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Octo- , Potorf.i her 11th.i bv iho Rev. A of the Methodist .church. This wedding was kept a secret for several days. These- - ate splendid .young ptvjjs-and have many frjends here and elsewhere. They a,re huu!keepingin the residence purchased by Mr. Martin, adjoin- irg tne .re .icte-'Cproperty hi ins m tht-r- . Mrs'R S Martin. The ier of Uic brd-- J V. Proctor, ana M is Minnie His?v wtjre uiaf-rieat the residence oi Judge and Mrs. A. J. Haggar'u, Satuiday night, the Rev. Potorf officiating. - .' 2-U V ., 'T -- - t v- '':;.:".. ' : -' - . ,- 'IBs-- --t- um Established M,ui'i mlii I ?r 1887 NUMBER 5 VOLUME XXX tv COUNTY. KY . FRIDAY. .VWrrU WSAl t t 1910 r s:3pce3po23cq M . from Mt Vernon. Mr Powers was- accomoa"id bv Mrs. Power x ., ., . JT v.. v.,j.,.vava, & Judge ton. 1- -- K. H il Williams, of spea c Coving- - u4"swl I J i nigh' of this R. . ,i iwHyUiilSlJH pis V--J ha. i m an'.l Dick Albright left for Irvine'- - oil fields Thursday Dr. ami lrs. W.P.Car morii't'g ter Were in Louiswlle. Thursday. wtk hre Thursdev 0. B. Frith, C. f GEO.S.GRIFFIN &, THE "QUALITY STORE" VV k ft H -- SON irasliMoim JHlSnatts hU m ft , d i Wnr i x &rl&-- K . v Miss Dnllie 0,vers, daughter oi Mr and Mrs. J W. Owens, and Ed Payne, son of Mr. and Mrs A. L. Payue, were married Saturday at the residence of the Rev. A J. News from Coat viHe and Suitdom T Ktr) 1 models; WE FALL BISCHOF LINE contains much that will interest ,you. It includes 'much' that will 'fascinate you. Models of chic grace and piquant charm ! Coats cut on newest lines and constructed of novel cloth and pile fabric materials. Suits breathing the latest zephyrs of Fashion's desire in Poplin? Velour, Whip- cord, patrician Broadcloth and all the textile what-not- s of the season's vogue. You must just must inspect these wonder-somewhere among them is the one onliest suit or coat that you have been dreaming of. The CLOTHCRAFT Store Ml. Vernon, Ky. Sutton & McBee Prince Albert gives smokers such delight, because its flavor is so different and so. delightfully good; it can't bite your tongue; OUR OFFICERS : ret wih us. Plea-- e dnotques IT. G. BAKER Presdt. F. L. THOMPSOxlCashier. t'.on. W R Ward, who his held J. P. E. DUMMOND. V. P. FLOYD MILLER Asst. Cash. it can't parch your throat; the position as night clerk at thf you can smoke it as long and and will take a -- ALL THE DEPARTMENTS OF A BANKING INSTITUTION depot has as hard as you like without any position as car repairer at Hazard comeback but real tobacco hapKv. Eb Herd is night cierkin piness ! Ward's pHce Mrs" B H Griffin, ' rxr 1ahn-h- i On the reverse side of every Prince ? li'ipihs Inr p profit, of of Coviin;;.u, has re uruod home sgggzsx package you will read : Albert ffOOO'. This isnd is looted in af-ea few das visit with rela " PROCESS PATENTED umcoln county, near Greell Briar lives here Mrs. Stephen Carson JULY 30tm, 1907" , cprinsi---Mr. ilopkihs wi'l move and Mrs John of Jellico1 That means to you a lot of tobacco enjoyment. Prince Albert has always been 'lisfamilj' there a somas he can Teun , visited Relatives liero'iat AND SCHOOL SUPPLIES sold without coupons or premiums. We g-- t Mr. and Mrs. ier part of Ia-- t week. Mrs G"r possession. prefer to give quality 1 KE2 mw mm Arthur Owens, of Louisville, were gia McCiure was m Ml. Vernon ecent visitors of Mr and Mrs. J. Saturday and Sunday Ml and ARE WHAT CHILDREN" NEED .1 Owens here W P Riabypui- Mrs. L. H. Rice, of Winchester, THESE DAYS Copyrtrhtllll haed the P.J.Hall farm from A have returned home after n few by K. J. Reynold Tobacco Co. f Bailey this vveek, and 'will so m days visit with relatives here IS legin the erectl in of a residence Mrs. G V. Calloway, after a week-vis- it the national joy smoke AND WE ARE ALWAYS GLAD n it. with a view of moving to it with relatives at lierea, has howdy-dno TO SHOW YOU WHAT y'OU'LL find a cheerystranger you on tap the - Mrs Wilburn and little daugh- - returned home. Urban Chun much of a are in neck of the wooda you drop into. For, Prince WE HAVE in goodness and er, Miss Earl, and Misses Butcher ning, oi'London. is working third JUbert is right there at the first place you pass that sella tobacco I The toppy red nd Bibbin, of Corbin, attended triek here and JoKu Mulh'ns is Dal sella tor a nickel and the tidy red TOBCO,!lsbRffAfya in pipe satisfaction tin for a dime: then there's the hand SCHOOL BOOKS ARE SOLD .FORSMOKERSyflDERTHE some pound and tin working third at Berea. Mrs W. hiirch here Sunday evening is all we or its enthusihumidors and the pound STRICTLY FOR CASH TO ALL PROCESS DISCOVERED,! cryatal-tla s humidor with 4r and Mrs Robert Owens, of E. Gvay and little daugh en. Cecil IAKING EXPERIMENTS ID top astic friends ever claimed jalem, Ind , were with guests.. of Fae, spent a few days with Jrela that keeps the to bacco in auch for it! bang-utrim lr. and Mrs J. M yOvons during tives at Fariston. Kv., last(week. all-tH yi)1DB.Urf, tCIG tuna I the week. Mrs A M.Hiatt and j. E Woodall. the hbstling answers every smoke "desire you Miss Oma Brown were in. L'mis- - salesman, .of London, was here WCESSifcAT or any other man ever had! It is so vme auring tne week. I Misses Tuesday with our merchants. CHAS. U. DAViS. Proprietor 'Phono 87 " cool and fragrant and appealing to your utb Mulhns. Verna Welch and Two weeks from today will bring yyyT-srr- lyde. Watson, Rev'.Jack Luns the long looked for day, the 7th of smbkeappetite that you will get chummy with 'ford and Logan Bryant were down November, or the election day, it in a mighty short time ! from Mt Vernon, Tuesday even the dayVwhichViwitl ,decide who ng toattend church W" aarmMtam0 Mrs W A- - will rule the goverume'fit Ifor the ff '1 This la tie tererse side of tfc Will you invest 5c or 10c to prove out oursay-ri Davis. Counts Sciio Superin-tondaPrince Albert tidy red tin. , Read next four ears. Of course, everyso on the national joy smoke? tisi "Pataated Proem" n was the guest of Mrs. one thinks his man will win. and and realize what it means m making Prince Albert ae Bettie Hall Saturday, while with us, we haye told you jail that to your likiac R. J. REYNOLDS TOBACCO CO., Winston-SaleN. C. the teachers meeting -- Wilson will win, arid it is to all The Brodbead Dramatic Club will men's advantage that he should Our line of Couch Caskets J$ Lodge of Kentucky Masons at Elmer b.ing are here from Pen. give a play at the. Graded School win, we mean an men uaut wuin. Rj is unexcelld Louisville last week, leaving there nington Gap, Va:, where the builuiug on Thanksgiving night for wages, and all who wish- - to Hand-mad- e Coffins furnishec W for the b'eneSt ,bf the Baptist see four more ve.irs ot peace, S. Shivel, Master of Brod-,- during the week lor Nebraska, have been for several months. Riddle, President of Rock church. TbeSjfe' Aid Society plenty, pleasure and prosperity, Hearse senl to all parts oi jil head Lodge No. 566. F&A.M where he will visit relatives for was a delegate to the Grand Lodge several weeks. Mrs.L.M. Brown, castle Milling Co., of this place of the OhristiiflrfpWfarch will meet should go to the poles early and tne county. ot Kentucky Masons at Louisville, who has been with her parents, was In Mt. Vernon Wednasday next Wednesday afttrnoon at the stay late working for Wilson, the $f All orders by Wire las week, and W.-H- Anderson was Mr.and Mrs J . Q. Frith here for -- There has been so many wed reideuce of- - Mrs.J.RI'Cass. The greatest president since weeks, left Saturday for dings here lately' that we art Hon.daleb Powers, Judge B.J.Be ton. Put him back in the White a delegate to the Grand Chapter. several Jr J. Painter, who is opeiator at Morristown Teun where she will forced to report them in a rather thuium and MaiorJackson Mor- - House and we will guarantee that HerTp, moved his family to 'Stan Tisit her brother, DrG M. Frith, wholesale way, as follows: JVEts Js.spoUeattheBankJflaH, Wed Jp?ace, and not war, will reign M V. VERNOIf, KY. Phone 94-- S a few days ago. T W Moore before returning to her home in Mary Proctor and LJrwiu Martin nesday niht, to a large audience. Prof. Webb and John Lear, Tues ford " anT&iSyJJf- l- yi" ," " Continued on last page. attended the meeting of the Grand Memphis. Clarence Roberts and were married at the home of the A number attended the speaking re-igr.ed Pike, thc. officiating miniiter. Congratulations are extended to the Newh Weds. The revival services at the Christian church closed Tuesday evening, resulting in five additions to the church. The tea hers of this district met Saturday at the Graded School building litre, but we failed to get the names of the out-o- f town visitors or the result of the meeting Vhs.H H. Hutcheson, of Middles-boro- , is with her sister. Mrs.W E. Gravely, for a few we'elcs. Mrs. Belle .Henderson, of..Paint Lick, is with.her.daughter;.iMrsE. B. Newland, this week. W. A. Carson and son, Givens, are painting for J. Thos. Cherry, at Crab Dr. R. H. Orchard this week. Lewis was here Sunday with Dr. W.F.Carter. C. T. Sigrnan, while riding a young mule, in some wav caught his arm in. his saddle, breaking it near the wrist. W.P Rigsby was here Friday from his bomein Garrard county. Mr and Mrs Walter Robins, of Detroit, arrived here Monday morning and ire with relatives. Mrl Robins was forced- to .give up a position 1:0 ?. cotftlusto of the street railway on account of the condition of his health. They will likely not return to Detroit. Sam Vlaharg sold a four-acr- e tract of and to 1. B. Chestnut a few days ao for $400 00. This land is icross the country road from farm and adjoins the of Mr. Chesuut's father and trm s very valuable, as the price paid ndic-ates- . John Altrecl "Proctor, vho recently sold Jiis farm and tore at Quail, and "left with in a. Ford for. Colorado, has ;'e urned to old Kentucky and is now located m Crab Orchard The "ord made the tii alright but rode a train uios-- t of the wa on Mr J.M Owe.is ie return trip nd daghter. Mi Margie leave-i- r i Cincinnati today to visit her K L.Harris sold on, Ed Ow.