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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond daily register. — 22 August 1919

I-'' : : The Richmond Daily Register, Richmond, Madison County Friday Afternoon, August 22, 1 91 9 1 V V MR. FARMER and WIFE: Now that the; big war is over and the boys are returning to their homes, it is your duty to make the old home as at tractive to him as possible . " '( It's going to take a great deal of effort on your part to hold him on the farm after his wide experience "Over There."' INSTALL ONE OF OUR POWER PLANTS - This insures well lighted rooms, running water on tap, and will supply light for the entire farm and at the same time supplies sufficient power to drive machines such as sewing machines, separators, churns, etc. ;' We have the 'selling rights for the popular . "MATTHEWS PLANT" and invite you to call at our shop rear of the Opera House' .Building where you can see one of these wonderful machines in operation.. .Drop in any day and let us tell you all about it. TURPIN & TRIBBLE RICHMOND, KY. Speeding In Danville Too The boys must, have been hitting 'er up ra...

Publication Title: Richmond Daily Register
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond daily register. — 22 August 1919

The Daily Register, Richmon ichraoni MaS!Cw5t-n!r Friday Afternoon; August 22, 1919 '--'''" . ? ; . - J I - Are You Investigating H. G. L. Prices? Why Not Try Us? Freah Tender Corn ! . V. ...... ,..Vf:f40c dozen Home Grown Tomatoes . .... 25c oze Eastern Sweet Potatoes .12 l-2c Pound Cooking Apple. ..................... r; KaUo Cabbage .... ;......V.;. 10c pound Avondale Prepared Mustard big jar 15c Peaberry Coffee (fine cup quality) 40c pound Eldean Patent Flour 24 pound bag ... ; SPECIALS : Purple Top Turnip Seed in bulk 10c oz. Northern Rye Seed ........ ......... $2.50 per bushel E. S. Wiggins' Cut Rate Grocery ROBERT WILSON CREECH r Former Eastern Normal. Stydent Prowns In West Virginia , ':. Garrard Nonagenarian Dead ! - Married Madison Girl ( Stephea -Ison -who married' Miss Saliie Searcy, of Madison J county, died this' week and was . said to be Garrard county s nMoQf- citizen He would have I been 95 years old- rf he had lived until next April, having been born April 10, 182...

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. — 23 August 1919

flj), JKiJKDIHlMdDFI HP Established 1 865 53d Yeai ' No.'224 ; Hichmond, Madison County, Kentucky, Saturday Afternoon, August 23, 1919 Single Copy 5 Cents TEACHERS DEMAND HIGHER SALARIES Madison Pedagogues " Won't Teach Next Year Unless Wage Meets High Living Cost ; Madison county teachers" took radical action on "the high cost of living when they adopted resolu- . tions just before adjournment of the annual teachers' institute here-late Friday afternoon. In e fleet, the Madison teachers prac tically threatened a "strike"' it their salaries are not increased to ..a point where they believe they will meet the cost of , living. The resolution which sets, forth their attitude on this point, says: "Wc, the teachers of Madison county, hereby agree as a body to refuse to teach in the schools of this county after expiration of our present contracts unless the salary of the teaching force is in creased sufficiently . to meet the cost of living or is stipulated to that effect."' " . Devotion...

Publication Title: Richmond Daily Register
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond daily register. — 23 August 1919

