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THl DBMOOBATIO BAKsflft.
FRIDAY. NOVEMBER IB, Hit,
NOT SURE THING
Soniidifif PiMic Opinion
is ti Its Advisability.
VES PRESS REPRESENTATIVES
HfMli Llits Submitted to Him of Sen
rters, Representatives and Men of
Affairs Who Have' Stated Their
Views on the Subject Will Make
to Announcement on Tariff Situa
tion Until End of His Vacation.
rrlnccton, N. J., Nov. 12. Oovcrcor
Wilson Indicated hln Intense asterest
a the countrywide discussion a tho
tariff problem by requesting that the
ewspapcr men submit to him tho
tats published In their paper of
Jbme snnstors, representatives and
MB of affairs that have Btatrd their
-Unions an to the advisability of call
9mg an extra session of congress itn
ae-ilatHy after March 4.
He Ruld that he had carefully read
Okf these .Interviews, nnd Joseph I.
ftfessulty, 'hlH secretary, la Hotting
aside for the governor's consideration
ll those letters which deal with tho
Mem. Ho realizes that this Is not
ejuestlon that may bo settled o.T-
id: that Us ramlfleatlonn are
Ormaght with vast Importance to the
atricato business nystent of a nation;
that Its settlement depends upon
i consensus of Ideas of a great mini"
of men competent to judge of
rkat is best for the Interests of tho
plo at large. Facing such a situa
len, he Is determined that his mind
hall be open to every worthy sugges-
Sorao of the Interviews given have
Mgestcd as much as thoy slated, and
t ta the Intention of the governor to
Munition a conference of those men
whose opinions must he highly re
garded both for tho character of tho
-anon and the nature of tho Interests
Tho governor said that It Is not his
4atenlloti to make any announcement
Whatsoever regarding the tariff situ
ation until he haH returned from tho
vacation on which 'he will st-rt Sat
inlay. Chairman Underwood of the ways
taid means committer-, whoso duty It
will be to formulate all tariff meas
ures, Is not expected In Washington
Aefore Nov. 20. Tho popular under
Heading among membeni of Iho house
ta that he desire an early session for
(she consideration of tariff measures
au.4 a majority of the momhers ex
aureus themselves us favorable to this
ceurae. They take the position that
(she Democrtlc party Is morally hound
reduce the tariff schedules as soon
Farmers' Institutes Id
t Various Places During
Month Of December
The State Hoard of Agilcultiiro Iwih
ounced tegular farmer itiHtltuten,
rlth dates, speakers, ami olllcors at
foUowlng places In this county:
Uanvlllu, December 20-21. The
jawiVurH am Messrs. Wagner and
etolth. The olllcors of the Danville In.
Btltute ure II. 0, Whitney, president,
II. II. Forenunugh, secretary.
KKtx, December 13-1 1, The speakers
Messrs Harsh and Hot rick. The
rdatcors of tho Kstci Institute ate Hay-"
ejsnad Olflln, president, mid Cloin Mc
Ceaterburg, December 1M2. The
atyaakars uro Messrs. Harsh and Her-
rlek. Tiio otllceis of the Ceaterburg
-elasHitiiUi nro Charles D. Iluyden, piiihI
sleait, Uvorgo N. Jackson, secretnry.
Veverlng, December 13-1 i The
eni uro Messrs. Iludson and
The officers of the Levering
tule are L. D, Levering, president,
W. II, Uooze, secretary.
Ohio farmer Institutes roach a quar-
Billion people. Tho law provides
tat the State Hoard of Agriculture
ea4act these Institutes. Many more
eaaejllcstlons wero made this yonr than
he granted. Htate aid ran not be
sore than four In a county, In
way of paying locnl expense.
kera may he furnished to lndo
rat meotlngs of which nearly UiO
he held In addition to the 3fi0 rcgu-
1hr iMtltutcs. On-) or two lectures to
"fjpwya under 21 years will be given.
