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STERLING, KENTUCKY, TUESDAY, APRIL 2, 1918. i"7i CLOCKS TURNED UP ONE HOUR INTERESTING The Daylight Saving 'Bill went to effect Sundny nnd nlllocks in tho United States wefo advanced one hour. There was some confusion in this city owing to all .of tho churches with the exception of the Baptist, going by tho old time. Business houses will open one hour earlier nnd close nn hour cnrlicr, thereby giving employes nnd proprietors nn hour more of daylight each day to enjoy as they see lit. In other words, business houses will now close at five o'clock by the old time instead of six. People nre rapidly becoming accustomed to the change nnd no more inconveniences arc expected. W. S, S. SAFELY IN FRANCE in- NUMBER 40 SUPERVISORS IN r. . CLAIMS YOfoW VICTIM Miss Lyllian Heinflch Died LETTER FROM at Her Hr Iff: !t V Parents Home Sunday Night From Cancer Miss Lyllian Ilcinricli, aged 34 years, died at tho homo of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Thomns Hein-ricSunday nigh- t- after several weeks illness of cancer of the stomach. Miss Ilcinricli was an exceptionally bright and energetic young woman and had been connected ivith several lnrgn institutions of learning in tho South. Posscssiong a disposition of rare sweetness she easily made and retained friends. She always took a deep interest in religious work and gave freely ,of Jiexmcans. time and talent to tho furtherance of tho work of her Lord and Master. That one so young should be called so soon is often hard for us to understand but Ho that doeth all things well, knows best nnd the sweet assurance that she is asleep in Jesus should bo balm to the hearts of tho stricken family. The funeral was conducted nt the residence this afternoon by Rev. E. L. Southgatc, with burial in Mach- pclnli. Tho Advocate tenders sin- l,,eere sympathy. h, fc, I "LITTLE DOCK" ELKINS Below wo reproduco nn interesting letter from Win. M., familiarly known to a host of friends ns "Lit-tl- o Dock" Elkins. Mr. Elkins ns n member of tho American Expeditionary Force and wns nmong tho first United States troops landed on French soil. Tho letter follows: "Somewhere in France" MARRIED MEN WITH CHILDREN PLACED IN CLASS FOUR The district board nt Lexington Inst week passed on n number of cases which had been appealed from this county nnd according to their ruling it appears that all married men with children, regardless of their finnncinl condition, should bo placed in Class 4, while mnrricd men without children will have to go in Clnss 2. The following men hnd their appeals allowed and wcro plnced in Class d: Qarnctt Chennult, Harry M. Hadden, William Eubank, Jr., Stanley Thomns, Urcy Woodson Henry, R. L. Bnrnnrd, William M. McCormick, Beall Hadden, II. B. Turner, Fisher Mnrk, Vivian Faulkner, J.1C. Gaits!::!!, Ccc.rgs McAlister, Charles Rcis, Ellis J I. Sayler, T. Badger Robertson, John D. Henry, W. C. Tabor, Norman D. Ilorton, Roy Byrd, K. N, Dellnven, SESSION Ma$h 7, 1918. Sister and nil of you: This letter leaves me well nnd all right again. I wns in the hospitnl for two weeks hut nm now with tho battery again. Wo have been nt tho front nnd had lots of experiences, nnd have seen lots of sights. I hnvo been in three battles with tho Huns and defeated them. Tho Huns don't like the Americnn soldiers, they say wc nrc crazy. I don't know how lone we nre to stay here but is as good a plnco ns we can be. It is cither mining or snowing here most of the time. I have not heard from any of you for a long time. How is D.id7 Why clout he write, would like to fienr from him. There is lots I could tell you but the censor will not' let me. So will with love to all. say good-by- e Your brother, . WM. M. ELKIN, Gth Field Artillery Battery A, A. E. F., via New York. W. S. S. h t. f '5 . A f Lt ? PROMOTED TO MANAGERSHIP Mr. "William II. Blovins, who has been connected with tho Kentucky Utilities Company for jnany years rWhas been appointed manager of that concern succeeding Mr. Luther M. Redmond, who has resigned to go into business for himself. Mr. Blovins is an expert mechanic, a plens-nand affable gentleman nnd will niak ean excellent man for the position as he has a thorough under standing of ever detail of tho business. Wc congratulate Mr. Blevins upon his selection and tho company upon the promotion of so worthy an employe. W. S. s. BUYS NICE COTTGAE Mr. William S. Carrington has bousht of Mr. W. S. Smnthers his cottage on Elm street now occupied by Mr. and Mrs. Foster Rogers, and will get possession about May nt Word has been received from Mr. M. Stanley Brown that ho has ar "bomowncre satcly in rived Mrs. J. C. Shoemaker bus France." also received a card from her son, E. 0. Shoemaker, saying that he has arrived in France. Last week word was received that Tom Coyle had safely arrived on French soil. These additional arrivals make quito a little colony of Montgomery boys now in France nnd news from ench nnd every one of them will bo anxiously awaited by their mnny friends nnd relatives back home. ' W. S. S. PROF. YOUNG NOT TO LEAVE HERE UNTIL DRAFTED The statement which appears in other columns of this paper tot the effect that Prof. Duke Young, instructor of English at tho locnl High School hnd gone to New York where he would be stationed in tho gas defense lnbratorics, is incorrect'.' Prof. Young had enlisted in this servico but was informed Sunday that no men of draft age would at this time be accepted for government service nnd that ho would have to wait his turn in tho draft. w. s. s. VANSANT PROMOTED Fred Rushford, Judson Anderson, Reid Ledford, Albert Atkinson, Richard R. Thompson, Arthur B. Hilton. S. D. Hall was placed in Class 4 on .his ngri cultural claim and W. Clell Cockrell in Clnss 3. The following nrc those originally placed in Clnss 2 and whoe appeals were disnlowcd, they being held in their original classification: Jesse A. Flora, Wick Childers, Robert Ilnydon, Webb Blevins, Walter Cunningham, Wm. A. French, Courtney v Ilorton. JOINS W. S. S. MEDICAL CORPS K Mr. James VanSant, who is stationed in Nebraska, has been promoted from second to first lieutenant. Young VanSant is n son of Dr. nnd Mrs. J. A. VanSant, of this -- W. city, nnd is a deserving young man S. S.- and' has many fricnas in this city icw The 32 colored boys drafted from who will be glad to learn of his 1st. w. s. s. this county, left hero for Camp promotion. Snlo of the Bigstaff brick resiW. 8. S. Znchary Taylor Saturday after- The Advocate for printing. dence will take place on April 3rd. noon about 5 o'clock.. All day Saturday the streets were crowded with ?m!szmeC5ssa!:4S)czsmS2Pmm aiWKiKSieSLCaWSSS -WSasa sasBw2Ea?. colored folks and tho demonstration given the departing ones equaled if SHADES not surpassed that given tho whito SHADES boys. All of tho colored boys were in tho best of spirits and seemed i eager to get in "tho big fray." They wcro in charge of Cato Fisher, tnu popular colored barber, and when tho train pulled out amid tho strains same. (of popular airs tho colored populaMr. C. B. Stephens has moved to tion of this city was liindo to real- - tho residenco ho recently purchased izo lor tuo llrs,t time tiio sung or Dcjtox, Crex, Axminster, irom Jill's. Charles llutupurics on .! tho present war. Mattings Harrison avenue. w. s. s. W. S. S. SELLS FINE TROTTER SPEAKING PUBLIC Mr. Nat Young, Jr. last week sold Clay, ot Rogers lion. William tho fine trotting Ally Arris to nn eastern capitalist for $2,250. This Frankfort, nnd Hon. John G. Winn, filly is by tho great stallion J. Mal- of this city, will spenk nt tho Court 9 ft. x 12 ft. Axminister Rugs $25.00 to $37.50 colm Forbes and is considered one House Saturday nftemoon nt 2:30 9 ft, x 12 ft. Velvet Rugs 20.00 to, 27.50 of the handsomest as well us ono o'clock in tho interest of tho Third 9 ft. x 12 ft. Brussels Rugs 15.00 to 22.50 are of tho best racing prospects in Liberty Loan. Both gentlemen 9 ft. x 12 ft. Deltox Rugs 9.98 to 12.50 good speakers nud wo trust that tho Kentucky. people will show tho intorost thoy 9 ft. x 12 ft. Crex Rugs W. S. 8. 7.50 to 10.00 SELLS FINE JACK tOiould by turning out in largo numEXTRA SIZE RUGS Mr. A. F. Wyntt has sold his fliiQ bers to hear them. Tell your neighn bors nnd friends. mule jack King Edward to Mr. 11 ft. x 12 it. $35.00 up. W.S. S. Myers, of Spencer Stntion, who 12 ft. x 15 ft. 37.50 up. Potatoes For Snel will make tho season there with Have thirty to forty bushels of him. This is considered ono of tho best mule jacks that over stood in potatoes for sale. Phono 173. 40.2t W. 3. a. Montgomery county. WYATT PROPERTY ,' W. S. 6. FAILS TO SELL Cow For Sale - CALLED TO THE COLORS Mr. Howe Thompson, son of Mr, and Mi's. J. W. Thompson, of this city, who bus been making his home at Carnegie, Pa., since his marriage several months ago to Miss Ncttyo Richardson, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John F. Richardson, received orders last week to report at once orps. for duty in the engineering Mr. Thompson left Sunday for Camp Upton, located nt Long, Is land, N. Y., nnd expects to be sent to Franco in the near future Mr. Thompson has previously served several years in the navy and was present nnd participated in tho battle of Vera Cruz. W. 3. S. Don't forget to attend tho . Big-sta- ff residence and lot sale- Wed nesday, April 3rd. ft RUGS Velvets, Brussels, ' ,Mr. A. Tabb Bassett has resigned a splendid position with a large New York house ns travelling and joined tho medical corps of the United States Army applauded and each arid every of this city; Margaret Porter, Mary, e, and will be stationed at Fort child did its --part well. A collection Clifton L., Jr., Elizabeth and . -v of Lexington, and a sister,' Mr. the "present." tMr. was taken for the children's misfor Bassett has been here visiting his sionary society which amounted to G. Slaughter Guinea, of Muskogee, Okln. parents for the past few days and ifSS. w. s. s. Funeral services were conducted will .leave for camp shortly. Mr. Wanted to Buy, a Farm this afternoon nt the residence of Bassett is a registered pharmacist, Desire to purchase a farm of 75 his son, C. L. Thompson, by Rev. J. the drug thoroughly understands to 100 acres, not over six miles from W. Porter with burial in the family business and is competent nnd reliable. Ho has many friends here who Mt. tScrling on turnpike. Anyone lot in the Lexington Cemetery. We join friends in tendering symwill be interested to learn of his having such for sale leave word at Advocate office. Possession must pathy to the bereaved family. new venture nnd will be proud of W. S. S the patriotic motives which prompt- be given at once: W. S. S. RECEIVES COMMISSION ed his to volunteer his services to ., BUYS BUILDING LOTS Mr. Spcnce Summers Cnrrick, of his country. w. s. s. Mr. Taylor Fitzpatrick bought tho Lexington, has received his combuilding lot of Gilbert Triplctt on mission nt Columbus, Ohio, ns sec- Notice Friends who have pledged or wish West High street nt public auction iond lieutenant in the aviation sec- to aid Rest Room please leave con- Saturday afternoon for $805. Mr. tiou of the Signal Reserve Corp. Mr. Cnrrick fa related to tho tributions at our room on or before Fitzpatrick also bought a lot to Mr. Paul Weckesscr, ad- llcrriott family in this city nnd hni April Gth. Country Woman's Club. w. s. s. joining the above lot, but facing often visited hero where he has WITH THE MOVERS Samuels avenue, for $000. Tho many friends who will be interestMr. nnd Mrs. J. Y. Rogers will Triplctt lot is nearly 100 feet wide ed in the above announcement. W. S. S. move this week from their rooms on High street. Bookkeeper and Typist Wanted with Mr. nnd Mrs. G. B. Senff to the W. Hoffman Wood had charge of Young man to keep books nud use lint of Miss Mnynic Miller on Mays-vill- e tho sale. typewriter. Good position for right w. s. s. will do light housestreet and Three Rooms For Rent On Syc- party. Muit be competent