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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond daily register. — 29 September 1919

Richmond Daily Kesfer rdchmlladisca County Kentucky, Mon jay Afternoon, September 29, 1919 ALHAMBRA OPEN MATINEE AND WIGHT, MONDAY, TUESDAY and THURSDAY, Sep. 29 & 30, and Oct. 2 "Zj Z ZZZZZZZ j Z ' '" '". i. pi:;,R6gu jfs PicfurV li-T ' .. i?.r;r ; r v . ; ; ., . . roap shqws will be at the opera house on these dates - 1 ' : : J 0 Social a?d Personal Family Reunion , : , ' The following relatives of Mr. .and Js. Preston Cox motored over from Vnlmore "Saturday ta attend the family, reunion at Mr. and 'Mrs. Pres ton Cox's- home' on Speedwell '' pike. Mrs. Mary E. Curd, Mr. and Mrs. VlrtVin ' C.mr. TWi'h T.nn fViv. Mr nnrl Mrs. George Cox and children, Mr. and Mrs Joe Cox and children Mr and Mrs. Mundy Cox and children, Mr. and Mrs. George Johnson and children, Mrs. Grant and daughter, Mr. Tom Barry Mr. GuilfordCox and family were unable t to .be, . present on account of illness. All the visit ors brought basket lunches with them which were spread on the lawn at lunch hour and gre...

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 September 1919

. r : ... 0y- V 1 - ; .vv; ?vr,- v ''.'.;'',,:' v V:-: -'-V; 1 'V-"' : The Richmond Daily RegisterRichmond. Madison County, Monday Afternoon, September 29, i 1919 1 'V 7, I . 1 4 . ... . & TONIGHT RICHMOND A DRAMATIC STORY OF VIRGINIA MOUNTAINS JANE WARE AS JUNE A Splendid Cast and Production with This is the only authorized company now presenting this play Yon are therefore assured the No. 1 company' and production and will come here direct from Lexington where; thfey play Friday and Saturday. - " Prices 50c, 75c, $1.00, $li0; Children 25c Seats on sale at Opera House Box Office. , ' rMUNCY BROS; LEASE , . ENTIRE CLAY BUILDING , A deal was perfected the past week whereby Muncy Bros, be come the sole lessees of the en tire Clay property on Main street. This includes the tyo large store rooms at the rear of - the main building, running back to the rear block.. These two large store rooms will be fittted up in order to-take care of their undertaking department, recently purchase! ...

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. — 30 September 1919

HErITEB, M Established 1 865 53d Year No257 Richmond. Madison County Kentucky, Tuesday Afteiiiooh, September 30 1919 Single Copy 5 Cenb i . WHO WAS FIRST LOCAL 0 BOY KILLED IN WAR Madison Post of American Le gion Will Be Named In His Honor -' ',. Who was ' the first - Madison county- boy killed in France while serving with the American army ? The Madison county post of the American Legion-is to be named in his honor, as soon as the mem bers ascertain definitely who he was. Some think that he was Tesse Dykes, Jr., son of City Col lector and Mrs. Jesse Dykes, but this is not known for sure, and to make certain, the officers have written to the War Department at Washington for definite infor mation. This was decided upon at a meeting of the Legion Monday -fl)ght at the court house. There )as a large attendance. From the enthusiasm which is being ' manifested by Madison's veterans of the world war, this organiza . tion' bids fair to play quite a part in fraternal circles here. Post Comm...

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. — 30 September 1919

Richmond Daily Register, Richmond, Madison Countv Tuesday Afternoon, September 30, 1919 s 1 JAS. H PEARSON AUCTIONEER, REAL ESTATE'and INSURANCE , : ' ". I will sell your farm privately or at auction, and will conduct your tale on a commission or for a fee. I am agent for the best Insurance Companies and can write you policies to pro tect your farm buildings or house and town property. Office in Oldham Building Richmond, Kentucky Telephone 820 GILT EDGE Stock Farm ' Will be sold at public auction on the premises, on the North Middletown Pike on Msd October 7 10 A.M. Contains 547 acres of land in a high state of cultivation and' is now being surveyed for division . into several small farms. This farm is one of the best in the county and adjoins the CITY LIMITS OF .PARIS, KYn faces the North Middletown Pike, Maysville Division of the Louisville & Nashville Rail . road and the waters of Stoner Creek. For many years it was the stock raising farm of the, late G. G. White, and was pra...

