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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The climax. — 18 July 1888

n x i 5z wcRVsSm CHINAS GREAT WALL XtWia Conitrncted o Whatever Material Vu ifot Plentiful For a short distance either sWe of ike Lo wan pe the wall is constraot ed of brick trith rabble in the center bat farther away it is composed Almost wholly of stone in fact whatever materials were desat at hand would ppear to hare -been made ue of Tims at the spots we vined granite abounded ia greatest prof wsioa so ia the cobs tract ion of the wall was it Katie the principal ingredient and for mHes the wall consists of large shape less masses of granite smoothed only ob the oatsid We observed bat one tower btriit entirely of stone they being with this exception cosiposed of brick with foHsdatioas of hewn stone The height of the Trail from the top of the parapet is about 17 feet 10 inches at HMHt parts thongh oc ottetonaUj where the parapet is highest it measures 18 feet 6 htohee its breadth k 13 feet and the height of the parapet 5 feet 4 inches The towers are SI feet 3 inches high and 28 fee...

Publication Title: Climax, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The climax. — 25 July 1888

TTPssnfssra - iffiilfe ee3iSssf toltoie tk COLORING FLOWERS A Sew Tork PorUt Talk Aboiit K Trlcki of HI Tradf Shall I write your name cm tills T05i How wiR yon do it asked a re porter of tbls dealer who was handling a beautiful jacqueminot rose As easily as writing on paper with a pencil and without in jaring tlui rose in any way Tell me about the process It js done ly an eAootric noodle Tho noodle consists of a very fino plcco of plrtinnm wire and is ooftaooted wth a very powerful battery Hie roso must of course be handled very carefully or the entire flower will bo destroyed Take oe of the leaves of tjo 11 wc r one of the matt jVonriiiont ones and perfect tffte and place under it jhcwj of glass Thon with the Kccdle tjHickly write your iianie over the kal The rrcetBe mnst bo held vary tightly btrtit nrautmicli the flow er Tc electricity conveyed through the rccdle kills the parte that it touches and drives all tho color Tout Scaving the name distinctly wriltoD This will show best o...

Publication Title: Climax, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The climax. — 25 July 1888

I- p r r PUBLISHED EVERY WEDNESDAY BY THE Climax Printing Co FRENCH TIPTON ir Wm G WHITE f tDrrns MICE PER YEAR 150 WEDNESDAY JULY 25 iSSS Democratic Ticket FOR lKBSIDBKT GROVER CLEVELAND OF NKV YORK WJR VICE PRESIDENT ALLAN G THURMAN OF OHIO FOR SHERIFF J W BALES R CONSTABLE T B AYRES DEMOCRATIC CONVENTION The Democrats of Madison coun ty are called 1o meet at the Court lifHise on Saturday July 28lh ISSS to elect delegatos to the Convention which meets at Dan ville on Wednesda3r August Sth to nominate a candidate for Con press in the Eighth 1 District C D Chexault Chairman The Senate 1ms confirmed the nomination of Chief Justice Ful ler Hon T G Stuart has been named by the Democrats of Clark oottnly for Congress Sven persons were scalded to death by a steam pipe explosion om a steamer at Westport Ky The Governor of Florida has telegraphed for Government as sistance to suppress the yellow fever The Democratic platform is scli good reading that we repub lic it It will bear repeated r...

Publication Title: Climax, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The climax. — 25 July 1888

V45p THE GM MXt WEDNESDAY JULY ibSS UlackberrlMareutiusutllj numerous The picnic at Spevdwell was largely attended last aiuruy The Stale Medical Association convene in Richmond next May wlll l Mrs J B Ctiennult continues serious ly ill l lie home of her father ir Wni Jeuoiug Two gentlemen n bicycles came tbrrragh Richmond yesterday from Fuiladrlpbin Dmt forget the Kirksville Fair b iday d Saturday See premium Eiiifceliert The Han it Democratic Club will iYtta Cleveland end Thurmau poll MfeS high lierifl Deatherace went toScott county and caught Sant Young color- c 1 w ho stole Mr W J Colllnas liorte n Reports from ail parts of the country niiioate an excellent wheat crop Ir Brutus J Clays averaged 82 bush- to tlie acre Green B Million has a Celd tobacco oa bis farm near Fuxtown i il retches up to ilia eltmv and will e readj for cutting by August 10 Tlie lolal eclipse of the moon Sun Jy night had the most delightful -weather and observation was unfiti 1detl The passage required more ...

