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4gH4HgHgHgH& & raft "-' & j . .7-' . ; .. r k & 0 '! Hail Destroys Millions of Dollars of Ibbocco The Iom of toltae ee by ball in thia and otttr IoImcco Mate wHkin the e artiS M&y Gt Your. Any Day Rom l daMart with only a small part covered by insurance. y ka amount of inturance received by growers who had the fortgkt thus to protect themselves againtt inch Io, was 'nermann and should make every grower not only feel the Mty ttt insuring hit, tobacco crop against hail storms less but to do that-very thing and do it at once. What Dr Haifa Says :?'-, SaTu H -lley' .f Ako r , , "V" Burley Tobacco Grower Co- eperative Association, upon congratulating ait insurance com RBri'?n ,,owenn, Ju ate n tobacco hail inturance, said. Within the period that I have had hail inturance 1 have had four severe' lostes. The money I received exceeded consider ably what I paid in,. to say nothing of' my, peace of mind that I wi fully protected in case of a, storm. I have always advo cated carrying hail insurance on tobacco without which every grower takes a chance to lose all. With it he can, in safety, go into the business of producing a crop which require, as does tobacco, so much, labor, time and money. Now that the Burley, Growers have gone into' an organization to handle their business in a 'modern economic business-like way, I see no reason why all growers can not take out insurance on the reduced rates thejcompanfes are now quoting." Look up the ins'uiance agent in your section now, and let him prptect you against the loss of your tobacco. Policies effective July Oth, noon. if 4 fc mm AAA Am A O ip ig I&fc&f&9zp&&&&&&&&&&&Cfv&&fo&Ww s ThQ Phoenix Hotel I!: '(&&&&$&&&& BLKMKD QUOTATIONS Lexington, Kentucky Will continue to cater to Its numerous Central Kentucky patrons In the usual Jlrst-class manner with every detail for guests' comfort looked after. European Plan, $1.50 Per Day Up CHARLES H. BERRYMAN, Pres. JOHN G. CRAMER, Mgr. $ 3$:x:xx:::k: CLASSIFIED WM. ADAMS & SON . Marble and Granite Monuments. Large Stock, Prompt Delivery, Motor , Truck Service, 603 West Main Street, Lexington, Ky. (lyr) WE HAVE some good buggies for sale at a close price. Al set of har ness for $17. Genuine Buena Vista saddles at $19 each to close. J. R. Lyons. "Where are you going, my pretty maid?" "I am going nutty, sir," she said. R ATS DIE so do mice, once they eat RAT SNAP. And they leave no odor behind. Don't take our word for It try a package. Cats and dogs won't toudh It. Rats pass up all food to get RAT-SNAP. Three sizes. 35c size (1 cake) enough for Pantry, Kitchen or Cellar." 65c size (2 cakes) for Chicken House, coops, or small buildings. $1.25 size "(5 cakes) enough for all farm and outbuildings, stor age buildings, or factory build ings. Sold and Guaranteed by CHENALT & OREAR RIGHT NOW take a look at your plows. Get them "in condition so that breaking will be easy. Likewise, get out your har rows and have them put in the best condition. We do the works Stockdale & Grayson tCorner of Bank and Locust ' Strwta. GOVERNMENT rlUNTER MAKES RECORD KILL IN COLORADO More predatory animals were kill ed In Colorado during the month of April than In any other month this year, according to reports received by the United- States. Department of Agriculture. One biological survey hunter in that district has a record of 14 wolves, 125 coyote pups, 125 unborn coyotes, 32 coyote females, several males and several mountain lions. Cattlemen who have been suf fering heavy losses in the Divide country from predatory animals are co-operating heartily with federal hunters in getting rid of wolves and coyotes. One family of notorious killers, consisting of an old male wolf, a fe male and their annual crop of pup pies, was killing from 40 to 50 per cent of the calves on some ranges near DeBeque. ho loss was so se vero" that stockmen had decided not to put any cattle on these ranges this season, because they could not save the Increase from tho wolves. Bounty hunters were able occasion ally to clean out tho whelps, but the old pair persistently eluded capture until this April, when a biological survey man was sent to DeBeque. He found the wolf den and succeed ed In killing six puppies. Tho sev enth puppy was trapped a few days later, he trail of the old wolves led t miles south of DeBeque, then turned nortfi and over Into Garfield county. Traps were set along the trail and the old male was finally caught in one of them about 18 miles north of Grand