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Has no equal, as it is heavier than ever before, the stay-wires being the same size as
the line-wires. Sec our line of Work Gear and Harness before you buy as wc can save you money.
Headquarters for Oliver Plows nPre"W"Itt z jE3COTX7ell
To close out the partnership business of jJTurley &
Scobee, we will offer for sale at the farm of the late J. C.
Turley, known as the Montjoy place, 6 miles east of Mt.
Sterling on the Howard's Mill pike, on
Thursday, February 13, 1913,
the following property :
1 Eight-year-old Bay Combined Horse
I Nine-year-old Grey Mare
i Brood Mare in Foal to Jack
I Four-year-old Mare Mule
I Yearling Mare Mule
I Two-year-old Mare Pony
I Two-year-old Horse Pony
I Pair of Horse Mules, 5 and 6 years olil
1 Brood Mare in Foal to Jack
1 Sorrel Mare in Foal to Jack
1 Driving Mare, 7-year-old, safe for lady
I Three-year-old Hay Mare
1 Jennet Colt, iS months old
2 Milch Cows, fresh in spring
Household and Kitchen Furniture and many other ar
ticles too numerous to mention.
TERMS $10 and under, cash; all sums over $10, a
credit of three months without interest.
Sale begins at 10 o'clock a. m.
A. R. TURLEY and J. A. SCOBEE
R. F. D. No. 4
Cincinnati Automobile Show.
Out-of-town-buyers and agents
will find especiui comfort at the
automobile show of the Cincinnati
Dealers' Association to be held in
the north wing of Music Hall from
February 24th to March oth,
In the past a great lot of busi
ness has been done with motor
fanciers from other cities, and to
make happy their stay here, a spe
cial committee will be appointed
to take them in tow. Last year
sight seeing cars were run through
the suburbs for the benelit of the
visitors and dinners were given to
many of the sub- agents b.v mana
gers of local distributing houses.
All went back pleased with the
hospitality of the show committee.
In order not to have this feature
overlooked at the coming display,
a body of men have been ordered
to draw up a program. If the
"I Am Well"
writes Mrs. L. R. Barker,
of Bud, Ky., "and can do
all my housework. For
years I suffered with such
pains, I could scarcely
stand on my feet. After
three different doctors had
failed to help me, I gave
Cardui a trial. Now, I feel
like a new woman."
The Woman's Tonic
A woman's health de
pends so much upon her
delicate organs, that the
least trouble there affects
her whole system. It Is
the little things that count,
in a woman's life and
health. If you suffer from
any of the aches and
pains, due to womanly
weakness, take Cardui at
once, and avoid more seri
ous troubles. We urge
you to try it Begin today.
rrTTtrn imi iTimmiiiiiMiwiaiii nmijaangiStgii
1 Bull Calf, 1 Heifer Calf
1 Wagon Frame
1 Two-horse Walking Cultivator
1 Sixty-tooth Harrow, 1 Corn Planter
1 Rockaway, 2 two-horse Wagons
4 Turning Plows, 5 Double Shovel Plows
1 Spring Wagon, I one-horse Sled
I McConnick Binder, 2 Sets Wagon Gear
1 Five-tooth Cultivator
1 Two-horse Riding Cultivator
1 Mowing Machine
About 25 Tons Baled Timothy Hay
About 18 Tons Mixed Baled Hay
MT. STERLING, KY.
weather holds out, and there is
every reason to believe that it will,
automobile men, business then, or
the plain old family of onlookers,
will get a chance to see some of
the beauty spots around the hill
tops of this bailiwich. If a man
desires to try out a car which he
thinks of buying, it will be a pleas
ure to the exhibitors to arrange a
trip in that special type of mach
ine. Every arrangement is being rap
idly completed for the big exhibi
tion. The show this year will be
a much larger affair than the one
of 1912. There will be many more
exhibitors and the amount of space
used up will fit in well with a
plain city block. The decorations
will be carried out in green and
white. Experts are now in the
east selecting material and just as
soon as they are through with
their shopping will start to work.
Both the lower and upper halls
will be made a scene of beauty.
On the upper floor a cafe will be
fitted up. The band stand will be
located on the same old spot, close
to the cafe. Music and eats go
together; a good mixture as some
motorist would say. Be that as it
may, the litter of gayety will
twizzle about all evening, for the
affect of the green and white color
scheme will have, will make one
feel happy just to bo inside. The
Dealers are holding meetings every
other day getting things into apple
pie order for the big opening
night. Every indication points to
a record breaking attendance for
the first evening of the show.
Special exhibits for the factors,
such as racing cars, polished chas
sis, racing trophies, and starters,
will go to make a very interesting
First lloor of my residence on
Antwerp Avenue. Four nice
rooms, gas, 'electric light, hot and
cold water. Phone 515.
