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It-should go wjtboBt saying that
no really well-bred prson chews
gsm at least, not within sight of
any other person. One of the most
So many letters cone to me from
yosag, womtn who want various
qselioa? of deportment answered
thai I have decided to Mend the
ezbjeet to this series of grace and t
beatriy tofk. As a matter of fact,
it 2B cooes under tie came head,
ir a pcrsK who is weJIbred is In
almost aH ease jrrscefaL and, if not
xeaHy LeautifuL i at least well
grocnifd. X weH-bred person, man or o
zmxn, ignore the smaM rudimentary
matters of pergonal neatness and
eieaaKness. 3lany of tie fads and
prevailing habits of today which
fashion dictates and conventional
mxaety tolerates are far from being
evidence of breeding. For example,
cigarette nHkiB. I do not mean
to ay that no lady would smoke
cigareUes withot apparent detri
ment. Bat I do contend that anv
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apologetically for fiat ialewtien
al error, at once assume- an aM-
tade eC insolent ."wpenarity &
ceastraes tki which was aa -
i sfofied MiwfcnUrj set eewieey
to be merely awe, igaoruec ai
in one of the most conspicuous
e& sat a man who looked like a
Scholar or a diplomat, and chewed
like a cow in a pasture. Jut a few
eat beyond htm sat a distinguish
ed -looking blond woman with a re
jral relret zown and tiara, whose
jaw were similarly occupied. It is
need!es to say that before the pic
tare wa taken, a director informed
both would be imitation aristocrats
that they conld not look the parts
for which they were made up until
they had discarded the gum.
At this eaon of the year people
are traveling a great deal. It has
been said that one of the surest
te-t'; of the well-bred woman is her
girl who thinks that by cultivating ability to travel as one. Unselfish -the
cigarette habit he emphasizes ness and consideration for clothes
the facj that he v well-bred is de- are ewntials of cood-breedmg. tn-
acsn'inj things I hare witnessed re
cently was the arrangement of a
large theatre audience of eitras"
for the taking of a picture, suppos- "T- " F"9" .ff
ed to represent a fashionable and " &tl " J
dMinroibed gathering. It was xm-interpretation with wHehJ
nch,in so far a immaculate the "Te cte ?T '
clothes elaborate coiffures and M eP rf eir -
hge feather fans could make it but, lc"' ow- Pm"au -
wora nuganty j
one mav use the
Millions for a
Series of July Auction Sales
of Farms and City Property
Memorize the Dates, Then Follow Your Memory
Sead fer ctlege gins? fH deseriptwa f the differeMt JTarats, ts dEcriptive estalee of
farms for mie priraiely. We "tra Vwa a auction -sale pwipeoMog salens it appeals to hs a
Fomethiaf the bwVMC rlc wats. Therefore, we "ALWATS SELL." We sold 1(300 acres in
June for over $26$,9WM. Evety aactioa was a sale aad every purchaser can now sell at a prefit.
NOW, GET THE DATES
SATURBAY, JULY I7TH, II Q'otack, A.
Ilnstonville, Iiscela county.
M., lofi acres, sidivided, the Adams Farm, right at
First Mortgage Gold Bonds !
The Standard Safe 6 Investment Because
-hey are first mortgages on definite
pieces ot choice improved Louisville
"-They yield C net from date of pur
chase. Cner are not subject to market fluctuations.
They are safe Uom labor troables
and economic changes.
Their purchase Is a confidential mat
ter. They are backed by the Consolidated
Realty Company, with assets of
$1,000,000, and a record of 20 years
without a loss to investors.
MATURITIES FROM 1 TO 12 YEARS, IN AMOUNTS OF $100,4 500,-$ 1,000.
Write today tor further Information.
CONSOLIDATED REALTY CO.
231 SOUTH FIFTH TREET. LOUISVILLE. KY
C.C. HUatt. Htnrt M. Johnson.
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Jougcr livnd Dtpartmtnt.
Ose of Use greatest American aillka
aires said to his physician, "A aaiQws
dollar; Doctor, spot cash aad o graa
bliaz, for a sew ttoaaeh," aad tfcea
the tick man groaned aad tamed away.
All his wealth could sot make hka
happy or contented, for happiness large- )
ly depends upon digestion. WitheSt J
health where does happiness eome laf ' V
After all the stomach plays a great , ,
part in everyday life. Without a ,
healthy stomach and good digestion oar
blood is thin, watery and roor, our
heart action is weak, our liver docs not
do its doty, and man is miserable and
unhappy. Prevent disease by putting
the house in order and strengthening:
tb system against the germs of disease.
Dr. Pierce, of the Invalids' Hotel and
Surgical Institnte, at Buffalo, X. Y
years ago understood diseases and their
prevention, and he discovered certain
roots and herbs which were nature's
remedies, and succeeded in putting them
np in a form that could be easily pro
cured at the drug store (liquid or
tablets). This he called Dr. Pierce's
Golden 3fedieal Discovery. This Dis
covery gives no fslse stimulation bo
cause it contains no alcohol or any nar
cotic It helps digestion and tho as
similation of sueh elements in the fca3
as are required for the blood. It gives
to the blood the food elements the tis
sues require. For over fifty years it
has enjoyed the confidence of the
American public Try it nowl
A Life of
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COMES into every home vhen tho '
Buick Valve-In-Head motor cr
Nearly three millions of people today
enjoy the comfort and pleasure of the
five hundred thousand Buick ccjts in .