Publication Title: Climax, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The climax. — 25 July 1888

I r t h k 1 t TREATMENf OF jCOLTS a Why It Should Ha Different From That of VTorklIorscs Nature furnishes tho young eolt i with Kqtiid food which is oXaotly sdapted to its tvatttfi The milk ot the fdem contains sugar for respiration and te keep Hp animal heat casein to Imild p itH Mitsdcs and bone oil to lubricate and cashlon its joints and lay on lat to rotind ont lta form Tno nutriment of this food I in solution vaqsirfag a very slight amount of dt gerin to change it to Wood The feeder of the yoHBg coit should make jibe change from the mothers milk as little TioleHt as possible therefore it is advisable when that can be done to teach the etdt lo drink cows milk at TOitiag and give it about fear quarts per day with other feed The wean ing can be mAde very gradurl by gv ig twa qnarts of ootts milk with a pnwt ef bran twice per day ami after jr little whHe gtre a pint ef Mta be stole grass Bdrly eat and Hioeiy cttred hay should be given when grass k gene and Also a few carrots beets ...

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

k 5 SSi SM volume h ABOUT HAND SHAKING jt rarap llsnrtto Iroee an Onneoes ary and Dlsasreeable One II any one who is at all curious In lie mattor of statistics -will be good enough to try and calculate the num Vr of people who meet each other evcrv day in Losdoa alone to say toiling of the pcovlHoes or In fact rf any other place either in or out of Jand and of whom qsitc two tLrJs we tldnk we May positively as fcr Shake hands when they do so tnr t the numbers wo ski probably ap pear absolutely meiedibk and yet ra ro extraordinary still it would seem tint cut of these many bmIUobs of haiJ slialsers no two are absolutely tsn ar Why do we shake hands If o one aj pears to know It does not ucn much if any thing Who has mtfEffred from the strong aad hearty -rasp tt let us fondly hope ardent fciCTdship when or perhaps wringed ti J is wrung with the fervor of ertlus astic gn3hingness or affection bj some jurial Hercalos in ing iins who forgets he somc tmes pes near to smashing the frag ile ...

Publication Title: Climax, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The climax. — 1 August 1888

JXZ THE CLIMAX riBI6HBB EVERY WEDNESDAY BY THE Climax Feinting Co FRENCH TIPTON Editors- Wm G WHITE PRICE PER YEAR 8150 WEDNESDAY AUGUST i 1SS8 Democratic Ticket FOR riJESiDKNT GROVER CLEVELAND OF SEW YORK FR VICE FKBSIDBNT ALLAN G TQURMAN OF OHIO FB fillRSIFF J W BALES FR CONSTABLE T B AYRES Yte for Bales early next Mon day morning IK YOU HEAR IT Ckttriee Willis colored defeated Jekn VanWinkle white in the Glade Repablican convention last Suttirday for Constable Willis is now running against R G Bal land the Democratic candidate for Constable Yoe Glade Democrats turn t iKixt Monday and strike from the shoulder THE REPLBLICAXS PRAISE HIM We are JmleWetl to the Hon J B Metreary or reseat efficient Con rHH fer Atvera He surely Is the rnreeHtative of the people remiHe rf jHles HarrodsbarK 8alDgs am The alitor of the Sayings and loJHgs is a Republican and was Jost maeter h rider the last Repub liean Administration He is now JhairmH of the Republican Coun ty Committee But Iks is willing ...

