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of Mt. bterlmg, say: The De Laval puts money in the bank fyj ONEY in the UnLjt &a aI tot ol taf piece of form eqtapBKDt k k ttpecuSj true d a cream tepintor. Butter-fit u ike moit valuable prodoct ol the (arm. Twice itj, eterjr day m ite year, gravity lomraaig or a poorly coettrucfr ed Kparator wuta thu high-paced food. A De Laval Cream Separator atop that low of profit. It lupptia the extra money that ii Deeded for current expetues, improve ment! about the (arm, or for the purchaw of newatock. More than 2.500,000 De Lavaja are ia daily Use throughout the world. Then De Laval owners repraent the moit progrct tire and most protperoui (aimers in every country and locality. A De Laval Cream Separator wO make your farm more profitable;-too, and pal money in the bank for you. Ya bmf m D Lanl tmtk hm tUl tl wC ctuU p.? In llMtf oklh fM mt wimg It. Cam b a4 Ulk ll Sooner or later you will buy a De Laval MERCHANT'S OOLtHItt ; Say dtf Dp 0 BtebH Winners -n A wife will gup nround the house in a greasy kimona nnd leave aer hair and her complexion on the bed room dresser. And then she will won der why her husband doesn't love rc?S . ' Js fierce passionate love 'she sees in the movie films. The fgiht over the Commissioner of Internal Revenue is whether he shall be a prohibitionist or an anti. Both the "wets" and the "drys" are trying to land the job. -,&' J h Tired "I was weak and run-down," relates Mrs. Eula Burnett, of Dalton, Ga. "I was thin and Just felt tired, all the time. I didn't rest well. I wasn't ever hungry. I know, by this, I needed a toulc, and as there Is none better than a B I 1 .3 fi The Woman's Tonic V . . I began tlsing GardUi," continues Mrs. Burnett "After my first bottle, I slept better and ate better. I took four bottles. Now I'm well, feel just fine, eat and sleep, my skin is clear and I have gained and sure feci that Cardui is the best tonic ever made." Thousands of other women have found Cardui Just as Mrs. Burnett did. It should help you. At all druggists. Bl E.8T Kt NOTICE OF SPECIAL ELECTION Notice is hereby given that pur suant to an order of the Montgomery County Court in the matter" of G. H. Strother and others on petition, en tered March 21, 1921, a special elec tion will be hold in Montgomery County, Kentucky, on Saturday, May 28th, 1921, for the purpose of taking the sense of the 'legal voters of said county as to whether or not the Fiscal Court of said county shall, from time to time, issue and sell bonds of said county in the sum of Two Hundred and Fifty Thousand ($250,000) Dollars for the purpose of building, constructing and recon structing public roads and bridges with asphaltum, concrete, brick, stone block, macadam, gravel or other processes of equal merit, and at which election the proposition will bo submitted in words and figures as follows, to-wit: "Are you in favor of issuing Two Hundred and Fifty Thousand ($250, 000) Dollars in bonds for the pur pose of building roads and brdiges?" Said election will be held at the regular voting places in each of tb precincts of said county between tlio nouis of 0 o'clock A. L. and 4 o'clock P. M. Given under my hand as sheriff of Montgomery County, Kentucky, this 19th day of April, 1921. JOHN G. ROBERTS, Sheriff of Montgomery County Kentucky. (5G-j4 It looks like the tariff is a4oeal question when we see Texas Demo crats voting for a duty on cotton and Louisville Democrats voting for a duty on rice. This would be a nice world if wo were all as well sutisfied with others as wo are with ourselves. LET US Furnish the Fixtures id Wire That New Home WE COMPLETE THE JOB Allen ELECTRIC Co. EVERYTHING ELECTRICAL 112 North Upper Street, Lexington, Kentucky- There never whs a timo when the small town retail dealer needed more real, soientlfio advertising and mer- cnanuising than ngnt now. A year ago, when peak prices had been reached tho retail merchant needed, more than anything elso, more buy ing power. That is, ho needed the ability to get the goods ho bought. Many small town merchants adver tised then more than they ever did before, simply because they could afford to not because they had to. But, with tho sudden start toward