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THE INTERIOR JOURNAL, STANFORD, KENTUCKY.
TUESDAY. SEPTEMBER 12 1811.
Farm For Rent. Two miles from
Hustonvillc. Apply to Miss Hlnck
erm. Hustonvillc, 70-1
For Sale. Thoroughbred Diiroc
Jersey sown, pits ami Imnrs. T. J.
Durham, Crab Orchard, It. F. D. 2.
For Snlo or trade for live stock, 78
acres on county road. V. II. Muel
lr; Stanford, Ky., 63-tf.
Farm For Rent. 250 ncres in tho
Walnut FJat neighborhood; 45 acres
im sod to (to in corn; 25 ncres in
vlieat; 1- in oats, and remainder in
grass, good house and barn. Went
for cash. Apply to Mrs. George
tjaenn, Stnnford.Ky. 70-lf
For Sale. I have -100 or 500 bush
ei of Missouri Fultz deed wheat for
slc; will reelenn and sell at .$1 a
buf-bel. .Ins. McKeehnie, Phone I"ili
(voter Exchange. G8-4p
I wnnt to rent 25 to 10 acres of
geod wheat land. Must be "close to
town. Address Hox 208, Stanford,
.1. II. Witt, of Garrard sold lint
week ft fine 1,000 pound cow to J.
D. Pope at 4 cent1.
John Hubbard, of the West F.nd
Uinkt of J. .M. Carter his farm in
t-o McCormack'fl Church neighbor
hood last week, paying him $1011 nu
Monte Fot, of Danville, purchased
Intit week 200 head of 1,500 pound
cutilo of T. I). Chonault of .Madison
at G 1-2 cents.
Will Lilian! sold to A. K. Hundley
ia Doyle 20 1,000 pound cattle nt an
crH(ic of 5 cents, He also sold to
Jack Ullrich 22 at I II-1 and ship
ped a car load to the city'mnrkcts.
Lost bay mare mule, 4-years-old,
14 1-2 hands high. Lust seen near
Stanford Friday Sept. S. Kcward
for return or information leading to
er recovery. J. T. Kigsby, Kotite 2,
4L J. Thompson sold a 1,250 lb
(tiir to Johnson nnd Smith nt 1 l-2u
afeo a veal calf at $10.
Walter Martin sold a bunch of 10
1 of 510 pound steers to Bottoms
4. Taylor nt 4 cents, sold to Snm
Owens a 5 months old calf for $21.
I. 0. Spratt bought a mare from
Swtl Uros., of Goshen for $50, sold
t wWes to same for $25.
J. B. Wade sold 2 car-londs of
Skis year's corn crop, f. o. b., Row
land to Lutes nt $3.
I. C. Wilson sold 10 050 pound
buffers to T. W. Jones & Co., nt 3 1-2
vmU for October 1st delivery, also
tfcrec calves at $11 each.
D. 1). Collett sold to T. W. Jones
Co.,, 27 head of GOO pound cattle
t 3 1-2 to 3 3-4c.
f. J. Smith, of Brodhead, sold here
a court ,a pair of 4-year-o.l horse
nrfc for 275.
W. P. Debhon sold a cow and calf
t W. II. Drown for $10, also 2 heif-
at 3 1-2 cents, three steers, 750
& weight, at 4 cents. Sold
Geo. Dcshon, a 1,305 pound hull
i cents. He sold a stack of hav,
ick made 120 bales for $108 to
J. W. Sviejipv lln- T,inenter livrrV-
I offer for sale privately the
1. My home place of about 260 acres of land, on which is situated the Edge
wood distillery, a frame dwelling house f 10 rooms, practically new, with all modern
conveniences, including bath and water heating apparatus; all necessary outbuildings
in splendid state of repair. The Edgewood distillery has 103 bushels capacity with
20,000 barrel storage capacity and bottling house all complete, also cribs for 3,000
barrels of corn. The brands of whisky made by this distillery have a national repu
tation. 2. The Dudderar's Mill property containing about 50 acres of land and a water
and steam grist mill of 50 barrel capacity, which has recently been overhauled and
made up to date; also a two-story brick dwelling hous at the mill
3. The John Spoonamore farm of about 120 acres, containing frame dwelling
4. The John TrayUr distillery property of 7 acres at Gilbert's Creek station.
The distillery has a capacity of 36 bushels and a storage capacity of 4,000 barrels.