-n- s farm of 85 aces, recently pur lui'-efxMui Dtbn.r. Dai. to 's FOR LINz.MENT SLOAN'S ACHES NEURALGIA This dull throb of neuralgia is Sloan's relieved by quickly Liniment, the universal remedy for pain Easy to apply: it qnicklv penetrates without rubbing and S( oMies the sore mus cles. Cleaner and more promptly effective than mussy plasters or ointments: dose not stain the skin or clog the poic. For stiff rheumatism, muscles, chronic gout, lumbago, sprains and strains it quickly gives relief. Sloan's Liniment reduces the pain and inflamatiori in insect bites bruises, bumps and oilv-- minor injuries to cHHron. CJ.m a lu ttle y at your Druggist, i'5c. to-da- Y7IJOT?C 1 yc&yotfxtt LIVINGSTON Sheriff Cam Mullins, Judge G. M. Brllard, Dr. Walker Owens and Editor Edgar S Albright, of xMt Vernon, were here between trains Saturday, en route to Wildie, .to attend the funeral of Mr. Tom Stewart, who was buried at that place Saturday with Masonic honors. Little Miss Cora Mae Thompson, of Mt Vernon, has returned home after a few days visit with relatives at this place. Alex Wells, c f Cincinnati, after a few days visit with relatives here, has returned home. He once was a native of this county and this was his first visit in hve years the day that Roosevelt, was to speak in Mt. Vernon, a cer tun old gentleman started io Mt. Vernon in company with two other men and they decided to walk after they had goner part of the" way. The two men began taking some tea (whisky) and thev drank. freely uutil the old gentleman decided that they could not make the trip, so he concluded to take them home and started. The rain began to decend in torrents and darknessset in and the all got lost and had to stav out until da light and the run not cease all night, but tliey did Now as to wh not he r Teddy will always rem 'in a sec this wis C. C. WiLLrAMs, n d-c $XX&zb& BOOSTING And Pulling Together . makes Our Town grow & while the "Hand of ' is always pointing to Big Values. u quality Every lime(tke second hand of the clock ticks k off a minute something good goes over our counter. GOOD, yes, so good that it makes every customer a. repeater. Make our btore a Schoolroom for studying Values and a place to get posted on good things. We are wholesale and retail dealers in Flonr, Meal, Meat. Shipstntr, Hay, Corn, Straws Per- tilizer, American Wire Fence, Furniture, Stoves and Ranges, and all kinds of Farming Tools. Our doors are open come often look around but don't feel that you have to buy, iJiJi . Wl MAWPV n TAT.'K'fS ik , xa ITIWI 1J J. " FJfoffr Atty. ge;o. s. griffin & son Livingston Kentucky TC&3CSX& DON'T FORGET THE PLAGE. You'Re member When you wera a little fellow at school remember how proud and independent you felt the few times you knew your leseven loved your tcachet 'i son -- Do 'T was pretty hard to stop playing to study but it didn't take long, and you were hapoier all day. Thiugs haven't changed much. You are still in school -- but ARE YOU studying the lessons of your business life? The probloms are pretty hard the hours are long, but most teachers are patient and really want to help you. LEARN the lesson of SAVING its the A B C of BUSINESS and X Y Z of HAPPINESS. THE PEOPLES BANK :d r . Cr-ilin- CHOOL BOOKS COMPLETE Fringe Albert o half-poun- VH OUR STOCK I d a apon&e-moisten- p hi It lffiffl Pioneer Drug Store i 'L,'"Z"?'?r??!?ilr"SWTSgT 1 nt maaaasa-to-yo- i ng m, UNDERTAKES PromptlFilled BRODH'EAD . C ! ! W. A. COX, ( "T""1 Tk mj 4 ? . s . ' MT.VERNON SIGNAL Friday, Octr. 27, 19 r6 v" ' ' w' ' '' I." MS " ifl TT i - nVniw ihViim - " ,f 1' linn rnt'i i pttUIUHSLU. fcUAb "t ai UMUm .Srti!fJ.blt in our action at .the Jl polls. 1 Itet us lay aside party prejudice, forget every thing that would Publishtd every Friday by party passion and looking EDGAR S. ALBRIGHT. only for the good of the whole country and the welfare f the $1.0 great masses of the people, UBSCRIPTION ONB YKA.R thinking of the pea:e we have Advertising rates maut known on the work of the ful.ire to main tain that peace, and seriously con application stder the question,-i- s it right and Wcodrow and meet to re-elp- ct Worth Careful Thought . Do you read the label to know whether your baking powder is made 'from cream of tartar or, an. the other hand, from, alum or phosphate? Royal Baking Powder is' made from s, and cream of tartar, derived adds to the food only wholesome qualities. fromx-grape- mimwiMi if iiViMiiiiwi MJTMifmnjiBe Louisville will open wide h.ri gates to the hosts of Baptist, who will assemble her "Nov. 14th. The Churches ol Louisr'; ville are providing homes for one thousand messengers. The 'Vailroads grant greatly reduced &mmiimmmmimdmmmmmi L.v-- x -- . Children Cry for Fletcher's rates. The Louisville Publicity League will extend fcvety courtesy to the guests. Automobiles will convey them from the depot to their The Kind " Have Always Booght, and which has been homes Has in use lor over iSO yearsnas Dornetne signature oc j The General Association will ana been made under his per-r70'- !7 the called to order in Walnut snal supervision since its infancy. (G6CcAc-1- . Allow no one to deceive yon in this. Street Church at 4 P. M Tuts are but All Counterfeits, Imitations and " Just-as-gooday, Nov. 14th Officers will Experiments that trifle with and endanger the health of be elected and Dr. VV. D. Powell Infants and Children Experience against Experiment Cor. Sec'y.. will read his report. At night the reports of schools, Castoria is a harmless substitute for Castor Oil, Parej goric, Drops and Soothing1 Syrups. It is pleasant. It and colleges will be read. contains neither Opium, Morphine nor other Narcotic At 8:30 the annual sermon will substance. Its age is its guarantee. It destroys "Worms be preached by Rev. W. M. and allays Feverishne&s. Por more than thirty years it lias been in constant use for the relief of Constipation, Stallins. Flatulency, "Wind Colic, all Teething' Troubles and Wednesday, noon, The PubDiarrhoea. It regulates the Stomach and Bowels, licity League will serve a light assimilates the Food, giving1 healthy and natural sleep. The Children's Panacea The Mother's Friend, luncheon. A beautiful badge will le' ALWAYS given to each delegate Thuis-da- y GENUINE Mission night will be State Bears the Signature of night, and a great number of mountain preachers will speak. This will be one of the most thrilling hours of the Association. We cordially invite each of the in the 18G0 Baptist Churches state to send one or more messengers to this memorable meetTh Kind You Have Always Bought see I1W VOWK CITV. them to ing. We want THI CINTAUR COMPA greater Louisville. On Thursday afternoon the meeting will adjourn tor those attending the Association, to be given an automobile ride over m iMo-o-o- oo-o- City. An enthusiastic welthe come awaits those who come Ten years ago the Baptists of Kentucky gave $84,000. To all purposes this yenr they will give $196,000. d" I MRMBKR OF KW NTDCKY PRESS A SSOCI ATION Wilson? , LABOR'S APPEAL. The letter signed by Samuel Comper ?. James O'Connel, and Frank Morrison, and addressed to the laboring men of America, is one of the mint significant documents of the campaign. It is not an appeal solely nor chiefly in behalf of laboring men; it is an appeal to all men to act in the coming election as to pro mote the interest of all men; o to aci as to ostanlish peace prr maiit'iiily in America and s ui;iW possible lhor.e lotivil es on which re-.