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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond daily register. — 31 May 1919

&r www Hie Daily Register, Richmond. fccEsca CrerSy, Ky. Saturday Afternoon, May 31,1919 Service Quality A ::: S .1 -' . . ... ' " 1 1 We advise the people of Richmond and . ; ' Madison to purchase their Fuel supply Don't Blame Us If You Wait i I PUBLICSALE : Hie Madison Auction Sales Company, of Richmond, Ky., will offer for sale at the East End Stock Yards, on Saturday, June 7tK At 2 O'clock P.M. V: A SELECT BUNCH OF HORSES and MULES, MILCH ' COWS and CALVES, STOCK CATTLE of all ages, Brood Sows and Pigs, stock Shoals, and various other things which may be listed by that time. We solicit your patronage and would be pleased to have one of our fieldmen call on you any time that you have anything to sell. Watch the Daily Register for our Big Advertisement JAMES H. PEARSON Phone 820 Manager and Auctioneer. Richmond Daily Resbicr Entered at the poatoffiee In Rlchnond as second claa mail matter under Act of Congress of 117. . . Sabserlp! Rates. Per year, by mall oat-or eitjr- -SIM S...

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. — 31 May 1919

r . ,Ths p!y ytrzlzr, nffisacad, f.!sssa County, Ky. Saturday Afternoon, May 31,1919 YOUR NEIGHBOR HAS BOUGHT HIS ; COAL SEE ME - F. H. GORDON SOCIAL AND PERSONAL Cecil ian Club " . The final meeting of the Cecilian Club was held with Miss Olivia Baldwin as host and leader of the program which included: . Piano En - Tour Bizet Mrs. Olin Green. " yocal Temple Bell; Aria Amy Woodford Finden Mrs. T. D. . Chen ault. . ; , -Piano Snrinir 5nn rr T ,7oKl in c Miss Mary D. Pickels. Talk Chopin, the Tennyson of the Piano Mrs. Pickels.. Voice -'(a) The Sandman; (b) Sere nade Bralims Miss Me teal f. .. Piano Air de , Ballet Chaminade Mrs. McGaughey. The -out-of-town guests were. Mrs Chas. Stoll, of Mississippi," Mrs. Speed .Smith, of Washington, Mrs. Wake field, of Shelbyville, . Mrs. Marshall Collins, of New York, Mrs. Henry White, of Atlanta, and Mrs. Will Shanks, of Stanford who' also 'assist ed the host in 'entertaining. ' ' Mrs. George Ballew, is visiting her sisters, in Lancaster, 1 a v ...

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. — 31 May 1919

The Daily Register. Richmond, icsca County, KcsUc.3 Saturday- Afternoon, f,!ay 31 ,1919 205 teres Fine Bluegrass Land in Tuesday, JuiBie: 10th At 1 0 o'clock A: M., on tKe premises, I will offer for sale for the State Bank & Trust Co. f agent for Mrs! Dorcas Jane Phelps, and the heirs of M. A- Phelps, the M. A. Phelps Homestead ; situated on the Jack's Creek pike, about four miles from Richmond. This 205 acres is ready for the plow. Only twelve acres has been plowed in thirty "years and a large part of it is virgin soil. It will raise anything that can be raised in this climate: Tobacco, Hemp, Corn, Wheat,-Rye, Oats, Garden Products, Etc It . : has put on the market the highest grade of cattle, hogs, sheep, mules and horses that ; ' this secQpduces. . - ' . ' V:ViIpon-this land there are Two Dwellings-ne fronting on the Jack's Creek pike . and the other on the Tate's Creek pike.. The dwelling on the Jack's Creek pikeis a 'large modem dwelling of ten rooms, "and the one .on the T...

