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MARCH 2. 1920. DR. WRIGHT DENTAL EXAMINER NUMBER 40 MUUnd Trail Goes . Through Kentucky Only Transcontinental Highway In street. moved Liek. r This Country Passing Through Henderson and family have to the property recently from W. II. Ramsey on High Mr. Ramsey and family havo to their home near Grassy pur-chns- oy the State (By Rodman Wiley) Vice President Midlnnd Trail of Ken tucky, Eastern Division Trail In Kentucky through the following coun pMes ties : Jefforson, Shelby, Franklin, The Midland . A tnyA Vnrrnilp. f!lnrk. MontfTOffi- - -- w ery, Bath, Carter, Rowan and Boyd, starting at Louisville, the metropolis of Kentucky, and ending at Ashland, - the metropolis of. Eastern Kentucky. TTliA Midland Trail is the only transcontinental highway in the United States which passes through Kentucky, and although 5t was designated only ft few years ago, n great deal of interest has been shown in the road. At the present timo ihe rond is in excellent condition from Louisville to Lexington, and Fayette County has completed her road with the exception, of about four miles. Clark county, it is hoped, will this season reconstruct the road entirely through that county and it is rumored that Montgomery and Bath will provide tho. funds to build their road in 1920 w and 1921. In Rowan county arrangements have already been made to build tho road from tlie Bath county lino to Morehead. It is yet necessary to make " provisions to complete tho road from Morehead to the Carter county line. Carter county is. letting contracts just as fast as tho plans can be prepared and by the end of this season it is believed that the road will be 'graded s entirely through that county for a distance a little short of forty miles. jjj Boyd county will complete its sec tion this season. A meeting was held at Ashland, .Ivy., on Jnnunry 17, for the purpose of hearing reports from all tho MidTho meeting land, Traty counties. was well atended and tho general sentiment was to have tho road ready for dedication at the end of this year. ' Committees were appointed in Clark, Bath Montgomery, Rowan and Carter counties and a general committee was appointed to assist tho local Committees as much as possible, the aim being to arouao sufficient enthusiasm to get the necessary funds to complete tho road. ' s "Some of ho committees report that TaJ Ed. Gorrcll has moved to 252 West Main street. E. L. Shackelford has moved to the cottage on Sycamore street ho recently purchased from Walker Tur-piMr. Turpin and family have moved to tho Langston property they recently bought on Holt avenue. Mr. and Mrs. S. S. Ralls, Mrs. Nannie E. Ralls and Mrs. Minnio Ralls Berry have moved to the property on High street recently purchased from Mrs. W. W. Thompson. Mrs. 0. M. Jones and Mr. and Mrs. Francis Hunt have moved to Mrs. Jones' property on Holt avenue. Mr. and Mrs. Josh Owings, who have been living in tho Howell resi dence on Samuels avenue, havo leased tho cottage on High street owned by Mrs. Margaret A. Gaitskill. W. A. Mason and family havo moved from tho Smathers bungalow on Main street to their .home on Holt avenue recently purchased from O, W. McCormick. J. W. Hedden Jr., and family will move to the place vacated by Mr. Mason this week. Walter Carr and family have taken n. an ad in The Advocate means an ad in every home! Dr. Harry M. Wright, Traders Bank building, lias been appointed by the United Stated Public Health Service, as dental examiner for the Bureau of War Risk Insurance for Montgomery county. Tho duties in connection with this appointment will bo to render dentnl treatment to patients of tho Wnr Risk Bureau. In tho official which Dr. Wright has just received confirming his appointment it says : "In this work it is es sential that none but the highest type of dental surgeons bo employed. You havo apparently met all the require- Tobacco Growers To Organize At a Meeting Held in Louisville Last Week It Was Decided to Fight The Downward Prices ments." In order to resist what they say Is" the netion of the "Big Tour" of the tobacco manufacturers in forcing down tobacco prices and stiffling competition, n meeting of tobacco growers nnd dealers was held in Louisville Saturday and nn organization wns mnde of tho "Tobacco Growers' and Dealers' Protective Association." Growers of Kentucky, Tcnnohsec, Indiana nnd Ohio will bo nsked to join nnd a membership of 10.000 Is" predicted at an early date. The growers and dealers claim certain manufacturers are not obeying the mnndnto of the Supremo Court to buy in tho open market. A committee was named to go to Frankfort to sco Governor Morrow nnd the Legislature. The Kentucky Fair Price Commission will be nsked to inquire why manufactured tobacco increases in price while the raw material decreases. A member of the organization said; "The raw product of tobacco is selling for less price thnn it costs to strip it. In one market last week tho raw material sold so low that the dealers declined to give the price out for publication." MRS. MILLER DEAD Where docs 'your advertising go? Whilo this appointment enrrics with it an Smmenso amount of work nnd a cortnin responsibility, Dr. Wright feels that it is his duty to ac cept the appointment nnd feels that he can discharge its duties without it interfcrring with his dental practice. MRS. CALMES DEAD Mrs. Mary C. Calmcs, aged C7 years, widow of the lato Carr Calmes, died Sunday of hemorrhage of the brain at her home in Winchester. Funeral services were held at the residence this afternoon by the Rev. R. L. Motley, of the Baptist church, followed by burial in the Winchester Cemetery. Mrs. Calmes was a sister-in-laof Mrs. Anna Cockrell, of this city, and had many friends here who will learn with sorrow of her passing. w think this over Mr. Merchant j rooms with D. C. McGuire on Antwerp avenue and will move to same this week. Miss Belle Crockett, of Sharps burg, is moving to tho bungalow on Main street which she recently bought from Clay Miller. Mr. Miller and f am ily have moved to the Daniels prop erty on Queen street. Thomas Coons and family are moving from their country place to tho Guthrie residence on North Syca more street. Ed. Todd and family are moving this week to their new homo on North Sycamore street, which tljey pur- hascd of Miss Elizabeth Wyatt. TAKEN TO LEXINGTON FORMER LOCAL WOMAN DEAD Word has been received hero announcing the death of Miss Carmal Welch, in Phoenix, Ariz., following a long illness of tuberculosis. The body was removed to Mattoon, 111., where the funeral and burial took place last Sunday. Miss Welch was born in this city iu 1887 nnd moved to Mnftoon about ten years ago. For the past two years she had been in Arizona for her health. She is survived by her father, Thomas C. Welch, of Decatur, 111.; one sister, Mrs. Peter Morgan, of Mattoon, nnd two brothers, Harry S. Welch, who is stationed at Camp Taylor, and Charles Welch, of Moccasin, Mont. Deceased was well known and highly esteemed in this city, where she has many friends nnd relntivcs who will bo grieved to learn BOYLE COUNTY VOTES 15 CENT PROPERTY ROAD TAX A special road tax of 15 cents on $100 to take the form of a special property tax, was voted in Boyle county Saturday, 901 to 228. Voting was heaviest in tho four Danville precincts, others being af fected by the inclement weather. Only two precincts voted against tho pro posal, the other twelve showing fa vorable returns. The tax is to construct a Federal aid highway, 21 miles through Boyle county. The highway extends from Hart to Madison counties. The cost will be approximately $200,000 for tho construction in Boyle county, the government to meet one-ha- lf tho cost. The proposal has been agitated for some time. RAILROADS BACK TO PRIVATE OWNERSHIP March 1st, tho rail tho United States were re roads of turned by tho government to private ownership. It is understood many radical changes will bo mnde, some of which will affect tho local traveling public. It is rumored there will bo a chango in the schedule on tho C. & 0. nnd it is likely tho night trnin to Washington, which now arrives at 7:45 will arrive about 2 hours later, thereby enabling one to transnet business in Louisville nnd return the same day. Other changes nro also contemplated nnd will bo nnnounced as soon ns official notice is received. On Monday, Y. W. C. A. DRIVE The High School girls are hard at woik collecting for the Nationnl Y. W. C. A. They hope to receive a contribution from everyone, so if tVy do not call on you-- look them up. On Snturdny the campaign will end with a Tag Day. About 30 girls, armed with tags, will be on tho street nil , 3. -- M - ?Q""-;yarious , - J '. 2L" Sp" counties in favor of doing tho tSvwk" now and no doubt a direct tax oKbond issues will bo voted to pro-Tic tho funds. Most of the credit for tho success of tho Midland Trail in Kentucky is lue tp Dr. R. R. Elmore, who at this vtiwo is president of tho Eastern di- Snsion of tho Midland Trail. The SWto Highway Commision of West Virginia reports that the Midland Trail in thntStato has been completed with the exception of about nine miles and with the completion of tho road a . great deal of business will come to " CentrnlKentucky and not only from "West yiTginia, but from all Eastern de -- Kentucky. MOVE TO NEW HOME Judge and Mrs. W. 0. Chenault have moved from tho country to their new homo on tho Winchester pike, which they recently purchased from Mrs. G. T. Fox. A. B. Oldham, Jr., was taken to Lexington yesterday to tho Good Samaritan Hospital, where ho will undergo nn operation within tho next few dnj's. W(hile still in a critical condition, he is holding his own and suffering no ill effects from the trip, of her death. Ho passed nn uncomfortable night, MASS MEETING HELD but his condition is somewhat im At a mass meeting held in this city proved today. Tho many friends of Saturday, all Republicans of the this popular young man nro hopeful that ho may soon bo restored to his county were named as delegates to tho district convention in session at health. Mnysvillo today and to tho State Our cut price snlo on clothes will Convention to bo held at Louisville. continue for a few days longer, and M. S. Crain, of Breathitt county, and wo advise every man to avail him-so- lf W. C. Halbort, of Lewis county, were of this opportunity to buy goods favored as delegates from this disat less than tho wholesalo price of to trict to the National Convention in day. R. E. Punch & Co. Chicago, nnd Governor Morrow was appointed as delegate from tho State-at-larg- e. RETURNS TO MT. STERLING Timothy A. Field, of Boyd Mrs. Ida II. Reis, formerly of this county, was selected as Montgomcity, who has been spending tho past ery's choice for State Central Comyear in Louisville, has returned to mitteeman from this district. Tho Mt. Sterling to make her home, and name of Judge n. Clay MoKeo, of is now domiciled in her cottage on this city, was placed before the mass. Locust street, recently vecated by meeting nnd it is likely that ho will Miss Mary Grimes. mako tho raco for Congress from the HORSE STOLEN FROM BARN Ninth District. On last Sunday night a NOTICE mare was stolen from tho barn ot All porsons desiring a chango in J. L. Robinson on tho Grassy Lick piko. Tho authorities havo been not- school districts make it known to mo ified, but as yet no clue has been in writing before March 15, 1920. Georgio V. Sledd, Co. Supt. found. Mrs. Baron D. Miller, n well known and highly respected woman, died on Monday at her home near Jefferson-vill- e nfter a brief illness of influenza i.nd pneumonia. This is the third death in the family within the past day, so do not hope to escape. Help wpek, n son nnd a daughter, P.03' nnd nlong this wonderful work for the Ha?pl Miller having died of the snmd disease only n few days ago. The girls of the world. funeral services for Mrs. stiller wore THE MARKET PLACE held today at her late res' 'cnoe. folRingo's Old Stand lowed by interment in the family" Big combination public sale March burying ground. 