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THE CLIMAX-MADISONIAN WEDNESDAY, APRIL IS, 1917.
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ISN'T IT POSSIBLE FOR YOU TO DEPRIVE YOURSELF OF SOME
LIITLE UNNECESSARY EXTRAVAGANCE AND START A BANK AC
COUNT WITH THAT MONEY?
YOU WORKED FOR THAT MONEY IT IS YOURS; WHY LET IT
GO TO HELP SOME OTHER MAN'S FAMILY ?
IT IS SAFE IN OUR BANK. OUR BANK TAKES AN INTEREST IN
ITS DEPOSITORS AND HELPS THEM.
COME TO OUR BANK
State Bank & Trust Co.
UVER DIDN'T ACT
DIGESTION WAS DAD
Says CS year Old Kutackj lady, Who Tells How She Was Refiere.
. After a Few Doses of Black-Dranglii.
Metdonrnie, Kjjlln. Cynthia
Hlcxlnbottuua, of this town, eayi: "At
mr . which to 65. the liver does
not act ao well at when young. A few
jma ago. my stomach was all out of
fix. I waa constipated, my liver
didn't act My digestion wai bad, and
It took ao little to upset me. My ap
petlta waa gone. I was Terr weak. . .
I decided f would give Black
Draught a thorough trial as I knew It
was highly recommended for this
trouble. I began taking It I felt
better after a few doses. My appetite
Improved and I became stronger. My
bowels acted naturally and the least
trouble was soon righted with a few
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member, of every family, at times,
need the help that Black-Draught can
give In cleansing the system and re
lieving the troubles that come from
constipation. Indigestion, lazy liver,
etc. Ton cannot keep well unless your
stomach, liver and bowels are In good
working order. Keep them that way.
Try Black-Draught It acts promptly,
gently and in a natural way. If you
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Tou will feel fresh tomorrow. Price
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der an Act of Congress of 1875.
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No exceptions to anyone.
GRANT E. .LILLY. Editor and Mgr.
ANNA D. LILLY . Social Editor
Telephones 638 and 8
Compares Address of
Wilson With Lincoln's
Ottawa, Canada. "President Wil
son's message is one of the most im
portant contributions since Lincoln's
time to the literature of freedom and
democracy," Sir Wilfrid Laurier de
clared in a statement made here. "It
is greatly inspiring to the free people
of the world who are battling for the
rights of civilization against tyranny,
autocracy and maniacal efforts of
"The entrance of the largest denv
ocracy of the world into the arena
completely extinguishes any fleeting
hope of victory that Germany may
have foolishly held, and if, as I hope
and believe, it tends to shorten the
conflict, it is a great humanitarian
"To the Canadian people the event
is one of very considerable import
ance. It means that the people of
the North American continent will
fight shoulder to shoulder in a com
mon cause and from that we may
naturally expect closer friendship and
sympathies with all the benefits that
will flow therefrom.
"The President's action will carry
all the more weight because it was
not dictated by sudden impulse. It
was the deliberate expression of what
had become an imperative duty. Like
Lincoln in the summer of 1862 who,
tho resolved to abolish slavery, calm
ly submitted to many clamorous re
bukes from impatient abolitionists
and waited for the most opportune
moment, the President also waited,
and he has now the proud satisfac
tion of unanimous support from all
sections of the American people, the
German element not excluded.
"As to the language of the Presi
dent it is on the highest level, both
in thought and in expression, and is
simply beyond praise."
How to Help Nail
Up a Church Door
Nail No. 1. Do not go to church
when the weather is too warm a
close atmosphere is not beneficial to
bodily health; your spiritual health
will suffer through sympathy.
Nail No. 2. Do not go to church
when the weather is too cold; there is
no money except for the doctor in
church drafts. Remember, that peo
ple are more liable to get cold in a
church than elsewhere.
Nail No. 3. Be sure to be late. If
you do not impress people with your
importance, you may with your ap
pearance. On that account take a
front seat, scowl because the service
has begun then pray.
Nail No. 4. Take an interest in
everything but the service; the minis
ter and choir will attend to that, that
is what they are there for. Take suf
ficient interest to notice all mistakes
and tell them to everybody.
Nail No. 5. Be sure to put the
smallest piece of money possible in
the plate. This will give you the
right to find fault to an unlimited
Nail No. 6. Don't fail to forget the
hour of meeting for church work.
This is very encouraging to the min
ister. Find fault with everything
that has been done and refuse to do
anything because you are not at the
head of it, or, at least, have not been
consulted. If the venture is a suc
cess, then say: "Look what we have
done." If it is a failure, say, "I had
nothing to do with it."
