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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond daily register. — 1 September 1919

HE&flSTEitt. lis 11 O 1 ,-r id Established fe 53d Yeai KNUXVILLE IS : QUIET ONCE MORE I Mil ... After Two Days of Serious Race Rioting Following Killing cf 7. - a White Woman - (By Associated Press) Knoxville, Tenn.j Sept. 1. Quiet prevailed throughout, the city this morning after the race rioting Satur day, night and Sunday. The city was tentatively under material law last right with miitary patrols in the busi ness section and in the territory where the negro population is . greatest. Despite the fact that today is a holi day, the expected crowds had not ap peared on the streets during the morning. Here and there men appear ed in groups but not permitted to gather in great numbers. All negroes who appeared were publicly searched for arms, unless they had permits certifying to their errands or per sonality. One white man and - two negroes were wounded Sunday in rioting which resulted in the killing of seven per sons, including two National Guards men and the wounding of more 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. — 1 September 1919

The Richmond Daily Register Richmond, Macron County, Monday Afternoon, September 1,1919: t V 1 Richmoi: Ixly Register .- . M. WAUKI.R., iSdttsr ud JPrrietM i:t.ivi-) at tn'e poatofttce la Richmond t ..wiuj ui& mall matter under Act of Congreaa of 1876. PubserfpttM lUtca. rr jrear, d mail out or cur- Six months br mall out of citv.tl.tt Three montha bjr mall out of city $1.00 In city, bj carrier, per wklc One month by " ButMorlptloM are atiiotlr oaah-ln-ad-Taaoa to all and paper will be stopped promptly when subscription ha ex plred. Monkeying; With Uncle Sam Internal Revenue Collector El wood Hamilton is taking steps to collect $119,000 in taxes from the -Wiedemann Brewing" Company, on the ground that some of its itoft drinks contained a trifle more than one-half of one per cent alcohol. It is said that the government has a right to seize the defendant's big plant at New port, unless the. penalty is paid. Defective machinery "is given as the cause for just a little too much "kic...

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 September 1919

Thi Dzly fctar, fdcKcc r,!i:: i Cc-aty, Monday Afternoon, September I , 1 9 1 9 OPERA HOUSE, TVTOn SEPTEMBER lot and 2nd THE ALL AMERICAN MUSICAL TABLOID SHOW LATEST SONGS, MUSIC - AND DANCING PRETTY GIRLS TUNEFUt' MUSIC CLASSY DANCING IO-PEOPLE10 V ALHAMBRA WILL BE OPEN MATINEE and NIGHT, MONDAY AND TUESDAY, SEPT. 1&2 -special v . uouniao rairpamio m "uniCKorpocucr BucKoroo" TUESDAY BRYANT WASHBURN in "A VERY SOOD YOUNG MAN." ' ; J - ' 1- t ' HIS LATEST S500.000.00 PRODUCTION Perils of Thunder Mountain and Lloyd Comedy Also. A SENNETT COMEDY AND 'WEEKLY ALSO How Pleasant -The Cook When You Are Burning F. H. GORDON Better Coal. Phone 28 Phone 224 O SOCIAL and PERSONAL Entertains For Guests Miss Elizabeth Turley and Mr, Spears Turlcy entertained with a most enjoyable river party and afterwards a dance at Boonesboro Beach - Friday afternoon and evening in compliment eto Miss Turley's house guests, Miss Lela Kreger, of Cincinnati, Miss Mar garet Gregg, Lima, O. Wendall's Trio of Le...

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. — 1 September 1919

;:. ., ,,, . . . - ... .; ,. ; ... .. , . Hig Dally Register, Richmond, Madisotf County, Monday Af ternounV ocpcember 1.1919 j i t i : u 1 i ' . JT' '7 ". i: PLACE FOR .NATIONAL MEET i f i . n lSf WE HAVE PURCHASED vjjJ ffcrf $40,000 worth of Certifieateapf Wl5 ! IrZZ&f v Indebtedness of the U. S. Govern- 1 IBZ-iJI ment bearing 4 1-2 per cent inter- Uil If """If . i j . ... ir iooa 91 It-xr-Ji csi ana aue January iu. 114911 . If any of our; customers and Iff"' 1 1 Cw friends desire this investment, we -HCiili irll will be' triad to furnish them at .; IIW1I mmmr a m aav m i pt par and accured interest. . . : ' .v ""ll i NATIONAL BANK Mtf i WAS NATIVE OF MADISON Mrs. Yancey " MerTrllt Dies In Clark Af terNUoni Illness ' Many friends in this couiu regret to learn of the '. death at herhome . in -Qark of "Mrs. Yancey Merrftt. who before her marriage was Miss Margarite Willoughby of Madison ico-mty. She died at her home 'neas Klkin Besides her husband she is survived by two daughters...

