i he Richmond Daily Register Richmond, Madison County, Wednesday Afternoon, April 14, 1920
' ' IF PREDICTIONS ARE RIGHT
THE PRESENT PRICE OF COAL WILL ADVANCE
e On The Safe Side
BY, ORDERING A TON OF THE
Richmond Daily Register
4. 51. SAtTFLKV. KSltor nnd Proprietor
Entered at the postofflce In Rlch
nond as second class mail matter
under Act of Congress of 1875.
Per year by mall
rflx months, by mail
Three months,' by mall
this WEEK 4
I You can't make a mistake as to the Quality
and Price of this CoaS
(Successors to E. S. Wiggins)
Keep us m mind for low prices .and prompt delivery for J
uroceriss, rruit & Vegatables .
Early June Peas, this week 15c can
Garden Seed in bulk and package
Seed Sweet Potatoes Nancy Hall & Southern Queen
Irish Potatoes for eating 60c gallon
The Daily Kegrtster Is authorized to
announce the; foliowing candidates for
office, subject to. the action of the .Dem
ocratic oar ty : . ;
-Nr Vov OanKt-es ' , :
RALPH; ftlRBERT. of Shelby Cdtmty.
FRANK'tRlPY, of Anderson county.
"A Call Kentucky ' Democrats
' Th 2 State Democratic Campaign ami
Adyisor'i'Cofiymittec'has issued, a
stroriir appeal : to democrats of .Ken
tucky, to send a high type of 'men to
th? conventions May 1st and 4th to
represent their wishes in selecting
a national standard bearer. The call
sent out should strike a chord
in the heart of every Democrat
who want to see his party go forward.
"We address in particular those
Democrats who have not always ac
tively participated in party affairs,'
the statement continues. "You should
now make a saci-ifice, if need le, to
send a delegation' :of high type.: men
and women whom; no perscnj or per-
, - J. sons . .without , : , patriotic reason . ' can
-'! 1 control; r 1 i H 4 i i i H .1 . i-:;.
WHY BE BULL AND
LANGUID THIS SPRING?
"Spring Fever". Is Natural, Bat
Not Necessary It's Due To
- Sluggish Blood ;
Keep Feeling Ycur Happiest '
Purify and. Tone Up YcurfBlooct
'With That Famous Topic j"
Good Coffee 1 - -30c and 35q per pound I
"CId Maid" Coffee j45c per pound
Just Received a Fresh Supply of I
SUNKIST PEACHES, PEARS, APRICOTS 1
Come look over our stock Give us a trial order I
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"This is no time to leave "matte i;
of party organization to perJonsi po
litically interested; no time for aloof
ness on the part of substantial men
and women. who ha-e the welfare of
their community and their country
at heart: no time for factions; or sel-
i fish interests to hold sway. i
"Our country is weighed in the bal
ance, and if the men of affairs, men
and women of solid thought and dis
interested purpose do not throw their
strength and influence into the scale
our country may be found wanting be
fore the world. The national conven
tion at San Francisco in June will be
a test of American statecraft.
"Kentucky's delegation should play
its part with an eye sine-led; toward
and a heart bent upon saving 3oul
of the nation that has givenj jto-the
world its greatest opportunity) i to' be
"This is the kind of a del ijati&W,
the kind of a democracy th &! ytfur
committee with one united Mi-pose
Properties or Zinc.
Zinc !s ductile toetteett!21and-502
degrees Falirenhiiit. ftd-an'- theft be
shaped as requind. But when either
1 M M
a!;oe or oeiow these limits it becomes tf hunt-s save 1,,,
brittle anr! unpliant. and tlArefore not
adapted for trentme'it. It melts at
about 783 degrees Fahrenheit If vol
atilization is frnarded against.
treat r-.icnt of ITCH, ECZEMA.
RINGWORM. TETTER or
other tching &kin diseRses. Try
75 ctat bcx at our rixlc ff'
STOCKTON & SOX
Do you se'eni tmalile to;jlo any
work, to concentrate, to tako any
interest in'thins lurinj l h'd-won
lerfnl Snrinf 'davs ? Do von feel
jiist'"us('less anl no account?"
