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VERNON, KLL- fc. - ftrmm COUNTY, KYM I StnifcuL (OJ 5 '"" ll"i"'r " Established 837 1 3 ROCKCASTLE FRIDAY, OCTOBER 6. 1916 amount they agreed to raise and mail it to me as early as possi- ble, that I may send it in. Any one that would w'sh to help this worthv iiuse our gifts will be accep.ed wuli thanks. "In as much as you did it uot to one of the least of them you did it not to me." NUMBER 2 TM rylx iLrffiSi .Kit . -- - tetS'lrH: s lW Jfe-e4:h- f . L. I. V. . tj- m - J j (r ' "v "Ii o -- JETT yvir "n w iA -- au.-u.i- lTiaSif7rWSfei k it '.k Li .it i rr ar4stf5i sn k ' mAWmii;h aasisriM--lrfflai- s;. eA. -- A. - . fiOi. I . I vjo - vr r 1 - 7 (j i; 7Vt-:.-V.' vw v.'t ii VJX y? i U i hi i1 k- 1 - " if ' lr hI slylle a qBmdw UtC j Battle, spent Sunday afterget posted on good things. with Mrs. Alfred Barnes. We are wholesale and retail dealers in Flour, September the 26th to the Meal, Meat, Shipstnlf, Hay, Corn, Straw, Ferof o NtcW a girl. tilizer, American Wire Fence. Furniture, Mrs. George Barnes and childStoves and Ranges, and all kinds of ren spent Sunday with Mrs. Farming Tools. John Fletcher - There will be a Our doors are open come often look around pie supper gi 11 at Hopewell has wafted into this store a but don't feel that you have to buy, school lumse on next Saturday company of Coats and Suits ed-- . of which will nij;ht the proc bevy of BISCHOF'S DON'T FORGET THE PLAGE. be used for tuo uanefit of helpBEST. In styling, material and the little CARD OF THANKS. ing buy ceiling tor the church. and wonder touches of the artist-designTo those who so kindly, sympaMrs. Eliza Kir by, a very old in one and all the the master tailor thetically and tenderly 'adminis- lady died at the home of her marks of apparel aristocracy, this just-arrivtered to evary want of my dear son at Butler last Monday. Her wife during her prolonged sickness body was brought here and buried line is one to whet the taste of any and for every act of kindness at the Clontz burying ground feminine dress epicure. 01 SA Srssi shown me during ber illness and Wednesday afternoon. Not only in quality but in variety of dedeath, I desire to express to them Milt Rash continues very feeple. sign, this array of models is superb. my deepest appreciation, and sball Rev. James Barnes will preach ever remember their kindness. Poplin, Velour, Whipcord, Broadcloth, at Hopewell Sunday. Making I. R. Srorm. sorghum and saving fodder is Velour de Argentine, Velour de Ecuador the order of the day in this part. every material of the moment's mood HOW CATARRH IS Well after so long a drouth we may be seen here made up into suits and CONTRACTED have nad a nice rain, ana aui a coats to match the fabrics in beauty and so great deal of good, to the pasMothers are sometimes serviceability. thoughtless as to neglect the tures. Raleigh the three year When you wera a little fellow at school There is much pleasure and keen satisfaccolds which their children con- old son of Rev. Carmical is remember how proud and independent tion to be gained by a visit of inspection. tract. The inflammation of the sick. Who can beat this for a you felt the few times yoa knew your lesraucous membraue, at first acute, large pumpkin, Charles Carmical even loved your teachei ? son becomes chronic cuVarrh, a di raised oiie that weighed forty-fiv- e sease that is seldome cured and 'T was pretty hard to stop playing to pounds. Born September MT, VERNON, KY. that may prove a life'r burden the 27th. to the wife of Wm. study but it didn't take long, and you j Many persons who has this Barnes a girl. Mr. and Mrs. S. were happier all day. Things haven't loathsome disease will remem J. Carpenter ot Mt. Vernon spent changed much. ber having had frequent colds Saturday night and Sunday with You are still in school-b- ut at the time it was contracted. the latters father Rev. Carmical ARE YOU A little forethought, a botile of at this place. Mrs. Jake Payne lessons of your business life? studying the Chamoerloin's Cough Remedy of near this place died last The probloms are. pretty hard the hours noon at High Bridge. Victor judiciously used and this trouble Thursday and was buried at the are long, but moit teachei s are patient and Francisco was at home from Cin Obreally want to help you. LEARN the lesRoberts burying ground on Fri cinnati over Sunday. Wm. Fran might have been avoided. tainable everpwbere. son of SAVING its the A B C of BUSIday. She leaves a husband and cisco, who has been working in NESS and X Y Z of HAPPINESS. seven children an aged father Daytor, Ohio, is with home folks A REMINDER. !this week. Miss Oma Brown of Pine Hill, Ky., Sept. 3. To the mother, four sisters and three Quail, is spending the week with church and especially the mes brothers to mourn her loss her sister, Mrs. Ben Riddle. sengers present at our last an The bereaved family have the Otis Hail, who has a splendid po- nual meeting of the Rockcastle sympathy of the community. OUR OFFICERS : sition in Detroit, is with his Baptist Associatio n.the messengers Rev. Carmical of this place and U. G. BAKER F. L. THOMPSON Cashier. Presdt. Rev. Thornton of Preachersville J. P. mother and other relatives here from a number of churches FLOYD MILLER Asst. Cash. E. DUMMOND. V. P. are holding a protracted meet-a- t week . this Frank Roj nolds, of to try to raise certain Mr. Jessie Mt. Pleasant Cincinnati, joined his wife here to pay on are for one ALL THE DEPARTMENTS OF A BANKING INSTITUTION Sunday, who has been with her acre of land owned bv the Bap- Kirby has moved to James parents, Mr.and Mrs A J. Sutton, tist of Rentucky, Known as the Arnold's house near this place. for the past few weeks He will Kentucky Baptist Childrens Home home next Sunday. Mrs located at Glendale, Ky. I bej return J.G Frith leaves today for Madi lieve all told $100. from this as1 sonville, Tenn., where she will sociation was pledged, enough For Infants and Children, visit her son, Dr.G.M. Frith. Mr to pay for one acre of the farm. and Mrs. Jesse Simpson, hi Now brethern lets get busy and The Kind You Have Always Bought AND SCHOOL SUPPLIES brother and children, of Lan- raise this money, while the Bears the caster, were the guests of Mr and wheather is good and every Signature million ARE WHAT CHILDREN NEED ' Mrs. Larkin Hicss during the thing plentiful, and gat it in by THESE DAYS week. Dr. W.F.Carter, and little Christmas. This home deserves Could you look into one home Arbuckles. It is by far thai son, Master Charles Hicks, went our hearty support. To my every twenty in America most popular coffee sold in in to Shelbyville, Thursday, to visit thinking this is the best Home IS and see in all of