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The Mt. Sterling advocate. (Mt. Sterling, Ky.) 1890-current, November 11, 1919, Section One, Image 6

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DON'T DELAY
Now is the time to lay in your
winter supply of
O O -A. Hi
The weather is good and now is the
best time for hauling. We have no as
surance that the supply of coal will be
sufficient for the needs of the people so
why take a chance.
We will be pleased to make you a price on your
requirements.
McDONALD
ROTHERS
MT. STERLING, KY.
PHONE 3
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Fire, Tornado, Automobile
Accident, Plate Glass
Live Stock
INSURANCE
We go anywhere
for BUSINESS
geleman's Insurance Agency
Phone 538 Office, Rogers Buiding.
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WINCHESTER QONCRETE PIKE
TO BE FINISHED THIS WEEK
The concreted stretch of the Lexington-Winchester
pike, more than
six miles in length, on which work
has been going on for more than four
months, will be completed this week
provided there is no further rain,
according to Road Engineer Frank
Kurzenknnbe. Less than 1,500 feet
remains to be built.
Although completed this week,
tho entire section will not be open
ed for traffic for two ueeks, as the
latest concrete laid must dry two
weeks before; bCing used. Several
miles of tl'e pike already is in use
by residents.
Said to be the best road of its
type in Kentucky and the only con
crete road in tho central part of tho
State, it will not be formally opened
for several weeks as macadam
"shoulders" three feet wide must be
built on each side of the concrete.
The Cahill construction company, of
Louisville, has the contract for the
construction, which will cost Fay
ette county approximately $100,000,
State and federal funds providing
one-half the total cost, , which is
$200,000.
Nobby Suits and Overcoats
It. E. Punch & Co.
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VMIWAintCO HAJOHITY
In 'RnMia there ar ftbont l"r
000,000 people, but Ih than 10 per
cent, of them, so it is mud; were in
any way identified actively or pas
sively with the Bolshevistic cnftirm'gn
which brought chaos to that country.
Ten per cent, of the population, or
less, was organized and mobilused as
against 00 per cent unorganised and
without leadership. The result is just
what will always, happen when fin
unorganized minority of even 10 per
cent, aggressively and vigorously led,
can dominate 00 per cent, unorgan
ized to their destruction. This is true
in politics as in war. lAn organized
army of 100,000 can easily rout and
completely destroy an unorganized
body of 1,000,000 unequipped nnd
untrained.
There aro more than 10,000,00p
people in tho United States engaged
in gainful occupation. It is estimated
by labor union people that there nrc
3,000,000 members of labor organiza
tions. Secretary of Labor "Wilson
.stated some time ngo that while
there nrc 13,000,000 people in this
country eligible for membership in
the American Federation of Labor,
10,000,000 of them are still not or
ganized as members. These 3,000,
000 organired union men compacted
together into a solid body under the
leadership of tho aggressive radi
cals of today will endanger and pos
sibly destroy the freedom of more
than 37,000,000 lnhoring people of
other kinds and of others not mem
bers of labor unions, unless these
non-union people promptly and ag
gressively mnke ready to protect
themselves. It would bo unspeakable
filly for this unorganized mass to
believe in its own safety by reason of
its members. Against a forst of 3,
000,000 organized union labor men
the 37,000,000 of unorganized work
ers will be helpless, so long as they
Bourbon
PUBLIC
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county
UCTION
Kam m Shi, m
Saturday, November 15 11;
at 10 OjCIock, A. M.
;r pike,
The John L. Soper farm of 367 acres on be Little Rook and Jackstown pikes and the Sorj
two miles from Little nock, 12 miles from Fan and 8 miles from Carlisle.
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In three tracts, first and second tracts leparately and thsn as a whole and the best bid accepted.
This farm Is one of tho best cared for farms I tho county and practically three-fourths of thi entire
farm is excellent tobacco land and ready as ob oX the best money makers In the county. i
It f
TRACT NO 1 Contains about 130 acres locfed on tho Soper pike and all In blue grass, timothy and
clover except 15 acres broke out of soJh 1919 and now sown to wheat and grass. Improvements
conalst of a two-story frame resldencjof eight rooms, front and back porches, good cellar, cis
tern at back door, dairy in yard, stocMarn wjth good cistern, all necessary' outbuildings ' and
watered by springs and creeks. SpleAd young orchard Just coming into fruitage.
TRACT NO 2 Contains about 130 acres alln timothy, blue grass and clover except 12 acres in culti
vation. Six-room framo cottage in grtl repair, porch, cistern, spring house In yard, 2 tobacco
barns holding about to nacres, all fecessary outbuildings. Has a deeded right of way for driving
and bau'Ing through Tract No. 1, vlch road is to bo maintained by owner of Tract No. 2, Sep-'
arate way fcr driving stock to and 4m tho farm.
TRACT NO 3 Contains 107 acres on thojickstown andLittle Rock pike, two miles from Little Rock.
One barn and stock scales. Two-thfs of this tract 13 fine tobacco land, 35 acres of which has
not been plowed for thirty yearsflas good orchard and fine building site. ' '
I am making this sale on account ohy inability to look after my land and the sale will be posi
tive and without reserve.
