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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond daily register. — 26 May 1919

'77 V i,w - reyV; ''g&Ihc Daily Register. Richmca'd, f.!acsoh County, KearA&y Monday Af ternoon, May 26, 1919 DEEDS FILED SINGE MAY 1 1ll CLERK'S OFFICE :. ' . - - s . J - 4 t:. 4' - ;-fi : ! ' . .,1 . t - It! -1; . , .t i - r When You Build - . .- - - . - . . -' " Anything of Concrete Sidewalks, Curbstones, Porch Steps, Cellar Floors, Foundations, - Fence Post, EcL, we recommend that yon, : use "V ".yv; . .... Old Dominion: Portland Cement L. Richmond Daily Register S. M. SAIFLET, Editor ud Proprietor - Entered at the postoff ice In Richmond -s second class mail matter .under Act of Congress of 1875. . POLITICAL AXSOCXCEMENTS " The Daily Register is authorized to announce the following candidates or nomination, subject to the action of the Itemocratic Primary, August 2, 1919: , For Representative. "' - H. C RiCE. T. H. COLLJNS ' For Representative in Congresa aubject to the action of the Democratic MrTV on1 .-n..,.; nl n' ;. . ... 1 . . , . held August 2 1919, in the Eighth...

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. — 26 May 1919

Thg Dairy Kcgister, RichmonH, MacKson County, Ky. Monday Afternoon, May 26, 1 91 9 OUR NEIGHBOR HAS BOUGHT HIS COAL v . SEE ME H. GORDON L4L AND PERSONAL following handsomely, en- invitations have been re- by relatives . and .friends L- presence is requested at the aduating Exercises - . of -. ' ; iii of Nineteen Nineteen ier Fresbyterian Military School ' - . .. on ... " " . v morning, June twelfth : half past ten o'clock. . -, Lewisburg, W. Va.' . ; . FaJcJ Print . The following from the Wood ford Sun is of interest here where Miss Alice Clark Kellogg is a un iversal favorite : ; The Margaret College alumnae banquet . Wed nesday evening, May 14th, in the college gymnasium was a most delightful affair. -The menu con- Jsisted of three courses. ' The guests were seated at small ta bles decorated with lillies of the valley and white candles in silver candlesticks'. Miss, Margaret "Ed wards sang ..several very - pretty songs, accompanied by Miss Alice Clark Kellogg, of Richmond. Af ter...

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. — 26 May 1919

I Smudged print Lnt I . 1 The Daily Register, FucKmon T.diea CTifr IjL Ilongrnocnt lsy:2&t'X9i9Ji ii Fo:t i:ev sens . . . .. . ,li).0:iTRAC7S,LET I ; Special ttscount on Player Pianos Hi Mr. F. 0. Frye, the factory representative with trW Wurlitzer House is here for a few days only; Drop in . 1 our store while he is here and hear him play the piano, . . . violin and sing all at the same time. . "'. . v. "A large stock of pianos and players are carried in stock and everyone knows the tone of these wonderful instruments. A :' UUHGY BROS -v rf-fc TTTT T 't 1 " '" v. - ' ' . . Farmers of this section are behind wiht their crops on account of the rain.- . ; Mr. Harry Wells has been on the sick list. ' - Mrs. J. W. Thorpe and ; daughter, Jennie, were Sunday visitors of Mrs. N. J. Thorpe, of near Richmond. . . Mr. and Mrs. S. . M. , Cornelison and little daughter spent Saturday sight J r i -a r - ana ounaay wim jar. Tina mrs. w. v Ogg. ... : . . i Mr. M. M. Rronrfiton Tins rptnrn. "ed ...

