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THE LEXINGTON INTELLIGENCER, LEXINGTON, MO.
PAGE THREH 'I til) HARDING ADMIN- j by President Harding, which; A Traveling Man's Experience. ISTRATION represents nothing more tangi-j You may learn something ' j ble than the difference between from the following by W. H. Ire- Some Side-lights On the Cam- what Secretary Mellon thought! land, a traveling salesman of pain Poah-Hah Republican ion Aug. 4, 1021, and what he! Louisville, Ky. "In the summer Economy thought on Aug. 10, 1921, after' of ' 1888 I ''had a severe attack Ity Richard Limhicum. -x meeting with the Committee of cholera morbus. I gave the Washington, Oct. 27. Defici-Pn Ways and Means and the! hotel porter fifty cents and told ency appropriations by Congress president . I him to buy me a bottle of Cham- at the ml of a fiscal year are ( Neither of these projected de- berlain's Colic and Diarrhoea always regarded as certain, but.ncjency bills, nor the explana- Remedy and to take no substi the Hardinj? administration,; tions of mythical savings, takes 'tute. I took a double dose of it I'unmnjr the government, ma-, jnt0 account the $600,000,000 is-! according to the directions and cnine in . tne oack motion, and ?tili running'- true to form, an announces through the Presi dent's personal newspaper or jjan here that the Treasury De- FOR RENT: room. Call 145. One furnished j Nebr.; 201 West 9-14-tf j street. Little Rock, I Markham 'tens of Administration on the estate . in; ' crvin eysine1 deceased, were ijj ,.,j to the undersigned FOR room ti?mt At u .'North Union Ave. Pueblo, Col., 1 18th day of October, 1921, ULNI: A furnished Division Sunt i Probate Court of Lafayette ( Phone 145. 10-24-tf.! r 'tKe a"y Ulv,MOn P1-, Missouri. All persons having ;or Master Mechanic. .. WANT: To hear from owner having farm for sale; give par-' ticulars and lowest price. John J. Black, Missouri St., Chippe wa Falls, Wisconsin. on the by th County, claimH against said estate are required to i exhibit them for allowance to the ! undersigned within six months after the date of granting said letters, or i they may be precluded from any ben- When you want a pleasant e,it of sai(t estate; and if such claims W.5. t..,. m 1. TU !"c """" u,,c year jjiijraiv. ii ji viiiiiuuv-iiuin a ""'" from the The Rest Physic. date of granting said let- lets. The are easv to take and ters- thpy WH be forever barred. AGENTS WANTED: We want mild and gentle in effect. They ' TJZ'tT " this 18th a crew of live ncpnts tn hoo-in'are hierhlv tjrized bv beoDle who: GEOUGE F. ZKYSING, r niiiiiuiinti itiui. sue of short-term certificates1 went to sleep. At five 0-clock at once, and make a house have become acquainted with Attested by Stephen N. Wilson judge which the Treasury recently is-1 the next morning I was called tothouse canvasa of proP-thr ood f allties- - County, sued in order to meet dpfiHenrvi bv mv order and took a train owner 1,1 eentral Missouri ; cost a quarter. Adv.' (SEAL) Oct. 21, 1921. sued in order to meet deficiency in revenue, unless the Secreta ry of the Treasury intended that I well man by my order and took a train for my next stopping place, a rtnrf mpnt is iilmnt fn onVimi't oo.l n ,1 .i . . . . . . ' - H snouia De mciuaea in his new timates for huge deficiency ap-( estimate of $4,034,000,000 for propr iations, approximately, the present fiscal year, and if $370,000,000. with only three ,he did so intend it to be includ. months of the present fiscal :d if . not mentioned. Adv. year passed. In other words, the present administration will What are these deficiency a- mounts for? According to the 1 : x i j-! i:n ut-g.u lo i-itm uenciency umsj iiewSpaper announcement "the at the beginning of the1 fiscal. iarf,est itema are those reiating year and perhaps keep it up un- to vocation training and the ob til the end. ligations of the Government, to The announcement is also: the railroads" made that "Congress as a whole. The people will cheerfully bear is not prepared for the receipt additional taxation relating to oi mese disconcerting requests: the welfare of our aodiera and for additional funds, etc." Mrs. Geo. "Fawks of Kansas City, arrived Sunday evening for a few days' visit with friends. Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Swope of Independence, Mo., Mrs. Eu gene Ilersphberger and Russell Campbell of Lees Summit, spent Sunday at the home of Ferd T. Bates, Sr. Counties. Outfit furnished- Lib-! eral pay weekly. Peyton Nurser ies, Roonville, Mo. K1NAI. SFTTI.FMFA'T ! Mr. and Mrs. T. A. Johnson! Notice is hereby given to all cred- of near Chilhowee, left Tuesday ! It01"8 a"(' other persons interested in ' J the pstntH nf Annn niwllino- Hwtn. TT ! morning for their home, after a'ed, that the undersigned Ida Doel- AGENCY open to responsible1 few days' visit here with Mr lliruj' Adm'nistratrix will apply to man for insurance policy cov- Mrs. Elmer II. White. "jut at "he Cembef ering all accidents and diseases.! ' of the Probate Court of Lafayette Easilv sold Liberal rnrrimi.! '1!L " I County. Missouri, to be begun and adhuy som. WDerai commiss-, held at the Probate Court room, in IOI1S. Benefits $20 to $200 per' ADMINISTRATOR S NOTICE. the city of Lexington, on the second month Premium SI a month1 Notice ifi hercby given, that Let- Monday in November, 1921. monui. tremium $1 a montn terg of Administration on the estate! IDA DOELLING. upward. Write for your diS-i of Arthur Kirtley, deceased, were! Administratrix. An Old Fault Finder. An irritable and fault finding disposition is often caused by sailors in the late war, but the indigestion. A man with good digestion and bowels that act regularly is usually good natur ed. When troubled with indi gestion or constipation take Chamberlain's Tablets. They strengthen the stomach and en able it to perform its functions naturally, lney also cause a gentle movement of the bowels, Adv. Ti. 1 :n. n ' it immi ue auueu wren equai ouestion naturally arises why truth' that the taxpayers are not an adequate amount appro not prepared for them either, , priated for them in the begin because the taxpayers of thening? And why were they left country were told when the(to depend upon deficiency appro budget bill passed in fact, they ' potions which "the Treasury were promised that there Deartment has borne in mind in would be no more deficiencies, preparing its fiscal plans for the Yet in the second month of the!year? new fiscal year a deficiency bill! According to the original an of $48,500,000 for the Shipping jn0uncement concerning these roaru was passed ana now 1 ,.n;n,.fnj a j tv.i.. t r.r v I j.-iuicticu uciiviciiu afiupiia-, liicuuuic a. iJabca ui iaiiaai3 comes the statement that the tions, followed by many attemp-i City, spent Sunday here with administration faces deficits anditpd exlanations which only tend! his father, Dr. Geo. W. Bates, must have between $300,000,000 . to confuse the reader, the worst' George Kerdolff of Kansas ana $-iiju,uuu,uuu more. To make matters worse it is stated that the Treasury De- A 1 v j 11 i p.nnieni naa tnese aenciencies next year ig believed by most in mind when it made up its es- 0f these students of finance at timates. tv, r0;i The Budget act was passed to keep the stern facta of lhe casJ meet popular objection to de- in mfn(1 w;thout. bPinr Pif.flft. trict DeDartment N Nafinnali Krantecl to the undersigned on the iriti ueparimeni w, XNationaijl0th day of 0ctober( 1921 by the Accident Society, 320 Broadway,; Probate Court of Lafayette