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o -c WE Richmond Daily Register f S. 31. SAUFLEY, Editor and Proprietor ARE HAVING A RUN ON Norihero Wiiite o o Q O O o 9 $ v $ 0 $ o o o D O O o ooooeee Q Q a ft IB seed .::Uats - s 1 - J. ' Q GET OUR PRICE La lis EJii&ilyEs & Q Entered at the .postofflce ia ,BlchT mond as second class mail . matter under Act of Congress of 1875. Subscription Rate Per year by mail J3.00 ei-v mnntVis. bv mail . : $2.00 Three months, by mail : $1.00 One month by man ouc, In city by carrferv per week.-..,..10c Subscriptions are strictly cash-ln-adi vance to all and paper- wil be stopped promptly When subscription has ex pired. . ' ' : - ' ' Political Announcements The-'Daily Register is authorized to announce the following: candidates for office subject to the action of the Dem ocratic party: For COnffrfrM ' KALrH GIRBERT, of Shelby County; What causes. priD(lifeI' 5 3 1 PHONE 85 MOYNAHAN' &; HIGGINS COSTKACTOifS sjl'T i"OPrE WOR- CXCAVATIXfl - fasierte work m nil Its brunches. ," Wt MgK onr stone iroin tiie- t;v..-: ' sMvua Marble Creek n;:irry In Jes ; M4ihi eonnty None 1:01(02-. S.ct i t mm Aarnre with you 011 iajins your ' Cellar and Foun'.tJons. Tiii sum ..ICliMOM). KT. . PAPER SHORTAGE , When the paper shortage; causes the newspapers to suspend publication, what are we going to do , - About igniting the furnace? For something to line the shelves in the jam closet? . v For another excuse at breakfast, when one is too grouchy to converse with the wife? In the summer for a fly swatter? About a substitute wrapper for lit tle Jonny's lunch? , For a screen to conceal oneself be hind, when lady enters crowded street car and rather pointedly stand a in frcnt of the seat one is occupying? About something to put under father's feet, when; he will insist on taking those afternoon .naps on the best bedspread? . ' For something to read? (LJfe. An excess of acid in the stom ach sours the food and starts fermentation- Distressing gases form. Your. meals don't digest but lay like lumps of lead. Then you have heartburn, - flatulence, fullness, belching, headache, and real misery, in the stomach and intestines.' A few tablets of 'Tape's Dia- pepsm bring retiet almost as soon as they reach the stomach. Pape s Diapensin costs little at drusr stores. It Y VOLCANO IN "VICTORY Everything comes to him who waits, including the- Cincinnati Reds IIIWWM II WMMBPHWIP III II 1 II 0 1 Our Copies Basic Phosphate Contains 45 Per Cent Lime And 18 Per Cent Phosphoric Acid Deeded by every foot or cultivated land in Madison coun ty. Will not hardest, disintegrate or lose t3rength. Has no bad odor. Will keep indefinitely. j lilt willilay 230cr:cet interest on your com and oatsM.1 ,;;:r- . i Hi ' '!::.r: ; J pjj5?iy 5l:3 per cjsiit interest on your tobacco ; j fcar lm IolMat$26.50ertob We have on hzrA any quantity .you may need daring the iMton, at retail prices, and will deliver at cost of hauling. 10 cents rebate cri bags retur ned v 1 high- Phonl 51 ' 0 H q T InCOrprated GREEN CLAY, Agent u Supply;1 Go. Richmond, Ky. and the patient .motion picture pro ducer. In filming Joseph Covad's lamous novel. Victory, Maurice Toumeur needed a volcano in action in order to follow the story faithfully and at the same time acquire an. ef fect that would startle even the jaded screen fan. So he transported his company oi players to the toot ol a volcano in Lower California camped there, and waited for signs of life. Now, this particular crater has been active for years, but at Mr. Tourneur's presence it became temperamental and was meek as a lamb for weeks. The director -began to dispaii when suddenly in the dead of night a white faced actor rushed to him and gasp ed that "the volcano is blowing lff." Mr.. Tourneur dashed out to ftftd the sky a red glare and a molten Stream of lava tumbling down the volcano's side. Fearing for the lives of his as sociates, he roused