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Hail --Sees Tobacco Fire lm"Kt Tornado INSURANCE AGENCY Over Stockton's Drug Store Telephone 707 See Sign in Window OWEN McKEE See Sign in Window The Richmond Climax. Published I very Wedaewlar THECLIMAX PRINTING CO (Incorporated.) A. 0. Miller, Pre W. G. Wfcite, Sec I Iree. n r V HUC 1 Editors II. D. Gordon Member ( KENTUCKY PRESS ASSOCIATION aa EIGHTH DISTRICT PUBLISHERS LEAGUE. PRICE $1.00 A TEAR IN ADVANCE JUNE 17, 1914 PERSONALS. Mrs. I). E. Flora is visiting relatives in Lexington. Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Mann, spent Fri day in Cincinnati. Miss Charlie Elmore, of Lancaster, is the guest of Miss Sue Chenault. Mrs. B. G. Nunnley and children are visiting relatives in Sit. Sterling. Miss Hester Covington is at home from Lexington for the summer. Mr. James Elmore, of Lancaster, was a visitor in lticbmond last week. I). Ehret Flora left Monday for a ten dtys slay at French Lick springs. Mrs. Jas. Hicks and daughter Miss Nellie were in Lexington, Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. T. M. Wells, of Frank fort, spent Sunday with friends here. Miss Geneva Ilucker, of Paint Lick is the guest of Mr. and Mrs. C. D. Miller. Misses Hazel and Leah Asbell enter tained a few friends'at dinner Sunday. Mrs. L. J. Frazee, of Lexington is a guest in the family of Major and Mrs. Kice. Mr. Stockton Hume of Louisville, is the guest of friends and relatives in Richmond, Mrs. Coleman Warford, of Lawrence burg, is visiting her mother. Mrs. Jas Uicks. Miss Willie Traynor is visiting her brother, Mr. Waller Traynor, and wife in Lexington. Miss Katie Davis, of Lexington, spent the week end with Miss Minnie Ziitle, of Waco. Mr. and Mrs. B. J. Clay left last week for Ann Arbor Mich , where they will spend the summer. Miss Elalh Buchanon leaves thiS week for an extended visit to Miss Frances Head at LaGrange. Mr. Hugh Cassidy is with his parents at Madison Institute after spending the past year in Texas, Messrs. Edwin Cobb and Harry Hang er are at home from University of Mis souri for the summer. Miss Anne Cohen has returned from a delightful visit to Miss Elizabeth Lvne ntxr Nicholasvilie. Mr. Wilko Scanlon left last week to spend the summer with his grandpar ents in West Virginia. Miss K. V. Schmidt visited relatives an 1 friends in Lexington and Winchester several days last week. Prof. D. W. Bridget left last week to spand his summer vacation with rela tives in Western Kentucky. Mr. D II. Breck has returned from a visit to Maysville, leaving his wife and children there with her parents. Miss Sue Scrivner has returned from Winchester 'where she has a position as teacher in the public schools. Miss Manelte and Virginia Peytou, of Newby spent the past week with Mrs. II. B. Southern in Lexington. Miss Sophia Wilson, of lied House, left Monday for a visit to Mr. and Mrs. W. P. Whipp, at Liberty, Ky. Prof, and Mrs. I. II. Booth e spent Saturday and Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. W. Q. Park on Lexington pike. Munroe and Bum McKinnty are Lome from a visit to their cousins, Zittle and Clyde Lowry at Huntington, W. Va. Mrs. T. B. Sale. Mr. Edwin Powell and Miss Elath Buchanon motored to Danville last week for several days. Mr. Boen Zaring, of New York, spent ounuav wun nis molner here. .miss .Margaretta Smith is visiting f: .. ... inenas in Lancaster this week. Mr. cnas. Anderson was the week end guest of friends in Lexington. wiss Jennie Howard of Paris, is the guest or Mr. and Mrs Wm. Howard. miss I'atridge of the Normal, spent uie wees end with Louisville friends, Ihe Nullo Ciub met with Mrs. L. B Llerrington Tuesday afternoon of this week. Mrs. E. W. is visiting Mrs. ter Ave. Rugg, of Cincinnati Robt. Miller on Lancas Miss Marian Mitchell, of Nichplasville is the guest of Miss Mary Kalherine Jasper. Miss Laura Manly, of May slick, was the guest of her sister at the Normal last week. Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Bull and children, ofGreeville, Miss., are the guests of Mrs. Wm. Crowe on Oak St. Clarence Todd has gone to Hazard to oversee the contract recently secured there by Todd & Son. Miss Dorothy Kellogg, of Cincinnati, is the guest of her brother, Mr. M. C Kellogg and family, on the Summit. Mr. II. Neale Thompson, left Sunday for Detroit, where he has accepted a position for the summer. Miss Norma Giunchigliani, has re turned from the Cincinnati College of Music, where she spent the winter. Mrs. S. J. Hall who has been visiting her daughter, Mrs. E. B. Barnes, left for her home, Hamilton, Ontario, Monday. Mr. Pat Brown, with the Zaring o rain dc Aiming Co , visited his family at Shelby ville, Saturday and Sunday. Miss Emma Tuttle visited her aunt Mrs. Kate Shepherd, at Richmond the past week Kimbell cor. Estill Tribune. Mrs. Myrtle Tharp visited her cousin Mrs. ranme Garrett at Richmond the fhst of the week. Winston cor. Estill Tribune. Miss Nell Jordan, of Augusta, will spend the summer months with Miss Mollie Fife and take the summer course at the Normal. Prof, and Mrs. J. II. noskinson left last week .'or Chicago where they will take a course in the University during the summer. Mrs. Dunlop Bianton has returned home after spending several weeka with her parents, Mr and Mrs. James Elmore at Lancaster. Mr. and Mrs. S. R. Davis of Camp- oeiisvuie, returned nome today after a two weeks visit to relatives and friends in this county. Mr. Robt. Pearson, a prominent young railroad man oi Ivnill county, was the guest Sunday of Miss Maude Baker at her home at Brasfield. Gov. McCreary has appointed Mrs. T. J Smith, wife of Slate Banking Com missioner Smith a member of the State Library Commission. Mrs. Maude Garrett, of Valley View is at nome alter two weeks spent at a local infirmary where she underwent an ope at ion for appendicitis. Miss Minnie Zittle, of Waco, has re turned after spending several months with her sister. Mrs. T. C. Lowry of Huntington.'W. Va. Mrs. Carl Grant and daughter, and Mrs, J. A. Harris of Missouri, formerly Miss Moot e of Irvine, are the guests of Richmond friends and relatives. Miss Jane Rognrs, of Indiana, Miss Bessie Benton, of Winchester, and Miss Jane Rice, of this county, are the guests of Mr. and Mrs. George Phelps near White Hall. Miss Belle Hieronimus and Miss Ophelia Kincaid, of St Helens, Ky., were the guests last week of Mrs. R E. Turley for the Commencement exercises at the Normal. Mrs. H. C. Uice entertained the 'Aid Society of the Second Christian Church, Thursday evening. Church and social work were discussed and delightful re freshments served. Mrs. I. II Boot he who has been spending some lime in Chicago with friends and relatives returned home last week in time for the commencement ex ercises at the Normal. Dr. J. T. Scrivnr, of Station Camp, was in Richmond Friday on business. Mr. Joel Moore of DeLand. Florida, is the guest in the family of Mr. Simeon Turpin. Miss Marie Quillen, of Heidelburg, attended the commencement at the Eastern Normal last week. Two Redpath Chautauqua men were here last week advertising our Chautau qua andputting the wheels in motion for a big attendance and a big lime generally, July 5 to 11. Miss Maud Vaughn left Richmond last week for a visit to Mt. Sterling. Before her denariure she cave a party to her Sunday School class, and together ihey attended the Alhambra theatre. Messrs. Burton Roberts and James Stapp returned last week from a trip to French Lick Springs, Indiana. Itiey made the trip in an automobile and re port a most enjoyable time. Mr. Geo. C. Rheinhart. of Redpath Chautauqua called on us Saturday. He was here to see that the machinery was in motion and working smoothly for our big Chautauqua week of July 5. Mr. Hush Darsravel was in Lexington Sunday to see his wife who was taken to Eastern State Hospital in that city a month ago. She is rapidly recovering but her physician thinks it best that she remain there under treatment fpr sev eral more weeks. .Mr. It. N. Swisher, for several years with the undertaking department ol Oldhatr & Lackey now in business on his own account at Nhitesburg. was a pleasant caller at our office last week. i .... He was on his way to Louisville to at tend the State convention of undertak ers. Miss Nannie Ballard has returned from a stay of several weeks at Dr PoDe's hosnital in Louisville. We regret to sav she did not derive the benefit from the treatment there that she anti cipated. While i n Louisville she bought a handsome five passenger Max well