5. The John Traylor farm of 198 acres, with frame dwelling and outbuildiags.
This property is all on Dix river, in Lincoln county, Kentucky, and all on the
Goshen turnpike except the John Traylor propertv, which is on the county road lead
.kg from the Gilbert's Creek station to Dudderar's Mill.
For further particulars, address
W; H. Traylor,
R. F, D. 4,
D. It. Dishon bought n 000-pootid
J. L Hutchins, of Boyle bought'
425 hogs, ot 150 to 225 pound
weight, nt G 1-2 to 7c.
James Carter, Jr.. of near McCor-
mack's Church, sold his farm of 70
1-2 acres to John Hubbard nt ftOO.
Black Berkshire loars and Buff
Orpington cockerels for sale. C. C
Withers, K. I). No. 2. Phone 143 1
Harris & Woods had their string
of mules nt the Richmond fair Inst
week nnd out of nine shows they
pulled down nine blue ribbons. Tboie
crack mles have been tnken to Knox
illc where thev will bo shown nt the
For Sale. Old Bruce livery 1mm
on Depot Street. Will sell publicly
county court day October 9. Terms
ensy. J. C. Eulmnks. 72-0t,
fnylor fc Bottom of Bwyle, sold to
Richard Cobb aud son, 20 700-pound
fleers for 4 1-2 cents per pound He
uNo sold to Myers & Tucker 15 800
pound steers for S4.G5. nlso sold to
J. I). Whitehou-e 15 steers nt 4c pen
pound. -. ' I
The highest price paid for wheat !
n Boyle this season was last week I
when II. C. Bright bought several I
crops which amounted to 10,000 bush
els. He paid 1)0 cents per bushel for
it. He bought crops from Messrs.
Gentry Biothers, Chlis, P. Cecil nnd
I.eti Bell bought a coming .'1-yeur-
old mare trom .Mr. Ylnte tor $12.)
T. W. Brock and W. O. Brock of
Garruid sold n few days ngo to Joe
Hales, ot .Mmlison county, 110 fut
cattle weighing about 1,500 pounds,
at (1 V cents per pound.
HolUclow Bros., of Walnut Flat
sold their fine 110 ncro farm lust
week, to Mr. Poynter of London.
Price private. This is ono of the
largest land sales in Lincoln county
for some time. Possession given Jan
nary 1st. This is part of the fam
ous Owsley farm and contains the
residence. They nlso sold $1,300
woith of new crop of corn in the
Tho A. D. Root fa-m, fmir miles
from town on the Hustonvillc pike
was taken down t $50.50 tin ucjc
when offered nt public mictian coun
ty lourt day Col. T. L Hugh-ii, (be
uuetioneer, of DuiiviMe, cried tho fale
and had a large crowd present, but
could getno higher bid. 'P13 farm
was also withdrawn when uf lure
tor rental nt $S50.
Cincinnati, O., Sept. 12 Cuttle
Receipts 2,380 head, market steady
to stiong nt last week's closing
prices: steers $3.50(ri7.10: heifers
.V2.25((r'5.75 : ows $1(jV; calves wiy
wm! quiei nt f3(r8.25. Hog. Re
ceipts 3,223 head; market steady nt
last Saturday's prices; packers $7.25
(n7.55; stairs f3(tt"i.G5; common
sows $4(o:G.75; pij;s and lights .3(n
? i ai.n t ;. i .inn , .
our,.'), iicct'iiis i,.)uu iieaii;
market steady at .$1(33.25: lnmb
dull and 25oV0c Umpr nt .i3ffl.H 25.
PUBLIC SALE! .
Of land and livestock, (will yd
ft liuMic auction to the highest and
'Ml buM" t my place 1-4 imlo
ft ' "jh;""- ..,
Tuesday. Sept. 19th 1911. f ,
M.v fn "f 10 - conhHniijB
cw fi" ""' K001 ,,n";
,nn,r; nd three porces, ciitern at
iortr' ,ftre hnrn J""1 ot icr outbtilM.
'"h, h'nvic fiiiiii uu iitm; mm nu
river on west boundnrv of farm.
Will nlso 'offer G2 1-2 ncres of
land on Drnkc's Creek, known as
"part of the George Kvnns farm.
jll also sell the following livestock.
