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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Climax-Madisonian. — 20 January 1915

v 7- THE CLIMAX-MADISONIA-N .PUBLISHED EACH WEDNESDAY BY THE CLIMAX PRINTING COMPANY V INCORPORATED Entered at the Postofflce at Richmond, Ky., as second-class mall matter under an Act of Conirew of 1875 . - GRANT E. LILLY ANNA D. LILLY W. G, WHITE . . , EDITOR : SOCIAL EDITOR BUSINESS MANAGER . PHONE 659 PHONE 638 PHONE 69 StKjgjj Opert Session. Lodge held an opeo session, which was largely attend- V," ed by the members. Hon. T. U. diuart, Deputy Exalted liuler for the State of Kentucky, was present and delivered a beautiful address. Hon. 13. A. Crutcber, of Winchester.' also ex pressed himself very feelingly. Mr. Steve K. Vaught,once the editor of the Climax, was in attendance. l-Our'advertisine SDace and lob Work is the Same Price tO The Lodge initiated a class of fine everybody. We play no favorites. (All advertisements to be carried young men, composed of w. b Tnriey, J. Hi. Million, uuen at. bamueis ana J. C. Allman. These gentlemen were con ducted through, the vaiious degrees...

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. — 20 January 1915

il I 11 11 Continues to lead . the market. Monday we sold 133,445 pounds of tobacco at a general floor average of $8.65. Here are a few of the crop averages: Chenauit & Hatton 2455 lbs $268.10 Ross & Ross 2970 lbs $347.42 McG. Williams & Sons 2050 lbs $244.43 Collins & Phelps 1 300 lbs $ 1 36.97 Coy & Bellamy . 3800 lbs $511 .70 Prewitt& Ross 2135 lbs $249.61 House & Ross 23101bs $27430 average $10.92 average $1 1.70 average $11.89 average $10.52 average $ 1 3.46 average $ 1 1 .70 average $1 1.80 - Clay Sroaddus Phelps & Royce Oldham & Azbill Ross & Kelly Dora Wheeler Coy & Coy Winn & Anderson 4015 lbs 3720 lbs 3900 lbs 1280 lbs 2315 lbs 5275 lbs 1615 lbs $445.60 $436.16 $4 1 4.70 $219.69 $261.60 $569.64 $202.05 average average average average average average average $11.90 $11.92 $10.63 $17.16 $1130 $10.80 $12.51 1 11 JL. I Richmond COULD HOT SLEEP, GOULD HOT EAT toman So Weak and Nervous Could Not Stand Her Chil dren Near- Her Vinol ...

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. — 20 January 1915

Faded Paper 4 tKR CLIMA&MaMMMAN; VfiDNESDAV. JAM. 6, ISIS Irir'i ' ii -if -mi Ten ir sin-runs, i ihwih h , m tumi mil'WiiiHiWiiiajtwOiiir m n m 11 ILjilfcamusjsuLMia.it-l L JUim kx t .V k r 9 Fire ten Tornado Tobacco Insurance INSURANCE AGENCY Telephone 707 Over Stockton's Drug Store I'1 'illW Bf ar- lf ' W .MUL 1 1 1 BIG VALUE IS WHAT WE GIVE f IP ?3 NOW fee Ji-j Big Values for Little Prices IT WILL TAKE ONLY A LITTLE MONEY TO BUY BIG BUN DLES OF THINGS YOU NEED FOR THE WHOLE FAMILY FROM US NOW- WHEN WE LOWER OUR PRICES WE DO NOT LOWER OUR QUALITY. WE SELL TAE SAME RIGHT KIND OE MERCHANDISE YOU CAN COUNT ON ALL THE TIME. COME IN AND RIG OUT EVERY MEMBER OF YOUR HOUSEHOLD RICHT NOW John R. Gibson & Co Our Neighbors. . ' CLARK COUNTY. Mrs. Tacie Francis Powell, of Win chester, died at the home of her daugh ter, Mrs. Lula E Hisle. on last Tuesday morning. The funeral services were conducted by He vs. J V. Harding and C. C. Carroll "Wednesday afternoon and the burial iook place...

