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J Pilati More Ttrm Hewa I U Xad by Parmeri Than I Otkr Conatry Paper la tha Established 860. 56th Year. 1 No. 45 The Interior Journal Stanford, Lincoln County, Kentucky, Friday, June 4, 1915. BANKERS MEETING AT CRAB ORCHARD TODAY AN OLD LANDMARK GONE M. O. Thti Paper Stop la op Wham Tow Tim Watch tha Data Oa abJ 4 Rtnaw Your Snbacrlplea ProaayMy, Tuesdays and Fridays EVERY DAY IS NOMINATION DAY IN THE BIG CONTEST Vote If you have not entered the liig race, tend In your nomination today. Printed matter and full Instruction! for conducting the cam palgn will then lie tent you. 13 PRIZES FREE. A Leland Piano, Tourt to the Panama Eipmition, Niagara Falls, Mammoth Cave, etc., given away absolutely free. To-day For Your "Favorite." SiiIiMcripticm Blank. Contest Manngcr, Interior Journnl, Stanford, Ky.t year's subscription to for rind enclosed $- The Interior Journal. I wish to help my "fuvorite" :n the lllg Trnv. el Tour nml Prize Contest, while the hlg vote offer Is in force. Please give me proper credit and send otes with my compliments to A man once Mood upon London M Bridge, round Ids neck wus fastened a tray upon which were laid several P. O.... Dist. No. hundred golden sovereigns which ho wns offering for Mile nt n price of n Signed penny apiece. All the afternoon he (Name of Subscriber) stood there without effecting a single ule until nt length n working man mndc n purchase of one of the coins, P. 0. thinking that it would he an excellent toy for his child. When he reached Subscription. This is a home, he discovered the aluc of the (New or Renewal) (.oin and hastened hack to buy more, Send the remittance direct to the Contest To the Subscriber: hut the vendor had gone and the man Manager, care the Interior Journal, Stanford, Ky., who will give you had lost his opportunity. In both districts In the nterior Jourproper rreillt and issue votes to the Contestant named. nal's lug contest, n similar state of attaint prevail. Numerous contest, I.,,.. 1. ....I- - ..Ill -- ....II.... ... U.tnAi iimi i.nv tut; iimiiii--iiilin mil Then, Inter on, remind them back Into the ballot box nnd pub, l,..v ... .. ........- - thr.mlni- r- nwuv of i names... .. ......... .. . ..r.. lit..r..llv , t t .i .ssesslng one of the vnluable prizes ' "lu,r promise, won 't get discourug lished in the following issue. ed If a person does turn vou down offered in this big race, DISTRICT NO. 1. That same person may change his Moreland, Ky. Just think any one of the hun- mind and give you a subscription latdreds of dollars worth of prizes to he er on in the contest Posilily he u .Miss Lydia Weddle 0,750 of just trying you out to see whether Miss Anna S. Reynolds had for the least expenditure 77,725 trouble. Valuable prizes that nre you have Olgn Myers 32,850 enough to Miss worth your best efforts and yet they make it winning candidate. He, like Miss Prudence Terrell 43,850 Deem to be going begging for lack of most everyone else, wnnts his votes McKinney, Ky. active candidates to compete for to go to some candidate who is trying Miss Mary I). Beck 10,350 them. A live, ambitious candidate to make a winning campaign. You can 10,(525 who would enter now would have no not expect a person to help you un- Miss Ruth Cocking Miss Ruth Tanner 11,525 trouble at all In picking, up one of the less you show some inclination to help Miss Mary Lois Gam- 10,875 prizes if she would make an active yourself. rare. If you are going to tic a candidate, Miss JaliaCrab Orchard, Ky. Brown, 2 7,275 Some of trie candidates whose then be one. Don't go on record as 25,875 names appear among the leaders have being in Jho fiveptive class. ( dim-ou- t Miss .Mary unities Miss Mamie Holm. in 10,875 only secured two or three subscripand let your friends know that 0,Ci50 tions but have polled them, so that you are in the race and in to win Miss Bessie Reynolds 2 1,150 their standing appears high in the pa. Have a personal talk with all tnose .Miss Ella Itigsby per. It would take very little ctfort wlsjim ou can ee conveniently and Hustnnville, Ky. on the part of a new candidate to pass reaih the other by letter or 'phoae. Mis Roberta Blnin 15,025 these candidate wh nre only making Let them know that you are making Miss .Margaret Allen 84,075 a half hearted rate and to take a a winning campaign and that you Miss Christine Lair 84,975 place among the leaders. A new one-ye- need their subset iptions to help you Miss Cora Este, R3,050 subscription now brings 12,200 win. Gilbert t Creek, Ky. votes and if it is the lln-- t subscription Miss Emma Holtzclnw 0,275 Mitt Rankin Making Active Race. Kent in lv n candidate, she is also enMiss Nell Buck 0,125 titled to 'J5,(H)0 extra votes. On the Owinir to an eiror in making up the Kings Mountain, Ky. first three subscriptions turned in lie list of candidates in the last issue, the 38,225 fore June Kith by any new candidate, 'name of Miss Eva Hnnkin was uniii .Miss Grace Thompson 8,325 she will be entitled to three Special tontionally left otr the list. Miss Ran- Miss Ada Murphy Stanford, Ky. Vote kin has not withdrawn from the con Ballots, good for ?r.nnn 7 1,225 each, in adition to the usual number test but is making a most active cam- Miss Eva Hnnkin 0,750 of votes given. Three new one-yepaign nnd her many friends are doing Miss Mary Bailey 31.700 subscriptions together with the throe everything possible to plnce her Miss Patience Cnlmi.se Mrs. Lucy Miller Hartley 81,775 special ballots would bring a candi- among the winners. Miss KMc Coleman 81,975 date "MOO Extra Votes and 30.000 How Prizes Will Be Awarded Mrs. Walter Jones 73.025 regular votes or 111,000 votes in all. There will be IS prizes awarded in Mts Anna Chancellor 10.225 Any new candidate can easily secure The Interior Jourim! big Travel 7,Ci25 three subscriptions in a thort time if Tour nnd Pnze Contest nnd at least Misa Margaret Davison 40,425 she tries, nnd these votes would give six prizes will be awarded to each Mii Bessie Clay Earns 8,300 her a good start in the big race. district. The territory of the contest Miss Bessie Peek, 5 04,350 I We invite nominations of new can- is divided into two districts and con- Miss Fannie Scott, 8,550 didates in nil parts of Hie contest ter- testants need only compete against Miss Osa Farmer, 'l Waynesburg, Ky. ritory. Just write the Contest Mana- those in their own district for any of Miss Cora Singleton 73,075 ger, care of the Interior Journal, at the district prizes. Under this 10,150 arrangement, all candidates have Mi Mary Warnner Stanford, Ky., that you wish to mnke 2,050 an uctive nice nnd he will send you an oqunl chance and it makes the Miss .Mabel Wright RML Salrm, Ky. printed matter and full instructions prizes very easy to win. MNs Nannie McKhiiict 34,325 New Subscriptions for conducting your campaign. 10.00 DISTRICT NO. 2 147,800 votes Schedule of Votes. 10 years 8.00 103,200 votes Lancaster, Ky. The following schedule of votes 8 years 5.00 Miss Florence Dawes 09,100 votes 84,975 will be in effect until Monday, June 5 years 4.00 Miss Stella Comely 04,800 votes 72,850 21st. On and after that date the 4 years :i.oo Miss Lillie Mny Sutton 39,000 votes 3 years 5,950 vote schedule will take a most decid2.00 Mi-25,000 votes 2 years durLillie Jones ed drop nnd will continue lower 4.G25 1.00 1 year 12.200 votes Miss Kate Hiimm, R- -l 4,925 ing the remainder of the contest: Back Subscriptions and Renewals, 4,350 Win a Handsome Piano $10.00 Mrs. Stella Perkins 5.1,800 votes 10 years Paint Lick, Ky. s.ou The Leland Piano to be given away 8 years is.uuu voces 2,150 coo Miss Louise Rice in the big rare for glory and prizes, 5 years " 25,500 votes t.oo is, without doubt, a prize well Worth 4 years 19,200 votes Brodhead. Ky. 3.00 Miss Judith McCall 11,100 votes 9,350 striving for. This instrument wns 3 vcars 2.00 Miss Ada Ward 9,000 votes. 34,325 made by Lyon &. Ilcaly the well known 2 years I." J Miss Etta Cable 3,000 votes 57,050 piano manufacturers of Chicngo and 1 year will be purchased especially for this Our Guarantee Danville, Ky. contest fiom their .local agents the THIS BIG VOTE OFFER IS Miss Elizabeth Dye 81,975 Hamilton-Smit- h Music Company, of GUARANTEED TO BE THE BIG- Miss Joyce Taylor 15,250 this city. The Leland piano is noted GEST AND BEST OF THE ENTIRE Miss Ethel Schadcl 20,550 C... Iih-i- i in vnnr hllll. for its high quality anil fine tone nnd f'nV'PPCVr Ky J.un,c,,?n, " U certainly, a piano that will please scriptions as fast as you receiv e them. 0,825 t"ic ) right II you hold them back with the ex the winner. putation of securing bigger votes on Miss ucitrudc Richardson . 00,025 What a Splendid Vacation! Shelby City, Ky you will be disappointed. We Can you think of a more pleasing thtm 00,025 guarantee that no bettor offer will Miss Emily Murphy- difvncation trip than the Tours to Liberty, Ky. during tne contest. be be made ferent American points that are to Mi . Mosie Bell . 0,925 awarded in the I. J.'s big Travel Tour Cundiff ... 7,150 O O Miss Gertiudc 1.1 fine und Prize Contest? There arc Bud, Ky. o Vacation trips, consisting of tours to o HOW THEY STAND TODAY o Miss Lcnnle Burton 1,000 Panama-Pacifi- c Exposition, Niag-nr- a the Arabia, Ky. Following is the standing of o I Buffalo, Mammoth Kails, Detioit, Miss Lake Caiter 2,250 of the contestants up to ThursCave, etc., to be given away in the Pin "Il day, June 3id. 1015. big race for fame and fortune. See "The Better Man" at the Op votes together or place in en- u Prizes Easy To Win era House tonight. velopes before depositing in unAll the piizes will be awarded the ballot box. Votes may be o so der the most liberal condition -- Altsheler. clipped from the paper or they o Salic win that it will not be at nil hard to are given freo on both old nnd today had the The Courier-Journwill be nt any one of them. There Ask for o! new subscriptions. of interest here, tho bride least six prizes awarded to each disvotes when paying your sub- Q following daughter being u of Cashier J. W. trict and with the exception of the scriptions. bailee, of the McKinney Deposit capital prize, contestants need only Bank, and a niece of Mrs. Lelia Cook compete against those in their own ,1J,U l',ty"ml J,r' .Sl M ,CVlPns of district for any of the prizes. If there is nny mistake In the count Systematize Your Campaign of any contestant's vote up to the (McKinney: The marriage of Miss Ma. systematic present date, cull it to the attention iiu imini't oaiice, ill llllfTUllbliurg, Plan your campaign in a way. Bofoie you start make out u of the contest manager before next and Mr. William Brent Altsheler took place lu Lcxingtcn yesterday after list of friends that you are going to Monday night. see, whom you are going to telephone Until further notice, contestants noon nt I o'clock at thu Phoenix Hoand whom you lire going to write. will be allowed to noli a sullicient tel. The wedding was to have taken Then when you get their subscriptions number of votes to place their stand- place Saturday in Harrodsburg, but cross the names off the list or if they ings 15,000 votes in advance of the owning to n business engagement Mr. tell you that they will help you later leadei of the preceding issue. Where Altsheler has in New York Saturday, on, find out as nearly us possible the more than the limit allowed nre polled tho ceremony was perfoimcd quietly exact date and put that opposite their the balance of the votes ate dropped jestenlay. Among those who attended the wedding were Mr. and .Mrs. Joseph Williams Sallee, of Hartods-burMr. und Mrs. Wat Hardin Sal lee, Mr. Ed Altsheler, Miss ElUa Altsheler, Mr. Sidney Smith, Miss Mary K. Sallee, of, Morgan town, N. C, Mr. Julius Sallee, of Chattanooga; Miss Nomination Blank Good For 1,000 Votes Pauline Sallee, of Harrodsburg. After a two weeks' stay in New York, Mr. CONTEST DEPT., INTERIOR JOURNALi and Mrs. Altsheler will go to houseI hereby nominate as a candidate in your Big Travel Tour and keeping nt their cabin, "Wisteria Ptize Conteitl Lodge," on Kenwood Hill. R-R--l R-R-U-.lib-er- nl -l s I ! J ooooooooooooooo I ' I al oooooooooooooooo '' ) g, NOMINATE A CANDIDATE NAME - " Jt .s,i BY isssSMsHtstssstissSMsseeftliio'ixMtsiSMsststasssst NOMINATED f Addren Send necessary blanks and instructions. Note Only one nomination blank will lie accepted for any one candidate. The name of those making nominations will not be ' ache, uchlug joints and painful muscles. If you cannot go, yet feel you need relief from pain and misery, get Foley Kidney Pills. They the kidneys to activity und make you feel well and strong. Sold ev'jj ' erywhere. " Only a Few Can Go. Thos who do not s'avo to consider expense are now going to health re. sorts to get rid of Impurities in tho system that cuuse rheumatism, back- re WINFREY UNDER ARREST $12,500 JUDGMENT FOR GOODE AGAINST RAILROAD George L. Carter Passes Away After In Bell County and Faces Trial On i Long and Useful Life. Serious Charge. Financiers of 8th and lllh Districts Grand Jury Finds 20 Indictments, In Annual Session Skilet Mostly Liquor Cases Court Ad. An old Inndmnrk wns removed Friends in this part of tire state when Mr. George L. Carter was tnk-e- n have regretted to learn of the trouWelcomes Visitors. journs Till Next Week. from nmong us ut 10 o'clock Tues- ble in which Prof. M. O. Winfrey Is day night. For 88 years nnd five Involved nt Mlddlesboro. lis wns prinCrab Orchard Is the Wnll Street of Circuit court this section of the Mate today. Bank- months he had been n resident of cipal of the Stanford Graded School nesday over tilladjourned on Weders from nil over the Eights and Elev Lincoln county, nnd with the execp - jn number of years ago, and is well week, which Is the Tuesday of next final week of the A ,!(. enth Congressional districts are in an- tion of two or three years his Innv known In centinl RYtiiurLrv May term of court. Very little businual session there, nnd Col. J. B. life wns spent within n few miles ot patch to the daily papers Wcdnesdny ness of importance hns been before Willis, of Crab Orchard Springs, Is McCtfrmnck's church, of which he was said this: the court nt the prc-cterm. Middlcsboro, Ky June 2. M. O. mnklni' them have the time of their n member almost nil of his life. It For the third time, n lurv horn re wns mwt fitting that ho was buried Winfrey, Superintendent of the Mldlives. Auto loads of financiers from turned n largo verdict against the up in this section went to Crnh Or- there, anil that his old pastor, Eld. J. dlesboro City Schools, was nrrested Cincinnati Southern railroad chard early, all three of the local Q. Montgomeiy, now of Liberty, here Inst night on n warrant sworn damage suit brought against it in the W. banks being depleted of their forces. should conduct the lust sad rites over out by Miss Annn Lynn, charging E. Goode, of Wnyncsburir. forby ner- breach of promise. The case will sonnl Injuries. A verdict except just enough to keep things go- the good man. Mr. Carter joined returned by church when very young come up here next week, when the nine jurors nwnrded Goodc ing. Subjects of particular Interest to $12,500 the fraternity are under discussion, and kept his membership there. He Mldd!eboro term of the Hell Circuit dnmages nt this trial. Previous judg Miss Lynn Is of a ments have been reversed hv thn nnd with fine weather, n big day i did not remove It when he came to Court meets. Stanford to moke his home with his prominent Virginia family. Prof. Court of Appeals being enjoyed. and it is understood Cashier H. (i. Skilcs. of the Crab son. Mr. Jnmes M. Carter. Whon Winfrey was once the nominee for thnt this judgment will also be carOrchnrd Banking Company, delivered asked to bring his membership to the State School Superintendent of Ken- ried to the state's highest court for a sparkling address of welcome to the aiamoru cnurcn no would ulwuys say tucky. final decision. that McCormack's was his home and The Pineville Sun later in the week visiting financiers. He said: The jury which there it should remain. had this version of the unfortunate of J. II. Wheeler,tried the civil suit "Mr. President, Ladies nnd Gentle of Waynesburg, Deceased was born on the 5th day nffnir: menThe Executive Committee have ugninst D. S. Gooch, of Somerset, of October, 182G, and on the anniThe citizens of Mlddlesboro are nil for a sum nmounting to about $05. decreed that just at this time we shall kave nn address of welcome. These versary of his birth in 1859, he was wrought up over n scandal which was unable to ngree upon n verdict. united In marriage to Miss Elizabeth came to light the past week, in which gentlemen nre highly respected citi In the suit of Ch.-.rlinfrcy, who for the past four Robbing against George and Millard zens of tticir respective communities. hnperson, whoedied in 1879. Five M. O. children were the fruit of the union: teen years has been Superintendent pnsswuy, n judgment wns Fish, overfa-n They have, during the past year, servgiven in charged with vor ed you faithfully nnd efficiently and, lames M. Carter and Charles 11. Car of the City Schools, ter, of this city, William Carter, resid- n crime, which if proven in court, is tion of Fish.theThe parties ofto this acpernaps, tne only mistake they hnve live in East End the counmade during their administration hns ing in Missouri, George Carter, who punishable by a term in the State ty. died at 32 a number of vcais aco. and penitentiary. On Wednesday nfter- been the selection of a speaker for The grand jury has been busy this this particular part of the program. a daughter, who died in her infancy. noon Judge V. T. Davis cmpanneled week. Twenty indictments were reHe was the last of n family of nine a special grand jury to investigate turned into court Consider their past services and do before the charges which were pieferred by wns taken, most of them adjournment not juilge them too harshly for this children. for the sale Mr. Carter had been in feeble a young lady, and alter examining of liquor illegally. Most one mistake. of health for several years nnd n month several witnesses the grand jury re cases were ngatnst parties who these "Ladies nnd gentlemen. I see verv have or so ngo he hud u severe speli. lie turned nn Indictment against .Mr. already been tried in the federal little excuse for hnving nn address of grew very much better, however, and Winfrey. Shortly uftcr the indict court und most of the accused welcome upon this occasion. For a arc hundred yenrs. you and vour fathers wns able to go about the house und ment had been returned, Winfrey ap now serving sentences imposed upon and your fnthcrs fathers hnve been wnit on himself. He complained peared in Lourt, und wns released them in Uncle Sam's tribunaL Other coming to Crnh Orchard and you have Tuesday morning of being very weak on $3,000 bond, to appear for trial indictments returned by the grand always been mndc welcome. I sup- but did not take to his bed until on the third day of the Middlcsboro jury were for the following offenses; pose the only reason the Executive about 0 that evening. He remarked Term of Court which begins on the using insulting language to nnother; Committee had for "following this a short while Inter that he believed lith. maintaining a publif nuisance; seducd custom upon this occa- his end wns approaching, and just tion; malicious shootinir without as the clock struck 10 his soul passed Raising Cain In Russell County. sion was that there might be someone wounding; gaming; injurying prop into the lnnd beyond the skies. here who hnd never been to Crab OrA dispatch from Columbia says: erty of another and petit larceny. A long and honorable life was end-e- d Masked men have been at work'in chnrd before. and u good mad had gone to his Russell county, and as u result three "We nppreciate very much indeed, Local Boys Beat Harrodsburg. the honor you hnve done us, the com- lewurd. Muy the splendid example of them are in jail in Jamestown. The Stanford ball team won the of a noble, gentle and spotless life Last Ihursday night Lee Calhoun. pliment you have paid us, in selecting this as the meeting place for your be an inspiration to those who are left Sheriff, and John Munn. Denutv third nnd deciding game of the series convention, nnd I assure you that you behind and who knew and loved good Sheriff, captured some liquor from a of three with Harrodsburg there old "Uncle George," as almost every bootlegger. He wns in the neighbor- Wednesday. The score was G to 2. are very, very welcome. Lephcw pitched sunerb ball, and in "Wo who are fortunate enougll to body nttectionatcly called him. hood, of Albany, Riell county. Thev games against the Mercer the call Crab Orchard our home are very carried it to the home of Erastus boys three held them to ten hits. Un"CENTRAL DIXIE HIGHWAY" proud of our town. Especially are w e Antle, tiie bootlegger escaping. Fri- til thehas proud of the part it has played in the day night seven masked men went to burg seventh inninir. not a Harrods runner got as far as second base early history of th ommonwealth. Movement to Be Set On Foot At the home of Antic nnd demanded the but a Situated as it is, upon the bonier line liquor, and uon beng refused, a fu- - round, couple of safe ones in thnt Somerset Next Wednesday. sent a runner ... between the Blue Grass and the .,, ., silauc of shots followed three of ... fV,0 :i,,j, (UiuillCl across the pan. lllb uuu uiuia Mountains, it has, since the early days Good roads delegates from Lincoln the marauders were wounded, und, by tne .,;fiiii, put Stanford their other score been the Gateway between these two county representing all section of the being' recognized, warrants were is over. Walton, late of the Millers-bur- g great sections of our state and county, will go to Somerset next sued und now ure in jail. While the Military Institute, played a fine alike in the glory of both. If Wednesday, June 9 to attend a Cen shooting, was in progress the door to you would see tho identical gun with tral Dixie Highway Conference which the Magistrate's dwelling was knock- game for Stanford at center." The score: which the famous Indinn chief, will be held there at that time. A big ed down, the mob securing the vvhis-k- Harrodsburg AB R II PO was killed, you must come to delegation from Crab Orchard will Board, 2b . Crtib Orchard to see it. If you be on hand to boost the Bee Lick road, C. Corn, cf . 