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3 Te Showing of Hands when covered with our beautiful 5ilk Gloves becomes a matter of proper pride. Lvery lady who makes any pretense to style will have at least two pair of these Fine Summer Gloves elegant, cool and comfortable. They are by no means expensive. Fancy stitched and strongly made throughout. Come in and try on a pair. They w ill tempt you McKEE'S The Richmond Climax. PaUiUrJ I very Im-v4v ami Irium AfterMM TflECLIMAX PRINTING CO (Incorporated.) A. I. Mrikr. hn . S. kHe, Sec I Trem. K. Walton !!. II. Gordon S lessees IVICK fl.00 PER YEAB IN ADVANCE JUNE 20. 1913 The Value of Vacation Tut atlvaiiiML'e of rest and change for 1 tie betterment and prolongation of life is not as generally appreciated as il t-iiouid be. Ilis true thai il is quite common for the rich and ell-to-do to take their annual vacations for the rec reation of travel, the reM of the rural re treat or the idleness of dissipation of fashionable resorts. It is also true that nowaday many of the toilers wiUt brain nnd sinew get a brief eriodicaI surcease I roiii their annual round of drudgery and thai countless thouaids of unre milting ..rk-r in the shops and in the homes long in vain for the rest which liever comes unl ii it is the final rest. :m a greater number of those who have acat ions or who only dream of them, have a poor conception of their real need an J the best means of making the tnost of the eriod of cessation from their every day work. Many who lake vacations do not get lit of them the rest they need, or the iMMielits that might have accrued. They have found pleasure and entertainment, but they have not found the rest and recreation that is adapted to their espec ial needs. In other words, they have had a temp rary change and some en joyment, but they have not had the rest that natu'e has demanded and thy re turn to their accuslomeJ labors with lit tle relish and .est for their work. Their chief need is rest, the rest thai repairs the human machinery thai lias been kin.itied so long that il has grown weary. Too many seek the pleasures which lire and pall, or the dissipation which un dermines, when they most need repose, i t lay aw hile upon the shelf, as il were. Mara Twain once said: "When an acre of ground lias produc ed long and well, we lei il lie fallow and rest for a season: we take no man clear across the continent in the coach that be started in the coach is stabled some where on the plains and as healed ma chinery allowed to cool fur a few days; w hen a razor has seen long service and refuses to hold an edge, the barber lays it away for a few weeks and the edge 1 "R EVOLVED THAT WEWlLL BE PLEASED To Have: You COMC IN AHD SEE. OUR GOOD values and our, Complete Jtock. AR .hstly PROUD. For, VVc CoT the goods TALK ABOUT A FINE STOCK OT GOODS; WHY WE ARE 3VST A3 PRolD A J WE CAN BE OF WHAT WE HAVE IN OUR. .STORE. WE WILL BE ABLE TO WAIT UPON YOU QUICKLY TO ANY THING YOU REQUIRE IN OUR LINE. WE WANT TO PLEA.SE YOU. WE WANT To 6IVE YoUTHE BEJT THERE Sf AND WE WANT YOU TO BE .SATISFIED WITH THE PRICE. WE ARE PRETTY JURE WE ARE IN A POSITION To .SEND YOU AWAY PLEAJED WITH EVERY PURCHASE YOU MAKE FROM VS. John R. Gibson & Co. Telephone 500 comes back of its own accord. We be tray thoughtful care upon inanimate ob jects, but none upon ourselves. What a robust nation, what a nation of think ers we might be if we would lay our selves upon the shelf occasionally and renew our edges." Think of this, you who are spending the best years of your life in drudgery and unceasing toil in order that you might lay up a competence for your children and children's children. It is a sin not to make some provision for the future, but is it not also wrong to ruin the body and soul in doing that which hurries you on to the grave? Uemem ber that life is short at best and that you are a lone time dead ! II. M. Bko k, of London, got as we predicted in our Tuesday's paper he would, his trouble for his pains. He sued Col. W. P. Walton, then editor and owner of the Frankfort Journal, for some 15,000 or $'.'0,000 for alleged libel. The suit had been hanging fire since, once resulting in a hung jury. It came up at London Tuesday and a good por tion of that day and Wednesday were taken up with the trial of il. It didn't lake the jury long to dispose