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Undertaking and Embalm
ing.
Our line of Undertaking Goods is com
plete. We carry on hand all kinds of CaSk^tS.
A licensed, experienced Embalmer at your ser
vice day or night. Calls Anywhere.
Auto Hearse furnished if desired.
Day Phone 40. Night Phone 145.
l^evvisburg W. Va. C. E. COX & Co.
Garment Germs May Cause Disease.
Uur scientific method of Pressing Clothes kills
all germ life, restores life and luster to the
clothes, and positively produces in every ?;ar
111 ent
The Natural Body Shape.
Cleaning. Altering. Repairing.
The Sanitaiy Shops, Lewisburg.
CHAUTAUQUA
Tenth Anniversary Program
1912-1921
21 EVENTS 21
FIRST WEEK-DAY
\ftcrnoon:
Greetings ? Chairman of the Guarantors
Response and Announcements ? Chautauqua Superintendent
Concert The Four. Artists
junior Chautauqua
Evening:
Concert ? The Four Artints
Lecture "The Advantage ol ? Handicap"? Elliott A. Boy I
SECOND WEEK-DAY
Morning:
Junior Chautauqua
Afternoon:
Lecture Chautauqua Superintendent
Concert ? Boston Musicians Quintet
Evening:
Concert Boston Musicians Quintet
Lecture "All the World and Ourselves" Dr. Frank Bohn
THIRD WEEK-DAY
Morning:
Junior Chautauqua
Mtcrnoon:
Concert The Pilgrim Entertainers
Illustrated Lecturc "1 he New Power in Southern Europe"
Drew Pearson
Evening:
Comedy-Drama "Nothing But the Truth" ? The Comui
Players
FOURTH WEEK-DAY
riling:
Junioi Chautauqua
Aiicritonn:
1 .ret re Chautauqua Supe rint?*nc?rnt
?. rl ? N1cur>ilh-I >nox Enterta inei s
:
?_ o i> cert ? McGiiit h-Knox Ente i tainer s
Lt dure ? Russia in Revolution" ? Dr. Gregory Zilboorg
FIFTH WEEK DAY
lornirip :
Junior Chautauqua
Ikftcrnoon:
Concert ? Operatic Orchestral Cli-b
Lecture ? News Headlines An Interpretation" Dr. Jesse
1 I. Holmes
^.voning:
Opera "The Bohemian Girl"
SIXTH WEEK-DAY
Horning:
Junior Chautauqua
li'.crnoon:
Junior Chautauqu Pageant "Junior Holidays'"
Punch and Judy" ? Will H. Smith
veniiitj :
Viiund Closing Entertainment ? The Dunbar White Hussars
SUNDAY
On Sunday a program suitable to the day will be arranged and
the hour announced.
SEASON TICKETS, $2.50
ADMIT TO ALL CHAUTAUQUA PROGRAMS
SINGLE ADMISSIONS TO EACH SESSION TOTAL $9.00
Buy a Season Ticket and Save $6. 50
'?KKN I v|; | j-;|{ CllAI'TAryrA l.e\visl>ur?. W. Vii., Jtil> ;?lh--l21h.
| STRIPPED FOR DINNER" i
l's Remark That Might Have j
1 Tather of Family to Small
Job of Thinking.
iivl I'.ok. tin- talented ex-i?dltor '
''?Tinrr. Miihl nt m business j
n in I'lilladrljihln :
"i Hint business men n re i
I 'In me fur 1 1 ??> ridiculous j
;:"in I'jiris which their dau/h
' Tin' business iiiiiti fiould j
|,,!i ' his innocent child to H jv |
|'i vli.? kin^ creations desire- i j
I <!<? la I *;i | x for the Uenii* I
l|: " Tilde.
paused and smiled.
' "ii hu<ifit>>?s man," he wont ,
'I'tained a house party the
As ii<- chiiio from his
''"tn (.ni> eveniim during the j
? ' ??v? 1-ln nnl his Imtl) r saving \
I " w lumper down the dutuh- I
I I
lr ?? laii'l'v sake, rook, hurry
I 'e ladies Is all
? '??ntjer.' "
Like and Unlike.
The death <>f Anders Zorn, the fa
mous etcher, brought the talk round to
Whistler, and a i'ittshurgh poet said:
"Whistler and Walter Siekert were
once printing etchings together. Siek
ert. stumbling, had the misfortune to
drop a copper plate.
