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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond daily register. — 27 August 1919

) "'i- - TTie Daily Register, Richmond, Nfadison County, Wednesday Afternoon, August 27 1 1 91 ig an ancient : .1 in? ii da- 1I 3 HINDI I IU - : Oorrpptin JasSa Tfi mini hip iinkir OI reOJUI JB&r . , . iu uvhh nio nuiviL error I iLXS ' I II II Hill r 1 1 11 1 IHIfl V L , n tgf WE, HAVE PURCHASED g OlIUVVIIflD flLVVflllJ I IbSSJf ?4,00 wortV of Certificates of - Jjl ' 'J s I lPSll Indebtedness of the U. S. Govern- ' tBNTS ARE RISING, HOUSES ARB .. Lf""f men bearing 4 1-2 per cent inter- " &t SCARCE, AND LANDLORDS f 4-i r-il . est and dm .1 bJ " any of our customers uid lKfl ' ' IpCfl friends desire this investment, we Ifell ' ' Iferll nwU be glad to furnish them at Itefl THE FIRST PAYMENT BOTHERS l5v Par and accured interest j ( f ' yj&L MADISONNATIONAL hdj S""" THE LATEST NEWS The financial, committee , for no mn'minf af AcKnrtr C trxrr to secure a quarter of a million dollars for the building of a seminary, and general extension and improvement, will meet in 'Wilmorc in...

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. — 27 August 1919

si i i The Daily Register, Richmond, Madison County, Ky. Wednesday Afternoon, August 27, 1 9 1 9 L. & N. CONDUCTOR SHOOTS SHOWMAN Conductor Russell, D. " Thomp son, who runs" to Louisville on the Knoxville division of the L. Capt. Russell D. Thompson, one of the best known, as well "ns best passenger conducors, on this division of the L. & N. shot and fatally wounded J. E. Mitchell, a street fair man, at the Crab Orch-J ard depot at an early hour this morning. Mitchell had given the conductor, .who was in charge of & N. shot and killed a carnival j Mo. 21, the Southbound passenger man named .T. E. Mitchell at a good deal of trouble on the Crab Orchard Tuesday morning The Stanford Journal says of the N killing: way lrom Louisville, a quarrel starting over a ticket. When Mitchell left the train at Crab Orchard, where the street fair i:-. playing, he 'fired two shos at of which wuicirv reed wiwr v I I 1.11. M ULiI .It ---; II llll. m iCapt. ihompson, one oompiftte' formulas...

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. — 28 August 1919

X EstablisKed 1865 53d Year No. 228 ... .,,..': ..... ..., , I, v &chiriond, Madison County, Kentucky, Riursday' Afternoon, August 28, 1 919 Single Copy 5 Cents i IE P 1 r t JOE BOGGS APPOINTED -J "Louisville, Aug. 28. Cattle "400, iaiii AAlillinAIAIirn!260 lower; $5 to $15;, hogs 2000, $1 ROAD COMi.i SS 0 En ! and iower; 8 ?19-50' v nUHU yUlillilltf0IUItkll(.2OOO 5Qc lower. ?750 d0Wn; lambs '; .. -' I$i5. . ', ' " Madison County Man Named By-j Cincinnati, Aug. 28 Cattle trade Gov. Black To Be Head of State Highways. ' . (By Associated Press)' Frankfort, Aug. 28 Joe S. Boggs, of Richmond, a civil en gineer, formerly connected with , the State Roads Department, was ' today appointed State , Commis sioner of Roads to" succeed Rod man Wiley, resigned. Gov. Black made the appointment. t A Splendid Appointment The above Associated Press dispatch will be good news to the host of friends of Mr. Boggs at home here, where he is so popu lar. Mr. Boggs is spendidly qual ified in every way ...

