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EASTIN & HARRIS
. Fiink-jil Drecto,
MT. STERLING, KY.
Residence 295 and 146
Phones: Office 479
WHEN IN LEXINGTON i
We Specialize in Home
Mado Candy, Individual
Ices and Cakes
Onr Catering Department
is in Capable Hands and
We Guarantee Satisfaction.
MCGIRK & O'BMAN
a wmthy CAUSE
. Patriot (unoBf flU DiMtpto t
Chrfart, otherwise knew, m Mm
Chrfetia almrali or ChriatfMi Broth
erhood, Ytxi iMUfnratd a drive for
$96,000,000, to be applied to an ex
tensive plan of practical ,Amcrican
ization. Through the Christian Amcr
ican5zation Association an investi
gation of Americanization problems
occupying1 three months has been
completed and the original plan to
raise $1,000,600 for the extension
of the international Bible College at
Minneapolis, Minn., grew 5nto a pro
ject to-raise the larger sum.
This becamo necessary when it was
decided to equip a chain of educa
tional institutions extending from
coast to' coast, including a central
Americanization university and to
begin, the process of Americanization
with newly arrived immigrants at the
principal ports of entry. This, in ad
dition, to pursuing work among the
40,000,000 persons now in tho United
States who speak foreign language.
There will bo Americanization
houses at tho seaports receiving im
migrants, where tho newcomers will
bo made comfortable immediately up
on arrival, At these houses trained
workers speaking the native tongues
of tho immigrants will ascertain
their intentions, ambitions and ac
complishments. Through a bureau of
industrial aid men and women will
bo placed in occupations in which
they have had experience or for
which they are especially fitted.
Through a housing bureau they
Trill be guided to sanitary quarters
far from the congested foreign set
tlements of the big cftic. where
they would naturally turn to mingle
with fellow-countrymen, who .came
before them, there to receive their
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5 All the New Shades in Silks and Chiffons for 5
jj Evening Dresses-Our line of fancy trim- jj
S mings cannot be surpassed. i
jj Paillettes and Tricollettes for street wear jj
J. D. Hazelrigg & Son
i "The House of Dry Goods"
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GIVE US YOUR ORDERS
151-185 Broadway, Lexington, Ky.
Mrs. Mary C. Ayres
Local Agent Phone 235
"PARTICULAR WORK for
DainhD Garments such aa
Waists, Evening Gowns, Dress
es, etc., cleaned by the most
j; es, eic, cieuuuu uy n.o '" APPTrfATP
modern and sanitary methods. 4r x LtLljt 1 La 5
Parce Post paid one way
CLEANERS and DYERS
LEXINGTON. - KY jf
Fur Repairing and Remodeling
Our reputation for successful repairing and re
modeling old Furs, due to our long and wide ex
perience is striking evidence of the finest skill and
thorough workmanship that only a practical and ex
clusive furrier can offer.
The cold days will soon be here and with them
advanced prices and continued rush.
Do not delay another day, it will mean a saving
to you to come early.
Lat6st New York and Paris fashions.
' W. H. DAWSON k SON
4 The American Furrier
411 WEST 4TH STREET
ffirst and worst impression of our,
Comfortably housed and profitably
employed tho newcomers will bo given
an .opportunity to learn tho English,
language, homo and political ccon-,
omy, hygiene and other useful sub-?
jects and will bo so guided that old
world traditions will be destroyed'
and American ideals substituted.
Thus they will bo able to improve
their ljving and working conditionSj
by a short cut process instead of the
slow assimilation process which ex-'
poses them to sinister influences.
Tho Association, realizing the
menace of Bolshevism and attendant
disruption of American institution,
will work with the idea in view that
unless some good influence is ex
erted over the foregncr immediately
upon his arrival in tho country ho
w511 bo easy prey for radical agita
tors and others who would subject
him to exploitation.
Tho Americanization houses in tho.
interior cities will tako up tho prob
lem of tho foreigners now in tho(
slums of tho largo centers, offering
day and night classes of a more ad-,
vanced nature than thoso for the
newcomers, but developed along tht
same lines with Christian citizenship
as the goal.
It is tho aim of the Christian
Americanization Association to es
tablish an Americanization club an
every Christian Brotherhood church
t oaid in the campaign.
Rev. A, N. McCallum, of Seattle,
Wash., is president of tho associa
tion and Judge M. C. Tifft, of Min
neapolis, is treasurer. Headquarters
have bcien established at 820-830
Monadnock Building, Chicago, and
city, town, county and state organi
zations aro now in the process of
Hero la a message to
Buffering women, from
Mrs. W. T, Price, of
Public, Ky.: "I suf
fered with painful...",
tho writes. "I cot down
with & weakness lu my
"back and limbs... I
felt helpless and dis
couraged...! bad about
given up hopes of over
being well aealn, when
a friend Insisted I
The Woman's Tonic
I began Cardul. In
a short whllo I saw a
marked dlffercnco . . .