This Is a now feautro. In addition to
above speakers, it lady Insfiuclor will
1w assigned for one lecture, The rec
ejrtls show that iho farmer Institute In
mwlm strongor, and more popular,
fr. 8. T. Dock left Tuesday even-
fur Washington, SJ 0., where he
several days on buslucei,
J. FREOERICKTOWN -f
Mr. David Ilryant has been serious
ly 111 the past week at the home of his
son Mr. Samuel Uryant, west of this
The funeral of Mrs. Rebecca Hulse
who died nt her homo on Sunday of
last week, was held on Tuesday and
Interment made nt Hoddlng chapel.
She Is survived by seven chldren and
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Howard of Ches-
tervllle, the past week moved Into the
house recently vacated by Mr. Hoy
Mrs. Uoso Colwell of Marengo, visit
ed with Mrs. Lynn Austin the past
Mrs. Kllza Myers vlBlted with her
cousin, Mrs. Nancy Doty, at Sparta tho
Mr. Wnltor Williams, of Clevelnnd,
visited with his parent), Mr. and Mrs.
P. 11. Williams, the post week.
Mr. nnd Mrs. Clarenco Emerson of
Columbus, visited with tho latter's par
ents, Mr. nnd Mrs. 8. S. Unrro tho
A Christmas bazaar will bo held by
tho ladios of tho Methodist church on
December 13 and 14.
Mrs. Nnney Weaver visited with
her brother, Mr. Henry Thomas tho
Mrs. Huth IJakcr of Contorburg, vis
ited with her sister, Mrs. Huth Jack
son, tho past week.
Mr. C. n. Lccdy of Smlthfleld, Ohio,
visited relatives In Frederlcktown, the
A Bon was born to Mr. nnd Mrs.
Houcoo. 8 wetland of Marengo Tues
day. Mrs. C. I). 8 wetland visited Mr. Hob
coo Swetland nnd wife of Marengo,
Mr. H. C. Swetland started Monday
on a business trip to points in tho
Mrs. Floronco Wlllnrd wont to Clove
land on Friday to visit her sister who
Master Norman and Itobert Hill vis
ited their sister, Mrs, Hobort Harry
on Sunday lust.
Mrs. II. T. Jenkins, of Chester, was
tho guest of Mrs. L. C. Crowd 1 one
day tho paBt weok.
Mr. J. C. Swotland of ChcBtcrvlllo,
visited at tho homo of his son, Mr. II.
0. Swetland, In this place on Monday
of this week.
Mtb. Lizzie Knyse, who has been vis
iting In Chostervlllo tho past four
weeks, leturned homo on Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. T. M. Dill wero Mt.
Vemon visitors on Sat unlay last.
Mrs. .1. II. Dlekey sold one of Uor
residence properties on Collcgo stroet,
to Mr. Henry Thompson, tho past
Mrs. C. lllackburn went to Toledo on
Mr. Walter Dill of Mt. (Ulead, spent
Sunday with his parents, Mr. und Mrs.
T. M. Dill In this placo.
Mr. nnd Mrs. Wolls of Pittsburg, Pa.,
nro guests nt tho hoinu of their daugh
ter, Mrs. Ilulph Stnihle, this week.
Miss Opal Shipley, of Mt. Vernon,
wns the guest of Miss Illrdelle I-ong
on Sunday last.
Mrs. Hngorinnn and daughter, and
Mis. Ilunku of ManslU'ld, visited with
Frederlektowii fi lends last week.
Mr. 15. .1. lllackburn mid family wore
Mt. Voi mm visitors on Monday of this
Mr. mid Mrs, L. II. At:lermun visited
their ditiighter, Mis. L. It. Hnskett nt
Fulton on Satin day last.
Mr. .1, Curr went to Cincinnati on
Wediiesduy of this week to buy a stock
of Christmas goods for his jewelry
On Saturday, Nov. Kith, Dr. W. T.
