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;iuiaay Vu'ternoon, April 24 1 920.
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TJH.E "UNXVE R S A L CAR
Whether Cotter Pin or Complete
Overhaul
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You cart get it in our sales and service station. . We are authorized Ford
Dealers. In our stockroom we carry every part that goes into a Ford car or
Ford truck. They're gehuine Ford parts,; too each made of the same tough,
durable Vanadium steel as its counterpart in the Ford car. Our special Ford
repair shop is thoroughly equipped with specially designed tools and up-to-the-minute
machinery so that repairs,, adjustments or complete overhauls for
Ford cats can be handled plr omptly and efficiently.
. Our mechanics who wilLdo the work on your Ford cars, or trucksunder
stand the Ford mechanism and know the right way to tune it up. And for
the work you will pay only the reasonable Ford prices.
We are a part of the Big Ford Family, and not only repair Fords but sell
them as well. We have mere than a passing interest in the service we give
you. Drive to our garage wheayour Ford needs repairing; For safety's sake
have the authorized Ford dealer do it.
There are two authorized Ford dealers in Madison county, distinguished
by the Ford Authorized Sale and Service sign a part of that great Ford
Service organization which was. formed chiefly to put within each community,
dealers who would have mere than a. passing interest ia Ford repairs and ad
justments, who are preyared and equipped to render prompt, careful Ford
Srvice. Insist on Genuine Ford Parts
Incorporated
RICHMOND MOTOR CO., Inc.
1 Richmond Daily Register
M. SAUFXET KOUot an Proprietor
Entered at the postofflps in Rlch
oond aa second clans mall matter
under Act of Congress of 1875.
Subscription Kates
Per' yoar bjr mall -
u months, by mall
Thr months, by mall
-13.00
$2.00
$1.00
SEASON COMING
FOR LIVESTOCK
Political Announcements
The Dally Register la authorised to
announce the following candidates for
oince suDject to the action or tn. .uem
'icratic Darty: .
IFiPcesttTi Fl
Now is the time to eat FISH- Try some. They are fine Newlights, Black Bass,
Brim, Cat Fish, Salmon, Croakers, Mullets, Herring. Also large Salt Fat Mackerel
Men's Fish and
"Help Us Grow"
F"or ConjrrcMi
RALPH GIHBEHT. 6f Shelby County.
.FRANK- RIPY. of Anfleroon county.
; i The Overall Fad
Jim," Allen, of the Cynthiana Demo
crat dosen't. think much of this over
all fad, and it 'strikes us he's pretty j
nearly right about it, as he usually is
on every subject. He takes this view
of it in his paper this week.
This "overall" movement whereby
bankers, clerks, ministers, doctors,
and what-not propose to wear denims
as a protest against the high cost of
clothing, is a foolish fad that means
nothing but harm. Of course the
price of overalls will be advanced as
soon as there is an unusual demand,
and , the faddists will pay for their
foolishness in stuff they don't want
and won't wear for any length of
time, and at the same time increase
the price of garments that men who
need them must buy. The way for the
wellrto-do to cut " the price
of clothes is to wear old clothes iget
the good out of suits that have been
cast " aside.: The way to bring down
the cost of everything is to do with
out what is not needed and quit buy
ing- . ,
The season for shipping livestock
from Madison ' county ia approaching
and there is every indication that the
county, will continue to lead in thin
respect. Livesstock dealers "and buy
ers generally agree that this , will be
a banner year for' stock and prepara-
Iticns are being made for large ship
ments in the near future.
"The season for .' Madison county
will open about the first of July", said
Mr. Brandenburgh, of the stock buy
ing finn of Benton & Brandenburg",
and I expect that it will last until
October. There will be heavy ship
ments of hogs and cattle both to Cin
cinnati and Chicago. This locality
the best in the state of Kentucky
There is evidence of a great number
of hogs, and this will represent
feature of early buying. We expect
to get out several carloads daily, af
ter the season is once under way and
firmly believe that the 'shipments
this year will be the heaviest in years
arid there is no doubt that Madison
countv will finish far in the lead as
usual", i '
New Barnes Home
Is. Nearing Completion
Eugene Barnes, residing west
of the city, will soon be able to
report the completion of his ele
gant twelve-room house which
will be his future home. The
work which started last year and
held up owing to the inability to
get the proper material, is again
under way1 and will soon be com
pleted. This will add another to
the? list of ,elegant residences in
the-country which .characterizes
the county of - Madison.-,tThe
Barnes home will bo modern in
ev-dry-retspftct and iivill- be; very at
tractive, as well as . commodious;
and. comfortable. i nil '
ImcD-ini
us do your hauling, j; we haul any-;
, thing any where
CITY LOT SALE
Albert Powell to D. II. Smith, one
lo't in Berea for $100.
