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Late Picture of President Harding and His Cabinet
which the use of terminal warehouse
receipts is a common and approved
custom. The importance of this mav
he seen when it is remembered that
the licensed elevator capacity of the
DO THOSE NEW
PAPER SUITS HAVE A
SHEET OF SAND
PAPER ON THE SEAT
country elevators is 52i.0OO,(X0 bu
shels, of the mill elevators I5O.0OO,
000 bushels and of the terminal ele
vators 202.000,000 bushels. The
provision in my bill that grain in
storage may be deliverable on track
in carload lots or in terminal ware
houses will enable country elevators
to do a warehouseing business far
beyond the actual capacity of their
OF THE PANTS.
own elevators. .
It if nt w- 4
I Av fl f A 1 a
S X f .- 1 . I
At a Big Reduction
One year ao lard was selling at
40c. We are now selling
pure lard at
In 2. 3. 4. 5 and 10 pound lots.
Everv Bucket Guaranteed
McNAMER & SORENSON
In all its branches, including Wagon
Work, Horseshoeing and
ALL WORK GUARANTEED
We Give a 5 Percent Discount for Cash
J. B. Calmus
Formerly the Ashbaugh Shop
STATE i1yeaSll-ll 6RlCULTURg j
j WHHAYS H B I MELLON ; I J.J.OAVia 1 E-DEN BY fll
'jjPOSTWAShTR GERALJLr.l TREASURY J1j LABOR j J NAVY IN
"Just Between You and Me"
says the Good Judge
Here's genuine chewing
satisfaction for you, hook
ed up with real economy.
A small chew of this class
of tobacco lasts much long
er than a big chew of the
ordinary kind that's be
cause the full, rich, real
tobacco taste lasts so long.
Any man who uses the
Real Tobacco Chew will
tell you that.
Put up in two styles
W-B CUT is a long fine-cut tobacco
RIGHT CUT is a short-cut tobacco
Let The Bank Keep Your
1 Books For You! 1
"My main trouble," said a farm
er, "is in keeping track of what' I
take in and pay out." This is proba
bly true of a great many people, and
we wish to offer this plan of over
coming the trouble.
Deposit all your funds in the
bank as fast as received, and make
all expenditures by check
From the bank records you can
always tell the source amount and
date of your income, and your
checks show on their face the am
ount and reason for all expendi
tures. Your bank book is a record
of all transactions, simple, complete
FARMERS & STOCKGROWERS
Riddick Saves Farmers i
By Plan to Hold Crops!
Jbill Provides Warehousing and j
I Receipt of Immediate Money j
( While Better Market Waits i
Washington, March 12. Grain
farmers will be enabled to hold their
crops for higher prices by receiving
for them upon their delivery in the
warehouse a negotiable paper which
may immediately be turned into
cash, if a bill introduced today by
Representative Carl W. Riddick. of
Montana, the only member of Con
gress whose sole avocation is farm
ing, is enacted into law.
"Under my bill." said Mr. Riddick.
"if the price level of grain is too low,
because of a glut on the market, far
mers may organize and withhold
their products so as to permit the nat
ural law of supply and demand to
bring prices to a more equitable lev
el, based upon world offerings and
consumptive demands. My bill pro
vides: "First, for a clear definition of the
warehouse receipt as a negotiable in
strument subject to the same restric
tions as other negotiable instruments
and protecting the rights of purchas
ers as such.
i "Second, that grain deposited in
local warehouses may be deliverable
at the local warehouse or any ware
house at any terminal point,
j "Third, that the warehouseman
; may move grain deposited in his
' country' warehouse to a warehouse
in any terminal market for the pur
pose of delivery upon the payment
of accrued charges.
"Fourth, for the protection of the
holder of the certificate and of the
depositor of the grain in all cases.
"Under my bill individual farmers
at country stations are given the
same marketing advantages as are
now enjoyed hy the grain trade in
A British lord has a lion named
Laury. None of the verse-makers
seems anxious to be the poet Laury
ate. Baltimore Sun.
An old Flemish pitcher sold in
New York the other day for $ 1 SO,
but a first-class young American pit
cher will bring a good deal mors.
The Ones They're After.
F.nglish writers who are eager to
collect American impressions are es
pecially interested in the impressions
made from engraved plates at Washington.-
Something to Strive For.
Lives of master crooks remind us
We may do our bit of time,
And, departing, leave behind us
Thumh-prints in the charts of
They run about and we sit still.
What wonder that a girl should
When we import a Yankee thrill
And bring along herself to play it?
Ci'rsf. O' Moses.
The Bulletin (Sydney).
"I wonder if they take children in
"They must. Some of the rooms
aren't big enough for a grown per
son. Washmtfon Star.
Selling the Goods.
Commercial Traveler "My love
ft: iKV- -It 3M13SB!lt
. i - .rai
for you, my dear Louisa, exceeds
anything that can be offered in that
particular line!" Strix, Stockholm.
Before and After.
"Do you know what it is to go be
fore an audience?"
"No. I spoke before an audience
once, but most of it went before I
did." The Christian Advocate (New
The American people are not
brightei than Australians only brisk
er." Remarks of an imported act
ress. They run about and up and down
And talk with vigor through their
While we in summer dreamings
Our souls in ocean foam and roses.
With zeal they rush to "do it now,"
Tho what they do is hard to meas
ure, While we, as placid as a cow,
Browse on within the fields of
(Forget the little war that came
And how we sat about and waited,
While through the thunder and the
The points were all United Stated)
As Presidency of the United. States Changed Hands
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These two historic pictures show '"g. The top picture shows, Wood- from tne white House to the Capital.
scenes at Washington when Wood- row Wihon President Harding, Con- Lower picture shows inaugural stand
, , , , , . gressman Uncle Joe Cannon and , . n ., L ,.
row Wilson handed over control of - , Pennsvlmnia rid. and crowd as President Harding
the government to President Hard- ;,, ; the inaurugal parade en route made his address
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I 5MAWNT, T 5HAWNT!
When You Bought that Suit
last year, you thought one season's wear was all you could nor
Of course were it not for DRY CLEANERS and modern meth
ods of cleaning you could not think of using it for GOOD wear
again this season.
And right there is where we fit in. Our methods are modern.
And if we have that suit or light coat NOW we will have it ready
for prompt delivery.
Tailoring, Cleaning, and Pressing
YOU don't use as much
of Calumet as you do of
most other Baking Powders.
It has more than ordinary
leavening strength. You
save about half.
You don't pay a big price for
Calumet. It's sold at a
moderate price that rep
resents another saving.
You don't feel uncertain as
to results. Bakings never
fail because Calumet never falls
below the proven standard of "Best
It possesses the highest qual
ity ever put into a Baking
Powder. Contains only Buch
ingredients as have been offi
cially endorsed by United States
For weeks, for months, it
keeps as fresh and full of
strength as the day it left the
Calumet Factor, the World's
Largest, most Sanitary and Modern
Baking Powder plants.
Pound can of Calumet contains full
16oz. Some baking powderscome in
F2 oi. instead of IGoz.cans. Be sure
you get a pound when you wantlt.
Yolks of 8 eggs,
ulated sugar, ?3
cup of water, Vi
cup of butter,
2'j cups pastry
flour. 3 level tea
1 tablespoon of
mix in the regu