Nothing is really the matter,
except that, as happens., every
Spring, your blood is clogged it
is sluggish with poisons from its
long Winter fight.
In time, your blood will proba
bly adjust itself. But meanwhile
you fret and worry, feel unhappy
and accomplish nothing.- Why
do it, when it is easy to clear up
your blood by taking Pepto-Man-gan
for a while? ; For -thirty
ycijts, doctoris' have, jbeen ri com
nk'hdng .this! effective and' Agree
able tonic to purify and Ilri'id up
the.blood of r-un-dowii, ;!)lUless
l . i - : . .
:j t:(eel your ;i).';i;! , niavetja line
color, and spring hi yo iiijr step.
Lie vigorous, hajpy, red (l'Jpoded..
(Jt:t(fi Jw'ftJfJ :Ci .Qy-J;nan to.
dayivi ' The' beareHtt triiggist has
it, and in . either, liquid, or tablet
form, just as you -prefer. There's
no difference in medicinal value.
Hut le sure you get the genu'ue
(hide's L'epto-Mangan. Ask for
it !y -that name "Gude's IVpio
Mangan." and be sure th' full
name is on the package. It
witi calf(; J-lack' Minorca f't'ps, k tt'ing
hi lo, lor ?l. J I up. Ix -Miiliun. i'.iirn!
r1indf-r tout iiii;- i-::r. Si-- .1
J'OTt S.M.l,; lul. I
Tinder' touring i'-::r.
IN CONSTANT USE BY
PHYSICIANS EVERY DAY
Medicinal Value of S. S. S. I Fully
Almost every human ailment can
be traced, one way or another, to
impurities in the blood. So you
cannot overestimate the impor
tance of keeping your circulation
built up, so that your heart will be
constantly pumping rich, red, life
giving blood to all parts of the
system. Any slight disorder or im
pairity that creeps into the blood is
a source of danger, for every vital
organ of the body depends upon
the blood supply to properly per
form its functions. It is quite
true that practically every one is
equally exposed to the attacks of
disease. You are just as liable to
be attacked as the man or -woman
sitting next to you on the street
car. It all depends upon the con
dition of your blood. If it is thin
and impoverished, and has been
allowed to reach a low state by
the accumulation of impurities,
you have not sufficient vitality to
resist these germ attacks, and they
find a fertile field in your system
to spread disease.
Over a hundred years ago the In
dians made many excellent rem
dies and tonic, from roots and
herbs gathered from -the forests.
One of these formulas was hand
ed down to the white man and for
more than fifty years has been,
used as S. S. S., which is recogniz
ed as the best known blood medi
cine cn the market.
This fine old remedy is still made
as of old from roots and herbs or
proven medicinal value. In fact,
physicians everywhere recognize
the wonderful efficiency of these
roots, and they are prescribed in
some form or other almost daily.
And- now after being in con-;
stant use for more than half a
century, S. S.; : S. is .. mor e . popular '
than ever. It is sold by practically
every drug store in the land, and
every druggist is well -acquainted ?
with its sterling merit, for they
have seen its results. ;1 , -. -
S. S. S. is a yery valuable agent
in the treatment of Catarrh, Rheu-i
matism, Eczema, Tetter boils, pim- ,
pies, skin eruptions, malaria, and
other disorders that come from
It is also without an equal as a
general tonic and system builder.
By its efficacy in cleansing the
blood of impurities, it builds up the
appetite and gives new life and
vigtr to the entire body.
You are invited to write for val
uable literature and medical ad
vice, which will be sent without
cost. Address Chief Medical Ad
viser, Swift Laboratory. Atlanta.
The same labor, same machinery, same land
with good quality, dependable, tried. fertili- ' -zer
will give results.
