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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond daily register. — 15 August 1919

.J. . . .IV - ' . ' .'''' The Richmond Daily Register, Richmond, Madison County s Friday Afternoon, August 15,1919 ' i 1. W75 512 Fourth Ave. Beautiful Hosiery For Fine Footwear It doesn't pay to spoil the effect of fine foot- wear with cheap appearing hosiery. This ap , plies particularly in these days of short and , - close fitting skirts. ; Because we want our customers to look like v : 1 00 cents on the dollar, we, after long study, picked out lines of hosiery which actually look as good as they are. . 4 ; You will find everything here that is in style and in a wide range of prices. Not -too conservative, either, but just what every sensible woman would pick for herself. . v McKEE'S "The Ladies Store Buy That Diamond.NOW Diamond prices are steadily, i advancing due to the shortage of fine "rough" stones. ',' - There is every indication that prices vill be still higher this fall. ' Right now we have a huge : stock of fine diamonds to choose from. You will save money by buying Now...

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. — 15 August 1919

; ; v. i x-xvx Ax-xxxxxx; V 7' xx; : :xv;r. -!; x.'xx ,-! ,';;. -: ,, i f.'',. ...' .,.....(..,,.,, ,,. . . .rl, ;.'.. The Richmond Daily Register Richmond, Madison County,; Friday Afternoon August 15,1919 " '. ' " i'T:'Zll, .... .. V J s WHY DO WOMEN V Smasliing, Dashing, Auto Polo ; X5..V- Spectacular Feature For Fair SUFFER l MO When There is Such a Rem edy for Their Ills as Lydia . ' E. Pinkham's Vegeta-1 v ble Compound? - :tt-A o XX. . as. In the world nat urally has fo have a package" worthy, of ' Its contents. . So look 'for-"-- VRIGLEYS Id the sealed package that fcetPt all of That's why The Flavor Lasts! J. E. Tudor Buy ' Home In Stanford Here's bad news: J. E. Tudor, who sold his nice little farm near Poosey some few weeks ago, intends to de sert old Madison and go to Lincoln to Jive, A' host of friends will regret to see him leave this good county The Interior Journal said of it: J.v E. Tudor, who recently sold his good -farm in Madison, . bought at commis-. sioner's sale...

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. — 15 August 1919

The Richmond Daily Register, Richmond, Madistsn County Friday Afternoon,. August 15, 1919, Richmond Daily Register . M SAUFLHk. Editor u4 Prrle4r Entered at tiie postoffic In Richmond is second class mall matter under Act if Congress of 1875. .'-. ' Rabacrlotlea natea. Per year, by mall, out or city (1.(0 Hlx months by mall out of ctt7.l2.60 Three months by mall out of city $1.00 tu city, by carrier, per week10o one raontn by , , (fn Subscriptions are strictly cash-In -ad ranee to all and paper will be stopped prumpuy wneu suuscripuon nas el plred. . . !V EUGENE MOYNAHAN :-w ATTORNEY AT LAW Having recently returned from Over seas, Informs his friends that he hss resumed the practice of his profession In connection with attending to collec tions, rentals and real estate matters. For the present his office Is with Stephen It. l'lirrlnh,' . opposite Court House, Itlehmond, Ky. Can Rive-Information pertaining to War Klsk In surance. 215 1m E. S. WIGGINS ATTORNEY AT LAW Can Everything in...

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. — 15 August 1919

The Daily Register, Richmond, Madison County, Ky. Friday Afternoon, August 15, 1919 0 1 How , Pleasant The Cook When You Are-Burning F.H. GORDON Better Coal Phone 28 Phone 224 SOCIAL and PERSONAL . Informal Dinner Mrs Hale Dean entertained with an informal dinner party on Thursday eveninsr at her home on West Main street. The ap- The next time you buy calomel ask for alotabs The purified and refined calomel tablets that are nausealess, safe and sure. Medicinal virtues retain ed and improved. Sold only in sealed packages. Price 3!Jc. i pointments .of the table and dinning1 room were perfect and the evening . a , delightful one. Covers were, laid, for Mesdames Will Webb, Wm. Robbins, Misses Marie Barber," Gladys, Virginia, and Hannah Dean, Messrs. Tom Jones',' of . Louisville, , Verelda Webb, Mesdames .Whitney Cobb and 'C. Sv: Powell; ; ' . ' Movie Party Miss Lucia Bennett gave a movie party to see that clever little play "Come out of ' the Kitchen," Marguerite Clark star ring. The gu...

