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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond daily register. — 15 May 1919

i The Daily Register,; Richmond, Madison County, Ky. Thursday Afternoon, May 1 5, 1 9 1 9 i n n. ' ' ' a. : I? hi!-; s J i ."i t it:!! L'-l h. 111 if I?". Gailus? Pcsl It Off Quickly! ,. ' 5othiiuj On Earth like "Gets-It" Tor Corns and Calluses. - "A spot of thickened akin on the . bottom of your foot which, so often makes walking an agony. Is aa easily removed by wonderful "Gets-It" sua Like Baaau Callaa Coi FeeU any hard or soft corn anywhere on your toes. Look at this : picture. 1 A few drops of "Gets-It" did the work. The callus comes loose from the true flesh. No Irritation what ever. You peel the callus right off ' just like a banana peel peacefully, painlessly. "Gets-It" does the same ' thing- to any corn, without the -use of sticky plasters. Irritating salves, greasy ointments or bundling tape. There's no fussing no knife, no scissors to use, "Gets -If is used by millions, because it's common sense. 1 and it never fails. Try it, prove It. "Gets-It," the guaranteed, money bac...

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. — 16 May 1919

rr STEB, Established 1865 53d Year No. 142 vSkhmoodvlacKson County, Kentucky, riday Afternoon, May 1 6, 1919 Single Copy Five Cents RUMORED THAT RHA WILL WITHDRAW (ay Associated Press) Louisville. Ky, May 16 Thomas S. Khea. of Russellville, who was said in political cirlces to be preparing- to withdraw from the race for the demo cratic nomination for eovernor, return ed to his country home and could not be reached for either confirmation -or denial. ' THIS HUN SHOWS SIGNS OF INTELLIGENCE (By Associated Press) -, Versailles. s May 16 A distinct Im pression among some subordinate mem bers of the German peace mission that the Germans will .sign the peace treaty is reflected in a remark of one of the secretaries: , "What else can we do but sign - he is quoted as saying. We are on the ground, your knees en our stomachs and your thumbs in our eyes. The German yea.ee treaty, it develop ed today, contains a clause which will enable the immediate resumption of trade. Meanwhile, according- to...

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. — 16 May 1919

. -C3-. -J. The Daily Register, Richmond, Madison County, Ky ' Friday Afternoon, May 1 6 1 91 9 'I i ' J. f u :r-.; ,-5 f i ,i J. i': f Ji' if: J,,: I"; i - Bricli and Clay Coal, Salt, Fire Cement, Wall Plaster, Plaster Paris, Lime, Sand,, Hay, Straw, Oats, Corn, t ill reed, Horse Feed L. M piairfltoirp Richmond Daily Register . M. SAUFLEY. Editor u Proprietor Entered at the postoffice in Richmond aa second class mail matter under Act ot Congress of 187S. Snbserlptlea Ratea. rer year. Dy mail out or city- lcO Six months by mail out of cltyJ2-00 Three months by mail out of city 11.00 In city, by carrier, per week10c One month by mail 8Bc Subscriptions are strictly cash-in-advance to all and paper will be stopped promptly when subscription has ex pired. . POLITICAL ANXOISCEMEVTS The Daily Register Is authorized to Announce the following: candidates for nomination, subject to the action of the democratic Primary, Augrust 2, 1919: For Representative H. C. RlCE. T. H. COLLINS For Represe...

