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FRIDAY, APRIL IS, 1M1
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I Have Gained 20
pounds and.My Run
Doesn 't Tire Me At
All Since I Took
says Geo. Rogers, 426
California Ave., Chica
go, well known dining
car steward on the
Grand Trunk System
Exhaustion after work,
lots of appetite,
sluggish liver, dullness and
lack of energy are nature's
warnings. Check these symp
toms today by getting a bot
tle of Tanlac. At all good
Will H. Hays, director of the Na
tional Association of Picture Pro
ducers and Distributors, was called
upon to prevent exhibition of mo
Oon pictures featuring Roscoe
(Patty) Arbuckle by the Lord's
Day Alliance of New York in a let
ter made public recently.
Calling Arbuckle's acquittal on a
charge of manslaughter and the
jury's statement in his behalf a
""whitewash," the letter addressed to
Mr. Hays said:,
"We " respectfully "urge upon you
that you use your authority to in
tervene and prevent the outrage to
the moral sensibilities of the citizens
-of this country threatened in the
proposal again to exhibit any Ar
Tmckle films.' -
A Congressman asleep on the job
is one that should retire.
OMY TEAES TsT THE JCEWSPA
When" one picks up a handsome
pamphlet bearing the title. "A Hu
miliating Confession," he is puzzled
by that title; for the pamphlet tells
the story of Urey Woodson's Messen
ger, published and edited by him at
Owensboro for forty years. Newspa
per men knew there is nothing hu
miliating in that story, and only a
search reveals what humiliation
Mr. Woodson can confess.
"It is a humiliating confession,"
he says, "that, after more than forty
years' endeavor to produce one of thef
best small dailies in the. country, we
have sadly fallen behind in caring
for our own interests; we have fail
ed to establish advertising rates for
the Messenger that are fair to a
nawspaper of its circulation and
. If Urey Woodsonjias failed in that
then that must be his one failure.
For he has certainly succeeded in
producing 'one of the best small
dailies in the country." He has suc
ceeded in making it a power in its
territory. He has succeeded in mak
ing it so prosperous that it is hous
ed in a modern newspaper plant and
enables its proprietor to divert some
of his versatile talents to other lines
of activity, both in business and pol
itics. And his success in these va
rious fields has been such -as to ex
tend his reputation for success, as
journalist and politician, far beyond
the limits, of his own State.
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Some men do not know whether
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cause their wives have not yet de
Mr. Barnes Has Right Idea.
"The man who brags about himself,"
said Mr. Stormington Barnes, "usually
proves to be an excellent advance
agent for a very bad star."
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Many persons, some of them pos
ing as teachers of economics of a
certain kind, advocated an increase
in the circulating medium as the
solution of the trade difficulties of
the times. Others hold that such
increase would be futile, if not dan
gerous, and they point to Europe as
an example of inflated currency.
It seems strange that any person
who has followed the experience 'of
most European countries since the
war will still adhere to the idea
that money is something that re
quires only a government stamp to
make it Taluable. Germany, Russia,
Poland and some other countries of
Europe know that this can not be
There is enough money in the
United States to finance all the
manufacturing -and business Bnter
prises for which there is a legitimate
demand in the production of goods.
This demand can not be created by
the issue of "large quantities of cur
rency, but by the inclination to buy.
It is methods, not money, which
the various interests of the United
States need. There must be more
economical distribution of manufact
ured and agricultural porducts, and
there must be adjustments in other
lines that will make conditions more
normal. When that it done, thre
will be money for all genuine needs
of the nation, but if more is needed
the government need not resort to
fiat issues of currency.
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Tell your druggist whether the ma
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Long Day Coming.
The friction set up on the earth
by the tidal drag is acting as a brake,
causing the earth to turn more slowly,
thereby increasing the day's length by
one two-hundredth of a socond In a
century. The effect being eventually a
day of 1,400 hours.
The Real Test.
"A speeehnfakeT nowadays," said
Uncle Eben, "ain't satisfied wif ap
plause. De real test of his eloqua
clousness comes at de conclusion,
when he takes up a collection."
My. Jenkins Took a Cracked
io 1 ame Lions
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The exhibition ended rather badly. It
very nearly was a big day for the lions
and a sad day for Mr. Jenkins all for
want of proper care in getting ready.
