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Men, women, boys, girls! Get busy now. Lots of fun, and lots of Prizes. Save crowns from
Orange-Crush, Lemon-Crush and Lime-Crush bottles. ,
The delicious "Crushes" are the largest-selling fruit-flavored drinks in the world. Drink several
bottles every day. At home and at social gatherings, serve the "Crushes' "and save the Crowns.;
Soon you'll have a big collection and a good chance for a prize. The "Crushes" are on sale
wherever soft drinks are sold. Enjoy a bottle today and start your Crown collection.
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COWPEAS SUPPLY BIG
NEEDS OF POOR SOILS
The cowpea Is one ot the best
'Crops that can be grown to supply
nitrogen and organic matter, the
two things needed most by poor soil
In Kentucky, soils and crops special
ists of the College of Agriculture
say. Unlike other legumes, such as
alfalfa and clover, the peas make a
fair growth on poor, sour soils with
out either limestone or other fertil
izers, although a light application ot
limestone and some phosphate fer
tilizer helps them make a better
growth. The peas are especially val
uable as a soil improvement crop be
cause they may be seeded by being
broadcasted and therefore need no
cultivation.
In using the peas tor soli Improve
ment many farmers seed them as a
cater crop after wheat, oats and rye.
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LEXINGTON LEADER
(Daily and Sunday) Regular price $5.00
and the
Mt. Sterling Advocate
(Twice a Week) Regular price $2.00
THIS OFFER GOOD IN
Send all remittances to
Mt Sterling
,
RE you saving "Crush" Crowns? If not, start today. Try for a prize in
the big Crown-Collecting Contest, now on. The Contest is our way of
making the public better acquainted with the sparkling cooling" Crushes".
Rules and information
Contest closes at Midnight. Satur- mark names, Ward's Orange-, i
day, July 22. Winners will be an- Crush, Ward's Lemon-Crush and v
- nounced following week. Ward's Lime-Crush considered.
Wrap and tie crowns securely, and
write your name and address on
outside and inside package.
Only used crowns, bearing trade
Jn case cf tics, fullprizt will be shot each tying coitislant.
Although only the finest and purest ingredients are
used in the "Crushes," the price is very low. OC
tnafatnt orstfc Thetbree "Crush" drinks get their flavors
MlgJTClBlBiSWi from the delicate fruit oils pressed from
the fresh ou'e. skins of oranges, lemons or limes, to whidi are- added
juices from these fruits, cane sugar, U S certified food color, carbon
atedwattrrandatncacid,thenatur?,flcid'"'rranBes,lernonsandlimes.
Prepared only by Orange-Crush Company-Chicago, Winnipeg, London '
Bring or send crowns to
Seeded at this late date, the crop
makes considerable vine growth
which would hardly be sufficient to
mature seed.
On other farms, the peas are seed
ed with success in the corn at the
last cultivation, a bushel of seed an
acre being sufficient in this case.
Some farmers drill the peas in rows
between the corn, this method re
quiring less seed and therefore be
ing advisable when seed prices are
high.
The nitrogen gathered by a ton of
peas is worth about ?8 on the basis
of the commercial .cost ot nitrogen,
the specialists point out. Also the
hay obtained from the peas is satis
factory feed for all classes of live
stock. When tho manure resulting
from, the feeding ot the peas is re
turined to the soil, 20 to 30 pounds
ot additional nitrogen is added for
each ton of peas grown.
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1st Prize .... $15.00
2nd Prize .... 10.00
3rd Prize .... 5.00
One . . . $4.99 prize
Four ... 2.50 prizes
Five . . 2.00 prizes
Ten . . . 1.50 prizes
4 Caies of . "Crushes"
Our count will be carefully made
and must be accepted as correct
Everybody is eligible to this contest
except our employees.
How a Noted Vet. Gets Rid of Rats
Farmers Heed
Dr. H. H. Butler says, "I" use ItAT
SNAP around my hospitals every
three months, whether I see rats or
not. It does the work ItAT-stfAP
gets them every time.' I recommend
it to everybody having rats." Donjt
wait until thero is a brood ot rats,
act immediately you see the first
one. Three sizes, 35c, C5c, $1.25.
Sold and guaranteed by Chenault &
Orear.
