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TAGE FOUll BEAUTIFUL GARDENS OF INDIA EnQtith Experts Hav Don Good Work in That Country, Especially In Landscape Effects. Too lit lie in known of the garden? of India. TIip election of the raaha raja of I'atiala as a life member of the British Royal Horticultural so ciety lias recalled the fact that some of the moht beautiful gardens in the world are to be found in that coun try, and tliHt nearly all of them are under the supervision of English ex pert?. Mr. IT. Marie?, who superin tends one of the most celebrated, wan an original member of the Royal Horticultural society, and received the inuch-covetcd gold medal of hon or as one of the fiO chosen horticul turist!! who have been at work for 50 years. The maharaja of Patiala has engaged an Englishman to carry out his plans for remodeling on English lines his gardens at Patiala and those of hig palace in the Simla hills. India has given to the Eng lish garden some of her loveliest shrubs and England is giving back in return the craftsmanship in land scape which is new in the gardens of Asia. Christian Sein.' Monitor. TRUE LOVE Missouri Tigers Defeat Drake 6 to 0. Columbia, Mo., Oct. 29. The Missouri Tigers won today's football game on Rollin.3 Field from Drake University. The fi nal score was, Missouri 6 ; Drake 0. Missouri took the advantage at the beginning of the game. Chuck Lewis, instead of run ning back the kickoff, punted. Kenshaw, who was onside, when the ball was kicked, recovered the ball and ran for a touch down. Lewis failed to kick goal The Tigers' pressed their ad' vantage and pushed the ball in to Drake, territory. A few min utes later Lewis tried a drop- kick, but failed. In the second quarter, play was renewed in Drake territory. A blocked kick gave the Mis souri team the ball on the Drake 5-yard line. A Tiger fumble, however, gave Drake the chance to kick to safety. The half ended without further scoring. At the opening of the third quarter, , Missouri received the kickoff and carried the ball steadily down the field, making Hhree first downs in succession. Drake finally intercepted a Ti ger pass on the Drake 10-yard line. .After Drake had kicked cut of danger, the Iowans made a spurt. Two. first . downs were made in succession ; then a Drake forward pass was fum bled and Hill recovered for Mis souri in the middle of the field. Near the-close of the third quarter, both teams resorted to forward passes, both making! some gains. The quarter ended j just after Drake had mmtedi out of bounds on Missouri's' "U ll,e wret'h iM1'1 ,)ol,le 1 18-yard line I w,!! s,!ow llim w,lnt true ,ove ;In the fourth quarter Chuck Fro"' Pie BnmnWT Berli"' Lewis kicked into Drake terri-j asbestos building material tory. Drake made several gains , until Humes and Bunker to-! The ftooi aud nonconducting gether intercepted a forward' j'roFrtle8 uof a"u'; for a pass on the Missouri 30-yard !me n tak,c " of i; tu, i u . , various forms of building mate- line. The play then z.gzagged , rial 1)ut npw , u jn back and forth from one end of; buildings ready for erection that the field to the other. A Drake have for some time been produced forward pass netted 50 yards. in many sizes and designs in I'enn Drake tried desperately to'sylvania. The slabs from which score in the last few minutes oft tbe.e buildings are constructed are ' the game. Three passes, thrown (',,mP"Ke,J f,f combination of port in rapid succession, were not ,1,nd 0OInent Bnd W-EW isbeBtos. completed. Further attempts to' """prmed under a e , , ., , i pressure of 3,000 tons to the'snunre score on forward passes failed!, , .... ' , ! , , Hquare , t. , j . . i '. J heir color is a light grav, and the game ended, giving the and the fcUrface rfert, Jqq paint. These buildings are em- A Good Cough Medicine Forjloyed largely at .uburUn homes. Children. - and they also have been utd m one Mrs. J. W. Phillips, Redon, and ,w-ro" "chook-Popular Me Ga., phoned to J. M. Floyd, thej ('ha,,"'B Mflgai,i" merchant there, for a bottle of j IG0, B0(LED ,M 0 Chamberlain's Cough Remedy rnd said she had bought a bot-j A new method of sterilizing eggs, tie of it at his store recently j preliminary to cold storage, con and that it was doing her chil-, immersing them for five THE LEXINGTON INTELLIGENCER, LEXINGTON. MO. . " " Stylish Clothes You get fine style in a suit of our tailored clothes. You have the satisfaction of knowing that you are dressed just right. Made from guaranteed all-wool fabrics your suit lasts longer. Tadored proper ly to your individual meas ure you get a perfect fit. You pay less and get more in our tailored clothes. Your money back if you're not satisfied. F. 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Priced at $4.00 to $8.00 WHY PAY MORE? 817 Maia St 5u ' Insist on fKISPY CRUST BREAD at Your Grocers Dr. J. C. Kimbrough As Growers Agents we can; oiler number one apples winter i varities at $2.25 nor bushel freight paid to Kansas City ! Early Ohio potatoes, unirrigat-i ed, screened, good size, $2.00 ' freight paid to Kansas City i Car lots only. Subject inspection.': Wickham Berry Farm, Salem,! Neb. ! Have you been too busy to take a Vacation this Summer? Special Winter Tourist Fares (October 1st, 1921, to April 30th, 1922; return limit May 31. t, 1M2) To many Resort Points in ill South ajid Southeast especially attrartiva for Wint.r Sojourn and All-Y ear Tourist Fares (REDUCED RATES) to several destination in Calilornia and the Northwsat, also to tho Hot Sprints of Arkansas, all ranownad lor their qualities so anttcinc and pleasurable to the Winter Tourist. Sufficient stopovers where desired. The Missouri Pacific Way Will Please! 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Constipation. 4 Most laxatives and cathartics afford only temporary relief and hhould be used only for that purpose. When you want per manent ' relief take Chamber lain's Tablets and be careful to observe the directions with each package. These tablets not on ly move the bowels, but improve the appetite and strengthen the digestion. Adv. nicnt ano, when afterward put into cold storage, they retain their frenhnes much longer. PhiMal- phia ledger. A CAREFUL CONTRIB. "(Jut-Hd this contributor hat heard about the white paper shortage," re marked the editor of the Pluukville Palladium. "Why so r "Hin poem is written on brown paper." From the louiaville Courier-Journal.. Miss Lena Mcierer, and her Senior Teacher-Training class visited the Maple Glen and Burns schools Thursday, ob serving the work at both places. Ohilclron Ory FOR FLETCHER'S C ASTO R I A SUSPICIOUS. Fott The editor aid that ray poems were just the kind he uhould like to read by the fireside. 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Earl of St. Joseph. Mo., arrived last Saturday ev ening for a visit at the home of her brother, F. G. Young, i this city. J. L. PEAK , SURGEON DENTIST Lexington, Missouri Victor Johnson spent Thurs day in Kansas City on bsuincss. Mrs. Gus Martin returned Fnday to her home in Clinton, Mo., after a visit hew u-iffc t. dr. c. w Johnson SURGEON DENTIST v I and Mre. Troy Hackler. .