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Page Five Ill III! Ilil MORE BIG. MADISON FARMS CHANGE TITLE The rimiond Daily Register, Richmond Madison County, Wednesday Afternoon, March T 0; 1 1 920 . - - . .. . , . . ." . . , . iManfraMnammriMi Tfi.f.j.f....,..v, -.-r ri,i,lrJ-r. , - , rt V at tf4 t V ; i A i i i i f ? . i u " t r i . ft -iv TV i ... I s k' f fr ) t No Waste Motion The. packing business is noted for tho elimination of waste in manufacturing. Swift & Company is equally effective in saving waste in the distribution of products. From ranch or farm to your meat dealer there is no loss of time, money, material, or motion. Four hundred branch sales houses in large cities and townshundreds of regu lar refrigerator car routes reaching small towns, all directed by wire from a central point, bring meat products from our packing plants located in producing areas, to retailers in all parts of the country in the best possible condition, in the least possible time, at the least possible cost, . and over the most direct route. ' The total expense, for manufacture, freight, and selling direct to the retailer, is less than three cents per pound on all meat sold. Our profit from all sources is only a fraction of a cent per pound. Competition compels this close-cut sav- Large volume of business, a well-bal- . anced, nation-wide organization, and expert attention to details by men who know, make it possible. .i;;- . We are in your service at least expense and profit. ' i !' ; Send for our 1920 Year Book and 'get the facts about our business. Address Swift & Company, Union Stock Yards, Chicago, Illinois. Swift & Company, U. S. A. i mSM msmmm Myrtle Gibson, 20, of Akron, O. alleges j;hat Sidney lirinlc. r;iu.ht in Cincinnati, induced her and two Qiattanooga girls to go to Lex ington on promise of positions at $25 per week, and finding no worl; that they were pursuaded to enter a house raided by federal authorities- - Relatives have been, called to the bedside of W. A. Mercer county, who blood poisoninjr following: Gray, of developed a scratch on his hand At Flemingsburg a bronze tab let to Samuel H. Jones, known as the friend of the poor, who. died at the age of 90, has been placed on the wall of the city bmlfling, the gift of citizens. EVERY AUTOMOBILE OWNER NEEDS LIABILITY INSURANCE WHETHER IN THE CITY OR COUNTY Traffic density causes many accident, but not all. Auto mobiles are not operated on sanded rails over private right of way. No driver of an automobile can always guess correctly what pedestrians will door out-guess the other driver every time. NECESSITY Automobile liability insurance, -covering liabilty for personal injuries. WISDOM Automobile property damage insurance, cov ering liability for damage to property of others. PPXJDENCE Automobile collision insurance, covering damage to the insured automobile by collision. It is not the amount of money one pays for , insurance that. counts it is the amount of in-A ance plus the amount and quality of SER VICE one gets for thi money. L. P. EVANS GENERAL INSURANCE : v ' D Real etsate transfers continue very, active -in Madison and a bunch of. deeds are filed almost every' day with County Clerk J. W. Maupi- Several large sized farms have changed -titles recent ly as shown by-deeds filed since iast report: - ; Real Estate Transfers : Fayette Vaughn to-'- Martha Foster, 11' acres for $1,000. W. T. Broaddus to' W" Broaddus, 4 acres for $1,000. S. M. Turner to W. D- Broad dus, 6-10 acres for' $4,853. Erne Mellen.to R. T. Tudor, in terest in 53 acres for $800. Ann S. Mundayito T. C. Qien ault, 15 acres for $200. J. T. Reeves' to Wm. H. Wylie 113.14 acres for $26,590.25. C.' J. Turner to James Curls, 32 acres for $7,275.75. W. K. Price to Robert Whitak er, acreage not given, $6,500. -t Len Mulligan to Jrohn Owens, 1 1 to x oi'mb!