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?lQw? iflB:: ISTjjEEEES - irrt. LnasaTB (TIklv -i nn wl hBBIIW 1 HE TIRES A HELP IMMENSE BENEFIT IN KEEPING HIQHWAY8 IN GOOD CONDITION. The Modern Wash-day Time was when The Wash was a weekly nightmare, wash-day dinner a by-word. The New Perfection Oil Cook-stove has changed all that. Once the wash-boiler is on the stove, it leaves you free to attend to the dinner or any" other work. You can move a New Perfection where you please and light it in a moment. It requires no attention after that A single gallon of oil lasts all three burners seven hours or more. No coal or wood to carry; no fire to feed; no soot nor ashes. It keeps a kitchen or laundry cool and clean. It cooks to perfection, with the least trouble and expense. I Oil CoQk-stgve Mb rtth 1.2 tJ 3 trtr, w'A long, in)MOM6 tl erumeleef rhuurt. tUaJmrlr CimKaJ hrothot. lU 2 od 34ninwr tftma eaa I had ririir Wethotrt ft tabtaet lap, vrtudi H ftUed wtfh drrp tfolW. lowtl rack, etc. a Dralm emy whe r or writ for S acnptiv cjrcnUr U ike near ttcacf Standard Oil Company (Incorporated) Bring Your Prescriptions Here To Be Compounded When yor physician has pre senile 1 a medicine for you to take, the next important step U to have that prescription placed in the hands of a thoroughly reliable and competent pharmacist so it will he compounded exactly as directed. We have pained an enviable reputation for always hein? very careful and painstaking in fnir compounding and feel that, in all justice to your n ii -rood health, you should bring your next prccnp t .u l.o; Here, too, you will find a complete auJ in- vitiusr display of toilet articles, rubber goods, so .us. perfumes, toilet preparations and all standard remedies. For interior decorating we carry and recommend ALABASTINE, the beautiful wall coating. Call and scesamplesof tints and ask us about it. CONCERTED ACTION NEEDED To-Ton LciJ on Wrpon VrltS 1?$ Inch Tires Wl I ia V.ore Onvtga In Cutting Up Hoad Than Twice tl Load on TVce Inch Tire. Cy HOWARD H. OH08S. The qucillon of tool rouds thru .rh- I cut the country Ii of trcmcndcwH li- I portance, nml (ho pcoplo art every where clnmdrlng for tbrm The g eat .majority ncem to bo wardering round In a mHo of uncertainty aj to what to ilo. ' The solution Imn'vea n. r ..... 1 I-ocal conditions nre subject to n M" ' variation both as In soil, road male rial, amount of trnfTc, etc., heme no rule can be laid do n that will apple In all cases. The subject muO be i given Intelligent treatment by n cap i able engineer, familiar with the sur i foundings. Thero In howcier one thing that I enn be done that will bo of Immense benefit to the road of all times whether earth, atone or gravel, an thHt la wider tires upon the wagon Untold millions of dollars of damn:;" to highway! la done every year by heavy loads upon narrow the farm wagons. These are often from onennd a half Inches to one and three quarters wide, seldom n.orc than two and a quarter A two ton load on a wagon with one and three quarters Inch tires will do more damage In cutting up a road than twice Ihc load upon u three Inch tire If we couM hn uniform. concerted action In any community, whereby three to three and a half Inch tires would be put upon every farm wagon. It would mean much bet ter highways than wo now havo The narrow tires mean deep ruts, and If me ruie is a narrow tire upon wngd fafr wflwrltiM aSscorersxf tkat ff ffe thIMta wre ftanIM In aad tt n the roada It veuld destroy then, because of the r.irrow ttres that prw valled open the wagon of the truck and express eompnntr The authori ties established r nils that no narrow tire wagons coulJ come on the grounds. There i an a great howl by the transportation companies, but the fair authorities Mood firm, and the teaming companies met the conditions by substituting r vide for a narrow tire upon the same wheel They sim ply took off say i I r and a half lnr tire and put mi nc three urn! n hnlf Inches or four 1-uhcn upon the anmo wheel and the s.