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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond daily register. — 11 February 1920

Th (Daily "Regs-ist em Established 1865 55th Year No. 36 Richmond, Madison County, Kentucky Wednesday Afternoon, February 1 1 , 1920 Price Five Cents WCKETT IN DEATH CELL AT EDDYVILLE Martial Law May Be Revoked At Lexington Today, and All Is Quiet Again (By Associated Tress) Eddyville, Ky., Feb. 11 Wm. Lockett, heavily guarded by fed eral soldiers, arrived here on a special train from Lexington at 8 o'clock this morning. Squads deployed at intervals along the road from the station to the pris on and in the center of a squad of 30 men, Lockett was marched to the death cell where a special death watch was placed over him to be maintained until he is elec trocuted March 11th. An hour after his arrival, the train with 500 members of the First Divis ion was on its way to Camp Taylor-Left Lexington Last Night Lexington, Feb- 11 Although William Lockett, convicted mur derer of 10-vear-old Geneva Hardman, is safe today in Eddy ville prison, where he is to pay the death penalty for his crime...

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. — 11 February 1920

'A,- j - --VY- - " u c m . . r K V r. !4 U 5 SI at : Sr w 5 M i HI ; F&ge iwo. 3pm "to . Sa " and on- 85 Richmond Daily Register S. M. SAI'FLEV, Kditor and Proprietor Entered at the postofflce in Rich mond as second o'ass mail matter itnrfr-r Act of "Yivrr ss of 187f SnbHoription Hatcn Per hy mail S?3-00 Mx month. Iy jnail $1!.00 Three months by mail $1 One month by mail ....50c In city by carrier, .per week ..IJOrf Subscriptions are strictly cash-hs-adX vance to all and paper wjll be stopped prommK- when subscription: -han'CX--? pired. Of course, mob violence is to be jdepfored; nobody denies thai- i.ne iavi must i.. Hazards.1 But there c.'ems to have !b een a .woeful misunderstand- jingf-'of public , sentiment on the (part of the Circuit Judge of Lex ington, When lie pcunitted the ne gro murderer to be brought back Lexington for trial. A change of venue to Frankfort would un doubtedly -have saved half a doz- : en lives- Changes of venue have een granted in trials on much ess e...

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. — 11 February 1920

Page Three ALHAMBRA MATINEE - OPERA HOUSE NIGHT Prices 20c and 30c, War Tax Inc. The Derson Musical Five here all Week - TONIGHT WM. S. HART in JOHN PETTICOATS" His Greatest Picture. See It! His first false step. A rip-roaring 2 reel Sennett comedy worth seeing. Pathe news weekly also. THURSDAY BESSIE BARRISCALE in v "KITTY KELLY M. D." Topics of the day Prizma nature noctures "Gators." FRIDAY Basil King's Famous Story "THE STREET CALLED STRAIGHT with Naomi Childrers and Wilton Sills V COMING OPERA HOUSE ONE NIGHT ONLY A carload of scenery, thous ands of dollars worth of ward robe; 8 piece orchestra. Prices 55c, 85c, $1.10, $1.65 Get Seab Now- on sale at Alhambra matinee 2 to 4:30 p. m., Opera House 7 to 9:30 Featuring the famous black face comedian Bill Clark star of "Watch Your Step." Ir flWOl. TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 17 58 The Richmond Da3y Register Richmond, Madison County, Wednesday Afternoon, February 11, 1920 192059 58 PEOPLE x - Abraham Lincoln was a man of good judgment and wisdo...

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. — 11 February 1920

J-l'i Page Four' the Kichmt3nd Daily Register,. Bichmopd Madison County, Wednesday Afternoon, February 11, 1920 SURE RELIEF FROM MOREiiEL? FOR STARVING LITTLE ONES ? -! ITCHINGSKIN DISEASES . - X K t t . i 4 i I i I Will Nes-er Ccrme F!rcon Salves, Ointments, or Other Local Treatment. A million gallons of lotions, oint ments, .salves or other iforms of lo cal treatment will not give any -real permanent relief from skin .diseases. Get this fact firmly, in, -your miad, -and -there -is liepe 'for you. If yon have ever been afflicted with eczema, tetter, boils, erup-: lions., or other similar .skin .crita-, lions j-ou can appreciate the retfl terrifying discomfort that comes from these disorders. And what you arc looking- for i$ not merely temporary, palliative xdlief that may cause the -terribUi burning-.and itching to r,bate for awhile, but real genuine relief that .shakes -off the shackles of the disease, ,and tf-e- stores the skin to its former healthy condition. follow tl:c teachin...

