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GIVES AWAY , Fifteen Dollars Weekly on U. S. Tires THE TABB THEATRE GIVES AWAY ' Five Free Tickets Every Week COUNTY COURT DAYS For Sale Miscellaneous FOB SALE Jersey bull, 2 years old, good one. I. J. Chuse, Levee, Ky., II. B. 1. (75-3t-pd.) Carey's Boll Booting 1 ply, 2 ply, 3 ply and slate coated. Mt. Sterling Lumber Co. For the BEST in toilet articles, ro to Lloyd's Drug Store. GET THE BEST The genuine Ky. spring saddles arc 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 GO TO W. M. Beissinger's up-to-date Shoe Eepair Shop, -where you get the very best Shoe Bepair Serv ice. 70-2t-tt The Ahite season is on. AVhite cloth oxfords and pumps, that are beauties are at Bat.li & Clay's, 119 W. Main St., Lexington, Ky. FOB BENT JMcKEE. Two Apartments. NOW is the time to have your jm jperinj and painting done. We are making reductions on all old stock wall paper. M. B. HAINLINE. FOB SALE Pianos, Players, Or gans, Phonographs. All the new styles and standard makes. Tuning and repairing. See samples at Cravens & Turpin's, cor Main and Bank Sts., Mt. Sterling. J. II. Templeman Piano Co., 137 N. Broadway, Lexington, Ky. FOB SALE New line of station ery. Lloyd's Drug Store. t-t WE HAVE about 50 monuments, Jranite and Marble, ranging in price from $110 to $1,100 on which we can ive immediate delivery. All guaran teed quality. A postal cardwillbring our designs. The Murray & Thomas Co., Paris, Ky. tf For Sale Miscellaneous FOB SALE. We handle the very best house paints and have low prices. McGuire Bros. The Lilly Cream Separator, bought nt old price and will be sold accord ingly. See Earl Shoemaker, Swift's Cream Station, Bank street. 74-4t. CLEANS BY A1B ALONE Needs no brush. Boyal Electric Cleaner. See us for demonstration. Ken tucky Utilities Co. Wanted WANTED Everybody to know that I sell the famous John Deere Wagons and Post Buggies. Also car ry a complete line of saddles and harness. J. B. LYONS. Save 30 to 30 per cent, on Gro ceries at Piepcr's. t-t II. W. Senieur, Buggies, Bubber Tires Real Estate H. W. Senieur, Buggies, Bubber Tires SPLENDID line of chicken feed. Also corn, oats and other feeds for the horse or cow. W. T. Atchison & Sons, phone 452. A. E. LAWBENCE Our work speaks for itself. We give all our jobs most careful and painstaking care. Phone or call. We give both new work and repair work our spe cial attention. 20 per cent on men's oxfords now. A big variety to select from Hash & Clay, 119 W. Main St., Lex ington, Ky. H. W. Senieur, Buggies, Bubber Tires Plumbing Jobs Large and small. We're equipped to do 'em all. Service Yes, work the best. Call 814 We do the rest. E. F. Gray. t-t Ladies Brown Kid Oxfords Nar row toe, Louis XV heels. A bargain at $12.00 and a snap at our Special Price of $8.25. Sizes to fit you. Bush & Clay, 119 W. Main, Lexington. II. W. Senieur, Buggies, Bubber Tires 20c Can of Corn, Special, 15c Mt. Sterling Grocery. t-t Automobiles and Accessories Save 10 to 30 per cent, on Gro ceries at Piepcr's. "t-t NOTICE TO HOUSEKEEPERS Call us up about your old books, mag azines, rngs, iron, rubber and metals, and wo will tell you how to convert same into cash. Thos. Heinrich & Son, South Queen St.. Phono 819. 