4001 would see the first brick house built while Wm. Severance will go from Get One of Them. Summers, ss .3 in Kentucky, (built while this was the Stanford Commercial Club, Coun1 4 The Commercial Club has placed on Johnson, p ... still a part of Virginia) you must ty Attorney W. S. Burch to represent 4 sale, 12 drug stores several Sallee, lb .. come along the Old Wilderness Road the Court, and Major A. B. other at the in town a lot andthe pret- L. Johnson, c . 3 hieal 4 places of to Crab Orchard to sec it. If I did Florence and Councilmen E. T. Pence, o 4 .. not know that you are already fa Jr., and S. M. Saufley to neprcscnt ty booklets recently issued showing Black, 3b 0 many of the historical points in Lin- - Coleman, rf miliar with the history of Crab Orch- the city of Stanford. 0 .. 3 coin county, together with a macnifi. !F. Corn, If ard, I could take up all of the hour A dispatch from Somerset said: A 0 .0 nnd a half allotted to me in telling mass meeting has been called for cent view from Hall's Gup. They Alexander, p issued by you of the glory of the davs that were Somerset, June 10, at which time werethe purposethe Commercial Club' total . 4 27 31 9 of letting the out and a still longer time rn painting for plans will be formulated for building for you a picture of the days that are to a "Middle Dixie Highway." The route side world get a be::er idea of this Stanford AB E II PO great county, which is probably the J. Embry, 3b . 5 30 come. 1 " 'Since the memory of man run- would be, starting from Lexington, most historical of any in the State. Cover, lb 5 14 0 through Nicholnsville, Danville, Som- The price of the booklets is 25 cents. Walton, cf .. . 5 2 neth not to the contrary,' Crab Orch- erset, Burnsidc and Jamestown to 0 4 0 ard has been the most famous of the Chattanooga. All or these cities now They ure not sold for the purpose of S. Embry, 2b 0 profit, but to help the Commercial Perkins, c . 4 1 Southern summer and health resorts. lie between the eastern and western 10 Club in its laudable effort to put the Singleton, ss .. .. 4 1 1 The curative values of its waters nre routes, nnd since the middle route known and recognized the world over would be shorter between Lexington county befoie the people in other Noe, rf 0 .4 0 1 and from every state in Jhe union as nnd Chattanooga, it is argued that States and to induce immigration and Shanks, If . .4 0 of various Lephew, p well as from foreign countries have many would want it to use in prefer- business propositions 0 1 .3 come the sick in search of health and ence to the one via v umberlnnd Gap. kinds. 8 27 15 4 they have gone away strengthened Judge R. F. Jasper, of the Pulaski 37 5 Total Raney Mobley, und refreshed to do in a bigger, bet- county Court, and Judge Summary Two-bas- e hits, Lephew, C. E. way the world's work. sacrifice hits, Perkins, Shanks; stolen ter Will Mobley and .Miss Martha S. Chattanooga, are behind thing is best describ- James, of to. "Sometimes a .mDry, rerKins, n .!! Lnm.fi vn.inir rmmio nf oases, J f.mury, the movement. ed by telling what it is not. Now alton, H. Johnson; double Stanford, were married at the home , Lephew. s- - Emory to Hngleton to CorepCrab Orchard has never had the of the bride's parents. Thursday LATEST WAR NEWS. utation of treating its guests as did Board to Sallee; base on balls, President Wilson prepared a note ning by Rev. C. H. Greer, pastor of .Y"! a certain young man in another secthe Methodist church. The groom is'Lephew 1 ; Johnson 1 ; struck out, Lewho invited a young to the German Government which will the son of Mr. nnd Mrs. W. A. Mob- - Ph,ew 7? Johnson 4; hit by pitcher, tion of the state, lady to go driving with him. This be submitted to the Cabinet today, ley while the bride is u daughter of Johnson by Lephew, S. Embry by young fellow was bashful and sat up and, as agrqed upon. The question Mr. and Mrs. T. D. Raney. Both have Johnson; earned runs, Stanford 2, very straight in the buggy. After an is to be put squarely to the German been popular studenrs of the Stanford Harrodsburg, 1; time of game, 1 hr, exhaustive discussion of the weather, Government whether the lives of school, and many friends will wish - minutes; attendance ouu; umpires, of neutrals und of the conversation lagged and they Hocker und Smith. of nations ut war ure to be for them every happiness. durdrove for, perhaps, half an hour ing which neither of them hnd any- placed in jeopardy at sea, and the Local Creamery Breaks Record. Useful Present. thing to say. After a while, the young Imperial Government told that it Fred Bnumnnn, the champion butMarshall C. Newland, circuit clerk "must recognize, as all other nations lady began to cry und my young in this section of Kentucky friend said to her 'My dear Miss do, the obligation to take the usual und candidate to succeed himself, is ter muker giving his friends a useful present in reports that the Stanford Creamery Blank", what is the matter with you? precautions of visit und search." made u record run of butter in the von Ilernstorff will send u the form of a mighty good lead pencil. Have I offended you in any way?' of may, making a 'No,' she said. 'You haven't offended special envoy to Berlin to make clear lie would appreciate it if those who month pounds during that total of period, receive them wctfilu make n note of 0,234 I am so lonesome and nobody it is stated, the sentiments of Amerme, but icans and the purposes of President the fact that he would appreciate nbout 800 pounds more than were loves me nnd my hniuU are so cold.' ever made n any one month in tho 'Now,' said the young fellow, 'you Wilson us revealed in the White their vote in the August primary. history of the local manufactory. A because all House conversation. must not feel lonc-niie- , large proportion of the output of the Rossier Morgan The retaking of Przemysl, which is around you are the beauties of Nalocal plant is shipped to points in ture. Your mother loves you, your the result of a full month s desperate John D. Morgun, who is serving on the mountains and to the cities, and fighting over many miles of difficult the jury here, secured marriage father loves you and' God loves you, such a splendid quality is made thnt country, is considered on nil sides as nnd you can sit on your hands.' Wednesday toived Mrs. Dclphia "That is not the Crab Orchard way one of the great achievements of the Rossier,. n comely widow of the south- there is a healthy demand for it at nil times of doing things. We love you because war. ern end of the county. Mr. Morgun, Coincidental with the fall of Pre-my- who is u widower of 45, is a thrifty you are our neighbors tind friends Constipation Cured Overnight. the new British Minister of Mu- farmer of the Waynesburg section. and vc are glad of an opportunty to tonight A small dose of has benitions, David tell you so. We nre mighty glad you und you enjoy a full, free, easy bowel came to see us today und we vvnnt to gun his campaign for n vastly greatThirty. Six for 25 cents. movement in the morning. No griping, invite you to come back ngnin. Como er supply of wnr mnterial for tho Dr. King's is Podophyllin (May just nny time you feel like it, bring British, French und Belgian soldierse supplied In Now Life Pills are now for d glass bottles, Apple) without the gripe. your knitting and stay for dinner." in the Western war zone. Mr. corrects the cause of Constipaadmitted that the Russians containing 30 sugar coated white pills, for 25c. One pill with ugluss tion by arousing the Liver, increasing had suffered u severe setback, and Gen. Young the German triumph to the of water before retiring is un average tho How of bile. Bile is Nnture'8 The Confederate veternns, in their superior equipment of the German dose. Easy and pleasant to take. antiseptic in the bowels. With proper 25 annual convention ut Richmond, soldieis. Effective and positive in results. amount of bile, digestion in bowels Vn., Gen. Bcnnet II. Young A spectaculnr incident of the war is Cheap und economlcnl to use. Get u is perfect. No gas, no fermentation, commander-in-chie- f of Louisville, no Constipation. Don't be sick, ner to be found in a daring early morn-in- g bottle today, take u dose tonight and decided to hold their next raid by French aeroplanes over your Constipntion will bo relieved In vous, irritable, not u bottle ot t'o- nt Birmingham. Gen. Young was the headquarters of the German the morning. 30 for 25c, ut nil from your druggist now and acon not able to attend tho , of these Crown Prince. Twenty-nin- e cure your Constipation overnight. count of illness. Tho meeting ut aircraft, tho French wnr office states, Richmond was a greut success und dioppeJ 178 shells and several thoutho grand old heroes who wore the sand darts on this well guarded und gray hud tho time of their lives. unnamed section of I'rnnce or Bel THE INTERIOR JOURNAL'S gium, and ninny of the shells are taid This Ballot Ice Cream Supper at Goshen. to have been effective. TRAVEL TOUR AND PRIZE CONTEST Must Be Ail ice cream supper will be given Runaway June, No. 11, Monday t Gohcn on Friday evening, June 12. Voted on or Tho proceeds will go for the benelit night. Before of the Goshen Chiistiiin church. All A Doctor's Prescription for Cough are invited. June 18 An Effective Cough Treatment. Neuralga Pains Stopped. h to one teaspoonful of You don't need to suffer agonizing Dr. King's New Discovery, taken as FOR DISTRICT No., nerve pains in tho face, hend, arm, needed, will soothe and check Coughs shoulders, chest and back. Just apply Colds und the more dangerous Bron Address a few drops of soothing Sloan's Lin chial und Lung Ailments. You cun't iment: lie quietly n few minute. iu' afford to take the risk of serious This Coupon, when neatly cut out and brought or mailed to will get such relief und comfort! Life illness, when so cheap und simple a the Contest Department of the Interior Journal will count for the and tho world wil look blight or. Get remedy us Dr. King's New Discovery person whose nam is written thereon. a bottle today. 3 ounces for 25c, n is obtainable. Go to your Druggist wlth-n.- '' today, get u bottle of Dr. King's New all Druggists. Penetiatca Contestants should clip and save the coupons and get their Discovery, rubbing. start the treatment at friends to do likewise. (Not good after the date above mentioned.) or re lou will be gratlned for tho Ask for Votes Ak for Vote". relief and cure obtained. I nt os time-honoreT y. .4005 a I . eve-Pla'- s- I citi-ize- sl Lloyd-Georg- Lloyd-Georg- well-corke- Do-La- x Good for 50 Votes One-fourt- tjsw rf1Sfhmfy - r' '5 The Interior Journal, Stanford, Kentucky. Friday, June 4, 1915. The Banking Habit Means sound sleep, good digestion, cool judgment and independence. It is good business to become identified with a good bank; to make it a habit to consult with its officers. Cash in bank, with the credit it creates, is the key to opportunity and a reserve against adversity. The Interior Journal W.U.TON JOO A PROMINENT PEOPLE NOW TAKING TANLAC Men and Woman RAUri.KT. Milorn rni.l Manaecta BTUIfTi.Y tit I.V AVK.UI .UIVANCK fflnirf Urittrtit ef the rnatrtfte tloim mftif M.norif a rtnlttr From All Walks of Life Benefitted By the Remedy. Ky., UNDERWEAR I The Interior Journal I, anthnriml t an Isaacs, president of the Tnylor-Isnnc- s noanrr Ihf following ramtltUtr (or nificf. auh- J.rt In Prmnrratlc primary, Ant. ith, 1D1A Drug Co., Louisville, says: "The demand for Tnnlnc has agreefor Virrvil Judge V IIAIIIH.V, of itnrrr Nntjr, ably surprised us. While wo knew CIIAS V FOX. ir llojle Cmitilf Mr. Cooper nnd were nwnre of the or ommnnwfA a .Iffirnn success his preparation had achieved KV I'l'HVKAK, of Ho, I (ninlr- H V KKKNO.V of Vrrrer (Vintr. In other cities of tho country, yet we J H, OWULKV, ,lr, of Mnroln (Jounly, entertained no idea that the medicine t'fif iMirwf.l Vnmniintr would become so popular in such a WJI, y Kl. Mil nf Ksjrtl I'ountj. rourivAi. ASMHWOKiiRxra Louisville, June .1. E. (J, Ur J. K. NKWMN.N, of .Vlm Omljr rfretiil CUtK MAnsnw.i. We invite you to open an account with us. We do not insist on a large beginning. The main thing is to make a start. LINCOLN COUNTY NATIONAL BANK Stanford, Ky "CORNER NEXT TO COURT HOUSE" Capital, $100,000; Surplus $100,100. Resources $520,000.00. W. II. Shanks, Pres. J. B. Paxton, W. M. Bright, Cashier. J. W. Rochester, Asst. Cashier. Vicc-Pres. Tor Hevr'tfntatitt In W (I .kSmno, l.rifitttttirt tioom OXFORDS! OXFORDS! OXFORDS! Judge Kenton charged In n speech nt Winchester that his opponent for the office of circuit judge, Judge J. Ithndes Shackelford, or Richmond, was guilty of malfeasance in office, in thnt he was guilty of charging illegal fees against widow and Infants in the settlement of their estates. Judge Shackelford is going to answer the charge nt Winchester Sat urday and it remains to be fcen whether or not Judge Henton's serious charge can be substantiated, for the Richmond entry will certainly call on him to do so if he is not guilty, and those who know Judge Shackel ford are confident he is nut. The fur is going to fly between the gentlemen and the chances arc 'that somebody will get mad before the race is over. It is a pity that two dignified gentle men seeking such a high office had not started their campaign on n higher plane and each will rcjrret it before the race gets very much further advanced. There is a high school out in Rhode Island that is having u serious squab ble over where it is will hold the commencement exercises in the church or n theatre. It has excited the board of education and the ivnole community has taken a hand in ::, simply because the graduating class is divided on it. The school should have n strong character at its head who could settle such matters. However, it matters little where the "show" will be held as far as getting a crowd is concerned. The pretty girls and free admission will And, and catch 'em as usual, the parents will blow themselves for presents in order that their darling may prove more popular than the other sweet girl graduates. The Winchester Democrat says that when Stanley went there to speak last Saturday he was accompanied by Kenner nnd Edmund Taylor, sons of s Col. E. II. Taylor, Jr., the maker of Old Taylor whisky, of Frankfort, and who is reported to have spent $14,00 to carry Franklin county for Stanley over Beckham last fall. And right here we'll predict that if Stanley is the next governor of Kentucky, there II be none with more influence or prestige to visit the governc 's office than ttiese same lead ing makers of booze. Put that in your pipe and smoke it, you good "temperance" men who propose to vote for the candidate of the liquor interests for governor of Keentucky, for it's as tru as gospel. world-famou- short space of time in Louisville. "Judging from the repeat sales and the expression of satisfaction from those who have nctually tested Tan-- 1 lac and who state that !.ey have bene fitted by the preparation, Tnnlnc must therefore be something of unusual merit. "The class of people who are buy. ing Tanlnc are among the best in tho city, people who nrc able to judge impartially and who carry weight with their statements. short "Within n comparatively space of time wc have sold several thousand dollars worth of Tanlnc. When it is considered that the demand is confined to one preparation, the salo is to be considered unprcccilcnt ed. In fnct, it is the biggest thing of the kind ever seen nt our stores." Tanlnc, the premier preparation, h now on sale in Stanford nt G. L. Penny's drug store. No part of a man's wearing apparel is as much satisfaction when it fits or as annoying when it does not fit as his Underwear. Wc can fit you. We have MUNSING Un ion Suits at $1, $1.50 and $2 in regulars, tails and stouts; sizes as large as 50. We have the Separate Pieces in Poros Knit and Bleached Balbrigan, both shirts and drawers at 25 and 50c The season's newest creations, and we have every style and size. We can show you something new. We have about 200 Men's and Young Men's Suits that we are going to sell at $10 while they last. We bought these at a great baigain. County. The Republican State Central Committee of Kentucky directs that n state convention o dclegateil representatives of the Republican Party of the State of Kentucky to be held in the city of Lxington, Ky on Tues day the lfith day of June, 1015, for the purpose of adopting n platform embodying the principles upon which the Republican Party and its nominees will ask the support of the voters of MAIN Kentucky at the coming November election. The delegates to said State Convention will be selected by n county mass convutton to be held nt the Court House at Stanford, at one Cslsrrb In this sxtl.n rt tl nifW I o'clock p. m.f standard time, on Sat- rounlrr lbnmntf tlwr illc put logritr. ioJ l upwil to be until Ihr lit trtr Jrir ws urday, June l'Jth, 1915. I of grnt nisnj rr doctor Inrurililr The form of voting in said conven- rrinouncnl It a lorsl iliwi. sn-- l irvMrtbeJ tail tion on nil questions shall be viva voce rimnllr., sml bj cotutautlr Itfalling la curr Mlh tntvinbl. kfsl All voters who are entitled to parti- lis. tri'stmrnt, pruniunrtl rwi.tliutlon.l Hclmc to br cipate in the convention at which del and rr"n llrrb 1brrrfrc rniulrv rooflltutltinal trratm.et. Hall t'al.rrh Curr, manufactsrn! bj I'. J. egates were selected to the Republi & Civ thr onlj I'otntltt-tlorta- l Tofali. OMo, can State Convention held in tii i city Cbmrxrur on Itir markrt It U tatrn tnt.rmllj ta from 1" rtropa ti lrawnfnl. It ,a April 10th, l'Jl'J, and those who arc In ) irfarr llrwtlr on now Republicans, nnd those who have tbt aj.trm the bVxl am! mticmi. nnmra Tney orrer on nuniireo iit attained the age of -- I years since any ran It fall, to rurr. &nl fur tlrrulara and said date, shall be entitled to partici- trMlmonlal. . J, rimXF.Y A CO., TbMo, Olio. Addrria pate in the convention to select deleSM by Hmcclit., 73c. gates to the state convention herein Talc Hall's an.ll I'llll fcr cccttlratloo. called. Lincoln county Is entitled to IS) delegates and 19 alternates. Signed, You Here's To the Republican Votera of Lincoln and the clastic scam and ankle drawers at 50c; all sizes, 30 to 50 inches. B. V. D., the standard Nainsook Union Suits, Athletic Styles, Short Legs and No Sleeves, very light in weight, Yttl cool and comfortable, at $1. . We can fit you in underwear. And if your underwear fits, you are comfortable, and let us show you what we have for you. If ui I Call McROBERTS & BAILEY STREET STANFORD, KENTUCKY 4 "CHERRIADE," the .ll.. New Fountain Drink. TO INTRODUCE THIS NEW DRINK WE WILL GIVE WITH EVERY GLASS, A BOX OF CANDY. THE CANDY WILL ONLY LAST A FEW DAYS, SO COME EARLY 5c A GLASS It. L. Davison, Chm. Geo. D. Florence, Sec. What Want Penny's Drug Store, Stanford, THE REXALL STORE Ky. KEEPS THE KIDNEYS WELL The People's tise What Market Place AdverYou Have to Sell r i ROBINSON'S, STANFORD. WHEN YOU PAINT "The Brand That Satisfies " USE H. & W. Pure Prepared Paint DURABLE The city commissioners of Paducah have adopted ordinances providing a penalty of $5 to $25 for the sale of "bad" ecus The egg is something like the Indian. The merjts of either is never known until it is too late to help matter. The good Indian is the dead Indian nnd the "bad" egg is not known until it is prepared for the table. There is no remedy in either case and penalty 0.1 the egg dealer looks like an unjust one. The Climax is trying to get the Richmond barbers to prohibit smoking in their places of business. Might as well start a crusade with the hope of success, against the barber telling you all he knows and then some while he is working on your face. The barber shop is considered u sort of easy, Climax is going to have a hard time making a Sunday school out of it. PROTECTS YOUR BEAUTIFIES PROPERTY Health it Worth Saving, and Dome Stanford People Know How to Save It. Many Stanford people take their lives in their hands by neglecting the kidneys when they know these organs need help. W eak kidneys are retnon sible for a vast amount of sulTcring and ill health the slightest delay is dangerous. Use Doan's Kidney I'ills a remedy that has helped thousands of kidney suilercrs. Here is a Man ford citizen's recommendation. "My back was so sore and painful that it was hard for me to get around for days at a time," says I). C. Dye- house, of Whitley Avenue., Stanford. "I tried everything but didn't seem to get anything that would bring me relief until I got Doan's Kidney I'ills. They proved to be what I needed nnd by the time I had finished three, the pain in my back left and I felt better in every way. Price 50c, at all dealers. Don't simply ask for a kidney remedy get Doan's Kidney Pills the same that Mr. Dychouse had. Fostcr-Milbur- n Co., Props., Duffalo, N. Y. POSTED. John Herzog. Posted Anton Tonn. FOR SALE Fresh Jersey cow and 45-t- f heifer calf. W. A. Tribble. Boys, Get Your LOST Rear license tag Xo. 0101. Reward for return to this ollice. 