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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond daily register. — 24 September 1919

This Richmond Daily Register Richmond, Madison Cqunty Wednesday HEAVY CUT IN COAL YIELD BY CAR SHORTAGE fICIIL10IO ,lon. Sept. 29 12,000,000 Tons Lost In Teh Weeks By Inadequate - Supply of Cars 600,000 MINERS PLAN ' TO ASK WAGE INCREASE Afternoon, September 24, 1919 ' : ' T:M A DRAMATIC STORY OF VIRGINIA MOUNTAINS A Splendid Cast and Production with ' JANE WARE AS JUNE ' This is the only authorized company now presenting this play You are therefore assured the No. 1 company and production and will come here direct from Lexington where thfey play Friday and Saturday: - " 1 A - " Prices 50c, 75c; $1.00, $1.50; Children 25c. Seats on sale at Opera House Box Office. fcarl Park, of Bloomington, 111., is wing in the home of Mr. . and MfsrVonah Park. - . B. M. Stagner, David Williams and Dudley Wagers have entered K. M. I. at Louisville. a&mm L , In compliance with the law, you are requested and aireciea to meet me or one or my deputies at the othce for the puropse of giving in your T...

Publication Title: Richmond Daily Register
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond daily register. — 24 September 1919

: - ?:".' " ','::.-X'-' v.V : -. .':'v ' v'-' ' :-y-;1': 'x-n-- ".:r-'ir:- :,f::v .:.z l:- : -;' V;:"' '','V': iv'; ;;: .vl ' ' . -f ' - - . - - - ' , ' ' , ITie Richmond Daily Register Richmond, Madison County Wednesday Afternoon, September 24, 1 9 1 9 . , , , . . . . i i i i i . j Foster Free Again V ' ' ' " ' ' " ' ' " ' ' " " 1 1 1 1 ' 1 ' " ' ," 1 ' " V, ' i . . i i i Mrs. J. B. Stouffer Announces Her Kaiifman-Straus Company Incorporated , of Louisville, Kentucky DISPLAY OF FALL AND WINTER STYLES IN LADIES AND MISSES Coals, Wraps, Suits, Dresses Waists, Sweaters, Etc Beginning MONDAY, Sept. 22, and Throughout the Week REMEMBER THE DATES-SEPTEMBER 22 to 27 - - - . - a ! V" Cm. Onenbe will be held in INeale Bennett s rurmrare Important Announcement Charles A. Keith and Hon. John : Community meeting and pie jNoland will be speakers Good suoner at Green's- chapel on ' music will be furnished Every Barnes Mill pike, Friday even-'body come. Boost a good cause. ing, Sept. zoth at ocio...

Publication Title: Richmond Daily Register
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond daily register. — 25 September 1919

-Ui .V.f' it-.M ,-', , , ; - , - ISTE .. :.'v . , .'' t- Established 1 865U53d YeiBNo. 253 RicKmo TTiurAftemobft, September 25, 1919 .C3 p - . r y s ( .1-'-t -i J i-f i.tv.F. r'jdd! -.,v '.'t ,,' ' ' ' . -i ''' AM rcrj Tvl TTnTXT TTTN Bo s i. vi ii i i i iv l n ill STILL FAR BELOW HER QUOTA Strong Plea Is Made To Remem ber Kentucky Boys Who Made Supreme Sacrifice. (Contributed) Madison county's quota for the Kentucky Memorial Building Fund is $5,000. The drive is on and the week is more than half gone without a proportionate part of her quota raised. When America entered . the war, few were slow and deliber ate in saying that it was right to send men to offer their lives for the safety of their country and their homes. It was fitting that they go and- even die for ideals. None suggested to them their probable fate, and they thought not of it for theirs was a privi lege to give all that men' could give their lives. ' . Are we so prone to forgetful ness and ingratitude that we will co...

