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Trie RicKmonH Dafly Register Richmoncl. Madigon County Tuesday Afternoon, April 20, 1920.
i . ae M(D)ini( on Chicken Feeds Best Scratch Feed For Hens. Baby Chick Feed . . $4.00 per 100 . .$4.20 per 100 IF.IHI (Goir'O.oini PHONE 28 ALSO OYSTER SHELLS V GRITS DAN CARSON TELLS OF STAKING CLAIM f. . Don't Road This Adv. Unless you nceJ some Big Whit e 'Sc6d 'Corn. Extra quality and its going fast. The time is to order now. $5 per bushel while it lasts. G. B. Dejarnette, phone 91 J, R. D. 1, Richmond. 90 3p Money Iwck without iuetJon If HUN T'S Snlve fnih in tbe ttetmtitofITCH,BCZEMA. 1 RINGWORM. TETTER or f athcritchinc ikin dieae. Try - m f s ccs b at our risk. .' STOCK! ON & SON ISP AUCTION SALE OF ; FRESH COWS On FRIDAY, AVV.lt. 2X. 1J20 . . at 10 o'clock a. in. having leased my farm for the year 1920. I will offer at public 'auction at the farm, 4 1-2 miles from Richmond near L.ake Reba, seven Kood fresh cows. These are all pood milkers; most all fresh now: others will be 1 y day- of sale. Be sure to bo on hand if you want a pood milk cow. S. I.. ;ill hllS. Owner Col. Holt Walker Auctioneer t "JAS. H. PEARSON I UK A I. ESTATE "nil LIVE STOCK . Ai:CTIOKKIl '- i" An i-vWfnre of my nlllll3'. 1 refer yen i many iirmcrn. stork men. nnil real rulnlr drnlrra for whom I hnvr con ducted naini throo-rf.oiM Itlue irM ItUrtlMOND KV , Dr.CHAS. . SMOOT . or. HARRY ML- BLANT01J HEARD ABOUT TOWN After the Rev. Louis L. Dunnington appeared in his pulpit at "Orient Heights Methodist 'Episcopal church at Boston wearing overalls and .jump er, more than 200 of his congregation signed the "overalls pledge." . , BlK, Kj O. MOktb ANIv THROAT I; ii iciimh' n. Kir. film 1M. )m xxx . Henry S. Caywood, of North Mid dlctown, Bourbon county, is announc ing in the papers of the Bourbon, Clark, Motngomery senatorial district that he will be . a candidate for the democratic nomination for state sena tor next year. Mr. Caywood is well known in. Madison where he buys a lot of fat cattle. . Richmond Boy Writes Back From Wyoming Where He . Went for Government Land (From Lexington Herald) Sitting in a South Limestone street fraternity house reading glowing ac counts of el doradoes offered former service . men by the government and arnexing the tittle to some of the el dorado land were two entirely different propositions one Kentuckian well known here found. Daniel C. Carson, of Richmond, known as "Kit" to the students at Jhe University,- of -Kentucky, which he attended before leav ing for Wyoming to stake a claim on government land offered f ormer ser vice men is the man. jCarson served a number of months with the "American army in Siberia, returning and receiving a discharge shortly before the opening of the fall semester at the University. In a letter written to a friend here, Carson recounts some of the trials encountered in staking a claim to government land. 7Die letter follows: "306 Spruce street, "306 Spruce street, PRESSSOIMS The policy of any business house is quickly, perceived by. its customers. Level-headed business men know that an tin deviating policy of giving satisfaction creates the impression that attracts and holds patronage. This insitution feels that its customers and friends and the public arc impressed with fact that we operate with their best interests as qur first consideration. Our clTcrts arc d'-reeted constantly toward the justifying and strengthening of that impression. SOUTHERN NATIONAL BANK Richmond, Kentucky w . - ' r ; .!- 5 . i 'IT ) U'tV " H. M. Samuels, Deputy Revenue collector, is in Stanford ttKlay look ing after business. He has been busily engaged in various parts of the state in the . interest of the Prohibition interests. Walter C. Samuels, of Canton, O., formerly of his city, writes to his rela tives; and friends here that he is do ing well in the Ohio city. He is con nectcd with a machine manufacturing company there. i i W. it ' '" I r - it i- . ; ?JJi.j ii i ' ' ' ' ii i i i ir ifcn i,ir firYp vi!l pay you & high the jiiglscitjfricVlf Uifcnracndi A or yor 1lRAM all -. iliP time higher when tha inqrket jwiUtaiid and will five you honest weight and' test all the time. Ye; will als o pay you the to p. yfllhclniark'et fojry wil -POULTRY AND EGGS ALL THE flME Welcome to our Creamery Follow the Blue Cans with the Yellow Tops Across street from Zar ing's Mill. MUCKY CREAMERIES Owned and Ofcratcd by Armour & Company