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THE INTErHOH JIUBHAL tTAN FOHO. KENTUCKY. FRIDAY. OCTOIEB II. HI2
Judge Samuel M. Wilson, of Lexington,
Hon. Harvey Helm, of Stanford,
Will address the voters of Lincoln and vicinity at the Court House
Monday Afternoon, Oct 14, 1912, at 1:30 O'clock.
FARM AND STOCK NEWS
Henry JMiillips bought some corn
from J. W. Brown at $2.50 deliver
ed in Stanford.
For Sale. One 13 inch Ohio fod
der cutter with 14 foot carrier in
Rood condition. It. C. Anderson.
J. T. Hice eold to Woods F. Ross
of Paint Lick, 118 lambs at 6 l-2c.
The Bourne Brothers of West
Garrard, sold 300 bales of hay to
the Banks Hudson firm nt $13 per
At B. L. Martin's sale near Per
ryville corn sold at $2 to $2.50 in
T. D. Newland sold to B. D. Holtz
claw three 225-pound hogs at 8
S. J. Myers and R. C. Englemnn
will leave the 15th for Goldsboro,
K. C. to assist Charles Lutes in his
horse and mule market this winter.
T. C. Rankin, of Hubble, burchas
ed a pair of mules from Zobert
Hutchison for $380 and a 4-year-old
mule from Robert Burnside, of Gar
rard f.r $130.
At B. W. Leigh's sale .at Kidd's
Store last week his $4,000 stock of
poods brought cost, 10,000 pounds
of tobacco sold at .$10 per hundred,
57 acres of land lyinp in the corpor
ate limits of Hustonville brought
$145 per acre, brood mares $150 to
$300, stock hogs 8 cents per pound,
corn $2.25 in field. A good crowd
J. W. Brown living nt the Moscr
place on Dick's river now owned by
M. F. Lawrence, holds the record for
n large yield of Irish potatoes. Fiom
n planting of three bushels of seed
he harvested 75 bushels of nice po
tatoes. This remarkable visM nas
grown in made soil near tha river
and the seed was a variety of mix
tures, of a size smaller thati hen
eggs and planted one or two in a
lull without cutting. J
J. W. Brown bought a house and
lot in Sholby City from Mr. Maxey
John Quincy Naylor sold two com
ing threo-year-old mares to Jorcs
L. Anderson for $215.
Over in Boyle II. A. Hudson
bought n mule colt each from It. W.
Harbersou and John W. Webb at
The farmers who sowed bui'K
wheat this year report a satisfactory-yield.
John B. Anderson te
cured 20 bushels per acre on land
which had grown wheat this year.
T. J. Hill sold his drove of hogs
which he has been feeding at lib
farm four miles from Stanford on
the Hustonville pike, to B. D. Hotlz
claw, the local buyer, last week.
There were 48 and they weighed a
total of 10,235 pounds, and were
bought at $7.80 a hundred. Mr.
Holtzclaw sent the porkers into the
Bedford & Tuttle, W. 0. Brock
and Filmore Osborne, of Clark
county, were here last week and
purchased four car-loads of cattle
from Ike Shelby. Mr. Brock got
two curs- of feeders and Mr. Os
borne one car, averaging 800 and
Bedford & Tuttle purchased one enr
of yearlings averaging 1,000 pounds
Tho former were purchased for C
...life rfiiwl 4lia Inline nf fit f 1 P
A number of Lincoln county stock
buyers were in Richmond Monday,
which wns court lay there. There
was nhout 3,000 cattle on the market
and they seemed to change hands
readily. Greeley Lutes, the Turuers
ville stockman bought a bunch
weighing from 000 to 800 pounds nt
from 2 to 3 1-2 cents, a pound. Mr.
Lutes recently purchased from Dick
Cooper, of Turnersville, a herd of
30 i 00-pound steers, which he will
put on silage himself a while be
fore sending to market.
Farm Lands, Live Stock, Crops, Etc.
WE WILL SELL AT PUBLIC OUTCRY ON
Wednesday, Oct. 30, 12
EGINNING AT 10 O'CLOCK A. M.. OUR FARM CONSISTING OF
2M ACRES OF BLUE GRASS LAND. A LOT OF GOOD STOCK.
