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THE CLIMAX-MADISONIAN, WEDNESDAY, JUNE 30, 1915
PONY CONTEST BEGINS
This store is one of the
who are conducting the
Shetland Pony Contest
to begin June 25. We
give votes with every
purchase. Start now to
Hot sweltering days won't worry
of these light weight styles The
V. D. and Poros Knit
Price 50c to
J. S. STANIFER
IN VAKI ABIjT IN ADVANCE.
For Slate and District Offices $15 00
For County Offices 10 00
For City and County Dist. Oflices. 5 00
We are authorized to announce that
the following persons are Democratic
candidates for the offices under which
their names appear, to be voted for at
the primary elections in August 1915
STATE AND DISTRICT OFFICES.
Primary August, 1915.
H. H. Colyer.
, Circuit Court Judge.
VV. R. Shackelford.
J. M. Benton.
B. A. Crutcher.
FOR STATE SENATOR
N. B. Turpin
John F. White.
Walter Q. Park
Frank Leslie Russell
For Circuit Clerk.
James W. Wagers.
Hugh M. Samuels
W. L. Leeds
Primary, August 1917.
Long Tom Chenault.
G. W. Trim Deatherage .
P. S. Whitlock.
Clias. S. Rogers
O. W. Dearenger.
W. F. Jarman.
J. W. Barclay.
Jerry B. Chambers.
Cyrus T. Stone.
J. S. Gott
An eleven pound boy arrived at E. V.
Severe hail and wind storm visited
eastern half Richmond injuring gardens.
It extended several miles in the country
Friday night at Silver Creek Hon. A.
T. Chenault silverite, and Charles
Waller goldite, debated the question
and the Judges decided for Waller.
The bridge at Drowning Creek washed
out. The water was within two feet of
the floor and was about 200 yards wide.
E. W. Wiggins planted 8 acres of
beans on the T. C. Bronston place.
M iss Ida Cobb Waco, and C. D. Mun-
dy, of Huntington, W. Va., were mar
Arthur Terrill and Miss Nannie Settles
married at the residence of Alexander
Todd. Rev. Boatman officiating.
George Phelps Sr. died Suddenly.
Col. Wm. Harris died suddenly dur
ing the night.
Kentucky Federation of Women's
Clubs met at Madison Institute.
Democalio County Convention met
J. Stone Walker, chairman; C. L. Sear
cy, Secretary; C. E. Woods and French
Tipton assistant Secretaries.
Miss Julia Higgins, Humington; Mrs.
T. S. Hagan, Lexington; Dr. and Mrs.
Holton. Newport, R. I ; Dr. J. M.
Miss Minnie Vail with Mrs. Robt. Mil
ler; Mesdames Ames and Flint, of Den
ver, with Mrs. T. D. Chenault; Misses
Saufley and Duncan, Miss Logan; Miss
Dobbs, Miss Crow; Miss Payne, Mrs. J.
A Mitake Made By Many.
Don't wait for rheumatism to indicate
diseased kidneys. When you suffer
pains and aches by day tnd sleeD dis
turning bladder weakness by night, feel
tired, nervous and rundown, the kidneys
and bladder should be restored to heal
thy, strong and regular action. It is i
mistake to postpone treatment. Foley
Kidney Pills put the kidneys in sound,
healthy condition and keep them acti
and strong. Begin taking today. Good
results follow the first dose. Sold
everywhere. adv. ju
I From Climax Files M
Coatless and vestless days
are at hand and this
means that your shirts
must be "right" In ma
terials, in style, in fit and
in patterns, you will find
a right" selection here
$1 to $5
with the large low collar attached
is the ideal shirt for sports and
$1 to $1.50
you if you are clad in any
Munsenwear, all styles, B.
$3 a suit
POLITICIANS WHO CAPITALIZE
8TRIFE A MENACE TO
Neglect of Agricultural and Industrial
Opportunities a National Crime.
By Peter Radford.
