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Friday, May 13. 1921.
BIG SANDY NEWS PAGE seve::: SETTLING IN TERMS OF PRODUCT IS SOUND BASIS FOR FARM RENT ' - . r - t ' 0 !-r-., Tha Crop Ylald thwjl Bear a CI Jrapare by tha United Hutu Depan tnant of Arlcultir I Thomas Kaahraut greeted his land lord. John Acroowu.tr, In tha Kashrenf .jtctien. The visitor took the clialr proffered and tilled bis pl. ""riionma," mid ho, when their .re well alight, "I want to get yu jinking over an Mr that I picked up t, oilier day from a bulletin sent out " jr me by the ITuiled State Depart ment itf Agriculture. It' made up by the offlce of fanu management and Ha (object matter U of Interest to u both. The title la. The Farm l,eae " teatrnrt.1 . "Now," he continued, "I'd be a pret ty poor Judge of human nature If I didn't know that you're feeling a Ultle blue over that ensh-rent contract yon signed with me last fall. Tou realise that there are changed conditions, since we made nut that leaae, that will make It hard for you to pay raah and you're one of thus men whose word l a good a hi bond. Neither Of na knew when we algued that pa per that (rain and other farm prndui-o were going to lake the tumble they bar taken, bat It doean't alter the fact that our contract, a It tanda, 4 bard on you." Farmer Hard Hit. "Price certainly dropped." agreed lUahrent, with a regretful sigh. "They alnmped before I bad a rhsnco to haul -what I Intended to aell. AM things considered, I'd have boea better off If wt'd take tho farm on ahare Instead f on a cash baala." The landlord nodded anderaiandlng- 'Tm not bore to tell yo that I'll fwdneo your rent materially, nor am I going to offer to change tho present onntraet for a ceo tract on the ahare baala, but I'm going to proioo aome rjimg that hi tti0 ait 'Mag to It. I'm going to try to show" yon that I appro etah a good, honeot renaot. In naae grala la np again fan. you may be fru't to par bhe agreed ntah and UU tak a fair proflu Benldea. my own expenditure are more or leva flged and I aauat hare caah to meet them with, but Tm going to nee If I rau't help you to help me by meeting you boM-wajr. ' ''What do jyoa think of adding a etana to tb contract whereby you .will be given the option of paying me In term of baaheta of corn, oat a, or wheat? Thla rarmera' Bulletin I apoko of tell about almllar arrange- aaent which aonthern farm ownora and tenant hae put Into practtco. A- good bit of cotton land la rented wa a bail aucb that the tenant nay 'o many bale, or no many ponoda of cotton, for the uae of the land for a yoar. ' Tb amount of the rent I rloe ly related, or ahoold be. to tho yalue at tb produce which the tenant la abl to rata that' why farmer and landlord find difficulty In fixing the rant orory year. They're trying to put a Tain on a crop that tan't out of tb ground jot, you nee. If you agree to pay me ao many bmbela of grain Inatead of Bxad amount In dollar and cent. Til be taking my chance along with you and our good and had year will run along together. What do yon think of tho Idea?" - "I hellevo we can come to an agree ment, Mr. Acreowner one that will - be Jot to both of na. If the term are right you'll atand a chance of pot ting a little more than your original rent to comnenate for taking a ahare In tho rlak that T moat carry alone now. That's fair, How can we figure It ootr t "Let'a anppoae that It take JMK) bnahel of grln to pay the cah rent under average condition. Now aup poae we add 10 per cent to cover my rink of a farther drop In prl. We can bit an average by going over the record for a few year back and fig uring from thorn Juat bow many buah I had to be sold each year to bring In the amount of the rent In cash. Hera are some figure t worked out laat evening they ihow the average portion of the corn crop that was needed to1 pay tb caah rent ovor a 10 year period." He handed bla tenant a aheot or figure that lotted mnch like thla: r t ...... . Buahela . ' :':'' 0f con, it Pno at Caah took to Tear. which mnt par pay tho tat oora aor In caah rant .. old. . oorn. '. on an ' ' acre. tll 0 T Jl ' too 11 XU . ' : US . . .l im . Itll M V J.I nit , . .oo 10 ltiT I " : it is J-oe . 