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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond daily register. — 18 June 1919

j - II Print Shoving Through -yr- QJ)MMr MEG-IBTEil. , Established 1 865 53d Year No. A 70 Richmond, Madison County, Kentucky, Wednesday Afternoon, June 18, 1919 Single Copy Five Cents COUNTY. SCHOOLS TO OPEN IN JULY V Board Sees No Use of Delay Be . cause of School Book Muddle Teachers Named WEATHER Fair tonight and probably Thursday; litle change in tem perature, v BOLSHEVISM FEARED IF HUNS DON'T SIGN Notwithstanding the fact that State Superintendent of Public Instruction Gilbert is' recom mending that the opening of country schools be postponed un til the first of September on ac count of the decision of the Court of Appeals, which knocked out the work of the Sstate School book Commission in selecting new text books, the Madison Board of Education feels that the Madison schools should open not later than the first week in July, the time originally fixed. Supt.j B. F. Edwards" and members of the Board are understood to feel that the schools con proceed with their work very well 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. — 18 June 1919

The Daily Register. Richmon u, Madison C ity. J&emuJq Wednesday Afternoon, June 1 8, 1 919: i WOMEI I.FBQH NORTH, SOUTH; EAST, WEST Recommend Lydia L Piakham's Vegetable Componnd" as a Reliable Remedy for Wcna3s !!Is. Spokane, Wash:" I want to jecom mend Lydia E. Pimkham's Vegetable Compound for women's ailments as it helped me so much during middle age. " Mrs. Martha Connor, 1027 Mansfield Avenue. Abilene, Texas. " For almost a year I was unfit to do rr.y work as I suffered so from female ills. "Lydia E. Pinkham's VegetableCompcucd restored my health after physicians hi-d failed." Mrs. E. E. Owens. Rockville, Conn. " I suffered so long from female ills I was Llue and melan choly. Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound restored iry health after everything else had failed." Mary Wntz, 3 Chamberlain St. Oakland, Cal. " Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound .r? rr.r such relief during Change of Life, I wish every woman could know about it. I eurely praise this great remedy for women...

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 June 1919

The Daily Register. Richmond Madison C iryJCoutiJc) Wednesday Afternoon, June 18, 1 9,1.9: f i-.-r f! .1 " 1 N WOMEN FR8I. NORTH; SOUTH' EASTWESTj Recommend Lydia L Pinkham's i Vegetable Compound as a Reliable Remedy for Woman's Ills. Richmond Daily Register ' J. SAtFLE., Edltar ui Praarlrtar Entered at tue poatofflce In Richmond a dticood class mail matter under -Act congress 01 igia. - ' Subacrlatlua Rate or year, by -jnuil out of city- S.1'0 lh iliree mantim by mail out of city ll.OOpi?' .u city, by carrier, per weeK iuc . ue month by mail . , 5c Subscriptions are strictly casU-u-a.d- ance to all aud paper will be stopped promptly when subscription has et jired. - . . Spokane, Wash:' I want to recom mend Lydia E. Pimkham's Vegetable Compound for women's ailments as it helped me so much during middle age. " Mrs: Maktha Connor, 1027 Mansfield Avenue.' - - Abilene, Texas.'4 For almost a year 1 was until to ao C7 wont as i auuereu i so from female ills. "Lydia E. Pinkham's ! Vegetabl...

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 June 1919

3 The Dafly Register, f6clhmond, Madison County, Ky. Wednesday Afternoon, June 1 8,1919 (GORDON - : v 2 8 BURN GOOD COM LIME , FOR , WHITEWASHING QUICK SERVICE At the conclusion of the program the Mr. Joe Oldham has begun - tte hostess served a delicious ice course, '-erection of a beautiful house on his after whiVh thev aAitmrneA to meet I lot on West Main street. . ' . f - with Miss Nettie Kate Evans, the 3rdj . Mrs. B. J. Clay has issued invita- Monday .. in . July. t. - Prof. ChaSi A." Keith is detained from his classes by illness. ," , ,-. Mr. John"" Gaines,' of -'Winchester, was with friends here Monday. . Miss Geonria Kinser spent the week-end with friends in Paris. Mr. Neale Bennett was the week end guest of friends in Danville. . Mrs. S. J. McGauehey will enter tain her bridee club this afternoon. Mrs. A. E. Carse, of Lexington, was a visitor in Rirchmond Tuesday. Miss Emma -Watts will entertain the Navy League Thursday afternoon. Mrs. John Arnold and children are visiting ...

