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Page Three The RicKmond Daily Register , Richmond, Madison County, Thursday Afternoon, April 1 5, 1 920. TONIGHT ROBERT WARWICK KATHLYN WILLIAMS AND WANDA HAWLEY IN - "The , . . , - Tree of Knowledge" FRIDAY SATURDAY H. B. WARNER ALHAMBRj 'Duds' gives all the thrills and pathos appreciataed bya picture going public and 'is already de clared a success by thosj who have seen it. A Jazz Monologue Pictorial Life and Christie Come dy also. " . . Ton in OPERA HOUSE PRICES 20C AND 39C : WAR TAX INCLUDED "A WOMAN'S IIOI'OR" RUTH ROLAND in "The Adventures Of Ruth? And a Lions and Moran Comedy Notice We will open after the parade circus day. "THE LOST CITY" The serial with a thrill in every scene. Every body is talking about it See it! Assisted by Naomi Childers and Christine Mayo in Moore 1 o THE 200 Brooms now in our show window and will be sold Saturday at the low price quoted . 1 Br fSl room: 2 6 Only two brooms to each customers for CASH ONLY. In order to give our country friends a chance in this sa,e we will receive no orders for brooms before 10 o'clock. , - Seweli McKinney . " Telephones 16 and 223 , h SOCIAL AND PERSONAL D. A. E. Meeting The monthly meeting of the Hoonc ' Hboroagh Chapter D. A. II. convened at the attractive home of the Regent, Mrs. James W. Capertor. Monday af ternoon, April 12th. There vor-' twenty-five members of the Chapter present. The meeting- opened with the Lord's prayer, after which the minutes were read and approved. Mi's. Caperton paid a beautiful ' tribute "tc Mrs. Samuel J. Shackelford of Frank fort, our Stiate Kcgent, whose sudden death occurred only recently and said Will Exhibit In - RICHMOND MOC APR. l-9 th Inveslment Service Based On Fifty Years Experience. Hard. honest effort makes a clean mind, a ' hcallhy body and a cheerful spirit and brings results that compensate. : Fifty years' experience with honest and effi cient service to our customers has won for . us a reputation of honesty and integrity. Our aim and ever present ambition is to sell securities that are safe and which will al ways remain so. Ask your banker concerning us and write for advice about investments. J. J. B. Milliard arid Son . 130 South Fifth Street ; v Louisville, Ky. 200 BROOM SPECIAL cents cents that the meeting would be a memorial to her. Mrs. J. J. Greenleaf read, ''The Chambered - Nautilus" by Dr. Oliver Wendell Holmes, after which the chapter stood for a few minutes through respect. "2To one hears the door that opens; When they pass beyond our call, Soft as loosened leaves of roses,:'." One by one our loved ones fall.""' After; a brief business session the literary: program was given. Miss Em ma DeJarnette gavf .the ; monthly, D. A. E. Magazine report in an 'interest ing style. Miss Mattie-Tribble ' fol lowed with a very! delightful paper on the review of "The " Hothams" by; A. M. W. Sterling, a veryanteresting old English' family. .JThc, chapter, was de lighted, to have present Mrs. A. R. Burnam, the former. Regent, who told of her recent visit South. - The social hour followed when a delicious ice course was seized the hostess' being assisted by'Mi's. Pau' Burnam, after which the meeting adjourned-to meet with Miss Bessie Miller May 10th. . : ; -;'. w v b wjra a t:i X IHA. 'Kin if Chances" are It's WOrMfR-i-lf the. child Is languid, irritable SJij ana restless in sleep. Sou can . find out with K Dr Thacher's ft Worm Syrup Perfectly harmless. Qld doc tor's prescription in use for tOyeais. At your drug store. Kfs THACHETt MTCDTCINE CO. Qris Chattanooga, Tonn., U. S. A. Si MADISON DRUG CO. Young Roe , " Miss Margaret Young daughter' of Mr. Will Young and Mr. Harding Hurst Roe of Winchester were mar ried Monday at the home of the bride's uncle. Rev. O. J. Young, who perf ormed the ceremony. " (The bride's sister, Mrs. Jesse Hall- was the only attendant.' They will make their