view raw text

date (1922-12-22) newspaper_issue 

STER 



— 





As Part 
To Put rfis 

come Back Into \ 
try—To Buy C i 
Fields In PikcJ 4 
County 



Brew Kicking 

Out Four Professors 

taleigh, N. C Dec. 22— Res- 
lation of four instructors at 
 rth Carolina State College of 
iriculture and Engineering 
re have been requested as a 
kilt of charges that they 
j nWde home brew in their rooms. 

; «* 

announce:nent today, declined to 
\ give further details except to 
confirm reports that the action 
fallowed an investigation by stu- 
dents 




W. C. Riddick. president of 
the institution, in making this 



• 



Richmond, Madison County, Ky., Kriday, December 22, 1 922. 

-i _ 



Price Five Cents 



ALUMNI DROP TWO 
GAMES TO MADISON 



Local High School Boys Win 
Easy 19 To 11 Victory 
— Girls 4 To 1 



DAN CUPID BUSY 
AT JOYOUS YULETIDE 

(i:y Associated l'reae' 

Detroit, Mich.. Dec. 22— Hen- j ~~ 
Fold's decision to coitsruct Hie approach of Christinas 
a $6.0 X).000 plant near qtcagol seems to have inspired Dan Cu- 
for building automobile. 4 Todies | pjd to work harder as there 
and assembling automobil-s is I j iave j )Cen thirteen marriage li- 



r\ 



Madison Hi scored a double 
victory in basketball Thursday 
bight when the girls won oyer 
the Alumni by a score of 4 to l,j 
while the boys were victors in ! 
their game by 19 to 11. l!oth of 
the games we're hard fought 
with the Madison teams having 
the edge on the former stars. 
Boys' Game 
The Madison boys won their 
second straight victory in cap: 
turing their contest by the 19 
to 11 count. The Alumni took] 
the lead in the first few 1 min- 
utes when Kunkle ma le a dan- 1 



rrio-nntir hiOSTai c i running shot under the has 

m a step in a gigantic pr-y^m issued from the ofhec ot 

....... ,.t t? 1 Vlntfir . J\«_l. 



1!. Turlev 



Three or four j an easy goal 



v'thc part oithe Ford Motor 
fhnpany "that will rank'as one 
Ethe greatest industrial devel- 
fhients the world [haf ever 
,' wh." it tfas stated at the 

#id Company's offices "fe to- (ions. Those issued this week ' Bot tu 1,e overcome 
Jv. The statement s#d: /are as. follows: ,' was somewhat rougher than iis- 

, ^ •'The fundamental idea is to( Kance Lawson. 22, of Kirks- ! » ai - Neither team added fame 
I create more iobs." V/ked howjville. son of Lark Lawson, and by good passing but the Madi- 
the Ford development program j Lucy Belle Lear. 10, of Kirks- son boys were slightly superior, 
might go on the answer was" 



County Clenk \\ 
far this week, 
is the average number 
weekly under normal 



he score was tied in a 
so .fc\v seconds when Higgins shot 

Gentry added a 
issued mcc one f*"om the field vwlv'ch 
condi- i gave (he Madison five a lead! 

The game | 



Weather 



A BUSINESS MAN FOR GOVERNOR 

tFrom Wiimore Entei-pri.se) 
Speaking of a' business man for Governor, what is; the 
matter with Judge \Y. R. Shackelford, of Richmond. Circuit 
Judge, who has'demons^^d an ability to run a difficult and 

that has won the admiration and 
■who believe in justice admin- 
. 6 ' to the law and evidence be- 



Forc 



BALLARD TRIALS 



exacting office in a ma 
confidence of those 
isteied impartially, £* 
fore him. 

If administerin 




as it is written and prescribed, 



Eord himself did/n *f ;»""\v, "but 
he does feel tKai^.s jfast as he 
makes money he is morally 
bound to put that 'honey back 
into industry to provide mere 
families with incomes and en- 
hance the prosperity of the en- 
tire country." Meanwhile large 
plant- are also projected near 
Acw Orleans and St. Louis. 



ville. daughter of J. M. Lear, j Talton Stone made a field goal 
II. Bennett Farris, son of E.,and the Madison boys shot four 
C Karris, and Mrs. R. O. Lack- 1 iotH which left the score 8 to 
cy. daughter of J. R. Buckwal-' 4 at the close of the first peri 
tcr. 



od 



I 
v 



Ford To Buy Fike 

Coun:y Coal Lands 

(Dy A*s    i.!tid Tress) 

Xew York. ■ Dec. 22 — Henry 
Lord is negotiating for the pur- 
chase of the coal lands, mining 
plants and equipment of the 



Marion C Hagan. 21 .of Lan-' 1" the second period only one 
caster, son of Smith I lagan. and|n«W tf (,al \ vas made which was 

tossed by Larle Jones. The ball 
was passed freely in the center! 
of the floor but when a team ad- 
vanced to the 15 foot mark it 
was usually broken up and re- 
turned down the floor. The 
guarding during the period was 
super!  . 

The high school boys demon- 
strated in the last period why 
they won the game. They pass- 
ed well ,using this mainly in 



Adda Jo Wagers, 17. of Kirks- 
ville. daughter of C. P. Wagers. 

Arthur' Pursi full. 17. of Rich- 
mond, sort of L. F. Pursifull, 
and Jane Fox. 24. of Sha le, 
daughter of Marshall Fox. 

McKinley Brock, 21. of Red 
House, son of Lath Brock, and 
Xlancy Thomas. 25. of Red 
House, daughter of J. C. Thom- 
as. 1 
Shirley Richmond. 25. of Be- 



rea, son of Sam Richmond, and scoring their four field goals. 



1'cnd Creek  A.al Company in - _ 

Pike count v. KV.. it was an-| Anna Wathen, 23, of Berea. Captain Llouse came to hte an 1 
nouncel here today bv T. I!. Da- daughter of Lige Wathen. caged two baskets. He follow- 

vis, president ot the coal con- 1 Earl H. Doyle. 20. of Pans, ed the ball well and took ad- 
eem. He said the negotiations, 

• nd 1 lurst. 
the Alum- 



according to the letter and intent. is indeed a business— and 
we hold that it is the highest and most vital business in this 
government f"day — then Judge Shackelford measures up to 
the full requirements of a business man. For this judge's" 
court represents the best traditions of duty and enforce- 
ment  »f its demands. 

Judge Shackelford wears no collar on or off the bench. 
Nobody knows this better than his personal friends. He 
(Mil) knows his duty a:; he sees it in a peculiarly clear and 
forceful manner. A just and well informed, judge, who may 
— and docs — temper justice with reasonable and proper 
inert .y, but who knows neither .class nor distinction before 
his bar he has won favor in his own circuit, and far beyond 
it. as an upright, fearless, competent man to whom duty is 
a guide and its enforcement a law. He ha.; thus won the 
respect and confidence of men and women who believe a 
clean judge is the last resort for citizenship. 

And what is the Governor of this, or any other state. 
Hut a judge who measures and balances. His decision is the 
final word in a large part of the questions that rise up to 
help or Vex a people ; whose ability to decide rightly, and 
whose nerve to enforce decision, make the State executive a 
lever for good government. And what business training is 
better for this position than the large experience gained on 
a bench where all sides of a case have to be presented, where 
study and knowledge of each ease is essential and where de- 
cision must be made impartially and without regard to per- 
sonal desires or political demands. 

We have wateb'.-d Judge Shickeliord's course ; on the 
bench and have noted the confidence it has inspired in the 
clean-cut, straight hewing to the line of duty it has exempli- 
fied. We have been struck with the unprejudiced adminis- 
tration of his office and the respect it has inspired in his court 
We believe his ability is unquestioned and his integrity un- 
disputed We further believe that such training as his office 
gives, added to this ability and integrity, is an excellent 
business asset for the duties of a governor unfettered by al- 
liance and free from any entanglements or machines. 