i - The Richmond Daily RegisterUichruond. Madison Uwntw Saturday' Afternoon, August231919 BLUE GRASS FAIR LEXINGTON KENTUCKY 6 BIG DAYS and NIGHTS 6 SEPTEMBER 1-6 $35,000 PREMIUMS and PURSES $35,000 World Famed Rainbow Division and 45 -Pieces 45 RUBIN AND CHERRY SHoWs20 Car Loads RUNNING and TROTTING RACE DAILY SPECIAL RAILROAD RATES ... . ' . Ken Walker, Secretary PabscrlptUa Rates Per year, by mall out or city . ... tM -31x months by mall out of city jl.0 I'hree months by mail out of city ,$1.00 in city, by carrier, per week . ,.,10c Jane month by mall. , 160 Subscriptions are strictly casn-ln-ad-vance to all and paper will be stopped promptly when subscription has expired. AN INVITATION According to Section 72, Kentucky Revenue and Taxa tion Laws, I invite you to come at once to my office and list your property for the year 1919. Come early while we are not busy and avoid the rush. The time is drawing closer to a close every day. BEN R. POWELL COUNTY TAX COMMISSIONER I '..:. f 1 ...

Publication Title: Richmond Daily Register
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond daily register. — 23 August 1919

&r - The Richmond Daily Register Richmond,' Madison County ' : Saturday Afternoon, August' 23,1919 - i v 1 " 1 1 ::-.r- , a 1 .How : Pleasant F.H. GORDON Better Coal Phone 28 ' : Phone 224 ' : : For Miss Mitchelf Miss Cordelia Doutaz entertained at her home in Ravenna in honor of her guest, Miss Jeanetta Mitchell, of Richmond, Monday eveniijg. Cakes and Iroa worn cprvprl ! ThnsA nrosnnf Vjiutt;: Misses Jeanetta Mitchell, and Hazel West, Lillian Jen Anita Coffelder, Ellen JJo, i kms, Bertha Horton, Beulah and Dixie Kidwell, Willie Mae Mitchell, Fannie Scott and Nellie Jones, and Messrs. Ray, Bill and Geo. Sherrard, Carl Potts, Mit and Roy Scrivner, Ed West, Bill Robinson, Done dealer, James Brambcl, Harry Snrber and Sher- limn vjttwimu. .Prof. Eubank if. and Mrs. J. B. Harris enter at dinner Thursday evening in jr of Trof . R. S. Eubanks,' of Lex- tton, the Institute instructor. Those 'present were: Trot. R. S. Eubank, President T. J. Coates, Superintendent B. F. Edwards, Dr. W."...

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. — 23 August 1919

EUGENE MOYNAHAN " ATTORNET AT UW Having recently returned from Over seas, In forma hla friends that he ha resumed the practice of hla profession In connection with attending to eollec tloaa, rentals and real estate matters. For the present hla office la with atephen D. I'arrlsh, opposite Court House. Richmond. Ky. Can Rive In formation pertaining; to War Risk In surance. 315 lm MYERS & TURNER , Electric Wiring And Supplies -Oftier at Joe Beaoer'a Bnop, 2d Stree. Phone or aee as for estimates. Satisfaction Guaranteed I'll GNU 4X1- - - - r!HMOWD, KT. JEWELRY 60 Cents on the Donaw saved fcy Bay. lu Jewelry from JOB MOSEHBERQ, Established 1811. Bargains In Klarla an Waltham Watcbea, cta , . ROSENBERG BROS. CO. 141-143 Water Street LEXINGTON, KY 4 r ft WHEN UN LEXINGTON TRY OCR LCNCRKOS KTTE. We specialise In Hnme-made Candles, Individual - Cakes and lees. Our Catering De partment la la competent hand and we guarantee satisfaction. McGURK and O'BRIAN WHEAT WANTED We want to buy your ...

Publication Title: Richmond Daily Register
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond daily register. — 25 August 1919

Established 1865 53d Yeai No. 225 Richmond, Madison County, Kentucky, Monday Afternoon, August 25 ,1919 Single Copy 5 Cents J O TROOPS WITHDRAWN FROM MEXICO Storm Obliterates Bandits' Trail Whose Leader Is Believed Killed From Airplane ;. , . i ; (By Associated Press) s Maria, Texas, Aug. 25 The 375 American cavalrymen who last Tuesday entered Mexico in pur suit of- the ; bandits, who held the American aviators, Peterson and -Davis, for ransom, are back ton American soil today, resuming their patrol of the border. Heavy rains yesterday obliterated' the trail of the bandits and brought a decision to abandon the chase. Major Yancy, .commander of the expedition, asserted today his be lief that shots from an American .airplane Tuesday killed Jesus Renteria, leader of the bandits. Meanwhile ranchers and Texas Rangers from settlements along the Rip Grande leported much ill feeling among Mexicans in-the small tpwns across' the river. .American ranchers - fear further depredations by these ...

