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jflle, N. C,
.pending several weeks.
jF. Sanders and family
In Montgomery coecty to the
Hnghart residence In this town
Misses Maggie D. and Minnie
Mclatyre, of Lexington, came last
Frldav as euests of Miss Sallie
Caldwell. Miss Minnie returned
Mr. and Mrs. S. S. Ralls have
I returned from Rochester, Minn.,
II where Mrs. Ralls underwent an
operation at Mayo Brothers Hospit
al and Is now getting along nicely.
(f Mr. and Mrs. Adrian B. Ratlin"
and daughters, Martha Ball and
Lucy Talbot are spending a few
days with the former's parents.
Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Ratliff, until
they get possession of the Brown
Rev. H. C. Rainey and daugh
ter, Mrs. George K. Weinlng, who
have been living in this city for the
past three years, left last Friday
for Bartlesvllle, Okla., where they
formerly resided, to again take up
their home. Both are natives o
Kentucky, but lived foi many year:
In the West. They have man,
friends in this section who w:
learn of their departure with con
siderable regret. Mt. S. t e r 1 lug
Mrs. H. T. Hopkins was host
a number of filends Tuesday
afternoon at a mosfpleasant George
Wanhlneton card luncheon. Toe
rooms were beautifully .decorat
with the national colors. U.
:gs and caranatlons, and an
elegant luncheon was served. The
tally cards were appropriate to the
occasion, and each guest was pre---seated
with caranatlons and a flag
as favors. Misses Mary Woodson
vBarnes and May Moffett and Mrs.
Waller Sharp assisted the hostess
I will be home the last of this
week'with a line of Spring Hats,
ad will give yon lowest cash
orkes, as I shall dispense with
bookkeeping, statements, etc., giv
ing my customers the benefit of
adv Mrs. J. J. Mathews.
T..O. Ralls, c! I. .cure, sold
"ecently to thi Mi- srsbnrg Coal &
Smber Com) -jut one 2-year-old
re mule at $2 This is said
to be one of the best mules in the
Dr. C. W. Compton, , the
terllng dentist who mado profes
sional visits here until recently, has
purchased a Metzyautomoblle and
is now cinuyiuK iubi du-iu-ubic
etbod of traveling.
At Master Commissioner's sale
at Mt. Sterling, J. M. Hntsell
bought the Frances Fesler farm;
on the Maysvllle pike In Mont
gomery county, .containing 153
acres, at $114 55 per acre
A large transfer of Nicholas
county land was made recently
when 557 acres of the estate of
George W. Bramblett, deceased.
in the neighborhood of East Union
were sold to various parties for a
total of $32,355-
County Judge G
mlck, of near Mt
was so seriously injured at a cross-
lne by a C. & O. train two month
ago, when bis daughter, Miss Flor
ence McCormlck, was killed, I:
now able to be out.
R. O. Duncan, of Nicholas coun
ty. sold his farm at Parks Hil
containing 120 acres, to J. W,
Tedder, of near this town, for $1
cash In hand and a note for $3,450.
Mr. Tedder will take possession a
once. Mr. Duncan will move to
A. B. Ratliff. of near Mt
ling, recently sold 54 sllo-fed cattle,
cents. Tills Is of
pounds, at 8
interest to far
mers who have been anxious to
know the results of experiments in
silos. Mr. Ratliff is entirely satis
fied with the manner in which the
stock took on flesh from the silo
Mrs. F. J. Cheek, of Danville,
will furnish a room in the W. M
Massie Memorial Hospital at Paris
to perpetuate the name ol he lath
er. the late James W. Ingles, who
was one of the pioneer and suc
cessful business men of Paris.
Her husband, Rev. Dr. F. J.
Cheek, was pastor of the Presby
terian church here lor many years.
FOR SALE Two hives of
bees and r bee hive; cheap. Mrs.