There never was a time in the his
tory of this nation when we needed
statesmen more or agitators less than
at the present moment. The oppor
tunities now afforded us on land and
sea demand the beet there is in state
craft and the possibilities that are con
fronting us call for national issues
that unite the people, build industry
and expand trade. The agricultural
and Industrial development of this
nation has suffered severely at the
hands of agitators who have sent
torpedoes crashing into the port side
of business and whose neglect of the
interests of the farmer makes them
little less than political criminals. We
want no more of these evil spirits to
predominate in government. Too long
their hysterical cry has sent a shiver
down the spinal column of industry.
Too long have the political agitators
capitalized strife, pillaged progress
and murdered opportunity. An indus
trial corpse is not a desirable thing,
a crippled business an achievement or
neglect an accomplishment about
which any representative of the gov
ernment has a right to boast
Issues that Breed Agitators Should be
The political agitator muBt be elim
inated from public life before thought
ful consideration can be given to a
constructive program In government.
The liquor question is the most pro
line breeding ground for agitators and
whether pro or anti, the hatch is
equally as undesirable. This article
is In no sense a discussion of the li
quor question but deals solely and by
way of illustration with the political
products of that issue. Other sub
jects will be dealt with in the order
of their importance.
In the history of our government
the liquor issue has never produced
a constructive statesman worth men
tioning and it never wilL It has sent
more freaks to Congress, Lilliputians
to the Senate and Incompetents to
office than any other political issue
under the sun.
The recent experience of the Eng
lish Parliament which lashed itself
into a fury over the liquor question
has a lesson that it is well for the
farmers of this nation to observe; for
the subject in some form or other is
constantly before the public for solu
tion and ofttlmes to the exclusion of
more important problems to the Amer
Too Many Political Drunkards.
Lloyd-George, the Prohibition leader
of Europe who led the prohibition fight
in England, has declared that he will
never again take a drink politically
and there are many American politi
cians pro and anti who would render
their country a service by climbing
on the water wagon or signing a pledge
of political temperance. Too often
our legislative halls are turned into
political bar-rooms and many of the
members become intoxicated on liquor
discussions. We have too many polit
ical drunkards pro and anti in our
public affairs. No one who is a slave
to the political liquor habit is quite
so capable of dealing with the bus!
ness affairs of government as the
sober and industrious. We have few
public men in this day who are strong
enough to resist the temptation of
strong drink politically and when the
demon Rum once becomes firmly en
trenched in the mind of a politician,
he is less capable of meeting the de
mands for constructive statesmanship
now confronting this nation.
We have in this country too many
red-nosed politicians both pro and
antL A "candidate with political deli
rium tremens, a preacher with politi
cal snakes in his boots and an agitator
drunk on the liquor question are the
saddeBt sights In civilization and they
should all be forced to take the polit
ical Keeley Cure.
It is far more important in govern
ment to make it easier for those who
toil to eat than to make it more dif
ficult for a few topers to drink. There
Is not one person in one hundred of
our rural population that ever touches
liquor but we all eat three times a
day; ...... . .
Bits of Byplay
By Luke McLuke
Copyright. 1815, the Cincinnati
"It says here that the sense of touch
Is the most delicate of the senses," re
marked the old fogy. "Do you believe
"Sure I - do." replied the grouch.
When you sit down on a tack you
can't see It, you can't hear It, yos
can't smell it, you can't taste it, but
you know it is there Just the same.'
Don't quit a task until you've won,
See that you play the game;
Just keep right on the jump, my son.
And you'll leap into fame.
. Paw Knows Everything.
Willie Paw, will you answer me a
Paw Yes, my. son. What is It?
Willie Could you describe a double
wedding as a four-in-hand tie?
Paw You go to bed. young man.
You are getting too gay.
"I saw Mrs. Henn today," said Mrs.
Gabb. "She has Just returned from
Florida, and she enjoyed the trip Im
mensely." "So did her husband," growled Mr.
But her husband didn't go with
her," exclaimed Mrs. Gabb.
I know it," replied Mr. Gabb.
There was an old fellow named Hopper
Who yelled: "Some one please call a cop
My wife's. tongue la wagging.
She's constantly nagging.
A cop might arrest It and stop herl"
It Would Make Anybody Sick.
James G. Lilly made a flying trip to
Hinto last week.
Hubert Harper made a flying trip to
Dunns to see bis best girl.
J. J. Bragg made a flying trip to
Jumping Branch last week.
