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yiIJK. "Mi r. r hnitoMr! vruiS5i !! h Wf'i lfc u out mm Am it a fwr.W? MKM A&OUT PlVf YARDS!! 1ST II - ( . .rrc OU,ff T iutf I II Wt'$ QHJV QHt WHO J T .KmaMi mw. mi ' w !,., , P-1W7 "?..' Glil I na JeL. L WIzziJEB-nr : v ,. M k i -1 T ll." i lu V- 'J residence: for sale, Just completed, modern in every particular. Has seven rooms and is of bungalow design. Has nice bath and is equipped with gas for both lighting and heating. Is sit uated on Locust slrdet between Sycamore street and Richmond avenue. Can be bought worth the money MRS. J. M. HUTSELL Phone 28 or see J. B. Parsons flnVAMTAnc TPI rnnfl icbcrnunmu Ul "Did you have words with your cookWhen you discharged her?" "Oh, no," said Mr. dipping. "I was too quick for her." "How so?" "I 'rang ofF before she had a chance to tell me what she thought of me, the members of my family, my home, my income and my posi tion in society." Birmingham Age Ilerald. BRITISH WOMEN IN AUSTRALIA. Members of the British Women's mission, appointed by the British government to inquire into the pros pects of settlingformer woman war j vcrncrs Hi mu commonwealth, must have been amused at the attitude of some state ministers in Victoria and Queensland. In both states the dif ficulties of pioneering work were pointed out as almost insuperable obstacles but the women's mission, with tho knowledge of what had been accomplished in Britain and France, have not been discouraged, and as a result of their work num bers of British women will probably come to the commonwealth within tho next year or two. Meanwhile some Australian politicians have ob tained a new angle on women's pos sibilities. Keep hustling. Misfortune seldom overtakes a man until the man stops loaf. Rheumatism Relief --25c. Naturo's Remedy HR Tablets), Aro Helping Thousands Who Tried Ex- pensivo Things Without Result. It's Guaranteed. There aro three vital processes of human existence. tho digestion of food, tho extraction of nourishment from It and the elimination of waste. Poor digestion and assimilation means failure to derive full nodrlsh ment from food and that In turn often means Impoverished blood, weakness, anemia, etc. Poor elimination means an accumulation of wasto matter which poisons the body, lowers vitality, decreases tho power of resistance to disease and leads to tho development of many serious Ills. Rheumatism, due to somo Inter ference with the process of elimina tion, failure to get rid of certain body poisons, cannot bo expected to yield to any medlcino that falls to correct tho condition responsible for it. Could -any reasonablo perton expect to rid himself of rheumatic pain as long- as rheumatic poison Is allowed to remain In the body. Think of this. It explains the suc cess of Natures Remedy (Nit Tablets) in so many 'cases where other, medicines have failed. Thousands aro vising Nit Tablets every day and eet tlns relief. Why pay llvo or ten times as much for uncertain things? A 25o box of Nature's Remedy (N'R Tablets), containing enough to last twenty-flve days, must liolp you, roust glvo you prompt relief and sat-, isfactory benefit or coat you nothing. Nature's Remedy Is not only for tho relief of rheumatism. It im proves digestion, tones tho liver, reg ulates kidney and lowel action, im proves the blood and cleanses th system. You've tried the cxpenslvo medicines and doctors, now make tho real test You'll get results this time. Just try it Nature's Remedy (NR Tablets) is sold, guaranteed and recommended by your diusflst LAND & PRIEST, Druggists MLLH'TlTLaMaTyflL 50Y TO KEEP FAITH General Pershing's Sajje Counsel Given to the Members of the Boy Scouts of America. General Pershing has always been a strong friend of the Boy Scouts of Anwrica. lie' knows to the full tho value of tho many-sided service they gave in tho war. Ho knows the value of scout train ing in producing a well-equipped manhood, for there were 100,000 formsr scouts in the army in France. General Pershing lias sent this! letter to Colin II. Livingstone, pres ident of the Boy Scouts of America, urging them "to remember:" "My Dear Mr. Livingstone: On July 25, last "ear, while we were in the midst of the desperate battle of the Marne, f sent a greeting to the Boy Scouts of America from our sol diers in France, and urged them to keep faith with the scout laws. . "Those were days when old. and young realized the necessity for every one to serve the country. "Today, without the pressure of a great war to hold our attention upon the necessity of good citizenship, it is important that the lessons of the war in patriotism and devotion be ti always borne in mind, as the obliga- .