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The Climax, Richmond, Ky.. Wednesday, Oct. 31, 1917.
The Rexall Modern Method of Advertising
Rexall Tooth
Paste
A perfect den
tifice, antiseptic
and deodorant.
Cleans and whi
tens the teeth.
Comes out flat
on the brush.
Regular price,
1 tube, 25c. This
sale, 2 tubes 26c
Red Rambler
Water Bottle
Full two-quart
capacity, mould
ed all-rubber wa
ter bottle. One
that is guaran
teed for 1 year
or money back.
Standard price,
$1 5. This sale,
$1.51.
l8
IP?
$1.50 Red Rambler Water
Bottle, 2 for $1.51
$1.50 Symbol Fountain
Syringe, 2 for $1.51
$1.00 Maximum Rubber
Gloves, 2 for $1.01
25c Tooth Brush, 2 for 2c
15c Tooth Brush holder, 16c
5c Whittemore's polish 6c
75c Hair brush, white
Bristles 2 for 76cts
25c hand brush, 2 for 26c
30c Symons Inn Vanilla,
2 for 31 cts
30c Symons Ir.n Lemon,
2 for 31 cts
35c Symons Inn Beef
Cubes, 2 for 36cts
LENOX SOAP :
PUTMAN DRY CLEANER
TWO CAKES for 10c
1 bottle 25c, 2 for 26
75c Harmony Toilet Water,
2 for 76c
$1.00 oz. Boquet Jeanice,
2 ounces for $1.01
15c Springtime Perfume, 16c
25c Violet Dulce Cold
Cream, 2 for 26c
50c Klenzo Massage Cream,
2 for 51e
10c Rexall Toilet Soap, 2lle
25c Medicated Skin Soap
2 for 26c
25c Tar Shampoo Soap, 26c
25c Violet Dulce Soap, 226c
Opsko Breakfast Coffee
LJ 1
Pound of
Coffee for.
lc
A surprising blend of
Mild Coffee. Tne Ac
me of Perfection.
Standard Price
Pound -38cts
This Sale
Two Pounds
39c
HOUSEHOLD REMEDIES
25c Laxative Cough Syrup, 2 for 26c
$1.00 Celery and Iron Tonic,
2 for $1.01
25c Cherry Bark Cough Syrup,
25c Cold Tablets, speciaL2 for 26cts
25 Corn Solvent.. 2 for 26cts
$1.00 Emulsion Petroleum, 2 for $1.01
$1.00 Eu-Zo-Mol, 2 for $1.01
25c Eye Wash, 2 for 26c
10c Headache Powder, 2 for 11c
Thursday, Friday, Saturday, Nov. 8-9-10
MDI AM ay us e reuar Pce for any item here advertised and we will
iLHH sell you another of same kind for ONE CENT.
PUPpnCC This sale was developed by the United Drug Company as an ad
I UnrUOL vertising plan. The company sacrifices its profits and something
besides, in order to get a larger distribution of its meritorious products, and
you get the benefit
Violet Dulce Talcum Powder
Made from the finest grade of
imported Italian talc The val
ue of a Talcum is in the amount
of perspiration it will absorb.
Only the better grades have this
quality. Scented with the Vio
late Dulce odor.
EVioirrJaiij
m
Standard Price
One Box . .
This Sale
Two Boxes .
25cts
26cts
Cascade Pound Paper
Exceptionally good
quality, white, linen
finish stock.
Standard price, one
pound . . 40c
This sale, two
pounds . . 41c
Cascade Lioea
Envelopes
Made to match Cas
cade Linen Pound
Paper,
Standard price 2 packages 25c
This sale, 4 packages 26c
FOOD PRODUCTS
Symonds Inn Cocoa
Made from the
pure cocoa beans.
Unexecelled in
quality without
any adulterations.
Standard price, 1
can, 30c, This sale
two cans 31cts.
