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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond daily register. — 5 May 1919

Daily Register, Richmond, Madison County, Ky Monday Afternoon, May 5, 1919 a;. V JV AT JV yy n n i v t V I have an option on a few thousands dollar worth of stock in the new company, called the Dreadnaught Oil and Refining Company, of the Inter-Southern Building, Louisville, and 'they have some very choice leases, that they own or have options on and the stock is selling in Louisville at par, 10 cents, but up until Wednesday night, (midnight), I can sell this stock for only ' . per share. This stock is fully paid and non-assesable and yon can not buy any from the company for less than 10 cents. - There are , many people in this city and surrounding towns who have made big. money in the oil game by investing and getting in on the Gutrod MFD!? and here is where you have the chance to get in right. The stock holders, officers and directors are well known in Kentucky and other states. But ask me and I will tell you all about the company and what they are doing. I will be at the ; , ., v...

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. — 5 May 1919

i- The Daily Register. Richmond, Madison County, Kenfljck Monday Afternoon, May 5, 1919 r ME km fOCK CJMENT F. H. GORDON Coal & Feed I hone 28 Phone 224 SOCIAL AND PERSONAL ftaaonnce Marriage. Mrs. E. M. iiusrueiy announces tne larriaire of her daughter, Frances L-. o lavia An a re w cnerara, juay 3, jul. Iterling, Ky. Birthday Dinner. A numBer or irienas ana relatives rere entertained at the home of Mrs. . A. Cotton, May 2nd, in honor or her 8th birthday aniversary. A moat de- ightful dinner was served and the day r&s very mucn enjoyea oy ail iortun te enough to be present. Covers were aid for Mr. and Mrs. Tom -Hendren, i:r. and Mrs. John Ross and son, of incaster. Mrs. Robert Long-, of Lex ngton. Mr. and Mrs. Ira Cotton and hiidren, Mr. ana Airs, jonn uiDson, Mr. md Mrs. Theo. Cotton and children. Mr. Somas Cotton and children, Mr, and Irs. R. E. Baker and children. Mrs. osepn tiaeran.. Misses tseuian - TlDton ina t-stene rewm. bdta Wllllama. Numerous friends here who met ...

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 May 1919

'1 ' v v . - v . - . . - . - - - - . ' - . , . . - " -.' . 1 .- . . .. . ; . " - " The Daily Register. Richmond, Madison Gounty, Kentucky Monday Afternoon, May 5, 1919 IV m . f - i tl US St ? It f i ? i .1 i i v r H r . r. i f 1 1? i; i"? - , ; -v.. t: s t f ,: . ... ' ; ' -- ' - -: f " . : - '1- r I; X I Save Money On Your rin . j. ... Clothing p y 1 ' til 4 Hart Schaffner & Marx Clothes and Other fine Merchandise At Less Than Regular Prices. There's never been achance like this before in Richmond. Here are Hart.Schafrner.& Marx all-wool suits and overcoats, boys clothing and men's furnishings, selling at less than "regular prices. ;'; Last year we bought a big stock of merchandise before prices .went so high. We anticipate4.'yoiir needs . for spring; we thought you'd be glad to save money at the same time. , This is just a sample of the service we want to give right along. We're in business to sell goods, but we want to sell them to your profit as well as our own. Copj-iih...

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 May 1919

A IHMKtDK ED. 1 litablished 1865 53d Ycai No.l33 . Richmond, Madison County, Kentucky, Tuesday Afternoon, May 6, 1919 Single Copy Five Cen'.. MADISON LAW-ABIDING SINGE LAST COURT Judge Kin da Little T Feature I Charge To Graad Jny Bat Teaches On Platol Ttl;. Madison county folks have been unusually law abiding-of course, with the exception of minor infractions since last term of circuit court, that really there was nothing particular for Judge W. R. Shackelford to fea ture whenhe made his charge to the grand jury this morning. So he cov ered the whole situation briefly but pointedly for the benefit of the grand jurymen, and did not devote- much time to that phase of getting the May of circuit court under way. The Judge did emphasize the duty of the grand jurymen to careful y investigate the pernicious habit of many carying deadly weapons to con cealed which, ne cnaracxenzea as cow ardly and low-down. The grand jury selected as follows: Messrs. John L. Coffey, R. N. Lahter, J. M. HaH...

