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"FIRST TO LAST-THI TRUTHS NKWS-HEDITORIALS-ADVCRTISKMKNTS volume xxxi: "4 . i J. MT. STERLING, KENTUCKY; THURSDAY, MARCH 16, 1922. NUMBER 44. 4 . ( ;i iJi M 'JEWISH KLIEF FUND DRIVE STARTS MONDAY Col. S. M. Newmeyer, who has '.been named chairman for Montgom J) SI try county, announces that the drive for funds for the Jey'wti Relief will start here Monday, Ce4, Newmeyer .1 i. t.- :r?-2 Li.. :I i ijskh tret am, yet nsnm ins uumumirc, TJ Jmt Mide o this week. He aster that W JJtfc-'IrrhJMS und'otllhrs interested in hh8 nei aa.vei narani ins coiHtmuee. this very , worthy cause send or bring checks or money contributions 'to him nt his store It is earnestly 'hoped that the charitable people of , i . .. - . ... ' .. l inis city ana county win open incir hearts ana their pocketbooks and ,give generously o their means in !iding the' starving nnd destitute Jewish people of Europe, who have suffered so nrrently as a result of the world war. Montgomery coun ty's quota is $1,200. .SPECIALS FOR SATURDAY AND COURT DAY 1 peck coffee . $1.11 jGood canned apples, can. ...I9C Bed salmon ......... . ....... 1 5c Canned sweet potatoes .' -25c Brooms, 50c vajues . ............35c Aluminum riorcolalors u.... 98c See our stock of seed potatoes, fcens, peas and bulk garden seeds before buying. We can save you money. McQUIRE BROS., Bank S treet. HOSPITAL NOTES Wo have the following news from tho Mnry Chiles Hospital: Miss Jennie Orear left Wednes day in fine condition. Mrs. Steve Pieratt and Mrs. Leo Orear left today. Thoy are much improved nnT"feeling good. Dr. Lockhart i.s improving. t Mrs. B. P. Caudill is getting along nicely and wil soon be able to re turn home. Lloyd Stamper continues to im prove. sBuck Roe's condition is -slightly iproved. Luther Kratzer, a gun shot pa tient, is improving. J. W. Wilson, a pneumonia pa tient, shows a slow but gradual im provement. READY FOR THE FARMERS Friday, Saturday and court day. Three varieties of clover seed, English, red and alsike. Sweet and Irish seed potatoes, popular varieties. White, yellow and red onion sets. Choice apples and oranges. Grape fruit, bananas and lemons Cabbage, lettuce and celery. THE AYRES CO. ENCOURAGING News from the bedside of Hon. J. Will Clav is slishtly more favor- ablo. The attending physician, Dr. McClymonds, recently returned from France, has his case in charge and thinks he has it properly diagnosed, and he seems to be responding to the treatment. While Mr. Clay contin ues to be a very sick man, the doc tor gives put more encouraging news daJteLPi"' C. B. Duerson, his home phyfsJ&n, -was with him Tuesday. YOUR FEET are the most important part of j your body. Without good feet you are helpless. We carry a complete line of Dr. Scholl's arch supports' and foot necessities. Demonstra tion March 17 and 18. R. E. Punch Co., Inc. Knox Hate at Walsh's. GREENE & Our Cash and Saves money for When in need of the best tho market afford in Freah and Cured Meats, Staple and .Fancy Groceries. Fresh Fruits and Vegetables, give us a trial. BEST GOODS at LOWEST PRICES FOOT EXPERT HERE Th0 R. E. Pueh Company has arranged for an expert authority on all foot troubles to be at their store on Friday and Saturday, Marchv17 and 18, and extend an invitation to their patrons to 'consult with him absolutely free Of charge. This spe cialist was personally trained by the world-famous Dr. Win. School! and is being loaned to this store that our people may have tho bene fit of his knowledge and experience. By the scientific correctional devices demonstrated by the School experts corn, bunions, callusos, weak ankles, flat feot and all other foot troubles maybe relieved at once nnd quickly corrected. . ' m Seed potatoes and onion sets at Vanarsdell'a. SELLS CARS W. B. Day has taken tho agency for the famous Cadillac cars, and during the past few weeks has made tho following sales: John A. Judy, sednn; Ben T. Wright, sedan; W. Lois Thompson, sedan. , SEVENTY-FIVE PER CENT of the people have, foot trouble in some form. We have a representa tive from Dr. Scholl with us Friday and Saturday. This seryice is free for your benefit. R. E. Punch Co., Inc. NEW STORE The new store room and fiat of R. C. Childers will be completed in about 90 days. The store room will be 28x48 feet with a flat on the sec ond floor. It will be i occupied by Guilders Bros, with a grocery nnd nrent store. This store is located on the corner of Richmond avenue and Spring street. NOTICE, FARMERS! There will be a meeting of the Farmers' Unipn at the court house Saturday, March 18, nt 1 p. m. Mr. E. L. Harrison, president of the Farmers' Union of Kentucky, will speak to the farmers on questions of vital importance. All farmers are requested to be present. The Farm ers' Union is accomplishing great things for farmers all over Kentucky nnd it is to be hoped thqt Montgom ery county farmers will fall in lino nnd reap the benefits to be derived from organization. Respectfully, T. B. HILL. L. M. REDMONDS SPECIALS SATURDAY AND COURT DAY Old Dutch Cleanser, per can ...... 