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. — 18 June 1919

RETURNED SOLDIER SOUDd STOPS RUNAWAY M -. 1 ' S3 'I. t i "4 v i '1 v. M. I. n 3 i The Mabley & Carew Company . x (Cincinnati) . ' "' . T CkCkrxe Orion 4 nil c a Y and makes every visitor feel at home. Our people are hospitable and ready to do their utmost to make visitors comfortable and welcome. Fountain square, where our store is located, is the very center of Cincinnati's life and bustle. . )r Our rest and lounging rooms are at your service. We will take care of your hand baggage without any cost to you. Make the Mabley & Carew Company store your headquarters while in Cincinnati. Make appointments to meet your friends at our store. We will appreciate your visit and value your patronage if you choose to bestow it. Our well appointed restaurant serves the est food the market aflords prices moderate. V CINCINNATI'S GREATEST STORE. . FIFTH AND VINE STREETS 1 Toe B. Irvine,', a local colored boy just back; from- France with the 801st Pioneers, proved himself a hero about 9 o'c...

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

'mm AUMf mmwL Established 1 865 $3d Year No. 1 7 1 Richmond, Madison County, Kentucky, Thursday Afternoon, June 19, 1919 Single Copy Five Cents m. I i i 1 L.V. It r 1 MADISON MEN BID ON BIG FARM v. "Bonie Castle, Adam Carpenter's 625 Acre Far mln Lincoln, Sells At Average of $175.29. One of the most successful farm sales of the season was' that of "Bonnie Castle," the hand some home of Adam Carpenter in the west end of Lincoln county. ..' The sale was conducted Wednes day by Col. G. B. Swinebroad, of Lancaster, and simply proved another of the wonderful suc cesses that have , attended ... the ' sales' that he conducts. . - ' " '.; " ..The entire 625 acres sold for an average of $175.29 per acre., The sale totaled the neat sum of $109,422.50. A number of Madison county men motored over for the sale and were contending bidders' on several ofthe tracts. The sale was "cried by Cols. Bolivar Bond, John B. Dinwiddie and George L. Toombs, and went off in fine shape. The farm sold in tracts...

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 June 1919

J The Daily Kegister. Richmond, Madison County .Ky. Thursday Afternoon, June 191 9 1 9. r! .1 - viiiaiiiii' -mm---, , ,-, i,: ... 319 Yor Troubles Never Happen in a o Chalmers A STRANGER wrote the other day he had taken his Hot Spot Chalmers to a garage for the first time since he bought it and he had run it 22,121 miles! "It didn't need a thing except one three-minute adjust ment," he added. We get many letters like this; and we assign the lack or trouble in a Chalmers largely to Hot Spot and Ram's-horn. Hot Spot "cracks up" the raw gas, converts it into a fine vapor that offers excellent combdstion qualities. Ram's-horn rushes it with a rapidity that is lightning-like to the cylinders, and when the spark plugs perform their function you get power results beyond belief. . " , Not only power, but an amazing freedom from engine knocks, overheated engine, nerve-wracking vibration, uncomfortable friction. Many cars of today, still equipped wifh old-fashioned engines, permit raw gas to ...

