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PREACHER SAW I2EGR0
BREATHE OUT FIRE
sip A Ton
.' (Louisville Times)
Inspired by the missions of James
Moore Hickson, the Rev. Pinley F.
Gibson, pastor of the .Walnut street
Baptist church, preached last night on
faith from a passage in the Old Test
: COAL
of Our Best
Polo Scratchsound grain, no grit. $4.00 per 100 lb
Polo Chix sound graiii, no grit $4.20 per 100 lb
. - . .
Price This Quality and Then
TELEPHONE 28 t
while you can get it. It lasts longer than most coals,
and has the heating qualities. Your order will receive
, prompt attention. . -
ament, in which he described the
leprosy of Naon,; the great biblical
warrior of that period and how
Elijah healed him by the injunction
that he submerge himself seven times
W. W.:Broaddus & Co
I in the River Jordon, when, he was told
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his leprosy youlddisappear.j . .In jnak- J
Feeds
Phone 110 . Building Material
ing, a practical application of, faith he
described an incident of a recent visit
to Memphis, Tenn. Dr. Gibson said,
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The Richmond Daily, Register Richmond. Madison County Wednesday Afternoon, April 14, 1920
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ALWAYS COAL
oim.
SAND AND CEMENT
INDIANA MAN SELECTED
Frankfort, Ky., April 14 Superin
tendent of Public Instruction Colvin
will appoint John W. Carr, of Indian
apolis, Ind., to be Director of Physi
cal Education in Kentucky. He has
been connected "with high schools in
Indiana, Ohoi, New Jersey and Mary
lam I. The recent cession of the Gen
eral Assembly passed an act providing-
for the teaching of physical edu
cation in the schools of the state.
3 MAGNIFXCKNT STEAMERS' 3
The Great Skip "SEEAND3EE" "CITY OF ERIE" "CITY CF DUFFALO"
BETWEEN
CLJ3 VELAMI Daily, May 1st to Nov. 15th IJDFFALO
. ) Eastern 5
. ) Standard Tins (
i Leare Buffalo -'
Arrive Ci.Evr.LAKD '
J .
7:30 A.M.
Lezre Cleveland - 9:00 P. M. ( Eastern'
Arrive Buffalo - 7:30 A. M. ) Standard Tims
Connections at ButTalo for Niagmrrt Fail3 and all Easern and Canadian Fointa. Railroad tick eta
reading between Cleveland and Buffalo are good for transportation on enr stearaera. Ask your
ticket agent or American Express Airent for tickets via C. & ft. Line. New Toorist Antomabil
Hate IM.00 Kocad J. rip, wun a days return l.ra.t. tor cars nor. exceeding l-t m. wnaelbaae. -
Beautif uiiy colored fccctioseJ pozzle ciiart of The Great Siiip "StKAJS'Dblii;" Bent on receipt of " I
five cento. Also ask f cr our &4-page pictorial and descriptive booklet free.
The Cleveland & Buffalo . B
seeakdb'ee- I XjF$ss LTi
the largest and most eomlv ! gra? Ar5pi. -- W
pasamgerSteamcroainlandV fV,,' I
wateraoftheworU. Sleeping ltfglirSrr I
capacity, 15Q3 pa.aan.rera. Mlig?3
. IDAHO MEN AGAINST BONUS
The Idaho Department of the
American Legion has gone on record
as opposed to a cash bonue for former
soldiers. A resolution calling for
passage of a bonue ' bill by the next
legislature was tabled by virtually a
unanimous vote of delegates to the
stateconvention there
Buys 6000 Day-Old Clicks
"With morrcfattiished'by banks
the " l?af iners '"Assdciaa'tiori ' of
Hickman, has placed an order;
with a hatchery for 6,000 day-olid
chickVVtpbe distributed among
farmwlvesj' in lots of 25. ' Each
return Tpullets to the association
which "will place them with others.
A RARE BARGAIN
8 Cylinder Cole Automobile;
practically new and in good
condition. A bargain for some
one. . RUSSELL TURPIN,
1 p Telephone 66 1 .
1: ' "j
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'c have
no bargain
T
hoc counter, ?but
our entire linebf ;
we arc selling
M,r. iy.jf, i;.:- . j'ip tih i
Ladies, Men's1 and Gliillrens
SHOES at PRE-WAR PRICES
Usu'While in Memphis last week I was
told that it contained the most won
derful negro man I have ever heard
of; that this negro could blow his
breath on my handkerchief and set it
afire. I said it was impossible; that
I could not and would not believe that
such a thing could be done; that such
an almost impossible freak of nature
I could not believe until it had been
demonstrated to me and others in my
presence. . ;
"The negro, who is a devout Chris
tian, 60 years old, was brought before
me with a number of other ministers
present. His sleeves were,, rolled up
and he was made to wash his mouth
thoroughly with ice water. .1.1 held my
handjeexchief. before, him!. and .he. . blew
hisjbreath against it and to my as
tonishment, it was set afire. Here is
the handkerchief. He showed it. with
four burned holes in it to the congre
gation. ' . "
"Now, if you; don't believe me go to
Memphis and see for yorus'elf ,' con
tinued Dr. Gibson.1 'This iiegro man
is emploj'ed in" the- Illinois Central
Railroad shops in that city. He has
been offered $700 - a week to exhibit
this wonderful gift he has possessed
since a child, on the stage, but has
refused, saying that the good Lord
endowed him .with this remarkable
gift and he would not commercialize
it." ' i
i'UiTb tioia Dust Flour mattes
better bread. . Try and be con-
UFFALO
Mrs. Bettie Powell and son, Ben,
returned home Saturday after a few
days' visit to her daughter, Mrs.
Moores, of Red House.
