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THE STANFORD INTERIOR JOURNAL, STANFORO, KENTUCKVTUE10AY. OCTOIER 1, III?
Horses, Mules and Cows
At 10 o'clock, Tuesday, October 15,
1912, 1 will offer for sale to the
highest bidder, at my place in Crab
Orchard, Ky., the .following live
2 aqcd brood mares, bred to Preston
I 8-year-old brood mare, bred to a
3 6-year-old brood mares, bred
I 6-vcar-old brood mare, bred
I 3-year-old saddle horse
I 1-year-old horse
I 6-year-old aray geldinq.
I 8-year-old Roan work horse.
I 3-year-old brood mare by Preston,
bred to High Cloud.
I 5-year-old brood mare by Preston,
first dam Katie Maloy, bred to
I Aqed brood mare, bred to lack.
I 6-year-old way draft mare, bred
I 5-year-old harness mare, by Pres
ton. I 3-year-old geldinq, by Preston.
I 2-year-old horse, by Preston.
I 2-year-eld mare, by Preston.
I 4-year-old walkinq horse, extra
2 Suckling horse celts, bv Preston.
I Suckling mare celt, by Preston.
I Gray harness octeHfm
I aged work Mrse.
I 5-year-old harness mare, by Dor-
I 2-year-old horse, by Ashland
I I -year-old horse, by Ashland
I mare and colt.
I pair sorrel horse mules 15 3-4
hands hlqh, 4 and 5 years old.
I Aqed pony.
I pair horse mules, 16 hands high.
I pair 5-year-old black mules, 16
I pair 3-year-old mare mules. 15
I pair aqed horse mules, 16 hands
I pair 5-vear-oH black mare mules,
18 hands hHih.
I pair 4-year-eid black horse mules,
15 1-2 hands hhjh. -I
4-year-old mare mule, 16 hands
I aged lack, proven to be a good
I family horse, buggy and harness.
I Jersey cow and calf; I Jersey cow
I Durham cow a qood milker
I two-horse wagen and harness.
For Kent. My farm of 230
acres 35 acres for corn, 30 for
vrhent or onta, CO acres in mcudow,
bnlanco in grass. Also has Rood
dwelling Louse, barn and nil out
buildings For fuTtlicr information
address Mrs. Geo. Logan, Stanford,
Ky., West Main street. 7-ltf
For Sale -Near Stanford, well
improved 200 acre blue tiiss farm,
govd two story house biir stock
barn witb silo, plenty of everlasting
spring water. For further informa
tion sec and write Adolpli VonOnic
nigan, Stanford or Fred VouAllman,
34 nnd Bank street, T.ouiivillp, Ky.
Call For Stock Law Election
Terms Made Known on Day of Sale.
J. C. BAILEY,
Crab Orchard, Kentucky.
J. P. CHANDLER, Auctioneer.
FARM AND STOCK NEWS
For Rent. 20 acres of wheat
land. M. B. Lytle, Phone 1C9 Y.
For Sale. Aberdeen Angus cat
tle both sexes; mules from colts to
four year olds; thoroughbred boars
ready for service. R. II. Crow,
Shelby City, Ky, Ky., phone 8 two
rings, Junction Ex. GO-tf.
Advertise your sale in the I. J.
More farmers read U than any
other country paper in the Btate.
For Sale. One nine, coming three
year old, Peacock filly, beautifll bay
with two white feet and star; good
size. Call on vir addross. 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 Rent. My farm of 126 acres
on Hanging Fork. , Mrs. Jessie
Stngg, Stanford. 78.
For Sale. Three ctra nice Duroe
Jersey boars, stibiect to register. D.
E. Proctor. Stanford, Ky. 80-2p.
For Sale. House and two acres
of land, 4 1-2 miles from Stanford
on Hustonville pike, 5-rootn house;
irood bam and other outbuidings;
6ver lasting spring on place; fruit
trees and fine garden. O. E. Lutes,
Too late .K
JJiad only saved my mone
I could have accepted this offer and ipent
my remaining days in comfort But
Now, It is teo late! too late!!"
