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TO BE HELD AT NORMAL SCHOOL, RICHMOND, KY., WEEK OF OCTOBER 5-9, 1914
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WILL ENTERTAIN THE SCHOOL CHILDREN OF THE COUNTY ON MONDAY, OCTOBER 5th CHILDREN'S DAY
Speakers During The Week
State Supt. H. P. Sharkey, of West Virginia, State Supt. Barksdale Hamlett, of Kentucky, State Supervisor T. J. Coates, Pres. H. H. Cherry, Mr. James Speed, Supt. Darnaby Dr. A. T. McCor-
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FRANK LESLIE RUSSELL
Office: Oi.phah Building
Accounts collected All business given
prompt and courteous attention.
Baled Hay Fcr Sale.
Lot of first-class, timothy hay for sale.
II. C. PierratU Phone 91-R. 6 4t
In order to wind up a pamership, we
w ill otrer for sale privately the residence
owned by us on the Summit. The house
Juts all modern improvements and is de
fcirble in every way. Baxter & Bald
i in. 7 4t
Music Pupils Wanted.
1 am soliciting a class in piano and vo
cal music, lessons to be given at my
iiome on North street. For further par
ticulars apply to Miss Mary Traynor.
Phone CIO. 4-4l
We have several varieties of good seed
wheat for sale. Our choice is the well
known Baldwin Wheat, raised here and
adapted to Madison county soil. Re
cleaned and ready to sow. The Madison
Insurance Company Sues
Eight suits have been filed by the
Henry Clay Fire Insurance Co. against
as many citizens of Irvine, for sums ag
gregating $4,500. The suits are for al
leged indebtedness in- non-payment of
notes, and the United American Insur
ance Co. is named as one of the defend
ants in each of the suits as the endorser
of each of the notes. The defendants
named and the amounts of the suits are
as follows: E. P. Campbell, 1250; O. W.
Witt, 1500: W. P. Wi'liams. 1750; R. M.
Garrett. $520; W. D. Richardson, $500;
Geo. B. Williams, $500; C. W. Sale $250;
C. Marcum, two for $500 each. The
notes bear interest from various dales in
April and June. 1912, and this brings the
total amounts of the suits to approxi
mately $4,500. O'Rear aud Williams, of
Frankfort, are attorneys for the plaintiff.
FOLEY QTHAEIIC TIETS
Keep Stomach Sweet - Liver Aflivc-Bweb Beftlar
Mrs. Robt. Guyp is on the sick list.
Mrs. Mary Fox, of Danville, is visiting
Mrs. Fannie Francis.
Drs. W. L. Carman and II. J. Patrick
and Conn Asher have been on a fishing
triD on Rockcastle river.
J. W. Creech, of the Berea Telephone
Co., is building a telephone office on the
Madison side of our town.
Walnutta Methodist church will be
gin a protracted meeting on the third
Sunday of October. The Presbyterians
at Old Paint Lick will also begin a re
vival service at the same time.
Miss Mania Woods has returned to
Sim Ilarve Ralston left for Louisville
to take a business course.
Mrs. W. F. Parks and daughter. Miss
Jessie, have returned from Louisville
with a full stock of millinery and had
Our corn mill runs every day and you
can get your turn ground promptly and
also get the best meal you have ever
used. Try us next lime. Madison Mill
ing Co. - 6-2t
Farm For Rent
I will rent my farm of 163 acres on the
Lancaster piKe, near Caleasl for 1915; 35
or 40 acres in grass, balance corn and to
bacco. Apply to Miss Nannie Ballard,
at Miss Bettie Ballard's, on Second St.
Pupils on the honor roll for the third
month of the Forrest Hill school are as
Franklin Million, Ellen Million, Pattie
Wells, Mattie Wells.
Myrtle Dalton, Teacher.
While walking in his yard Sunday,
Mr. John Duerson, who lives on Oak,
this city, slipped and sprained his ankle.
