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'always stops at McKee's for everything in the
' way of Novelties. Come down and leave
your order for some of our
or we can show you the nicest line of Jewelry
Novelties we have ever had
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DRY GOODS COMPANY
The Richmond Climax.
KgUSnES ETERT WQIESDJI IT
THE CLIMAX PRINTING CO
A. I). Miiler
Steve K. Vaught
Pres. and Mgr.
KUTUCKY PRESS ASSOCIATION
EIGHTH DISTRICT FUBUSI'tRS tEAGUE.
WEDNESDAY J AX. -4
Never before 1ms there been &uch
manifestations of the ideas or the peo
ple tf Kentucky for good roads, yes bet
ter reads, than was shown at the meet
ing of the Good Roads Convention in
XjeulsvHle last week. It was the first
and only meeting of the kind ever held
in Kentucky and this state is bound to
profit thereby. There is a wonderful
movement on for better roads all over
the stale, and the Commonwealth will
be asked to aid in building modern thor
oughfares thru the rough country where
the cost would be more than the citizens
can bear, and also give a little toward
improving the roads in that part of the
state where fairly good roads are now
being maintained. "Vc would give a
dollar toward a good road almost as
quickly as wc would toward a country
No Johnson democrat can say sincere
ly that he is for the good of the party
first and for the riddance of the state of
Republican rule. No sane man will
even think of Ben Johnson winning the
Geveraer-ship although he secures the
nomination. lie is positively unablo to
unite the party in this state and if nom
inated will go down in defeat by a Ite
paWicao. Those who arc howling for
Johnson have no high regard for the
party. They want to dominate for the
graft. Those who voted for a primary
at the meeting of the State Committee,
were not acting for the few convention
bowlers present, but for the thousands
OX. home, whom they represented.
It doesn't matter what the ability of
man is worth to help Uncle Sam in his
courts of Justice, if politics makes it
best that he be removed. Those who
heard J. N. Sharp in the Federal court
here say he is the best the government
lias had in years, but he must be thrown
out now because Senator Bradley has
a man for the place in the person of his
nephew, Ed Morrow, of Somerset. Caleb
2ov-eTS is also a Morrow man.
A sight school has been started br Dr.
E. II. Pcarce at Hubble in Garrard coun
ty near a point where Boyle, Lincoln
nad Garrard meet. A class of eighteen
lias been enrolled that can neither read
nor write. Think of this in such an in
tellectual section of the state, six miles
from Danville, five from Stanford and
fire from Lancastor. It is possible that
eucli illiteracy exists?
The Auditor's agents and County At
torney Jackson certainly slipped up on
many property owners of Madison the
past month and "stuck" 'em for back
taxes. The rake off for the above gen
tlemen should make them happy and
contented for another year, as there is a
"fat" per ccntage for all back taxes col
lected. Sexator McCreaty will poll thousands
of Republican votes, in addition to every,
Democrat in the state, for his political
record, as well as his record as a Ken
tuckian, and in every walk of life in
which he is known, is clean in every
Cense of the word.
Ais't we glad the auditors agent can't
bit us for the dogs we failed to give in?
Evidently many owners were scared,
for the assessor listed 1,125 more this
year thau he did la&t, and the Auditor's
agent has been in our midst since that
Republican editors are straining every
cord to stir up strifo in tho Democratic
ranks and are patting Ben Johnson on
the back, when he endeavors to unravel
bis patched up abuse against Senator
Cong rem convenes tomorrow after a
recess for the holidays. The members
all drew their salary just the same, and
took Xmzs on Uncle Sam.
Oyw 221 dogs are listed in Richmond.
Il Bonis like there ought to bo a few
More than that, doesn't it?
Mr. Benjaain Dobro wsky has returned
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Xk. Rsm)1 Kefeitwon spent
)mI wmIc wik hie -MMMts at London.
Mr. X. A. WHfceB, of Jepttr., Xo.. is
m. jwtt Minos.; -"41 Met
J. C. Bush, of Birmingham, Alabama,
spent the holidays with his family hero.
Mrs. J. A. Stevuns and family spent
the Holidays with Clark county rela
Mr. and Mrs. Duke Gordon spent
Christmas with relatives in Nicholas-
Jirs. Clarence cimorc, ot raris, is
i -isiting her parents, Mr., and Mrs. B,
W. D. Benton, of Bloomington, 111., is
here for a visit to relatives in and around
juiss L,ucy uoty, ot Lancaster, was
the guest of Mr. and Mrs. G. T. Bogard
Mrs. Colcmar. Warford, of Lawrence-
burg, is the guest of her mother, Mrs,
Judge and Mrs. AV. It. Shackelford
spent part of the holidays in Bourbon
.Mr. and .sirs. J. is. walker will move
this week to the property of Mrs. A. T.
Million on North St.
