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THE STANFORD INTERIOR JOURNAL, STANFORD, KENTUCKVFRIDAV. OCTOIER 4. 1112
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Farm for vSale!
If You Are Looking
for a farm priced right (for immediate sale)
Don't overlook this; 6-room frame dwelling
with well at door and never-failing spring
50 yds distant. 150 acres in grass, 50 acres
young timber; new wire fence; new stock
barn; new tobacco barn, 36x120 feet.
Ideal for grain, hay, tobacco and stock:
abundance of water; fruit trees; in good
neighborhood, on turnpike, about 21-2
miles from R. R. station and good town
with graded school, churches, etc. 1-2 mile
from district school Fall seedimr privi
lege and possession January 1, 19l3.
For further information, address,
"T care of INTERIOR JOURNAL,
FARM AND STOCK NEWS
For Kent. 20 acres of wheat
land. M. B. Lytle, Phono 1C9 Y.
Having decided not to farm this
fall I will have a sale of stock at
my place the middle of October. See
advertisement atcr. J. C. Bailey,
For Sale. Aberdeen Angus cat
tle both sexes; mules from colts to
four year olds; thoroughbred boars
ready for service. E. H. Crow,
Bhelby City, Ky, Ky., phone 8 two
rings, Junction Ex. Cli-tf.
Advertise your sale in the I. J.
More farmers read it than any
other country paper in the state.
For Sale. One nice, coming three
year old, Peacock filly, beautif il bay
with two white feet and star; good
Eize. Call on or address. Mrs. Sim
Owens, Moreland, Ky.. 8t-p.
Every stock buyer in Lincoln and
most of them in the surrounding
counties reads the Interior Journal.
You can cover five counties com
pletely by advertising your sale in
For Kent. My farm of 120 acres
iu Hanging Fork. Mrs. Jei
Stage;, Stanford. 78.
For Sale. 11 cattle and 2 vears
old, 7 steers and 4 heifers, 1 good
old farm horse, work anywhere, gen
tle for women to drive. Call on me
at Highland, Ky. J. S. Young 75-4.
For Sale 175 bushels extra
clean winter turf oats; also some
fine seed wheat. J. M. Kevnolds,
Wnynesburg, Ky. 7C-3F.
For Sale. One pair of good work
mules three "pars old, three good
cows that will give milk all winter,
three calves four bhoals that will
weigh nbout 80 pounds, and one
Onima Chief Separator good as new.
A. L. Thompson, Stanford. R. F.
D. No. 3. 77-3p
K. C. Nunnelley, near Turners
ville, sold a pair of three-venr-old
horse mules to J. II. Woods for $300
James Cash, at Turnersville. de
livered to G. E. Lutes, an old cow
and a young bull, at 2 1-4 nnd 4
cents n pound respectively.
For Rent. My farm of 250
acres 35 acres for corn, 30 for
wheat or oats, CO acres in meadow,
balanco in grass. Also has good
dwelling house, barn and all out
buildings. For further information
address Mrs. Geo. Logan, Stanford,
Ky., West Main street. 74tf
For Sale -Near Stanford, well
improved 200 acre blue trass farm,
good two story house bitr stock
barn with silo, plenty of everlasting
spring water. For further informa
tion see and write Adolph VonQrue
nigan, Stanford or Fred VonAllman,
34 and Bank street, Louisville, Ky.
C. C. Withers, two miles west of
Stanford, sold to F. F. Fitzpatrick,
the Hedgeville buyer a mare mule
colt for $75.
R. C. Arnold, of this city, has
bought 3 head of hogs from Phil
Xunnelley, which are to go the 15th.
He will pay G cents a pound for
G. E. Lutes, the stock buyer, liv
ing this side of Tiirncrville, bought
a bunch of 23 heifers from John
Carter at 4 1-2 cents a pound. They
went to 750 pounds avera.
S. M. Owens and son, of McKin
ney, delivered n bunch of 20 year
ling cattle to Jud'.'e G. W. Coulter,
of Boyle, fur mImi-Ii llie.v leccivoJ 5
1-2 cents a pound.