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. — 15 August 1919

z? - .V V 4-V'' ' ..V : The Daily Register, Richmond, Madison County. Friday Afternoon, August 15,1919 ...:r 1 MMBBBMiMH Cash Premiums of $40,000 Is the " Guarantee Fair Banner Beef SKpw - ..I . , '- ''V T ' . . . . - - - - . -. ., w I I'W-' ":::' ' ' " ' ' 1 . . ot ': ' , - J -iiv .r,:r;K , ' i : cUvr- - .,n...".a- ' 4 Two Savings In One , v We are paying the Farm er the highest cash price for his Butter and Eggs. Be sides this ;We are selling him his Groceries at a much lower price than he ' could get elsewhere. Better try us next time you're in town.. t ,'JJlbsl, 1 E. B. War ford & Son Major Wells' Old Stand PHONE 143 're Still Coining When we told the good,, folks of this county that we could save-them money on their GROCERIES AND MEATS We meant just what we said. Many new faces have teen in our store 1 already this week, and they're still coming. L. H. MAFFETT Phone 561 ' JAMES H. PEARSON Real Estate and Live Buck Auctioned Kwrrjr tfale a Specialty PHONE 820 Bob Walker, Gen...

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. — 15 August 1919

v : ,: ;.; His Daily Resatcr, Richmond, Madison County. Friday Afternoon, August 15, 1919 T .1 iiuw hib: iuu juih 'Em Bown On The Farm H Ax? ANSWER 'Wo ran n n ex" DELCO LIGHTS MAKE THE FARM HOME MORE ATTRACTIVE , TO THE GIRL OR BOY ', ' V;-. ; . xh; -. v When Delco Light U installed there is no longer as great incentive for the son or daugh ter to go to the city.' Its conveniences are brought to their home in the country. ' The daughter can have electric lights in her room, an. electric curling iron and all other comforts that are, so much "desired by young women. It makes the chores easier for the son1 and provides power for operating labor saving tools. . Delco Light so modernizes the farm home that it brings cheer and satisfaction to every member of the family ' ' , r . . . ' If you are desirous of bringing your home up to date and of giving your wife and family a real home, with lights, bath, running water, etc., get in touch with the ( MADISON ELECTRIC CO. Charles Colyer, of M...

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. — 15 August 1919

' f ' 7 The Richmond Daily-Register, Richmond, Madison County Friday Afternoon, August 15, 1919 CONVINCED ABOUT WORTH, SHE ACTS Mrs. Cockrfll Appeals To All Run Down People. To Try . Trutona. . Louisville, Ky., Aug. 15. A hearty appetite, renewed strength and vigor, steady strong nerves and increased weight these are but a few of the remarkable benefits Mrs.-J. M.- Cock rill, 2011 Lytle street, this city.has gained from use of Trutona. "After being bedfast for three weeks with the 'flu' I was left m a terribly run clown condition. My liver wasn't acting property ana i was suu iort to severe spells of dizziness, which almost blinded me at the time. My tongue was thickly coated, denot ing a weak stomach. I - simply ln't stand anv excitment "1 was losing weight when I began taking Trutona, and it's hard to be lieve that I've actually gained it all back now. My appetite increased so mniHlv that I thought for awhile I would surely have, to -' discontinue the medicine. My nerves are Btron...

Publication Title: Richmond Daily Register
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond daily register. — 15 August 1919

V: TKe Richmond Daily-Register, Richmond, Madison County Friday Afternoon, August 15; 1919 CONVINCED ABOUT WORTH, SHE ACTS Mrs. Cockrill Appeals To All Run .... Down People, To Try . Trutona. Louisville, Ky.f Aug. 15. A hearty appetite, renewed strength and vigor, steady strong nerves and increased weight 'these are but a few of the remarkable benefits Mrs. J. M, Cock rill, 2011 Lytle street, this city.has gained from use of Trutona. "After being bedfast for three Hi the 'flu' I was left in a terribly run down condition. My liver wasn't acting properly and I was sub ject to severe spells of dizziness, which almost blinded me at the time. Mir tnnmie was thickly coated, denot- iiiff a weak . stomach. I- simply Mn'fc stand anv excitment. ul was losing weight when I began taking Trutona, and it's hard to be lieve that I've actually gained it all back now. My appetite increased so mti dlv that I thouerht lor awnne i would surely have, to -' discontinue the medicine. My nerves are strong ...