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. — 11 February 1920

I,- The Rauxond Daily Register, Richmond Madison County, .Wednesday Afternoon, February "IT, '1 920 Page Ehp FORMER LOCAL MAN v HONORED BY G. A. R. at. i - i s i it 2 ? -I t a ; I !? SI; 15 If; M ! ! I S . i S S SI I I. I -I 1 1 1 t It i i I I) i i s t i I . 11 o 7 SU s t ' i i : -.. i I 4 Mi V 3s n f t S. I. f j o in II i in II Is1' i --- r 7 t i i r t I i X O i- t i 5 j i i i laiio. FOR THE NEXT TEN DAYS IS-- STARTING THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 12th . j v We have several used pianos and organs which we will throw into: a T big ba'rgain sale, and give, the op portunity to the people" of ' this and surrounding courr ' ties to purchase a splendid instrument, at a big saving. - ., Our, list includef: - i' 'VVJ I i 1 I . I : 1 1 . ' ( - ' 1 T. 1 Ellington Upright piano in oak case "-' - 1 Opera piano, manufactured by Peek ;& Son, N. Y. 1 Hamilton organ 1 Estes organ . . We will also have a number of other pianos and prgansTwhich we have taken;iri; as part, ipymeiif lik - new pianb players....

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. — 11 February 1920

Page Six fh'e Richmond Daily Rtpstet RicKmon'd. Madison County . Wednesday Afternoon, February 11, 1920 l.v j Clover - Timothy - - 99.65 per Why sow anything but the Heavy White Seed F, Hard to Believe. A good Arabian horse can ranter In the desert for twenty-four hours In summer and forty-eight In winter without drinking. HOW 10 GET RIB P U OF YOULCd! TEd ouickvvrar ;:i;?t6;r.usift ; Dr. King's New Discovery DONT put off tintll tonight what you can do ' today. Step Into your druggist's and buy A bottle of Dr. Klnsfr New Discov ery. Start taking It at once. By the time you reach home you'll be on the way to recovery. This standard family friend has been breaking colds, coughs, grippe attacks, and. croup for more than fifty years. It's used wherever sure fire relief is appreciated. Children and grownups alike can use it there is no disagreeable after-effect. Your drngrlgt has It. 60c and $1.20 bottles, (Jive It a trial. Bowels Begging for Help I ance r now careieca iu Bimi uiwro thin...

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. — 12 February 1920

RICHMOND i '. i - ' . , . . . ... - - . ' ! I I r. 1 3 Established 1865 55th Year No. 37 Richmond, Madison County, Kentucky j Thursday Afternoon, February 1 2 1920 y Price Five Cent o f - J o s o HOUSE INCREASES AUDITOR'S SALARY By Change In Fire Marshal Law, Over Protest of Democratic Members Frankfort, Ky., February 12 If the Senate approves a bill, passed Wed nesday by the House of Representa tives by a voto of 70 to 17, Stat 2 Audi tor John J. Craig, of Covington, will assume the duties of State Fire Mar shal and Superintendent of Fire In surance Rates. The bill authorizes Craig to employ such deputies and assistants . as he -may find to be necessary to execute the provisions of the act, the salaries and expenses not to exceed one halx of 1 per cent of the gross premiums lecu'ved by all foreign-stock fire in surance companies, which sum the companies must pay ot the Auditor or or before March 1 each year. Under the present law fire insur ance companies pay one half of 1 per cent...

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. — 12 February 1920

ihe riicnmond Daily Register, Richmond Madison County, -Thursday AfternoonFebruary 12, 1920 5 CD i J DELIVERED TO ANY. PART OF THE COUNTY PROMPTLY. WE SELL THE CELEBRATED 11 JeSlioo Coal THERE'S NONE BETTER. IF THERE WAS WE WOULD LJ Su ' iNG IT BLAN TON TELEPHONE 85 FARMER 5 S"' your eggs chickeii hides and junk to the largest sKppers and dealers in Madison county. We always pay the highest mark?? jice. Are paying to day, February 12th, for Eggs J 39c Hens and Springers 28c Old Roosters ; 15c Ducks 25c Geese 18c No. 1 Horse Hides 10.00 No. 2 Horsr Hides $ 9.00 Small and Damaged at worth Sheep Skins 25c to $2 Iron 75 cwt. 'Regs 3c lb. Prices as above good for this day and date only. Look for our ad daily in this paper and get our prices before selling. It is money in your pocket. We make the market. Others follow, when they can. Will call for chickens in large lots at your door. RENAKER POULTRY CO. Phone 132 and 363 Richmond Daily Register! S. M. SAl'FLEY, Editor and Proprietor Knter...

