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40lh YLAR Tuesday and Friday RICHMOND, MADISON COUNTY. KENTUCKY, TUESDAY AFTERNOON 3 O'CLOCK, OCTOBER 7, 1913
NUMBER 3
fflE RICHMOND CLI
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IL IRL IBlanutoim
Wholesale and Retail
Coal, Feed, Salt, Sand,
Lime, Cement
and AH Kinds of Plaster Material
Hauling of All Kinds
Corner Main and B
Streets
Telephone
85
THE KENTUCKY WHEAT DRILL is the only
Drill made that has the Four Feed, which all others
claim. If you want a drill for the longest life with
the most satisfactory results buy The Kentucky
D, B. Shackelford & Company
That Box of 'WHITMAN'S'
It's a treat to give it. Such a perfect thing. '
So pleasing to the taste.
Beautiful, without being loud.
Trig ane trim with no loose ends.
And full of mouthf uls of pure pleasure.
Any size of box.
Any price you care to pay.
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1 mm.
GET IT WHERE THEY'VE GOT IT
Stockton's Drug Store
" News and Comment
Evelyn Nesbitt Tbaw Las written the
story of her life for a New York paper,
which will likely be denied the mails,
because of its immorality and obscen
ity.
ane Anderson flews tells or a man
getting his neck broken in two places.
Insatiate Alverson, would not once suf
fice?
Ihekugenic marriage law has cut
down marriaees so greatly in Wisconsin
that the preachers are asking for more
salaries, since they receive so few fejs.
Maybe that short salaries and ' the high
cost of living also had something to do
with the reduction.
"Safety first" is the new slogan on the
New Haven railroad, which seems to
have satiated its Dronensitv for killine
and maiming its passengers, under its
old rules.
A fire insurance company impresses
the importance of property owners in
suring it, now that Mrs. Pankhurst is
about to arrive. Good advice, since the
militants, of which she is the head, have
destroyed over a million and a half of
property ia England.
early. The old man is a great observer
of nature and his predictions hit about
as often as the weather bureau's.
They are going to have a buggy fac
tory in Harrodsburg. People over there
must think they are living in the last
century. Buggies are obsolete now.
Why not wake up and make a few au
tomobiles T
We are advised to look out for coun
terfeit tlO bills on the First National
Bank of New York. It would be a dead
give away for a man to bring a b'Jl that
large to this office. We'd know it was
"queer."
Did you ever write a poem
Without an idea in your head.
With precious little doing
And nothing to be said?
Ilopkinsville Kentuckian.
Did you ever edit a paper,
When you didn't know a thing,
With no news a-stirring,
And ho copy on the string?
Dr. Wiley claims to have discovered a
process by which four-year old whisky
can be made in 40 minutes. However,
we hope he will keep it to himself. We
have enough of that kind now.
The Mountain Echo, at London, has
changed hands and politics. It was a
Boosevelt organ. Hereafter it will try
to bolster up the falling interests of the
o. p. The worse feature of the change
is that it throws Editor J. W. Stevenson
onl, after be has gotten the paper to be
patially worth while.
The income tax law, which operates
against bachelors, ought to stimulate
the marriage market, if the selfish old
rascals can be made to see the point.
OH Weather Prophet Pulliam, of the
Harrodsburg Herald, says we are going
to have a cold winter, because the squir
rels are building their nests unusually
Hair Goods,
ke your combings into switches.
. transformations and other hair
at a small price. I also remodel
'xnls, add hair to your old braids
ransformations. Braids colored
an.i re-woven at moderate price. Mrs.
KUu ! Mackey Walker, 207 W. Main St
I't. ..Tie 5)5. Residence 203. 52-tf
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and
Distributing Agents Wanted.
Either sex, earn $12.50 per hundred.
Giving away. free packages. Blumer's
Perfumed Laundry Starch. All or spare
time. 701 Blumer Bldg, Lincoln ave.,
Chichago. 111. 103-tf
Our line of Groceries are the best you
can buy. AH new and fresh. Phone
72 4. 144. Covington Thorpe Co. 57-tf.
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WINTERS COLD
Prepare tc
enjoy its exhila
rating frosts by
making your blood rich,
pare and active to pre
vent colds, grippt
and rheumatism.
Good blood prevents sickness
and Scott's Emala ion-will energize
your blood and create reserve
strength to endure changing
seasons.
Scott's Emulsion is not an
experiment but has served humanity
faithfully for forty years; it contains
the purest cod liver oil free from
alcohol or stupefying drugs.
Scott's Emulsion is nature's
greatest blood-maker and furnishes
the elements necessary for body
warmth, rich blood and healthy
circulation.
Shan alcoholic tubttitattt and demand
th gmnuinm Scott 'a Emulsion
AT ANY DRU9 STORE 1S-71
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An Atlanta man fell out of a four-sto
ry window and rising from the ground
unhurt picked up a diamond pin. At
least that is what is telegraphed from
the enterprising Georgia capital, but the
story would probably turn out to be a
fake, TUst as the supposed diamond
proved to be paste.
