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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Climax-Madisonian. — 7 October 1914

1 J Pages l Today We Stand for the Purity of Home, the Supremacy of ; Law and the Relief of a Tax-burdened People. Old V0L.-41 New Vol. 1 RICHMOND, MADISON COUNTY, KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 7, 1914 Number 1 1 -v V SAYS ALLIES HAVE Von Kluck's Army Reported Sur rounded. TAKE 40,000 PRISONERS? Berlin Message Declares That the Situ ation in France Is Becoming More Favorable to the Germans. London. Oct. 5. The London Times states that extraordinarily persistent but unconfirmed rumors of a great vic tory in the north of France are being circulated in Paris. The rumor states, according to the Times, that General von Kluck"s army is surrounded and that the German crown prince has barely escaped, while 40,000 prisoners have been taken, in cluding von Kluck. The rumor adds that 50 trains have been dispatched to transport the prisoners. Berlin Says Situation Is Favorable. Berlin. Oct. 5 hy wireless to Lon don. The situation throughout the entire theater of war is daily becoming more favorab...

Publication Title: Climax-Madisonian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Climax-Madisonian. — 7 October 1914

;!.. . . ' u: si. Z .ti 'J u- i uir U'v.i, it sjj C...f x 'Jj '.' .iiw, tut os. i,i- k trt- ' t (ul I VW..-C fcJ.J l..i.t ti. tjtmijUlt ; pr .1.0- Lac tiiii-l' ;.', Ifr .lr ; voii :iu:k. 'J rumor ic j Witiirpori tli priotj-ris. Url,n fcituation Is Ftvorablc i-.-rhu, 0-.-t. Iy virtkM to Gui.. -The fcl'uutioii throughout Ue ii.r- tl.-aUrr of ar ib dtMy Lj;oiijii.g favorable to G-riua.ijy. Full ctliU-u-i,ce id felt lu JJerliu aud & treat d Clcioli id expected toou. TLe main ht-adyuarters of the army rporu that the encircling iiwvemeuti attt-ijiiu-d by the French a;aiiitet the German riht wing on October 2 were repulaed and the enemy's forces driven from their positions. Ou the center of the battle front tee situation in unchanged. The French attempted to advance east of the Meuee by night and were repulued with heavy losses. In France, the French have been ejected from their positions to the eouth of Roye and repeated sorties from the fortified positions of Toul have been repulsed ...

Publication Title: Climax-Madisonian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Climax-Madisonian. — 7 October 1914

r. f THE CLIMAX-MADISONIAN, WEDNESDAY, OCT. 71914 THE CLIMAX-MADISONIAN PUBLISHED EACH WEDNESDAY BY TfiE CLIMAX. PRINTING COMPANY ' INCORPORATED grant e. Lilly Anna d. lilly to. fe; white : ; EDITOR SOCIAL EDIT6R BUSINESS MANAGER ieHDur advertising space and everybody. We play no favorites. till further orders, marked "tf will RICHMOND, KY., WEDNESDAY, OCT. 7, 1914. CREETINGSI The Climax and the Madisonian wore consolidated purely for business reasons. By so doing we will save from two to three thousand dollars annually and will enjoy the same volume of business now done by both papers. In fact, we be lieve that the united strength of the two papers will give the consolidated paper a stand that will command additional business not now enjoyed by either pa per. The union was mutually agreea ble and was not forced from either side. The Waltons desired to sell their inter est in the Climax, and at the request or Dr. White, Mr. Lilly, who owned the Madisonian, bought their interest . We...