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. — 1 September 1919

Hie Richmond Daily Register, Richmond, Madison County Alonday Afternoon, September 1,1919 Reasonable Prices Prevail At keys .... Manufacturers' prices are advancing steadi ly because of a tremendous demand and the ff scarcity of skilled labor, and raw materials, .but the Muncy arrangements, made months ago, will enable us to continue the selling of 1 -good Furniture, at prices considerably less than present conditions warrant. Gome in ' and get our prices, compare them with others, and you will give us the order. ' .- ''-;. Muncy Bros. We furnish the Home Neatly, Sweetly and Completely See Our Display of Touring Cars and Trucks at the' Kentucky State Fair llaynes and Columbia Cars Union and Wolverine Trucks KEAN-MYERS MOTOR SALES CO. 'Incorporated DISTRIBUTORS 506 E. Broadway LOUISVILLE, KY. farm mxgmm FARM JNQ.l --ituatedi on the Richmond " and Lancaster turnpike, and contains 247 acres. Is; a gently rolling farm, very, fertile soil. Has dandy; 10 room duelling, stock barn, two ten...

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. — 1 September 1919

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 the goods if anybody can. f ! WE ALSO HANDLE COMMERCIAL Fertilizer In Carload Lots Cheap FARMS AROUND PAINT LICK SELLING HIGH . VV. D. Rogers, the"'." hustling real estate dealer of the 1 Paint Lick section sold his 'farm of 8' acres' in the Paint Lick section of Madison last week.. The; price paid was $125. Mr. Rogers has previously sold a portion . of the same place. Mr.-, Rogers bought from Moores 13ros.; a . farm oJ 162 acres in the Wallaceton sec tion for $16,000 and sold it to Taulhee CornettV of , Garrard county, for $19,000. From Luther ...

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. — 2 September 1919

,V i," '-W- i'M It-T ,j id Kit jGISTEBL Established 1865 53d Yeai No. 232 Richmond, Madison County, Kentucky Tuesday Afternoon, September 2, 1919 Single Copy 5 Cents i. o MDC P.UY'UARM I IflllUi ULft iv i nimi . BRINGS OVER $200 . : . L. P. Evans Conducts Another Successful Sale of Fine Madi son Blue Grass Land Real Estate Agent L. P. Evans, t " ; of Richmond, scored another fine success when he sold tne Dig iarm of Mrs. Mary Harris Clay, of Paris, at auction Tuesday morn-. . ing, at an average of over $200 an V acre. There was a big crowed at ' the sale, with buyers from half a dozen counties. The farm sold in three tracts, 573 acres being in- ' eluded in the whole sale. Prominent real estate men from all sections were on hand for this big sale. AH are of the opinion that land is still on the upgrade, with no probability of a lowering in the market within sight. Mrs. Clay's farm was located six miles south of Richmond at - Harris Flat on the L. & N. rail road, and on the Menalu...

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. — 2 September 1919

The Richmond Daily Register Richmond, Madison County, Tuesday Afternoon, September 2, 1919 W -J ' -1 . ' m 14 II IV . V H IV.-2 m ,T . , i r ... . : Constipation Results When Hot WeatAei Stops Exercise WHEN the system ha become accustomed to a certain daily routine of exercise and food, health is quick to .suffer if that rout ine is interfered with. . The bowels are first to notice the change. Different water it enough to consti pate. Qianget of food when traveling, much ntting by those accustomed to long walkt will do it It is especially true that when elderly people change their routine they quickly become constipated. Yet elderly people thould be particularly careful to keep their bowels open, especi- ally during the hot month. ' A better remedy for the purpose can not b found on a druggist's shelf than . Dr. Caldwell s Syrup Pepsin. It it a Dr.Caldweljjs C5?e Perfect combination of simple laxative herbs with pepsin which train the stomach muscles to do their work, naturally so ....