them a coffee America today ! On next Wednesday tn the state; the children are relatives. M For AND WE ARE ALWAYS GLAD t( being served that is good Like the women in these milevening the Rev U B Baker, pas taught the scripture with a view TO SHOW YOU WHAT the enough to make breakfast as lion homes, you will find that .tor of the Christian ohurch here, to the early leading to Christ, WE HAVE tiappy as this "Outdoor" Arbuckles' has the rich, full s will begiu a meeting. provided with educat.onal adIf you saw all these homes flavor you have always He will be assisted by Rev. A, K vantages, taught In practical doSCHOOL BOOKS ARE SOLD using the same coffee wanted. Robertson, of Gibson Station, Va. mestic and industrial pursuits. STRICTLY FOR CASH TO ALL You would never rest until Until you serve it you will The public is cordially invited to And other wise prepared for self you had tried that coffee. attend these services. never know how much pleas-ur- e Quite a support and independence in life, coffee can give. Your grocer has it for you number from here were in Mt. to the end -- that thev may hnally Vernon, Sunday afternoon, and be sent forth from the home into To supply the women of America with their favorite took a motor trip over the Dixie the world to become useful and coffee, ships of Arbuckles' Coffee are on the sea every Highway. H.T.Young was down inteligent members of society CHAS. L. DAVIS. Proprietor Phone 87 H day, bringing coffee from the coffee growing coun-.trifrom Mt. Vernon, Tuesday, taking active and proficient in the dis to their big plant on the New York waterfront. II v ' IVMJf imiMH 22 exercise on the farm. The Mag- charge of christian citizenship. THE cold 1 uajra uiccn j istrates of our county, together Notice some of the things . The iau ' and winter demand warm, H with Judge G.M. Ballard County religious parentage of children comfortable sweaters for men Attorney E.R Gentry, Jailer Win does not bar them from admission on the farm Sig Leece, recently stead. W.J .Rider, Logan Brxant, into he home. Children of one and boys. sold to Guv Roberts, is occupy- Willis, McKenzie and others, were living parent may not be adopted We offer our new fall line of 1 Lakeside sweaters at most atTUTiss BERTA Storm, of London, ing one of J. M. Adams' houses on here, Wednesday looking over the exce pt by consent of the parent. tractive prices. Both coat and Miss Clyde new grade, and expressed them Two children mu 'never be sep who came here to keep house East Main street. cellar styles are popular. Our line of Conch Caskets for her grandfather, I. R. Storm, Watson, and Master Austin (selves well pleased with the pro arated by adoption. Children Every garment fits snugly and ill and had to returo to Sparks Durham, were down from gress t,hat is being made. While who are left to the home by the was taken is unexcelld holds its shape. Buy now. The Rev. A.J. Pike Mt. Vernon from Friday until Sun- the big hill between here and Gem will of the parent at death shall Hand-mad- e ber home. offins furnishec closed a very successful meeting day. Mr. and Mr?. A. M. Hiatt Sulphur is probably the biggest. never be adopted from the home. Hearse senl to all parts of atGravei Switch the latter part of were with' her parents, Mr. and job of its kind in the county, yet Space will not allow me to tell c to v I i $ jHU&ttMJjAjXjL ;the County. iii laat week, with twenty baptised Mrs. R.L. Smith, Saturday night. within a short time it will be re all about this horns, hut will W by C. M. Perkins' of Pineville, was moved and then the grade to the say we have bought a additios. He was assisted nice farm AM orders by Wire Promptly Filled Mrs. Wesley with the family of Mrs. R.S. Mar- Lincoln county line will soon be for the children and we owe a II Rev. Jesse Bagle. sec- tin, Saturday and Sunday. Mr. completed. Theijold Chief, W. A. balance and this Association Reynolds, of the Bee Lick llil was with her daughter, Mrs. and Mrs. A.M. Hiatt, and Mr. and Tyree, is in charge of the' concrete wants to pa for one acre $100. tion, Mrs Jonn Robins, and daughter work,, and the way old Alex is I hope every messenger M L VERNON, KY. M Phone 94-W. H. Barnes, Saturday and will AMMMAMMinMiMAA'VMFMBnflAvM Vanbook, who lived Mildred, spent Saturday after- - whooping the boys up. is very make a .strong effort to raise the Autumn Style Breezes FALL er He knows his job when to concreting. -- ,d will it comes soon have the big culvert ready at the foot of this hill to be covered. A fill is being made some fifteen feet high at this point. Miss Tharp.of Junction City, is with her sister, Mrs.R E.Albright. C. R. Schanm, Manager Cedar Hill Oil Company, is here this week superintending the installation of an oil well drilling outfit on Frith Bros.' land a short distance from town. C H. Frith, who has several thousand acres of land leased, is the instigator of his enterprise, and the way he goes after such business, and his success iu interesting the owners of this outfit shows that he is closely related to John D. Those who profess to know bv the location of the land, and certain formations say that prospects were never better to strike oil than here, and were their labors awarded by an old time gusher Chuck would suddenly succeed John D. in many ways. Dr. J. F. Kirbv, is here this week practicing dentistry. Mr. and Mrs. A. M. Hiatt were guests of his father pt Quail, am usins. Mar-gueret- &&B&3 - J. Chairman W. Hilton. THE "QUALITY STORE" 3$3&3$ X GEO.S.GRIFFiN & SON Board Executive Rockcastle Association. P. S. Churches wanting Fifth Sunday meeting in this month please applv at once. WHERE a MONEY h TALKS & BOOSTING And Pullincr Together o o 3fcC&3K3SS Town grow makes Our Hand of while the quality ' is always pointing to Big Values. HO Every time the second hand of the clock ticks Robert Mailer bought a fine off a minute something good goes over our mare from Herbert Bullock. counter. GOOD, yes, so good that it makes Mrs. Ceorge Perciful spent Sunday with Airs. Milt Rash. Mrs. every customer a repeater. Make our Store a Charles Carmical and daughter, Schoolroom for studying Values and a place to PEWELL Miss noon Born wife Ut-org- ed ge;o, s. griffin & son Livingston Kentucky c$x&yjK&&& You Remember Do SUTTON McBEE The CLOTHCRAFT Store THE PEOPLES BA N K j -- CASTOR A SCHOOL BOOKS OUR STOCK COMPLETE Ifyou could look into a lames two-week- fytk vjvf IIP Kith Pioneer Drug Store 2XZ2XSZ2Z2 es iTWv I I H5HZXI BR O DH EAD UNDERTAKES L Juu& W. A. COX,i 50 $6.00 '1 Sun-4ay,ark- in S r -- ', '. l i. i tI?1 ... I" .. .' 