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The Climax, Richmond, Ky., Wednesday, Oct. 31, 1917.
Second Month's Honor Roll
Testimonial To Good Work Done By
Caldwell School Scholars.
The second month of work at
Caldwell Hich and Graded School has
-s. r at
Eggs depend on whites
Grain feeds fail to Rive ben elements
required ior vrkito. of ecKf. WlM.'at.
corn.oata, barley . kafi ronn tuin ( above
bodily main&iiiancelelemonts to aver
age ZM yolka aud only 154 white.
Purina Chicken Chowder
trith Purina Scratch Feed
contain elements for
21233 white, 214.77 yolks.
Sole perfrf't balance and lanretmin her.
99 out of 1U0 bene eat too much grain
which forma fat and cute down eec
laying. Feed HO lb. Purina Scratch
Feed to 100 lbs. Putin Chicken Chow
der you U aa lea lead eaa set
or money back
Hooey PH for Purina Chicken CWow
ler will be refunded if henado not lay
more egg when fed Purina Chicken
Chowder as directed with Purina
8cratcb Feed than when fed any other
ration. Purina Feeds come in checker,
board beat ouly.
W. W. Broaddus & Co.
A CARD TO THE VOTERS
OF MADISON COUNTY.
I wish to announce through the
columns of this paper, that I have
been unable to get around to see all
my friends in the interest of my can
didacy, and it is my intention to work
just as hard as it is possible for a
man (of my size) to work, in order
to win the race. However, I realize
it is going to be a hard matter to
get around to see all of my friends,
since election is only a few weeks
oil, but I want to assure all that it is
not my intention to slight anyone,
and I shall appreciate very much the
support of the voters of this county.
32 td DR. W. K. PRICE.
NOTICE TO TAXPAYERS
You are hereby notified that your
taxes are now due and payable. The
penalty will be attached December 1,
and if your taxes are not paid by that
date, you have no right to blame the
Sheriif for having to pay the penalty,
as that is prescribed by law and over
which he has no authority. Pay your
taxes now and save the penalty.
Those owing back taxes are urged to
come forward and settle same at once.
As this is my last year in office, and
I have to make prompt settlements
with the State, I hope you will pay
your taxes at once and avoid delay
and extra expense. It is to your ad
vantage to settle now.
' VAN BENTON
Sheriff Madison Countv.
Cattle, Hogs, Sheep and Calves
to L J. BUDDE & Co, Union
Stock Yards, CINCINNATI. O,
Receive the highest market
price and good fills.
WILL S. NORRIS
CHAS. M. ROSE.
becn very successful in every way,
and pressages a most successful term.
Supt. D. W. Bridges has announced
the Honor Roll for the second month,
October, and friends and loved ones
of all the youngsters who attend
Richmond's splendid public schools
will note with interest the list of
names of those who are on the Honor
Roll for the past month.
The Honor Roll, given below, con
tains the names of all pupils whose
attendance record is perfect, deport
ment satisfactory, and scholarship
srrades 90 per cent or over, in one or
j more subjects:
Seniors Mossie Allman, Goldia
Cotton, Eva Congleton, Emma Davi
son, Cosby Duncan, Mary Neil Green,
Lillian Oldham, Aileen O'Neil, Chris
tine Sandlin, Elsie Dean White, Neil
Juniors Mary Bronston, Harriett
Million, Burney Myers, Courtiney
Price, Alyice Rogers, Evangeline Van
Sophomores Catherine Buckley,
Harry King, Sallie Gentry, Virlinda
Freshmen Stella McKinney, Es
telle Stone, Lucille Vandeveer, Edna
Smith, Iva Jean Todd.
Sub-Freshmen Arthur Bowles,
Webster Taylor, Frederick Goosman,
Katherine Adams, Robbie James, Ear
la Ray Stocker, Harvey Brock, Ray
mond Broaddus, Luke Church, James
Seventh Grade Joe Congleton,
Reid Weisenburgh, Kathleen O'Neil,
Ora Lee Parker.
Sixth Grade Margaret Powell,
Cordelia Hurst, Cinda Belle Allman,
Joe Yeager, Sallie Finney, Bessie Mae
Todd, Louise Spears, Gladys John
son, Harry Stone, Bumelle Martin,
James Anderson, Mossie Winburn.
