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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond daily register. — 3 January 1920

V . - HM(0M) ' Established 1 865 55th Year No. 3 Richmond, Madison County, Kentucky .) Saturday Afternoon, January 3, 1919 Price Five Cents V Y i S lo i V 7 ROUND-UP OF REDS iS NATION-WIDE Department cf Justice Believes It Has Brcken Back of Alien Radicalism In U. S. (liy Associated Press) Washington, Jan. 3 Arrests in the nation-wide radicals last night and today had exceeded 4, 500 at r.oon, estimated at the De partment of Justice. Officials said more than half will be held for deportation. Assistant At torney General Garvin, in charge of the raids, said more than 2,000 persons are held on "perfect cases," and that the raid promised not only to be greatest in scope but also the greatest in results of any in history. In every city where, raiding ma chinery was set in motion, he said success attended the efforts. Four thousand warrants Avere issued but the . arrests exceeded that number. The government's drag net was thrown out in two score cities where Department of Justice agents ...

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 1920

Pcige Twor fhe Richmond Daily Register ftchmond, Madison County, Saturday Afternoon, January 3, 191 9. Accessories Repairing Automobile; Passenger Cars Trucks - ! I I Richmond Daily Register? j , S Automobile Section J J Saturday, Jan. 3, 1920 1 ij 1 M V - v I ilk fax g pwM 'iiiilitiiMU'iuiiJiiJifMiiiUajiiwu..i. ii, iiWjfti.WTOKMT g Paige Chandler Cleveland 1 ' Place your ojrder now for Spring delivery WHEN IN LEXINGTON SI ? 90 CARS BURN IN WE INVITE YOU TO CALL NEED A NEW TOP? If your car needs a new top or if the curtains need repairing, brin it to bur shop. Mr. Ld. Mixon. a skilled lop maker is in charge of this deparment and we guarantee first class work. LUXON GARA C3lL GOULD; BATTERIES AND SERVICE STATION , FISK TIRES ACCESSORIES JEWEL - HAWTHORNE IfJTOR COMPANY MANY MEN IIEREAI'.OUTS HAVE SHARED THE EXPERIENCE OF THE OWNER WHO TOED US THAT HE HAD DRIVEN CADILLACS FOR SEVEN . YEARS AND COULD NOT RECALL A SINGLE INSTANCE WI IERE I IE WAS DELAYED BY MECHANICAL TROUBLE, LEXINGTON...

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 1920

I - V 1, -.. f-J. I J r - - This Man Fought Against Most Terrible Odds V 1 :'feOBESFREE:EUaiOm1GHTii I Ml l.llll. 1MB I M III Ml Mil WUMM M.I I II I I M I I I II I , ., i ., - - : ' " . ' - g -y : ; " " ... PMI : 111 : M Paiy : Opgn? j I B - - -mgg ebj - 1 ' " Playing a return engagement by 'N II I:JW,;- .V-: .-iWuslcai Comedy Stock Co. tteVg l?IUHo .iU5 C,U-J SOCIAL AND PERSONAL Beautiful Tea Dance : Miss Bessie Miller entertained vevy A NERVOUS WRECK From Ttree Years' Suffering. Szji Cardui Made Her Well ? Texas City, Tex. In an interestipg ttitrnient, Mrs. G. H. Schill, of this town, ays: "Fcr three years I suffered untold tgony wiib rcy bead. I was unable to do any of my work. - I just waated to sleep all the time, for that was the caly ease 1 could get, when I was asleep. I became t nervous wreck fust frem 'the awful suffering with my bead., . " , - I wasso nervous Cssi the least colas would make me jiunp out of my bed. I had no energy, and was unable to do toyth'ir.g, My son, ...

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 1920

Page Four flKe KicKmon'd Daily Register, Richmond Madison County, Saturday Afternoon, January 3, 1919 '''''atMtsamBammmmmmmmmmmmammmmmmammmmmmmmmummammmmu - mi mum "inn km; aneaai HEARD ABOUT TOWN THE UNIVERSAL CAFi DONT DEPEND ON SPRING DELIVERIES Spring deliveries of Ford cars have never been certain, and they should not be depended upon. Demand has always been greater for Ford cars than the supply or production.' So, if you would be sure of having a Ford car, buy it now while deliveries are possible. Don't wait even next month is an uncertainty. Only a limited, specified number of cars has been allotted to this territory. That allotment cannot be increased, because the demand all over the country is greater than the supply or production. Get your order in now, and you will be one of those who is sure of a Ford car out of our allotment. It's first come first served. All orders are filled in rotation. So, if you would be fore handed, if you would be certain of having a Ford Car whe...

