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

rr vn jlL iL-ii EstabHshed 1865 55th Year No. 29 . Richmond, Madison County; Kentucky Tuesday Afternoon,' February 3V 92(i Price Five Cents 1T1 -V. -j..' . ----- . 1MJ1 : i r v JESSE M. DYKES POST STARTS m DRIVE Local Legion Organization Nam ed For Richmond Boy Who Gave Life For His Country Madison Tost No. 12 of the Ameri can Legion has started ofT its drive for new members with enthusiasm. Everyone wil! approve the choice of a name for local .post, it, having been decided to name it the Jesse M. Dykes Post, in honor of the son of City Col lector and Mrs. J. D. Dykes, who lost his life in fighting, on the French fr,ont, a short time before the close of the war. The Legion members made diligent inquiry of official sources, and so far as it could learn Jesse Dykes the first native born son of Madison to'give his life for his country in the fighting on the other side, and it was regarded as extremely fitting and pro per that the Madison county post should be named in his honor. There ...

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 February 1920

7 1 he Richmond Daily itegister luchmcnd, haaoCn voaaty, 1011 ;L. R.J TT ?lilmniMi win 1 1 nniiiMiiim, Richmond Dally Register - , ; Z . . M. SAtTFLBT. Bltr mm .PrrietM Phone 85 DETROIT AUTOMATIC SCALES AMERICAN SLICING MACHINES DRY-KOLD REFRIGERATORS AND MEAT COOLERS Full line of Store Equipment' and Fixtures, all worthy of your consideration, when" in need of them a 104-106 Walnut Street Phones 4159 6327 Lexington, Ky. . IEntered at the poitoCle In RlcbnoBd ta secnd -clua'BUUi n.ttr uader Act .f Uonvreaa of 187. Great Oil Shortage Walter C. Teagle, President of the Stanard Oil Company of New Jersey, predicts that a great problem will have to be met in this country as' re gards making the oil supply meet the demand. Here is part, of a long state ment issued by Mr. Teagle: .' "New uses are -continually." being found for, petroleum .products. We know that . the percentage of growth of the. oil industry during the' past thirty years has averaged 8.54 per cent per annum. ' This may not...

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 February 1920

o o 1, r i ' . ''t 9 ? . f How to Keep Smiling ancl Well ., -'. . . . .. .. '.- ' gjSee that the daily functions are regular and normal X rOU can't exneet the little R3TO ones to be happy and play ful when the head feels dull 1 awl' the stomach bloated. The : norjpial habit of children is to Ire happy and when you notice them . cross and fretful you will usually ' find constipation is responsible. Perhaps they have missed that daily function so necessary to comfort and health. Look at the "" tongue and see if the breath is bad. W atch for belching. These are the tell-tale symptoms of con- ts stipation. Tonight give a little of Dr. Caldwell's Syrup Pepsin, which you can buy at any drug store, and it will act in the morn ing and the troublesome symp toms promptly disappear. ' ' Dr. Caldwell's Syrup Pepsin 13 a combination of simple laxative Lt herbs with pepsin. Unlike the narsuer pnysics it acis Kv.-iuy mm without griping so that while -grownups can use it freely it can 'also be give...

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 February 1920

A -'1-'. r. i-v A- son tagqr.our i .t,r.5w-.. ine rucnmona Lrauv ixemsieijucnmona, maoi ', ; I ; ' KENTUCKY The ' , e.-yf '-'1F:'- '' Doctor Says: Y f ; . r f Yo Neer Sd;EaF.pebpIe4' f V t The physician is tellinar those two patients, each of whom feels "more or less UDset most of the time." : that if "they reduce their weight they will become -I healthier, more contented and longer lived. Overstoutness. imoerits the health in many The accumulations of adipose tissue, packed around lilt; viuii uiaii, uauaubcnuua uisumers, one -of the inost dangeua being1 the lia bility to sudden HEART FAILURE. If you are corpulent, - you know the strain upon your heart, particularly when-compelled to undergo some unexpected activity. Your life is ro stronger than your heart. Don't risk untimely death. I.'v- any physician wlict this means! . REDUCE WEIGHT HAPPILY! Fat people afe often victims of apople-xy, iollapse from heat or sunstroke. The risk of accidents is greater than among: persons f normal ...