Little Lucile Reed Is quite sick at
this writing. From an Exchange.
You never grin when' you get hit,
A hard punch always riles;
And, when your face Is broken. It
Does not break into smiles. .
Names Is Names.
Mrs. Virginia Negro is a white wo
'What is tire trouble, anyway?"
asked the boob who was reading the
"Spring fever, I guess," replied the
Things to Worry About.
There are no tabasco wells In Ta
One of the Minstrels.
The Baraca class will meet In its
new classroom in the First National
Bank building next Sunday morning.
Every man should be on time and en-
Joy the opening songs conducted by
Brother P. W. Yowler. Exchange.
Our Daily Special.
Some men always recognize their
duty in time to sidestep it.
Luke McLuke Says:
One reason why mother never has
the correct time in the house is be
cause father never thinks of winding
the clock until after he has put out the
lights and crawled in bed.
The trouble with standing In the hall
with your hand on the doorknob and
waiting for opportunity to knock is
that the fellows who knock, are either
book agents, collectors or Insurance
What is your Idea of a model -hus
band? Mine is that be should know
enough to put soap powder in the wa
ter before be washes the dishes.
The meanest man on earth Isn t the
fellow who steals candy from a blind
baby. He is the fellow who donates
money to establish a training school
for women orators.
Lots of men who have the courage
of their convictions haven't enough
courage to tell the truth to their wives.
Right now the girls do not seem to
care a hang what they are wearing on
their beads as long as they are wear
ing shoes with cloth tops on their feet
Father likes to have mother start in
and get dressed to go out because there'
Is a period of about ten minutes occu
pied in fixing her hair when she has
her mouth so full of hairpins that she
The man who won't take a dare has
never monkeyed with a buzzsaw.
When the children are attending
grammar school they ask so many
questions that father buys an encyclo
pedia and tries to answer them. And
a few years later when the children are
In high school they come home and
prove to father that he and the encyclo
pedia are both wrong.
The supreme court has decided that
a municipality, has the right to fix the
weight of a loaf of bread. Well, the
scale of weights for the loaf baked by
a bride for her hubby should range
from ten to twenty pounds.
The lnd wbo lies about his worldly
possessions In order to dodge paying
17 cents taxes every year is always
up in the front row and cheering loud
est when the old flag is waved, and
patriotism is on tap.
Em 15 YEARS, .
i IS 21 DAYS.
Astounding Cures Made By This Re
markable New Discovery.
Gentlemen: For some fifteen years I
was afflicted with eczema, covering my
arms, legs and face. I suffered so much
distress that I could not sleep. My face
was red and swollen, and covered with
dry, feverish scales. I was unable to at
tend to business for weeks at a time.
I bad about given up all hope when I
tried your remedy, Amolox. The first
application gave me relief so I could
sleep. After applying it for several davs
I was able to attend to business. After
thirty days my eczema entirely disap
pearea. James It. Uieby,
Amolox is the prescription of a phvsi
cian who used it with wonderful success
in bis private practice. Now. for the
first time offered for sale by the leading
Amolox Ointment will quickly banish
pimples on the race, black heads. -and all
minor skin troubles. Chronic cases of
Psoriasis, Salt Rheum, Tetter, that have
suffered for years, require both the Oint
ment and Solution toetfeota cure. Trial
size, 50c. Guaranteed and recommended
by Henry L. Perry, the druggist, adv
Wood's Wrestling Gyroscope
Also Ultraviolet Ray and Monorail Car Scheduled
For Popular Science Night at the
THE announcement for Popular Sci
ence Night on our forthcoming
Chautauqua here comprises a fea
ture strikingly Interesting, even start
ling, yet educational. Also It is widely
different from anything else ever given
on the Red path Chauta aquas.
Think of a two hours' demonstration
divided into three parts In which as
one feature a member of the audience
will wrestle with a twenty-eight pound
J. ' .
M0NTEAVTLLE WOOD, SCIENTIST AND IHTEDTOU.
gyroscope while It is running at a speed
of 3.000 revolutions a minute.
Then will come a demonstration of
the monorail car, a model car being ac
tually sent out in midair on a slack
wire above one of the aisles of the au
The producing of hand writing on the
canvas wall with a ray of light acting
as the crayon will cause another sur
prise throughout the tent.