4.1 ui i.m , iw a WB ,. . T. ' M Avaraoa .... ..... . ..... : H ,"Well," observed Kashront after a pause," that put the buxlne In a new light, doesn't It? To rellovo me from the neceiMtty of making caah pay- !i..- t .1 C - - . .... J a Relation to th Rant Par Aore. ment you're willing to take the value In corn with an additional 10 per oent. to cover your lluhllltlea If the price goe away downT Ik that'.. It? Then I'd be renting the land from you for about 7 buahela of cam tor each acre? I'll take yon up If that' true. Why. look, man I It took nearly II boahcla to 4ay (he rent on an acre laat year by. your own flguron!" "I.s hnpa that wsta au exceptional year." ainlled Acreowner. "Anyway. I'll come out all rlutit In the long ran." Oataila to Oacid. They bud many question to decide hufore the matter waa finally aettled. They had to agree whether or not the entire rent wax to be nettled In term of com, or whether other crop xhould have Hhare. They derided tli mat ter of the quality of the com that Mr. Kantirent waa to bring hla landlord, and where It waa to be delivered. There waa a question a to whether or not a dat ahould be eatabllahttd on which the tenant muat declare bl op tion caab or corn and whether or nt the landlord ahould bavo a almllar choice. I'erhap they had to recast the whole leaao to agree to the Dew term of payment and without ref erence to the raah at all, but In the end they. bad a contract which gave jaatlce aad protection t both parties If crop price ahould prove o unstable a aomo men predict they will he. In xlclltttHi. Mr: Kaabrent baa a landlord whom no reapocta and Mr. Acreowner haa a tenant whom he can rely upon. l.andlorde and . tenant who And tbetnaelve facing a similar problem can get additional ' Information from tb office of farm management and farm erooonilco, United State Depart ment of Agriculture, to aid then) la making tb adjustment. . , ALMANAC IS PLENARY GUIDE TO FARM WORK Good Bit of Advice by Depart ment of Agriculture. Farmara Reminded to D Right Thin at Fropor Tim and Told Whor ' Information on Many Subject May ObUind. (fraparad by tha Onltad SUataa Dapart mcnt o( Aarlcultura.) "Beware of fa la prophet. Uou'i plant by the niooo; but get th beat red and prepare the eed bod, tliM. plant when anil and moisture coodl tions ar right" "Keeping farm ac count never worried . Adam ; but be waa only a gardener." "Tb owner of a acrub bull ahould bavo a leather medal made from th bull's bids.'' These bits of farm advlco ar con talnml In "An Agricultural Almanac for 921." Issued by the United State Department of Agriculture to remind farm cm to do tb right thing at the right time and to tell them where k) aecure ' Information oo agricultural aubjecta. The almanac, which appears as Farmers' Bulletin 1202, Is published, the department aaya, In response to a large demand from .farmer for a calendar of work showing the timely one of new farm facts. ' tteasonal ad vlco and suggestions are gtren oo such topic as the weather, farm operations, marketing, wild life, and woods work. References to other publication of tiie department tell where detailed In formation on each subject can be had. A section on "Farm