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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond daily register. — 6 June 1919

' ' VSlL:li'- J. A t.,.. Tuna A 1Q1Q . , ' - .' ' ROSEDALE LOTS BRING $61,262 And Is Most Successful Sale of Building Sites Ever Known In Richmond or Madison - What was without a doubt the most successful Sale of building jots 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 spirited, and while Vhe lots all sold well, many of the buyers were offered profits on. t...

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. — 6 June 1919

7 I if 1 ii ii r.- I I.I I . I ' 0 r.t--r. , , a . . , ., .... i . . .: . ... . j-... '....., .. - f. - ... . t .- ' " " TKe Daily Register. Richmonl, Magsoe-C 3tytlsaftT! Friday Afteny Juoe 6, 1 9 1 9, -EBanrnHHaBanaDBaaini Btarfcam knmi Trra . -. -: v I v:i. tart ir,frw-'L. Duneson itetarns , ires To Owner : (By Associated 'PreawTT.; Washington ( June 6.r Postmaster General. BnrJeaoiratraV'rMri1n order returning thtelephean3 Kwgmuu system jox uw counu y :xo privatewnerahip f effeeffv &mneqit ately4 la a statement accompanying eral declared aat; thQ ejdatigg -fe.tg would remain in effect and1 ttat'ftj- J a1 lijj- 1 f l . . ueni Auruiuauig uiscnarge-ox eznliSTM because ;df 11 union. affiliations-'? also would .jtand. p.; , ,r ,,.J u t , Vice Wi Fjfft'jpnj' In the "Fleming circuit court in the case of R. H. Vice, against the Barley I 1 1 1 llll I II I ! I IM Mi I He i nl verdict for; the plutilfin the cam ox $640, imd in ttesBBie cu&xit immH I v . a " : . - 11 T. ;f hCfnjpany...

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. — 6 June 1919

3? The Da Register, Richmond, f.lacEson County, Ky;'v: Friday Afternoon, June 6, 1919 LIME FOR WHITE WASHING QUICK SERVICE GORDON 2 8 BURN GOOD CO A? Mr.. JR.oy.,Hourigan,V of Lebanon. As just stated, the bride is; a daughter of Mr.'W. H. Bower, L. & N. agent here, and js a young lady possessed of unusual talents and accomplishments, and of beauty and loveliness. The groom who is from Marion county, is" a young man of standing' and char acter, and worthy of the fair bride he has won. Following the cer emony the young couple left for a tour of the northern cities, and on returning will reside in- Marion county. Friends offer congratu lations and best wishes. SOCIAL AND PERSONAL . . . Bower-Glasscock. A beautiful marriage ceremony indeed, was that of Miss Anna Marie Bower and Mr. Alvin C. Glasscock, which was celebrated on Thursday afternoon at the home of the bride's parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Bower, of this city, Rev. Hudspeth, of Berea, of ficiating. Attendants were Miss Kathr...

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. — 6 June 1919

' C'"." " : : , . Da Register Kt - A':.. ' ' ' jLi The undersigned, as executor of Miss Nannie Ballard, deceased, will, pursuant to the direction of her last wul and testament, on Mule Drags Boy To Death Goebel Brickey, 18-year-old son of Mr.d V. F. Brickey, lost his life in a most tragic manner last Monday afternoon, at his home near Buena Vista, when he. vras thrown from a mule while return ing fronT his days work on the farm of his father. No one saw the accident, but from the condi tion of -his body' when found? it was thought that . when thrown his feet became,' caught, in the traces' and he was dragged to bis instant death. His skull was crushed from the fall - or by the kick of - the frightened animal. The tragedy caused great sorrow in r the community .. where .the young man lived, and' was so well liked and popular. ; Funeral ser services" were conducted rfom the Mt Olivet church Tuesday afternoon. IJID1) 0 si, Ml .(BDTraOlTD'fi ' ' "''''..' Sower Pipe o) Garrard Soldier Su...

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. — 7 June 1919

Y 1 :. m MJLY! tablishedh 1 865 53d Year HIGHER PII0I1E - RATES HOW OK Injunction ' In Favor of City Is Dissolved By Judge Shaded-' - Ford After Big Courts Act The United States Supreme Court and the Kentucky Court of Appeals, having dissolved other injunctions sought to prevent in creased telephone rates, Judge .Shackelford on Friday dissolved ' the injunction he had granted during the recent term of circuit court upon motion of the city of Richmond, seeking to prevent phone rate raises here. A formal order was entered by Judge Shackelford, citing the action of the two higher courts. He made a notation, however, that the in junction is set aside with the right Jto the plaintiff, the city of, Richmond, . to make a motion to have it reinstated at any time it may see proper. Thus ends legal steps for 'the present, in the local courts to pre vent the increased telephone Tates for the city patrons. The new rates have gone into effect this month and next bills sent to tele phone subscrib...