Nail No. 7. Be sure and tell the
minister his faults. Let it be known
far and wide that he will not compare
favorably with his predecessor; it will
surely come to his ears. Humble
him if you can; he may be getting
Nail No. 8. On no account send
the minister word when you are ill.
He should know all about it It is
enough to send for the doctor. After he
calls tell him you were ill, and how
he neglected you.
Nail No. 9. Arrange all of your
baptisms, weddings, funerals, etc.,
without consulting the minister. He
has no right to make engagements
that will conflict with your arrange
ments, and if he has made them, he
should break them for you.
SCRATCHED 10 YEARS
HEALED IN ONE WEEK
Finally Cured by Using
One Dollar Bottle of
One bottle of Amolox cured me. For
ten years I suffered with eczema of
the scalp, my head belnx covered with
males and scabs. 1 tried everything
recommended and everything adver
tised without relief until I bouKht a
bottle of Amolox. It relieved the itch
Ins; at once and one bottlo entirely
cured my eczema. I heartllv and
cheerfully recommend It to all suf
ferers of this horrible disease.
JAMES W. SEWARD,
Amolox Ointment alone will quick
ly banish pimples, blackheads and
take out all redness of the skin and
cure most forms of skin disease. Bad.
chronic cases of Kczrma, l'soriasis.
Tetter, that have lasted for years,
yield more quickly when both oint
ment and liquid are used.
Send postal for free sample to Amo
lox Laboratories, YounRBtown, Ohio.
Try Amolox today. Trial size BOe.
ff it fails to do what Is claimed of It
money will be cheerfully paid back by
IL L. Perry & Son, Richmond, Ky.
The pass word in this market is
"Topnotch Quality." You will nev
er be disappointed with any pur
chase in this shop. A telephone
order receives the same courte
ous consideration as a personal
CULTON'S MEAT MARKET
Choice Meats, Poultry
Telephone 125 West Main
With the election only a few
months off it is high time that the
candidates were shelling the woods.
Ought to put up a few cards on trees
fence posts and other public places.
But what is better than this is put
your ad. in this paper and tell the
people what you intend to do for
them. The people want to know for
what you stand. If you are standing
only for the office and salary, then
they don't want you. Such a man is
high at any old salary.
Popular Couple Wed
The marriage of Miss Gertrude
Rose, of Lexington, to Mr. William
Crutcher, of Winchester, took place in
Lexington Wednesday morning. Af
ter a few days in Louisville the cou
ple will return to Lexington and la'
ter will be at home on the groom's
farm on Muddy Creey pike in this
ounty. The bride formerly lived in
A'inchester and is popular and attrac
ive. The groom is a son of Hon. B.
V. Crutcher and Mrs. Crutcher, and is
i young man of sterling character.
(Tie Democrat joins a host of friends
n extending best wishes and congrat
dations. Winchester Democrat.
The groom is a son of Common
wealth's Attorney Ben A. Crutcher,
and has many friends and relatives
in Richmond and Madison county.
with whom we join in extending
From Weak and Lame
To Well arA Strong
Trv them. Foley Hidntr Till wlli
'o f.r eiinr men f.nd women quick.
!v ' hat they Lavs douu tor Mrs.
"i ast year, I got almost down wltl
my tack," wtius ilri. JL T. fctrayng;
cf Gainesville. Ua., 1U No. S. "I uf.
fered from lntlai.ima.ion cf theculadf
-r, arj wlieiibvf- J j'.oitmj'I dortbrln
I icrew worse. 1 tri-jU Foley Kidney
i'ilu, a:,d after taking them awhile
my bladJer a: lion became regular and
he fcUngins; scnsution ulsapptared. 1
-ia dow stronger in my back than 1'va
heea for several years, and air.ee Ret
ting well, 1 va stayed well uil UtA
no return of the trouble."
Start In dot to use Foley Kidney
Pills. Tou will feel an Imprcvement
from the very first doses, showing
how quickly they act on kidneys and
bladder. They stop irregular urinary
action, ease pain In back and aides,
ilm'utr up stiff Joints and aching; mus
cle's. They put the kidneys and blad
der In tounU, JitaJUiy condition. Try
At the Front
Since the advent of the United
States into the great world war, much
courage and renewed vigor seems to
have permeated the ranks of the al
lied forces, and in France, England
and Russian great ovations and dem
onstrations have been accorded this
country by those nations now engag
ed in a death struggle to free them
selves from the cruel, ruthless and in
human grasp of autocratic power and
force. A number of South American
countries nearly all of them since
the proclamation of war issued by
this country, have severed diploma
tic relations with Germany, and those
countries which stand out as neutrals,
according to reports, are most friend
ly to the United States and fully rec
ognize the justiceness of her acts.
