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when covered with our beautiful Silk Gloves becomes a matter of proper pride. Every lady w ho 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, hey will tempt you McKEES The Richmond Climax. Pablib4 lrv tmndrr mm frMar Altar mm IHECLIMAX PRINTING CO (Incorporated.) A. B. Mter. Pre . G. Wkfcc. Sec TreM. 1. It. Gordon t Fl'ICE 11.00 PER YEAB IK ADVANCE AIA.IST 5. 1913 Nlaki-y every year al crop moving time, especially if 1 lie crops are large, iln-re is a stringency in money matter, amounting ainios' to the making of ln.j.riiy a burden. It is said that a lew of ti.e jrn-al banks accumulated money in ordt-r to troupe the farmers at i lie opportune moment Hut lliey wont be able to do so tins year, for the coun iry ha a Secrwary of the Treasury who i.i's il.inLr. He lias accordingly an nounced mat he will deposit from $25, icio.ikhi to tOJ, ",( H in the banks of the Wcsl and Sou h for the purpose of facili ty! inir the movement of the cops. For this money collateral ct ivernment bonds. State and municip4l bonds and prime short-term commercial paper will l.e accepted. The banks are lo pay 2 per cent, lnienst. Iocal banks can now jret mom y d. reel from the I'nited Mates Treasury and not be dependent the New York banks. Former sec retaries have in emergencies deposited V. S. funds with New York banks. Mr. McAtloo will send I hem lo the sections tlnii need the money and not give the New York banks a greater leverage to rob the farmer. Mr. McAdoo is to be commended and the country conrratu lated that he is in charge of the Treas ury. Fok years the Kvpress Companies sue cesslully foir hi the adoption of a par (-Is (lost law, because it had the sinews t,f war and powe'ful friends in the Uni-ti-d Slates Senate.but the popular de mand finally wou. It was John Wana rtihker w ho said that there were just lour reasons why the parcels post hung t re so lon the Adams, the Southern, Veils-Ftro and the Overland. The law has cut into the the revenues of the F.x press companies very heavily and now comes the Interstate Commerce Com mission, with an order reducing their rules approximately 10 per cent., or a total of titi.iMi.cuo'a year. Little pity, however, ill be felt for the extortion ate concerns. For many years they fat tened otr the people's necessities, but their day is done. Your Uncle Samuel now transports articles up to eleven )uunds at but a fraction of former ex press charges. Truly it is an ill wind that blows nobody good. The President has very naturally ac RESOLVEP THAT it d0e5ny matter, how hot 1ue weather, mavbe1 we are there with The Valves, for, WE Keep Cool WHEN WE BUY THE GOOD 600DS TOR. OUR PATRps. YEJ, YEJ, OF COURSE REMEMBER, WHAT TIME YOU JEE .WE ARE NOT UJ: WE WILL RECEIVE AND WILL GIVE YOU EVERY ATTENTION AND TH.E BEJT or WELCOMED. IT'S HOT ALL RIGHT; THAT MAY EFFECT THE PRICE OF ICE, BUT OUR GOOD, HONEJT GOODJ WERE MARKED AT AN HoNEJT, FAIR PRICE IN THE FIRT PLACE. WE ARE KEEPING COOL, BECAUSE WE'VE GoT THlNGJ RIGHT, BEJT GOOD-S. FOR THE FAIREJT PRICE. . John R. Gibson & Co. Telephone 500 of Hands cepted Ambassador Henry Lane Wilson's resignation, In fact if be bad not ten dered it, the President would undoubt ed have fired him. His action in the re cent revolution in Mexico was so much in variance with the President's views that no other course was open. Mr. Wilson has made a very bad mess of it in Mexico and ought to have been re called long ago. It has been definitely decided that mis country will not inter vene in Mexico as a peaceful solution of the situation is in stent. It is said that President Wilson's intention has been not to recognize the Huerta government. tiov. John Lind, of Minnesota, has been appointed in w ilson stead. Hon. Jons N. Camden, the wealthy Woodford county farmer, will have a farmers barbecue at his magnihcent home two miles from Versailles, August 20. t-very farmer and his wire are in vited and in addition to supplying the inner man, mental pabulum will be fur nished by a number of experts, who will tell how farming can be