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2 BLUE GRASS FARMS 2
I WILL SELL AT PUBLIC AUCTION ON THE PREMISES AT THE HOME PLACE
Nine miles from Winchester, Kentucky, on the Wades Mill and North Middletown Pike, At the Hour oi a
10 O'CLOCK A. ML
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TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 11, 1919
Both of these farms are Blue Limestone Land in the
famous Stoner. Section, as good as can be found in Ken
tucky. Nearly all in Blue Grass Sod, part being Virgin
soil. The residences on each place are immediately on the
turnpike and on a rural route. Churches and schools are
easily accessible to both.
Cattle and other stock have been fed on this land
each year, much of the feed and silage having been
grown in the neighborhood and hauled theje. All man
ures have been carefully spread on the farms each year.
There is an excellent Orchard on each farm. Lots of fenc
ing and all in. good repair.
EVERY ACRE OF THIS LAND WILL GROW EX
CELLENT TOBACCO, both of these farms being in nn
unusually good condition as I have rented other farms
for over 20 years, where I have done nearly all of my
cultivation of crops.
FARM NO. 1. Nine miles from Winchester, four
miles from North Middletown and on the Wades Mill
and North Middletown turnpikes. Contains 150 acres.
Is well watered by Big Stoner Creek and several springs.
Has been very lightly cultivated for over 30 years. Has
an up-to-date residence of eight rooms, bath-room, two
halls, front and back porches. It is equipped with water
works, Acetylene lights and other modern conveniences.
One well and one cistern furnish the drinking water.
There are two summer houses, an ace house, milk
house, meat house, garage for two cars and other out
houses. One good, large stock barn and corn crib; two
good tobacco barns of a combined capacity of 18 acres ;
one concrete silo, 16x42. ,
FARM NO. 2. Seven and one-half miles from Win
chester on the Wades Mill and Sewell's Shop turnpike.
Contains about 55 acres of which 14 acres was broken
out of sod last year for tobacco, the rest has been in
Blue Grass Sod for 25 yqars. It is watered by three big
springs that fill two good-sized pools.
Improvements consist of one comfortable five-room
residence with all necessary out houses, a splendid well ;
store room, barn and tenant house in good repair.
TERMS LIBERAL PAYMENTS EASY AND MADE
KNOWN ON THE DAY OF SALE.
Will sljow these farms to anyone interested before
day of sale, and will meet any out-of-town prospective
buyers at the train. CalPPhone 423-J.
L. B. COCKRELL
Col. W. R. WATTS, Auctioneer . R. R. No. 1, WINCHESTER, KY.
Several from -ljere attended the
salo of Grover Morton last week near
Mrs. Lydia IJampton, Mr. and Mrs.
Joe- Palmer and daughter, Gladys,
and Mrs. Dora Formau spent the
week-end with relatives at Camargo.
Mrs. John Goff, of. Mississippi, is
visiting Mrs. Mina Goff, of -this
DR. H. M. WRIGHT
Office over Geiger's Pharmacy
Hours 9 to 12 ; 1 to 5
Phonesj office 247, Res. 249
Mrs. Jim Kimhrell is slowly im
proving after a severe spell of sick
Mrs. Jim Hisle was called to the
bedside of her son, Vernon, of Win
chester, who was very fill.
Several from here attended court
at Winchester Monday.
Mrs. Hampton Forman spent Tues
day with her mother at Log Lick, Ivy.
Mrs. Martha' Horton and" Mrs7
Gcorgio Stnnhopo spent one day last
week with Mrs. L. A. Ilampton.
ELLA WHEELER SMALL INVESTORS OWN
WILCOX PASSES AWAW! BIG CORPORATIONS
Mrs. Ella. Wheeler Wilcox, author
and poetess, died at her home, "The
Bungalow," in Branford, Friday.
