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THE CLIMAX-MADISONIAN, 'WEDNESDAY, OCT. 7, 1914
At :; Normal--.- School This Week
PROMINENT SPEAKERS WILL DELIVER ADDRESSES
-v i tn-rw-r Come, let us loin hands for the uplift of our communities and the betterment of our boys and girls, for tomorrow they take our places
hVhKYKfJlJY irNVIIHU: H. H. BROCK, COUNTY SUPERINTENDENT OF SCHOOLS
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It is said that Coneress will adjourn
about the middle of October.
Secretaries Bryan and Daniels are com
ing to Kentucky to assist in the Demo
The Belgians are destroying their for
est reserves to enable them to maice de
fenses against the invading Germans.
The Clark county grand jury has been
finally adjourned for the term. Some
indictments for election irregularities.
The grand jury in the criminal court
at Louisville has recommended that the
Red Light district be driven from the
The Governor of Mississippi has re
fused to call a special session of the Leg
islature for the'purpose of passing a law
to curtail the cotton crop.
W. R. Smith's resignation as postmas
ter at Lexington has been tendered and
it is predicted that Moses Kauffman will
receive the appointment.
At New Albany, Ind., a parade sev
eral miles long was held with the view
of inculcating ideas looking to the pre
vention of diseases and the preservation
The 34th annual session of the 'Wo-'
man's Christian Temperance Union was
held at Winchester last Friday evening.
The meeting was addressed by Mrs.
A canning factory, worth about $100,
000, was sold to the American Can Co.,
at the price of $1,200,000 in stock. The
Government is now investigating it with
a view of canning the whole company.
The local option clectiion will be con
tested in Clark county and the wets are
now preparing the papers with that end
in view. The election in Bell county
will also be contested by the wets. '
Congressman Cantrill has addressed a
note to the Attorney General asking
whether or not the far jiers of Kentucky
can form their usual pool for the sale of
tobacco. His decision is awaited with
Judge Stout submits the matter of the
shortage in the Secretary of State's of
fice to the next November grand jury.
A special term of the circuit court for
Oct. 19th has been called for the trial of
the case agatnst Dr. Crecelius.
Samuel M. Wilhite. former City Con
troller of Louisville, has been indicted
by the grand jury, charged with embez
element of public funds and has been
sentenced to a term of two to ten years
in the penitentiary.
The Government revenne for the
month of September fell short $9,500,
000. This is compensated by the
fact that the Internal Revenue receipts
were almost six million in excess of the
State Bank Commissioner Smith re
ceived a telephone message announcing
that the Farmers & Merchants Bank at
Pembroke, Ky., has decided to go into
liquidation. He placed it in charge of
Deputy Commissioner Revel.
The Red Men met at Frantcfort m the
Odd Fellows Hall last week and a large
number ot visitors from nearby cities
were in attendance. The address of
welcome was delivered by Paul C. Gaines,
to which Great Sachem Keller respond
ed. Austria has sent a note of apology to
Italy for the destruction of Italian ships
in Asiatic waters, from mines planted by
the Austrian government and has agreed
to pay one million dollars to the families
of the 17 victims of the disaster.
The roof of a zinc mine collapsed in
Missouri, near Webb City, imprisoning
00 men, some of whom afterwards es
caped through air shafts. It is suppos
ed that 12 have been killed.
Mrs. Richard Derby, who was Miss
Ethel Roosevelt, sailed with her hus
band, Dr. Derby, for Paris last week to
aid in caring foi the wounded soldiers in
the hospitals of the French city. Dr.
Derby will act as a volunteer army sur
geon and his wife wjll become a Red
It has been decided by the sinking
fund commissioner to sell the old Gov
ernor's mansion on November 14th at
Rev. J. D. Gwaltney, a former pastor
of the Central Baptist church at Win
Chester, has filed a petition) in bank
ruptcy. He will be remembered as nav
ing made the statement several months
ago that the warld was growing worse
The city of Louisville has adopted at
ordinance prohibiting the publication
of fraudulent, deceptive and misleadin
advertising. It provides a fine of nc
less than rive nor more than $25 for th
publication of any such advertisements,
and each publication to constitute a se
A suit for $100,000 has been filed
against Editor Dick Knott and Reporter
Lewis C. Humphrey by the Axton-I'ish
er Tobacco Co., growing out of articles
printed in the Louisville Evening Fos
in the municipal campaign of last year
Six separate counts are set out in th
It Always Does The Work.
I like Chamberlain's Cough Remedy
Ho lor than nnv nthpr." writes K. E
lKort llnmnr (Vu v. Pa. "'I have taken
if r anri rn fur vcsirs and it has never
failed to give the desired resulis.' For
sale by all dealers Adv. im.