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 May 1919

' -. Vs; &MUasan 'XkiKajvy Afternoon, May 27" 1919 Sinf" CHANGE PlfA TO. ;V Surprise Sprang In "Cold Check" Cases When Hubert McCall's Case Is Called In Court. ' The "cold check" cases took" a surprising turn when circuit court was- reconvened vthis afternoon. Hubert McCall,' who was indicted in two cases, withdrew, his -plea of not guilty, made at his examin ing trial, and on previous arraign ment before this1 court, and enter ed a plea of not guilty. The charge against him. will .there"- lore, oe mea out on lis merits. There was some delay in secur-1 ing a jury. The regular panel was exhausted' before 12 men could be founTwho had not form ed and expressed an opinion in the case. Most of thos'e who wen? excused, said that they had heard the cases talked of or had read of it in the newspapers.. It was three o'clock before the jury was finally completed, and attorneys began" statements "of the case.. McCall is charged with Daniels1 said today; testifying be obtaining goods under ...

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 May 1919

( - The DaDy Register. Richmond, Madison County, Kentucky Tuesday Afternoon, May 27, 1919 Quality jaa -. . 3 3T bvlse , the people of Richmond and !iison to purchase their Fuel supply lame Us If YouWait Jl s.- . i.ii-.liit EASTERN WINS ANOTHER VICTORY Hcs4?Di3r Register , f AUFLKT, Battar and Preartctsi .aterl at the aoatofrice 1 a Richmond t Mcond claju mail nutter under Act a uiBfTMa or 1.7. - JIH Vyear. "by-Mail out of tHty. s meats, by niH oat of dtr isles Urea onth- br mail out of city $1.00 rwr, per wees. iw: laoxt . by Ml il -le Ie Subscription are strictly cash-' In -ad ranee to ail and natoer will be itotiMd 7-. promptly- when : anbecrlBtlon baa ax- - '--wro.-- . XL ASHOUUCKJIKJITS jRerlster la authorised to te-Toioinnr eaaoKiatea ror tfbjrt to the action of the r frtmaty. An (rust 2. 1111 M T-CLJllCE. IfH. ccll: INS action of the Democratic eua 'the special election ' to be itfiart t 11S, in the Eighth Con- -f of -Merrer county. CHABUSS A. HARDIN. fetor Stanley is offering...

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. — 27 May 1919

Tfteffifoltepster. Ky - , jues jay Afternoon, May 27, 1919 Hi v. YOUR NEIGHBOR HAS BOUGHT HIS -COAL ' SEE ME F. HI -GORDON SOCIAL AND" PERSONAL Rakpr-IjOncr , ' . ? Mr.Hubert Long, ' a well' known . young farmer,' of ; Cottdnburg, and Uioi Mai Mm - RnVor of fiarrarri county .secured a licence' in Lancaster and .were maned nere aaxuraay, Judge W.' K; Price officiating.- The ' young couple were ' accompanied' by Miss Nannie Benny and Mr. Wm. ' Bolton. . , Johnson-Abrams Marriage license was issued " in Pmintw CIptV Maunin's office. Satur - Jaw in Mica A Tinia .TnliTisnn and 'Mr. uaj - " ; - - Lawrence Abrams,. both residents of Three Lakes, Jackson county, ny. - Tuiliaii fink MwiB -. ' f V, riilion rinh 7lll meet With 1UC vyvvinun w.uw , , . --- Miss " Olivia Baldwin Wednesday ; afternoon, at 2:30.- -' ' , . Mm j Mri Waltor O Park de- lirrtiffunv entertained the members of : the Epworth League and other f riends at their handsome on tne tiexmgwm pike in honor of her brother,. Prof . J...

