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Hie RicKmonxl Daily Register , RicKmon3, Madison County. Saturday Afternoon, April 24, 1920
ALHAMBRA SATURDAY BESSIE BARRISC ALE She did not believe in divorce, but she couldn't live under the domi nating influence of her husband See how she selves this problem and wins way to happiness. "Eleclioning Roads" . MONDAY H. B. WARNER "GRAY WOLF'S GHOST" A story of a strong man who. "had to face a suspicious world and a treacherous father's past. ELMO LINCOLN in "ELMO THE FEARLESS" and a Pollard comedy TUESDAY CHARLES RAY MAY ALLISON in "THE WALKOFFS" and Her bert Bosworth in "BEHIND THE DOOR" On Wedn&sdav:"atid Thursday THE EYES 0FTI1E WORLD will be presented at the Opera House, Matinee and night . on these dates. RUTH ROLAND in AND "The Adventures Of Ruth" in OPERA HOUSE "RED HOT DOLLARS" Note The Alhambra will be open matinee and night next Tuesday and Wednesday, April 28 and 29, showing- One of the most thrilling serials PRICES 20G AND 30G made See it! WAR TAX INCLUDED O o FREE ,5q WITHOUT A PENNY OF COST OR ANY OBLIGATION WHATSO fefl EVER YOU MAY TRY THE EDEN IN YOUR OWN HOME ON ; XUUK UWN VYftoninu. "Buy If You Like and Pay as Yoa Save" F-ivNTS You laimly washing costs you Z.UU per week. with the Eden Way you "save enov.gh in less than a year s time to inv for the machine, besides vou save the loss of clothes- which amounts to a great many dollars during the course ot a year. v Some Interesting Facts About "THE EDEN" Our grandmother used to cleanse her fine things by dipping them up and down in a bowl of hot water and suds. The EDEN not only does this for you but dips every ting up and down in the big washing cylin der without wear without injury. Everything washable, from the delicate garments to woolen blankets, is thoroughly cleansed in the Eden without the slightest trace of wear or tear. In a few minutes your clothes (overalls or laces). have lost every trace of dirt or grease. I he IvJen is smrpic. It has no moving machinery exposed to catch and injure things. The power is transmitted by gears fully encased. Two levers con trol the entire operation of both washer and wringer. The Eden is sanitary. the sediment zon'j is an exclusive jMien icaiuie. uuiikc iikil other washing machines, the loose dirt is not churned back and forth through your clothes, but settles atonce, keeping the water clean and sanitary. ' The Eden is safe. It cannot blow out fuses or burn out the motor. This is provided for Jv the special clutch that automatically rc-leases the vaslicr or wringer when strained by overloading. The swinging wringer is safe, strong and durable like every other part of the lilden, and is automatical)'; .interlocking. Fi'ht years- of superior service to many thousands of women is' the, Eden's. best' rccom--mendation. When you buy an Eden you mak'e no experiment it is time-tried and proven. m Wad 7: The safely interlock ing swinging wringer locks into six positions. UNDERTAKING "The Store That Furnishes the Home" J 1 UNDERTAKING UNDERTAKING SOCIAL AND PERSON AL - Bkin-rIarlin : The 'following clipping from the ;ntr;d Record, Lancaster, will be of terdst here, where the bride is iuitc pulav, having visited 'Mis. ; W.- P. illard and Miss Anna Mac Walker: Ihc marriage, of Miss Ann Margaret Ikins. daughter of Capt. T. A. El- n, of this city to Mr. Frank Martin, " New1 Haven, Conn., took place in ashington City, yesterday afternoon It six o'clock. (This happy event is Pay When Cured Dr. Burkhart wants you to -write Ihlm play for a treatment of Dr. Burkhart's pgetaDle eompounrt for Liver. Kidney, lomach Trouble. Constipation, eatarrh. henmatism. Pay when cured. Don't Iss this grandest of remedies and won-h-ful preventative for Grip. Flu. Address. jviain tot., jm'ti, o. For sale at all us Stores 30-day treatment 25c Adv. of raucii interest . to fiicndo of the