13th. What havo you to sell? Tho A SUCCESS Market Place is a business office for A committee from the Country transaction of every description. We buy, sell and rent absolutely every- Women's Club, composed of Mrs. B. thing of any value. List your piop-ert- P. Jeffries, Mrs. Wiltnot K. Prcwitt, State your want's. Clayton .Mrs. M. A. Prewitt, Mrs. Fisher Mnrk, Mrs. R. G. Owings nnd Mrs. Keller Howell, Mgr. Johnson held a most successful MOVES TO LEXINGTON Sntuidny in tho Petry building. Cakes,, pies and home made II. II. Pieper has( bought a handsome residence in Lexington nnd he candy nnd country produce of all and family moved Saturday. Mr. kinds were sold, nnd the sum of $105 Pieper's reason for changing his place wns cleared, which will be used for of residence is that ho might be more the benefit of the Rest Room. centrally located and thereby divide DIES AT CHAMBERS STATION his timo among his chain of Central t Skidmore, well known nnd Kentucky stores. highly respected citizen of Menefeo county, died Friday at his homo at SELLS NICE RESIDENCE II. C. McKeo, as agent for Mrs. Chambers Stntion of infirmities of Margaret Guthrie, sold her handsome age. Funernl services nnd burial residence on Sycamore stitct to T. took place Saturday. Deceased was N. Coons at a private price. This is tho father of Dan B. Skidmore, of this one of tho"best locnted and most de- city. sirable pieces of property in this city. REV DARSIE IN PINEVILLE Possession will bo given this moth. Rev. Clyde Dnrsio, of this city, left today for Pincville, where he will MOVED TO BOURBON Mr. and Mrs. Richard M, Jones, deliver an address before tho School who sold their farm on tho Stcpstono of Methods, now in session in that pike, havo moved to their new home city. near Plum Lick, in Bourbon county. LAND y. go EXCHANGE Gai-ret- CAMP FIRE GIRLS Beautiful Veils Clarke's. at Mrs. K. 38-4t 0. WINDOW LAND & V GLASS PRIEST All Stock Sizes Any Size Cut to Order Druggists. at his place of business. A chapter of Camp Fire Girls has been organized in this city with Misses Elizabeth Clay Highland nnd Emily Ilnzelrigg guardians. They woro entertained with a picture show party Friday afternoon by SALE Miss Edna D. Owings, with tho folSELLS ANOTHER STUDEBAKER lowing members present : Misses HighGeorge Bondurant, on Saturday, land and Ilnzelrigg, Martha Moss, J. C. Swope, local agent, reports bought by Ed. Bondurant (colored), Nola Highland, Elizabeth Strossmun, tho snlo of n light six Studcbakor four ncres of land, house and barn THE TRANSFER MAN Virginia Ayres, Eliso Dorrickson, to W. C. Hamilton, same to bo de- at Stcpstouc, nnd paid $1,000 cash. Preston Cook, Into of tho Fanners Laura Gill Hoffman, Georgia Kern, livered within tho next 00 days. Possession will bo given March 1st. Warehouse force, hns now gone into Frances Turner, Kntherino Redmond tho transfer business and is nnd Sue Bames, tho mascot of the to do your hauling. He can be chapter. found at any time by calling Cravens IT WOilKS NICHOLAS Co'uPLE MARRY & Turpin's office, Phono 401. Whfle You Sleep On hist Wcdtudny Mr Atho Rat-liO. K. Fertilizer Tiy it this That BACK ON THE JOB and Miss fiossio Ilarduick, of Nicholas county, wcro united in nur-riag- o Season and you won't lose sleep. Robert C. Lloyd, who hns been conat tho Baptist parii'i nge. PasSold by fined to his apartments for the past tor R. L, Goldsmith officiating. Grocery Co. three weeks with a sovoro attack of "flu" has recovered and now is back WANTED Clean old rags, free pro-pared ff Chllcs-Thompson from buttons. Apply at this office. I fe pial I " -- WAV AMI t mIIUBIillBlli W . , J " 9l l II'I af' -- ! frMi Dm- - ;. ; 260 Jicres jitaated tirs a. ifBe, B?jle County, Kentucky, ob ob f Ue bst pikes Xrlnacf ' a iy rrMMtltr cwry is Wws ywii ifce "- Ja Km- -' x M . It mK --m-a- urn i - T .Hb v' MB KlliU WA K MB v jv v 6 ibeStsie-- xae fwm&e im eusjuat vB4wCKjTa Skis vrTIMBIf UtESOVEMENTS Handsome btt modern dwefl- XateraBr Ute ytimtawt frrtiiwt. tobacco y ib the 5nci eagit rooms, "water, light, etc Tea-acr- e mi cf eray futility wrogr 1 3v- 1y 1 f ni4 i IXfl 4vk fiTT nAtiCAC caia TI maf Wsatljjl t iBMmajvft-uaiwk&w-wgiAta tb v vwiiauv nuuv wi ! ut AxmtKwa a Tn .w wcravcj "3l aefm &&& soiL Address Box 53. cres in zrass. 50 acres of vfrrin 9R "Tff a -- etM iBfIBBN. BH '!x" ( -- . eoae iroaa m&xv rres. it wm , X 4 - S - i- C - 5-6-S - 4 - H1n CriA-- i H Ii BBircmllj w frega a tax ea wtLty A ftMjB()ir j, booded rarebwRses tie St&le. Ii is SkyalwthJ "smtaaSr iril ceaw frsat ob race tr&cks. W0rW0 rain J ... ,- -j I4 . MTTI MMIII1 I tflfBtm ' -- ! I SB xjaajs -- 5B)T T , THStW0KOIWAKTTi XlralK PffliTICAL Woaea irlio litre net jet rated ire eh&wizrg xa aadba&twa to Bstea to FAUT d ia lie zaot xaasaer. In z&aaj parts of tie craatrr inb iroz&ea sad sses-be- FROM TrW TQ TQ gfflr BJiEAlHES Of SPtlfG eoe fxtoa a Eecace ea It tax he Iit fl- 1mm A: r - ' w T " :" 15 partisan pSe&s opea-raS- rs f Tanss kaportaat orgsoixa-lion- E, paSaatbrepie sad eiric, are girjag speakers freza each poHtioal pazir tie leei pprt.2Hkies to pre i heat tieir Tieirs- - lira. Women's Bvrtma Beaeezae Cearaitt&e, ir&s tie guest -- GTe Ba5, catraaa f ticj Xa-.tloz- ial re-ce- oilr of Swrti Bead, Iad romea uiio invited her to epeak. She jrcat arpeoiisg tc talk fros: fie plat-eof a haV or assereWy tooth, bst Xonad herself the gaost at a foraal id j nn dinner, srhich had beea arranged by Mrs. Anae Stndebaier Carlisle, leader of Bepnblieaa "women. Bead motor reMdes, and f759,OW frwo a tax on pasoBse. It is certain tiat i if Kent eky can raiw her part of tie money to sateh dollar for dollar, annually will come fro J the federal government. ! ConFtractioa of a line of roadiV from one connty to another is eaDed 5 a project. r lier 2ts 5 prajects contained is this vast syEteai of j jf roads to ie bmM- - They follow; Project Xo. 1 From TTickliffe to Springfield, via Bardwel, TAaySeld, Lt, Benton, Iggner's Ferry, Penton, Ca-dix, Gracy, HopkiaEviIl,I3kton,SHs- seHrille, Bowling Green, Edmonlos, Colnmbia, CaEpoeHsTiTJe and Leb anon. 2Cb. 2 Henderson to Gnthrie, tia a. Bixon, MadisonviHe, Xortonville and -- TT7I 1 w7 i ' ;- - i New Models In Authentic t Lt f tie OassiSed ads. HopHnsviDe. Xo. 3 Louisville to Adolphus, ria i,Bardstoira, Hodgenville, Buffalo, i Hardyville, In Women's Smart Outer Apparel r Suits Sport Coats t Coats Dresses Skirts Millinery All Early Inspection will be to your advantage J J, SPRING STYLES VKeN IN LEXINGTON TjYOjJgm.S'CHEONETTE TTe I EpedaEae Candy, in Home-MaIndindaal de leas and Cakes Onr Catenag Department is in Capable Hands and We Gaarantee Satisfaction- MCQURK IttifTaJi i5.,r.I,ifa.Ts -- O'BRIAN f! Ashland to Pineville via fatlettsiurg, Louisa, Paintsvflle, Prestonburg, Pikeville, "vThitesbnrg In ind Harlan. Xo. 7 Bardwell to Kentncty-TennesDairy or Stock Farm state line at Pulton, via Suitable For 'Tinton and Hickman. H VmetVoov sotl and located on one of the best jIkn cat of This fzrir bocsr of 7 roona, ZxralsTMe. Hx tatU- from intnJrtn lire. Nice Urgr So. 8 Louisville to 'Wickliffe. via two JiaJU aod tiatfa. funuie and acetylene ilgliu for ttouiMr rx3 tars. .Ul faTjt houit. fine good mine fcooxe. new Vet Point, Tip Top, Brandenburg, Hr. condition- ouUocMdtscs Nice, laree One chtein bmif. deuMe ooru crlbc. oe oM stock barn In new barn arranged for JM dairy amt and otbr atoclc. Owner telnr engaged In Tardinsburg, Hawesville, Owensboro, me extent, therefore h na bad to nerieet the farm to other to quit farralng and autborlxd iu to ceH at once. School and church close. Henderson, 3rorganfield, Smithland the farm, l'rice for quick aale, I146.W F. D. and teiepbone; troek Hne Ii. per acre. and Padacab. SEMONIN GOODMAN So. 0 Paducah to Kentucky-Ten-lessIncorporated. LOUISVILLE, KY. 237-E. TAYLOR BLDG. I4ARI0N state line, via 31ayfield and o. C J Glasgoir and Seottsrflle. I Xo. 4 TSlncnesler to "Whitesbnrg, (via Stanton, Campion, Jackson, I Dward and Harard. Xo' S--Sn to Tennessee eanng Sranrmg, Teaa, dressed froa tlj to tee is all tiat Ptate bDe bread etraw 'ria Erlan?or. Tlomne PJW criti its fcaads et toulara; ti abort, tun coat asd tie Ks 'TYalfon, Crittenden, "vTilliamto-wnchecked sldrt. It's all for .outGeorceto-wnLexington, Bichmond, door rear, tat ptmritg la erery Una. Please sotfee tie Me eoars ift Vernon, Corbin, Barbourville, JL mzth flowlax veO to feK tka.e)M Pineville, 3Gddlesboro. J , , V troa tgrit TriU. ir'-trvrvirf .....A state line, near 1 31 Where Greatest Values In Women's Outer Apparel and Millinery Come From West Short Street, Two Doors West of Mill Street, Lexington, Ky. A. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. a! , - Only 30 Days 1 Farm of 170 Acres Which to Sell This ee - sec-eeca- rx htc 8 de-cij- wj e -- , Lexington, Winchester, Mt. ville. e, Sterling, Owingsville, Morebead and via Lancebnrg, Stanford, So. 5S Georgetown to Brooksville, , Liberty, Jamestown, Sewell-to- n, Grayson. via Cynthiana, Craysville and Wil-- ? Seventy Six and Albany. . Xo. 48 Augusta to Blue Lick, via fore. So. 59 Xicholasville, via Valley "V Xo. 2-Somerset to Columbia, via Brooksville and Mt. Olivet. Jamestown. J" Xo. 49 Georgetown to Warsaw, View to Richmond. Xo. S5t" Iticb-mon- d, to Sanford's via Stamping 2sb. 25 CampbellsviUe to Ground, Bethany, via Danville, Perryville, Leb Owenton, Bromely, Poplar Grove and Point, via Worthville, Wheatley Xew Liberty. & Glencoe. anon and Lancaster. Tennessee Hunters-villHous-tonvill- e, ville, y jrr ., r? and. y So. 26 Frankfort to Versailles. Xo. 27 mUtW z lThe Telephone, Agam.Mr.Browtf How many times a day are Brown and Smith and Jones of your office called away from their desks to answer the telephone or to make an urgent call? Loss of time and efficiency results from You can provide the these interruptions. Stanford to Albany, via Crab Orchard, Mt. Vernon, Somerirnrray. set, Bumside and Monticello. So. 10 Owensboro to Smithland, So. 2S London to- - Greenup, via via Calhoun, Central City, Greenville, Manchester, Hyden, Hazard, Lackey, N'ortonville, Springs, Prince-o- n Hindman, Salyersville, West Liberty, and Eddyville. Sandy Hook and Grayson. yo. 11 Owerpboro to Tipton, via So. 29 Richmond to Jackson, via Hartford, Pleasant Rfdge, Morgan-'owIrvine and Beattyville. Bowlins Green, Cave City, Bear No. 30 Richmond to Pineville, via Wallow, Jrunfordville and Elizabeth-towMcKee, Manchester and Red Bird. No. 31 Beattyville to Manchester, 0. 12 Owensboro to Elizabeth-towvia Boonesville. via Whitesville, Fordsville and Xo. 32 Paris to West Liberty, via Leitchfield. ML Sterling and Frenchburg. "Ko. 13 Louisville to Florence, via So. 33 Owingsville to Mayslick, nnssell's Comer, Bedford, SBIlon, via Frenchburg. Carrollton and Warsaw. Xo. 34 Paintsville to Salyersville. So. 14 Horgantown to jrunfords-ville Xo. 35 Corbin to via Brownsville and 31ammoth state line at Jellico, via WilCave. liamsburg. So. 15 Greenville to Xo. 30 Pineville to West Virginia e state Ene, via Geddes, state line, near Williamson. Lewisburg, Bussellville and Franklin Xo. 37 Bowling Green to. Willow to Warren county line. Shade, via Scottsville and Tompkins-villee Da-wso- Xo. 50 Richmond Winchester. The only panic of which there is any evidence is that among the ReXo. 51 Columbia to Kentucky-- 1 publican managers and officesteker3, lennessee state line near. Willow who see their chances of election aext autumn steadily diminishing. Grove, Tenn., via Burkesville. Xo. 52 Scottsville to Franklin. So. 53 Cave City to Mammoth Cave. to Paris, via ,y J s ft' n, So. 54 Mayfield to Fulton. So. 55 Dutch Fish Trap Bridge to Dawson Springs, via Anton, Madison-vill- e EASTIN & HARRIS Funeral Directors and. Sit n. n, and Earlington. So. 56 Harlan to Virginia state line, near Hubbard Springs and from Poor Fork via Benha mand Lynch, to Virginia line, near Keeckee, Va. So. 57 Williamstown to Maysville via Falmouth, Caddo and Browns Embalmers MT. STERLING, KY. Residence, -- ". -- , rt - "? Of 'JsTE1- Phones: Office 479 295 and 146 fsc e, Kentucky-Tennesse- Kentucky-Tennesse- c. Mt. Sterling Lumber Co. , Incorporated Star Planing Mill Co. L U M B SUCCESSORS TO remedy. Extension telephones on the desks of those who have occasion to use the telephone will work wondrous savings for you. The cost is only a few cents a week. Call the Manager's office today. CUMBERLAND TELEPHONE AND TELEGRAPH COMPANY Incorporated Hardyville to Campbells-vill- e, via Oreensburg. Xo. 38 Middlesboro to Cumbero. 17 Louisnille to Georgetown, land Gap... via Shelbyville and Frankfort. Xo: 39 Pikeville to Louisa, via So. 18 Louisville to Bardstown, Inez. via Taylorsville. Xo. 40 Albany to Glasgow, via So. 10 Russell's Corner to Willow Shade and Burksville. via La Grange, Sew CasXo. 