Ie was carried into his home and surgi
cal aid given. lie is doing nicely and
his many friends hope for a speedy re.
The County Clerk has issued the fol
lowing marriage licenses since our last
George W. Perkins, of Baldwin, to
Miss Ollie Masters, of Edenton.
Robert Newton Burrus to Miss Esther
Curry, both of Baldwin.
Stand For Something.
While they may differ from you, yet
the world admires a man who stands
out for something. The individual who
does not do this commands little res
peel from his fellow man. The Climax
gives every man his right of opinion,
whether it coincides with its way of
thinking or not, and we expect the same
The Battle ot Armageddon,
The Lnd of The World.
"Woe to the inhabiters of the earth
and of the sea; for the Devil is come
down unto you, having great wrath, be
cause he knoweth be hatu but a snort
time. Rev. 12, 12.
What does it all Jiean!
Six christian nations plunging into
war, devastating the whole of Europe.
In a moment, almost without premo
nition, millions oi men on Hie continent
have become frenzied, and with wild
eyes, with bestial thirst for blood, and
with savage yells, are rushing to rip
their brothers' bowels out.
Women are rushing' from beseiged
and burning cities with little babies in
their arms, and iittle, cold, hungry.
tired boys and girls, hardly old enough
to walk, trying to keep up.
Poverty stares millions in the face.
Natural affections already blotted out,
and their places being taken by strange,
cruel lusts and passions.
It is as if the Devil and all bis Angels
have taken complete possession of Eu-
Your Car Will Be
Washed and Polished
properly II ERE. We won't wash it
when its hot and spoil the nnisn neuuer
will we scratch it by using too much
.., nrMnri in washing off the dust.
vraf.hl soans will be used and exact
ing care taken in every detail of the
work. We want YOU to try us-wny
5 Washings for $250
Richmond Auto Co.
PnOKES Day 631 Night 855
Garage Corner B and WTater Streets
See That You Register.
Don't forget that Tuesday, October 6,
is registration day. Every good citizen
should register for the Senatorial and
Congressional races and qualify himself
Card of Thanks.
We wish to express our sincere thanks
to our neighbors and friends for their
kindness to us during the sickness and
death of our dearly beloved baby, and
for the many Jacautiful floral offerings.
Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Larkin.
"We would make it better, but we
can't" MARY FLOUR!
"We could make it cheaper, but we
won't MARY FLOUR! 6 2t
Tomorrow, Thursday, at 10 a. m., W.
M. Pitcher, of Waco, will offer for sale
at his place a number of high-grade cat
tle. Next Tuesday, Oct. 6, at 10 a. m., M.
B. White will sell his farm of' 53 acres,
located on the Silver Creek and Mene
luss pike, about seven miles from this
Don't forget the sale tomorrow, Oct.
8th, of the 294 acres, all in grass, situat
ed two and a half miles from Richmond,
on the Barnes' Mill pike the M. F. En
Mr. Tony Perkins and Miss Maude
Vaughn, popular young people of ihis
city, stole a march on their numerous
friends last week. They had apparently
been good friends for some time, but
this seeming friendship was more deep
ly seated than most people supposed.
Thursday they hied themselves to Lex
ington and were married in the parlors
of the Phoenix Hotel. They returned to
Richmond that night and have been
showered with congratulation. The
bride is an attractive brunette and the
oldest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. T. C.
Vaughn, who reside on Broadway, this
city. For the past three years she has
been bookkeeper a.nd stenographer for
the Richmond Coal & Supply Co., of
which her father is general manager.
She is a most charming young lady and
decidedly popular with all who know
her, and the groom is to be congratu
lated on winning the heart and hand
of such a fair lady. Indeed, she is a
a most worthy helpmeet. The groom is
a valued employe in the general offices
of the L. & A. Railroad Company, this
city. He is a promising young man and
held in high esteem by his employers.
