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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond daily register. — 14 February 1920

IKe RicKmond Daily Regster gcHmon'd, Maciison County, Saturday Afternoon, February 1 4, 1 920 PageTI liree r SAFEST WAY FOR STARTING MOTOR GAB KEPT CLEAN ill!! I K I Mil BL.iL. Q.IV1. LUIH n e have for sale at verv low onces : te newly built Ford tourine car. new top,, newly paint- L, new radiator, new tires ne 1918 Ford touring, new top and new tires le lyib 1'ord touring, original top and good tires P 1Q1Q f"Tn pyrrol At tAiirtnrr iiht inintorl niv rm mirl id set of tires. ffprnnnnlnl-ilp rinK - . ie 1918 Chevrolet touring car, good tires , inn t i . . i:ic ii uuick louring car, new top Pther of these cars can be' delivered to you in perfect nical condition on short notice and at a great saving of to you. '.11 and look them over. PAINT LICK, KY. Wo. A. Holt Thos. Earbee IE RADIATOR REPAIR I VULCANIZING CO V0 Vine Street Phcne 3S0x Lexington, Ky. jVe make a specialty of repairing Automobile idiators, Fenders and Tires. Work done by ex- rts and guaranteed. Don- not allow your radia-...

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. — 14 February 1920

I tkge Four The nicimiond Dafly Register, Richmond Madison CoUhfy, Saturday Aftgrnoon, February 1 4, 1920 ,Pd Richmond Dally Regft Automobile Section . Rchmond Dally Register Automobile Section Saturday, Feb. 14 1920 , Saturday, feb. 14, 1 l ' " ' -a- r Paige Chandler Cleveland Place your order now for Spring delivery NEED A NEW TOP? If your car needs a new top or if the curtains need repairing, bring it to our shop. Mr. Ed. Mixbn, c skilled top maker is in charge of i deparment and we guarantee first da work. ; . We Get You, Mister. A caterer advertises: "Coffee fur nished In insulted tanks." Boston Transcript. Useful Wedding Presents. .Wedding "presents in Hungary are given only to poor couples to help them to get their home together. I : 1 Friends have been lost through the giving of advice. Yet our customers tell us that a good way for them to gain new friendships, is to advise the purchase of a Cadillac. 9 LEXINGTON CADILLAC GO Corner Main and Spring Streets LEXINGTON, KY. EVER...

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. — 14 February 1920

- Page Five ALHAMBRA MATINEE OPERA HOUSE NIGHT Prices 20c and 30c, War Tax Inc. The Derson Musical Five here all Week SATURDAY CHARLES RAY in "CROOKED STRAIGHT? A typical Charles Ray picture full of ginger and pep. MONDAY For entertainment come and see ALICE BRADY in "THE FEAR MARKET' A drahsa of New. York's well dressed, self-satisfied society, and the parasites who prey upon its pleaures and feed on crumbs stolen from the rich man's table. ELMO LINCOLN in "ELMO THE FEARLESS" and a Snub Pollard comedy Pearl White in The Black Secret i & Mutt and Jeff cartoon comedy also. Hie Richmond Daily Register Richmond, Madison County, Saturday Afternoon, February 1 4, 1 920 o 1 io- OPERA HOUSE One Night Only The Season's Biggest Event TP 1 P Mi jrr v : 310 4 By Actual Count, There Are 52) In The Frivolity Company Including A Chorus Of aiiti 8 PIECE ORCHESTRA 8 And 1 2 PRINCIPAL ARTISTSl 2-Including. 1 1 v 1LT Coasts? J1L The famous black face comedian and star of " Vatch Your Step" Thousa...