Junction', or 50 mile from the original den at DeBeque. Two weeks later the old female was trapped In the same locality. Both animals were about 15, years old. The female had lost one foot, presumably In a trap. The pelt of the male was more than C feet long. Love Is like an onion, , You taste It with delight, And after you have eaten It Vou wonder why you bite. WIN WITH THE WINNERS STOKTOFTELEaRIC DRY CLEANING CO. are the winners in the Dry Cleaning industry for twenty five years Our work is reliable Our firm is responsible Our service k right We solieit your patronage. v PHONE 22S 2S Smith MayvilU Strtt s Ml iafvCMsKi any mmmmmmmmmmm mm 0 IB H V Fir Fhr I mmmmmwmmwm sbbbbbb ? 1 1 The Golden Rule Whatsoever ye would that men shofeld de to you, de ye even bo to them; for this is the law and the prophets. Matt, 7:12. Eternal Protection The Lord shall preserve thy going out and thy coming In from this time forth, and even for evermore. Psalm 121:8. Sin Separates Your iniquities have separated be tween you and your God, and your sins have hid His face from you, that He will not hear. Isaiah 59:2. Guard the Tongue Keep thy tongue from evil, and thy lips from speaking guile. De part from evil, and do good; seek peace, and pursue Jt. Psalm 34: 13, 14. Be Charitable Brethren, If a man be overtaken in a rfault, ye which are -spiritual, re store such a one In the spirit of meekness; considering thyself, lest thou also bo tempted. Gal. 6:1. Begin the Day Right Cause me to hear thy loving kind ness In the morning; for In thee do I trust; cause mo to know tho way wherein I should know; for I lift up my soul unto thee. Psalm 143:8. Road to Success Commit thy way urilo the Lord; trust also In Him; and He shall bring It to pass. Rest in the Lord, and wait patiently for Him. Psalm 37:5, 7. The Way to Peace Acquaint now thyself with Him, and be at peaco; thereby good shall como unto thee. Job 22:21. Peace With All Men Follow peace- with all men, and holiness, .without which no man shall see the Lord. Heb. 14:14. Speak the Good Word Heaviness In the heart of man maketh it stoop; buta good word maketh it glad. Proverps 12:25. A Sure Dwelling Place Trust in the Lord and do good; so shalt thou dwell In tho land, and ferily thou shalt be-fed. Psalm 37:3. Gladness in Service Serve tho .Lord with gladness. En ter Into His gates with thanksgiving, a"hd Into His courts with praise; bo thankful unto him, and bless. His name. For the. Lord is good. Psalm 100:2, 4. The Assured Harvest Be not deceived; God is not. mock ed; for whatsoever a man soweth, that shall ho also reap. Gal. 6:7. Air Unlimited Supply If ye abide in me, and my words abide in you, ye shall ask what ye will, and It shall be done unto you. John 15:7. A Very Needful Prayer Shew me thy ways, O Lord; teach me thy paths. Let Integrity and up rightness preserve me: for I wait on thee. Psalm 25:4, 21. ' Ide Love That Saves For God so loved the world, that he gave His only begotten Son, that whosoever belloveth In Him should not perish, but have everlasting life. John 3:16. Reward of the Righteous Mark the perfect man, and behold the upright; for the end of that man Is -peace. Psalm 37:37. Love Masters Fear There Is no fear In love; but per fect love castoth out fear. I John 4:18. A Sure Support Tho eternal God Is thy refuge, and underneath are the everlasting arms. Deut. 33:27. Servant Girl Wouldn't Go In Cellar, Fearing Rats. Mrs.- Tepper, Plalnfield, N. J., says, "Rats were so bad in our cellar the servant girl wouldn't go there. Bought some RAT-SNAP and it cleaned all the rats out." RAT-SNAP destroys rats and mice. Absolutely prevents odors. Comes In cake form, no mixing. Cats or dogs won't touch it. Three sizes, 35c, 56c, $1.25. Sold and guaranteed by Chenault & Orear, NEW MOTTOES MADE BY THE MOTOR CAR Still motors run sweet. Home Is where the car Is. A soft tire turneth away cash. While there's gas there's hope. Fools pass on hills and curves. A wise driver maketh a glad auto, It is better to be slow than sorry. - Declines make the wheels go faster. Dry springs squeak louder than "birds." To speed is human; to get caught a fine. As the wheel is bent so the car will go. Where there's a nail there's a punc ture. A Wedy'a as eld as Its paint; a Me ter's u tU u H pUs. pin d the world spina with you, tali aad ym UU aioa.