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The Gimax, Richmond, Ky., Wednesday, Oct. 31, 1917.
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We will begin to receive Turkeys on
THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 8th.
at our place of business at East Main Street
and L. & N. R. R. Crossing.
On account of the congestion of traffic on all railroads
besides more delays in forwarding freight than ever before
known, it is positively necessary on the part of the Farmers
to sell their Fat Turkeys early, so we can get them to the
market at the usual time.
5ell your FAT TURKLY5 for the Thanksgiving market and hold your
poor, thin ones and fatten them for the Christmas market. Remember we
will begin buying on the 8th of November. This is earlier than usual, but
we will have to have them earlier than usual this year. See us or call
Phone 132 for the highest prices before selling to anyone.
THE RENAKER POULTRY CO,
Near L. & N. R. Crossing
(Ads. under this head 1 cent a word
each issue, cash with order. No. adv.
taken for lest than 25 cents.)
HEMP SEED If you have hemp
seed to sell, write or telephone The C.
S. Brent Seed Co, Lexington, Ky,
FOR SALE I wish to dispose of
about 36 pure bred Rhode Inland Red
chickens. Mrs. Hallie Deatherage.
FOR SALE Pony well broke, sad
dle and harness; would trade for cow;
also will sell privately some pieces of
household goods. Mrs. Lyman Par
run. 44 2p
SHEEP for sale. For prices and
other information write or phone 360
Y. If not sold before court day will
sell them at the East End Stock
Pens. G. W. Parks, Richmond, Ky,
route 3. 44 2p
FOR SALE I have for sale the
John Parks property on Lancaster
avenue; a handsome house, and five or
six acres of land. See H. C James,
Agent, Richmond. 28tf
NOTICE All persons having
claims against the estate of Miss
Kate S. Walker, are requested to
promptly present same, verified as re
quired by law, to the undersigned or
to J. J. Greenleaf, attorney. Eugene
W. Walker, Executor. '41 8t
NOTICE All who have claims
against the estate of the late George
T. Grinstead, are hereby notified to
file same, properly proven as requir
ed by law, with the undersigned on
or before December 1, 1917. All
owing said deceased, will settle at
once. Martin Gentry, Admr. 33 3t
ALL persons having claims against
the estate of the late D. A. McCord,
are hereby notified to present same,
properly proven as required by law,
to the undersigned administrator, on
or before January 1, 1918. All ow
ing him wil settle at once.
N. B. Deatherage, Admr.
43-5 Richmond, Ky.
FOR RENT Two nice rooms with
bath; have an outside entrance. Ap-
STILL IN BUSINESS
AT THE OLD STAND
AndJReady at All Times to Supply Your
Every Demand in
Coal, Feed, Grain, lime
AND OTHER SUPPLIES
Our friends have been ever generous to us and
we appreciate it We hope for a continuance of
their valued patronage and will endeavor to give
all a service that for promptness, price and gen
eral satisfaction cannot be excelled anywhere.
VI. 7. Broaddus & Company
ply at Happy Hour Tea Room. 42-4p
FOR RENT Six room dwelling:
has gas and water installed: in srood
neighborhood. Price $15 per month.
Phone 851. 32 tf
FOR RENT Six room dwelling:
possession given at once: onlv three
blocks from L. & N. depot: nrice S13
per month. Phone 85L 42 tf
FOR RENT Four room cottage on
Fourth street: eas and electric bents.
Apply to Mrs. Eugene Parrish. Call
Ford exchange 33 L 44 tf
FOR RENT Dixie Inn, modern ho
tel, next to P. O., Richmond, Main st.
Steam heat and electric lights. Ap
ply Dixie Inn, or Eugene Land, 209
E. High street, Lexington, Ky. 41tf
FOR RENT Residence corner 3rd
and Water streets; house newly pa
pered; two large gardens; large yard;
and all necessary otubuildings; the
place embraces about one acre ot
ground. Telephone 292. Colby Tay
lor. 30 tf
IC MfUMIIUII I
MA2M0II V -2
Rev. B. A. Dawes tilled his appoint
ment at the Baptist church Sunday
Rev. E. C. McDougle also filled his
appointment at the Christian church
Rev. D. H. Matherly, of the East
End Christian church, at Richmond,
KY. RED BERKS HIRES 1917 Ky.