Publication Title: Richmond Daily Register
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond daily register. — 25 September 1919

Every City has a Reputation to Maintain In these Days of Constantly Increasing Travel New Visitors are in our City each week Many never Get Beyond the Business Section Will Be Our Biggest Advertisement Richmond Daily Register S. M. SAUFLVft Editor and Proprietor Sntered at tne postofflce In Rlcnmond a secend class mail matter under Act of Congreaa of 1I7S. HabacrlBtlra Rate Per year, by mail out of city- Six montha by mail out of clty.0 Three montha by mall out of city. $100 ' In city, by carrier, per week ltc Oaa month by mall, i ltc Subscriptions are atrlctly cash-In -ad -.- eance to all and paper will be stopped : promptly when subscription haa ex " grtred. Wilson Wins The West Again David Lawrence, conceded to be the greatest political correspondent of them all, says that Wilson scored a great triumph on the Pacific coast in his advocacy of the treaty and League of Nations. Lawrence . 1 been with the President on his whole tour and is writing impartially of it and its effects. H...

Publication Title: Richmond Daily Register
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond daily register. — 25 September 1919

Richmond Daity Regy tar, Richmond, f.!acEsoa County ' Thursday AfternoonSeptember 25, 1919 1 ANatural Ifcnlc'ondJ nsccnctroctivD Such has been the un- , . disputed indorsement by leading specialists of the medical profession after thoroughly testing - . MTht Wtterwty to Health' ' The American Medicinal Min eral Water bottled at the Spring without any condens ing or fortifying whatever. 64 Doses $1.00 Dose: Tablespoonful in Glass of Water Also prescribed for In digestion, constipation, rheumatic affections, high blood pressure, hardening of arteries, and skin affections. Money back if not satis fied. Had on oretcrin. tion by your phy sician or at your drugglit't. Book let on requeit Tht Devonian Ilinaral Spring Co. (Incorporated) Owanworo, Ky. Social and Personal Ortauied For Birthday Mrs. W. D. Durham entertained with a delicious dinner and spend-the-day Sunday in honor of her husband's birthday. Mrs. Durham's plans were not made known to him until the A. f -f TltADA VtWABAM nrAWA M...

Publication Title: Richmond Daily Register
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond daily register. — 25 September 1919

y- . ?? ,'. ';The Richmond Patty Register Richmond, Madison CourttyiiThursday Afternoon; mTWl v. w a ' ; . 5 TP Wilson Pardons Banker . Walter Scott Perry, of Jenkins, now serving a five-year term in the Atlanta penitentiary for misappro priating funds of the First National Bank at Jenkins, has been pardoned by President Wilson. Perry was form erly the banks's cashier- He will be freed at once. Perry's defalcation amounted to $,5000 or $6,000. Before it was discovered he voluntarily went to the president of the bank and con fessed personally, and with) the, aid of his friends made good every , dol lar taken. His wife sacrificed her jewelry and other belongings. i mi HAVE if A SnAULiSHlPMl,;: . J. 15. ....... .IF" , ..iiiuiyf JUL lllrl 71 I I 1 I i i i . wn nn r nrra ra n? ' rrv n rr n m r , ,BETTER;.pRpENpwjf;lwi v:. if. m -m&sm.- . COAL AND FEED PHONE 28 PHONE 224 Mrs Dtourrer Announces Her Kaufman-Straus Company , Incorporated - Display Of Autumn SUITS AND DRESSES OF SERVICEAB...

Publication Title: Richmond Daily Register
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond daily register. — 26 September 1919

4" it ' ' : ' AM Established 1865 53d Yeat Noi 2Sij- ' " Richmond. Madison County Kentucky r, "Biurnlay Afternoon, September-2 1919 Single Copy 5 Cent .mwmzmm . Hi) Mi U- M s EEST OF PRESIDENT'S , 0 TOUR CANCELLED Dr. Cry Grayson, His Personal Physician Gives Illness and ' Physical Exhaustion -As Cause (By Associated Press) . Wichita, Kansas, . Sept. 26 Bulletin President Wilson today cancelled the remainder of his tour under orders from Admiral Cary Grayson, the president's physican, and will " return ' to Washington direct from Wichita. Admiral Grayson gave illness 'and physical exhaustion as the rea son for his action. Although there .is nothing 'criti cal about the President s condr tion, Dr. Grayson declared a ner yous reaction attecting his diges- ive organs made a suspension ot his trip imperatve. The President was ill .most of the night and the decision to re turn at once to the capital was reached just before the train ar rived at Wichita. The President wanted to con tinue ...

