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a tic lviuimona uaiiy. Kegister , Kictimond, Madison County, 1 hursday Attemoon, Aprii 1 920
4 ' . . WHITEHML la jr-sti a urn wwukiio : Jig r 5 MP yiv., V V V- Xi.YV niviii -wi-x.i vv w vlAil tJlfr J.JT JfWIJ. Willi UUlllUU your request and each one of them' will . help the other. The first is a bank book- every woman should have her own, for the butter-and-eg-g dollars grow quickly into big sums when they're put away care- -fully. And the second is The Country Gentleman . the weekly. book of farming. It's a farm paper for the ' women and the men, the girls and the boys full of how-to-make-money ideas for the whole family. This bank wants the women as well as the men to read oil rmifi? From all parts' of the United States conic?, the testimony of rnorethtVn GOO u iarmers who iced The Country thz copy everywhere GErni.LMAN, thect this Great 'tu-:viix Fwm Weekly is help ing them constantly to make jViOi c money. It will do the same for you for every farmer here abouts. It: vill help both farm er:, raid their wives to build State Batik & trust bigger ban!-: accounts each year. Wc are mi king it easy for our iisijfnbors to rabecribe for The COuTiTHY GENTLEMAN because we believe in it. Vc want you to know it as we do. If you have an account with U3, v.'c'il charge it only, $i. 00, on your instruc tion, for 52 big weekly issues. And if not; we'd like you to get hot li those hook::. Capii&l SI 30,600,00 K. B. Hanger, President R. E. Ttirley, Cashier Gent h-mi-n: (1) iicw I (My Hsm) ; ' (My Al.hth) (city) V'ji. k'iMV me, e.nt -r ny name for THS COUNTRY, Ccn i i Ki. ' ?? icr c-ic -cc: and or w charge (i) ilcTt-i,:y.ioil:.r. I varitTiie COUNTRY GENTLEMAN. Cend it tome i Cress - UUl 11!?, where w- i t t ' nae uteu, naving some jvery pretty weather. The farm ers are busy burning plant beds, 'plowing and planting gardens jand the busy housewives are setting hens and a good many. of them have younf chickens. Mr. and Mrs. James Long and family, of Kirksville. spent- Satur day night with Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Goins. Mr.'and Mrs. Robbie Goins eiv tertained with an elaborate Easter dinner Sunday. Those present were Mr. and Mrs. Jas. Long and family,. Mr. and .Mrs. Newton Long 'and family, Mr. and Mrs. Thos. Goins and family and Mr. B. F. Goins and sons, James and John. Friends of this community were sorry to see Mr. Claude Whitlock return to Montana Monday afternoon where he will make it his home. i Mrs. Roscoe Whitlock has a new layer piano which she is enjoying very much. Mr. Willie'Long, of Ilyattsville spent the week-end with relatives here. j Mrs. Roscoe Whitlock has re jceived her second shipment of I new hat s which she is selling fast. . Alt. Pleasant church gave an ; entertainment and egg hunt Sun jday afternoon. A large crowd atu-iviea aui an nan a nice ume. Air. B. F. Goins bought a cow and calf, from Albert McQueen Monday. The price paid was BEN! I j Wo luard a voice last yoav. Tlir :-.oavoity of edibles is making us plant jour pr-as a little early and move of j them. If it had not herm for the (turnip sreons hiddon away in an ! isolated .spot and a ffiw jowls kept es ! poo iiil ly for that purpoao wp would iinve hfaVl th? voice in louder tones. ! j j i j ( i ' ! Jpss Dr-nriis is studyinj; natural his i.tory. lie has ;dlscuvf led . ...that th,s :;!i:;k is Hip knge:t waisl ! animal in I os ir-t'-'-rip' 'and that'll is cohl'-Jjiboded, j '"ii-i ;i .'