1 three-ycnr-old combined hors 1
brood marc in foal to jack, ll year
ling mules, 2 suckling colts, 2 com
ing 4-ycar-old work liuib's, 4 coming
2-year-old mules, 4 coming 3-ycnr-old
mules, 2 heavy draft work hor
ses, .coming G-jcnrs-o'd, 125 ewes,
2 bucks, 20 yearling 'Steers, 2 cows
with oahes nnd 2 heifers.
Terms mnde known on il-iy of
sale. PHIL D. THOMPSON'.
Col. J. P. Chandler, Auct.
. PUBLIC SALE
Of registered flllil high grade slock
nt Carpenter's Stock Furni, fonner
ly owned by Thos. C. Humbcr, who
wns the founder nnd director in the
Lincoln County National Bank, of
Stanford. Ky. This sale will take
Thursday, Sept. 21, 1911
nt 0:30 'A. M., 1 1-J miles from Crab
Orchnrd, Ky., on the Chnppcll's Gap
pike. The following live stock will
be disposed of:
1 G-ycnr-old chestnut sorrel Gold-dust-Naboth
rockaway and coach
horse, not nfraid of trains or nuto
mobiles, drives well; 5-ycar-old Gal
lon bay gelding, broken to drive, out
of Clay marc; 1 4-year-old Gallon
bn ygelding, extra nice hor-cs, both
of these nnd subject to register; 1
2-ycar-old Chester Jewel bay horse,
1 8-ycar-old Denmark brood and
work ina re; 1 G-ycnr-old Shetland
pony by Blue Kycs; 1 4-ycar-old
pony by Dock Gray with horse colt
hv her side bv Reid's bay stallion;
I Dignity Dare suckling filly out of
Guy mare; 1 G-ycnr-old jack, hx
cclsior, by Tcvis' Emperor; his colts
have sold for .$05 to $125 nnd 90
per cent of his colts nre marcs; 1
enrling jack by Harris' Billy
Keene; 4 good jennets, 3 good work
mules, 1 pair yerling mules, 13 suck
ling mules; 3 Jersey heifers with
calves, 1 2- car-old high snide heif
er, 1 earlii:g heifer; 1 2-year-old
and 1 yearling heifer subject to reg
ister, 1 weanling heifer of high grade
1 4-year-old high grade Jersey cow
with heifer calf, 1 G-ycar-oId high
irraile Jersey cow. The dams of this
- 'tock have nil been sold for $50 to
.475 ecli: 2 good Jersey bulls. 1 nnd
2 years old, subject to register, 1
line Shorthorn mi!k cw, 5 steers, I
nnd 2 jenrs old nnd 50 ewe.
Terms made known on day of sale
Dinner on grounds. Persons ar
riving by train can be conveyed to
fnrm from depot by public coney
nnces. Dr. J. G Carpenter & Son,
.R. F. I). 1, CRAB ORCHARD, KY.
Col. J. P. Chnndler, Auctioneer.
Having decided to quit farming I
will offer for sale to the higjicst unit
bM bidder on
Saturday. Oct. 7th 1911.
Ihc following property consisting of B00,i 8lono pring hou , orch
6( .acres of land with good cottag..(nrdi ,,,cn of 8tork ,
with 4 rooms nnd two porches nnd : ' r
good bam nnd other out Inutilities,
and also J"ui ming implements consist
iiig of plows one buggv one good
spring nagou and other fanning tools
too numerous to mention. This farm
is located 1 1-1 miles from Highland.
Terms. Mine half down and balance
in one nnd two jenrs with lien re
tained on hind for balance purchase
tnonev. JAS. A. KING. 73-tf,
Having sold my fnrm near Hubble,
I will offir at public auction on the
Wednesday. Sept.. 20. 1911,
Promptly nt 10 o'clock, nil my house
hold nnd kitchen furniture nil in
good condition; my fnrmiuir imnlc-
meats aiuf tools usually kept on a
.veil conducted fnrm. Also will sell
to the highe-t bidder fic Diiroc
Gilts and 32 pics: 7 stock lions '
rendv for the butcher; one ten year
old mare with show colt by her side;
mare is in foul to Jack; on time
lliaic with flllv colt bv Rex iri!li-i.
this mate was Drcd to Bohemian '
King, registered; ono yearling stud
by Chester Chiefs registered; two 4
jenr old head of mure mules; two
G-yenr-old mare mules nil 1(1 finnds
and better high, fat ready for the
Terms made known on day of snlo
Dinner on the ground
Cnpt. T. D. English Auct.