Messages coming from abroad, state
that the American flag is now being
carried by the armies of France and
floats serenely from many buildings,
giving hope, confidence and cheer to
those gallant soldiers and noble peo
ple, who have fought so bravely to
maintain thier honor and integrity
against the inquisition of cruel force.
Sprains and Strains Relieved.
Sloan's Liniment mnVHv talroa ilia
pain out of strains, sprians, bruises,
and all muscle soreness. A clean,
clear linuid easilv nnnliol If o;l,i..
, . . u.,iwjr
penetrates without rubbing. Sloan's
Liniment does not stain the skin nor
clog the pores like mussy plasters or
ointments. For chronic rheumatic
aches and pains, neuralgia, gout and
lumbago have this well known reme
dy handy. For the pains of grippe
and followinc strenuous u-orb- it
gives quick relief. At all druggists
4i cents. (No. 21
Mrs. Walker Guynn entertained
the school faculty last Thursday even
ing. Mid Ross, Roy Estridge and family
motored to Cincinnati last Sunday.
Little Miss Dolly Woods has return.
ed from Nicholasville where she spent
a month with her grand parents.
Mrs. Tom Logsdon and Mrs. Geo.
Todd have gone to McWhorter to vis
Miss Stella McWhorter has gone to
Bowling Green to vist her sister, Mrs.
Rev. Bourbon Dawes, of George
town, will preach the baccalaureate
sermon to the graduates of the High
School Sunday night, April 22.
Mr. Clarence Todd and bride, nee
Miss Geneva Rucker, were guests of
Mrs. I. C. Rucker last Sunday.
It is reported that there will be a
patriotic meeting of the citizens next
Tuesday night at Taint Lick. Let all
citizens come and show their love for
One was fed grain only the other
and Purina Cliiclt Feed
Furlna Chicken Chowder provide an
abi.ndaui'C ol bone. Mood, ncrre,
flealheT and lean-m'-at loniiinir e!c
tn nt.di-ti' ient in erain U-ed. When
led with Purina ChicK ieeu asui
rected we guarantee
or Money Back
dnrinr the first six weeks of
the ctuVk'a life. In rherkcr-
board I'iCT only. I! ? nr
deslerdoesn't keep Puriu
Feeds, scn! us His
Dame and get
(7 CralM St..
od v snaavoaa av a
Women Voters in Ark.
Of the many recent grants of par
tial suffrage to women, that in Ar
kansas is most curious. There, by a
bill just signed, women are to have
?qual rights with men in primaries.
They must pay poll tax, swear to sup
port party candidates, and otherwise
possess the qualifications exactly of
The logic of this seems a trifle
strained, particularly the requirement
that the newly enfranchised women
must swear to support their party
nominees, which they may not do
without the right to vote at elections.
Yet they gain a practical advantage,
for the primaries in that State are,
in effect, the elections. Last fall
ote for presidential electors was:
Democratic, 112,000; Republican, 49,
X)0; for Governor, Democratic. 122,
100; Republican, 43,000.
Thus, the women who participate
in the primaries and exercise their
.iew rights will actually aid in deter
mining the personnel of officialdom,
and it seems reasonab.-; to expect that
ifter a short itme full suffrage will
ome to them. In any case, this
break in the "solid south" with its no
torious prejudice against woman suf
frage, is an indication of the growth
of the movement to enfranchise wo
men. New York Tribune.
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No More Whisky
The James E. Pepper Distilling Co.
of Lexington, announced Wednesday
it would not manufacture any more
whisky during the war and grain
shortage, in order to do its part to
conserve the grain supply for food
staffs and stock feeding. The plant
has been offered to the government
for use in making alcohol.
We offer One Hundred Dollars
Reward for any case of Catarrh
that cannot be cured by Hall's
F. J. CHENET a CO.. Toledo. O.
We, the undersigned, have known F J.
Cheney for the last 15 years, and believe
him perfectly honorable in all business
transactions and financially able to carry
out any obligations made by his firm.
NATIONAL, BANK OF COMMERCE.
Hall's Catarrh Curs Is taken Internally
acting directly upon tho blood and mu
cous surfaces of the system. Testimonials
sent free. Price 75 cents per bottle. Sold
by all Drug-gists.
Talis Ball s 'amUy Pills for constlpatloa.
Fayette Johnson, of Fayette coun
ty, bought from a party in Woodford
a pair of four year old bay mare
mules for $375.
Miss Katie Russell is prepared to
do painting on shirt waists, evening
dresses and handkerchiefs. Call for
terms at McCreary Building, next to
Rule for Sincerity.
The best way to he sincere Is never
jo think anything nhout It. Be your
self, and let the rest take care of It
self. No one ever yet heard of an
Insincere tree or mountain or sunset.