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. — 2 June 1919

' .y . ...y y; 1 iU - UJLLJd HH LKJr 0 Established 1865-53d Yeat MRS, J. B. STOUFFER WINS FIRST PRIZE For Ten Best Reasons Why One Should Buy A Lot In Rose Dale Addition. ' To Mrs: J. B. Stouffer, of Rich mond, goes the honor of having, in the opinion of the judges, sub mitted the best ten reasons why one should buy a lot in beautiful RoseDale Addition when this at tractive Bite is placed on sale by the Wakefield-Davis Realty Co., on Thursday, Tune 5th. Judge G. Murray Smith, 'was" awarded sec ond prize, and 'Mrs. Kate Scriv- ner third prized The first prize Is $10; serond $5 and third $2.50, all donated by the ; Wakefield-Davis Realty Company. , : A , dozen or . so splendid papers were submitted to the judges and a number of those submitted but which were held to be not. quite on a par with the prize-winners", deserve .honorable- -.mention. Among them are papers submit ted by Miss Katherin Smith, Julia Enright, F. P. Cooper, Mrs. W. I. White, ; Miss Emma ' K. Cooper, Miss Eva Rober...

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. — 2 June 1919

The Daily Register, Richmond, f.!a&ca CczzZr Ky. Monday Afternoon, June 2, 1 910 Richmond DaDy lUgu&r Service Quality Price i We advise the people of Richmond and Madison to purchase their Fuel supply Don't Blame Us If You Wait Mb To make your purchases of SUGAR for you Canning purposes. You know how scarce --" it was last year. , - ;;'y: ' GOOD TIME . To buy FLOUR for it is still .advancing in price and we handle the best grade. KINGaID 153 -Phones -197 SECOND Iris;: JT TT 1 Tf 1 . . V : A I AA ' '''''sWKBeansissiBsBSsBss. mm - i :. ; , - or.M i J i . r u J . ; :r Dain)toin) R. W. Colyer, Salesman STREET 'Ci l 7 1 I ' j ' 1 fl 'K Pi) A R FT P16 VCry PP ame selected for this Grand Add ition with its magnificent shade, pretty flowers and shnihbery is famous thrcrfouti the tfcSs for its Iriiuuii U - i," - pose of building sites and one has only to look it over to i vyichJihcEiit bs located riit there.' ; : ; : , ; ; :.; ' V ' TiYMl fT : 18 known as one of the very best towns c...

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. — 2 June 1919

' YOUR NEIGHBOR i HAS BOUGHT HIS COAL SEE ME F. H. GORDON SOCIAL AND PERSONAL Birthday Party Frederick Fielder entertained a few of his friends Wednesday after soon in honor of his 16th ' .birthday. Covers were laid for 16 guests in cluding Misses Virginia Todd, Rose Parks, Evelyn and Edna Minter, Ellen Haden, Bettie Munday, Ellen Heathman Million, Effie and Maude Hale, and Alice McCord. Messrs. Franklin Million, Elmer Haden, Ed ward Jones, David Munday, Earl Messick and Frederick Fielder. A delicious three-course. luncheon was served , and everyone left wishing nim many more happy birthdays. In Honor Of Miss Dozitr Miss Viola Parke entertained Fri day evening at her home on Woodland avenue in honor of her guest, "Miss Mabel Dozier, of Richmond, Ky. The party color was beautifully carried out in. pink and white. , Refreshments were served and dancing was the feature of the evening. Among those present were: Misses Mabel Dozier, Lou White, Elizabeth Cheek, Mary Barnhill. Margaret Fol...

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. — 2 June 1919

A the Daily: Register. Richmond, f.lacHsoa County, KcmnJMonday Afternoon, June-2.! 1919 ij HiEf lAlEST HEWS i"265S523DKHssBB8ESK5KMESs3iBSBs ' rC rH? 1 1 H n - -;- ? ;l r 0 . H Lt "V, I ; rl II t 1 I II H isI ' " VU I I H iS.-S5.dRZWL'' '-II I II ll I 1 . I J One of America's foremost business men saysIts th's go getters that gets the husiness-'The man or firm that is not afraid to go when the others hold back. We are proud of our past policies from the fact that we have been the first in our field to get the goods ; .first to 'get the price, and during these s price changing . times, the first to get and publish the new prices. , It has be- . come the general custom for us to set the pace. "Again, the fact that we are able to turn our stocks often gives us a distinct advantage in: always offering, the latest and best prices as well as the newest and most seasonabe merchandise. It keeps our stock ai rways fresh and clean, a very desirable condition of af Jairs. , ' . . ; , you be th...