- l employment fu: labor ami reasonable returns foi capital. It praises the President, "who without war has secured all the benefits that protection and would have accrued from a sue ' cessful war." That is the response that the intelligence of America makes to the inflamed partisanship acd turbulent fanaticism of Hughes and Roosevelt. In another paragraph the officers of the Federation of La bor portray the Mexican situation For mote than three years he( has been at the head of this great nation. In that period of time he has faced one serious crisis after anothar. He has handled every problem wisely and courageously, with a fixed purpose to serve the people as a whole. Peace we have and peace we will conin"e to have with vVilson as onr Pres ident. The country was never more uiosperous and we have the strength that comes with honor and integrity of purpose Woodrow Wilson won victoiies by diplomacy that are far more important to mankind tba.i an victory that could have been won by war. My fellow countrymen, I be of you to stop and think seriously J of what war means. Think of the graves it would dig, of tht widows it would leave, of the little children it would orphan, of the maimed and crippled re turning peuniiess, of the tears and sorrow it would bring, ol the property it would destroy, of the homes it would desolate ot the billions of dollars it would have we escaped cost. Why such a horrible condition? Only because Woodrow Wilson was President. H has striven day and night to keep us in peace and Jp do so with honor. He has been successful. The Ameri can people have tried him and at no time has he been found wanting. Isn't that the kind ot man you want for President? U he not justly entitled to vour vote by reason of his wise giving administration? peace a-- d Other Daking powders contain alum or phosphate, both of mineral origin, and used as substitutes for cream of tartar because of their cheapness. Never sacrifice quality for low price. nd healthful-nes- s What is CASTORIA ROYAL BAKING POWDER CO. New York The Fifth Sunday Meeting of the Rockcastle Association WILL BE HELD AT CASTORIA UNION RIDGE NEAR BRODHEAD Cb&ffi&ctM. In Use For Over 30 Years Beginning on Saturday, Oct 28th 10 o clock a m. Bro. C. C. Devotional. Sermon. Subject, Bap-is- t Metcalf. Debt to the World." B. A.J. Pike mm DINNER. i.oo p.m. 2:00 p.m. 3:00 p.m. H. Hillard J. W. Hilton "The Importance of Trained S. S. Teachers,"' Bros. H. L. Ponder.Lewis and H. E. Jones. "Safeguarding Our Baptist Doctrines by Having Trained Teachers," Ed Albright and Will Sowders. a NIGHT. " Why Bave Training Class," mum 1 sayiag: CONSTIPATION DULLS YOUR BRAIN "The interests that have been seeking to plunge our country into war not only with European countries, but also with Mexico, are the interests that are represented by the most selfish and . A" Clean, Strong and Safe The standing ol 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 ' Dave Jackson, of Louisville Defense of the Bible," Brother Jackson is one of the happiest men on earth. Don't fail to hear his defense of the Bible. 10 1. 2. Sunday, a.m. most conscienceless element cf Wall Street." In this contest the interests of labor and the interests of a representative democracy are one throughout. Organized Capital ism is today a menace to the Republic It has sought in vain to intimidate Congress, then the President; now it is seeking to intimidate the public, and is massing its mercenaries behind Hughes. Let all friends of free government rejoice above all things that in America we have the secret ballot, the great pro tection ot the man who is told his place depends on the way he votes. The views expressed by this labor circular are broader, more comprehensive and more patriotic than any utterance from the Hughes camp These gentlemen utter this warning. Think, neighbors, think. Living in Covington, I am just across the river trom the great st-t- e of Ohio. 1 am familiar with its trend of thought in the Presidential race. I bring you a message that is true as holy writ. The men in the factories, those in the shops, the farmers and laborers in that great Republican state are for Woodrow Wilson. The farmers of Indiana and the 'miners of irrespective o' West Virginia, 'politics, proclaim him the real friend of the laboiing people. The West is on fire for him because of the many wise laws he has enacted especially beneficial to the farmers throughout 1 Brother Gooch Night Sermon. Subject, "World's Debt to the Baptist," F. M. Jones Query Box and General Discussion. J3ach church is requested to send messenger and $1.00. H. Hillard and Ed Albright Sunday Enening, 2 p.m- .- Our "Budget. A. J. Pike 1. "Its Cleaning," B. H. Hillard 2. "Its Advantages," 3. "The Pastor, s Duty Toward the Budget. " B. work," '"freed of cooperation," 3.- - -- "Lack of Pastor's Interest," "It's The Executive board. J. W. Hilton E. B Thornton That dull listless, oppressed feeling is due to impurities in ged intestines. Dr. King's New uine Pills give prompt relief. A mild, easy, non griping bowl 'novement will tone up your sys em add help to clear your muddy Get a bottlt Dimply complexion of Dr. King s New Lite's Pills to day at your Druggist, 25c A to-nig- ht recommendations. "There is. no doubt that the interest of Wall street and their satellites all over the country are active and will continue their ac tivity to retain the special priv-lege- s and power that they h'ave secretively and corruptly stolen from the people. 'While property must be protected and respected, man men, women and children, human be ings must have the first consideration." Lei every man take it to heart and devote the next tvo weeks to protection of the Republic: -- Evening Post. the country. But what of Rockcastle, that is so near and dear to my heart With our faamers getting a dol lar and fifty cents a bushel for wheat, ten cents a pound for hogs and prices in proportion for every other farm product, we can truly boast of prosperity With plenty at hand, peace to be maintained, but with grave international questions confronting us, we .should be patriotic enough to give Mr. Wilson the ! Judge R. G. Williams Speaks atWildie ...- . . ..- - He made a strong argument yesterday, in behalr of Woodrow Wilson to a much interested crowd of Kockcastle voters. After discussing the necessity and wisdom of enacting the new Currency law, the Income Tax measure, tne'Ruraf Credit bill, the Farmers Loan act, Parcel Post, arid Child Labor law, he said in part: "My love for my native country and the deep seated interest in the future welfare and happiness of her people, prompted me to .come here today. From early snanhool I have striven to stand for and advocate these thngs which encourage and best serv our home people. The most important election in the history of :his gre t country is now upon us. A great and duty rests upon every credit due him. Let us show our appreciation of his splendid work in protcting our lives and property by going to the polls on the 7th day of November and voting for his We know exactly what to expect trom him. It is not wise nor fair to change to an inexperienced and untried man,in such critical times, just to satisfy the office seekers and calamity howlers. Which shall it be, the tried or the untried? Mr Voter it is for you to say, and God Help you to deside wisely. " Judge Williams also spoke to a large audience at Brodhead last night. n. HEAD OF THAT COUGH At the first sign ot sore throat, tight chest or stuffed up head take a dose of Dr. Bell's Pine The healing soothing honey and glycer ine quickly relieve the ronges- tion loosen the phlegm and break up your cold. Dr. Bell's y Pine has. all the ben efits of the heading aroma from a pine forest, it is pleasant to take and antiseptic. The formula on the bottle tell why it relieves coughs and colds. At your Drug-$okm- n ALL-WINTE- R Tar-Honey. Tar-Hone- gist, 25c. SaiSgarffegBsgss tendent of the American ChrisPUBLIC SALE tian Missionary Society; H. W Having decided to go west I Carpenter, Chancellor of Transwill on Nov. 2 1916, at 10 am., ylvania University, Lexington; near Gum Sulphur. Ky., on the O. , 4Vn T2rrA fr ioIa fi Ttl.tt. A. McLean of - Cincinnati, P r ri4 L'..aivh UUC 1'UIClgU VJUII3- '"UCIIU Ul ic auction, the following described ttian Missionary Society; H. W property: 1 good work horse, 8 lMlit-u vf Ct.1nl.iin .l.