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Mount Vernon signal: September 29, 1916 Mount Vernon signal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images James Maret Mt. Vernon, KY 1916 mou1916092901_sn86069561 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Mount Vernon signal: September 29, 1916 Mount Vernon signal James Maret Mt. Vernon, KY 1916 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. 9fi p" "P;W S A . v" C :' V- -l . J .jMHhk tgwjArteaattfBMM Published Every Friday VOLUMBXIXXI (' 11 mini 3fWlMiil MT. VERNON, IT l G4 -- V : ysv xygAjgiac: riflr I fcuift fctmtt COUNTX KY., FRIDAY. SEPTEMBER 29. 1916 Dr. R. G. Webb has returned Cincinnati, where he went to get an auto. He returned a few days ago with Ford and now we have two autos in our town, and j there will be several more in the !neir future. Miss Lillie Quinn, j of East Bernstadt, has returned home after a few days' visit with j relatives here J.E. Woodall, one of Laurels best Democrats was down from London, Monday. i We will be able in the near future to wiiteup anotnei wedding at this place, from all indications but will keep it a secret for the present. Guess who' Mr. acd Mrs. S P. Bowman, of Mt. Vernon, were here between trains, Mondav, en route home Felix said he was sure that Hughes would be elected and we disngreed with him and contended that Wilson will be the man. We at la.it agreed to let the election in November decide it. Mrs.J.L.Haysehas been very sick for the past few days, but she is slowly improving at present. Mr. and Mrs. 0. L. Hughes, of Louisville, have been visiting Mrs. Hughes' parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. B Hayse. Edar Herd, of East Bernstadt, was here Sunday between trains. U. A. Riley, L. B. local conductor and Geo. Chap-belJohn Pike, Old Wampus Devault, John Mullins, Bill Ward C. A. Blanford, Dr. Carter, Dr. Aruyx, W. M. Owens, Dr. Webb, and others, on their ar rival to Livingston yesterday, chartered a boat and went down the river on a ushing expedition, "resulting in the oapture of a big black cat. On their return to town for the feast, after many vigorous speeches J. Pete Drum mond in the usual way, with a smile all over broad fish-tastwas made master of the feast. All repqrt plenty to eat and a pleasant night. I l, y hi--fac- e, Established 1887 NUMBER J 1 ROCKCASTLE r: lLw ir ftl:-t- t . working in ;i ba l.er shop in v. C:usou is painting non. hanginr in the city of and pine Wnen Keith was Lancaste here Satuidavand Sunday. Miss Leba-from- 5px GEO.S.GRIFFiN & THE "QUALITY STORE l83&PCfr Until "yon serve it, yon "will never know haw much pleasure coffee 'we A million other women have learned what good coffee means they have solved this question in their homes for all time. They know now that to get good coffee, the coffee itself must be right. There are hundreds of varieties of coffee grown. The coffee itself must be put up by men who And no matter how good coffee itself is, if it isn't well taken care of, it makes a poor drink. Arbuckles' Coffee is put up in sealed, dust- proof packages, carefully wrapped to protect it from moisture, dirt and store odors. It arrives in your kitchen with all its original strength and flavor. Have in ycur home the enjoyment of drinking the coffee which, of all the coffees in America, is the most popular! Solve your coffee problem in the identical way a than any other coffee that is why million other women have. Serve they can afford to give you the Arbuckles' Coffee tomorrow know biggest valuw for yjir money. how much pleasure coffee can give. know coffee. Arbuckles' Coffee is. It is put up by Arbuckle Bros., the greatest coffee merchants in the world. There is more of it sold CHAMBERLAIN'S COLIC, CHOLERA AND DIARRHOEA REMEDY This is a medicine that every family should be provideg vith. Colic and diarrhoea often come on and it is of the graetest importance' that they be treated promptly. Consider the suffering C. Slip smokes into your system! You've heard many an earful about the Prince Albert patented process that cuts out bite and parch and lets vou smokeyour fill without a comeback! Stake your bank roll that i it proves out every hour or the jy Prince Albert has alwavs been day. sold without coupons or premiums. We prefer to give quality! There's sport smoking a pipe or rolling your own, but you know that you've got to have the right tobacco We tell you Prince Albert will bang the doors wide open for you to come in on a good time the national joy smoke firing up every little so often, without a regret You'll feel like your smoke past has been wasted and will be sorrv vou cannot back up for a fresh start. You swing on this say-s- o like it was a tip to a JK a few Prince Albert Copyright 111 by X. J. Reynold Tobacco that must be endured until a physician arrives or medicine can be obtained Chanberlain's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy lias a reputation second to none for the quick relief which it Obtainable everywhere. af-forb- s. BR OD 'Tthe HEAD ed Elizabeth Storm, who is teaching Stearns, Kv , Graded i, in th-- i School, was here fro n Satuaday until Tuesday on a 'coiinb of the illr.ss and death of Mis. I. R. Mr. rnd Mrs. j. Thos. Storm. aud Mr. and Mr-.- . Crazier Cherry Hurt, of dab Orchard, were in town Sunday &fiernoon Mas. Ed Owens, of Cincinnati, i with her mother. Mrs. Loutishia Roberts, and other relatives here this week. Mrs. B T. Young was in Mt. Vernon, Monday, between trains, the guest of Rev. and Mrs. H. T. Young. J op Albright, Who has been working in Dayton, Ohio, is at home for a few days taking care of hi farm products. Mr. and Mrs. W. II. Barnes wore with her parents, Mr and Mrs. Wesley Reynolds, near Bee Lick, SunA Mrs. Edday and Monda. wards, of Bo .ton. : nd her daughie''. Mrs Cioor, of Shepherd villc, wer uu jsts t t Mrs. P. A. ahelton duri.ig the week. A Teachejrs Association and Reading Circle will meet here Saturday. All teaehers are October 7th. cordially invited to attend. Miss Kate Poynter, Mrs. Ed Poynter, and Luther Baker, of Loudon, and John Storms, of Keavy, attended the funeral of Mrs. I. R. Storm, Tuesday.