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7 jvn me iuctimond Uaiiy KegisterKichmond, Madison County, Thursday Afternoon, April 15, 1920. ft ' ft ft s Co ' t VALLEY VIEW There is more than mere cloth to sa TRADE MARK for ' YOUNG ' M EN ; ''reinsured! They N addition to dependable materials tailored by hand- there is more than 20 years of specialization in back of every Gold Bond Garment. The maker's guarantee., pro tects yoii ' in every respect The only real economy is to buy '.good' 'clothes and GOLD BOND CLOTHES are popu larly priced within your reach, ilton Brother' H Miss Beulah Flannery, of Richmond and her sister-in-law and little son having been the guests of Mrs. Edgar Burgess from Saturday until Monday have returned home. '";.' Mr. Harry Flynn spent the ' week end with his family here. " Several from here- attended the par ty given at the home of Mrs. Loney Perkins n honor of her daugher Miss Marie on last Saturday night Mr. and Mrs.' Portwood, of Foxtown were visitors of Mrs.; Portwood here Monday. '',,-;. Mrs. Edna Wheeler entertained at cards last Thursday evening. Those present were: Misses Ida Tudor, Jen nie Mae 'Tisdale, Alberta "Hays: and Ifardin and Messrs. Price Tudor and Earl White. All reported a very pleasant evening. Dr.- N. A. Bailey motored to Ohio last week and spent a few days with relatives. . Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Robinson and family have gone for a vsit to his parents at King's Mountain. .Miss Lee Dale . Howard who is at tending school in Richmond spent the week-end with her parents here. Miss Alberta Hays who has been with relatives here for a few months left for Crab Orchard where she will spend a few weeks. She expects to then return to her home in Montana, her many friends Avill regret to know. Mrs. Wharton, of Lexington, is spending a few days with her daugh ter, Mrs. Tom Stafford. Mr. and Mrs. Tom Safford motor ed to Waco Sunday and spent the day with her sister, Mrs. John Baumstark. Mr. Clarence Kidwell returned Sat urady from Ohio where he has been for the past three weeks. Mr. Chas. Masters has returned tc' school after having been absent fo sometime on account of sickness. Pay Wheri Cured Vegetable Compound for Liver. Kidney.1 ttomach Trouble, Constipation. Catarrh fcheumaUsm. Pay when cured. Sotft nilss this grandest ot remedies and won cerful preventative for Grip. Flu. Address, til Ala.ri St.. Cin'ti. O. lar sale at a I'rub- fctorc3,3-.Uax treatment ii-ldy -A NF1WRY: ;&V Mr. and Mrs. R. E. Tndor -entertained several pf their friends - Sunday. Those present were: -Mri' ajul Mrs. Sam 'Million, Rev. Stewart; jjMrcr anl Mrs. Ashfoid Million and family, Mir... Sallie Tudor and grand ifa'ugh tiers Misses Bernice ; arid Beatrice Tudor, Miss jMiirie Quillen, Miss Grace Har ridan and Mrs. Lewis Francis, Mrs. ; Stella . Roberts and , little daughter M;Tlaline Frances of Richmond. v Florida has 250rcle&r. days' a year. - -j -a .... The dogfish is a diminutive nevertheless a true shark. but Louis X of France died as a result of excessive tennis, play. , ri , , flair Grown en Bald Head After being almost totoli bald, a New Yorker bappily found something whieb- brought out a new, luxuriant (rrowtb if hair of which he za sw proud that be will send the information free t4 'anyone' who wk ' for ' it. Write: John H.. 'Jirittan.! . Station Mew York. N. Y. Many wbmen and mi bv Rrown h3r after all ele failed. Cut thin out, cbow others; tUia is genuine. , Madison TJi-ug Co., B. L. Middeltoa II. L. Pern'.' and Stockton &. Son. . . .. -L ,,,, , , , , M , r M f mmi f- T V---'--b-mm III 'U . , WW, iii The Place Behmd and the People l Your L aundered Linen J Do you shut your eyes after your family bundle leaves your hands, or are you curious to know whence it goes and by what manner of people your linen is laundered. Influences that have to do with the betterment of working conditions are making themselves felt in all industries, but nowhere have the results been more encouraging than in modern laundries. Cf Visit our modern