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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The climax. — 7 December 1887

hr THE CLIMAX FRENCH TIPTON Wm GWHITE WEDNESDAY DECEMBER 7 1SS7 M Sadi Garnot is the new Pres ident of France vice M Grevy resigned Tlie Back Paj and Bounty Claims Division of the Treasury Department shows that 25000 olaims were filed before it for ad judication the past year We have now begun to have fears of Mr Clevelands re-election since Henry George the prime New York labor crank says that there is no doubt about Cleve lands success in 1888 Congress is in session with the lollowing caucus nominations For Speaker John G Carlisle of Kentucky Clerk John B Clark of Missouri Sergeant-at-Arms John P Leedom of Ohio Door keeper A B Hurt of Mississippi Postmaster Lycurgus Dalton of Indiana Chaplain W H Milburn Mr Carlisle is not troubled over the Thobe contest Refer ring to the case last Wednes day he said I do not give the matter a thought The contest is based upon the most flimsy ground imaginable and I shall pay no at tention to it To members who have asked my opinion as to the merit...

Publication Title: Climax, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The climax. — 7 December 1887

THEOLIMAX WEDNESDAY DECEMBER 7 ISS There are 177 trotters in the United States with records that beat 220 Please cast your optica on Mr Streugs ad He raeaus to put 11 bug in your ear Mr Win Cotton has been appointed postmaster at Cottonsburg near Kirks- ville In tbis county Mr D P Armer left yesterday lor Cincinnati where he will lay in a sup ply of goods for the Holidays Mr E Burgiu aud family removed last week to Foxtown where they will occupy the O Burgiu home The Wherritt property has been sold by Dr Heath to Dr John Cornelison ot Haco for S45C0 Dr Cornelison will remove to Richmond John G Taylor sold seven hundred barrels of salt during the mouth of November Beven bushel barrels go at f2 Mr J R Quisenberry ofBoones boro will leave the first of January for Fayette county where he will have a trotting horse oiid stock farm Mr J D Mitchell now represents the extensive whnlosale grocery house of Ford Eaton Co Cincinnati and ingathering large aud numerous orders The Barlow flouring ...

Publication Title: Climax, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The climax. — 7 December 1887

n 1 t S STABLE VENTILATION Bow Zt My Be Secured Without JsTech Trouble or DIElculty Fool air poisons farm animals as rapidly and surely as it poisons human beings and in all cases the poisoning produce substantially the same effect loss of vigor and thrift culminating in disease This alone would make it sa necessary to rcntilate stock shelters as to ventilate our own dwellings But in addition the air in the former is more rapidly contaminated The mat ters thrown off by the lungs and the skin of the farm animal are compared with the air enclosed in the shelter of each apt to ezceel the deleterious matter from the same organs of the seek by sholters to ward off snow and rains for these being of a low tem perature falling upon the animals chill them as the bodily heat is rapid ly transferred to the snow or rain A geBtle current will not abstract the bodily heat so rapidly as to men ace the health of the animals or to ow60 a large consumption of food in the production of bodily heat In ...

Publication Title: Climax, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The climax. — 14 December 1887

P T VOLUME I THE CLIMAX BUSHED VERY WEDNESDAY BY THE Climax Painting Co PRICE PER YEAR 150 lVi - - - Professional Cards A Wilkes Smith D D S jeBiiFFICE Main street two doors n M tMiiii june22 lf J C MORGAN D D S jafcirFItE MaiH Mreet over Madi t NauoiiHl Bank Ricbmeud Ky t Z2K DR J M POYNTZ 111 WHAN AND SURGEON Hi Hi E PecoinI street over 1 unj Drug StH e june22f G W EVANS M D WiIN AND SURGEON M i s icoid stteet over D P wtlry jUHt22tf DR T J TAYLOR in rui Medicine and Surgery KH IIMONDKY I Ii V ShhmI street over Dykes if juiw22t DR JOHN M FOSTER 1N STREET DR I 1 to Iixwtt Up Mairs 1 PHIL ROBERTS i - iirofts4oHl st rvlees to the IJeMtiettV Ihu iflice 1 r HvriMhHin ilritg Mre f Main mim Smmm Mrerls il Ky jdly7 ly DR U C AMBROSE FORI KY 11 1 2 i 4 MiHk ih tlie I HrlMl Mr JC lirtkejV 1 1 KXSMnOl D il IAN AND SURGEON I11E HAUL KY iroeiatial service- to the DR T J FAIN I XION CUT KY H oierHHil MTvicen li i1 Gentry- Alp 17 lt Hardin Bright A ffl D i s i 1 A X amlS U RG KOX Uli HMOX1 KY I ...