Publication Title: Climax, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The climax. — 1 August 1888

THEOLIMAXj v nsEsDAY AUGUST i iSfcS Slwbitinii utile tle IS h SU jc - Pi new cistern in jull janl Richmond Fair Anaut 14th 4 days i mm i - KewpaiitniR Madfcon Female tue jlrs Lal 1as a claxs in ruulc Bee notice sa H E E McUaiin lias a word Willi rnti in this issue Stx Monday the eiroJten ami Tues day willbecoiirt ilay Mrs D H Fhohhii Ihw a class in rii r bid E notice f f Gitolhe P early next Monday ninralig RUlJ vole for Mr Gilbert Maeou is reading law with county attorney Sullivan Mr V C Peyton is IhiIWIhh a brick reM Jcnce on Tatea Creek Avenue - Mr A S tott is building a residence c Tier f Main awl Ksllll Avenue W P Weatliertord and party killed a deer and pome otlier game iu Rus ttl county last week Tlie officers ami directors of tlie Fair n ha inc no stone unturned to make the exhibition a Hiecess Tie Richmond colored nine did up fs Parn colored nine iu a game of Le ball on Wednesday I s i ratable that the Council will rrJer the houses numbered That is pcosely w hut ought to be...

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

if z I f I- ft r sMjWV lW WHATS IN A NAME Harold Tere do Tertsa Proud fieri Ur Spurned by a Fork Packer Daughter Mtit Maud exelairaed Harold Vm tie Yore and Ms toIco vibrit od wltk the earnestness of a man plead ing for another extension of ninety days Ifcave never courted notoriety iw sought to bring myself prominent ly before the public in any vray inoon stetent witk the dignity of a self-respecting nan bare 1 1 beHere not Mr Vere de Vere softly replied Mws Petberbridge To de yon justice I have never looted Hvea Ton as a gentleman of inordinato amWlSon for mere fame 2faM sftW the young man with nrond humility you have never seen me among the vice presidents on the -platform at a reception given to any famous pngilht and my portrait does not glare at yen from the advertising oatamns of every paper in the country as the distinguished manufacturer of a eetebrated S shoe I do not thirst for the applause of the fickle multitude Miss JJawL he continued with a far away look in his eye an...

Publication Title: Climax, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The climax. — 8 August 1888

VOLUME yjHij i - - 0- jtUiL w ii ri ca t t i j t - t THE POOR ARE ME KBPUISLIGAXS Xa orcrtke Seath Observatibtis in Ken- lgk b Mr Campbell ot ihe InleiH geeeer Kichmom Ky July 24 I write i ut flitter from the lower edge of tlie E s Gras rrgimi in Kentuoky a re r j qjiie familiar by reputation I i tit to jour reader by virtue of itsrftge as a Krusajiroduelng ami fl s rv e txk bretding seotion of tue c ultry I liave been iiere about a n ii ad at the end of that time am t t rcpared to eitdurae Its Iiigh agri c reputation lie u ky it a pefiilar Slate in seve re nms It is one ot tlie oldest la s as 17M tlie second State to come i - tlie new nation Originally a paj Ek t c r ij K 11- r 3 ttito I u J ivani looking to the control -of f e Msi sIppl liver At the wmeof Us admission it had a j5 7iO0O people largely from Vir g lj and North Carolina aud Ihey vr e a restless population Like West era rtiiuylvauia they became very r excited over the whisky tax j at iliat early day they converted t L ...