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 February 1920

) TOM, JmCMMONID) . ! o O .Established. 1865 55th Year PRISONER'S ESCAPE REPORTED TO COURT 51 t Whan IndSetment Is Brought ; Against Taylor Hurst Much Business-In Circuit Court The escape of Taylor Hurst, a white prisoner fromi the county jail here, which occurred some time ago, be came known' Wednesday morning, when Jailer William Burgess was un able to produpe him in court in , answer to the indictment which the grand jury returned against him for grand larcency. Jailer Burgess report ed to Judge Shackelford that he had been compelled to let the prisoners out of their cells into the walk, to get warm. Judge Shackelford asked him why he didn't have .heat for the prisoners or. report the matter to the County Judge and Fiscal Court. Jail er Burgess, said he had reported the matter time and again but that they would do nothing about it and it was no use reporting it to anyone. It seems that while in the walk, around the cells, Hurst took a notion to leave, so kicked out a window, and ...

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 February 1920

- A TIonhAVlA (S)7 biMi;' 'Ma... lould be serious indeed, if: we werel '" " ' 1 11 " For a Ton of Wilton The Coal that reduces your monthly bills . Feeds and Building Materials r" Richmond Daily Register I. H. SACTXIBT. Entered at the pc. . u second claas mau f Congress of 1875. b I PrriMf in RlctmaoBd .... jr undei Art ' "Analyzing The Plan (Louisville Tost) y TT ? Evening1 Post is indebted to "A Ker i .cky Bar.lcrr" for the following lucid statement : ..tive to the State's of $75,000,000 of State bonds, carrvimr with in an interest and sinking, fund charge against the State of approxi mately $G,000,000 annually: .uung tne past 12 years or ever :np Mr. Beckham left the Governor's the State of Kentucky has been 'n:; excess of . its ' income- The --iimig debt, starting from small ! be ginnings, rapidly mounted . up until it had passed the $1,000,000 mark. It is now, I believe, close to $4,000,000. Fm- finances and i otesriue proposition!. 12 vpn wo 1-10, 7v:'. - - " n.cu. wiftJLg ilU...

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 February 1920

The Richmond Daily Register facKmond, Madison County, Wednesday Afternoon, Febru ary 4, 1 920. Page Three f 1 o Don't Be In A Hurry About Ordering Your Spring Suit THE GLOBE MAN will be here in a few days with a com plete line of Woolens at prices that will interest you.. There is ho use giving up all )rour money for a suit when you can buy a High Class Tailored Suit for a reasonable price. . There is no use buying ready-made clothes when a Globe tailoreclsuit cost so little more, and think of the fit and work manship,' You get a suit made for you and you have an exclusive-pattern. " -; ' .. Wait for further announcements and see the Globe Man when he comes. Rice and Arnold The One Price Hou3e Attends National D. A. R. Meeting -Mrs. Christopher D. Chenault left Tuesday for Washington City to at tend the board meeting of the Nation al D. A. R. and the dinner of Mrs. Guernsey,- the National President Thursday evening. Mrs. Chenault is vice president of the Kentucky. Society and goes 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. — 4 February 1920

J' t ,'t: ITie Richmond'Daily Register Richmond, Madison County, Wednesday Afternoon, Febru ary 4, 1 920. 4 a T; : '' JUS : c '!. - . '. ' : i ; tea . . ? ; svii i '. i- .- r. i &v- - ; ir-' '. j .-: 1 , ta-. I. "ft .Tf'-' - I J I". Fori Breakfast Toast J or Pancakes BRER RABBIT byrap Tomorrow- French With Plenty of N ideal breakfast dish is delicious golden brown French toast with BRER RABBIT Syrup And ; it is the most economical of foods. - BRER RABBIT is the rich-bodied, country made ribbon-cane syrup with the real flavor just as it comes from the country. It costs no more than ordinary syrups. For hot cakes and - hot -breads BRER BABBIT is the ideal spread, KIRKS VILLE Miss SteMa Tussey entertained a few. of her friends at-dinner last Saturday evening in honor of her guest, Miss Verna Curry, of Lex ington Miss Sarah Broaddus enter tained a large number of her friends at the home of Mrs. Al bert Murphy last Saturday night. Miss Lurlie Mae Baker is boarding tith Mrs. W. D. Bro...