Publication Title: Climax, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The climax. — 14 December 1887

If THE CLIMAX FRENCH TIPTON Wx GWHITE WEDNESDAY DECEMBER 14 1887 After a most exciting contest Hon Oharles D Jacob was ed Mayor of Lousville elect- Tom Ureen has been at liis home in Ma3sville nursing his wound since his acquittal at Lex ington for killing Baldwin Senator Beck is on the Com mittees of Appropriations and Fi nance Sonator Blackburn on Naval Affairs Railroads and Itulos t Harper the ill starred Presi dent of the ill fated Fidejity Bank of Cincinnati has been found guilty and sentenced to ten years in the penitentiary The Democratic caucus of the Virginia Legislature nominated Hon John S Barbour by accla mation for United States Senator J to succeed lliddleberger whose terra will expire ilarch 4 1SS9 L Q C Lamar was on last Wednesday nominated for Asso ciate Justice ot the Supreme Cort of the United States by the President Wm F Yilas was nominated for Secretary of the Interior and D M Dickinson for Potr Master General In far away Dakota they ob serve Thanksgiving days a...

Publication Title: Climax, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The climax. — 14 December 1887

THE CLIMAX W EDNESDAY DECEMBER u tSS7 Miss Laura oulv ill Moss oanflnueti RepoTfs or the four National banks of Rich Bond published In this issue t liow 2467036 on depoMf In Lexington on last Wednesday the fctahle of Bouerman Bros was burned including S000 worth of horses A new slreet Is to be opened from Main street at the Barlow mill to rim bick through theBirlmv properly It blinuld be named Barlow Children oonlliiue to wade Kentucky river at various points along the Madl hon county border and this the 141 h of December Armer received ten watches by ex press this week from Tennesee for repairs and W F Francis received a number of orders for mar We work from Mt Sterling Hew does that strike you Mr Jnmes B Slmifler the well knoun Fiit Street clothier who has Lun silent for a season appears In the fr nt row of seats among the live busi ness men this week Jim is a sort of cretis man himself Bv reading the new ordinances pub-Ii-lied elsewhere in this Us ue you will find that the Counci...

Publication Title: Climax, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The climax. — 14 December 1887

fl I a JTABJWELL JSJVEBlUiaSE Ml 5f FartweH dearestmuse oh -farewell ForT must awaye J J TBI tame other time - In some fairer dime IM aM thee some da v Farewell sweet muse a long farewell Cruel is that word The true hearts must sever They may love forever Good bye nry Bonnie Bird FareweM mountain singer farewell For now we must part JCe mere te sweetly dream Oh that fair mountain stream Good bye ray Hfe my heart Beeea Kt Wilhelm NEWS PARAGRAPHS Dr Semmerbrod of Brelau Univer sity does not believe the Crown Prince has a cancer and regards the prospects of his recovery as hopeful CapL Henry V Koblhass the oldest native citizen of Winchester is dead He was sixty uiue years of age and his death occurred in the same room in wbiou he was born J B Jelmsen one of the wealthiest citieens of Wiebita Kansas shot and kitted his wife and then committed suicide yesterday Sickness and de ependeBoy are the alleged oause of the double crime Pete Bennett a miser living at New Part Maine was almost be...