"'How like you!' said Whistler,
felly.
"Hardly five minutes Inter Whistler,
usually the deftest, surest of men,
dropped a copper plate hltuNeJC. lie
stooped and picked it up. Then ho
murmured :
"'How unlike me !' "
Weighted Down.
"How do you account for his drown
ing? I thought he was an excellent
swimmer ?"
"So lie was 1 mi t after his body was
recovered, we Jtound that be had been
?o loaded down with a cigai'-tte case,
a fancy match box. a metal cigar clip
per, .a patent cigar iigh'er, a gold
trimmed fountain pen ami a few other
metallic curios and novelties that bo
didn't have a chance."
Special Seed Offer.
W e l?uy and raise largo quantities of Seed lor our own use. we search tlio market* of tlie world for the best in quality
and price, and are able to ofler our customers the advantages of ??ur large buying capacity by selling you the *ame liig'h
grade Seed we use on our own larins at a very good saving to you. Below are some of the Seed we can oM'er :
Parcel Prc
Post paid
Variety. l'or Oz. l'n' Ll>
TOMATOE
Acme * .30 *3.00
lion nil' Best . . .'27) 2.50
Chalks Jewell 25 2.50
Dwarft Champion 35 3.50
Early Detroit .311
(irealer Baltimore .. . .3(1 2.50
.lolin Hear .35 3.50
Livingston (ilohc 30 3.00
Livingston Beauty .... .30 3.00
My Maryland .25 2.50
New Stone 25 2.00
Ponderosa .10 1.50
Bedlield Beautv 30 3. (JO
Bed Bock . ... 25 2.50
Sparks' Earliana .25 2.50
Truekers 1'avorite 25 2.50
PUMPKIN
Big Tom .20 1.00
Corn Field .... .20 1.00
C.reen Striped Cusliaw 25 1.50
Kentucky Field .. 20 .75
Tennessee Sweet Potato .20 1.00
ONION
Australian Brown .25 2.50
Prizctaker .30 3.0ft
Bed Bermuda .25 2.50
Bed ('.lobe .30 3.00
White (ilobc .30 3.00
\ellow (ilobc 30 3.00
While Portugal .3o 3.00
White Bermuda 30 3.00
CABBAC.E
Ail Seasons ... - .50 7.00
Autumn King .">0 7.00
Brunswick Short Stem . . . .50 0.50
('has. Wakelicld 75 11.00
Drumhead Savoy .. .50 7.(10
Early Drumhead .50 0.00
Curled Simpson 15 1.00
Iceberg .02 1.50
OK H A
Dwarf (ireen . .10 .00
?French Market ... .10 .00
White Velvet .10 .50
Perkins Long Pod ..... .10 .50
HHl'BABB
Victoria .20 1.50
jLinncaos 20 1.50
CCCIMBEBS
White Spine .20 1.00
Long (ireen 20 1.00
C.hicago Pickling .20 1.00
Early Fortune 20 1.00
(Ireen Cluster 20 1.00
Everbearing .20 1.00
Forrlbook Famous .20 J .00
BEETS
Crosbys Egyptian . 20 LOO
Detroit Dark Bed .20 1.00
EH ipse .20 1.00
Larl\ Blood Turnip 20 1.00
Long Smooth Bed 20 1.00
Long Bed Mangold 20 1.00
I 'areel Pre
Post paid
Yarietv. Per <>/. Per i.i)
cilery
Easy Hlanehing .25 2.0(1
Colden Self Rlanehing 2.00
Winter Queen . .25 2.00
White Plume .25 2.00
ENDIVE
Broad Leaved Ratavian . ... 20 1 .no
(Ireen Curled .20 1.00
White Curled 2(1 1.00
CARROT
fO\heart .20 1.00
C.hanteny .20 1.00
Dan vers Half Long 20 1.00
MUSTARD
Mammoth Southern Curled . . .20 1.00
Marly Jersev Wakelield . .7.") 'J.OO
Early Flat Dutch - 50 ti.00
Henderson's Marly Summer .">0 ?5.00
Late Drumhead 00 7.00
Late Flat Ouleh _ .">0 0.00
Succession .50 7.00
Sure Head 50 7.00
COLLAHDS
(ireorgiia .25 1.00
North (Carolina iimuronih .. .25 100
cantaloupe
Rocky Ford 15 .75
Larly Netted (iein .15 .75
Honcv Dew ... .25 1.50
Pink Mi-at 15 1.00
.li'iinv Li ml .15 1.00
WATERMELON
Ce-orgia Rattlesnake 15 LOO
lee Oreaui 15
Florida Favorite .15
Tom Watson .15
A|.ib:?ma Sweet 15
?Kleeklii* Sweet .15
Mountain Sweet 15
PEPPER
Chinese Ciant .50 0.00
Ruby Ciatnl .50 (>00
Ruby Kinji 50 0.00
Hell or Hull Nose .50 0.00
Long Red Cayenne .50 5.00
Red Chili 50 5.00
Sweet Pimento 50 5.00
ECC. PLANT
Purple Thornless .50 5.00
iBIaek Reality 50 5.00
Florida High Rush .10 1.00
N. Y. Improved .50 5.00
PARSLEY
Champion Moss Curled .20 LOO
Dwarf Moss Curled 15 .75
PARSNIP
Improved Hollow Crowned .20 1.50
SQUASH
Early White Rush .15 1.00
Majujnouth White Rush .15 LOO
Yellow Crook nee k .15 1.2.")