Publication Title: Climax, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The climax. — 8 August 1888

iM i i 3 I 4 1 I 4 i THE CLIMAX riBLlSHEB EVERY WENBSDAY Climax Prihtikg Co FRENCH TIPTON Nm g WHITE f EmTftRS PKICE lBR YKAIt 160 WEDNESDAY AUGUST S 188S Democratic Ticket POK IRHSiDKKT GHOVHR CLEVELAND P 2JBW YORK VHS PJtHSIDBNT ALLAN G TQURMAN OP OMtO THE ELECTION Monday was a Waterloo o the Republicans in Madison county Joe Bales tlie Democratic candi date lor Sheriff defeated his Re publican opponent Broaddug by a majority of more than five hun dred rotes The returns are not all in hut the estimated majority is 525 Union precinct continues to Itohl the banner Eliieton responded nobly Kroaddus cariied only two pre cincts Glade and 1oosey Bales carrying the other nine Yates even went for Bate A lare vote was polled Ih J lade preciitct tle colored wan who was nominated for Con stable was pulled off and Liitch Kerby put on the ticket lie was elected by 45 over Davis Demo crat Local option carried in Glade Precinct 304 majority The reports so far as as they have reached us from othe...

Publication Title: Climax, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The climax. — 8 August 1888

I bun utes HE CLIMAX JysESDAY AUGUST iMS jadimwul Fatrttwt wtyk i F r ir ssm Darnes 1hs 4dI caUh 660 psHtids at 5 cents rvt CStiertmi uas lest Impel of ttkfa fi II He rAUnrtl kf DU - g notice In this issue of ohangeln DU1DRrace io roaUsteriroi ai air ur L F Sanders Sr Lr this place sold 30W cigars hi a live fofitrirlMt eeK Hess McKee TreyBor reached 5ufrlJwSihSuieS iHgood trim for tie great race tivwiw J Lu C Hardin wlw died of fever at FraukfKt IheSTth ll was student of Central Utffverslty Dr GoUstein the opUonn will be sltlie Willis HMfce August ml 17th Jnlee Iioyd proiHet eitizeli of ynthiaua died n Swwiay - Jjtev Dr Fjrmau went uowii oa Monday to iiTt aul H luutnm Ut Hire killed a man mimud Strauge pa tiarj J i o victrn in umn vwmuy 3LJii and Ike tteywrfds badly out BuSao m irvimr Tliere was no fHMirauee on the lwtetnll ofClifl Curry whose house ia e Dr Dickersoa plaee was by ruoU Tdxuvy entailing eoatierae loss Ir Smizer wiro killed Martin King laniaIIton last week was held in ...

Publication Title: Climax, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The climax. — 8 August 1888

w V 1 1 ft J - PFORZHEIM JEWELERS Uvvt Titer Am Trained lo tlio Work Prom Early IJiykood Mr Moinh w U iUod States Coa ni rt Mannheim recently pakl a t t to the city of Fforzhelm Is P ukn with a riew to seeing how German jewelers exeated these of the United Slates II i fouad tbc methods of prod ncinjj very similar except that the Gturma i hag the advantage of be jr provided with a very excel en t technical sefcoei -which ohihlrea in in tended for employment in the jewel ry -shops reeeire a thorough theo retical trafotag long before they see the inside at a faetorr Instruction here is praetieaHj free the manu facturers paring abont eight shillings a year for the pupils -whom they in tend to employ The maanfaetare of pi aid ware and plate k growing Thick oopper and silver plates are prpirod with a perfectly smooth ilar sorface French lonis tlurs are out np and weit nd ran off inlo plates nhM Wed and rolled ont to the size of the receiving plate attached to the latter by means of some s...

Publication Title: Climax, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The climax. — 15 August 1888

Vtr Lc i fir gas zjtz r - i volume n MUR AND WOOL or Irnal 1 pHHH writHiftwHi OtMffW w ra -1 j Alugli piweeuve iami Up id ai k jhh wbnt de- n niirralie narty has for - - - - lie - nl ii Hie ime ni B - i r 05 s j a- ti I tjl J iiniieorauy er marble aue J fnMH C4railu i s do Demoeratfe advance ii ll a lB j T i itsee taiiff measure i to the nature im e Tlie leBHcras are 3ra Ulii reutrciHttt i iuf a The Mills 1MH U WK j rtly any niwitw tin is itlilf fe Ht it re iictJ tlie algidities of tbe ai n and reciilleB swine of its I it protective beeau e mg tariH is in4eetive ll 1 iies at an abewe altitutie rnJuce the rate m dutiable j a i Us and it does enlarge lire Tiiitio ee marl4e beinj pro- in tlu IMMtltlfUl f4 J J - J al bill it whs om the free from various W s me members sfiiC I niHi oojeetwi aim as it J iiji u e itiarwe in - s t luniMiwg litem lire - - Uifiiglit it JHst as well to er Jllt tppc1My tbe total r i tlie Hem was only SW- v - u tne to tire lax on wool e in sugar s Mvar i or reve...

