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Kentucky Crop and Lire
Stock Report. The condition of Kentuck'i wheat crop indicates a probable production of about 7,851,000 bus. this leason, compared to 5,610, 000 bushels last year, according to the May crop report issued today by the U. S. Bureau of Crop Estimates in co operation with State Commissioner of Ag riculture, W. O. Hann. Proba ble rye production is estimated at about 605,000 bushels compar ed to 480,000 bushels last year; and bay of all kinds about 1,601, 000 tons compared to 1,508,000 tons grown last year. Actual production this season may prove greater or less than these esti mates, depending on whether conditions are particularly fa vorable or unfavorable between now and threshing time and hay harvest. Wheat and rye it most, coun ties came through the winter in good condition, but farmers in most of the wheat growing coun ties report that wheat hat been injured come by the late frosts and cold wet weather this spring. Kentucky's wheat acreage left for harvest now is estimated at 603,000 acres compared to 550,000 finally harvested last year, but some farmers report an intention to "hog-down" wheat if t h e price should be very low or a poor yield in prospect at harvest time. Conditiou this month is 03 per cent of normal, compared to 71 percent this time last year, and a 10-year average of 86 on May 1 Kye condition is 05 per cent of normal, compared to a 10-year average of 90 May 1. The verv early spring was gen erally favorable for plowing and other spring work, but the recent rains and cold weather have been general almost throughout the state, so that plowing is only CO percent completed, compared to 71 percent usually done by May 1. Fifty percent of spring plant ing wag finished by May 1, com pared to 45 percent usually done by May 1. Pasture is 03 percent of normal compared to the 10 year average of 80. Twenty-five percent of last year's hay crop in Kentucky (or 377,000 tons) is still ou farms, compared to about 157,000 tona May 1, 1920. Livestock losses during the winter were unusually light, ex. cept in some localities, and the spring condition of stock in gen eral is above average. Losses from each 1,000 head during the winter and spring were horses and mules 13; cattle 22; sheep 3P; lambs 48; swine 30. The av erage losses during the last 10 years have been: horses and mules 19; cattle 8S; sheep 50; lambs 73; swine 63. Writes HisThinksFromWashington Only men and women who have suffered from kidney troub le can realize how grateful one feels when relief from suffering is achieved. Nathan Harned, 021 N St., N. V. Washington, I). C, writes: 41 1 was troubled with my kidneys for years, but got no relief until I took Eoley Kidney I'i 1 1 s." Shermau Hobhina & Sons local dealers. Hardwkk & Company THE CASH PRODUCE SAME STORE AS CASH I ROSSLYN. Maney Foster andllobert John son were in Stanton Saturday. Mrs. Julia Estes is visiting her daughter, Mrs. Amolis Napier. II. M. Morton visited his uncle, Wm. Morton, on South Fork Sun day. Miss Gladys Lowe visited her sister, Mrs. Bert Kincaid, near Furnace last week. Church services will be held here Saturday night, Sunday and Sunday night by Iiro. Nelsou. Miss Oda Foster, who was re ported very bad siok, we are glad to say is able to be out again. Sunday School Convention wa9 well attended here Saturday, all enjoyed the day very much. Mr. and Mrs. Jas. T. Martin and children were down fr"m Torrent Sunday visiting relatives. Stoner Martin, Genet, and Em- ory Rogers, Xena, attended church on Cat Creek and visited various places. Mr. and Mrs. Albert Lozan and children visited Mrs. Logan's mother, Mrs. Mary Jane Welch, here over Sunday. 