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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Climax-Madisonian. — 8 September 1915

6 TH El CLIMAX-MADISONIAN, WEDNESDAY, SEPT. 8, 1915 Grand Bargain Day Begins the Thirteenth Annual Kentucky State Fair 10c Women and Childrsn to Cates and Hippodrome 10c ! K- A.. - .1 , - .J , -ffl. , J '' I ' I ON THE MIDWAY AT L TIIE thirteenth fannual Kentucky State Fair, to be held in "Louis ville Sept 13 13, will belaunch- ed with the eclat of a Grand Bargain Day For Ladles and Children, ' with a gate admission of 10 cents, a ' like sum for the big and brilliant Hip podrome Show (which on other days : and nights will be 25 cents) and a rate , of 5 cent's to all the wonderful and in teresting offerings on the Midway, which will be manned this season by , fhe King of Carnival Purveyors, Con iT. Kennedy. I Other special days and nights desig ; nated for Fair week and the chairmen I and officials who stand sponsor for the dates named are as follows: ' SPECIAL DAYS. Fred W. Keisker, General Chairman. MONDAY, SEPT. 13. cmij BOOSTERS' PAY SCHOOL DKEN'S DAY. , ' Professor E. O. Holland...

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. — 8 September 1915

THE CLIMAXMADISONlAN, WEDNESDAY, SEPT 8, 1915 E., 9 T'j Great Saddle Horse Erects at GfltucKV s r ride i VUlUWilJ J K 11WW Entries Hat Challenge the World Russian Green Gaberdine Suit Bits of Byplay DEMOCRATIC TICKET. t For Governor A. O. Stanley ' For Lieut. Governor J. D. Black For Sec. of State Barksdale Hamlett For Auditor R. L. Greene For Treasurer Sherman Goodpastor For C. C. of Appeals It. W. Keenon - For Supt. Public In. V. O. Gilbert For Com. of Agri. M. S. Cohen For R. R. Commissioner 3rd District Howard Stamper For State Senator N. B. Turpin. For Representative John F. White For Circuit Judge 25th District W. R. Shackelford For Circuit Clerk Jas. W. Wagers City Election. -1st Ward W. W. Broaddua and W. L. Leeds 2nd Ward D. W. Kennedy and Robt. Golden 3rd Ward William O'Neal and Joe T. Arnold mm m i 0 i ... .. - . . i CANDIDATES' CARDS INVABIABLT IN ADVANCE For State and District Offices $15 00 For County Offices 10 00 For City and County Dist. Offices. 5 00 We are authori...

Publication Title: Climax-Madisonian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Climax-Madisonian. — 8 September 1915

8 THE CLIMAX-MADISONIAN, WEDNESDAY, ' 'SEPT. 8, 1915 Jiiiiii!i;iiiiiiii!iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiin:;iiii!iiiiiiMiii:uiiiiiii!iiiiii:ii(iii!is Danger Signals of Tuberculosis J nllUIIIIIIlIIIIIIlWIIIlIIIlIIIIIIIIIIIIlIIllIlllIlIIllIlllllllliiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiitiuuilJHIl SN a previous article, it was stated that nearly everybody has tu berculosis at some time or other during his lifetime. Autopsies on people have shown that hardly a single human being reaches mature life without a scar on his lungs or elsewhere showing where tuberculosis had attacked him, and he, by his normal resist ance and vitality, had warded off the continuation of the attack. Because tuberculosis ia so widespread, every man, woman and child should give the most careful attention to those signs of the disease which point out danger. The treacherous disease germs may enter -the body in early childhood and may not cause any serious trouble for ten or fifteen years. . Then, all of a sudden, when the body...

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. — 15 September 1915

8 Pages Today the weather; Fair WW. 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, SEPTEMBER 15, 1915 Number 37 OUR CIRCULATION IN RICHMOND AND MADISON COUNTY IS EQUAL TO THE COMBINED CIRCULATION OF ALL OTHER COUNTY PAPERS ALL THE JEWS AT The Climax- Madisonian By Mail (weekly) to Janu ary 1, 1916, for only 25 cits This offer is open to NEW subscribers only, and is made with the view of inducing those who have not been readers of this paper to "get acquainted" with us. Limited To New Subscribers Do It Today To Meet In Lexington. .At the annual reunion of Morgan's Men at Olympian Springs last week, it was unanimously decided to hold their 1910 meeting in Lexington. General Bennett H. Young and General John Ii. Castleman, of Louisville, spoke heartily in favor of Lexington as the next meet ing place. Major O. S. Tenny, of Lex ington, sent a message to Olympian Springs ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Climax-Madisonian. — 15 September 1915