'SSS&i$EZ3 ik WiMMWrnTTTI H I El IB GET W 5a a IUU f - BRYANT BRO WIT. ORDER TO CALL ELECTION ON STOCK LAW. Whereas, a petition was on day ot September, 1916, filed with the County Court Clerk of the County signed by more than twenty legal voters ot voting pre cinct No. 6 (Orlando), in Rockcastle county, asking the submis sion of the question, whether cat tie or any species thereof, shall be permitted to run at large iu sa d voting precinct. It is now ord ered by the court that a poll be opened in said voting precinct at the next general election to be held in said precinct on the 7th day of November, 1916. for tin purpose of ascertaining the will of the voters of said OMiig pre cinct upon said question S. F. Bowman, Clerk Rockcastle County Court thc-4th xuror HLnL GETS YOU BACK Agents Rockcastle county, asking the submission of the question. , whether cattle or any species there of, shall be permitted to run at large in said voWig precinct. It is now ordered hy the court that a poll be opened iu said voting precinct at the next geneial elec tion to De held in said precinct on the 7th day of November. 1916, nfr the purpose of ascertaining the will of the voters of said voting precinct upon said quescion. S. F. Bowmam, Clerk Roc'ccas'le County Court. Every reader of a newspaper knows what has happened to white pape , the kind a newspaper is printed upon. The price of newspaper is more than double wdiat it wjvs a year ago. Now to make i long story short, if you are in arrears we want you owe us. We need it and if ive VERNON, KY. 3inct No. 4 (Scaffold Cane), iu f Democratic headquarters yester- CHENEY. Sworn to before me ahd day that Prof. George Ragsdale, in my presence, this 6th of Louisville, and Aubiey F. an attorney of Covington, day of December, A. D. 1836. A. two of the leading Progressives W. GLEAPON. (Seal) Notary Public. in Kentucky in lgl2, bad announc Aall's Catarrh Cure is taken ed tneir auegiance 10 rresment Woodrow Wilson and .the Dem-o.rati- c internally and acts' through the ticket this year, and that Blood on the Mucous Surfaces both will exerc all their influence of the System. Send tor testito carry the State in November. monials free. At orney Adkins was one of the J F. J. Cheney & Co., Toledo, 0. Soid by all drhggist, 75c. organzers of the Progressive Hall's Family Pills for consti- party in I912 and was iu charge o. the campaign headquarters, pation. sub-sbribe- Democratic bead fi T"I SWIf quarters yesterday nrd omferr j& jjjn I UAlUUuUi ed with Chairman Caiiirili and Friday, Octt. G, 19 16 Mr. House and proffered his J services to the cause of Demng Published every Friday by ocracy, and announced that he EDGAR S. ALBRIGHT. will take the stump in the State the last three weeks or the camAuthority $I.O paign. He said that in ONB YKA.R UBSCRI3?TION his - opinion President Wilson is the known on ' only true progressive with pro- Advertising rates maue j gressive ideas now before the Vital Organs Rebel at Kept application On Coiitnut Stain. American electioate and lelt that a large majority of the proMEMBER OF The world's most eminent augressive party will ' be found KENTUCKY PRESS ASSOCIATION supporting him this year because thorities on the science of healt living and present day dis of the beneficial legislation along progressive lines enacted during eases, liken the human body to the past three and one-hal- f years steam engine, its wastes corre by the Democratic Congress spondiug to the ashes under the leadership of Presi- - They have also termed the foundation of modern maladies, Jdent Wilson. which dally leave hundreds of ' READ AND THINK Prepares Articles. sad homes in their trails, autoFOR YOURSELF! Prof. Ragsdale was perhaps ai intoxication, which is nothing WHO has given us peac pros closeiy identified with the pro-- I more nor less than than the perity and social justice? Wood gressive party in Louisville and of the Vital organs, row Wilson Who has unshackled the Fifth district in 1912 as any brought on by excessive irental business? Woodrow Wilson. Who other man in this city aud county and physical strain. has overthrown the organized Like Attorney Ad kins he feel-tha- t The toxication has its origin, power of Wall Street baukers President Wiison has morn for' the most pait, medical ex and gambler? Woodrow Wilson. progressive ideas than any man perts say, in the kidneys or stom Who has thrown a legal safeguard now in public life in America anO ach, because of the faulty method' around the children from the gall- that it will be for the best inliving winch have become com ing labors of the factories? Wood-ro- terest of the country for the raou iu recent years. vVho has Wilson. made former Progressives to vote t When the otgans become weak money panics impossible? Wood-- V retain him in office rather than eued from any cau-.- they are unWi!s-- n. Who has given forsake the principles of th e ' able to throw off the accumulacommercial stauding aud credits party ard vote lor the Republi tion of waste matters The in to the farmers? Woodrow Wil- can opposition. Prof. Ragsdale jury whu.li Comes from the re son. Who has refnsed to pur- h is prepared a .series of articles of the body's waste pto chase dividends with the blood and turned them over to th tei.tion ducts is of the greatest import of American youths? Woodrow Democratic State Campaign Comtance. Abnormal conditions ol Wilson. Who has kept us at mittee which will be used b. he intestines are largely respon rieace, while the world is at war? the committee between now and sible for the common headacbt Woodrow Wilson. VVho prevent- the November election. Th malady, and for a generally ed the gret railroad strike aud first of the series, "Wilson and mwe.ed resistance, resulting it. its consequent horrors? Woodrow the Progressive Movement. " olds and catsrrhsd affections as Wilson. will be seen to day and the well as other equally serious ail Defeat Woodrow Wilson and other four will follow during . ments. every future President will know the next four weeks. Under these conditions the or tl at he cannot be re elected un gans are rendered i; me and less he is owned body, soul and Albert Krell, president of the nnd toxins actual poisons art breeches by Wall Street and Krell Piano Co., who has voted permitted to generate within special interests. Defeat Wood-Wils- on for seven consecutive Republic one's body. and it will serve notice an candidates for president, an Bright's disease, stomach and upon the Central and South nounced Monday he would vote intestional trouble and cattarrhal American Republics, as well as for Woodrow Wilson. affections ot the mucous mem. Mexico, that the United States am for Woodiow Wilson branes may be called auto into has the rankest greed governing for president because I do not ications. its professions of friendship believe