automobile. Mr. Lodell Deiarnett who was taken ten days ago to Dr. Kelley's hospital Baltimore is still there under treatment. His brother Georsre. who is with him encouragement but taken all in all the He tries to give family here cannot feel greatly encour- aged. He is trying the Radium treat ment. J. M. Green, of J. M. Green & Son, dealers in pianos and other musical in struments has returned from Atlanta, Ga.. where he spent several days look inff after business iaterests in that thriving southern city. Having closed out his business in this city it is possible Mr. Green may co there to en gage in business. Mrs Chas. Green intertained at 5 o'clock dinner on List Thursday in hon orof Mrs. Frank Campbell, of Virginia and Miss McCreary, of Indianapolis be sides the Ernests of honor were Mrs Spaulding, of Lebanon, Ky , Mrs. Leggs, of Chicairo. Mrs. T. A. Campbell. Miss Mattie Elder. Miss Lula Campbell, Mr. Harris Park. Wm. O'neil and U. B. Farris. Miss Elizabeth ShacKelford entertain' ed delightfully at dancing on Tuesday evening in honor of the members of her charming house party. Un haturaay afternoon a swimmins parly was also given in honor of the visitors, quite a number eoing to Clay's Ferry in au toes and after spending several hours in the water a delmetful lunch was en joyed. Mr. Ivan McDougle is at home from Clark College, Worchester, Mass , where he has been ihe past session taking a special course. He will remain at his home this summer and return to Clark College in September. His father, Prof E. C. McDougle also is taking a special course at Clark College has received his degree Doctor of Philosphy, and will be home in a few days. Mrs. George Johnson was in Rich mond this week to attend the com mencement exercises of State Normal College, of which her daughter., is one of the graduates Miss Anna Gordon and Miss Mary Gray, two bright Mercer county girls who are members of the large graduating class at State Normal College, Richmond will return home, to morrow. Harrodsburff Herald. We are still waiting for vou at the QUICK ACTION SALE. 2t President Crabbe's Reception One of the most charming events of Commencement week at Eastern Normal School was the President's annual re ceplion and promenade concert, given on the campus Tuesday evening. The colors of the senior class, green and white, readily lent themselves to an ar tistic decorative scheme. The circular lawn enclosed by the driveway from Lancaster avenue was surrounded with rustic chairs, where the guests were served from a charming table hung with feathery smokelree blossoms, surround ed by a tall and graceful basket of Dor othy Perkins' roses, and lighted with tapers , From here the facade of Ruric Nevel Roark Hal', where the guests were received, was particularly effec tive, with its massive Ionic columns flanked deep with palms, evergreens, snowball blossoms and foliage. : Iced drinks were served from a dainty little booth covered wiih dense wisterias, and the orehestra was screened from view by a hedge of green boughs. The 'entire scene was graceful and effective in the extreme. There were many guests from the city and county, and the host and hostess especially appreciated the pres ence of an unusually large number of parents of graduates who were bere for Commencement week to witness the conferring of diplomas upon their re spective sons orxlaughtere. Don't forget JNO. R. GIBSON'S sale. Card of Thanks. We take this means of expressing our sincere gratitude- to our friends and to all who were so kind to us during the long illness of our son who died a week ago. Such kindness will ever be to us a sweet remembrance. Mr. and Mrs. W. N Wheeler. ' Some of the speeches made in Con gress are sound, while some are "mere sound." An Invitation. The First Christian Science Society of Richmond, Ky., cordially invites you and your friends to attend a free lecture on Christian Science by Mr. William' P. McKenzie, member of the , Christian Science 'Board of Lectureship of the First Church of ChrisU-Scienlist in Boston, Mass. -The lecture will he' givs en at the Court House, Richmond, Tues day evening, June 23, at 8 o'clock. It We are stffl wailing for you at the QUICK ACTION SALE. 2t More Truth Than Poetry. - A Classic going the rounds of the press is as touows. A nen stooa on the. garden lot, whence all.but her had fled, and didnt leave a planted spot in the earlyonion bed; with vim she worned both feet. and legs, and the gardener says he bets she was trying to find the kinds' of eggs on wLich the onion sets." Most people pay full price. Why not Dav less at tne VJ viin. Awuun SALE? . ... 