charming and iovable bridcj vho liaa lived among us all her life and counts among her admirers, all of her acquaintances. The heartiest wishes of those who are . near and dear o her, together with her host of f rienns, bespeak for her a life filled with hap piness and joy, and congratulate the fortunate young man in winning her heart and hand. The wedding was 3 quiet one, with only a few friends and relatives being present. She was ac companied to Washington, by her fas ter, Miss Sallie Elkin. They will make their home in Washington for awhile, where Mr. Martin lias a lucrative position with the government. ;Mjss Emmily Simmons, of .Boston, the 'guest of Mrs. Geo. Goodloe, "on Fri day at her, homo on Main street. The : table was most attractive wjth center I piece of pink rose buds in silver bas- kcts. The occasion was indeed a love ly compliment the guest of honor Those present were, besides the gucsit of honor, Mcsdamcs Gcorgr Goodloe, Shclton Saufley, T. D. Che nault, Jr., J. J. Greenleaf, L. B. Weis enburgh, Carrie .Henry, Overton Har bor awl guests, Miss Elizabeth Steele of Taris and Miss Griffith, of Lexing ton and Miss Madge Eurnam. Beautiful Luncheon Mrs. Hale Dean entertained with a beautiful luncheon complimentary to Informal Tea Miss Emma Watts will entertain a few friends with an informal tea Sun day afternoon in honor of her guest Mr. Henry Knight, of Dallas, Texas. will Buy a big package of weighing over a pound, net. What are you paying for coffee? FOLLOW THE CROWD TO TIIFJ , VANDOME wnr.it io voti (;i;t $mm mi:ai.s l'OH. OXI.Y AM. 0!' Till'. IIKIjICACIKS OK Tlll'3 SHASO.V SKIIVKU MVI1KV DAY iimi: !i I-IOATIIHIOIJ . nimm.K ok tijk iu.oc:k SHCOJVU STHKKT LOOK KOIt TIIK STIMP AWMMi THAT'S OlHl ri-Atu Among those who were in Lexing ton, to see Mitzi in "Head Over Heels'' Friday evening were Mr. and Mrs. Joe Boggs, Mr. and Mrs. R. E. Tur ley, Mr. and Mrs. S. J. McGaughey, Mr. and Mrs. Harold Oldham, M.r. and Mrs. Cecil Simmons, Mr. and Mrs. Little Miss Housekeep er says: ' May numbers Colum bia records were released April 20. Some unusual ly large shipments have been received, making present stock larger than usual. W. F. HIGGINS Opposite Glyndon Hotel Mrs. Hale Dean. Mrs. Shelton H. L. Terry, Mrs. Julian Tyng, Miss Sauliey, Mrs. L. B. Weisenburgh and Mary D. Tickels, Mrs. T. S. Burnam, j guest Mrs. Henry spent Thursday in and Mcurayer uuinam, lur. ana Mrs. i Lexington Willis Kennedy, Jvusses Mary Louise ' and Mary Alien Dcathcrage, Miss Mac Mr." and Mrs. John Burnam Scriv- rhelps, Miss Nellie Wilson Hill, and. . e ht i nr t t r 1 ' , , guests of Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Quisen- r"8, iUil"J' ""'""" berry on 2nd street. xuxiiaiii. Mr. P. M. Pope spent Thursday in Lexington. Mr. Charlie George was a visitor in Lexington Friday. Mrs. T. B. Hackett, Miss Bessie Green, Mrs. J. A. Mclintock and daughter, Thclma, were shopping in ! Lexington Thursday. Misses Ellen Hadcn, Eva Congleton, !Fmilv and "F!Hza.rtrtTi TTilr nvr sit liomf! 11.. -i ht. AT -r - . I aim ins. aicx iving spem . from Hamilton College for a week-end ! visit to their parents. Mr. and Mrs. Freu Booker and daughter, of Louisville are guests of Mrs. . Harry , Blanton who will enter- i ( tain at luncheon today in their honor. t Mrs. L. E; f Lane and; daughters: Misses Florie and Margaret, Mrs. G, Thursday in Lexington. George Blanton,, Jr;,i is visiting his uncle Mr. LinvjUe ;in Taris. ; LV. M. T. Chandler spent Thursday ? Mr. Shelby Harbison, of Lexington was i a visitor hero -Thursday. ' with friends in Winchester. J : : . Mrs. C. B. .Green "is the guest' of Mrs. Ed Keller iin Lexington. :. . ' ' Mr. W. S. Broaddus, of Hazard tin at home for-.a week-end visit. -Mr. and Mrs. S. 'M. Todd are guesto of Mrs. E. j. 'Mcdkt in" Winchester. ilr. and Mrs. John Creech are'Vfe- inng--reiauvmJoa? iieinswtHw. ... t .... , , ... ,. v , ... . 