The many friends of Mr. Caswell
Tribble are glad to see him out again
after his recent illness.
Mrs. M. A. Smoot, of Maysville, has
arrived to spend the winter with her
an, Dr. C. E. Smoot.
Mrs. H. P. Reid and daughter, of Mt
Sterling, are here for a visit to Mrs. J.
Lackey and other relatives.
Mr. a. Li. uott nas returned from a
business trip to Boston, New York and
other eastern point;;.
Mr. Jake Wagers, of the Bybce Dry
Goods Co., of Ashl.ind, spent the holi
days witli relatives here.
Miss Elizabeth Blanton is out after her
illness of typhoid fever much to the de
light of her many friends.
H. C. King, the well known passenger
ageni ior uic vueen c rcscont, was
here last week on business.
Mrs. I. G. Ballard and daughter,
Francis Morton, aro visiting Mrs. A. E,
Mowbray, in Covington.
Miss Tommie n est has returned to
Pinevillo after spending the holidays
with her parents at Speedwell.
Mrs. Homer Ray and children, of
Paris, have been tho guests of Mrs.
Chas. Terrill on Woodland avenue
Daniels, oi ucattyville, was in
the city last week cn business. Ho is
a prominent lawyer of Lee county
J. B. Walker was in Nicholasvillo last
week the pucst of his brother. R. I.
Walker and tho family of Charles Dccr-
The many friends of Mr. J. R. Park
will be glad to know that ho is improv
ing after a three weeks illness of pneu
Mr. Truman Taggart returned Mon
day to Barbourville, after spending the
Holidays with Mr. and Mrs. A. D. Mil
Mrs. Henry Lammcrs and Mrs. Ed
Coylo will leave this week for Auburn
dale. Ha., to spend the remainder of
The many friends of Mr. Creed Gott
will be glad to know that ho is improv
ing in health in the western city of Ros-
woll, New Mexico.
Mrs. Ben Bennett has moved from
Water street to her residence on Second
street, recently occupied bv Mr.
Cosby and familv
Mr David Dobrowsky, of Bedford,
Ind., who is engaged in tho dry goods
business at that place, spent the holidays
with his parents here
Mr. Charles Cunningham, of Middles-
boro, editor of the News, was here last
week enroute home from spendin
Christmas at Irvine.
Mr. and Mrs. J. R. White, of Powell
county, were in the city last week visit
ing relatives. Mr. White was formerly
publisher of the Estill Herald.
Mr. J. D. Allman, of Nobelsvillc, Ind.,
spent several days during the Christmas
with his parents here. He is now in a
large clothing store in that city
Attorney Charles Harris, of Versailles,
was in the city last wc-ck, stopping off
here enroute South. Ho thinks Kich-
mond the best town in the State.
J. C. Rallard and wife, of Grand
Ilapids Mich, were In the city lastly
weoK mo guests oi r.icer A. is. liarnesl
and wife. They were enroute south to
spend tho winter.
Misses Mattie Elder ind Edna Giun-
chlgliani will rolurn tao laiter part of
this week to tho Cincinnati Collego of
Music, after spending tho holidays with
their parents here.
Mrs. R. C. Morgan came over from
Lexington to bo present at tho Christ
mas party git-en byiier grand daughter,
Mario LouUe "Kellogg, at the. Masonic
Temple Thursday night.
Misses Russell Stoufftr and Anno Ben
nett Cohen have returned to Lynchburg
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dolpii Macon College,, after spending
the holidays with hoc folks. '
, , vi Jife'iuui aim jveaiunKy, are de
Mr. Sam Burma i ea & short vfclt to ade4 frjim Jataes Taylor, who canto
his parents, Mr. a4 Mil. Robt. IL Bur. f Ewrllind to Virginia In 1635. He
Ma. Mf. RntM swifiM aa.bftport- wf grajifcon of Dr. Roslasd Taylor,
Mt rriTlHit ia ! Miric-r fCfc. w i-" the suke in HmUiv,
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Prof. VTalter.Hopper, of the Sit. Sterl
lag Hi?h School, was in the city Satur
day several hours enroute from home
whore ho spent the holidays, iio is a
nephew of Mr. John Higgins of this city
and a noted young educator.
Mrs. Mary Smith and Mlsi Grace
Smith, of Cleveland, Ohio, are quests of
Mr. and Mrs. Ballard H. Luxon. Miss
Smith -will go on to New Yorlc after a
short visit to her sister, but Mrs. Smith
will remain until Spring.
Prof, and Mrs. C. Rucker Adams, of
Chicaga, have gone on to Florida for the
winter. They spent Christman season
with Miss Lucy Adams. Mr. and Mrs.
Coleman Adams, who were also here
havo returned to Cleveland.
Mr. and Mrs. T. S. Todd, of Second
street, "were the recipients of a very fino
Christmas gift in the nature of a seven
pound girl, who arrived Saturday. The
proud parents are receiving the congrat
ulations of their many friends.
