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NJ3W ERA FARMER
This is the season of the yeur
for Mnple syrup hut very little
of this old time sweet is now
produced in this county. There
are now but very few trees, most
of them having died out and no
young ones planted to take their
pluce. This should not be the
case. A sugar camp is always a
profitable investment, us it is no
hindrance to the growth of grass.
The writer always manages to
spare every young sugar maple
so in a few years we will have
several hundred trees large e
nougli to tap for sugar water. It
is a source of much pleasure to
us as well as profit to attend a
Set your stakes for some defi
nite improvement on your place
t-lns year. Alter the fences to
make the fields more convenient ;
remodel the inside of the barn to
save every step possible; fix up
a sytem of waterworks that will
ease the housewife's load; put
another window where it. will let
the sun into the sitting-room;
change the garden patch so tliut
it will be nearer the kitchen
door; set. some new rose bushes
and some early peaches and up
pies. Stop drifting along in the
"good enough" way and go to
paddling Southern Agricultu
rist. Things are fast changing in the
agricultural world. A few years
ago a speaker in one of Powell
county's Furmers' Institutes said
lime might, be needed on some
land, but in applying it the
farmer was as apt to get too
much as enough or not quite c
nougli, so he advised against, the
use of it. Agricultural writers
now claim we cannot grow clov
er, alfalfa, peas, beans, corn or
any other crop well without lime.
The New Era Farmer believes
lime, has a great value in it for
the soil and advises its appli
cation How many farmer readers have
left valuable pieces of machinery
out. to take the weather over the
winter? Front what wo can see
a good many of them have. This
should not be. No funning uten
sils should be bought until a
pluce to house them has been
provided. It is cheaper to cit
down a tiee, make boards, and
cover a shed to protect whit im
plements we have than it is to
buy now ones every few years be
cause they have rusted and rotted
out for t lie want of the proper
Speakers are out in some sec
tions of hu Stitte tiyiui: to teach
our furincis how to grow' corn.
In many instances these speakers
do not look to ur like they ever
hoed a hill of corn in their liver.
They are fulfilling their mission
however drawini: hit: salaries.
I.uet week was u L'ood time to
'"' winter oats. They make
mote lr;iw and outs lift than
fprjii'.'. noil sin m I (1 be nunc ex
tensively miwii. This latitude is
a liille ii.i. fur north to sow them
in the full, but they do well miwii
this curly in the spring.
How i. uiiir winter wheat mid
i voer.. V We fear ton many of
i;ir reuiit rs h iven't got tiny Mich
f t';' Zm'UW,v,,
Prizes o! $1,000.00 In dold.
The Lexington Lender lina started
n Pookiovers' Contest. It is really
more of n game thnn a contest, ns
there is no solicitation or canvassing,
ami anybody living In Kentucky who
takes the Leader mny compete. Prizes
nmoticting to 1,C00 in gold will be a
warded to those who guess tho greatest
number of book titles represented by
pictures. Following is a list of the
First Prize . . $500 In gold.
Second Prize . . 100 in go d.
Third Prize . . 50 in go d.
Fourth Prize . . 60 in gold.
Fifth Prize . . 26 in gold.
Sixth Prize . . 25 in go d.
Seventh Prize . . 25 in gd.
Eighth Prize . . 25 in go d.
Ten of $10 each . . 100 in gold.
Twenty of $5 each . 10) in gold.
Total prizes . . $1,000 in gold.
Contests of this character have prov
en intensely popular in the larger cit
ies all over tho country, as guessing
the titles of the hooks is great fun and
everybody has a chance. The contest
will run 11 weeks, 77 pictures in all,
and tho Leader is making a special rate
of $1.50 for the AfternAon and Sunday
editions till June 1, covering the period
of the contest, the examination of the
answers and the awarding of the
Send subscriptions direct to the Lex
ington Leader, Lexington, Ky. , with
out delay, so as to start in with the be
ginning of the contest. If you want
more particulars before subscribing
drop a postal card to the Leader.
