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THE INTERIOR JnilRNAL. STANFORD. KENTUCKY. TUESDAY. OCTOBER 24, 1911.
A TRAINING SCHOOL FOR TEACHERS.
Courses leading to I'.lctnenlnry Slate CoTlificat', lntrwd
din to Stnte Ccrtiflente. Ailvnnccil Slates certificate (thin
Nfotp certificate become n lIn diploma). AH Ihfse crtificatcH
vHaLC nrc vnll(, jn nll pil,,C BCl,ooI in Kentucky. Special coarw
M wrMol6"- I'ew rou8. TL1TI0N KUEE TO Al'I'OINTKES.
llOrillalTwo splendid dormitories, new Model School, new Manual
Training builtting. Practice," school, Department of Agricul
ture; n well equipped Oymnhium.
Students enn enter to advantage nt mv tune. A!drr4.
J. G. CRABBE. PrcsMewt. Wkhiwmd. Ky.
Mtre fmii tor less money. New is the tie that every ene kas tt tuy
smk FALL and WINTER GOODS, we have them. CMMnw, Osiks un
derwear, wtinq cloth, dress goods of all kinds. ewt sweaters. Mark
ets and 3haes for all the family Come and let us make vm same prices
that will make you open your eyes.
L. L SANDERS
PUBLIC SALE AND RENTING !
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FARM, STOCK, CROPS, ETC.
Havinq decided to q lit fnrminn, I will at my farm I mite cast of More
Thursday, Oct. 2 3, ' 1 1
Rent my place of 330 acres to he hiqhest and best bidder, if not sold or
rented previously. At fie save time and place I will s;ll my stcck,
crops.etc, consistinq of
S work mules, six and eiqlit years old wtll broke..
2 yearlinq mules
3 brood marcs 6 to 7 years old bred to Kinq's jack
I three-year-old Chester Chief ncldinn.
I yearlinq horse colt. German Coach stock.
I six-year-old imported German Coach stallion
I vcarlinq Golildnst horse colt.
I four-year-old Gold Dust horse combined.
I four-year-old brood m?re bred to lack.
One mare and colt.
I iennet bred to B. B. Kinq's lack.
I yearlinq lack extra qood.
I yearlinn short horn bull qood one.
3 Short Horn milk cows, hornless.
II brood sows heavy with pips.
30 shoats. weiqh from 60 to 100 pounds.
2 turninq plows comparatively new.
I hay rake.
I steel roller
I iron wheel handy waqon.
I mowinq machine.
I one blue orass seed stripper
I International hay baler
One sheep shearinq machine (new.) '
I car clovrr hay.
30 prrcs rr;l straw in the bale
40 acres corn at the heap,
6 two vcar old mules have been handled some.
One mare mule colt
I threc-venr-old Chester Chief mare.
I two-year-old Chester Chief filly.
I four-vcar-old spotted ponv safe for ladies and children. Not
afraid of steam or automobile about 15 hands hiqh and not better or nicer
one in the country.
I six-year-old Naboth mare bred to lack.
I iennet. bred to Peyton's jack and safe in foal.
1 two-year-old iennet extra stock.
2 short horn calves
1 yearlinq short horn heifer
2 fat cows. ,
I yearlinq boar.
50 ewes well bred.
1 Champion binder.
2 cultivators 2 double shovel plows
2 wheat drills one with fertilizer attachment.
I box manure spreader
I smoothinq harrow.
I two horse waqon comparatively new.
1 wheat fan.
2 sets of waqon harness.
5 sets of plow qear
Three or four hundred shocks of fodder
5 acres sorohum in shock and many other thlaas tea aamerous to
mention. Sale to go on rain or shine plenty ef dry avartsrs. Dinner
on the ground for everybody .
Terms io auc i.tiJer, cash in hand, over thai antum, six
months credit, bankable paper bearing 6 per cent fatarest fram date af
sale. Capt. T. D. English, Auct.
M. J. HOFFMAN,
I will cell nt public outcry to tho
highest mid liet bidder on
Saturday, Oct. 28, 1911
At my residence in Crab Orelmrd
Ivy., beginning nt 1(1 o'clock sharp,
the following described properly.
One house and lot where I now
loside. House, is tvvo stories high,
1'iis (I room, good bnru, outbuild
ings well of water, nono better. Tho
bouse nnd lot will be sold for one
ImlC rnsh, bnlanco in 12 months,
with nolo bearing G per cent inter
est.; Jien retained. Also vacant lot
opposite liaptist church, fine lo
cntion for building. Qood well on
Ai the same time I will nlso sell
the following personal property: One
nut re sufc in fonr to Dock Uray.
