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The Mt. Sterling advocate. (Mt. Sterling, Ky.) 1890-current, November 06, 1912, Image 3

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Mlr Qnice Phone 498 Residence, 24.
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Veterinarian
Office and Hospital on High Street -
Jffleo Phone 661 3 , KctldencotboneSSl.t
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Assistant State Veterinarian.
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TIME OF TRAINS AT MT. STERLING
In Effect Jane 2. 1917
(Subject to change without notloe)
LEAVE
For and From
ARRIVE
x 0:54 a m;
x 3:47 P. m
t 5:50 a. m.
Louisville
Louisville
Lexington
Lexington
Rothwell
New York
Wash'gton
I Norfolk
( Richmond
Hiuton
112:39 a.
x 9:37 p.
X 8:59 a.
X 75P
X i:S5P
x 6:54.
2:03 p. m.
t 9:30 a. tn.
5:12:39 V- m
x 9:37 p. m.
8:59 a. m.
x 347 P- ffl
Sleeping, Dining and Parlor Cars on
Express Trains.
Consult agents for particulars,
x Daily.
X Weekdays. ,
-iexiDgton & Eastern
Railway Company
Western Division
3Ba.st-Bo-b.a3.c3.
STATIONS
No. 2
Dallyi
P.M.
No. 4
Dally
A.M.
Lexington
Winchester ....
L. &"B. Junction , .
Clay'City. . , .
Campion Junction .
Torrent ..:...
Beattyville Junction
Athol .. . . . . . .
O. & KTJunction. .
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5:19
5:25
7:20
8:03
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9:27
9:44
10:04
10:30
10:57
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Jackson ,
Ar.jQuicksand
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No. 1
Dally
No. S
Dally
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STATIONS
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O. & K. Junction. .
Athol
Beattyville Junction.
Torrent
Campton Junction .
Clay City ,
L. & E. Junction . .
Winchester
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WHSTBOUND
No. 10
Daily
Ex. Sun,
No. 9
Dally
Ex. Sun.
STATIONS
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Jackson . . .
12:40 p m
12:12 "
12:12 pm
12:50 "
1:50 "
3:10 "
630 "
HadUix . . .
Whick. . .
Krypton , .
Hazard 1 . .
Whitesburg ,
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003fcT3r33C1,I03STS.
LEXINGTON Train No. 1 will make
connection at Lexington with the L. &
N. for Louisville, Ky. No. 3 will make
connection with the L. & N, at Winches
ter for Cincinnati, O,
CAMPTON JUNCTION Trains Nos.
I, 2, 3 and 4 will make connection with
Mountain Central Ry, to and from Camp
ion, Ky,
L, BEATTYVILLE JUNCTION Tralqs
Nos. 1, 2 and 3 will make connection
with the L. & A. Railway for Beattyville.
O. & K. JUNCTION Train No. 2, 3
and 4 will make connection with Ohio &
KestHcky Ry. for Caanel City, Ky. and
KK. stations,
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Gji, PaMenger Agent
ift Sale.
MONTGOMERY CIRCUIT COURT.
MARY A. TURLEY, Hxlrx., &c, Plffs
; vs.
faVme ;MAY TURLEY, &cV - DfU
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,(x Norica of Sams m Equity.
TySyMrtue of a Judgment and Order of
jfele'ef the Montgomery Circuit Court,
rendered "at the September Term, 1912,
thereof, in the above cause, the under
slgkVU will on the e
18th Day of November, 1912
at i o'clock p. m., or thereabout (being
Court-day), proceed to offer for sale at
public auction, to the highest bidder, on
a credit of 6 months, at the Court
house door, in the city of Mt. Sterling,
Kv.. the property mentioned In the Judg
ment, to-wit:
PARCEL NO. I., Being a storehouse
and dwelling adjoining the same, located
at Sideview, in Montgomery county, Ky.,
said store house and dwelling being rep
resented by two separate descriptions,
but constituting, however, in reanty but
one piece of property, as follows: Begin
ning at a stone on the east side of the
Mt. Sterling and North Middletown pike,
corner with W. P. Staggs, Carrington lot;
thence S. 34 E, 30 ft. to a stake, corner
to L. A. Bryant; thence N. 3d E. 50 ft. to
a stake, cottier to same; thence N. 44 W.
