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THe RicKmond Daily Register, RicKmorTd, Madison County, - Friday Afternoon, June 4, 1920
AN ORDINANCE ff m 1! DAI Money well spent is money saved. : 'f:Jv-ir---f Wise people will spend their money wisely. - -' You are wise and will take advantage of our Great Money Saving Tire Sale now on, and will continue for a short time only, until our present "good buy" list, is ex hausted. Wholesale prices' to consumer. fSli';. L 30x3 Firestone Tires $ 1 3.00 30x3 Kelly Springfield 30x3 1-2 Non-Skid Firestone .$1 5.00 Kant Slip $1 7.95 32x3 1 -2 Kelly Kant Slip . $26.00 30x3 1 -2 Goodyear Molded 32x4 Kelly Kant Slip $35.90 Tread $16.00 30x3 Kok omo Tires $14.25 30x3 1 -2 Lee Regular $20 83 30x3 1-2 Kelly Kant Slip $21.90 33x4 Kelly Kant Slip $36.90 31x4Kokomo $28.13 31x4 Gordon Low Traction $28.00 34x4 Kelly Kant Slip $37.90 , . All above fabric tires are brands known to the public and need no intro duction. 4- V- ''"XA. ' ' ' 33x4 Lee Cord $47.15 34x4 j Kettj Cord : I . $48.00 If you have bought a tire lately you , will know that these prices are greatly reduced and if you are buying tires wholesale, "you know these tires are priced to day cheaper, than they can be bought wholesale and if you are a judge in any vay of tire values you will readily see that a good buy should save you good hard earn ed money. There is but one way for you to profit from this sale and that is to come to our place and let us deliver the goods and then it will be . K : Let it be ever in your mind that we have one of the bestequipped mechanical shops in the city of Richmond and that we have in our shop a lot of the best me chanics that ever put a wrench to a car. We have a stock of car parts an complete 1 as any line in this part of Kentucky, and we can do the work for you and do it R now ' ' ' ' . " I .DOING HER "More than a year ago I took a course of Mayr's Wonderful Remedy for gall stones, severe colic and stomach trouble and have been entirely well ever since. I have recommended it to many other stomach sufferers, as I felt it was my duty to tell them just how much good it has done me." It is a simple, harmless prepar tion that removes the catarrhal mucus irom the intestinal tract, and allays the inflammation that causes practically all stomach, liver, nd intestinal ailments, in cluding appcndicitis.One dose will convince --moneyFe funded" H. L. Perry & Son, and druggists everywhere. TV PANOLA ':;.';' . Due to the threatening condition of the-weather memorial' services were very short at the. lied Kill cemetery Sunday, although a large ate-ndance was present. Ohenault Gentry, of Wichita, Kans., risited friends here last week. Mr. and Mrs. Harve Eracher were guests of Mr. and Mrs. M. A. Logsdon Sunday. - Miss Lottie Barnes, of Richmond, has teen the guest of friends here for a "cv; days. - ReVi-'WvVi. -Wilkinson, of Lexing ton, was here Monday, en route to Ir vine. MrsHarry Wells has returned home after a short visit with her parents here. - " Misses Mollie and Mattie Broaddus were at Waco, Monday. Mrs. Charles Berryman was here Sunday. Moherly & Logsdon have received their new mill and are well supplied with work, apparently. Miss Linda Sanders, of Bradshaw Mills, was a recent visitor in Richmond. S3 m i1 Tlfn - 1. ; r-: : it is not now mucn vou lspend---but what you . get tor your money .TRADED MARK for Young Men -are insured! - K hey embrace style's latest ideas; fabrics tailored by hand; fully protected by the Gold Bond Certificate - of Guarantee. Popularly Priced H amilton rothers Be it ordained by the Mayor and the Board of Council of the City of Rich mond, Kentucky, that the ad valorem tax levy for- the City o Richmond, Kentucky, for the fiscal year begin ning July 1, 1920 and ending June. 30, 1921 be and the same is hereby fixed at one dollar and eighty " five cents ($1.85) on each one hundred dollars worth of property within the City of Richmond, made taxable by law, di vided as follows: ' . That there be and is hereby levied for educational purposes for the year 1020-1921 an ad valorem tax of 72 cents on each one hundred' dollars worth of