Tbw tnurt is the dam of the Mrs.
Mark Hardin pony. 1 yearling Dock
Orny tony. Dock Gray is owned by
J. H. Foster, near Stanford, fl high
ly bred Jersey heifers, soon to bo
i resh. 1 JiTfccy cow with cnlf bv her
hide. 1 good cook stove, bedstead.
y carpetn, "eVerol choir, 1 suit of
Walnut furniture, 1 book case nnd
desk combined, Walnut. 1 extension
dining tntile, 1 large mirror, chick
en feed null nnd many nrticles too
numerous to mention.
J. D. Anderson.
Crab, Orchard, Ky.
SALE OF PERSONALTY
As administrator of Jmnej Mo
ICcchnie. ' mil on
Wednesday, October 25, 1911,
beginning nt 0 A. M , nt hi Into
resilience tin the Stanford nnd Iiilt
nrnnch pike, about 5 miles from
Stanford and one mile from Hubble
offer for sale publicly his pergonal
property consisting prmeipa'h l
ix 'J-jtnr-old mules, two culling
mules, one A-veur-nld mule; one 4-yenr-old
gelding; one 'J-enr-ohi
gelding by 1're-ton; two v calling
Allies, one yearling hor-c; two nged
mures; one Jet.scy heifer, n lot of
hogs', farming implements eoiiM'.t-
ing of wagon, steel roller, plows,
wheat-drill, mower, binder, hay rako
two cultivators, steel harrow, bug
gy, spring wngon, u lot of sheaf
oats, about -10 aere.i of corn, baled
Five shores of stock of Lincoln
County Xntioiuil Hank. 0 shares of
stock in Monticello and liuriisidc
Terms Sums of 10 and under,
ensli in hand; oer tliat amount '(
months' credit on notes with good
secifrity, bearing 0 per cent inter
est irom ttnte.
SO-!' J. B. Paxton, Admr.
R. F. D. NO. I
.Mrs. V, C. Cummins of I'leehers
ville accompanied h.v his wife nnd
children and Miss Xell New land has
leliirned from Louisville where he
went to represent the MiiMitiie loilge
of Prenehersville nnd Mrs. (Tum
mins nnd Miss Xell to iit thoir
cousins, Mr. Charles llnydeu nnd
Mrs,, Ijjuh Parsons.
Mis Stella Xolnnd nnd Iln New
land have gone to Louisville as dele
piles from the Hebron church lo
the Sunday school comcntioti of
t lint. city.
Mr. Oseur llrent and Miss Lillie
Hustle were mnned at Stanford by
Rev. J. J. Dickey Thursday. Oscnr
is n son of Mr. William llrent. Mrs.
llrent is a daughter of "Cub" Uuslle
a substantial farmer and trader of
Ware & Oamer are invoicing their
good ut Cedar Creek preparing to
scud them to McKinnev. The neigh
liois regret to gnc Mr.. Oumer up
as a neighbor and Methodist as he
will go to McKiuucv us clerk for Mr.
Ware. His going leaves us with two
store rooms cinptv. Here is a good
opportunity for some good wide
nwnke merchant as tins is a good
stand for some one to put u genernl
Tlio dealb of Kph I'cuiiiuirtnii
leaves bis mother in a bad lix. She
lives alone in the large brick house
known as the Did Whitley house,
the first brick house in Kentucky.
Kph had his faults but a kinder
lieurlcd Joilii" mini never lived.
Xewlnnd & Scott sold to Tluirlovv
.lores lit) shocks of fodder for iH
and 1(10 bun el coin at ,J.7"i, de
livered, nln in;lit 7.i pound butch
er steers nt :i..l'i.
Then Xowbutd sold lo (Icorge
llooiie si .V() pound steers at b
II. V. Xevvlnnd debit red to I. Shel
bv -even l.(l,"0 pound steers nt i 5."!l
A dog believed to be msd several
dm sin this section was finally kill
id by .lames lilfover-.
. V. Xcwland bouslit of W. I.
Wall in two ve.irluej steers for ?,"i.'l.
on Mondii .Tmhro O'ltenr eoudennird
the rnilrouds, beenue ns he charged
they have for many .cars secured
control of the Legislature Commit
tee. If this is true it ii most rpi
iehenible, ami calls for the sever
est condemnation, but so long ns
Iih1k O'llnr's family continues to
be the guest of the railionds in
their journeiings about the stale,
his criticism will be rt reived with
suspicion and with doubt us to his
consistency and sincerity.
Of I'nrm, Stock, Crops nnd Tool".
187 ACRES OF FINE LAND
AT PUBLIC SALE!
