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As Administratrix of J Roger Gatewood, the un
dersigned will, on
Saturday, Jan. 18, 1913
u-t lO O'cloclr, a,. 223...
at my home place, on the Winchester pike, about
one mile west of Mt. Sterling, Ky., expose to Pub
lic Sale, the following personal property, to-wit:
1 6-year-old Mule
1 sorrel Mare
1 bay Buggy Mare, a splendid
1 bay pedigreed Saddle Mare
2 yearling Colts
2 Cows and Calves
1 Farm Wagon
1 Spring Wagon
1 Wagon Frame and Bed
1 Break Cart
COUNTY COURT DAYS.
Following: is a list of days Couu
ty Courts arc held in counties near
Bath, Owiusjsville, 2d Monday.
Bourbon Pans. 1st Monday.
Clark. "Winchester, 4th Monday.
Fayette, Lexi lgton, 2d Monday.
Fleming', Flemmgsburg 4th
Harrison, C.ynthiana 4th Mon
day. Madison, Richmond, 1st Mod
Montgomery, Mt. Sterling:, 3rd
Nicholas, Carlisle. 2nd Monday.
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Poultry and Produce
G. D. Sullivan & Co.
W. Locust Street Mt. Sterling, Ky.
Fbooe: Office. W. Residence. 132.
MONTGOMERY CIRCUIT COURT
Kate H. Gatewood and others, - Plffs.
vs. Notice of Commissioner's Sittings.
Jenmol Gatewood, &c, - - - Dfts.
Notice is hereby given that I will begin
my sittings in the above styled case at
my office, in Mt. Sterling, Ky., on Tues
day, January 14, 1913, and will close
the same oil January IS, 1913.
All persons having claims against the
estate of J R. Gatewood, deceased, are
heiehy notified to present same to me,
within said timr, properly proven.
JOHN A. JUDY,
26-3 Master Commissioner M. C. C.
Cincinnati's Big Auto Show.
Cincinnati's mid-winter event of
the season will be the coming Auto
Show in February next, to be held
in Music Hall. The same direct
ing heads of hist season's most
successful show will be in charge
of the coming one, which in itself
will be n guarantee that nothing
will be left undone to make it the
best ever. At this early date the
committee-in-charge is in daily
conference, utilizing to every ad
vantage their knowledge of tech
nical detail, to the end of serving
the public with the best that can
Every inducement to attend will
be at the show; interesting and
valuable displays, splendid music,
unexcelled facilities for refresh
ment of both liquid and solid kind,
and last, but not least, a scheme
of decorating, so unique, so pleas
ing, that Music Hall will be trans
formed into a veritable garden of
warmth and beauty.
The executive committee ot the
Dealers' Association having the
show in chargo is as follows: II.
S. Leyman, Chairman; E. A.
Kruse, Secretary; R. C. Crowth
ers, W. G. Welbon, F. 11. Miller,
II. O. Brunton, J. W. Tarbill.
Beware of Ointments for
Catarrh That Contain Mercury
as mercury will surely destroy the sense
of smell and completely deraneo the
whole system when entering It through
the mucous surfaces. Such articles should
never bo used except on prescriptions
from reputable physicians, as the dumngu
they will do Is ten fold to the food you
can possibly derive from them. Hall's
Catarrh Cure, manufactured by V. J.
Cheney & Co.. Toledo, O.. contains no
mercury, and is taken Internally, acting
directly upon the blood and mucous sur
faces of the system. In buying Hall's
Catarrh Cure be sure you get the genu
ine. It Is taken Internally and made In
Toledo. Ohio, by F. J. Cheney & Co. Tes
Bold by Druggists. Price 7So per bottle.
Tke Ball's Family Pills for constipation.
1 Runabout, 1 Buggy
1 Manure Spreader, almost new
Saddle, Saws, Plows, Diggers, Harness,
Meat, Lard, Household Furniture, etc.
93 Shocks of Corn on Spencer farm
212 Shocks of Fodder on Spencer farm
1 Stack of Hay on Spencer farm
A Stack of Clover on Spencer farm
Ton of Clover in barn on Spencer farm
About 60 Shocks of Corn at home place,
and other numerous items
Day of Sale
Starting the&Dairy Herd.
In Kentucky many farmers are
inquirinar as to the advisability of
replacing beef cattle with dairy
cattle on the farm. To such in
quiries we answer that where iiood
markets for milk, butter, or
cheese are available, and where
one will go into the business with
the determination to stick to it
and master the many details, the
farm income will be materially in
creased b.v the chamre.
To those who are just embark
ing we would offer the following
suggestions in the light of more
than 20 years personal experience
in dairy farming and from obser-
tions of the successes and failures
of scores of dairymen in this and
First, look well to your market.
Your location will determine
whether the product shall be milk,
cream, butter or cheese, or wheth
er retailed in a local nmrlrot-. nr
shipped to a city dealer. If the
farm is located several miles from
a market or shipping point, butter.
cream or cheese should prove most
profitable, because of the lower
cost of hauling the reduced bulk.
