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THE INTERIOW inilBMAL. STANFORD. XENTlirVV FRIDAY. OCTOBER 20. 1911
The Interior Journal.
HELTON M. 8AUFLEY,... Publisher
More nooris for less money. Now Is the time that every one lias to buy
some FALL and WINTER GOODS, we have them. Clothlnq, Cloaks un
derwear, outlnq cloth, dress qootls of all klnds; coat sweaters, blank
ets and shoes for all the family. Come and let us make you some prices
that will make you open your eyes.
L. L SANDERS
PUBLIC SALE AI RENTING !
- OF -
FARM, STOCK, CROPS, ETC.
Havlnn decided lo qiit fnrmtnrj, I will at my farm I mila east of Here
ThursdayOct.:26, '1 1
Rent my place of 333 acres to the highest and best bidder, if not sold or
rented previously. At fie same time and place I will s:ll my stock,
crops.etc, consisting of '
8 work mules, six and eight years old well broke..
2 yearling mules
3 brood mares 6 to 7 years old bred to Kind's Jack
I three-year-old Chester Chief gelding.
I yearling horse colt, German Coach stock.
I six-year-old imported German Coach stallion
I yearlinq Golddust horse colt.
I four-year-old Gold Dust horse combined,
I four-year-old brood mare bred to lack. s
i. One mare and colt.
I Jennet bred to B. B. King's Jack. "kL-
I yearling Jack extra good.
t I yearlinn short horn bull qood one.
3 Short Horn milk cows, hornless.
II brood sows heavy with piqs. -
v 30 shoats, weigh from 60 to 100 pounds.
2 turluna vl?ws c"Paraiiveiy new.
I hay rake,
I steel roller
I Iron wheel handy wagon.
I mowinf machine.
I one blue grass seed stripper
I International hay baler
One sheep shearing machine (new.)
I car clover hay.
I 30 acres millet straw In the bale
40 acres corn at the heap.
6 two year old mules have been handled some.
One mare mule colt
I three-year-old Chester Chief mare.
1 two-year-old Chester Chief filly.
I four-year-old spotted pony safe for ladles and children. Not
afraid of steam or automobile about 15 hands high and not better or nicer
ene in the country.
I six-year-old Naboth mare bred to Jack.
I Jennet, bred to Peyton's Jack and safe in foal.
1 two-year-old iennet extra stock.
2 short horn calves
1 yearling 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 wagon comparatively new. (
1 wheat fan.
2 sets of wagon harness.
5 sets of plow gear
Three orfour hundred shocksvof fodder
5 acres sorqhum in shock and many other things too numerous to
mention. Sale to go on rain or shine plenty of dry guarters. Dinner
mi the ground for everybody .
II A YEAR 8TRICTLY IN ADVANCE
Entered nt tho postofflco nt man
ford as second class mall.
For Governor Jnmca 11. McCrcary.
Kor l.lout. governor E. J, MrDermctl
fur Treasurer Thos. S. Itlica.
For Secretary of State U. F. Crcco-
For Attorney General James Uarnctt.
For Auditor II. M. TUiwnrlU
For Stnto Superintendent ot Schools
Fo Commissioner Agriculture J. V.
Foi Clerk Court of Appeals It. I..
For IlaLromd Commissioner V. F.
For Circuit Judge Charles A. Har
din. F Kt'preseiitnlhe A. II. Shank.
l're-eli'i'lion c.penc nreotml ftl-i-l
by cniuliilnte uho will bo vidrd
for in ilit? Arironn iirimnrv I'm i'nit
til States Senator tioxt wool; show
a total cvpcmlilurc of Ip ihnu
.fSOO. Sacli an iiiHsuilli-iiiit mim
would not entitle the cnndidulos in
the new stnln lo a look-in on the
"jackpots"' which our old friends
Senators Lorimer, of lllinow. or Sie-plion-on.
of Wi-eonsdn, eri ia I he
habit, of opening during the pro3res
of their campaigns. Or it would
not have paid the salary of Traitor
Lilian!, which Senator I'.iadlev. of
Kentucky. (O'ltear's political purNt)
says U .fl.'iOO n year u his pii,:ile
hecretar-. . ..
