The Central Record, Lancaster. Ky.. Thursday July 3 1 , 1919
IS h WINNER
It is generally conceded
that Governor James D.
Black will be an easy win
ner of the democratic nom
ination for Governor in
the August Primary.
The people are for him.
He is the logical candidate. His great service to
the ticket in 1916 should not go unrewarded.
He is 10000 votes stronger than any other candidate.
In 1915 he reduced the republican majority in 155
counties in Eastern Kentucky, nearly ("COO votes.
His majority over his opponent was from -1000 to
8000 more than the majority of the other members of
the ticket over their respective opponents.
He is the best campaigner, the best debator, the
most pleasing speaker, by far, of any candidate offer
ing for Governor on the democratic ticket.
In him. Democracy has an invincible champion.
He's a Winner Vole For Him and
Democratic Success in November!
THE NATIONAL BANK
Capital 450,000. Surplus 4.30,000.
A. K. DENNY, I'resi.fcnt. J. K. STOKMES. Vicc-Prost
S. C. DENNY, Cashier C. M. THOMPSON, Teller.
.1. R. HAKKIS. Individual Book-keeper.
HUGH J10BI.EY, General nook-Keeper
Safety Qeposit Boxes For Rent.
WE SOLICIT YOUR BUSINESS.
(I. B. Swinebroad, Alex IE. Denny, J. H. Posey, J. E. Sturmes.
S. C. Denny, A. T. Sanders, Dr. W. JI. Elliott, Director.
Representative Spring Suits
CURING HAY BY
USE OF TRUCKS
Simple, Cheaply Constructed La-bor-Saving
SIMILAR TO ORDINARY RACK
1 Protection Afforded From Moltturo In
Ground and Canvas Cover Pre.
vents Injury From Rain Con
siderable Labor It Saved.
(Prepared liy tho ttnttnl Slntrs Depart
mnt of AKrlcultiir-1 )
A new inetliiHl nf nirliiR Iinjr rcn
iininlnilly mill I'fTwtUcljr, even under
MiifiiwiruMi niMitlier rnndltlimi, I'
I tnnili K)llile liy the iw nf liny trucks,
'ttlilcli lire simple, ilii'iiply ciiiistrilcMnl
liilinr-xntliii; ili'Wrrs similar to ordi
nary hay rnck. , hay truck consists
nf n friiiuiviintintcil tin two liiw wheels.
A miinlicr of tlicm an placed ahmit
tho llehl, and an- iiei to stuck the
partly rured hay n. The hay Is thus
prntiH-ted front moisture In tin crotind,
and a ciiiiyiis cmor present: Injury
from rain. When the hay Is In be
hauled to tin- barn or baler no reload
ing Is nccessnry, for the team can ho
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Main Frame of Truck (A), With Rack I
Indicated by Dotted Linea.
hitched to the truck. These trucks
enn lie HMtl to HiluiutiiKe when in
tedlnc bounil pralu fro.n the roln un
til It I' reaily to b thru-hccl und for
Iiaullnc to the silo. etc.
It Is estimated that a trurk and the
necessary ennvas l feet by H feet)
' costs nbnut SIS).
How the Truck Is Made.
A bay truck 12 feet Inns by 7 feet
wide will hohl about t.M to ...
pounds of eureil bay. It consists of
a ruck which rests on an A-diaped
I frame. At the rear, Hi" frame Is sii-
imrtisl by two 10 tn 10 Inch wheels'
-t 1 ..1 t tk ..n.l '
HttCCl uuoul t in'l .I'Jiii i-u.
The front Is kupportisl by a fl by S-lncli
wniHleti block nf Milllrlent lencth to
bold the trurk level. This Is known u.s
the trlCK'-r. and Is fastened by a heavy
bolt between the two main frame tim
bers near where they come topether.
Vprlcht standards air placed at each
end nf the frame In an A-shaped pos.
tlon. At the top nf each stuuilurd a
notch Is rut to receive a U by 4 Inch
rldce Iile that Mipisirts the cuntns
roverlns and keeps It from lying Hat
on the hay, thus permitting the air to
circulate freely at the top. The truck
Is mows! hy means nf a IMmrse team
and a '.'-wheel running gear, slmlliir to
the front running geara nf a low-wheeled
wngnn. This gear Is attached
tn the front end nf the truck by means
nf a loug clevis pin, and when the
team starts the fnrwurd movement
' ciiiHis the trigger to trip und drag
j cm fhe ground, the weight nf the bmd
being thus shifted to the running
gears. L'Kjn reurhlng the barn or
baling machine the team Is backed a
step or two. which causes the trigger
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11 III! Iltl.ll, Mf-lllfll IlIKi .
ruin sllliliort the front end nf the!
How to Use the Truck.
Hay may be prrtly cured before it
Is placed on I lie truck to avoid danger
i from heating und semiring. It Is lie.
Islrahle tn do tliu last third or fourth nf
the curing on u trurk under u can-
All thoughts arc- turned lowurd
Easter now, which Is tli same thing
as sajlug all thoughts are turned to
ward new millinery and new- suits for
spring. It is a delightful custom that
Invites us to put on new up pure I In
honor nf this Joyous f est I v ill. Certain
ly nothing helps more to Impress In
.significance' on children and joung peo
ple than the pretty Hollies Hint give
them so much Innocent pleasure. As
for women, tin' Instinct to dress U
us deeply Implunted In them us tin
Instinct for home or children.