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 May 1919

i - The Dally Register, Richmond Madison County, Ky. TuesAftemooh.Jay.27, 'I f919-. FIV5 DAYS LEFT BIG MAY SPECIAL SALE . " Conducted at timers SRwfufe store Don't let ihis opportunity ' -y-' Knock at your door with no avail. Every article is reduced, and marked m plain figures. H . -:. - - J V2ir Creek Herbert Click, of Kerby Knob spent Priffay-nigLt with Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Click. ; ; . Mabrf Jciason ha returned after A week's visit witti-Miss Iillie Hat , field at Waco. j Charles Johnson has gone to Bar . temrfille to work," : . vMrs. B. P. Gay is recording from -.the fa-;. -.-J- - . '.' Mrs. Joe Lewis is making an ez- fe - fiait with her - sister, Mrs. 5? -e Uicnards, of Hamilton, O. i. w. a. invu and son, Billie, spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. J. Wilson of Wallaceton. Sergt Boston Torpin, of Cincinnati Ohio, who has just retained from overseas spent Wednesday with his uncle and aunt. Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Johnson. Miss. Nannie Powell spent Sunday at Kerby Knob. Miss Lucy Brewer has...

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. — 28 May 1919

8 IN j ill. l 4 : i PatettJ iBiSbmSBWJW CCal- Kenliujty.WcAjay Afternoon, May28.-1919 Single Copy lj lit II 'Jt M II II IT , - - " 1 -S DI ' M'CALL FREEDOM J FAULTY J! IDICTI.'EI IT Coop By Attorneys For Defense I initial mptintr nf the T-MPTie of In Cold Check CeSxCiat3dns Bext Octob2 CUOV.? ok Quick-DisnuisaL ? On a ourelv'lerof-tecnnicalitv, v. Hubert McCall, "ot Lenpt6n'wa"s ; acquitted on peremptory I ja-J structionsMn Circuit Court late- Tuesday, at the second -trial iw-theli. ' series ot cold check" cases- Tthat have been attracting so rmlCo at- ? tention. 'After, the witnesses, for I the prosecution had concluded 5 their testimony, attorneys fox! -the I defendant moved for peremptory 3 instructions for acquittalforAMcc ?j Call, on the ground that no'pro&f 1 had been offered to sustain alle- k gations of 'the-indictent.The jj indictmentaYe4fhithien.ihe defendant bought a suit and shoes from Hamilton loornjjjint of $44.50, he. made the statement that he had funds in the St...

Publication Title: Richmond Daily Register
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond daily register. — 28 May 1919

f . A .. . - rW , 1 . We edvise . the people of Richmond and Madison to purchase their Fuel supply 7 Dcn't Blame Us If You Wait Richmond Daily Renter M- "AUKLKT. Bt mm ItWilnUi mater . - Richmond under Act LI A very mixed carload of live f stock was recently" shipped from Lexington to tie West .Indies. This shipifcent .was bought by Dr." Shannon, who is the manager, of one of the huge (cane plantations om the island of Trhujidad. The animals were bought -thrtf-ugh 1 the I,iw StnnV Pv.i, . lege of Agriculture. This carload was made up of grade Percheron brood mares a Percheron Son some Hampshire swine, three San" down sheep, a bunch 0f pe: "n" Belgian hares, a few bronz- -Agreed a saddle mare and her .-rf' turkeys, iree colts Knternd at tha ttnir aa bt i linn ria vmaii of CoogTVM oT 1876. - BaftaerlvtlcJr Rates. Jf JT JomU out of city Th".J,3r.mJ1 ?t of city 12. 0 Imrrz'r"' oul or otr Oa uoaLh by anil LOO i5,S0-- "flctly cash-ia-ad-" J all and paper will be toDDd ro-puy when- .uKcrtp...

Publication Title: Richmond Daily Register
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond daily register. — 28 May 1919

' : a Tte Oxy nrter, ISchmond RIacEsoa Cpurityy Ky. Wednesday Afternoon, May 26T 1 9 1 9 V" V i YOUR NEIGHBOR , HAS BOUGHT HIS COAL SEE ME F. H. GORDON SOCIAL AND PERSONAL Elder Leeds. , J At , the Catholic parsonage Tuesday afternoon at 3 o'clock, Miss Mattie Elder was united in marriage to Mr. , James . Leeds. The parlors were very attractive ly decorated . for . the occasion, white roses, peonies and ferns be ing most tastefully arranged. The ring ceremony was used, Father H. B. Schulte in his beautiful im pressive way officiating. Only the immediate families witnessed the ceremony, Mr. and Mrs. Nelson Elder being the only attendants with the exception of" the little flower girl," Kathryne Lusk,' who preceded them with a basket of ; white roses. She . presented a lovely appearance, beautifully " gowned in white. The bride was attired in a handsome tailored gown of blue, with hat and gloves to match, and was never prettier. Her corsage was of white roses and valley lillies while 1...

