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J. W. WEBER!
'. " Chiropodist
All troubles of the
removed without the knife.
Dr. Weber comes highly recommended.
Office at Main and Broadway, Jordon Bldg., up
stairs Every Monday and Thursday.
Bcforo a natural born loader gets
a following, his birthright must first
Other things may bo scarce. But
thero are always enough sour grapes
to go around.
What has bccomo of the old-fashioned
man who had to havo his wife
tic his necktio for him?
He that loveth sUver shall not bo
satisfied with silver, nor ho that
loveth abundanco with increase.
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INDICTS OWN PARTY'S RECORD
It would be difficult to imagine n
more scathing indictment of the
present Republicnn-controllcd Con
gross than that uttered by ono of its
own leaders, Representative James
R. Mann, of Illinois,, former Repub
lican floor lender in tho House.
Speaking on the floor of tho House
recently, Mr. Mann said:
"Congress has been in almost con
tinuous session for almost a year.
The Republican side has a reasona
bly largo majority. If wo say to
tho country, as wo will say if this
rule passes, that tho Republican ma
jority in a year's time has been un
able to bring in legislation and per
fect it Vherc it is subject to amend
ment, it acknowledges its impotency
and its incapacity. It will be called
to the attention of your constituents
on every stump that tho Republican
party has not enacted much re
constructive legislation, and it will
bo told in addition that the Republi
can majority of tho House -was
afraid to enact legislation under tho
ordinary rules and was incapacitat
ed from following the ordinary prac
tice." Mr. Mann was denouncing' the rule
prohibiting amendments to and lim
iting debnte on the bonus bill, a bill
(intended to raise a billion and n half
dollars. Tho "steering committee"
had ordered the bill 0. K.'d by it to
be pnssed, or no bill at all, nrid both
Democrats and Republicans de
nounced the rule because it forbade
them the opportunity of even offer
ing amendments to remove objec
tionable taxation features. Minor
ity members desired to amend the
bill to raSse the bonus money by tax
ing war profits, but the "steering
committee" had ordered tho tax
passed to the consumer;
The rule having been adopted, we
have Mr. Mann's word for it that
the Republican party "acknowledges
its impotency and incapacity."
A man with aBad Record should
emulato tho Tarbaby": "Lay low an'
say nuffin'. "
Every Office Employee can and will use
a 1 0-Key Dalton
Time is the most precious com
modity of any office. Figuring
machines should be purchased
that can and will be used by
And unless a machine invites
use thru its simplicity, it will not
be used. In the branch offices
of the biggest corporations, like
Goodyear, 10-Key Daltons are
being installed because clerk after
clerk uses it during the day.
The Dalton invites use. Execu
tives use ic who would ordinarily
hesitate to ctpprcsch a riguring
machine. ' Employees like it
because it relieves them of
mental effort, such as column
It is a better investment for any
office because it is simpler in
construction and operation, and
because it combines a mechanical
calculating brain with an adding
and listing brain. Fastest adding
multiplying machine made.
Make a test.
Phone for 'Demonstration
The demand for Daltons today exceeds
the supply although we have doubled
and tripled our production. This is
simply tho result of the business world
knowing the Dal ton, better, under
standing its greater efficiency and
broader figuring service.
T. J. BENTZ,
STRICT SALES AGENT
Short od Market Sta.
Pken 110i Laxbtf ten, Ky.
IfeU Otfk ud Factory, Ciaciwti,OU
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Officer of Ill-Fated U. S. S. Neptune
Gives Story of Remarkable
Adventure and Discovery
Richard Cannon, Chief Petty Of
ficer of tho U. S. S. Neptuncj -whose
dramatic capture at sea hy a Ger
man U.Bont and subsequent exper
iences abroad the submarine and in
a German prison hospital, thrilled
tho entire country, is still another
world war hero to test tho remark
able reconstructive powers of Tan
lac nnd give 5t his strong; endorse
ment. Mr. Cannon's adventures
wcro so harrowing that his consti
tution was completely shattered but
affcr months of suffering he has now
regained tho wonderful health that
enabled him to pull through his ad
ventures alive and is to-day the
samo strapping two hundred pound
fighter thnt embarked on tho ill-fat
ed collier. But let him tell Ms own
"When the Neptune was torpe
doed off tho Irish const," said Mr.