laundry. You will find it a headquarters for cleanliness -well lighted with sunshine from many windows;' the floors brightly scrubbed and sanitary; the ventilation thorough, the air sweet. You will also discover conveiences for the employes; everything that we have come to esteem as essential for the physical and mental well-being of workers. J Or spend a few moments with the employes. You will be told of organizations for the encour agement of steadiness and thrift. But most im portant, you will find these workers themselves wide-awake, neat in person, human earnest in the performance of te service that keeps us the most cleanly clothed people in the world. J0ur many employes, who are daily lightening the labors of housewives, are enjoying equally with their fellows elsewhere the industrial advan tages and privileges of the times. C There is no other class to whom you can so safely entrust your, family Washing and the duties of washday. ' J We do family finished work at 15 cents a pound that is, we wash and iron everything, including Shirts, Colars, Dresses, Sheets, Spreads, Etc-, for that price. . ffFor 10 cents per pound we do semi-finished work that is, we iron all the flat pieces and re turn the rest just ready to iron. CJHave our driver call for your family bundle- I PAINT LICK PLAYS NORMALHERE TODAY The first game at the' Normal this season will be played this afternoon with the strong; Paint LickHigh School nine. The game will be called at 3:30 o'clock. Callihan and Gray will be the battery for the Normal team, with Dunaway, who made such a fine showing for, the Model School vat Winchester the other day, in reserve. A good crowd will be present to root for the home team. DEMOCRATIC BOSS OriLLINOIS DIES Chicago, April 15 Roger C. Sullivan, 59 years old, for many years democratic leader of Cook county, died at his home, 342 Wellington avenue Wednesday afternoon. Although' his death was due to a sudden heart attack, his entire family was present when he passed away. ; Suliivan for 20 years was the dominating figure of the demo cratic party of Illinois, and for many years a national figure in politics, was born at Belvidere, 111., Feburary 2, 1861, and was educated in the public schools there.. In 1885 he married Helen M. Ouinlan,. Mr. Sullivan, condemned in his own state by his opponents as a "boss," and more than once "reart out" of the democratic party by William Jennings Bryan, led the movement that finally resulted in m.aking Woodrow Wilson Presi dent, it was Sullivan, who headed the democratic delegation from Illinois at the Baltimore conven tion in 1912 a delegation nledo-- ed to Champ Clark and who af ter sufhcient ballots had been cast to discharge his oblisration to Illi nois switched the state delegation to ; Wilson'; The Madison Laundry TELEPRONE 352 "The Plant That Quality Built TA.tM.C-..' "HI? A I PD" IT VTTr ninm nr PORMJXT. IV i PYrwrnv Lexington,' Ky., April 15 As a re sult of the two-day mission conducted here "Monday and Tuesday by Jame:: Moore Hickson, Church, of England &f'm&&jnte' as 7 'ou'tlmeir by- turn- rnay Wformwr in 'Lexinjrton chui-ches. . : -:.'; Steps will be taken at a meeting- Thursday morning, called yesterday by Bishop Lewis W. Burton, Lexina-- ton diocese, to revive spiritual healing AH ministers who , took part in the mission -are a.-;ked to attend and other ministers will be welcome. Several alleged curses are reported as a result of Mr. Hickson's treatment. The "healer" made a trip Monday night through the rain to the home of a little boy in Woodford County who was dying, his parents declared, of pneumonia. . ! Wednesday morning the child was able to sit up, his parents, -i said. illiit pJUfl A phone call brings a case of ;0 vxtm' Bs Qxpfigaooaa WOW BlSBBilF NO inconvenience just tell the dealer to deliver a case to your home then you can always keep a few bottles on the ice for your friends; for the children. Good for all the family, from theyoungest lotheeldest.Made from the original sparkling and invigorating. Lexington Brewing