--'Attorneand Mrs. E. R Gentry were here during tha week on account of the Farmers' Chautauqua. The Rev J.W. Car ter, of Williamstown, joined his family here Tuesday, and is the guest of his pareuts, Mr. and Mrs. J.F.Carter, and brother. Dr. W.F. Carter and family. The Rev. H. T Young, of Mt. Vernon, was in town on business Wednesday. Dr. W.F.Carter was in Mt. Vernon, Thursday between trains on business. Rev. A. B. Potorf has returned from Nicholasvilie, where he attended the Methodist Conference, and we are glad to report that Mr. Potorf will remain with us another year. The Farmers' Chautauqua, that was in progress here Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday, of this week, was most a failure from the point of attend ance. Op account of the early frost in this section the farmers were comp2lled to look after their farm products, therefore the at tendance was very small. The evening programs Were well at tended and greatly enjoyed, y s a SON i WHERE a MONEY a TALKS & BOOSTING X And Pulling Together be$pc3c& makes Our Town grow while the " Hand of quality ' is always pointing to Big Values. Every time the second hand of the clock ticks off a minute something good goes over our counter. GOOD, ves, so srood that it makes every customer a repeater. Make our Store a Schoolroom for studying Values and a place to get posted on good things. We are wholesale anil retail dealers in Flour. Meal, Meat, Shipstnff, Hay, Corn. Straw, Fertilizer, American Wire bmct Furniture. Stoves and Ranges, and all kinds of Farming Tools. Our doors are open come often look around but dou't feel that you have to buy, s ge;o, s. griffin & son Livingston Kentucky X&3C$3J'33Q DON'T FORGET THE PLACE. Left Leggedness It is a familiar fact that a person lost in the woods wanders around iu circles to the right. The reason is found In the demonstrated and fact that the human race is leg is stronger . That is the left than the right one; and tbe constant tendency because of the greater activity of the left leg and the longer stride taken with it, is to bear to the right. Locomotion is a continuous pedestrian match between the right leg and the left one, and the left is continually getting right-hande- d left-legg- ed ahead. the way in money matters. Our existance is a constant battle between spend" seems ing and saving, and our ' sbend-Ie- g the stoutest and is generally in the lead. To overcome this the wise ones are handicapping theii "spending member" with a Saving Account and are steering a staight course out of the forest of debt into tbe civilization of peace and plenty. It's 311st THE PEOPLES BA NK U. G. BAKER Presdt. J. P. E. DUMMOKD.V. P. F. L- - THOMPSON Cashitr. FLOYD MILLKR Asst. Cash. " tRINGE MzM fit is 1 1 Albert V -- zr&&i''C 'kt m AL Vfi! It's worth that in happiness and contentment to you, to every man who knows what can be gotten out of a chummy jimmy pipe or a malrin's thousand-dolla- r bill ! cigarette with a mice xuutui iur "packing"! R. J. RETN0LDST0BACCO CO. Wmitoa-Sikn- ,, N. C This is the rerene tide of the Udy THE Princ tidy- - reaua fc .Alt LIVINGSTON bound train passed rL here a few days ago with forty eight cars of automobiles, 144 autos bound for Atlanta John Cook, or Tennessee, was here lat ter part of last week visiling-hf- s uncle, G, D. Cook. Mr. and Mrs. B i Price, of Lexington, have been visiting relatives here for the pist "flek. Mrs. W.M.Owens has been A SOUTH Stan fold, was with triends here Saturday and Sund iy Mrs. R. Storm died at 6.00 o'clock, a m., KnotH-Kloed-Krot- ch after a coi. fining illness of sev Union Suits. eial months, and after sci vices at that clever crystal-glas- s the Christiau church by the pas humidor, with sponge - xnoistener tor, the Rev.R. B.jBaker, Tuet-dtop, that keeps tha we believe tobacco .In such afturnoon, her .remains were laid ays fine condition-alwto rest in the cemetery near this they are the best She was pa-- t seventy church. you can buy any years old, and had been a member of the Chtisuau church thirty-fiv- e where years, and was ade voted christian. quite sick for a few days, but is ren, of Paris, are visiting her par- We know of no words better 2-2$1-2- 2 much better at present. Mr. and ents, Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Hayse.-- C. suited to describe 2 her life than Mrs. J. T. Omary have returned E. Rice will, in a few days, ac- those used by er pastor, which from Knoxville, where they were cept a position with the L..& N. follows: "She possessed more called on account of the death. of R.R.Co., at Ravena. HorBert than ordinary christian virtues; Mr. Omary's mother, Mrs George Griffin, who has a position with possessed no TRY A SUIT OR TWO deception, was perOmary, who died almost sudden- the L.& N. R.R., with headquart- fectly frank, had decided conly in that city a few days ago. ers at Paris, Ky., was with home-folk- s victions, good judgment, kind and O.A.Blanford was m Knoxviile, Sunday. Miss Angie Poyn-te- r sympathetic to those who merited is very low at this writing and Saturday and Sunday, to' see his her sympathy, a good neighbc Dr. Blanford who is quite not expected to live.Mr.and Mrs. father, and a devoted qhurchmember' '. sick. Mrs. Ed Quinn and child- - J G. F. Griffin have returned from Besides her husbaudX siie is sur- - M B.iG:ir s?or in vicvchnon. half-poun- red , tin, and la fact, every Prince . Albert package, has a real message-to-yo- u on its reverse side. Youll readr "Process Patented July 30th. 1907." That mean that the United States Govern ment has granted a patent on tha process by which Prince Albert is made. And by which tongue bite and throat parch are cut out I Kvery- wnere tobacco is sold you u nna Prince Albert awaiting you in toppy red baes. 5c: tidr red tins, lOc; handsome pound and d tin humidors and in residence of Geal Cox, with its entire contents, was by fire Thursday of Mrs. Cox had lelt hist week. their three children in the house and was in the , field gathering beans. It is s imposed that the children set tire to the bedding and had it not been for Alfred Owens, who saw the smoke, the children would have ourued to death The Rev.J.W Masters, of Corbin, prenched a ery interesting sermon at the Christian church Thursday evening of lest week. He was on his w y to Florida to assist his son in a niteting Mrs: Ed Smith returned home from the Norton Infirmary, Louisville, last week, where she had undergone a serious operation some two weelcs before. She is getting a'ong nceh. E. C. Anderson, of Gar-T.trcounty, was here last Friday ou and with his son, W. d bu-ines- DON'T NECLECT COLD. YOUR Neglected colds gat worse, instead of better. A stuffed head, a tight chest must de relieved at Tar-Hone- once Dr. Bell's Pine is Nature's remedy Hone and glycerine heal the irritated membrane, antiseptic tar loosens the phlegm, you breathe easier and your cold is broken ub. Pi sant to take, Dr. Hell's Pine'Tar-Hone- y is an ideal remedy for children as well .as grown ups. At your Druggist. 