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By Ben Ed Doane
JASPER, UUB.im COUNTY, INDIANA
" Entered a? cond-claas matter at the
post office at Jaiper, Ind. under the act
of March 3, 1W
ji i n -1.0Ü Per YeaT.
inii taptn tfijuleel regularly to i
laorcrioeu ixnül i Jen nUe order to dis-rovV-rf$
t received and all arreari paid
i fu'ii, n -vd in fie discretion of the
p-bii'iher a different course should be
eo ' 0 advisable.
FRIDAY, DEC. 27, 1918
- - itiiil !
An extensive use of 'corn
grain ration is advisable,
Cheap high piotein concen
trates should be purchased tc bal
ance the home grown grains.
Prepare a standard grain mix
ture and feed in accordance with
Feed 9ne pound of the grain
mixture for each 3 or 3 round?
of average testing (4 percent)
Grain Mixtures For Dairy Cows
When alfalfa, clover or other
leguminous hay is feed, use:
Ground corn, 4 parts: bran or
oats, 2 pa,ts; Cottonseed meal, 1
When no leguminous hay is
Ground corn, 1 part, bran, or
oats, 1 part, Cotton seed meal, 1
H. C THOMPSON,
County Agricultural Agent.
May Allison Starts Fad In Trousers
in Slew Play.
May Allison wears trou ers in
"Kate of Keatucky" her newest
Metro pro luction, which s near
ing comp.tAion at Metro's west
coast studios in Hollywood
Miss A inn
shcrt while only, and has r
worthy moti e for doing so. I
i? to save her sweetheart from
car and feathers -et ch j hands oi
Kentuckv moor shuirs.
Tnat is the only way that Kafr
Kendall (played by Miss Alison)
RUCK MEN SEE
Will Serve to Stimulate a Com
munity Spirit and Have Far
We art in n-reipi of "Review"
hptt r tu rned a "roast" by Dr.
Geo B Edenhacter, Supt. of the
Central Indiana Hospifal for In
sane. It is a rerort to Gov Good
ri h in reDlv to John C. Bagley,
Ass't State Fire Marshal, We
beüeve that the Hire marstiais in
spection and report was made to
onnhlo i Hp Govpnor to nnd cause
to remove th( venerable doctor,
and his reply is red hot At least
that is the way it apnea s to one
Who reads between Jines, and
perhaps thv old saperintendent
has served long enougn. iyiosc
men oecome mossbacks after hav
ing held the same office ten years.
County Agent Notes.
Office. Upstairs in iho Court House at
Jasper. I will be in -ha ofliee all day
Saturday and Mondav rooming and at
other times when not busy in the helds.
Office hours: 8 to 12 A. M. and 1 to 5 P.
M. Phone 22Ü.
The Pi Club Contest.
I The first contest or the Dubois
County Pure 'rtd Pig Club has
closed and the vinners will be
announced at this time. The
conreet was based on raising a
breeding gilt of the Big Type
Poland China from 50 to eighty
pounds in weight to breed age
and weight, the latter being
somewhere arouud 200 pounds.
Samuel Wuuinger, Jasper Ind.
K. R. 2 received fir-1 honors, Ld
wad Ser crs'i Ireland e
ceiv d b cond hj ors and the
went - Vaclvl Breidenbach,
Jasper K. R 2.
Thp Annual Com School that
was scheduled r the week . be
ginning with J
has b en car , ;
the infl v z"
thin 501 p
betf " Co r
bois Cot t
M. E. Noblet, secretary of the
Hoo&ier State Automobile Associa
tion, believes the Rural Motor Express
and Return Loads program will serve
to stimulate a community spirit that
will have far reaching influence. Mr.
Noblett declares the three great eco
nomic advantages increased food
production, conservation of labor and
relief of the railroads, are sufficient
justification for the extension of the
enterprise. But he sees, also, through
the more general use of the motor
truck, a welding into closer relation
ship and better understanding, the
country producer and the city con
sumer; the facilitation of the rural
mail delivery, the increased interest
in and support of good roads move
ments, and finally and most impor
tant of all, a direct contribution to
the national forces engrossed with
the problem of winning the war.
