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7 T WE SELL THE WELL KNOWN SPEED i; rut iiCiMii KNOWN THE : WORLD OVER '. QliALlflES. GET OUR PRICE PHONE 85 COAL SEEDS Richmond Daily Register S. M. SAUPLEV, Editor cad Proprietor Entered at the postofflce in Rich mond as second class mail matter under Act of Congress of 1875. Subscription Rates Per year by mail . ...$3.00 Six months, by mail $2.00 Three months, by mail $1.00 One month by mail 50c In cfty by carrier, per week 10c Subscriptions are strictly cash-in-ad-vanee to ull aod paper -wil. be stopped promptly when subscription has ex pired. Political Announcements The Daily Tteg-lster Is authorized tp announce the foHowinj? candidates for office; subject'to the action of the Dem ocratic party: GET IN RAG For Congress RALPH GtRBRUT. of; Shelby Courlty. FRANK -RIPY,-" of Anderjon. county. HELP - 0! N is for Neff's, you all know- the place, E ,is for everything your table to grace ; F is for Fresh Fish that are always nice, S is for Serv-Us can goods, the best -at .arty price.- TELEPHONE - ?43 s For Sale House And Lot On Lancaster Avenue Iot fronts ; 1 10 feet oa L.an caster Avenue and runs back 40O feet In parallel Hues. Large barn. Mouse contains 9 rooms,1 and bath and - eqnlppcd with' electricity. Possession Riven In reasonable tine. Trice $0500. If Interested communicate with IT. JOHH' Fl WHITEt IT. S. It. ,1884 Columbia Road, Washington, D. C ; tf : IN A A oil er ;'; Oar Duples Basic Phosphate Contains 45 Per Cent Lime And 18 Per Cent Phosphoric Acid It Fieeded av-cverv fooi.cf cultivated land in Madison conn. ? ty. Will not harden, disintegrate or lose strength. 'Has no' bad odor. Will keep indefinitely.... It will pay 200 pgr fceijt mterest on your corn and oats crop. f ' 5 ; :;pJt;irffi;p&y 500 per cent interest on your, Jobaccolj crop. Car load lots March, $26.50 per ton I? I iar loan soes -iviarcn, $o.au per to -' .vv.-l Ve e"ver a cost of hauling " r ; I & may n z need i n the ;t ieesoa, a retail pneps, fchd will deliver at coti-oi hauling-, -i Hi0ii"'"5iipply Incorporated Phone 51 - Richmond, Ky. ' fl GREEN CL Agcni, 4 THIS HAPPENED BEFORE JULY 1 Our favorite barber-shop story is a pompous Senator who was being shav ed by an old negro barber in a Wash ington hotel. The Senator remarked to the bar ber "Uncle, you must have had among your customers many o? my distin guished predecessors in the Senate?" "Yes, sar," said the barber, "I's knowed most all of dem; by de way, Senator, you remind rne ' of Dan'el Webster." The gratified statesman placing his finger on forehead said, s "Is it rny brow?" "No, boss", said the, barber, "it's your breath." New Era. , f ! m . . ,. IE WOMAN'S- - 0! Isa...?.:,...:: ,;.v Of Interest to Expectant : Mothers Goshen, Ind. "I took LydiaE. Pink ham's Vegetable Compound with good results after 1 had suffered for some time with female trouble. Someye'prs ago I had twin boys and took your Vege table Compound be fore they came also before my four year old boy was born, and afterwards, and think it fine for such M easeSi sltell others what it-, did dior. me and you may publish, my testimonial." Mrs. Gso. A. Foes, 1X1 S. 9th St.; Goshen;' Indiana.' 1 -' - ' The' esperiehce of' Alothefhood'.is a trying -'tone to most vb'men1 ahd marks distinctly an epoch .in their lives. . JNot one woman in a hundred js prepared, pr understands how to properly care for herself. Every woman at this- time should rely upon- Lydia -E, Pinkham's Vegetable Coinpound, a mot valuabje tonic and invioratcr : cf tha ' female organism. ; ' rr)- fr'iii; ''" '-'-vt In many homes Gnee childless1 titere are now childrh' because' !df- 'i the f act that Lydiai-fi' v-pinRham?8 ..yegetable Compound, makes -jyomen nor mal, heafthy' and strong ' and tliis good old fashioned root and herb remedy ' coh tains no yifyr-jotk-s ,?.harrnfil:drugi -I ! I Sell Your Produce to a Gila Me House We are informed that several shippers in this county made; shipments to a fake pro- duce concern at Georgetown Ky. last "'week and lost their entire shipment by doing so. : . y