30 ft, to a stone In Staggs'ltne, corner to
same; thence S. 38 W. 50 ft. to the be
ginning, containing 1500 sq. ft. of land.
Also beginning at a set stone, corner to
the church lot in W. P. Staggs' line;
thence withsaid Staggs' line N. ,32 W.
7 to poles to "a slake, corner to said
Staggs! thence with his litle'Nv 41 W. 3 6
poles to a stone, corner to same; thence
with another of said Staggs' lines S.
4t W. ir.2 pofes to a point in the Mt.
Sterling and Paris pike; thence with said
pike S. 42 E. 3.6 poles to a point in the
east edge .of said pike; thence S. 32E.
7.10 poles 'to a stone, corner to east side
of pike, corner to church lot; thence
with said church' lot N. 42 E. 1 1.2 poles
to the beginning, containing I rood and
7 sq. poles of land. Said store house and
dwelling adjacent thereto are the same
property conveyed to J. H. Turley by
Thomas F. Trimble and wife, and de
scribed in deed dated Pecember 29, 1903,
and recorded in deed book 60, page 285,
in the Montgomery County Court Clerk's
office.
PARCEL NO. 2. Situated in Mont
gotnery county, Ky., and beginning at a
pofnt in the middle of the Mt. Sterling
and Paris pike, where the Sidevtew and
Aarons Run pike intersects said first
named road; thence with the middle of
the Sidview and Aarons -Run pike N.
77U E. 22.16 poles to an iron pin in the
middle of the turnpike, a corner made
for Gaitskill and Turley and Trimble;
thence leavine the turnpike S. 12K E.
8 32 poles to an iron pin in the middle of
the Mt. Sterling aim fans piice, a corner
made for said Gaitskill and Turley and
Trimble; thence with the middle of the
turnpike S. 82 W. 18 64 poles and N 75
W. 24 poles and N. 30 & W. , poles to
the beginning, and containing 95-100
of an acre of land, and being the same
land described in a deed from Thomas F.
Trimble and wife to James H. Turley,
dated December 29, 1903, and recorded
in deed book 60, page 285. in the Mont
gomery County Court Clerk's office.
PARCEL NO. 3 A certain house and
lot of, land, situated at Sideview, in
Montgomery county, Ky., on the waters
of Aaron's Run Creek and bounded as
follows: Beginning in the center of the
Mt. Sterling and North Middletown
turnpike road, corner with land of St.
Stephens Church; thence running south
169 ft. to corner with W. P. Staggs;
thence' running east 125 ft. to corner
with same; thence running north 238 ft.
to corner with said church lot; thence
running1 west 172 J$ ft. to the beginning,
containing abqnt 3-5 of an acre, and be
ing the same property conveyed to J. iH.
Turley by- Eva and Lewis Price by deed
dated February 8, 1902, and recorded in
deed book 59, page 128, in the Montgom
ery County Court Clerk's office.
The purchaser will be required to give
bond, with approved security, for the
payment of thepurchase money, to have
the force and effect of a replevin bond,
bearing legal interest from the day of sale,
according to law. Bidders will be pre-
pareq to comply witn tnese terms. A lien
will be retained on the land sold till all
the purchase money is paid. Bond pay
able to Master Commissioner.
JOHN A. JUDY,
17-3 Master Commissioner M. C. C.
Sheriffs Sale.