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

The R'-h-iond Daily Register, ' Richmond. Madison CouhlV: Monday Afternoon, August 25, 1919 v WI L- t r "1 T T A. O $40,000 worth of Certificates of Indebtedness of the U. S. Govern ment bearing 4 1-2 per cent inter est ?nd due January IS, 1920. If any of our customers and friends desire this investment, we will be glad to furnish them at par and accured interest. , MADISON NATIONAL BANK Richmond laiiy Regisiw m. M. SAtTLEk. Editor aad Prarietr Entered t tne postofflce In Rictimonil a second class mail matter under Act of Congress of 187S. nbscrlptloa Rates. Per year, by mall out or city tt.on Six months by mall out of city $2.80 Three months by mail out of city $1.00 In city, by carrier, per week 10c One month by mall 35c Subscriptions are strictly cash-In-advance to all and paper will be stopped promptly when subscription has ex pired. , nnythng so ephemeral as style in house furnishings. "Beauty is its own excuse for being." Hidden Beauties Rare paneling of old Jacobean oak, wort...

Publication Title: Richmond Daily Register
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond daily register. — 25 August 1919

The Richmond Daily Register Richmond, Madison County Monday Afternoon, August 25, 1919 v f 6 O i How Pleasant . .-.- The Cook Wlien You Are Burning F.H. GORDON Better Coal Phone 28 Phone 224 SOCIAL and PERSONAL Entertains For Guests Mrs. V. M. Hislc and Mrs. Robert Elkin delightfully enter tained at their home near Waco Wednesday, in honor of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Rogers, and daughters. dymd Elizabeth 'Rogers, of tidvndcnce. Missouri, th? house guests, of Mr.,v and Mrs. Willis Hisle,; Besides the guests of honor, covers were laid for Mr." and Mrs. Armer Hisle, Mr. John Hisle, Mr. Owen Hisle, Mr. and Mrs Sam Hisle, Misses Elizabeth and Emily Hisle, Mrs, Ida Gentry, Mrs. Kitty Hughes, of Winchester, Mx. Fadie Cov ington, Misses Katie and Mattie Covington, Mr .and Mrs'. C. L. Searcy, Mrs. James Wagers and son, Charles ' Searcy Jr, , Mrs. Walker 1 Stewart and daughter Elizabeth Byrd, of Nashville, Mr. and' Mrs. Ren Reeves and family, Mr. and Mrs. 'May Col lins and family, Mr .and Mrs.- G. S...

Publication Title: Richmond Daily Register
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond daily register. — 25 August 1919

, , . !i .1. f 1 r" 4- ThePaily Register, Richmond, Madison County, Ky. Monday Afternoon, August 25, 1919 MOVING GRAZING SHEEP cm EAT if From Western Ranges Tp Wis consin and Michigan f. IN CAR LOAD LOTS $6 and $6.25 per 2,000 Lbs Best 4 inch block coal on the market delivered in car load lots in Richmond, Kentucky, during August to November, 1919. WILL SELL YOU FROM ONE TO ONE HUNDRED TONS, WEIGHED OVER CITY'S SCALES Thirty car loads of this coal have been distributed over Madison county this summer ask the purchasers about it Better get your winter's supply now and be sure. Delay means advance in price. We can deliver the goods if anybody can. ' WE ALSO HANDLE COMMERCIAL Fertilizer In Carload Lots Cheap UNION SUPPLY CO. Incorporated Green Clay, Agent Phones 51 and 319 HIGHEST PRICE GETS THE The farmer like everyone else wants the highest market price for his products. He wants honest ' weight and test when it comes to selling cream and he wants to deal with a concern that plays fa...