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 August 1919

l"he Daily kegist$E, Richmond, Madison County, Thursday Afternoon, August 28, 1919 ' 166 acres in Garrard county, 3 1-2 miles from Lancaster acre tobacco barn; neverfailjng well; pond, and running crops on this farm this year. It will pay for itself in 3 .or D. A. THOMAS, REAL LANCASTER, KENTUCKY Richmond Daily Register . jh BAUXtfik lUtr aad lrrlcM Entered at tue postofflce In Richmond U aecand class mall matter under Act of Congress of 1876. ubscrlptlaa Rates. Per year, by mall out of city ILf 0 Six months by mail out of city -i.0 Three months by mail out of city f 1.00 In city, by carrier, per week 19c One month by mall , . loo Subscriptions are strictly cash-In-advance to all and paper will be stopped promptly when subscription has ex pired. - WACO Miss Amanda Park has . re turned to her home at Union City after a pleasant visit with Miss Cornelia Wilson.- Mr. Burnell Lewis', of Rich mond, is spending the week-end with his sister,Mrs. W. .T. Bush. Miss Jones, of Winchester, is 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. — 28 August 1919

The Richmond Daily Register, Richmond, Madison County Thursday Afternoon, August 28, 1919 m. How Pleasant The Cook When You Are Burn in g- F. H. GOFP0N .Better Coal Phone 224 SOCIAL and PERSONAL ford, Mollie Fife, Leon Fife, Mrs. W. Mays, Frances Mays, v Mr. Franklin Deatherage, Neale Bennett, Jr., Mary Allen Deatherage, Mr. William Car son, of Stanford, Messrs. 'Irvine Hume, James -Tribble," Jack Phelps, Harry D. Rice, Myers Coates, Pleas Park, Fred Davison, Robert Telford, Mr.' and Mrs. Garrett Million, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Hanger, Jr., Messrs. Wm, Collins, Af red Douglas, Abner Ferrill Oldham, Jesse Hocker of Stanford, Mr.! Pursleyf Winchester, Mr. Judy, of Mt. Sterling, and Miss Margaret Buckley. , Party For Visitors Mr. and Mrs. Philip Gentry enter tained very delightfully with a party at their home at.Moberly Tuesday nitrht in honor of the tetter's sisters, Misses Elizabeth and Reba Million of Pinckard, Ky., and Misses Elizabeth Turoin of Brooksville, Miss. Those who enjoyed the...

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 August 1919

;f."i" Hi 1 ' .The Daily Register, Richmond, Madison County; Kyt Thursday- Afternoorir August :28, rl 9 j 9 v ; VFIVE COWS MADE $474.00 LAST YEAR". writes W. C? Kiohr, Oxford, Ohio "I have shipped to the Yri State about 'five and a half years and last; year sold $474.00. worth of butter fat from five cows. Haye always found the Tri-State fair in their dealings'. I have sold to both the Tri State and also cream stations - to see how the tests agre.2 and so far. have, found 'The Tri-State pay the "freight th; better way.'' " , WE PAY THE FREIGHT AND 57 cents per pound FOR BUTTER FAT We Have Paid 57c Since July 24th Week Of Aug. 25th to 31st, , S,elring your cream for less than Tri-State prices robs your wcketbook and encourages' profiteering. Write" for Free Tial Cans, loss. Ve guarantee youncream and cans against THE .TRI-STATE BUTTER COMPANY CINCINNATI, OHIO REAL ESTATE TRANSFERS Preston Brewer to John W. White, 5 acres for $1,000. . L S. L. Pigg to J. M. Pigg 37 Vn acres for $5,000...

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 August 1919

i ;.. 7 v : . I TEE, '7 Established 1 865 53d Yeai-No. 229 Richmond, Madison County, Kentucky, Friday Afternoon, August 29, 1919 Single Copy 5 Cents V o o 'V, O f V UIIOftM Tfl CDC A K TAD lflLOUII lUUI LHMUM 1 TREATY IN 30 CITIES Louisville Gets Two Addresses Sept. 28 and 29 After Tour of the West 1 Uy Associated 1'reHn) '' Washington, Aug. , 29 Presi dent' Wilson will visit 30 cities during his tour of the' country in the interest of the peace treaty, and be absent from Washington unil September 30th. He will leave here next Wednesday night. His first address will be Columbus, Thursday and the sec ond in the evening'at Indianap olis. . His itinerary was announc ed today. ' - He will speak September 5th in St. Louis and the next day in Kansas City. His itinerary thence take him successively up' thru Iowa, Nebraska, South Dakota, Minnesota, North Dakota, Mon tana, Idaho, Washington, Oregon, California, Utah, Wwoming, Col orado, Kansas, Oklahoma, Arkan sas and Tennessee, for a night ...