-vifl rumir-i- 'when. ( distuvbor! . whije baifki-ni? in thf- sunsnins on a la:-t vcfk,!whrn ojio ?uv Jer.?. a race, ; Irss' iod', h:4iy. Yiokicn'?.('iX o? a jji-cal ideal of avoii'du'poi.-i, wero .not ::wifi in S th U::P.' Tfo'! 1-s.n nt'-aint r Ktiimn La n --- n New Vic . . . Frances Alda Enrico Caruso . Farrar and l.uea . . .I7lonzalev Qtiartet Jascha I leifetz Fritz Kreisler . . .John McCormack , . . . Schumann-I fcink If You Could Care Carrvpano a sera (Ave ATaria) Zaza II Bacio (The Kiss) Quartet in F Major Lento (Dvorak) . Alinuet ( Porpora-Kreisler) Violin.. Gypsy Serenade Violin Your Eyes Have Told ATe So In The Sweet Bve and Bye Herodiade Vision Fugitive (F'leeting ison .. . Werrenrath Sweet and Low F.!se 1'aker A Southern Lullaby Elsie B.iker Irene ' Edith Day Alice Blue -Gown Edith Dny Christ in Flanders Lambert Murphy There is No Death Lambert Alurphy In Your Arms Medley Fox Trot. .Salvin's Novelty Orchestra The Naughty Waltz Joseph C. Smith's Orchestra Venetian Moon Fox Trot All Star Trio Swanee One Step All Star Trio I'll See You In C-U-B-A Billy Murrav That's Worth While Waiting For Hilly Alnrray Buddha Peerless Quartet Let Ale Dream Sterling Trio Bo-La-Bo Paul Beise and lis Novtlty Orchestra Harem Life. Paul Beise and Mis Novelty Orchestra Check off the numbers you would like to hear and let us play them for you on the Victrola. We would be glad 'o have you drop in any time. t I i m 4 i I I i f f 4 x 9 t i i 3V I I I fjttniliiv-, .at : v Uth- j Prayer Service First Baptist "ChuwTi h'roii'jit froni ' ,Loji i Prayer service . Wetlnonday evyanjc!'m, for b-jviaJi c-.t 7;:!0 at Fiiv:t Baptist ehuuh. I.KBl'.s' S(I.NT i KJ.i'iPKMKXT Ciairnco l.jTiu.-s, Jr., 20, C T.cxin t.i. win if r.'.v.- '.it Kr-ntuoitv'.-. V KEIV :iAS., Slier I3aLE5ItLIs SF YCU l'."LiiiT bafr, linri? ilindrurf. or are i -i '; (: l.i. i -..ii Cut K'JTAtKO. ' ooatsuu- to New ,1-lALL CHURCH SIS HONOR- PR'OKT! ''' r-,'-' -1."5';:,;.r cmtna. tu i-!-;; I i.,.;-.:. fu.i.1 u!!.-r. C. t a t,.:s a mm ii ami . r " . . i A , land turned a' somersault i'iVir. Snake! . -ero ho ; woftt onV'.iVo tays the .sis to be x'tTTVZ ? ft i Bint, 18, a!:o ri;:! 1 01 a nni!i;nai'f arni liom fn tu Uu.s;:.!i ,st!i(i-,l fo EnrtPi- h..lidavs, l.;,r bany in a motor ear, were married end left for a bridal trip in thr? Eat. full attendance of t ho m.-m!ic-i!-hii . urged by the pastoj. (beaded i7vre: .than any other animal. Misses" A da; Alma'- aiUU5 Jdwor W. jfJmyth ailif " in from He'rea, where Uhey hr.d jc attendinfr College. Thoy iwill not return for the spiring. term, j James W. Smvi-h ha3 ;rone to Dat- COLOnED COLUMN - Card of Thanks Ye W'.Ax to thank our many friends 1 NtTbSCKIP.i: VO.ll THE DAILY REGISTER. ONLY A YEAR. j All churches of jlard.-'towTi : naid'j i honor to the Rev. Father Coviioliu:; ;. jO'Donnel, G7, for 40 yeaiv; piict;L at; St. Joseph s church, whoe body v MV I i for their kindness and consolation dur- itlo Creek, Mich., where he will make ;nrr the illness 'and death of our ' -i Fit- . ?a.-:r-:o;! ir. Z&h& F, New 'rk,f.'.Y. ; Co., V. L. ?.!ij:ldtcn. I III ill! ! Illl I I Hill III H ' 'U. L. Perry, and S',oc-!:i.;:i ci S;a. w lay "l.l. I! U'v t ! , "t r ii f't " u. 4 if f f . Puncture-Proof with Every Cord-Quality EE Conl Punelure-Proofs are the only JLJcorc! tires that can vin an argnrnent' with steel. Let the thinnest, toughest, sharpest nail or stoutest spike try to pierce the triple thickness of steel discs. They cannot pass. Yonr tiihc is safe. The cord construction is uninjured. Not a cord cat or weak ened, for the steel discs are placed be tween the cords