- : IO DOLLS, DOLL FURNITURE Ribbon Novelties, NHrsery Pottery, Infants' Underwear, Infants' Shoes and Moccasins, Infants' and Children's Hosiery, all go Into the Closing Out Sale at 20 PER CENT OFF ALL RUBBER GOODS Including Rubber Sheets, Pants, Aprons, Bibs, etc., Celluloid Novelties, such as Rat tlers, Teething Rings, Balls, etc., Baby Books, Children's Umbrellas and Parasols, all of the highest and most dependable quality, go. into Closing Out Salo at 20 PER CENT OFF An Event of Great Interest To All Mothers of Lexington and Central Kentucky Will Be WILSON'S BABY SHOP CLOSING OUT SALE ?r .- nr miaa New clothes or toys for the darling baby or the children that are In your house at such a tremendous saving In price that it will pay you to. buy not only for immediate needs, but also for the future, that's. what my Closing Out Sale MEANS TO YOU. Yes, I am going out of business at my present stand but I am not going to desert the babies and children of the Blue Grass no indeed. You .mothers will be glad to hear that I am go ing to havo charge of the new Infants', Chil dren's and Art Needle Work Department in Mitchell, Baker & Smith's Department Store. As I will havo to leave for the East by the middle of July to make purchases for these new departments, it Is Imperative that I close out my entire stock of Baby Wear and Art Needle (Vork supplies within tho next three weeks. Not an article of my present stock, all of which is brand new and fresh merchandise of tho very highest quality, will bo moved to my new loca tion. It is not a question of profits with me now, but a matter of getting rid of my stock in the shortest possible time. In order to close out quickly I have made substantial reductions throughout. A few suggestive values follow, which will give you a good Idea of tho savings you can make by attending this Closing Out Sale.' KNIT GOODS HALF PRICE Including Children's and Infants' Sweaters, Bootees, Caps, etc. Regular 50c to $15 values. Sale price 25c to J"7.50 20 PER CENT OFF CHILDREN'S DRESSES Dorothy Frock and Madam Inez Dresses, ages 6 to 14 years, in pretty Organdies, Voiles and Ginghams. Regular $6 to $15 values. Sale price $4.80 to $12.00 GIRLS' HATS AT HALF PRICE Pretty models In Straws, etc. Regular $4 to $15 values. Closing out sale price $2.00 to $7.50 GIFT SHOP NOVELTIES AT HALF PRICE BASKETS AND BASSINETTES Go Into the Closing Out Sale at a discount of 20 PER CENT OFF AH goods are classy. They are purchased at low prices and yet they go at half price. NO GOODS CHARGED OR SENT ON APPROVAL DURING THIS SALE INFANTS' WEAR 20 PER CENT OFF Infants' Dresses and Petticoats, also dresses 1 to 6 years, go Into Closing Out Sale at the above special discount. 20 PER CENT OFF PLAY TOGS The famous Elsie Dlnsmore. Sizes 2 to 10 years. Regular values $2.95 and $3.95. Sale price $2.35 and $3.15 ALL SHOW CASES AND OTHER FIXTURES FOR SALE V THE BABY SHOP ELLA WILSON 135 E. Main St. Over Keller Flower Store Lexington, Ky. . r T i f t X T f T t f f f T t f 4tvi X T T T EASY MARKS FOR EASY MARKS With German marks being ped dled around at three for a cent per haps there was an oxcuse for the New York wag who In trying to sell a bill of such goods a week or so ago remarked In passing that "this Is tho day of easy marks," and then proceded to unload on the unwary. It may be well to remember there are many "astute" money changers in the big cities who are loaded up with the German coinage and who are casting right and left to find a market for their unpopular treasure. There is always a temptation to buy a hundred thousand dollars "worth" of money for a five-dollar bill or whatnot. Those who are Inclined to yield to such Get-Rich-Quick Wal llngford temptation, however, should remember the Confederate bills that are stacked up In tho garrets of lit tle homes from the Atlantic to the Pacific, so that tho greqt city propa ganda begins, aimed at It will be first at 'stabilizing the German mone tary system," they will see the part of wisdom is to seal up their pocket books. That Germany will come back there can be no doubt, because tho Germans are an Industrious people They are likely to regain power while the world sleeps, but no mat ter how rapidly they get to their feet it is generally agreed thai be fore they run very far the whole of their monetary system will have to be changed, and in tho new issue of the national stock the existing finan cial tokens will be tremendously reduced In value if not entirely wip ed out. Beware the Greeks bearing gifts may still with wisdom be kept in the public mind. Men, buy 6 pairs of these 25c sox for 95c this week. All colors. Don't miss this bargain. The Walsh Co. 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