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REPEATS ORDER AS FIRST CAR PLEASES On the tire oover carried on the back of Mark M. Lickter's Olds-mobile Olds-mobile Olds-mobile six coach Is painted, "A Puff from Hollywood," which identifies the owner at once with the smart of the Egyptian Theater at Hollywood. Hollywood. Lickter's name appears on the books of J. W. Leavitt & Co.. Olds-mobile Olds-mobile Olds-mobile distributors here, as a 'repeater.' 'repeater.' His Olds coach Is his seo-ond seo-ond seo-ond Oldsmoblle six, end he is more than pleased with It. . Clair R, Savage, sales manager at the Leavitt establishment, closed the deal that made Llckter an little cigarette shop in the court Oldsmoblle owner twice In succes sion, and as a bonus for doing the Job he received a carton of the fa-mous fa-mous puffs from Hollywood. BRIDGE OPEN CHRISTMAS The new toll bridge being constructed constructed across Carqulnex Straits south of Vallejo Is " scheduled open Christmas Day, 1926, aooord-lng aooord-lng to an announcement of the touring bureau of the Automobila Club of Southern California.

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  1. The Los Angeles Times,
  2. 09 May 1926, Sun,
  3. Main Edition,
  4. Page 120

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