reduced to a science instead of a haphazard business. Mr. Camden is one of the most progress ive citizens and it is believed that great good will come of his effort The first general primary under the new law seems to have passed in a sat isfactory manner. In a number if coun ties the Democrats, Republicans and 1'rogressives nominated tickets, while in some, notably Fayette, the Democrats alone presented candidates. The Re publicans and Progressives there will try to get together and nominate a fus ion ticket by convention. All over the Slate the Democrats turned out in great er numbers than the other two parties, In answer to a question by a lady who wants to know why he writes so much silly stuff, the Lexington Uerald s in comparable paragrapher says it is be cause he is a lunatic and gets "little pay, A man who can dash off as much enter taining and humorous matter every day as Grehan does ought to gel as much salary as Secretary Bryan says he can't live on. Negro Boy Held. Vernou Embry, the paralytic negro boy who last Thursday blew out his father's brains with a gun, was this morning tried before Judge Shackelford who placed him under bond of $1,000. Mr. Hanger's Bte Contract Mr. U. li. Hanger, who is at home for the first time since February, took his mother, Mrs. M. M. Hanger to Win chester yesterday to take the C. & O. for btaunton, a., her hotre. Mrs. Hanger is 82 years of age, but still re tains most of her faculties. She likes to come to Kentucky but there is no place on earth like Staunton to her. Mr. Hanger is nearly completing a nine million dollar contract for the city of New York, including two tun nels of 15 ieet diametor, live miles in length to bring its new water supply from the mountains. It is one of the biggest undertakings, embracing a tun nel under the Hudson river and other remarkable achievements. IT'S HOT, BUT THEN OP THE YEAR IT I-S. LETTING IT DISTURB YoU WITH PoLITENEJJ, v,.. i ! i i t t k ' " t - -, X -. I'. ;.; Judge W. R. Shackelford, who received the handsome en dorsement for County Judge by 911 votes The Democratic Ticket The Democratic ticket nominated by the people at Saturday's primary is a strong one and a sure winner, ll would have been hard to have nominated a stronger one. Had the Climax had its choice there might have been a change or two, but it had only a voice in the important matter and instead of kick ing on the personnel of the ticket, it feels to congratulate the party on its excellent work. The primary is the on ly satisfactory method of naming can didates, for then every voter, however humble, has a voice in selecting those who shall be the standard bearers, and having taken part in selecting the can didates, he feels an interest in them and wants to see them elected and is willing to work to that end. We congratulate the gentlemen who have won p'aces on the strong ticket, for in defeating the high-class men they did, they have proven not only their popularity as citi zens, but the estimate put upon them by the Democrats of Madison county on their fitness for the olHces they will fill. We also felicitate the candidates, the vanquished and the victors, on their splendid deportment through the hot test campaign Madison has had in years. The best of humor was displayed thro' out and if there are "sore spots" on any of those who "also ran," we haven't heard about it. We reiterate that a splendid ticket has been named and that it will sweep everything before it in the November election. The Repub licans and Progressives tried to bolster up courage by naming parts of tickets, but these parties will not make it even interesting to the gentlemen whose names will appear on the ticket the em blem of which is the gamest of ame cocks. The Madison County Ticket The result in Madison county is as follows: (Unofficial.) For Representative. Green Clay re ceived 711 voles; A. D. Miller, 1,10; J. F. White, 1,2X1 White's plurality, 107. For County Judge, W. II. Shackelford, 2,059; H. C. Rice, 1,148; Shackelford's plurality 911. For County Attornev. R. F. Crooke; 1.103; 8. A. D.Jones, ltt3; O. P Jackson 1,017; T. H. Collins, Go2; CrooKe's plu rality 110. County Clerk. L. B. House, 1,150; J. B. Walker, 489; It B. Terrell, 1,518; Terrell's plurality 308. For Sheriff. E. Deatherage, 793: X. B. Jones, 593: U. U. Colyer, 013; V. B. Ben ton. 848; J. S. Collins, 452; Benton s plurality 55. ForJai!er. C. Rayburn. 