Publication Title: Climax-Madisonian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Climax-Madisonian. — 7 October 1914

THE CLIMAX-MADISONIAN Published each Wednesday by THE CLIMAX. PRINTING COMPANY , ' INCORPORATED - GRANT E. LILLY XNNA.b. LILLY W. b. WHITE ; : EDITOR SOCIAL EDITOR BUSINESS MANAGER ksrOut advertising space and everybody. We play no favorites. till further orders, marked "tf ' will RICHMOND, KY.. WEDNESDAY, OCT. 7, 1914. CREETINGS! The Climax and the Madisonian were consolidated purely for business reasons. By so doing we will save from two to three thousand dollars annually and will enjoy the same volume of business now done by both papers. In fact, we be lieve that the united strength or the two papers will give the consolidated paper a stand that will command additional business not now enjoyed by either pa oer. The union was mutually agreea ble and was not forced from either side. The Waltons desired to sell their inter est in the Climax, and at the request of Dr. White, Mr. Lilly, who owned the Madisonian, bought their interest . We shall not set out a long list of things which ...

Publication Title: Climax-Madisonian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Climax-Madisonian. — 7 October 1914

THE CLIMAX-MADlgONIAN, WEDNESDAY, 6CT. 7, 1914 , I , 1 "' ". ' ' ' .. n-niE I Jn Baled Hay Fcr Sale. Lot of first-class, timothy hay for sale. II. C. Pierratt. Phone 91-R. C 4t For 5ale. 1000 Fencing Posts 7 1-2 and 8 feet. Jerry Parrish, Richmond, Ky., R. 1). 2. l-3t. Lost, On court day, between Covington's gro cery and Mr. Hanger's gate, on Lexing ton pike, a diamond brooch, set in shape of a star. Liberal reward for its return. Mrs. J. W. Caperton. 4-tf Dress Making. Mrs. Sallie Oldham Caldwell has mov ed her sewing room from E. Main St. to Smith Ballard, No. 113. Would be glad to have her patrons call Special atten tion to coat suits. Phone, 431. 1 2t Registered Durocs For 5ale. I have for sale ten head of thorough bred Duroc hogs, McKee stock, males and females. Pedieree furnished with each sale. Everett Witt, 1-tf Telephone 293. For 5ale. In order to wind up a parnership, we will offer for sale privately the residence owned by us on the Summit. The house has all modern improve...

Publication Title: Climax-Madisonian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Climax-Madisonian. — 7 October 1914

THE CLIMAX-MADiSONIAN, WEDNESDAY, OCT. 7, 1914 3 4 ' . HE Baled Hay Fcr 5ale. Lot of first-class, timothy hay for sale. II. C. Pierratt. Phone 91-R. G 4t For 5ale. 1000 Fencing Posts 7 1-2 and 8 feet. Jerry Parrish, Richmond, Ky., R. 1. 2. l-3t. Lost, On court day. between Covington's gro cery aDd Mr. Hanger's gate, on Lexing ton pike, a diamond brooch, set in shape of a star. Liberal reward for its return. Mrs. J. W. Caperton. 4-tf Dress Making. Mrs. Sallie Oldham Caldwell has mov ed her sewing room from E. Mam St. to Smith Ballard, No. 113. Would be glad to have her patrons call Special atten tion to coat suits. Phone, 431. 1 2t Registered Durocs For 5ale. I have for sale ten head of thorough bred Duroc hogs. McKee stock, males and females. Pedteree furnished with each sale. Everett Witt, 1-tf Telephone 293. For 5ale. In order to wind up a parnership, we will offer for sale privately the residence owned by us on the Summit. The house has all modern improvements and is de sirble in...

Publication Title: Climax-Madisonian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Climax-Madisonian. — 7 October 1914

f O F School Oaiarch lHome: At Hormai School This Week PROMINENT SPEAKERS WILL DELIVER ADDRESSES r rwr r ry I Mi ITTirrw Come, let us join hands for the uplift of our communities and the betterment of our boys and girls, for tomorrow they take our places LVlKTDUUI in VI I LU. H. H. BROCK, COUNTY SUPERINTENDENT OF SCHOOLS mi WW I - ; ' n j z General News 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 cratic campaign. 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. J The grand jury in the criminal court at Louisville has recommended that the Red Light district be driven from the city. The Governor of Mississippi has re fused to call a special session of the Leg islature for the'purpose of passing a law to curtai...