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. — 5 January 1920

v. Established 1865 55th Year No. 4 Richmond, Madison County, Kentucky Monday Afternoon January 5, 1920 Price Five' Gents 4 ! O 2.75 BEER DECLARED UNCONSTITUTIONAL By Supreme Court and Vohtead ActIs Also Sustained In Opinion Today ' (Ey Associated Press) Washington, Jan. 5 The ( Su preme Court today declared' con stitutional the section of the Vol stead prohibition act prohibiting the manufacture and sale of "beer, wine or other intoxicating malt or vinous liquors" contain ing one half of one per cent or more of alcohol. The court also decided been containing 2.75 per cent alcohol is illegal under the war time prohi bition act and incidentally held under the Avar emergency, Con gress has a right to suppress the sale of intoxicating liquors. Associate Justice Brandeis, who rendered the opinion of the court, said the right of Congress to sup press the liquor traffic is not an implied power but the power is expressly granted. The court's opinion was divid ed, VandeVenter, ' McReynolds ...

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. — 5 January 1920

f Page Two The Richmond Daily Register, Richmond Madison County, , Monday Afternoon, January 5, 1 920 Richmond Daily Register CM. SAtUXBTS. Editor am Prrletl bettered .l Uie poatoftlce In KK-.bmond m second class mall matter under Act f Consrrfla of 1876. Subscriptions r atrlctfr cash-ln-J-Ac to all and paper will b stopped romptljr vbea subscription has ax-treL UNTIL ycu feed Tuxedo Hog-Ration you cannot know how cheap ly pork can be developed. . Tuxedo is a quick fattener a never-failing pro ducer of live, sturdy, good looking hogs. The formula is compounded along lines suggested by a prominent State Experiment Station Ofilr'al. Note of what Tuxedo . Hog Ration is made, and you will understand why it is so very . nutritious: N Digester Tankage, Gdrn Meal, Ground Barley, Ground Cats, Wheat ' Mid i dlings, Old Process Oil Meal, Gluten Feed, ' Alfalfa " Meal. This balanced mixture is sweetened with Cane Molasses. -. V A TVT A T "7QTCJ. FROTEIN 14.5: FIBRE' 7 ilM I L.J X OiO . CARBOHY...

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. — 5 January 1920

7 ITie Richmond Daily Rcgistet Richmond; Madison County, h,- Monday Afternoon, January 5, 1 920 'r jq?. Page Ihree - SEE HOW HE DID IT IN Always !ame 30 Cents ? P n Thrills! v THE GREATEST. DRAMA of HUMAN EMOTION THURS. & FRIDAY 20 Cenls- 1 i.Hiiinw ii .-.J- -S AIHAMBRA This Man Fought Against the Most Terrible Odds The Greatest Racing Drama of the World n! nn jg I PRICES stery w u 'in s yyy ? i Love i V ho AIHAMBRA Matinee & Night I : MONDAY I . TUESDAY WEDNESDAY ORCHESTRA PRICES 20 and 30c CONSTIPATION QUICK RELIEF FROM GetDr. Edwards' Olive Tablets v hliat is the 'joyful cry of thousands ; since Dr. Edwards produced Olive i Tablets, the substitute for calomel. 1 -Dr. Edwards, a practicing physician, for 17 years and calomel's old-time enemy, discovered the formula for Olive Tablets while treating patients for chronic constipation and torpid livers. i)r. Edwards' Olive Tablets do not contain calomel, but a healing, soothing vegetable laxative. No griping is the "keynote" o...

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. — 5 January 1920

i''-. ? MT V" flHC TTUIFIf! MOREAKSJYIJOLDI ?i:Dr. Kins's New Du- cCaTcry for fifty years : ?iVv . b cold-breaker" FTfYl'UIKn hnt sustained finality UMand unfailing effectiveness can 'fironsesHch enthusiasm. Noth- but sure relief from stubborn IAnlAs nnd nnrnshlntr new ones. ippe, throat-tear ins coughs, and oup couia nave maae ur. ivmg Discovery the nationally popu- na standard remeay it is toaay. Lt rv-v1 fnf tho irhnlo fnmilv. . WAV UUUU ' ' " . w - ml - . A 1 bottle In the medicine cabinet tnitns a short-lived cold or cough. rtJjsad. ?120. All druggists. Jilular Bowels Is Health ikwls that move , spasmodically jTree one day and stubborn the A--should Hbe healthfully repu hUd by Dr. King's New Life Pills, la thlway you keep the impurities At waste "matter from circulating 'tifoUjhf the system by cleansing b bowels thoroughly and promot fcX the proper flow of bile. tflilld, comfortable, yet always re Jtible, Dr. King's New Life Pills -. wfcrk with precision without the 0&tipat...

