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A lid REBICTION IN IATIML MS
of 96 1-2 acrw of land, ntr Sti
MONTGOMERY CIRCUIT COURT
Mary Ragkn Gay, ct al,
James M. Bigstaff, ct at,
Notice of Sale in Equity
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Phones: Oilice 474; Residence 132
A DELIGHTFUL DAY
Mr. N. Y. Rupard, wife and
daughters, Misses Clara, Sallie, Nan
cy and Martha Allen, of Clark coun
ty; W. S. nnd Gilbert Thomas, Miss
Maggie and Mrs. John Thomas, made
a surprise visit to the family of T.
G. Thomas on the 23rd. It was an all
day visit, such as we think of some
times when alone, and wo backward
look. Tho dinner was just" what our
mothers used to prepare when com
pany came in ns these folks did.
Just think of that dinner, delicious
chicken, tender, highly seasoned and
good gravy, old ham, all tho vege
tables of the season, big fat biscuits,
hot and served with delightful jersey
butter nnd good rich strained honey,
peach preserves, Sf you .prefer,
coffee, palntable flavor, hot with re
vivifying effect, buttermilk, sweet
milk, custard and sweet potato pies,
cakes and ices, that just suit. A day
for reviewing tho past and antici
pating the future. It was good to bo
there. A great day it was.
Tho McAlister heirs will offer for
sale at public auction their 80-ncre
farm on Plum Lick on the premises
at 11 o'clock Thursday, October 30,
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a man when he gets
to be 40, misses some
thing. He may have
lots of money, and 'a fine
He never "got out and
saw things". .After he
gets settled down, it's too
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to ttand still all his life.
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is when you're young and
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that's its business. You stand
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You'll be ready through and
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There's a Recruiting Station
right near you. If you don't
know where it is, your Post
master will be glad to tell you.
By virtue of a judgment nnd or
der of sale of tho Montgomery Cir
cuit Court rendered nt tho October
Term, 1910, thereof, in the above
cause, the undersigned will, on tho
17th Day of November, 19 1
at one o'clock, P. M., or thereabout,
(being Court Dny), proceed to offer
for sale, at Public Auction, to tho
highest biddor, on n credit of six
and twelve months, nt the Court
house door, in Mt. Sterling, Ky., the
property mentioned in the judgment,
Thnt certain trtict of land located
near Stoops in Montgomery county,
Kentucky, on the east side of nnd ad
jacent to the Hinkston turnpike, and
bounded nnd described as follows:
Beginning at a point in the middle
of said Hinkston turnpike corner
with tho lands of J. II. Gillispie (now
Ilnlloy Gillispie, etc.); thence leaving
snid pike with the line of said Gillis
pie E. 166 poles to a stake, corner to
said Gilhspio nnd others; thence N.
3 deg. E. 83.7 poles with the lino of
C. B. Patterson nnd others to a cor
ner (o snmo in the lino of Webb, for
merly Coekrell; thence with the line
jf M. O. Coekrell N. 44 1-2 deg. W.
31.8 pole" to a corner with same;
thence N. 86 3-4 deg. W. 84.06 poles,
corner mndo -wtih the lnnds of J. M.
Bigstnf f, Jr., . etc., in the lino of
Webb; thence with the line of said
Bigstaff S 6 1-4 deg. W. 36 poles to n
corner made with same; thence fl.
86 3-4 deg. W. 63.5 poles to n point
in the center or tne iiinKston turn
pike, corner to same; theneo with the
center of said turnpike S. 1 deg. E.
07.5 poles to the beginning, contain
ing within said boundary ninety five
and one-half (05 1-2) ncres of land.
Being same lnnd conveyed by the
Master Commissioner of Bath Cir
cuit Court to Mary R. Gay by deed
dated November 7th, 1910, of record
in Commisioner's deed book No. 5,
page 134, Montgomery County Court
Tho purchaser will bo required to
nve bond, with approved security,
for the payment of tho pnrchnse
money, to have tho force and effect!
of a Replevin Bond, bearing legal
interest from the day of sale, nc
"ording to law.
Bidders will bo prepared to com-
nly with these terms. A Jien will be
retnincd on the land sold till all the
mrehase money is paid.
Bonds payable to undersigned.
W. BD. JONES,
Master Commissioner M. C. C.
R. G. KERN, Atty. for plaintiffs.
W. B. WHITE, Attj'. for defendants.
Persons desiring to be shown this
land enll on Marvin N. Gay and R. G.
ED MORftOW AM TMI FAMMIIt
JWwln P. Morrow admlta he op
posed pardoabf lijQai ootwty
farmers who had ben convicted of
violating the an ti-trust laws in pro
ceedings in the Federal Court. MorJ
aw was otskiol attorney when the
fanners took an appeal from the dis
trict court which convicted them to
the Court of Appeals, which affirmed
eir conviction. His aame appears
on the brief of the government in
thnt appeal case, in Spite of his dec
laration that "I had nothing to do
with tho prosecution of these farm
ors." Now, 5t should bo borno in mind
thnt tho Republican party .never
made n move against tho tobacco
trust while tho tobneco war was on
in Kentucky. The Governor of Ken
tucky did not even nttempt to insti
luo proceedings against the trust,
vhose exactions were rapidly mak
'ng anarchists out of peaceful farm-
era, which, robbed these inrmers
right and left without benefit of
clergy,- which offered them a prico
for their tobacco sometimes under
tho nctunl cost of production and as-,
surcd them that they "could take it
or leave it," and that wlls true; there
was no other buyer. When the tobac
co growers revolted against such
conditions the heavy hand of tho law
was laid upon them, but not upon the
trust. "My troops" even were called
out to suppress violence caused by
the robbery of the farmers by the
trust, but not a move was over made
by the Republican administration,
Stnto or national, to relieve the suf
Women and little children toiled
through the burning hont of July and
August to help the struggling hus
band nnd father raise a tobacco
crop. He was unable to employ any
other help. The trust took the crop,
the tears of the mother and the worn
children, and their work having been
in vain, tho prices frequently
amounting to confiscation. It is little
wonder they wanted to do themselves
what the government of their state
;ind nation should have done for their
protection. But in this case the Re
publican party ran "true to form."