28 tt. Mrs. Mary bchlegel.
Chase buggy rugs and 5-A horse
blankets at special prices.
Dale & Nelson,
31-2t The "New Hardware Firm.
Want Their Share.
A newspaper story, discussing
the per capita circulation of money
in the United States in a humorous
vein has flooded the treasury de
partment at Washington with ap
plications for the $34.72, which,
if the nation's wealth vere divided
equal, would be the possession of
every man, woman and child. The
story, intended facetiously, advis
ed those who needed the money to
draw upon the government.
Nunmerous letters have swamp
ed George E. Koberts, director of
the mint. One woman wrote:
"Kindly send mo by parcel post
my divident of the $3,350,727,000,
which is $31.72, in one dollar bills
and seventy-two pennies."
Another applicant said he was a
married man with a family, and
he hoped the government would
not be offended by his request for
Mr. Koberts has drawn a circu
lar letter in which he must disa
point the applicants with the in
formation that the treasury depart
ment monthly computes the per
capita circulation on a theoretical
basis, and has no control over its
HOW TO RESIST
Chronic Coughs and Colds.
Strong, vigorous men and women
hardly ever catch cold; It's only when
the system is run' down and vitality
low that colds and coughs get a foot
hold. Now Isn't It reasonable that the
right way to cure a cough Is to build
up your strength again? .
Mrs. Olivia Parham, of East Dur
ham, N. C, says: "I took Vlnol for a
chronic cough which had lasted two
years, and the cough not only disap
peared, but it built up my strength
The reason Vlnol Is so efficacious In
such cases is because it contains in a
delicious concentrated form all the
medicinal curative elements of cod
liver oil, with tonic, blood-building
Chronic coughs and colds yield to
Vlnol because It builds up the weak
ened, run-down system.
You can get your money back any
time If Vlnol does not do all we aay.
W. S. Llovd, Mt Sterling, Ky.
Thomas Russell New President
Of Blue Grassers.
At a meeting called by Captain
William Neal, of Louisville, who
resigned his position last fall as
president of the Blue Grass Leag
ue, at the Pheonix Hotel Thursday,
Thomas M. Kussell, head of the
Maysville club, was elected presi
dent. Thomas Sheets, president of
the Lexington club, was elected
secretary and treasurer. Captain
Neal retains his position as a di
rector of the league. At the last
meeting for this purpose.William
Blanton, of Frankfort, was chosen
president but declined to accept.
All of thpin reported their clubs
to bo in a fairly prosperous condi
tion, and assured the others that
they would be a league stronger
than ever this year. The matter
of placing teams in Louisville and
Covington, making an eight club
league, was again brought up, and
it was decided to continue efforts
toward these two cities.
Those present at tho meeting
were: William Non) r,(n;c..iii.
James Summers and Thomas lus-
hcii, iuaysville; William Shire,
Paris: A. B. Colemnn. KVimb-fnrt.
J. Gnder, Richmond, and Thomas
ABRAHAM, THE HEBREW.
Genesis 12i1-9 Feb. 16.
' trill bleu thct, and make thy name great;
and thou thall be a bltnlng,"Vtrie t.
HBRAIIAM Is one of the great
est chnrnctersli) history. God's
promise nnule to hira consti
tute tho foundation of faith for
Jews, Christiana mid Molinminednns,
although ninny of tbem nre not awnro
of the fact The Jews nre Abralmm's
descendants through Isanc nnd Jncob;
while Mohammedans represent espe
cially Ishniael nnd Esau. Christians pro
fess to lmve become heirs to the chief
est blessings promised to Abraham's
Seed, by becoming Joint-heirs with
Christ Jesus, whom they consider tho
antitype of Isnnc.
The New Testament claim Is that the
Church of Christ is tho antitype of Ile
becca. Isaac's wife nnd Joint-liclr; nnd
that Christ nnd tho Church, as the
Spiritual Seed of
Abraham, will bo
God's agency in
blessing the na
tions. But much
of the New Testa
wns lost during
the Dark Ages.
t h n t they were
called to be Joint
heirs in Messiah's
Kingdom. 1 bless
thy seed shall
all the families of the earth. Instead
they got tho narrow view that merely
the Elect would he saved, .who to all
eternity would look over the battle
ments of Ileaven and sco all others of
mankind In torture, and bear Uielr
groans to all eternity.
Only now are Bible students getting
back to tn teachings of Scripture.
Only now nre we learning the true Im
port of St. Paul's words. "If ye bo
Christ's, thon are ye Abraham's Seed,
and heirs according to the promise."
God's Call to Abraham.