By virtue ot an Execution No. 152, di
rected to me, which issued from the
Clerk's office of? the Montgomery Circuit
Court, in favor of Augustus Wright &
Co. against M. C. Eersole, I, or one of
my deputies, will, on
Monday, November I8lh, 1912
between the hours of jo o'clock a. m. and
2 o'clock p. m., at the Court House door,
in Mt. Sterling, Montgomery county,
Ky., expose to public sale, to the highest
bidder, the following property, or so
much thereof as may be necessary to sat
isfy Plaintiff's debt, interest and costs,
to-wit:
SHuateVl in Montgomery county, Ky ,
and bounded as follows: On the east by
land of John Cole, on the west by county
road, on the north by lands of Lewis
Fisher, on the south by land of Frank
Conkrinht. and containing about 7; acres
of laud, more or 'less, and being the
same land conveyed to M. C. Eversole by
deed of VV. S. Cole, and wife, recorded in
deed book 4, page 564, of the Montgom
ery County Court Clerk's office.
Plaintiff's debt, interest and cost.
$a55.70.
Levied on as the property of M. C.
Eversole.
TERMS Sale will be made on a credit
of thr.ee months; the purchaser to execute
bond, with approved security, to have
the force and effect of a Replevin BoryL
WitaeM ay hand thls'aSth day of Octo-
br,I9l2 . - '
I7-3t " W. F. CROOKS,
SWift MoatgeiMry oeuaiv.
's Saje.
MONTGOMERY CIRCUIT COURT
W. H. WOOD, Gda. &c, - Plaintiffs
vs.
RUSSELL COX,' &c, - - Defendants
,
" NOTICS OP SAtB IN EQUITV
By virtue of a Judgment and Order of
Sale of the Montgomery Circuit Court,
rendered at the' September Term. 1012.
thereof,. iiU the above cause, the under-
sigtiedwill.on the
18th Day of November, 1912
at i o'clock, p, in., or thereabout, (being
Court day), proceed to offer for sale at
Public Auction, toi'the highest bidder, on
a credit of and 12 niopths, at the Court
liodsc door, in tnc city ot mi. sterling,
Ky., the property mentioned in the Judg
ement, to-wit r
No. I. Being a house and lot described
as follows Situated on the west side of
Queen street, in Mt. Sterling, Ky., and
bounded1 as fo!16ws! On the cast by
Queen street, on the south by I. F. Jones,
on the west by Mrs. Mary Matthews
and on the north by the lot of Mrs.
Charley Reis, subject however to an case
ment for the use Of alleyway on south
side of lot to the occupants of Jones
property, and being the same property
conveyed by Effie '1 hnrp and husband to
Regina Cox and others by deed duted
14th May, 1901, and recorded in deed
book No. 59 at page No. 26, and also
same property conveyed by Carry Cox
and others by Master Commissioner to
Russell and Alma Cox, recorded in Com
missioner's, deed book 4 at page 540,
Montgomery Cyounty Court Clerk's office.
No 2. Being a lot of land with the
improvements thereon, lying on the east
side of Queen street, in Mt, Sterling,
Ky., and ounded on the north by the
property of Mary and Bettie Catringtou.on
the east by property formerly owned and
occupied by Charley Evans, on the south
by the property of Mrs. W. T. Fitzpatrick
and on the west by Queen street, and be
ing the same property which passed by
devise to Regina Cox and others under
will of B. F. Cox, which is recorded in
will book G, page 424, and the saine
property allotted to Regina Cox and oth
ers in the settlement of the estate of B.
F. Cox, to which reference is made, and
same property conveyed by Carry Cox,
etc., by Commissioner to Russell and
Alma Cox and recorded in Commission
er's deed book No. 4, page 540, Mont
gomery County Court Clerk's office.
The purchaser will be required to give
bond, with approved 'security, for the
payment of the purchase money, to have
the force and effect of a replevin bond,
bearing legal interest from the day of
sale, according to law. Bidders will be
firepared to comply with these terms. A
ien will be retained on the land sold
till all the purchase money is paid. Bond
payable to Master Commissioner.
JOHN A. JUDY,
I73t Master Commissioner M. C. C.
