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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond daily register. — 23 June 1919

The Da3y, Register, Richmond, MacEson Countyj : . Monday Afternoon; June 23, . 1 9 1 9 -Mr.-Hamr Ric-rent TtoiMdaV "Ml Winchester. - m.m Mr. -fid Era EL C. Stockton spent FEEIX Scratch and Baby Chix "Watch 'en Grow' Best Quafity Feed srr T ' F.H. GORDON 28 Phonet224 CIAL AND PERSONAL Vrtained at Dinner rs. C H. Park entertained at din- Saturday for her son, Mr. Harris t-and Mrs.f Park:who hadJustlYork City.-- 'Springs. "Other guests were Mr. Mrs. Clay Park,' of Lexington, and, Mrs. T. . M. Wells and Miss Wells. - i , Li hied iss Nannie Norris and Ruth Den- I entertained a few of their friends lay night at the home of their her, Reynolds on Irvine pike and le present were Misses Eva Per- L Spicy Perkins, Emma" Grant, tie Frost, Dora Carnes, Stella purn, Mossie Winburn, Pearl Iburn, Margaret Kidwell, Georgia tds, Lillian L. Gordon, W. M. Frost rd Frost, Alex English, Walter ke, Jasper Lane, George Foley, us Winburn, Roy Youne. Allen le, Cayton Reynolds, Jesse Poyn- a. Jones, Arnold Tu...

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 June 1919

f 1 . !.' t- - ): it : - I: . TheDaily Register, Richmond, MacKson Guntyt Monday Afternoon June 23r 1919 1 i , ittt 2-1 I 1 . 11. it f '&- '- f ."' hi -. . - ' '. Important Notice . Thursday, June 26th, will be the last dav that I will take new pa tients in Richmond. See me then and arrange - to have your, .foot troubles; t eradicated. : . Dr. J..W. Weber, -Chiropodist. - f s m "Red Men, Attention" . There will be degree work of 10 palefaces next Wednesday sleep, June 25th, also plenty of corn and venison, r Your . presence is" re" quested. CLAUD DEVORE, John E. Sexton, K. of R. Sachem, s m t . A SPECIAL SHOWING ' ' OF NEW VOILES ; AND "' " ORGANDIES FOR THE SUMMER TRADE ALL THE LATEST SHADES AND PATTERNS MeKEE'S DELINEATORS FOR JULY ARE HERE GET YOURS During These Hot Summer Days the problem confronts the housewife as to just what to serve for Breakfast, Dinner and Supper. That's where we wish to assist in suggesting and supplying her needs. In connection with our large stock o...

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. — 24 June 1919

1 I F - if X Established 1865 53d Year No. 175 , Richmond, Madison County Kentucky, Tuesday Afternoon June 24, 1919 Single Copy 5 Cents ' -V.". 7 Jv"'- wm HUI1S WILL SIGN. . TREATY THURSDAY (By Associated Prpu) -Paris, June 24 Herman Muel ' ler, the new German Foreign Minister, will head the German delegation to sign the peace treaty. The Germans' : will pro bably, arrive in Versailles Wed nesday. Premier Qemenceau went to Versailles today to in spect arrangements for the cere" mony of signing the treaty,, which may take place Thursday. - HUNS STILL BEEFING (By Associated Press)- . : Berlin, Monday, Tone 23 Ad' dressing the Germaa national as" sembly at Weimar today, Premier Bauer, in referenoe to.-unconditionally signing the peace treaty, said the "defeated nation was be ing violated body and soul to the horror of the world. Let us sign," he continued, "but it is our hope to the last breath this attempt against our honor may one day recoil against its authors. Tax Commissioners Mee...