F. F. Fitzpatrick. the Hedseville
mule buyer, purchased 1G head of
two-year-old mules from Price
Bros., of Garrard last week at $115
n head. These mules are ready to
Siim Castello, two miles out on the
Danville pike,, sold a pair of yearling
mnre mules to George Muney. a
Wayne county buyer, for $300. Mr.
Castello turned over to J. II. Woods,
three miles northwest of Stanford,
a couple of suckling marc mule
colts for 220.
W. II. Pepples, northeast of Stan
ford, who sold his cattle to Ike
Shelby several months ago, deliver
ed them the first. There were
about 40 in the herd, and Mr. Pop
ples trot 5 centM n pound for them.
As they HPiit to about 3.200 nniiiuU
in weight, they proved a fortunate
investment for Mr. Shelby at the
present price of beef cattle.
J had only saved my money
I could have accepted this offer and spent
my remaining days in comfort But
Now, It is teo late, too late!!"
This man did not save his money, thinking a chance to use
It would never come. When a splendid opportunity came he had
no IHWiey und doomed himself to live in poverty for the rest of
his life blaming himself tverv lemniniiii; moment fur his fully
nnd drnwn out misery.
YSU will one day have such an oppor
tunity. Take heed. Start saving now
Come in and talk it over Today.
STATE BANK & TRUST CO.,
Capital $50,000. Surplus $500 Stanford, Ky.
J. . EADS, V-Ptm.
J. t. RICE, V. Prst.
t. ALKRT PHILLIPS, A-CttM
W. L MCCARTY, Prst,
I. L PENNY, V. Prst.
M. I. IAUN, CMhtar.
James Yowell, of Huston villc,
sold to W. B. Burton, tho Lancas
ter shipper, a pnir of six-year-old
marc mules for $325. He also sold
him a Shetland irclding for $85.
L. P. Thompson, bought of John
I!. Anderson, on Dix liver, n bunch
of 21 StiO-pound steers nt $4.80.
Mr. Thompson will put them on
George O. Spoonnmore, enst of
Stanford, sold to tho Rankin broth
ers, of Hubble, n scven-venr-old
mare for which he got .175. Mr.
Spoonnmore nlso sold to W. B. Bur
ton, of Lancaster, a smaller six-vear
old mule for $140.
Tlio Advocate reports that Fox,
McDowell & Lilian! sold John D.
Madden, of Lexington, 230 heavy
cattle at a fancy price, They also
sold GOO to other parties and state
that the market has been very ac
tive for the past week.
Fox Dudderar, of Rowland, deliv
ered his cattle to Ike Shelby, of
Shelby City, at the Rowlnnd pens
this week. There were fiftv to go.
and tlicv welshed about 1,000 pounds
each. Mr. Dudderar encaged them
Ecvenil mouths ago at 6 cent n
Mr. James B. Parks, of Kingston,
Madison county, sold Inst week to
Simon Weil one hundred 1,000 pound
cattle at $0 per hundred, to be tie
livered November 1. This is a re
cord price for cattle in Madison
county and possibly the highest ever
paid for a bunch of cattle in the
Slate, says the Richmond Climax
Thomas M. Manning, who has
been living nenr the Givens place on
the Hubble pike, north of town, for
several vears, this week, purchased
of Green Fcrrill, his fnrni of 41
acres, lyine nbout two and a half
miles from Stanford on tlie Lan
caster pike. Mr. Mauninir paid $1,
000 for the property, and ccts pos
session the first of next January.
James Yowell, the hustling West
End stock trader, bought from R. B.
Young, of Adair, 25 yearling steers
at $5.40. He got from the same
nartv also a bunch of seven heifers
nt $1.50. From Tom Reynierson, of
the Forks section, Mr. lowell bought
a drove of two dozen extra cood
steers to go the last part of Nov
ember. They will weigh close to
1250 pounds and cost Mr. Yowell G
1-2 cents a pound.
