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M DR. a. W. COMPTON
Fitt Stirling National Bank Dldg.
M t Sterling, Kentucky.
Office: Court St, opposite Court
r Heme, Samuels Building, front room up-
DR. G. M. HORTON
Office at Peed & Horton's Livery Stable
fif. ' Office I'none 49a Kesiuence, za.
Calls answered Promptly-!
DR. W. B. ROBINSON
Offlco and Hospital on Hldh Street
idfllco Phono 551-3
ltcaldcnco t'hono 551-2
Calls amwered promptly Examinations free
Assistant State Veterinarian.
Gtapke k OI110 Railway
'TIME OF TRAINS AT JIT. STERLING
In Effect June 2. 1912
(Sub) cot tq change without notloe)
x 6:54 a- m
x 3t47 p. m.
5:50 a. m,
t 2:03 p.
lis1 l"t 9:30 a- W'
112:39 p. m,
x 9:37 p. m.
X 8:59 a. m.
For and From
112:39 a. m
x 9:37 p. m
t 8:59 a. m
t 7:05 p. m
t 155 P. m.
x 6:54 a. m.
x 3:47 p. m.
' Sleeping, Dining and Parlor Cars 8n
Consult agents for particulars.
$ Lexington & Eastern
" ! n
Winchester . 1 . .
L. & E. Junction . .
Clay City ..-..
Campion Junction .
Beatty ville Junction
O. & K. Junction. .
Xt. Quicksand . ...
O. & K. Junction. .
" Beattyville Junction.
" Campton Junction .
" L. & E. Junction. .
Ar. Lexington ....
Jackson , .
Haddlx . .
12:40 p m
11:40 a m
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, a, 3 and 4 will make connection with
Mountain Central Ry. to and from Camp
BKATTY VILLE JUNCTION Trains
Nes 1, 3 and 3 will make connection
with the L. & A. Railway for Beattyville.
s O. &tC JUNCTION Train No. 3,
ly, aiid No 4. y except Sunday,
1 wake eoaneciKM wua u. x .. mil
way fw CaaMl City aad O. & K. sUttoaa.
Gen. PMnKMr Agent
ABOUT THE "BLUES"
What is known m the "Blue"
IcseMoni occasioned by actual exist
lag external conditions, but In the
great majority of case by a dU-
rfwtd LIVER. -
TI1I5 IS A FACT
which may be demonstra
ted by trying a course of
' They control and regulate the LIVER.
They brlngliopeanaoouyancyio 1110
mind. They bring health and elastic
ity to the body.
TAKE NO SUBSTITUTE.
By virtue ot an Execution No. 151, di
rected 10 tne, which issued from the
Clerk's office of the Montgomery Circuit
Court, in favor of Consolidated Coal
Co. against Mrs. Carrie Chick, I, or one
of my deputies, will, on
Monday, December IGlli, 1912
between the hours of 10 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,
Two coal carts.
One set cart harness.
One lot on south side of High street, in
Mt Sterling, Ky , bonnded on the north
by High street, east by B. F. Settles
(now Lloyd,) south by same and west by
National Hotel property, having a front
age of 50 feet and a depth of 145 feet,
and being same property conveyed to
Mrs. Carrie Chick by S. W. Gaitskill and
wife by deed dated January 9!, 1900, and
recorded in deed book 57, page 164,
Montgomery County Court Clerk's office.
This lot is sold subject to mortgage of
Jasper Owens for 800, of date August
19, 191 1, and recorded in mortgage book
20, page 180, same clerk's office.
Amount of debt, interest and costs so
ordered to be made, $258.52.
Levied on as the property of Mrs.
TERMS Sale will be made on a credit
of three months; the purchaser to execute
bond, with approved security, to have
the force and effect of a Replevin Bond.
Witness my hand this 20th day of No
2i-3t W. F. CROOKS,
Sheriff Montgomery county.
Once more a young and mighty
nation pauses a moment in its noisy
toil to give thanks for its manifold
blessings and sing its harvest home.
Since the first man dug for roots in
the perilous forest with his little
ineffective stones, and raised his
voice in an ecstasy of gratitude to
some unseen giver of food, man
has gathered his family about him
and given thanks for the harvest.
As wo stand in our public places
and sit aboutour board, let us be
grateful first and last and beyond
all else that we have bread to eat.