25c. y BOOKS SCHOOL SUPPLIES AND SCHOOL ARE WHAT CHILDREN NEED THESE DAYS OUR STOCK IS COMPLETE AND WR ARE ALWAYS GLAD TO SIIUW YOU WHAT VE HAVE fjj S WE SELL SCHOOL BOOKS ARE SOLD STRICTLY FOJl CASH TO ALL H. Anderson.--Willar- d Hihon;o I 1 ' Pioneer Drug Store Phono 87 2a::Exszzr- - CHAS. L. DAViS. Proprietor is FOR MEN. And 1 UNDERTAKES Our line of Conch Caskets is unexcelld Hand-mad- e 3 at Coffins furnishec I 1 to PER SUIT. Hearse sent to all parts of the County. l All Phone orders by Wire PromptlyFilled I mmam W. A. COX,i 94-S M l VERNON, KY. w CAST.Ot: OMldren C m FLETCHERS ""T unuaren ury . . - OAST.ORIA FOR FLETCHER'S r" "hwu . - , NMWMMMiMIMhl Lry A 'r lv iMMiikiMMiHriaMlMMinMMHM '; .... .'ji'T-f- . . E3I FOR "V i GETS YOU BACK GETS YOU THERE BRYANT BROS., Agents MT. VERNON, KY. HPI94.4 -- - MT.VERNON SIGNAL r v. estic issues it has neglected the OUK BOONEWAY MAN the Versailes pike, out of Lexing too, is oeing made ot asppau. foreign of the country. Tbe Wilbe routed Boone Way will son administration has given In Winchester Sedt. 29, 1916 Friday, over the new Otter Creek pike much attention to affairs directly trom Richmond to Bopnesboro, affecting th interest of the Mr. James Maret. President. by instead of the old Lexington and Published every Friday people within the boundaries of Boone Way Association, Winchester roads. Boone's Trail EDGAR S. ALBRIGHT. the United States, their home life Winchester, Ky. followfe Otter Creek. theii business life, their advance" My Dear Sir: The writer is now engaged in $1.0 raent and their prosperity, and UBSCRIPTION ONE YEAR It was my opportunity o have the construction of Boone Way not any Republican administra- been xtt tbe Southern Appalachition from i867 to the noon of an meeting, held in Lexington, between Winchester and Paris, Advertising rates maue known o?i March 4, i9i2, has any record and to have heard the quiet glow- and a fine toad is being madt. application of legislation that will compare in ing accounts of the progress of It is meant to complete it tbif benefits to the public and to gen the. Booue Way, which you and fall. MEMBER OF The following Rockcastle peo eral business of the nation as the little town of Mt. Vernon KENTUCKY PRESS ASSOCIATION the legislation which gave the are deservedly credited with pie were visitors in Winchester during the week: Scott Miiler, country the Federal reserve bank- having put on the map. (now of Versailes), Rev. H. T. ing system, the farmer's loan 'ou say vou hope to have it banking system and the shipping ready as a thru route by June Young, Mrs. W. J. Sparks, Judge Nice L. W. Bethurum aud T. I -- Official marking of Boone Wa.-wil-l be in progress, on some of the divisions, within next few days. A circular will be mailed I bill. 4. 'V He has been asked many ques tions as to what he would have done under conditions confronting our President, but never has he answered. Many of the great authors and writers of the country joined in asking him nineteen questions, but up to this time he has failed to answer any one of them. Why ? Because as Ralph Cole, Chairman of the Speakers Bertau of the Republican Partyj says Hughes has not Why the inside information. ahould he criticise if he cannot give us Something better? Under the Wilson Administration the country has been given the Federal Bank Reserve Act. Panic million among one hundred people, at the command of a mighty few gamblers, is no longer possible. It is constructive and for the people. The Clayton legislation takes human labor and lives from the list of market commodities and articles of Commerce. It is constructive and for the people. The Child-labo- r legislation saves the most precious possessions of this frees children. It is nation, constructive and for the people of this and future generations. The Farm Loan Act .is freedom and opportunity for the sinew, bone and soul of th country. It is constructive and for the whole people in its final effort. Tbe Seaman's Act, the Armour Plate plant, the Nitrate plant, the Preparedness aud other measures enacted under the Wilguiding hand of President son means freedom safety and advancement of all true Ameri can ideas. They are constructive aud for the people. Right here in America, in our busi ness, in our homes, in the lives of our children we are having and are to have the spleudid effects of Woodrow Wilson's engineering of conctructive laws that mean better lives, better people and a much better nation. In view of such splendid work and the enactment of such wholesome laws, it is the best interest of the whole people to continue such a man in office and that man is Woodrow Wilson. For forty years the RepubliWe will be pleased to have a can party promised the country story on the road with photo a currency reform and never ful phic material tor use in our offi CANDIDATE HUGHES. filled that promise. cial monthly publication, the Mr. Hughes policy as a candi- -, The Wilson administration re- - American Motorist, if you i lata for flio TiicrVi nfRra vf Praci. deemed the Democratic promise Mr. Roberts can find time to dent does not have a tendency to to . . do that and made the party prepare it in the spring. him in the estimation oil raise word good for that reform within We expect to add Kentucky, the voters, even of his own party two years of coming into power. another year, to thr states which He seems to adopt the easy job s For a fcore of years we are mapping, for we real zp of picking flaws and criticising conand Republican that your section of country is the preient administration, in ventions has been promising rural certain to attract many road vis no important respect does he credit legislation, and for sixteen uors when continuous highway-becomsuggest constructive legislation. years Republican administration I 1 I9I7. I Republi-politician- I WHAT THE DEMOCRATIC PARTY HAS DONE AND WHAT THE REPUDLI- CAN PARTY DID NOT DO. , r-- Cincinnati Enqnirer. Mr. Taft has the grounds for a strong argument in stating that the Wilson admnistia ion has given such consideration to do m-- - a reality. Very Truly Yours credits. A G. Batchelder. The Wilson administration has Executive Chairman. redeemed the