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FURNITURE, CARPETS,
Opposite Hotel Glyndon
TM Madison Garag
Incorporated
which is now entering on its second year as agents lor
FORD CARS
reports an extremely satisfactory business for which it
wishes to thank its customers. Ford Cars have been
sold to the following:
Runabout converted to delivery wagon
Normal City Laundry
Two Passenger
O. I,. Arnold Kirksville
W. S. Broaddus, Iiichmond
Five Passenger
Dr. D. R Rot l inn I5r
Mrs. F. E Jennings, Richm'd
M. C. Kellopg, Richmond
Hugh Murray, Terrill
John Reeves, Red House
J. L. Reeves, Richmond
Morris Ross, Collonburg
The Best is the
Cheapest
Our John Deere Farm Wagons are the best to be had.
They are made especially tor us by the largest manufac
turers of farm wagons in the world a firm which has
devoted several years to the making of farm wagons
alone. Every wagon is made from the yery best mater
ials and contains many special features found in farm
wagons of no other make. Don't wait for your old
wagon to break down but come today and let us show you
Richmond Heating and Plumbing Co.
Telephone 270 Clay Building, Main Street
The Car That Sells by the
Train Load
THE B-25 SELF STARTED; $1050
f. o. b. FLINT
The 1914 Buick B-25 is a car we're proud of. It's a car that has all kinds
'f ' pep," a car that is good to look at, a car that rides easy, and a car
tli&t will take anybody anywhere be wants to go and bring him back again.
Best Automobile Con
cern In the World Be
hind This Cnarantec
The Buick overhead valve
motor is guaranteed to de
velop more power and to
give more mileage per gal
lon of gasoline than any
other motor of iu size,
either American or foreign
make.
RICHMOND
R. W. MONTGOMERY
PHONE 65 '
STOVES AND RANGES
Telephone 474
3
Runabout
Kellogz & Co., Richmond
Chas. Soper, Richmond
Touring Car
Roy Schooler, Collonburg
Edmon Turner. Round Hill
Jack Twigs, Whites Station
VV. T. Vaughn, Richmond
John W. Welch. Berea
L. B. Weisenburg, Richmond
Every 1914 Buick is Delco self started.
And the Delco starter smarts.
Everything is left side drive and center
control The motor is the same type of
overhead valve to which has been large
attributable Buick success.
There are six pleasure car models this
season, ranging in prize from 1950 to
$1985, the last a six-cylinder touring car
that has made and will make 17 1-3
miles per gallon of gasoline. .
No matter what you're driving, we can
make you better pleased.
AUTO CO.
. J. T. ARNOLD
COR. B. AND WATER STS.
Doty Estate to be Sold.
Mr. Sue Doty's estate will be sold
the latter part of next month. See an
nouncement of exact date in next issue
of the Climax.
Stable Burned.
A stable belonging to Tim O'Neil burn
ed Wednesday. The loss is small. The
run was the fourth the fire ladies have
had this month.
Pays For Privilege.
The new treasurer of Jessamine coun
ty, J. 8. Smiihers, pays 1175 a year for
the privilege. County treasurers used
to get fat salaries, but the times have
changed.
It Is Ever Thus.
Editor Bell, of the Geogetown Times,
takes no stock in the report of a short
turkey crop, and says he never knew it
to fail that such a report was started
just before selling time.
In a Serious Condition.
Policeman Jesse Dykes is in a serious
condition at the Gibson Infirmary. He
has had to be operated on the second
time for gall stones. Mr. W. M. Maupin
has Lis beat during his illness.
Loses Valuable Horsa
Mr. Edgar Doty lost by death Wednes
day Lord Bourbon, the fine saddle horse,
valued at $2,500. lie was a fine show
amuiai ana naa won a number of pre
miums throughout the country.
Always Get Results.
Mrs.Mason Dunn is singing the praises
of the Climax as an advertising medium.
She lost a fine gold watch Monday affd
put a little notice in the paper Tuesday.
The finder saw it and yesterday it was
returned to her very great delight.
Important Decisioa
The Court of Appeals decides that
section of the school law of 1912, which
provides for the levy of an valorem tax
of 50 cents on each $100 value of proper
ty for school purposes is unconstitution
al. That instrument places the amount
at 25 cents.