He is a favorite with'all who know him,
and worthy of his fair bride. The Cli
max joins a legion of friends in wishing
Mr. and Mrs. Perkins bon voyage on the
Robert N. Burrows and Miss Esther
Curry, both of the Bethel neighborhood,
wete married last Saturday afternoon at
at the home of the officiating minister,
Rev. O.-J. Young.
BLUEHRASS FARM FOR SALE
Thursday, Oct. 8
at 10 O'clock A. M.
L will offer rf or sale at public outcry one of the best
Blue Grass farms in Kentucky.
294 Acres All in Grass
Land will produce Tobacco, Corn, Wheat, Hemp or
any other crop. Well fenced and well watered, four
natural springs and one fine pond on the place. Farm
is never without an abundance of water. Locustposts
on the place enough to amply take care of it Young
orchard now bearing. Farm is 2 1-2 miles from Rich
mond on Barnes Mill pike and in splendid neighbor
hood with schools and churches convenient.
Twelve Room Dwelling on the Place
One of the best frame dwellings in the county and in excellent repair.
Splendid cisteru at the door. , .
I will sell the above in two tracts of about an equal amount, and then
as a whole, the way bringing the most money will1e accepted. .
TERMS One-third cash, bance on terms to suit purchaser. Posses
sion given January L 1915, with privLege of cultivating prior to that time.
For particulars address
M. F.' BMMGHT .
PHONE 91-5 Long Tom Chenault, Auct.' RICHMOND, KY.
Mr. and Mrs. T. K. Hamilton are re
joicing over the arrival of a 14-pound
son at their home, born Sunday, 27th.
The little man has been named T. K.,
Tuesday October 6th, will be registra
tion day. If you fail to register you will
lose your vote in the November election.
Mr. D. Willis Kennedy, of the firm of
Kennedy Bros., the East Main street
grocers, met with a most painful acci
dent last Wednesday night. Mr. Ken
nedy was the last person to leave the
store and, as he came out the door, he
noticed a large bunch of banannas hang
ing outside. Inr carrying it in the store
he had the misfortune to fall, thereby
badly irjuring his back, loins and legs.
He was confined to his room until Sun
day, when he made his first appearance
on the streets, badly damaged but still
in the ring.
The game Saturday last between the
Eastern Normal and the Stanford High
School football teams resulted in defeat
for Eastern. The game was closely con
tested from the beginning of the first
half to the close of the second, the final
score' stand ing 7 to 6 in favor of Stan
ford. The latter has for the past three
seasons met but one defeat, and while
they are a much lighter eleven, they
have what Eastern cannot have contin
uous team work and practice Eastern
will give a better account of herself be
fore the season is over, it is predicted by
Richmond is Treated To A
Glimpse of Fifth Ave.
The fashion display by means of liv
ing models, as shown in the windows of
W. D. Oldham & Co.'s store on Monday
night, was a treat indeed. Not only was
the handiwork of the modestes' art beau
tiful, but the method of display was
more than entertaining and unique.
Daintily stepping in the show windows,
these ladies displayed to the dense crowd
that overflowed the sidewalk and packed
the street in front of the store copies of
imported models, creations thatemenat
ed from the work-rooms of Worth, Pa-
quin and Paul Poiret, of Paris. Of par
ticular mention was a creation f Poi
rel's, namely, a solid black costume,
cutaway, in front, with long,, plaited
poplin and fur-trimmed collar. A vel
vet dress, with semi-basque effect, crea
ted quite an impression. Richmond
should feel gratified at the progressive
spirit shown by Mr. Oldham in giving
her people such an entertaining and
distinctive a treat.
At Opera House.
Tonight, Wednesday, a Broncho 2-part
feature, "Shorty, the Adairville Ter
ror," the Shorty series, an American 1
roel, featuring Wm. Garwood and Viv
ian Rich; "In Love," a "story of domes
tic life, played with snap and ginger,
and a Majestic 1-part frontier drama,
"A Red Man's Heart." ' .