CROPS, AND OTHER PROPERTY.
One farm located 1-2 mile west of
Hustonville, on Hrudfordsville turn
pike. This furm litis one 7-rooin
dwelling house and one 4-room ten
ant house, both in good repair. Also
2 tobacco barns which will hold 25
ncies of good tobacco, one btock
barn and all other necessary out
buildings. This land is rich, well
watered, lies perfectly for success
ful cultivation, in fine neighboihiiod
.convenient to churches and excellent
Anyone wishing to look at this
farm can find me iu Hubtonville or
my son on said faun, or can phono
me and 1 will meet them at train at
One (-addle bred chestnut sorrel
mare, Keg. No. 5825; has record as
great show marc, breediii" show
colts that huve won 1st premiums in
oome of best stakes; in foal now to
1 7-year-old Black marc, bred to
1 3-year-old saddle bred bay horse,
Reg. No. 4170.
1 two-year-old saddlo bred bay
horse by dies, l'eavine, subject
1 weanling colt, by Dignity Dare.
1 sorrel marc, bred to jack.
1 brown mare, bied to jack.
1 family marc, bred to horse.
I 3-yenr-old gelding, trotting bred.
1 son el yeaning gelding, by All Fen
viue. 1 filly colt, by All leaine.
3 suckling mule colts; 2 yearling
1 pair woik mules; 1 2-year-old
1 3-year-old Jersey milk cow; 3 Jer
sey heiters; i u earning steer
2 huge brood tows and some shouts
A few choice ewes ami olio buck.
Will sell 1-2 interest iu 13 acres of
line tobacco; n lot of looe and bui
ld ha v. A lot of corn in shock;
wane fodder; implements nnd house
hold goods too mimcious to men
tion. Terms Kusy.
jfosiah Bishop & Son.
JWITtWVM.Lt. KENTUCKY. CAPT. T. D. ENfiLISH. AUCT.
Victor Lear, of Garrard, purchas
ed of J. C. Gastinenu ten head of
000 pound cattle at 4 1-2 cents per
A yearling male calf came to our
pasture about ten days ago, owner
can get same by paving for this
notice and his keep. Duke & Fish,
Crab Orchard. 82-3.
George Leathers, who is farming
on Adam Carpenter's place, this
side of Morelund, bought a cow nnd
calf from Jolm Carter, of Turners
ville, for which he paid $35.
J. ' II. Murphy, four miles from
Stanford on the Hustonville pike,
bought for his own use, a pair of
horse mules from R. C. Nunnelley,
of near Turnersville, for which he
J. L. Hutchins, the Boyle stock
man bought 51 175-pound hogs
from Jake A. Robinson five miles
from Stanford on the Danville pike
nt $7.85, 50 hogs of Mrs. Robert K.
Tarkington at $7.05, and 23 1.200
pound cattle of J. R. Knox, at 7 1-1
cents per pound.
V. B. Burton, of Lancaster, ac
companied by J. L. Wiggins, of
Wilson, Is". C, both of whom nre of
the Wilson Live Stock Co. went to
St. Louis Mo., last week and pur
chased on that market two londs. 49
head, of mules paying therefor $210
per head. The mules were shipped
direct to Wilson X. C.
Monte Fov, the Bovle stockman,
hnx just delivered to Tom C'heiiuiilt,
of Madison, u herd of 86 steers that
weighed from 1,0(10 to 2,000. Mr.
Fos gathered these beeves in Wayne.
Washington, Marion county and
turned over to Mr. Cliennult at
Springfield and Lebanon, he paying
from 0 to 0 1-2 cents per pound for
them. These cattle will bo followed
by another held of about 00 head
which will be taken to Mr. Clien
nult s .Madison county farm to be
fed for the cport trade.
Myers & Tucker, the Hustonville
stockmen, bought a bunch of 17 or
18 butcher cattle fiom John Coulter
of near Middleburg, Casey county,
that they paid from 1 1-2 to 3 1-2
cents a pound for. From Vest Bros,
of near Mt. Olive, in Cusev county,
they bought a herd of 025 pound
feeders. There were about the same
number iu this consignment. Theso
buyer have n load of steers on the
Cincinnati market neatly every
week, and sometimes oftener.