2t New Automobile Law. The automobile law enacted -by the last Legislature became effective yesterday, June lGth. Motor vehicles of all kinds are included. We publish for the benefit of our readers in this issue of the Climax a synopsis of it. We have not looked carefully into the provisions of the law and are not prepared to ex press an opinion as to whether or not it is a good law. Certain we are that Borne legislation is needed. Few drivers of automobiles pay any attention to speed limit and have come to think in many cases that they own the pikes, or surely have the right of way and a perfect right to run over your dog, your cow or anything else that comes in their way. Richmond has been particularly fortu nate in few or. in fact, practically no serious accidents, so the law is perhaps not as much needed 'here as in iriany other places, yet it may save life and prevent trouble in other ways if owners of automobiles and 'chauffeurs will fa miliarize themselves with the law and carefully observe it. One can scarcely pick up a daily paper without being confronted with a head line "Killed in an Automobile Acci dent." A careful adherence to the law and a strict enforcement of it will at least serve to improve conditions.' The law forbids the driving of any ve hide at a speed greater than is "reason able and proper." The following are limits placed as "reasonable and prop er," any greater being prftna facia eyi dence of unreasonable and improper speed. In closely built-up sections of in corporated cities, ten miles an hour; in residence districts, 15 miles an hour highways outside of the business, and resid ence sections, 20 nviles an hour. On a curve, corner or crossing,' where, the operator's view is obstructed, eight miles ai hour is the limit. A driver must come to a full step in passing a frightened horse or hear a street car taking on or discharging its passengers. Any city may, however, pass traffic laws that place the speed limit lower than the statute. The framers of the law were generous in providing fines and equally unselfish in finding acts which cau be punished Some of the law infractions and their penalties are: Fine of $10 for fictitious -chauffeur' badge. . . . - Fine of $15 for employer of unlicensed chauffeur. , Fine of $13 for unlicensed chauffeur Fine of $15 to 150 for intoxicated opc rator of motor vehicle. , Fines of $10 to $100 for. use of ficti lious automobile license. Fine of $15 to $100 for a person under lb who drives a car without parent or guardian. ' j Cancellation of vehicle license for owner who fails to report discharge of chauffeur on accocnt of drunkenness. Two to five years in the penitentiary for taking machine. without consent of owner. foneiiure oi cnauneur s license on conviction of drunkenness. : r ine oi ciu to $M lor vioiauan of an; section not specifically enumerated This may be augmented by 5 to 30 days in jail. . t The new license prices are as. follows For vehicle and 25 horse po wer or less. m; between 25 and 50, $ll and above 50 horse power, $20. - A motorcycle regis tration fee is $5. - . , The examination for .chauffeur's to establish their right to license are tp be held as. follows: .- .Louisville, first Monday in December; Lexington, first Monday in February; Maysville, first Monday lu April;. Bowl ing Green, first Monday in July;- Padu cah, first Monday in September; Coving ton, first Monday in May.