41 Hodgenville to Elizabeth-tow- n. tle and Owenton. So. 20 Shelbyville to Ashland, via Xo. 42 Murray to Eggner's Ferry, Lawrencrfburg, Versailles, Lexington, near Fenton. Paris, Millersburg, Blue-Lic- k, Mays-Jie- k, Xo. 43 Vanceburg to Flemings-burMaysville, Ribelt, Vanceburg via little Mount, Van Buren and Greenup. and Glensboro. So. 21 Newport to Paris, via Xo. 45 Central City to nartford, Alexandria, Falmouth and Cynthiana. via Rockport and McIIcnry So. 22 Lawroncoburg to Ken- So. 40 Carrollton to West Point. state line at Isham, via Xew castle, Shelbyville, Tnylors- Harrodsburg, Danville. Stanton, 411e and Shcpherdville. i Soinorstt flnd Whitley City. Xo. 47 Bardstown to Ashland, via So. 23 Nlcholusvill e to Kentucky- - Springfield, Harrodbburg, Nicholas- g, lucky-Tcunessee o. 1C J L 3E H LUMBER Rough and dressed, Everything to build a house, barn, garage or anything made of wood Fence posts, Sash, Doors, Composition roofing, Cedar is.r U M E ft E' R H-- It shingles, Asphalt shingles. -- MIUL. WORK A SPCCIAUT- Y- I: ".. wf. , A Prominent Woman's Ttfthnony Xy.i '1 om cartaJaly ,Igjbri,a remedies for the benefitljpmiss Dr. FMrce have received from them. The 'Lotion Tablets' I used on my doctor's four ego. NEARLY AUjIAyE 0.HIT FAIR PRICE I0ARD T&iB rocommonuatlon years sbout flesh as well. ,'Zi - B These tablets cured me of all inflammation. I afterwards took the a von to Prescrip tion' ana it tmut me up in health and . lDIClllt I had a condition that weakened me terribly and I lost 1 nrenoeu nren pounds wnuo talang the vet bottle. I havo also taken Dr. Pierco's neaeot Pellets for biliousness and inactive sTrtf, and am confident that there is no other wMlwtflB made that can equal them for jfelf Brompt relief." MRS. ELEANOR fTBINMETZ, 1048 E. Washington St. -- A Woman's Experience -1 in Middle Life 4 4 clashing forces. Charges of failure to on the part of the attorney general's office were mado by P. H. Callahan, who, as chairman, headed tho wholesale withdrawals from tho body, which recently has been thought into There aro a good many "irrccon-cilablo- notice through prosecutions of retail on that committee of 171 merchants for alleged profiteering. by which the Republican plea of conVincent B. Smith, secretary, who fession and avoidance is to be written for the next Presidential cam- also resigned, declares that retail paign. How will a plank by Amos merchants were in closer touch with Pinchot striko Senator Penrose, for tho attorney general's office than example? they were with tho Kentucky body. s" Covington, Ky.: "Dr. Pierce's Favorito Prescription and Golden Medical Disoorery re the very best medicines I havo ever taken. They brought me thru when I "was so ill that I was bedfast (or weeks. I had heard so much about Dr. Pierco's medicines that I finally sect fortho 'Golden Medical Discovery and the "Favorite Prescription' and with the first few doses that I took my health commenced to improvo until I beeame a perfectly well woman. I cannot sraise theso medicines too highly. I only statement will bo the means of other women who are weak and suffering,' espeeially-ihosat the critical time of middle life, rivineDr. Pierce's medicines a trial." MRS. CARRIE PAYNE, 1458 CordeliaSt. a girl beeom woniM, wbo a woman becomes a mother, when a woman passes through the changes of middle life, are the three periods of life when health and strength are most needed to withstand the ain and distress often caused by severe organic disturbances. At these critical times women are best fortified by tho use of Dr. Pierce's Favorite Proscription, an old remedy of proved worth. P. II. Callahan," chairman of tho Fair Price Commission, and practically hia entire staff, resigned their posts on tho commission Tuesday, following a clash with the of A. Mitchell Palmer, attornoy general of tho United States, under whom tho Department of Justico has established commissions in every State for the purpose of reducing tho high cost of living. Mr. Callahan's resignation and those of M. B. Kcndrick, invesligator for tho commission; Elmer H. Hancock, vico chairman; Vincent B. Smith, secretary, and a clerk in tho commission's office, worn sent in Tuesday following an interchange of caustic correspondence. According to Mr. Smith, many other members of Kentucky of-fl- co The Smaller Cars and the World's Most PoDular Tires No tires bearing the Goodyear name,not even the famous Goodyear Cords which equip the world's highest-pricecars, embody a higher relative value than do Goodyear Tires in sizes. the 30x3-- , 30x3V- - and 31x4-incd h In-the- k4hla e Sh tho commission who resido in tho Stato havo alroady resigned their places and numerous others havo announced their intention to do likowise. 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J iTy!Sf siiiiBFssslsW Ji "fPrSjIfl jSrWii lu J riiV IwFE:' sVsakirsm. Jtmmm They couldn't be built now for twice$7i.ooo ' pMSSJSMSJSjSMSPSSSSBSTBSSSJiSjrBpSPSpipippjiMJSSSSSSSSSB GOODYEAR SERVICE STATION V i. - f y When the talk turns from politics to railroads, and the traveler with the cocksure air breaks in with, "There's an awful lot of 'water in the railroads," here are some hard-pa- n facts to give him: American railroads have cost $80,900 a mile roadbed, structures, stations, yards, terminals, freight and passenger trains everything from the great city terminals to the last spike. RAGAN-GA- Y HOW SHOULD ONE EAT TWENTY-FIV- E MOTOR CO. - . .f , fw (!&vrRr .y .Ai7L; u A good concrete-and-aspha- lt va sj $36,000 a mile highway costs just a bare road,' not count- rdtii ing the cost of culverts, bridges, etc. Our railroads couldn't be duplicated for $150,000 a mile. to-d- ay They are capitalized for only $71,000 a mile much less than their actual value. Seventy-on- e thousand dollars today will buy one locomotive. English railways are capitalized at $274,000 a mile; the French at $155,000; German $132,000; even in Canada (still in pioneer development) they are capitalized at $67,000 a mile. The average for all foreign countries 1s $100,000. Low capitalization and high operating efficiency have enabled American Railroads to pay the highest wages while charging the lowest rates. Qfiis SissotiaUonofSlailway Gxecutives y Thost dliMnt Information conttrnlng thi rallneJ slluatltn may obtain liltraturt by writing to Tht Association of Railway Eittutims, (I Broadway, Now York advertisement is published by the J. LINCOLN'S ADVICE those Virginia hams como from, there In reading the roster of that commay bo a proud old sow who is oven mittee of 171 chosen to construct a DOLLAR HAM A Abraham Lincoln gave some pretty now boasting in measured grunts that good advice when he said: Republican platform ono wonders York Sun) (New her grandson's hind leg was sold on "Teach economy. That is one of whether all of them will bo willing Within tho memory of men young Broadway for $25. It is pleasant to tho first and highest virtues. It be- to stand on it after tho Republican enougluto register for tho last draft think that tho Great White Way can candidate for the Presidency takes gins with tho saving of money." hams sold for eight cents a pound. bring sunshine into even a hog's life. It would bo interesting to know bis place there. Peoplo used to cat them then whenjust how many parents in this counever tho high cost of living shot GO NO FARTHER try have waked up to the fact that Catarrh Cannot Be Cured porterhouse steaks up to 18 cents; tho teachers in our schools have or- with LOCAL. APPLICATIONS, as they cannot reach the seat of the disease. piece out and they were also used to ganized their pupils into thrift clubs Catarrh Is a local disease, greatly InThe Evidence s at Your Dcor fluenced by constitutional conditions, and fried eggs at 15 cents a dozen, ifovr In order to cure and are giving them systematic in- Internal remedy. It you must take an a wholo great city is divided on the Hall's Catarrh Mediin Thrift and Saving. If cine Is taken Internally and acts thru Mt. SterEng proof is what you struction question whether a cooked ham which the blood on the mucous surfaces of the you are a parent,, let your child's system. Hall's Catarrh Medicine was "' .. prescribed by one of the best physWsjTS-weighs eleven and pounds want, and the statement of this highly comrespected resident "will banish all teacher know you appreciate tl'"J In this country for besr&n, posed is worth $25.00. Bome of the training being given for success and combined S.h - some doubt: blood bestknn. purifiers. The- PSj'ftv combination of It is a common working basis in S. M. Warner, Harrison avenue, prosperity. And don't forget it is a the Ingredients In hs J"a Catarrh Medicine Is what produces such wonderful valuation that a thing is worth what Mt. Sterling, says: "I wns always duty of every parent to set his child results In catarrhal conditions Send for testimonials, free. you can get for it; or, on tho other strong and active until kidney trouble a wibo example. When did you buy P. J. CHENEY & CO., Props., Toledo, O. All Druggists, 76e. side, that it is worth what you aro Hall's Family Fills for constipation. affected me about five years ago. 1 vom last War Saving Stamp? willing to pay to end your hankering was taken suddenly and my back and for it. Wo havo never seen, In that sides ached dreadfully. Tho least interesting part of tho Museum of move sent dagger-lik- e pains all HAVE YOU PREPARED YOUR Natural Ilistory where counterfeits through my body. I was confined to of foods aro temptingly displayed, a my bed and delirious part of tho time. ham that appeared to be worth o; INCOME TAX RETURN was in misery. My kidneys acted iryet tho man who sold tho ham now nt I regularly and I could get no relief issuo says it was worth that much, until I used Donn'sKidnoy Pills, proand tho man who ate it appears to cured from Duerson's Drug Store. have been willing to pay $14 for it. If Thoy helped mo right nlong until I a ham can bo worth $14, maybe it wns improved in every way. When I The time grows shorter and our engagements more can bo worth $25.00 havo any return of kidney trouble, How BhQuld a $25 ham bo eaten T Donn's Kidney numerous each day. We have a fewdays not engaged, Pills hnvo never failed If it were to bo fried, nothing would to relievo tho aches and pains it percertain of which will be spent in Mt. Sterling. Please Buit it but a 6ilver skillet, nothing son of my ago, eighty-tw- o years, is write for appointment at once if you desire our mnto it except tho eggs of tho golden subject to." pheasants. A cold cooked $25 ham, OOo at all dealers. Foster-MillnMii'h ns tho ono which threatens to Co., Mfgrs., Buffalo, N. Y. be ,n issuo before tho courts, y ought to bo oaten with mustard "The Kentucky chemist who claims grown on tho south slope of Oljinpus that ho can turn lead into gold is not HIFNER & LARY or mado into a sandwich tho upper tho fellow pooplo nro looking for," and nether parts of which aro thin declare Harry A. Sommers, of tho ACCOUNTANTS AND AUDITORS sli08 of ambrosia carved witb knife ' Eliznbethtown News. "They want a a Bldg. ' Winchester, Ky. of rubies. man who can turn water into Down in Virginia, or wherever one-quart- er oj'-'th- pt-tniul- Brown-Proctori- WSJ"" " !!? wrfyqia$ WW- irfmmimmmmmmmsmmmmmmw mrirrt "if Mfe& ! HI mwmmmmmr """ " .' - Advocate Publishing1 Company INCORPOXATKD liberty THIS WEEK Thft SATWHJAY rt ft Hi IH9M , Wm TflHJ WIM . i Tiliilmin'i FWtflAtoTy PUBLISHERS MT. STERLING ADVOCATE J. W. DEDDEN, Sit. Iditor J. W. IIEDDEN, Jit. - - Associate Editor and Business Manager MRS. MARY C. AYRES AMH Success Series Local News Editor mail matter UNNNNNflNNH INNNNNNNNNK Entered in the PoMoffice at Mt. Sterling as second-clas- s - ONE DOLLAR AND FIFTY CENTS PER YEAR iUBSCRIPTION Cash must accompany order. No announcement inserted until paid for e ' JjJm. jU WeditMdRy to attend ik ffeMral of Gano Steele were Stanley LattghHti, Edna Laughlin, Mattie Lee Laughlin, Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Steele, Mr. and Mrs. Clell Todd and Levi Steele, of North Middletown, and Tom Sutton, Mt. Sterling. II. C. F. Martin returned Friday from Cleveland, 0., where he attended Mr. Rogers TMHl f saiff 'f3l. rS. SAYS Don't be scared about prices on Spring CUbYihtf. THINGS ARE HIGH, compared with former timee, MS' not so high aa some folk would have you to bdtaRgtg We find our customers EXPECT higher price than thtt$. find on our NEW SPRING GARMENTS and are d lighted to find they do not have to pay $100.00 fjjfc. a Spring Suit, or even $85.00. We are showing' ' i nobby Wool Jersey Suits for $30.00 and $36.00. These suits aro well made and stylish. OUr Serge and,.,, Tricotinc Suits range from $35.00 to $75.00, and for;' $49.50 we are showing some dainty models. f, GOOD ROADS There has been heard a mighty muttering from the ground. It is a voice of the peeple, the country people, who are. demanding good roads. Politicians have heard these demands and are getting mighty good just now, so good that they aro beginning to dream dreams and to see visions. Why, the Judge cannot turn the pages of past news gatherings that ho docs not behold good roads, iiko unto images on the outside of his windows, and which meet his approval most gladly T This would-b- e leader has always been for good roads? and moro especially just now, for yonder comes the mighty good roads roller.flattcning everything in its wake. The people of Montgomery are demanding good roads, superlatively expressed. They aro defing their own thinking and in this effort of obtaining the very best no one dare hinder. Good roads arc coming, because the many need them jn their business and for their pleasure. They will be hero from Maysville, via Flemingsburg and Sharpsburg, from Owingsville, Frenchburg, Stanton, Winchester, Lexington, Paris, Carlisle and many other points. No. man or set of men can head off this Irresistnblc tide for the great common people are speaking and the good roads are coming. The road roller is more powerful than the politician's steam roller. . the superintendents' section of the National Educational Association. Mrs. J. W. Shankland and Mrs. YL B. Arnold spent Friday in Mt. Sterling.' Miss YSrgnline Byron, who attends K. C. U., Danville, came Friday to visit her parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. T. Byron. Mrs. W. R. Arnold entertained on Wednesday in honor of Mrs; A. N. Crooks, who will leave in a short time to, make her home in Mt. Sterling. Those invited were Mesdnmes A. N. Crooks, E. H. Brother, Glen Perry, Ford Patterson and J. W. Shankland. Emory Anderson returned Wednes- .. .4, jnow that's not so DRESSES oaa is it.' . . .,K t.,u-i ' fjfiNjJjflSL s- - BNflPH I M&FLY . I PIOCFORX) Good looking dresses, made of Georgette andja" . .. vyM i. aeiignt you. nor Taffeta at $35.00 to $45.uu-w- m the young folks, we suggest the Blouse Dress of Jer sey Cloth New and Jaunty, for $30.00 and$35.00. .. ...... Esmeralda.' COATS ALSO FORD WEEKLY Frices 3 ami I3c Plus Tax H. CLAY McKEE FOR CONGRESS CORRESPONDENCE day from Marion Ind. Miss Blanche Wli?1- - nn3 Jacob Warner were marred Thursday afternoon at the home of the officiating minister, the Rev. M. C. Hart. Hughes Anderson returned on last The new short Sport Coats for Spring are eripr tirelv different and verv attractive, with a large! ' - mu j ii.. r i umi.r eon nnW pyv, ttfilf' variety ui cuiuia uiiu luunta. aiic to $45.00, and ome are even as low as $17.50 ii !