Publication Title: Climax, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The climax. — 15 August 1888

i 1 I L V i r POK PHHStDKKT GBOVBR CLEVELAND Oi XBW YKJC FMC VICE lHBSIDBNT ALLAN G TQURMAN OF OHIO THE CLIMAX l BLISHEB EVERY WEDNESDAY BY THE Climax Pewtihg -Co I RENCH TIPTON Wm ti WHITE - Editors TKICE PBR YEAR 150 WEDNESDAY AUGUST 15 18S8 Democratic Ticket OtmUattoogK had a 400000 lire lant Thursday with 200000 Perry Belmont ami Ira Daven port and a Democrat and Kepub UetiM CererfraH from New York have been in Uieir seats jmt six days each in the last six months Gov McCreary ha6 had to take the place of the former as a chairman of the committee on foreign affairs but it matters not to the public at large if the latters place k wot filled at all Stan ibrd Journal Judge Edeon of Mount Vernon lad defeated for the Kepttb Kcau nomination for Judge of the Supreme Court says After the MoutinatHHt of Gen IJovey for Gov ernor I am to le congratulated on nv detail iu the convention and wt condoled with for Gen Hover nomination has changed lae KefNtblican campaign in In diaa from an aggre...

Publication Title: Climax, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The climax. — 15 August 1888

THE CLIMAX EPENDAY MlGttST 15 18KS ee lc of s00 fountain In this Issue m Tie Fair made a good beginning yes S See Mr C 8 McCordt advertisement cl c ul yard for sale W T Edwards late a grocer on First i ec u Richmond it in Indian Territory Tiie bank in Richmond will close at 1 j o Joel every dajr this week except urdaj Marriage licenses Robert Benton and Sn Ror Geo F Long and L D Lrg The members of Madison Club will en tcti n ra their elegant rooms this place TrsJay evening Oats are now being said by weight in ts bundle at 5s Gents per hundred pounds This it a new idea m m He Vanmeter of Clark county was n n ast eek and bought a lot of pound cattle at 4 J Cents Rev John A Brooks of Missouri Pro tT ton candidate for Vice President of f e I nited States has several thnes preached in Richmond The scleral colored Republicans charg cJ wh kukluxmg eelored Democrats in R imond for voting for Bales will be f cJ to morrow The penalty is n IVha the largest tomatoes in Central KcVclv are those ...

Publication Title: Climax, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The climax. — 15 August 1888

1 i 1 I J I PLEASANT NEIGHBORS Oeatobiy the Ohler Deitroyer of Fence In Bina Communities It dU set seem xslWe tkere cohUI be ixh vast difference in neighbors and neighborhoods After living in thieklr settled localities where there are nearly as wljRy grades of soototy as there are people and then spend ing a few months in a inoHHlainons and sparsely settled region of New York State the prevailing character istics of the two peoples were so differ int that lasting impressions and pleas ant Htemories resulted In the two counties and six towns visited not a IH ofane -word was head to escape the lips of a fanner ami not a Hetenbor liood qnarrel or gossiping chatterbox could be heard of The ooeaskm oc curred several times to attend social gatherings of farmers and it was ob served that all were on an equality from the poorest to the riches the least and the most educated What was gratifying to the guest was the fact that those who had teams were very solicitons and active in looking afte...

