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Six Pages Today I 37th YEAR nb RICHMOND, MADISON COUNTY, KENTUCKY, WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 25, 1911 buy your paper from an up to date jneand get an uptodate paper hanger o MAX good work is Six Pages Today NUMBER 33 The Wrong Way lor you. Phone is to buy a lot of old stock and get anybody to hang it WALL PAPER 1L. 1 he Right Way to get inns 412 "V, $s Ulaifit Sole BA XT El b ixtf&vcncKi WAlX paper Billposters HAS HQ 8&BSTWTE Letters. Tiio following unclaimed letters arc at Richmond postofilct) for tho week ending January 10th. Persons calling for samo will say "Advortised." Agent For The Celetorate Wilton JellICO tfc. .S V ' In United States Will Donate Space to Aid the Tuberculosis Fight. D urine the 1,1 Mrs. L. J. Atlee, Everett Ballard, Mr. Bruce Burnett, next iron mouths, the billboards of the XL S., will display 20,000 educational posters ou tubeicu-losis- , according to an announcement made today by the National Association for the Study and Prevention of ijiii (J LI Va h TELEPHONE 85 N. V. WH ITE The Old Reliable Dry Gsods Man Late Summer Fabrics are now fill ingtour shelves, also a complete showing of choo M aten. We carry a full line of Novelties, and our Lace and Hamburgs are unsurpassed .. Our cash system of doing business enables us to give our customers Tuberculosis. This will conclude the campaign begun a year ago, when the National Billposters Association donated free soace to the tuberculosis cause, the Poster Printers Association offered free printing and. nine paper manufacturers gave the paper for the posters. The combined wilim nf these several donations for this three months uammhrn is nearly 100,000. The posters are in six dif ferent designs and are all printed in three colors. They are 7 feet wide and nine feet high. Already nearly 2,500 of these posters have been hung on the billboards of 10 different cities, and it is planned to distribute 20,000 more before April 1st, in over 400 towns and cities. Any society in the United States may receive free of charge, except for transportation, as many of these posters as can be hung on the boards in its territory. The National Association with the Tuberculosis Committee of the National Billposters, and Distributors are conduct ing the campaign. The posters show in graph ic form how fresh air, good food, and rest cure tubereu- anti-tuberculos- is Mrs. Major Campbell, Mr. Ed Chenault, Miss Elizabeth Chenault, Editor of Richmond paper, Mrs. May Dunn, Mr. L. R. Fanee, Mr. Geo. EE. Gilbery, Miss Hattie Ileavne, Miss Estelle Kemper, Miss Lucea Kidd, S. II. Lain, Mr. John M. Lewis, Jr., Sallie Munce', Annie Munday, "Willie Oldham, Wm. E. Rayburn, Especially Low Prices We are always glad to have you cali and inspect our goods N. V, WHITE Main Sfreet, beSow first Rose, Willia Shearer, Mrs. Absolutely Pare Tho ossly EsshSng powdss L. D. Smith, Morsran Smith, muua wraisa itfoyai Sirspo Ella Smith, Mr. Chas. Tibbs, Constipation is the cause of many ailGrcsm of Tartar Mary Tribble, Mr. N. A. ments and disorders that mako life misNO ALUM LIME PHOSPHATE Turner, Bettie Itayse, Airs. erable. Take Chamberlain's Stomach Eleaner James, Mrs. Maggie and Liver Tablets, keep your bowels regular and you will avoid those dis losis; how bad air, overwork Walker. eases. For sale by Stockton & Son. and closed windows lead to Mr. B. W. Bogie, Miss Comforting Words consumption; and how the Nora Francis, Mr. John Gray careless consumptive" men Mrs. F. Gall, Willie Greggs, aces the health of his family Mrs. Joe Kinard, Mrs. C. W. Many a Richmond Household by spitting on the iloor. Will Find Them 5o. Long, J. M. Maurice, Miss Nancy McKeen, Miss Jalia Buried at Paris. To havo tho bttd of Noland, Miss Nora Orr, Net- back romoved; pains and aches free a Trom to be entirely tie Powell, Prop. Carriage annoying, dangerous urinary disorders One of the bodies of the six Shop, Mrs. C. W. Rayburn, is enough to mako any kidney sufferer men supposed to be in the Mr. Charles Rayburn, Mrs. grateful. To toll how this great change about will ruins of the Chamber of Com- Kate Rose, Mrs. Maude Set- Gin bo brought hundreds of prove comforting words to Richmond merce building, which burned tle, Mr. Floyd Taylor, Mrs. readers.- last week, was recovered sev- May Thomas, Miss Mabel ElbridgeG. Evans, Depot St., Nieh- eral da's ago in Cincinnati. Tudor, Tom Turner, Mess. olasville, Ky., says: "From my uxper ionce with Doan's Kidney Pills I can It was that of Brent Mar- Winston & Co. say that they aro an oxcollent romedy shall, vice president of the and ono that lives up to tho claims C. C. Wallace P. M. made for it. I suffered from kidney Early & Daniels Grain and trouble for some time. My back ached provision Co. Mr. Marshall Hurt Pikes. and I had a soreness across my kidneys was related to the Brent and that made it hard for me to get around. The heavy travel over the I also had a groat deal of troublo from Alexander families, of Paris. A telegram received in Lexington pike between this my bladder, the kidney secretions being too frequent in passage at times while Paris Monday morning by city and the Fayette line, of ;tt others there whs a complete retention relatives announced that the wagons loaded with iobacco, Down's Kidney I'ills wore finally brough body of Mr. Marshall would has certainly cut the road bed to my attention and 1 began their us. Thoy helped mo from the first mid I be brought to Paris Wednes according to several residents was cured." day for burial in the Paris along that route. On account For gale by all tlealors. Price 50 of the soft going heavily load cents. Co.. Buffalo. cemetery. ni ivuvruruer ruenarason, Aiei-vi- n Won Premiums. Mrs. Jere B. Noland and Mrs. T. II. Collins were successful exhibitors at the poultry show in Lexington last week. The' are fanciers of the White Plymouth Rocks and their entries attracted much attention. Mr. Coleman NeiT was another Richmond exhibitor, but on account of not having time to prepare his chickens for the show, they received honorable mention only. Mr. Neff immediately purchased the winning Cockerel in the White Plymouth Rock class at the show and will place it at the head of his pens this se.ison . mmm xmsmm wmmi mm uuarmi h ishhh An occasional sun bath Is all the -renovating; a . 5tearns sc roster mattress ever needs, yet it will last a life time and always be comfortable. i- -i. r-r-. fit. Will make you wonder why you cling to that lumpy, unsanitary hair mattress. If you knew as much about them as wc do, of course you would buy Stearns & Foster. FOUR GRADES OF SUPERIORITY Aacisor Windsor AIMB I K $10.50 . . . 13.50 Lenox Style A . . . $1G.C0 22.50 LDHAM & LACKEY Undertaking a Specialty Ring 193 For Sale. Dav 1 elephone 76 w. s. o. n. Night Telephone I 136 229 o.l. R2CiliiOND ed wagons can do a world of Fire, WIc, Accident nnd Health Insur since in tho very best old lino Companio damage on a modern pike Wm. S. Iiroaddus, Agt. within a short time. f, Ninety cents cash willbuy Sl.OOwcrth groceries at Covington &. Thorpe for Nice residence on corner Fifth ami And have your laundry called for. next 10 days. rf North !trel!. Appiy Good work and prompt delivery guarI). M. STEVKXSK."iX tf. anteed. OtHee W. Main street, opposite Mrs. Maude Mackey Walk-er'sKa- ir Vrml otiwippetl warehouse for handling Ulyndou llotol. Dressing Parlo r. leaf itt thW section tha IIimIisom Slrother Gott Agt.. warttwotHM). PWnly of helu and no waits, The Winchester Lanmlrv. Come in and have yottr hair dresieil tt m th newest style, orakk and pulf.--; "IIjmI dyspepsia or india(elioti for nvwlo to onier. Iahts restored to Xover can tell when you'll mash a fioster-MilbnNew York, eole agents for the United finger or sutfer a cut, bruise, burn or years. No appetite, ami what I did natural color. Highest prices paid for llurdock eombings. Two doors above Stockton's scald. lo propared. Dr. Thomas eat distresvel me terribly, States. Usinemljor the name Doan's and Klectic Oil instantly relieves the pain-qui- ckly lilood Hitters cured me." f. H. Wal- drus store, on Main street. OiUcephcne cures the wound. ker, Sunbury, Ohio. ilj. residence 20"--. take no other. 6 Mo f lee Jilt, Sty? fS- c- 1 most successful year in the history of the Hustling Cash Store, We solicit a continuance of your for which we are profoundly grateful to our friends and customers. We wish for each and and will adopt the same slogan, "Quality Counts' patronage during 9 and everyone of you the best of all things that life, health, effort and accomplishment can offers December 3stt I9l0t closed the During the Entire Month of January J ies9 4 and Child fees Coats atid Suits9 Men's 'mis Mid Overcoats at Frice: s Far elow Their Value A chance for you to save i ' All heavy merchandise will be offered at low prices, lot money Corner First HIamil & Main ps tire Richmond, Kentucky QUICK Great Money-Savin- g TAe A nun mm! Barm Sal Has begun at McKee's and will continue the rest of this month OWEN McKB. V Tire Richmond Clima A 1 it t T.I II v 1 Items ol Interest from Supt. It appearing to the court that the T l7nlfind nffftf-- nrirl ffit written petition filed herein was and is County In General f- signed by a number of legal voters of rWlKtltO CHEST WEMRS:i ei tho city of Richmond, Ky.,viz. 370 legal voters equal to ana in excess or 20 per On noxt Friday and Saturday Supt. THE CLIMAX PRINTING CO by now. cent of tho number of votes cast at the Noland will hold the regular competi (Imo-pnued- .t last election in said city, as has been tive examination for all pupils who have The mob at Shclbyvillo wis certainly heretofore in this case ordered and ad finished tho tho common school course disorganized, or the main one they Pres. nl Mgr. A. 1). Miller judged, camo tho voters on this noxt and are desirous of entering the County sought, Jim nest, would not have cs b- H'. ;. White regular term of Cour High School. A successful examina value- of tobacco and starts it well up pji,rl caped- - Evoa Patterson, another one of v K. Yalh nung me ot their petion entitles the applicant to a diploma and novor looses a bid. Just watch us me trie, came vary near getting away. tition on July County Court day for this also. sell it. county, and deposited with the Judge of Two young ladies, who havo been on Our splendid fireproof warehouse is this court the sum of S140. this being Jce Bales and Mat Shearer shipped tho list of Madison county's school lighted ontirely from skylights with no the amount fixed by tho said court as two car loads of hogs last woek pur teachers have dropped their names on side windows to produce confusion cross Mrs Wm. McCurd Jr, spent week end sufficient to pay for posting and print chaied mostly from Thomas Baldwin at account of tho matrimonial bee havin; lights that buyers so much dread. Won Hit Wager. mg advertisements as provided for in in u iaohostcr with relatives. They secured 00 from from 7 to 7 Mrs. Somervllle, the great metheina-tlcla- n buzzed too close. They are Miss Bird YEAB TElt 1.M local option elections, for tho fees of tho Mr. Don Wiggins will leave tomorrow Mr. Our stables are not in a wet muddy Bsldwin. and scientific writer, had to a Ferguson and Miss Carry Cotton, whose IN AWVANOE clerk of this court and for his services fer New York for a ten days sojourn. basement but are the best in tho town great extent the power of concentra- marriages wero solemnized this month herein, and for necessary expenses of and aro kept dry and clean and well Mrs. C. II. Mainhart has returned so absorbed in her and 'It is almost impossible to keep teach special registration and the holding of tion as becamo 1011 from a visit to relatives in Baltimore. WKIXBSJ)AY JAN. task to bo unconscious of what was ers moro than two years," said Supt. bedded all the time. said election, which said sum of money going on around her. Dr. Somervllle Our system of paying off as wo sell 1 he many friends of Mr. Ed Ballard Aol.md, "on account of the antics of State, came will regret to loarn that he continues Is At Last Landed in Colum tho said County Judgo accepted and told Harriet Martineau that be once Cupid. Men as well as tho women and not keoping our customer waiting of An ItMKRK. now accepts as full and complete com laid a wager with a friend that he until aftor tho entire sale is very satis M in XBttftiK few Uy f to the quite ill. plianco with the statuto in such cases would abuse Mrs. Somervllle in a loud seem to bo lured lo the sea of matri- factory to tho farmers as they get their bus, O. Got in His Work fortfc tlie great eatasiity jwbUe. MtttMnc Mrs Ueo. W. Pickcls spent Sunday in made and provided and it further ap- voice to her face and sbo would take mony with alarming rapidity, there to checks as soon as thoir last parcel is Mcii fcs IwfelleM w by the fMtrc of Mt Sterling the guost of her sister Mrs pearing to the court that all legal steps no notice, and he did so. Sitting close bo swept away on what seems to bo the sold. Our force in every department Hera KeMtteky tarig Ilileman. H few MMtlt honks i necessary to have a vote in the city of to her, he confided to his friend tho waves of perpetual bliss." The is thoroughly competent and will see Uwyw jast ckrd. We admire Dr. Misbos May Wallace and Louise Bal Richmond, Ky., on tho proposition the most injurious things that she changing of teachers so often in tho that no interest of our patrons is neglecytruttrr for tfee effort We is making to A special from Columbus, Ulno, says rouged, that she wore a wig and oth common schools tends to demoralize tho lard are visiting Miss Elizabeth Powell "W. II. Warner, 00 years old, of Ft. whether or not spiritous vinous, malt or er such nonsense, uttered in a very students. Many of tho men teachers ted. Come right on to the "Lexington" MmagtiMH Ibe touke in Kentucky, Ut in Winchester. other intoxicating liquors shall bo sold and you will always be satisfied. Wayne, Ind., was arrested Friday after dsitiM Um-- wiwiom m adverttbing to bartered or loaned in said city, and it loud voice. Her daughters were In a enter tno servico just ior ono term in Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Cole, of Chicago, D. O. Mossman, a banker, of HuntingYour Friends Truly, tate worM tfce fact, especially ss is roar of laughter, whllo tbe slandered order to get enough money ahead to Lexington Tobacco Warehouse Co. ton, W. Va., had pointed him out as an al- further appearing that tho petitioners lady sat placidly writing. At last her complete a professional education, or ijphiiiiii. UuU twe number of failures in are the guests of Mr. and Mrs. Joe in Building and the defendant are willing and haye husband made a leged forger. Richmond, Ky. officials SCeMvekyare few in compftrifcOH with Oldham. dead pause after her agreed, subject to the approval of tho name, on which sbo looked up with an defray somo other oxpenso. A success Miss Jessie Tatcm, of Kirksvillc, notided tho police that they would send Floor atmtm in the same teaetli of lime. ful teachor is ono whoso heart and T4ey are mm heraMing ike faet of thoir was the guest of Miss Cynthia Foster for him. He admitted he was wanted court, that the election herein be called Innocent "Did you speak to me 7" soul is in tho work, and tho salary a last week. mmV niilMrec ami wity kheuM otiradver-thiinr-at Richmond and the other towns in for March tho 3rd, 1911, it is now ac secondary consideration.' cordmgly ordered and adjudged that Earthquakes Bar Progresi. of Stale broad-oaAccording to tho police Mr. and Mrs. J. u . Zaring are in Car Kentucky." Japan has a great number of water tho sheriff of Madison county Ky., open Having suffered tho loss of my entire mtn? We heve heard toe much of lisle the guest of their daughter, Mrs. officers here, this man is tho same one poll at each and all voting places in falls which would bo of material value stock of morchandiso by tiro several SWtUocy, Miftfct r.diog. fetMh. and bad John Allen, for two weeks. that u:;ed his tactics on a prominent a said city on Friday, March tho 3rd, 1911, In the development of tho country, but days ago, I havo decided to offer at pub lawkiag, if yN haw the state's interJudge James Uenton will be the guest Richmond lawyer to the tune of $100, by for tho purpose of taking tho sense of the reason these valuable sources of If you havo not sold your tobacco, tak lic auction all of my personal property Startling. power aro not being developed is bo- nal at heart, bwy tfcee statistics. Let of honor at a banquet given by the having him endorse a "bogus" check at it to tho Madison Warehouse where the a local bank. The Richmond attorney tho legal voters of said city, who aro cause of the danger of earthquakes But He Doesn't Live in Rich at my home at Newby, Ky., on these hlcetetons i our cteicts, Frankfort bar tomorrow evening. kite Mr. Farmer you can secure t qualified to top prices prevail. There's a reason, tf tok the 4oors awl throw tbe keys away Master Thomas P. Dudloy,Jr.,of Louis is so chagrined at "getting skinned" officers uponvote at elections for county which Is constantly confronting the mond Nor Read the er's Gazette and the Icaihr; r the proposition whether or people. More than once within recent representee of at the mme :ime try our best to ville, tmi that ho declared to a Climax. is the guost of Master William W not spiritous, vinous or malt liquors t r years have steps been taken with the Lost. this section. The Climax, for '.c the Climax this morning, he would not nurcec these evil oomiitioac, always