Cannon, who now lives nt 707 East
LaFnyette, Tampa, Fin., "I had my
right leg and five ribs broken by the
explosion, and when I came to my
senses I found myself on board n
submarine bound for Gcnnnny. I
was kept in a German prison hospi
tal for five months, and you can
imagine what I must have suffered
when I tell you that I fell off in
weight from two hundred and twenty-five
to a hundred nnd thirty-one
pounds. When I was repatriated
and fin"'lv got my. discharge in Feb
ruary, 1919, I was little better than
a living skeleton. I had no appetite
and my digestive system was so up
set that what little I did eat always
gave mo severe pains in the pit of
my stomach. Before I jolnqd the
service I never" knew what nerves
were, bnt after what I went through
my nerves were so shattered that T
couldn't keep still a minute, nnd the
slightest thing upset me. For six
months I continued in this condition,
unable to pick up strength, nnd wo
weak thnt any attempt at work tired
mo out completely. I began to think
that I should never to a well and
strong man again.
"But the way Tanlno overenme
my troubles nnd built mo up was
nothing short of marvelous. It gave
me such nn appetite that T wanted
to eat all the while,' and I sure did
make up ior lost time. I had no
more bother with indigestion nnd
from then oh I picked up strength
nnd put on weight until now I tip
the beam nt two hundred nnd four
pounds and am as well nnd strong
ns I ever was before I joined the
service. My nerves are ns steady as
a die and I'm like my old self again.
Tanlno is certainly a grand medi
cine nnd I think every suffering per
son ought to try it."
Tanlno is sold in Mt. Sterling by
Land & Priest.
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Washing Machines, Irons, Fans,
Sweepers, Toasters, Lamps,
Sewing Machines, Etc.
CHEN AULT & ORE AR
Bend the Classified nde.
No matter how sick a woman gets,
sho tries to doll up and look her
best. But when n man gets sick, he
imagines that people won't know how
sick he is unless he neglects his ap
pearances until he looks like a cari
cature of a hobo in n comic weekly.
Keeps You Weak
PEPS1N0L Makei a Strong Stomach,
Good Digestion and Sound Health !
It is ktoinitch trouble ttiat U wrurliig
you Uowu, causing thoic sharp pus
paliii, those frupiutt litvuluclics, that
tired, lUtU'Sb fetllng. Unit Joss of up
petite. You can ovrwnoc nU of tlwse
sufielr 9111I surdy by tuldng I't-pthiul.
TliU uitdU-tiic will tQti;orutr your
stouiiwh uud stimulate the Iburuuh
digestion that uuike rk'b Mood to re
pair MaktrU body uml nmr tlvsurit
Now U Utr tluit tu get on Mil- road
to rosy, rotiu-st heulUi. Do not wait
tuitlt yoa urr completely worn out
uid tick ki UU to routbat utoiuuch
Mr. Williams, a very successful
Oklahoma Poultry Raiser, recently
said to Dr. LeGenr: "Sinco I havo
been using your Poultry Prescrip
tion, not only have I cut down Chick
loss, but I find that my pullets lay
a month or two earlier." A few
pennies wisely spent in feeding Dr.
LeGear's Poultry Prescription to
Baby Chicks insures rapid develop
ment and early fall and winter lay
ing. Get a packngo from your
dealer. Satisfaction or money back.
Dr. L. D. LcGcar Med. Co., Saint
Wo need rags for cleaning ma
chinery, etc., and will pay a good
prico for same. Bring them to tho
We do not agree with tho state
ment that all women aro alike. Thero
aro two kinds of women good and
The reason you are interested in the name on your tire is
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The only secret of a super-tire lies in the principles of the
maker. His standards decide the quality. For there are no
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What you get depends on what is behind the name on your
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jealous of its good name. Since 1845 the House of Brunswick
has been famous the world over for the quality of its products.
The Brunswick Tire io all that you expect and more.
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Try one Brunswick Tire. Learn how good a tire can be
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Cincinnati Headquarter! : Northwest Corner Seventh and Main Streeta
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