Publication Title: Richmond Daily Register
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond daily register. — 26 September 1919

Richmond Daily Register, Richmond, Matfison County Friday Afternoon, September 26, 1919 ' ' MORMON LEGIONS STRONG FOR PACT U 0 m UTAH," WHILE STRONGHOLD : OF SMOOT, STANDS BY LEAGUE FOR PEACE. c a package before the war c a package during the war c a package THE FLAVOR LASTS SO DOES THE PRICE! Bring pleasure and comfort into every home where they are used Pleasure be cause of their beauty and efficiency: comfort because of the great amount of time and labor they save. The spirit of war-time economy is shown not only in the saving of money and food, but alio in the conservation of time and work. It is the duty of every housewife to aid in local war activities, but many are unable to do so because of the great amount of time required for household cares. Electricity solves this problem by doing the tasks that ordi narily take the best part of a day in a fewr hours, giving more time and accomplishing the work in a far more efficient manner. We Carry Compltl Lino ol UNIVERSAL Electric H...

Publication Title: Richmond Daily Register
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond daily register. — 26 September 1919

y!lrfesHydJ)d!y Rgtgt Richmond, f.Iadlsca CcuatylFriday Afternoon, September 26, 1919 ' '' " ' .-..i -s V-""..;.''. ' . .'; BROOXSTOWN ; '' Mr- andv Mrs..- Butler, of .Crawford, .r Miss., have sold their farm anji are with, their friends and relatives in -; i LIQUIDS and PASTES '-For BJapk.Whtte.Tana Ox-Blood (dark brown) Shoes Kentucky.; ...... - .-., ' ;. There ; . : was a large crowd at Brookstown last Saturday to hear Bro. Martin. KEEP YOUR SHOES 1 ; i I Mrs.- W. H. Gentry is with, her NEAT daughter, Mrs. Tom .Taylor of Union City to attend the .Baptist associa tion. . ' , . . Miss . Dovie! Parke, has returned home after a two weeks visit with friends in Shelby county. Mr. and Mrs. Tom Taylor spent last month with her sister, Mrs. Robt Turpin. There will be a pie supper at Brookstown school house next Satur day night, Sept. 27. Every body invited. , 6- GX.F.F.DAUET COHPORATIONS JD. 1BUFFA1A H.V. RICHMOND S Mon. Sept 29 A DRAMATIC STORY OF VIRGINIA MOUNTAINS A Splendid Cast and P...

Publication Title: Richmond Daily Register
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond daily register. — 26 September 1919

aw .4 A, 4 4 1 v.. Si EDGE Stock Fannni Will be sold at public auction on the premises, on the North MidcQetown Pike on ' r, Tuesday, October w 10 A. M. ru..:.i ti7 insi nf land in . hiffh state of cultivation and VVIIUUIIO . - t is now being surveyed for division into several small farms. This farm is one of the best in the county and adjoins the CITY LIMITS OF PARIS, KY., faces the North Middletown Pike, Maysville Division of the Louisville & Nashville -Railroad and the waters of S toner Creek. '. For many years it was the stock raising farm of the late G. G. White, and was prac tically al lln grass. There is no better land.. Its soil is deep and fertile and will grow fine tobacco, corn or hemp.A plat of the farm will be ready in a few days showing meets and bounds of each tract and describing improvements. The property be-' longs to Hinton Bros., who are selling to effect a division of the undivided .interest of each owner. Watch for big display ad giving full description of ...