Thought for Today Some men
seem to think women, were created
solely for their amusement.
Special Children's Entertainments
Popular Chautauqua Feature
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Four unique children's entertainments will be given nt the coming Kd
path Chautauqua in addition to the regular programs for adults, each ot the
entertainments for the youngsters being given on a different day.
Mary Maon with her Marionettes will give one entertaWMeitt aa4 Pvl
Brothers, wJl-kuow Hagiciaaa, another. Tlte otbtir etertalattte wUl he
"CUrtctr from tlte SStyry Hooks" preaeKd by XaUdee Saett md Oafchaf
law Deuny, aad a popular concert by ttw OtiuMNr-Kun trti Tn eWldrea1
pfefMMM wilt b given elthec in Uw inoHOac or in Urn attamooa.
SEKMMKN MAY CTUjVY IN
GOVERNMENT LATOHATOIOM
Persons Interested ill feftrntec
approve maUMHta of teettmt whk
mereM eds Me offered is 4mM
tfefl of Mm United States DefwrtiMBt
ot AgricttHiire in Weehiftfto wH
out efcerge, AHhowgh the depart
ment tees Ret pretend to cowauot a
seed school with owtttned courses
and classes, it ha- for a timber of
years permitted' a. few people to
study In the government seed-teMtog
laboratories, and ia July and Augaet
an expert In seed testing devotee hie
time to helping them.
Those who have taken advantage
bf the opportunity ia past years have
been in most Instances the soas ef
seedsmen or young men and women
sent out by seed companlesvto learn
the best methods that have been de
veloped. The number taking up the
Work usually .ranges from 5 to 15,
and. thus far the department has
been able to take care of all appli
cants. These students become familiar
with crop seeds, seed adulterants,
weed seeds, and other foreign mater
ials frequently found -in commercial
seeds. They are shown also how to
make detailed analyses for purity
and how to test seeds for germina
tion. If a seedsman has a special
problem arising out of the peculiari
ties of his business, ho- is given every
possible aid in solving It The de
partment welcomes the opportunity
to give those who know' the commer
cial side of the seed business addi
tional knowledge of its technical as
pects. It is an effective way to im
prove the quality of seeds sold to
farmers and, consequently, to im
prove yields.
Persons who contemplate taking
up this work this season should plan,
If possible, to start about July 1.
WILL STUDY EUROPE'S
TRABfi CONDITIONS
Col. Michael Friedsam, head of
B. Altman & Co., Uew York, was
selected by President Harding to
investigate the trade a condition of
Europe. Colonel Friedsam, when
head of the Fair Price Commission,
was once asked how the people
might know; when they were get
ting fair prices, and instantly re
plied, "Read advertkisg."
We heard the other day of a wo
man who says that when they were
first married her husband came in
like a lion, but now he goes out like
a iamb.
The makers of wildcat whisky use
no set formula. They just go ahead,
begorry, and the coroner does the
rest ot the work.
See The Advocate for printing.
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Hail Insurant
Rates Reduced
WHK the recent L 1-.
tfrion loDacco
wanoe rntee on
growing tobacco, in the face of the enormoe loeeea to
growete within the last four or five years, every grower
can afford to protect himself to the limit and, with
safety, go into the, businees of producing a, crop that
requirea so much money, time and labor, m djoea tobac
co, that should be insured against loss by hail storms.
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Now,lhat so many growers have gone into an organization lor
a mere economical, business-like way of handling their crops,
and the iniurance companies have te powered rates on hail
insurance, there h Wo reason in the world for any grower to
neglect the pretention ef his orep by ample insurance.
Better see year insurance agent right away and have him pre-
tect your crop, which is likely to be destroyed any day by a
hail storm. Policies become effective noes, July 1 0th.
DRAINAGE OF FARM LANDS
GETTING ADDED ATTENTION
With the uecreasb in the cost ot
tile, Kentucky farmers this year have
shown more' Interest In the drainage
ot their fields than they have shown
in any one of the past three or four
years,, according to Earl G. Welch,
farm engineering specialist of the
College ot Agriculture. In line with
this marked interest twelve demon
strations have been arranged by the
college extension division on as
many farms in eight different coun
ties of the state to point out the val
ue of drainage to interested persons,
he said.