Richmond and other Indiana cities,
outside of Indianapolis, have wit
nessed the development of the useful
ness of the motor truck as a common
carrier. Individual truck owners had
found much encouragement in estab-
llishing routes over which they made
regular trips, delivering merchandise
from the Richmond wholesale houses
to the small town dealers witlwn r
radius of thirty miles, and bringing
back produce and other tonnage froii
the small towns and farms. Passen
ger tramc also was profitable. Th
possibilities of the system appealer
to a wealthy corporation, which estab
lished more than a dozen high
powered, large capacity trucks, which
until the war upset local condition
and depleted man-power necessary
for the operation of the system, wat
one or the most valuable assets the
During the severely cold wintei
months the trucks assisted in clear
ing the roads for ordinary traffic, anc
especially for the rural mail carriers.
Only on one or two days, when, dur-
; the spring thaws, did the unim,
proved roads make truck travel im- Remain the dollars I should pay
possible, was it necessary to suspend To buy a Liberty Bond today!
the schedules. The result has been . , WILLIAM F. KIRK.
that these soft roads have been im
nroved with gravel and it has been
jsauTwfth trutE, that tfie "Wayne
(county highways average above those
i of any other county in the state. The
i motor truck is to be credited with
;much of the incentive for this evl
dence of the necessity of a high stan
dard of road maintenance.
The economic value of the Rural
Motor Express and Return Load
Bureaus are not confined to the pub
lic which enjoys quick, efficient serv
ice therefrom. The truck driver also
is an enthusiast on the subject of the
possibilities of the system. C. L. Macy
of Mooresville, Indiana, who has been
driving a motor truck to Indianapolis
daily, speaks authoritatively as a rep
resentative of the men upon whom d
rectly rests the responsibility as ;
representative of the men upon whorr
directly rests the responsibility for
the success of the plan.
Mr. Macy was one of the original
boosters of the Return Load Bureaus.
He realized the wastage of a return
trip with an empty truck. He knew
his possibilities in relieving the estab
lished. common carriers of the bur
den of the short-haul freight, and was
quick to enroll with the Return-Load1
Bureau of the Chamber of Commerce
at Indianapolis. He now adds to his
revenue and efficiency, with a very
little additional expenditure of energy
or motive power.
"This Return-Load idea is th
goods," said Mr. Macy. "Why, should i
I not haul a load back? It doesn't j
take milch more time and only a lit-,
tie more work and it does a lot more
good. . ;
"The -people are being educated out!
our way to this Return-Load idea an
the - difficulty of getting the return
load is passing away all the time.
"Of course, we can afford to haul
cheaper with loads both ways. That's
plain.' Why, we can nearly cut it in
two nol quite.
"We truck men are doing a big jol
and it will be bigger as the month's go
by. Nobody suspected a year ago
that we'd be hauling what we are
now. $ut the possiDinties ot it are
great. It amounts to this that mos!
of the .short-haul hauling will be done
by the motor truck."
JEUUI AXLE GREASE
And don't -have
but orue a
wills &y CHAS. C. STOLL OIL CO;
I ivm i lit v 4J
vn rv -
3vx "kzm im mmw ipsa
X Jll till
.Send that nexi printing order to
JOB PfiJATOG -D3
TyAT WILL GIVB YOU HIGHEST OnALTTY
LOWEST PßICES & 5UiERtOR,E&?4CB
LIBERTY LOAN VISDQM
God Be With Our Boys Tonight!"
bounds lovely and is true,
3ut when you pray DIG UP AND
fust go and buy a BOND today
Vnd you'll be with them, too!
vvh.o steals my purse steals trasli
if m my purse, all gone to
8 We Aim to Please 4
-try '" - x ' Hi,
CH A NCE
- account cf
", that is
j of the Dc
:. c 'ders As
., a Heiland
on Dec, 12ih wu Btcenaea,
considering the eatlie and was
a F'-cess. Th se having stock
there for ku lei-rned the princi
ples of preparing animals for a
sale and the t. .xt season will find
a bigger and belter sale. It will
do you good o belong to this as
sociation and sell your pedigreed
stock through its sales when ever
they are held. m
Feeding Dairy Cows
Make an exietsiveuse of home
grown feeds for milk production
Clover, alfalfa, soi m beans or
cow peas, hay in addition to sil
age supplies a satisfactory rouh
age for winier feeding.
