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tobacco quality We state it as our honest belief that the tobaccos used in Chester? field arc of finer quality (and hence of better taste) than in any other cigarette at the price. Liggcn & Mycrt Tobacco Co. ChestertieM CIGARETTE S of Turkish mid Domestic tobaccos?Mended JorEvejy Field Use *625 r".u.n.iMr.,t Every Power Job You can plow, disk, harrow, harvest, thresh, bale hay, grind feed, fill the silo, saw wood, pump water, pull stumps, do road work or any other power job around the farm quicker, easier and at less cost to you with the Fordson Tractor. Twenty-four hours each day, every working day in the year it will give maxi? mum service. Light but powerful it gets from job to job quickly. Easy to operate and control?effi? cient, economical and above all DEPENDABLE. Get in the power-farming frame of mind now. Call, phone or drop us a card for facts. See the Fordson in practical operation. Mineral Motor Co. InccVporMoU DIU STONU IUI'. ITiNNINflTON uAP, NORTON srnl Cnr-.IUIttN REGULAR MEALS or SHORT ORDERS A strictly sanitary place to eat where the service is of the best. Clean, wholesome, appetizing meals at small cost. The family will find it both convenient ?and pleasant to eat their Sunday dinner with us. LEWIS & H1NSHAW Successors to J. K. Gilly Budding Fruit Trees liudding is replacing gruftago lo n large ox ton I and in ono of ih.' most oconnmicnl moans of reproduction. The operation in simple und is done with great Hpeed. It consists of inserting n Ringle bud nnilronoith the i hark und in tlireol contncl with the CUinbiUUI layer I.lidding is Oinplnyed upon nearly all young fruit lives and almost entirely upon the stone fruits It is performed during the grow ing season, usually .I uly, Ati gust and early Sop'.embor when mature buds of tho current sea? son's growth can bo obtoined and the bark 6.lips or peels oasi ly. When it is desired to top work trees by buddiug it is usually preferable to cut back the limbH rather severely the previous year in order 10 force out suckers upon which the buds aro to be inserted. Shield budding is the method most commonly used and is perform? ed as follows: The btld tdinuld he mature and taken from wood of the current season's growth ami from trees of tho dosired variety. The bud sticks are prepared by remov mn the leaves, leaving the peti? ole or stem attached to serve as a handle, which aids in placing the bud beneath the bark. The buds arc cut with a lliiu-bhld 0(1, sharp knife ami so that a small portion of the woody (is* sue of the brunch is removed with t be bud. The stock upon which the huds are to hi' placed should ho placed should he at leant as thick as a lead pencil. A smooth place on the Mock is solected and a T-shaped incision is made. The vortical cut being made first, ami usually an inch to an inch and a half loin; The transverse cut in made across (he top of the vertical cut and about I (o I of uu inch long. I'he corners of the bark arc then lifted and the bud pushed in place by means of the handle of the leaf stem and tho buck ol the knife blade. The bud is then securely wrapped and lied with rallia. As soon as the bud has unite.I with (he stock, (be ratlin should I.ul on the side opposite the bud lo prevent binding (be shoot. The hud should remain dormant, until tho following spring when the stocl; or shoot is cut buck to a half an inch above I he hud in order to throiv t ho enure force Of the pi.ml into the hud. The -Bah pi v vs.Tkrift llnol? In The Dallas NoweT HARDING DECLARES THAT ECONOMY IS IMPERATIVE Pltaturo It Expressed Uy Presldont Over Large Investment* Made In S.tvino,s Secuilties. Declaring that "nothing could bo truer than Unit In the present eco? nomic Mate pi the world it t? necoa aary not onl) tor the people to teach, ton to practice economy in expend! turea niul found method! In Invest? ment of their aavinga." Warren 0. Harding, President of the Untied statin, hna bipreaed personal pteaaurc over laige Investment? which are be line made liy the people ol the I'nltcd State* In Treaaury Saying* Sccurltlea, which aie Die :i cent Thrift Stamp, It Treaaury Savlngi Stamp, If, ilov ernment Savings Stamp and |2S, fiiw and ile?u Registered Treasury Sav in, .