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. — 16 May 1919

fle n.y Register. RicKmop i Madison Gwwy Kenhiclcv Friday Afternoon, May 1 6, 1 919 - oft) Ha8CD(? c: 7 ! I-, m ft - - - x THINK AB3UT -WINTER COAL NOW IS THE TIME F. H. "GORDON PHONE TWENTY EIGHT mi M ITU Tc7C3J i 9 SOCIAL AND PERSONAL ('t'ilisin l lull meeting. Hiss Emma Watts was host to the 'VMIian Club Wednesday afternoon at l-:rr.iv;iid. An excellent program was -iv n including -instrumental, vocal lit'iary numbers. I.. m -hand selection from the opera Mannn fry Masser" was played by Mrs. l'i lfels and s Mary D. Pickels. Jits. 1'uul Iiurnam lollowed in the vo .if number, "Open Now Thy Blue i:V-s." by the same composer. "Ara by Debussy, was a lovely con tribution to the hour of music by Miss ullip F'.aldwin, and the vocal solo. Paul '( al's "Song of Exile." by Miss Miriam X (land, was a pleasinir contrast. Mr!, '.alt' Hennett gave a most graphic de - ription of the Grtp 1 Opera season in '..::uHa. which she a'.tended last week. ;;'ri- which Mrs. SicGaughey played .... " FiniTR ...

Publication Title: Richmond Daily Register
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond daily register. — 16 May 1919

The Pafly Roaster, RiV&rro May 16,. 1919 THE MARKETS 4'! M ana I ." ft .. i -: , ! i . i - .1 i - f 1 ; ' ' i 1-1 jfl" fi '- f Sr. ; r Et ta & THEfiE ARE JZQVIHG win hor unot swa if C3E3P'CAC3E,g JOE GIUXCHIGLIAM, Caterer ...... aaaaaasaaaaaaa! -v- - -.. t-v. -Telephone 58 1 er J' V--.--.-':T wrunuwHIW ' Cincinnati l4qg:s a quarter ' lower; packers a half ;, Chicago strong', cattle sow. and-Bteady. , - V" LouisvilleCattle 200; market steady hogs 3,80ft; active: both unchanged; 10 sheep steady and unchapgedclipped ? 10,75:.. :; -...:.,. v . 'APPOlTED ADMINISTRATOR V. H. Metcalf was appointed in thl county court as administrator of the estate of Mrs. Nancy Metcalf. with R. V. Bush and R. -T. Bush, as sureties. ' Messrs. C. M. Tribble, Fred Click; and .t. Covin trton. were appointed ap praisers of the estate. (STAN DAK U KB) For All Live Stock A Sanftary Protection Against Fleas. Vo Ua tnobi RICHMOND DRUG CO IN JUVEMLE COURT In Juvenile court today. Judge Price gave Frank Gordo...

Publication Title: Richmond Daily Register
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond daily register. — 17 May 1919

: y '.,' - : V; , ' ::. : ' ;;.:; . SniuaSed print : - 'i'J; m mm Published 1CS5 53d YestTa 143 17, 1919' Crfs-ssl Cety, Kentucky, Saturday Aftempon, Five Cent YANK FLIERS FIRST TO GROSS THE ATLAIITIG 1: NC-4 Reaches The Asores Islands Safely On Tint Leg of Oceam Flight With Two Others Close Behind It A RenarkaUe and Glorious Achiere ment Tor American Fliers. ' Bjr Associated Frees) .. Ponta Delgada, Azores Islands, May 18 With seaplane NC-4 leading, the three naval trans-Atlantic fliers com pleted two-thirds of their coarse from Trepassey to the Azores at 8:30 this morning- - ' At 1:25 P. AL, Greenwich time, the NC-4 arrived at the Port of Horta in the Azores. It first sighted land at 11;35 this morning with the NC-1 close behind and the riC-3 passing Station 17. . '. "LAME DUCK" LED THE WAY." (By Associated Press) ' Washington, May 17 The Ameri can naval seaplane NC-4 under Lieu tenant Commander Read attained its first objective in its trans-Atlantic flight, having landed safely a...

