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404 More Applications Made
This Year Than Last. Bishop
M. Murry Head of Board.
Seven hundred and forty churches
have ninde application to the Board'
of Extension of the Methodist Epis
copal church, South, for building
loans, this being -104 more applications
than last year, $000,000 is available by '
the Board for immediate distribution
on loans, but the applications amount-,
ed to more than $J,U)0,000 t
At a meeting of the Extension'
Board held Friday in the offices of
the board on Fourth street, Louisville,
Bishop W. F. McMurry, of St. Louis,
was elected president to succeed T. .
L. Jefferson. Rev. S. H. C Burgm
was elected secretary to succeed Rev.'
Dr. H. A. Boaz, who resigned to
accept the presidency of the Southern
Methodists University, Dallas, Texas.
There were five. other candidates for
the secretaries position.
Chairman of the Loan Committee
announced that loans up to $50,000
would be made, dollai for dollar, on
amounts raised by negro Methodists
Episcopal churches for building pur
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FALLS OF ROUGH, KY.
A Few Fall Boars
Ready for Service
A few smaller boars and
gilts and some gilts bred
. for summer farrow.
W. J. OWEN & SONS
PROMINENT INDIANA FARMER
CURED OF RHEUMATISM BY TAKING
NUMBER 40 FOR THE BLOOD
Newburgh, Indiana. April 1", 1919.
'I suffered with rheumatism for sev
eral years and tried numerous rem
edies with little or no benefit. Num
ber 40 For The Blood was recom
mended to me and 1 have used in all
six bottles and am entirely cured,
and have ha J no symptoms of the
disease for over two years." Frank
Stacer. Number 40 encourages rapid
elimination of morbid and unhealthy
products used in the treatment of
chronic enlargements of glands, in
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That cut was made from an actual photograph of 6 Ames
workmen putting the "third degree" test to an untired Ames
buggy wheel, picked at random from a carload lot. They put their com
bined weight on the rim. When they stepped off the wheel sprang bock
to its original shape without a crack, break, or even a bit of loosening tc the
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RICHARD P. ERNST.
CANDIDATE NOTED FOR
EXTENSIVE CHARITY WORK
EDUCATOR AND T LEADER
Ardent Supporter of Movement
To Wipe Out Illiteracy
It Is liiinlly ni'ct'ssary to 'Introduce
Richard I'. Knist. whoso candidacy
for the United Stuti's Senate has just
been announced, to the average Ken
tuckhiu. UN name has appeared throughout
the state in connection with charitable
movement, war c.unpu'friis. church
mid missionary work and dries to aid
u.e -sciioo,.-, au.i m-himh ie.u-iier.s, e.e-
dally In the mountain dintrlct.
ins ciiiininiiie won;, uggressm-noss1
niui progrt'ssiveness m civic move
ments anil itional popularity have
made him one of the most generally
admired men In Northern Kentucky.
Ills extensive work in the Interests
of his state and Its people began im
mediately upon Mr. Krnst's graduation
from the famous Old Centre College,
bauvllle, where he was valedictorian
of his cla.ss.
Admitted to Bar.
. was admitted to the onr in K"n-
of the spleen and liver. Encourages
the flow of bile and corrects catarrhal
conditions. Used with advantage in
ccema and skin eruptions of what
ever character and in general run down
conditions of the system. Made by
.1 C. Mendenhall, Evcnsville, Ind., 40
years a druggist. The best druggist in
your neighborhood sells Number 40, but
if it happens that he does not. send di
rect to J. C. Mendenhnll Medicine Com
pany, Evansville, Indiana, and receive
it delivered to vou at $1.25 per bottle,
six bottles for '$7.00.
See the Ames Here
Coma and eo how trong, snappy, ttylith, light
running, and cuy ruling iho Amci jttlly It.
E. A. HARDESTY,
THE BRKCKEHRIDGE MCWf, CLOVBRgORT, KENTUCKY
1 ' "Wl
ton county after examination by Sen?
ntor John W. Stevenson nnd' Judge
Wllllnm It. Arthur and since has prac
ticed law In Covington and Cincinnati
with the same aggressiveness and suc
cess that have featured every move
ment worth while into which he has
directed his efforts.