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. — 20 January 1915

CLIMAX-MADISuN.AN, WEDNESDAY, JAN. 20, 1915 H j to Not in nnp Mss This I ,, Great py 7 j) Sale ; VJl n 0 n i i OoorsOp n Saturday, 3 JAN. 16th 8 O'clock '""'"" p Ala i L I v Store Closed All Day Friday Jan. 15th, to Enable Us to Mark Down Goods Store Will Be Closed All Tremendous Reductions. All winter goods must and will be sold regardless of cost or value The sale that Richmond, Madison and adjoining counties waits for, asks about and patronizes liberally, begins Saturday Morning, Janu ary 16th, at 8 o'clock. It will be one of the greatest money saving events we have ever announced. This store always doing big things in a big wayrannoiinces it has made the biggest reduction in recent years . Day Friday; January ?5th A Clearance Sale that in Reality Clears Out the Goods. All Seasonable Ar ticles Must Be Sold Nothing will be carried over. Thousands of dollars worth of Winter Goods must be sold. We are sure that (his sale will enable you to buy cheaper and to better advantage than at...

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. — 20 January 1915

a' ..TH8 -cLiMAX-MADlSoNlAN, ' WfiuNEsfiAY, JAM. So, 16i6 )ld People Everywhere Say I Parks. W 1)3 ' acr-8 lauu 6 42! Pres'on, I) A one town lot 4 84 ffP.W.C.EMPHILU)! Eiahtv Years Old. "I had a great deal of trouble with my bowels and bladder and pain In mrr Wcrht hio which felt like rheuma tism. Weak back. Constipated. Urine highly colored. Many doctors laiiea. I have taken Peruna and think I am cured. I .have gained twenty pounds Jn weight 'Since I began Peruna." Mr. SV. C. Hemphill. Louisville, Miss. Eighty-four Years Old. . "About fifteen or twenty years ago I was suffering with pains in my hack. I could scarcely get about. got some Peruna and was relieved of that rutins ever since. 'T have used Peruna occasionally since and recommended it to others. Peruna is stood for. Coughs, Colds, Catarrhal Diseases and after effects of the Grip, When I first knew of Peruna the drug gists here did not keep it. Mow they all keep It. -I have lived in thu place eignty- four years I am a farme...

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. — 20 January 1915

I J 5W W $ Whea your shoes fit, This season give S PJ your feet a rest your "feet feel fit IT 8 ft i IK IE Starting Saturday, January 16th Ending Monday, February 1st StyUNS Ladies', Men's, Boys' and Children's Shoes Must Be Moved Out If THE CLiMAX-MADISOHlA, WEDNESDAY, JAM. 26, i&lS SGios "MAKES! UFrSWALK.EASV" A shoe for wear, looks and comfort. , Four buttons close to gether insure perfect fit over the instep. ; Other features Short vamp; Military heel; Patent Russian Colt Plenty of other Crossett styles. Get yours. $4 to $6 everywhere. La wis A. Crossett, Inc Maker, North Abmstoo. Maaa. M & K Shoes $4.25 For the $5 Shoes $4.75 For the $6 Shoes CO Downs Derby Hats Now $225 Were $3.50 ' A Beauty C 3 cr -t ST You can 5 AVE MONEY by buying at this sale. Every 'thing at BARGAIN Prices Sally Walker Shoes-Best Made for Children THAT KNOWN WATER-PROOF SHOE OF OURS. WILL SELL AT $4.00 during this sale Barry Shoes $4.50 Shoes for . . '.$3.45 4.00 " 2.99 3.50 " 4.75 , GLOVES $2.25 ...