and fast. keeping. amore street. All modern 'conven- Apply nt office of Kentucky Utilities Mr. and Mrs. Daniel Boone hnvo Co., Mt. Sterling, Ky. rented tho Bittiuger cottage on iences. W. C. Glover. Sycamore street and litivo moved to repre-sentnt- in Lexington September 21, 1S42, nnd was therefore in his scvcnty-lift- h yenr. For a number of years he resided on a farm near Paynes depot W. S. S. in Fnyette county but moved to LexDont forget the sale of Bigstaff ington nliout ten years ago.' He was a residence property on April 3rd. w. s. s deacon in the Baptist clnirch to EASTER ENTERTAINMENT which church he liad belongod since The Easter entertainment given nt early childhood. Mr. Thompoifsery- tho Christian church Sunday eve- ed one term as magistrate in" Lexingning wns a most fieditabale per- ton under appointment of the 'govformance and Mrs. George R. Sny- ernor a few j'cars ago. He is survived by his widow, Mrs. der, who trained the children, de Bettie Roystcr Thompson; three serves a great deal ol credit ior sons, Dr. William R. Thomp-o- n, of the successful program rendcied. this city; Charles R. Thompson, The entertainment was composed of Songs and recitations nnd the man- president of the Gentry & Thompson ner in which the children acquitted Co., and Clifton U. Thompson, presi themselves was highly apperciated dent of the' Lexington Dry Goods grandchildren, !)) the large audience. The patriotic Company; also eight numbers especially were heartily Malcolm D., Cynthia A., and William, one-sixth. Under the law recently enacted by the legislature, County Judgo E. W. Senff has increased the membership of tho County Board of Supervisors, which is now in session, to six, so that it is constituted of the following well known taxpayers: A. L. Tipton, Charles E. Duff, Ben W. Hull, John F. Richardson, Thomns N. Coons and Robert Howell. Those gentlemen will first assess all omitted property and then by equalization increase the assessment of tho county one million dollars in accordance with tho instructions of the State Tnx Commission. Notwithstanding the nbovo increase, it is thought the people will pay little more, if any, more in taxes this year due to the fact that the Fiscal Court has announced its intention of reducing tho county levy 10 nnd two-thirper cent, or DR. THOMPSON'S FATHER DIES Mr. Malcolm, Thompson His Son Dies After Protracted Illness at Home of Friends here will learn with regrer of the death Monday morning, at Lexington of Mr. Mnlcolin;Tliompson. While never a resident of this city Mr. Thompson wns known and 'admired by mnny of our people ns during the past 20 years he made frequent visits to the family of his son, Dr. W. R. Thompson. A courtly old gentleman of the old school)kml an considerate of the rights and privileges of others he was re- spected .nnd regarded by all who knew him. Mr. Thompson 'wns born ' ' j Gel-cst- WE ARE RIGHT ON RUGS DO IT NO W! i i V X X RUGS We have been able to contract for a large tonnage of coal to be received before June 1st. Come in and make y arrangements for your requirements as Government contracts will be required of all purchasers. You will T remember we urged our customers last fall to lay in a ? supply before winter. Do not be caught without coal I y again this year. Al-vi- The early bird catches the worm ? y ? y X ? RUGS J. H. Keller i RUGS McDonald Bros. Phone 3 i y nsmirrskmnsrm "' Good grndo cow with younff.calf Tho B. F. Wyntt property, which for sale. Apply to J. C. Qait&kill. was offered for snlo nt public aucPhone 721. tion Saturday, failed to sell. Mt. Sterling, Ky. ? - tX'MSMH HXX'X?X' K Lfs ju'r A. , " cBWflJWJPjffl for EJ Rmmif W -- I BKe7IKj I 1 1 ami Slow Tiraiiy. X 1 Thar U.S. restraint Bell rings wb en below speed. &Mk Ejtiiest to turn Easiest to wash. Easiest to assemble (tatercha&c-e- 7V able discs). ttfltt WtLL bbV m fjA Most Perfect Skimmer a 3fc Jf f I I LIGHTING PLANTS "U.S. light Daylight all time in home. Will wash, chain, fan, toast, supply eleem'c 9 flat iron, - Bright white Just Right'." yMWAHe- "i IS i rinM-atinff- - Jf m m4au cost low. A comfort srf i4rm m mil m CBEATIST THDiC OUT FOR THE FARM FOR SALE BV u7 ASK FOR FULL PARTICULARS AOMtS TM Ytw NNfT C0 Trijtett, ef tW city, . J. Liberty Loan the first The Thin! fdred a can! last week fre loan of 1918 will be the real test whelher America really means to on Th0"38 - Cy,c' ho WM m first draft . ihi. wr thranrii in victor- - Montgomery conntr contingent, announcing his safe arions ending or whether we are mere rival in France. Private Coyle has ly a nntion of "talkers," as been stationed at Camp Dix, New have repeatedly charged. Jersey, for several weeks in the The first two Liberty Loan drircs engineering corps. found us actively preparing for w. S. S. war and talking about what we were Dispatches state that in Pclro-gra- d going to do. The launching of the there arc pending 38,000 petithird loan finds 400,000 Americans tions for divorce. And well bet our in the trenches in Europe and nenrvj last summer's straw hat they arc ly 2,000,000 men under arms in mostly filed by women. Mighty few country. This would seem to indiwomen love o coward. cate that we understand the task W. 8. S. before us and have settled down to FrsJMfl the Lite the grim business of war. of your shoes by having them rewait a minute. But paired at O'Connell's Shoe Labra-torand 3,000,000 more, Maysville St., opposite Lloyd's These men, 33-their willing- - Cafe. who have declared Oin'ir lirps for the! mt-In Commissioner's Sale principles of liberty and democra- cy, must be fed .clothed and equip- jed. All agree thnt this must be MONTGOMERY CIRCUIT COURT OOYLE IN F&AUCE Ocr-mans y, 3E kr Pure Paint You can depend on paint made of pare white-lea-d and pure linseed oil. It gives greatest covering power and longest wear. Dutch Boy white-leamixed with pure linseed oiL makes weatherproof paint. d, Dutch Boy Phoenix Brand White-Lea- d tf For interiors, it assures a beautiful, smooth surface, easily washed. Any tint n and reliable. C. Duerson Whether you buy of us over the counter, by mail or by telephone, you will have our best service. Our stock is complete, W. S. Lloyd M. R. Hainline R. I. Settles Company Mrs. Lena Guilbert Ford, nutlior. of the immortal song, "Keep tho Home Fires Burning," was killed in a German air raid on London. was an American, nnd never but Americans will keep the fear home fires burning, and onr poet's song nnd her tragic fate will add fuel to the flames. Mrs.-For- CHEKAULT & QREAR, ML Sterling, Ky. done. But how many will really help do it! That Eastern fellow who When Billy Sunday finishes Chi- Billy ; convicted of assault and fined lor he wil go to France. kissing his wife against her will, needs ret and quiet. : evidently never heard of the old ry I nl i i adage, he "When a woman will, LOmilllSSlOner S J will, depend on't; and yon may and MONTGOMERY CIRCUIT C0URThen she won't, she won't J there's an end on't." PIt'ffs. Lee Carter, etc Sincle Uncle Sam has taken over Vs. Notice of Sale in Equity j the railroads he can sympathize Vi. T. Filzpatrick, etc Defts. with the fellow who buys a seconU- T? tntfiia rtf a ItliWtnonf fin1 . .hand car. It's'not in the original . f. order of sale of the Montgomery' uu-- i, i :.- - : t. ...'.1. I ii ill liiu ujineeii. Circuit Court, rendered at the January Term, 1018, thereof, in w 6 tie above ranee, the undersigneu wiM, on the .vssss? of a. 15th Day of April, 1918, tTgnieo, af oho o'clock, P. 3L, or thereabout, j liV N cr ccrL The way we answer that question will be the acid test as to whether was we are real or merely "talking" pa-trio- Iuncaid, Gd'n. Vs. Allen Kincaid, ct al. V. B. Pl'tfTs. Land & Priest .Deft. LOCAL BOYS DOING WELL Notice of Sale in. Equity By virtue of a judgment and order of sale of the Montgomery Circuit Court rendered at the January term, 1918, thereof, in the above cause, the undersigned will on the 15th Day of April, 1918, at 1 o'clock p. m., or thereabout being Court Day),' in Montgomery county, proceed tp offer for sale at public auction to the highest and best bidder, on a credit of six and twelve months, at the Courthouse door, In Mt. Sterling, Kv., the propert' described in the judgment in said cause, which is as to-w- it: oaie ' After taking all the bonds you can afford as an individual heres another thing you can do: If or belong to a fraternity, lodge, of any kind that has organization money in its treasury, start a move to have the funds invested in Liberty Bond3. There is no safer investment and these bonds will help feed and clothe the boys at the front and supply them with ammun follows, Said land lies in Montgomery county, Ky., on the Donaldson pike, some eight milos from the citj of Mt. Sterling, bounded as follows: TRACT XO. 1 Beginning on the Ewrfcon PorfJrr Benedy (boteg Conrt Day), proceed to of- -' southwestern side of the whole tract VST ? J latbi!riaklnc watrdttrlactb iI firitttdrt.'rcp.clKrtr,o at letter "II" on the plat, corner to fer for sale, at Public Auction, to irenea. roup ana comj. a can't. DOttle KavE- - JIfH0010TIBM. lot A, at a stake or set stone near of'1 tke highest bidder, oil a credit ttnm. At draccit or br da.1 W. S. S. w. s. s. S. E. of a locust tree; thence with six mouth, at the Court 'Houcj MT. STERLING PROOF NOTICE A (a straight line) S. 42 the line of Sold by W. S. Lloyd deer, in Mi. Sterling, Ky., the' Xoticc is hereby given that the E. 35V poles to I, a stake at the IrofM!rty mentioned in the judgShould Convince Every Mt. Sterling west edge of the rock or metal of Mt. Sterling Bottling Company, inWe have For Sale ment, oike, at the northern part of the corporated, is closing up Its busiReader a large number of highly productive gate leading from said pike (a A tract of land in Montgomery well located farms, ranging In size ness and will on May 1st, 1918, of from' fifty to four hundred acres In Cppttty, Ky., on the water The frank .statement of a neigh straight line) S. 20 W. 332 poles to dissolve as a corporation. All perthe center of Slate creek and bounded by begin-HHj- g Oldbam and adjoining counties, good bor, telling the merits of a remedy, B, a point in or near the pike; . thence leaving lot A and sons having claims against it arc pikes, interurban service to Louisat a stake,' the northeast cor ville, excellent water and every con- Bids you pause and .believe. S. 41 E. 20.3 poles to C, a post of requested to at once present same ner of the tract of land at figure j venlence: land is adapted to orchard The same endorsement the fence nt and S. E. of a locust for payment. After the above date, 1; 'tfcence S. 10 W 110.04 poles grass, alfalfa, blue grass, corn, wheat By some stranger fnr away tree; thence with the old fence row the Undersigned A. J. Gatcwood, X. 3G 3 E. 35.4 poles to X, a stake to a stake at figure 2 in W. T. and clover, and is highly drouth Commands no belief nt all. who has purchased all the stock, For particulars write ot or stone in said fence row; thence Ktzjwtrick'js line and comer to Here's a Jit. Sterling case. DIXON & GOSLING, E. 15.7 poles to D, a stake property, etc., of said corporation, X. 40' with Perry's phone Thos. Perry; thence A Mt. Sterling citizen testifies. Lagrange, Ky. in said old fence 2.7 poles will continue to operate the busior line S. S5i E. 72.84 poles to a Home phone 102 and Read and be convinced. S. W. from center of said old dirt ness now conducted by it, as an (21-tf- ) P"tHt in the center of a water gap, Cumb. phone 35--J and 37-Vs. Scott Jones, insurance agent, road wny; thence leaving said fence but under the name of the thence o 'Bar to Marion Carter; says: "Several row along, near and with said old Mt. Sterling Bottling Company. 