This article is written without the knowledge, and so far 
as we know, the consent of Mr. Shackelford. He has given 
no evidence, to  ur knowledge, that he wants the office of 
Governor, or would be a candidate for it. Nevertheless it 
is written. It is the expression of the editor of this paper as 
his belief, that if the people of Kentucky really want a good 
"business man" for governor, here is one. and tin-, paper, 
with the light that it now has, would be glad to give him such 
support as it might in the event he became a candidate before 
his party. 



recast 

Fair tonight and Saturdav , 
slightly warmer tonight in the! OCT fflfj 1 AMI) ARY   

north and extreme west por- j OL I rUlUHHUnll S  J 

tions. ♦ 

Father c f Two Menifee Ccunty 
'Shiners Admits He's Guilty 
in Part." 



Friday's Livestock Markets 

Cincinnati. Dec. 22 — Hogs 4. 



SCO; heavies, packers, medium % 
lights and pigs $8.75: sows $7: 
stags $5; 7C0 cattle, stead}-; 



Lexington. Ky., Dec. 22 — Ex- 
amining trial of Charles Ballard, 
calves & to blxoO; sheep $i to , ff Ba , !ard Aihert Ba n ar d, Joe 
$6; lambs $9 to $14. Chrca- r . _ w; ,i r.  r , rn . nn am i fid 



and Ld 
or more 



go 34,000 hogs. $8.10; 4.5C0 eat- rgjg 

tle : . ... 00 .^. charges .resulting from inoon- 

Lonisvdle, Dec. 22— ( attic IX. sninc rai(} , in Men.ifee county in 
active; hogs 1.200, steady; sheep u . hjch thr ^ federal officers and 



3C0. steady 



all 



unchanged. 



CLAUDE MINOR 

IS HELD OVE! 



Danville, Ky., Dec. 22 — Claude 



, Bob Ballard; -alleged leader of 
'an outlaw band, were killed, has 
been set for January 2. The trial 
; will be held here in the court- 
\x house. 

!; Charles Ballard, who surren- 
dered to Sherift Ben Wells, of 
I Menifee county, after the fatal 
, batle of last Friday in which 
Prohibition Agent Guy (sole and 
Bob Ballard were killed, was not 
brought from the jail, his con- 
dition from wounds received in 
the fight being such that he 
could not go to the federal 
building . 

The other five defendants were 
remanded to the county jail 
without bond b\ United States 
Commissioner W. H. Wood, of 
.to await their cx- 



\ 



H  .aid the negotiations! son of Alfred Doyle .and Willie vantage ot every opoprtumtv 
ivilfc** ^mpldN before (he end ^ Deatherage. 21. ot Red Cumbert. L Stone am 



11 



D. Minor, charged with making 
false entries in the books of the 
Peoples Bank and Trust Co.. 
which was closed by State 
Banking Department October 2. 
and of wrongfully converting 
property belonging to another, 
was given an examining trial by 
County Judge George W. Coul- 
ter Thursday morning. His 
bond was fixed at $4,500 for his 
appearance in the January term Mt~"sterlini 
of circuit court . ambling trial 

Witnesses tor tnc Common-! A „ cxccpt j tff enter . 
wealth were J. M. Smith, special^ |)ieas of not wnen the 

banking commissioner, Jordan warrant charging them with the 
Mays ami Gilbert White, assist,- various offenses was read, 
ant cashier and George A.j j e ff Baflard, 59, father of 
Hughes, who left his Libertyj Bob, Charles, apd Albert Ballard, 
bonds at the bank for safe keep- : u j 1cn HS k e( i wnat j us p]^ to t h e 
ing and ,vas unable to secure warrant was. answered: 
their return. j "I plead guilty to sonic of it." 

Smith, who is winrliufy 1111 the: r»!T ^11 t, , 

affairs of the 

to the false entries wherein the 'was that he took 



*   \ the waiyf^ivis said he is-j r 
4e^». 4%e.j the, .■*Wjte.i:*n* in view o/j.. e 



I House, daughter of John Death- threw field goals for 



1 age. 



111. 



Thi 



s was the last game be- ( 



runio'-s current in tin press audi Harry Sebastian. 16. of Rich- fore the Christmas holidays and 
in ' order that' our stockholders! "oni son of J. W. Sebastian, was witnessed by a good crowd. 



might be cf'ri'ectly informed 
#b* ut what: is transpiring." He 
said all the ctnipany's lands and 
equipment in Pike county are 
Concerned m t !: c impendiinj 
transactio.i. 



J, C. CHENAULT WRITES i READY FOR CITY'S 
ON DRY QUESTION COMMUNTY JSjSMfA 



The Lexington Herald had 



verv interesting 



i. 



FOR WAR PRISONERS 



and Beulah Prewitt, 16, of Rich-. The line-up 

niond, daughter of Elzie Prew- ' Madison (19) — Clouse (8) and 
itt. * 1 Higgins (5 ).• forwards : Terrill 

Eldon Taylor, 28. of Xewby. j center : Gentry (2) and Hugucly 
son of H. L. Taylor, and Lula (2) guards. Substitute: 
Fortune, 24.i, f Berea, daughtei {2.) 

of Alex Foi/une. j . Alumni (11) — II. Stone and 

W. S. Bowman, 25. of Kings-; T. Stone (5) forwards: Kunkle j Editor, Lexington Herald 
ton, son of J. T. Bowman, and j (2) center; Blevins and Hurst 
Amanda P urrus, 29, of Rich-! (2) guards. Substitute: Gum- 
niond. daughter of W. X. Bur- bcrt (2.) 

Girls' Game 



The baskets of b ub taniials 



letter froi. ! to . vs and fruits and car 



dies. 



W 



 s   Judge Join C. Chcnault. of Rich.:! oemg supplied by the W elfare 
KS |mond, which will be read with , league, the Rotary and Lx- 
interest. it follows: j change Clubs and the Gommuni- 

; ty Club, wil! be distributed from 
Your editorial in Tuesday's is- ' he First Presbyterian church 
sue, "Sacrifices "o the Moloch of Sunday afternoon at 2:00. Rep- 
Moonshine.*' should engage the 



J 



) 



attention and prayerful thought 
of every law and order loving 
citizen of the commonwealth. 

1 agree with you in every con- 
clusion reached in that editorial. 
'J he present system is inefficient! 
ti Samuel Bakes, and The game was exceedingly \ (J prevent the manufacture and' 
17. of BrassnekL rough, causing the fide points of sale of whisky. 



rus 

In the girls' game when Mad 

(Uy Associated Press) | ^ q{ Knht . yt p^ le  and Uelo- ison defeated the Alumni 4 to 1 

lington. Dec 22 — It is va Hjatt, 17; of Richmond. j onl yone field goal was made, it 
understood no Jederal prisoners daughter »f ( i. C. Hiatt. j being executed by Marion Ter- 

scntcncedVor 'violating the war- Charles Baker. 24. of Brass- 1 rill. Madison running guard, 
time laws will get Christmas ;"eld. son 
pardons. The president has been Edna Bv 
urged to extend clemency 
those still in penitentiaries. 



ICS. 



to daughter of Harvey Bowles. I the play to be lost. Howcvc v Is there a way to. do 



av, a\ 
illicit 



MISSING MEN 

FOUND IN LAKE 



Luther S. Powell. .^1 ,, of Rich- the Madison girls showed im- with the search for the 
nioiid, son of L. J. Powell, and proyement over their Winches- still and thereby lessen the po:- 



resentatives of the Exchange 
and Rotary Clubs will furnish 
cars and make the distribution 
to the various homes. They art- 
asked to report promptly at 2 
o'clock. 

Peremptory Refired 

Defence In Herrin Ctsb-. 