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. — 20 January 1915

8 THE CLIMAX-MAPIS0N1AN, WEDNESDAY JAN. 20, 1915 You Need Drugs Sometimes YOU WANT THEM PURE We keep only PURE DRUGS. We guarantee to fill all prescriptions properly Madison Drug Company WINES' Corner, First and Main Pure Drugs and Medicines, Toilet Articles, Window Glass, Paints and Varnishes COOPER ADDRESSES MANY FARMERS. Said European War Would Not Affect Distribution ' of Tanlac Moot s - Sieves Thousands of farmers from Fyel'e and adjoining counties beard L T. Cooper, the great philanthropist, on the oourt house square in Lexington recenlh . Cooper gave one of his famous lectures on health and hygiene, in connection with an interesting demonstration of the merits of Tanlac, the remarkable medi cine he, is introducing o the American people. Several score of these farmers took part in the agricultural exposition con ducted by Cooper at his own personal expense in Lexington. Many of the dis plays excelled the exhibits seen at the county fairs, and have attracted wide spread attenti...

Publication Title: Climax-Madisonian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Climax-Madisonian. — 27 January 1915

. ...' .... ..... ? III a. j. & a r i ti s i THE WEATHER Clear and Colder . We Stand for the Purity of Home, the Supremacy of Law and the Relief, of a Tax-burdened People. Old Vol. 41 New Vol. 2 RICHMOND, MADISON COUNTY, KENTUCKY, WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 27, 1915 Number 4 OUR CIRCULATION IN RICHMOND AND MADISON COUNTY IS EQUAL TO THE COMBINED CIRCULATION OF ALL OTHER COUNTY PAPERS 8 Pages Today Team Driven Into New-Found Kentucky Caye. v While blasting oat a hillside on the farm Of Mrs. 0. D. Chenault,- pear Fal mouth, workmen discovered a large oav ern, which may prove a second Mam moth Cave. A team of horses was driv en in for a long distance. Barytes is be ing mined on this faim and a large vein was discovered in the cave, together with nuggets of lead and considerable quartz. Local Boy Honored. , By popular election. Hart Psrry, son of Henry 1. Perry, the local pharmacist, twas recently raised to the "presidency of the Senior Class of the Louisville Col lege of Pharmacy. In addit...

Publication Title: Climax-Madisonian, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Climax-Madisonian. — 27 January 1915

THE CLIMAX-MADISONIAN, WEDNESDAY, JAN. 27, 1915 THE CLIMA X-MADISONIAN PUBLISHED EACH WEDNESDAY BY ; THE CUM AX PRINTING COMPANY INCORPORATED Entered at the Postoffice at Richmond, Ky., aa second-class mail matter under an Act of Congress of 1875 CRANT E. LILLY ANNA D. LILLY W. G. WHITE . . EDITOR SOCIAL EDITOR BUSINESS MANAGER f-Our advertising space and Job Work is the same price to everybody. We play no favorites. (All advertisements to be carried till further orders, marked "tf" will be charged for until ordered out.) SUBSCRIPTION PRICE. ONE YEAR IJJ ADVANCE $100 SIX MONTHS .60 THREE MONTHS - .35 ONE MONTH . : 15 RICHMOND. KY., WEDNESDAY, JAN. 27. 1915. DRY KENTUCKY. . For a quarter of a century the dry forces have been making a fight to re deem the State of Kentucky. The fight bat been waged against great odds. The liquor foroes were very strongly en trenched and for many years success fully defeated every bill brought for ward by the drys looking to the better ment of conditio...

