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10 Conts a Lino. TERMS: Cash in Advance Where Customer Has Not An Open Account
A Few Cents Invested Will Brine You Many Dollars. Read the Ads It Will Pay You la Dollars and Cents
THE RAGAN-GAY MOTOR CO. GIVES AWAY
Fifteen Dollars Weekly on U. S. Tires
For Sale Miscellaneous
Tlio Ljll.v C'rcsun Separator, bought
lit old price anil .will lie -olil accord
ingly. See Karl Shoemaker, Swift'.
Crmiiii Station, Bank Mreet. "4-4t.
The Interstate Electric Siik- Co.
ban located here. Contracting, wir
ing, fixture-- anil everything elcotri
cal. 1'aul Kohlke, corner Bank and
Locust sheet. (74-2t)
Firostone Tires Turpin & Son.
TIRES Call and see our new line
of Mohawk and Greyhound Tires and
Tul'es. 'McCAItTY BROS.
SPLENDID line of chicken feed.
-Alo corn, oat- nnd other feeds for
Ilia 'iore or cow. AY. T. Atchison1
& Sons, phono 452.
II. W. Sonieur Buggies, Rubber Tires
NOW is the time to have your pa
nerinir and paintinir done. We are
making, reductions on all old stock!
wall paper. M. R. 1IAINLINE.
II. W. Senieur Buggies, Rubber Tires
FIRST AND LAST E. L. Shaekel-
ford bus opened a. fruit, vegetable (
and confection stand on North Mays-
vine sheet, rresh butteimilk on sale
Hoosier Cabmots J. W. Baber. tf !
TRUCK HAULING Let me lo
your moving and haul your fieigbt.
Phono 703. Clcll Coekiell.
SECOND HAND CARS One 1917
Chandler, sevcn-passcngcr touring
1917 Cbalmeis Coupe; 1010 ,
trr.i-.. o.-i nur. ivr nil t
WlkKIl J UVllllll) A' J.C iUttA Mil X UIU -
All these cars are in good
Tunning order nnd can be bought at a
bargain. JEWELL HAWTHORNE
MOTOR CO., 544 West Main Street.
Phone 1205, Lexington, Ky. 29-tf
Taxi! Turpin & Son Phone 491.
PRINTING bus always been our
Juiciness that's why wo know how.
A pleasant evening awiilits Miss Ad
elaide Gay at the Tabb Theatre on
Wedncsday evening, where she will
be admitted free by presenting this
' CEMETERY MEMORIALS of the
highest class workmanship and ma
terial are manufactured nnd set in
cemetery by the Lexington Granite
Co., 771 West Main street, Lexington,
Ky. Address Stanley Brown, Mt.
Sterling, Ky., nulesmnn for Eastern
NOTICE TO HOUSEKEEPERS
Cull us up about your old books, mag
azines, rags, iron, rubber and metals,
mid we will tell you how to convert
ame into cash. Titos. Heinrich & Son,
South Queen Street, Phone 819. 33-tt
WM, ADAMS & SON
Marble and Granite Monuments.
Largo Stock, Prompt Delivery, Motor
Truck Service, 503 Wtsst Main Street.
Lexington, Ky. ' lyr.
Pianos, Player Piimos, Columbia
grafonolus, Aeolian-Vocalion. Rec
ords, Plnycr Rolls, Musical Instru
ments, Sheet Music, Moving, Tuning,
Repairing and Refinmbitig Pianos a
frpeciulty. K. 0. Christian Music Co.,
Phono 392. 205-207 East Muin street,
Save 10 to 30a on Groceries at
We repair anything in metal Try
us when others fail. Best equipped
chop in the South. Phone 171. Lex
ington Engine and Boiler Works.
For Sale Miscellaneous
George Thncker is an excellent
white washer. Call li'mi at 737.
I have a big stock of coffees that
came from the R. D. Barnes stock,
which I am selling at a reduction of
5 nnd 10 cents per pound. HARRY
GET THE BEST The genuine Ky.
spring saddles are made by J. M.
Conroy. Efficient and speedy serv
ice in saddle repair work. Material
and workmanship guaranteed up to
standard. Established 1884. 70-32-tt
Hoosier Cabinets J. W. Babcr. tf
Dry Cleaning establishment for
ladies uud gents garments. Press
ng, repairing, altering a specialty.!
Ill0Ilc 31fi" w Walsh c's base-
nient. w. a. lionuuranc. l-tr.