S winding up the; J e ff sa id nil he knew about 
bank, testified as'thx still or th e whole business 

two men to 

Citizens National Bank of Dan- j the still one time "a right smart 
ville was charged with $6,000: while back." 

and ".V Mann," vats shown to have] J [ c sa jd he did not know their 
made a deposit of $10,000 the latter names. W hen he was question- 
for the purpose of shewing a greater | e d a little further he said he 
reserve when the bunk statement was j xva; , at fa e st \\\ un[% oi ^ cr t j nic 
sent in, and the former to show fu.uls i Tj iat u as w he« he toe* his team 
with which the bank could declare : at the recpiest of Montgomery 
its July dividend. Jordon Mays t»s-| cottn ty officers. December 9th, to 
tiiied that he made the false entries ' h au ] ,' )Ut t i ie body of Prohibition 
on the books at the request of Minor. .Agent R. E. Duff v. ho had been 
He said that no one in the bank was :t ; jH e( | ^Jdlc attempting to enter 
benefitted by the false entries as both ' the still house several hours earl- 
were later charged off. : j err 

The prosecution did not show in any 
of its testimony that Minor or any . 
uthrr official of the bank personally j 
1 derived any benefits from the trans-' 
actio i and 1 mi-sLake.- but it was shown 
that the condition of the bank might ! 
hare roms to light sooner if the en- i B. Bogie has moved into his 

new home on Broadway which 
he purchased from C. A. Taylor. 
The house was formerly occu- 
pied by L \'. Hendren. The 
price paid w as near S5.C00. 

-v 

Stanford Chiropractor Acquitted 
The Stanford cjnrnal says: Dr. 

the well known chi- 
was tried 
charging 



BUYS A NE# 

HE IN GiTY 



tr cs had been omitted- 



. L. MILLION HAS 
NARROW ESCAPE 



\Y. S. Morv 



Jisy Associated Press) 

Slueve'iort. La.. Dec. 22 

1 ^ ' » 



bacilv decompose 1 Dotly 
believed to be Walt 
and Thomas Richards, 



-The 
ot men. 
1 )aniels 



KENTUGIANS IN 
BOOZE CONSPIRACY 



missing 



day in Lake La Fourche. The ' prominent Kentucky and lndi- 
limbs of the dead men v. ere tied ana men were indicted by the 
with wire. The bodies were garnd jury there charged" with 
nude e.NCept for belts and p.or- conspiracy to violate the prefci- 



Maritni. Hi.. Dec. 22 — Motions j 
of the defense to exclude ali the j 
state's evidence and direct aj 

Marietta Hackett, 2/. daughter ter engagement in holding such sibihty - t a recurrence ot :thc j yerict of nttt guilty were denied 
« f Jacob Hackett players as Josephine Yates, |,n- tragedies you refer to? 'today at the trial ot the live 

eia Bennett and Dorothy Terrill. I think' the time has come j m6n charged "in 'connv aim, wilh 
without a field goal. 1 hey when remedy should be search- [the llerria mine riots 

fought every inch of the way. ed for, and a different course; ■- — , 1 

Mation Terrdl's field goal was pursued to prevent the sale an I point and see if there could npi] 
a shot from in front of the has- use of whisky. i-be some legislation that would 

ket after the Miadison girls had The object and aim of the 'more vigorously deter the mail 
passed the ball the full length present prohibition amendment that makes it possible for the 
of the floor. Evans and Terrill was to protect the individual and moonshiner to thrive. If the' 
Madison while ]i possible, to have sober citi- moonshiner (he:- not sell his i- 
zens instead of drunken citizens: legal product he will not m  h 
The law is as much opposed to the second run. and his plant; 
the illegal use of whisky as it i i will become useless, 
td the manufacture of illegal The fact that lie is coutmuinV.! 
whisky. | to operate is evident from the] 



I . I.. Million, of Xewby, had a 
narrow escape from serious inju- 
ry when partially loaded wagon rol " jrac tor. of "tin's cit 
ran over him. \\ bile he was \\'ednesda\ 

engaged in hading a wagon him with practicing his profession 
with tobacco stalks Ins foot he- without a license. The document 
came entangled in the stalks. Nvas SWO rn out at the instance of 
throwing him down, and both t j ie ^ latc Board of Health, and 
wheels passed over his 
Fortunately he received 



broken rib. the 
shielding his bodv from 



snroi v. 
ablv'bc 



Mr. 



:l!ion 



will prob- 
nfined to his room 
several days. His many.. friends 
are glad to know his condition 
is regarded by physicians as fa- 
vorable and they hope to see 
him out verv soon. 



body. % he trial was before Judge Sam 
only a: J. gell and a jury. Dr. Morv was 
scattered stalks] defended by Attorneys K. S. Al- 
corn .of this city. Morrison, of 
I^i Cross. Wis., and Green, of 
Louisville. County Attorney K. 
I. Fr;i 



greater 



I. Fram:i .\wis unaided in the pro- 
^ecr.tiop. vM verdict was a vic- 
tory fbY Dr. Mory and his many 
friends are warmly congratulat- 
ing him. 



(By Associated Press) 

Louisville. Ky.. Dec. 22— The 
\ictiins of the Morehouse parish post today printed a story from 
mob last August, were found to- , Indianapolis saying a number of 



I 



all 
the 



were best for 
Yates, Terrill and Bennett 
covered the floor well for 
Alumni. 
The line-up: 

Madison (4) — Moberiy and 



Movie Star in Happy Days 




tions of trousers, 
head was gone 



One 
The 



man 
bodie 



• s bition law through theft of 
barrels of whisky from 



18 



lie 



Many years ago an effort was condition 



 f 1 11c drunken 



indi 



Evans forwards; Murphy 

center; Chenault and Terrill (2  made by our citizens to induce- vidual in every community, lb , 
came lo the surface as a result! Kwgman distiUerv warehouse - uar(R S » , ' stiuite f | : Blanton, ( ,ur people to sign what was! can not hide the fact that 'he ha , 
ot a charge of dynainite cxplod- 1 a t Tell City. ln l.,'a vear a , ro . , Masters and Caswell. [then known as the Murphy - been drinking. Xinc men out 



ed d«ri% the night bv inuden- f AU the whisky in the 'warehouse Ahn " m Ren ' hy nior ^ 1 suasioU - 

tif.e 1 person,. It is believed was siphoned'out through a rub- nett J -T^ T~ ° m lVo: " Ie '"^ WCre 

those Who used the exidosive;, ,„; After the UquOr wasi ttr; ° Xcn aml Tern11 ^ aun,S 
left without knowing 
had fben to the top 



1- the bodies removed, oil was poured on the' jj aptist church 

hil!ips,| Sunday school 9:30. Special, tlr {" ' 
Jesse j program by the children. Morn- 



building and set afire, 
indicted include Ivory 1 
j Thomas A. Ownes and 
W illiams, of Owensboro. 



Our y oung men- were j atron 
of the many saloons in our city, 
i and the slogan was "Wean the 
i calves and the cows would go 



ttn that buy whisky show it in 
. some way, to the annoyance o£j 
th«;se that know them. 



MEMORIAL SERVICES 

FOR SLAIN OFFICERS HISTORIC ^CHURCH 

LOST IN FLAMES 



believe that 

s "" u .7,." u-'" /". ,". should be revived, and instead of t ,f the eruilty seller, 
ing service 10:4^. subject vjo'.i ... 



(My Associated J'rtw) 



Lcxinaton, 



Dec. 22- 



Xews reaching here today said 
a memorial service will be held 
'•v the churches at Owiiigsville" 



{Vy Associated Press) 

Ouebcc, Dec. 22 — Fire 



1 suggest that we give more! 
attention to the consumer. !f 
he buys from a man he does m^t 
sentiment : know, give him the punishment' 

Make thej 

risking so much to run down consumer of moonshine whisk v\ 
With Is A spleiHfKl inusHai u  1Uoonshincr( let us give inore ■ ^ d ^ aheltor :„ t , m •.: 

program has been arranged fo, t[on |Q lhe consumers wl io ufacture of the liquor; with the 

I the morning service . ' make it possible for the moon- ; sa „ lc ' puni dime,,!. 

j shiner to engage in his ille^aij If proper legislation can b't 
j business. -j secured along this line. I believ 

j All members (pupils, teachers As a rule, the ronstuncr is a the raiding for moonshiners will 
land officers) of the M. E. Sunday higher class of citizen than those be over in a very short time. 
School are requested to be pres- who enter into the illegal man-j JOtIN C. CliliXAL'LT 



Methodist S. S. Notice 



dc-' School are requested to be pres- who enter into the illegal man-! JOHN C. CHENAULT 

Sunday afternoon for Robt stroyed the historic* million dol- ent at 9:.S0 a. m. Sunday. 24th. ufacture and sale of whidcy. He! , 

iMirf. Uavid Treadway and Guy lar Notre Dame Catholic church The Christinas treat will be dis- can be deterred by probable pun. j The wheels of a French auto- 
Cole, prohibition agents, who here today. It is believed of in- tributed-.at that time: also a ishment from [he purchase of mobile are so mounted that each 
•were . killed in battles With cendiary origin. This is the free w,l! offering will be taken whisky much easier than the. One of them rises independently on 
moonshiners in Menifee c. uiuy ninth (igtholic edifice to be- vis- for the - Orphans' Home. I. H. who makes it. » strikin gan obstruction, the bo- 
lost ucck. _ itcd by' serious lire this year. Loothe, Supt Think ot it trom this stand- of the car remaining level.. 