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. — 30 September 1919

B 1919 : ; t 6 t I ) X, it I i J ; i i ; i r h ? iV It's Your Pocket Books That Pay the ' Prom the Democratic State Platform, 101&-We iavor R Gl D ECONOMY i the ' J''t tlon of the State's affairs to the end that the pepp e may rece lye am axlm urn of J . mum of cost, and to that end we favor the IMMEDIATE ABOLITIW OF ALL U8MM of FICES, and Ue rendering of full and adequate service In every department of the State Govern ment8." . ' ,. ' ' - ' t ' '. ; ''".,. 2 PERFORMANCE rci ' " RIGID ECONOMY : '99 ; ' NET RECEIPT8. ; Gov. Wlllson (Rep.) 44 months. .$24,277,385.19 Gov. Stanley 42 months 85,471,803.88 C ' Stanley's Excess .". $11,184,418.69 NET EXPENDITURES. Gov. Wlllson (Rep.) 44 months '. .$24,046,310.56 Gov. Stanley 42 months 30,200,429.01 Stanley's Excess $12,214,118.45 Average Monthly Expenditures Gov. Wlllson (Rep.) 44 months ' Average mommy nixpeuaHures--ji ouuikj .$546,507.00 . 803,343.00 Stanley's Excess r...v..'... .$316,836.00 INTEREST-BEARING 8TATE WARRANTS OUTSTANDI...

Publication Title: Richmond Daily Register
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond daily register. — 30 September 1919

Vfec Rsdamond Daily Register Richmond. MadUon-Cnnntv Tuesday Afternoon, September ,30, 1 91 9 Richmond Daily Register . M. AlPLB. tteUt d Prasweeta Entered ml lue poetoCttce In Rlcatsaand ea second olaea mail Blatter under -Act of Coboium of 'lift. Wnfcarilattai Matea. rar year, or man out or city- JILM mix months by nail eat ei city Jtl.tO ' Three saomtfcs by mail -out of city 191.00 la city, by carrier, awr weeklec )i month by -" Subscriptions are atrtctly caah-ta-ad-oance to all and payer will be stepped promptly when subscription ha ex pired. Trade Follows the Light It is -dharateristic f human rature to give attention to the unusual . If we hear an unusual noise in the street we walk to ti;e window tto see what has happened. If in the might we are In search -of amusement our attention is attracted to the 'bright and glowing light front of an amusement house tur park. The city or town therefore wfth the best light ed streets attracts tthe people from the surrounding district.. T...

Publication Title: Richmond Daily Register
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond daily register. — 30 September 1919

Afternoon, September 30, 1919 anmflwpa B R V A N T W AS M B U R H JXZE33ESISXT SKI ' . , o y . " . (( .at m a? smm ' .aat at m aaaa. aw m fe. aaai : I t To Healt IThbusands have been : fully restored to health , and ' strength ' as a re sult of taking "The Waterway. to Health" The American Medicinal kiln- . eral Water bottled at the Spring without any conden- ' ing or fortifying whatever.' 64 Doses $1.00 D'out Tablspoon(ul in . Glass of Water Prescribed by physi cians for constipation, indigestion . rheurfiatic affections, hitrh blood pressure, hardening of arteries and skin affec tions. Money back if not satisfied. On prescription from your physi. clan or at your druggist's. Book let on request. Ths Dtvonlin Mineral Spring Co. , (Incorporated) Owansboro, Ky. t All -Ml Social and Personal Sharp-Jett Many friends were interested in news of the wedding of Miss Mattie Sharp and Mr. Isaac Jett, which was solemnized on the 24th by Rev. 0. 0. Green. The bride is the attractive daughter of...

Publication Title: Richmond Daily Register
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond daily register. — 30 September 1919

ifce l&dinmond Daily (Register Rfchrwond. MadiW, RicJimoiuJ Dailj Register t. M. HAlFL. tMUad Praa-letaf Entered ml luo postoCttca In Rlch-nond m second clasa mail aaatter undr -kct Of COBSHWM f .ITS. B-w-erl Aatea. a-w year. Djr ma.ll out Jt olt- JU.M , Btx months by nail out city Sl.eO Three asontka by mail -out of city v 1.00 w Buy, oy carrier, -yer "" 1 ' -wCa moatb toy - -Subscriptions are aMctly caah-Sa-ad-vance to all and payer will be stepped promptly when subscription has aspired. Trade Follows he Ligkt It is -dharateristic ef human tibture to give .-attention to the unusual . If we hear an unusual noise hi the street we walk to tbe window tto see what has happened. If in the night we are In search .of amusement our attention is attracted to the bright and glowing light in front of an amusement house inr park. The city or town therefore with the best light ed streets attracts tLhe people from the surrounding district.. Trade follows the light-brighter streets are t-usie...