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. — 14 February 1920

S'v -:t' w Si 1 Page Six lhe Richmond Daily Register, Richmond Madison County, Saturday Afternoon, February 1 4, 1 920 41 $ v r-iv o.E.u : rer ieni ruruy TIMOTHY SEED 99.65 Per Cent Purity j x Only The Best In Red Top, Orchard Grass, j j Kentucky Blue Grass And Other Clovers j I Samples Mailed On Request j ' Interest Unchanged in 200 Years. ; The highest interest that can he charged for a loan in the Isle of Man Is G per cent, and that has li(en tiie lawful rate for more than 200 years. For CROUP, COLDS, INFLUENZA & PNEUMONIA Mothers should keep a jar of Brame's Vapomentna Salre convenient. When Croup, Influenza or Pneu monia threatens this delightful salre rubbed well into toe throat, chest and under the arms, will relieve the choking, break congestion and promote restful sleep. WILL HOT SIAltt EIE CLOTHES 30e, 60c fcJ $1.20 it all As? stem or seal prepaid by Brame Drug Co. N. Wilkesboro, N. C wmm ; Made Frcm ; . THE FAMOUS MARBLE CREEK STONE ' Cost Less in the Long Run Stone W...

Publication Title: Richmond Daily Register
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond daily register. — 16 February 1920

r E 1 rm Established 1865 55lh Year No. 39 Richmond, Madison County, Kentucky Monday-Afternoon, February 1 6, 1 920 Price Five Cents 1 MR WILSON'S" HUME NOTE STIRS FRANCE UP Question of President's Position on Adriatic Causjbs Gossip In Allied Capitals (By Associated Tress) Washington, Feb- 16 It was learned today at the White House that President Wilson did not say in his note to the entente premiers, regarding the Fiume question that the Unithed States would no longer be able to con- . cern itself in European affairs if the Fiume settlement is made without consulting America. Officials said the interpretation of the President's note by the Paris Temps was "too sweeping." They said the United States would not withdraw from participation in the peace treaty and League of Nations if the treaty were ratified by the senate but it would with draw from any ratification in Fiume settlement including polic ing of the Adriatic. The President's position re garding Fiume and the whole Adriati...

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. — 16 February 1920

( ifte iicnniond Uaily Keister, Kicnmond Mactison county. Monday Afternoon, February 1 6, 1 920 age 1 wo i 1 In ordei nadc room for a large I shipment of Oil -toves and Gas i we offer you for lis Week limy nil Hc3.flll Price of Heating Stoves have ad- 1 yanced 25 per purchased our present stock. Buy your stove now for next winter. You will never have a better op portunity to save money. Always Look for j Advertisement Every iim you have i? to sell call rA phone No. 11 r i .i rATry .prices. win una much as that ci others &i . ''t are higher. The fact tha? $ '. ' : all the poultry and eggj that ( ty brinf Richmond proves my statement that I al- ? 4 ways pay .ie top price. 9m Bring your produce to i if Irvine street, next door to SI j it- 1 Phone M0YNAHAN & HIGGIHS CONTUACTOItS I T STOM! WOlli KXCAVATIXG Concrete work In nil its brunchrs. We lecore our atone irum the fa mous Warble Creek fiuarry in Jes - eumlne county Xone ISetter. Iet us figure villi you on laying your r'.llfi...

Publication Title: Richmond Daily Register
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond daily register. — 16 February 1920

Page ThW TONIGHT . "THE FEAR MARKET with ALICE ERADY ELMO LINCOLN in "ELMO THE FEARLESS" atinee and NigM WEDNESDAY VIRGINIA PEARSON in 9 I I "IMPOSSIBLE KATHERINEl EUGENE O'BRIEN. 'm UJHE BR0KEN MELODY" A Roaming Bath Tub" 2 reel comedy and Pathe Weekly. "A Lady's Tailor" 2 reel SenneW comedy .and Pathe News tThe Richmcmrd Daily, Register Richmond." Madison County. . Monday, Afternoon, February 16,1920 Tuesday M ;n ;& ' J2 SLa ' ; : . 1 A 1 P-WsJiliir rormwner. . i j3&a&3Hnfer father.- the .bows u -4 i v": --'-a-miy ' . h j- n-j. smvm- ana sins, its h ,3&ij- the sweet for all -' 1 "', CdllfeF ages at work or if i : wfMssm Play. - -J i IF refreshes! i tV. taste iPiiCL " h.i. i-i.maci-iJr.mo, , ,...L.u- ,. , . , , , ,, , , ,M., , n. PERSONAL AND SOCIAL Mrs. Margaret Steele is with her daughter, Mrs. Allen Zaring. "Prof. John Boothe is at home for a visit to Prof, and Mrs. Boothe. Mrs. Allen ZarinT left Sunday to Vis it his mother ij? Oklahoma City. Miss Margaret Ashill...

