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IKe Dally Register, RicKmond, Madison County, Kentucky, Monday, July 1 1 , 1 921
wh H. B. of Destiny A Most Pleating Story Featuring Your Favorite StarSee It! Also JUNE CAPRICE and PATHE With GEO. B. SEITZ in KTr.wc ' "THE SKY RANGER" ntWi) WARNER - in Dice " V ONE-ELEVEN Cigarettes Ouryearsof making good withmillions of smokers suggests that wekncvhow. Just buy a package and .find out. Thursday. The ceremony took place on the lawn in front of the ' home and was performed by the Rev. L. E. Sellers, pastor of the Har rodsburg Christian church. The bride was given in marriage by her mother. Her sister, Mrs. Henry Coleman, was matron ' of honor and Dr. Haggard, of Nash ville was the. bridegroom's best man. There were , a . number of bridesmaids and groomsmen. cigarettesO Ifcy lUMBKIUHMillUU SOCIAL and PERSONAL ;Your friends like : know; what you are : 'doing. TliMfie'jt to the socity , editor, 6 and 54l: i l'honci- Mrs. Brutus White is visiting her daughter. .Mrs. Emma Eu bank, in Clark county. Dr. Homer V. Carpenter, and Messrs. L. Arnold, Elmer Deatherage and R. E. Turley at tended the Chautauqua banquet in Lexington Sunday, Mrs. John Done'tson. Mr. and M Vs. Henry Lisle and Mr. Z. - T. Rice were guests, of friends in Versailles Sunday. Miss Gladys Smith is the guest of Miss Grace Hourigan in Berea. Mrs. J. M. Toyntz. Miss Kath leen I'oyntz and Miss Jennie I 'ark left Monday for Lake Chautauqua for a month's star. Miss Mattie Russell White is tt, I visiting friends and relatives in Louisville. Judge G. Mm 'fay Smith ;:and Mr. Spears . Turley spent Friday and SaturdaV it Crab Orchard l-r Calendar for Week Monday aftejaioou .the School of the ' First church will hae a .picnic at Boonesboro. Tuesday afternoon Miss Wm can Foster will be host to her Bndtre Club at her home on West i Main street. i Tuesdav afternoon at 4 o'clock! the Board Meeting at Pattie Clay Infirmary. Fridav afternoon at 2:30. the Friends will that Mrs. T. J. Sunday ' threatened; .will ll.-ir.tUt "1110:11a be sorrv to know Coatcs is quite ill. bronchial pneu- Miss Dorothy Dysche. of Lon n. has entered the Normal. Mi sss'onarv r-.ocietv ot i Women's the First Baptist church . will meet at the chapel auditoriuin.-; 1 Moore Coddard iii. Ili.iiiii !!i jTlie weddjrig of. ;M'iss... iiiijitxw 111 BhMoo&tei! DtliNVillJanM-rleJliiif GftWarcKtij Moofeh.d ( ' llHttf&Jjf tllijeanfuUiibine bF the; j)ridcff m maihcrMlUmii Daniel ikvkbn ? Mi i ) . k : t 1 f r 1 n r Moore, $fari HarrudMburg.i it M fftl$ WCrjntfhfc large a. wt brH&rrK&ii r. jteiiil-rfF ?: thy grpcejfs? Cttiiiy several jiunurca guests, j vour nerves right "When tea or coffee causes annoyance, try filiMtiKgU nit DRUGGIST AFFIRMS HE PUT IT TO TEST wor: HE WHOLE DESTINY of any people depends upon the quality of its leadership. The world goes only where it is led. ; Prussia went war mad because she was led by militaristic apostles of ruthless force. Russia went Bolshevik because . her leadership was ignorant and fanatical, y ; -' . : : " America has become the .world's greatest de ; mocracy because her early leaders were: Chris tians" 'statesmen trained in rChristian colleges. ! She will make further; progress dnlyunj so far as that leadership nolas tile helm. We May Go Wrong America may yet go wrong. Already the Prussian advocates have invaded our schools. Even now the mutterings of radicals sound ominous. Unless leaders arise who swear al legiance to Christian principles we may yet end in confusion. Class consciousness ard all that it involves is created and fostered by irresponsible leaders and , agitator's with half-baked social ideas. It breeds strikes, industrial war, sabotage, red revolution. . ... i i s. Williamstown Man Says In His Judgment Tanlac Is Best Medicine In World. MijA traineq mina izna. ivf wiuamii j-jyacuuc fhever ve led the'wbfltt ilstr4V:j'AHd'thd twe !' Ilkvould jnjsver to.k.astrpiri if .'there were a si Oul 5rld suffi- of thfe CpCp(flstiotoitiJpje " jl.. world. Its graduates will direct numan activi- , . V'1 """""-P - ''!p'"igt,'y;ii'"fiyrftw A WA i m 5 33 17FiFv 1 l In hfw P mi iiiMp It W If s Jtlf 1811 A B ,jt' TVi rr:T-icfinrt mlleT is th nnlv institution iV:' I Ji IlivKiVeHMrlaims to nroduce leadefsfith tj. ,Mr&Gilbe