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Is Knocking at Your Door
Phone 73
for your wants in Furniture, etc., and
the door will be opened to you
Unusual weather conditions have compelled a saciific: of every Suit and Overcoat in stock. The
loss is terrific, but to carry this merchandise over is positively out of the question. Not a Suit or Coat
reserved all go. Here are the prices the lowest ever made: x
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BENNETT and H I G G I N S
UNDERTAKING -
Fire and tornado insurance. See liur
mini's Insurance Apencv. 14-
Is your house and barn insured? ru l
er see liu.-nam. I lie insurance man. If
All kinds of chicken feeds and prils;
Purena chicken feeders nud chowder.
I). IS. McKinnev. 44-tf
(jme to Owen SlcKee, Richmond
Ky. for dry goods and notions. Others
do and why not vou. if
Vote for K. 15. Ternll for re-election
to the office of County Court Clerk. He
w ill appreciate an endorsement of his
present administration. tf
When in need ol lilacksmilhinij iu
my of its branches, Farming Imple
ments, Buggies. Carriages, Wagons,
liubber tires ic, get prices from II. E.
Miller, Union City. Ky. tf
Pair Mules for Sale.
Pair of aged mules, in good condition,
for sale cheap. Idamar Coal Co. 43 tf
Eggs For Sale.
S. C. Hrown leghorn eges for sale. $1
per selling. W, T. Olds. Union City.
Phone 3j5 3. 45 2m e l
II has long been a Democratic custom
in Madison county to give a second term
to those officials who perform their duly
wcllduring the first term of oflice,and you
can make no mistake by deciding lo cast
your vote for II, b. Terrill for re-election
to the oflice of County Court Clerk
His record is open for the closest inspec
lion. tf
Farmers !
See John U. Gibson for tobacco can
vas. 4:t tf
Tobacco Raisers Take Notice.
The best tobacco canvas at the price.
42 if A. Dobrowsky.
Zaring's
A perfect flour, produced and patent
ed for people, prone lo praise ferfec
tion. 43 tf
Found.
Oil Dreck avenue, at street crossing,
near residence of Mr. John Duerson, a
gold ring with three diamonds. Call at
Climax oflice. 4-tf
To Cattle Dealers.
I make an exclusive business of buy ing
stockers nd feeders on orders. The
best quality of cattle come to this mar
ket. Your patronage will be appreciat
ed. Market quotations promptly fur
nished on application.
W. O. PA UK.
Rooms 01-C03 Live Stock Exchange,,
Kansas City Stock Yards. 39 Cm
Special prices on first-class seed oals
this week. Ask for prices. I). B. Mc
Kinnev. 44-tf
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There are robbers in your pastures
and they are stealing your profits. If
your sheep are infested with worms,
you should stop the loss. Worms
make poor wool, few lambs, less
weight of mutton. They starve your
slock, make them sick and finally kill.
SALfpEf
A Guaranteed Medicated Salt
IVif Kill Worms
' Sold under a guarantee to kill and
expel all free stomach and intestinal
worms. Will put sheep, hof's and all
clock in prime condition. I ones up
p the system, sharpens the appetite,
U helps to put on fat quickly. Duierent
w from all other worm remedies. Safe,
sureand costs little 1-12 cent a day
your stock will doctor themselves.
1 For Sale fcy
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W. D. Buckley &"Co
Automobile For Sale
White Sieam Five Passenger Car. It
cat be seen at Madison garage. Apply
to Miss Madge Hart, at Jojin II. Gibson's
dry goods store. 40-F's-4t
Laster Bazar.
Benefit of Pattie A. Clay Infirmary, on
March loth, at, the Schlegel Studio.
Everything good lo eat, lo wear and
Easter cards to send to your friends. 3t
5tove For Sale.
Large heating stove for sale. Used
only one season. Good as new. Call at
Harvey's Douglas' and see it. Mrs
Clara Doty Traylor.244 Collins St. 30if
Furnished Rooms For Rent
FurnisheJ rooms for rent. Prefer
men. Good place for Normal students.
Mrs. Clara Doty Traylor, 244 Collins
street, city. 30 if
Good Fine.