1 0c Babbitt's Lye, per can 10c Glass Syrup Pitchers 10c 0 Boxes Matches , 25c 7 Cakes Lenox Soap 25c 4 Cakes P. & G. Soan 25c. Glass Tumblers, per set .... 25c Glass Bowls, 35c value 25c Aluminum Pans, 1 and 2 qt 25c Full Nickel PlateB Shears, 50o value ......'?.... .,.....25c Enameled Handle Brooms, 50a value 38c Dres and Apron Ginghams, per yard. 12 l-2c Full line of Garden and Flower Seeds, both in bulk and in packages. Most complete line of Wall Paper, Paint and Varnish in the city and prices much lower than last year. Best place to buy your Fishing Tackle. See window. L. M. REDMOND. FOR RENT 90 acres good grass land. Stan ley Xaonu. (M-tf) WILLIAM Carry System our customers ALL FORCES UNITE TO SECURE A NEW HOTEL FOR MT. STERLING Most Important Meeting of the Campaign Scheduled for Fri day, March 17, in Prewitt & Botts Hall A powerful sales torganization with strong support from 'the women of several of Mt. Sterling's clubs nnd societies has been "practically completed to insure success of the campaign to provide for Mt. Ster 1&S greatest need, a new hotel. The executive committee of 18 men whos0 names have been published in connection with this enterprise for Mt. Sterling- and community is meeting daily! This group of influ ential citizens is prepared' to put the full strengtff'-of their influence anil much of theft time back of this pro ject for the next two weeks. The larger committee of "citizens that is now practically complete, which has been organized under the direction of the following men: John A. Judy, chairman; R. Q. Kern, chnirmnn di vision A; 0. W. McCormick, chair man division B; Lee Orear, chair man divisionr'C; Dr. T. B. Hill, cap tain team 1;AC. K. Oldham, captain team 2; B. Frank Perry, captain team 3; Robert Coljier, captain tcanr" 4; R. T. Judy, captain team 5; Hunt Priest, enptain team 6; M. 0. Cock rell and J,oe Keller, associate cap tains team ,7; A. B. Oldham, cap tain team 8; C. C. Chcnault, Jr., captain team 9, is now -ready to re ceive instructions for their part in lhe program. Probably the most important meeting of the entire cam paign is scheduled to be held Fri day evening, March 17, in the Prew itt & Botts hall. It is of the utmost importance that every man who will lie connected with the campaign sales force in any capacity should attend THE HEALTH AND WELFARE REPORT Following is the report of the Montgomery County Health and Welfare League for the month of February, 1922: Number of cases under care first of month, 21; number of new cases during month, 43; number readmit ted cases during month,' 2; total number of eases during month, GG; number of cases dismissed, 47; number of cases remaining end of month, 19. Condition on Discharge Recov ered, 34; -improved, 3; unimproved, 3; died, 7; total, 47. Discharged To family or self, 37; to hospital, 2; to other care, 1; died, 7. Record of Visits Mude Nursing visits, 133; infant welfare visits, 2; prenatal visits, 1; tuberculosis visits, 5; social service visits, 8; other visits, 44; total, 193. By Whom Reported By families, 8; by physicians, 11; by M. L. I. agents, 13; by others, 12; found by nurse, 1; total, 45. Ages of Patients Treated Under 2 years, 2; 2 to G years, 3; G to 20 years, 9; over 20 years, 31. Nature of Cases Opthalmia No onatorium, 1; pneuniodtn and flu, 33; tuborculosis, 1; well babies un der supervision, 1; chronic illness, 1; nil others, 8; total, 45. Miscellaneous Meetings attend ed, 2; night calls, 2. Attended health conference at Louisvillo four days. Cultures taken for diphtheria, 1. Prophylactio inoculations for flu, 5. Twenty-seven children received button and rank of Knight in the Modern Health Crusade League. Medicine, nourishment, clothing, ing and laundry were provided to sovoral families afflicted with flu. In, two instances the homes were cleaned where the entire family