Publication Title: Richmond Daily Register
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond daily register. — 24 June 1919

V" 11m Jnv.RHster. Richmw 3,fv1adison CcnmtTcesday AftemoonVjige 24, I 99. V v ... -J 6 ; "95 ' ISl -CatV steady e :00;"5( 1 s $17, teady v cattk 1 - . v' t rectoj I iencint j : . ; it - : ! ' Iwf f 1-' ;.ue is1, ' .'-3, wfj icf. -4 r t Richmond "afly ftegister Am. uviuikt --- Eater atte-otome-bi Riebjooad imil ulw mm lilt dec-Act Coggressof IOTTr" " " -' Six months by .nail, out ol dtjr M-0 You can do better work, you'll be more comfortable, if you provide yourself with a couple of "R & W" summer suits for warm days. These smart health keeping suits are not a luxury, but a real necessity for sum mer comfort. . Xour dealer will show you a wide variety of ex clusive fabrics. PRODUCT OF THE DAYLIGHT SHOPS .Look for the "R & W" label it's your protection. ' It will pay you. MalmtatgmdtmmmtretoBtbtg,troiam. wahtmatitaucw iri ton eat Rosenwald&Weil Clothing Specialties 'CHICAGO ; J. S. STAIIIFER This machine gets right down to business as soon as the power is turned on. It wa...

Publication Title: Richmond Daily Register
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond daily register. — 24 June 1919

- -V "V" The PaHy.Reristgr, fficlj FEED Scratch and Baby Chix "Watch 'en GrW" A A Best QoaEty Feed F.H. GORDON 28 Phones 224 in maae a charming little flower! ' Fo the jceremuni,, the bride wore carried sr bouquet of" sweetpeas and greenstuff. -She is one of- Clark j ' "'km ttiiut'uhiu m county's- prettiest an-most attract? )CIAL AND PERSONAL tif a! Bridge Party .--"- pe of the prettiest parties of. the iner was given Friday afternoon n Mrs. Brutus J. Clay asked her xds to play bridge and meet her ;hter-in-law, Mrs. William Fish itella, of Cleveland, Ohio. The e was beautifully decorated with b of sweet peas and roses and at o'clock the guests assembled and games or bridge were played, arlor and porch being used. T. D. Chenault Jr made the it score. The guests present being Mesdames Eugene Walker, Cobb, L.. ts. wiesenourgn, tiaie S. J. McUaughey, a. ju. Midaie- S. M. Saufley, Allen Zaring, Milliard, Robt. R. Burnam Jr. 1 Burnam,-. Jake Collins. Neale foett, Murray Smith, Geo. W. 5ds...

Publication Title: Richmond Daily Register
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond daily register. — 24 June 1919

-NV -r. .( -fv The Daily Register, Richmond, Madison County. Tuesday Afternoon, June 24, 1919 ? i hmcf : A t. ' ii 1: IMPROVE PUBLIC HIGHWAYS Attention is called to the readers of the Daily Register to act for the im provement of the public highways which appears elsewhere in this issue. Road Commissioner Baxter is desir . ions of beautifying' the highways and byways of this community, and with the co-poeration of public spirited citizens, who adhere to the laws of the Sate .this can be acompliahed. ;: COUNTY CLERK BUYS HOME County Clerk Jennings W. Hanpin, purchased the house where he has been residing on Fourth street; from Miss Margaret Parrisn. It is under stood that he paid $2500 for the place. UNITED STATES RAILROAD ADMINISTRATION Director General of Railroads ' . Louisville & Nashville R;H Commencing on Jane 15th, Additional " Sunday Train Service w31 be operated as follows: Northbound . 5 :00 am Leave Stanford 6 :38 am Leave Richmond 7:27 Leave Winchester 8 :05 am Arrive...

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. — 25 June 1919

m Ji, JU) n tn h y' Established 1865 53d Year No. 176 Richmond, Madison County, - Kentucky, Wednesday Afternoon, June 25, 1919 . Single Copy 5 Cents GOATES TELLS NEED -: OF EDUCATION TODAY Address By E. K. Normal Presi-.- dent Feature At Teachers' '. ' Convention In Louisville The feature ot the meeting of the Kentucky Educational Asso ciation at Louisville today will be the address of President T.' J. Coates', of the Eastern Normal School. ' J The fight over the State Text book Commission promises to de velop into an interesting feature of the annual meeting of Kentuc ky teachers, i State Superinten dent V. O. Gilbert, who is himself a member of the commission, in his speech before the assembly of teachers yesterday morning,' con7 demned the action of the lext- book Commission. He recom f Snended that a new commission be i appointed, composed of the State Board of Education, a member of I the University of Kentucky, a member from each of the State Normal Schools, one city superin t...