we should make a change Tanlac, the ideal reconstruc Defeat Woodrow Wilson and it in this critical period. tive tonic, was designed esmeans an end to neutrality and "Saves Us From War" pecially to combat these ills an end to ptace in this country. "I am for' him because, even Tanlac begins its actions by stimDefeat Woodrow Wilson and under the greatest pressure, he ulating the digestive and as every future Congress must take saved us from takintr a hand in similative orgaus, thereby enrichits orders from a few powerful the war on the allie;' side. ing the blood and invigorating groups without regard for the " I am for him because he the entire system. Next Tauhic the welfare of the people. De has-bea wonderful president. aids the stomach to thoroughly en feat Woodrow Wilson and the Intellectually he is bigger than digest the food, thus permitting goverment will be run for the any president since Lincoln. the assimilable products to be benefit of the few and without " 1 am for him bacause he has converted into blood, bone and regards for the rights of the made possible the enactment of a muscle. many. great program of legislation beneTo the automobtlist it might In view of his wonderful ad ficial to the people. be said that Tanlac acts as a ministration ; because of his suc"I am for him because he pre spsrk plug in the human median cessful efforts for the great vented the railroad strike which ism. it s'arts the vita' engines common people; beciuse of his would have created the greatest and then keeps them going at unseifish labors for humanity; industrial calamity in our history. a proper regulated speed. because he has kept us out of Tanlac, the ideal reconstrucwar; because he has nobly stood State of Ohio, City of Toledo, tive tonic, is being especially in f jr the farmer and laborers, the Couatv, ss. troduced in Mt.Vernon at iR. H. people, irrespective of - Party, Frank J. Cneney makes oath Miller, also at Central Drug should arouse themselves and that he is the senior partner of Co., Livingston. and John urge his re election. the firm of F. J. Cheney & Co., Robins' Drug Store, Brodhead doing business in the City of To- W. M. Owens' store, Burr, Line ledo, County aud State afore- Bros., More Crab Orchard, S. E. said, and that said firm will pay Welch Berea: J. Reynolds and Leading Progressives the sum of ONE HUNDRED Son, Bee Lick, where the Tanlac ' man explains its merits. uuLL,i.K.o lor eacn ana every URGE PRESIDENT WILSON'S case of Catarrh that cannot be cured by the use of HALL'S Anouncement was made at CATARRH CURE. FRANK J. MT.VERNON SIGNAL He called at Children Cry for Fletcher's eif-roisoni- Says Tlie Kind You Have Always Bought, and which has been in use for over SO years, has borne the shrnatnre of and has been made under his per-l-y sonal supervision since its infancy. ZccyU4. Allow no one to deceive you in this. are but All Counterfeits, Imitations and " Experiments that trifle with and endanger tlie health of Infants and Children experience against Experiment. Just-as-jrood" self-poisoni- I w 1 ORDER TO CALL ELECTION have it. We are not going to ON STOCK LAW. raise tlie price of our subscrip Whereas, a petition was on ihe tion as many papers hive do.i e, 4th dav of September. 1916 filed but we must insist on payment with the County Court Clerk of of all past due subscriptions, and the County, signed by more those who do not comply with than twenty legal voters of vot- this request will certainly be No 13 (Wildie). dropped from our ing precinct list. We are in Rookcastle county, asking the not makine anv one a nresent submission of the question. ot ,he pill)erand a. t,ie present whether cattle, or any species high c. st of production, we are not thereof shall be permitted to ran 'he, ,. ,nnpPr rnnt.ilIinp n ,,,.. at large in said voting piecinct. It sysiem. Piease do not dela is now ordered by the co irt tha'. a but do us as you want us to do poll be opened in said VJttn4 pre- you. send your subscription in cinct at the next general election to day, not tomorrow. to be held in said precinct on CON.STI PAT1 ON DULLS day of November, 1916. for YOUR BRAIN the purpose of ascertaining .the That dull listless, oppressed will ot the voters of Stid. voting jfedtr.g is due to impurities in precinct upon question. your system, sluggish iiver, clog S. F. Bowman. Clerk Rockcastle County Court. ged intestines. Dr. Iving'r New Liie Pdl give prompt relief. A bowel ORDER TO CALL ELECTION mild easy, movement win tone up onr sysON STOCK LAW. torn 5i nH ViaI r ,tn r'loar rnnt mnrl.1. Wherea-, a petition was on the , v, . .. . uiiui v u;ujuictivu. VJiTl di UUL UH.y ui oeyteuiijci, iaiu, uibu le of Dr Kind's New Life's Pills tm with the County Court Clerk of todiy at vour Druggist, 20c. A will make you the county, signed by more than dose twenty legal voters of voting Pre c ieerf ul at oreukfast. ih-7- th I ; i non-gripin- continue to ruu we must Oil, PareCastoria goric, Drops and Soothing Syrups. It is pleasant. It contains neither Opium, Morphine nor other iNarcotia substance. Its age is its guarantee. It destroys 'Worms and allays Feverishness. For more than thirty years it lias 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 The Mother's Friend. CASTORIA What is substitute for Castor is a harmless GENUINE CASTORIA Bears the Signature of ALWAYS (2L&0 In Use For Over 30 Years Th Kind You Have Always Bought THE CENTAUR COMPANY. lew YORK CITV. pies IP OOO P m IB """. - to-nig- Clean, Strong and Safe The standing or a Bank is determined by the law under which it operates, and by the abiiity 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 8 'I -- I JONAS McKENZIE THE OLD RELIABLE 33&3C3C$2! xi , recommendations. YOUR BUSINESS SOLICITED. $Dce$iac.aoe I ra A General Merchandise lifts 11: Z.JKJA 11U 1 lis WI & The Bank of Mt Vernon JUT. VEKNON, KY. s8 &G"e:frifcocx3s .SSJOscfoqfcc ?33e$fe&xx3x. -- mm i2S2. m ga Farm Implements g :33ex:.j'3x'3S DRUGS PURE & FRESH &X&X&. $fc3C3C: X$3e3C&&X$3C$X. iUSBAND RESCUED DESPAIRING WIFE Vfter Four Years of Discouraging Conditions, Mrs. Bullock Gave Up m Despair. had gotten so weak I could not stand, and I gave up in despair. I Two Husband At last, my husband got me a bottle of Cardui, the woman's tonic, and I commenced taking From the very first dose, I could tell it was helping me. I can now walk two miles without its Came to Rescue. it N. Your Prescriptions filled by an experienced man We want your business Don't, forget to ask us about or In an interesting letter tiring me, and am doing all my work." If you are all run down from womanly krom this place, Airs. Bettie Bullock ' writes as follows : "I suffered for four troubles, don't give up in despair. Try