNESDAY, COMMENCING PROMPTLY AT 10 O'CLOCK A. M. x RAIN OR SHINE ' - The land of Miss Mary Miller and Mrs. Margaret Miller Conlee on the Duncan Road, about five miles from Ric...

Publication Title: Richmond Daily Register
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond daily register. — 21 August 1919

frrpr ;.'w,j -yep" f V;.vj' .:'i';-.':VV. !h Oaifv K r ;f ; r.oj nlfvladison " County -Thursday Afternoon, August 2 1 ,v 1 91 9 i ; l. ' . ' i 5 re i" , ). ... it It was Benserade, we think, who wrote: In bed we laugh, in bed we cry, ; ; And bom in bed, in bed we die. . The near approach a bed may show , . Of human bliss to human woe. , jWell',' if that's the case, a man's bed comes pretty close to being a pet institution in his career. , t fit gets, in fact, to be a habit. : - J And every man is fussy about his habits, by cracky. CIf the sleep habit consumes one-third, or even one fourth of a man's time, you can bet your bonnet he's going to be mighty particular about the kind of bed he sleeps in , - ' . " WE RECOMMEND , SIMMONS BEDS " MUNCY BROTHERS MAIN STREET CLAY BUILDING Richmond aily Register Hintered at tue potofflc In Richmond m second clas mall matter under Act I ( Congress of 1876. Pnbacrlptloa natea. 'er year, by man out or city- -M.M iix months by mall out of cltjrS3.90...

Publication Title: Richmond Daily Register
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond daily register. — 21 August 1919

1 . The Da3y Register, Richmond, Madison County, Ky. Thursday Afternoon, August 21,1919. How Pleasant .The Cook " When f You Are 1 Burning F.H. GORDON j Better Coal f ' no m An j ione co rnone ll1 SOCIAL and PERSONAL Mr. Hanger s Luncheon , Mrs. Harry B. Hanger Sr. entertained with a beautiful luncheon at the Country Club, Lexington, Wednesday, Mrs. Paul Collins.', of Bellinghani, I Washington, being the guest of ' honor. Covers were laid for the following guests: Mrs. Paul Odlins, 1 Irs. Har Waller H Hellingham, Washington, rry B. Hanger, Sr., Mrs, Bennett, 'Mrs. A. K Mc- Cowan, Mrs. B. L. Middelton, Mrs'. Harry Hanger, Jr., Miss Helen Bennett, Miss Elizabeth Hanger and Miss M.irgarec B. Parrish, of-liichmond, and Mrs. Nelson Gay', of Winchestr. Mrs. Silas Mason, Mrs. Henry Bus worth, Mrs. L. N. Bosworth and A ilrs- John Coleman,' of I.cxing T' ton. The guests were $fatrd in a .private dining room where bevttiful place rarJs " marked eacN seat. The table lii.vr.raiions k were espec...

Publication Title: Richmond Daily Register
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Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond daily register. — 21 August 1919

UUBMualaMM, The Richmond Daily RenW ftichiypn),- Madison' County, Thursday Afternoon, August 2 1 , 1919 crnranwTjim'r.iiFn ii1 r'nrfrXTrr,ru.mL.i 1 1 itn -t- If;; ;. Buy That Diamond NOW Diamond prices are steadily advancing" due to the shortage of fine "rough" stones. is every indication will be still higher There that prices this fall. Y - 'V Right now we have a huge stock of fine diamonds to choose from. You will buying Now. save money by We send selection packages to responsible people. 512 Fourth Ave. LOUISVILLE, KY. - Seelbach Hotel Bid?. Coates Among Speakrs . ' In the educational campaign that will be inaugurated in this state August 25th to 30th, many distinguished speakers will take the stump. ' Among those listed are Governor Black, Edwin P. Morrow, V. O- Gilbert, George Speer, Dr. Ben B.-Bruner, Con gressman W. J. Fields, Prof. T. J. Coates, Prof. R. P. Green, Geo. Colvin, Capt. Charles F- Huhloin, Supt. L. E. Foster, Prof. R. S. Eu bank, W. II. Shanks, Nat B. Sew ell, M...

Publication Title: Richmond Daily Register
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond daily register. — 21 August 1919

t - ' The Richmond Daily Register, Richmond, Madison County Thursday Afternoon August 2 1 "r j 9 1 9 W'y to ,-y '" r V We have all sizes and kinds of Galvanized Tanks, both Wagon and Watering. Prices to suit your , , . : ' v ' v.-" j : . pocketbook Telephone 14 Opp. Court House a de B. FORBES SURVEYOR E. S, WIGGINS ATTORNEY AT LAW Public Sale of Personal Prop erty I WILL OFFER AT PUBLIC AUCTION . SATURDAY, AUGUST 23rd, 1919 beginning at 10 o'clock a. m., at former Madison Institute, the following property: ' ' ' . ' 12 dressers; 10 wash "nds; 6 extension tables 12 center tables; 3 dozetw dining room chairs 2 dozen cane bottom chairs; 1 book case; 1 buffet 2 wardrobes; 12 iron bedsteads; 12 bedsprings - ' , 12 mattresses; 1 bedroom set (bureau, washstand and bed' complete) . 12 druggets; 1 refrigerator; 18 rocking chains - 1 lawn swing,; 1 porch swing; 2 incubators; 2 lawn mowers; 18 bowls and pitchers ; .- Dishes, knives, forks, spoons, glassware ,. . 1 Jersey cow; garden tools; 3 p...

