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Uonof Sloan'a Liniment. Don't
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?ood Minn anything I hare erer tried
or itllT JoUiU, I got my hand hurt to
badly that I bad to itop work right fn
ths batleit time o( th year. I thought
at flnt that I would hare to hare my
hand taken off, but I got a bottle f
Bloan'i Liniment and cured my hand."
Good for Broken Sinews
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"I used Sloan'j Untment (or broken
ilnowa abore tbo knee cap earned by a
full and to my Rrcat jatufaotlon was
able to resume work In less than three
weeks alter tho accident."
Fine for Sprain
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St., riahiBcM, JyJ., yllt'lr ".J
friend sprained bis ankle so badly
that It went black. Ho Inuglm! when
I told hlra that I would have him out
In a week. I applied Sloan's Liniment
, and In four days he was worklnff and
said Sloan'a was a right good lini
ment." Price 25c.
50c, and SI. 00
on horses, cattle,
poultry sent free.
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Sloan VvV visaaHv
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highest prices secured. '
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AT THE COURT HOUSE DOOR
Monday, December 16, 1912,
(County Court Day) at 1:30 p. m., the W. A. Thomas
farm, about 1A miles east of the Levee, Montgomery
county, Ky., containing 200 acres of land, lying on both
sides of the dirt road leading from the Levee to Jefferson
ville 84 acres on the north side of the road and 116 acres
on south side, will be sold in two parcels and then as a
whole, the bid accepted realizing the most money.
Good frame dwelling of 6 or 7 rooms and all neces
sary outbuildings. ' ; x '
Henry Thomas, who lives on the place, will show it
to prospective buyers. ' .
Terms made Known on day of sale.
Red Cress Seals Pro
vide Friends in Need.
A large, rugged-looking rami
stopped before a Red Cross Seal
booth and lokcd at tho display of
seals with nioro than usual inter
est. "And thoso will help tho folks
that aro suffering with consump
tion?" ho asked. He was told
Unit was tho idea.
"Then," he said, reaching down
in his pocket, "hero's where I get
somo seals. My wife," ho ex
plained, "died the year after we
were married. She died of con
sumption. We were so happy,
and I had done everything I could
for her, but I didn't have much
money then, and times were hard.
I lost my job, too, because I got
to work so lute. You see, I had
the housework to do, and that
took a lot of time, and they dock
ed mo and finally iired me. I
couldn't blame the company, but
it was pretty hard. Right in tin
Jeud of winter, tool I could nw
get her the things I would lrnvi
liked to, and there was no one i
help me. Not n soul, for I was n
stranger in a strange city, and so
was my wife. She died in tht
spring," he added, as a tear trick
led down his face. "And now l'i
iroing to buy some of these seal
so some other poor fellow can gt
help if he needs it like I neede.
it." And ho did.
'Phone S. E. Kelly & Co. f
Fresh and Cured Meats. 12tf
A. B. RATLIFF, Vice President
General Manager 20-i2t
Success In Hog Raising.
Tbe whole secret of Bticcena In bog
raising enn be found only through a
knowledge of tbe fact (but tbe modern
bog is nn iirtltlclnl animal wblcb must
be cared for by urtitlclal menus. Tbe
bog mixer must protect his nnlmnls
ugulnxt bnd ventilation no less tbun
Against rbnngi'8 In weather conditions,
and be must give great attention to
sanitation wherever tbe bogs are kept.
Attention to these things, with the
knowledge that one of the great causes
of loss among bogs It due to Internal
parasites, will come more nearly bring
ing success than Is possible In nny oth
er way. Dust Is n great enemy of
hogs; accumulations In tbe pens art
fully as bad, nnd when these nre re
moved and the pens kept clean tbe
bogs dipped occasionally for tbe de
struction of mnuge tind lice and given
an occasional dose of some worm rem
edy tbe danger from loss has been re
duced to a minimum.
Winter Wallow For Hem.
A box that is u few Inches high. Oiled
with dust or dry earth, makes an ex
cellent wallow during the winter. If
the poultry house is low build a low,
open front scratching sbed at one end
of It. The dropping boards should be
plnccd n couple of feet from the Boor.
feed hoppers and drinking fountains
on platforms of n slightly lesser height,
so that nil tloor space can be used as a
scratching place for hens. Six Inches
of litter, straw, cut hay. fodder or wood
shavings in which to throw the grain
fed each day give the fowls their
proper exercise. Such environment, to
gether with well selected bens nnd
feed, will result In profits from poultry
during tbe winter.