II. W. Senieur Buggies, Rubber Tires
WE HAVE about 50 monuments,
Granite and Marble, ranging in price
$H to $1,100 on which we can
give immediate delivery. AH gunran-
teed quality. A postal card will bring
our designs. The Murray & Thomas
Co., Paris, Ivy. tf
FOR ALL THE NEWS, not colored
r niu rtfilifinnl inniinnnn vin1 4lm
Twice-a-Week Advocate and for a'"'ork 1,v ports and guaranteed.
free ticket to the Tabb Theatre on
V,.,l..Wl,.v n.M.t Afr. Mrv TTn.Mnn I
should present this ad at the box of
MR. FARMER Will pay you
l isli iinl tiinwl'tt niinun nf rill tttvina
T'ZJ vil t :Z ST"
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i Cnmn Ti-nn llrl fatnlo T7tilliAv rtfi
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Mt. Sterling Restaurant "Its
handy when you're hungry." Steaks,
Chops, etc., cooked as you like them
and served in a pleasing way. Short
Orders at all hours. Maysville St.
H. W. Senieur Buggies, Rubber Tires
TAXI SIR! At your service. All
cloed cars. City rate. 25c. Acces-
sories. Repairing. Prompt scrvcie.
Hancock's Garage. Office, Phone 710.
Home, 850. tf
Kentucky Spring Seat Saddle
(hand mnde) guaranteed to give
satisfaction. Made right sold
reasonable. Horse Blanket?, Work,
Farm and Buggy Harness. John R.
Salmons, N. Maysville street.
ORDERS ACCEPTED until July
. 4,, rn , .. .. . . .
at $1.50 per year. Alter that date.
$2.00-Bcttor nay up now, and f 1
fumes E. Guv will pre-ent this ad
lit tlm Rntran-flAV Wntnr On. nnv .
time this week it will entitle him to a
credit of S5.00 on II fi .Tire-.
Who am IT I can't build you a
house, but I can sell your house for
you. Who am IT I am the Advo
cate classified ad and you can He-
cure my services for 10c a line.
The whitest white cakes
The lightest light rolle
And the flakiest biscuits
Are made when you use
That good "CupituI Flour"
Buy it Try it.
Hoosier Cahfinets J. W. Baber. tf
ALL MAKES REPAIRED Re
built machines for sale, Distributors
for L. 0. Smith & Bros., and Corona
typewriters, also Walea Adding Mo
chines. Standard Typewriter Ex
change, formerly Stag Typewrir
Company, Lextagtos, Ky.
For Sale Miscellaneous
1 SHOP. ttF.PATT?TTr Afon'w sow.
ed half soles, $2.00; Men's nulled
half soles, $1.50; Women's sewed
half soles, $1.75; Women's nailed
half solo, $1.25. W. M. Riessingcr.
WHEAT FOR SALE Wheat
suitable to feed hogs nnd chickens.
Best of feed for them at half the
price of ordinnry wheat. Phone 022,
W. E. Bean.
JOB PRINTING ORDERS filled
promptly by skilled workmen. A trial
will convince. For a free ticket to
the Tabb Theatre Wednesday nght
Mrs. Joe Brown should present this
ad at the box office.
" GO TO W. M. Ijcis'.-iiigcr's up-to-
date Shoe Repair Shop, where you
get the very best Shoe Repair Serv
ice. , (70-tf)
of toilet goods
A SPLENDID lino
can bo had at W. S. Lloyd's
Go to Coopers' where you can get
the best goods at the least prices.
No. 30 Broadway Street. t-t
Autos and Accessories
Radiators and Fenders repaired.
Dri-cure retreading nnd sectional
f a , o . oo v
,nB C- 110 ,no St- lll0m 2S0'
SOLID TRUCK TIRES Equip
your truck with United States Solid
Truck Tires. All sizes Pneumatic and
Solid Truck Tires carried in stock at
all times. Guaranteed against defects
as long as they stick together, and
guaranteed not to peel or strip off.
Wo'll equip your truck while you
wait. Service Tire Co., 221 E. Main
street, Lexington, Ky.
Truck, Tractor and Auto Radiators
twisted, frozen or smashed Made
like now Prompt service Lexington
Radiator Works, L. B. Daniel & Sons,
503 W. Muin Street, Phono 1005.
FOR A $5.00 REDUCTION on U.
S. Tires J. W. Jones should present
this ad at the Rngan-Gay Motor Co.
any time this week and for all the
local news, while it Ss yet fresh, you
should read the Advocate.