/.)
.73
.7r>
.7")
.7")
.75
Parcel I'ri'
Post paid
Variety. Pit <)/.. Pur \At
lettuce
llig Itoslon . .10 1.0(1
Black Salamanda - - . I 5 1.(10
Hanson .!.} 1.0H
California ('.ream lint t *? r . 1 7? 1.00
SPINACH
Dlooinsdali* Savoy - - -20 1.00
liiant Finnish . -0 1.00
Monstrous Viollay . .20 1.00
SALSSIFEB
Mammoth Sandwich Island .3(i 3.00
SWISS CI1ABD
Common (ireen .20 1.2.3
Liicullus 20 1.25
BCNCII BEANS
Per I Jj. Per l/b.
Pre- Not
paid Prepaid
Burpee's Stringless 30 .25
Giant Stringless .. . ..30 .25
Pod Valentine .30 .25
Bounteful HO J?5
Black Valentine .30 .25
POLK BEANS
Per Lb. Per LU.
Pre- NcM
paid Prepaid
Kentucky Winder . . .35 .25
Oid-Fafch'ioned Cornfield . . .35 .25
Striped Crease Back 35 .25
SWKET COBN
Per I J). Per Lb.
Pre- Ncrt
paid Prepaid
Country (ientlemen .30 .25
Stoweli's Evergreen .. ... .30 ..25
Black Mexican .30 .25
Golden Bantam .30 .25
Early Adajns - 25 .15
Tt'BNIPS
Oz. Lb.
Purple Top White Globe . . .20 1.5(1
Purple Top Strap Leaf .20 1.5#
White Flat Dutch .15 1.25
White Egg .20 1.25
White Globe .20 1.25
Yellow Globe _. .20 1.25
Yellow Aberdeen 20 1 .20
Seven Top .15 1.00
Southern Prize .15 1.00
Butabaga 25 2.00
pi : AN I TS
Pre- Not
paid Prepaid
White Spanish .20 .t-?
North Car. Bunner .2.r> .15
Dwarf Essex Bape -30
write lor prices on large lots of anything we list..
Parker I'arms <;ive you the same Seed as used by ourselves, hut uive no warranty ox pressed or implied as to descrip
tion. purity, productiveness, or any other m Utter of any Seeds they send out. and they will not lie in any way responsible for
the crop grown. If the purchaser does not accept the goods on these terms they are at once to be returned.
lhese quotations are subject to market change, and to our being sold out when your order is received, and in the hit
ter case the money will be returned.
Terms Net Cash. No (J. <>. I), shipments.
PARKER FARMS, MOULTRIE. GEORGIA
LOOK FOR IMPORTANT FINDS
Archeologists Believed on Verge of
Great Discoveries in Districts
of Central America.
Important medical anil economical
discoveries that will be of greait value
to tiie modern life of the peoples of
the world aire on the verge of being
[ made at the present time in several
j districts of Central America by Ameri
can archeologists.
I riils |hi?p1mm\v wns mnilo hy I'rnf.
! William (Sales, president of the .Maya
society, in am address delivered :i t the |
meeting, nt Johns Hopkins univedsity.
of the Archeological Institute of
America, the Philological association
aim! the .Maya society.
