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Ihe Richmond Daily Register , Richmond Madison County,, 1 Monday, Afternoon, April 19,1920
ALHAMBRA OPERA HOUSE ' TONIGHT BILLY BURKE 'WANTED - A HUSBAND' ELMO : LINCOLN IN "EtMO, THE FEARLESS" ' MAJOR HUNT WILD ANIMAL -, PICTURES . TUESDAY ' DOROTHY DALTOfl "HIS WIFE'S FRIEND" A "daring drama of love, intrigue, and pasison. Miss Dalton's talent and beau ty is shown to the greatest advantage in her latest picture. AL ST. JOHN in "SPEED" . a- riproaring Sennett comedy and a Weekly also. WEDNESDAY i4 ELAINE HAMMERSTEIII ' r ' IN "GREATER THAN FAME" Prices $0c and 30c War Tax included IN COMING THURSDAY Special Norma Talmadgs in "TTIne KTEW IM(O0)Ir "THE LOST CITY" with JUANItA HANSEN Greatest serial ever made. by John. Fox, Jr., the story that will live forever FRIDAY DONT FAIL TO SEE . JACK P1CKFORD IN "THE LITTLE SHEPHERD OF KINGDOM GOME" 3: FLOOR PAINT Look at the eaves of your house, there around the rain spout look at those shutters and window-sills. They should be protected at once by Acme Quality House Paint. 'It is cheaper to paint than to repair. Save the surface and you save all. Decay starts at the surface. So should protection. You insure your house against fire. What about decay? Take out a little paint in surance. Have your painter provide you with Acme Quality paint insurance. He can get it for you here. H. L. PERRY & SON SOCIAL AND PERSONAL Entertains Epworth League j The Epworth League of the Metho 4diat. church was entertained in. an- other'-, of the series of . delightful ' 'sici&ls feeing: given thjs season on last Thursday evening at the home of Mr. Frank Powell on -Broadway. A larere number of Leasruers wei'e pres- . i I. - l . . ,.. il ent. uames. during tne cany pan of the -evening were followed - by a most enjoyable candy pull which 1 furnished: much' fun and delicious" re-1 freshments for the guests. The mem bers of the League were happy on Thursday evening also to welcome in to their number Miss Milliner of the Madison, High 'School .and Miss Pearl Magujl5ewhd have recently moved in to Richmond. ' - This organization is one of great uplift and pleasure to the young people of the church offer ing rare opportunities for religious development and social intercourse. This occasion proved to be one of the mst delightful of all and the beauti ful hospitality of Mr. and Mrs. Powell was enjoyed to the uttermost by the Leaguers. Entertain for Birthday . ; Mrs: I. Mj' Tudor, was i given a de- ugimui surprise r riuay evening wnen a number of her friends and neighbors gathered to assist her in celebrating her birthday. Each guest brought a splendid contribution to the luncheon, which was a;jvery pleasing feature, Included weie. Mr, .and. Mrs. , Pireatt, Mr. and Mrs. J. Million, Mr. and Sam Million, Mrs. Lodelle DeJarnette, Mrs. t i -mmi " t ji ti ' jacKson iviiiiion anu Jttrs. i,uvner nay den and daughters. A1' 'V" . ', i . Hager Bowers;. v ' .tfy .The marriage of,;'! Miss Minnie Hager, daughter of Richard Hager, of Jessamine county to Albert J. Bowers, formei'ly of Baltimore, Md., is reported. They will . make their fu ture residence in Lexington. Brinley Leverless Cultivators Get Full Earring Power From Farm Machinery What Means Most To You Is What We Try Most'To Give There is only one way to buy an implement economically. Buy it on the basis of its earning power. Buy it for its ability to do good work for you right from the start and year after year. - , It is our aim to sell full earning power every time we sell a farm implement. That is why we buy from a firm that takes every care to maitain its reputation for making only good implements, . why we show you the implement before you buy so that you can be sure it fits your requirements. why we set the implement up exactly right before we turn it over to you, ' ... why. ve are always ready to help you understand every adjustment- before you start operating the implement. i why. we' maintain a prompt repair service so that , when parts become worn, you can renew them without loss of time. - All of those things go to insure full earning power. Yet their great importance is sometimes. overlooked. You will appreciate the care' we take in observing them.. ' C6me in and see our lme