Wagers on Wost Main street. Bogining at 10 o'clock a. m. 1 pair 3-other intoxicating liquors shall be sold view of constructing dams In order hwsly low price of 31.95. Can li wring m mmmI the faet that there are swear out a warrant to have him returned Knight Templar charm somewhere in that theso falls might be utilized when A man in Connecticut gave a doctor, yoar-ol- d work mules; 1 old maro Mrs. Bottle Parrish and daughter hero. Warner is now in Shelbyvillo, to bartered or loaned in said city. jjtua1 people, well educated people and Richmond. Reward if returned to Allan it? Hurry as this offer is -, some demonstration of tho earth has a specialist in catarrh, $50. to euro him mule; 3 old mules; I pair It is furthor ordorod that a special given warning of the danger of the beat h unlit in the country ripht here Miss Amy, left last weok for Orlando answer a similar charge. the publishers of both papers. Zaring 21 such a of this common yet most obnoxious dis- old mare mules (unbroken;) 1 Mi KwHueky. ve Ho was hero for several weeks in tho registration in and for tho city of Rich step and the promoters have been thirtee hundred of Fkt., to spend tho remainder of the win horso mule; 1 weanling mule: ease. Tho specialist gavo him a bottle tniMn. Instead f tellhu; the oountiy ter. fall and gained the confidence of the mond, Ky., bo hold on Friday, February forced to abandon or greatly modify 1 brown horso, sired by Mrs. Nannie Emory left yesterday for local attorney. He claimed to bo one tho 17th, 1911, for the purposo of and to the proposed Improvement. New York of mcdiclno and told him to uso it. with a weal sirh. that Kentucky had old bay horso by Pea- The fool took tho mcdicino home, Bennett, 1 'twelve banki to fail m WW. heraki it Dallas, Texas, whore she will spend the of the Ennis heirs, from whom tho enable those persons entitled to voto in Press. filly; 1 took ono dose, put it on a shelf and vino; 1 fine the aforesaid election whose names have thai there are thirteen hundred thriv- - winter with her daughter, Mrs. James present capitol site at Frankfort was Hit One Regret. made no furthor effort to follow instruc black harness horse by Black Squirrel; a Dunlop. purchased. He will bo remembered not been recorded, on the registration is real lamb, not the yo;:r.j "There's no use trying to deny it,' tions. No 1 black work horse; I good sorrol The Cecil ian Club will meet with Mrs. here by many, with whom ho made book at the election last preceeding the remarked Mrs. DcFlatt, "this Is the mutton kind. horse gentle for women and children; Three months later with tho mcdicino If you said March tho 3rd, 1911. to register and worst cook s. Tmk iruet was ntee to President M. C. Kellogg on the Summit this after friends we're had yet. There posi to enable thoso persons who have re- tively isn't a decent thing to cat on still on the shelf he told a friend that 1 span of matched sorrel horses mutton you'll get it They "weetined" him to the tune noon. A promiscuous program will be Joo Oldham sold last week to Warfield moved from the specialist was a fake; that he had woll broke, belonging to Fred their precincts to another tho table." f Wetk for a bnekm of his own tobiece rendered. 33 stock hogs at 8 cts and to precinct Bennett Farris; 1 dry Jersey cow; a No. 1 milch paid him $50 and still had catarrh. in tho city, to have their regis"That's right," rejoined DeFlatt. and bh eron aviiraged 3 els. He is Mr. and Mrs. Alex W. iiyomoi won t euro catarrn if you cow, fresh in March; a No. I cow and "But," continued his wife, "there's tration cancel in their old and to regismm ProeMent f the Rurtey Tehaoco Mr. Brack Maupin attended Parrish and Green I;o 33 at the same price. the sale of ter anew in thoir proper precincts one thing In her favor. She can't be don't breatho it; it will if you breathe it calf thorobred; 1 nice red heifer; 2 wean iduly. you know, with a sentry of fox hounds of the late Carton S. Coyle Lost ling calves; 47 head of stock hogs, aver-ag- o regularly. and for all other purposes allowed by beat when It comes to washing." 9M.INM mt year. Iu the only time the But we don't sell one for the at Lexington. Burgy rug near town on Red House law. Tho "Pity we can't cat the washing." about 140 pounds. Also farming Furthermore, you don't need to give Amiricaw Tobaece Co., was e er known Sheriff of Madison county will other. Those who know c;jr sighed the hungry husband. Chicago a catarrh specialist $50 to cure vou of implements, including 2 two horse Mrs. J. P. Kuckcr, of Richmond, Ky., road Friday January 0th. Lcavo at Cli advertiso this special registration and to really recttneatc. lNews. meats best, like them most. is visiting hor falhor. Judge William max office and get reward. catarrh, for tho specialist is yet to be wagons; a No. 1 two horse spring wagons this election, as ho is by law required to Shugars, on North Meridan street Trj some and you'll not 10,000 tobacco sticks; 100 barrels of corn born who can writo abetter prescription advertiso it, and he will open tho proper "t'xriB Jk" IHaekhwH made one of Kansas Citv Star. A Judicial Reproof. Negro Dead. to come again. to be sold in 10 bbl. lots. Everybody than IIYOMEI. voting places in each of the said pre A Justice once reproved a would be hh old time Democratic talks at the B. L. Middclton and druggists every Mr. and Mrs. English, of West Vir John Doty, a negro, well known about cincts of the said city and cause the suicide thus: "Young man. you have does. TERMS This salo will be made on a hnnmiei in Ballimorc lnM Tuesday evening, and wa round'y afutiauded. Its a ginia, have returned to their homo after town, died at Torre Haute, Ind., last said registration and election to bo held been found guilty of attempting to where guarantee Ilyomei to cure catarrh credit until January 1, 1012, the purad iumn: i realise but Ms a faet, that a visit to their son, Mr. Bert English, on week ar.d his remains wero brought here by duly appointed and qualified dec drown yourself In the river. Only con or money back. A complete outfit chaser being rcquirod to execute note of oedtand Ave. non ouicers in saia voting precincts as sider what your feelings would have which consists of a bottle of Iiyomoi, a good security, bearing 6 per cent, inKentucky nomocracy mut still stick to you succeeded." Green Bag. hard rubber inhaler and simple Successor to Douglas & Culton instruc terest from date. far as his duty goes and in tho manner been had Mr. William Marksbury, employed at ,)o,y- oldnr one fur clean polHios, hating tions for uso costs oniy $1.00. Separate S. STAPP. it 231 WEST MAIN STREET J. uu tuiiu i4uii?u tan, unavailable timber among the yonngor the Kentucky Insane Asylum at LexTELEPHONE 12S Wise Rosalind! W. R. Shackelford J. M. C. C. ington, was here last week visiting Mr. thai khe can rtk. Reginald DarJIng. I see by the pa bottles of Iiyomoi if afterwards needed We have a few copies of "Poultry f?in(0 of Knnf .irWv pers that a food expert says that it' Is costs but 50c. and Mrs. Frank Hobinson. Tn aid council tt AVinchebter raited possible for a family to live on S4 a Mr. Henry Tribble, of Louisville, and liaising in Kentucky" left one of the County of Madison J Set, we Mayor's kahtry in December to $100 Mrs. Allic Uiddloburger, of Paint Lick, oesi niiio dooks ever wnten on tno suo- - I, u. H. Terrill Clerk of tho Madison week. Do you think It possible? Rosalind No, dearest, but I'll be a per month but the new council that wore the guests this week of Mr. and ject. It is compiled by Mr. Shy score-- County Court do hereby certify that the sister to you! Cleveland Leader. went hi a few weeks ago. promptly re Mrs. A. J. Tribble, on Fourth tarycf tho State Board of Agriculture foregoing is a true and comnleto conv street. voked the order and put it back te 850. Mrs. H. M. Rogers, of Vincennos, and published by M. C. Rankin, tho of the order entered in order booK A 1st At the Lexington Tobacco One Man's Theory. The Mayor hasn't resigned or issued a "No, I don't think women will ever Ind. and Mrs. J. M. Benton and daugh Commissioner of Agriculture. Como in page 031 in the case of John A. Mershon nard, Mkk impositttfe fer the people Warehouse succeed as railroad engineers." ter, arc here for a visit to their sisters, and renw your subscription and get and 405 others on petition. t know juet when: he stands en the ono of these valuablo littlo books free, "Why not" Witness my hand this 3rd day of Jan Mrs. Dr. Evans and Miss Curralecn .'They would lose too much Ume uary 1911. Smith. On Wednesday January 11th 1011 the Ourmotlois "Tho highest price for holding up their trains at crossing." R. B. Terrill Clerk Loxington Tobacco Warehouse sold for Onr. Wii.lson declared himself The Regular Baptists will hold Divine all crops" Madison tobacco warehouse, Boston Transcript. By D. Tovis Huguoly D. C Mr. John Steole of Jessamine county a an the Youlfcey pardon and wrote a service noxt Sunday, January 20th at tf refusal lakt week. Poor Ilenrv. 3 o'clock p. m., in tho Second Presby It is not what we take up, but what crop of tobacco as follows: W Powers and Howard were to be par010 pounds at Well Known. Tho undersigned Sheriff of Madison we give up, that makes us rich. Beech- ...318.75 lonan church. All are invited to at doned he should have been given his a tend. 570 at County will in complianco with the fore er. 18.50 In the last issuo of tho Climax the aleo, tbe wero al! as guilty as he, 375 at . 20.00 At his home on Woodland Ave., this news of the death of Charles Oldham going order of tho Madison County court but be Mforlunatoly "sHoaled" and city, on Jan. IS, Rev. C. C. nation was stricken down at 335 1,10 P1Is at tho various voting pre- at. 18.75 Marshall was received just as the paper went to .pcn nor home in Eureka Springs. Ark last they're making him live hard for it. 500 at. 17.00 united in marriage Floyd Snyder and press, csnsequcntiy an extended notice I muoru aay Thursday " and acknowledged her condi 575 at. 1011 Ior thepurposo stated in 17.50 Uxcle Kill Remington, editor of the Mattie Roberts, both of Buckeye, Gar was notgiven. Deceased waswellknown . MCI1' tion to bo such as to render her incapa- 515 sam order m obedience to said order, i. at. 15.50 rard county. . over . in Madison, whore he was a citizen . . Paris Democrat, has passed Uie fortieth oiterwards being able to 085 The undersigned will also open a special uio oi at. 14.00 mHooteac of his journalistic career and Mrs. D. B. Shackelford will entertain for a Ion? time until about nine years registration 250 on February 17th, 1911 for smash tho beautiful mirrors and other at. 12.00 ago when he moved lo Rockcastle coua- declares that from now on he is going to at Bridge tomorrow afternoon in com fixtures in bars. If she should pass 4,495 pounds average 317.10. take it easy. Many or the oJdor inhab- pliment to Mrs. Paul Collins, of Bellinir-- ty to associate himself with the Big tho purposo of permitting all persons away, a largo fund would no doubt be legally authonzod to register as spoci It can bo readily seen that theso aro Hill Coal Co. Mr. Oldham was a broth itants of Paris declare he was a middlo uam, n ashington and Mrs. Keats Speed, given by tho saloon toward erecting a no fake sales or$mall lots, but a genuine er of Mrs. John C. Chenault, of Rich- tied in said order so that said election aped man when thoy were young. of New i ork. can bo held as in said order directed monument. legitimate salo ofan entiro crop lot of mond and Mrs. D. G. Martin, or Rock Given under my hand as sheriff this 11 Asa lo think thai Col John R. Allen, ;oou largo parcels. On tho same day rutt Bumam has returned from a castle. Raymond Hitchcock. day of January, 1911. that sittota berahJeu prosecutor, asked three weeks stay in Colorado. Mrs Bur- tno "lioxington" made a sale of a red xne eminent comedian, Raymond D. A. McCORD, that ttVe Fayette circuit court eliminate nam and children, her mother Mrs Ken crop for Mr. Ed Million, of White Hall, Advertised Letters. Hitchcock and his merry company of prosecutions of the gamblers of Lex nedy and sister Miss Kennedy will spend Sheriff of Madison County. tlie Jiadison county, as follows: John Black, Mr. W. F. Catchings, singers and dancers, will bo tho attrac ingtoa o their promise to quit tho busi- tlie winter there. 425 potnds at ,$12.00 Mr. Bill Chenault, Willie Cox. Mr. tion at the House ness. What's the use of raiding in The Daily Courier-Journ- al .Miss urric Cotton and Mr. J. Scoville James Embry, Miss Ruby At matinee and Lexington Opera January 575 " at. 13.75 Davis, Edd night, Monday, 550 Todd, both of this county, residing on Davis, Mrs. J. J. Edwards, Mr." E. T. at. One-Ha- lf 14.75 Price. win. a royal feast of warmth, color " at. the Barnes Mill pike, were married last Goode, Dave Grider, Mrs. Charlio Hicks, 595 0.50 is tic third time that Robt. L. Wednesday by Elder animation, brightness, rollicking mirth. This Mirougn a special arrangement, this " at. -.195 E. C. McDougle at Mrs. John Lue Kay, Mrs. Chas. W 8.75 melody and goneral good cheer, with not Greene has sought the democratic nom- his home on " , at. 700 the SummitL 13.75 Long, Mr. Col. Moso Miller. Mr. Chester paper is enabled to offer the Daily Cour one element to oven, ination for Clerk of the Court of Appeals in the slichtost by mail, in combination, at 015 at. Montgomery, Mrs. Chas. McCoy, Mr. 12.25 Mrs A. dogree, threaten mental indigestion, Scanlan and children will and he was "knifed" so heartlessly in apricojust one-ha-lf " at. the regular rates 5S5 . .. . 15.50 ti.: t u the primary by the licckham machine, leave I nday for Florida, where Uipv l.Ien Montgomery, Jako Moran, Mr. for tho Courier-Journa- l. " at. The regular Ama is o.uu oi ueorge m. Uotian s now 015 A. C. Montgomery. Mr. Robt. Holtnnwm remain for several musical play, "The Man Who Owns months. 'that they should give it lo him now Courier-Journprice of tho Daily i " at. 550 is 50 10.75 blic will bo joined in Atlanta by her Henry Newman, Mrs. Lydia Oldham, cents a month, $0.00 "Without opposition. a year. See tho Broadway," with Raymond Hitchcock " nt. 500 Mr. Louh Poyton, Miss Ethel Phillipt. 11.75 Mrs. Jones, of Kansas City. mother, clubbing proposition inour advertising as the "Man." Tho story is brimful of 0,055 pounds; averago 313.54 Mr. A. v. Tritchett, Mr. John D. Powell. rich comedy, his aim being to mnko l Tut urgent call for our space last Manager Blackwell, of Ihe R. J. Reycolumns, and small fancy crop bolonging to J. C. iir. John Reynolds, Mrs. Maudo Stew This special read about tho bargain an audience laugh for thrco solid hours. weok forced out several columns of lire nolds Co., was on the breakes this week art, J. T. Scrivner, Mr. Geo. M. offer is good only for sub Milton of Audorson county, sold as fol local news and our editorial matter. with his buyer, Mr. Johnny Glenn, who Mr. Nick St. John, Mr. Phillip Smith, scription orders given us during the As for Mr. Hitchcock, he is tho moM ir-- lows: Tevis. Alerohants demand space in the Climax is reported lo be the youngest expert on Mrs. Unninger, Mr. Fred L. Vaughn, month of February. Tho offor will be resistible and drolcst comedian on tlie 80 pounds at 828.00 when ihcy look forward to successful leaf tobacco in the country. withdrawn the last day of tho month, American stage. Mr. Cohan has written " at 215 Mrs. Ruth White. . 17.35 tales. There's a for this piece many musical nnmbors of and no orders can bo taken after that. Col. John agers has returned from " at 100 C. C. Wallace, P. M. 13.75 a catchy and tuneful nature Tho sup Under this offer, Courier-Journwill 425 pounds averago $13.r45 SnxBTE, one of the brainiest Mt. Jackson, Ind., greatly improved in J. porting company is ono of unusu il ex lawyers that ever represented Uncle health. He says the waters there and TRADE MORAL The quality ol be sent to subscribers only through the cellence, including Aug market was very strong and! Flora Zabelle, Join post office, not through Courier-JournSam. must be kicke-- out, because he the mud also, are death to rheumatism. active all tho woek notwithstanding un- what you have to sell is known agent. No Courier-Journ. 1 orders for a Hendricks, Mark Sullivan, Gertrude Isn't Hie political choice of Senator lo prove his assertions he danced a jig Webster, Lela Rhodes, Leland Stearns, usuaiiy ueavy receipts, rriceii were friends with wonderfql agility. Bradley, and one of Lie Senator's kins for to seme peonle all of the th full year will bo taken at this rate. Amine King and many others' well maintained on our floor as we look Subscription must bo for not less than The men gets the job.' Miss Bessie Malloy was tho hostess personally after every basket sold and mile! fnnAlxn ia and of the people some ol four months or longer than eight largely will lULoiKu tln lun va 1 n imm. ui augmented orchestra. last Friday evening' at her faosie on The com- bi4 on it until it has reached top market months. "i Oke kmc news cewtituted the Glyadon Aveeue in coapliment to the pany numbers nearly oub hundred peotiM j$mi but advertise regu j IhsUtyvrile Ealarprici 3rt- - week. The members of the Senior Class ot The Tariff question in Congress and ple. The production is the largest ah'd prices. Cald wur air. j. n. utoboas is our aue most .pretentious on the road. It reMr. Watterson's tarlyi iWfth u letters from Europe fer yMilf rtatii well School, of whkfc afce k a. quires three sixty foot baggage ears e tioaeer 'and has been- - on the'llBurW will make. tbe Courier-JournWee of 4sifeaiMt! especial- transport ber- - Xuefc utf gaM ly Interesting ior tbe saxt few atectht! Jeotriwl tbe sceuery.' oostam mid MM arKewt KHifer WHoyanyl -JT effect. i ttu UW. B ka:m tbe I o Otto Evans said "We'ro going down lo Hell," as he was lowered into a coal mino shaft near Middlesboro and just then the cable broke. Wonder if ho had the right -- dope." Ho ought to know PERSONALS wero the order of the evening. There are sixteen members in the class. Miss Cary Rico, of Richmond, is here the guist of her cousin, MissMatticbelle Petitt, on Lexington avenue. Both young ladies attended the Pi Kappa Alpha danca last sight Mrs. James Crutcber. of Richmond, is visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. 