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. — 7 June 1919

( ' The Daily Register. Richanopw Hadison 0 ty, KcMUckj Saturday Afternoon, Jure 7W19-- or - . - i Dch't Worry iIDni:::on AND "Evey Sack Richmond Daily Register . a. M. UCFLKk. Baiter ul Freprleter - Sintered at toe postoff ice In Richmond as second clan mail matter under Act of Congress of 187. - - t - . BabaeriattsBi Bates. Fer year, by mall out or city tt.en Six month by mail out of city 12.00 ' Three months by mall out of city 11.00 In elty. by carrier, per week 10c On month by mall , , 16c 8ubscriptioiis are strictly caah-In -advance to all and paper will be stopped promptly . when . subscription has ex- plred. - ..: . .. POLITIUAa, AAnutJHCEMEVrs ' The Daily Register-is authorized to ' announce the following; candidates for nomination, subject to the action of the -; -. Democratic Primary. August i. 1619: k ' : " For Repreaeatattve. ' '- v; H. C Ri.CE. ;-.ve. 3 - t. h. camxs Far Repreaeatattve la : Congress ubject to the action of the Democratic , 1 party and the special elect...

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. — 7 June 1919

mm. The Daily Re5r.'lfidfehohdr.4i idlbcti y) Saturdiy Afeente '..if-, TTMI 1 tKowwKn nf Mrirv Ann McMillan 66 V M flmr ' " ".. . '--7 -";V-r, - V ' I MV Eastern Kentucky State Normal School Auditorium Cowiicemeit Tnosdlas7 1 LIME FOR WHITE WASHING QUICK SERVICE GORDON 2 g BURN GOOD COAL Piano Club TIia Tia-n n mot aritti Mi'aa Margaret Green at her home in West Main MnnHnw afternoon. The mem bers on duty were: Misses Margaret Ureenieai, ijynn Jvans, j-duian uur nam. Jessie Burnam and Leon Fife. Thio ontomineinir irnun T flnV PfVTl- J II A - -1 J -1 1 A AT local federation of clubs sent to the National Federation "for the endow ment plan. , TI10 RnniMcluim f!liJTitAT of the D. A. It, will meet -with Mrs. J.W. Als-noTT aftomnnn -Tnnn Ofh t 2?80 o'clock, a full attendance is desired. SOCIAL AND PERSONAL Entertained at Dinner Mrs James Ttarafim entertained at dinner Friday, in honor; of her guests, Mrs. , sue uucimer ,01 ew York City, and Mrs. Bertha Lock nano nf WinrhpstAr. Other cues...

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. — 7 June 1919

The Daily Register, Richmond, Madison County, Ky. Saturday Afternoon, June 7 1919 i t - -r : ! f: i ' ' ' SO i" : - ; ; , i f ... (.-. rSR4?! - The City of , ' . " jj ' . go.odrich: If f i : '; s Akron. Ohio jC.-'-jsjC 1 jj ItoBToiilr" I bD flf 1-1 re Mileage Igp odricli Tires yj 1 1 Fabrics - 6,000 .Milds --8,000 Cords 3 BVliles TO automobile owners and the B. F. Goodrich RnKW ; Company herewith declares a more -mileage adjustment on Goodrich Tires 6,000 miles for SAFETY TREADS, and 8,000 miles for SILVERTOWN CORDS. Fix these new Goodrich Adjustment figures firmly in your mind 6,000 miles for SAFETY TREiADS8,000 miles for SILVERTOWNS 7ttftP-f to 3500 and 5,000 miles re'F(F heretofore in force. Tfcisiew adjustment stands back of all Good rahTires, including Tires already purchased a the hands of user or dealer. ' ijGoodrich Tires in actual usage are today un- iwiouig sucn matcniess mileage, regularly in i excess Jof adjustment basis, that Goodrich knots' it has the. strongest, most ...

