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HIE LEXINGTON INTELLIGENCER. LEXINGTON, MO.
PAGE TIIRE3 I I Porch Shad KEEP OUT o-" But Let The Air Thru Better Than Canvas. Prices Regular Sizes $8.00 to$H.OO o No Charge For Hanging Winkler Furniture Co. 1 tS5CO5O5CCCCCCO0O0OSO5CCC0O5OCC0CCCCCOC0CCCCC0CCCOa - - t Foreoyi f For Girl f of 2 10 16 tillOEB In the New Spring Strap Pumps & Oxfords $1.50 to 817 flaifl St ESSENTIAL FOODS t Prepared from First Quality Materials under First Class Supervision BREADS Snow Flake, Rye, Vienna, Light Rolls, Cinamon Rolls; Jelly and Carmcl Rolls. CAKES Angel Food, Devila Food, Layer Cake. PIES COGUES Macaroons, Boston, Oatmeal, Ginger, Lemon. Phone 393 A. C. MEIEREU Phone 399 (Wason IV.cs Your Door) ' yder I THE SUN Latest styles in Black Kid, Brown Kid and Patent leathers. Made in both English and the famous Brown Foot shaping lasts. These sturdy, stylish shoes for children, pric ed according to size from $4.00 one ; 1223 A TALK WITH A LEXINGTON MAN J. P. Tribble, Retired Farmer of 1813 Bloom Street, Tells of an Interesting Experience. There is nothing like a talk with one of our own citizens for giving hope and encouragement to the anxious sufferer from the dread kidney disease. We, there fore, give- here an interview with a Lexington man: "I was troubled a great deal with my kidneys some years a go," says Mr. Tribble. "The muscles of my back were sore and lame and sharp pains dart ed up and down my back. My kidneys were weak and acted ir regularly and the secretions were highly colored and dizzy spells came over me. I got some Doan's Kidney Pills at Mar shall's Drug Store. In a short time I was entirely cured of the trouble. I am certainly glad to recommend this fine kidney remedy." " 60c, at all dealers. Foster-Mil-burri Co., Mfgrs., Buffalo, N. Y. An Ohio man has attempted suicide eight times. The thing will be the death of him yet. Since most of them are that kind now, the purchase of a "coming out" dress' is no" long er much of an event. Cut This Out and Take It With You. A man often'fonrets the ex act name of the article he wish- es to purchase, and as a last resort takes something else in stead. This is always disap pointing and unsatisfactory. The safe way is to cut this out and take it with you so as to make sure of getting Chamber lain's Tablets. You will find nothing quite so satisfactory for constipation and indigestion. Adv. G. C. Marquis of Independ ence, spent luesday m Lexing ton. Mr. Ford has built his 5,000,- 000th motor car, but don't tell that to the man who dodges 6, 000,000 daily. Mr. Wisler Cured of Indigestion. "Some time in 1909 when I had an attack of indigestion and everything looked gloomy to me, I received a free sample of Chamberlain's Tablets by mail. gave them a trial and they were such a help to me that I bought a package, and I can truthfully say that I have not had a similar attack since." writes Wm. B. Wisler, Douglass ville, Pa. Adv. , Disarmament must remain a dream while skinny folks are permitted in crowds with unpro tected elbows. The rapidity with which the installment date for the income tax gets here is what helps to make it a short life. Uoo?e Is Not a Good Cure. From the Ames Iowa Intelligencer When a man comes to you all doubled up with pain and de clares he will die in your pres ence unless , you procure him a drink of whiskey, send him to a doctor or else give him a dose of Chamberlain's Colic and Di arrohea Remedy. ; There is a mistaken notion among a whole lot of people That booze is ths best remedy for col'c and stom ach ache. Adv. William Jennings Bryan ap pears to have gone to Florida with a view to spending his winters in Washing-ton. CASTORIA Tor Iaf.mt3 and Children . hUsoIxrCvcrCOYcsra Alwnvsbcara .it Advantages of the County Unit School Life published by the U nited States Bureau 'of Education, under date of May 1, 1921, carries the following article clipped from the report of the School Code Commiss ion of the State of Wahinpton: (1) Equalizes educational op portunity by apportioning the funds of the county school dis tricts to each school according to its needs. .