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- The W. A. Sutton Farm 213 Acres Fine Blue Grass Land
PUBLIC AUCTION SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 22, 1919
Located on the Maysville pike, 1 1-4 miles from the city limits of Mt. Sterling in as good neigh
borhood as found any where in Kentucky. The farm will first be offered in Six Tracts ranging from 20
to 50 acres, and then as Two Tracts, 88 and a fraction acres and 130 acres, and then the entire boun
It is seldom that a farm like the Sutton land is known to be, located on the main highway of the county, within a five-minutes' drive of the city, is ever offered to
buyers under the auctioneer's hammer, and the announcement that this farm will be sold at public outcry is sufficient to bring hundreds of buyers to the sale, who will
bid and buy this attractive piece of property.
TRACT NO. 1 Will contain about twenty acres adjoining the
Prewitt Young lands, and having a nice frontage on the Maysville pike,
with a beautiful building site. This tract of land lays well, is in high
state of cultivation and is a strong character of soil, which will produce
any kind of crop. This tract is watered by spring and branch.
TRACT NO. 2 Adjoins Tract No. 1, and has a good frontage on
the Maysville pike and will contain about 25 acres, with fine pool, barn
and silo, and handsome building site.'
TRACT NO. 3 Adjoins Tract No. 2, and will contain about 43
acres of excellent land, with the prettiest building site in the county.
This tract is watered by spring near the Paris pike.
Tracts One, Two and Three are on the West side of the Maysville pike
TRACT No. 4 Adjoins the land of H. R. Prewitt, and will contain
about 40 acres, with fine pair of stock scales, plenty of water and hand
some site for a home.
TRACT NO. 5 Adjoins Tract No. 4 and will contain about 40 to
50 acres with the residence, tobacco barn crib and all outbuildings, or
chard and well watered.
TRACT NO. 6 Adjoins Tract No. 5, and contains about 40 acres
of land, with good tenant house, spring, well watered and plenty of
Tracts Four, Five and Six are on the East side of the Maysville pike
Wtch advertisements and bills next week for map and' exact size of the tracts to be sold. Go and look the entire farm over at this time. It is well worth seeing, and if
you are in the market for a good piec.e of land, located in the best section of the county, close in, where nutural gas and electricity and city water can be had on your
property for a nominal cost, you cannot overlook this opportunity. YOU WILL NEVER HAVE ANOTHER CHANCE TO BUY LAND LlKE THIS IN SMALL TRACTS
NEAR MT. STERLING. "v
See me for further particulars. "'"
The sale will be held on the premises, rain or shine, at 2 o'clock in the afternoon of Saturday, November 22. Keep your mind on the day and date.
"The Man Who Sells The Earth," Mt. Sterling, Ky.
WM. CRAVENS, Auctioneer. Agents for Mrs. W. A. Sutton and Sons.
"AMERICA FIRST AND
A Declaration of Principles
(By the Citizens' Patriotic League
of Covingtou, Ky.)
First Wo believe In the Constitu
tion of the United States as the writ
ten basis of the most perfect sybtem
of government ever devised by the
mind of man.
Second Wo believe in tho flag of
our land as tho perfect emblem of
that for which our nation has al
ways stood liberty, equality and
justice to all over whom lit waves.
Third We believe that these priv
ileges are the equal property of every
citizen of this country, witnout ref
erence to his ancestry or birth, and
that, therefore, his country has the
right to demand of him his undivided
allegiance in peace and in war,
Made Me a Well Man
Mr. Louis Young, 1G52
Clifford St., Rochester, N.
"I Buffered for thirty years
with chronlo boel troulilir, Mom
nch trouble mid beiuorrlinses of
We boucht a bottlo of Peruna
and I took It faithfully, and I
liriinu to feci better.
jly wife persunded mo to con
tinue, and I tools It for some
tlnlo as directed. -Now I am a
hemorrhages of the bowels.
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Mt. Sterling Vulcanizing Company
53-55 BANK STREET
under all circumstances, likewise
without reference to birth or ances
try. Foitrth Wo believe that in the
hour of danger the Constitution and
the flag demand tho loyal service,
and, if need be, the life of every cit
izen of these United Stntes, and that
Hie man who, in such an hour, with
holds either service or blood is n-bas-tard
citizen and no true son of Amer
Fifth Wo believo that tho danger
to the nation and its principles is
greater nnd more insidious today
than at any hour during tho active
hostilities of the recent' past.
Sixth We believe that this danger
arises from several source, numely:
a. German propaganda, which is
over with us, albeit under a new guise
l Appeals to racial prejudice in
political, effort, which wo unquali
fiedly condemn as un-American and
e. Socialism, whether radical or
d. Tho presence ot millions of il
literate foreigners, incapable of com
prehending or appreciating either tho
principles or tho blessings of Ameri
can institutions, nnd forming a most
ready and willing agency through
which both German propaganda and
Sooialistio principles arc disseminated.
o. Weak-kneed or conscienceless
politicians, who skillfully refrained
from offending tho traitors amount
us during the war and nro now striv
ing with might and main to gather
tho practical fruit of their treason
f. Citizens of any class who put
party beforo principle, or prejudico
ahead of tho weal of tho country.
Seventh Wo believo that tho sal
vntion of tho nation demands that
America shall bo Americanized, lot
ting tho process hurt whom it may.
Eighth To this end, wo bcHovo
radical steps of reconstruction must
bo immediately adopted.
a. Resident aliens of all nation
alities, who are incapable of appreci
ating tho blessings of our institutions
must bo deported.
b. Foreign-born citizens who have
proven their unfitness for citizen
ship by either open disloyalty in
word or deed, or by seditious inac
tivity in the times of war, must have
the rights of citizenship withdrawn
and they likewise must be deported.
e. German and all other modern
foreign languages must be banished
from nil elementary schools and
I from public print and public speech
alike, save where they aro employed
for the purpose of Americanizing
foreign-horn people not yet acquaint
ed with the English language.
d. All methods and plans for
Americans whose antecedents and
environments has given them a clear
conception of the principles of
c. All immigration must bo imme
diately suspended for an indefinite
Ninth Wo believe that Geininn
propaganda must bo destroyed and
with it all of tho spawn which it has
produced social revolution, pussy
footing politicians who seek pro-Ger-maii
support, race agitation and ag
itators. Tenth Wo believo that tho ballot
is the ono and only constitutional
menus by which Americans can se
cure needed changes of governmental
policy and purpose nnd that the hon
est and intelligent uso of tho ballot
in placing in position of responsibil
ity oidy loyal AJmerieans, without
reference to ancestry, will effectual
ly safeguard our inherited rights.
Eleventh Wo beliovo that all at
tenips at coercion in tho control of
tho legislative, executive or judicial
departments of tho government nro
un-American, trensonablo and preg
nant with unspenkablo danger to tho
Twelfth Wo beliovo that the hour
has come when every loyal American
who values his inheritance of liberty
and loves tho flag of his land must
put country first, and, forgetting
other affiliations, join hands with
every loyal citizen to free America
from its present peril.
Then, God helping us, all else for
got, we pledge our hands, our hearts,
our lives, our services to America
first and America forever.
NOTICE If these principles are
your principles, send your name and
address to tho Citizens' Patriotic
League, Box 183, Covington, Ky.,
nnd a copy will be supplied for your
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