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THE CLIMAX-MADISONIAN, WEDNESDAY, APRIL 18, 1917.
V. Neale Bennett & Co.
FURNITURE, CARPETS, DRUGGETS, RUGS
ALL KINDS OF HOUSE FURNISHINGS
We cordially invite you to visit our store when in the
city. Never too busy to wait on you.
Day 73 PHONES
Small Ads. j
I). II breck for insurance of al
Breeder of premium Red Berkshire
Swine. Choice stock for sale; all
ages. W. B. Turley. 41 6m
Blue grass seed. T. E. Baldwin. 9tf
CATTLE AND HOGS WANTED.
I am still in the market and will
buy good fat cattle and hogs. M.
H. Hamilton, Richmond, Ky., Fhone
484 or 614. 12 tf
HEMP SEED FOR SALE.
About ninety bushels of fine hemp
seed for sale. P. M. Long, Rich
mond, Ky, R. D. No. 1, phone Kirks
ville 42 rings. It
House on West Main street. Mod
em in every way. Apply to Mrs.
Alice P. Tribble, Phone 546 R 4. 4Stf
If you want good results from rais
ing tobacco, get your canvass from A.
Dobrowsky, First street. 9tf
COTTAGE FOR SALE.
A six room cottage with all modern
conveniences, gas, electric lights, and
"water. Terms reasonable. On Fifth
street. "See L. P. Evans, Agent. 9tf
ROOMS FOR RENT.
Three nicely located rooms, entire
upper floor, private entrance with hall
and use of telephone. Close in and
convenient. Call phone 663 or see C
C Thomas, at Chamber of Commerce
' 49 tf
Baby chicks: Hatching eggs, eight
varieties, custom hatching. Incuba
tors and supplies. Catalogue.
Phone 543 R. W. Foster & Co.
I wish to purchase a few firstclass
milch cows. Want extra good ones.
Call on or phone M. M. Hamilton,
Richmond, Ky., phong 484 or 614.
A white sheep came to my place
n Tuesday, March 6. Weighs about
150 pounds. Harry Bonny.,
13 4U Race Street
EGGS FOR SALE.
Pure bred Black Minorca eggs for
sale 15 eggs for 50c. Hugh Million,
Richmond, R. D. 2. 13 4t
A stock of mrchandise located at
a good stand in this county. Also
rent dwelling and store room for 3
years or longer. Good reason for
selling. Call or write this office for
information. .13 tf
Everything Good to Eat and Anything
in Field and Garden Seeds and Feeds
McKinney and Deallierage
PROMPT DELIVERY SERVICE
35 Phones 42 West Main Street
. We Give and Redeem Blue Stamps
We have a complete line of OLD HICKORY FARM
WAGONS. They are better ironed and have better
material in them than any other wagon. They also run
lighter than any others on the market. Be sure you
see the OLD HICKORY before you buy elsewhere.
Main St D. B. SHACKELFORD & C0-
Night 574 and 744
THOROUGHBRED S. C REDS.
Large, rich, red birds of heavy lay
ing strain. Eggs $1 for 15; $5 per
hundred. Mrs. James Gentry, Speed
well, Ky. 14tf
Store room located on First Street
Apply to A. Dobrowsky. 15tf
A small, gentle mare, safe for
children and women. Good driver,
City broke. M. F. Enright 15tf
TO THE PUBLIC
Owing to bad health I have sold my
grocery and meat market to Mr. E.
C. Cornelison, and trust that my old
customers will give to my successor
their liberal support and patronage.
I wish to thank the public for their
liberal patronage given me during
my business career in Richmond. For
these favors I shall ever feel grate
ful, and again ask the public to give
my successor a share of its patron
12 tf M. M. Hamilton.
Bad Cough? Feverish? Grippy
You need Dr. King's New Discov
ery to stop that cold, the soothing
balsam ingredients heal the irritated
membranes, soothe the sore throat,
the antiseptic qualities kill the germ
and your cold is quickly relieved. Dr.