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 1920

Established 1865 55th Year No. 5. :mm Richmond, Madison County, Kentucky Tuesday Afternon, January 6, 1920 Price Five Cents ! t - i SOW MAKES STRONG MESSAGE Urges Many Needed Reforms In His First Message To Leg islaiure Tcday . O., associated Press) Frankfort, Ky., Jan. 6 Twelve recommendations were made in Gov. Morrow's first message to the General Assembly when it convened here today. They in cluded: Abolishment of useless offices, 'boards and commissions Repeal of the control law and divorcement of state institutions from politics. School legislation, includng a survey commission. Removal of the judiciary from politics and election under a non partisan plan. Ratification of the federal suf frage amendment. Enforcement of national state-wide prohibition. Repeal or amendment of compulsory primary law. Dismissal of officers who and the sur- render prisoners to mobs. Development of the state's ag ricultural and natural resources, including stimulation and protec tion of the oil and g...

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 1920

PageTwo The Richmond Daily Register, Richmond Madison County, Tuesday Afternoon, January o o o o o o 9 1wj ' We are a member of the Federal Reserve System of Barms Your Tobacco Money The time to invest the profits from your tobacco crop is NOW. This should be clone before the money is invested in some chance scheme or spent recklessly. The Guaranty Bank and Trust Company stands ready at all times to give .sound financial advice to farmers desiring to make investments. To substantiate these claims we ask you to make inquiry from among farmers who are doing business with us. The Farmer knows how to raise tobacco and we know how to make him more money from his harvest. We Pay 4 Per Cent On Time and Savings Deposits SAFETY SERVICE oiaraii Bank Trust Co. Comer Short and Upper Streets' LEXiNGTOFf, KENTUCKY . Gias. Land, President -T. C. Bradley, Vice President Wm. H. Porter Vice President end Cashier F. L. Snyder, Assistant Cashier WE BELIEVE IN LEXINGTON and KENTUCKY : Richmond Daily Reg...

Publication Title: Richmond Daily Register
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond daily register. — 6 January 1920

. V C4 v.j a" : Die Richmond Daily Register, Richmondr Madison County.Tuesday Afternoon, January 6, Page three I ' I 10 4 ' I 1 -..- ' f '.:l'tia . sr.- - Sir 1 . f . 3F is OX As. ts W - 9 w Regular Habits Produce a Beautfiol Complexion Dally elimination rids the system of poisons. -Women should realize that! r ? ANY. women complain ' 1 ! . 1 1 aaiiy oi tneir complexion, n. of their headaches and een- ;yral ill , health, little realizing 'nthat the trouble is const ination. t Women, too, are much more subr ject to such congestion than men, "rarid much more careless of it. ,-rThe result i3 seen in lasterless, c.peary eyes, in sallow, pimply complexion, in lassitude, bad ...breath, and in that word so often . used, "indisposed." . .v At the first sign of these symp o'toms the wise woman will take a laxative, and will see that the .-young girl and others in her care .:- do likewise. Dr. Caldwell's Sy nip "'Pepsin is the favorite with thou- 3 51, r Psands of women because it is mild at-...

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 1920

jfie KicKmonH Daily Register, RicEmon3 Kiaclison County, TuesHay Afternoon, January .1 r It 1 'X SPLENDID CITIZEN LUST AT-SPEEDWELL TKE CTNIVERCAL CAR. i m Your Ford Car Now To make sure of getting a Ford car, buy one now. Don't wait until spring but buy now while deliveries are possible. -Even next month is an uncertainty. The number of Ford cars allotted to this territory is limit ed and specified. Even to get our allotment, we must have real bona-fide orders for cars. Just so many cars are allotted ; just so mam- will get cars; will you be one of them? Those who order their cars now will be protecting themselves. If you would be forehanded, get j-our name on an order today. Don't think that you cannot use it if you get it now. The four seasons ate all alike to the Ford car. It is a necessity every month of the year. Besides, the Ford car is lowest in upkeep cost and easiest in operation. And the new Ford electric starling and lighting system makes driving more con venient. Your o...

