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The Daily Register; Richmond, Madison County, Kentucky . Saturday, July 9, 1921
W
elcome Jr riends
You are especially invited to drop in
' V
at our store when you are in town, you
will find every convenience in our rest
room, and we want you to feel at home.
When you get ready to do your shopping
you will find our experienced clerks ready
to assist you.
Our stock of ladies' wants were nevt-.r
more complete.
ARSENATE OF LEAD
FOR TOBACCO WORM'S
Tobacco -diorn worms which us
ually give tobacco ' growers con
siderable trouble at, this lime" of
the yeaV are best controlled by
arsenate of lead which, should be
used instead, of 'Paris Green, ac
cording1 to I J. Hi Je-wett of the
College of Agriculture." Experi
ence has shown that, arsenate of
lead adheres to the plants longer
than Paris Green does; that it
i.may 'be-used in unsettled or rainv
.weather; that is rarely injures
; tobacco even when used in ex
cessive amounts and that its use
' is not attnded by any irritation
i to the operator.
1 1 "Tobacco horn worms hiber-
i nate in the pupal stage during the
M winter and the adults appear
j'from the first week in June to
! about the middle- of August. Te
; cause of this l-ng period during
j which adults emerge from the
!' over-wintering minae there is a
HOT DAYS - Save Coal "
COLD NK3HTS -Like Coming Winter
- ' - - ....
-Doaway with worries. -Phone 28 and we will-look after you. -
Service
F. H. dordon
Phone 28
NOTHING UNUSUAL
Cuban Polo Team" in Washington
(By Associated I'rca.s) .
Louisville, Ky., July 9 There
is nothing unusual about the hot
spell that has had Kentucky in
its grip for the last month, -except
that it came earlier , than
usual, according to J. L. Kendall,
meterologist, in charge of the
United States weather bureau
confusion ot broods ot worms in Utation here. Mr. Kendall ac-
! the fields in th- latter, part of the j counted for the unusual suffering
season. However, there are two, from the heat, by calling atten-
.tusunci orooas. inc maximum tlon to the fait that the hot
number of worms is readied bv
ABOUT HOT SPELL!
August 16.
j "Arsenate of lead is applied to
the tobacco by' means of a dust
.gun. When the gun has a fan
weather staretd in May, chang
ing suddenly from cold weather.
Not only is there nothing un
usual about the hot spell, accord
ing to. Mr. Kendall, but the av-
M
c K. E E
less than ten niches in diameter j eragre temperature of 87.2 in
Louisville for the past five weeks
is not a record. In 1914 the av-
S
Ihc Ladies Sloic
McKcc Block
the "arsenate of lead powder
should be mixed with an equal
bulk or more ot dry. sttted wood crage for the month of June was
ashes. A thorough and even ap-iKQ..'? demees ind several times in
Aged Man Killed By Ccusin
Inez. Ky.. Jnly 9 Krmcr coun
ty judge,' John" J. McCoy, aged
was cut to death in a battle
on Lynn ttary. Martin county.
The light was between the judge
and his cousin. Tom McCay. It
is alleged that ihe latter was ac
companied by rpp Thompson andj
joim corneu. me mice wiuj ican
are in jail and Judge McCoy sj prevent
bodv was
the "fight.
LEGION TO EXPOSE v !
CLAIMS IMPOSTEfc
(i:
Indianapolis.
A spoliated PrussJ
11! V V A a-
lional headdiiuriers of the. Anipr-i'1" cncciie ir.can
1 " 4 11 . 1 V
Legion has take n steps tol '.imu,ll"l,i,t: speeo:ng.
n.uiur. f .rnvLrnmPiiti""'" UO.-.IUU I J leSOriS
Good Way To Stop Speeders
(I?y -Associated J-essJ
AmsburyvM ass.. July 9 "Go
low and sec our town ; go fast
I .111(1 f"f niir i-iil '
I, This combined invitation and
, admonition posted conspicuously
highway has been
an effective i::cans ot
t. itiuiujjiuuiif pceu:ug. jourisi
I f
j)lication of the poison is neces
sarv to get good results. The
dusting should be done when
there is no breeze, either in the
evening or in the morning when
flew is on the plants. A active
operator can dust several acres
in one day.
"The first application of the
poison should be' made when the
worms become too numerous to
be kept in check by hand pick
ing. Poison ihc worms when
they are small, not more than a
week old. Two applications of
the fifty years the station has
been located here the 1921 figure
has been exceeded.
"There is nothing unusual
about the present dry hot spell."
said the mctci ologist. "except
that it started early in May. a
month or so earlier than usual.
