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1 " Hie RicKmoncl Daily, Register, RicKmonHMsiHisoli. County, : Friday Afternoon, June r4, 1 920
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"JENNY BE GOOD"
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You will cry a Utile and laugh a lot
with the winsome heroine . of this
soul-stirring drama.
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m '"ADVENTURES OF MJTIf
. and. a TOPICS OF- TBE &Y . "
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Little Housekeeper Says :
Our Porch Sets are going
fas. Better get your now.
W. F. Higgins, opp. Hotel
Glyndon.
SOCIAL AND PERSONAL
Oh; fly days
Are nigh days,
Get out your little swatter.
Else thy days """
Arid my days i
- Be shorter than they oughtei'.
Entertained at
Six O'clock Dinner
Mrs.S. P. Bush entertained at six
o'clock dinner Sunday evening at her
home on Fourth street. Her guests in
cluded Mrs. G. M. Glenn and sons,
Charlie, Marion, William and Max
Glenn;' Miss Cordie Barrow, Miss Nan
nie Mae Brock, all of Winchester, and
Mr. and Mrs. Sam Black and children,
of this city.
Entertained at Dinner
Misi?J. C. Farley entertained at
dinner; (Wednesday in honor of her
brotheif; Rev. James M. Bailey, of
Missouri. Covers were laid for Mr.
and Mjjs. Cabell Chenault, Misses Al
ice an Lena Duerson, Mrs. Gordon
Parish; Rev. Bailey and Miss Carrie
Farleyll 1 '"..'
Mrs. Grant E. Lilly
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Entertains
MrsijGrant E. Lilly has issued inr
vitatiojiis for a "miscellaneous shower'?
at herH?ome in Menteele Park in honor
of Mis$ Carrie Lee Jones, who is to
be married June 11 to J. M. Hedges, of
Detroit, Mich.
Commencement Invitation
Richmond kinsmen and friends have
receivetl the following engraved an
nouncement from Miss Georgia Mae
Moberly, who is a senior this year at
Ward Belmont College:
Thei Faculty and Senior Class
of
iJ ViW-ard-Belmont
invite you to be present at their .
commencement exercises
Thursday, morning, he third of June
. Nineteen hundred and twenty
at 10 o'clock
Nashville, Tennessee.
Miss, Moberly is the attractive
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. R. K. Mob
erly. She wil return home the fourth
of June to spen4 jfche summer vacation.
Surprise Party
Quite ra large party pf. schoolmates
and friends gave Mr. Henry Arnold a
compIetSJaiid happy surprise - Wednes
day evening; -assembling at his home
on' High street to celebrate his birth-1
day "anniversary. Those who compos
ed the party-were Misses Margaret
Turlay Virginia Hisle, Laura Isabel
Bennett, Nannie Evans, Lana Martine
Coates,' eGorgia Smith, Marie Lang
ford, Elizabeth Renick, Eloise Samuels
Carolyn Rice, Margaret and Mary Em
ily Chenault . and Messrs. William
Blanton, William Crutcher, John
Brown Is Lackey, Lewis' Herrington.
William. Minter, Ben Head, Richard
Green.Rollins Burnam, Leslie Evans,
Jr., Colfeman. Covington, William Dud
ley Wafeers and Ed Jones. Delirious
refreshments were served during the
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--flotvers
Every. Graduate should have
Fldwers foritbe. momentous
occasion, and the best Flow
ers are none too good.
I la! finnell
Lexington Ky.
-; Baskets
Corsages . ;
Mrs. TV T. Covington Agt
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On Monday, June 7, we are going to give away absolutely free one thousand bags of samples and souve
nirs. Below you will find a list of articles which these bags will contain. If these articles were purchased one
by one, they would cost you almost $2.00
The only thing you have to do to get one of these bargains is to buy $2.00 worth of groceries, at our
Kash and Karry Grocery. Our prices will be the same as usual and you will pay less here for everything than
you would pay elsewhere. j ; : ;
This is. an opportunity you will notjhave again; so he sure and get one of these free bags.
1 small cake, Palm Olive Soap . ..... "'. . . . . . . .Palm Olive Co.
1 Jello Recipe Book : . . . . Gennessee Pure Food Co.
1 50 page Song Book .... . Sharpies Separator Co.
1 Note Book .... . Oskosh Overall Co.
1 Bottle Opener Diamond Crystal Salt Co..
1 Thimble Diamond Crystal Salt Co.
1 Booklet "101 Uses of Salt" .-.Diamond Crystal Salt Co.
1 envelope Pleasant Pellets ..World's Dispensary Med. Assn.
1 copy McCalls' Magazine McCail Co.
1 package Cakes Geo. H. Streitmann's Sons Co.
1 package Jay's Pepsotone .Jays Pcpsotone Co.
1 Recipe Book ; .Carnation Milk Products Co. -
1 Food Economy Booklet .Chas. B.-Knox Co.
1 Almanac Church & Dwight Co.
1 Balloon or -Popping Pistol . : . . McElroy Sloan Shoe Co.
1 small bag Dolly Varden Flour . . .Louisville Milling Co.
1 Recipe Book ....... . Church & Dwight Co.
1 small package Arm 8c Hamrner Soda.. . Church, & Dwight Co
1 small box Mentholatum . . . . Mentholatum Co.
1 small can Bon Bon Baking Powder . .G. C. Grant Chem. Co.
. 1 stamp case . . . ... . . Favorite Stove and Range Co.
1 note book ...(.. Favorite Stove and Range Co.
1 Recipe Book National Oats Co.
1 small package Postum . ....... Postum Cereal Co.
1 small package Grape Nuts Postum Cereal Co.