Publication Title: Richmond Daily Register
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond daily register. — 25 June 1919

1 1 ;;' I . I ?' MM I A J 5 H t -catrl stsad4 j ' pOO;5CV $17 y -t .It u f steady j J; -: cattle! f A -VTE&j f '. " ! -;rectoi J 3i lencmj 13 be o' $ . tanforV; tichma tester : v - axis" . - ' mthiar. umouti s - Is, WS $ estK1t v 5 I nasi sauford's : L1E8$ME TO, u U0R(iG;l70r.1EfJ Laurel, If iav '.' Eht years ago I M raff erl2ff with pains and weakness f?, i risT" 1 ianaed bv a fem'ala iiiiiiiifiiMiiijijiiiijitropKje. I had head aches, chills and ie irsrt, aadwa unable to do my work Dart fof the time. Lydia E. Pinkham's Vege table Com pound was recommended to me and I took twelve bottles of it. and thy health has been good ever since. 1 am able to run the ma chine and do dress making besides tny housework. You' are at liberty to publish my letter if it will help some poor sneering woman. " lira. J.C Sanfobd, 1237 Second Ave., Laurel, Miss. Thousands of women drag along from day to day in just such a miserable con dition as was Mrs. Sanford, or suffering from displacements, irreg...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond daily register. — 25 June 1919

r I- I The Daily Registers Richmond, Madison Gouqtyy -3 T- FEED Hch and Baby Chix rWalck 'em Grow" Best 6uality Feed F. a GORDON 8 Phones 224 :iAL AND PERSONAL 4ock Dinner ' ; Armer Hisle. was hostess to a six o'clock dinner Monday T, honoring Owen Hisle who t returned from France.. The il appointed table had sweet r its chief decoration and the t edibles of the season were ttractively served. Those who lied- to the invitation were t Georgia and Inez Moberly, and Ella Daniel Cobb, Mary hcille Boggs and guest Miss B,,of Shelbyville, Misses Kelly linnie Qoisenberry, Kathryne ead, Virginiai Emily r and Eliza lisle, - Miss Willie Park and I. E. C. and Lewis Boggs, I Lee Covington, , Robert Grin I Monroe and .Baum McKinney, A. Reeves, James L. Hisle, 6 Baumstark, Russell Coy and Wells. , Cards were enjoyed hours. The prizes awarded the couples making the highest were Miss Minnie yuisen berry Robert Lee Covington. Miss Boggs and Owen Hisle, Miss Boggs and Rudsell Coy. The n was very., muc...

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

Hie Daily Register, Richmond, Madison County, Wdfaesday Afternoon, June 5, 1919 t. r- J J- 1J v. ii rrsi -CatfJ adK U 5 , i'V catt&f I Jthiar!, 3- : 31 i - I: l Ti f ft .- r'; "' ' J f-. .. " : . , i : , ' . Mid Week Prayer Meeting Begolar prayer service at 'First Baptist church this evening 8 "o'clock. Miss Brown and Miss Comstock, will speak on Primary, Junior and in termediate work in the Sunday School splendid meetings, have been held this RICHMOND AUTO STOLEN III PARIS week at Republican, Kingston, Speed well and Berea in the interest of the Sunday schools crowds in attendance, and a great deal of enthusiasm is manifested and they will no doubt be a stimulus to the Sunday '. schools throughout the county. . I BxclusiVeBesifns at U I Jemon&Sbris Diamond II I . rings are exclusive II I inaesign yettheir II j I Cs?fp pricesarenoMjher II I Jr ibim are ofien charged II I I for linos of inferior IS I desiqn and poor Tndananshijx II I SELECTION PACKAGES SENT TO RESPONSIBLE PEO...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond daily register. — 26 June 1919