This is not the hottest period on
i ecord since the weather bureau
was started nearly fifty years!
ago. by any means. In 1914
here was a long hot spell and in
June the average temperature
.vas 89.3 degrees, whereas the
for lune this year was
average
in
X
ew
found some time a iter, lenctlts of ex-service men, ac j Lampshire and Maine pass thru
! ... . . . lAmesburv in lar.e nntn!wT z-.iA
0sC4tJl4fcttCa
O
s -do g
2 like
light
9
crisp
biscuit?
cording to a viatement made to-: - . -".m- iiuinuei ami
!(iav bv Lemuel Holies, national! & "avi- icjupieo uisi
i traveling. .
the poison should be made to the)
tobacco and -r?ven a third of the! 87.2 decrees
i worms are abundant. Under av-j "People wouid not have notic-
i rrno'p c inrlit itin from ihrrc 1ri,.l flit, nrocr-nt t-fl tml if crtmf
. '"t! five pounds of arsenate of lead! later. in the summer. Heat pros-
to an acre is suihcient tor onejtrations that hr.ve accompanied
dusting depending on the size of j the heat are due probably to the
the plants and worms. This j fact that the change came sud
means actual at senate of lead andjdenlv from cold weather in Mav
i not ihc mixture. - ! to hot weather not irivinff neonle
Effective Of)iitrol of tobacco j .-imple time to become accustom-
depends U)on the graaejed to the weather."
It! Mr. Kendall said that he look-
f lir kill rl Ko mi.irailtPr1 C ifntnm r L.wmio rrjrnl a r lrLon
Alillersourg. Ky.. July 9 Mil-iat least 30. per cent of arsenic i soon, however, in the event that
the present lot spell continued
worms
0
O
adjutant.
"It has been brought to tur ,
attention that a few men have; , "V . of the arsenate of lead used
.h.liUf.rntrK- fnUJi'iPfl rlaJm for A OeriOUS Ice PamiDC;.., ,,, ,
' ... . : i .. :
coinji'v. iisuiioii. vocational irain- - - --'." j ". in-iat least oU-iiei
ing and medical treatment, said j icrsinyrg is suilermg an ice tam-;oxj(ie t,f which' not more than 1
Mr. Holies. "Considering the!ic. There is no factory here! pcr ccnt is free or water soluble."
large number ol wounded vetcr-p1'1" tll is (ie)enaent upon
ans who are entitled to cverv! Carlisle and Paris for ice. Ow-
a
9
It
Or
nice
white
cake?
Then
tell
your
grpcer
to
send
O; benefit the government can give.)!ng to the heat the supply, has
SPotfc
o
"Gold Dust"!
Flour
0
9
0
2
ONCE TRIED-
m -
o
0
-ALWAYS
USED
the number of inmostors is not i been cut down
large. Put. t as thev
their action works a ban
the disabled
"Cases of deception have been J
more numerous lately . due to the
rush of claim-;, following the Le-j
gion's fight for government effi-l
ciency. However, the Legion
will find time and means to ex
pose any impostors who come to
us for assistance in pressing their
claims."
All Legion posts have been in
structed to furnish, government
bureaus with information they
obtain about men concerning
whose disability any doubt ex
nsts. The post activities in favor
of the genuinely disabled will
continue.
Mrr.. South Candidate Fcr
Council In Frankfort
Frankfort, . fulv 9 Mrs.
for another week or so. - -
The hottest days during June
this year were June 17 and 18.
both of which had a -maximum
temperature of 93 degrees with
-T are.i (Christine Pradlev South has filed j a minimum of 75. or an average
l?kip on j. subscribe for the Daily Register j for the office of city councilman ! of 84 degrees for the twenty-four
! rVOIinOinil jon the republican ticket, it be-J hours. On June 25 the maximum
LAUUnOiUll J came known today. Mrs. South! was 92 and the mmnnunv6, the
is a (laughter or the late Senator I average tor the , twenty-tour
W. O. Bradlev and a cousin of hours being the same as on. the
: r W r r " & will
The first ot a series of CubiUi-Aii.eriean ixj!o mutches was playrfl in
toiuae jmrk, Washington, with President and Mrs. Harding as guests of honor.
Colonel Silva (second from left) in charge of the team, besides being a rank
ing officer in the Cuban army. Is one of the' island's foremost educators, lie
is planning a school which will interchange students with schools in the Uni
ted States during the pupil's last year.
Blackberries In Mason
(By Associated Press)
Maysville. Ky.. July 9 Black
berries are selling on the local
market at from $1.25 to $2 per U
bucket of two and a halt gallons.
Wheat At Madisonville
(By Associated Press)
Madisonville, Ky., July 9 De- ,
1 J -I .f f i I If wil
ll VI 1.. J I ' l UV.CIL lU II IX. IVA1U
market continues to improve,
with the No. 2 grade bringing
$1-20 a bushel. - This price is said j
to be five to ten cents higher on j
the bushel than prices paid in
neighboring counties. Millers'
report the quality' of the wheat
good iii Hopkins county and bet
ter than estimated several weeks
ago.
Member W. C. A.
CT'ropraotlexTlmexNature-nenHh
T1R. LEWIS E. K I DWELL
CHIKOPIIACTCn
- (Palmer Grad&nte)
OfW Hour 0 i VZ 2 to B
Ippolntmrnl by 241 W. Mmln St..
IM.nnr 8ft!t f IIH'tttOnd. Kl.
City Transifcr Co.