These and other demonstrations will
be presented by Professor Montraville
Wood and daughter. Miss Alene Wood.
The subjects demonstrated are of
such a nature that the demonstrations
can be plainly seen from ail parts of
the large tent.
rrofessor Wood Is already well
known to scientists and Inventors
throughout this country. In fact, he is
one of America's foremost Inventors,
especially In the electrical field. The
patents which have been awarded to
him number nearly 100, the majority
of which are in practical use today.
In 1889 he was appointed district en
gineer of the Edison company for the
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MONTRAVILLE WOOD AND HIS MONORAIL CAR, CO MING
THE FOURTH NIGHT OF THE CHAUTAUQUA.
Pacific coast and in 1S80 was In charge
of the engineering department of the
North Pacific Exposition in Portland,
Ore., where the honor of opening the
exposition was bestowed oponfal
young daughter, Alene.
While Mr. Wood in 1904 was perfect
ing the process of welding copper at
the great works of the General E)ectrij
Company at Schenectady, N.'. T.. he be
came Interested la the gyroscopic ac
tions of large moving bodies developed
in the steam turbines built by this com
pany. For Assessor. '
Mr. J. S. Gott has annouueed - for As
sessor of Madison county. Mr. Gott is a
successful young merchant of Berea,
He is sober and industrious and attends
closely to business. He comes from a
long line of Democratis ancestry and is
himself a true blue Democrat. His
large family connections-, and friends
have been voters not office holdes, not
one has ever held office. He now asks
the Democrats of this county to give him
the office of Assessor, promising in re
turn that in the discharge of his duties
he will be fair to the county and to
every individual taxpayer in the assess
ment of his property. 19 if
Our Advice Is: v
When you feel out of sorts from consti
pation, let us say that if
do not relieve you, sea a physician,
because no other home remeay will.
Bold only by us, 10 cento.
Henry L. Perry. ..
Knowing that many had failed In
harnessing this enormous force did not
prevent him from carrying on his ex
periments, and Mr. Wood practically
has solved the problem of controlling
the processional movements of the gy
roscope. The wrestling match that Mr. Wood
exhibits at his lectures creates great
excitement and at the same time fur
nishes scientific and Instructive sport;
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Can you imagine anything more amus
ing than to see a man being thrown
around on the platform as though he
were a small rag doll by a gyroscope
only twenty-four inches In diameter
and weighing but twenty-eight pounds?
Also seeing one of these large gyro
scopes, which is lying down at an an
gle of 45 degrees, raise itself bodily
into the air. get up on its feet and turn
around, you cannot help but think that
there is something supernatural in its
A gyroscope when running at the
rate of 3,000 revolutions per minute
and standing perpendicular cannot be
pushed over and made to lie on its
side. Also a heavy weight placed on
one side of a gyro causes that side to
rise, therefore overcoming the law of
The ultraviolet ray Is produced by
taking alternating current and boosting
It to 25.000 volts, requiring one of the
most dangerous currents known today.
Professor Wood Is a good talker and
entertainer as well as a scientist.
Miss Alene M. Wood, Professor
Wood's only daughter, wbo has been
his coworker and assistant for several
years, 1 a graduate of a well known
musical college of Chicago, and is oth
erwise talented, taut there is nothing in
which, she so delights as scientific
work. The marvelous work that she
performs) with the ultraviolet ray has
given her the name of "Tamer of Elec
tricity.- Father and daughter handle
this ultra violet, ray as they would the
ordinary electric light. For a novice
to attempt it would mean certain
Constipation Cured Overnight.
A small dose of Po-Do Lax tonight
and you enjoy a full, free, easy bowel
movement in the morning- No griping.
for Po - Do - Lai is Podophylin (May
Apple) without the gripe. Po-Do-Lax
corrects the eause of Constipation by
arousing the Liver, increasing the flow
of bile. Bile is Natures antiseptic in the
bowels.' With proper amount of bile.
digestion in bowels is perfect. No gas,
no fermentation, no Constipation. Don't
be sick, nervous, irritable Get a bottle
of Po Do-Lax from vou Druggist now
and cure your Constipation overnight
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house, 9 rooms, 2 acres of land, good
large stable with room for 4 horses, bug.
gy-houss for two vehicles, coal bouse.
chicken house and all necessary out
buildings. Wm. Devore, Phones 649
and 94, Richmond, Ky. - 13-lf
Feed of all kinds delivered to any
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prompt and courteous attention.