Publication Title: Climax, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The climax. — 21 December 1887

j VOLUME I fcs p i - - i Crr j THE CLIMAX Tt BUSHED EVERY WEDNESDAY BY THE Clixax Painting Co FRICE PER YEAR 150 FRENCH TIPTON sti Editors- - - wm g white J Professional Cards A Wilkes Smith D D S oTOFFICE Main street two doors above Second june22 tf J C MORGAN D D S toTOFFICE Main street over Madi khi National Batik Ricbmoud Ky juue22tf dr j m poyntz PHYSICIAN AND SURGEONT OFFICE Second street over Mndi pci County Drug Store june22if G W EVANS M D PHYSICIAN AND BURGEON Ob FICE Fccond street over D P Araiere jewelry jtore juut22tf DR T J TAYLOR rn tier in Medirine anl Surgery RICHMOND KY OFFICE Second etreetover Dykes I Store june22t DR JOHN M FOSTER MAIN STREET Next Door to Luzons Up Stairs Itie22tf DR PHIL ROBERTS OftVrs In- professional services to the J ubllC Olliee same as Bennetts law offlce upstairi over Herudons drug store v ner of Mam and Second streets P ilnmnd Ky jil327 ly DR UC AMBROSE FOltl KY Hit lionr III 4 in the rrn m lUanKal Mr J C Lickey J lf AY T SBXSMlTil M 1 Il...

Publication Title: Climax, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The climax. — 21 December 1887

Cri - i 4 M i THE CLIMAX FRENCH TIPTON Wm GWHITE WEDNESDAY DECEMBER at 18S7 Congress will adjourn row to re convene on January 4th n At East Kentucky Junction in Garter county on last Wednesday night robbers smothered Mrs OTool aged 40 to death and rob bed the house of 360 Mr Charles Foushee defeated Claude Johnson for Mayor of Lexington in the primary election on last Wednesday The other nominations were Mat Walton City Judge Collector I H Davidson Keeper of Workhonse Paul Conlon City Clerk A J Lynch City Attorney E L Hutchinson Treasurer John Marrs Assessor Mat Poushee Survevor P P ONeil Physician Dr J W Pryor GOSH John B Clark Tom Hargis Tom Henry Tom Marcum and Pras Taulbee Whpt do you reckon is the matter with them fellers over in the North eastern deestricks of our proud old Com monwealth REPORTS OF THE SECRETARIES Last week we gave vou the Presidents message in full and could have given you the reports of the several Secretaries but left that until this week On the first page...

Publication Title: Climax, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The climax. — 21 December 1887

THE CLIMAX i JSEbDAVljLCEMBERji t89 1 ison CMi Ihw keeured a hand- i ami jv Year Holidays billitiul laWe V Armstrong 10 pounds pr r jiulars see Mr Hugh Arnntrtug Hut kI whIw Is a new institution i ti tHNtielUHi Willie IlMmiiis sill iliiiet UhMiolliVjJ t o tiling of St JofcMd d tbe Pmelli fc 0 Wve sent out some t ually elsMt tfeel eisgravlng t jsimas canls Ir J Ini 1 M Ttojkir opens his pMt ry Seemid ttoqr k ii HeriKlows earner S Purn b CMy IiMgiHeer oalla for I tl ewltere in this ine tuopen s et through the Bartow ilaee Oi Saturday Dec 30th Mr CT Wills will lwvta biie s le f stock grUi and lxHtociiotd goods at Union i ic 2Si Ii kjniuuel G Haneoti will ic res of kttid imi tke hetnlwiterw r Creek the property of the hi J Haitwin Jnies Davfe Hafc soM lit -1 1 null that was st Mated it the y of Uhhw City mttd Iwte move 4 UicIiiikmmI Ill mill will be o Estill eownlv R J lt Hill mi SNtnnlay if r 24th t ell uMKly lib hone d kndM M furuilMre mud a of Ii Mr tucal enm wltH iiiteri Mill m bUT ...