This man did not save his money, thinking n chance to uso
It would never come. When a splendid opportunity came he hat)
fig money und doomed himself to live in poverty for the rest of
his life blaming himself every jemnining moment for his folly
and drawn out misery.
Ymi will oue day have such an oppor
tunity. Take heed. Start saving now
Come in and talk it over Today.
STATE BANK & TRUST CO.,
Capital $10,000. Surplus $500 Staaford, Ky.
W. L. MeSAJITV, Prat.
I. L NMVi V
J. D. EA0S, V-Pr.
J. t. INK, V. tot.
S. ALK1T PHILLIPS, A-CtaVr
Regular term Lincoln county
court, held August 12th, 1012. lion.
James P. Railcy, Judge, presiding.
The petition of E. J. Tinnier and
others was this day filed in open
court, and is now noted of record,
prajing for a submission of the
question whether cuttle generally
shall be permitted to run ut lin-go on
the public highways and unenclosed
lands of llustouville Jliu'isteriul
Dietnct Xo. 4. of Lincoln county,
H-nring from a cor 'deration
of Bttid petition that It has been sign
ed by moi e thnu twenty legul voters
who re-jido in nnd arc electors iu
enid liustonville Magisterial Dis
trict. No. 4. that nt tno time tue
petitions deposited with the county
court, a sum ot money suuuceiii iu
the judgment of the court to defray
the esneiises of said election; that
by nn older of the Fiscal court of
Lincoln county now in force the
magisterial district is fixed as the
unit in such elections in Lincoln
county; that it is more than sixty
days until the net regular election
to be held in said district, the court
is of the opinion and orders nnd ad
judges that the petitioners are en
titled to have the prayer of the
petition granted, which is done, nnd
nn election is hereby ordered to be
held ou the 5th day of Novembtr
1912, the regular day, in the four
voting precincts of Hustonville
Magisterial District. No. 4 of Lin
coln county, Kentucky, for the pur-po.-e
of assertuining the will of the
voteis of. said district, upon the
will of the question whiHber ur not
they wish cattle generally to mn nt
lnrgo on the public highways nnd
unenclosed lands of Hustonville
Magisterial District No. 4, of Lin
coln county, Kentucky, nnd for the
purpose of holding this election for
said Magisterial District are direct
ed to open a poll on the date above
named iu each of the four voting
precincts, embraced iu said Magis
terial District, namely llustouville
voting precincts Nos. 1, 2, 3, and 4.
The clerk of the Lincoln county
court is directed to cause to be
printed on the ballots to be used
iu this election the question
"Are you in favor of making it
unlawful for cnttle generally to run
at large on the public highways and
unenclosed lands of Hustonville
magisterial district No. 4, of Lin
coln county T"
Notice of tins election must be
published twenty days beforehand
iu the Stanford Interior Journal, the
only newspaper published in Lincoln
counljv, which notice must npnenr
in at least four issues of said news
paper. This election shall bo held by, and
polls thereof compared nnd the re
sults nuuouuced iu the manner, nt
the time, nnd by the persons auth
orized to hold elections and com
pare the polls and declare the re
sults in elections held for county
officers, nnd the result shall be
spread upon the records of this
court nt its next reirulnr term after
the result is declared.
The clerk of the Lincoln county
court, the Sheriff of Lincoln, and
the officers of the election iu the
several voting places embraced in
Hustonville Magisterial di-trict No.
4, uf Lincoln county, Kentucky, ure
iliiectefj to do nnd perfonu all of
the. respective duties of them by the
laws vf this Commonwealth in ad
vertising and conducting suid elec
tion, in the preparation and preser
vation of the ballots and iu can
vassing und certifying the result of
the. vote, and it is diicctcd that said
election be held in ull respects us
required by law governing such
elections nnd tlio general election
law in so far us ib applies to this
character of election.