33-tt II. W. Senieur, Buggies, Bubber Tires Save 10 to 30 per cent, on Gro ceries at Piener's. t-t Go to Coopers' whore you can get the best goods at tho least prices. No. 30 Broadway St. t-t WM. ADAMS & SON Marble and Granite Monuments Large Stock, Prompt Delivery, Motor Truck Service, 503 West Main Street, Lexington, Ky. 1-yr. NOTICE TO AUTOMOBILE OWNERS You will get the pure WESPECO GASOLINE tho new kind at Mccarty bbos.. gabage Badiators and Fenders repaired. Dri-cure retreading and sectional work by experts and guaranteed. Fayette Badiator Repair & Vulcaniz ing Co., 110 Vine St., Phone 280-X, LexSugton, Ky. t-t FOB SALE. Farms, any size, city and suburban property, at bargains. General Insurance, automobile, ac cident and health, life, fire, surety bond. Call on T. Foster Bogcrs, Real Estate and Insurance. FOR BEAL ESTATE Ron Crav ens & Turpin. We have several good j farms and suburban homes. Also a long list of city properties. Give us a call. Southwest corner Main and Rank streets. Cravens & Turpin, Phono us your wants. 491. secretary to Congressman Paul Bore, of Ohio. At. the close of this service, he. purchased the Dayton Daily -News, borrowing most of tho money to pay fo rit. Later he pur chased the Springfield Daily News. He was first elected to congress in 1908. Ho recently purchased the farm near Jacksonburg upon which ho was born nnd is making it into a modem farm home where he expects to live on retirement from public of fice. He married nnd-has four chil-drn. Bead the Classified nns ' a When a girl plays a ragtime so that it sounds like a funeral march, it may bo truthfully said that she is murdering the music. Bath Owingsville, 2nd Monday. Bourbon Paris, 1st Monday. Boyle Danville, 3rd Monday, Brentbitt Jackson, 4th Monday. Clark Winchester, 4th Monday. Estill Irvine, 2nd Monday. Fayetto Lexington, 2nd Mondny. Fleming Fleraingsburg, 4th "Mon day. Garrard Lancaster, 4th Monday. Henry Newcastle, 1st Monday. Jessamine Nicholnsville, 3rd Mondny. Grnnt Willinmstown, 2nd Mon day. Harrison Cynthinna, 4th Monday Lee Beattyville, 4th Monday. Lincoln Stanford, 2nd Monday. Madison Bichmond, 1st Monday. Mason Maysville, -1st Monday. Mercer Harrodsburg, 1st Monday Montgomery - Mt. Sterling, 3rd Monday. Nicholas Carlisle, 2nd Monday. Oldham LaGrnnge, 4th Monday. Owen Owenton, 4th Monday. Pendleton Falmouth, 1st Monday. Powell Stanton, 1st Mondny. Pulaski Somerset, 3rd Monday. Scott Georgetown, 3rd Monday. Shelby Shelbyville, 2nd Monday. Woodford Versailles, 4th Monday "Dead Fruit" Leaving basebnll, ooljinll and bou rn: nlle. there Is no longer tf great llspnrlty between woman's nnd man's tfltictlc prowess. But whether; imu'ri should be permitted to iito with the men In the golf, tennis, iliootlng, and other championships Is lelintnhle ground. If the men oppose t. (ine can hardly blame them, for It must be years before victory over a vvoinnn will be regarded as anything hut "dead fruit," and defeat as any thing but a disgrace. And Love. Like a great poet, Nnture produces .the greatest results with the simplest means. These are simpiy a sun. flowers, water and love. Of course. If the ppectator be without the last, ihe whole will present but a pitiful nnwnranre: and. In that cane, the sun, hs merely so mafiy miles In dlnmetert the trees are gpodfor fuel, the uower are classified by stamens, and the water Is simply wet. Heine. Cheerfulness is about the only contagious thing we aren't afraid of. Rival. It seems strange that this English word which means a competitor of omo sort should'have come from thej Latin word "rlvalls," pertaining fo a,W tream. But wo can easily Imagine v"' that the neighbors who lived along he river bank and used the same niirre for water would sometimes iiinrrel about their rights, and per Imp" become enemies. CELERY PLANTS FOR SALE $1.00 per hundred. Call 714 and place your order a day before you want them. The