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. — 17 May 1919

-Tint 3 ho v In m CistSr SSed print f -x ,f? ; -1 TTie bailie RecTstcr.' RicnmontL VliSsm - fr ..... -, ft!i bUcil Cement Waraaster Sand, 111 Richmond Daily Register 0. M. 8AUKLEY, Editor aaa Prrietr Entered at the postoff ice In Richmond a second class mail matter under Act pf Congress of 1875. . Snbserlptloa Rate. . Per year, by mail out of city I1.C0 Six months by mail out of clty0 Three months by mail out of city $1.00 In city, by carrier, per week , 19c One month by mall 15c Subscriptions are strictly caah-In -advance to all and paper will be stopped promptly when subscription has ex pired. POLITICAL ANNOUNCEMENTS The Daily Register is authorized to announce the following candidates for nomination, subject to the action of the Democratic Primary.. August 2, 1919: For Representative, H. C RlCE. T. H. COLL1XS For Representative In Congress subject to the action of the Democratic Earty and the special election to be eld August 2 1919, in the Eighth Con gressional district: CHARLES...

Publication Title: Richmond Daily Register
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond daily register. — 17 May 1919

t - it . ;.Kr.i. THNK AB1UT WINTER, COAL . NOWISTHE " TIME F. H.7F0RD0N PHONE TWENTY.EIGHT SOCIAL AND PERSONAL Black, of Indianapolis,' Messrs, - Robt. and William Martin, and Mr. Stone Butner, of Caleast Ky. A delightful dinner was served.':-' ,: , -...', Six O'elaek Dlaaes - T ' -..-! ' 'Mr. and Mrs. J. M. 'Jotte wefe hosts at .an -elaborate six o'clock dinner Thursday evening-. , Their- g-uests In cluded Mr. and Mrs. Sam Parks Wagers Miss Louise McKee, Miss Mary Louise Deatherage,- Messrs. Spears Turley. Ed win Powell and William Bur nam. Af ter dinner cards were enjoyed for sev eral hours and the evening was most delightfully spent . in this hospitable home.,,, ' ' . . . ' . .. j Delta-htfal. Bridge Party.-" -. ' ' T " One, of the most enjoyable of ' the spring parties was the Bridge Friday afternoon, to whioh Mrs. Carry Wilson was hostess the honor guest being Mrs. Marshall Collins, of Pel ham Bay, New-York, who is visiting Miss Mari ann Collins. Other guests were Miss Barbara ...

Publication Title: Richmond Daily Register
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond daily register. — 17 May 1919

Th; pjT Hichnicsj. Ha&ca County, Ky. Saturday Afteniooa, May 17. 1919 a Ml .: -t- , St ir4 - : " " I i :n-.. ill : -f V 1 U T ' I Thank to Mrs. Kate Marquis, Mid (Debar?, Logan Cow Ohio, writes as follow?: "I have used Peruna with auc cess. It has cured m of catarrh of the head and throat It U the best medicine for catarrh that I have erer used. I am completely cured. Thanks to Peruna.' Mrs. Marquis is but one of many thousands who know the value of Peruna for that catar rhal condition of the membranes responsible for many of the human ills. HERB TOBY AM Those home grown Waco strawber ries. Sweet and delicious. Try as order at V. Riccl's, Opera House Build ins, phone 36. Also a full line of fancy vegetables. . 117 St. Call for wool bags Gordon. Everything for Building INDICATIONS ARE FOR HIGHER PRICES . BUY NOW SAVAGE-SMITH LUMBER & COAL COMPANY, , Incorporated "JOE W." - Cps B. Wells, Owner The grand Shetland pony, 5 years old, will make the present season at my barn on Irv...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond daily register. — 19 May 1919

fyccJ Print Established 1865 53d YcaiT-No.. 144 e V- ?icnV Madison Ccm AfternOQtt May 1 9, 1 91 9-:.V Single Copy Five Cents BLACK HEARD BY GOOD AUDIENCE Favorite In ." Governorship Mace De clares Against Repeal of "'Tax Law . lint For Amending' It. Madison county's -undoubted fav orite for the Democratic nomination for Governor, Gov. James D. Black, spoke to a large and enthusiastic gathering of voters here Saturday af ternoon in opening his speakng camapaign for the nomination which will be maae August z, next. , The county court room was filled to capacity with democrats" from Madi son and anumber of adjoining coun- ies. who 'came to .hear- . Gov. " Black state his position on issue which are before the people of Kentucky today. The concenus of opinion of nearly, all who were here was. that Gov. Black has his race' for the nomination won, . . , j . i - j What he had to say was listened carefully, and hisv ideas o several roints wyere loudly aplaused. His ref erence to the -defect...