Miss Mabel Rayburn was the hostess
ast Thursday at a reception at the
home oi her grandfather, L. M. Scrivner
in Burnamwood, complimentary to her
guests Misses Elizabeth Hodgkin and
Mattie Garrard, of Winchester;
Danville Advocate: Mrs. Julian Van
Winkle, who has been visiting Miss
Louise Van Winkle, left yesterday for
Lexington, where she will make a visit
before going to her home in Louisvillo.
Mr. John W. Million, President of
tho Conservatory of Music, of Hardin
College, Mexico Mo., has returned homo
after a visit to Mr. B. B. Million and
family. Miss Cecio B. Million, who is
ono ot tlichmonds most talented
pianists, will leave the middlo of Janu
ary to study at tho above Conservatory.
Mrs. M. C. Kellogg entertained for her
little daughter, Thursday evonin j at the
Masonic banquet hall, with an im
promptu dance. A largo concert phono
graph furnished the music and tho
young folks enjoyed tho occasion im
At Paint Lick last Friday Col. Ben
Lear was the host at a dinner in honor
of seteral Old "Confeds" which number
ed eleven around the festivo board,
Thoso who attended from hero were N
B. Deathtrage, W. T. Duersonand J. T.
Jones and many incidents of ths great
strifo were recalled by thoso who fought
lor the Lost Cause.
At the home of Miss Elath Buchanan
a jolly week-end houseparty made the
holidays a happy occasion for those who
attended. Thoso present were Misses
Mary Doty, Ellen Walker, Elizabeth
Shackelford, Josephine Chenault, Bess
Wagers, Mabel Rayburn, Kathryn Simp
son, Eleanor Hagan and Elizabeth Tur
At the home of Dr. C. C. Marshall,
Woodland Ave., on tho 27th of list
month, Charles Dccringand Miss Jennie
Allendcr, Iwth of White Hall, were unit
ed in marriage. On the 2Sth, at the
Glyndon hotel, Clarence Pendleton and
Ida Lcgan, of Garrard county wore mar
ried. Dr. Marshall officiated at both
The marriage of Miss Tommio Curry
and Mr. Nowt Tuttle took place at the
bride's homo 317 West Seventh street,
Lexington. Ky., Dec. 27tli, 1910 r.t 3:30
o clock. The bride is the attractive
daughter of T. A. Curry, ex-Assessor of
Madiscn county where she is widely
known having lived hero most of her
lifo. The groom is the son of Mr. and
Mrs. John Tuttle and is a man of busi-
Lancaster Record: Miss Minniti Gul-land
ly, is in Richmond for several dajs visit
to relatives Mrs. D. R. Allm in, ofl
Richmond, is expected soon for n visit
to her bister, Mrs. J. B. Soper G. S
Grcenleaf is in Richmond visitin? Mr.
jobn GrccrucafMiss Mary Elmore.
of the Normal school Richmond is here
for the Yuletide season Miss Delia
Tinder, of the Richmond Normal school
is hero for the Christmas holidays..
Misses Ida Potts and Ore. Prathcr leave
this week for a visit to Mrs. Ollio Potts,
The "N inchester Sun has tho follow
Miss Margaret Dykes of this city,
Him j r. nirr.ii pr rarKH. ni mrnmnnn
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were married at tho residence,
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is. J. Davis, ot Lexington, in tho pres
ence of a number of relatives and friends
Miss Dykes is the eldest daughter of J,
T. Dykes and a grand daughter of tho
late Judge Taylor. Mr. Park, is tho
son of Walter Park, of near Richmond.
Mr. R. E. Turloy entertained his Sun
day School class Friday evening at his
home on the Campus. There were
twenty present. After a delightful sup
per, the class elected the following ofli
cers for the ensuing year: President, E
Dcathcragc; Vice President, George D
Simmon:;; Secretary and Treasurer. S.
A. Doathorage: Teacher, R. E. Turley;
Assistant, R. A. Barlow,
The many friends in Richmond of Mr.
Samuel Saunders will be pleased to read
of his marriage last week to Miss May
Ulson, of Oreensburg, daughter of tho
Prcsidcn-. of the Peonle's Bank.it iht
place. Mr. sounders was graduated
from Central University and while a
student here, made many friends, lie
is now traveling representative oi mo I
Belknap Hardware Co., of Louisville.
n was ftuniiiiriy known to his legion
of admirers as
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The Lexington Herald has the follow
ing item of interest here: A dinner was
given by Mr and Mrs. J. C. Taylor of
Central nvenue, to celebrate the reunion
of tho Taylor-family, tho first in thirty
years. The guests of honor were Mr.
and Mrs. L. Z. Taylor of Payette, Idaho,
and Mr. It. M. Taylor of Waco, Tcras,
who has teen out of tho stato for twenty-eight
years. Tho attractive homo of
Mr. and Mrs. Taylor was decorated
throughout with Southern smilax and
Christmas bells Potted plants were ar
ranged in the halls and reception rooms
TheguesU eighteen in number, were
seated at it largo round table which was
bcautirul a-iili -ts gorgeous xlccorati-ins
or ferns and red carnations, ihe center
piece bein.; of fruit and flowers. A most
elaborate course dinner was served,
L" " J"!r
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,or - Fayetle, Idtho; K. M. Taylor. Waco,
Texas; Mrt. A. T. Million, Riclimond.