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. — 6 May 1919

A I n 1 1 a I l I i -J :- il i i . ' i k- t fi ( t. S J o The Daily Register, Richmond,' Madison County, Ky. Tuesday Afternoon, May 6, 1919 r n rn i i jvJ k 7 I have an option on a few thousands dobarti worth of stock in the new company, called the Dreadnaught OH and Refining Company, of the Inter-Southern Building, Louisville, and they have ' some very choice leases, that they own or have options' on and the stock is selling in Louisville at par, 10 cents, but up until Wednesday night, (midnight), I can sell this stock for only. per share. . .. : This stock is fully paid and non-assesable and yon caa not buy any from the company for less than 10 cents. . There are many people in this city and surrounding towns who have made big money in the oil game by investing and getting in on the I and here is .where you have the chance to get in right The stock holders, officers and directors are well known in Kentucky and other states. But ask me and I will tell youall about the company and w...

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 May 1919

The Daily Register. Richmond, Madison County. FCet.iu.-kT Tuesday Afternoon, Mav 6. 1919 1 JME AND DEMENT F. N. GORDON Coal & Feed , Phone 28 Phone 224 The meeting of the Missionary Socie ty of the First Baptist church has been postponed to Friday, the 16th, and will meet with Mrs. G. W. Evans on North street, with Mrs.C B. English as leader. SOCIAL AND PERSONAL Engagement Announced Friends nere nave received news mouncing the engagement of Miss Margaret McMurry, of Shelby, S. C. to Mr. Wyeth Royster, the wedding to occur in June, and will be quite an elaborate social event. Miss Mc Murry is very popular here, having frequently visited, Miss Elath Buch anan, and Miss Elizabeth Turley, both of whom will De nriaesmaias at the wedding. X X X X X X Banquet at Phoenix. The XI cnapier or me Aipns ai Delta Sorority, of the University of Ky. entertained with a delightful banquet it the Phoenix Hotel. Lexington, Wed nesday, in honor of Its Founders' Day. The decorations were Dasneis 01 p...

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 May 1919

" V The Daflv Register. Richmond, Madison County, KentuckyTuesday Afternoon, May 6, 1919 Richmond Daily Register S. M. SAtJCTLKY. Edlter ud Praprletar VICTORY BONDS Entered at the postofflce in Richmond aa second claaa mail matter under Act of Congress of 1876. - BnbaerlptlM Rates. Per year, by mail out of city $1.00 Six months by mall out of city $2.(0 Three months by mail out of city f 1.80 In city, by carrier, per week10c One month by mall ISc Subscriptions are strictly cash-ln-ad-ance to all and paper will be stopped promptly - when subscription has - ex pired. . j then Place Your Order for m Buy VI f 1 ; i " 1 1: 5- i. i : 1 - J b a 1 n i . ; :.-t ft f t if. V:f, I ! nil f CAMEL cigarettes win smokers from, the start because the expertly blended choice Turkish" and choice Domestic to baccos make possible Camel's delightful mellow-mildness with that all-there "body." r Camels meet your fondest cigarette fancies in so many ways. Their flavor is unusual and refreshing; and, they p...

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 May 1919

it DSlKDIEMKrDN DD ISTEB; ' Established 1865 53d Ycai No. 134 Richmond. Madison County, Kentucky, Wednesday Afternoon, May 7, 1919 Single Copy Five Ceh TREATY IS HANDED TO THE GERMANS IMPORTANT POINTS OF RAWLINGS TO RON FOR CIRCUIT JUDGE CONGRESS CALLED TO MEET ON MAY 19 Guard The Child! TREATY HUNS WILL SIGN ADAS' : J - ..... . . , Kotable Assemblage of Representa tives of 27 Nations Present On Momentous Occasion at Paris By Associated Press) Versailles, May 7 Germany today was told the terms upon which the al lied and associated powers' would make peace with her. " , . ' The terms are contained in the treaty of some 80,000 words in length which was handed to the German plenipotentiaries at a memorable as semblage here, attended by delegates of 27 nations which are parties to the peace pact. The notable document cm which the leading statesmen of the various na tions have been working together with a swarm of experts from the principal countries involved since the convening of 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. — 7 May 1919