43tf Wedding Presents at Muellers' Store, Stanford. Jew-elry PALM BEACH SUITS From us and Save Money. Ask for a chance on the Sewing Machine. Free for all. ' L. L. SANDERS, Crab Orchard, Ky. JUST received a new line of dress goods in crepes nnd all knds of sumJ5-1 mer wear. Robinson's. KENTUCKY Red Iierkshire Hoars, ready for service, for sale. R. T. in-t- f Hruce, Stanford. YOUNG Jersey bulls for sale. Ex-trboth in quality and breeding. 13-- lt F. Reid, Danville. a, T. D. NEWLAND Opposite the Court-House, TOBACCO bed for sale. Enough plants to set eight or ten acres. M. S. Haughman, Stanford, Ky. H. & W. Paint works freely under the brush, covers i K There will be preaching at Logan's Creek next Sunday at 7:30 p. m. Everybody invited. The police judge and city mnrshal Rev. D. M. Walker will preach at quarts of McCormack's Christian church Sunof Irvine took forty-od- d confiscated whisky to the suburbs of day afternoon at 3 o'clock. the town and smashed the bottles on Dr. J. A. Trostle went to Pcrryvillc the rocks, while the old topers stood Wednesday to hold a meeting nt the d condition wish- Presbyterian church at that place. around in n ing they had brought along a sponge yesterRev. C. II. Greer rctu-nc- d or two to absorb some of the stuff. day from several days spert at the High grade Paints have the analysis label on each district conference at Urooksville. He A son got a Judgment against a went in the interest of the Sunday can. Demand and accept no of so $3,000 for does not show analysis of its contents. : : : : steamship company for father at sea. School work which he is actively engaged in. burying the body of his Kid. Jncob Gander, of the ReformHe had a ticket and the court SHUGARS' DRUG STORE, STANFORD, KY. the company should have carried said ed church at Greenheim, this county, him will go to licrnstndt, Laurel county, across, dead or alive. tomorrow to assist in the installation of Rev. Ilerlepp as pastor of the Reformed church. At the Methodist church next Sunday the Sunday school will meet at 9:30 a. m., preaching at 10M5 a. m.; Epworth League at 7:00 p. m. Presence of members urged. Everyone most cordially invited. Services will be held at the Rap-tiAlways on Hand. Get Them in Three Times Each church Sunday as follows: Sunday school at 9:30 a. m. Preaching Week.' nt 11:00 a. m.. text, Matt. 18:8: Free- ly ye have received ; rreely give. Eve ning worship nt 7:30, text Matt. 10: The Peace of God to His chil dren. At the Presbyterian Church, Sun Call and Get Some. day, June C, Sunday school at 9:30 a. m.: .Morning worsnip at 1 1 n. m.: Hrotherhood and Missions Study at . 3 o'clock: C. E. Meeting 7 o'clock. Topic "Uody Under Soul on Top." Corinthians, 9:21-2Union Ser- vice nt the Christian church at 7:30. Rev. John G. Ilosshart, will go to East Ilernstadt tomorrow nnd say the Stove Burns Oil Or Gasoline. ceremony that will unite in marriagu Rev. G. L. Iierlepp, pastor of the Reformed church at that place, and Detroit Vapor Stoves Miss Rosa Miller, also of that city. RICHMOND, KY. "Work Like Gas." The marriage will occur at 2 o'clock A TRAINING SCHOOL FOR TEACHERS Simply light the burner and put p. m. On Sinduy morning he will Court trailing to ricrnentary Intermcdlato and Life your cooking on at once jutt like a install Rev. Iierlepp as pastor of the Hule ('ertilimu-Yulid limit Publm School of city gai itove. You have a hot smoke-lei- s church at Hcrnstndt, some ten miles biwelal Courtis and Courses. Tuition fire right from the start. Of all distant. Frio to Appointees. Two lrnilld dormitories, new model school, rew manual training buiMing, practice stoves that we know of as long as we school, ieiiartiucnt ol nuncullutv. a villi r(iuitied To Sleep Well in Summer. have been In business, we believe the KHefiftd f.viiinui Imil. Iltttiifiatln ...i.i.v. 1(ct 'r..i I.....!... Slight inflammation of the bron " (frond Term ...a. iifi irrcui "DETROIT VAPOR" stovo the best 7, tembvr jovem'jer 10, Tlilnl Term made. We invite you to call at our chial tubes causes a distressing cough January 2.1 Aprils, feuminrrtichooi uncus Foley's store to see them and we will give and makes sleep impossible. June H, lu(alo(fiie reo, j (j. nuuiiu, l'rr.ljfU. you an Illustrated booklet describing Honey and Tar Compound stops that annoying tickling und relieves the these stoves in full detail. racking, tiring cough. Good for nil coughn, colds, croup nnd bronchial afBRING YOUR JOB PRINTING TO I. J. fections. Sold everywhere. half-daze- surface thoroly to stay covered, also leaves an attractive appearance. Never use cheap Paint (the Best is always cheapest in the end) therefore ask your dealer for H. & W. Pure Prepared Paint and accept no substitute. News of the Churches. Rev. C. II. Greer will preach place, and the Neal's Creek at 2:30 p. m. next at side. Josh Jones, Stanford, Ten young cows with calves by R. F. D. 388tf. No. 2. Wants to Sell You a W. J. Oliver Plow. A Plow that is O. K. Also Your Good Fresh Garden Seed. FOR SALE Eli Hay press in first class condition. Will sell reasonable. Address Albert Schuler, Wayncsburg, 41-R. F. D. No. 1. LOST or was taken by mistake from rack on last day oi schoul, a boy's raincoat, reward for return to Fred Ilaumann, at Creamery 14-l- p FOR SALE or trade One Sears- Roebuck auto buggy, in good shape, will sell cheap or trade for n good horse. Masters & Uowyer, McKinncy 45-- 2 Ky. i Go To Farris' For Your brand Paint that a. s. prTce DENTIST Office ' Hours, C to 4 o'clock Over Shugar's Drug I Store Garden Tools and Seeds.... Great Variety And Prices Right. Fresh Vegetables st desire to hell it is in nrst- class condition and can be bought u a bargain if taken at once. See it nt Anderson's Garage and call on me for the price and other paiticulnrs. J. 4utt tcey, Stanford. AUTO FOR SALE my ronl automobile, CLEANING AND PRESSING We clean palm Reach Suits for 50c. Wo clean Palm Reach Suits for liOc: we clean everything but reputations; wn wmkVi I'ViTVtlilm' but tho bahv. Cnll for and deliver all work. Stew art Carson und llryan Perkins. W U. liuilding, pnone uuuu. Best of Fruits of Various Kinds. 12-1- 3: TENNIS AND OUTING SHOES For Men. Ladies and Children. W. E. PERKINS Crab Orchard Kentucky B. Campbell. Stanford. 7. fclPfe) Ken-uuk- c $15.00 Reward Offered. I offer u re'Vfid of 815.00 for tho detection and conviction of the par. ties stealing fence posts stacked in my yard, stealing rails out of my fences or any tiling on, or ueionging to this Place, cutting or peeling trees. or any depredations whatever. I notify all parties that there is no pass way through my place hereafter. Any one not heeding this warning will be prosecuted to tho fulled extent of 41-- 2 tho law. W. M. Howes, J. C. M'CIary aaaaHaaarS2aaVal W5 J. L. Beazley & Co.. HARRY JACOBS Manufacturers nnd Dealers in -- THE W. H. HIGGINS. UNDERTAKER AND EMBALMER Oriclnal Designs and Prompt Service Guaranteed Quality Connections Matting, Ruqs. FurniFurniture at all Granite and Marble Quarries. UNDERTAKER AND EMIALMEI ture Exchanged fer all Kindt Office and Works on Cemetery Hill. Office Phone 167. Heme Phene Of Stick. X phone 1G4 Closed on Saturdays PHONE 42 STANFORD. KY. KENTUCKY BTFQRD, KENTUCKY. i STANFORD i High Class Monuments. Vm . ni,n)iii mi j '"' - . st iaw ttnii. w.a,j)i,i ) ilir - "T" ' gate9nVMMsuBjBMSMa .' t,.w r .t kwtu.Uiw4 Hub hijiudi.i laatiitMlnf nJn itia. Ulrn i . BBBBBIBHHWPBPWW5?TJSIiT7wrIiT h"vi.''sii ip'aflaVto4ktaaMtV .1 sVj. ;MUMWyi'5MWWi .., A (k II Eight Pages Today k Established 1 860. 56th Year. No. 44 The Interior Journal Stanford, Lincoln County, Kentucky, Friday, June 4, 1915. Powell, UiiM.il. I, (I 1 SECOND SECTION a 3 1 Tuesdays and Fridays T Annual Financial Statement of Lincoln County, Kentucky In compllnncc with the law requiring the i'IfciiI Court to cnuo to ho published onco ench year it Htntement allowing tho finnnclnl condition of tho county, together with the mnnncr nil public moneys hnvo been expended, to whom pnld, for what purpose, the nnld court directed tho clerk to prepare mid have published Mich ntntcmcnt ghowlng bucIi condition on April Totnl of Tnxnhlc property na fixed hy tho hoard of Kqualization for the year, 101 $7,020,871,00 rroperiy omiucti iiy n?scsor anu nsicu oy 84, 1GM.00 tho county clerk Tangible Tax 1 p i 1st, 11)15. 7,061,030.00 Same (Itichmond Krancli) C. N. O. k T. P. It. It. Cc I,. & N. It. It. Co. (Lebanon Kronen) (540,010.00 428,951.00 22,700.00 000,003.00 314,030.00 02,871.00 10,001.00 0,000.00 800.00 20,000.00 5,230.00 10,750.00 Same (Itichmond Kranch) Southern Kxprcits Co. Cumberland Toleyrrnph & Telephone Co American Telegraph & Telephone Co SUinford Water. I.lirlit Ice Co Hustonville Telephone Co WeMcrn Union Telegraph Co Pullmnn Co. Lincoln County llantt T The Nntionnl Kank of Hustonville People's Ilnnk of Hustonville, Ky . Hank of Morcland, Ky. McKlnney Deposit Kank Lincoln County Nntionnl Kank, Stunford, Ky. First National Kank of Stanford, Ky Crab Orchard Kankinir Co. rranchtia Tax C. N. O. & T. P. It. It. Co I.. & N. It. It. Co. (Lebanon Krnnch) Kinney Jdke . Huulhern Tent nnd Awning Co HlngMnn, II A, 20 rod. gravil aprrait i.n Stanford and Waynra- burg l.lOO.GGl.OO Hingletnn, 8keMaurlie. 10 rod. gravel. Klnraville an8 l'ntnt 8k Hame, 10 tod gravel, See I, on wnn plkea 1,520 50 Hame, 2,1 '.i riHla rrn.he.1 Mone and 288 00 work on bridges, lie Hmllh. . (., 21 rmla alone, McKinney and Tiirneraville pike .. .. 2IO00 V. Hampenn. A work en eru.bir 200 Smith. Zora. 2 Inada gravel on Me. M H, ditrbing lliprrton, HiMi, work on mrapr lloiilt, II r. , 2 load, atone HifTe, ,1 I, MiKte, work on rarioua limit Jl verla Iniitilmg aliartiening rradir, etc mm rite cul . 2 00 101 15 Bon 1 so 4 00 Ilunii P ripairing snf.rrt Pi nee. K T, ,lr lumlier for pike Jamea. Win. 4 dava grading llr itril Hay, I ilaya aa engineer r'l.lda. W if, 9 3 I days Wauling on pike Wi-aJ W , repairing brldgea Carton, V A , 4 daya time keeping llerkey, C C . 3 I 2 daya hauling water on pike Hi la nry, John 112 daya ahoveling on Mke . . lol no (I 2 00 8 nnbra lolhir J 00 or. bra ,( Corking ft True furnUMutummun,, nrdrra ders ,1 - gieutt on goodt on gmids on 20 25 2 50 II. furni.hilig F, futnlihlne 175 50 213.00 10 50 pile .. Hlfigleton, See 2, Hatna. 10 ruda gravel, See 1, Kings- ville and llunean pike . V M , liklng after and Tlnidey, hauling tumlier and n pairing culvert Hame, hauling and apreading lo roda gravel, Kitigavllle and lluneati pike M , . V ... . 8,122.00 57,505.00 20,500.00 11,001.00 11,851.00 157,201.00 1,117,814.00 apreading Ifada gravel Tinker, J A., repairing 3 eulverta Camden, Ham, 3 days plowing on pike .. . . per day at Camden. Claude, 2 ilaya wurk on pike I 111 00,201.00 12,020.00 12,520.00 at llii.tonrille Walker, W (), i:i,3H0 fut lumber at $2 25 . . Champion llrldge Co, payment nti brldgi . . .. .. Helm, J K , 8 I 3 ilaya' committie work on pikea PWda. W it . 33 I 3 daya' contmlilie wurk 375,109.00 tlaily. on ikea Jaa. r.. committee pikea. $9,051,712.00 Cnmd.n. .1. M , committee pikea IlifTe, Hmllh. Kd. I dava wurk . Itiffe, J. I.. MrKee, balance on brldgo IL WnyneshurK State Kank & Deposit Kank Trust Co, Stanford, Ky. 30,551.00 I'etrey. work on pikea 13 Simon, daya committee work on work on If Total Taxable Property Thr following it amount of Fund in the Treasury Court House Sinking Fund 4 10.97 Court House Coupon Account ... 1,448.49 (icncrnl Kxpenso Account 058.08 Main Account 022.78 Public Itoad Account 027.52 Turnpike Sinking Fund Account 2,409.08 Turnpike Coupon Account 470.10 Vital Statistics Account 103.45 Tax on $9,054,712.00 at 50c on each 100. .. 48,273.30 4,527 Tithes Listed by Assessor nnd County Clerk nt $1.50 0,790.50 Tax on Whiskey Withdrawal 08.00 Poll Tn- - collt-Urt- i by County Clerk 13.50 Claims allowed and not called for Total Iteccipts Diiliuricmrnli Ky Me on Ky 50c on .1. I,. MeKie. engine r, to pur- concrete forma . Camden, Sam. 10 roda gravel, He 0, Stanford and Wayneaburc pike IVnninctmi, K. I., Oil, tte. for pike I'ayne, (lib, 1 1 2 daya' work Snuoflamore. A .1,1 daya hauling ebaae 7,377.07 55,215.30 033.13 $ ..... 1 55,878.19 $12,538.00 Property KxnnernteJ by County Court ii 09 Ky 50c on $51,815.00 Property Sold State and County 259 22 Ky Amount Dirt Itoad CInims Allowed"".!!'" 9.21203 Ky Merchants Claims Allowed 4,302!58 Ky Miscellaneous Claims Allowed . in 88 85 Ky Turnpike CInims Allowed 17 893'l3 Ky Vital Statistics Claims Allowed '33813 Ky 1.420 Delinquent Polls, less $213.00 .. . 1,0"000 Ky Sheriff's Commission for Collecting Levy 2,87405 Ky Interest on Outstanding Turnpike IlontU 500.00 Ky Interest mi Outstanding Court House "on's 1 300 00 Ky Interest Paid on CInims Past Due .! '27300 Ky Turnpike Konds Itedeemed 3 ' 000 00 ' Totnl Disbursements Amount of Fund in Treasury, April lit, 1915. Court-Hous- e Hinkim. Fim.l Coupon Account General Kxpcnse Account . ... Main Account Public Itoad Account !!..!!! Court-Hous- e Poor-Hous- Ky 50c on 118,111.4 Delinquent Property 2S.H72.0U Duplicated Property.. 92.22 199.30 man) .lltn. 5 1 2 ilaya' grading Iteailry. Allen, 2 1 2 dava' work MrCarli). Wm , 0 daya aa englmer lllirditl. H li 2 data' banbns Keld, J O. inarlilnrry SimpMin. A. V, rrpairlng erii.ber and engine .lamea. Win, work aa engineer llryant. ttevmoiid, work aa rngimer MrCarley W' It , work aa engineer Itraiky, Allen, 2 daya' work engineer llrrkiy. c , 2 12 daya' hauling. Jami-a- , .lint, grading and ruling .lamea, MrCarley, W HirKechnle, II I,, 3 da), work McKinney, Walter and John, 2 1 I cxceM gravil I'uke, .1. S , cihiI for grail.r Itruee, I M . 2 daya' ai rvirea llryant, Iteymond, 2 daya work (fire- ... 5C.182.4G 1,227.55 1,178.38 1,109.81 Account Turnpiko Sinking Fund Account Turnpike Coupon Account Vital Statistics Account o ...... "!!!' !! 1,592.14 841.28 411.52 234.75 289.39 142.70 (lerke), Curt, work m pike ftryjmt, IteymomL work aa engineer Some, work a. ingtneer Jalma. Jim, work aa tngineer ilerke), (;nrt, work on pike llneker, 1'vk. CMiLmg llryattt. Iteimotid, work on pike MeCarley, W It . work on ,lke. W'eat, .1 W , hauling on pike .. . Hawi. hauling MrCarley. W It . 3 da).' work llerkey, C C , 5 I 2 daya hauling . Ilerkey, Sam, 5 1 2 da)a work tame. Jim, 5 12 da)a' wnrk Jalnea, It I, , 5 1 2 daya' ditrbllig MrC'arlev, W m . 5 I 2 daya' ditching llryant. tteainend. 3 data with engine .lamea. Win ,412 daya' ..irk Carton, W A, tlmekieer lloeker, Itiehard, ciH.king for turn pike band. Ilreer. J 11.. ripaira to lunrhiner llryant. Iteymond, 4 day. and 9 houra work .lamea. Jim, 3 daya and 0 vie. work Jame. W'tn. 3 daya and 9 12 houra work Jamea. II I. . 3 daya and 1 br work llitrker, Itiehard. 4 dava cuokmg Cacon, W A. 4 ilala' (' e seeping lerkey, Cnt. 4 da), ban', g U'a.b. J W. 3 12 da), hauling MrCarlrt W It 3 da), work I'adgett. .Monro, bat on excea. gravel MrCarley. W It, Kngincr work Respectfully submitted. ' G. B. COOPER, CUrk Lincoln County i. TI'KNPIKr: CLAIMS 11.11.)'. J It. hauling ami work., f go 00 Ofab Orchard Hanking V, assignee, finl and llanrille pike putting In bridges and rulieru.. 10 :i 211 (ame. 8 rol alone, 1 llaurille vnd Same, Sauting Imnlvr, etc . Stanford ruLe. Ke 111 Hatiw. kml.r and ttsatllng . . . rod. tune. is IS Same. lsV- - pile. Si-- I Stanford nnd SVmerart diode. W It. 10 daya' hauling .n.l tpreaJIng gravel . is no Ham., K roda a'one. sianford and 1 l.aneaider pike, Name, 282 feet nce.a gravel (1911) Same, 2 rul Hone,St Cut o r'ke.. at 42e er yard 3i 1'u'Miue euUert on Klnr. Julm. apreudlaig 171 yd. cravd "".".'." (I.11 piVe ll.ll' at 12 I Jr. and repairing bridge in 37 Irfiyrll, i hauling road gradrr. M.wy Jear. li daya battling gravel is 00 ele. Mnntgontery, John. 3 daya' hauling gravel 7 so Same ditrliinc. uienlng ruhrrta, ilc. Morgan. II , wort am: runner Pollard, Jarl, trrli lic gravrl, 125 Mi.M-r-, J J . roal furnithrd llnad En)d gravel, at 13c pr yd 111.25 gineer , at, Smith. O 21 2S Moore. C daa hauling gratel A , repairing Knob l.irk Swelhy, Isaac, hauling and tprtadlng bridge gravei 21 00 Murplir, Kdiiiiind, liimWr fur pike F M , furtuthing cmuta on ur War. d.ra W It (lile tor Irand. . 1S7S .Suni.ill.i. A. T, r.wk and tiauling on pike Iraybir. K C . cleaning out dilrh and l'r..loii. repairing ingine. MVr culvert uli lloahcn 10 00 I'arMuia . . Ilealley, 1 I. . 1 H months atorugr 1'itinan Mo.e, dttrliing an raiting mi rall.r. c4c 1150 culvert Kail.. K D . Indfr riMiir. till JJViland. JfiHph. 2.1150 feei lumber .ndratHi, W M . iKitlltiaT in ruhrrta J. A putting in rulrrrt 3 00 Itobinaou, Htanfnrd and Oll.nlit'lw M.t . oil pike Haitiw, t& rMl ktnf, ManiHrd and illr at flOIHI T r.id 150.00 llilTe. .1 lt MrKev, apprupriatiun for bridge Allvn. jMhn . . ItimUr, l.y K II IH i'iO Srotl, F II, fiirni.liing and hauling PtHBlnctull. ittglltrvr hill., ele II t1.. S 1 5 rod ktonrAitU.rkttii. I: , 12 PrarKtr.vill ta 2120 Trajlur. IraniV and 2 day r. pairing nil trrt, Hmmmp. t1 t , Ift rod. Kratvl. tlnabll hand. Hame. haulme and repairing euleerta H I likv. S.5t I ndiroood. W II , work, hauling and rlanir. 10 rod. crar.l, ll.hrii pike. ditching 9 15.00 hrr 1 Walla. K (1. 51 luadi and 25 luada rlaiur, A ruda sraii'l, lln.liru t.ikr, gravel, ele 25 00 3.. I V Adauia, l II, lliHinr, (' . Ill rnd. Mimic Mallford 13 emit atone! pnad mi pike at 8 110 ier rod . and llttriiliclm nkr. .St 110.00 Iliirdeii, H I... retialring mltrrla on llalley, J It , hauling. .lifrhlnjE and DaliTllle and Slnnford pike icradine 35 00 Haiiir. hauliriie, ditchiiiK mia1 cradini; 35 00 lluiiglimau, Henry A. Juuea. 1,072 ft. lumber S riMU gravl (.an- IturtrU. iibii.i. ft C'u i 12.00 llaugbman, .1. .hnuae , roal for pikra ra.lerA, and tlarraril leailry, J. I.., fur niarliinerr .Hinc. Vi riida cravrl, rVc 7. htanfurd and Wa)ii..turic plkt 72 00 llurloii.-- .1 M . luinlirr and eual (1 llaiigb. putting In rulrrrta, Hime I'i riMl. icratrl, Hr 4.. Ktan work and luiiiUr (urd anil Va)lli'turc plki Wil.00 lelle, tlua, 10 roda atone. Crab Or 4 , Mini H.nii-- . lo ruda nr.l. 8v ruaril anil l.aura.trr pike GO 00 furd and Wayni'.liurie pike . Carpenter. A V, work, W I.. 13 rmla iiratil, ManI'urdi-- r. grading. itr uti Hike furd A Prtat lirr.villf pike, Src J IS 75 Same, . hauling, dilrhikg and wurk nil .mo da)'a hurk lihti,, t'a.tte., 1.00 pike V W . wnrk mi pike t'ariM-nUr29.00 Cordier, V. I. . 10 rod. granl. .pread Cullitr, J. II , matrrial liiriii.liid va 011 t'ut to? pike rliitia plkra 71 SO Dunn, (' ; , repair, mi engine and Willii-ra- . W II. 'JO nula .Iiiiip Hluiiwagon turd and lliutunville pikr, K..1 I 203 00 Dye, ..'antra, 1110 feel lumber al $1 So 3 (III Kdward., II V . Hill, for bridp l!ullii, tliiu,11 liimlM-r- , wurk and naila 45.00 Ullddrrar, .1 T, 2 ruda einaa male. rial Stanford and Waynetburg pike , malirial (ur plkia, l.y I'arri., Ilru Ilainroii, (I l. 25 rod. gratel, M- i211 S t rniiln. r Kinney and Culley'a Mill pike Urn, I da)a haulinic and two rerrill. II putting in bridge un liamU 4 110 Damille and llu.luiitllle pike . II 00 Hamr. dilililnic and lUatiiiig vulrrrta Satui, wurk and nail, mi lirtdr . ISO tlelile (lua, 12 rod. .lone, Stanford ami Preacher. ville pike IVild., W'alt.r, repairing i.ri.. 14825 (jerkee, C c , 370 fret lumUr UiMMlr, W. H. 4'i luada gratel, rec Mat 1, Sou ll r'urk plkr 30.00 (iood, Ituad V blue Co, repalra lloH-li, 11 T. roda m? 47 f.it Hatne, 3S luudk gravil, Hrc 'J. Niulh gravel r'urk iilkc 20 35 name, 5 llu.titnville A hlaufurd pike ruda and 50 fit! gravel, tliMich, tlu. F. ilitrliing, liauhng. rtc. IV 25 lluatiunllle and pike haiur, 1 I 3 roda gra.rl 1111 JUKIli' nry and Turnrr.villi pikf . 