Helps" discuss es farm Iawa and give tables and directions for audi thing as mixing stock feed, fertilizers and spray solu tions; weights of seed and grain and other information needed by farmora end their families. A limited num ber of copies Is available for distribu tion -by the United States Department of Agriculture and may bo had upon application. CURE DEFECTS IN TOMATOES Blank 8pote May Ba Prevented by Treating toad In Solution of Corroalv Subllmat. It is claimed that black spots la to matoes may b prevented to a con siderable extent by treating the seeds with a corrosive sublimate solution. One-twentieth of au, ounce of corro sive sublimate la dissolved In a gallon I of water., The tomato seed la placed in a little bat; and snaked in thla ao- ! luUon for five minute and then washed In running water for ten mln-. utes, and then the seed 1 spread out to dry. In using corrosive sublimate ' bo sure to put the solution In s wood en or earthenware container; cor roetve sublimate attacks metal. i 00.T FAR-FACED . KENTUCKY DERBY Man and Woman of Renown From All Part of tha World Com to Louis ville to Witneaa th Running , of This Historic Raca. CABINET MEMBERS AMONG THOSE IN ATTENDANCE THIS YEAR ' rew or ua nuuve KealucKiaiot real ise, perhaps, '.what a truly magnificent world event the Kentucky Derby hua cuuie to be. Vear by year, it ha grown steudily In popularity, until now It tops all oth er sporting events on the calendar; thereby advertisltiK ths state a mil liana of dollars' worth of space in the public print could not possibly do, he aides attracting periodically hosts of people who send their money freely and greatly benefiting su industry irf vkit tniportaoce to Kentucky in partic ulsr the breeding of the thoroughbred The list of personage who cheered the winner of the 1!i Kentucky Wrby would stretch out far beyond the lltu- iHiiona oi iiii intte article. tium'S to say thut it Included Mveral mem bers of President yardlng's cabinet; distinguished vUltors from abroad and duaiit'ln) and cointuerclal gianta from II purls of tbe county; some of the latter tb owners of horse that start ed in th Derby and heavy Investors in Kentucky estate, elaborately Im proved and primarily maintained as breeding ostablisbnioats. YATESVILLE Taer will be 'church here Hun day. May 1 6th, both morning and night by Rev. Ktncold. . Sunday School every Sunday at 2:00 p. m. Don't forget Rev. A. 8. and M. T. I lays preached two Interesting' aermon here Saturday night and Sunday tnorninat. . v-. , Mr. and Mr. Denver Hoibrook and Mlsa Roa Bradley apent Sunday with the former' parents. , ' . l' ' Miaa Charltne Booth -has returned from a few weeks' vlait In Ashland. Miaa Lillian Prlchard, who haa beon vtaiUiut her aiater. Mr. O. W: Blan kenshlp, has returned to her home at Dennis. - . - . 1 Mine Ollle Short was . : calling on friend a: Morgan Sunday. MUis Glpaey Blonkenship, who W nttenuin the K. N. C, at Louisa vis ited home folks here Katurday and Punda) , M'aa Kraakie Hoibrook.' apent the first of hurt week with Mr. and Mrs. Denver Hofbrook. Miss Anna Iou Ramey apent Sunday with her aunt, Mr. Rupe. Miaa Beta rYtnce who haa been at tending the K. N. C. vlaitcd home folk Saturday and Sunday. Miss Ida Lou Short spent Sunday with Mia Cliarllne Booth. . . .. hlrly, Mamie' and Ernest Preece hh nt Sunday with friend here. GUESS AGAIN. 