Liggetfs Opeko
Tea
200 cups of tea
for lc The stand
ard of excellence.
Standard price,
half-pound packet,
50c This sale, 2
packets 51cts.
Symonds Inn Chocolate Pudding
A pudding1 that tickles the palate
and a knockout to the high cost of
living. Standard price, 1 box 20cts.
This sale, two boxes 21 cents
75c Boquet Jeanice Complexion
Powder 2 for 76c
50c Boquet Jeanice Talc
Powder
.2 for 51e
50c Alma Zada Complexion
Powder , 2 for 51cts
50c Violet Dulce Liquid Com
plexion Powders , 2 for 51e
STATIONERY
50 Modern Art Paperterie 2 for 51e
35c Toyland Juvenile Papertie 2-36c
35c Stalwart Linen Paperterie 236c
25c Lord Baltimore Linen 2 for 26c
10c Package Envelopes 2 for 11c
15c Visiting Cards 2 for 16c
5c Klearnite Eraser 2 for 6c
5c Pencil Clip 2 for 6c
10c Glue 2 for 11c
5c Pencil 2 for 6c
HOUSEHOLD REMEDIES
50c Kidney Remedy, 2 for 51c
50c Lesperine, antiseptic wash, 251e
$1.00 Nerve Tablets, 2 for $1.01
25c Purgative Pills, 2 for 26c
$1.00 Syrup Hyphophosphites, 2-$1.01
50c Syrup White Pine and Tar, 251c
50c White Liniment, 2 for 51c
50c Perry's White Family Lin., 2.51c
50c Perry's Liquid Petroleum, 2 51c
$1.00 Perry's Sarsassaparilla, 2.$ 1.01
MEKIIY L. AMD M
Richmond,:
"THE REXALL DRUG STORE"
COT THE HIGH COST OF UVIMG
BLUE STAMPS WILL NOMWTtaVEN ON THIS SALE
TRADE WHERE YOU GET TWO FOR ONE PLUS ONE CENT - -
Kentucky
SAVE THIS LIST, CHECK THE ITEMS YOU WANT AND BRINK IT WITH YOU
PUBLIC
RENTING
In front of the Court House in Richmond, Kentucky,
ON
Monday, Nov. 5, 1917
At 11 O'clock A. M.
I will rent at public auction
275 Acres of Fine Grass Land
for the year 1918. It is located six miles south of
Richmond, being a part of the land of Pattie Harris
Stone.
BOUNDARY NO. 1
Fronts on the Menalus pike, a half mile south of Cal
east and contains 1 20 acres, sowed to timothy, clover
and blue grass, and an excellent stand. It will be of
fered first with privilege of mowing and then for graz
ing, reserving the right to accept either bid.
BOUNDARY NO. 2 :
Contains 1 55 acres and is in blue grass with a small
quantity of timothy and clover; lying on the south side
of the L & N. railroad and running back to the Hocka-
day lane.
J. C. STONE
A RESOLUTION
Declaring it necessary that the City
oi Kicnmond, Kentucky, incur an
indebtedness of $150,000.00 with
which to construct, reconstruct, and
improve public streets and sewers;
providing for and giving notice of
an election by the qualified electors
of the city to be held on November
6th, 1917, to determine whether
such indebtedness shall be incurred.
Whereas, it appears to the Board of
Council of the City of Richmond, Ky.,
that in order to maintain the health,
welfare and progress of the city and
its citizens, it is absolutely necessary,
to provide an adequate sewerage
system and to reconstruct and im
prove the public streets of the city.
and
Whereas, in making the necessary
municipal improvements, approxi
mately the sum of $150,000.00 will
have to be expended; and
Whereas, said proposed amount of
indebtedness exceeds the income and
revenue provided for the city for this
and succeeding years, NOW THERE-
rUKfJ,
Be it resolved by the Board of
Council of the City of Richmond, Ky.