of it, how ever, and a few moments after the case was given to it the members returned with a verdict of not guilty. Suits were instituted against several other Ken tucky papers, which compromised by paying Brock small amounts, but Col. Walton, whose motto is that of the la mented G rover C'lerrland, "Never Com promise wiih Dishonor," fought it and won out. Probably he would have saved money by paying Brock a few paltry dollars, but Col. Walton is not built that way, and now he no doubt feels belter than those who gave up their hard earn ed money for a pretense. It is folly to sue a newspaper; that is, if the person aggrieved wants justice. There is not a newspaper man in Kentucky who will not cheerfully set aright any and all who even think they have been injured by his publication. They are more than willing to give greater publicity to the correction than to the report, as lias time and again been proven. So if you feel injured by anything you see in a well managed paper don't rush to some cheap lawyer and o.der him to bring suit for damages, but go to the editor and give him a true stalus of your case and if you'rejnot given a hearing and fair ly treated, then sue him and tight the case to the bitter end. But for the sake of decency, give the newspaper a chance to right its wrong first. Mr, but ain't this a come down? Au gustus E. Willson, for four years Gov ernor of the proud Commonwealth of Kentucky, is, according to press reports, going to run for alderman of the city of Louisville. Lei us indulge the hope that 5 should he be elected, he will make t better official in that capacity tban be did as Kentucky's chief executive. PkpBaps those candidates who Lave not signed the agreement to eschew the use of booze and boodle in the primary just before us are giving themselves a try-out to see if they will be able to live up to the requirements of the obliga tion. And we might add -that as the candidates have until tomorrow to de cide on the step they will take the pub lic might rest easy and not tear its netb er garments until it sees what is done in the premises. Dos't put your name to that obliga tion, Mr. Candidate, unless it is your purpose to live up to it. For Heaven's sake don't add hypocrisy to your many other sins. However if you are willing to abide by its provisions and think it will redound to the betterment of the party of parties, sign the obligation and do it like Jack whipped the dog. Tub Louisville Times' political wise acre thinks that Bob Hunter, of Nichol asville, is certain to be made collector of-this district. We are still banking on the office coming to Madison, allho' we hear from many sources that Mr, Hunter's chances are growing brighter daily. If it is not hot enough for you, just keep it to yourself. The rest of us are parching and and are not in the humor to stand any foolishness. Go well went well and all was well. In other words Gowell won the Lalonia Derby. Time 2:33 1-4. PERSONAL Mr. Elmer Deiss is week. a visitor here this Mrs. It. E. Million is with Louisville friends. Mrs. C 8. Hollon in liouisville. is visiting relatives Mrs. Calvin Taylor is visiting in Cin cinnati. Mrs T. J. Smith, of Frankfort, is vis iting relatives here. Mrs. Will Moynahan lias gone to Lex ington to consult a specialist. Miss Mary Wagers will go to Irvine to spend some time with frieads. Miss Marianne Collins left today for a visit with friends in Indiana. ' Mrs. Davis and son, of Campbells ville, are visiting Mrs. S. D. Parrish. Mrs. Kelloejr entertained with two tables of bridge Thursday afternoon. Mr. Robert Turley spent Wednesday and Thursday in Louisville on business. Dr. J. G. Crabbe, of Eastern Normal, made a business trip to Lexington Wed nesday. Miss Jean Buchanan, ol Louisville, is the attractive guest of Miss Bessie Mil ler. Miss Stafford, of California, is here to spend the summer with Mrs. Jake Shearer. Mrs. Harry Scrivner will spend some time with friends al Wisemanlown, Es till county. Mr. and Mrs. B. B. Million are in Cin cinnati visiting friends and attending L-iionia races. Mr. It. E. Turley motored to Lexing ton Thursday to bring Mr. J. A. Sullivan home today. Miss Nell Coons, of Fayette county, is in Richmond to attend the summer term at the Nermal School. Mrs. James Smith was called to Louis ville Thursday by the serious illness of