Publication Title: Richmond Daily Register
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond daily register. — 29 August 1919

4 :'f The Richmond Daily Register Richmond, Madison County Friday Afternoon, August 29, 1919 33 Acre Farm AT A ft on TUESDAY, SEPT. 2nd 10 O'CLOCK 6 1-2 miles from Richmond on the Barnes Mill pike. You have been waiting for just such a farm close to town. Don't let this opportunity get by you. Upon this land is a splendid dwelling house, with all necessary outbuildings and plenty of good water. The . j, ...... ... , ( land is among the best producing farms in the county and will prove a good investment to the buyer. ' Possession will be given January A , 1 920, and if not sold, will be offered for rent. At the 'same time offer a lot of farming implements and stock at public sale. Terms will be liberal and made known on day of sale. Don't forget the date Tuesday, Sept.. 2, 1919 at 1 Q a. m. ' V MRS JL C. BRONSTON RICHMOND, KY. $90,000 STAKES AND PURSES BIB Sept. 29 TO Oct. 10 Public Sale :OF: Land & Stocl on Tuesday, Sept. 9th 10 O'clock A. M., Rain or Shine The undersigned will ...

Publication Title: Richmond Daily Register
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond daily register. — 29 August 1919

m if Hie Richmond Daily Register! Richmond, Madison County Friday Afternoon; Aumst 29. 1919 o o i' I 01 0 4 YOU NEED NOT SUFFER FROM CATARRH Bat You Must Drive It Out of Your Blood. "7 '.Catarrh is annoyit.fr enough when it chokes up your .nostrils . and air passages, causing difficult Vreathing and other discomforts. Real danger comes when it reaches . down into your lungs. ;This is why you should at once realize the importance of the prop er treatment, and lose no tiie ex perimenting with worthless reuie- - - 1 . - dies which touch only the surface. To , be rid of Catarrh, you must drive the disease germs out of your blood. "" Splendid results have been re ported from the use of S. S. S., which acts on the catarrh germs . in the Wood. ' If you wish medical advice as to -the treatment of your own indi vidual case, write to Chief Medical Adviser. -12 Swift Specilic Co., At lanta, Ca. ' . . i . PEARSON GIVES OPEN LETTER TO PUBLIC citizens Crimson Clover Seed From Franklin County's Fi...

Publication Title: Richmond Daily Register
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond daily register. — 29 August 1919

V. theRichfoond Daty RegisterRichniond.JVlac&son County," Friday Afternoon, August 29, 1919 Richmond Daily Register . M. 84UFL.D; Bdltar amd Prrletr (S a era ccfl ounty Farmni Entered at tne pos toff lea In Richmond 4 second claaa tawil matter under Act of Congreaa of 1876. ( Y i clock Wednesday, Sept. 3, at 10;' 0' 97 1-2 Acres for Mrs. Dbra Wheeler 45.3 Acres. Adjoining The BEST LOCATION ever, 1 i -2 miles east of Lancaster, Richmond pike.. You have been wanting a farm close to Lancas-ter. Don't let this opportunity slip. Lancaster the best town of its size in Central Kentucky; The BEST graded school 3 banks, churches splendid residences, electric lights, water works, ice plant, etc., hospitable people. The new $75,000,000 tobacco warehouse will afford the BEST tobacco market in Kentucky. ' The 97 1 -2 acres will be diyided and sold in 3 tracts; 2 tracts of 20 acres each, and tract with improvements of about 57 1-2 acres. You may buy 1 or 2 or all 3. 5 room bungalow and hall, ...