i 'A I hi 'r.ii k-f Sri ;. i: The Daily Register, Richmond; Madison County', Ky Wednesday Afternoon, May 7,1919 - Canner'.- (Goal FOR SUMMER COOKi M6 NO DIRT, LITTLE ASH, DONT SNAP. LONGER AND IS CHEAPER THAN ANY SOFT COAL La M. IsDainitoini BURNS EASTERN DEFEATS-SUE BENNETT TEAM 7 TO 2 jpracticallv all of their boys are ytmne; in base ball experience, the boya or the Eastern team had the advantage. The score was 7 to 0 until the first of i, the ninth, -when the Eastern boys lost ( their pep and gave the -visitors a . -chance to score two runs. The game 1 ended with the score 7 to 2 in favor of w- ' I Eastern, making Itfive successive VIC-1 ' I tortes. : . The Eastern Dan' team added an- The next game will be played with other victory Monday afternoon' whenlthe Stanford High School, Saturday af- tney coiuaea who. me oue renneic-;ternooa, at 3:30. Memorial team oi ionaon. ine game atnrtort nfr with nnme real athletic sDir- it. Every individual present was siz- SHIPPED OUT BOOZE ins t...

Publication Title: Richmond Daily Register
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond daily register. — 7 May 1919

The Daily Register: Ridrmop Ptladison G)xmtyt Kennick) , ..Wednesday Afternoon; May 7,1919 WHEN TO GATHER - " : ;l . . ROOTS AND HERBS i t. j The City of J GOODRICH 1 M. Akron. Qhioat "Spoiling the Ship for a penny s worth of Tar" You know the old saying Don't let this happen to our Ameri can Ship of State. ... Our Country has nev er stood higher in the eyes of the world than it does today. A place second to none among the Nations has come to us a place in the sun calling upon us Americans' to be teach ers and exponents in stead of followers z " We fought to make the world a decent place to live is, now we must pay to keep the worl da decent place to live in the eyes of all people are upon us, we must put this Victory Loan over in double quick time. Remember, 4j per ;ent a quarter more this time, and with America's whole re sources behind you.' Do it now. Do your bit to wards steering our American Ship'bf State towards the greatest . smooth sailing pros perity the world has ever kno...

Publication Title: Richmond Daily Register
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond daily register. — 7 May 1919

i ! A- The Daily Register. RicJimop'd, Madison County Kentucky Wednesday Afternoon, May 7, 1919 1 f t-. 4 t. "aft" if 13 iS-' .;,J- it It v. j.; j? I- . ' ; . : U"C!: .ea, - '.- V.-- - - - ' . Imsnflraince One of the distinctive qualities of food' baked with Royal Baking Powder is icholesomencss. 1 This is health insurance of such vital importance that millions of women bake at home just to be sure that Royal Baking Powder is used. Remember the adage "Bake it with Royal and be sure." BAKING POWDER Absolutely Pare TWO DIFFERENT VIEWS 0(1 WEED PRODUCTION Made from Cream of Tartar derived from grapes Royal Contains No Alum Leaves No Bitter Tasto MORAL GARRARD FOLKS OUGHT TO COME TO RICHMOND Mrs. Xorah Prewitfc and her 14-ycar-o!d boy and Virgie Clark, of Garrard county, escaped serious in jury at Danville last week in a re markable manner when a heavy e- lectric pole broke off at its base and ffll ncrnsa trip HnfihrinstrYl nf Afi-c Prewitt's buggy which was standing in irom 01 me Arnoi...

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. — 8 May 1919

I ill TEE. i Richmond. .Madison County, Kentucky, Thursday Afternoon, May 8, 1919 Single Copy Five Cen. Established 1865 53d Yeai No. 135 hi WILSON WILL CABLE MESSAGE TO CONGRESS AVIATORS START ON FIRST LEG OF FLIGHT WOMEN ON EQUAL FOOTING WITH MEN HUNS ARROGANT "Dig" for Victory! AT CONFERENCE It ,sslon of Southern Baptist Con tention In Atlnnta Xext Week IMnns For Big Gathering. And Express Surprise At Terms Peace Terms Attitude of Their Spokesman Causes Indignation. of I At, '- iBv Associated Press) Atlanta,' Ga., May S At the annual Sp"ti-ern Baptist Convention, meet-in- here May 14 to 19, women for the first time will be admitted as del egates on an equality with men ahd buv sessions are indicated. s'mViPrn BaDtists 'were ereatly ,i;ninied at the ruling: of the War nAxfivtmpnt at Washington in con nection with camp pastors, feeling with other evangelical denominations that thev were discriminated against if ; pvnppted the convention will make known its attitude toward the the W...