- Certlflcatea Kur the hencilt of the people of the United siatcs the Treasury Depart? ment makea nil Government Saving! Securities, ranging in denomination from 21 cents to Sluotl. available to the public at or Ihroush any post ?nitre. The i vend- of the Treasury Depart? ment ahow ttiat tin- 126 and ilOO lieg iistored Treaaury Savings Certificate are nought aB Investment? by an In creaalng number of aavum. During tho last few years tho people of the United States have saved (or them xolvoi tn Government Savlnfi Secur Kiel mi amount ecjual to tho coat of digging tho Panama Canal, ihe tu ?t OSt ditch In (In- world. FRENCH THRirr Prance In making a wonderful re cover). (till of 1,400 miles of railway de stroy<d In the war, more than 90 per cent have already been replaced. Of the 660,000 houses destroyed, aomo 160,000 bare been replaced or repaired. More than one-half of the 1.966 fiic lories, del troy od arc now re-established i\nd producing. In every line of activity the Kreuch have ili inonKtrnlcil wonderful recupor allvo power?. What Is the reason? There Is no fiucsllon aa io the an awer: It Is thrift?not only thrift Itself but the HABIT of thrift which Is an Immeasurably bigger ihliiR France belange io Us people. In a population of 40.080.000 some 12.000, 000 are householders of w'hom 9,000.000 own their own homes Nearly one-half the area of France Is under cultivation and there are few landhogs. SCHOOL SAVERS ARE DOINQ SPLENDID WORK IN THRIFT CAMPAIGN MANY SOCIETIES FORMED AND MEMBERS ARE NOW BUSILY WATCHING THEIR MONEY OROW Teacher* and children are, enthu? siastic ovui tho new Uirtft spirit In ti.u school rouin, which has already resulted not ouly In giving a novel and practical Interest to time houored sub? jects, but la the organiiallon of ap? proximately 11,000 Bchool savings clubs In tho schools of this district. Last year the gross salos of Tbrlfl and War Savings Stamps and Treasury Savings Certificates In tho fifth di* trict amounted to moro than J2.31S.000 during tho school soaslon. and it la hoped that when tho figures aro com? piled tor the 1020-1921 feaslou, an oven better record will be ohown. Thousands of penny and nickel sav? ings books, text leaflets in thrift and wall charts for showing 'he records o! saving-.! clubs have boon mail.si out to t-chool* asking for them. Hoys and girls are learning to put their tuonej Into govarnmonl savings securities In stead of wasting il, and in order thai they may nut look upon aavlnr.s as an end In Itself, and gain a false coucep (Ion of thrirt as a form of stinginess, lliey are encouraged to save for sonn definite, worth-while object auch, foi Instance, a9 a college education 01 business capital. Savlag la only a third of the garec, however, for the youngsters earn much of tho money they save and Invest In Thrift and Savings Stamps. Weeding tobacco, running cnands, clerking In stores, washing dishes, raising vege? tables and Uro tlock are some of tb< callings In which school ravings clul. members engage during summer vaca? tion! and after school hours, and keen Is the rivalry among them. Even the smallest lot! .no takiOg an active part In the "Barn and 9nve" movement, and patriotic leacliori who understand the value of thrift its nn element of good citizenship are devot Ing their time and thought to making II pail of their eduealloii.il work, find aro also encouraging the organization of savings clubs by the children them selves Tboy realize thai they ai, rondoring u n-al service to the couhtr; by teaching sound economic thought practical patriotism and prosperity. GIVING SPLENDID AID Poatmaatera are giving splendid co-operation In the effort to create new capital by Increasing the mini ber of Investors In g?vernihhoilt aavinga securities Approximate!) 200.000 lettera have been distributed by them alnce the middle of Feb? ruary to patrons ol Ihoir through post oHIce boxoi or by means of the ?regul?r carriers, call? ing attention tu the fact that the man who saves even a dollar 0111 ot his Income has to that cxtonl become a capitalist, and to the ab solute safety of government sccufi ties its Investment! for such sav? ings. The postmaster! are 1,1 be I congratulated not only for helping 10 finance the government but inr making their influence toll in be ball of the welfare of their own communities. Distribution of these letiera rnoaiia that the benefits ot saving and sound Investment b!vo been brought directly to the atten? tion of thousands of persons in Mary/Und, the District of Columbia. West Virginia, Virginia xnd the two Carolina! SMALL CAPITALISTS RAPIDLY INCREASING (JROWING NUMBER OF MODEST INVESTORS CONSIDERED SIGN OF NATIONAL PROS? PERITY