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. ~ Looking their Best
It is health, robust health, that
girl's good looks. It she gets sick, sh
tjj health, she knows that personal c
worry. They are hers. That is the
The story of Mrs. Hattle Ilainil- u
ton, 817 Myrtle Avenue, Latonla, c
Kentucky, is typical. She says: "I
havo never in all my life, until re
eently, weighed over 102 pounds. '
"lnaiy, I began to take Peruna.
My weight now is 120. While I
didn't really need it, I have startei I
3n tho third bottle. Peruna has I
certainly done mc a great deal of
lwod and I recommend It to my
Flends. Several are taking it.'
At is surprising the amount of do
pondence placed by women every- t
where upon 1)r. Hiartman's World t
F'amous Peruna. For forty-five
years it has been a household rem-- ]
wdy for coughs, colds. catarrh and I
aIl catarrhal inflammation whether I
Wrhy does a no work
waste What you was
bankl", we~dd pile up so fast
some substantial thing.
-That money you are
your oldi age comrfor"table an
Come :n and see us, w<
We add 4 per
Make OUR ban
N. B. DIAL, President
~~IiiII iiiliii, ii il
Do not Saw
'Tires are ofte linjuredI by
\\'lrio :he carZ l ltoaded th,.
* O galiSi lkC lire.
It i* (Er buslinl'k t~l su n<
out possible souire'ts of tire inlj
yoiu nid cvew tirts or repa;irs;
(l lilll i lli l u ill l fi l l i
CROPS THAT MAY
AT THE I
11. C. hEAl) WRi'I"I'EN .... .... ....
As we have repeatedly pointed out,
the binsIess of our cultivatei hands is
to grow ropiS, and when they are Idle
we ale Ic.sing mnoney. Not only are
we losing in the failuire to secture any
crops returns froin Idle lands, but such
lands,- hecause of wasiing and leach
ing, may he rapidly losing their most
valuable pilant foods. Let uts consider
: o' of tl, Itguls and nou-legutnes
11ltht ty be painted in corn and cotton
It the ast 'tlt ivti bion, to furnish reed,
to prevent washing antd leaching,
and to addl humus anild nitrogen.
1.- Props to Plant in Vorn
-very ltine we see a field of corn
"laid by" without peas, velvet beans,
soy heans of peanuts growing in it, we
feel like son' ian has a poor concep
lion of his ditty to his soil ant to his
fatuity's weltare. Any one of these
tour crois may lilt grown 'with
lii' returns f'ril themn ini feed and
soil inprot'vemens are litany times
gl-'eattr than tile cost of seti anti plant
ing. of these four crops, it is now too
late to plant velvet beans and peanuts,
btin in very late corn soy beans iay be
planted, (n' ti at iin thtem at the saIn t
ttlne the corn is cultivated. In all
Cori nlot yet laid by anl in 1i'ih vel
vet theatis, soy heans or hieantlits are
grow ing' ctwhtpas shoul by all
mneans he plantedl at the last working.
Of wiitt'I crops that niay he plant eil
in the corn, irobably hur cliver is the
only one it !.- satfe It) recoinmend for.
s'.i'.i:s 0O-' SOl 1'if
TO 11.11 -: 1111.. I ,1.
tine-Thi. ir or ' \ai iot l f-1nan1 SIr tg-ib.
Athlority i (i ien.
\\'ar !:in: ton. -.luly 1%; Soullw rIn
i':ites ;! ' .- I I c ATis: !ppj ; nV t'
ltes of T 'it tllt. I 't iurt. ( a iIhouin
i titl .\1' :. :;ia \\il st lipct :tilt,- i tit li'p
'Is5h a;' 'rmt ;:la ttly ot' thirdl of the
tiona l i t. .tr., :tit of ti nation
'l(it 'I 1t iv l.0 1(1 :ly ; ;p ' ltt
0 he 5'ott".it/tin phai's 'appr:; Wa
si< ti i I-f t 'itle f :thit :t1, O / t r l
e b f'n1 oia a fitr 1Snl l (iti ' ti tt at
ri ' i il t I i It ' li i t i i . i tt r t lit
t't'Sln e ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ iitt iv:tlt 1!It 1 :t1 i' t
it ilt' c ull 'a It 11. e ;'.
tintedl in:i: the co st aIrtill ry br-inch.
'l'te batsis a i i n a is : int lthe Na
t iina Gu r ~i n -th toft
('itit tilt itng h nt' t Nt' aII 't tiona
luartiy strcn::th of about t to' u nl 111nn
Avtailable ;1 ;propriations. howevelr
\'will twinit . siren:-t of ,1 y t' >
h' tutn "for 'nI ht .ee ao nirpe
111ix111 regiluent of oaafy thre re1,+'g'It
'r ,Itic 1s fi tl el. a . \:u1 ' "1: 1 1" ,l -x i ,a n ,,",,.
July planting. Seed should be sowed
broadcast at the rate of eight or ten
bushels of butrs per acre and covered
lightly. Where corn is laid by in Au
gitat, in the U!pper South, crinson
(elover may be planted, using fifteen to
twenty pounds of seed per acre and
lightly harrowing. Oats and rye may
also be plant1 I in the corn in August,
partilularly if early fall grazing is
I I.--Crops to Plant in Cotton.