2 THECCLIMAX-MADISONIAN, WEDNESDAY, SEPT. 15, 1915 S7 crzin Y amid. A. C. MARSHALL Leader Of era House Orchestra WW JV Church Notes DEATHS F ,318 aZ-Z f S.!Ssfc.5SgK. Iff aTJn; I -li.. mn II BANKING YOUR MONEY IS ONLY GOOD ARITHMETIC. CARRY YOUR MONEY IN YOUR POCKET; YOU SPEND IT; YOU SUBTRACT FROM WHAT YOU HAVE. PUT YOUR MONEY IN OUR BANK; YOU SAVE IT; YOU ADD TO WHAT YOU HAVE. THE CAREFUL MAN ALWAYS ''ADDS TO" WHAT HE HAS. BANK WITH US. , STA TE BANK & TRUST COMPANY RICHMOND, KENTUCKY No. 9S32 REPORT OF THE CONDITION OF SOUTHERN NATIONAL BANK at Richmond, in the State of Kentucky, at the close of business, September 2, 1915. RESOURCES Loans and discounts (except those shown on b) $24G,G08 7G. Total loans . Overdrafts, secured, $ ; unsecured $1211.43 U. S. Bonds to secure circulation (par value) $100,000 00" Total U. S. Bonds Securities other than U. S. Uouds (not including stocks) owned unpledged $2,000 00 Total bonds securities, etc Subscription to stock of Federal Res. Bk$6,...

Publication Title: Climax-Madisonian, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Climax-Madisonian. — 15 September 1915

THE CLIMAX-MADISONIAN, WEDNESDAY, SEPT 15, 1915 TO GOOD PLACES TO GO THE ALHAMBRA TODAY Daniel Froham presents Lois Merideth and Owen Moore in the national success FRIDAY Daniel Froham presents the Famous Players stupendous photo spectacle NEXT MONDAY Paramount Film Co. presents David Belasco's notable success 1 n EE elp Waeted" The Woman 9 and HOME THE PHOTO-PLAY HOUSE SUPERB WHERE THE BEST PEOPLE GO A story that might befall anybody's sister, stirring drama in 5 parts. This is a Paramount Feature A soul With Beautiful PAULINE FREDERICK The Photo-play Revelation of the Age. - - , In 8 Parts . Admission 10 and 25 Cents with Lois Meredith 'Exploits of Elaine" will also be shown Please hand us OUR dollar. See Breck & Evans for Tonado InsurJ ance. ; ' 19 fi Pure Country Sorghum at Lackey & Todd's. 6-tf 3ive Elmer Tate a call for anything in "bis line. Phone 793. 4-tf HUALING of all kinds. Spurlin's Livery Stable, 3rd & Irvine. Phone 108. 30 tf . , Before buying a typewriter...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Climax-Madisonian. — 15 September 1915

1 THE CLIMAX-MADISONIAN, WEDNESDAY, SFPT. 15, 1915 7u;o Stoves for the Price of One We offer you only reliable goods made by reliable manufacturers, Honest prices and honest values is our motto. If there is one place where quality counts it is here. Cole'S Original Hot Blast is a double stove a heavy durable heating stove slipped inside of -the powerful radiating body which radiates all the heat. This re markable construction makes an absolutely air-tight stay-tight heater which holds fire from Saturday night until Monday morning. This guaranteed stay-tight construction in connection with our Hot Blast fuel saving draft makes our guaranteed great fuel economy possible. The Many Feet of Leaking Joints made temporarily tight with stove putty explains why imitation hot blast heaters and stoves with other fuel saving devices are not guaranteed to remain air-tight always, as is Cole's Hot Blast. 1 Cole's OLDHAM & HARBER Hardware Main-st. opp. Court Public Sale OF Land, Stock & Cr...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Climax-Madisonian. — 15 September 1915

THE CLIMAX-MADISONIAN, WEDNESDAY, SEPT 15, 1915 Fire M Tornado Tobacco Insurance INSURANCE AGENCY Telephone 707 Over Stockton's Drug Store We still have a few Rugs and Carpet Samples that we are selling At a Bargain Bennett and Higgins Furniture and Undertaking 1856 MADISON INSTITUTE NEXT SESSION OPENS SEPTEMBER ' FORIINFORMATION CALL ON OR ADDRESS J. It. CaNiday, President A Bright and Clean Floors mmmti td?H5iv-.-i a. i .-v : it yi IPoip. 2 PeckWilliamson Hot Air Furnaces 1 Top Feed 1 Under Feed Will Sell Cheap for Cash if Taken at Once If interested call on or address ' r Richmond Heating & Pumbihg Co. Clay Building, Main Street Phone 270 COULD SCARCELY And For Three Summers Mrs. Vin cent Was Unable to Attend to Any of Her Housework. ' Pleasant Hill, N. C "I suffered for three summers," writes Mrs. Walter Vincent, of this town, "and the third and last time, was my worst. r 1 had dreadful nervous headaches and prostration, and was. scarcely able to walk about. Could not do any...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Climax-Madisonian. — 15 September 1915

