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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond daily register. — 5 March 1920

liiiii rr HE Established 1865 55th Year No. 55 Richmond, Madison County, Kentucky Friday Afternoon, March 5, 1 920 Price Five Cents BALLARD AMENDS " COUNTY UNIT DOG LAW Madison Scion Puts License Fees at $1 and $2 Drys Put Over Enforcement Bill Frankfort, Ky., March 5 Rejecting nearly all amendments to the bone-dry enforcement measure, the Senate to day passed the bill favored by the Anti-Saloon League by a vote of 31 to 6. ; Senator Stoll's amendment giving an owner of liquor the right to remove it from one residence to another when procuring a Government permit, and the amendment of Senator Gardner striking from the bill the provision providing for the plaintiff, which shall be taxed as a part of the costs of the conviction", were adopted. Wet Senators fought every inch of ground and personalities frequently were indulged in. The dry organiza tion, however, did not slip a cog, and through the leadership of Senator Nunn and Swineford, defeated every objectionable amendment. The joi...

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 March 1920

Place your order today f or ere White North Delivered to any part .- -'- the county Gome in and let us give you our quotations LANTON : PHONE 85 ' Richmond Daily Register S. M. SAEFLEV, Editor and Proprietor Entered , at the postof flee in Rich mond as second class mail matter under Act of Congress of 1S75. AFTER FOUR YEARS Richmond Testimony Unshaken Renttems Suhacrtprtion listen Per year by mail'' 53.00 Six months, by mail $2.00 Three months. bv mail .L.... j. 41.00 One -month - by mail 50c In city by carrier per week.-.10c Subscriptions are strictly cash-in -advance to all and paper wil? be stopped promptly When subscription has ex pired. - ' . . ; .'. i At Lexington Fletcher Mann has brought suit against William Broad- rch far $1,100 as the value of two mules killed on the highway by de f ettdant'g automobile, -which ran " through a drove, lie alleges. At Nicholasville a machine belong ing to the telephone , company driven by C. E. Vanardsdall was wrecked in collision with the c...

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 March 1920

flie Kichmon'd Dafly Register, RicHmond Mauison County, Friday Afternoon, March 5, 1920 Hear the Der3on Musical Five for , . the last time. .1 . - - f- l TONIGHT NORMA TALMADGE and THOS. MEIGHAN in "THE HEART OF WETONA" "Too Good to be True" a Senriett comedy and Travelogue. SATURDAY 1 PEARL WHITE in "THE BLACK SECRET" CARTOQN COMEDY MUTT AND JEFF A real wfjd and wooly western j picture, -with a thrill, a throb and I a punch ' . t I:. x ? ALHAMBRA OPERA HOUSE PRICES 20c and 30c War Tax Included DUSTIIl Fl MONDAY WILL ROGERS in "Water, Water, Everywhere" A 7 Hi "A MAN IN THE OPEN" I- v-' 10 r: V. How to .Ceep my smiling and Yell See that the daily functions are regular and normal y; 'OU can't expect, t bo lrillo ones to ikj ful when and the storau normal habit of chili happy and when cross and fretful you will usuuiiy lind 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...

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 March 1920

Page Four, 9 B Q Q a Q o o o -' o o o d o o o o o , o g ; 8: "DON'T Shoot Till You See The Whites of.Their Eyes" " This Famous Expression Is Addressed to All Investors . $ DON'T Listen to hearsay, or be misled by overenthus- n iastic salesmen -when- Investing: yonr akonry. DON T JuiiiD at conclusions, but be jrulded by Cold Facts that caa stand ud under the most careful . investigation of men who know. DON'T Take the advice of FrInd (J)" whose . Judg ment is no better than yours, and whose only rea son for advising you to "stay out" of a proven, profitable business is their own selfish interests. DON'T ass Th? OPPOrtnnlry. but for vour own benefit Investigate l, who proudly and right fully claim to have and are offering the Most Profitable and Safest Investment in the World. IlyVc.br jour money in a bvsiness where the chance of ios im no Busier tcan bavins it in i banks. trons. INVEST-INVEST- FACT 1-FACT2- FACT 3- -In a comcany where the manajreinent la honest and competent. Tn this...

