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The Richmond Daily Register Richmond, Madison County, 3&fsss? Afternoon, April-2, 1 920.
age rour SEASON 1920 WALKING PRINCE Now Registered As SEASON 1920. todd Mcdonald, 8621 will make the season at my barn at $ 1 5 to Insure a Living Coli This horse is a chestnut sorrel, full 16 hands high, fine style and action, weighs 1,200 pounds, and a natural saddle horse. He was sired by Star McDonald, one of the best sons of Rex. McDonald, the greatest saddle stallion in America. I desire to breed him to Rex Peavine mares. At the same time and place I will stand my Jack SAM TOM a pretty gray animal, at $3 to insure a Living Colt He is a good breeder with big bone. Will also stand my Jack BIG HENS ON formerly owned by W. L. Graham, of Salvisa, Ky. Tliis Jack is registered, and it is claimed he is the best Jack in Mercer county. Will make the present season at $12 to Insure a Living Colt Big Uenson was sired by Thompson's Wonder, he by Gov. Woo 1, Xo. 2095, he by Gov. Wood, Xo. 33. You'll make u mistake in breeding to this Jack. For further information write or call R. A. COSBY, Red Hcuse, Kentucky HIGHEST PRICE X TL ;i n v s 1 1 a-j CREAM V t wjii -pay you hish a- the highest price in Ri hmond fcr or CR;1:.M ail the time and h'. r when tfte rcarkei will stand it and will r ...jy hcncii weivfct riJ Lest all the time. : rj r-ny ycu tht top of ihc :r.arkct for your ' m a j 1 THE TIME ... our Crca::;.r- oHcw the Blue Cans . i; -.he W&v.v Tor:?"- Across strict from Zar- bilLHSflLIUL ::( and Operated hy -rmo.ur ev Company. RICHMOND, KENTUCKY r Under New Management . T 2 Si ft p T in AAA We can save ycu money cn seeds In large or email quantities.. - Ccrrte m Monday and get our samples and prices before placing your order. We remind ycu of our GROCERY DEPARTMENT in til i s ccmplsfer-ess. Every staple article can Le fcund at cur store and vs csn save you money cn ycur purchases. 5H 3 MAGNIFICENT STEAMERS 3 The Great Ship 'SEEAND3EE" "CITY OF ERIM "CITY OF DUFFALO" CLEVE JLA;i Daily, 3Iay let to Nov, 15ih leave Clevtlaso - 0:00 P. M. I F.Arnr.R J in? Btppai.o - 0:00 P.M. Arrive Buffalo - 7:0 A. At. STANr..:u Timk i Arrirr C!.mv:-:t atjtt 7:30 A. M. Conneetifms nt rrTafo for Nia;r?ra Fails raid all Eastern anrj Canadian points. Ralroad tir.Uefa reading between Cltv?Ind and ;uiT-io urn gorxl for tmn?;xirt-it!in on o-;r Pf-imora. Ask your titrk'- Rort rr Am- ican E?pi-es. A ycnl for r:cki ts v:a & ii. i,ire. Nrw Toiu-it Automobile ilato Ivocnd Trip, -with 2 days return limit, for cars not exct-cdii 3J7 in., wlieeibusc iioaiitiiui.y col -rti ao!.on.a' p jzzi; e nnrt ot" Tbc (rreat chip itUk;A.-fUi' ecst co receipt of fiv? rnvti. '3T"rk f'TO'jr Et-nnw r iioriril ar.d d'rTtive b-vkfr.t fr. The Ceve!ar.d & Btiffalo transit Comp3ay "SEEAriD BE E - ;! ' iiia -u :,tri Auur- t i t passe dt waters espec i - of :!wvor'l. fWins tlel'-Trj.:;'.: B 1 ii pra ir. &sfa m m tl m Just the sort you want for that tobacco barn or a house 1W a Fhcne 33 Waco tea R. D.3 RICHMOND, KY HEARD ABOUT TOWN D. C. Metcalf, of Stanford, is in town taking a business census for the government. lie is get ting complete statistics of every commercial enterprise. This work is part of the regular census of 1920. Metcalf has seven counties in his district, Madison, Lincoln, Boyle, Garrard, Wayne, Pulaski and Rockcastle. Mrs. C. D. Chenault ,of Lexing ton, who is a member of the lo cal D. A. R. chapter, is being ur ged for high honors at the nation al convention at Washington. A dispatch said: Kentucky women attending the D. A. R. Continen tal Congress have started out with vim to put across Mrs. C. D. Chenault, of Lexington, as can didate for vice president general Seven vice presidents are to be filled and there are 13 contest ants. Mrs. Chenault is receiving very friendly treatment from the Washington papers. The Wash ington Herald said: Mrs. Che nault is a leader in the social and literary life of the Blue Grass state. She organized a chapter in Richmond, Ky., composed en tirely