Publication Title: Richmond Daily Register
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond daily register. — 19 May 1919

The Daflv Renter. RicKtnonic).-Ma jjwn Ccuntv. Kv. . ' Monday Afternoon) May 1 9, i $ 1 9 White Hall fi it ii is bUdi, Brie ( and Clay alt, Fire Cement, Wail Plaster, Plaster Paris, Lime, Sand, Hay, Straw, Oats, Corn, : ill feed, Horse Feed L0 Wn- IISainifioin! M ii Richmond Daily Register B. M. SAIFXET, Editor nnd Proprietor Entered at the postofTice in Richmond m second class mail matter under Act Of Congress of 1875. Snbacrlptloa Rates. i 1 1 & a i . nun rcr year, uiu.il uui ui Clljr , dix mourns vy man out ox cny .vu Three months by mail out of city 11.00 In city, by carrier, per week10c One month by mail 3 5c Subscriptions are strictly cash-tn-ad-ance to all and paper will be stopped promptly when subscription has ex pired. POLITICAL, ANNOUNCEMENTS The Daily Register is authorized to announce the following candidates for nomination, subject to the action of the Democratic Primary. August 2, 1919: For Representative. H. C RlCE. T. H. COLLINS For Representative In Congress su...

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. — 19 May 1919

Hie ruHv Register. Richmop j, Madison CoW, Kentucky Monday Afternobn, May 19, 1919 ABOUT WINTER COAL NOW IS THE TIME ; F. H. 'GORDON (PHONE TWENTY EIGHT XIAL AND PERSONAL utifnl Pinner Party. is. ille Minter entertained a ...-- -: i friends to an elegant dinner . v nr,: a motor party to. Boones :: U-.-- afternoon. Those who en .: . hospitality of the hostess were Misses Katherine, Bland. Virginia Croft, Lucille. Blatz, Jane 1 Crawford. Margaret Tuttle, Austin Lilly, 'and Virginia Shanklin. all of ' Lexington, and Misses Jeanette Pates, Kathleen Sullivan, and Eleanor Cammack, of the Normal School. ; Kimball 1'arkH, T C-i " Miss .Minnie Kimball and Mr; Harlan Parks, both of the Red House section, were married Saturday: . Both, are exr ceedingly popular in the - community and have a host of friends who- wish them much happiness. ..--- :;- s , Mr. Nay Coy spent Friday in Lan caster. , - Mr. Waller Chenault. of Lexington, who has been in the aviation service overseas . for the past two y...

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. — 19 May 1919

The Dally Register, Richmond, Madison County, Ky Monday Afternoon, May 1 9, 191$ : . It it 18 n I 1 Mr ; if ft '. ,1; ; 7 ' t i HERE THEY ARE Those home growa Waco strawber- ries. Sweet and delicious. Try an ins. phone 36. Also a full line of fancy vegetables. 137 3t Call for wool bags Gordon. INDICATIONS ARE !UY 1 rp jlb. ' r& I iferping lor mmmg SAVAGE-SMITH LUMBER & GOAL COMPANY Incorporated - -; JOE W." The grand Shetland pony, 5 years old, will make the present season at my barn on Irvine Street, rear of M. H. Wells store, at $10.00 TO INSURE A LIVING COLT He is a grandson of Champion King, son . of Billy Possum, out of the show mare, Beauty, belonging to Cyrus B. Wells, neis a good one and a sure favorite of all. - , Fhcnes 139 and 717 Richmond, Kentucky Don't, The grand Shetland stallion is making the reason of 1919 at my stable at ' ; ' , ' $10.00 FOR A LIVING jCOLT Plkadot is too well known for any lengthy statement. He is black and white, a perfect model in form, a...