King's New Discovery has for 48
years been the standard remedy for
coughs and colds in thousands of
homes. Get a bottle today and have
it handy in your medicine chest for
coughs, colds, grippe, croup, and all
bronchial affections. At your drug
gists, 50c No. 2
The nsurance companies will pay
Lincoln county $4,045.47 for damages
done the court house by fire about a
month ago. The full amount of dam
age claimed by the county on the
court house was allowed, but a dis
count on the furniture and fixtures
was demanded by the insurance com
panies, and was given. Immediate
steps will be taken to repair the dam
age. AFTER THE GRIPPE
Vinol Eestored Her Strength
Canton, Hiss. "I am 75 years old and
became very wi-ak and f.fiile from tut
effects of La Crippe. but Vinol hag done
me a world of good. It has cured my
cough, built up my strength so I ft'l
active and well ajrain." Mrs. Lizzie
Ealdwix, Canton, Mien.
Vinol is a constitutional remedy
which aids dipeetion, enrirliea the
blood and create strength. Un
rtjuaUed for chronic cougha, oolda or
tirondiitia. Your money tack it it
Perry's Drug Store, H. L. Perry & Son
Also at the leading drug stores in all
SINCE TAKING K.R.R.
HASN'T MISSED ft DAY'S WORK
Here Is a testimonial of a man who,
nfter three loriK years of pain nnil suf
fering from rheumatism, was cured, al
though lie li.ol Kiveu ut till hope of
ever lieiiiic strong iiimI well ntruin. IN-ail
thin letter: "M:iri-h 22, 1 : 1 I 111. I
lt n troubled with rheumatiMti for the
l.t.-tl 3 years. Nov.. ;1.. 1 was lai'l ill
, ,i !! i; days. Could not turn over oif
r I'i.v liaek, the il.M toi s did Very lilt In
' i for me. if nnv. This winter I re-
e.-ivd one of your ltottles of Kattipf
milelier's Kheumatie liemedy and J have
heell takillK it lifMlt alolitc and I have
worked hard everv dav. have not lyt
a day on aceount of rheumatism. I feel
hetter this winter than I have for the
past five years. The rheumatism never
liothers me any now, anil I atn out in
all kinds of weather. Hopim? every
one that Is troubled with rheumatism
will use Kanipfmueller'H Itemeily, he
cause I know what it did for me.'
(Name on request.)
If you have Just hesrtin to suffer from
rheumatism or if you have heen a
slave to it for years you ran now he
freed from all your pain and FunViint?
iiy puttim; your complete faith in this
rational remedy. K. K. K. is not a
heart stimulant, contains no nareoties
and cannot harm any part of the Irfxiy
in any way. won t you try Just one
bottle of this remarkable remedy? $1
a bottle at vour drutrsrist or from us.
Oet K K. U. R. booklet. Address Karnpf
mueller I:heumatic Kemedy 'o., Knmpf
tnueller Ulock. Louisville. Ky. 'JoJl
HENRY L. TERRY & SOX
Mrs. John W. Teater spent Sunday
with Mrs. J. N .Hendren.
Mr. and Mrs. Squire Sanders en
tertained a number of relatives at
Mr. and Mrs J. F. March, of Rich
mond have been visiting Mr. and Mrs.
O. A. Hendren.
Mr. and Mrs. R. C. Schooler and
children, of Lancaster, were visitors
Mrs. Walter Sanders and children
have been visiting Mrs. J. Robert
Master Russell Hendren has been
visiting his grand father in Garrard
Misses Florence and Odessa Price
were in Lexington shopping last Sat
urday. Mr. and Mrs. Elzie Collier have
been visiting his parents, Mr. and
Mrs. Marion Calico.
Miss Hallie Hatnm, of Richmond,
spent the week-end. with home folks.
Mrs. Raymond Long and Miss Vel-
ma Long, of Richmond, have been
visiting relatives here this week.
Mr. and Mrs. Henry C. Whittaker,
of Richmond, were called here to see
her mother who is seriously ill.
Miss Maude Teater. who is attend
ing school at Richmond, is at home
for the week-end.
Miss Mamie Calico is spending the
week-end with her parents.
Misses Emma and Bessie Ray San
ders have been visiting Miss Myrtle
Miss Beulah Hendren has returned
home after spending two weeks with
Mrs. Cecil Broaddus. '
Mrs. Bettie Agee, who is spending
a few weeks with her daughter, Mrs.
Rufus Sebastin, had the misfortune
of falling and breaking her hip bone
last Sunday night. She is in a very
critical condition now and hopes for
her recovery are very smalL She is
86 years old.