0. D. Chenault, and her sister, Mra. Harrison Simrall Lexington Herald. Rev. E. B. Barnes, of tho Christian churclt, has just returned from a trip to Wheeling, W. Viu, Clarkesburg, W A a., Uniontown Fa., and Washington C. If., Ohio, where he delivered a series of talks on Foreign and Home missions, Mrs. W. O Smith, of Alaska, who has be;n the guest of Mrs. Dan Brccki will be with JIiss Julia II logins for a few days before leaving Richmond Mrs. i'mith was formerly Miss Alice Markley, of Bracken county, and atr tended college here. Mr. Irvino Humo was tho host last Wednesday cveninz at his homo in the country at an elegant birthday dinner. A largo number of his friends responded to tho invitation. The guests were con veyod to tho Hume homo in tho hand some row rubber tired bus of the Rich mond Transfer Co., and a jolly party it was. It was a strictly stag affair and one of the social events of the early new year. Among those from a distance who atn wedding tended the were: Mrs. Reuben Baker, Mr. and Mrs. Brutus Cotton, Miss Nancye Long and Mr. Lodell DcJarnett, of Richmond; Mrs. Leslie Cotton, Miss Nancye Kin dred. Mr. Dall Powell and Mr. Ben Eubank, of Winchester, Mr. M. G. Fer guson, of Mt. Sterling; Misses Etta and Gertrude Ross, of Richmond and Miss Efflo Kindred, of Wades Mill. Win- Chester News. Lexington Leader: M r s . James Combs entertained a few friends Thurs day with lunchcon-bridgat her home on West Third street in honor of Mrs. Keats Speed of New York, the guest of Mrs. Harrison Simrall. Tho house and tables wero beautifully docked with flowen; and tho hostess was assisted by her sister, Miss Sarah Rubel, who pre sided ever the punch bowl. A delight ful luncheon was served as soon as all tho guests had assembled, and in tho game of bridge that followed the prize for highest score, iv pair of silver scis sors, was awarded to Mrs. Burrill. Cotton-Ferguso- AAA iilAAiliAliAi A . M A A A FLYING A Seniation IN DREAMS. Some- Court House Dolag la The Temple t Wbat!sJBstlce Past Week. f ol Last woek was certainly a busy one with Sheriff McCord and his deputies for they had about five hundred names on the list made out by tho Board of Supervisors, for appearance before that body this woek, and it took hustling to see all theso parties, who reside in every portion of the county. Of course many of theso will not appear beforo the Board, as is tho case every year, and various reasons are given for their fail ure. For Constipation A Medicine That Cures. The active medicinal ingredients of Rexall Orderlies, which aro ordorless, tasteless and colorless, is an entiroly now discovery. Combined with other extremely valuable ingredients, it forms a perfect bowel regulator, intestinal in- vigorator and strengthenor. Rexall Ordorlios aro eaten like candy and aro notablo for their agrceablennss to the palate and gentleness of action. They do not causo griping or any dbagreeablo effect or inconvenience. Unlike othor preparations for a like purpose, they do not create a habit, but instead they overcome the cause of nabit acquired through tho use of ordi- I 1nr.,t,. cathartics and harsh normannntiv remove tho causo of constipation or irrogular bowel action. Wo will refund your money without argument if they do not do as wo say they will. Two sizes, 2oc and 10c. Sold at H. L. Perry's drugstore Marriage License. The following marriago license were granted tho past weok, Cam Nealy and Lucinda Reese, Big Hill; J. S. Todd Richmond, and Carrio Cotton, Paint Lick; Floyd Snydor and Mattie Roberts, Garrard; O. T. Carr and Susan Winkler, Panola, second marriage of groom and third for the bride; Grant Whitaker Welchburg, and Martha Short, Berea Edward Perkins and Alice Stock, Bald win, bride 16, groom 19; Owen Kelley and Maude Coates, Million, second ven ture for tho bride; Thomas Powell Berea, and Myrtle Lake, Double Lick Porter Tipton and Julia Moberley, Union City. Order For Election. Madison County Court January Term Jan. 2nd, 1011 Court mot & C. Hon. W. R. Shackelford Judgo presiding John A. Mcrshon and 405 others On Petition vs order. aitor this Like That Which time! Precedes Death. The sensation of flying Is one of the earliest to appear In tho dreams of childhood. It seems to become less frequent after middle age. Benunls states that In bis case it ceased at the age of fifty. It is sometimes the last sensation at the moment of death. To rise, to fall, to glide away has often been the last conscious sensation recalled by thoso who seemed lo be dying, but have afterward been brought back to life. Pleron has noted this sensation at the moment of death In a number of cases, usually accompanied by a sense of well being. The cases he describes were mostly tuberculous and Included Individuals of both sexes and with atheistic as well as religious be liefs. In all the last sensation to which ex- presslon was irlveu was one of flying, of moving upward. In some death was peaceful. In others painful. In odp case a girl died clasping the Iron bars of the bed, In horror of being borne upward. Pleron associates this sensation with the similar sensation of rising and floating In dreams and with that of moving upward and resting on tho air experienced by persons in tho cciitatlc state. In all these cases alike life Is being concentrated In the brain and central organs, while the outlying districts of the body aro becoming numb and dead. Dream flight, it is necessary to note, is not usually tho sustained flight of a bird or an insect, and tbe dreamer rarely or never Imagines that he Is borne high Into the air. Hutchinson states that of all those whom ho has asked about the matter hardly one has ever known himself to make any high flights in his dreams. One almost always files low, with a nkim-mln- g manner, slightly, but only slightly, above the heads of pedestrians. Bcaunls from his own experience-descri- bes a typical kind of dream flight as a scries of light bounds at one or two yards nbovo the earth, each bound clearing from ten to twenty yards, the dream being accompanied by a delicious sensation ot ease and movement as well as a lively satisfaction at being able to Bolve the problem of aerial locomotion by virtue of superior organization alone. Lafcadlo Hearn somewhat similarly describes In his "Shadowlngs" a typl-eand frequent dream of his own as a series of bounds In long parabolic o curves, rising to n height of some feet and always accompanle-- by tho sense that a now power bad been revealed, which for the future would bo a permanent possession. Atlantic al twen-ty-flv- Does Not Cost Anything Unless It Remember if The Big it Real Estate Transfers. Thejfollowing real estate transfers wero made the past week: W. H. Porter to Anita Porter, lot in Berea for $500; Berea RoalEstato Co.to Anita Porter, lot for $500 Anita Portor to Berea Real Estate Co., house and lot for $2,000; Hamilton & Thurman to J. R. Cates etc., lot in Rich mond for $800; Wayno. Brandenburg to J. R. Potts interest in house, and lot in Richmond, for $2,500; O. IL Harrison to C H. Rankin; lot in east end, $200. Clearance Sale Closes Saturday at the it 6 f xQ School News f i t The J. S. Stanifer, Prop. 4. Wily Swindler Burnam's Insurance Agency Leading Companies Represented Setiry FIRE, TORNADO All J onus Douglas & Simmons' or Office (Ur D st aatirt-Secrett- Public Sale Second CALL AND S3E THEM One Big Fool Saturday, Jan, 28, I.-- The Lamb You Get Here I.e-Bu- wat Young, Sweet and Mild. WJAm C. C. CULTON . vy"" High Prices ls Loom End at the Wm Be Continued 1J re-le- Busy Bee Lox-iMgte- a? One Week Longerr on account of bad weather . al .... al Sale rc.T-wn- jtrday, February 14th I. al 1 al al 1 0 W' b. Oldham & Co J r.tirUt ntwij lU mi al 11 mMr "If I'll Blankets TJndcrpriced $1.25 Blankets for 2.00 Blankets for 4.50 all wool Blankets lor 7.00 all wool Blankets for e have about 100 pairs $1.48 3.48 4.98 .98 We have just received a beautiful line of THE CLIMAX PRINTING CO (Incorporated.) new Spring Giughams and Madras. All new cdors in plain and fancy patterns. A. D. Miller Pres. and Mgr. New Spring GiiiQflj lams flie Richmond Climax. FOOD FOR A YEAR FtHUSflEO EtERT WEMESMT Advertise Is Order For Election. Madison County Court January Term Jan-- 2nd, 1011. IT Meat Milk 300 lb. 240 qts. 100 lbs. Free Sample Aids Old Men The sudden change from years of activity of both body and mind to the quiet of later ycar3 causes the numan system to undergo many changes, chief of which is in the di gestive crcans. It becomes harder and harder to get thai bowels tc move promptly and regularly ana In coiueauenca manv aWariv man ir. fer not only from the basic touMe. con-- 1 atlpatlon, but from Indigestion, headache, oelcnlnff. sour stomach, drowsiness after' eatln? ani similar annoyances. It Is first of all necessary to keep tho bowels open and then to tone the dleestlve muaeles so as to fret them to again do tlwir worlc naturaiiy. a. violent cathartic or narra-"o and nut jmy unnecessary doDut imrsa-f ul. something' mild will the worlc Just as well. . After you have cot throuch experiment- Inff with salts and pills and waters of various kinds, and have become convinced mai mey ao only temporary good at best. men iry i.r. Syrup fepsln. a pleasant-tastlnmild, gentle, iuaweirs laxativo tonic that is especially adapted to tbo requirements of old people, women and' children, and yet Is effective enough fer anybody. Tcur druggist, who has handled it succesjfully for a quarter of a cen- -' tury. will sell you a bottla for nfty cents or ono dcUar. but ir you want to mako a test of It before spending: any money send your namo and address to Dr. CaW-- 1 wen c; Batter Eets Vegetables 27 dot SOO lbs. oj! Sample McCall Magazine February number just out 5c a copy W. Q. Whito Steve K. Vaught Sco'y-Trea- s. ASSOCIATION Editor Minster cl KENTUCKY PRESS ini for ladies, in box calf, vici kid and Mens' 50c Underwear 39c EIGHTH DISTRICT FUBUSIiERS tEAG'JL patent leather. Regular $ 1 .50 and 2.00 values, your choice 98c Pair McCall's Patterns, 10 and J 5c PER 11.00 Heavy cotton, fleeced shirts and drawers, epicE IN ADVANCE all sizes, first quality, regular 50c undergarments for 39c WEDNESDAY JAN. 25 YEAR fair ration for a man for a year. But some people eat and eat and grow thinner. This means a defective digestion and unsuitable food. A large size bottle of This represents a. 1911 Scott's Emulsion equals in nourishing proper ties ten pounds of meat. Your physician can tell you how it does it rOB SALE BT ALL DltCOOISTS Bend 10c., name of 'paper and this ad. for oar beantitul SaTinc Dank and Child bketcn-BooEach baak contains a Good Lock I'ennr. SCOTT & BOWNE, 409 Pearl 6L. New Yorli regret that a host of admir $1 crs of Mr. Graham Vrcoland, read of his Mens' Heavy Riboed Underwear, shirts retiring from the Managing Editor's chair of the Courier Journal, to enter and drawers, 1 00 quality for 75c another lino of business Ono of the shrewdest political "dopsters" tho press of this country has ever known, he has put many a one "over" in the legislature and few ever knew who it was that really furnished tho "head work". Tho fa miliar "G. V." to. the legislature proceedings in the Courier Journal have beon read by thousands, who nover real-iz-o whose namo they stood for. Of i i mi i i course jur. v reoiana win remain in poi- Will 1CLCIVC ICUlUdiy I, ilitics, a little, and he ill be a factor which j ml mmun' raccs nmon the Dem crats selling , 1 t rr tilS" r that are not far off. His successor Mr. il or Harrison Robertson has been on the ly prices" follows editorial pairo of the Courier for years and is a writer of great ability. Many will recall his book, "If I were a Man" and the rare literary stylo displayed in its mako up. Mens' Underwear for 75c It is with To Make Room for Our Spring and Summer Clothing r as READING THE FLASHES. Lighthouses Are Open Books to the Experienced Mariner. Passengers are generally astonished when on a dark night they hear tho ship's officer remark to another. "There's Egg rock," or "Crabtrce ledge," or "Beaver Tall," as tho case may De, naming some headland or shoal along the coast. The landlubber strains his eyes, and far away thcro appears from time to time n flash of light, red or white. As theso flashes scorn to tho passenger exactly like those from hundreds of other light houses, he Is astonished ot tho officer's assurance. It Is really a very easy mat tor to dis tinguish tho American lighthouses and lightships, of which there nre about 1,300 along the Atlantic and gulf coasts If ono Is possessed of a copy of tho code Issued by the lighthouse board. Every light is known by the fixed light, tho duration of flash, the length of the ocllpso or tho number of flashes shown in groups. No light houses Within a hundred miles of each oiucr are ever similar in these par ticulars. For instance, one guidepost of tho sea may flash a white light every fifteen seconds, never varying. whllo the next flashes a red light every nvo Beconus. une uuru may bo an alternate red and white flash, with In tervals of ten seconds between the flashes, and so on. Tho audible fog signals are identified by tho time be tween tho blasts of the slron and the continuance of the blast. Flashing lights arc preferred to flxed lights for the reason that n fixed light might bo confused with scmo other light on shore. Only white and red lights aro considered desirable In light houses, since It has been found that the rays from lights of other colors cannot be seen at so great n distance. There Is but one green light a fixed one on the Atlantic coast. Harper's weekly. we are reduced our.present stock onuonDrana ciotnes at great Suits and Overcoats 10,00 now 7,50 now $ 1 5,00 and $ 1 8 now $ 1 2.48 12.50 now 9.98 iftox Vj 7.48 4.98 What will ovidently help us is going to hurl. To cut out the lull crop in Madison will bo keenly felt in commer cial circles, but it seems tho best way to beat the trust. The poor man must get the worst of it, as is usually tho case. Many have already signed contracts for tho year and it is going to bo lough to get together meat and bread. V. 3 Rural Telephones ' This can be accomplished by r your neighbor can net for a sum meansis of our telephone service, small ELDER Dr. Robt. C. Boggs Dentist Telephonj Office in Oldham 267 w Danville has made another big haul on tho Blind tigers and the mushroom law breakers" continue to spring up as fast as thoy are cut down. Danville has been dry thirty years, but the blind tigers and "bootleggers" flourish. Richmond has been "Dry" a little over three years and if you doht think she is Dry trrtodig pa drink Ollie Jamks has announced for Ben Johnson, and in view of this fact the representative of Madison county, which is sure to bo a Democrat, will not support him for Senator. The people of Madison will demand that each candi date for tho nomination pledge himself to vote against this greatly over-rate- d politician. With, tho aid of the Madison county growers, Tho American Tobacco Co., was able to break tho Burley pool and to show its appreciation camo back within twenty-fou- r hours and offered 8 cents for the crop. Such ingratitude. Farmer J!ako your home as modem for your family as a city zul place yourself in a position to Ret the latest market quotationsret that comnnreri with tlm 1 in t red. Cnll or addrees our nearest office or write direct to headquarters ? Tennessee, for information reffardine our special "Farmers' Line' f at present you are not enjoying telephone service, we can immediately rti. Our lines cover the States ol Kentucky. Tennessee, Mis6iEgippi a ana me ftouuicrn portion ot Indiana and Illinois. hie Building R. Emmett Million Successor to Hurcin Over State Banc &. Trust Company TELEPHONE 296 DENTIST & Denny -- AST TENNESSEE TELEPHONE CO., Incorporated 4arry M Blanton, ce 11 he ramous T a t e and YOU Interested Lumber, Lath, The Danville man's resolution tho first of tho year is short and to the point. HELPED BY A HAMMER. DENTIST 'He will drink a better brand of whisky during 1911." Its lucky ho don't live A Littl Business Incident to Lick, Which Don't use a small, concentrated light near Winchester or he would have a Hangs a Moral. Crown, Bridge and Inlay work a over one shoulder. It puts an unequal hard time keeping the resolution. Two blocks apart In a certain street Specialty. ZZ nro two stationery stores. The strain on your eyes. Use a diffused, soft, Office in Bank Building. Kentucky is an awful stato in the ot ono has abundant capital. owucr mellow light thtit cannot flicker, that equalha3 a eyes of tho Buckeyes, but she wouldn't wide, roomy place with a large stock izes the work of the eyes, such as the Kayo GREENLEAF & HERRINGTON swap Breathitt for Adams any day in of goods well displayed. Tho store of Lamp gives, and avoid eye strain. the week. Tho mountaineers