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. — 27 January 1915

THE CLIMAX-MADISQNIAN, WEDNESDAY,. JAN. 27, 1915 IHl EL Uni HJ JE V Richmond OW TO CURE A old in the Following Letter by a Jackson Man Who Knows from Experience. His Word Is Good. Jackson. Miss. "I am a carcenter. tnd the grippe left me not only with a ihronic cough, but -I was run-down, torn out and weak. I took all kinds of ioueh svruDS but thev did me no crood. 1 finally got so weak I was not able to a day-work, and coughed so much I fcas alarmed about my condition. One ivening I read about Vinol and decided So try it. . Before I had taken a quarter 3f a bottle I felt better, and after taking jffo bottles my cough is entirely cured. 1 the bad symptoms nave disappeared id 1 nave gained new vim and energy. John L. Dennis, 711 Lynch Street, ackson, Miss. The reason Vinol :s so successtui in ich cases is because the active medic inal principles of cod live oil contained Liir Vinol rebuilds wasting tissues and tsuppliea strength and vigor to tne nerves . i i 1 -i ii a. - - r J Una mus...

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. — 27 January 1915

THE CLIMAX-MADISONIAN, WEDNESDAY, JAN. 27, 1915 Fire Is Tornado i Tobacco Insurance 1 r x ' MX t x J sr INSURANCE AGENCY Telephone 707 Over Stockton's Drug Store I I !; ' 1 1 r T ' OFFERED AT TREMENDOUS PRICE REDUCTIONS Extra Special Men's OddPaots Big Assortment All Sizes All $2.00 for $1.59 All $2.50 for .$1.98 AU$3.00 for .$2.38 AH $3.50 for .$2.79 All $5.00 for ' $3.78 Sale Opens Come 'to this sale, expecting large assortments and greater values than at former sales. You'll not be disappointed. ' Fortunately for you, our stocks are larger than usual at. this season of the year and if you come soon, you'll have excellent assortments to choose from. And because stocks are heavier, we have slashed the prices deeper for a com plete clearance of all seasonable goods is imperative. We realize that to reduce our heavy stock requires price reductions extraordinary and we have slashed them all over the store to the very lowest limit for this sale. Extra Special Soft Hats All the New Shad...

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. — 27 January 1915

THE CLiMAX-lfAmsdNiAR Wednesday. JAM. 27. iSi S we had passed Farn villa she was gone. She left the money on the seat Here it is." And he showed them the three crumpled bills, one partly torn. -- 19 15 How do you know sbe returned to ! New York?" demanded Moore. : . tV f 'I saw her. I got off at the next sta- 4 e.kA- : jRsunidlSjp)!h Gteste Copyright, 1215. by Serial Publication Cor poration. FIRST EPISODE The Man With the Black Vandyke CHAPTER I. mHE quivering center of all the intense agitation In Brynport was Bouncer. That energet ic collie could remember no occasion so exciting as this in the ilooro household, but as every one seemed thoroughly satisfied Bouncer helped In the happiness until his tail ached. Once, and" once only. Bouncer bad been able to get past old Aunt Debby. This time he caught that coal black cook with her hands full of snow white dough. She- lost her dignity and her center of gravity and sat down on the floor with a plump which Jarred the house as Bouncer p...

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. — 27 January 1915

4 IflTEIWJAL CATMBQ X III II I II I V Pern Eu Done Woiders For Me 'I Was 8jreak.! ,Mn. M !P4 Curry. P. X Box 1 5, Petersburg. Ills, writes-.i "I have been troubled wltn Internal ca tarrh since my girlhood, and was slclc in bed three I was able to set up I was so weak and thin ' I could hardly walk. What I ate disa greed with me. I had stomach and liver trouble, and my feet and limbs were swollen so I could scarcely dra around. . "I took Peruna and' It has done wonders for me. My cure was a sur mise to my friends for they never ex- cected to Bee me well again. I Just took two bottles of Peruna after doc toring for five months and growing; worse all the time." Continuous Headache. Mrs. Esther M. Mllner. Box 191. lie Graft. Ohio, writes: "I was a ter rible sufferer from internal catarrh. and had the headache continuously. I was not able to do my housework for myself and husband. . Tou recom- ' mended Peruna.' I took four bottles ' and was completely cured. I think Ppnma a wonderful med...