Everybody's Saying It
Writing from his home at Wagoner,
Okla., Dr. K. S. Portwood says "En
closed you will find money order for an
other year. I would not do without the
Climax at any price. I am an old
Madisonian and enjoy the news it gives
twice a week."
Splendid Program Tonight
At the Alhambra tonight will be seen
'A Faithful Servant," produced by the
Vitagraph Co. with Maurice Coslello in
the leading role. "The Joy Ride" and
'The Rose of Sharon," two mighty good
pictures, will also be shown. Read pro
gram for tomorrow elsewhere.
Death of James Hubbard.
Mr. James Hubbard, of the Kingston
neighborhood, died Thursday after a
long illness of consumption, aged about
GO. He was twice married and his
second wife survives him as well as a
daughter. Mr. Hubbard was a good
citizen and highly thought of by his
neighbors. The, interment Friday was
in the family burying ground near his
late home.
Thanks Climax For Assistance
Dr. J. G. Crabbe, to whom their suc
cess was mostly due, writes the Climax:
The Farmers' Chautauquas in Madis
on county were a great success. The
work will be far-reaching. I can only
thank you for your splendid service in
helping to advertise the m eetings. Com
mand me when I can serve you at any
time. These are mere words, out tney
are cordial and sincere.
Phone C2 Lackey & Todd-for fancy
groceries. tu Dj tl
Odd Fellows Back.
Messrs. B. Juett, C. C. Wallace, Lewis
Powell and T. S. Todd, representatives
of Madison Lodge, No. 14, have just re
turned from the State meeting of Odd
Fellows at Paducah. Mrs. Juett accom
panied her husband and had the honor
of being chosen one of the directors of
the Widows and Orphans Home at Lex
ington;. Mr. Juett was presented with
a beautiful jewel by the body for faith
ful services as Grand Pa'riach o( the
Encampment.
Ford Almost Destroyed.
A fire which originated in a barber
shop, kept by a negro, came near wiping
out the little town of Ford just across
the river in Clark county on the L. & N.,
Wednesday morning at an early hour.
The buildings burned were the barber
shop mentioned; a house occupied
as a dwelling by David Clifford; a dwell
ing occupied by Lew Sowders; a dwell
ing owned and occupied by Jack Lovett;
the dwelling of Gordon Wilder; the
dwelling or Mrs. Bettie Johnson; the
dwelling of Joe Eades, owned by War
ner; an empty dwelling owned by War
ner; the dwelling of P. Hukle, owned by
Anse Warner, and another empty
dwelling owned by Warner. The busi
ness properties were the large brick
building, formerly the Ford Lumber
Company's Store, now owned by War
ner, and the Howard Hotel building,
owned by John Howard, and operated
by him as a store. An L. & N. engine
assisted in fighting the flames and sav
ing the depot. Mr. Warner owned 10 of
14 buildings burned. The loss is $40,000
to $50,000, with about 11,000 insurance.
Opera House Tonight 10c
Catarrhal Trouble Ended
Use Hyomei.
Yon Breathe It No Stomach Dos.
lags Clears tbe Head.
Use nature's remedy for catarrh, or
cold in the head, one that is harmless
yet quick and effective.
It is the healing oils aud balsams of
Hyomei which you breathe through a
small pocket inhaler. This curative and
antlseptic'air reaches the most remote
air cells in the nose, throat and lungs,
killing the catarrhal germs, stopping the
offensive breath, raising of mucus, drop-
Dines in the throat, crusts in the
noc
and all other catarrhal symloms.
Tbe complete outfit costs only tl-00,
and B. i Miaaeiion win reiurn your,
ill return
money if you are not satisnea. uo not
continue to suffer catarrhal ills try Hy
omei now today. St.
Mr. McCord's Funeral Monday,
It is thought now that his daughter,
Mrs. C. W. Howard, of Washington
State, will arrive in lime for the funeral
of Mr. Rufus P. McCord to be held at
his late home at 10:00. Monday next.
Load of Coal Given Away at
Upera House.
Mr. Shelby Howell held the lucky
number which gOt the load of Red Star
coal that was given away Wednesday
night at the Opera House.
Sowers Resigns.