of cultivators Brinley Lever less;; Buckeye and the one h. p. Fowler for shallow cultiva tion. VUso' Rostus tobacco plow.. Dbuglas & Simmons Phone 20 Second Street Hardware Everybody's Store Mr. ?.. T. Rice spent Sunday in Lancaster. ' i , (R. W. Elliott, of Coyle, Ky., visited friends here last week. Mrs. Percy Reid has returned from a visit to Cincinnati and Paris. Miss Emmaline Pepper, of Stanford is visiting Mrs. Tom Hendren. . Miss Evelyn Guinchigliani has re turned from a visit to Louisville. Harvey Elahton has been detained from school the past week by illness. Miss Cynthia Davison was at home from Stanford Saturday and Sun day. Miss Louise McKee, of State Uni versity spent Saturday and Sunday at home. Mrs. Hubert Willoughby has return ed from a visit to her parents in Danville. Many friends will regret to hear that Mrs. Ballard Luxon is ill of scar let fever. Mr. Tom House was at home from Winchester for a week-end visit to relatives. ) Miss Lillie Hatfield, of Waco, was the guest of Miss Viola Hall for the week-end. Dr. J. G. Bosley and Mrs. Bosley have returned from a few days stay in Lebanon. Mr. Jeptha Jett went to Lexiner- ton Friday to be under the care of a nerve specialist. 1 Mrs. W. A. Triplett and daughter of Mt. Sterling are visitiner Miss Lucy Brandenburg. Misses Jennie Lynd and Mary Jack son, of Berea, are guests of Miss Lou Wells on 2nd street. Messrs. R. S. Moore, Claud Foley and Earl Rose spent Sunday with friends in Winchester. Mrs. S. J. Hisle has returned from a visit to he rdaughter, Mrs. Frank Carroll, of Nicholasville. Master R. V. Hardin, of this city . . . I is visitiner his ffrandnarents. Mr. and ! Mrs. Adams of Paris. Mrs. Joe Panther and children, of Louisville, are guests of the former's father, Mr. Guinchigliani. Mrs. S.' A. Turner has returned to her home in Savannah, Ga., after a visit to Miss Mollie Fife. Mr. and Mrs. R. E. Anderson, of Lexington,' are visiting Mrs. A. M. Davison on L ancaster avenue. ' . Mr. 'Earl McDougle 'has .returned from a visit to his sister, Mrs. Bei ton Brown at Quicksand, Ky. Mr. Waller Chenault was called to New Castle, Saturday by the death of his relative, Mr. Webb Barbour. 'Messrs. Tom O'Conner, William and Clarence Ballard, of Irvine spent Sat- Little Housekeeper Says: She gets Needles, Bob bins, Shuttles, Belts, Oil, etc., for her sewing ma chine from W. F. HIGGINS Opp. Glyndon Hotel urday in Richmond on business. (Mrs. J. S. Collins, Miss- Mairann Collins and Mr. and Mrs. W. P. Mil lard spent Sunday in Paris the guests of Mr. and Mrs. Earl Curtis. Mrs. Kate Scrivner and daughter, Miss Ruth were over from Winchester, the latter part , of the. week visiting relatives and friends. ; Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Shanks, of Stanford, spent the week-end with the latter's parents, Mr. and Mrs. T. E. Baldwin on West Main street. Miss Sue Chenault, who has been visiting Mrs. Dan Chenault in New York City is with friends in Hartford, Connecticut, before returning home. Miss Ollie Tye Williams and Miss Allie Deane Ray, of Sullivan Hall were the attractive guests of Miss Mary Emily Chenault for the week end. . i . ' . ; i . was Kaised a NewStandard for Baking Powder Because it is made in the . most careful and scientific manner from absolutely pure materials that re main pure in the baking and in sure wholesome, healthful foods. Because it possesses the greatest leavening power. . Because it is not affected by time or. weather it never loses its strength and never fails. " F"i iii ' . '. iBecause it is most economical jnyou save when you buy it and liyou save when you use it. . STTik!i ota fh TMcrrrw wtiv Pain. met is tne standard baking powder r-"hrnr& e( mil Hrm3 more WA - being sold than of any other brand. Try it always buy itlYour." grocer can supply you. , . Calumet contains only sneh' Jngrefli'' ients as have been approved officially . , by the U. S. Food Authorities. j(Jy nltallJLD 1 AWARDS CTHADCBY-D1C1 SWIFT'S PRODUCE REVIEW, Marketing,' ahd! distributing5' have been disturhetl '.h-is week on account of the inability-.'of railroads to move product, , anil" the- market quotations, instead ' . " oi, , re Aecting , the general situation, merely reflect a ( Jpcal' con dition. - " ! !' Receipts of eggs at primaty" mar kets are considerably lighter arid generally being used Tor current con- 1 bWIVI H" irere being sumptioniIvery uittle placed in ftSft4Vv uteceipts or cream delivered to ... . it.i.itk- creamenes this ;week show some ln- .... . 