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title: 'The Stanford interior journal. (Stanford, Ky.) 1911-1912, December 12, 1911, Image 8',
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fHE STANFORD INTERIOR JOUB NAL STANFORD, KENTUCKY
We have a bujcr for a farm ot
about 100 acres well improved and'
on pike. 1 you h.ivo nnytliiiiK near
this, list it with us. Hushes & Mc
Cortj, Stanford. 02l
For Salt A few iiicc meat hogs;
weight 200 to 300 pounds. W. II.
Murphy, IMiouc 09-3 rings. 93-2
Jocph Duller and son Golan, of
Adair count ty, sot tlirco and one-
acros in tobnero on tho 13th day of
laA May. On tho 11th of October
it was shipped and sold, tho crop
brjngiut! $iWl..j. This is tho quick
est handling of n crop of which
tLero is any record.
For .Sale. 50 acres of timber
load on Olliiihciin pike Frank Cole
man, Itotite, 1 Staliford, l)3-8tp.
For Sale. 800 bnslids of shell
ed oats, 20(1 bushels. orchard prass
socd, 500 bales timothy hay, 5 fajiey
Polled Durham woanlinjr bull calves
A No. 1. Duroc Jersey boar. A. V.
Carpenter. Morelnnd, Ky. 9S-tf.
There were 507,921 sheep and
lurabs shipped out of the Stiito of
Kentucky from May 1st to October
3i, 1911, which includes the bulk
of the lamb crop for tho year ac
rurdins to Dr. A. J. Payne, of the
Iivo Slock Sanitary Hoard who
hut. worked m intelligently and dili
gently in the eindicijtioii of scabies
in Kentucky durin-; ihc past year.
Dr. Payne reports that the most j
serious question oonfronliiip: tho
sheep crowers of Kentucky at this
time is the old-fashioned foot rot
menace. An inspection of 47 flocks j
shown that 3,217 head arc badly in
flicted in 19 counties.
For rent for 1912 lS3Wrc farm
8-room bouse, p'enly barn room,
nnd stool; water, about 50 acres for
i orn, 20 in wheat, two thirds of
which will go to renter, 10 acres
in grass to cut 50 acres in pasture.
1 1-2 miles from Crab Orchard, Ky.,
Kniil ncUzl, Crab Orchnrd, Ky.
Italian! & Thompson sold last
week (1 stock owes to -Mr. Uionden-bnn-
of Madison, nt $4.23 a head.
They Jilxo sold fle yearling entile
at 4 cents.
S. X. Gill old 30 barrels of corn
lo Sweeney Morgan at $3 deliver
ed. John Williams sold 13 150-pound
boas lo Henry Drown nt fi cents.
J. 1. Dnllnnl bought 23 barrels
ol corn each of J. L. Ilutchins nnd
W. T. fiiehardson nt $2.50 in tho
A bunch of cnlvcs at Ous GciszPs
sale last week were greatly indo
maud, clianginj; hands five -times
inside of an hour. Tho bunch 17
in number, were knocked off to
Italian! & Thompson at $7.20 each,
who immediately sold them to T. J.
Stigall at a profit of $10 on the lot.
Ilo in turn (-old them to D. D. Iloltz
claw, who soon swapped them to
ed to his farm ho recently purchas
ed or E. Q. Gilliland.
Miss Maude Singleton, has return
ed from Stanford whero she has
been with her sister Mrs. flattie
Bom, to tho wife of our German
friend John Ollish, n, bouncing boy
also to Mr. nnd Mrs. Hugh Jacobs
Mr. W. I). Dye is on the sick list.
Olhcr Ilouton is with homefolks
Ilcv. J. A. Singleton nnd wife
spent Sunday with Prof. K. G. Gil
liland. George Coffey is n sufferer
from rheumatism. Mioses Ida Smith
and Kva Leach ,of Kjng's Mountain
visited Miss Grace Wall Sunday.
Mr. J. M. Deweose's sale was well
attended everything brought n very
good price. Mr. Dcweeso nnd fami
ly will leavo this week for his for
mer home in Ohio.
Mr. J. A.' Johnson one of our most
enterprising farmers received the
prize of $5 offered by the Wnyncs
bnnj Deposit Dank for five cars of
the most perfect corn.
AT 16V, CENTS.
Ourlcy Society Sells All of Its To
bacco to Tiic Trust.
Mr. Wesley Dnstiu and MUs Jitilli
Alford daughter of Mr. nnd Mrs.
W. C. Alford of this plnce were
quietly married ill Stanford Dec.
0 by Judge J. P. Iluiley, in his most
(impressive way after visiting his
parents of Cuey a few days they
will go to Middletown Ohio lo reside
us Mr. Dnstiu has a lucrative posi- '
tion there. He is to bo congratu
lated on winning such n handsome
good girl for a wife. All regret lo
see her leave as she was loved by
all who knew her they have the best
wishes of her many friend".
Mir. nnd Mrs. W. G. Douton nnd
little (laughter Nellie spent Sunday
with Mr. J. A. Johnson and family
Rav Johnson, of Pulaski has mov-
is making our storo his headquar
ters this year, for'tho incest Can
dies, Fruits, Nuts' etc., ever seen in
All fresh .stock and at juices ev
erybody can afford to pay. '
G. L. Gover ,
' Stanford, Ky.
When words fail send your girl a
box of "Dolly Varden'' candy, She'll
Lexington, Ky., Dec. 11. Tho
Hurley Tobacco Society has sold its
entire holdings of the 1909 pool to
tho American Tobacco Company. Do
I ween 7,000,000 nnd 8,000,000
pound chanced bands nt 10 l-2c.
