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PAGE TWO THE LEXINGTON INTELLIGENCER, LEXLNGION, Mil. .-THE Lexington Intelligencer A. W. ALLEN. Editor anil Publisher. Issued weekly on Friday. Sub scription $1.50 per yefr, payable Btri-'ly in advance. 000 mark exactly 350 local as sociation contracts had been signed. North Dakota was first with 113 and Nebraska second with 107. Entered as second-class mail matter kt tho Postollice in Lexinjrton, Mis-Bouri. AU communications to ro into print in THE INTELLIGENCER must be signed. NEW MEN ON FOOT- HALL TEAM Prospects Are Promising And Many Are Trying Out. From The W. M. K. Trumpeter. Simultaneously with the opening of school the interest in football begins to simmer and boil. On the very first day over fifty men answered the call to practice and since then the number has been arreatly increased. Thursday, September 29. It Will .The goal posts ate in place and it then be loaned to four WOTnen is only a short while until the bat- FARM BUREAU NEWS (Contluui-4 from Page 1.) of the community who will use the cooker for a week or two and ' then report their success with the cooker at some later meeting. In this way the wom en will not depend on an out sider for information on kitch en utensils but on people whose integrity is known to them. tling elevens will be tearing up and and down the field. But what of the prospects? They seem to be good. There are at pres ent only four letter men in uniform as last year's team was nearly all lost by graduation. These four are Masters, guard; Mullendore, end; Bradfield. half: and Taubman. This quertet has proved (its Worth and Taubman and Bradfield are con.sid- But some of City women want to try Out are the est of last year's reserves are ,. , , . j i j ... 'back in uniform and they should be i stars this year. Among these play Some ' other utensils the Bates ered especially fast. City women want to try out arej the dish drainer and bread mix ers. The women of the Bates City community are as progressive as ers are Patrick, Reid, ILiysler, Berg, in the line and Le Flore in the buck field. Son e company men are also WHY SUFFER SO? Why sulYer from a bad back, from sharp, shooting twinges, headaches, dizziness and dis tressing urinary ills? Lexing ton people recommend Doan s Kidney Pills. Ask your neigh bor. Could you ask for strong er proof of merit? Mrs. Ben Stevenson, 113 O- neida St., Lexington, says: "I am a firm believer in Doan's Kid ney Pills and cannot recommend them too highly. Several years ago I was in awful condition with my kidneys. My back ach ed continually and if I stooped over to sweep or dust, sharp cutting pains would dart up and down my back. The irregular action of my kidneys also caus ed me a great deal of annoy ance, especially nights. I used Doan's Kidney Pills and felt better from the start. Continu ed use of Doan's completely cur ed me of all the trouble and I am glad to recommend them a gain ;'ust as I did some years ago. I have had no trouble since that time." 60c, at all dealers. Foster-Mil-burn Co., Mfgrs., Buffalo, N. Y. TOO MUCH FORSCHLER their husbands who are uririmri looking promising. Croat Clam- all the new farm machinery to nd Nuil hof 1 , , . .... i i valuable men. Besides all of these make their work give the bestthere are many new men who show results for the effort put into mui;h. ability. ' More will be said of it. They believe they can be them next week. The team may be a little lighter than usual but from all appearances it will show great more efficient home makers if they can spend less time at their work and still have it well done. speed and shiftiness. Furthermore, the men have the best kind of fight This will give them more time -ing spjrit and that means more than for their children and home. In this way they are making the proper use of the Farm Bureau which is an arm of the State U niversity which is is reached out to them. C. II. Smith, former secretary of the Chamber of Commerce, spent Thursday in Lexington. Wm. Murpny of Sedalia arriv ed Sunday evening for a brief visit here with relatives. The First 10.000. Membership in the U. S. Grain Growers, Inc., last week passed the 10.000 mark accord-! ing to an announcement made Tuesday by the national head quarters in Chicago. Since Sep tember 1 the average number of contracts received daily at the national office has been 2.58. during that ten-day period that ended September 12 active so licitation was in progress in on ly five states. The organization department is receiving returns from nine states but no note worthy progress has been made thus far in September in states other than Illinois, Missouri, O