107 33 Saute, 3110 fill lumber at (2 00 .1 JliMirli, T, bridge, at MrKliiney iri'aj uh Hamr, 3H luaiU gruvrl, u bad. rock Huuth r'urk pikv, Nc 2 . 32.00 IIimnIi, .Inn. Helm, J K. work un bridge . Saliu-- . II mda and ISU 7 ri (rrt .Inns llullirlaw, II, 1 MrKinnry and t'uirfy'a Mill pikr, 1820 feet lumlwr at (2.SO H.-at VII IS prr rod.. . . 1115 41 --', 10 55 lluini S. Coffey, titeiug by A. V Car lull & CurtYy. tilling, ky rniiliirrr Ix'iiler for pike Wnland, Jutrph, 1,:I5( (rtl luiiiUr . 33.75 Joii.a, Cirua. 211 roda gravel. Stanford 1'itri'), H1111011, I'i daya aMUtiug riiand llllriiheliii pike glnrrr Ou.00 Saute. 10 ruda alone, Stanford and Ot llu.liinullf Mill Co. furnbliliig roal 18.00 I.) tenbeliu pike lo ruad fnginrvr H una, C H., 218 louda gravil. apread Krunrdy, II. V , roal (urniili.d rugi- frnni Mr. Whlte'a to Jlile co. Iina A 70 nnr . Haiur, 0.00 Hame, 13 load, flout Jlra. Whlle'a to llawkina llranrli Iing, U C , rrnuirliif, duelling and V J , repairing bridge pKiving 8.50 Muiiiguuiery, Muiiigoutrry. Carey, fur looking after King, K. U, 3,'ill frrt lumber, at and counting loada of gravel 73 10 V V. 21 roda and 1(11 I.uak, 0. II , wurk on pike .. .. 1.50 Montgomery, feel atone McKinney and Ml Haleui Wltnrra. V O, 21 2:i roda alone pik 205. 1U hitaniurd and Knob I.iik pike. MUluwan, (Irurge, 27 roda gravel auie. 10 rod alone. HeC. I, Mian lord 115.00 Same. 20 ruda gravel. Hec. 2, Stalland Knob I. Ilk pike fiird and Knob l.irk pike . 12 Toda alone. Hee 1, HlnHam. 121.00 Muter, Win , hauling gravel, lumber, ford and Huitonv.U pike -..- ..-.... etc . Haue. 3 roda alone, Ktaiilord and 34.50 Hame, hauling and anreadiag 308 Knob I.iik pike load! gravel (1013) roda alone, Hec. 1, Same, 111 pMifille and Hualonville pike. 174.32 Hame, re pairing bridge Mct'ormaek, Win , 48 loada gravel .... Wllhera. V. 0., 0 6 0 roda alone, Hec. 108.15 Uaaary, J 1., 25 roda gravel, Me- 1, Btanford anil. Knob l.ltk uike.... Kinney and John Murphy pile Haute, 7 ruda atone, Ht. 1, llualou- vllhj plk 11.89 Oriilr, (Jui, pik contract ... . 115 00 Haute, pike ruulrart 10 roda .tone, hnob l.irk pik Hame. l'hillipa Urol., laud by road engineer Name, 10 I 3 rudi atont, Bee. 1, Staa- - llryant, Itcyisi.nd, 0 da).' work lamea, Jim, li di)a running gradir (leikev. Kirt, r. .1.).' hauling . lamea, Win , 0 daya' ditrbing Utile. Ilertlia, O da)a' ditehing Cnnoely. Win. r. daya' ditt- and repairing bridge Court Hurler. Itiehard, it daya' eiM.king WA ('aron timekeeping Writ, .1 W . 3 1 2 dava' haulm? Jamea, W'm . I daya and 0 liuura wurk (ilitrliing) 10C 12 latae., It I... 3 daya and 8 hnttri dilrhing f2 It, lamea, Jim, 3 daya and li huura 20.1.50 It. 2 ilaya' work .' If u Cnrmily, W'm, 3 dava and 8 liuura .. wurk 82 70 SO CIS Oerkos. C ('. .1 daya and H houra wurk (hauling) lOirkir. link, 87.50 CarMoi, W A . 3 4 daya' cuokmg daya and 3 hours wurk . .. 3.50 data hauling 3S.0O We.i. J W, I llryant. Iteymond. 3 daya work at 13 57 engineer MrCnrlev. W It., work 1'ield., Wm ,512 ib) a hauling n no M.Cilr), Vui 4 daya and b hours ditching 5.8S Stewart., Itey, 5 da) a and II no.iri ditihing 294.00 We.l. J W , 2 data hauling 5 25 Lincoln Oarage Co . oil. etc. MiCarle). W It., repairing p.k llr)ant, Ita), repairing pikea 4 15 S9.00 Jam, a. Win . repairing pikea . lamea. Jim, repairing pike . 10 00 Oerkey, C C, repairing pile Carton, W A , repairing pike 80O (10 it lie. .1 S , freight on tent, llryant, Hay, 5 da it with i ugine 2 1.00 Jnmea. Win, 5 da)a and 9 houra ditihing .. . 2.(10 Jamea. Jim, 5 da)a and 9 ?umri grading 30 92 hauling and work. (lerkey, C .1.110 Carton, W. A., 5 daya time keening (liMxIe, J. It., 1 1 houra ditching . itjya work 47.40 MrCarley, W It. 3 1 with engine '., 3 I 2 daya with wagun 118.47 Wett. J and team 1 50 Parrith. John, wuik un rru.ber ... Ilunii. A 1'., 1 2 3 da)a hauling wurk I, 320.58 Curton, W. A., nmelcper 14 OO .laiiirt. Win, n pairing pile 2 50 (lirkey C l , uauiiiig ana t.lke 41 25 Hoant, Hay, work un pike. ... . n pairing r, .... ... f, 11.02 ItiMker. IMek. emiklng fur pike Mi Carlo. W It. 4 daya .Inching.. Illauken.hlp. fount, 1 da) ditihing ID!) 00 lllirditl. S I., hauling, etc. . 151(10 MiCarley. W. It., repairing pike llurih'il. S I., repairing brul;o n. I.ancatter pike . , (1.88 Jainet, Win. ri pairing pike 45.00 (lerkey, C 0 hauling un pike llryant, Kay, 5 1 2 dj)a work on pike 2.50 Klu)d, Jitte. (I da)a cooking for pike hauda 7.35 W A Carton. 5 day 17 50 lllankenthip. fount, 2 dayt ditihing 180 25 Seleratlie, (leu., 2 da)a dill lllltg l'ajne. W A. 2 12 da)t dilrhing Kdwardt, (1 W. work on pile 5.110 (lamer, C C, 2 dajt ditihing 401 00 Price, John, repairing gradi r.. . Jamea, Jim, rip tiring pile H 70 10.00 llryant. Hay, rtpuiriug pile J a nut, W'm, ripviring pike . , time keeping 37.00 Carton, W lllirditl, H I., 4 da) a hauling l'lo)d, .leta. 5 daya looking for pike 29 70 band. 1100 8 55 MiCarley. W A . 4 duya we, a with engine and rulh r 11 25 3.25 (iirley, C C, wurk and hauling Severame, (leo . 3 daya and 4 houra ditching . .. . 45 50 A , 1 I! da). diKhing Payiu, -22.80 lllirditl, S 1.. 2 12 day. hauling Withera. W. U, work ou cruiher.MM Wett, J W , I 1 2 daya hauling.. OU.Oa Mi Carl.), W It, 2 12 daya wurk with ingine 85.00 Jfcluea. Win, 5 12 daya diuhing. 103.50 llryant, Itay, hauling u. i .eurk on llallard, W T. 5 12 data wurk. 8.50 (lerkey. 1 1. wurk or aalf and oilier . .. hand. 1.25 Carton, W. A , 5 12 daya time keep-luon pske Ir'luyd, Jeate. 5 12 daya vaoking for pike handa 228 US w. .4. 147.15 Klaui. C. I'.. 2 12 daya ditihing Payne, I'hai. (', 3 days duelling 120.00 llallard, W. P., work for aelf and hand ou pike 50,10 Mklua. Prank, I day and V houra dilrhing 187.50 Jamea, Win., repairing pike llerkey, t). O., repainug pike 2.00 4.80 llryant. Itay, work on pike llallard, W. P wurk ou plke 0.1.00 Floyd, Jeate, wurk on pike 274.55 Carton, W. A., tune keeper on pike 49 45 Put, Jeaae, 3,098 feet lumber for pik 7.30 UcCarh-y- , W. It, work oa ik -- . .. 13. on Jamea, W'm., 4 12 daya tlmr'llnx on pike I 2.00 llerkey, C C, 4 2 daya tliovellng. on 40 00 Floyd, pike, etc Jeate, 112 daya .hoveling on .... pike I days 14100 P.llintl, Alliert, 4 4 12 2daya asrooking . engineer llryant, Hay, 5 daya lime keeping. .. 0S.50 Carton, W. A work llryant, Itay, at engineer .. ... (lerkry, C C , haulctig water 02.50 Jamea, W'm , running grader .. .. .hoveling 5 15 Fluid, Jrttr, Dilatiey, .lotiti, tliovellng .. .. lloeker, Itiehard, rooking far pike handa 05.00 Carton, W. A, llme-ke- i ping Ilrnre, t M, running grader 00.00 Durham, K 1), work on pike., Kay, 3 0O llryant, Wm , running grader .. 0.00 Jamea, C. C, work on pike woik on pike (lerkey. ( arton, keening .. 9 00 llughea, W. A, lime pile Kd, work on 2 SO Fluid. Jette, work on pike 1 25 lloeker, Itiehard, rooking for pike lianila 212.00 Ilruce. I.. M , running gee... r, etc. . I)c, ' C. repairing grad.r 17125 Ituuten, Peyton, wurk on pike Floyd, work on pike 100.00 Camden, Alva, work on pike.. . Padgitl, . Jamea, Wm , work on pike . . 100.00 Ilocit r, Itick. rooking .. . (l.rkiy, C C . hauling water 100.00 Floyd, Jet.e, turnpike work . ,. ... llryant. running engine 39 00 Carton, Itay, A, timekeeping W work r.ooo MeJerltch,K Cloyd,work onon pike . pike I'urham, II, . Montgomiry, Win, work un pike. 10O.00 Young, llreeti, work on pike .. ... . llaugh, Hen, work on pike H 190 00 Fieldt. W M . hauling water for pike 00 OO Jamea ft Pollard, furnithing . engine, .. etc 79.00 10.2S llryant. Itay. running tngine 10.00 1 SO (lirkey, C. C, hauling water 16.00 2 00 lloeker. Hick, cooking for handa.. 1 90 H 3.00 Montgomery, Win , abovehng .. M 2 00 . Itailev, Itiehard, .hoveling on pile 2.80 21 80 Floyd, Jeaae, .hoveling on pile .. .. 1 30 s no lerkey. Itvy, .hoveling on 1.30 5.00 Caraoii, W A, timekeeping pike pike on 10 05 6 00 tlauia. Willka. 4 daya wurk on pike 3 00 Hick, euoking 2.25 8.15 lloeker. Alliert, 5ji daya for hand... pike on Klliott, 0.85 5 00 Wett, .1 W, wurk on work . . pike 41.15 12 on Floyd, K It., work on pike 7 NO .... ... 0.00 Itryant, Hay, pvork on pike.. .. ... 20.05 80.23 (lerkey. Hoy, work on pike.. . ........ 15.45 31.60 (lerkey, C work on pike 9 75 Floyd, Jette,C,work un pike .. ..... . 13.40 12 93 IRittin. Kenley. work on pike.. - ... C.9D OO 3. IltHker. Dick, cooking for pike handa 5 25 Curtult, W A , time lei ping.. 18.80 4.00 Ilunn. Wm . work on pile.. . M ... 1.30 7 50 ( appa, Weaiey, work on pike.. 1 95 ... 13 IS Jainet, Win , work ol pike I. So M 0 75 2.S0 damt, Willia, work on pike 12 00 Hale, llilley, wrk on pike 8. (i.75 1.2S Adantt. Win. wurk ten pile H.2fi 1.S7 llaugh, Albert, wurk on pike 1 7 15 Iirell, C W.. hauling and dtUhing in so on pike 27.00 3 OO llryant. Itay. running tngine un pik 11.00 11 (M) 8 28 .. M .lunot. Win, work on pike 10 Oil Traylur, Wm, work on pike.. .. .. .05 13 SO Hurler, licl, rooking for hand... . H 2.26 9 00 Floyd. K It., work on pike 7.IS 75 Floyd, Jeate, wruk un pike 0 7.15 10.50 (lerkey, C C, work on pile 10.50 4 12 Ilruce, I M , work and g 0 00 8 25 l.)lle, KoU-rt- . work on pike 3.00 M 7 15 Love. t,l . wrok on pike SIO 7 15 limit, (leo . work on pike .. H 150 8J.O llilm, Wm , work un pile M. 1.50 0.75 Logan, Ju 1 50 work on pike 10.50 Ilunn. A 1 , wurk on pike 9 00 Cartun, W A, tune ke, ping- - .,,., .. 9.00 3 00 Hill, A, wurk un pile 3 00 ... 14.20 Petintnan, Tallwrt, wurk ou 1 50 1.50 llilm. Wm, work on pike.. ........ 7 80 llryant. Hay. wurk on pile.. 5.8(1 . IManey. John, work on pile. 1.95 w... lloeker. Dick, rooking fur pike handi .85 5 95 Jumet, Wm , work un pike. . .. . 4 50 4 03 Fluyd, K It, wurk un pike 3.25 2 00 Pluyd, Jette, wurk un pike 3.25 0.00 (lerliy. ' work on pike.. ... 7.50 12 110 Lewi., Wm work on pike. ... ... 1.50 9 OO Ilruce, I M , time kiepiug on pile ... 4.50 0 75 Hantfiird. Furitt, wurk un pile... .. 4.SO 12 40 Lytic, Hotiert. work on pile. .... . 4 50 4 50 Iive, Wm , wurk on pike ....,..... 4 5) 12 OO Carton, W. A., 3 00 timektelor 9 III) Ilunn, A P.. hauling un pile.. ... .. 9 00 12 OO llradley. Alliert, wurk on pike .. 1.50 II 00 Itriiwn. Xu, work on pile 7.50 M 7 80 Wilder. Jamea, wurk un pile .. .. .. 1 50 Inc, W'm , dynamite, ,tc for pike . 8.10 7 80 Itruie. I. M. tutu kieper .. ......... 7.50 3 OO Ilunn. A P.. hauling on pike 15.00 18 OO I.)1le, Itobt . work on pike 0 In) 10 60 llantfurd, T.. wurk uu pike. . .. 7.50 t.ewtt. Wilt, work uu pike .. OHO 0.90 MeCarley, Wm., work on pike 4.50 Wildir. Clyde, work on pike 3.70 401 Carton, W A., (inte keeper .. .... 4.50 llriilgewater, Tiioa. ork ou pike. . 3.00 5.90 Iltirditt. H. I... hauling. 9 00 Powell. !,. (1.. re)iairing grader .. . 2.0O Price, J V., ripuinng engine ... .. 9.50 (liHMlpatture, LewlR, work ou pike .... 1 OO 12 10 llryant, lCai, work on pike 0.00 1.50 Ilruce,, 1. M , work ou p!ke 3.00 M IManey, John, work ou pike 2 00 0.00 IliKler. Dirk, conking fur pile handa 1.00 4 50 Wilder, Clyde, wurk uu pike 1.05 Ilurdrit, S I,, wurk uu pile.. 5.70 COO Cartun. W A . time lei ier 4.50 I 90 llridgewater. Thut., wurk uu pile. 1.05 1C.50 llryant, Itay, wurk on pike. 1 40 4.S0 Hitter. W. li., hauling on G.90 spiMinaniore, hauling on pike. 4 50 ... Ilunn, Owtley, hauling ou pile.. 4 50 10.78 KilTe. J. I. lcKee. iiaul handa. . ... 9 00 fl.no Kvalit, ltihy, 3 da)a hauling... . . 9.00 19 85 Carton, W A., lueaturing pikea... . 3.00 0.9 8 Itaney. J. II., 2 )ardt crttthed ttuno 2.70 8.75 Miert, J 1.. ttone un HiieinviTte and II 98 llalmlle pike 7.50 I! 73 Carman, Waller. 2 14 yard, rruahed 13 SO tlune . 0 98 Kdwarda Kiley, 3 daya with team. . 12.00 .08 Itllle, .1. 1 MrKee, uigillter, paid 10.00 hand, for work ou pike . . 30.20 1,. McKte, ing'nier, paid Same, J. 7.35 handa fur work ou pike 20.09 SpiHiiuiiuure, J A , hauling I 60 7 35 ItilTe. J. I., MrKee. paid handa fur wurk un pike . .. 81.50 Cartun, W. A., paid handa fur wurk 1 82 un pike 35.40 Peiiiiingtnii. K P., engineer'a aatary 9.01 fur 4 13 month. 300,98 Cute, J. I., Threading Murhine Co. 10.50 traction engine 1,750.00 1.35 Pitre), Himuii. committee for rueaa- 5 OO uring gravil . . 12.00 7.05 (loud Huadt Machine Co.. repaira fur 4,90 grader . 72 99 9 00 Puwill, .1 II, taking Traitiuu Kn- gine nut uf bridge 35.00 1.1 7(1 Hide, J L. McKee, ruad engineer, 1 50 fur 3 mulllha tervilea.. . H. ... 30O.00 4.80 Saute. It daya aa road engineer.. 42.00 1.3o Contrite Forma 221.19 15.00 II 25 $17,893.43 .... Cnmpliell ft Pettue, drugglat account 10.50 Davit, F L , gofola In paufiera Hdmltton llroa, gooda t raupir. S.85 Klmnre, M It, gooila furnltlied on oribra 0 75 Pjrrls, Urta, 11, gooda furnltt.td on ,. ordrra 13.50 Flanagan, Wm , gooda fiirnlahrd on -- . .. nrdera 5.85 Ilaya ft Ktiea, gnoda furnlthed on 1 8B orders 9.00 Hertll, Otcar, gooda furnlthed on 7.00 orders .. .. 10.00 Ilunn ft Coffey, gooda furnlthed on 15 90 ordera 8.10 lllggina, W. II , gooda furnlthed on 0 37 ordera 1137 Lyne llrof., driiggitt aieount ... Motec. .1 J, mdae 2.05 Moaer, Ira, rnd.e., 9 00 Mottr, .1 J, roal on order of county 9 00 Judge 5 20 Mrlleath, II. J, tnilv 1 0 0(1 McCarty, Mra, Naoma, unite., .. .M 0 76 Morgan. A II . unite 16.00 New Stanford Drug Co., drug ac9.00 . count . 1 10 N'ewland, I)., groreriea furThoa 0.60 nlthed paupers Pinny, t). L. drug account .. ..... 2.25 Padgett, II. II , gooda on ordera.. . 9.00 Perkina, W' K , gooda on ordera. .. l.oo Itobinton, Ham, gooda on orders. ... 5 00 Singleton A Dyihutite, roodv on order 3 OS Shugara Drug Co.. drug account.. 4.IO Wealherford Company, gooda on nr 0 75 .. bra . 1.86. Wentiel. John, goodt on orders ... . 18.50 Wheeler, Chas, gooda on nrdi ra.... 5 70 Waller, O. A, gouda on order 9.00 Stamplly. Mr.., clothes fur (luttleib 8 fil) .. Siamplly . 4.6S Ad-ir- . Sir. Kate, mdte, for pau- 1 30 nera (claim 1913) 1 80 llurton ft l.lirai. indie 6 00 llrown. Amoa. md.e 6.00 C11 til ft Koiitt, mdu- 41.75 llughea ft Martin, unite 0.00 lath ft Hout, furnithing gooda on or Mrllre, Jamea, tharprn nr drill, lie Met ormark, C It n.al . . ISOfc McWIinrter, J C iindertakera account 8 50 McCarty. W I,, election commlt.loner 0 00 Hame, feea aa tlonff from Oct. 1913 109 90 1011 In Jan Morria. Dr J. medic, account.. . 411.70 i Uwtlef, J. H, T. arting cwuntr at. Jr. ' ' T. .. tornejr . , 885.25 O'llannnn, Dr W II medical aecouat Peyton, Dr .1 (1 Perry, 42,00 Peirey, Dr Himon, I Prultt. Dr. It. 64 00 Mint, meiiieal 70.00 Hame, Hame, 281 67 Hame, 31.57 Pence 2.60 Pence, 179 50 4.00 Hame, Hann , mi deal ont Hame. medical ni nt. Same medical aiiount, Jannan, limb, turltn fur pauper Mn.er. ,1 J .. W libera 10 IMI loop, r (I II , recvird bonks on ( umbirland Til 4 Tel lo. rent for llll n irptiom a, ti .. , 25 Klliott Fither Tvpewniir (o. repair- Su liar tvnewril.r . . 80 Watkma. Millie, keeping Lucy Ann 30 n ivnnirs 25 92 (umlarland Tel ft Tel. Co, rent of 1", 1 IS ', 3 14 ' 12 SO 15 55 0,73 (1.03 fr la.ju 0.40 C.S3 telephonea, etc . El 95 Hlanfonl Water. Light lee for courtlhonae 59 60 4 I Camden, Helm, .1. M 3 court 600 109 OO Petrey. 4.00 20 on 27.50 n no 20.00 40 00 0(.oo 27.60 42 60 33.00 70.50 21.16 12l.no 12.60 daya attending Co, .. flaC3l . 30 20 Hame. medical .. ....... pikr. f5 iiile. 2 25 III SO 23 115 VITAL HTATIHTICH .CLAIMS Alton. J. M .. 11.00 All urn, r.iiward .............................. ilun, T. J .. .iloii, .1. ii ilruwtt, h. J . 8.25 llryant, Jl. 11, 2 00 Caldwell, A. K .. 2.IIO i'arttiti r. J. 11 .... 3.25 Carpenter, A. II, .... 3.12 Chlfdreafc W J .... 2 (ill (Irnler, Frank .. . , 1 40 Harmon, John A., ....... 2 SO Itaac. II. It, 9 12 Jiihutuii. Win . 7 50 Juuea, L, J, M 7 50 Kliinalril, J. II . 12.00 iciv iitiaiua, w. r, .. 3 50 .50 475 3,75 ij 75 ,25 ..... 8.50 2.75 3.75 3.00 4.75 9.75 1.50 000 2.75 11 19 87 4 7 8 .US O'llaauon, W. II Perry, (1 tl 9 00 Peyton, J F 102 Morria, J. T, la-- 1.50 .50 ... M in Ple, M M Phlllipa. 12 85 Smith, 00 4 50 5 02 8 25 pile . 1005 7 15 23 05 8.25 2 50 3 '.'. 8.97 Southard. II. II Steele, J It,, . . . Singlilou, T. II rail ford. .. Warren, Walkina, W F Mail.'). Itowaniia C.Hik. UMie Caldwtlt. Maggie Hill, Jane llopkint, Klliabelh Haulier, llellle HiuipMiu, Julia Thuruiau, America Carton, Win. A lllain, Kale Waller, (labe A., Young, Jut. II M. .. .. 8.50 2.2J 4,00 9 25 .75 .75 1,00 74 25 .50 . ... 1.75 u 50 ... .50 Jio M 2,5a .a ,24 l.aVI . .. I.04) . l M, .. . .. . 51.11 28.75 IK tO l&aVi 4i.(W l,S,? 8.90 Mur,;ali, A. 11, Ra Kdinlaton, J0I111, Ooode, Alice, U. .. .. 2.67 MKItailANTH OUklMH U60 4 95 Ador, Mrs. Kite, aierrlataj a ' 1.25 niah.d paupera by order . aaturl 0.00 Adam llroa.. drutglml avanmul (11.90 llrown. J, U, turnltlug gtJ, on 1.00 orders ....j. 12 80 420 8(. ' H 27.54 3.00 Hamaey, deliver11.60 ing ,taa Hillon 5.00 (llt'O a.uu 95.00 Stone, John 51 , wnrk on court houte 41.00 and jail . .. I! 76 3 50 .10.30 Smith, Dr I II, medical account .. 1.35 Same, medical account .. 12 no . 3.00 302.80 Same, medleai account 7.60 3 60 91.79 Same, medical account C.00 Same, medical account ... 10.75 19.00 370.95 Hame, medical account .. .. 10.6(1 3.00 01.95 Same, midical account 1RG0 25.85 Same, medical account .,...... n in 3.00 71,70 Same, medical account 9.00 Same, medical account 12.no .... Same, medical account 163.98 l.no . 101.00 18 no clans Hame, medical account . 1211.00 ft, Hill, gooda for court house 70.20 15.35 Pence 18.05 Same, medical account 85.25 W'nlkina. Millie fur keeping Lucy Ann 410.20 Same, medical account 8 r.o . 12 JO Withers Stone, Wm, luml r for jail . .. P., telegrsms. etc., for 12 50 Ilalley. J 10.00 Stede, Dr. J It, mtdieal account ... court houte 2.50 Same, mrdlcal account 7.00 Lexington Puper Co , toilet psper for 405 127 00 Huntley, Hhrlinn, printing bill ... .. . . court hotlae 15.00 241 00 ttatement 12.00 Same, publifhing flnanc-a- i Cumlirrland Tel, A Tel. Co, rent of 10.50 Stome, J 51, work on court houte leb phones 1 30 12 00 3.05 and jail . . .M..M. 19 00 Pennington. Clalie, for looking after 5o Thiiniptun, Dr C 51 , medical account 4 00 water trough Same, medical aceount 10 00 So no Hamaey. Samuel, fur areermg and $1,302.48 Same, waiting on amall pox catea. .. S 00 delivering Jamea Helton Thompton, J W , drug account .. . 6.00 Hame, drug aceount 4.00 National Office Supply Co, record books, etc. Turner, Pete, making coffins 8.00 15.00 CLAIMS MISCKLI.ANKOtTS Trlhble. W. A , furniture account. . 6.00 Cooper, (1. It. clerk for Lincoln coun ty half for making tav. lmoks..... The Uermnn Mfg. Co., diainfectant 168.69 Kennedy, D V 4 Co, coal for COO for jail .. . . ... 10.00 Stanford, Water. Light ft Ice Co, lourt houte Warner ft Ilower, repairing jail and repairing court for water, lights, etc., for court Wat tier 4 llow-- r, 43 80 102,12 court houte houte 30.75 hcuae boiler,, etc. g Warner, W K. repalra on court houte The (Iood Itoad Machinery Co., rePitiiy, Simon, for 17 daya 51.00 .. county rooda 10.25 70.00 ,and jail . pairs 4for road grader Woods, Jaa. H , election eommitaioner 18 00 Lair. W. II , houte for November Field., Wm, fur 25 daya redisrict. 75 00 Weatllerfuril. J. (1, aheriff. fee bill .. 473.00 . . elirlios. 1914 3.00 ing county roada Wilson. Joih, poor houfcc account.... 95 50 Wnllnia, Miilir for keeping Lucy Ann Camden, J M, fur 17 daya redia. v liners 51.00 Helm. J. K, holding Inquett au trlcting cuunly roada ti.no .w, Caldwell, Mm , allowance .. Helm, J. K, for 17 daya redittrict-in15.00 I.ivingtton, J. G, preaching at poor 61.00 Courier, (1. II , committee lo tettle with houte .... 12.50 county roada .. . tfiena" aa levy, 1914 e Hheriff'a Menefee, John N glaaa 25 00 Fathoner, Kaymond, for keeping Jno. 2.50 Same, preparing financial ttatement . nfTice . Trotler .. .. 03.00 300 00 judge Xov. election. 1911 Harria, Harria, J A, Judge, of Augutt ebc-Ho2.00 Stanford, Water, Light ft Ice Co, 2.00 A II Florence, judge November elec1914 . fur ire . 3.88 tion, 191 1 .. Florence, A. II, Judge Augutt elec2 00 .1. K. Helm, attt tiding fiscal court I day 2.00 Itigney, Aden, ,1, aheriff Nov. elec3.00 tion, 1911 . . Iligtby, A .1, Shirilt Augutt F.bc-tiu2 00 Camden, .1. Jl, attending fltral court tion. 191 I 1 day .. lee- 2.00 Wearen, W". II, ilerk Xnv. 1911 3.00 ! WVaren. W. II, Cli rk Augutt tion. 1914 2 00 J. K. Helm, aMtaifing fiscal court 1 day 2.00 Hurler, It. C, judge Nov. elec-Xu- r. 3. t 1911 . Hon, 1914 l'ortir, It L, Judje Augutt ebc-tio2.08 Field., W M, ftticaikag fitaol court .. .. . 2.00 Purler, It. I., judge, 2 daya . 