Catron, Ky. ears, with womanly troubles, and during Cardui, the woman'stonic. It has helped his time, I could only sit up for a little more than a million women, in its 50 vhile, and could not walk anywhere at years of continuous success, and should Jl. At times, I would have severe pains surely help you, too. Your druggist has n my left side. d Ad-kin- s, Kodaks Kodaks The doctor was called in, and his treat-ne- nt sold Cardui for years. He knows what it will do. Ask him. He will recom- "I iHv relieved me for a while, but I was mend it. Begin taking Cardui today. ra 1-- I R.H. MILLER, Druggist Mt. Vernon, Ky. Write to: Quttinooga Meildne Co.. Ladles son confined to my bed again. After Advlsory.Dept.. Qutunooza. Tean., for Special Instruction n vour casa and bode tat, nothing seemed to do me any good. Trtataeat far WMMa." scat la plala wraaaan Hob CASTORIA OAST.ORIA Chidrn Cry FLET0HER' FOR Children Cry FLETCHER'S FOR A n ca t .'rM Tr r' 7 Brush Creek, known as Law's Some parties from Ohio and Judge Allison, of Chattanooga, COMMISSIONER'S SALE. ford; thence a westerly direction President o tli Dixie Highway Estil county were here first of Rockcastle Circuis Count up the creek to a stone corner passed through yesterday with his BesidPs her hus- wi.ck looking th oil situation a few hours. T. J. Nicelev, Mt. Vernon Kr Oct 6., 1916 band, she leaves several small over in Rockcastle. As evidence C. Plummer and M. party of fytir nialing an official V Phi intiff. between J. a F. Craig: thence a southern di- inspection tout- of tin Dixie The children. that they think there is nil here, John Oviskuay, dee'd. ) up "No. 79" wnen rection to the beginning corner; gap between Livingston and the vs. Commissioners Sale. B. T. Moyuahan, whose term they bought of W. D. Payne, a wan toCommuni cats with SIGNAL said boundary containing five Laurel, county line is the only part of appointment as road engin-nee- i one half interest in the oil rights IULIA OVERBAY. j acres, more or less, or sufficient of the Eastern Dixie Highway expired Oct. i, with b:? to 40 acres of his land. This BURB OVERBAY, - Defendants. Lucas Overbay, thereof to produce the sum of which farm of Payne's is only a short not under construction wife, left Tuesday for R. G. Webb and $5q.9o, with legal interest from and Judge Allison was very distance from the Cummins G. S. . Nl I Griffin, . Dec. 1 1915 until paid; and $2i. 87 much i terested in linditig out was farm, where the Rockcastle Oil uI IJ Miss Rissie McPerron By virture of ajudgMu and with legal interest from Jan. 2G, & Gas Co are now drilling. We operated on for appendicitis al order of sale of the Rockcastle, 19IU until piid and the cost of what would be done. Judge Bal lard assured him that the line tCUtfltLC.NSHVILLCR R.CO. London Wednesday. Dr. H. V. were unable to get the names of Circuit Court, rendered at the J this acion would be surveyed in the near the parties making the deal, as they August term, 1916, thereof, in performed Pennington, T ME TABLE. For tie purchase price the ' future, the contract awarded for left no papers for record, and the above cause, I shall proceed by Drs. Brock, 22 uortn P m operation, 5 " the notary does not remember to offer for sale at the court purciast i" :.nst execute bond, the construction of the road, and 3:56 a m of that place and Dr. Walker 24 :;orth with approved surety, bearing then the pioposition put up to their names There can only be n:44 a ro Owens, who has had charge ol but one of two solutions to the house door in Mt. Vernon, Ky., legal interest from day of sale those on the outside, who have 3 south The operation was to the highest and best bidder, 12:13 a m the case. 21 South until paid and havinir the force guaranteed to furnish the money very successcul and Dr. Owens acts of these gentlemen. The at public auction, on Monday, Jas. Landrum, Agent. who returoe.1 .from London yes- either feel confident that there October 23rd, being regular and effect of a judgment. Bid to build that part of the road, FO R ders will be prepared to comply when the survey is made and the Phone No. 8. terday was very much pleased is oil in Rockcastle and it is in County Court day, between the the territory of where the hours of 1 1 a. in. and 3 o'clock promptly with these Wus. contract let. Liviugston does not Entered at the Mt Vernon, Ky. Posto'fice with the splendid outcome G. S. Griffin. Rockcastle Oil & Gas Co. are p. want the road to run as it seems it mail matter. us seconil-cias- s in., upon a credit of six months drilling or that they are tak- the following described proper M. C, Rockcastle Cir Ct.urt. is destined to go and we agree LOCAL ing gambler's chance on the with our neighbors and friends in have in COMMISSIONER'S SALE. PEE80ML Dr. Irvine, the herb doctor, is local company success of now at ty, to wit: their contention. They want the now located here with offices over w6rk. Whatever the oil field of One tr&ct of land in Rockcastle Rockcastle C iucujt Court. road to go on through town and every good County, Kentucky, and bounded M. B Cox are Uox's store. Mr. and Mrs. E. Plaintiff, across Wildcat, over or near as J. Miller, Rockcastle may he, oi men who as follows: for the and with friends at Grab Orchard. vs Comraissionpr's Sale. A small rhild of Mr and Mrs are being attracted here from On the East by the lands of practicable follow the old State Alsss Blanch: Crawford left Wn'ter Owens died Monday of many different states, certainly ThoS. Kirby, S) and Wm. Owens; on the South by Adm. of T. i). Kirby, "Defendants. road. Laurel county slipped one for Shepherdsville where spinal meningitis. yeterday got ov er on Rockcastle and believes that. Rockcastle Js in the lands of John H. Walton; ) &c, she will teach the rest of the Men. th'e oil belt and that some good on the West by the lands of recommendation from the State We would like to see a bakery By virtuie of a judgment and year. started in Mt. Vernon. Why wells will be brought in and Lee Reynolds, and on the North order of sale of tiie 'Rockcastle engineer for their road to go out M rs. J. P. West is visiting Dr. doj't some one make the start ? that before the close of 19 i(i. by the lands of Jane Bales, con- Circuit Court, rendered at the to Parkers Creek, which forces and Mrs. M. I. Myers in Win-ch- e BAD COLDS FROVf" LITTLE taining about In acres, or August term thereof 19I6, in the Kockcastle to build over Gauley, Let little Dick do our tailor ter. sufficient thereof to procure the abov'e cause, I shu I offer for a mountain equally as bad as SNEEZES GROW August Krueger lus moved to work. Women's suits a specialty 5.00 and sale at tho cr urt house door in Wildcat, a distance of about