Democratic promThe American Automobile As ise to financially unshackle bus sociation is the larges organizainess. and it has done so with tion of its kind in the world, immense benefit to merchants, and has ace mplished great re to manufactures, to contractors, suits in pushing the good roads to material men, to all classes ci movement through the countiy active business men, and a few months will see the farmers free It now has an eye on Boone Way and is encouraging its early com of repressive influences in their pletion. A great travel is as financial affairs. The Republican party promis sured over this, to be, historic highway and untold benefits will ed the people of the United States an American merchant marine, accrue to the mountains. The 'National Highways Asso and made that promise quadren- ciationp, of Washington, D. C, of lally for four decades and' never once kept a line or a word of which the Booue Way Associa such promise, although in full tion is now a division, will make a complete map, in colors, includ power for 28 year out of the 4o ng tne territory from Kenton, years. Let Mr. Hughes and Mr. Ohio, on to Lincoln Highway, (to Fairbanks and Colonel Roosevelt which it has lately been decided to route our road). Kenton was attack and condemn where attack and condemnation are justified, named in honor of Simon Kenton, but the Wilson administration a close compamon of Daniel is not the only administration Booue in the bloody Indian wars OLD that has repudiated party pledges and the settlement of Kentucky. 5 and the Democratic party not The patriotic citizens of Kenton the only that has failed to keep are anxious to have the highway through to their city, thru Chilli-cothe- , its promises to the voters. Ohio, and the Association It comes with exceedingly ill has agreed to t'le extension. grace tor Republican leaders to Kenton will be the Northern attack the Democratic effort to Way and o 1VI-m-1"provide a merchants marine for terminus of Booue Boone Park, N C, the Southern 1V1C1 A& the country in the face of the terminus. Leaving Kenton, our T forty vears of broken promises SSCXSSC: of the Republican party to do highway crosses the Old National Trails at Columbus, Ohio, and X$S.JK2$JJKJ&-?KJso. the Midland Trail at Winchester, Colonel Roosevelt was for near ly seven years at the head of the tvy., connecting with the South Federal Government, and chief ern National Highway at HickX?rfXrrf2r 2rr&ntrrt( magistrate of the republic. Let ory and Ashville, N C. These him tell his countrymen of the. four highways are trans conti S 383oc3GSe3efc HfcBacaeooeaeaea merchant marine he and his nental roads, crossing the country from ocean to ocean. The Linparty established. Mr. Fairbanks presided with coln Highway starts at New grace and dignity over the United York and ends at San Francisco. States Senate for many yeers, The Old National Trail begins always a party leader, always at Baltimore and Washington at d a party manager, al ways a party ends at Los Angeles. Tbe Mid& irstructor. Let him point to tlTe land Trail statts at Richmond merchant marine which he and and Washington and winds up Los his party created, founded and at San 'Francisco and Prescriptions filled by an experAngeles The Southern Nation promoted. your business ienced Mr. Hughes has criticised the al Highway begins at WashingVirginia, North Democratic effort to provide the ton, passing thru greatly needed merchants marine Carolina, Tennessee, and ending or us forget to It may be crude legislation, but at San Diego. California. Midit moves in the right direction. land Trail passes thru Winchester It is the first step in the freeing and out of state at Louisville to the American people from the St. Louis. Boone Way, as Is shackles ot foreign and domes- generally known, also connects tic ocean transportation combines. with East Dixie Highway at LexWe are pleased that Messrs. ington, (on Louisville Division), Hughes and Fairbanks have Richmond and Cumberland Gap concluded to discuss this subject using the same road bed between of the merchant marine. Thev the latter points, via Mt Vernon abUt where the divisions of Boone Way ? UStTllL!eple know, i merge. Ohio, to Distance, Kenton, ; Boone Park, N. C, 685 miles. ruK I Two miles of Boone Way on' failed to provide such rural to all the various Commissioners, in the different counties, along the route, inside of ten dajs, giving direction for the marking. j T he colors adopted are Red and Black, which are to be painted in six inch bands or belts of each co' . around telephone poles, with a Black "B" on red ect., band and a red ,,W" on the black band. The signs are to be placed about six feet above the level of the surface of the roadway, and to be at least tour to every mile. Pull direction will be given in every circular. J. The big Boons Way map, size ly. Judge Brown of London, was here Tuesday: the latter three rive to seven feet, that has been stopped off between trains while on exhibition in the Phoenix en route to Lexington and Frank-lort- . Hotel lobby, at Lexington, hanging on the walls in the seme talk of the lobby of the One hears election, here, but that warm Winchester's largest hotel, whert interest usually shown in presi it is attracting the attention ol dential elections has not yet huudreds daily. manifested itself. The writer bas a suspicion that the Republiloo REWARD, 00. cans are adopting Gum Shoe The readers of this paper wil Hunter's method ot conducting be pleased to learn thai there is the Kentucky campaign this year. at least one dreaded disease that The Deuis wi'l becaughi napping science has been able to cure in If they don't watch out." all its stages and that is citarrh. for oil. Catarrh being greatlv influenced A drill will b started on the farm of Yancy Merritt, at by constitutional conditions re the mouth of Red River, in quires constitutional treatment Clark county, this week. Hall's Catarrh Cnre is" taken in Miss Maria Brock, is teaching ternally and acts thru tbe Blood on in Winchester city school, a pos- - the Mucous Surfaces of the Sys ition she has held for several tem thereby destroying the foun datum of the disease, giving the terms. by The dedication ot Boone Way constituti8on nd assLSinJ will take place in Mt. Vernon in natUre n dojng jts work. The pro- lql7; probably the time will be prjetors hava so much faith in in SeDtember or possibly a little the curative powers of Hall's earlier. De'eeates