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 August 1919

I ) Established 1865 53d Year--No. 218 , ; richmond, Madison County, Kentucky, Saturday Afternoon, August 16, 1919 Single Copy 5 Cents ' ' ' v. y i 'o O MUNICIPAL GOAL . YARD PRpPOSED "v . , , ' ' At City Council Meeting and Question Will Be Pushed , Ready For White Way The adjourned session of the Richmond City. Council covered a i lot of business in its deliberatons Friday night, after passage of an ordinance and resolution, with re spect to work on the new sewers and streets. An important inno- ' yation, which was given its' initial consideration, was the suggestion -- that the city open a municipal coal yard. , It is understood tha$ the proposition is to buy coal at the mines, in car .loads and bring it here and sell it to consumers at actual cost. The statement was made that run of mine coal can be laid down here in Rich m6nd at about $3.85 a ton. Coun cilman Terrill's motion that the Mayor appoint a committee to consider the matter and report back was unanimously adopted, and ...

Publication Title: Richmond Daily Register
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond daily register. — 16 August 1919

. , v. i V ' V " :.' K'iclvuoiid. Mauison County, ' Saturday Afternoon, August 16V 1919 BLUE GRASS FAIR LEXINGTON KENTUCKY 6 BIG DAYS and NIGHTS SEPTEMBER 1-6 $35,0C0- -PREMIUMS and PURSES $35,000 v World Famed Rainbow Division and , 45 Pieces- 45 RUBIN AND CHERRY SHOWS 20 Car Loads RUNNING and TROTTING RACE DAILY SPECIAL RAILROAD RATES Ken Walker, Secretary 1 that some blown time Geo. Richmond aily Register M. H. BAUFLIS.. Bdltor - Prrletr Entered at tne poatofflce In Richmond a aecond class mall matter under Act of Congress of 1875. ; 1 ubarrlptln Rate. Per year, by mall out of city . 11-00 Six months by mall out of city $J 0 Three months by mall out of city 11.00 In city, by carrier, per week ,, 10c One month by mall , , 15c Subscriptions are strictly caah-In -advance to all and paper will be stopped promptly when subscription has ex pired. ' PAINT LICK Mrs. Sophia Treadway sold her house and lot Saturday to Jno. Davis for $3,550. . O. C. Rucker and family spent Sunday with Mrs. ...

Publication Title: Richmond Daily Register
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond daily register. — 16 August 1919

c o 1 A i i Hie Richmond Daily Registerfcchmond, Madison County, Saturday Afternoon, August 1 6, 1 9 1 9 ; 7. How; ; :'i;r! Pleasant " 7,r.Ti.. The CL.. ' 1. .X.." y. wnen , T ' You Art ' ' iJ'Uttiiiig F H. CORDON Better Coal Phone 28 Phone 224 SOCIAL and PERSONAL Friends here are interested in the announcement at Mt. Sterling by Mrs. Jennie Robinson of the engage ment of her daughter, Mis Emily Dean, to Harry Reagan, of Danville, .the ceremony to take place in ite summer. . P Mr. and Mrs. J. L. McCord, of Winchester, were in the city Monday with friends. Mrs. l)unn' Bridge Among the many delightful events of the week was the bridge party on Thursday afternoon given by Mrs. Murison Dunn at her home in Burn amwood. There were nine tables of 30 Southern Optical Co. Incorporated Manufacturer of Perfect-Fitting SPECTACLES AND EYE CLASSES f Kryptoks Artificial Eyes Invisible Bifocal Lent 4th A Chestnut tn, LOUISVILLE, Ky. v players present and a most delight ful afternoon was spent iin p...

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

13y -.may, Attgnroon, August i o, i 7.7 , , I I mm a I I ft I I a a I I HM I W ' " I " .. I r i . ML W W IT Wl ' A RARE 386 Acres Fine Blue Crass Land and splendid improvements thereon, will be sold at public auction,, without reserve, to highest and best ...'. .'. bidder, on ' Wednesday, S epL 10, on Premises A RESOLUTION A RESOLUTIONv stating th necessity for andUhr purpose of the Board of Couflfcil of 'the City oi Kicnmond, y Kentucky,, to cause t designated portions of Main street, First street. Second street, Third street,- Lancaster avenue and. Irvine sti;tuto be ;0ii9tructed, , reeonstrrwted . .and mproved: , 1 - W hereas, Mam stretfj. Second street,. Third street, . Lancaster avenut and Irvine- streeV are in a very bad state of repair, and Whereasy the said streets are largely used by' the traveling pubile, and Whereas, the traffic of said street is so great that sai.u streets, are ' inadequate to satisfactory accommodate-' the traveling pu!ic. lie .it now. therMorey 1 RorVe...

