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The Richmond Dairy Renter, Richmond, Madison County .Thursday Afternoon, April 151920.
rf aa rouf si sr. tr V ' p. - - Si fair PimdfeHh Those Democrats In Kentucky who believe that Governor James M. Cox of Ohfo .because of his great ability ; end : superior qualifications . should be the next President of . the United Stales, have decided to lay his claims before our Democratic voters Tvith the hope that they will join us in securing delegates to the San Francisco con tention, who will favor his nomina tion. -i To secure a delegation from Ken tucky to San Francisco it is first nec essary that all Democrats who are for Cox shall attend the county mass con tentions to be held in the various coun ty seats at 2 o'clock in the afternoon ef Saturday, May 1st, and see that the delegates they send to the Democratic State Convention at Louisville, Tues day, May 4th, are COX MEN. , . ' This is no time for factional strife - within the Democratic party. The man who undertakes to create the impres Eion that the COX MOVEMENT Is a movement in the iaterest of any indi viduar branch, wing or faction of tbe Democratic party in Kentucky, is not ' a well-wisher for party unity and party success. Former United States Senator John . eon M. Camden of Versailles has ac cepted the chairmanship of the organi sation, that is being made for Governor Cox in Kentucky, and that is suffi cient guarantee that the movement is cot to be factional. f SL6AR, FAMINE PREDICTED (ievv loiK vvoria; James H. Post, President of the National, Sugar Refining Company, .said yesterday that if people did not cut down materially on the consump tion of sugar a famine would result near the end of the summer. . He added that there was no need for immediate alarm and continued: "We 'are eating a lot of candy, ice " -T- r- - vjr v"- -.v Three Types of ........ - - - --- - . h m CARRY1 THE"' COUNTS Tie m&flm Zig-Zag.Tread s & XlSlif'MA Mwhanlcslly and scientifically correct for yC j A JS fff5? Sl" I ft Krcutet security under all road conditions. f C- f dZasji3rl F-ft rf'-- f 1 1 Tl.e and shaped cups alternate - j j f't' "W 'H I ''ill?! mi botli sidps of the extra wide, heavy tread. jS, r ' itT - S vJ "jp v . 1 ' SkjdUiiiB is minimized. Parallel Bar Eases I - fyWtJV IK JjL? si1 kllll " ,f the "1'ine Trees" and straicht Center y Jk f &Sjr -t1-' al'J '- Line of tread are thick rubber studs that tr - ' jT s'J'f B JJ-' $ f I ' Sl!Tl fa ' ' " j j YOU don't want a truck motor in a touring car; -you use a different oil in the cylinders than in the transmission. Different conditions must be met differently. That is why Lee builds three types of tires for three kinds of uses "The right type for your purpose is the one built " especially for that use. ' Consult us on tires. We'll survey the conditions your . lire hmst meet and prescribe the Lee Tire that will serve' you best the Lee Tire that will give you maxi mum mileage and comfort. ' r; DEALER'S iri' rf i 1 L-3 ILill IX 114 , I, jji.v.. . Gov. James M. Cox of Ohio Senator - Camden In a statement given to the press, said: "I am for Governor Cox because I believe , him lo be the one man who can win against the Republic ans in November. He is safe, sans and liberal, has a record in Con gress, and three terms as Governor of Ohio. He is a man every inch cf him, and one around whom every element in the Democratic party can rally. He began life as a news boy and made his own way. " He is a sound and successful business man, has never had any serious la bor trouble during his administra cream, cakes' and consuming bever ages that requite a lot, of sugar.. In addition large manufacturers stock up at this time of the year, for they take no chances against famine. , .. "The price of sugar will go higher and higher' as the summer goes on The i present Crop-began" ... coming - in- last December' and will continue until j near the end of summer. It is not. ,.,.. .u ' , ... and this is another