Attest G. U. Cooper, Clerk, Lin
coln county court.
In obedience to the foregoing or
der of the Lincoln county court, nu
election will be held in the four vot
ing piecincts of Hustonville Magis
terial District No. 4. of Lincoln
County on the (ith duy of November
1012. iu all lespectb ns -escribed
iu said oidor, for the purpose of
asccitaining the will of tho voters )f
llustouyille Mu"isterial District, No.
4, of Lincoln county upon the ques
tion whether or not they wish cat
tle generally to run at large on thu
miblic highways and unenclosed
lauds of said Hustonville Magister
ial District No. 4. G. H. COOPER.
Clerk, W. L. McCarty. Sheriff 70-4.
PuMicSale of Fine Firms, LiveStock,&c
I will sell at pibHc outcry m T.esiay, Oct. 22, 1912
irqlnnlng at 10 o'clock A. M. my hree farms In Lincoln county, Ky.,
a lot of extra flood stock, crops and other property:
FARMS. These three farms are on Hanqlnq Fork creek and ad
join each other They are located on both sides of the Hustonville and
Stanford turnpike, 7 miles from Stanford, 2 miles from McKlnney, 2
from Hustonville and Moreland. There are in nil, about 300 acres,
approximately, divided about thusly: 50 acres In one: about 100 In the
second and about 145 In the third. Each place has a qood dwelling
house and all necessary outbuildlnqs; Is well watered; 1n fine condition
and in hlqh state of cultivation. No better farms can be found In this
part of Kentucky. will offer tbm as r. whole and then separately
and accept the bid deemed best. Possession given January I, I9I3. .
I also have two tracts of the best sort of Knob Land td sell at the
same time; about 39 acres In each tract; a qood dwelling house on each.
This land raise qood tobacco and ether crops.
Will also offer a couple of nice town lots In McKlnney.
FLOUR MILL I will also offer for sale my 75-barrel, steam op
erated flour mill at McKlnney- It Is located on the Cincinnati Southern
railway and is now in full operation.
STOCK At the same time I will offer for sale mv livestock con
sistinq of brood mares, mules horses, cattle, hoqs and sheep; all In
good shape and first class condition
CROP I will also offer for idle about 1.000 bales of goud hay,
and 500 bales of straw.
Will have for sale a lot of farming implements In oood shape and a
good 30 horse power Buick automobile.
BANK STOCK. Will offer 12 shares of stock in the National
Bank of Hustonville: 25 shares of stork of the McKlnney Deposit Bank
and 3 shares of stock in the Dnnvlllr Fair.
Terms made.known on day of sale. Dinner on the ground.
Sale will be held, rain or shine; under good cover if rainy.
Parties desiring to see land, stock, etc., can phone me at Huston
ville and I will meet them at any train.
J. S. MURPHY, ""
Capt. T D. English, Auctioneer.
The I. J. Like a Letter From Home
The following from our old friend
nnd founer countryman, M. G. Hey
no'ils, was received a few duys ago.
Mr. Keynolds bus done "well since lie
located iu Stafford county, KniiMis,
but like ull who leave Lincoln coun
ty, he is anxious to keep posted on
what his friends here are doing and
he knows no better wny of doing so
than by keeping his Interior Jour
nal paid in advance:
St. John, Kas., Oct. 3, 1012
Dear Interior Journal:
You will find enclosed $1 ifor
which p!ea?e credit my account on
subscription. I cant uffoid to hnve
tho I. J. stop, ns it is just like n
letfcr from home.
The farmers here nro ery busy
int now sowing wheat. The ground
is in much better condition for seed
ing than last year. Corn is very
good. A large ncrcnge m this vi
cinity. The horse dien-e, or plague
that hns proven so fntnl to Knnsas
horses, seems to be dying' out. Have
not heard of nny new ca-es in this
vicinity for n few days. Safford
county wns not hit ns hard by the
tTangc disease ns were the counties
west, only about 200 hne died in
this county, it is claimed.