Mary Alice, the little daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. Roy Taylor, was taken
t othe Gibson Infirmary where she
underwent an operation forappendi
citis. Mr. John Burton, who has been
very ill, is slowly improving,
House and lot located on East Main
street in the city of Richmond, Ky.
For particulars apply to this office.
A TEXAS WONDER
The Texas Wonder cures kidney
and bladder trouble, dissolves gravel,
cures diabetes, weak and lame backs,
rheumatism and irregularities of the
kidneys and bladder in both men and
women. Regulates bladder troubles
in children. If not sold by your drug
gist, will be sent by mail on receipt
of $1.00. One small bottle is two
months' treatment, and seldom fails
to perfect a cure. Send for sworn
testimonials. Dr. E. W. Hall, 2926
Olive street .St Louis, Mo. Sold by
all druggista 42 tf
Let the Good Work Go On.
Reports indicated that up to the
first of last year, more than a quarter
of a million of Southern negroes had
moved into -Northern States. Never
in the history of the country has the
migration been so heavy. The influx
of these Southern negroes has already
brought serious problems to Northern
cities, including Cincinnati.
Are the Worst
They lead to catarrh end
pneumonia They weaken the
entire system and leave it un
able to resist the sudden
changes. They interfere with
your digestion and lessen your act
ivity. Neglected they soon become
that dread disease known as sys
temic catarrh. Don't neglect them.
It's costly as well as dangerous.
Will Safeguard You
Have a box of Peruna Tab
lets with you for the sudden
cold or exposure. Tone your sys
tem up with a regular course of the
liquid Peruna, fortify it against
colds, get your digestion up to nor
mal, take care of yourself, and avoid
danger. If you are suffering now be-
gin the treatment at once Give
Nature the help she needs to throw
off the catarrhal inflammation, and
again become well
Peruna has been helping pooi'lc
for 44 years. Thousands of homes
rely on it for coughs, cold and indi
gestion. It's a good tonic for the
weak, as well.
Th Perena Company,
1. 0. 0. F. LODGE
Frankfort Chaplain Tells of
Two Months' Trial
"FEELS LIKE A NEW MAN"
There may be someone in Frank,
fort better known than W. F. S. Braw
ner, Past Grand Chaplain of the I. O.
O. F.. Kentucky jurisdiction, but It's
safe to say that Mr. Brawner counU
his friends by the thousands.
For fifty-five years a prominent
member of t'ne Baptist church, he is
W. F. S. BRAWNER.
at present chaplain of Lodge No. 23,
I. O. O. F.. of which he has been a
member for forty years.
"I was weak, run down and nerv
ous following a spell of bad health,"
said Mr. Brawner. I lad pains
through my chest at times that caus
ed me a lot of trouble.
"Nervousness set in, and I couldn't
sleep well at night. The least littie
noise would wake me up, and that
meant I would lie awake the rest of
"I got so I couldn't enjoy a meal.
Food to at used to make me almost
eat my head off didn't tempt me. The
'boys' at the lodge asked what was
the matter with me.
"Well, I couldn't tell exactly. I
was Just half-sick and all-in. My
brother-in-law got me to try Tanlac
I didn't have much faith In It, but !
consented to try it.
"Well, sir, it's .remarkable what
Tanlac has done for me. I've bee a
taking It for about seven or eight
weeks and I feel tine. When I sit
down to he table you can be pretty
sure that I'm going to eat everything
that is put in front of me.
"I sleep sound every night, and m.7
leep rests me. I really can't say
enough for Tanlac."
If you don't feel right get Tanlac
today. Delay In health matter la
Tanlac can be obtained in RICH
MOND at PERRY'S DRUG STORE.
Tanlac can be obtained at the fol
lowing nearby cities: College Hill,
G inter Bros.; Irvine, Irvine Drug Co.;
Berea, S. E. Welsh; Taint Lick, J. N.
Metcalf; Winchester, Duty Drug Co.;
Winchester, R. R. No. 2, Mrs. S.E.
Young; Nicholasville, Hutchinson
Drug Co.; Little Hickman, Collier &
Bruner; Lancaster, R. E. McRoberts;
Bur, W. M. Owens; Mt Vernon, Chas.
C. Davis; Silver Creek W. C. West, tf
Land, Stock Crop
Scarcity in draft horses is indicated
by an advance of from $75 to $100.00
in the value of choice ones.