Publication Title: Richmond Daily Register
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond daily register. — 30 September 1919

tea wv--- Richmond Daily Register, Richmond, Madison County ' . Tuesday Afternoon, September 30, 1919 ' : ' Js WE HAVE PURCHASED " i W.'Ttk' of Certificates of '."KS ) ILylf Indebtedness of the U. S. GoTern- , TCAl O IrJI ' ' menl bearin 4 1-2 per cent inter-. ' J Atl ifkifil ' e8tan4 dve January 15, 1920j ;' lySSil f 21 1 any of our customers and 1141 pkl " friends desire this inTestment, we llrll IKU ' will be glad to furnish them at JJuJI lliU P; nd accured interest . . III if i ISSI0MAL . The Louisville. Street Car Co. army durine the war ten pounds, claims the strike is broken with 700 The Bethelehem steel workers ts men at work and 175 cars running- the number of 25,000, refused to join The average gain in weight of alk in' the strike at the instance of the those who served in the American union. , 3 4 Inch Block Run off Mine U N ION. SUPPLY CO. , - Incorporated Green Clay, Agent . . . Richmond, Ky. Phones 51 and 319 ' ; LATE OIL NEWS G. W. Pendergrass has filed suit in the Le...

Publication Title: Richmond Daily Register
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond daily register. — 30 September 1919

The Richmond Daily RegisterRichmond. Madison County. Tuesday Afternoon, September 30, 19f9 DISABLED FIGHTERS COMING TO NORMAL oooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooq o o CAR I Government To Pay For Training of Wounded Men Here Rooms Will Be Needed Pora&imc! I ' THE UNIVERSAL CAR The Ford Sedan, vith electric self-starting and lighting system and demountable rims with 3jj-inch tires front and rear, for every day in, the year has no equal as a family car. Just as popular on the farm as it is in the city. In fact, it fits the family demands in every vocation of life. Large,roomy seats, finelyupholstered.plate glass windows make it an open car in pleasant weather, while in rainy and inclement weather it becomes a closed car, dust-proof and rain proof. It is not only comfortable, but really cozy, and above all, economical in operation and maintenance, and has all the Ford merits of strength and durability. Madison Garage Incorporated Richmond, Ky. JOB AT WASHINGTON Landed By Stanfor...

Publication Title: Richmond Daily Register
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond daily register. — 1 October 1919

UiSTE Established 1865 53d Year No. 258 Richmond. Madison County Kentucky, Wednesday Afternoon,, October U 1919 Single Copy 5 Cents 1 o .- . 4.A Reds Smash White Sol In First Game by Score 9 to 1 Cincinnati's Great Team Makes Monkeys Out of Cicotte and ' and All the White Sox The Score 11 y Innntg 1 ... RUE Cincinnati ..1 0 0 5 0 0 2 1 x 6 14 Chicago 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 01 .6 . (By Associated Press) Cincinnati, Oct. 1 The Cincjn nati Reds won the initial game of the world's series of 1919 today by the overwhelming score of 9 to 1. The heavy hitting of the Na tional Leaguers, combined with the fact that Eddie Cicotte, the White Sox staf twirler, was fore; ed to retire, stood out as the fea tures of the opening contest. The hitting of Walter Ruether was the outstanding brilliant per , formance of the Reds.jthe south paw getting three hits out of three times at bat, including two triples. , Ruether's pitching also was of the behest class. Two hours before play was call ed the pavilion and ...

Publication Title: Richmond Daily Register
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond daily register. — 1 October 1919

1 j II ; - - ' saBmBaSmoaaaj-aBnnnannssnBBansaanBaaanaMa we msi tot f Mot; J 88 Acres Belonging to Mrs. R. H. Covington, at public auction on the premises, on Wednesday, October 16 At 10: 30 A.M. Land is located at Waco, Ky., 8 miles from Rich mond, 1 -2 mile of high school, 1-2 mile of three churches, close to stores, bank, shops. Improvements rnnsist of 2-storv. ten room residence, 3 porches, I barn, and all necessary outbuildings ; splendid water. It is an ideal place to live, and is one ot the best houses 'in thp rnnntv I If not sold, land will be rented to the highest bidder (for the year 1920. For full particulars see Quinn Phones 32 w or 48- A GREAT MANY SHADE AND ORNAMENTAL TREES ARE RUINED on account of look of attention. All dead and superfluous wood should ' be removed and cavities filled to Insure the life of the tree. Our men will be In Hlchmond shortly and we will be pleased to attend to any "i work you may sec fit to have done. Any LANDSCAPE DEVELOPMENT will be thorou...