I will offer nt public ale on.
Saturday. November 4th. 1911
ill 1 o'clock sharp my faun of 187
lores loc.itcd on the Hustonville nnd
McKinnev turnpike, one mile from
McKinnev nnd three milc from Hus
tonville. This luud is in u high state
of cultivation, house of seven rooms,
of cultivation; house of seven rooms
and two porches never failing spring
and t.vo fine ponds on the place
three stock and one tobacco ham,
tenant house of four rooms and all
other necessary outbuildings.
Will iiUo offer about .'10 bead of
stock ewes, 4 males in fo.il to )'ack
1 two-year-old mule. 1 mule colt, 1
horse coll, 1 .six-year-old buggj
horse, safe for women to drive.
Terms One-third cash, balance
in one two and three years, in
equal installments, bearing six per
H. F. Martin. Hustonville R. D.
A Kev. Mr. Ilerabl from W. Va..
bought of W. M. Adore his farm of
:)7 nercs for 1 1. KM). Mr. Adare and
family will locate in town before
Fanners uie shucking corn on ac
count of it damaging in the slnxk.
Kev. A. S. .Jeffries b.is commenced
a series of meetings at Pleasant
Ruby Cat roll, teacher of Green.
briar school, brought her school to
Pleasant Point Friday evening and
the two sehools engaged in a spelling
match. Pleasant Point coming out
victorious. This makes the second
mIioo! that Pleasant Point has de
feated this fall.
The attendance for our school is
imiisnallv good this fall, the enroll
ment being 78, with an aveiage at
tendance of 51.
We have, home seekers from all
parts with lis and land going higher
ov erv da v.
(1. W. Padgett bought of Mr.
Chancellor nt near Crab Orclitml u
horse and buggy for u fant price.
I will sell nt publio auction on
Saturday .October 28 1911.
Mcginning nt 9-30 u. in., my fnttn
near Hustonville, Lincoln county,
Kentucky consisting of CO ncres of
good laud with five room bouse in
mod repair. Place has goood spring
with stone spring house, stream of
fresh water runs through entire farm
Splendid Joung orchard nnd good
garden. In Hustonville grudrd
school district being one nnd a half
miles from school building nnd one
mile from Moreland railway station
and 80 iods west of Ilustotn ilje
and Danville turnpike.
In splendid neighborhood, liming
si churches within 1 1-2 miles.
A splendid tobacco and toyk burn
nnd all necessary outbuildings. Tele
phone in ho'ise. and liv far the best
liirnl mail service m the county, hav
ing seven mails each week day and
two on Sunday.
At same lime mid place I will
nlso sell one pair eviu-enr-old
work mules, II! J .'J hands lupli in
good condition nnd well trained, one
six-.venr-old bv more by Horsey
Onlddit-t, dam bv Silvtr King. One
curling colt out of same mare bv
Nabolh, Jr., one ounc horse, one
.Jersey cow, one .Jersey cow with
i oung heifer calf, one Jcrsev heifer,
twelve hogs, aenigmg about ISO
pounds and 20 nice shunts, new
vuigon, tullivntor, plnvs and lininess
etc.. one rubber tiro bucgv nnd bnr-
Iness. one liuckboiiril. Iioiuelinlil ntnl
kitchen furniture, nnd ''.) 0 shocks of
Terms made known on day of
sale, hor further particulars, call
on or write,
J. W. Isaacs, Moreland, Kv.
PUBLIC SALE OF STOCK
I will on
Saturday October 21, 1911.
Sell the following stock to the high
est bidder: 2 broodmuics in foal to
jack, I! mnre jnulu colts, 1 horse
colt: 1 three enr-old Chester .lew
ell filly. These horses nre good .riv
ers and workers; J4 Southdown ewes
TERMS. A crulit of six mouths
on notes at six per cent interest.
negotiable and pavnhlc at the Crab
G. W. SPAXGLKIt, Crab Orehiud.
O'REAR'S FAMILY RIDES ON
EIGHTY EIGHT ACRES OF
LAND AT PUBLIC SALE.
TEE NEW FEQRIA-A Success
We sold last year several New Peo
ria Grain Drills to be thoroughly tested
in every way. The new Disc Furrow
Opener followed by a shoe enables you
to 'deposit grain in the furrow at a uni
form depth. The drills have proven a
success and we recomaiend them. Call
jjindget circulars and become posted.
' W. H. Higgitis.
Sixtv-ono acres of fine blue crass
land that has not been plowed for
years except 8 acres. This land
will grow line tobacco, hemp and nl
faltn; has small dwelling; plenty of
locusts for posts, anil fine wood.