T. C- Tnvlnr nnrl l ? PliMr A !
jy-.-. j. w aaj-jor ami .urs. uiarcrxe
r.uoeri Linrr puesis nrpsnnt irnp.
Mrs. c. T, Taylor, Mrs. L. z. Taybr,
Mrs. J. W, Duncan, Richmond, Ky., Mr.
and Mrs. W.L Duncan, dty;. Dr. J. E.
Millie.. n n rn i tm., i
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Okla; Siis Ethlvn Egbert. Clarke
Egbert antl Ckrence Egbert, Jr. The
Taylor family wis originally of Madiswi
iginiaiaitJt, winoi leiverion i'evton
nou was hj rtnuiuuouary Soulier ana rn
I member o( the little band with Boone In
Lthe:EaVrt,a?l?r',as the other Tn'
j;oiy at try.
coumy, so us ana qaugnvers oi waruesjn tho Uemnf.-nt.s nf TTpnrv nn
I and Klixs. I'ovtnr, TnrlAr rnnrl rhIM.;. . -7 J
of Tarletoil Taybr, who came from xlc-1 l-V eaU 0a tlie Democrats
Meet Jn LouiSVllIe and Launch
a Campaign to BetterCon
ditions in State.
President Crabbe, of the Normal
School, and Supt. Coates, of the City
Schools, wcro in Louisville last Satur
day to attend a meeting of noted educa
tors of the stato. The object of the
gathering was to take preliminary steps
toward a far-reaching campaign for bet
ter educational conditions in Kentucky.
The two Richmond educators took an
important part in tho proceedings
President J. G. Crabbe, made a strong
talk. Tho people of Kentucky must bo
told the truth about conditions in tho
State, he said, and then must bo told tho
truth again. President Crabbe said
many of the country teachers are good,
but others are poor. All want to do
well, but many simply do not know how.
The consolidated school must como in
the rural districts, he said. Tho city
schools, ho thought, wero in better con
dition. Ono of the most important parts of
the campaign is to secure consolidated
schools in tho country districts, and tho
unanimous opinion of thoso present was
that the old-time, one-room, one-teacher
country school must go, and that
school children in tho country must be
given similar advantages to thoso en
joyed by city children.
Tho need of better teachers was also
commented upon by several of the
speakers. The teachers in many local!
ties arc not considered satisfactory, and
tho Kentucky custom of electing poll
ticians county school superintendents
was spoken of as a relic of barbarism
The opinion was that these superin
tendents should bo appointed during
good service by county boards of edu
cation, and that tho schools should bo
taken out of politics.
The handsomest Calendar of all is the
one sent out by Tho National Stockman
and Farmer, Pittsburg, Pa. It will bo
sent to any one who will send 10 cents
to pay package and postage. Send for
Tliero was much enthusiasm last Sat
urday afternoon at the meeting of the
tobacco growers of Madison county.
The object of the gathering was to send
delegates to the convention in Lexing
ton tomorrow, the 5th, which will meet
for the purpose of considering plans for
a combination among tho growers. In
the meeting Saturday thoso present wero
nearly all "non poolers" or thoso who
did not join the Burley pool. It seems
that the "non poolers" aro making an
effort to organize now, and tho meeting
at Lexington tomorrow will be of much
interest. Of course all growers aro in
terested and expected to join the gather
ing. Resolutions wero adopted hero
Saturday to pool tho remainder of tho
1910 crop and cut out tho 1011 crop.
About twenty delegates were named to
attend tho meeting. A. J. IIouso was
elected Chairman, J. H. Orme Secretary
ank Prof. Sharon, Asst. Secretary.
In The Bone Yard.
Some blamed good old fellows Ho asleep
Down yonder whoro tho tall grass
But no ono ever comes to weep
plant roso bushos on their graves.
Tho calmlv rest in Pauners beds.
wait the judgement in a row
no shining tombstones o'er their
No requiem but the winds that blow.
They were tho shiftless, triftling lads
Upon a weary world turned loose,
They never learned nail tho scads,
and salt them down for winter.
Its pretty tough somo must sleep
In unmarked, bargain counter
The many friends here of
William A. Parsley, thepopu-
grieved to learn of his death,
which occurred at his home
in London several days ago.