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Office Second Street Richmond, Kt
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jilOHMOND, - KENTUCKY.
efface over !tate Bank A Trust Co., op
Meite Court House, on Main Street.
R. Emmett Million
Hncceasor to Burgia & Denny
OVER LANE'S JEWELRY STORE
Dr. H. J. Patrick
PAINT LICK, KY.
Harry M Blanton,
Office West Main Street Phone 19G
Dr. M. Dunn
In Diseases of EYE, EAR, NOSE
DR. CLARENCE D. HAWKINS
Office Main Street, over Middellon's
Drug Store. Telephone 406
Dr. W. G. Combs
Physician and Surgeon
Telephone Kirksville Exchange 21 2
Joe S. Boggs
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Sales Conducted In This and
Adiolnlng Counties at
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IRVINE ST. RICHMOND.KY.
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FIRE, ACCIDENT AND
L. & N. Time Table
No. 31 Cincinnati to Atlanta, arrives ana
departs 1152 p. m.
No. 71 Richmond to Stanford, departs
7:00 a. m.
No. 1 Louisville to Beattyville, arrives
12:10 p. nu, departs 12:15 p. m.
No. 37 Cincinnati to Knoxville, arrive
11:15 a. m., departs 12:15 p. m.
No. 33 Cincinnati to Jacksonville, arrive
and departs 11:19 a. m.
No. 27 Richmond to Louisville via. Row
land, departs 1255 p. m.
No. 3 Louisville to Beattyville, arrives
6:45 p. m., departs 735 p. m.
No. 9 Cincinnati and Maysville to Stan
" ford, arrives 7:25, departs 730 p. m
No.' 34 Atlanta to Cincinnati, arrives and
departs 4:15 a. m.
No. 10 Stanford to Cincinnati and Mays
ville, arrives 6:05 a. departs
6:10 a. m.
No. 2 Beattyville to Louisville, arrives
7:15 a. m., departs 720 a. m.
No. 28 Louisville to Richmond via. Row
land, arrives 12:10 p. m.
No. 38 Knoxville to Cincinnati, arrives
130 p. m., departs 1:45 p. m.
No. 70 Stanford to . Richmond, arrives
230 p. m. , .
No. . 4 Beattyville to Louisville, arrives
130 p. m departs 135 p. m.
No. 32 Jacksonville to Cincinnati, arrives
and departs 5:15.
No. 60 Sunday only, arrives 6:15 a.
departs 6:25 a. m.
No. 69 Arrives 11.-02 p. m.
Nos. 10. 2, 31, 37, 33, 37, 34, 28, 38, 32, are
daily tra!n3. Nos. 71, 9, 10. 2, 4,
70, daily except Sunday.
Nos. 33 and 32 are fast, solid through
trains, Cincinnati, Ohio, to Jacksonville)
Fla, carrying drawing-room, observation
sleeping cars and coaches. Dining car be
tween Cincinnati and Atlanta.
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of the Ford car make it the people's utility.
And they averagej only about two cents a
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Barring the unforseen, every retail buyer of
a new Ford car between August 1914 and
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The majority of people who use
the telephone are in a hurry. They
want to communicate quickly with
some one , and the slightest delay
is likely to cause impatience and
irritation. If a busy man waits a
few seconds for a response from
the operator when he is using the
telephone in haste, these seconds
seem like minutes. If he is told
that the line is busy it is likely to
exasperate him. If telephone
users could see the operators at
work while they are calling, or if
they could see how many others
are to be served at the same time,
as in the case of a bank or in a
store, the seconds that seem so
long would pass unnoticed.
Understand, however, our de
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when they use the telephone. TVe'
are "willing for any one to hold a'
stop-watch and record the time of j
any number of calls. The average
will show quick service, and it's
the average that counts. j
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the service you are receiving does
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we want you to report it promptly
to the manager. We will see that
the fault is corrected.
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