-kjuiuuui vvuui ....It win ui j ,01 11 years om 1 goon worn nurse, u' iimiui present the Kentucky Rural years old; one yearling Perchinljl ; C D. Bohannon hlley; 1 yearhug Percbin gelding; ' Church; Prof. . I yearling pony; 1 milch cow, 7 ui uic oiaic uuiveraiby, uexng ton; a?id other leaders promi years old; 3 nice heifers; 2 male nent in rural work. INVENTOR ISFORwiLSON. calves; 7 head of sheep; 2 fat hogs; The Fox Creek people a ssisted New York, October 10. E. I sow and 6 shoats; about 50 bar- by others in Anderson county Gybbon Acheson, inventor, who, rels of corn in crib; about 200 will give free entertainment in shocks of fodder: 4 stacks of hay ! in his own realm, probably ranks their homes for the full live second to Thomas A. Edison, to1 rubber tire buggy and harness; days to one hundred delegates e me-ol- d buggy and harness; 1 day announced his' departure They are enthusiastically pre wagon and harness; 1 good from the ranks of Republicanism paring for this great occasion corn drill; r harrow; to join the forces of President and given assurance that a warm 1 1 cultivator; vVilson. two horse turning Dr. Acheron is a memwelcome awaits all who will plow; household and kitchen furof a family which has voted ber come. AH those coming to niture. the Republican ticket since the Lawrenceburg by rail will be origin of the party. Terms: $10 and under cash; met at the station and taken di over $10 six months credit with recti v to Fox Creek by a com note and approved security. mittee that will give free transSunday meeting The Fifth Sio Leece, portation. Already reservation-fo- r will be held at Union Ridge in Gum Sulphur, Ky. entertainment have been this month. Well we have had made by a number for the full .uch a beautiful fall, but for the The Third Annual Rural frve days, and the prospect for last few days we have been hav Church Institute under the aus- a large atten Jance is very go d ing some very rough weather. pices of the Kentucky Christian lhe school at this place is proBible School Association will be ORDER 1T0 CALL ELECTION gressing very nicely with Omer ON STOCK LAW. held at the Fox Creek Church, Chesnut as teacher. The phild-re- n Whereas, a petition was on the Anderson County, near Law and the patrons of the disrenceburg, Oct. 2327, 19i6 4th day of September. 1916, filed trict all like Mr. Chesnut fine Much attention has been given with the County Court Clerk of for a teacher. Rev. Oarmical is recently to th study of rural the Countv, signed by more holding- - a meeting at Macadonia.. life problems, and Institutes of than twenty legal voters of votThere is a good deal of sickthis sort are full of interest to ing precinct No. 13 (Wildie), ness in this part. Robert Sow-de- r a great many. Former Insti in Rookcastle county, asking the is building a new dwelling tutes were held at Providence submission of the question7, near his father's residence. in Jessamine County and North whether cattle or any species Rev. Carmical and Rev. ThornMiddletown in Bourbon County. thereof shall be permitted to run ton will begin a protracted" meetThe last named had over 600 in at large in said voting piecinct. It ing at Sinking Valley the first attendanc, half of whom were is now ordered by the court that a Wednesday in November. Movpoll be opened in said voting preout of town delegates. ing seems to be the order of the cinct at the next general election A strong program has been day in this part. prepared for the Fox Creek In- to be held in said precinct on the "DISPONDENCY. stitute. Mr. Oscar E. Kelley, 7th day of November, 1916, for When you feel discouraged of Torre Haute Indiania, a suc- the purpose of ascertaining the and despondent do not give up cessful Rural Church specialist will ot jtbe' voters of said voting bnt take a dose of Chamberlain's Td'lets and you are almost cer-and prominont lecturer, will be precinQjpypon said question. S.'f. Bowman. taiu to feel all right within a present to give ten lectures day or two Despondency is and to lead in the discussions C,lerk Rockcastle County Court. very often due to indigestion and on the rural church. Other O.v these bilinusness, for which FOR FLETCHER' ' speakers will be W. J. Clarke, tablets are especially valuable. Obtainable everywhere. of Cincinnati, Adult Superiu- 1 V-i , I ,r will make you cheerdose ful at breakfast FOR SALH One farm of I29 acres located one and one half miles f.om Pine Hill. Rockcastle Co. Kentucky One mile troin Dixie High Way 3 miles north of Livingston, 90 acre under fence 5o acres in cultivation and pasture. One good six room dwelling house. Bam and necessary out buildings, one 4 room tenant house, good wells at both places. Plentv of fruit, undera splendid vein of coal lying the whole farm, opened up and in good runniug condition There is good sale for the coal it both Pine Hill and Livingston some timber on the place. One mile to church, 1J4 miles to school. For further informa ion. call or address. Ky. E- - B. Cox Mt, Vernou YOUR BUSINESS SOLICITED, . The Bank of Mtt Vernon MT, VEKNON, KY. I OOO m is ktjooo ) mm ra W IB Ml You Need a Tonic There are times in every woman's life when she needs a tonic to help her over the hard places. When that time comes to you, you know what tonic to take Cardui, the woman's tonic. Cardui is composed of purely vegetable ingredients, which act gently, yet surely, on the weakened womanly organs, and helps build them back to strength and health. It has benefited thousands and thousands of weak, ailing women in its past half century of wonderful success, and it will do the same for you. You can't make a mistake in taking 1 two-hors- one-hors- e HO PEW ELL Miss Amelia Wilson, R. F. D. No. 4, Alma, Ark., ' says: "1 think Cardui is the greatest medicine on earth, for women. Before I began to take Cardui, 1 was so weak and nervous, and had such awful dizzy spells and a poor appetite. Now I feel as well and as strong as 1 ever did, and can eat most anything." Begin taking Cardui today. Sold by all dealers. The Woman's Tonic URDUI XXX J SI Has Helped Thousands. PURE & FRESH DRUGS Your Prescriptions filled by an experienced man. ' We want your business Don't forget to ask us about or S Kodaks Kodaks Children R.H. MILLER, Druggist Mt. Vernon, Ky. X "i.i Jphl Jj jiniJU: VsiTa'TiMorair'ftmi.rtiVflr"iirwi7irf'"iriniiirt WjWa4IBSMa&iQ&to LOttAl . jus3 MT. VERNON SIGNAL ""tar Brand shoes are sMd in ui m.t. Vsaifbir sjQis Z i?$&' '. -- yaoaa,T&5i3ft. Election tLL - ..,. a .. 79 up "No. 79"fwHoti'ryr: 3wann Hat'at PiSh's'., ' " ' to Coramunl- - 7 cate,wlthSl,ONAL Will's 'vickeuze - bought six Tearling- mules'in Lancaster Mon- w-no - fiay-vo- ..w.i.Ui day. DThe Basket hall M. tem of S. B. School London will play the High school team on local grounds Uovttc&Nis'HwrLLtP. R.Co. here tomorrow. T MUTABLE." Rev H. T. Young, pastor of .".. -- ''..:..!. 5.I0 p m the Christian Church at Ibis c. .... o:5u a o place, will preach' at Rose .Hill .rth 11:44 a w "... ...' s;ilh next Sunday afternoon at 2 12:13 a m o'clock. J1 South ...,,., .". Ta.s. Landrtjm, Agent. D M. Cress, the hustling young Phone No. 8. stock trader of the Level Gretn section, sold last week to John Vernon, Ky. Poo-lichnter.'d at tbe matter. . as Cress of Preaciiersvill , (338 ia Liua jijkju.uij wii. j,ccoc largest bunch ot geese e'er sold PERSONAL delivered ..at one time m Rock-Cob- tle ": n "w?asn RL County. here yestea'day: The Basket ball team of the Cashier F. L. Thompson Jr.; Graded school went up" to Loir was in Louisville yesterday. don Tuesday afternoon and play Mis Luther Muilins soent last ed the team of the Sue Beanett. week with her., husband in Bris-- Prom the score which stood 42 tnl, Tenn. ". to 10 it looks as if our boy s got lefr.L-tr.Sund.iOther Barper ui too-- ' fat companv. ;he has a for Cincinnati, .whvre .. n.-.rtn- '' -- - htcoiid-cinss-in'R- it il e CoitU-r;'ilie''ffole"l- 1 J "Vfc position. Mrs- - -'- Judge B J.Bethiirum.Capt.Jaclv-so- n Oscar Walleu and child ren have "turned to Mt Vemmi. for the winter. D. 0. Pullins made a business trip to Lancaster and .M.t. Vernon this week. W. A. McKinney spent a portion of last week with Mr. and Mrs. L. b. Doan. Mr.and..MrsHenry Mink, of the Brinrlle- Ridge section were in town Tuesday. Mrs. Luke Jones, of Middles-boro- , continues very sick, but slightly improve Dr. Louis Jones, who thought of locating in Mt. Vernon, will goto Stanford instead. , ,. Mrs Walter Miller-,- . '.who scalded about. a. week ago., is getting along very nicely. Mr. an 1 Mis. Rice HaVerly of Bedford. Ind. spent apportion of the week with relatives near town. Mr. I. W-- Vanwinkle js in Cin cinnati and Cleveland for a visit to children aud grandchildren? for a few days. Miss Lou Phillips of "Wildu har been the guest of her s:s-teMWSEdith Phillips of tbe - Morris and CougressmanCale Powers spoke here Wednesday and at Brodhead at night. Judge Denton of Somerset .nd H C Anderson spniie at Orlando the same iight. Good crowds greeted the speakers at each point. new road leading off from Boone Way near the Schaffer place has been opeued to connect at Hiatt. This will not only shorten the route hut puts the road on a good grade and eliminates the rocky hill leading off at. the Purcell hill as it now runs, A -- Our foreman WkonGjDatb; J. L. Kegley. a horse trader, in""chab'ng':- - the- - dafte on paper who' has-be- en read his calendar, wrong, and sinca Ausustf igi-s- was- arrested, Jr., changed the head ng.t,' read Noy.3 bv,J3heriff Mullins and .lailer Win 8 -. 1 t rt 53 instead ot ua. svhicuerror was. steaer Saturday, as anas C. .J.Ray ri t side had moud, who is wante'feNew Xork 9 not detected iiTi til been run. High co--- of paper will on a charge of grand larceny, for nob warrant the loss of :i single whom there is a $.1,.0QU reward. sheet, which .can .be avoided. . vejTh.e picture or Raymond resem- - fi regret such errors but they coi "e'bk'.s Kigley very nluCh anil : the jw with he best of us.