of members of her hus band's family. The Shelby County Board of Education will pay its teachers the following salary scale the en suing year: High School principal $1,000 to $1,850; teachers in the I high shcools $85 to $100 a month : grade teachers $75 to $90. PUSH PLANS Ft SOLDIER RELIEF (By Associated 1'ress Washington, April 21 After n conference .today the republican leaders in the House said that sol dier relief legislation would be taken up in the House May 3rd, under the suspension of rules with debate limited to forty, min utes. It is also said that "insur gent'r republicans could not block the original plan'. The Ways and Meanj Committee expected ' re port pt a ; composite, bill to the House next web, - providing for a cash compensation of $1.25 -per day for each day's service, ex chldi'ng the-first two'months. The leaders. also expressed the belief that gross jsales. of tax. plan to raise the necessary funds av i 1 1 be approved. Smaller Cars -and the WqrlcPs Most Popular Tires No tires bearing the Goodyear name, not even the famous Goodyear Cords which equip the world's highest-priced cars, embody a higher relative value than do Goodyear Tires in the 30x3-, 30x3V2-, and 31x4-inch skes. In these tires owners of Ford, Chevrolet, Dort, Maxwell and other cars taking the above sizes are afforded a measure of per formance and service such as only the world's largest tire factory devoted to these sizes can supply. All that this company's experience and methods have accomplished in these tires is available to you now at the nearest Goodyear Service Station. Go to this Service Station Dealer for these tires, and for Goodyear Heavy Tourist Tubes. He has them. v Sri 30 x3'k Goodyear Double-Cure $''150 Fabric, All-Weather Tread JLO 30 i raDn 3'2 Goodyear Single-Cure j J -i 50 ! ' tube ic, Anti-Skid Tread...L.l Li X. " . ; proof bag Goodyear Heavy Tourist Tubes arc thick, strong tubes that reinforce casings properly. Why risk a good casing with a cheap tube; Ooodyear Heavy lounst lubes cost utue more than tubes of less merit. 30x3y2 size in water' MANY COMPLAINT F PROFITEERS (Dy Associated rr-s;-.) New York, April 21 A. W. Riley, chief of the "Flying Squardron" of the Department of Justice, whose campaign so far has resulted in the conviction of 107 profiteers with fines ranging from $50 to $2,500 and im prisonment fiom one day to two years, has uncovered a number of surprising commodities for which dealers are said to be asking cxoibitant prices. Com plaints of alleged "gouging" in almost everything from pickles to rouge and from lemonade to whiskey are being reported to .Mr. Riley by New York consumers. One man who had paid $1.15 to a restauranteur for a tiny steak and six small pieces of French fried pottoes, didn't stop to eat them but glanced at his check, took a news paper he had been reading, wrapped up his "meal'" and brought it to the Federal prosecutor. Some of the letters of complaint were amusing, others pathetic. All, however, showed the seriousness of the present era of high prices. One indignant citizen wrote: "You ought to investigate , 's fish market in Brooklyn. He's a modem .Jesse James. What do ycu think of 90 cents a pound for samon and 60 cents for sea bass?" The chief of the "Flying Squadron" has received complaints of such ex amples of alleged profiteering as fol lows: Drug store whisky at $5 a pint and $2 more for doctor's prescription; canary birds $20 to $25 and $3 to $18 for a cage; lemonade, served at a hotel dance and said to have been "weak" $1 a glass; rouge $1 to $3 a box for "imported" brands; that fish during Lent rose from 20 cents to $1 a pound in some New York markets; prunes, three for 10 cents in a popular restaurant; peanut oil, sold as "olive oil", $4 a quart; anthracite coal $15 instead of $9.50 ton in Nyack, N. Y., because the miners were grant ed a wage increase of 50 cents a ton. There are .41 producing wells in the Menefee county oil field and other wells drilling. (New operations are ex tensive and new operators are