Probably the largest kcrohaw ever
seen iu Stanford was brought to the
office of the Interior Journal this
week by Sam J. Bell, the well-known
farmer, out on the Dudderar's Mill
pike. Tho vegetablo weighed 28
pounds, and was 23 inches long, and
was 32 inches in circumference
around the base, und 22 inches
around the neck. It is some squash.
S. J. Myers, und R. C. Engleman,
of Stanford, left this week for North
Carolina, to manage depots for the
Kentucky Horse & Mule Company,
which has its headquarter at Golds
boro. Mr. Myers will be at La
Grange, N. C, and Mr, Kngleman at
Fremont, N. C. This is tho firm
that Charles Lutes, of this city
heads, and it docs a big business
with tho southern planters in hor
ses and mules during the winter
mouths, handling largo shipments
from the Blue Grass country. Both
are local men who go to joiu it, have
had much experience iu the work,
and two better men for tho places
could not have been found.
The stinglesH b;e has nt last nr
rived having been produced by an
English apiarist named Burrows af
ter two years of experiment. A
description of the now bee says that
the hybrids are splendid workers
and arc less liable to disease than
the ordinary honey producer. Bur
rows mated Sypriau drones with
Italiuu queens to produce tho lieu
bee, which, while possessing a sting
er, cannot use it us a weapon of of.
Stanford Lyceum Course?
First Number, Oct. 22,
THE GREAT BOYDS
A Versatile Company in Songs, Instrumental
Music, and Humorous Sketches.
Reserved Season Tickets at Penny's Drug
Store, $2 and $2.50.
Vic lA;ir bought a big bunch of
hogs from Ben King nnving for
them 7 1-2 cents.
A little girl came to the hnnto of
Mr. und Mrs. C. M. Hulctt u "few
Miss .Veil Hircins. of Faint Lick,
was the guct of Mi-, Georgia
Dunn last week.
V. A. Robinson iu the past month
has lot 30 hogs by death. Vaccin
ation ami other preventatives were
used with cry little effect.
Mi-.s Mabel Rankin has returned
from Somerset, where she has been
Mr. Jim Dunn, of Washington, has
been visiting his coiimii. Miss Luzio
J. I Hamilton sold to VA Clark
110 ncies of hind at $102 per awe.
This farm wus sold to Mr. llamiltou
by Johnson nnd Robert Spears.
Joe Aldri'1-- cold to Lvim Clark a
CO acre fa nn at $05 K?r acre.
Robert Speak bought from Mr.
Schooler his farm containing CO
acres for $(i()0.
Mr. and Mio. Wilford Bye, of
Middleburg, have been visiting her
paicnt, Mr. and Mrs. B. W. Swope.
Mis, Kay Jenkins left this morn
ing to tuke her little lieiiheu-. John
Gallagher to Cincinnati, where he
is being tieatcd for spinal trouble
bv an eminent phjsiciau of that
A good meeting is in progress nt
this place. Rev. W. F. Jenkins, is
doing some splendid preaching,
which is much enjoyed by the audi
ences. Xo addition tin to this
Roy Walton received a severe
fracture of the arm by falling from
a lice. One bone was broken at
the wrist, while the other una was
considerably crushed and reuinms
i:i a fearful condition and (imputa
tion may be uccciiry.
Mrs. George Lucas and children,
ot Illinois, who Iiiim been the guests
of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Swope
are now wsiting .Mrs. Wilford Dye
131 acres of fine blue grass land,
1-4 mile from pike. All iu grass ex
cept 25 acres. 3 room cottage, porch
etc., tobacco and stock barn 80x30
Tenant house, new wire fence, all
buildings in good repair, well fenced
50 bearing apples trees, nocr fail
ing water. IVioo $07.50 per acre.
hughes & Mccarty.
TREES!! Fruit and Ornamental
Shrubs. Asnaragns, Rhubarb, Feo
nies, Roses, Fhlox, etc. No Agents.
Growers of What we sell. Free
II. F. IULLENMEYER & SONS,
Hudson and Hughes, of Lancaster
nought 1,000 bales of mixed hay
lrom Ihompsou and Ballard, of
i'reaeliersville, at $12 per ton.