Publication Title: Richmond Daily Register
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond daily register. — 19 June 1919

The Da3y:Regster. Richmond Madison .Cr v.ty. Kctfcudq Thursday Afterncnon, June .19, 1919. FEED Scratch and Baby Chix "Watch 'em Grow" Best Quality Feed "F. It GORDON 28 Phones 224 SOCIAL AND PERSONAL 'ere Clickenger. . !iss Maree Mvers. dauehtef of ,f. and Mrs. S. S. Myers of this who has been a teacher in the n anhnnla of Pj-llimhllS Ohio. lluT" lithe past five years, was married that i-t lflcf 'I'hllrfinflTT. J11T1A. 1Z. Ull fc. H . J J 1 Mr. John Washington Clickenger, Jo or Columbus. Mr. Jjucxenger de a notable rtcord in athletics kile a student in Ohio State Univer ty, and had just returned from over hs. He was a member of the 324th Artillerv. A. E. P- which did CVi pffwiw -work - durinsr the last feeks of the war. He was decorated Jr bravery and, endurance and his fcffrti-ir olcst VAAil7A1 fill A TlprSOTlRl I.VWr.J X" lYimoTidntinTi n-f OpTiArfll Pershinor. It La this huttArv which fired the last tots of the great world war. After he armistice had been announced at an m Nov. ...

Publication Title: Richmond Daily Register
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond daily register. — 19 June 1919

Yi ; r 1 i&frrf The Daily Register, Richmond. Madison County, Ky. Thursday Afternoon, June 19, 1919. i. . ; t ,1- , , I 111 A SPECIAL SHOWING NEW VOILES : ! AND- " : 'ORGANDIES FOR THE SUMMER TRADE ALL THE LATEST SHADES AND PATTERNS McKEE'S DELINEATORS FOR Jl)LY ARE HERE GET YOURS ' COLORED COLUMN (J. W. CObb) There will be a big- picnic on Julv 4th, at Mat Willis' in Moberly ' Every body Invited to come. There will be dances and music; admission 10 cents at the sate, night and day; nice be havior assured and a good time for ev eryone. Come and enjoy yourself and see your friends from everywhere. lp FOR SALE A farm of 25. acres near Livingston; S acres in corn: 1-2 acre In tobacco: 12 acre in melons: small house; 15 acres in ttmtier; price $600. J. W. McNeUy. Withers. Ky. , 170 2p FOR SALE I have a Milwaukee bin der only cut 60 acres oats god as; new; will sell for $150. l'hone-480 Rich mond Ky. , t if 6p HAIL DOES DAMAGE IN : ; MENALUS PIKE SECTION ' , Menalus Pike, June 19 Qui...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond daily register. — 20 June 1919

f I. The V Established 1865 53a Year-r-No. 172" Richmond, Madison County, Kentucky, Friday Afternoon June 20, 1919 Single Copylwents AS CONFLICTING REPORTS FROM GERMANY One Message Says Hun Congress Will Sign and Cabinet Is Over turnedLater One Denies It . " .(By Associated Press) Paris, June 20 All reports con cerning changes in the German cabinet are premature, says an official German wireless sent from Nauen this afternoon. The message adds the national assem bly failed to get a majority of its members to favor signing ; the peace treaty. ' ' . ' This Says Peace Is Sure " London, ' Tune 20 Bulletin V Signing of the peace treaty by f Germany, according to a Copen- nagen nspatcn, quoting auvices from Weimar, is as certain as' H the signatures had already been put on the document ' An Earlier Report (By Associated Press) London,' June 20 According to a Paris dispatch the German na" tional assembly at Weimar has accepted the peace treaty. If the German national assem bly has accepted...