Feed all the roughage a cow
Corn silage r an excellent sup
plement foi pasture during the
ry summer month'.
can g n aecees to the s cet con
claves of tl e mountain cUnsmen.
So she impersonates one of tnem
and at the critical moment is able
to turn their attention from hei
sweetheart to a wild scramble to
save their own skirs. Htnee the
trousers on Miss Al ison
This is one of th many amus
ing incidents in "Kae of Ken
tueky" w ich is an original melo
drama of blue grass and whitt
lights, written and cdapted bj
r - tv T 1 l rr. . T
ueorg'e u. rai unii uin 0'
The newest Allison vehicle
promises to be gumptious in love
ly natural settings. It abounds
in exteriors for which some of
the most roted beauty spots of
sou hem California were used as
These inc'uded the rugged
woodlands in the heart of Topan
go Canvon, near Santa Morica,
and the magnifiant peak of the
San Bernardino fountains, at
Pine Crest, where the Allisoo
company spent more than a w ek
getting some superb "shots."
Robert T- Thornby, recertly
of the Fox forces, is Miss Allison's
director, and her camera man is
Willi: m L Jftldew.
Tiie Same Old Dray.
Just because you
Have written home
To the town "Bladder"
And told them h?w
Many Boche planes
Down and they printed
Your picture and
Said, " w hat a brave
Boy is he!" and just
Because they all
Write those nice
Things to you and
Ever., thing, don't
Let it go to your
War is over and you -Get
back you svill
Still drive the
Same dray- Thatjs; " 1
All for now.
over $1,000,000 in 60 day?; and the "tfn- the bluest year in the his'ory of Ken
Mann Oil Company, since 1907 his made jtukv Oi!f, und 191U should 8nrpa?p all
550,000,000 in protir?: sixty live dollars lorv-oun vear?.
invfstft l in the Kern O'J Company hna iOil Oomounv b
paid or ir SlG.000 dollars n dividends,
and the Qmker City Oil Company paid
a ca?h ivideud of $2,000 oa each $50
share of stoc ul thn Houston Oil Com
pany pai 1 a atock dividend of 000 per
cent, Th-- investors in tho e Companies
some oi vhom have uever seer the oil
wells, stared a y u will start, pe-haps
with a ra )d ?t invest raant, incroaain it
aa vour cirniucs doible an 1 trebie.
THK PROPERTY. Th BOSTON
KENTUCKY OIL C0MP1NY is incor
poraaeil under the laws of the state of
Delaware, Capitol s'oak $250,000, fall
paid an i non-assessable. No pre'errnd
stock and n.) bonds. All share will
WARNING: With our next advertisement Boston-Kentucky will advance to Twenty Cents per share.
FORTUNES IN OIL ARE BEING MADE IN KENTUCKY
THERE ARE thousands of people
who have won their way to fortune and
HfelDngin ependente through a pood
investment in oil. Right now, the Gov
ernment is urginsr the levelopmant of
ftven' acre of Oil Lands in this countrc
Prices for oil were never higher, oil is
here, Billions and Billions of gallons,
and the BOSrON-KENfTOKY CIL
Company id going to do its ßhare in
supplying this great dem ind. Your op,'
portnnity to "G t Ahead" an Bhaie in
the profits is here, .bor quick fortunes
etaggernp; profits and overwhelming
wealth-creating possibilities, nothing
like the oil business has ever heu
known Fortunes are often realized in
the twinkling of an eye millionaires
made over night, and everyone from
the millionaire ha? an equal opp rtunity
to participate according to the amount
he can afford to invest.
The BOSTON-KENTUCKY OIL Com
pany tells you how to invest to get the
mo-t from o I. It does not matter how
small vour means, how little surplus vou
mav häve available for investment pur
poes the opportunity for you tr Becure
an interest in the oil business is just an
great in proportion as though you had
a miillon dollar to invest. The judgment
ar.d advice of the directors of this Com
pany is to buy as many 8hare3 as you
can or the Boston-Kent icky Oil Com-
pauv. Tnatr h ineuuiy auvice uuu auuum
shou'd tdd ma eriallv to
the Consta t , incrennng production.