six Many colds that hang on all the suras of $.")6 90, cottages on Located in Mt. Vernon hotel. one of bis brick miles further for Rockcastle to winter starts uit.h a sneeze, a 14.20, and the cost of this Mt. Vernon. K v., to the highest Oc.6-2inbuild, thereby making the dis We: Main sniffle, a sore throat, a tight act.oti. and best bidi! , at public auc THE BRIGHT SPOT IX Contractor Neal Parrott has Jndjre L. W. Bethuruni was in For the .purchase price the tion, on Monduv, October 23. tance of travel about six miles You know the symptoms chest MT. FERNO N longer. There is uothlng more Lf.uisville part of the week on begun the foundation of Noe's of colds, and you know prompt purchaser muct execute bond, 19 It). ing th- - first day of a or less to it than that Mr. Terrell, new store on corner of Maip legal business. treatment will brea them up. with approved surety, bearing rciruhr term o' t.ie llockcastle buildwhose administration, the FOR SALE Mj and Mrs. C h. Mullins, and Williams street. The Dr. King's New Discovery, legal interest from the day of County Cou;i i.e. ween the hours under ing will be a one story brick. recommendations for the road as farm of I29 acres located relatives One alter a week's visit to ith its soothing antiseptic bal- sale until paid, and having the 01 11 a. in. ai:d 6 p. m. upon a now outlined were made, was play- one and one half miles f:om Pine W. H. Graves the telephone sams, has been breaking up colds force and effect of a judgment. bore have returned to Stanford credit of six months, the folHill, Rockcastle Co, Kentucky. Martha man, is getting ready to tesr and healing coughs of young and Bidders will be prepared to com- lowing described property to w it: ing one of the many political One mile from Dixie High Way 3 and Misses Bess game3 which finally put him out Sparks are in Louisville for down all the old wires in Mt old for 47 years. Dr. King's Mew ply promptly with these terms. A tract of land in Rockcastle of business. The people of Liv miles north of Liv ingston, 90 acres Vernon and stretch a new cible! Discovory loosens the phlegm, G. S Griffin, a few d j vs. under fence 5o acres in cultivaCounty, on the waters of Skeggs ingston were among the greatest tion and pasture. One good six A great improvment it will be clears the bead, sootns tne irMaster Commissioner, Creek and dasenbed a- -' follows: advocates of the bond issue which Mrs S D Lewis and mother, house. Barn and room dwt-llinRockcastle Circuit Court. ritated membrane and makes Weber, left last Saturday Bounded on the north by the has made road building possible necessary out buildings, one 4 Mrs. V. T. Fish, H. Fish, Floyd lands of Martha and F. P. Kirby n Rock castle and for the state room tenant house, good wells for Chattanooga to spend a few Miller and Everett Mullius were breathiug easier. At your drugCOMMISSIONER'S SALE. gist, 5oc. to on agreed corner stone set man. for political gain, to simply at both places. Plentv of fruit, weeks. in Irvine a few hours Sunday. Rockcastle circuit Court. up near three walnuts uear the take the bull by the horns, as Mr. a splendid vein of coal underMisses Carrie and Louise Hy- - They say there certainly is someFOR A MUDDY lying the whole farm, opened up Plaintiff, creek; thence east intersecting Terrell did in this case, overrid- - and m good running condition. singer were visiting relatives thing doing around -- that town. Barlow Clark, COMPLEXION.. with the old Robert Langford ing vs. - Commissioner's Sale. at Level Green Saturday and Take Champerlain's Tablets the Fiscal Court and the peo There is gol sale for the coal R. L. Collier, the pole man has . line about fifteen steps from the pie, when not warranted by the lil UUU1 I).... n?ll tmrl r .i.i nfrrtftn Sunday. Samantha Lunsford, &c, I JllC linn uiniiijJiuu, shipped seven car loads of pole and adopr a diet f vegetables line Defendants. branch; thence with said Some timber on the place. Misses Louise Hysinger and from Mt. Vernon this week, to say and cere-I- s. Take outdoor exconditions, we believe it is time to One mile to church, l4 miles By virture of a judgment and back with Frank Kiiby's 50 a,cre kick. But there is nothing else Dora Blantou will leave Sunday, nothing of what he has done at ercise daily aud your complexto school. For further informaorder of sale rendered at the survey to a stake; thence with for a weeks visit in Garrard his other half dozen or more ion will be greatly improved August term, i916 of the Rock said line to a poplar corner: to do but survey as J udge Ballard tion, call or address. and Madison Counties. E- - B. Cox Mt Vernon, Ky. proposes to do, and then if outside yaids. Mr. Collier is one of the within a few mouths. Try it. castle Circuit Court. I will on thence south to two oaks and a help is willing to build the road, R. A. Welch, has been in real hustlers of the kind you sel- Obtainable everywhere. '"' the the 23rd day of October I9 16. poplar corner between the lines good graces demand the Tennessee for the past two dom see. THE SOCK SOCIAL. day, of said Langford and Kirby: a regular County Court weeks, where he has a position The Willing Workers have between the hours of 9 o'oKoCk thence with said Hue to the The protracted meeting at the with the Mason Hanger Co Baptist church conducted by Rev. planned .for a Sock Social," to be a. in. and 3 o'clock p. m. at the creek, ths beginning coi uer, con- L & N EXCURSION RATES Mr. and Mrs. W. A. McKenzie Fred Jones, the pastor, closed held in the Masonic Hall on front door of the court house in taining 10 acres, more or less, or ' Round trip to Louisville $5-4were in Lexington and Paris dur Sunday night with about twenty Thursday, .October 19. A poem Mt. Veruon, Ky , offer for sale sufficient thereof to produce the Oct. 8, 9, iO limited to Oct. iu, acmg the week. Willis is certainly five additions or There were nin- - describing its features will be sent to the hihest and best bidder sum of $35. 4o and the further count Grand Lodge I. O. O. F. eettinsr the best there is in his teen baptized Sunday afternoon. to individuals who will attend, and and $39. 10 of Kentucky. the following described property, sum of $65 32, $4i.32 Ford. Don't forget , to wit- and the cost of this action. were by letter and bring ajfriend. The others Floor Round trip Lexington 0:15 Mrs. Anna Miller who has restoration. Rev. Jones is an Oct. 19. A tract of land lying on the Thursday evening, For the purchase price the Oct. 14II1 and tsth, limited to Oct. Griffin been very sick for the past earnest worker and his untiring at Masonic Hall waters of Brush Creek in the purchaser must execute bond 2i, account Laymen's Forward month, is better and again able efforts are being felt, not only bearing surety, County of Rockcastle, State of with approved Building HEAD OF THAT ALL-WIMovement .Congress, Lexington to be at her desk in Bethurum by the church but the community Kentucky, and bounded as fol- lesral interest from day of sale District M.