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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond daily register. — 15 February 1919

mm THE WEATHER For Kentucky Cloudy and colder tonight; local snow north portion; Sunday fair. Established 1 865 53d Year No. 65 Richmond, Madison County, Kentucky, Saturday Afternoon, February 15, 1919 Single Copy Five Cc-Vi 1 - it INCOME TAX DRIVE ON AT FULL BLAST Deputy Collector! Stationed Here To Help Taxpayera Tevia Huguely Explains Law's Requirements ... Deputy Internal Revenue Collectors Tevis Huguely and Creed Russell hare been here for several days getting things lined up for the big Income Tax Drive of -1919, which Is under way. Every preparation Is being made to handle the largest collection in the history of the income tax. "We are not waiting for the final passage of new revenue bill by Congress," Raid Mr. Huguley, "nor for the new reirulations and blank forms to be used. To get this big tax In and Ret it accurate and complete, I urge that we all begin now." The income tax obligations impos ed by the old laws, as well as the measure now in Congress, consist of two disti...

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. — 15 February 1919

The Daily Register, Richmond. Madison County. Kv.JSaturday Afternoon, February 15, 1919 t r "T v. V f . r WE OFFER SUBJECT TO WITHDRAWAL WITHOUT NOTICE 010,000.00 FULLY PAID AND NON-ASSESSABLE COMMON STOCK OF THE . Domestic Oil & Refining Co. of Vycming , Incorporated AUTHORIZED CAPITAL $1,000,000.00 at Par Value of TBI CEI1TS Per Share ' With a Guarantee of 100 per cent of the Investment (This stock is bow being sold elsewhere at 20 cents per share) The Domestic Oil A Refining Company owns valuable . leases in the Berea and Stanford Oil Fields, with other leases pending in Lee gad Estill counties, and the purpose jot this offer is to create a devel oping fond to be used in drilling and developing of these leases..- ...... The subscribers to this fond will receiTe in addition to their Stock Certificate, a SPECIAL REFUND CONTRACT, the terms of which provide for one-half of all the proceeds from the sale of oO in this . state set aside for the - - Refund of Your Total Investment a...

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. — 15 February 1919

The Dally Register, Richmond, Madison County, KyMSaturday Afternoon, February 15, 1919 ter for several weeks." Miss Porter made a number of friends here who hope to hear of her complete recov ery. ' : .. " , - ' V Just to say McKEE'S ANNUAL REMNANT SALE Beautiful Dinner. Miss Ethel Turpin was hostess to a delightful dinner party Sunday at her home at Red House. Covers were laid for Misses Myra Herndon, and Una Gabbard of Berea, Miss Gene Doty, Miss Lillian Broaddus, Miss Elveree ?1 ST. VALENTINE GREETINGS TODAY. begins Friday, February y Gentry, and Messrs. Charles Eubanka Ar A Flow ot baisgusk. and Toy)s 'Bash, of "Winchester, Jams -TLmmmti u. Jmmm ZXlfm Okm ! Xtun 28. and Walker Cosby, of the county, km. Sir. R. L Afufflna left Saturday for a 'baslness trip to St Louis. . Judge Frank Peak, of Shelbyvflle, attended court here this week. Mrs. Hazel CoUette was the recent J guest of friends tn Qvren&VOYQ. ' Miss Gladys Wearer fit Eavenna was with friends here Friday. Mis Florence...

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. — 15 February 1919

i The Dafly Register, Richmond, Madison County Kentucky Saturday Afternoon, Februar y 15, 1919 it tt ;i si t 4 . t ! ; if : : r 1j 4' Relieved of Catarrh Due to La Grippe, Thr"!rt to FERUNA Mrs. Laura Berberick, 69 years old, of 1205 Willow Are, Hoboken, N, J writes: "Poor reara aco I Bad a aaiata aMaik af Iat Grlp. Attar mr aicknesa I wa troublad With houNiMi and sllma In tba haad and t&roat, and wu aM I ha Oatarra. I took aOCB Baadiata but without much benefit. Braty win tar tor tonr Trirlnna tfl.at win tar thra Hnm Tha Catarrh rraw woraa. I oonld sot U wa or alsaa at nlrht. Waa always taat wtta aiiaaav ua la amy yaara. 1 hava had lieaaaeaa ererr morning, when I woka op, aad had BO blood. laa aa aar la uaaian. nr uut lanruaca. az Wttla of aad X raad I aw a Peraaa eal aar la Danish, mr natl-ra lani it throuKh. arerr testimony, and then l asaaal To-day 4 can truthfully testify that fira baa feces a a-reat bcacAt ta ma, it baa - m aaa amaata. i oaa 1M aawa aaa aiec-p without bein...