Publication Title: Richmond Daily Register
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Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond daily register. — 3 June 1919

35 MADISON BOYS GAVE THEIR LIVES In Service of Their Country Dar in? the Great War Council ' of Defense Gives Names The Courier-Journal published this morning, a list of the Kentucky boys who gave their- lives for their country during the great wart The list was grouped by counties, and the state ment is made that the records were made by the Kentucky Council of de fense, from all sources of informa tion available. The list of Madison's sons who paid the supreme price was given as follows: Madison County " " Elmer Azbill, Richmond, died of disease. Charles Bush, Waco, died of dis ease. James P. Cain, Terrill, died of dis ease. George Calico, Richmond, died of diSLS6 ...- Dan Chenault, White Hall,- died of sease. ' --O-.txander Cornelison, Major, Rich ' mond, died of disease. Robert S. Cornett, Richmond died of disease. " . Ralph F. Dix,. Richmond, died of disease. ' - Jesse M. Dykes, Richmond, killed in action. " Lujaine Francis, Richmond, died of disease. Cleveland J. L. Frost, Lie...

Publication Title: Richmond Daily Register
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond daily register. — 3 June 1919

The Pa3v Reterldf.:- Ccr-?, Ky. : ; Mi Aftsnjfes T, 1 919 Richmond Ds2yTle; thp Ochen" door and struck his 9-year-old . son, Abram,- in the face, tearing, out his Tight eye and causing wounds from which he will probably 1 Sarvico Quality Pivx 9. M. KAOIXKT. d1eTherjtw-was-waIIdiiK'jit -Jua Entered at the poatofflce la Richmond u MCOB4 clasa mail: ana-ttar oadfer Act of Cong-reaa of S7fc 1 ' aleen and had reached the ontside of his-home wTaout iis-pejwnta hearing him bm .wasjrewtrninwne Iptt Bate Pap vm.r. hr maJl out Of i er fired. 4 -. ; . .... Six months by- msll ou of -aitr t i Thre mon tl Jajr U u,o ieUnlWU BUFFALO : in city, by carrier, per wg lec One month bjr mall -lee " , ' .'. IV x i - - V . Ve advise the people of Richmond and t Madison to purchase their Fuel supply DctBlame Us If You Wait It D aim too SubacriDtlona axe strictly cash-In -d ranee to all and' ar vUl ae atosped prompur, wnen -auoacnpuon ; nma at political. AmrorrwcKafKHTS , The Dally Register la authoriaed to...

Publication Title: Richmond Daily Register
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond daily register. — 3 June 1919

TTto Ply feITfecsd, fesa Gxaty. KyJ Tuesday Afternoon, June 3, 1919 4 LIME for; white washing quick service GORDON 2 8 - - URN GOOD CO A SOCIAL AND PERSONAL Business Meeting of . Cecilian Club. At a recent business meeting of the Cecilian Club, Mrs: Middelton was named the state delegate, Mrs. T. D. Chenault, president of tne Cecilian, and Mrs. . Harvey Chenault as delegates from this Club. The motion also carried to contribute $5 to the MacDow ell League entitling the Club to membership for one year. Several individual memberships , to the National Federation were also re ported. In addition the local Federation gave a liberal contri bution to the endowment fund of this great national organization. Without question all this indicat es an increasing interest in the the work at Richmond, which has received a new impetus; from the evident enthusiastic spirit of the Piano Contest. .. In addition to the prize given by Mrs. H. B. Hanger to the intermediate grade and one given by Mrs. B. ...