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. — 27 January 1915

THE cLiMAX.MAbls6til Aif ; WfibttESftAV, JAN. lM rr n Hill u ! ; np.n '. 5 V' TAri J Ill T-- " I . i - K - fill. ,5; 'V': ". 1 J xL hmm- ajJ V i bT )M ) YA The 2 in 1 Shine Brings the Smile' of Satisfaction! Quick, Brilliant, 1 I 14 C All . ' . 'Tlf 'C-a JIM Lasting. In the "Easy-Opening" Box. : J I ) V J DEALERS jfC& - Jf THB F. FDALLEY 5Q.t Ltd.. BUFFALO. N.YH HAMILTON, CAN. ' 4ST - t- , ' : : . . DON'T EXPERIMENT with "cheap tailoring' It will prove costly. Everything has a market value and you get just what you pay for Bell Telephone Bulletins 10 CAUSES OF TROUBLE , A telephone plant, no matter hew well it may be constructed, is subject to damage by the elements at all times. In the summer elec trical storms' often put telephones out of commission. One bolt of lightning can completely destroy a cable containing two hundred or more pairs of wires. " tThis fre quently happens. In the winter season sleet and snow storms play havoc with our lines and cause not only heavy financi...

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. — 27 January 1915

You Need Drugs Sometimes YOU WANT THEM PURE We keep only PURE DRUGS. We guarantee to fill all prescriptions properly Madison Drug Company WINES' Corner, First and Main Pure Drugs and Medicines, Toilet Articles, Window Glass, Paints and Varnishes SHELLS We've just received a shipment from the factory. We are also in a position to make you a special price on all 5hot Guns and Rifles. Call before they are all gone D. B Shackelford & Company The Home of Good Goods and Satisfied Customers Illicit Still Destroyed. . The largest moonshine still destroyed in Kentucky in years was seized in Per ry county last Sunday.-.. The still was made of copper and was of 125 gallons capacity. Two hundred gallons of beer and ten fermenting tubs were also dis oovered. The operators succeeded in making their escape. Keeping In Good Condition. Many people suffer from' indigestion and constipation and do not know it. A feeling of dullness and languidness, bit ter taste in the mouth, headache, bilious fev...

Publication Title: Climax-Madisonian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Climax-Madisonian. — 3 February 1915

I A Pages v Today THE WEATHER Unsettled We Stand for the Purity of Home, the Supremacy of Law and the Relief of a Tax-burdened People. ld Vol. 41 New Vol. 2 RICHMOND, MADISON COUNTY, KENTUCKY, WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 3, 1915 Number 5 OUR CIRCULATION IN RICHMOND AND MADISON COUNTY IS EQUAL TO THE COMBINED CIRCULATION OF ALL OTHER COUNTY PAPERS FRENCH AIRMEN DO BIG DAMAGE Bombard Headquarters of Von Heeringen, Commander of the German Center. . ; " - GERMANS CHECKED AT AISNE Advance Stopped by Combined Artil lery and Machine Gun Fire Ger mans Report Three British Airships Chased into Sea. Berlin. Feb. L Three British aero planes which took part in the recent raid over OS tend and Zeebrugge were destroyed by Germans, it was unoffi cially reported here. Among the items given " out by the government news bureau was the following: "Reports printed in Beale, Switzer land, newspapers state that only four of the seven English aeroplanes which bombarded Ostend and Zeebrugge re turned to their base...