B:ibe Nelson was fined $00 and costs
in two cases, for selling whisky, in Squire
Dykes' court. Wednesday.
FJks' Election To-night
The Richmond Elks will hold their
annual election of officers to-night and
there promises to be several spirited
races. After the election a social session
will be held, which will, as usual, be an
enjoyable affair.
Wanted A Doctor at Ford Ky.
The following appeared in the last is
sue of the Interior Journal, of Stanford.
Read it and see what you think of it:
Ford, a little town of 500 people in Clark
county, is said to be without a physi
cian. One doctor who went lo the vil
lage without a cent 20 years ago, recent
ly left with $73, OoO The town whi'.h,
is on the river below Winchester, is sur
rounded by fairly good country Ic is
on the L. & N. railroad.
Going Some.
Without the least effort on Ihe part of
the Climax people, save lo give Madison
and adjoining counties a readable pa
per, 2G new subscribers were added to
the already large list Monday. There
were also a large mim,ler of renewals
Now don't think we are crowing over
the business the Climax is doing, but we
fee! pood because the people seemingly
li ce the paper and are proving it by put
ti.ig up their money for it.
Madame Sherry.
The publishers of the score of "Ma
dame Sherry," the new musical pro
duction of Woods, Frazee and Lederer,
from the New Amsterdam theatre, New
York, report that already more than two
million copies have been sold of the
"Ev'ry Little Movement Has a Meaning
AH Its Own" song. "Madame Sherry"
will be played at the Grand Opera
House by the New York New Amster
dam theatre company on Thursday
night, March 13.
Pure Sugar-house New Orleans Molas
ses, C5c per gallon, at P. B. McKinney's.
To The Tobacco Growers of
Madison and Adjoin
in Counties.
We wish la lhank you or the very
liberal patronage of the year now alKU
to close and to congratulate you rn the
rrices that you have obtained through
out the entire season. While during the
past few weeks prices have not been as
good as they were earlier, eenthe same
grades, but taken as a whole the crop
has done well. We will close our house
Tor the season on March 20th, and ask
vou if vou have any unsold tobacco that
jou will kindly gel it in the market be
fore that time.
Again thanking you, we are very tru
ly, Madison Tobacco Warehocsk Co 2t
We have a few sets of pure aluminum
ware left. It is free. I). B. McKinney
Step To The Phone
And Say It
Whether your wants may be for drugs, medicines,
toilet articles, drug store sundries, stationery, candy or
cigars. Whether you need a necessity or luxury you
can depend upon our phone service and our prompt
delivery. Telephone to us" for ail you drug store wants
and you will soon have cultivated a worth while hab.c,
one that will savi you unnecessary worry, time and
trouble. We are proud of our very prompt delivery
service. Nothing extra is charged for this accommo
dation. It's for your use so use it.
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$25.00 and $22.50 Suits and O'coats now
$20.00 and $18.00 Suits and O'coats now
$17.00 and $15.00 Suits and O'coats now
$12.50 and $10.00 Suits and O'coats now
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Get out your pencil and paper and try to figure out a better way to make and save money.
Every man needs clothes either now or a little later.
Warm Winter
Coats for Boys
Out of style coats but splendid values, for boys from 14 to 19 years old, worth four and five
times the price, but they must be sold only $1.00 for choice. Vest to match 25 cents if you want
it. Small men can be. fitted.
Heavy Shoes, Heavy Gloves, Underwear, Etc.; at sacrifice prices. Nothing Charged.
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In Memoriam.
Delia Brock Wells was horn October
22, 1S91 and died Febraary 21, 1U13.
She joined the Methodistchurch when
eleven years of age, and lived a consist
ent christian life until her death. She
married Clarence Wells November 3rd,
whom she leaves with an infant daugh
ter. The day before she died she called
her familj around her bed and asked
them to hold family prayers once more.
She then beard sounds of sweet music,
and ere long passed quietly away. The
bereaved ones are deeply saddened, but
hope by christian living to meet their
loved one in the land beyond the prave.
Her Aunt.
MARR1LD
Henry Ball and Miss Eugenia Bourne
eloped from Lancaster to Knoxville and
were made one.