1 BLAINE On Sunday, May 1, 1)21, the angel af dotth visited the home of Mrs. It C. Swftnnm and claimed as It own her Icing husband. Lennder was born SepL 20, 1149, waa the eon of Blsa, and O nth la v.etnam. He waa raised near hla home where he died. When young he waa murrled to Reaa Griffith. To this union was born one boy and four girla. The boy and his mother joined tb- bost of aiiKCta good many year ago. His second wife waa Miaa Mary Winter of Richardson. To this union was born one girl and three boys. The two oldest boy bad been claimed by the angel of death and were waiting to welcome father home. . Uncle Leander waa a kind and lov lnft father and one of our county' best citizen and will be missed by every one In the country.- He also leave one brother and Ave sister. We can say, dear friends and reuvtivea, weep not for Uncle Leundnr, for while wo are left here In a world of sorrow, he is resting around God's bright throne whore sickness, pain, sorrow or death never come. It Is Just one more bright link to draw us on to God, so let us not weep as those that have no hop, but prepare to meet him on God's beautiful shore whore all will be peace hftppinesa and love. A NIECK. FARM FOR SALE '1000 acres known as "Vernon Paxm." (Including about $2000.00 farming tools, etc..) in Lawrenoe county, Ohio. Six teen milea from lronton, on Ironton and Jackson pike.. Four mile from railroad freight station. About 160 acres of valley bottoms, balance hill land. Very large ten room brick dwel ling; about 20 tenant house: brick store two story, 24x4S ft. (with 15x20 foot ell for storage room) large atook barn will hold about 100 head of atook. with very large loft room, will bold about 100 ton of hay; horse barn 11x48 feet, rat proof corn crib 26xJts feet, rat proof gratnery. two story 16x32; 100 ton silo; 5 ton scale set In cement. All buildings In first class condition. Nev er failing water piped from two spring on hill into house, yard, garden and cattle barn lots.. Electric lights from our own Dynamo In bouse, garage, store, cattle barn, horse barn, alio and granary. Twenty Thouaand Dollars cash payment will be required. Th balance arranged to suit purchaser at i per cent. Will sell, to purchaser of farm, merchandise in store and about 100 hoad of atock (mostly white face cattle) at price to be agreed upon. See R.' T. LAWSON. Manager at store on farm, or write V. V. ADKJNB, Room 103, Second National Bank Building. Ashland, Kentucky. 1-1. tf WILBUR AND C0RDELL Several from 'here attended church at Old Hood Sunday. The sick of pur community we are triad to say is lmprovlna;. Several of the boys and girls from this pluce attended the ball game at Tarklln Saturday and Sunday. Mrs. T. M. C'ordoll, who was taken to the hospital at Ashland tor an op eration is still reported better and is expwted home In a few days. Several of the boys and girls were horK-twck rldlnp Saturday evening. Miss I'hoebe Cordell was viatting 'home folks Saturday and Sunday. Mrs. Arlie Thompson was calling- on home folks Sunday. Miss 1-jrdlu M. Osborne was calling on friends and relatives at Blaine Sun- Jay-' . ' Willie Hnys wua calling on his best irl at Tarklln Sunday. Mlsa Opal Itaker waa the afternoon cues! or Miss Ooldia McDowell Sat Urdu . MIxs Cynthia Cordle was shopping it Wilbur Saturday. V : Mr. and Mrs. Millard O'Bryan had as their guest for the past week, Mrs Kthel Carter of Lowman. Mr. and Mrs, Ross Berry were the pleasant gneat at T. M. Cordle's Sun day. ':' Mr. and Mrs. Lindsey Thompson are moving from Short's farm to J. H. Cordle's, Jr., farm on Rock House.. Mr. and Mrs. Bert Moore and chil dren were visiting relatives on Little Blaine Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Cordle. Jr.. and little aoiia were the gueats of Mr. and Mrs. J. II. Cordle. Sr4 Saturday night, Severul from our town attended the show at 1oulsa Saturday and all re ported H Mne time. Johny Moore of Rich creek was in our town Monday. Mollle Griffith was the anient of the