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. — 20 May 1919

fc - '- - - . V:J Tn) H2 Established 1 865-53d Yeai No, 145;. i Skhraond. Madison County, Kentucky; Tuesday. Afternoon, May 2d, 1919 Single Copy Five Cents '1 RETURN OF THE : - r RAILROADS AND WIRES TOILERS And Repeal ot War-Time . Prohibition Oa Beer and Wine Among Prcsl drnt's Hecomcndntlons' In Mes sage To Congress. (By Associated Press) Washington, May 20 President Wilson, in his message to Congress tod'av. recommended repeal of war time prohibition, so far as it applies to wine and beer only. He announced definitely that the railroad systems anchthe telegraph and telephone lines would be returned to private owner ship, and urged revision of watf taxes, particularly to abolish manufactur ers' and retail sales' excises and. out lined generally , a program regarding labor. V .. ; '' ' '" These were thei "high spots" of the message he cabled from Paris. Be sides that, he urged the enactment of the woman suffrage constitutional amendment, recommended that . the .- tariff laws be sup...

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. — 20 May 1919

S . ttie Daily Register, KfeKmbhd, Madison County, Ky. Tuesday Artenioon, May 20, 1919 V;'" . - i 1 Hi i hi - i ' i - i-1 .' Mr -'Sv 'I V, R- ! -4 ' 4! foal, Salt Fire Brick and Clay, 1 Cement, Wall Plaster,. Plaster Paris, Lime, Sand, Hay, Straw, Oats, Corn, feed, Horse Feed L. Buaimtioini Mill nil Richmond Daily Register 0. M. SAtFLEY, Editor mad Proprietor Entered at the postoffice in Richmond as second class mail matter under Act of Congress of 1876. SnbaerlBtlaB Rate Per year, by mail out of city- Six months by mall out of cttyt2.00 Three months by mail out of city fl.OO In city, by carrier, per week 10c One month by mail 16c BUDscriptions are strictly cash-ln-ad- ance to all and paper wUl be stopped suoscripui promptly plred. when Ion has ez- BIG VALUES IN WOMEN'S HOSIERY POLITICAL, ANNOUNCEMENTS The Dally Register is authorized to announce the following: candidates for nomination, subject to the action of the Democratic Primary, August 2, 1919: For RepresentatlTe. B. C. RlCK....

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. — 20 May 1919

The IVlv Register. RicKmoH Madison CoatyKentdcln Tuesday Afternoon, May 20, 1919 v. - IVIYTITV ABOUT 2: WINTER COAL NOW 13 THE TIME H. "GORDON ONE TWENTY EIGHT IAL AND PERSONAL Fannie Brandenburg ana entertained Sunday with an dinner. Those present were 1 Mrs. Harvey Evans and Herbert Hamilton, of the t. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Brand Mr. Herbert Brandenburg. -s Anna Brandenburg, of Red Miss Jones, of Stanford, Miss" Wilson, of Lexington, Miss P.owlin and Miss Katie Brand . of Booneville. The party i to Berea for a visit to friends -ftenoon and the day was very njoyed by the guests. Miss Vessie Adams spent the week end with Mrs. .Walter Hockaday in Mt. Sterling. - . . - Miss Bertha Ellis has returned to Somerset, having finished her term at the Normal. Mr. and Mrs. Clifton Weaver have returned from, a visit to friends at Speedwell. Mr. Josh Bell has returned to Dan-: ville after a several days visit to Mr. and Mrs. Lews NealC. Mr. Jerome Cotton, of Lexingtin, was over Saturday the guest ...