- 1 ! I J t v TOBACCO MARKET CLOSES Mr. Jack; Hanks, of Stanton, is The local tobacco market closed visiting his Dr. FaulkFriday with sales at each, of the three ner, of this place. big warehouses. The total number Miss Grace Shackelford, of Mt. of pounds sold on the Mt. Sterling Sterling, has been spending the week market is 7,231,325, with a general end witlrher aunt, Mrs. 0. H. McKee. average of 31.29. The Fainraers Misses Ethel and Willie Hadley Warehouse sold 3,438,475 pounds, The Advocate is Democratic to the core, and, while acknowledging spent Friday night with Misses Fanaveraging $32.52. The Whitehall ability .of the prospective Republican candidate, must give its support nie and Effle Fortune. the Warehouse sold 2,787,505 pounds, Mr. Walter Thompson and family to the Democratic nominee. averaging $30.71. Tho Robertson have moved from Howard's Mill to sold 1,005,345 pounds, averaging thdir farm near this place. $28.85. i Miss Sarah Lee Jackson hns been m Miss Arris Chiles is at the Traders visiting her sister, Mrs. Sid Lans-dal- e. son-in-la- The Republicans of Montgomery county in session in this city last Saturday dill themselves proud by endorsing Judge H. Clay McKce as a candidate for Congress in this, the Ninth District. The Judge, if nominated, would make a popular candidate and whoever campaigns with him would know they had been kept busy in a political contest. The fact is, the Judge is not Republican to hurt. Really no partisan collar fits him well for whatever he thinks is for the best interest of the people, whether that smacks of Republicanism or Democracy that he will stand for. Of all the Republicans of the district w e do not know of one that we would prefer to Judge McKee. We do not think Fields can be defeated by any Republican, but if he is to be defeated by a Republican, then give us the party's best Judge, H. Clay McKee, of the County of Montgomery. Wcdnesdny from Mijrion, Ind., where lie has been employed. Spencer News S. V. Johnson was in Mt. Sterling Mr. L. B. Rcasor is able to be out, Wednesday. JUST ARRIVED Large shipment of PHOENIX SILK HOSE HOUSE DRESSES MIDDY SUITS AND BLOUSES MUSLIN UNDERWEAR IS J- - SSr after an attack of influenza. The ROGERS Go. 'Mi Incorporated "OUTFITTERS TO WOMEN" BOY BITTEN BY MAD DOG ld PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH' . -j 1. 1 SUTTON & SON Undertakers and Embalmers MT. STERLING. KY. Day Phone 481. NightPhones 23 & 121 HEAR TRAGEDY IN MAKING OF The son of William Stephens, living near Stepstone, was bitten Friday by a dog said to have been affected with rabies. The dog, which bore a Clark county license tag, was immediately killed and tho head sent to Bowling Green for examination. Several head of live stock National Bank this week in the place were also bitten by the maddened Mr. and Mrs. Walter Ncave, of near of Miss Dessie Stamper, who is ill. animal. Maysville, and Miss Elizabeth of Mt. Sterling, spent Monday with Miss Eliza Bennett. Mr. Sid Lansdale spent Sunday Y with his fathejr-in-laMr. J. P. ' Hol-Iearn, ,,.,-.- . T ur. jucainsier will nreach Snnilnv m?iminff nnr ntfpTiinw Mrs. Turley wm sing at morning service rrayer .Meeting Wednesday ovening at 7:30. i V flfe ' ? &&.!& - JA J&W "EP jt . AOVwt m i There is a lot of weak flesh in the land just now. itfSr Jackson. Miss Maude Reed has returned to or home after spending two months her relatives near Hazel Green. Mrs. Julia Clarke and daughter pent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. J. P. i - ! I Holt Is an excellent swimmer, but the MAURICE TOURNEUR PICTURE heavy sea almost foiled his efforts to hold Miss Stark up. However, Thrilling Climax of "The Life Line." Mr. Tourneur had provided for such an emergency and stout life boats, Jackson. Filmed at Risk of Players' which had been following the two, Lives Owingsville came to the rescue. Mrs. Glen Perry entertained tho At the Tabb Thursday. For the filming of the thrilling cliLadies' Missionary Society of tho max of "The Life Line," the new MOVES TO GREENBRIAR Presbyterian church Monday after' Paramount-Artcra- ft picture, which B. M. Goodan and family, who have noon at her home on High street. Maurice Tourneur adapted from "The been Miss Lucille Vice returned to living at Stoops for many years, Romany Rye," tfie rockiest portion of school at Danville Monday after a to the Ray Moss farm on the Southern California coast, was short visit with her parents, Mr. and Greenbriar, near Camnrgo. selected. The scene was made while Mr. Goodan has been the Advocate Mrs. J. L. Vice. great storm was raging. A real ship John Wood was in Mt. Sterling correspondent for the Stoops neighwas run aground upon the rocks and borhood and his bright, breezy and Wednesday. a life line shot at it from shore, with newsy Mr. and Mrs. George Steele have letters will be greatly missed oast guards operating the gun. Then in our paper. It is hoped that Mr. returned from Camp Knox, whp- a breeches bupy was rigged, and Goodan will send us the news hap they were called 'on account of the Jack Holt, the hero in the picture, penings from the neighborhood in the illness and death of their son, Gano jwas hauled out to the ship, where vicinity of his flow Steele. home. 6eena"Gtf6n, Paulino Stark, other .. m Dr. Alwnlden was in Lexington How doth the gentle laundress members of rkjj castjin.d. scores of Wednesday and Thursday. Search out the weakest joints, "extras" waited o"n the water-sweClarence Power spent Wednesday And always scrape the buttons off in decks to bo rescued. Mt. Sterling. All went well until the return trip, C. W. Young was in Louisville on when Mr. Holt and Miss Stark ocMonday. cupied the breeches buoy. The line Houston Lane returned to his home Jiung so low that both were drenched Weatherwax Paint " iPYRAMIDS near Sharpsburg Monday after n Coslt lea per iwk as I MJ"--- .! from the knees down by the leaping tuiuce short visit with friends. untn over twice u mucnwood acornst doc PeniuneDtly preserve tho waves. But just at the most dangerSave over tho cott of painting your Urn William Harper, of Catlettsburg, fiacied Ly a wnnea cuaianteo ous point in their journey over the visited his aunt, Mrs. C. S. Ratliff on J. R. Lyons, Mt. Sterling, Ky. raging sea the lino parted. The playThursday and Friday. ers were flung into the waves. Mr. John Sheehan left Monday to spend several weeks nt Colorado Springs. Chester Lntbrnin, Detroit, Mich., is t visiting his parents, Mr. and Mrs. S. have-moved pt tf one-ha- t t T mi.rA T I WU 1-- iai ill ill IUUN I ULUtlAM m fafnnm r V fAKM r a wm X3 2 t AT ABSOLUTE AUCTION! TITPSnAV MAPfU iS inoA t T LIVE T Ck T Miles North of LaGrange, the Famous Orchard Grass A, Belt ot Kentucky, in the Heart of Oldham County ! 410 ACRES T T T t JL AT 10:00 A. M., RAIN OR SHINE T t t T T t T v A r A z f 4.T. T T T f In order to settle up the estate of the late Newton Button, deceased, the heirs, Albert D. Button, Robert A. Button and Virginia LaMaster have placed this farm in our hands to be sold at Absolute Auction. This farm is limestone so'il and is known to be one of the best blue grass and tobacco farms in Oldham county SEVENTY-FIVE one-four- th STOCK, IMPLEMENTS AND FEED ACRES OF BOTTOM LAND This farm is located mile west of LaGrange and Sligo pike, bordering on the waters of Harrod's Creek, in half mile of church and school. This farm is to be subdivided in two tracts and will be sold in separate tracts; afterwards as a whole, the highest bid or bids being accepted LIBERAL TERMS WILL BE ANNOUNCED AT SALE TRACT NO. 1 About 230 Acres Improvements consist of one frame, two-etoresidence; one new bungalow; meat house, poultry house, fine well at dwelling, one extra good stock barn, 50x7G, metal roof; one tobacco barn, large crib and granary with four sheds. Creek runs through this tract, with 30 acres creek bottom land; 35 acres in orchard grass and clover; 29 acres to be sown in orchard grass and clover before date of sale; 50 acres in timber, balance in blue grass This is limestone land. Seventy-fiv- e per cent of this is first-clas- s tobacco land. Seven ry ? y. never failing springs. 4 4 t 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 t The Phoenix Hotel Kentucky-Welcomes Lexington, 4 4 ! 4 4 4 4 4 4 Sterling and Montomery County People JOHN SKAIN, (10-1- the patronage of Mt. t t 4 0 0 4 Managing Director Lathram. Miss Mattie Penny, of Mt. Sterling, spent the week with tho families of her uncles, E. R. Brother and C. S. Brother, Harry Crooks left Monday for Louisville, where ho underwent an oporation for appendicitis at the St. Joseph's Hospital. Dr. mid Mrs. A. W. Jones had as their guests Inst week Mr. and Mrs. Newton Johnson and littlo Miss Naomi Kuth Price, of Grungo City. ' Mr. and Mrs. Joe Day are parents L. t T t r t ? Dixon f t ? T ImJ44, Auctioneers-- TRACT NO. 2 About 180 Acres 4fi noma wnw V j' n-u.n.. ,iana; 31 i. uoiiom apres to be sown in grass by date of sale ; 35 acres for cultivation of corn and tobac-. -- j. co: balance in blue trrnaa nnrl rlnvnr Tho -i i by Creek running water and on nS ?atered ? wellThis tract is withm 160 rods of the proposed federal road. There will positively be no The heirs have signed a contract to sell, regardless of price. THE FIRST OPPOBmiTY THE PUBLIC HAS HAD TO PURCHASE SUCH LANS VANES "niuo wit A. o- f f rs, IN OLDHAM COUNTY Parties desiring to look this farm over before day of sale may write or telephone this office at our expense. Our time and automobiles are at your disposal. & Speer Realty Co. Latlmer-F- ree Office Peoples Bank Bldg., LaGrange, Ky. Cumb. Phone Cowherd & Son, Col. Sam T. Taylor and CoCr. L. Col ijji KKH4K:4 LunS. at m! IlX - mr' dflk m$ . nurpees v. "" deeds Grow ft ' B. R. and II. M. Prewilt were in Lexington tmly. Dr. J. F. Lockhart was in Winchester today on business, Mr. and Mrs. Jack Owings returned today from Lexington. THE SICK Will Chenault is ill of influenza. THE CLEVELAND MEETING OF SCHOOL SUPERINTENDENTS School superintendents nnd all toachcrs from nil parts of tho country have found Clevclnnd tho center of interest throughout tho week of tho occasion being February tho annunl convention of tho Department of Superintendents of the Nntional Educalitnal Association. This convention, which wns nttended by Prof. W. 0. Hopper, of this city, was a clearing house of ideas for school tenchers of tho country, more thnn eight thbusnnd of them nssem-blin- g for nn intcrlhnngo of views. Rcnlizing tho splendid program of the juniors nnd its ndnptnbility to school 23-28, m THE AGENT WHO SHOWED ME I WENT in to 1 M Id II MmWm NEW CROP AT DUERSON'S BRIG STORE the N. E. A. devoted two SO I COULD not replace periods to discussion of Junior Red PERSONALS HALF MY value with tho j4Qaramouni$!lrtaxifl Qiclare The peaceCross in tho Schools. time program of tho Red Cross pro HOUDINI SUSTAINED INJURY AMOUNT I WAS carrying city. IN MAKING "THE GRIM GAME" vides n largo place for the children a" v Mrs. Harry Hunt wns shopping in and Miss Anno Caswell Prewitt were Hut. Joan, little daughter of Mr. and in Lexington for the theatre last, of Americn. Its theory is thnt the AND HE SOLD me more Lexington Saturday. Mrs. Harry G. Enoch, is ill of diph- Determined to Put Best Efforts Into Ideals of Red Cross service find the night. av Dr. and Mrs. Roger L. Spratt wero hk& quickest response in youngsters. AUTOMOBILE INSURANCE, said I Paramount-Artcra- ft Mrs. R. Q. Drake and Mrs. Tom theria. ih Lexington yesterday. Bringing cheer to unfortunate chilWW' Miss Roberta Dale, daughter of Thriller Mooro have returned from a visit to Bit? " t Mr. and Mrs. Shields D. Gay spent Dr. and Mrs. George F. Doyle in Mr. nnd Mrs. Reuben Dnle, is ill of dren nt home, putting into practice WAS CARRYING only fire and theft rHK' 'jjtoturday in Lexington. swfl&: diphtheria. Tho tremendous energy nnd zenl plans for mutual help, participating AND THAT if I should Frankfort. nun ruiumuu i.iuiu JJOnaia junrun Paul J. Sipes, of the J. P. Taylor with which Houdini, the famous in local activities that tench citizen G. Ivan Barnes, supervisor of VotOBSUL ship nnd studying the wants of chilstrip to Detroit. RUN INTO A guy I'd be S'nSRi&iries cational Agruculture of Stato Univer- Co., hns been ill of the "flu" for the hnndcuff kins, entered upon tho countries of Euthrilling stunts lnid out for him by dren in wnr-tor- n 5S Cliss- - Brown and family, Shnrps- -' sity, was a visitor at the Montgomery pnst week. , made part of the objec- SOAKED FOR every simoleon ,burg, have returned from Florida. Mrs. James Peters is quite sick of the scenarist in his new Paramount-Artcra- ft rope are nil County High School today. whose picture, "The Grim Game," tive of the Junior Red Cross, pneumonia. Mr. Peters and cMldren : Miss Arro Barnes has returned THE LAWYERS could pry loose, at tho Tabb Theatre this week, Fri- mission is to bring happiness to little JMiza- hnve the flu. from a visit to relauvesm RELIGIOUS nearly proved his children the world over. ,ville. AND HE MADE me take Mrs. T. F. Triplett has been quite day and Snfurdny, Dr. Livingston Fnrrand, chairman undoing. In a fierce battle in which Virgil Holder, of Cincinnati, ill for the past few days at her home I Mrs. Houdini fights with n quartet of ibur-gl- of the Central Committee of the A BURGLARY POLICY because t-- is i, The Everett Gill Circle, of the Bap- on Johnson Heights, the guest of her sister, Mrs. F. J. v "extras" his wrist snapped in tne American Red Cross, came on from tist church, -- met with Mrs. R. C. anaiier. Misses Clara and Dessio Stamper, being midst of the action nnd, though tho Wnshingnto to discuss "The Work of SO MANY ROBBERIES are Tlfiss TMnrv Land Brunner has heen Goldsmith Monday afternoon nud hnd who hnve been ill of influenza, are ,. . scene wns finished, further work on the Red Cross in the Schools." Su- PULLED OFF, so when I left . . 