AbrahnmV birthplace was Ur, one
hundred twenty miles north of the
Persian Gulf. Ills father Terah was n
heathen. Polytheism prevailed tho
worshiping of many gods. From Ur,
the family migrated to Ilaran, about
live hundred miles in tho direction of
Palestine. There Abrahnm remained
until Tenth's death.
God's dealings with Abraham, accord
ing to St. Stephen (Acts 7:2, 3). began
while he was In Ur. God called hlra
out of his evil surroundings, to be the
founder of a new nation, holy nnd
obedient to God. The migration from
Ur to Hnran took the family away
from the idolatrous scenes of the me
tropolis to pastoral life. In harmonv
with the Divine call. Abrahnm, then
seventy-five years old, his wife Sarah,
and his nephew Lot. with their flocks
nnd herd, moved to Cannnn after the
death of Terah.
Abraham's Great Faith In God.
Alirahnin was full of fnith. Till"
feature of his character especially en
deared him to the Almighty, who. be
cause of It. styled liltii Ills friend. The
Bible does not claim that Abraham was
perfect. The reverse of this Is de,
clnred "There is none righteous I per
feet, no, not one." (Uomans 3:10.i
None measure up to the glorious Image
of God represented b.v Adam.
Abraham was not the friend of CJo-1
because of his great education, nor for
his wonderful intellectual powers. Nev
ertheless, he bad intellectual powers
The fnct that he was very rich Indi
cates that lie was a good manager. His
skill ns a leader wns shown When Lot
nnd the wealthy Sodomites were taken
captive- by Chedorlnomer. Abrahnm
promptly armed three hundred nnd
eighteen of his servants, pursued tin
victors nnd recovered the spoils.
But It was not for his skill ns a gen
eral that God loved Abraham. The
special quality that God esteemed in
him Is repeatedly mentioned in the Bi
ble as having been his faith. "Abra
ham believed God."
Children of Abraham.
Abraham's children, from God's
standpoint. Include only those who
have faith In God The original evi
dence of this faith
was I'ircii incision
of the flesh. ta
senting a turning
n way from sin to
obedience to God.
become largely u
erenuiny w 1 1 h
the .lews. Such
them to no spe
"Tin Inn Mm
cial Divine ftnor. But all Jews who
still trust In the promises made to
Abraham will noon be recipients of
marked evidences of Divine blessing
through Messiah, who soon Is to set up
St. Paul explains that nil true Chris
tians become the Spiritual Seed of
Abraham heirs of certnln spiritual
promises, ns the natural seed are heirs
of certnlu earthly promises, not yet ful
tilled. As the natural need must mnln
tain circumcision to mark their sep
nrnteness from the Gentiles, so the
Spiritual Seed must have clrcumclslou
of the heart separating tbem from the.
world and from stu, marking tbem as
"peculiar people, zealous of good
We exhort both Jews and Christians
to honesty nnd fnlthfuluess obedience
to God: the one class, that they may
Inherit the Heavenly promises; the oth
er, that they may bo ready for tho In
heritance which will be theirs ns soon
as the Heavenly, Spiritual Seed of
Abraham shall have been completed
by the First Resurrection.
I ft I vv
are relieved at once by an applica
tion of Sloan's Liniment. Don't
rub, just lay on lightly..
' Sfcan'i IJnlmunt bin done more
good than anything I hare erer trlod
for stltr lolnU. I got my hand hurt jo
badly that I had to itop work right tn
tho tiustoat time of the year. I thought
at lint that I would hare to hare my
h-ind taken olr, but I got a bottle t
Sloan'a Linlmont and cured myhaiul."
Wiltoj Wueklku, JIorrU,Ala.
Good for Broken Sinews
O O. Josks, Baldwin, L. I., write t
I uicd Sloan'a Llnluient for broken
itnowi abore tho knee cap caused by a
fall and tomy groatfSatfsfaetlon was
able to resume work In less than three
weeks after tho accident."
Fine for Sprain
Mb. mtimr A. Vokul, M Somerset
Bt FlalnfleM, N. .1., writes: "A
friend sprained bis ankle so badly
tint It went black. Ho laughed when
I told him that I would hfiTO htni out
In a week. I applied Sloan's Liniment
and In four dajs ho was working and
stld Sloan's was a right good lini
ment." Price 25c,
50c, and $1.00
on horses, cattle,
The very first commandment in
the decalogue of Winning is to
Keep your chin upl
Get busy at the first job that
yon run into or runs into you.
Tackle it "on nil fours," if necessa
ry. Center your whole enthusiasm
in it. Study its every detail.
Drive your very Heart interest in
to it. But don't forget to
Keep your chin up.
People who look down never
get much of an idea of the sky
where the Stars are set. And the
fellow -who doesn't hitch at least
tine or two of his wagons to n
Star never gets very high up liet
our eyes off the ground. L60I;
Keep your chin up.