her daughter, Mrs. Vanwinkle. Mr. and Mrs. William Smith will go to Atlanta Saturday to visit their sons, Lewis and Frank Smith. Mrs. Laura Shackelford Blanton, of Richmond, has been visiting Danville relatives Danville Messenger. - Charles Mason has returned from Richmond where he went to attend the dance. Danville Advocate. Miss Jennie Rankin, of Lancaster, will come up next week to be with Miss Frrnkie James during Chautauqua. Marion Knight and Richard Knight, of Dallas, Texas, are visiting Mrs. W. W. Watts on Lancaster avenue. Manager J. Hunter Matthews, of the Richmond telephone exchange, was in Corbin and Irvine this week. - Mr. John Mason returns to C licasro the first of next week after spending several weeks with his parents here. Miss Elizabeth Karr has returned from Beattyvillo. where she has been visiting Mr. and Mrs. Douglas Parrish Mr. George W. Hutchison orders his Climax sent to (Quicksand, Breathitt county, to which place he and his family have removed. Mis Sallie Burdette returned Satur day from Richmond, where she has been for several months in school In terior Journal. Mrs. L. M. Land, of Lexington, and Miss Mary Mart n. of St. Joseph, Mo., have been the guests of Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Land. Miss Bessie Miller gave a "candle light tea" Tuesday evening in honor of her popular guest, Miss Jean Buchanan, of Louisville. Miss Lyles Cooper, who has been with her cousin. Miss Lucy Lee Walton, for the past ten days, returned to her home in Stanford Wednesday. Mrs. Harvey Chenault and Mrs. L. B. Harrington went lo Lexington Thursday to be present at a luncheon given by Mrs. Newton Combs. . Miss Elizabeth Rallitfe, of Sharpes burg, and Niss Mattie Butler, of Millers burg, are the attractive guests of Miss Mary Barrett Smith. Messrs. Joe Prewiit Chenault? Wm. Wallace, Overton Harber. R. E. Million and Paul Burnam are camping at Ford for several days. Miss Marshall, of Louisville, and Miss Dabriey, of Cincinnati, have returned to their homes after spending a week with Miss Jamie Caperlon. The ladies of the C. W. B M. of the Christian church gave a garden party at lue nome or airs b. li. Barnes Thurs day evening from eight to ten. . Mr. McAllister, Miss Lucy Chenauli, Mrs. Fra.ie and Miss Hellie Frazie, motored over from Lexington Wednes day and spent the day with friends. Miss Elizabeth Miller will return to morrow from a delightful three-weeks isit lo Indianapolis friends. Her father went to Louisville today to meet her. Dr. W. Cf. White was called to Chicago last night by a telegram staling tbat his brother, Mr. Henry-White, was in a critical condition. He left on the first train. Mr. Ben F. Hurst went to Pineville last night lo see further about that big contract he has on lha magnifi cent new hotel which is being erected there. Miss Bessie Miller and her guest, Miss Jean Buchanan, of, Louisville, will go to Winchester on the 5:07 train this after noon to hear Miss Hobson sing in con cert tonight. Mrs. B. L.'Middelton was hoslessat two delightful morning parties this week. The first was given Wednesday morning a iu wcoou, a grana opera party, Thursday morning. C:3 fe:y mo. Absolutely Pure Tho only baking powder mada from Royal Crape Cream of Tartar K3 ALUM,K3 LIME FK3SFHATE James Douglas, son of Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Douglas, was operated on for ap pendicitis at the Gibson Infirmary this week and Is, we are glad to state, getting along nicely. Messrs. Z. T. Rice, R. J. McKee and Mike Enright went to St. Mary's this week to attend the commencement ex ercises at that institution. Each has a daughter in college there. Messrs. Will Severranee and Hays Foster, two prominent business men of Stanford, were here between trains Wed nesday and paid the Climax office a call. They were enroute to Cincinnati. Mrs. Waller Bennett, Mrs. Leslie Evans, Mrs. D. M Chenault and Miss Lucia Burnam attended ths reception of Mrs. R. U. Stoner at Mt. Sterling, Thursday, motoring over that afternoon. Mrs. J. H. McCord has as her guests Misses Nannie Haden Deatherage, of Richmond, and Rachel Parrish, of Red House. Wednesday they spent the day with Mrs. T. J. Million, at JNewby. Mr. and Mrs. L. B. WeisSnburg and Miss Bessie Miller and ber friend. Miss Jean Buchanan, of Louisville, mortored to Winchester a few evenings