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IKe RicEmon'd Daily Register RicKmona, Ma'dison County,Satur3ay Afternoon, May B,'T92D
TUESDAY I- ALHAMBHA AND OPERA HOUSE TONIGHT EUG HEN Til ROLAND 'MAN 'RICH In In - -THE ADVENTURES OF RUTH and a "Topicsof the Day" FOOL AND HiS MONEY Elmo Lincoln in "Elmo the Fear-less" and a Snub Pollard comedy. "WOULD YOU FORGIVE" -..4 11 O . ? ? ! x 1 JUST VED A Shipment of Cabinet Size Victrolas which we are offering at 5 : and : $150 ' ess mi i ' ft! Hi This is the original Victrola, the genuine Victrola, manufactured by the Victor Talking Machine Company, of Camden, N. J., with tone qualities that will equal any and surpass a great many of the machines now being offered to the public. Be sure in purchasing a Victrola machine that you see the trade mark, "His Master's Vcicc," which appears just inside the lid of every Victrola, that is If the trade mark is missing you are getting a substitute machine, and . genuine. one that is inferior to the celebrated Victrola. We have just received a large shipment of Victor records that have been re leased for ihe month' of May, and Miss White, who is in charge of our music room, will be pleased. to play any selection you desire. If you are coniempJaling buying a machine that will please you long after the price has been forgotten, we suggest that you come in and buy a Victrola, with the world-known trade mark. ; . ... ' . . . ',.., J iff . r BROTHERS The Greatest Music House in Richmond "frtltffwfwfMt.wCH,ll..ii., V PPEARANCE; comfort , convenience j dependa--bility, are the distinctive" features which recommend the Chevrolet "FB Roadster to discriminating . peopled 7 J. . - SOCIAL AND PERSONAL Cuw?Ztt ?S M' 3ijwv AJw TUti, Uiei. The New Dixie Auto Company On Mother's Day a day apart I like to wear close to my heart A fragrant fiowcr pressed; As once my head upon her breast Lay still, a sweetest rest! She's nearer on this day of days Vhon I am luted up in praise. For her dear love, a purging flame That keeps my feet from paths Shame; She's nearer, and I think she knows The reason why I wear this rose. of Mary Patlie Club .Entertained Mjss -Carrie Ai'man was hostess to the Mary Pattie club Wednesday af ternoon and the follwing beautiful program was rendered. Piano Joyful Peasant Schumann Tevis James. Voice Wake Up Phillips Miss Miss Tevis James. Piano 'Evening Chimes Marzian Miss Emma Davison. Piano Russian ' pance Primal Miss Mary Lutie Kunkel. Current Events Mrs. James Leeds. At the conclusion of the program a delicious lunch was served and a delightful social hour enjoyed. The folowin officers were elected for the year of 1920-1921: President, Miss Tevis James; Vice President, Mrs. James Culton, Secrctaiy and Treasur er, Miss Emma Davison. Music Club Reception - The Beethoven Music Club, of Ham ilton College, Lexington, entertained with a beautiful reception the past week to which a number of friends and music lovers were invited. In the receiving line were Miss Nelda Wer neke, Mrs. Lillian Logan Keene, Miss Sarah McGarvey, Miss Edith Rose, Miss Nettie K. Evans, Miss Douglas Cook, Mjss Elan Estill, Miss Elsie Chenault. The parlors were most at tractive in pink roses and lavender lilacs, the color scheme being used very effectively in the ices, cakes and mints. Music by the college orchestra added greatly to the pleasure of the occasion. There were fully 150 guests responded to the invitation. Among those from Richmond were Mr. James Carlton ; Deatherage, Mr. Richard Green, Mr. Wlliam Mason and Mr. Andrew McCord. Lexington Leader. Young Ladies Circle Entertained - Thursday evening the young ladies Missionary Circle of the First Chris tian church entertained the womens' Missionary Society. At this time they presented one of the best mis sionaiy programs ever given in the church. Following the devotional period, a bit of real life was shown in a play entitled, "Tired of Missions". This was so well received and appre ciated by the audience that it will be repeated by request, at an early date. The serving of delightful refresh ments and a social hour closed a very happy evening. , Mr. Everett Sandlin spent Friday in Lexington. j Mr. May Collins, is in Cincinnati on a business trip. Miss EfTie Edwards is visiting rela tives at Carlisle. Mr. J. A. Kennedy of Lexington, spent Friday here. : Mrs. Martin Gentry visited relatives in Lexington this week. Mr. Sam Parks Burnan left Fri day for a business' trip. to Louisville. ; Miss 'Geneva Crasdis the guest of Miss Myrtle Osbornm'; Winchester. Mr. I.Iarvey Brock; t'hasiireturned from a Visit to Mr.''iL'.D,iBrock in Clark county. " .' Superintendent of Schools, Mr. Singleton of Lincoln county, was a visitor here Friday. Miss Virginia Terrill of the Eastern Normal left Saturda5fo?visitSf to the home folks at Stanford. . . ... : Mr. and Mrs. Bedie Ball-mi of .tjar lan county, are guests of Mrs. 