Publication Title: Richmond Daily Register
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond daily register. — 21 August 1919

I. f 4: V:" 1:1 . i 'l The Daily Register. Richmond. Madison Count v. Thursday Afternoon. AiioiMf 21 1 SlO V fj'Vvf .-.'...v . V:; v:,'Y" Are You Investigating H. C. L. Prices? Why Not Try Us? Fresh Tender Corn ... .... .j. ; ... . Home Grown Tomatoes . . . .v. .... .". Eastern Sweet Potatoes . : Cooking Apples . . . . ... . ..... . . . . . Cabbage ........ .'. .............. . Avon dale Prepared Mustard big jar . Peaberry Coffee (fine cup quality) . Eldean Patent Flour 24 pound bag . . ' SPECIALS Purple Top Turnip Seed in bulk Northern Rye Seed . ... . . ...... ... . . .... 40c dozen . 25c dozen' 12 l-2c Pound . . . . 50c gallon . . , . 10c pound .......... 15c , .'.' 40c pound ......... $1.60 10c oz. $2.50 per bushel E.S. Wiggins' Cut Rate Grocery Says Local Boys "Cleaned Ud" I The Danville Advocate , said the other day: The Richmond colored team '. . , . ' - slipped one , over on the - Danville colored nine yesterday on Cheek Field in a thrilling fourteen inning contest hy a 6-4 ...

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 August 1919

It. ' X a n n Established 1 865 53d Yeai-No.223 Richmond, Madison G)unty, Kentucky, Friday Afternoon, August 22, 1919 Single Copy 5 Cents Hi a-- t MADISON PHYSICIANS - HAVE A BIG DAY Enjoy Fish Fry At Boonesboro ' . and Hear Address By Arthur McCormack. Madison county doctors had a moiit enjoyable day at Boonesboro Bathing- Beach, Thursday. Dr. Arthur Mc Cormack, secretary of the ' State Iioard of Health and his wife ' were ,theirs guests, and delivered a splendid ddrcsa. He spoke chiefly on Com municable Diseases and what the government is doing to prevent them. Fried fish and fried chicken were the principal points "oh a delicious menu which was greatly enjoyed by all, Dr, McCormack's address should have been heard by everyone. He is an authority. He is recently back from Panama where he followed Goethals in much of the big work he did on the isthmus. Nearly .every physi cian in Richmond and Madison county was present Dr. McClure; of Lex ington and Adjutant General Tandy Ellis cam...

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 August 1919

.. ... y The Richmond Daily Register, Richmond, Macron County Friday Afternoon, August 22, 1 9 1 9 .Farm B argains FARM NO.l Situated on ' the Richmond and Lancaster turnpike, and contains 247 acres. Is a gently rolling farm, very fertile soil. Has dandy 10 room dwelling, stock barn, two tenant houses, and every kind of out-buildirjg you could wish for. Well watered, has about 50 acres of old blue grass sod that will produce anything, and this' one can be subdivided into FARM NO. 2 and will sell you 137 acres with all improve ments excepting one tenant house, and also FARM NO. 3 Containing 110 acres excellent land and very accessable to the pike with small dwelling on ' . same -1. FARM NO. 4 Situated on good pike only about 100 yards from Richmond and Lancaster turnpike and contains 278 acres', well improved with good 6 room dwelling, one tenant house, two good barns and a farm known throughout Garrard ' , - County as being a good one and this will be priced subdivided into smaller ...

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 August 1919

The Richmond Daily Register, Richmond, Madison County Friday Afternoon, August 22, 1 9 1 9 .Fai-m Bargains FARM NO.l Situated on the Richmond ad Lancaster turnpike, and contains 247 acres. Is a gently ' rolling farm, very fertile soil. Has dandy 10 room dwelling, stock barn, two tenant houses, and every kind of out-buildiijg you could wish for. Well watered, has about '50 acres of old blue grass sod that will produce anything, and this' one can be subdivided into FARM NO. 2 and will sell you 137 acres with all improve ments excepting one tenant house, and also FARM NO. 3 Containing 110 acres excellent land and very accessable to the pike with small dwelling on ' . samer FARM NO. 4 Situated on good pike only about 100 yards from Richmond and Lancaster turnpike and . contains 278 acres', well improved with good 6 room dwelling, one tenant house, two good bams and a farm known throughout Garrard ' . , County as being a good one and this will be priced subdivided into smaller tracts. FA...