-ti ir felloe. This serv ed the purpose, About three )fM ago the rlty of Chicago passed en rrdlnnnce provld Ing for wide tlrca noon vehicles nslnr the streets for (raffle A tremendous howl was made In nil teaming Inter ests and they I ioiikIiI In the wagon makers to atnln I1 nl the changing or these wheels meant an expenditure or millions upon millions of dollars, and It would take seinl jears In order to have the chance iiacle I.nrge manu facturers of whkoiiw aald the wagon stock was gotten t il for the narrow tire wagons, and It would take at Isast two yeara I fore any genaral change could b Made At that time the writer took a hand In the campaign with, others, and pjNIshed In thci Chi cago papora lllurtratlmis of how this change could t rendu (tee cut here with) The el'j council stood firm, the ordinance w ts i.sd and the users of narrow t.-c were arrested and fined Inn v shc.-t time wldo tlrca began to anccar upon the streets, nd now the ue In -neral and the solution has been malnl) as Indicated, namely. eiibstiHtfng n'itt tires for narrow ones i pt i the same wheels futrfta t ntt itfwai o(l, ovtr rm rloua aurfaca with ttrwa of dlffsrent widths. Mny pcraoiui will bs aur prised to know In the large majority cf cases a load can txt mitrid with leea power with vah'Hea having wlda ilres, rather than narrow onea There may ow another and easier ear to accomplish tho end desired t'.nti the Imposing of license tax rt(Km vehicles That would be to t-edll the owner a certain amount Tf ffhwmatics v Trntnratof Rheumatism Revolution fzed by 8imple Remedy Which is Absolutely flaaranUed. Hlnrtllnir new frnturrn nro presented In the new remedy culled 1)M-I-, Which has lately hern the subject or whin nttrntlun among tnnse nmlrteil rli year on his annual road tax bill, with rheu mat lain nml lumbago, nmit nn rnml.hlnr nnwif that all his ve. nn,, neiiralgli I'hyalrlsns, too, have i pon furnishing proof tnal all his ve- cvcn (W trmiM,y npproy,! wticta l.li les used upon tho highways enn r-- iikhI to the wide fire itMulrements, Kupiose the owner haa n rond tax tf, say $12 00. and he hatt two wagona used uiKin the highways Credit him H-00 per year upon euch wagon for , Tour )enrs In this way tho tax nhnt ed will more than pay tho cost of t'-aiiglng the wagon Thus, his In r-rest would be sufficient to Induce I'jO owner to make tho ihaugo. Public sentiment would also change rapidly In supiHirt of the wide tiro i ovement, and In n year or two a,' I' i-n would be ashnmed to bo seen on I .e Htrcet with one of theac mad de strriylug wagona The plan suggested Is feasible. practical and has worl.ed satlsfac lorlly whore It has bean tried There Is no reason why action Hhould not be liken along thn tines tndlrnted deferring to the Illustration above A wide tire ran be placed upon an old ht-ul without any lllllng pleon aa i-hown Id the Illustration Just let 11 ( Sh X A I s3iSirfVI, l to other rheu- ' has never lie n Recorded limtlr trrntiin nt. Dr. ('. W. IIimiii. tinun- tnrnt In Oklitliimm mid tlin KMitliwint fur Ills MirceM In tlin t rvntment of rheiitiiatltin, statos tlmt lie l willlna to stnkn hi nr filniuil ri'imtntloiMin tlin fact tliat 1-M-H" will cum mill Mh-mllnl Incumliln roes. JJ-.M-I' Iiiim produced rvaulta nlmoat unliellevntiln. Nut only for fresh, new man, but nlMi for lonir chronic and a rlnua rnarn lias It proved one of tho I ho tire project a half Inch on each i-tJo of the felloe This will creatlv most remarkable rcim-dlrn ever oro hlmpllfy the changing fiom the nar u1rp,l- I.'?a,.,,,", ,.'r,''u: tryU,rn "' .i 1 1 . .. "slgnallnn" to the patient by mesna ur low to the wide tire, and for many lo ,.runr oyinptimis. the proirroM pf isllllea will serve tho purpose Just uric acid elimination. h welt C. II. I'arita, f Umw, !. T, ;! Wide tires make rosdN, narrow tlrrr rhenwatl.m alMut terra jrmtm. I'r.tror them Tliero hIinuld I a '"M"' ""-'' "d "" '" l.vUl i,i.,i..,ii... . L.