Publication Title: Richmond Daily Register
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond daily register. — 16 February 1920

our IKe Richmond Daily Register, Richmond MacGson County, Monday Afternoon, February 16, 1 920 CLARENCE DEARINGER WRITES FROM RHINE Mrs- Annie English has just re Seventh Car Gold Weather Hits Us y V Again. Warm up with Red Ask and Straight Creek ceived an interesting letter from her nephew, Clarence Dcaringer, who is a musician with the Headquarters Company, 5th In fantry Band, now stationed along the Rhine,- in Germany. His friends here will be glad to read ttom : tti M & Co what he says; - . - Audenarch, Germany, . Jan. 5th, 1919 Dear Aunt Annie and Uncle George: t :? 1 We have sold this season three hundred and fifty thousand pounds of 4 i per cent Meal for. Dairy Cows ' and cattle. Every lot of Meal tested by the Kentucky Experiment Station and guaranteed ,4 1 per cent. Why Feed Any Except The Highest Grade? i 3LJ i- y 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 Clove...

Publication Title: Richmond Daily Register
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond daily register. — 17 February 1920

. 3 i Daely - - v - i - . - - Established 1865 55th Year No. 40 Richmond, Madison County, Kentucky Tuesday Afternoon, February 1 7, 1920 . Price Five Cents HE - . i. ...'.-.-. ; .1 .; . O O WILSON EXPLAINS ADRIATIC POSITION Allied Intentions May Result In Withdrawal of Treaty From' . Before U. S. Senate (By Associated Tress) Washington, Feb. 17 Presi dent Wilson in his. "meinoran- vdum" to., the Allies concerning . their proposed ' Adriatic ' settle ment, informed them that the Un ited States might have to consid er withdrawing the Versailles treaty from the Senate if the "Al lies went ahead with their plans without the consent of the United .' States. This statement was made officially here today with the fur ther statement that the American position as outlined was not in the nature of a hreat, but a state ment of the situation created "not by the act of the American gov ernment but by an act of the Brit ish, French and Italian premiers," which would place the United States' in a ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond daily register. — 17 February 1920

fage f wo Ihe Ktchmond Daily Register, Richmond Madreon County, Tuesday Afternoon, February 1 7, 1 920 i 7 "I: r. DELIVERED TO A : PART OF THE COUNTY ;. promptly;-; we sell the celebrated oii Jellico Goaf THERE'S NONE BETTER. IF THERE WAS . WE v.. - WOULD BE SELLING IT .La. BLANTON TELEPHONE 85 Richmond Daily Register S. M. SAITLEV, Kdior and Troprietor En'i'd at the postoflice in Rich mond as second class mail matter under Act of "onsrress of 1875. . uIKcritton IlaH Per year. 1- mail., L ... '.. S.LOO Six uiunttisA ly m:iil , .. ' $-.00 Three nidnths by. mail. '. ... One m6oth ly maiL -- 5fc In city 5y carrier, per vek.i. 10c Subscriptions are stri Uly tash-iji-.ad-vance to, aM and papor ivill be stopped promptly .when, .subscription has ex pired. . " ... . INCOME-TAX FACTS YOU : SIIOUI P .KNOW Bridegrooms are worrying as to how they shall figure their income tax. A constant stream.'. of in nines from the nev.iyweds is reaching the Internal Ke'. -ae oiucials. In many of these cases...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond daily register. — 17 February 1920