klahoma, Nebraska and Indiana. Indications are that before the month closes organization work will be extended to at least two new states Iowa and Minneso ta and that in South Dakota Kansas and Colorado solicitation will be energetically under way. From the standpoint of member ships, North Dakota is in first place with 4,129; Illinois is sec ond with 1,625: Oklahoma is third with 1,119, and Nebraska fourth with 1,026. At the time the membership passed the 10,- anything else. Coaches Wikoff, Muench, and Clenv ens are giving the boys stiff work out. The first scrimmage was held Saturday. Every afternoon the play ers go through hard training and they are rapidly rounding into condi tion. The schedule that faces Wentworth this year is unusually hard. The first big game comes with the War rensburg Normals on their own ground, September 30th. The teach ers always have a strong team. Last year the Rod and White battled them to a 0 to 0 tie. After Warrensburg come two more of the strong colle ges of the state, Kansas City Uni versity and Missouri Valley of Mar shall. Then of course, there are Chillicothe, M. M. A., and finally Kemper of our own confernce all hard games. This year W. M. A. plays K. M. S. in Boonville on Thanks giving and the team will be accom panied by the whole corps on a spec ial train. Thus it can be seen that the var sity has hard work ahead, but coach es and cadets are confident that old Wentworth will bring home many scalps. The material on hand is ex cellent and there are rumors that Wills. Dunnine. and Wenner will soon return. The schedule: Sept. 30. .Warrensburg Normal at Warrensburg. Oct. 7. Kansas City University here A Great Remedy. The merits of Chamberlain's Colic and Diarrhoe Remedy are well known and appreciated, but there is occasionally a man who had no acquaintance with them and should read the fol lowing by F. H. Dear, a hotel man at Dupuyer, Mont: "Four years ago I used Chamberlain's Colic and Diarrhoea Remedy with such wonderful results that I have since recommended it to my friends." Adv. Higginsville's Southpaw Gave The Athletics a Beating. The Higginsville team de feated the Lexington Athletics Sunday on the Higginsville grounds by the score of 4 to 0 in the last game of the league season. This gives the pennant for the last half to the Higgins viile team, who will play a post series with the Concordia team, winners of the pennant in the first half. Quiet a number of fans from here made the trip to Higgins ville, all of whom thought to the last minute that "Jack" Wheel er, a local boy, who is in the army but now home on a fur lough, was going to take part in the game. He had been passed on by the "Big Three" two weeks ago, making him eligible for the last two games. A num ber of the local rooters let a few "sheckles" get away from them by thinking that way. The Ath letics took their .fielding prac tice just before the game start ed, Wheeler going to his position in left field, and working out there during the entire fieldinr practice. He was taken out just as the team was coming off tha field. Forschler, Higginsville's big left hander, held the local ag gregation off all through tha game, and also hit two into tha race track himself, one for three bases and the other for two. Shahan, the Lexington pitcher, was taken out and put into center field in the seventh in ning, Leirman going to the box for the Athletics in the last two innings. . The first game of the series between Higginsville and Con cordia will be played at Hig ginsville next Sunday. r..tContent l . -. : I 1 S. W. Williams returned Sat urday evening from a two weeks visit with relatives in Clinton, Mo. Geo. K. Wallace of Kansas City spent Sunday here with re latives. An Old Fault Finder. An irritable and fault finding disposition is often caused by indigestion. A man with good digestion and bowel3 that act regularly is usually good natur ed. When troubled with indi gestion or constipation take Chamberlain's Tablets. They rTZtT-ape.'ll CENT. , m mum hereby lTorooun a uiuwum v KV V ! H i tJf.