-..... vww ..w uiv da U12ieiH US in war. Let there be no relaxation in your efforts. Sincerely yours, "JOHX J. PERSHIXG." HE REMEMBEhED THAT TOOTH Member, of American Consulate at London Quickly Satisfied as to His Visitor's Identity. America has another George Washington in the front line of de fense. The present bearer of that name is in the front line of pass port trenches at the American con sulate in London and is a necrro. Ever since the United States put in.to force its rigid passport restric tions George has been one of the busiest Americans abroad. Washington broke into the con sular service some years ago at Mar seilles, lie fought in a regular ne gro regiment in the Spanish-American war, afterward coming to Europe in a Wild West show. Con sul General Skinner, then stationed m Marseilles, gave Washington a job in the consulate. Then George trent with Mr. Skinner to Berlin and finally he came back to London. He speaks French, German and Spanish. Ilecently when an American negro comedian sought a vise Washington remembered him, but he remem bered even bettsr the diamond filling in one of the comedian's teeth. "Still got that diamond there?" Washington remarked as the man camo into the consulate. Tho come dian smiled broadly and the dia mond was there. London Mail. URGES SENSIBLE SHOES. bimplification of dress which should include tho abolition of the high hqcl and the sharptoed shoo was urged by Dr. Augusta llucker of iev lork, at the international conference of woman physicians. Savages of old, she said, developed a better race physically than modern peoples bocauso of their natural and Eft free tendencies. The speaker said Ufi that stockings worn by children were Iff too short in foot length, which, cou- j UJ pled with tight shoos, reacts later on Sj hi me ami onen causes ueloinied tE .vv., m... .w..v..4 IMUUli Love and logic aro eternally at war and cuptd declares that philosophy is folly. unuca THRIFT, WHAT IS IT? Mr. L. F. Zcrfoss, district secre tary of the -State Y. M. C. A. of Ken tucky, hns been in Mt. Sterling for several days trying to Interest the ministers, business men and the pub lic schools in tho observance of thrift week, January 17' to 21., , The "Y" is merely promoting this effort which is indorsed by the fed- -exal government nn wnll o? by sH the national business associations of the United States. During 1920 the man- ner in which money is spent in the i L'nitcd States will determine largely the social, religious and politjcal fu- ' ifi i m LFi January is Sewing The cold, b leak i i ii lies. hAiicAhAlH ciirrlijro Zw MvvaavaU WMffSAWO ing. Similar grades scarcely be possible Advertiser Cotton Hope- Cotton !fi m LFi !fi ,L5 LE Ti Fresh Immense assortments of lovely undergarments reach of all. This is a sale that Comforts, full size, at A. B. Two-oz. Ball Knitting SSSSSSffiffiSSffiStfJSSi tnro of the world for years to come. Money represents as; near as any riiatcrinl thing the fruits of life and energy. Money is stored-up life. Whoever wastes it wastes -Jifc. Thrift is stewardship, which takes into account not only tho saving but also the earning rind tfio spending of money. Therefore, it is seen that to 1" unthrifty is to fcS bmh unWisc-nna irreligious. The National Thrift Week begins January 17 and continues to and in- eluding January 24, and on ea'ch dav of this week the following phases1 of days of January are the We urge you a" to take in white goods, linens and towels at equally attractive prices will when the present stock becomes exhausted. .-......: 32c 28 l-2c English Nainsook, 36 New patterns in Gingham new styles in new Shirt COMFORT is made welcome by the cold reduced prices. f ' f ' '.11 is- o O ", ' Oldham & Yarn ' thrift wilt b enphasized. January 17-rOpea a'bank'deposit. January 18 Share with others (Sunday). January 19 Take out life insur ance. January 20 Own your own home. '""vauunry 21 iUHKC RW11I January 22 Thrift in industry: uuuur,y iiiaitu a, lamiiJL uuc gerr 'Januhry 21, Pay your debts promptly. ' Each day during this week the special feature of that day will be given publicity in the pubKo press days most housewives take to replenish their full advantage of the prices Pillow Tubing, 38 inches 9x4 Bleached Sheeting ....: inches 49c up Waistings at attractive prices. Collars and Silk Lingere. such as every woman wants at SPECIALS nights yet to come a big lot of warm, serviceable Woolnap and Outing Blankets Specially Priced imirarnjiira and various other ways. , The high schol will obwerve the week by devoting a time, to be deter, mined ktter, for an open seesion; to which the public will be Snvjted, at which' essays and orations' oh thrift will be delivered by the high school .boys, andcirls , . - This is a, worthy effort and all for-. ward-Iookinsr men and women will p;vo.;t.tl.:rt,f -..j.f. Special Prices oh Heavy" Under wear. It. E. Punch & Co. Lifo is rich in love, but wo choose passion and reap jealousy mid hate. m K In IB m m Time we" are now offer 49c .-...... 85c prices witliin the a Son 50 flPr t: k jtk WW ....Ski . r ' t I1 'FaJ ' &&' .v"', AT HI ff '