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quest; Phone ojj your order today. Quick delhrery
made for special occasoca.
Jersey Milk & Ice Creaw C.
High Street, Mt. Sterling, Ky.
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IluterYour Lair U getting gray.
Tapjr-Vell, I'm not aurprUed.
We Stand or Fall
lluve a letter written on
any of the standard make
Then have the aorae letter
written on a Woodstock.
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MIRRORS OF CO HSR ESS
Here are gJfcsj ol tlie reSectd .
imzz ot the ehztmxn (X the two?
eosatta, irMda tizsu&t tte taxiSj
t awter of their own jrtr j
' Ub4t ts Jieuiisg of "Jwyh W.f
. ytfTis.fr, Rjiysbiican. Mlchi&ai,
Cbslrmzn ot t&tr Ways aod
i Oxsseatte.' the Fhttzd-ilphla.
Le&zzr, ZxpaiMcza, tzyt:
Th laprdoa th pabilc had of
jaiM (FordBtr) was that he was a
rather stodgr man with a good oat-
t of hraioa along coareDtloaal lines.
that he was dignified, aad. abore aQ.
reectWe and decent. He did
'nothlsg la aH those tweaty-foor
years to dUtnrb that lxapreeiioo, and
faow la one day be has torn It to
j pieees and scattered It to the" winds.
' It was nothing hot a mask, a poze.
J "He dW this In what he probably
.thought was a fanny speech about
ex-I'resMent Wilson. We relate, to
Xn upree3taure Connally in as
sorting that It was no fit speech to
be made against a man who could
not reply to take any other action.
It was not a fit speech for a man
such as Fordney was supposed to be
to make about anybody, especially
any ex-presldent. Calling Wilson al
ways the 'schoolmaster Fordney re
called certain lines rang by boys at
the close ot a backwoods school:
'Goodbye, scholars; goodbye, school;
Goodbye, teacher, you darned old
"Such epithets as 'political boss
and 'glorious misfit' also figure In
this boomerang speech. If Fordney
finds many Imitators, the Republican
rote next fall is likely to be dimin
ished, tor the number of citizens
who rote their disgust instead of
their Joy Is always large, whether
on fair grounds or not. And dlxgust
is the enly sentiment Pordney's
'JeTtry stable conversation as Mr.
Conally aptly called it, is likely to
However that may be, Pordney's
coarse-minded clowning has enabled
his revolted fellow citizens to take
tils measure, and It it har any effect
on Wilson, will tend to create sym
pathy and respelt for hlnL
FOR SALB AND EXCHANGE
On Logan avenue and 7th street, In
Paris, Ky., a two-story brick resi
deuce with all the modern improve
ments. The residence is on a lot
80x200 feet; has 9 rooms, porches
and halls. This is desirable proper
ty, well worth the money. See IL C.
The vfuy some women treat their
husbands, It's a wonder they don't
take out a dog license for them,
Orders huvo been issued at Haw
allatt bathing beaches that bathers
must Kit Into clothes or the sea
They are real partular.
Get ready for tho Pair with a cool
Palm Reach July 19 to 22. Kaclng
every day. Good music Soloist.
The Walsh Company. ' .
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Cynthlana at Parts.
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Lexington at Paris.
XL Sterling at CynthlaBa.
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Sunday, August 27
Cynthlana at Lexiagtee.
Paris at Xaysvllle.
Winchester at XL Sterling.
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Lexington at XL Starteg.
Park at Winchester.
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Cynthlana at Wkcheater.
Lexington at Xaysvllle.
XL Sterling at Park.
Thursday, September 7
Lexington at Winchester.
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XL Sterling at Xaysvllle,
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Park at Lexington.
Cynthlana at XL Sterling.
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POISONED BAIT SUCCESSFUL
MEASURE ACA1NST CUTWOfl"M
Cctworssa caa rsBy be tea ,tnP
ed fcr tie cse of potoeaod bait, the
United States Departae&t ot XeA-
csixsrs ha demonstrate. This k
the way to prejwre and aaviy cbe
To 1 baihel of dry teas adl 1
pooad of white araezle or Paris
greeti asd mix thoroughly Into a
zsash with gaTXona- CZ wafer, s
which has heen stirred one-ialf gal
lon 'of sorghma cr other cheap mo
lasses. This axsosnt will "be sroSxi
ent to treat lor acred, of eolttvated
cropt. Alter the mash hag stood for
several hours scatter it In Isssps of
about the size of a marble over the
fields where the injury k beginning
to appear. Put it aboat the bases ot
the plants which have been set oat.
Apply the mash late in the day, so as
to have the poison In place around
the plants before night when the cut
worms are active. Apply a secoad
time if necessary.
Cutworms destroy haadreds of
thousands, even millions, of doOara
worth of crops every year through
out the United States. They especi
ally attack tomatoes, cabbage, let
tnce and other vegetables that have
been started nnder glass and trans
planted. Cutworms sometimes ap
pear in great numbers in the spring
and early summer, and frequently do
terere injury before their, ravages
Their method of attack k to cut
off the young plants near the ground.