reason for telling ' 4w ..VL"iwt"v mv E;r.'i'vfiv. Tires for Three Kinds of Use . The 1. IMPRINT 3: tions In Ohio. He It broad-gauged ; In every respect and has proved 1 that he can draw strength from every element of the voting popuUv tlon." V V We endorse Governor Cox because we know James M. Cox to be ese hun dred per cent : American, because he has demonstrated his Americanism and we know that he is the only kind of American that will; be elected to the White House as the successor to Wood row Wilson. i We know that It. takes an. extraor dinarily good man of the Democratic party to even once carry the State of Ohio which normally is Republican by over one hundred .thousand majority. And, so we know that when a man carries Ohio three times as has Cox, he is what the fellows who go to the races call "a stake hoss." . We want first a capable man In the White House and we want him to be a Democrat. . ' ' Cox Is capable, Cox is honest, Cox is a Democrat, and lie is the best run ner in our party as it seems to us. That's why we are for Cox at this time and that's why we want Kentucky to be for Cox. The COX HEADQUARTERS will be in the Seelbach Hotel at Louisville where communications from all who are interested in behalf of this great man should be addressed, and where all Democrats will be welcome. the people that at the present ratteof consumption a famine can hardly "be averted, r The total crop , 'originally was estimated at 4,000,000: tons, but that dropped to 3,900,000 .tons. . The last figure makes a big difference. ; when you consider I refer to the raw product. "The best sugar crop, which comes in the fall may relieve the situation if ' , . actual famine on us." Lee Cord Puncture-Proof For the hardest possible service on all kinds of roads. A real cord tire easy riding economical and, f vrs- absolutely puncture-proof. The only puncture-proof cord tire. Dependable under all conditions. - ' The Lee Cord 2 Tor gruelling service in town and t in the country. Lee Cord construc tion makes these light riding tires practically free from the usual tir1 troubles blowouts, tread separation, sidewalls breaking, internal friction, etc Hand made. The Lee Fabric 3'- A husky tire that fights mean road ft conditions and invariably wins. Quality-built from lining to tread; good-looking, .and as - good as it looks; oversized, wlta miles of extra service. Smile at Mleis t - ;uckboy StlCKSJrfGOLONELS "With the big league base ball sea son opening Wednesday, Clell Tatum, of Paint Lick, whohas won the najTic "Big Bill" with the Louisville club, is still sticking in fast company, and :; looks like the find of the spring sea son, so far. j in discussing the team, the base ba.ll reporter of the Times said yesterday. 7 , ' Tatum Is Promising "The longer Bill Tatum 'atum hangs 5S," declared 'egulars while pitcher. The hvound the faster he goes one of the Cpmocracker regul discussing the Lancaster Central Kentucky; twirler' gradually ; is becoming acquainted with the ways of the big-loop hurlers, which means i he will trayel at a gratifying pace be fore May 1 dawns.. Manager McCarthy considers Bill worth holding until the. weather gets warm enough to ' wear thin, toggery. By that time he will have acquired a lot of valuable information from the other members of the pitching staff. He displays a natural aptitude to "catch on" and retain, what he catches. "Bear this prediction, in mjnd: 'Tate is going to be a great hurler before the present double A pennant race' is over,'' remarked a competent judge of baseball players the other after noon after watching the young farmer perform. v ' ' There's another lad from this sec tion of the state, also in fast company this season. He's a Rockcastle boy and and is with the Chicago White Sox. When they played at Louisville the other day the Times said: ; .; Kentuckian and World War Veter an George Washington Payne, of Mt Vernon, by his effective pitching for Comiskey's American League cham- j pions, compelled