1911 8,00 lee Mocker, It. C, Judge Augutt ilec-lio5.00 2.00 Ilalley, J. P., it It. ticket for pauper llun. ivi4 2.00 Davltun, It. I., aheriff .S'ov. ch Cumberland Tel ft 'ol Co, for rent 1911 .. ... of phones, etc Hon, 1914 4.6 Daviton. It. L, sheriOT Augutt ebc-Ho2.00 (letitry, (leo. W, boute 2.00 Kice. T A, .... Trevember Nov. clerk 1911 election, 1911 tion. 1914 Ulce. T. A . Clerk of Augutt ebc-to.2.00 , 3.00 llaugh. .1. (1 , house for November . 2.00 Hubbard, Kd, judge November elec1914 . . election, 1911. .. 3.00 Skiilinure, John, Judge Augutt diction. 1914 . 2.00 Puryear, K V, Lincoln county ap- 2.00 Shanka, W C, judge November dec-liotion, 1014 Af not f ti innntvaa ft K 1914 Shanka, W C, Judge Augutt elec2.00 2.0X Hill, A. 0, aheriff November elec125.00 liirney tion, 1914 tion, 1914 12.00 Florence, (I 1), Clerk Augutt elec-th.2.00 (Hover, W. K, for hire of antomobile atewnrt, 5!nnroc, taking children to 2.00 Florence, J C, clerk November dec- 1914 .... Ky. Home Society . . ... 7.00 Hon. 191 1 .. .. Hill, A. C, Mierilt Augutt elec2.00 Stanford, Water, Light ft Ice Co, 2.00 Itoyally, Mel), judge November election. 1914 .. for ire .. . .. 1.15 Ho) ally, M. C D Judge Augutt election. 1911 2.00 Hue. J. 8. expects .. 4.09 2.00 Pepplea, John C, judge eov. election. 1914 tion. 1914 Pepplet, .Inn. O, Judge Augutt ebc-tiu2.00 Cumberland Tel. 4 Tel. Co. rent of . ... ..... telephonea ... 3.89 2.00 GiukIi. I.ilburn, judge November elec1914 . at kins. Jinue tin Keeping i.ucy Ann (iooeh, I.ilburn, sheriff Augutt election, 1914 2.00 ... . Withers 12.50 2.00 Cordier, W L, clerk November dec- ..... tion, 1911 .. .. . 34.94 . Cordier, Jno. C, clerk Augutt the- 2.00 Mnrtun, Jno. P., record books N'tl. 1914 Petrey, Himon, attending fiscal court 2.00 N'evuit, C It , judge November eleclion. 1914 tion. 1914 . . 3.00 11, Judge Augutt elec- N'eviua, ( 2.80 Fields. W. 51, attending fiscal court . 2.80 Cnuch, P T, judge NuiemUr dec- . Hun, 1911 1 dav .. .. 3.00 tun. 1914 . King, K. L, Judge Augutt elec- 2.00 Tracy, MisaMary, stenographer...... 27.50 2.00 Ilrnnaugh. It. II, sheriff Nov. clec-toilion. 1911 1U14 .. Cummina. W C, Slienff Augutt lec 2.80 iieim. a. rt, aitenuing ntcai court 1 day .. .. .. 3.00 . 2.85 Coriim, .1. II, clerk NovenilT elec- tion, 1914 Hon, 1914 .. .. .. Iigan, II II . Clerk Augutt elec2.00 Ilsiley. J. P, railroad tickets for . tramps .. 3.00 2.00 Xewland. J. II, judge November election, 1911 tion, 1914 .. N'fwLind, J II , Judge Augutt elec2.00 Stanford Water, Light ft Ice Co, . water and lights .. 88.72 2.80 Chappell, Jamea, judge Nov. elec tion. 1914 .. . ..... 39.00 Howard, Hen F, Judge Augutt elec- 2.00 I'leCtiori Cniuiisaiuiiera tion. 11)14 Howard. Hen. F, aheriff Huv. elec Walton. Millie fur keipiug Lucy Ann Petre), Simon, tlieriff Augutt elec- Withers 12.50 tion. 1911 2.80 lulu, 1914 2.80 Cumlierland Tel. ft Tel. Co, rent of 2.80 Carpenter. J. (1, clerk Nov. elec. tinn. 1914 pnones, .. . Hon, 1914 . ic. 5.03 Carjienter. J. (1, Clerk Augutt elec- 2.00 Watson, Slilbe for keeping Lucy Ann 2.00 Singleton. W. It, judge S'ov. lecnun. Withera 12.50 . Millard, M W, Judge Augutt election. 1914 3.36 County llourd of Hupervisora 252.00 3.30 Singleton, W. L, judge Nov. dec-tintion, 11114 1914 MtCoy, W. M, Judge Augutt the-lin2.00 Helm, J. K, attending fltcal court 3.00 . 1914 2.00 Stephenton. Logan, theriff Nov. election, 1914 Cornell, A C, Sheriff August elec 3.30 Camdin, J. M, attending fiscal court 3.00 3.3U Camden, W, F, clerk November elec tion, I'.n -. fiscal court .. . . tion, 1911 . Fagaly, II. K, Clerk Augutt elec2.00 Fields, W. M, attending 3.00 2.00 Dye, Jamea, Judge November election, 1014 . Tel. ft Tel. Co, rent of . tion, 1914 .. D)e, Jamia, JuiUe uf Auguat 3.20 Cumln-rUnphones, etc. . .. ... 3.23 191 1 3.20 Haggard. Hud, judge November elecPetrey. Simoo. attending fiscal court tion, 1914 Haggard, W tl , Judge Augutt elec2.00 1 Jay . .... 3.00 2.00 Flint, I). It, aheriff November elec tion, 1914 .. 10.00 tion, 1914 Flint,, 11. D, theriff Augutt elec3.20 Kentuckv Children's Home Society... Fields, W, M, und others, expense to 3.20 Wall, AI. D, clerk November election, 1914 '... .. ., .. Frankfort 19.70 . tion. 1914 . .. Wall. W D, Clerk of Augutt 2 00 Same, 3 days committee wurk .. 9.00 1914 .. 2.00 Adamt, 1). It, judge November dec-tol1911 2.80 Helm. J. K, attending fiscal court llurton. II, Judge of Augutt elec1 day ......... 3.00 2 00 Damn, 51. S, judge Noveic-- r eletion. 1914 . . . .. . ction. 1914 .. 2.00 CooM?r, tl. by o . for luting property Muttin. 51. S, Judge Augutt 1 omitted attestor 71.50 1914 2.80 Warlield, C. 1), aheriff Nov. eltc-tor1914 2.80 Cumberland Tel. ft Tel. Co. rent of llultt. W. L, Sheriff Augutt elecphones 3.27 t .. . tion, 1914 2.80 Alton, W fl, clerk November . .83 1914 . llanglt. P.. fl. Clerk Au"uat elec-tin2.00 Same Camden, J. 51 , attending fiscal court 1914 dec- 2.00 Hell. r. J, judge November 1 day . . 3.00 lion. 1914 Hill. H. J, Judge uf Augutt elec-llul2 00 Htlui. J K, attending fiscal court 1914 2.00 Curtun. K. V, judge November elec1 day 3.00 tion, 1914 Carton. K. V, judge Augutt elec-du2.80 Pitrev, Simon, attending fiscal court 1914 2.80 Itigne), W, II, aheriff November elec3.00 1914 tion, Kigtby, W. II , Sheriff Augutt elec2.80 Fields, W, M, attending flacat court 2.80 Held, J II, ilerk November election, 1911 1 day ..... ............... 3.00 tion, 1914 Held, J, II. Clerk tVugutt elec2.00 Watson Millie for keeping Lucy Ann 2.00 Dunn, Kugene, judge No)em)er election, 191 1 . . Withers 12.50 tion, 1911 .Vewburn, D. J, judge Augutt elec2.00 Wrulhirfurd, J. U, repairs for adding 2.00 (Jrubba, .1 F, judgo November election. 1914 lnnihine ................ 3.50 tion, 1914 . .. flrubbt, J F, Judge Augutt elec2.80 Dunn, I). W", theriff Xoirnihrr elec1911 2.80 tion. $13,829.85 McKinney, Waller, Sheriff Aug. elic-Hution. 1914 2.80 1911 2.80 Prui)houei, O. M. ilerk Nov. election, 1914 Peayhuiite. (1. M, Clerk Augutt elec2.00 DIRT HOAD CLAIMS . 2.00 Kennedy, I). II, Judge Nurember dec-Hution. 1914 1914 . Kennedy. Augutt elecII 1 clerk 2.50 Thompson, Wm, 112 days hauling Coy. H. H. Judge November elec2.40 tion. 1914 and 3 da)s work and nails ... 6.30 Coy, Sherman, Judge Augutt election. 1911 . 2.00 Adams, Chat, 2 days hauling and 3 . tion, 1911 2.00 .Manning, I.. C therirT November dec-liodaya work 5.80 1911 Manning. L. C, Sheriff Augutt elec2.50 Cummins, John, 2 days hauling and 2.40 Ilobbitt, F l' derk November elec3 da)s work .. tion. 1911 5.80 tion, 1914 Ilobbitt, F. P , Clerk Augutt elec2.00 Hsrness, J. II, 2 days hauling aud 2.00 Ouoch, K. O, judge Novimber election. 191 I . 3 days work 5.80 tion, 1914 Stiidder. It H, Judge Augutt elec2.00 Ncal. Henry, I days hauling and tion, 1914 2.00 Shudder, It. .S, Judge November elec3 days work .. .. 5.30 tion. 1914 F O, Judge Augutt (lec(iooeh, 2. CI Sampson, J. L, 2 days hauling and Yin inn, .1. I), theriff November dec-lio2.00 tion, 1911 3 days work . ... 5.80 1914 . Yihuiu, J t 1) , Sheriff Augutt elec2. 01 Paynter. 11, H, 1 3 4 days hauling 2 04 Tanner, V, M , clerk November elec.. tion. 1914 and 3 days wurk 5.30 tion, 1014 Tanni r, V M, Clerk Augutt elec2.00 Shaikelford, J, K , 1 da)s hsuling 2 04 Thouiion, Dr C M, wailing on tion. 1911 .. .... ... and 3 days work 3.80 amall pux catea Gentry, (leu. W, Haute fur Aug. elec50.00 Piace, P. '1, 3 days hauling and 3 3.00 Ilalley, J P, cummitlie work 5O.00 tion. 1914 days work 7.80 elec-HuCliniat l'nniiug Co. (printing) . .S W' , Uuute ur Augutt Powle, II. C, 130 feet lumber 9.00 ChspiM-ll2.40 191 1 2.00 Fieldt, W 51, furnithing automobile Smith, W. It, 05 feet lumUr .... .80 to hold Inquett Magte, Joe, Houte for Augutt elec4 00 Pa) liter, II S. 100 fed lumber- 1.25 Toll, Jariiea. repairing rhaira. tion, 1914 2.00 2.7S Adams, J F, 3 daya work . . 1,80 Curiieiiler, Dr J (1 , innliral account Crab Orchard Court Houte, houte fur 273 91 Cummins, J C, 3 da)a work 1,80 Augutt election, lull 2.00 Kubanla, J (' . part payment on II, Thompson 1,80 Chas, 3 da) a work ,.. 4 I,, to .lore road uiailiiuery Marker, Dr J C, hout 309.00 lingers. Walter, ,'l da)s wurk r Augutt 1.80 4 00 ilalley. Jai, P, aalury county Judge. 1,000.00 Murrell. Daniel, J dsya work .. .. . diction. 1914 1,80 Unroll, W S, talary, county attorney Lair. W 11 , houte fur Augutt elec1,80 800.00 SUtrrell, Thus, 3 dsys work 3.00 Cooiier. tl II , clerk tltcul court tion, 1911 . 500.00 Murrdl. Heiiry, 3 dsys work 1,80 Singleton, (larland. talary, .rhool suMaialice Hall, Waynetburg, houte fur Hun belt, Jack, 3 days work.. ...... 1,80 perintendent 4.00 Augutt election, 1914 1,000.00 Hays, James, 3 days work I.81I Ilalley. J II, ttiHk iii.pettor . . llaugh, J. tl . houte for Augutt elec. 1,80 02.50 Idsms, W. T, 3 days work ..,.... 3.00 Vittrctihcr, Andy, taking earn of tion, lull . .Smith, W It, .'I dsys work 1,80 John roller Vtidertou, II. 1 , hire autumobile . 12.00 54.00 llogue, W II, 3 days work and 1 ramdiii, .1 U . attending ,oun 2 daya 51 , houte fur Aug. elec(1.00 Thoinpton, C daya hauling .. 4.80 (1.00 Huberts, Wm , 3 days work and 3 S.uo Petrey, Simon, 2 days attending court tion, tnl I (i.OII 10 00 Hlllll. J K. 2 dava alien, lin account Vdaitit. Wm. undertaker dava hauling 7.80 llrown X Southard, meduul account U.OO (Iooeh, T I... 3 daya work 23.00 Fieldt, T. M, 2 daya attending court 1.80 Itaughman ft Waller, livery aicount 12 25 J MrCarly. W L, amount over paid on Hingleton, J. H . 3 daya work and . tl 00 .niuiiij levy . II alley. Jut, P , holding inquett 791.50 4 59 lod feel tunibir , medical aicount 8.00 Stanford Water. Light and Ir Co, . Sims, Kd. 3 dsya wurk Darker. Dr J 1,80 wuler. Igbta, ilc ll.azley, J L, underlaker'a account 20 50 81.50 Sim., Talbert, 3 ds)s wurk 1.8U Ilrighl, V M , .alary county' 3 00 llubbilt, F P, putting up booth. Hunt, Dan, 3 daya wurk at 1.80 Ireaaurer 12 50 Clnblrett, Dr W J, medical account 1,8 200.00 Sons, Waltir. 3 days wurk son Cumlierlund Telephnue Co, rent of Caldwell, D W, roliii fur pauper . Him., Clsrcuee 3 ds)a work 1,80 telelihouea, etc , Cainden, J M holding 3 illuuetta. 18 00 8.00 Allen, Turn. 3 daya wurk and 2 (Viilier. (1 II, fee blU daya hauling 717 19 Toll, Jaa, waiting on Jat I'pitiegrove 0 80 2.00 Carier, J 51 ft Son, livery account 14 25 Helm, J K attending tlaral court 1 Allen. K. 1 da) a wurk . ,80 day .r 2 00 . cauiileli, v l , putting up puoiiia . 1,80 3.00 ltulierta. Hard, 3 da) wurk Dellorde, (leo P., Jailer'a account llowman, John, 3 days work aud 2 1.017.85 I'd1 rev, Simon, attending tlaral court r day .. 12 Denltaui, F. II. coul for pau-eand daya hauling 3.00 0.80 J 51 , attenJiug court 1 139 08 Camden, Hart, Johu, 2 1 2 days .,t, 2 lourt houte day daya hsuliug, and 320 feet lumber 30 III) Kl.eiion (,iniiiitalunera 11.30 3.00 t Kilmitton, Dr W J , nnduial 30 Oil Km Id.. W ii , ultt tiding fltral court T Puuiphrry, I, D , 3 days work aud day Same, huldiiig iniiuitta, itc 23 00 2 12 days hauling 0,80 3.00 Same, medical account 25 00 Cumberland Telegraph ft Telephone Pumphrey, J J, 3 days work 1,80 Co , rent of telephones KUrtitce, (leo. D. aitiug county at- ILibcrls. Charley, J dsys work.. ..... 1,80 5.90 , Watkiua. for keeping Lucy Auu Huns, ilu)le, 3 days work . turttey 35.00 1,80 Withers Krvderik Ditlnfectallt Cu . dlteufect 12 50 Hugue, I.shV, 3 days wurk 1.80 a 00 (lrubbs, J I, , 3 da)s work 25.00 Pi trey Himon, 1 day attending court ant fur rontt houte and Jail 1.80 210 00 Helm. J. K . 1 day altendiug court Parmer. Iliuk. jaibr'a aicount 3.00 Flovd. lami. 3 days work l.tfO , roal 2 75 Camden, J M, 1 day attending court 3.00 Flinn, Yin, 3 dsya work and 3 daya rtwl. .VOr W Frank, for iiaupera. medical actounl 00 Fit Ida, W 51 , 1 day attending court 7 .hauling Driller. 3.00 7.80 librvtr, V F, , hire automobile 12.00 Htsnfurd Water, l,ihl ft Ice Co, Ice 1,80 Florettce. I,, al . 3 days work.. ... . 1 1 i II. for court house T J, Jr. attlng county allor5.40 Iteynolds W. It . 3 days work and 5 00 Uartea, (1, T, axpent for conveying ... . .. nev 200 loads tlol.e 13.80 18.00 prisoner from Faytlte county lo Allen, C. M, 3 dsys work aad 3 Durluw. It 1. eli 1 Hon eoitiu;l..ioiier 20.00 Lincoln , , days hauling 8.45 Titer, Mary T. tour I ttrnoiraphrr. .7,80 I Powell. J K work on court koute making 8 00 McKee, John, 3 daya work ana 1 day .awn,iiu W , tiauuar and furnltli8 00 Cumberland Telenhou fur hauling 4 Telegraph iir . 3 89 5H 25 , Co, rent of lelephoaea. ate. . laawie. Dr II II., nodical account 7.20 Dosu, John, 3 dsys work 180 12.00 Flhs, T. J, different la tat for 1913 , 1.78 Hius, Charley. 3 days work tattle, ttwdifttl 1'tt'OUlll 1.80 medical actuunt 10.00 Dellorde, (leo, F,, aerviiea aa janator 450.0O ItigOfy, Kd, 3 daya work - r I.81) a). Dr la. F. 15.00 HI an ford TaUr. (Jfkt 4 Joe Co, (or eal aeJn 1, aims, ueo, j uaya wora . 2.00 water, Ustfels, Ice, Jjaaal Iteotull ... ....... T3.3S ' .Hi a I account (CONTINUED ON NEXT 1MUK) 6.00 WsUUtjfc'Millis, (or keeping Luc Ana aaa Pruitt. Pipea, F, ntediral aenoint . (1, mrdlear -- eount.. . holding lni;,..t C , medical arrwtnt .. , aerount medical account medical account medical aerount medical account ft Hill, furniture account.. . K. T. Jr. plow pointa, ele. .. Dr M Lee, medical account aecmint .... Field.. Menefee. J N . tlaaa for court houte? Watklnt, Millie for keeping Lucy Ann Withera Cumberland Tel 4 Tel. Co., tele Stanford Water. Light 4 Ice Co, for lie. etc Camden. .1 M, attending fltcal caurt Petrey. Simon, sltending Btcal court 1 day ....,.... Helm, d. K, attending fltcal court I day Fieldi, W II., attending fitial court 1 day . Ilalley, Mra Anna, for balance due .1. II. Ilalley, Hock Interior Haydrn. Tim, potting In grate In jail Petrey, Simon, attending fltcal court 1 day . . . Flil.lv r M, attending fltcal court 1 day Helm, .1. K , atlending Btonl court . I day Camilrn, J M , attending fltcal court . 1 day . . . I'etrey. Himon, committee work Phillip, llroa, work on Jail yard snd 1 J K.I day atlending W M. 8 days tervecea etc Himon, 5 days ...... aervkea.. . . court uo 15.00 3.00 24 00 12.59 2.00. 7.40 5,13 a.uu 3.00 phonea, ila) . ..... .... . (1 II , undertakers Ham, nrrettlng ar-- arcuint ... ..... , .... . . . . . . . , ..... . fr ... .... . . .... . . .... .... . .... . . .... . ...... iin . ..... ....... . . . ..... ... ..... . ...... . . . , ... f .... ... . . , ... ... I. .... . . I -- J The Interior Journal, Stanford, Kentucky. Friday, June (CONTINUED FROM rrtECF.tlll.VO TAOE) 4.00 3.56 7.05 4, 1915. dtt 6.00 !.einr, W. M., 11 daya wni! ... 6.00 Ynnng, W. (L, 3 tlayt work 1.00 I .one, Samuel. 3 daya work . Keed, Mart, .1 dtrt work ... 3.15 Hollar, Ira, 3 dart work 1 oo .... Carrier, John, 3 dayt work 1.00 Adama, D, It., 3 dayt work and 1 .... 1.00 dtyt htnllng 1.00 Young, .like, 3 tlayt work... ..... Kred, John, 3 daya work 4.80 Ynnng, Arthur, a dayt work .... Hrrtx, 3 data work.... 4.00 llaiitli, J. (1 , 3 13 dtyt work ami 1.00 3 dart hauling .. 1.00 Young, George, 1 tiara work.. 7.50 Kred, W. M , 3 dara hauling 3 00 Young, W M , 3 daja hauling .9(1 Jnnea, II. II, dynamite Tucker, l.calle, 3 tlayt htnllng 11.10 Tucker, Hnhert, I dtyt htnllng Jamea, John, 3 daya hauling 3.90 Jamet, O. M.. Sr, 3 daya hauling and VI loada gravel 3.20 Pollard, S. J , 3 tiaya work and 3 daya hauling 8.20 Anderson, W M , 3 dayt hauling Jamet, Henry, a nays wotk, ;i uayt hauling and 37 loada gravel.. 4.60 (I , a dtyt work Jamea, a 1.30 I'enre, Jonn, 3 uayt wort . . Pence. Sam. dan work 4 60 Lynch, llrnry, 3 tlayt woiV 6.VHI I,ynrh, J r , a nan work Kidd. Ollle. 3 davt work 1 00 l.KO KMd. Link, .1 dtrt work , J 1.00 rollarn, liPrullt. tiayt 2 wars. work. .. 3 1 dtyt 1.0(1 Anderson. daya Jamet, Ira, 1.00 James. Ovrua.1 Jr a work work days 1 tm LOO Pitman, Moert, 3 tlayt wotk . Pollard, A. C , 3 dtyt work 1 00 1.00 llrlaney, Sam, 3 .1 daya a work Sllaa, ila) ..irk. .. . 1.00 Udfttrd, Ae. 3 dava work 1.011 ItallarJ. .60 Johnson. Jaa. 11 . 2 daya work (IIU3 name, a daya work. ,i dtyt naming, 1 50 . . 0 loada gravrl 1 00 3 56 Al.t, Caer. 3 tiara work anil 3 hauling . dart 1.20 Denny, Frank. 3 stars work . .. .. . Esra, a tlayt work 7 00 Oaks, Kidd, Frtnk. .1 daya work 1.00 Miller, llrunn, 3 ilaya work 5.00 Oldham, Jamea, a tlayt work... 1.50 King, Elbert, 3 dayt work and 1. I HO tlayt hauling 1 00 .1 daya work 1.00 Siiovrt, Henry, 3 tiaya work and. 3. Simpson, Andy. 1 oo dayt hanling a (lllhtsrt. 7.00 Saylor.(leti , a dtyt dayt work. work Fish, 7.00 King. Jamea. 33 tiaya work.. . Jaa., Hunch. tiaya won 1.00 Ijirk, ilaya work and 3 1.30 Staiittton,hauling 3 ilaya Mohrrlt. Ed. 3 data work 1.60 Stapleton, Hob, 3 dtyt work and 2 1.00 ilaya hauling I 00 Tom, a daya work. 1.60 Fish. llrtghl, Jim, 3 tiaya work (Inter, Wallarr. 3 diyi work and 2 7. ho tiaya hauling 1.00 (Itwttltnin, Newton, 3 daya work and 1 l.HO tiaya hauling . 1.00 (lotHlntsn, W. M, 3 daya work. l.oo Hrmighton, Tom, 3 days wotk. .. . Howard, II 11., 3 daya work 7.00 llel.Mna, lliaa , 3 diya work and 2 tlayt bulling 7.00 KoMMna, Millard, 3 daya work and 3 l.HO daya hauling 1 Kl) Green, Jmt Iterry, 3 daya wtwk, 3 1 00 daya hauling. 144 loada gravel. . l.HO Howard, Jim, 3 tiaya work and 1 l.OO tlayt hauling 1.00 Price. Hotuer. 3 tlayt wo and I .. ttays 7.00 e'Ictclier, John, 3 dayt work and 1 1.011 tlayt hauling 1.00 Morns, Waller, S tlayt work. . .. 1.00 King. W t) , 2 daya hauling King, K I.. 3 days work and 3 5 20 days hauling . Howard, II F, fast loitiUr .. .. 13.JO Adams, Arch, t days work.. work (Hill) II.O.Kettr J.ek. 7.0t . Santo, 2 diyi work (lull) .. Daugreerty, I. (1.3 daya work 3.76 Daugherty. (1 W , a tiaya work Daugaertr. Frank. 3 diyi work 1.0 Diugherty. Cearesteo, 3 tlayt work.. work. DiHgberty. James .1 ,! 3.75 King, Wm. 3 ttiya work.. l.HII Seesir, Fred, a dayt work, 12 dtyt l.HO hauling 1 HO Humphrey, ,1 days work. . .. ..... 1 SO Marnos. Thomas. 3 days work. . . l.OO l.ay, liowis, 3 tlayt work.. . l.Hfl Lav. James. 3 dara work . . l.HII Naylor, Wesley, 3 days work ,9 ('a so. J. N, 3 daya work and 1 1.0(1 daya hauling l.HO (lainea, Alltn, 3 ilaya work 1 HO Mastorson. Hud, 3 ttays work.. 1 all .MrOtH. llrnry. 3 daya work irsd 1 l.HO 12 days hauling l.HO MrGIII, Samuel, 3 days wolk and 3 l.HO days hauling . . Gootle, Wsh , Sr , a tiaya work. l.OO (tootle, Witt , J . 2 ilaya wrk Goode, Frank, 2 dayt work.. 0.H0 Gootle, Wolf, 1 tla)a work . 1 So ,l)iMMle, Henry. 3 tlayt work . .. 5.3S littode, Shrrtnin, 3 tiaya work.. Hailey, J P. 66(1 f.u lumber 0 50 Kennedy, D. V , 3 tiaya work ami ?o bridge allla 6 OO Same, 10 loads gravel and nails. .. Kilbase, Herbert, building bridge, on 4 00 county road l.OO Wesley, James, ItVO feet lumber and hauling 1.60 1 HII Sims, Clarence. 1 da)s work 1 HO Estea, Sam, 1 days work. 1.31 l.ay. John, 3 data work and nails 1.00 Morion, J T, 7a ftet lumUr. l.HO Collins, J. M , 3 daya work l.HO Haggard. W (I, 2 tla)a Work.. Keevr, Hassel, t days work. . 6.00 Perry, N J .1 dayt work.. Petrey, Get 3 days work .. I. . 7.00 Singleton, l,emon, 3 days work 1.00 Sialic, John, 3 da)s work Foley. Elmer, 3 ilaya work 3.H0 Caldwell, Wlrkllffr. 3 daya work. l.HO Kowlaml, lloh, 3 da) a work. l.VO Iite. .lames, 3 tU)a work Pumphry, Lawrence. 3 ilaya work 5 60 KoUing. Hill, 3 daya work 1 ergil, 3 tlayt work 0 lulling 6.1 HI Kfllllig, E 11.. 3 data work Getirge, 3 tiaya work. l.HII Smith. I HO Iteynoltls, Dan, a daya wurk Vaught. Mllford. 3 daya work. . .. 5 HO Murphy, Granville. 3 tiaya work 1 00 Padgett, II. II, 3 daya work Diahon, Aahford, 3 tla)a work . .. 13 30 Holbrouk, W V.. 3 daya work . I.H(I Smallwood, Duval, 3 ttaya work 2.O0 Flortnrc, J. F, 3 daya work.. . 3 dayt work and V6 2 00 Lie. J. H lojda gravel 11.011 ... ... 4.00 Kowland, Sam, 3 data work .75 Caldwell. Wirklift, K 5.00 Collins, I. N , (i load, gravrl and 3 day hauling.. .. . l.HO 1.00 Haggard. W G. 2 days hauling 1.00 Smailwifd. W. II., 3 1 3 daya hauling l.HO Love, Mary II., 4H loada gratrl. 1.00 Img, W C, 3 daya work ami 3 daya hauling 1.00 Mike, 3 daya work and 3 1 00 dayt l.oo Long, hauling B. F , 3 dayt wurk and 3 1.00 tiaya hauling 6 00 7.Sn Chandler. Sara. 3 data wurk and 3 tiaya hauling 7.00 Chandltr, W I., 3 daya work and 3 ttaya hauling 3.00 Chandler, It. II, 3 daya hauling.. Chandler. J. P., a tla) a work and 3 dayt hauling 3.00 and 3 1.00 Chandler, Jeb, - 3 dayt wui days haulwia- .. 6.00 Chandler, F. A , 3 daya work ami 3 days hauling . .. 3. HO Harris, John, 3 days work l.HO Hams, liirhard, 3 days work.. Adams, Kculten, 3 data work.. . 3 HO James, Ephram, HI loads of gratel l.HO Jarnrs, J A , 2un fett lumber Anderson, J II , 3 da)s wotk and 3 tlayt hauling 5 HO l.HO Miller, Jar-i- t a, J daya woik and 3 dart hauling l.HO l.HO Hustle, Jamet, 3 dayt work, .1 data hauling and SO feet lumi.tr... ... 5.00 Miller. Walter, 3 dayt woi, and 3 dayt hauling 1.00 l.HII Lawrence, Frank, 3 daya work and 3 1 HO data hauling Smith, George, 3 tla)a work.. 1 HO l.HO Smith. Hud, 3 tlayt work .!,.! 3 tlayt hauling . 