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. — 2 September 1919

The Richmond Dually Register Richmond, Madison County ' Tuesday Afternoon, September 2, PEARSON-fflVES OPEtt LETTER TO PUBLIC 3 "ni -.1. 1 i , : IK 5 s J' J OF ILaeol .1 !.., Stock on; Tuesday, Sept. 9th 10 O'clock A. M., Rain or Shine " ' The undersigned will sell to the highest and best bidder the following: ( The farm contains 2 More by deed, and is situated on the Booneseboro pike, four miles south of Boohesboro and ten miles north of Rich mond. Has a good two story frame house with eight rooms, two halls, two porches, and one veranda. This is good land and 10 acres is now in corn, 7 acres in to-, bacco, 1 0 acres m clover and a good set of young clover. A good tobacco barn, stock barn, and other outbuildings. A good cistern and daily mail is received. WILL ALSO SELL THE FOLLOWING STOCK 4 brood mares, 2 horse mules, 3 years-old; 1 year ing mule; 3 young horses; 3 good milch cows; 2 year- ing neirers; I two-year-oia sieer; i muie. Terms made known on day of sale. t G. C Gla John ...

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. — 2 September 1919

The Richmond Dnilv Reeisterttichmond. Madison" County. "Tuesday Afternoon, September 2, 1919 - ON SALE New Records There' a treat; in store for music lovers in the new offerings by famous and exclusive Victor artists Those who are looking for good popular songs and catchy dance music, will find a choice selection of the latest hits in the following new program ; . " ".' In Meniorlum The Chimes of Snn Klusto Enrico Curuao 88612 For Vou n Homo Emlllo do (iogorxa 64816 I. a TrnvlntiM The One of Whom 1 Dreumed (Snlll-Curcl 7451)5 12 TiirkUh March lleethovrn) violin Unril Thiu-M, Come Again No More..:. Louise Homer llcnutlful Ohio AVu Its violin ., ......Krltn Krclsler The First llow of Summer John McCorniack Srhcht-rimlr Festival of nnKdud Phil. Orchcs. Sun of My Soul ........... .Ernestine Sehumnnn-Helnk . Smllln' Through ..Helnald AVerrenrnth Think, l.ove, of Me '. Itelnnld Werrenrnth Chinese l.ulluby . Olive Kline llnby Jim i Elsie linker Peter tJInk One-Step . Six llrown Ilrothers -...

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. — 2 September 1919

i The Daily Register, Richmond. Madison County, Tuesday Afternoon, September 2, 1919 "VICTIMS o RESCUED t' f " ; ' v Kidney, liver, bladder and uric acid troubles are most dangerous be cause of their insidious attacks. Heed the first warning they give that they need attention by taking O COLD MEDAL Tb world's standard remedy for these dfcorders, will often ward off these dls eaMB and strengthen the body against fffrtber attacks. Three sizes, all druggists. Leah far the nam Gold Madal oa aT.rjr boa ad acc.pt do imitation 4 y SOCIAL and PERSONAL n r Harding-Hughes Announcement is made at Dan ville by Mr. and . Mrs. Robert Harding, of the engagement of their daughter, Margaret Robin son Harding to Mr. James Taylor Hughes, only son of Judge and Mrs. John Hughes, of Danville. News of the engagement will be read with much interest here where both the young couple are well known and have many ,. fnVnds. The wedding will take r j at the home of the parents olVne bride on the evening of Octo...

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. — 2 September 1919

. vt- Hie Richmond Daily Register, Richmond, Madison County Tuesday Afternoon September 2, y.nU'- j. ! - 6S t:m& f&R QfflSSIBffltfft KL2Z FiBh Values. By fronting fish nil with hydrogen a chemist has produced an nil suit able for food purposes and a solid substance closely resembling lard, which Is tasteless . We're Willing; if the Voter Are. For n mnn who wants to live to good old age the best profession to pick is that of president of the United States. Their average life is seventy years. Columbia State. WIND STORMS CYCLONES AND TORNADOES The season for these destrucsn uodn mou si sjuaSs 3ai Chimneys, roofs and entire buildings can easily be destroyed ' in a few minutes. The cost of my windstorm policy js sb very "' reasonable you cannot afford to go uninsufed. Better protect yourself at once by taking out a policy in one of my large com panies. Let me make you feel safe and probably save you a v big loss. X W. CROOKE Aget for a dozen of the largest insurance companies 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. — 2 September 1919