- ... . .... ... lii ! u Wffioi, naa rurrt." V. T. .., .v. ,o -,. .. v ,.B i.Cr, , jorougii cooperation i.eiwieii all or u.ikln., .Im. i.r tVirun, .. T, hmi oan make tlie ensure Indicated and ' (he residents of the several townshlpr "I unrr.l with trrrlhle ilmiuiUai tba expense ouht to r&nge Letwceiij fc r bettrr roads NothltiK can be don ,nr fl,r '' "" rrippirj up for tmj s.uu ano Jirvu lor r v.on. 'I he II H, quickly and so cheaply that will lustration Is no elmyle that anyoae , Im producthe of such good results a can follow II I jt discard narrow tires and aubsUtute The question is. how shall this h j wld ines In their place brought about? Tho writer woul t suggest a sfle l-.w licensing all the v.hlclcs tho aame M the .utamobll '0,000 PUDDINGS FURNISH EC I U now licensed, and lt It apply upon everything that goes upon the road. ons. the man who goa out upon Uics-1 Z,' ""Z ,, ,Z .' ,' , T '" T graduating It with a, view of maklnar I PENNY'S DRUG STORE. Stanford, Kentucky fllnhmini FIRST NATIONAL BANK, STANFORD, KENTUCKY STRONG PROGRESSIVE ACCOMMODATING And Seeking Your Bank Account CAPITAL $50,000. SURPLUS $25,000. Open an Account With us TO-DAY. Mi ? I Hi Y A l.bndon Manufacturer Made That Many to Meat the Demands of the Christmas Spirit. at a time. I heaan laklnc O-M-l-' nail frit an taiprnvrairnt within tmi rlaja, aad two l.ltlr rurrd mr. .Ir rar tvaa m bail oar. I)-M1 la Kunranleed as to result. Many of tliu m't terrine rw Im-wt Innlilii tmve Imhiu quickly roiuiiicrl r Ms arullnr, txiwerrul. rut ufn actlun. In two or three wek. J D-M-I- la nlmolutely free from ojil.it en ordnnaernnsilmgi. Item! alMil Its wotiilrr ful notion In the circular pnrknt In ererr Il-M-K carton. Itciut the KUarnnlei (let II-lt-Kat your druKKlst'a nttl.OO n lidttlc. It you are satisfied with It, na vim will be, net G bottles for IS.0'1, end net rid of your affliction. If your druggist can not eupply you. It will tx ent on receipt of price by the U-M-K Me.llclne (Vi, 2715 Lincoln Ave.. Chi wimi, lit. Tho lint batlki will oonvluow ixrj- suilurer. Recommended and Sold Cy SHLGARS &. imNNEFI. Stanford, Ky. '''he mauufarturo of plum pudilln in KncUnd Is mainly confined to I -on con and Is carried on by all the prlii tp.il bakeries, delicate et.en Hnd other i stthllshnienta The Industry was grthtly hoomed by tho lloer war. , In the opening days of ht atrur ule the Vulellde season Increased the f i.-tuml sollcllude for the fathers ami I eotiK and husbands In far iway Africa tint il. plum piifldliiK v it nvjiilkl Honed Hi large iiuautitimt to exi lht ft-e'llig at homo ami iiirry at Irust ? lrk of Christmas Lhw-r to enliven lb i-oliler' rump Vl'ousundi of pounds f plum pud t.l!l; Wore aenl out, but the demand wm. far In ex eaa of tho aiipply. a fhtt which gave greater urgency to .n Imp ArnbtaH Sialism Zllendl !. Dnrb'v Gmddust 12052 Mill brother lo !: lie. No. '. ir'il t Zll.t A.-.I il(ll.)l'-l lieu ih) t.iilililusi i,c u, Vortnoni Mormu and ihi in Jutlu Morgan i The dam t .IKdf no.uilHst wat r County Organizer and Manager Wanted A leading Fraternal Insurance Or- ted deiires a reliable white man to talto charge of Its work :n this county to Introduce the order, solicit mem licra, collect monthly dues, organize loilges, upimint anu manage sub-agents and so on. No pro', lous exporience Is needed, nts Wq will teach you how to operate. "Thin h a splendid opportunity for p. -ood man, -with liberal pay and chance ol (iromotlon. ill-vote spare time at start, with whole time later on. Well known man wanted, strictly lionest, good ability, one who is a bust her and will get out and push the yoik forwnrd. This a great cnaniv to become an liillueiitlal loader, to help your fellow .nan and maho a good Income tor your Felt at the same time. This society pays forfeits for slCK iietn. accident and ceath. The lod :on'liaVo grand ritualistic work, stilct ly' new and up to-dnto In every par Uctilar. No other order like it was ewr started. Ovor 00,000 inomberrlilps ill-4i-ady Issued and growing lery fast. Write Immediately for further par Oculars, giving lull InForuiatinn or ourself In letter. Address In confi dence, SUPIIKMB COMMANDKK JIJICNKIIAU 1IOX An-21'3, UOV1NU- ON, jcy. USELESS 0 w! i . the demand and by concentrating juneral Intrest In the pudding ndded l.nmensely to It popularity, and ea i-W'ly tho soldier railed loudly r r-ore Tho result Ih that today i .e I elk of plum pudding consumed II"- t'nlled KliiKdom M supplied by rjslp- pire)OM and I undnils of y i i-ii. i of Huiu1h an slipped jon .nl V fiufaiMirent begin urtlve OieiL-.'