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"When Better Automobiles Are Built BUICK Will Build Them MT. STERLING OARAGE the: home of the buick MAIN STREET PHONE 318 NOTICE Effective August 1, 1919, Our terms are not cash, but all ac- tho following charges will be made countg are due the flrst of each month for storage: By the month $5.00 or every thlrty days' If these term8 Single day 50 don't suit you, please don't buy our Single night 50 goods. 'ffiFr ;r'nBl ft 4 FAKERS WHO POSE AS HOUSEHOLDERS Furs, diamonds, phonographs and many other articles, gays a bulletin from the Associated Advertising Clubs of the World, arc being sold, by mail or from private houses, by dealers in such articles who pose as private householders forced to dis pose of the goods. "In almost every instance," enys the bulletin from the Association, "gross misrepresentations are mado I as to tho value of the articles offer . ed. It is the custom of such adver tisers in the phonograph line, for ex ample, to say that tho phonograph is 'the .$250 size' or is 'like tho re gular $200 instrument.' " "In one recent case," tho bulletin continues, "a fur dealer in Buffalo was offering furs in an advertise ment signed by his wife, in which lie said ho would sell for $35, fur.? New Perfection Oil Cook Stoves -j The Very Best Made Three and four burner. Over two hundred satis fied users in Montgom ery county. Keep your kitchen as cool as any room in the house by using one of these stoves. Call and look them over. Prices reasonable. Prewitt & Howell "Everything in Hardware" INSURANCE BEN R. TURNER Hmhm 158 ML Stwfoj, Kj, City HM FIRE, TORNADO, HAIL, PLATE GLASS All kinds ol Bonds Made worth $85. The statement of value was untrue. They might have been worth $35, Lut were not worth $85." Tho bulletin says tho advertising association, wliich exists for the purpose of making all advertising absolutely truthful, has usually on ly needed to call tho attention of newspapers -to tho fraudulent char acter of such advertisements to get them to decline to sell advertising space to such people. In the mean time, tho bulletin suggests', tho pub lic should beware and should ascer tain whether tho seller is in fact a worthy householder or is a 'mer chant. "ThO best "way to supply our needs is through tliQ usual sources through the stpres of tho communi ty," tho bulletin adds.' "The local storekeeper stands behind tho goods ho sells, and if anything should go wrong, ho is right on tho job to make good." Mmvimi' DttnbCTi r ' rowrmrrH ctnitft, ran 'First District. Cmtl: Bulk!, flfeMwell, CaUAnfo Cjrjktaj CrHt 4m, Fulton, Grave, IfickmMi, Liv ingston, Lyon, McCraeken, Marshall, and Trigg (13 counties). Popiilatkm (1010), 213,701. Second District Counties: Chris tian, Daviess, Hancock, Henderson, Hopkins, McLcnn, Union and Web ster (8 counties). Population (1910) 200,121. Third District Counties: Alien, Barren, Butler, Edmonson, Logan, Metcalfe, Mulhcnburg, tiimpson, Todd, and Wnrron (10 counties). Population (1010), 180,004. Fourth District Counties: Breck inridge, Bullitt, Grayson, Green, Har din, Hart, Lame, Marion, Meade, Nel son, Ohio, Taylor and Washington (13 counties.) Population (1010), 210,400. . . Fifth District County: Jefferson. Population (1010), 202,020. Sixth District Counties i Boone, Campbell, Carroll, Gnllntin, Gran, Kenton, Pendleton and Triable (S counties.) Population (1010), 181, 020. Seventh District Counties: Bour bon, Clark. EatiHi FnyettcFrnnklin. Henry, Lee,- O'dhnra, Owen, Powell, Scott, and Woodford (12 counties)? Population (1,010), 107,110. Eighth District Counties: Adair, Anderson, Boyle, Casey, Garrard, JcssnmincLincolnj Madison, Mercer, Shelby, and Spencer (11 counties.) Population (1010), 105,822. Ninth District Counties: Bath, Boyd, Bracken, Breathitt, Carter, Elliott, Fleming, Greenup, Harrison, Lawrence, Lewis, Mason, Menifeo, Montgomery, Morgan, Nicholas, Rob ertson, Rowan and Wolfe (19 coun ties). Popula'tion (1910), 273,343. Tenth District Counties: Floyd, Jackson, Johnson,, Knott, Letcher, Magoffin, Martin, Owsley, Perry and Pike (10 counties). Population (1010), 140,111. Eleventh District Counties : Bell, Clay, Clinton, Cumberland, nnrlnn, Knox, Laurel, Xeslie, McCreary, Monroe, puaski, Rockcastle, Russell, t , u i t areow wv tWHWWflf?P'X t rn T0IACC0 QIOWEIt ATTENTION I We have a nice line Hnd-mdt TOBACCO SPEARS Hand-made i TOBACCO KNIVES Also PARIS GREEN BLOWERS t SEE )VINDOW Chenault & Orear $ i X'X'Kt'0'K,,'',tH,4,t'4X't,,,t',,00''t4'4 It is true that many lonhs, money and cups of sugar, are. forgotten or unpaid. Our Uncle Samuel, how ever., cives. us. a bond, for.our-.littlo. loans "lest wo forget" ho even pays interest on it to .make it interesting. Wo used to borrow from our Uncle; now our Uncle is borrowing from us." Bolton Hall, Author of "Thrift." SPECIAL NOTICE Tho following statement relative to tho ownership of the Advocate should have been made April 1st, but from some reason same was not mado at that time, and at tho re quest of the Government is made now as of April 1st. Sinco this statement was ordered made to the government there has been n change in thq 6wnership- of this paper. The April 1st statement follows: Commissioner's Sale MONTGOMERY CIRCUIT COURT Rufus Hadden, etc Plaintiffs