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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond daily register. — 27 March 1919

HilKDIHMdDKIIlI) QMflM fl.taMSTEli 4 I j. ? i, i 4im established 1865 53d Yeai-No,0 fj RicKinond, Madison County? Kentucky, Thursday 'Afternoon,' March 27, 1919 Single Copy Five Cer.'. INTEREST INCREASES ! Centenary Meeting IN ROAD ELECTION prominent Speakers Are Explaining Things To Voters In Regard To Distribution of Fond, If Voted Interest in the special road tax elec tion which will be held in Madison county is increasing as the time for holding the election Saturday March 29th is approaching rapidly. Offi cials, prominent citizens and farmers are appearing at the meetings which are being held over the county ex plaining the purpose of the road tax election, and just what plans will be followed to assure everyone that a in sit and ecrui table apportionment of I the revenue derived from the extratax I will be made in the event that the WJection carries. I Mr. T. J. Curtis and Judge W, K. r. . . . , ia Trice spoKe xo a gooa sizea ana atten tive audience at KirksvQle Tuesday night ...

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. — 27 March 1919

1 ' f. -i V 1 Jt . -1 1 ,9 : 1? i i r' "it r-- r. r;. ? I- ! i V ' f ft if 'V- V 1 i ' The Daily Register, Richmond, Madison County, Ky. Thursday Afternoon, March 27v 1919 By special arrangements with the Elate (snuff (Cco we will have on display in our store about 300 Garments in Ladies Wearing Apparel consisting of Suits, Goats, Capes and Skirts for sale and delivery. We have been handling the Elite Une f or years and patrons are per fectly familiar with it; but we Have never been able to arrange for special openings with them.; This season, however, they agreed to fur nish us for One Week Only, March 24th to 29th inclusive a quantity of their garments for display and delivery if sold. - - -Wow this is our oido: off the story- These Garments are on approval to us nail subject to return, our only expense being a small exbress charge each way so you see wc take no chanced Therefore, we have a chance to benefit bur patrons by giving them some special prices, while we prefer to sell t...

Publication Title: Richmond Daily Register
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond daily register. — 27 March 1919

The Daily Register, Richmond, i Madison Gunty, KentuckyThursclay Afternoon, March 27, 1919 ;tn.- IIOVCLEOPATRAIS NEEDLE WAS SAVED New Process Invented to Pie serve Surface of Monolith . '.in Central Park. ortunes In Poultry For You This Year m a HIEROGLYPHS OBLITERATED. ' -A. Uncle Sam says: "RAISE MORE POULTRY THIS YEAR." He jurges you to join the Billion Dollar Poultry Industry! Ill tell you kvhy! Poultry is the quickest of meats to produce. You can turn m egg into a two-pound "frier" in ninety days time! Think what this means to you! Think of the prices now paid for poultry and eggs! rtnyl it means fortunes in poultry this year! And the more you raise, the bigger YOUR SHARE of these profits will be! The 23,000,- 000 people already in the business are fortunate indeed! If s the best time the opportune time for others to start! And the Simplicity the wonderful 20th Century type of hatcher 4s the incubator for you to buy! . .. . START A MONEY-MAKING BUSINESS FOR YOURSELF Y THIS YEAR...

Publication Title: Richmond Daily Register
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond daily register. — 27 March 1919

The Dafly Register. Richmon, Madison County, Ky. Thursday Afternoon, March 27, 1919 I'M : v - I. ! j; f : ' : i. ; .V- iif. ul; J'; mm It ;1 KIDNEYS WEAKENING? - . BETTER LOOK OUT!' Kidney and bladder troubles don't disappear of themselves. They grow upon yon, slowly bat steadily, under mining your health with deadly cer tainty, until yon fall a victim to in curable disease. Stop your troubles while there Is time. Don't wait nnta little pains be come bis aches. Don't trine with dis ease. To avoid future suffering begin treatment with GOLD MEDAL Haar lem Oil Capsules now. Take three or four every day until you feel that you are entirely free from pain. . This well-known preparation has been one of the national remedies of Hoi Sand for centuries. In 1696 the govern ment of the Netherlands granted a spe cial charter authorizing its sale. i The good housewife of Holland would) almost as soon be without food with-' out her "Real Dutch Drops," as she quaintly calls GOLD MTirAT, Haarlem Oi...