Culp will give the Hist number on the
Amity lecture course at the Amity M.
10. chinch. Dr. Culp Is said to bo one
of the host speakers on the platform;
that his Inspiration sends ehlldron to
school, young people to college, tho
mechanic to tho bench, the doctor to
his patients and tho pastor to his flock
determined to give Ood und humanity
tho best there Is In him.
Mr, D. II. Slater or Chusterville, vis
Ited with Mr. mid Mrs. Uny Hull In
this place last Sunday.
Mr, and Mrs. Charles Drown of Day
ton, Ohio, visited with Mr. and Mrs.
F, H, Levering In this placo tho past
Itev. Nicholson attended tho inoollugH
of the Methodist Ministerial associa
tion at MaiiHllold on Tuesday and
Wednesday of this week.
The rovlval services whjch havo
been In progress nt the Methodist
church tho past three weoku casso to a
close with n union mooting at the M,
K. church lost Sunday evening. There
has boon a great deal of interest shown
during nil these meetings and the nfr
tendance lias boon good throughout.
That the village of Frederlcktown has
been greatly beuotlted by theso ser
vices there Is little doubt und onllvn-
Ing of church Intercut during tho com
lug year Is bound to show fruit.
Miss Wlunlu llos visited with MUs
I.thol Poormau In thin place last Sun
day. Mr. and Mrs, Charles Fallen enter
tained the latter's sister, Mrs. Ileenoy,
of Frederlcktown, one day the past
Regular communication of Thrall
lodgo, No. 170, F, and A. M. od next
Tuesday evening, Novomber 19th, at
7 o'clock. This Is the annual election
of offlclefs. W. H. Eastman, W. M.
Ernost V. Ackerman, Sec'y.
Mrs. O. F. Strublo of Portal, N. D.,
in visiting her parenas, Mr. and Mrs.
A. F. Qant in Frederlcktown. Sho ex
pects to stay until after Thanksgiv
ing, when sho will also visit at -Canton
Frederlcktown music lovers may
have a chance to Indulge themselves
In choral work tho coming winter.
Many of our peoplo hero have been
anxious to have a chorus of some kind
hut everyone who would be capable of
carrying on such work, have been too
busy with other things and no attempt
has been Hide. Mt. Vernon parties
wero hero early this week looking ov
er the prospects and have found so
much encouragement thnt thero'lB a
probability that a call will soon be
made and an effort put forth to organ
ize ft chorus similar to tho oratorio
now In piogress In Mt. Vernon. There
tho business men considered It one
of the best methods of advertising
their town and have taken hold to fin
ance the proposition nnd will eventual'
ly be well paid for what they do. Wo
hope Frederlcktown can do something
also along this line.
Mr. nnd Mrs. Joel Dentnan of Mt.
Glleud visited with Mr. and Mrs. J. H.
Den man In this placo the past week.
Miss Smith of Mt Vernon was a
Frederlcktown visitor on Wednesday
of this week,, looking for a location for
a musical studio. If she locates here
she will teach both vocal and instru
Miss Hose Davison returned from
Portland, Oregon, lost Thursday,
where she had been attending the Na
tional convention of tho W. O. T. U.
Shu expects to remain home several
A company of relatives and friends
met at tho homo of Mr. and Mrs. Mel
vln Phillips, threo miles west of Fred
erlcktown on Saturday, Nov. 9, foi
tho purposo of demonstrating to them
that It was possible to surprise people
on such occasions. Judging from the
apparent bewilderment of thom the
meeting was a complete success. How
ever, they dually regained their usual
composure and entertained their
guests In n delghtful manner. A sump
tuous dinner was served nt the noon
hour. Th afternoon was spent In n
Tho-x.' present were: Hov. Nicholson
and wife, Mr. nnd Mrs. Harrison Arm
strong, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Gregg,
Mr. anil Mrs. II. M. Phillips, Mr. nnd
Mrs. D. II. Wilson, Mr. and Mrs. W.