1. That the Board of Council deem
it necessary for the purpose of con
structing, reconstructing and improv
ing the public streets and sewers in
and for the city, to incur an indebt
edness in the sum of One Hundred
and Fifty Thousand Dollars ($150,
000.00), the payment of which can
not be met without exceeding the in
come and revenue provided for the
city for this particular, and each sub
sequent year.
2. That notice shall be given of an
election by the qualified electors of
the city, to be held on the regular
election day, November 6th, 1917, to
determine whether such proposed in
debtedness of $150,000.00 shall be
incurred. That said notice shall be
words and figures as follows, to-wit:
NOTICE 0FELECTI0N
Notice is nereby given by the
3oard of Council of the City of Rich
mond, Ky., that an election by the
qualified voters of the city shall be
held at each regular voting place in
the city, within the regular voting
hours on the regular November, 1917,
election day, which is Tuesday, Nov
ember 6lh, 1917, to determine wheth
er an indebtedness of One Hundred
and Fifty Thousand Dollars ($150,
000,000), shall be incurred by the city
of Richmond, for the purpose of con
structing, reconstructing and improv
ing public streets and sewers in and
for said city. The amount of money
necessary to be raised annually by
taxation for twenty (20) years after
incurring the said indebtedness, for
an interest and sinking fund for the
payment of said proposed indebted
ness will be as follows:
Interest
1st year $7,500
2nd year $7,500
3rd year $7,500
4th year $7,500
5th year $7,500
6th year $5,625
7th year $5,250
8th year $4,875
9th year $4,500
10th year $4,125
11th year $3,750
12th year $3,375
13th year $3,000
14th year $2,625
15th year $2,250
16th year $1,875
17th year $1,500
Sinking
Fund
$7,500
$7,500
$7,500
$7,500
$7,500
$7,500
$7,500
$7,500
$7,500
$7,500
$7,500
$7,500
$7,500
$7,500
$7,500
$7,500
$7,500
$7,500
$7,500
$7,500
Total
$15,000
$15,000
$15,000
$15,000
$15,000
$13,125
$12,750
$12,375
$12,000
$11,625
$11,250
$10,875
$10,500
$10,125
$ 9,750
$9,375
$9,000
$8,625
$8,250
$7,875
for the use of the qualified electors
of the City of Richmond, the follow
ing question:
"Are you in favor of author
izing the Board of Council of
the City of Richmond, to in
cur an indebtedness of $150,
000..00 against the city, for
the purpose of constructing,
reconstructing and improving
public streets and sewers in
and lor said City?
18th year $1,125
19th year $750
20th year $375
Notice is further given that said
question will be presented to the elec
tors upon the ballot in the following
form:
"Are you in favor of author
izing the Board of Council of
the City of Richmond, to in
cur an indebtedness of $150,
000..00 against the city, for
the purpose of constructing,
reconstructing and improving
public streets and sewers in
and for said City?
Yes.
No
Published and declared by order of
the Board of Council of the City of
Kicnmond, Kentucky.
Signed oam'L KlCE, Mayor.
W. E. BLANTON. Clerk.
S. Be it further resolved that said
notice shall be published in The Cli
max and The Pantagraph, weekly
newspapers of general circulation in
the City of Richmond for at least two
weeks preceding said election, and by
printed handbills posted at three or
more public places in said City.
4. That said election by the quali
fied electors of the city of Richmond
shall, pursuant to the aforesaid notice,
be held at each regular voting place
in the city, within regular voting
hours on the regular election day,
1917, to-wit, the 6th day of November
1917, to determine whether the above
proposed indebtedness of $150,000.00
shall be incurred by the city of Rich
mond for the purpose of constructing,
reconstructing and improving the
public streets and sewers in and for
said city.
5. That the Clerk of the Madison
County Court be, and he is hereby,
requested and directed to prepare
and supply, for the election above pro
vided for, at the time and place
specified in the foregoing notice of
election all necessary ballots and oth
er equipment and paraphernalia; and
he will have printed on said ballots,
Yes.
