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jr . ItF' Brm 'MLI iwyyM ywjyyrgwrCQ !? 8ho& 8tret Lexlnaton, Ky. WHERE YOUR DOLLAR LOOKS TE BIGGEST " ?& FURNITURE, CARPET, RUGS AND STOVES Just Across The Street From Bus Station. 6 ip ' l. -v rnpfy r" f.- r ' J .. , llfllt-'O SK!Bnj& RMi 'tt-Sft ji seat, to some, 3,0f afajgaafo.,. agrafe by, the. Uajted fjjDejaseaoje Agriculture,' la; i, a. couaty., areata and oU?r. W'flt worfcara,. la. general ara keaaly Interested in educational, pie; tarp Of98..agt3, reaorjlag, 815 Tm.,fiWJiC otj8g;mopoBpiptuPB6 saaaafc jroyfe, 13 Oi903d, to the aaMf aeaiUtaJL' AMK) eifrJafed of toe ageats re iHsf'ystlHirB9 aioUeaWctares; aaaaatfCoaVaaottawf'wJio uf alfcareJftaaTehaa'' expeH&tctf 'wKa a" .tMMtTwlWttse jfertaWaro-' JaatoTrtfaafef tonsil Iheai'aaMUrfa tonr. "-" "r TKere la a ttroag deawad for mora iaa0Br areata- rfB$ef; claV Drttrfeefl iMfrWeat'isVco-oper-aaWmai4: " f "Tisay-ksiati'ask for "more fun" or "ateft aakaa latereat" laTedacattea al'ttsu aadl tiere Is considerable eoaiplalat ot slow distribution. This last objection "tie oVpartnient hopes will Ve'SneT eT&aUy7byb!er eafcft. H5am&tT6"f aa$uatek state distribute lag ceaters. (Ml1 it LOST, STRAYED OR STOLEN From Woodford's farn, a brown mare mufe, 15 i-2. hands high.. The person who returns, or gives lnfor matlon so that the mule be recover- edwlll be awarded. C. 0; Levee, phone 327-1. - West, (82-tf) Little drops of grape Jutco Yeaat till ft ferments Mae the Volstead dictum Look" liko Ihirty cents. BURLEY POOL ELECTION Saturday, September 2 Mass meet ing at coturUjouse ln4 each, burlejr county to nominate candidatW tor aeiegaies; twice aman to go. no Do nated as county is' entitled to In con vention. Saturday, September 16 Election ot county delegates at elections held in courtnouses, voting to be by, bal lot and on official ballot only.. Voter may vote in person or send.bla bal lot In by another pejson or by, malLj Monday, September 18 Election of uistrict directors by delegates, elect ed, September 16 Meetings for elec tion, of, directors being held In ttia county or, each dlstrjc,t. winch, deliver ed most, tobacco oft921 crop to asso ciation. In case3 In which, djstrfct contains more than one county. Officers to bo appointed at mass meetings September 2 who will con duct the election otj delegates Sep tember 16. Official ballots, enough, for election and, more, to be sent to these officers in ample time, for elec tion. Every grower of tobacco who is a member of the association, whether off or new, entitled" "tf one vote, whether he grows one acre or one thousand acres. The hopeful sign is In the fact that 200 Hawaiian orchestras are strand ed in this country. The performers will have to forge their ukelele3 Into plowshares, or something. Sit down and be honest, with your self and you will discover that what you call your principles are merely your prejudices. Anericaa Legion News Col. Charles R, Forbes, director of the United States Veterans' tiuriau, has chosen, two more sites for veter an hospitals. With the selection of St. Cloud. Minn., as one of them It Is believed that Minnesota and near by sick and wounded veterans will be well talcea care of. The lack of hospitals la Minnesota caused the American Legion to collect a fund of its own and start building a hospital at Ro'chester. Thlshospilal will tako rooT'Detween lSoand350 mental ;case araoag "service men. Th"e lei felon's hospital, which &111 be oper ated In connection with the Mayo Wlnfc, will look after surgical and general cases. Director Forbes also 'nn'ouijced lhat he has decided kgalSStF ther Great Lakes naval train Wg'statlon 'as the sitojor a Michigan hospital rot3 m'entarcases. Instead f,6'6fl00 'will beTs5ent for a sanita rium at Camp Custer. The Michigan jiospital will' be of BOO beis capacity. 