The Climax is under obligations to the
capable managing editor of the Lexing
ton Herald, Mr. J, Sherman Porter, for
favors of a substantial nature. Mr. Por
ter came to Kentucky from Ohio a Re
publican, but after a year or two in Ken
tucky the scales dropped from his eyes
and he is now a good Democrat, dishing
out more good political dope for the
party than anybody.
One Night Did Prewitt
A night in jail sufficed to unloose the
tongue of Mr. David Prewitt and the
next day he not only answered the ques
tion he said he wouldn't, but all others
put to bim by the grand jury.
Russell Appointed.
Gov. McCreary has appointed J. J.
Russell, superintendent of the Richmond
colored high school, one of the delegates
to represent Kentucky at the celebration
of the 50th anniversary of the Emanci
pation Proclamation at' Atlantic City,
Oct. 13.
Moral Victory For The Tariff
The big thing achieved by the tariff
revision is the moral victory. It ought
to work to the consumers' advantage in
the improved quality of goods and, per
haps, in some instances, in a reduction
in price. The man of small means, . for
instance, should be able to buy woolen
clothing for his family where he has
been buying shoddy,
i But the great gain has been in the
field of morals. Up to this time the tar
iff has been revised in the interest of a
few men with a pulL This time it has
been revised in the interest of the whole
people. The difference is the difference
between anti-social legislation and social
legislation, between i mm moral action
and righteous action.
It is immoral for a government to tax
the whole people for the benefit of a fa
vored few. A government founded on
on special privilege cannot endure It
is a splendid victory for Democracy
when one of the traditional strongholds
of privilege is at last captured. Such a
triumph is more important in itself and
in its indirect effects than ia the imme
diate practical consequences of the via
tory. Kansas City Star.
Lackey Sc. Todd
coffees. Phone 62.
for
best teas and
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Mr. Parkes Passes.
The death of Mr. John B. Parkes at his
handsome home, formerly the Stone
Walker residence, came shortly after
the Climax was printed Friday after
noon. He had been in a precarious con
dition for several months, due to harden
ing of the arteries, and the end was
not unexpected. Several years ago Mr.
Parkes came to this city from Paint Lick,
where be was a large farmer and stock
man, and where with the Walker broth
ers, he was a great devotee of the fox
hunt, and his home was the center of a
large circle of kindred spirits. He served
a term as president of the National Fox
Hunters Association, and was very pop
ular with the members of the organiza
tion as well as generally. He continued
to operate his farm at Paint Lick while
living here and to keep his fox hounds
which had won so irany trophies. Mr.
Parkes was 69 years of age and a veteran
of the Civil War, having served on the
Union side in the Cth Kentucky Cavalry.
He was a man of wealth and a director
in the Citizens National Bank, of this
city. Two daughters survive, Mrs.
Bolton Kilgore, of San Angelo, Texas,
and Miss Jennie Parkes, or this city, to
gether with sisters and brothers, as fol
lows: Mrs. Nannie P. Smith. Mrs. W.
W. Watts, Mrs. Nannie P. Embry and
James B. Parkes and a balf-broth"r and
sister, Mr. S. S. Parkes and Mrs. James
Wilmore, all of this city. He was an
uncle of Thomas J. Smith, State Bank
ing Commissioner, of Fronkfort, Ky.
Funeral services were held at the resi
dence at three o'clock Sunday afternoon
and long concourse of friends followed
the remains to their resting place in the
Richmond cemetery.
A Serious Charge.
Edgar Abner and Sarah Dause were
married at Richmond on the 24th. These
parties applied to County Clerk Grin
stead for a license to marry last week,
but Mr. Grinstead had information that
the woman had been previously married
to a man who is still living and from
whom she has not been divorbcd
Irvine Tribune.
Bob Ford a Hot Tip.
The Washington correspondent of the
Louisville Post names "Bob" Ford as
the latest hot tip for Collector of this
district.
Shanks Prospering.
Mr. Milo Shanks, well kjiown here as
the former owner of the Pantagraph,
seems to have struck it rich in his new
home at Elmira, N. Y. He has bought
the Daily Telegram, of which he has
been manager several years, the face
value of whose stock is $02,000. A copy
of the paper shows that it is in a pros
perous condition and finely edited.
Resolutions of Respect
Whbbbas, The Great Spirit has in his
wisdom spread the mantle of Death over
the form of our beloved brother, I. D.
Todd; and
Whkbeas, This afflicting visitation
has deprived this Lodge of a true friend
and brother.
Whbrras, Through his death this
Lodge sustained a severe loss, and in
its sorrow, be it
Rksolvko, That we hereby extend to
the bereaved family our sincere fraternal
sympathy in this thi hour of their great
sorrow.
Rksolvko, That these resolutions be
spread upon the minutes and a copy be
sent to the family
N. V. VVhitk,
R. C. Stockton, V Committee
A. D. Miller,
Plenty of Oats and all kinds of field
seeds at " attractive prices. See us
before buying.