Wages are high here this full and
work hands Tery senrec.
Ilurrnh for Hnrey Helm.
With best wishes for the I. J. nnd
its many leaders,
M. G. REYNOLDS.
A splendid audience promises lo
greet the first Lucum number ou
October 23. Season tickets nnd ic
sened seats nt Penny's Drug Store.
FARM AT PUBLIC SALE
$25.00 In Gold Given Away
It. M. Ncwlaiid, the Life and Fire
Insurance agent here, will give u to
bacco show on tho 2nd Monday in
December, court dnv.
Prizes as Follows:
$15 in gold for the best six hands
of lugs to weigh not less than four
A7..ri) for the second best.
!?2..r)0 for the third best.
No trash leaf or red sonsidered.
A. W. King, Danville, Kv.. Judge.
Tnlk with me about your fire nnd
life insurance. II. M. NKWLANl).
Fall and Winter Suitings.
My new Fall and Winter Sample ar. now
rrarir (or your Inspection. Ihrjr eomprlie
the beat on the market. I tan auit anjune
a to price who bad bla rlolhet mad to or
der. A auit made to Tour tneaiur il prtr
ferable to ready mad clothe. To bare tbem
mad to meaur doein't cost an mora than
readr mad when quality and (it i comid
red. Com In and let m tak jour meal
B. 0. RVPIKT. Tht rrtrtUtt felMr
American Realty Co.
Aro offering splendid Durgains in
Stock and Grain Farms. Our
specialties Improved ALFALFA
Farms, nlso Fruit and Poultry
Fuims. Wo hnve tho Farms they
all Want, Location, Near Towns,
Good Schools ,mid Churches, fine
Clitnuto; excellent Water. Send for
Lists, Then See for Yourself. 304-C
Surety Bld'b, Muskogee. Okln.
I will sell nt public miction on
Saturday, November, 9. 1912
in front of the court house nt Stan
ford, Ky., my lurm of about 55
ticres-, located on tho wuters of Knob
Lick, two miles south of Junction
City bordering on the Cincinnati'
Southern ruihvuj' and near Hwen
Stntion, Lincoln county, Ky. There
ure about 35 acres in iuods, the
balance for cultivation about 20
acres, in timothy grusM. It has a
good house of three large rooms,
good fence iiruund garden and urd,
also some fruit trees, creek running
through place and can strike water
in 12 feet almost nuvuhere vu the
lurm. It is u fine place for sheep
and enhes and would make a fine
pduiry and poultry farm. No better
pluce couUI bo hud anywhere close
to the pike and school nnd market.
Any man looking for u good cheap
home should buy this place. It is
in good condition. The Inst crops
were all good, and it will raise to
bacco und com, onts, millet, brim.'s
fine clover anywhere ou the place.
All under fence. Possession given
ut once. Now is your chnneo for a
good home cheap.
Terms. Cah, or one-half cash
and the balance iu one und two
.M'iirs, secured by hen on bankable
note and bearing 0 per cent interest
fiom date of deed until paid. I will
famish good abstract and good war
1 desire to sell my properly ns I
onmiiit see to things back there. 1
will be irrc-ent on day of sale.
Anna B. Sweeney,
718 Knst Fremont,
CVtl. .7. P. Chandler, Auet. 81-5
I will sell publicly nt Crab Orch
ard on Saturday, Odtobcr 12, 1912,
a nice horse nnd buggv, a good milk
cow, and a lot of household and kit
chen furniture, all in good shape.
Sale will begin nt 10 o'clock in tho
morning, nnd terms will be mnde
known on dnv of sale. Col J. P.
Cliundlcr, Aucr. 78-td.
J. F. Holdam.
Posted Hunting Forbidfen.