lovo the the other man is a mere hole in tho Lawyers The Rayo is designed to give the fucd, but they prcservo their integrity wall in a dingy building, yet this deal best light, and it does. Office in Douglas & Simmons' new er is getting most of tho business. at any cost. It has a strong, durable shade-hold- er The following incident may explain Building on Second Street that is held firm and true. A new burner opp. Court House Don't "Worry, Senator McCreary will it A woman who had just moved to gives added strength. Made of solid get in the race at tho proper timo and the vicinity stopped In the larger store I brass and finished in nickel, hasy to every ''stump" in the state will hear his one evening to buy some picture nails. STJT,jT-i- X 57A..N but was told that they were not sold keep polished. The Rayo Is low priced, voice and there'll bo something doing there. but no other lamp gives a better light at too. It doesn t pay to be ma hurry al "Where can I buy them?" she askeJ , AttobneYat-L- a any price. ways. A politely. Kentucky. Richmond, Always Une. Unce a Kayo User, "I don't know," 6aid tho proprietor. Jfflce over btate Bank & Trust Uo.. op Dtcltrs Everyykert. If r.et cl yours, write for it scriptivt At The woman went to the smaller store. The Daily Courier-Journ- al posite uonrt House, on Main Street. xan. circular 10 int nearest efcr.cy cj ir.c kk This man had no picture nails either. One-Ha- lf Price. Oil. i uave a uox or oia nans mat I use (Incorpoi-ated. Through a special arrangement, this myself," ho explained. "Perhaps some liege Graduate McKlllipp Veteilnai) of them might do." paper is enabled to offer the Daily oi jnirago. in urnal by mail, in combination, at Tho woman gratefully accepted his a prico just ono-hathe regular rates offer and found some nails that an purpose. She remembered for tho Courier-Journa- l. Tho regular swered her Office at J. U. Azbill's Stablo then that sho had no hammer. "I can Courier-Journ00 is price of tho Daily Oilicc Phono 99 lend you one," said the shopkeeper. "If Res. Phone 532 f Richmond, Ky cents a month, $0.00 a year. See tho you will bring it back in the morning." clubbing proposition in our advertising Ever since that timo. that woman has columns, and read about the bargain. walked tho extrn blocks to patronize we carry. Whether lf a That' all This special offer is good only for sub- the obliging merchant. She has told staple, like sugar, or a fancy Ubl ; delicacy, like imported cheese. c inve it, scription orders given us during tho her friends of the incident and Influ SURVEYOR end m a quality absolutely aepenli.b!e. Every product that enters this store month of February. The offer will bo enced them to become customers. tnust stand rieid examination. The lesson taught by this insignifi solicago of those its patron needing ser withdrawn tho last day of tho month, cant incident Is one Kach article is chosen from many that is only too vices of a competent man. Address, brands offered, because it has roved and no orders can bo taken after that. its superior merit. often neglected. It pays a small RICHMOND, KENTUCKY. Bach brand competes for preference, Under this offer, Courier-Journwill tradesman to be obliging It pays all rind none gains a place on our shelves be sent to subscribers only through the or us. small favors bring largo re if it fails to measure up to our high standard of quality. turns. Chicago Tribune. post office, not through Courier-JournOne of the recent successful contest-cat- s for representation in our line hi agent. No Courier-Journorders for a . ... .t . Dreaded Premature Burial. ii i. iHKun at mis rate, ii W:n wu. vji11 CAlllTAIlD ii";uiic. iiuu year win uo I., r ll A11DA I Meyerbeer, like many other notable i ill. lllltt . .1 .1, . . ouiiuui I c..l....!.: ouusutllJliuii uiuab uc iui nub icaa man people, went in dread of premature f iarm town iiois or any ii iinnen n,, ,i r burial and left the most elaborate di else in the Real Estate line. mnniv,K rections with a view to Any business intrusted to Tho Tariff question in Congress and such a contingency. "My preventing body is to him will be promptly and Mr. Watterson's letters from Europe remain untouched for n period of four a smooth and daintv tilend ttf selected, highland grown beans the carefully attended to. See will mako tho Courier-Journespecial- days after my death Is certified, with .market's choicest. the face him if his services are need- ly interesting for tho nest few months. same uncovered and in exactly tho The Electa process of and position as at the time I am sup preserves the genuine coffee ed. Our motto is "Tho highest prico for posed to have passed away. On the flavor and improves it. In using Electa Coffee you are Hire of "We represent iron bound nil crops" Madison tobacco warehouse. fifth day incisions are to bo made in the finest quality a satisfaction th.it in the throat nnd In the feet." He also itself would make Electa worth more Insurance Companies re If than other coffees. directed that two men should be ap member this. Compare it with any you ever drank The Pledge. pointed to watch over him day and riefore. You'll like the rousing flavor and the plorious aroma. Tho following is tho pledge which tho night in case he should give any signs of and members of tho now Burley Grower's attached life his that bells should be to hands and feet. Organization aro asked to sign, which eliminates Hie 1911 crop: He Remained One. "I agree not to grow any tobacco "It la true," said a woman lecturer, A Share of Your personally, by tenant, or agent, nor "that some girls, marrying men to re form them, succeed. Somo girls, too, permit any tobacco to be grown on fail. any land which I own or control dur"The hostess at n tea once said to a ing tho year 1911. beautiful, sad eyed woman: "This agreement shall not bo bind"'Aro you fond of sports, Mrs. ing unless in tho judgment of tho Blank:'1 Esecutivo Boards of both tho Burloy He Will Appreciate It sirs. manK smiled, iter sad eyes Tobaacco Union and tho Burley To twinkled a moment. Then she sighed IIo represents tho Best Firo Insuranco bacco Society a sufficient per cent is and answered: Companies in the business and guaran" 'Well, 1 supposa I ought to be. I pledged to insure a successful cuttees satislac.ion married one. " out of the crop of 1911, and unless said cut out is officially declared by Egypt and China. Your Live tho Executive Boards of both tho In Egypt wo dig nnd delve and year Burley Tobacco Uuion and tho Bur-le- y TO by year recover the treasures sho Tobacco Society beforo tho 15th holds. In China there Is nothing to reday of February, 1911. cover, nothing to dig for. All her past acres. Is huddled on the surface. Her music "I usually grow " " and her musical Instruments of the Union Stock Yards Cincinnati, 0. (Signed.) past nre here today the saino as they ever were. There are no stages of deAnnouBceracats Ana receive t'ao Highest market price velopment and no steps erf ascent as we aro tho largest order buyers on FOR SHERIFF We nre authorized to nnnouncc KLMKK Hermann Smith. tho Cincinnati market. DEATIIKkAGB a candidate for Sheriff of I Pinaison county, suujcci to uie action oi Preventing a Waste. Democratic party "Why Is Mrs. Jonos standing-ibarcOCt 3mo IsALDWIN a candidate for Sheriff of Mud- - headed in the cold?" 5hin&Ies, Doors, Don county, subject to the action of the in "Oh, Tshe's got a half bottle of cold Democratic party. We nre authorized in announce Ti. .11 cure left from last year, and sho ivants JONES a candidate for Sheriff of Nndison to use It up to get tho bottle oat of If I county, subject to the action of the Demothe way." Llpplncott'e. cratic party. CdLy . anly m Bennsu bui DENTIST iluluKm .H. I. PATRICK Does Not Strain the Eyes' Paint Kentucky Standard Company Dl C H. Mamhart Courier-Jo- Veterinary Surgeon lf al "Good Things to Eat", H. e. DOTY, Hon. W. R. Shackelford Judgo presiding John A. Mershon and 403 others Many people are unable to ferret out tho mystery why it is so many crops of On Petition vs order. tobpeco aro taken from this county to It appearing to the court thai the Fayetto to bo sold on the breaks there, written petition filed herein was and is when the market hero is equally as signed by a number of legal voters of good. Tho fact is easily explained. tho city of Richmond, Ky. ,viz. 370 legal Every loose leaf house in Lexington, voters equal to and in excess of 23 por rcalezing that tho crop in Madison this cent of tho number of votes cast at the year is the best in Central Kentucky and last election in said city, as has been is bringing tho highest prices, are mak- heretofore in this case ordered and ading a determined effort to sccuro all it judged, camo the voters on this next possibly can from here by flooding tho regular term of Cour county with advertising matter. Tho tho filing of their peClimax is carrying largo advertisements tition on July County Court day for this for these houses. Every week thou- county, and deposited with tho Judge of sands of post cards aro sent into this this court tho sum of $140. this being county from tho Loxington houses giv- tho amount fixed by tho said court as ing figures on Madison county crops, sufficient to pay for posting and printwhich havo sold over tho breaks there. ing advertisements as provided for in To get business it is necessary to adver-tis- o local option elections, for the fees of the and do it in a systematic way. clerk of this court and for his services Madison county looso leaf houses are herein, and for necessary expenses of just beginning lolseo what publicity special registration and the holding of means, and from now on will givo their said election, which said sum of money Lexington competitors a run for tho tho said County Judge accepted and monoy. now accepts as full and complete comMr. Al Cornolison, who sold a portion pliance with the statute in such cases of his crop over tho Lexington breaks made and provided and it further apseveral days ago, says that tho prices pearing to tbo court that all legal stops hero are from 50 cts. to 81.50 more than necessary to havo a vole in the city of id tho Fayetto capital. In company Richmond, Ky., on the proposition with Mr. B. B. Million ho visited tho whether or not spiritous vinous, malt or Richmond Tobacco 'Warehouse Wednes- other intoxicating liquors shall be sold day and was convinced that tho market bartered or loaned in said city, and it here is hotter. Ho will sell tho remain- further appearing that tho petitioners der of his crop hero and will make a big and tho defendant aro willing and have effort to havo li is neighbors do tho same. agreed, subject to the approval of the court, that tho election herein be called Compliments Him. for March tho 3rd, 1911, it is now ac Tho Frankfort Xows has tho follow- cordingly ordered and adjudged that ing complimentary to Judge Benton: tho sheriff of Madison county Ky.. open Judgo Benton has kept tho lawyers of a poll at each and all voting places in tho Franklin bar busy this week. Ho ii said city on Friday, March the 3rd, 1911 outsido of his district and wants to get for the purpose of taking the sense of back home, so ho is doing best to get tho legal voters of said city, who are tho business of tho court disposed of qualified to vote at elections for county quickly. This is ono of tho advantages officers upon tho proposition whether or of having a regular judge act as special not spiritous. vinous or malt liquors or judge. Judgo Benton is as fine a judgo other intoxicating liquors shall be sold as can be found on tho bench in bartered or loaned in said city. has made tho locul bar sit up It is further ordered that a special and tako notice. registration in and for tho city of Rich mond, Ky., be held on Friday, February the 17th, 1911, for tho purpose of and to enable those persons entitled to vote in tho aforesaid election whose names have Here arc Facts we Want You not been recorded, on tho registration book at tho election last proceeding the to Prove at our Risk. said March the 3rd, 1911, to register and to enable thoso persons who have re Marvelous as it may seem, Ilexall 93 moved from their precincts to another Hair Tonic has grown hair on heads precinct in tho city, to havo their regis that woro onco bald. Of course, in none tration cancel in their old and to regisof theso cases wcro the hair rools dead, ter anew in their proper precincts nor had tho scalp taken on a glazed, and for all other purposes allowed by shiny appearance. law. The Sheriff of Madison county will Bexall "93" Hair Tonic acts scienti- advertiso this special registration and fically, destroying the jrerms which arc this election, as he is by law required to usually responsible for baldness. It pen- advertiso it, and ho will open tho proper etrates to the roots of tho hair, stimulat- voting places in each of tho said pre ing and nourishing them. It is a most cincts of tho said city and causo the pleasant toilet necessity, is delicately said registration and election to bo held perfumed, and will not gum or perman by duly appointed and qualified elecently staic tho hair. tion officers in said voting precincts as We want you to get a bottle of Rexall far as his duty goes and in the manner 33 Hair Tonic and uso it as directed. If and form required by law. W. R. Shackelford J. M. C. C. it does no relievo scalp irritation, re movo dandruff, provent the hair from Stato of Kentucky I falling out and promote- an increased County of Madison Set. I, R. B. Terrill Clerk of the Madison growth of liair, and in every way give sntiro satisfaction, simply como back County Court do hereby certify that the mil tell us, and witnout question or foregoing is a truo and comploto copy formality wo will hand back you every of tho order entered in order booK A 1st p nny you paiu us lor it. 1 wo sizes, page G3I in the case of John A. Mershon 50c. and S1.00. Sold at II. L. Perry s and 403 others on petition. Witness my hand this 3rd day of JanIrugstorc. uary 1911. The Right Way. R. B. Terrill Clerk By D. Tevis Huguely D. C Patrons of tho rural delivery would get thoir mail moro promptly if they Tho undersigned Sheriff of Madison would give thoir address in tho manner, bv which it can bo understood by the County will in compliance with tho fore carriers. There has boon somo com going order of the Madison County court plaint and in order to do away with the open the polls at tho various voting prethe de'.av the following form should be cincts in Richmond, Ky., on tho 3rd day ised thus: John Smith, IX. R. No. 4, of March, 1911, for the purpose stated in Box 40, Richmond, Ky. If addressed in said order in obedience to said order. prompt deliv Tho undersigned will also open a special this manner it registration on February 17th. 1911 for ery. tho purposo of permitting all persons legally authorized to register as speci3 fied in said order so that said election l arm news can bo hold as in said order directed. Given under my hand as sheriff this 11 Items ol Interest to TheFar-- m day of January, 1911. er, the Grower and the The Slogan With Lexington Tobacco Warehouses to Get Business. Court met & O. I. R. Pennington Dentist. OMce next door to Government Richmond, Ky. build-I- n- For Sale. Lot Apply Bnrmmwoed 70x170 feet. It. K. STOKE. tf Notice to Creditors. All persona having ekUms agaln.it Led ford A Sowets, of VaMey View, Ky.. will piit presort them properly eriod accoMlM to law on er before after this February 15h, Mil. Jess Carr, ValWv View. KVi Hog Raisers , ,Are -vur fenm worth 1 eewsper hnrif e guarantee BoUfDOn and he will gladly send you a samp 0Th?srrem?dyClIsrera'pldlv displacing all forms of medication for the euro of stomach, liver and bowel trouble, and families Uie Mr. O. F. Wisher's of Syca- -, more, uu and airs. Carrie Cutter's ofl .noire jja are now iramo street, south Bend.' never without It In tho ina.. house. They have tested it and know its grand value to every member of the lainiiy. Dr. Caldwell personally will be ploased to give you any medical advice yoti may desire for yourself or family pertaining to the stomach. liver or boweta absolutely free of charge. Kxplaln yoor case in a letter and he will reply to you In dotail. For the free sample simply send yoor name and address on a postal card er otherwise. For either request the doctor's address is Dr. W. B. Catdwell.ft.ttv Caldwell building, Montlcello, I1L SOLD BY ALL DKUGGISTS- - Hctr Cholera Remedv dis-oth- i r. er free rem tokpbws healthy ease for 5 cents per heed per mth. It eJrs thoter. kills Worms, Stimulates the Appetite, aids Ihir aad eauses hosjs to fai'en very rapitlly. Dm remedy is usotlami emJorved by lealbe; hog raisors throughout the cotmtry. Ceae in and let us tell u about it. P rry's Drug Store. 