ARMOUR'S HIGH GRADE ACID PHOSPHATE 18 per
J cent, 16 per cent AVAILABLE
has been tried and. not found wanting. Your '
corn and tobacco will be greatly increased
and a grass stand insured by using a High
Grade Acid Phosphate and Tobacco Ferti
FARMERS CLUB PRICES $26.75 per Ton
Give me your order Richmond, Moberly,
-rBrassfied. :: ,-
Waco 31-2 " Moberly, Ky
stands forjKirtrf' we ask vou to fljldl U
oufcndsn lt Ji! ;h-
iMr iW! 1
lEi'ybevt ilclrier is the most jbopular
presiftgaitiai candidate among ttje male
sdeaCsf Georgetown Col!cej !as
was attested by a straw vce held
Friday morning. (loveraor las. -Tvl.
Cox was second to Hoover anfi. tSdv-
hays Daily Kegisler Adv. Ifays
June II. Reid, who recentljr came
from Berea and joined the RRihrrtbAd
Welch (Jompany staff, is already con
vinced that an advertisement' in the
Daily Ree-iftt'r uays well. 'He insert-'
ed a small adv. for a house or apart
ment in Monday's paper, and says that
he had live or six telephone calls with
in an hour after the "paper had gotten
out in town. He secured a place that
he believes will fcuit him, and is
mighty well pleased with the returns
from the little adv. that cost him only
Two Old- Wires In Old House
An... Interesting feature of the
old MacMordie residence hi Mer
cer .county, in which papers more
than' a century old were fotnd by
workmen, are two wires Strung
under the flooring which extend
to the garret behind the plaster
ing. They were installed before
the days of doorbells or electrici
ty, and it is believed thaf they
figured in a signalling system for
the household in perilous days of
the long ago.
KOR SVMl modM l32-T n U l.-unj
car.. 5 iusfrt. -r, i'-v top .apd sii
eurlaiiiH. nt-'w "balle'ry,' inoti.r a'nd . t'i'i
r-'i.od -.!)dUion. Stiideljaker l!ll. -."iJd
tir-.s. oiiy; .Nj.rnJ, Hew Ui( :i n ;1 ,.-iil !is;
buiiipfr. ' ''l.otli- h.-sn' -ar.s ih;'t;o.l i-on-diti(,;i.
K'til-W. ; -. ! v s
FOR SALE A . Kood .work -Phone
1S8, Hiefimond ( jref-a , IIoiikw;'
S9 tf ; ;!' ' '
FOR SACK A 6X0 Axiuin.slf'i tu.;;J
sona DrowTi. rnoire jjzi: as
dilr. Kolt, representing Muncy Bros.,
was in Irvine last week on business.
GetDr. Edwards' Olive Tablets
That is the joyful cry of thousands
since Dr. Edwards produced Olive
. Tablets, the substitute for calomel. No
griping results from these pleasant
little tablets. They cause the liver
and bowels , to act normally. They
never force them to unnatural action.
Dr. -Edwards' Olive .'Tablets are a
soothing, healing, vegetable compound
v mixed with olive oil. .
If you have a bad taste, bad breath,
feel dull, tired, are constipated or
bilious, you'll find -quick and sure re
sults from Dr. JEdwards' little Olive
Tablets at bedtime. 10c and 25c a hes.
CHAS. B. YOUNG
tins oTIS for $1 ; Mrs'. llilTi Million
phone 230 J. ' i-r- 87 :4'
: FOR Ali,Xl4 ITouriliK - cak- in No. ' Z
shape; pood .tiys: R bargain for ?550.
See 1. '" -Moritsompry. Richmond. 84 1 f
' OR SA1-K Ky. Hed lierrvshirt
Sine; some 'extra nice hoars and prlits
iarije enough for sf-rvics. Tht.-; are
'rom my champion show herd. W. B.
Turley. Rlhmon" Cy. 281 tf
W-E'Euy, raise, ana sou lur-hearin
rabultp. and other 1 ur-bearing animals.