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 August 1919

-The Richmond Daily Register liichmond, Aladison Ccur.ly, Friday Afternoon, August 22, 1919 J' .V, 7 X 4 Lazy Life During Hot Months Causes Lazy Liver v - v j T no other time is the girl so constant a companion of her mother as when she is emerging into womanhood. There are so many questions to ask; so much she needs to know. And school it over. Hert ii now a lazy, inactive, carefree life. No .wonder (he it not alwayt at lively and at well at the ihould be at her age. Let the mother inquire if the ,bowelt are functioning properly, for there lie the basil of good and poor health, : . It will utually be found that a lax ative it . needed,' and none will give tafer and quicker relief than Dr. Caldwell's Syrup Pepsin which it just a combination of timple laxative herbt with pepsin. Taken tonight, it acts freely and pleasantly in the morning. The head it .again clear, the body hg!'i. There it renewed interest in life. A dose of Syrup Pepsin now and then it almost a necessity for everyone...

Publication Title: Richmond Daily Register
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond daily register. — 22 August 1919

rThe Richmond Daily RegisterlilchaiondMada CcvzXy, Friday Afternoon, August 22, 1919 6 I I). ' , Lazy Life During Hot Months" Causes Lazy Liver v T, no other time is the girl so constant a companion of her mother as when she is emerging into womanhood. There are so many questions to ask; so much she needs to know. And chool u over. Hera is now a Uzy, inactive, carefree life. No .wonder (he it not always at lively and at well at the ahould be at her age. Let the mother inquire if the , bowel are functioning properly, for there lies the baiii of good and poor health, t . It will usually be found that a lax ative it , needed,' and none will give safer and quicker relief than Dr. Caldwell's Syrup Pepun which is jutt SDr. Caldwell; "TV ' yrup Pep sin , Qfie Perfect jQixatwe A Car Load of Lalley Plants are now on the way for this territory, at the old price of $510 delivered here. Lalley Light Plants advanced $50 at factory. August 1st, and our distributor has protected us by buying a car...

Publication Title: Richmond Daily Register
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond daily register. — 22 August 1919

A Register, foch'rnorid, Matiisbtt County, Friday Afternoon, August 22, 1 91 9 - 1 :y '':. 7 'i J Y z f-, i . Money On Your Fariture Purchases FARM NO 1 m a Prsent indications," prices on all furnish- . :. for the home, especially in the line of FURNITURE ' ... be h-gher this winter than was .ever known. It is almost an impossibility to get shipments from he manufacturers, and those who have been fortunate FARM n nS ae "lo ky n a supPy snort m suPPty" ing thedemands of the public, this winter. v" ' . ' FART Vf'a Uoira (nraciun llioca rnrlitinnc ' flnrl I I.SilH CM IT . opportunity ' of laying in every piece of Furniture we could buy, at a price - that is by far under the prices prevailing today. ' : We could reap a big profit -if we advanced our prices . in regulation of advanced prices since we bought, but - we prefer giving our customers the advantage of our good buy, and win their friendship and good will. r If there is anything you heed in the home we urge you to buy before our ...

Publication Title: Richmond Daily Register
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Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond daily register. — 22 August 1919

The Daily Register, Richmond, Madison County, Ky. Friday Afternoon, August 22, 1919 V r How -Pleasant The Cook -; When '.; . . You Are r - J ' Burning F. H. GORDON Better Coal Phone 28 Phone 224 SOCIAL and PERSONAL Mrs. Aubrey Cossar leaves ? day for Atlantic Xty, where she will join her sister, Mrs'. Eugene Walker . .and Mr. Walker ,of Richmond, Ky. Mr. Cossar leaves at the sa"me time to join his fath er, the. Re v. Andrew O. Cossar, f for a'camping trip in the Ozark . v 3 f Ann ine ' l"Vti rio t Tr i mil j y . . ....... (1 f . House Party The home of Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Cobb has been a-scene of gaiety for the past three. weeks, having enter tained the following at a house party: Mr. and Mrs. W. II. Webb and charm- iiJ inf? daugnter,;erelda of Louisville, 4 Mr. Tom Jones, of Cleveland, Ohio, Cr J? Mrs. f. G. Bobbins, of Jackson, Tenn., f Bister of Mrs. Cobb, and Mrs. C. S. rowell, of Richmond, Ky. In addition al to these the following were spend- T If jthe-day guests: Mr. and Mrs. T...

Publication Title: Richmond Daily Register
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond daily register. — 22 August 1919

The Richmond Daily Rogisterichmond, Madison County, f Friday Afternoon, August 22, 1919 .1 I - i '" .1 .1. ... I . v." 1 - . ..-- Stock Imports From England i The activities of the United States Department of Agriculture in saving thousands of cattle from starvation last season by tranf erring the animals from the drought-stricken regions of 1 Texas to other southern pastures were so successful Federal, officials are rendering similar assistance this season to the stockmen of the North west who are suffering severely from dry weather and short pastures. Recently 378 sheep, 111 cows and heifers, 6 horses, and 1 Bershire boar pig arrived in New York from. Eng land on the steamship Michigan, ac cording to the United States Depart ment of Agriculture. Included in the shipment were 70 yearlings lambs of Hampshire, " Cotswold, and Suffolk breeding, while the cows were mostly Guernseys and Jerseys, all of the animals being pure breds purchased for use. as foundation stock and in improving ...

Publication Title: Richmond Daily Register
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