This marks tho end of the old
pool holdings, all. having been dis
posed of before except this last
seven or fixht million pounds, so
that now the teu year pooling ngrce
inent is started off witn u clean
Sampling hrw already begun nt
sonio of the Hurley Society's ware
houses preparatory to shipment of
Iho tobacco, Ihc grades from which
7,000,000 or 8.000,000 pounds uro
to bo selected beins A. II. C. and D.
Theodore II. Kirk, a Cincinnati to
bacco broker, has acted ns agent for
the American Tobacco Company and
other interests, nnd it was through
him that the deal was finally closed.
The Durlcv Tobacco Society was
organized fixe years ago. and has
pooled tobacco 'four times. In the
clmrse of its fisht for higher prices
the night riding outra-re, that ter
rified many counties in Southerp
Ohio nnd Indiana took "place.
.The price t tobacco ri-e from 1
lo 5 cents a pound to ns'fch ns 23
cent", and inniiy tobacco growers
have become iMinparatively wealthy.
A pooling arrangement to Inst ten
years is now being made.
The American Tobacco Company
.litis ordered all buyers to su-pend
operations in Kentucky mnrkets af
ter December 20 until reappointed
to work for subsidiary companies.
This is done because of the ruling
of the Supremo Court in the trust
W. H. Tray lor's Sale
As executor of W. H. Traylor, I will on FRIDAY,
DECEMBER, 15, 1191
Beginning ab 8 a. m. at his late residence on the t
Goshen turnpike, near Stanford, offer for sale all of
his property, real and personal, consisting of house
hold and'kitchen furniture, player piano, 2 desks,
be9S, carriage, buggy, lot of hogs, 23 two-year-old -mules,
7 mule colts, 9 work mules, ' 8 cows, and
calves, 3 yearling steers, about600 bushels wheat,
lot of corn, 5O0 bales of straw, 1,500 shocks, of fod
der, twine-binder, mower, manure spreader, wheat
drill, plows, gears, wagons, iron safe, giaphohone
in shorteverything in the shape of furniture, new
and old, farming implements, and produce.
10 shares of stock in Lincoln County National
Bank; 1 share in Stanford Creamery Co-
The land will be sold in the following parcels:
1 The home place, containing the celebrated Edge
wood Distillery and large frame dwelling heated by
stpam, with all modern conveniences, and all the
Dudderar land on that side of the river.
2 The Dudderar mill property and all land on that
side of the river.
3 The John Traylor farm.
4 The Jphn Traylor Distillery at Gilberts Creek.
This arrangement as to land is subject to change.
Terms announced on day of sale.
J. B. Paxton, Exor.
Col. J. P. Chandler, Auct.
LADIES' --TAILORED-- SUITS.
Dresses, Cloaks, Skirts and Shirtwaists
ALL IN ONE GREAT SALE
We are going to make a great effort to clean up our stock of Ladies Garments
by Christmas, and to do this we will make exceedingly low prices on every garment
in our stock. This sale coming just before Christmas will give you an excellent op
portunity to make gifts of these garments. Consider These in making up your 'Christmas list.
$5.00 TAILORED SUITS. $5.00
At this low price we offer a sm all lot of excellent tailored suits
carried from last year.. The coats are merely a little longer and skirts
a little fuller, otherwise like the newest ones. The prices of these gar
ments averaged $15. Materials ar e all wool serges, cloths and cheviots
all well made and lined.
$10. TAILORED SUITSS $10.
At this price we offer choice of a lot of entirely new suits many
of. them received within the last week. The materials are serges,
cloths, cheviots, Scotch mixtures, diagonals. These are all lined with
guaranteed satin. Finely tailored, with hand turned edges, and many
with haircloth busts. Plenty of navy Wires, also blacks, browns, greys
All sizes from smallest to extra large sizes. There never were
such suits offered at $10.00
DO NOT WAIT COME NOW.
Choice of a small line about 30 new dresses made In various
styles In serge and satin.
Come quickly if you want to secure one of these.
We will offer choice of many excellent new style skirts ?.t $3.75.
These are all strictly new and desirable in every way. We merely want
.to clean up and so offer $6 and 7 skirts at $3.75.
Wo have a number of handsom e velvet, crepe meteor and serge
dresses left over whlcn we will make very low prices for THIS SALE
These vary so greatly In price that we could not make into lots, but
you can be assured hat they will be cheap.
We have Just ten very desirable evening wraps left In stock, and
will make prices to close out quickly. These as Christmas presents
would be greatly appreciated.
Every cloak in our stock will be offered at temptingly low prices.
Most of our stock has recently been received, and are strictly up-to-date
OLD CLOAKS $2.50.
We have a small lot of long cloaks and jackets carried from last
year, which we offer at $2.50 for choice These will make excellent
We will offer our entire stock of silk and messatlne petticoats
this sale all at reduced prices..
$3.95 for our finest Messaline Skirts, handsomely trimmed with
silk fringe; were $6.
$125 choice of all sateen and heatherbloom petticoats which we
have been selling at $2.
' We offer cliolce of our entire line of plain and fancy chiffon and
messaline shirt waists, which have been selling at $6, and $0.50 for
$3.95 and all other waists In proportion.
We have a number of muffs and sets of genuine American Mink,
Black Lynx, Black Fox and Wolf, which we will offer at decided reduc
tions from our already low prices.
At $6.50 we offer a set of cholci: lilack Imitation lynx consisting
of largest size pillow muff and larg e shawl collar. These we bought
last summer very cheap. They are worth $10.
We will Include in this sale all of our big stock of children's dress
es, both the washable kind and those made of all wool serges.
Tho prices will be so low that 1 1 will pay you to buy for your fu