Publication Title: Richmond Daily Register
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond daily register. — 9 June 1919

'I I- wmm hd hj)ail!LjK Ksrablished 1 665- -53d Year No. 162 Kjcbmond. Madison County, . Kentucky, Monday Afternoon , June 9, J 9 1 9 - . ) Single Copy Five Cents mm Hi! ft I 38 MADISON BOYS WERE WOUNDED More Valuable" Kentucky War History Is Given Oat By . , Council of Defense The Historical Department of the Ken tacky Council ' of Defense sends the Daily Register today a list of -the Madison county boys who were wounded in the war and also those taken prisoners. Of theitter Lieut. Edward W. Gray . is theenly vone known.. The Council of Defense -is doing a splendid work in arranging and compiling the state's history : in the bie war. and it should receive every assistance and - co-operation possible. The list of Madison county boys: wounded so far as it has been able to learn is as follows:. . Joe Abram, Panola;"- ;: Nathan C. Bonny, Richmond.- : v Robert Bronsley, Kiehmond. Forrest Burns, Richmond. Robert S. Clark, Richmond. Will A. Cornelious, Big Hill. Thomas- E. Dawson, Richir ...

Publication Title: Richmond Daily Register
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond daily register. — 9 June 1919

Richmond Daily Register d. H. BATJFLKk, Edltr u4 Prwprletw Entered at tiie poatoffica In Richmond la second claaa mail matter under Act of Congress of 1876. SnbaertntlM Rates. Per year, by mall out or city- It. ec Six months by mall out of city 12.80 Three months by mail out of city 100 Xn city, by carrier, per week 10c One month by mull . Sc vance to all and paper will be stopped promptly when, subscription has ex pired. . . ' FOUTlViJi AnwuKUESIEXTS The Bally Register Is authorised to announce the following candidates for nomination, subject to tne action or tne i Democratic Primary, August 2,' 1919: For RepresentntlTC. i H. C KlOK. - J: -.. - T. H. COLLINS For' Representative la Congress subject to the action of the Democratic party and the special election to be held August 2 19l. In. the Eighth Con jr.ressional district: of Merrer- county. CHARLES A. HARDIN. ' - - U. h ?nA b rrrttnnr tTk 111 VA 3 lot of patriotic sympathy in his' million-dollar libel, suit against the Chicago T...

Publication Title: Richmond Daily Register
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond daily register. — 9 June 1919

mm mmm ar Under the direction of Mary Ann McMillan N Ci I- HOT m 3 D(DK Eastern iventucli State Normal School Auditorium LIME, r FOR WHITE WASHING QUICK SERVICE: GORDON v . 2 8 r: xlRN GOOD COAL vr m,. ,. XTolcmn nnrUTfnt an oDeration at the Gibson Infirmary this week., "'. - -'.'-,:! Mr. and Mrs. Henry Conn, of Gar rard, .were with, friends here last Dr. R, L. Telford spent Wednes day in Berea, attending commence ment exercises. - '.--. TtTaz-V ' of the Normal. spent the week-end with relatives at Harrodsburgh. - V; : - ' 1 Mr. an? Mrs. John Yates spent the week-end with Mr: and Mrs. Peter Olson, of Pans. . Mrs. G. B. Turlev has returned from a visit to her sister, Mrs. Hockaday in - Mrs. Clarence Elmore, of Pans, was called here by the death of her Tia Nam i MiriiA nan a fleuenuui meeting with Mrs. James ; Burn am, UViilov n-ftcrrnnnn S 7 - Mm J W TlaTniltoTi and daughter. Florence, .. e visiting ' Mrs. Robert Tipton, m 1 ayette county SOCIAL AND PERSONAL THmnv HncVipR. of Richmon...

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. — 9 June 1919

The Daily Register, Richmond, Madison County, Ky. Monday Afternoon, June 9, 1919 If . You Heed a Straw Hat, Here's Your Chance To Buy One at a Low Price It isn't often that you have the opportunity to buy goods at the height of the season at end of the season prices; especially straw hats. That's the reason we ' don't want you to let it slip by. ; We have a large selection of hats, enough we believe, : for every man in Richmond; but the best ones are cer-"t tain to go first. It's up to you to be among the first. All the latest shapes are included; Panamas, - Bangkoks, fibres, - sailors, Fedora shapes; j , cool and comfortable hats at these unusually ' low figures v - - $2.00 $3.00 $5.00 $6.00 $8.00 " J. S. ST ANIFER v ' YARDS NORTH THIRD ST REET NEAR L & A DEPOT Fresh La It Fish Your Doctor advises that you : eat less meat in warm weather. The anwser is Fresh Fish. ' Buying fish will become a habit if you let us fill your orders now. ' . IIEFF'S FISH AND OYSTER lioilsE FIRST STR...