1 ? Y r r r i ? Y t f ? ? ? : t r r r r r r r r r r r r ? ? r Our SpFing Goods are arriving and it is not necessary to tell any one that on many articles, fabrics and suits, that to-day's price in many instances is one half and on some articles less than one half price they have been recently. We have received new line Spring and Summer Woolen Suits in Skeleton and full lined coats, ranging in price from $18, $20. $22, $25 and up to $35. Let us show them to you. Union Suits, Hos iery, Organdies, Serge, Percale, Madras and Ginghams. Ladies', Misses' and children's ready to wear Dresses. Ladies' Misses' and children's Hats. Men's, Ladies' and Children's Shoes and Slippers. New line Men's and Young Men's Hats and Caps. Fibre. Grass and Matting qx 12 Rugs, $5.00 to 11.00, Small Rugs, Fibre Carpets and Matting in the roll. Iron Beds, Springs, Mattresses. Harness, Saddles, Bridles, Pads ect. Wire Fencing, Bard Wire. Nails, Sta ples and other Hardware for farm use. Oliver Chilled Plows, Rid ing Cultivators, Shovel Plows, Thornhill Wagons, Axles and Skeins. Fresh supply of Fertilizer, Globe Blood, Bone Phosphate and Pot ash for all grain and garden products Lots of articles we haven't space to mention, just come and ask for it and if we haven't got it, we will do our best to get it for you. Yours for service, I Hard wick & Company Mrs. Mina Stevens was here first of the week visiting her par ents, Mr. and Mrs. Wingate An dersou.the former being very sick. The iufant son of Mr. and Mrs. Jimmie Lane was brought here A. P. JOHNSON, Agent Standard Marble Company, ROME, GEORGIA. Monumental Work of all Kinds. WILL APPRECIATE YOUR ORDER. Reduced Prices on Used Cars Nash Touring Car-almost like new $1,01)5. Hupmobile Model N.-good condition 725. Chalmers Six-well worth the.price 375. This is your opportunity to get a good car at a very low price, and you will have to call or write at once if interested as they will move quickly at these prices. The Tyler Motors Company Incorporated Winchester, Kentucky. Saturday to be buried in the Lane cemetery. Mr. and Mrs. Lane have many friends in this vicini ty, all of whom were grieved to learn of their sad misfortune. But, we will humbly bow to the Will of our Lord that He will, when we are called to go, bring us to live in His everlasting home with loved oues gone before. Cut This Out-It Is Worth Money Cut out this slip, enclose with 5c to Foley & Co., 2835 Sheflield Ave., Chicago, III., writing your name and address clearly. You will receive in return a trial package containing Foley's Hon ey and tar Compound, for coughs colds and croup, Foley's Kidney Pills and Foley Cathartic Tablets. Sherman Kobbins & Sons loc dealers. The Ladies Taking to Fishing Fishing has become quite pop ular with the ladies and children of Clay City. Every day there seems to be quite a few automo biles loaded from five to eleven in each car hiking to the bunks of Red river and Lulbegrud creek bent on hooking at ieast one for each Derson in the crowd. Born to the wife of James Bar nett, of near Spout Spring, a daughter Lelia Mofield. Mrs. Russell not Doing so Well Mrs. Jennie Russell, confined at the (Jibson Infirmary, Richmond, is still not able to sit up and not (loins: as well 9 her friends would like. The old woman used to live in a 6hoe, but John Barleycorn is getting along in a bootleg. FOLEY KIDNEY PILLS rem backache. KioNcra and Blaooei They're counterfeiting dollar bi 1 1 8 again. A year ago nobody respected a dollar bill that much. Back Hurt? When lb kidneys do do properly do Chelr work or purity lb blood (ream, waste products cad poiaoooui acid re main in Ibt tyitcm and cause backache, rheumatic paint, lumbafo, aor mut clet, twollca joints, elirTncta, lams back and similar symptoms. JMeygdnerpfi rnjulate and restore the bealtby, normal action of kidneys nod bladder, bringing1 clean blood and belief health, with free dom from aches and paint. J. Gaarte Budt ina. Banaiaflan, Vt., writ;' Utt laU I waa attach1 with luasbase ana auSra4 alal4 M I ka4 tavare neia craw mr hack ana1 at tie in14 mat 4ra. nara my Mil. I waa aai4 lake Polar Ktdaay PUla laf af UaubU. Altai (akin taaoa far a law days Ike fm ia ay kach lall aa ao4 I have eat haa" aay luaibaaa aiaaa that liaa. al though thai was Kiantha ata. 1 ra.aaiax.a4 KaU Ktdaa Ftlla It all Woe aa Uaab.." D. Powers, Darwin W. Johnson, I. 5mith Moment, L. G. Ruuell, Pres't. Sec'y. & Treat. Art. Sec'y. 6c Actuary. Mgr. Industral Dept. The Commonwealth Life Insurance Company Home Office Commonwealth Bldg., 106-1 10 South 5th St., Louisville, Kentucky. Oldest Old Line Kentucky Life Insurance Company And its policy contracts are most liberal and up to date in every respect. Policies issued in amounts ranging from a five cent weekly premium on children to $50,000.00. Full information can be obtained by address ing or calling on J. P. Hopkins. Agent, McEldowney Bldg., Winchester, Ky. I will be in Clay City one day in every two weeks.