Publication Title: Richmond Daily Register
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond daily register. — 26 September 1919

Tho Fii Bottle of t v '. Bnorlneer.O. . Social and Personal I.I ; - t ... , Spend-the-Day ; Mrs. 5. DeJarnett entertained with a delightful y spend-the-day Tuesday, in honor "of Mrs. James Bailey of. Missouri, the house guest of Mr. John Farley. A most delicious- menu was served and enjoyed by MOTHKRS WHOPREEARE CAREFraiXVECa MotheiFmend AID NATURE AND TfcE FHYSJOAN She should remain healthy by hav ing avoided the discomforts which usually accompany such an occasion where nature it unaided ' The nerves, muscles and tendons are thoroughlv lubricated. After the crisis she should . speedily regain her natural condition. Mother's Friend is used externally. ' At -0 Drwuuti. - . SpacadaWbreal RrarffaM BBahsneCb. Dat.M0.Atlaata.0h. Gave Relief; fvr Writes : I J. . i a i I A Few Extra Bargains For the Housekeeper hoal Ana Cherries .60e ean White Cherries.- . - '. . .KIte can Pitted Ited Cherries (pure sugar syrup) : 4rJc can niack Raspberries (pure ausrar syrup) . .... ........................

Publication Title: Richmond Daily Register
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond daily register. — 26 September 1919

.' - .tu i:-- i : :"; u;-t M I;'. ;. : if f 5:. 7 t-... n C 7) : r i j v w i Richmond Patty RegsterRicond, Ma jison County , Friday Aftefaobn; September, 26, 1919 ; .Peace Wi Mi F,.- mimiferhmntfK nafilv7d.i Evetv available shiD is bemffused in carrying American made goods to Europe. 'Our factories and foundries are over-sold and with railroad transportation almost blocked; new price lists are being issued by nearly all mills once or twice each month, lhe wage problem is a most serious one. The merchant who last spring believed everything would get cheaper and refused to buy his Fall stock will very likely have no stock to sell. For as a matter . . of fact, several big advances .have bemmade in all Jines during the summer, and the fellow who refused to buy will not bnl have to pay more for his goods, but will have to wait on poor transportation. ' v -: ' ;;-v: .,.-:'.': "' . . . , ;'' In the face of these difficulties, we have bought and received a VERY LARGE STOCK FOR FALL TRADE, m...

Publication Title: Richmond Daily Register
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond daily register. — 26 September 1919

z "-Richaacad Doily R;:;:I2SKi Friday Afternoon, September 26, 1919 150.2&iRCT HE LAND 3 Farm, Sioclt and Crops er 30th iuesday, Seotemb lOAiM. ' ;v . I will offer for sale publicly my farm containing 150.29 acres v situated in Madi ' son county, one mile to Dixie Highway on the Kingston and Crooksville pike, eight miles from Richmond and seven miles from Berea, and adjoining the lands of Mrs. Djr. Bales and Ike Dean, one mile from Kingston High'School and churches. ; This farm has on it a dwelling,' good stock barn, tobacco barn and outbuildings, and is i'very fertile land. On the farm are 25 acres in bluegrass, 20 acres in clover, 50 acres in corn and tobacco, and 55 acres 'stubble.: Has three ponds and one never failing spring. Possession will be given for seeding immediately, full possession January 1, 1920. The following stock;crop" and implements will be sold: MOHAN 1 pair 4-year-old horse mules w A pair two-year-old horse1 mules 1 five-year-old mare mule 1 fouyear-old hor...

Publication Title: Richmond Daily Register
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond daily register. — 26 September 1919