since and attended a linen shower given Miss Clay Croxton. Mrs. Lola Frazier. of Estill, and Mrs. E. G. Grinstead, of Carrol I ton, are at the bedside of their father, Mr. Theo. Wil son, of Moberly. His condition is very critical and it is feared that he will not recover. Miss Elizabeth Blanton left today for Ashland to attend a house parly and spend some two weeks with friends and relatives. That she will have a good time is the wish of the many friends of one of Richmond's most popular girls. "Rich," the Danville Advocate's Washington City correspondent, says that Chief Allman, of Richmond, had a great lime al the National Meeting of Police Chiefs there, and that he paid his respects lo Senator James and other distinguished personages. Mr. Currey Robinson, of Lancaster, passed through Richmond Monday en route to Washington to accept a posi tion in the Census office. Mr. Robinson has many friends here who are glad to hear be has been so fortunate in secur ing a gevernment position. Mr. J. W. Thornburg, of Brownsburg, Ind., is here on a visit to bis brother-in- law, Mr. Jeff Stone, and other relatives and friends. He left this county some IS years ago and has since resided in Hoosierdom, where we are glad to state he is making good. Mr. and Mrs. P. F. Stillings and Clay Embry, of Clark ston. Wash., and Mr. Powhaltan W. liaggaid, of Bates coun ty. Mo., are guests of Mr. and Mrs. P. B Broaddus. They and a number of other relatives of Mr. and Mrs. Broad dus spent Tuesday in an outing at Viney Fork, near Speedwell. Mr. R. It. Burnam. of this city, was one of the active pall bearers at the bur ial of Mr. William Yeoman, a prominent citizen and Knights Templar of Ver sailles, who died in St. Joseph's Hospi tal, Lexington, Tuesday night. Mr. Yeoman was a Past Grand Commander of Kentucky Knights Templar, having served as Crand Commander in 1912. Miss Mary Barrett Smith entertained a number of her friends Tuesday after noon with a swimming party. The party was given at the home of her sister, Mrs. Public I will offer for sale publicly on the premises on Saturday, July 12, '13, At 11 o'clock A. M The Old Evans Home Place, located on North Street, Richmond, Ky., the home of the late Dr. U. W. Evans. This place is one of the largest and handsomest residences in lh's city, and is a typical old Southern Home. It contains 19 rooms, 2 bath rooms, stables, barns, chicken houses, etc., and all necessary outbuildings. The situation of this house is in the best residence part of our city, its rooms are large and commodious, and the grounds ample and beautiful. The place contains 7.69 acres, and embraces pasture, gardens.. and lands facing on North and Laurel Streets, that are capable of subdivisions and sale. It will be sold first in THREE TRACTS, and then as a whole, the way bringing the most money to be accepted. For a further description of the tracts, see plat on exhibition at the State Bank & Trust Oo. and the Register office. For any further information apply to L. P. Evans or T. II. Pickets. TER3IS made known on day of sale. Any one desiring to in spect the property, may do so at any time. L. P. EVANS, Agent for the Heirs of Nannie Cheaaall Evans. Loxg Tom Chenault, Auct. r We Slaughtering All Millinery Goods and are receiving the newest and most up to date things in Ladies' Summer Ready-to-wear Garments in the poular fabrics- B. E. Belue & Co. Main an4 Collins Streets Georga Phelps, in honor of herguests. Misses Rallitfe and Butler. The guests assembled early in the afternoon and after the swim dancing was enjoyed for several hours and a delicious buffet lunch was served. One of the features of the afternoon was the christening of the new boat "Humpy." which was christened in honor of Robert R. Bur nam, Jr., the address being made by Wm. Wallace. For Benefit of Pattie A. Clay Infirmary. Remember that the fountain at H. L. Perry's drug store will be run tomorrow for the benefit of Pattie A. Clay Infirm ary and that many pretty girls will take the place of Hart Perry and his assist ants as mixers. hat a time it will be for the young people. Be in the push and get a cooling drink. ' NEWS NOTES Garrett Davis, aged C2, -is dead in Jes samine county. Miss Seigel'Ford, .of Ford ville, was drowned while bathing near Bowling Green. George Smith fell from his barn in Lexington and died