Will Boggs, of Red House, sold a
saddle mare to Clark county parties
last week for $400.
It is now time to select and prepare
live stock for exhibition at summer
and fall fairs. Don't wait up to
within ten days of the fair to prepare
your stock and then expect them to
win the first ties. Show stock needs
attention and lots of it.
At a recent sale of Percheron
horse at Chillicothe, Mo., an average
of $402 was received.
Work horses and mules are scarce
in Central Kentucky, according to re
ports. Within the past week we have
heard of several persons wanting to
purchase work horses, but could not
find desirable animals.
James Wilson & Son, of Avoca, la.,
recently sold 54 head of Poland An
gus cattle at auction at $392 a head.
Thirty head of Shorthorn cattle av
eraged $386 at the sale of M, L. An
drews, at Melboums, Iowa.
Let us hope that, at the present
price of seed an increased acreage,
will mean an increased yield.
Gather the eggs often. Keep them
in a cool place away from grease, on
ions and bad odors. Grease and bad
odors soon spoil them.
Infertile eggs are produced if the
roosters are kept away from hens.
The past two weeks have been busy
ones for the farmers in the tobacco
growing belt. The backward season
has caused much anxiety on the part
of growers and they are avail
ing themeslves of every opportunity
In many of the Blue Grass counties
an increased acreage of tobacco will
le planted this season.
Just what the prospects of a wheat
crop in Kentucky are is a matter of
speculation. Wheat fields generally
are very spotted and in some cases
there seems to be little growth. The
early break of spring has brought out
many fields though and farmers in
general are more encouraged than
they were some time back. If the
good weather continues prospects may
be viewed with more certainty.
Last June there were over 21,000
members in the pig clubs directed by
the Department of Agriculture. This
is almo.st double the number recorded
on the first of January of that same
year a remarkable increase in only
six months. I he work of the pig
clubs is looked after by W. F. Ward
of the Bureau of Animal Industry.
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Stop Left Over Coughs.
- Dr. Bell's Pine Tar Honey will stop
that hacking cough that lingers from
January. The soothing pine balsams
loosen the phlegm, heals the irritated
membrane, the glycerin relieves the
tender tissues, you breath easier and
coughing ceases. -Don't neglect a lin
gering cough, it is dangerous. Dr.
Bell's Pine Tar Honey is antiseptic
and pleasant to take, get it at your
druggists to day. Formula on the
bottle. 25c. No. 2
"The practice of planting seeds and
performing similar farm operations
according to superstitious "signs" or
according to the moon are not based
on facts, according to the College of
Agriculture. This statement Is made
following inquiries and the annual
publication of such information in al
manacs and other printed matter
widely distributed during the winter
and spring months. It will be a hard
matter to convince some of our citi
zens that potatoes shuold be planted
at any other time than in the dark of
According to Leon M. Eastbreok,
chief of the Bureau of Crop Estim
ates, the acreage planted to early po
potato section of the South. In spite
timated to be 188,000 as compared
with 161,000 in 1916 an increase of
about 17 per cent. This estimate is
based upon the reports to the Truck
Crop Specialist of the Bureau of Crop
Estimates from Virginia, North Car
olina, South Carolina, Florida, Ala
bama and Texas, the principal early
potatoe sections of the South. In spite
of the high cost of seed, plantings are
increased in practically all sections
except in Eastern Texas.
If some farmers put the same in
terest in their farms as they do in
other people's business, they would
be better off.
Scott T. Miller, of Chillicothe, Mo.,
recently sold ll.juacks at auction at
an average of $301. None of these
jacks were over two years old.
E. B. Welch, of Morton's Gap, Ky.,
sold an aged 15 hand jack for $400;
a four year old 16 hand jack for $325
and two 14 hand mules at $100 and
In Clark county, Columbus Reg
land bought a pair of mules for $270,
and N. A. Adams sold a pair of heavy
mules .to Arnold Brookshire for $340,
Heavy mules are in demand and the
high prices are causing many sales
to be made and work mules are being
sold off very close.
Clear Your Skin in Spring.
