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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond daily register. — 21 January 1920

p.: &BD DJTMON B EstablisRed 1 865 55th Year No. 1 8 Richmond, Madison County, - Kentucky Wednesday Afternoon, January 2 1 , 1 920 Price Five Cents .REGIS Mm o o ASKS MORROW TO . NAME USELESS JOBS Resolution In State Senate Calls For Information But Ed Sidesteps Legislature " Frankort, Ky., January 21 Gov-' "ernor Edwin P. Morrow was called up on,, in a resolution offered in the Sen ate Tuesday by Senator Haynes Car ter, a Democrat, to point out, without delay, the 314 "useless offices" he spoke of so frequently during the re cent campaign. "An immediate passage of the re solution, under a suspension of rules, Was urged by Senator Carter, but Senator Robert Antle, Republican ob jected and moved that the resolution be referred to the Committee on Exe cutive Affairs. This was done. .' When Governor Morrow was tpld of the resolution 'of Senator Carter, he said: "If the Democrats will only their eyes on outgoning officers they keep their eyes on outgoing. 'officers they will see tha...

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 January 1920

is .; v v. .. , . . .-. '',',. ..... - . - .... , . .. ' . ; . .w m: sjAPim. Editor Wa rgttgw 'Tit' . Ml 'if "'Ty;J 1 ' " " " i..h.-.,. I, V, - - . M ..J, - . .- a . -vr- .: 7.' - i - :'s r? . W ii.. '- - c :v r eiia -aon-t worry t about the c6al shortage ; , i'EDITOR ED SHUStTICltQUSi i KdvDJi Shinnick. 'edftor I'at -Silislbyyijic ..Record a'AStK secretary 01 tne states Boam.or- Con -. :. ' ' ' . ' '; " : .V BeckKam OnTHe Job' : Senator J. C. W. Beckham has begun a1 sieee. to block the nom ination of JameB;"Kr. AValliams to be- postmaster ?o fihc .Senator's .Kome'cfh Fr:jw1iD'rt.v. ,,There- :iecto'n :oi 1 r; , v:: Jy -the"' 10 v & Hi Lexingtoi:, Kentucky afcteria- 1 1 I r Make ib to maintaitt.ljie hj and mli0ia 'it- 4. pbsftriaster-xis rie is second. on tie cflijgfiblciist " It hasren'thfc cus iioni ; for. vears fof a Senator" tri naine tHe; postmaster in his 'home rown, jdux some people seem to The man, who loves a dog and, Jpipe, has two staunch friends - ithat nevec fail him...

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. — 21 January 1920

'-.. .....' . ; v - . .'V .. t . ' . ;.; . .' , -. . . . : : it y. ' ;. : y-n.- 'v.; ,: ' " ' . ', '. "'!.. . . V. ihciviC,Mond Daily Kegister, Richmond ftfccfilkm Gjunjfr ' Fage 'lhree FOX JR.'S FAMOUS' STOhIK OFrKBNTUCKY J Thursday, VJanuary 22 ijS1' ax Hfi' ' ' - J B I A ' . . . ' ... i - , 1 . . . . ... 1 .7 . . . Prpe: Main ficor $116$ $1.10i Balcony 85t art 4 55c. 3it$ on Alhkmbfa Ojrtta'HoUi - in aa- Jm a Mil PM.Ptii Kiii.L m - 1 f 11.11 vrr 1 ivir;i - 1 r it . m iti' mm 11.11 m v & - ir po - . . T rt 1 Hi 11. 1 1 1 n 1 1 m ----- - -1r 11 11 a : - h : i : : , ' "v: i i i i i rrTTi f-i'i V i i ii j i .VI v r . i - .'V !'7VI 'i 1. 'i a'-:- " I ALHAMBRA MATINEE AND NIGHT THURSDAY-' , ; PRICES 20c, 30c 1 1 r'. .ft in fjl: BRAT" A WONDEilFlilii Sf AR A WONbEftFljlPICTUR& -j TKitiviA naiuiu. ritiuKca 1' r'v-H- i REEli CdMEDY AND '. . V TOPICS fe THE 1DAY ALSO -. : - - - v ' ... j.v HEAR THE DERSOPJ MUSICAL FIVE " THEY'RE GREAT J I First Lyceum Attraction This Year MR I Ml! ...