The Board of Regents of the East
em Kentucky Normal School has
just closed a deal for the purchase
of a school farm to bo used in con
uerliun with the Department of Ag
riculture. During the coming year,
this department is to bo exclusively
developed at Eastern in order to
meet the demand for trained teach
ers of Agriculture in the rural, grad
ed and high fcchools. Prof. J. S.
Pullcn, Head of the Department of
Agriculture will be in charge of the
B. D. Holtzcltw has begun buying
stock again, although he sustained
a heavy loss in the burning' of his
big stock barn last week. He got
from Emmctt Travlor. of the Gil
bert' Creek section, a cow which
cost him $27.50 and a heifer at 4
1-2 cents, which weighed 850
pounds. Mr. Holtzclnw also got six
heifers from George D. Boone nt 1
1-2 cents and four calves from the
same party at $50.
R. S. Scudder. the intelligent
voting horseman, of McKinnev. this
county, added another fine brood
and show mare to his herds last
week when he bought Diana Dare.
b Chester Date from Tlitiruutn &
Peters, of Springfield, and also her
filly colt by Bourbon's Best. Sho is
thp dam of Red Delight which Mr.
Scudder lecentlv bought. Mr.
Scudder did not keep Dinna Dare
'mil', tplliiiL' lur to Vfl ('. Massic.
of Pari-, wh.i has bought so many
of the Scudder hor.-e recently.
Col. I. M. Dunn, the popular iiitu
tionccr who was here Wednesday to
cry the big J. II. Baugliiuan sale,
brought along nnd showed to soir.r
friend a hand of North Carolina
tobacco which sold for $1 a jwiund
on the bleaks in that state last
week. The weed is almost saffron
yellow in color, the bleaching being
done liv steam drying in the barn.
.Mr. Dunn says that there i- no rcu
non whv Kentucky tobacco growers
cannot obtain the saine valuable col
or, if they ro at it right, and he be
lieves that it will be but u short
time until they do so.
It. C. Arnold, the local buyer ship
pod a car load of stock to the Cin
cinnati mnrket on Saturday. In the
mad were 14 200-pouiiil hogs he had
bought from Phil Nunnelley at 7
1-2 cents a pound. From Tom Trny
lor he had obtained n couple of
cows, weighing 1,000 pounds ench,
at 3 1-2 cents; and u couple of
J. C. McClary
UNDERTAKER AND KMBAkMER
Sfftce Phone 167. Heme Phene 3
We are In poilllon n j0 (It kind of ran
crttint, uth,i Mock Work. 1'aTtmantt, and
In (ct, w ran make anrtliln- from a houi
down to truce pott. Call and art our price
Wfctr you Lujr jour matrrlal it Uaat.
PHILLIPS SMS, Stanford, Ky.
calves from Mr. Trnvlor for $27.C0.
He got a cow from Will, West, at 3
1-2 cents nnd she weighed 1,100
pound. From C. K. Tale ho occur
ctl a couple of calves very young,
for $15; Mis Annie Ashlock sold
him four yearling steers at 4 and 4
1-2 cents; from Mm. Belle Hintt he
bought two 800-pound steers nt 5
C. C. McClure exported a car
load of catlle containing 35 head
from Paint Lick to the city market
G. I). Mnhan. of Boyle, sold hi
farm of 114 acres on the Perryville
pike to Samuel Stigall. The price
was not made public.
T. C. Rankin, of Hubble, bounht
a (i-.wnr-o'd iiiule from Bob Hum
side for $130. and a pnir of 5-vear
old hybrids from Robert Hutchison,
W. A. Rogers bought a fi-yenr-
old mule from James Halston for
$170. Center Bros., purchased a 4
year-old mule from Samuel Prather
Center Bros., sold n 3-year-old
mule to William Marshbanks for
$145. Waller Center bnwht a three
j ear old saddle horse from Pal BaU
lard for $175.