Established r865-53d Vear EX-GROWN PRIIICE BACK IN GERI1ATIY Allies View Escape of i "Little Willie" From Holland As ' Fraught With Significance v. (By .Associated Press) . - Paris, June 27 Frederick . Wil liam Hohenzollern, : former Ger tnah Crown Prince,- has escaped from Holland and made. his way into Germany. The event has' caused considerable stir in peace conierence circles. ; wnue it is cot felt he is a figure around which the reactionaries and mon archists would gather enthus iastically, nevertheless -the act is regarded as an event of consider able significance in view of the other German recalcitrancy. 1 Kaiser Fleeted Back, Too ' ' " (By Associated Press) , . Washington, June.27rlt be- came known todav That-irovArn- I ment officials" here - recently re I ceived confidential reports that t the former German CrowCPrince land also probably; the former Em- fcperor would ' attempt to? re-enter Oermany- after the teace . treaty was signed. v :: '; ''V- i . ' -i . . i '.' Counte...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond daily register. — 26 June 1919

The TIlv Recisler. Richmtv J, Madison ouitvThursday Afternoon, June 26, 1919 ithiar! i tnoutt :inna! J i r . i Richmond Daily Register Entered at tne poatoSic ta Richmond aecond claaa mail matter mndr Act of Congreaa of W. afcaetstaa Rate, v Per yar. df mall eat or city SI.M eixSaonUia br Mil out of city X.M In city, by carrier, per weelt One nonth by - jiuw wnuu or mail out 01 city ii-u Jc Subscriptions are strictly casta-In -ad-yaace to all and paper will be stopped promptly whea subscription baa ex pired. POLITICAL ANNOUNCEMENTS The Daily Register la authorized to announce the following candidates for nomination subject to the action of the Democratic Primary. August. 2, 1919: Fr. Repreaeatatlve n. (J. mCF T. II. COLLINS For Representative in Congeraa subject to the action of -the Democratic party and the special election to be held August 2 1919. in the Eighth Con gressional Distict: CHARLES A. HARDIN of Mercer County CBESWELL CARSON WRITES lij RUSSIA Mr. and Mrs. Ed Carson have...

Publication Title: Richmond Daily Register
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Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond daily register. — 26 June 1919

) Hie Daily Register, Richmond, Madison County, Thursday Afternoon, June 26, 1919 .-' ''i'i. i FEED - cratch and Baby Chix Watch 'em Grow" Best Quality Feed F. H. GORDON 28 Phones 224 ;iAL AND PERSONAL Partv s Sara Shackelford was hostess, very enjoyable Bridge party, esdav in honor of Mrs. E. C. .ton. Other guests who enjoyed rme. were Mrs. Paul Burnam, i. Waller Bennett, Mrs. J. J. Green- kf. TJrs. T. H. Collins, Mrs. B. L. ton, Mrs. Murray amitn,, Mrs. id Bennett, Mrs. Henry Cosby, 5arl Curtis, Mrs. W. K. Shackel Mrs. L. B. Weisenburgh, Mrs. i Bennett, Misses Mary D, Js, Emma Watts, Marie .Louise for, Ollie Baldwin, Callie Miller lford and Helen Bennett. A bus salad and . ice course was Miss' Mary D. Pickets was a visitor in Lexington . Monday. -' - Mrs. Maggie . Reynolds is visiting tnenos in isichoiasvnie. - Miss- Curtis McKinney left this week to spend the summer in Michi Mrs. J. P. BicknelL of Berea, is the guest of her daughter. Mrs. June Baxter. Mrs. Geoffrey Moriran. of Le...

