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HENRY R. PRE WITT
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CIRCUIT JUDGE j
21st Judicial District
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For Remainder of Term of the Late Judge WillianuA. "Younger :
Primary Election August 7, 1920
Your Support 'Will Be Appreciated I
FROM LUXURY TO NECESSITY whew it costs 33 cents to haul a ton
"When the automobile was first of products with horses.
presented to the farmer he bought' with this opporhinity of rcducb
it, if he bought it at all, as a pleas-',..,. . r
Now i,n ;. j,,,,.; i "" """ "" i,er ceni " ls
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iomouiles to do his hauling. Gov
ernment figures show that as an av
erage all over the country it costs
15 cents to haul a ton of farm prod
ucts a mile with a motor truck
N: S $ $ X $ JH -KM
BOUGHT AND SOLD
McCANN & CO.
403 Trust Company Bltfe.
Chesapeake & Ohio R'v
r Shortest and Quickest Route
Through Pullman Sleepers
Washington. Baltimore. PhlladelphU
and New York
Direct Route to Richmond, Va., Old
rolnt, Norfolk. Virginia Bad
Two Through Trains to Louisville
Steel Equipment Dining Cars.
only natural that the farmer should
bfr turning to the motor truck as a
means of getting his produce into
This matter of hauling is only one
of the thfags in which the farmer is
beginning to consider very cnrefnlly
the cheapest way of doing every
thing. He has come to realize that
every hour he spends in doing un
productive Inbor means an increase
in the cost of producing his yearlv
j crop, and hence a decrease in the
net prolt for the year's work. Ho is
coining to realize the great impor
tance of time and labof saving.
This is one of the reasons why
the sinull electric plant is becoming
such a factor in farm life and work.
Accurate figures are not available.
but it is quite reasonable to assume
that at least 150,000 farms in Am
erica are being served by these elec
tric plants. Electric motors, by
doing the pumping, grinding, churn
ing, separating, and a hundred other
farm tasks either eliminate certain
kinds of labor altogether or make a
two-man job into a one-man job,
and the farmer appreciates this
saving of time. Not only this but
electricity on a farm through its
giving of bright, clean and safe! If .Christian Science succeeds in
electric light gives a service which making lis believe there is no such
is not only appreciated by the far- thing as pain, it will rob a lot of
mer, but by hid wife, and every mem- people of the pleasure they take in
ber of the family.
Our idea of the height of some
thing or other is a 200-pound Corn
Perhaps the reason old Solomon
said all was vanity and vexation of
One of the best ways to spend
most of your time in the accident
ward of a hospital is to go around
repeating all that you hear.
Don't borrow trouble with the in-
f tcntion of returning 5t with interest.
Fed girt jammed into a tin bathtub spirit, was because he had to settle
mm, is lumunea to a motorcycle. tne iashion bill for so many wives
It makes a man feel like a sucker
to see the kisses he has coaxed for
wasted upon a Ettlo black' ana white
There is no man so poor as
who is rich in vain platitudes.
Give some people a'bito of an ap-
pie and there'll be no core.
hoj Repentanco comes readily whig
I you seo what your sia has cost yoav
To Owners, Controllers
and Managers of Lands
Abutting Upon Public
Tme Goodyear Economy in
k r Tires for Small Gars
Pursuant to Section 4342 a 1-2
Notice is hereby given that between July 1st and
August 20th. of each vear. everv nwnar .ii, j
manager of lands bordering and abutting on the public
IllffllWavR Of this nniiYifTr m,,n. .4. i - . e
j . wW4xUjr luuou uui, wear away ana remove
from said highways all bushes, weeds, shrubs and over
hanging limbs of trees and all other obstructions, as well
as to keep all hedge fences along such highWayso trim
med and cut back that same at no time will Vecome more
than five feet high. J
Under said act, every person who fails or refuses to
comply with this notice, shall upon conviction be fined in
a sum of not less than twenty ($20.00) dollars and not
more than fifty (50.00), dollars. Mfa
w. a CAUAN
Built into Goodyear Tires for small
cars is a high relative value not ex
ceeded even in the famous Goodyear
Cords on the world's highest priced
Manufactured in 30x3, 30x3- and
31x4-inch sizes by the world's largest
tire factory devoted to these sizes,
every detail of the work done on
them is marked by extraordinary
skill and care
If you own a Ford, Chevrolet, Dortj
Maxwell or other car taking these
sizes, assure yourself true Goodyear
mileage and economy on your car by
visiting the nearest Goodyear Service
Station Dealer; . . . . -
Go to him for Goodyear Tires and for
Goodyear Heavy Tourist Tubes; there
is no surer means to genuine tird sit-
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