County, New York City years. Established 36; ftm?ou"- P8 "aving claims 10-24-t6. exhibit them for allowance to the un dersigned within six months after the AGENTS WANTED- W e 1 (late of Krantln 88,(1 letters, or they . , , " , . may be precluded from any benefit want a lady or gentlemen a-; of said estate; and if such claims be gent to handle city trade in Lex- .T JexUb'ted whln one year from FINAL SETTLEMENT Notice is hereby jriven to all cred itors and other persons interested in the estate of Benjamin Panebom deceased, that the undersigned W. O. Pangborn, Administrator, will apply to make a final settlement of said may be precluded from any benefit at the November term 1921, bounty, Missouri, to be becrun and 4Via A-i f n ivrnnfin. t.i.1.1 1,. -U .... ington and other vacant Cities.; will be forever barred. a wonderful opportuni-j . Witness my signature on this 10th HElNRY C. CHILES, Administrator. Attested hy Stephen N. Wilson Judge of Probate for Lafayette County, Missouri. (SEAL) Oct. 21, 1921. This is ty as you will be retailing the genuine J. R. Watkins Products including Watkins Cocoanut Oil Shampoo, Garda Face Powder, Fruit Drinks and over 137 other products. Write today for free held at the Probate Court room, in the city of Iexington, on the second Monday in November, 1921. W. O. PANGBORN. Administrator. FINAI SETTLEMENT Notice is hercby given to all cred itors and other persons interested in the estate of Margaret Willig deceas ed, that the undersigned Anne Will ig and Walter B. Waddell, Adminis tratrix and Administrator, will apply to make a final settlement of said estate, at the November term, 1921, of the Probate Court of Lafayette County, Missouri, to be begun and held at the Probate Court room, in his parents, Mr F. Kerdolff. fuiency appropriations. Con--(.Qiv-ed bV those political mira- criminal act for to create a deficit A Great Kenvedy. j The merits oi Uhamberlain's Colic and Diarrhoe Remedy are yn-sa, realizing now obnoxious whicn 8e0m to beckon s0 well . known and appreciated,; deficiency appropriations are to lna)1y statesmen on to delusive but there is occasionally a man! the taxpayers, has made it a (.asis of lowed taxes nnd rpdnfpd who had no acquaintance with a department i-vnenditurps on a larsro srale", thorn and should read the fol-! All of this, mind von. from allowing by F. II. Dear, a hotel thority from the head of the de-. papor recognized as the official; man at Dupuyer, Mont: "Four p-irtment. 'spokesman of the President and: years ago I used Chamberlain's; .A budget which calls for less the administration. ' Colic . and. . Diarrhoea Remedy! appropriations than are needed,: To speak of lower taxes. and, with such' wonderful - results v. ith the chief fiscal officer, rPduced expenditures on a large, that 1 have since recommended! having in mind denciencies to. Fcae as '.'delusive oasis," which; it to my friends." ft How," is really no budget at are on.v n0Htirai mira-' " ;ges ADMINISTRATOR'S NOTICE. sample and-particulars. The J. ters of Administration on the estate R. Watkins Co., Dept. 68, WinO-lof Nincy 9reen , deceased, were ' eranted to the undersigned on the na. Minn. : 15th day of October, 1921, by the . Probate Court of-Lafayette County,1 tv- pif nf Tvino. n WANTED Missouri. All persons having claims i Monday in November! 1921. Locomotive engineers locomo- "5 ' nrC reclu,,red ,.to ANNE WII.LIG. Administratrix, iui.oiiTt)iie eiiKiiiteiM, locomo- t.xJubit them for allowance to the; WALTER B WADDELL tive firemen, conductors, brake- nmlersigned within six months after' " Administrator uie lime oi graining saia leuers, or FINAL SETTFLEMENT cred- sted in deceased, C. Witness my signature on this 15th Chiles, former Public Administrator. day of October, 1021. will applv to make a final settle- NELLIE CLAYTON. - ment of said cstnte. at the Novem Administrator. her term, 1921. of the Probate Court Attested by Stephen N. Wilson Judge of Lafayette County, Missouri, to b of Probate for Lafayette County, begun and held at the Probate Court H0 f,, oi V,ivVi SiVi if Tmiia- -Missoui i. room, in the city of Lexington,' on tice to Noitn Kth, St. LOUIS, (SFfALV Oct. 21. 