Publication Title: Richmond Daily Register
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond daily register. — 27 March 1919

Opera House TONIGHT Double Picture Program 2 Features 2 No Advance in Price Alice Joyce in "The Strength of the Weak" "The Traveling Salesman" with Frank Mclntyre NOTICE Owing to illness in the com pany, the Domingo Filipino Serenaders will not give a per formance as. advertised for Thursday and, Friday. ANOTHER BIG KIT Hay Sis! Come over and bring Fat n. Skinny n' the whole gang Sisseretta' in town. SVe're all goin to SEE Sis . Pa, Maw sez they saw Rose Melville play "Sis Hopkins." when us kids weren't even alive. Ton can bet your life we're all going t' see the v girl who's pa never did nothing fer no body, that don't know nothin' fer yon. SEE MABEL NORMAND IN ' SIS HOPKINS Smiling Bill Parsons And A Travelogue Prices Children 25c Prices Adults 50c BALCONY 25 CENTS War Tax Included One Show Only 7:15 prompt Don't Miss The big show THE END OF THE COAL is sometimes reacnea oeiore coia weather is all over. Anyway, it-is a good idea to have some on hand. Bet ter order a load. For the ...

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. — 27 March 1919

It 1 The Daily Register, Richmond Ma&son County, KentuckyHiursday Afternoon, March 27,1919 Ssuded print i- : r at '5:, l ill f i ; I. :i r-.U . . .i-.:-M' I, i - nf fc Aftor-The-War Problems Affect Telephone Service The MQQMt ruction problems which confront all tdephof companies and which seriously affect your telephone service are not confined solely to the operating features of the business. The cScultY we are experiencing in building up an enlarged operating force to handle the in creased traffic load is equally serious among our . male employes, particularly in the plant organ ' zation. More than 830 of our most skilled, trained, technical men volunteered for service in the army and the majority of them are still in Europe. Very few have returned, and we cannot expect the bal ance to return soon. Few men of this type hav been available and those we are training by no means equal our demand. This shortage of expe rienced men hampers our extensions and delays installations. Ce...

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. — 27 March 1919

The Daily Register, Richmond, Madison County, Ky. Thursday Afternoon, March 27, 1919 'yJ ' . ..' J WTE JU IDE mk F PffHAfn TO - - ..'..... Help To Continue The Progress And Prosperity Of Madison County Delay is costly to any project - The time to vote this tax is NOW. If we wait a year or two, the cost of improving our roads will have doubled in some cases, and in others we will not have any road to improve. The proposed tax is a direct benefit to the working people. It assures employment for a large number of men for the next ten years. About 80 per cent of the cost of this work is paid to labor, or $32,000 per , year. Figure how many men this will employ each year. The proposed tax is a direct benefit to the Farmer. It assures greater ease and less cost of marketing his produce, and hauling supplies to his home. It assures better education for his children, and better social and religious opportunities for his entire family. The proposed tax is a direct benefit to the automobile o...

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. — 27 March 1919

li Hie Daily Register.' Richmond Madison County, Kentucky Thursday, AfternoonMarch 27; 1919 v it -.it v '. t (- i. Hi 2U . f ! f f HI 111 U Ur, ( ! i if? ! -t ! jf: A CHILD GETS CROSS, SICK AND FEVERISH WHEN CONSTIPATED Look. Mother! Clean Little If Tongue Is Coated Liver and Bowels If you little one's tongue is coated, it is a sore sign the stomach, liver and bowels need a gentle, thorough cleansing at once. When your child is cross, peevish, listless, pale, doesnt sleep, eat or act naturally; if breath is bad, stomach sour, system full jot cold, throat sore, or is feverish, give a teaspoonful of "California Syrup of Figs," and in a few hours all the clogged-up, constipated waste, sour bile, and undigested food will gently move out of the bowels, and you will have a well, playful child again. Sick childrden needn't be coaxed to take this harmless "fruit laxative." Millions of mothers keep it handy be cause they know its action on the sto mach, liver and bowels is prompt and sure. T...

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. — 28 March 1919

. 1 - . ( 1 -ved "orir.t MM SGI8TER 11 established 1865 53d YcaiNo. 100 Rschmond. Madison County, Kentucky, Friday Afternoon, Marcrt Zb 1919 Single Copy Five CecU flj) WUfc COLORED BURGLARS HELD TO GRAND JURY Many Compliments for Local Police In Ruining Stanifer Store Robbers To Earth So Quickly. Alonzo Harvey and Jarity Jones, the colored boy who confessed to rob bing J. S. Stanifer's store one night last week, were held to the grand jury under $500 bond each by Judge Hur ray Smith in police court this morn ing. They were unable to give bond on the charge of housebreaking against them and will wait in jail un til court convenes again. . The clothing which they took from the store has not been recovered. The boys say they left it at a house in which they wera nQMppg ben and ' ficers are looking for a couple of oth er boys who left -town soon after wards also. The work of Chief Devore and other local officers in running to ground these criminals so quickly is being complimented on al...