02 Queen street, K. 134 polen to a post in the Highest Market Price Paid road way X. 30'j W. 3.3 poles to 2, a X. 3 Mt. Sterling Bottling Company, j ears ago my kidneys got out of stake; thence X. 38 W. 52.1 poles fence in W. T. Fitzpatriek's line;' dull incorporated, order. I bad soreness and " .for to F, a stake or stone 10 or 12 feet W. 10.04 poles to nj thence X. 80 A. J. GATEWOOD, By aches across my back. My kidneys X. E. from said Donaldson creek; min-- J stake; thence S. 13 deg. 52 acted irrecularlv. nlso. I read of thence X. 72Vi E. 3 poles to 3 n President. and V. S'Kfi nulls to si stake:' nt "W. 1.7 poles 39-Bonn's Kidney Pills and bought stake; thence X. 12 'I thence X. 0054 W. 33.72 poles to w S. S oji the south-ca- st Drug to O, a stake at home at Land and Priest's Sullivan side of a passway 2.3 poles S. ED. FLANAGAN DEAD tin beginning, containing m nil 41: Store. This medicine cured me and 5G& W. 25.3 poles to the point of ncrcx, 3 rood aul 17 pole. From W. Locu.t Street The body of Edward Flanagan, Mt. Sterling, Sy I wns again sound and well. I have the beginning, containing 12.7 acres the- above described tract of lund, formerly of this city, who died in U3J. Phone: Office. 47. had no kidney trouble since' of land. Being the same land conhowever, there in to be deducted 4 -- iyr Chicago Sunday after n long illness, Price COc, at all dealers. Don't veyed to Allen Kincaid by a deed acres of land set apart to Fannie dated the 18th day of April, 1010, arrived here Wednesday and was simply ask for a kidney remedy Dragoo and Clayton Dragoo, lying Deed interred in St. Thomas cemetery nf-te- r . record in Commissioner's get Doan's Kidney Pills the same of Book 3, nt page 204, Montgomery insklo of the above described tract brief services at the grave by thnt Mr. Jones hud. Foster-MilbuCounty Court Clerk's office, as the Rev. Father Rohrer. Mr. Flanagan of land and which is bounded us 40-2- t Co., Mfgrs., Buffalo, X. Y. interest inherited by his mother, wns nbout thirty-si- x follows: years of ngo W. S. S. Phcbe Moore Kincaid. Tho point of beginning in said nnd wns a native of Xicholas coun;H GAS DEFENSE LABORATORY TRACT tXO. 2 Lies, near tho 4 srruH is nnrurtuuicd by beginning ty, lie was a nephew of Mr. John Prof. Duke Young, instructor of above tract and is bounded by t tho northwest corner of the ennt a set stone, corner to said Flanagan, of Paris, who for several English at the Mt. Sterling High 38 E. 49.7 years managed tho Bautnout Hotel tire trait of laud nt figure 1 on School, left Friday for Long Is Allan Kincaid lnnd, X. poles to n set stone nenr the pike in this city nnd was associated for V. 51.48 poles lat; thcuco S. 10V2 land City, X. Y., where lie will be about 3 poles from tho center of to a stake; thence S. 79 E. 5.21 ftationed in tho gas defense lab- the pike; thenco up tho brnnch S. a while in the management of the C. pole to the beginning corner of the oratory of the Medical Corps. Prof. 31'. E. 1C poles to a set stone, hotel. For some years deceased had I ueruM, a stake; thence running Young rccontlv applied for enlist- corner to lot Xo. 2; thenco with the been mnking his home with relatives from said stake S. 79 E. 43.2 poles poles in. Chicago. Mr. Flanagan has many ment in tho photographic section of lino of lot Xo. 2, S. 50 W. 45 to the point of tho beginning, con- old friends hero who will learn with to a stake; thenco X. 17j E. 15.08 Old Postoffice tho Signal Corps, but that branch taining about 44 ncrcs of land. deep sqrrow of his death. polos to n stnko; thence X. 7!) deg. to wns full and lie, was assigned Being tho same property inherited W. S. 8. tf miniitofj V. 43.2 poles to n stake; ' the gas defense section of tho Med- by said Allen Kincnid from Susan Stable for Rent." tlionco S. 10'o W. 15.28 polos to a ical Corps. Prof. Young is a native llnrdnman, deceased, allotted to Stable on Main street near Adslake, the beginning comer, leaving of Carlisle and is registered in tho him in deed of partition bearing See Pinnoy-Grigg- s vocate office. (22-lyto be sold 37 ncies, 3 roods and 17 draft. lie wns placed in Class 1 and date of 17th day of July, 1910, of Co. 24-- tf tilw of land. secured permission from the Nich- record in Commissioner's Deed Book W. S. S. T nt page 350, Montgomery County '. H purchaser will bo required to & Ohio olas draft board to join tho above 3, All honor to Captnin Archie Court Clerk's office. gl,' bond, with approved security, branch of the service. IhHins been The purchaser will bo required to Roosevelt! Thnt honorable' wound, Quickest Route Shortest and for mo payment of tho purchuso making his homo here since last give bond with approved security received while bravely battling nt to have tho force and effect money, September when ho nssumed his du- for tho payment of the purchase tho front will go along way toward Through Pullman Sleepers or n Replevin Bond, bearing legal ties at tho local school and has money to have tho forco and effect reconciling tho people hero at home to day of sulo, ilitortwt from the made many warm frionda in Mt. of a replevin bond, bearing interest to uiiy little peculiarities they may Washington, Ualtimorc, Philadelphia cent, from to law. Sterling whoso best wishes go with at tho rnto of six per and New York not like about tho Colonel. tho day of sale until paid. Bidder will ho propared to coin-pl- y hjm. Prof. Young's successor nt W. 8. 8. Purchasers will be propared to will be with thoso terms. A lien The Advocate "Stands for Oood Direct Route to Richmond, Va., Old tho High School 1ms not yet been comply with these terms. , rotftiuml on the land sold till all the fccuurcd. Point, Norfolk, Virginia and A lien will bo retnined upon the Printing." W. 8. 8. W. 8. 8. jiHwhaso money is paid. North .Carolina. laud sold until all tho purchase Wo hnvo permission to cnt mutIt has been suggosted that the Bond payable to undersigned. money is paid. Bonds shall bo mndo Two Through Trains to Louisville. ton. But Ijow are wo going to gqt XT, E. JONES, wildcat distillers are but oboyiug payable to tho undersigned. the government injunction, "Busi-nto- d the mutton unless we cnt the dog' "Muster Commissioner M, 0, 0, VT. E. JONES, Steel Equipment Dining Cars. 30-3- t (38.1yr.) as usual. that ate. tho sheep? 3p3t Master Commissioner M, 0. C. & 1 -- I Cures and prevents Diarrhoea wiiiie m, - a - nition. One thing is certain. We must come across or the Kaiser will. A bond will help stop him. And the bet place to stop Europe's madman is in Europe. Come across and the Kaiser Letters to relatives here from Russell Cox and Rick P. Thomas, both of whom arc stationed at Camp Stanley, Texas, in the third officers training camp, convey tho news that both arc doing splendidly but are working hard. One of the letters state that several young men who started in the camp sev eral weeks ago couldn't stand the training and were returned to their regiments at Hatticsburg. The two' local boys, however, arc sticking nnd are hopeful of receiving commissions when the camp closes on April 4th. Two other local boys, Robert Stoner and Carroll Jones, who were in the first draft conting. ent from here, arc also in an officers training camp nt Camp Zach-ar- y Taylor and apparently arc making good. d W. 5. S. Little Finland asked for a son of the Kniser as her ruler, and the Kaiser sent his armies ahead to bo, sure of the right kind of a reception for the kid. The Kaiser is wise ' the kid might get lost. Commissioner's Sale MONTGOMERY CIRCUIT COURT, Smith Hurt, et al Pltffs. Vs. Xotice of Sale in Equity Robert B. Hall, ct al Defts to-w- it: By virtue of a judgment and order of salo of the Montgomery Circuit Court, rendered at the January Term, 1918, thereof, in the. above cause, the undersigned will, on the 15th Day of April, 1918, i as 2-- at one o'clock, P. M., or thereabout, (being. Court Day), proceed to offer for sale, at Public 'Auction, to the highest bidder, on a credit of six nnd twelve 'months, nt the Court to-w- it: v 3 -- Pnilltpy Produce &Co. 4t G.D. - m be-gin- FISHER -- BARBER Building L. FISHER r) FOOT SPECIALIST Chesapeake R'y. House door, in Mt. Sterling, Ky., the property mentioned in the judgment, A certain tract of lund situated on the waters of Somerset Creek in Montgomery County, Ky., bounded," beginning at a stake in Burchett's AV. 27 poles line, thence X. 81 to. a post, comer with Asa Pieratt; thence with Pieratt's line S. 10V1 W. 110 poles to a post, corner with Mrs. Bettie Hunt; thence with Mrs. Hunt's line X. 89 E. 28.2 poles to n stake, corner with same; thence 9$i E- - 105 poles to the beginniug.'t . ' and containing 18 acres of land. There is a right of passway for the benefit of this land out ovcrr Mrs. Bettio Hunt's land to the pub-- f' ' lie road. . Being part of a tract of land1 conveyed to the Into Mrs. Lizzhji V Hurt by deed of record in Deed, V Book 33 at page 331 in tho Mont gomery County Court Clerk's office. Tho purchaser will bo required to give bond, with approved secur- ity, for tho payment of tho purchase money, to have tho forco nndV effect of a replevin bond, bearing ' legal interest from the day of snlef, V according to law. Bidders will bo prepared to com- - ' ply with these terms. A lien will bo" ' retained on the land sold till all the? '- purchase money is paid. Bond payable to undersigned. W. E. JONES, Mabter Commissioner M. C. C. ' Xi. -- w 39-- 3t Peiro-Mcn- ta TUe Quickest unci Most Effective Hemedy for Coughs, CoMs, Croup, Sprains, Bruises, Ctieps, Burns, Etc. U itf borbnt and inhalant, und when applied exteruallr produce marked effects, u Bveg mediate relief. price asc l'KTUO-MKNT- dt; Far Sals by W. S. Lloyd M fK 4 ar- - fjiftln r PUBLIC AUCTION Executor's Sale of the Handsome Brick Residence and 4jf w 4 vi j, In the Bigstaff 25 LOTS Sub-divisi- on V J of Mt. Sterling, Kentucky Ufjt mmaajI ah nnniiMJiiiM Rum i ifuuiiuuay hiigmiuuii, K at i huiieo 5T EPtUttsCa .ViS" o ,191 I 1:30 i '. o'clock sharp, on premises '1 r t '! a .A'v Ja ' . ' i" V.,4ii jr ' ki&'.. ' vr ' I j3lC5TFFOUpDlVIStOM i . I i I? T ' J '' 1 f ' f ) . ? I ' "" 7T7 i ,0 u, : . l. '( 4 j . J ' ' it ') I .u ". 77V.?- , I i- - . ,; ' n -- az"t K- rr ii t 4 31 J ' rt i A. c cp S i ? i I I - A Si tm I m. VI i JS I i N in I5 skkK 5 !i ? : I 'IV l Si -- J o o i v Trl Co. . V T i JUS - -- 772' - m: i& ilT"-'"-'?- ?' . .0 ' H i j M ! v. . : 8 i IsI : t."- - ,.)?,! , S Ji 1-- CO . "' ...I ' 'I a .;.' I - Til fc . . ! I ' 'A&v i Vn !l '!rJvV" .-- ii i.ii ;- - il i . . .. i s.i j h 'fvi 'v !.', .v; ,t','. ;. The will of Mrs. Mary E. Bigstaff directs that this property be sold, and acting thereunder I will offer same for sale: No's. 2, 3, i, Being Lots on Plat as Follows: 4 and 5 fronting on Maysville street, and ten lots fronting on Sycamore street. No. 7, 8, 9, 10, 11, 12, 14, 15, 16, 18 and 19 on Bigstaff Court, and Brick residence on Bigstaff Court. 4 TERMS: 1- -3 Cash, Balance in 6 and 12 Months With 6 Per Cent. Interest, or if Purchaser Prefers, All Cash If This property is in a most desirable residence section and has to be sold, so don't fail to be on hand promptly. ' - s&nt K. mmw ''T ! ' -- ! '" Rm v3- - Executor under the will of Mrs. Mary E. Bigstaff. 