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 March 1920

- - . V The lvicjnuond Daily Register, Richmond Madison County, Friday Afternoon, March 5, 1 920 SffiSmSBW. FageFive - M ?; Si t ! i Si i ? -t i I 9 f s; ? i: i 1! J: i- !! It t'v i i : Si f I U , o v - -FISHERMEN AND OTHERS INTERESTED - In-order 'to be able to exercise . Tnore complete control over con ditions at and about its reservoirs, the water company has discontin ued the sale of daily fishing tick ets and hereafter will issue sea ,cson tickets only. The new ticket , -might easily be taken for an edu yfcational leaflet, and, is in fact. Wc imagine it is really intended pto-.serve a double purpose. Any . way, here it is : ' Fishing Ticket For Season of 1920 ' - Not Transferable' (Not.walid unless signed by an of ficer of the company) The reservoirs of this company were built- expressly and solely for themrpose of providing clean and pure water for the inhabit ants of Richmond. And it neces sarily follows that they and the premises about them can be used incidentally for other ...

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 March 1920

Page Six IKe Richmond Dafly Register fticKmoncI, Madison County, Friday Afternoon, March 5, 1 920 41 Percent Protein SEED HEARD ABOUT TOWN Have another car of 41 per cent Cotton Seed Meal now running and will book your order. You had best be sure you have enough to finish your cattle. GORDON FEEDS BUILDERS MATERIALS TORPEDOED! Don't blast your Liver and Bowels, but take "Cascarets." I AMBITIOUS DARKEY i ? I Says the Clarksville Leaf-Chronicle: I " Visitor "Rastus Johnson is very ! .shiftless, isn't he?" " ' , - Sambo "No, suh. Dat man am de f jr.icst ambitious niggah what is." I j "Yessuh. He says he won't be. satis- fied until his wife am doin' all de f ' washin's in town. OH. LET'S DON'T People With Thin, Pale Blood Are Listless And Want To Do Little More Red Blood Cells Needed lou men and women who can't get feeling right who have headache, coated tongue, bad taste and foul breath, dizziness, can't sleep, are bilious, nervous and upset, bothered with a sick, gassy, disordered sto...

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 March 1920

The .Riot STEM Established 1865--55thYear No. 56 Richmond, Madison County, Kentucky Saturday Afternoon, March 6, 1920 Price Five Cents mmui SOLONS CHARGED " WITH BRIBERY An Investigation Recommended--Loan Companies Said To Have Favored Plan ' Frangfort, Ky., March 6 Charges 01 . attempting bribery, and use ot money to pass the "anti-loan shark bill" were made here to-day when the House of Representative was con sidering the bill to legalize 42 per cent interest on loans of $300 or less. " The bill defeated, 50 to 23. The report of the committee ap pointed to investigate accusations of lobbying in favor of the measure re ported alleged specific instances of ef forts to induce opponents of the meas ure to cease their activities. It was brought out that proffers of money had been alleged and that a lobby had been maintained in Frank fort, according to the majority re port of the committee, submitted by Representatives Kaufman and Duffy. A minority report was brought in by Representativ...

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 March 1920

Saturday Afternoon, March 6,1 920 It's Going Fast - get our price on brtherri1 White S(6ci BLANTON PHONE 85 jftn'd Value of Va;:cu Woods. InTticatJdns by the agricultural (fcparfittGriT show that one standard cord of rell-seasoticd hickory; oak, beech, blreli. hard maple, ash. elm, tacust or cherry wood is :ir.;ir:i:t:;te ly QTra? to one ton of antlnacite coal. A eor and a half of s.'i't maple or two cords of -cedar, poplar or hass wdod are required to give the same aiaou&t of heat. One cord of well SfcttKotied mixed wood equals at least efle ton of average grade bituminous Robert's Tribute. Robert has an earnest young mother who tries to impress upon him the im portance of being thoughtful and con siderate. For his birthday she made him a snug cap and sweater, and he thanked her warmly, saying: "I do love x'ou mother you are so very thinky." ! . A Terrdr. Perhaosi "Bosie. why don't you try to be a good little girl?" "I do try '' awful Iy hard." "But you don't succeed very well....