Publication Title: Richmond Daily Register
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Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond daily register. — 29 August 1919

the Richmond Dailv RegisterRichmbnd, Madison County," Friday Aftethoon,' August 29 1919 Richmond Daily Register 2 airrairc!;0.yiniflsf: . M. S4DFLR, Editor ui, Praprletar Fairiririi 6 MY MP TO KJ. Wednesday, Sept. 3, at 10 O'clock; 97 1-2 Acres for Mrs. Dora Wheeler 45.3 Acres. Adjoining The BEST LOCATION ever, 1 1 -2 miles east of Lancaster, Richmond pike.. You have been wanting a farrn close to Lancas-ter. Don't let this opportunity slip. Lancaster the best town of its size in Central Kentucky. The BEST graded school 3 banks, churches splendid residences, electric lights, water works, ice plant, etc., hospitable people. The new $75,000,000 tobacco warehouse will afford the BEST tobacco market in Kentucky. ' f The 97 1-2 acres will be divided and sold in 3 tracts; 2 tracts of 20 acres each, and tract with improvements of about 57 1 -2 acres. You may buy 1 or 2 or all 3. 5 room bungalow and hall, porches, beautiful yard to pike. 5 acre tobacco barn and stock barn, Cistern and all ne...

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. — 29 August 1919

4: The Richmond Daily Register .tidimonel, Madison County, Friday Afternoon, August 29. 1919 r 5 Hi o 3 T i Y How Pleasant Tne Cook When You Are Burning F.H. GORDON O Better. Coal Hone 28 ' Phone 224 SOCIAL and PERSONAL Kntertainef Her Bridge Club Mrs. Harry Hanger. Jr., entertained her Bridge Club very delightfully at! Arlington, Wednesday afternoon. After almost interesting game the, prize for the top score was won byi Miss Fife. A most delicious lunch jas served. The hostess was assisted fjbntertaining by Mrs. H. B. Hanger, Sr., and Miss Elizabeth Hanger. The guests included Mrs. Shelton Saufley, Mrs. E. C. Stockton, Mrs. Paul Bum-4 am, Mrs. S." J. McGaughey, Mrs. William Millard, Mrs. B. L. Middel ton, Mrs. E.W. Glass, Mrs. G. W. Tickels, Jr., Mrs. Warfield Bennett, Mrs. Taul Collins, MPs. B. J. Clay, and Misses Margaret Fairish, Emma! "Watts, Willie Kennedy and Mollie Fife. Delightful River Party and Picnic Mrs. Hampton of Winchester, was hostess to a delightful river party ?in...

Publication Title: Richmond Daily Register
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond daily register. — 29 August 1919

Hie Richmond Daily Registerfcchmond, Madison County, Friday Afternoon, August 29, 1919 o ' ... ; - How , Pleasant .-. Tne Cook When You Are Burning F. H. GORDON O Better.Coal Hone 28 v Phone 224 SOCIAL and PERSONAL Kntertainef Her Bridge Club Mrs. Harry Hanger, Jr., entertained her Bridge Club very delightfully at! Arlington, Wednesday afternoon. After almost interesting game the prize for the top score was won by Miss Fife. A most delicious lunch V"s served. The hostess was assisted fjbntertaining by Mrs. H. B. Hanger, f!r., and Miss Elizabeth Hanger. The guests included Mrs. Shelton Saufley. Mrs. E. C. Stockton, Mrs. Paul Burn-,) am, Mrs. S." J. McGaughey, Mrs. William Millard, Mrs. B. L. Middel ton, Mrs. E.W. Glass, Mrs. G. W. Tickels, Jr., Mrs. Warfield Bennett, Mrs. Taul Collins, Mi's. B. J. Clay, and Misses Margaret Parrish, Emma! Watts, Willie Kennedy and Mollie Fife. Delightful River Party and Picnic Mrs. Hampton of Winchester, was hostess to a delightful river party' nd pic...