Another Teacher's Exam
A special examination will be
held at -Eastern Normal School
Tttlv 29 and 30 for all teachers
wishing Elementary, State
: TINJVIAO nooKINfi OITTTKIt-
1 U SIIKKT 'MCTAI. WOltK SO
VKAIIS' KICItlEXCK
I rn nuikr nnjliiiK from tin
nip iik ;ivo me u trial. atisfav
i I tun KUorNiitrril.
' W. !W. THOMAS
hon on Tblril Strei. nrstt t
Aloore'n Itlac&sunitb Shop
and
High School certificates. This
examination is for the benefit of
the people failing in previous ex-j
animations.' There have been a j
good many failures in these ex-j
amitlations and.it is hoped that!
this examination -will prove thej
teachers, and .-pupils to be more!
efficient. '
Madisonville in Hopkins coun
ty, suffered a $75,000 fire.
CINCINNATI, OHIO
and RETURN Via
$3.15 L. &N. $3.15
SUNDAY, JULY 17, 1921
Special train will leave Richmond
6:33 a. m.. returning will leave
Fourth Street Station. Cincinnati
16:30 p. m. Standard Time (7:30 p.
m.. City lime). For furthers inT
formation consult Local Ticket
Governor E. P. Morrow. Other
women running for the same of
fice here are Mrs. Sallie Mitchell,
republican; Mrs. John P. Stuart.
Mrs. George ikiker and Mrs. C.
A. Fisher, democrats.
Mexico Sends Trccps To
Protect Foreigners At Tampicc
(By i.Yssociated Press)
Mexico City. Tnlv 9 Addition-
17th and 18th. The maximum
average for the month was 87.2
degrees and the minimum aver
age' 69.2. while the normal maxi
mum is 84.4 degrees'and the nor
mal minimum 65.4. --The
highest temperature dur
ing the month was 93 and. the
lowest 54 degrees, the latter on
June 6. June 6 had the greatest
range in temperature, the max-
OLD LEAKY ROOFS
t'ii be saved znt mnrie leafcproof with
SUPERLASTIC
ROOF COATING
ftlanafacturprs Direct to Consumer. J
Bmshe Free. i
INTERNATIONAL C0ATINCS CO. P
649 S. Second t. ' 1-ouinville. Kr.
Agent.
al tederal troops were sent tol llUm being 82 and the minimum
lanipico for the purpose of pro--54, . ". - .
tecting both Mexicans and for-J ' :
-.L!u.'iLa,"j"arf-MV;'T ;
LONG TOM CHENAULT
' AUCTIONEER
He's back home again and
on the job. - If you have a
sale and Want high prices, M
see him. 53
S3S
..J'VE TRIED OTHER
BRANDS
WHAT ABOUT A SACK OF
MARY
Flour
Mad'S in Fichrncnd ;id ha
found its way into many
homes
.iUSADISON COUNTY
COLORED
AUGUST 3rd, 4th, 5th, 6th, 7th.
Bigger and better than ever. A
The foreign office de
clined to make any comment on
an" phase' of the. situation aris-
.ing through th.e arrival of Unit-
1 el States - warships at Tampico.
and it is learned there has been
no communicatKn between the
American 'embassy .'-and' Mexican
officials relative 'to the presence
of . warships.
Louisville v Man Held
" For Striking Bell Hop
1 Louisville; Xy., July 9 A man
who gave; his name as W. Mead
Robinson, Jr., and his home "as
Louisville, was arrested in New
York, charged with felonious as
sault, after a .'light in the lobby
of the Yale Club. Harry Smith,
head of the night bell boys at the
club, was; taken .to Bellevue hosr
pital with a possible fracture of
the skull. The defendant's story
in court was that he visited the
club to see a Iriend who had
room there, arid Smith -re
to send up his card.
Big Drive Herds 1,500 Rabbits
In a big rabbit drive which the
-county agent arranged in Brown
county, Texas, 500 drivers herded
some 15.000 rabbits and killed
part of themi. The big drive dem
onstrated two things that the
rabbits are plentiful enough - in
the southern iyrt of the state -to
destroy all crops this year, and
also that rabbits can be driven in
brush territory as well as in the
open, ' Other drive's" of not quite
as large proportions. were held
later in the month.
Here's Real School Problem
(By Associated Press)
$8,0
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splendid
arrao
am is being
ged.
Golden Dream Q free tastes bet
ter; goes further. Get it from your
grocer. 151 tf
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Owens,boro, Ky., July 9 One
million dollars is necessary to
modernize the public schools of
Owensboro, according to Walter
B- Ittner, of St. Louis, famous
school architect. Mt.. Ittner con
ferred heie recently with Super-
lintendent Risley and members of
j uie . bciioui uuuru, rcianvc 10 ine
best way " to expend the $300,000
bond issue recently voted for
school purposes. j ' : .
Attention
White shoes cleaned and all
kinds of shoes dyed by an expert
of the Arcade. Ladies and metis
shining parlor, Main street, ne:
door, to Perry's drug store, - "
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