Bradford C. Jefferson and Miss Mat
tie Hazel Reagan were married at ihe
clerk's office yesterday
George Griffith and Miss Louisa Ever
sole were married on the 5th.
At the residence of the bride's father,
Mr. Zach Lamb, near Moberly, by Elder
A. J. Tribble, Tuesday, March 4. Miss
Tommie Lamb and Mr. Thomas Hicks,
They will reside near Moberly. where
Mr. Hicks is a prosperous farmer.
Mr. and Mrs. Thomas J. Black, of
Duncanon, this county, are being con
gratulated over the arrival at their home
on Feb.. 22 of a fine girl baby. The little
Miss has been named Sarah Mason, in
memory of her grand-mother, who died
exactly a week before she was born.
Fine Pair of Mares.
Mr. Wm. K. Boggs. the enterprising
farmer and horseman of Red House, re
ceived the other day from a well-known
breeder in Illinois, two very fine Per
clieron mares, wh eh he will use on his
farm and also breed. Some of the best
mules on the markets today are out of
this breed of mare. J. H B.iughman
of Lincoln county, begun this method of
breeding some 15 years ago and he has
made a great success of it. His mules
are not on ly good sellers, but blue-tie
winners in nearly every ring in which
they are shown.
BIRTHS.
A baby girl arrived at the home of
James Abrams, of the East End, en the
20th.
Born on the first to the wife of James
Hawkins a daughter.
A little daughter arrived at the home
of Mr. and Mm. Perry Winburn on the
1st.
Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Lamb, of the
White Hall section, are rejoicing over
the arrival of a daughter on the 20th.
Mary Cbenault is the name of a little
daughter that came to the home of Mr.
and Mrs. Amos Woolery on the 28th.
Born to the wife of Butler Carrur ou
the 2Cth. He has been christened Wal
lace J.
Bernice is the name of a pretty little
daughter that blessed the home Mr. and
Mrs. Arthur Browning on the 24th.
A daughter was born lo the wife of
John Hall, of White Hall, on the 21th
and there is much happiness in the Hall
home.
W. F. Jacoby & Co., coal mine opera
tors, hve been awarded a verdict for
liS.5T2 51 aeainst the Pennsylvania rail
road for alleged discrimination in fur
nishing coal cars in 1001-05. . .
Educational Meetings.
The people of Hyden were treated to
interesting lectures and sermons by
well known educators Saturday, Feb.
22nd. Washington's birthday.
Saturday morning at 10:30 Prof. Jno.
E. Calfee, of Berea. dilivered a lecture
on "Power." Prof. Calfee is well known
to our people and the Graded School
building was crowded with those who
were anxious to hear him.
Saturday evening at 2 o'clock Prof.
E. C. McDougal, of the East Kentucky
Normal School at Richmond, spoke in
the court-house to a large crowd. Prof.
McDougal took for his subject "Educa
tion and Pa'riotism,-' and he delivered
one of the best educational talks we
have heard.
Saturday evening a large erowd was
present to hear Prof. McDoueal preach
at the Baptist church Sunday morning
and evening Dr. Hubbard, Dean of the
College Departmental Berea, delivered
interesting sermons at the Baptist
church. Leslie Banner, Hyden, Ky.
PERSONAL
A Rocky Road To Hyden.
Rev. E. C. McDougal, of the Eastern
Normal faculty, is back from Hyden,
Leslie county, where he took part in the
dedication of the splendid graded school.
He told the Climax that his trip on the
Ln-Si E. as far as Krypton, 10 miles from
Hyden, was uneventful and rather
pleasant, but it was a rocky road to
not Jordon but Hyden, from there He
not only had to ride horseback but the
road, which was almost impassable, lay
for a good part of the way down the bed
of Middle Fork creek. It took him five
hours to make the trip and as he had to
come back the same way. he was ten
hours in the saddle on his mountain
trip. Such a horseback ride would be
of very little consideration to a moun
tain youth or even to a mountain cir
cuit rider, as a preacher who has several
al churches under his watchcare, is fie
qnently called, but to a dignified college
p-ofessor it must have been something
lerrible. On his trip Mr. McDougle got
a glimpse of "Uutshin" and "Hell For
Sartin" creeks which are made more or
less famous in John Fox's novel "The
Little Shepherd of Kingdom Come.'