Is well watered. This land is II 1-2
miles from Stanford on tho Otten
heim pike, close to school.
Will sell on easy terms.
75-T W. F. Dlshon,
My kerne containing 2 acres and
15 poleH of land, 4 miles south of
l.incnstcr 4 miles cast of Stanford,
on Dix River at the forks of tb
road, leading from tho Dudderar'a
Mill to Gilbert's Creek station, srore
and post office, which is one mile
Plenty of fruit, good cistern, good
barn and unl dwelling and nil out
buiWinrs. Addjwss Prof. J. Dat
ion, GdUrt's Crk Kv. 70-8.
J I. Chandler, Auct. 80-tdp.
FRUIT AND SHADE TREES.
Shrubs, Asparagus, Rhubarb, Peoni
es, Roses, Phlox, etc. Everything
for orchard, lawn and gurden. No
Agents. Our prices may interest
you. Free Catalogue.
n, r. itHHAfficytr ft vfis.
Proof of Jud.'e O'Rcni'n inconsis
tency and insincerity is being fui
nished in heaping meiisiiiu as the
campaign piocecds. It is easv to
take up eveiy position he alls assum
ed, nnd show hy the record that his
piivutc views and acts aie at vari
ance Willi Ins public piotestations.
The very latest evidence against
him on this score is in the mutter of
free passes jnd has been pm
tinted by the Lexington Herald, lu
a speech accepting the Republican
nomination, 1m referred to (he Con
stitutioual piovisioii against the use
of free (Hisses bv public officials,
and he pledged Inuisclf, if clccltd
Governor, to see that u new law was
placed upon the statute book eiifoic
tug that sedioii. Since his nomina
tion, he has frequently condemned
the railionds for issuing such passes
and public insn for accepting them,
and has pointed to it in a fruitful
source of corruption.
On the very day that Judge O'
Rear arose in the sttite convention
and condemned tlu use of free
passes, his family rode from Frank
furt to Louisville on passes issued
by it railroad, mid it is fair to pre
sume that they could not, and would
not huve uccepted these favors from
the ruilroud without tho knowledge
u nd consent of Judge O'ltear.
It it J'lst as culpable for the family
of the Judge of the Court of Appeals
to ride on tice passes as it would bo
for that official himself to receive
such favors, pud it violates the
spirit if not the letter of thu Con
stitution when ho permits them to
put bin' in that embnrasMng position
This, charge was openly made by
the Leningtou Herald, and it, has been
substantiated by others. Ho far,
Judge O'ltear bus not made any ex
planation of how it happened that
he could bo so bitterly opposed to
the ruilroud giving free passe to
publio officials when his own family
profits by the praotieo.
In his speech at Howling Green
I will sell on
Saturday October 21 1911
This land lies 2 1-2 miles north
of Crab Orchard on the Crab Orch
ard and Stanford turnpike being part
ol the Holmes farm.
This bind contains 2,000 ctlar
posts with no house. This sale wil!
take place proniptlv at one o'clock,
on the premises.
Terms easy and made known
on dav of sale.
MRS. X. A. OAKS'KR
J. P. Chandler, Auct.
On approved security
warrant it Prefer
ence, of course, being
given to our regular
We are now showing the
handsomest overcoat stock
2 we have ever carried. "
0 Our $10, $15, $20 and $25
Long Rain Coats are as good as
0 the market affords. We are al-
so showing the new handsome
o at $17.50 and $20. A medium
g length tan and grey coat at $20
and $25 are very dressy and
o our Black Silk Lined, Silk Fac
ed Coat at $25, is simply a
beauty. Come in and look at
H. J. McRoberts
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Here To Be
vour physician I1.11 pre-
scribed n medicine (or vou to
lal.c, the next Important step Is to
have th.it prescription placed lu tho
hand o( a thoroughly reliable nnd competent
pharmacist so It will be compounded exactly tn
directed. We have gained an enviable reputation
(or always being very careful and painstaking In
our compounding and (eel that, lu all justice to your
own good health, you should bring your next prescrip
tion hue. Here, too, you will find n complete and in
viting display o( toilet articles, rubber good, soap,
pertumes, toilet preparations and all standard remedies.
For interior decorating wa carry and rccommtnd
ALABASTINE, the beiutiiul will coating. Call
and sec samples ol tints and asL us abotu; it.
PENNY'S DRUG 8TORE.
Just A Reminder-
That our shoe stock is now complete and
that 35 years of sincere effort to know good
shoes and own them at the right prices are
bck of them, buying direct from the
manufacture as we do you get the benefit
of the middle man's profit. You'll certain
ly do yourself a good turn by looking at
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