Lawson and Brown, of Garrard,
exported a car-load of hogs from
Lancaster to the city market on lnt
Wcdticsdny. C. A. Arnold also ship
ped a car-load of cattle to Cincin
V. A. Lear, of Lancaster export
ed 100 head of swine to Hubbard
linns nnd Rngsdale at Cincinnati
Saturday. He bought for this con
signment 50 175-pound porkers from
Frank Arnold at $7.75 per hundred.
At the snlo of P. L. Beck last
week Tom Pence nnd J. II. Woods
bought a couple of mule colts which
cost them $05 nnd $70 respectively
J. II. Baitghman bought a bunch of
hog-, at $10 a head, milk cows from
24 to $20, nnd yearling heifers
from $11 to $17. He bought n
bunch of 15 1,200 wound steers at
5.82 1-2 a hundred.
Center Bros., the Garrard buyers,
exported a car-load of cattle from
Point Leavcli to W. It. Crawford,
and Company, at Cincinnati; ome
of these cattle the Centers had had
for some time as feeders, whilo the
following are some purchases made
to complete the ear of 37 head:
From Webb Faulkner 8 head of 550
pound cattle at 4 1-2 and 5 cents
per pound; from William Palmer 10
SOU-pound steers at 4 1-C' and 5
cents from Jasper Ilulett, 2 head of
cvu-pounu came at and 4 1-2 cents
from John Clark, 2 head of 800
pound steers at 4 and 4 1-2 cents.
The snlc of livestock held by Jas.
,''l'ri nt hi? farm, two miles out
of Stanfotd on the Knob Lick pike.
Inst week, was well attended and
satisfactory mice-, were Tealized.
Among the princioal sales made were
A. T. Nunnelley, if Stanford 10
small (.boats at $1.40 each; J. L.
Beazley two large hogs, $18; ,1. H.
Woods two mare mule colts nt sn
each; J. II. Batiglimau seveii-year-
om marc -isu: J. u. liatiglunan mare
mule $102.50; mare mule to snmn f.ir
$200: hon,e mule colt to same for
407: Jersey cow to J. L. Beazlcv $10
cow to J. B. Foster $30- six sows to
various parties at $20 to $10: two
mares to Lee Mcs.-cr at $13(1 and
$102. respectively. J. II. Woods
bought a 40-ncre field of coin at
from $2.3'i to $2.52 a barrel. .Air.
Woods aUo bought a sow nnd pigs
for $27. J. I). Ends bought sewn
ftfding n,xr, At 7 1-2 cents n pound.
Three prominent Franklin county
fanners and ctock men came over to
attend Aie big J. H. Baughmaii .sale
of livestock Wednesday and bought
a number of other animals w Iiilo
here. They weie Albeit O. Jeffers.
tormcr sheriff of that county. S.
M. Noel and J. C. McDonald. Thev
purchased a trio of nice mules from
I ashler . M. Bright of the Lin
coln County National "Bank. "King
liiin $250 for a nice pair of two
venr old marc mules, nnd $125 for a
thice-yiar-old horse hbrid. Thev
.No got a mare mule from Frank
"smith, one mile out on the Dnmille
pike, which cost them $150. and gave
S. (!. Brown, of the Hiibunk section,
$'125 for an extra pair of marc
mules. All of theso went in the car
of stock which they bought at the
-ale. Mr. Noel bought a nice Shet
land gchhiig from Sum Kmbrv. Jr..
that cost $2.50 nnd Mr. Jeffers
bought a walk gelding from George
Shelby for $115.
For Sale. Threo extra nice Duron
Jeisey boars, nubject to register. D.
t:. Proctor. Stanford, Kv. 80-2p.
For Sale. House and two acres
of land, 4 1-2 miles from Stanford
on llustonvillc pike, 5 -room house;
good barn nnd other otithuldings;
ever lasting spring on place; fruit;
trees and fine garden. G. E. Lutes,
Dan Kennedy, n prominent Wayne
county farmer, wns hero last week,
and bought from Mrs. Fnnnio Hub
ble, her nice little farm of 100 acres
in the McKinney section. Mr. Ken
nedy will movo to Lincoln to make
his home, aud will bo cordially wel
comed. The Lancaster Record reports
the following mule and cattle sales
in that section: Taylor House sold
Jim Dalton a mule colt for $70. Win.