Publication Title: Richmond Daily Register
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond daily register. — 3 June 1919

the Daily Renter. 1 m:m pys bottu::g v;o:xs QUDllODD'S .v? tt . : . . .. :..- .-, . .. -1 .'v '-'r-s.1 ''' ; ; ."' i - . . ii : id) ran ipp The time is here. We know that every fanner has some hay and will want to take care of it Our supply of hay haling wire is the most complete in Madison county, and our prices on 9 1-2 by 15 is This price isonly good mT. T.I . lech "PARTICULAR WORK FOR PARTICULAR PEOPLE" : "r- -Dainty Garments such as WAISTS, EVENING GOWNS, EZZSwESTEte, Cleaned by the most modern and sani--' taxy methods. Parcel Post paid one way. LEGATE, GRAVES& COMPANY Lacorpora&sd CLEANERS AND DYERS LEXINGTON, KENTUCKY FUNERAL Automobile Hearse . . f2zo a well selected stock of FURNITURE now on hand 'JA T i - - O ft -S rv Mrnish fa pupiriii miyjuvllilk while the present supply lasts. "Madison County's Greatest Store ri i i lj W DIRECTORS &Rowland I eW ajam aajam " aaa H " .am ' '" ; " ' " " - j ma 1 1 f i f f f i nn c: i r i r n. n - : ... . , . T - - al j T . v se...

Publication Title: Richmond Daily Register
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Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond daily register. — 4 June 1919

TWE ' -v - ... '.- y '. lablished l865-5MYeai 18 GRADUATES AT EASTERN NORMAL Close of Splendid Year Comes In Commencement Exercises -Next Week. The Thirteenth Annual Com mencement of the Eastern Ken tucky State Normal School will be held during the week which begins next Sunday, June 8th; Dr. H. W. Carpenter, of the First Christian church will deliver the Commencement sermon at eight o'clock trom the open air plat form on the campus. There are l.'i graduates in-the senior class of the Normal School. Exercises will be held by .the Ele mentary, Intermediate and High School graduates during the week. Excellent programs have been prepared and the friends and families of the students are urg ed to attend each program. Monday morning' at 8 o'clock Class Day Exercises will be held in the auditorium. Following the Class Day Exercises the Annual Field Meet will be' held ort the athletic field. - . In addition to 18 contests in which both men and women share equally, a base. ball game will be...

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. — 4 June 1919

4.7' Pwooced. Spots or pae. The Daily Register, Richmond, Madison County, Ky. Wednesday Afternoon, June 4, 1919 Servi ce Quality Price Jft; fey' "We advise the people of Richmond and Madison to purchase their Fuef supply Ppnt Blame Us If You; Wait mm l&Bairiftoirf Richmond Daily Register . M. SAIFLET, Edlt.r Entered at the poatofflce in Richmond ; B.econa ciass man matter under Act M Vongresa of 175. hi lthanl . I ';er year, by mall out of -ir ' " fl Deen maae with 11 si monuu oy malt-out Or f . .a - ine eastern . a t Three month by .mail out of cltyll.COi Highway between flu city, by carrier, per weekjjllftel tanooga will be I One month by mail 16c way which cttn b DIXIE HIGHWAY READY III A YEAR - A letter received by the Daily Ee tw from Dixie Highway neadquar j-Z o. .. 3V .v . - - ys,ssj7 v .A" jr rf DV Mail " . - j - . - . afT- - let tn Cotemrnsm BrMt between by using the Mailman. Our - investment Is sniaranteeif us. Write today for information. . The, "Citizens" Is the larg...