As Sheriff of Powell County, I
will on Monday the 3rd day of
marc.., JUio, u,c '
-.r.,0 .4 .1... r.... U ..J
Door in Stanton, Powell County,
Kentucky, between the hours of 10
o'clock a. m and 4 o'clock p m.,
sell to the highest and best bidder
for cash in hand the following de
scribed property, or so much there
of, as may be necessary to satisfy
the taxes due thereon, for the year
1012. Sale to cover penalty, inter
est and cot
Precinct No. 1.
Adams, Alvin, U. Land,
A int. 8100, adjoins unit., pen
ally und cost, 8 G 27
Berry John, and Letcher Dal
ton, 125 a anit. 500, ndj Sum
Fly no, unit, penalty and cost, 12.03
llrown. .lames, It, land, 104,
ndj. Sunt Garrett, uint. penal
ty and cost, 5.54
Kvermnn Sarah, fiO.i 150, adj
S. Auldredge, amt penalty unit
COat. o 85
Kvermnn Piclinrd .10u 100 adj
JoTaylor, unit penalty and cost 'l.Si
Hcnsley Fulton, Klju 104 adj
Tom Uaker, amt penalty audcost f 54
KingWiliaui, 100a, 120. adj
SttowCrk. Hint penult) and cod ." 01)
Preciixt No. 2.
Adams, Gn en, Jr., 1 town lot
100 adj. 2 1.1
Anderson, Geo., 15 e, 40, adj
Bill l.uiiib, anit poind and ciit 4.JS
U.iotb Henry 25tt 00. adj Sum
ISrum'eiihurg, unit. penally und
cost, t o )()
Coiih i- F G, :10a .M0, ndj Jus.
Utile, nun penally und e.int 10.80
Diitniwaj Willis, It. lam), 200
ndj. IiillNcal, allium, t, penalty
und cot, ' 0.S2
Holder Chin ley, 2."m,.ri0, dj
K K-imIiiII, unit, penal, and cost j.'JO
Powell Mnry A, .Mu 400, adj.
J. Hodge, unit, penal, umicori 2
Pteeinct No. .'I.
Miller. S J, 20!l.i 800, adj Itch
Uuy. iiiooiml penalty uml cost 1,1 I
Spencer, Jasper Jill :)() ndj
G. S. Spurlock, amount pemib
ly and cost ' a 74
WEST MAUET rMCE
gm rH uw run
Consolidated Casualty Co.,
It. 1000, adj. W. Hi Crowe,
amount penalty and interest,822.8o
Hatton, L. G., 75a 300, ad
joins II. Townsend, unit, pen
alty and coat, o 51
James Luther, 50 100, adj
Wm. Brisco, amt. penalty and
cost 5 50
M.illins, Geo., 40 a 100 adj
Wm. Baker, amount penalty
und cost 5.50
Meadows E K.'200a 400 adj v
Wm. Craotree, amount penal
ty and cost ' 9 94
Sullivan, MarthaJ 300a 250,
adj. Furnace, amount penalty
and cost 4.88
Townsend, Goe.Sa 75, adj.
Green Adams, amount penalty
and cost 5.10
Townsend, Henry, It , 150,
adj. S. V. Wesson", amount
penalty and cost G. 10
.White, Wm. 20a 50, ndj. Dan
Abner, amt. penalty and coBt 4.85
Precinct No. 5.
Baker, J. VV, Clay City lot
SO, adjoining'' Pennlty and
cost - 5 00
Bellis. J. T., 1 Clay City lot
150, penalty and cost 3 0!)
Flincheni,.Bid,74a 50, ndj
John Bingo, venaliy and cost 2.20
Groves, Lou, 1 Clay City lot
500, t.enalty and cost 0 80
Muncy Roberty:4a 100, adj.