Hie Richmond Daily Register Richmond, Madison County,Tues'day Afternobh February .1 7, 1920, Page Three 6 -4, o 9 --18 Per Cent Basic Slag Our Duplex Basic Phosphate contains 45 per cent lime - Needed by every foot of land in Madison county . -18 per cent; phosphoric acid will be found in no other , fertilizer. y Will not harden, disintegrate or lose, strength. Has no bad odor. Will keep indefinitely: It will pay 200 per cent interest on your corn and oats crop." ' .; "It wiirpay 500 per cent interest on your tobacco crop Car load lots, January and February, $26.25 per ton. (To Union members, $26). We will deliver at cost of hauling. Smaller amounts always on hand at retail prices. Put in your order now. Shipping facilities are uncer tain and prices advance each month v COAL IN CAR LOAD LOTS UNION .SUPPLY COMPANY Incorporated Phones 51 MP v Richmond, Ky. GREEN CLAY, Agent Mr. Eveiy time you have any poultry, eggs or a hide to sell call me at Phone No. 70 before selling, and get my p...

Publication Title: Richmond Daily Register
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond daily register. — 17 February 1920

ft Page Fcvn flhe Kichmond Daily Register, Richmond Madison County, Tuesday Afternoon, February 17, 1 920 'WCQ z GETS HIGHEST PRICE LKA M We wi!i pay you as liigh as the highest price in ' Richmond for your CREAM all the time and higher when the market will stand it and will give you honest weight and test all the time. We will also pay you the top of the market for your POULTRY ANP EGGS ALL THE TIME Welcome to our Creamery Follow the Blue Cans with the Yellow Tops Across street from Zar- ing's Owned and Operated by Armour & Company RICHMOND, KENTUCKY Under New Management Commissioners Sale Seth Todd, etc. Plaintiff vs. Lydia Todd, etc., Defs. Pursuant to judgment and or der of sale entered in the'above styled action by the Madison Circuit Court' at its February term, 1920, the undersigned Com missoner wili expose to public! sale to the highest and best bid-! der in front of the Court House door in Richmond,'" Ky., at the hour of 11 o'clock on Tuesday, February 24, 1920 the foll...

Publication Title: Richmond Daily Register
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Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond daily register. — 17 February 1920

Ml ? "'V. " ' ' 1 - ...'-'..' ......... ' ' s The Richmond Dally Register Richmond, Madison County, Tuesday Afternoon, February 1 7, 1 920 "3 ""ALHAMBRA A s MATINEE NIGHT PRICES 20c 'AND 30c ' il Matiriee McJ Night wepn:esday lue VIRGINll VP iEARSON In "IMPOSSIBL ;E IvATHERINE' ' ; ' . .: ' ;;: ; : .. EUGENE O'BRIEN in THE BROKEN MELODY" "A Roaming-Bath Tub" 2 reel comedy and Pathe Weekly. comeuy and fat be 4 Hews ; ? sday 1 - r i V o jo- Elderly People Have A Daily Health Problem M Stomach muscles ami digestive organs J- slow to act as a ge advances OST people find the years slipping by without real izing it, until suddenly confronted with the fact that they can no longer digest everything they would like to eat. It then becomes their daily task to avoid what they know to be chronic con ' stipation. fail it will be necessary to resort to artificial means, throng physics and cathartics, however, are not . advisable for elderly people. They act too powerfully and a feeling of weaknes...