Missea Sti-ele Sunday, Mr. and Mrs. Luther Adams and lit tle sons of Ashland 'nave moved to Steele Branch. . . . ' Thermos Moore, attended church at Mottle Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Berry and chii lren were the guests of Mr. and Mrs. A. M. Hays Sunday. a Little Miss Pluma Irince was the ifternoon guest of Mrs. Martha Belle Berry. Saturday. , , Willie II. Moore was calling on Miss ilonnle Cordle Saturday and Sunday, Mr. and Mrs. Jennings Cordle have tnoved from this place to.Holden, W. Va. where Mr. Cordle haa employment in the mines. We were aorry to see them leave as they were good neigh bore. . Luther Cordle was catling on his best girl at Blaine Sunday. . , Little. Myrtle O'Bryan was the guest of her cousin. Ethel O Bryan Friday. Arlie Hoibrook of HlcksvlUe , wai here calling, on friends Saturday and Sunday.' - Lunda Baker, who is attending school at Louisa is expected to pay home folka a visit in the near future, Mr. and Mr. M. M. Baker were the guest of Mr.. and Mrs. Willie Cordle Sunday. STEAMBOAT BILU HENRIETTA Millard Meek made a business trip to 1'alnwvllle Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. William Wallen were visiting relative , here Saturday and Sunday. Vlrgle Star, who has been visiting her sister Rosa Wallen at this plaoe. hus returned home. Mr. and Mrs. Jonnthon Boyd were visiting Mr. and Mrs. 'Walter Osborn last week. Julia Boyd was visiting MadHe Hln kle Saturday and Sunday. Mrs. Susie Spear and daughters were visiting Mrs. Mary Meek 8unday. Miss Maxie Boyd made a Dusiness trip to Paints ville Saturday. Lillian Williamson was visiting here last week. ., John B, Brown spent the week-end with home folks. C. C. Williamson, Tom Price and daughter attended church at Louisa Si'ndoy,' .. ... ' ' frank -Miller was visiting here Sun day. Norman, Gilbert and Estella Rati Iff spent the week end with their aister. Mrs.. Lewis Borders at Chapman. Ora Fannin was visiting his sister, Mrs. Walter Osborn, last week. Hlllard Boyd and Tom Simpson were visiting here Sunday. , Ardath ScaggS spent 8unday with Maxie Meek. Mrs, Lena Boyd arid Mrs. Myrtle Duty were visiting relatives at White house Monday. 'Mrs. Millard Castle of Richardson snent the week-end with relatives here. Millard Meek made a business trip to Willlamsport Sunday. Branley Stapleton was visiting here Saturday and Sunday. Miss Virgie Williamson . spent the week end with home folks. . Miss Opal Swan was tho week-end guest of Lillian 'Williamson. " Mrs. Polly Fairchild was visiting relatlvea here laat week. Ardath Scaggs spent Saturday night with Rosa Ward. Joff Meek of Davlsport spent the week-end with parents here. The stork passed through here laat week and left at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Arlie Sparks a fine boy. . , Kvcrett Boyd of Buffalo spent-Saturday and Sunday with relatives here. SWEET MARIE. TABORS CREEK Prayer meeting every Saturday nlpht.' B..T. P. U. Sunday night. Fred Loar. who haa been very low with typhoid fever, is Improving. Mr. and Mrs. Brady Wellman were visiting her sister, Mr. Mary Dean Sunday. , . - .-. . Mis Florence Skeens spent Satur day night and Sunday with home folks. Miss Florence Loar and Mrs. Vred enberg wore in Louisa Saturday. Rudolph .' Hooser was , calling on Joanna Carroll Sunday. . Miss Llora Williams was the pleas ant guest of Misses Florence and Clar cla Skeena Sunday evening. Ollie Dean paid home folks a vlait Saturday. " ' Mrs. Millie Lester was visiting Mrs. Williams Friday. Mrs. Ellna Dean whs shopping in Louisa Saturday. Chester Skeens and James Massle are touring the west, . SMILE& '' ';''.''