vi? $ell youir produce at home . to us and you , e won't lose your money and you will always realize the top price. , -9? ; , ... ; It pays to sell at home. Call us for prices before selling. Retake TELEPHONE 132 ouItryCa 40-acre. farm in four miles of Richmond ; gc.od 5 room house, barn and all necessary - out buildings. - ' School house hi about 300 yards ofj.be hpusecl.ose to the, railroad station. : . ' This property is going to be sold at . a' sacrifice price. . v Possession' given ' at oiice. ' ! Freeman Realty Co. W. B- Freeman L. W.Dunbar -F. P. Caldwell Phone 211 Office Over Citizens' National Bank T The Louisville Times says that Major . Merriwether Smith, of Mercer county, who is a member of the present state Senate, will soon announce as a candidate for Congress' in the 8th. Major Smith went to school at old C. U- in Richmohd,-and has many friends here. In the course of its polit ical gossip Saturday,- the Times had the following on 8th district politics : v I yihi'4ij ormajl r anojisince.mjent thiweek, Col. FnankV-Rlpy,! of Lawrnceburg;.is a flill-fledged candidate i for, 1 ' the f. 'Hiraocratic. nomination for Congress in the Eighth district, to be decided at the August primary. ' He has be gun,.an active campaign and is now going over the district mak ing his organization. Col- Ripy saw active service at the front during the world war and was twice promoted. . He is the first military officer to seek a democra tic congressional nomination in Kentucky, and if nominated would oppose Capt.-King Swope, the incumbent, who is certain of tlje republican nomination. fMajor L". Merriwether Smith, of Harrbdsburg, - at present State Senator frjom.the 20th district, has stated that he-will in all probabil ity go after the x Eighth district democratic" congressional' nomina tion. Regarding- the matter, he sjaid he felt assured of his 'ability to win in the primary and defeat Ciapt.' Swope, republican, by 3,00Q majority for ..the- congressional seat- . Major Smith is still con nected with the military service, and in the event he formally shies his.castor into the ring he will be the second military man to enter the lisK - : WithAjudge Ralph Gilbert, of Shelby ville, and Col. Frank Ripy, of Lawrenceburg, already in, Maj. Smith, of Harrodsburg, a likely starter, the democratic, congres sional, ,ra,ce. in, the Ejgh,th; district is regarded as made up- It is iin- j'derst'. that i JoK fi istobinStti: ttf i Lancaster, and uigt;u jfcirprptt'.ijtj Hoover, of :Micn8JdsVilIe;'',UiVd'i have been pr-Qjninently mentioned in connectiojj!;Jwith the congres sional nomination, have decided to remain qui of it 'this time in the interest f party harmomjlu. anomalous fpfture of the situfetio'i is tnat tne trtree candidates wio will make tn race, are from ad joining couhtiis. " J As a safeguard against stran gulation frora blood, John Galvin, 2, was- suspaped head down in a Lexington lspital while a sur-' geon removfi a safety pin whith had lodged lhis throat. FOSTER'S offi? 1 'fe Sr. JOHN NOLAND ATTOIIN R Y-AT-I. AW Offli- Over !Sto-kitMs Drux Store's Maybe youilo not knovTlia' there are 1523 nails to one pound, and that I have the best prices on Hardware and Carpenters' Tools, etc See The White Radiator for Fords. ' ' J. GALVIN TAYLOR . " East Main Street TRAINED RAMS LEAD SHEEP TOSLAUGHTER (Ey Associated Press)- ' Chicago, Mar. 15 If it weren't for ''Mike and Jim," you'd have a hard time getting those delicious mutton chops for breakfast. No,i "Mike and Jim" aren't human be-1 ings.' - They're?'" just a pair oi trained rams, that lead sheep to slaughter Jrl the Chicag6 stock yards. . ' "' '" ' ' ' 1 ! CaWle arid hogs at the yards have drivers who emit noises both threatening and conciliatory young men who follow the ani mals to the' killing floor arid back up' "their' noises with'tfte crack ing 'of long whips. ' liut not sheep and lamb, these have no drivers, for they refuse to be driven. But they can be led by one of their kind and that's where "Mike and Jim" come in. " . . . Every time a bunch of 'sheep are to start for