Publication Title: Richmond Daily Register
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond daily register. — 28 March 1919

The Daily Register.' Richmon, Madison county, Ky. Friday Afternoon March 28, 1919 .7,5 ,ti it V i-f t:?3ii I ft ; If' 5 li Tendency to Constipation ? USE THIS LAXATIVE! Dietitians advise a "careful diet," but that is trouble some to most people; physical culturists advise "certain exercises," which is good if one has both the time and the inclination. Doctors advise diet and exercise and medicine. The question is, shall it be a cathartic or purgative med icine? Or a mild, gentle laxative? Thousands have decided the question to their own satis faction by using a combination of simple laxative herbs with pepsin known to druggists as Dr. Caldwell's Syrup Pepsin. A small dose gives a free, easy movement of the bowels. It is the best substitute for nature herself. In fact, since the ingredients are wholly from the vegetable kingdom it may truthfully be said it is a natural laxative. ' Its positive but gentle action on the bowels makes it an ideal remedy for constipation. The dose is Emai...

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. — 28 March 1919

i r-. r 'avj s ,. , TheDailyRegister, Richmond, Madison County, Ky. Friday Afternoon March 28, 1919 -v MATINEE ; ' . JpERA HOUSE r- amission 13c and 18cplna war TOrotGHTiCT "Have Another" Alsa a TRAVELOUGUE PRICES 15 and 20 CENTS SATURDAY FEATURE PICTURES" ONLY? ETHEL CLAYTON in "THE' MYSTERY GIRL" PEARL WHITE rTn '."The Lightning'Raiders?' W 6 I ALSO A TWO REEL RIG V. COMEDY THE END OF THE COAL sometimes reached before cold pather ia all over. Anyway, it Is a ;ood idea to have some on hand. Bet er order a load. ' ' For the kitchen we have some coal Ut now that seems to heat op quick- burn steadily and prove economi cal to use. Shall we send yon some of MY SATISFACTION COAL.I F. BL GORDON Coal and Feed Phone 28 Social and Person? tertain at Dinner. . Mr. and Mrs. Ben Reeves entertaln- A with a very elaborate, dinner, at eir home at Waco, to which a nmn- tar of their friends were invited. Covers were laid for Mr. and Mrs. George McKinney, Mr. and Mrs. Wal ker Covington, Mrs. Robert C...

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. — 28 March 1919

The Daily Register. Richmond Madison County, Kentucky Friday Afternoon March 28, March 28, 1919 -i it "1 : i . t r.. r i v . : i , si 1- : ' i :!Uf- IK, 1 Off Comos Corn InOnoPioco "Gta-It" Leave Toe As Smooth As the Palm of Tonr Hand. There's only one corn remedy in the world that peels corns and cal luses off like a banana peel, and that's "Geta-It." For walkers and Put 2 ef irt-It" as. aad uillc! etanders. for shoppers and daacers. there's immediate relief from corn pains, and a quick finish for any corn or callus. "Gets.lt" is applied in two or three seconds. There's ao work, no fussy plasters, no wrap ping of toes. "Gets -It" dries in a second or two. That's all. As easy to use as signing your name. The corn loosens from the true flesh and you peel it right off with your fin gers while you wonder at the sight and smile. That's why "Gets-It is the biggest selling corn-remedy In the world today. Be corn-free at last. "Gets-It." the guaranteed, money back corn-remover, the only su...

Publication Title: Richmond Daily Register
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond daily register. — 29 March 1919

&! 'P , Sludged, print fl&ECJB -V Established 1 865 53d Yeai No. 1 01 Richmond. Madison County, . Kentucky, Saturday Afternoo n, March 29, 1919 Single CopyTive Cei mm AFTER-WAR PROBLEMS TO BE CONSIDERED By Demobilization Conference Which Meets Here Tuesday Names . Wanted For Warriors' Banquet , . T '-: . ' 7 The Demobilization Conference to consider After-War Problems promis es to be a meeting of great import ance to the people of Richmond and Madison county. The Conference will begin on Tuesday evening at 7:80 o'clock at the Presbyterian church. The day sessions on Wednesday will be held in the Baptist church and clos ing session on Wednesday evening at the Christian church. The program is being arranged and will soon be ready for publication. Dr. Frank L. McVery, president of e University of Kentucky, will be one of the speakers. : Hon. H. V. McChes ney will also speak, and Mr. L. J. Darter, who has just returned from France, will also make some addresses during the confer...

