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THE LEXINGTON FOR RENT: Light housekeep- rooms. fhone 599. ll-23tf FOR SALE: A Monarch Kitch en Range, as good as new. In uire at this office. 9-20tf, FOR SALE: Ideal Hot Blast Heating Stove. Apply at 129 N 10th Street. 1 1-16-1 w FOR SALE: 3-Piece Oak Bed room set, chocolate marble Blab. Cheap. 1323 South St Phone 275. WANT: To hear from owner having farm for sale: trivA nnr. ticulars and lowest price. John J. iiiack, Missouri Street, Chip pewa lalls, Wisconsin. WANTED: Men and Women lor work. Whole or part time One dollar per hour, Canvass; V. V. Chandler, Box 288, Penn Avenue Station, Washington, D C. WANTED: Man with car to sen complete line low priced .iiKVS AND TUBES. $100.00 per ween and expenses. Ster ling Tire Co., 2449 Sterling, E Liverpool, Ohio. 6 MONEY. Under to Reserve System 6 loans may secured on city or farm prop erty, to buy, build, improve, or pay inaeoteaness. Bankers Re serve Deposit Company, 1648 California Street, Denver, Colorado. WANTED: Representative for Lexington and vicinity. Must have good reputation and be fi nancially responsible. Very lib eral salary and rnmmi,cio 7 paid. Address Th I T ml back hav, ional Detective Agen v Tnc iV trUbIe 8ince' 1 710 Felix St.. St. ToStC" ? COnfi a11 1 sai W "' ' Tp-TTT'l y v . neea ic It's a wise motherwho serves American Beauty Spag hetti to her children. A Contains all the vital elements needed by growing bodies and brains. MACARONI PRODUQSC STOP THAT ACHE I Don't worry and complain a Dout a bad back. Get rid of that lameness ! Use Doan's Kid ney Pills. Many Lexington peo- pie nave used them and know how effective thev are. AsV your neighbor. Here's a Lex ington case. Miss Maud Nave. N. 15th St.. says: "Some years aco. I was troubled a great deal with my back and kidnevs. There vena a steady, dull pain throuo-h the O 11 M . sman oi my back. My kidneys Oman ux my uacit. iuy Kidneys K""iig me cmcn Dug is lor a acted irregularly and I had nnffv community to work tnvpth PTV fill . j I v W-0,v.., SaCS beneath HIV PVPq Tha nr. farmprs nlnwinnr orvrl Knvnin of ,J VI W' Kansas City Journal and Pos 6Sc Per Mn.i, n i- , uuv 4111 ueaiers. roster-Mil- 65cPMMouhDeIl,eredToYoUrDoor bum Co., Mfgrs.Buffalo, N. Y. M. USSERY PHONE1SRCD Sunday Papers on salt at Txn.i'. n-.u c. wHord'. Drut Store. Rur.l.ub.cripTioD. Dr. Timothy Riley VETERINARIAN " Office At Peak's Barn Phones: Res. 523; Office 495 COAL! COAL!! MAT ATWOOD & SON k- r PrePrc furnish the r?; " ln quantities rrom one- .! npt.Land B0licit J00' patron- Phone 29F2. Office Phone uruoer store. J O E C. GRADDY Insurance of all Kinds Lexington, Missouri The paint that will last longest SHERWIN & WILLIAMS For Sale by W. F. W E I S Class Men who take nriri in metr persoual ap ft. rt ii-. n I r .i t ainavi PVticnUr hont ih.. t.i. ',, ignificnt th.t most of 'em 'patronize THE STAR 1109 MainStreet Insist on KRISPY KRUST BREAD at YOUR GROCERS MORRIS' BAKERY Phone S3 Whenever You Paint Whatever Yoa Paint Paint DEVOE Paint See . WERNWAG & FORD DRUGS 1022 Main St Tel. 95 Lexington, Mouri tors told cauaeu uy weaK Kidnevs. I tin. ed Doan's Kidney Pills and they gave me nne results, finally re moving the trouble entirely." FOUR YEARS LATER, or cm March 1920, Miss Nave said: "Doan's Kidney Pills removed all the soreness and lnmpnaoa I haven't FARM BUREAU NEWS LNTEIJJGgigSJSgS LEXINGTON HIGH VS. in.r.iSVlLLE HlOJi 1J - Fight The Chinch Uug Now. According to all reports more chinch bugs are going into the winter this year for the past several years. Unless the condi tions this winter should prove unfavorable for them or some artificial means is provided to exterminate them, they are cer tain to do more damage next summer than for a number of years past. Chinch bugs pass the winter in wild grass, leaves, and trash, esrieciallv alone the hpdeps and fences and in the edges of wood lots adioininc pult.ivatpd fiplds. They also harbornate among the corn staiKs, weeds, and grass and under trash or especially SDread manure in the fields. Thp best wav to handle thp infested L " ' ' fields is to pasture them afterj j" jj"g' 30 the crops have been harvested and Dlow the cronnd hpfnre it C j j ' freezes. All grass, leaves, and!. "'. other trash along fields, hedges, , c. when it is dry and there is very little wind. The only effective wav of fighting the cinch bug is for a These Teams Will Fight For Su premacy in HigginsviIIe Today. All roads will lead to Hifgins ville today, where the Lex ington High School football team ... iho ITitrhs 01 will mingie uu " o that place. The game will be called at 2:30 P. M, and tickets may be sceured in Lexington this morning from any member t ho TTicrh School team. Officials for the game will be: Referee "Dad" Bowles, coach of William Jewell College; urn L. Touton, coach of Kansas City Junior College hpadlinesman Mr. Joyce Lowe & Campbell's. L. H. S.'s conference record: SedaliaH. S.