and visitors Caaarrh Cure thay otfsr One Hundred Dollars lor any case irom many states will re present. . cannot bg Send for It will be one of the biggest lisl of testimonials. days in the record of old Rock- - Addres : F. J. jDheney & Co. Toledo, Ohio. Sold by all Drug castle. Brown-Proctoria. I Children Cry for Fletcher's Tbe Kind, You Have Always Bought, and which, bas been in use for over SO years, bas borne the signature of. and bas been made under bis per since yy & sonal supervisiondeceive its infancy. you in this. Allow no one to are but All Counterfeits, Imitations and " Experiments that trifle with and endanger the health of Infants and Children Experience against Experiment. Just-as-goo- d" Castoria goric, Drops and Soothing Syrups. It is pleasant. It contains neither Opium, Morphine nor other Narcotic substance. Its age is its guarantee. It destroys Worms and allays Feverishness. For more than thirty years it bas been in constant use for the relief of Constipation Flatulency, "Wind Colic, all Teething Troubles and Diarrhoea. It regulates the Stomach and Bowels, assimilates the Food, giving healthy and natural sleep. The Children's Panacea Tbe Mother's Friend. CASTORIA What is substitute for Castor Oil, Pareis a harmless GENUINE CASTORIA Bears the Signature of ALWAYS 2LfM THI In Use For Over 30 Years CCNTAUH COMAHV. NEW YORK CITV. Th Kind You Have Always Bought mm m i! srvrwv Wi m Clean, and Safe recommendations. i Strong oooi m mm t mm mm -- ; l$J&3yC $3&teZyl$ 33$3 JONAS McKENZIE THE 3$D!C3t f&C$X.'&X A good line of KtLIAtJLt. The standing or a Bank is determined by the law under which it operates, and by the ability and character of its management. The conservative methods of this Bank, its record of 15 years of successful banking, and the courteous treatment extended to all, are its best YOUR BUSINESS SOLICITED, The Bank of M . Mt-Verno- n ' & "SZ szatsa YQ MT. VERNON, KY. General X nrlicQ UIICIIIUIOV ?,W-WWiyi-tX?-- ' xxm J $ mml kVi m Farm Implements HUSBAND RESCUED DESPAIRING WIFE After DRUGS FRESH We want ask rW Yean tl Ditctiirafaf I had gotten so weak I could not stand, CoitiMs, Cast Mrs. Bdock Gave and I gave up in despair. At last, my husband got me a bottle of Cardui, the woman's tonic, and menced taking dose, 1 PURE Up m Despair. Hosbani to Rescie. I com- it From the very first I could tell it was helping me. Your man Don't about can now walk two miles without its Catron, Ky. In an interesting letter tiring me, and am doing all my work." If you are aD run down from womanly from this place, Mrs. Bertie Bullock writes as follows: "1 suffered for four troubles, don't give up in despair. Try years, with womanly troubles, and during Cardui, the woman's tonic. It has helped this time, I could only sit up for a little more than a million women, in its 50 while, and could not walk anywhere at years of continuous success, and should all. At times, I would have severe pains surely help you, too. Your druggist has in my left side. sold Cardui for years. He knows what -- QpEZSi Kodaks Kodaks ?T Children Cry The doctor was called in, and his treat-me- at it will do. Ask him. He will recomrelieved me for a while, but I was mend it Begin taking Cardui today. Write to: Ladies' coa confined to my bed again. After Advisory Dejrt.. Chattanooga Alelidne Co.. Special Chattanooga. Tenn.. for ? Instructions n your case book. Homf hataothing seemed to do me any good.) Treatment f er Wesea." sent ia Ula wrapper. ond6-pagJ-- tt R.H. MILLER, Druggist Mt. Vernon, Ky. Chirn Cry CASTORIA VT- - CASTORIA CAST.ORIA FOR FLETCHER'S OMXdren Ory FOR FLETCHER'S )? -- f - fc Ij 9rSS MT. VERNON SIGNAL' . I iiit.rtiimMiViTtwiiifia niitiiiMiiwi,t)itftivYou can depend on the Ford. Buy, - niifir-'-irt-r-nw- i tfiUMnB 'smatmatsgXsaAimatk Ur.liVirtwVVg.a' n WrriWii :wivtoteMS3fa&ajfc.ii4.aaw m. a roid rCauSe lt Pen- - Mt. Vkrxox KY,Sept.29, 1916 better car. 79 Box Paper, Tablets and up ' No. 79" wtten 7C cils, at Drumruond's Stores. waa toCommutil (, JJ eate with SIGNAL LOUISVILLC &. N&SHVILLC R R.CO. T ME TABLE. 22 24 norm north 23 south 5.I0 p m 3:56 a m n:44 a ni 12:13 a m 21 south Phone No. 8. J. B. Noe has bought the stock of goods of the W. J. Sparks Co. Judge J. F. Griffin is adding a spin nJ stiry 10 his Main street residence. Buy a Foid aud bu it now, there is nothing 10 be gained by waiting. Why deny yourself longer the pleasure . aud convenience ot a Ford it is false economy. Jas. Landrum, Agent. Entered at the Mt Vernon, Ky. Posefice mail matter. as second-clas- s PERSO-NAMf.--. L This is the ideal time of year for motoring. You can't beat it. Get your car now. Bryant Bros. Ask those who have bought Fords if the regret buying As them if they would do without the Ford. Auction Sale near Town at 10 o'clock Saturday Sept. 30, on ground corn crop, with the fodder. Theo Pigg. fer-rdizer J. C Moore is wit li rela- - thus in Chicago. J. T. Gentrv was up Jrom Leba Reinke. a deal with Neal Parrot for a tirst." Mrs. S. F. Bowman one s.ery brick Qn the lot where ) Mr. and F- - C. Puison, representing Ar spent a portion ot the weeic in their store burned Mr. Parrot county. will begin work at once. buckles Bros., has been in the Jackson county this week advertising Meadows and John D. Wheeler Sam Reynolds' house and all Miller have been with homefolks its contents at Pine Hill were Arbuckles Coffee. Many years The Stronger Never Say Die, ago Arbuckle was the While the Weaker Become only herf' during thf week. destroyed bv fire Tuesday The parched coffee sold through M Disheartened, and M.