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 January 1920

m ' . V . V Jr .v. . I - i.. .-'. Yv ! - ' Pars , The Richmond Daily Register Richmond. Madison County; nesday Aftfaoon, January 21, 1920 -.;r; ' ' ...'.7 -A A t ; 31 I i i f -v 1 i i . - - J i . i - I a f 9 & e K . . St J e w : - a u . f IN epKTANT USE BY jpflYICIANS EVERY DAY Mc!mI V!i U S. S. S. I. Fully Almost mene kwjiin ailment can be traced, one. way ' another, to impuritl ' H-'U So" you cannot - crtf1 V J impor tance of .joor ircuUtun built m; o t6at .OfC eart will be constantly $Bfrifif fjcfcV red, , I.ifef giving Vfooi ,to : n farts of the; ysteni ;Anx.tibtdiOfder or im purity that cfpi Into the blood is a source 6f nsrer, for eyery vital organ 6f the body depends upon the blood ippply to properly.per form fts ,naetiohi.. It. is , quite true that practically every one is equally exposed -to the attacks of disease". Yoo are just as liable to be attacked as the man or -woman sitting next to yon on the street car. It all depends upon the con dition" of youf blood. . If it...

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. — 21 January 1920

Hie Richmond Daily Register Richmond, Madison County, Wednesday Afternoon, January 21, 1920 Page Five O Fam o us jflMarvielo us Motor m Thousands . I Choose The Dispatch 1V1 "ANY admirers of the Chandler Six choose the Chandler Dispatch: For two years this model has outsold all other cars of the so-cialled sport type. Its pppylarity is one of the high spots in motordom. TfieYnevf i$cfries Dispatch is a snappy, handsome car, seating four adults in perfect comfort. It is of most eautlful. design and finish; mounted on the standard Chandler Chassis, famous for its mechanical excellence. You are asked to pay much more for cars which might perhaps be compared with the Chandler. And cheap cars sell for but little less. SIX SPLENDID BODY TYPES Scvcn-Passcngcr Touring Car, S1S95 Four-Passenger Roadster, S1S9S Four-Passenger Dispctch Car, S1975 Seven-Passenger Sedan, S2S9S Four-Passenger Coupe, $2795 Limousine, S339S v All prices f. o. b. Cleveland) LUXOR G Incorpoiatcd CHANDLER MOTOR CAR CO...

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. — 21 January 1920

Page Six m is? . f ' - IP? i 8 'J, .4 The Richmond Daily Register Richmond. Madison County, Wednesday Afternoon, January 2 1 , i 920 ' jJ.i.eSTN.,ifr-. -- -itmin-Mi inriYriii JV Fred Davison Joe Bender , ........ ... m B3ea' n Bras inasr h Hia isirsr ir&i3W5 ir 6a rvs3? wrv a1 y ' Incorporated is the answer to one of the needs in the development of present Richmond business opportunities. It not only comes from j. i j ?n ai t . t i i a.nd JVLadison county as a real sign of progress.that kind of progress that will snortly characterize Richmond as the one live town of Ky., the home of a greater number of -live and awake business enterprises as compared to any other town double her size in the Blue Grass region. We come to Richmond and county patrons not as strangers but well known to all and as young men with worthy ambitions, and wnl endeavor to get your patronage strictly on our merits of value received and service rendered, We ex pect to render our town and county a real servic...

