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fRIOAV, DECEMBER 1, 1920.
THE NEWS SCIMITAR. T h M w Y 9 0 h First iitlooh I on th led ImBIIIIMM On your mark! Get set! Go! The commercial race of 1921 is on. We're up on our toes before the line, ready for the crack of the starter's pistol. Expertly trained in the field trials of public service we are started from scratch position, heavy favorites in the 12 months' grind ahead. And when we break the tape next December you'll find us running "one, two, three," as fresh at the finish as at the start. It's an odds-on bet that we'll bring home the trophy. Yqtls Can't Take tike Joy Quit of Quir Lives I With the ushering in tomorrow of the birth of a new year we face the, first Paige on the calendar with the same confidence and optimism that has characterized our success in the past. Our entire organization is alive to the prospects for a splendid ye,ar, enthusiastic over the promising out look, sure of the future. We can't see anything but abigyear big business, big results. The crepe-hanger long ago was stricken from our payroll. 4 Yours for the turning of a new Paige, OFFICERS: C P. TWI FORD, President V A. R. HUDSON, Vice-President . . H. H. TWIFORD, Secretary J J. ALLEN CREATH, Treasurer and General Manager U ' SALESMEN: j Y H.T.WILLIAMS W. B. MAC LIN , If. Y CHAS J. CREATH F. E. YOUNG X J. S. HOGGATT ; H. J. BOSWELL ft i mpaiv of Memolbls 263 Madison Avenue Telephone Main 7280 MEMBER MEMPHIS AUTOMOBILE DEALERS' ASSOCIATION The Most Beautiful Car in America i The Most Serviceable Truck in America PAGE SEVEN. i V r3 i n CAR T 1 u