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The Mt. Sterling advocate. (Mt. Sterling, Ky.) 1890-current, November 11, 1919, Section One, Image 3

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CHARGE OF STAMP BRIGADE
Just a Stamp, just a Stamp,
Just a Stainp onward!
Into tho valley of Hfo
Go many hundred.
Stormed at by costs and bills,
Boldly they faced their ills,
Bravely cut out all frills,
And bought an hundred.
High cost to right of them, high cost
to loft of them,,
High cost behind them volleyed und
thundered,
But they kept saving on, just as they
had begun.
Till they'd an hundred.
When will tho high cost fado?
0, the wild charge they made!
All the world wondered.
So let us tight the scamps
With moro War Savings Stamps
Stamps by tho hundred.
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load the sting on your friends.
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and pr7cnts wnlte VAXr, A-lk
diarrhoea, cholera and other chick
disease). One CCc bott'e males 12
gallons of medicine. Plat fcottla,
prlcn 1i20, makes 83 Fel'ens. At
drussUta, or seat by mall poatpaM.
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DR. H. M. WRIGHT
: Dentist:
Office over Geiger's Pharmacy
Hours 9 to 12 ; 1 to 5
Phones, office 247, Res. 249
SHALL WE HAVE LIVERTY
OR HELL IN AMERICA
There is nothing in the peace
treaty about industrial pence. There
is 5n it no clause to prevent the Hun
from undermining the industrial
structure of the nations against
which he lnunchcd his Juggernaut of
hate in 1914.
The armed forces of Germany ure
ostensibly unarmed, but her most
subtle emissaries of disaster, her
propagandists, arc loose una they
are continuing the wrecking method
pursuediby Ludendorff and his un
speakable associates in their retreat
through Belgium.
The Amalgamated Meat Cutters
and Butcher Workmen's Union has
been trying to forco recognition of
tho closed shop by tying up tho cntiro
meat-packing industry of tho East.
A strike was ordered 5n Baltimore
last week. In its account of the open
ing of tho strike the Baltimore Even
ing Sun says, "The hand of German
nliens, who during the war were re
stricted to barred zones, and in some
cases were even vouched for by the
very employers they are now turn
ing against, was seen in the opening
of tho strike, which resulted intone
clash in tho northeastern section of
the city."
The man who figured in that clnsh
was an alien enemy during the war.
So was ono of the chief organisers of
tho strike, who was given tho privi
lege of barred zones during tho war
instead of IntenuMnt toldy bMaam
his tmploytnri vouched for htm.
OtlMR rnHtg the strike fndwdtd,
txri!lg to the Sun, "a nun md
Roceo, nid to be a radical frtm
New York, and a German named
Malnhardt."
When tho Sun reporter went o
gel a statement from tho strike lead
ers he, was greeted by the bitter de
nunciations of a leader who became
so excited that ho could scarcely un
derstand his own broken English.
The Press used tp say that th,erc
was hell 6n Belgium. There will be
hell in America if the brazen expo
nents of industrial disruption, with
tho German philosophy of hate
stamped deep all over them, arc per
mitted to run freely about tho coun
try1, stirring up strikes, preaching
revolution and mocking American in
stitutions by employing them as a
masquerade under which they work
their nefarious designs.
Afticricn did not want tho llun
civilization and sent some millions of
men and billions of dollars to Eu
rope to drive it back into its own
habitat and utterly wipe it out from
tho face of the earth. America did
not want nn economic philosophy
"mado in Germany" to permeate
American industrial institutions and
wreck them. But that is just what is
happening.
"Two patriotic v. .rk hours e'.ery
day for every German 1" Thnt is
what the Hun preaches and practices
for himself at home. Two hours a day
less work, loss work per hour and
more pay is what tho ITun preaches
for the workmen of other nations,
and his fellpw-IIuns march the
streets of American oities in perfect
safqty, spreading that philosophy
and actually inducing gullible Amer
icans a few of them and thou
sands of aliens to accept that phil
osophy. Who won the war? Nobody knows
now and nobody will know for twen
ty years, but while native American
boys wore -winning it on the battle
fields of Europe a lot of profiteering
aliens wore doing wlit they could
do to lose it in tho workshops at
home, to the extent of staging some
thing more than C,000 strikes in the
space of eighteen months and run
ning up wages until their bellies
fairly bulged with stutfmg. They put
a load on Uncle Snm's back that they
thought would break him. It did not,
so with the characteristic effrontery
nnd cunning of the Hun, these same
alien elements, unleashed nnd month
free, are engaged in sniping tho
very foundations of government and
industry. They even movo in the
Executors' Sale of Land
TO THE PEOPLE
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Our Bank is SMALL enough to
WANT your patronage and
is BIG enough to PROTECT
your interests. Every facility
in up-to-date banking. Let this
Bank be your Bank.
H. R. PREWITT Prs. ( . PRANK PERRY, Caahlor
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Lubricators, Oil Cups, Valves
I Steam Hose, Thresher Supplies
Carried in stock
Write or phone
J. J. Fitzgerald Co,
132 Seutk Limutoas Strt.
Lcxmgten, Ky.
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Fun-al Director
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MT. STERLING, KY.
Residence 295 and 140
. Phones: Office 479
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LIBERTY BONDS
ALL ISSUES
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403 Trust Company Bids;.
43-26t.