Publication Title: Richmond Daily Register
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond daily register. — 21 January 1920

r . The Richmond Daily Register Richmond,Madisofe County,Wednesday Afternoon, January 21 , 1 920 Page Seven Hi V ii 1 U -Ba IilI! ! Ili " aB,EB hf' -"1 Q" iL;!L 0- Our entire? stock will be offered in this Clearance Sale at prices that are positively lower thsis the wholesale prices today of the same goods. Men cf experience in the manufacture of various raw materials, such as Cotton Goods, Silks, Etc., tell us that the crest of high prices has nJbeen reached, and with the present high cost of raw materials and labor, the next twelve months will see no relief. So with conditions as they are today you can see that it is to your advance to buy your needs now. We are going to make this sale the biggest in the history of this store if good nierchamdise and right prices will do it, and we urge you to be here SATURDAlJanuary 10th., when thousands of dollars worth of merchandise in all the best goods in every department goes on sale. ' - & aa me nest gooas in every department goes on s...

Publication Title: Richmond Daily Register
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond daily register. — 21 January 1920

.v;v t - - ' I -4 ft.'----.-'.' r : V '... r e- :. v.- v.i i J . I,". tm'SdV.Vl'f -'.'i ". -1'A- ' j.TV-V3T'' ' .- rA. v , . Page Eight fKe HicHmon'd Daily Register, Richmond Macfison County, Wednesday Afternoon, January 21 , 1920 r THE UN I VH H SAL CAR Buy Now While Deliveries Are Possible Buy your Ford car now while deliveries are possible. There is only a limited, specified number of Ford cars' allotted to this territory.4 You will be wise to buy one now while we can get cars to deliver- A signed , order with us. is your pro tection. Even our small alltoment of Ford cars is not shipped us until we- have bona-fide orders for them. This is because the demand for Ford cars all over the country is greater than the supply or production. So, don't depend on spring delivery. Only so many Ford cars will be shipped into this territory ; onlv so many will be able to get Ford cars. If you would be. forehanded and plan ahead, you will have us deliver you a . Ford car as soon as possible. Th...

Publication Title: Richmond Daily Register
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond daily register. — 23 January 1920

B Established 1865 55th Year No. 20. Richmond, Madison County, Kentucky Friday Afternoon, January 23, 1 920 , Price Five Cents SLEET STORM HITS BUSINESS HARD ANTI-RED CRUSADE MEETS APPROVAL FOUND ANCIENT DUELLING PISTOLS HIGH GOURT SUSTAINS JUDGE SHACKELFORD Poster Tells Dramatic Story LEGION TO START MEMBERSHIP DRIVE Madison Post Is Called To Meet At Court House Here Jan. 31st, To Take Action 3 - 4 V o Wires Down All Over Central Kentucky and Damage May Aroount To $250,000 The sleet and ice storm --which had almost all business at a stand still Thursday and part of Friday didn't last long though it was rough while it lasted. Heavy rain Thursday night and Friday with a slight rise in tem perature melted the ice off the trees and pavements, and restor ed appearances to normal some what, and enabled troublemen to get to work on the wires of light, power and 'phones which are down all over this section of the country. Many people did not realize just what the lighting and power and pho...

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. — 23 January 1920

t . : 'i v. , .uumtuuu Atuiouu uiiiy vf riaay Atternoon January 21, 1 90 o.o.o.op.o.o.o.o.o o pjao O OO O O O O O O O O O O O O OOOOOOOO O O Ol o o JEN o TO Famous South' $ea Belies Are Now a Drunken, Degraded o "I&i ' I SPELLS DSITII OF ft -::-) nm-- m v. perfegot o o o o o LIVE lir. Atl AILUO - EDEN r j . . -rffi itw jt -i. mi t r- f 1 1 rii i i i rn h-mi- ip i . 11 i r. V3 Never in the world were there dough nuts like Calumet doughnuts. In no otners will you find that toothsome, tender goodness It's'the same with all bakings. "' - R-Vi. H.'-,'..ffc ft.;'-;; 5 j-vS,"1 .mm IIP f5J mmsmm i Never tough soggy bitter. Never anything but the very best light, flaky, wholesome good to eat and good for you, because this 30 year favorite of leaveners is absolutely pure in both can and baking; Leaves no harmful residue. : Contains only such in gredients as have been officially approved by . United States Food Authorities. r . " : . Made in the largest, cleanest, most modern Baking Powder...