McCarthy and his' Corhcrackers to content themselves! with the wee end of a 6 to 3 count yesterday afternoon at Eclipse Park. J In every inning except-the sixth Chi-1 cago's white-hosed twirler kept the. locals from crossing the nlate. PROF. BURNAM'S BIRTHDAY. . Prof. John Miller Bumapi,.jQftin-.. cinnati.'l ,vhtynvasari. Richmond with ! relatives Sunday had a birthday April 9: '. '.The i" V.whjvs -who" col'unin of the ' Courier-'Journai had the following: . , John M?l!e?t,;.Brnam, college pro1- fessor was born i at Irvine, April 9, 1.864.. . He is. son of the Rev. Edmund Hall and 'Margaret Shackelford ( Miller) Btti'iiam'.' ; 1 "t ' 1 AfiC -yBuillf ttt; was tucated . atCf rvr M' t niversity " Richmond; Washing ton University St. Louis and Yale University. He holds the degrees, of A. B. and Ph. from the latter. ' f From 1889-91 -he was professovof Latin and Greek Georgetown; assist ant professor of Latin, University of Missouri, lSf1-99; professor of Latin, University of. Cincinnati, since 1900.' He is a member of the following societies: American Philological Assc ciation; Western Classical Associa tion; Palaeographical Society of Lon don and several German and French societies. Mr. Burnam has written several monographs and articles for the lead ing journals of Archaeology. - His address is the University of Cincinnati, Cincinnati, Ohio, i VETERANS OPPOSE . '' SOLDIER PRESIDENT The Home Sector published recent ly the results of a poll of 210 posts ; of veterans' societies on a . group of i questions of public interest. Calling 4 this "the voici? of 10,000 veterans', the magazine summanzea the vote aa- '"fwo to one against a military man for President, five to one in favor of a Federal cash bonus for veterans, three to two in favor, of compulsory military training." The actual vote was tabulated as follows: I ) ( For Military man for Presi dent in 1920 2,39S Further Federal cash tonus 7,879 (Against C,0G8 , 931 995 3,388 Federal help to put sol diers on farms 9,066 Compulsory military '. training .4,935 ENGLISH-AUSTRALIAN WHITE LEGHORNS The world's best egg laying strain - If you want show birds, send your order elsewhere ; if you want eggs the year round, send trie your, order. Remember we don't keep Leghorns, they keep us. Egg Prices Same As Last Year - 15, $1.50; 30, $2.75; 50, $4; $15, $1.50; 30, $2.75; 50, $4; 100, $7.00 ? Mr 'J Madi Mrs. Harry S. Morgan White's Station, Madison County, Kentucky Many ftwcanif o! women suHering from - womanly trouble, have been benefited by the use of Cardul, the woman's tonic, according to letters' we receive, similar to this one from Mrs. Z.V. Spell, cfHayne,N.C. "I could not stand on my feet, and just suffered terribly," she says. "As my suf fering was so great, and he had tried other reme dies, Dr had us get Cardul. I began . improving, and it cured . me. 1 know, and my doctor knows, what Car dul did for me, for my serves and bsaltb were sJboutgonen I j r$ j 1 j TAKE The Womaa's Tcnis Bhd writes !afnr? l Era in splendid health . . can do my work. I feel I owe H to Cuds!, for I was !a dreadful condition. I! ycu are nerrous, run down and weai, cr suffer from headache, backache, etc, every month, try CaTduI. Thousands of wdznsn praise this medi cine for the good it has done them, and many physicians who have Used Cardui successfully with their women patients, for ; years; endorse this medi ' dne. Tlunkwliat It means , to be in splendid health, like Mrs. Spell. Give ;Carduiatrial. , : COLLEGE HILt r Mr. and "Mrs. JVince Morris, t: of MobeVly visited Misses : Lucy .. and Ida Norris. last Sunday. - Mr. and - Mrs. George Lear, of Kingston, visited Mr. and Mrs. Bud Broaddus last Saturday and Sunday. Mrs. , Bettie Ronan and daughter, Miss Maud, of Moorland, Lincoln county, visited Mr. and' Mrs. D. C. Griggs from Saturday until Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. Ben Hockensmith and Mr. and Mrs. Noah Saterwhite ,of Midway, visited Mr. and Mrs. Alex Hcckensmith Saturday and Sunday. Mrs. Fannie Bridges, of Frankfort, is with her father, Mr. D. C. Griggs, who is seriously ill.' ( Dr. E. E. Edwards, of Irvine, was a visitor here Thursday. , . The remains of Mrs.. Polly: Cruse, the wife of John Cruse, of Cottonburg, were brought here .Friday for burial. Mrs. Cruse was 36 years old. Besides her husband she is survived by five children and one brothei. JMr. . James Elkin, . of yersailes, i visited, .friends i .Jtera Sunday. ' ' . 