'tho guest ol JUiss ueo wngnc in mn- - a very interesting and profitable somewhat improved. the picture hnd to be postponed for perintendent E. U. Graff, head of the meeting. y ' Chester. The Condition of S. S. Pinney, who several weeks for it wns found that Indiannpolis schools, outlined junior HIS OFFICE I had been set " prayer meeting nt recently underwent nn operation for k At the Mr. and Mrs. John Ford have n large bone in his wrist had been work in the city school. Miss Annie turned from a visit to relatives in ho Baptist church Wednesday even- appendicitis at St. Joseph's Hospital broken clearly in two. Webb Blanton, State superintendent BACK FOR A bunch of kale ing the pastor will bo of much inter- in Lexington is much improved, which Winchester. "The present generation enn see of the Texas schools, nnd the first will be good news to his many friends. me in person," said Houdini during woman to be elected to so important FOR PREMIUMS, making me Mr. and Mrs. Dan B. Skidmoro left est to as many as may attend. 1 : MnnAnv for Florida, for a several The Fannie Powers Circle of the tho filming of "The Grim Game," an office, in n Southern State, pre- FEEL SORT OF sore, but Buptist church met with Mra. G. N. '; ,y,eeks' stay. "But I want my most thrilling feats sented tho scopo of junior work in BIRTHS ' perpetuated on the screen, so that tho rural schools. Dr. John II. Fin-Io- DO YOU KNOW, the next day Mrs. Hunt Quisenberry, of Win- - Cox this afternoon. Much good is a i meet" Chester, has been the guest of Miss result of these meetings and no Commissioner of Education of people in later yenrs can assure ; ing since the organization has been themselves that I actually did them. New York, one of the country's noted A GUY BROKE into my house ,, William. Born Sunday to Mr. nnd Mrs. M. D. Hiat's why I have saved tho most educators, created enthusiasm in an ' J? more interesting than this one. r Ben W. Hall left Monday for Mays- ' STOLE MY WIFE'S diamonds and Stevenson, n son, nt their homo on sensational stunts I have ever done address to all sections of the Associ.T. Dis- 3. The Ella Green Circle will meet ,&. ville to atterd the Republican Ilnrrison avenue. for this picture rind havo worked my ation delivered Tuesday, when he ap- SET FIRE to the place nr r with Mrs. nanly Ragan at her beautiiriui vuuicuuuu. Mr. and Mrs. William Moss are re- head off to make them as successful pealed for a wider opportunity for ""Mrs. Mary M. Wittenburg is the ful home on tho corner of Mnysvillu ceiving congratulations over the ar- ns possible." child initiative seeking an outlet in AND AS I was hurrying Bf-- guest of her sister, Mrs. Edward Ma-&- L and Winn streets on Thursday afterrival of a lovely little daughter at The result is probably tho most genuine service for others. noon nt 2:30 o'clock. A good at3 thias in Carlisle. HOME I HIT a guy, Although it has been but little more tendance is the request of tho pres- their, home near the Levee. The baby thrilling "stunt picture" ever shown, Mrs. Vernon Conlce is the guest of has heen named Fannie Ray. into which nn entertaining mystery thnn two yenrs since the Junior Red THEREBY MAKING claims payable her parents, Dr. and Mrs. J. Stephen- ident. A message received here Sunday story hns been worked by Arthur B. Cross was organized, it represents n Sk'f son, in Louisville. Rev. Dr. J. Gray McAllister will J. . announced tho birth of a son to Dr. Reeve, of "Crnig Kennedy" tnme, nnd membership of npproximntely four- ON ALL MY insurance Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Barnes havo' fill the pulpit of the Presbyterian and Mrs. W. J. Crockett nt their home John W. Gray. Ann Forrest heads a teen million children in nearly 83,000 been guests of Mr. and Mrs. Wesley church next Sunday morning and in Franklin, Tenn. Mrs. Crockett wns notable supporting enst, including agent bf schools throughout the United States. BELIEVE ME, that evening. Dr. McAllister is a profesat Ewington. Mnr-shnl- l. formerly Miss Laura Shackelford, of Thomns Jefferson nnd Tully More thnn half a million Ohio chilTheological Seminary nt IS MY FRIEND and I'm for him Dr. W. 0. Bullock, of Lexington, sor in the Irvin W'illnt wns the director. dren in tho city and rural schools aro this city. , great with was here Sunday to see A. B. Oldham, Louisville, and was heard participating n the work of this or- HE OUGHT TO be kept alive, FOOT SPECIALIST IN Winchesacceptance by our people two weeks yjv.j who is critically ill. ter Dr. J. W. Weber, the famous ganization which has turned from the ago. SOCIAL EVENTS DON'T YOU arjre$ with me? Mrs. n. B. Kinsolving has returned foot expert, has opened offices in production of splints, canes and hosJto her homo in Louisville, after a visit Our cut price sale on clothes will Winchester nt the Colonial Bldg. Dr. pital equipment of war times to the HIS KIND is getting rare. Afr J. Will Hlnv. Tf continue for a few days longer. It will enterMr. nnd Mrs. H. B. Turner Weber guarantees to remove coins production of toys for distribution J. H. Mason has returned from bo a long time before you can again tained tho Five Hundred Club nt their and bunions, ingrowing nails and among needy children nt homo ns well WHAT about YOUR INSURANCE? Winter Park, Florida, where ho vis-ct- buy goods at these prices, and we home on Clny street Thursday even- other troubles of the feet without the ns to the hundreds of little tots in HOFFMAN'S INSURANCE AGENCY his daughter, Mrs. 0. B. Powell. advise buying now for the coming ing. Delicious refreshments were use of a knife. Dr. Weber has a wide Europe who have actually forgotten J. M. Hoffman, Mgr. Mrs. Mamie G. Satterwhito has re- winter. R. E. Punch & Co. served and a most enjoynble evening reputation and is considered ono of how to play or who have never learnMt. Sterling, Ky. turned from Louisville, where she spent by nil. Those present were: tho best authorities on feet alive. ed because of the sorrows of war. JAMES GLOVER PROMOTED Manual training schools in all states dnily Visited her sister, Mrs. Albert Erd-mnMr. nnd Mrs. Keller Greene, Mr.nnd Colonial Bldg., Winchester, Ky. 30-- tf tasks. It was because tho James W. Glover, son of Mr. and of tho Union aro manufacturing Mrs. S. D. Gny, Mr. nnd Mrs. J. WT. Junior Red Cross with its educational Mrs. Chess Glover, of this city, who Mr. and Mrs. Hafry Hunt have tables nnd chnirs which nre being Mr. and Mrs. Dudley W. Hunter, of for a number of years has been em- Hedden, Jr., Mr. and Mrs. William possibilities is largely centered in tho rented he Barnes apartment over the sent to France, Belgium nnd Italy for Lexington, have been the guests of ployed in various capacities by the Tipton nnd Mr. nnd Mrs. W. S. schools that it was given so promiEastin-Harr- is undertaking establish- poverty stricken families seeking parents, Mr. and Mrs. Adams nent a place in the program of tho iMrs. Hunters' and American Railway Exment, formerly occupied by II. II. again to set up their homes. Tho national convention of tho Education ifJR. ,T. ' Judy. press Company, resigned his position Pieper and family, and will move to children of Americn nre nlding in the JH S Association at Cleveland. For Miss McCord 5s in Winches- - ns foreman of platform at Huntingt Mrs. Anna Cockrell same this week. v maintenance of school canteens which $i II J n t ton, W. Va., a short time ago and Miss Sallio Clay was hostess nt nn ier, uaving ueen cuiiuu lueru uu dot Belgium from border to border, SELLS BUSINESS HOUSE the death of her sister-in- accepted a position with tho informnl party Friday evening when where wns once the front lino of tho S. II. Glick has sold his business 'mw,,Mrs. Carr Calmes. and Mining Company's now she entertnined'ntrook in compliment trenches which held back the Ger- property, corner of Queen and Locust " . steel plant at Ashland, Kentucky. to" her nttrnctivo guest, Miss Eliza-bot- h man hords. In Italy, Franco nnd the to II. Gordon, of New York,. who gets Mr.' S. n. Click and family will re McCord, of Lexington. At a Into Balkans they aro supporting colonies possesion April 1st. move "to Huntington, W. Vn., April Since then ho has been promoted from assistant crane operator to stock de- hour a most delicious supper was of refugee children, cared for in the 1st. Mr. Click is a good citizen and Jane Grey's Best Story The Advocnte, twice n week. schools and institutions devoted eshis going is a source of much regret. partment foreman and is now assist- served nnd Miss Clay's guests wero: ant superintendent of yards and opMisses McCord, Ella Priest, Anno pecially to this need. H. Gordon and family are hero to erating departments. Tho position Is Caswell Prewitt, Lizzie P. Coleman, Although gaining nnd understandaake Mt. Sterling thcSr future home. quite a responsible one nnd , carries Alice Young nnd Elizabeth Clny Highing of international fellowship with ??rMr. Gordon succeeds Mr. S. II. Glick, with it quite a good salary. Jim's land, nnd Messrs. Roy Kern, Hodgo -- l all tho children of tho world, the - is- - a practical business man of his friends hero will be pleased to learn Morris, Tom Sutton, Chirk Pntter-sofirst concern of tho Junior Red Cro;s 'flinoe, and will meet with a hearty of, his success in the business world. Rex Hnll nnd Rntliff Luno. is tho immediate local activities which '''welcome. Office with Beautiful Now. Hats nt Mrs. K. 0. appeal so strongly to tho children ot ' ""; ARREST MADE BY OFFICERS Mrs, Walter R. Dye, of Hancock, Dr. J. A;. Shirley 38-Clarke's. each community. It is n work which Lnno Clnrk, of this city, wns arwho has. been the guest of her fits in with tho modern theories of rested here today by Prohibition ofSomo man are so cautious and Llttrents, Ur. and Mrs. v ,T. Bimraii, education nnd tho tenchers of tho No. 6. v !mm,i''wMmwBttmm. West Main that they can have enemies ficers Nenlo Guilfoilo and G. L. Han-noaFt country have turned to it as a great ) fl 1 charged with violation of tho ieter, Miss Anno Simrall. without letting said enemies know It. source of help and inspiration in their MKrprohibition laws, It is claimed that Clnrk purchase m- - fjV? somo moonshine OBii. J ''j f whiskey yesterday nnd transported it to his homo. Tho officers searched tho houso nnd found fivo quarts of liquor. Clnrk was arrested and will UUSTI.N FAHNIW Bank and Locust St. Phono 8G1 bo tried Thursdny morning before U. raJl45raramou.il Repairs anything Electrical Get that Fan in good S. Commissioner W. II. Wood. work, Marvin W. Gay and James Bigstaff J. W. Thompson is on tho sick list are in LouisvSllc on business. this week. Miss Rena Clarke loft today for Mrs. Mary McClure is ill nt her Washington, D. C, whero she will athomo on West High street. tend school. Miss Patty Addison Thompson has Mr. and Mrs. Ford Patterson, of heen 511 for tho past week. Owingsville, wero here today en route Mrs. Cynthia Reed is quite sick nt to Louisville. her homo on West High street. Mrs. S. S. Pinncy is in Loxington Mrs. Chnrles G. Thompson is suftoday with Mr. Pinney, who is ill at fering from an attack of tonsilitis. St. Joseph's Infirmary. J. Q. Stephens is again quito ill nt Miss Irene McNnmara is nt homo his boarding house on Locust street. for n few days from State University, Judge n: R. Prewitt is quito sick Lexington, on account of illncsj. home near tho Mr. and Mrs. Wilmot K. Prewitt of influenza at his Mrs. N. W. Wilkcrson monia and is quite sick. has pneu- PAY MY fire Insurance PREMIUM last month AND DO you know Kr i ,' ':: ,v-- THAT BLOOMING agent made ME BUY some more ; on my , FIRE INSURANCE HOUSE AND contents SAID COSTS had risen SMM' HOUDINj jt'The Grim Game I,,,,. - "'W t" . . ;JS ar . . ,.,.. : mid-wee- my- -- 