4 KER IM, a i L " Midi WILLIAMS tt KCLAtlU mriT an .. l Advocate Publishing Company INCORPORATED AMCJNCAM TUMI'S ARC ftCtf. . PUBLISHERS. MT. STERLlrfG ADVOCATE AS T ? - f, Entered in the PotioSice at Mt. Sterling SUBSCRIPTION 9! fcS" A SECOND WARNING " u ttCondbus mail matter Xnh T4 ONE DOLLAR AND FTFTY CENTS PER YEAR must accosapany order. No announcement inserted nntil paid for ,, - plant inferior corn, is a serious blunder, as the second planting is rarely erer a cees aad these are no times for careless farming. We should jrractioe "safety first" in everything, both as a matter of good sense and n disebarge f our datv as loyal citizens. "WJien Mk wewhrned our farmers against planting 1917 corn, wim-o- of ihorosgh'ly- - testing it and are rnore, thoroughly convinced of the this course now than ever, as practically all 1917 corn, wheneTtv"nas proTen to be Talneless, for seeding purposes. Fanaers in Fayette and other conn ties are holding public mass meetings to secure good seed corn, at a reasonable price, through Tbetf amc result caB be had br ordering it through our Jocal banks,' To Law IHmlMAsrg said he wosld eat dinner fn Paris on April 1st, the statement as an --April fool's joke. Here's hoping he dottbtlerH our beloved Persuing may tHrn the joke back on him by celebrating an Berlin on the fourth of July. Allied victory ronl While Governor Stanley said he feared the Thomas vagrancy bill vas unconstitutional, the controlling thought which caused its veto was doubtless his fear of its effect on the state house square. MMMMMMMMMNMMMRMSMMMMMMMIMI HI VW W life ft RnSal " V7 CUS! I -- M P X Hi I yiint-J- M outMystery Buy paint that you know is good paint that there's no mystery about. On the back of every can of Hanna's Green Seal Paint you'll find the exact formula of its contents. Thus you take nothing lor granted in buying Green Seal. It tells you just what goes to make up its ingredients. Haima's Green Seal is the good-wearing, good-looki- ng paint that expert painters prefer. Try it. SoldBj ' LAND & PRIEST Take our advice and buy NOW what you Vl- - . ,u J mirtaresW i fCTS are going to need in the way of Oliver Plowb, Cultivator? and Pulverizers, Mc-Cormi- Mowers and Binders, Hamilton j ill s& ZfL mmMrr-- (MM, Harrows or anything you may need this Spring in the Implement or Harness .Line, as it is almost impossible for us to get these goods any more, and if you wait too lone you may not be able to get what you want. Ti THC FINWT. that' J3rigalicr Ceaeral Roger anooHnceaeat troops wi8 actually fight haras who was sabjwted to a pby- steal examination last week, was side by side with, the French Bnti.h in northern France reach- - found by the examination board to ed the American troops last night be physically unfit for farther hhK-i- n service, the War Bepartatent Paris newspapers. It was greet-Stauc wwiu. CO wiui cnernng. iiic uitu dii ui oiuivouku jmi;iui. T go are envied by ue rest 01 ine recomaeaoea nxs retirement irons ITIfcfll Trfm j active service. General Williams American forces. , As they passed by on the .roads J commands the 72th brigade, 39tH they were speeded on their way with j division at Camp Shelby, Hattics-crie- s suh as: "Eat 'em up!" and! burg, Miss. By reason of service for SereaXaes BwM F 35 years in th eguard, with federal "Gee, you fellows arc in ruck." I Orders to proceed toward' the service combined, he won the rank plains of Picardy were received and commission of senior brigadier That's what ye wast, ad the Bttck eye will give you jut thai I from the French high command j general in the army last year cm fc Everybody wes the Buckcve three days ago, but until it was ' duty on the Mexican border. It was breeder and Hide breeders 16M chieks officiall yanounced no mention could ' while with Pershing at Colonia Dub- ' ayearoroaehuadrcdl Ian, Mexico, that he developed the be made of it Eadersed by Agricultural Colleges and The muddy roads again were jam- - (roubl ecansing his retirement. Gen- 4 Experuneatal Stations. med with Americans on the. move, eral Williams is now in Washing-- n The Backerc oeeratcs antoal!callv and can'l ro wrone. We arc to setc they were marching ton, but is preparing to leave for some cat-eef lis performance that wc araatee it to hatch more aad belter chicks than any other incubator, regardless of price. in double lines, taking up the road Lexington in a few days, Come in aad tee how they work or. wc will scad yoa a catalog; from side to side. For obvious rea- At the close of the first year ejscc sons, it is inadvisable to disclose the call for enlistment for army, where the troops are going, where figures obtained at the War De- tbey are coming from or even the partment show that 6,061 Kentuck-- j direction in which the movements ians answered the call to the colors are being made. It may not be many by volunteering. Thus volunteers PRES1YTERIANS NEW TEACHER AT day?, however, before the United from the Blue Grass State exceed-StatLOCAL HIGH SCHOOL SHOULD READ THIS i will know. It is possible that ed the draft quota by 1,4S3. Miss Alma Stephens, formerly, ,o Every Presbyterian, and every W. S. S. news will come with the report of at the Presbyterian teacher of Kenton county, nowot Buy a desirable building lot in attendant the American forces in action, bnt church, man, woman, or child, is Georgetown, has been chosen asjln.-Bigstaff addition. Sale Wednes- when that mav be is another sub-jinrged to be present at the church structor in mathematics nt the Gity day, April 3rd, beginning at 1:30. ject which cannot be discussed. tomorrow evening (Wednesday) at High School to succeed Miss. Nancy w S-- s Whenever it is, it is certain the 7:30 o'clock, to he- -r reports of the Pilchcr who has secured a clencaL troops will giv ea good account of j ENTERTAINS SEWING CIRCLE b year's work, and to enjoy a. social positiop nndcr the Civil Scrviceiin Shackelford themselves, for they are husky, j 3Dss PriscDIa , s. the Sewing hour and some delightful refresh-- the Treasury Department at completely lightfully entertained and trained If you have been saying thatjmgton. Miss Stephens is a young eqiupped and on their toes for a 'Circle at her home on Holt avenue churches ought to be more sociable, lady of scholary attainments fand clash with the enemy. If this lashilast Friday afternoon. here is your chance If the weather comes highly recommended by those w. s. s. should be in the open the" troops V What can I have to eat! Call.W is good, we ought to have a large with whom she has been associated: will like it better for they say: We particularly hope Shc assumed her duties here Mon "That's our game." All are deter- 0. Mackie & Co. They supply your attendance. the country members will come. Get day. mined to get into the fight if pos- needs in good wholesome meats and w. s. s. out your car and drive into town 40-groceries, fhone 8'J. sible. SALE AND RENTING w. s. s. enjoy a fine social hour, that night, Quiet on Battle Front . Milch Cow for Sale. partake of refreshments, hear the Bead the Eubank sale and rent Little fighting of importance has Big fine cow giving plenty of milk latest war news, and get home by ing advertisement appearing in; thus bene reported north of the Sommc, of good quality. Heifer calf two early bed time. We are going to look issue. Don't overlook it. '. while below thai river in the '' vital w. s. s. V,. "W. E. Bean, weeks old. for yon. Can't you give your church section of Morcnil the situation A good steak cut right is sure v to Phone 022 this one hour! much the same as venter-daW. S..S. be tender, why worry. Call Mackie," W. S. S. The probabilities are that ,thp Buy Miller Creek Coal from McSale of the Bigstaff brick resi- phone 82, for extra gbod steaks and quite readyfor an- Donald Bros. None better. enemy was-n-ot 40-dence will take place on April 3rd. roasts. other big attack north ,of theom-me- , although the fact '!lat ne pt'" V rJ has th cmajoritv of his available there presages further activity and it may come at anj-- time. There are at present something like 40 divisions in the batttb zone north of the river, and about 37 engaged in the straggle further south. Ten of these have been used against the British arid the rest against the French Allies. The German guns are not all brought forward as yet. The Som-rn- e Ai ' battleground presents a very difficult terrain over which to move artillery and the indications arc that the next attack on the norm will bo a set affair with all the stago effects which require as many guns as possible can be rushed up. Thus far the enemy gunfire has been comparatively light along the zone of advance. Allies Holding Their Own During the past week the great As agent for Mr. Frank Gibbons, of Middletown, Ohio, I will offer for sale on the above battle on the western front has raged violently with the Germans date and at the hour mentioned his Handsome Two Story Frame Residence and lot and ExMftVEB Definite Kltff aa rr mm ii f i- mM I I From Every Hatchable A Chick 1. E&vtY INCUBATOR acver-failio- s BUCKEYE g - , s CHENAULT & OREAR es i be 't Wash-ment- J 2t vr 4 "ap-pear- y. 3t 40-2t- ns Elegant Two Story MODERN FRAME RESIDENCE AND BUILDING LOT AT mmW PUBLIC OUTCRY SATURDAY, APRIL 6, 1918 AT 2:30 O'CLOCK Don? Wait UntilThe Last Mioute Before Ordering roar duppiyUirnpezQejDfti Ft May'Be Too Late So come in and buy what you want and we will hold it for you ntil you need it. still on the offensive. The Allies have been greatly reinforced and have suqeeded in stopping the ad- -, vance of the Huns. The long range to German gun or guns continue pour shells on Paris and a number of casualties have been reported. The outlook for the Allies is decidedly brighter than it was a week ago and it is thought the next few days will bring forth some brilliant Allied victories. W. 8. S. Grass Land For Rent Seventy-eigh- t acres good grass PREWITT &&&yHVWrf&rrW j. 1 & HOWELL - 1. i i itrN G, (t ... KYI land, situated on Howard's Mill pike about five miles from Sit. Sterling, will be rented Monday (Court Day) April 15th, at tho Court House door at 2 o'clock p. m., to the highest T bidder. For further information call 833-Mrs. Rosa Leo Howard. 40-2t cellent building lot adjoining, located on Locust Street In Mt. Sterling, Ky. The residence contains large reception hall, parlor, dining room, kitchen and bath room on the first flow; and has nice front and reaf porch, with large pantry, and nice closet in dining Toonu On litre second floor are three nice bed rooms. The rooms are of large size, good and airy, well ventilated and the house is built out of the very best material and is on a limestone foundation with excellent cellar underneath. There is a good cistern, a good garden spot, cabin, small stable and lot, some fruit, and the lot fronts 52 feet on Locust street and runs a depth of about 160 feet to an alley. At the same time I will offer a nice building lot 49.6 on Lociist street and about 160 feet deep. The residence is one of the nicest in the city and could not be duplicated today for under ?5,000.00, outside of the lot. It is located close to churches and " schools and the business center, and has a tin roof, and is in good condition. 7 There is no better home in the city and if you want a good piece of property in which to live or one that will pay good interest on the investment this is your opportunity. Possession will be given within thirty days from date of deed, and the terms will be one-ha- lf cash due and payable in 12 months, the deferred payments bearing 6 per cent Yn and one-ha- lf '"' terest and secured by lien on the property sold. The property will first be offered in two tracts and then as a whole. This is your best "? chance. Get busy now and buy a good home under the hammer and go "over tho top," ' ' . See me for further particulars. Remember day and date and hour SATURDAY, APRIL 6, 1918, at the hour of 2:30 o'clock on the premises, 138 West Locust Street, Mt. Sterling, Ky. -- w " Buy your field seed,, any and all kinds from me. W. 8. S. MM mw Prices right and quality guaranteed. JOHN PHONE 642 Hr ROBERTS MT. STERLING. Strayed or Stolen from my place on tho Lulbcgrud pike, ono black gilt with yellow spots, weight about 135 pounds, nifl farrow 'in about 10 days. Any information will bo appreciated. Grovcr Anderson, it. V A Ml Ml N nun-MAMM MM) iffirrMii u iiifliiin nuuu Ml Ml Ml at ) MM.M. ". A.'' "The Man Who Sell Tli Earth" f- - WM. CRAVENS, Auctioneer Agent for Frank Gibbons 4? r- - i- - r ,VWWVfVTVVVWTW B '- " .y , Mr. Leo Conyors spent tho at his homo in OwingsVillo. Miss ragcJwcaJs undewoinrf .trcatnjeniWor A CORRECTION (, - M4 - r - H M-- THE SICK .x:"X:x-"XHX"X-t'X'- X" i Wo nro tyorry to report 4hat tho condition of Mrs. James II. Wood . Mr?CT'M. Perkins, of Louisville, ' shows slight improvement. is hero visiting her parents, Mr. nntl BURPfES . Mr. A. L. Laughlin, proprietor of Mrs. Prico Calk. 