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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond daily register. — 1 January 1919

1 5 - a in L Established! S655HfYear MADISON HOUSE GTS THE BIG PRIGS; TOO F!mr IVatherage On tlrfjab Con stantly For IIU rtr9-t-IJuT-r Take Thro. Kir's "Ore JotnpV M The scene shifted, this sjcrjung and of tobacco were Wjrai at the Madison Warehouse in Richmond. Illgh prices are t.till tie a-ule. El mer Peatherage i.-t ripf on the Job for his patrons, and I living them the beat in the shop. Col. Jesse Ccbb waa never in km- fet'e, and being personally arquuiten probably with every man, worm and child in Madison county, int rnf to let any "f them lose a cent nf heir crops, if he ran help it, and t I helping it Averages right arts: i 30 cents a pound were tl:e rule tais morning, c$ as high as with some baskets r 3 certs a basket. . v. Ti.nAn! f ICflLUlC J y afternoon was the .ence of Col. TVeo. Kirk "big of the RTJ. Reynolds Tobacco pan ;, on the i -on-in-law of reaks. Mr. Kirk and h.ch up ir. 'Old Man" Tynoi he manaerr.rr.t. t., Mm -t local buver. b n doin? well, of .' j5 Kirk cot r'V...

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. — 1 January 1919

1 ... 1 t 4 e 3 I I "hie Daily Register. Richmond,- f.lac&on County Kentuckf Wednesday Afternoon JanuanJ9l9. 7 1 I ft Alio the thermometer. The weather' has been so warm Let us brine home to you the KLAiUlx wni oi mis owe. .Bwum,,-."-.".-- ----- . mi u umi5 tii.f . j. TT.-4- .1 - :. :? AnH vflti L-nnw w hmt had a hit of winter and vou that winter goods hare not been needed, o we need to t eu a lot 01 wmier gou. - - --- ---- -- knowlhat Iter 8..U wUI be a neceuitr during January. Februray and Marek. Wouldn't be mprued about April, e.tner ; But Oe Blu IDEA u such BIG REDUCTOINS a, you will see when you attend our BIG LOOM END SALE. Announcing thu sale no surpnse. It would be a duappomtment il we d.d no hundred, upoo hundred, of people are waiting anxiously for it. This annual exent ha. been occumng for em 30 yean an deach recurrence bmp thous and. pe.S into that ,Ute of happiness occasioned by the procurement of good and reliable merchandise at a b rg We must sel I at once .rre.pe...

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. — 1 January 1919

1 DAY : FIUDAY V : - Tea llzzrt ia "TlflRTY A T7EEK" and Smiling Bill Parson in "Bill's Fortune," a Capital comedy. j i a "In .& HcHow cf Her rkad "WILD FIOWER" Its a Paramount Picture. ' Also a laugh every minute In "Pluck and Plotters." a dwo reel Big V Comedy. A splendid Select Picture of life and lore as the "world" lives it. A war - review and a Toto Comedy "Baggage Checked," 6, IS, 22c, War Tax lnddd Vinol will Stop a Cough and Break Up a Cold A constitutional remedy that removes the cause by building up the system. These elements contained in Vinol Beef and Cod Liver Peptones, Iron, Man ganese and Glycerophosphates soon create an energy that throws off the cold and prevents its reoccurrence. It has given ninety per cent satisfac tion for sixteen years. HERE IS PROOF: Dunn. N.C. "I suffered with a chronic cold for f ocr months, coughed day and night. Had to keep on working when I was cot able to. I saw Vinol advertised and tried it, and I want to tell you it just cured tha...

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. — 1 January 1919

''TT" -.ar. :9rIe Daily ftettrr TKchsscad. f.luSscn County; yedagy ''Afteimba'r7auaty-1 1919. - : : ..- Ads "WANTED The "' Daily" "Register wants 10 or more copies of Its issue f December 10th, and will pay fire "ewnts each for them if any of oar mends hTf one or more. Phone 69 we will send for it tf STRAY Steer came to my place oot December 10th; weighs about 08 pounds. Owner can have same ly describing; paying expenses and his adv. Elza Cosby, Tates Creek pflce. Richmond, Ky. 23 6p FOR SALE I have some Louisville Atlanta State Fair champion Kv. ied Berkshire Swine for sale. W. B. Torley, Richmond, Ky. - tf WANTED About January 1, we -will reopen our bottling in bond plant at Silver Creek, Ky. We will need wbovt 12 ladies, over 16 years of age, tmr bottling and labeling. Free 'transportation to and from Richmond. Wares SI -SO per day. Apply in per son or by phone to C. E. Gaines. Supt Warwick Distillery, Silver Creek, Ky. 7tf ' FOR SALE Humoing, heating:, electric and water works s...