2- -t Jack Sale 3 Fine Jacks and 1 Jennet in fool to fine Jack, will be sold publicly, next Court Da in Richmond, For 5a!e. Few thousand secoml hand brick. J. tf 1). Kin smI A 219 Moberly avenue. accMowt So. tf Dan II. Creek, life, fee insurance. Kern bills ami n'A Lumber For Sale. in oak, poplar ami pin Poplar laths. WrUe. kind rough lumber - Tobacco slicks Monday, Feb. 6, at 11 'It It Grows Hair o'elock. on First Street. This is a dissolution sole and tt Can be stock must be sold . Money to Loan on Good Farm seen at Wm. Martin's stable, Lands. Main street, Sunday, Feb. 6, Tho Northwestern Mataei Life Insurance C., will teen money at 3 pr or address J. A. SfKVKS. W. T. Hicks. Kwhrnoml, Ky. cent intere- -t on good improved fern lands on Mortgage. Apply 10 J. C Chenaalt. Alt v. Kkhmoml. Ky. 6-- Combs & Dennis College Hill, Ky. Wliat About .That Leaky Roof, We have a big lot of Red Cedar, Cypres and Yellow Pine Shingles Yours for a Square Deal 1 B Lumber Co. Near L. & A. Depot noHdeton i Successors lo El. Blanlon & Co. Telephone 425 GROCERIES Is Our Specialty Get our prices no trouble to show you goods. .Highest cash price paid for Countrv Produce will-insur- Stockman. D. A. McCORD, Sheriff of Madison County. IF YOU CAIN'T COMr: James & Htmley Hon. Abraham Renick, of Clarke For 5ale. iounty, sold his world famous, prize- Two pure brod Poland China boars, ivinning shorthorn bun tsignet, last weaK of weight about 123 and 225 pounds. for $1,000 to A. K. McComber, aicencs, Cal. Signet has probably Extra good stock. Roy C. White. von moro national prizes than any bull in America. Work Wanted. Work wanted on farm by ablo bodied man with houso for himself and daugh ter. Can do anything on a farm. Write mo caro R. R. Parks, Richmond, Ky.. Vliv oxneriment trying to drivo tho R. F. D. dandrut' ecrm from underneath tho It J. W. Lawson. ikin with greasy lotions or fancy hair- For a mild, easy action of the bowels. lressing when II. L. Perry Drug Store will guarantee 7.EMO and ZEMO SOAP a single dose ol Doan.s llcgulets is to entirely rid tho scalp of tho germ life enough. Treatment cures habitual con stipation. 25c. a box. Ask your drug that causes tho trouble. gist for them. ZBMOand ZEMO SOAP can bo obtain Constipation causes headache, nausei, ed in any city or town in America and iro recognized tho best and most uo - dizziness, languor, heart palpitation, omical treatment for all effections of Drastic physics gripe, sicken, weaken he skin and scalp whether on infant or tho bowols, and don't cure. Doan's trown persons. Une shampoo with Regulets act gently and cure constipa 4EMO SOAP and application of ZEMO tion. 25 cents. Ask your druggist. will stop itching and clcanso the jcalp Tho wiso man carries both life and of dranduff and scurf. firo insuranco. Dan H. Brcck has "Wo invito you to try ZEMO and ZEMO tho best police SOAP and if not entirely satisfied wo " 4 will refund your money. ii Telephone 16 or 223 Sewelf & McKinney 140-14- 2 North Second Street ELECTA' COFFEE f: ir al i. Dandruff and ItcHing Scalp Yield to This Treatment. Pointers heart of Mich doings. The "I ittea of hreahiR iaio a ehNd's hank to IfcH it dees beat all pay a proeery Mil. Betsy's hr. g kott S on Give DAVE FREEMAN Make a jerson how iume folk '' i It U feel liko itvuk hi. because I'm tretleU richt itat I Val with 1 Telephone 35 Fire Insurance Business -f Lack. ey & Todd The Home of Low Prices and Square Dealing Telephone G2 School News Opera House Building For the Stomach HereTs ARE f Items ol Interest from Snpt. County In General an. Offer You Should Not Overlook. W&XJEABLBl Tust R?.e'veci a Car 4 k Consign Stock C. C, Seal & Co Wo NORRI5 :tf 5ash,,Llc. so, see Todd-Edwar- ds Lumber Co, Richmond, Kj FOR SALE BY A; DOBROW5KY FIRST STREET - Had Dona It Tao.. TyT Kitlcker Banklag Interests Some times buy what they don't irant to cratic party, avert a panic. Bocker As I buy; my FOR JAILER We nre authorized to announce MORGAN wife a dress. Harper"u Bazar. TAYLOR a candidate for Juilerof .Nodlson Notice to Creditors. Count), subject to the uction of the DemoMedicines that aid naturo are tin-aycratic party. All perst ns having claimsjigainst the FOR ASSESSOR mostJSofTectua), Chamberlain's Cough state of Clay S. Maupm. will present We nre authorized to announce W. F. KM AN a candidate for Assessor of Mad- Itemedy acts en this plan. It allays the same, prop rly vor.ilied aS" required by JA ison county, subject to the uction of the cough, relieves the lungs, opens the law, to tii o undersigned on or he I ore Democratic party seorelioneTand aids nature in restoring I March 1, 1 11, or same will be barred. FOR COUNTY CLERK We are authorized to announce IRu C .the Isystem to a healthy condition. This January 18, 1911 Henee. a candidate "for County. Cletk of Thousands havo testified to its superior! LJ. R. Maupto, , bj'?ct to the actios oi Maabaa county. Ztoaicttatie. party AdBiiaiftttntor . s announce B1TNIA. W MIX K. EDWARDS, a candidate for Sn pcrintcndcntof Public schools of Nnilison 'county, subject to the action of the Demo SCHOOL SUPERINTENDBXo; "T Re.x.-il- l Dyspepsia Tablets remedy stomach I roubles by supplying the ono lement, the ibsenco of which in the rttstric juices causes indigestion and lyspepsia. They aid tho stomach to ligest food and to quickly convert 1 into rich red blood and, material neces sary for orercoming naturalbody wasto. Carry a package of Bexall Dyspepsia Tablets in your vest pocket, or keep them in your room. Tako ono after each meal and indigestion will not both er you. Wckno'v what Bexall Dyspepsia Tab- ets aro and 'what they will do. "We guarantee them to relievo indigestion and 4spfyvX If they fail we will re fund your Jnouey. Three sues; 25 cts. 50 cents niid $1.00. Kemember yon:can oblnin Rciuill Hcmedies at II. L.P.crry's drugstore There is not much of anything doing right now in Supt Noland's office. Sev eral contracts will be let in the early spring for repairing buildings, and therr will bo some vacancies to fill in tho different Educational Divisions, but fo tho next sixty days everything will quiet. A Load of Malleable fnnijiti ITS YOtfa, r largo number of applicants from Madison will enter the Normal this year. Thero is plenty of places for all those Ranges . desiring to fit themselves for teaching', although each county is limited to a cor tain number ot appointments. Applications should bo mado at onco to Supt. Noland. The check for tho fifth month fo tfTZZlMMl the time to call and inspect this wonderful Range, which thousands of users declare is the besjf on account of workmanship, smell amount of Mow is the teachers has arrived and each has received their share. The next and last payment will be made the second Saturday in February. The check this time amounted to about $4,800. According to theflaw, two monthly payments are made after the close of school, while the first one is mado in October, although the term begin in August. fuel used and unsurpassed cooking qualities. Ask Richmond users. Don't forget that we will give cent Off for Cash oil All Heating Stoves This Week Only 10 per , Doa't let the baby sutler from eczema, sores or any itching of the skin. Doan OintHWRt gives taefcwt ieMf; eur cttitakrv. Perfectly safe for oKIUm. -.1 All lirii tito nil D. B. f-- Shackelfei IMM. It I 1S ft4 ,1 - A Perfect Bookcase iTiTI-- J. W. Bales Delivers a Strong Talk on "Cattle Feeding in Kentucky' at Lexington. 'i nl The New Idea Manure Spreader A r I! i During; Farmer's week at Lexington the first of Janu' ary, a most excellent paper was read before the Beef Cattle Breeders by J. W. Bales, of this county. Below we give some of the very fine points brought out by Mr. Rales, who is recognized a? one of the shrewdest buyers are made in thirty sizes of sections n six standard graddes and finishes. in the country "lhave been invited to give It's the one bookcase above all others. 5tart today with a sectional my views on cattle feeding book case that will grow with your library. Add a section as requirefrom the buver' standpoint. ments demand. The Macey 5ectional Bookcase is absolutely dust Siuce all cattle fed by whatg doors. proof and is fitted with ever process are prepared for market, the purpose of which You can't buy a better bookcase there's none better made. 5top is to feed them in such a way in tomorrow; let us explain the many advantages of this good, bookcase as to command the best price, aside produce good beef at a comthe feeder at the same time take into consideration, from the neatness aud finish paratively small cost and iu seeking to mature his product of the cattle before him, the the main are good money in a marketable condition in of such cat- makers. the best and most economical killing qualities tle. It takes a very fair lot 'We find the beef eaters way, and with the smallest of grass cattle, showing fat are gettiug to be more practioutlay possible to secure this 53 to cal iu their taste and in mak end. To accomplish this pur- and conditions to make pose the feeder is confront- 51 per cent, grass weight ing their purchases, as shown Furniture, Carpets, 5toves fre- by the present demand for ed with varying conditions early in the summer, and quently they fall below these beef, anil also as evidenced by West Main Street and circumstances. The pro- figures, whereas a well tinish- - the awards at the Internation Opp. Hotel Glyndon cess best suited to one feeder may be the reverse of what ed lot of cattle fed out, carry al Show in Chicago in recent suits some other feeder. The better ile.sh and more evenly years, and especially the show When fr vu as soon Ac tbe crtm For Rent For S ic conditions confronting the distributed, less paunch and just closed of 1910. cough appears Chamberlain's Ooupli less gross, and make 55 to 57 I hftve several pml Uiiklitifr Into r Rrmrrfy a ill ard otf aa attack of croup "One" other matter I desire I!sWiiM and six acros of land nciir feeder who feeds two or sale leoalod ua IncmMr mat Hrock Md pre nil all danger and eaae of eKy limits or IHg Hill pike. Apply per cent, and even more, as to mention. This is the pre of cattle may and often Ave. IjOOU ion. drainnjw. ct.. lb wiy aaiiiy. TlHMianla of Mothers ue ii 15. It. Boon, best. Mort dirabW for apanmeat sneecvsfulh are entirely different from I am making conservative es valent idea abroad that our KI1 by Ktockloa & Suh. vf It. 1). No. J, llorea, Ky. Any one hHsc er livinc reitMic the feeder who feeds one, two timates, based on the average best and heaviest cattle are FOR. SALE Xr widcaco In hi purebwe pk feeder. Two or three percent, exported to London and AVIten buyirp a ootiph modicino for or three hundred head of catJ. Siewe. tf owner, Mn. 1). X. Uriel m tor m, children bair in Hiiml timt Chamber-hHi'- s tle, t'he former most likely in weight may not at first Liverpool and sold, when as a Dr. Britt. if I poor jioiaey la 'wait NMtill yeti have Cottjrh Itemed' In most oiroctual the average farmer glance seem to amount to ver v matter of fact the best cattle lire to befia lliiilriaajr aaiwt HHwraaoe. for colds, croup and whooping cough being Come to Owen MeKm. much, but on a 1,450 pound America produces are conKy. far dry good mod notion. (Xlten 11 it now. We write Uta Vast telieisti ami that ii contains no harmful drus. with two hundred or three Ihm II. Breck. f For bale by St wklon A: Son. if. do and wtoy not you. hundred acres of land, while bullock 3 percent amounts to sumed by our American cities the latter would naturally be full 25 percent hundred grass who use the best. And from a feeder of much larger land- weight, to say nothing of the the further fact our live cat ed estate, running from seven improved quality of the car- tle exporters have dwindled I or eignu hundred acres up to cass of beef, or the selling o such small proportions that 1 it looks like the time is not two or three ihuusund acres value of the same. ' 'As to how these cattle are far distant when uf this size, while not they will en Farms fed, on the Blue Grass turf tirely cease. Another erroniiumeroao, are nut uncommon a few reaching even more. or in barns we ment with both eous idea is that the London I am now dealing with condi conditions and with practical- market demands heavy cattle. tions as we find them in Cen ly the same results in the The popular bullock with the tral Kentucky and not in other end. The feeder in the open London marLetis a real prime ARE THE EEST sections, for tne reasons, that has the advantage of carrying 1,200 to 1,300 pound animal. conditions favorable to one more hogs and the disadvan- Prime heifers of useful CLOTHES locality may be entirely dif- tage of enduring all kinds of weight, selling almost up to ferent in another locality. weather, and cutting up his steers in price. One hopeful Beech Tailored Ready to What suits the producer ol farm in bad weather, while at feature for the Kentucky "Wear Guaranteed not to grain alone does n6t suit the the same time the cattle, are feeder is Kentucky's natural Shrink or Fade man who seeks to make fat distributing their rich drop- resources together with her cattle largely with the aid of ping in a more lasting ard ju proximity to the Eastern native grass. In the one in- dicious way than it can ever markets, affording a great op50 years experience the stance, and the one to which be done afterward Tin portunity to Kentucky feeder who h barns and by factor guarantee in am now referring, apply to feeder it is notisnecessary that aud should hold in store for barns them a the Blue Grass section growing marthe suits, all sizes from state, where nature hasofdone thev should be costly or ex- - ket fromlarger to year, seeing year they may be so the tremendous increase in smallest boy to largest for man and beast more than pensive-b- ut inexpen- the population of U. S. withto man Newest stock all the artificial appliances constructed as the be same time out adequate means for a sive and at in city to select from produced by man can accom- serve all purposes for feed- proportionate increase in live plish. ing. Cattle fee in this man"In m' experience the ma- ner, with or without doors, stock production." jority of feeders, whether affording the ample dry quar Do you know Hint fully nino out of Fine Lino New Style every tun cases of rhoumntism aro simsmall or large, usually begin ters for eating, have the ad ply rheumatism of tbe muscles duo to on cattle weighing around vantage of getting all their cold or damp, or chronic rheumatism, 1,100 pounds in October. grain fed at the expense of and require no internal treatment whatThese cattle are grazed on the hogs, which will diminish ever. Apply Chamborlain.s Liniment and Furnishing Goods, Suit freely and sco quickly givos native grass until the severi- the hog capacity fully 50 per lief. For sjiIo howStockton &itSon. reby Cates, Trunks, Umbrellas, ty of the weather calls for a cent. Ihem.an with the barns etc., at lowest prices for high supplemental feed, which has the advantage of provid- Drop Madison class goops. most generally consists of against bad weather, corn, fodder and some times keeping off his grain fields in IneJependent Growers Sohay, as circumstances of the bad weather and the many ciety, as Well as Burley feeder are best suited, follow- comforts that accrue to the are 5ore at This ed generally by grain early conveniences over the outside County. in January, if the best policy feeding. believe and my I is pursued, which is not al- experience and observation A grave situation confronts Madison Oldest Established Clothing and Tailoring House in Richmond ways the case, because it is a has taught me that the cattle at present, and it seems that the tobacco fact patent to every observer fed in the open are the better rowors of inis county can't bo brought to ft realization of tho condition of afor student of feeding, that it and take on more fairs. Madison county will bo dropped Silas Shelburne, Presideut J. I). Marshall. i. o I'rosident J. L. Knight Secretary and Treasure is bad policy to let cattle weight than the barn fed cat- from botlt tho Hurley Tobacco Society W I). .sst Secroiarv and Treasurer shrink or lose weight and tle, but I buy cattle equally and tho Independent Growers' Associathen try to regain the lost good, handled and fed by each tion, if the growers of this county don't Take Your Tobacco to beyin at to "get into line" and woght by subsequent feed- process, like two farmers who olirninalo once Inconsistency which other this ing, for two reasons, one of hold different views as to counties claim exists horo more than which it is too expensive and raising corn and pursue en- any place else. "It seems to be tho opinion of the the second and a very import- tirely different policies, yet leaders Incorporated in tho pooling raovo ant reason is that cattle in a both grow good crops and se county in tho district, that tho of every growors thriving condition, and in cure about the same results, of Madison aro tho most discordant lot For The Sale Of good flesh when allowed to although differing radically of people they havo ever known," said Mr. C. R Chonault yesterday, in convershrink, lose their form, grow in their methods. sation with a representative of tho course in bone and can hardly "aud if wo can't get together bet"There is another class of be made to regain their form- feeders who are almost as tor in Madison than wo havo in tho past, West Side 5outh Broadway, Just Below Southern Depot er condition, even with the good money makers as any tho organizations aro sure going Jo drop us. nd then thero will bo turmoil suro : : : : : : Both Telephones 1 704 LLXINGTON, KY feeder's best efforts. But class of men who handle cat enough. It seoms to mo as if tho growwhen cattle are judiciously tle and this class of feeders ers l.ere don't realizo tho situation as it Best Light and Free Accommodation handled, the corn ration buy good, thrifty cattle, not really twists. Madison controlls tho situation, on account of sizo and acreshould be such as to keep the so high in llosh when purchas- age, and leaders claimher has persistfor Men and Teams sho cattle in growing and thrifty ed, virtually rought them ently pulled back just at tlio time when We have with us Mr. J. B. StaUings, the Best Auctioneer on any Market condition, maintaining their through