Richmond Daily Register, Richmond, Madison County Friday Afternoon, September 26, 1919 " "BAYER CROSS" bN ASPIRIN Always Ask for Genuine ."Bayer Tablets of Aspirin" Hnltr A unirln Tnhlpt with thfl aafa. tv "Bayer Cross" on ' them are genuine "Bayer Tablets of Aspirin," owned and made by Americans and mJ oat a kit milliona nf TWnnlA. Unknown quantities of fraudulent Aspirin Tablets were soia recently oy &. Brooklyn dealer which proved to be Composed mostly of Talcum Powder, i "Bayer Tablets of Aspirin" should always be asked for. Then look for the safety "Bayer Cross" on ihe pack age and on each tablet Accept noth ing else! Proper directions and dos- Imlrln fa tliA fnula mnrlr nf Kftvpr Manufacture of Monoaceticacidester of Saicylicacid. . . Some Punkin . ' a.. . ; -1 A "punkin the sight of which .is causing many a lip to smack with desire for an old-fashioned punkin pie, is, being displayed in the window at Neff's Fish and Oyster House. It is said to be a sample of which the fam...

Publication Title: Richmond Daily Register
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond daily register. — 27 September 1919

( WtiMm TEE, Established 1865 53d YearKTo: 255 ' ' Richmond. Madison (iunty Kentcuky, Saturday Afrernooni, Septeber 27; 1919 Single Copy 5 Cents . VI I! V. 1; .Vv STATE'S HIGHEST COURT H0I10RS DEAD JURIST Beautiful Memorial Services Held At Frankfort and Tributes Paid To Judge Burnam Beautiful and impressive services were held on Tuesday September 23rd in open Court in the Court room of the Kentucky Court of Ap peals at Frankfort, Kentucky, in memory of Judge A. R. Burn am. Members of the Committee on Resolutions presented were: Judge J. P. Hobson, Judge Edward C. O'Rear, Judge J. H. Hazelrigg,. CoL John R. Allen, Hon. Chas. H. Rodcs, Hon. W. B. Smith and the Hon Alex P." Humphrey.- ' Judge J. P. Hobson as Chairman ol the Resolutions Committee .pres ented to the . Court the following resolutions which were adopted and ordered to be spread on, the records of the Court and published in the permanent edition of the Kentucky Reports: . The Resolutions Judge Anthony Rollins Burnam was bo...

Publication Title: Richmond Daily Register
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond daily register. — 27 September 1919

a. Yd WAV LnJ W51D DoDCPease .. ':' I - ..- I Greater Crowds Greater Sales I "6 . '. , I l .! '-.V I-"' "" f Slhoppiiinidj Shew LET US BE NUMBERED AMONG THOSE CITIES THAT DO THINGS 4 Estimates From Many Merchants W Has Been Installed Show 25 per cent Increased Sales -rm aa Richmond Daily Register ft. M. SAUFLE. Editor and Preprletsr IN CAR LOAD LOTS 18 per cent Duplex Basic Phosphate f v Z llag; $24.50 per Ton 16 per cent Acid Phosphate, $26 per Ton UNION SUPPLY CO. Incorporated Green Clay, Agent Richmond, Ky. Phones 51 and 319 GILT EDGE tock Jp arm Will be sold at public auction on the premises, on the North Middletown Pike on Tuesday, October 7 10 A.M. Contains 547 acres of land in a high state of cultivation and is now being surveyed for division into several small farms. This farm is one of the best ' in the county and adjoins the CITY LIMITS OF PARIS, KY., faces the North Middletown Pike, Maysville Division of the Louisville & Nashville Rail road and the waters of Stoner Cr...

Publication Title: Richmond Daily Register
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond daily register. — 27 September 1919

Richmond Daily Register, Richmond, Madisori County Saturday Afternoon, Septemb er, 27; 1919 S ; fi r '.11 BeciiUM you are particular, L- . . I ' ' - " f. 1(1 y' practical, this is your kind . JB i r? VliS'l he. Every graceful. ' lg jO M m line is shown here and as ad- Plbvi J Pill vertised in The Saturday Eve- ijhrTSSp ) iT Bll nb Pot SePtember -wiu. . . I V. 3; flwIMi he just as attractively shown W v$ipfsil V f AH! on-;your . foot "Holt ' that. - 1 M shape?" Yes.. "Wear?" Pos- IjWli, - . Lti&& itively And price considered rjillw' V,f Ralston Shoes will afford you W Wim ' . I the utmost; in style, comfort jjgl ' ' Social and Personal Miscellaneous Shower Mrs. B. F. Boggs will entertain with a miscellaneous shower this afternoon in honor of her daughter, Mrs. Hugh Miller Thorpe, who re cently returned ' from Indianapolis and is preparing to go to house keep ing at Red House. Miss Elizabeth Blanton is 'spending ftho week-end in Paris. Mr. Abncr Ferrill Oldham is L&tonia f...