Another heavy b;orv- landed on the movie 
beloved of the feminine fans, fell from his h:?] 
and Mrs. Reid (fon.isrly Dorothy Davenport) | 
bonjfe before tb^ oxovie star was torced to   





f 



) 



i 



( 



is 

{ 



s 



/' 



/ 





Richmond DeE^ Register j« 



THE AMERICAN! 



i\ .'OC!AT»ON_ | 



j 8. M. SAUFI.EY, EdllJ* and Proprietor ; 

i MEMBER OF ASSOCIATED TRESS—! 
! ; 

'; The Associated Pros? is exclusively en- | 
I titled to tlie use for republication of all 
' news dispatches W!»dTOHl in this paper j» 
land also the loc&l BOWS published., ■ 



| — 

I 

I 



7 he Stand*, d of Comparison 



;fcTheyJudgeBy 



T.'.-j tfodel' t 4S" Six-G#Under Touring 



ni9s 



Tha famous 3u:ck [rve-passenger, six-cylinder open 
mode! today, as in past years, sets the standard of 
automobile v^luci 

it is th 5 motor car by which others are judged because 
it represents the best of each year's developments in 
mechanical reSncosents,appearance and riding comfort. 

rp V . c T7, -;,-\ Mode] "45" combines the characteristic 
Bckk qualitis i ol performance and stability with dis- 
tinctive beauty and a :ompleteness of appointments 

not to be found elsewhere. 

Wo"' be i leased to give you a demonstration any time. 
The Zuic'.: Line for 1933 Comprises Fourteen Models: 



Fr.jrs — 2 F 

Coupe- 

f ixes -2 F. 
Toaric S 



5, » -3 ' 

fyS'. ebout 
L.e. srtvsJ 5 



^-j.-. S865; 5 Pass. Touring. T-C65: 3 Far.s. 

V t CcdOT.$129i: 5 l»ts». Touring Sedsn. $1325. 
K Mister, ;.117j: 5 Pass. Tourins. C-U9S; 5 Pa.-s. 
.'. •" P- 'i rc'i-n -l t'a&s. Coupe. ."1S95; „ 

■ :js; ? Ppn, St-i m. $2193; Soort Rocdster. 
, ii,;3. Y'r.Tz:: f.  i. b. ^uiii fgctoritt . 
... A. C. Parchass Plan, wbxb piovtdes for 



Bib c Thought For Today 

K1XGDOM IS WITHIN*:—. 
I Neither shall they sr.y. i.o here! 
• or. lo there ! for, behold the 
| kingdom of God is within you. 
-Luke 17:21. 



Luxemburg had to borrow a 

cannon from France to fire a 

salute to the Grand Duchess. ■ 

She seems to have taken an 

ov.erddtse of disarmament. 
* * * 

The deposed Sultan can at 
least console himself that he 
won't have to buy Christmas 
presents for his 300 wives this 

i  ' ca r - 

i * * * 

! Secretary Denby, who wants! 
a "navy second to none" might] 
( be able to buy some ships from \ 
some of the nations that Secre-j 
tary Hughes induces to join in! 
his ship-scrapping plan. 

3f * if. 

Despite the services of expert |J 
doctors and nurses, Uie "sick 
tnan of Europe" seems to have 
infected all the nighbors. 



ONK MORE IIATr 



r 



j 



RICHMOND BUICK COMPANY 

— ' — 

When better r j*' mcbilss are built, "3u.!ck vriB. : ;-i-i-.''_. 



Frrjcks for Girls 




"COME TO LOUISVILLE" 

And attend Bryant & Stratton Business College. 

Preference rnd highest salaries given to B. & S. 

graduates. 

Positions guaranteed to graduates; you take no 
cranes in coming here. 

You can live more cheaply in Louisville than 

mostly any other place. 

Send for a copy cf the Secretary, and sur Special 
cite - for readers of the Register. 





BUSINESS COLLEGE 
3rd and Waffiut Loa'sviSe, I'y. 

"Leading — Largest — Best*' 
D. P. McDonlad, M. A., Pres. 



I 




To Get Bargains at our Christm 
Savings Sale. '   

Our assortment of shirts, neckwear and collars 
is the most exclusive in Richmond, and of | 
very latest styles. You will find our prices t 
raost reasonable. 

We are still giving 10 per cent reduction on a 
of our Hart Schaffner & Marx suits and ove 
coats. Call and be convinced that this 
best place to shop in town. 



f 




CHRISTMAS SHOPPERS 

WHEN IN LEXINGTON 



BOMETHIXG \i;\V — SOBtBTHIWG IilFI-'Klirxi' 

"BETSY-ANN" LINGERIE 

JUST THE GIFT YOU ARE LOOK'NG FOR 

OS 1)1 SI* J AY AT 

J. D. PURCELL CO. AND MISSES JUNIOR SHOP 

KEXWXGT* »-V. KESTCCK1 



COPYRIGHT BY M«C«atlS 

. An added fulness at each side, 
held in by ribbon ties, gives one of 
the newest dresses the proper sll« 
houette? Straight unbroken front 
and bade panels arc seen on many 
of the smartest frocks and the 
severity of the stylo is usually re- 
lieved in some such manner as in 
the model sketched. Eloused 
dresses are always becoming to 
young girls and here is pno that 



Are invited to take lunch with j 
us. Situated in the heart of the j 
.shopping district we are prepar- ! 
ed to serve you promptly, and at . 
sane prices. We serve a special j 
lunch daily from 11:30 to 2:30 
p. m. that cannot be duplicated ' 

elsewhere in Lexington for twice j when your kidneys hm 
the money. All other hours we back feels son-, don't get 



Glass of Saks 



Pooling Wcol Paid 

Chicagb, III.. Dec. 22 — Farmers,; 
pooling their wool thi  year, are 



ERiC: 



:cus 



■ receiving From five to ten cents 

Cleans Kidneys m °™ p er !. , " uml ihan tlu ' '" , ' 

J markets offered, according io w- 
ports on the various ; oo!  pre - 
ented t i the Wool Committee i ' 
the American harm Bureau. The 
report incluuded pools in New] 
York. Ohio. Indiana. Missouri, 



!f your 23ck hurts cr Bladder 
bothers you, dcink lets 
of water. 



hurt and your 
seared and 

v __i„_i i • j)roci-cd to load vonr stomach with* a 
ucatcu • |ijt of i[nti: . t ,. at oxcjtc fche kiineyB 




serve sandwiches 

varies the style by pleating from cnit, salads, hot chocolate, cof- , an  [ i rr jt a t.- tlu- entire urinary trat-t. 
neckline to hemline. Sleeves, fee. • Keep your kidnej clean !i! " you 

slashed to show a lining of con* i * \fj„ r - rfV ^ Knt  of nackatre kec J' . vo " r top**** b J Hushing 

trasting color are new and pleasing. ' i , , P* LJ "S c them with a rfild, harmleas salts which 

_ candy that Will appeal tc you. heljw to remove the body's urin- 
Such well known brands asj ous iraste and stimulate them to their 

"Apollo," "Mavis" and "Belle-I "Pf* 1 ^ fu ", cti T °r •! 