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R. L. Arnold & Co.
gapedisiD ' Msnhhress Sale
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On the
Celebrated
Come See
them in our
Windows
We have arranged for a Special Sale
On the cefebrated Steams & Foster Mattress and are offering this most Comfortable.
Durable and Sanitary of all Mattresses, in selected patterns of the best qualities of Satin
finish. Dust-proof Tickings-wTTHOUJ EXTRA CHARGE.
Beware of so-called "Special Sales" on "Cotton-felt" or "Felt Mattresses said to be
"the "genuine kind" and offered at such ridiculously low prices as are sometimes seen dis
played. You do not know WHAT sort of material has been hastily STUFFED into the
ticking. From a Sanitary standpoint, it may be vile; unfit for any person to sleep upon. As
for genuine Comfort and Durability, such Mattresses are utterly worthless. It don't pay
to buy them.
Stearns 6t Foster Mattresses have a laced opening (PaL applied for) through which
you can see and examine the inside of the Mattress you GET. That's the safe way to buy
a Mattress. You know what you are getting.
Stearns & Foster Mattresses are made of Clean. Sanitary Cotton; felted into hundreds
of little webs forming many Springy, Buoyant layers standing nearly three feet high. These
layers are then LAID BY HAND and compressed to ONE-SIXTH their original height
and encased in the ticking; then tufted to just the proper tension so as to be Soft, yet Firm,
half yielding to your figure, but supporting it in perfect relaxation.
You will say
"I never Knew a Mattress could be so Comfortable."
That's just what satisfied users of Stearns & Foster Mattresses are saying.
. You owe it to yourself to get one and enjoy rest that is Refreshing Comfortable
Healthful
You don't have to be put to the expense and inconvenience of sending a Stearns 6c
Foster Mattress away to be "Made Over" or "Renovated.' They never require it Aa
occasional Sun Bath keeps them fresh and clean.
Don't Fail to attend this Sale. Come today.
Select the Mattress you want NOW. Don't put up longer with that old uncom
fortable Mattress.
A Comfortable Night's Rest on a Stearns & Foster,
Costs too Little.
WeH give you a POSITIVE GUARANTEE on every Mattress bearing the Stearns
5c Foster name.
Ollcdllhiaiinni IL,sicIkoy
Undertaking a Specialty ' Slfc" I36 22,
W. S. O. R.O. L
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meaa ufferinr ami
daorar. Th CAUSE
ia alwajra internal
Dr. Laoafcardt'a
HEM-ROID
tablets prodnca amazing- raaulta by attacking the
INTERNAL CAUSE. The pUea are dried np and
permanently cured. 24 days' treatment. SUM.
DR. LEONHARDT CO.. Buffalo. N. X. Lfr
Sold by B. Zk Mlddletoa and all drnf gists.
Home-Keeping Women Need
Health and Strength.
ineworitora nome-keeping woman
makes a constant call on her strength
and vitality, and sickness comes through
her kidneys and bladder more often than
she knows. Foley's Kidney Pills will
invigorate and restore her, ami weak
back, nervousness, achinir joints and ir
regular bladder action will all disappear
when Foley's Kidney Pills are used. For
sale by all druggists. ad-oct
Watch Our
Watches
and you'll find them keeping time to
the second. They are like ail our jew
elryreliable. And they are also lik
our
Rings. Brooches
and other ornaments in being as moUer
ate in price as good quality will permit.
When you want JEWELRY we are the
people to remember.
F. J. YEAGER
MAIN STREET
RICHMOND. KT
We Sell
May Manton
Patterns
Ten Cents
Each
IP
on
(ohicB
(ClPCDTD)
OF
LADIES'
AND MEN'S
FOR FALL 1913
SUITS
We Sell
May Manton
Patterns
Ten Cents
Each
We were in the market early selecting the newest and best things in Ladies' and Men's wearing apparel and we now have on display the greatest lines, the best values and
the most stylish assortment of Ready-to-wear Garments ever shown by The Hustling Cash Store g &
Uadies' Suits and Coats
The "Elite" Suits and Coats for ladies at. $ J to $30,00
are without an equal. The Kelly Gar- ..
ments" Suits and Coats at $ 1 0.00, 250 and $ 1 5.00 are ood "ma
terials, well tailored and as good styles as can be had for even more
money : : : : : : : : : : :
Men's Suits and Overcoats
Our own brandsMen's Suits and Overcoats at CI 7 Z
are "Specials" for the price. Our "Gold Bond" 7U ana 3ZKJ
clothes at $15.00 for a Suit or Overcoat can not be surpassed and are
positively guaranteed. Our Suits and Overcoats at $750 to $1250
are beauties for the price and made from best materials
All lines! complete Dress Goods, Wash Fabrics, Outings, Comforts, Blankets, Underwear, Hosiery, Etc. You are especially invited to call and inspect ouf merchandise
just a look and we will thank you ' Very Respectfully
HAMILTON
CORNER FIRSTHAND MAIN STREETS
BROTHER
RICHMOND, KENTUCKY
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