Publication Title: Richmond Daily Register
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond daily register. — 4 February 1920

r- ? i -A- ,-:.: Ihe Richmond Daily Register, RicHmoh'd Madison Gunty, Wg3nes3ay,Afternoon February 4, 1 920. - - ' if-.. ' ' 1 6 i t ' If ... i ;,, t i. t i i 4. ? T . ;. !!; J , I is OA a i itfc Ut o h Si; III s i his is .-.r. f 1 fc Its !M I IS M IPS lis !i 1 It IS i i !!; II; h jjl i; 6 4 .is i 1 3 a1 Hi! 12 4. ill HI II i It in hi III - I -' 1 rL Goo.Codkin All The"Kae Don't be too'qulck" to blame' e"cookT for .' poor, unappetizing! food. Perhaps it's the fault of that old', rusty range, If you want good cooking, you must have a good range, : COPPER T , CESS BEARING ' 'Housewives have been praising them for 25 years, because they are absolutc'ly de pendable. The ssbestos-lined oven licats quickly but bakes evenly, and retains the heat so Well that it means a big saving in fuel. Best of all, the body and top rim of the Princess is built of one piece of heavy, rust-resisting iron, which means that as the ytlars go by, there are no joints to widen cut, or bolts to loosen, thus let...

Publication Title: Richmond Daily Register
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond daily register. — 4 February 1920

IKe RicKmonfl Daily RedatglfficKmond. MacEson County, Wednesday Afternoon, February 4, 1920. v it u v 9 I i . r - - v. The Velret tin is twice as big oa shown here "No Rheumatics is a MightyPoor Reason forWearmg aWoodenLeg NO sting or hot burnin' is a mighty weak-knee recommendation for tobacco. But when to bacco is mild and cool, and yet as full of "fun" as a barrel of monkeys well, that's another story that's Velvet And 'cause why? 'Cause Velvet is brought up not jerked up by ; the hair. It's raised as carefully as a favorite child. It's cured in the big fresh air. And it mellows away ; for two years in wooden hogsheads 'til it's smooth and rich as cream. The wonder would be if Velvet wasn't a whacking good pipe smoke. J8& & ' ' with "Let Nature mellow yo9 to bacco an' that tobacco will short mellow yo nature," says Velvet Joe. And he's pretty nearly right. NATURE-AGEING in the wood does more to make tobacco friendly than any camouflage you can cover it with and don't you ...

Publication Title: Richmond Daily Register
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond daily register. — 5 February 1920

IOTMONB EG E Established 1 865 55lh Year No. 31 Richmond, Madison County, Kentucky Thursday. Afternoon, February '5, 1920 rive Cents -4 tiEGRO SOLDIER KILLS LITTLE FAYETTE GIRL THE WEATHER Rain tonight and Friday; warmer Friday. Fearfu Crime Near South Elk-horn-f-Wretch Hurried To . Frankfort Pen Frankfort, Feb. 5 .Will Lockett, re turned overseas negro soldier, saved from lynching when he was spirited front Lexington to the reformatory here last night, after confessing. the killing ''of Geneva Hardman, a school girl, probably will be tried here on a change venue. The Fayette Grand jury is expected to indict him immediately. STORX OF THE AWFUL CRIME Within, a quarter of an hour after she had kissed her widowed mother good-bye at their cottage, near South Elkhorn in Fayette county, and start ed on her way down Harrodsburg road Wednesday morning to school, Geneva Hardman, 11 years old, was dead, the victim, of William Lockett, negro, 33 years old, recently discharged from the army. Lo...

Publication Title: Richmond Daily Register
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond daily register. — 5 February 1920

iiie muuijoiiuVdiiy negisiei' KichriioridiVlaaion County,' Thursday Afternoon, February 5, 1 920 ' CLARK DEMOCRATS ' r FAVOR HOOVER Telephone ($() Right Mow 7 For a Ton of" V WIS toil Feeds Richmond DaHy Register Entered at tne oostoCice in Ricfiaond ! second class man v.tt2r under Actiti.o article on Fertilizers, wsitten f Congress of 1S75. Senator Clarence Miller, of Ir ae, and representing Madison in j upper Hou voted for the :i-to" o resolution in the nat ' rd;iv. Wonder how tobac rs of his district t going to feel iLout it? lain Checks" For Bad Weather Trade Ever hear of a hardware store .nding out rain checks ? When - e Swalm Hardware Co., of Dttsville. Pa, said it would do :is people . i up and took no ce, for the suggestion was jmethjng new, at least in these arts. ' The Swalm Co. and the weath r man have been at odds all fall, vith rain .i every job every le the atore staged some spe A sale. The goods were on and, the money had ben spent for advertising and windo.. trims, s...