--s Wale Ballard, of ouilding belonged to Wm. Han other carre Later Covington, are wi-- Mr Bdh"'-- sel There wis no- anv fnsur- jr.mds, dm for The old adage, "If at first you many ye.us tiH'tbiT md rotber, J .dire G ance the oid Arbuckle once a f ivorite, don't succeed, try, try again," has M Ballard am laintly. nr. T ti. Welch, of Nicholas became an unknown brand Now worked wonders foi most of us Mi-- s P?ttie Perkins and Mr hat the grade of coffee has Some times iu the lives ot every Wil ie B. Perkins of Stanford, ville declined appointment as been improved the Arbuckle one we imagine things are going secretary ot the State Tubercu vreie with their .sister Mrs. W losis Commission at $3,500 a brand of coffee is being pushed against us. The weaker become G iliB e this week. . year. He said he could make in every section, from the discouraged and give up, while Dr W F. Carter and bright the stronger face this great game more out ot his private practice largest City store 10 the small little son Charles Hicks, were est of the cross road peddler. of life with staunch hearts, clear pleasant visitors to our town Judge I,. W. Beth u rum is ad- Arbuckles Coffee is being sold brains and steady hands, and Wzasmsaezza vesterdav and were substantial ding another room to his office, with this good old adage as their L & N EXCURSION RATES FOR SALE 'callers at this office. which will give him twice the N001CE: All users of electric slogan. Excursion train to Louisville One farm of I29 acres located Ldgar Mullius was in Louis office room he now has. Judge light cunent, are notified that C. E. Mullins o Withers, was one and one half Probibly more persons become Octfirst, leave Mt. Vernon 7:30 a. miles from Pine during the week and accept Bethurum has one of the best bills are due the first of the month biscouraged over continued ill uaiiu.guu pj.,, Rockcastle Co. Kentucky. tn. 2.25 Round trip. Return tarougn itville position as representative of law libraries iu Eastern Kentucky , ... . Miss Ethel ;rw ....., ,,., n...WW merchants. for the preceding month service. health than from any other .. io:3o p. m. Oct. ,the ..I.. , Lthe Calumet Baking Powder Co and when his new room is added, The light company is not finan- cause. The records of every city leave Louisville first. Tickets not good on any Davis and two little Sisters, oil miles north of Liviugston, 90 acres He will begin work in a few days his whl he one of the very best cially able to do a credit business will bear this out. Others, who Mt. Vernon spent from Friday under fence 5o acres m cultivaother train. offices in this section of the and those wno expect to use the probably suffered as much physl Miss Rose McCord ha been Round trip Louisville 4:20 Sept. until Sunday with Mrs. Clay tion and pasture. One good six the guest of Langdon Dormitory state. service must pay when the col- cal pain and agony as their 18 and Sept. 2? limited to 3 days. Thompson. Mrs. E. J. Sowder room dwelling house. Barn and ind Mt. Vernon friends since and Mrs. O. J. Mullins spent last necessary out buildings, one 4 Round trip to Louisville $5 40 Saturday The first two and a half miles lector presents the bills, which is mentally weaker brothers, wili with Mrs. B. F. Van-hro- k room tenant house, good wells Monday. Miss McCord's health not give up the, fight, but will Oct. 8, 9, iO limited to Oct. i5, acof the Dixie highway has been always between the 2nd and 5th at Ocala. Mr. and Mrs. T. at both places. Plentv of fruit, which forced her to give up tht paid by do all in their power to gain count Grand Lodge I. O. O. F completed. It looks miglviy good 'of the month. Bills not S. Hatcher of Lebanon Junction, a splendid vein of coal work here, is very much better, 10th, 10 per eent will be ad- relief. the underof Kentucky. and is still better when one spent last week with his mother lying the whole farm, opened up Difficulties are the test of the after a year ot rest, and for a rides over it, and realizes what ded. Those who are not ready Mrs. M. E Hatcher Mr. and and in good runniug condition. jfctime she will be located in Les to Renfio is over the ang willing to pay for the ser man. FORGET YOUR ACHES. and Miss travel Mrs. J. J. Brown, Mr. and Mrs. There is good sale for the coal lie county wheie she Hundreds of people testifv new way and what it used to be vice, should not expect to use it be associated in wk:n the trip had to be made Mt. Vernon has service second to daily that Rosvlee will Stiff knees, aching limbs, lame E C. Brown and son jarde spent at both Pine Hill and Livingston. they had suffered Community work Miss over the old road. The irreg- - no small town in the state and to years of torture and agony from back make life a burden. If you Sunday with Rev. and Mrs. D. Some timber ou the ptace. ?idoing or kindred troubles suffer from rheumatism, gout, R. Gentry at Willailla. Mr W. One mile to church, 1 miles McUord holds a warm spot- in lar settling of the new road has continue thL service the light stomach of Mt. Vernon and no made many bumps, but we take company must have the revenue and had tried everything before lumbago, neuralgia, get a bottle H. Graves and Mr. Dave Proctor to school. For further informathe hearts one is a more welcome visitor it that the State man, Mr. Crabb, to which it is entitled. they heard of Tanlac. These of Sloan's Liniment, the universal were through here Tuesday, in tion, call or address. to Mt. Vernon than she M t.Vernon Power Co. people did not "give up the remedy for pain. Easy to apply; interest of the Telephone Co. E- B. Cox Mt Vernon, Kv. will see to it that these places ship" after the first remedy it penetrates without rubbing Mr and Mrs. Frank Joues have are made right before he finally In its issue of Februarv x7, friied to LOCAL cure them. When they and sooth the tender flesh. Clean movd from here to their new accepts the road. The L. &N. has just complet1916, the Wayne Countv Outlook, heard of the wonders that Tan- er and more effective than mussy house in the west end of the ed a $20,0n0 freight depot at Chewing Gum, all kinds, 3 pkgs. U published at Monticello, contained Wildie Ky, Sept. 29, 1916. For county. Mrs. Lizzie Lawrence Pineville. lac, the new reconstructive tonic, ointments or poultices. u luc. at Drum mono s store reflections on the character ot Miss. Fannie McClure was the sprains or strains, sore muscles or is Very sick at this writing. was working, they did not lose You have not seen the best charming hostess for an after-dinne- r Judge B J. Bethurum, and ap resulting Mr. Wm. H Brown has been STOP THE FIRST COLD. this 'opportunity to be aided wrenched ligaments from strenuous exercise Sloan's plied to him some severe epithets, until you hare seen Fish's. social, given at her home. A cold does not get well of simply becaus other preperations Liniment gives quick relief. Kept sick for the past week. Mr. and Walton Soled Leather Shoes for Saturday Eeninj, Sept. 23. In which we will not publish. There had failed. It is this "stick-to-- it Mrs. Esmer Cummins are the The process of wearing out a it on hand for emergencies by children, all ages, at Drummond's honor of Miss Lottie Dalton was at the time no campaign in proud parents or their first cold wears you out, and your cold ive ness" that has won happi- your druggist, 25c. The