Mrs. Wilcox had been ill for some
time, having had a nervous collapse
while engaged in war relief work in
Her death was not unexected to
those who bhared the seclusion of
her home. The exact nnture of her
final illness "vns not stated. Mrs.
Wilcox had been constantly under
medical care for nine months. Dur-
Aftt a woman has read in the ing her illness overseas messages to
newspapers of the mnnner in. which friends desired of her recovery,
husbands run off, she wonders &ho,Slio regained in a measure her
has enough faith that her husband strength and in July was hronght to
will eomo at nierht. to start sunner New York and then to Branford in
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TO THE PEOPLE
Our Bank is SMALL enough to
WANT your patronage and
is BIG enough to PROTECT
your interests. Every facility
in up-to-date banking. Let this
Bank be your Bank.
The Investors' Guide Department
of the Chicago Tribune recently said :
"The prevalent opinion held by of
ficeholders and politicians general
ly concerning corporations 5s far out
of accord with the facts. The politi
cal orator, whether in legislative
halls or in a town meeting, refers to
corporations as 'greedy creatures of
Wall Street.' According to his view
almost anything that hurts great cor
porations will benefit the peoplo in
general through limiting or decreas
ing the wealth of multi-millionaires.
The war revenue law was framed on
this theory. It lays crushing and
in some cases confiscatory taxes on
"Tho idea thnt these taxes fall
principally on the peoplo of great
wealth is incorrect. The greatest cor
porations are owned by people of
small means. These stocks, instead of
fulfillment of a deiro to bo in her
own home, tho place wherein most of
her literary- work had been done,
nnd whore with Mr. Wilcox sho had
entertained friends from all over the
Mrs. Wilcox was in her G-lth year
.nnd was a nntivo of Johnstown, Con-1
ter county, Wisconsin. Sho wns mar-1
ried to Mr. Wilcox in 1881. Her lit
erary work embraced a largo num
ber of books, both prose nnd poetry,
nnd sho was a contributor to many
EASTIN & HARRIS
MT. STERLING, KY.
Residence 205 and 140
Phones: Office 479
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H. R. PRCWITT Pras. : B. PRANK PERRY, Cashier
Lubricators, Oil Cups, Valves
Steam Hose, Thresher Supplies
Carried in stock
Write or phone
J. J. Fitzgerald Co.
A Rat That Didn't Smell After Being
Dead for 3 Months
'I swear it was dead at least threo
months," said James Sykes, Butcher,
Westftold, N. J. "Wo saw this rat
evorj' day. Put a cako of RAT-SNAP
behind n barrel. Months later ny
w5fo asked about the rat. Remember
ed the barrel, looked behind it. There
was tho rat dead, not tho slightest
odor." Throo sizes, 25c, 50c, $1.00.
Sold nnd guaranteed by Chennult &
403 Trust Company Bldg.
132 South LiniMtoae Strsct. Lexington, Ky.
No one wants to impute improper
motives to tho Republicans in Con
gress, but it happens that adjourn
ment from November 1 to December
1, as contemplated, would mean a big
charge for mileage to members who
went homo and hack.
Christinas is only n short ways
off. Children in this strenuous ago
expect Santa Claus to work a good
deal liardor than ho used to.
BOUGHT AND SOLD
McCANN & CO.
5K m m m m m m m m m m m m
Old Postoffice Building
gradually becoming concentrated in
tho Wall Street safes, are rapidly
being acquired by smalL investors
all over the country." Adv.
Every living creature has some
thing to worry it. A dog hasn't any
wife, but he has fleas.
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A man with money to burn can al
ways find a lot of women who can
supply the kindling.
in the Jewelry business in Mt. Sterling
This is the Record of
J E W E l E R
Fair dealing and courteous treatment has
made a success of our business.
Mt. Sterling Lumber
Star Planing Mill Co.
Rough and dressed. Everything
to build a house, barn, garage
or anything mado of wood
Fence posts. Sash. Doors.
Composition roofing. Cedar
shingles. Ashphalt shingles.
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