.t.a j on as t'.e n?w crop) c: i .- a. irrantu and "ilier requlrexl f-ita jpponr In September. All the aatttuetitx of plum iiuddlng. which o not Include plums, are prepared nd maulpuUted by elaborate and ex-n"ih- machinery Currents are 1 he dam iM IHWK-y OoMdusi I I'lorem i? by Unldeu Ml Ii a mih of (iall's ( nn-t Morgan. Not. Thla I h m;nsly lnbil 'Morgan Stwllhm. the bfiMxl nn i ileniiind A Hell dappled Itay, blsk point Hi hands b.'tn i..xi piw.n.i itHlllrn, of great buty ami actii n. lt,'i aie-d ami endurance and tinee- led an a prmlmer of high .T'ia sho. load and eastern port-nv i h.. te ennt i 1 h oroenei r ,1 in !.. i. ml Hale rlnas show his i.ilue -imt iiiertt aa a producer of r.ne rnul. rlow and mU hxrsee A long at kui- aim colta writ be couMnclnb I MII make the present hwmhi at my larm 'J 1-L' mile fiom Htnnroril. K.. at jn.wi to tribiiri- a living cult. $howng 3 Tire onZ'z Wheel , Scr&ws Spaced ". &OLTS MAY Onil TdO AND SCREWS Substituted ir oesipco- Or 0 "tOivS OF WBE MAILS SPACE O C5 fMCHGS WfLU highways with wide tire Is badly handicapped. Henoe, If any good Is to come from the wide tire movement. It should be generally adhered to. It Is a truthful ttatement that wide tlrea make roada and narrow Urea de stroy them. An equitable basis would be to li cense all vehicles doing business up on the public highways, grading th license fee according to the width of the tire, and letting the amount of money paid In be used to maintain the roada. This is just and no ono, who Is willing to tola fair can object to It. In grading the license fee It should be In such a manner that It th vehicles that do tht most 4amje pay th Urgent Uk. Without siring an entire schedule the following will Illustrate what the writer has In Bind: That after a gttren date no vehicle hall be used upon the hlghwaya un less It carries a license. On a two- horse farm wagon with n tire of 14 Inchtm or leas the annual license foe to be $7,C0 a year. Over 1; Inches aud under 2 Inches, J-t.KO a jcar. Over Hi Inches and under i Inches $3.00 per year. Three Inches or over, $1,00 oer Tear The money collected to be crodlted I'lper I can't see what these men are trying to accomplish with tbalr aeroplanes. I'eop llow'a that! Piper I haven't seen one ot them catch a butterfly or a bug with on ret FOLEY'S KIDNEY REMEDY ACT recommend Foley Kidney Iternedy." ED QUICKLY. M. N. (Jeorge, Irondale, Ala., was uotbered with kidney trouble for many years. "I was persuaded to try Fol ey's Kidney Iternedy, unc before tak ing It three days I could reel Its bene riclal effects. The pain lett my buck, ny kidney action cleared un. and 1 am will be to the Interest of the owner to the road district and bo used for to Mibstltute a wldn tire for his nar- road .repair work. row on' There Is another advantage to be When this Is suggested, It will be i gained by this method orer and above at once said that It Is Impractical. , tho preservation of the highways' and that It ennnot be done. It la sur- that Is, tba same wagon Is more use', prising how many objections can be I ful on the farm or on the fields for found against the doing of anything doing ordinary farm work. The haul that a person does not want to do. ' Ing over hay fields and grain fields The writer has witnessed two cam- with narrow tired wagona does cn palgns where the question of narrow slderable damage. Hauling out ma and