Butter of a high quality is being
produced on many farms in the
State at present and such butter is
in good demand at prices equal to
or greater than creamery butter.
Sweet milk and sweet cream usu
ally afford better returns than
butter and cheese, provided the
dairy is close to a good retail mar
ket or to a railroad where quick
shipment can be made to a good
Second, use care in selecting
cows. The beginner should start
with good common or grade cows
which can usually be picked up in
the neighborhood at prices ranging
from $50 to 05.
Mate these cows to a pure bred
bull of one of the dairy breeds.
The value of this bull depends
upon whether his mother and his
sire's mother were largo milk and
butter cows, also upon the dairy
merits of the daughters of his sire
and grand sire, and of his dam
and grand dam; also of his sisters.
Freouentlv bull calvss of thic a.
scription can bo bought from
breeders and dairymen at very
The heifer calves obtained by
mating such a bull on good heavy
milking cows of common breeding
are almost certain to develop into
high producing dairy cows. By
continuing the use of good bulls
from selected cows, improvement
will be continuous and sure. A
herd can thus bo developed on the
farm at a small cost.
Third, we wish to emphasize
that for the beginner, pure-bred
females are not necessary. Such
high priced stock should not be
used until one first learns to han
dle grade cows successfully, and
is convinced that ho has tho capac
ity and aptitude to attain results
in breeding, and litis the ability of
salesmanship, and a good demand
for his pure-bred stock. Fow men
have the ability tomakeatinancial
success of breeding. One should
not go into the business. One
should grow into it.
While for tho beginner puro
ored females are not necessary,
1 he use of tho pure-bred and well
bred bull is absolutely necessary
to attain best results.
Starting in the business with
grade cows, a registered cow may
be added from time to time' as cir
cumstances permit. These should
bo heavy producers and from good
milking strains, otherwise they
will give no better results than
scrubs, in fuct there are a great
many scrubs and misfits among
registered cattle. Avoid tho use
of such cows.
By pursuingthe method outlin
ed above, a herd of high produc
ing registered dairy cattle may be
assembled at a very moderate cost,
ouch is the method sanctioned by
common sense and good business
judgment. Hundredsj of dairy
men all over thejflcountry have
followed it nndil.havo attained
W. D. Niciiolls,
Asst. Professor of Dairying.
I lyive my accounts all made out
and would appreciate it if you
would call and settle if you are in
debted to me.
S. P. Greenwade.
Our job printing is different
from tho rest. Try us on your
next order. Wo will please you.
Advor-ate Pub. Co.
We serve only Huyler's Choco
late at our fountain,
tf Geiger's Pharmacy.
After all the denials Fritzi
Scheff and JohnSFox. Jr., are to
really bejdivorced. It seems that
each is willing. Many friends of
Mr. Fox here will regret to hear
of his domestic infelicities.
Sloan's Liniment gives
quick relief for cough, cold,
hoarseness, soro throat,
croup, asthma, hay fever
Mn. Al.nr.BT W.PniCK.of Fredonla,
Kau., writes : "Wo use Sloan's L.I11I
meut in the famll) and fiud It an ex
cellent relief for cold and hay fever
attacks. It btous coiunuiK and sneez
ing aluott iiutautly."
RELIEVED SORE THROAT.
Mrs. L. nnEWEB.of Modello.Fla.,
write.: I bought one bottle of your
Liniment and It did mo all the good in
the world. My throat Mas very sore,
and it cured me ot my trouble."
COOD FOR COLD AND CROUP.
Mr. W. If. Stbakoe, 3721 Elm wood
Avenue, Chicago, 111., writes 1 "A lit
tle boy next door had croup. I gsve
the mother Sloan's Liniment to try.
She gate htm three drops on sugar
before going to bed, and he got up
without the croup in the morning."
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ARITHMETIC OF MUSIC.
Piano Note Vibrations Range From 32
to 4,096 Per 8econd.
Tho pitch of a musical tone can be
calculated arithmetically. While- the
human toIco In song 1b something of
an unknown problem, tho notes of n
musical Instrument nro adjusted ac
cording to tho number of vibration
per second mado by each note. Tho
shorter, finer and tenser tho piano
string tho greater tho vibratory speed
and higher tho pitch; tho longer, coars
er nnd less tense tho string tho slower
tho vibrations and lower tho pitch.
Tho human ear becomes sensible to
sound when vibrations have a speed of
sixteen per second. As tho vibrations
Increase the pitch ascends until 30,000
are attained, when tho result is inaudi
ble. The practical range on the piano
Is from 32 vibrations to 4,090.
Thirty-two vibrations is tho number
designated for tho note of 0, three oc
taves below middle O on the piano.
The next O has twice tho number of
vibrations 04; the next twice that
128; the next 250, being middle C.
Doubling again for tho ascending oc
taves, the successive C's vlbrnte, re
spectively, C12, 1,024, 2,048 and 4,09(1
times per second. The pitch of the
intervening notes is regulated propor
tionally according to the chromatic
These figures have not always been
tho same. The early instrument nial:
crs of Europe had many disputes con
cerning the measurement of tho mu
Blcal strings and pipes that determined
Tho A string of the violin gives the
tuning note for orchestras. On the pi
ano It is the first A above middle C.