Place your order with us and list
whatever .stock you have with us, pt.at
inpr lowest fla. orioes on iaryc sliip
ments. Address 515-517 N. V. Ave,
Fargo. N. I J- 7G 2St
FARMERS I am prepared to build
vour tobacco barns. . C. M. Este;-;, 131
S. Kstill ave.. Richmond. 7X tf
IjOST On street or in one ,f the
store, Thu.rsday evening", fyn .unfinish
ed shirt wa!U;t,; Pnder-.pleats'e ivturn to
this offiee.. ' I
. LOT OR FOUND :
-. LOST i-ltair-'O.f - new chains for Ford;
reward for return to thH otfiee. I.il 2
I-OST On street in Richmond Satur
day; r a baelc pocket bpok ccxi turning
$4.f.0,' Ko.'oi ity ;pin with '.name f.'ilbei-t
Ftet, sealed number 13,539; :. nivard
ttim: phone Waco 41 R. K8 3
There are over sixty
users of Delco-Light
in Madison county.
Ask your neighbors
what they think of
Delco-Light or conic
t our store and have
the plrtrTt demonstrat
ed to you.
Think vhat this means to you.
It means that you need not depend e
tirely upon your own judgment when buy
ing an electric light and power plant.
You can talk to an actual user and
learn from him how Delco-Light will bring
you all the conveniences of the city.
Write for catalog . and tompkte details
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I niiffibffl'i LomDanv
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Dialers in DELCO-LIGHT Product
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; .Western Grcvers Are.Ei'itr
,. 'Three men stopped John Tjder,
of Calloway county, near Sedalia,
and demanded to know where he
was takmg his load of tobacco.
When he assured them it bad
been sold in the barn and was to j
be delivered in Mavfield, he was
permitted to', proceed.' It is- re- ,hok . which' ' Williams brothers,
ported other wagons' have been 'breeders.' bought 15 months agA
stopped "on the road by opponents Mor $265. at Vallisca. Iown.was
of auction seiline. ' .St,1(l to. W. II. ILllsworth. of Gold-
1 " ! field. Iowa, for $-10,000 declared to
Hcg SeSIs For $4D,QCG
A thoroughbred Poland China
be the highest price ever j.id fff
WAXTKHTo huy old fashioned ball
top four post bed.- l'hone 2'.)t), or wriH
Mrs. O. V. j0.idloe. Riclimond, Kv. ?
WANTKD frond teamsters, must
knovr liow to drive; jood pay. T,. ;.
nianton. !in ?.
' EXPERIENCED SALESMAN WANT
ED To .travel 20 counties around
Richmond, Ky., sellinfr h'ats and tloth
'"8'v Very best of references requir
ed. Addres-s Cox Hat Co.. Rristpl, Tenn-
Wanted Bids On 2 School Houses
By order of the County Board
of Education, sealed bids will be
received till noon Monday April
191920, for building-'a 'two room
school house at Eig Hill. Also
a two room- building at Forest
Bidders must be prepared -to
give, bond with bid.
The right to accept any or re
ject all bids is reserved by ths
Board. ' Plans and specifications
may be seen at the County .Sup
erintendent's office at the court
house. . B. F. EDWARDS,
78 td , - - - Supt.
True Everuearlug: Strawberry plants
fop sale, $7 per 100. Have nice delicloua
berries from early spring- until ground
freezes. R. Ii Martin., Phone 711 X
Richmond. Ky.. "R. D. 2. . 58 Imy p
225 West Short Street
Dr. CHAS. E. SM00T
. nt-F? dole Yhermvr tin tiVSmr Wp
KVK. BLO. KOSIC AJXTi THROAT ,
W ICHMOVa Kf.
" Ota.ee Over Stpcfctoa'a iTrng Store -
For the STUDEBAKER IS a quality car through and through. Quality material,
quality workmanship, quality finish then finished product cannot be inferior.
The care taken in the selection of material and building the car is unusual over
six thousand inspections are made from the time the raw material is received until
the car is finished and delivered to the purchaser.
The result is shown in the small amount of trouble"and annoyance that is exper
ienced iwitfi a STUDEBAKER.
v ; V ; Ask any STUDEBAKER owner.
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