THErCLIMAX-MADISONIAN, WEDNESDAY, SEPT. 15, 1915 CCRN IN MANY GUISES. CORN on the cob U the best kind of corn unless you Cud It unpleasant to eat. Surely the flavor of corn on the cob cannot be equiiled by the fla vor of corn prepared In any other way. Eat corn on the cob becomes monoto nous just as any other delicacy con stantly served In the same way does. Therefore It la a -wise cook who has at her fingers" tips some other interest ing methods of sending corn to the table. There are methods of beflting up cold corn, and, indeed, almost any made corn dl.-U is us good made of cold corn not more than a day old. Suc cotash, to be at its best, should always bo made of raw corn, although a good substitute can be made from boiled corn cut from the cobs, mixed with cooked lima beans and heated with a little milk or cream, butter, pepper and ealt. An easily prepared dainty made of leftover corn is corn fritters. Cut the corn from the cob. Never cut clear to the cob, but cut off part of ea...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Climax-Madisonian. — 15 September 1915

THE CLIMAX-MADISONIAN, WEDNESDAY, SEPT 15. 1915 i DEMOCRATIC TICKET. For Governor A. O. Stanley Fur Lieut. Governor -J. D. Black For Sec. of State Barksdale Hamlett Fur Auditor R. L! Greene . . For Treasurer Sherman Goodpaator For C. C. of Appeals-1-!. Y. Keenon For Supt. Public In. V. O. Gilbert For Com. of Agri. M. S. Cohen ." Forjl. R. Commissioner 3rd District J-Ioward Stamper For State Senator N. B. Turpin. ' For Representative John F. White For. Circuit Judge 2ath District W. R. Shackelford For Commonwealth Attorney B. A. Cruteber Fof.Circuit Clerk Jas. W. Wagers . . ' City Election. 1st Ward W. W. Broaddus and W. L. Leeds 2nd Ward D. W. Kennedy and Robt. Golden 3rd Ward William O'Neal and Joe T. Arnold CANDIDATES' CARDS - v IN VAKI ABLY IN ADVANCE, For HiH?e mid District Offices $15 00 For Cuuniy Offices.... ;. 10 K) For City and County Dist Ortlces 5 0) . We are authorized to announce that (he following persons aw Democratic candidal e lor trie offices under which their name...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Climax-Madisonian. — 15 September 1915

Faded Paper 8 THE CLIMAX-MADISONIAN, WEDNESDAY, SFPT. 15 1915 '' Forest ' The Greatest Destructive Agency to the Forests of the State ' gi "OREST fires tindoubtedly are I If"! one tle greatest destructive J3 agencies to . the forests and proierty of the state. It is es timated that from 1911 to 1914 the an nual loss from forest fires was $3o0, jOOO each year amlTUat there were an nually 175.000 acres turned over. A study of the forest lire situation by the state forester since has shown that over 00 per cent of the known causes of fires reported to hi office iwere due to carelessness and that they FOIIKST mtE LOOKOUT IOOT.P, This is tht Et:inl:i!Nl type of forest fir lookout towers that are beinK constructed : i r the eastern I'nitetl States. It is pos ilo to ovi.i lootc the country within a -;uiius of twenty miles frvm one of these t ilions. .mild hiive been prevented by reason )!! diligi-iice on the part f the in Jivid'.i.il. The two chief causes of for est tires ;uv burning of br...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Climax-Madisonian. — 22 September 1915

8 Pages Today THE WEATHER Cooler We Stand for the Purity of Home, the Supremacy of Law and the Relief of a Tax-burdened People. RICHMOND, MADISON COUNTY, KENTUCKY, WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 22, 1915 Old Vol. 41 New Vol. 2 x Number 38 OUR CIRCULATION IN RICHMOND AND MADISON COUNTY IS EQUAL TO THE COMBINED CIRCULATION OF ALL OTHER COUNTY PAPERS ALL THE HEWS AT The Climax Madisonian By Mail (weekly) to Janu ary 1, 1916, for only This offer is open to NEW subscribers only, and is made with the view of inducing those who have not been readers of this paper to "get acquainted" with us. Limited To New Subscribers Do It Today Highly Complimentary. We clip the following from The Boot and Shoe Recorder, published at Boston, Mass., which is highly complimentary to one of our former townsmen, Mr. J. Boen Zaring.son of Mrs. J. W. Zariug. and a brother of Mr. Allen Zaring and Mrs. John Allen, all of this city: "Mr. J. B. Zaring, who was formerly connected with the manufacturing house or Maetrich, Eyre...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Climax-Madisonian. — 22 September 1915