4 00 l.OO Luiitford, Henry, 1 2 daya hauling .. Wren, L. A , J du)a work l.HO 1.00 Grimes. W P, 132 felt luniToo. Hlaukinshlp, Weiley, 3 dtyt work 1.00 Logun, Geo, 3 dayt wurk.. 7.00 Mitchell. Frank, 3 ilaya work . Dye, Jumet, 3 da) a work ami 3(h) l.HO feet lumber 1.00 Griffin, llrtrii, 3 dayt work.. . 1 HO l.HO Brown, Kit, 3 dtyt htuling . . l.HO Currier, Hiilin, 3 da)t work. . 1.00 Hogur. ltiil.e. 3 dan hauling l.HO Padgett, Wi.ley, a da) a work. l.HO Padgett, Bradley, 2 di)t work Padirett. Cirert. 3 tlits w,,rk 6.20 Jacobi, Chat., 3 duyt work. 1.00 r.rtin, rnu, J uayt work. 6 00 Leach, Thot, 3 dan work. Homer, J II.. 3 daya haulinr. I HII . l.HO Iing, J. I) , a daya hauling 2.00 MrllurTrt. II. V. a ,l,tt 2. Of Hultlclaw, Lee. 2 1 2 'In) a hauling Holtirlaw, We.ley, I 2 daya work and j uaya nauiing . 3,00 lloone, Clarence, 10 Itlch. (leorire. 2 3 tlayt hauling.. . . 12 data liutihtiir 1.60 l.HO Holm law, Wm,, 1 daya woik and 2 dayt hauling l.OO Muter. Dan. 1 dayt work and 112 da) a hauling 7.80 Liisk, James, 2 1 2 dayt wurk 1 OO Lusk, John, 2 1 2 dayt work. 13.92 W'ilriK'ks, Sain, 1 12 dan wurk Mcllulley, Eduiond, 3 daya wurk.. 7.80 Suitor, Etta, 3 daya work.. Gtlliland, Allen, 3 dt)t wurk... . 7 60 lie) noli., Curbitt, 3 dayt work .. McLaughlin Estate) Co., 244 frit bridge lumWr . 0.30 l.HO Trowbridge, D. L., 3 duyt hauling and nails 1 HO MrMllllrli, J. (', 3 ayi wol. 7.60 Inn. s, W F, 3 dtyt hauling... Marlow. French. 3 davt haulm?.. 7.60 Johnson, Logan, 3 da)a hauling. jiomgomery, vt. !.. a uaya Hauling 102 loads grurrl 7.60 Montgomery, Oorntliut, 4 da)t haul-inand 92 loadt gravel 7.80 l.HO Heed, Ollte, 3 dayt work 2.00 Lotos, Iluile, 3 dara work 1.60 Smith, Hubert, 3 tla) a woi I aft Dtlk, Sill i, 3 dan work 1.60 uuniiiiignam, Morion, a daya work.... 1.60 (tool. 11., a dayt work Will lit r, Forrest, 3 dan wurk. 8.56 l'ullfaiu, Willie, 3 daya wow 1.00 Upthrgrnvr, Ham, Hr S Htya work. 1.00 Unoera. Jamea. a dava work. l.oo (lotsrh, Waller, 3 dayt, work. 1.00 liptnegrnve. ram. rr a tiayt wort ... l.OO Helm, (I. II. n daya wark l.OO Vanghl, John, 3 dayt work .... Merrlman, Jerry, 3 dtyt work a. ho Nnnnelley, Chat., 3 tt)l work l.OO Hrarkrtt, W. II , I dtyt work . . .. Argo, l.oo Iltarkett, Wm , 3 3 dart work dayt work 1.00 Vinson, Vinson, Jamea, 3 dayt wotk 1.80 llalrnrtl. Tom. 3 dava work. Tom, 7.60 Carney, (leorge, .1 3daya work tlayt work .60 (VrTcy, . . Hrown, 6.00 (Illllland, Jeaae. 31 dayt wotk. dayt work. Print, 4.00 nat , J naya wins.. lender, 1 6(1 6.00 Pttrtrk, W 0 , 3 dtyt work 2.0(1 llrnry. Knliett, 3 tlayt work.. 6.00 Mice, Wm , 3 3 tltyt woik. .. daya work Shlnkles, Arch, Powell, James, 3 tltyt work 10.35 Nanntiley, Chat., 6 tlayt hauling, two teama 7.80 6.00 Crow, It II , 3 dart hauling .. .. Mender, i nat., n uaya naming, two 915 learnt 1.00 Hrown, .lease, 3 .. dart htuling,. I.Hll Ilrarkrlt, W. II, I daya htnllng I, HO Moore, 1). It., 3 dayt hauling, low l.OO reams l.OO Davla. F. !,., n tlayt work . 1 oo 0 A., a uayt hauling, two l.oo teama l.HO Heailey, E. T. 3 daya hauling, two 1 60 teama 1 00 . Moorr, II It., 300 lodi gravel . 1 att a daya work. . . F. i!efi Davit, llrnry, 3 dtya worV Davit, i oo KMd. J L, 3 data work 1.30 Morgan, Floyd, 3 dayt work. I 00 Manuel, John, 3 tlayt work l.OO Manuel, Halt, a daya wotk 3. CO Kidd, (Ilia, .1 dayt wolk Kidd, lllrd, 3 wotk 1100 Ilallard, II M dart dayt work .3 Ittllard, (Vy, a ilaya work 7.00 Adams, Andy. 3 daya work l.OO Plnmmer. M It 1 tlayt work 1.00 Plammer, llrrant, a days wark . . . l.oo Adams, (lot,. M , 3 dots work l.HO Jamea. Hph , 3 daya work. .. . l.OO Petrey, Itolo-rt-. 3 tlayt work lltrria, John, a daya work 3.00 Petrey. John, a ds)t work lstjl Manuel. E II , 3 daya plowing. M II . 3 daya liauHng. . 5.06 Ptttmmer. (I M . a dara hanling, with 1.00 Ilallard.harae anil Jo hat.la gravel ono 1.00 Manuel, E P. 3 dara hauling and 49 1.00 loadt grovel . 1.00 Atttnta, II M , 1 data hauling, 3 leads . .. rock s.oo Snros. and 25 loads grtrel Hurton, 3 daya work and 1 1.00 . .. days hauling Kerry. John, 3 days wotk . 6.00 Flanery, Jack, S days work I. Htl lsnery, Jesse, a days work 1.06 Daaan. E N , .1 daya work I A It, i.t Dugan, hauling 2 daya wofk and daya Und, Janseo, J days wark . .. 3.00 IlaMitt. Frank. 3 daya work l.oo (loorh, Allen, 4 days work 1 OP . Hoaors. Koseat. 1 ttays woik.. .. Jlrdrtt, Creed, S daya ...work and 1 . naya nanlinL Ppangler, John, 3 nayi wtrrk and tllla Drawn, 1. T, a dayt work, 3 hanling and 2". loada gravrl.. V1I, V. !., 3 dtyt work Singleton, li. A- - a dayt work- -. .. Attorn. T. .M. I dayt work and 3 .- -. loadt gravel Ilyf, Chan., 3 dayt hanllnir . Singleton, Ollrrr, 3 dayt work .... Ulliih, John, 3 dayt work Itfulnn, V. O , dtyt work 'Alford, V C , 3 diyi .: AUnrd.Chat., 3 dtyt work Wll, F.ngrno, S dayt work .. .. Ollhland, K. CJ., 3 daya work Alford, 8. C, 3 dava work. 3 dayt .... hauling nd A loadt gravel Wall. lro. V 3 dayt work Dye, John 3 dayt work .. . Singleton, Jonlnh, 3 dayt work Singleton, John A.. 3 dayt work Drr, Chat, 1 dayt worli Mlrarle, Flihn, 3 dayt work Aihley. W H, 3 daya work. 4 day; nd hanling, l,r,80 feet Inmtier tplket Ij I.M 1.B5 1.K0 4.00 1.30 1.00 1.00 l.rtO l.KO . l.0 . Ynnng, John. 3 F.rnrst, 3 daya work Die k, 1 I 2 days work.... ..... Franria, Tom, 3 dtyt work and 3 dtyt hanling dull work Mullint, Kit. 1 ..... dayt work Fos-r- t, (lint, 1 H u lion, Keflnne. 3 djri work and 3 dayt hauling day. work Itoaue, Bain, Jlow.on, Wm,. 3 dart work and 3 13 daya hauling Xewaom, Daniel, 3 daya work 3 daya work... -. Kates, F.ttet, Kverrtt, 3 dajt work ltea, lmro, 3 dtyt work ... Adami, lftntom, 2 dayt hanling .. V. n, eontrnet work, by Ashley, E. I). Pennington, F.nglneer, 1013 Ttntton. John, 3 daya work ..... Salle, John, 3 dayt work linrleson, Kobt.. 3 dart work . Pike, Jon (Hull, 3 dan work Howell, Virgil, 3 davt work Ttirnrr, Cleero, 3 dart work. Turner, Jamea, 3 dajt work (l.lt. Kit, 3 diyi hauling .... .... .. Lewtt, Norman, 3 dajt work . Moea, Toney, 150 feet lumber lteetor, Kil, 3 diyi work lfnny, Jajpcr, 3 dart work Drnny, Qran, 3 dara work Drnnj, Johnnlf, 3 dara work ....... IVnnjr, Charlri 3 dayt wc.rk...,. . IIom, Ollif, 3 dart work (lot It, 1'rrd, 3 dart wotV -- . ... .... (Irlffin, John, 3 dart work Ashley, Moure, McMnllen, Jafk, dji woift days work 3 . . ..... ... '', n .',! r i i i.t ps - h Hntfield, Harman, J daya work n Hatfield. Knliert, 3 dayt work........ Took, Hardin, 3 dayt hauling Bttttn, Jamet, 1 dan work and 3 daya hauling ... Hatfield, Clarrnee. 3 dayt hauling... Itogert, John, 3 dayt hauling Keed. John, 1 daya hauling .... .... Hatfield, Millard, 1 dayt hauling... Catron, Henry, 3 da)t work llrnylet, Henry, 3 daya work and 4 dayt hauling ..-.- . . Tointer, Ed, 2 daya work flainet, It. K., 3 dayt work llau eh, K. 0., 3 daya work.... Hailey, C, 3 daya work Young, J. K., 3 dayt work ... Young, Kddie, 3 daya work Young, Corbett, 3 dayt work.. .. .... Baugh, Sam, 3 dayt work .... Acton, W. )., 3 dayt work Hatfield. J. 11., 3 dayt work Fkidmore. Joaeph, 3 dayt work Young. W. O., 3 dayt work. ....... Hall, Nathan, 3 daya ....... llorlon, II. P., 3 daya work Dauch, II. II., 3 dayt work. Carrier, C. It., 3 dayt rraping... Arton, W. O., 3 dan plowing... Baugh, Ham, 3 dayt hauling. . Oaka, Wm., 3 dayt work and 2 dayt hauling ... .. .. .... .............. Oakt, J. liilry, 3 dayt work . OaVt, Claude, 3 days work ..... Urban. Jacob, 3 dayt Heitl, .Mike, 3 daya work.... Murphy, Hat, 3 dan work Haditz, Leonard, 3 daya work and 1 daya hauling . Bergner, Kmil, 3 dayt work and 3 dayt hauling . ... .. ........ Bergner, Juliut, 3 dayt work and 3 dayt hauling ... Fame, 492 feet lumber .. Beyer, 1'rcd, 3 daya work and 3 dayt hauling ... ... . ... Same.Moo feet lumber and 100 loadt gravel ... . Beyer, Carl, 1 dayt work.. Adama, Jamet, 3 dayt work and 3 dayt hauling ............ Naylor, Thomaa, 3 daya autlng. Turner, W., 3 dayt hauling Hubbard, Henry, 3 dayt work and 3 dayt hauling . ........... Rogert, (leorge, 3 dayt work......... Todd, Wiley, 3 daya work Jackton, Wiley, 3 dayt work and 3 , daya hauling . .. Brown, Jamet, 3 daya work and 3 dayt hauling .. . .......... Brown, J. I)., 3 daya work and 3 dayt hauling ... . . Errine, Edmund, 3 daya work and 3 dayt hauling .... ............. Turner, l'ete, 3 dayt work and 3 daya hauling .. ... Broughton, Harry, 3 dayt work... Hmitli, Ludlow, 3 dayt work... Ienny, Walter, 3 daya work......... Turner, Andy, 3 djyt work ana 3 dayt hanling w .,.. Turner, Wm., 1 daya hauling... . Turner, Bruce, 3 daya work.... .. Denny, Oeorge, 3 daya work Emberger, Joaeph, 3 dayt work..... Belaney, Wm., 3 daya work Delaney, Wm., 3 daya work... . Wearer, llama, 3 daya work...... 1'ruitt, John. 3 dayt work.... Chappell. Clay. 2 dan haulln Anderaon, John, 1 di.i hauling. llleaa. Emil. 37fi feel lumber lirrtel, Oacar, dynamite, ete Morgan, M. J., 3 da)t work and 3 daya hauling .. . Wright, J. 8., 3 dayt work and 3 dayt hauling Hhuler, A., 3 da), work and 3 dajt hauling Wooddy, it. A., 3 dayt work and 3 dayt hauling Wiley, A. II., 3 daya work and 2 day hauling liobinaon, J. II., 3 daya tr and 3 daya hauling Bennett, lleere, 3 daya work and 3 daya hauling Wright. J. 8.. 210 feet lumber . Hundley, J. 0., 385 fett lumber Waddle, .1 H., 3 day, work Leach, Walttr, 3 daya work Baker, M. 11. 3 da)a work Croit, H., 3 dayt work... Douclatt, Marion, 3 Uya work. .. Olner, Jolic, 3 da) a work... Jacubt, liirhard, 3 da) a work McCoy, W. M., 3 da) a work Bunch, Ward, 3 da), work and 3 dayt hauling Benge, W. M., 3 dait we- Whitakrr, Cecil, 3 dayt work Burber, Thi.mu., 3 da)t work and 2 da)t htuling Padgett, t'rid, 3 dayt work. '"""' Kinglelon, Arnold, 3 daya work. I'llman, John, 3 dat work... ..... 1'adgeit, Kance, 3 dayt work Bunch, tl. E , 3 daya work .. . . Jaroba, Hugh, 3 daya work and 3 dava hauling Leach, J. II , 3 daya work (lainea. Bob, 3 data work Kingleton, H. II , 500 feet lumber.... (looeh, F. 8.. powder, fuae, etc.... Bailey. Jat. 1' at.igneo J. II. Iluller lumber and work Blthop, N. II., S dj), work Tucker, llennlt, 2 da)t work Cuwpton, Win , 3 dayt work Thouiai, Emll, 2 daya work. . Hughet, John, 2 dayt work Harlan, John, 3 day. wurk Harlan, Geo., 2 da), work (Irrilium, Wat, 2 daya work Ferrell, Hen, 2 da) wr TaUer, Hheruan, 2 dayt work Boyle, Clareare, 2 dayt Morton, llau, 2 da), work Iloiktr, Chat. Jr. 2 da)t work ... . Lanbam, EUie, 2 itaya wurk Miller, Wm. 3 dan work Blaln, John, 2 dayt work. Kina. 1. !., 2 dat wurk Johnton, Tbomaa, 2 day. work Kucker, Kalnt V . 2 dayt work llaker, William, 2 dayt work 8hewmaker, Bert, 2 daya work.. . ... l'eylon. Have, 2 daya work Burkelt, Wm. 2 dan hauling Baker, Win. Jr , 2 dayt work Burkelt, A.hley, 2 da)t work liurkett, John, 2 dayt work HonaWr, Ban, 2 daya work Mllika, Jat, 2 daya work Ulukt, Jaa, 2 dan work .... Hubbard. Jat., 3 daya work ... Jlo.er, AlUrt, 2 dan work Urrrlman, Wiu., 2 daya work... ....... liuim, (lev. 2 daya work CurTry, l( V. 2 dayt work 3 dart work Mrad, John A., 3 dart work .......... Nrwromb. Wm., 3 da) a work... Jarkaon, t.ay, 3 dayt wot l'arkrr, G. A., 3 dayt work and 340 ifrX lumWr Warren, Wm., 3 daya hauling .......M Tnrnrr, Kotwrt, 3 dayt hauling.- -. .. Wrarrr, Hud, 3 dayt hauling.. Baker. John 3 daya work and 3 dayt . .. haullnc Tlaitln, John, 3 dayt work Dallard, I). O., 3 dayt work Krnr.t, Darney, 3 dart work ... Jrnklna, L'yraa, 3 dayt work Baltimore, 1'red, 3 da) a work Hkidmore, Charley, 3 dan wrk Hkidmore, Alonro. 3 daya work MaMin, h.t 3 dayt work ... .. Hale, Vergie, 3 dayt work Ilallard, John, 3 dayt work ......... Uallard, Kenley, 3 dayt work....... Kontlert, W 3 dayt work JJullint, Wm., 3 dayt work.. . Ilatfieltl, Ie.lie, 3 dayt work Onnrley, Andy, 3 dayt woi Hatfield, Hollie, .1 dayt work JlcKlniie, .M. 8.. 3 dayt work .lanaaen, Kroil, 3 daya work Clrlflln, J. ... ......... .. ... . .. ...... .. . n.. work..... .... . ... ... ......... .......... ...... ...... . .. ... . . ...... ..., Biuwlddie, John, 2 da)t Kill. Win., 2 dan work urk. work. 1.00 HubMe, Hhelliy, 3 dayawork Myert, Bert. 3 daya 3 0.10 Myera, Arthur, daytda)t work work. l.OO Eada. Sam, 2 l.OO McClnre, Elerald, 3 daya work.. . ... l.OO Ilray, John, 3 dayt work dtyt 1.00 Illthon, . A., 3 naya hauling naming. .60 rrrrrii, lien, 3i daya hauling A nallt 1.00 Coffer, Chaa .. 3 daya work (Hirer, Chaa Cooper, Thomaa, 3 daya wer and SO fett lumber 35.75 1.00 Smith, Yantia, 3 dayt work 1.00 Stewart, Monroe, a daya work. 1.00 Ilarrlt, Walter, 3 daya work .00 Ilarrlt, Willie V., 3 dayt work .. Logan, Samuel, 3 dayt work 5.00 Craig, (lirrnt, 3 dayt work .90 Colter. Bud. 2 daya work .90 Dennett, (leo., 3 dayt work Lackey. Wm. 3 daya work 7.00 Craig, Allen, 3 daya work. ... l.eo Hayt, Gen., 3 dayt work. . Craig, Wm., 3 dan work coo I'ennman, Jonn, .1 uayt worn l.OO Htya, Itaac, 3 daya work 1.1-- 0 Itol.lnton, lilchard, 3 dayt wrt 1.00 Aiannins, j no.., o uajm kifii. 1.00 ltobinaon, Marahall, 3 daya wnrk... daya work 4.00 Ilaictt, KoUrt, 11-Carter. Tommr. 3 dart work 50.00 Cldwell, Ilrocr, 3 dayt work l.OO Caldwell. T. 11 , 3 dayt work and 3 dayt hauling 1.00 l.OO Same, lumber 1.00 Krynolda, Hay, 3 dayt htuling l.OO Heynolda, Oacar, 3 12 dayt hauling... 1.00 (ireer, I). J., 3 dayt work and 3 dayt nauung 1.00 Hell. T. J., S 1 3 dayt hauling. ll.OO l.OO r'.!e. C. M . 12 data hauling... ..... 2.35 Caldwell, Egbert, 3 daya work and 3 dayt hauling 1.00 1.00 Tlunlap, E. W., 1 dayt hauling Caldxrll, A. K., 3 da) a work l.OO 3 daya work l.OO Caldwell. L. I l.OO Caldwell, E. W., 3 da) a work. Caldwell, Melrln, 3 daya work l.OO l.OO (Ireer, Ike, 3 daya work 1.00 Ureer, Marion, 3 dart work 1.00 (la.ton, llarrlaon, 33 12 daya work... dayt work..... 1.80 Krynolda, J. W., 1.00 (tiKfh, Craig, 3 dayt 1 work... 1.80 Caldwill, Maaon, 1 3 daya work.... Caldwell, T. II., 1,435 feet lumber... daya work.. ....... 6.90 Jonra, Jim, 1 6.00 Beard, Sam, 31 daya work... ............ daya work B.00 Spera, T. W . 6.00 Wilhoit, Chaa.. 1 3 daya work- dayt work taker, John, 7.00 iurll, Frank, 2 dayt work and . . daya hauling 1.00 .. 1.20 Neal, Will, 2 dart work . 1.00 lieynnlda, W II., 2 dayt work 1.00 Herring. Bright, 3 da)t work l.OO Coy, Commodore, 113 daya work... 1.80 Wilcher. Frank, 3 daya work.. H 1.00 Jeaae. l'aul, 3 dayt work 1.80 Huaton, Wm., 2 daya work , Burner". 1.00 Heynolda. Dude, 2 da) a work Luthur, 2 daya wurk 1.00 daya work 1.00 Hammond., J, A., 1 dayt htuling and 1 1.00 1.80 Iteynolda, J. 11. 3 tin) a work and 1 dayt hauling 1.00 1.00 Canon, M. II., 3 dayt work and 3 dayt hauling .. . .. . 1.80 daya work 1.80 Wataon Ealea, 1 dara work.. . 1.00 Floyd. J. II., 1 daya 1.00 Wataon, Irzra, 1 l.OO Ilray, Elmer, 1 daya work 0.00 Weddle, A. J., 1 daya work Carann, E. V., 2 daya work and 2 . ........ daya hauling 4.60 6.00 Lutea, Greeley, 3 daya hauling and 30 loads grave! . .... 4.00 3.00 Martin, E. 1'., 3 da)t work 3.00 Cooper, Elmer, 2 dayt work and 1 daya hauling ... 1 80 Martin, K. L., 3 daya hauling and 35 loadt gravel ......... ................ 9.30 1.00 Martin, Jeaaie, 3 daya work 1.80 Coffey, Jim Terry, 3 daya work 1.00 Keichenbach, Chaa. 3 daya work. 1.00 Iteichenbach. John, 3 daya work l.OO Cameniarh, Chat., 3 dayt work... ... 1.00 Cooper, H. II., 3 daya hauling .. 1.80 Cooper, K. 1'., 3 daya work. l.OO Gatlberry, Jamea, 3 daya work. 1.80 Cameniacli. John, 3 daya work. 1.00 W'immer, Henry, 3 daya work. 1.80 Webber, Ferdenand, 3 daya work... w 1.00 Petrey, John, 3 dava work 1.20 Felton, Adolph, 1 aayt work and 2 . dayt hauling .. ..... .. ........ 1.00 .. 1.00 Heck, Frank, 3 dayt work. Benny, Jaraea, 3 dayt work.. 6.00 f. 00 Denny, W. T., 3 daya 6.00 Hirda, Addir, 3 dan work Denny, Wm., 1 dayt work and 2 dayt hauling ... -- . . ....... 5.80 1.00 Miller, Anton, 3 dayt work 1.00 Griffin, John E.. 3 dayt ..... 1.00 Griffin, Ed, 3 daya work. 1.00 Griffin, Harvey, 3 daya oi ........ 1.60 Kilbaaaa, A., 3 dayt wwrt .mM Killiaifa, Hubbard, 3 daya work 3.80 Grimn, Sam, 3 daya wor... ........ Cummina, Jette Lee, 3 daya hauling 7.80 Denny, J. T., 3 daya work Curamina.eJohn, 3 daya work........ 7.80 Diahon, Wm., building bridge........ 7.08 Dudderar, 8. K., 6 daya hauling (two ....... ........ teama) ... 7.80 Naylor, John, 2 daya work , ........ Lawrence. Kobert, 2 daya work...... .. 11.00 Pepplea, J. K., 1 daya work.... .00 Burton, M. 8., 3 dayt work.......... Wella, J. W., 3 da)t work ....a 7.00 Martin, John, 3 dayt work 6.00 McKinney, Waller, 3 daya work. 0.00 Lucaa, Walter, 3 daya work and 3 dayt hauling . 7.00 Burdette, Gum, 3 daya work... 1.80 William.. J. Bi, 3 daya work and 3 daya hauling ... 1.80 Frederick. Vergil, 3 daya work. 7.80 Mobley, Everitt, 3 daya work... ... Cannady, J. 0., 3 daya work...... ... 7.80 Mobley, Mack, 3 daya work and 1 daya hauling .. . .......... 7.80 IteynoIJr, Edgar, 3 daya work and 3 dayt hauling .. ... .......... 5.80 Martin, Calvin. 3 dayt work.. ........ McElfreih. Walter, 3 dayt work. 7.80 Brown Frank, 3 dayt work 1.80 Lyont, Claude, 3 dayt work. l.hl) Singleton, Chat., 3 daya work..... 1.80 Singleton. Clay. 3 dava work singleton, Mie.nurf, 3 daya work...... 7.80 McKinney, John, 3 da) a work and 6 .. uayt iiauung ... ............ 2.00 1.80 Dararon. Owen. 3 dava work 1.80 Wilton, M. K. 3 daya work and 3 davt hauline 1.00 1.80 Wade, Wm., 3 da)a work Kilfe, Geo., 3 daya work ........... 1.00 1.80 Woodton. Wm.. 3 davt work 1.80 Smith, 11., 3 dayt work ............. . 4.00 Smith, Geo., 3 dayt work 3.00 Kichardt, P. II., 3 dayt work 7.50 Damron, liobt., 3 dan work, 3 daya hauling and 920 fret lumber 3.05 Lyon., Abe, 2 dayt work and 1 daya hauling .. ..... . 7.60 Damron, Samutl, 4 da)a hauling and 52 load, gravel .. . 7.60 1 dan hauling.. Earlrt. W. T., 7.80 Sunt & Baktin, 95 loada gravel Wade. Mr.. D. E.. 22 loada rravel daya work.... 7.80 Montgomery, Tom, 2 Itedd, J. '!., 3 da) a hauling dayt hauling 5.80 Collier, Clarence, 2 Owaley, Wet, 2 da)t work. . ... davt work 5.80 Montgomery. Willie. 2 Jamta, Garten, 3 dayt work... 7.80 uaruer, inaa., i i i tiaya work dayt work 3.15 Kdmi.ton, Jim, 2 da), work... 3.02 Oak., Van, 2 dayt work 1.00 Wren, Holer, 2 l.Mi Wren, Ete, 2 dayt work 1.H0 Collier, Harry, 3 da), work 1.00 Collier, Blum, 3 daya work l.HO Holtirlaw, Oacar, 2 daya work 1.20 Jamet, Albert, 3 day. work. 1.00 King, John, 3 daya hauling.. . . .... , 1.00 Hunter. John. 3 dava hauhnip Chandler, Dick, 2 da), hauling 6.00 King, J. W., 3 da)a hauling 1.00 Holme., Geo., 1 da) a hauling 1.80 Collier, Hubert, 2 daya work. . . Dunn, M. V., a dayt work and 3 dayt hauling 5.80 1.00 llaker, Sam, 3 daya work 1.00 Hence, (Hear, 25 loadt gravel 1.80 Davit, F. W., 3 daya work and 3 1.00 dan hauling 1.00 Skiduiorv, Johu, 3 dan work Kobbint, J, 11 , 3 dayt work 7.80 Davit, Jamri, 3 dayt work l.OO Flaughrr, Jacob, 3 daya work l.HO Kirkpatrick, Wm., 3 daya wurk 7.50 Adkiua, Wm., 3 daya work. 3.20 llurkr, E., 3 dayt work Slrattun, Joe, 3 dayt work. 40.75 Stratton, Jack, 3 dayt work .... 1.00 Manuel, Thoma., 2 daya work .. 1.20 Suinmert. Morrit, J da) a work 1.20 Gilpin, Sam, 3 dayt work 1.20 Ilurkttt, bam, 3 da) a woit 1.20 Ttrry, Ed, 3 dayt work 1.20 Kirkpatrick, Jamet, 3 dan work , 1.20 llaugh, Chat., 3 dan work 1.20 Grifnu, John, 3 dayt wurk 1,20 Green, JaHiet, 3 dayt hauling and 70 had. gravel 1.20 1.20 Miracle, Cha.., 2 daya hauling 1.30 White, Frlii, 1 dayt hauling kauling 1.20 1.20 Hriglit, Uriah, 30 loadt gravel . 3 itiit. wrk 1.30 htMNjimtuure. Jai-k1.20 McKechnie. Houa, 3 dayt work 1.20 Shvrreii, Si.ley, 3 dayt work 1.20 Croucher, Jim, 2 dayt Work 1.20 Gooch, Pryton, 3 daya wurk Vi'm 120 Franklin, Sam, , 3 dayt wurk 3 daya wurk 1.20 Caatellu, dayt 1.20 Ilackley, Mrrid'th, 3 .....L wurk .. a ua) 4.00 IIiui, tfvuu, u .1... u,. 1.20 Southern, Thouiai, 3 dayt work .. . . 1.20 rtuui. n. u, 3 uan work 1.20 Dunagan, W. L., 1 day. work and 3 uayt oaunng 1.20 1.20 Ku.t, Alet, 3 daya work 1.30 Lamb, Mark, 3 daya wurk 1.20 HrMuJu,, Win.. 3 daya work.. ...;. 1.20 Auitln, Kid, 3 dayt work......... .. 1.30 Hrdwu, Ben, 3 dan work 1.20 Privet!, Fuunt, 3 dayt work, and 73 loadt gravel . 1,311 iw. 1,20 Trite, Johu, 3 dayt work......... 1.20 Trite, Oto., 3 dayt work ,, u uu Vandetrer, Lnclan, 3 dtyt work... lltnghmtn, Jonrt, 3 dayt hanllnc. ..... Carter. Bird, 2 dayt work Meadow t, Jake, 3 dtyt work Johnton, Thoa. 3 dtyt work Clarkaon. eo, 1 dtyt work... (Itddlt, Wet. 2 dara work Owrna, Wlllia, 3 daya work Wllkerton, Arthur, 3 dtyt work .. ... McOIll, tien 3 dayt work... . . ... Uteele, Iteymond, 3 dayt work...., llnrton. Joteph, 3 daya work........ ork.. Hmlth, Thot. J laya (looch, John. 3 dtrt work. Ilrncf, Kobert, 1 dtyt work ...... Ntnler, Thot, 3 dtyt work. Hiker, Chrla. 3 daya wark..... (laJdlf, Hubert, 3 dayt work . . . .. .. trr ....... .... work.. . ... work.. ... ...... .. .. . . . ............ . ...... ... .. .... . A. n, S dayt work J. 0, S daya work Brock, Wm., 3 dayt work.. Brown, John, 3 daya work.. .. Thnrman, Irflcher, II dayt work. Walla, Dick, 3 daya work Eaton, Archie, 3 dayt work... . Cloyd, Newman, 3 dayt work i.ait itenntm, .i. i- 2 uayt worn... 1.30 Carpenter, John, 3 dayt work.. . 