4.. . Miss.MargavctAViJire. ha3 .1rJa1m-J."ou "T WU pa!n3tor j i'rt-'rr-r; . .."..-flehea. Feel tirert? liava nadncVui .1 a irom a x-e-wraays;rstay.;-m:;iioiit:-:i;i.- V : iiiujfeesnon,inoornnia; pamiui pass age of urine, you will find relief in HOUSEWIVES today more than ever must continue to do their share in conserving: food, The recognized way to conserve food is with a refrigerator in the home. . Good Refrigerators are a need of the times. Family health, economy and food conservation re quire that food be kept sweet and, wholesome; free from taint. Food that spoils is sheer waste. Waste of food is painfully out of tune with the ' spirit of the times. The ' c l e a zi a To l e Mlfflffa.toir can be washed as clean as a china dish. It is built with one-piece porcelain extending entirely around the door frame over the edges and with rounded front corners. Non-leaking device. Automatic locking device keeps the Leonard Refrigerator air tight. Make it a point to see our display of Leonard Cleanable Refrigerators. Shown in all sizes and prices to suit your refluirenients. tifdorijoi DESPAIR i Tiie Richmand .Ve!ch for - , t; "watcii us cpw" lS H. Noland and Miss, Dora Co!e have Silk sausago casin.s,t cialcd with a returned from a visit to Mrs. II. Lee; chemical preparation1 Hint makes-them Davis in Lexington. clastic, arc a German invention. ed ville. ' Mr. and Mrs. 0. L. Hammond, of Point Leavell, spent Friday in Richmond. Miss Hallie,.Shearer,has accepted jM position with &e TRichmond i; Welch ! !' Company. Miss Dorothy Pcarlman left Fri day afternoon for a visit to friends in Lexington. . Mrs. L. R. Blanton left Friday for a few days stay with Mrs. Ben Buck ner in Paris. , Miss Mary Adams, of Bcrca, .war. the guest of friends in Richmond for the week-end. Sirs. Zenia Cobb and M'rs. Smith Oldham are in Kpoxville the guests of Mrs. Ray Newrnap. ',- V ; ;'' , Miss Jessie Ray'' has. returned to hev home in Garrard county after a visit! to relatives here. i Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Dykes were call-1 ed from Irvine by the serious-illness of Mrs. H." C.Rice. l:-r ! -1 Mrs. James Sliaw and Miss EmmaJ B. Y. P. U. Convention. Prof. Wren J. Grinstead returned from Louisville Friday where he at tended the K. E. A. meeting. Mrs. II. B. DeForbes and guest, Mrs. Morrison, of LaGrange, spent Thursday in Lexington shopping. Mrs. Cynda Karr is expected today from ' Knoxville for a visit to her daughter, Mrs. S. J. McGaughey. . . Dr. Murrison ' Dunn and Dr. B. F. Robinson left Friday to attend the' Medical Association in New Orleans. '.- Mr. and Mrs. Mose Ray, of Garrard county were guests of Mr. and Mrsi Ambrose Calico on Sunset avenue this week. ' ' - GOLD MEDAL The world's standard ramedv for kidney. j liver, bladder and uric acid troubles and National Remedy of Holland since 1696. Three sizes, all druggists. " Guaranteed. Iook (or the name Gold Medal on erery bo and accept no imitation Hand Sapolio Invigorates SoftcnstheSkin The policy of. any business house is quickly perceived by . itscustoiners. ; ;cvel4icadlita.e.ss;iir.kiJ.V MyjLS un un-deviating- policy of giving' satisfaction creates the impression that attracts and holds patronage. This iiisitution feels that its customers and friends and the public are impressed with fact that we operate with their best interests as our first consideration. Our efforts are directed constantly toward the justifying : and strengthening of that impression. FINEST CUT FLOWERS Of The Season ' Call My Local Agent '.' ; ''' - . ' . . '. I - Mrs T. T. Covington Phone 09 L. A. FENNELL 2 DAYS KOT A'-WAR PICTURE y snows iAii,v nintinct j). in. Krt-iiiuj? 7 i. is. anil 0 i. ni. per- ouse '"Hii'f!"'-, Ml "'Flint;, .A (lulls I'iliCKS s-;;.s.. ( 111 Id 1 ... V. sir 'i':i.v Iln-iili'.i-d "( ."; !"!, rOc i riV' Jii$ M :.Hijf'.US'CiOI.O BBtL.MUlGHT.'Mi v.-'