Publication Title: Richmond Daily Register
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond daily register. — 26 August 1919

'S'ik ti Ft v' n , ft U' 19 1 -n..Lv JSi.j..;. C Established 1865 53d Year No. 226 Richmond, Madison County, ' ' Kentucky, Tuesday Afternoon, August 26, 1919 ingle Copy 5 Cents , ,. 1 . i YOUNG MAN MAY DK FROM INJURIES . i Aa.lo Truck Goes Over Bank Near7 Boonesboro and Three Badly Hurt. s a result of a wheel breaking a car in which he was rid- v irwmre P.nnnpshnro.. Earl on m Henderson is at the point ot death in the St. Joseph's hospital, at Lexington, with a fractured skull. Manford Burgin, son of Eugene Burgin, of this city, was bady cut and shaken up and C. C. Early, of Berca, was also badly hurt, but not seriously. The accident occurred near the' llayden curveon the Winchester and Boonesboro pike late Mon day afternoon. The men who were in a light truck, swerved over the edge of the road' to avoid a heavy touring car, and in so doing, one of their wheels went into the ditch. . The wheel broke, and. the car was thrown over the embankment .and over a rock fence. Young Henderson,...

Publication Title: Richmond Daily Register
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond daily register. — 26 August 1919

V V The Richmond Daily Register, Richmond, Madison County Tuesday Afternoon, August 26, 1 9 1 9 j - i ... . Mixed Summer Foods The Cause Of Much Indigestion , SUMMER days are days of careless living, kitchens too hot for . cooking, cold lunches at the homes of friends, open-air picnics, i with the result that many a family is .down-vith indigestion. Give the stomach and bowels a new start by taking a dote of a good laxative-, tonic like Dr. Caldwell's Syrup Pepsin. Then put variety into your diet by eating more warm food. It is more easily ' digested. v s A bottle of Syrup Pepsin can be bought at any drug store for 50c and $1, the latter the family size. It acts so gently and safely that it can be given even to a baby in constipation, indiges tion, "summer colds" and similar ills. The formula on which Syrup Pepsin is based was written by Dr. Caldwell . over 30 years aqp. It is a combination of simple laxative herbs with pepsin thattrains the stomach-muscle -to do their work naturall...

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. — 26 August 1919

A - TKe Richmond Daily Register Richmond,' Madison County Tuesday Afternoon, August 26, 1919 a 1 now Pleasant The Cook When i You Are f Burning F. H. GORDON Better Coal " f Tl t0 A one 5, rnone LL J SOCIAL and PERSONAL Six O'clock Dinner Miss Merritt Jones was host to an elaborate dinner party Saturday even v ing honoring . Lieutenant Turner Jones of Atlanta. Others included in the invitations 'were; Misses Mario and Isabel Bennett, Josephine ami yVssio Telford, Mary Joseph Jones, vjfsephine Covington, 'and Messrs. Douglas Chenault Fred Davison, Stanton, Hume, and Robert Telford, Logan Burnam. The party was one of the most enjoyed of the many social events of the week. Entertains For Visitors ( Mrs. C. B. Green 'entertained with Ni delicious luncheon Sunday in com pliment to Mrs. Fletcher West of Atlanta, Miss Donnelly, of Cincin nati, Miss Buckley, of Lexington and Miss Griggs of Louisville. Other ft-nests included in the invitation were: Mr. and Mrs. James Ieds, Mr. and Mrs. Wm. O...