Always a trust party, kept in power
by the trusts, like the devil himself it
looked after its own. Tho farmers
were the ones who got tho axo. One
who would vote for Ed. Morrow now
deserves nil that the G. O. P. mny
hand him in tho neighborhood of tho
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her. es, where they are reccHcd as
intiii' ers of tho family, sent to bchool
and church and give'i o- cry advantnge
they would have if bora in the family
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PRICE OF CIGAR WILL HELP
BUILD CHILDREN'S HOME
Is a Kentucky boy or girl worth the
prico of smoke?
And if it is, nro you willing to back
up your conviction to the extent of a
dimo the prico of n cignr.
These questions nro being asked of
every person in Kentucky by the' Ken
tucky Children's Homo Society, in an
endeavor to raise $300,000 in n flve
day campaign which began Monday,
for tho purpose of building a village
of cottages on a farm ten miles from
Louisville, near St. Matthews.
As n reminder of what tho destituto
children, who had been renred by tho
society, havo done in pnying tho debt
to the Commonwealth, tho children
now m the caro of tho institution
proudly point to their service flag
that contains 130 stars, representing
tho numbo rof oldor boys who should
ered tho gun against tho Hun. Five of
tho number gayo their lives for tho
causo, ten won commissions, and ouo
of tho young ladies went to Frauco
as a Red Cross nurse.
Tho society dos ot deal with the
defective hildrcn of the State, but
with thoso who are normal, mentally
and physically, and shapes them dur
ing .their fonnntivo period of life into
good nnd useful citizens. Duriug more
than twenty years of its kistory tho
Kentucky Children's Home Society
has received from tho various coun
ties of tho State on ordors from coun
ty judges about 3,000 children, sever
al hundred of whom nro now grown
men and women in various nvocations
rIho bocioty was organized for tho
purjioso of taking destitute, neglected
and Mistreated children, not eligible to
other fcimilar institutions, and after
GOVERNMENT HAD NO
TAX ON RECTIFIERS
Mr. Morrgw has charged that be
tween tho years of 1912 nnd 101G,
from "an investigation of the records
of tho Internal Kevcuuo Department
it has been found thnt the Federal
government collected from tho recti
fiers tax on 27,000,000 gallons of
rectified spirits, nud thnt during tho
same period of timo tho State of
Kentucky collected from the recti
fiers ou only 12,000,000 gallons, nnd
the Stnto tax being 11-3 cents per
gallon, for rectifying whiskey, that
it had lost the tax on 14,000,000,, nnd
that tho State had thereby been de
prived of $182,000.00.
Mr. Morrow served for several
years ns United States district at
torney, nnd it is presumed thnt ho
knows something about tho federal
law.- But when ho says that tho fed
eral government collected tax for
rectifying whiskey, ho makes a
statement which tho records will not
sustain, becauso during that period
o'f time tho United States did not
levy or collect nny tnx for rectify
ing whiskey. Tho law passed by Con
gress authorizing tho collection of n
tax for rectifying whiskey was not
adopted until Ootobor, 1917. Tho
Stnto of Kentucky has, since 1000,
levied a tax upon tho business of
rectifying, adulterating and blending
whiskey, and this tax is collected by
the rectifier reporting monthly to the
auditor tho number of gallons of
whiskoy so rectified, adulterated or
blended, and from this report, under
oath, the auditor figures out tho
amount of tax duo from tho rectifier.
If tho rectifiers falsely reported to
tho auditor, as Mr. Morrow's state
ment would indicate, this is not tho
fault of nny officer, but it is tho
fault of tho law, and the same law
was in force during tho administra
tion of Augustus E. Willson.
A DAY AT FORMER HOME
Mrs. Henry M. Gunn, of Hermis
ton, Oregon7 nnd Mrs. Richard Arn-
spigcr, or Lexington, spent tho day
here Wednesday. Mrs. Gunn looks
well, having aged very little and car
ries that same h'appy smile. Tho
professor, nil of us loved Professor
Gunn, is in tho best of health and is
doing well, gathering of earth, sub
stance and wo trust, in tho Inngungo
of his church, tho Presbyterian,-is
"growing in grace." Henry, tho boy,
in knee pants when here, is now a
full grown man of 21 years, in bus
iness for a while, but will resume
his studies nnd becomo a college
graduate. The dear little girl, Jennie,
too young to articulate plainly when
she went to tho West, is just ono year
past sweet sixteen, is in school nnd
is ono of tho prottiest girls of tho
West. Evoryono wns glad to see Mrs.
Gunn and I am sure nil had the same
wish, that these goed people would
ere loug return to Mt. Sterling and
again becomo members of that social
family where hearts beat ns ono.
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