home in Winchester where the best wishes of many Richmond friends follow them. Entertained Friends Mr. and Mrs. Foster A. Clark de lightfully entertained a number of their friends Sunday at their home near Waco. Those who shared the hospitality of Mr. and Mrs. Clark were: Mr. and Mrs. Joel Blanton, Mr. and Mrs. Hume Park, Mr. and Mrs. Charles "Berryman, Prof, and Mrs. J, R. Robinson and Mr. Martin of Rich mond, Mrs. Ford of Berry, Ky., Mr. and Mrs. Will Clark and family, Mr. Will Blanton and nephew of Lexing ton and Rev. and Mrs. H. J. Clark. A delicious dinner was served and a very delightful time was repoited. Miss Margaret Wilmore was a vis tor in Lexington Monday. Mrs. T. E. Baldwin and Miss Ollie, spent Monday in Lexington.' Miss Willie Mae Park, of Lexington was with friends here Monday. Miss Lou Pigg and brother, spent last Sunday with Mrs. E. E. Davis. Mrs. Hale Dean delightfully enter tained the Nullo Tuesday afternoon. Mrs. Robert Minter and Miss Mary Etta Hackett spent Tuesday in Lex ington. Mrs. J. R. Pates spent Tuesday in Lexington with . her ' sister, Mrs. Grant Lilly. Mr. J. R. Moberly, of Indianapolis is visiting Mr.' and Mrs. S. P. Bush on 5th street. - V Miss Fannie Sue Park and sister, of Union City were guests of Mrs, S. P. Bush Tuesday. Miss Lourine Gelken, of Lexington, arrived today for a visit to her sister. Mrs. 01 in Creep. ' Mrs. Ollie Green and children., arc visiting the former's parents, Mr. and Mrs. William Smith. r . ' - Mrs. T. B. Collins lef t ; Wcdnesda for a visit to -her sister, Mrs. Flana gan in West Virginia. , Mr. and Mrs. Richard Gelken, o:f Lexington, were recent guests of then daughter, Mrs. Olin Green. Miss Jennie Link, of the Eastern Normal spent the week-end with the horncfolks at Hutchinson Station. , Miss Bettie McCann Perry has re turned to Hamilton College after i week-end visit to Miss Mary Harpej Heider.son in Georgetown . Mr. and Mrs. William Woodward who have been spending " sevcra weeks in Mew Orleans hare returned and are with Mr. and Mrs. Jcpthr Chcnault for a visit. Mrs. J. H. Davis has returned t her home in Williamsbui'g after a five weeks visit to her sister, Mrs. M. V. Miller. She will join her daughter. Mrs. Alonzo King there and return mmm For every dsy in the week. Fcr every room. For general . housecleanlno. Solid Cake Ho watte Women Bright eyes, a deaf skin and a body full of youth and health may be youre if you will keep your system in order by regularly taking - GOLD MEDAL Th world's standard remedy for kidney, liver, bladder and uric acid troubles, the enemies of liie and looks. In use since 1696. All druggists, three sizes. Cook for the name Cold Medal oa mrmrr box ad accept do imitating ' MOYNAHAN & HIGGINS CONTRACTORS - CUT TOBrES WORK KXCAVATING Coocrete work la all Its branehca. We secure oar atone front the fa aoua Marble Creek qaarry la Jra samlne eonnty None Better. Let ua tig-ure with you on laylns roar Cellars and Foundation. Made Young Corn Pain Stopped Quick "Gets-It" loosens Them So They Lift Off in A Jiffy. The corn pains cease as soon as a few drop of "Gets-H" reach the corn. It goes out of tbe hurting business forever. For a day or so the corn remains, getting looser and looser and with out a twinge from it. Then, it gets so loose that you just lift it right off, without even feeling it, and cast it away. That's how easily and simply "Gets-It" disposes of ; the corn nuisance. "Gets-It." the unfailing, guaran teed, moneyback corn remover, costs but a trifle at any drug store. Mf'd by K. Lawrence & Co.. Chicago. Sold in tticnmona ana recommended as- the world's lest corn rfmpdy l Stockton &. Son. H. L. I'erry & Son. with her to Akron, Ohio, to make her home. " 'The following front the Lexington Herald will be read with interest here where Mrs. Woods will- be remember ed as Miss Mamie Sc'rivner and has a host of near relatives and friends. It says: "Dr. and Mrs.,WillJam Woods Tfylor have returned from Louisville where they attended the meeting of the State Dental '.Association of which Dr. Taylor was elected Presi dent". ; ' ' . Amoir ; tvosc who attended ' tlifc Symphony concert fh Lexington Tues day evening- were: Mrs. G. W. Fioklos, Miss Mary D. Tickcls, - Mr;; T. 3. Bui nam, Mrs. II. . L.. Ten y, Mra Tyng, Mrs. T. J. Turlcy, Miss Dorothy retry, Mr. and Mrs. McGaughcy, Mr tml Mrs. Homer Carpenter, ;,Mis.1 Je;;sc Carrcnter, Miss Alice Mctcatf, Miss Elmer Kathcrinc Douglas, Mr.;. Middelton, . Mrs. Bodey, Mrs. II. B. Hanger, Mr. Douglas Chcnault. KSBKSViLLE Mr. and Mrs. John Bellamy entcr- itnined with an elaborate dinner Ruh jday in honor of Mr. and Mrs. Hobart ville, Tcr.n., Thursday. Mr. r.nd Mrs. Wylie Sebastian wert- guests Sunday of Mr. and Mrs. Willie Sanders. " " Mr. Eugene Spui lock has begun hi:', work in the bank here where he lias acccptexl a potition as cashier. Friends and relatives at thi place will be grieved to know that Mr. Wil lie Prewitt is seriously ill with ty phoid fever at the home of his grand parents, Mr. and Mrs..W. T. Watson at Nina. His many frends extend their IN SILK AND LISLE ALL COLORS Richftioiii illineryCo I - Corn Gone ; f XV "Gets-It" If ? VjXGot I m mi lill MS? &c Lwii T T T i i i "tt-n mm ax if P1IOSK 07 :a?z!.'ate ALL CCLCR3 TO IvTATCH YOUR HALL" POFECTLY HAND X:GrZ$ AND IADS VTTH RELNTCRCZ3 F."INCE SCZNTinCALLY rrXPATJ3 C7 RIAL IIUMAM I!Aa : "MADE STRONGER fc .'-WEARS LONGER" 15 CENTS EACH, AT E.V.ELOES i . 1 1'WyiaiTtMttiiJLjriicJi nil " Wa P IT o p iLdl! John D. has just given the Baptists another million and gasoline h already 30 cents. Sugar going higher every day," some say to 30 or even 40 cents- Everybody is looking for chewing gum to advance. The Nickel odeon has gone to 30 cents and the Sparks Show is certain to be higher. Gee! Who is taking all this joy out of life any way? But along comes the ; aUiho R!chm??n' "V clch :Cr)mpaay 'and 'once again you cssi.gol youy breath Best quality merchandise. The .Vj.aior.n...cdyfcrli':cd lines and the prices save 3rou real nsGnsj, C20srfi dzSsrcncc to go and bave a good time. j n swa mm e Incorporated j best wishes for a speedy recovery. Mr. and Mrs. J. Smith Hayes,' of Winchester, spent the week-end with relatives here. . - ' Mr. "Robert Bellamy is on the sick list. - : ...., Erother Lee Woodward was the week-end guest of Mr. and Mrs. R. T. Long, Jr. He delivered a beautiful inner ; For Only : 50CTS - - . .. . . 9 - Any Day In The Week Except: Sunday . ... We Feature . Home Cocking VANOOME SECOND STREET laaBj. JaBaBBBBBBBBaPBBBBaaBBBBMBBBB Dollar .D Karry r?t - "WATCH US GROW' address Sunday, , his subject being, "The Ruling Passion". It was enjoy ed by all who heard it. Mr. and Mrs. John S. Long and Mr. Willie Long, of Hyattsville motored to this place Sunday and were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Shirley Cotton. The Kirksville High school is very busy rehearsing their play, "A" Poor Married Man", which will be given at the school building May 5th and it is expected to be the best play that has ever been put on at this place. Finest sponges come from the Red Sea. ' ' ; .. ' ? .Dogs are bred for food in Korea. She was Fat - ' The hadow on this picture' rives JOU an idea how she looked and felt. By taking Oil f Karain and followina ' easy directions of Korein iiu-. . . nl mmAmtM na ik. ' in three months. Kow she ' is scile, attrtctivs. men ially alert and la better i bealtb. Sellable anU-Iatl MK-treatment. Many wo 1 lastincly. 10 to SO pounds. - Stroma erojeitifets , tlenier and rmsin set Bsie. pleassnt method. . fndorwd by phyticUns. $160 GUARANTEE. Buy ' Oil of Korein at ay tlrufiisf : or -write for free brochure (comes to you in plain wrapper) to Korein Co 10-301. gUtion V. Kmw York City. . Madison Drag Co B. L. -Middelton, H. L. Perry, and Stockton & Son men mn wmiMrt ' 1