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. — 8 May 1919

Established 1 865-53d Ycai-No. 1 35 - WOKEN ON EQUAL rnrvniun uj ruuiuiu At Swlons ! Souther Baptiat Coa ,,ntion In Atlanta Next Week Plans For Bis Gathering. HUNS ARROGANT AT CONFERENCE And Express Surprise At Terma of Peace Terma Attitude of Their Spokesman Causes Indignation. (Bv Associated Press) Atlanta,' Ga., May 8 At the annual Southern Baptist Convention, meet in" "here May 14 to 19, women for the first time will be admitted as del egates on an equality with men and i..,-,. cae:inn9 r indicated. swhpVn BaDtists 'were greatly ,i;nlrnsed at the ruling of the War norTviPTit at Washington in con nection with camp pastors, feeling with other evangelical denominations that thev were, discriminated against and it is expected the convention will make known its attitude toward the policv of the War Department. Much interest is being manifest ed by the denomination as to. the out come of the drive for missions un dertaken after the convention at Hot Art., last vear authorized it board...

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. — 8 May 1919

) The Da3y Register, Richmond, Macfison County, Ky Thursday Afternoon, May 8, 1919 ; ft ' 1 1 Coal, Salt, Fire Brick and Clay, n m i :- 1 Cement, Wall Plaster, Plaster Paris, Lime, Sand, Hay, Straw, Oats, Corn, Smadged print it- M hi f ' 1 .' t ' ! r '-I- .t r ' i V-v ! HI IS: ..i i-.it Hi : :. . !r Yl 9 - . 1 s': if !":; Si :t'i m 1l 11 I I- 1 ii - - i in---, r f. i t f i: 5 t -j - ! t: Iff t : f-- i J, ill Richmond Daily Register S. M. SAIFLET, Editor ud Pravrietw Entered at the postofflce In Richmond ai second class mall matter under Act of Congress of 1875. Snbserlptlra Rate. Per year, by mail out of city $1.00 Six months by mail out of city $2.00 'Three months by mail out of city $1.00 In city, by carrier, per week10c -One month by mail 5c Subscriptions are strictly cash-in -advance to all and paper will be stopped promptly when subscription has ex pired. POLITICAL ANflfOUXCEMEVTS The Daily Register la authorized to announce the following candidates for nomination, subject to t...

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. — 8 May 1919

A The Daily Register. Richmon d, Madison County, Kenrtfck) Thursday Afternoon. May 8, 1919 LIME ; - - SAND ROCK CEMENT F. H.G0RD0 Coal & Feed Phone 28 Phone 224 SOCIAL AND PERSONAL Dinner Party Mr. and Mrs. Tevis Ray-burn en tertained at diner in honor of his at tractive daughter, Miss Bessie Ray barn. Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Rayburn, Mrs. E. M. Roop, Mr. Marshall Ray burn, and Miss Mary Lee Lane. The day was delightfully spent. The home of Rev. D. H. Matherly was the scene of a beautiful wedding Tuesday afternoon, when Mrs. Sallie Oldham Todd and Mr. William Wright Jesse were united in mar riage. The bride is a lady much lov ed by all who knew her, while the groom is a prosperous fanner of the Doylisville locality. A reception was held at the brides home Tuesday evening for the immediate relatives and intimate friends of the happy couple. LEMON JUICE FOR FRECKLES Girls! Make beauty lotion for a few cents Try It! Squeeze the juice of two lemons into a bottle containing three ounces ...

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. — 8 May 1919

waj..S. -?.i. The Daily Register. Richmopd, Madison County, Kentucky Thursday Afternoon, May 8, 1919 LINCOLN COUNTY NEWS i IF i ' 1 ( M ; t If: IV J.-. V ' ; ! f . n m a- i v: r- .: j . - i t-J, L p i ' !: : i. . ' ' ' J: 1 , ;' $; i' ' i -1 .' : 7 '" ; f - ; IX- i ! t , . . J . I) ."' IIV (o) i ISA li ljilb Flow of Meat I'll i - iff1 A I mm' fl fiSpjijll . pill Wtif IB ; i ' i moved Tvc-thirds of the live stock in the United States has to be raised in the W est. One-half of the consumers of meat live in the Bast In other words, most of the live stock is one or two thousand miles distant from most of the people who need it in the form of food. Fifty years ago, when live stock was raised close to every consuming center, the country butcher could handle the job after a fashion. But the job got too big. Now millions of animals have to be hundreds of miles to millions of people, where on the wav thev have to be into meat The packers solved the problem. They set up plants where the "live...