211; G. W. Dearenger, 324: A. J. Willoughbv. 152; M. Taylor, 1.319: R. A. Barlow. 89; Joe Wagers, 1,120; Taylor's plurality 199. For Assessor, A. Jenkins, 209; P. S. Whitlock. 1,040; W. F. Jarman, 217; G. Noland, 1,070; Whitlock's plurality 570. Superintendent II. II. Brock, 1,254; W. T. Brock. 617 B. F. Edwards, 1,177; H. H. Brock's plurality 77. Democrats were nominated for Magis trates as follows: No. 1. J. C. Chenault; No. 2, Weareu Kennedy: No. 3, Dr. W. Williams; No. 4, Jacob Uackett; No. 5, Chas. D. Jones; No. 0, -no candidate; No. 7, Joseph Long; No. 6, John A. Long. THE CITY TICKET: In the city races Sam Rice received 80 votes forjudge, J. D. Dykes 421 and W. L. Leeds C5; Dykes' plurality 182. Murray Smith received 284 votes for City Attorney and D. M. Chenault 389; Chenault's majority 105. Chief of Police, Jesse Dykes. 210, Da vid Powers, 484; Powers majority, 214. For Councilnien, No. 1, S. A. Deather age and T. S. Todd were elected, with 338 and 340 voles respectively; C. A. Taylor received 317 votes. In No. 2, Robert Golden got 2G5 votes and T. T. Covington 304 and were elect ed. George Myers' vote was 230. In No. 3, W. T. Vaughn got 375 votes and Emil Lorisch 352 and were elected. E. H. By bee got 290 votes. After Horses. Messrs. Fletcher Mann, T. E. Henton. S. T. Harbison and S. T. Riley, Lexing ton horsemen, were here yesterday to buy horses, but failed to hud any to suit them. Best Picture Program Ever Shown iOc BIG DOUBLE BILL IOC Opera House The Stupendous. Spectacle of Terrifying Vividness Faithfully Portrayed with all Historical Accuracy Quo Vadis ("Whither Goest Thou?") A perfect presentation of the essential Dramatic, Historical Biblical and Spec- J 1 TT . f At -mr j r lacuiar vavues 01 mis Masterpiece in THREE REELS From the Crucifixion of Christ Death of Nero Weather To Be Cooler. The weather bureau promises cooler weather for the next week, for which relief much thanks. Good Rains Here. Madison county is more favored with rains than the adjoining counties, some of which are suffering badly. In con sequence the crops generally looks well. Mr. J. W. Crooke, who keeps a guage, says that one and a half inches of rain fell Friday afternoon. Lightning Strikes Barn. During Friday afternoon's storm lightning struck a barn belonging to Mr. C M. Embry, who lives on the Irvine pike, totally distroying it and Its con tents of corn and hay. Loss 91,200, no insurance. We are looking for new business. CaH 110. Richmond Coal & Supply Co. 88 2t Mr. Owsley Very III Hon. John S. Owsley, who married Miss Malihda Miller in this county 52 years ago, is at the point of death at h s home in Lexington, of complications re sulting from heart disease. His wife was a daughter of Col. Thomas W. Miller and she has a great many relatives and friends in Madison county. Picnic at Paint Lick. Old Paint Lick and Kirksville Presby terian churches will give a picnio at Paint Lick on the parsonage grounds where U. L. Wallace resides on Satur day, August 0. All are cordially invit ed. There will be a ball game at the same time on the school grounds by some of the neighboring teams. We have a full line of Cow Peas, pure German Millet, Sorghum Seed, Etc. Covington Thorpe Co. 57-tf. Struck by Lightning. During a heavy electric storm Friday, the Fire Department was called out. Ligthning struck'the residence of Mrs. Robt. Miller, on Lancaster avenue, stunning several residents of the vicini ty. The damage done will amount to about $250. The lire laddies had had a rest of over two months in early sum mer, but recently they have been called out rather frequently. Gov. McCreary to Deliver Address. Gov. James B. McCreary has accepted an invitation to give a short talk at the Masonic Centennial Celebration, to be held