2 THE CLIMAX-MADISONIAN, WEDNESDAY, SEPT. 22, 1915 Y JV Y JV T1 A. C. MARSHALL Leader Opera House Orchestra liclimoricl9 Ky I ami JV ft MO. 4-318 As. .VI is . 4 1 : ARE YOU GOING TO HIDE YOUR MONEY IN A HOLE IN THE GROUND OR IN YOUR HOUSE AND ALWAYS BE WORRIED FEAR ING THAT YOU MAY BE WATCHED BY A ROBBER? NO. IT IS THE ROBBER'S BUSINESS TO LEARN WHO KEEPS MON EY HIDDEN; AND HE WILL YOU, IF HE MUST, TO STEAL. BE A CAREFUL MAN. BANK WITH US. STATE BANK & RICHMOND, FORCED TO OMIT THEM. Our editorials entitled "Our City Government" and "Just To Remind You" should have appeared last week but owing to a breakdown in our office, we were compelled to omit them. OUR CITY GOVERNMENT. (Left over from last week.) Without specializing or dealing with individuals, we wish to say that the city government for which the tax taxpayers annually pay a large sum of money, is evidently neglecting its job. With rank rag-weeds growing luxuriant ly on some of the principal avenues of the city, with dirt...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Climax-Madisonian. — 22 September 1915

THE CLIMAX-MADISONIAN, WEDNESDAY, SEPT 22, 1915 3 TO GOOD PLACES TO GO THE ALHAMBRA and HOME THE PHOTO-PLAY HOUSE SUPERB WHERE THE BEST PEOPLE GO TODAY Paramount Film Go. presents Viola Dana, Robert Conness, Sally Crute and Gertrude McCoy in The House of the Lost Court A dramatic adaption of the famous novel by Mrs. C. N. YVilliamson, in 5 stupend ous parts. Everyone should see this FRIDAY George Kieine Presents. SATURDAY Essanay.Film Co. Presents . Chas. Chaplin in 'The Bank IN TWO PARTS The funniest picture of them all. Also a special 3 reel feature 'The Ebe Tide" and a Ham Comedy MONDAY Mary Pickford in "Fanchon Mrs. Leslie Carter Du--BARRY in her famous stage success The Supreme Triumph of the Screen in 6 Magnificent Parts In this production Mrs. Carter wears $15,000 worth of gowns. One gown alone is said to have cost $5,000. It is said to be the most elaborate photo-spectacle ever screened. No advance in price 5 and 10 cents r The Cricket J9 in 5 parts hand i OUR dollar. See Br...

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. — 22 September 1915

THE CLI M AX-M ADISONIAN, WEDNESDAY, SEPT. 22, 1915 OPENING GUN IS FIRED (Continued from Page 1) rorm and named Its nominees should never have heard until Mr. Morrow fired his opening gun "that the Third House Is greater than the People's Houn " Will the Intelligent citizenship of Ken tucky entrust a party with power that knows nothing of Invisible government, or, knowing, is too timid or too corrupt to give you Its solemn pledge to destroy It? Or Is It that those more potent and more silent than Mr. Morrow, high in his party's councils, the powers behind the throne, realize how easy It is, to secure the sinews of war and the aid of all the cohorts, chicane and crookedness. If only they will agree to stand with their fingers on their lips and allow the Democratic party and Its nominees alone to champion the cause of the oppressed against the oppressor and to advance unaided and unsustained against this un seen and inveterate foe of popular gov ernment, this all-pervading influence, ...

Publication Title: Climax-Madisonian, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Climax-Madisonian. — 22 September 1915

5 Fire Insarance Tornado Tobacco Insurance INSURANCE AGENCY Telephone 707 Over Stockton's Drug Store THE CLIMAX-MADISONIAN, WEDNESDAY, SEPT 22, 1915 Story- They Built a Hugo Wooden Horee. 'TIHIS Is the story of a famous II on his Knees. J "A wooden one," daddy one nation that be seems real. "What was his name?" the kiddles wanted to know. The Trojan Horse. Now the city of Troy was so strong that an army of Greeks had tried to capture It for ten years and always failed. The Trojans believed their safety lay In a huge statue of the goddess Minerva, fallen from heaven, which stood in their city. "While this statue stood they believed But one night two Greeks disguised themselves.. stole Into Troy and carried off Minerva to camp. "Nothing happened, but the Trojans something had. When the Greeks saw new plans." "To fight?" the kiddies asked. "Not exactly," said daddy. "They side, and left it outside the city gate, a present, to make up for the Minerva .they stole. Then the Greeks broke c...