Publication Title: Climax-Madisonian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Climax-Madisonian. — 7 October 1914

i - THE CLIMAX-MADISONIAN, 'WEDNESDAY, OCT. 7, 1914 i Oaisrcli At :; Normal--.- School This Week iiiLOin" TrTr Iiool v: (. i 4. I I, li I I 1 1 u 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 - . : I I I f ( General News 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 cratic campaign. 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 city. The Governor of Mississippi has re fused to call a spec...

Publication Title: Climax-Madisonian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Climax-Madisonian. — 7 October 1914

THE CLIMAX-M ADISONIAK, WEDNESDAY, OCT. 1, 1914 Fire Insurance Tornado1 1 1 r T Tl5 j K A In - - INSURANCE AGENCY Telephone 707 Over Stockton's Drug Store Hail Ibsm Tobacco -. i .... Ifeg ink jQear Amy ?av youA hole a recL in one ha maAriecL, and wha do JbJkoia.h a iray clop in Amy, commene'ed a Ae hole and oAc my Aia aii xo piece. 2ui, of dicln'x mind, beanie yoxt ae iAed o od Au S and want new ontJ, anyway, don' yon! C2iuay-S yo-ur fAiencL, JCoxt (P. S. immecLiaely wen and roiai a new Aua 571 y, wAa Ziandiomt oneA, Jcvecai oyf my oid Axias o new ones f rc m W. F. HIGGINS FURNITURE, CARPETS, SEE1D . Seed lBarley AH Kinds Field Seeds, Hay, Corn, Oats Staple and Fancy Groceries McKinney & 2 Phones 35 and 42 C-3 USE OURISUCCESSFUL. TRIED IMPLEMENTS IN CULTIVA TING YOUR SOIL AND YOU WILL GET THE BEST CROPS POS SIBLE. IT IS A WASTE NOT TO BUY THE BEST IMPLEMENTS: ?HEY COST NOTHING THEY ARE AN INVESTMENT WHICH SAVES MONEY. WE ALWAYS CAN FURNISH ALL PARTS OF IMPLEMENTS WE SELL IDOUJCJ...

Publication Title: Climax-Madisonian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Climax-Madisonian. — 7 October 1914

THE CLIMAX-MADISONIAN, WEDNESDAY, OCT. 1, 1$14 Fire lnsu-rance Tornado Hail Insurance on Tobacco INSURANCE AGENCY Over Stockton's Drug Store Telephone 707 ""V v ma lit n - lWw iAifA hole started in one thai ; . ,1 J -., An lit u 1 , Jk. v f w . m. - r Lioxiaht a iiray doj in Ae hoxtie. and ihii veAy doo. amy, commcncca a Ac Aoie and oAe myAuj aii o pieces. Gut. dicln'i mind. Zrcauie yo iAed of old AuaA and want new one, anyway, don'i yoi? CLlxis a your fAiend, JCoi (P. S.of immediately went and Loxiahi a new Aua. 771 y, wAa Aandiomf onfi, Jaw cf'm aoina o aive imia of my oid Au4 o my washwoman and Lixf new ones from W. P. HIGGINS FURNITURE, CARPETS, STOVES AND RANGES EE1D s EYE Seed Barley AH Kinds Field Seeds, Hay, Corn, Oats Staple and Fancy Groceries McKinney & 2 Phones 35 and 42 ill USE OURISUCCESSFUL. TRIED IMPLEMENTS IN CULTIVA TING YOUR SOIL AND YOU WILL GET THE BEST CROPS POS SIBLE. IT IS A WASTE NOT TO BUY THE BEST IMPLEMENTS THEY COST NOTHING THEY ARE AN INVESTMENT WHI...