- E. Church. c TER COUGH & Lewis's office. until paid and having the force as we'll. Round trip Berea $1.75, Oct. 2 3, At the first sign of spre throat, lows: and effect of a judgment. BidMrs. E. T. Gamble from Oklais unfortunate that there tight chest or stuffed up head On the North by the lands of W ders will be prepared to comply limited to Oct. 4, account dedicaIt LIVING ROOMS homa and her mother, Mrs. James are some people in the world, H. Abney; on the West by the promptly with these terms. tion Kentucky Hall, Berea College. take a dose of Dr. Bell's Pine Boone, from Maywood, spent a lands of John Anglin; on the who through poverty are forced G S. Griffin, Round trip Cincinnati, $5.50, ' p'ne-tar- , The healing 3& portion of last week with Mrs. to live in a town or community, by the lands of Win. Young Oct. 7, 8 and 9th, limit Oot. i(i, Master Commissioner, soothing honey and glycer- South Mrs. James Boone's daughter, Laundry inen's National where in the estimation of those ine quickly relieve the ronges-tio- n and on the East by the lands of Rockcastle Circuit Court. Apply James Pinkerton, on Rickels. Association of A merica. Bright Chasteen, containing 48-- Yi inindividuals, the people are so aud loosen the phlegm premises, at side entrance Mr. and Mrs. Fred Kruegar, ferior aud whatever kind of an acres. break up your cold. Dr. Bell's alter 6 p.m. fc o were in London with Mrs. interprise This property will be sold on is started, k is un- Pine El has all the ben To Whom It May Concern: FOR FLETCHER'S Krueger daughter, Miss Rissie worthy of the least of their "Con ti.i a credit of six months bearing efits of tne healing aroma from a iSotue is hereby given that at iH' 4I was operated on, sideration. Such, poor fools are McFerion, who legal interest from of sale. Purpine forest, it is pleasant to take Term of the but she was doing so nicely to be pitied. chaser will be required to give the Regular. October and antiseptic. The formula on Judge they returned home yesterday. bond with approvel surety. A Rockcastle County Court the Marion County the bottle tell why it relieves At their home in move to remove lein wili be ret lined on property of said court will Mrs. Golden Cummins suffer- Miss Ada and Mr. Frank Ward coughs and colds. At your Drug from the county road for the purchase money. Bid- the gates ed .an attack of heart failure entertained-- a small house party gist, 25c . ders will be prepared to com- leading from the Mt. Vernon and while at church Sunday night Irom iriaay until duiiday in pot Fertilizer: Just received a ply promptly with tliese terms. Brush Creek road, near Burr road and has been confined to her honor of their sister, Tempest. office, to the Cove Branch car load of Virginia-Carolin- a G S. Griffin, fer room most of the week. She is gredients are released in the form of Those present were Miss Ada near the top of Cooks Hill, a peti Try the Treatment Re These soothing, medicated vapors vapor3. tilizer which I now have for sale. Master Commissioner, are in better now. Steele of Junction City, Prof tion having been filed in the office haled all night long through the air passa lieves by Inhalation and AbsorpJack Hysinger. Rockcastle Circuit Court. Miss Auburn Chiun district Burdette Owens, of Brodhead, ges to the lungs, loosening the phlegm, of the Clerk of the said cour, ask- tion. No Stomach Dosing. soothing the inllamed membrane, and aidagent of the Girls Canning Clubs, Mr. W.A.Rice, of East Bernstadt; Taken UP:One bar or stag hog, j ing COMMISSIONER'S SALE. that said gates be removed, as No need to disturb your stomach with ing the body cells to drivv; out the invadwas in the county during the. those of the neighborhood were weight about 3' '0 lbs. is a sandy internal medicines for these troubles. ing germs. ROCKCASTLK ClIiCUIT COUUT. provided by law. Salve, combines by a In addition. Vick'- - is absorbed through Vick's week inspecting the work of Messrs. Eugene and Arthur Mudd, color, with small black "spots a- B. T. Moynaiivn, Plaintiff, Ruth Mc Williams, the pores, reducing the inflammation and special process Menthol, Thymol, girls in Rockcastle, which she Misses Naomi and Mary Walker. bont his hotty. Has been on Camphor and PineTar, so that when taking out that tightness and soreness. Crtinty Road Engineer. vs. i nronounced first class. applied to the heat of the body, these in 25c, oOc, or $1.00. M all druggists. Thomas bmith, age 18 years,a my premises since early in Aug W. E. McWilliams, Defendant. Sept 22,1910. . i.j.wiceiy.j.a.LrtiiRtora, V. 80n of Bnd Smith, of this county Owner can havi same by provand Commissioner's Sale, j. umiib, w. n. djed .n lndUnapoli!5 Tuesday ing property aud paying for J. C Plummer, xlc. Plaintiff, risn, j. m. uraig, Airreu wooa .. on ., a - n . t9 . ,. fee damages and cjst of this adv. vs 7and others whose names we did Yq W 1 Dooley W.E. McWilliams Smth was supposed to Oct. - 3T. not get are in Richmond today m,e digd ff0m poisoning but aud Defendants see Ripgling Bios.' show. Ruth McWilliams ) to no fcrace could be fonnd where I It means inflammation of a By virture of a judgment and Miss Mary Biadley, one of or how he got the poison. The mucous membrane someConover & order of the Rockcastle Circuit where in the head, throat, Iip marie after heinir the teachers in the high school Ky Court, rendered at the August has been very sick most of the f0un(i on tne street by a police-weebronchial tubes, stomach, biliary ducts or bowels. It always term, I9I6 thereof, in the above She fainted while at church maTlf was tnat ne drank a glass MT. VERNON, KY means stagnant blood the cause, I stnll offer for sale at Sunday, the first indication of 0f oeer tj remains were Fron4 Rooms over Baker' ttor Diooa max is iuu 01 impurCOMPLETE LINE the court house door in Mt Ver tPhone her illness and has not improv- - broueht here Wednesday and ities. Left alone, it extends non, Ky. to the highest and best ed much since. Coffins, Gaskets' and Robes until it is followed by indigestion, taken to his old home on. Skegg's colds, congestion or fever. It weakens bfdder, at public auction, on Mail, Telegraph or TeleMr. and Mrs. R. L. Collier Creek for burial. the svstem generally and spreads its Monday, October 23rd, 1916, operations until systemic catarrh or DT ivill hp rmpn fnr hncinpce of Crab Orchard and Mrs. Jas. phone orders Promptly WHEN YOU TAKE COLD. an acute illness