Publication Title: Richmond Daily Register
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Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond daily register. — 17 February 1920

i .i Slf'SJ i I as Ptsc Sir The RicKmond Da3y Ketei foKnrtma, Madison County. Tuesday Afternoon, February 17,1920 i 5fS --tr 1 I We have sold our first car of North ern White Seed Oats. Second - car of 2,000 bushels in new 5 bu. bags, on track. These are thordiiglilyre-; . cleaned, a heavy white oat, and will mail sample anywhere on request. aft Let me book your order. No charge for storage and insurance. - Gome out and look over a warehouse full of Feeds and Seeds. NUMBER 13 IS A r "LUCKY ONE FOR LOUISVILLE MAN " "" v".1 Clo vers PHONE 28 Timothy Seeds Gregory Yancry, 7, was severe-, Iv hurt when his lojny threw him 'and' kicked him irt the- face "in" Vashington City. .i.. ......... , j . Hand Sapolio, Geanses VSpflstheSkinl Rev AY. Horner and family have moved to Campbellsvillc from Greensburg, and he will be pastor of the First Baptist church. JEWELRY 10 ! on the dollar nnvrd by lluylat; Jewelry from J OK KOSKAUUIIG. '' ' , Kutnblishrd 1884. . ' ISnrxnIns In Klein nnd Walthant RO...

Publication Title: Richmond Daily Register
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond daily register. — 18 February 1920

A- J v Established 1865 55th Year No. 41 Richmond, Madison County, Kentucliy Wednesday Afternoon, February 18, 1920 :': Price Five Cen m m a ill" 0 4. 1 is -O r HIGHWAY SYSTEM : IN HOUSE BILL Complete New State Road De partment Is Provided For ' The Legislature Frankfort, Feb- lSThe .Hud son minimum 'wage bill received a favorable report and while being read into the calendar, was killed in the Hotfse this morning on a motion of Representative Brysoi., of Covington, to recommit. A motion to reconsider was then laid on the table and the bill can not again come up- ' 4 ' Frankfort, Ky., February 18. Bills providing for raising millions of dol- lars in revenue "and for spending this j . revenue vere passed oy tne nouse late Tuesday. The measure of Representative J. Wood Vance, imposing a tax of 50 cents a gallon on whisky, passed the House, 73 to 4. Members voting: against it were Representative II. C. Duffy, Johnson Kimbrough, and J. M. Knott. It is ; estimated that the bill will brin...

Publication Title: Richmond Daily Register
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Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond daily register. — 18 February 1920

-. - . ' - . J- ' - . . ' . - lihe Richmond Daily Register, Richmond Madison County Wednesday Afternoon; February-1 8,' 1 920 r'age Two Prevent. he Flu KEEP THE HOUSE DRY BY BURNING Wilton Jeilico ITS CHEAPER THAN MEDICINE AND DOCTOR BILLS ORDER A TON TODAY S ,' nton Richmond Daily Register S. M. SAt'FLEY, Editor and Proprietor Entered at- the postofflce : In Rich mond as second fi class mail " matter under Act of Congress of 1875. ' Subscription Rotes r.) Ver year, by mail .,$3.00 Six months, by utoll . . ..$2.00 Three months by mail.: ; $1 One month by mail 60c In city by carrier,- per week-... 10c Subscriptions are strictly cash-in-advance to ait and paper will be stopped promptly when subscription has ex--pired. - :-'iMS;! PHONE 85 founds of Poultry n Now is the time to sell your surplus stock of chick ens while the price is high. We will pay HENS AND SPRINGERS 26c ; AND 15c FOR ROOSTERS and go to your house with a truck and get them if you rrave as many as 50 head- Get busy and...

Publication Title: Richmond Daily Register
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond daily register. — 18 February 1920

I Oft I VS l lilt, ave iiae I' The mothers of the twentieth century will go down into history as being true patriots ;They have tearfully, ungrudgingly and brave ly given their own flesh and blood that true democracy might prevail throughout the world -and .'that the strong arm, of imperialism should beshattered- once and for all. Now the war is won it can be said, in more ;ways than one, that it was won by the mothers of the country. ; ' But. you mothers, who sent your dear boys "over there" to fight for worlld wide liberty, also have a duty to perform with reference to the babes in your arms and your sons and daughters of tender age- ' Do you know that not very long ago at the Y. M- C. A. at Kansas City, fifteen hundred boyswere examined and fifty per cent of them were-found to have some form of spinal trouble? If those boys had been examined by a competent chiropractor when they were yet infants, these faults could have been corrected. -If your little baby is sick, weak, puny or ...