RIQiMQND, KENTUCKY Under -New Manaemel William Martin, living near Calest. one of the oldest and best residents of Madison county, who has been in ill health for some time is reported as improving slowly. COAL! COAL! COAL! Rex Tennessee Coal None Better Few As Good Now is the time to buy your coal for next winter, before any further ad vance. Stock up early with enough to run you next winter while you can get a known quality. We anticipate same conditions as last winter, when you could scarcely get any kind at any price. : We also have full stock of Lime, Sand, Cement, Salt, Rock, Plaster, etc., and each of best brand. W. W. Broaddus & Company PhocllO 3 "Dear- f'OTTS Gold Dus.t Flour makes better bread. Try and be coiir -incrtdl.'- c iJ'it. jiiM ;57 (? A BIGGER lJl .1 We will fee glad to show visitors to our city some of - the business houses and residences, that arc listed with us. timber land. The total makes a nice 'branch if it can be located in one boundary. Understand, the elevation is around 7,000 feet and therefore cattle raising is the only real thing to con sider. It is a beautiful country in "Rock Springs, Wyoming, the summer time; woods full of game from elk to skunks and the lakes and creeks abounding with fish. Hay grows wild and the whole forest reserve is available for range. Everybody owns a car and the "shimmy" has been bai' redv ....... ... . . . "So much for the assets. I'm not in the real estate business this week, so I will try to state the drawbacks with equal frankness. To begin with, sum mer doscn't constitute much over a third of the year nnd they tell me that in the winter a Polar bear' needs snow shoes and ear muffs. That means sev en months feeding. Again, the near est railroad is about 110 miles, so you r;ce that it would be alrryst impossible to get work on the "Lection" through the dull season at home. "All good land aiong the railroad i:; about gone. Now, of course, there':; plenty open land closer in and at :. lower elevation, but it is limited pret ty well to sheep herding now and un til some one finds a market for dry land and paiiie dog pelts, it's liable to remain so. ' -' "It s a long time before J'me and in that time I. , plan to locate, i. id ther will . be .able to give you some more definite, dope... This 1( country. . is un (leveloped( to a ,grcat extent and iherf is plenty ..going (n. ' 'pufcidc ,,of, py knd cattle the most money would.be ;n .the, restaurant business if , all the Chiftks would die. At present I'm ajblc to keep a incal, ticket on .my person by -working for the highway depart ment here, that . is,. I'm waiting for the snow to get ofr of my ranch." i . . 1 1 i . , i ( j . . . : . i - Freeman Realty Co. W. B. Freeman : L, W. Dunbar F. P. Caldwell Phone 211 1 Office Over . Citizens' National Bank "Well boy, I suppose you think that talk "is cheap with some people, but you desired information about these lands in this section. If information of lands in neral.was. what,.you wanted, I am qualified to speak, but for anything definite you must wait until I get located myself. Probably you know by' now that our dope on the Government ' irrated land raffle was just about wrong, conservatively speaking. Maybe you would be in-. terested in hearing about the recent drawings. "I arrived in the little Village of Tor rington around 9 p. m., March 4. The applications and water rental deposit bad to be in the land office by 0 a. m., March 5. Toriington was overrun with soldiers haven't seen as many in one place since whisky was voted out of the army. There were 5,000 acres divided up into 80 tracts and only 3,251 ex-service men filing, so you can see the chance that even ? juckv man up . against. ; Along with jfjur .appjicatiwii there was: a cash de- .H;Vr'V.f $5,10 per acarei if or a'ch' aci c VinYP" w-jtCJ:, this money to bt1 returh-'-d jf, tlie ( applicant :vas! unkicky. In 1!:)i-Jjly mine hasn't been returned Vpjt- :J'yp;yl)od's number nvas'' put fnj.a lyeand jt 2 o'clock they started Vynll.1'M ithQmw.he.iirt- marti'out ' 6f ? won. Qh, it was an exciting afternoon, ,notwithstandingif :thG fact a,.l?li.??aid:; was. i-agingf -'and'tlw fy supply , of "chaw'f. was about e.-haiistexlj- , . j-i.j : . "he . other $,00a acres wa lopened '"lit"1? Shoshone -region. an March 12, ,;infi.was nft as desirable, liand cone'- Viiientlyt, th. competition -.was -lighter but I may, as . well state that"! don't ! ovn any land;in that -locality -either. 