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 October 1919

mm Richmond Daily Renter, Richmond, Kladisbn County Wednesday Afternoon, October 1 , 1919 4 , 1 o IT 'TfOUilNEEDNOT;--!'.1- SUFFER FROM CATARRH Bat You Must Drive. It Out of ; '' Your Blood.. f '': Catarrh Is annoyiiig' enough when it rliokes up 3'Otir nostrils 1...J uW pu.uui, causing difficult breathing and other discomforts. Seal danger comes when it reaches down into your lungs. ' . This is why you should at once realize the importance of the prop er treatment, and lose no fime ex- rimenting witn worthless reme- dies which touch only the surface. To be rid of Catarrh;, you must drive the disease germs out of your blood. Splendid results have been re ported from the use of S. S. S., which arts on the catarrh germs in the blood. , . If you wish medical advice as to the treatment of your own indi vidual case, write to Chief Medical Adviser, 42 Swift Specific Co., At lanta, Ga, r- . ,. Social and Personal gysypson-Cockrell ! "Many relatives and friends' of the bride and will be read...

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 October 1919

The Richmond Daily RegisterRichniond, Madison County. Wednesday Afternoon, October 1, 1919 JOHNS A WINCHESTER BOY American Captain Whom Cos sacks Captured Well Known (By Associated Press) Lexington, Ky., Oct'. 1 Rela tives here were informed today that Captain L. P. Johns, arrest ed in Siberia by Cossack troops, as told in Associated Press dis patches yesterday, is Lindsey P. Johns- ;of Winchester, Ky. He is ' widely known over the state. Johns was later . released. The . American .State Department is investigating the matter, includ ing the flogging of Corporal Benj. Sperling, also taken into custody at the same time. New Word Coined In England London, uct. l (A .London news agency which transmits its dispatch es on ticker tapes dropped out sever al letters in sending the words 'school children" in a news item re cently. The two words were abbre viated to "schooldren." Newspaper headline writers, always vigilant for newly coined words, have seized upon "schooldren' and it may now b...

Publication Title: Richmond Daily Register
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Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond daily register. — 2 October 1919

Established j865-53d Year-No. 259. ; ,, . y :: ; r Richmond. Madison County Kentucky, Thursday Afternoon, October 2, 1919 Single Copy 5 Cent .11 v. R0)S WIN SECOND S i ' GAME 4 TO 2 30,000 Loyal Fans Watch The. In vincible Reds Take Second , ; v Ju. '.Game From Sox ,' 1 1 - . Tue Game II x Innings.', , : , R h e Cincinnati ..0 0 0 3 0 1 0 0 x .4 4 1 Chicago ..V.....6 0 0 0 0 0 2 0 0 2 10 1 (By, -Associated Press).., Cincinnati, Oct. 2 The ' wild ness'of Claud Williams contribut ed largely to the Cincinnati win ning the second game of the world's series today by a score of : 4 to 2. , . . While Cincinnati 'only obtained 'I four hits these came at opportune time when they had been preced ed by bases on balls off Williams, while Cincinnati made two errors one of. which enabled the White ' Sox to score, . . Yet great work on the part of 'the team in defensive play held the box, on '.. numerous accasions. . ' . Rousch was the particular star -of the contest. Sallee, while he .was hit fre...

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 October 1919

"'.1 ..' ;." Hie Richmond Daily Register Richmond, Madison County Thusrday Afternoon in; October 2, 1 9 19 '&" '5 S Y'i ; - ; mm i i , in . , . .; n ay: :S;:: ' l U U r, r, I ' See Sample Whto 5 Richmond Daily Register m, M. 8AliriiB. Mltwui PwHMair Sintered at Uie poatofflce la Richmond M aecend claaa nail rotter under Act f CoagreM of 1176. . . per rear ty out or citjr- Six months by mall out t cttrl.0 Three nonthi by mall out of city $1.09 la city, by -carrier, per week ,. lac Oae month by wall , 15c abacrlDtloiu are atrlctly caah-ta-aU- Taaoe to all and paper will be ataynM proaiptly pirea when auoacriptlon b,aa x- The St. John's Missionery ' Negro Baptist Association," which has a membership' of 20,000 in eleven counties in the -vicinity of Austin, at a , recent meeting at Austin, Texas, with 2,000 in attendance, passed res olutions declaring emphatic opposr thjs time are enemies rather than friends of the race" The negroes say that this meeting is the begin nine of a natio...

