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The Mt. Sterling advocate. (Mt. Sterling, Ky.) 1890-current, November 04, 1919, Section One, Image 2

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LARGE WOMEN
Here .the Store, tkat lek the wy for
- - you to secure perfect garment' satisfaction
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Heater. Ne air aixer to adSosi- Air rased astosaticaUy csder
bfei or loir pressure. A fool proof store. See tfcis Toaderfsl
FtT before yos bay.
We are sole aceais f or aH the best brands of store sold is Mt.
gierKr;:- Lok at tte Hst: "fiifcoa Gas Heaters. Clark Jerell
Gas Basses, ri Gas Barnes, Moore's Air-trii Coal Heaters,
Cote's Hot Kist Coal Heater, IL&jesik Coal Barges, Moore's
Cozbisaooa Gas aad Coal Barnes. Osr 20 years' practical ex
perience at the store basir.es? esaiJss as to grre yera tie best
scads nzAt at tie Unrest prices.
CHENAULT & OREAR
Tlie Jjtcoa is not satisfied -iti ,
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oi tee uinn ess, i,''ia
'' drastic wi
allies tbaa are bott costesplatei far.j
s5ea rfaelers bo -KTlidrr- t&eir fSt-
izes.43p papers to escape the draft,'
tfce Xatiosal EAeatrrc CcoBstltee .
has appointed a special ceaaetfee,
feiei vHl rewasssi-eod to tie Hos ;
Cossttee a Lssigraiica and ICat-
nraza.toa a Dore sirisge! aasead- j
zseai to the bSL Hsosas W. 3GEerT
of Delaware, is ehair&aa of tin?
jCOETsltee. Tie Legiea- takes tfee-".
isilios thai the first 5etioa of tie'
.b2L prcridis? that aliens ijo elafaa-,
;ed eiensptioa oa tfce ground that they
5rere citizens of other eoantrie, shall ,
isot be adsitted to citizenship for J
fire yars, L shoOy inadequate. Itj
held that aHen slackers' .saoHld
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INSURANCE
BEN R. TURNER
FIRE, TORNADO,
HAIL, PLATE GLASS
All klsds of Bonis
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L. A. FENNELL,
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151-155 N. Broadway
Lexington, Ky.
We are prepared to do the highest .'
class work in all lines. Bridal bou
quets, fancy corsages, French bou
quets, made of freshest flowers ar
tistically arranged. Funeral designs
given our most careful attention.
jbe desied citizenship altogether, lie
amendment to be offered iill eaa-'
ilrfiee a rfcovision thaS names of j
alien slackers be publicly posted in.
cosBsncities ia -wlnca they Kre. I
Pressure of the entire taeaifeer- I
'ship of the legion Trill be brought to '
bear npon members of the Senate
Committee oa Immigration in aa ef-1
fort to obtain immediate action on (
a bill introduced in Congress, and
already passed by the House, -which ,
provides for the deportation of aliens
and other undesirables convicted nn- j
der the Espionage Act Legion Head- j
quarters has issued a bulletin call- (
ing on all local posts and States,
branches of the Legion throughout
the country to urge their respective
nators to use their efforts to make
'bis bill a lav. J
Henry D. Lindsley, chairman of j
e Legioi, also ask3 all local postsi
and State branches to urge senators
to belfi obtain an amendment to the
KiWar Rik Insurance Act now in the
5V
J i Senate Committee on Hnaiice, so
' that term insurance, as trell as con
LIES. MARY C. AYRES is OUr Mt. Sterling rep- glverted insurance, may be paid in I
icsciivauici ijit mu u giau ia mm. juui muuj. - ,jurap hums ana mai me diii, aireaav
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T&CCCZlllXX&yZKllX by the House, be passed at
once in the Senate.
j , , , .. Preparations are going forward
VR nFVFLnP; HEW tfanally prey upon plants. Another . . .
apn Utytl-ur-a ntw , J j i i at Stafe Headquarters in LomsvOIe
USES FOR ELECTRICITY .Item is the successful use of elec- for the altcnaance 'ot the Kentnckv
The ar develojx-d many ncrsr uses tricity for heating bed? in the nnli- delegation at the National Conven-
for electricity. One is the increasing tary hospitals in Prance and Eng- jtion to be held, beginning November
of the growth of plants as much r.3 hand for men -who were desperately ! 10, in ifinneapolis. The recent State
SO per cent., this experiment being wounded and on the verge of death, j Convention of the Legion approved
carried on in Franee. An important It is said that numerous such cases .in Louisville's effort to obtain the
advantage of this treatment is said , were revived through electric heating. 1 1920 convention and a strong plea
to be the destruction of insects which Adv. 'for the Kentucky metropolis -will be
PUBLIC SALE
I WILL, ON
Thursday, November 13,
10 O'Clock
The Home of F. L. L. Models
JO Different Sizes 16. Io 18 and 36 to 59 Bust '.
SECURE THE GENUINE
Remember! At the present time there is but
one place in America to secure genuine
E L. L. Models
SUITS, COATS, DRESSES
for LARGE WOMEN
The tremendous success and growing popularity of
these wonderful garments designed by Frank L.
Lippard offer sufficient evidence of their merit
But do not be misled into accepting a substitute, if
you want to be sure of looking your best for no
garments merely made large will permanently satisfy
your discriminating intelligence.
"Better buy an F. L. L. Model than wish you had"
WindhorstV
FRANK L. LIPPARD, President
ONE BLOCK NORTH OF THE NEW COURT HOUSE ON MAIN STREET
12th and Main CINCINNATI, OHIO
offer lor sale my farm of 53 1-2 acres, lying on the
head of Brush Creek, one-half mile from the Oldham
pike. There is on the place a six-room dwelling, a
four-bent barn and all other necessary buildings. This
farm is all in grass except twelve acres and is well
watered. There is abundant fruit of all kinds, includ
ing apples, peaches, plums, pears and grapes. It lies
within 1 1-4 miles of Camargo, where there are three
churches and a good graded school.
At the same time and place I will offer for sale the following
personal property:
i
1 Red Half Jersey Cow, 5 years old ; good
one ; fresh the first of January.
1 Red Cow, 4 years old, and calf.
3 Turning Plow, Oliver Chill No. 19.
1 Good Buggy and Harness.
1 Good one-horse Wagon and Harness.
All my household and kitchen furniture.
Terms made known on day of sale.
made in Minneapolis.
j Following action by the State con
! rention, with regard to the re-em-.
ployment policy of the Standard Oil
'Co., in Kentucky, that corporation
has assured Emmet O'Neal, State
Employment Officer, that it Trill as-
Isiduously co-operate rfth the Le
gion in the future and that bo ex-
' service men formerly in its eaaploy
will be refused employment as good
or better than that which he held
before the war.
Sunday, November 9, has been
designated as American Legion Sun
day, and hundreds of Kentucky
clergymen will discuss the American
Legion and kindred subjects in their
pulpits on that day.
Pout officers are requested to
note matter contained in the above
jn connection with suitable actios
by local posts; press consul tee are
asked -to oMa&a. Ike widatt peeiWe
If
more
the world can only stand a few Uew York laundry workers decida
years of peace all will bo well,to striko whilo the ironing is hot.
YOU CAHNOT HIDE THE TRDTH
About the Clark Automatic Gate. It is
sold "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 invest
ment They are a real necessity and in
expensive. "Quality goes ia before the same goea oa"
CLARK GATE CO.
(Incorporated)
LEXINGTON, - - KENTUCKY
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Wm. Cryaat, Auctioneer
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