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. — 10 June 1919

AMiT Established 1865 53d Yew No. 163 Kyjcr.d. Madison Cnuhry. - Kentucky, Tuesday Afternoon, June 10, 1919, Singje Copy Five Cents STARTS FIGHT Oil LEAGUE OF NATIONS Senator Knox Offers Resolution To Separate It From Treaty of Peace. ILLINOIS RATIFIES IT (By Associated Press) - Springfield, June 10 Both puses of the Illonis legislature today passed a resolution ratify ing the federal sun rage amend ment. Only one negative vote was cast. . (By Associated Press) Washington; June 10 Bulletin A resolution to have the Senate declare it could not concur in the League of Nations provisions of the' peace treaty as now drawn, was" introduced today by Senator Knox, republican, of Pennsylvan ia, a member .of the Foreign Re lations Committee." The resolution which is expect ed to bring a more definite stage to the" fight being made against the League covenant, asks . that the covenant be separated from the peace treaty before being sub mitted to the Senate for ratihca tion. At KnoxV request, t...

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. — 10 June 1919

Pi Ihe Daily hegister, Richmond, Madison County Ky. Tuesday Afternoon, June 10, 1919 K f ' i la in o dri lie mp re- odi FE' i - es ese ilyh Tir let ch' ine V CVS Jth,J xxk - su ifetj :: is; i -:: Go 1 i :' I Relieve Your Indigestion With A Laxative Richmond )a3y Register Dyspeptics know that indigestion is accompanied by constipation, and that until the bowels can be regulated so they will act freely and naturally every day at a stated time, swallowing dyspepsia tablets is of little use. A great and growing number of sufferers from this trouble ' End immediate and then permanent relief by the use of a combination of simple laxative herbs with pepsin sold by druggists under the name of Dr. Caldwell's Syrup Pepsin The laxative herbs act on the bowels and the pepsin and ex tracts on the digestive tract, forming an exceptionally effective laxative-tonic It is a eprnbination that has been found wonderfully helpful in indigestion, constipation, biliousness, headaches, bad breath, belching...

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. — 10 June 1919

iient ' Play Under the ' direction of ? SMary Ann McMillan 'Dock Eastern Kentucky State Normal School Auditorium LIME FOR HITE WASHING QUICK SERVICE GORDON 2 8 URN GOOD COAL SOCIAL AND PERSONAL tractive Luncheon Mrs. W. R. Shackelford, entertain- i at luncheon Friday in honor of r guests, Mrs. Tate Irvine and Miss nnie Fox, of Big fctone uap. , vov- (OW RHEUMATISM . HT?rTMC m.- kiSi.iaiiiiS msMAoa nf rheums. ul"i"?XSSZZii "f failure of lie kidneys to expel poisons from the System. If the irritation of these urie fccid crystals is allowed to continue, in- urabie Diauaer or tuaney out ", esult. Attend to it at once. Don e resort to temporary relief. Kidneys must be restored to health by the use i some Biennis rcuieu muu. will prevent a return ortne 'Oiseaae. v net some auwaii"T" 03 Capsules immediately.., They have brouh back the, joys of life to count less thousands of sufferers from rhen ..:.. lama lnir. Inmbaso. sciatica. I 11 mttoI anil Ather affections flt rV? kidneys, liver, sto...

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. — 10 June 1919

- The Daily Register, Richmond, Madison County, Ky. Tuesday Afternoon, June 1 0, i 9 1 9 - f COUNTRY SCHOOL LTlTD,LTQ' TEACHERS ELECTED TO dri these Is ail-: T- i"the 1 2rich' Iding ! . rcess ; hows'. ; ' res th ; .fa I , IT, SU- v? Safetj . ,5 y Ga . SAEFTY DEPOSIT BOXES lv rf We hare installed noden Safety De- ljil fkiTl posit Boxes for the ccnvenieiMe. of ar B11 IIsmbJ patron and ahail be glad to have ' . If '4I jjadl them nse then when jracb needed ari 11 " oumuik ouui r huct f JI I Wson National K : ' : ! . 1 4 To make your purchases of SUGAR for your Canning purposes. Vou know how scarce it was last year. GOOD TIME To buy FLOUR for it is still advancing in price and we handle the best grade. D. KINGAID 153 Phones 197 R. W. Colyer, Salesman SECOND STREET Frosh LaEte Fish Your Doctor advises that you eat less meat in warm weather. The anwser is Fresh Fish. Baying fish will become a habit if you let us fill your orders now. ' IIEFF'S FISH AND OYSTER IIOUsE FIRST STREET PHONE 431 ...