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. — 29 March 1919

.v.-- - Hie Daily Register. Richmond Madison County, Kyi Saturday Afternoon, March 29, 1919 PERUN'A THfi BEST MEDICINE FOR COUGHS AND COLDS Miss Ivy Gray, Fairview, Kentucky, writes: "I have taken Peruna. and would say that it is the bent medicine for couch 3 and colds I ever saw. I And that It nltvajn enres m fold in ji abort while. It also strengthens and builds up the system." t - Sold "!"'. rr;i vrbrre I Ever Saw f N Miss Gray's letter breathes hope to the ailiner. It is an in-. p:ration to the sick and infirm. J.l!ir.i! or Tablet Form Richmond Daily Register 8. M. Saufley, T&tei &' Proprietor Entered at the postoffice in Richmond, Ely., as second class mall matter un der Act of Congress of 18755. Heard About Town v T HOSE of our customers -who prefer their clothes made to individual meas ure will want to have their spring suits ready for National Dress-Up Week" I April 5th to 12th inclusive We cordially invite you to come in and see our hand some line of spring woolens ...

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. — 29 March 1919

,1 v.. ' . I'M H5' si i Hie Daily Register, Richmond, Madison County, Ky. Saturday Afternoon, March 29, 1919 ERA HOUSE TONIGHT SATURDAY, ETHEL CLAYTON , in TTHE, MYSTERY CTRL' : PEARL WHITE ' I in ?The Ltghtninj? Raiders," No". -" ALSO A TWO REEL BIG V. COMEDY Jeature pictures only r Admission 13c mnd; 18e pltw-wr Ux OPERA HOUSE Admission Adults 50c Children 25c Balcony 25c BP" WH. S. HART "THE IRON TEST" A PATHE COMEDY and SCREEN TELEGRAM U- MONDAY V PICTURE L TUESDAY - ,.In The; "Breed'of Men" PROGRAM I WEDNESDAY "a mmn p i i tabloid j .. . . I IHEN .11 her guest, Miss Mary Herndon, or Georgetown. - Covers" were laid for Mrs. Hale Dean, Mrs. T. D. Chenault, Jr- Mrs.1 Murray Smith, Mrs S. M. Saufley, and Miss Herndon.' THERE'S "LENTY OF GORDON COAL tire, stove ana range a yvut jnn don't mind navine the bill. fcr your Spring supply now. I will Lever you say. CQAL ON HAND is of exceptional quality and will U most economical fueL v F. H. CKJKDOW Coal and Feed Pfaone 28 Entertains for ...

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. — 29 March 1919

'S i J- The Dany Register. Ric '' V ' " 1 i - THE JOY OF iood For Jessamine, Anyway ijj F. Mi t The City of 1 1 I GOODRICH y HL AkrorLOhio rj Chase The Ghost From your car Many a motoring party touring through thecountiy, is haunted by anj unseen passenger j FRAR nRRATll that a tire will blow j f Anrl tarwl th mnfnr car at the road side, $ a helpless thing. V But if you have faith j z in the tires on your y car, Contented J Security is the in-f V visible passenger ; riding with you. v $ ;'. And if you have ridden! on Goodrich Tires, ! you have faith inl '. their big husky bodies, and thick BLACK SAFETYj i TREADS, extra' K wide, fortifying the' -sidewaH against rut grinding. You have faith in their $ dependability every- i where, and the du- t rability which rounds out the Service Value of j 2 all Goodrich Tires. Buy Goodrich Tires from a Dealer COLORED COLUMlf ' (J. W. Cobb) " ' Bev. J. W. Caldwell, of Louisville a former pastor of St. Paul A. M. E. church, was in the city a few day...