Publication Title: Richmond Daily Register
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond daily register. — 12 February 1920

VI Hie Richmond Daily Register Richmond, Madison County, Thursday Afternoon, February 12, 1920 PageThree ALHAMBRA - MATINEE ' OPERA HOUSE NIGHT TONIGHT BESSIE BARRISCALE in - "KITTY KELLY M. D." Topics of the day Prizma nature nictures "Gators." v FRIDAY, ' . Basil King's Famous Story "THSi STREET CALLED : STRAIGHT" with Naomr Childrers and Wilton" Sills SATURDAY j CHARLES RAY in "CROOKED STRAIGHT" I ? Black Secret " No. 9 "A Glutton for Punishment" Prices 20c and 30c, War Tax Inc. fhe Derson Musical Five here all Week . tr 1 A V Ybiir Heallh and The Children's sKould cause you to- investigate tKe merits of r this -table bevera POSTUM Yoii are certain of purity and wKolesomertess. k, Sold by Grocers Made by Postum Geceal.Co. Battle Creek,Micft A UELljU-LIiiri 1 THe complete Electric Light and Power Plant . Turns the crenm separator tumbles the churn. Saves time every day. Madison Elec. & Fiumbing Co. Incorporated Phone 433 Richmond, Ky. fresh interest as Club of Richmond- the Cc...

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. — 12 February 1920

f v rage Four IKe KicKmonH Daily Register, RicKmoncl Macfison County, Thursday Afternoon, February 1 2r 1 920 Seed Only Fafctor In Crop Raising Fanner Controls No Excuse for Planting Any Kind Except the Best Red Clover seed is selling at approximately sixty cents a pound. At that price you, Mr. Farmer, cannot afford to sow as Clover Seed anything that is not clover seed- Sixty cents a pound for weed seed, chaff, and dirt is too high a price to pay for the privilege of being careless. There is but one factor in the crop which you have absolute control of and that is the seed. Sunshine and. moisture are beyond your control or influence. "Ttfo matter, ybu can be sure of good seed. The kind that is given a fair chance will produce a full crop. Mr. Farmer: Give more care and thought to seeds Get samples and make comparisons, also be sure of your purity and germination. I invite you to get camples and prices for your comparison. HEARD ABOUT TOWN .:lf Tobaccq valued at $3S,tXX) was lost m ...

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. — 13 February 1920

' Piiii n fl- r 1 f 1 t cr r rr.l V T O O tistaoiisnea loco ::;tn iear no. jo Richmond, Madison County, Kentucky Friday Afternoon, February ! 3, 1920 Section One Price Five Cents PRESIDENT ANSWERS R. R. BROTHERHOODS But His Decision On Wage De mands Will Not Be Made . Public At Present THE WEATHER Fair tonight and Saturday; colder Saturday. POLICE BARRACKS BLOWN UP BY THE SINN FEINERS . . i . .A KAISER IN HOLLAND A MENACE TO PEACE (By Associated Tress) Washington, .Feb. 13 Presi ded Wilson has reached decision on the railroad wage controversy. The President's decision, was communicated to the heads of the brotherhoods, but what he said was not announced' at the White House. It was said to be "unalter able," and "based on justice to all interests." Officials said it was a "decision containing a proposal" and from this, it is assumed the President refused to grant the wage 'de mands and has m,ade a counter proposition to the men. Secre tary Tumulty declined to say whether the Presiden...

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. — 13 February 1920

V . I,. - v 1VVO ine'rocamonci Uaily Kegister, Kichmond Madison (Jounty, Friday Afternoon, February 13, 1920 K .- "so SLIVERED ; TO ANY PART: 0? THE . COUNTY 1 PROMPTLY. WE SELL THE CELEBRATED 1 338 Ji ll if ion mi icd Coal THERE'S NONE BETTER, j IF THERE WAS WE i v WOULD BE SELLING IT ANTON TFLEFFONE S3 1 Richmond Daily Register S. M. SAIFLEY, Kditor and Proprietor Entered at the " postof flee in Rich mond - as second class mail ; matter under Act of Congress of 1875. I Ca sts No Light Ahead. fin - Vexperienco, like the stern t asliip at '-a, illum?3ies the hlchvW hm. passed over. 'be. :. I 1 - - Too General Condemnation. Tlie average man's idea of "a fal lacy" is any proposition not calcu lated to promote the interests of his pv.n particular line of business. J iie sa 4 skate" Js. i r .4 . v in i:Pm a good ; Chesterfield A REAL pal that's Chesterfield. Lcok at its record. TLree million smokers less than five years on the market! Two words , explain it '' . .-pfrvv ff.riwrafr-- - B...