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. — 29 August 1919

; .M STORK MADE NICE 0) GAIN IN MADISON The Daily Register, Richmond. Madison County. Friday Afternoon, August 29, f919 P Owing to ill health I will sell my farm situated on the Boonesboro'dirt road, on SEPTEMBER 10th, Beginning at 10 O'clock A. M. The farm is located 2 miles southeast of Foxtown. It contains 80 ACRES and in a high state of cultivation, has a good seven room house, good,' barn, smoke house tool house, good water, all kinds of fruit, a fine garden place and in a splendid neighborhood, close to school. At the same time I will sell: . ( 2 Percheron horses, 2-years-old ; 2 yearling steers, 1 year ling steer calf; 10 head of hogs; ! 50 hens; 1 Oliver, chilled plow ; 1 hillside plow ; 1 sorghum mill and box ; 1 hog box ; 1 . Bell cutting box; pair of fence stretchers; 1 corn sheller; 1 disc harrow; 3 double shovel plows; 1 pony plow; 1 Deering mowing machine ; 1 Brindly riding cultivator; 1 marker; 1 sled; 1 hay frame; four sets plow gear; 25 gallons' vinegar; 1 corn grin...

Publication Title: Richmond Daily Register
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond daily register. — 29 August 1919

The Richmond Daily Registerflichmond, Madison County, Friday Afternoon, August 29 , 1919 A MRS. ELIZABETH McFERRAN CROWE An Appreciation Elizabeth McFerran Crowe, daugh- . ter of J. M. and Ruth Brown McFer ran was born in Danville, Boyle coun ty, Kentucky in 1837, and died there, August 21, 1919, at the residence of her daughter Mrs. Charles G. Crookes. One of ten children, Elizabeth Mc Ferran grew to young : womanhood amid surroundings of refinement and Oiture. fane was s student attuart lllege, Shelbyville, then one of the leading schools for girls in the state, graduating there with distinction in 1858. - She was married to the Rev. Wm. Crowe of the Presbyterian church in 1860 and from that time her life was a beautiful ensample of wife and motherhood. Mrs. Crowe was pre-eminently a home maker. Interested in all the functions of her husband's church, a regular attendant upon its services, a member of its societies, she yet felt that her first duty lay in her home. She was a mistr...

Publication Title: Richmond Daily Register
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond daily register. — 29 August 1919

The Dail Register. Richmond. Madison County; Kv. Friclay Afternoon', August 29, J 91 9 y package THE FLAUOR LASTS SO DOES THE PRICE! , Applause greeted-'a sermon of the Rev. L. T. Stephenson, pastor 'of the High street Methodist church at Munice, Ind., when he declared that Sunday base ball is no . more sinful than Sunday pleasure riding in automobiles., The Best Physic When you Vant a pleasant physic try Chamberlain's Tablets. They are easy to take and mild and gentle, in effect. They are highly prised by peo ple who have become acquainted with their good qualities. They only cosa a quarter.' ' GROCERY BARGAINS FOR 30 DAYS Having sold out our interest in the grocery business we will of fer the following low prices which will hold good for the next 30 days : Lenox Soap, 10 for 50c Clean Easy Soap 10 for......65c Ivory Soap, 5 for '.'..40c P & G Soap 5 for 40c Arbuckle Coffee, 5 packages for $2.15 Best, Matches 12 packages for 65c 10c Baking Powder ...9c Sorghum per gallon $1.00 ...

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. — 30 August 1919

'v ' AM Eeojester, on Established 1865-53d Yeai-No. 230 Richmond, Madison County, i Kentucky, Saturday Afternoon, August 30, 1919 Single Copy 5 Cents I s t CO V 'if V it MADISON DEMOCRATS v . IIIIIP nriPniTrolslow and unchangea; hogs ouu; ,. NAME DELE6ATES!25c hhei -.tops $, .hcP w? steady and unchanged; lambs $14. t i Cincinnati Hogs 50c higher; Miss Laura Clay Goes On Dele- riiimo-n $1 rn'o-her: rattle o-ood: gation To State Convention Fields Speaks Madison county -democrats named delegates to the state platform con vention at a mass convention held at the court house at 2 o'clock Satur day afternoon. Among the promin , ent democrats named -to attend the state convention, is Miss Laura Clay who is the best known equal suffrage advocate in Kentucky. Miss Clay re cently withdrew from the Kentucky Equal. Rights Association, however. 1 as she favors the submission of equal .. suffrage amendment to the voters of each state, instead of forcing it upon states by federal amendment. . This...