the winter, feeding her strength would havo meant victory." Tho growors haven't timo flesh without special effort to little if any grain, give the Madison any longer, and she to wait on .vill bo left put on fat at a time when cattle good grazing and feed out in tho final organization which such a process is costly and for the late fall market, usual would mean thousands of dollars loss, inestimable. extra expensive, but by care ly beginning on grain, corn yes almost Weil, Mr. Him tho well ful and judicious feeding cat- stalks and ear fed on the Blue buyer of Kentucky, claims known cattle A Manure Pulverizer that in MadManure Distributer tle can be carried through the Grass sod (and by the way, ison county, ho experiences the toughe:t Without a Cog 'orCIutch months of January and Feb- one intending to feed in this propositions in trying to arrive at a deal with ruary in such a condition and way cannot begin too soon everytho cattlo raisers, but in nearly other county in tho' state, whero without heavy expense, when the corn begins to get ho pUr:hascs large numbers of cattle, ho when cattle are ft 1. in roasting ear state), contin- can buy twice an many in the samo lowed with hogs, which at uing, this process as long as length of time. Tho organization present prices go far toward the corn will justify to feed out Madison, ai.d If canisbe directed withit thus done the meeting the expense of the in a green stage, which in my growors will never realizo tho benefit of corn bill. Beginning, say judgment is the cheapest feed tho hih prices obtained by standing Many growors will nouer beMarch 1, tne grain feed and produces the best results together. but it will bo icvealcd to them lieve this should be increased, since the at the lowest coat that can be when it is too lale.S cattle have become thorough- fed to cattle. Going from Xeyeu since tho 15ocr War havo mufcs ly seasoned to corn, the green corn to ear corn, to- boon an scarce as they are at tho present weather becoming more mild gether with" the grasse.s nec- time m this country. .said. J. P. Hudson, Louisville, last and gentle the cattle will essary and some dry .feed, a stock denies of arrived in tho citynfqht. Mr. Hudson just a,f tor make much better gains. hay preferable, and if not fed a trip over tho country seeking tho ani "The judicious feeder will hay, some other dry sub- mals, no can assign no cause for so arrange his feeding opera stance. Slip shucked corn "trtula famine," which ho claims is constantly more marked. tions as to feed to the first or should be used and fed,, in Fnjnkfort Journal middle of May, at least, and troughs, which is a great sav- --w,,. ... llrtkllutch coony, which is said to be hoKiing ii ieeumg is tnen to cease, ing at this season of the year iioitac .i tcra thitt will bring Iheir telephone 20 Second Street oi. rwEN.. i take tbe grain ra aon from the and insures a clean feed, pro . Not only from an artistic standpoint, but also from the utility side of the question. No matter what style of finish you desire, or what space you wish to fill, there's a case for every place. Macey Sectional Bookcases non-bindin- cattle gradually, so as not to tected from the hogs, that throw thenr-- rom a solid, sub- follow the cattle, which are stantial ration to green and accessary limited in numbers washy grass, which obvious as compared with spring ly must be costly to the feed feeding, as iii is a well known er and detrimental to the cat- fact that green or immatured . tie.. But if the feeder's cir corn does not give near the cumstances .and corn crib will same results after being fed permit ten to fifteen bushel oi to cattle as" the mature corn corn per head to the steer does for the use of the hogs feed until July,' when the cat following cattle. "The greatest obstacle this tie should be soldi can I e value class of feeders encounter is made to nav double in the amount of corn previous the competition from Western ly fed in the same length of as well as native grass cattle time, in two ways, first, in as it is a well established fact the cram made on the cattle that late cattle, as a rule,meet and hogs, and second, in turn- with low prices, which was ing off corn cattle in place ol especially' the case in the sea srrass cattle. It is a fact well son just closing, while the known and one that will nol price during the fall of 1909, admit of an argument that any were good, even up to Januwell posted buyer, either in ary, 1910. But upon the whole the country or in the city taking a series of say five markets, in making purchases years, this class of feeders f THE QUIVERING EARTH. ..... - Luman & niggles t four-load- s . d. t-- Our Glebe Frequently Trembles Like a Mass of Jelly. Among tin astonishing discoveries that have recently been mado by means of the- delicate Instruments cot trived primarily for tho lnvesUgatlon of eartbquales none Is more surpris ing than that of the existence of'rast quiverings o:! tho earth's crust which affect tens of thousands of square miles of surface and sometimes con tinue for weeks on end. These strange Now pulsations, which are called "mlcro-selsmsMillinery aro. due. Incredible though It mar seem, to nothing else than the varying prcsnure of tbe air! Who could have believed that the with A seemingly solid globe could be thus shaken by tie soft trend of the lnvls Ible powers of the atmosphere? line in But the mystery Is deepened by tho with line. to fact, which stands out clearly from tho Investigation!! of Dr. Otto Klotz, that the ocean plays a master part In the phenomenon. When an area of low will is until This barometric pressure passes across the United Statcii no mlcroseisms are pro is duced as Ion; as the cyclone remains distinctly over the continent, but when It rushes out upon the surface of the ocean- the needles of the seismographs I will gladly in begln to tremble. These stremgo movements affect blocks of the earth's crust so large that their imrface, as already remarked, covers tens of thousands of square miles. Over tucse immense areas tho solid earth trembles like a Jelly, and the motion. Instead of pass I ing away rapidly, as In an earthquake, continues day after day and week after week. Mlcroseisms are most common in winter, uut wnenevcr a well marked low pressure area In other words, a storm center sweeps up the Atlantic coast from Florida to the gulf of St Lawrence the trem RICHMOND KENTUCKY blings begin. Dr. Klotz has shown that it is not the surface wind that produces these disturbances, but the change of pressure. Yet the winds and the tides. too, have their effects, which can be in winter when you have a Perfecclearly distinguished from the true mlcroseisms. tion Oil Heater. It is a portable This adds another to tho many radiator which can be moved to sources of disturbances which affect any part of a room, or to any room tho stability cf the earth. Every fresh investigation brings new proof that in a house. When you have a the earth Is an astonishingly high strung organism. Its ribs of rock, as rigid as steel In the interior, responding like the strings of a harp to the A SMOKELESS slightest touch. And we, microscopic creatures, dvell upon this globe of stretched and living strings. Garrett AhsohleTy smokeless and odorless P. Serviss in New York American. A Handsome -C Persian Lamb v VJ Given Away by r A I- I Mrs.J.M.Barlow&Co on display at Richmond Cos 5 tore ," each purchase entitles coupon given to a chance on this beautiful coat. Lvery you to be sold at cost, not to quit thing our a new continue business, but sale now on and everything continue sold an effort lose sleep and stop eating my customers. Dnng me your to please Hides, Furs, Taliow, and Wool pay the highest prices Ring phone 363 M. WIDES Yon Ceil Work Near a Window V j 1 uf fll flfj Selling a Book. At the last dinner of the American Booksellers' association one of the souvenirs was a paperweight which contained this rubricated text: "To write a book is an easy task: it requires only pon and ink and some patient paper. To print a book is slightly morn difficult, because genius often expresses itseir in illegible manuscript, o read a book is still more dllflcult. as one must struggle against sleep. But tho most difficult task that any one may attempt is to sell a book." The Harpers presented tho paperweights, but tho sentiment belongs to one of the most prolific modern writers, Felix Dalui. a tnau who, moreover, never sold a book iu his life. He is a German novelist, historian, jurist and playwright and has written half a hundred works of all sorts. Argonaut. Death Dealer. The recently invented Bcnet-Mcr-'lgun combines the rapidity of fire, range and effectiveness of a machine gun with the lightness and ease of action of a magazine rifle. The gun Is tired from a rest and Is held against the shoulder of its operator, who can either fire from u sitting position or lying prone. The regulation cartridge Is used in clips that hold fifty. A good rifleman can discharge from 300 to COO shots per minute if assisted in feeding by a man to fill the clips. Tho gun is at present undergoing n scries of tests by army officers with a view to its adoption by the government. Popular Mechanics. A New you do not have to work close to the stove, which is usually far from the window. You can work where you wish, and be warm. You can work on dull winter days in the full light near the window, without being chilled to the bone. The Perfection Oil Heater quickly rives heat, and with one Ellin? of the font burns steadily for nine hours, without smoke or smell. An indicator always shows the amount of oil in the font. The filler-caput in like a cork in a bottle, is attached by a chain. This heater has a cool handle and a damper top. The Perfection Oil Heater has an automatic-lockin- g flame spreader, which prevents the wick from being turned high enough to smoke, and is easy to remove and drop back, so the wick can be quickly cleaned. The burner body or gallery cannot become wedged and can be unscrewed in an instant for rewicking. The Perfection Oil Heater is finished in japan or nickel, is strong, durable, built for service, and yet" light and ornamental. p, well-mad- e, Ctalers Evtrywhert. If net ct yiurs. im!t f:r descrbti la the r.earest cgtney of thi (Incorporated) circular Standard Oil Company HHV -- mis For the Motoristsi We are offer a special Auto Glove at from Hat! Horses arid the British Army". The British army on mobilization will require 132,000 horses, and no one has the slightest idea where they can bo found, eiood authorities tell us that this number of animals of tho military age docs not exist in the country. "With tho growth of mechanical transport the necessity of taking steps to secure a supply of horses in war grows more and more urgent. We can not, unfoitunately, mount our cavalry on taxienbs. We still breed the best horses in tho world, but they are bought up for the use of foreign whilo tho British war office is counting Its ptjnce. Loudon MaiL ar-iu- 75c to $3 See it and you will buy Have you seen the One Finger Mitts latest thing in Auto gloves. Remember that we do any thing that is needed for a disabled automobile and we do in the right way Shelburne Tobacco Warehouse Co LOOSE LEAF TOBACCO Makin3 Himself Useful. Persia's foraier shah appears tn bt supporting his exile more philosophl cally than Abdul Uamid. According to the Cri de Paris, he has learned Itus-sla- n and reads Tolstoy. Dostoievsky and Gorki in --.he original. He attends some of the htctures at the University of Odessa and has paid his cutrance fees to the school of medicine. This branch of study appeals to htm most strongly, and he hopes in duo course to take n medical degree and even to practice ns a doctor should his sub jects not recall him to the throne. lichmonc Motor Watch Repairing is a specialty to 'vhich wo givo special attention. No matter Iiow much or how Iittlo tho watch is dofecttvo or damaged wo tako particular pride in doing tho work so tho timopioco will be as pood as or bettor than it when now. Wo do jewelry ropairinj: and remodoling In tho same way. 4 Plumbing Co, Incorporated Cli-m- Contracting the World. The world i.i growing too small. One can go to Peking In a fortnight: an aeroplane service is to bo run from .Vlglers to Timbuktu, and a wireless station Is being installed on Crusoe's island. Farewell to mystery! Paris Eclair. L. & N. Tim; Table No. 31. Mid-nigh- Douglas, Simmons & Deatherage .T.- South Bound. Cincinnati to Atlanta. Arrives and Departs 12:03 n. m. t. .So. 71. Ilichmond to Stanford. De MAIN STKKET parts C:i0 a. m. RICHMOND. KENTUCKY No. 1. Versailles to Bcnttvvilla .Tunct. Arrives 0:30 a. m. Departs 9:53 Xo. 37. Cincinnati to Knoxvillc. Arrives 11.02 a. m. Departs 11:31a. m No. 33. Cincinnati to Jacksonville. Arrives and Departs 11:20 a. m. Xo. 27. Richmond to Louisvillo via Kowland. Departs 1:05 p. m. (For nervous, tired women, we recommend Car-Xo. 3. Versailles to Beattyvillo Junct dui. Cardui is a woman's medicine. acts specifi Arrives 1:50 p. m. Departs 2:00 p.m cally on the female organs and has a tonic, bunding Xo. 9, Cjncfnnali.& Maysvillo to Staneffect on the whole system. contains no harmful ford. Arrives 7:21 p. m. Departs ingredients, being a pure vegetable extract. you 7:25 p. ra. suiter irom some form ot female trouble, get Cardui Xorth Bound at uuuo auu give a Xo. 31. Atlanta to Cincinnati. Arrives trial. and Doraris 4:1(5 a. m. Xo. 10. Stanford to Cincinnati and Maysvillo. Arrives 0:20 a. m. Departs 0:25 a. m. Xo. 2. Beattyvillo Junct. to Versailles. ArrivcsH:23 a. m. Departs 8:20 a-Xo. 2S. . LouIevHIo to Richmond via Rowland. Arrives 12:20 p. m. Xo. 33. Kno'tvillc to Cincinnati. Arrives 1:50 p. m. Departs 2:00 p, m. Xo. 70. Stanford to Richmond. Arrives Mrs. "W. "W. Gardner, of Paducah, Xy., tried Cardui and writes : 3:00 p. ti. "I think Cardui is just grand. have been usii-- c it for eleven years. Xo. 4. Bcatt'illo Junqt. to Versailles. am 48 yenra old and feel like a diffeiynt woman, since x nave been Arrivcs'3:45p. m. Departs 3:48 p.m taking it. 1 used to Suffer from Lea cms down ains. nervousness o, t!2. Jack jonvillo toj Cincinnati. Ar-- and sleeplessness, but now the pains firp all gone and I sleep good. rives anil Departs i5:1C p. m. 1 mgmj rtcommend cardui for young and old." Try it. Xo's 31, 37, ,33, 27, 34 2S, 33. 32 are MIy trains. No's71, , 3. 9,10, 2 70, Test us with some piece you cannot now use F. J. YEAGER fervous Women It It If it iair CARD U I Will Help You I I it 'I Our If Santa Claws Brings this year he will be wise to select it from our splendid collection of pieces and suites especially appropriate for holiday gifts. Furniture You Want ig Unloading Goes On No let up in Price Cutting and Value Giving money on Sale n Come and Pick Out the Furniture for it is certainly here. Then you can tell Santa Claus to come and do his part. We will reserve any furniture chosen now till wanted Come let us save you BENHETTandHIGGIHS UNDERTAKING Dr. M. Dunn Specialist la Diseases of EYE. EAR, NOSE and THROAT C Suits Overcoats, and Raincoats, Bootees, Shoes, Extra Pants, Hats, Shirts, Underwear, Gloves, Etc Smoke Cuban Club, JOc Cuban Star, 5c For Bldg. Two furnished front rooms for rent. Riohmond, Ky Apply 319 Third street. Phone 009. 4t. Rent A Beauty. niggin's now show window It adds wonderfullv to thn I ? vcu a discount of ton per cent for looks ef this building and will bo a great it. aispiay window for the goods of this I.- Ladies Aid Society of the Baptist firm. -- Vw . rr.es. is the lime to purchase your Luiaan fc Covington & Thorpe will is a bisauty. c- - - c c -- ch ask those not having received t to whom thoy arelue, to call '".e Electric light ofiicc and get same. Two In. Deputy "Billy" Mays brought in two negroes last week from Nicholnsvill charged with violating tho revenuo laws. They are Perry Jenkins and Dan Smith. Commissioner Bennett held them to tho Fedcrul grand jury. Extra Special Reduction On Suits in both Knee Pants and Long Pants Styles You'll find a One Price Store a safe place to trade Cash to One and All BOYS' For 5ale. XT good milch cows, fresh in Fobru- J one good wagon. two-hor- Ct Lyman Parrish. Last Day. Nc: Friday is the last day for filing frr the February term of the court. A. pathetic condi-- t cf airairs exists, as tho docket s" vs 14 divorce suits filed since tho f .s Mad-c.rcu- Read It ii In tills issue of tho Climax Tho Bur- natn Insurance Agency makes its announcement for the new year. Tho naw ollices of this firm aro in tho Doug las & Simmons building and it is looking forward to a most prosperous year. C jrr term. One of these is from New Firm. .rr.ond, the others from the county, Mrs. Alfred Douirlas has purchased the r f:z.:ig from Korea, The criminal interest of Mrs. Ella Farley in tho mil- .c is unusually light. linory firm of Farley & March. The Notice to Creditors. now firm will move to tho Gibson building now in the course of construction on f;hr;ia McKinny admtrix of A D 1'cKinny Plaintiff 31am street opposite the Glyndon hotel. Ii.