- .At the too of desenpii 11 is perfect, eVrept thejy I1 the editorialcolumn and al the dimple in the chin, wh ch Ra top of 6rst crlnmn on ihe .ocal mond h id and Kigley does u t h page, the correct dates appear. haye. Kigley was held here until Wednesday awaiting"- the arrival The Amphitheater of the Mt. of an officer from Ne"W York, who Vernon Fair Association' burned did not show up and he was re I Wednesday about 2 o'clock One ieased. Kigley took the arrest; report says there had been Some very calmly and rnan. refkets his inner . taste by the character the manner in.. crap shooters in the building h which he conducted..;hinlself had 01 the Clothes he wears. during the fore noon and an much to I I Pj I do with establishing the 5 I I other report is that some boys belief that he was not the man. LJ p Ci J '4 were playing in the building. At Victor C. Beck, a former. druggist any rate, let it bi as it may the "IU in Mt. Vernon, but now post office building burned and Uieiv is no inspector, came here yesterday question but that it was set, either I morning to make furthoi,iive.sti I" intentionally or unintentionally. nrntinn ,oc tn f.Vi.. iflon hit nf Virr ,vw..., . .6 l U.. The building .was not. insured for jfj.t.W.. ' ley, who is known very little of rv5SSiAi, dUilKiilisasiSiiLftSS-?- 3tff?S2s?in5:KC3K?2-EjragEthe reason that insurance could around Brodhed, where he has "THE-- SAME PR,CE T0 EVERY PURCHASER." not be had from any reputable t..-- . .. lived for tbe past year.""During company For the benefit of his sojourn in thecmfriTjy-:h- e ,T"7-4f- ; has4 those who may want to know, the best you expect of a close Measure been a reputable, ,kwvr abiding we are authorized to say by the citizen. tell apleasing story about you to the world. companion and offi.ers of the Association, that After interviewing Mr. Kegley, the lossof ihe building will in no AU-X- ol, Inspector Beck wnf convinced fabrics, fine workmanship and the high grade linway effect the luture'of the Ars that he is not the man wanted. sociation. Next yuav will see a ings along with the latest styles and moderate prices are some larger and much better building The Election Officers of Rockof .the reasons why ., than the one just burned. The castle County are as tollows-t- he are worn by so ?3 heavy blow to iiamt of Mch Democrat is fol? loss is a prett Men and Boys in Rockcastle, and Men, the Asociutijn but of the two lowed wj.h "D", the name of hundred slock holders, there each Republican by the letter adjoining are enough who are sufficiently R"- - the address'" follows these interested to insure the erection initials. Gome in to-d- ay and. see new for fall and f a new Amphitheater in pleuty Precinct No. 1 East Mt. of time for 1917. ? - . .- - .. 11 the-firs- JI t - -- ARE THE OLDEST COMPANIONS YOU HAVE : 6- - - I J a feet, they are your second self,: because after afl In PIPB 10 15 Mil hi ill Itlll --v J 20 OVERCOATS H SUITS "and : - li i Ml I up to' they I I FISH'S SPECIALS counties what's many Young Veunon. winter wear. We are always glad to show you. Jr." who slibt and kifled Tom Lnnvjlle on the road near Scaffold Carie'two weeks ago had- - his. examining trial yester day 'i Only .ttye; evidence of th 'Commonwealth-wa- s heard, when the defendant' Ayas discharged, j Rube.Abney wat-badl- y by Judge Ballard, who tried the case. The road truck which Herbert Cox . has been driving in Bell county was burned up a few days ago; While w.orking around thei'-ca- f by of a lantern, the car.v took fire. Her bert will go to Louisville Sun day night where he will run a "Jituey" on Broadway. r" AcademypSpartment.' Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Beatty of Harvey James, who'tis". always Irvine have returned to their home 'on the 30b when there is" any after a visit with the , Hatcher brick, work ii Mt. Vernon, is here... family ai? Level Gteen. f 1 jvbrfting wiih- - Johnpy" Raxiisey rr Mr. md Mrs. jk';T. "Meadows, "'laying brick on' .theaddition 'to are rejoicing ov.er the. arrival of Judge L. W. Bethurum's office is compJetiJ a fine "9 pounH; girl'Sorrf Monday "aud :as'st5on will go' to work on Noe's brick and christenad, Elva Mae. Mr and '"Mrs.' Waiter Robins store builidng, at corner, of Main have returned from Detroit. Mr. and W7iiliams street. Robins was forced to give up his tJncle Johnny Mize who was position on Account of his health. 80 years and 4 months old Tues Mr. Berry, . freight cierk at day, walked into town seven & N. depot, jvho hasbeen miles Monday morning aud back the L. ill at his' liotpe home that tight, making fourteen to his work miles in all to hear Senator Beckable to return Mrs. Cleo Brown has been ver$T ham speak. Uncle Johnny came sick part of the week. Mis .into town walking as briskly as Ouie Silvers has been assisting one many years his Jurior. When in the post office during her ill- asked if he was very much fatigued his reoly 'No,'' and added ness. -- ". John Owens, D, .. Albert. Allen. D, Precinct No. G "Orlando. a barrel. ity of his;, purpose and., the HC. Owens, D,.' Dudley , ' Ky. fairness of his argument. He Geo. R. Reams D, Orlaudo', "Ky 'BAD,5.0LJ:).S FRQV1 LITTLE spoke" at London Tuesday and Ky. D.B. Langford, . . SNEKZES GRpvy"'".. atCoKb'n Tuesday nigj t." From Wilis' Jolxnsqn.J. ' i,: Kv. iifiluny CJds t.bat..;Jiaqg,,on Jill he're- he went" to "Western7 Keii- Livingston. winter Precinct rso. 'witli. a sneoc,. 'uclcv wivre he-- , will be. engaged . Murphy, R. Liviugstou.Ky. sniflh;, .jsu sor.e throsit, .a' light, until tbe election. Herbert Niceley,!:,: chest; .Yon know the symptoms " " of colds, and. you know proriipt Dick Moore, D, " fcOCK SOCIAL. " treatments will breaV- them up. The ' Willing Workers"- - of W. M. Owen's, Di No. 8 Walnut Precinct Dr. King's New Discovery, the Christian church made quite Grove. with its soothing antiseptic balsuccess of" their "Souk Social!' a sams, has been breaking up colds The little socks were made by James Chaney, f). Bloss, Ky. QCjSctSjefi JceSfsSpesi the ladies, and like the crat that Willis Bussel. D, Cedarville, Ky and healing coughs of ,ourg and j ior'47 years. Dr.' King's New Jacob made for his son Joseph John S. Niceley.R, Hansford, Ky old Discov'ory loosens the phlegm, '" . were of many colors. Bach little Milt Deaton, R. clears the head, sooths the irsock was sped on its way be I Precinct No. 9 Browns, ritated membrane- and makes tween the .folds of poem that H. C-- . Kirby, R, Level Green, Ky. breathing easier. At your drug'"' Ky " gist, 5oc. explained its mission. This poem Eugene Brown, R,' " doubtless inspired by some hour Logan Hasty, D. ;'" HOW CATARRH IS Mrs. Nannie Brannaman was 'I have come to hear Beckham of need, aided by some practical Chas. Herriu, D,' Quail, O.. Jsa. GONTRACTED and if I can just get through called to Winchester, Saturday on LINE-- -C- OMPLETE js-muse was very "touching" Mauy Precinct No. 10 North Brbd- sd Mothers are sometimes account of theillieSs, o. h r until Nov. 7rhj so I can cast a of these, little socks made long head.'" . Coffins, Gaskets and Robes S w, Charles"! vote for Woodrow Wilson 'I will t"he "daughter-in-laMrsr thou gli ties s as to neglect"1 trips: some westward to the Sam McHargue, D, Bodhead, Ky. e.. Man. ,he satisfied," Uncle Johnny has, "' Adams. " colds which their children""- con Pacific coast some northward to Pur Rigsby, D, Promptly Wis pbone orders f inflammation of the Mr. VV. J Sparks .is still con- been a life. long democrat. the Great Lakes some eastward Low Estridge, R' , " .. " tract. The Filled mucous membrane, fitvfirst acute-l, fined to his room: but better at L. T. Stewart, one of the most to the Atlantic coast, and some J. O. Howard, R, . , becomes chronic .catarrh, a- di ft v this time. He has. suffered con- substantial farmers of the East to he Southland. Some of the Precinct No.. 11 Johnetta. sease that is seldome cured and 1 3eSg3Ca33orfc siderably during, the past ten side of the county died la.t Fri- httle socks r.ever come back to W. A. Mullins. R-- , Johnetta, Kv. tliat may prove a lite r ourueu. days.f 7" as this ; Many persons who day at his horn J nsar Wildie. .the loving embrace of the old David Abney,.Rj-- . " " will remem,- , Taken IjP:0ne baror slag ho . Mts. Dalton, who has been. The deceased was about 55 years mother sock, but many made Sam Rose, D, " loathsome diseasefrequent colds ," , . weight about 3"0 lbs. is a sandy lier having had . sck for "several weeks at the Of age and leaves three children, these Jong trips and returned "to Geo. Childress. D, . ' ' ?t 11 I . icoior, wiin sman oiacK spots $ the time it wrts contracted. at hqme p,f her daughter. Mrs. one grown daughter and two gladden the hearts of the senders. C. C. No. 12 Pine Hit,l,. A little' forethought, a botile of Precinct bout his body. Has been on w Henry Bowman uear town is sons, his wife having preceded Others found a welcome in some attorn Cough Remedy Imy premises since early in Aug. V. P. Freeman, D, Pine Hill, Ky. Chamoerhiu's ft MT VEENON.K.Y. judiciously ,. improving, him to the grave several years. Mt. Vernon home aud were Wm. McHargue, D; 'I " " vmight have used and this trouble X OFFICE. On2rd.aoorof 0w:nel" can hav2 sarae bV- PIOV been avoided. Ob J, E. Rord, the:piano ;man was Rockoastle had 110 bigger heartP.' carried tenderly to the Masonic W. A.Cromer, R 0 ". property and paying for tainable everp where. here this week and delivered two man than Tom Stewart, which hall on the evening of the nine- B. G. Mullins. R?