Publication Title: Richmond Daily Register
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond daily register. — 27 September 1919

'.'"-"'vr.,;!i'-,i-.,. ., ' ' ' .,, i w. , i . The Richmond Daily lestgrRicKiTioiatd, Madison .County. Saturday ('iMtefeowyp(bertb' 27. 1919 r ,' ;' ;V::';'" :"V'? f.i" Notice Ta (Oontracte , Sealed proposals will be received by the Fiscal Court ,of Madison county at the office of J. W. Maupin, County .Clerk, on TUESDAY, OCT. 7, 1919 ' until 1 2 o'clock noon at Richmond, Kentucky for the construction of four concrete slab bridges, two con crete box culverts and 1 60 cubic yards of concrete , headwalls for pipe culverts on Road No. 73 C-l from ' Richmond to Irvine, Ky. " Length of bridges, one 20 feet; one 12 feet, on double span of 1 2 feet and one double span of 1 6 feet each. - Culverts, one six feet by four feet and 22 feet and are five feet by three feet by 22 feet. -, Approximate quantities: 300 cubic yards earth evacuation. 25 cubic yards rock. 1 50 cubic yards class A concrete. 365 cubic yards class B concrete. 5. cubic yards class D concrete. 20 cubic yards cement rubble mas...

Publication Title: Richmond Daily Register
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond daily register. — 29 September 1919

, '-V "'.. : -. ,-.'. vv :-r.o.v-.,.. iiii V :'. 'V- Established 1865 53d Year-No. 256 , , : Richmond. Madison County Monday Afternoon, September 29, 1919 Single Copy 5 Cents OMAHA'S MAYOR ALMOST LYNCHED By Wild Mob Which Strings Up .. Negro Brute After Setting Fire To Court House (By Associated Presa) Omaha, Neb., Sept. 29 Mayor Ed Smith, of Omaha, injured yes- ,tereday when a mob attempted to lynch him during the race riot ing here, was in a critical condi tion this morning. Reports from the hospital stated the Mayor has recovered consciousness but his physician said it is too early to make a definite statement as to his condition.: , The attempt to lynch mith came during the night, the mob ' rule resulting in the lynching of the negro accused of attacking a white girl, burning .the county court house where he was confin ed, and the death of one mm, who shot and the injuring ot perhaps 40 others. , The city is quiet to day under patrol of federal troops William Brown, the negro, w...

Publication Title: Richmond Daily Register
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Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond daily register. — 29 September 1919

Richmond Daily Register, Richmond, Maqlison County V : Monday Afternoon, September 29, 191 9 v It 1 1 Fine Bluegrass Farm For Sale 1 Have For Sale Privately : v "TV. 262 ACRES OF LAND v. ; 5 miles north of Richmond. This is a fine blue grass, farm, with good improvements; new 6 or 7 room frame dwelling, new tobacco barn that will hold four or five acres of tobacco ; also stock barn that will hold about three acres of tobacco. There are only 60 or 65 acres of this land in cultivation this year; broken out of" sod in the spring; 25 acres wheat and rye, broken out of sod. There is a 'fine set of blue grass on all the ' rest of the place. . , - This is a very desirable farm an dwill be on the market for only a short time. i '. ; . V Parties wishing to purchase, please call on , C. T. STONE Real Estate Agent Richmond, Ky. Richmond Daily Register GILT EDGE Stock Farm Will be sold at public Miction on the premises, on the North Mlddjetoiyn Pike on i ,t r ; v Tuesday October 7 10 A. M. Cont...

Publication Title: Richmond Daily Register
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