1 1 j . i , crease, but there has been a, larger supply of butter available in jChicago for local use. I! It has been difficult to move dairy products to Eastern cities and this situaton has caused values to fluctuate during the week. There are large stocks of both but ter and eggs in producing territories, wheh are not moving freely to mar ket on account of the railroad situa tion. ; I 'Movement of live poultry is ex tremely light and is governed entire ly by the ability of the shippers to move it to local market. As the rail road situatin clears up, values will re fleet the actual trade conditions. NOT ENOUGH "JACK" We hear a great deal about the W. S. TayioY, O D Graduate of Needles In stitute of Optometry. Eyes tested and glasses accuratelyp fitted. We do repair work. Office in Dixie Inn Bldg. Home Phone 700 : BM0N6I CHlCAOO FINEST Of The Season ' ' : ' '-it, I Call My Local Agent Mrs T. T. Cpvingtcn ; Phone 69 L. A. FENNELL Pure Lard can't be better and come out of Mr. Hog. Take our advice and get your summer sup ply while the price is working. Listen bo Can only Where Why way up there where you get 1000 other good things to eat. Come on; going good. airry 1 EE!. 1 PHONE 97 Incorporated "WATCH US GROW labor situation, but below, you will find a pretty good one: A negro applied to a Cross cotton plantation manager for work. "All right," said the manager. "Come in the morning and I'll put you to work and pay what you are worth.'' "No, suh, I cain't do that," replied the negro. "I'se gettin' more dan dat now." ; ;j . . y .. mck. NOUVEAUX RICHES Mrs. NewRich: Did you take your medicine this moring? I Mr. NewRich: iNo I made the housemaid swallow it. What's the use of having a houseful of servants if we don't make , them do the dis agreeable work for us? Le Rire. PONY STRAYED from my place; is a sorrel with white spots; heavy main and tail; reward for return to Fred W. Evans, 237 Second street or phone 741. 93 FOLLOW THK CROWD TO) THE VANDOME WHRKE YOIT" GET $1.00 MEALS FOR OSLY1 mm PUBLIC SALE Having solid my property I will of for at public auction at my home on Kast Main street, almost opposite the cemetery, at 2 o"olock p. m. on SATIKDAY, AIMIII. 24ili all my household and kitchen furni ture, consisting of 1 ironing board, 3 tables, 1 cook stove, 1 heater, 3 beds, springs and mattresses. 2 dressers, 2 wash1 stands, 2 rugs, chairs and rock ers, 1 kitchen safe.- 1 refrigerator, dishes and cooking utensils, 1 sewing machine, fruit jars, crockery, etc., 1 oil stove, 1 typewriter and table, 1 lawn mower, potatoes, come canned good3 and other things too numerous to mention. . .These' goods are. all m good- shpe , and.-, well cared -for and will - be -bargains" ' for- ail 'Who' attend the sale. .' ' " The terms of sale will be cash, as Mrs. jviiuer , ana ner daughter, are leaving the city and will have no time to look after collections. MltS. KRRI) MIU.RI1, Owner Col. Hob Walker, Auctioneer mo we th When everything is said and done, you'll have to admit that Rookwood coffee, is just about the. best coffee you ever tasted. Prove it to yourself by buying Rookwood today from D. B. Mc" Kinney & Co. . : , 82-6t OTTSGold: ii51oujtf mflices' better brea.: : V Try; and be cbn vinced. Ask for it. 57 6" AIX OF THE DELICACIES OF THE SEASON ' SERVED - EVERY DAY HOME COOKING , Vi FEATURED MIDDLE OF THE BLOCIt SECOND STREET LOOK FOR THE STRIP . AWNING THAT'S OUR PLACE Notice To Claimant Notice is hereby givers that on the 8th day of April, 1920, one five passenger Ford automobile was siezed near Berea, in Madison county, Ky., same being used by Aaron Fender, in transporting moonshine whiskey in violation of Section 26, Title 2, Act of Oc tober 28th, 1919: Claimant must file claim with me at Lexington, Ky., on or before the 29th day oLApril, 1 920. Owner or claimant may execute bond in the sum of $400 and have possession of property seized until the case is finally disposed of in the U. S- District Court ; Eastern District, Kentucky. T R M. Willianis Federal' Prohibition Agent .