Publication Title: Climax, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The climax. — 21 December 1887

- m l f w The limiting Ground Aronnd GainegiiUe andthe Gamc to be Foand A Hunt- Injr Partys Commissary IFromtheGalBesvMre Florida DaMyAdvo eatta I rtceutly received a letter from a youDR sjhIr of the iHHise ttf Kiirred asMnf firuwiK oilier Impudent ques tions What have ytm fr huutluu crBHds in jour seethm Hnviuj liuutetl everywhere from re Hgieu te an office I think I can give this temlerfo jt a few pointers if you wIM allew me space for I want If mw slWe to make a general setilemeut of tbta ami similar questions and thus gain Immunity from future annoyance Hunting hi Alaeliua county is of course iwt what it was in former y ears The bear deerturkey and awing te a slight indisposition will uot appear acain su yt u must depend for spert upon tueli game as range between the sand piper and wlooting crane This of iteelf embraces a large field of sport and there te perhaps but one ptaee in this entire beottoti or country where you can cover both of llrne ex tremes aud that s the great Ala...

Publication Title: Climax, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The climax. — 28 December 1887

gagsggpgjfrt Q i t i VJ I I - LypJi ereeyJ VOLUME I THE CLIMAX PS BUSHED EVERY WEDNESDAY BY THE Cluzax Pbintikg Co rnicE rER year gi50 TRrNCH TIPTON Wm G WHITE J Editors Irofessional Cards A Wilkes Smith D D S tS OFFICE Main street two doors ft Tuve Second june22 lf J C MORGAN D D S Xoj OFFILE Main street over Madi son National Bauk Ricbmoud Ky June 22 tf DR M PHYSICIAN AND POYNTZ BURGEON OFFICE Second street over Madl eon County Drug Store June22if G W EVANS M D nnvKiriAN AND BURGEON OFFICE Kecond street over D P Armers jewelry store junr22tf DR T J TAYLOR Practitioner In Medicine and 8urgery RICHMOND KY OFFICE Second streetover Dykes Groccr Store J221 DR JOHN M FOSTER MAIN STREET Next Door to Luzons Up Stairs Ijiie22tf DRPHIL ROBERTS Ofltrs his professional services to tbe Office feame as Bennetts law office over Herudoiis drug store k 1 dvnnitil tlriuila c rntr lit Maui aim ocuiuu 11 ihU ind Ky the public Office at Joe Gentrys jiiij iy DR U C AMBROSE I FOUD KY Office lnwrs 2 to 4...

Publication Title: Climax, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The climax. — 28 December 1887

fM - i if M i I i J I 1 i I i k M J THE CLIMAX FRENCH TIPT0N W GWHITE WEDNESDAY DECEMBERS 1SS7 The Green River country is re joioing in a gas well of great Prof A B Palmer LL D Dean of the University of Mich igan is dead Mrs Margaret M Alford moth er of lion Mitch Alford ded in Lexington on Saturday Daniel Manning late Secretary of the Treasury died in Albany New York on last Saturday aftor a long illness A family named Kelley lived in the Pan Handle country of Texas They disappeared re cently and a search of the prem ises revealed the skeletons of five men and one woman who had evidently been murdered John J Littleton editor of the Nashville Review was waylaid and shot by a man named Banks on last Saturday Littleton was a defeated candidate for Mayor on the Republican ticKet and was opposed by a Republican faction headed by Banks The act was a cowardly one Governor Buckner has signified his intention of elevating and re storins the office of Colonel 01 Staff to its former dignity a...