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. — 20 June 1919

' mm V-ntm- T,vtr- rnn felt vrtn uchn hava haA fho "fin" That E:::::'::i: ill mil XV ' IfTl 11U TVIA A(A JVM. . ills Hie Dafly Register, Richmond, Madison County, Ky. Friday Afternoon, June 20, 1919 Eicbmonr )aOy" Resist 1. 91, SAt'FLE., Editor and Proptirtt,. Entered at tne postofice in Richmond 3 second class mail matter under Act Xiongress of 1S7C.. . Tou know hovr you felt you who have had the -Vtiasiiy tired feeling. You are "all in" after the least exertion. y JL' -a Just seems as if you cannot get your strength hatjk. "Weeks - and months sometimes have gone by till you 'wonder if you are ever going to get well again. : ' That is because you have not been drinking Devonia, the American Mediojiial Mineral "Water. Really wonderful are the reports that have coma to us entirely unsolicited of the way Devonia has helped pedple after the 'flu." ;i;2liTid itself of the poisons left by the "flu." It tones up your system .ji'.iV'. and very quickly vou find yourself looking better and f...

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. — 20 June 1919

The Da2y Register. JKchmon y, jUacBson G ity , Kenrjck) Friday Afternoon, June 20, 191 9 " ' " " " ' : - - -, ! " ', iBM-uargaaaia inri'i uMiatnii iiiiihtim i-iti ii raaiMMMaMjsaaaaaJ H. GORDON kPhonss 224 FEED th and Baby Chix ch 'em Grow" Quality Feed AND PERSONAL J v 1 tcalf. ford Journal said Tuesday: aiiou entertained a party Hotel Acey Sunday m Alice Metcalf, of Pine- he guest of Miss Lissa Die guests were .Misses letcalf, Mary Moore Ra fery Elizabeth McKinney, ry Reinhart and James Eeinhart and Mr. Coop i recently returned from were glad to be here Hends. The party was a pie airair. SOF FERING HOLE YEAR t Was Mae Well fey rinkham s Vetf- Lle Compound. as." I was a constant suf- f emale trouble for about a year. I had pains in back and stomach, in fact all over me, andwai all rundown. A f ri snc of mine was cured of the same trocV-Je 1 y Lycia E. Pinklvu:t's Ncg-eta-ble Compound. I took it s;:d it gave me health and strenjrt.il r.-.imade a new v. crzun of me. I cannot praise y...

Publication Title: Richmond Daily Register
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Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond daily register. — 20 June 1919

The Daily Register, Richmond, Madison County, Ky. Friday Afternoon, June 20. 1919 . . i ii uiic nail . ' 0ilL ne iAR LOAD LOTS coal delivered in car load lots at i Madison county, July to December J you one ton or a hundred tons. :al and at lower prices than any oth Better order now arid be sure of Jy. Delay means advance in price. :e coal and put in your order. Save : SUPPLY COMPANY, Inc. t . Phones 51 and 319 " : .vn. . CincL -s I, -Cattle 100; steady'; both 30; 50c low s $17.25 and rJ . .3 itteady ; Chic- :r; cattle dull; i OWt". Boze Is Not a Good Core Wh& a man comes to you all doubled up with pain and declares be will die in your presence unless von procure him a drink of whiskey, send him to a doctor or else give him t dose of Chamberlain's Colic and Diar rhoea Remedy. There is a mistaken notion among a whole lot of Deonle that booze is the best remedy for vuiu; auu auinuicn acne. Jesse Risk is at home from Akron, umo, Miss Reba Miller is in Louisville. Mr. and Mrs. N. R....

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. — 21 June 1919

Si W W k H ft. XV STEM' u ' s)C, -i-C.. 1.,? Richmond, Madison County, Kentucky, Saturday Afternoon, June 21, 1919 Single Copy 5 Cents' HUNS ASKING MOByUESTIONS New Regime . Want To Get In League At Once and To Save Kaiser If They Can. ' Hot Weather Next Week , (By Associated Press) - Washington, June 21 The week's weather - predictions for Ohio Valley and Tennessee is oc casional, local . thunder storms first half; generally fair second half ; temperatures above normal. (By Associated Press) ' j Berlin, Friday, June 20 Math- ias Erzberger, mentioned as the probale head of the new German peace delegation is reported to have sent a note to Clemenceau as president of the peace conference asking whether the allies will agree to immediate admission of Germany to the League of Na tions. He also desires' to know if the powers will consent to limit ing Germany's ' indemnity to a hundred billion gold marks and renounce all efforts to have the j former Kaiser surrendered. The note does not s...