- - - Until then the Commissioner of Motor vehicles at Frankfort -will , have the right to issue licenses., . , ; . Don t you worrjl Let us worry for you al the QUICK ACTION SALEI Hot Weather Tonic and Health Builder, v Are you run down Nervous Tired! s everything you do an efTorlT You are not lazy you are sick I Your Stomach Li ver, Kidneys, "and whole system needs a Tonic. A Tonic and Health Builder to drive out the waste matter build you up and renew your strength. Noth ing better than Electric Bitters. Start today. Mrs. James .Duncan, . Haynes ville, Me., writes: "Completely cured me after several doctors rave ma un." 50c and $1.00, at your Druggist. ijuuaicu s Arnica oaive ior uuts.. . jun So long! Good-byel I'll fte'e you a?the QUICK ACTION SALE!' 2t Joe S. Bore '- H. deB. Forbes BOGGS '& FORBES CIVIL ENGINEERS & SURVEYORS ARCHITECTURAL DESIGNERS . Office Bennett Bid RICHMOND. KY Ait rlaaara nf Kniriaeerinflr and Surveying'. Plans, specification and superintendence of any character of work furnished. Your work solicited Coughs And Colds Weaken The 5ystem. - Continued Coughs. Colds and Bron chial troubles are depressing and weaken the system. Loss of weight and appetite generally follow. Get a 50c bottle of Dr. King s New Discovery today, it wm siop your cough. The first dose helps. The best, medicine for Stubborn ooughs, Colds and all Throat "and Lung Troubles. Mr. P. II. Brown, Muscatine, Ala., writes: 'My wife was sick during the hot sum mer months and I honestly believe Dr. King's New Discovery saved her life." Good for children. 50c and $1.00, at your druggist. jun Humorous Scraps. Into each life some rain must fall," but don't get it into your head that every itlle shower is a cloud bursU There is nothing made by,turniflg cor-. ners too sharply. Pay your taxes, but see to H that -the money is wisely and economically ex pended. You owe this "much (o the community, v ' - "; Emerson said: "Hitch your wagon to a star;" that's all right, but keep your horses on the earth, where they are more easily managed. "Did you read about that Coahuila af fair?" "What is it, a Mexican battle or some thing Roosevelt has shot?". Any mother can tell you that her boy learns to swear from the Other Children in the neighborhood. - Peck "I'm surprised that you should lose your self-control. Maria. That's something you never aaw me do." 'Mrs. Peck 'You lost control of your self the day I married you. Now hold your tongue." . Another reason 'why you should not let the grass grow under your feet is that it is bad for the grass. The best friend that a high-minded man can have is himself; but it is the most exacting friendship in the world College Widow "You displayed some marvelous curves this afternoon.". .- Pitcher Yaleyard (who had observed her standing between the diamond and the sun) "And so did you!" ' Some men are born" of poor but honest parents. Did you ever hear of one born of poor but dishonest parents? -. . , -.'Colorado women up in arms," says a headline. Whose arms? .. . We are waiting patiently to see wheth er the Chicago policewomen are going to make arrests with clubs or with hat pins! In Texas the other day a Mr. Pride defeated a Mr. Fall for sheriff. Thus was scripture fulfilled "pride goethbe fore a fall!" ' Profit by our loss at the QUICK AC TION SALEI ' ' 2t PREMIER 'Non-Puncture" AUTO TIRES Guaranteed 7500 Miles ' . Service These tires bear the greatest known mileage guarantee, yet are sold at price even less than tires of ordinaiy guarantee. This gdabahtkk covers pckctcbes, blow outs and - general wear. Guarantee covers 7,500 miles service against everything except abuse These tires, are intended for most severe service. . .' Orders kav keem reeeireal far tkca Tirea lor im tk Uaited SlitH Gt- nal Serrie. " As a SPECIAL INTRODUCTORY offer, we will allow the following prices for the next ten days. . TIRES TUBES ' Tim Tubs .$2.00 . J 2.30 . 2.80 300 .320 325 , 3.30 3,40 3.60 3.80 - 3 90 515 -5.40 . . 283 30x3 .30x3 1-2 32x3 1-2 "34x3 1-2 31x4 32x4 33x4 . 34x4 35x4 1-2 30x41-2 " 37x41-2 37x5 9.20 10 25 13.50. . 14.05 . i5.25 17 00 18.00 19.50 v 20.40 21.00 . 22.00; 27 50 32-00 All other sizes, cent extra. Five .ix on sk ids zu per per cent discount if payment in full accompaies the order, and if two or more are ordered, shipping charges will be paid by.iis. .0. a D. on ta per cent or amount of order. Our output is limited, so wb suggest early ordering. We sell direct only; giving purchaser the advantage of all middle men's profits. NON-PUNCTURE. RELINERS Use our famous reliners, they elimi nate .blow-outs and 90 per cent of punc tures, besides ' giving many thousand mpre ntfles service to each lire. When in .yourtires you ride without worry or tire troubles. ; " : For all 3-inch tires I .