in Richmond, August 20th. Gov. McCreary is a member of the Rich mond Lodge, and he says it will give him great pleasure to come back to this centennial celebration and meet his brothers and friends on that day. Police Court. Much excitement was created in New by's pool room Saturday afternoon by Jim Alverson and Stephen White en gaging in a row over politics. The lat ter used billiard balls as weapons, the former a pistol, but fortunately he was a poor shot and his missies went shy of the mark. Chief James AUman placed them both under arrest. At their trials before Judge Greenleaf yesterday Alver son was given a fine of 125 and 10 days in jail, while White was acquitted. Mack White and Preston Cundiffe were fined tlO each for fighting. Roily Harrison and Bud Swain were bound over to keep the peace in the sum of $500 each. Young Man Commits Suicide. Sunday morning about 11 o'clock, a young man named Elzy Cain, aged 29, son of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Cain, com mitted suicide by shooting himself in the temple. The body was found in Moberley'e woods, not far from the L. & N. railroad crossing. A family quar rel is said to have been the cause of the rash deed. Mr. Cain, who was a fire man on the L. & X., had been off duly for several weeks, and is said to have been drinking heavily. He told his peo ple that he would kill himself, but they paid no attention to the threat, think ing that it was "whisky talking." This makes two suicides that have been committed on the Moberly farm in the last few months, a negro having drowned himself in a pond on it this spring. ' To the County Court Day. A vory large crowd was here Court Day. Seven lo eight hundred cattle changed hands at 5 1 2 to 8c, and 400 sheep al 3 to 4 l-2c. Very few horses and other stock were offered. Our line of Groceries are the best you cab buy. All new and fresh. Phone 72 & 144. Covington Thorpe Co. 57-tf. County Court Proceedings. In the County Court yesterday the will of Silas Alexander was probated. W. J Gooch is executor, with bond of $2,000. James Jennings was appointed overseer of Koad Xo. 14, Jas. Long of 48, Charles Brand enberg of 05, Ed Saunders of 3 and Dillard Adams of 176. D. C. Cobb qualified as administrator of Z. G. Cobb, with E. P. Mullins secur ity in the sum of $3,000. All kinds of Chicken Feeds and Grits. We handle Corno and Purina feeds. We make special prices in large quantities. D. a McKinney. ' 70-tf Welcome The Coming, Speed The Parting Guest! Thursday, at the close of business, Postmaster C. C. Wallace will surren der the office to Robert C Stockton, af ter 14 years' incumbency. Mr. Wallace, who has made a most capable, efficient and popular postmaster, went in on his birthday and retires on a birthday. He has given the most entire satisfaction and goes out with the good will of every patron of the office, who wUI wish him success in every future endeavor. Mr. Stockton is also a very popular and cap able man, a tried and true Democrat and his party friends are rejoicing that a turn has at last come in the lane. All the deputies are under civil service, and of course there will be no change except for cause. PERSONAL Mrs. Wm. Wagers, is visiting Irvine relatives. Born to the .wife of C. M. Estes, a fine baby girl. Mr. and Mrs. W. II. Sebastin spent Sunday in Lancaster, Tom Turpin was down from the mountains Saturday. Judge X. B. Turpin came down from Irvine to vote Saturday. Mr. Richard Cobb, of Boyle county, was a court day visitor. Mr. Durrett, of Louisville, is the guest of Mr. T. E. Baldwin, Jr. Mrs, William Wagers is visiting friends and relatives in Irvine. Dr. E. E. Hume, Jr., of Frankfort, is visiting bis uncle, Shelby Jelt. Mr. Hart Perry has returned home after a pleasant visit in Jackson. Mrs. Calvin Agee is at Pattie A. Clay Infirmary for a rest and "build-up." Mr. Clay Park, of Winchester, spent the week end with relatives here. Mr. Alfred Jones, of Mt. Sterling, is the guest of Mr. and Mrs. Will Parks. Mr. W. 1) Oldham and family motor ed to Crab Orchard and spent Sunday. Miss Orr, of