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. — 13 February 1920

I .. . 1 -V ) The Richmond Daily RegisteiKchmon'A Madison Courityj Friday Afternoon, February 13, 1920 Page Three h ALHAMBRA : MATINEE OPERA HOUSE NIGHT ; FRIDAY Basil King's Famous Story ' "THE STREET CALLED , STRAIGHT . SATURDAY , CHARLES RAY in J ; "CROOKED STRAIGHT A typical Charles Ray picture full of ginger and pep. Pearl White in The Black Secret & Mutt and Jeff cartoon comedy also . ; . The Derson . Musical Five will be here all next week hear them vA. 1 iir t r' uiu ouc, war ibx inc. !rson Musical Five here all With Namoi Childers- 2 reel Week j Comedy and Travelogue : (.ft E; '.) is v. Feb. 17 The Season's Biggest Event i i Mar SSI:MS M R Actual Count, There Are n In The Frivolity Company Including A Chorus Of lO-Beamtif ill Girls i i 1 ' V 8 PIECE ORCHESTRA 8 And 12 PRINCIPAL ARTISTS 12 Including 40 1 Oil A The famous black face comedian and star of "Watch Your Step" Thousands of Dollars Worth of Costumes and Scenery jThfe Most Elaborate Production Present In This Par...

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. — 13 February 1920

V jage Fi THe Richmond Daily Register, RicKmond Maclison County. Friday Afternoon, February 3, 1 920 our Seventh Gar 41 per cent O n ton oee .- We have sold this season three hundred and fifty, thousand pounds of 41 per cent Meal for Dairy Cows and cattle. Every lot of Meal tested by the Kentucky Experiment Station and guaranteed 41 per cent. Why Feed Any Except The Highest Grade? J fU PHONE 28 CLOVER SEED. 99 Per Cent Purity TIMOTHY SEED 99.65 Per Cent Purity Only The Best In Red Top, Orchard Grass, Kentucky Blue Grass And Other Clovers Samples Mailed On Request' t rr tt kii Vf fuiii i 1 NEAR EAST RELIEF The list of donors .. is steadily growing, but remember the cam paign closes Feb- 22nd- Do not neglect do not close your ears to. the appeals of these starving children for bread.- A splendid offering was made by the First Christian church last Sunday but names of, the donors have. not yet .been furn ished, for publication. We wish to thank the donors for the following gifts Miss S...

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. — 13 February 1920

;(CMI(D)IB mm 5 LiiVljIlLlO' LL iT ilLU- Richmond, Madison County, Kentucky Friday Afternoon, February,! 3, 1 920 Section Two Pt ice Five Cent Established 186 55th Year No. 38 Fin Mi 1LU V . 7 ' . ! ' i . Z. SHERIFF'S SALE OF LAND FOR STATE. COUNTY AND SCHOOL. TAXES Notice is hereby given that I, or one of my deputies, will on, i- -waitril l. 1010 (County Court Day), a 2 o clock, p. m.. at the court house door in Kicli mond. Kentucky, expose public sale for cash in hand, the lollowing de scribed property, or so much thereof as may be necessary to pay state, county and school taxes, due thereon and un paid, and the penalty, interest, and costs thereon. " P. S. WHITLOCK. S. M. C. WII1TK LIST Itichiuond. No. 1 Barnes, Wm. 1 town lot .... $15.60 Baxter, Jas. B. 1 town lot 11.9 Cunningham. Laura 90 acres 82.50 Freeman. David It. 1 town lot lb.50 Hicks. Mrs. Belle. 1 town lot 7.0 Tr..- 1 ri I : l I TOW II 1UI fctJ-AV . XT UI3li , , Mrs. Jessie nr, 1 town lot Kelley. Garrett, 1 town Lane. ...