Vs. Notice of Sale in Equity. H. Bs Turner, etc ....Defendants or By virtue of a judgment and order of salo of tho Montgomery Circuit Court, rendered at the Majr Term, 1910, thereof, in tho above cause, the undersigned will, on tho 18th Day of August, 1919 at one o'clock, P. M., or thereabout, (being Court Day), -proceed to offer for sale, at Public Auction, to tho highest bidder, on a credit of six months, at the Court House door in Mt. Sterling, Ky., the property men tioned in tho judgment, to -wit: Situated in Montgomery county, Kentucky, on tho Mt. Sterling and Levee turnpike and bounded by be ginning at a point in said pikej thence S. 207.35 feet fronting on said pike; thence westwardly 020.87 ...i.,. unr, v.aan pnmmonlv cifeet: thenco in a northwardly direc- Wiin v nuo uv... w A . . ., ,, Offers to his patrons Will W ? venco eastwarmy for both the good and poor ona :..; m i ,"'" TZ teneral admission price. As,jthreo ,3) acfC3ofland. r .... i- -i -.,. i.--. .... . - Wayne, nnd Whitley (15 counties.) th exhibitor Will nave to uiub i J-ho purchaser will bo required to Population (1010), 250,248. fd to prove the justness of this njstfve bond, with approved security, : '' ts for instance if a certain tnea iy luo puiium NO MORE RATS "'. nfl :ts t5tle aDT3eals to yoriT1100, have the force and effect or mice, after vou use RAT-SNAP. '""'. , C ' a i0L a "epievirr liona, oeanng legal It's sure rodent killer. Try a PkgJ e in it, ---- -- etion ana one uai. wu v- d show played this same theatr the one coming will charge the "Why I Put Up With Rats for Years", Writes N. Windsor, Farmer. "Years ago I bought some rat poison, which nearly lulled our fine watch dog. It so scared us that wo suffered a long time with rats until my neighbors told mo about RAT SNAP. That's tho sure rat killer nnd a safe one." Three sizes, 25c, 50c, $1.00. Bold nnd guaranteed by Chennult & Oreai m ADVERTISING BUILDS Advertising builds sales. Backed by good store service, it wins per manent customers. It pays best on ly when customers como time nnd again. Merchants know this, and they know that their advertisements must bo truthful before they can win permanent trado. Firm Horae-growji Tomatoes ht and prove it. Rats killed with RAT SNAP leave no smell. Cats or dogs w.on't touqh it. Guaranteed. 25c. size (I cake) enough for Pantry, Kitchen or Cellar. 50C. Size (2 cakes) for Chicken House, coops, or small buildings. $1.00 Size (5 cakes) enough for all farm and out-buildings, storage! buildings, or factory buildings. Sold and Guaranteed' by Chenault & Orear m The cross roads oracle says : GiVe the hogs rt bite of green iood. npw'd you like to cat three times a day an' not have nny vegetables on the table? . nc- interest from tho day of sale, cording to law. Bidders will be prepared to com ply with these terms. A lien will bo' . j.-.i.-i. ii t,n irctained on the. land sold till all tho vs on a oasis oi wimi wijr v . mmifiv . , bove mentioned date the motion' Bond M t undersigned. . W. E. JONES, Day for each individual nictuMtcr Commissioner M. C. C. Is to continue in business but wh . . ler merchants in commercial Iine Never did poesy appear so full at ' , . , 4.v, wiaivlinnfq rlo "lieavcn to me as wncn i saw now it as his brother merchants do. ia throuRh prf(e cost of our every day Hie soanniives of tne coarsest men. LowciL e than formerly for your admis is. absolutely necessary if it is tq Buy Gasoline BooKs p Tabb was under the former! hauan-uay MOTOR CO., . . )d Save The Difference FBOH CHERRY-BLOSSOM LAND The Japanese Give Good Example It 13 a pro verb of Cherry Blossom Land that beauty of faco and fig ure depend on womanly health. What is it that makes our American wo men often palo, oallow-foccd, with dark cir cles under the eyes, and very often old at forty-five when they should bo in their prune? Women suf fer in girlhood from bnnk. ache, spine-ache and headaches, followed atiimfi 20c for most of the goq. 444"&4Mh. by irregularitiea nnd as a result diseases than any ono but a physician in activo of the womanly onmns are more common practice could suppose. After long experience in tho treatment of women's diseases. Dr. Pierce evolved a Tceetablo tonic and corrective wluch ho canea ur. rterro s uvonto rresenption. Thfa is a purely vegctablo preparation, without a particlo of alcohol contained init, When a woman complains of backache, dizaincssror pajn wlien everything looks black before her eyes a dragging feeling, or bearing-down, with nervousness, she should turn to this "temperauco" herbal tonic. It can bo obtained in almost every drugstore in tho land and tho tngredieaU are printed in plain English on the wrapper. Put up in tablets or liquid. Dr. Pwrce. of Invalids Hotel, Buffalo, M v will ,.. ,1 . ,-;., i -:, r .i ' ttl PARTICULAR WORK for PARTICULAR PEOPLE" Dainty Garments such aa . Waists, Evening Gowns, Dress es, etc., cleaned by the most tt, modern and sanitary methods. APPLE GATE Parcel Post paid one way. GRAVES CO. Inc. CLEANERS and DYERS LEXINGTON. - KY. d:&hh8hmjij -. u TO TH E 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. E122:OKC-A-IsrGS-E : B-AJSHKl OB1 ': H. It. PREWITT Pr... 's , PRANK PERRY, Cukl.r X r f "( m ft n - ,'! I ?'!,. "" """! " "" " 1.5. i'l&Cffi ? v" wn.ccuts. I 7 Jri iii JCT VaiiardU'B.