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 March 1920

Hie Richmond Daily Register, Richmond MacHson County, Saturday Afternoon, March 6, 1920 Mttr ! ill- j i il 4 i i I 4iH HI! i iff MONDAY WILL ROGERS in "Water, Water, Everywhere" t TUESDAY 11. B. Warner in "A Fugitive frorn Matrimony." '.v ALHAMBRA OPERA HOUSE PRICES 20c and 30c ; War Tax Included SATURDAY JUSTIN FARNUM "A MAN IN THE OPEN" PEARL WHITE in ' "THE BLACK SECRET" CARTOON COMEDY MUTT AND JEFF A real wijd and wooly western picture, with thrill, a throb and a punch- " " I fill IS 4 li-JI DELCO-LIGHT The complete Electric Light and Power Plan An electric iron saves endless steps and hours of work and worry- Madison Elec. & Plumbing Co. Incorporated Phone 433 Richmond, Kv. There were about twenty-five of the members present. At the conclusion of the program a social hour was en joyed and a tempting ice course was served. I Entertained at Dinner ' Mr. and Mrs. R. E. Turley invited a j few, friends to six o'clock dinner Fri j day evening to meet Major Robert Turley ar.d Mrs....

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 March 1920

. i N' Page Four 'yvyZ8&EB& The Richmond Daily Register RicKmoncf, Madison County, : Saturday Afternoon; March 6, 1920 1 .4 . i ! Paige Chandler Cleveland I ' y ''V Place y ourorder now for Spring delivery NEED A NEW TOP? If your car needs a new top or if the curtains need repairing, bring it to our shop. Mr. Ed. Mixon, a skilled top maker is in charge of this deparment and we guarantee first class work. - LUXON -GARAGE The Jit. SterlTng: council refused the proposal of the Utilities company for an increase from $2250 to $3500 for street lighting, and a conference com raittea v.as appointed. Cadavera Stored in Oil. ,For storing bodies for anatomical ose, Dr. Arthur William Myers of Stanford university uses boxes fijled with mineral seal oil, which is almost odorless and preserves the cadaver from decay. Buys A Handsome Car Mr. R- W. Estridge, of the Paint Lick garage, who was in town Friday, reported the deliv ery of a handsome Studebaker supersix touring car to George Moody...

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. — 6 March 1920

Page Four fThe RhamiOfld Daily Register, Richmond Madison County, , Saturday Afternoon, March 61 920 IN OLD KENTUCKY: . - ''"'Page Five--'::"'." i i m ' i ? : s t ? 4 I 1 I i i 1 1 i a i re i ' "Mv. K . 1 ' A J . LJ - ' v 1 . 'fiHwiJuiiaf1 ' iV?Lsa 1 Service is the most abused, word in the English tonguetoday. Proclaimed glibly by thousands without a thought or obligation, the real meaning of Service is little known by many and the actual rendering of Service finds still fewer dis ciples. ' v With the Fordson Tractor, real Service is offered in the tractor field of the highest order. As the Ford automobile has . built its monument on the cornerstone of Service so the. tractor, a new product of the genius of Mr. Ford, is building not for a few days or years but for all time- The tractor itself is made as durable, dependable, effi cient and economical as the best engineering skill, the finest materials and workmanship can make it. That is the Factory SERVICE. Wherever a Fordson tracto...

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. — 6 March 1920

Page Six IKe RicKmoncl Daily Registe! RicKmonfJ Maclison County, Saturday Afternoon, March 6 1 920 ! I -? ? ? t m 2 I f 1 i i 2 ? 41 P ercent Protein Have another car of 41 per cent Cotton Seed Meal now running and will book your order. You had best be sure you have enough to finish your cattle. F. H GORDON " FEEDS BUILDERS MATERIALS ARE YOU CONTEMPLATING THIS SPRING? "' s .... Manager C. B. Payne of the Richmond Buick Company has the agency for the famous Dort To Price urm $1,085 g Car He will be pleased to demonstrate this fa mous car which is built in Flint, Michigan, and he can promise' you immediate delivery. Come in at vour earliest conveiience, and get a car you'll enjoy riding in. ; i. J . ' i W i i . . aiitr 'You ooi-the- people Some produce dealers advertise "We pay the lop price fcr poultry and eggs all the lime," and others state "Highest price paid for j produce," and a good part of the time .they arc several cents under my prices and some few times pay as much and as f...

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 March 1920

Mi .0J)A11L Established 1865 55th Year No. 57 Richmond, Madison County, Kentucky . Monday Afternoon, March & 1920. V.' Price five Ce 11 DR. CARPENTER TO , LEAD BIG DRIVE First Christian Church Grants Him Leave of Absence For Three Months - Under personal requests from denomination leaders in adrive for $6,500,000 for the next five years' work, the First Christian church, of Richmond, has granted its pas tor, Dr. Homer Y. .Carpenter, a three months' leave of 'absence, to lead the movement. Dr. I. J. Spencer, of Lexington, and Mr. Hume Logan," of Louis ville, came over last Friday even ing, and met with the local church board,. They put the matter be fore the local board in a personal way, and secured the' consent of the church for a leave of absence for Dr- Carpenter. Dr. Carpenter had previously declined to resign as pastor here to head up this work, mention of which was made last week. He had considered carefully the question of taking over this big leadership, which also conte...