Publication Title: Richmond Daily Register
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Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond daily register. — 26 August 1919

The Daily Register, Richmond, Madison County, Ky. Tuesday Afternoon, August 26, 1919 Waterway To Health: . (Thousands have been fully restored to health and strength as a re sult of taking1 "The Watsrway to Health" The American Medicinal Min eral VVater bottled at the Spring without any conden sing or fortifying whatever. 64 Doses $1.00 Dose: Tablespoonful in Glass of Water Prescribed by v i cians for constipation, indigestion rheumatic affections, hitrh blood pressure, hardening of arteries and skin affec tions. Money back if not satisfied. On prescription from your physi. cian or at yur druggist's. Book let on request. The Devonian I Mineral Spring Co. (Incorporated) Owensboro, Ky. a Appointed Administratrix In the county court George Ann Chenault was appointed and qualified as administratrix of the estate of her son, James Chenault, with Milton Walker as surety on her official bond. VICTIMS RESCUED Kidney, liver, bladder and uric acid troubles are most dangerous be cause of their...

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

trait Established 1865 53d Yeai No; 227 Richmond, Madison County, , 'Kentucky, Wednesday Afternoon, August 27, 1 91 9 Single Copy 5 Cents V i0; 50 LOCAL CATTLE MEN OPPOSE KENYON BILL Many Telegrams of Protest Sent To Washington Monte Fox Expects Prices To Be Steady Many of the most prominent cattle feeders of Madison county have sent telegrams to congress, protesting against the Kenyon bill which seeks to practically have the government take over the packing business. Prominent stockmen from all over the coun try are appearing before the sen ate committee which has the bill under consideration. Local cattle feeders say that they are against the packers or any one else making unreason able profits, of course, but until it is shown that such is the case, they say it is unthinkable that the government should endcavoi to handle the packing business1, with the results of its railroad 'experience constantly before it ' Monte Fox, of Danville, who buys -the fat cattle of Madison county, wa...

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

-, ' 1 ;'.' Migistfr, ,-mv--'! V ','ivrv' r ".Wednesday Afternoon,' August 27, 1919 Jib A "Satisfied With Lalley" J Lalley Light owners are satisfied, The great majority of them are more than that they are genu inely pleased Vllllsca, Iowa Sep. 10, 1918 Lalley-Wilson Electric Co. ' Omaha, Nebraska Dear Sirs: I am certainly pleaa ed with ray Lalley Ligbdng Plant and do not in bow anyone on the farm can get along without a lighting and power system as I con sider eeorro light on the farm as one of the moat aria(7 things on the farm. Yours truly F. A. ROBINSON JOE BENDER - 1 . ....... SIOCK NEWS Powell & Currans, ; of Mercer county, received an order. from D. Laine, of Havana, Cuba, for six fox hounds. Dr. Laine spent several days in Kentucky last spring- and bought a saddle horse and several fox hounds. In Pendleton county Tom Jacobs sold his farm five miles from Falmouth to Geo. Dougher ty for $70 per acre. Mr, Jacobs' bought this farm 15 gears' ago for $10 an acre, but sweet clo...

Publication Title: Richmond Daily Register
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Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond daily register. — 27 August 1919

cr.- -i i l--t''.. . . - The Richmond Daily Register Rlchnibndj Madison Gwinty - Wednesday Afternoon, August 27, 1919, UNMARKED GRAVE r . ir 4 li J- Ti ll H I II I I ' : II ' ft. t 1 ran? tM A. U V DEPOSITS ill mum VVAR SAVINGS CAMPAIGN TEAGtf iNd PEOPLE NeoesSItV &F f HRiFfi , NEST EGGS ARE GROWING Statistics Shew That Savings Habit t Id Gaining Momentum All Over Wsrldi The purchase of QoTernment Bonds And Barings Stamps has increased rather than decreased satines depel its in the banks of the country, . ttfr 6ent statements from various seotlons, from Los Angeles to New York, show that sines the armistice was signed the savings hanks of the country hare been flooded with deposits. New York State recently passed the $2,000,000,' 000 mark, with tho nuitbor of depos itors running up to more than 8,800,-000.- The deposits piled steadily up through the war period. A statement covering savings deposits in all banks Cther than national, issued In Feb nary, 1919, showed that the amoun...