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. — 7 January 1920

A1LY fiEGJISTBE; Established 1865 55th Year No. 6 Richmond, Madison County, Kentucky Wednesday Afternoon, January 7, 1 920 Price Five Cents. rrn Til WAR-TIME PHONE RATES TILL AUG. Are Granted By City Council Mayor Wants All Complaints - , of Poor Service y After a lengthy and prolonged argument, participated in by a number of prominent citizens of Richmond, as well as councilmen and Officials, the council by a vote of four to two Tuesday night, de cided to allow the Cumberland Telephone and Telegraph Com pany to continue war time ph. ine rates until August 1 next. At that-time, the financial status of the company's business here is to be submitted to the council, and an estimate made as to a reason able5 and fair rate for servic? m the city, provided that the council has reason to believe that there has been good service rendered. Many of those speaking at the meeting said they had no objec tion' to paying a higher rule if the company furnishes a ?ati ; factory service something whi...

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. — 7 January 1920

ine Kichmond Daily Register, Kichmond Madison County,; WednesdayAftemoon, -January, 7, ?1 920 , WO p, Noi? Is a Good Time To Drive The TroqUelt lie Blood. Summereatarrhfwitb its nause ons icharge staffed p glands. diffia- breathing, ;:and .summer colds. is-lad enough, but the worst cf it is yet to come-if you neglect to check-the growth that is form ing to attack, vou with : ten-fold greater power during the winter. That's why,it'? o important -to treat catarrh and othrr blood dis orders l with S, $, S.: during warm weather, and thus free the system MY FINANCIAL I call them-the officers of the Southern National Bank with whom I hold frequent consultations, said a commercial patron. "Intake my problems to them unhesitatingly, and I wouldn't hink of taking a vital "business step or making a contemplated 'nvestment without advising with them." "Their unvarying friendly interest and practical advice and suggestion never fail to give me new vision and courage." Accounts Invited and Appre...

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. — 7 January 1920

X . I J V" The Richmond Daily Register, Richmond Madison County, Wednesday Afternoon, January 7, 1 920 fage three. V -V BAD BREATH tJr. Edwards Olive Tablets Get - at the Cause and Remove It Dr. Edwards' . Olive Tablets., the tldbstitute for calomel, act gently on the bowels and positively do the work. People afflicted with bad breath find quick relief through taking them. : Dr. Edwards' Olive Tablets are a igetable compound mixed with olive oil They act gently but firmly on the bowels and liver, stimulating them to natural action, clearing the blood, and purifying the entire system. They do , that which calomel does, without any of the bad after effects. Take one or two every, night for a week and note the . phasing effect. 10c and 25c a box. 'J JUISS CAMDEN ill in CHINA News comes to Hon. and Mrs. J. N. Camden, of Spring ' Hill, Woodford county, thatv their daughter, Miss Tevis, is ill; from an atack of pneu monia. She is at Shanghai, China, cne of the stopping places of the par t...

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. — 7 January 1920

' -' t '.' V -'"'-' r ,5 i.-i.ry.-f v".k- . .-.' - "V - : ' - ; "V - -V- V - ' V :' ' !. l.S". 4 :T-'T Page Feb? Hie Richmond Gountv.We Afternoori, January 7, 1920 r ALHAMBRAVrpNIGHT PRICES. 20 and 30 CENTS 2 BIG FEATURESI2 REELS DOROTHY GISH IN rrURN ING THE TABLE" MARAGUERITE CLARK IN "MIS5 GEO. -WASHINGTON" r -v 2 FAMOUS STARS - AH-'. T mm " ' -:rv-,------ ;--' - ;'.,.,.. ... , , . ; ' r'-l VcJj-en3 IfoQse Pikrif c ' - ; VMrp;andftirs.- and daughter, ;Miss Pattie-"Efeik, -Jliss bank, all .of. Clark &ytt&fi -wre in4m bers of - a liou'se prty: f of ' week end with -ias - Elveteev entry.r ! 1 ' -1 I d TV - -. t racing story :in ihe world with thoroughbreds and Mhlife inteiir with a basic drarna'of j&ehumaxi emotions LRARIBRA THURSDAY FRIDAY V-; 4 ri-. nin nivcv- 1HU UAIO jliii'vOeary -CD XVIIILIAM POX rifODucxioN- ore die si OPERA HOUSE 1 1 1111 A DV Oth AND 9th , JAllUHn I 0 BowTOan-HdrriSoii 1 ', Miss Heleri isowrtan of Terea7 and Mr.v03car Harrison, of; White. Station...