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. — 18 August 1919

mm U"STE J Established 1865 53d Yeai No. 219 Richmond, Madison" County, Kentucky, Monday Afternoon, August 18, 1919 , Single Copy 5 Cents m Oil- STONE GIRL'S SJORY CONVICTS JONES I r V Faced With Reform School Her self, Girl Finailly Admits She Has Been At HU Home Although Maggie Stone, the 14-year-old girl, was present when ,county court was con vened Monday morning' when first she was' put on the stand she told such a tale of her adventures since she left the Black school house two weeks ago and has been missing from the home of her parents, Win. Stone . and wife, near Shearer, that County Judge W. K- Price not only re fused, to suspend any. of the prison term fines imposed upon Gardner Jones, who was charged having taken her. from the hut the ' Tudce also had WW.., .- . a warrant issued for the girl, and declared he would send her to the Reform School. With the prospect of the Re form School starine her in the lace, the eirl finally decided to tell the truth and admitted that she...

Publication Title: Richmond Daily Register
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Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond daily register. — 18 August 1919

i 1 he Daily Register. ,lir".onW. Madison Coun.iv. Monday Afternoon, August 1 8, 1919 Majestic Demonstration Continues This Week Hie efforts of the Majestic Man were so satisfactory ' at our store the past week, that the manufacturer wired us to continue demonstration another week, starting today, August 1 8th. Many stoves were placed in the homes in this county during the first week's demonstra tion, with a large number of prospects undeveloped. If we have overlooked you in our solicitations, just step to your phone and call us and we'll be right (there ' Let us help you solve this cooking trouble. We 'have the goods. Satisfactory arrangements as to the tirms can be made. Remember the representative is here for the entire week. . .r. ... - .. ,, V" 1 .otMic sale ; of One of the most desirable farms in Boyle county, just V outside the city limits of Danville, Kentucky, on llmrisday, Aug. IStli at 10 o'clock on the premises. , Hiis farm comprises 245 Acres of Deep, Rich Soil and has ...

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. — 18 August 1919

.. .. o o If Danvil and a t Ah O y now 1.. r,;'ff,!r";.': Pleasant '' rv; C . . The .. ' . "; ,; Cook , "' r . When ' . ':' You Are" , : T Burning! r F. H. GORDON . Better Coal . Phone 28 , Phone 224 SOCIAL and PERSONAL White Allen ; . . Many friends and relatives here are interested in news of 'the wedding at Danville of Mif Mary Olivia Whit r. Andrew D. Allen. Ihe bride daughter of the late Steve White, nrl a irranddaughter of Mrs. Hugh White of this city, and formerly lived in Richmond. The Danville Messen ger said of the wedding: The marriage of -Miss Mary Olivia whitn. nf Danville, and Mr. Andrew Parnall Allen, of Flemingsburg, was solemnized at the First Fresbytermn -hurch: Danville, Kentucky, at four .o'clock on Thursday, August, the fourteenth, in the presence of a large number of friends and relatives of the contracting parties. The impressive mrnmnnv was said by Rev. E. M. Green. The church was beautifully decorated for the occasion. The alter was banked with palms and lil...

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. — 18 August 1919

The Richmond Daily Register, Richmond, Macfeon County Monday Afternoon, August 18, 1919 M v' 1 it : This is Gertain-teed Week August 18 to 23 This is a "big" week the ( country over a week especially set apart by Certain-teed dealers to assist you in properly starting your new home and in setting your present house in. .order for the fall and winter. . Every home and building' needs Certain-teed extra quality roofing or paint; possibly the interior wood- work needs touching up a bit, or the floors need a. coat of wax or varnish. You will find it to your advantage: to visit your Certain-teed dealer; this; week and learn from him how you can carry out your plans at the: least expense and with the best results., Your Certain-teed dealer will advise you in making the selection which will best fit your need.v , And whenever you' have painting or roofing work done, make sure to specify, Certain-teed. You will then be assured of the best and most lasting results.. Certain-teed Products Cor...