State Fair champions. Stock for sale
at all times. W. B. Turley, Richmond,
Ky. 38 tf
WANTED Boy about 18 or 19
years old. Apply at Middelton's
Drug Store. 32 tf
PUPILS WANTED Prof. Henry
Warnecke, of the Alhambra orchestra
will give private lessons on the clar
inet and violin. For Information in
quire at Alhambra or Opera House.
. 42 8t p
LOST OR FOUND
LOST Garnet brooch. Reward if
returned to Climax office. 44 It
will preach at Mt. Pleasant Sunday
morning, November 4th. All have a
cordial invitation and the members
are earnestly requested to be present.
Mrs. Albert Dozier had a spend-the-day
for a number of her friends re
cently. Ed Million sold his farm last week
to Leonard Minter. The price was
$140 an acre.
The farmers are through cutting
corn in this section.
Several from this community at
tended the fair and poultry show in
Richmond last week.
Mr. Ki Bowman had the misfortune
to turn his machine up side down on
the Lexington pike close to Dick Igo's
farm. He split a telephone post in
two. Why more people are not kill
ed in such accidents as that is a mys
Mr. Madison Burgin attended the
Masonic Grand Lodge meeting in
Louisville last week.
Mr. E. P. Jones and family and
John B. Jones and family of Gar
rard county, spent the day here Sun
day with relatives.
STRAY Two Jersey heifers are in
the city pound; one has cropped ears.
Owner can get same by paying charg
es and this ad. Chief of Police. 33 2t
LOST Pink cameo pin between
McKee's store and Breck avenue last
Saturday night. Reward for return
to Miss Bessie Turley, at McKee's
store. 44 lp
On Feeding Turkeys
When you sell your turkeys and
they do not weigh what you think
they should, the question will be ask
ed, Did you feed well?
Turkeys running at large and left
to feed on what they can pick up do
not weigh like turkeys fed regularly,
just as you feed your hogs and cat
tle. Most farmers when they bring
their turkeys to market, will say:
"My turkeys should be fat." They
have run in the hog pen and corn
field all fall." But if you have not
fed them regularly, they will not
Killers want fat turkeys and we
will be in the market for good fat tur
keys, paying highest market prices.
Pens at Wides' old stand, corner
East Main and Orchard streets.
M. WIDES & COMPANY.
C. M. Embry,
J. M. AsbelL Phones 863 and 45.
42 5t C
A number of cases of cholera and
black leg are reported among stock in
GIFTS TO SAILOR BOYS.
Mothers, sisters and sweethearts
who intend to play Sana Claus to
Uncle Sam's sailor lads are hereby
advised that owing to the vast volume
of matter that will be handled this
year several rules have been estab
lished. Observance of them will in
sure the sailor receiving his gift on
All gifts must be mailed not later
than November 15.
Every parcel must bear the legend
"Christmas mail" in a conspicuous
place and must be so packed and
wrapped as to admit of easy inspec
tion by postmasters.
Parcels for men with the Atlantic
fleet or any vessel with the European
waters should be addressed: U.
S, S. (name of vessel) care postmas
ter, New York, N. Y." For men in
the Pacific fleet: "U. S. S. ,
Pacific fleet, via Francisco, CaL"
And for men in the Asiatic fleet: "U.
S. S. . Asiatic station, care
postmaster, San Francisco."
Commissioner of Agriculture Mat
S. Cohen will ask the next legislature
for a donation of $300,000 for a build
ing on the State Fair grounds.
Seed - Wheat
WE HAVE SEVERAL VARIETIES THAT
HAVE BEEN FANNED AND SCREENED.
COME TO THE MILL AND SEE THIS
WHEAT. WE CAN HELP YOU ON YOUR
SEED WHEAT PROPOSITION.
J. W. ZARING GRAIN AND
PHONES 55 and 68