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The Richmond Daily Register, Richmond, Madison County, Wednesday Afternoon, April 1 4, 1 920
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A story of tears in the Garden
of Love. A great picture "with a
'great cast See It.
"THE LOST CITY"
Featuring Juanita Hansen. A ser-
ial with a thrill in every' scene .
entirely different from all the
others. , -
' TONIGHT '
MARY MILES MINTER
' IN'
"NURSE MARJORIE"
"SAUCE and SENORITAS"
and a Weekly
The Bitter Fruit She had toyed
with him wrecked his life Now
she was waiting to signal her lat
est dupe, to come and take her
away. Maddened, his hands were
closing on her throat when her
hsubandhis dearest friend, walk
ed into the room. "
FRIDAY
TOM MOORE in
"DUDS"
"Settled in Court," a Jazz
Monologue and anPictorial
Life Weekly
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ECatihlyn VJiDDiamo and
Wanda. Hawley ' tmS8 Cumings
'The Tree of Knowledge,
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The AutoSfcrop Razor
' . . Is Complete in itself
It is. mere than a razor mere tli
aicty device.
Ctn bri stropped, usfvl and cleaned with
out -taking apart; without even removing
the baI.
- And i.ke p perfectly stropped ordinary
razor tlis blade improves with use.
Andi doesu t cost you n.er.t tc prove
ill this to your own satisfaction.
We Will Lend You
an AutoStrop: Razor for a full
thirty day triaL ; If ; you then de
cide to keep it, pay ua $5.00 for
it-it not, return it without further
obligation, 'Ift; .
You Pay Nothing to Try
This Razor
Any responsible party can make
arrangement over our cutlery
counter for this Free Trial. If
you have a charge account, write
to us and we will send it to you by
maiL
. Ycu are given the opportunity
of trying this wonderful Razor,
without any kind of risk. For a
month you shaving will cost you
nothing then you may return the
razor if you can get along without
it.
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H. L. PERRY "& SONS,
SOCIAL AND PERSONAL
Elks' Dance
The dance given at the Elks' Club
Monday evening was one of the most
delightful events of Easter. Smith's
Sextette of Lexington furnished the
music which was unusually fine, and
a large nunibor of dancers were pres
ent. The out of town visitors were
Miss Elise Kidd and Miss Christine
Force, of Frankfort, Miss Anna Ware
Chenualt, of Louisiana, Miss Willie
Mae Park and Miss Katherine Caden,
of Lexington, and Messrs. Felix Ken
icky Lucien' Fluty; Clarence Bloomfielcl.
ofi .Winchester, , Mr. ; Cabel ; Arnold, ,'p
Paint Lick, Messrs; Ballard dial Berry
Ui j-juiil: LVil. . . : .(' . . . . . '
Miss Green. Delicious refreshments
were served, the hostess being assist
ed by her mother, Mrs Olin Green.
Piano Club
Miss Margaret Green was hostess'
to the Piano Club Monday afternoon .
at iher 'honie on - Second; street. '.Sy-
lections were given by Miss. Margaret i
Greenleaf,' Miss Jessie Burriam, Miss '
Frances Mays, Miss Mary Arnold and '
Mrs. Muiison Dunn spent Monday
in Lexington.
Mr. S. P. Bush is in West Virginia
this weak on business.
Mrs. Joel Park is the guest of Mrs
Bullitt McCown in Frankfort.
Mrs. V. J. Collins and Mrs. May
oJ.lins spent Monday in Lexington.
Mrs.-J. M. Poyntz and Mrs. C. S
Holton, spent Tuesday in Lexington.
Mr. ,ancl Mrs". Jack Wagers and Mrs
K. ' C, ; Boggs spent Tuasday- . in Lex
ington; U)a1 WuY'h"
: ' ; Pi-of ; , G: ; pi i Smith; '-ind. Mrs.: Smith
have iretiiiTwjd' 'frottf ' 'week-end visit
to Harlan.
Mr.-Walter Quisenberi-y, of Shelby
ville, is visiting his grandfather Mr.
Jonep j'Bowmhn. '; '
I ';Mr.'iAmoki.: ' Hanger VetulT.c'd! ' tc
after-
twe
New "Yoi k ' ' inonday
weeks' visit home. . ..
Mrs. M. C. Covington and daughter,
IF
II liSlI s ... rami
It never fails. Ycej scve vhsn
you uss li kiss mors ihsgi the :
ordEnari' SesveaSng strength
therefore you use less.
Gensrcficns cf good cooks,
have used CaEumet Baking
PoiYder because st JositiveJy
prevcr. its superiority and
ecensssy.
Try It 2 Drive-away feake-day
f&ilisres. Rsduce baktag ex
pense. -. - - ';' :
-CaH fcrCalsiinet BskisPovficr.' :r
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THE
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200 Brooms now in our show window and will be sold
Saturday at the low price quoted
1 Broom. . . 50 .cents"
2 Brooms 95 cents':
univ iwo orooms to eacn customers ior i,Aon wmiii.
In order to give our country friends a chance in this -sa,e
we will receive no orders - for brooms before 10
o'clock. r
Sew
en a mc
Telephones 16 and 223
Kirinev
' ' i - ' ;
Miss Josephine, are spending a few
days in Cincinnati. 1 1 .
Mrs. W. W. Watts and Miss Emma
have returned from a two weeks' stay
in New York City. -
Friends will be sorry to hear that
Mr. J. W. Gilmore is quite ill this
Week at his home on Moberly avenue.