Care of the Horse.
For tbe horse to be thrifty be should
he cared for In bad weather. One great
mistake that many make Is In driving
the horse too fast In cold weather, get
ting him too warm and then tying him
In tbe open, exposed to the cold wind,
rain or snow. This will give tbe horse
pneumonia the same as if a man were
treated in like manner. Given tbe best
of feed and with the most care, yet not
protected In the Inclement weather, the
work horse will not do well.
SHELTER IN WINTER
Greatest Danger to Flock Gomes
From Rain and Sleet.
When winter draws near the man
who Is looking after bis flock care
fully should begin to watch for symp
toms of colds and possible pneumonia
In bis (lock. A flock drenched to the
skin by a cold rain late In tbe full is
nearly sure to develop a few cases
of heavy colds, and any additional ex
posure will be apt to cause some pneu
monia. A dry, well lighted shelter,
free from drafts and having a good,
dry floor, will prevent serious trouble.
Dryness Is tbe main requirement In
a sheep sbed. If It baa a good roof,
sides that are proof against blowing
snow and sleet, and n good, dry floor,
tbe sheep will be comfortable even if
It Is not very warm. A good, roomy,
well lighted sbed makes a good shelter
for the flock In winter.
During tbe winter tbe sbeep should
be turned out of tbe shed on dry days,
even If tbe winter Is very cold. If It
Is not rabiing, sleeting or snowing tbe
ewes and lambs of last year should
be out In tbe open all day long. Exer
cise Is just as necessary for them as it
is for any other live stock.
On days wbpn there Is a light fall of
snow on tbe farm lot or when the
ground Is frozen pretty hnrd scatter
fodder or hay on the snow or on the
ground nnd let the sheep feed there till
nlgbt. Scatter It over a good deal of
ground, so the sheep will keep moving.
It Is very nwvwnry that the breeding
ewes should have a good deal of exer
cise nil wlutcr long.
Eggs may be flavored by the feed
given to tbe hens. Breed has nothing
to do with tbe flavor of an egg. Good
flavors are produced by keeping bens
In clean quarters and giving them
good feed. Eggs having a good flavor
may be kept good by storing them in
a cool place, where tbe air Is fresh
and clean. Eggshells are porous and
will absorb bad odors, not as readily
br milk or butter, but very much on
the same order.
No exercise, uo eggs.
Eggs are sold, by weight In Iowa.
P stands for pure bred poultry and
Cleanliness Is tb keynote to success
It pays to feed your bens vbat they
need at the time tbey want It. V-
It-Bo longer pays to keep mongrel
fowls' In fact. It never did pay. fl
Benefits of Rapid Milking.
It U claimed that fast milking In
creases both tbe quality and quantity
of tbe milk. This belief U so Orfsly
fixed Id tbe minds of large dalryjMa
that rapid milkers art mueb preferred
to tow.Kttkew.k " w ' W
HUMOR OFThE DAY
Bettor Than Editing.
While traveling through the west n
mas lost a valuable dog and Imme
diately proceeded to the olllce' of the
Hustler's Itevlew In tbo town where he
was stopping. Entering abruptly, be
Bald to the editor: "I've lost a dog. I'd
like to have you insert this ad. for me:
" 'Seventy-flve dollars reward for the
return of a French bulldog answering
to tbe name of Darwin. Last seen on
Turner's road.' "
"We're Just goln' to press," said the
editor, "but we'll manage to bold the
edition for your nd."
After returning to the hotel the own
er of the dog decided It might be best
to add to bis advertisement. "No ques
tions naked." lie returned to the of
fice to And the place entirely deserted
save for n red hatred youth, who sat
gazing Intently out of the window.
"Where is everybody?" he asked.
"Gone to hunt th' dnwg." replied the
lad without removing his gaze from
tho distant flelds. I.lpplucott's.
New Job Was Safe.
A man who goes hunting each sea
son was quite surprised thin year upon
arriving at the village hotel to And one
of the old nnd best known guides loaf
ing about. Idle.
"Well. Lnfe." asked the visitor, "don't
you guide hunting parties nny more?"