from the injuries he received. Ageneral strike of miners in the New River coal field in West Virginia will be called next week. The Indian Appropriation Bill of $11, 000,000 for the fiscal year beginning Ju ly 1st was passed by the Senate. Mr. A. B. McKinney, one of Lincoln county's best men, is dead at Huston ville, aged 83. His widow, who is very old, is very ill. A presidential boom in the interest o. Senator Ollie M. James was started a a barbecue held at Marion, the Sena t ir's home. Six leaders of London suffragettes and one of their male sympathizers were senienced lo from 9 to 21 months in prison for destroying property. Mayor Woodward, of Atlanta, signed the Ashley segregation ordinance de signed to bar Negroes from residing in sections of the city where whites object to their presence. Deputy sheriffs are guarding the grave of E. O. Painier, late fertilizer manufacturer of Jacksonville, Fla., be cause of information that ghouls have planned to steal the body. In a high school commencement ad dress at Washington, Vice President Marshall made a plea for "the old com mon school" and culiu al education as against an overabundance of technical instruction. The Supreme Court of Georgia declar ed invalid the ordinance of Atlanta that forced common carriers to furnish to the police names of persons to whom whisky was delivered. Dr. Lillian South, of Bowling Green, Ky., was elected vice president of the Amercian Medical Association at Min neapolis, and Atlantio City was chosen the meeting place of the next conven tion. A "joker" that would have defeated the ''free sugar" clause of the Under wood Tariff Bill and taxed all sugar at 2 cents a pound, was discovered by the Senate Finance Committee and correct ed by an amendment. President Wilson, despite reports of opposition lo immediate currency re form, will go ahead with the announced progam He yesterday began writing his currency reform message to be sent to Congress June 23 to 24. N The first step toward the sweeping reorganization of the Customs Service, which goes into effect July 1, was taken yesterday when Secretary McAdoo sent detailed instructions lo collectors and officersof customs ihrougout the country. The charges that the recently an nounced gift of Andrew Carnegie to Vanderbilt University at Nashville is "not a donation, but a shrewd attempt V Are Richmond, Ky Dependable Rubber Goods Can Always Be Found at This Store Just as every other department of this store is complete in itself, so is our Rub ber Goods Department complete. We hae on hand always those things for which there is a sudden and urfrent demand and you cau call upon us at. any time and get exactly what you want. Rubber Goods selling here is on the same basis as everj thing else moderate price for high quality. For example: No. 40 "Wearever" Hot Water Bottle A No. 2 size seamless water bottle that is guaranteed by the maker an J by us. One piece construction, no seams or joints to open and teak. Easily and quickly filled without danger of scald- C 1 Kl ingvthe hands Only 4 '''' For the Bath "WLARLVLR" Rubber 5ponges Nothing so refreshing ns a rub down wi; h a rubber sponire. We have them nil sizes and of "Wearever" quality. These rubber spones are correctly, shaped. Will give lasting service without crumbliiiif . A size for every 1 n CO hand at 'w lu V" Richmond Drug Company ri,,.i i 10 to gain control of a part of the universi ty property," was made al Atlanta by Bishop W, A. Candler, of the Metho dist Episaopal Church, South. Chief Justice White yesterday an nounced that the United States Su preme Court had granted Samuel Gom pers, John Mitchell and Frank Morri son, labor leaders, an appeal from the contempt, of court decision of the Dis trict of Columbia Supreme Court. Il is stated that Senator James has indorsed Charlton A. Thompson of Cov ington, to succeed Maurice Galvin as Collector, and that Mr. Thompson's name has been presented to the Treas ury department. Announcements. FOR CITY COUNCILMAN M. M. Du'kerson A Good Thing to Remember is that - MISS EVA ROBERTS carries a full line of Embroidery Materials and special attention is paid to Stamping Patterns new and attractive Prices reasonable INTtRURBAN SCHEDULE BETWEEN LEXINGTON and XICHOLASVILLE LKAVE LEXINGTON a. m 6:40 LEAVE KICHOLASVILLR a."m 6:00 " 7:15 " 8:30 " 9.45 " 11:00 