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M. M. Staton filled bis
appoiottneat at this place
Km Delina Stevens, of Mt. Stcr
iMf, 1mm beea Tiiitfng ker cousin,
iMOgono Stepheau, of thin place
Mr. 0. M. McKee and family, of
Ijmeec Static, speat Sunday with
HMi ii". A. OMpktui. y
Mr. BrereM Bodgers, who kas
hm aiek foe several months, is re-
pwra own ocneit
. Mr. Lta Trimble, of Mt Sterling,
)ru at tkk place ob business yea-
' Uka Mae Rtchardsoa is visiting
kez brother, W. H. Richardson; of
' The infant son of Mr. and Mrs.
tarn Walters died Tuesday morning.
Mr. Sidney Ensor, wife and baby
We the guests of her parents, Mr.
afei Mrs. Elgin Trimble, Sunday.'
Tf HONOR OUR
' Veetmaster Squire Turner, of this
Mky, ia ib line for a "Distinguished
arrioe Pin" that may bo confer--xmI
ob him by a Division of the
Mated Sfiafea Treasury1 Dcjpart-
IWa iiaignia of honor is a beau
Mally lettered gold pin, wltn a TjIuo
aamelled border, bearing the words
"KatinguiBhed Service, Treasury
Bepartment, Savings Division." The
fia has the some intrinsic value as
Ma Distinguished Service Award by
Hie honor of wearing one of these
fimm is confined to the postmaster
wUo causes to be sold between No
vember 3rd and December 6th the
vota of Treasury Savings Certifi
cates allotted to his office.
Is cities with a postoffice oftho
Mart class the quota is $5,000 of-
Mfcer the $100 'or $1,000 Certifi
cates. Second class offices should
el $4,000, third class $3,000 and
fosrth class offices, $2,000.
The postmaster may also cause
M honor to bo shared by any at
Msie of his office, who will per
ioral the service required. Thus the
araistant, any carrier or clerk in an
Affioo of any class, who with his
kiefs consent, makes sales equall
ing the fixed quota for the office,
may on the postmaster request, re
ceive one of the coveted trophies.
Rend Advoente Clnssified nds.
DR. H. M. WRIGHT
Office over Geiger'a Pharmacy
Hours 9 to 12 ; 1 to 5
Phones, office 247, Res. 249
The Delco-Light engine ia the Talr-in-lh-Iiftd
type used in the bett and most powerful airplane
engines and in hundreds of thousands of automo
biles. It is air-cooled runs on kerosene in any climate
has only one place to oil and has a simple mix
ing valve in place of carburetor.
The storage battery is exclusively designed and
built for Delco-Light with thick plates, wood and
rubber separators and many improvements that
insure long life.
Delco-Light long ago passed the experimental
stage and has gone. through the refining influence
of three and one-half years of production and of
usage by 75,000 customers.
You will find plants in the homes of your com
munity.' Just ask your neighbor about his Delco
Delco-Light makes happy homes; it saves time
and labor, taking away lots of hard, unpleasant
tasks. It "Pays for Itself" by the work it does and
the time it saves.
Of the more than 75,000 Satisfied Users of Delco
Light, the first are among the most enthusiastic
proof that the simplicity and durability of Delco
Light meets the requirements of its customers.
There's a Delco-Light Man Near Yea
Central Kentucky Light & Power Co.
259 W. Short Street .... LEXINGTON, KY.
W. L. JOHNSON, Local Representative
BAUMONT HOTEL MT. STERLING, KY.
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Makers of Delco-Light Products, DAYTON, OHIO
Before he gets her he -wonders why
she didn't ta&a lessons on tho Harp.
After ho gets her he wonders why
eho didn't take lessons on tho Kit
TO THE PEOPLE
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. PRCWITT Pre.. : B. PRANK FERRY, Caahlar
Lubricators, Oil Cups, Valves
Steam Hose, Thresher Supplies
Carried in stock
Write or phone
J. J. Fitzgerald Co.
CHRISTMAS SEALS APPROVED
BY EASTERN KENTUCKIANS
Eastern Kentucky was prominent
in tho Red Cross. Christmas Seals
Conference held in Lexington last
week. Among tho Eastern Kentucky
representatives were Mrs. John W.
Langley, of Pikcville, and former
United States Senator George B.
Martin, of Catlottsburg; Major E.
S. ITolburn, of Middlesboroj Mr. L.
V. Williams, of Nicholasvillo; Miss
Jano B. Ililton, of Carlisle; Miss
Edith Marshall and Governor Charles
M. Ilarriss, of Versailles; Miss
Amanda 0. Rodcs, of Danville; Mrs.
Sydney Lewis Scott, of Georgetown;
Mrs. Luella Norris and Mrs. Joseph
E. Lindsoy, of Mt. Storling; A. R.
Burnam, of Richmond; Miss Annie
M. Casey, Dr, J. L. Rice and Super
intendent of Schools, W. J. CapCn
gor, of Maysvillo; Mrs. J. C. Scobee,
of Winchester; James C. Layno, of
Old Postoffice Building
Fort Thomas; Mrs. Luella E. Boyd,
of Covington, and Miss Harriett P.
Minakr, of Paris.
W. P. Deiss, of Shelbyville; Dr.
Charles T. Baylis, Rcginal Director
of the National Christmas Scnls
drive; Rcginal Secretary Murray A.
Auerbaeh, Mrs. Desha Brcckinritge,
of Lexington, ant other Lexington
and Central Kentucky workers in
anti-tuberculosis work wcro in at
tendance. Plans for tho work in tho Eastern
Kentucky district, of which Gover
nor Ilarriss has accepted tho leader
ship, were outlined by Dr. J. S.
Lock, execntivo secretary of the
Stato Tuberculosis Association, and
State Campaign Director M. B.
Thweatt, of Louisville. Assurance
was given of the hearty support of
tho people of Eastern Kentucky,
who have always been generous in
the purchase of tho Red Cross
Christmas Seals. ITealth bonds of
tho, denomination of $5, $10, $25 and
$50 uro to bo sold this year to largo
investors in this health work, who
have always given beyond tho amount
of Red Cross Seals it would bo pos
sible for them to use.
Announcement was mado of tho
conference of governors of tho
Southern States at Chattanooga, on
November 29, to consider tho men
ace of tuberculosis in these states.
The Woman's Distory Club will
have a Courtday dinner in May, 1920.
The Corn Fed whoso skirt is too
full now will got mad when she hears
that skirts aro to be fuller this
Undo Mart Lowry remembers the
timo when tho old-fashioned wifo
used to kiss her husband just to see
if he had been drinking.
What has becomo of tho old-fashioned
girl who really had no anbi
tion to teach school.
BEN R. TURNER
PJwot 158 Mt. Sterling, Ky. City Hill
HAIL, PLATE GLASS
All kinds ol Bonds
They claim that more men than
women talk in their sleep. Well, tho
women have the whole day and a
man has to talk some time.
Mt. Sterling Lumber Co.
Star Planing Mill Co.
Roujjh and dressed. Every thine
to build a house, barn, garage ;
or anything made of wood.
Fenco posts. Sash. Doors.
Composition roofing. Cedar
shingles. Ashplmlt shingles.
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131 Setk Liaaaitowa Straat
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