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. — 2 January 1919

W U (I V LLiiVllMjy. Established 1865 53d Year 27, Richmond, Madison Cotmry, Kentucky, Thursday Afternoon, January 2, 1919, Single Copy Five Cents i. I POLISH ARMY ON I ITS WAY TO BERLIN Thirty Thousand Soldier of Resur- i reeled Nation He ported To Be : Y Marching To Take Han Capital Copenhagen, Skr On the heels of a report that a Polish army of 80 . 000 men is inarching on Berlin and - haa already entered Frankfort on the Oder, 50 miles east of Berlin and oc- copied Beuthen in Prussian Silesia and Bomber in the "province 0f p08. t en, comes an apparent confirmation from Berlin that events in Tosen are ( assuming: a gn.ro character. A large part of the provinces of that state, are in the hands of the Poles,, who crossed the frontier at Skalmierce, 62 ; miles northwest of Breslau. It adds , that the German troops there must retreat in the face of superior num- bers. It is also reported that the Polish government at Warsaw has or dered the mobilization' of all Foles. TEARING RAID INT...

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. — 2 January 1919

The Da3y Register. Richmond, Madisoa County KentucktThursday Afternoon. January, 2. 1919 Wo ED. OEdillrnsiinra cars tfS - ... . t .1 l TT . 1 I I WW .. . 1 till I m. hmiit nnm If If al kiTI fnr tnttnr. will tell you. Alio the thermometer. n vnn ins" rv r.Miiiii i & a u a fcMut. a wu vm wm w v- - - that winter goods haye not been needed, so we need to sell a lot of winter goods. That's dear isn't it? And you know we haren t had a hit of winter ad you know that winter good, w21 be a necessity during January, Februray and March. Wouldn't be surprised about April, either. But the BIG IDEA is winter goods at such BIG REDUCTOINS as you wffl see when you attend our BIG LOOM END SALE. Announcing this sale is no surprise. It would be a disappointment if we did not as hundreds upon hundreds of people are waiting anxiously for it This annual erent has been occurring for orer 30 yean an deach recurrence brings thous ands of people into that state of happiness occasioned by the procurement o...

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. — 2 January 1919

Ihe Daily Ryster, f.!sdbcn County. Thurscby Afternoon, January, 2, 1919 "" Thursday " " Friday TO:.IL!OORE "THIRTY A WEEK." Saturday UNA CAVALIERI MARGUERITE CLARK in ; "WILD FLOWER." ' Also" a 2-reel Big-V Comedy; Opera House KAmUMiom , 15, 20. Wr Tax fatcWUa in in Billy Parsons in Bill's Fortuns a 2-ijpeI comedy. 'A WOMAN OF IMPULSE' Hands Up with Ruth Roland Helps Sick Women Carduj, the woman's tonic, helped Mrs. WO Dam E versos, of Hazel Pitch, Ky. Read what she. writes: "I bad a general brcaklng-dowa of ay heaUb, 1 was hi bed tor weeks, ttnable to get op. 1 had such a weakness and dizziness, ..and tht pains vera very severs, A friend told me I had tried every thing else, why not CardtdT... I did, and soon saw it was betpiaf me . . . After 12 bottles, I am strong and weO." TAKE Mil The Woman's Tonic Do yoo fed weak, dto- jj ay, worn-cat? Is yoar I tvV ( lack of good health caused ivf from aay of (be com- jA All plaints so common to (( V I women? Theawhyoot I ( j M ghre Cardtd a ...

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. — 2 January 1919

ssif r-rr lr moi ;r lot for t 'e on send rrber Elra ond. Stat re 5, XODt AI orb ek. a 10 per ne t ".He a-nt ro 8, 1-5 A i n 11 d J i 4 uW immediate cflSD 0007 ve can supply you with the old reliable Ford and advise that you get your order in early. The car for everyone, the farmer, business man or pleasure seeker. Now is the time to buy. Phone us and let us demonstrate it to you. i i The Madisdii 1 Incorporated Richmond, Ky. 0 arage 3. H. Saufley, Editor ud Proprietor Entered at th poetoQee at Richmond, Ky, m second cum mail matter under Act of Congress of lgrs. f Strictly caah ia advance: bum atooa jrten, tuna for which it ia paid expire) SabocrtpUoa Batea. in QtT. bT eurwr. nee wawlr IA. By matl -out of town, per year3.00 C&n ofler yea these cUk prod nan? feed- &7S W. II. Marriott, nephew of Editor Harry Sommera, of the Elixabethtown News, and one of th livest newspaper reporter in Kentucky, baa been an- 1 pointed private aecretarr to U. K ; Senator Beckham, who could not ...