Publication Title: Richmond Daily Register
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond daily register. — 28 May 1919

) :. ,' .'"' ''.V-...' r. ""'" ' .--fir' '- (, W 1-1 7 I: : " i ii.ii 'I : : : ' : : ' - n ' i ' i -;dmarv Values in bulhmr UotfliBff-1 sssT ' k V u V" SjSI - -- 4 , t i I I-. - I I t 1 5 Lj i 1 --4 Dp you need a light weight suit for summer ?T Wef?"f j i kTj.r fTftttl minpiAn Cmm rnim unlrn HMitLi m4i m(LiA..!ia - (I aaivuig injn 4ucsuuu ui yuui 2uvc 5Wi uuyv WUCU lit 'to- your : advantage" to buy. i We want eYeryJ'man!in! J Richmond to profit Tiy theste jjpecprice d qursr -j 1. SfliUji .,,(!$ ttl? Hart Schaffiier f and ManL. DraeWeave Pap MiftSi light Fabncs iiowr ,,$12r:il8JJ2$35r; 9 i .Ht1 1. V The only way.ferjr6ja to profit is to buy. , THeie suiis oner you a uisf money saving oppuriuiuijfi iukj.ik., t ,v : suits we bought before prices .were jjb'highf , That's Ika cMMiiii ott b(1 (ham at ciHh .lnur nnm nAW. . : J .'..--iJl Pifty-Hitfc Madistwx counfy ppli- iir-in tne teacners- exaagunatioirrcanTswHQ Tiirgagv, nayecerun il t JpC"4 .OT.Couuty tjuperjntelident of cates, took the...

Publication Title: Richmond Daily Register
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Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond daily register. — 29 May 1919

r tablkhea 1865 53d Yeki No. 153 S&anong 1!. Thursday Afternoon, May 29. 1 9 1 9 Single Copy Five Cents Hf) A fin ;w I I Ml I I AGQUITTED Oil T.1URDER CHARS Berea Colored Woman Convince Jury She Did Not Burn Her Child To Death. ; Calinda Farris, the negress from the Berea section, who was charged with firing her home and burning her seven-year-old son so that he died, was acquitted -it her trial in circuit court. The proof against the woman was en tirely circumstantial, and she in troduced evidence to show that . the house caught fire accidentally so a verdict of not guilty was brought in by the jury which tried her. ' V ', The grand - jury brought in eight more indictments and was finally discharged. The grand jury delivered a comprehensive report to the court, covering a wide field, and showed that the ' members had - done their duty faithfully and well. -The report is iven in full below. Judge Shackelford has been clearing the docket of a lot of small criminal cases this week...

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. — 29 May 1919

t V Service Quality Price i M We advise the people of Richmond and Madison to purchase their Fuel supply Mn't Blame Us If You Wait R, BDantomi S. M. BAUFLKY. Edlter a FlHfMw Entered at the poatofflce in Richmond a second cum mail mailer unaer Act . sabaertatlea Rates.. -Per year, by malt out of r t Six month by mail oat of city J1.M Three months by mall oat of city $1.00 in -citv. bv mitIav. ni wlr' 1 Am One month by " - "LISTENED IN" ON KAISER'S PRIVATE PHONE LINE ',' Vienna, May 28 The story of an eavedropper who says he "listened in" . .on a telephone wire and overheard . conversations between the former ;, Empeor Charles of Austria and -persons' in" Berlin just before hostilities ; nded,.is published by the Narodni s Poli taken. The telephone wire was be tween Vienna and Berlin. Oceanek declares that the conver sations between the former Emperor Charles and Berlin -were of a purport contrary to that given out to the pub lic. The Emperor, he said, always answered the telephone ca...