-- l '" Special atten- - V fee damages and cost of this adv. Church,St. SERVICES AT THE . . fact is evidenced by his many teenth. And every little sock pianos, one lo M rs. W. A. tion given collections. fc Oct. 7- - 3T. W. 1. Dooley Wildie, Precinct. No r ' CHRISTIAN CHURCH . Vernon and another acts of charity, to those around. had money in little money W. T. French,. R. Wildie, Ky. l ,.. ' 'PNONE 80 Mt.. i ?.:-- all money.. ''Sunday school 9 :45 to Miss 'Dora Mulhns, of With- him. who have been less fortun- some bigger money-b- ut ". J. C. Rimel, 'R;. v. "Preaching service ll'-a-. in. .. , "&acfc ers. ate than he in the accummula- - There were more money in socks VV. 'A ti. U"a, ', '. .. 7,, goods. than in. any other article in their 'Junior Endeavor dnd Mission FOR SALE: Team four years Samuel Alcorn, age 73 of King- tion of this world's Coffey, D,-- .u.v,. BETHURltfl R LBWI.S " splendid business man, loyal to. class handled iu Mt. Vernon' on Sanford ('Band 3 p. m. ATTORNEYS AT LAW ston, was operated on it the his friends, but old " mare mules, fifteen and one "No.- i4 'Red.Hill.. fetter against that evening. , But this was not Precinct D-" MT VERNON, RY. Senior Endeavor 6;30 Hospital last week, for weight 93O Robinson half hands high, Withers, Ky. never any all of, the "Sock Social" The Fred Mullins, nis enemies, tnere-wa- s Will practice in all the courts. service 7:30 . ' ulcers of the stomach He nas pounds each". "Splendid new har. Office in Bethurum Building. Louis Bond, D. ' ' --- rayer-meeting at 7 'o'clock on ness and good Wagon all goes ' been suffering with his stomach doubt in placing him. Besides ladies, entertained their guests in "' W. H. Morris, R"- children, he leaves one the Masonic hall rooms where each Wednesday evening. i''-for thirty years, but is now his three for $35o.o6 see owner. " sister, '"Sirs. H. H. Wood and they served delightful cream' "and Wilson Baker, R, u - " carefullyWe are making,' reco.vering,rapidIy.: Berea "Cit- iG. H. Roberts.. three brothers. A. W Stewart, of cake. The time spent socially Precinct No. To - planned and-- thorough study of. Ottawa Ky:-- . - " zenr .. BrojheXd. ,,., MadisQn county, W.'S Stewart, was profitable and' pleasant to all. "the Gospel'.qf. Luke.- and tinvite FOR-ABB:.;. AUTO farm on "X of Knpx- - county and Judge I. A. The parent Sock into which the S. E. Chandler, R, Brodliead, Ky4 all Vho ?are .interested .to .this, .. For SALE:-Sm'- all Vy r' "Dixi6" Highway and of 22 y DeLand Fla. The socks were dropped contained .a I. R. Storm, Rp: of 1916 Model SjVERLAND Stewaxt L.onover . "rhidweek service. .; vt l "Saturday at; very satisfactory sum And all W? B'.Sbwder, D, acres of " good corn for Sale all around aud in first burial took place A new tires The person '"' who turns down " Bargain if sold at once.. $450.00 gets i at the Branaman burying ground? :felt-ththe spck idea -- and" the Herman Frith"', 0 class condition. MT. VERNON, KY 7K old friends :'ih &hr 'effort ttrmake; , ,'G of which Social ideaVhadi:blended in such a if.fctfcear-aii .others, ' 13 rV, .Luau fincev: Write 3p see with Masonic honors, 7X .v. if if. J?cpn4 Rooms over Baker' tor Ul.iv w n. &J . ' '""tPiionfe'O-S- . order? he 'hM been anhoriored ,yay Hhat.leach made 1 the other. cO v.'nfc CnD.fCICTPHPR'C ... v..?4J3.,Vi ..m without ffttevp-lofrfi- l t0ffdon"tjp'"-'ait'-,- o 7 t:utx,it t--. toi-.u- wi Isoon ' k..i on tit. : "London, Ky, . , V 1VJCI. ..U.-- L. memDci iui uiuuy jeais. T- -' ;, 3 VV ... arienas. rA. S. tii '' '--i? .v.--. I auywuercr' t& Sr. M" -- Court would' not hold the crowd Monday to hear Senator J. C. W. Beckham speak. Chairs were carried in and every available spot was used, " and yet many who tried "to gain, entrance weiU. away, without even standing room Senator Beckham spoke for, two hours and ten;-- . minutes dealing with' the achievements, accom plished arid many go;-- laws pas?-pby the' present admrnistra tion under the leadership of thai matchless leader Woodrow Wil son. Senator Beckham is a strong and forceful speaker, makes no attempts at oratory, but deals with acts as he finds them, conceding to others the same rights he claims' for himself, which" eliminates frpm his speech abuse in any form, of those of the opposing parties. . Senator Beckham is yerv popular with Kockcastk-dempcratand manv republicans gave him a hearing Monday, who were impressed with the sincer CltOWD:-T- he -d Big room Ered Baker. R, Mt. Vernon. W.- H. Catmical, R, Mt. Vernon. - D. Robt. D. Mt. 'Vernon. D, Mt. Vernon. Precinct NO. 2 West Mt. . Vernon.. :' ' " C.Poy nter, Harmon, -s 'George Bray. Ky' "..'" Thos. Proctor, D, Mt. Vernon. Fred Hayes, R, Mt. JVernon. R. L. Langford, R, Mt. Vernon. Conway. Precinct No.3 W00V.R, Wiulte;Ky-Jas- . J. C. d. z 1. 1. 5?NStEeDiiiG.groiS MT. VERNON -- r KENTUCKY. R- - HaCes.R.' Ed Sexton, D, J. C. Bullep D, " " ". "'' "'.': , " barrel here today as a Cane. result ot the bullish condition of Svd Crouch'er,D, Disputanta, Ky. the wheat market mid reports of M. Linville, D, Rockford Ky. JV-.strong .foreign de.iriarid... O. M; PrfVne, R, Disputanta," Ky sold Fanav-- paints; which " " G V. Owens.R, ' Saturday 5tt'9.35, were quoted Crooked Precinct No. uuu.y ui .7a 00 lUdL jjiauc ui Creek. cents a , . Precinot No. 4 Scaffold Minneapolis, Minn.. Oct.3 tlour prices increased 20rto 5o Kaa!S"3iSKiI3sE3SCai THE STORE THAT SELL SFOR CASH XSSX?XZXK!7inmX2K-iTSnT&rtt1t- f jo? tT p2$3$p&fi -& S3. ..Al ir--u J IM Or. Tf.- ca ?a b mtu 4Pk IiC ts b ra -- WrZl "m 5 a m Mr T.S ., & i 5-- - -- -- s Sol Griffin, 'tC, Cdoksburg, " John R. Alcorni R, Ky. ilo.ur has .J.'.' incieased 65 cents a in one week First clears barrel sold-'f- ar 7 g0 today, an increase of- - 3o .ce:nts, while .secoud cjears "' ' soldjlt..$5v an iucrease ot 50 cents THS OLD RELIABLE y&pa&3j&08&c xsijfpcpyycc crxSptsx 3 q&z&za&pr. 3odxpc A swBffi ";s,vh a " rrt ir y "T-S3S 9 u ifeBi aai A ! . '''' rj Merchandise good line of General ai - 1 -- . G-W- . Farm Implements t . . . J3cCJ3S -- - UNDERTAKER Brodhead - f ..?''" - W. ey-at-- ta fMMrKi JpSJlH , 4l&te0M&&& - i a-"- 1 I . 'CC""i I I 3CPQC Vi. Williams . . - . it-so- me . . "J- - -- -- - -- - -p- - .. -- a-- . - 3333(: Dentist '" v .- - -- . -- -- ir. rl. at -- f 0&rl'dreii Cry -V-K . a. " virii---.m 7S?trj'T"Jr2!,."-.fcj.-Tr.-rw.a-.r- --- :--- ...yig , I , -- i, tc -- - 1 "aMiS-Jf3v-i-.- V -- .- -. - . . 3-33- c ? - .t.jL- rswciiTcvsj; f to riv a.- - . -- . . .. ;, .-v. .,,-- . i j4 f.,v f.u4ctf -- Tlfc "- n. 1 '' ..--5- .'J1 ,. is Jiif kiini imnwiii iioniiirrt.fciiir-rijrfr'irrrewTTir- e cMK3cttl--aojj,iyi'- 't i "J. if '..raJKOU&afe r was Head Stopped Up? Can't Breathe? Try theVick Vap - O-Rub Treatment iwiiienl taper treatment is .1 ood p'ica-Applied in Salve Form Over hrsatiiiouot iek's- "Van O Jtuli" !?1i'8uvl,i the tl roat and chest, covcicd w n a warm and Chest Relieves by Inhalation Raiuiri cloth. Tlio both u. ' releases vapors tliat art' inli:iiM will ev.-i- lireat'i, and Ab&oroiion, opening the air passages . jso'iing the Vapor tretiicntsarol fcr inflamtna phlegm, and liealin? th iv surface?. The apart For deep chest cold9, first .ipplv hot web tions of t c ur pages cpitt themtdiCTtir!nIir"cttohr inflamed towels to open thr proe Viclc" is then mrf.'Li'- - wiiout iliFliiihiiip tlie sfoin.ieli. aluniboil thronjih tin km. taking out that as iiiicrtinl uiiilir pes w lid". Aut wn- - tiflitiirs- - and sorenc--- . 2."e. TiDc. or Sl.flO. V& 7ff"5TV2rf -- fu fc'A TH5 ALBANIANS! m rs fi YYTHILK the peoi le of the Uuited States have been IKROPTS MANY seeding thirty million dollars' of relief to Ruiope and Turkey, two hundred thousiad women, and children in Albania have Physical Insolvency Awaits For t$ s YS OVEREATING t"M.t ! rBizz'tUjrx.'Z. v ,M - ." died of starvation. While each woman and child ' I Those Who Abuse Stomachs. VICK n ,Un.nroOTtfPi? Wiipwasm sJ&jWM in Belgium has had plenty to . i eat, women and cm men in ha-.at the ca- MEALS SOLD PAY DIVIDENDS gnawed ps of dead luises in the rds s 's Howard, of Tantnc Health Expert Chats In NovelWilliam Wilhird Dei i ... Al-mr- v i K Piss? pyh Oontinued from 1st pace took their classes to Wild Cat Mountain to view that historical Initio ground They visited the Wild Cat Mountain School, made several si opcJifs and had refrosh nionts on the ground and Irom what we can gathei all had an en-- 1 jnvible time and spent the day in sightseeing Judge Mahlon Summers, has returned froi I.onis ville, where hk attended the meeting of the Urand Lodge Fre Ma sons, an I reports a nice time. Mr.nnd .Mrs. Karl Kit, of Louis villi, have returned home after a few visit with relative- - hero. We v.ei- - in Ml. Vein "i a few days jijo and Sie..t a lii'iittui' eve vg with the sp'en id citt zei.s ol i p'ace. i'list, we isi ted the l.rgl' and np-t- o date stole of J. Fish & in. after shaking accomodating hand- - with she uianageisof that store. We pas sod on to red Hn.ers, who has a nice line of g obs and is doing a i)U)h TO CALL ELECTIO ON STOCK LA V . htsslhug ba.sine-- s. Tnen we visi a t' e ted J 'mas McKenie's store and): 1.1.Whereas o...lie; it ion was on :!...; .. rn .j... U1 ol- . 