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Jtfgr .--, 'v J ..-, "&... sf-,: iT ,. - --', -. j. ? -' TUESDAY, TTJ11fdii - l .1 -vv-v v TJ T. . --l, Y-- j -.: ?.iJ?Hti . ... z" . T -i- -1 :? 6ftNft MB PW WW T""'i!8ffy''!'M"l'''T!Hil se m SAY "BAYER", when, you ."buy Aspirin. Unless you -see name "Bayer" on tablets, you are not getting the genuine Bayer product prescribed by physi cians over 22 "years and proved safe by millions for . Colds Headache Rheumatism Toothache Neuralgia " Neuritis Earache Lumbago Pain, Pain Accept only "Bayer" package which contains proper directions.' Handy "Bayer" boxes of 12 tablets Also bottles of 24 and 100 Druggists. Aspirin is the trade mark of Bayer Manufacture of Monoaceticacidester of Salicylicacid MOHTHLY BUSINESS EE7TEW TELLS T0BACC0P10SPECTS .OLD-TIME PABLOBS Do you remember the old-time -parlors of a generation ago? They were great show places, with their rail gilded" chair, settee upholster ed in horsehair, family album, ste reoscope, china parlor lamp hand painted in gorgeous colors, and the footstools made of six tin cans cov red with carpet. Over in-the corner was the "what not," its shelves littered with sea shells, souvenirs from the Philadel phia Centennial and the jug covered with an amazing collection of junk imbedded in putty. Awe-stricken children used to peek into the parlor when mother was out in her new alpaca "leaving cards on" the banker's wife and "other social lights. For one was allowed in the parlor only on stated occasions funerals, when the minister called, when "company came" or when sister en- The Monthly Business Review, published at Cleveland, Ohio, un der the auspices of the Fourth Fed eral Reserve District, and the Fed eral Reserve Bank, has the following short review of the Burley district: "The tobacco situation in the Bur ley section Is especially good at the present time. The Burley Tobacco Growers' Co-operative Association has re-dried and placed in storagel that portion jof the 1921 crop which it did notsell in loose leaf form, An advance was made to the grow ers at the time they delivered their tobacco to the Association "and a second payment is due the latter part of May. "Reports from Western Kentucky indicate that the dark tobacco growers' association movement is spreading rapidly and that a consid erable proportion of the crop has al ready been signed up. This associa tion cover the various dark tobacco j types, both the dark fire cured and the air "cured tobaccos. It is based on obtaining a sign-up of at least two thirds of the tobacco growers and it is expected that this propor tion will be obtained during the time limit set, so that the 1922 crop will be handled by the associa tion." o Noiseless Bird. The plumage of the owl is so en veloped in fine and downy filaments; that its flight is noiseless, says the merican Forestry Magazine. It takes Its victims unawares and therefore is able to overcome animals much larger T jr- -jm tertained the young sport who drove heavier than itself, up in a side-bar buggy. Shades ! bhmmmmmmk were drawn In the daytime or shut-i ters closed to keep the sun from fading the brussels carpet. Next to the parlor was the sitting room, center of home life, where Little Willie read "Rollo in Paris," mother darned the socks and later read "Godey's Lady's Book," and fa ther read the headache news from Washington, close up to the smok-i ing oil lamp, squinting his eyes as he peered through "specs." We laugh at that atmosphere now. But it produced some "mighty substantial folks." TJSEBS OF ADDING MACHINES For your convenience we are now carrying a stock of the best adding, machine rolls and can supply you with one or a dozen at a time. This la a firm Tin on linnil i-irmn.. ! nlifm ' w u uii imvu uuiiu yayi. auu. auau lutely lintless. THE BOURBON NEWS, m?mi&zmm$msmm m T Get Your Ticket 1 Your Ticket Now Redpath Chautauqua The 1009o -Program 7 BIG J DAYS WERE , A BIG SURPRISE STATES NURSE Had To Have Something To Pull Her Through When Near Callopse Irom Overwork Chose Tanlac and Was Fully Bestored, She Says. , . Mrs. A.- J. Mercer, 655 Neave St., Cincinnati, Ohio, a practical nurse for twenty years, has given the fol lowing interesting statement about Tanlac: "I suffered a nervous shock from an accidental death in my family, then found it necessary for me to earn a living for my three children. I re-entered the ranks of practical nurses and worked so hard I was on the verge of a collapse. My 'nerves were shattered I had nouappetites, ate only from necessity and suffered from insomnia. My work was a bur den and I saw I had to set mvself built up. "I began takinsr Tanlac and im proved almost from the first. It was really surprising the way I be gan to pick up. I gained ten pounds, and my work is much easier. My son seemed to have malaria and I gave him Tanlac. His improve ment also was most