-18 Harrisonvlile 6 Marshall 20 of v farmers plowing and burning at me the trouble was aDOut the. same-time. A few ntnnlr T fiollo nf T-J i statement of 1916 - bMit 1 iy trunk loan's Kidney Pills are a fine remedy." 60c, at all dealers. Foster-Mil- Shattuck 2; Kemper 0. Shattuck Militarv Minnesota, defeated Kemnpr in a iootball game Friday at uoonvuie, z to 0. Shattuck block fields left unfinished in nriv mm munity are sufficient to reinfest the entire neighborhood. It has been estimated that the annual loss from chinch bugs in Mis souri amounts to almost 2,000, 000 bushels of wheat, an amount. too large to be ignored. .Burning should be done at that L. II.S.-0 L. H.S.-14 135 Slater 6 Odessa 0 Napton 0 50 Do You Know? that Roya! Baking Powder is made from Cream of Tartar? that Cream of Tartar is do rived from grapes-rich, ripe, healthful grapes grown in the famous vineyards of louthern France? ThatUwhyRoyalissowhoIe some and healthful, why it gives the food such a fine, even texture and such a de licious, appetizing flavor. It Contains No Alum Leaves No Bitter Taste Iligginsville's conference rec ord : H.II.S 77 H. II. S.- 6 II. II. S.- 3 H. II. S.-25 111 Napton 0 Independence 6 Marshall 0 Slater 0 Dollars and Cents. Counting it only in dollars and cents, how much did that last cold costvou? A man mav not I. ...1 1 L & e uunc ai niai umuya siup worn wnen ne nas oaowu vi me year wnen mere a cold, but perhaps it would be is sufficient dry weather to dry better if he did. It takes about the grass out thoroughly down ten days to get completely rid ..... e.... u lliai, U1C CiiUxe oi a coiu unoer tne usual treat mass will be destroyed, leaving ment. That time can be much uubiuDDie unDurnea m which shortened by taking Chamber nil rtC nnw I I Your Supplies Are Ready Implements: The well-known JOHN DEERE LINE. Hard and Soft Wheat Flour, Meal and Cru Flour, Rolled Oats, Mill Feed, Shorts, MiU Ru rS Chops, Tankage, Salt, Fence Wire, Oi s, Binder Twirp Sudan Grass, Kaffir Corn, Milo Maize, Soy BeS (Early), Rape. ' Mas QUISENBERRY POULTRY FEEDS Complete Line Order Now. - ye Deliver. FARMERS ELEVATOR OF LEXINGTON PHONE 88! a 10 o. onattucK block- wiuuh meir nmii carry ed a punt and scored a safety out the Plans ior destroying the BEAT KFMPFT? chinch buc LAXATIVE wffii r Trm niHMi a 50 A Box at Youa Druggists A Crenshaw & Young, Druggists J. L. PEAK SURGEON DENTIST Leiington, Missouri Dr. C. B. Kiiiflcry usifiUFATUIC PHYSICIAN Traders Bank Bid. Hr?.u rV 40 11:3: :30 to 8 Other hours b ApDoJntment Ottice rnone z83 Residence Phone 821 KENNEY TRANSFER COMPANY PHONE 190 Prompt service on batrtrmro t from stations. Call us when you move. Let us haul your freight f- ivansas uty. I rips, Monday and Fri day. coau. lengthen CLEANING PRESSING REPAIRING We feline ladiea' . .iuS lill I or shorten and out belting in kir. Wa also handle the A v. i Made-to-Measure Clothing. We hav hundreds of samnla tn t Coine I" and look them over befon rou buy. They are price riehL PAUL IIEIDENRIC1I WEST SIDE COUKT HOUSE Telephone 155. Come in and pay that over duo subscription occount Don't wait until th paper stops. the bugs can escape. As far as possible county a- gents should organize their counties "by communiti uumujg campaigns and these; ment during the communities should see that all! spring months. farmers within their limit carry chinch bug. Annual Meetinz Farm RnrAan tt.- ... : i""' nfH"vcu uusea season un- niggmsviiie, December 2, at on quail by a vote of 3533 to Iain's Cough Remedy and prop er care of yourself, in fact, a bottle of this remedy in the house is a mighty good invest winter and Adv. the court house. Program. in-?n o f tt- . ' wmunue ior two ife sLd US1C' HlgginS rarS'Whenthe Prn may be voted on again. ville Band 10:45 a. m. Secretnrv'a report and financial report, Ro sa uiecknaus. 