If be was so soon done for, what in
the world was he begun for? This may
apply to Mr. J. L. Sowers, who has giv
en up his job on the Madisonian and re
turned to Nicholasville.
We receive every morning a full line
of green vegetables and would be glad
to supply your wants. Phone 72 & 144
Covington Thorpe Co. 57-tf.
Invitation To Veterans.
Manager Baxter extends an invitation
to the veterans of the Civil War on both
sides to witness the "Creat Battle of
Gettysburg," at the Opera House on the
27th, wheh be will have seats reserved
for them, without money and without
price.
Second Operation.
County Attorney C. P. Moore, of Jack
son county, who was operated on at the
Gibson Hospital here for an abscess on
the jawbone, caused by a bad tooth, was
again operated on at London on his re
turn home, says a dispatch, the first
failing to afford relief, and he is doing
well.
Spirella Corsets.
I have the agency for the celebrated
Spirella Corsets and guarantee a fit for
any figure. New models now on dis
play. Guaranteed to be non-rusting and
non-breakable. Prices reasonable and
your inspection solicited. Mrs. Uallie
Deatherage, North street. Phone 500.
2-81
Circuit Court .
There has been little done in this
court this week. The grand jury is still
in session, having had its term extend
ed. Among the indictments found were
twelve, for receiving money to be nsed
in elections and it is understood that
some of those indicted at least will
plead guilty. The lowest fine is $50.
Court will open again for business Mon
day.
Lackey & Todd for sliced
breakfast bacon
bams and
tu 95 tf
Local Song Writers.
"Ragtime Revenue Man" is the title
of a song written by Edgar Todd and
Tracy Green both local boys, Mr. Todd
being the son of Jno. A.Todd, Mr. Green
being the junior member of the firm of
J. M. Green & Son piano dealers.
Mr. Todd is the writer of "Sweetheart
of My Dreams," 'Til Make Your Path
Of Roses" etc. Mr. Green is a new
comer in the song-writling field, but
judging from bis work he is sure to
make good.
Ragtime Revenue Man" is a song
original in construction and with the
melody and words that make a winner.
It will be featured at the Opera House,
to night by Kane & Wagner, the two
boys who are delighting the crcwds
with their singing. Messrs Todd &
Green report that, they have several large
orders for this number.
The Passing of Mr. Cobb
A long, useful and exemplary life end
ed at 9:15 Thursday night when the spir
it of Mr. Harvey Cobb was called to
Him who gave it. Had Mr. Cobb lived
till next February he would have been
88 years of age It was from the effects
of his great age that he died. For many
years Mr. Cobb was one of Madison coun
ty's most prominent and active citizens,
but for a long time he had been unable
to go about. His wife preceded him to
the tomb some three years, but four
children Messrs. J. Tevis Cobb and
Charles Witney Cobb, of Bichmond, and
Mrs. W. H. Welch, of Louisville, and
Silas Cobb, of Santiago, Cal., survive
him. A daughter, Mrs. Eliza Huguely,
left three children Mrs. M. R. Baxter,
Mrs. R. P. McCord and Mr. D. Tevis
Huguely, deputy county clerk.
Mr. Cobb was a conscientious member
of the Methodist church and did much
good by his example, faith and practice.
After services at his late home at Red
House, Saturday at 1 p. m., by Presid
ing Elder E. G. B. Mann, of Lexington,
the remains will be brought to Rich
mond for interment, arriving about 3
o'clock.
Back To The SoiL
Stateland, the Eastern State Normal's
splendid farm, was initiated last even
ing into its own possible joys. Again
Eastern came forth with another unique
experiment and these experiments are
becoming both frequent and appreciat
ed.
The oocassion was the first student
reception of the year. But this time
the President and , Faculty entertained
more than two hundred students with
a busking-bee. The stiff-shirt was aban
doned for the negilgee and the. evening
dress was forsaken for a garment that
could withstand both dust and wear in
the field.