Many a man who has business to do and
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less how he feeds his body as Mr. Jenkins
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Some foods are too heavy, some
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Tobacco growers from all over the
United States are interested In the
success of the Burley Tobacco Grow
ers Co-operative Association, accord
ing to inquiries received fronf every
tobaccov growing State in the-Union
and to the number of personal inves
tigations being made by tobacco
men from the various States.
JL. C Poster, of Madison, Wis.,
Deputy Commissioner of the Bureau
of Markets, is in Lexington to study
theplan of the burley association.
Mr. Foster is one of the leaders in a r
movement in Wisconsin to organize
the tobacco growers along the lines
of the Kentucky: association and has
come here, as he expresses it, "to
get some 'thunder' for the mem
bership campaign" which he plans to
start within a few weeks.
Mr. Foster said Wisconsin grows,
annually, about 60,000,000 pounds
of cigar type tobacco. He said -the
xv v urop som at an average of
40 cents a pound.' The 1921 crop
sold last winter for less than 7, cents
a pound. As a consequence, he said,
the Wisconsin growers are facing
conditions similar to those .that ex
isted in Kentucky one year ago, and
tne growers realize they must or
ganize for self-protection.
Mr. Foster, who has T)een in con
ference with officials of the associa
tion, said he was greatly impressed
by the wonderful 'progress the orga
nization has made in so short a time,
and he assured these men that,
within a few months, Wisconsin
would join hands with Kentucky.
Ohio, Indiana, Virginia, the Caroli
nas and other States that have
adopted the .co-operative plan jof
Hugh West, of Hdpkinsville, Ky7,
also visited the association's -offices.
Mr. West who is from the dark to
bacco district, and one of the prime
movers in the organization work
there, reports that the prospects for
a co-operative in Western Kentucky
and Tennessee are very encourag
mg. m "
Plans are being formulated for
beginning within a few weeks an
other intensive campaign for mem
bers. Every county already organ
ized will be recanvassed, but special
effort will be made to sign up the
small percentage of burley growers
Mr. Stone predicts that in the
near future the Burley Association
will. have control of practically the
entire burley tobacco production.
The field service division report
ed the receipt, during the week, of
115 contracts, representing about
300,000 pounds. Of these thirty
were received from Bracken county,
thirteen from Rockcastle and ten
Boone, Kentucky, and nineteen from
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GENOA PBOMISES MUCH
The prompt manner in which
differences of opinion between the
various delegates to the Genoa con
ference have been brought to the
front, disclosing the extent of the
chasms which must be bridged if
comity and understanding is to be
be restored among the nations of
Europe, is a good omen. This in it
self is a step forward and paves the
way for a frank exchange of views.
In view of some recent history,
the "French government hardly can
be blamed for being unwilling to
run the risk of losing the fruits of
the treaty of Versailles until some
other means of putting the prostrate
nations on their feet have been con
sidered. One of the great hopes for
the success of the meeting lies in the
British premier's leadership. No
other statesman of the present is so
well fitted for the difficult task he
American public sentiment ap
proves the admission of the Germans
to the conference, whatever its
opinion of the propriety of admit
ting the Bolsheviki as representa
tives of the Russian people. The ob
jection of the French and Belgians
to the inclusion of their former foes
in the membership of the principal
committee is easily understood, but
it is gratifying that ther listened to
the British premier's counsel and
changed their attitude.
"There may have been a time
when somepublic utilities turned
their backs oi public opinion but
that time has certainly passed" said
the operator of a large public utility
following the meeting of the Ameri
can Electric Railway Association at
Indianapolis last month.
At this meeting, one of the fore
most men in the public utility busi
ness, Samuel Insull, President of
the Commonwealth Edison Company
of Chicago, made a speech on the
subject of "Public Relations the
most important asset for a utility."
Mr. Insull very aptly hit the nail on
the head when he said:
"Our trouble lies mainly in the
fact that for a great many years we
lacked understanding of the econom
ics of our business ourselves and that
at this time a knowledge of the true
economics is confined to a few of the
people' engaged in those businesses.
What we need worse than anything
else is to sell aoui: business to our
own officials and employes and then
sell it to the public."
. London is reported to be prepared
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