1 Ab far as can, be learned no fur ther announcement' has been made Regarding tfie establishment of a nfeSlal hospital In New York state. The New York legion has Just open fi'ftsown camp In the Adirondacks t&i the ckre of tubercular ex-service men. Several hundred of these dis eased veterans arTJeing housed, fed and doctored by the service men's or ganization. ' lirgezff need, according to'-published statements, exists In lhe EmpjfS"state 'foT'the quick erec tion of a hospital for mental cases. fjew Vorlc, 'western Pennsylvania and certain sections o the west are said to be h'ard3 hltby the number of men tally ' unbalanced1 veterans" for which these section's' h'ave to provide ac commodations. Ft f J.! " Canned vegetables, jams, potatoes, other foods and all sorts of camp equipment Is requested by the New York 'American L'egfon which has re cently opened its Adirondacks camp for tubercular world war veterans. The service men paid $85,000 for the site and have expended many more thousands on equipment in an effort to make inroads Into the rapidly in creasing ranks of veterans who are .suffering witE the disease. Current Business Conditions By GSORQl. E. ROBERTS vFfom tfae Ueethly. BuHetia far Aut Iwued, by Tb NtiaoJ City Bmfc of New Yk)- T HE leading topics of interest will cloie down, wages will stop everybody goes through the streets v ia thepit month have been for millions of people, food cannot more- freelyt becaaie 'of tliH;',1 th cropi and the ' strikes, be supplied to the cities, public What is1 Included' iH the rigfitt TW craps have come aling finely, utilities such as waterwdrks will strike?THe. right to 'quit1 work itt Xim WBMt crop, is fully as Targe as be unable to function and society itself li not, questionrd. The reii Um year", the corn crog" promises, will be faced with a calamity even denthas laid that the Govsrntaeut t4 V around 3,000,000,000; buihels greater than war, because women will'cotnpel no man to(vrorV igshm aiid 'other food aad feed crops are and children1 will suffer as much his will But the activitier of? the im" The amount of dairyprdd ashmen. union" c'oalnriinen and shopweU'rTT actagoing. into storage is larger It cannot be supposed that the far beyond the peaceful abaadoa aVaa last year. Altogether, the cost strikers are indifferent to th tuf- ment of their jobs in order to Iwt TaVing so ftr as foodstuffs' ire Cerfif tSulT tfir&tenfa, and' which ter " themselves elsewhere." Their all- classes actions and language show ttakfc iHKat their tlrty'kfe engaged (in an orgtJ9 r ia order effort" Ko' preVeht the public fraat orercnt it. but there ta as much bavins coal or transnortatioa r- ttcely to be short of , the. World's! obligation to protect the' com cept'npon "the conditions laid dwa aeeds. The tendency, of clothing' munity on one side as on the other, br thera. Combinations f that materials i!no Upward: but man- Every individual" and' group Has a kidd among "any other class f ulacturing costs are stightly lower responsibility to society but sor people, are against the law. LaW Hian last year. cietv lutcht not to be dependent organizations were excepted for Um aaacanfta-promises ;to; m oa aaout affects the. families ot ; ta same basis fpr the .coming, year1 alike? " Thejrmdst aasube m for the6ast TJi'e. cbUofii:rop, oppdhehti 'wilPgive waj aawever. is' duaocrointlfiK1 and tt . theV wnnldi nr this nnwt'r tit A' ia urder ..,'i... ::.. .l. JT..C,' "' 1VIIVIU1 IIIJUI Vt 11IC (iHWUbi The Intimation of the United States The improvement in industry unon flit era re of anv minority. Duroose'of. HvHir-them'ir stroarar has proceeded' so""" far that the It must have the power to protect position in dealing- with ctaptoycttL amount of enforcedj unemployment1 itself. ' but it never wis contemplated that of moderate prosperity but the' Thc Common Interest padlHg. strikes? have stopped the earain hat are beaidhlnif attymentaadiWssefW other quar- cnCes as they arise between mem- ample of refusing to hebaaad hr, tars. President (HardiHIIf has been' hers at the communityi r(!orrfiri the 'drciilnn". nt the Tjksr'rnMl active in his efforts to settle both to principles based Tipon equitnTher facts are 'that thetbfiipaaka Hwfcig. strike! nwfthddtharshA or in"d thT common interests, instead, have taken appeals ia certaia eaaaf aaasualt measures.; He, profipsed 0 allowing such issues to be to the courts, on the legal grossaf far. the, coal, industry thaU the foghtf outrwithT fists fflrclubi or' that the Board had axceedad m asikers ' return t& 'w?S5. 'St otherwise. The, appeal to force jurWdiction under the kw ThaVaT l l of 'tges Beulg" Kas no place in civilized society ex- a class of actions' frequently browgat ,d7 w ,5n. KS ,.t.r,.le.. b,aK thi,j cept as society itself may discipline agamst a new administrative boy ".U0!0 u?yiP"?,bI!F 'JSS "its unruly memhers. 