Glancing over the long list of his
activities one can bee that he contin
ually has enlisted himself In move
ments In which he could accomplish
best .results for the people.
As trustee and a member of the Ex
ecutive Committee of Old Centre Col
lege, Kentucky State University at
Lexington, and of IMkcville College,
his excellent ndvlce and assistance in
matters of importance have been ex
tremely beneficial to the students.
Wars On Illiteracy.
Recently he has tuken a deep Inter
est .In the cnmpnlgn teachers are wag
ing for increased salaries and has
been taking nctive steps to secure bet
ter pay both for the teachers of the
state and for the professors In our col-
j leges rind universities. The mountain
schools especially appeal to him and
he has been an ardent supporter of
th(, lll0Vement to wipe out illiteracy
nlld to orfor residents of the mountain
dstr,cts 1)utter fnc,Ueg for education.
Sir. Ernst's continuous help has
been received by the churches of the
state, regardless of denomination. He
Is an elder and succeeded, his father
tin superintendent of the Sunday
school, their terms of service cover
ing a period of nearly 80 years. He
has been looking nfter educational and
missionary work In the mountains, as
chairman of the State Committee of
his church, and has succeeded In more
than doubling the amount heretofore
given for this purpose.
And his work does not 'end there.
II.' Is president of the Covington Y.
M. C. A. and a member of the Nation
al War Council. As head of the Y.
M. C. A. he has been mainly instru
mental in erecting one of the most
complete and modern buildings to be
Son In Active Service.
He was active vin every form of war
work and gave continuously of bis
time, lnbor and money, whenever
called upon. His only son was serv
ing at the front in France, as a enp
tnin In the regular army, when the
armistice was signed. He haJ en
tered the army as a private during the
Mexican trouble and later passed his
examinations at Washington, winning
a second lieutenancy. Mr Ernst's
son-in-law, John P. Darnall, of Flem
Ingsburg, volunteered as n private and
ulso was In active service at the frout.
His wide and extensive business and
professional experiences, as counsel
lor and advjsor to many large financial
and manufacturing concerns, has been
of unlimited value to his state and
community, as he has been called upon
many times to give ndvlce when n,at"
tint! 'of big moment were being consid
ered. , .
Jlr. Krnst's record of service In the
Republican party Is a long one.
Good Republican Record.
Ilegliinliig as Councilman In Coving
ton, die was kept In olllce by members
of both parties until he Insisted on re
tiring. For many years he wns on the
State Central Committee und for four
yeuw served us Its chairman. He has
represented his district a number of
times at National (Jonventions and also
has been one of the "Big Four" from
his state. It was ho, who, while state
chairmen, established stute headquar
ters ut Louisville, since continuously
mulntalned by the party. He also lias
bcyn u liberal financial supporter of the
.purty during till three years and one
of Its wise counsellors.
Mr. Ernst's father was William
Ernst, a bunker ut Lexington, subse
quently Covington. His mother wns
Saruh A. Dutler, u Jessamine county
It w.as through Mr. Ernst's Instru
mentality that the Covington Indus
trial Club was doveloped und through
bis efforts thut the cumpuign, to erect
a iniiKiilncent heudquarters for this" re
'murkable civic organization was uuc
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GETS RID OF HER
TROUBLES AT 75
"Tanlac is Certainly a Fine
Medicine For Elderly Peo
ple," She Says.
Among the many Kentucky people
who have recently testified to the
powers of Tanlac is Mrs Nannie
Chappell, residing at 3724 Old Third
street, Louisville, who in relating her
"I am now seventy-five years of age,
but I doubt if there arc many women
that old who feel any better than I
do since taking Tanlac. Why, during
all the years of my life I have, never
seen or heard of a medicine to equal
it, for a few bottles have relcived me
of a case of rheumatism, nervousness
and'indigestion that had troubled me
for twenty-three years. Sometimes my
lower limbs hurt me so bad I could
n't walk and at times my arms pained
me so I couldn't raise my hands to
comb my hair. I had several attacks
every year and while they were on mc I
could neither get up or down without
help. Many a time I got so nervous
I would shake like a leaf and just
dreaded to sec night come, for it was
impossible for mc to sleep. My ap
oetitc left me. too, and everything I
ate disagreed With me.