Big Fine Upheld.
' The Kentucky Court of Appeals has
upheld a tine against the L. & N. Rail
road in the sum of $1,900 assessed in th
Franklin circuit court against the Nash
ville, Chattanooga & St. Louis railroad
for failure to report.
The Farmers' Equity Journal, devot
ed to farming and live stock, but chiefly
to the tobacco interest, and which has
been published in Lexington for the past
eight years by Col. R. M. Radd has been
purchased by the Daily Leader, of
Lexington, and will be merged with tha
Yeggmen Safe-Blowers Cap
tured at Middlesboro.
Yeggmen blew open the safes of the
Allen Lumber Co. and the L. & N. Rail
road passenger depot at Middlesboro on
Thursday night last and were captured
shortly afterwaads. They refused to
give their names, but one of them was
recognized as a man from London, Ky.,
who has served a term at Atlanta for
robbing the postotllce at the latter town
All the money was recovered.
The United States Federal Court for
the Eastern District of Kentucky con
vened here Monday, with Judge Coch
ran presiding. The most of the term
was devoted to Internal revenue viola
tions. The newly appointed Federal of
ficials Hon. T. D Slattery, U- S. Dis
trict Attorney; Hon. Finnell, Assistant
U. S. District Attorney, and Sewell B.
Williams, Deputy Collector of Internal
Revenue, were on their respective jobs
for the first time since their appoint
ment. Jackson Times.
An Epidemic In Lancaster.
Rev. F. M. Tinder is finding most of
his time occupied nowadays. Aside
from the duties incident to his church
work, he is frequently at all hours cal!
upon to end the single cussedness for
some young fellow who has found a life
companion to share his future Jot. On
Wednesday afternoon Bro. Tinder per
formed two ceremonies within twenty
minutes of each other, besides othero
during the week Lancaster Record.
W. A. LANG FORD
T. C. VAUGHN
V-Pres. and Manager
These are the Corner 5 tones
We 5tand 5quarely
Miclimond Coal and
A. M. DAVISON
JOHN W. CROOKE
Vigor and Health For Yon
T)o you feel tlifc need of a jroort
Are von alwnye tired.- Do ou
wanf to feel witl.in roug""
the nower that comes with i
l,rlnt health and strength?
It positively "ladlBtJon.lm
prove the tenernl Health nn.l .
riniTH about strength ana
v,Von A strictly liiKlwrrade
meritorious article, approved
I v hitfh authorities, endorsed
y the American Dmc and
Press Association, and guar
anteed by us. Price $1.00
For Sale By
WINES' DRUG STOKE
The "Pork Bill."
The rivers and harbors bill, known as
the "pork bill." provides for an appro
priation of $93,000,000. This sum would
accomplish any one of thefollowing pur
poses: Pay the salaries of the Cabinet
officials for 10,000 years to come. Place
$1 in the pocket of every man, woman
and child in the United States. Build
government railroad from New York to
San Francisco and partially equip it
with rollinsr stock. Rebuild the entire
National capitol, as well as the library
of Congress, White House, State and
other department buildings and Wash
ington's monument. Ex.
5330 An Acre.
The top notch price in Scott county
farms was reached last week when Dr.
David B. Knox sold his place, well known
as the Worthinglon farm, to "Bud
Marshall. The price paid was about
$330 an acre. The farm is located on
the western edge of town, about half a
mile from ti e court house, and contains
about seventy acres. The handsome old
cottage was occupid by the late Mrs
Elizabeth Worthington for ninety-two
years, she having been born in the house
and lived there during her long and use
ful life. Mr. Knox is a son of W. E,
Knox, who formely lived in the Wilmore
neighborhood Jessamine Journal
A Suffragette Hen.
David Sanders brought to the Herald
office- a few days ago a hen's egg with
the figure "10" on it as plain as if mark
ed by print. There was also the outline
of what many people took to be the face
of a skeleton. An old lady living on
Depot street, who is somewnat of a seer
ess, says that the "10" marked on the
egg means that the European war will
last ten years and that the skeleton is
the representation of what everybody
will be if the fighting is kept up that
long. The hen that is responsible for
the. mystically-marked egg is a regular
layer, but she was never known to set
and positively repudiatesany inclination
to raise a family of chicks. Harrods
Lucas Brodhead Dead.
Lucas Brodhead, aged 70 years, a most
highly esteemed citizen of Woodford
county, and who is well known here,
died at his home on October 2nd, from
Mr. Brodhead married Miss Sallie
Breck, daughter of Dr. II.. L. Breck, who
formerly lived here and was at one time
Chancellor of old Central University.
She was a niece of Judge C. II. Breck.
one of the oldest lawyers .of this city.