Place your order for a motorcycle
now. Exclusive ugenti Hurley
Davidson and Excelsior Motorcycles.
Motorcycle and Bicycle parts and
and Accessories. Adams & Young,
, . , . , . . , "'
127 t Short Street, Lexington, Ky.
" """" "" " """" "
' "ADIATORS Any make or style
ln,,toV tru':If or tractor twisted,
iKiiuiHnru, sprung or irozen, rcpair-
I ri- Kutimntlku fllmTalinl W..I
first-class. Auto Radiator Special
ists, B. Green, Prop., Phono 1320Y,
223 E. Main St., Lexington, Ky,
AUTOS FOR HIRE
Touring care driven by licensed
chauffeurs. Ragun-Gav Garage. 33tf
Wc carry a complete line of Auto
mobile springs and accessories.
Phone us when in need and we as
sure you prompt service. Dixie
Automobile Co., Inc., II. A. Cobb,
Mgr., 127 E. Short St., Lexington,
Willartl Storage Battery Service
Station. Batteries tested and flllod
free. Make this, your hadiaartrrf
while in Lexington. Fayette Motor
Co., 303 East Main street
THE TABB THEATRE GIVES AWAY
Five Free Tickets Every 'Week
For Sale Miscellaneous
Hauling of all kinds, best of serv
ice. Short or long hauls. Phone 491.
.L'viv oiiii lianos, rinyers, ur-
tnn t r. tv . i
pans, Phonographs All the new
styles and standard makes. Tuning
and repairing. See samples at Crav -
ens xurpurs, corner Jiam anil I
Bank streets, Mt. Sterling. J. II.,
Templeman Piano Co., 137 North
Broadway, Lexington, Ky.
20c Can of corn Special, 15c. Mt.
Sterling Grocery. tf
Save 10 to 30e on Groceries at
MONUMENTS See R. M. Jackson
before placing your order for monu
ments. Satisfaction guaranteed.
THE ADVOCATE'S CIRCULA-
TIONis crowincr ranidlv there must!
a reas0Il? lf yu aro not one
oi its reailt'rs "otter subscribe-now,
and for a free ticket to the Tabb
Theatre Wednesday night Mrs. A. II. '
Judy should present this ad at the
II. W. Senieur Buggies, Rubber Tires
FRESH Line all kind- of gaiJen
seeds. W. S. Lloyd. '
WANTED To make milk en
gagement. Morning delivery. Mrs.
Clayton Hovell. (74-2t)
WANTED TO BUY Calves and
country hums. See. Ed. T. Hon. tf
WANTED Everybody to know
that I sell the famous John Dccro
Wagons and Post Buggies. Also car
ry a complete lino of saddles and
harness. J. R. LYONS.
COUNTRY FOLKS, Take Notice!
Leave your coal oil cans to bo filled
at Harrison Kiinbrcll's on East Main
street. Call for them and get your
ice at the same time.
CALL 251 Day or Night for Taxi.
For the best transfer service, Call
FOR SALE. Farms, any sire, city
nnd suburban property, at bargains.
General Insurance, automobilo, ac
cident nnd health, lifo, fire, surety
bonds. Call on T. Foster Rogers,
Real Estate and Insurance.
FOR REAL ESTATE See Crav
ens & Turpin. Wo hnvo several good
farms nnd suburban homos. Also a
long list of city properties. Give us
a call. Southwest corner Main and
Bank streets. Cravens & Turpin,
Phone us your wants. 491.
MONEY TO' LOAN on farms, 5, 10
and 20 years, 5 1-2 und 0 per cent,
in sums from $2,000 to $100,000.
Seo McKce, 33 South Bunk street.
City-Country Auto Service Phone
Glad to assist you in locating a
home or farm. If you want to locate
in or near Lexington, consult us,
Davis & Wilkirson, Lexington, Ky,
By presenting this ad at tho Ra
gan-Gay Motor Co. any time this
week P. I). Bryati will be given a
credit of $5.00 on U. S. Tires, and for
the local newspaper that is First in
News, Firut in Circulation, First ia
Advertwiaic, you knew It is Tke Ad
FOR RENT, Thrve or four fur
nishcil rooms. Apply to phono No,
Contracting Building Material
A. E. LAWKENCE Our work
speaks for irself. We give all om
jobs most careful and painstaking
care. Phono or call. We give both
new work nnd repair work our spec
Hoosier Cabinets .7. W. Baber. tf
TIMMINS MACHINE SHOP, 328
Vn V Vinn Rl T.nxi'iiirfnn Kv Wi
"" " " " -" -, --j. -
,, n onmi ,.: ., A
con repa;r any kind of mtlcuinery.