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. — 13 February 1920

ine loctimond Daily Kegste; Kichmond, Madison County,- -Fyiday Afternoon February. 13,, 1920 'JWmJMom Oil ill iff If ?fi - . ' HI V- feppl -', St If ' :-.'.? CALUMET GRIDDLE CAKES 'olden yellow, coated with toasty brown, Hzht and tender. No other griddle cakes can be so delicious for the. one reason that no other, bak ing powder is so good. --: " V g; 'Htl f AWA.T) V 3aHCLi.Mrro WORLDS C-J &1akss -Efelost FalsfaLi and Sweetest of Feods It is ' absolutely dependable. It is always the same always superior always' sure. Its uniformity of quality its powerful, unfail ing strength guarantee greatest baking success and savings, ( You save when you buy it moderate in cost. You save when you use it has more than the ordinary leavening strength, therefore you use less. You save materials it is used with. Produced in the biggest, most modern and sanitary baking powder factory in existence. ; Contains only such ingredients as have been'ofncially approved bv U. S. Food Authorities. Try it! ...

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. — 13 February 1920

:Page Three Mi PERTH FEEDS 1MTH ORPHAN Cleveland H. Dodge Shows What Near East Relief Cart Do in Eff'cient Purchasing. . Buying In wholesale lots and under the most favorable market conditions, Near East liellef of 1 iladison avenue, New York city, with representatives In every state of the Union, has been able i.to baffle the high cost;of .living so far ns relief supplies for tie suffering mil jIons of the Near East are concerned. J Cleveland II. Dodge treasurer, In a i statement shows that the committee is able to provide food for the suffering people of the Near East at prices much lower than the average'eharge here, .v A. donation of $5 per tnonth will pro vide . food for one orphan, ' $10 per month nmvirlpa Tint rnilo- -fnnrl Vint olon jJothes and shelter, for one orphan, and for 15 per month attendance at school is assured to each orphan In ad dition to food, clothing'and shelter. In the appeal for funds to save the starving remnants of the . Armenians and other western Asia p...

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. — 13 February 1920

Hie ivmuMond paiiy Register, Kichmond Itiadison County,' Friday Afternoon; February" 1 3, 1 920 9 v. J .... ' r . DIRECT DEALING PAYS BEST When cream s ready to sell, the hard work has been done and you should not permit any outsiders . to make an extra profit off your efforts. You can ship your cream DIRECT to the Tri-Stae and save from 3 to 5 cents per lb. of butter-fat. It Is just as easy to de liver the cream to a railroad station as to a buying station. The Tri-State pays the freight and guarantees your cream against loss in transit. - Mrs. Thos. Daulton, Peebles, O. writes us 'on Nov. 25, 1919 "I have shipped cream to the Tri-State Butter Co. for three years and have - been satisfied. I have sold eream to cream stations in order to return the empty can with me, as I live 9 miles from the railroad and always lost from $1.50 to $2.00 on every can of cream sold to agents. We Pay the Freight and per Pound for Butter Fat Feb. 9th to 15th Inclusive i if , THE TRI-STATE BUTTER COMPAN...

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. — 14 February 1920

Mil Established 1 865 55th Year-No. 38 Richmond, Madison County, Kentucky Saturday Afternoon,1 February 14,1 920 Price Five Cents 1 o O v WILSON BREAKS WITH SECRETARY LANSING President Says No One But" He Has Right To Summons Meetings of Cabinet (By Associated Tress) ' Washington, Feb- 14 Robert Lansing ended his career as Sec retary of State yesterday after President Wilson had accused him of having usurped the powers of the President by calling meetings of the Cabinet during Mr. Wil son's illness. Secretary 'Lansing denied that he had sought or intended to usurp the presidential authority. He added, however, that he be lieved then, and still believes, that the Cabinet conferences were for the "best interests of the repub lic that they "were proper and necessary" because .of the Presi dent's condition, and that he would have been derelict in his duty if he had failed to act as he did. As the record stands, Secretary Lansing tendered his resignation and President Wilson accepted it....

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. — 14 February 1920

Page Two the Kichmond Daily Register, Richmond Madison County. Saturday Afternoon, February 1 4, 1 920 Safety -1 liJi U. It may be the railway strike will be averted next Tuesday at least everyone is hoping so. - But with un set tied labor conditions among the railroad employees and miners, it will be advisable to get a ton or so of our Wilton JeSlico Goal while we have a big supply in our yards. Its always best to be on the safe side. Let's have your order today. anion Richmond Daily Register S. M. SAIFLEY, Editor and Proprietor Entered at the postofflce in Rich mond as second - clasa mail matter under Act of Congress of 1875. Subscription ltatea Per yenr, by nail 1.S3.00 Six months, by mull , '. $2.04) Three months by mail 1 One -month, by mail 50c In city by carrier, per week . 10c Subscriptions arei strictly cash-in-advance to all and paper will be stopped promptly when subscription has ex pired. .- - And -now if President Wilson will kick out Postmaster General Burleson, all wi...

Publication Title: Richmond Daily Register
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