Spring house cleaning means clean
ing inside and outside. Dull pimply
skin is an aftermath of winter inac
tivity. Flush your intestines with a
miluflaxative and clean out the accum
ulated wastes, easy to take they do
not gripe. Dr. King's New Life Pills
will clear your complexion and brigh
ten your eyes. Try Dr. King's New
Life Pills tonight and throw off the
sluggish winter shell. At druggists,
The Public's Answer
"Is my product right?" asks the manufacturer;
"the most efficient, enduring construction?'
"made of the best materials?"
'by the most skillful
And the public gives
The motoring public has given the answer to
United States Tires through sales
sales increases which are big continuously big
and growing bigger;
so big, in fact, that they are growing even faster
than the amazing growth of the automobile industry.
That's the motoring public's answer
that United States Tires all five types give
United States Tires
Are Good Tires
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A WARNING TO
BY ORDER OF THE BOARD OF
It is hereby ordered by the City
Board of Health that the City Health
Officer conduct a clean up campaign
in the city of Richmond for a period
of ten days beginning April 16th and
continuing through April 2Cth.
It is further ordered that the said
City Health Officer make a test of
the milk and water supplied and used
by the citizens of Richmond and re-
qire same to come up to the standard
of perfection as fixed by the Board
It is also further ordered that a
committee be selected to visit and
carefully inspect all streets, alleys,
lanes, commons, and premises within
the limits of the city as provided by
That all obstruction from the side
walks, such as garbage cans, chicken
coops, and merchandise allowed to re
main outside which may be a nui
canse or endanger the health of the
public be removed.
That all groceries and fruit stores
are hereby required to properly screen
all vegetables or fruits from flies
while being displayed for sale or
That all persons having sewerage
connection with surface pipes are
hereby required to disconnect from
same and arrange sanitary method
of disposing of such refuse at once.
That all property owners or tenants
are hereby required to properly screen
all houses and privies owned or con
trolled by them, to remove and bury
contents of privies and remove all
stable manure and sprinkle lime
every two weeks between April and
November as required by the State
Board of Health, to remove all hogs
or pigs from the city and disinfect
their pens and to remove all possible
breeding places for flies and mosqui
toes. It is also hereby ordered that said
City Health Officer be and is hereby
instructed to at once carry out the or
ders of this lioard within the dates
Done and ordered bv the Board of
Health, this April 2nd, 1917.
W. F. HIGGINS,
Chairman City Board of Health,
Attest: B. H. Gibson, M. D.,
City Health Officer. It
All announcements and election
supplies are for cash only. We can
nt carrv accounts of this kind.
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WORLD. (Legally guaranteed to satisfy you, or money back).
If you'll do that, you wil lexperience the discomforture of being sent back
home for lack of red blood when you answer the call to the colors.
COM-CEL-SAR sells at One Dollar for Three Boxes. Legally guaran
teed for the stomach, liver, kidneys, bowels and bladder, and blood, indiges
tion and headaches, rheumatism and
SCIENCE SOPE IS BEST FOR
for 25c. Try our COWBOY UMMNT, for all pains, onuses, ourns, etc
5c and 50c a bottle.
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MADISON DRUG COMPANY
S. C. REID, Proprietor
We Will Help-
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Whether a man is a "moderate" or
an excessive drinker, he finds that the
Neal Treatment for the drink habit,
by clearing his system of the poison
of alcohol, gives him back the health
he used to enjoy. Nerves become
steady, cobplexion clears, appetite
returns, he sleeps and he works na
turally, he regains his self-condence
and his self respect. The Neal Treat
ment is beneficial to him physically
and mentally. Yet the Neal Treat
ment takes only three days of medi
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Right now this country is calling
for men of stout heart and sound
body. It needs them to keep Old
Glory triumphant and unsullied in the
Th exigency now confronting us
emphasizes, as nothing else could do,
the importance of good health, both
as an individual and national asset.
It gives point to the suggestion, of
ten emanating from this office, that
everybody should guard their health
as a priceless possession. When you
find yourself running down and not
exactly keyed up to the fighting
pitch, as is the case with everybody
at times, you ought to come to NA
TURE'S relief and take a course of
HUMAN SKIN, only 10c a bar, 3 bars
cal treatment in pleasant surround
ings, under the care of competent and
friendly physicians and attendants.
Come i any time, day or night, and
find out more about the Neal Treat
ment. Neal Institute, 601 Maple avenue,
Avondale, Cincinnati, Ohio. Phone
Avon 4020. Open day and night.
Other Neal Institutes located at Col-
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