, 1 „ ' . . t , , r kidnevs is to niter tin- blood. In 24 

C amp Will be found here, in | hours' they strain from it 5W grains of 
addition to the^e, lines we have! ucid and' waste, -» wo can readily un- 



ur own Home Made Candv.l Sf^S? 4 the im P ort » nce oflteeping 

.... , . ., , • ! the !:Klr: \ , 



ontana. 



and 



Michigan, Iowa. 
Wyoming. \ 

"It is now proposed," -avs the 
\merican Farm Bureau Head- 
quarters. '*t   work out a uniform 
system of accounting and grs 
ing pooled wool and to provide 
uniform producer's contract. It 
also is proposed by the commit- | 
tee to further the campaign for 
the advancement of Truth-in- 



FOR A TON OF GG0S2 CREEK, CLAY COUNTY 

Block CoaS 

Th^s coa' h shipped from D B. Sl^ckelford's mine in Cky Countv, 
and is of feci quality. ' • 

PHONE 110 " RICHMOND, KY. 




Fabric legixlniion." 

which is made of the best ma- j -'"hv^  i ■ :'T ■ r-you can'i J ^ ;u ! k V " r - t-Al " ;ni,i l!l:a j^athrj 
terial money can buy. Mail or- j too much: so get from any pharmacist I 

ders for  »hdy will' receive our ! tb .° ,,fc fr,lir . ouueos of Jad Salts: take a 

i tablespoonfuJ in a^-glass ol water before 
best attention. i breakfast each morning for a few  lr.v3 

We have home made cakes :'«»'?  T ;ir ! ' 1 inPV ; ma ? tVn a.-t fine. 

• * i*i ' " ,s ininous salts is made from tne 

iresh daily. j ;:! .; ( ] 0} - -aapBs and lemon juice. corn- 

Make our sfr-te your head j tffned with lithia, and lias been used for \ 
quarters when in Lexington. [^neratibns to clean and stimulate 
AT PT ? T' f ft- eli'RPlFY kidneys; also to neutralize the 

MrliUtvK. c.: ■ t  bKI HiN in nrine so it h no longer a source 

of irritation, tlui* often ending bladder j 
weakness. 

Jad S'a'td is inexpensive; ran not in- 
icre* makes a delightful effervescent 
lithia srater drink, wliieli everyone 
■ I;;!, ill take now arid then to liolp keep 
their kidneys clean nnd active. Try 
thii : also keep np the water ilrinkinir, 
::.! no doubt you will wonder what be- 
( ■aiha'cf your kidney trouble r.nd baek- 
1 rx-lie. 



DR. R. L. HUGHES 
DENTIST 
vtftice Hours 
8:15 to a2 1:15 to 5:30 
Office Colby Taylor B'dg. 




FOR R^ENT 
Boivman tumber yard on Ta- 
Ma n street, formerly occupies 
by the Kennedy Produce C,'  . 
Vl«oi nahati c  Forb es. 300- tt 

DR. M. M. ROBINSON 

Office in Oldham Building 
Tekohones 
Office 564 Residence 64K 

Richmond. Ky. This ride, Mrs. Key J. Ford, 

' is accused of conspiring to slav 

her husband, cousin of Henry 
Ford, famous atttomohile manu- 
facturer. This picture of Mr. 

Ford was taken 



JAMES H. PEARSON 

REAL ESTATE & LIVESTOCK 

Auctioneer 

PHONE 281 RICHMOND, KY. at the time of their wedding. 



H. deE. FORBES 
Civil Engineer 
arxl 
Su^'^eyor 
Office McKee D3d 3 . 

Richr;ond, !Cy. 
Bfconet W* and 573 

m£m mum 

r rrtd JV» -sfi  Tailor, 
'^TT-ninir, Fv*tt»i ig srai 



THEM DAYS IS GONE FOREVER 



Master This On Your Motor-Horn: 




^tepatri 



Cxsin Street 




By Al Posen 



YOUR. HU^MD'S BOUGHT fK 
UMOUS1MG?- 6)H«- A LUCKV 



?ERTY 
JAULT 



s- Bank" 
)REN 



VGS, L€AR 0l(0G HOU) TD 
Pawe IT - HG'S MAO) SPCeA5PlD 
SO FAR- 




p- I IB 



IT'$ A Be/^OTIFOL MrXCHIAjG" - 

P£ar - Such a hampsqm€ 



100KIM6 CA^~ 



THEM ®m$ IS 
GONE rOREVCIi! 





^1 



( 




I Rosier, Rich 



InHi 




Frt* /  December 22, 1922. 



HAPPY NE 1 



2.-*0 to r.::tO P. M. 7:00 



to 10:.°.0 r. M. 



PWICI-:.- —   lild lr  ti. 10c; Adults, .10er 
llnlionx, ::o - (War Tux in. lu.li d). 



fa 



\ HOOK TitTKCTS — S Ad ii It Ti.- 
Md Hi 1". Cl.il.h-' n'« Tlrke*, *l. 



I 

H 
X 
O 

z 

8 



"SOWING THE WIND" 

A Story of Gambled Souls— the Winning 

and Losing 
Also "Pop Tuttle's Fire Fighter"— R-C 
Comedy and Fox News 



3 

3 

i 

o 
I 

Ifi 

  

H 
C 



CHRISTMAS AND 

THE PHOENIX AMUSE TENT COMPANY 

William Fox Presents iJ^iSiPBI 1 A 

CHARLES (BUCK) l« 




In "ROUGH SHOD" 

A thrilling Western Story Yoq \\m Epi- 
jby. Also Sunshine Comedy. FeJce A'. rm 
and SPOR T REVIEW I 



v 



Hackett— Powell 

.XL--. Marietta" Hackett and 
Mr. f Luther Powell surprised 
their host of friends Thursday 
evening when they were quietly 
malrried at the home of Dr. Ho- 
me r \\. ' arpeuter. Miss Hack- 
ett i- a popular young woman, 
daughter of .Mr. and Mrs. Jake 
Hackett. Mr. Powell is"' a young 
luitn of ^splendid h^uiness quali- 
.."ifj i"n-. w -hi has for some time 
held position with the South- 
ern National Bank. The attend- 
ant   ;i; ihe wedding were Miss 
Lillian Oldham and Mr. Alex 
Turpih. After the wedding the 
happ\ couple left fur a few 
days' sjaj in ! .  •nisv:' 1 c 

their return the;   i.i receive | school :-t Danville, and Misses 
the hearty congratulations ot . Elizabeth and feannette Metcalf 
n«anv 



Mr. George Hei^ee spent 
'I hursday in Lexinffon. 

Luke Church is rfy ane from 
the University of Ijrfemucky to 
spend Christmas v. th his 'par- 
ents, Mr. and Mrs. James 
( hurch. 

Miss Zclia Rice has arrived 
from Jenkins to spend the holi- 
days with the home folks, 
Miss l e ; sie Dudley is visiting 
I her. brother, H. M. Dudley, and] 
' Mrs. Dudley in Danville. ' 

Mrs. L. \\ . Thomas of Indian- 
apolis, Mrs. E. L. Thomas of Mid- 
dlesboro, and Mr A. K. Kirhy of 
[Chicago, are with their parents. 
I Mr. and Mrs. James Church for 
i a holiday visit. 

Messrs. J. F. Moore and Virgil 
| Huff of London, spent Wednes- 
1 day here. 

Dr. J. G. Carpenter of Stanford, 
delivered an address to th- Madi- 
son County Medical Society thi'- 
week. 

Mr. Tracy Warren has returned 
from a brief visti to relatives in 
examine county. 

Miss Orena McMahan of the; 
i Madison High School, will spend 
the holidays witli relatives in; 
(Bedford. Ky. j 

Miss Alberta Allan Mr Thurs- 
day to spend the holiday? with 
(her parents at LaGrange. j 
Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Dqk.-s are at * 
{home from a short stay in Irvine. 

Miss Anne Jennings is at home 
j from a short stay in Lexington. 

Mrs. Minnie Willoughhy o 
Rerea. is visiting her sister, Mrs 
B. P . Glass in Wilmore. 




Christmas Gifts for Everybody 



CJYour problem of what to give will disappear the moment you en- 
ter The Welch Store. 

CjfYou can easily find appropriate gifts for every member of the 
family in our large stocks of high quality Christmas goods. 