C. Carson nnd daughter, Aisle, Mr. and
Mrs. Holly Armstrong and family, Mrs.
Dcrthn Frazler und son Foster, tho
Misses Wilson, tho host nnd hostess
Mr. A. K. Hell of Hntlor, visited
with ii lends In Frederlcktown on
Tuesday of this week nnd attended the
K. or r. convention in tne ovening.
Mr. Lloyd Hell, editor of tho Conter
hiirg (Jaztto, attended the K. of P. con
vention In this placo on Tuesday even
Mirth Florence Heasonor of Hartford
City, Intl., will arrive In a few days for
a vlrtlt. with her slstor Hlnnche Hea
sonor, west of this city.
The English Class Will begin tho
lending of "Silas Miimor" soon,
Miss Lola Heehtel spent Sunday
with Mr. Hugh Klrkpatrlek und wife,
Mirth lllanche Heasonor spent Sun
day with Miss Orpha Oriibb near this
Under i lie instruction of Mr. Thorn
burg, the class In Agriculture has be
gun the lnbrntory work.
Mr. Dm win Footo spent Saturday
ami Sunday In Mt. Vernon.
Miss Inez. Algire was eiiteitulned by
Oiiella Shipley Tuesday ovening.
MlhH Nellie Utteihuak and IJelvn.
McAidlu wore visiting near Amity on
Misses Dorrls Kinney, Pearl, Smith,
Murgmot Cornell, Wlldtt Ithliiehart
und Mr. Edward Lewis visited In Mt,
Vernon during tho short vacation giv
en us In order that tho toucher might
attend thu Teachers' Asoclutlon In Co
lumbus Friday and Saturday.
Mr. Walter Albright visited with his
cousin, Miss Holeu Albright, Sunday,
Miss Fern Montgomery wur tho
guest of Mr, and Mrs. Charles Leon
ard from Thursday until Sunday of
Miss Helen Albright returned to
school Monday having been absent
four weeks on account of Illness.
Miss Mildred Owen was the guest of
Miss Ruby Orovea Sunday,
The Seniors have begun tho road lug
of another classic In class, "Milton's
Called For Howard Christian Church
Hie Call Is Accepted
Howard, O., Nov. 12 'Iho Rev. Mr.
Culp of Toledo-has boon called to the
,.. .i r...iiHi .1.1.. -I-..- ...i i.-
accepted thVlW Ho will mi
In tho ,uoar future.
In .The UdMoi or The
traps In Ohio
Corn Is SiM to He
Best In Years
The following Is the official report of
the Ohio Department of Agriculture on
the condition-of crops Nov.. 1, and Is
computed from returns received from
tho official correspondence of the De
Wheat Area sown last fall returned
by township aaSissors, 1,777,862 acres.
Wheat Sown this'' fall compared
with last year, 9 1 per cent.
Wheat Estimated area seeded for
harvest of 191 tf. 1.669.C56 acres.--
Wheat Condition compared with an
average, 98 nor cent
Wheat AyeVage dato of seeding,
Alfalfa Area in 1911 returned by
township assessors, 27,139 acres.
Alfalfa Area compared with last
year, 41 per, cnt. ,
Alfalfa Estimated area In 1912, 26,
Alfalfa Total tons produced per
acre from all cuttings, 3,
Alfalfa Total estimated product for
1912, 88,211 tons.
Alfalfa Number of cuttings this
year, 3. J
Ryo Area sown last fall returned
by township assessors, 8,533 acres.
Ryo Sown this fall compared with
last year, 110 per cent.
Ry Estimated area seeded for the
harvest of 1913, 97,044 acres.
Rye Condition compared with an
average, 98 per cent.
Sugar Beets Estimated area for
1911J 6,443 -acres.
Sugar Beets Estimated area for
1912, 7,438 acres.
Sugar Beets Total estimated pro
duction for 1912, 81,343 tons.