...' ' "' I t, balanced ration fattens your stock at less cost per pound than any other feed.. Keeps your hogs healthy, vigorous, and their appetites on edge. Good for breeding sows and boars. It keeps vitality at top-notch. - Its perfect balance of feed values keeps them from gettingcff thetrresd." The scales show the difference between Tuxedo Hog Ration and ordinary hog-feeds. "The difference" is extra profits for you. ,. t Tuxes Hog fadJti tt made h Th Ek & Oassaf j ; . : Company, movers of TwuJa Cktp. C-r-Jig Matk, ' ' ' ale. Buy U from your UctlJealtr. If kt tannti supply , fao, mrii at far mum nurul JtoUt. THE EARLY & DANIEL CO., Iric. . CINCINNATI, OHIO ; DENNIS ' There will be church at Oliovilie the fifth Sunday .in May at three o'clock. Everybody come. Ida, Lillian Prichard who has been visiting her sister at Tatesville, has returned home. Shirley Marie Webb was the pleas ant guest of Ruby Roberta Brainard Monday. .. : , Born to Mr, and Mrs. D. A. Rice a fine boy. . - . ' Several i pi': the 'youngrsters of this place attended church at Juttie Sun day.' , - " "" "" ' Arnold Rice is our . mail carrier at the present time. Marion and Eskell Jordan, Leonard Watson and Arlie Hoibrook attended Sunday School at this place Sunday; Mr. and Mrs. , Elmer ' Graham and two daughters,' Jeanette and Josephine of Detroit. Michigan.' : Wert the! week end guests of Mr. and' Mrs. ' Isaac Cunningham. ' w Mrs. Virginia, Mills of Norton, W. Va la visiting her parents at this place. j Those that' were guests of Beuiah J. Cordle Sunday were as follows: Thur- tui Jordan, Madge Rohe and Marie D. Cunningham, 'Ruby" Roberta Brainard. Marlon V. Jordan, Leonard Watson, W. M. Crawford, Brainard Estill Jordan and Nuamon Brainard. Henry Ekers passed up our creek Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Burnace Blankenship who have been visiting relatives at this place, have returned home. Lawrence Blankenship spent Satur day night with Lawrence Prichard. Thursa Jordan and little brother were the guests of Mary Hutchison Saturday night '' - Mrs. Burnace Blankenship and Beu- Inh J. Cordle were shopping at Tuscola Monday. Rachel May Daniels will visit friends and relatives at WlUard soon. Misses Geneva Vanhorne and Esther Ethel Roberts of Cadmus and Louisa were calling on Madge Rohe Cunning ham Monday. US THREE. PATRICK Mr. and Mrs. Sam Patton were visit ing home folks Saturday and Sunday. Misses Emily Blessing and Mattie Hinkle attended Sunday School lore Sunday. " ' Misses Mary and Anni Jones wore calling on Noli and Mamie Borders Sunday. ' r ' Mary Preston, Sybil Preston. Mnry Jones. Mamie and Nola Borders. Messrs. Chas. Castle, and Bill Osborn were catling on Miss Pauline and Hil- d.i Meade Sunday afternoon.' ; - Mart Borders, Chas. Fitch, Cam Fitch, Buck Fitch and Ben Stepp at tended the working at Jerry Fletchers Wedneaday. Noll Osborne left for Wotfpit Mon day. Whooping cough still continues in our community. Ed Justice, who has been very ill with fever, is improving nicely. Mrs. Clyde Burgess Is visiting home folks here. We are sorry to hear of- the death of Mi. and Mr. Frank Preston's baby. Mrs. Lizsie Chapman and Lisa M.i.y Chapman. were calling at Cleve. Price'a Saturday evening. Misses Emily Blessing and, Mattie Hinkle were calling on Mrs. Nora Hinkle Saturday. Bill Osborne was visiting Mr. and Mrs Bert Osborne at Wolfpit the ea.;t Wiek. '' ' ." '. "" ' Mrs. Tela Burgess Is visiting frievxl? nd relatives here. ' f Cleve Price is no better. Mrs. Chas. Kltch waa calling on l.er sister, Mrs. Allen Boyd, Sunday. George Williamson is very ill. ( hurch waa largely attended at Bor ders Chapel Sunday. ' j r- Miss Mamie Borders spent the night1 Saturday with Misa Violet Vanhooae. FOUR