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 October 1919

-it '. Richmond Daily Register, Richmond, Madison County Thusrday Afternoon, October 2; 191 9 v V 1 "SLOAN'S LINIMENT 'c: NEVER FAILS HE!" rf ' " .. i , Any man or woman who keeps lr tandy will tell you that ante thing ESPECIALLY those frequently attacked by rheumatic twinges. , A counter-irritant, Sloan's Lini ment scatters the congestion and pent (rates without rubbing to the afflicted flart, soon relieving the ache and pain.. ' Kept hancjy and used everywhere , for reducing and finally eliminating the pains and acheis.of lumbago, ic neuralgia, muscle strain, join stiffness, sprains, bruises, the result of exposure to weather. ( , ' Sloan's Liniment is sold by all drug- glBtD, JJC. IKK., Social and Personal Willis-AIwine The weding of MIs Nancy Evelyn Willis, of Nicholasville and Mr. Cyril Beanchamp Alwine, of Greensburg, Fa-, was solemnized Tuesday after noon at 1:30 in the, parlors of the Phoenix Hotel. Key. Mack Collis astor of Broadway Christian church the officiating minister...

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 October 1919

' The Richmond Daily RegisterRichmond. Madison County, flTiusrday Afternoon, October 2, 1919 FIDDLERS' CONTEST AT UNION FRIDAY o CAR THE UNIVERSAL CAR The Ford Sedan,' with electric self-starting and lighting system and demountable rims with 3-inch tires front and rear, for every day in the year has no equal as a family car.' Just as popular on the farm as it is in the city. In fact, it fits the family demands in every vocation of life. Large,roomy seats, finelyupholstered, plate glass windows make it an open car in pleasant weather, while in rainy and inclement weather it becomes a closed car, dust-proofi and rain proof. It is not only comfortable, but really cozy,' and above all, economical in operation and maintenance, and has all the Ford merits of strength and durability. Madison Garage Incorporated . .Richmond, Ky. To Install Dry Cleanery George W. Goodloe is prepar ing to open a modern dry clean ing plant. He has secured the lot in the rear of the Madison Laundry on Second 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. — 3 October 1919

T:. Established .1 865 53d YearNo. 260 Single Copy 5 Cent v .S ' .: .. . o o 11 r o i tt 1 - 'i, - KERRS PITCHIIIC , . BEATS THE REDS ,. . ' -m xu:l In Cincinnati Loses Tlurd Ume In World's Series To Chicago By Score f 3 To 0 The Score II y Innings R H S Cincinnati Chicago ' . ..0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 .' 0 3 1 .0 2 U 1 0 U 0 0 x 3 7 0 (By' Associated Press) . Chicago, Oct. 3 Kerr's phen omenal pitching gave the White Sox the victory in the third "World series game here today, the score being 3 to 0. Kerr allowed the Cincinnati Reds three hits, scat tered through as many innings, and one base on balls, and at no time during the entire game were tliey even in a dangerous position to score. Fisher pitched fairball for Cincinnati but his fielding was not so good, an error by him be inf? a contributing factor in the White Sox scoring. The Sox, however, obtained 6even hits, and several of them were at fairly op portune times. . The line uo: Chicago Liebold, rf ; E. Collins 2b: Weaver. 3b: Jackso...

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 October 1919

Richmond Dafly Register, Richmond, MacHsbn County Friday Afternoon, October 3,1919 ANNOUNCING THE liiiiiisiiiiiwii r 10 Wijr'-i"fi'''y ' 1 ' iii ' "i n i iiin li iii-iii urn ii mil in i nP HE new ClevelandSix is here, the car that automobile dealers have been waiting for and talking about for two years past. It is the 1919 achievement of motordoirw bringing new qualities j new ideals, new excellence into the light-car field, and at a price which will please countless thousands who care for the better things ofjiife. ' ' "." You will admire arid wonder at this new car, for the industry has offered no other like it. You will be delighted with its grace and style. You will marvel at its power and speed and quietness ancTcomfort. Truly here is the car that will dominate' the whole lightxar field. , ; . !..:,,- Skill and Sincerity are Built into This Car ' The Cleveland Six is the product of men splendidly experienced in the -design and making of fine cars, men who have contributed their...

Publication Title: Richmond Daily Register
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