The crops are at the bottom of the
nation's prosperity; its wealth, its
learning, its art, its virtue depend
on its food supply. Few men can
be good or useful if they are hun
gry; no nation can bo happy if the
harvest fails. There is no army of
dnfenso like the tillers of the soil,
no public servant like the farmer.
He stands as the gods of our an
cestors and makes our truce with
nature. Whether he himself plows
his stony Holds or rides his mowing
machine over the limitless prairies;
directs his darkies on the old plan
tation, or guides the water on to
his "Western apple ranch, ho is, of
all of us, the nearest God, for he
is the ultimate creator. This year
the harvest is the largest in the
history of the country; the corn
crop is the best the world has over
seen. Well may wo thank the
God of our fathers and His faith
ful human husbandmen for the
blessing of which no war can de
prive us, which no politics can ira
peril, no sadness mitigate. For
tho year to come wo shall have the
foundation of all happiness. We
shall have bread to eat.
Will be paid, to any person having any
kind of palp or ache, if Shlpp's Quick Re
lief Liniment fails. to give instant relief
and the purchase price is not refunded.Try
it and see. 50e At All Druggists.
There is more than one brand of
smokeless powder that is danger
ous to mankind.
The beet that's made in furni
ture, earpeta and rage,
W. A. Suttoa & Son.
Apportioning the Cost of the Construction of
Certain Streets in the City of Mt. Sterling,
Kentucky, Against the Lots of Land fronting,
Abutting and Bordering on Said Improvements.
WHEREAS, Tho Mayor and Board of Council of tho City of
Mt. Sterling, Kentucky, by ordinances duly adopted and approved on
April 16th, 1912, and May 7th, 1912, ordered that Bank street from
the south line of Main street to the Cliesapeako & Ohio Railway and
West Locust street from the east line of Bank street to the east line of
SoUth Sycamore street, all being public ways of the City of Mt. Ster
ling, Kentucky, be improved by original construqtion by paving snmo
with vitrified block and constructing curb and gutter thereon in ac
cordance with the plans and specilications heretofore duly adopted by
the Board of Council, same to be made at the 'exclusive cost of the
owners of tho lots and parts of lots fronting or abutting or bordering
upon tho land so improved and to bo assessed equally by the front
feet, upon the property, fronting or abutting or bordering on said
improvements, payable in ten annual equal installments with interest
at the rate of six per cent, per annum on the unpnid portion thereon,
and with the option of each owner of said property to pay said assess
ment in cash at any time within thirty days after the adoption of the
ordinance fixing said assessment. And,
WHEREAS, The contract for said work was duly awarded by
said Board of Council and said improvement has been made in accord
ance with the aforesaid mentioned ordinances and specifications and
the Assistant Engineer and the Street Committee having certified that
said work has been done according to said contract and same baring
been received and accepted and the said cost ascertained and deter,
mined as required by law, therefore
BE IT ORDAINED, By the Mayor and Board of Council of
the City of Mt. Sterling, Kentucky, that tho cost of said improvement
be and tho same is hereby assessed equally by the feet front upon the
property fronting, abutting and bordering upon said improvement,
and that there bo and is hereby assessed against each piece of property
hereinafter described, the amount respectively set opposite it as fol
East Sido of Bank Streot From Main Street to Locust Street.
Name of Owner. , Ft. Front. Rate. Amount.
Cockrell & Sutton 151-8 $5,408 $820.90
H. C. McKee 41.65 5-408 225.23
H. C. McKee C ... 52 5 40S 281.21
H. C. McKee ., 67.05 5-4oS 365.30
H. C. McKee .' 7 5-462 382-34
West Sido of Bank ( Streot Between Main Street and Locust
Name of Owner. Ft. Front.
E. L. William 177-4 '
days arc ordered and directed to bo placed upon tho tax list of the City
of Mt. Sterling and said money, when collected, shall be held by tho
City Treasurer as "Street Improvement Fund C." and appropriated
upon tho order of tho City Council upon tho said Treasurer for tho
payment of tho interest and redemption of tho bonds issued for said
That ordinances or parts of ordinances in conflict herewith aro
hereby repealed, and this ordinance shall bo in full force and effect
from and after its passage and publication, as required by law. v
W. A. SAMUELS, Mayor.
II. xM. RINGO, Clerk.
November 20, 1912.