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. — 17 February 1919

JblSC0iore.i Spots on Plfxzr .W 1 i 4 :1 m i 'Hi THE WEATHER For Kentucky enerally fair to night and Tuesday; slightly warmer tonight. 1 Established 1 865 53d Yeai No. 66 Richmond, Madison County, Kentucky, Monday Afternoon February 1 7, 1919 Single Copy Five Cents PRESIDENT WILSON WILL SOON ARRIVE IN U. S. re- Congress Continue Its Work Expects Wilson To Return Early In March. (By Associated Press) Fans, Feb. 17 The Temps says rn nt Wilson is expected to arrive in France after a visit to the United -stato. about March 13th. While he is on the high seas on his way home, he Peace Congress continues work. The delegates are expected today to focus Jieir attention on Russia, the council having decided that as the tn;e allowed for the acceptance of the invitation to Princes Island expired, something else must be done. Great Bntain says that the proposed invita tion bo renewed, and that some of the conations that made the former in vitation unacceptable to most of the di-TenT.t Russian fa...

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. — 17 February 1919

Hardly a Drugstore in the Land J v That Does Not Sell This Remedy? On the Market Half a Century. When you and are enjoj are in perfect health. 3tr a Btron? and rigor ous vitality, it is then that your blood Is free from all imparities. You should be rery careful and tnve heed to the slightest indication of impure blood. A sluggish circula tion is often indicated by an impaired appetite, a feeling of Imaftode and a general weajrenmg cr tne system. It u then that yoa should cromDtlr take a few bottles of S. S. 8. the crest blood Trarifler and stress-thener. It! will cleanse the blood thoroughly and! bond np and strengthen the whole system. S. S. S- is sold by all drug-i gists, vuoaoie mrormauon about tni blood supply can be cad free by writ-l ing to the Swift Specific CoV 24 Swift Laboratory, Atlanta, Ga. Is plentiful and COFFEE is scarce and now is the time to buy while you can get such COFFEE as the ST. NICHOLAS Dixie High-, way and Ulika Steel Cut none better call in and get your p...

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. — 17 February 1919

Print Shovln Thro'C: . . t 4 n : . -. J t.-l s a i Tu- Ji .j hcaJ .III Sale begins Tuesday, Febty rnnini r 44h, closes Tuesday, Feb'y 18th 0 i - Let us bring home to you the TREASON WHY' of this Sale. Your coal billy for instance, will tell you. Also the thermometer. The weather has been so warm that winter goods have not been needed, so we need to sell a lot of winter goods. That's clear isn't it?- And yon know we haven't had a bit of winter and you know that winter goods will be a necessity during January, Februray and March. Wouldn't be surprised about April, either. But the BIG IDEA is winter goods at such BIG REDUCTOINS as you will see when you attend our BIG LOOM END SALE. - Announcing this sale is no surprise. It would be a disappointment if we did not, as hundreds upcn hundreds of people are waiting anxiously for it This annual event has been' occurring for over 30 years an deach recurrence brings thous ands of people into that state of happiness occasioned by the procuremen...

Publication Title: Richmond Daily Register
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond daily register. — 17 February 1919

WE OFFER SUBJECT TO WITHDRAWAL WITHOUT NOTICE 310,000.00 FULLY PAID AND NON-ASSESSABLE COMMON STOCK OP THE Domestic Oil & Refining Co. of Yycming Incorporated AUTHORIZED CAPITAL $1,000,000.00 r at Par Value of TEN CENTS Per Share With a Guarantee of 100 per cent of the Investment (This stock is now being sold elsewhere at 20 cents pef share) , The Domestic .Oil & Refining Company owns Tamable leases in the Berea and Stanford Oil Fields, with other leases pending in Lee and Estill counties, and the purpose of this offer is to create a devel oping fond tc be used in drilling and developing of these leases. The subscribers to this fund will receive in addition to their Stock Certificate, a SPECIAL REFUND CONTRACT, the terms of which provide for one-half of all the proceeds from the sale of oil in this state set aside for the " Refund of Your Total Investment after which you will participate in the dividends of the company so long as you wish to retain your stock in the company....