IKc Pjdly kisr. Richincsd. Llicn County. Tuesday Afternoon, September 2, 1919 - - " 1 t . " . . .. J, 4 -.' r. 1 1 v - '-I V- J 1 'A Si ft .4 Hardening (ARTERIO-SCLKROSS) Physicians have found a most effective and satis factory remedial agent in r, "Tht Waterway to Health"' . The American Medicinal Min eral Water bottled at the ... without any condensing oViortifying whatever. 64 Doses $1.00 Dose: Tablespoonful in Clais of Water Prescribed also by phy sicians for indigestion, constipation, rheumatic affections, high blood pressure and skin affec tions. Money back if not satisfied. Obtained through physician'! pres. ; cnptinn or direct at your drunriats'. Free booklet on request. The Devoniin Mineral Spring Co. (Incorporated) Owensboro. Kjr.v DYE WORK x NEATLY DONE) by BELLE BRECK Oirst Street Phone ,349 -work solicited and I ; guarantee satisfaction. My work neither rubs nor stains ! We want to buy your your Wheat and will pay the market price. We are' ready to take care of your wan...

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. — 2 September 1919

IN CAR LOAD LOTS $6 and $6.25 per 2,000 Lbs Best 4 inch block coal on the market delivered iri car load lots in Richmond, Kentucky, during August to November, 1919. . WILL SELL YQU 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 the goods if anybody can. - - WE ALSO HANDLE COMMERCIAL Fertilizer In CarlQatl Lots Cheap UNION SUPPLY CO. Incorporated Green Clay, Agent Phones 51 and 319 FOR SALE Oldham county farm, 212 acres, bluegrass, corn, tobacco land all limestone ; 3 1-2 miles from county seat. 7 room house, well, cistern, outbuildings; 3 room tenant housetwo stock barns, two tobacco barns, good fencing. Four unfailing springs, 50 acres in cultivation, balance in meadow and bluegrass. Can be divided in two farms. 1 1-2 miles of good school. Price $150 per acre if take...

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. — 3 September 1919

Ill n Pv a n ti He $ - Year No. 233 Richniond, Madison County, Kentucky, Wednesday Afternoon, September 3, 1919 Single Copy 5 Cents ft Lr;: RETAIL STORES TO SELL ARMY GOODS Will Be Opened By Government 'Sept. 25 In Effort To Reduce High Living Costs. , The Daily Register has received from the office of Quartermaster at the Army depot at Jeffersonville, Ind., a statement relative to the establish Ijf,. ment of retail stores for-the (sale of V army supplies. These stores will be n ' opened about Sept. 25th, for the sale or gooas, in we campaign to reauce the high cost of living. ( Reports to the Department of Justice show that since tne rresiaeni launched his campaign against the hoarder, yid profiteer the cost of liv ing in many communities has fallen perceptibly. I ' L monS we article3 to be offered for I fVyVa'le in the retail stores will be socks, W inderwear, shirts, raincoats, blankets, modities. A statement by the ' de partment reads: . The prmary object of these stores is to p...

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. — 3 September 1919

A ' ' . l . -.1 V The Richmond Daily Register Richmond. Madison County, Wednesday Afternoon, September 3, 1919 : m'S 3 U A N D WeSellthe Earth M mm a o iv Now in position to locate you at DANVILLE, KENTUCKY, the garden spot of the world. Where Land, Stock, Crops, Health and Knowledge is the magnetic point . of the universe. 7 Where Bluegrass grows the tallest. Soil the'deepest. People live the longest Stock the finest. , Schools the grandest , And on mm- I c 111 III JIM We Sell the Earth Tuesday, September 16 and Wedraesiay, September 17 10 O'CLOCK TWO DAYS we offer you absolutely at your own price the most desirable SUBURBAN PROPERTY ever offered adjoining this thriving little CITY with a national reputation. 350 Aes; iiiB GaMees, Small Farms, Larger Farms---any size yoia want Improved and Unimproved DANVILLE is the "growin'est" town in Kentucky. Not only Boyle county but surrounding counties are tributary to Danville. The Home of Center College and kentuckv Colleffe for Women. Gra...