1 ":'-tJi,J ',' " found him buv waiting on ntiin- , ,. the County Cotnt Clerk of m,.rc nvI VIII' V IV ty i m re thai went to Sutton & McBees large the county, sif'e.l n-tri- -- s 1 t:-i- bridge is beir; built acr ss Ken fro's creek and ln L 10 t. tr mm, a most enjoyable trip ' When we reurnei. ttilights were burning iind we wit nessed a blessing, and an ossei t'al that we in Livingston are dims I. Anout to p in. we w" t t lle depot and spam the time .,n 2i, with our old school n. .to. J. Lawrence, and talked our old Level Green School days all o . . but it makes one sad to re a those davs tor some of that s are in othei sc.iie. and s ,. have crnsse.i the silent rn er , t d we trust are with their neat. n In 0 -a better woild than this o elusion will stv, it one wi-1a day in s.jjht seeing. pass coiil i int pas it any bettM th n to visit Mt. Vernal and tauea t ip over the splendid nov pike Mr. and Mrs. J. J. lJaiirer, f Lebanon unction, are i.sitimr in .sister, Mrs C K Rire, :;t this place e 1 1 1 1 I 1 hs 1 -- New (,(, V . i uii v w.-m- t.t,o,-xin,wit- I - '' 1 ? L banks and Irund F L Thompson, i whether cattle or any speeds theu-Jr.- . Pe''tte(l to run at and Victor Tate ever rearlv to' Vr'shaU 11 ;c 111 Muni viiLiu iii wait on their customer. We met) is now ordered bv the court that Sheriff Cam Mullins. Clerk T J L poi be ooened in said votniu Niccley. V. M Poynter. W.h.Kru 'precinct at the nxt . genoial eke . gpr. Ur. Walke; 0;ven. We met' t'(, to tie held m -- aid jirecincr on day of .7. M. Craig, the hustling trader th. 7,th purpose November. 191(3, i r the ot ascertaining . from the Quad section. and Ule wm of the vnlp,.s of h3d vot then we were met by the Editor ing precinct upon said que-ciowith his auto and went with him S. F. Eowai.vu, Cleric Rcckcastle County Court. and his family to whore the new jjn-ii:jii I ifivpntr? Iwcrrj vii!ut. of 10. More wIimv wef nnd hodi of thej ciilc'l , 4 (Sc ffii,d c proprietor.s liustbng to wait on j R(,ckcastle county, askmii the of the quiMun their large tiade Wo visited the t .subni.ssion tro-in'i- J th t the entire population of Albania will . un ..u. ue and in Altes- - helped. He .a, S tnat. com is fiiry dollars a bush-- l biihi t.in r uity (ioiiais a sck ano it'r. :i)!itMrn,ii live dollars a pound dy of Albania," says dr. ..jo ward, "is that a nation is Iv'iiir ot lumirer. wldle tiie pto pie of the United States laden " goodies that just tue rest oi Europe ji u yitt- in your mouth vJ and 'or Turkey, pass by on the light, fluffy, tender 4 )tiiti cakes, biscuits and doughnuts that just "Thirty mdhoiis ot dollars lave keep you hanging ocn gi en tiy the people of U. S 'round the pantry all ior rt bei work of mtious kinos made with Calumet n Helium. Poland. Armenia, the safest, purest, most economical Baking Pows ria, nd the waning Ci)unttie der. Try it drive away whi'e tw. bundrn bake-da- y of h.ui'-pv- . failures." Received Hiufcest AwnrtU .thousand women and children in ee Xcw Conk Jloolc Southeastern Em ope hav. s.tar- -. Slip xn Pound Can. to death unheeded and uncart (I Not one woman or child busior ed of hunger in Belgium; Ui . n Alhun a nu' ''ri d th MAriPTv... uT "Is it fair is it human that "sutoir jfj j nu,J-- , the mi i cent .. in n ma cuiKire tA who never did anone any harm, should be trampled u.uter lout and left to perish, a a tinif when till other.s are led: ' Is this, Ainer can fair pla? "I have appea ed for help in Ihih i)K(0, 'I h vb begtitd a :& :crut ot bread of those who have givtj millions to Belgium. Poland s Goodies! ro hi' - ihi d tup to tin hs leuirn. ' d Way of Sodiiy Problems and unrv 'nrope mob s scribes New Treatment Which Has Proved Tremendous Success Everywhere Introduced "Tired Feeling' No Joke. "Are your meals paying you dividends.'" "Or are they plunging you into physical banKruptcy?" These were novel questions the Tan lac health expert recently asked. He j j!a2c?i - -- rr issJ XrtCBCS7 I - sksSsaaa ! WKat irVonlci lie give for t3ie coffee you serve? Like a million other women, you can serve coffee that he would give most anything to have coffee which starts the day "right" for all. One woman says: "My husband used to swallow his coffee and hurry off. Now we have Arbuckles' and you'd think it was Sunday the way helingers over his breakfast." Until you try Arbuckles you will never know what a difference good coffee can make in your home. continued: "Every meal you eat should give you more than mere satisfaction of f-- r m-e-- l-t -- Free-S- SI'.Powb 1d your hunger. It should add to your s'lpply of Licod bone and musele. It give you more strength, more vigor, more vitality to tarr you pleas antly am' otiia'.b through life. "Tired Feeling"' No Joke. "You will notice that pome people never :;et plrmp. No matter how mroh or how little they eat, they remain scrawny and thin. They are weak, anemic, easily exhausted, and afflicted with 'that tired feeling,' w hich is no joke, but a symptom of dangerous illness on the way. Such people are seldom nappy. They are always weary, and often nervous and initablo. "They don't sleep well. Their ston-acis a source of constant distress Belchirg and bloatand discomfort. ing from gas, headaches, dizziness, in digestion, dyspepsia, pains in the hao. and other ailments keep them -h Everyone loves the rich flavor of Arbuckles' Coffee. OT all the coffees in America today, it is by far the most popular ! Today there are whole towns where Arbucl:!e3 is practically tho only coffee used. In one State, alone, in a year, four pounds of Arbuddcs' Coffee was used for every man, woman and child in the States four times as many pounds of cofTee ss the population of the State! ArbuckleEros.,New York. A - ! 0S fS 4 i CI the settle your r ROCKCASTLE COUNTY Mtet me or my deputies at ui"i CONWAY, ROCKFORD. WILDIE, QUAIL, DISPUTANTA, CLIMAX, COOKSBURG, MULLINS STATION, BRODHEAD, PONGO, LEVEL GREEN, LIVINGSTON, ORLANDO, DUDLEY. tne with State of Ohio, City of Toledo, 1 ucas Countv, ss. Frank J. Gnency makes oath that he is the senior partner ot the firm of F. J. Chene.y & Co.. doing business in the City of Toledo, County and Sthte aforesaid, and that said firm will pay BBBK&BKaaEZSSIHCSSISSSt.SSCZSZJKaZ ithe sum of ONE HUNDRED H03ZX3F BOOKKEEPING DOLLARS for each au d e.verv RuftinRfifi.Phnnonrarihv l si. L .. All Poll e Payers heretofore who have been released on account tff rUH,C U1 al"11 " mnot be " cured y XQ "se of HALL'S TELEGRAPHY of old age will have to see the County Judge and get an order from him, WILBUR R.SMITH BUSINESS COLLEGE! CATARRH CURE. FRANK I. Coammill Clrgt Kj. CltcitT. PrMldanthns In mercantile of has made an order not releasing poll taxes except IH Inc. lit Eumur,yearsalio experiencepincftting iu,w ' CHllIsE x. as the Fiscal nun uaiiKinx unsmeM, 40 years yoiint; men anil women for unccess. BS"Enter now. bef jre me they have an order from the County Judge. All Poll payers who Address VnULBCIl B. SMITH, IexlnKtuB, Ky. Sworn intomy presence. ahd Gth 'this WHEN of which to make a have no property will please settle by Dec. With theYOU TyjlE COLD.cold day ol December, A. D. 18a6. A average man a is a serious matter and should W. GLEASON. date will be presented not paid by Court not be trifled with, Us some of (Seal)' Notary Public will ask you to meet me diseases as delinquent, the above dates or mv tne most a dangerous cold. Aall's Catarrh Cure is taken common Take i.a.1 Lstlirt with internally and acts through the otiice to settle, as tne penalty and cost go on Dec. 1st. lAlsocostoficuamderiand's cough Rem eyy ' and get r'ld of yulir cold as Blood on the Mucous Surfaces T wt t -- ., ux . orNrofrfc.ir.rY ff Forn ie4i. X cUIl lUbCU. vwxwoi.ii5. aDie tO quickly a possible. You are of the System. Send' ior testiyou not ' carry any taxes over, bo don let the time slip up on you and blame this experimentingit when been use monials free. remedy, as in has P. J. Cheney & Co . Toledo, O. use for many jears and has an the extra costs.. Soid by all drnggist. 