n...nnfnivn WnMInn- nur ,noninl-
t 0ive ug a trjnj
Experience has made my business
a success. Auctioneer John W. Bain
corner 15G W. Short St., Lexing
ton, Ky., phone 874. I do not prac
tice on your property at your ex
pense. I get you more money than
von expect. 31-iyr
Save 10 to 30c on Groceries at
Pieper's. ' tf
FOR PRINTING of the bettor kind
jro to tbo Advocate and for a free
finl-nt to tlm Tabb Theatre Miss Snl-
J l.v Clay should present this ad at the
hox ot'tiee Wednesday night.
Hoosier Cabinets J. W. Baber. tf
Plumbing Jobs Large nnd small.
We're equipped to do 'em all. Service
do the rest. E. F. Gray.
Turpin & Son Auto Accessories.
Main nnd Bnnk Sts., Phone 491
I make a specialty of the best city
and suburban homes arount
f.n. nlcn linrwlln nrnnnrlv in nrlln-l
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rUUL UUUUUC3. M. HI. 4. MWJOii, a-
West Short St.. Lexington. Ky
W. C. T. U. MEETING
The W. C. T. U. will meet tomor
row (Wednesday) afternoon at 3
o'clock at the homo of Mrs. E. Y.
Nelson on Clay steret. Mrs. C, K.
Oldham, who has just returned from
London, England, where she attend
ed the World's W. C. T. U. conven
tion, will preside and will give a re
port of the convention.
Maybeyou nlso have noticed that
fishing parties are not so many since
bait went up to $20 a quart.
Our observation is that thero are
lots of women who think less about
their sphere than of their shape.
MEN'S M0NIT0 HOSE .29 PR
Change of Ownership SALE
Artist Material t A6k For Color Cards
C. D. CUNNINGHAM
Retail Dealer iu
Window Glass, Paints, Oils, Varnishes
Agent Lowe Bros. H. S. Paints, Stains and Varnish
Contracting House Painter and Decorator
Call In When In City
351 West Short St. Phone No. 70
Season tickets for the Chnutn
can b0 had at Chennult &
until Thursday noon. JSo season
tickets will bo sold at tbo Chnutau
ipia grounds this year. If you buy
now you pay only $3.03 (including
war tax); children's hnlf ticket,
$1.05 including War tax). If j'ou
do not buy before Thursday noon,,
you will have to pay single admis
sion'!, which- for an adult will total
$9.00. If yoji expect to attend tho
Chautauqua this year buy tickets
now. The opening number will be
at 3 p. ::. Thuv-oiy.
Boggs Named State
The Stato Highway Commission
yesterday elected Jo S. Boggs high
way engineer. lie hnd been hlich-'"I
way commissioner, the functions of
which office aro taken over by tho
commission. II. Green Garrett, of
Winchester, was chosen chnirman
and Ben Weillc, of Pnducnlit sccre
farj' of the commission. Mr. Boggs
is from Richmond, and succeeded
Rodman Wiley as commissioner last
yeur, after eight years' service
a highway engineer.
MISSIONARY SOCIETY MEETS
The Women's Missionary Society
of the Presbyterinn church met
Thursday afternoon with Miss Bcllo
Crockett nt her home on West Main
street. Mrs. Lela A. Gillaspie was
i nn-Vl 4t-t 4J,JI. J, VltMltJf IV) Tint?
e best city lender for the meeting nnd interest
id Lexing- n pnpers on lhc su,ject of "Medi-
. .. . . .
Pi" .Missionaries in Alaska" were
i """d .v Mrs. -Georgia Nelson, Mrs.
j Silas Stofer and Mrs. John Stofer.
At the dose of tho program Miss
Crockett served the members with
' lovely refreshments of sherbet and
B. P. Jeffries celebrated his G7tk
birthday by having a number of his
friends for dinner yesterday at his
home near Sideview. His guests
were: Dunlnp Gay, Lawrence Peod,
Wilmot Prowitt, Dr. Kel)er Johnson,
B. F. Mnrk, James Wilson, Fisher
Mark, George Roberts and Jess
Tho Advocnte, twice a week.
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