Mrs. Emmett Million and little
daughter visited her father and moth
er, Mr. and Mrs. Col Hale, Saturday
afternoon. '
Mrs. Buford Littrell returned to her
home at Versailles Monday after
spending a very pleasant week with
her father and mother, Mr. and Mrs.
Wm. Cole and other relatives.
Miss Maud - Hale is visiting Miss
gusie Shearer, on Boggs Lane this
week.
'Mrs. Wm. Harris atertained a
number of relatives at dinner Wed
nesday.,, , ,
Little Lorena Million returned to
her. home j t Whitlock Saturday after
several days visit with her grandpar
ents, Mr. and Mrs. Col Hale.
Quite a number of friends and rela
tives visited Mrs. Vonie Stokeley Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. Wm Pearson are re
joicing over the arrival of a fine son
at their home Aprl 2.
Mr. James Benge and children visit
ed Mrs. Hale Friday afternoon.
Mrs. Joe Mize and daughter Doro
thy, visited Mrs. Pearson Thursday
afternoon.
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FOIt,SAIiE A lot of Inside shutters
in gerdd' corl&ittoh. CaHiiily Agis
ter office.
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MEANS MONEY
10 too
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When you list your property-with
us. For-we get
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! Voa " more dollars 1 for
: ypur real ,eState'than"Oth" tion Sunday moi-nin and. night -tv
-- '- ' t..; ' W. W. West has purchased a sei
Stephen Todd, of Oklahoma, is back
home to stay. He regained his health
and hopes to live in old Kentucky.
LIO.UOR BOTTLING SOUGHT
Washington, April 14 Representa
tive Ben Johnson, of Kentucky, has in
trdouced a bill in the House to permit
distilled spirits to be transferred from
the original packages into bottles
when in any bonded warehouse under
rules and regulations prescribed by
the Commissioner of Internal Revenue
and aproved by the Secretary of the
Treasury. JThe bill provides further
that bottles so filled shall be allowed
to remain in the bonded warehouse in
lieu of the , original package, from
which transferred and that the reve
nue tax thereon shall not be paid un
til they, are removed therefrom. .
WANTS TO KEEP MAYS' JOB
A. H. Simonds, Louisville State
Revenue Agent, ousted by the State
Tax Commission which has appointed
M. H. Mays, Richmond, to succeed
him, has brought suit to enjoin its ac
tion. Simonds was appointed Janu
ary 3 by the old. Cimmission.
When everything is said and
done, you'll" have to admit that
Rookvvood coffee is just about
the best coffefi you ever " tasted.
Prove it to yourse'f by buying
Rookwood today from D. B. Mc
Kinney & Co. 82-6t
JAS. H. PEARSON
It JO A I. ESTATI3 mill LIVE STOCK
- ai:ctiom-:kk
As evl-nee of my abilit-, I refer too
to many "armor. (orfi men. and renl
i-tn(c dealers for tvhoni I linve con
iuctetl rtales irrou-rhont He Itlue Grans.
HIOHMOM). KV.
PAINT LIPK
r Dr; Hi J. Patrick attended the Den
tal1" ; Association at ' ' Louisville last
week. ' ' i- : : . !
"--MrsE. C.'Lisle a'nd: daughter, Eliz
abeth, 1 of : Vinchestev, ; are1 guestst ,of
Miss Alma Lear. ' -;
: Mr.-3":' W. A. .Ramsey asd children,!
who have been on'-.the sick list, arej
now about well: again; !
'. Williani Hurt was operated on last
week at Berea ; ' hospital , and at this
writing i is getting along nicely.' i. '
-James Burrows, one of the old citi
zens of Lowell is here: after spending
the 'wMter in' Florida. -i '-t :
Rev. Otis Hughson; of Lexington,1
preached foi. the. ML,' Tabor congrega-i
You can get the very best grades and leathers in heavy
and light weight Shoes at these low prices. Come in
and let us fit you up. ;
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prove it
Freeman Realty Co.
W. B. Freeman
,; . L. W, Dunbar- "
1 . ' F. P. Caldwell
Phone 211 ' '
' Office Over
, Citizens' National Bank .
purchaseu a seven
passenger Buick car.
John Wilson, who recently gradu
ated from Chicago University Law
school, was the week-end guest of
friends here.
Hubert and Rodney Ralston have
the flu, which will take them from
school for a few days.
Mr. and Mrs. Seale, of Lancaster,
were Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs.
Tom Logsdon.
Mrs. Patsy Englem.an Brown, of
North Dakota, is visiting Mrs. Dave
Hervey and friends. .
.'W. .W.-West and family, Mr. and
Mrs, Henry Moore, of Lancaster, went
to Berea Friday to ; the Welch sale,
and td see the baskets given awa y
t for every $2 purchase of goods.
"More Rome to the House1'
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Your Porch Your Snmmer Home
The summer's heat and sun. cannot penetrate them, yet
all the wandering breezes filter thru for they arc made
from splints of heat-retarding Lindenwood and scientifically
woten so as to give maximum protection and ventilation..
Special adjustable "No-Whip" cords add to their useful
ness by insuring against flapping in the wind so they may be
effectively used in all kinds of weather on living, dining or
sleeping porch. f
Qur Line Of Porch And Sfcmriier -' V ,
. ' 'j '- Furnishings Is Complete
jOLDHAM & ROWLAND
Corner Second And Irvine Streets
This is the time of year
to feed
ZARING'S
MILL
FEED
to your cows and sheep.
It helps to grow the
young and get them
ready for grass.
THE":
CLAN&Y
Timmie's Friend Is a
Wise Guy
ShrrcR ain't
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JH6M and Get
Me CLOTHES SWIPCD, HUH
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