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. — 3 January 1919

Establhtd 1CS5 53d YecrNo. 28 Richmcr.d, f.IcEsoa County, Kentucky, Friday Afterrnoon, January 3,' 1919 Single Copy Five Cents TOBACCO PRICES STILL ON UPGRADE Norman Jenkins Sella BU Entire Crap For Average of $55 Mad ison Howe Makes $32 Average - It begins to look like the further they co the higher they get. Reference is mads to prices on the Richmond tobacco market. Prices paid for crops today are said to be the very highest of the season yet. Nor man Jenkins sold his entire crop at an average of $55 a hundred pounds. Can yon .beat it? Yon cannot. The Madison House wound up its turn yesterday afternoon with a splen did average of $32 for the entire day. which Is a figure to shoot at, too. High prices were still the rule and every body well pleased. . Several prominent pinhookers are said to be coining some easy money with the market steadily going up. A well known local pinhooker is said to have bought a prominent farmer's crop at S7 cents a pound think of it, and then to have so...

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. — 3 January 1919

li 9 f 1 . . r 1. ' .... - ....... . . . r fill li U 1 1 . n M U U U LU UL VLMlh t us bring nome to you tbc KtJttUN w MX o! Um 5aJe. lour coal bill, lor instance, will tell too. Alto the thermometer. The weather has hn that winter good hare not been needed, so we need to sell a lot of winter goods. That's dear isn't it? And yon know we haTen't had a bit of winter and you know that winter goods will be a necessity during January, Febrxxray and March. Wouldn't be surprised abct April, either. Bet the BIG IDEA is winter goods at such BIG REDUCTOINS as you will see when you attend our BIG LOOM END SALE. Announcing this sale is no surprise. It would be a disappointment if we did not, as hundreds upon hundreds of people are waiting anxiously for it This annual event has been occurring for oyer 30 years an deach recurrence brings thous ands of people into that state of happiness occasioned by the procurement of good and reliable merchandise at a big taring. We must sell at once irrespectiv...

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. — 3 January 1919

I i 1 SI A&anira ,V 13 mm mm 1 ' upera ncuse . 15,10c. War Tax mchtdad Tour Fkvorite and Mine TonuooE in : "THIRTY A WEEK." . iThe most delightful story f the ALSO Billy Parsons in Bill's Fortune Will please you in hi new comedy two reels 1 ' - ! UNA CAYAUEni . '- -.r'-vs;-7 "A WOMAN OF RIPULSE" A Paramount picture. It wasn't that ahe didnt love her husband, hut MONDAY ere he is! simply that ahe drer other men to . ' her almost unconsciously as a eaadle " llama does teh poor doomed moth and some of these moths: are, mighty dangerous, Alsc ' ' v V Hands Up wiln Ruth Roland Every scene a thrill f the great out 1 doors. '. ' i - Douglas Fairbanks IN A SPARKLING PICTURE "He Comes UpSmili Also AtlTOIilO MORENO & CAROL HALLOWAY ng - in "THE IRON TEST" 1 - - -- -- -- -- - . I I BBBBBBBM LIFT OFF CORNS! Doesn't hurt at all and costs only a few cents i Magic! Just drop a little Freezone n that touchy corn, instantly it stops aching, then you lift the corn off with Jhe finders. Trulyt...

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. — 3 January 1919

" r -i iii - . i ... .., T .... .-. ,.... ... rpN B) hrn . ' ggsSiss fefeg ;.. laly jCowsf ( fY ) (Strictla advance; paper top, gtf 703 U,CC cSk prod Being fecd I I J V-k i S when tune for which it la paid expire) . SoUcriptkm Rate, Golden Gixa Dairy Cotton Seed Meal 41 3$' C for immediate dleOo - SftfiSLE. ' I ;boy who fought for their country on Ked Uog fiudrllnig, towpea and Alfalfa Hay. I ' vrry ski and rightly so. But there I i were tome whoa deeds were not so E? U nODHAn I 5 j conspicuous but nevertheless Jast as WvftUUU I ve can supply you with the old "Z cu M I reliable Ford and advise that you Irtr. ' c"'"r Richmond, f fiof VA,ir rrW in rnrlv jvealed one of these. Rosa Litxen- - ! uur UIUCI 111 tdll. jaoer. formerly amosle teacher in Mil- JUST arrived some mora of that James Ralls, of Bourbon county j The car for everyone, the farmer, iZ!ZZ.wTZ2 , "ZZLZVJZ THiSS. 1 business man or pleasure seeker. j Z'JZ ? VSfEl """" '" ' I Now is the time to buy. Phone Clt'C'r "rt" S?E? St...