J. S. Sharp. adv
The beautiful, mild spring-like
weathet that prevailed last week,
with a temperature each day far
above the normal, was succeeded
Sunday by wintry weather again,
and there was a snowfall Sunday
d pas. awher husband
iylrg b ik. He was a far
mVr .ud, beat- :s his wife, is sur-
t 'kl.ji by two ss
TVs oBrt One .Uuu. i Z -' n Kwsrd for ur
C4M ol aunt Uu' catool bo cured br Ilsll's
K TEY & CO.. Toledo. O.
Vfe. the nnderrifneu t -j Vnown jr. J. Cbener
lot tie lut 19 ma an . S s blm perfectly hon
orable Is sll business t. icUotu ud tasaeUUr
1M1 to carry out snr obUctttoct made br til arm.
mill Catarrh Cure Is Ufcra taternanr. aettnr
idlreetlT upon the blood and Hueous surfaces ol the
rjroem. Teurauais sens tree, mn i . cents per
bottle. Bold br sll Dructfta.
Till lull's Ftmllr PUIS lor cootUpttloo.
The Bath Circuit Court adjourn
ed last Friday morning at O wings
vllle, after being In session only
four days. The g-.W jury re
turned fifty five.in if ?.
The cases again - ...e thirty
efght striking Rose I. an iron mi
ners were continued to the May
term of court. The miners were
ready for trial, but the Common
wealth asked for a continuance
because of the absence of impor
f A.n oia negro woman, iirani
rWilkerson. was tried on the charge
Allen McCor- fof killing her husband, Press " Wil
Sterllne, wholrkerson. On the last November
election day Press went to his
home, near Olymplajf drunk. His
wife upbraided him for getting
drunk, whereupon Press handed
her a shotgun and told her, to shoot
him. She did so, killing him in-
tantly. She was given a sentence
f f mm tnrn fr (m.ntutm VHre In
he penitentiary. . i
John Sandy and William acnuiz
were Indicted lor the murder ot
Herbert Reed, who was shot by
Sundy on the evenlne of last No
's vember 21 at Bald Eaele and died
he following night at the home of
1 Ills father, Charles R. Reed.
rahooting was done with a 38 caliber
revolver, without provocation, and
Sundy was under the influence ot
liquor at the time. Schutz's alleg
ed part In the affair Is that hi called
Reed out of the church, ner which
the shooting was done, and that he
gave Snndy the pistol with which
the killing was done.
The grand jury also investigated
the assassination of W. T. Staton,
who was found shot to death In
the public road about 2 miles south
of Preston early on the morning of
last September 30
Court convened again Monday
morning for the trial of some civil
Important to Mothra.
Sxtmlne cvefullr ererr bottls of C ASTORIA,
a ui o sad tire remedr (or tnf uU sad children,
and see thit It
la Use For Over 30 Years.
The Klnrl You IUto AIwsji Soorht.
Old papers for sale at this office.
ropetly do the work WL
i command! them to 1
rain and struggle' so hard In fact i ..
tnev affect the' tired nerves, an .
only cause headaches, " which this 's ,
me most iruuiui ca- - - ir nut me r
tire nervous system t press-i.e
which extends to the ' m- and di
gestive organs, and b, jrs on nausea
What eye specialist Is there who has
not heard from his patient. "Why, I
had.no idea In the world that It could
be my eyes." There are many physi
cians. In fact, who look to the eyes for
one of the first causes ot stomach
It Is perfectly amazing In reviewing
the progress of science, surgery and
medicine in the last fifty years, that the
method of correcting eye affections,
even of the simplest kind, seem to have
been entirely overlooked.
Science in physiology is correcting
deformities which Ubed t require har
nesses or mechanical support. Surges
Is correcting displacements which here
tofore caused life-long confinement.
Physicians are departing more and
more from the old-fashioned practice
of continual drugging, and using more
rational methods of restoring and pre
But, until the recent discovery of this
system of exercisn to whioh I refer, no
matter how simple your eye-trouble
was, you were told that you had to wear
now eye-glasses are not necessarily to
e despised. They are a great lnven-
Ion In their way; so .ore crutches.