He represented a well known
Louisville hat house and en
joyed the patronage of Rich
mond merchants, among whom
uewas wen Known. ie was
a son-m.law of Mr. Martin
Pigg, who formerly resided
in this count'.
The Democratic voters of
Henry COUnt', at a meeting
hn the courthouse at New Cas-
f i . .if a
rlc ilou CCJi'
tions asking the Democrats of
other Counties in the State to
U.nm c;m;inl. nnf :nn .fhof. ffcQ
Pr men of ,tbe Party may
have the door of opportunity
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ununpc to t. ipiti as wp ns rn
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The resolutions as adopted
"Whereas, the Democratic
Executive Committee has, or
dered a primary election tu
be held in Kentucky on the
27th day of May, 1911 to se
lect candidates to com nose
the State ticket to he voted
for November, 1911, and
"Whereas, said Committee
desires to hold a free Driinai'V
fa fjjle en(l that the DOOr men T
f f .
OI tDe l,arty m W Have the
door of Opportunity Opened to
them as Well as to the rich.-
Therefore be it
KesOl Ved , I hat
crats of Ilenrv fmint.v will M0
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l,rti,i 0o5,l t: t
nominate cana mates to com
pose the ticket under the
rules jitui rpoii'nfirms t hn
nroeni. io,l Ktt fKo Cfof n
PItte? V.ee of a11 COst exe?Pt
as 10 oauol,s'
Be it further resolved, That
to do likewise
Resolved, That all Demo
cratic papers in the State be
asked to publish these resolu
tions and aid in bringing to
passra fair and free primary
. atiine counties in tue
ii im to mi.ris or iq twrtr. i w utiuuiyjv.tfiL.iC. .Bv&'jraaMitigi -
in uw rawest ot tpe party.
HUMOR OF THE DAY
What Is Happiness?
Tho Baby-No pins.
The Kindergarten Girl Ono birthday
party per day.
The Kindergarten Boy Bathing suit,
beach, pail, shovel, nice shallow ocean.
The Little Bigger Girl Chocolates,
whispers, giggles, dancing school.
The Knickerbocker Boy Dog, chum,
"five feet"- of adventure books.
The Extended Tuck Maiden Board
ing school clique.
The Long Trousers Boy Pompadour,
The College Girl Chafing dish, "Eng
lish," manlike ways, minus the man.
The College Boy Six clubs, varsity
"X," no apparent study, high marks
and never tho insult "greasy grind."
The Society Girl Always Europe.
The Young Business Man Some
Wall street, more evening dress.
The Young Matron Tea.
The Young Husband Receipted bills.
The Thoroughly Married Woman
Furniture. JJer Settled Partner Cigars.
The Middle. Aged Woman President
of the federation of, etc.
The Middlo Aged Man-Golf and a
The Woman (later on) Visiting them.
Tho Oldish Man-Telling how it hap
A Sad Case.
"I hear that Burke and his wife
have decided to separate."
"Yes; it is a very sad case. I'm
afraid tho breach Is Irreparable."
"You don't say!"
"Yes. You see, it was this way: Tho
other day when Mrs. Burke entertain
ed the members of the Ibsen club
Burke insisted upon showing madam
tho president through the family li
brary, which contains fifteen volumes
and a compendium of all useful infor
mation." Chicago Record-Herald.
When He Weakened.
Atlas suddenly began to show signs
"I have Just learned," ho said, shift
ing the burden to the other shoulder,
"that this globe I am holding up
weighs 7.000,000,000,000 tons!"
Thus we sec, despite the old maxim,
that knowledge is not always power..
"Do you Americans really appreciate
tho beauties of nature?" asked tho for
"Sure we do!" replied tho patriotic
citizen. "Can't you see evidences of
our appreciation In the sardine cans
and plcklo Jars that picnic parties
scatter over every good piece of
scenery?" Washington Star.
A Forbidden Art.
'I sco where science has arrayed
itself against a great criminal modern
"What Is that?"
"It forbids rocking the baby." Bal
"The next event," said the announc
er at the county fair, "will be a sack
race for girls, professionals barred."
"What do you mean by profession'
Those who have been wearing hob-
hie skirts." Kansas City Journal.
Can't Please '
can't please a
"What's the matter now?"
"I wiped the dishes for my wife last
night, and she kicked because I didn't
hang up the towel afterward." De
troit Free Press.
Teacher (to new pupih Why did
Hannibal cross the Alps, my little
My Little Man For the same reason
as the 'en crossed the road. Yer don't
catch mo with no puzzles. Sydney
"Every time the automobile breaks
down I nctlce you exainlue your state
hnse saTs il'rn to wto
I do that for encouragement. The
the machine." Houston Chronicle.
"Jones is ultra modern. I suppose
he got divorced and lived happily ever
"No. Ho would have lived that way.
but the durn fool Is getting married
again!" Cleveland Leader.