Publication Title: Richmond Daily Register
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Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond daily register. — 4 June 1919

I : - : ; ; V Tha Daily Ttegister. Richniond, MacEson County,. Ky: Wednesday Afternoon, June 4, 1919 ' A ' til , ' ' 3 : Entertained at Dinner Mrs. Clifton Weaver entertained LIME FOlt .; . WHITE WASHING QUICK SERVICE GORDON -2 8 1 BURN GOOD COAI SOCIAL AND PERSONAL " Si O'clock Dirinef Mr. Robert: McCreary, of. Chicagd, a guest" at the Glyndon this week, entertained ' at six o'clock dinner Tuesday .evening.; His guests includ ed Miss Elath Buchanan and house guest- Mrs." Smith of LaGrange, Messrs. McCreary Sirriinons and John Edwin Powell. with a delightful dinner Friday at her home on North street. Covers were laid forMrs. W. S. Bacon, Mrs. 3. H. Godfrey, of Lexington, Mr. and Mrs. G: C. Clark. Mr. and Mrs. Albert Clark, of White Hall J. R. Davis, of Paint Lick, Mrs. . Susan McGuire, E. W. McGuire, of Illinois, and Mr; T. J. McGuire, of Speedwell . CaldweU High, School Calendar Friday evenig, June 6th 8 P. Mw Senior play "Standing By."- Sunday, Jnne 8th 8 P. M. Christian church ba...

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. — 4 June 1919

The Daily Register. Richmond, f.tsriisca Cctiy. Keatucb WejJsssdyidrrt 4; 1919 7T . IHIflMTOViJi 7 . Are b a class by themselves because they have provca to lie wcrld that they stand for the best interest of the TZ2zzT.tj of the people. I hey not only stand tor itbutlljyCiitforit . Otr siT2 may be of a different nature; but never theless, vre spend many, hours planning and .learning how to tsrre our people better. To this end we spare ..- nothing for the service of our people is our calling. - Our 18 Departments are brimming full of clean and '7 .' seasonable merchandise and our 40 employes are ready : : . isr your demands. A pleasure trip through will dem 7 ' cnstrate our ability and capacity to serve. r : . : ; The season offers you V Hafiif ators, Oil Stoves, Binders, Twine, W&SU-, Cultivators, Mowers, etc. " l Have you seen our; prices? They money. wOl save you lech BEk "Madison County's Greatest Store' KENTUCKY - - Honor For Ben PWeO. i. joweii nas - been notihed by Gov. Bl...

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. — 5 June 1919

(I ' stablishid 1 865 53d Yeat No. 1 59 , uchiaona. Madison Cessty iiiiiiiilj BIG DEMAND FOR ROSEDALE SITES Jonah Wager Purchases First Lot When Sal, of Attractive Tract Start Thursday Jonah Wagers bought the first of the attractive Rosedele Addition lot .to the city of Richmond, which was open ed as a residence sub-division by the Wakefield-Davis Realty - Company, Sere Thursday. The lot Mr. Wagers secured ia at the corner of West Main and new streets. Mr. Wagers paid $680 each for three lots each 25x150 feet, giving him ample room upon which to erect a handsome home, which is understood to be his inten tion at an early date. A great crowcTwas present when the sale of lots began promptly at 9:30 o'clock. Following band concert down town, a procession of automo biles filed out to the sub-division, and there seemed to be a thousand or more people on the grounds when CoL J. T. Cowherd made the opening announcement and started thexsale. Bidding was spirited right from the , start, the p...

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. — 5 June 1919

T.:.,W I The Daily Register. Richmond MacKson 0 -ty, KettfUvki Thursday A'fernoon, Jnue 5, 1919 Rtshmon aify RegiiiW i M. SAf'KI.Et'. Editor and Proprietor Service ; Quality Price -ABLED-YANKS ihiiiMni n rwi n nnt rrirf TrTrJT'mhbft' ' r is second Class man raatiec i hot aci . . J '-. J U 1 l" - . V " - J h --V L -vV r.r ; -i.-rr ..T'Cr.-: ay i - -. II 1 . PI II no sr '. r: , J 'id?. : TO ? - it -r r -T- ri'-The rebuilding and shaping up cf merchandise stocks . w , to meet, the needs and demands of our pscpl '.mg ' I thejpostar. times is no child's play. We are us'T; the brains we have and all wecaribuy to so guide us ; that we can give the very best-service and snve cur ' rj people real money is ih!r m?ny purchases. -7 : i We especially direct your attention to our choice se lection and assortmeEt of ' v Refrigerators, Oil Stoves, Binders, Twine, Cultivators, Mowers, etc. We soKcit this, patronage entirdy on its merits a hundred cents to "every dollar aad 1 6 - ounces to every poun...