III l!r.nth tiUiVipH miMf ayi1jChrfifi3i heartsr Iti ! tr.e"d,tp' iHl -Hji; .therfttjfonfamental in American life"! k .m, its innuence can give szanuy iu xrrcTtrr&uteni jk "I ought to know something about medicine as I was a drugf gist for 36 years -and 1 give it as my deliberate judgment Tanlac is the best medicine in the "world to day for stomach trouble," said William C. Johnson, . Williams town, Ky. "I have given Tanlac a person al test and know what it will do. My stomach trouble started when I was laid up in the hospital for fourteen weeks as a result of an accident. Lack of exercise and fresh air got the, best of me and I got to the point where every thing I ate disagreed with me. I had to be. propped up in bed im order to get my breath and got very. little sleep at night. "I had the best advice and treat ment money could buy, but got no relief until about a month ago when I began taking Tanlac. This medicine has helped me in every way. My digestion has been so remarakbly improved that I can now enjoy ray food and am get ting stronger all the time. Tanlac did more for me than relieve my indigestion, for; since it has built up my stomach an open wound,, which wouldn't heal before, has entirely closed up. I am willing to stake my reputation oh the statement that Tanlac is a medi cine of unusual merit, and I have no hesitation in recommending it to1 people who have stomach trou ble and are run down."; Tanlac is sold in Richmond b Stockton and Son.. It BTTity , "la w ana&"ftferr 111 caTiTc&hgtiitl&nali government and civil liberty. .Miss Dolly PickeTs. of lic'lti-l" Miss Mary liallard is ill more, who has been the guest of typhoid fever at the Good her grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. maritan hospital in Pickels, is the guest of Her manv friends in Richmond Georire with Sa- Lexington. Miss Lugenia Herrnigton, at Boonesboro beach. Mrs. John Jones and familv have returned to Huntington, hope to hear of her cove.ry. Mrs. S. W. Fife and re- peedy children are visiting th- former's mother, W. Ya.. after a visit to Mr. and! Mrs. Chadwick. in Crab Orchard. funeral of 'Mrs- Howell's mother, Mrs. James Crawford. Miss Margaret 'Lucille ''Dunn was over from, Lexington .for "a fe;w.' days, stay , with her' lfatltr, M'i; Mason Dunn. ' Mrs. Dinih is jin'provin under the' care ( 'A a specialist.1 her many friends! will be jrlad'to'know."'-'- rt .Urinstcau. . lias. : c her, borne inVinciK-,ipi a. few ays, ;Wiiii hei and .trj. .t-yiSaii Parrish .1 ; M r. Hay den Bacly o f avion :eol lo made a-Jusih'ess trip tbRSeli nioiid last: weetr.-'i isiin- r lr;ind xMrs-. J j A V. C revx-h ::xz: children spent: Ionda.y at :.Lal Bemst adt-j r - . r:Mr.and Mrs Wrebbet Haml'ion and sons, are spending :i few dsy? in Cincinnati. . ' -Miss Anna Bell Wail is ' ing her mother, Mrs. Bobbitt in Cincinnati. . .." Mrs. Clarence , E. . VtkJ: y i Lexington, was the ucst of 11I atives here for the wjclc-'iinl. LAWN MOWERS GARDtN HOSE awn rinklers When you buy our Garden Hose you can be sure that it will not go to pieces after the first season's use. Our hose is so durably made that with ordinary care it will last many years. Let us show you this hose. Richmond Welch Co. Look For The Sign Phons 97 "I Wouldn't Go Camping Without j Mr. Roy Newman, of KnoxvilleV Rat-Snap, Says Ray White. j joined his wife for a week-end' Wife and T spent our vacation camping last summer, smell ot cooking brought rats. We went to town, got some RAT-SNAP, broke up cakes, put it outside our tent. We got the rats alright big fellows." Farmers, storekeep ers, housewives, should use RAT SNAP. Three .sizes, 35c 65c. and $1,2.' Sold and guaranteed by Doiglas and Simmon's. and Stock ton and Son-, '' J-juW visit-in the home of her mother Mrs Zenia Cobb. Money back without question if HUNT'S GUARANTEED SKIN DISEASE REMEDIES (Hunt's Salve and Soap), fail in the treatment of Itch, Eczema, Ringworm.Tetter or other Etch ing skin diaeane. Try thi treatment at our risk. RICHMOND DRUG COMPANY CH!!:'at,?:-l''.'T'a,v,y,,'-'J hwau i. ; ; presents A 2T A iC57 in ('Toujour de LAudace") (X jammount Qictime mm The Best Wallace Reid.Picture Ever Made If you miss it you'll be sorry for the rest of your life. Don't Forget the Date TUESDAY Mrs. J. AW. Arnold on