Sugur HoetB Total yield compared
with 1911, 92 per cent. i
Corn Prospect compared with an
average, 100 per cent.
Buckwheat Prospect compared
with an average, 96 per cent.
Clover SeeA Prospect compared
with an average 70 per cent.
Potatoes Area planted jeturnod by
township assessors, 103,262 acres.
Potatoes Average production per
acre, 112 bushels. '
Polatoes Total estimated produc
tion for 1912, 11,604,902" bushels.
Potatoes Affected by rot, 5 per
Hogs Condition-compared with nn
average, 94 per cent.
Hogs Number to bo fattened com
pared with 1911, 84 per cent.
State Average Prices
Wheat '. 1,01
Corn .77 59
Oats .' ,.. .35
Rye "...' 80
Iluy '. 13.40
Sugar Beets 4.96
In tho otllclal October report .issued
by this department mention was inado
of the fact that many correspondents
reported a smull wheat acreugo do
ing seeded. The llgures contained in
this report show that In comparison
with tho oilglnui area seeded for tho
1UI2 harvest the. present acrengo Is
but 94 per conL. Howover, 44 per
cent of the wheat area sown Inst your
was abandoned In the spring, and but
1,079,894 acres romalned for tho har
vest Just past. The present estimated
area seeded for the 1913 harvest Is re
ported at 1,009,056, acres. Much of tho
wheat wns sown lato, but It growing
condition generally Is oxcolent. Tho
state average is estimated at 98 per
Alfulfa figures show an average pro
duction of threo tons per ncro, with
an, estimated production for tho stale
as a whole or 811 tons. This Is n
substantial Increase over tho produc
tion of last year.
Tho area seoded to ryo shows an In
crease of 10 per cent In comparison
with tho area of last year as reported
by township ast-essors. Rb growing
condition Is tho same as wheat 98 per
Corn prospects jure excellent;. Tho
estimated acreage plantod la 3,197,884
acres. From present prospects UjIb
should prqduco approximately 112,000,
000 bushels. Favorable weather has
prevailed during tho fall, nnd cribbing
Is In progress with the crob In tine
For tho first time In tho depart
ments history llgures are preseutod
heroin reference to sugar boots. Tho
roport shows that' the total estimated
production for 1912 was 1,343 tonB.
This Is a decllno of eight per cent In
eomnarlson with tho production of
While the potato '.re la consider
able loos than last year, thu average
production per acre exceeds that crop'
by fifty bushels, Tho total state pro
duction Is estimated at 11,604,902 bush
els. On the corresponding date one
yoar ago the state production wan es
timated at 8,161,203 bushels. Tho pres
ent average production per aero is 112
Hogs are being rushed to markot ow
ing to prevalence of cholera, and this,
in conjunction with the scarcity of
feeding cattle will causa an unusual
amount of corn to be marketed early.
And Killed Was Spain'?
Madrid, 8paln, Nov. 12 The Span
Ish premier, Jose Canalejas, was assas-
Four shots were fired at the premier
as he was entering the ministry of the
Interior to attend a cabinet meeting.
Two of the shots struck the states
man behind the right ear and he fell
dead on the spot.
The assassin was captured by the
police. He gave the name of Manuel
Pardlnas Serrat'o Martin, and said he
was a native of El Grado in the prov
ince of Huesoa.
The assailant Is twenty-eight years
old and Is believed to be an anarchist.
Canalejas was selected to form the
Spanish cabinet in February, 1910. He
was leader of the monarchical demo
cratlc party which came into power on
the resignation of the liberal cabinet
headed by 8enor Moretey Prendergast
In Wooster flild Brings Wore
Money-Well To lie Sunk
Tho prico of Wooster oil has ad
vanced from $1.13 per barret, to $1.16
'n tho ptiBt few days.
Tho Ohio Oil company last Satur
day boosted the price to $1.15 an1
other companies have folowod suit
'Mttsburgh pnpe-s Tuesday quoted
Wooster oil nt $1.16.