Coraraissiofler's Saie.
MONTGOMERY CIRCUIT COURT
TURNER THOMAS,
vs.
LEAH CROOKS -
- Plaintiff
Defendant
Notice of Sai,e in Equity.
By virtue of a Judgment and Order of
Sale of the Montgomery Circuit Court,
rendered at the September Term, 1912,
thereof, in the above cause, the under
signed will, on the
18th Day of November, 1912
at I o'clock, p. in., or thereabout, (be
ing Court Day , proceed to offer for sale
at Public Auction, to the highest bidder,
on a credit of six months, at the 'Court
House door, in Mt. Sterling, Ky., the
property mentioned in the Judgment.
to-wit:
Situated in Mt. Sterling. Ky. froriting
on utgn street, peginuing at a stone in
Beniatniu Tinton'a northeast corner on
High street; thence eastwardly 19 feet to
a btone corner to Daniel Jones; thence
southwardly 30 feet to a stone, corner
to same; thence westwardly 19 feet to a
stone in Benjamin Tipton's line; thence
nortnwaraiy with his line to the begin
ning. The purchaser will be required to give
bond, with approved .security, for the
payment of the purchase money, to have
the force and effect of a replevin bond,
bearing legal interest from the day of
sale, according to law. Bidders will be
firepared to comply with these terms. A
Ien will be retained on the land sold
till all the purchase money is paid. Bond
payable to Master Commissioner.
OHN A. JUDY,
17-3 Master Commissioner M, C. C.
farm for Sale.
I offer for sale privately my
farm of 144 acres, all good tobacco
land, located on Donaldson creek,
in Clark county, 4 miles from
North Middletown and 10 miles
from Mt. Sterling. Finodrinking
and everlasting stock water; well
fenced; near church and school,
Has dwelling pf 9 rooms, 2 halls, 2
verandas, and all outbuildings, 2
large tobacco barns, stock barn, etc.
' H, 0. GflLLASPIE,
R. F. D.No.'i, -.Winchester; Ky
East Tennessee phone No. 28,
Wades Mill Exchange. 11-tf
fwSale. ,;
r solid walnut wardrbbi in good
condition, dpply at this office.
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Manufactures and the Railways.
According to the estimates of the
national wealth ofHho United States
made by the Bureau of the Census
llle Value of the railways increased
bu'C littlo moro than half as fast as
the value of all property from 1890
tq 1904.
' v From 1900 to 1910 the capital
yalue of agriculture increased from
$20,439,901,164 to $40,991,449,090;
the capital value of manufactures
from $8,975,256,000' to $18,428,
270,000; the cost of road and equip
ment of the rail way's from $10,263,
313,400 to $14,387,816,099.
The gross value of tho products
of manufacture increased from
$11,406,927,000 in 1900 to $20,
672,052,000 in 1910. Tho total
operating revenues of tho railways
increased from $1,487,044,814 to
$2,750,667,435. Thus tho increase
of 81.2 per cent in the gross value
of manufactured products was ac
companied by an increase of 105.3
per cent in manufacturing capital;
while the increase of 85 per cent in
the total operating revenues of the
railways was accompanied by an
increase of only 40.2 per cent in
their cost of road and equipment.
Tho capital value of agriculture
includes all farm property, land,
buildings, implements, machinery,
and live stock as enumerated by
the census. -The capital value of
manufactures, as defined by the
census, includes the value of prop
erty employed for the purpose of
production, excepting rented prop
erty, but does not include any al
lowance for patent rights or good
will. The capital value of the
railways used in this comparison is
the "cost of road and equipment"
as it stands on their books and as
reported by them to tho Interstate
Commerce Commission.
The report of tho Bureau of the
"Census for 1900 indicated that the
gross capitalization of tho indus
trial combinations then in existence
was more than twice as great as
their capital value. The gross
capitalization of tho railways was
about 12 per cent creator than the
cost of road and equipment in 1900
and 28 per cent greater in 1910.