gratifying. "Ve got such good results I am glad to give this testimonial." Tanlac is sold by all good drug gists. (adv) o PURE WATEB WITHOUT C0L0B MM ESI . CANDIES -1j IN ATTRACTIVE BOXES 1 X ?' B AN APPROPRIATE GIFT --k Tffi MISS HOLLADAT s - - - - in mt - """ h i ! - $ --r - i "" .. A - . f ' Lr- 1 i j s tHEITNtSERSAL CAT '",';;; ' i ,- CHAUTAUaUA WEEK HEBE JULY 12TH TO 19TH This Is A Store For The Entire Family - Summer Apparel For Men, Womeri and Children The Very Things You Want To Wear Are Here Quality First. Prices Always Right ' rr r r Jr. Take a day off and come to our city. If you are not - well ac quainted; come di rectly to our Infor mation Bureau on the Fourth floor and let us tell you what there is to see. Water in its purest state is prac tically colorless, except that it has a blue tint when a considerable amount of it is viewed together The water of Loch Katrine in Scotland is nearly pure chemically, although it contains a very small amount of carbomfeious matter, which gives it a faint brown tinge. Water, under some circumstances, looks as if it was full of color, and this happens when light thrown upon it is re flected back again, as in the case of a soap bubble and of a rainbow, the latter being formed of drops of rain that reflect back the sunlight, broken up into its different parts which resemble the colors of a rain bow, Stagnant or "bad" water seems to have colors on it because of the different forms of life growing on its surface and forming layers which re flect the light back and forth. The waves of lige interfere with each other and cause colors, pure water has a taste salts dissolved in it and from the'at mospheric gases, nitrogen, oxygen and carbon dioxide which H it contains. Betctly froTtti the Down They Go Again ! Lowestjrices f. o. b. Detroit in the history of the -Ford Motor Co., effective January 16, 1922 Chassis $285 Runabout 1 319 Touring Car 348 Truck Chassis :............ 430 Coupe .. ,580 Sedan "..... .V.T... 645 (F: O. B. DETROIT) RU OGLES MOTOR COMPANY MMHIUHHt I H '1 1 1'M"I-'I"H''I"M"M"I" GEORGE R. DAVIS UNDERTAKER Distinctive Service - BOTH TEtEPHONES Day Nlsht 1 3T 399 mm h mhh mtninnmm mm HiHHiHH mi WANTS MORE MONEY TOR EDU CATIONAL PURPOSES ? Our store reflects the good old summer trme: Everything in apparel for the fam ily graveling acces sories merchandise you ,will be proud to own. You can spend an entire daywith us a good res-' taurant serving the best food at reasonable prices rest and reading rooms every facility for your comfort. Come You Are Very Welcome crnftnT 'ubleu aii fatefv- t " V ftftATKST rroftft. ---v'i--' CINCINNATI,. OHIO Dr. Frank L. McVey, president of the University of Kentucky, deliv ered the commencement address to forty-four graduates of the Louis ville Normal School lasf week. ' . Dr. McVey told the new "teachers that America's greatest problems are ecomonics. He deplored the fact that an attempt is being made to erect a barrier to a much-needed foreign trade in the shape of a pro tective tariff. The educator indicated that there is y something wrong with a nation that will snend billions for liquor and tobacco, as the" United States did in 1919, and will neglect to pro vide additional funds required for education. The teachers were told that upon them will fall the task of imparting to future citizens a conception of fundamental principles of econom ics. "Although your field does not yield a great financial return, there is none in which greater happiness can be had!.' Dr. McVey said. o Solitaire. Solitaire is a game played ,on a board invented with 33 or 37 hemi sphered hollows, with the same num ber of balls or marbles. An unoccu pied hollow is left by removing one ball, and the balls, or pieces, are then captured as in checkers. No moves are allowed in diagonal directions or o;er more than one space at a time. The trick is to leave a solitary ball in the center .hole. ' o Destructive Volcanic Outburst. Rising to a height of 13,000 feet, Snly a few miles Irom Kilauea, ib the great volcano of Mauna Loa, which has inter mittent eruptions, the last one of great violence beginning in October," 1919, and continuing for five months, the flow coming. from a split in the"moun- ! tain far down upon Its flank. The brack rolls of treacle" lava flowed for miles .through the sand fiats, forests and bare rock slopes, finally emptying Into the sea, where giant clouds of steam rose day and uight. Myriads of sea fish were killed by the boiling water. sf- tfiM A3L GET READY FOR SPRING Toy's Paints and Varnishes Prices at Old Time Levels GET FIGURES ON PAINTING . NOW! Don't wait till Spring. Paint is most valuable for the protection it yields. This is the time to paint for protective purposes. Paint to forestall the destruction that would take place. Come in and let us figure on the job for you. 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