PIG TALES. EAGLE'TUKADO" wTN X ' ..,- For Sals at your Dealer .1 ,-. . - . Med ia fir grade ASK FOft THE YELLOW PENCIL WITH THE RED BAND . EAGLE MIKADO EAGLE PENCIL COMPANY, NEW YOUX LtiyiaiVJifi.Di "T ' tiafor . Hogs get heavy while you watch them if you feed Tuxedo Hog Ration. This standardized, machine-rruxed. '( - Tuxedo MATTIE Mr. and Mrs. Allie Edwarda and little daughter were dinner guests et B. F. Moore and family Sunday. . j. u. nan maoe a trip to Liouiaa am Mrs. Mary E. Moore of Wilbur anal Jira. V . v. ni) ffl were uiv suvbi w Mrs. J. D. Ball Sunday. Scott ,Flannery and Mack Muncy passed lip our creek' Friday. Estill Hayes and Elbert Chlldersk were Sunday dinner guests of John, and Jim Nichols, . ... Alma "and Jettle Hayes and Goldi Childers spent Sunday with Mrs. Lem. Hayee'art Wilbur, who Is very ill. Mrs. Jesse Cordle . Jr. and' children spent Saturday and Sunday with hep mother, Mrs. Eliiabeth Moore, '-. C. C Hayes made a business' trip to Cordell last week. James Berry was visiting his brother Reuben Saturday . and Sunday . as WebovilVe.,' " ' .""." .: ''..- We are glad to say thai Mrs. T. ML Cordle is Improving and will return tot her home at Cordell aoon. . Martha Berry apent Sunday with. Lourfa, Moore. . , Dewey Estep waa on our ereek Sat urday. :".''..-.''.. Mr. and' Mrs!. B. F. Arthur 'and little, son of Ironton. Ohio, are expected to visit C C. Hayes and family. Charley Corey motored down our creek Monday. There will be church at the Cando church Sunday morning and , Sunday School in the afternoon at 2 o'clock Everybody invited to attend. ' ,. , axxua. UAUiwt. v Truth and Honesty Pay Large Dividends We got our $50,000 rating by stand ing by word. Looking back- little, dealers who have no . rating see tbey did not value their word. We are in the market for all kinds of herbs. May apple root wahoo bark root 45c and 35c, slippery elm bark 6c lb., yellow root $4 lb., "gingeng 17 lb. north andb south root," "29c" lb,' muskrat pelt S5 and 40c. We "under " buy all dealers. 2.00 will buy more groceries than 13. laat year. We buy flour low, 7.andi 18.25 bbl. We buy grass butter. It will buy more groceries at 10c than, you bought last year for SOc. We buy 1921 chicks 65c lb. We have 75 bu-. fine large Irish potatoes for sale' at $1.26 bu. f. o. b. Blaine. Ky. ' Get lunch for dinner. All kinds ot soft drinks at right prices, root been ginger ale, cooa-cola and strawberry. 2 lb. can tomatoes 20c; big S lb. can apricots &fc; strawberries 4roi apples 3 for 10c; some 5c each. Bananas Tc. Kc and small om-s 6 for 25c Coca-coUa. 10c; ioe cream 0u find 10c cone. Wo. lay price down. We buy fn-ah loaf bread three orders a week. Tuesday. Thursday and Saturdays. Almost hot when it gets here. We run delivery wagon to Louisa. Go in Thursday and. back Friday. We want to build up. trade. All people know old gray, lit tle up-to-date hack delivery wagon. H. J. Pack cant stay In store. Gat injured by ssreet car. Will deliver groceries up BruBhy and Wilbur and) round down Raccoon. Have your 192t chicka ready. 65c lb. for 2 lb. and over. We sell augar and rice at rockbottona 2 lb. rice 16c. We have big stock of alt kinds. : Perishable goods arrive dally, oranges 6 for 25c; apnlrS 5c,. some J rnr 1 Mi- wa httvn nnn in Hlnlnjb ttvdnA Saturday, ice cream. We lost soma little money on eggs. We beg for alii rir-oplfl to help us got it back. Bad1 market and roads. If you give Sam Wells on Tarklln a call you will go again. . He is honest: and reliable. Give Charley Pack at Chandlervilte a call. He haa rockbot- tora prices. Phone him. Big Blaine Produce Co. H. J. PACK, Mgr. and Buyer. BLAINE, KY. . J IS Pencil No. 174 . a c-'-.-a a