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C. FISHER
BARBER
Old Postoffice Building
L. FISHER
FOOT SPECIALIST
As executors of S. A. Duff, deceased, we will sell at public auction at the Court
House door in Mt. Sterling on
Monday, November 1 7, 1 91 9
County Court Day
at about one o'clock, P. M., immediately after the Master Commissioner's sales.
170 ACRES OF LAND
lying in Montgomery County, Ky., near Spencer Station, fronting on the Spencer pike.
About 40 acres of this land lies level in a body, suitable to be cultivated, rotated
and subdivided, and is fine clover land; the balance of the farm is excellent pasture
land, some of it bottom land.
There is a principal dwelling of six rooms and a hall, one tenant house, one to
bacco barn, holding about eight acres, and one tobacco barn, holding four acres; the
big barn has stalls and mangers for feeding cattle.
There are three never-failing springs, one within 30 steps of the dwelling; one,
as good' as can be found anywhere, in the barn lot. These springs furnish abundant
and lasting water for all the stock that can be handled on the place.
TERMS Ten per cent, on day of sale ; balance of one-third on March 1, 1920;
one-third on March 1, 1921, tne last third on March 1, 1922, with interest on the de
ferred payments from March 1, 1920, until paid, payable annually. Deed will be
made and possession given on March 1, 1920, arid lien retained to secure deferred
purchase money notes. Default in the payment of any principal or interest shall ren
der all due and collectible.
School, Country Store and Railroad Station within one-quarter mile, and Church
within one mile.
Purchaser must pay taxes for 1920.
Sale will be by the acre and the land will be surveyed. "
J. T. Coons and W. G. Reasor
as Executors of S. A. Duff, deceased
JOHN WHITE & GO. .jjgS
LOUISVILLE, KY. Mg&ZmtolA
Liberal assortment mtfSSSa
and full value paid 2rK3felijK
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open; they have dared not to conceal
their activities. Immunity has em
boldened them. They defy "Washing
ton and mock Congress, that Con
gress which has before 5t all the evi
dence unearlhed in the Overman in
vestigation, that Congress to which
has just returned the committee in
vestigating the steel strike with a re
port thnt in placo after place about
Pittsburgh it couldn't get any testi
mony becau&o tlio men employed did
not speak "a lnngungo they under
stood, nor they a language tho
"workers" could comprehend tlioy
moek that Congress because it, with
a full record of tho case in hand,
vith full information of what thoj
Huns aro trjing to do, merely ex
tends tho war-time immigrtUrtm re
strictions, but is afraid to enact leg
islation that will preserve tho fruits
of bloody victory in tho, field nnd
save American industry from threat
ened disruption.
While tho Industrial Conference in
Washington is talking about "the
closed shop," Congress itself ought
to bo talking nbout a "closed coun
try." That is tho real issue.
Ilero in Baltimore wo Iiavo nliens
blacklacking good Americans who
want to work. Had tho Kaiser sent
his fleets up the Chesapeake nnd
wore bis blnck emblem of hato wav
ing over tho cnpitol, a moro dis
graceful condition of affairs could
not exist. Ho hWaself is virtually in
terned, but his sorvnnts nro looso
nnd thoy work his will.
Economio unrest! That is a mas
querade Tho unrest is the unrest of
propagandists, of alien onetnios, of
human snakes that aro crawling nnd
working their way into tho very cita
dels of our prosperity. They nro try
ing to do to lindustry what tho boll
weevil does to cotton. Thoy are as
ruthless as their fellow-spawn were
in Belgium, as malignant -as they
were in Poland, as fixed in their
purpose of destruction as any Hun
officer that ever raped a woman or
transfixed a babo in arms.
Senator Kenyon says Americani
zation. Wo cannot Americanize the
Hun. Wo know of no surgery thnt
can transform a snake into a lamb
or tramuto tho brain of a fox into
tho honest intelligence of an ox.
If labor unions havo become ref
ugees for alien enemies who but a
year ago were compelled to bo label
ed and counted, if the unions not
only give sanctuary to these hell-bent-for-ruln
agitators, but actually
accept them as leaders nnd are
guided by them, then the remedy is
not Americanization, but expulsion.
They ought to bo driven out of the
country. They ought to be sent back
to Germany to give two patriotio
hours a day to their own country
instead of tho sixteen unpatriotic
hours a day they arc giving to this
country.
When you see a man waving tho
Red Flag, push him lo ono side and
jerk out the nun who is hiding behind
him! Manufacturers' Record.
$100 Reward, $100
The readers of this paper will be
pleased to learn that there Is at least
one dreaded disease that science has
been ablo to cure In all its stages and
that Is catarrh. Catarrh being greatly
Influenced by constitutional conditions
requires constitutional treatment. Hull's
Catarrh Medicine is taken Internally and
acts thru the Blood on tho Mucous Sur
faces of the System thereby destroying
the foundation c' tie disease, giving tho
patient strength i,y building up the con
stitution and assisting nature In doing Its
Tvork. Tho proprietors have so much
faith In the curat Ke power of Hall's
Catarrh Medicine that they offer Ono
Hundred Ijollars for any case that It falls
to cure. Send for list of testimonials.
Addris V. 3. CHKNEY & CO., Toledo.
Ohio. Sold by all Druggists, 75c.
INSURANCE
BEN R. TURNER
Pkone 156 Mt. Sterling Ky. City Hill
FIRE, TORNADO,
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