Tlh' suntmer legumes are not suited
to planting with cotton, so fromn neces
sity %Ne mnust use such winter-growing
crops as best fit our particular condi
'Where hur clover Is to he grown, it
niay well he 'planted in the cotton 111(1
dies even in .July, though care should
he taken not to cover too deep. IBur
clover seed germinate slowly, and it is
ipretIy generally agreed hat the soon
er after harvesting they are planted
the helter. in the Upper South crimn
son el over nay be planted in August,
and as cotton is generally late this
year. the last cultivation will afford a
gtooid opportun1 ity for 1laning this
splendid winter leguinle.
Of non-le'unles to plant in cotton at
tih' last cultivation. lye an oats are the
best. In the l'pper South these mnay
well be planti d in Augutst at the last
eultivaion. and the plan might be tried
in the (',eral and Laowe'r South, part
irullarly if the last cultivation comnes
well along in the tuonth.
PRDICll(T lE-VOL.T OFp
Sli. \ NT I'N(. ('1T'1y.1::1N1'
(inese I-:nvoys S11y 3(i,01,0)) Will
o l 'SreInIer to ,Japanese .g-etres
N1"'w York'. .Ituly 1I l're licting thati
t1 * 1" :.I;for ui l ~~l l t n I r ' ' 1 of le (I S litu t1 :n
I ill 11tn r -urr1t i r i i thie .lapan, e
a:. r as:: Yn." l l 43II. . I ii:: aIn T.
1 . >u. : h d h ; " tos fro a 1 i n4333' Ihan
In a3 sIt' u n 1 h1 'r n 1 tlay d'4th 4 cr that
111 :1 Vl' III ll h31 ra4' tla 44330415 li l33411
the hor . itt inu JIaprant ? goods through:
wi' thI pr'' r I i w th' irei;t1h to a
"S a114 h1a11? s se1n lells o3f thou3s
ands1: of its 1ilizens to1 I-:uronpe, In help
w in tit he a r." saibd t he . 111111(4.nt1.
" 1;1a1) li 4s w l ere ill ii'ed. Now lit
II 33 + i or this c- r ice i In !deri
Siiiniin n"'S 11e3on31o1rn il and1 political
rights ov3r it Japan. What will these
:chhere: 1idol when they go Iwk Io
thir I native laid? lapanese police,
aI l 114an -s e m i r , . ; 1a l le s e e t r p i -
141i5 13345 . ti e111, t 1 111:;li5
1s on their w.1 P1npre ies. ':utl we ex
pect th"s we 111333 1341\' expel'ienced
t1h e tlerrIlo r of war u1 I.:urpaIe Iatnb lle'
li'Ihs n rIstr atisll ?
"T'I Shanl WIn et t Iv l t en bth s rals
'id1 a i' 5 ' 1 inl the far east. J apan
i.= sati;lied ; illh the clause an i will
I~ epewl neve aerltui hiies
IIrue lly f l t he .li11pa i-se bus id dur-341 3
ill notii''i3 % be rspon ih-' fori any actioni
they2 o may tak iwhen31 thei' tritory s'
inv nld o 'thicproertil robbi d.
The0411vllcy31. en ai h at no'I~T'flt 33nly was'.
rihlntng r e ar11 "h-dCi aii3 "fee d S tlr
'Iiory" heVl~riau e of ti h'iib tof hies
Appilyatio ropsbu the lifts ope
b t ochy orer offus w fithei
anse o .iusiangersiefrsf
rtoes vit'a l't an energ Dopufyn an hitl
ritc 'hing the klt. You, ca g o i Sregh
anng li' (or: at Effety PIrice stl0c. t
Apply1 t ew dropssC1 ithelift 0ensre1
t" ou"Och i Icrnsaof l with~iV
( ryzon an anl~illt gachingscorn Istanl
- that 1 on tpsh rtn,1hn1. lf
Dr. Chas. A. Cromei
---G RA DUA TE z"E
VETERINARY SURGEON &DENTIS
Service Day and Night
Will Appreciate Your Patronage.
Telepliones: Residence 201; Office '
Office at Posey's Drug Store.
AT.TMis S TORE
IS IT worth while to suffe
ache or poor vision whe
can be had at such small
We make a thorough ex
without cost, and if glas
them at the lowest possil
Foes C/ear Through
r' fro eye ache, head
n relief is so near and
arnination of the eyes
ses are needed, furnish
t that we
ll the Time is the Chief Business
e Blue Grass Belles.
et of Their Beauty
is responsible for the Kentucky
e proceeds to get well. Possessed
harm and attractiveness need not
f the respiratory system, stomach
r other organ or part of the body.
The record of Peruna for nearly
half century is a startling one.
'housands have discovered and tes
ify to its marvelous merit. Peruna
sold everywhere. May be pur.
hased in either liquid or tablet
orm. Your dealer has it. Ask for
)r. Ilartman's well-known Peruna
'onic. Do not accept a substitute
r "something just as good. ,lnsiet
If you are sick and suffering from
ny cause whatever, write The Po
una Company, Dept. 76, Columbus.
hio, for Dr. Hartman's Health
look. The book is free and may
1elp you. Ask your dealer for a
hard for money and then
e, if it were put into the
ou could finally invest it in
wasting now would make
a happy if you had it in our
will cheer'uly advise you.
k YOUR oan'".
C. H. ROPER, Cashier
ury~. andl~ so help yul get the 8
nni your ol)d oneCs. U