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. — 29 May 1919

A - TftcXfctedster, Richmond, Madison County, Ky. Thursday Afternodh, May 29, 1919" 0 X t YOUR NEIGHBOR HAS BOUGHT HIS , COAL SEE 'ME F. H; GORDON SOCIAL AND PERSONAL Junior Music Club " ' V ' The Junior Music ' Club met with Miss Virginia Million. Monday after noon at her home on North street! A beautiful programme was given and the roiiowing members were pres ent. Misses Betsy Bennett, Sara Luxon, Coleman Wallace,-Olivia Col yer, Elmer Katheryne Douglas, Mary Shearer, and Betsy Munday. Deb' cious ref restments were served by the hostess assisted by .her mother. Parents of Model School Entertained . The Model School teachers of the Eastern Kentucky- State Normal School entertained parents of the Model School children at a beautiful reception in the library of. the new Training . School building Monday afternoon from three to four o'clock. President and Mrs. Coates, Super- mtedent and Mrs. Edwards and Mrs. Pates, President, of the Parent Teach ers Association,' were in the" receiv i...

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. — 29 May 1919

s The Daily Register, Richmond, Madison Cousty . Kyv Thursday Afternoon, May 29, 1919 T1.Z L1Tu3T;:EWS Of the 1C3 largest- banks in the United States Louisville has two of them. : Texas voted for prohibition an wo man suffrage in an election held Sat urday. - - . In France 550") buildings are to Be restored -wmi ire destroyed by the Germans. " i?w The Weitzel heirs are planning to rebuild the Capital Hotel at Frankfort at a cost of $300,000. In Berlin 100,000 people in a great mass meeting demanded that Ger many should sign the peace terms. The Senators are also to name by agreement a United States District attorney for the Western District. Democrats will ask President Wil- (son for a definite statement as to whether he will be a candidate for re-election. " - .' l ne appointment as Uronan as Col lector of Interval Revenue for Louis ville will be confirmed as both Senator Beckham and Stanley will ask for it. Gov. Black has been, forced to can eel his speaking appointment . at Flemi...

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. — 30 May 1919

established 1865 53d Ymt GRAVES OF ALL HEROES DECORATED Memorial Day Observed On Big Scale In France Today WJ soon Speaks At Suresne (By Associated Press) - Paris, May 30 No grave of an American who fell in the great war was overlooked in today in observance of Memorial: Day in France. Some of the services were held in the cemeteries in the vicinity of the battle line along which the troops fought and sac rificed their lives". , Others took place near hospital centers fur ther back where those whose wounds caused death have been buried. The two most notable events took place at Suresnes, near Par is, and at Romagne,' near the Arr gonne. ' President Wilson' left the labors of the peace conference-to the former place for an address in the American cemetery there, while General Pershing went to Romagne to speak near the spot where the Americans suffered the greatest in the fighting. I In his address', President Wil son declared the day of secret councils is past because the peo ple are...

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. — 30 May 1919

The Daily Register, Richmond, Madison County . Ky.T- Friday Afternoon, May 30, 1919 ra . H. lSZT" ? ... , . ' ! Richmond Daily Register 4. M. SALFXEY, Editor ud Praarletar Entered at the poatoffice In Richmond M second class mall matter under Act f Congress of 1876. - ' Snbacrlptloa nates. Per year, by mall out of clty Stl.C0 31z months by mail out of city S2.V0 Three months by mall out of city ll.oo in city, by carrier, per weekil0o One month by " (We 1 'iiisiBnjLltj V -LJ "'-.ll 1 I U II I W I I ' At 2 O'clock P.M. . I will offer fcisale publicly on the premises, to the highest bidder the hanJsome resi dence of Captain John R. Pates, on Lancaster avenue. This is one of the most desir ahle focations in Richmond, being within three blocks of the business district and yet out t)f the noise of the city. "1 Everything ; on the premises is in good repair. The house has seven rooms, two porches, large packing room, bath, electric lights, gas heat in three rooms, every thing to make a com...