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 March 1920

Monday Afternoon, March 8, 1 920. . B.J '1. . m jstter get our price uii iJorthern While Oats COME IN AND INSPECT OUR. SEEDS YOU GET QUALITY AND LOW PRICES 3 BLANTON Richmond Daily Register S. M. SAtJFLEY, Editor and Proprietor Entered at the postofflce in Rich mond as second class mail matter under Act of Congress of 1875. $3.00 . 1.00 60c ' Subscription Rates ' Per year by mail . Six months, by mail '. Three months, by mail . One month by mail In city by carrier, per week 10c Subscriptions are strictly cash-in-advance to all aod paper wil' be stopped promptly when subscription has ex pired. ' Political Announcements The Daily Rgrtster Is authorized to announce the following' Candidates for office, subject to the action of the Dem ocratic party: ' For Congress RAL.rH GIRBERT, of Shelby County. HEARD ABOUT TOWN -PHONE 85- L'Hemp Company of America, j ty, on the Liberty and Winchester jh" contemplates building a $150,- pikes, from m'- and Mrs. Geo. R. fhemp-breaking plant near boxing...

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. — 8 March 1920

ffiie Richmond Dally Register, Ricfimond Ma'dEsoa County, MonBay Afternoon , MarcK 8,1 920. i i MONDAY J: TUESDAY ?! H ALHAMBRA ; OPERA HOUSE PRICES 20c and 30c War Tits Included WILL RODGERS in "WATER, WATER, EVERYWHERE" "ELMO the FEARLESS' and a . , Pollard Comedy Do men want to marry? Do wo men make ' them marry ? H. B. Warner in h$s "clever portrayal tof a man who- didn't want to marry,' . may answer these questions. .... JOE MARTIN THE HUMAN MONKEY in "BABY DOLL BANDITS" also a Weekly 1? ? tli 1 1 :t?!? f "A1 Fugitive from Matrimony! if ill '11 I m - nil in i iM'.a' -i - v . lobe ; Man is Gomin7 Again Owing to great rush of business, and the fact that he was with us only a short when he was here before, Mr. O'Briien is coming back J THIS .WEEK and will give a Display Opening of Large Piece Sam ples. We hone these who are wanting suits and Overcoats, will avail themselves of this opportunity to get one of tficse "Needled Molded Garments" that fits and satisfies. A The One Price ...

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. — 8 March 1920

Page Fouv the Ricfaion'd Daily Reglstet Ricfaoncl, Madison County, Monday Afternoon, March 8, 1 920. nnnnnSBSnMnnSnaSaBanannnvanvnaBaSnnsMSnnaBnaBnnnnnnSBaaM . - .. ' . .. . . 41' 'Percent Protein 1MRS. CHAS. PEDEN GAINS 27 POUNDS mm - . - FEEDS SEED Have another car of 41 per cent Cotton Seed Meal now- : -running and will book your order.'- You had best be " ' " sure ycu have enough to finish your cattle.. -; x - F. H. GORDON; BUILDERS MATERIALS HEARD-ABOUT TOWN other business. Mr. Porter has many friends .in this section. News comes from Stanford that wu v. . rjnuiy repoiira ira- Mrs. J. E. Tudor, who recently moved j proving alter a severe attacK oi tne there with her husband from Madi-at his home near Waco. His fami- reiiy nave ail Deen victims, , nve naving son county, is better after -a severe attack of the flu. been down with the malady, but all are reported much better, now. J. W. Porter, of Lexington, brother ' ; - 1 of -Mrs. T. S. Hagan, of this city, has: Miss Margaret Ph...