We, whose names are signed be
low positively forbid anv hunting
or fishing upon our oremisea:
W. F. Semonis, Win. J. Beck, Fred
VonQruenigan, O. Baumann. Chas.
T, Willson. Kd Gooch. Lutes & Myers
C. M. Allen, Kd Ballard.
FINE FARM FOR SALE!
I offer for sale privately my furui
of 175 acies iu biihuibs of Crab
Orchard, Lincoln county, Ky. It
contains n ten room brick dwelling,
iu good lepuir, the usual outbuild
ings and is watered uy tno never
failing springs and Flax cieek. About
45 ucres in grass and bnlanco in
cultivation. Much of tho land can
be used for town lots. Anyone do-
siring to look over the premises will
call on me.
Terms made known on applica
J. W. Sunt, Cnh Orrtvd, Ky.
UNDERTAKERS AND CM
ALMER8. 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 yo- have
had experience wiih the latter kind
you don't want another. If you
haven't take our advice and don't
experiment Buy our pal fraints
and save yourself eVsappqhifeat
and Boaey at weU.
I A. ALLEN. MMfsrt, Ky
Doctors Use This for Eczema
Dr. rvn, nx.CommllonT of Ilrnttti,
nyal "There I nlmoat no rrlntlnn l
twecn akin tllionae nnd the MooO." Tho
kin mult b cured throiiRli the akin.
The rerma muat bo waslitd out, nnd no
Mvcn hare lonir no len found worth-l-.
The moat Advanced phralelnni of
thla country nro now agreed on this, and
nro prcscrlbm n wnah of wlniererren,
thymol nnd other Ingredient for ectema
and nil oilier akin dliraaca. Thla com
pound la known aa UU.L), rrcicrlnllon
Dr. Holme, the well known nkln np
cjt write! "I om convince! that tho
v.u.v. Treacrlptlon I aa much a apecina
for cccema ne ntilnlno for mnlarln. I
have been prcacrlhlng the D.D.D. remedy
tlio Inatant you apply IL
In fact, we are o mire of what D.D.D.
will dp for you that wo will bo Blad
Iu let you hnve a SI bottle on our aniar.
nntee thai It will coat you nothlna ua
leaa you nnd that It doea tbe work.
SHUGARS I TANNER. Stanford. Kentucky.
OCTO. 8 TO 19
KENTUCKY T. H. B. ASSOCIATION
21.00O THK KKXTUCKY FUTUIIITV
$ 3,000 THK WALNUT HALL CUP
B.000 THK TltANSYLVAMA -3.000
THK CASTLKTOX CUP .
O.HOO CHAMPIONSHIP STALLION
0,000 THK OCTOUKK PHIZK -
TUKSIUV, OCT. II
WKDNINHAY, OCT. 0
THUIWIIAY, OCT. lO
MONDAY, OCT. 14
.MONDAY, OCT. 14
WKDNKSDAY, OCT. 1
A BIG STAKE EVERY DAY
Weber's Prize Band of America
OneFare-RAILROAD RATES-One Far
WHITK FOIt PHOOItAM
Headquarters for Tablets.
Pencils and Ink
L L SAMRS, H OrcM, Ky.
We have another shipment of
Alcorn, Price $2 per 100 lbs
while the supply lasts. Do not
overlook sIop)iii- your hogs on shipstufT.
Best Jind most economical Feed to start your
feeders on. Price $26.00 per ton.
J. H. Baugbman & Co.
Phone 1 1
When you want first-class
and at right prices, call on
T. D. NEWL AND,
opposite Court House
J. C. McClary
UNOIRTAKKR AND IMIALMBR
Office PfiMt 117. Hmm PHmm 3
Wr ar In position In do all kind of eon
enrtenf, turb at Ulock Work, PaicuienU, and
la fact, w on maaa anrtblna from a bouw
down la a fnc pott. Call and art our price
beloie you bur J" makrial at lt.
PHILLIP! INS., Stanford, Kj.
H. B. Northcott
Lime ft Cement
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