them and hurried them off to a safe distance, then "shot" some episodes for the picture against what is claimed to be one of the most spectacular movie back grounds ever seen. "Victory" will be the attraction at the local theatres Vetlnesday. UNION Clt f HIGH SHOOL NWS The grade-department of the Union City High School closed Friday'' Feb. 27th after a year of good work. Mrs. Williams arid Miss Dunbar are hold ing a? subscriptioa term. ;' The Traveling Library sent from Frankfort was" received last week to be with us for six months. Our friends and rteighbrctr aire invited to come around and 'make; a pick". It contains many books taatwill interest older folks as well as th$ young ones. Nevil. -.Parke, of the Sophomore class has been absent' the past two weeks on account of sickness. Mrs. Jef Havtf you any questions to ask about: today's lesson ? Tcmhiye YeiSi where is. it? Morris Cqx; our janitor, is serious ly ill at his home. , The doctors hav not fully docided what is the matter with .hira. We hope him to be better and well soon. . The Wilsonian Literary Society de livered a patriotic program on Fri clay afternoon at 3. o'clock. - Such patriotic songs as "America"', "Col umbia," "Star Spangled Banner" and 'La Marseillaise" were sung. The election of officers and parliamentary drill will be; heldnext meeting day. One rainy day last week Jerry and Jesse were in the hall discussing the falls which they had had. "I had pretty bad fall once," said Jerry.. "when I fell out the window. On the way down I. thought of every mean act I had ever done." "Gracious," said Jesse, "you must have fallen some dis tance." TANGERINE'!- FOR ; ' FALLING HAIR For a Few Cents You Can Save Ycur Hair and Double It3 Beauty ' J lwMnnaiit- f T-fc--"-T-"t"t---t"-t"f --"-----tji iiti-iiii"irfr--t--t--f ,m, mm, gai muw igMmycaa. n.jwu imp mob w HIGHEST PRICE GETS THE CREAM We will pay yen as high as the highest price in Richmond ycur CREAM all the time and higher. when the market will stand it and will give f you henesi weight and test all the time. WefwnTslsb pay you the top of the market for your POULTRY AMD EGGS ALL THE TIME ! rWelcome to pur Creamery Follow the Biue Cans with the Yellow Tops Across street from Zar ing's Mill. mum Swift's Produce Review Deliveries of cream this week have been light, but shipments of foreign butter continue to arrive at eastern seaboard points and markets. are, quoted lower. The poultry movement is about normal. Selling prices on dressed poultry in the large consuming centers are reported on a slightly lower basis,. While stocks of froz en poultry are lighter than a year ago the movement from storage is not as heavy. Receipts of eggs are increasing and lower prices have prevailed on the larger markets. As the supply becomes larger the market price will gradually decline; until a storage basis is reached. March 5, 1920. PIANOS, player ptanos, Columbia grafonolaK, Aeolian Vocal ion, records, player rolls. musical instruments, sheet music. The K. C. Christian Co. Everytnmsr pertaining to music. Moving, tuning-, repairing and re finishing pianos a specialty. 206-207 E. Mai a. Lexiiton. Ky. tu th tf NOTATION Owned and Operated by Armour & Company .. RICHMOND, KENTUCKY Under New Management And Scsr Stozaach Caused TMa Lady Much Suffering. Blacli DraugLi Relieved. Meadoriirllle, Ky. Mra. 