wide tires has been thrashad out nure, and In a varttty of farm work and every objectioa made aad aa- wide tire wagons nre advisable. Many swerwd. , farmers keep wagons ulth wide tlrea The first was during the World's for this specific purpose. Why not Fair In Chicago. In tba grounds war ave all vehicles- carry a wide. sea. temporary roadways, designed to last lbl tiro that mill Imjx-av cu'ttlOHk only during the fair season. Theve rather than make Vin werseT were mad of gravel or crusLad stone byaamoaieter teats fcave fcten taade about three or four laches deep. The wiaj U amouat c ,eww rev .ulied and sterna removed, raisins Mare kept at 10 cents per day. nrn moned. nuts are shelled and "rt altenthiri given but not tcspxi Hound, oranges and Itmona are b""c for ac-ll'"ts or .".capes. . "led, the peel candied and cut up.! nEID- -ii nre beaten and all other Ingrcdl CROMWELL'S McDONALD, JR. . M pmpured by machicery elusive of milk and rum the In t'rour.M'll H McDonald. Jr. a Mack 'il ins used by j single inanufac- nois. Ii 3-1 hands high. War In fori i.. r In supplying plum pudding tc head, ft yeurs old. nml Ih an excellent :.t-ei the demands of (he t'hrlstmai Middle burse. WK.HOH of mio aggregated M0,UC C'romwells Mclvmald. Jr . was streil o-.-la. the number of puddlngi fur ,y t'romwoll McDoniilil. he by Itex mslir.l Hggregullng :60.0C0 There ar ., ,, firto or four Indon manufacturers ' '. ' o ,y imu-g Saulrrel revs rmily f'onsular and Trade He Mr' H '" '-'J M'lJonald by llliick .cr'a. each of hoie output perhapi Saulrrel, 1st data Miur Mure UH7S rualiMl that described, and there an by Cromwell 7. hy Wnshlngton til; )HltH a largo number of amaller es -jmi dam S.ubli . !are bv John Dlll.irdj loi.iiimeina in wnicn plum pundlni 3r, ,nm Kaanaiigli p tm-y liigle. S7J u ) RUhnlfprf fnr h(irM- gnrl rms.lcrt .... 1 .... - .. ..r. B .ortfvl ciutri. (nuuiUT. in nl "mpPnddTii I. put up In package. 'my """" '" ,! :. ,r"1 by U'"H,ll weighing ono lo five pounds each anc ,,,K""1 '' whJBtn H slrt. ,ljr c'roml N-curely packed to Insuro pmservatloi w''" "' ut t,l,m ''tle Denmark t,i. ' lud sufe transportation. Properly prolbo by Washington Denmark til. rated and packed the plum puddlnr This uxcellmit hnr?e "HI uinku tho of hlngland. with ordinary care on tht'mjnhon ot 1011. at my plure, 1 mllo turt of the housewife, will retain itilnorlh of Crab Orchard, on tlo l-an-Urtiiea for a y,ar or more. cll,tor ,,,,, t 5 , ,,,, c( ,of i lour monyis, A lien retained on colt American Avlstlnu uirl. 0r t.rvlce. Monny duo wnnn mnro The aviating girl Is gulto an estab-lls traded or parted with. Care taKen liihed featur of American life. She , to prevent nccldents. but not repon-I-u. superseded the old fiudiloned mat- Bblo should any occur. Ireoglrl but 1. very much more In.-, w ,M, ,,,, ,,, lKloned Her one dream U that she Jnck Ulreu j.ourB ,,,, ,B , ujRn nht !'h d tnTa.h wr,i.Lran,,'tl'er' ,b' Sal 0s - conditions a8 dxahfd to death with hor begoggled above Idol. If you want to find her when r.US GEISZL. Crab Orchard. Ky t nil nllnltjl n nl nllA. a 1 . ivi ju nuii viiiufi uicuiing In America, do not look for her on I' Ian n or In the grand alund. Von 111 not even find her In the clule l.cuso, Crcus over to the hangars that Is tho place for the aviating girl titlfully dressod, sho will sit for Lour Jter hour on an old box, or a let; tt wood, or an upturned bucket, Juki near the doorway of the hangar. Veil may stare at her, photogranh her. Cn vhat you will she will not move. The taytrK ot martyrdom Is as strong within tor la la tht- ladUn fakir. By aa toy, later In U day, It Is faintly tosetklo Uat "he- mar let bar or,,, olotit machln aaval s tr a ride. sHU Is why U s sTattlac, waJUng, .alUc - KKl'AIKS -. MADE ON Motor Cars AND ALL KINDS OF Machinery 8PECIAL TOOLS TO ORDEIt GOOD 8ERVICE AT FAIR PRICES BEST EQUIPPED MACHINE 8HOP IN THE DLUb QRA8S. DANVILLE MOTOR t ELECTRIC CO. DANVILE, KY, 123 N. Fourth St. o much better, I do not hesitate to m.