Each trip, every tour, or spin to town
and back makes each passenger grow
more enthusiastic over Buick operation,
for it is built to fulfill all the needs of
family usage and yet so easily appli2
able to any business acquirement or
That is why you find Buick dealers
booking orders for the summer and fall!
months from motor car purchasers who
know how essential Buick cars are -in -their
and lack o association with cul
tured people in their every-day life,
they would make some effort to ac
quire at least a veneer of gentility.
Once upon a time I spoke very
politely to a vomnn shopper, the
skirt o whose black dress was un
fastened half-way down the back.
LShe was a portly woman and wore
Prieet f. o. b. Flint, Michigan
MUt K-44 . 11595.00 Mod.1 K-17 S2'A1,01
Mod.) K-45 . I1S9LOO Mod. I IC-9 llSrtf.f)
Modal K-48 . 12223.00 Mod. I K-SO . S.ISvS.Cj
I'ritn rtrut-J Aril I, '10 '
y Tl,0 Quiet MoJel K-SU-45 XX
When better automobiles are built, Buick will build them
Mt. Sterling Garage
MONDAY, JULY ISTH, l:3.0'cteck, P. M., residence andHsiaess property and garage in
Danville, on 3iaia and 2nd Streets, the property of R. M. Arnold.
TUESDAY, JULY 20TH, II 0'cteck, A. M., the Kptendid fara of 186. acres of.irampton Sis
ter?, that good Garrard county land, on Fisfeer's Ford pike, 2 miles from, Lexington and Danville
pike, 8 miles from Danville.
WEDNESDAY, JULY 2IST, IS 0'eiGCi:, A. M., the Will Matheny farm of 300 acres in Lincoln
county, on Otlcnheim pike, 5 males from Stanford. "Will be subdivided.
THURSDAY, JULY 22ND, 10 0'cteck, A, M., 2 farms for Torcstus Reid, Lincoln county, 2
miles from Stanford on IIutoHville pike. A farm of 300 acres and a farm of 240 acres'. .Both
farms will be subdivided and sold in tracts to suit the purchasers.
FRIDAY, JULY 23RD, 10 O'clock, A. H., 145 acres'for J. M. McGraw, in Lincoln county, on
Short pike, 1-8 mile from Danville and Ilnstonville pike, 6 miles from DanviMe, 6 miles from
Stanford. ' '
On any of these farmi yon can get just the number of acres yon -want. It -ill be a pleasure
to show von over these different farms. Somebody will buy a bargain. Why, not. yu,-
It will be -a pleasure to send you a catalogue giving full description of the farms and also
description of lands in several counties for sale privately.
We will ako have sales on other dates than set out above.
Be sure to get in touch with real estate headquarters, we will make you money.
For further particulars send for catalogue, see the owner of the farms, or W. E. Moss or R.
II Dcver at my Danville offices, or George Swine broad or W. A. Dickerson at my Lancaster offices.
The Real Estate Man . LANCASTER, KY.
tion of good breeding and everj'
young girl who has ever read any
book on etiquette knows that it as
never good form for a woman to be
seen talking on the street corner;
and no man who has the instincts of
a gentleman will ever cause a wo
man to, remain standing while they
converse. If 'he does not happen to
white petticoat. I fancied sho u going in her direction, he should
would be grateful to me for telling
her of that which it was evident she
was totally unaware. I would have
hooked the skirt for her, had she bo
desired. To my amusement she
turned and glowered upon me as if
I had accused her of fehop-Hfting.
Then, without a word, she tossed
her head with what I have no doubt
sho considered tho quintescence of
good-breeding, and hopped onward,
conveying more the effect of a gi
gantic cotton-tail rabbit than the re
gal supercilliousness at which she
It is decidedly not well-bred to
keep in long lino of people waiting
whilo one asks questions and
searches for change in front of a
ticket window, when boarding a
street car or at any other time and
place where numerous other people
In some districts St seems to be a
popular habit of many people to
walk three or four abreast.
Young girls, some of whom have
written to mo recently, aro partic
ularly fond o monopolizing tho
fiidewnlk in thta manner. It is dis
tinctly Jiot good form and no person
who wishes to he considered well
bred will over bo guilty of such pub
A younger person should nlwny?
give precedence to nn older one.
This is ono of those little things,
T.hich, as I said before, hi very apt
to bo misinterpreted but one cannot
afford to neglect one's own cour
tesy just, becauKe some other person
chaneee to he boorish or ignorant.
To be seen eetmK eaady and pea
Bqybj en', the street is set aa iiwliea-
ness on the part of those whose un
couthness and ignorance is on a
par with that of my jack-rabbit
lady, ilany men declare that tho
reason why they stopped offering
their seats in the car to women who
were standing is because tho cour
tesy was so little appreciated.
turn and accompany her a snort
distance until their conversation is '
In crowded cars courtesy is be
coming more and more at a prem
ium, largely for the reasons, I have
already mentioned. In far too many
instances it is not only with rude-
Highest Market Price Paid
Poultry and Produce
W. Locuat Street m Mt. Sterling, Ky
Phones: Office 474; Residence 133
Washing) Machines, Irons, Fans,
Sweepers, Toasters, Lamps,
Sewinf Machines, Etc.
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