Liberty, Mo., is the guest of her sister, Mrs. Hugh Gibson. Miss Effie Land, of Lexington, is the charming guest of Miss Elizabeth Tur ley. Mrs. John Allman has returned from a week's visit to relatives in Winches ter. Miss Elisabeth Moore, of Louisville, is the attractive guest of Miss Hattie Noland. Mr. Robert Walker, of Athol. Ky., spent Saturday and Sunday with home folks. Master Xelson Hurst is in Winches ter spending a few days with Mr. S. J. Lucus. Miss Elizabeth Hicks is visiting her grandmother, Mrs. S. E. McCollum at Lexington. Mrs. Maria Lynn and Miss Lynn Evans are spending several weeks at Estill Springs. Mrs. D. E. Flora and Miss Cary Rice left Saturday for a week's stay al Crab Orchard Springs. Mrs. Ellen Tevis, of Muskogee, Okla., is the guest of Mrs. James Burnside, on North street. Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Collier, of Cincin nati, are with Mr. C. M. Estes, at While's Station. Mr. and Mrs. A. B. Wagers, of Cin cinnati, are the guests of Mr. and Mrs. John F. Wagers. Mrs. Covington Jett and Miss Ethel Cornel ison left loday for a thres weeks visit in Indiana. Misses Hattie Lee and Rey Million visited Miss Elizabeth Wagers on Lan caster pike last week. Mr. T. M. Wells was over from Frankfort to cast his vote in the pri mary Saturday. Mr. Preston Smith, now located in Lexington, visited hit mother Mrs. J. W. Smith last week. Miss Margaret MoMurry, of Shelby, X. C. is the guest of Miss Margaret Covington this week. Mr. and Mrs. W. O. Mays and family have returned from a two weeks stay at Crab Orchard Springs. Miss Madge Hart lefl today for At lanta, Ga., where she will visit her sis ter, Mrs. W. H. White. Miss Etheleen Wilson, who is leach ing at Brookstown, spent the week end with Miss Mary Martin. Mrs. Joe Chenault and Miss Hester Covington left this morning for an ex tended trip in the East. Mrs. W. T. Hicks and children, of Lexington, are visiting Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Martin on Collins street. Mrs. R. R. Burnam and R. R. Bur nam, Jr., have returned from Michigan, where they spent several weeks. Miss Evelyn Giunohigliani has re turned from a delightful two weeks' stay with friends at Lexington. Mrs. J. W. Bales is expected home this week from Virginia where she has spent several weeks with relatives. Mrs Sallie Rayburn passed through here Friday en route to Lancaster after spending several months in Missouri. Mr. Spears Turley Is being welcomed Wed'y Night BRONCHO HEADLINED in Two Reels From the Shadow's One of Their Feature Pictures Such , as They Make A Thrilling Story of the West home after spending several weeks in the Bethesda Hospital, Cincinnati. Misses Marv Joseph. Gladys . and Louise McKee are visiting their grand parents in Lexington, 3. B. Sanders, manager of Carlsbad Springs at Dry Ridge, Ky., is here in the interest of the Springs. Mr. Emma Hubbard has returned from Martinsville where she was treated for rheumatism very much improved. Mr. Wolford Rose obtained license today lo marry Miss Georgie Webb. Both live in the Duluth neighborhood. Mr. and Mrs. Embry Deatherage, of Jackson; spent Sutidav with their par ents, Mr. and Mrs. 8, A. Deathe'age. Mr. Raymond Roark who has been teaching in Madison. Wis., is the guest of mother, Mrs. Roark al Sullivan Hall. Mr. Roscoe Acton, of Louisville, and Mr. J. P. Frather. of Lancaster, are guests of Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Sebastiu. Dr. IL N. Quisenberry, pastor of the First Baptist church, is spending the month of August at Battle Crsek, Mich. Charley Anderson, the polite younif druggist with H. L. I'erry, left this morning for a two weeks summer vaca tion. Mr. and Mrs. Thornton Jones and two children, of Covington? are isiting his brother, Mr. Sam Jones, and other relatives. Miss Anne Bennett Cohen returns this week from Virginia; where she has spent several delightful weeks with friends. Mr. and Mrs. Eubanks have moved from their home on Collins street to the home of Mrs. Jennie Cobb on the Barnes Mill pike.' Misses Elizabeth Turley and Margaret McMurry have relumed from