G. H. Strother 38.5
Ricketts & McCormick 26.7
Minnie Judy 42.4
R. A. Chiles 74-5
Cockrell & Trimble 24.5
East Sido of Bank Streot Between Locust Street andithe C
Name of Owner. Ft. Front.
H. C. McKee 137-6
H. C. McKee 5I-3
C. & O. Railway Co 106.5
West Sido of Bank Street Botwcen Locust Street
& 0. Railway.
Name of Owner. Ft. Front.
H. C. McKee 73
H. C. McKee 37-75
H. C. McKee 27
Farmers Tobacco Warehouse Co 53
Chiles-Thompson Grocery Co 60.3
Anheuser-Bush Brewing Association
Prewitt & Howell, Chiles-Thompson Grocery
Co. and estate of J. R. Hainline 15 05
Anheuser-Bush Brewing Association 20.8
C. & O. Railway Co 8.5
North Sido of West Locust Streot Botwcen
, Name of Owner. Ft. Front.
Cockrell & Trimble 100
Cockrell & Trimble 22
R. A. Chiles, Cockrell & Trimble and M. R.
M. R. Hainline 44
G. D. Sullivan 4
S. D. Mitchell, Ricketts & McCormick, G. H.
Strother, Miunie Judy and 6. D. Sullivan . 12
V. A. Reis 73-75
Heirs of B. H. Coyle 162.5
South Sido of Wost Locust Street Botween
Name of Owner. Ft. Front.
H. C. McKee 30.83
H. C. McKee 81.75
Mary A, Williams 50.82
Farmers Tobacco Warehouse Co 182
Liura Gibbons 46
Mrs. Andrew Cliue and children 77
North and South Sides of West Locust Streot Botwoon Bank
Streot and Maysvillo Stroot, Being One-Fourth of Inter
section of Bank and Locust Streets.
and the IS.
H. C. McKee ,
E T. Reis . .
T. K. Barnes .
H. C. McKee ,
H. W. Senieur 56
Heirs of B. H. Coyle '32
Cockrell & Young . . . .' 87.5
Total Apportionment 111276.46
That all of the amount aforesaid, together with tho accrued inter
est thereon, are hereby declared to be liens upon the respective prop
erties against which they are assessed from tho date of tho passage of
this ordinance, and shall remain a lien until fully paid off, having pre
cedence over all other liens, and are to bo payable at tho office of tho
City Treasurer in ten annual equal installments with interest at six
per cent, per annum from and after November 20, 1912, or at the op
tion of the property owner the entire assessment may be paid at the
office of the City Treasurer within thirty days from November 20,
1912, and all aseewnaonU which are not paid in full within said thirty
NICK HADDEN, JR.
S. B. LANE
Blue Grass Farms
for sale and rent in Montgomery and adjoining counties in tracts and ON
TERMS to suit buyers.
Houses and building lots in Mt. Sterling, Ky.
Coal and timber lands in any number of acres.
From f5,ooo to $25,000 to loan on first mortgage.
We solicit your patronage and promise jou a square deal. Call and see
our list. Office, No. 9 Court street, with W. A. DcIIaven.
ffiurley oose JLeaf jfeouse
MT. STERLING, KY.
This house is owned and managed by Farmers and run in
the interest of tobacco growers. We 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. '
You Get Your Money
the day tobacco is sold. Give us a trial and jou will be
satisfied not only with courtesies shown, but with the price
your crop brings.
First Sale, November 29th
Burley Loose Leaf Co.
Jno. H. Blount, Secretary Asa Bean, Manager
173m B. F. Mark, Treasurer
1913 Models of The Indian Mortorcycle
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
Frame., It is something entirely new, a
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 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 stavs 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
machine. There is "no bottom" to this
spring device. The life of the machine
is greatly increased.
The Engineering Department of the
Hendee Mfg. Co. devoted 18 months of
exhaustive test to the Cradle Spring
Frame before finally deciding on its adop
tion for all models of the 1913 Indian.
In addition to the Cradle Spring Frame,
the 1913 Indian embodies 10 other im
portant improvements which will be ap
preciated 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; foot 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.
All rQi3 Indians will be chain driven
and finished in Indian red only.
PREWITT & HOWELL, Agents.
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