p. m. 12:15 " 1:30 " -v. 2:45 - " 4:00 " 5:15 " 6:40 " 8:30 . " 10:23 " 7:55 " :I0 " ll:25 " 11:40 p. m 12:55 " 2:1" ' " 3:25 " 4AO " :00 " 7:20 " 9:10 " 11:00 f u -Ml N Ml. 1 Wt! CONNECTIONS AT NICUOLASVILLE TJT'ASD MOM RICHMOND Car Lv. Lexington 10:25 a. m., connects with the L. & A. for Richmond at 11:11 a. m. Car Ly. Lexington 4:40 p. m , connects - with the L. & A. for Richmond at 5:42 p. in. Car Lv. Nicholaaville at 8:30 . m., con nects with the L. 4 A. from Rich mood 8:22 a. m. Car Lv. Nicholasville al 2:45 p. m., con nects with the L. A. A. from Rich mood 2:3d p. m. Complete Line of RUBBER SUNDRIES Moderately Priced Bath Caps A perfect covering for the hair J 50e Finger Cots Protection for sore or cut linger, any size 5 to 10c Douche Syringes Curved M1"' pipe with shield and tip. ..$1J0 Bulb Medicine Droppers Liq'iid does not come iu contact with rubber bulb 15c Toilet Brashes Fine teelh, ex cellent for face massage each.. 50c "KANTCHOKL" NIPPLLS Can't pull oir: baby gets a firm hold and milk Hows constantly. Fits any size bottle. Each 5e No. 75 Gmwr" Hot Water Bottle With Combination Syringe Attachment A two in one combination that enables you to have a reliable hot waier bottle and lo transform il into a perfect working Fountain Syringe e;is.l and quickly No. T5 Wearever bottle is seamTess in construction. No. 3 n.e maroon color, guaranteed full capacity and one of our finest and most handsome water bottles. Attachments consist of full length lubin, ma room color; and assortment of three hard rubber, rapid flow pipes and a quick acting shut off. To use as m Syringe, fill the water bottle :n the usual way and screw the metal combination attachment in the top of the water bottle where the' stopper fits. A handy combination fur Lome use. Complete outfit $S95 &ErS The Sheriffs Race Clearly Illustrated by H. H. Colyer Primary August 2, 1913 The Point of View. 'I'm glad I have no yoiini June bride," Thought bachelor Smith with lee; "For look how my friend Jones is tied. While lam loose and free." 'Poor old Jim Smith went by to-day," Said Jones to his young wife, 'To live in his lone b ichelor w ty Must be an awful life." L. & N. Time Table South Bound. 31. Cincinnati to Atlanta. Arrives Departs 12:10 a. m. Mid-night. 71. Richmond 4o Stanford. De parts U: 15 a. m. 1. Louisville to BeaUyville Arrives 12:10 p. m. Departs 12:15 37. Cincinnati to Knoxville. Ar rives 11:20 a.m. Departs 12:12 p. m 33. Cincinnati to Jacksonville. Arrives and Departs 11:31 a. m. 27. Richmond to .Louisville via Rowland. Departs 1:00 p. m. No. No. No. No. No. No. . 'J,;:; -'I'll' mm TrHii ma p 1 K IK n m J 1 v . 1 ha I No. 24 "Wearever" Fountain Syringe Seamless, one piece construct ion and will not harden, crack or letk. No. '.' size. Large rubber tub ing and rapid How p .pes V 1 and connections r Folly Guaranteed "FAULTLESS" Rubber Cement A convenient outfit for mendin? any thing made of rubber. Tube of ce ment and sheet of rubber for patch ing with full directions for use in cluded in each out lit - Handy Size, 1 5c Main Street " - n ft No. 3. Louisville to Realty ville Arrives 6:45 p. m. Departs i:."!5 p m No. 9. Cincinnati A Maysville to M:i.i ford. Arrives 7:27 p. m. Drir:-, 7:32 p. m. North Round No. 34. Atlanta to Cincinnati. Arrives and Departs 4.11 a. m. No. 10. Stanford to Cincinnati ami Maysville. Arrives 6.05 a. in Departs 6:10 a. m. No. 2. Iteatty ville to Louisville Arrives 7: 15 a. m. Departs 7:20 a m No. 2S. Louisville to Richmond n. Rowland. Arrives 12:05 p. m. No. 38. Knoxville to Cincinnati. Ar rives 1:35 p. m. Departs 2:00 p. 111. No. 70. Stanford to Richmond. Arne 2:30 p. m. No. 4. Beattyville to Louisville Arrives l:35p. m. Departs 1:40 g No. 32. Jacksonville to Cincinnati. Ar rives and Departs 5:07 p. m. No's 2. 3. 31. 37, 33, 27. 34, 2H, 3H. 32 are Daily trains. No's 71, 1, 9, 10, :o daily Except Sunday. Wi 1 1 ... v . .. ', v c622 ' t r ?t n 1 r ; I Imu'US Cowl! 4-22 Your comfort is provided for in those stylish, trim looking RaLtons you'll find in our store. Select the style which pleases your fancy, be it broad or narrow toe, and we are positive that when you try them on you'll say, I never knew before that new shoes could be so com fortable, and the reason is, they're made on fout wtoulded lasts an cxclu- sive Ralston feature. May we show you ? E. V. Elder "s.