Jus.Woolery, penalty and cost o.5.("'
T.vle Wm 1 Clay City let
100 pen -and cost 3.05
Muncy Jtsse, An 50, adj. I-
saac Muncy, penalty and cost 4.7o
Mauppin Derdaricus, 1 Clay
City lot, 150, penalty and cost 3.5!i
Martin J. H. 1 Cay City
lot 100. penalty abd cost 4 15
Von I P.Fnllno'9 Plo. I 'it..
ot8 yoo penalty arid cot '4 08
"- W"V "l
Rucher A., 3 town lots 150
penalty and cost . 4.08
Stokley Elijah Clay City
kits 200 ponulty aud cost G.27
Tipton J. W.ifBowen lot
400 penal, ami cWf? 9:84
Walters Jas SOuO pena).
urd cost 4.4.u
Barnett Wm oailiO ndj IJ S
Howell GardnerfTOu 140 a-lj
Furnace pen. and "cost
Hood Geo 25a 160 adj
pen and cost.
Kincaid J. S. GQa, 150 adj
Grant Baker pen. and .oit
Puckett J H Boun; HK) adj
Tom Curtis pen und cost
Tipton M K 30a 100 adj B S
Burgher pen and cott
Ashley John 400a 400 adj
Nick Rogers pen and cost 11.87
Ashley Mary IBu 50 tidj
John Ashley pci and cost
Brewer Jetty 100a 100 adj
bam JWclvuubb pen, and cost
Jtoyd Sarah N. Boun. 400.1
400 adj .lolinuthuiijBoyt1 pen.
ai.l cost , '
Knox Carl 80a 300 adj Sid
Knox pen and cost
Means Cleveland 2a 125
udj pen and cost
Townsend Mursh'ull.lOOa 100
adj Bill Townsend;;pen und
cost ' 5.47
Townsend Wm Sr,2()0a 200
adj Wm Mays penand cost 0.82
l-'riend Sid 100a 1.00 adj Crit
Knox, amt. penaltyand cost 5.47
Hall W S, 30a 80, adj Dil
lard Hall, amt. penalty andiost 5. 22
IUI1 R. G, B lOO'adjniuliii;
unit, peiiulty and, cost 5. 17
Knox O A, 40a vjW,:.adJ Sid
Friend, uuii", penal con t 4.C8
Meadows, A J. 50450 dj.
Wm. A'eadows, uiuiiMSt penal
ty and w Y'" 4 85
Meadows )'m, 30.130 ndj
Fred Kinser, mouRt4i' cnahy
and cost v 5.72
Meadows L(J, Guardian ,r3u
00 udj J B Rogers a'mt ptnnl
t.v and vwt ' S.HI
Puttoii Vhm J fita; dj
Piofltt J. M 40a 140 ndj G
Woodward amt pen and cost 0.01
Powell A T 40a 80 ndj (I
Potnell amt pen and cost o 22
Spencer D V boun. 300 ndj
Ira Profitt amount pen and
cost S. lo
Wasson Sarib 30a 30 ndj
Paul Howell aim pen and cost 1.8
BurbnpeJaines 58a 100
udj Charley Pat ton unit pen
and cost 0.47
Fox Alexandra 800a 000
adj T Cliauey amt. pen and
Brown Joseph 25u 100 adj
Edwin Rose unit pen and
cost . 5.48
Noe Armstead 50a 100 adj
T E East in uint pen and cost 4.85
Taylor Abe 22a 50 adj E
It Reynolds unit peuulty and
cost, . -l o
T. O. HALL,
Sheriff Powell iNninty.
$ 1 00 Reward!
Will be paid to any person having any
kind of pain or ache if Sliipp'e (iulck
Kclief Liniment fails to give instant re
lief and the purchase price is not re
funded. Try il and see. 50c. At All
and McCaU Patterns
Umre More Friend than any other
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monthly in oqe million one hundred
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Sto Monr and Kp in StrU by nib
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only 50 cents year. Including any one of
the celebrated McCall Patterns free.
McCall Pattern Lead all others In style,
lit. simplicity, economy and number sold..
More dealers sell McCall Patterns than any
other two makes combined. None higher Ihaif
I cents. Buy Iroro your dealer, or by mail train,
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properlv placed, not only enrrics olT
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It improves any soil. The Incieaco
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