Publication Title: Climax, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The climax. — 28 December 1887

t THE CLIMAX I DNfcSDAYJJBCEMBER 8 gs7 Fsr hoc iwrlies iLiig to have JlTlng will be wih next week J J Mn just now Hie resumed at the gas The Oantttta at tiie ChrlsMitn oliurch Kilay night oiorcd about 366 Wnat grbbtHl jou Hiix Christmas iu ciiekeo jx or egg nog There were Mveral Iwtidsoine egg- r failit give oh Wist Salunby aMl i MtiHitobu Jknday T Mr V T Wrffc tote at Union City t Malison eoMHCy vM take iluoe on fSHtirday Dh Slst 1SS7 Ine iiderelhi German Club give a German on Friday iikjht in the par- rstf Mrs Dr A V Shi It Y u who owe tuteoriptloii to tho Htrild hloHd eall at the Climax i iTt f next Monday and 13 it VTemi lltefraleaf C T Wells on - Io Dec Ilt if ytm want nood v k rain hoorttokl and kKchen fur nure Mr H 15 Dillingham wieites te rent uxijeur hi Simmons i4ee half fniin Uiwm on the Irvine turH e See advertfe emeHt in this iue Harrie and Patie Miller had u friends out to meet and wrtake 1 hri tmas iMhiht with Miss Dolly 1 o of Slielljrvilklm WodHetrday 1 5 P BUaid rep...

Publication Title: Climax, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The climax. — 28 December 1887

i NEWS PARAGRAPHS Mm Sarah J BoUnson is ou trial hi Boston for the murder of her three children The trial Is expected to be one or the most notable iu the crimi nal aunali of Massachusetts At Baliston Spa N Y b S Crau dall shot and killed his wifeher daugh ter mother aud himself The family was at the breakfast table when Hie tragedy begau A Bourbon county man has shipped to England a pair ot bronze turkeys weighing sixty seven peunds for which he receives 168 Great excitement was caused at the assylum Monday morning when it was found that Mrs Sarah Harden an inmate from Pulaski county had hung iterfcelf some time during Suuday night with a small rope fastened to her bed Lexington Gazette TlHHtias Woolftik who atrociously murdered nine member of ltls family iu Georgia was feu ml guilty aud sen tenced to be hanged Febtwry JO 1SSS A tnotioH for a new trial will be made AVoolfolk asserted lh inuoenee just before he was sentenced The United States FWi Commission has sent 5000 carp and go...

Publication Title: Climax, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The climax. — 28 December 1887

li I NEWS PARAGRAPHS Mm Sarah J Robinson is on trial in Boston for tlie murder of ber three children The trial is expected to be one of the most notable in the crimi nal aunals of Massachusetts At Ballsten Spa N Y b S Cran dall shot and killed his wlfelier daugh ter mother aud himself The family was at the breakfast table when the tragedy began A Bourbon cuunty man has shipped to England a pair ot bronze turkeys weighing sixty seven pounds for which he receives 160 Great exoltement was caused at the assylum Monday morning when it was fouud that Mrs Sarah Haj den an inmate from Pulaski county had hung lieneif some time during Sunday liiglit with a small rope fastened to her bediost Lexington Gazette Thomas Woolfok who atrociously murdered nine members of his family in Georgia was found guilty and sen tenced to be hanged Febuary 10 1SS6 A mothH for a new trial will be made Woolfolk asserted his innocence Just before he was sentenced The United States Ffefc Own m lesion has sent 5000 c...

Publication Title: Climax, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The climax. — 4 January 1888