coming Into the field almost daily. Joseph W. Bower, a school teacher at Shelbyville sustained serious in juries Tuesday as the result of an automobile accident. I ;l.; ....i;,,," " 'h' ' ' rf-r'----. " M,,ww,iJ J in - n i rniiTrtniiiniiiiinTir " i ir . SELLS THE-FAMOUS GOODYEAR TIRES AND HAS ALL SIZES IN STOCK. ORDER YOURS TODAY. BEAUTY iS REFLECTED HEALTH 'GccJ Lcoking" Means the Op posite of Sick Locking IT'S A MATTER OF RED BLOOD CELLS Pc?tr-Mansrr.n Makes .Rich Re Blocd Builds Up People Who Lack Vitality If your body is sound and ytuif. blood is rich and red, your acts and thoughts will be quick and strong. ' Let your blood get weak and your food won't nourish you nor your sleep refresh you. - Too much bard work, an illness or a mental strain can thin your blood down and Pepto-Mangan is needed to .brin.tr it back to healthy normal condition. Knowing this, doctors for years have recommended Glide's Pepto Mangan because of its blood building and tonic properties. Pepto-Mangari is such a simple and harmless tonic, yet such a prompt builder of red blood, that its reputation has spread all over the country. Today every drug gist sells it and thousands of inert and women use it as a restorative whenever they or their children, seem to feci below par. Pepto-Mangan agrees with the most delicate stomach, and is obr tainable in either liquid or, tablet form. . Be sure the name "GudeV is on the package, when you buy Pepto-Mangan. Ask the druggist for "Glide's." If "Gude's" is not on the package, it is not Pepto Mangan. ' It No StorEi Damage Here The severe wind and rain storm which passed over Madison coun ty late Tuesday night wrought no material damage, as! far as is kumvn. Telephone reports to various parts of the .county 'nought intelligence to the effect h it with the exception of a few -.liuill buildings of minor import, no damage was done., . In other ocalities. however, . the wind reached thi velocity of a gale, and :onsiderable damage resulted to n?a!l buildings, and shrubbery. .-. Title ot Duke. The title of duke, the highest order of. the P.ritish peerage, was first intro rlnced in 1337. and the Black Prince the 'son of Kd ward III of England, was the first duke, under the title of the duke of Cornwall. The fir.;t baby show in the United Slates was held at Springfield, Ohio, on October 14, 1854. 3 n When everything is said . and done, you'll have to, admit that Rookwood coffee is just about the best coltee you ever tasted. Prove it to yourself by buying Rookwood today from LV B. Mc Kinney & Co. ' 82-6t i skey Sesmen f ention Here is; the- opportunity . "you are' looking for. It enables! you to make more money than you ,evef have made before. A few live-wire salesmen- are now needed to present a strictly high class proposition to the public and offers excel lent money making pos sibilities. Write at once for particulars. Address Courier-Journal LOUISVILLE, KY Box 0-346. DR. O. F. HUME Surgerv and X-Ray ; -Office over PerryV Drug Store Goodbye Punctures Before you have the experience of again changing tires, and nlrnost breaking your back in the snow, ice, rain or boiling sun, install Compres sion Tubes in your tires for the long run without punctures; 30,000 miles with one inflation. "Under test increase easing mileage 20 to T0. Sold under a guarantee. Design, pure guin and air only. Puncture closing, full resilience, no pinching, no rim cuts. DEALERS and REPRESENTATIVES WANTED IN EACH COMMUNITY. IN KENTUCKY Address with references U. S. Compression Inner Tube Co. 709 REALTY BLDG., LOUISVILLE, KY. Bargains in hoes For The Whole Familv Try Our Grocery Department UNION SUPPLY COMPANY EKS5B Walsh Tailoring Co. All patterns exclusive with me. . Personal attention from the. proprietor for every cus . tomer. . .... OS Careful attention to every detail- and the very best clothes' possible to produced ' Are you the. kind of a man that kind of service ap , peals to? ' " " ' i ,v ; My new. spring and summer su-itings for your choosing a pattern. r :;;';.WAIaSH. v LOUISVILLE, KY.