1921 the second Mondav in November. 1921. ' ' " ADMINISTRATOR'S NOTICE.' i . HENRY C. CHILES. Notice is hereby given, that Let-, Former , Public Alministr;vtoc i ' i i i vot -nmo It MM. TMt Pitv .nmmm h H. famL t a. u Uu.y may be precluded from any ben-: FINAL SETTFLEMENT ',. . ,'..'. i, . , , , , foremen, vard switchmen, host- ,,fit of said 'estate; and if such claims Notice is hereby given to all Still iurtner aenciencies Will a- iy, motorea 10 Lexington bun-., . . , , , be not exhibited within one year itors and other persons intere rise. nerhaDS this vear. certainlv dav and snent the dav with . . lrt c . 1 ",lV Horn the date of granting said let- the estate of James Byars " ' " " " MVhA I no Prtlt'l.A Af 1 1 uu'Aiml TCt'. I nP v W 111 !W KirPVPf fin rr&ll thnf hA nni oeaiona, IInn..t i 11 iiu 1 17 n mi lilt i i .t i-t.iiiM i , " - .-oiivt. biini. vug uimri f iitiirii lit i v itlltl Ml 8. VV . j Pacific Railroad on account of i order to strike 6 a. m., October 1 30th. 1021. Apply Monday, Oc 'tober 24th. and until further no- 22 Easr 7th street. Kansas City; :)19 South 11th street, Omaha, Adv. ail, out savors more oi a scneme rr,nifi tn ;r,ri;nt ' v. r !i,mmmnn,i MMm;n,r to deceive the public. Hack of faith in the President's ! by his wife drove to Kansas' The statement of Secretary j probable savimr of $350.000.000 1 City Friday to spend the day. of the Treasury Mellon on these, aml in the Republican promises! Mrs. C. G. Taylor of Dufaith, projected aenciencies appropn-jto lmver taxes and wArice ex ations throws a new light on i ,ori(iitirpo Alvin Dieckhoff Paula Frerkinj" President Harding's announced 1 robable saving of $350,000,000. In substance it is that the Sec rttary on Aug. 4, 1921 submit tal an official estimate for the year 1922 of $4,554,000,000. He then states that the President decided to reduce this amount by $520,000,000, of which $170, 000,000 would be through reduc ed .public debt expenditures and $350,000,000 would be through reduced ordinary expenditures, thus keeping the expenditures at 4,034,000,000. Congress .was therefore advised that in. .fram ing1 the internal revenue laws it would be safe to proceed on that basis. This $4.034.000,0.00 ac cording to the announcement concerning the projected defi ciency bills, includes the defici encies, but according to the an nouncement it is also stated that "the probable necessity for more revenue than is now gen erally contemplated will neces sitate a final revision of the pending taxation bill by Treas ury experts after it has gone to conference and before it is pass ed in permanent , form." The $520,000,000 reduction made in Secretary Mcllon's es timate is therefore made up of $170,000,000 Pitt man Act ceri-j turned from tmcates, which the governmcnTjwith relatives dccMed to pay at this time, thereby claiming a saving of ?! 70.000,000. nnd the $350,000, M.nouaccd as a probable saving Instead of the fulfillment of these glowing promises it would seem from the authority quoted that the Harding administra tion is just one deficiency bil after another. Marriage Licenses. Marriage licenses have been issued to the followin: Carl F. Meyer .