'it'',-k who has been Goodpaster, of tho"Bcnumont Hotel, Mrs. Sherman sick for the past few months, is MCDi Frankfort, is tho guest of her mothfi able to bo up. W C 'u er, Mrs, Thomas Johnson. SWEET PEA Mrs. George Anderson Jr., and Florence, the sweet little daugh4 ter of Mr. and Mrs. N. A. Wilkcr-so- n, children, of Winchester, visited rela' hns been quito sick for 'tho tives here for tho week-enpnBt few days. fc-fNASTURTIUM SEED of St. Mrs. J. C. MeChcsney, Tho many friends of Mr. 0. S. Louis, Mo., is here visiting her parsick Bigstaff who has been quite ents, Mr. and Mrs. B. F. Wyatt. will ho glad Drug for tho past few weeks, Miss Alice Young has x returned to know that hcJs able to be out Mayfevillo Street ?W"A J from a three weeks' visit to her Mrs. Jennie Thompson, who has ' brother, Mr. Tipton Young in Loius-vill- e. been dangerously ill of pneumonia nt the homo of her sister, the lntc AAWAMAAW Mrs. E. P. Woods and Mrs. Anna Mrs. Judith K. Howe, is much imB. Embry, of Stanford, nro thc proved. guests of Mr. and. Mrs. Grovcr C. Roger Q. Drake, Jr., little son of Anderson. Mr. and Mrs. Roger Drake, who had Misses Henrietta Coleman, Fan, his tonsils and adenoids removed by Mr. W. B. O'ConnclI, of Frank- nie Mildred Robertson and. Miss Dr. Doylo nt Wiinchcster last week, Dorothy Tyler, were at home from fort, spent Easter in this city. is getting along splendidly. college at Danville for the Easter Mr. Cnrroll Chcnnult, Jr., was at James Kinnird Dnnavcnt littlo holidays. home from Danville for Easter. t, son of Mr. and Mrs. Claude Mrs. J. D. Gay and Mrs. Shields ' Mrs. Samuel L. Taylor spent is ill of red measles at tho Gay and little son, who were exhomo of Mr. and Mrs. A. F. WheeEaster with relatives in Cincinnati. pected to arrive from a several , Mn E. It. Little, . of Fayette months' stay in Florida last week, ler in Lexington. Mrs. Dunavent is li'--i county, was in this city on husincss at the little fellow's bedside. i NEW CROP throat fr HiRUty r ' v .yj chapter of the Counto cil of National Defense wishes state that' tho patriotic picture to bo shown 'Friday at tho Liberty Theatre is1 'Hot given for the benefit of tho cbnptcr as advertised, but the proceeds go directly to the NaThe local tional Headquarters. chapter, however, commends tho enterprise and hopes everyone will sec the picture. The local THE GREAT HOG TONIC HOG-TON- E ff PREVENTS CHOLERA On sale at LLOYD'S DRUG STORE MT. STERLING, KENTUCKY 11 J i I i 1 ItlH'l' t"H"H"M.. M-H-- ttWH sn- d. TOM TUCKER Will make the season of 1918 at my old homo five miles east of Mt. Sterling, ono mile northeast of Camargo, at the old James McCor- mick home, on dirt rond leading from Cnmargo to Spencer. $10 to Insure Living Colt iUoncy duo wlicn coltfcomcs, marc parted or bred clscwhjBrc. Tom Tucker is a vcryf' handsome Pcrcheron Draft Horse, 10 hands high, will weigh 1500 pounds. JIo is a dajjple grey. Ho is a perfect specimen of draft horse in every particular with great bone and substance and must be seen to be ap- K torso's Store Auction Sale r. -- ( tM rtw WMMAMM ! OF MODERN TWO STORY RESIDENCE -- Holt Avenue, Mt. Sterling, Kentucky PERSONALS I Saturday. April 6, 1918 2 O'CLOCK P. M. -- ft. Saturday. Sergeant ittj-".- : p. Hedge Morris home from Camp Taylor week-end. was at the ior j fj-- i n ( PS? V,- - , tg? I ' oi 1'oiicc james u. iipion 13 at not springs, vrK., ior a iew weeks' stay. ' Miss Mildred jOatewood waSj at home from Nazareth College for the Easter, holidays. Mr. and Mrs. Clayton Howell and son Bert, from Shclhyville, are hero visiting relatives. ' Judge H. Clay McKeo has fcturn- ea from Battle Creek, Mich., much improved in health. Miss Jessie Price, of Shelby county is the guest of her aunt, UhieL arrived yesterday. Mrs. Mary D. Jones, of Richmond, who has been visiting here for the past few weeks, has gone to Huntingdon, W. Ya., to visit her son, Mr. John Jones. Mrs. J. W. Hedden, Jr., will visit her sister, 'Miss Mnry Bcall, in Lexington sevoral days this week and attend the Maudo Adams performance at tho opera house Thursday night. Judge and Mrs. C. C. Turner, of Frankfort, have been the guests of relatives here for tho past few days. Their son Dillnrd, a private in the array and who is stationed at Hnttiesburg, Miss., was also here a few days the past week. , V-- I SLiiL. fei The services at the Methodist church will bo as follows since the change of time: Sunday school BECAUSE Our courses of study 10 a. m. to bo continuous with 11:00 o'clock. are so arranged as to give the best wfc Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Wise have morning sorviee at results in the least time and at the Miss Mary Lawless Gatewood, moved to Elk Creek, Ky., to make Epworth League 6:45 p. m. All smallest expense. Any person who including mid- has FUGAZZI the attended who is attending Nazareth College their future home where Mr. Wise evening services week prayer service at 8 o'clock. SCHOOL knows that every effort is with her parents. spent Easter will engage tn business. w. s. s.iffadc to save both time and the W. s. s. Knmsey x Mr. and Mrs. Clayton 'money of tho student. Although the AS TO TIME , school is without classes its de- -' and son, Morris, left Monday for a BIRTHS is no "old time," and no . "There partments are systematically or relatives at Palalka, Fla. visit to " "new time." Thero is but one time. ganized, enabling us to give each - Mr. J. H. Mason has relumed If you obeyed tho law and set your Mr. and Mrs. William McCor-mic- student such personal care and in, from a vif.it to his daughter, Mrs. clock up one hour, just go right on struction as each iudividnul student of tho county,, arc receiving mny require, an advantage not C; D. Powell at Winter Park, Fla. and meet your engagements by the at to bo had in many schools. I Mrs. Roy Alexander and children clock as you have heretofore. Sun- congratulations on tho arrival BECAUSE Our students invarifew days ago of a son, arc in Nicholasvillo visiting Mrs. day school at 9 :30, church at 11 :00 their homo a ably endorso tho school unreservedAlexander's brother, Mr. F. M. by tho clock. Don't waste timo cal- Charles Lewis, ly. No person ever entered the FUw. s. s. Sponcil.V GAZZI SCHOOL with an earnest go by tho culating- differences Did you ever uso Miller's Creek to improve time, who was Judge Garrett S. Wall, of is only one time only Coalf Tho best is no better. Mc- desire clock. There not highly pleased. Such students ville, was tho guest of Judgo and ono 9:30 and only one 11:00." 40-Donald Bros. Phono 3. always say it is tho best school W. S. 8. Mrs. Lewis Appcrson several days Dr. Ycainnn to his congregation they ever attended, that no other fiat ' CYNTMANA GIRL TO WED ,tho past week.. scchool'did as much for them in tho Sunday. Announcement has been inado of samo- time for tho 'money expended. of .Lieutenant Tom VrfhSant, BECAUSE Wo succeed in of Miss tho aproachiug mnrringo Camp Funston, is hero on a sick positions fpr the cempetent. EASTIN & HARRIS of Cynthiann, Mary Gray Ahhbrook, leave visiting his parents, Dr. and This fact should have a deciding to Lieutenant John M. Gibson, of influcnco with young people who Mrs. J. A. VanSant. Directors Irvington, now stntioncd at Camp must rely on others in seeking cm-- , ' Mrs. E.,L. William and daughter, Zachary Taylor. The wedding will ployment. If yon nro unemployed and ,Mis Edith, nro at Martinsville, take placo in tho near future. Miss and willing and able to take tho jnd., whero Mrs. William is taking courso of training which nssures a Embalmers Ashbrook has many friends and adremunerative situation, let us hear for rheumatism. treatment mirers iu this city and has fre- from you at once. Wo hnvo n great Lieutenant C. T. Coleman a nt quently been tho charming guest of many more calls for competent Funston, on a sick Phoned &Bce 4TO. , young pcoplo than wo can supply. home from Camp Miss Mary Bcall. Residence 295 and NEARLY 100 new students enroll-e- d W. 8. S. ft has just IeT. Lieutenant Coleman since tho 1st of January, a truly Spring Lamb, Beef, Pork, Brains. 146. pneumorecovered from a spell of Everything your tnblo needs for remarkable record wheu you connia. sider that this bchool started only ' breakfast, dinner and supper, you'll " n littlo over a year ago. A thorough find at W. O. Muokio & Co. Phono investigation will reveal tho REA- Mr. Kelly Laughlin, .now stationhome ed at Camp Shelby," Hattiesburg, at Miss Adelaide from M. F. I. at Millersbnrg for Miss., is here on a short visit to relatives. Young Laughlin is'looking the Easter holidays. and daughter, well and reports nil the local boys Mrs. A. L. Tipton Miss "Winona, spent tho past week at the Mississippi' camp as getting along splendidly. Sergeants Riclc P, .with friends in Lexington. Thomas and Russell Cox, who wero Mr. and Mrs. R. A. Chiles hnvo sent from Camp Shelby to an offretumed from a several weeks' so- icers' camp in Texas, Will complete ionrn at Hot Springs, Ark. their training April 5 and it is felt Mr. and Mrs. John W. Eastin certain they will both receive comare expected to return from a win- - missions. ter,s stay in Florida tomst- Gay was- - Mrs. J. S. Wilson. preciated. As agent for W. II. Berry, of Louisville, I will sell nt public auction He was sired by a noted imported out of a Pcrch- on the premises, on Holt Avenue, on the nhove date and at tho hour menPercheron stallion eron mare of pure blood. Tom Tuck- tioned, his er is a sure foal getter and his colts speak for themselves. If you are looking' for tho best draft stock seo this horse or some of his colts. Ho largo grounds. The lot fronts about GO feet on the Avenue, and"runs is noted for his kindness of nature and Mrs. Margaret White was rushed back to n depth of about 250 feet. There is a good garden spoffome is well broke. afternoon and to Lexington Sunday fruit and poultry yard with a large front and rear yard. The house is'ono where she was operated on for apof the most modern in the city. On the first floor it confaih ,a largo're-ccptio- n KING pendicitis. Mrs. White wns in a very hall, library, sitting room, family bed room, batlrroom, .kitchen At tho snme time and place King and dining room. Between the hall and dining room serious condition but late reports are sliding doors, land hands, from her bedside indicate that she Edward, black jack, 15' the dining room has an octagon end with three windows which makes it will, make the season at id getting along nicely. one of' tho prettiest in the city. On the second floor are twpjiiiee&ied $8.00 to Insure Living Colt Mrs. Emma Graves hns returned rooms. The house was built of the very best material and the (finish is of King Edward comes to me with n3 good material as can he found anywhere. The roof to her horiio'in Winchester after a is good, being built visit to Louisville to consult a spe- a reputation second to no jack as out of the best shingles and the foundation was constructed out of limea suie foal getter and breeder of cialist in regard to her rheumatic extra good mules. King Edward was stone rock, making it one of tho firmest and best that can be built.fi'Tiiere troubles. Her knee was placed in a sired by Old Reuben, by Reuben is an excellent front porch with two outside doors, and a good ,rcarliorcn, cast and she is reported as getting Elkin, by Tom Elkin. also a good cistern. This house was built by Sir. Berry as a homo with "A lien retnined on all colts for no contemplation that it would ever be for sale, hut as he has tnayd from along nicely. W. S.VS. season fee. Money due when colt this city to reside tho house will be placed on the market. Possession will Got your supply of Miller's Creek comes pr marc parted wjth or bred be given April 15, and the terms of sale will be 3 cash, 3 due and payMcDonald elsewhere. Grass 10 cents per day. Coal while you can. Will use all precaution and care but able in one year and 3 due and payable in two years, with deferred pay40-Bros. Phono 3. 