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. — 17 February 1919

WE LEAD OTHERS FOLLOW WHETHER WE SELL YOU YOUR COAL OR SEED. YOU WILL PLACE YOUR NEXT ORDER WITH US THERE'S A REASON. A F. H. "GORDON Phone 28. Social sad Possssl Missionary Meeting. The Missionary Society of the First Baptist church had a delightful meet in!: with Mrs. Mat Shearer Friday af ternoon, with a large number of mem bers present. Mrs. John Hart, of Richmond, V, and Miss Alice Met calf were guests of the meeting. The devotional part of the program was in charge of Mrs. D. C Biggerstaff, the literary numbers were given by Mes dames Saufley, Moiling and L. P. Evans. Miss Metcalf favored the so ciety with a beautiful solo and deli cious refreshments were served, after which they adjourned to meet with Mrs. Elmer Parrish the second Friday in March. Dinner Party Sunday. Mrs. Joe Wagers ,was hostess at a beautiful dinner party Sunday in hon or of Deputy Clerk EL M. Thorpe and Mrs. Thorpe. Covers were laid for Mr. and Mrs. B. F. Boggs, Mr. and M-. Armer Hisle, Mr. and Mrs. Jas. r...

Publication Title: Richmond Daily Register
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Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond daily register. — 17 February 1919

The Daily Register, Richrncnd, I.Lidcn County, i..c..-y n;rr.c ft 9 I DRESSMAKER SAVED FROM OPERATION By Taking Lydia E. Pink ham's Vegetable Compound in 1 une. Ithaca, N.Y. "Three years ago I offered from pains in my right side, so YANKS PERFORM AHAZIII8 FEAT "Greatest Naval Offensive of the War," Say Naval Authorities. IPtlulMiks severe that I could not raise my feet from the floor. Pains would shoot down my limbs and through my back, and the doctor said I had an abscess. I was in bed two weeks with Ian ice bag on my side and expected anv I day that I might I nave to go to a hos pital for an opera tion. A friend came to see me and told me of your won derful medicine Lydia EL Pinkham's Vegetable Compound. I began taking it. and after taking six bottles I feel well and strong, do my own work and do dressmaking for others. I cannot speak too highly of your medicine and recom mend it to others who suffer with female trouble. It is a Godsend to ailing women, and you may use my name at ...

Publication Title: Richmond Daily Register
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond daily register. — 17 February 1919

A GREAT ECONOMY BE CAUSE OFM PR "After a tri? to Kilauea, the active volcano ct lUvrzii, ray Neolin-solcd vhx3 ware the only ones not abso- lutr.y ruined. Many in our party vcre hob-naikd bocti," said Miss Jean i Lane cX I3catt! Wasliir.gton. The slurp jaj-yd lava of Kilauea cuts cn orJlna-y cc to pieces quickly! Th-t Tisslia S stood the test but tm.ThsEiies thrir toughness and dur ability. The:; qualities are built into them by a scientific process. Women and men and children, too who are hard on shoes should buy them with Ncolin Soles, They come in many styles, and because of the extra wear they uive, are a great economy. And any repairman ww re-sote your worn shoes with Neolin Soles, which are flexible and waterproof as well as long-wearing. They are made by The Goodyear Tire & Rubber Cxx, Akron. Ohio, who also make Wingfoot Heels, guaranteed to outwear all other heels. flepjiaoles PLAN closer union Movement to Draw English Speaking Peoples Together. - DR. JOTekr Chiropodist ...

Publication Title: Richmond Daily Register
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond daily register. — 17 February 1919

V AN ORDINANCE Farm and Stock News The Daily Register. RicKmond, Madison County Kentucki Monday Afternoon, February 17, 1919 "Providing for the Mode of Creatine An Indebtedness of $150,000.00 For The Purpose of Constructing, Re constructing and Improving Public Streets and Sewers in and for The City of Richmond, Kentucky, and Of Paying the Same. Whereas, It appears of proper rec ord to the Board of Council of the City of Richmond, Kentucky, that up on an official canvass of the votes east at an election duly and legally held in the City of Richmond on the ' first Tuesday after the first Monday in No vember, 1917, more than two-thirds of all the qualified electors of the City of Richm and -voted in favor of incurring an indebtedness of $150,000.00 for the purpose of providing funds for con structing, reconstructing and improv ing public streets and sewers in and for said City of Richmond, and in fa vor of an annual tax upon all the tax able property, real and personal, in said city s...