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. — 3 September 1919

. -,'f. The Daily Register, Richmond, MafeCounty, ; Wednesday Afternoon, September 3, 1919 L1RS. SANFORD'S MESSAGE TO WORKING WOMEN Laurel, Miss. "Eight years ago I was Buffering with pains and weakness .caused oy a lemaie I trouble. I bad bead- aches, chills and fe vers, and was unable to do nty work part of the time. Lydia E. Pinkham's Vege table Compound was recommended to me and I took twelve bottles of it, and my health has been good ever since. I am able to run the ma chine and do dress making besides my housework. You are at liberty to publish my letter if it will help some poor suffering woman." Mrs. J. C. Sanfobd, 1237 Second Ave., Laurel, Miss. ' Thousands of women drag along from day to day in just such a miserable con dition as was Mrs. Sanford, or suffering from displacements, irregularities, in flammation, ulceration, backache, sido acbe, headache, nervousness, or "the blues." Such women should profit by Mrs. j i :u 1 T ll- P T:1. relief from their sufferings as she di...

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. — 3 September 1919

"!.' v Hie Dafly Register, Richmond, Madison County, Ky. ju ; Wednesday Afternoon, September 3,1919 V V FROM SKIN DISEASE Itching and Burning Eruptions Torture Victim. If your skin seems ablaze with the fiery turning and itching of Eczema, real and lasting relief can only come from treatment that goes : below the surface that reaches down to the very source of the trouble. Skin-diseases come from a disordered condition of the blood, and search far and near. you' cannot find a blood remedy that approaches S. S. S. for real efficiency. S. S. S. has been . on ', the market for fifty years during ., which time it has been giving uni form satisfaction for all manner of . blood disorders. If you want prompt and lasting relief, you can rely upon S. S. S, For expert ad vice as to the treatment of your own individual casewrite to-day to Chief Medical Adviser, Swift Specific Co., Dept. 44, Atlanta, Ga. IN CAR LOAD LOTS $6 and $6.25 per 2,000 Lbs Best 4 inch block coal on the market delivered ...

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. — 4 September 1919

- ..j.-,.---, ;..(' fjt.- i?w:;rp iMvmi v i: : msm GEBTE V '-:.7-i Established 1865 53d Year-Na 234 Richmond, Madison County,' Thursday Afternoon' September 4, 1919 Single1 Copy 5 Cents , . .', . . .... ' .. , 1 9 MADISON MAN NAMED ON COMMITTEE Judge Shackelford Unanfanoualy . Chosen To Represent District on Resolutions Committee , .(By Associated Press) Louisville, ,y., Sept;- 4 Judge W. R. Shackelford, .of Richmond, will represent the ""Eighth Con gressional district on the resolu k tions committee which will1 write th party 3 platform, at the -demo cratic state ' platform convention in session here today. Tudee Shackelford was select ed by unanimous vote at the 8th district convention, which met at 10 o'clock this morning.. Charles F. Montgomery, of Casey county, was chairman of the district con vention; Jay Harlan, . ot tioyic vice -chairman, and Stites Milton Mercer, secretary. Judge Ralph Gilbert, of Shelbyville was placed on the organization committee for the Eighth, and Fran...

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 September 1919

The Richmond Daily Register Richmond, Madison County Thursday Afternoon September 4, '1919 ON SALE TODAY New Records for September ' There' a treat in store for music lovers in the new offerings by famous and exclusive Victor artists. Those who are looking f riT anil ontrliv Aanrf miia! unll fino a choice selection of the latest hits in the following new program S7:to 64817 64818 74.10.1 $7302 45106 45107 10 1 18.162 Number lit Memorlnm Sophtu nrnsluil ' 74505 The Chime of Snn Glusto Enrico Caruso 88012 For You n None Kmlllo lie Gogorza 04816 I.n TruvlntuiTlic One of Whom I Dreamed Gnlll-Curvi 74305 Turklxli Miirfh i lleellioven) violin Juschs Helfeta 04770, TlnrJ TliiioM. 'ue AjS"ll Jfo More.... Louise Homer ll.-umll'iit Ohlu Wultr. violin ....Frits Krelsler The Klrst llo'se of Summer John McCprmnck ticli.-lieruisde Festival of HhriIii.1 ll'hll. Orches. , Sun of l y foul Ernestine Scbuuiann-Helnk Smllln' Through .nelnuld Werrcnrnth Think, l.ove. of Me. .'. Relnuld. Werrenrnth Chine...

Publication Title: Richmond Daily Register
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
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