As udir.inistr.itor of the estate of
Win. A. Burton, deceased, we will
Wednesday. Sent.. 20 1911.
Promptly ut 0 o'clock, sell at public
.u!er to the highest and best bid
der on the premises of the Into Wm.
. Burton, one mile below Ruckeve.
the following lecrilK'd cr?onnI pn..
peity: four extia good mules, 4 to 0
years old; 0 good two year old mules
nil well bioke; lii jcirlinz mules; 5
f.-ood mule colts; 1 six jenr old jack
f.ood breeder, 15 1-2 bunds high by
Alphn the great show jaek. ANo n
l:ood three year old jnck that is n
dniidv, 15 hand- high, stood bone; 1
good jennet, safe in foal.
Horses. One extra fine four year
old gcldinc. well bred: 2 three yenr
old geldimrs, one is nn extra good
wnlker; 2 two yenr old geldings and
two three yenr old mares; 1 fonr
year old mare; 1 good walking'mare
7 years old; S dandy good brooH
mnrcs in foal by jnck: 2 filly suck
ling colts; five good Shetland ponies.
Cattle- -.'Mi two year old feeding
cattle, will weigh 1.100 to 1.200, 15
two car old feeding enttle will
weigh 000 to 1,000 pounds; 8 year
line steers, good shnpc; 7 venrlmg
heifeit.. good grade; 9 steer calves
extrn good ones; 1 good bull calf 2
heifer calve-: 1 four year old regis
tered bull. nn Meter Stock will
weigh 1.550 pounds: 5 good milch
cow-, extra milkers and with calves.
Sheen. Hog-. Etc. 120 good
Southdown owes and 3 bucks. Pive
.rood brood sows; 8 shouts weighing
about 80 pound-: 1 extra good Po
land China Boar.
Corn. 50 ncres of com measured
at the heap. ANo Iiig lot of farming
implement-, in good condition.
TERMS.-flO nnd under, cash in
hnnA 0er that amount, ensh or a
good noto due in four months bear
ing six per cent interest from dnt
until paid. Sale will bo held rain
or shine. Dinner served on the
Grounds. 'nl I. M. Dunn, Auctioneer.
R. L. & W. B. BURTON, Admln'tors.
T will offer nt my place nt Buena
Vi-ta, flnrraid countv. on
Wednesday. Scot., 27
1011. ut D O'Chick, A. M
sell the following property: 25
farm and brood mares, half of them
1-2 to il-4 draft; 1 Clydesdale show
mare, has had 7 colts selling for ov
er .f 1,700; 1 stallion by Montgomery
Chief, registered; 2 yearling gehllugs
25 good yearling mule-, 20 weanling
mule-, half of which arc sugar colts
1 pair hix-ycar-old inure mules; 7
jacks, 1 to 8 years old bred good
by such sires ns King John; 40 jen
neln with colts by Mile; 210 ewes,
high-guide Shrop-hires, none over
3 years old, good us tho beat; 0
good bucks; 1 hay baler, Eli tnnka;
1 Kemp manure spreader, good an
new; one l hore power gasoline
engine, just u-el a little; 1 power
feed cutter. 1 feed mill, 1 double
di'su Sunders Duel plow Sulu ruin
or shine. Free lunch. Write for
cntaloguc of jack stock.
TERMS." 8 months nt 0 per cent
interest, I per cent off for cnB.li.
a. II. RUBLK,
Ilitctm Vhtn, Ky.
Phone 92-F, Nicholnsvillo KxehniiRe,
I'nst Tennessee Telephone. Bollher
Itond nnd A. T. Scott, Auctioneers.
FARM FOR SALE OR RENTI
Will sell privately my farm of
about 200 ncres in Lincoln county,
Ky., 5 miles cast of Stanford on
Dix River. 80 acres In com, JO
pures in meadow, balance in blue
grn;, has a four room tenant hou
2 goad barns, nnd otlur outhouses
School house joining this farm.
Will sell all together or in two sep
ninte trncts. Terms easy. If not
sold will rent for cash for 1012.
Will also sell half interest in 80
acres of corn to be cribbed on place
ml 12') nctes of ,-uis and stalk
fields. Grans hasn't Jieen gruicd
- Mrs. Walter Warren.