Publication Title: Climax-Madisonian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Climax-Madisonian. — 7 October 1914

THE CLIMAX-MADISONIAK, WEDNESDAY, OCT. 7, 1614 Fire lnsurance Tornado Insurance on Tobacco INSURANCE AGENCY ,Over Stockton's Drug Store Telephone 707 Ha l - - 7 , w t ah n hole started in one thai maAricd, and vAo do ZrAouii a itray da 9 in i hoxiAe. and ihi veAy doo flmv. commenced a the hole and oAe my Aua aii o LieceA. Gut, of didn't mind, LecanJie yoxx ae iAed o od Au a 4 and van new fliua y-s 0. S.af immediately went and Loxiaht a new Aua, 77ly, wAa fianaiomt one, several of my id Aua-s o new onM rom W. IP. HIGGIINS FURNITURE, CARPETS, STOVES AND RANGES gEIEUD s IYE Seed Barley All Kinds Field Seeds, Hay, Corn, Oats Staple and Fancy Groceries McKinney & 2 Phones 35 and 42 C-3 USE OURISUCCESSFUL. TRIED IMPLEMENTS IN CULTIVA TING YOUR SOIL AND YOU WILL GET THE BEST CROPS POS SIBLE. IT IS A WASTE NOT TO BUY THE BEST IMPLEMENTS THEY COST NOTHING THEY ARE AN INVESTMENT WHICH SAVES MONEY. WE ALWAYS CAN FURNISH ALL PARTS OF IMPLEMENTS WE SELL BOUGLAS & SIMMONS c ' .' . -' v - ...

Publication Title: Climax-Madisonian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Climax-Madisonian. — 7 October 1914

THE CLIMAX-MADISONIAN, WEDNESDAY; OCf. 7, -1914 ). DEMOCRATIC TICKET 3 Fob j. 8. SksATOK Feu. Term. j. C. W. bfeuKIlAM. F os U. 8. Sbsatob Short Term JOHNSON N. CAMDEN. Fob Cosorkss, IIARVEY HELM. ANNOUNCEMENTS For State Auditor We are authorized to announce Hugh II. Colter a candidate for State Audi tor, subject to action or the iemocrauc Primary, August, 1915. Fob Sheriff We are authorized to announce Loso Tom Chesaclt a candidate for Sheriff of Madiaon county subject to the action of the Democratic primary, August.1917 We are authorized to announce G. W. Trim Deathebagb a candidate for Sher iff of Madison county subject to the ac tion of the Democratic primary, August, 1914. Why Do Bears Bite Trees? A bear never gets tired," said a Pike county man full of the subject that has made that corner of the Keystone State somewhat famous. "No one ever saw a tired bear. A bear will travel 100 miles over the roughest kind of ground and through swamps and thickets with out ever thinking of ...

Publication Title: Climax-Madisonian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Climax-Madisonian. — 7 October 1914

. THE CLIAX-MADIgONIAN, WEDNESDAY, OCfr 7, l&li DEMOCRATIC jTICKET Fob li. S. SksATOR FctL Term, j. C. W. bfccKHAM. Fob U. 8. Sksatob Short Term JOHNSON N. CAMDEN. Fob Coxorkss, HARVEY HELM. ANNOUNCEMENTS For Stair Auditor "We are authorized to announce II ugh II. Colter a candidate for State Audi tor, subject to action of the Democratic Primary. August, 1915. For Sheriff We are authorized to announce Long Tom Chexaitlt a candidate for Sheriff of Madison county subject to the action of the Democratic primary, August.1917 We are authorized to announce O. W. Trim Deatheraoe a candidate for Sher iff of Madison county subject to the ac tion of the Democratic primary, August, 1914. Why Do Bears Bite Trees? A bear never gets tired," said a Pike county man full of the subject that has made that corner of the Keystone Stale somewhat famous. "No one ever saw a tired bear. A bear will travel 100 miles over the roughest kind of ground and through swamps and thickets with out ever thinking ...