.TERMS LIBERAL Ten per cent. p in han d on day of sale, 20 per cent. March 1, 1920, when
possession will be given; 20 per cent. Mip 1, 1921; 20 per cent. March 1, 1922; 15 per cent March 1,
1923, and 15 per cent. March , 1924. Defed notes to bear six per cent and a lien retained on the prop
erty to securo payment. The sale will bjeld at th e barn on Tract No. '3. Tenants on tho farm will
show the place to; prospective buyers anjpy, and I will be on the farm the day before tke sale.
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FALL
ANNOUNCEMENT
We have New Fall
models and beautiful
materials from which to
fashion your tailored
gown. . . .
B. LEVIN
Ladies' Tailor
408 Fayette National Bank
Building
Lexington, Ky.
39-lyr.
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PUBLIC SALE!
Having sold my Farm and decided not to again engage
in the farming industry, I will on
TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 25
lO OCLOCK A. M.
offer for sale to the highest bidder, at my home place,
near Aaron's Run, between Aaron's Run and Flat
Rock Pike, the following Personal Property:
1 Black horse
1 Bay Mare, bred to Hutsell's
jack, and if in foal the pur
chaser to pay the season
36 Sheep
4 Cows and 3 calves
1 Sow and 11 shoats
1 Mower ' .'
1 Hay rake
1 Binder
1 Two-horse cultivator
2 Oliver Chill Turning Plows
1 Single Shov.el and 2 double
shovel plows
Pitchfolks
Two-horse wagon and har
ness Cane mill and pan
Little Giant tobacco screw
Two-horse slide
Buggy and harness
Airtight heating stoves
Cook stove and cooking
utensils
Seta of furniture, marble
top
Iron bedstead
Lamp stand
1 Extension table and chairs
Dishes, Jars, Crocks, Flat
Irons
5 Gallons lard
1 Digger and shovel
1 Sledgehammer and pick
Half of two ricks of hay
About 75 or 80 shocks of
corn. Can feed it on place
before March 1st
Many other articles not
listed will be put up and
everything will be sold re
gardless of price.
JOHN L
OPER
IrLBbTTli &, Speakes,
L. D. HARRIS,
General Business Manag
At the same time and p
four thoroughbred Southdo
SALES AGENTS
Col. GEO. D. SPEAKS,
Auctioneer.
I will sell 144 head of extra cooA atoelr w anA
mcks to be sold in four lota.
arc not united In any cohesive power
for protecting themselves against this
minority.
Russia's experience should warn
us of tho danger of remaining asleep
while an aggressive minority digs at
the foundation of our national life.
It behooves non-union people in every
wnllr of life, men who value their
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own (independence and the muepen-H'"- oiurnng as an op-to-unte pliy
dence of tho nation, to bo alert top'1111' Dr. Henry is ono of our own
these conditions, and in advance thBS en, a son of W. G. Henry,
formulate their plans to see that jM a cousin of Dr. R. H. Henry, of
small minority led by the rankefincestcr. Thus wo introduce Dr.
radicals of tho age Bhnll not rufcnry to our peoplol
America, in order to rule over tl
NEW PHYSICIAN
O. P. Henry, sergent and gen-
practitioner, has moved into his
e in the Traders National Bank.
rooms aro fitted especially for
Iwork. Dr. Henry has done much
ipuai practice, lias been across
seas, where he did much sur-
y and general practice, and comes
TERMS Under $10 Cash; over that amount three
months time with approved note bearing . 6
cent interest.
J. T. JOHNSON
wreck and glory in tho opportun
of looting it, as Lenino and Trot
and their followers have done
Russia.
Our safety is not in numbers,
in organization and in an awak
consciousness of the situation,
hrnm tlctermmawon tuat rauic
and tho politics which toadi
rnd'iealijtyn shall not sacifific
people of this country nnd 1
idfnnnn no n Tarmmis nt thn lv
of this smaH minority, dominaua
largo extent by Anarchists,
ists and Bolshevists.
Tf. is tfmn frvr Anflrinn iHO
nn nnt Yiirtfnf ilinmcnlvoa nn.f
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icn. 'Manufacturer's Recor
Mr. P. LaDuke, Farmer, Safu
Bet Rats Can Bite Tnroug
"I had feed bins fined Fno
last year, rats got throuy
oon. Was out $18. A $TaR0
of RAT-SNAP killed so irat3
flint T'vn nnvnr lwnn withoiln;0.
Our Collio dog never touJ"
SNAP." You try it. Three 25c
50c, $1.00. Sold and BUjJd y
Chenault & Orear.
REAL BARGAIN M
These aro tho real hi408
for tho purchaso of vings
Stamps and Treasury r er"
tificatcs. Stamps andlficates
bought in November Jcember
maturo January 1, IO200 Cor
tiftcato bought in Nf' costs
tl dft nvA in TlMauili-9 Four
Chesapeake & Ohio R'v
Shortest and Quickest Route
Through Pullman Sleepers
to
Washington, Baltimore, Philadelphia
and New York
Direct Route to Richmond, Va., Old
Point, Norfolk, Virginia and
North Carolina.
Two Through Trains to LoulsTllle
Steel Equipment Dining Cars.
There aro people who accept ex
perience, and learn. If they hare
been indifferently reared they learn
poKte ways. There are others who,
ns long as they live, try to convert
tho world to ignorance and lack 'of
politeness.
Men and Boys' Overcoats
R. E. Punch & Co.
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"TMK QUALITY HOUSE
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All Makes of Tires and Tubes
VULCANIZED
Mt. Sterling Vulcanizing Company
53-55 BANK STREET
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