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 February 1920

Hie RicKmond Daily Rej&tetfc County, Thursiday Afternoon, February 5, 1920; ' race ihree n ti ALHAMBRA FRIDAY LOUIS BENNINSON AWiU and wolly western' story, 2 reel comedy and Holmes travel t.'-.'' :r'i:liWi.,L!lrl-:l' t ... . ', . Picture '' SATURDAY "PLAYTHINGS OF PASSION" with KITTY GORDON PEARL WHITE in . "THE BLACK SECRET" and Mutt & Jeff Cartoon Comedy OPERA HOUSE IN ; : 1?. "' Hear the Dersop Musical "HIGH POCKETS" . - tiety en thtt side. V Tive ; TRICES 20c AND 30c i o to ri o Entertain Only FriemM ' At Your Table 11 Some people have been entertaining a secret enemy at the breakfast table for years. Coffee has a subtle smile, but the caffeine in it harms many. t v: There's a kindly, cheery, satisfying table drink, wait ing to be your breakfast companion and constant friend. '.: s ... ,. Send Word to Your Grocer Today For - .... .....'' The wholesomeness of pure grains, a rich pleasing flavor resembling coffee, a freedom from any nerve , irritant has become the favorit...

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 February 1920

I . .. - , I .. '. " . . ' r The Richmond Daily Registet ffii-hmond.: Madison vCornityJliursdayjAfternobn, Feb ruary'5,' 1 920 ' A i i i '.i - ! i , i i ! . ! Place Yomir Q met mow For A i meteor And you won't regret it, as our allotment is limiteij. Now;is' the1 time to get ready ofr Spring plowing. .Your Tractor makes7 plowing easy. It will enable you to raise larger crops at less expense. The Fordson Tractor is equipped with drive pulley and you can r JB 3?"" 1 Saw Wood, Cut Ensilage, Thresh Wheat3 Crush Rock, Run Grist ID It runs on Kerosene annd has the fin est power plant of any machine we know of. Come in and let us demonstrate it. We like to demonstrate this machine for like all Ford products it is absolutely dependable. We give Ford service with the Tractor and that means much to our pa trons. Respectfully, . Jl 7 Rktimoiid Motor , Incorporated Company WORKERS ARE PAYING , ' INCOME f AXES NOW CLASSIFIED ADS. , For Sale SIIOI'S FOR SALE Slightly worn, repaired, rt-.-nly to w...

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. — 5 February 1920

- 'X- tthe Kichmohd DeSy -RefeteiRichmond Madfcoh'CourityV' Thursday Afternoon February 5,1 920 . 1 f i t DIRECT DEALING PAYS BEST v When cream is ready to sell, the hard work has been done and you should not permit any outsiders to make an extra profit off your efforts. ... : ' . . You can ship your cream DIRECT to the Tri-State and save from 3 to 5cents per lb. of butter-fat It is just as easy to de- "i Jiver the cream to a railroad station as to a buying station. -The Tri-State .pays" the freight; and' guarantees your cream ',' against loss in transit. ''.' Mrs. Thos. Daxilton, Fecbles, O. writes us on Nov. 25, 1919 "I have shipped cream to the-Tri-State Butter Co. for three years and .have been satisfied. I have xsold cream to cream stations in order to return the empty can with me, as I live 9 ,tniles from the railroad and always lost from $1.50 to $2.00 - ori every can of cream sold to agents. " fWe Pay the Freight and per Pound tor Butter Fat Week of Feb. 2 to 8, inclusive TH...

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. — 5 February 1920

- " - " IKe RicKmbnd DaQy Registerichmoncl. Madison County, Thursday Afternoon, February 5, 1 920 " ( OOOOOOObOOOOOOOO'OOObOOpOOOOOOoOOpOOOOOO o o o ( v c V V (K CM cx: $ & ci! a Qi O a a Qi CI; a cm TED sftsiTLiiipaiinitt Service A la Carte at all hours Lunch 12 to 1:30 . Special Sunday Dinner Sunday evening, 6 to 8 O O o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o p o o INCOME TAX MEN HERE THIS WEEK I cpoooooooo0OooocoGooQooooooooooopooooo . i, C.corge B. Selby, prominent music ..director of Louisville, was killed Sun- ' day- by a street car. ' One hundred auto busses are to bo stuited "in Louisville March . 1st; with fare at three cents and transfers. HEARD ABOUT TOWN The building recently vacate by the Dixie Dry Cleanery on f Mg " ' . . : - - - - - - - - -1 Second street, is undergoing lm . . .... . . ? 'provements on the inside of the n '.-.Track We have a car load first class 4-inch block coal at :-T ITD Now On The Track 0 n i n S ti p p D y(Q . Phone 75 building,, preparatory...