Quartered Oak Dressers $12.50.
Mahoqany Finished $13.50.
Genuine Quartered Oak Pedestal
Dining Tables $12.50.
Liliraby and Parlor Tables, Pe
destals, Bed Room Suits, $17.50
Carpets Mattlnqs, Rugs, Drugqcts.
Nice Felt Mattresses, Cotton Tops.
Combinations, Cot Pads, Lace Cur
tains. Shades, Pictures, Moultlinns.
Trunks, Linoleums and Oil 'Cloths.
Full Line of Rockers and Dininq
W. A. Tribble, Stanford.
pie for so many years at Frankfort.
Both parties haihor these lmipies,
and they should lie exposed ami
Judge O'llenr, in n speech at Cov
ington this week, said he was not in
favor of state-wide prohibition. He
declared he did not believe Kentucky
is prepared from a bunnies stand
point or cntimcnt to go further
than local option. If the "dge hob
nobs much longer with .McL'ulloch.
his distiller campaign llnnnrier, he
will come to the condition before
the campaign is over that oven local
option is a bad thing for Keutuckv.
Bitter criticism of President Tnft
murked the opening of the cauipaiga
of the progressive element of the
republican party which was launch
ed in Chicago Tuesday night. And
that's not a marker to tho criticism
that is going to be heard from the
progressive democracy under the
leadership of Woodrow Wilson nest
Terms $10 and under, cash in hand. Over that amount, six
mwiths credit, bankable paper hearing 6 per cent interest from date of
pale. Capt. T. D.EntjIish, Auct.
M. J. HOFFMAN,
Joseph Carter has returned home
after n two month-,' visit in Shel
.Mr. nnd Mrs. J. T. Cherry, .Mrs.
Linda Kenton nnd Jno. Mobiii-on nro
attending the Grand Lodge at Louis
ville this week.
I'd. Owens is able to be out again
Dave Webb bought a ftftm IrOm
Sim Savior for $1,000.
Mr. and Mrs. J. 0. Frith are vis
iting relatives in Stanford und Dan
ville. Henry Krooks left for I.ouisullc
ilrs. Daisy Hunt entertained n
number of her friends last Monday
Homer Wallin was over from Dan
ville first of the week.
Tom Francisco sold to Krown and
Craig a pair of oxen at J'U cents
Mis Judith and Lena McCall of
Maretburg visited Mrs. Jop Albright
K. II. Ham recently sold a cow
for r. .
The many friends of Miss lioc
Dike were surprised when the news
flashed over the town last Sunday
that she and 11. JK. Uinsue nan
eloped to Jeffersonville where they
were mnrried The bride was the
youngest daughter of Itcv. A. G.
like of this place.
She had been teaching at Hickory
Groe and Friday afternoon she left
school to go to Keren from there
she went on to Winchester where
she met Mr. Christie and then on
to Jeffersonville where they were
Mr Christie's homo is :r. i'nneeton.
W. Vii., and has a good position
maricd late Saturday afternoon,
with the Armour l'nckiug Company
of St. Louis. Wo do not know
.i,nr.. 1ipv will make their home
valuable advtco and books. People ask . . ar0 8l;n on their honeymoon.
about mo from different places, and are '.
surprised that lean dp all of my houso- .. Vn.,r Pnmmnn Colds SerioUSlV
Common colds, severe and fre
quent, lay the foundation of chrome
diseased conditions of the nose and
throat, and may develop into bron
cbhitis, pneumonia, and consumption
For nil coughs and colds in children
.... ,i!n mnwn nersons. tnkc Foley's
I cannot thank you enough for your Honey and Tnr Compound prompt1;
advice. May God give you a long life Shugars and Tnncr.
and bless your work." ""
The Democratic Vhitform pledges
the parly to stop corrupt lobbving
in the Legislature, and Governor
McCrcary is the man to turn the
light on the miscrennts who have
fattened nt the expense of the peo-
HER WEIGHT INCREASED
FROM 100 TO 140 POUNDS.