At six thirty the great party walked
eastward to Stateland, chaperoned by
almost every member of the faculty,
After the mile walk they were directed
by Professor Pullen, head of Agricul
ture, into the heart of activity, a large
corn field, that lay into the moonlight
with a touch of allurement half work.
half lomance. With faculty supervision,
tbe party, was soon a desperately hard
working, loyal force. Tbe shocks were
torn down, the ears of corn went into
neat piles and the fodder was stacked in
neat rows. At least it was so directed by
man-in-charge and we believe be was
obeyed. Tbe moonlight revealed a pic
ture of dear old past, where life had less
frivolity anO more of humanity, more
of labor, and less of sham, more of
equality and less of transient rank.
At eight-thirty the faculty committee
on social entertainments served as re
freshments cider, ginger-bread, and ap-
Spies. To this committee the Eastern
community owes much. Very early in
tne evening march was made back from
tK. th- ment-i toiL a aumber
of Richmond friends accompained East
era.
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Church Notes
A protracted meeting was begun at
the Christian church Sunday and is now
n progress with much interest mani
fested. The Rev. Ellis B. Barnes, of
Richmond, is preach'ng strong and able
got pel sermons each evening, the servi
ces beginning at 7 p. m. The meeting
will continue through this and next
week. C. M. Lambert in charge of
the singing. Carlisle Advocate.
Rev. C. K. Marshall will preach at the
Eavanaugh school house next Sunday
afternoon at 2:30.
The revival at Paint Lick Presbyter
ian church, conducted by Rev. San ford
Logan, of Wilmore, has had over fifty
additions. Preaching will continue over
Sunday.
Dr. D. H. Scanlon returned yesterday
from the Synod at Lebanon. ' The 19U
meeting will be held in Shelbyville. The
meeting at Lebanon will end today.
THE. ALHAMBRA.
The Vitagraph Co. presents "Maurice
Costello" in '"A Faithful Servant," story
of how treachery works out an ignomin
ious end. Tbe reward of faithful ser
vices comes slow but sure. "The Joy
Ride," Pathe comedy and "The Rose of
Sharon," Essenay masterpiece, present
ing a beautirul story of the civil war.
When the Alhambra Orchestra was
installed, every care was taken in the
selection of musicians,- and only capable
land efficient musicians were employed.
Patrons of the Alhambra have recogniz
ed the quality of the music and the or
chestra is acknowledged the best ever
in Richmond. It is under the direction
of Mrs. J. W. Emerick. Have yo.u heard
them? If not, come and do so and give
us your opinion.
TOMORROW
"The Shortstop's Double," Solig
drama, showing bow confidence men got
a ball "fan" in bad. "Pa Says," Bio
graph farce comedy.' Vitagraph pre
sents "A Maid of Mandalay," featuring
Maurice Coslello and Clara Kimball
Young. Scenes taken in Burmah.
Watch for announcement of our com
ing features.
Memorial to Prof. White.
Dr. W. O. White went to Lexington
Thursday to attend the memorial servi
ces at Slate University in honor of bis
late brother, Prof. J. O. White. Presi
denllBarker, Dr. Kastle and Hon. R. C.
Stoll delivered eulogies on the . great
worth of the deceased and his long apd
useful services as instructor. I he me
morial sermon was preached by Rev. I
Spencer and an appropriate musical
program was rendered by local must
cians of prominence.
Lexington Tobacco Market,
November 20.
At a called meeiing of the Lexington
Tobacco Exchange, it was decided to
open the loose-leaf tcbaoco market there
for the season on Thursday, November
20tb.
CHAIR ISEAUTIIFJEK
It's just what its name. implies just to
make the hair glossy, and lustrous, and more
beautiful just to make it easier to dress, and
more natural to fall easily and gracefully into
the wavy lines and folds of the coiffure, just to
give that delightful fresh and cool effect, and
leave a lingering, delicate, elusive perfume.
A liquid shampoo to keep the hair clean, soft, smooth and beautiful,
an instantaneous rich, foaming lather, penetrating to every part of the hair
and scalp. It is washed off just as quickly, the entire operation taking only
a few moments.
It leaves no lumps or stickiness.
Just a refreshing sense of cool, sweet cleanliness.
Just a dainty, pleasant and clean fragrance.
Both m oJJ-shaped ornamental bottles, with sprinkler lops.
Harmony Hair Beautiher, $i.oo ; Harmony Shampoo, 50c
Both guaranteed to please you, or your money back.