property within the City of Richmond, made taxable by law, said levy for educational purposes not to exceed the budget of the School Board the excess, if any arises above said sum to be turned back into the Gener al Fund. That there be and there is hereby levied for School Bond Sinking Fund purposes for the year 1920-1921 an ad valorem tax of three cents on each and every one hundred dollars worth of property within the City of Richmond made taxable by law. That there be and is hereby levied for Street and Sewer Bond Sinking Fund purposes for the year 1920-1921 an ad valorem tax of thirty-five cents on each and every one hundred dollars worth of property, within the City of Richmond made taxable by law. That there be and is hereby levied for General Purposes for - the' year 1920-1921 an advalorem tax of seventy-five cents on each and every one hundred dollars worth of property within the City of Richmond, made taxable by law, i! SAVE TIME AND IT LABOR Albert Knoepkc, Moccasin, Montana, says: "I would rather quit the ranch ?han do without Delco-Light. It saves at least 14 hours per week in labor, at a co-l j approximately $1.25 per month." - MADISON ELECTRICAL PLUMBING CO. Write for catiTosr Three high school-teachers 3,500 Fifteen grade teachers 13,500 Manual training & truant officer 1,200 Janitors for white schools: 1,500 Janitor for colored school 450 Coal : '. 2,500 Water and lightJ . 475 School supplies - , 400 Chemistry and physics supplies- 200 Library . 100 Insurance . 500 Principal of Colored school. 1,300 Eight grade teachers, colored 4,500 Domestic Science, colored- , C30 And there shall be a head, or poll K Music, colored 630 tax for general municipal purposes . Manual training, colored 720 2 High School teachers, colored- 1,350 Building and repairs 12,500 i ' Total $49,955 Siale rcheol fund $7,000 . From tuition 500 7,500 for said city for the year 1920-1921 of one dollar and fifty cents upon every citizen over 21 years of age of said city.. And a penalty of ten per cent and also interest at the rate of six per cent per annum shall be added to and collected on all taxes unpaid after November 1, 1920. That the excess in; any of the ab.o funds not otherwise ' appropriated, if any : arises, shall btoedbacWjtw; the General Fundi ! L. P. EVANS, Mayor,! Attest: W. E. Biantbri,1 Clerk. '- June 3, 1920. lc,Fsafh'ifch troubles, biliousness and con STATEMENT ' ANIT BUDdET OF THE BOARD OF EDUCATION1 jJ! OF RICHMOND, KYv-- To the Honorable Mayor and Board . . of Council in and for the City of Richmond, Kentucky: We do hereby certify that the Board of Education in and for the City of Richmond, Kentucky, on Tuesday, June 1, 1920, at a regular meeting of said board with a full membership present had submitted to and passed by said Board by unanimous vote the following resolution: "Whereas said Board of Education at a meeting held on June 1, 1920 in th2 City of Richmond, having under consideration a budget of estimated expenses for the running and mainte nance of the system of public schools for said city for the year 1920-21 in cluding all the estimated needs of the giade and high schools for said school year, and having thoroughly studied and discussed the report of the Bud get Committee prepared by Judge Chenault, John Noland, Supt John Howard Payne, Z. T. Rice and H. G. Sandlin, and whereas, said Board be ing advised as to the assesstment of property in said city subject to school tax for the . year 1920, and, all other probable sources of revenue and where as it is the unanimous opinion of said Board that an advalorem . tax of seventy-five cents cn each one , hundred dollars worth of taxable property will bo necessary in order to "defray all expenses of said school, including a sinking fund, repairs" arid ,' improve ments, now therefore, be it Resolved, and it is hereby ordered by said Board that a levy- of seventy five cents be and is hereby made on each one hundred dollars worth of tax able property, real and! personal, lo cated in said city, for the purpose of defraying the expenses . of supporting and maintaining the public schools of said citjr for the school year 