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. — 9 May 1919

xTint Shovinw Through Established 1 865 53iYeai No. 1 36 Richmond. Madison County Kentucky, Friday Afternoon, May,9, 1919 Single &py Five Cent BLACK TO SPEAK HERE Oil MAY 17 Will Formally ' Open Campaign Far GTitnUp Then Stanley Re signs May 1 and Black WUI v Be Governor. '-' Lieut. Gov. James D. Black will for- mally open his campaign for the dem ocratic nomination for governor here in Richmond, Saturday, May 17th. He will speak at the court house at half past one o'clock, and will discuss the issues of the campaign. Richmond is proving a popular place for campaign speakers to open, - Judge Carroll having spoken here Monday In opening his campaign. Friends of Gov. Black have known for some time that he would open here and have only been waiting the naming of the date. It is expected that' Gov. Black will have a number of interesting things to say about the issues in this race. His friends are more confident of his nom ination In the August primary than even before. - He is spen...

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. — 9 May 1919

Trie Da3y Register, Richmond, Madison County, Kyv : Friday Afternoon; May 9, 1919 r" Richmond Daily Register S. M. SAITLEY, Editor and Proprietor Entered at the postofTice In Richmond as second class mail matter under Act of Congress of 1875. Snbaerlptloa Hates Per year, by mail out of city J3.00 Six months by mail out of city I2.0 Three months by mail out of city J1.60 In city, by carrier. ter week . lUc One month by mail '. C 35c Subscriptions are strictly cash-in-advance to all and paper will be stopped promptly when subscription has expired. POLITICAL, MJOISCEJIESTS The Dally Register is authorized to announce the following: candidates for nomination, subject to the action of the Democratic -Primary. August 2. 1919: For Representative, r- H. C. RICE. The Luxury Tax ' It is natural enough for merchants to kick about the new "luxury tax", now in effect. The tax makes trouble some bookeeping and probably puts an artificial restriction on the sale of certain kinds of goods. But the ...

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. — 9 May 1919

The Daily Register. Richmon d. Madison Comv. Kentucky Friday Afternoon, May 9, 1919 r NO EMENT F, H. GORDON Coal & Feed one 28 Phone 224 I0CIAL AND PERSONAL tertained at Luncheon . BIrs. William H. Park entertained Ji a beautiful luncheon Wednesday honor of Mrs. John Price, of At-:nsnr- Kansas, the house guest of Mr. and Mrs. George Ballew. The decorations, for. the dinning table, were of exquisite pink ' roses.- The menu was most excellent, and the par ty was a lovely compliment to the puest 'of honor. Covers we're laid for Mr., and Mrs Beverly Broaddus Mrs. W. F Park, Mr. and Mrs. Kail Park, Mrs. Hattie Buchanan, Mrs. Everett Witt, Miss Gertrude Simpson, Miss Geneva Park, Miss Jane Price and Mrs Price X X X X x x , - The Courier says, "Mr. and Mrs. Jas. C. Wilson, Mr. and Mrs. Julian P. Vanwinkle, and Mrs. Thos Jeffer son Smith, have engaged tables for tne dinner dance at the Country Club Saturday evening. X X X X X X ' . Mrs. Mollie Hubbard, of Berea, is here for a visit to h...

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 May 1919

! a- u Trie Dafly Register. Richmovd, Madison County, Kentucky Friday Afternoon, May 9, 1919 V- 3 U r S 1 & .t: I 'it ' f if I I- ' ! m 1! IN i- ; I 'i : r i (! . lii: r it IS "t. t. v XV ft! .1 -f: ' r .. i r i 13 m m Save &e Leather cW Keep your Shoes Neat LIQUIDS and PASTES FOR BLACK,WHtTE,TAN AND OX-BLOOO(DARK BROWN SHOES THE r.F.OAULCV COBPOMTIOW UO, SUrM H-V . MAY HECOO.VI7.E FJISSIAX BEKACtO (iOVBBXMEXT (Tiy Associated Press) Paris, Thursday, May 8 A move ment for recognition pi ihe government of Admiral Kolchak at Omsk by the allies and the United States as a defac to government in Russia, is supported so generally here that the announce ment of such action any day would not be surprising. Dispatches indicate the Bolsheviki has evacuated Samara, an important point on the. Volga river, with Kolchak's forces pursuing them. imh:katio- inspector killed By Associated Press) Lart.io, Texas.-May 9-Chas. Hopkins immigration mapectorj and three Mex icans were killed and two m...

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