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 February 1920

rr 3B Established 1865 55th Year No. 32 Richmond, Madison County, Kentucky Friday Afternoon, February 6, 1920 Price Five Cents 'RlCMMOKJl)) .Em b INSTALLING FAMOUS VIIICIIESTER SYSTEM lydimond Welch Co. Rapidly Preparing Home Here For ' . 'Formal Opening Soon Everyone is watching with in tense interest . the splendid pro gress that is being made on the home of the Richmond Welch Co. on West Main street. The hand some big show windows are about completed, the heating plant is now in working order and things are shaping up rapidly. With construction work under way and everyone busy getting things straightened, customers climbed over barricades in front, and weaved their way through work men, and insisted upon buying something like $30,000 worth of the first merchandise that was brought in during January. Work is being pushed as fast ; as possible so that the formal opening may not be delayed long er than possible. Window glasses are in place and oak backs and panels are going in. Glas...

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 February 1920

r- .1- . 3 the Richmond Daily Register Richmond, MadisonXountyjri jay Afternoon, February, 1 WO Richmond' Daily Register INFLUENZA AND v I . Genuine Jellico H. RIOIIT, Editor an 4 FntriHM WEAK BLOOD Entered at the poatolllce. In Rlcnmond u second class nan mmttar -under Act f Congress of 187. nn Run Down And Listless Condition THE WELCH STORES May Make You A Target For The "Flu" : ,i - ... Because Bleed Is Probably Thita V v in U jm a (Continued. from Page-1) 3 High in Heat Units ; Low In Ash And Price L. R. Blaeton Phone '85 is a K 'atari and Requires 1 E.emy 1 7 T a . Thro . o iceshift remedies . to the. :. -..u get on the right treatment. Get a bottle of S. S. S. today, and commence a treatment that has been praised by sufferers lor nearly halt a century. ; v.- s; rrfts ricrht at the source of Catarrh,, and forces from the blood the er.T:S which, cause the disease. For V c;al medical ad vice free reirr your own case, address M e'dkai Director, 51 Swift Laboratory, AtLuita. Ga. . ...

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 February 1920

Page Three , ALHAMBRA MATINEE dPERA HOUSE NIGHT Prices 20c and 30c, War Tax Inc. FRIDAY PEARL WHITE in "THE BLACK SECRET A MUTT AND JEFF CARTOON and THE DERSON MUSICAL FIVE MONDAY ELAINE HAMMERSTEIN in 'THE COUNTRY COUSIN" Smashing Barriers No. 15; Elmo Lincoln in Elmo the Fearless No.l SATURDAY LOUIS BENNPON m "high podfctffs; TWO DOLLARS PLEASE" Paramount Trwelegu ;r KITTY GORDON in "PLAYTHINGS OF: PASSION" Hie RlcKmonH Daily Register fochmond. Marion County. Friday Afternoon, February 6, 1 920 Regular Habits Produce Deauthul tohiDl .A exion Daily elimination rids the system of poisons. Women should realize that! MANY women complain daily "pf their complexion, of their headaches and gen eral ill health, little realizing that the trouble is constipation. Women, oo, are much more sub ject to such congestion than men, and much more careless of it. The result is seen in lasterless, g weary eyes, in sallow, pimply complexion, in lassitude, bad . breath, and in that word so often used, ...

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 February 1920

ageFour.'SiS Fhe Richmond Daily Renter Kichmotia;-Madrs6n County ,Friday Afternoon, February 6,rl 92ft i it: I 1 7 L ! They will give ypu songs and dances, the very latest popular hits, gems of Grand Opera, fairy tales, quaint ani mal recitations for the kiddies ( Joy and mirth for all the family everyday of every year. FURNITURE, CARPETS, STOVES, RANGES Yellow Mustard For Rheumatism A good hot mustard plaster or poultice is pretty sure to over co me mo st rheu m a t i c pains and even scia tica and gout but it's a mussy affair and generally blisters. Heat is ab solutely, neces sary if you want perma nent relief. Bogy's Musta rine, , made of true yellow mustard with pain relieving ingredients added is just as hot. is cheaper, cleaner and more effective chan the old fashioned poultice or plaster and cannot blister. Besides rheumatic pains and swellings Bevy's Mustarine is speedily effective for lumbago, backache, neutritis, pleurisy, bronchitis, sore throat, chest . colds and all ach...

Publication Title: Richmond Daily Register
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