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. — 26 June 1919

m The Daily Register KcHmond, Madison County, Thursday Afternoon, June 26, 1919 i : 1; i; :tsh Ji i eady j catt&S :m "ectoj' s - wi 7? s$8k .M, 77 m -mm- Banking byMaiL' BIG CROWDS AT 5afe-rPrivateGCeiJvemmtt DOtWSOn by UStnz the Mailman. 'OUT 4 Investment te ntnnntMrf tu. Writ today for information. :rh "Cltlxena" ia the largest Bank In nwana exclusive Indianapolis, and to safely and conservatively managed. eaides being under tt. e. Cavemwnt Citizens National Bank, CVansvilia- m . . at During These Hot Summer Days - the problem confronts the housewife as to just what to serve for Breakfast, Dinner and Supper. That's where we wish to assist in suggesting and supplying her needs. In connection with our large stock of FANCY and STAPI idcEWES; ' GREEN VEGETABLES, and FRUITS we have a sanitary department ' in which we serve those' Juicy Steaks, Roasts, Delicious Breakfast Bacon, Salmon, an J everything tempting to the pal ate. Another thing in your favor is the Saving of a Few Dolla...

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 June 1919

I'- it . . ' , ' id ' ( . - ?- MM Establiira 1 865 53d Year No. 178 . Richmond, Madison County, Kentucky, Friday Afternoon, June 27, 1919, Single Copy 5 Cents . WILSON MAY START Ft- FOR HOME SUNDAY THE MARKETS Cincinnati Hogs 10c higher ; Chicago higher; cattle steady and stronger; lambs' 50c higher. DEATH GOMES TO MRS, MARY RUPARD LITTLE WILLIE DIDN'T . ESCAPE, AFTER ALL (By Associated Press) - .. : Paris', Jnue 27- Arrangements are proceeding for signing the peace treaty at 3 P. M. Saturday. In that event, President Wilson plans to leave Brest immediately After a number of months of afterward, sailing for the United the most intense "suffering, the States at noon Sunday. shadnwv hand of death stilled the President Wilson said goodbye heart and closed the eyelids of .to the American newspaper cor onc Gf Richmond's noble women, respondents this afternoon. Later Mrs Mary Rupard. She sustain- he went to the American head- ed a -fau early iast winter.which quarters to meet -Gen. Pershi...

Publication Title: Richmond Daily Register
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond daily register. — 27 June 1919

SSHllie 'My Remaster; rtidimopiMadi E SPECIAL ONE DAY SALE- WfS SALE STARTS PROMPTLY AT 1 O'CLOCK SATURDAY AFTER- 4 NOON AND CLOSES AT FIVE O'CLOCK . . IL IS Quality Brand ALUMINUM WARE of $2 and $3.50 Value at a Price w-V Lower Than Enamelware 1 Here is an opportunity to secure of of the se useful utensils at a price that challen- II I ges all competition. They are not going to last long at this' price so be on hand 11 I early and not be disappointed. Positively no Aluminum Ware sold before that I f i time. No deliveries. No Telephone orders - : 3 l ' '' I l 1?! ' LOOKl Quality Brand Alm Jl !ilftt:ffVr t. , T"'r"IT is guaranteed to wear for 20 years. If tall -i rf. 'I llllHw J Q"" Paa " '' it fails to give satisfaction we will re- aWQ I jBg g ; ; i 1 1 88 Hg&frrfc i J"iTT" " place it with a new niece. - I wSlf LIFT OFF CORNS! With fingers ! Cbms and cal luses lift off. No pain! Magic! Just drop a little Freezone on that touchy corn, instantly it stops aching, then you lift 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. — 27 June 1919