- - ' ES J V Logan Former Madison County Boy Gets a Big Slice of Money From Carnegie. anks Ballew-Tribbl- e. pass-intern- al McKinny & etc Defendant A persons having claims against the t'.? cf A. D. McKinny are hereby r to file same with the under-t- . . .cJ on or before February 21st, 1911. I5- verified or same will be barred. O ender my hands this January 21. Elder's Display. E. V. Elder, is making preparations for a big display of merchant tailoiing on nest Monday and Tuesday, January, 30th, and 31. He is sole agent for tl celebrated Griffon clothes. ,Rcad his ad in this issue. u o n In Judge Shackelford's week Bandy Powell and his wife, who reside at the corner of Bco and Water I i":c Police Court yesterday morning streets were before this tribunal on tho SCO Urce leaf assessed a fine of l serious charge of neglecting their chilto c- -? case and 4100 and 40 days in jail dren and suffering a filthy home for tho to r.r!:er against Garfield Tevis, of little ones. c:.:r charged with selling liquor Hot Several other warrants have Detective Lccn tsiued for offenders. Editor Gwynnc, of "The Sentinel" &.zzs, of Danville, has been assisting the negro editor, has just closed a cont3 zzzi officers and has quietly worked tract fcr tho issuing of his paper thru up several cases against unlawful the Climax job printing department. It d:;le-- i in Richmond. is one of the leading negro papers of tho state and during the year 1011 it will be Notice of Dissolution of Cor- red hot, says the editor. II. C. Rice, M. C. 51. C. C. Feartul. Many people shrink from publicity at a time when it will bring them rich re court last wards, and Rov. J. V. Logan, formerly of this city, now of Middlesboro, is one of the few to reap a roward, chiofly thru the publicity given his display of heroism. In July of last year Rev. Logan, who was at that time pastor of tho Presbyterian church at Somerset, was on a camping party and by his quick action, a young man was saved from drowing in Pittman Creek. The Somerset Times used it as a leading news item and tho correspondent at that placo sent it to the daily paper, much against tho will of Rev. Logan, who fought against the publicity of his heroism. Thru the newspapers "Undo Andy" Carnegie got hold of it and shortly afterwards had his agents to make investigations at Somerset, with tho result that the popular minister has just received notice that for his bravery the Carnegie Hero Fund Commission has awarded him a medal and $2,000 to be used as needed for tho education of his children. Rev. Mr. Logan is a son of the late Dr. J. V. Logan; formerly of this city, whero for many years ho was a. member of the faculty of Central University. Mrs. J. V. Logan was Miss Jessie Taylor, of this city, a sister of Dr. T. J. Taylor. Ho was pastor of the Somcrsot church for two years, but last September accepted a call to the Middlesboro church. Heavy Fine. l-- 5heet poration. Xcf.ri' :s hereby given that the Rich-- J Laundry (incorporated) has n:iD j e:ced of assignment to the under-li-nr- .) ::r.J ;t.x by coiisonl in writing cf i tffr.fr 1 a majority of its shares cf s:zz. agreed to close its business and w.-- J u; .ts affairs and the undersnrneu has been duly appointed Liquidating Apc.-.- t All debts and doinands against srid corporation must be presented j tr.p . nyo ' ii r sstme will be tr--- ; East Again. President Frost of Bcrea College is in the East for an extended visit. The noted educator is always working untir ingly for tho success of tho college and and will undoubtedly bring back several thousand dollars in gifts from cast era philanthropists. The majority of tho merchants of this city aro elated over the business outlook for the year, chiefly because January is showing up with such a big rush. Fsh Trial. Especially so is this of tho wholesale Nisi .(. n. h .Monsviio Judge merchants, who claim this January will pronmes to be run far ahead of December and better r. ui,. i ca? i Ibe mui. ..triad trims in the his-tr- r than any other January in tho history of i'.-- . !rove. Fih for the their business. of t e Samuol k: ot n Ulher BIRTHS 1Vt".::i, at Heron liitt s.prinj: Tho do fnd.-ir.- t was granted a change of venue Registrar Joe Schaufhausen. of this ta the Jessamine court and Judge Bcn-t;- n district, announces the following births announced a speoial term, which the past week: Mr. and Mrs. Hiram w.l begin next Monday. Over a hun- Dickcrson on tho 11th, a boy: Mr. and dred witnesses havo been summoned Mrs. John Hamblin, on the 13th, a girl; ar.d both sides will have the services of Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Chambers, on tho tbe beat legal talent in the state. 20th, a girl; Mr. and Mrs. II. S. Stott on the 13tt a girl; Mr. and Mrs. J. M. FowNotice ler on the 17th, a 12 Dound boy. I will stand my Silver Crook Red Boar hog, at my home on BL; Hill avonuo at Case Affirmed. 31.00. Money due when service is ren The Court of Appeals affirmed tho dered. I have for sale some nice shoats lower court in tho case of Bronston's large enough for service. Adm vs Bronston's heirs, appealed W. B. Turley ' Big Ilill Ave. from the Madison circuit court. Tho suit grow out of dispute over a boundary lino and involved only about four and a half acres of ground, formerly tho prop erty of the late Thos. Bronston. Smith & Smith were attorneys for appellees. - t? Good Business t He's Responsible. Somo months ago Gov. A. E. Willson issued a pardon to Dick Benlly, who was serving a life sentence in tho penitentiary under the habitual, criminal act. Last week ho was captured at Lawrenceburg, charged with attempting to assault a lady. It was necessary to spirit him to Louisvillo to prevent a mob from lynching him. This probably helped rilo the people at Shelby-villean- d the lynching thcro followod. Governor TVillson should not turn these habitual criminals upon tho people Danville Advocate. c o Ready for Work. Clarenco E. "Woods, who was recently appointed inspector of Weights and Measures for Madison coun ty by the Fiscal court, has gone to Louisvillo to purchase an outfit. It will cost not more than 8150. lie will begin his new duties on the first of February and every set of scales and measures will bo inspected carefully. In Louis ville last week a warrant was procured for a prominent firm charging immenso shortage in weights. Mr.Woods will have a long conference with tho Inspector of Weisrhts and Measures for tho Falls City, with a view te a complete know-lodg- e of tho fine points of the position. Big Time. Next month promises to be a gala one for tho members of the congregation of tho Richmond Colored Baptist church. The District Association is to meet hero and several hundred brethern are ex pected, including ministers, laymen and mcmbcis. Rov. Broaddus, of tho local church .is making preparations to have one of th'3 most elaborate programs for the week sessions over presented at a district meeting. A L WiLLOUGHBY & SON Lecture Course. Bids For Pike Work. Notico is hereby given that W. R. Announces as its next number, in the Normal Chapel on Monday, January U0, Shackelfotd. County Judge, as directed at 8 p. n., an evening of varied enter- by the Fiscal Court, will receive at tainment, with the Evelyn Bargelt Con his offlco up to and Including February cert Co. Miss Bargelt appears In the mil nt S n. m.. sealed written proposals double tole of reader and cartoonist, in both of which her renown furnishes ample guarantee of the quality of her work. Assisting her are Leon O. Batch-olde- r, Francois Jores, pian ist; and Percy A. Fuilenwider, violinist; all artitU of note in their respective fields. Iho price of season tickets has been reucejl to $1.25 for the reaaiader of tbe Iseason, comprising four enter- Uinmeijtt. This k the last reduction that will be m4. Single admission to each ot these, win bt- - not lew tb&a 50 ot flute-player, 184 Coal, Hay, Corn, Oats, Straw i and Sbiogles AsPmfJLYSXUK. Ht UM JjCrMi BNWIi or napped stone, slate and cravel of ap- nroved Quality and sizo to be spread upon tho various sections of turnpikes in Madison county, with sufficient ain to hold saiae in place, for the ye&r 1911 Bids to beiasado by the rod spread on pike ut times and places to.be designated by Road Supervisor. Amount not to exceed impropriation hereafter to be made. Also dUching by the rod. Coetraets to be made with sueeessful Con hiAitottG "With RDDrdved security tracts tot let to lowest sad., beet bttliars. TM! Court reserves tbe right te Meot snyjod all bias. r ' - Henry Rader, of Estill county, whom Surrounded by thoir children and ' the officers claim has been eluding their grandchildren, crowned with the honors careful vigil for many months, was cap- - of a long and Useful lifo and enjoying lured Wednesday by Marshal Billy Mays tho still youthful vigor of their seventy brought here from Irvine and lodged in i something years. Elder and Mrs. Andrew Jail. He is charged with violating the I Jefferson Tribblo on last Saturday All Much revenuo laws. Tho ofllcers have ' cd tho Golden milestone ot their mar-bee- n Mr. Green Clay, ono of Madison coun looking for Rader for somo time ricd life. It was a day of much happi- to You ty's prominent young farmers, who has ness and rejoicing, although ono of the studied the tobacco situation carefully, and Mays slipped up on him while tho , most inclement of the season, for the is of tho opinion that tho cut out is not sly fox was squirrel hunting. . largo number of guests and the wide J tho thing for tho growers to do. Mr. Cliiy OOOrC. j family connection that camo from far has some f.lrong points in defonso of hi ' Manager F'loyd. of tho local exchange a,,a nenr 10 ostond thcr weH wishos stand on the question and the following congratulations lor many is given out by him in an interview with of tho Telephono Company, is sending ;an" uearl a ol "appmess ior Jir. ami out new books to all subscribers, and u,oro a representative of tho Climax: urme If we aro to settlo by vote, or signed the new directory shows an increase of jirs. xriouiu. iuo met mai ino nearly ono hundred names. No increase and f'room ot 1!f,y 3 ears, as well as pledges whether or not Burley District culm presviu, Joe Galey 12 1-- 17, 16 3-- 20. This crop averaged $15.82. farmers will grow tobacco in 1911 lot us nor decrease in tho operatin: nf lUc evcry cuuu anu switchboard, just the samo sweet bevy were in gala spirits and perfect health, be fair and square about it. The (irtt 7 1-14 3-15 8, 7 4 most notable Mart Bogie 11 1-- 4, 13 question t'nat will arise in tho mind of of girls, whoso ofUcient service is par alcno made the occasion a Everything scorned to bo just of tho doubter and there will bo plenty right to add all the more harmony of them will be, has a majority signi wonderfully. to tho celebration. The anniversary fied its dciro to 'cut out' this year's dato of the wedding was the 22ud, but LUCky Tor Adams. crop? Mr. Curt Adams the physical culture on account of falling on Sunday in this "Lot tho people know just how many aSU .u landowners or crontrollcrs there aro in expert, had the misfortune to loso ajJc,"" "us Incorporated nurso from his nockot last Fridav con- - coieurato mc occasion on oaiuruay mo each county. -- Isl" January 22nd. 1SU1 at the about 840. Fortunately "Let them know Richmond, Ky havo been bonafinc how many of theso tainim: nn hv Mr. TlinrlM Million it was "niu Ot 1110 OrWO in tills COUni.V, about A. L. .mil in growers of tobacco. ninknd noiaoio weu- "Let them know just what proportion a short time delivered to the owner. At slx ra,los lrom 1,18 took PIacc. i'0UDo couple being fide growers in tho past first Mr. Culton passed over it. thinkin" i of these bona Police Court. it n piece of waste paper but somo ani- - MUs Minerva Martha Ballew and Mr. Good Plan. have signed theso 'cut out' pledges. tho signers of mating power from within bade himlndro,T Jefferson Tribblo. In those 'Lot them know if all Judge Grecnleaf handed down a fiuoof President Froman, of tho Kentucky lhero were 110 honeymoons, whero his steps and ho did so. Mr. branch of tho American Society of 150 to John Henry Dunn, of color, for tho pledges are landowners or con- retraco what proportion, if any, Adams card was in the small leather tho bride and groom visited tho great Equity, has a plan to unite tho "No shooting at Novillo Peyton, of tho same trollers, and places of interest in this country, for wallet. croppers" and those who aro on the hue, and nssessed Peyton $10 for engag- aro merely former tenants. the railroads were scarce. Tho bride ot signers Deduct the total numbur other side, which ho claims will un- ing in tho dilllcully. Tito trial was MonSurgeon Out generally rode horseback along side of doubtedly meet tho approval of all and day and Peyton went to jail in default among tho bona fido land ownersior con Tho January number of the Railway tho groom for a honeymoon of a few bona-lidgrowthus control the situation, "ily propo of tho cash or a replevin bond while trollers, who havo been Surgeon is just off tho press ot tho Cli days spent among relatives in tho im crs of tobacco, from tho total number of sition," said he, is for tho Burley To Dunn paid out. past growers in each county and we will max job printing department and it is a mediate section. The wedding day of bacco Union to go ahead with its cut-oServices Close. know if a majority is in favor of a 'cut handsome edition. Dr. C. II. Vaught, this aged couplo was tho beginning ot a plan and pledge what growers it ican to f, tho secured for this life whicn has boon filled with happi out.' Let's bo open and abovo-boar- d that policy. Of courso, there are many, Tho special services at the Presby- number many valuable papers from the ness and little sorrow. 1-- or hity years as I see from tho roports from some torian church came to a closo Sunday tbout it and thcro will bo no troublo or leading surgeons of tho United States they havo trod the paths, met the vicis p and they will no doubt bo tho means of cause to complain." counties, who do not approvo of tho on topics of vital interest to the pro- situdes of lifo with that courago of con They want to and will stirring up a new spirit of rovivemcnt movement. fession, besides his own contributions to viction that made "two souls with but Woods Again. Dr. Ncsbitt, raise tobacco. Theso growers must bo along religious lines. Clarenco Woods, whose tho editorial columns, which generally a single thought, two hearts that bent protected and my plan is. if thoy insist whose strong sermons against the evils timely advice on just how to handlo the feature tho editions. As it is the only ai one." on raising tobacco, to pool thoir 1011 of the world, with his appeals for a publication of its character in tho south Ofliciatins at tho wedding of this crop and agrco to cut out tho crop in cleaner life, woro listened to by so many saloon and gambling question, has been and west, it is growing rapidly. young couple fifty years ago, was Rev- followed willi better results than per 1012. Thus you sco this courso will Richmond people, was taken suddenly Edmund Burnam, who was then a yotini; High Moguls Here. diminish the average, raise tho prico of ill last Mondav and was forcrd to lemo haps most any other one person in tho minister, full ot great promise. Ho is tho tobacco on hand and benetit tho the pulpit for his homo in X ishville country, is quoted in the Loxington Within tho next few days, probably Fortunatoly Dr. Scanlon was aUo ta sc- - Leader of last Friday in a very sttong next week, a delegation ot high moguls still hale and hearty, and although now growers all round." curo tho services of Dr. McAlUtcr, card to the officers and newspapers of of the Pennsylvania railroad arc coming living several hundred miles away, be present at this celebraBig Mass Meeting. an eloquent minister from Louisvillo. tho Fnyettu capital. It says in part to Richmond and will bo met here by hastened to "The importance of eradicating gam Mr. Hale Dean, of the Ohio Valley Tie tion Saturday, and to recall the happy "Wanted A Slan" is tho subject of who arrived Wednesday and took ( harge bling from Lexington is doubly great. Company, who will accompany them to event that took place at the Ballew an address to do ueiivercu Dy c. xi. of the services to tho closo. Dr. years ago. He has labored on account of tho temptation afforded proved his ability to hold the at lrvino. Tho party representing the big homo lifty ltaynor, Asst. Sec'y of Y. M. C. A., tention of the listeners just whero the to tho university students and I know road, will then bo shown how the tics in tho ministry of tho bospel all these Lexington, at tho Second Chriswhereof I speak! Sons of poor parents aro taken from tho rich Kentucky for years and his good works among men tian church, Sunday, January 29 at 2:30 Nashville man had left olf and his ser- are entrusted to your city, often to be ests cut into proper lengths, hewn and stand out as a shining light to those mons were greatly enjoyed. Miss liaro'clock. The mcotine will bo held under ruined in jour saloons, gambling hells prepared for the market. Mr. Dean will who would emulate his splendid characRichtho auspices of the Loyal Men's Class beson's singing has so captivated and brothels with "an organized and show them over his yards at Beattyville ter. Likewiso this grand old couple, of the Second Christian church, and is mond audicnco.'i that sbo was secured whoso lives have been spent in helping paid constabulary" well awaro of thess of vital interest to every man in lltch- - for tho Methodist rovival, which began rotten conditions that havo culminated and lrvino. Thoy havo never witnessed those who needed help and administerSunday. tho getting out of ties. Mr. Dean has mond. There will bo good music, good sought their aid. in Lexington being rated first amon, just completed a shipment to the ing unto those who fellowship and a stirring message direct of Gets the Biggest. American cities in certain forms Pennsylvania and New York Central Mrs. Sallie Raybuni, of this city, was to men, and every man from 10 years A special from Loxington says: "Pros crime. nuptials, cordially invited to lines of 10,000 ties purchased in Lee, present at tho Ballew-Tribbl- o old and upward is Think of it citizens! Your city first Clay. Laurel, Estill iand Jackson for in '01 and. she is the only surviylng atToNo admission fee will be ident Clarenco LoBus of tho Burloy attend. in crime! Councilman Owsloy, Judge which ho paid an averago of SO cents li tendant besides Rev. Burnam. It was a charged, but an offering will be taken to bacco Society, and his tenant on is farm, tho old Cant. John JJ. Carter Parker. Cobnel Allon, tho Leader and per tio. Thus it can be scon what an happy occasion for theso four to bo todefray tho expenses of tho meeting. looking to you to do your America property at Foawick. Faycttis county, Herald, hen's immenso amount of money this com- gether and recall tho event. About one Song by tho Audience.!'