Prof. H. H. Gibson has returned to
bis home at Whitesburg having spen
the past term,1" here at the Eastern
Normal. '
Mrs. G. W. Pollard, of Huntington,
W. Va., will arrive te latter part of
the week for a visit to Mrs. J. J. Nealr
and Mrs. Vernon Leer.
Mrs. Florence Eubank and Mr. Ed
Cobb have returned from Winchester
where they attended the marriage of
Miss Lucile Huls to Mr. Byron Reed.
E. S. Wiggins & Company, whole
sale grocers, purchased a Ford truck,
this week to take care of their deliv
ery service in this and adjoining
counties. t .' v
Miss Elizabeth Hanger left Tuesday
to resume her work in Miss Bypel's
school, New York, having spent a ten
days' Easter vacation with her parents
at Arlington.
Numerous friends here will be sorry
to' hear of the illness of Mr. Howard
Neal Thompson in Detroit, Michigan,
who has diphtheria as stated in a
jhessage from his wife to his mother,
VIrs. Mary Neale Thompson at the
Uolyer-'flats."
Mrs. Cassius M. Clay gave a beauti
ful reception at her home in Paris
Friday afternoon. Those from Win
chester who attended were Mrs. J. M.
Benton and daughter, Mrs. Willis
Battaile and Mrs. Hampton Bush.
'yVinchester Sun.
Mr. and Mrs. Orville Boone are the
proud parents of a fine son at their
home at' Paint Lick. The little
stranger has been christened Daniel
Marshall. ; Mrs. Boone was befoie hei
carriage, Miss Hettie. Williams, : one
si, Madison's popular teachers.
N !Mrs.;: Ji ; W -; Caperton : left Wednes
day to attend the National D.- A. R.
meeting in Washington City.j' : She
will be joined in Lexington by; Mrs.
C. D. Chenaulti who lias been elected
to fall .the tplace. i as Regent, vacant
by the'death of Mrs.-Sam. Shackelford,
of Frankfort.
Nearly Died In Smokehouse
"Mrs. W. A. Toombs, of .Hop
kins county', had a narrow escape
trom surtocation in ner snioKe
house when the door closed and
a spring lock fastened it while she
was cutting meat. A large fire
had been hvot and' it is believed
she would have succumbed to the
wood funrcs if her cries had not
brought help.
HOSIERY - :, -i ,4 W
it i in -rs h i ill! ! i i r . r m i 11
AND If J f- - n W i
LISLE I I A U I
t ALL COLORS . J Y I J W I 1U) H 1
U Millinery Co. i 1 s , ,,..,. ;
mi . - fin a ..
BRADSHAW MILLS
Mr. and Mrs. Jesse East entertained
a number of their relatives Sunday.
Miss Ruby Ray Whitaker, of Red
House, is spending the week with her
aunt, Mrs. Floyd Snyder.. '
Mr. and Mrs. L. W. Warmoth enter
taned friends and relatives Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Snyder w.d son,
Harlan, and Ruby Ray Whitaker spent
Sunday. , with Mr.! and Mrs. S. -N,;
Sanders. ' ' ' .
Mr. S. N. Sandd's -has purchased,, a
victrola and is1' ent'dytaining their
friends with grand music. ' -oh
Miss Jewell. Pr'ewitt, of .Berea Cot-j
lege ,is with honie folks for the week
end. ... . ! ..
. Miss Ruby. Ray; 'Tiitaker has been
the attractive guest of Miss Nancy
Sanders the past week.- :' -.
Mr. Wm. Foley has purchased a
Chevrolet' ciar. " ;7, '..
JUST received-Fresh:- Florida .for
matoes and crisp white Celery. II. II.
Brock and Sons. ,v.rg: 89 It
! GUT FLOWERS
r
Of The Season
I Call My Local Agent
I Mrs T. T. Covington
I ' Phone G3
L. A. FENNELL
Presbyterian Prayer Meeting f
The mid-west pi'aybr service : M-ilJ.be
held at 7:30 this- evening--as usual,
-- ;u-. t
conducted by the -pastor.
SHAPE
ADJJZTIHG
ALL CCLCn."! TO MATCH
YOUR HAIR PERFECTLY .
HAND VOVZiN AND MAD2 VITH
REINFORCLD FRINGE
SCIENTIFICALLY PREPARED C7
REAL HUMAN HAIR
"MADE STRONGER
:-VEARS LONGER"
FOSTER'S OPAL
? We handle hoes , rakes,
2 spading forks, etc., for
gardening.
t. Lawn hoes, screen doors
and screen wire, black and
galvannized. Fight the
f flies and ward off sickness.
? We also handle auto tires,
I 30x3 1-2, price $19.00.
X Fully guaranteed.
1 J. CALVIN TAYLOR
East Main Street
15 CENTS LaCH AT
E. V, ELDER'S
Dollar D
inner
Get
Our price of $4:25 per bushel: on Seed Potatoes 5s $1
per bushel under today's vholesuie maVket. This
price will be 'good until Thursday night of this week.
Yours Now While Getti
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Grocery Department where you serve yourself has now
established itself and we wish to announce that our
prices are always right and will continue so, and if some
of our friends have hollered already, our s:mp!e mes
sage is that we have only started the good work.
Our method is not a flash in the pan but our merchan
dise is all figured on a definite percentage of profit not
only today but tomorrow and the next day. We have
come to stay and you will always get the best known
merchandise on the market for your money. -
For Only
SOCTSr
Any Day In The
Week Except
Sunday
We Feature V
Home Cocking
VANOOME
RESTAURANT
SECOND STREET
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