't y, Sillattie X & -- Hin nJ ed n: Cnr-ringto- n. f 1 Ash-landflr- ' COMING Tabb Theatre y m mm"' n, JM DR. J. F. KNOX Physician 4t n, Oo-u- The Electric Shop I. F. TABB i Cln'rko's. Now Facq Veiling at Mrs. ! a8-- 4t C. 0. IN "The Lbhtcf Hie Western Stars" order for the Summer. Phone us and we will call. Also house wiring and supplies. Get our prices. No job too (4,0) 2t) largv or too small. , t4l IteaU the Classified ads. fmmmtm MvMMNMrtM mttmm, ijaii(Mpywfaa. i' t PLEASE CALL and settle. Your account is now ready, and TRAIMM8 LITTLE CITIZEN Many parents long for ttte time when their child shall "ahw reason" and then the majority of them proceed ' to check the development of their little one's reasoning power by resorting to methods of punishment which tend to fill him with fear I Not infrequently they resort to slapping, spanking, whipping or even telling terriblo lies in order to frighten them into obedience. This kind of training naturally produces a lawless child; for througn fear of unjust punishment ho resorts to dishonesty in then, too, tho cxnmplo of his parents tends to tench him to strike when angry. Let parents rcscrvo this process, be honest and kind, but firm with tho tiniest child and tench him the importance of obedienco and consideration for tho rights pf others; tho cultivation of tbesd qanUilQf forestalls much trouble. When a child is' disobedient let tho parent "talk it over" with him in n reasonable, self-defens- e; ed NEWHEADLEY Tobacco " WE NEED THE MONEY friends for past patronages and hoping to merit a continuance of same. Thanking our1 Warehouse (Incorporated) Co NO. 1, 527 SOUTH BROADWAY NO. 2, VIRGINIA AVENUE Mcdonald bros. 1saKi4tJte 'The Home of Coal" DONT ARGUE WITH YOUR BOSS furnish the real sunshine of life. Why is itf Tho answer is that they (Roger B. Bnbson) j act naturally, thoy are 100 per cent, The World's Most Famous instinct. Like the birds, tho flowers, 1 Statistician and tho wind, theso young people arc We lovo a fat and rosy baby. Wo actuated only by their emotions. enjoy seeing it laugh and cry, hug Your boss is still actuated 60 per and scratch, eat, and yes then cent, by emotions. Statistics show threw its bottle on the floor! that eren the big business men are We like a healthy and frolicking moved very largely by their feelings. boy, full of fun and energy. His love Love and hate, hope and fear, sympafor noise, color and animate appeals thy and jealousy today rule the life of to us. God bless the ch3dre; they the man you work for, almost as they did years ago. Chesapeake & Ohio R'y Statistics also show that the great captains of industry men like Sir. Shortest and Quickest Route Schwab, for instance are actuated by their emotions even more than the Through Pullman Sleepers ' little business men. to This means that it is a mistake to Washington, Baltimore, Philadelphia argue with your boss. Appeal to his and New York Direct Route to Richmond, Va., Old heart and sympathy. Although his skin has been hardPoint, Norfolk, Virginia and North Carolina. ened and tanned by years of struggle and trouble, he still is the same big Two Through Trains to Louisville boy Snside. Treat him as such and Steel Equipment Dining Cars. you'll get on much better. We have sold this season at our two houses 6,279,555 pounds, for an average of $49.16. We can now upload you promptly, this is the first time since the middle of December we have been ma position to do this. ; Some crops sold this season from Montgomery county follow: - t Hamilton & Sorrel! Frewitt & McCarfy Hamilton & Burns ,,. .....u..uim:i:-:...:.:.- ..- 7,410 lbs ave $77.4 . ii ?i25 Ids ave M.4$ 73.71 ;, ,i way and reach clusion, A fair con- 6,280 lbs ave i A mother cannot begin too enrly to train her little one. Before the child is old enough to understand words he understands tho differenco between her smiles and frowns and by the expression of her face she can teach even a little baby the difference between right and wrong. For example, take the habit of pulling tho tablo cloth from the table; let her look directly into his eyes, her smiles all gone, take his hand from the cloth nnd shako her head with "No. no." She must have patience to do this well, but by these first lessons in obedience she is saving much future trouble for him, for herself and for society. Of course there are times when discipline and punishment are necessary, and when parents need to correct their children they should do so in private. To permit another person to enter into the discussion or even overhear it and smile at such a time utterly ruins the effect of the punishment and the lesson is lost if it is .v....'.v....v. Hamilton cc Markland :.... Hamilton & Sorrell .: Li.. .'. Hamilton & Sorrell ....- J. C. Graves Anderson & Dunaway Hamilton, Markland & Griffith ...- Anderson & West o.osu ids ave 6,880 lbs ave 3,070 lbs ave 6,690 lbs ave 3,255 lbs ave 9,225 lbs ave -- 7,830 lbs ave a.io 72.32 71.21 68.81 J ; W 56.77 56.76 54.26 There is no question in our minds but that it pays to sell yow tobacco on the Lexington Market regardless of any small inconven- -' JjlL - I J 9i ' Li. 1- .T j iu lence or expense u migiu ue i yuu. try us wuu a iuau. . . ! Tli m . -- w7 0 m: . In KENTUCKY i " "THE MONEY HOUSE" LEXINGTON, R!f.H.ffiH.ffi yiraHHiKfiy HANDSOME SUBURBAN FOR SALE AT home! Hi PUBLIC AUCTION aS At the Court House Door in Mt. Sterling, Montgomery County, Ky., on m Hi Hi m Hi Hi Saturday, March 6th Tl At 1:30 Pa M. ffi mile from Mt. Sterling on Grassy Lick pike. There is 84 Place is located y acres good tobacco land. The place has on it a frame houge with hall and two porches. It is in splendid repair, has a good cellar and cistern at door. There are all necessary outbuildings, including coal house, meat house, hen house, nice garage and two barns with a cistern at barn. The place has on it a splendid orchard of large and small fruit. The place is watered by a never-failin- g spring. The fencing is good and the property lies close to school and church. This is an ideal suburban home with splendid improvements. -two-stor- "SCx J. C. Booth, owner, or R. L. Stewart will take pleasure In showing the property to prospective purchasers before day 01 sale. For further information apply to m STEWART & LYONS Mt. Sterling, Ky. Real Estate Agents Or Harris & Speakcs, Paris, Ky. COL. Geo. D. Speakcs, Auctioneer. , t At the same time and place tho owner will offer for sale 20 to 25 barrels of corn in crib and 3 tons of sheaf oats in barn. iffiiffifilfflffiffi lL , There are almost as many varieties not manage her own little ono cither whips him or reports his misconduct of Republicans in Congress as there w starts with a Cold to his father, too often telling only aro on that committee of 171. her own side of tho story, for in such Kill tho Cold. At tho pases tho child is not allowed to ap peal to tho father as judge, but must atf2L7Ll submit to tho whipping which his parents mete out to him at a time when they aro tired and irritable. fiftOMfl Let grown-up- s cultivate There can be no doubt Standard cold remedy for 20 year as to the merit of Cardul, and justice and remember that wise in tablet torm saic, aure, no the woman's tonic, in brraka up a com in zt opiate parents never punish when they aro noura relieve grip in j uays. the treatment of many Honey back It It taut, me troubles peculiar to angry, but wait until they can see tho genuine dot nas a nea women. The thousands top wun ur, urn iw x x i child's misdeed from an impersonal of women who have been picture. helped by Cardul in the At Alt Drag Stor.t point of view. past 40 years, is conclusive proof that it is a To associate anger "with physical good medicine for women not clear to the little one that right blows is to plant tho seeds of war in who suffer. U should conducts hrings approval whereas tiny children. Before we can replace help you, too. wrong doing merits disapproval and war with arbitration among nations discipline. wo must do so in the home. A very effective form of punishThe following list of books will bej ment is social isolation. For example, found helpful. When Children Err nnd excuse a child from tho room and Misunderstood Children, both by Miss. make him sit facing a corner in an- Elizabeth Harrison. Price $1.25 each, other room hy himself; nt another published by National Kindergarten The Woman's Tome time send him to bed earlyj at an- and Elementary College, 2944 Michiother, have him eat his meal ahine, gan Bl'va., Chicago, 111. Lovo and Mrs. N. E, Vafner, of . away from the other memhers o tho Law 6n Child Training, by Emilio Hlxson, Tenn., write "I was passing through family. If he quarrels with his play- Poulsson. Price, $1.60. published the . . . My back and bv sides were terrible, ami mates, make him play alone, while Milton Bradley, Springfield, Mass. my suffering indescribatho other children are happy together, Iho Dawn of Character, by ble. 1 can't tell just how Elizabeth and where 1 hurt, about until ho is willing to he agreeable. Mumford. Prico, $1.20, published by all over. I think I Another form of discipline is to make Longmans, Fifth avenue, New York. began Cardul, end jay pains crew less end less, a child go without something of which Help to reach all tho parents of until 1 was cured. I am ho is very fond, no desert for dinner, remarkably strong for a the country by cutting this out and woman G4 years of age. or no candy for several days, are giving it to a friend. I do all my liouscwork." punishments which have a good efTry Cardul, today, fect. But to lock a child in a dark A normal impulse is a better guide closet or to threaten him with terri- than a fool sense of duty. fying lies is as harmful and useless as whipping, for such treatment instills dishonesty and cruelty into him. Parents who use tho rod or hand most often are generally tho ones who complain that their children aro OF naughty and disobedient. "Spare tho rod and spoil tho child" seems to be AND the ono scriptural text familiar to somo irritable grown-upWhy is It AT that tho homo is the last stronghold of whipping? Tho whipp5ng.post dis Dry Cleaning appeared long ago; whipping is no longer tolerated in schools, it is illeMT. STERLING, KENTUCKY gal vn in prisons Then why is it gautle mother who sab- that many a INFLUENZA Mi 1) firsW CASeAMk$(PNIN HB ft neips: M self-contr- ol 'fe Take ... 1 E-- W !.-- I r Alterations LADIES' Stockton's Electric 1 Repairing A GENTS' GARMENTS Comply s. mm i. 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Its nbsolute reliability is evidenced by dozens of unsolicited testimonials. Bramo's Vnpomcntha Salvo will reliovo pneumonia, influenza, grippe, pleurisy, bronchitis, whooping cough, catarrh, ' .A asthma, tons51itis, hay fever and inflammation of tho skin. Vnpomcntha is applied externally, and it will not stain, tho clothes, ns other salves do. No homo should over ho without it. Buy it from yoar strong statements are fully dealer or direct from tho Brame Drug Thsae jMHfied by the remarkable rccov-tof- Co., North Wilkcsboro, N. C. A small tbat follow. Bramo's Vapomcn-tt- ft bottlo costs 30c; a much larger one, Slve ia applied freely over tho containing six times as much, $1.20. Advertisement. (famt and throat and inserted in each in-t- o, w NATION'S BANKING POWER NO LONGER CENTRALIZED ' Evidence of tho decentralization of RE TOLD WORKERS OF FARMERS' STAND ywyr i i. ' EdWMjfr. ifflHW rtthc:country!s banking power is in ono of tho latest reports af he' Comptroller of the Currency. It Is pointed out that of tho 120 nafur-utafa$25,-OfjOO- ed v Y" "v v .vH ITaaelwood Sanatorium, the only tuberculosis snnntorium in tho Stato to open to patients from all parts of Kentucky, is being offered to tho Stato of Kentucky by tho Louisvillo Association. Tho federal government has recently asked to buy the Sanatorium. However, tho Association feels that Hnzolwood should bo kept for the uso of tho civilian population of tho State, in tho belief that tho government will, if necessary, provido a new institution for its purposes, and that Kentucky really needs the scrv-ic- o which is being rendered only by Hnzelwood Sanatorium. There is a bill now before tho Legislature providing that the State take over tho Scnatorium to meet the needs of those sufforing from tuberculosis in Kentucky. No expense for maintenance is attached to tho opera tion of Hnzelwood Sanatorium, according to tho bill. The rate of $15 n week, which may bo charged private pntionts, and the provision that counties shall be charged for patients unable to pay, is thoughTwill make a sulplus each year lulher than a defi cit. This arrangement will not entail any added expense to the counties, for tho charge at Hnpclwood will ! T f f ? T T PUBLIC SALE As agents for the owner, W. W. Clark, the undersigned will on t t T Saturday, March 6, 1920 f t t T ? t f t 6-- 10 ten-roo- m 12-ac- re beginning promptly at 10 :30 o'clock offer for sale to the highest and best bidder, on the premises, on the Winchester pike, the following property: acres on the Winchester and Mt. Sterling pike, four miles Farm of 95 of this farm is in grass. from Mt. Sterling, in