The net capitalization of the rail
ways, which is the amount for
which they are responsible to tho
public, almost exactly coincided in
1910 with tho cost of road and
equipment.
Because of the peculiar nature of
the industry, it is impracticable to
arrive at a satisfactory and com
parable estimate of the net return
on the capital in agriculture. The
greater similarity of tno manufac-
tuiing and railway industries per
mits estimates of tho return on
capital that in a broad and general
way are comparable.. Approxi
mately, the percentage of net re
turn on the capital value of manu
iaccures m iyuuwas rr.iiy per
cent and that on the cost of road
and equipment of the railways
4.650 per cent. In 1910, when the
capital value of manufactures had
increased 105.3 per cent, the per
centage of net return was 12.041
per cent, while on tho cost of road
apd equipment of the railways,
which had increased 40.2 per cent,
the'percentago of net return was
5.729 per cent. That is, in 1900
tho percentage of net return on
capital in manufactures was nearly
four times as great as that on the
cost of road and equipment of the
railways; in 1910 it was over twice
as great. In both cases tho inter
est on capital is included in net re
turn. While these comparisons are
subject to qualification, it is not
believed that, were absolutely ac
curate and comparable data avail
able, there would bo any substan
tial' change in tho general conclu
sions.
These facts and figures which
are based on official statistics of tho
United States Government are
from the just issued Bulletin No.
39 'of, the Bureau of Railway Economics.
Don't put up your pickles and
catsups without Heinz Pickling
VinKar sure keepei at
. Grew wade's.
ffiurley jCoosq jCeaf jfcouse
Incorporated
MT. STERLING, KY.
This house is owned and managed by Fanners and run in
the interest of tobacco growers. Wc can sell your tobacco
as high as any market, because all the big manufacturers
will have buyers on our floor. Experienced men employ
ed to handle your tobacco to the best advantage.
Rejection FREE.
You Get Ydur Money
the day tobacco is sold. Give ua a trial and jou will be
satisfied not only with courtesies shown, but with the price
your crop brings.
First Sale, November 30th
Burley Loose Leaf Co.
Jno. H. Blount, Secretary Asa Bean, Manager
B. F. Mark,
17-3m
Following the "14 Important Improve
ments" of 1912, the Hendee Mfg. Com
pany announce no less than a dozen ad
ditional new features in their 1913 model
of the Indian Motorcycle.
By far the most significant feature of
the new machine is the Cradle Spring
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radical departure from the conventional
bicycle and recent motorcycle systems of
"springing." Briefly, the new device
consists of the application to the rear
wheel of the Indian Cradle Spring device
as used on the front fork for the
three years.
past
Extending back horizontally from the
frame joint cluster under the saddle,
flanking the rear mud guard, are two 7
leaf Chrone Vanadium steel springs. The
"C" shaped curls at the rear end of
these springs are connected by stays to
bell cranks on which the rear axle is
hung. The forward end of the rear fork
has a hinge joint which enable the rear
wheel to yield to imperfections of road
surface. All shocks are completely ab
sorbed by the leaf springs. The rear
wheel can go through almost any vertical
motion without affecting the body of the
1913 Models of The Indian
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In addition to the Cradle Spring Frame,
the 1913 Indian embodies 10 other im
portant improvements which will-be ap-
predated by motorcycle riders in general. '
Prices remain the same as last year.
New style, single clinch rims; larger
tires, wider mud guards front and rear
with larger splashes; casing for upper
stretch of transmission chain and curve
of sprocket; larger luggage carrier in
rear, fitted to all models; tfoot rests, as
well as pedals, fitted to regular 4 h. p.
and 7 h. p. models; foot brake lever fitted
on left side now operates band brake as
well as the pedal action; larger size mul
tiple disc clutch now fitted to all models
alike; improved Indian type saddle.
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and finished in Indian red only.
3RATKD
Mt. Sterling, Ky.
THIS AD.
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