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

( Richmond Daily Register New Department at a, m. tAUKLHt) Editor aad Prriet mntaraH at tnm miatofTIce In Richmond m aecand class mall matter under Act of Congress of 1876. Muncy The services of Mr. Holt have ben engaged , ; to attend to our picture framing department. He has had a great deal of experience in this line and the most expensive and valued pic ture can be executed in fine style and to your liking. Come in with your pictures, and he will gladly show you samples of his workmanship. Muncy Bros. - Main Street ftabacrlptlaa Rate. Per year, by mall out or ciiy. lt.fO Six monthi by mall out of city 41.90 Three months oy man out 01 ciiy ai.vv n eltv. bv carrier, oer week lOo One month br mall.. . . Bc HnhaorlnHnna are atrlctlT Caah-ln-ad ranee to all and paper will be stopped promptly when auDacnpuon naa ex. Dlred. n mimwbwww Hiiiiiiwiiiiiiiiaiii'Mii inin mtwmi iiiiianuniiirn 1 1 JOE GIUNCHIGLIANI RICHMOND, KY. $90,000 STAKES AND PURSES Sept. 29 TO Oct. 10 WOOD, STUBBS & CO...

Publication Title: Richmond Daily Register
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond daily register. — 27 August 1919

r- The Richmond Daily Register Richmond Madison County, Wednesday Afternoon August 27,1919 (; Mr w -1 O i 4 I 4 " Bow Pleasant . t The .Cook ' .;:" '-7 . When . " ' You Are , .'; , ; Burning ) f. h."gordon Better Coal 4hone 28 Phone 224 SOCIAL and PERSONAL Entertains For Visitors Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Parrish enter tained very delightfully Monday eve ning in honor of Misses Laura Mae Essell and Marguerite Smith, the house guest3 of Mrs. ' Eva Jones. Other guests included in the invi ta lon besides those already mentioned je Miss Mattie Belle Jones, Mrs. a Jones, Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Dick- erson, Messrs. Robert Mansfield and George Stone. ', Spend The Day , ( Mm. Lena Dickerson entertained with a very informal spend the day in honor of Miss McMillan, of Cin cinnati, the guest of Miss Kathrync Pevore. Covers were laid for Mr. and Airs. Al Nance, of Ludlow, Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Tarrish, of Mt.' Ster ling, Miss Donelly, of Cincinnati, Mr. and Mrs. James Leeds, Mrs. Bcttie Parrish and Mrs. It....

Publication Title: Richmond Daily Register
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond daily register. — 27 August 1919

-'iV- The Richmond Daily Register' RichmonJ, Madison County Wednesday Afternoon, August 27, 1 91 9 V : r' ;-i i. ',.. i 7 SXmimiemm PFHIHII IS HIPP1 LU u uu . ': JiZ-ll s$s' what d. broderick thought ; 1 : ' ' -i- r-i i n -i r-i I nm iir iiintrte rnnn innlt I I - I I I 111,111 I I I II I I II III I It t:.: ' 7 PfJCtt Defendant Volunteers to Continue I II I ' I kliWi It was e luckiest May of Dave - III I l I 1 )NW;I:L-J;1J, lilJLMaf J'l'i' $ J Brodenck-s life when, on a disturbance i I 1 I 111 II I I I I I 11 it iii i i I.IIIIII ii iiii.iiiii i t The undersigned will sell publicly to the highest and best bidder on i . FRIDAY, AUGUST 29th, at 10 A.M. the following described property: TWO CERTAIN TRACTS OF LAND situated one mile from Moberl yStation on the L. & N. R. R. at Estrada. One tract contains 7 1-2 acres and the other tract contains 8 12 acres. These are nice little tracts of land and will make nice little homes. This land is in good state of cultivation and will grow most ...

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