was confined to bed. Bed and mattress (donated) pro vided for one family. Bod linen furnished by the His tory Club, Coal and groceries were procured from county and city in numerous oases, while some were furnished by benevolent citizens. Respectfully submitted, FLORENCE WALLINGFORD, Publio Health Nurse. FOOT COMFORT Do your feet ache and bum and have that tired feelingf If so, come to our store Friday and Saturday and larfi tho cause gad Beans of eorreeiiea. R. 1. PttMh Co., Inc. this meeting. Full instructions and information regarding the methods that will bo employed in selling the stock and plans regarding tho new hotel, so far as they have .hcen de veloped, will bo given at this meet ing. The sales demonstration that will bo given will also bo an import ant feature of tho meeting. Prob ably one of tho most important di visions allied with the campaign or ganization was perfected Wednes day afternoon at a meeting held in the Ladies' Rest Room, when the following organizations met and agreed to co-operate in the cam paign: Th0 Country Woman's Club, the Tuesday Club, tho W. C. T. U., the Missionary Society of the Christian churcji, the Missionary Societies of the Presbyterian church. The women representing the or ganizations mentioned above made all plans to serve 'the opening sup per and the daily luncheons that will be carried to the team workers dur ing the week of the campaign, be ginning Tuesday evening, March 21, at 0:30 o'clock sharp. These luncheons nnd the opening supper will afford the occasion for the team workers and the executive commit tee to meet daily, and report on tho progress of the campaign. They will be served without expense 'to the men who are doing the work nnd who will sell the stock that will make it posible for Mt. Sterling's great est need, a new hotel, to be real ized. ' SPECIALS FOR SATURDAY AND COURT DAY 50c Brooms for 35c Qotton Mops, 16 oz. heavy 35c 50c Wash Boards for 35c Men's Blue Shirts, heavy, for....59c Bleached Cotton, yard 12 l-2c Matches, 6 boxes for 25c Apron Gingham, yard ,...12 l"2c Ladies' Vests I0C Ladies' Union Suits 35c Heavy Wide Lace, yard 5c Towels, each IOC Wash Tubs, galvanized 50cup Men's Socks, 3 pairs for 25c Ladies' Hose, 3 pairs for. 25c Garden Seeds, paper 5c Bulk Seeds, Pens and Beans. THE FAIR TRACK READY The track at tho Montgomery County Fair grounds is being rap idly put in shape, and it will only be a short time until the railbirds can go down and see the horses nt training. Among the local men who will work at the local track this sea son nre C. W. Beau, W. E. Bean, F. P. Bean, Roy Morris, James R. Magowan, H. B. Van Evera, A. B. Setters, John M. McCormick, and the colored trainers, P. L. Hensley and Lem Syduer. There are some good horses, at the track this sea- .son. DR. SCHOLL'S EXPERT HERE! On Friday and Saturday of this week we will have at our store a representative from Dr. Scholl. Have your feet examined free. R. E. Punch Co., Inc. WILLIAM YARBER DEAD William Yarber, aged 82 years, died last Friday evening at the residence of his brother, Robert Yarber, after a week's illness. Bur ial occurred Sunday. Mr, Yarber was an inoffensive old gentleman and had many friends who will read with regret of his death. $25 IN GOLD I get a bonus of the above sum if I sell 20 Singer maohinos in 60 days. To help do this am giving my customers big reduction in prices. J. H. Brown, Singer Snlesraan, Bank Street, (pd) HOUSEKEEPERS, TAKE NOTICE The Guild of the Episcopal church will have an oxchange at Trimble's grocery on Snturday. Everything good to eat. Tho "proceeds of tho ex change will be used to help endow a free bed at the Mary Chiles Hospi tal. Fer priattaff, se The Adreete. SPEAKER NAMES BOARD Speaker James II, Thompson, of the house of representatives, act ing under authority of Senate Bill 14, which has become a law, provid ing for two new normal schools and appointment of n commission to lo cate the schools, has selected the following five men for appointment on the board of eight, "the other three to be chosen by the lieutennnt governor: Former Senator Thomas A. Combs of Lexington; Judge Edward ft O'Rear, formerly of the court of ap peals; former State Treasurer Sher man Goodpnster, of Frankfort; Judge Earl W. Senff, county judge of Montgomery county, and Repre sentative W. P. Wallen, of Preston burg. RICHARDSON BROS. always have good tender, fresh home killed meats of all kinds. Also, all kinds of fresh vegetables and