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. — 20 May 1919

J IKf A-fly Register. Ricfcncp j Madison Coary. Kenrocfo Tuesday Afternoon, May 20, 1919 THINK iV-' ABOUT WINTER COAL NOW 13 THE TIME H. GORDON fcNE TWENTY EIGHT IAL AND PERSONAL PartV Fannie Brandenburg and entertained Sunday with an dinner. Those present were ii Mrs. Harvey Evans and , Herbert Hamilton, of the Mr. and Mrs. Walter Brand Herbert BranaenDure. . Miss Vessie Adams spent the week end with Mrs. .Walter Hockaday in Mt. Sterling. - . . ; : ; Miss Bertha Ellis has returned to Somerset, having finished her term at the Normal.. " - . Mr. and Mrs. Clifton Weaver have returned - frou visit to friends at Speedwell. . -" ' -' Mr. Josh Bell has returned to Dan ville after a several (Jays visit to Mr. and Mrs. Lews Ne&leV . Mr. Jerome Cotton. ' of Lexingtin, was over Saturday the guest of his sister, Mrs. Scoville Todd. '-' . Mr. JO. I . knnght and family, ootored to Paris, for the day with relatives Sunday. ' - Mr. Neale Bennett and family spent Sunday at Boone Tavern, Berea. ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond daily register. — 20 May 1919

The Pally Register, RichrnoncJ, f.IacEson Gxinty. fcy. TuescLty Afternoon, I,!ay 20, 1 91 9 i.:issoellecei;;:ett ; helps big drive rv: Elderly P n !1 : H it t 5 is i .1 r 1 i" hi if 1 i 1 r. A daily free movement of the bowels becomes a serious problem as you step from middle-life into old age, and much dependence can no longer be placed on nature herself. The bowels find artificial aid necessary. ' . ' " The stronger the physic, as old people soon learn; the,' greater the contraction of the bowels thereafter, and so the wise purposely avoid salt waters, pills and other harsh pur gatives. Many have learned to place absolute reliance on the gentle but positive action of a combination of simple laxative herbs with pepsin sold by druggists under the of Dr. Caldwell's Syrup Pepsin. . - , It produces an agreeable movement as ne;r'y natural and free as high pharmaceutical skill can make it. Thousands use it regularly, in the small dose prescribed, and keep them selves in fine health and g...

Publication Title: Richmond Daily Register
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Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond daily register. — 21 May 1919

Established 1865-3dail46 S?'- 1919 i Single Copy five CenU FES2RAL AID FOR rj i::gtoii pike Will Tic Aked J'T Madison' Fiscal Curl u( Satire 12? Mile TVArVe May Be Built' af CeaerettT-1 , Plans have been ntade by .wliefe the Madison County Fiscal Court wilr ap ply for state-aid in reconstruction of the "Lexington pike to the river. - It is Relieved that the sum of $100,000 can "be secured from, federal aid, and this supplemented by $100,000 'will provide sufficient funds to build the entire Madison county portion of the road out of concrete,-undoubtedly the best and most permanent " roadway that can be built. . There are approxi mately 12 miles of this road and . it is the most traveled road in the coun ty, and the court felt that it should be built of permanent material through the federal aid -which can' be secured by the county on this road as an in-: ter-county seat highway and part of the Dixie Highway. - - Other important road work is, pro jected by the court, and plans are no...

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. — 21 May 1919

mmmm Established 1865 53d Ycai No. 146 f l5ichnM 21, 1919 Single Copy five Cent FE8SBAL AiO FOR iEX(!6T0N PIKE -m n Asked Jy Mtlkon' Fiscal Court Ul Entire 1 Miles ''mWr May Be Built of CmertieTv .. , , . . S Plans have been-made" by . whi'itf the Madison County Fiscal Court will ap ply for state-aid in reconstruction of the Lexington pike to the river. It is believed that the sum of $100,000 can be secured from, federal aid, and this supplemented by $100,000 will provide sufficient funds to build the entire Madison county portion of the road out of concrete undoubtedly the best and most permanent roadway that can be built. There are approxi mately 12 miles of this road and it is the most traveled road in the coun ty, and the court felt that it should be built of permanent material tnrougn the federal aid -which can' be secured by the county on this road as an in-: ter-county seat highway and part of the Dixie Highway. Other important road work is, pro jected by the court, and plans...

Publication Title: Richmond Daily Register
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