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Now is the time to lay in your
winter supply of 4
O O -A. L.
The weather is good and now is the
best time for hauling. We have no as
. surance that the supply of coal will be
t sufficient for the needs of the people so
We will be pleased to
MT. STERLING, KY. PHONE 3
If yon wont to bo miserable you
think about yourself, what you
Wee, what rcspoct people ought to
fttf yon, and then to you, nothing
r&. bo pure. Ton will spoil everything
yw touch, you will mako sin and
ausery for yourself out of everything
which Qod sends you, and you will
W as wretched as you choose.
Taking the right road is like lock
ing the door on Trouble.
A present which the recipient will treasure
when grown to manhood and womanhood.
Porridge Bowls and Spoons.
Bib Holders and Rings.
Beauty Pins and Cups.
Mid numerous other articles from which to make
Vfctor Bogaert Co.
LEADING JEWELERS ANT) IMPORTERS
Est. 1883 "The Hallmark Store"
Having sold my Farm and decided not to again engage
in the farming industry, I will on
TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 25
lO OCLOCK A. M.
offer for sale to the highest bidder, at my home place,
near Aaron's Run, between Aaron's Run and Flat
Rock Pike, the following Personal Property:
1 Black horse 3 Pitchfolks 1 Extension table and chairs
1 Bay Mare, bred to Hutsell's 1 Two-horse wagon and har- Dishes, Jars, Crocks, Flat
jack, and if in foal the pur- ness Irons .,
chaser to pay the season 1 Cane mill and pan 5 Gallons lard
26 Sheep 1 Little Giant tobacco screw 1 Digger and shovel
4 Cows and 3 calves 1 Two-horse slide 1 Sledgehammer and pick
1 Sow and 11 shoats 1 Buggy and harness Half of two ricks of hay
1 Mower 2 Airtight heating stoves About 75 or 80 shocks of
1 Hay rake 1 Cook stove and cooking corn. Can feed it on place
1 Binder utensils before March 1st
1 Two-horse cultivator 2 Sets of furniture, marble Many other articles not
2 Oliver Chill Turning Plows top I listed will bo put up and
1 Single Shovel and 2 double 1 Iron bedstead everything will be sold re-
shovel plows 1 Lamp Btand gardjess of price.
TERMS Under $10 Cash; over that amount three
months' time with approved note bearing 6
J. T. JOHNSON
,WM. CRAVENS, Auctioneer.
make you a price on your
BIG LAND SALE
Cravens & Turpin, agents for J.
II. Lewis, sold on Thursday his
Clark county farm of 303 acres lo
cated on tho Mt. Sterling and Win
chester piko to Thomas Coons at
$225.00 per acre, aggregating a total
Every time a man gets a tooth
pulled by a Painless Dentist, tho
man knows what Ananias did for tho
FAJMImv SVLY PUSt
' The Trwwary Dspurtment hi b
in; the transfer to private inveat
ors of the Liberty Bonds still hfd
by banks, which, as the federal R
serve Board ban pointedout,, by re
ducing tho inflated credit situation
will bo one effective factor for
checking rasing prices.
Tho fanners of thi country took
their full share in the war loans and
for the first time became generally
investors in securities. The probleaa
arises, can, they to thir own advan
tage continue to invest money in se
curities, and if ao, what form shall
the investment takof A leading rural
economist recently pointed out that
tho farmers cculd not do better than
placo their surplus funds in Liberty
Bonds. From many quarters comes
the warning against tho danger In
rising land prices which are in part
dnc to the investment of tho farm
er's surplus in land which he does
not intend to cultivate, but to rent
and sell again.
Tho government is interested in
promoting tho holding of Liberty
Bonds, in preventing fraudulent
practices by Liberty Bond manipula.
tors, and in continuing the flow of
money into Liberty Bonds and other
FINE FARM LAND
BRINGS SPLENDID PRICE
Tho two fine farms owned by L.
B. Cockrell, of Clark rounty, were
sold at pubEc auction on Tuesday,
November 11th. Tho home place of
150 acres was sold to Robert Lock
ridge, of Fnyetto county, and Fred
and Leslie McCormick, all of whom
formerly resided in this place. H. F.
Howell was the contending bidder,
and the price paid was $320 per acre.
Tho 55-acro tract, near Sewell's
Shop, on the Wades Mil pike, was
sold to Dr. A. F. Goodwin, of Clark
county, for $365.25 per acre. The
attendance at the auction was large
and tho bidding spirited.
The sale had been extensively ad
vertised in tho Advocate for some
time, and each of tho buyers of the
largo tract, who are also subscrib
ers, had been attracted to the sale
by the notices in this paper, which
goes to show, as an advertising me
dium, that tho Advocate is tho pa
per that reaches tho peopled
No, Beatrice, a girl doesn't wear a
wrist watch so Bhe can toll just ex
ictly how long ho has been holding
her hand. iiM'
J. Byron DwtMtt, of Wwhlngtus
direotar general mt tlviHm nNf rf
the Ameriomi Rd Cnm; Strr
Dadwallader, director of the mvtl-
ian relief work of the Lake Division,
with headquarters at Cleveland; Dr.
S. E. Brewster, also of Cleveland,
and S. T. Ballard Thrueton, state
chairman of civilian relief for Ren
tacky, are among the speakers who
will appear on the Red Crow pro-
graa ef the joint conference of the
National Consumer's Leg8e, the
Kentucky Conference of Social
Work and the Kentacky Conference
oa Americanization, which will be
held in Louisville, November 20-24.