For, after all, Winning is a
thing within then out. No othei
niiiri will or can Win for' you.
No other man in all the world, no
matter how exalted, has the abili
ty and Dower thut is coiiseiitrnted
in you wiiiting for some match of
Action to touch it off. Also your
Success can be as the Success of
no other man. But you alone must
find the Thing and DO the work.
It's great fun too, if-you
Keep your chin up.
It is easier to Win than Fail.
Everybody sides with the Winner.
Hut the Failure, walks alone.
Keep your chin up.
Remembering that to Win is to
do your Best today. Tho thing
ileluyed or put off is the thing un
done. Start right now. Staight
en your shoulders. Set your eyes
ahead. Clench your list close
your jaw and
Keep your chin up.
for Sale Privately.
The Foster farm of 188 acres,
lying at Grassy Lick, live miles
West of Alt. Sterling. Terms to
suit the purchaser. This farm is
within i mile of church and school
and is a bargain for someone if
sold at once.
30-tf. Pierco Winn.
Trustee for Airs. Alary A. AlcClure
We deliver your goods promptly
and guarantee satisfaction.
S. P. Greenwado.
School for Teachers
InteriaeditU tad Llfa tit&u Get.
BdtOl of Kentucky, Special
tlAcfttea. Valid In all Put. Ha
uourM aim utile
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mltorlef, Dw modal school, dv waautUi-aiaUf bultJtnf
pra(io"chtKl,dfpa7lrntnUfrLjbltiira, ft Vtlloiulpfwd
tTinnastum. Domtulo Men rlMlTtrm bt(ioiHep.
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IT, PeurUiTvriuiprUT. Summer wAwl opcui Juut Id,
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DR. C. W. COMPTON
Mt. Sterling National Batik Bldg.
H. R. PRBWITT
M t . Sterling, Kentucky.
Office: Court St.. opposite Court
House, Samuels Building, front room up.
DR. G. HI. HORTON
Office at Peed & Horton's Livery Stable.
Office Phone 49S Residence, a.
Calls answered Proniptly.
DR. W. B. ROBINSON
Office and Hospital on High Street
""" - L,
ijnlls answered promptly Examinations fice J- .
Assistant State Veterinarian.
R. F. GREiENE
Real Estate and Loan Agent
Ofllce In Traders Dank ltulldlDi;
Mt. Sterling, Ky.
Phone -103-2 31 lyr
C0UNIV COURT DAYS.
Followinc is a list ofdayslCouu
ty Courts are held in counties near
Bath, Owiuarsville, 2d Alonday.
Bourbon Pans. 1st Alonday. .
Clark. Winchester, 4th Alonday. y if '
Fayette, Lexington, 2d Alonday.
Fleming, Flemingsburg 4th
Harrison, Cynthiana 4th Alon- '
Madison, Richmond, 1st Alon
Alontgomery, Alt. Sterling, 3rd
Nicholas, Carlisle. 2nd Alonday.
Eggs 20c per dozen at Vanarf-
Highest Market Price Paid
Poultry and Produced
G.D. Sullivan & Co.
W. Locust Street Mt. Sterling, Ky.
Phone: Office. 474, Residence. 133.
Aleister piano in first class con
dition, mahogany case. Ford
Touring Car, 1912 model, run less
than one year. Can be bought
worth tho money. 22-tf.
Apply at this office.
W1!1,b P?ld t0 any person havino
any kind of pain or ache, if Shipp'1
Quick-Relief Liniment fails to give
instant relief and the purchase price
is not refunded. Try it and see.
... ., ,wfc runuerim re
llevltid mill I have ever used
uerson Derrv. Lexinptnn irr
vn Htf "V?1 wnderful remedy for re
.n"86111118 llnment and the pain an
v. l. Uallenger, Lexington, Ky.
"lLlllllnnlvr.n..li . i .
ago'-Mru. Susan WelftrorNewCrinS!
JI?rirel!ev,nS aches and pains this Ilnl.
Kmbe,au,ai"tlll ever iaw.'W. if
Let ton, Lexington, liy.
"I'nifl llnlmnt.t n. i . ... ...
X """" "aYC tt jnoiant relief
If It Fails to Relieve Any Pain In
Minutes, Ask For Your Money Back.
50c At All Druggutior '
Bourbon Remedy Co., Lexington, Ky.
There is superstition enough
left in the world, but tho average
man hasn't enough of it to scaro
him away from a profitable propo
sition, or to prevent him crossing
u blade cat's trail if tho woman of
his hearts desire lives on the other
I am prepared to do all kinds ofjT;
hauling. For prompt delivery ta
and from trains, 'phono 321.
9 tf Geo. Wr. Anderson.
Best prices on flour, lard and
sugar at Vanarsdell's.