Publication Title: Richmond Daily Register
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond daily register. — 5 June 1919

J. TTD!yKest,Jrnp-vi t,?arfrfaJity, c...,- Sflri( -I'M III.- I Wensjr() : Kows i says: Mr.l . . T - T - - . ' v ' ' ' " i T I UUlUOl UUIIUUCPW. f?d Mr.iGeo.W-PhelpS-.and -Miss h. J'.' , - - 1 , I ; LIME FOR WHITE WASHING QUICK -SERVICE GORDON 2 8 ? URN GOOD COA SOCIAL AND PERSONAL Ueai't if ul Reception Mr. and Mrs. E. V. Elder enter tained very, informally Tuesday even-ma-, with a'reception, in honor of Mr. and Mrs. Raines Leeds, who had just returned irom their wedding trip. The rooms were profusely decorated with Spring flowers, the color scheme pink and white being artistically car ried out inthe dining room and parlors The bride's cake was used to decorate the center of the table and when cut a;Forded a great deal of merriment, Miss Ann Enright won the thimble, Mis Lillian Dozier got rthe ring, Miss Mayme Campbell, the needle and Miss Eugenia Elder,- presided at the i'rappe bowl and refreshing ices and individual cakes were served during the hours. Fully seventy-five 'guests, e...

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. — 5 June 1919

3- lias Dgy Rtar, Kchrd, f.!in Ccrr Ey.- Tfeursy enxra, Jnug 5, 1919 (5 i:ZAD g JC'ml More than 160,000. pounds of wool sild at Saa Angelo, Texas, ahert clip at 47 and 12 months clip at 54c, the highest price ever paid in the history of that jnaxket . r. j. . : c t r Dr. J. CX. Sutherland and Buford Van Arsdall of Mercer county sold to Dr. H. F.Laine, of Havana, Cuba, a 5-year-old -saddle geldings grandson o) Vf."' ' i Sower Pipe F. Hi GORDON Phone 28 JUST SAY "SEND SAME COAL" YOU GET QUALITY BRASSFIELD Mr. and Mrs. Bob Woosley, of Illinois, have returned home alter a pleasant visit to- friends and relatives here. Their father accompanied them home for a short stay. S. - Pearson and family, of Rich mond, spent Sunday with their daugh ter, Mrs. Monroe Turpin. Mr. W. P. Sandlin and son, of Win chester, spent Thursday night with his sister, Mrs. W. C. Ogg. Mrs. J. W Tharp and children, Robert Cornell son and family attend- Dou you want to experience real Comfort? - Let us tell you how ...

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. — 6 June 1919

The fllMMM , V : -' v.'...: ...... ' - ; ' ' established 1865 53d Yeaf No. 160 Richmond, Maidaon Ceuaty, tKentucy Friday Afternoon, June 6, 119 Ssss Cpy Five Cents ROSED ALE LOTS 'BRING $61,262 Building Sites Ever Known In Richmond or Madison What was without, a doubt the most successful sale of building lots ever held in Madison county was conducted by the Wakefield Davis Realty Company, of Shel byville, in Richmond Thursday. The entire RoseDale addition -lo cated at the edge of the city lim its, was sold for a total of $61, 262. This took in the elegant old home and the 56 acres . of the Caperton property which this hustling real estate firm bought from Mrs. Caperton a short time ago for $40,000. Up until the final lot was sold after seven o'clock Thursday night, and the free lot had been awarded to Mrs. J. J. McCarthy, interest in the big sale was in tense and the large crowd follow ed the auctioneer, Col. J. T. Cow herd, from one tract to another. Bidding was at all times spirit...

Publication Title: Richmond Daily Register
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