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. — 9 March 1920

1- TV MOMB Established! 865 55 th Year-No. 59 ' Ricbiiond Madison County, Kentucky Tuesday Afternoon, March 9, 1920 Price five Cents FT lRMi 0 STM. Mich MM AUTO TAX BILL PASSES HOUSE Increased Rates On Cais and Li cense Paid To County Clerks The Legislature iBy Associated Tress) Frankfort, Ky., March .9 The Welch administration anti-trust bill was tabled in the House today Farmer and labor union influences were said to have killed the meas ure. Frankfort,-' Ky.,. March 9. A ma terial increase in the motor vehicle tax in Kentucky is imminent, if the Senate approves the bill of Repre sentative Roth, which was passed by the House Mbnday, regulating traffic on public highways. Motorcycle license fees are estab lished at $10 and automobile fees at 60 cents' for each horse power. The registration fees on trucks are proposed to $22 for 1,000 pounds or less, $33 for more than 1,000 pounds less than 2,000 pounds, $40 for more than 2,000 pounds and less than 3,000 pounds, $50 for more than 3,...

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. — 9 March 1920

i uc&uciy rtiicrliooiij lviarcii 1 Z.U o -c WE Richmond Daily Register f S. 31. SAUFLEY, Editor and Proprietor ARE HAVING A RUN ON Norihero Wiiite o o Q O O o 9 $ v $ 0 $ o o o D O O o ooooeee Q Q a ft IB seed .::Uats - s 1 - J. ' Q GET OUR PRICE La lis EJii&ilyEs & Q Entered at the .postofflce ia ,BlchT mond as second class mail . matter under Act of Congress of 1875. Subscription Rate Per year by mail J3.00 ei-v mnntVis. bv mail . : $2.00 Three months, by mail : $1.00 One month by man ouc, In city by carrferv per week.-..,..10c Subscriptions are strictly cash-ln-adi vance to all and paper- wil be stopped promptly When subscription has ex pired. . ' ' : - ' ' Political Announcements The-'Daily Register is authorized to announce the following: candidates for office subject to the action of the Dem ocratic party: For COnffrfrM ' KALrH GIRBERT, of Shelby County; What causes. priD(lifeI' 5 3 1 PHONE 85 MOYNAHAN' &; HIGGINS COSTKACTOifS sjl'T i"OPrE WOR- CXCAVATIXfl - fa...

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. — 9 March 1920

ffic Richmond Daily Register, Richmond Madfson County, - -Tuesday Afternoon, March 91920 TUESDAY ALHAMBRA OPERA HOUSE PRICES 20c and 30c ' War Tax Included : WEDNESDAY l i smashing tale o tthe sea and or ? A Big V Comedy "DAMES and j I U WAKNERin Ma.I Tniinaiin' i far fianS ports of adventure. A it "A, Fugitive- from' Matrmumv" f 2 MaUriCe 1 OUfJieUr i ? f l II DENTISTS" THURSDAY "BLIND HUSBANDS SEE IT! I i:l JOE MARTIN, the Human i H nr.TAnv H u " ! HEAR THE OPERA HOUSE JOE MARTIN, the Human Monkev.in : ! III6HII15 V Ik- 1 V-JIV 1 If AT ! ORCHESTRA EVERY f 11 : "BABY DOLL BANDIT" U Featuring Jack Holt-Senna 0 ? i t-eaturing Jack Holt-Sienna JJwen i ? '..t e p!t f t i great sea stories ever filmed... EVENING Is ) j Regular Habits Produce - a Beautfiul Complexion Daily elimination rids the system of poisons. Women should realize that! MANY. women complain daily of their complexion, of their headaches and gen . eral ill health, little realizing that the trouble is constipation. W omen...

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. — 9 March 1920

t.w Page F The Richmond Daily Rasa Richmond. Madison County Tuesday Afternoon, Match 9, 1 920 our Best 110 Volt Iron TJiade Get Yours Early o Second and Water Streets Incorporated ' .- ; " - . i, ?-P r-f v q Phone 433 1 i . , m a i ifiao Ngn'' -l0 $&w2fezhzr' 3 ly & V The Doctor Says: The physician Is iellini? these tr,-o patients, each of whom feels "more or less ups-t mo?t or tho ti:nu," that if they reduce their rrMsht they v.iii becaras neaitnier, more eontenttu ana lor.cei nvc-X Overstoutness Imperils the I-eciith in rr.v.r.v rraTS. The accumulations of adiposo tissue, packed around the vital organs, cause serious disorders, one of the most dangerous bein? the lia- ijdT 3-re corpulent, you know the strain upon your heart, particularly when cur..pcUeii to undergo some unexpected activity. Your life is no stronger than ycur heart. Don't risk untimely cssth. Ask any pkysicUa v.hat tr.is means! . REDUCE WEIGHT HAPPILY! Fst peopie are ofton rictimr? cf snoplexy, collapse fro...

Publication Title: Richmond Daily Register
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