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 August 1919

. ' the Richmond Daily RegistcrKichmond, Madison County. Saturday Afternoon, August 30, 1919. t FARM FOR SALE 1 66 acres in Garrard county, 3 1 -2 miles rom Lancaster ; twotory residence; 7 acre tobacco barn; neverfailing well; pondvand running water. $5,000 worth of, crops on this farm this year. . It will pay for itself m 3 or 4 years. Price $ 1 00 per acre D. A. THOMAS, REAL ESTATE LANCASTER, KENTUCKY i'.ii, 4 1 Q v VV Richmond aily Register . St. BA Entered at tne postofflce In B!cnioiid second claa nil matter under Act of Congress of 1876. Per year, bjr maU out of oltjr- Three months by mall out of city $1.00 la city, by carrier, per week 10c mn month by mall ance to all and paper will be stopped promptly when subscription baa expired. Gov. Black Goes To The Bat Gov. Black showed them all a thing or two when he took the bull by the horns this week, and neatly lopped off Eli . Brown's quarter interest in the -Bingham inheritance suit tees. A lot oi people had been saying ..that ...

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. — 30 August 1919

w - , '; ..V. ' " Hie Richmond Daily Registerffichmond, Madison County, & lurday Afternoon,-August 30, 1 9 f 9 How Pleasant 0 The Cook ' When You Are Burning F, H. GORDON Better Coal Phone 28 Phone 224 SOCIAL and PERSONAL Q Entertains For Visitors Miss Anna Lee Hisle entertained with a very enjoyable picnic party Thursday afternoon in honor of Miss es Edith and Elizabeth Rogers, of Independence, Mo, the guests of their grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Willis Hisle. Other included in the invita tion were: JMiss - Elizabeth Bryd Stewart, of Nashville, Miss Eva Penn I,owery, of Virginia, Misses Norma, Elizabeth and Margaret Hume Mob' erly. The hours were delightfully gpent playing games and a most at- tractive picnic lunch was spread for the guests. : ' 1 " Delightful Motor Trip ' . - Senator and Mrs. Camden, of Ver : sailles, entertained a number of friends with a most enjoyable motor party to Shakertown, with dinner at the Inn Saturday evening. Their guests included Dr. and Mrs. S. 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. — 30 August 1919

i The Daflv Register, Richmond, Madison County, Ky. Saturday Afternoon, August 30, 1919 t V IN CAR LOAD LOTS $6 and $6.25 per 2,000 Lbs Best 4 inch block coal on the market delivered in car load lots in Richmond, Kentucky, during August to November, 1919. WILL SELL YOU FROM ONE TO ONE HUNDRED TONS, WEIGHED OVER CITY'S SCALES Thirty car loads of this coal have been distributed over Madison county this summer ask the purchasers about it.; Better get your winter's supply now and be sure. Delay means advance in price. We can deliver tlic goods if anybody can. WE ALSO HANDLE COMMERCIAL Fertilizer In Carload Lots Cheap UNION SUPPLY CO Incorporated Green Clay, Agent Phones 51 and 319 BASE BALL AVERAGES ' : ,v... .V ,-, ; DR. J. B. MILLION PHYSICIAN A.WD STJRGEOIf Mre Uaatalra arer Bal Ins Eat nf Alhambra Theatre, ultiln Street DR. HARRY M. BLANTON ; oentiat J rhoaea Offlre 106 heme 283k OfBce lloara II 10 12 1 ItSO te 4 JEWELRY SO Oral) oa the Dollar mmrrA by Bay. las Jewelry front JOB ROS...

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