-.'!;'.':"''-!' iu.io acres ior i,uj.o- Same to Gilbert Coffey, 11.92 acres for $1;430. Robert Webb to W. F. Henry, 1 acre for $500., , ... , C. B-i Blythe to Duerson ' and Ogg, 116.92 acres for $1' ($6 in stamps.) ' ' Burchell Wliliams to Charlie Singer, 19.58 acres for $1,447.50. Rose HowarcJ to J. M- Ander son, 10 acres for $S00. Master Commissioner to Harry White lieirs, 4 acres for $701. Master Commissioner to W. D. Broaddus, 71 acres, for $28,798. Master Commissioner to Jen nings and Colling, 70 acres for $6,-107.50- Master Commissioner to Ben nett and Cosby, 21 acres for $4, 323. - Master Commissioner to " Au burt. Burrus, 136.41 acres for $17,- 733.20. Mastpr 'Comsnisisfolier. ttii Geo. bamef-to,iimmett liurruSi izt.oq acres,: tor; .k&hh 1. Same to Bertha E. Moore, 86 'acre's 'far $7,595. .;. rf'K f ' i Knyn Lot transfers.' j;.' Kate Tudbr. t'o Jessie Williairis, ot in Richnfondr$720-"-- -- -R. K. Stone, and wife to Ed P. Million, trustee of F. II., Parrish, ot in Richmond, ,.$3,000, . , ; Florida H. Parrish to .F. 1. Bar- ! nes, lot.in4ichmondfci$p,.5PP. ' Annie C. Myers to J ."1". 'Reeves lot in Richmond, $5,350- C. H; BuTdette to Miss L. C. Bogie, lot in Berea, $200. Clyde Mahaffey to same, lot in Berea. $300.. J. May Yates to B- Current, lot in Richmond, $300. Mary Yates heirs to B. Current, lot in Rihmond, $720. Chas. T. Embry to B. Current, lot in Richmond, $300.. H. C. Rice to to MoseNelson lot Richmond, $1, ($1.50 in stamps) Mary Garrett to Catherine Blundschi, lot in Richmond, for $2,000. Joe Munday to Joe Cusick, lot in Valley View, $80. Amanda Broaddus to Joe Cu sick, lot in Valley View, $125. Andrew Isaacs to Estill Jones, lot in Berea $1 ($-150 in stamps). J. E. Dalton to A. D. Estridge lot in Berea, $2,350. - Master Commissioner to R- F. Emmons lot in Richmond, $1,672. Mrs. J. J. Powers to R. W. Nel son, lot in Richmond, $1 ($1.50 in stamps.) Grant E. Lilly to Annie C. My ers, lot in Richmond, $1,000. Mary M. Powell to Robert Mil lion, lot in Richmond, $300 in MARKETS ARE CLOSING Poor offerings of tobacco at Lexing ton Monday caused low averages on the local market, the prices ranging from 5c to 69c a pound. Two ware houses closed for the season and sev eral more of the remaining fifteen arc expected to close this week, except for storage purposes. (The Bourbon Tobacco Warehouse Company sold 31,900 pounds of tobac co for an average of $43.16 Monday. The last sale of the season wll be held next Frday. i s theS - -'ofliresGn i ji'i-l ;!i 511 , :? Fabric, All-Weather Treacl.-. Z J 1. . 1; nun , r THE RICHMOND "bKK COMPANY est irroauetion ... ars Alone We call attention not so much to the size of this average daily production as to the extent of the effort we put into the making 'of these 30x3-, 30x3V2, and 31x4-inch sizes. " ' " ' r The separate factory we have devoted to their manufacture is not only the largest of its kind in the world, but it makes fully effective that experience and resourcefulness which have produced the tires most popular on the higher-priced cars. No tires bearing the Goodyear name contain a higher relative value than these tires for Ford, Chevrolet, Dort, Maxwell and other cars requiring the sizes mentioned. If you own one of these cars, go to the near est Goodyear Service Station Dealer for these tires and for Goodyear Heavy Tourist Tubes. He has them. Goodyear Heavy Tourist Tubes are thick, stron?? tuWs that reinforce casings properly. Why risk a good casing with a cheap tube? Goodyear Heavy Tourist Tubes cost little more .303 Goodyear Single-Cure' -gQ tnan tubes of less merit. 