a week end visit with Miss Frances Oney, of Lexington. Mr. T. E. Baldwin, Jr.. entertained a few friends wuh a picture show party la-t evening in honor of Mr. Durrett, of Louisville. - Mrs. Cinda Karr joined her son, Mr. Douglas Parrisli and wife in Lexington Wednesday, for a visit with Jude and Mrs. Gourley. The infant daughter of Mr. and Mrs W. A. Langford lias been very ill for the last week but we are glad to say is some better now. Mr. W. E. Baldwin, who has boen connected with Stanifer's Clothes Shop for some time has gone to Cincinnati to accept a position. Judge William Lewis, of London, who is holding court al Irvine, was here yesterday. He said the criminal docket is a very large one. Little Miss Susan Harris Greene, in fant daughter of Mr. and Mm. John Greene, of Kingston, has been seriously ill for the last week. Mr. C. L. Holmes, who has been on the road since the memory of man runs not the contrary, was here yesterday to see the tin and stove trade. Miss Evaline Batson has returned from Madison county, where she spent her vacation with her uncle, Mr. John II isle Winchester Sun. Mr. L. R. Blanton was over from Crab Orchard Springs Saturday to vote. He took back with him an extra corps of waiters for the crowded season. Judge Virgil Smith, one of the ablest lawyers at the Somerset bar. was here Saturday mingling with old friends. lie bad been attending court at Irvine. Miss Sue Chenault is visiting Miss Charley Elmore at Lancaster and was the guest of honor at a lovely party given by Miss blmore Monday evening. Mr. Charles Jelt left Monday night for Virginia to attend the wedding of his brother, Mr. Shelby Jett and Miss Larue, the wedding to lake place today. Messrs. W. G. Berry and G. M. Berry, of Lexington, the popular drummers. formerly of this city, were here yesterday talking respectively shoes and dry goods. Mrs. Vardy Taylor entertained with a spend-the day last Friday at her home at Waco and quite a number of ladies went out from here to enjoy Mrs. Tay lor's hospitality. M iss Elizabeth Blanton is visiting friends at Paris. She will return the latter part of the week. Miss Blanton is receiving marked attention from the social life of Paris. Mrs. S. D. Parrish and Mrs. T. J. Million who are visiting Mrs. T. W. Davis, or Campbellsville, will be en tertained ten days at "The Lorain Min eral Well" in Taylor county. Mr. E. C. Walton, who has gone on a business to Florida, got to Paris too late to get to Lexington in time to take tha Q. & C. and had to double back on the L. & N.f much to his discomfiture Misses Lulu and Mamie Campbell, of mis city, and Aitss Udda Campbell, of London, W. Va., are visiting in Lexing ton.. From there they go to Danville, Jnnction City, Somerset and Crab Or chard Springs. Miss Frances Oney, of Lexington, was hostess of a lea on Saturday afternoon in honor of her house guests. Misses Burnette. of Florida, Margaret McMur ry, of North Carolina, and Elizabeth Turley, of Richmond. Mr. Rolley N'ichol, of Middletown, Ohio, Mrs. Lucy Austin, of Seymore, Ind , and Richard Randolph, of Louis ville, were the guests the past ten days of Mr. S. S. Combs, left for their re spective homes today. Misses Taft Riley, Darnaby Henton and Florence Edwards, all of Versailles. Elizabeth Warfteld, of Clarksville, lenn., and Elizabeth Jenkins, of Louis ville, are expected this week to attend a house party with Miss Russell Stouffer. Gov. James B. McCreary, Banking commissioner T. i. Sminth and Guard J. W. Kennedy come over from Frank' fort to vote. The Governor is in fine health and looks every inch a winner in the Senatorial race which he recently entered. Sir Knight R. R. Burnam, Cashier of the Madison National Bank, accom panied by his daughter. Miss Elizabeth, will leave for the Knight Templar Con clave at Denor Saturday. He will ac company the De Molav Commanderv from Louisville, as he is the only Knight logo irom tne Richmond Commandery. Opera House Wednesday. The big double bill including two fea tures, "Quo Vadis" in three reels, and a Broncho headliner "From the Shadows" in two