'X. FOR SALE!
My home containing 2 ncres nnd
15 poles of land, 4 miles sollth of
L-incastcr 4 miles east of Stnnford,
on Dix River at the forks of tlm
road, leading from tho Duddernr's
Mill to Gilbert's Creek station, store
nnd post office, which is one mile
Plenty of fruit, good cistern, good
darn ami and dwelling ami nil out
buildings. Address Prof. J. l)at
son, Gilbert's Creek Ky. 70-8.
' w'" "ell nt public auction nt
'"' place at Mt. Salem, Beginning
Ml ,J !l- "' "
Wedneiday, Sept. 20 1911
l 4-ycar-old mare mule 10-1 high,
" Kood one, 1 good brood marv with
mare mule colt. 1 mtirn in foal to
D''-'ity Dare. 1 thoroughbred Jersey
cow ami enlt, 2 calling cnlvcp, I
thoroughbred blnck Merkshire sow
and pigs, :i thoioughhred black Berk
1 black Berkshire boar, 15 months
old, subject to register. I young boar
thoroughbred black Berkshire, 1 red
Dnroc sow and pigs, .'1 grade sows
nnd pigs, 20 head of shunts averag
ing 125 pounds to be sulci in lots of
T to 5 or ns n whole if not sold pre-inii-
to sale, 1 buggy nnd hnrnc,
double tenm wngon harness, 200
"hichens, iiou-chohl nnd kitchen fur
niture. Terms made known on dnv of
J. S. CARPENTER.
PUBLIC SALE OF FARM
II. mug decided to change climates,
1 will on
September 23. 1911
sell my farm of 70 1-2 ncres. nenr
old McCorinnck's church (i mile
west of Stanford. Ky., it has on it
a two story dwelling of (1 rooms,
double li nil. ? porches, concrete cel
lar, a large cistern at the door, all
necessary ojtlmtlJings, including a
large tobacco barnwith ci-tern nlo
four iletvr failing -pri'igi on the
farm, one mile from church nnd
school, in one of the best neighbor
hoods in Lincoln county, with the
fohnutngc of a rural route and tele
Will hI-o sell 1 p,ur hor-c mules,
one family buggy Intr-e one com
bined horse as good u driver ns enn
bo found anywhere Jam! and gentle,
any woman or child can drive him.
22 mw, gooil one-. II ono hun
dred pound sbo.its, ,'t sows nnd pigs,
farming implement.- of all kinds
consisting of one Decring binder,
one turning plow, other plows, one
two horse wagon, and harness. 2
buggies, one rubber tire as good ns
new, 2 sets of harne-s. other thing
loo numerous to mention, Hoti-ehoM
nml kitcncu turuitiiie, tins is nil
comparatively new. A lot of fowU.
some pure strain white Wvnndotto
did white leghorns.
Terms made known on dnv of
71-3 J. M. TARTER .IR
"The Made-to-Wear Paint"
Formula on Every Package ,
DoeiThU Mean Anything to You?,
It expresses tke titer's fikk ia tie predict.
Lata U tke pradple cert h paiat-if . Tke material skedJ ke tke keet
YOU CANNOT AFFORD ANY OTHER KIND.
Pence Bros-,Stanf ord, Ky
AT THE STANFORD OPERA HOUSE
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Bigger and Better Than Ever.
WITH A BRAND NEW AGGREGATION OF CLASSY MINSTREL
STAR HEADER BY CHAS. GANO AND 30 OTHERS. THE GREAT
MANTEL MARIONETTE CIRCUS WITH NEW DOLLS TRANSFOR
MATION SCENES. ADMISSION 25. 50 and 75c.
Tetinyon or Longfellow could
take n wort Moss sheet of paper,
write n poem on it and make it
Morgun can write n few woid
on u sheet of paper and make
it worth 5,000.
Your wife can buy u coat for
tlO. but prefers one thai
will co-t 50.
Anyone can write n chck for
$50,000,000. hut it wouldn't ,
Le worth u clime.
Some millers mnj tell you
thy can make better limit-our-.
. That's Gall.
Our No. 1 Fancy Patent Flour
i- as. good us can bo made,
and is sold as low ns such
ntiulitv can be olTered.
THAT'S THE TRUTH.
On snh" with every groceryman in
J. H. BAUGHMAN & CO.
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