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. — 3 February 1915

THE CLIM AX-MADlSONt AN, WEDNESDAY, 3, 1615- THE CLIMAX-MADISONIAN PUBLISHED EACH WEDNESDAY BY ' THE CLIMAX PRINTING COMPANY INCORPORATED Entered at the Poetoffice at Richmond, Ky.. as second-class mail matter under an Act of Congress of 1875 .; GRANT E. LILLY. ANNA D. LILLY W. G. WHITE EDITOR SOCIAL EDITOR BUSINESS MANAGER PHONE 659 PHONE 638 PHONE 69 MarDnr advertising snace and Tob Work is the same price to everybody. We play no favorites. (All advertisements to be carried till further orders, marked tf ' will be charged for until ordered out.) SUBSCRIPTION PRICE. ONE YEAR IN ADVANCE .. --$1.00 SIX MONTHS -60 THREE MONTHS ONE MONTH --- 15 RICHMOND. KY., WEDNESDAY, FEB. 3. 1915. JUDGE J. M. BENTON. In this issue appears the formal an nouncement of Judge J. M. Benton as a j candidate for re-election to the office of Circuit Judge for this district. There also appears over his signature the plat form on which he runs. Judge Benton has held this office since the death of Judge Soott....

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. — 3 February 1915

i. - - teE CLIMAX-IAmgWiAN, WEDNESDAY.. PES.. S, 1915 1HL (D) HJ -I Some tobacco warehouses pick out a few of the best crops they have sold in the past few years and quote them but that method does not give you'a line on the present market. We quote, every week, crops which have been sold within a few days, and only mention tobacco of average quality the kind you probably have. We have crops that average higher than our weekly figures but don't : quote them as such crops are scarce this year. Some sales made during the week of January 25-30 Reagan & Ross S. A. Best Wylie Sebastian Thomas Witt J. W. Parrish Coy and King 5470 lbs 2450 lbs 2835 lbs 2440 lbs 2570 lbs 2260 lbs brought $556.93 brought $374.94 brought $346.30 brought $264.54 brought $313.49 brought $262.26 averege $10.18 average $1530 average $12.22 average $10.85 average $12.19 average $11.60 Hendren & Shearer 3715 lbs Long & Rose 2630 lbs Church & Reffert 5010 lbs Waller Bennett 6495 lbs Ira Foster 1565 l...

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. — 3 February 1915

' 4 .MB CL1M.4X-MACJ56HIAM, WEBH6fiA. JA& a.; 1918 SOU Fire lnsurance Tornado Tobacco Insurance INSURANCE AGENCY TelepKone 707 Over Stockton's Drug Store HOLY SHIES OF FREEDOM SPLENDID SUCCESS HAS GREETED OUR fn) rzi Headquarters Occupied by Wash ington Throughout the i Country Are to Be ' Preserved. MM 01 II 1 - USJ J U L I ?no wm r M ni M n zj ifu u 11 Ifu UIJ i) THROUGH the efforts of the various patriotic societies many of the old houses made famous by Washington as his headquarters during the war of independence, have been preserved and are now suitably marked for the information of posterity. During that long struggle for freedom Washington used perhaps a hundred or more bouseB for this purpose in various parts of the country. Many have dis appeared under the ravages of time, but about two score of them have been saved. It was in these houses that he planned his battles and strategy; It was in them that indepen dence was achieved. Cambridge, Mass., points proudly to in pIi...

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. — 3 February 1915

THE CLIM Aff-M ADlSOMl AfrT,- WeuKBsDAY, FJBB.. 3, idlS mm BY GEORGE RANDOLPH CHESTER AND LILLIAN sCHEoTEk Copyright. 1915. by Serial Corporation Publication By special arrangement for this paper a photo-drama corresponding to the installments of "Runaway June" may now be seen at the lead ing moving picture theaters. By arrangement made with the Mutual Film Corporation it is not only pos sible to read "Runaway June" each week, but also afterward to see mov ing pictures illustrating our story SECOND EPISODE In Pursuit of the Runaway Bride CHAPTER I. I HE runaway bride, who led the chase, seemed to be lucky, lor the traffic . opened before her like magic and closed behind her like a wall. As she turned into Central park at Fifty-ninth street, safe from immediate pursuit, the black Vandyked man's car was in a snarl at Fifth-sixth. As ce came out of that pocket he leaned forward, after a look ahead, and spoke crisply to his driver. They stopped at the Plaza hotel, and the man, hurrying:...

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