Wanting to see a little of country sur
rounding the capital of Leslie county,
Mr. McDougle tried to procure a buggy
and was informed that there was no
such thing in town and very likely none
in the ccunty. Mail is carried to Hyden
by star route from London, a distance of
nearly 50 tn'dvs. Friday morning's
Lexington Herald came in on Sunday
night's mail and other publications were
as old when they reached the energetic
newsboy of that little citv. Provisions,
wearing apparel, etc , are hauled across
the mountains from the nearest railroad
station al 75 cet ts per 100 pounds. Gran
ulated sugar retails at eight cents per
pound and other necessities are propor
tionately high. Mr. McDougal says
that there are many fine people in the
town and a goodly number of subtantial
homes. There is a decided upward ten
dency as regards education and
he thinks there is a bright future for the
place.
Have you tried our Maxwell House
Coffee and Ladies' CluhTea? D. B. Mc
Kinney, 44-tf
Zealous housewives all confess,
That All labor should jrow less;
That the Rush of making bread
Nover should Ingi ill great dread;
To poor flour they Never cling,
They've joined the Zaring rinCl.
43 4l
Mirs Lucia Burnam continues quite
sick.
Robert R. Burnam. Jr , is convalesc
ing from a severe spell of sickness.
Mesdames Harvey Chenault and L. R.
Herrington have returned from a trip
East.
Mrs. B. F. Oealheraee, who has spent
sometime in Iowa with relatives, has
returned home.
Mr. Smith Engleman, of North Dako
ta, is visiting his friend, William Pul
lins. in this city.
Misses Elizabeth and Eleanor Hagan
have returned from a visit to friends at
Winchester.
Cecil Traynor, of this city, has taken
a position with II. C Moody, the Lex
ington trainer and salesman.
Miss Lucy Lee Walton went to S'an
ford this afternoon to spend a few days
witn her cousin, Miss Lyies Cooper.
Miss Polly Duane Traylor will go to
Danville today, to spend some time with
her friend, Mrs. A. S. Robinson.
Mr. P. M. Smyer. a leading merchant
of Kirksville. is in Cincinnati laying in
a stock of goods for the spring trade.
Miss Nettie Scrivner left Tuesday for
Richmond, whfre she takes a position
with a millinery store. Berea Citizen.
Miss Josephine Curd has returned from
a visit to friends and, relatives at Law
renceburg. She wasaccompanied home
by her father.
Miss Linnie Wyman, an expert millin
er of Cincinnati, has arrived to take
charge of E. V. Elder's millinery de
partment. Miss Delia Tudor, who has been in ill
health for several years, is very low al
the home of her mother, Mrs. Ida Tudor,
on the Tate's Creek pike.
Mr. L. B. Weisenburg has rented Mr.
T. J. Smith's handsome home, "Wes'
over Terrace," and will move his fami
ly to this city. , ,
Hon. J. Tevis Cobb arrivod yesterday
from California, where he has been for
his health for the past three months.
He is somewhat improved.
Mr. E. V. Elder is in New York buy
ing dead loads of bargains for his big
store here. He is accompanied by Mr.
Elder. They stopped over in Washing
ton for the inauguration.
Some 40 of the young friends of J.
Browning Terrill stormed him Thurs
day night and had a treat time. The
occasion was his 17th birthday. Danc
ing and games were indulged in and a
toothsome lunch was enjoyed.
Miss Cecil Crawford, of R'chmond
who has been visiting her grandparents.
Mr. rnd Mrs. J. II. Crawford, returned
home Saturday. William P. Turley. of
Richmond, was the truest of his sister.
Mrs U. T. Bruce. Interior Journal, of
Stanford.
Misg Louise Terrill, the pretty little
daughter of County Clerk Robt. Terrill.
has gone to Ml. Jackson Sanitarium, In
dianapolis, to spend some time with her
relative, Mrs. C G. Clift. She will take
advantage of the occasion and try the
irtue of the baths for a slight attack of
rheumatism, which has given her some
trouble.