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. — 23 January 1920

Hie RicKmond Daily RegssteiKchmonA Madison County, Friday Afternoon, January 23 1 920 Page Three' m ALHAMBRA : OPERA HOUSE ? 72 Pricei 20c and 30c !; VJ- SATURDAY : 2 . . By Augusta Thomas. ; A tory o fa "gentleman" who -was a cad; of an vncouth sheriff, who was a 'prince;" and of a girl who was taught by bitter adrenture to know the truth. , ni PEARL WHITE in The BLACK SECRET, and a Mutt and Jeff Comedy. Don't fail to hear the Herson Musical Ffcre. They play tne best : mnste you erer heard. Here aU next week by popular demand. Mother! Teach the Children Their Daily Health Duty You can't fee too 5 r ftlEW children find pleasure in 'tv the things most vital to their 5T physical comfort and health, aoJt tests with the watchful moth , er to set! that they are done. The 'child will be grateful in after years. ' Chief among the functions jiecessary to the upbuilding of the little body, so that it will not be a. "dyspeptic, constipated body when it matures, 'is elimination regu ' farjy ev...

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 January 1920

Page Four Hie rucimiond Daily Register, Richmond Madison County, Friday Afternoon, January 23, 1 920 A WORD FROM THE MERCHANTS TO THE HOUSEHOLD bleet Vvon tinteriere With Our Delivery Although traffic was seriously handicapped by the sleet and rain Thursday, it.had no ef fect On ouf orders, which were delivered to our customers in plenty of time for dinner. We are determined to please our customers and friends iwith our service, regardless of weather conditions. Let us have your order For Meats and Groceries and we will prove worthy of the consideration. . H. Wells & Co. Corner Second and Irvine Streets 8 M Moonshine On Wane Federal Prohibition Director James II. Combs stated at Lexington this week it was his opinion, to make the illicit whiskey in Kentucky has dimin i?hed since prohibition went into effect. Since December 1, he said, thirty-two stills, with a combined capacity of 1,280. gallons, has been destroyed, and as it is difficult to obtain apparatus for the making of li...

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. — 23 January 1920

fte Hichmond Daily Register, Richmond Madison County, Friday Afternoon, January 23, 1 920 Page Five . - ; Vi .-. 1 Call Phone 110 Call Phone 93 ' . f.T . - , rIn" either case you'll get w. w Eroaddus & Co. and that means a saving '4 on your Coal, Feed, Building Material Service ; .phildren and - Malaria. : Dr. CL? C. Bass of JJew Orleans, the great authority on malaria, says that In this' disea'sfe the dose of quinine for chlldrealess than one year old is one-twentieth of the adult dose, and from one' to fifteen it Is one-tenth oi the adult dose. A Concept of Duty. There are at the present day bot too niany who imagine they have per fectly done their duty,, because they are kind toward their friends, affec tionate to their families, Inoffensive toward the rest of the world. Jlaz-zinL PLUMBING AND HEATING Plans for 1920 Building Will have to be started very soon. Present ; conditions of the shipping, market, produc tion, etc., do not allow for last minute service." Start Today , ...

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. — 23 January 1920

Page Sa The RicKmond Daily Register RicKmond, Madison CpuntytTKursday Afternoon, January 22; 1 920 w mom A coal that burns free; no impurities; easy to start and no ashes, because this coal burns clean. ONE TON WILL MAKE YOU A CUSTOMER fL ) PHONE 80 I' Social . Worm Turns. i An English paper Inveighs against bests and hostesses who look upon their guests as temporary chattels creatures to be disposed of at will, amused, fed, exercised and finally herded to bed, entirely without refer ence to . their own desires. Few of those victims have the courage of Lady Georgina Grey, who on being told by her host, as he bade her good night: "We breakfast at nine," re piled : "Oh, do you? I breakfast at eleven." Boston Transcript. f aC0Td GOT YOU? - FEELING GRIPPY? fr. King's New Discovery ;r soon starts you on the road l to recovery ! ONCE tried, always used. That's a trite expression, but one never more applicable than it Is to Dr. King's New Discovery. : t You will like the prompt, bus!-; nes...