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. — 4 January 1919

...ro ISiltDEMIdDKII) ,lished 1865-53d Year No. 29 Richmond, Madison County, Saturday Afternoon, January 4, 1919 Single Copy Five Cents i - - I n GHT FIRE GAMELY " IN BITTER WEATHER Robert Miller's Home on Lancaa- ! Avenue Badly Damaged By t Stubborn Blase. s nth the thermometer hovering the lero mark, the residence of Robert Miller and daughters, rs. S. B. Hume, Misses Sallie and jsie auuer caugni nre aooui i :k Friday night and, despite truly lie worr on me nan or the nre de- . - . m - iment, the upstairs was gutted, roof burned off and considerable mage done below stairs. The loss is :imaied at from $4,000 to. $5,000. It regarded as almost a miracle that le dwelling was not a total loss for vcr was a fire fought in Richmond, tndor harder conditions, the oldest ire fighters in the service unite in de- 'aring. When Ben Daugherty, Jim iiton, Lindscy Blanton and several "others who were in the thick of the fight from beginning to Uid, tried to got out of their big firemen's coats, th...

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. — 4 January 1919

V t I v t ) (i n u . U-i- iL. 'DC cnM wuv .1 ii:. c.t. v i Lm'r : . " ti .n t . .. . . " V WW ii i i wtwaer oas Deen to warm that winter roods hire not been needed, so we need to sell a lot of winter roods. That's dear ua t it? And 70a know we harea't had a bit of winter and you know that winter roods will be a necessity (brin January, Febnxray and Hank. Wouldn't be surprised about April, either. Bet the BIG IDEA is winter roods at such BIG REDUCTOINS as you will see when yon attend cur BIG LOOM END SALE. Announcer this sale is no surprise It would be a disappointment if we did not, as hundreds upon hundreds of people are waiting anxiously for it This annual erent has been occurrinr for orer 30 years an deach recurrence brinji thous ands of people into that state of happiness occasioned by the procurement of rood and reliable merchandise at a bir string. We must sell at once irrespectire of loss. We purchased merchandise far below the market Tahxe. You people who hare been waiting f...

Publication Title: Richmond Daily Register
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond daily register. — 4 January 1919

Ssudgefl prin Iks tk2y VZzt, f.!b Ccr 4, 1919 - Yea wanted aad yen ' a Baa? "Asty or"aTisJl'Prta LEIA CAVALETJ the world famed grand opera star - 'ATOUAM OF ElrULSE" Charming. Daring Ruth Roland, fc "HANDS UP" episode No. 11- ' A 1 thrill with every scene Clad with the adventrue of tba great outdoors. tore, lova, ranaaea aad dattag' ac . cats, a repulsive Ba, had a good old ' fsahioaed dtisaa of the U. S. A. A Seaett comedy "Hi Wife's Friend," with Charles Murrey . aad a War Weekly. V; L tio here i i ready far Opara Brass TUESDAY 4 Llsrccerite Curk la "Oct ef t Qet Sky" Want to know how a Belgian treats b"ni i:::i : test" ilkUlOWtrTu MOKIDAV flu .Dmiks FairbaMis IN A SPARKLING PICTURE To make a picture like this you .vr-v ' have a Douglas Fairbanks, a saucy '' i'ui. , a vti He Comes Up Smiling" Here he is! . half dozen square miles of scenery, a bunch of human beings. ' a c rTrnT" a n YOUR KIDNEYS The aferet of rooth is ELTMINA TION OF POISOKS tress your body. Thie done, you can br ...

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. — 4 January 1919

The Daily Renter. Rkfecsd. LZidZzca CcsnSy, Saturchy Afternoon. Jzny 41919 Wanted! oultry We will send aftet it if vou have large lots. Phones 45. 33 and 297. I Wides Subcnb for the DAILY REGISTER Richmond DtDy Register n. M. Saafley. Editor and rwprit'" Entered at the poctoffice at Richmond, Ky m second class mail mattar under Ket of Conjrresa of 187. (Strictly caaa in adrance; paper atopa when time for which it ia paid expire) Subscription Rate. In City, by carrier, per week 10c By mail out of town, per j-earKLOO a premium. This la do guess work. I Only last week f 75 ,000 court Loom Lands iacaed ta BeS county were boagtift by WaO, Roth A of Oa- rinnati, at p rem! am of 13,500. Aod Bell county Las issued bonds world without end, almost. Richmond bond therefore, ought to tell well right bow and the in chars cannot get busy too soon. Richmond mart have those pared streets, sewers and a White Way. Let's get busy, gentlemen. There ought to be little trouble in Richmond getting work st...