People MVfr'wherr tr wi:dly enthu.i
h so -ver the e new delds and in the
c )urB of a few months the good news
wilt b spread to th investors who hv t
eh 9n w-r)v ind w-all.
(JXIJöAL profit-tnking opportun
ity. Wiiho i4.('-3t or obligation the B )d-tuti-K
ntuck , oil ( mpanv will gi o
i n ev pure laser of BOSl'OK-
KEN l'lJCKY eh rps, nn option on n
eq:i J nu nbr of shares a, the price paid
at he ti'LO A original purchase. Thia
ou ijnmiy he .aken up at any time
witain six aio ithe 'rom Dec. 1st 1918
regardless of the rhng prict at vhirS
narticioate equally in eadi and every the - tr may th n b sötlinc for.
dividend. Tue propsrtiea of the Bot m j 1 AKtf PtlE -JO 5T of thU wonderfn'l
Kentucky Oil Com pany crmprwe 1,3 ) opjortanny NO W invent io oil r ao
acres adjacent to the well known Re- Vs ir-e f i th p itim whre a little of
land Oil Field in Rowan County, Ke i . y ur suriUiM mou- y m v jrinir you biz-
tucty, and ms a 'res in yiay uuui ,
The Boton-Kentucky Od Uompanv
owns all its lands in lee ana nas n'
Leases, no Royalties and no rentals o
pay. Every indication points to the
success of the Boston-Kentucky OU
Company as in close proximity are the
great oil wells of many dividend paying
THE PROSPECT. Every day the
press of thi'j Connt.y mentions the im
portance of pooducing mo e oil. 1GS,G50
R3R D-fillon of oil were shipofad out of
o-ivA vm and vonr family a start on the
'R iad to Prosperity. n Recent reports
snow the possibilities for you in the Boston-
Keatucky Oil Company ; for instance
the (Tipsy Pool recently produced more
thm l nnn 000 barrels of oil and mfcde
m j w v w j " - - -w
. -r-r r i -iry. vm tnnrTri i rTAv I HOW TO BUY
UAöli rAliviai airnjuaiivwi SHARES
1? T .Coon Pnmnnnv. I
im Devonshire St. Boston Mass $7 50 buys 50 shares
EnuloseJ herewith find $ in fu 1 payment
for share of the BOSTON- KENTUCKY
OIL COMPANY at locper share. I am als 3 to
receive an option on the same number Qof share s
at the same price.
- Name r
80 'ON KENTUCKY i- a conservative
)o mpanv. mamge I bv me who know
ow to produce oi'. ?lvh nee rage U nn
usually large mil th. capit iliz&tion un
uSiiily SDi.dl. B xy jour edure now" at
rh pr sent low price o( Ijc per ehate
Kefre dri ;iag br8. Tie price will
40 up a tlie drui tpes down. Make
mon i by buying be! jre the a ivance in
prce. This oürjriag will not wait act
now obey that impulse till out the n-
acaei aupiicatinn Dlank on either the
Kentucky in 1 17, a remarkable increase jcash or partial payment olan and mail it
over the previous year, and PJlb will be j today.
MAIL TH1SCOUPON TODAY ;
PARTI VL PAYMENT APPLICATION '
E. P. Gage Company,
161 Devonshire St. Beaton, Mass.
15.00 bays 100 shaies
30.00 buys 200 shares
45.00 buys 300 shares
CO 00 buys 400 shares
75 CO bays 500 chafes
150.00 buys 10t0 shares
Enclosed herewith nid $. a5 first Diym'nt
of ONE THIRD rn shares ioi the Capi ai
Stock of the BOSTON-KENTUCKY OIL CO W-
rAo i nt loc per snare, me balance to b
i 1 1 i .
uqiui monuiiy payments. 1 an also to re
ceive an option on the same number of shares at
the erme price
References: Dun or Brads.reet, Hanover Trust Company -T
Tremont Trnst Company, International Trust Co.
Reghtar aud Transfer Ajent; Hanover Trust Company,
Auditors: Bureau of Business Statistics.
Make All Checks, Dafta or Money Order- Pavable To
E. P. GAGE (' CM PA NY
Investment Bankers ' k
161 Devonshire Street, B ston, Mass.