RICHMOND WELC1 



RICHMOND 



TORE 

KENTUCKY 



nyiinny UflTrC /T as - D ejarnette Supt. Preach-day Stmdav school will meel at 
VllUilUll NUItO /' mff at * !, - v lh ° pastor. Dr. !•".. C. K.) l. m and I )r. 



is at home from Peabody Col 
lege to spend the holidays with 
her parents Mr. and Mrs. D. P, 
McKinney. 

The Pineville Sun says: Attj 
the members of the Metcalf fam-j 
By, with the possible exception 
of Miss Alice Metcalf, who is 
studying in New York, will hej 
home for a Christmas reunion 
with their mother. Mrs. C. \\\ 
Metcalf. The party will include 
Mrs. Metcalf, Mr. and Mr.. John 1 
Thomas Metcalf and children.   f 
Wiuche-ter. Mr. and Mrs. Geo.. 
Fit./, of Hazard, Miss (Catherine 
Metcalf. of Hazard. Miss Fannie! 
Danes Metcalf. home from ' 



tives and friends. 



Pc-.vv Ii— Ji endenburg 

friends were agreeably 
surprised \vheu Miss Molly Kv- 
elyn JV»w "i was united in mar- 
riage I • Mr. Edgar Branden- 
burg in Lexington Thursday af- 
ternoi  n. 

They verc accompanied ti» 
Lexington In Mr. and Mr  . \V. 
1'.. I'.n'i: ' nl ujg and Mr. aud 
Mrs .Wilson Brandenburg^ 

'The bride is the \v  imge^t 
daughter* •; Mr. and Mrs. John 
C. Powell and \^ one of Madi- 
son county's efficient young 
teachers. The groom is the son 
of Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Brauden- 
burg^aud is a prominent young 
fa; mer. 

After a wedding trip north 
they will make their home with, 
tin- groom's parent  on P'Ugg*' 
1 ane. 



of Pineville. 

Mi*V Mma Rice i-* at home! 
from Sharpshurg t" spend thej 
holidays. 

Mrs. Belle Ross left Friday 
for a visit to relatives in Cincin- 
nati*. 

The Lexington Leader says:] 
**Mrs. Moyner Mol erly has gone 
to Asheville, Yi it!, Carolina, i" 
spend several months for the 
heneht of her health." 

Miss I .oiY I'earl. of State Uhi 
ver .ity. was with friends here 
enroute to London to spend the 
holidays. 

Prof. Ivan Mr Double, Mrs, 
McDougle ;iud little daughter, 
of Sweet! trier, arrived Thursday 
to spend t ! ;e holidays with . Dr. 
and Mrs. 



.^1 v 




First Presbyterian Church 

Morning service at 11 o'clock.' 
Sermon -'The Old. Old Story 
Union vesper service at 4:00. A 
community old fashioned Christ- 
mas son^ service. Xo night 
service. Sundav school at 9:30, 



First Christian Church 

Bible school 9:30. W. J. Wa- 
fers Supt. Morning Christmas' 
service 10:45. Theme "The Mys 
tery of (.'hristmas." Evening 
ve.sjicr union service . Presbyteri- 
lan church, at 4 o'clock. 




First Methodist Church 

Sunday school Xmas enter- 
tainment and Xmas tree. Morn-* 
ing sermon at 10:45. subject |j 
"What Xmas Cost God." Ep- 
worth League at 6 tt'clock. Un- 
ion Christmas service^ at First] 
Presbvterian church. 



i 



69 



I 



0 




Second Presbyterian Church 

'The Christmas theme will be 
used in our regular prayer meet- 
ing services Saturday evening 
at 7 oclock. "Christmas treat*' 
for the Sabbath school, but no 
formal program Sunday after- j| 
noon at 2:30 o'clock, closing 
with short talk by the pastor. 
Rev. Frank E. Moore. 



Union City Christian Church 

Sunday school at 10 o'clock,!! 
i Boyd Powell Supt. Dr. E. CJl 
; McDougle will preach a special 
'(.hristmas sermon at 11. Regu- 
lar preaching services during 
[1923 by Dr. McDougle at 11 a. 

in. on • •■krond and fourth Sun-] 
J davs in eat:'? month. 

Pond Christian Church 

Sunday school at 2 o'clock. 



TO SE1 ECT THE "11TH HOUR" 
OMSTMAS GIFTS 

^ Come to oui store and T  ve will help 
you out o? your trouble 

SOCKS. TES, HANDKERCHIEF d 
R03F.S. ETC. 
Bo\V Raincoats, with hats to match 

$5.50 

Make wonderful gifts for the little fellows. 

Mil 

Til 

company 

Etks Biiiidins 






Good Wifhes for Daughter 

Mb and Mrs. Herman Stevens 
have ihe good wishes of all £oi 
their daughter who was horn 
lliursday at their heacc a Jr- 
vine. Mrs. Stevens was form 
ly M.s^ Loui.se Terrill, of Rich 
inond, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. 
R. Ii. TenriU. 




R. K. Stone spent Thurscjay in 
Louisville. 

Miss Bessie Devore, a student 
of Eastern left for her home at 
'Xew Libet ty t(t spend the holi- 
days. 

Miss Margaret JVarrish. of 
exington i^ the attrwtive guest 
©f Miss Emma OldhaiA in Breck 

avenue. I 

Travis Million, of tlife Lniver- 
ty of Kentucky, is Ivith lus 
j.areuts at Xewby for the holi- 

davs. i 

Mrs. J. W. Merkel. Louts- 
viHd. is vrsittng her parciits, Mr. 
[^Mr-. Lewis Lrande^purg. 



Mnrv Francis NH 






i 



Leather Purses $2.95 to $1^.50 

Georgette Over-blouses § 2 - 9:5 

Wool Shawls and Scarfs $1.95 to $6.95 

All Wool Tricotine Suits $ J9.50 

Fur Trimmed Coats jJ8.75 

Plush Coats 5Jf -95 

All Wool Jersey Sport Coats $5.95 

Squirrel Chokers 1? S'in 

Leather Hand Bags f Jf.50 

All Wool Poiret Twill Dresses $H-85 

Choice of our finest hats *8.95 



Specials 

Advance styles, hand-made waists _ $2.95 

Fur Chokers $ 7 '- 95 

Silk Jersey Underskirts $2.95 

Canton Crene Dresses $12.75 

Wool Snort Hose 95c 

Silk Hose ' We 

Silk Parasols , ? 7 ^5 

Middy Blouses '5c 

Pongee Waists $2.^5 

Sateen Underskirts JJ-50 

Sport Skirts 





SB 



Hi 



f 



a- ■ 




THe RicKmericI Daily Register, RicKmond 




Pat  
end 

and Good Wishes 



'onage 
Extend 



ind the New Year. 

— Douglas & Simmons. 



WHY 




•eing Sold On 
rehouse Floor, Charge 

una. Ky.. Dec. "*21— 
Grant Burden was arrested at 
the tobacco warehouse in the act 
of selling moonshine, it is charg- 
ed. Policeman Thompson hid 
behind tobacco hogsheads' and 
when Burden presented his ware 



for sale, Thompson seized 
and confiscated more- than hal. 

a gallon of liquor, it is charged. 

FOR RENT — 3 rooms, mod- 
;ern conveniences; two private 
entrances. 503 E Main 



Bulgarian Herb Tea 

steaming hot at bedtime 

KILL THAT COLD 

Help to guard against "FLU," 
grippe and pneumonia. Flush the 
bowels, improve the blood, sweet- 
en the stomach. Sold by druggist3 
everywhere. 



297 6]) 



F OR S A L E — Mammoth 
bronze turkeys, pure bred. Mrs. 
Luther Todd, Coyle, Kw, phone 
IK'l- 299 6t 



Berea 9 ring 



first 



FOR' RENT— Rooms on 
floor, Main street: water^ and 
light. Apply to K. V. Schmidt 
Millinery Store. 301 2p 



't 



Florida 

Three Through Train? Daily 

Lex*£ragt.oh— Florida 

SOI? THE 1N iMiWffi SlfSTEM 

Royal Palm Ohio Special 

Lv. Lexington f;:25A.M. Lv. Lexington 10:40A.M. 