! i'rof. tJntes brought forth In his
talk the fact that In Central America
there has recently been discovered the
evidences of an ancient race of peo
ple, with a civilization ais obi and ais
| cultured ais that of the ancient Kgyp
I thins.
The plains of nn eminent croup of
I American archeologists for further ex
ploration of the remains of tin*
ancient nice were dwelt on by the
speaker. These workers, he declared,
hold forth the promise to the Ameri
can people of a new region, rich with
nrclicological material, the surface of !
which has yet only been scratched.
Among *he most important discover
j les expected to be made there are the |
unearthing of further native medical
works, some of which are already in
the hands of the Maya society, that >
will add valuable specific pharma
copoeia and medical knowledge to that
society In this country.
Women's Hair Price Increases.
The price given hy hairdressers for
1 women's hiilr has increased enormous
j ly during the last pj months. While
j some women In America and Britain
j sell their hair, the real trade in this
; commodity is done in continental coun
, tries. Peasant girls in France. P.el
j giurn and 1 1 a I > sell their hair nt r eg
i ular periods to dealers. This hair Is
mostly of the fair *.ind black variety,
; while most golden hair Is obtained
j from Scandinavians.
Men do not leave home in order to
ninke sure that absence makes the
, heart grow fonder.
Stop in.
Hear the
New
Victor
Records
> **
for
June
88631 None di Fir**** ? vt#nt, nftn (Ah. Why Delay So I^ngT1) Lucrezia Borl
746AI Same Old, Dear Old Place Sophie Braslau
88620 Messe Solennelle ? Domine Drun (Praise Forever to Cod. the Father) Enrico Cnruio
64056 (a) La Fille out cheveui de I in (The Cirl with Flaxen Hair)
(b) Menestrel* (Minstrels) Piano Alfred Cortot
64957 Don Carlos ? O Carlo, nscolta (O Oarlosi Listen to My Plea) Giuseppe Do Luca
64958 Last Rose of Summer Violin Mischa Elmani
74682 Sons Without Words (Romance Sans Paroles) Violoncello Hani Kindler
7468i Zaza ? O mio piccolo tavolo ingnmbrato (My Desk, Like My Heart.
is ELncumbcrcd with C'nrc) Giovanni Martinelll
74686 Capriccio Valse Violin Erika Morini
74684 Walkiire ? The Ride or the Valkyrie* Philadelphia Orchestra
87325 Andrea Chenier -Son semnnt'anni (Sixty Years Hast Thou Served Them)
Titta RufTo
87326 Sometime We'll Understand Ernestine Schumann-Heink
...../DaHinR Lambert Murphy
lLove in Lilac Time Lambert Murphy
,-7 (Underneath Hawaiian Sltiei- Fn? Trot Pnul Whiteman and His Orchestra
IO/44;, sippy Shore- Medley Ohb-SU|j HuiiI Whiteman and His Orchestra
? 07 , r 1 1 Lost My Heart to You Medley rnr Trot JoHcpli C. Smith and His Orchestra
\ Broken Moon ? Without You? Med. Fox Trot Joctph C. Smith and His Orch.
.an At. (Somebody's Mother Peerless Quartet
II Found n Rnro in the Devil's Gulden Sterling Trio
1 q7 17/ M y Mother's Evening Grayer Henry Burr
INow 1 Lay Me Down to Sleep Charles Hart-Elliott Shaw
io7,q( Rebecca Monroe Silver
|My Old New Jersey Home \ Billy Murray
ia7.QiEI Relicario (The Charm) Blue and White Marimba Band
\One-T%vo-Three-Four ? Medley Waltz Ferera and Franchini
,a75n/Teach Me ? Fox Trot All Star Trio and Their Orchestra
I Round the Town ? Fox Trot All Star Trio
.07c, (Nestle in Your Daddy's Arms American Quartet
ll'm Missin' Mammy's Kissin' Peerless Quartet
,a7e7(On the Campus - March Soma's Band
IBulleta and Bayonets ? 'March Sousa's Band
,c7flu(AII For You ? Happiness ? Medley Fox Trot Paul Whiteman and His Orchestra
|Moonb??nil-'Pining ? Mfdlty F??Trot All Star Trio and Thear Oralsestr*
j The Largest stock of V1CTROLAS and RECORDS in
this Section of the State.
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ILewisburg, West. Va. Bookseller and Stationer.
"Sparkles" says:
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i)
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