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 January 1920

MliIIM(DMID UM1DLY EstabKshed 1865 55th Year No. 21 Richmond, Madison County, Kentucky Saturday Afternoon, January 24, 1 920 Price Five Cents FACTS COME TO LIGHT IN BIG BOOZE CASE Ohio Men Paid Knebelkamp $35, 000 For 250 Cases From Wathen Distillery . Louisville, Jan. 24 Whisky shipped from the Wathen ware house on Seventh street road, which accompanied the truck seized at Versailles, Ky., January 11, was purchased by Charles Butcher, Covington ; his brother-in-law, Dennis Buckley, and Geo. Renners, Hamilton, Ohio, accord ing to an affidavit made yester day before internal reveue agents at Cincinnati. Butcher, who swore to the affi davit, claims the whisky was pur chased from W. F.Kneblekamp, connected with the Wathen dis tillery ; that Knebelkamp was giv en $35,500 in cash for 250 cases of whisky. A truck carrying 100 cases of whisky was seized at Versailles, January 11th, after the two negro" drivers had opened a case, got drunk and lost their way. The whisky, it is alleged, was ...

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. — 24 January 1920

mo iviumiuuu ucui icgutcx , iviuuaiuuu tAauuoa ojuiu t Saturday; Aiternoon, January 24 1920 ' Whiuond Daily Register', " -tiered at tue poatoFlc In lUchaaoad - 4cnd ciasa mail aaAttsr uadr Act oimau of 1ST - -i r lnt lon uw itrtctlY Cih-ll-td- -Mice to all sod paper will b stepp roHpuy n MioscripuoB m virea. - -..-. "4 - "ft .- A rPFrM,EI!," ""T! 81 1 111 taataaiii iE" i i i. : : : - I Clancy aias . mlTX - TU"0bv f r fK - s - ,? 4 T 1 . Business Men; Read It " Every business man in Rich mond and Madison county should read the article on Merchandis ing" and Advertising by the big gest marchant of South Dakota, and he operates in a very small town, too. He says, that the newspapers are the first and most effective method for real suc cessful advertising, andr that his store spent between $10,000 and SL2,000 la?t year in newspaper ad .vnii'r. V hen you remember ; . t,-.v. n has only about 4,- F LOWE For Every Occasion Call My Lpcal Agent MRS. T. t! COVINGTON Phone 69 L A. FEN NELL L TH...

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. — 24 January 1920

Hie Richmond Dally Registeri3chmoni Madison County, Saturday Afternoon, January 24, 1 92(T Page 111 ALHAMBRA ; - MONDAY ROBT.' WARWICK in "IN MIZZOURAM PEARL WHITE in 'THE BLACK SECRET And The Derson Musical Five Best Dressed Woman In Pictures . . "The Invisible Bond" A story of ate 'Xgkp. brue toi. ine Barriers' and J .a. ; -Pollard a husband who was false, See the comedy. Don't fail to hear the AND Derson ' Musical Five held over society and fashion of Metro- polian life, pictures in scenes of sumjptaoas f&eanty. YouH be mighty gfad yon came. "Smash- . 'OPERA HOUSE for another week by popular de mand. PRICES 20c AND 30c War Tax Included L -f yfvJ I 111 " x I 9 A a Mo - ,v. Cold Weather re Means More Goal Blanton's Famous Wilton Jellico Coal is Pleasing I Everyone- Phone in your order while we have plenty on hand JzZl SB) PHONE 85 DELCO-LIGHT The complete Electric Light and i ( Power Plant power at the touch of a con venient button. "Clean, safe electrict light and Madison Elec...