1.30 Carpenter, Bright, 3 dayt work.. 1.20 Coddle, I,rta, 3 dayt work. 1.30 r.inoii, v ii., a tiaya work. 1.30 Anatirt, Nick, 3 dayt work .60 Btngh, It U, .1 dayt hauling and 2IMI feet lumber 1.30 l.SO Allord, Geo., ,1 dayt hauling 1.30 Floyd, II , 3 daya hauling and 40 load, gravel 1.30 1.20 Donglaaa, Sam, 5 dayt banting.. 1.30 Donglaaa, Will, B daya hauling 1.20 Smith, (Hirer. 3 dayt hauling 1 20 Drnham, C. J , 3 daya hauling and 131 loadt gravil 1.30 4.00 Drnham. J T , 3 dayt work and a daya hailing and 170 loadt gravel 3.00 6.75 Eaton, Wm., 6 dayt haullnc and 35 . 1.00 loadt gravel Henry, .1 daya hauling 3.S5 Allord, 3 dava hauling John, 1.00 Doutlata, , 3 daya hauling Floyd, 1.0,1 Drnham, Virgil, J dayt hauling.. 1.00 Smith, Crlt. 3 daya hauling l.OO Cannon, Walter, 3 daya hauling.. . . 1.30 Maaon, M. II , 06 loada gravel 1.00 Howard, E. M., 3 dayt work ami 00 1.80 loada gravel l.OO AuMIn, Wm., 3 daya work 1.00 Walla, J. W , 1 1 2 daya work. . . 1.00 Wall!, Zac, 3 dayt work 1.00 McKinney. Wm , 3 daya work. 1.81 MtilT. Ilenrre. 3 dava work. 1.00 Trtnty, Edgar. 3 dayt work a tiaya wort. . . .Myera, 1.00 Sluder. i larenre, 3 davt work... Everitt. 1.00 Auttln, Dick, 3 dayt work 1.00 Kobinaon, m , 3 daya ork .90 W. A., 3 daya work 1.00 Smnrk. Sampaon, llmlley, 3 daya work. 1.80 I'angnerty. w i(., a aayt wora ami 3 dava haullnc 7.00 Young, Curtla, 3 daya work and 10.20 gravel 14.00) . . 6.(1" Jonra, Henry, 3 dayt work 6.00 Lut-lrr- , K T., 3 dvyt work ..... Ijewia, ! tiaya wor 5 00 I.uater Thnrnaa, 3 .... Hale, work. . 6.00 Baugh, Arthur, 3dan daya work 1.00 Millir, Jamea, 3 daya work Burton. John G.. 3 dava work.. ..... 5.80 Sampaon, Alvry, 3 daya work 2.00 Sampaon, Keymond, 3 daya work . 1.00 Daughetty, W. S 3 dayt work 1.80 iiaugncrtv, f. u , a 3uayt wora... . 1.00 Danahcrtr. Morria. dava work 1.00 Sampaon, N. W., 3 dayt hauling.. .. l.OO liaugncrtr. Vi . 11., 3 uayt naming 1.00 llrnog, John, 3 dayt hauling. 1.50 Hailey, Ed, 3 dayt hauling 1.00 llodner, 3 dayt work and 1 daya 1.00 hauling 1 .05 dayt hauling... Mathenry, Sam, 1 21 30 Diahon, W. F, 3 da) a h.orng .90 Daiicherty, W. It., aleepert 1.20 Mnnrry, Kobert, 3 daya work and 3 .00 daya hauling 1.30 Williama, Nute, 3 daya work and 3H .90 uaya naming Krynolda, V. M., 3 da) a work and 3 2.20 daya hauling a 1.20 Kidd, J. II., 3 dan work and 1.20 daya hauling 1.2(1 11., Carter, 3 dayt work and 3 .90 daya hauling 1.20 Lay, Took, 3 day. work . 1.20 Ilaya, J. A., 3 daya work 1.20 Eubanka, M. F., 3 tiaya work. 4 1.20 daya hauling and 550 feet lumber 1.20 Same, ailla for bridge Denny, Jaa., 3 riaya work 3.90 Denny, Geo. A. 3 daya work Smith, John W., 3 daya work 4.30 Wallace, J. W.. 3 daya work Cash, J. A., 5 daya hauling 6.20 Iaaara, Dr. II. H., 3 daya work .90 Albright, J. II., 3 dayt work. 90 Hrmii, Dan, 3 daya work .90 Elder. G. II., 3 dayt work and 3 .BO ..... dayt hauling .60 Elder. John, 3 da) a work and 3 daya hauling 5.20 Blanlon, M. S., 3 daya work, 3 daya hauling and 179 loada gravel 7.50 Blanton, Oliver, 3 daya work and 3 1.80 daya hauling .. .. and 3 Wilaon, Jamea, 3 daya 3.20 daya hauling Wilaon, John, 3 dayt work and 3 7.15 da) a hauling ... .. 1.00 Stephenmn, Eph. 3 daya work. 1.00 llaker, Jamea, 3 dan work 1.0(1 Oahurn, Monroe, 3 days work 1.00 Howard, Garfield, 3 dayt wofk and 3 1.00 . .... . daya hauling. . ll.OO Armstrong, Chaa , 3 daya work. 1.80 Lefever. John, 3 daya work, 3 daya 1.00 hauling and 30 loada gravel.. . .. 1.00 Coldiron, Geo., 3 daya work, 3 dayt 1.00 hauling and 65 loada gravel 1.80 Blanton. Brn, 3 daya work 1.80 Etlwarda, II. L., 3 daya work and 3 ..... daya hauling 4.60 Edwarda, T. II., .1 daya work and 3 1.00 daya hauling 1.60 Edwarda, W. E., 3 daya work and 3 1.00 dayt hauling and 140 feet lumber 1.80 Eubanka, F. N., 3 dayt work, 3 dayt hauling and 000 feet lumber, nallt 4.60 Bill, W. C, 3 daya work 1.00 Bell, M. M.. 3 dayt work and 2 1.80 dayt hauling... 1.00 Elba, T. J., 3 daya work 1.80 Johnton, J. E., 3 daya work.. ..... 1.80 Bell, W. C. 3 daya work 1.00 E.tet, W, P., 3 dajt work ... 1.80 Eetea, Erneat, 3 daya work 6.00 Sima, Geo, 3 daya work and 3 1 80 dayt hauling ...................... 1.00 Sima, Oacar, 3 dayt work.. 21.66 l.eeper, George, 3 tlayt work...... Ealea, Samuel, 3 dayt wrr........ ... 24.00 Ettea. Hud, 3 day. work 1.20 Smith, Ebelee, 3 days work and 1 1.20 ... dayt hauling .60 Smith, Edgar, 3 tiaya wart l.OO Auftin, Bud, 3 daya work and 3 1.00 daya hauling. 1.80 Anatin, Theodore, 3 dan work 1.80 Estea, Vergil, 3 daya work Eatea, T. M., 3 daya work 7.0(1 Walla, Walter, 3 dayt work 1.80 Extra, Geo , 3 daya work Eatea, Kobert, 3 dayt work, 3 7.60 dayt hauling and 6 loada gravel... 1.80 Eatea, !!., 3 daya work 1.00 Montgomery, Carey, 3 dayt work. . .. 1.80 Sims, Clarence, 3 dayt work and 4 dayt hauling 3.00 fiimi, Cicero, 3 dayt work... ... ..... r.inoti, uay, a dayt work ant 2 7.00 daya hauling .. .. . l.OO Delk, Zach, 3 dayt work and 2 1.00 dava hauling ... 1.00 Lucaa, Ed, 3 dayt work ... 1.00 Lucat. Etra. 3 daya work.. .. .. . .. 1.00 Carrier, Vergil, 3 dayt work and 2 ',4 1.80 daya hauling ... 1.00 Carrier, Clint, 3 tlayt work... ... Flttrher. Bud. .1 dava work... .. 13.30 Wilcher, Oeo., 3 dayt work ... .... 1.60 Auatin, Jaaun, 3 dayt work.. . . , lnyart, John, 3 dava work. . . 7.60 Harnett, Enoch, 3 daya work.. 1.60 Eatea, C. F., 3 data work.. .... 1.00 Elliott, Luther, 3 daya work. 3 1.80 dayt hauling and 07 loadt gravel 1.80 Eitea, Geo. W., 3 daya hauling ,. 1.00 We.lty, Jamea, 2 daya vauling.... 1.80 llattln, Clarrnee, 3 da) a hanling and 910 feet lumber 23.35 Tooiubt, Henry, 1 2 dayt hauling.. .. day hauling Smith, J. S, 4.20 Walla, Jacob, day hauliug HaMin, Morgan, 71 loadt gravel.. . .. 10.10 Elliott, I). (1., 45 loada gravel 2.00 Auttln, Arch, bridge tilla 4.75 Montgomery, Oto., lumUr 1.10 Smith, Zora, 4 dayt hauling 1.50 Elliott, Luther, nallt and taw bill. .. O.UU Eitrt, T, M.. 2 dayt wora (1913) 5.00 Ettea, C. M., 3 dayt work and 3 1.50 daya hauling l.SO Iteynolda, Oacar, 3 da)a work, 3 da)l 1,--0 hauling and 100 loada gratel 1.50 Aduma, Ed., 3 daya work and 3 l.SO da), hauling 1 .50 Dunlap, K. W., 3 dayt work and 3 1.5(1 da) a hauling 1.20 (laatineau, John, 3 dayt work and 2 1.80 tlayt hauling 1.60 Bell, J. T., 3 dayt work and 3 1.20 tiaya hauling l.HO Hell, Wm., 2 da) a work and 2 dayt 0.00 hauling 0.00 E.tet, Edward, 3 daya work ami 3 4.00 day. hauling 6.00 E.tet, Wallir,3 duyt work and 3 2.00 tlayt hauling 1.20 Childrrtt, Sid, 3 da) a work and 3 dayt hauling 7,60 Singleton, Herahall, 3 dayt wurk and 1.00 2 daya hauling 1.25 Singleton, Charltt, 3 dayt work and 2 dan htuling 7.60 Sunt, (1. W., 3 dayt work 1.0(1 Manning, J. II., 3 da)t work 1.20 Steven., N. II . 3 dan wurk 1.00 Smith, Geo , 3 daya work.. ... . 1.80 Smith, Vernon, 3 dayt work 1.80 Sirat, Boney, 3 daya work 1.00 Miller. Elilah. davt work 1.00 Miller, Wm,, 3 daya work 1.60 itigiuy, aiai, a uayt work . .. . l.nO Naylor, Tom, 3 dan work... ... .. 1.20 Brredlovr, Toui, 3 daya work.. ... 1.00 lyehouae. Booth, 3 duyt work... 1.00 viuu. jirnrr. J aan work 1.60 Lawn lire, Frank, 3 dayt work and l.HO daya hauling.... 1.0(1 Kite., H. 6., 3 daya wurk and 3 1.0U dayt hauling 1.00 Cuminint, Wm., 3 dayt work Kirr, Charlrt, 2 daya wurk and 2 9.50 dan hauling 4.00 Smith, John, 2 dayt work and 2 2.00 da)t hauling 2.00 Garmr, l'rlte, 2 dayt work and 2 1.50 dayt hauling l.HO Martin, Leonard, 2 daya work and 2 1.00 dayt hauling l.HO Martin, Kubert, 2 dayt wurk and 2 1.20 dayt hauling l.HO Itubinuin, link, 2 dayt wurk and 2 l.HO d)a hauling 1 HO Edwarda, G. W 3 dayt work and 4 l.tll da) a hauling 1.60 Same, naila 1 HO Newland, Joaeph, 24 loada gravel.... 1.60 Nrwlaud, Henry, 5 loada gran I Illfgin., Link, 3 dayt work 6.60 Perklnt, Wm., 3 dayt work 1.00 Elam, (r F, 2 dayt work... l.HO KUru, Piter, 2 dayt wtrk 1.00 Nrviut, Calvin, 3 uayt wurk .. ...'. .. 1.00 Klgby, Gruvir, 2 dayt work... 1.B0 Mollay. Bud. 2 dava work. Johnaon, Sam, 2 duyt work 5,46 nenrunce, ueo., aayt work ........ l.oo Shaw, Frtd, 2 dayt ork.... .1.60 rrice, nay, a aaya work. 1.30 4.00 1.30 1.30 1.30 .60 1.30 I 00 Welch, Welch, . 1.60 Hiikley, Thomaa, 1 dayt work 1.00 I'a-r- e, Jamet, 3 dtrt work l.OO Payne, Harlrnn, 8 daya work. 1.00 Payne. W M., 3 dtyt work 1.00 Pa- - n. John, I tlayt work I On 1 1 .. . . . oo 00 1.30 1.00 l.OO 1.00 1.80 1.00 K50 6.00 10 50 0.00 6.00 tlayt hauling 6.00 Sima, Fred, .... daya work .1 J., 3 dart work and 13 55 Fnlennlierry. 3 tit) a hauling daya work 16.70 Smith, J.Crlm. 3 3dart work and 3 dayt Kred, J., .. .. hanling 13.35 William., M. F, J daya wrk 6(H) Drowning, Jake, 3 dara we.rk . . 6.00 llrnry, J N, 3 dan wvtk 6 0ti Polard. llrnry, S daya wark ,1 daya work 6.00 Delk. (lt-6.00 Yitrnm. Elvis 3 daya wtk 600 Hucliet. Irtb. 3 daya work 4 30 Williama. Millard, 3 day. hauling Kowland. Alfred. 3 dayt haullnc 6 211 Ftdey. John. 3 dava wwrk, 5 davt l.OO 1 Conk, H It , 3 1 3 dart work King, Speed, 3 dart work. King, John, 3 dayt work .. . Johnaon, John, 3 dtyt work Shtw, Thoa , 3 daya work While, It. V, 3 dayt work .. . Kendrlrk, Ike, 3 dayt work Johnton, Ales, 3 tiaya work . Delaney, Alfred, 3 dayt work. Newland, Allien, 3 dart work Martin, Van Toy, 3 dayt work llnlttclaw, II. I)., 1016 feet lumber Duddrrar, H, K work on county road, 1913 Morrit., 3 dtyt work and 3 Farria, ..... Vl SO ... .. l.OO 1 00 l.KO l.OO l.OO 1'kinren, Thot. 1 daya wot 1.00 Chambers, Wm . 3 tiaya work . 1.00 ueo Jr . aayt wora tiaya work l.OO Pahvant, treat. Sr, l.OO Parker, (too. 3 ifatl wok toada goavrt -WonMv. (too, 7.00 liirkarlon. K A . 0 Ktada gratrl Foler. Kay. I days work S.il) Hester. Borrfc. dart work and l.OO dayt htoltng 1 00 Dunn. Oootry. - 3 days work and 1 00 davt hauhnt1 30 dayt work and Oover. C 1 oo dayt hauling 1 30 Morria, II 11 , 3 dayt work and Shcrtdan. 1 daya wwrk and 5 . haaltnc Johnaon. II 1. . 3 I tlayt work .layi wora, ,v tyt rnveM. Htntm. hauHnr. 13 loada aratol TriroWe. Perry, IS loads travel Iaeh, ,Un k,nllaf atHl INI feet hamher . .. 3 3 3 0.9 1 HO 1 oo . ve: ...... . . . . .. .. ....m . .. . . . .. .. 6.00 5.00 raulknrr, run, 10 loaua gr.tei . . 6.00 Dithon, J W, 3 dayt work and 3 tlaja hauling 6.00 Denron. F M . 3 dava work.. 3.30 Thompson, Eugene, 3 daya work 3.00 Denton, l.uie, 3 daya work. .. . 4.00 Wilaon. Aahford. 3 dan work 1.00 Ttrhanti, Fred, 3 tlayt work .itaawetne, Jacob, :i dayt woik 7.80 Anderson, Arch, 3 tlayt work.. ... Keynohis, jonn, 3 tlayt wora 7.00 llama, J. II., 3 da) a work and 3 dan hanling . . 7.80 Ilutta. Ollir. 3 dava wort.. Broughton, Daniel, 3 daya wok and 8.55 3 days hauling Grlggin, J. (., 3 days work 7.00 rarris, Jamea, 3 days work l.oo Carptntrr, J. (1.. Jr, 3 days work 1.80 and 4H loada gravel Til ties, Frank, 3 daya work.. 16.00 Tittlea, Geo., 3 daya work 3.00 .loiinton. .uate, i uayt wora .. .. 1.00 Elam, Wm, 3 dtyt work and 3 1.00 da) l hauling 1.011 living., Frarier, 1 dayt work 1.00 (Irifr.n, W. II., 3 days work . .. 9.00 Frailer, Kutan, 3 dayt work 1.00 Goga, Jamra, 3 daya work.. . 1.00 Aiidrraon, A. J., 3 dan work and 3 1.00 dayt hauling Chappell, Mogan, 3 tiaya rk anil 3 da) a hauling 5.00 Gowlr, John, 3 daya work and 3 tiaya hauling 7.80 Case, Sara, 2 daya hauling 16.75 Lane. Tom, 3 data work (lover. It. (1., 2tlaya hauling .. Onalott. W A., & daya hauling Ford, Hob. 1 daya hauling 7.80 Ferrtll. Harry, 1 data hauling... Tarkington, Ervin, 4 daya hauling .. . 7.00 llrown, Albert. 3 tiaya hauling. 1.00 Carter. Marthall, 3 da)t work... . 1.00 Murphy, Nute. 3 day. wurk 1.8(1 Murphy, Charlie, 3 daja work . . . Mullina, Charlie, 3 daya work.. .. 5.80 Carter. Jeaae. 3 tiaya work 1.00 Hanchman, Henry. 3 daya work. . (Mem, Jack, 2 daya work Ilughea, Parker, 3 dayt wurk Ferrell, Helm, 3 daya work.. 11.05 Ethridgr. Plate, 3 dayt work. l.HO Harlow, John, 3 dayt work Gondr, W It. 3 da)t work 7.00 Coffman, Jim, 3 tlayt work . Hrown, Albert, 3 tiaya work 7.80 Kutarll, C. C. 3 daya work .. Carter. Jeat, 3 dt)t hauling.. , 51 loada gravel 9.90 Ferrell , 39 loada gravel.. Omtott. ork 20.05 Ferrtll, Harry, 3 daya 1.00 Baughman, Henry, 500 feet lumber Evanr, J. M 11 loads gravel 5.80 llorker, J. 11 , 3 davt work .. 1.00 Powell, B. D., 5 Ibt dynamite and capt ... .. .. 1.00 1.60 Gotich, F. S. & Co , material for roada Wtntiel, John, 3 daya work and naila 1.80 1.60 Meredith, Jamea, 3 daya work and 2 daya plowing 7.00 Mertdith, John, 3 daya work.. 1.00 Meredith, Haford, ri tiaya work.. 1.00 Stickler, Ernest. 3 tlayt work.. 1.00 Stickler, Amanda, 1 dayt hauling an I 5 loada gravel 1.00 GtKtx, Fred, 3 daya work. 3 dayt hauling and H loads gravel 3.60 1.80 Heiner. Anton, 3 da) a work.. daya work Hitderbrandt, John, 3 1 tiaya hauling, 0 loada gravel 8.55 1.00 Erwin. Chris, 3 da)a wric, 1 da)a hauling and 5 loads uraet-- :. . . l.OO 1.00 Hildebrandt, Henry, 3 lays wn . .. 1.00 Erwin. Joaeph. 3 dan work. .. . 1.00 Trub, Chat., 150 feet lumber. Srhrait. Hugo, lumber 1913 . 0.05 Stott, Albert, 3 daya work and 3 daya hauling ... 1.00 1.80 Scott, Ed. 3 days work .. Scot, llarrt. 3 dava work.. 9.30 Gooch, John M., 3 day. work and 3 uayt nauiing 1.80 Flanery, Wm , 3 tlayt work and 3 dayt 6.80 Ktgaby. hauling Thoa.. 3 data work Sudtlulh, Geo , 3 daya work.. 6.80 GotH-hSam, 3daya wurk... . .. l.OO Wm., 1.60 Gooch, N. E., 3 tlayt work 3 daya work Hull, 6.80 Mutt. Cap, 3 tlayt work.. Henka. (1. 3 dava work 1.0(1 1.80 Burton, David, 3 dayt work . . 1.80 Hurton, Clarence, 3 dayt work l.HO Erntt, Joe, S daya worn Granville, 3 1.00 Yuung, Wm Tl ft.vi. dayt wurk.. tint-l1.60 llenku. Kichardatin, Chaa., 3 daya wurk.. 180 II Skidmore, Jaa , 2 daya work . . 12 90 Hunch, Jat., 3 dayt work and 1 aaya naming 6.00 Hodge, Wm , a da)T work.. 5.00 Hodge, .! K , B dayt work 19,10 Cullina, Arthur, 1 daya work work... 1.00 Grien, John, 3 day dayt work and 4 1.00 Griffin, Edgar, 3 dayt 1.00 GriRin, hauling 3 J. T., da)t work, 4 dayt 3.55 hauling and 2.25 Kogert, A., 3 1020 fret lumber daya wort-'-. 3.50 hauling 1.50 Gtlliland. E. (1.. 3 daya lia-- ng Iterd, John G , 2 daya 7.50 Hall, Nathan, 4.00 Hurton, Frank, 2 1 daya haul'ng da)a hauling.. 1.50 Douglai, 1 dayt hauling Batter, .Met, 3 daya wurk und 3 7.80 tlayt hauling , Waller, 12.60 Johnson, w. M., 33 tlu)a work llooih, da)t work. 7.80 Kidd, John, 3 3 data wurk Kidd, Euzy, dayt work. Htn.on, 7.80 Juhiisou. Jamea, 3 3 tla)v work II. I,., dayt work and 1 tlayt hauling 6.80 Ouocn, Flank, 3 daya work Ike, 3 daya work 7.80 Carter, Fred, 3 days hauling Gooch, Johnaon, Logan, 3 daya hauling.. Marlow, Frtnrh, 3 daya hauling 7.00 .lone., W F., 3 3dayt hauling OiKh, George, dayt hauling 7.80 Marlow, Frmch, 200 fret luiul.tr.. . Jonet, W. F., H4 loadt gravi. 7.60 Gooch, T J., 3 dan work and 4 dayt hauling 6.80 Prrkint, J. II., 3 daya work.. Onutt. llert. 3 data work... 5.80 June., Ed, 3 da) a work and 1 12 nay. naming 1.00 1.00 Perklnt, U. F, 3 da) a work and 3 daya 1.00 Moorr. hauling 3 . . Hutd. data work l.oo l.HO Ihompaun, Monrui, 3 dayt work and 2 1.60 Glatt. dayt hauling Adlia. 2 12 dava haulm .30 1.00 I Jonet, Granville, 3 dayt wurk and 2 1 2 dayt hauliug .. . . l.HO W.. 1 1.60 Carpenter, O. 3 daya dayt hauling. . work, 3 tlayt l.HO (litis, Adlia, hauling 1.80 Whetltr, and 655 feet lumber... J. It., 3 dan work and 12 1.00 l.OO 1.00 1 00 l.OO tiara hauling Freeman, J A., 3 daya work Morria. David. 2 dava work . Tucker, Jamea, 3 daya work Tucktr, Geo. 2 daya wark.. Ilockrr, Joe, 2 daya work Owrna, Charlie, I daya work 3 .. . . . . .... . ,60 Frye, Harry, S dirt htnllngh. hauling Koaeoe, 3 . . 1.00 Ilattln, J. V, 3 dayt work.. 1.30 Dnnaway, Chat., 3 dtyt work and 7 .60 loadt grtrel .. .. V.R0 3 dayt work Ilnnne, J ll 1 30 tlawra, Charley, 3 tlayt work 1.30 Shanka, Nat. 3 dayt w.r l.OO Ilaya, Clarence, 3 dayt work.. I 30 Maybrlar. Harry. 3 dayt work and , . 1 1 3 dayt hanling 130 1.30 Maybrlar. J. T., 3 daya work and 1 1 3 dayt hanling 1.00 .. 1 30 nitter, Joe, 3 dayt work.. . 1.30 Getkey, Willie, 3 dayt work 1.30 Splrrt, llnrton, 4 daya hauling. 13.23 (lerkey, 0 O, I daya hauling., y.wallen, Sam, 10 loada gravel.. 0.00 Moaehart, Mat, I dayt work, 3 dayt hauling and 130 loads gravel.. daya work and 6.90 Waldnrr, John, 1 . 1 00 I 1 3 dayt hanling Joseph, 3 dayt work and 1 Srotwrll, ...... .lata hatttttl dart work and -Zeller. Wm 3 .. ilaya hanling . 5.00 McElfreih, Claude, 1 dayt work, 3 hanling l.OO dan l.OO Wilson, John, 1 3 tlayt work, 1 3 l.OO tint htuling . l.OO (Iran, lien, 1 tlayt work end 3 tlayt 1 00 .. hauling .. 1.00 Galloway, Marlon, 3 dart hauling.. .. l.OO ,. .,.,-.- .. llrnetlarl, tsm, ,i 4 00 Henri, 3 dart work 4.00 Seolwrll. .. llrowning, jonn, j uan wot. H. ii,.n,ne. John. 3 3 dava work. . .. . 36.30 Thornton. dava work Grrr, 3 day! rcrk... . . 10 Htl Th"rr.tor. nave, ;i tiaya wora. Knoefile, 5.00 Feistreleher, Andy, 3 days wotk. Wilaon, Ambrose, " ds)s work . .. 11 40 Itothorll, Sam, a dayt tejrt.. . ,u Wm , 3 days wjr . MrOann, 1 00 . . tihbsrker. Mairv. 1 data work l.OO Mono, Henry, 3 I 3 dayt wark 1.0(1 dtft work. llnt,ls. John.3 3daya work and rnck l.OO Gooch, W D , 1.00 .. . tiaya wora. I. . . 1.00 rotter, Thomaa, - 3 daya work and 3 .40 Hrent. haultnrf ilssa 1.00 Smith. W. It . 3 dava work. Cook, .1. P., 3 1 3 ilaya hauling... 5.30 I'rpper, It. uayt wora. Alfred, 3 dayt work.. 5.20 Soope, vtm., J tltyt wora. Iltwlie, Parish. Wm, 3 dayt work 5.30 Carpenter, Alfred, 3 dayc work , anu a tiaya eor 5.30 limine, II. II Hv hiitllntf 1.30 GtKh, Jat. E. 3 dayt work and 3 1.30 ttaya naming 1.20 11.11. Willie. 3 dava work. 1.30 Withers. John S 3 days work.. 1.20 Gutfh, Ull'iirn, 1 dayt work and 1 2 ,60 daya .95 Hoiklna, hauling 3 data work. Chaa, Ilogrra, (leorre, 3 days work.. 5.00 llniimLhel!. 1'ere. 3 dava work. l.HO Howard, Ken, 3 daya work and 3 l.OO . .. dayt l.0 Shatltr, hauling 3 daya work Henry, 1.00 work.. Ing, Wm , 3 dayadaya work.. . . 1.00 Wren, llurdine, 3 1.0(1 il tiaya wora.. l.HO Ileiitlrirknin, P., I.3 J., dayt work and 1 II l.OO Imb. hauling . tlayt Aaron, 3 daya work and 3 7 00 Simpson,hauling data 1 00 .. . GrIRIn, Frank, 3 .la) a work . Albert, 3 7.0 Hasty, Jamra, 3 daya work tlayt work l.amb. 1 00 Hruminett. Sherman, 3 dayt work.. .. 1 oo Howard, John G , 3 daya work Wm . 3 da)a work 4.10 llrllon, W M . 3 daya wurk and 3 Ilruck, l.OO dayt hauling 1 ltd . .. .. Brock, John, 3 days work l.HO Iltdtlam, W. T., 3 dan work .. . Locket, George, 3 daya work. 7.00 Hughes, Dr . 2 days work and 2 .60 . . days hauling 1.0(1 llrndriekson. (I. P.. 3 dava work. 3 I 00 dava hauling and 3(01 feet lumber l.oo Wotiddy, George, 3 daya hauling, and 2t l,m,I 7.0(1 Singleton, ai.tel 3 da)a lauling .Martin, (one horse team) 7.00 Jenkins, Huh. 1 2 days hauling (one horse team) 7.00 Sweeny. Howard. 3 dayt hauling too (one horse learn) 1 00 Walla. Harden, 3 tlayt work, 4.00 llarcard. Tall, 3 dan work. 0.00 Mull. Jtmes. 3 days work.. 2 00 Guoeh, Mtrtin, 3 dtyt wurk. 3.00 (roorh, (leo 3 dais work. .. 7 SO Mellee, T D. 3 dais work 0.00 TritnMe, Hatch, 3 days work .. l.oo Jenkins. Hub, 1 I 3 days work.. . l.HO Ilinson, Iluller. 3 daya work.. l.0 Sweeney, Fount.3 3 ,U)swork outl 1 HO da)t Gooch. ltcubtn, 1 OO (ka.ro. Ijithnr. 3 days work . l.OO Floyd. John, 3 daya work 1.20 !....... t .l.K .,V l.HO Ham. Samuel, 3 daya work. 1.00 ,aBie, 3 psek handlea, nails. black 1.00 smith tsork and sills 1.00 Hubble, W II , 3 days work and 3 1.00 days hauling and 6 sills lor bndgra 1 HO Same, dynamite fuse raps and naila 1.00 May, E. W.. 357 fet lumUr .. l.HO Same, let I sills and 3 dayt haul6.00 ing 2.25 Myera, A (1,3 dayt work and 2 1 3 1.9S days hauling 1.00 Williams, Nennie. 3 da) a work and 1 7.50 13 daya hauling .55 Williams, Eton, 3 daya work 1.00 Williama, Hewitt, 3 daya work Wllluma, Everitt, 3 daya work.. 05 Williams, J. M., 3 daya work 16.91 Hall, Dean, 3 daya work 1.96 Morgan. Wm , 3 tlayt work Hubble. Caleb, 3 tla)t work '.80 May. I... 3 dayt work i 00 Montgomery, 3 daya hauling and 3 l.OO tiaya work (lesa work) 1 00 Shrlton, W O, 3 dayt work and 3 daya hauling . 2.25 Young. S. I., 3 daya work. Wilder. J. II., 3 dan work and 1 0.05 daya hauling l.OO Maaon. M. (., 3 daya stork. Floyd. II. F, 3 dayt work 4.60 Terry. C C. 3 dayt work ami 76 loada gravrl 4.05 KatlirT. Steve, 3 daya work. l.HO Hrittun, P.. 3 data hauling. 1 no Johnson, Ilurd, 3 daya work.. 2.25 Miracle, drover, 3 dayt work.. . 1.20 Miracle, C H. 3 dayt work and 3 dayt hauling 7. SO Miracle, John, 3 dayt vork 1.00 Hooker, John, 3 dayt work, 3 da) a 1.80 hauling, lumber and 70 loada gravel ItatlirT. Neal, 3 tla) a stork. 7.60 Srarbruui:h, James, 1 daya hauling Hurke. E 0,1 dayt hauling 7.00 Hans, Frank W, 3 daja hauling. . l.HO Davia, Harney, 3 daya hauling.. 1.00 McGarvin, Pat, 15 loada gravel.. .. 1.00 l'lauitlirl. Jaiou. lumber 1.00 Daugherty, Chat.. 3 dayt work l.HO Hail. Dellie, 3 dayt work. 1.00 Hurst, lllll.iry, 3 dayt . .. rk l.HO Kobbint, Jake, 3 daya work l.HO Floyd, Jamea, 3 data work . l.HO Floyd. Ernert, 3 daya work .. 