Ar. Chattanooga. 3:40P.M. Ar. Chattanooga. 6:15P.M. 

Ar. Atlanta . . (C.T.) 8:40 P.M. Ar. Atlanta . . (C.T.) 11:10 P.M. 

Ar. Macon (E.T.) 12:15A.M. Ar. Macon... (E.T.; 2:55A.M. 

Ar. Jacksonville 7:50A.M. Ar. Jacksonville 11:15A.M. 

Pullman Sleeping Cars r.nd Coichcs Pullman Sleeping; Cars and Coaches 

to Jacksonville. to Jacksonville. 

Suwanee River Special 

Lv. Lexington ?G:$0 P.M. 

Ar. Chattaroosa S:30 A.M. 

Ar. Atlanta (C.T.) 11:25 A.M. 

Ar. Maccn (£.T.) 3:10 P.M. 

Ar. Tampa 5:30 A.M. 

Ar. Ciearv.Mter 7:03 A.M. 

Ar. St. Peter sburg J7|55 A.M. 

Ar. 8radentcy.n 7:12 A.M. 

Ar. Sarasota 7:4j  A.M. 

(C.T.) Central T;aic. (E..T.) Hsstcm Tiu:?. 

Pullman Sleeping Cars iind Coaches to Tampa— St. Petersburg and Sarasota. 

Dining Cars on Al! Trains Serving All Meals. 

H. C. KKG, P;-*r:«r Passenger -agent, 
10* North Mmesrouc SO I ,tou t Ky. Phone 40 




That monvng lameness — those 
sharp pains when bending - or lift- 
ing, make work a burden and 
rest impossible. Don't be handi- 
capped by a bad back — look to 
your kidneys. You will make no 
mistake by following this Rich- 
mond resident's example. 

Mis'. U. N. Rings. 118 Orchard 
street, says: "I had nagging 
pains in the small of my back and 
hips. I felt miserable every 
morning when 1 got up as I was 
lame across my back. W hen T 
stooped. I became dizzy and col- 
ored specks floated before my 
eyes. I was nervous and felt tired 
and languid all the time. My kid- 
neys didn't act right and I made 
up my mind they Avere causing 
the trouble. 1 took a box of 
Doan's Kidney Pills and they soon 
cured me." 

Price 60 at all dealers. Don't 
simply ask for a kidney remedy— - 
get Doan's Kidney' Pits — the 
same that Sits, Rngs had. Foster^ 
Mlburu Co., Mfrs.^Buffalo, N. Y. 

dec'8 15 22* 

WHITE HALL 

Mr. Roy M inter is on the sick 
list. I - 

Mr. John Mullikin is visiting 
his brother in Xicholasville. 

Rev. Z. J. Amerson spent the 
week end with Mr. and Mrs. 
Ed Taylor. 

Mrs. Frank Burgin went to 
Lexington Saturday to consult 
a specialist. 



THAT LAME BACK? OBJECT TP WEIGHING 

AN3 MEASURING 



Mrs. D. 3. Shackelford has^ 
given the Daily Register the fob, 
lowing fron the Christian Sci-Tj 
ence Monitor: 

Peoria, II— Dr. J. E. Furst-j 
man. the new health commis- ; 
sieher. »f i'eoria, has been suc-'| 
jcessful in jrutting an end to the' 1 
promiscuous weighing andmeas-, 
uring of "pupils in the public! 
schools, ffi his report, he said : . i 

Trre h^th director feels that; 
there has^ een altogether tool] 
much weighing and measuring in | 
the schools and little. has been: 
accomplished as r. result. I feel ' 
that there cannot be any stand- 
ard adop.ed for weights and' 
heights that will ht different; 
types of children and what will 1 
be normal weight for one child 
may be considered abnormal for 
another type. 

The weighing and measuring 
of the children has created a 
great deal of ' worry upon the 
part of many parents, and the 




tm 



CLEAN - RED - ASH - BLOCK 

Egg Size $1 less per Ion for coo 




F. K. Gordon 

PHONE 28 



director would 



suggest 



that this 



practice should be discontinued.! 
at least until such time when j 
we know more about the relia- 1 
hility of these systems of meas- j 
urements and weights than we 
know at present. j 

The board of education unani- ee * 
niouslv approved the recomnien- 
dation of the commissioner, and 



Dairy feed 



WILLOW Baby 
s;de cheap. Apply 



Buggy for 
152 Orchard 
301 2d 



Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Day left ; many parents who have been con- 
Thursday to spend* the 'hoh'davs icerned because Johnny has not 
with relatives in Tazwell .Ten- I been gaining in weight .as the 
nessee. [teacher said he should, or why 



FOR RENT — After January 
1st, .flat of four rooms and bath ; 
steam heat ; centrally located 
Apply at Register office. 299 tt 



Miss layne Coodloe spent the 
week end With her uncle. Mr. J. 
L5. F.lkson. and Mrs. Ellison. 

Mrs. Algin Brandenburg was 
in Lexington Tuesday. 

Mrs 
pn 

Mi 
were 
Saturday 



 vmg li'om 



Robert Mullikin i:f ' im 
a recent illness, 
and Mrs. Leslie Lorn 
shopping in Lexingtoi 



Mary is not as tall as the teacher 
thought she ought to b c for her 
ace. can forget about these things 



now. 



FOR SALE — Antique candle 
stand and rocker ; modern ma- 
hogany library table. Phone 

302 tf 



State Road Commission 

Lets More Contract: 

Frankfort, Ky., Dec , 22— Bids ; 
on three road projects were ac- 
cepted by the State Highway j 
Commission at its 



NICE block coal at yard ? S; 
lelivered $8.50. Try a load from 
Gordon's, phone 28. 292 tt 



What, Has Klan Scared 'Em? 

Monroe. La.. Dec. 22— Lieu- 
tenant Louis Hay-den today re- 
ceived a message from Captain 
\Y. \V. Cooper at Mer Rouge to 

nobilize a detachment of 40 men' were let and the bids on 
and rush them to Morehouse 
parish to reinforce members of 
Company G Louisiana National 



FOUND— Bunch of keys at 
Western Union office. Owner can 
meeting here 'get same at Daily Register of- 
Thursday and action on the re- ! fice by paying for this adv. tf. 



deiivereil m c 
don's, phone 28. 




f 




VICTR0LAS AND VICTOR RECORDS 

VICTOR 

ONLY ONE MORE DAY LEFT 

to buy dishes at your 
own price. We are go- 
ing to close them out. 
We don't intend to carry 
them over — 



$! 2 Water Set for $5.00 
$10 Water Set for ___$4.00 
$10 Chocolate Set for $4.00 
Odd plates that sold for $1 .50 
50c 

Fancy bowls and other dishes 
in proportion. 

MUNCY BROS. 



PT680 
Si.Wr 
G0Q93 

i: c 

18961 
189,7 

76c 

j 81)64 

75c 
18965 

75c 
18962 

75c 
18966 

Toe 
!S954 

75c 

1 60: :t 



DECEMBER RECORDS 

' ■  , Pretty Bote" Louisa Homer 

''Food P';codeclit.ns, Violin .Solos" 




mammg four projects was post- 
poned. Contracts for the con- 
struction of roads in Crittenden. 
Powell] and Menifee comities 

Nel- 
son, Bullitt and Spencer were 
repotted by the commission. 

Bids accepted follow: Critten- 
den-1 .onisville-Padncah road. 8.8 
miles from Marion to the Liv- 
ingston county line; Brantey & 
i Costello Bros., Knoxville, $86,- 
493.59. 

Powell - Stanton - Winchester 
road, 5 miles, from Stanton to . 
one-half mile of Clay City"; Ellis! 
& Smithers, Owe'osboro,, $59,- j 
1 869.60. 

Menifee. Frcnchbnrg - West 
Liberty road. 9.6 miles, from! 



RUN of Mine coal, 60 per cent 
egg and block, while it lasts $ ; 



ellar 



from Gor- 
2^2 tf 



FOR SALE— An Edison phon- 
ograph ; good as new ; can be 
.xmght at c bargain. Apply at 
Daily Register office.   r tele- 
phone 69. 294 tf 



MEET AT CAPITA! 