and the tread. For eighteen-months Lee Cord Punc ture-Proofs were puhjecled to the severest tests before heh)g offered to the public. They were everything that a cord tire should be not a single cord quality had been sacrificed to make them punc lure proof. Let us show you the quality and construc tion of this remarkable tire. i his future home. Unrle Geoi-ge Tribble is very sick at this writing. H?iuy Webb moved, out of the Bend last week. Gail Barnes came in. The school census is holding its own, four in and four out. There la a young man gathering fish worms here, but he does not know what he is going- to do with them. whether he will fish in the Kentucky river or the Ohio. Better decide, fish ing time is here. There are two automobiles ordered in this section. Easy to tell who ia uceescful from the orders that go out. Dr. William Shinfessel, cancer specialist passed through the Bend en route' to Richmond and other points looking after his patients. He is 75 years old and was with John Morgan in all his raids during the civil war. He is hale and hearty and says lie expects to live to , be a hun dred. Oil experts are coming this way. It is believed that there is a great pool in these parts. All indications point this way. "DANDERINE" father, Charlie Cornelison. We thank the neighbors and the lodge sisters and the sisters of Club No. 1. We de sire to thank Mr. Elmer Deatherage, Mt. Powell and Mrs. James Cosby. His : morning at 9 o'clock from the St. wife and family. 84 It pd Peter's Catholic church, the Rev X .llUCTl TV 11114111 X. X Ullt.lt AH.U intii.u. LEAVES RELATIVES H ERE j WILL MAKE OLYMPIA POPULAR Mrs. Mary Ellen Moloney. H-1) years j , . . , . ' ' iNo operators were found when four old, died at her home in Lexington 1 pn.bilion agents raided, a still south Sunday afternoon at 1:40 o'ckoK S'lojof Olympia Springs in Bath county, had been an invalid daring c..- lar.tj'fho ijO-gallon still three mash bar three years. She is survived by herii.P:: a flatp stand were confiscat- huaband, John P. Moloney and two cousins, Miss Mary E Sullivan and! J. A. Sullivan, both of Richmond. Funeral services were held Tuesday Serv-TJs canned goods, fresh fish, oysters and vegetables at Neft's First Street Phone 431- Burial in the Catholic cemetery. Subscribe for the Daily Register Stops Hair Coming Out; Doubles Its Beauty.. 7t DEALER'S IMPRINT - fp ran 3 V S ! If S ' 'T L.ayer View o LEE Core! Puncture Proof Cord or Fabric Puncture Proof mm & i TOE NEW DIXIE AUTO CO., OF RICHMOND, KY., Inc. f.. ... X .. 1 f., 9 if T t t t J a i )9 S a A few cents buys "Danderine." After an application of "Dander ine" you can not find a fdllen hair or any dandruff , besides - every hair shows new life, vigor, brightness, :more color ajid, thick ness. " . ' : : . M?or;Trut''iAit3' ' pvcrrbliilt: is,, just. ii fijo'r an iiiveiiJmcrit a's' :Jne ; that is; uncrbuik. A truck that is built to justify a price made necessary by low production and resulting high overhead, end wide margin, of profit per truck is as uneconomic as a truck that is under-. built to be underpriced. Bethlehem Motor Trucks are neither built down to a price nor up to justify a price. They are balanced. They are the proper combination of quality and price that makes for greatest value. They are willingr to be judged as trucks should be judged on their ability to trans :port and the cost of the transportation. Bethlehem Dependability is a known quantity to thousands . of Bethlehem owners. 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