Embry bought a mule colt of J. D.
Bay for $85. Sam Warasey sold Al
fred Owens a mulo colt for $70.
Iinydcn Knjlor sold a mule colt to
Jolin Pcttus for $05. Logan Hubble
bought two aged mules at $130 and
$1G0. Alex R. Denny bought a mule
colt of J. ('. Wilson for $115. Denny
Bros., bought three mule colt nt $00
$100 and $110 each. W. K. Leavcli
sold a six year old mule to Wn'ter
CV-iitcr for $100. J. M. Ruble bought
a mule from Clarence B.illard for
si 70. Thomas Rankin bought of
James Thompson 3 aged mules for
$400. Wilon Rogers bought n cou
ple of nice harness horses of A. B.
Fst ridge for $300. W. B. Burton
bought n 0 year old mnre mule of
Steve Agee for $110 nnd a harness
horse of C. Hcndrickson for $100.
I. K. Bobiiison bought 12 mule colts
paying in (lie ncigldnrrhood of $100.
Johnson Price bought eight mule
colts nt prices rnnging around tho
hundred dollar mark. W. B. Burton
bought an aged mule and a harness
hor.se of Wilson Rogers paving $335
for the two. W. It. Cook bought of
Capt. J. A. Doty 35 cattle. Having
$0 per cwt. for 12 of them nnd $5.85
lor inc rcmninder. M. M. Dorsott,
of Burgin bought a mule of Ollie
Bogie, one of Harrison Sebastian.
ono of Oscar Ray and one of Wnlker
Bradshnw paving $110 each for them
W. 15. Burton liught of (Vnt..r nf
Jessamine county one iinir of mules
for $310. of Mr. Spoonnmore. of
Hubble n harness horse for .V'nO. nf
John Buter, of Harrodsbtirg. a
homes horse for $150. of Coulter
& Wright of Shelby City a hnmess
l'ors for $140 and a harness horse
of James Snllec of Bovle.
And buy you n small place. I have
(il acres I will sell at a burguin nnd
on easy terms. There is a small
house on the plnce and I will build
any kind of improvements desired.
It is good tobacco land, corn or
wheat. All is in blue grass except
seven and one half acres. Write or
phone 88 1-2.
76-4F. W. F. Dlshon. Stanford
Fall and Winter Suitings.
Mr Dtw Fall and Winter Eamplr art now
rflr for jour inipcctlon. They comprli.
the brat on th market. I can ault anon
a. to prlc who had hll clothra made to or
der. A suit mad to jour measure la pre
ferable lo readr mad elothea. To hare them
trial I m t A maatn ei ilAaaft'l as a & . it
. v'u , mure man
rrtdjr rod when 4u.ftl.t7' and fit li conild
. v-u. .u auu ,c, uiv .ate TOUr DCaB
n. O. KUPLET. Tkt rnrtirtX Tailor
I will sell publicly at Crab Orch
ard on Saturday. Odtober 12, 1012,
a nice horse and buggv, u good milk
cow, and a lot of household and kit
chen furniture, all in good shape.
Sale will begin at 10 o'clock in the
morning, and terms will be made
knowii on day of sale. Col J. P.
Chandler, Auct. 78-ld.
J. F. Holdam,
FINE FARM FOR SALE!
I offer for sale privatoly my farm
of 175 acres in Biibuibs of Crab
Orchard, Lincoln county, Ky. It
contains a ten room brick dwelling,
in good repair, the usual outbuild
ings aud is watered by tho never
filling springs and Flax creek. About
45 acres in grass and balance in
cultivation. Much of the hind can
be used for town lots. Anyone de
siring to look aver the premises will
cull on me.
Terms made known on applica
J. W. !.. Crab Orehard, Ky.
American Realty Co.