reels, a. thrilling imr nt tha West. This will be feature night and special music, will De rendered by the opera house orchestra. Wa cuaranma this id be the best picture program we nave ever oeen aoie to secure. Kentucky Carlsbad Springs. Where rheumatism itnmtih L-it nA liver and bladder troubles meet their Waterloo. Situated 50 miles north of Lexington, on the Q. & C. railroad. All yuu navB io uo is lo anna tne water and take the baths. If we fail to give the de- sirea results aner stay ingiudays of either or these diseases we will pay railroad faro both wavs. Our Springs i a vrt nloro to spend your vacaiion.even if you are not sick you have tbe opportunity to drink the finest mineral water on earth. We sell this water to parties who can't leave home and guarantee the same results for stomach, liver, kidney and bladder trou bles. We will refund your money if you fail to get results Write for booklet. Kkntcckt Cablsbad Co. Inc.,' Dry Ridge, Ky. To Whon it Mat Cohcers: I was a great Batterer from and kidney trouble, but after staying at me Kentucky Carlsbad springs for ten days I received great relief. It cer tainly is a great water and I recommend it to any on that is afflicted with tha same complaints. The hotel fare is first-class and treatment very good. Job Thcbman, 89 41 Richmond, Ky. Mrs. Good Cook:- You cannot, take "the "best, "bread and do the right, kind of cooking unless you have the latest model range. Just tell your husband to get you a NEW range, and that if he will you'll prepare for him dainty dishes dally. A NEW RANGE is one thing it is easy to per suade a hungry man to buy. Come, see cur ranges and let us explain them to you. Our terms are easy, a dollar or two a week will cz. W. P. HIGGINS Furniture, Carpets Stoves and Ranges Opposite Hotel Glyndon Richmond, Ky Pictures Framed to Order We Have Just a Large Shipment of Ladies Dresses in the latest fashion. Please call and take advantage of the very close price we have put on them B. E. Belue & Co. Main and Collins Streets Millersburg Military Institute - The Millersburg Military Institute is located in the heart of the l;iu .r-.-i of Kentucky. Boys in attendance from a dozen States. I'.uildiiu" and r. i are beautiful and modernly equipped in every way. ISoysare given ii.iilv; : .. tention and very careful instruction. Graduates admitted by certi!u-:ite ;.: leges that admit on certificate. TERMS: $310 FOR BOARD. TUITION AND GENERAL LAUNDRY Write to the principal for illustrated catalog and full infornnti ,: OPENS SEPTEMBER II Col. C. M. Best, Principal, Millersburg, Bourbon countv, K 89 12 t Wanted, 100 Acres of Land. I desire to rent 100 acres of land for farming purposes. No improvements wanted. Land must be close to town and in good state of cultivation. Will rent for a term of five years. Apply at once to Sam Hurst, phone 408, Rich mond, Ky. 81 tf Sale Still On Big Reductions on Everything. Now is time to buy Shoes, Hats,. Etc at almost your own price John E. Sexton Stomach Out of Order? Belching Gas And Sour Food? Want to Relieve It? Trying to think what upset your stomach or what it was you ate that c.iuseJ tha trouble? Listen! If your stomach is giving you trouble, if sour, gassy anJ upset, and what you just ate has fermented into stubborn lumps, your head diy and aches, belch gases, heartburn, breath foul, tongue coated then take a PEPSINAID Tablet and in a few minutes the trouble will disappear. It's need less to have a bad stomach a PEPSINAID Tablet taken occasionally keeps this delicate organ regulated try it, and eat your favorite food with relish and with out fear. Hilll Cnrea IndlocsUoa. Dyspepsia, Soar Stomach. Gas. Hcartbara Other Disorders Arlstaa from a Faulty DIaesUve System PRICE 50 CENTS ' ANY DRUG STORE Why not have i a GOOD range mm Richmond, Ky Hair Goods, I make your combine into sw relit braids, transformations ami i ili-r ! . goods at a small price. I a'.v rer;:..,' hair goods, add hair to your oM i . and transformations. llniiiis c r and re-woven at moderate priiv '! Maud Mackey Walker, 207 W. ii i - Phone 3 1 j. Ue&idence i-'.