Hut you would not relish the antici
pation that you bad to use crutches all
your life; nor would you. Just as soon
s your sprained ankle, for Instance.
as in condition to stand it. your doctor
ould instruct you. to touch It to the
round gradually; mid exercise it to
ring back the normal circulation nec
essary to enable you to discard your
crutch. Exactly the same with a
broken arm; exercise It as soon as
possible to bring it back to normal.
The wearing of eye-glasses Is just
exactly like using a' crutch for life. In
stead of growing stronger by their use,
the eyes grow weaker, and you probably
are well aware f ' ) fact that In order
to see perfeotl. t.i wearer of glasses
must change th' from time to time
for new and strc -t ones.
Let us see whu tborltles say on the
subject of eye issage: Poctor De
8chwelnlU. of Ph r.delphla, Professor
of Ophthalmology iu Jefferson College,
makes the statement that in treating so
serious a condition as dreaded cataract
of the eye, massage 'of the eye-ball "has
been followed by improvement in vision
and deepening of the anterior chain-
ber." The Medlca Itecord, in vrltlnir
of the same seriou 'ment, urges the
great value of "any i -ans that would
bring an increased 1 supply" and
considers h' '''he feasible plan
seems to bt properly-a, i d massage,"
'It would ot courac oe impossible to
satisfactory or even safely give this
mssage (or exercise) with the bands,
but this prpblem was succe-'ully solv
ed a' few yesrs ago by a Nrw York
Specialist, SffO realized thru xpcrlence
jiow many troubles of the eyes re u'4 be
quickly corrected bv this metUu i.
The greatest and most practical In
ventions usually seem the simplest and
most obvious once they become Vnown,
nd this one is no exception to ir - rule.
So simple is p hat anyone can v ,e t in
their own home without Instruct' .. yet
It Is so safe fhat there is not the .slighl?
est cnance qi giving me eyes anyininp
but great benefit, no matter how Jon'
they may have been affected.
This system of exercise Is fully t
I would kit
are indebted to
office of W. R.
and give you a
Some have xtspb
ly to my request,
Pleas: heed this,
all at the
a few have
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The undersigned will offer for
sale at public outcry, at the court
house door in Owlngsvllle, Bath
county, Ky.. on MONDAY,
MARCH 10, 1913, to secure the
payment of delinquent taxes, the
property named below. The costs
of advertising will be added to
each amount due
24-27 Sheriff of Bath County.
Hamilton, J. C, 1,217 acres,
arlj T. P .Young's Heirs $968.15
Hanley Alex, 17 acres,
adj T. H. Thompson. . . .
Johnson, Silas, N. R., 15
acres, anj D. T. Duncan
Scott, W. H N R :c,it,
18 acres, adj Mrs. Laura
Ssott, W. H.. N. R. t9i2,
8 acres, anj Mrs. Laura
Hall, Susau, 1 town lot in
Sharpsburg . . .-.
Henry, Jesse, N. R , 3 acres
adj Crlt Line
Jones, George, 1 town lot in
Lane, Charles, N. K , 1 acre
afj Roe Botts 2.53
Lewis, Andy, 1 town lot in
Mason, George, iacrearj
A. G. Spralt
Warner, Mollle, acre adj
Sirah E Gllvlu
Sweeney. Win., 10 acres, adj
C. Cannon 6.40
. rtunbo, Alice, K acre, adj
ry J. Whaley 2 15
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Ask your neighbor about
We also have a full line of
Flour. Meal, Coal. Shipstuff,
Hay, Corn, Oats, Lime. Cement,
and Graham Flcttr.
All of our goods are at the
lowest market prices, or will ex
change for any farm produce.
Our mill and its products are
at your command.
H. T. HOPKINS. Prop.
GEO. SPEITH, Mgr.
Phone 17 and your order will
receive prompt attention.
Sharpsburg, - Kentucky
Hand us that dollar, please.
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