(2) Equalizes educational op portunity by providing a super intendent for the rural schools who is selected solely on the grounds of education, training, and successful experience. (3) Equalizes educational op portunity for efficient supervi sion of the rural. schools. (4) Guarantees to each child in the county school district that which rightfully belongs to him an equal number of days' schooling with every other child. (5) Equalizes the burden of school support by providing a u- niform tax lew for the entire1 county school district.. The big district and the little district, the rich land, the poor land, are all taxed uniformly. j (6) Abolishes the present sys tem whereby, because of purely arbitrary boundary lines, a large' and proseprous district with few! pupils pays a small school taxi while small and poor districts are compelled to pay a large tax. (7) Favored districts which, under the present pernicious plan, escape with little or no tax ation will be compelled to pay their just share for the support of the schools (8) Eliminates partisan poli tics and local residence in select ing the most important school official in the county t h e county superintendent of schools (!)) Favors the consolidation, graded, equipped, and supervis ed school. (10) Permits the wholesale buying of school supplies and the elimination of expensive small-unit business transactions (11) Enables every county to establish and maintain a good system of schools. ' (12) Stops forever the dispute about ' boundary lines and elim inates petty neighborhood dis sensions. (13) Produces a greater re turn for every dollar expended. (14) Groups both the burden and advantage of education on a large scale and provides a comprehensive and efficient plan for the whole county. - 30x3 Standard Non J if W 30:;3?s-inch Cord PLEASANT ATTRACTIONS These days are filled with more PLEASANT attractions than washtubs. .Our Family Laundry Service is at your disposal. Our methods conserve as well as cleanse your clothes. Our way, the modern way, is one of sous ing in suds of good soap and rinsing in soft water. Let us relieve you of wash day troubles. Telephone 130 and our driver will call. CRAWFORD'S LAUNDRY Choice Plants. Cauliflower (Early and Dry Weather), Sweet Peppers (Ohio Crimson and Ruby King), Egg Plant (Mammouth Purple), To matoes (Livingston's Globe Chalk's Early Jewel, Leving ston's Dwarf Stone, Ponderosa, Yellow Pear), Cabbage (Glory of Enyhousen, Early and Late Flat Dutch). Phone 273. SPRING CHICKEN. Drive out to the POULTRY HOUSE and get a nice Spring Chicken for your Sunday Din ner. Phone 158. WARDER & CONNER For Sale or Rent. A large modern residence, close, in, after June 1, 1921. Phone 677. 5-5-tf WANT to hear from owner having farm for sale, state cash price and full description. John J. Black, Missouri street, Chip pewa Falls, Wisconsin. 6-3-3w Children Cry FOR FLETCHER'S CASTORIA . SPRING CHICKEN. Drive out to the POULTRY HOUSE and get a nice Spring Chicken for your Sunday Din ner. Phone 158. WARDER & CONNOR - TUB COAL Delivered to any part of the city, 25 cents a tub; also small loads. Phone 716 Red ..5-23-1 w Insist on CRISPY CRUST BREAD . at Your Grocers f J-L r... , , With daily ca pacity of 1 6,000 tires and 20,000 tubes, this plant permits refined pro duction on a quantity basis. AH materials used are the best obtainable. The quality is uniform. It is the best fabric tire ever offered to the car owner at any price. . Firestone Cord Tires H T?pair men, who judge values best, class these tires as having the Uj Jiefll carcass made. Forty-seven high-grade car manufacturers use them as standard equipment They ere the quality choice of cord users. New (t it KENNY TRANSFER COMPANY . PHONE 190 Prompt service on baggage to sn4 from stations. . Call us when jroa move. The Paint that will last longest SHERWIN & WILLIAMS t For Sale by W. F. WE IS JOE C. GRADDY Insurance of all Kinds Lexington, Missouri AUTOMOBILES PAINTED CARS INITIALED TRUCKS LETTERED PHONE 154 RED J.C.KimbroughD.v.f,L Deputy State Veterinarian ' Olllce Sill's Barn Phones j Lexington, Missouri l LSI Dr. C. B. IUngery OSTEOPATHIC PHYSICIAN Traders Bank Hid a. HOURS to 11:30; 1:30 to 8 Other hours by appointment Office fbone 283 Residence Phone 82S Dr. Timothy Riley VETERINARY SERGEON Office Peak's Barn, South 11th Street. PHONE 510 KOAL1 KOAL Buy your winter's supply oQ Koal now. Remember last win ter. N. T. WILCOXON & CO. TeL 179 8-12-ti WANTED SECOND HAND FURNITURE OIL STOVES, RANGES, CARPETS.' RUGS, ETC. ' . Economy Furniture Store 1104 Franklin St. Phone 416 - Skid Tire Th is new low price is made possible by strictest econ omies and special ized production. Plant No. 2 was erected for the sole purpose of making 30x3 2-inch Non Skid fabric tires. Price $24.50 46.30 54.90 U .m ss OTTO ALLEMAN, LEXINGTON, Mo. KANSAS CITY BRANCH