younger society of Conway progress, and this action on the ness for thousands. born a girl. Mr. and Mrs. Edd becomes serious if neglected. t J. E. Tbsmpson has closed his and vicinity was well represent- part of our contemporary, was Brown came down from Will- Hacking coughs drain the energy The truth of this is clearly bowling alley while he is in Bell Kentucky State ed After a very delightful mus without the extenuating condi brought out by the fact that ailla Sunday and spent the day and sap the vitality. For 1 years county building roads the happy combination of soothtions of a heated political issue ical program, aud a nurcber of with his parents. Board of ing antiseptic balsams in Dr. Rubber Boots, Rubber games, refreshment ware serv- Judge Bethurum instituted suit business men, professional men. iNew and overshoes, Ball Band artisans and women, too. in all King's New Discovery has healed CLEAR BAD SKIN ed. At a lae hour the guests in the Pulaski Circuit Coutt, wa'ks of life, whoes common, Bureau of Vital Statistices coughs and relieved cngestion-Youn- g and th TJ. S. Brands, at Fish's. departed, ieeling that Miss. Mc- against J.W.Simpson, editoi of the EROM WITHIN and old can testifv to the practical judgment guides them Pimply, muddy complexions effectiveness of Dr. King's New Tommy Roberts Clure is an ideal entertainer and paper, for libel and in the action in all acts and conclusions, Mr. and Mrs. Preliminary vital statistics re are are due to impurities in the blood. Discovery for coughs and colds. at" the Hiatt section are the proud that they had attended the most he set out in detail the article of daily testifying to the merits of. port for August I9I6. y at your Drug, Clear up the skin by taking Dr. Buy a bottle Darents of a yonng son which ar enjoyable social event of the the Ontlook, and charged that Tanlac. KENTUCKY. gist, 50c the statjmeits cont ined therein King's New Life Pills. Then rived yesterday. season. Improper food, poor digestion, Total deaths 1,984 were falsely and maliciously com mild laxitive qualities remove the T?a1l Dress IIo Week is Sept. over eating and lack of heathful. Under 1 year 401 v USB The degree team of Brodhead posed. When the case was call exercise have the, poisons from the system and '10 to Oct. 14th. The correct '190 cut short the lives 1 to 5 years lodge F. & A. M. came over ed lor trial this week be 'ore J. L. of prighten the eye. A full, free, thousands from the lowest to 65 years and over 452 thing? tor Young Men to wear g Monday night and conferred the Colyar, Special Judge, the editor, highest bowel movement iu Don't continue to create a bad be found at Fish's. in the land. Tanlac. the Tuberculosis of lungs 239 Lunce-forhabit of strong purgatives. They J. W. Simpson withdrew all plead- famous vegetable third degree on Mr Jack the morning is the reward of a preperation, Other tuberculosis - 35 relieve, and that is all. And they Those who came are as ings and confessed to the charges has proven invajuable dose of Dr. King's Ne.v Life Pills Sale : One set Rubber call for increased dosage. A sensifor stom- Pneumonia, Broncho-pneumonible treatment will arouse the liver the night before at yof r DrugTire Buggy Wheels in good con- follows: J. F. Bordes, R. S. Shiv in the petition ot Judge Bethurum ach trouble, which, after all, are 47 and give tone and strength to the gist, 25c. dition, one"Mare,2 years old. Will el, I. W. Moore, Guy Roberts, and a jury was empaneled to try the base of most ills. Tanlac Whooping cough bowels. It is offered in 17 deacon, lohn Robius, master, A. the case. All the papers an.l the overcomes poor sell at a bargain. digestion, restores Diphtheria, Croup i3 A. E. Albright, Brodhead, Ky M. Hiatt and H.enry Anderson petition containing the libelous normal appetite, brings good 3 I Scarlet fever Monte Roberts Jun- article were submitted to them, restful sleep, and banishes that Meningitis Mrs. Eliza Kirby, wife of the Stewarts, J. R. L Smith, 33 For Infants and Children, pll r GentlcZgaiive il Cash and they retiied and brought in a ior deacon, rtired, nervous feeling in short Measles 4 The Kind You Have ite J. D. Kirby, died at the Always Bought Hlatt, Julian and Ss'lvan Bordes. Tdrdict awarding judgment of 86 it restores the stomach to the Typhoid fever tome of her son at Butler, Ky. has a splendid work- $15,000 to Judge Bethurum. Bears ilnnrlav , and wis buried at the .. Brodhead habit of doing fdrfull day's work Diarrhoea, enteritis, ..wuv.-- j News. ing team and the work was Somerset Signature Many years have shown the useand doing it well. amily burying ground on Skeggs 200 (under 2 year) fulness of this remedy. It's the thoroughly enoyed by the memIdeal laxative, gentle, effective and 3reek Wednesday. Tanlac, the ideal reconstruc- Diarrhoea, dysentery strengthening. Now It may be bers of Ashland lodge. RefreshHOW TO GIVE GOOD I will be open for business obtained in tablet form, for con62 . tive tonic, is being especially W oyer 2 years) venience In taking. The revival at the Baptist ments were served in lodge ADVICE about the 20th of September. Manalln will not form a habit troduced in Mt.Vernon at iR. BT. 'Hookworm disease rViiirrh pnndnp.trfrt hv thi nastor. dining hall after work, together of cathartics. "Used as directed, OfJico Rooms over Cox's Store adThe best way to give good the sufferer may reasonably exMiller, also at Central Drug Influenza (Lagrippe) Nit. Vernon. Ky. pect not only immediate relief. Rev. Fred Jones continues a.d with a few short talks by Messrs vice is to set a goob example. Dut me AND -9 Livingston. Co., and John Puerperal septicemia of proper habits, in Inuch interest manifested. Large J; W. Brown, Jack Lunceford, may cbme see- - how quick you Whomsoever will 67- When others the natural way. Robins' Drug Store, Brodhead. pancer rrcwds are present at both John Robins, A. M. Hiatt 'and Liquid if you desire and be cured of the following W. M Owens' store, 128 get over your cold by taking Burr, Line Violence It, $1 and 35c ailments by fcfternoon and evening sessions. E. R. Gentry. Monday evenCrnb Orchard, S. Bros., 10 Chamberlain's Cough Remedy E. Pellegra Tablets, 2oc and 10c There have been several addi ings session has been pronouncWelch Berea: J. Rejnolds and Small pox Carry a box with Prof. MOORE'S 0 they are likely to follow your ,.. you. Constipation is jr 19 example. This remedy has peen Son, Bee Lick, where the Tanlac ctions to the church, some y Jet ed by all to be one of the best largely a matter of Malaria . tf'or Indigestion. .Nervous habit. Tou can overman ex plains its merits. er and some by confession. The and' most enjoyable held in hall come it with Mana-lin'- 3 iO for many yeara and enjoys an exParalysis Rheumatism, Prostration, Infantile - of Ashland u help. lodge for many eeting will continue o e- SunHemorrhoid e. Free treat Always think beftre you buy Syphilis 4 cellent reputation. Obtainable Tfca Parnam Company. i months. y nrent tor 60' days. don't think too long. Ohio everywhere. Stillbirths excluded W. B. Fertilizer: Just received a the sick. bered amrni W Hie Whitater of Cadarvllle car load ol Virginia Carolina which I now hve lor sale IU u is visiting in Jack Hysinger Steven Tanglord of the Wild Auto Passenger Service. - Any ie section was here yeserduy here, any time New cars in A small child of Mr and Mrs. good repair driven by experiencHov.'