7 "will not be responsible for acci- ments bearing C per cent interest and secured by property lien,, pr w. s. s. dents or escapes should any occur. can pay as much more cash or all cash. Judge B. R. Turner, who resides In' the'property, will be glad to show it to prospective purchasers, ALVIN 7 orfor any further information call on tho undersigned. Dun-nven- Modern Two Story Frame Dwelling EDWARD t? 3t .xkx-xxkxx-x:x-w":- c5' 1-- 1-- 1-- pur-chas- er : MYERS j Tho Young Peoples Missionary Society No. 2 of the Methodist church will meet at ' tho church Thursday,. afternoon nt 3 o'clock. Miss Edith Rois will lead the meet? ing. R. F. D. No. 6 u WT. STERLING, KENTUCKY. , A Few More Reasons Why You Should Attend The Fugazzi Sch ol f Business W. Hoffman Wood J "THE MAN WHO SELLS THE EARTH" AGENT FOR W. H. BERRY WM. CRAVENS, Auctioneer. NICE CIIDIIHRA11 1 1-- Si It dUDU iinnm 2 HOME . xxxxxxxxxx-:- -- - Acres of Land on Win:hester Pike 2 """ Just out of city limits, and on natm'al gas and water line, will be sold at Public Auction, on the premises, on k, m SATURDAY, APRIL 6, 1918 . 3t " m ''"" .xxxxxh::xx' - Funeral at 11 o'clock A. M. The cottage contains six large rooms, two halls, and small cellar and the residence is in good repair and condition. Has plenty of closets and pantry and nice front porch. There is a good cistern on the lot, and a nice variety of fruit trees which are now bearing. A small stable and barn l! lot and a rich garden spot. This home is located just mile from the court house, in as desirable neighborhood as can be found in the county, close .to schools and churches and you are practically in the city, but escape the city taxes. It you are looking for a nice home, or a good piece of investment! property this is your opportunity. 3 Cash, 3 due in 12 months and 3 in 24j TERMS payments bearing 6 per cent interest and, months, deferred secured by lien on the property. one-hal1-1-1-- i 111 ' SOMETHING TO THINK ABOUT X T I 82. 40-- 2t Red Steer Brand Fertilizer FOR PLANT BEDS Our thirty year selling Fertilizer brings us to the RED STJUJR ' r ft' As the Acme of Fertilizer f f jl F. TABB Jmmm$4 I. rv t t T W. 8. s. Buy a desirable building lot in the Bigstaff addition. Sale Wednesday, April 3rd, "beginning at 1:30. W. 8. 8. Mail Orders Solicited for hem- stitching nt our sewing room. Sow- q11 Sisters, Winchester, Ky. W, 8. 8. Buy Miller Creek Coal from Mj-Poua- ld At the same time I will sell : Sanitary Iron Cot, good as n'avv Davenport Nice 6 Nice Rocking Chairs v Nice Sideboard I' 1 Set of Springs 6 Dining Chairs 2 Brussels Druggets Walnut Dresser, marble top Many other articles Terms of Personal Property Cash in hand. Remember SON hour and date, 11 A. M., Saturday, April G, on Winchester Write, phono or cnll at the pike, adjoining M. O. Cockrell's home. school for full information, N Day and Night Classes FUGAZZI SCHOOL OF BUSINESS Miss Irene Fugazzi, Principal W. HOFFMAN WOOD "THE MAN WHO SELLS THE EARTH' 'Efficiency 118 .N. Upper Is Our Watchword." Lexington, Ky. Agent for Mrs. Martha Mon WM. CRAVENS, Auctioneer. Bros.Tono hotter. 40-3- 1 St. iTy FOOD LAWS ARE CHANGED SOME New Food Conservation Laws Now In Effect and Public Urged to 9 VALVE-IN-HEA- D Buick Reputa- are Is THE UNIVERSAL CAR The Ford Coupolct is a most practical car with room enough for three. It Is really two cars in the one on enclosed car of pleasing appearance for inclement weather, aumtaor and winter, whllo ILo largo sliding plato glass windows, with removable pillar, tnako it possible to transform it inloa most delightful open car. Top is permanent, saring, trouble of raising and lowering. Comfortabla deep upholstering a car of class and comfort Price $505 f. o. b. Detroit. m MOTOR CARS tion Beyond Repute Among men inr all walks of life wherever the respective merits of motor cars are discussed, Buick d is the favorite. valve-in-hca- "If we arc to furnish tho Allies with tho necessary proportion of wheat to maintain their war trend from now until tho next harvest, and this is a military necessity, wo must reduce our monthly consumpmillion bushels tion to twenty-on- o a month as against our normal conmillion sumption of about forty-tw- o bushels or 50 per cent of our Reserving a normal consumption. margin for distribution to the army for and for special cases, leaves general consumption ;approximatply pounds pf wheat one and products weekly, per person. Many of our consumers aro depedent upon bakers' bread. Such bread must he durable, and, therefore, requires a larger proportion of wheat products than cereal breads baked in the household. Our army and navy require a full nllownncc. The can make in our population greater sacrifices in the consump tion of wheat products than can the poor. In addition, our populadistricts tion in the agricultural where the other cereals are abundant, are more skilled in the prepara tion of breads from these cereals than the crowded city and indusWith .improved trial population. transportation conditions wo now have available a surplus of pota toes. We also have in tho spring months a surplus of milk and wo have ample corn and oats for human consumption. The drain on rye and barley as substitutes has already greatly exhausted the supply of these grains. To effect the need ed saving of wheat we are wholly dependent upon the voluntary aspeople sistance of the American and we ask that the following rules shall be observed. "1. Householders to use not to exceed a total of one and pounds per week of wheat products per person. This means not more pounds than one and of victory bread containing the required percentage of substitutes pound of cookand about ing flour, macaroni, crackers, pastry, pies, cakes wheat breakfast cereals, all combined. "2. Public eating places and two whcatless clubs to observe days per week, Monday and Wednesday, as at present. In addition thereto, not to servo in the aggregate a total of more breadstuffs, macaroni, pics cracker, pastry, cakes, wheat breakfast cereals, containing a total of more than two ounces of wheat flour to any ono guest at any one meal. No wheat products to bo served unless specially ordered. Public eating establishments not to buy more than six pounds of wheat products per month per guest, thus conforming with limitations requested of tho one-half Everybody Knows Valve-ln-liea- d The Strother Motors Co., Inc. MT. STERLING, KY. ileans Buick OPEN CARS 2 5 3 5 7 earned ? reputation" has been built up through years of satisfying performance. A well $ 795 Passenger Passenger Passenger Passenger Passenger Four cylinder Four cylinder Six cylinder Six cylinder Six cylinder .795 1265 Today and every day here and in every other city and town Buick owners are passing the Word along. d power asBuick sures unlimited motoring pleasure. Buick cars have a dignified charm and beauty. valve-in-hea- '.. 1265 1495 CLOSED CARS 4 Passenger Coupe, Six cylinder,. $1695 7 Passenger Sedan, Six cylinder, . 2175 well-to-- do DELIVERY CARS Light Delivery, Four cylinder,. ..$ .790 The quality that is built into the car is evidenced in every line of its appearance. New Goods Arriving Daily Our Spring stock of silks, woolens and cottons are coming in daily and it will pay you to visit our store before they are picked over. Due to early purchases we are enabled to offer you high class merchandise with very little increase in prices. It will pay you to see us. Buick Model 45 Mt. Sterling Garage Incorporated k tho ton Buick Deaers Phone 318 West Main Street, Mt. Sterling, Ky. one-ha- lf three-fourt- J. D. HAZELRIGG & SON Mt. Sterling's Largest Dry Goods Store one-ha- lf Coleman's Insurance Agency APHONE NO. MT. STERLING, KY. TRADERS DANK BLDG. Wo 538 I Advertise Prompt and Satisfactory Adjustments of Losses. Largest Companies Experience. 29-j- products without the sale of an equal weight of other cereals. "4. We ask the bakers and grocers to reduce the volume of victory bread sold by delivery to tho 'pound loaf where one pound was sold before, and corresponding proprotions in other weights. Wo also ask bakers not to increase tho amount of their wheat flour purchases beyond 70 per cent of tho average monthly nmount purchased in the four months prior to March 1st. using wheat "5. Manufacturers d purposes products for should cease such use entirely. "0. There is nb limit upon the use of other cereals, flours and meals, corn, barley, buckwheat, potato three-quarters the necessary patience, sacrifices It is uncertain which is doing and of the distributing quickest shooting these days trades." American buds at home or FRED M. SACKETT, American boys abroad. Both Federal Food Adm. for Kentucky. working for a great summer W. 8. S. Somebody should suggest to the tory. ball clubs that tho exercise has ' JOHN WHITE & CO. made them lit subjects to shoulder LOUISVILLE, KY. a musket. If not that, then the Liberal assortment swing of a ball club is not so very and ful valuo paid for rime different to that of a hoe. rawruno the vic- . aroyftT MffiBSSt' w. s. s. The Advocate for printing. Hides and Coat Skins non-foo- Do Your Banking With Us We offer you the service of a strong, flour ,otc. &rir&&rte FERTILIZER! Give us your order now i householders. "3. Retailers not more than of a barrel of flour (24 pounds) to any town customer at any ono time, and not more than of a barrel (48 pounds) to any country customer at any ono time, and in no case to sell wheat one-eigh- th one-quart- er OVERWORKED for fertilizer. We handle the famous Fish Brand None better. Increase your production and help win the war. TIRED WOMAN TOOK VINOL Now She is Strong and Hearty McDonald Bros. Phone 3 Mt. Sterling, Ky. Phtladelnhla. Pa. "I was over worked, run down, nervous, could not cat or sleep, l telt like crying all tne time. I tried different remedies without benefit. The doctor.said it was a wonder I was alive, and when Vinol was given me I began to improve. x nave taken etgnt Dottles ana am now strong and perfectly healthy in every respect, and have gained in weight I can not praise Vinol enough." Mrs. Sarah A. Tones, 1035 Nevada St., Philadelphia, Pa. d, We guarantee Vinol to make weak women strong or your money. Formula on every bottle. This s your protection. W. S. Lloyd, Druggist, Mt Sterling, Ky. over-varkvreturn families "Many thousand the. land aro now using throughout no wheat products whatever, except a very small amount for cooking purposes, and aro doing so in perfect health and satisfaction. There is no reason why all of tho American people who aro able to cook in their own households cannot subsist perfectly well with tho ubo of less wheat products than one pounds a week, and and o wo especially ask the households in tho country to follow this additional program in order that wo may provide tho necessary marginal supplies for those parts of tho community less able to adapt themselves to bo largo a proportion of substitutes. In order that r.e shall bo ablo to inakij the wheat exports that aro absolutely demanded of us to maintain tho civil population and soldiers of tho Allies and our own army, wo propose to bupplument tho voluntary tion of tho public by a further limitation of distribution and wo shall place ut onco restrictions ou dig. tributiou which will bo a'ljusd from timo to time to secure as nearly equitable distribution as possible. With tho arrival of harvest wo ulioiild bo ftblo to relax such restrictions. Until then, we ask for one-ha- lf well-to-dra conservatively conducted bank. . . SAVE Today That You May HAVE Tomorrow . J ., 1 MT, STERLING NATIONAL BANK W. S. Lloyd, President W. L. Killpatrick, Cashier ? WANT AN AUTOMOBILE? We are agents for Willys-Knigh- t, Overland and Chevrolet "which are among the best cars on the market. Come in and let us talk the matter over with ' you. We are prepared to do all kinds of repair work and have an expert in charge of this department. PINNEYGRIGGS COMPANY 2(-t- f TELEPHONE US I JmJ . i Jfc,J,4JP( '"Wflyl1 ' rw i asy-- ? ' Trwy jp - wwrr-- ' rywAM 3w'Hp tfttTJI $1,000 A BOTTLE " life-save- THE BOOSTER ! IS VALUE CHATTANOOGA MAN PLACES ON VIN HEPATICA has done for XMV'Min Mr L. A. Cantroll, aged 75, jKmmn nwncr ui minor avenue, unaua- 1 What would your town amount to without tho boostcrf Ever stop to ask yourself whether you are boosting or just hanging ont afcj rJA LA 1 PRWtSSKML AAAlAafc, AAAA i i i EARL W. SENFF, Atterneyat-Law- , Mt. Sterling, Ky. It Cost the Average Less Than 10c Vott! f waIiM' fair. of Vin Hepatlca ! ftArt ..UM -- " "It worth 11,000 a bottle. haVo f bn troubled with kidneys for Iyears, fttrrh ot the head and stomach. .After etng a few bites my stomach would swell up Ilka a pumpkin. I had 1 wotJn, una liuij, lliu lu OO Up ai every hour of the night on of the condition ot my bowels. nui vm tiepaiica nas cnangea all that. I don't have to get up at all in the night. I now oat potatoes, beans, onions anything. I had about decided 1 could not nor would not live anothor week, but after I saw In ,tho papers what Vln'Hepatlca had dorio for others the same fix. I thought I would try and now feel bettor than I have felt In forty rears. Havo out In 2U dava solid work this week and am going to start In for full time Monday, W. S. Lloyd, fit. Sterling, Ky. ENGAGEMENT ANNOUNCED . Announcement has been mndc or tho engagement of Jfiss Mary Gray lAshbrook, of Cynthiann, to Lieut. John JL Gibson, of Irvington, now stationed' at Cnmp Zachary Taylor. The announcement is learned hero with much interest. Miss Ashbrook is recalled as the charming guest of Mintf Mary Bcnll on several occasions nnd has many warm friends In- Mt. Sterling. - W. S. S. . . 