5 V ' 1 ) is, ' ' . Theodore's Bright Idea. Theodore was fond of olives, but his father had forbidden him to eat them. At-dinner one day, during his father's absence, a large dish of olives had been placed near Theodore's plate. He looked at it longingly and said : "Mam ma, let's play a joke on daddy and eat some olives." . MY JACK BILLY BOi will make the season of 1920 at the low price of $10 To Insure Living Colt ' at my place ; known : as - the Hockaday place. . Money due when colt is foaled or bred elsewhere' or sold. AB Droggisls 1 5s3S S M. PHELPS Richmond, Kentucky tu thr sa j Despite the increase, in. tire prices, we are a!6!e thru large purchases to sell while they last : ; :. 30x3 UvS;Ford Casing'at:.c:-A--$.l 30x3 1 -2 U. S. Ford and Chevrolet Casings at $ 1 6.80 30x3 1-2 Goodyear All Weather $ 19.75 33x4 U,S. Chain .- -2L $33.5 33x4 Goodyear Cord -------U--.$49.30 34x4 Goodyear Fabric : -t--L $3335 34x4 Gordon Fabric .- -1 $3735 34x4 Lee Cord i.-$47.20 34x4 Royal Cord ........ -$49.70 All. fabric tires adjusted basis 3,500 miles; ;j Cord' tires adjusted basis of 6,000 miles. LEE PUNCTURE PROOF and KELLEY SPRINGFIELD TIRES ON HAND NEARLY ALL SIZES AT GREATLY REDUCED PRICES 30x3 Tubes ! : .' 30x3 I -2 Tubes ---- -.- - - - -- -- 32x4 Tubes --- -- -- 33x4 Tubes . :'-:- 34x4 Tubes ,: J -VJ--' --- , , LAS STIK PATCHING Regular 50 cent size '1 : T.44 cents Reguar $ 1 .00 size ; --- 86 cen Is Regular $1:50 size $1-28 CAN SAVE YOU MONEY ON ALL AUTO ACCESSORIES Be wise and buy now- money saved is money made. CALL FOR A DEMONSTRATION OF THE MARVELOUS If you wait until after you one of these ;carsy your car. A CHEVROLET CAR will 'save half its cost in saving of gasoline oil and tires in two seasons. - ; ; V ' . ; ..... BATTERIES 3- - have long been our specialty and we will prove this to you if you will use our Free Battery Service.;: , p ; V LEX US SERVE YOU. ; ; ; Phone 232 Acceptsd Incident as Mandate. A remarkable case of rin.T finding n related of St Atilan. bishop of Za mnra, wbo lived in the tenia century. He wanted to surrender his bishopric and threw his episcopal ring into the Douro. But a fish brought it hack to hinl, and lie concluded, that he should continue to bear his burden. JEWELRY 10 cnt on the dollar ave6 hy Itaytng Jewelry from JOK KSKNUKUCr. KMlabllubrd ISM. narcalaa In F.lclo and Waltham . .r Watclira - ROSENBERG BROS. CO. 141-14S Wnler Street. ' L.KXINGTUX. KV. m."mwmmm,,i'iiim Carry Your flocmes We send them for you. f f f And we do it cheerfully and promptly. Because we want to please your to give you real ser ; vice, to save your time and prevent annoyance. 7 -Our whole store' is organized to serve you. ; ! You'll find a wide selection of everything from which you can choose. .. H And the things we have for sale are good things for you to eat. We know, for we have investigated them ourselves. :X ' '" ' ' J Your money back, of course, if you are not- entirely pleased. " y M. H. Wells -and "Go. Second ' Street Phone 139 t. .42.75 ..$3.25 $4.60 $4.80 ..$4.95 PERFORMING buy a car and then ride in will never, seem the same. Pamt Licky Ky. DR. CLAUD SANDLIN DENTIST TODD & SONS CKVTnACTOKS AXT) nrii.DRRa AotblnK too Ijil-fCP or too amull FsUmntra gladly furnlsbMi npon re iuat. Office and Work Uanmi DR. O. F. HUME Surgery and X-Ray ffice over Pcrry Drug Store 8Gb Walker, (iect'l Auctioneer Sales held a.y where : and will, sell anything Veternity , Work, in all pf its branches-: ' ' ' t i 1 Q THE NEW DIXIE AUTO CO., OF RICHi'IOrn),? KY., Inc.