I crew Btronger right
along, and it cured me.
I am stouter than I
havo beon in years."
If you suffer, you can
appreciate what It
means to bo strong and
well. Thousands of wo
men glvo Cardul tho
credit for their good
health. It should help
you. Try Cardul. At all
II Valuable and Lasting'
V 123 E. Main St. Opp. Phoenix 11
Lexingtn, Ky. II
WATCH THE "BLUE SKY" MEN
Investors have tho same right to
know who and what is behind a se
curity offered them as tho pure food
law gives purchasers of food pack-,
ages as to their ingredients, ac
cording to Federal Trade Commis
sioner Houston Thompson.
Failure of the manufacturer to live
up to the pure food law may cause
one to take into his system poison
ous food, and tho vendor may bo
punished criralinally, said Mr. Thomp
son before tho Senate Committee
considering provisions of a federal
"Blue sky law." But if the purchaser
does not know what is behind a se
curity it may result 'in no food at
ir. Thompson declared that the
sum squandered annually in "wild
eat" investments in America had in
creased to $500,000,000. lie advo
cated that every person or firm of
fering stocks or bonds to tho pub
lic should b0 compelled to print on
all communication and literature the
names of the promoters and under
writers and sellers of tho securities
with tho commissions or bonuses of
Investigation shows that unscrup
ulous promotors aro reaping a rich
harvest throughout the country. All
sorts of schemes havo been devised
to induco (investors to part with thgir
Liberty Bonds, War Savings Stnmps
or indeed anything of real value for
worthless promises of "a short road
to big fortunes."
The investigation showed that
promoters aro evading tho State
laws controlling tSssuo of securities
by selling "certificates of partici
pation," "lots" in oil fields, "leases"
with contract to dovelop tho "oil
land," and secret formulas. Know
ing thoy would bo unablo to obtain
state permits for tho salo of their
stock thoy havo seized on theso eva
sions, working quietly and ready to
disappear at tho first sign of legal
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James Watson: "I'll Never Forget
When Father's Hogs Got Cholera
"Ono morning ho found 20 hogs
dead and sovoral sick. IIo called in
tho Vet., who, nftor dissecting a rat
Iho rodents had conveyed gonns.
Sinco. thon I am novor without RAT
SNAP. It's tho surest, quickest rat
destroyer I know." Threo sizes, 25c,
50c, $1.00. Sold and guaranteed by
Chcuault & Orear.
TEACHERS ENDORSE THRIFT
The Southwest Teachers' Asso
ciation, with about 2,000 members,
met at Springfield, Mo., October 23
25, and among other resolutions
adopted tho following:
"Wo recogu'izo in tho present na
tional thrift campaign a movement
essentially educational in character,
and we urgo that thrift, instruction
become a permanent pnrt of public
school procedure. Wo recommend,
therefore, that the government con
tinue the issue of Thrift and Sav
ings Stamps as a medium for the in
vestment of tho savings of school
children, believing that investment
in these securities will promote pros
perity and patriotism."
A Lady in Chicago Telegraphs for
Read Mrs. Phillips' wire: "Youell's
Exterminator Co., Wcstfield, N. J.
Rush $3 worth of RAT-SNAP."
Later received following letter:
"RAT-SNAP arrived. It rid onr
house of rats in no time. Just moved
hero from Pa., where I used RAT
SNAP with great results." Thifce
sizes, 25c, 50c, $1.00. Sold and
guaranteed by Chenault & Orear.
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Mothers who know the anguish
of waiting helplessly through
age-long hours (or the phyricuai
ho mav not arrive intimp wilLI.nrH-
ly fail to keep on hand a bottle of this effective croup remedy. Varo
menthais a certain preventive and specific for colds, croup, influenza,
grippe, pneumonia and other respiratory ailments.
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KttNNlA SAlVf r
NOT STAIN THE CLOTHES
It is applied externally to the chest, throat and nos
trils and is quickly absorbed through the pores of the
skin. Its healing vapors rise and are inhaled directly
to the infected membranes. A double-action remedy,
it is doubly certain to produce satisfactory results.
It has this tharacteriitic tliat distinguithes it from
other salves, it will not stain the clothes. Buy a
bottle of Vapomentha TODAY. It is an invaluable
protection for an insignificant price.
30c, 60c, and $1.20 Bottles at
All Drug and General Stores.
If your dealer cannot supply you order from
BRAME DRUG CO., N. Wilieaboro, N. C
Die Tires i Ties
Put them on all around and leave worry behind.
HaYoln,e Oil and Greases The Best by Ttst.
Work done on any make of car.
Taxi Service Day and Night Open and Closed Cars.
Phones Residenoe, 601 and 85G. Office, 716.
HANCOCK & TURLEY
South Bank street
Alterations 1 Repairing
LADIES' AKD GENTS' GARMENTS
Stockton's Electric Dry Cleaning Company
MT. STERLING. KENTUCKY