Mr. George iU oi '• 
"with his danghir^ Mrs. Murray 
s I Smith, for the hV'idavs 



21— 



(Associated Press) 

Frankfort. Ky.. Dec 
Leading educators of the negro 
race in Kentucky mere here to- 
day for the first annual confer- 
ence of negro administrative of- 
ficers. Presidents of the negro 
colleges and school^ were on 
hand ^s well as the officers in 
adminitrarrve capacities in the 
smaller schools of the state. The 
conference which was called by 
George Coivin, state superin- 
tendent, will end tomorrow . 

The program of the meeting 
calls for a round table discussion 
of the problems of education to- 
day, followed by a bansuet to- 
night at the Kentucky Normal 
and Industrial Institute. Presi- 
\ Russell will entertain; 



DON'T BE DIS:,pp c  iNTED— 

ALWAYiiaaE 



IS^pp c i 

CALUMET 



TK5- 



D. B. McKINNEY & Co. 



delegates at the banquet to- 



FOR RENT — 3 nice rooms, 
bath and hall ; private entrance ; 
water .lights ; all conveniences 

301 2p 



LOST— Dark blue silk um- 
brella with brown handle and 
Finder phone 311 and rc- 



dent ( 
the 

night at the normal school 

After the banquet Mr. Cqlvin 
will deliver an address at the 
normal school charci. Friday 
morning's program calls for a 
round table discussion in the] 
House of Representatives ;!t the j 
new capitol. Equal educational! 
facilities for negro and white 
children will be one of the sub-! 
jeets discussed at the confer-l 
ence.. . 



LONG TERM rARM LOANS 

We ure approved ab- 
stractors ot the Louis- 
ville Joint Stock Land 
Bank wlJch makes long 
term farm loans on good 
land in Madison county 
in amounts from $2,500 
to $35,000. Small appli- 
cation fe^e charged but 
no commission. Rate 6 
percent xk .irty-three year 
amortization plan. Loan i 
can be paid at any inter- " 
est paying period after 
five yeavo or before by 
paying a small compro- 
nr'se fee. Ample funds. 
Quick Service. If in nevd 
of a loan come to see us. 
This bank ./il not make 
loans on rojgh or un- 
improved lands. 

GHENAULT & CHENAULT 



ATTORNEYS 



). 



near Frcnchburg, to Morgan 



ceive reward 



3t 



county line : Ellis & 
Owcnsboro. S82.268.62. 



Smither 



Co-operative Stock SaJ.es 

At sales of the Fayette Co- 
i operative Sales Company Wed- 
I nesday hogs brought from S7.8? 
j to S8.25 a hundred pounds. One 
• load of cattle weighing 1,033 
[pounds, brought $6.05 a hundred 
j pounds and a load of siock cat- 
! tie averaging 640 pounds was 
j sold for  5.85 a hundred pounds, 
I and a load of stock cattle aver- 
| aging 640 pounds was sold for 
$5.85 a hundred pounds. A num- 
ber of stock cattle were sol  
; from S20 to $35 a head. A few 
butcher heifers were sold from 
$6 tot $7.25 a hundred pounds. 
Two purebred heifers, brought 
$68.50 each. 



FOR SALE— Nice block coal,' 
S8 on car'; $8.50 delivered. Mc- : 
Dowell Coal Co., 203 Estill ave- 
nue. 287 tf 
| 

FOR SALE— House. 5 rooms, 
2 halis; pantry, bath room, light's | 
water; in good repair, well lo- 
cated. Can give immediate pos- 
session if sold by Dec. 27th. i 
I no. H. Hurst, phone 855. 301 
4l  | 



DELC0 LIGHT SERVICE 

WE TAKE PLEASURE IN ANNOUNCING 
THE APPOINTMENT OF 



A. J. Tnbble, Jr. 



Phone 
RICHMOND, 



 r 80S 
KENTUCKY 



AS- 



DE1.CO LIGHT SERVICE STATION 
FOR MADISON AND ESTILL COUNTIES 
INDIANAPOLIS DELCO LIGHT COMPANY 



FRECKLES AND HIS FFdEN 



-Louise Homer Stires 
Mischa Elman 



PUBLIG SALE 



"Mary, Dear" j. 
"While the Yeans 
"When Yti i L uig 
"Trail to Long Aj 
"Hot'Liys" 



Henrv Burr 

Roll By" l E lna Crown— Elliott Shaw 

for a Pal" '. Lewis Jam.cs 

jo" Lewis James — Eliott Shaw, 

Miss Patricola 



"All For the Love of Mike" 

"Tomorro-.v" — Fox Trot 

"You Gave Mo "tour Heart"— Fox 



Trot 



Miss Patricola 

._ Great White Way Ochestra 
._ Great White Way Orchestm 



"I W-^li I C.Mir] Shir.miy Like My Si. ter Kate"— Fox Trot— The Virgrinians 

"Gee, Put I Hate to Go Home Alone" — Fox Trot The Virginians 

"Carolina in the Morni:.g" — Fox Trot Taul Whitcman and His Orchestra 

"Cow Hells"— Fox Trot Zez Confrcy and His Orchestra 

"Ixnxly Lucerne" Walts Great White Way Orchestra 

"Komu'iy Yove"— Fox r J*:ot Paul Whitemand and His Orchestra 

"Toot, Toot. Tootsie!"r— Fox Trot Benson Orchestra of Chicago 

"Do It?"— Fox Trot Benson Orchestra of Chica-o 

CHRISTMAS RECORDS 

"Adeste Fidel-" Westminster Chimes 

"Lead Kir. i!y Light,'. and "Nearer My God to Thee* Westminster Chimes 

"Holy Night" Hairy M«c Doeough 

"Ho. anna" Harn»' MacD n ugh 

nit Night" : Hayden Quartet 

11 There Be Any Stars in My Crown?" Hayden Quartet 

sent Night Holy Night" (Violin, Flute, Harp) Neapolitan Trio 

\ristmas Hymns (Harp) Lapitino 

bta Tells e.f Mother Goose Land"— Part 1 : G. Guard 

W& Claus Tells of Mother Goo^e Land"— Part 2 G, Girar.l 

Kstmas Day in the Workhouse" Robert Hilliaid 

Bies from "A Fool There Was" Robert Hilliard 

$25 00 TO $250.00 — EASY TERMS AT CASH PRICES 

LET YOUR GIFT TRAIL END AT 

•f*- - . - ■ * • 

uncy Brothers 



r 



1 will sell the. property on West 
Main, known as the Morgan Tay- 
lor property, to the highest and 
best bidder, on Saturday, Decem- 
ber 23, 1922, at 2 o'clock, rain or 
shine. 

This is a, beautiful residence, 
with all modern conveniences. 
The house contains 4 rooms 
downstairs, and 4 rooms upstairs, 
with wardrobe in every room up- 
stairs, with hardwood floors; 
beautiful basements with water 
and lights, bath and all other con- 
veniences; with nice garage 

This property is all new, and | 
the lot is 50 feet front by 150 feet ' 
deep. Possession will be given 1st 
day of January, 1923. 

This property is wholly in' my 
hands for sale and will be sold. 

Terms : One-third down, bal- 
j ance in one and two years with 
] 6 per cent interest on deferred 
I payments.- with lien on property ; 
or the purchaser can pay it all 
j cash down if he so desires. 

Anyone desiring to ft ok at this ; 
property before day of sale, Mrs. 
Taylor will take pleasure in 
showing same. 

0t LONG TOM. CHENAULT.. 



'V 




B&Qft 
■ i m p 



Richmond daily register (Richmond, Madison County, Ky.), 1922-12-22

4 pages, edition 01

 Persistent Link: https://kentuckynewspapers.org/catalog/xt7t7659gc93
 Local Identifier: rih1922122201
 JSON Metadata: https://kentuckynewspapers.org/papervault/rih/xt7t7659gc93.json
Location
  Published in Richmond, Kentucky by Climax Print. Co.
   Madison County (The Knobs Arc Region)