High street Miss Merrilt Jones entertained Saturday for !i.ss Mary Joseph Jones and guest,- Miss Phyllis Lott, of Jenkins, Kv. Mrs. W. W. Williamson arrived from Fi.ndulac. Wiscon sin, for a visil to her mother. Mrs. J. C. Lackey, on Woodland avenue.. Miss Mollie Fife and guest. Miss Gladys Fife, of Armstrong Missouri, spent -Saturday in Crab Orchard. ' Miss Amelia Kavanaugh " i ? Mint m cil me uoiiit; oi ner niece, t Mrs. Robert Thorpe. Dr. K. H. Fllis was called to Cincinnati Sunday by the death of his sister, -Mrs. James Hay wood. . Mrs. Tulia West is convalescent ' has from a several days . serious ill ness. Mrs. G. Murray Smith and son Murray, Jr.. and" Mrs. Smith's father, Mr. George Lee, of Dan ville, left the latter part of -1 he week for a months stav iii Michi- X Mr. and Mrs. James 'Nunnelly, Air.' and Mrs. Wm. Roser,!Mr. and Mrs. Carter Haley, Miss Eliza beth Willis, all of Lexington, are camping at Valley View this week Aliss Dorothy. Grinstead has re- turned to Winchester after M VMI.' Ariii T II H H I PI mi, II Us Vour mm -. Don't ship when ' you can realize as much money . - . - . -at home! THE FRENCH BROS BAUER CO... L. & N. Depot g! pleasant visit Afisses Florence and oj Margaret. Lane, The : Alisses i Lane accompanied her home foi a. iev nays stay. Air. and Airs. J. H.' IIoweH, Alisses Constance and Grace Howell, and James Howell. Jr.. were here last week to attend the o e ci o a o o e 1 o - St 0 0 s 9$ "It Looked Like a Bttle In Europe," Said Mr. C. punster "Was stayi?ig at" a hotel ui a small Pennsylvania town. Early one morning I went to the stable to hire a rig and was shown a pile of dead rats killed with RAT SNAP the night before. . Looked ike a battlefield in Europe." Three, sizes, 35c, 65, .$1.25. Sold a nd guar-; anteed by Douglas and Simmons and Stockton and Son. july :,T j Notice To Vfters Special registration will be held at my office on Saturday, July 23. to permit those' who have become of age since last election, those who w ere out of town, or sick, or have removed from one precinct to another, to prperly register for the primary election on August 6 J. W. MAUPIN, 161 4 Clerk Madison Co. Court: Notice To Candidates . fflii OcnniscPlaver jays Three sets are nothing ! '"?yrith Klaykcrts I czn play a half dozen sets, and feel it less than I used to feel three, because my feet don't hurt in them. I play a faster game. There isn't a better tennis shoe made." Hood Kiaykorts combine lightness with strength, and the patented Kendex insole and thick felt cushion keep the v hard court from tiring or burning the feet. No other shoe of any kind combines equal wearing qualities with the ease . . and . the sense of quick, sure action ot the Hood Klaykort. Many also prefer Kiaykorts for general outdoor summer wear. . .l - 99 Cyfsk year dealer or write us. V-.- Hood Rubber Products Gdllnc. Watcrtcwn, Massachusetts. 1 i.pmi . swiMnw r i Block Coal on car-$60 Block Coal in yard ; . $6-75 Block Coal delivered $7.00 The Snow Bird Coal Dealer ; 1 940 Estill Avenue 160 I t w tf v V. Candidates before the primary on August 6th will meet at the office of the County Clerk in the court house at Richmond, at two o'clock, p. : m., on Tuesday, J uly. 12, for the purpose of drawittij for places on the ballot- . J. W. MAUPtN. -161 4 Clerk Aladison. Co. Court SPORTSHU 3ig men and little men want sport trimming on their p!ay shods. The Sportshu is red trim med, red corrugated sole a 5plendid shoe at a moderate price. And how the little folks like their looks. Ask for Hood Sportshu. WURKSHU Here is the shoe (ot hard work or hard play. Extra strong con struction, heavy mail bap du rk uppers, gray tire-tread soles. Hood patented pneumatic heels. Buy them for the children and yourself, and see how rested you will feel at night, and how much you: save on footwear. It L CLARK ; OPTOMETRIST" Office Hours 9 to 11; 1 to 5, Office over WelV Store. ' Vi: Tc!?bc3e CC3 nrsJ.T.Gcvlcn DESTRUCTIVE FIRES '- . .; are sweeping property all oyer the country. Protect yourself by taking out a policy jn the . , V safest and most economical company i& thft country. A small cost will insure you big - protection. ... . . '' Office at Citizens National Bank in Richmond Motor. -'. ; - Company Garage - I r J V. M. Cox, Manager. ; t.