. Mr. Crittendon Pepper, sold 'thoir to- wholo duty. 'Ihrico armed is he who pany has paid to tho pooplo of these ...Rev. Crutchfiold Devotion hisquarrol just:' Clean them out. counties tho past year. Tho Peerless Quartette bacco crop of 1910 yesterday on tho loose hath Song leaf market in Loxington, ono basket of Send them to Richmond and our model Mr. Curtis Adams Solo Farm Transfers. will tako care of them" Rev. Barnes DS0 pounds bringing tho record prico of Chief Allman Oponing Address Yours respectfully, The following transfers of land have 40 cents a "pound. Tho cntlro crop of Uev. Dr. E. II. Kaynor Address Clarence E. Woods, been made the past week: J. C. Old.Tho Peerless Quartette C,12j pounds avt wgod 820.05 a hundred. Song ham to G. W. Todd, 100 acres near Tho American Tobacco Company was Dr. J. G. Crabue Accompanist... Brassflold for S 1,750; Collins Coy toT. S. the purchaser of most of the crop. Call on Covington &. Thorpe for groAdjourn It was ono of tho best crops over of- ceries. Yoi( will savo 10 cents on every Hagan 185 acres on Lancaster pike for 310,SG0; Ichabob Moberley to T. G. The Ladles Aid Society of the Baptist forcd on tho Lexington market. Mr. dollar. It 61 acres near Brasstield $S00: churoh ask those not having received Pepper, who raised it, is ono of the best By Dr. Marshall. W. N. Forbes to N. A. Bailey, 41 acres calendars to whom thoy aro due, to. call and most expert handlers of tobacco in at the Electric light office and get same the State and the care given it, of The January membor of '"The Book near Valloy View $3,000; Berea Real course, had a groat deal to do with its norald" Published at Boston, contains Estate Co., to Anita Porter, 11 acres same. the first of a sorios ot articles ,on "The 31,000; samo to Nannie Todd, US acres prico. Tough Luck. physical Meaning of Truth" $1,000; George Todd to W. A. Todd, 51 This was Mr. LeBus' first sale on the Psycho-Met- a tough loose leaf market, though he was chiefly by Dr. Marshall, pastor ot ttie- - Klch acres near Berea for $2,000; Mscolm Supt. John Noland is suro in Olds to Enis Lantor, 39 acres near luck. While eating oysters a few days responsible for the putting up for salo mond Baptist church. The deep ttpuglit something very of the pooled crcp of tho Burley Tobacco involved in this subject is one ot which Doylesvillo for $900: Enis Lanier to T. O. ago his tooth struck the brainiest philosophers of the last Parker, 12 awes near Doylesvllle foe bard and a hurried examination found Society at the looal warehoused The price pa!".d, so far as could be decade, hae written about. To the $100; Dannie P. Embry to Noe Hena pearl, which had been robbed of its too much dricks, 231 acres near Silver Creek) (Joe value by the heat in preparing the oys- iarned yesterday was the highest that average reader, it is a little ever figured in all actual transaction on for comprehijnfciw, until read ovor and Embry farm) tor'Vm.M: II. J Ftewlwr ters. It was almost a perfect specimen J. sear Valley View D. Ray, 1 led with oarefulreas jainr. and if discovered beforehthe oysters had the Lexington ir.arket. 'One crop &t a over and stu! Griggs, Vf r few "hundred pocwU was sold ast year In his writings and expressions on this $$; W. D. Duriwm to have beeaoooked it would, MM; Ttiswas M aeres near Uk fctotster baset (! UmostrClton;! for sow e subject-thu.iuliu1 Uttv itnltor. Mr. Valued at 42 cent. Vtl ad tbe orop rlch.iood for thought for tho lowfra ef Barnes hiirs to fo showing it.to hie friuaAs in refetfcjg rUseo, was not - mesial phiVaopiiy: s Ktwmmm mom. i(s bm pW l f tab .stsiertaiM, tba k tsprortt) I I I II II ii I Have You Sold Green Clay Comes Out With a New View Of The "Cut Out" Question. Rader Caught. YOUR TOBACCO? Stronger Grades Prices on We are Ready 5erve j Open Day and Night BEST LIGHT 2, le r BEST SERVICE Here are some of our recent sales: 4, 1-- 2, 1-- 1, 2, 1-- i Madison lobacco Warehouse Co. & Depot j , hundred and twenty-fiv- e guests responded to the invitation, and many were kopt away on account of the wretched weather. Ih the receiving line were Mr. and Mrs. Tribble, Mrs. Ray burn, their daughter, Mrs. Chas. Cloy, and Mr. Clay with their two children, and Mr. T. J. Tribble and Mr. Arch Francis. It teok a large table to aecommodate the gifts in gold, and other handsome remember-ance- s that were showered upon Mr. and Mrs. Tribble. They were many awl costly and came mostly frem these who had known them for many years. An elegant spread was served, this part uf tho occasion being looked after by Mrs. James Deatherage, Mrs. W. B. Craven. Misses Maud Daily and Margaret Phelps assisted by Misses Bessie Turley, Cary Rice and Dorcas Francis. Everything was done by friends and relatives to make this one of the most enjoyable occasions in the lives of Mr. and Mrs. TribbK Mrs. Tribble is a daughter of the late George Ballew, of this county. a family with wido connection in tbe state, as well as her good husband who comes of sturdy pioneer stock. Threw children blessed this union, two of whom'are now living, Mrs. Charles Way of College Hill, and Mr. Thomas Tribble of this county. . i DEATHS. Ki-h- o ut editor-in-chie- no-cro- The Kansas City Star says: "Daniel K. th Bogie. 0o years old. 202U East street, died at 7 o'clock last night, after an illness of severalycars. He was bora in Madison county, in 131a. and moved to Clay county in IStiS. He had lived in Kansas City since 1901. He is survived by a widow and three children. Tho funeral will be tomorrow at the home. Burial will be in Elm wood cemetery." Mr. Bogto will be remembered by some of the older residents of the Kirks-vil- lc section. The funeral services over the remains of Mrs. Elki Parks, took place last Saturday morning at 10 o'clock at Red House conducted by Dr. Marshall. Deceased was a devout member of tho Baptist church and widely known. Burial followed in the family graveyard. Deceased is survived by a husband. 1 Going Down. Produce is on the decline, and the local commission houses are at a standstill. Eggs at 20 cts. is tho market, a falling off of ten cts. from this last year. Chickens, butter and all other country produco is correspondingly low. Golt Bros, shipped two car loads the past two weeks, which were purchased at high figures and I hey will lose quite a sum on eggs alone. The tides market is exceedingly dull, on account of the eastern tanneries shutting down and ginseng that sold for $0 per pound last year, is now bringing $1. The scrap iron market is clear off, worst in years. I 1 - If Your Child Is Sick Be sure that you give it! relief, and be sure tkafc the remedy you offer is fwr'e and harmless-- IVe recommend our cough syruf Children like it, it is easy to tike and pleasant. Aad what is still more important, H relieves the child's system of tbe accuMMktioas wkiokmke colds aud coughs possible told and eough microbes .hn-p- lr 'rtut't stay arousct alter jtt-sta- nt - Mob-erle- y, t-- jKieti it tl a StafrnmAmm Pi ms rtmcay few at MAIN t t 11 11 li I EARANCI rises MS $3.50 Hats now 3.00 Hats now Ladles9 ES Shoes $5.00 patent shoes now : 4.00 shoes now : 3.50 shoes now : : 3.00 shoes now : 2.50 shoes now : : 2.00 shoes now .50 kid shoes now 1 : : : : $3.79 3.29 2.79 2.49 .98 .79 .24 1 2.50 Hats now 2.00 Hats now 1.00 Hats now M. & K. Shoes, : : 1 Crossett Shoes and Barry Shoes for Men Patrician and KrippendorfDittman Shoes for Ladies : 1 All All New Goods 'P. atui Shoes $5.00 Shoes now $3.75 4.00 Shoes now 3.50 Shoes now 3.00 Shoes now 3.50 Shoes now 2.00 Shoes now J. 50 Shoes now 3.29 2.89 2.49 2.09 1.79 Mens9 Boots $7.50 G.50 Water-proo- S $4.98 4.49 3.79 3.39 2.49 $1.50 Shirts now 1.00 Shirts now .50 Shirts now $1.19 79 39 f Water-proo- f Water-proo- 5.00 f 4.00 Hartfords now 3.00 Tan rnd Black now Boots now Boots now Boots now .- $2.50 Shoes now - 200 NECKWEAR .50 Nntckwear now .25 Neekw.ear now 39 19 Full Line of Suit Cases and Hand Bags at Liow Prices HOSE 9S 79 J. 24 Caps $3.00 Caps now 1.25 Caps now 3.00 Caps now $2.29 $1.00 .50 .25 .15 .10 Silk Hose now Silk Hose now Hose now Hose now Hose now : 79 39 19 11 Shoes J5 Shoes L50 Shoes J25 Shoes L00 Shoes now now now now now ,9 HI S 08 Wright's Health Underwear Holeproof 5ox not. included in this 5ale nderwear Worth SJ.00. now 50c . W ortH My , now UN E MAIN . l 7 s& HK3S FleeG and Ribfo RICHM OND, KY Is. xf 78 Mi' NHX Underwear Worth 50c, now 39c w. as (K IK i cvc: afa : Wall Paper Stock is complete and I can furnish anything in this line. Also Paint of the highest quality. We guarantee to please the most fastidious people Bam am ::::::: Daily Richmond, Ky W. L. LEEDS Third Street LET THE CLIMAX DO YOUR The Lexington Leader re ports J. W. Winter, the Mi nois corn expert, who judged qhe exhibits at the Kentucky Corn Show, as saying, that he does not doubt than when the iventucKv farmers have raised corn as long as it ha been raised in Illinois, the quality of corn to the acre Kentucky will far exceed the production of Illinois, or any other state. He cave as his Courier-Journ- al reason that the Kentucky soi if properly treated, and with the right kind of seed corn will produce larger yields one-hal- f than the soil of any othei State in the union. lie said If you will brin& or send us vour subscriotion dur ing the month of February, we will send you the however, that the Kentucky farmers have not until recent FEBRUARY Great Soil. Judge Benton Gels Lamest Plea From Rich mond Prisoner to Have His Case Tried. The Governor Offers for Apprehension of Members of Shelby ville Mob. at price Jo Hi inting :GOT: Richmond Climax One Year and the rangements tosecurea larger and better yield to the acre Mr. Winter also said that the iv taicen enousru interest in torn raising, to start abou mainng tne necessary ar Move Will Everything out by February 1st. ave to Sell Goods at Or The Your Price We have a large stock of Splendid Winter Suits, some worth $20.00, many worth $25.00 and $30.00 to move them. Daily Courier Journal Four Months For Only $1.75 Climax One Year and Daily CourierJournal LIGHT MONTHS for - 15 l, Best Coats $7.50 no matter how high they were. A choice line ot Kam Coats, Waists, Sweaters, Corsets, Hosiery, Gloves, Petticoats, Umbrellas. No matter what they sold at, the Any of Tliem Now : s : 10.00 Subscriptions received at this price only during the month of February. The State and National Campaigns are open mg and 3Tou want to keep posted on political events. Read editorials. And Mr. Watterson's letters the Courier-Journa- l from Europe will be interesting. Subscription orders under this offer must NOT be sent to but to the Courier-Journa- o The Climax Printing Company First Street will gladly Move Out Price will surprise you and you will buy. have QUICK. Don t miss this chance buy for now and for the future. "Never Again" will you fc-M PRICL5. We have no choice in the matter. WL HAVL IO 5LLL THL5L GOODS and 5ELL su-c- uaio, lquico ments Irom last season iigiii-wcjg- iu at nearlv A lot of Child's vaciu) auu umtsr garGIVF. AWAY lose sleep and stop to please my customers. in an effort MMf. A ocnnlnf inn w .3 - i - :(III aOSUl.UUUII UUIU Jl Bring me your nual meetin" at Le'jriruWnn 1 1 Kentucky Trotting Horse Richmond. Kv Breeders' Association wil not enter the Grand Circuit ,nd will remain independent eating . . . corn on exhibition is equally as good as most of the corn exhibited at the State corn shows of the great corn pro ducing States. Monday was the Court day in Danville and a very large crowd was in the city. The sales of horses and mules were numerous and al brought fair prices. One two year-olmulebroughb $185.00 The most noticeable feature however, was the great num ber of loads of tobacco, which seemed to be coming from every direction; Case Car rard, Mercer, Lincoln, Boyle and Anderson county farmer being noticed on the breaks There is a great rush at al the tobacco houses and some could hardly be found for the tobacco and horses. Dan ville Adv. Because the dates allotted to it are not satisfactory the -d Judge James Benton, who The following reward has has been for the. past two been issued by Gov. Willon weeks holding a special term for the arrest and conviction of the Franklin circuit court, of each member of the mob has received the following let which took the negroes from ter from a negro boy, Elza the jail at Shelby ville severa' Broaddus, of this city, who nights ago and killed two, the was jailed several days ago on other escaping. The Gov a charge of stealing coal from says: the railroad. In the following "A reward of $500 for each letter he pleads for a quick person is hereby offered by trial, instead of waiting unti the Governor for the Com the next term of court: monwealth of Kentucky for Richmond, Ky., the apprehension and convie Jan. 11th, 1011 tion of each and every one o Mr. Judfto Benton Doar Sir thoy ar rested mo on a chargo of stealing three the persons who combined or little Blocks or Coal in Police Court and confederated together in the layed mo over to grand Jurys Cant attack which was ma'de upon givo Bond will you lot Judge Shackf ord county on trio mo So i can be Putins up my fine. the jail of Shelby God will Bless you. i will do tho same, the night of Saturday Jan it looks hard for a man to bo layed over 14, and Sunday, January 15, on that littlo Chargo this is your littlo 1911, at Shelbyville, in Shel friend negro Elza Broaddus Birds may Sing there Songs flowers may by county, and who combined wither and dio and confederated together to Peoplo may for get you but Boss how murder and did murder Wade can i. roply at once Please Sir. in Jail Patterson and Gene Marshal at Richmond and take out of jail a third Elza Broaddus. prisoner, West. Stick With Us. "This reward is to be good for the apprehension and con .A special from Frankfort viction of either or any of the last week says: Frankfort men guilty of said attack up will remain in the Bluegrass on the jail, and said murder Baseball League during the of said prisoners, and it is season of 1911 if the plans set rrrsir frf omr orrn'oliono5rri in motion at a meeting of fans within six months from date here last night materialize. hereof, which results in con A committee was appointed to viction. Tins reward is or collect a fund of S3.000 to 124 a guarantee the club against fered under section 5, Kentucky financial loss this season. It statutes, ana upon tne re is believed theamount will be quest of tho County Judge. raised this week. If this fund Augustus E. Willson, is raised A. L. Coleman, of Governor of Kentucky. this city, will assume full con Tho wiso man both lifo trol of the club and manage it fire insurance. carries H. Breck and Dan has as aj patriotic fan. he bost police. f 1-sub-section t-- m our t Representative of riffoa Tailoring Co. Baltimore To Take Your Measure Mdfflday an and 31 a Tuesday. Follow tho crowds with their tobacco and you will land at the Madison ware house, near L. & A. depot. tf Bad Year. According to many of tho older rosi dcr.1s and County Road Commissioner. Join W.-- Shearer, this- has been tho woret year on tho pikes of tho county in n quarter of a century. It will take a g:,oat deal of hard work to restore them to tne condition that they were in in tho early falL Mr. Shearer savs tho heavy travel this winter has been chiof-IV resnonsible. as Hundreds of foariari tobilcco wagons have been driven over every section of the county, and have cut! dep in to the road bed. The commissioner with his assistants-arlooking jaf ter suitable quarries along the roads of the county arwl hava n fur n.a tt H taxi wlilfVi"xri11 vorv V. curitdby the county. Three ot Mmm hi. tk Baratt Xttl m4, tbfM m e January Eo 30 accept tne dates Hides, Furs, Tallow, and Wool ed by the Grand recommendCircuit, but I Tuesday, and decided nnf-l't- ilany sheep raisers thruout tho count v report tho appearanco of a number of lambs. Mr. Joo Wagons secured seven from four owcs,lho first of his flock to produce. A good crop of lambs is look od lor thls spnnL', as there is a bis sud. ply of slieop in tho county. ELstrayt , JaauaryStti fromUrty place on Tay lors Fork at Crutchor ono. whito and On V. pay the highest prices to oesrin its meetin v on Hrd, as m former years. urn-,- . a chance J. 1 JB. WALKER Ring phone 363 ML pi J. T. FERRIELIi Real Estate WIPES Aent liver spcttcd femalo poiiiter pup sven months ijld, largo to agci small skinned place irtjfront of right hip, leather col lar witkring. Inberal Veward for any informalioa bwd hg to hiir recovery. F. O. Slfwwtlwrr)', Rflain Street EUthfflMiKy.'' EH rnpr;nr " - i , , i i i rn '5.