Montgomery County. Nearly one-ha- lf Fifteen acres last year sown to rye and never cut, and is now ready for tobacco. Sixteen acres in corn and eight acres in oat stubble suitable for cultivation this year. brick house with all necessary outbuildings, such as ice house, A good tobacco barn with meat house, and an excellent house for servant. A new a fine stripping room. A good stock barn with twelve stalls and feeding sheds. In the stock barn there is ample room for another 5 acres of tobacco. At the house there is a most excellent cistern. Adjoining the stock barn is a large cistern with pump, and adjacent thereto is an extra good corn crib. This farm is well watered by never failing springs and Somerset Creek. shape leads directly from the pike to the house A macadam road in first-clas- s HK tion banks with resources above eaoh, 22 aro in Now York. years ago 14 of the 19 banks Twuty In this class were in Now York City. .The 120 banks covered in tho Comptroller's latest analysis arc Mattered in 39 cities, while in 1899 the nineteen largo banks wore concentrated in five cities. O "Farmers will never go on strike" was .a statement which brought delegates to the National Farmer-Labor Nature has made somo mistakes. "nd one of them was when she failed to make tho American Beauty as hardy as sho made the American onion. It. nEr-- pointment to him. The Sanatorium is in a beautiful and healthful location south of Louisville. It is in the middle of fifty-tw- o ncres of ground, half of which is in timber and half in eultived land, PARAGRAPHS which furnishes vegetables for the Some men just cun't foot a bill patients. Tho (institution is composed without kicking. of an administration building, a hosThe average milk pail refuses to pital, four cottages, a dairy barn, a upset until it gets full. iting plant ancl a water tank for Babies aro coupons of interest at- protection from fire. tached to bonds of matrimony. Many a woman keeps a dark in a bottlo labeled "hair dye." so-cr- Cooperative Congress to their feet in Chicago. It was George Hampton of Washington, managing director of the Fanners' National Council, talking, and his talk had much to do with the steps taken toward uniform action by all cooperative agencies in the U. S. not bo appreciably greater than the present cost of maintaining tubercular paupers in tho county poor farms and almshouses. The bill, as presented, would keep tho institution out of politics. Although it is under the State Board of Health, that board merely appoints a superintendent, who makes all of the appointments and no member of the board may even suggest an ap- f f f Y ' and barn. t t T t t t t f t 9 ? This land lies in one of the best aections of Montgomery County, lays good and is well fenced. T T T T T Terms made known on day of sale. f f T T T T KING & JOHNSON f T T T T T T H. D. KING, Auctioneer Immediately after the land sale 100 shocks good feeding corn will be sold for the High Dollar f et Millions Need K iKiMMMMM MOST WAR DECORATIONS WON BY ENLISTED MEN t v C. FISHER BARBER Pepto-Manga- n Bachelors frequently rail agaSnst tho married state, but spinsters never, never. When December weds Mny, December. The Advocate, twice a week7. th:- - lat- In Old Poatoffice Building . Many Homes Better Health Simply a Matter of Better B'lood Pepto-Mangan WHAT'S YOUR FARM WORTH? What did your tobacco crop bring you? Do you know that the demand Is L. FISHER ter is apt to forget that she is Mrs. FOOT SPECIALIST " Improves Blood ng Br Si n OX-BLO- OD Composed of Approved Blood-MakiElements Put Up In Liquid and Tablet Form Are you tired and weak and "blue?" Do you say to yourself, "What's the usq of living? What do I get out of life; dragging through this drab existence in this unhappy way?" You don't feel well and you don't know why you have so little energy to do anything, and you get all tired nit before it is done. There are millions in busy America that have such feelings now and then, and they aro to be pitlied. But thero is help. Unless somo serious malady is at tho bottom of their trouble, a few weeks will work a wonderif Ppito-Mnngn- n ful change. Pepto-Manga- n puts new vigor into the blood and tho Hood is the life fluid. 'With plenty of rich, red blood coursing through one's body ono is pretty likely to feel good and vigorous and bo strong and loog SHOE POLISHES BEST FOR HOME SHINES SAVE THE LEATHER THE BIG VALUE PACKAGES LTD.. BROWN AND Also PASTES and LIQUIDS for Black, Taa and White Shoes THE F. F. DAUEY CORPORATIONS BUFFALO. N. Y. I 1 YOD CANNOT HIDE THE TRUTH About the Clark Automatic Gate. It i? Bold "by Right of Merit" and "by Reason of Demand." Could any article have a better selling argument? 'Clark Automatic Gates are stock proof always locked an economical investment. They are a real necessity and inexpensive. hearty. Go to your druggist and nsk for "Qudo's Bo sure to sny "dude's." If "(Judo's" is not on tho package lit is not n It is put up in both liquid and tablet form. Tell tho druggist which you prefer. There is no difference in the Pepto-Mangan." Pepto-Mnngn- medicinal value. Advertisement. for export and the increased consumption for "Bright Leaf" forced unusually high prices and really forced the market above what it would have been under normal export and ordinary increase? You know that every abnormal market must react. Well, that's history and part of it caused by tho late war, but it all has to do with our question "What's your farm worth?" If tobacco prices hold up farm lands in Kentucky will continuo to hold up. If the bright leaf market is lost by tho destruction of cigarettes, farm lands will go down with falling prices.Ono farmer was the increase in his land tnx: Ho seemed to forget that land ho bought for $125.00 nn acre now commands $450.00. We can't keep it all. Even Uncle Snm wants his share. So if our land is valued at tvo or threo times what wo paid for it, wo must pay higher taxes. That is settled. Now what will your farm land bo worth if you cannot raise tobacco? Some folks aro mighty busy already ugainst tobacco and Ave .suggest mat if you do not Know what is going on, thnt you write tho Allied Tobacco League of America, Pickering BIdg., Cindinnnti, O., If your farm is worth t. Better keep posted anyhow. Aro you interested enough to writo for information on How to Kopn Farm Land Producing Profits? Xou will find nn application form in this pa-- " ' per. Why not fill it out now and bo- "otno a member and receive our monthly paper frco. Be infomj- -3 and"! I The United States conferred 5,828 decorations on men who served in tho Army during the war, according to information made public by the War Department. Of theso decorations C3 per cent, went to enlisted men, while tho officers received only 37 He alone is great who" can suggest per cent. The Distinguished Service 'i thought in such a way that tho Medals were awarded to 'J 11 off ccrs, other man believes he originated it. this being a decoration limited to the commissioned personnel. The remainder of tho awards conCongressional sisted of twenty-on- e medals of honor to officers and fifty-seve- n to enlisted men, and 5,100 Service Crosses to enlisted ed men and 1,51G to officers. The twenty-on- o officers receiving Distinguished Service Medals included three lieutenant colonels, one major, six captains, six first lieutenants and five second lieutenants. Nearly 37 per cent, of these medals were awarded to members of the 30th, 33rd and 89 th divisions. J'm iJthc Well You ANTISEPTIC & ! Well? DISEASE THE UNIVERSAL CAR The Ford Sedan, with electric and jighting system and demountable rims with tires front and rear, is a family car of class and comfort, both in summer and in winter. For touring it is a most comfortable car. The large plate glass windows make it an open car when desired, while in case of rain and all inclement weather, it can be made a most delightful closed car in a few minutes. f, f, self-starting ch Rain-proo- dust-proo- broad, roomy seats. Simple in operation. Anybody; can safely drive it. While it nas all the distinctive and economical merits of the Ford car in operation and maintenance. Won't you come in and look it over? fine upholstering, "Quality goes in before the name goes on" (Incorporated) KENTUCKY LEXINGTON, CLARK GATE CO. m -5 Republican publicity is full of tho then you will know ami nijrcdia.te-whanamo and fnmo of Abraham Lincoln is being done to conserve, your theso dnys. No ono can blamo tho farm investment. O. O. P. for driving publio attention from Lodgo to Lincoln, but it is well to remember thnt St is tho Pedant 67 of Nahnnt and not tho Great Emancitfootfcan Poultry ffemetfy pator that is directing Republican affairs in tho Senato just now. T.ln&las water cure if A TJSTDCJ srkl prcvc J v. lta JUL cnrura nnd otlir cblcw cirr-o- ci Tho more the great "shore admiral" Clscuwi. Ono tOc bat mi'' U HiU.'oii o t m pne H.M. matecl3. 1'bt UttL, Uoij. At talks tho more nt sea ho nppcars tor, S3 I poh' J. dragerbu, or nt by be. Uourbon Ronioc")- Ulnjtjn, Ky, Strother Motors Co. MT. STERLING, KY. J- -f ' tRasawi 4 Iv '0ffeBrp! t , - tTl HK& m I X p- - asr o. fW Wm'ww c m viiH ' '""' ' v " 5,, r mMWM -- "M , a Jt - WWIPlWt,- ' ,MMHHHILV ,.',B" . JWJUniMPJ ' t JS2. " ii mil i ' ' r- -- -- ' liUHU piflwpr' '' , - "i f ' o . . Advocate Classified Columns WhfLand Sefler 10 Conts a Line. A Pew Cents Pnr Sale INSURE M see aneous TABB THEATRE W. B. SMALL, Mgr- WEEKLY PROGRAM farmers' Agent. in tho Hurst nome, a company. J. T. Coons, (38-4- t) TERMS: Cash In Advance Where Customer Has Not An Open Account Read the Ads Invested Will Bring You Many Dollars. It Will Pay You la Dollars and Cents THE RAGAN-GA- MOTOR CO. GIVES AWAY Dollars Weekly on U. S. Tires Fifteen Y THE TABB THEATRE GIVES AWAY Five Free Tickets Every Week For Rent Real Estate For Sale Miscellaneous For Sale Miscellaneous ParamoHat-Artcraft Tonight Tuesday presents tho famous aad formerly with Mr. E. F. Robertson, -- 77" stege sncce,- n tho Star Planing Mill Co., still holds "L'Apacho" f his interest in tho Mt. Sterling Lumber Co. Ho will make your house featuring the, screen's most beautiful plans for you nnd 'advise with you actress, Dorothy Dalton. Also, Burtpn it you nro considering building. Mt. Holmes Travelogue. Prices 10 and 20 cents, plus tax. Sterling Lumber Co. well-know" -- t- -t HAULING Let me do your hauling. Phono 740. Jim Griffin. 40-Gt-- SAVE raonoy by insuring in tho Hurst Homo. J. T. Coons, Agent. 3S-4t WALL PAPER in Room that sold for as high' as 40c per roll, at 5c, whilo it lasts. I havo on expert paper hanger with mo now, nnd this is the time to havo your work done, boforo tho busy spring t- -t season. M. R. HA1NL1NE. Lots-S- ome Dwelling on College FOR SALE St. Modern improvements. Mrs. J. F. Trumbo, 49 Clay St., Phono 504. tf FOR SALE Three or four nice fresh cows. Apply to Roy Morris, tf FOR SALE Judy's Pride, Kelly, Holley nnd Pepper tobacco seed. On sale at W. S. Lloyd's. t- -t NOTICE TO AUTOMOBILE OWNERS You will get tho pure WESPECO GASOLINE the new kind at McCARTY BROS., GARAGE Cypress Incubator LAND FOR RENT' 15 acres for FOR SALE nnd Brooder. Cull Phono 557. corn; 4 for tobacco, small house, grazing for team and cow. Mrs. J. T. LET US print your snlo bills. Wo Barnes, Routo 4. do only first class work. A f reo ticket will be given to Mrs. Shields Guy FOR RENT Corner store room at tho Tahb Wednesday night. Front room up stairs. Largo room up stairs. II. C. McKee. WE HAVE about 50 monuments, Granite and Marble, ranging in price Dry Cleaning establishment for from $110 to $1,100 on Avhlch we can ladies and gents garments. Pressgive immediate delivery. All guaran ing, repairing, nltoring i specialty. teed quality. A postal card will bring Phono 31C- - W Walsh Co's base our designs. Tho Murray & Thomas ment. W. A. Bondurant. f. Co., Paris, Ky. tf Lost and Found WANT to rent or sell! Advertise in the Advocate and get results. A flvo FQUND Four rolls wall paper. dollar credit on U. S. Tires will bo Apply at this office. given T. P. Sutton at the Ragan-Ga- y STRAYED OR STOLEN Motor Co., any time this week. Black nnd wMto pointer pup, about four IN ADDITION to 5 per cent, discount on Pennsylvania Vacuum Cup months old, from the Fox farm on the Tires wo will give away a tube to Levee pike about a week ago. Rematch until February 29th. J. D. Tur-pi- n ward for information leading to recovery. Robert Stoner, Phone 747. & Son. 1-t(40-2t-pd- SALES CONDUCTED ANYWHERE Experience has made my business a success. Auctioneer John W. Bain WANTED to Buy Some stacks of corner 150 W. Short St., Lexinghay. Will haul it. W. E. Bean. ton, Ky., phone 874. I do not pracCEMETERY MEMORIALS of the tice on your property at your exliighest class workmanship and ma- pense. I get you more money than 31-lterial aro manufactured and set in you expect. cemetery by tho Lexington Granite FOR SALE Pianos, Player PiCo., 771 West Main street, Lexington, Ky. Address Stanley Brown, Mt. anos and Organs, best makes only. Sterling, Ky., salesmnn for Eastern See samples at J- - D. Turpin & Son. Tuning and Repairing, Main & Bank Kentucky. Streets Phone 491, Mt. Sterling, Ky. B. C. Fulton, representing J. II. NOTICE TO HOUSEKEEPERS Call us up about your old books, magPiano Co., 137 North Broad-wa- v Lexington, Ky. azines, rags, iron, rubber and metals, nnd we will tell you how to convert MR. FARMER Will pay you game into cash. TIios. Heinrich & Son, highest market prices at all times Queen Street, Phone 819. 