"Finally I got so bad off with this,
rheumatism that I couldn't stay on j
my feet any longer. While I was1
down in bed my son, who is a pas-
senrrpr engineer on the Louisville and,
1 Nashville railroad came to see me and
said, 'Mother you remember how 1 1
suffered so long with stomach trouble
and could hardly eat at all, and lost
weight and' thought I would have to
quit work. Well, you see me now
wpitrliinp two hundred and fifteen
pounds, and in such' a good condi
tion that I can eat pork or anything
An Accurate Corn Planter Is One of
Your Best Friends
The Accurate Drop Corn Planter
The real reason for using a corn planter is
to save time. However, if the planter is not
accurate, it "would pay better to plant by
hand. Accuracy in a corn planter means uni
form drop the desired number of kernels
in each and every hill. If the planter is not
accurate, a loss in yield will result.
Accuracy in planting has been the main
object in designing the John Deere No. 999
Com Planter. The advantage of using this
planter is, that with proper handling it will
plant two, three or four kernels in the hill,
as desired. Everyone of these machines is
rigidly inspected before leaving the factory.
The seed-dropping-device on this planter
is an improvement over all other seed-dropping
'devices. 'The John Deere No. 999 is
equipped with John Deere Natural Cell Fill,
Edge Delivery Seed Plates. The surface of
the hopper bottom and the openings' to the
seed cells ar oblique or sloping. The weight
of the corn in the hopper causes the seed
to move toward and enter the cells of Jhe
seed plate in its natural position. The ker
nels do nol have to be tipped on edge, and,
therefore, each cell is filled readily.
The Full Variable Drop Planter
The John Deere No. 999 Planter has a
variable drop consisting of a train of gears
constantly in mesh. ' With this device, two,
three or four kernels can be planted as de
sired merely by 'shifting the foot lever. The
gears are enclosed in an oil-tight case, and
it never is necessary to remove them from
this case, which is dust-proof.
The driving mechanism has this advan
tage over the ordinary it never is separat
ed., Other devices open and close at every
action of the fork by the wire and are con
FORDSVILLE PLANING MILL COMPANY
Jake WiUon, .Manager.
else r want and my health just per
fect. Tanlac did this for me and' I'm
going to get you a bottle.' So he did
and almost as soon as I begin takinrf
if) I felt better. In a few days I had
a good appetite and was able to get
out of bed. I have takjn three bottles
of Tanlac now and am feeling like a
different person. Every sign of the
rheumatism is gone and I am not only
able to sleep soundly every night but
I usually take a nap during the day.
Tanlac is certainly a fine medicine
for old people and I will gladly tell
anyone personally just wiat it has
done for me."
"Tanlac is sold in Clovcrport at
Wedding's Drug Store. Advertise
ment. HIGH INSTANCE.
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WARNED PRODUCE &
stantly being released under strain, causing
considerable wear and reducing "the life of
the most important parts of the planter. The
device on the John Deere No. 999 Planter
can be shifted at any time in the travel of
The John Deere No. 999 is a real variable
drop planter it varies the distance in drill
ing as well as the number of kernels per hill
in hilling, and gives a greater variety of dis
tances without the use of extra sprockets
All corn plates on this planter have 16
cells; therefore, the same drilling distances
can be obtained as on planters having 8, 12
and 16-cell plates, and wihtout the change
Hilling or DrilUng
Change from hilling to drilling or back to
hilling is made instantly. No extra attach
ments or extra tools are required. Simply
pressing the foot lever makes the change.
The foot drop provided on this planter
is of special use in hill dropping with the
foot ; also when planting rows at the ends of
Plants Many Varieties oi Corn
Seed plates can be furnished for handling
practically any kind of corn ; also sorghum,
milo, maize and other seeds.
The improved form of cut-off has aquick
action. The spring knocker causes each ker
nel to be discharged upon the valve without
There are no ridges or obstructions in the,
valves to catch and hold the kernels. Suf
ficient opening it left jusj: above the upper
valve to enable operator to see the kernels
as they are collected for the hill.
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