Mr. Brodhead had amassed quite a
fortune, approximately a quarter of a
million dollars, and had valuable real es
tate in Chicago and in Woodford coun
ty. The town of Brodhead, in Rockcas
tle county, was named for him.
Funeral services were held Saturday-
afternoon at the family residence, con
ducted by Rev. D. C. Lynch. The in
terment occurred in tLe Frankfort Cem
etery. The pall-bearers were, Dr. A. J.
Alexander, Senator Johnson N. Camden,
George McLeod, Lester Wiiherspoon,
Joseph LeCompte. John R. Rout, A. A.
Bowmar and r rank Cniiyi.
Don't dose the little stomachs with
injurious mediciDes -
VIC5 K SEMfi SALVE
Is applied externally to the throat axjd
chest; the body heat releases soothing
antiseptic vapors which are inhaled di
rectly to the affected parts. Relief is
almost immediate. The worst cold la
cured overniprht croup In 15 minutes.
At all drutrsrists. 2tc 60c and L00.
Liberal sample mailed on request. Vick j
Miss Rena Waller, of Lexington, and
Miss Laura Waller were the guests of Mr.
and Mrs. J. M. Risk and other relatives last
Misses Mary Lee Noland and Cora Dun
bar entertained at the home of Mrs. Mug
gie Noland, on Muddy Creek, in honor of
Mrs. Noland's son, who is at home on a
furlough from the U. S. Navy. There were
a large number of young people present
and all seemed to have a good time.
Mrs. Dan Tribble has returned from a
visit to relatives in Lexington.
Mr. Nathan Sharp, of this community,
has enlisted in the U. S, Navy and left for
Norfolk, Va., last" Monday where he wi!l
be in the ' naval school for four months.
Mr. Thomas Noland left for San Francisco
where he will join his companions on a
submarine. Their friends wish them both
much success and good luck.
On Sunday last the' Sunday School con
test between the Reds and Blues closed,
the Reds being victorious, which was cele
brated by a sorghum stir-off and a candy
pulling. All seemed to have a fine time.
No damage was done except a little cane
By the action of the board of school
trustees, Miss Mary N. Waller has been
engaged to teach the second room at the
Union City High School.
Miss Mary Eades has just returned from
WILD WEST CIRCUS
Trained Wild Animal Exhibition and
TENTH TRANS-CONTINENTAL TOUR.
THE LARGEST WILD WEST SHOW Oil EARTH
COMING DIRECT ON THEIR OWN SPECIAL TRAINS OF FORTY,
DOUBLE LENGTH RAILROAD CARS FROM THE
BIGGEST RANCH IN THE WORLD.
'r-r -IVj PERFORMING BUFFALOES
Menagerie1 of Trained Wild Animals
From all parts of the Globe. Daring and Death Defying Acts almost
beyond the realms of lucid imagination.
COSMOPOLITAN COLLECTION OF COWBOYS AND COWGIRLS, VAQOEROS,'
SENORITAS, GUARDIS RORALES. CHAMPIONS OF THE LARIAT,
ROUGH RIDERS, PONY EXPRESS VETERANS, DARING,
ATHLETES, COMICAL CLOWNS, THRILLING
INDIAN FIGHTS AND WAR DANCES
PRINCE JIMMA'S TROUPE OF RUSSIAN COSSACKS,
The Most Daring Horsemen in the World.
BANDS of SIOUX, CHEYENNE and COMANCHE INDIANS
Fresh from the Camp-fire and Council, making their first
acquaintance with pale-face civilization..
The Grand Ethnological Performance concludes with the Superl
Spectacular, Dramatic Historical Fantasy,
f g4V "BATTLE OF WOUNDED KNEE" MsS HiS VfV
"The Battle of Wounded Knee0
Introducing a vast and motley horde of Indians, Scouts, Trappers and Soldiers
that actually took active part in the last brave stand and hopeless
struggle the noble redskin made for his freedom and rights.
TWO PERFORMANCES DAILY, RAIN OR SHINE
Afternoon at 2. Evening at 8 Doors open One Hour earlier.
WATER PROOF CANVAS. CANNOT LEAK.
Grand Gold Glittering Free Street Parade
TWO MILES LONG at xi a. m. daily on the main thoroughfare. .
BIG FREE EXHIBITIONS on Show Grounds immediately alter the Parade.
BRING tN YOUR BHD HORSES RNB MULES
Our Cowboys will ride them FREE OF CHARGE.
$25,00 Will Bm Paid to any penon bringing a horae or mnf thay yannot rlnto
WIU Positively Exhibit at
Afternoon & Night
J is day.
a visit to Dr. and Mrs. J. W Sams, at Sal-
Rev. Sommers filled his regular appoint
ment at the Baptist church Saturday and
Mr. Thomas A. Shelton was in Lexing
ton last week on business.