fruits. The best line of canned goods that can be bought, Best Eastern cane sugar; 4 grades of tho highest pat ent flour; seed potatoes and garden seeds of nil kinds. BOARS FOR SALE Full stock Durocs, registered. J. C. Graves. (45-2t) i STILL AT LARGE Miller Martin, who on Tuesday shot and killed his uncle, Bill Mar tin, at) his home near Jeffersonville, has not as yet been apprehended. He is thought to be in hiding with some relatives in the hills near the Menefee county line and his arrest will likely be made within, the next day or two. Martin has a bad rec ordj has been in trouble before and has served a term in the stnte re formatory, it is said. A wonderful assortment of sail ors from $1.75 to $15. Goins Hat Shop. BOARD IN SESSION Tho board of supervisors, com posed of the following gentleman has been in sqsion at the court house since Monday: M. A. Prewitt, J. P. Highland, R. R. Whitsett, John F. Richardson, M. O. Cockrell and Robert Howell. WHIZ I have Whiz, the best metal polish made. It makes your wares as good as new. John R. Salmon. Clover seed, seed potatoes, onion sets, etc. Ayres Co. m Mrs. C. L. Wireninn nnd baby son, who spent the winter in Texas and New Mexico, arrived here this week to visit relatives. m COTTAGE FOR RENT V. A. ReisT (43-2t-pd) m Once in a while a fool is born. B,ut at least 98 per cent of them are self-made. BOARS FOR SALE Full stock Durocs, registered. J. C. Graves. Think it over and you will agree that a man can be pleasant to talk to, and yet be disagreeable to listen to. I The Uncertainty of Life Should Make You Think of Your Loved Ones , Give to them the best protection possible by making your will and naming this Bank as your Executor. Your estate will be better handled, and the interests of those you love and who depend upon you, will be looked after by men of experience and care. We Are Prepared to Act in Any Fiduciary Capacity DELAYS ARE DANGEROUS TRADERS NATIONAL BANK "The Bank With a Welcome" MT. STERLING, THE BEST ' BUSINESS CITY OF SIZE W. K. Childers and wife, of Co lumbus, Ohio, who have been her visiting Mr. Childers' father, Rich ard Childers, nnd other relatives, returned to their adopted home to day. Mr. Childers said, "I note your progress; you are going some. The old city had outgrown my rec ollection. That hotel project is great. Should I stay nway a few years after the completion of the hotel, I am sure I wouldn't know the old town. You will be proud of it nnd it will do much for business. Tho Advocate is a twice-a-week let ter to us and business has to stop when it enters our place of business. Wife and I are crazy about the twice-a-weck Advocate." Hemstitching, 8 cents per yard. Singer Sewing Machine Office, Bank Street. (44-3t-pd) RETURNS TO THE FOLD CLOSING HOURS Senator W. G. Dycus, lately term ed a bolting. Democrat, returned during the closing hours of the leg islature and blocked Governor Mor row's game at veto. The registra tion bill is passed. This is strictly a party measure and is nn aim to prevent illegal voting. It is an hon est, fair measure regardless of where the chips may fall. This measure, that of the leaving off of party emblems on the Louisville bal lot, is helpful to honest elections. The besj; of humor prevailed dur ing the closing hours, nil enemies having kissed and made up. The wo man representative had not made any enemies, hence there was no kissing coining to her. Vale, Leg islature of 1922. FRIDAY. SATURDAY AND COURT DAY SPECIALS at Treadway Bros., Court street. Well ripened new tomatoes. Fresh and crisp lettuce. Fancy nnd staple groceries. All kinds of fresh meats. Bottom prices on every item. HISTORY CLUB PRP0GRAM The Woman's History Club has arranged a university program for the regular meeting tomorrow after noon, "The Gift of Magi," a one-act play recently produced by the uni versity players, Miss Kitty Conroy of this city; Miss Sue Chenault, of Richmond, and Edward Gans, of Louisville. Miss Frances Jewell, dean of women at the university, will make a short address preced ing the play, nnd Professor nnd Mrs. Carl Lampert will give n musical program. YOUR FEET are the most important part of your body. Without good feet you are helpless. Wo carry a complete line of Dr. Scholl's arch supports and foot necessities. Demonstration March 17 and 18. R. E. Punch Co., Inc. FOR SALE One gas cooking stove, 3 gas heaters and draperies for living room. Mrs. T. Badger (43-tf) Robertson, phone 202. lW (J Jm iiuM-t.