Wonderful Praise Accorded
Perunathe Household Remedy
Mrs. Maria Ooertz, Orlenta, Okla
"My husband, children and myself
have used your medicines, and we al
ways keep them in the house in case of
necessity. I was restored to health by
this medicine, and Dr. Uartman's In-
work alone, and that I was cured by the
doctor of cbronlo catarrh. My husband
was cured of asthma, my daughter of
earache and catarrh of the stomach, and
my son of catarrh of the throat, when
I was sick I weighed 100 pounds ; now I
"I havo regained my health again, and
Come to Louisville at Our Expense.
PURCHASE A ROUND TRIP TICKET FROM YOUR HOME TO LOUISVILLE. WHEN V0U HAVE
COMPLETED YOUR SHOPPING IN THIS STORE. TAKE YOUR RETURN TICKET AND YOUR SALE
CHECKS. WHICH ARE GIVEN YOU WITH EACH PURCHASE TO THE CREDIT DESK. (South end of
Building) first floor. AND WE WILL REFUND TO YOU Nl CASH 5 PER CENT. OF YOUR TOTAL PUR
CHASE UP TO THE AMOUNT OF YOUR ROUND TRIP RAILROAD FARE.
A very larqe assortment of colorings and trimmings and smart models, made of percale anl llnon, with
either high collor and long sleeves, or Dutch neck, to he worn with giumps. Regular values $1.25 to $1.75 at
Girls, Gulmpes of white batiste, trimmed with tusks, two models at 50. cents.
Women's Misses and girls' gymnasium blomers, navy blue, remilar value $1.25 at 75 cents.
MlsseV and Childrens' sweaters, all wool, dauble breasted models, red, white and gray, price $125,
. $225 and $2.75.
Womens' waists, of white batiste, new fall models, high collar, and long sleeves, clevorate usage of
tucking, lace and French side frill, regular value $2.75 at $1.50
NOTICE OF SHERIFF'S SALE
lly virtue of JIecntinn Xo. St di
rected to me, which i-Micd from the
clerk's office of the Lincoln CiieuU
court, of Kentucky, in fnvYir of J. W.
Alcorn and nirnm-t 1). W. Dunn, nnd
which execution is for the sum of
twenty-five (f'J.) with icr cent in
terest there oil annually from the
0th day of September, l&b0,tilj
paid, and the further sum of .f".(l."i
costs mid the further cot of this
action, I, or one of mj deputies, will
on November. Kith, 1011, being the
first day of the regular November
lilll term of the Lincoln County
Court, between the hours of 10 A. M.
and 2 1'. M.. nt the court house door
in Slnnford, Lincoln county, Ken
tucky, expose to public sale to the
highest bidder, at public outer', ''1L'
inteiest of said I). V. Dunn in th"
property hereinafter described, "
so much of hi- uid interest as mnv
be necessary to satisfy the said J.
W. Alcorn's debt, interest and costs
and which intere-t is of the said D.
V. Dunn's in the property hereafter
described, is an undivulcd one-third
interest in snid liropertv. subject to
the dower estate of Mrs. M. M. Dunn
which property is a certain tract of
land lying in the west end of Lin
coln county. Kentucky, on which the
said .Mrs. M. M. Dunn now resides,
thus described: Heginniug nt a stone
in the Joseph Coffey line, thence
south 8(i west 14 poles to the Cof
fey corner, south 'J4 West ( de IS
links to a iiiuoak. corner to siimn.
south '2 west 7.1 poles 7 links to a
stone in a ditch of the county road
in the Knehcl Carpenter line; thence
her lint south 21 west. So poles (o a
stone near a branch; thence up the
branch north .' west 101 poles to a
stone near a branch; thence up the
branch north west 101 poles to
the beginning, and contaiiiiii'r .11
acres, ;i roods and 27 poles if lanH.