"No: 1 gave t up." slowly answered
Lafe. "Got tired of being mistook for
"I don't blame you. How do you
earn your living now?'
"Guide Ashing parties now. So fer
nobody ain't mistook mo for a flsh."
Tbe preacher wns calling at little
"And do you always say your prayers
at night, my little man?" asked the
"Yes. sir." answered Bobby, "an'
mamma does too."
"That's right But doesn't your pnpu
say his prayers?"
"No: he don't have to."
"Why. what do you mean?"
"He don't have to. Xou see, he never
gets borne till It's daylight an' then
what Is there to pray about?" New
"It does seem as If you and I ought
to get along together without quarrel
ing all the time." sighed Mrs. Jaw
back. "It does." growled Mr. Jawback. "but
it seems we can't We're fighting like
cats and dogs from morning to night.
"Cats and dogs? Look at that en
and that dog of ours they never flgbt.
They live under tho same roof peace
"Yes. they do. But tie 'em together
so they can't get loose nnd see how
they'll act" New York Sun.
Mrs. Knowsltt My husband Is an
out and out optimist
Little Ethel-What Is an optimist,
Mrs. Knowsltt A person who doesn't
care what happens so long as .11
doesn't happen to him. Spokaue
Blink (the wholesaler) Well, bow
many orders did you get yesterday?
Gink (the salesman) I got two orders
In one store.
Bllnk-What were tbey?
Gink One was to get out and tbe
other one was to stay out Cleveland
"Thafs a fine watch you've got
there. Calhoun." said a friend. "Is it
a good goer?'
"A good goer?" said Calhoun Clay
"Well, you bet your life Ifs a good
goer. Why. it can do an hour in half
the time!" Milwaukee News.
Ardent Suitor I lay my fortune at
Fair Lady Your fortune! I didn't
know you bad one.
Ardent Suitor Well, it isn't much of
a fortune, but it will look large beside
those tiny feet Boston Transcript
All Broken Up.
Mary dropped her eyes on tbe floor
as Henry burst Into tbe room. Her
face lengthened rapidly, and she Anally
pierced him wltb a glance. As bis
laugh rose and fell she dropped her
Jaw and her voice broke. Judge.
Belle How silly men are when they
propose! Why. my husband acted like
a perfect fool.
Nell That's what everybody thought
when your engagement was announced.
Extract From a Recent Testimonial.
"Some time ago I was so weak I
could hardly raise a cup to my lips.
Since taking two small bottles of your
tonic I hare received six months for
He I beard. Mlas Pert, you were
looking for a husband, and here I've
turned up. She Have you? Well, now
you're turned down. Baltimore Amer-
Vary had a Uttle vote. ,
Whlah eagerly was sought
But Z was'vsry fUd to Bote -It
MK, PfHtM be bouiht ,
The lest Price Ti le Pmt?
A Michigan woman is married
to a man who came from a farm
to Pontiac when lie was fifteen
years old and went to work for
$2.50 a week. IIo makes $15 a
week now, in an aUtomobilo fac
tory; ho has fivo children; his
health is not good; he says that
factory work is killing him; and
the wife, who cooks for him and
takes euro of his children, says
tli lit nt home he is "as cross as a
benr." Although she has never
lived in the country, the wife
wants to go to a farm; nnd tho
young children "tnlk farm all the
time." There is a pathetic irony
in what tho husband and father
says when the issuo is joined:
"Now .von just shut right up about
a farm, because I have no inten
tion of going to stnrvo my lifo out
on a farm." IIo tolls his wife
Unit she would be lonesome, thnt
she would got sick of tho farm.
Alaybo 1 would." the woman
says, "but it couldu't be worse
than it is now it couldn't be as
bad as this struggjo to keep body
and soul together on my man's
These two Americans of
Pontiac have raised a question
which is troubling their fellow
Americans all over tho country.
What can I do to get away from
the city? Can a city-bred mun
with a capitul of $1,000 or less
succeed on a farm? Where can I,
a salaried man of thirty-seven,
making $1,800 a year, go to find
a farm? Doubtless there are so
phisticated souls who think these
are humble questions. It is one
of tho fortunate facts about the
future of this country that the
regime which begins next fourth
of March recognizes questions like
these as beiug close to the founda
tions of statesmanship. Collier's.
The naked truth gives lots of us
Looking tor Happiness.