'f ' to 'dfcterrairie authoritatively W aahiiSn? to b& appc-irited' by hi, it is a condition of every game scope of "it powers. Tafe'eraptOTca1 could render a dectstoni upohi ia which rivals contend that there have the same right toihriaftOfieSM SSL thi. cJmffii?iJ0- i l$tT' haU bc ru,el nd authdritytoeh- actions as the companies and ia ta wake a ihoroUgninvesUgatton force them and 'decide every ques- neither event is transnortatioa-,.. af;tkenndastry?"lookingtlo thfeJde- tioa;that ariieit Abolish tBei. unf- suipended by such an appear""'" elopmeat 'of a permanent pohcy pifc and the rules, and the, gaatej Tm rortsioas. o theO Railroad Pfescnratidn oi. peace and disappears. If .you care tor the. Act, which give instructions rela wholesome - working cbnditiobs.l g-fatftf slipport the' authority that tTve to the action of the Board ia Tfceimmers rejectedvthe ppsl. maintains ft. settfirfg wage disputes arev as The President has also Biade-ja The trouble with ihe strikers in follows: ' proposal for the settlement of the' these cases' Is not that they con- la determining the justness aad, ,lr'J.'-tI?Hv- buA M thisj writing' terld "for what they believe 'to be reasonableness of such wagea aad '"J.r?"!000 " V,ce-rxn,ne5L- . their rights, but that they refuse salaries'-oi1 wtfrkiiSg ; cokdltidas tfie " "Witlrthise strikes la inUdstrws to recognize that other rights are Board shall, so far as applicaMe0' rc Yi!- to'the pujUcf.welfare involved, and that all rights" aire take into consideration ameag. v. ui nit wj, iuc uuuyuK.. cnmica-io a iieannir lonerner anu otner relevant c rrtiniiinnM! . n oraeriy man- ij ine scales of wages paid matter of first for similar lnnd n( wnrllntbr there Ka1l,hii"ij- inJniln'.. -..aT and prices has taken place. In- methodof settlement that does not (2) The relation between wages dustnal costs, in which fael aad interfere with the common ser- and the cost of living. ' transportation are leading factors vices necessary to society.' (3X The hazards ot the emalor- are too high tor the prices-of -firm When it isf affirmed' that 'the pub- ment. " products and raw materials gen- lie interest must be paramount; it (A) The training and skill re- orally; and a full measure ef 'pros- does not follow that individual in- quired. perity cannot be realized while this terests are sacrificed. On the 'con- (5) The degree of respontibil- remains the case. trary individual interests are' pro- ity. It goes without saying that the tected by the' maintenance of pub- (6) The character and regular two strikes are a very grave lie authority. That is illustrated ity of the employment; and "" menace to the public welfare. The by the regulation of traffic in the (7) Inequalities of increases in industries cannot ran withotjt coal streets of a crowded city. The wages or of treatment, the result aad transportation sarvict. Ualais regulations are a restraint apoa ia- of previous wage orders or adjast a settlement is reached, talafetriaa. dividual-frstdom in thestraata, bat asaats. m nw vail HMaiHMItf- k r.rfm uu iui iu, uuwi, stiuuun ii io auiuuicauon in a caaaot'be said lhat complete' and ner. Moreover, the eouitable readiustment, ov wasres imnortine i tint m Prize ivinners Crowy-Collecting N Contest (, t i ifhmtm CRUSH Wt mmm Listed below are the cash- prize winners in cIose In-addHion, 20 mcrchndrtc prize were awarded,' p n ' The object of the Contest was to nuke the PUB-V4cquj5td;wjth th licHMis,nes of Oric-Crush, Lemoij- Crush and Lime-Crush, largest selling ftwkfeval P&eiw?: in- te or,d- And viewed from every angle the Contest was a To all who entered the Contest we extend 8li!W.4vrtfefen- FoUow' lag is the hit oleash pnze winners: First Prize, Bud Tucker, City : $15:00 SecqucUcize, Moatgomery Grocer,C C.. OjOgij Thrd Pijizj3, J. 0. Rankin, City , $, ,5.00 Fourth Prize, Delia Rankin, City ;- i? Fifth Group of Four $2.50 Each Sam Hinkh3, Cajligjl. FDNoX Auty Griffith, Cit. ' V. L. Williams, Cjty. B. D. Miller, City. Sixth Group of Five $2.00 Each Rfartha Jobe, City. Bjrgce Smopt, City. Mrs, Claude Foley, City. Jame8 Belle, City. ' Charlie Wrjg&t, City. The "Crushes"- are sold in bottles by leading dealers; also, served at fountains. Prepared only by Orange-Crush Company, Chicago, Winnipeg, London Distributed exclusively by PIT. STERLING BOTTLING WORKS Phone 265 Mt. Sterling, Kentucky WSSJSi'uR? government that a payment of the French war loans would be appreci ated has caused a decided tightening of (he purse strings ot tree spending Parisians, according to a report re ceived at the .national headquarters of the American Legion. The gaiety and free spending of the common people that has always marked Bas tille Day, were not In evidence this year on July 14. Pleasure resorts of every sort, as