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. — 21 June 1919

;iv Register! Richmo i, iViadison County, Kentucky, Saturday Afternoon, Juried 1 , ; 1 9 1 9 nt it - ... 2S - ectof 1 '. racing tanforf 's - ' sn J 51 8 - i - I w3 re is; i stre - ' ',-vj Akrci Chic" 4 Si ' rvi2-"i..vr-r , tRAllE MARK The C-itu of GOODRICH "gage in the business of cleaning or. dying clothes, five dollars per year, . v ; 18. Dentists Each person who en- Editor Mil' Prpn-or j-jjages 'in the practice of . dentistry, ; ' ten- fJOiiars-per year. . , entered at tiie pustonice-l i.tnp.. -.a nivciTs, 'roim who n. I n .-ecoiici cla mail matter uua-.-r . j. . .y"- v - , t f .Oouaiess of 181? - - ... - r gages in.- the' practice of - medicine, 1 1 sulgery, osteopotny, ci cmro-practxe, f - tea (ii.ais per .- '20; "Dry goods stores Tq- engage rff yenf. i t nmil fput fir;yLy.-.-....'2 '! -'..i iu..uth8 hy loail out of city ti.Ju ( janih ly tiia.ii out fit ttty Sl-'j1 -a city, t.v .carrier. osr. wck - ;1" Hr. iUnnoMiinn nf ft store for the re- ' ".giff gtrWuy.iffi taft -'sale of d...

Publication Title: Richmond Daily Register
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond daily register. — 21 June 1919

Daily Re&iatei, Richmond, Madison County, Saturday "Afternoon;- June 2 1 ,nJ 9 1 9 FEED -Scratch and Baby Chix "Watch rcm Grow" C Best Quality Feed F.H. GORDON 28 Phones' 224 )CIAL AND PERSONAL Inic for Guests : lliss Ethel Dean Masters enter- led for her Ernests, with a picnic the country Thursday afternoon. out twenty nve responaea to tne Statinon. A delicious .lunch was red and the guests had a most de jitful outing. . .-' dock Dinner iiw.H. jn moDeny entertained h an elaborate six o'clock dinner krsday evening in honor . of the se guests of Mrs. T. A. Campbell, s. Frank Campbell and - Mrs. pes and children, of Logan, West Sinia. 'he Stanford Journal says: Mrs. Rockwell Smith will attend the thmond Normal school this summer preparation for her work as teach- f Domestic Science-in the Stan- High school. "' - EXTRA TEST for accurate ipeond . Dr. C S Holton and Mrs. Holton are in Chicago. ' ' , -" Miss Jeanetter Pates spent. Wed1 nesday in Frankfort. ' Miss Mary . Alice Tudor 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. — 21 June 1919

4 ' Daily Registei , Richmond, Madison County, Saturday " Afternoon", June 21,919 -A " FEED . a Scratch and Baby Cfcix "Watch 'era Grow" ; Best Quality FWd ; F.H. GORDON 28 Phones' 224 LOCIAL AND PERSONAL nic for Guests : Lliss Ethel Dean Masters enter hed for her guests, with a picnic the country Thursday aiternoon. Vut twenty five responded to the ptatinon. A delicious .rancn :was Seed and the guests had a most de fctful outing. v S. N Moberly entertained- h an elaborate six o'clock dinner hrsday evening in honor . of the se guests of Mrs. T. A. Campbell, s. Frank Campbell and Mrs. tes and children, of Logan, West ginia. he Stanford Journal says: Mrs. fflockwell Smith will attend the jhmond Normal school this summer preparation for her work -as teach jof Domestic Science-in the Stan fa High school. i ; $ EXTRA TEST .: SCENE XTRA - TESTED means extra miles toeveryuser f Racine Tires. ' Each, of the many extra tests adds definite extra value.! . : M Racine i'-Multi-Mile Cord Here is...