No
aid the Board of Council in said bond
issue and in the supervision of and
direction over the expenditure of said
funds.
Be it further resolved, that the
Clerk of the Council be and he is
hereby directed to have a copy of this
resolution published in the weekly
papers published in said county.
Passed at meeting of Board of
Council September 18, 1917.
Vetoed by Mayor September 24,
1917.
Passed over Mayor's veto at meet
ing of Board of Council October 4th,
1917. SAM'L RICE, Mayor.
W. E. BLANTON, Clerk.
6. That the Clerk of this Board
be, and he is hereby directed, to pub
lish this resolution once, after its
passage in the Climax, and to publish
the "Notice of Election," hereinabove
set out, in the manner and time herein
directed, and to deliver certified copies
of the said "Notice of Election" and
of this resolution to the Clerk of the
Madison County Court, with the re
quest that he comply with the terms
hereof; and the Clerk of this Board
will report his action hereinunder in
writing to the regular December,
1917, meeting of this Board of Coun
cil.
By order of the Board of Council
of the City of Richmond, Kentucky,
this 18th day of September, 1917.
SAM'L RICE, Mayor.
W. E. BLANTON, Clerk.
Vetoed bv Mayor, September 25, 1917.
Passed over Mayor's veto at regular
meeting of Board of Council Octo
ber 4th, 1917. 43td
The wood working plant of T. W.
Minton at Barbourville, the largest
manufacturer of golf sticks in the
world, is working a night shift of SO
men, due to heavy government orders
for artillery equipment.
A RESOLUTION
Providing for the creation of a Com
mission for the purpose of aiding
and advising the Board of Council
in handling the bond issue lor sew
ers and street improvement, and for
a supervision of the funds, etc.
Whereas, a resolution has been
passed by the Board of Council noti-
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lying me quaimeu vuiera vi wc vivjr
of Richmond of an election to be held
on the 6th day of November, 1917, to
determine the question or whether
said citv shall incur an indebtedness
of $150,000,000 for the purpose of
building a sewer system and recon
structing and improving the streets
of said city, and
Wheresas, in the expenditure of so
laree a sum the advice, counsel and
aid of the citizens and taxpayers
should be sought and received, there
fore, , ,
Be it resolved, Dy tne uoara oi
Council that in the event said bond
election carries, a Commission to be
composed of five representative citi
zens and taxpayers, to-wit: Kooert k.
Bumam, R. E. Turley, J. H. Dean,
R. J. McKee and Thos. Hamilton, be
Anrf thev are herbv created a commis
sion, who shall adivse, counsel, and
LITTLE STORIES
ON FEEDING
Gained 26 Pounds
A Missouri druggist wrote mm a
few days ago that his wife had suf
fered a nervous breakdown and was
in a precarious conditions. His doc
tor advised him to use HEUOl a
datable malted food.
She had gone down to 95 ponsdsr
md after a few months sse of
KEMO she now weighs 121 poinds
and still gaining flesh. Her vital
ity has increased wonderfully and!
they are now converted to the idea
that proper feeding is the thing.
HEXIO is the right food for those
generally debilitated from malnu
trition, anaemia, chlorosis, also for
convalescents from surgical treat
ment fevers and wasting diseases.
If your health is impaired, try
KEMO and watch the improvement.
We suggest that you try a 50c pack
?tre with our guarantee of satisfae
lion.
RICHMOND DRUG COMPANY
biammi Ky
TO CATTLE DEALERS
I make an exclusive business of buy
ing stockers and feeders on orders.
The best quality of cattle come to this
market. Your patronage will be ap
preciated. Market quotations prompt
ly furnished on aDolication.
W. 0. PARK.
Rooms 601-603 Live Stock Exchange
Kansas City, Mo. 40 Gmo

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