Dr. Deacon will speak on "The
Home Service Work of the Red
Cross in Peaca. Time," at the -War
rcn Memorial church on Saturday
evening. Mr. Dadwalladcr is. to speak
on Family Welfare Work on Satur
day at 2 :30 Other Red Cross speak
ers will Include Miss Linda Neville,
field agent, who will talk about tho
"Child and tho Jail," at a BC?ion of
the Kentucky Conference of Social
Work on Child Welfare; and Dr.
Brewster, whose subject will be "Ex
perience with Farmers' meetings." -On
Saturday morning at a meeting
of Homo Service secretaries at the
Warren Memorial church there will
bo a series of talks on '(Home Serv
ice Work by Home Service workers."
These talks will bo given by Kcn-fl
nedy Helm, of Louisville; Miss Hat
tie Funk, of Bowling Green; Mrs.
J. T. Griffith, of Owensboro; Miss
Maymo Caseldine, of Georgetown,
and Miss Lillian Ogg, of Grayson.
"Home Service Possibilities of tho
Future," is to be discussed from va
rious angles at th0 Home Service
luncheon, which will follow the morn
ing session. Those to talk on this
subject are R. J. Colbert, educa
tion director of the Lake Division,
who will speak on "In Training;"
W. Carl Hunt, of Berea, whose phase
of the subject 5s "Rural Communi
ties;" Mrs. George Hunt, of the Lex
ington chapter, who will tell of the
possibilities "In Cities," and Miss
Rebecca Averill, of Frankfort, who
will talk of the work to be done "In
Other subjects to be discussed at
the jofint conference are Health,
Recreation, Education, Child Wel
fare, Rnrnl Di-velopinent, Industrial
Relations, Race Relations and Amer
Having changed my location from
Flat Creek, Bath county, to Mont
gomery county and located 4 miles
west of Mt. Sterling on tho Winches
fcr pike, I have a nice lino of nursery
tock to offer, consisting of Fruit,
Ornamental and Shade Trees, Vines.
Shrubs and Plants, which 1 will offer
at reasonable prices. Catalogue and
price list free on application. Address
nil orders to W. W. Clark, Mt. Ster
ling, Ky., R. R. No. 1. Phono C08-J-2.
Rogers & Cprbio, the real estate
agents, sold for Taylor Howard his
40-acro improved farm, located on
Howard's Mill p5ke, to R. A. Berry.
Tho above agents also sold to Tay
lor Howard the property located on
nolt avenue, belonging to Joe M.
Henry. Prices private. .
We will begin receiving Turkeys
for the Thanksgiving market on
Wednesday, November 5th, and will
continue to receive until the latter
part of the following week, the exact
date to be announced later. Turkeys
will be received at our place of bus
iness on Locust street. For prices and
any Information wanted call us.
Phone 474. G. D. Sullivan & Co.
BAKER RETIRES AS
HEAD OF RACE TRACK
Robert L. Baker, for years head
of tho Lexington rnco courso, and
owner of the Kingston farm, ten
dered his resignation to tho Ken
tucky Jookey Club. Mr, Baker's
health 5s bad, it is said.
The feller that Harries for a home
never geta Uireufh payuHf for it.
Always In Good Taste
"- Our creations arc easily dis
" . tinguished from ordinary
7' LADIES' TAILORS
JLHtttSSM A IS I INIt
1 A. JULES
238l2 "West Mairi
A WORTHY UNDERTAKING
Becauso of tho desire among a
number of counties to maintain ef
ficient, full-tsme Health officers, the
Kentucky Stato Board of Health has
created a Bureau of County Health
Work, whose activities will bo solely
devoted to assisting in financing and
promoting tho work of such de
partments. Dr. P. W. Covington, of the In
ternational Health Board, has been
loaned to the State for tho pnrposo
of assuming the directorship of tho
In the beginning a largo part of
his time will be devoted to assisting
county health authorities iry organ
izing full-time health departments.
Dr. CovSngton brings to th State
wide experience in snch work, hav
ing spent the lost ten years in or
ganizing county health departments
throughout the South, as well as in
some of tho foreign countries.
The State Board of Health is now
in position to rfve $5,000 annually
I to tho first five counties making a
like appropriation. The $10,000.00
thu3 provided for, in each' of the
five counties, to bo used in employ
;ng a physician, trained in public
Chesapeake & Ohip R'v
J Shortest and Quickest Route
Through Pullman Sleepers
Washington, Baltimore, Phlladelphl
Direct Route to Richmond, Va., Olc
Point, Norfolk. Virginia and
Two Through Trains to Louisville
Steel Equipment Dining Cars.
All Makes of Tires aid Tubes
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Mt Sterling Vulciiiziig Conpuy
health work, and an adequato mm
brr of assitonts such as pubU
nurses, microscopists and sanitarf
inspectors, who'will devoto their ea
tiro time to thoi prevention of sick
ness within tho county.
Tho State Board of Health ex
pects to show at tho end of tho first
year's work such a decrease in tke
death rate from preventable disease
in the five counties selected, as wil
create a desiro among a largo num
ber of assistants such as public
ments, by whicli time it is hoped that
such arrangements will have bee
mado as wSU enable tho Board to
financially co-operate with most of
the counties or groups of counties
in tho State.
Any timo a girl hands you her
purso and her hanky and asks yov
to .put them in your coat pocket for
her whdn you are out with her, ye
are a Goner and might as well go
downtown and help her select the
Wall- Paper and th0 Twin Beds.