Fifth Grade Robert Corbin, Don
ald Mainhart, Ralph Ricci, Leona
' Gott, Dorothy Neff, Opal Reid, Mar
ian Terrill, Cecil Stanifer, Midkiff
Stewart, Richard Williams, Lillian
Adams, Frances Congleton, Lucille
Church, Elsie Park, Elizabeth Spears,
Ethyl Dean Masters, Lelia Current.
Fourth Grade Mildred Beasley,
Henry Etta Chambers, Ruth Congle
ton, Fannie Kate Head, Maud Lee
Head, Margaret McCord, Margaret
Rowlettr-irginia Shaufhausen. Lu
cile Smith, Mossie Stocker, "Daisy
Vaughn, Vesta Day, Tipton Edwards,
Waller Ballard, Paul Finney, J. C.
Masters, John Will Hahn, George
Maupin, Joe Allen Rich, Harry Bow
man, Hugh Young, Ora Lee Parker,
Florence Davison, Louise Davis, Nor
ma Dykes, Josephine English, Fran
ces Gordon, Virginia McKinney, Eve-
OUR'OWN GROWING SATISFACTION GUARANTEED
Keller :: Florist : Lexington,' : Ky.
MISS MARGARET PHELPS
Our Agent For Richmond
THE UNIVERSAL CAR
Nothing Cn speak stronger for the reliability and
general utility of the Ford Car than the constantly in
creasing demand, coming from every part of the coun
try and from all over the world. By reason of its
usefulness it has become a necessity your necessity.
For pleasure and business, it is serving and saving
for all classes it has become part of the "business of
living." May we not have your order for one?
Runabout, $345; Touring Car, $360; Coupelet, $505;
Town Car, $595; Sedan, $645; One-Ton Truck Chassis,
$600. All f. o. b. Detroit.
THE MADISON GARAGE, Incorporated
PHONE 694 South Second RICHMOND, KY
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lyn Perkins, Alma Park, Rose Park,
Tibbs K. Quisenberry, Fannie Sig
mund, Katherine Smith, Mamie Lee
Third Grade Lucille Wiluams,
Olive Terrill, Susan Etta Allman,
Anna Lee Bishop, Hugh Parks, Wal
Second Grade Allen Beasley, Clin
ton Congleton, James Allen Mize,
Vince Ricci, Millard Rich, Ed Win
chester, Estill Wright, Margaret
Brock, Fannie Coates, Dorothy Lee
Marcum, May Parks, Levern Win
burn, Margaret Brumfield, Ida Fran
ses Edwards, Rebecca Hutchinson,
netta McKinney, Elizabeth Ronan,
Elizabeth Stanifer, Josephine Shauf
hausen, Minnie Sanders, Charles Der
ringer, Jerre Grimes, Walter Kuyken
dall, R. K. Stone, Turley Woolery,
Donald Williams, Bass Whoberry.
First Grade Robert Harris, Clark
Nelson Kearns, Kermit Van Arsdall,
John Franklin Wade, Mary Ann
Hughes, Rose Wade, Laura May Eal
lard, Zclma Hazel Church, Margaret
Howe, Elith McKinney, Mary Eliza
beth Hahn, Maxwell Black Duncan,
Robert Ricci, Victor Hugo Stamper,
Dillard Tate, Leonard Walton, D. P.
Jule Plumber, deputy sheriff at
Newport, aged 55, the man who hang
ed Walling and Jackson for the mur
der of Pearl Bryan, is dead. Plum
mer was injured in an automobile ac
cident which caused his death.
Sixty-three defendants accused of j Charles Moody, 11 year old boy, had j There has been a big slump in the
draft resistance have pleaded guilty j his foot cut off by a street car in Lou- price of potatoes on the Now York
at Ardmore, Okla.
M AYR 9S
W crcferfu! Remedy for
One Dose Convinces.
Perry's Drug Store
and other reliable druggists.
AT TEN O'CLOCK
Thursday, Nov. 22nd
On the premises, I will rent to the highest
bidder, my farm of
more or less. There are two good dwell
ing houses with barns and outbuildings
and two tenant houses, set of stock scales
near Irvine pike. The place is well wa
tered by the waters of Muddy Creek and
numerous ponds. See
S. N. Moberley
or N. B. Deatherage