whitest white cakes Tho lightest light rolls And tho flakiest biscuits Are inndo when you uso That good "Capital Flour" BUY IT ltY IT. t-t MB. FARMER Will pay you highest market prices nt all times for' your Poultry, Eggf, Hides, Furs, Scrap Iron, Old Metals, Bubber, etc. Phono 0 15. E. T. BEIS. t-t KENTUCKY Spring Seat Saddle (hand made), guaranteed to givo sat isfaction. Made right Sold rea sonable. Horse Blaukets, Work, Farm Bnd Buggy Harness. JOHN B. SAL MONS, N. Maysville Street. t-t TAXI SIR! At your service. All closed cars. City rate, 25c. Acces sories. Bepairing. Prompt service. Hancock's Garage. Office, Phono 710. Home, 850. t-t SECOND HAND CABS One 1917 Chnndler, seven-passenger tourintr car; 1917 Chalmers Coupe; 1910 Jeffery Sedan; 1915 Maxwell tourinft car. All these cars are in good run nlng order and can bo bought nt n bargain. JEWELL HAWTHORNE MOTOR CO., 544 West Main Street, Phone 1205, Lexington, Ky. t-t 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'U equ'ip your truck whilo you wait. Sen-ice Tire Co., 224 East Main St., Lexington. Kv. WANTED Your orders for flow ers. I have the agenoy for Fennel!, the Lexington florist, and will be glad to fill your orders. Phone 74 or 235. Mrs. Mary C. Ayrea. Story of Cox's Life James Middletown Cox was three times governor ijf Ohio an honor enjoyed bf only.one other Ohio Man, Rutherford B. Hays. Born on a fnm, educated in the public schools, a printer's devil, a school teacher, a newspaper report er, a private secretary to a con gressman, owner, manager and pro prietor of two newspapers and mem ber of congress for threo years nnd three times governor of his slate in his lecord to .late. Business success paralleled his political achievements and thru his own efforts Cox lias amassed a for tune. Mr. Cox became the leader of the Democratic, pnrlf in Ohio in 1912t when he was nominated for governor. As one who had brought radical chnnges in the stnte ctmsti tion, he took the field in its behalf. His first term as governor was de voted chiefly to forwarding the en actment of laws to put the new stnto constitution into effect. But Ohio evidently was not pre pared to nsimilnto all the news laws, for Cox wns defeated for re-election. But his party renominated in 1910 and he wns re-elected for a third term in 1918, being tho only Democrat to win in Ohio. Legislation for which Governor Cox is best known includes n model workmen's compensation law and n child labor lnw which linvo been ex tensively copied by other states. Educators of the colintry Bny the Ohio school code, enacted under Governor Cox's direction, will live ns a monument to his achievement. Mr, Cox was born in Butler coun ty, Ohio, in 1870. Ho attended dis trict school nnd held his first posi tion as a teacher of the school In which he took his first lessons. Ho spent his evenings nnd holidays in printing offico. In a few years ho received bis first assignment on tho reportorinl staff of the Cincinnati Enquirer. After ten yearn with the Enquirer he went to Washington as a private sea Forget Your Troubles and Have a Good Time AT THE. Montgomery County Fair July Viil 4 Big Days ,1, , - , f Excellent Music, Exciting Races, Entertaining Exhibits and the Biggest and Best Cattle Show in the State. Ziedman Pollie Famous Exposition Shows and Four Rides. DERBY DAY Wednesday July 21 H LEXINGTON Y 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 ! Brine Ik Children ! Mttt 0U FritHfe ! The Montgomery County fair .- Where You Meet Everybody C. 6. Thompson, Pros.. ; W. Hoffi Wood, Soe. t u flr 1 xr V??$vy"