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. — 31 March 1919

A I Print S:.o- ' in l(DEM(0)KiiID LDiuGLff E&MHEM jus- mi a r -e Established 1865 53d Yea? No. 102 Single Copy Five Ceni A S BANQUET TO BOYS WHO SAW SERVICE Will Inaugurate Demobilisation Con ference Here Tuesday Speeches To Follow. . '. The Church Community Welfare League held a call meeting: at the Methodist church, last night, after the regular services, to 'decide upon the banquet to be given to the return ed soldiers and sailors. This banquet will be held at the 'Masonic Temple, Tuesday evening, April 8, at sixo' clock and will be the opening session of the Demoblization Conference. At the close of the banquet, a meet Tg willi be held in the First Presby- teaa .church at which time speakers note "will bring messages of inter est to the "community. ' Will all soldiers and sailors accept this notice as a personal invitation and send names to Mrs. Pates, that! some definite idea of the number to be present may be turned in to the lunch committee? The names of boys who were in...

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. — 31 March 1919

The Daily Register, Richmond, Madison County, Ky. Monday Afternoon, Mar A 3t ,1919 I'll ''Mi ' 'ml MV ?gNK3HT I IMMSTM1 " BOG U E G I RLS" TABLOID SKOVlWf.US; HART in ajreeaotte "THE IRON TEST" Weekly and Comedy - TUESDAY ONE SHOW 7:15 nAVE IIIIUAirS tfTTh Featuring WM. FAVERSHAM in VAUDEVILLE! AND PICTURES! JACK GRANT Black & Tan The 3 Brovn Scotch Dancers Mulin Rogue Jazz ' Harmony ' Singers (mm lope "THE SILVER KING" Sennett Comedy and Weekly FEATURE PICTURES" ONLY Uults 50c; Children 25c; balcony 25c Alhambra Matinee 15 and 20c WHEN THERE'S PLENTY OF GORDON COAL t furnace, stove and range in your la you dont mind paying the bill. frour Spring supply now. I will ' Yr you' Bay. .' I COAL ON HAND L- of exceptional quality and will 'e most economical fuel. F. H. GORDON Coal and Feed Phone 28 Social and Pcrsca Delightful Party. Mr. and Mrs. Hug G. Powell en- ertained a number of their young friends Friday night in honor of their tuests, Misses Bertha and Margaret Ltfmey of Union ...

Publication Title: Richmond Daily Register
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond daily register. — 31 March 1919

n : . ThcDafly Register. Richmond, Madison Countyt Ke&rticktlonday Afternoon March 3 I 1919-; 1 1 7 ;- - i rxn ? - 1 i :1 Si i ' r ; f . 4 mi IIP 1: ,1 i 1 : w'Ht - via t 5 S- - J ;b : ,i 1 lit -v ill- mm v i -Wilson Confers With V ; Council of Four Paris, March 31 Bulletin Premier Lloyd-George, and President Wilson conferred privately for one hour today 'before the council of four. They met at thg President's residence and ft was understood the purpose was to expedite1 the peace proceedings. ' Hungarians Send Ultimatum V. Basle, Switzerland, Mairch .31- Hav-aB--The HungarianjvVrhment "is re ported in Vienna dispatches, to have sent an ultimautm to the Czechoslo vak government The dispatch' states that this action was taken because of .the concentration of the Czech o-Slo-vak troops and a rumor that there would be a general mobilization in Bohemia soon. , - . TICKETS for the Welsh Concert now on sale at Perry's Drug Store and the Madison Drug Company. Admis sion 25 and 50 cents....

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. — 31 March 1919

Print Showing Thro Hig-Dy Redstsr. Rich lllurcn County JCoir-y ATrnocn; i:: i 31 .11 n 5 : ft .-. i "i'l -- ' rV 1? Ill C:4 I r r.t i PA - J : ,. I; , ; 'I - m 0 -Wilson Confers With : - . -J; - J, : Council of Four Paris, March 31 Bulletin Premier Lloyd-George and . President Wilson conferred privately for one hoar today r before the council of four. ' They met at thg President's residence and it 'was understood the purpose was to expedite1 the ' peace proceedings. 'Hungarians Send Ultimatum . Basle, Switzerland, Marici 31-Hav-as--Tne Hongarian'goverWient is re ported in Vienna dispatches, to have Bent an ultimautm to the Czecho-Slo-vak government. The dispatch' states that this action was taken because of .the concentration of the Czecho-Slo-vak troops and a rumor that there would be a general mobilization in Bohemia soon. ' , '"; -TICKETS for the Welsh Concert now on sale at Perry's Drug Store and the Madison Drug Company. " Admis sion 25 and 50 cents. rrm and w THE WEATHER ? Fai...

Publication Title: Richmond Daily Register
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