"The Million-Dollar Mystery," 8th ep
isode: "The Wiles of Women" and "Our
Mutual Girl" visits the old home and
kindergarten: a Keystone comedy with
Fatty, entitled "Those Happy Days."
See Fatty do a few stunts for the girls
A Kav Bee 2 part drama, "The Sheriff
of Bisbee," a beauty film, with Margaret
Fisher, "Her Really Mother," exploit
ing ihe psychology of love, and every
parent should see this production; Reli
ance 1-reel comedy of the jewelers trade,
entitled "Izzy and The Diamond," one
of the Izzy Izzers!
A Reliance 2-part drama of the city
Dolice department, entitled "The Sav
ings of Young Anderson;" an American
1-reel. with Ed Coxen and Winifred
Greenwood, "The Blue-Knot King of
Polo," and a Keystone comedy, "The
Great Toe Mystery;" and a 5 reel film to
be announced later. We are showing
the best pictures that hava ever been
shown in this city and have the best or
chestra outside the larger cities in the
8tate. Our pictures are properly "cued"
Two shows every night 7:15 and 8:30.
Admission lOo. Come early and hear
the opening overture.
fZJt BACJUCH1 KIDNEYS AX3 BLADDER
Wilson Lndorses Beckham
President Woodrow Wilson considered
the Maine election so important in its
relation to National Politics that at his
personal request Senator Ollie James
madr a number of speeches in that
ijtate. Congressman Barkley, of Ken
tucky, was also on the stump in Maine
and a number of other powerful friends
of the administration lent their efforts
to promoting the Democratic cause. The
success of the Democratic ticket in
Maine was most gratifying to President
Wilson, as it was to Democrats every
where. There is an old saying "That as
Maino goes, so goes the Union." and it
is certain as anything can be in politics,
that as Maine has gone this year, so will
the whole Union go this year over
President Wilson is as much interest
ed in the election of two Democratic
Senators in Kentucky this year as he
was in the Maine election. At the meet
ing of the Democratic State Central and
Executive Committees in Louisville re
cently, a telegram was received by Sen
tor James from President Wilson urging
the election of Beckham and Camden to
the Senate. It is absolutely necessary
that the Democratic vote in the Senate
be strengthened and that the work of
administration be.upheld. The loss of
a Democratic Senator at this time would
be disastrous to the Democructic party,
and realizing the gravity of the National
situation the Preside!. I is taking a per
sonal interest in the Kentucky campaign
He has said to his friends that he
would be glad to make a speech in Ken
tucky for the ticket, but on account of
the International complications, he has
decided not to make any public address
es at this time. A little later, however.
be will issue several statements, setting
forth the work done by the Democratic
administratson aud appealing to the peo
ple of the whole country to support him
and his party iu the patriotic work they
Governo Beckham and Senator Cam
den stand shoulder to shoulder with the
President on all public questions. Sen
ator James has done a giant's work in
fighting the President's battles in the
Senate and has had excellent support
from Senator Camden. When Senator
Camden's term expires, Governor Beck-
bam will be ready to co-operate with the
President in solving those great prob
lems thai now confront the party and
Every Democrat in Kentucky should
go to the polls in November and cast his
vote for Governor tseckham and Senator
Camden and thus endorse that great
statesman and patriot Woodrow Wil
Sweet Clover Seed, white and yellow,
bi ennial variety. Write for sample and
price. R. E. Purdy, Falmouth, Ky. 6 2
Happenings At The Normal
The first meeting of the Faculty Club
was held on Monday night at the home
of President Crabbe and it proved a
splendid beginning of the year's wortc.