Publication Title: Richmond Daily Register
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond daily register. — 19 August 1919

V V Ejkgmeej Established 1 865 53d Yeai-r-No. 220 ?4hoiond, Madison County, Kentucky, Tuesday Afternoon, August 19, 1919 AVIATORS RESCUED AND TROOPS GO AFTER MEX BANDITS American Officer - Works Clever Ruse On Outlaws and Saves . $7,500 of the Ransom Fund (By Associated ress) Marfa, Texas,- August 19 Lieutenants' H. G., Peterson, and Paul H. Davis," American avia tors held 'by Mexican bandidts for $15,000 ransom, crossed the border to the American side this morning. . The ransom , money was taken across the .border by Captain Marlock of the 8th Cavalry. He went alone, 1 awaiting ' a signal flashed from mountains by the bandits. ; , ' Arriving at the bandit ren dezvoux, Matlock paid $7,500" for the release of Peterson, who started for the border. ' - When Peterson was well on his way, Davis was brought for ward and mounted behind Mat lock on the latter's horse. The bandits demanded the" re maining $7,500. Matlock told them to "go to hell" and rode away. ;, " He said he decided there ...

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. — 19 August 1919

'J Witt t;iily UeyU-r.- Kichmohd. Madison County, Tuesday Afternoon, AugustM' 9, 1919 l .' i r . ' 'J' What Doctors Use for Eczema A toothing combination of oil of Wtnter men, Thymol, and other healing Ingredients called D.D.D. Precrlptioa is now s favorite remedy of skill specialist for all skin disease. It penetrates the pore, given instant relutf from the most distressing skin diseases. . Jlie LiauidWash Stockton and Son DR. HARRY M. BLAKT0N Ufniin Pbanes Of Are m0 home 282. ' Of flee Honrs H to 12 ItitO to 4 'Htv!:r. Kcutiirky . JAMES H. PEARSON ' Real Estate nnd live Stocks Anctloneer Every Sale n Specialty ' I'HOKK 620 Bob Walker, Gen'l Auctioneer galea beld anywhere naci win aell any- 41.l. Vla.lnnpw U'arlf tm all Ita branches All kinds of vehicles for ante Stable phone mu residence pnone vnu MYERS & TURNER Electric Wiring And Supplies OV! ec at Joe IleaUer'a SbopT 2d Stree, . r phone mr ae ns for estimate. ' Satisfaction cuHrantecl -rHOXK 43- - - - MtrtHMOND. KT, JEWELRY...

Publication Title: Richmond Daily Register
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond daily register. — 19 August 1919

'..X i: The Richmond Daily Register Richmond, Madison County, Tuesday Afternoon, August 9, 1919 O 0 Oi o D O I Uow 'Pleasant x . The. ' Cook When You Are Burning F. H. GORDON Better Coal Phone 28 Phone 224 SOCIAL and PERSONAL For Mrs.' Collins. :. Mrs. 1J. B. Hanger. Sr., will en tertain with a luncheon at the Country Club in Lexington, Wed nesday afternoon in honor of Mrs. Paul Collins, of Bellingham, Wash., who is the guest of her mother, Mrs. James Bennett. Other guests will be Mrs. Silas Mason, Mrs. Henry M. Bosworth. arid Mrs.. Lewis N- Bosworth,' of Lexington; Miss Helen Bennett, Mrs. 11. L. Middelton, Mrs. AW ler Bennett, and Mrs. A. K. Mc Cown, and Miss Miss Margaret Parrish, of Richmond, and Mrs. Nelson Gay, of Winchester. For Mississippi Visitors Misses Evelyn and Carolyn West delightfully entertained last Thursday in honor of Misses Beatrice and Alice Gaines Glass, of Centreville, Mississippi. Those present besides the guests of honor were Misses. Mary Arnold. Frances Lan...

Publication Title: Richmond Daily Register
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond daily register. — 19 August 1919

' i V '. '' ' The Richmond Daily Register , Richmond, Madison County- Tuesday Afternoon, August 19, 1919 CATTLE DIE FROM jmpm iATINGPARIS GREEN James Kelly,' a well known farmer near "Clav's Ferrv. lost ft "... 386 Acres Fine Blue Grass Land ''".. ' . ' -. . i . . . and splendid improvements thereon, will be sold at public auction, without reserve, to highest and best .. . bidder, on Wednesday Sept .10, on Premises AT 10 O'CLOCK A. M This farm front on the Richmond and Lancaster turnpike ,one mile from the City of Richmond, and the E. K. State Normal School Campus dustless road into the city and adjoins the splendid farms of Simmons, Creech, Turley, Carnes, and the late Col. Thomas J. Smith. It lies on the east side of the pike, which is one of the finest thoroughfares in the county, having recently been tarvied Out from town and for a mile or so south of the farm, thus a ffording the desirable convenience of a dustless road into the city. ' 1 This farm is sold for the purpose of di...

Publication Title: Richmond Daily Register
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