Perhaps one reason Is thnt they never
Analyze themselves or stop to consider
what sort of Impression they are muk-
The great show jack, Limestone Big
Bey 354, was bought a few days ago
L. M. Monsees, Smithon, Mo., for
$2,625. The jennet, Lady Bauer
4080, owned at Limestone Valley
Farms, Smithton, Mo., foaled a very
fine jack colt March 24, 1917, by
Limestone Monarch 3254.
NOTICE FROM ADMINISTRATRIX
Notice is hereby given to all per
sons having claims against the estate
of my husband, the late V. I?. Broad
dus, to file same properly verified for
settlement with me as administratrix
at my home on the Irvine pike, near
Richmond, Ky., or hie same with my
brother, Mr. John Simmons at the
Sheriff's Office in Richmond; and all
persons indebted to my husband's es
band's estate are requested to please
call and settle said debts. The rights
under this notice shall terminate on
the 17th day of July, 1917.
Mrs. Hallie S. Broaddus,
Administratrix by order of the Mad
ison County Court, R. D. 3, Richmond,
Ky. April 9, 1917.
Stephen D. Parrish, Attorney for
the Estate, Richmond, Ky. 15 4t
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We weld or repair any kind of machinery. Water Backs
or Tanks. We Vulcanize Blow Outs in your own Casings,
and do any. and all kinds of repair work on your Automobile.
We have none but expert workmen.
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Phone 877 DIXIE GARAGE
OLD THURMAN PROPERTY
A Commendable Prayer
We do not know who Homer McKee
happens to be, but certainly Homer
McKee's prayer, as published by the
Kansas State Board of Health, is
something that would t worth while
for all of us to consider; and if we
commit the principle to heart we can
not go far astray. Here it is:
Teach me that 60 minutes make an
hour, 16 ounces one pound and 100
cents one dollar.
Help me to live that I can lie down
at night with a clear conscience, with
out a gun under my pillow and un-
haunted by the faces of those to
whom I have brought pain.
Grant, I beseech Thee, that I may
earn my meal ticket on the square,
and in doing thereof that I may not
stick the gaff where it does not be
long. Deafen me to the jingle of tainted
money and the rustle of unholy skirts.
Blind me to the fault: of the other
fellow, but reveal to me my own.
Guide me so that each night when
I look across the dinner table at my
wife, who has been a blessing to me,
that I will have nothing to conceal.
Keep me young enough to laugh at
my children and to lote myself in
And then when comes the smell of
flowers and the tread of soft steps,
and the crunching of the hearse's
wheels in the gravel out in front of
my place, make the ceremony short
and the epitaph simple: "Here lies
P. T. P., th frrpstost of skin remedies,
will remove tlio-v uiKicutly unit IrouM.
rime skin affliction that have mal Tour
lile a Imr.l.n. That intolerable il.hinir.
burning anil discomfort ill disappear un
der the niauic tntluenre of thi remedy. It
ha cured many ra-es pronounced inenr
olle and will resell your rase. It will t:ik
just a few moments to step In and ask ui
uat our experience has l-en in thi? war
of satisfied custom-re. We want yerj to
l?lve 1. l. P. a trial. 2.V-, r.nc anj
Vour money bark unless thi first botile
n il' 'Vex you. 1. I. 1. Soap keeps juur
skill healthy. Ask us about it
aa Skin Remedy
TT7HATEVER the size of a
VV Goodrich fabric tire itstands
as high in the eyes of Goodrich as
the largest tire. Goodrich knows
no caste in its tires.
small tire as
Goodrich Fair Treatment, too,
backs up the small tire and the
big tire to
limit Buy Goodnch fares in
the size you need, confident
you are getting the best
Goodrich can give, which is
the best fabric tire made,
The B. F.
"In the springtime our ambitions are born again and we quickly
step down the path of duty toward the comfort that the year will
bring us" says the old Philosopher.
Let us supply you with 0'CEDAR POLISH, RUBBER
HOSE, GARDEN PLOWS AND AUTOMOBILE
eJ. H. OLDHAM
Phone 14 Opposite Court House
Greater and Better Sunday Schools for a Greater and Better Kentucky
"GO TO SUNDAY SCHOOL DAY"
FOR ALL KENTUCKY IS
MAY 6th, 1917
One Million People Will Attend!
Come, let us go to Sunday School!
KENTUCKY SUNDAY SCHOOL ASSOCIATION
Call me at phones 3tf, 207 or
your country produce before selling
will pay the price. Also handle all
Kags, Paper and all kinds of Junk.
careful that d
of material and
goes into its
it goes into the
the same utmost
Goodrich Rubber Co.
The B. F.
L H. SANDLIN, MANAGER
45 and let me give you prices on all of
to anyone else. I have the outlet and
kinds of Iron, Brass, Rubber, Copper,
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