declining prices tho sellers' market was changed to n buyers' market al most over night and nowhere did this change affect business more than in tho small town. Farmers, whoso grain nnd produce prices were almost the first to fall, were naturally adverse to buying under thoso conditions to say nothing of tho reluctance of all buyers on a falling market. In most of our mid-west country towns tho "Buyers' Strike" was sud den nnd complete. People patched their last winter's clothes, let tho wind out of the auto tires, took tho battery into the house and otherwise stopped spending money. EXCEPT WHEN THINGS WERE REALLY SOLD TO THEM. There never i" n time when people won't buy things that are SOLD to them. There is a very definite line be tween letting people buy th'ngs and selling thmps to them. Just simply-j the line between "keeping store" and beinc n merchant. And tho men who were renl merchants didn't let the "Buvors' Strike" worry them much. Of course, it affected business nnd few men could show n gain in Jan uary. 1921. over January, 1920, but the men who went earnestly to work to get rid of their high-priced goods nnd get back to a normal footing, where it would bo possible to sell foods nnd make a profit did so nnd did so quicklv by the simple expedi ent of INCREASED ADVERTISING. But of course linuidatincr stocks didn't break the "Buyers'' Strike." It only consisted in tnking the loss nnd having the ngony over with, and even tjie merchant who had the most success in getting rid of his surplus ' ' '' triced merchandise found that he had not permanently stimulated trade by any means, and that it was toing to take harder work than it had taken for several years to keep his business. up. Some merchants realized that more intensive adver tising would pull them through the period of reaction even if it didn't bring ns geat results as it might under more favorable conditions yet it prevented a complete slump. But it is mighty hard for one mer chant in a town advertising one line of goods, to pull any great in crease of business to the town. It is something that must be done by the concerted effort of all the mer chants, advertising all kinds of mer chandise. And in times like tho pres ent it is absolutely necessary to give people renl bargains sometimes bargains that they will recognize as such. To do this merchants must co operate. No one merchnnt can afford to give nil the bargains. Nor do peo nlo nil wnnt the same kind of bar crsrnp. Rome nmy want drygoods, some clothing, some shoes nnd some hardware. It's a good thintr to ho'l lumber bargain sales sometimes or anything thnt will give people a good (By Dean Snyder) Judging from the interest shown in thoso leagues that already have blown off tho baseball lid, 1021, is to bo tho biggest year baseball has over had. Box office receipts in tho majors aro soaring to new high marks for early games'. Thousands qf bugs will soon bo crowding out to watch tho minors. They'll bo asking "Who'll cop?" Basing my judgment on tho best obtainable statistics from nil parts of tho country and on personal ob servation of many of these teams, I'm going to hazaVd an answer and dope the teams to win in their re spective circuits. Hero they nro: National Lenguc New York. American League Cleveland. American Association Louisville. New International League Baltimore. Pacific Coast League San Fran mm& wmzLE eggs and tfb VTS&M&k " Xffc Produotr, Poultry Rtawdy ikd Tonic 'v. 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Western Cnnnda League Calgary The New York Giants still look like tho best club in the National Lengue. Tho team is well balanced. The infield has a punch both on the field and at the bat. The outfield is stronger than last year. The pitch ing is tho best in the league outside of Brooklyn, Runner-ups Pitts burgh and Brooklyn. " ' n Tris Speaker's Cleveland, Indians appear to have their old punch back. They still fight their way from bo hind and win. Tho Alabama substi tute, Riggs Stephenson, blooms like a genuine find. The pitchers haven't settled down yet. But they have itSin the mnnd Speaker is the kind of a lender to get the best from them. Runner-ups Ynnkees and St. Louis. Louisville in the American