1 small package PtistToasties ........... .Postum Cereal Co.
J. ' ,B.ookJet . i .Sjff. i. ...... Postum Cereal Co.
r Recipe P.ook . . . . .California Associated Raisin Co.
1 72 pager Cook? Book ,3L..H. .Calumet Baking Powder-Co.
'1 cake Yeast Foam U . . Xv'.! Northwestern Yeast Co.
1 small package Cereal .,1 Kellogg Toasted Corn Flake'Co.
1 Recipe Book Northwestern Yeast Co.
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1 Book-t-Instructions on Poultry Raising International H. Co, .
1 Book-4-Ilelps for the Hostess . . . ... .'Jos. Campbe-ll Co.
1 Pencil ;; -Bird sell Manufacturing Co.
1 small jpek. Minute Tapioca Gelatin ....Minute Tapioca Co.
72 people will receive Basting Spobhsl .Belknap Hardware Co.
144 people, will receive Key Rings. . . .Belknap Hardware Co.
400 people will receive Pie Pans . .Louisville Tin & Stove Co.
300 people will receive small bags Dolly Varden Flour
.Louisville Milling Co. -
Most of the paper bags will receive one or more articles not
- mentioned in the? above list
Dolly harden Flour 24; tt $1.80
Sunny South Meal,: 21 lb $1.20
Granulated Sugar, per pound 30c .
Karo Syrup, white, 51b bucket .. .. , 50c
Karo Syrup, red, 10 ib bucket .95c;
Instant Postum, . small size .' 23c
. .43c
. 22c
..20c
. .37c
. .28c
..36c
..14c
. .13c
. .-.7c
. . , . : 17c
.. ;.13c
. '. . .6bf
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...... Sc 1
' Instant Postum,- large size . . .
Dried Peaches, peeled,: 11 oz. . . . . . '. .
Dried; Peaches, not peeled," 15 oz.
Dried Apricots, best grade per pound .
Prunes, per pound . . -.-i , ........
Country Hams, per pound", . . . . . .
Puffed Wheat, package' ' . 1 .. . . . .. .
Oats, National, Mother's, Quakers-. . . .
: Cracked Horn ijiyv per pound . . ; . . .
Post Toasties1,? large size : . : . . ;V. .......
( Post Toastiessma .size . . . .'. .
; Ccnox Soap large size..:. :-: ;:--. . v.
. Clean.;-Easy Soap ' V. . ; . . y. .; .' l..it v . .
Fels Naptha Soap . j ...:,'f ... .
I & G Soap . . . . . . .... . .
Ivory Soap -. r-. ... 8c
Rice, best grade 12 oz ;-j .15c
Price'stLemon Extract 1 1-2 oz ..... .:. ..... ..;r i ...... .24c
Price's Lemon Extract, 1-16 oz 18c
Price's Vanilla Extract, 1-16 pt. ....... 18c
Housekeepers Ammonia, quart ; '.9c
Matches 5c
Swift's Lard, 10 lb $2.70
Swift's Lard, 50 lb $12.50
Argo Starch - ; 9c
Spaghetti 9c
Macaroni " 9c
Milk, large size ....14c
Milk, small -size . . . '6c
Phoenix Cup Coffee, pound. ; . . . . . . . 54c
Arbuckle-Coffee, ground pound .43c
Calumet Baking Powder, pound 25c
2 in 1 Shoe Polish 10c
Shinola Shoe Polish - -.v . . . . . . .8c
Graham Flour, ..5 pound bag -. -j ..';. .. ... .28c
Mazola Oil, 1 quart ,..62c
Wesson Oil, 1 quart . .-: . . . . . . . . . . . . . .69c
Pompeian Olive Oil, 16 oz : . . : . 65c
Crisco, 3 lb Gaiij . .,. .... . .' : r .'. . . . . . v. $1.04
.Crisco,, 1 1-2 can . .52c
Crisco, 1 lb can-.........-- v. ....... ...33c
Premier , Salad 'Drcssmc:. 11 o... . . . . . . . .: . . . . .'.40a
jrciiuci .
RoyalBl
Roj'al Baki
ng Powder, Sinali '-?'-: '. iv.JZ. t-i fi. i'i2t;J
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hours and the , birthday - celebration
proved to be a very happy one.
Mr. C. C. Barmett is visiting friends
in Lancaster.
Mr. W. C. Bragg, of Irvine, was a
visitor here Saturday.
Miss Patsy itosson is a home from
Caldwell College,' in Danville.
Mr. W. F. OsBorai, of Winchester,
was here this week on business. ' ,
Miss Mattie Tribble left Wednesday
for a .visit to relatives in Lexington, j his father.. J '
Mr. John Henry, of Spring. Valley, J Mr. Fred Evans has returned from
Ohio is the guest of Mr. Edward ; a business trip to Virgina and "Wash-
Lawson. - .
Mr. R. S. Riddleberger -was .' called
to Virginia this week by the 'death of
ington, D.-C. .
Mr. and. Mrs,. Douglas Parrish and
children have returned from a v:'sit
to Beattyville.
. Mrs. Emma Kaufman, of Lancas
ter, spent Monday with " her , niece
Miss Van Greenleaf.
Mrs. Henry Bosworth, of Lexington
was , the recent guestJof ' Mrs H." B.
Hanger at Arlington. " .:
.. Mr. and Mrs.-John Kennedy and
children of Colorado who have been
visiting Mirs. E. T. Burnam and famir
ly at'Yorick are at Boone Tavern for
anjndefmite period. ,
ClancyKids
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PERCY L.CROSBY
by the McClUre Newppr Syndicate
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