A New Jersey woman's club re
ceived the report of its program
committee last month, and immed
iately the club was divided into
two excited factions. One group
of women foresaw the shaking
down of the spiritual pillars of the
home if the program committee's
work was accepted, but the rest
applauded the committee for mov
ing forward with the times. This
is the outline of subjects submitt
ed under tho general title, "The
Rational Pursuit of Happiness:"
For the individual health and
wealth, the study of,the preven
tive treatment of diseuse; the con
servation ot human energy; men
tal control; and tho pursuit of
culture through books, travel, art,
music and friendship. For the
common good, four general topics
wore proposed: health, freedom,
co-operation and ideals. Talks
were arranged on the light against
tuberculosis, on the physical dis
eases of society, on sex hygiene,
on The Hague Tribunal, on social
liberty, the prevention of crime,
organized charity, and a single
moral standard. Tho word "ra
tional" in tho general title of the
year's outlined work caused the
split. "The pursuit of happiness"
being vague, would have sounded
all right to the members, but to
call a program of this kind a study
of tho "rational" pursuit of happi
ness was going too farl It was a
white-hot discussion which follow
ed, all the ministers in town
preaching sermons on tho topic.
There emerged from the debate
two factions thoso fatalists who
believe that happiness is the re
sult of accident, something which
cannot be pursued, or else it is al
together a question of spiritual
peace, and thoso others who be
lieve with Marotjs Auheuus that
rules for happiness can bo formu
lated. ' Be simplo and modest in
thy deportment," they quoted,
"and treat with indifference what
ever lies between virtue and vice.
Love the human race. Obey God,"
In this day, when so much is un
dertaken for social betterment,
this club's plight seems strange!
In how many communities would
tho work of the program commit
tee stir ,up similar discussion?
DR. G. W. OOMPTON
Mt. Sterling National Bnk UIg.
H. R. PRBWITT
M t . Sterling, Kentucky,
Office: Court St., opposite Court
House, Samuels Building, front room up.
DR. G. M. MORTON
Office at Peed & Horton's Wvery Stable.
Office Phone 498 Residence, 24.
Calls answered Promptly.
DR. W. B. ROBINSON
OfTlce and Hospital on High Street
Offico Phone 651-3 ltosldenco Ihono KM
Cftlln answered promptly
Assistant State Veterinarian:.:
R . F . GREENE'
Real Estate and Loan Agent
Odlce In Traders Dank Building
Mt. Sterling, Ky.
Phono 463-2 SI lyr
By virtue ol an Execution No. 151, di
rected to me, 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 16th, 1912
between the hours of 10 o'clock a. m. and
2 o'clock p. m., at the Court House dot
in Mt. faterling, 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 fwt "gfTi
and being same property convex ed to
Mrs. Carrie Chick by S. W. Gaitskill and
wife by deel 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. pige 180, same clerk's office
Amount of debt, interest and costs so
ordeied to be made, $258.52.
Levied on as the property of Mr.
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
21-3 W. F. CROOKS,
Sheriff Montgomery county.
Commissiot ers Sittings'
MONTGOMERY CIRCUIT COURT
Antonio Feiri's, Admr., &c., - Plff.
vs. Notice of Commissioner's Sittings
Antonio Feiri's Creditors, Heirs, &c, Dft
Notice is hereby given that I will begin
my sittings in the above styled case at
my office, in Mt. Sterling, Ky., on Wed-
llpfirlnv. r)fn,mhfi- tB mt ...3 In
close the same on January 15, 1913.
All persons having claims against the
estate of Antonio Peiri are hereby noti
fied to present the same to me, properly
proven, within said date, or they will be
JOHN A. JUDY,
22-3 Master Commissioner M. C. C.
Attention, Property OwnersI
If you need a now roof or roof
repaired, filters, any kind of gas
Utting, old stoves made new, any
thing in the plumbing line, see me.
Wall paper cut half in two until
the first of December. Have nice
lino of pictures, mottoes and mir
rors for Xmas. Ready-mixed
paints, Johnson stains and floor
finishes, all at a special price.
Call 447. M. li. Hainltne.
Many ills come from impure
blood. Can't have pure blood
with faulty digestion, lazy liver
and sluggish bowels. Burdock
Blood Bitters strengthens stomach,
bowels and liver, and puriCes the
Doing nothing maaul rkrW
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auuuegraaation; the still waUr