Asso ciation seems likely to break St. Paul's string of pennants. The Col onels have practically tho samo team that finished second to the Saints last yenr. St Pnul has lost four star players in Goldio Rapp, Hnr- grave, Brazil nnd Coumbe. All tho other clubs, with tho exception of Kansas City, havo lost strength. St. Paul and Toledo will give the Col onels the hardest fight. Jack Dunn's Orioles in the New International League, looms as a cinch winner. Tho Orioles aro prac tically n major league duty Dunn refused to bow to the draft. He like wise turned down an offer of $150, 000 for three stars. Tho same team has won two straight pennants. Other clubs sold their stars. The Orioles didn't. Buffalo should five tho Orioles their hardest fight with Toledo next. I'm picking San Francisco to win tho Coast League flng. Manager Graham seems to havo added the necessary material to lift his club from a fourth-place outfit of last year to the top. He has added Elli son, Rath and O'Doul from tho ma jors and Kelly from tho Association. Already tho Seals havo won a long string of consecutive victories since tho season opened, Tho Los Angeles club is second choice. Sacramento should fight ernon for third place. In the Texas League Forth Worth still holds tho big palm, according to dope. The team is practically the same that beat Little Rock in the little World Scries of the South last fall. Jnkio Atz has tested pennant gravy. Every club has been strength ened, particularly Dallas, which will push Fort Worth to the wiro. The Memphis Chicks appear to be tho best club out in tho Southern As sociation. Spencer Abbott's bunch is young in years, dui oia in expen- stnte of efficiencv. Dr. H. M. ence. The club has tho CgfcW Wright, Tradem Bank Buildtog. spirit. Little Rock has lost its chief The coming men of the country Reginn! Manager Joe Devine of the Calgary tcan, has tho backbone of A his club that won last year to built F8 around, which should be in his favor. Rcgina has shown a lot of speed in - spring training and his pitching staff $ is strong. EDUCATIONAL TOOTH TALK 47 Efficiency Undo Sam has said that in order to be a good soldier you must havo good teeth. In fact, ho has found that an army is exactly as good as the teeth of its individual elements nnd no better. Why? BECAUSE no man can reach the height of ef ficiency demanded of tho soldier in the field if ho is handicapped by bad ly decayed teeth. Neither can you, A,f iX in private life, reach the true heights "' of efficiency you are entitled to if your teeth are in such condition'. A&S visit every six months to your dent- ist will help keep you in that high stars, Tony Brottem, Bing Miller and Chief Yellowhorse. ' ' Peoria and Molino will give Bloom ington, winners in 1920, a battle this year. Bloomington seeks to make it three pennants in a row. Manager Joe Dunn has a bunch of big league castoffs to fit into holes left by players sold up.Peoria is tho strong est contender right now, although Earl Mack's club at Moline has been strengthened by help from Connie's Athletics. New Haven's Indians under Chief Bender have been strengthened to win another Eastern League pennant. Springfield nnd Bridgeport are prob able contenders. The fight in the Western Canada League -will bo between Calgary and : are the men who are always on the IP go. - (! PILES! If you ore n sufferer with piles, hemor rhoids, blind or bleeding, you will get relief from the brat application of Unole Pete' Remcdr (salve) for piles and fistula. Per- t fectly soothing; does not smart. man, prepaia. $1.00 by S. P. O'LEE, Salt Minuficturer,. Rlcbolanlili, X;. . reason for coming some distance to trade in the town Some kind of co-ojierative snles event is doubtless tho best kind of trnde stiraulnnt for n small town during a period of depression. Bdf !n holdine; these sales if it is ri sible to give people bargains in ercls they know all about thJ,n" they know the value of how much more interesting nnd attractive the sales Yes it can be dyed or cleaned That last year's suit or dress can be made to appear like new. Send it parcel post to-day. Swiss Cleaners & Dyers 808 SUi St. UuUvlllo, Ky. 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