- For Infants and Children. Mothers Know That Genuine Castaria Always Bears the ConstipationandDi M. .. .. '.hi' a ft m of ' AWir IF O n, I Id OSG For Over Thirty Years Eiaa Copy of Wrapper. ' rut ota.u , HOME TOWN PAPER WEEK Oct. 14. Missouri Valley College here. Oct. 21. Open. Oct. 28. Chillicothe Business Col- lege at Chillicothe. i Nov. 4. Open. Nov. 11. Missouri Military Acade my here. Nov. 18. Olathe Mutes here. Nov. 26. (Thanksgiving) Kemper at Boonville. strengthen the stomach and en able it to perform its functions girl graduates," or the clean Nation-Wide Movement Set For November 7-12 Every Four Corners has its Home Town week iiow-a-day but all the boys and girls win have wandered from the Town ship center cannot get back to enjoy the loved surroundings. But all can subscribe to the oil home town paper and thus keep well in touch with the little spot they once called home. What joy to run over ths school promotions and find that the tots of a few years ago arj moving higher and higher in scholastic circles and eventual ly blossom forth as the "sweet TRADERS BANK A Bank of Deposit and Discount. Drafts, Domestic and Foreign Letters of Credit, Travelers Checks, and Foreign Ex change on all Countries of the World. . H We are endeavoring to do our part toward the Cultivation of Thrift Habits in thj Community; we have a Savings De partment for wage earners and children, The Landia Christ mas Savings Club, $100 Clubs. We sell Liberty Bonds, Treas ury Certificates, and Baby Bonds, and do what we can to help the ambitious to captilize self denial and economy. Safe deposit boxes and filing cabinets for the safe keep ing of valuable papers of our' customers. H We are always pleased to serve.- - Traders Bank . LEXINGTON, MISSOURI naturally. They also cause a strong boys discarding knickers gentle movement of the bowels. Adv We are showing our Fall line of COLLARS, BAND'NG AND VESTING A marriage license has been issued to the following: Frederick II. Gilhaus. Concordia Ida Gilhaus Concordia McCAUSLAND'S A Traveling Man's Experience. You may learn something from the following by W. H. Ire land, a traveling salesman of Louisville, Ky. "In the summer of 1838 I had a severe attack of cholera morbus. I gave the hotel porter fifty cents and told him to buy me a bottle of Cham berlain's Colic and Diarrhoea Remedy and to take no substi tute. I took a double dose of it according to the directions and went to sleep. At five o'clock the next morning I wa3 called by my order and took a train for my next stopping place, a well man." Adv Mrs.' P. V. Barnett and sister, Miss Louise Shull. went to Kan sas City Sunday for a few days' visit. Just watch that hardened o! 1 city codger open up his horr.ej paper it is the first thing he picks up out of his bunch of mail and what can he find there to interest him? Angus McGugan's horse died yester day; Peter McGregor will run for the county clerkship; Jim Jell hopes to win the secretary ship of the Hilltown argicultur- al society; Lydia Munger; has opened a millinery store in one side of the poatoffice; Mrs. Brown lost her pocket book in the butchery; Mrs. Plater broke her ankle and is in the hospital. Yet though he smiles at the old-time styles and expressions he enjoys it all over and over a gain, for it takes his mind back home where his wonderful, boy hood days happy days were spent. Real Bargains In Used Cars 1 4-Cylinder Touring Car. - 75.00 1 Ford Roadster, - - in Good Mechanical Condition 150.00 1 Ford Touring Car - - 190.00 1 Ford Truck - . . - 175.00 1 Ford Chassis - - - 125.00 JOHN MORRISON & SONS 720 Main St. Ford Cars and Ford Parts ESSENTIAL FOODS Prepared from First Quality Materials under First Class Supervision BREADS Snow Flake, Rye, Vienna, Light Rolls," Cinamon Rolls; Jelly and Carmel Rolls. CAKES Angel Food, Devils Food, Layer Cake. PIES COOKIES Macaroons, Boston, Oatmeal, Ginger, Lemon. Phone 399 A. C. MEIERER Phone 399 (Wagon Passes Your Door) The E&4 Thyslc Wncn you want a p'easant physic try Chamberlain's Tab lets. The are easy to take and mild and gentle in effect. They are highly prked by people who have become acquainted with Judge Powell's Wife Dead. The wife of David J. Powell, presiding judge of the county court, died very suddenly Tues day evening at her home in Olessa. The funeral was held at the home Thursday morning at 10 o'clock. It can be arranged for those entering any time next week or the Monday following to join the new classes which were or ganized at the bi? Fall Opening their good qualities. They only cf the Chillicothe Business Col- Be pMiapJd this year oapr fcirtMay There Are Two Studios In Lexington, Mo. Try Both. New classes will again be or ganized at the Chillicothe Bus iness College October 3rd, so those wishing Business, Tele graph, Civil Service or Banking courses should arrange to enter then. Ady CASTOR I A For Iafis.t3 tzl CI Hire a ' Alaj htm rd;;urtcf ,,. J. P. Gordon of Mission. Tex as, spent yesterday in Lexing ton. cost a quarter. Adv.llc::? last Tuesday. Adv, Children Cry rCS FlETCllES'S CASTORl a The College Dani, Orchvtra and Gloe Clubs were 017.anir.ed st the Chillicoth? Bulnc? Cjt K'e last week ;.r:d the f,wtbr.H squU cnlcr Co".:h ll:, v fcsri at work each c--:.l?z jrr;-ar.l tuV itl lionv -3. .1.1 A. )''.