11:15 a. m. ADnointmpnt r.f s w VI committees, D. B. Thieman. Adjourn till 1:00 P. M. 1:00 p. m. Music. HWina viUe band. Membership Drocrpss h p Steele. 1:15 p. m. Countv A iepon, vj. Li. Barrett. 1 :30 p. m. Election of officers 2:00 p. m. Extension . - Mvnr lties, A. J. Meyer, director of ex tension, university of Mo., Col- uniuia, mo. 3:00 p. m. Ralnh president Kansas Statu P w 11 111 Bureau and director U. S. Grain growers, Oskaloosa, Kansas. News Notes. Mr. Heath, cron snofioi;0 irom the Universitv of rt, J v VJViUIll- bia will be in LafAuotn Thursday and Fridnv f ries of meeting leading up to the chinch huor fio-f .u:.i. Come Off the first Hmr A 1LJt.PHnw t . l first week of December. Meet- wnvUle. Florida, Jter an T TV held at Maview tended vlsit rdJL ex' school Thursday aft-mr. - this Pit, cv, . ' rtIatlves in 2:30; Page City sch T, by day nic-ht at 7 -no. p;i . . . . iluaj, morn- " "o ing in the Slu.iher community!111 Florida Friday nicrht at ITa7l tt;ii 'l , ' " W A. Alii, Every farmer in I.afnvoffa county experienced a ma a fn chinch bugs the last season, and it stands to reason the loss will oe greater the next season un less some organized action is ;aken. No Quail Shooting For Two Years. The voters on creneral elertinn aay approved a closed season up 728. This will be effective at once and will continue for two Periodic Bilious Attacks. Persons subject to periodic bil ious attacks will observe that their appetite fails them just be fore an attack. That is, they do not really crave food but eat be cause it is meal time. If they will eat only a )ight mea, &M no meat, then take two of Cham- berlain's Tablets the attack may be avoided. Ad; Marriage Licenses. A marriage license has been issued to the fnlln.i. -"-"U5: Henrietta 0. waer Henr.etta Oliver West t . Martha I efley y Eraymer Oscar E. FrerVi .. Cliilclren Orv FOR FLETCHER'S ASTORA 8 NOTICE OF SPETIAf. -- wuiil UIjLjs I $180,000 FOR STREET IMPROVEMENT PURPOSES Notice is hereby given to the qualified voters of ik Uty of Lexington, Lafayette County, Missouri, that pursuant to an order on the 13th day of November 19" a special election will be held in the said City onTuS day, the 12th day of December, 1922, for the purpose oi submitting a proposition to incur indebtedness of the said uty, and to issue negotiable bonds of the City there rSw ml? 9ne Hundfed and Eighty Thousand Dollars ($180,000), for the purpose of providing fundi o0fru-1 pave' curb or otherwise improve streets, allevj i ' . oaiu UUJ ana 10 re-construct ana repair sidewalks, bridges and cross-walks. The polling places for the said special election mil be as follows : !nWard No. 1 at Robertson-Latham Motor Cos pany s Garage, 720 Main Street. nf r? l!and No' 2 at Police Court Roora on fint flwr Vy gcoraer of 10th Street and Franklin Avena ifiic 2. W Nt0, 3 at William II. Loomis' Drug Store, 1816 Franklin Avenue. 9-?no!c vro No- 4 at Winfrey Brothers Restaurant 302 South Street. The ballots for use at the said election will be in the following form: OFFICIAL BALLLOT ECIAL BOND ELECTION CITY OF LEXINGTON TUESDAY, DECEMBER 12TH, 1921 PROPOSITION: To incur indebtedness of the Gtj S nftft Missouri. and issue City bonds in the sun w 180,000 for street improvement purposes. For increase of debt Yes For increase of debt No (Erase the clause you do not favor.) seveJo'eff P?' m be pen from eix 0'clock L 11 LOUIS MINOR, JR., AttMf- r n Ma?or City of Lexington I Mrs. Harry F. Smith left y es- ' Quail Law Closed. Quail is closed for the w two years. AnvhrwU tl shooting quail will be subject to bv )ipr .. . ra ' lsarinne Rus. wno will snenrl winier FOR FLETCHER'S Y CASTORA Lexington-K, C. Auto Line SAM and GEORGE LORANT0S Two Round Trips Daily To Kansas City Ltave 7 00 a. ni. and 1O0 p. m. Ketnrn 10 00 a. m. and 4:30 f. m. SI ?K10ih nd McG'- Telephone 6S7 5 ne y- Buy R ticket, $3.00 round trip I lrlrnf a r,wl 4 rr: ; --".vtjuuou an)' nine j, I rrr " i r a fine. Live Stock. Associatio. 2k.ShW'"S anspormaon n I '? Prob,em of day. iiuy a Ford car and own p '"Poriation line. ment dIIar rcdtion in price and our ear P1 Cnt P,an Puls this car vithin ca,y reach of every Get your order in now. Robertson-Lqfnni V T I A i idotor 6.