"Do you pay much attention to pub
"No; I always look the other way
when I see a young couple holding
hands in tho park." Louisville Cou
Hotel Room Card.
One Ring Ten cents to the bellboy.
Two Rings Fifteen ceuts to the
Three Rings A quarter to tho
ter. Somerville Journal.
"It can't be more than
a year old.
It's jpst learning to fly."-
Tho Old Love.
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th.f ,i ,nnni. n-...
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Cigarette It was
an old (lame of
mine. Llpplncot t's.
Judga Benton Appointed.
Judge James Benton, of
this Judicial District, has
been designated by Governor
Willson as a special judge in
the Franklin circuit court in
a session to be held this week
Tho management of tho Richmond
wu"v " iiruscma-
tion, by this eminent dramatic reader,
of the successful comedy "Tho Man
From Homo" as tho next number in tho
a satire on tho in-
ternatonal marriage, and those who en-
'"S'1 c,ass Pla's will find in tho in-
lnin Mini : f if- tmi:... . 1
lerpretation of Mr. Elliott tho ontirn
Krauiicauon ot tueir test literary and
dramatic tastes. Mr. E.liott will annear
onjanuary 0, in the Normal Chapel, at
S p. m. A concession in the prico of
tickets has been made, and citizens can
ooiam ticKDls at tho Normal School
"iuhmuo injiiii pi isi.ou ior the re
mainder of the season. Single admis
sion is, 00c.
TRADE MORAL The quality o
what you haveo sell Is known
to some people ail of the time
and all of the-people some o!
the" time but Jadvertise regu-
wriy with ut -ami youH reaofi
Is Population of Richmond
According to Ihe Official
The population of Rich
mond, according to the 1910
census, is a disappointment
to its residents. The figures
sriven out are 5,340 and thosp
who have studied the situa
tion carefully, are of the
opinion that at least 500 bona
fide residents were either
overlooked or passed up on
account of the rush of the
These figures show an in
crease over the 1900 census
of but 687 and it is a very
light increase for such a
thriving town as the capital
of Madison, the leading coun
ty of the State.
Danville has 80 more popu
lation than Richmond and the
residents of that city are
highly elated oyer the in
crease, as shown on the face
of the report from Washing
ton. The Boyle county capi
tal has gained 1,1555 in the
past teu years according to
the reports, an increase over
Richmond of nearly 450. The
following cities, having over
5,000 population, not already
Bellevue 6,683 6,332
Danville 5,420 4,285
Dayton 6.979 6,104
Mayfield 5,216 4,081
Maysville 6,141 6,423
Middlesboro.... 7,305 4,162
Paris.... 5,358 4,603
Richmond 5,340 4,653
Winchester .... 7,156 5,964
Row Dr. Charles R. Nisbet, of Nash
ville, Tenn., will conduct a scries of ser
vices in tho First Presbyterian church
of this city, from Jan. 10 to January 20.
He is a preacher of great power and one
of tho leading pastors of Nashvillo. Miss
Harbeson, a noted soloist, will be pres
ent throughout tho meeting and sing at
AU My Pimples Gone
Girl Tells How a BKotchy Shin
Was Cleansed by a Sample
"I was ashamed of my face," writes
Miss Minnio Pickard of Altamahaw,
N. C. "It was all full ol pimples and
scars, uut alter using u. u. u. i-ro-scrjption
I can say that now thcro is
no sign of that Eczema, and that was
three years ago."
D. D. D. has becomo so famous as
a cure and instant relict in eczema
and all other serious skin diseases,
that its valuo is sometimes overlooked
in clearing up rash, pimples, black
heads, and all other minor forms of
Tho fact is, that whilo D. D. D. it
so penetrating that it strikes to the
very root of Eczema or any other
serious trouble, tno sootuing uu oi
Vintergreen, Thymol and other in
gredients are so carefully compounded
there is no wash for tho skin made
that can compare with this great
household remedy for overy kind of
D. D. D. is pleasant to use, perfect
ly harmless to tho most dolicato skin,
and absolutely reliable. A 23 cent
bottle will give you positive proof of
tho wonderful effectiveness ot this
Stockton & Son, Richmond, Ky
Report oi the Condition
Doltiir business at Klrksvllle, county of
Mmllsoii. Statcof Kentucky, nt the close of
business on the 13tli day of December, 1910
Loans and discounts..
$ 61.158 30
I)m frnm Itanktf .
Actual cash on hand
Clipeks. cash items atiu exchoiiire
for clearing 401 09
Overdrafts, secured . 516 03
Overdrafts, unsecured . 4.790 58
Cn rrent cxnenneH anU taxes raiu 554
K'cal estate banking house... 2.400 00
Furniture and fixtures , 2.500 CO
Total $S1J79 50
Capital Stock paid In. in Cash ...$ 15.000 00
surplus i-unu zxuiju
Undivided Profits (21 26
Deposits Mibjcct to check (on
which interest is not nam si.'jot w
Bills payable 31.000 00
Total $SI .379 50
State of Kentucky I
County of Madison I 6CT
I. II. S. Newlon. Ctishicr ol the above
named bank, do solemnly swear Uiut the
above statement is true to the best of my
knowlcucc and bcllei.
