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To Feel Batter"
Did you ever notice, how much
younger a girl looks at 2G than sho
docs at 10 T Of course this is not
true in nil cases hut if you will look
carefully and ohscrvo the young
flapper- going' to and from school,
you will often -ee Mowing veils, cur
ings, exaggerated style and pnint
and powder to the extreme.
Now don't get angry girls, for
really you know this i-, so. I, know
too. I was sixteen myself, once.
The reason for this is a tcmlcnny
to emulate- the older women and
girls, to grow up too quickly and hy
bo doing the young suh deh looses
of her charm the greatest charm
there is, the charm of youth. She
adds years to her nge.nnd uncon-Kion-ly
does the very thing every
woman tries to avoid, sho makes
Ten years Inter she has more
hense. She renlizes flint the flowing
veil, the French heels and tho paint,
whisper of maturity and she dis
cards them for tho ingenus dress
and hats that would fit littlo sister.
Look around at tho thousands of
girls who work in the city every day.
Most of these stenographers, typists,
clerks and shop girls are nearer 3o
than they nre 16 and if you will ob
Bcrve you will notice that tho ma
jority wear flat heels, norfolk or
tailored suits with severe sailor hats
or close fitting turhans. They have
to keep their precious youth, not
throw it away like tho young school
Xow don't think I'm a crank or
want to keep you from having pret
ty clothes or up-to-date models ",
I don't, but I simply want you to look
your very best) in Hid clothes that
are mosf becoming.
I have received many letters re
nneting information relative to
7 . iM
clothes a young girl from 15 to 18
should wear, I am gding to try and
tell you what I consider best, but
personnl figure, height, etc., must bo
brought into consideration. The red
haired girl should not wear tho pink
gingham (although many do) nor
should the stout, chubby girl wear a
sailor suit with a conspicious waist
Sailor suits aro Fomething that
all girls in their teens should' have
in their wardrobe. I'm glad I have
thought to tell you this. Nothing is
more becoming or youthful. Didn't
you ever notice how the motion pic
ture actress will straggle to wear
one, every chance sho gets? She
knows its seerct, also that of tho
Yes, sailor suits and middy
blouses aro all right in their place,
hut, girls, DON'T wear them in the
evening or in a big city on tho
-treets. They, do not belong there.
Pongee i all the rage, this sum
mer, and nothing is better or more
durable than this silky material. The
girl that has a pongee suit or one
piece dress, may be sure that she
has something appropriate for all
occasions. Tt washes well and is
The ginghnm dress has just made
its way into society; so hns the
sweater. You see gingham's every
way you turn. Afternoon or even
ing, r'jith Avenue or Conncrsville,
Tnd. The sweater is worn in the
evening at restaurants and cafes,
(silk ones, of cour-e). You may be
sure that you are well dressed if you
have a silk sweater and silk sport
skirt, but it isn't necessary to buy
the most expensive materials and
make your silk outfit come to the
price of last spring's suit.
Tho silk may bo bought ry the
spool and the cloth by the yard, and
as fashions decrees the. most simple
styles,' you will not have a difficult
time in mnkinW vniirclf n cfvKdil
CAmhinnfinn f!uif olinnlA. rl.-ol !.
iiiupuis ot tno expensive shops.
Lnsf, but not least, girls, don'f
Had TerHble Nmvms ChiMs ami
Could Hardly DffMt a Thhta
Before Takimj Tanlac
"I just couldn't ask to col belter
thn,n I do now since I've taken Tan
lac," Miss Oma Yates, a popular
forewoman for tho Martin Broom
factory, living at 42G East Jacob
street,, Louisville, Ky.
"I just hato to think of the nwful
condition I was in only a few weeks
ago with' my stomach badly out ot
order and my nerves almost com
pletely broken down, I had n poor
appetite and even tho light food I
did eat disagreed with me and caus
ed mo awful suffering afterwards. I
often had tcrriblo nervous chills
and my sleep was broken and rest
less. Every morning I felt so w'cak
and worn out I hnrdly had strength
enough to go to my work.
"My uncle had been taking Tan
lac and was so well pleased with it
he advised mc to try it. I have tak
en only three bottles but I have im
proved so wonderfully that I am al
ready feeling like a different person
altogether. My appetite is just fine
and I am eating anything and every
thing I please without suffering af
terwards at all. My nerves arc as
steady and calm as can bo nnd I
have not had a nervous chill since
I first started taking Tanlac. I have
a splendid color nnd i am enjoying
perfect rest and sleep every night.