W. D. Denham to Florida Frazier,
lot in Richmond for $1,500.
II. L. Jones to S. H. Ross, lot in
Richmond for $142.
L. O. Lester to John Lakes, lot in
Berea for $2,000. V i
REAL ESTATE TRANSFERS
:R. K. Moberly to Kisle Williams,
acres $140. ' -
W., A. Ogg to P. H. Moore, 9 acres, ,
$1,000.
Charles R. Deuson to Samuel Den
son, 11 acres, $3,000.
Welburn Ellswich to W. B. Turner,
16 acres for $2,294.
Chief of Police Devcre is , on. the
lookout for a number of boys 'said to
have ran away from an institution for
boys at Lexington. None have been
found here.
Young Rabbits Numerous
Charles Handley, living north
of the; city said Friday that he
had never seen so many young
mhhitc; nt this season of the
vear. : "Thev seem to be every if
place," he explained- in comment
ing upon the number of young
bunnies. There will .be great
sport and plenty of it next fall,
he said, speaking of his surprise
at the abundance of the "early
crop of rabbits.' '
LadMI
Look
Telenhepl
There is said lo be 'roQm,in Rich-
TTnnntl fnr a.niiiriher rf addib'nnal men
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IMPORTANT NOTICE
TO SUBSCRIBERS
On and after the 1st day of
May, 1920, the mail subscription
price of the Daily Register will
be $4.00 per year.
Up to May 1 you may have the
privilege of renewing.toj .another
year at S3 a year, co matter
whether your subscription has
expired as yet, or not. ;hV,6tsrj
words, if ycu pay $3 befqio Mky.
1st. and your subscription is now
paid to, say, July 1st, ycu will be
marked paid uri to July ;14 1921.
The fearful cost . of paper and
greats scarcity at any price makes
this increase absolutely necessary
Look
Spring Suit Sale
We are offering our complete line of Ladies Suits
in Tricotines and Serges, including a large line of
stouts in this sale. If you are contemplatng buying a
suit, now is the time.
$69 to $79 Suits, Sale Price. $55.00
$59.50 Suits, Sale Price $49.50
$49.50 Suits, Sale Price $39.50
$39.50 Suits, Sale Price $29.75
$35.0Q Suits, Sale Price $25.00
This is an opportunity' you can't afford to miss,
! being iust at the, time new fresh stocks are arriving.
i All ( go in this sale. bale starts Monday, the ltn.
I Gomel eaily fcefoteithey aje picked oyeru ;Uj
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DAY, MAY 4th 1920
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10 O'CLOCK -(RAIN OR SHINE) I
This little farm recently purchased by M. A. Collins, and ALL in grass. " r ' -
It is ALL TOBACCO LAND vNuff said." - x .
LOCATION One mile from Richmond on Big Hill pike Dixie Highway. Long frontage on pike. A" number of Beautiful Building Sites.
Will be SUBDIVIDED and sold to the "High Dollar" in a numbe r of tracts Some 2 acre tracts 5 acre tracts 1 0 to 25 acre
tracts. But remember I always sell to suit the purchasers and you can buy just the number of acres' you want.
. Buy this land for a home, for investment, or speculation-: ' ;
A money maker any way you hand!e it. Remember Swinebroad ALWAYS SELLS."
. Attend this salcand see how he does it. A square deal 'to-everybody. Will be sold without reserve, by-bid or limit- .;
Look at this land is all I ask. ' , It speaks for itself. It will appeal to ydu. . Remember the date. Will be sold on easy terms.
LUSTER,
KENTUCKY
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