SoM only hy tkm mar. Am 7000 R.ull Stona-Th World. (Wni Drat Slam- uhI
Sold in this community only at
Henry L.
I M A R R I L D
At the residence of Rev. A. J. Tribble
on the lGth, by that divine. Mr. Frank
Stephens and Miss Helen Fritts were
united in marriage.
M Lindsay McCuddy, of Lexington,
and Miss Lucy. .Wells, of the Valley
iew section, were married in this city
on the llih.
Mr. George Washington Tisdale and
Miss Rose Burton, both of Whites Sta
tion, were united in marriage at her rev
idenceon the 15th.
Mr. Jesse East, 20, of Lancaster, and
Miss Bessie Long, 13, of Cottonburg,
ere married in the County Clerk's of
fice on the 14th.
Dr. Thomas Wesley Stallings, of Tex
as, and Miss Lillie Buchanan Lea veil, of
Garrard county, were united in marrfage
Wednesday at the home of tbe bride.
STYLECRAFT COATS $10.00
STYLECRAFT SUITS $10.00
Come here for FALL MILLINERY, where, everything in Millinery is fresh, new and desira
ble. Come where stocks are
viting. Come where prices
DOROTHY DODD SHOES
FOR WOMEN
Is like what you want
your hair to be
Lustrous, bright and
glossy; soft, silky
and wavy.
To have beautiful
hair like this, use
WiH not change or darken the color of the
hair. Contains no oil ; therefore, cannot leave
the hair sticky or stringy.
Very pleasant to use, very easy to apply
simply sprinkle a little on your hair each tir.io
before brushing it.
To thoroughly clean your hair and sculp,
use
Harmony Shampoo
Perry
.WH!hifirir' :!M,!
near Bryantsville.
Friends are in receipt of the following
invitation: Mr. Charles Thomas Worth
lngton invites you to be present at the
marriage of his daughter, Theresa CilL
to Dr. Ernest Owsley Grant, on the ev
ening of Wednesday, the fifth of Novem
ber, Nineteen hundred and thirteen, at
eight o'clock. Happy Valley, Blue Grass
Road, Danville, Kentucky.
Miss Marry Oldham and Mr. James
W. Deatherago were married on Wednes
day afternoon. October 13, by tbe Rev.
E, B. Barnes at his home on Lancaster
avenue. Although the friends of both
Miss Oldham and Mr. Deatherage had
expected this event for some time, yet
the date was not known, so after all it
came as quite a surprise. Mr. and Mrs.
Deatherage left at once for a short trip,
after which they will be at the home of
the bride's parents, Mr. and Mrs. T. M.
Oidham, in the county. We are sure that
no couple have ever married in this
The New Fall Stylecraft
Coats and Suits
Are Beautiful...
In all our experience w$ never saw such
values. We want every woman to come
in and see these handsome models Those
who do wil! surely go home and tell their
friends about them. You will need no
urging to purchase when you see these
new Stylecraft Coats and Suits for FalL
Tbe Clothes Laxnrions
Ask to see these beautiful pile fabric coats,
they are going to be all the rage this win
ter. They are splendid values for the
money. Let us show you these hand
some coats and try one or two on you
largest, prettiest and most varied. Come where values are h
are mct mod,, ate lor thfc qtalities offered. That's Here
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county with more friemls, and ti them
we extend heartiest conraluiiv.nin-i ,nil
very best wishes.
5ends Message of 5 mputhy.
In session at Lebanon the U-Jy sent
this dispatch to Dr. L. II. Il'.aiit n uo
is ill at Danville:
"Synod of Kentucky snils irrewiiii:
and regrets your absence M,e first in
forty years and pray I hat ni nil
graciously give you His j revnce :inl
blesafus. Read Romans. :'.'-
"David M Sueeiv"
Dr. Blanton is the father of Messrs.
W. E. and Hairy Blanton a:nl of the late
husband of Mrs. L. R. Blanton. of this
city, where he used to live ami has so
many friends.
In 19 12. 250,000,000 eirs, fresh and
canned, were exported. briHsjunr nearly
H, 500, 000 in return. Imparls increase
but are far below exports, and the hen
is prepared to do still belter if s(ukeii
to kindly.
TO $30.00
TO $30.00
DOROTHY DODD SHOES
TOR WOMEN
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