Mr. J. T. Ferriell is back from anoth
er trip to Northern Louisiana, more de
lighted than ever with that great section
of the country. Asked if he had made
any real estate deals while away, he
said, "Can't tell you right now, but will
give you some good sales in a short
while." Mr. Ferriell has sold many
thousand anres of Northern Louisiana
land to residents of Madison and adjoin
ing counties, and ench buyer seems more
than pleased with his bargain.
That was indeod a compliment to Mr.
J. Hunter Matthews, manager of the
Cumberland Telephone Co.'s exchanges
in this city and at Waco, when he was
given the offices at Nicholasville and at
Wiimore to look after. Met it wins and
Mr. Matthews has lots of it. By the
way, the Climax acknowledges thanks
to him for a copy of the Southern Tele
phone News, published at Atlanta, in
the interest of the telephone business, as
its name indicates. It is a creditable pe
riodical and it should bavea good circu
lation wherever there are telephone in
terests, and that means everywhere in
this progressive time.
WEDNEDAY, March 12 : Broncho 2-ReeI Feature
KENTUCKY WAR STORY
i A lime Grass lioniaiice
and Two J -reel Pictures
4 Brand New Ones
SpeL.J?.i Program of
Music
R. C. Engleman. of Stanford, was in
they city today returning from a busi
ness trip to North Carolina.
Mr. Henry White, the automobile man
of Atlanta, stopped "on his way 10 Chica
go o shake hands with his numerous
friends here.
Mr. Green Clay Walker returned from
Cincinnati Wednesday, where he had
been undergoing treatment for rheuma
tism. He is much improved and hopes
10 oe entirely well in a short time
John Glenn, of Richmond, was the guest
Saturday and Sundav of Mise Bessie
tirown II. Clay Kaufmau was in
Richmond the latter part of 1st week
on legal business Huguely Shearer,
of Richmond, was a visitor here Satur
day and Sunday Mr. A. B. Faris,
State Bank Examiner, was here Satur
day examining the Garrard Bank and
Trust Co. It is useless lo say that he
found this prosperous institution in first
class order. Mr. Faris was raised in
Kirksville and Is a brother of Dr. O. C.
Faris who formerly lived here. He is a
clever gentleman and is making a very
efficient bank examiner. Lancaster
Central Record.
Three Twins.
"Three Twins," which comes lo the
Grand Opera House on Tuesday evening,
March 11th, is essentially a laugh-pro-motor,
and yet, that is lar from the best
part of it. Its many striking novelties
and catchy music would be bard to ex
cel. The "Cuddle Up a Little Closer,
Lovey Mine" number, with its seven
ages of "cuddling," is one of the pretti
est stage pictures ever produced.
The '"Yams Yams" song: which crea
ted such a sensation in New York at the
Herald Square Theatre, where the
"Three Twins" ran for ten months, is
another of the many song hits; in fact,
there are so many good things in "Three
Twins" that it would require too much
space to describe them. "Three Twins"
comes with a full prestige of a metropol
itan success, having run five months at
the Whitney, in Chicago, and ten months
at the Herald Square, New York.
A Course In Rural School 5u
peivision At Normal.
Prof. T. J. Coates, Supervisor of Lu
ral Schools, is in Richmond conducting
a course in Rural School Supervision.
Prof. Coates U being assisted by the reg
ular faculty of the Institution, and ex
cellent work is being done; More than
one hundred students have enrolled in
this course.
Already 45 counties in the State have
employed supervisors for rural schools,
to co-operate with the county superin
tendents. The course is designed to
meet the needs of these supervisors. Ru
ral school supervision is a step forward
in the way of education in Kentucky.
Under competent supervision, the work
of the rural schpol is organized and
standardized, and our educational sys
tem is made more practical and less the
oretical. Prof. Coates is to be congrat
ulated upon the great work that he is
doing.
Building And Loan Associati'n
Almost Assured.
It seems almost certain now that Rich
mond will have a Building and Loan As
sociation, and there are fe enterprises
that can be of more help to a city than
such an one. Messrs. Knight and Wilds,
of Nicholasville, mention of whom was
made last week, are the moving spirits
in the establishment of the association
and they have interested many of our
most substantial people with the propo
sit ion that they are so well presenting.