Are offering splendid Bargains in
Stock nnd Grain Farms. Our
specialties, Improved ALFALFA
Farms, also Fruit and Poultry
Farms. We have the Farms thev
all Want, Location, Nenr Towns,
Good Schools ,and Churches, fine
Climate; excellent Water. Send for
Lists, Then See for Yourself. 304-0
Surety Bld'b. Muskogee. Okln.
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UNDERTAKERS AND EM.
BALMER8. ALSO DEAL.
ER IN FURNITURE, MAT.
TINGS, RUGS. THEY WILL
FOR ALL KINDS OF STOCK.
GIVE THEM A CALL. PRICE
THERE IS REAL PAINT
and also some stuff mixed with
cheapening materials that is not
worthy of the name. If yon have
had experience with the latter kind
you don't want another. II you
haven't take our advice and don't
experiment Buy our roal painta
and lave yourself disappointment
and money aa well.
i A. ALLEN. SiMfsrs. Ky.
A. Remedy No, Family
Should Do Without
No matter how healthr a human
bain may be It la aara to My that
not many month aro ae! without
oma obatructlon of the tniwela. In other
wonla, conatlpatlon, etcn If only tem
porary. Tho bloatlnir, tha dull feellnr
may Mart after tha venlna; meal. It a
laxative) la not taken that nlxht It la
certain that aleen will not be aound,
and you will awaken unrefreahed.
Hence, It la Important for you and for
all the member of jour family that a
auud. reliable lnxatle be alwaya kept
In the houae for Juat audi emerceney,
It li aure to be needed, and when needed
you want It at hand. No family that la
careful of Ita health can do without euch
a rarnady. Hut tha quaatlon of whleh
remedy to have on hand la alio of vat
Tha laxative moat hlnhiy recom
mended by the majority of Intelligent
Americana aa belnr beat for bablea and
trownupa la Or. Caldwell'a Syrup rpv
In. It la a liquid laiatlve-tonle, mild,
and never artpea, la effective on robuet
people end can be siren with aafety to
an infant. Children Ilk It because of
the rentle qualities and because) it la
pleeuaat to th: ta,
It la the beat all-around remedy yon
csn have in the house) for any dleorder
of the etomach, liver and bowel. aad
many People like R. II. Mornn. hri
Tenn., and Mrs. II. C. Davidson, Wart-
race, Tenn., say they would aa soon be
without the neceialtlea as without re.
Caldwell'a Hyrup Tepsln.
Invn.. telafcln ... M.k. m i.l 4 .k.
.....u.. -... , lvnv m irit ui inn
remedy before buying- it In tha resular
dollar a lame bottle (family site) eaa
have av aamiil hnflla Mnl .a .! ...
f res of chara-e by simply addreaalnr Dr.
W. n. Caldwell. 40r Waahlns; ton BL.
Montlcello, III. Tour nam and addraaa
oa a postal card will do.
Sui Binn.fi Mimonal School
Admittedly one of the VERY BEST Sckoels In the Stats.
FIVE SCHOOLS IN ONt.-HISH SCHOOL. NORMAL wCHOOL
GRADED SCHOOL. SCHOOL OF MUSIC. COMMERCIAL SCHOOL
J. C. LEWIS, Primiaal, Li-in.Ky.
Headquarters for Tablets.
Pencils and Ink
I, L SA.W, Crab Mard, Ky.
We have another shipment ot
Alcorn, Price $2 per 100 lbs
while the supply lasts. Do not
overlook slopping your hogs on shipstuff.
Best and most economical feed to start your
feeders on. Price $26.00 per ton.
J. H. Baugbman & Co.
When you want first-class
and at right prices, call on
T. D. NE WL AND,
opposite Court House
Just for the
Timely talk on seasonable toilet goods is not
amiss. Our stock comprises all the needed
and desired toilet helps the necesssities and
We sell every known toilet preparation for woman,
miss, child, infant powders, creams, toilet waters,
bath goods and sachets.
Of perfumes we have a particularly excellent line:
all the newest floral odors and combinations, as well
as the old favorite real flower odors.
For the newest and best of any toilet article or per
fume, come here firstyou won't waste time.
At PENNY'S, The Rexall Store.