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COTTAGE PROVE SENTINEL, THURSDAY. MAY 15, 1924
a j ars at Chautauqua
Sparkhn¿ CcmeJy Feature on Fourth Night.
States 58-Year-Old Oklahoman,
Who Says Korex Com
pound Made Him
My rheumatism of years’ stand
ing has not bothered me since I
started taking korex compound,”
says Harry G. Thompsou, of 1932
W. 30th St., Oklahoma City, ‘‘and
I feel over so much better in every
way. A week ago I was completely
played out. Today I am gaining in
weight and I can now work outside
in all kinds of weather. Korex is
better than a fountain of youth. I
feel twenty years younger.
The beneficial effects of korex
are healthful, natural and lasting,
according to enthusiastic users.
Thousands the world over are now
taking it to relieve aching muscles,
poor circulation, rapid decline, loss
of appetite, premature old age and
general run down, played-out condi
tion. Korex may now be had in
Cottage Grove at Kern’s for Drugs,
according to the American distrib
utors of korex compound.
In ‘Tablet Form
A mosquito lays forty eggs a day.
John D. says there is more happi Some people get happiness out of
It might be well to let a few of ness in comparative poverty than in making others unhappy.
them run with your hens for breed riches. We can all at least think of
bow much he must envy us.
A tyrant around the office or
shop is often a meek “yes-my-
A happy home robs a man of the
There has to be a nigger in the dear” fellow around home.
ambitiou to rise to places of honor woodpile to givo color to some of
and glory in the nation that can be the stories we hear.
There is no use arguing with the
loud talker. You couldn’t convince
attaiued only by the sacrifice and
breaking of tend« ier home ties.
An angel of a wife is one who hint in a thousand years that he is
• • •
sees to the worldly comforts of her wrong and you couldn’t learn any
A startling lie attracts attention spouse.
thing from him in twice that length
where the truth would not—but is
♦ * *
it worth while 1
An elector will vote for a man
An apostle of painless dentistry
for public office whom he wouldu’t
The knocker doesn’t know what allow in his home overnight for fear now accompanies his bill with an
he is driving at.
he might steal the silverware.
A boy at home is worth two run
ning the streets.
A man hanged himself with his
necktie a few days ago. Probably
made up his mind that he would tie
a four-in-hand successfully once in
his life anyway.
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The keeper of the Philadelphia
morgue has quit his job. He proba
bly discovered that he was the only
live one left in the Pennsylvania
Nothing makes a man grow like
putting him into a big job.
A beautiful, ease-loving, irresponsible wife who sends her English
husband out with the children’s pretty governess, and a sensible Ameri
can brother who straightens out the tangled family affairs, are the char
acters around which that delightful sparkling English comedy, "The
Mollusc” Is written. It is to be presented at Chautauqua by the Clark-
Browne Players of New York. George Clark and Laurette Browne will
be remembered as having the leading parts in the productions, “It Pays
to Advertise” and “Turn to the Right.”
"The Mollusc” is so named because the central character of the
play is of mollusc tendencies—gets everything out of life by letting the
other fellow do the work. The comedy was first produced In America
by Charles Frohman and also had a long run in London where it was
Immensely popular. The Clark-Browne Players are professionals of
high standing and will give a clever presentation of this well-known
comedy by Hubert Davies.
Paul Vernon and His Chamber
Music Organization Comin
They Popularize the Music of the Masters.
Our sale is over. We thank one and all for their
liberal patronage and appreciation.
«fl Now for regular business.
Wages and the prices of many farm products are
lower. Prices of manufactured goods remain practi
cally the same. The only way we can lower our prices
to our customers is to take from our already small
There is no lux
ury in the cost of
Tires. The luxury
is all in the per
The Vernon Symphonic Quintet, under the direction of Paul Vernon,
will give two delightful programs of chamber music on the third day of
Chautauqua. Mr. Vernon Is director, principal violinist and violin solo
ist of the Quintet. Lloyd Da Oosta Jones, second violinist, will give
some delightful numbers on the viola d'amore, a sere instrument used
in mediaeval days. Alois Irnka is the ’cellist and William H. Cheese
man plays the viola in ensemble numbers. Blanche Webber Vernon is
piano soloist and accompanist
A brief talk before each number by Mr. Vernon explaining the com
position and its composer, the type of music and the effect of nationality
on music, is a feature of the entertainment which appeals to all audi
ences. It opens up a comprehensive understanding of the numbers
played, making them infinitely more enjoyable than they would other
At the evening concert, the Quintet will aoeoxnpany Frank L. Cowan,
BAGDASAR K. BAGHDIGiAN
ifoEST »N 1HE LONG RUbFQ
100% American Tells of "The
Making of an American" at
Bngdasar K. Baghdigian is a na
tive of Armenia, who came to this
country when a mere child to es
cape Turkish persecutions which
had deprived him of family and
home. Becoming enamored with
American ideas and ideals, he has
proven himself worthy by becom
ing a ‘‘100% PLUS” American. He
will point out the difference be
tween citlzenshlp and AmerlcaM-
PAUL V. VERNON HEADS OWN
COMPANY AT CHAUTAUQUA
Prominent Violinist Coming Soon.
Paul V. Vernon, who brings his
own company to Chautauqua. Is a
musician who has attained high po
sition in the musical world and Is
a firm believer In the ability of the
average American audience to un
derstand and enjoy really good
music. Ills explanations of each
number presented at the two pro
grams on the third day give intsr-
To do this we must shorten the time of credit and
increase our turnover.
IT To our old friends and customers we will extend
credit, by arrangement, as a convenience to them.
Prices must and will be reduced to our customers.
We have the experience, commercial standing and
capital to buy merchandise RIGHT and we propose
to sell accordingly. We will not buy low ends, seconds
and trash, but will carry good, first grade goods that
will satisfy our patrons.
To All Our Old Friends—We assure them they will
be agreeably surprised by the lower prices we will
To Our New Customers—We ask a comparison of
the grade of merchandise we carry and the low prices
at which we will sell.
after every meal
Cleanses month and
teeth and aids digestion.
Relieves that over
eaten feeling and acid
Ils 1-a-s-t-l-n-g flavor
■alisties the craving lor
Wrigley’s Is doable
value in the benefit and
pleasure it provides.
Stal'd ta it* Purity
zntion—a thing we perhaps have
n >t thought of In separate terms.
And he v 111 wake us up to the
tiling* that should be done for the
naturalized citizens, and indirect
ly for ourselves. Don't miss this
'• tore. Don't let anyone miss it.
l->r- l.'.\ Tli-in Interested In the
nd future of bls country
esung facts about the type, nation
ality and cotnooser, and add ma
terially to rtte enjoyment and un
derstanding of his concerts.
The Quintet uses two vtoUns,
viola d'Amore. ’cello, and piano.
The viola d'Amore la a rare Instru
ment which was used In mediaeval
days and which practically disap
peared during the Seventeenth cen-