the shackeling pen and killing floor "Mike and Jim" are trotted out. "They meet the herd, bow gracefully, right-around-face and lead their new- made friends over the sighs." to the shackling pens Out at the, sheep, killing depart ment they.re.fer to ;M ike, and Jir; as "pets." That's, be.cause.they are' so .well trained-: . - They escort one' herd of .sheep,- then go bafck .for .some more.... Pets? That's what some people call , them. , Others say .they're- :the. Judas .Iscariots of the stock; yards.:. bridge of DISEASE GERMS hid, j : :f The largest electric sign r .. Mi mm The largest electric sign in the world advertises on Times SquarjB Mew York City: it is 250 feet Cong, 70 feet high. Made up of 17.285 electric lamps. The fountains Play, the trade maYk changes, read ing alternately --WRIGLEVS ana'r;JO(CY:R0l Spearmen 'do a turn.' 'M V' ' Pi I 1 Li. Pure, Healthy Blood Destroys Germs, Removes Waste Tissues and Rebuilds Bone and Muscle IF YOUR BLOOD IS WEAK, DON'T DELAY .r : :f ; ." i . ! . i .' ' : t. ' Take Glide's Petc-Manean, the - Red Blood Builoer in your body are two gallons (more or less ) of blood, which is constantly at work keeping your system free of germs, removing the waste tissues, and building up rityiJt,e-iiV-ii boTte.avrrd"jiiuscle JJitolAouU .huisrVhe' H5glthyTpr, your resistance to disease and ia tigue fivill be lowered, you will ift4rve-leS5 vig&rA' A , J For JjvJdii"if ui blood weakened caii years prescribed i3y phjician's.'is 9 1 1 t . now generally known as a prompt - 6rl'Je3sHP'toM;angifh sodii'.pro.-. duces marked beneficial results. The tired, Vi-orn-oiit, run-down feeling disappears. And in its stead a vigorous wholesome and happiness proves that the blood has been supplied with the sorely needed richness to supply the en tire system with renewed strength. When yen buy Pepto-Mangan at your druggits be sure the name "Glide's" is on the' package You can get it in either liquidof' tabled form- If the name "Gude's" is not on the package, it is not Pep- --.7 4 r-m m m m m la maea u sr ap9 swj vyur service w in oavp ; i cu ivioney ? Over Western Unload 'JL.-' jl ,4.. Sibn!i,j(aa Parcel Post UQ.Magyi. If I a. 8ZH JKWELRYp It ttTnrK3ths laKlsln and ttValthani - cSt; 'vuteoM ROSENBERG BROS. CO. 141-14:1 Water Street" 4 -r JAS; H. PEARSON ItlOAIi ESTATE :md LIVE STOCK AUCTIONEER As evivlonce of my nbility, J refer yon to l.iim.T rarmet-K. stocK men. 'and real estate ilealera for ' whom I have cob- dueted Nates tliroir-tliout the lllue Grass. . i jiticsiaioNO. kv. , mm mm mm mm 1 . . i fil t-iX mm m WZitt : - .... V?ti; ! pJ This "sifih Is scen'J nightfy by about : U ' t " Wm ' 500.000' peopfC' frcm a Jl over ; (be mtA ..... l2?Ht.- r---r::rni: -tw?-. Sealed hi pfgjlpfe l! - Kept - - i8 Tight ' ylJiif!! i Righf PS ? i i i r il ifi liii i i i ilTiiUi i 4- J- HIIIARDYMR JtlWrtOiLDiNO? , It will pay you in the long run to figure with JESS BOWMAN, the Contractor, who knows the business from A to Z :a:' With goodjquajit pepdletrj Tijtili t.. Szeifwill give rSultsv ' fnk. lM I A OFffrhl.TO MOYNAHAN & HIGGINS CONTRACTORS - :' ' Ct'T STONE WORK- EXCAVATIIfG Conerete work In all its branches. We secure our stone from the fa mous Marble Creek quarry la Jes- -amine county None xJetter. Let : in tiKiire with you-on laying your -Cellars and foundations. Telephone ttfll . UlCn.MONU. KY. Make Eveiy Acre Da Its Best 1 kt-Xhe;5ame labor, same machinery, sanjejand r 'S HIGH-GRADE AGIO PH0SPFIAK 18 pc cent, 16 "per cent AVAILABLE c ' has been tried and not found wanting. Your :S iCSi greatly ineiseUs and a t "grass "stand insured by using a Higfi Grade Acid Phosphate. FARMERS CLUB PRICES $26.80 per TON , Give me your order get in first car Rich mond, Moberly, Brassfield.' ; G. M.;EMBRY :7 ; Waco 3 1-2 i Moberiv. Kv We .. are grinding new corn, if yon have any to sell or want to exchange for meal, come io see ns. ZAKS' LULL i The Clancy Kids , Timmie Sees a Little .1 Bit of Heaven PERCY L, CRdSDY It.-. itr . - v - T . "HI I HHI l.li i J5Sa 1 Telephone ttfli . KlCnMOND. KY. -- ..... r I. ... 1 - - . . f ' ''