'The Advocate for printing. THE GREAT WAR HAS MADE CIGARETTES A NECESSITY. "Our boys must have their smokes. Send them cigarettes!" This is a familiar appeal now to all of us. " Among those most in demand is the now famous "toasted" cigarette ; LUCKY STRIKE. Thousands of this V -- favorite brand have been shipped to France. There 13 something home- like and friendly to the boys in the sight of the familiar green packages with the red circle. This homelike, appetizing quality of the LUCKY STRIKE cigarette is SfJaigely due to the fact that the Burley Jrtobacco used in making it has been f ' toasted. "It's toasted" was the "slo- , Ban" that made a great success of LUCKY STRIKE in less than a year. Now the, American Tobacco Co, 43 making 15 million LUCKY" STRIKE Cigarettes a day. A good part of this immense production is making its way across the water to cheer our bovs. . 1 J' The booster is the fellow who tnkes hold of a forlorn hope and, "I havo passed ray 76th year and I by his cheerful optimism and bull could not havo held tip much longer the way I was troubled. But Vin He dog pcrscvcrnnco keeps hammering r patlca was certainly a to me away until he accomplishes his oband I heartily recommend It to my ject. friends." Little difficulties to not trouble The faot Is, Vin Hepatlca is a Nature medicine and not a patent nos- tho booster. lie fattens on them. trum. It Is a combination of eight ot Ho is so that ho scorns the finest herbal remedies known to medical science, remedies which aro nn easy .wall-ovin any underprescribed nearly every day by tho leading physicians of the world, and taking. Ho usually hunts for game they are all combined into one great worth while, and in all such hunts Nature medtclno for the kldnoys, livor, arc numerous and stomach and bowels, and for toning up the difficulties the system. Nothing Is finer for any- great. Hut he goes nt them witli a one who Is troubled with tho stomach will to win, and WILL is the only or weak and run down condition. qunlity under God's heaven that We strongly recommend this great remedy. Come and got a bottto will win. Nature and try It, on our recommendation. Tho booster doesn't see tho faults You will llko it and It will do you good. and failings of yoitr town, or if ho docs sco them, he passes by with a smile and n cheerful prophecy that they will soon bo remedied. He TEACHER GETS sees only the bright side, and he GOVERNMENT JOB so constantly plays up thnt bright Miss Nancy Pilchcr, who has side thnt after awhile you just been a member of the faculty of nntiiraly come to tho . conclusion the Mt. Sterling High School for tho thnt it far. outweighs the dark, past year, left Tuesday morning which is . very sensible of you, for Washington to take up her du- thbugh you should have been helpties as clerk in tho Treasury De- ing him all along to bury the dark partment. Miss Pilchcr recently took and hold up the light. the civil servico examination nt But don't get it under your hat Lexington and received a very credthat bonsting is boosting. The two itable mark. Notice of her appointarc ns widely different as daylight ment was received Inst week and and dark. The boaster is satisfied, she immediately resigned from tho the booster is ever reaching out for school faculty. Miss Pilchcr's homo more. The boaster proudly calls atis in Lexington and she came to Mt. tention to what we HAVE, but the Sterling Inst September ns a toadibooster calls attention to what we ed in tho High School. She is a very CAN havo if we displny sufficient young versatile and accomplished energy. The boaster lives in the lady and during her short residence glory of the present, but the boosthere hns made many friends who er is ever looking to the future and will learn with interest of her goplanning new and greater achieveing to the Capital City. Miss Pilments. chcr's successor .has not yet been Be a booster. Get under the load selected at tho High School. and help "tote." W. S. 5. red-bloodcr DR. H. M. WRIGHT DENTAL SURGEON Per Week for Packer's Profit in 1917. - - Kentucky Office over Geiger's Pharmacy, Court and Maysvillo Sts. Formerly occupied by Dr. F. A. Millard. Office Phone 237. Fees reasonable, work guaranteed. Mt. Sterling (27-ly- r) The Meat Bill is one of the large items in the family RINER & LAPSLEY Shelbyvllle, REAL ESTATE A Ky. OF ALL KINDS Shelby County's Best Farms Specialty MEN (18-t- f) 10,000 SKILLED WANTED - Statement of the Ownership, Nicely furnished rooms for rent. Management, Circulation, Etc., 18-Phone 732. Rooms for Rent. W. 8. S. Qunlified men registered under law, may be inthe selective-servic- e ducted into service to fill the call for 10,0000 skilled mechanics needed by the Aviation Section of tho Signal Corp, by applying to their local boards. Men not registered may enlist at recruiting stations. Tho present call is particularly for mn'chinists, auto mechanics, engine repairmen, gunsmiths, chauffeurs, carpenters, blacksmiths, tinsmiths, cabinetmakers, electricians, coppersmiths, workers, propeller makers, wireless operators and constructors, tailors, saihnnkcrs, truck masters, vulennizers, welders and experts on magnetos, ignition systems, cameras, watches and clock'!. Men will he sent to San Antonio, Tex., for segregation by trades, fol lowed by a brief course of instruction at flying fields or factories, organized then into squadrons mostly for service overseas. Additional information may bo secured by application to the Air Division, Personnel Department, Washington, sheet-mcttcnt-niaker- less than 10 cents per week of it goes to the packer in profits. In converting live stock fnto meat and getting it into the hands of the retail dealer, the packer performs a complex and essential service with the maximum of efficiency. The above statement is based on Swift & Company's 1917 figures , and Federal Census data : Swift & Company's total output (Meat and byproducts) - 5,570,000,000 Pounds Swift & Company's total Profit $34,650,000.00 s, Profit per pound - $.0062 U. S. Meat Consumption 170 pounds per person per year 170 pounds at $.0062 $1.05 per person per year The average family 4'& persons $4.72 per family per year 1918 year book of interesting and instructive facts sent on request. Address Swift & Company, Union Stock Yards, Chicago, Illinois AMfiajujraN D. ' tf PILES QUICKLY CURED BY " petr"o-MnIt- v If you are a sufferer from Piles try today and tlnd sure relief. 2s FOR SALE DY W. S. LLOYD pctro-ment- a required by, the Act of Congress of August 21, 1912, of Mt. Sterling Advocate,' published weekly' at Mt. Sterling, Kentucky, for April 1, 1(118. cents. Cash Paid & Publisher Advocate Publishing Co., Inc., Mt. Sterling, Ky. Editors G. B. Senff and J. W. Hedden, Jr., Mt. Sterling, Ky. MunuKing Editors G. B. Senff and J. W. Hedden, Jr., Mt. Sterling. Ky. Business Mnnngers G. B. Scnfl and J. W. Hedden', Jr., Mt. Sterling, ! FOR , ... - Old Gold Silver Ky. Owners G. B. Senff,' Mt. Sterling, Ky.; It. W. Senff, Mt. Sterling, Ky.; J. W. Hrdden, Jr., Mt. Sterlw. s. s. ing, Ky.; T. B. Arthur, Jellico, That fellow who married his ' Tenn. mother-in-lain order to avoid the Known bondholders, mortgagees., draft, ovidently wasn't suffering and other security holders owning from any want of courage. or holding 1 per cent or more of to ,tal amount of bonds, mortgages, or Other securities aro: None. G. B. SEXFF, w W. S. S. r That message of sympathy from President Wilson to the people of Kusmo was not only the expression of thq. sentiment of the American people, but a master stroko of policy as well. Lcniiie nnd his kind have never .represented the masses of the people of Uussia, and it is not beyond the hounds of possibility that her teeming millions may yet develop a Moses who will lead them from German bondage to the light nnd liberty to the free peoples of the earth. W. S. S. It isn't doing without the prohibited things that worries most of us in this Hoovcrizing business; it's getting the things we may cat. C Swift & Company U. S. A. (gpasgzg The new submarine lighters which OVERSEA MAIL are being built' at the Ford plant Persons who send mail to mem- will bo known as "Englcs" and will bers of the Expeditionary Forces constitute the Eagle class of bunts. HOW TO ADDRESS are particularly requested, in n statement issued by the Post Office Department, to use ink only in writing the addresses. Every piece of mail mutter should also bear the name and address of the sender. Heavy paper, canvas, or eloth should be used for wrapping packages. When canvas or cloth is used the address should bo written on a shipping lug, with the name and address of the sender on the reverse sido. Given names should he written in full, instead of initials, The title of tho mlrcssco ;utrrThe full nnine of tho unit or organization to which w. s. s. Holland seems to have gotten in "dutch" on the shipping question. d if you do and It's a case of "d d d if you dont" with Holland. How's This? We offer One Hundred Dollars Reward for any case of Catarrh that cannot be cured by Hall's Catarrh Cure. F. J. CHENEY & CO.. Toledo, O. We, the undersigned, have known F. J. Cheney for the last 15 years, and believe him perfectly honorable In all business transactions and llnunclully able to carry out any obligations made by his firm. NATIONAL. BANK OF COMMERCE. Toledo, O. Hall's Catawrh Cure Is taUen Internally, acting directly upon the blood and mucous surfaces of the system. Testimonials sent free. Price 75 cents per bottle. Sold by all Druggists. Take Hall's Family nils for eomtlpation. Scc'y and Treas. John W. Jones ...Jeweler... M Sworn to and subscribed before me this lfct day of April, 1918. E. W. SENFF, t Keep Well Do not allow the Jioisons of undigested accumulate in your bowels, where they are absorbed into your system. Indigestion, constipation, headache, bad blood, and numerous other troubles are bound Keep your to follow. system clean, as thousands of others do, by taking an occasional dose of the old, reliaole, vegetable, family liver medicine. Burpee's Seeds Grow in many big Bitrnp't .SmIc Uv done their share to instruct trie Amateur Gardener. Burpee's Seeds have a forty-yea- r reputa. tton for the best that science can produce. Burpee's Annual for 1918 has been enlarged and improved. It contains 216 pag. with 24 in colors, illustrating more than 100 varieties of vegetables and flowers. It is mailed free. Write a post card today. DEMONSTRATION Gardens Dtt'S'P" RurpertAnnus My commission Notary Public. expires Jan. 11, l020. w. s. s. T" 0 v THE MAN WHO SAVES IS THE MAN WHO SUCCEEDS ! m nf When Secretary of War Baker ivul wilder investigation, among tho criticisms leveled at his administration was that ho and the war were 3,000 miles apart. Tho secretary answered every other criticism to tho satisfaction of tho country, and then went to France. IJo is now in close personal touch with the war, and it is to bo hoped' his critics aro satisfied nnd will go to boosting. Work is what is needed, anyway, Seed Growers W. Atlee Burpee Co. Philadelphia Thedford's Black-Draug- ht TRAIN TO FILL GOVERNMENT SPENCERIAN COMMERCIAL KENTUCKY SCHOOL. SPEED BUILDING (Nirth of tte Put LOUISVILLE, OOlct) All young men and young women desirous of advancement should write for the Catalogue and Booklet of the AND BUSINESS POSITIONS Which course will you choose? WE PAY 3 PER GENT ON ' TIME DEPOSITS - not criticism. Adding w. s. s. Machine Mrs. W. F. Pickle, of Rising Fawn, Ga., writes: "We have used Thed-ford- 's Black-Draught for Sale. stand, in in oftf Burroughs, good' oporntiou 9 bunk, with condition. Can bo T .4tA z at this office, seen nnd is s fered at n bargain. W. S. 8. 