is the result. being regular County Court day the 20th of September. about Moran md little sou. of Tenn., Filled With the average man a cold tor said County,, between the OfJIce Rooms over Cox's Store visitors to our town for were matter and should is a serious Mt. Vernon, Ky. hours of 9 o'clock a. m. and 3 SgDieae a short time Wednesday, Mrs. not' be trifled with, as some of AND Is the nation's reliable remedy for o'clock p. ra upon a credit of Whomsoever will may come Moran was Miss Virginia Shu tne most dangerous this condition. It restores appetite, diseases six months, the following deaids digestion, checks and removes and be cured of the following mate before her marriage. Poultry Poultry start with a common cold. Take inflammation, and thus enables the scribed property to, it: ailments by through which we breathe membranes, Mr. and Mrs. John Renner Chamderland's Cough Remeyy One tractfof land, locited in and through which our food is abShip us your Poultry and receive Prof. MOORE'S work properly. are here from 4 Cain' Ark. on a and get rid of your cold as Kentucky sorbed, Rockcastle County, highe'st price and prompt returns Forty-fou- r years of success, with thouvisit to relatives. Mr. Renner, quickly ae possible. You are For Indigestion. .Nervous near Quail, and bounded as folsands of testimonials, have established P rostra tion, Rheumatism, it as the home remedy EverReady-to-Takwho is a brother of A. Renner not experimenting when you use lows: Hemorrhoid e. Free treat Its record of success Beginning at a black oak corner has been in, the West for a this remedy, as it has been in holds a promise for you. mentior 60 days. WHOLESALE number of years; Mrs. Renner use for many years and has an of J. C. Plnmer aud M. J. Craig, THE PERUNA COMPANY COMMISSION MERCHANTS It con-taiCOLUMBUS. OHIO was Mrs. Kittv Smith before established reputation. in P. Q. Griffin's line; thence an C.. no opium or other narcotic. easterly direction, running with You can obtain Peruna in tablet form 44 Walnut St., Cincinnati, O. F0R FLETCHEP: ' her marriage to ;Mr. Renner for convenience. ' Obtainable everywhere. ago. the county road, to a ford of ayeir . - Mrs Faynj died last MT. VERNON SIGNAL ThursdayJake an illness of only after 79 79 Nich-olasvill- e. ? JUU !8WiJ nt CAPS them Youngsters We color shape Young Boys 25c to $1.50 o 1 g 1 " RENT PART Paul ALL tin-date- 1 N w - 8 8 Second 6 Tar-Hone- y. ac-accou- Tar-Ho.je- y NOTICE. Cnil&ren Cry ASTORI A u '.' H2I2XEZ2CI Bothered hy Catarrh, Bronchitis, Asthma, Head or Chest Colds? "Vap-O-Ru- "Vap-O-Rub- " Euca-lypto- l, What Does Catarrh Mean? 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Eight preachers of na tional reputation will give the eighty Sunday morning sermons, and tber are many other religious exercises. Out and Hear Him The Chautauqua Summer Schools offer something over 200 courses "In their catalog, Just Issued, and list over a hundred Instructors, many of them Subjects In World Crisis. prominently connected with great unl versities during the college mouths. With- Its altitude of 1,400 feet. Its I Chautauqua Institution, the pioneer twenty mile lake and the climate for In summer assemblies, summer schools which the region ii famous, there has and home reading courses, maintains always been at Chautauqua the greatrecreIts leadership In popular education by est variety of outdoor sports and ations. The list now Includes golf, moa rare combination of Intellectual train- toring, tennis, roque, bowling, gyming, stimulating platform events and nastics, track athletics, sailing, rowhealthful recreation. Its public pro- ing and fishing. Somewhat amusing v gram again offers at a time of world to note, the prospectus for the year. crisis Impartial discussion of vital sub- just issued, indicates the pitching of J jects by authoritative leaders of pub- horseshoes as one of the pastimes that arouse most enthusiasm staong sublic opinion. More significant even than the In-- - stantial business men and dignified, members of the professions. It is only dividual addresses by notable men are a step back to boyhood after all. Unthe series of one week each on cur- der almost ideal conditions for health, rent political, ocial, economic and convenience and enjoyment; at a p'lac problems. Topics for such like Chautauqua every member of .the. are the defense of the nation, family finds a satisfying home for the the Americanization of our foreign In- lummer. habitants, the church in Its task of reDISPONDENOY. making awar cursed world, the eleva- , tion of American business to a proWhen you feel discouraged fession, with professional breadth of and despondent do not give up training and professional loftiness of bnt take a dose of Chamberlain's ethics; the messages of art and antiquity to modern practical life and Tablets and you are almost cer taxation in the light of wisdom and tain to feel all right within a justice. Each of the eight weeks from June 29 to Aug. 27 is devoted to some day or two. Despondency N very often due to tadjgestioiLaRd one major interest, that of Aug. , being music, with the well known Rus- bilinusness, for which these ARCHITECTS SKETCH OFSUMJKJRSfcHQpLS BUILDINGS OF- - CHA.UAt)QUA INSUTUTIONCHAUTACI-QUAsian Symphony Orchestra engaged to N. Yn AS THEY WILL APPEAR WHEN COMPLETED. ABOUT HALF OF THE GROUP WILL BE tablets 'are especially valuable supplement the regular musical USED-It- ; 191f BY THE 3,000 STUDENTS OF THE SUMMER SCHOOLS AT CHAUTAUQUA. of tfte InstituiJaiL. 3?he njuneg Obt.una.bJe. everywhere. us dls-cussl- JONAS MCKENZIE, Democratic Campaign Chairman FOR SLOANfS LlNiMENT ACHES NEURALGIA Henry Ford's Vote ' 7--12 .' j.' i i ri Another Republican This dull tbr.ob of nearalgfi is quickly relieved by. Sloan's Liniment, the universal remedy WrtL BE CAST FOB WILSON for pain. JEasy to apply: it quickly, penetirates without anfLsf othes the sore mas Henr F.rd t div n..mnc-cles. CleanetJind more prompt that he would vote for Wowdrow Iy-- effective than.. mussV piasters Wilson for President 'Tin for or ointmentsdose not stafn the Wilson" said Ford, "because he kin or clogtthe. pote . For stiff is onto the interest's the 'unmuscles,,, chronic . rheumatism, seen hand' that' sek to control gouvlumbagov iprains and dtraihs Govemmontattd is hording, them it quickly gives relief. Sloan's off is proven bv his refusal tV Liniment reduces the pain-atirush into war1 vith. Mexico "sacinflamation in insect bites braises, rificing the lives of t ouard- - o bumps and other minor injuries .young American- - o save rhr to children Get a bottle dollars that Wall street invested. at your Druggist, 25c. in Mczko on a gamble. -- rub-brn- g d -- d to-da- y - .1