L. K. Ferkins, of Garrard bought
of Thompson and Ballard. of
Fieacheroville. 27 head of 500
pound steers at $23 per head.
a. .11. ii oss, iii j'reaenersviue,
bought -10 head of cattJe Tunning in
weight from 700 to 000 pounds from
J. II. (I wens at $5 per bundled.
V. A. Lear, of Garrard, shipped
twenty car-loads of hogs Satuiday
to the Cincinnati market. The cou
Mgmuent cost from 7 1-2 cents to 7
3-4 cents per pound.
Lnwson and Brown, of Garrard,
bought 75 1 00-pound hogs from Lil
liurn and J. M. Gooch, of the Gil
bert's Cheek district, at 8 cents per
M. J. Funis, the big Uojle feeder
sold 200 head of light export cattle
to Sim Weil, of Lexington at 7 cent
a pound. a
Col. Jack China sold his fine farm
of 255 ucies in Mercer county thU
week to Itonta Brothers, ut 155 per
line. The furm is one of tho best in
the Blue Grass,
Jesse Sweeney, of Lancaster, who
recently bought a farm' out in Gar
rard, bought it bunch of eight three-year-old
mules from J. T. Ranoy to
use on his furm. He paid $1,200
lor the herd.
J. Fleece Robinson, of Lancaster,
delivered to Victor Lear, the Gar-
rnrd stockman, a bunch of 55 hogs
which averaged 275 pounds for
which Mr. Robinson received 8 cents
W. R. Cook, of Lancaster, pur
chased from various dealers 50 head
of cattle ranging iu weight from 700
pounds to 1,100 pounds per head nnd
costing him from $4.75 and $5.50
J. II. Buughman went over to the
George Rubel sale, near Bryants
ville Thursday and bought a pair of
four-year-old mare mules for $420
and a two-year-old mare mule for
W. R. Cook, of the Lancaster sub-
urns, is muKing nn extensive pur
chiise of mules for shipment to tho
southern market, having lately
bought 25 head of hybrids runiriiiir
in n gu from 1 to 7 years, nnd cost
ing him an average of $175 per head
Mr. Cook will ship this collection to
Butler, Georgia, about the first of
World's Baseball Championship
In the Win Id's Championship base
ball series now being played iu tho
east, Boston won the first game at
New Yoik by a heme of 4 to 3. Wood
pitching for Boston against Tesrcau
and Ctandalt for New York. Tho
vectind game was a tie 0 to 0 in 11
innings, tho gnmo was called on ac.
count of darkness. The great Math
crson pitched for New Yoik ugainst
Collins nnd Hall for Boston. New
tork won the third game Thursday
by 2 to 1, Manmard pitching for the
victors ugainst O'Brien and Bedient
for Boston. Over 30.000 people
huve attended each game.
C. M. Allen, Ed Ballard, J. II. Car.
Fine Blue Grass Farm
Horses, Mules and Cows
Atl;30 o'clock, Tuesday, Oct: 29,
I will offer to the highest bidder mv farm, containing 260 acres bv
survey, located on waters of Hanqlna Fork, lust I mile north of McKffi
ney. 4 miles east of Hustonville, on Q. & C. railroad. I mile from detet
This farm is considered one of the best farms in Lincoln county. Craws
wheat, corn. oats, hemp and tobacco as, much per acre as any farm In
the county, dwelling house of 12 rooms, all out bulldinqs necessary, twe
laroe stock barns, one 12 acre tobacco barn. All under aood fence and
well watered. One of the best spring In the county. Lots of never faH
Dwelling house nicely arranged for two families.
c. ,,A!th,e W t,me ' Ei" 8e!l Tho War Held, onu of the finest trettkm
Stallions In Kentucky. His colts can be seen at the sale to shew far
WIH also sell all my fine breed mares, geldings, lennets. cattle.
cews and calves, farmina Implements, crop. etc. '
All small rata has been sewn: 70 acres wheat up nicely. tbMtov
sewn: can ive aessesslen January I. 1913. '
TERMS made known en day of sale.
S.M. Owens, McKinney, Ky.
Col. J. P. Chandler, Auctioneer.
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