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 February 1920

PagoFour. . ifaeKicjimon February 1 8, 1 920 SgFriSfrgSE&VC: :; ...'ir " i i " - ,- ' ? SHERIFF; S SALE OF. LAND roil STATE". COUNTY AND SCHOOL TAXES NoLice i3 hereby given that I, or one of my deputies, will on, MONDAY, TUAKCH 1, 1919 (County Court .Day), at 2 o'clock p. m., at the court house door in Rich mond, Kentucky, expose io public sale lor cash in hand, the . folio wing de scribed property, or so much thereof as may be necessary to ray state, county nn(J i.a i;ffh'est mtv or excuse and school taxes, due thereon and un- one nas lne .suSnes6 plly . or ,ecub": GOATES ON LINCOLN (Continued from Testerday) Only in the last few days, in our sister city of Lexington we have seen what it means to be an American citi zen. A fiend in human form had murdered a little girl. For him no paid, and the penalt: , interest, and costs thereon. P. S. "tt'HITLOCK, S. M. C. WHITE LIST llirhniond. . X Barnes, AYm. 1 town lot J15.G0 Cunnineiiani, Laura. 90 acres 82.50 Hicks, Mrs. Belle, 1 town...

Publication Title: Richmond Daily Register
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond daily register. — 18 February 1920

I. V The Richmdadl Daily Register Richmond, Madison County .Wednesday Afternoon, February 1 8 1 920 WEDNESDAY V v VIRGINIA PEARSON in , V "IMPOSSIBLE KATHERINE'V L Lady's Tailor" 2 reel Sennett comedy and Pathe News v THURSDAY SPECIAL1 VIOLA DANA in "THE WILLOW TREE' ' 1 one of the sweetest stories eVer told ' .. o TOPICS OF THE DAY , '.",' ' 1 , '.' .'". -and Prizma Natural '? Color : Pic hires.. THE OLD FAITHFUL FRIDAY WILL ROGERS in i "JUBILO" Whiz and Whiskers a two reel Big V Comedy and a Travelogue TirC; ALHAMBRA Tfffr s MATINEE ' : NIGHT PRICES 20c AND 30c V O j".". ' - " '" " j" - 'mil n ' : ' i ? , . V "Frivolities of 1920" t if.' played to a crowded house last night and their song ; hits are being whistled and sung by everyone who - heard them. You will find in our music room records of some of the most popular songs sung by members of the "Frivolity" company including Song J'Blues My Naughty Sweetie Gave Me" . --Ralph D. Hertlein Song "Sweet Adaline" -Peggy Lathrop Song "...

Publication Title: Richmond Daily Register
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond daily register. — 18 February 1920

IKe RicKmon'd Daily Rtci Richmond, Madison County, Wednesday Afternoon; February 18, 1920 t 2 1" . felt Buying Seeds Getting Buy the best seed possible. They may. cost you more money but you will make a crop. Let us mail you samples of Oats, Clover and. Timo thy. The comparison you make yourself. ' v..-,. Field Seeds HIGHEST IN HISTORY Were Farm Wages In United States During Past Year fP.y Associated Frss). ' Washington, Feb. 19 Farm yages were the highest in the history of the United States last year, the Depart ment of Agriculture" announces.- For labor hired, by the month with board, .the. average for the country as a whole ' was . $39.82, without board, it was $56.29. Harvest wages per day with board reached the tpo figure of $4.48 in the North Central States west of the Mississippi River.. The lowest farm wages are in the South At lantic States, with .the South Central States next lowest. Monthly wages with board were highest in the West ern States, including the Mountain and P...

Publication Title: Richmond Daily Register
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