The World is Now Depending Upon
INSURANCE More Than Ever B°fore.
There are different kiudsof Insurance, such a* lire, lie,
accident and health insurance; but the mo t important in
surance to you just now is that which secures against loss
your hard earned .'f ON ISV. The Bank of Ma.vsville li e
THAT KIND OF INSURANCE. It is known as DISCOS
ITOIv’S INSURANCE. It '> composed ot'a fund amount ing
to $370,( 00.00 made up by the tanks composing wind is
known as the Witham banking System. The bank of
Maysville is a member of that system. The fund is on
deposit with some of the stro >gest banks in the U.S. and
is available at all times to protect our depositors against the
possiivlity of loss.
The Cashier will take pleasure in explaining this IN
SURANCE TO YOU.
We Solicit Your Business
J. A. Sarhak, President, H. P. Camp, V. P.
M C. Sanders, Cashier, Du. E. C. Jackson, V. I*
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 com
posed 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
The Woman’s Tonic
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, I 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.
Has Helped Thousands.
USEFUL HOLIDAY GIFTS
In Our Big Stock You will Find an
Immense Showing of the Finest Kind
of Christmas Gifts.
Cravats Hose Shirts Umbrellas
Caps Hats Mufflers Gloves
and Hundreds of other articles that will make
USEFUL CHRISTMAS GIFTS
Of the Highest Quality
Will be Sold at RocK Bottom Prices for the
next 30 DAYS
Mrs. X V. isnitb,
9AMIS CfUNTY fOURNAL, BOHEMIA.,
i When Will the Hall
Road Commission Aci
Our streets have been full of
ge.v-ip amt mmol’s for several days.
: 1 Here has been no little amount of
speculation gi iug on among the
people of limner and surrounding
noun try lor the past week in le
gal its to w ii.it disposition the K.
| it. Commission would make in re
sard to the application of thj
the Lula 11 tuner K. 1L Some peo
ple advance the idea that it will be
turned down by the Coaunissiou
for political reasons, and some
suggest there is someone lighting
the application undercover, and
some claim that the Commission
is sore on banks county because of
'u.i'uo delcilt itt the of K.
It. < ommissioners, and si me thiuk
that the Commission is inclined to
be sore at the Engineer because
they have not been able to under
derstaml clearly his reports. And
others think the Commission
Board should have at least one
good experienced Engineer on it.
Some are of the opinion that ape
tition should be gotten up and pre
sented to the governor asking his
assistance iu getting a speedy do
vision from them on the matter.
s inee preparing the above for
print, Mr. I). Cl. Zeigler has re
turned from Atlanta. While
there he had a conference with the
R. K. Commission and he hai as
siired the editor that the Com
mission is anxious to give the
matter quick and favorable action
but they have not been supplied
with such iminis ms are required
by law, which they must have be
fore they can act. This Mr. Zcig
ler and 1 lie attorneys will luruish
as soon as it can be prepared and
Mr. Zeigler feels that the action
will soon be final and favorab'e.
w To Give Quinine To Children
’"TIRILINK Is the trndc-mnrk nntne fflven to on
ipi oved Quinine. Itisa Tat tries* Syrup, pleas
.t lo take and does not disturb the stomach,
ildren take it and never know it is Quinine.
'No especially adapted to adults who cannot
ne ordinary Quinine. Does not nauseate nor
iue nervousness nor riinj:ng in the head. Try
■ t the next time you need Quinine for any pur
pose. Ask for 2*ounce original package, Tht
name PJ£B&II,INK is blowu in bottle. 25 ccuti.
THE RANGE ETERNAL
A Salesman from the Factory of the
ENGMAN-MATTHEWS RANGE CO.
Two Generations of Maleable Range Builders
South Bend. Indiana,
will show you why it
any other range on the market. He will also give you a useful Cook
Book and an interesting souyenir. A SIO.OO set of Cook
ing Utensils goes with each “Range Eternal”
purchased at the store of
C.W.M c curdy
FROM DEC. 3 TO 9 1914
Judge W. W. Htark, of Com
merce, was iu town Tuesday.
Mrs. 8. L. Hagan spent one day
last week with Mrs. Joe Jolly, of
Col. J. B. Q. Logan and Mr.
Seaborn Chambers were In Com
merce Tues lay.
Rev. John H. Wood will preach
at Bethany church Dec. 21th and
at night also.
Mr. Newton Turk, who Is In
school at Nacoochee spent Thanks
giving with his parents, Mr. and
Mrs. L. N. Turk, of this place.
Miss Miriam Hill spent last
Wednesday night with Miss Ad
die McCoy, of Boshvilie, and at
tended the rabbit barbecue at L.
A most delightful musical enter
taiment was rendered at the Alex
ander hotel Tuesday evening.
Mr. John Pe due, a traveling
salesman sang many of the latest
songs to the deli all present.
Miss Mvrtlo C ><>k, our ac
complishe tin a _• teacher assist' 1 1
Mr. Perdue .oh piano and vmm
music. Instrumental music wr
made by Miss Miriam ii.d on
piano and Col. Oscar T> > n on
A Prestolight from an auto
mobile. Thought to be lost be
tween Homer and Maysville.
Finder will please leave it at
Hill & Brown’s store and receive
N. E. Galliqher.
The acts of the Legsslature of
i!) 1 1 and all the other acts arc
j i.ly for distribution to the J. P.’s
aid Notary Publics. Call and get
them at once.
T. F. Hiu,