This Is tho price pnld at tho well'
here In Wooster, and the Incrcado Is,
the beBt posslblo sign of thu quality
of the oil being produced hero. Sov
oral ninths ago Wooator oil jumped
from $.02 to $1.13 and It hung right
there until this Inst Increase.
Wooster oil nion vwlll not be sur
prised to seo tho price go to $1.20
within a month or so.
It is probable that tho first of tho
wells now notirlng completion will bo
llnlshed by Friday or Saturday, hut
oil men say that next week will mark
tho completion of the wolls now
down neiiTly 3,000 feet.
Much trouble at the Flyman woll nt
Applecroek has kept It buck week af
ter weok, but statements woro mado
Tucffduy to tho effect that the woll
may he completed next week.
Mrs. Ulllo Cllne returned to her
homo In Newark this week.
Mr. und Mrs. J. S. Schooler were In
Mr. and Mrs. Wnltor Mossholder en
tertained Mr. and Mrs. Wheolor Moss
holder nnd family of Union .drove
The Baptist Missionary Society
held and all-day meeting at tho homo
of Miss Laura Adrian Thursday.
Mr. nnd Mrs. P. W.'drleff have
guo3ts of Mr. und Mrs. Will Weavor of
Fairvlow Saturday and Sunday.
Mrs. James Cochran of Newark was
tho guest of Mrs. Ban Henry Sunday,
Mr. and Mrs. Waldo drteff havo
movod into their now homo on the
Prof. Martzoff of Athens Collogo
will locturo next Saturday, Nov, 16,
in tho Prosbyterian church at 2 p. m.
on "What Tho Ice lias Done For
Ohio" and at S p. m, on "Ohio nud
Ohloans,'' Come and hoar the two
popular lecturers. ''
""Pomona grango' meets Satin day,
Nov. 16, with Morris grange haH. The
fifth degree will bo" conferred nt 1 p.
in. Instead of 10 a. m. ns horeoftov
announced, Uraugora will furnish their
CASTOR I A
For lafrau and Okildrca.
YOU WILL NEVER wisk to take uotker dot f
pills after having once vted Chamberlain's Tab
lets. Thejr are easier and more pleasant to
take, more gentle and mild in their action and mora
reliable. ..They leave the bowels in a natnral condi
tion, while the se of pills is often followed by se
vere constipation, requiring a constant increase in
the dost. Every bottle guaranteed by yovrdrnf gist
A Good Cold Remedy
S If you have a cold or a cough and want to cure It up quickly, try
some of our Syrup of White Pine Comp., with Tar or Mentholated.
If taken in time It will prevent pneumonia, tubereutosia and other
; dangerous diseases.
S A full four-ounce bottle for 26c at
I TAUGHER'S Drug Store
: East Side Public Square
For Hearing In Probate
Court of Knox County,
NOTICE OF HEARING ACCOUNT
Following account has been fllea
for settlement and will be heard or
Tuesday, Nov. 26, 1912, at 9. a. m.:
First and final account of Daniel
Doner, trustee of Burr Struble.
PATRICK A. BERRY,
NOTICE OF HEARING ACCOUN1
Following account has been flleo
for settlement and will be heard oi
Tuesday, Nov. 26, 1912, at 9. a. m.:
First and final account of Ada B
Klrkpatrlek, executrix of Margaret L
PATRICK A. BERRY,
NOTICE OF HEARING ACCOUN1
following account baa been fllec
for settlement and 'will be heard ot
Tuesday, Nov. 26, 1912, at 9. a. ra.:
First partial account, of O. M. Divan
oxocutor of Margaret A. Wolfe.
PATRICK A. BERRY,
NOTICE OF HEARING ACCOUNT
Following account has been filer
for settlement and will be heard oi
Tuesday, Nov. 26, 1912, at 9. a, m.:
First and final account of Joseph F
Blubaugh; executor of Luclnda Dick.