My work is now a real pleasure be
cause I am feeling strong nnd heal
thy and full of life nnd energy."
Tanlac is sold in Mt. Sterling hy
Land & Priest.
Forget Your Troubles and Have a Good Time
Montgomery County Fair
4 Big Days
Excellent Music, Exciting Races, Entertaining
Exhibits and the Biggest and Best Cattle Show
in the State.
Ziedman Pollie Famous Exposition Shows
and Four Rides.
Wheh&Vohah is Nervous-Worried
Most women neglect their health,
'and for this they pay the penalty.
Any woman will find that neglect
does not pay. A littlo more atten
tion to health would brighten up her
life. If she asks her neighbors she
finds that Dr. Pierce's Favorite Pre
6cription benefits a woman's whole
Bystem. It not only acts upon the
troubles and weaknesses peculiar
to women, but is an all-round tonic
that braces the entire body, over
coming nervousness, sleeplessness,
headaches, dizziness and a run
All druggists. Liquid or tablet form.
Bend lOc.to Dr. Pierce's Invalids' Hotel
in Buffalo, N. Y., for trial package.
Athens. Tknm. "I have been
ailing with feminine troubles for 25
.. . a M M .1
thought 1 would
never be well. I
had five differ
ent doctors, and
was confined to
my bed at times.
A friend told me
to try a bottle of
scription, and I
got a bottle and
took it. and felt
bo much better that I have nevor been
without it since." M it a. Bkokey
Cain. R. B. D. 4
forcct the enrings nnd the veils.
Honestly, you do not need them.
What earthly reason could a pret
ty girl, right in the bloom of youth,
have for covering her face with all
thee freakish and out Jnndish flow
ne; silks the retnilers aro selling for
veils? The horrible scrolls make
her face seem scared. Even a plain
veil is unneccssnrv.
Yon'ro young, YOUNG, think of
thnt. life 'ahead of you. Throw your
head back nnd face tho world
Mr. J. A. White Says "If You Have
An Automobile, Keep Rat-Snap."
"If I know about RAT-SNAP last
winter, would have saved $120. My
car was in tho garage for a few
weeks during bad weather; when I
went to take it out, found that rats
had eaten great holes in two new
tiros. Got them later With RAT
SNAP." Three sizes, 25c, 50c, $1.
Sold and guaranteed by Chennult &
MADE A NEW RECORD
Ono of tho really gratifying inci
dents of the French President's fall
ing out the window of his Pullman
car is that he is ono of tho few men
who ever got off a train without
having to hand tho porter a quar
ter. Lexington Ilernld.
Tho Advocate for printing.
Semi-Annual Statement of tho Condition of tho
EXCHANGE BANK OF KENTUCKY
at tho Close of Business Juno 30, 1D20.
Loans and Discounts .... $ 464,290 98
L' S. Bonds 70,780 So
War Savings Stamps . . . . 8340a
Furniture aud fixtures . . . 1,500 00
Hanking House ... ... 6,500 00
Overdrafts 1,966 91
Cash on Hand 15,600 7J
Due from Banks 128,76943
Total $690,242 85
Capital Stock $ 50,ooo 00
Undivided Profits . , . . . ,5(l20 40
Due to Bank Nothing
Individual Deposits .... 590,12243
Total. . $690,242 85
Five per cent. Dividend
B. FRANK PERRY, Cashlar.
THE SUCCESS FAMILY
The father of Success is Work.
The mother of Success is Ambi
tion. The oldest son is Common Sense.
Some of tho other boys are Per-
SP.VPrOnrf. TTnnpsfv TJin.'rtno'Tinnea
kFpresight, Enthusiasm and Co-opcr-
The -oldest daughter is Character.
Some of her sisters are Cheerfnl
ness, Loyalty, Courtesy, Care, Econ
omy, Sincerity nnd Harmony,
The bnby is Opportunity.
Get acquainted with the "old man"
and you will bo able to get along
pretty well with the rest of the
Wednesday July 21 "
Secure a Catalogue and Buy Your Season 'Tickets and
Make the Fair the Most Enjoyable One Ever Held in Mt.