31-- 17 The Exchange Bank of Kentucky H. R. PKEWITT, "8" kw-K"-:mkmx:"-- I mi President B. FRANK PERRY, Cashier $ tkJrnt f T :'-: Tho profiteers seem to have rounded up till tho food. Now lot tho government round up tho profit eers and "wo'll havo tho yegs with the goods on them. My mother-in-la- w could not take calomel as it seemed too strong for her, so she ht as a used mild laxative and liver We use it regulator in the family and believe it is the best medicine for the liver made." Try It. Insist on the genuine Thedford's. 25c a pack-- 75 age. family medicine. Black-Draug- a as :KKKK,-MKX-X- 4 HOT AIR FURNACES Phono 70G (3G-t- f) ... I can furnish you practically any hot air furnace on the market. Why depend on the uncertain gas pressure? Be ready for another winter. Estimates cheer? fully furnished. t I W"$XWX'M ,ts e. P. PIER6E ? V ? V ? v v K1 1 a S ! i I 1 OVER THE TOP Our big showing of 4 t MMHHMHMIHM.HH CORRESPONDENCE ' MMI We have aaaea trie JOLMMIU.MAPNtPMflE i ? J $18.00 Suitslat i X $12.50 in good grey worsteds went clean over as a big value givingjproposition. Have you seen them? Get Busy. Hewaols Mill Everybody nnd their cooks aie, busy in thin section. Not mrtny ens-c- s of spring fever but a few cases of smallpox. Mr. nnd Mrs. Virgil Jones nnd Mrs. Alice Clnrk, of Olympin, visited their brother, John Cnustiginn, nnd family nnd Tuck Mnnsflcld nnd family Snturdny nnd Sunday. Thoro has" been more plowing done in this section than ever before for this time of the j'enr. still ro- Mrs. Hnnnnh Mnllony mnins bed fast. Ray Pierce leaves today for Mid- dletown, Ohio. Mrs. Ollic Haggard, of St. Jos eph, Mr. nnd Mrs. "Miles Peel and spent son, Chester, of Lexington, several days with Mxs. Chester Buchman last week. ITenry nnd Claud Darell, of Carlisle, were callers in our city last week. George sold Taylor Hownrd Stephens n marc for $135. Miss Hazel Mallory spent a few days with Mr. nnd Mrs. L. W. Mallory last week. J. C. Montjoy ,of Mt. Sterling, visited his uncle nnd aunt, Mr. nnd Mrs. William Tnpp, Inst week. Levee 'ft "Snd CMMMIIA if : j : I ft fs ' KOMIS to our Victrola dtpart- ment. sell the three great leaders of the talking machine world: ;; , ! Wa-tio- Vktter - CdwuWa lim i! J: BRYAN & ROBINSON, Jtwcltrs Jr!KiMvM4KiM,3it5:: WEDDING AT THE ROGERS CO. Mr. Talmndgo Reynolds and Miss" HAS TWO FINGERS TORN OFF .ASS- i Jft II l I I ""flU I I 3- - 5 X Zg$f New Shirts, Ties and Stetson Hats. John Jounsoto, of Montgoaery Mary Wnrner, both of Bath county, county, while returning home frora were united in marriage in this city Winchester one day last week, had last Thursday in the store room of two finger's of hi3 right "hand litTho Rogers Co., the ceremony be- erally torn off. He was riding in a ing performed' by Rev. Matt Moore, buggy nnd lending an unruly mule. of Owingsvillo. Both of tho con- Tho mulo suddenly balked, . the tracting parties aro popular nnd Re- horse kept going, and, as a conseserving and Jiavo many friends. quence, .Mr, Johnson's fingers were W. s. s. torn off. Dont forget the salo of Bigstail W. Sr 8. residence property on April 3rd. The Advocate for printing. -- The WALSH Co. Incorporated HUTSELL STOCK FARM Located 2J4 Miles from Mt. Sterling on Maysvllle Pike c:M:Hw:xKHH CHARLES SCOTT TO GO "m MATERNITY HOSPITAL patients were in a critical stntd. BOMBED BY GERMANS when they reached tho hospital, due WITH KLAW & ERLANGEJ to the excitement through whicju Scott, for many! Fifty maternity cases in a Nancy Mr. Clmiles they had passed. f y.enrs manager of the Lexington hospital were removed from the ?. ' w. s. s. Red Opera Houc, Was in that city Sat-- 1 the hospir.il by the American JOHN WHITE TRIMBLE ' Camp Znchnry Taylor, Cross in quick time after a recent nrday from HAS RETURNED where ho has been in charge of the ir raid on Nancy. One bomb Mr. John White Trimble, who was entertainments furnished led on the roof of the maternity hospital and fell between two occu-th- sent to Camp Zachary Taylor, in tho soldiers. Mr. Scott announced the last increment from this county, ho would go to New Ydik inpied beds. It failed to explode, i be-- j The French hospital authorities has been discharged from the army ajjont two week, where he will come associated with Klaw & Er- -' then mado requests to the American owing to being physically unfttfcnnd bis-ho- me in tliis longer in the theatrical business.' Red Cioss hospital at Toul, 15 has returned to Mrs. Scott and Miss Ruth Scott' miles away, to remove all tho pa- - city. While at camp Mr. Trimble will accompany him. Mr. Scott is a tients. Dr. Maynntd Lad, in chargo spent most of'his time in tho hos hospital provided pital and was declared by tho army brother of Mrs. Albert Hoffman, of '.of in facilities and received nil the pa- - physicians, to be unfit for service. this city, and has many friends W. S. S. tients within 24 hours. Mt. Sterling. Rooms For Rent Dr. Robert C. Sharp remained on w. s. s. Thorough- - duty for 24 hours, and nil the Two rooms for light housekeepEggs for Hatching bicd Plymouth Hock, $1.00 per 15. nurses worked overtime to meet tho ing. Also stable, apply to Mrs. II. 39-temergency. Mnpy of the maternity C. Jacobs. Mrs. R. B. Young, II. R. 4. 3S-f , -- Mr. Woodford Knox, ,of Lexingr ton, spent Easter at Levee. ,,,Mr. Telford Bowen, of this place ' bhthday celebrated his forty-first a drop-theatric- al at anniversary with a big Easter din-- ( nor. Mrs. Maud Conkwright, of this place, is seriously ill with lumbago Every one at the place greatly enjoyed the Easter hunt given- - by . Fit H fci M " ' iiiMiiiftTMSiihWiiMiiiiii Mr. nnd Mrs. James French. Mrs. R. K. Faulkner nnd son Keith spent Sunday with friends oni Iiarlon Ridge. Mr. Jim Eddie Neal spent Sun day with Mr. nnd Mrs. T. J. Dougi '! Rail's King Emerald 5123 will las. again make the senson n.t this farm. This is a great bred horse as well 3t Kentucky must grow corn. Then plant the corn that is best adapted to your soil and recommended by your best farmers. R. C. $15.00 TO INSURE LIVING FOAL 150,000 tobacco sticks from Mnplo nnd Skidinpre. Mr. and Mrs. John Murphy spent Sunday with their parents at this The Great Breeding Percheron Stallion place. n ill nlso mnke the season at this farm. Being" one of the finest stallions of Mr. nnd Mrs. Bruce Chadcs of the breed in the State wo feel that the men interested in breeding fino Possum Ueigths, arc rejoicing over mule mures will not overlook tho opportunity to breed to this horse. Sevthe arrival of a nine pound son. eral of his colts have sold the past season at $300.00 Mr. Banty Knox was all smiles $12.50 TO INSURE LIVING FOAL rejoicing over his new girl Sundny. Mr. John Halifax Burgono Wo will also have five Mammoth Jacks that are registered and as Trimbde spent court day in fine specimens as can be found any whore. We invite and urge you to come as. a great breeding horse. Riddell nnd Son purchased Rollo 78469 A C- - Ebo-kenez- er -- V S i N SEED CORN Germination Guaranteed 90 per cent or better medium stalk; matures in 100 to 110 days. The Standard two-ea- r corn. It is certain to make a very large yield. P.nris. nnd see this stock before booking your mares elsewhere. Mr. and Mrs. James Thompson, of Cliftjywill leave for Denver, Col., the last of the week. A. B. A. 13,390 Standard Mr. and Mrs. T. J. Douglas atThis Jack is 10 hands high and weighs 1150 pounds, has 9fc inch tended tho G o'clock fish dinner giv Jack as can be found in Kentucky. bone, in fact as good a en by Mr. C. C. Douglas. Am reserving this jack to breed to jennets but will breed a few ninre's, Mr. Estill Lykins sold liis fino $15.00 TO BREED DURING THE SEASON TO JENNETTS trotting mare, Sparton Iuen, to Burt Charles for a prico said to be $12.50 TO MARES TO INSURE LIVING FOAL Hutsell's Giant 7402 three-year-old about $250. Mr. Muck Baker, of this place, sold To Bcu Sharp his fine coon dog Lumber. School has begun , at this- plact, nnd tho boys have begun to pad - Yelberton 7412 A. B. A. Black Jack, 10 hands high and nn extra jack. $10.00 TO INSURE LIVING FOAL , Dtt '"""","w! -.- - White grain, small red cob; i$l,0p0 because 1917. farmer admits he lost he did not '"plant Neal's Paymaster in One After a full investigation, he said: "I am confident I would ha,ve made 500 bushels more ' Corn on a small field of about forty acres and I will certainly iilant Neal's Paymasater this year," You have no time to waste. You must grow the corn in 1918. You must plant seed corn you know will germinate. I have- been told that in sev - eral of the counties of Kentucky that the average of seed corn is only 25 per cent. You can't afford to plant such seed and take such chances. Our Neal's Paymaster is guaranteed 90 per cent or better. I have sold and delivered to the middle Tennessee Experiment Station 30 bushels of this Neal's Paymaster Seed Corn for 1918. Sacks free. Cash with 'order. I their pauts. Dr. Howe 7414 A. B. A. 151-- , M have only about for rarm- - 1,060 bushels nemucKy ers. Price $6.00 per bushel of- - F. O. B. Columbia. Reference: The three banks Columbia. T. N. PIGUERS, Jr., Columbia, Tenn. i- - hands high, a splendid Black Jack, w. s. s. animal. Seed Potatoes , $10.00 TO INSURE LIVING FOAL Seed potatoes, 400 bushels for sale. Early six weeks vnrioty, the best grown. S. P. Grccnwnde. 39-Phono 431-Black Juck, 15'A hands high, has extra bono nnd finish nnd a splcnd-e- d W. S. S. mule jack. Vive of his first crop of mules brought $125.00 per head. ' NATIONAL DEFENSE . FOR $10.00 TO INSURE LIVING FOAL Friday, 'April 5th thero will bo threo performances at tho Liberty nfternoon and Theatre morning, Black Jack, 15J4 hands high, a splendid breeder. night. Tho proceeds will o given to $8.00 TO INSURE LIVING fOAL t ( tho National Defense League to bo used in detecting Bpics. The pictnro Grass furnished at ten cents per day. hhown will be "Tho Freedom of tho Money duo when colt comes nnd positively duo wheii mnro is partWorld." Admission 15 cents. ; ,, ed with or bred to other stock without my consont. W. S. 8. Every care will bo taken of stock but will not bo responsible in Did you over use Miller's Creek case of accidents or escapes. Conlf Tho best is no better. This is good sound stock and as wo said beforo it will pay" you to 40-Bros. Phono 3. ' come nnd look this stock over beforo you book your maresto other stock, W. e. S. J' Big- - No busino&s on Sunday. Don't forget to attend tho ., -. WedAddress all communications to Htaff rcsidencn and lot salo UJIS : SMS THIS i nesday, April 3rd. T v weighing 1000 pounds, t Duke 7413 R. 2t m m Mark Hendrix 3820 A. B. .A. m ld 3t ir . ' " v If H W; 8. 5. y.ou . Q-- WPtf ot Miller's Creek, McDonald? Qpul. .while cau. j&?s&lV v,nnnnT w PH0Ht5: HT. , STEBLIMB, KY, 40-5t Bros. Plouo 3. T'43t