PATRICK A. BERRY,
Notice is hereby given that tho un
dersigned has been appointed and
tltiallfted executor of the estate ot
HKNUV II. DISNKV
lute of Knox County, Ohio, deceased,
by tho probate court of said county.
November 9, 1912,
M3WIS 11. HOUCK, ,
Mt. Vernon. Ohio.
Mr. Howard L. Qallegher, traveling
freight agent of tho D. ft O. railroad,
was in the city Tuesday the guest of
Mr. Frank Sullivan loft last evening
for West Virginia In the interest of
tho Northwestern Blovutor and Mill
The first quarterly meeting of
uiu iuu.uv.uuy wruuiL ui tuu ih. rw.
A.,.nMr. ...iii uA ua i,n i,....5fji?"f?,r-yv!Foj
vuuv;u Tf.ii ud aiijiu a ,. 4cuium;
M. B. church onThureday, Nov. 21, ot
2:30 p. m. The sermon will be preach
ed b" Itev. Austin Phllpott.
Mrs, O. W. Sexton left Wednesday
morning for her home in (loneva,
Ohio, after a several days' visit with
Professor and Mrs. U. A. Miller ot
West Chestnut street.
Mrs. G. I). Spanger, who has been
tho guost of Mt. Vernon friends, loft
last evening for Roosevelt, Arizona,
where sho will join her husband and
liye on a ranch. Mr. SpaBgjer ' wrb
formerly ot Mt Vernon having been
ope ot the proprietors of tho -Whlto
Palaco theatre, ,
MORMAN PRESIDENTS BIRTHDAY
Salt Lake City. Utah. Nov. 13
President Joseph F. Smith of the Mor
mon church today colobrated his seventy-fourth
birthday anniversary, sur
rounded by members ot his family
and the dignitaries ot the church. Mrt
Smith wns born In Far Wosl, Mo., In
1838, and at tho axe. of tern yoars came
to '8alt Lako Valley In tho Mormon
oxodus of 1818, After Waving lilted
virtually, all) ot oSees of the
church he waa called to presidency
In 1901 upon the death of President
' WILL MAKE HIS
I97lh Visit to Mt. Vernon
Monday, Nov. 18th
Ii ih Tmamt M Untie hmmm r hm UH&olt.
On. OUo Stato UalmHT. Btarfiiur H allal Col-
wwrai wn or nwmmut, w mn vt
n and UnlrarmltT trmlala. Naril twantr ran
ijnja i tar Um ftgaOM at CHEOMC OUktASaS U
Symntoms Moot Common
ta chronla taBmnmwmtmm, rmmmxu, datpond
ran. alMili'unm. dtooocrmawmit. lack ( ambition,
f alHi-f ratuaory, caafoatonof Idaaa. poor circulation, haul.
4:na. ii I nil nam un ima Euan
1 Battering- of th. heart, walk and trombCiu llmlw.
otwh. Yanalla apiwtltaVchllla and OuMofhcat, thort
ia of hMth, waUiaft- of hand, and t mt, dr or alanunr
kliieoat! tonmia, bad toato In month, traa In stomach
n miww.. wat ii. wit hih umvvj ihni .autwinivr
hnpalrad vblon, plmplea, blaatlns and many ouiar aynir-
Impaired virion, pimple, buatinp and many othar aymp
toma inektont to dUaaiea ponliar to man and wom.n.
Tho vaat majority of man ana womon are drAciont In aomi
rtjoptict. Many ara not oxactly alck, but aome chronic af
faction la aspplng their vital force They attend to dally
duties but Ilia baa baeoma a drag and fctt much of Ite
Every Afflicted Man and Wsman
should bjM thoM jrroptora. Ttwtyaramtttro'ouarnlntr
tliat Mnotiiiaiti i wronir-H. cry for bolp. Tomporsr;
rrltef U not loiUcfent. Tito cium most M dlscovcnxJ
Ksmamlmv that nnriy evy cfcroitft d-MM, If talc
tn in ttmt. con bo cured by proper homo treatment.