1 here is still a large quantity of grazing land left, however, to be homosteaded in tracts up to 640 acres, and this scheme appeals to me more and seems almbst as good as the gov ernment irrigated land, only here arc I two kinds of this dry land and the worst isn't worth having, so my busi ness for the past ten days has been looking around for the best and I be lieve this beet grazing land lies ir Fremont county around' a little space called Pinedale. ' In addition to taking up a section (640 acres') you may at every reasonable terms buy up to 100 acres with water on it from the state Also at a low figure ($2.50 per acre), it is possible to' get 100 more acres of CLASSIFIED ADS. FOR SALE A NICE little business for the right man with $300 or $400 to in vest. See G. W. Goodloe. 90 4 FOR SAIjK A lot of inside sliutiers in pood condilion. Call at Daily Kegris tor office. tf FOU'SAIK LaiKe two story brk-U Ftore room on First street and Court House square. Now occupied Vy A. Dobrowsky. Second floor completely arraned as family apartment. Airs. H. Hanger. . 91 3 FOR SAL.K Alodel 11-45 lluick six cylinder touring: car. See J. B. Haxter 2nd and Walnut, phone 919. 90 4 FOR - SAX,KS O.- Brown I-horn entfs 1.25 per netting: $J per 100. W. T. Olds, Union City, phone 423 R. 92 4p FOR SAIJ5 Touring car in No. 1 shape; pood tires: a bareain for $350. See 11. W. Montgomery. Richmond. Sitl FOR K.r,K Kentiulcy Red Berkshire Swine: some pxlra nice lumr.u antl i-iltv i. .line enouKii lor service. These are ; t from my chanmion show herd. V. 1 ! HOUSC Turley, Richmond, Ky. 2S1 tf FOR SAL.K An extra koi1 milk cow live years old. full blooded I'oll Auuus. John . Shearer. Red House. 93 (I FARM I0HS I am prepared to build "oiir teViar-eo b-n. M. Ksle-5. i:!l S. , EstiR ave:. ; Richmond. 78 tf WK Buy, ratse, and sen lur-bearinp rabbits, and other l'ur-bearinjj animals. I'lace your order with us and list whatever stock you have with us, stat ing lowest flaf orices on largo ship ments. Address 515-517 N. 1'. Ave, bargo, N. U 7C 28t EXPKRIKNCED SALESMAN WANT ED To travel 20 couiilV;s aroun-i Richmond. Ky., scliin hatsV.Pd cloth ing. . Very best of -rcferencov 'requir ed. Address Cox liat Co.. BristrVy Tenn 8C 12 Wanted Bids On 2 School Houses By order of the County Board of Education, sealed bids will be received till noun Monday, April 19, 1920, for building a two room school house at Big Hill. Also a two room building at Forest Hill. Bidders must be prepared ; to give bond with bid. The right to accept any or re ject .all bids is reserved by tlis Board. Plans and specifications may be seen at "the County Sup erintendent's office at the court B. F. EDWARDS. 78 td Supt. STRAWBERRIES True Fveroearl Strawberry plnnts for sale, $7 per 100. Have nice delicious berries from early spring until ground i freezes. Jt Ij. Martin,, Phone 711 X Richmond. Ky., R. D. 2. 58 lmy p The El Macord o;I company has brought in a flowing we'll Ln, Morgan, county in comparatively new territory. The lease Tarnishing the well is owned by P. C Winn, owner of a large num ber in that district. The oil was struck in this well when the first sand was reached. OIL WELL Williams' Jazz Dance Big dance for colored people at McKee's Rink, Monday, April 2G, 1920. Admission $2 a couple. Given by John D. White and Col lins Wilmore. 92 tf M0YNAHAN & HIGGINS CONTRACTOR- Cl'T STOIVE WORK KX C A VATIlVC Concrete work In nil Un brnnehen. . We secure our stone ii'om the fa mous Marble Crretc qunrry In Jes samine cunr y None ilettcr, - Let nn Hi; 11 re vrith you on laying yoar - Cellars anil Foundations. ' A. T:-'rA: '' r' " ; '' ' ' .7. - 0311 pANTOFT , I EARTH'S MOST AMAZING AC iS lW 'H'CHTSkiSTz ' "" "i"Miiupuiyiiwiiiwijuiif.wiii'ityYyv : PARADE AT 10 A. M. fRKtaiNS THE RSI fHFDWH D00RJ OPEK AT 1 AND 7 PM. PERFORMANCES EEGIN AT 2 AND 8PM ONE . TICKET ADMITS TO ALL . , " W. Down town ticket office show day at II. L. Perry & Son, Main street. General admission and reserved scats at prices charged on circus grounds'. ' f .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. v ' - ' I' ' '''&&! I t , . (' ...n) T7J . -. .1 r.. . I i Clancy . m'' pMd : fQ Kids Wmlt 0BSi -00 A NA -tVtLiO , 3LI'-3S any team r fig. . MTyav 2j?s A JS? H? JN? JN? JX? J? j ii jj 7 xj is 3i W XClA. y TA -i , y4 . ILj 1 .'... '. ; . - " . v .-v . " ' : -'...- ,-'.' ' '.'.... ; . ' " (. - - ; . . , . .- . - i - ........ . - .. .. .. , ... ...... .-:.;...-.. -. - ..:...-.. .-