!.: : Liu The Daily Register, Richmond, Madison County, , Friday Afternoon June 27, 1 919 I it s FEED c Ji Scratch and Baby Chiz "Watch em Grow" Best Quality Feed F.rL GORDON 28 Phones 224 )CIAL AND PERSONAL trtains at Country Club Sss Elizabeth Hanger entertained rsday afternoon with a swimming y and afterwards dinner at the atry Club in honor, of her guest, f Eugenia Herrington of Louis 'deluded in the invitation, were -Arfofarie and Lucia. Bennett. I Marie Langford, Miss Florence lam, Miss Patsy McCord, - Miss y I go, of Richmond, Miss Carolyn Jrorth, Miss Mary VanDeering and ky Burk of Lexington, Mr.- Rol- iBurnam, Mr. William . Hlanton, Wm. Crutcher, Mr. Keed Weisen rh. Mr. Leslie Evans Jr.. and Mr. ps Bosworth, " Mr. Robert - Van- t, William Smith of Lexington, er Best wedding, in which numerous hds here are interested, was that nr. J. Stoller Best, f on of Mr. and L Thomas Best on Woodland hue, who has just returned from kiany, and Miss Ruth Tinder, of ringham, Alabama, a nie...

Publication Title: Richmond Daily Register
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond daily register. — 27 June 1919

' . The Daily Regster, Richmorid, Madison County. Friday Afternoon, June 27, 1 919 - ' " ' ' j Turley's Men" At the River "Turley's Men" of the First Chris tian church are enjoying their annual Fish Fry at Boonesboro today. A dozen cars carried the jolly bunch out to the river, and there are "some doings" going on at the banks of the historic Kentucky. The Fish Fry is looked forward to with much inter est by the members of the big Bible class and always proves a delightful event.- .r THIS WOMAN SAVED FROM AN OPERATION By taking Lydia E. PinkTiam's Vegetable Compound, One of Thousands of Such Cases. Black River Falls, Wis. "As Lydia E Ptokhems Vegetable , Compound savea me irom u operation, I cannot say enough in praise of it. I suffered from organic troubles and my side hurt me so fr"iliillUlillll"ljJjl 1 ! ''feliJilil r ' i I could hardly be up from my bed, and I was unable to do my housework. I had the best doctors in Eau Claire and they wanted me to have an operation, but Lvdia E...

Publication Title: Richmond Daily Register
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond daily register. — 28 June 1919

.i X i. mm STEB, rYC" Established, 1 865 53d Year , -No. 1 79 Richmond, Madison County, Saturday Afternoon, June 28, 1919 Single Copy 5 Cents Wi -,1 -"XT "PEACE ON EARTH; loom TREATY SIGNED AT i: PARIS BY NATIONS WAR IS FORMALLY ENDED Wilson Affixes His Signature At ..' 3:14, Paris Time, Immediately .. After Hon Envoy Have ' (By Associated Press) "Washington, June 28 r The peace treaty ending the war be- tween Germany and 27 other na tions was signed at Versailles to day. ' . The signing was begun at 10:30 Washington time, according to an -official report to the State De partment, which said that Presi dent Wilson affixed his Signature at 3:14, Paris time, and a minute earlier. Dr. Herbert Mueller and Dr. Johannes Bell signed for Ger many. : - - -. t . The treaty was signed in the presence of 400 private , guests, plenipotentiaries, 14 enlisted men from the American, British and French armies. , All were seated when the Ger man delegates entered by the sec ondary, stairway, thus avo...

Publication Title: Richmond Daily Register
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Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond daily register. — 28 June 1919

Richmond Daily Register a. M. RACTLEk, Batter i Entered at toe poatofflca la Richmond as second class mJl attr usder Act . of Congress of .... : Pee-ar. or uU oat or city 81x nrathi bjr mall eat of city IX-M Three months by mall oat of city f LoO In city, by carrier, per weelr lee One atonta by t" " Bubeci Iptlons are etrlctly cash-m-ad-raace to all and paper will be stepped promptly when subscription has ex pired. POLITICAL ANSrOUN'CKMK.VrS The Daily Register Is authorised to announce the following: candidates for nomination subject to the action of the Democratic Primary. August, 2. 1919: Per Representative M. Vi ttior T. H. COLLETS Per Representative la CmrerM subject to the action of the Democratic party and the special election to be held August 2 1919. in the Eighth Con gressional Distict: CHARLES A. HARDIN of Mercer County Speech And Parade Permit An ordinance has been proposed in a certain city council to prohibit street parades and public meetings without a city permit. It ...

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