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. — 6 January 1919

( rrir.t SLovin Ti ro j li(DIHIEiiI!iIi)- ' mm tablished 1 865 53d Year No. 30 Richmond, Madison County, Kentucky, Monday Aftemooi, January 6, 1919 Single Copy Five Cents M) 'Roosevelt Dies Suddenly This Morning Attack of Inflammatory Rheumatism Settles In Right Hand Hew Year's Day But Turn For Worse Did Not Come 'Till Sunday Night. - (Associated Press Telegrams) New York, January 6 Theodore Roosevelt died at his home at Oyster Bay at four o'clock this morning. The Colonel's secretary received news of his death in a telephone message today. He said the Colonel suffered an attack of inflammatory rheumatism on New Year's day and had since been more or less confined to his room. The attack of rheumatism settled mainly in Colonel Roosevelt's right hand. His condition did not at first seem alarming and the turn for the worse is believed not to have come until last night. It is understood that only Mrs. Roosevelt and a nurse were with him at the time of his death. Other members of his fam...

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. — 6 January 1919

The Daily Register, Richmond, f.tadbca County Kentadrt!.!sr.chy Afternocsu Jr.mr 6 1919 a f. rr - V- warm i . ... VAn th TREASON WHY" of this Sale. Yonr coal bill, for mitnee. will tell too. Also the thermometer. The weather hue hn I Ul UVU1 J W - - - r " ww TW u Ul that winter goods hare not been needed, so we need to sell a lot of winter goods. That s clear isn t it 7 And yon know we haren t had a bit of winter and yon know that winter goods will be a necessity during January, Febrnray and March. Wouldn't be surprised about April, either. But the BIG IDEA is winter goods at such BIG REDUCT01NS as you will see when you attend our BIG LOOM END SALE. Announcing this sale is no surprise. It would be a disappointment if we did not, as hundreds upon hundreds of people are waiting anxiously for it This annual eyent has been occurring for oyer 30 years an deach recurrence brings thous ands of people into that state of happiness occasioned by the procurement of good and reliable merchandis...

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. — 6 January 1919

Thz Dzity ilzzzu f.luca County. Monday Afternoon, January 6, 1919 TJQC3B)AV Here he is! IN A SPARKLIKG PICTURE fj2owiTc:::3 r:: in "THE Z3 tCAHOL IIALLOVAY 0:1 test" Comes UpSmiling" if; Alhambra Opera House AdmUuoa 6, IS, 20c, War Tu indudd TUESDAY fire works start.' .The fire works ends when she marries a good, old fash ioned citizen front the U. S. A the kind of a fellow you'd want to marry. By the way, she gets introduced to him by a bolt of lightning. Alright dont believe it if you don't want to. Seeing believing through! Come and see for yourself. A Sennett comedy - with Charles Murray and a War News Weekly. ... - .. - - Want to know how a Belgian treats a Hun? See Marguerite Clark's new est Paramount picture. Miss Clark plays the part of a Belgian princess who is approached by a Hun with an offer of marriage. That's where the WEDNESDAY Alice Brady In Marguerite Clark in "Out of a Clear Sky" "THE WHIRLPOOL" "A Fight for Freedom" official and English war pictures in 7 episodes;...

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. — 6 January 1919

NOTICE TO THE FUniC ir yoa are going to ksre sale, nil 17 M thrtwrk JWd Etcasag UNCLE JOHN SHEARER U do the wars. 2SS 2a IAMES H. PEARSON REAL ESTATE aad LITE STOCK AUCTIONEER. Every Sato a Specialty. Sat is f actio Gearanteed. !atl at P. O. RICHMOND. KT. $3 Rate Continued To Feb. 1 So many of the Daily Register sub- scribe r have been unable to get to town during the very bad weather that h .n ,yL v . . " r " - so, mat it nas decided not add the ex- or . it. i v f . i w o-nu w ur yearly nimcnpuoD price until February 1st. Thia will rive every subscriber ful opportunity t, t.v- w- Ji 4 , . Ford, democratic candidate for Unit- $3 a year. No matter whether your Sutk, st frmn Michigan, de subscription has exnirvd or not. vou 'r.t can nay up for as many Tears as you wish at $3 a year between now and ,i , . . v . t. the first day of February. However, the monthly rate is now 35 cents per month, fl tor three months, or $2 for six month. The Daily Register i the cheapest dally paper you ca...

Publication Title: Richmond Daily Register
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