.. Warren, Madison, Rockcastle and
Carrol counties each have two such
demonstrations, while Muhlenberg,
Hart, Webster and Jefferson counties
each have one. Additional demon
strations probably will be arranged
in co-operation with farmers in other
counties! in the near future.
"It is impossible to bring soil up
to the highest state .of fertility with
out good drainage," Mr, Welch said,
in speaking of the projects. "When
land is poorly drained or not drained
at all, every quality necessary for a
fertile soil is either wholly or par
tially destroyed. Poor drainage low
ers the availability ot all the plant
food elements by preventing the
prpper circulation of air through the
soil and prevents good structure
characterized by the 'crumblnes' that
Is necessary for easy working of the
soil and the development of plant
root systems". It also prevents tbe
proper decomposition of organic mut
ter and the consequent formation 'of
compounds of nitrogen and other ele
ments which are available as plant
food.
"Heaving, or freezing out of win
ter crops, als ols favored by poor
drainage. If poorly drained land has
a slope it washes more than soil that
has good under drainage for the ob
vious reason that more water 'must
be carried away bysurface drainage.
Many sloping lands have poor under
drainage. A striking characteristic
ot iicorly drained soil is a tight, whit
ish or grayish subsoil, often contain
ing brown or rust colored spots. The
installation of tile drainage is the
only remedy that can be applied to
euch soils.
You many think you are smart,
but do you know that tbe average
depth ot the ocean is abqut a couple
of miles?
Tho Advocate, twice-a-week.
Special Bargain Offer
THE LEXINGTON HERALD
DAILY
Central Kentucky's Leading Democratic Newspaper
AND THE
MT. STERLING ADVOCATE
(TWICE A WEEK
Montgomery County's Leading Newspaper . ,
BOTH pNE YEAR ONLY
$6.50
The regular price of the Herald is $6.00 and The Advo
cate is $2.00 per year, but by special arrangement we
are enabled to make th,e above extraordinary otter.
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The Herald daily and Sunday and The Advocate $8
(Regular value $.E0)
Hake all remittance to the
MT. STERLING ADVOCti"
TW ester uihjeet te beta withdrawn at Mv;f.
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CLASSIFIED
WM. ADAMS ft BON
Marble and Granite Moaumeats.
Large Stock, Prompt Delivery, Motor
Truck Service, 603 West Mala 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- $10 each to close. J, R.
Lyons.
SEASONABLE STUFF
The season tor vacations is. upon
us again. The business, shot to
pieces, has produced an extry strain.
A feller's got to get away to rest a
while, you know, so the most impor
tant question is, where's he's goln'
to go? With Europe shot to pieces,
an' her scenery gone to smash be
sides, tho rumpus didn't leave an
overplus of cash. There ain't the
old inducements for to breast the
ocean's foam, an' it really ain't do
sirable to go so fur from home. The
question grows perplexin' Ms they
often will, ye know-the hour keeps
drawin nigher, but where are you
goln to go? Well, there's tho Rocky
mountains, fairy ladders to the skies
or, the northern lakes is callln'
from a perfect paradise. You can rest
In Eden's gyarden on our whole At
lantlc coast or journey to tho sun
ny south, the land I love the , most.
Go where the old Pacific cools the
Callforny belle or drift around the
Yallerstone, where heaven flirts with
hell. Yosemlte, the fairyland, or
Florida, the quoen or up among the
Catskills to a .place you never seen.
You can tackle Arlzony where the
canyon splits the earth and none ot
'em will cost ye more'n a tenth of
what it's worth I Huh, talk abouti va
cations it drives me to despair,
when I think 'about the idiots that's
allers askin' "where?" Uncle John.
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KILLS MTS
Alto mice. Absolutely prevents
odors from carcass, pne package
DrOVea this. RAT.RNAD nm In
cakes no mixing with other food.
uuarameea.
35c ,8lze (1 cake) enough for
Pantry, IJitehen or Cellar.
65c size (2 cakes) for Chicken
House, coops or small buildings.
$1.25 size (5 cakes) enough for
all farm arid outbuildings,, stor
age buildings, or factory buildings'.
Sold and Guaranteed by
CHENAULT & OREAR
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