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. — 30 May 1919

Trie Dally Register, Richmond, Madison County, Ky. Friday Afternoon, May 30, 1919 I V HAS BOUGHT HIS COAL SEE ME - F. H. GORDON SOCIAL AND PERSONAL reh, Myrtice Todd; Lynn Evans, Louise Dedman, jtmma Oldham, Sallie Finney, Josephine - Schaf hausen,., Ernestine Price,' Sara Goodloe, Elmer Katherine Doug las, Robbie James," Mary . Emily Gienault, Mary Shearer, Dolly Pickels, Frances Smith Gordon, and Anne Todd.' " "' . ' - ' - THEATRE PARTY " Miss Kate Brown entertained with a theatre party Tuesday evening, in honor of her .guest, Miss Bessie Stout, of Versailles. Inculdecf m the invita- tions were Misses Carrie and Mossie Allman. Martha Garrettr-Mary Lolic Kunkel, Christine Sandlin, Tevis and Robbie James, Margaret Douglas ana Mrs. Sue Brown. Eneaeement Announced Mr. and Mrs. A. B. Mudgett. ol Pptoskpv. Michigan, announce the encae-ement. " of -their daughter, Charlotte, to Mr. William Oldham, of Mt. Sterling. The groom is tne son of Mr. and Mrs. Abner Oldham, of Mt. Strling, and is ...

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. — 30 May 1919

The Dafly Register. Richmond, Madison County, ke&atck? Friday Afternoon, May 30, 1919 CDSlIl SHEEP BREEDERS : LIE DOG LAW (Gkoxoxol TL. r -( GiVe your children Karo and v diced bread, It takes the place of candy satisfies Nature ys Craving for stvceis. Give them all they ward. It means more health and str en&ih. The Executive Committee of the Kentucky Sheep Breeders' Association at Lexington, announced . resolutions adopted by the ' members, who are among the ' leading sheep ' producers of the state. It is declared that the is the dog. which fact Has done morel in recent years not only to cause tne I dispose of their flocks, but also to keep hundreds of other men from go-" mj into the business. Losses to abeep in 1916, the latest report available, were from one to 68 head per flock, it is said. Declaring that the dog law should continue to be strictly enforced and that sheep breeders and kindred livestock associations , in Kentucky will continue to support it despite its imp...

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. — 31 May 1919

ore-d Spots on rr R..Hiim established 186553d Yeai No. 155 Sichraond, Madison County. Kentucky, Sahirday Afternoon,' May 3.1 191 9 Szz"2 Copy Five Cents ONE DRIVER KILLED IN BIG AUTO RAGE And His Mechanican Has Frac tured Skull Ralph DePalma Ahead At First 100 Miles K"ti TARVIA JO CE FUTC s mm OCTAL m&JSXEEB Oil PIKE lOTAVEEaWl SERVICES SUNDAY have it at the Masonic Temple June SHE!'1 b7V" lar SpeUhWniiv Is Cuyen Travel- Jadge CW A. Hardin To DeW (By Associated Press) Indianapolis,. May 31 Arthur Thurman, competing in '-the 500 mile International automobile race on the speedway here today, was killed and his ' mechanican, Molinares' skull fractured when their machine overturned on-the 44th lap. ; . .t -', ; " Ralph DePalma driving a Pack ard, led at the first '100, miles. Paul Bablot, in a Ballott, was sec ond. Li. Chevrolet and G. Chevron- let, both driving Fontenacsv were third ?nd fourth respectively, All previous records of the speedway for that -distance were broken, the av...

Publication Title: Richmond Daily Register
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