Publication Title: Climax, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The climax. — 22 August 1888

j V aP - r cv xxp nP YOLTJME IT ESTILL COUNTY IXSTITIME The Estill Cotwrty Institute eenvenetl at Ir nr Ky Jry i6 iSS trWi Caaty mntendent R H RiMeM in the Chair r of Tabott s Cfwhcter and G V tVon Secretary The following teachers were enrolled l es Amaeda CecVrAl Rm Park Lea ru Fame Stanley Harris Castia Shearer 3f Tiiton Wallace Montague Lillian O Newkirk Bettte Neal Moilie Lewis F rnie Kern MaHnda Wiseman Eva V Kinney Eva Mailin Stanley Rogers p ie Norton Martha Wood Mary Weed V---V Moores Lala NeUnd Pattie Wilton C rn hia Crow Meetrs Albert Hamilton X F Thomas E I Campbell Walter ttmJer P D Broandss J W Tuttle J A ope A G White Jos Tattle Oscar K jwell W W Bryant B R CecVriH W H Huy H C Norton B H Sale A B U nckO W Witt B H Master T W KccveJ JS Yoang Cornelius Marcam A ireJ Marcam James AI Brace G W - ukton J II Wittoaghby and J Clay rv Pr f Talbott read a portion of tin school Iiw to the teachers then delWcred a few we directed remarks to the Institute Tiie ueslHm How to keep a...

Publication Title: Climax, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The climax. — 22 August 1888

1 5 1 KJWHPJ iWT THE CLIMAX rOBLISHCD EVERY WEDNESDAY BY THE Climax Printing Co FRENCH TIPTON Wm G WHITE Edits- PRICE PBR YEAR 6150 WEDNESDAY AUGUST zs 1888 Democratic Ticket FOR FRBSiDBXT GROVER CLEVELAND OF JJEW YORK POR VICE PBBSIDBXT ALLAN G THURMAN OP OHIO FOR CONGRESS JAMES B McOKEARY OF MADISON The man to be utterly pulver jxed is Mr Wood Danlap of Lrii CMtw Kepablican candidate for Ooagres6 against our Mr Jeems McOroarj o Two Daish steamers collided near Halifax last week awl the Jefcer was sunk while the Thin salla was badly damaged One liBndred and five persons were lost mainly from St Paul and Chi efs A CUTTIV AX A SLASHIX A man named Dilger got his name in the Louisville papers last wek He wa6 beating a woman named Burns because she would not give him money Two police men want to arrest himand he kill ed both of them with a Bowie knife Their names were Jones and Rosenberg Tltey hit Dilger se veral heavj blows with their clubs but he laid them out with a few rapid and wel...

Publication Title: Climax, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The climax. — 22 August 1888

yHE CLIMAX riiMsDW AUGUST 32 1S8S jTtolcri Kro Do jouseer fv IK Rtv lb t be Kt gl ui V s l If K i asc 01 iiiHiin e SipUmN lih 1 a Chemistry nues from 8 a and Mm Shearer TTanv Henderson will preach to- Mcthodnt church Vt ucilllectarcat Mr Ram- s t postponed fnM lost night Ii Arts i la Jen returned fiwn Cm- w n where he aotd acaref lie i u nd the market off Vaiin County Teachers t fc -ion at the Presbyterian acJ bv Prof M KtMott res tK Sundychoet Conven tion at Winchester havifur a It will cioe to mor - s i made a fine mite exhibit on Hie tri1 Fair company a beautiful er A- n ran has been feNtag 6tae Fri- Hie branches and creeks are j aud lucres a beating tide in r oji1 has secured rooms on I Ms - - ana m JP6er open a Jr -5 k v tt She i a vocalist of rare ar J s promised gaad classes Z i were three colored funerals in j j Monday Stephen Lipscomb l of ears janitor of the Chrk a child of Luke WfflfcuiM oman prcltiett and most stylish n Richmond have jast been the Powell addition by Mr w...

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