33-- tt South for your Poultry, Eggs, Hides, Furs, Scrap Iron, Old Metals, Rubber, etc. WM. ADAMS & SOX E. T. Reis. Marble nnd Granite Monuments. Phone C45. Large Stock, Prompt Delivery, Motor Mt. Sterling Restaurant "Its Truck Service, 503 West Main Street, an(Jy when you're hungry." Steaks, r. Lexington, Ky. Chons. etc.. cooked as vou like them rianos, Player Pianos,1? Columbia ' and served in a pleasing way. Short , T- n Tf ntc Orders at nil hours. Maysville St. gratonoins, Aconnn-vocuuoords, Player Rolls, Musical Instru WANTED Your orders for flowments, Sheet Music, Moving, Tuning, ers. I have the agency for Fennel, Repairing nnd Rcfinishing Pianos a the Lexington florist, and will be speoialty. E. C. Christian Music Co., glad to fill your orders. Phono 74 or -- vlfhono 392. 205-20East Main street, 235. Mrs. Mary C. Ayres. yr Tem-plemun 1 u. 7 SECOND HAND CARS touring Chandler, car; 1917 Chalmers Coupo; 1916 Joffory Sedan; 1915 Maxwell Touring Car. All these cars are in good running order nnd can bo bought at a bargain. JEWELL HAWTHORNE MOTOR CO., 544 West Main Street, 29-- tf Phone 1205, Lexington, Ky. seven-passenger FOR SALE 40 acres, 11 acres, 18 acres, 197 acres, 200 acres. Dwellings nnd lots in all parts of tho city. One 1917 IL C. McKee. JUST RECEIVED A carload of the celebrated Homestead Fertilizer, the best there is for tobacco beds and fields. H. B. RINGO. For the best transfer service, Call FOR REAL ESTATE Sco CravPhono 491. ens & Turpin. Wo havo sovcral good farms nnd suburban homes. Also a Hauling of all kinds, best of servlong list of city properties. Givo us ice. Short or long hnuls, Phono 491. a call. Southwest corner Main and Ooloninl Bmrtries. IL W. Senieur, tf Bank streets. Cravens & Turpin. Phono us your wants. 491. MOHAWK "Quality" TIRES AND TUBES Mndo better, last longer, FOR FARMS AND CITY PROPERTY Call on Rogers & Corbin, real pay millego dividends. No shoddy, reclaimed rubber or fillers in these y estate agents. Modern tires. Acme Garnge, exclusive agents, dwelling, possession given at onco. 146 Church street, Phone 308, LexWin. Cravens Auctioneer, Real ington, Ky. Estate, Lfivo Stock, Personal PropWanted erty and Public Sale? of every nature. Office, cor. Main nnd Bank Sts., WANTED Clean old rags, frco Phono 491. Residence 143. frOm buttons. Apply at this office. Tho whitest white cakes WANTED China closet. Apply at Tho lightest light rolls Advocate office. And the flakiest biscuits Aro mndo when you use WANTED TO BUY A small barn, Thnt good "Capital Flour" or old lumber to build same. Apply at Buy it. tf Advocate Office. Glad to assist you in locating a .) Firestono Tiros Turpin & Son. home or farm. If you want to locate Lexington, consult ns. WANTED Tobacco Seed. W. S. HORSE STOLEN Taken from my in or near & Wilkirson, Lexington, Ky. Lloyd. barn Sunday night at my home on Davis 35-t- f. Grassy Lick pike. Was bay mare, spot WANTED Men or women to take In forehead, about 9 years old, small I make a specialty of the best city orders among friends and neighbors speck in one eye. Liberal reward for and suburban homes around Lexing- for the genuine guaranteed hosiery, information leading to her recovery', ton; also handle property in adja- full lines for men, women and chilnotify Dr. W. B. Robinson. J. L. cent counties. W. M. Parrish, 144 dren. Eliminates darning. We pay S50 West Short St., Lexington, Ky. Robinson, Rural Route 1. an hour for spare time, or $24 for YOUR neighbors nnd friends all full time. Experience unnecessary. LOST Friday nSght in city limits, Mill, Chase buggy rug. Finder will leave at read the Advocate. Why not add your Writo International Stocking tf to Norristown, Pa. this office and receive reward. Stan- name to our list. You can't afford ley Thomas. pd. miss it. If R. T. Judy will call Modesty forbids US to say so, but at the Ragan-Ga- y Motor Co., any tho Advocate is the paper. HOUND DOG FOUND Color, time this week ho will be given a five of course If Miss Ruth Wyatt wil Icall at the white; No. 1453, 1919. Bath county dollar credit on U. S. Tires. Tabb Wednesday night she will bo license. Owner can have same by pay admitted free. CUT prices in Robes nnd Blankets ing costs. W. E. Bean. nt J. R. Salmons', "the Saddle Man." Auto Service Phone Taxi! Turpin & Son Phone 491. 491 Radiators and Fenders repaired. PLANT BED Dri-curetreading and sectional Let the Advocate .print your sale FERTILIZER . work by experts and guaranteed. bills it will pay you. The Fayette Radiator Repair & vulcanizCOME QUICK KIND Save 10 to 30c on Groceries at ing Co., 110 Vino St., Phono 280-Pieper's. tf r. Mokes Early Lexington, Ky. two-stor- Wednesday Fnnnio Ward in "TM& Narrow Path.!' Also next ORWod of "The Black Secret." Prices 10 and 20 cents, plus tax. Thursday Paramount-Arfcra- ft apecipl "Thn Life Line," -- in seywiv. acts. Sco tho English fox chase,. theatre fire, wrecking of steamship and rescue of passengers by means of a life line. Also Pathc News Weekly. Prices 10 and 20 cents, plus tax. Friday Only Next "Smashing Barriers." Friday and Saturday ft episodo of itTry Two Days Special. Greatest thrills ever filmed. A picture o astonishing sensations. Tho greatest wizard that ever lived. "Houdini," in "The Grim Game." Nothing faked. Tho great Houdini appears himself in this special. Prices 13 and 22 cents, plus tax. Pnrnmount-Artcra- LIBERTY THEATRE Saturday, March 6th Mary Pick-for- d in "Esmeralda." Prices 9 and 13 cents, plus tax. Also Ford Weekly EveryMonday body's favorite The popular George Walsh in "The Shark." A typical-- , Walsh production. Also Fox News Weekly. Prices 9 and 13 cents, plus V Next Week, 40-4t-- tax. Paramount Next Week, Tuesday presents Enid Bennett in "What Every Woman Learns." Also Burton Prices 9 and Holmes Travelogue. 13 cents, plus tax. Coming, Thursday, March llth The big comedy drama, "23V2 nours' Leave," featuring Douglas McLean and Doris May. Nino out of ten men who carry I j City-Count- ry ro Lexington. I'y. Equip SOLID TRUCK TIRES your truck with United States Solid Truck Tires. All sizes Pneumatic nnd Solid Truck Tires carried in stock nt GRO. CO all times. Guaranteed against defects as long as they stick together," and Autbsanrt Accessories guaranteed not to peel or strip off. Truck, Tractor and Auto Radiators We'll equip your truck while you twisted, frozen or smashed Made wait. Servico Tire Co., 224 E. Main like new Prompt service Lexington street, Lexington, Ky. Radiator W9rks, L. B. Daniel & Sons, WE ARE prepared to execute all 503 W. Main Street, Phone 1005. orders on job work neatly and Commercial Auto Co., 245 E. Main promptly. Miss Mattio Judy Botts will St., Lcxingto'n, headquarters for bo admitted to the Tabb free WednesMontgomery, Batn and Menifee day nieht. Autoists. Stop in wo make you Re- - L H. W- - Senieur Buggies and Rubber fetl at home. Ford Service CHILES-THOMPSON and Strong Plants Ask your neighbor about it WE sell IT MONUMENTS Now is the time to buy monuments so as to be ready for decoration day. S. M. Jackson. Hoosier Cabinets J. W. Baber. tf Go to Coopers' where you can get tho best goods nt tho least prices. t- -t No. 30 Broadway Street. paper, can give you no good excuso for "bothering people. Nino out of fen dollars raised by subscription papers aro wasted. g Nothing that is supported by inis necessary. As soon as an stitution begins to beg in order to' ex ist, it ought to bo out of existence, Tho people are bothered too much jnnccessarily. around a subscription whin-nin- m Advocate, Read the tho newiest paper in this section. A freo ticket awaits Mrs. II. W. YanAnt-wcr- p at the Tabb Wednesday night. Semi-Weekly banners Price's high grade fer- orowujg tilizer is wuat you neea lor your Fries, trying and betls- - Grows tue earliest Planls' Oysters, Celery, Lettuce, TomntneHS" with the "uTi'ghC- color that commands Kale, Sweet Potatoes, Green Peppers, highest prices. Usonce's Cuem Fresh Fish Friday and Saturdays. the Co. fertilizer. It is tho gotfds that ical Flour bus advanced. We advise buydoes tho work. Sold by J. K. Lyons, ing now. Sanitary Meat Co., Phono Mt. Sterling, Ky. HOME railed BcSfc-Cor- Brains,' puirs and Accessories. now. 31-l- yr Tires. tf Chiropodist Corns, Bunions, Inverted and Club Nails extracted and permanently cured. Ben Franklin, 105 W. Main f34-St.. Lexineton. Kv. 2t Without tho resolution in your hearts to do good "work, so long as your right hands havo motion in them nnd to do it whether the issue be that you die or live, no life worthy the numo will ever bo possihlo to you.; whilo in onco forming tho resolution thnt your work is to bo well done, life is really won, hore and forever. -- - 421. Kentucky Spring Seat Saddle WHEN IN OUR CITY, visit the j (band made) guaranteed to give busy placo for now nnd used furni-- 1 satisfaction. Mado right sold film. rilCS. StoVCS. Or nilVthin? VOU rnncnnnliln Horse Blankets, Work, need in ,our lino. Fnyette Furniture" KRarm nnd Boggy Harness. John R, N. Limestone. Co., 231-23- 3 SaliHflns, N. Maysville street. WE ARE ADDING new names to our subscription list daily. Let us ndd yours. Read tho Advocate, for tho news while it is news. A ticket awaits Mrs. T. M. Greene at tho Tnbb Wednesday night. Who am I? J can't build you a house, but I can sell your house for you. Who am I! I am Jho Advocate classified ad and you can my services for lOo aline. Try me. se-ou- ro Save 10 to 30o on Groceries at Typewriter Corona Portable Pieper'e. tf weight six pounds, standard keyboard. Fold it up, take it with you, WELDING typewrite anywhere. Price $50, inWe repair anything in metal Try cluding carrying case. W. H. Warus whou others fail Best equipped ehop in the South. Phone 171. Lex- ren, with Tynnsylvania Printing Co., Lexington, Ky. ington Engine and Boiler Works. Re ALL MAKES REPAIRED II. W. Senieur Buggies and Rubber built mnchines for sale. Distributors tf Tiros. for L. C. Smith & Bros., and Corona Hey! Yes, wo have "Hay" good typewriters, also Wales Adding Ma liny too. Also Corn', Oats nnd other chines. Standard Typewriter Ex change, formerly Stag Typewrfcr feeds for horse sad cow, WP T. (33-ly- r) At-th's- on Sobs, PHose 452. tf "ompntiy, Lexicon, Ky Hoosier Cabinets J. W. Babcr. tf Contracting Building Material Place your order for a motorcycle n Exclusive agents' TAXI SIR1 At your servico. All A. E. LAWRENCE Our work and Excelsior Motorcycles. closed cars. City rate, 25c. Acces- speaks for itself. We give all our Motorcycle and Bicycle parts nnd sories. Repairing. Proust servcie. nccessories. Automobile Repairing Hancock's Garage. Office, Phono 710. jobs most careful and painstaking care. Phone or call. Wo give both Adams & Yonu; nnd Accessories. Home, 850. tf new work and repair work our spec127 East Short Street, Lexington, Ky. Turpin & Son Auto Accessories. ial attention. Main and Bank Sts., Phono 491 0 TIMMINS MACHINE SHOP, W. Vino St., Lexington, Ky. We RADIATORS Any make or style 20o Can of corn Specinl, 15c. Mt. machine shop and aujo, truck or tractor twisted, Sterling Grocery. tf have a complete kind of machinery can repair any smashed, sprung or frozen, repairWelding our specialGOING TO HAVE A SALET If ed. Estimates furnished. Work a trial. so, let the Advocate advertise it and ty. Give Auto Radiator Specialists, B. Green, Prop., Phono 1320Y, print your sale bills. It will pay vou I 223 E. Main St., Lexington, Ky. (31-- 1 yr) Hoosier Cabinets J. W. Baber. tf AUTOS FOR HIRE Plumbing Jobs Large and small. Touring cars driven by licensed We're equipped to do 'em all. Service Garage. 33tf chauffeurs. Rugan-Ga- y Yes, work tho best. Call 814 we do .the rest. E. F. Gray. tf OFWe carry; a complete line of AutoSave 10 to 30c on Groceries at mobile springy and accessories. EVERY DISCRIPTION tf Phone us whenin need and we as- Pieper's. Dixie sure you prompKservice. Hoosier Cabinets J. W. Baber. tf H. A. Cobb, Autoinobilo Co., Ino Mgr., 127 E. Short SC Lexington, Advertising space in tho Advocate f Kentucky. brings results. Givo us your business A and see for yourself. A five dollar -: BY -: Willard Storage Battery Service credit on U. S. Tire will be given Station. Batteries tested and flHH 1.C. Prewitt at tkeRagaa-GaMotor free. Mak this your headqsartrrt CoV y tune Wti wek. Fayette Motet while in LexiBgtea. W. BaWr. tf Co., a3 Bast Mala strict. Hafcr Cttat-JHarley-Davidso31-lyr Even tobacco goos up. Malvern Daily Record. Yet in fact, it goes up in smoko. A midnight special: Putting on stylo often means putting off cred itors. 328-33- K" first-clas- s. SIGNS -PAINTED ::- thuo BurfAnnuj1 Th Leading American Saari Catalog Burpee's Aanual Is a complete ftuM fortheVefietable and Flower flacilM. If you are Interested In gardinlwt Burpee's Annual will be rum yeu free. Write for yeur copy 1 32-t- 1 y . i E. L. Brockwft WAtl 21 BurM iW. fhll4lftl wmmmmmm SurpaaCo. .V X.