-iyeserda Baker died ed aud safe drivers. morning. L. D. Bryant Phone 64. Mr and Mr. Aiken of Philadelphia are with Mr. and Mrs T. N. and T. B. Noe have closed Mcl-at- nou Junction ye terday. Mrs. Wilson Carpeuter in num Th Cummins well is now SERVICES AT Tllfc ClLitlS'l1 down about 70O feet. For sev - j IAN CHURCH SUNDAY. feet they have been in the second , Sunday School y;45 stratta 'of lime stone. Different I Preaching services 11 Subject pockets of oil has' been found "When the Lord Opens a Heart'' in small quantities and one reChristian Endeavor 6:30 markable thing is, the difference Pleaching service 7:30 Subject in the oil found. The members 'Life's Allurements' ! of the Rockcastle Oil & Gas Co are still enthuasiastic in their belief that the Cummins well To Whom It May Concern- will be a producer, although it Notice is hereby giv. that at may taKe 10UU to 18OO tet to the Regular.October Term oi the get oil. Rockcastle County Court the Judge sa courk will move to remove Notice: To users of tele the ates from the county road phones, throughout the country, j All hills are due first of the leadinS trom the Mt. Vernon and month and when bills are not paid'BrUsh Creek road near Burr Pst phone will be removed. We can omce, to cue jove Branch road not carry long pist due accounts, near the top of Cooks Hill, a peti and begin ing October first, we tion having been filed in the office shall insist on prompt payment of the Clerk of the said court, asking that said gates be removed, as of all bills. Mt. Vernon Telephone Co , provided by law. B. T. MOYNAHAN, W. H. Graves Mgr. Crunty Road Engineer. A number of fires have been Sept .22, 1916. reported from differe.it sections Wanted:- - it you have any Inof the county Some of these dian relics such as stone pipes, fires were due to defective flues. large flint spears, grooved axes, We want to take this opportunity pots and bowls, shell beads, etc., to urge everyone to have your found in caves, graves and old chimuevs and flues inspected be- fields. Write to W. L. Griffin, fore starting your fall and winter Somerset, Ky., and get his prices fires. No matter how good you on them. may think your chimney or flue to be. you certainly will not make any mistake in thor Highly in- TRY, TRY, Again specting it Look about your kiti'hen stove and espschlly if it is one of those box ranges which Adage tests right on the floor. NOTICE.! 11 YESS Iff, WE HAVE ALL .THE New Fall Styes And all the latest Fabrics, and Pure Wool, too. And better still, we've got the quality in Clothes. . Dfop in tomorrow or any other day and seethe newest things in FISH'S '20 10 15 Soecia s ' Always Works Wonders YOU'LL BE JUST AS WELCOME TO LOOK AS TO BUY thi-secti- m , - THE BRIGHT SPOT IN MT. VERNON 1 LEVELGREEN nweiuuj, .... - - - lf. . Health to-da- j- - Overcome Chronic Constipation N non-gripin- rn d a Vv (non-tuberculai- ). CASTOR A Semi-Weekl- y ofCS - "?, -- I - m rf v: .. r l. f " l&. x - TiL.1 3 . JXjrrf Jk - V J-- " . h . -f J ' 1 fc 1 T ,- ' in - ri iiiliii rirr iwaMii Tiirtirri vt ' mr tfiifiy iitiiWiihfcirrikniri afcTtoiirt mfotf narSi tmmjmj&i THE Aft 1111 'ill INNIU K 1 B h MEN, WOMEN AND CHILDREN ff. We wish to announce to our customers, that in spite of the high market and scarcity of merchandise, we now have the most complete stock we have ever shown of Men's Suits and Overcoat's, Women's Suits and Coats, Children's Coats, Millinery; Shoes, Hosiery, Neckwear, Floor Coverings. We shall offer big values in every line; we bought early and avoided the big advance in prices same price they paid last year DRY GOODS Sc NOTIONS THE EARLY BUYER will pay practically the BUY EARLY - AND - SAVE - MONEY flilSK I i Millinery for Tall : :: . w . H CUJVUi AND lAKiJ A LOOK w g IT SOMETHING A MAN OR WOMAN WEARS? SEE US ABOUT IT IS OUTINGS iOc,- - CALICOS 65 c, Dress Ginghams JO & 12a c. Same old price as last year at this store. The fellow who has his winter suit in October gets more for his money than the one who waits till December more wear and better selection. Faffs Fairest Fashions - Viewing style trends through our new Bischof modtls is like looking at the sun through a smoked gless- All realbeauty and brilliance without the glare and Weakness that hurt the eyes of culture and good taste. Coats and suits are not merely ctoth in various shapes and colors. They have "manners" just like people have You can tell a Bischof garment by its "manner" by its unique design, its finesse of fit, its grace of drape Our Bischof collection is wide and varied, but all models are alike in their originality and in the unmistakable marks of "high bred" apparel. AND PRODUCE GRAIN, STOCK About the highest ever known. YOU CAN BUY YOUR FALL GOODS at this STORE at REASONABLE PRICE, WHO SHOULD WORRY. tmamwa CLOTHCRAFT $10 TO $25 .ffij Neckwear kSI In the Eyes of the World While it's true that clothes don't mcke the man or woman, you'll have to admit that' they have a lot to do with other people's impressions ol them. The man who wears Clothcraft, or the woman who wears Rischuf is beyond criticism. New Fall Patterns in NECKWEAR 25c and 50c PRICES $15 to $30, $10. . SEE th, NEW SHAPES and COLORS in Other makes as Low as National Hats- Green, Gray, Black and El v WmSWKth LET THE WSL EX W ABaBBHAHU V svttS 4 r-vT- Tvr . ttv m. ii isryy. ccHHR KABO1 i KABO CO&KT SUTTON in & mm KMMHB - zg:xxzdz2s WBm Brown at Op Other makes as low as $2 8 i MOVER. Other makes as Low as $1. H to $5 Leaders LADIES' yp and GENTS' FURNISHINGS