-.Waverly Lucy Johnson Waverly Theodore E. Guenther. Waverly Loraine Robertson ....... Waverly Clareiice C. Poertner, Concordia Anna L. Dittman.. Concordia ... Alma ...Alma Pierre F. Benoit Lexington Winifred E. McDonald, ..Lex'ton Guy T. Morrison . Lexington Florida E. Stier Kansas City Coleman R. McVay....' Rawlings, Wyo. Elizabeth Cunningham, May'iew Minn, is visiting at the home of' her sister, Mrs. Edward Aull. j E. B. Campbell went to Kan-j 8as ity rriday to spend the day. Rev. Robt. L. Cowan went to Paris, Mo., Monday morning to attend a meeting of the Synod of Missouri. Mrs. James R. Moorehead, Jr., and son, Janus R. Ill, have re- a month's visit in Fulton, Mo. Children Cry FOR FLETCHER'S C ASTOR I A Mr. and Mrs. Joe Bush, who are driving from Merced, Calif., to Ava, Illinois, arrived here Thursday afternoon. Mr. Bush is a son of John Bush, who mov ed to California thirteen year a go. Mrs. Frank L. Davis of St Louis, accompanied by her son, Frank L. Jr., arrived Saturday for a 'visit with her father, Dr. Geo. W. Bates, and other rela tives. A. W. Wilcox accompanied by his family, left Saturday even ing for Nashville, Tenn., to at tend the Confederate reunion. .Those who planted late beens and potatoes this year are in luck. J. W. Warder, Sr., reports that he has new potatoes as large as hens eggs and a growth of Kentucky Wonders equal to early planting. Making'' Extraordinary Mileage a Ceil airitj V Car Owners want more rubber on the tread where the wear Is hardest; more gum between cord plies to perfect a resilient and powerful carcass. And they want a scientifically constructed Non Skid tread with all angles and contacts to resist skidding and give sure traction. Firestone Cord Tires have met these demands of the car owners. Read Letters Below t Records from 29,000 to 57,000 Miles Cord Tirei built the Firestone way could not fail to produce mileage. Every day, from all over the country, comes the word that 10,000, 20,000 or 80,000 miles are frequent and consistent records. rirntoM Tin A Rubbw C . . 1(11 Childron- Cry FCR FLETCHER'S C A3TC R I A Two more students of the Tel egraph Dept. were placed in good positions by the Chillicothe Business College this . wvck while last Friday, another was sent to Hamburg, Iowa, as man ager of the Western Union of fice. Adv. iaek-omriU Brunch. JactuoaviU, Ftohd. 0ntlmn : I itibmit htrnrlrh th history t i IW4 Flr- tont Card tirt. ThU til hit run (7,008 mile. I hire ntrxdid I trr tlm, Tht r( )Ut4( to uch rttrMd. In u about 7.000. I think Ton will iph thU romarw-bl rocord. It la MpocUll? Mutual ta 1 know tht owntr to a tftrs drirtr. How. var, ha (Ivaa hit tlraa troptr Inflation. Tba tlra quaatloa la not TH ut of tarrlc anl naa vary Indtcatioa of balcf anfnelantl atrona for 1. otnaf ratxoad. 1 Ulnt pftotonapoa -aw Now and then they are empha sixed by unusual instances such as quoted below. Performances like these demonstrate the ulti mate possibilities of Firestone Cords under careful driving. Sapt S, 1121 Yha Harvay E, Mack Co.. ThtrtaanUt A Hax-aoa PUoa. llinnaapolla. Oaatlcman i It ocean to M that Von miiht ba lataraatad la tha milaafa that 1 obtalntd from tha aot oi VlraatoM Cord tiroa oo any Dodia coupa. Tka photo fTtph FlaM City. FABRIC SOX 3 Mi NON SKID EXTRA SIZE $ IS J? Ia kla iabrU tlra aa ta our tord ttrot ly ruaaiona raw arc aa ana aapan- aaca oaa prvrMa uui aauty yrtaa. rat Mra want o-ar (. 000 nllaa. Tha aaeond tlra rolltd up t milaait of barwran 14.000 and 11,000, Thaaa wara both raar tlraa and had baaq 111 comtdarably oy chains. Tba two froat tlraa ba-o (on bartaf than 11,009 mil' aod ara attU la aood conditio. aipact to fat at laart 40,000 aollaa from oack a! tb am. I aaad acarctiy aay thnt tha Vbraatsna Cord will ba bit ara choir for th fwtur. Arrhla K. Baari M i-ail BWI aaiaaa U, COEUD TIRES aT ') I1 1 " J I J-M' J"1 ". - r r -: av -k " w a-. i 'DEALFUS: Otto Alkman, John Morrison & Sons, The Palmer Gar. & Mch. Ship, , Yost; P. K. Long. C'wU