Sterling. "The City Of Happiness And Prosperity"
Attractive Floral Hall
Big Tobacco Show
Come Yourself ! Bring the Cfiildren ! Meet Old Friends
The Montgomery County fair
Where You Meet Everybody
C. G. Thompson, Pros. W. Hoffman Wood, Sec.
A young man in Wyoming drove
two miles alono before ho discovered
that his sweetheart had fallen out
of the buggy. Love-making in that
htate must lack some of tho ardor
that characterizes it around here.
A woman gets suspicious when a
man shaves off his moustache white
she is away on a visit.
A woman often finds herself well
fixed financially after having foiled
Wiw,im' 'ut iMfl"iaiiiil,i,lti.'.''!tiim,luyBrt,?0Mr
Prescriptions accurately and
scientifically compounded at
$1.25 Gude's Pepto-Man, QQ
gan. Reduced Price .... WC
$1.50 Gray's Glycerine Tonic
Comp. (Ji io
Reduced Price .... tpll
65c Glover's Mange Cure AQ
Reduced Price HtUC
35c Gets-It Corn Cure. OQ.
Reduced Price , iuC
30c Grove's Laxative Bromo
Reduced Price LrxC
$1.25 Glyco Thymollne QQ
Reduced Price OuC
60c Glyco Thymollne AAf
Reduced Price , 11C
30c Glyco Thymollne 9Q
Reduced Price CtOC
25c Harper's Headache )1,,
Remedy. Reduced Price. CtLC
50c Harper's Headache AAt
Remedy. Reduced Price. 11C
35c Haarlem Oil Cap (Gold
Medal Brand) on
Reduced Price LtVC
75c Haarlem Oil Cap (Gold
Medal Brand) CQ
Reduced Price "OC
$1.50 Haarlem Oil Cap (Gold
Medal Brand) ( ni
Reduced Price .... H.'l
CO-OPERATIVE DRUG CO.,
Cor. Main & Limestone Sts.,
Jhrec ponies, one aged, a 2-year-old
and a yearling. The aged on0 is
a family pony. The 2-ycar-old is
broke. They aro both spotted and
well bred. S. P. Greenwadc. 74-2t
Tho automobile industry is doing
much for lnbor. It gSvcs direct em
ployment to about two million peo
ple, besides doing considerable in
the way of lessening the number of
people wnnting jobs.
la Her Mother's Hose, Says Tkil
Georgia Lady, Regarding Black
Draaght. Relief From Head
ache, Malaria, Chills, Etc
IUnggold, Ga. Mrs. Cbas. Gaston,
of this place, writes: "I am a user
ot Thedrord'B Bla!k-DraUght; in fact,
It was one ot our family medlclnea.
Also .in my mother's home, when I
was a child. Whoa any ot ua child
ren complained of headache, usually
caused by constipation, she gave us
a dose ot Black-Draught, which would
rectify tho trouble. Often In the
Spring, wo would have malaria and
chills, or troubles of this kind, w
would take Black-Draught pretty reg
ular until the liver acted well, and
wo would soon be up and around
again. Wo would not be without It,
for It certainly has saved us lots of
doctor bills. Just a doae of Black
Draught when not bo well saves a
lot of days In bed."
Tbedtord'B Black-Draught has been
In use for many years In the treat
ment of stomach, liver and bowel
troubles, and tho popularity which It
now enjoys is proof of its merit
It your llvor Is not doing 1U duty,
you will .suffer from such disagree
able symptoms as headache, bilious
ness, constipation. Indigestion, eta.,
and unless something is done, serious
trouble may result.
Thedford'a Black-Draught has bees
found a, valuable remedy for these
troubles. It is purely vegetable, and
acts In a prompt and natural way,
regulating the liver to Its proper
functions aad oleanslng the bowels ot
tajMirltlM. Try it- laelst on Taed?
tori's, tat r!tnal aad gsaulas, t
Real Motor Joy
Racine Tirfes make you sure of your rides
Real motor joy is only possible when
you have perfect faith in your tires.
ExtraTested for Extra Miles
Racine Multi-Mile Cord and Country
Road Fabric Tires are Extra Tested to
give greater service on all roads. Racine
Absorbing Shock Strip, the industry's
supreme mileage achievement, welds
tread and carcass perfectly. You will
find real motor joy in Racine Tires. Be
sure each tire you buy bears the name
RACINE RUBBER COMPANY, Racine, Wia.
Mt. Sterling Garage
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