They are of large slse and are vora
cious feeders, capable of destroying
many plants in a siagle nigbL Often
they cut down more than they can
Knox and Hopkins Straw Hats for
men. Correct styles. Tne Walsh
It isn't bard to find the bright side
of things, when' one little sunbeam
can make a whole green meadow
wear a smiling face.
Gaberdine Suits for young men in
sport models. The Walsh Co.
that, sbe waaMsrs here
tiey a aaSed te wt na
si tfce -arivdT sttM aerie a feattog
mt imniimtct that, yrascs bare reach
ed rave betSasB aavd that better tkses
are at i It k laiaVg bow few
anerdMsats fax the swsBrl tswaa
e the Taiae at liiwiUnaai ad-
Trtlfeg. Tavey are so esese to the
aicfisre tiy JaQ & see its yerae ee
tire. Tier loot for the iaasedMe
dealer ami ha gxasciag at the
aw they aeks the fBhstaace. The
vaJae ot afrrertiefeg k camalative.
Iadeed. that la its greateet worth.
Yaxrrr. has actaaHy advertised the
word eastern est c the dictionary
asd advertised the tradesoarir
Kodak tto the dictkaarr.
The day ef salsleadkc adrertkteg
baa pawed. The ymMic has coae to
see advertising la the light of news,
axd li aewz. The gup-rriHwit who ad
Tertises tens hk story fraakly to the
VsMLc. knowing he will be checked
cj and courting investigation of hk
statements and prices. The advertise
ment of today Is not the subject of
saxpidon. It k the merchant who k
afraH to tell his story oxer hk sig-
nature that the public regards with
i doubt, and properly so.
The boom in retail trade awaits
only a little thosght on the part ot
the merchant, plus the fundamental
knowledge that advertising k an In
vestment and not an expense and a
duty owned to the public whose sup
port k sooghL The whole business
structure of the nation depends, on
advertising. Increased business means
greater production. lower first cost,
a larger turnover. Increased buying
and conseqenutly provides a saving
to the buyteg public The public
shoolud support merchants who ad
vertise because they are the coa-
s tract! re force that helps to keep the
THE SEVEN NATURAL CRAVINGS
Dr. Daniel Russell Hodgdon. au
thority on the science of dletectics.
believes every housewife should ex
amine the menu she prepared for her
friend husband, and see if it contains
the seven natural cravings of healthy
appetites. These are saaamed up as
a bulky food, a muscle buSdiag food,
a fat food, an acid food, a salt food,
a sweet food and finally a live food.
The seven cravings, says the doctor,
should be satkfled every day.
For guidance of our queens of the
kitchen, bulk comes in bread, pota
toes,,, cabbage and other vegetables.
Fish, eggs and cheese are muscle
builders, olive and other olls'are fats,
while vinegar covers the acid re
qulremenL Salts are salts and sweets
are sweets, so that no explanation is
needed, and thus we reach the sev
enth requirement, the live food,
which means raw food such as oy
sters or cUras or rare meats. All
of which Is Interesting and doubtless
enlightening. The doctor of medl
due has provided hk bit to the sum
total of useful knowledge. May we
nun iook wr some sector oi eco
nomics to come forward with the
seven requirements to enable peo
ple to satisfy the natural appetite
and yet remain out ef the bankrupt
cy court. Perhaps It will require the
seventh son of a seventh son to pro
vide the asawer. It wHl be interest
ing to the peer devils who are sweat
ing in the coal mines at tee speed
when coal k needed and then thrown
out of work uhea the Bupply is be
lieved to be sufficient, to read during
their Idle moments, and so Improve
their minds, just what their over
worked wives ought to put on the
iaoie 10 seep me lamiiy m proper
trim. Rarely Dumas had a glimpse
of life when, la Les Mlserables, he
caused that f rich and noble lady, stir
red by the sight or abject poverty
and suaerlBg, to give In hor gener
osity to the great French derelict, a
golden manicure set.
Men who make good use ot their
lime nave none to spare.
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CHENALT & OR EAR
SOKE DASiT, MAYBE
ryl BESIDES THE
csptucwt 9tt pus AureocsTET sok es
We heard of a solicit wbe sever
says "thaafc yoar fearing hk ceetc
mer will get the Idea he aeede the
See The Advocate far prtetteg.
An electric fan is a simple de-V
vice but how valuable k its
cool breath on hot days! Tones
a switch and the whirr ot the
polished blades proclaims the
end of the torrid wave.
Cost about one-half
cent per hour
When you consider that thk
comfort-making servtc e costa
but a fraction of a cent an
bout, It seems strange that
anyone would do without IL
Sizes for home or
We carry different ske of
electric fans, suitable for heme
or business uses.
, fully guaranteed
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