'Poarl Pat tick, of this place, writes; "I waa very constipated. I tad soar stomach and was so urvcomforlable. I went to tho doctor. He gave me some pllla. They weakened me and B6emed to tear up my digestion. They would tripe me and afterwards It seemed I was more constipated than before. I fce&rd of Black-Draught and do ddo4 to try It I found It Just what 1 seeded. It wa3 an easy laxative, and ot bad to swallow. My digestion eoos Improved. I got well of the sour stom ach, my bowels soon seemed normal, no more griping, and I would take a dose now and then, and wan In good hape. I cannot say too much for Black. Draught for it is the finest laxative ne can use." . . Thedford's Elack-Draught has tor many years been found of great value In the treatment of stomach, liver an4 bowel troubles. Easy to take, gentle and reliable In Its action, leaving no bad after-effects, tc has wca the praise f thousaiidfl of wopla who have tueq It NOlSf WANT TO BE A REAL "LADY KILLER?" The husband who has forgotten how to bestow on his wife all those little -attentions so dear to the heart of the feminine kind, or who if desirous of adding1 new ones to his repertorie, will gain . something of interesting in watching the depiction of the wiles of a real "ladies' man in "Blind Husbands," a photoplay coming to the local theatre Thursday inc btroheim is the ladies man If any service that can possibly be performed to ingratiate a man with the ladies is overlooked by this chap it is mighty hard to discover what it could be. The mastery of masculine man nerisms .which attract the feminine fancy is one of the humorous f ea tures of "Blind Husbands," Eric Stroheim's new photodrama, and the part of the love pirate is amusingly taken by Stroheim himself. Eric Stroheim is remembered the brutal Hun army officer in "The Heart of Huhmanity".; He is seen in "Blind Husbands." as an invalide Austrian lieutenant who is attempt ing to vicmize the wife of a famou American surgeon, ' Dr. Armstrong, played by Sam DeGrasse, while they ai-e air visiting an-Alpine mountain resort. Playing opposite Stroheim ' in the role of Mrs. Armstrong, in Fran eel ia Billington known as one of the most beautiful actress in picture. Are You a.Woman-Hater? If you must be a woman-hater and a marriage slacker, you'd bet ter make up your mind to be a hard-boiled egg as far as your sympathies are concerned, else Kid Cupid will snag you and put the Hymeneal shackles on you for life. Young Van Courtlandt tried to fly from matrimony, but he stopped to shed a tear over an es caped convict and " exchanged clothes with the jail bird, and that's where his, foot slipped When the girl found him in her bed room she thought he was a convict. Forced into an engage ment with a girl he had never seen before, compelled to mas- BEAR OIL for HAIR AN INDIAN'S SECRET One of the potent Ingredients of Kotelk for the hair is genuine tear . oil. There u other active Increments Dot found In any other hair prepara- j tlan. Kotalko ha succeeded in man; ' cases of Baldness, falling hair -and dandruff when every other hair lotion or treat ment has proved futile. $300 Guarantee. Amaz ing results in cases considered hopeless. You never saw a bald Indian! Why become or remain, told, if you can erow nalrt if others have obtained a new growth or havo conounred dandruff, or stopped falling hair throur i Kotalko, way trisy not yout . (iet a box of I LKQ at any buty drug stcre: or ;:nd 16 cer.ti (iPver or stamps, lor JBROCHUBHi with I'Ert . hox of Kotalko to J.r Vhtaia be Station F, New York, N.Y. Madison trus Co. B. L. Middelton, Stockton & Son H. I Perry. a A tamiiniii To stop fallinsr hair at once and rid the scalp of every particle of dandruff, ret a small bottle of Danderine" at any drug or toilet counter for a few cents, nour a little in your hand and rub-it into the scalp. After several applica tions the hair usually stops conn ing out and you can't find any dandruff. Soon everv hair on your scalp shows new life vigor, brightness, thickness and more color. It querade in another man's name; almost arrested jls a stool pigeon Van finally found himself , mixed up in a den of thieves during, a raid by the police. But he fought his way out and rescued the girl, and was cured of his fugitivencs.'s. How it all happened is shown 'in "A Fugitive from Matrimony," at the local theatres Tuesday. ft ;'i'J',lJ v - - - - r w '-' 1 ' a i' t';:-i ' r . " 'If -'f During tjiq.run of pur. , j' Big March Sale 0 i-.'ht---;-! We will; give