Publication Title: Climax-Madisonian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Climax-Madisonian. — 7 October 1914

The climIx-madisonian; Wednesday, oct. 1914 ir v f Kentucky Man Tells How Mayr Stomach Remedy Restored Wife. Mrs. W. H. Clark Is Relieved After Years of Digestive Disorders. Mrs. VT. II. Clarke, of Central City, Ky., for many years . suffered from dis orders of the stomach.' She tried many treatments with but little encourage ment. Mr. Clarke induced her to try Mayr's VVonderfu Stomach Remedy. She got results right away. Then he wrote: "The medicine has done my wife a world of pood, and I feel that it will cure her. 1 intend to keep on until she is completely cured, as you have been doing her more good than any one has ' ever done her, and she has been suffer ing with her stomach for years. 1 am Klad I was told of your remedy." Letters like that are written by users ..V A. " it Sf . - . " 1 J - - ii , EASY WORK i ''it's easy w-k to handle your corn crop if you use the McCormick huskr and shredder. McCormick huskers and shredders are madein sizes to suit your requirements 4,6, and 8 ...

Publication Title: Climax-Madisonian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The Climax-Madisonian. — 7 October 1914

The climAx-madisoni an; Wednesday,, oct. ?, 1914 .1 Kentucky Man Tells How Mayr Stomach Remedy Mrs W. H. Clark Is Relieved f After Years of Digestive Disorders. Mrs. V7. II. Clarke, of Central City, Ky., for many years suffered from dis orders of the stomach.' She tried many treatments with but little encourage ment. Mr. Clarke induced her to try Mayr's Wonderfu Stomach Remedy. She got results right away. Then he wrote: "The medicine has done my wife a world of good, and I feel that it will cure her. I intend to keep on until she is completely cured, as you have been doing her more good than any one has ever done her, and she has been suffer ing with her stomach for years. I am glad I was told of your remedy." Letters like that are written by users J2 IT'S "EASY . iii ' l 'It's easy w-k to handle your corn crop if you use the McConnick hussar and shredder. McCormick huskers and shredders are made in sizes to suit your requirements 4,6, and 8 husking -olls; equipped with cleaning and...

Publication Title: Climax-Madisonian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The Climax-Madisonian. — 7 October 1914

'liTT C PT TUf A V IT A TMCiAXTT A XT 1T7Tr,TXTT?C!lr A V v """"P rt -i m A 8 ill BY' Mary Raymond SHipman Andrews ArtlxK ot The Perfect Tribute The Bettet Ttouure, etc VhuMkma by ELLSWORTH YOUNG Copyxlsbt 1912 by Bobba-Merrd Cat too valuable to be taken up" with de tail. Uncle Zack says they are need a .t nncL It has been neglected. I m nnar.tanii why tMnn are uo neglected." "I have Been to it, father. They will b ready In a week." Lacy answered. Then the colonel noticed Francois. -Good day. chevalier," be spoke con descendingly. -Ah by the way" he put a hand Into one pocket and then another of his linen coat. -They gave me a letter for you, chevalier, knowing that you would be at Roanoke house today. Here It ts" and Lucy saw a light leap Into Francois eyes as they fell on the English postmark. And Lucy spoke quietly again. I did ask you. father, but you did not ee to it. and they wer- necessary. Bo I did it," And then, -chevalier, read your letter. I see It is a foreign one.". "Wi...

Publication Title: Climax-Madisonian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 17 [Newspaper Page] — The Climax-Madisonian. — 7 October 1914

fHE CLIMAX-MADISONIAN, WEDNESDAY, OCT. 7, 1914. 8 d nn larai BY Maiy Raymond SKipman Andrews ArtKoe ot TU Perfect Tribute The Bettec Tieaane. etc BlatbaUtmt hg ELLSWORTH YOUNG Copyright I9U by BobU-Mrrrffl Ca v.iniihlA to be taken up" -with de tail. Uncle Zack Bays they are need- a . onra. It has been neglected, i do not understand why things are so neglected." -I hare seen to It, father. They will be ready In a week," Lucy answered. Then the colonel noticed Francois. -Good day, chevalier," he spoke con descendingly. -Ah by the way"be put a hand Into one pocket and then mother of hla linen coat. "They gave me a letter tor you. chevalier, knowing that you would be at Roanoke house today. Here it ta" and Lucy saw a light leap Into Francois eyes as they fell on the English postmark. And Lucy spoke quietly again. I did ask you. father, but you did not ee to It. and they were necessary. So I did it," And then, "chevalier, read your letter. I see it is a foreign one.". "Will mademoiselle ...