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. — 7 January 1920

I. 14 ) I,- Jli,Li.3liiJ:?:lsyiil8 Uifc V A1 rWaaam3la.1B!a.la'B.l f.viv-. V' O'O 41: P O N ARKEl( TIRE fit RUBBER CO , , ; ; 3 "Nuf Said' - III lA " I EM Put .-y.obligationwpart g 'HARDWARE Vj U-fyfv. -;: : v- - , " v r; pocket cutlery. '. ' ' ' jffcjif' ' " ' - ' " ' r 'H,' I FLASH LIGHTS,vETC . ... ite:-!-' - :; ' -r: ' " ' ' " ' ' n li : ! V . ' g 1 J, CALVlNcTAYLORt I ft . - , . -v. - ?J .. -.. ..... i . IIMltei 1 V. . A.tW. , , , . . .... ,;m;r.... ' Agency td Let Direct Factory Distributor's Propositjfon! Giving-exclusive right of dales agency, for which we , make, no charge, ' to right : party " who, 'will .. open a small exclusive tire ietore : or install a tire department inlstore already established, . fom&fi Our present factory distributlirg amenta are doing a bi business and ordering more tires daily. Their; ' customers are coming j back for - "Parkers"; all v around, and, they; are also recommending Parker Su-j . per-Size CordTires to their friends.'; . Our factory...

Publication Title: Richmond Daily Register
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond daily register. — 7 January 1920

Pace Six The luLiiinond Daily Register, Richmond Madison County, Wednesday Afternoon, January 7, 1 920 O () o o o b o o ! o o o 1-2- i o ! O O 1 o i Q la f6 O O o o Q Q 11 J oJJSlIFQ.I3JiaiIPy UAJ Starts Saturday, January 10th, and Closes Saturday, January 24th Our entires stock will be offered in this Clearance Sale at prices that are positively lower than the wholesale prices today of the same goods. Men of "experience in the manufacture of various raw materials, such as Cotton Goods, Silks, Etc., tell us that the crest of high prices has not been reached, and with the present high cost of raw materials and labor, the next twelve months will see no relief. So with conditions as they are today you can see that it is to your advantage to buy your needs now. We are going to make this sale the biggest in the history of this store if good merchandise and right prices will do it, and we urge you to be here SATURDAY, January 10th., when thousands of dollars worth of merchandise in all th...

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. — 8 January 1920

'Ha wmmB IS Establish 1 865455th Year No; 7 Richmond, Madison County, Kentucky Thursday Afternoon, January 8, 1920 Price Five Cents j V f r t v - FRICO FOR BIG (MENTION Democrats May NamCandldate In California Prate For Wilson's Great Vrk City Associated P Washington, Jan. i-ResoIu-tions endorsing the trea- of Ver sailles and denouncing aunpatri otic the a'ttitude of Seniors who would defeat it or by hllifying reservations, were unanimously dopted today by the Democratic .National Committee misession here. "Arrogant" republican header ship of the Senate was debunced : as having earned the "cii tempt of the world" by throtthg the treaty for seven months hd the Senate is called upon t "quit playing politics with thelques- tion of ratification. , reviewing tne legisiatiM re cord of the two Wilson adminis trations and manner in whii the war was won, the resolutionlalso expressed gratification that! the President is regaining his htilth after his breakdown, "due lately to his efforts for...

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. — 8 January 1920

w is, Ihe Kictimond Daily" Kegister : Kichmohi?; ladisdn County Thursday Afternoon, January 8, "1 920 : k wo 1 WORLD RENOWN ARTiST-GREAT ENGLISH VIOLINIST WILL VISIT RICHMOND Sat aauraay ! At 8 And'Her $20,000 Stradivarius - Australian Artist Eileen Beatrice at the Piano HALF OF PROCEEDS TO ASSOCIATED CHARITIES v Committee Mayor L. P. Evans, Dr. Telford, ; ' " Dr. Homer W. Carpenter, Dr.'M. T. 'Chand ler, Dr. O. O. Green. . PRICES $1.99 and 50 CENTS The name of tlio HsE vn he announced later T ranks with Kricsler, Ysaye and Elman over auto troubles when all roads lead to our Auto Hospital where we opcir.tc on them and return them to Vou in perfect trim, kill cf life and vigor. . I iresj I uses, Uils ana access Gasoline by the visible measure where you get all you pay for. , Special reduction cn Lubricating Oils. . Get our price. We can save you money. Startol 47 Corner Of Third V , J j i i ' f r t i l l I l l I l l - I You can save from a third to a half of your fuel and have a much...

Publication Title: Richmond Daily Register
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