The most Important lUiu of tho
spring wurdrobe is the tailored suit, ul
ways the character of dress that
should be worn on Kinder day. It Ij
not so easy to maku u selivtlnn this
spring because of the diversity u'
styles und muterhiN lliut have been
lireseuteil by those who create suits.
For once lit Hie history of tailored
suits serge Is chosen less often thuu
other wcuves lu wool, such as tricot,
du?etyn, jersey und some mm Hy
cloths. And uguln wool by no means
bold the undivided attention of suit
iintkeni. New weaves In silk und liber
silk, materials that ure mixtures nf
silk and wool, come In for generous
share of attention. A scarcity of wool
In wartimes brought these new fule
rlcs for suits Into the foreground.
Hut the dhcrslty In materials Is us
nothing to the diversity lu stjles, ex
cept Hint skirts are uniformly loiu
and ci hi I h generally short, suit Mjlcs
hate little In ouiiiion. They runge
from perfectly Ktriilt'lit-lli.e mndels,
through seml-llltcd coats, to the Bus
slun Mouse, Some of the coats are
helled anil mini)' of them ure nor.
lirtilds ure ticil freely mid buttons
well represented, but there are braid
less und liuttoidess models Hint ure
quite as smart and correct, .
The waistcoat must be given special
mention because It Is uHractlug us
much uttentinn us suits Hiiin-ilvi's,
ami presents us wide u variety In ma
terials und decuratiou. The tun Hills
pictured, iiiiinug many aspirants fur
fanr, are enrrect as tn length of
skirt and coat, and eacli Ik provide J
with a little waistcoat or vestee. In
dclulls of furnishing they differ, und
in style one Is a blouse und tho oilier
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Side View (B) Showing Trigger and
Position of Wheel.
vus cover, where It is protected from
the sun and ruin. When the yield ol
liny Is light. It is a good plan to mow I
I. In S.. t.w.t.t.li. I t.. ..ri.l
it In the morning, rake It In the nflir
linoii and put It on the trucks lu the
evening nr pelt morning, lifter Hie dew
Is off. When the yield Is ubnve u ton
per acre, Hie bay should be mowed In
the morning, tedded the neit laoinlng
und raked in the windrows hefiire
mum, where It should be allowed tn He
for about two hours before put on the
The use of the buy truck effects a
considerable saving In labor over the
common method of cocking und load
Ins from the cock by band. Indeed,
the hay truck method reaulres even
less labor than that of curing la the
cock und hauling to press, stack of J
baru with the push rak. I
The Jolui Will Poor Farm
Of 450 Acres
Lying: on both sides of the Lexington
turnpike, near Bryantsville,
10:00 A. M. RAIN or SHINE
This sate will last but 50 minutes so be
on hand promptly at hour advertised.
1WUS1C f5y EXCEblsENT 13AND
FREE Valuable Presents and Souvenirs.
Simply its an imliicumtjiit to tsccurt! a law attendance anil to create .some
fun and amusement, miiiKliiiK pleasure with liusiness. Valuable Souvenirs and
presents will lie n-iven away FKKK, -intl whether a buyer or merely a spectator,
your chance at the presents is the same, if you are on hand promptly at 10 a. in.
TERMS VERY EASY!
OWN YOUR OWN HOME!
These tracts will be sold rijiht on the k round so you can see what you tire
buyins,'. and UKMIOMIiKK, there will be no by-biddinj,' at this sale. We have
been in business 10 years, and we have sold laud from the Great Lakes to the (itilf.
and never yet have we placed a by-bidder in the crowd. In the past yon have
bought land at the owner's price; at this sale, you make the price, let the owner
make or lose. The opportunity of a lifetime for a safe ami conservative invest
ment and AT YOUR OWN PRICK.
"YOUNG MAN, OWN A SPOT OF GROUND SOME
No one will disagree with us when we say that Real K.state is the Root of
Riches, the basis of all wealth, and is positively bound to increase in value; mil
lions of people belli"; born every day, but no more real estate being made; will
you place your money in automobiles, pianos, and wild cat stocks, or will you
place it in the bosom of Old .Mother Karth, and create a competence for your old
ajjoV Or if you are already beirinninj; to travel down the shady side of the span
of life, look back and think, if you had only fcdlowed the rule of putting all your
savinxs in tlirtV Do not say, "I'm too old ;" many a fortune has been made in
real estate after a man is seventy.
BUT WHAT WE WISH TO CALL YOUR PARTICULAR
ATTENTION TO IS:
This farm has ! houses on it, and will be subdivided so that you can got
any size tract you want:
This farm is and always has been, n good producing one and, a money
the terms on this sale are the easiest we ever heard of, fi long years to
pay for the land after the first payment is made;
Those who stand quiet and see the other fellow own theso tracts, three
years from now will be crying that old song "if 1 had only bought at the
John Will Poor Sale see what it would be worth today."
WATCH THESE TRACTS INCREASE IN VALUE.
Hut will you stand and watch the other fellow reap all the benelitV (Jet
in on the ground door anil reap some of the harvest that is sure to come to the
MEET US AT THE GRAND AUCTION SALE, MONDAY. AUGUST 4th
AT 10:00 A.M. '
Ladies Always Welcome, at this Sale, Specially Invited.
The UNITED EE ALT Y GO.
LEXINGTON, KY. O. T. WALLACE, Gen. Mgr.
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