The following are a few of Richmond's
citizens who are not only in favor of the
Building & Loan Association, but have
taken stock in ii:
Robt. R. Burnam. J. W. Cioke, J J.
Greenleaf, W. E. li anion, llobi. U. Bur
netii, Jr., F. M Stivers, W G. White,
Paul burnam. C. E. Dougias, '.Jooree D.
Simmons, W. II. Grider, 11. J. McKee,
T. K. Hamilton, A. D. Miller, Charles
Uiggins. W. H. Bennett, J, II. Muimews.
Sir Wiids is spending a fe 7 days at
his home, but will be back Mun Juy, and
he and Sir. Bob Burnam, Jr.,wi!l call on
these w!io are wiilii g to have the tr;.'r
Qoiiion subuvued aud explained tntliem
an. I give t!:e;n an ovpirtuniy f
scr!t)i!if fcr hs oaiiy snares of s'ock as
ihtV !;.I!V W'l.l.
Church Notes
Rev. P. Newton Taylor will preach al
Kavanaugh school-house next Saturday
and Sonday evening at 7 o'clock.
Rev. J. A. Burns, of Oneida Institu:e.
will preach at the Baptist church morn
ing and evening on Sunday, March liith.
After the morning service there w'ul be
a meeting of the members of the church.
All members are requested to be pres
ent. Dr. D. II. Scanlan will fill his pulpit
at the First Presbyterian church at both
the morning and evening services. Sun
day. There will be specii music in the
morning, which will include a solo by
Miss Ruth Wiggins, one of Richmond's
gifted vocalists.
Good
Women Keeping
Good Work-
Up
The good women of Richmond are
keeping up their splendid work in fur
nishing soup for those pupils of Cald
well High School whose patents are not
in position to furnish them with whole
some lunches, and if they are not re
warded in this life Ihey certainly will
bfl in the one to come. It is greatly
hoped that those who have taken the '
matter in hand will be able to continue
to furnish these lunches until the cold
weather is over, if not longer, as already
improvement is apparent in the work of
those who have been fed. If '.here are
those who have not contributed to this
most laudable cause or those who are
willing to help further they will greatly
oblige the committee if they will notify
as soon as possible Mrs. Ballard Luxon.
If there are those who have any kind of
wearing apparel they have discarded
they will do a good deed by giving them
to Mrs. Sam A. Deatherage, who will
have them repaired and give them to
worthy objects of charity. Few of our
people are aware of the magnificent
work these noble women are doing. Did
they know the real condition of affairs
they would be even more liberal inthier
donations, and those who have done
nothing would be aroused to action. We
are-informed that Councilmeo Coving
ton and Bybee, representing the city.are
lending great aid and are placing the
city's contributions where they will go
ihe farthest and do the most good.
We
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It is all I
a collection or very nat.
artistic Furniture fur
room in the house.
strongly and dnrb!y bu..t,
and Ihe finish to eact arti
cle is perfect. We invite
inspection, and should be
glad to show you through
our large and varied stock. Every piece is warra .ted, an. I our prices aiil
satisfy ihe mosl economical.
Carpets, Matfing and Rugs Are a Specialty
With Us
W. F. HIGGINS
I Furniture, Carpets, Stoves and Ranges
Opposite Hotel Glyndon Richmond. Ky (
Your Baby Carnage ftetlred While You Watt
Particular People
Prefer
Our
on account of their w ell known purity. Every
body wants to purchase at the store where
the most discriminating are satisfied
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Groceries, China and Field Seeds
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Your Gas Meter Will
Prove Its Economy
After you. have used the
Lindsay Model
Home Arc
for a month, you will find that while
you have been enjoying better illum-
maticn, you have been using less gas.
Let Our Man Show You
the advantages cf this perfect ga3 light
It is handsome finished in white enamel and gold. . It
is guaranteed for three months against breakage. Rubbed
with a damp cloth it can be made to shine like new.
Our man will call shortly. Let him show you. If when
you have seen the light, you want it, pay in easy monthly
installments.
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Richmond Water 8z Light Company
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