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. — 22 September 1915

THE CLI M AX-MADISONIAN, WEDNESDAY, SFPT. 22, 1915 A Story of TheJBalkans By DONALD CHAMBERUN Shortly after the assassination of the Austrian royalties In Servla that brought on the big European war I was talking with my friend Hardegan about It and noticed that he was tinder considerable emotion. "If the subject is disagreeable to yon, Ned," I said, "let ns change it," He made no reply for a few mo ments, then lowering his voice said: "You know that my wife was born and brought up In one of the Balkan states." "I know that you have been very secretive about your wife's past," I re plied, "There is a reason for my Becretlve ii ess. The people of the Balkan states hare lived in a constant state of op pression by the Turks and of late years In dread of being absorbed by one or another of European sovereigns. My wife bad spent her childhood in fa miliarity with the barbarous acts of the Turks and when she became a wo man saw her country in process of passing Into an empire lying to the...

Publication Title: Climax-Madisonian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Climax-Madisonian. — 22 September 1915

THE CLIMAX-MADISONIAN, WEDNESDAY, SEPT 22, 1915 rr i - : : ' " DEMOCRATIC TICKET. For Governor A. O. Stanley For Lieut. Governor J. D. Black For Sec. of State Barksdale Hamlett For Auditor R. L. Greene For Treasurer Sherman Goodpastor For C. C. of Appeals R. W. Keenon For Supt. Public In. V. O. Gilbert For Com. of Agri. M. S. Cohen For R. R. Commissioner 3rd District Howard Stamper For State Senator N. B. Turpin. For Representative John F. White For Circuit Judge 25th District W. R. Shackelford For Commonwealth Attorney B. A. Crutcher For Circuit Clerk Jaa. W. Wagers City Election. 1st Ward W. W. Broaddus and W. L. Leeds 2nd Ward' D. W. Kennedy and Robt. Golden 3rd Ward William O'Neal and Joe T. Arnold CANDIDATES' CARDS INVARIABLY IN ADVANCE For State and District Offices 915 00 For County Offices 10 00 For City and County Dist. Offices. 5 00 We are authorized to announce that I be following persons are Democratic candidates for the offices under which their names appear, to be vote...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Climax-Madisonian. — 22 September 1915

8 THE CLIMAX-MADISONIAN, WEDNESDAY, SEPT. 22, 1915 Forest Protection In Kentucky Mucti Progress Made In This Work In Last Few Years A ITHOUGH a bill was passed 1 A by the General Assembly In X" March, 1912, and approved by the governor providing for a state board of forestry and the appointment of a state forester, it was not until the 1st of September, 1912, that the work was actually put on foot, since at this time a state for ester was appointed and took up the duties of his office. It was very clear In the beginning of the work that for est protection was the feature which should receive the greatest emphasis, especially protection from forest fires, which have been and are the greatest agency for the destruction of the tim ber in the entire state; consequently a fire plan was outlined by the state board of forestry and has since been followed out. The fire plan was made more feasible by the co-operation pos- siDie witn tne leaerai government unj der the Weeks law, whereby $4,(X...

Publication Title: Climax-Madisonian, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Climax-Madisonian. — 29 September 1915

8 Pages Today 0 THE WEATHER Cooler We Stand for the Purity of Hornet the Supremacy of Law and the Relief of a Tax-burdened People. Old Vol. 41 New Vol. 2 RICHMOND, MADISON COUNTY, KENTUCKY, WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 29, 1915 Number 39 OUR CIRCULATION IN RICHMOND AND MADISON COUNTY IS EQUAL TO THE COMBINED CIRCULATION OF ALL OTHER COUNTY PAPERS J ALL THE NEWS -AT The Climax Madisonian By Mail (weekly) FOR FOUR MONTHS 5 cts This offer is open to NEW subscribers only, and is made with the view of inducing those who have not been readers of this paper to "get acquainted" with us. Limited To New Families Do It Today RUPTURE EXPERT HERE. Seeley, Who Fitted Czar of Russia Called to Richmond. F. H. Seeley, of Chicago and Phila delphia, the Doted truss expert, will be at the Glyndon Hotel and will remain in Richmond Friday only, October 1st. Mr. Seeley says: "The Spermatic Shield as . now used and approved by the United States Government will not only retain any case of rupture perfectly, affordi...

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