75c , established reputation. It conHall's Family Pills for consti tains no opium or other uarcotic. "I S. C. pution. Obtainable "everywhere. AT THE SHERIFFS OFFICE ON ALL DAYS, Tax begged in Vain. 0E "Tile Al b. mas are as mu.li C'AKiNfi pdW3 entitled to help and 'sympathy a CHICAGO o'hers: They have noL taken any part in the war Cheap and big canBakingPowders do not save you money. Calumetdoes it'sPure Tney ted and snelterei the reiu and far superior to Eour milk and soda. fijees from Servia, eveu witli the of corn tht the last mea-ni- e famine s'r.cken villages posaes.s .'d. Thej 'nave not done any wrong: yet annies h.iVe svep' 1f&lk nSS" ESSS over their country, tak.ng what s&r .ata could be found to take, leaving to the starving w men a:id child-iooii.y the caicasses of dead horses in i lie streets. 1 SH only American fair plav 1 J? J tor famishedask children of Albania. I ask all lair minded men and the Umtrd States: women in Why should the Albanians three hundred thousand ot whom starve, the followiug times and places to are Christians be lett to in genwhile we p"ess lorwafu erous rivalry, to feed the others? taxes for 19X6: The Albanians are more nuuirr ous than the Armenians yet we 2TS BaCr339SJSESn5 feed the Armenians ami let the Albanians .starve. November 9 th 'Having appealed to deaf ear in high places I now appeal 10 Friday, November 10th the plain people to nieu and woireti who should not Saturday, November let even u dog starve to death, no mattei what his brted. 1 Saturday, November want to go bach 10 Albania Tuesday, November 14th with a shipload of food. I have ship a new November 16th arra ge for ajust launchedAmen can ship, and is ready Friday, November 17th ready tor sea. The ship and waiting. Saturday, November 18th "A number of distinguist men York Saturday, 18th in New editors mostly clergy men and of newspapers--wil- l in an appeal for a November relief caro for the ship. The November 23rd treasurer selected to recieve contributions is the Rev. Fred Saturday, November eric Lynch. L). D., editor ol Christian Work and secretary of Saturday, November the Carnegie Church Peace November Union. Contribution's in any a mount from the price of a loai f bread upward may be sent to the Balkan Relief Fund. 7o Fifth avenue New York city " a n. imp F4 ' All.1..lltl .J..1 SMM T llll almost constantly miserable. Tanlac Great Success. "Tanlac. the new tonic which has been having such wonderful succes3 everywhere it has been introduced, is designed to relieve disorders which have their origin in a run down condition of the digestive and assimilative organs. Its success as a reconstructive tonic, ai.petizer. invigorant and revitalize!- depends in large part upon its having aided digestion and promoted assimilation so fiat food taken into the system becomes a benefit When the stomach ar.d other digestive organs are in good condition, the foundation of health has been laid." - V is H n cl 'I Thursday, tail-minde- d Hth Hth Thursday, Nov.mber Tuesday, Thursday, 21st Ivopubli u Vict r in h ou t v MAINU AND TKNNEs n turn 1 Republican Our KeDiiliHcau fritiids re Hut tlu tr :. crs while fijilum in easily cmiroled wl.en uy iloir.tMil 5 t hs nch tii. I dii a n ing in the l ne i returns of comfort to thv.tr cause !! Olito'' tiitenain no iliu i e ;.tNft. Thv noiit Know disuis-io- n In alto tna ritae - 'v .,ocal i jjtther too much has been made thn ie as tbfV in-- v of the vote in Maine m thr last three o- - four yeats vh' p itir nl kvpubli tin Post conditions were admitted 3 cibiiii-ma- l . The only real lest is to g back to those Pre.sid Mtd years when two parties on.y confronted Tanlac, ,th- - ideal reconstructive each other, and the September tonic, is being especially intro in Maine was construed duaed in Mt Veir.on at R H Mil- only as a guide to the November Texas Wonder curf? kMicy inil ler, also at Centr! Drug (Jo , Livtroubles. liisolve- jnnivil. (rurei. result by ascertaining if the Re- Tun dialwj's-- weak and lurue b !?. rteuja-ingston, and John Robins' Driu' publican majority of the weut over or ti!ra and allKth men im.itar:t! women. kulw jaml !Iadd r in and If not sold Scorp, Brodhead; W. M Owens' byyourdrucmst will lie sent by raoit oa reuuder 20,000. ceipt of SI. tJn"niaIIlUlei two months Store. Burr: Line Broc, Crab Orand seldom lwrttft euro. Judged by such tests the recent treatment testimonials faiN totbn anda other Send for from chard: S R Welch. Berea; J Olive Street-S- u States. Dr. K. W. Hall. IjouLs. yio. Sold by Ad Reynalds & Son, Bee Lick, where in Maine is distinctly encouraging to the Democratic party. In the Tanlac man explains its this election the Republican can- OIIDER TO CALL ELECTION merits. didates seem to have carried ON STOCK LAW. Years ago a suit of clothes Maine by majorities ranging from Whereas, a petition was on the shipped from Mount Vernon to The smallest 4th day ot September. 11)1(5. filed 9,500 to Louisvil'e by express cost twenty majority 13,500. heretofore recorded for a with the Uountv Court Clerk of five cents. It increased until a Repubiican ticket in Maine in the County signed by motv h n few years ago the express on the September in a normal President- twenty voters ot voting pre same hi.ed package was forty-fivu" ial vear was in i862. Tha? jear cinct No. (Orlando) in Rockcnt3. Then came Wncdrow Wil-an- the Republicans curfef Maine in castle countv, asking the submisthe Parcel Post and n ivv jou September by 14,799 and in Nov sion of the question, whether cat can send that package Irom here ember following Grover Cleveland tie or anv species thereof, shall be to Louisville for eight cents was elected President by a over permitted to run at ifjje in sard Let us lay aside our prejudice and whelming majority 111 the electo al voting precinct. It is now ord vote for the man who is the college. ered by the court that a poll be cause of such legislation enacted In 1896 McKinley carried Maine opened in said voting piecinct at for the benefit of the people. the next general election to be by 47,777. and m 1D0U the mail routes have candidate won in Maine by ?8.- - held in sad precinct on the 7th The rural been ex'ended in ooo miles and UU?.. In Jfs4 Roosewlt 311,807 day of Nov. mher, 191(5 for the therehv re'ich I'Uo.ooo more ver Piri.iT in M.iine :ind in purpose of asc naming the will country than ever before. Who 90S Litt ri'faTeti Kry.ii .In. 4 if the v tor of O mg pre-cmis responsible lor this? Wood row It is obvious upon said question irom the-.- e Wilson. Who has put the Post S P Bowman, Jthatthv- R'pihlica'i majiHty. in Office Department en a' self Maine shows a shrmk Clerk RirkcastU'Co'inty Court ige that, in supporting basis? Wood row Wil- o fas as Mien an election can in son. d cate anything it i nd ica es a Remember, Mr. Voter, that sweeping DiMiiocraii victory in Woodrow Wilson has kept us the country in November. in peace, while the balance ol The dtspeiate plight tint the! the world is engaged in a hor Republicin innnaser-- . aie when rible war. That war litis not they claim a vi;tory in Main- - as ended. Is it sale to trade lndidiin a victory in tin iiatm in the middle ol the can best beiilustrde I by c tis,d horses stream ? ering oiue St ite with s,n.,ar political antecedents in the r-E pre-electio- n I - . v 2K.-- e d 1 d 8.-,- ct I Tuesday, 25th 25th 23th STORl we will not say Texa or Alabama, for those states have never given a Republican oouiii majority since 'me days of reenn Tennessee is a fair illustration. TenmjSiPe has once or twice, on local issues, returned l Republicans candidates for Gov eriior. If Tennessee should go Republican this year, we sub beJ mit the conclusion would much the same as if 'Maine had gane .Democratic; in other wotds it would have been a cru.shiti": st ruction. thexLamp Oil th JSaves Eyes I clear and clean without a flicker down to tne las. arop. Pennsyivaida crude oil refined to perfection. Cruts no more than the Inferior tankwason oils- - saves MONEY savta 0I5IC wives eves. Y.mr dealer han S0LTTE OIL In bam Is direct from our works. Qlias-- Xnthtnff Is mnir innAri.n . .... home wan clear, steady Usht, Insnrl his by cettmfr the oil that burns & SteO i! 'Co. risery at c32 Lexington, Ky. arrcn. Pa. thec2lctratHl 'So Carb" Auu Oil. 1 - vt . . A Court I Tax sub-sbribe- d out Build Up for Winteit tax 26th. Those that -- sol i-i.w- tohe Fiscd not R. at at xrf iuoi u.t uiit y,j. t UK J n SQr CAM MULLINS, It Is a tonic that restores the balance, to jour bodily functions, dears away uio wum mafcier in youf spiem, ana Keys you up yO cd effort and better health. Fpr nearly-hal-f a century have found it a valuable aid in all catarrhal mnHitmn. t experience points the way for you. PERUNA. has stood tho test that rjrovrjfl its value. Tablet fnrm f mnM.;.. quick administration. Pleasant to take and easy to carrj 1W KI1.11. T1f a4o am 4Ka MmI a Auvy w m .Hu.w.o iam, .c Tt... iirrvwi vue naDit oi constipation, arouse tba Uver zaa help the t. uur uiiisisfc Has nftrn. nnicjra. Clear out the congestion that has rlfsfnrhpri vmr. breathing and weakened your digestion, and all the bodily processes to do their full share in cold weather, and thus build yourself up to perfect health. PERUNA IS INViaORATTniM ate .u, Tf TfcePeruaa Company, Columbua, Ohio &&& s.' . aiV, "sWjmwA yr(ji im sm J