N'gwrt only lewit to mora s-arlooi result-. Do nut put
off matter of nodi vital ImportonM. fiuceeosor fallorf
In Ilfa depend, on yoar phyaleai and mental condition.
Ho matter what the tHanuw, Ita muna or naturo. If It Ih
chronic and susceptible to bomotrvatmentyou aro lurftul
to rail or write remrdlav It. Rrcrytblmr eooAdontlul.
CocAultation. fnaaunation uii advWi free,
DISEASES OF WOMEN
Nlnoty PT cent of women naffer from aome form of f i
lfanv. In Mnvt. ar livini mWni lr.
appy Uvea, Do not let modnrty deatroy your bcallh.
pie boafj treatment, of the proper kind. If uiw, In
b wlD urivant 0011000 enmnliiiauona that muv laul to
iH j . i i .;"?: v. v. .: ' t r. Ti.;
Himple bonpj treatment, of the nromr kind. If uieO f
time win prevent eertoue eoraplioaUona that may lead to
tho nfeawtty of ikuicerouo operationa and exiKiutvo ho--pitai
treafananit. Dr. VokVn '1teatmvnt at homo rUn"
m not a tvro-eJr remedy. Each case In troutod aepa
EAdita aaph IndlvLttiBJ. Nf
Md rilaMsiTTlllal KtaHsafUalal UW
Eta and can be uaad in nrivacv. llnra than ane-h&lf
a- is.t'i. -T-aj . - '"si'mrrs-mm "--- z-
1 aWiarBSdnaaVKM) Vr IflBVIV
y ure wititlad ta sqiiaro denL Dr. Yoke wmnU evrry
, brokan dowa, dlacoa
ranMa hv Imwiraaaa. i
contagion, tncanpottnt traatrnaator ncalact to road hu
bnokon aa hriUna antltlcd -'a WJJalala.'. AaMoa ta
Ma a." Oantalna Infonaatlon that avtrjr parent ard
ronna maa anauld know.ako dlractiana for homo trcat
munt that tll cor many.aSUetad man Ithoot oooton.
droca or ananaa. Thla bank doaa not adTortlaa any
doctor, nMdtcatnrm.arpatantBMidWliw. lUaadiqpialn
p. haa mad. rasalar moothlr That, to thla eomawnltr lot
Sftoannara and Naa aat.liM.had a parmaOOTt Metier
.. " fww "BW-ail W anroo. oat
an pracwmiir.au. aja aca u tiw
FT " do taodwork. fil
That Dr. Voka Invjtoi acarcnlnt; loraattiatlo
and mcthoda, that hat beat rcfaranMn ar.hU
and patlanta, tho raaattof nttcon roar, pn
ll. many friMub
ara Bractlca In thb
ara ao fair and raaaonabk
tliat tha pooreat working man or woman Mod not hwl
t for tnatnicRt. Moat Important of all. f o
arm.ni untu complication or conipl.tr col
rout, mtira tJian a compluta coorro of tTcatnunt.
W rite f ;r (roe UooMU, "rracUcnl Booto-Uom on Upw
to Keep WcJI.M
m HMUmmmm nx. coaaafuiarCA-nOKS TO
370 Wear sixth avc. Columbus, Ohio
Mrs, Lyman Pan Ish ot Danville Is
vUltlng with her daughter, Mrs. Earl
Bperry, who resides Just wost of this
fJarrr-Sra) and atfSra
rauaa M laaam aariaraaaoo aiarwaara. waat tnrcc
yPyjaXaaaanat oSd" laall "n,'fjgtr0,u
aaaatlaSuJft una akfrpSa iirootaSQ.arairl.iaoV
Muan, Sbjhv or Jaa aM ur ajiBJpanadaY'.atir
ra M 4 faralahad "oat tba ncd U
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