Co. Incorporated Lexington, Kentucky Pressed gtass is an American invert- jaw. tion. The lily gives off its perfume at Frogs' hav teeth only on the upper midnight. wt-J.4t..tiwC.t,lt.,,MtM SAFETY FIRST nsur.e i . . i- 4 Y.oiifc Tires gainst Punctures Wheri everything is said and done; .you'll have to admit that Rookvood coffee is just about .the best, coffee you ever tasted. Prove it fo' yourself by buying Rookivood ioday from D. B. Mc Kinney & Co'. ; : 82-6t j ; Big Lumber Deal In Estill The P?age Log t . Lumber Co: has boup-ht from Gon? AVilln'ms' of Winchester, 5.000,000 .feet of lumoef jn .Estill countv for ai)- proximately a quarter of a mii- iion dollars. , Don't Read This Adv. Unless y oil need some Big White Seed Corn. Extra quality and its going fast. The time is to order now. $5 per bushel while it lasts. G. B. Dejarnette, phone 91 J, R. D. 1, Richmond. 90 3p POTTS Gold Dust Flour makes better bread. Try and be con vinced. Ask for it. 57 6 SUGAR We have a supply of Sugar and will sell $2.00 worth to each cus tomer who will buy $2.00 worth of other groceries from us. We deliver anywhere in the city. Phone us or come in. . . J. B, BAXTER CASrf GROCER Phone 919 2nd and Walnut. Too Late To Classify FOR SALE Barred Plymouth Rock Mugs, $1.75 per setting of 15: $4.50 for S: $8 for 100. Mary Earl Deatheraee phone 151 1 3.- , 91. 2p KOrt -SALE rKfve teams' of mules, for said .at East End Stock Yards: Rood size and good -workers.' Tom telay. 91 lp FOR SALE Large two story brick f tore -room on. .First - street.-and. Court House ' .sfjiia're. '.Now occupied by A. Dobrowsky. - Second floor completely arranged as lamiiy apartment.- Mrs. RAPPID SEALER in your tires stops' punctures, insures vou the pleasures of automobiling. ' 'When added to your eqiiip mcMU, will overcome the great inconvenience of tire trouble. RAPPID SEALER is a liquid, a small quantity of which, when put in a tire, will heal, all punctures, even those made by a twenty-penny spike. It is a guaranteed preservative of rub ber. It will lengthen the life of any tube in which it is used. It contaiiis no injurious ingredients whatsoever. RAPPID SEALER will give you at least 40 per cent more mileage out of your tubes than you are now' getting, because you cannot .fun your tires partially inflated, nor are you able to heat them up. regardless of weather or road conditions. It is not sticky or gummy and will not dry up inQhe inner tube. It positively will not stick the inner tube to the outer casing. RAPPID SEALER at. the pressure required keeps your tires inflated. It prevents breaking down of side walls and fabric of outer shoe, which is the. cause of a large percentage of blow outs. It will save you the annoyance caused bv tire troubles and assures your reaching your destination on time. RAPPID SEALER is guaranteed as follows by the manufac turer, who makes good to your dealer, he in turn making good to you. To seal a!' punctures above the rim from a tack to a 20' penny spike. To preserve the rubber,; and. give-you 1000 more miles on eacli new cdsing it is used in When directions are followed and air pressure kept up to the amount, requifie1 ly the tire man ufacturers. ; '. .-. . ' ' .-v;; '?;- -' - '.';. Rappid .Sealef has been on the markeii-for Jthe past six years, and- has given entire satisfaction -to users. It has been "thoroughly tested and tried under hardest-conditions and stands the test of time. Once used you will not be with out it, and we feel safe to state that in the next few years it will be a rare, thing to find an automobile tire not equipped with Rappid Sealer. ' FOR SALE BY ougias & Simimons Z33 Walsh Tailoring Co. All patterns exclusive with me. r "T s Personal attention from the proprietor for every cus-: S tomer. . " - Careful attention to every detailand the very best clothes possible to produce. , Are you the kind of a man that kind of service ap- peals to? :-' ;' - . -;-;::'" -v s . My new spring and summer su-itings for your choosing - a pattern. -:J.t: :;';!. :. r jQ LOUISVILLE, 'KV. . . . 91 3 - .