30 x 3V2 size in water- a ?n Fabric, Ami-Skid Tread: J. J'Li proof bag.J. :l ; 4 W. S. Taylor, a D. - Graduate of Needles In stitute of Optometry. Eyes tested and glasses accuratelyp fitted, j We do repair work. Cjce in Dixie Inn Clij. ; ii 3 7:0 SELLS THE FAMOUS GOODYEAR TIRES AND HAS ALL SIZES INSTOCK. ORDER YOURS TODAY. N OLD KENTUCKY A postoffice has been establish ed at Willow Tree, Estill county, near Ravenna, with . Albert G. Tuggle as postmaster. The Pennagrade Oil Company will immediately begin construc tion of 29 miles of 10-inch piping trom uarrett to i'amtsvule, in Johnson counfy, which will be the major artery of outlet for exten- ivc gas holdings- ' Catherine Kilbourne, of Perry count)', who had served months in jail at Hazard on a charge of using foodstuffs for distilling pur poses, was released on remittance of the remainder of a 12-months sentence . by President Wilson. Kilbourne is in failing, health. A committee of Souh Elkhorn citizens, neighbors of little Gene va Hardman, raped and murdered by Will Lockett, will go to Eddy- ville to witness the execution of the negro early Thursday morn At Elizabethtown W. R. You- tnan was fined $50 for violation of the prohibition act, and the court ordered 31 gallons of whiskv found in his possession to be de stroyed by the jailer. Services of two Grant county physicians were necessary to save the family of Stanley Bailey, far mer, all members Having suffered ptomaine poisoning from . ice cream made at home- "At London Harry Gregory, gro cer, lost a leg, in the Southern Motor Co.'s fire, and is suffering considerable inconvenience- He had jot sent the member to the shop, to have a joint repaired. ' Chas. Hungate, 70, farmer, and Mrs.' Stallard Hungate, 21, his daughter-in-law, died at the same hour, of pneumonia in Mercer county. U. S. engineers have been or dered to make a survey of. the South Fork of the Kentucky river from Beattyville to Oneida, to de termine the cost of proposed locks Vast timber and mineral resourc es would be liberated-1 No physician could e secured when Wm. Wood fell and broke his arm in Carroll county, so his daughter set the' bones- Surgeons say it will not have to be reset. Jimmy Ellen Barr, 5, or Carlisle was shot in the corner of her eye with and air rifle in-the hands of a little companion, but the ball of the eye was not pierced, and physicians be lieve she will not lose vision. ' In a game of basket ball at Centre College Edward Didddle, team cap tain, was thrown against the wall and his left foot broken. He will not be able to participate in remaining games of the season. Rev. Milton S. Weber resigned , as pastor of the Presbyterian church at Lawrenceburg and will move to Lebanon to take charge of a church April 1. CHAS. 8. YOUNG Architect Lexington, Kentucky 225 West Short Street A HOC SAVER XHEER UP!1 WA3 IN YOUR. F! tAST C.- . . un i nrwt AT MP NOW! WHAT CURED ME?-, WHY Dr MEDICATED TRICK. II' 1 ' 3 ..- The Miss and the Matron are Both Calling for the New Sport Coats Tuxedo collars, the three: quarter length and bell sleeves seem to be preddtninating characteristics of the popular sports coat. v.' ; " . Worn with the early spring novelty skirt or later in. the season .with the fancy silk skirt, it becomes a charming and necessary addition to your wardrobe. This Wooltex model of Silvermix Velour Is a good representative of mapy sports coats. . And even a sports coat becomes a tailormade in its carefulness of tailoring, if it bears the Wooltex label. McKEFS - v Hie Ladies Store 1 '