Publication Title: Climax-Madisonian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 18 [Newspaper Page] — The Climax-Madisonian. — 7 October 1914

9 ywwwwwwwyyy4m 1 " 1 1 - Mar 5 Uncle Sam Has Some Favorite I Methods of Putting Up Tomatoes Ojn AMY SMHL buy some of the bargains at the Hustling Gash Store ,H ; (' .w.. .i i . -!- Photo courtesy United States department agriculture. MODEL TOMATO PATCH IN' GIRLS' CANNING CLUB GARDEN. THE number of Uncle Sam's proteges grows dally as the popularity of his movement for the formation of girls' canning and gardening clubs grows. This movement Is expected to do much to keep girls n the farm, since It points out to them a way of making more money In pleasant, healthful surroundings than they could toiling long hours dally In a stuffy shop or factory In the city. The Interest which the government takes In these clubs is shown by the fact that it has offered substantial prizes, provided competent teachers and compiled useful advice to stimulate interest in the clubs. Last year the work was a great success. It is hoped that this year It may be even more popular. The tomato canning season no...

Publication Title: Climax-Madisonian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 19 [Newspaper Page] — The Climax-Madisonian. — 7 October 1914

TOE i&tMAX-M A fiTONlAMi WEDNESHAX)Cr. ?, 1314 O ted! a lie e uuviw tJUUl HUD JU1UW 1UVU1UW Y Methods of Putting Up Tomatoes MM. and buy some of the bargains at the I ! i! It r 1 -.' ' ' --f . .,.---.. sis' ..f- Jb '-V '; .... - va. . -4. . S - a 4 ' t 7 1 2 Photo courtesy United States department agriculture. MODEL TOMATO PATCH IX GIRLS' CANNING CLUB GARDEN. THE number of Uncle Sam's proteges grows dally as the popularity of bis movement for the formation of girls' canning and gardening clubs grows. Tbis movement is expected to do much to keep girls on the farm, since It points out to them a way of making more money In pleasant, healthful surroundings than they could tolling long hours dally In a stuffy shop or factory In the city. The Interest which the government takes In these clubs Is shown by the fact that It has offered substantial prizes, provided competent teachers and compiled useful advice to stimulate Interest in the clubs. Last year the work was a great success. It ...

Publication Title: Climax-Madisonian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 20 [Newspaper Page] — The Climax-Madisonian. — 7 October 1914

THB.6LhlAX.MAftlSONIAiVl.WEONESl4A,OC. 9, 1614 6F yyy yy y V jt I Uncle Sam Has Some Favorite SUIM1MY Methods of Putting Up Tomatoes MIL k 5 I' VV5V jf it-Zn z 1 ! v xTi Photo courtesy United States department agriculture. MODEL TOMATO PATCU IX GIRLS' CANNING CLUB GARDEN. TIIK number of Uncle Sam's proteges grows dally as the popularity of bin movement for the formation of girls' -canning and gardening clubs grows. This movement Is expwted to do much to keep girls on the farm, since It points out to thera a way of making more money In pleasnnt, healthful surroundings than they could tolling long hours dally in a stuffy shop or factory in the city. The Interest which the government takes In these clubs Is shown by the fact that it has offered substantial prizes, provided competent teachers and compiled useful advice to stimulate interest In the clubs. Last year the work was a great success. It Is hoped that this year It may be even more iopular. The tomato canning season now being at...

Publication Title: Climax-Madisonian, The
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