Publication Title: Richmond Daily Register
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond daily register. — 21 June 1919

Richmond, Madison County, Saturday Afternoon, June 21, 1919 13 be b f" i tanforc JUchma '- S;; X :hest$f aris ynthiar f.'imout cinna Wl jJfl nueu t Is, w. e stre COAL IN GAR LOAD LOTS Best 4 inch block coal delivered, in car load lots at any R. R. Station in Madison county, July to December shipment. Will sell you one ton or a hundred tons. We sell better coal and at lower prices than any oth ers in the county. Better order now and be sure of next winter's supply. Delay means advance in price. Come and see the coal and put in your order. Save the retailer's charges. UNION SUPPLY COMPANY, Inc. Green Clay, Agent . Phones 5 1 and 31 9 UNITED STATES RAILROAD ADMINISTRATION Director General of Railroads Louisville & Nashville R. R. Commencing on Jane 15th, Additional Sunday Train Service wul be operated as follows: Northbound 5 :00 am Leave Stanford 6:38 am Leave Richmond 7 -27 Leave Winchester 8 :05 am Arrive Paris" . 8 :40 am Arrive Cynthiana 9 :25 am Arrive Falmouth 10 :50 am Arri...

Publication Title: Richmond Daily Register
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond daily register. — 23 June 1919

: r. 1 t r Established 1865 53d Year No; 174 Richmond, Madison County, Kentucky, Monday Afternoon, June 23, 1919 Single Copy 5 Cents 9t HUNS m SIGN UNCONDITIONALLY MANY ARE KILLED ' . S. A. DRIVE MAKES PROMINENT ELK GOES TO HIS REWARD DEATH CLAIMS MRS. BYRON JUETT FAMOUS BAND ; IN CYCLONE SPLENDID START Allies Refuse Request For More Time Italian Delegates Au thorized To Sign For Italy .(By Associated Press) Fergus Falls, Minn., June 23- Between 60 and 70 persons were killed and more , than a hundred badly injured, by a tornado which Paris, June 23--The German government at Weimar formally I l?!e s.mmirl n iiMllinmtDCe ' ! til IS district, late yesterday. Thirty eight, bodies have been recovered. tore to pieces a large section of rnmmiiniratpH a willineTiess to -ii.y, uiuuuu.g iuc sign the peace treaty uncondition ally, it was announced at 'the French Foreign Office this after noon. The day and hour for for mally signing the treaty is uncer tain. - It may take place Tuesday, but mor...

Publication Title: Richmond Daily Register
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond daily register. — 23 June 1919

The fJv Register. Richmovj, Madison Coimty, Monday "Afternoon, June 23, 1919 1 1 ' 1 I- L - ' Richmond laily Register Entervd at toe poatofflc la Richmond aecoad elaaa nail natter uadar Act of Congr of 17. - rniiaifii'nin Pt.m. rmtl Wt-SKy SIM Ms teoatha binMl Mot of dtc llM n city, or camr.-jc wm On moU br MUlxL ataeriBtloM tnjtAiUr 'Makl faaoa to all and paoer will bo Mopped Ml rbmcili AlTNOtTHTCEMEKCTS The Daily Register i" authorised to announce the following candidates for the Democratic Primary, Aug-ust.,2, actio vr"t:he 191ft: subject to the action-of the Democratic party and the special erection, to be held August 2 191,n the fighth Cob- gTesaionai v'Ci: J'-m iCHAKLES A, of Mercer County The wdrlc 'rajsrainoney for the Home Service Ftfn'd 1 1 of .th oaivaiion nrmy or mnenca, y means- of which the 2 fArmy1 ? will continue its World amohg i' the poor, outcast fallen and abandon ed ni th? bici$ij and Relieve the wants- of suffering children due to poverty which they haye been i...

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