11. S. NEWLOX. Cashier.
Subscribed and sworn to bcfo.rctne by II.
S. Xcwlon. the SCHi day of Deeemtier, 1910.
J. T. COY. Notary Public.
My commission Expires leb. 17,1914.
JAS. K. HENRY Directors.
Report of the Condition
Waco Deposit Bank
Dointr business nt Waco, Madison county,
Ky. at close of busincsu on the ISth day of
Loans and discounts
$ 55.S10 52
IT- S. and other linnd?. stocks mid
securities ' 1.135 23
Due from banks . 19.261 20
Actual Cash on hand 3.75S 43
Checks, cash items and exchange
for clearintr . 115
Overdrafts (secured) im" CO
Overdrafts (uusecurcd) 1H 17
Current expenses and taxes paid GU9 93
Real estate ..l,07r 10
Furniture arid KlxtutcH 2.1(0 ii iJOSS 63
Other Assets not included in any
of above heads 00
. mm 02
Capital Stock paid in. In cash j. tlS.ono 03
Surplus fund , ir ajoo CO
Undivided profits t L3S8 79
Deposits subject to check, oit
which Interest Is paid. 4, 1,631 50
Deposits Eubject to check, on .
which, interest is not paid .96S 73
State oi Kentucky
Count of Madison
I, R. SC. Rowland. Cahier of tl
nameUAUatiK. uosoiciiinlr ftiveari
above statement is tru to the bejit ot my
knowledge and belief.
St- !. Howtand.CiMhler:
Subscribed and sworn to before! n-i tbU
jnu uay ui, uerewDcr, piu, mi
Iy ceilunbjefoa expires Jan. M. IHIf
are made in thirty sizes of sections in six standard graddes and finishes.
It's the one bookcase above all others. 5tart today with a sectional
book case that will row with your library. Add a section as require
ments demand. The Macey 5ectional Bookcase is absolutely dust
proof and is fitted with non-binding doors.
You can't buy a better bookcase there's none better made. Stop
in tomorrow; let us explain the many advantages of this good bookcase
Opp. Hotel Glyndon
Silas Shelburne, President
Shelburne Tobacco Warehouse Co
For The Sale Of
LOOSE LEAF TOBAGGO
West Side South Broadway, Just Below Southern Depot
Both Telephones 1 704 : : : : : : LEXINGTON, KY
Best Light and Free-Accommodation
for Men and Teams
We have with us Mr. J. B. Stalling, the Best Auctioneer on any Market
L. & N- Time Table
No. 31. Cincinnati to Atlanta. Arrives
and Departs 12:05 a. m. Mid-night.
No. 71. Richmond to Stanford. De
parts C:30 a. m.
No. 1. Versailles to Beattyvillo Junct.
Arrives 9:50 a. m. Departs 9:53
No. 37. Cincinnati to Knoxvillo. Ar
rives 11:02 a.m. Departs 11:34 a. m
33. Cincinnati to Jacksonville.
Arrives and Departs 11:20 a. m.
27. Richmond to Louisvillo via
Rowland. Departs 1:05 p. m.
3. Versailles to Ueattyville Junct.
Arrives 1:50 p. m. Departs 2:00 p.m
9. Cincinnati & Maysville to Stan
ford. Arrives 7:21 p. m. Departs
7:25 p. m.
No. 34. Atlanta to Cincinnati. Arrives
and Departs 4:1G a. m.
10. Stanford to Cincinnati and
Mavsvillo. Arrives 0:20 a. m
Departs C:25 a. m.
2. Beattyvillo Junct. to Versailles,
Arrives 8:23 a. m. Departs 8:20 a-m
28. Louisvillo to Richmond via
Rowland. Arrives 12:20 p. m.
38. Knoxvillo to Cincinnati. Ar
rives 1:5G p. m. Departs 2:00 p. m,
70. Stanford to Richmond. Arrives
3:00 p. m.
No. 4. Beattyvillo Junct. to Versailles,
Arrives 3:45 p. m. Departs 3:48 p.m
No. 32. Jacksonville to Cincinnati. Ar
rives and Departs 5:10 p. m.
No's 31. 37. 33. 27. 31. 23. 38. 32 are
Daily trains. No's 71, 1, 3, 9, 10, 2, 70,
4, daily Except Sunday.
J. P. RUCKER, Agt.
"Had dyspopsia or indigestion for
years. No appetite, and what I did
cat distressed me terribly. Burdock
Blood Bitters cured mo." J. U. Wal
ker, Sunbury, Ohio.