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. — 18 February 1919

'lore. J Spots on pi Bmmi mimmmm THE WEATHER Rain tonight; Wednesday fair; east increasing cloudiness, west portion. Richmond, Madison County, Kentucky, Tuesday Afternoon, February. 18, 1919 1 In Single Copy Five Cento t ur iir Fh l wiu s iiecoru Prices Paid fee Baskets of Tobacco and $1.70 SeH At Monday $1.66 and Tuesday on Breaks. W h. n W. S. Judy paid $1.66 a p, ;n.l for 20 pounds of tobacco in a b:-V.t sold at the Madison Tobaccos Waivhouse in Richmond Monday af ternoon, it was believed that he broke i known records for high tobacco. Ti record did not last long, for on Tu -day, Mr. Judy paid $1.70 a pound f-r a 25-pound basket at the Big H.'tv.p Warehouse, from the crop of C. P.. Nevland. N' iturally each house is mighty f.ii.i of the splendid record that it . mde. and the figures are so close a few cents wont make much dif f . and both have demontsrated t .' Uiehmond has the best and high ( t market anywhere in the burley Ti p crop sold at the Madison Mouse 'r SI. C grown by N...

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. — 18 February 1919

The Daily Register, Richmond. Madison County, KyTuesday Afternoon, February 18, 1919 1 1 1 1 I 'I jf I i r -A i X VI t ! f i i if f-; i if i . i S 5 V 1 f ; in A i . -t : . -7 i t V WE OFFER SUBJECT TO WITHDRAWAL WITHOUT NOTICE $10,000.00 FULLY PAID AND NON-ASSESSABLE COMMON STOCK OF THE Domestic Oil & Refining Co. of Wyoming Incorporated AUTHORIZED CAPITAL $1,000,000.00 at Par Value of TEN CENTS Per Share With a Guarantee of 100 per cent of the Investment (This stock is now being: sold elsewhere at 20 cents per share) The Domestic Oil & Refining Company owns valuable leases in the Berea and Stanford Oil Fields, with other leases pending: in Lee and Estill counties, and the purpose of this offer is to create a devel oping fund to be used in drilling; and developing: of these leases. The subscribers to this fond will receive in addition to their Stock Certificate, a SPECIAL REFUND CONTRACT, the terms of which provide for one-half of all the proceeds from the sale of oil In th...

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. — 18 February 1919

The Daily Register, Richmond, Madison County, Ky.,Tuesday Afternoon, February 18, 1919 Why have her, the cook, com plain about the coal So easy to phone GORDON for a trial too. "Hi coal makes warm friends." PHONE 28 Friends mill be interested to knowi that Mr. and Mrs. Ben Frewitt, of Winchester, have a fine son. Mr. rrewitt was reared here and moved witix his parents Mr. and Mrs. George Prewitt, to Winchester several years ago. . one good thing follows another lieoraies liinnaij aiuuiotw;. Itv t i.t i Mrs. E. J. Wallace celebrated her miS WeeK ttlfi ButteflClC rep- 02nd birthday anniversary at Irvine resentative IS at our Store-tak rr.k: ZX?T' I mg subscriptions for the De- ner, which was an annual affair and lineaior; omy yj ceniS a year always a very happy occasion, was I Lome in Social cad PcnsaJ HAS ANT ONE Died Eloped Embeztled Left Town Had a Fire Had a Baby Sold a Farm Had a Party Been Arrested Come to Town Had Twins or Colic Sold a cow or lost an auto Laid in a stock of whi...

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. — 18 February 1919

The Daily Register, Richmond, Madison County Kentucky Tuesday Afternoon, February 18, 1919 f i i -- t i'i i ! v: ;i :i !,"?! IS I1 1 s : f V : "l f -. ' U 1 . 1 i I Here's the big work, little cost tractor the Titan THE Titan 10-20 has been on the market few years, and has made good without reservation. 10 horsepower at the draw bar 20 horsepower at the belt. A well-balanced tractor that is suited to all farm power work. It drives easily, affords maximum pull-" ! ing power for its weight, and is suited in every way to the general run of farm work. Not too large for the small farm, yet large enough to handle a great volume .of work. Use it with an Oliver Plow - We recommend that you use an Oliver plow vsr your Titan tractor because it means the best plowing under all conditions. The combined rolling coulter and jointer buries all trash and weeds at the bottom of the furrow ; the stop device maintains an even depth of furrow; the plow points enter and leave the ground first, making it...