The department of Psychology was in
charge for the evening and the papers
and discussion? were both scholarly and
interesting, Dr. McDougle presented
"Types of Mental Imagery," Prof. Stoti
followed with a master production on
"The Psychology of; Modern Literary
Tendencies," and Madame Piotrowska
closed the programme with a paper on
"A Psychological Interpretation of Char
acter." The parlors of the President's resi
dence were profusely decorated with
autumn leaves and dahlias of many col
ors, which were arranged most artistic
ally by Mrs. Crabbe. This gracious
hosstess also served exceedingly palpa
table refreshments in the way of dainty
cakes, ice cream and coffee.
The Parent Teachers' Association held
its first meeting on Friday, when the
following officers were elected: Presi
dent, Mrs. William Park; Vice-President,
Mrs. C. A. Vaught; Secretary, Miss May
Mr. Paul Greenamyer, Principal of
the High School, was introduced to the
Association by President Crabbe, e.icb
of the gentlemen making a few appro
priate remarks. A pleasant social lime
followed and light refreshments were
A Reminiscence of Mr. Amos
Editor Climax: In the last issue of
your paper I saw the notice oi the death
of Mr. Amos Willis on the ICth inst., at
the age of 91 years. The notice carries
me back to the days of my boyhood. I
went to school to Mr. Willis out at the
old Log Cabin school house. It was the
winter of 1S59. I remember Mr. Willis
as a fine teacher. He boarded at the
home of Col. Rube Mundy and passed
through our meadow every morning and
evening. 1 remember some of the bovs
who went to the same school John and
Jim Parks, Jim Moore, Ben Moberly and
others. Great changes have taken place
since then. In reading the Climax I see
only a few familiar names that were
known to me when I was a boy.
I wish you would publish this, that
his people may see it.
Thanking you in advance, I am,
J. A. Cox, Lamar, Mo.
Eight or nine days ago, on the pike be
tween Richmond and Fort Estill, a la
dy's black coat (part of a suit.) Return
to Climax office and get reward. 6-2t
ipr y -r. Ill
f uniMiiT"' .
We lare alwayatned to be just CttU aKeaJ
of the other fellow in the general equipment of
our More. Aa an evidence of thadeaire to akor
the newest and only the best of everything, we
gladly recommend to users of ink
T tl H-W
JL UllUl till
and Fountain Pen
-the newest member of the Carter's las family.
Pencraft Ink write a blue and dries a jet black.
It is especially brilliant, smooth and permanent.
Come ia and let es show you the new Cadet mk
bottle with the new flow-ceotroller.
Following is Monday's program of the
Maduon County School Conference,Chil
dren's Day, October 5, 1014:
The Sunday School and The Day
School Rev. E. B. Barnes.
Nature Stories James Speed.
Violin Solo Miss McKee.
Folk Dance Miss Ileverlo.
Graduation Address to Common School
Graduates Prof. Stott.
In the afternoon the chil Iren of the
County Schools will be entertained by
the Richmond Commercial Club with
Prizes to Common School pupils will
be given for the best gingham apron;
the best dozen beaten biscuit; the best
product map of Madison county; the
best composition on local subieel; the
best piece of manual work, as chicken
coop or bird box; the best oral speller.
The County School bringing the larg
est number of pupils, based on enroll
ment, will be given a district library
valued at $15.
Fall Suits Have Arrived
To see these these new garments is to know that never
before have we shown their equal our word: "We honestly
believe they are the best loooking suits we have ever shown.
The quality, the patterns and particularly the styles can
only be fully appreciated by seeing with your own eyes.
Dull Colors in New Hats
for Men and Boys
It seems as though the new shades
were made to blend with nature's
autumn colors. But the shades
are not the only pleasing feature
the styles are even more pleas
ing. And pleasingness here comes
in attractiveness. The windows
show a few of the latest ones.
A Feature of tbe Whole Store
Shoes for All
The wave of style changes in receding has left many new
things in shoes for Fall. We've selected from a wide varie
ty of the best,the ones that we thought would please the
ladies and men nere. We had in mind your tastes when we
purchased. Now by coming here you can learn how well we
have provided for them. A few of the styles we thought
would please you are displayed in our window3