Mrs. M. C. Hayden, who closed her
school at Forrest Hill just before Christ
mas, reports the following pupils, who
were perfect in attendance during the
term: Lula, "Walter, Faltio and Tola
Wells, Franklin Million, Elizabeth Jen
kins, Lucilo and Bertha Azbill.
As Assignee of II. F. Kennedy, tho un
dersigned will, on
Tuesday t Jan. 10, i
on tho premises, next door to J. R,
Azbill's livery stable on Main street, in
Richmond, Ky., sell
1 Billiard Table
4 Pool Tables
1 Lighting Outfit
Lot of Bar Fixtures and" other
things too numerous to mention
Said sale is absolute and is made for
the purpose of .polling tho assigned es
tate of 11. F. Kennedy.
Terms made known on day of sale.
Assignee of H. F. Kennedy.
3 Fine Jacks
and 1 Jennet in foal to fine
Jack, wil be sold publicly,
next Court Day, in Richmond,
Monday, Feb, 6, f
at 11 o'clock, on First Street.
This is a dissolution sale.and
stock must be sold .. Can be
seen at Wm. Martin's stable,
Main street, Sunday, Feb. G,
or addrees '
; iCorhbs & Dennis.
Not only from an artistic standpoint, but
also from the utility side of the question. N0
matter what style of finish you desire, or
what space you wish to fill, there's a case for
Luman & Higgins
Furniture, Carpets, Stoves
J. D. Marshall. Vice President
"W. D. Slclntyre, Asst. Secretary and Treasurer
Take Your Tobacco to
Second hand phaeton cheap. Apply
J. E. Gott, Richmond, Ky. dl4-tf
Nice residence on corner Fifth and
North streets. Apply
tf. D. M. STEVENSON
Rooms for Rent
Ono room or whole flat over the Racket
Store. Suitable forstore room oroulces.
Apply to A. Dobrowsky. d72t
And have your laundry called for.
Good work and prompt delivery guar
anteed. Office W. Main street, opposite
Strother Gott Agt.,
12-21-lm Tho Winchester Laundry.
you want ond ve'U cutoff the
meat you require. It will ho
as nearly all meat, ton. as wo
can make it. That meai.s 1 t
and a consentient savins
which is a consideration t
most people these davs "W.
do our best, to keep down the
"High Cost of Livintr"
C. C. CULTON
Successor to Douglas & Culton
231 TVEST MAIN STREET
Lackey & Todd
The Home of Low Prices and 5auare Dealing
rrt t t
C? C T ir
Clfeeos Mational Banl
At tho Close of Business, December 31st, 1910
tjoans ana Discounts S322.931 40 Capital Stoci . 3100,000 00
SMfcjizL S!r,MFund w2
Banking House, ctCw.. 9,000 00 Undivided Profits 34S 60
Cash and Due lrem " ' CfaxHlatioa 57.000 00
birxs .. 19
Tetal 9C12.477 M
Deposits DKMMn W 3i, 190
Deposit Dmbr SI, 1908
Deposits Ownbw 31, 19M
W fpetfully sJkit ad iavit a skM
West Mair Street
J. L. Knight, Secretary azl Trtzzn
Dandruff and Itching Scalp
Yield to This Treatment.
"Why pxr"r'-ini trying to Ct -3 Ce
da 1 inn rom under::v tbe
skii. rui-. Iv.ions or f;r.rv (.r..r-
droning when II. L. Perry D.--J S":rs
will guarantee ZEMO and 'AEHO aP
to entirely rid the scalp of tho gen L't
that causes tho trouble.
ZEMOand ZEMOSOAPcan to -J. 1"--cd
in anycity or town in Amer.ra t-i
are recognized the best and mrs: cctr.
omical treatment for all e:?er" :rjcf
the skin and scalp whether on 1 -'ir.! cr
grown persons. Ono shampoo ti.tl
ZEMO SOAP and application o' ihV.0
will stop itching and cleanse tl.:
of drandutl and scurf.
V,'o invito you to try ZEMO and ZEMO
SOAP and if not entirely sat:sC:l we
will refund your money.
A Good Resolution
fot New Year's Day is to open an as
count at tho
State Bank 6 Trust Co.
Your first deposit will be the founcat.ra
of a new era of prosperity. Your mrr.ey
will be subject to check and w.;: be
ready for you in case of need. If via
have no account with us, allow us to ex
plain to you our np-to-date system.
"I never hcare of such doinss. Tho
idea of breaking into a child's bank to
pay a grocery bill. But it does bea: all
how some folks charge. Make a pcrscn
feol like breaking into anything. It is
because I'm treated right that I deal
ODera House Building
of the Condition of
Tela! , K12.477 M ;
ot patrowiac. whbMok in return
J. W. CROOKE. ..Cashier