One of the most hopeful signs for the future ot thia nation Is the over Increasing lint of .small Investors. This movement, which gained such gieat stimulus Unuugh the Issue of Liberty Honda. Is now continuing wltli added momentum. Having once tested the Joys of coupon clipping, having learned the towards of economy and thrift, the man of small means has become an inveterate Investor. Never before has the ahsoluie -u(, i, of Investment lu government iocuritl * been so coupled wlib opportunity I 11 sui.; pioflt as at the present time. I.tb erty Bond*. Treasury Savings Cnrllfl cites and Savings Stamp? offer t!.r chance for every man, woman ai.u child to Join the ranks ot tho cn pit nil and to do so w ithout Inconvenloaci 01 danger of los Rqiially lm|?jilsnt Is ih.. ctTect on tho hnbtts of the people. The movement strikes directly at the na? tional vice of c*\-,-agnnoo. Already It has done much to change the Unit? ed States from a nation of spenders to a nation of savers and tho end la nei yet. Practice thrift and saving for thirty days and you will never abandon the habIL tn that lime you will have learned what it means to you. Thrift stamps pave the road to prosperity. Anyone can be a failure! it takes Intelligence, thrift and hard work, to 0? a succorav Relief in Sight. If a settlement of i|?. j^. question is made thm ?ill I* reasonably satisfactory tu \yl sides it will be on,. Kn'at,^, not only to ihetn, but i0 tk, peoplo of the United Stau., i' xv (d I. Our country todny is |,rar, cally divided into twn r ' on tbo subject?a minority 4 ardent chmnpions of the |riji cause, and n mnjnrily ?|?, r. lieve in letting countries on ||lt other side'of the wan t mana?, their own nifnirs withoui inti fernhce from us. It is a source of liiienniitssiu many professional pnlil ,,,.. M bo w ant to ki up in tin- uw ' graces of iheir Irish cuuxtii cuts, yet feilr to idieiiatu n support of those in the ,it|ltl camp It keeps them "iva;|ii,k. ami squirming in an iittenihi i say i om. thing and \at m ||, same tune shy nothing. We have bad one groat iliviv ion of principle in ibis entmin We do mil want aiinlhei I hi' Irish question etui not \ ainieabh adjusted nn\ t, lo suit our Uncle Samuel While ut peace the we. n devises ways and liiouint i; perpetuating pence ('onfidencc in tin' doctor ? the beul pari of the pt?>scri| (. ORDER OF PUBLICATION \ lltniNI \ in tba i lerk Dm II... i inaiii i nun ?I M er county iuii'ui day of Sopioiiittei. Iiril. s un Splvoy, I'latntlR*, vs. Kniiliia Wu.nl Splvny, I'. I. n.hiii IN I 'll AM T.liY: Trio iibjccl of tills soil in to i.l.i mi i il von?, "A Vlmtulo Malrhnniili,' ujmn'thy grounds i.| ailiilnay. Ami il appears I'nnn alii.I.o il iitt file la Knill otllcn that tho ilntmitl nil, I mn Wood Spivor, is nut a reaiiteiil ol '.: Hliilo ut' Virginia il is ordered I lot .... appear hiiro ivlllihi tcti day dtei i piililiealliin of Ihls ordiir ami ilii,wh?l i ni'i i'.vjry to |>i<???'?-1 h?r Inicre?! lu ll.li suit. Ami it is fnrlhnr liiiletcd lint i Clipy III'.I I..- published on,. i ... i : loin successive weeks in lb* Hi-' : = flap I'oal ami Hint a copy I?' |wst?il ?1 ili<- limit iliHirnl' Iii.. I.,in I House of thii .inly, ami that a copy lie malted lotU ilofuiiilaut, Kaiinlu WimmI Sjiivey, ?' Welch, Weal Virginia, her laut Uno?n lioHtolUcii addreaa A copy Teal?; It II' ItOIIKItT's, i ltd \V. .1 Morale,)', |>. 'i wpllMWll WANTED! A younj< man who can sell Pianos. Good contrai l In one who can produce results. C. C. BLANKENSHIP i'l'-'a, Appalachia, Va. Dr. 0. [ionoyt'utl I )K NT 1ST Ulf. STONE CAP, VA. tifnee in Willis Building nvei Miitua. lung Suire UKl SKIM: (IAP l-OIMil Nu I? A. P. A A. M. als second Thursday ?f eae? , mouth at s p. in. Masonic Visiting brethren welcome. II. II. Snail', M 11 .1. II. M Mill-"-. ? I STPVPNSON CIIAIMI.H N" " R. A. M. Moots third Thuisday ol ?** month at s p. in Masonic H?" \'is ling companions welcome, t) n v vxIIokukii, ii * .1.11. M.VTIIKW?, > II. EJ. FOX Civil and Mining F.nglnours Blu Slono Cap, Vn, Harlan.K> Iteporta mil oatbuateaon I'oal and I >?'? bar Lands. Design ami Hans ol ' Coke I'lanta, Land, Kallroail anil mm Kngluoorlng, Bleclrlo Blue PrintlnR Dr. J. A. (iilmcr Physician and Surgeuii OKFIOK?Up aiaiis in Kelly Binidlog. iii-M door to Monte Vista ll?,e1' Big Stone Gap, Va._ DR. THOMAS F. STALEY Refractionist. Treats diseases ol Ihe Pye, Par, New and Throat. Will be In Appalaobla WR8T KlllhA\ in each month until 8 V. M. ?RISTUL, TENN.-VA.