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. — 11 June 1919

X MJKDIElMdDrsl AD . flJ)AILIL)K Hi EGJIBTEK Established 1865 53d Year No. 164 : Richmond, Madison County, Kentucky, Wednesday Afternoon, June U, 1919 NORMAL PLAY A I RED CROSS UAH BROUGHT TREATY EHru Root Tells Senate He Read Copy Henry Davison Showed Him-Others Testify " - (By Associated Preaa) Washington, June 1L . Elihu ; Root, former Secretary of State, appearing: today at his own sug gestion before the Senate Foreign Relations Committee- investiga- tion of how copies' of the peace treaty got into the hands of per sons, in New York, testified that Henry P. Davison, of the Morgan Banking House, gave him a copy : several weeks ago. He under stood Davison had a copy in Paris in connection with Red Cross af fairs and brought it away with him. He asserted it was not a secret document; that the 'Ger man government made it public and that it thereupon became public property. He resented the suggestion he was not entitled to it and intended to use it as he saw fit. - , When Root was ex...

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. — 11 June 1919

lhe Daily Kegister, i6chmond, Madison County, Ky. Wednesday Afternoon, June 11,1919 he No Patron ever lost a penny dealing direct with the. Tri-State and over 30,000 producers have found direct -dealing most profitable and satisfactory. ' , v -; THE TO-STATE PAYS FREIGHT and 55 CENTS PER POUND FOR BUTTER FAT v ;y,: Week of June 8 to 15 T" THE TO-STATE BUTTER COMPANY " . ' Cincinnati, Ohio ' 1 If you have no cans, write for Free Trial Cans v jfrsm Banking by mail ate Ahsoluttty Privates. ' CITIZEN NATKMUL 6AKg EsaaartHa. ta. . Orfanbetf IT i- Olftan bring our using the our many th who "Bank I safely managed tors of Ev cessful bu slldesc targe. MistnVobUft. Bar tdtfadi Ynailntiutr V8e busaiids e Ay Matir 1 )ade bb a 8uM of J V I a rrom yu w rflptiAn of our ft fct Bank InUndi 4i nrf m t rani! A wew door, by on of leposltors his Bank inservatlvety Olcee tt sue ill bring larv an tl N-fEREST Yov Mom Anywbaro" eesouRces to millions, . -Mft, ats a SMksq to anlatttft -S3BSI Jlmi,Hm A SAFE IN...

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. — 11 June 1919

a 1 Fhe Daily Register. Richmoou, Madison O ity. Kentucky Wednesday Afternoon, June 11, 1919 . lime FOR HITE WASHING UICK SERVICE Wilmore. Miss Susan Woods, of Stanford, is visiting Mra.. C. P. Chenault on the Irvine pike. Mr. D. C. Wiggins and wife, of Winchester, visited relatives here Sunday ' - , Miss'Lelia Harris is at home from Berea where she has been teaching the past term. '; i - . - . w;. Mrs. Henry Winn and little daught er, Mary, are spending a few days at Sullivan Hall. Mr. Price Tudor is spending sever al days with his brother, J M. Tudor on the Barnes Mill pike. GORDON 2 8 URN GOOD COAL Mrs. Albert McKav and children, of an article telling that the people were Macon, Georgia, was the guest ofmalang the flag daily. Miss Eath Miss Van fhwnWf. Tnpudav. I ryne Herndon, who has lust srradu- Mrs. Ben P. Edwards . and children ated from. Oxford Ohio, charmed the are visiting relatives and friends in company with a selection from Chop- Sneiby county this week. t - m ua. were ...

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. — 11 June 1919

The Daily Register, Ricnmonfl. Madison County, Ky. Wednesday Afternoon. June 11; 1919. COBB SHORTHORN SALE A SUCCESS QimQvm norj- 57 sites I thejr? I rmlj : K1U 1 Av chTtr i t res tbL 5afe 2es; it Frooh Lake Fioh ' ' ' . ' ' -y ' -: - yy' Your Doctor advise that you eat lew meat in warm weather. The anwser is Fresh Fuh. Baying fish will become a habit if you let us fill your orders now. J- UEFF'S HSII AIID OYSTER IIO'M FIRST STREET PHONE 431 TWO MORE BIG DAYS AT EASTERN Graduates and former students of the Normal School are returning' in great number for the exercises on the campus Thursday night and Fri day morning at 10 o'clock. Thurs day evening the President's recep tion will be held at the home of Presi dent Coates. Preparations are being made for a large crowd. This is the occasion of the week when all of the students get together and with the faculty make the evening one of the most pleasant of the school year. Excellent music will be furnished on this' occasion and the frien...

Publication Title: Richmond Daily Register
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