Terms of Sale Sale will he made
on a credit of three (It) mouths,
(he pnrchaser to give, bond to tho
said J. W. Alcorn, with approved
security for tho purchase money,
bond to benr interest nt 0 per cent
iiutill paid, from day of sale, having
the force and effect of a replevin
bond. This lSlh dnv of October,
1011. W. L. M'CAHTY.
Sheriff Lincoln Countv Kentucky.
THE STEWART DRY GOODS CO..
nJiJMHfchw-nw-wni-iii' i ! - ii hih. iiM i . i sjgasi. m m
Many a. mother has learned of a way
of avoiding sickness in her family, es
pecially among the children, by the
use of a free sample bottle of the fa
mous laxative, Dr. Caldwell's Syrup
Pepsin. This, offer of the doctor's to
send a free sample bottle has been re
sponded to by thousands of women
in all parts of America.
This Dr. Caldwell' Syrup Tepsln Is a
truly wonderful laxative and especially
adapted to the needs ot babies and
children because It Is pleasant to taste
and no child will retuse It. Then, It Is
mild and never gripes. It la all that
a child's remedy should be, though It la
a sood laxative for the whole family
l,scuue It Is effective at all ages. It
is simply not dynamlo like salts, pills
and powerful cathartics, which should
not be given to children anyway.
Nine times out of ton when a child
complains and you don't know exactly
what is the matter with It, It needs a
laxative Us bowles are constipated.
Syrup Pepsin will correct the trouble,
tone up the child and soon It will be
well again over night wonderful re
suits havo been secured with Syrup
You can buy It of any druggist at
fifty cents or a dollar a bottle, the lat
ter being the family size, but you ore
Invited to make a test of It lint at the
doctor's expense. Sand him your ad
dress today and he wilt send you a free
ample bottle direct to your home.
Then when sntlslled buy It of your fav
Dr. Caldwell does not reel that the
purchase of his remedy ends his obll-
r ration. He has specialized In stomach,
Iver and bowel diseases for over forty
n. nn1 Will I. A .ltAriMil in irlVA thA
reader uny advice on the subject free J
or cnartre. aii are weicomv iu wmv
Mm. Whether for the medical advice
or the free sample address him Dr.
W. U. Caldwell, m Caldwell building-,
Yjilvny,lmc- llio XINV TIIIXCIS
l'o-ilny nt arc-showing a niiiiiiliVeii(
assort men! of men's lials.
hi sliff'liais anil Stetsons Senile!, hat
at $!. Stetson's Young Men's. Also
full shapes at $:5.o() and -Loo.
The new thing in rough hats in (J ray
Tan, Black and Brown at :.50. These
arc very stylish and exceedingly
dressy. Bctlei get one while you can
H. J. McRoberts
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Here To Be
your physician li.ii pre
scribed a medicine (or you to
take, the next Important step H to
have that prescription placed In tho
hands of a thoroughly reliable nnd competent
pharmacist so it will be compounded exactly as
directed. We have gained an enviable reputation
for always being very careful nnd painstaking in
our compounding and (eel that, in nil justice to your
own good health, you should bring your next prescrip
tion here. Here, too, you will find a complete and in
viting display of toilet articles, rubber goods, soaps,
perfumes, toilet preparations and all standard remedies.
For Interior decorating we carry and recommend
ALABAST1NE. the beautiful wall coating. Call
and seu samples ot tints and ask us about It.
PENNY'S DRUG 8T0RE.
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
back 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
WF Parkin CRAB ORCHARD,
-' L eriunb, KENTUCKY.
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