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. — 19 February 1919

li GMTEli THE WEATHER Fair and slighly warmer .tonight; Thursday cloudy and warmer; proba bly rain or snow In west portion. Hi m mm Established 1865 53d Year No. 68 w mm Richmond, Madison County, Kentucky, Wednesday Afternoon February 19, 1919 ' "Single Copy Five Cents mm Ml START AGITATION FOR "WHITE WAY" Light and Phone Wires Alonff Main Business Streeta Should Also Go Under Ground, Say Citizens. x W iih the advertising of bids for the sale of her bonda next in order, Rich mond's new sewer system and paved strwts are moving this way rapidly. Y.WiTtisement for the sale of the 1:50.000 worth of bonds voted by the ritv is now being prepared and it is exited that the city council at ita next meeting will be able to open the bids. Reports are persistent that one or more of the local banks may maite an f ,.-t to secure the entire block of dty securities. Officials of the State Bank an.i Trust Company have stated that strong financial institution may Prominent Young; 02cer v lsitag Relat...

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. — 19 February 1919

The Daily Register, Richmond. Madison County. uy.,Wedhesday Afternoon, February 19, f 919. " .. f , . . ,, Ah M? iff' : a Si ' ' All I i ft i - . 5 ; - I ' V It ft" V i v. ill - i I . i:' - S ( - a i - if: it . IT ' -1 f 1 APPRECIATES YOUR PATRONAGE AND .WANTS TO SELL THE miiUM)ER OF YOUR CROP. SOUE OF OUR LAST SALES Jenkins and Fletdier .Ifcld 1895 ibu $7230; amL $ 1,370 JIO Jenkins and Burgess . sold 11 IS lbs.; ay. $71.50; amt $79730 Newby and Todd . sb!dl370 lbs.; av. $69;48; amt. $952.03 -;PaimeriWKi'i!ndLa THESE FIGURES INCLUDE THE WHOLE CROP-JOT JUST PART OF TL HIGHT BASKETS $1.19 ; $U1; $1.66. AND THE GROWER GOT PAID THESE PRICES FOR THBL ASK HUL YOU n; GET TflE PRICE : 1.,.-. -r. 1 r l Richmond Daily Register S. &L Saufley, Editor & Proprietor Entered at the postoffice at Richmond "S.St aecond class mail matter un der Act of ongress of 1875. Waco. - i Dr. E. C. McDougle filled his pu'.pil at Flatwoods Sunday for the hrs time since the flu ban went on early in the wi...

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. — 19 February 1919

Why have her, the cook, com plain about the coal So easy to phone GORDON for a trial ton. "Hi coal makea warm friends." . PHONE 28 Social and Pencssl The usual mid-week prayer service at the Presbyterian church wfH be conducted by the elders in the absence of the pastor. Birthday Dinner. Mrs. Arthuselda Tens, of Moberly, celebrated her 85th birthday anni versary Sunday by inviting a number of relatives and friends for dinner. A most delicious repast was served and hoartily enjoyed by those present. Her custs included A. R. Tevis and fam ily, Mr. Cliff Tevis, Mr. and Mrs. Ev an Tevis, and four daughters, Mr. and Mrs. Hume Broaddus and son, Mrs. Rufus Tuggle, Mrs. Dykes, and Mrs. John Davis, of Red House, Mrs. Mug trie Moberly and son, William, and Mr. J. S. Cotton. French Mission Circle. .. The French Mission Circle held thir regular meeting with Mrs. Murray Smib Monday afternoon, and a well prepared and profitable pro frram was given. The subject for study was Women Workers of the 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. — 19 February 1919

v f f i J;; : I : H . 1 1 is j i Mi. Hie Daily Register. Richmon d, Madison County Kentucky Wednesday Afternoon, February PIMPLY? VELL, PONT BE1 People Notice It DrhThemOff with Dr. Edwards' , Olive Tablets A pimply face will not embarrass yoa much longer if yoa pet package of Dr. Edwards' Olive Tablets. The skin should begin to dear after yoa have taken the tablets a few nights. ' Qeinse the blood, the bowels and the liver with Dr. fcdwardr Olive Tablets, the suc cessful substitute for calomel; there' never liny sickness or pain after taking them. Dr. Edwards Olive Tablets do that which calomel does, and just as effectively, but their action is gentle and safe frftrad of severe and irritating. c No one who takes Olive Tablets b ever cursed with "a dark brown taste," a bad breath, a dull, listless, "no good" feeling, constipation, torpid liver bad disposition or pimply face. Dr. Edwards' Olive Tablets are purely vegetable compound mixed with olive oil; you will know them by their ol...

Publication Title: Richmond Daily Register
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