From early times to tho middle of tho
nineteenth century this pitch note va
ried from 377 to 445 vibrations per sec
ond, but 435 proved to bo the most ac
In close calculations temperature has
some Influence, so that some experts
do not advocate striving for greater
accuracy than within five vibrations
for the pitch note.
The celebrated high O of the soprano
voice has n vibration of 1,024. There
is record of n woman, Lucrezia Aju
gari, who is vouched for by Mozart to
have reached an octave above, thereby
causing her vocal cords to vibrato at n
speed of 2,043 times per second. Har
HID THE HANDKERCHIEF.
There Was a Time When It Was an
The evolution of the pocket handker
chief is odd nnd interesting. There
wasva time when it was an unmention
able thing nn article to be kept on
of sight and referred to only in a whls.
per. In polite conversation it was care
fully avoided, nnd, ns to one's being
cnught using a handkerchief, It meant
This state of things obtained up to
the time of the first Napoleon, when th
Empress Josephine brought It forwar.l
for a personal reason. The ouly defect
In her beauty was nu Irregularity of
the teeth, and to hide this she ii'-ed u
dellcnte little handkerchief, which from
time to time she raised to her lips.
Thus she was ennbled to laugh occa
sionally. Seeing that It was a case of
either laughter going out or handker
chiefs coming into fashion, the court
ladies adopted the pretty pieces of cam
bric' and lnce.
In England the evolution of the nrtl
cle which is now so openly displayed
by women was equally slow. There
was a time when It was forbidden to
mention It on the stage or to make use
of it even In the most tearful situation,
while the people in the gallery nnd the
pit shed their tears Into their laps.
Eveu when It was mentioned for the
first time in one of Shakespeare's plays
it was received with hisses and general
Indignation by the audience. Little b.r
little, however, the prejudice gave way.
and a tlmo came when the handker
chief could be flourished in broad day
light. Stood the Test.
"So you want to marry my daugh
ter?" "Yes, wlr."
"Got any money saved up'"
"Could you let me have ?5,000 on my
"I could, but 1 wouldn't."
"I guess you can take caro of her all
right She's yours, my boy, and here's
a five cent cigar." Washington Her
ald. Pat's Answer,
An Irishman once entered Into con
versation with an Englishman. The
Englishman, thinking to have a Joke
with his companion, asked, "How
many hairs on a pig's face?"
"Begorra, sir," said Tat, "tho next
tlmo you shnvo you can count them."
Wanted to Know.
Mother Fieddlo, haven't I told you
that If you mock at the peculiarities of
others you may grow Just like them?
Freddie Say, ma, do you suppose If 1
mocked at the elephant long enough
I'd ever get bo's I could pick up apples
over tho fence with my nose? Boston
A Cast In His Eye.
"What a queer look ho has."
"He is a theatrical manager, and ho
has an all star cast in bis eye." New
York Press. .
Either Way Possible.
"You should have seen her change
"With rage or rouge?" Boston Trail,
DR. C. W. COMPTON
Mt. Sterling National Bank Bldg.
H. R. PRBWITT
M t . Sterling, Kentucky.
Office: Court St.. opposite Court
House, Samuels Building, front room up- A
DR. G. IN. HORTON
Office at Peed & Horton's Livery Stable.
Office Phone 498 Residence, 34.
Calls answered Promptly.
DR. W. B. ROBINSON
Office and Hospital on High Street
Office riioue MI-3 Residence Phone MM
Calls answered promptly Examinations free
Assistant State Veterinarian.
R. F. GREENE
Real Estate and Loan Agent
Office In Traders Bank Bulldlng
Mt. Sterling, Ky.
Phone 463-2 St lyr
OUR LINE Or
Fresh and Cured Meats
STAPLE and FANCY
Cannot be Improved Upon
Courteous Treatment Prompt Deliverj
Robinson & Moore
Court St. Phone 251 Mt. Sterling, Ky.
COAL. HAY Hill PEED
ALSO HEAVY HAULING
PHONE NO. 3 4i-lry
ALL KINDS OF
I can Save You Money
Mt. Sterllnn. - Kentucky
rT inter Touris m
i Fi.E3S I
Are now available to destinations In the
South and Southeast via
Tickets on Sale Daily
Limit May 31, 1913
Ask local agent for full information
regarding variable tour tickets.
Pullman Sleeping Car Line
will be established November 14th, as f
1W noon Lv. St. Louis Ar. 5.40 p. m
8: 10 p. m. lv. Louisville Ar. 9 30 a. m.
8.15 a.m. Ar. Chattanooga Lv.fcttp.m
11:10 a.m. Ar. Atlanta Lv, 6:10 p.m.
8.80 p.m. Ar. Jacksonville Lv.7il0a.tu.
J. C. BEAM, A. G. P. A.
St. Louis, Mo.