well as wine shops and restaurants, have experienced a de cided falling off in patronage during the last few months, according to the report to sell magazines is turned over to the legion for investigation. condlUons prevailing in that city during last year's American Legloa convention. He discovered that city and police officials of Kansas City had no criticism to make concerning the way in which the 160,000 visit- Aberdeen. The colony, which has ing ex-service men conducted theaa been going some months, is part of ' selves. As proof that the men did the American Legion's plan to pro-'nothing distasteful, Superintendent A tent colony, composed ot jobless ex-service men has sprung up in the South Dakota wheat regions, near vide farms with labor and at the same time do away with veteran un employment. , A mountain camp on Big Tupper Lake has just been purchased by the New Yor.k department of the Ameri can Legion. The camp will be used as( a vacation resort by the service! mon. The legion paid 5S5.000 cash for the property. , Approximately 10,00,0, acres of land in Newr Mexico will be taken over by veterans ot the world war, accord ing to aj announcement by the land oWe of the United StaUjs depart tamX of ierior., The land, which was formerly wltljdran under the reclamation act for reservoir sites, las 'b'een resjoi; aid wH be subject to eJrtry at th,e. land ctfice at Las Crucfl' N. IhL The' American Legion advises prospective homesteaders to Write immediately to the offices at Las Cruc.e5 for Information. A Btranger membc of the Ameri can Legion, out of work and with no money, found a gold necklace while walking down the street in Aberdeen, S.D. "insteading o'f ''hocking" the jewelry for a meal or two, he turned it over to the local legion headquar tors, asking tha they find the owner. The Maryland, court of appeals has reversed, the decision, ot a lower court andhflld th,e recently passed state bonus bill unconstitutional in form. American Legion and other voteran organizations have started work on a new measure which will bo submitted to tho next general as sembly. Tho new bill will be design ed to meet the objections ot the high court to the lost one. Before its pres entation to the assembly 10,000 Mary land voters will sign the bill. The mill workers' strike at Man chester, N. H has reached such pro portions that the American Legion has open Its club house to them and has established soup kitchens. Porsou8 who have suddenly ac quired world war records, wound strlpos and a desire to help other disabled veterans by soliciting sub scriptions to equally bogus maga zines have so aroused the American Legion and municipal authorities at Syracuse, N. Y-, that the two forces haves combined against such fako so liciting Anyone seeking a license One thousand uniformed members ot the American Legion will assist the police in handling the 150,000 vis itors expected at the American Le glpn national convention in New Or leans next October, according to plana announced by Police Superin tendent Mdlony. The legionnaires will aid the nollca In romilatlne the bic crowds thronging tho parade route and will serve as provost guards la tho business section. A former army officer probably1 will be placed in charge of the provost guard force. J During a recent trip to Kansas City Superiateadent Molbny' Investigated Mpnlony said Kansas City official would welcome theopportunlty to have tho organization again chooaa Kansas' City 'aaT their convention city. In fact, Kansas City endeavored ta have this year's convention heK there. ' .. 4 . . j.i m FOR SALE AND EXCHANGE-" On Logan avenue ana 7th street. In Paris, Ky., a two-story brick resi dence, with all the modern improve ments. The residence Is on a lot S0x20p feet; has 9 rooms, porches and balls. This is desirable proper ty, well worth the money. See H. C. McKee. (71-tf) WM. CRAVENS Auctioneer Can Get Yen Highest Price Phone 143 Special Bargain Offer 1! i I 1 r t THE, LEXINGTON? HERALD DMLY Central Kentucjky'$ Leading Democratic Neypparjer AND THE MT. STERLING ADVOCATE (TWICE A WEEK Montgomery County's Leading Nevyspaar, BOTH ONE YEAR ONLY $6-50 The regular price of the Herald is $6.00. and The Advo cate ia $2.00 per year, but by special arrangement', we are enabled to make the above extraordinary offer. The Herald daily and Sunday and The Advocate $8 (Regular value $9.50) Make all remittances to the MT. STERLING ADVOCATE This offer subject to being withdrawn at any time.