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. — 24 January 1920

PagiFour Hie Richmond Daily Register Richmond; Madison :&untySaturday Afternoon; January 24, 1 920 Rchmond DaUy Re, g Richmond Daily Register , Automobile Section' ; ' - , 'gg Automtle Section - .P. ft.- 11 l 1 ! 1 1 Paig Chandler; Cleveland your oraer now for Spring delivery NEED A NEW TOP If -your car needs a, new tof or if Uhe curtains need repairing, ; bring itto our shop. Mr. Ed. Mixon, a skilled top maker is in charge of . this deparnient and we guarantee firsf class work. La UXON GARA ANCIENT VINTAGES OF AUTOS APPEAR IN JUBILEE OF FRENCH TOURING CLUB Life, strange to say, Is never ft de sert lin-ar to hliri who has pleat of Ki.i.ii. Boston Tronscrlpt. ' Washing 'Em in z Glass Now. -V What has become of the old-fash ioned belle who used to manicure her teeth with a snuiTstiek? Dallas News. t Kta i if :- Friends have been lost through the giving of advice. Yet our customers tell us thatia good way iorr them to gain new friendships, is to advise the purchase of a Cadillac. L...

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. — 24 January 1920

nZk'. ' Page Five Ihe Richmond Daily Registet flichrnonav Madison- Cpunty,SaturHay Afternoon, January 23, 1 920 Cars-i Trucks Automobile, i lU Accei-ori. Repairing Passenger Cars Trucks J " ' if. ' r It r 1 T ill! : - ;--v ,1 i . . . . i r. THE tJTNI VER SALvCAR .' Buy Now While Deliveries I.-. Si: Are Buy your Ford car now while deliveries are possible. There is only a limited, specified number of Ford cars allotted to this territory. You will be wise to buy one now while we can get cars to deliver. A signed order with us is your pro tection. . - , . '.,.. . ,. , Even our small alltoment of Ford cars is not shipped us until we have bona-fide orders for them. - This is because the demand for Ford cars all over the country is greater than the supply or production. So, don't depend on spring delivery. Only so many Ford cars will be shipped into this territory; only so many will be able to get Ford cars. If you would be forehanded and plan ahead; . you will have us deliver you a Ford c...

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. — 24 January 1920

IKa RicKaicrd P-Hy nc'.cr K-mcsS, tc.:y S:turd:y Afternoon, January 24, 1920 TV ti, i v ship this bundle taSfiUBERT too The Highest Prices Ever Known That's Wfcat You'll Gel from "SIIUBERT" WE WANT 'EM NOW AND WILL PAY THE PRICE TO GET EM I N?IEXTRA LARGE I N?l i.ArG I Nl MEDIUM I N?l SMALL I N9.2 CT TO Vt.'Gt j TP 0 CE TPft TQ AVgffAGt ET TO VEB0t AS TO SI?I CUUTY - MUSKRAT Winter I 6.C0ta 5.001 4.75 to 3.75 j 3iCt3 2.75 1 2i0to 1.751 20 to 150 Fall - j 4.50 to 3.75 j 3.53 to 2.75 2.50 to 2.03 . 1.75 to 1.50 1 1.75 to 125 - - ; ".M-IN.,K; i F-ne. Dark 1 22.C0 to 18.00 1 15.00 23 13.C3 j 11.C0 to 9.C0I 8.00 to 6.501 8.00 to 4.00 Usual Color 15.C3tal2.C3 11X3 to 9.03 819 to 610 6.09 to 5X0 6.00 to 3.00 Pare - ;- 11.00 to 9X9 j 8.C3to 7.09 1 6.09 to 5.00 1 4.50 to 4.09 4i0to 2i0 "RACCOON : Black - 1 13.C0 to 14.00 112.00 to 10.C0 9.C3tO 8.03 1 7.50 to 6.50 7X0 to 4X0 Heavy Furred 12X0 to 10.GO 9X0 to 8X0 7X0 to 6.00 5X0 to 4.50 5X0 to 3.50 Ordinary 9X0 to 8X0 1 7.09 to 6.CQ 5.00 ta 4i...

Publication Title: Richmond Daily Register
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