The Literary Society recently organized
at the school is progressing nicely.
Miss Alice Edwards returned last week
from a month's visit in Indiana.
Mr. and Mrs. A. VV. Williams and Mr.
Ben Wilson spent Sunday with Mr. G. I..
Edwards and family.
Mr. William Hill spent Sunday with hii
father, Mr. Mose Hill.
M iss Carrie Ginter has hcen visitin" !k r
sister, Mrs. John Hisle.
Mr. G. W. Webher has !v;cn quite sLk
for the last few days.
Preaching next Sunday at the M. K.
church by Rev. W. M. Williams.
CR055LTT 5HOL5 the kind that will wear and
satisfy you. For the BL5T come to
.lonrv iz, sexton
VICKS 823 SALVE
No War Prices Quoted Here
Good Apron Gingham, per yd 5c
Best Apron Ginghams, per yd .6 l-2c
Our entire line of Dress Ginghams,
all new Fall patterns, including
the best makes, per yd 9 1 2c
Good Brown Cotton, full yd wide oc
Good Bleach Cotton, yard wide 7 l-2c
Hope Loifsdale Bleach Cotton .8 l-2c
124TJnbleached Sheeting, per yd... 22c
94 Pepperrel Bleach Sheeting 25c
104 " " " f 27c
Best quality Percales double within
light and dark grounds all new
patterns and styles just the thing
for school dresses. Your choice,
for, per yard. 9 l-2c
Ladies Silk Black Hose, regular 39o
value, per pair . '. 23c
Ladies extra large Bungalo Aprons,
well made, Gmghams and Per
cales, dark and light colors 43c
Regular size Gingham Aprons ... 23c
Children's Gingham Dresses, sizes 2
to 6 years ' 39c
Ladies' House Dresses, all sizes,
made of A moskeg Gingham, plain
colors and stripes . . 85c
An extra good value in ladies' Silk
Petticoats all colors $1.25
Men's all woo! Serge Suits, all sizes
stylish make. Regular $15 $0 !5
Boys' stylish Knee Suits, all this
season's make, sizes 3 to 18 years,
All colors, big assortment, worth
nearly double our price. See them
Burton Bros, celebrated new cloth
for dresses, in all colors, per jd 2'-'c
Best quality Irish Poplins, per yd.. 2:!u
The most complete assortment of
ladies', men's, boys' and childrens
Shoes in Richmond. All the best
makes Queen Quality for ladies,
Wm. Kneeland's and Beacon brand
for men, Clapp & Tapley brand for
children none better. Get our .
Best Brass Pins, per paper 5o
Good Pins, per paper 1 o
Hair Pins, per paper ' 1c
Large Cabinet Hair Pins 5c
Safety Pins, all sizes, per card 3c
White Tape, all sizes, per ball 2c
French Gloss Shoe Polish, bottle. 9c
Whitman's 2 iu 1 Shoe Paste 9i-
All Best Brands Talcum Powder,
your choice 14c
This little bulletin will be published every week and wu
hope to make it the most essential help you can employ in
your crusade against the high cost- of living. Look for :L
every week and save money by it every day.
We are quoting below a few prices tor this week. We
intend to begin a fight against bight prices in Richmond m
every article we sell, large or small; our space will only per
mit the quoting of but few things each week, but all other
goods in our big store will be priced on this basis. New
items and new prices quoted each week look for the little
Bargain Bulletin every Monday morning.
Another very important item we wish to call your atten
tion to is: Our store will be a strictly ONE PRICE STOlii
All goods marked in plain figures and positively no deviation
or price concessions to any one. Our goods will be priced as
cheap as they can possibly be sold, and no matter how larr
or how small your purchases may be, the price will be ju.-,t
as marked on the merchandise.
In addition to the low prices we will give our customers
for this fall, we have decided to commence a Profit Sharing
Club. We issue to every customer a card; this card when
punched out shows that you have $25.00 with'us and when
when the numbers are all punched return the card and re
ceive any merchandise in the store to the amount of $1.00
ABSOLUTELY FREE OP CHARGE. . We offer choice of
merchandise feeling that any particular premium we might-
offer would not appeal to the trade. Trade out the card,
then take whatever you want to the amount of Une DolJar.
Get one of 6ur Profit Sharing Cards and bring it here with
you. Each purchase, no matter how small, punched when
purchased. Join the Club now. Don't wait. This Profit
Sharing Card is only issued to cash customers.
W. D. Oldham & Co
cneniicai (Jo., Greensboro, N. C.
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