rk i f HS oa v t Y i53 YOLTTME I TL1K CLIMAX FlBUSKtn fVBRY WHJHRSDA1 BY tHB Climax Painting Co TKICE rEit YEAR 1 so f XENi H TIPrONJ m u uiirfc J EBtlURS Lrofessional Cards A Wilkes Smith D D S CoTiiFFlrE Mm street two iiHr ii juve Sewmd juneSSlt J C MORGAN D D S jayOFFICE MsiBrtreetever Mndi tcn National BaHk lUohmoud Ky juiie 23 tf DR J M POYNTZ PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON OFFICE Sewod etreet over Maill ton County Drug Store jnne22tf G W EVANS M D PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON OrFHE Nreowd street over D P Arniers jew elry store jum22tf DR T J TAYLOR Practitioner in MedMne arnl Surgery RICHMOND KY OFFICE Seeoud streetover Dykes Urncerj Store june22t DR JOHN M FOSTER MAIN STREET Next Door to LuxnwV Up Stairs june22tf DR PHIL ROBERTS Offers Jii irofcxsoal services to I lie public Office ane Ihh ttfltce ups tnir vr HertHliMiu drug Mre 0 rner of Maiit hhI Second Mre is Richmond Ky j ill 27 1 DR U C AMBROSE KOICU ICY O tic- hrtirr i u 4 VIihK in tle al teruKn Hwnl al MrJ l L ckryr ju e tf W T SEXSMI...

Publication Title: Climax, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The climax. — 4 January 1888

I 4 THE CLIMAX FRENCH TIPTON Wm GWHITE WEDNESDAY JANUARY 4 iSSS TUE GOVERNORS MESSAGE The message of Gov S B Buckner to the Senate and House of Representatives is an able and conoise document It deals plain ly and directly with all questions of vital importance concerning the welfare of the public The Hewitt Revenue Law is endorsed in the following Wbea the last General Assembly oeBYeaed ia 1885 the receipts o the Treasury aa reported by the predeces 6er were insufficient to meet the de mands made upon it by existing ap propriation This resHlt had been brought about chiefly by a defective eysteni ef assessments am collections under the operations ot which preat inequalities prevailed in the valuations of property reported for taxation white a eonsiJeraMe part of the taxa ble property o the State did not ap pear en the books of the Assessors It was evident to the Genentl Assembly that a persistence in so vicious a 83 s tem of assessment would not only re ts in manifest Injustice to i...

Publication Title: Climax, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The climax. — 4 January 1888

HE CLIMAX WEDNESDAY JANUARY 4 18ES An SSOO jack the property of ilr jGeo P Dealuerage tiled last week Mr R Fux sold III bay saddle elding to Mr Wilson of Carlisle for Rev V E Hamilton and wife hnve freniovol to oue of the cottages on IHullie street Mr B C PotU and family have re- t moved tack to town and occupy their SrffliJence ou Htti street Mr William Arnold has sent two caw f mules South but thus far the market has not been what he would like Kentucky River readied a stageou I January 1st slightly pajst fordluK and yesterday a Meawer left Ford for Beat- lyville Dr Giles Harris Waco ofJera his profioual services to the public ac cording to a eard found elsewhere in this issue m A number of persoiM took advantage ot the ice season on Thursday and FiJiy last and filled or nearly tilled tfctir ice bouses with iee 2i inches thick A winter circus has been inaugurated lu New York with r full menagerie aid 100 performers by Mr Frank A Rubbius It will be here in about tLiee months Mr and...

Publication Title: Climax, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The climax. — 4 January 1888

H s - NEWS PARAGRAPHS Mrs Wesley Ray of Mart lull coun ty prenotl her husband Curfcttnas Day wRb a quartet of babies twn girls and two boys AH are deing well Mfg McCRHley f Chhwpo who ebot and killed her husband for bis In fideittty baa been disobarged from ouatedy the Coroners jury relating a verdict that Mie was Insane ami ir respeHMNe for bin sets at the time the efTense was corn rallied This important deofcinn was bonded dawH by the Court of Appeals recently Where one may kit in his owh ile febe because of danger either real or apparent another may do so far him but one who thus interferes is guilty of murder if the perron in whose defence be was is in fanlt Ofctra Louise Kellogg was one worth SM00 but unfoilUM4e investments broke hemp financially ami now in Iter eW age bite rinds herself a cont parativety poor woman and the 27 year oM boy ie married may yet be penniless ami bare to work for a living It w almost to dreadful to thiuk of The weather seems to be a trifle too OoW fo...

Publication Title: Climax, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
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