- . - $195 For all 3 12 inch tires - 1' t2.20 For all 4 inch tires - - - - 12.60 For all 4 i-2 inch tires S2, 75 For all 5-inch lirea - . . For oil 5 1-2 inch tires - - - $3.00 Non - Puncture Tire , factory azt ; . DAYTON,. OHIO J! How noser Are you particular to have a comfortable fit ting and durable, yet THIN and COOL pair hose. We have them in the INTERWOVEN HEEL and TOE. All colors and weights, SILK and LISLE. The comfort of your hase is as essential as the comfort of your shoe. In addition to comfortable hosiery, we can - TTTTknrTTTTinn rrn it i i supply your neeas in u is urjti w rjDit. i ne weainer is no: and you will want suitable underwear for the season. We have the UNION in short and long lengths, also the TWO PIECE SUITS m long and stockee with the kinds of that please all PEOPLES. RICE & The One London "Tango Evelyn Thaw" Necklace ' Bracelet These two beautiful pieces of popular jewelery are the craze among society women in New York and the largest cities. They are neat and elegant gold finished articles that will gladden the heart of every girl or woman, no matter how young or o'd. Very stylish and attractive. I ' Ocb Fbek Offer. We are advertising Spearmint Chewing Gum and desire to place a big box of this fine, healthful gum into every home. It sweetens the breath whitens the teeth and aids di gestion. It is refreshing and pleasing to all. To every one sending us but 50c and 10c to cover shipping costs, we will ship a big box of 20 regular 5c packages of the Spearmint Gum and include the elegant "Tango Necklace and "Ev elyn Thaw" Bracelet absolutely free. This 'offer is for a short time only. Not more than 2 orders to one party. Dealers not allowed to accept this. UNITED SALES COMPANY, Dayton, Ohio. (12t) P. O. Box 101 Don't forget JNO. R. GIBSON'S sale. AUrO MOBILE TIRES AT FACTORY PRICES SAVE FROM 30 TO 60 PER CENT Tire - Tube . 28x3 t 7.20 tl.65 . " 30x3 - 7.80 - 1.95 30x3 1-2 ' 10.80 - 2.80 - 32x3 1 2 11.90 2.95 34x3 1-2 12.40 3,00 ' 324 13.70 3 35 33x4 14.80 3.50 34x4 16.80 . a60 30x4 . 17.85 - 3.90 35x4 1-2 19.75 4.85 36x4 1-2 19 75. 4 90 37x4 1-2 21.50 5.10 37x5 24.90 5 90 All other sizes in stock. Non-Skid tires 15 per ct. additional, red tubes ten per cent above gray." All sew, clean, fresh. 'guaranteed tires, best stand ard and independent makes. 5 per cent discount if payment accompanies each order.. Sent C. O. D. on 10 per cent de posit, allowing examination. Tire Factories Sales Co., 12t Dept. A DAYTON. OHIO. W VBlci" IIt RhKmttora, Hon Hn- f lia. iickch0, UelMh and II puna. YournionrT bark if it fiila tn r. fric SO. A. All ZtrttarrUU. Maol aad oiraalar ami as BOURBON REUEnY COMPANY 841 East Mahi St.. UstaoWjCf.i Ek We called your attention to this space last week and said there would be some thing doing and we are going to make a heap big fuss Read Our Other Ad. In This Paper . ..... and also look for our additional advertise ments : . s. s - THE CoivMain & Second About Your short lengths. Our shop is Haberdashery and furnishings Come to us for your next ARNOLD Price House GOOD F0S THE FflS AND EYLS ONLY WEAK, 151 FLA 31 ED, STRAI.MD, TIRED, 1ICKT, POISONED OR DISEASED ETES sur urvly made tro. lar( kB, ltcAllliy mm bright by Um gently rwratlv pro. prtle f EAULE EYE SALVE. One 25c tab work wonder. . E. C. WINES & COMPANY Why Don't You. A farmer who was carrying an exprti package from a city mail order hou. was accosted by a local merchant:" Wl, ; didn't you buy that bill of goods fri m me? I could have saved you the expre and besides you would have been rv tronizing a home store, which helps pay the taxes and build up this locality. ' With characteristic frankness the farm er asked: "Why don't you patron ? your home paper and advertise? I re t 1 it and didn't know you had the good I have here, nor do I ever see your narr.i in the paper inviting one to come ;o your store." Big Loss, in 1913 Last year the manufactur ers were unable to supply our demand for Electric Fans If you were one ot the many disappointed among; our customers, place your order at once for the sea son J9I4 We also sell Mazda Lamps' at an aston ishingly low figure Ky. Utilities Co. Incorporated ROYAL -, RICHMOND, KY VT' f5Sr- EAGLE eye SALVE TANIF.ER" ... -.