a ay FKEE'abutiful set pf Alummum 1 -, r warewitn eacr every Sold during the sale Remember you are getting i the stoves at a discount besides gelling the.1 I . , ' ..... . . ' I Aluminum Ware FREE of clu I large LETTERS FROM READERS TELE- TELEPHONE BILLS AND PHONE SERVICE You will notice that your telephone bill for January 1920 demanded pay ment for a full month's service. You will notice that your telephone bill for February 1920 demanded payment for a full month's .service. If you raised objection a deduction was made, fr, the three weeks in January and. Feb ruary during, which time th.e-,ntire county tolophone system .was.. jn- operative. . .t ,'.:.,( Those who paid ; without protest helped the telephone company (defray its loss by reason oflMthe -disastrous sleet that put the lines out jof .com-, mission in January. , It was a lonaT tion, not one that was was . solicited but one that was demanded, and it worked in the majority of cases. ( These men who made out the bills for January and February , were thoroughly conversant with conditions in Madison county. They were ell aware they, had no moral, right to, charge for something they did not.de-, liver and they reckoned .shrewdly that many subscribers would donate with out protest. They are so much ahead. ot the expense of the public. ' No twist of the imagination can ex cuse this action by a comparsion with temporary breakdowns on individual linos, in which cases it would be im practical to make -deductions for loss of service for a few hours at a time. During these three weeks mentioned the entire telephone system was out of commission. The public had no service and yet i t was forced by duress to pay losses sustained by the telephone company. Pretty sooh these same men, work ing behind the alias of The Cumber land Telephone and Telegraph Com pany, wiil again ask concessions un der their franchise from. the Fiscal Court of Madison county. SUBSCRIBER . A POOR cupof coffee often up sets the happiness of a whole day. On the othr hand, a steaming, fragrant, rich, aromatic -cup of coffee starts things out just right There's a lot of cheer in a cup of Rookwood coffee-, D. B. KcKin ne y& Company. 51 6 To afford better fire protection, edjwo chemical engines to b" '.- the Bcattyville council has order-livered within two ' veeks- lake Every " '1 s s s s s a S'S" ai.i a : s s a s i n s a a The same labor, same machinery, same land" with good. Quality, ,depqidable,llriep feriili zer wiltgive-resuws.V tU i il ,Vxj. ,w ' ARMOURS HIGH GRADE ACID, PH0PtfAT& Lg m , " lceM-16irceiit AVAlA8LEI M ! 1 has been tried and not found wanting, i our r oats cropill e! greajly' iiicreadd and a gras stand insuVejd by using High Grade Acid ' PhbsDhatij .1 '; t C r '4 t-O J'A t r FARMERS CLUB PRICES -iJ- -$Z&&b fcTON Givejme your o?der--get in first moAd, Moberly,"Braslncy ' v l )j c. Waco 3 1-2 M EMERY Moberly,. Ky "" ...... ; ""SL!!!!!!!!!!".1 J!2 ."..i."Lf" J i-'ii.e"iie'ie'--'ii s hi .. am-o-a- e s i a i i i i sees s--.-e-.."-o-tAVj-.------. 1 - aaaawaeMaaaaaaasjaiaMdaMS i i a aMa. Jmjj jl1 y You Gan't Fool the Peoofe Some produce dealers'advertise "We.pay the tojpricejforpoultty and eggs all the time," and others state v "Highest vprice paid tor produce, arid a good part olthd, timeUh are several cents under my prices and come few times pay as much and as far as" I Rave been able, to find out never any more, flid pcupic aiiuw i pay just as i auvciusc iut Top Price," thats why L. T. Wilson'c pro duce house is the busiest spot in Richmond. I lead, others follow, when they can. L. T FOR PRICES PHONE 70 On Irvine Street j Wc are grindmg new ; j ' - -,f I,, ...... ? corn, il you have any lo tell or want to exchange j M ! 1111 11 I I I for meal, ccms to see rw. mm MILL THE CLANCY Didn't Work a Second .Time ; By PERCY L. CROSBY by tha McClara Nawapapar Syndlcaf iiep Me a penny Li' .isoT it.. mJrphy'"' Kt'-'' M7 hWJOHB-HOKPQHS.