1920-21 and for meeting the expenses of all necessary buildings and repairs and to provide a sinking fund to retire bonds now outstanding against said city for school purposes, andTit is fur ther ordered that a copy of this reso lution be spread upon the minutes of the Board together with a copy of the budget of estimated expenses and that a copy of said resolution together with said budget of estimated expenses be arid the same is hereby certified to the Mayor and Board of Council of the City of Richmond for. their action as by law directed.", JOHN NOLAND, Chairman Board of Education for the City of Richmond, Kentucky. v Attest: nJohn Howard Payne,; Secre- tary for Board, of. Education for City of Richmond, Kentucky!. '" School Budget, for 1920 and-1921 Superintendent's salary $ 2,200 High School Principal's salary. 1,800 siipatiori .1 have ever used. . I have 'aV:eri them off and on for two or'thi-ee yar' and thoy always relieve indiges- ftfMl jtorie up the liver arid, make, me feel fpe." . - ' jun Ua'lance $42,455 Besj; Remedy For Stomach Trouble "t lam always pleased, to have - the liisi&vtunity .to ay a good word " for "Clianhberlain's Tablets," writes Mrs. Mamie Terteli;1 cf Moberly, :Mo.,' "1 flh'hlj they are the best remedy for Lawn mower thieves' are the latest in Louisvilie." Stolen' evidently by some; one who has considerable push. PROGRESS 'iN MEDICAL. RESEARCH fesmachyourComfirt Certain thru,- EOEND- Which spreads its influence upon the nerves, cords and ligaments in volved, rendering them pliant to read' y yield to nature's demand. , There is an absence of . bearing-down pains, strain and general discomfort, more often than otherwise experienced when nature is unaided. Mother' Friend is used 'externally. ' At all Druggists. Special Booklet on Motherhood and Baby free. rtidScIil Regulator Co. Dent. F-9, Atlanta, Ga. NAFORE" Famous Gilbert and Sullivan Light Opera PI Gomplete Production Including Chorus and Orchestra Special Lighting and Scenic Effects 5th Night v " Redpatli Ghaiitanqua Just One of 15 Big Attractions Season Tickets $2.75 Plus 10 fr Tax 1REDPATH CHAUTAUQUA Chautauqua Week Here June 30 to July 7 The Biggest Sale conducted ini For the Relief of Rheumatic Pains f. ; Richmond since the war now on Stsmifer's.rA liberal disccunt cf 20 per cent cn Men's and Boys' Clothing. 1 - Eugene V. Debs kissed the dele gates who informed him of his sclec tion for president. Gee! When you have stiffness and sore ness cf musccls, aching joints and find it difficult to move without pain try massaging the affected parts with Chamberlain's Liniment. It will re 1 ieve the pain and make rest and .sleep possible. .... Jun We know houses are scarce, but you i can render a service by ig any property you.have for sale. See Freeman Realty Co. V. B. Freeman L. W. Dunbar '" F. P. Caldwell Phone 211 . OfiBce Over Citizen' National Bank Pull Together for an American "'Merchant. Marine The war resulted in the creation of a preat merchant marine 10,000,000 tons of American ships which cost us 3,000,000,000. ' Everybody agrees that ws must keep this fleet on the seas. If we fall back to pre-war conditions when only 9 per tfent of our foreign trade was carried in American ships We shall be in the position of a department store whose goods are delivered in its competitor's wagons. Congress is considering legislation which will perpetuate our war-built merchant marine. Until this is done the ships we have should not be sold to face conditions which, prior to the war, resulted in the . decline of our merchant marine to insignificance. Tills Committee culls attention to these facts because a right solution of our shipping problem is vital to the future prosperity of shipbuilding, but equally vital to the safety and prosperity of the nation. Send for free copy of "For an American Merchant Marine." Committee of American . Shipbuilders 30 CHURCH We are paying highest marke price we ream Bring what you have to our office on Armer street just half a square from East Main, and GET: I Watch for the opening date of our splendid Ice Cream Factory. , Richmond Ice Cream Co. Agents for Swift & Co.