'Sam Ballard on East Walimtlfel tjdH ' : : Messrs. M. C. Kellogg) UU Green leaf and John Welch motored to Louisville today for the D,erby. Miss Mary Woolfork, of Lexington, liar, been the guest of . Mr,, and .Mrs. Forest March the past few days. , Miss Maud Synder and Mr. Manier of Beroa, were guests for the week end of Mr. and Mrs. Forest March. Miss Mary Harlow of Winchester, repent several days: this week with Miss Zerelda Baxter on the Summit. Misses Nettie Kate Evans, Emily and Elizabeth Hisle are at home from Hamilton College for a week-end vis it. ' Prof. John Boothe, of Middleburg, Casey county, is visiting his parents, Prof, and Mrs. I. II. Boothe on the Summit. Miss Anna Lee Davis, Home Econor mics teacher of the Normal left today for a week-end visit to friends in Covington. ; ; Dr. W. B. Campbell, of Kentucky Wesleyan College, Winchester, deliv- fad a. ELBA pap! nmm -are being shown this week in all colors and Qre the first hown on the Rich mond mark et.. Come in early and make choice. A' :r: Hi.',1!' K; . VISIT OUR HOSIERY DEPARTMENT FULL ASSORTMENT OF TRANSPARENT AND SPORT HATS A great food waste can be saved by using left-overs from one rnal to . another- by using a Refrig erator that you can de pend upon. Ask for a Gisbon. W. F. Higgins. This is the time of year to feed ZARING'S MILL FEED to your cows and sheep. It helps to grow the young and get them ready for grass. ZAKS' MILL vwmM I i4; !vw . i'Uti 'Hv If m A - ' i t A M ft2i&m&itmmte4n'H iff -wit l& wm W&w: !- V IM W ashday 1' ,-9 Think of it not another washboard backache, not another parboiled hand, not another sigh over heavy "old things" that "just won't come clean." No steamed face or wet feet and generally looking a "frismt." See 1A) I r 3 d "m a? -j (j v.i if vrvj hi a. Eft (iJ Mi I i! f.r) C VftJV M is w a a s h w u a ELECTRIC .CLOTHES WASKSR BlueBird washes die c!othe3 in an hour or so. Everything from lingerie waists to lioor mats come out spotless. BlueBird 's big copper tub w ith the twin-six water action swirls the waterthrough the clothes seventy times a minute. BiueBird's power driven wringer swings in all positions and adjusts for blankets or the daintiest garments. , ; No wearing away clothes with a washboard rub. BlueBird clothss ' c wear five times as long. All mechan ism is enclosed. BlueBird is easy to heaviest clean and looks clean. Arrange for a.. 9 emonstration in jour home to prove BlueBird worth to your own satisfaction . k : VMM : it li ered the addrens to the Senior class at i Waco Ilis' School Friday evening. and his brilo, who were just returning ik:r-r.l t'j thfir son, liu::srll, who waa j from their wedding trip. . seriously hurt an an automobile ac- I Mr. and Mrs. Alex Grinstcad vere cident Thursday morning. His condi- Mrr,. L. R. Miller, of Mississippi, called to IiCxinirton by the serious ac- tion i.; improved. Mrs. Cabell Chenault and Mrs. Harvey ! Chenault were dinner guests -of Miss Marie Harber and Mrs. W. A. Lan ford Friday. Col. it. C. Oldham and Mrs.' Old ham, of Winchester, and Mr. and Mrs. W. D. Oldham of this city compose a pleasant box party at the Derby in Louisville today. Mrs. J. P. Simmons, Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Simmons and Mr. J. W. Arnold have returned from a visit to Mrs. L.-C. Johnson and Mrs. Ii. W. Eoumc in Woodfrd county. Mrs. M. A. Collins was in Lexing ton to attend the reception given by Mr. and Mrs. David McCord Thursday, in honor of their Eon, Mr John McCord TtnU-tL.-i-grlfl.wJ-x..llllilwJiJJ g Ji;.;; M 1W 4 J Mr I. Turkey DresslnB lteeta Green lieans 3Vew Onions Corn Slicks ItiNOUitH leert Ten Coffee lee Crenm Music Special Sunday Night Sapper Six-Thirty III Wra. A. Holt Thos. Barbee FAYETTE RADIATOR REPAIR & VULCANIZING CO 110 Vine Street Phone 360x- Lexington, Ky. ,- We make a specajty ; of repairing Automobile Radiators, Fenders and-Tires. Work done by ex-"" perts and guaranteed Don not allow your radia tor circulation to be" ruined by compounds or inex perienced men. . " Prompt service Prices reasonable. . "li I !i I,.,-! 1. 1 mm i- u x r-ii i- I L iss v ? ' ii .fMWk. Hi . i - . Li A Boy it wMfmm- iw' -s-I-so-. MSA pffWSi Mi M J. S Kl L 1 - n 1 ' r-'rar A few bottles of Dr. Swett s, The Original Root-Beer, kept always on the ice, is a convenience which every housewife may appreciate.1 It is a pure, wholesome drink; sparkling, full of zest, and deli cious to the taste. Made from the original formula the favor ite beverage of New England - for 57 years. ' Order a case from the dealer to-" day delivered to' your home. A phone call will bring it. - Out of town distributors desirous of -making connections, write to - Lexington Brewing Co. Incorporated Lexington, Ky -1 ?S m A' ' K '.