1.00 rioyd, Jesse, .i aaya wora. 1.60 Vankook, Kobert, 3 dayt work.. 1 00 Hale, Wm . 3 dayt work 1 00 Gerkey, Kirl, 3 dtyt hauling. 1.20 Daugherty. William. 4 tlayt hauliug . Harness, josh, 3 daya work and 3 4.60 daya hauling .. .. 1 HO Watson, W. It., 3 daya work and 1 1.60 da) a hauling .60 Ileuge, A , 3 days work and 1 1.00 daya hauling MrAllitrr, L. A.. 3 days work, 9.30 l'l.i) forth. Henry, 3 Jays work and 2 dan hauling 24.60 Brown, A , 3 dayt work and I l.HO .. .. dayt hauling 6.011 Hrown, .1. J., 3 dayt work 4. (HI Hrown, Will, 3 dtyt wurk and 1 4.00 dayt hauling 2 00 Hrown, V. II , 3 dayt work 2.00 Hrown, J. II., 3 dayt work ami 2 data hauling .. 7. HO Gtw,rli, Getirge, 3 tlayt work.. 1.00 Hensby, C 0 , 3 dati work. 1.00 Hralt-y- , llollit, 3 daya work l.HO Dtnny, W. M., 2 dayt work and 2 130 Ilndaon, l.tll .!" 1 l.rio I, to .... l.oo i.Ka l,n l.tn ,(IO l,a.(1 .... I.art l.nil I. 'il I.t l.aii l.ao I, no l.ao I, no 1. no l.Kll I.X1 .... 13,00 B.OO ... . . n.oo ia.01) J.rJ 11.00 15. on 1 ... I, 10 no l.nil 1,00 l.iO IXi 1.HO Loo l.t l.HO l.Sli .... . I. no l.eo l.HO l.HO l.HO 1.81' l.HO l.HII I. Htl ... II, OU O.rlO sss n.4S TJ5 o.HO 1.60 IJ0 l.o I. Ml I.Hll l.HII l.SO .... HAJ l.MI ... ... l.eo 5.0O ... .,.; 5.00 I 3. (HI ... 3.06 l.HO Itogero, l.ev!. .1 days work Young. Etertlt. 4 days work. . .. Marmotb, Op, a tiaya work .. Kti.l Sherl, S days work Hntraiihsow, Win , 3 tlayt wtsrk and 1 ttays hauling 1 .lays wtsrk Pile. T II Mil I daya ha a Ii a g MHUlTrj, M. I . wV ph, 3 l.t l.HO 1.80 I.HU S.Sil S .... JMM. .... fill JftatUoMHI, if v Jr Bduhiir K I. haaUJIttf , . !... Wflo I . 7Jtl 3. n I. nO 10.HO 3.00 4.00 l.HO Jwr. X ' R.tiH4t.y, lUn um tMalinc wxtk A iUt S wfk ... mI ..... ln . 5. HO I 60 l.OO l.SO di .wlihtr MrMnft!., .ImHy, (ia htiultritC (1 . H MrMftt. (tarrtwr, X !; k, & a tt..M wfk 1.10 llrtTtn.tlty I2 huhct . 4mf wtrk l.HO ItrawM, loawrriK. 1 HO It . :i iU rW.ii.wrj. wfk I HO McoUuHt-N- , IliiyiUn. & A ft wtk . l.OO 1 HO .. t.yt wrl h1 ... oHhI 18. (0 A 19.SO 3 l.ol) ijx; l.sr . lUjWi. daj i l.HO 3 00 1 Nw. ri.;u, (Iru, 3 , T. It, . .... ... ati 1.20 . (I) a 1.1" .VrwrH. haHliHiC a iUa .00 HKltdirr, Jt4ttt, 3 day wtk.fk. Wm, l.HO a tUj. wwrk. ndHU, 1 OO 1 wofL and 3 3 day . 1176 C!Tmr., 1. daya haulm . dayi J1 S.ho Mratuxi, Tat, 3 daji wrk Utmhtiga MfUirr. ahd .65 daya haitl.tif lore 10.H0 tell (Ml 1 iUy lltpftwH, JwltH, wwk l.HO Oiftovun, JMti, S U l.HO otuiMtt, ."Hrir, X .! rk 1 Hfl KtOMtt. WcKtrr. S ( wrk l.HO (li, ., Kred, 3 tUji wfk 3 wurk 3. HO I'trHey, Iin.My. a IauciWt.)r, .'at. wotl . .. l.HO J ) murk 1.00 (Zed Utah, JofcftN.. a dayi wrk. wotk . MrWo.fi. 3 ! 4.00 IV 1. 3 13 itija MrOirr, wm . 4 battlihC atnl 3 7.00 da)work 1 00 3 Ct1iuH, .Salt., 4 daya wrk tvaulmr tlJft wtifk doiyi wfk mm si d wtk. .. I ... 3 l.u i.EO l.HU wk. ijr. l.HII l.HO l.HO l.HO I.HU l.t-- l.eo ('li.H, ;.it.Hl, tlr!; l.HH btl4 3,tJ 7.(0 7.80 l.MI 1,(11 l.pts 7.HO l.o IM) b.rr. Aw iru daya 30 Kikrlur. haulms l, J daya ft.42 r m, J furs, 3 tl.yi l.HO 1 hflrlaoctitrr, Jw, daya haulitiic I. 11, UuCoWnan, aUavctieilr. lotndM-y- I. ' ilaya 3 It 30 Ivada cravrl , auht.fi 7,o 14(1 l.HII 41 day 3 daya wurk ajk , . atn) 3 vrk and 3 Vsofk. . 1.00 1 1 l.HII HO dainn. .Mack, 3 3 daya MrCwtmrk, Arrht daya McisMtHuriV, 17 tomtit 7,0 '.to 1.511 l.HO wwrk HI) ... ... l 1 1 l.HO HO HO :o 1.00 l.HII HU I l.HO l.HO 1 HU .... l.HO l.HO l.oo I oo 1.00 1 1 H Htl 1.00 6.611 1 (.J, . gravfl VrCorutaik, Jim, 3 daya wofk.. . odcCvnevark, 3 daya wk . . ..dotmi, Jwhn. Jr. J daya wik Adotnt, Juhu, M, 3 daya wsrk ad ..u da crawl . MtHiur-- , John, 3 day werk.. Iilc. TwW, 3 daya wark ( a.rtiy Jithii, 3 daya wfk.. -r, TWi. 3 daya nwL.. lay Mtk4l, Juhu, 3 Uaya m . . .. larUhtrr, Hutrt, 4 daya vk ad & daya hauhuc SpnnktVa, Andy, 3 daya --.wil. . . Matoui, AMbyr, J daya wfk atd 3 daya hauliiif . .. ruttryr, I1 . 3 daya wwtk .... Biaiu-Ui- , tnaa, J iUyB woik.. .. Ht.rit.kiVa. Hilt. 1 daya Work und 2 iLUya hauling .. ... . ... Mel mm, 3 daya wxk and 4 tla. bauliiir Adatu, 3 daya wwk. . . fri. and l.ao a. l.MI 1 HII ... l.HO S."U I.HI) l.HO I, HO l.HO 10.HO t.ao l.HO Vs l.HO 1.60 4X0 v.zo Sfi.03 Ir, .... .... .... ... ... i 3.00 7.80 7.00 8.65 7.00 7.00 7.00 1 raft .40 Mltihtlt, ifM. II , 3 daya wk a ad 3 dayi haulmr . 0 00 . ., Curl i. J It, y ,jA)K Wufk 4 0O djya 7.00 Hmiih, haul. f. 3 daya wurk Kd , and ii 2.4(1 daya hauling .. "" JUrtun, V A, 3 liauliuc 7.H0 IJal.ard. It V. 3 daya It.ulu- da a 11 tUyra Mnitli, MuiiriHr, haulmr 7.S0 Mucin II it KtMinlj, 3 daya haulmc Arton, J It , daya 7.00 MUtfUlun. J il d. :i !.. wurk. tiol-t-, 7,80 Mm.iiIi, Juror t 3 daya wwrk AUck, daya wurk 11. :i iliu itkott. Hutlravu. 7.00 Wiltakrr. A M, J daya wk. 6.00 John. J (HI Itxida a William., 7.00 MrKiimrr. Jrrry, 3 daya wgrk. d-il.. rk 3 daya 7.06 Hrtliaiui. J Jrrry, ; daya work ti, M. wvrk Jl 3 djya work,, 7 00 JUuih. T. J., K, Mil), 3 wurk.. 1.60 lutiiur. rharlfv. dd)aiIm... w.s.u a 1 HO I.U), John, 3 daya wwrk ..,.? l.HO Irtaida I HO HalOr, 1.115 Irti luRllVf lOtal lnl 7,o S.if) ".ho u.eo u.uo 4.(10 ml crr 4 1.00 l.HO l.HO l.HO l.HO I.Hll l.HO (HI l.HO I.HU l.HO. l.HO I. jo l.ny 7.ri0 7.HII l.HO l.HO (i.(HI 7(1 11 ft), .... 6.00 jianson, James, a tiayt wora.. 6.00 Hanson. Con. 3 data work.. 2. SO Messer, Silas, 3 daya work and 3 4.20 uayt naming Tlmberlakr, Karl, 3 days work.. 9 30 Lewit, David, 3 days work. ... 1 00 Santlide, Hugh, 3 ilaya work .. 1 HU Curtis, Lawn nee, 3 daya work . . Coy, Sherman, 3 dan work ltishop, Sam, 3 tiaya work till) a tiuullllg. l.OO Iteynolda, J. II., 3 daya work, ltogtrs, Chas., 3 days work. ., 3.60 Mm well, 11 P., 3 dayt work.. l.HO Smith, Frank, 3 tlayt work. l.HO Hrown, Walter, 3 daya work.. li.00 Ilraley. It. E.. lumber . . . 6.00 Gaddis, Getirge, 3 tlayt work. . 11.00 Gaddia, Mike, 3 day. work l.HO . l.HO .110 .... dun work. H.60 l.HO l.oo l.HO l.HO 705 II l.HO (10 l.HO 11.00 .... 7.H0 1.80 5.60 6.00 6.60 2.00 11.10 3.30 2.00 2.0U 00 l.HO l.HO 1 C.60 7.00 l.HO 6.20 5.20 6.20 5.20 E.20 5.20 Floyd, Privetl, S. 51., 3 work.. . Surber, W, I.., 3 da) t work Perry. Will. 3 dava work Eubankt, F N, 1 dayt hauling.. Ballard, It. Y., 1 daya hauling . . .. Gooch, 0. T 3 daya wulk and 4 dayt hauling Perry, L. C, 3 da)t work Hughcf, Joseph, 1 daya work Penman, Ernest, 1 dayt wurk Goodpasture, Elsie, 2 dayt wurk and 1 dayt hauling Harrison, Andy, 1 daya wurk . Kelt on, M. V , 1 daya work Bourne, T I., 1 dan woiV . . . Lilhuii, 1 da)t work. Dave, 2 dayt wurk Jamea, 3 daya wurk and 3 allla . ....dt)t ... . 9.30 l.HO ,60 ,60 Huhltard. Millard. :i daya work.. .Itntarh, Guit. 3 daya work, 1 dayt hauling and 2h loada grain Horhn, lloh. 3 da) a wurk (Illi.h, Gottlrib, 3 da)t plowing... . Wilkop, John, 3 da) a work.. (Irlha, John, Jr., 3 dayt work (Irtht, John, Sr 1 da)t lisurnr-Wtrrtn- , Milton. 1 dayt hauling.. Heck, Wm., 3 da)t work and I hauling dayt Berk, August, 3 tla)t work . l'lorok, John, 3 dayt work.. Wrati-ndorf- , Adolph, 3 da) a work. . , . . Petrey, Mark, 3 data work.. Pttrry, Simon, 3 dayt work and S daya hauling . Wttleudorf, Henry, 3 dayt work.. . Itleti, Emil, 3 dayt work and 485 ftet lumber . Hie.., (Hear, 3 dayt work and 3 Distelli, Herman, 3 dayt work and J dava haulm Jufrr, John, 3 daya work, ,1 dayt hauling and nm itri lumuer.. Ilerttl, (cnr, 3 dayt wurk lirrtel, Paul, 3 dayt wurk. Chipped, Jamtt, 3 daya wurk and 3 . . KubanLs. Ed. 3 1.00 1 .20 1.00 1.00 1 HI) 1.80 6.00 li.lK) )ili 6 00 5.3 5.00 6.00 S.OO ... 4.60 3 til 1.60 1.50 .90 l.HO l.OO diss haliltllf . Young, ....... 8.70 Harm. .25 tlayt hauling 1.20 Harris, Sam, 3 daya wurk und 3 da) a hauliug .25 l.HO Wella, P. O., 1 dtyt work 1.80 Pigg, John, 1 daya work...... 1.20 Hot., Alltn, 1 dayt wurk 1.20 Sloan. I.eaa. 1 data wark 1.80 Gitena, Geo, W., 3 dayt wurk and 3 dayt hauling 1.20 ., 3 dayt work and 3 1.20 (litem, II. daya haullnc . 1.20 1.20 Gamut. Chat,, 3 dayt wurk 1.30 Tanker. ley, W. M. 3 dayt hauling.... 1.20 IIuLIdiub, Mrs. Hallit, 1 dayt hauling dayt hauling 7.60 Chappell, John, 3 dayt work and 3 dtyt hauling ... 7.60 Grit ii, Egbert, 3 dayt work and 3 dayt hauling .60 .60 Pike, Frtd, 3 dayt work and 3 dayt hauling .60 .60 Delaney, David, 1 daya work dayt hailing. a iultr. Herman, 3 1 dayt wurk Chat., 7.80 Ecbrrt, 3 dayt work 7.80 Haugh, Jisrph, 3 ihiyi work 1.00 Ytumr. William. 3 data work. 6 00 Joins, 11. II.. 3 dtya work, 3 daya uauung ana amy loaua grassiM, 2.00 3.20 ,00 .60 ,60 .60 1.20 1.00 1.60 2 93 l.HO 6 0(1 ... 0.20 6.00 6.00 11.10 12.10 1.60 1.80 1.60 1,00 1.80 l.HO l.HO l.HII , itlUtM , t, , 3 daya tk. . Ulloa il J dotii MrKinniy, W U, 3 daya H.altiie . '" ,, t l'..!.lw..ll ....mu, t.,1.,... t, .1..." llOUIlPg .; MrMiiney , i . bUeisumi, Ull . . May, Lriidiin, 'J daya hauliug Saiitliike. M. T, i daya work ' slaya "".?". ..W nd woik daya hauliug. Ntwell, .ih, J Uaya m (lilmiiir, Jtilm. .1 dayt wntk and 3 daya hauling New i II, Wm, 3 wuik ami' ii do)t hauling Jnnea, t'harltt, a day. work'am'i'l 1 daya hauling Jome, Jim, a daya wurk . Ferrell, John, a day, wurk and I daya hauling Fashaumr, Kryiuund, 3 data work and 1 dayt hauling .. Ilenrdirt, Charley, 3 day.1 work . .1 (laddlt, Ueo. Inf, 3 da).' wurk ' raahauiur, Frank, 3 dayt' work. L'hri. a ,1.,.' u.,l Kite, J ark, a dayt' wurk McCorinatk, Willi II, 3 dava wurk!!. .tuutsstiu, j uayt wuik 1. MKunnaik. jr., 3 d(1Jk w k MtCtinuttk, Allred 3 dayt wurk MeCuriuark. (letirt-e- . :i .l... w...tMiOt.rinaik, It.td, 3 dayt wurk .'.. il Melonuack. John, 3 tlayt wurk uu.ne, i;uve, a uaya wurk and 3 data hauliuir Fistr.tther. Andy, i ... daya' work" and 2 1S ,l.v. l,l,,, Oaddis. Wui., Sr., 3 dayt wurk'and 3 ti4. n.uiiug 3 daya work I'utaptun, Hen, and 3" daya hauling ... Arthur, 3 daya wurk"!i:..'Ll !'trll. Itesd, Charley, 3 dtya eork. .. Oaddit, Arthur. 2 daya wurk and 1 1 J daya hauling daya hauling (HII3I ..... ' Saaie, Wllkiiisi.ii, T. A , J daya work . t'uuifitun, Til, 3 dayt wurk lluriit). Homer, s daya wurk '.'. " Heed, llra.k, 3 dayt wurk Jjuiii.t', Wm, 'J daya wurk Muser, 1 T , j dayt wurk und "3" daya hauling Fashauntr, llayiuund IHU luada gratri hiitapfle Date, lei loads graul ..... .tiler, Wm., al loads gravtl ... llrute, Sl.ennau J daya wurk Muser. I. T, 10 feet lumber ."'.'. " .Muatuii, II A , a daya wurk . . I , a dava wivrl 1.1..I :i KohiUM.., J dai haiiliii.r . uld will, o. A, 3 daya wrk daya hautii.ir J. I., 3 Uajya wui'tt. ihu 3 I.HU l.HO l.oll 1.00 2.U0 1 .78 li ".' Ull l.HO 7.HO ,j, 4. HO l.HO S.'JU 3.H0 l.HO . '"" .. 1.80 l.HO l.HO l.ao tt l,r I, HO l.HO l.HO l.HO l.HO l.HO l.no 7. HO (I.DO 7.80 7.80 1.80 l.HO 4. HO 4.00 .... l.HO l,HO l.'JO l.HO l.'JO 7,H0 H.15 J. 40 1.7(1 Mjratlt, llniry, 3 daya work ....... Mlnki. Marlon. 3 daya w..rk Manning, I,. '., 3 daya hauliug 7 rleaiaula, Verna, a daya hauling ' Plrasault, W. It. 8 dayt wurk ... Mauulng, Ilrrherl, 3 duyt hauling .HW H.I,., MV ,1. M,.li , Frtnih. Thumbs. .1 ,u. i,.ii.... l.HO 3.3(1 l.HO 0.U0 .l.HO l.HO .n.uo .tl.tio .I.Hll - ' .? -- A CIO r: U ieh' sialisWil a SMk I . yitjaf-- 3i lyssi 1 w V an ml. it'flBa IT-.j-.- -. 5WfcV -v ,:,.ii., mJS?, A .' i.ji.vjMn.". ir.y'KjRJiSK, . The Interior Journal, Stanford, Kentucky. Friday, June 4, 1915. ilara work .. , Hmlth, i:,l I work l'rllrh.tt, O. ' , I dayt' wnrk ll.rn.-tt- . Ilarilln, I ilar'a wftrk Hln, Hlrr, 1 ila)'a wntk . ... l'rllthrll. .Inhn II . I ilar'a wntk ... Tarn. lata, I ilaj'a wntk anil I dajr's hanllnc . ... ,1am... Jm, 1 ila"a work . .... Vtier, .1. V., I ilar'a work .. Allirlfht, Iti.Urt, I .lar'a work ami 3 dara" hanllnc Nalnr, J N , I ilar'a wntk ... y (Witr, Myt 35 .00 80 J II., rf,rl rk nil I na.s hauling ..... llrathrlilrr, f.'larritrt, I laa work... 1 WrfeU, Dralhrlilrr, Kucrnr, SCO f.0 .(1(1 ,aj' .r.o .mi .(10 ,(10 ,nn .... . 3.r,n .no ,) no (M ,(Mi it Htftfnt, Martini, Moor, (Irn, ,lr, I ilar'a work .. Htiratl. .1. (I, I ilar haulinc . . Ilnokrr. Illllr, I I 2 ilar'a wntk I I 3 ilar'a wntk Uartrr, A .. rnwrtl. I, II , I ilar'a wntk Matlln, I!. II . I 1 2 .lar'a work . . Ion.., Wm ilar'a wntk Ow.lry. Alr, I ilar'a wntk Vunnrllrr. A It , 3 I 3 ilaja' work nil 3 I 3 haulinc (llrrna. Miller. I I 3 ilara' ti a u n c llilni. Hntn, I I 3 ilara' hanllrc (?iM.ir. .1 I. , 1 I 3 ilara' lianllnc . Nnnntllrr, II. 3 haulm; . (JampUII vtrcll I 1 1 ilara hanllnc . r.m.ll. JhnI1 I I a Hr hanlinc. .. V llnl.Mll. I I 3 .laTa' haulinc .. , (Iih, Tim, I I I3 Iilaja' wnr . .. 1 Ilrnwn. Charlrr, wntk Naurr, Jfw, I I 2 work KnMnHHi. Wallar.-- . 3 I 3 ilara wntk llwntl, l.ttr. I 13 .lavi' wnrk .. HMIittaw, KWtlrr I "laa wnrk . . . Hmilhrrlan.l. .lor, 3 .laja' work .. . NininrJI?, I.. I', I ilara wnrk, I ilara hanllnr. B II It lira . Morcan. 3 ilara' work ami I ilara' haulinc . . Iwiawiii,, 3 ilara' wntk ami I ilara i.hHiic Martin, T. I , I ilar'a work MoMry, Tlmniaa I ilar'a w.rk rrtkltia, Wm , I tlajr'a wntk Wm , I dar work riry, Ja.., I ilara wntk Martin, .1 M . I il.f. wntk rimnmrr, Thnt , I ilar'a work A .1. T. T, 1 I ilar't ilar'a wntk .. work . . . .. .. .(' .(W .W' I.fkf, W .. . ,(X, .(HI ,(KI r, l, 3 00 .00 .11(1 .r.o .1)0 .113 ila' r. M (iSo 3.0(1 (1.00 .on ,!,. . 300 300 a.oo 00 ixi no DO .1 .1 il' .lr' lin I Ml , .no .r,o 1.80 3 At 3.S0 3 30 5 SO I llama, (lllie, 3 dart wnrk I'adcrtt. J. M. 3 dart wnrk and dart haulinc Iarli, Krnder. I 2 dayt haulinc (Iilllland, K II . 2 daya hai."n. . 1 (lonrh, .Inn. W., 3 dayt work ana 3 .... dayt hantinc Peek, J. W., 3 4ayt trork tn.l 3 .. dayt haulinc dayt wnrk i'erk. II. I,, I'lnyil, II. I'., &0 lnada crarrl Durham, Thnmat, 300 fret lumher.. .. I'ailerll. V. V , 3 daya hanllnc Xlms A.hfnrd, 3 daya hanllnc I'ailerll. Drllard, 3 dayt wnrk I'adcitl, T, 3 dayt haulinc Ilnncla.t, Mtrinn, 1 dayt hanllnc rtdit.lt, 7, "JO frrt lumher Monre, I, I), 3 dayt work and 03 feit Inmlirr I'adcrtt, Mlllon, 3 dayt work.. . .. Hlmt, Henry, 3 dayt work . . Hirn. Mark, 3 dar' work t'nlliam, II I.., 3 daya hnullnc l.ynn, l.uke 2 day work Mall, (Int.. 2 daya haulinc lllarkrrl.r. Dan, 3 dirt work (Miner, Wm, 3 dar' hanllnc (lalnea, II W. 2 daya haulinc lllankrn.hlri, Inunl, 2 daya work. . .. fpralt, llolhe, 2 day. haulinc Ware, Itay, 2 dayt wnrk rblltitir. He, ,1 da)t wnrk Ilonne, Thn... 1 I 2 dtyt cradlnc I'adcilt. Alhert, 3 dayt wnrk (Irayliell, I'na, 2 day work.. . 1'a.lcitt, Alonm, .1 dayt work and 3 daya haulinc .. Di.lmn. Char, 3 daya work . I'adcrtt, (Hirer, 3 dayt wurk .. .. Floyd, 3 dayt wnrk I'nUett. llarrlr. .1W II , 3 dayt work.- .C 3 d.y. work Ilarrla, Ilarrl', I.uthrr, 3 day work.. .. Ilnt.ee, Jmepli, 3 daya wnrk.. 1'iirry, Jen., 3 ilara work leirh, W A 3 dara work and 3 daya hanlmc Ilarrlt, Wallrr, 3 dayt ..! ... .... 8 .. . . Ynriim, Tnm, 3 day wnrk Yneum, (lei . 3 day work Hincl'ton, Jim, 3 day work. Ilrnwn, Jn.h, 3 dayt wnrk.. .. . .. It . wnrk .. . TartwMi. iHMtfrHxI. II Aara' wmk I'hUMwr. I.i8r.. dar.' wnrk and 3 ...' haulinc3 ilajt.' wnrk . . Tim, Krwlanl, Ow.l.y, 3 dar' wmk and I tlay. haulinc Hum, V I) , I 2 .!.). wnrk and 113 ilar'a hanllnc . . Vi.jnt.-rWalkrr. 3 dart' wnrk Hrrrdlnrr. Ilm. 3 daja' wnrk TrajMr, l)an . 3 ilar'a hautlnc . . . MHttrr. Ham, 3 dar.' wntk ' s ,(.,.' wntk Nrwlan.1. M . .. M.Mrj. Wm , 3 data' wntk Mrrarlnr. W II., s ,!,., work . Illatl. IIm.I.I, 3 .l.j.'. wmk llr.l. I' It., I wntk Armld, Kiahard. dar' 3 wnrk i)aur. Ilanmn. I .lar'a wnrk antwl,, 3 dar'a wnrk Unlaid. .Inwidi. :i .1...' wntk and till InmWr . .. IVrntl, Wm, .. da).' wnrk . Harr.H. .1 da;a' haulini; fln l kantUr, hada ltrtnlMi.1. lrtV. ,1 dar wntk rnlrrw., r'rank. 1 dari' ImwIIik lltttlrrMti. IM, t dar' Imitlinc rlnmnwr, .la. . 1 .Ly. wnrk. 1 daja' ImdliNC and 13 Ina.la Brat. I . . I'lajHMMr, J K . a dar ntk and 3 daaa hftnliaic DI.I-- m, Waa I dar' ork, S dar' IwoMkj; and 43 Ina.U irrar.l IlttlMl. Irf.lw. iHiuhni . Dkilan. AhWrt, 1 dar' nk, I dar'a kunnntf and .1 Inula rntral I'raalar, Oarar, .1 wrk . .. Kfrmr. A. O . dar.' work lllreln. rrpptft, Wm , i ilar" wntk ami 3 Hlnclrtsn, O.rar, 3 day work Wall., Whit, .1 dayt "or. Yoenm, Ham, a dayt wnrk and 31 lnada Ifl Taylnr, .. jo .Ilnr.l, llmrT. 3 ilar wnrk rt. I 31) Hriwrtrr, rnn, i u wurk .. IUf, Ira, 3 iU IS HtticMfin, .U.tit, 3 lUyK work 4.0(1 3: ltniae. le, 3 dayt ,,mr, a crarrl .. wm... wntk wnrk wtirk wnrk . M.... a . 1S4I 'd l.rn Varum, Utah, ktniU rravtl 1.30 1.30 I 1 1 Watlkvr, 'Dim.. 3 in. lUtM.n, V mt M 'U)f ilt .!' 0 30 .tie M 1 fl 4 1 -- U.I I 1 ilk ! ftMtli llfafil (I 'Vglr, J.m. It (Uyt work itwtim. .lafk. s uyt haunnn' x .'frit, KTrritl,3 ilayi Imnlint,rlc , S tUyi 1 Iy wmk trul 2 30 Mm.rr, Clmin, U haultttc no Martin, Kl"l?, 3 iU haulinc . 3 wnrk. I 1 3 et IVck, TV... 1 1 amtilar tvMrl. rratfl .'H (Ur Haunnir .A II , IUII, .1 tny di ami . 41 . erk . ('.), n.or) Stmifc. .Miwtrr. r.oo (htr, II W , KtMint, IS O.di I'ntftl, TIhm . IhHi lnil tWt IVl. MMr Klmer. 3 itay ImuMbic 3 iIjijf hauliftc haulinjr 3 tUy liunWf , . 7.o II ,,,,' 4a' o O.frfl lHr. dar. da.' , n l.MI 1 t as x a ,i.r.' work . . .. Oan, I'hatlr;, a ,1,,,' nrk ... .. Hal. Snaa. a .1... wntk Oaka, INwinl. 1 .(.J. nntk .W S ,Uj. wntk ... J 3 dart" llMl. Wm Jark II I t ww wntk Wawanr, Irfatkrr 2 ilara' ll.rillt.. A I... I .).,.' k an.1 3 HttW, W 3 dara work.. 3 .1.,.' Hard. M1 llraMwa. It. II. a da..' w k T.j lor, WtH, 3 iU).' wnrk Kara, Wm , a .M. nt k HkMa. a Immr. II O. a Ilardrr. WlH. 3 A In In.,!. cr.r-- l . 1'larnm.r. Jam.r. 8 tdnwlnf . ... Oak.. I. W . S .Mr.' dr wr Oak., ('.ml. 3 vark H.ftVr. .X. I". 3 4ar' wwtk nnHc Munlfcr. Wn II t . i 10 eO l.rO d.' 4 UO l no 7.0 .60 I.M 1 I I'ktMMi, J T, a U) wftrk. t "Ufn loaila cravri. hauftnc antl H4trH, lo UmiU rwk - .... I l..kU. ' .lain Hi )Bt 11.. lit I...I- Kiirri "" iimtnr, it , , Maya wttrfc. Itd, J A . i laya rk anl 3 .! I.kn t, Y..u. vviiii, utawa kklilinar i naiiniia IUwUimI. 0 A 5 2 it)t naMlmir.. all ll IMUIIUK IIXI II 111 UaiU crattl haHlirni, 1 -iitro-r1 1 NkbIm1. A V iUjik hftHtinr (Uya wnrk erMtl r . .. ami S . ... I 3 dayt haulinc 7.80 nei.rmirr, r.. V. , a liny. naunfiK. , IlnhMe, Joahnt, 3 dtya wotk and 3 7.80 oart nammc l.HO Hincl'ton, lltrnrtt, 3 dart hanllnc . 2.60 Willlain, t.nthrr. 3 day. work an 4 1.50 2 1 2 dayt hanlinc (l.HO May, K. W , l.rtdcn lumner 0.00 We.fey, Klnnatrd, 3 dayt wnrk . n.oo (1.00 Ilauch, Drnnle, 3 daya work daya wnrk .. . Ilaucli, Jtmet, 3.00 I'loyd, t.uther, 33 dayt wnrk 12.75 Maynard, Kllry, 3 dart work 1 dayt 3.30 llirk, 1' . I,, 3 dayt haulinc. work 1 no Iloekrr, Dick. 2 dtyt haulinc . . . I.KO l.HO William., J. II , I dart hanllnc (1.00 June., I day 1 haulinc dart wm- 1.20 Hlewart, Ilnrt, IVrkin., 4.00 Thurmaii, Hid, I I day wnrk Will, 1.20 Thnrman. Hn..l, 2 daya wnrk dayt wotk.. 1.00 U.ter, 2 dty wotk 4.(10 Ve-- t, Hark, 2 day wnrk I 20 llallry, H. 2 dayt liaannc, 5 4.0O l.ynn, C. load, crarn . 1.20 l.HO Ilriid, W A , 3 daya liaullnr.... 11.25 Hhomaktr, W K, a dayt naulinc- l.HO Htncc, H rt. .Irttie, .10 lna.lt crarrl.... 1.20 White, W W, 17 load. ,nc . . Ilrlrlit. (lenrclr, I day. wnrk. 7.80 Ilrlcht, Calrin, 2 daya l.HO llrlrhl. Date. I dayt wnrk l.HO DrWItt, Ktiwart. 2 dayt wnrk.. 1.80 IfcCnr. I'mrit, 2 daya wnrk 1.80 We.ley, Thnmat, 3 dayt work 1.80 I'rrktn, IIU, 3 dny. wotk l.HO I'.adr, Tom, 2 day work l.HO Daw.nn, llarlc, 2 day wnrk I day. wnrk l.HO Helm. (Jen ."inmtkee, W I' . a daya wnk 7.80 HiiMdlin. Wm 3 day. wnrk nrk l.HO Orach, Harrey, 3 iiayt H 3 da)t wnrk and 3 l.HO Oulnn. (' diyt haulinc 7.80 MilMrd, Warn, 3 dayt wnrk and 2 S.00 Millard, W W, 3 daya wnrk, 1 4 Oil .. .... .. day haulinc 1.80 Fmithtra, M , 3 dayt wnrk and 1 day. haulinc . l.HO I "0 Ilortnn, A V.I naya wnrw and 8 l.HO dayt haulinc . ,, . .. l.HO l.HO Hfiradlln, Arrlue, 3 day wotk and 3 dayt haulinc . .. ...... .. 3 daya wurk and 2 3 4. Merrill, daya haulinc .. 1.8(1 l.HO Ilnrton. W A , 2 day. work and 2 daya haulinc . -- . l.HO l.HO Hpradtln. Alln-rl- , 3 dayt wnrk and 3 I.HI) day litulinc l.HO WarrVId, hherman, 3 day work l.'io Kidman, dm, 3 dayt work .. l.HO Aridiriott, llrnry. 3 day. work. ... Hrrln, N , A dty. work 3 05 I'onk, tint. 3 day wur 0 H.wrl,roiich, J. II , 3 day wurk and l.HO 3 day. hanlinc l.HO Hearhmuch, Arthur, 1 dayt haulinc l.HO Henrhrnuch, .1 II, lumMr and nail. 0.00 CainiiMII, 1'. M, 3 .la) work.. .. (100 llarnu, Jria. 3 da), wnrk. l.HO IMIle), K. P, 3 dayt work. Wall., Will, 3 dayt wnrk.. . t r.o Watt., (Irotrr, 3 dart work.. li.OO Watt., W ().,! daya wntk and 4 day haulinc r, ho I'"'l. M. (' . 3 .. dayt w.n--k and 2 4.00 dny. haulilic I (HI Andermn, Jiniah, 3 daya wntk 4 (HI Dnddernr, J. T. 3 day wnrk and 1 2.(1 day haulinc 32.78 t.fh. A. J . 3 daya work and 3 da), haulinc 7.80 (.'amnlwll, It T, 1 day. wurk.. lit4iri.on, H. I. , 3 day wotk and 3 H.HO .My liaulmc 1 00 Hill, A. ('.. 1 I 2 daya liaullnc .5(1 Hai'ido. Caiir, a day work and 3 .54) day haulinc l.HO Hpr.ll, Jehu, 3 daya .. . . .! .nrntt, ((tit. 3 day. wnrk 7.H0 Unndr. Clarmri, 3 d.y. wutk r. 7& Ilicxln. ll.ln-- , a daya work ..... 7.80 Phillip.. Ilurkitlh, 3 dayt work.. 4.00 Phillip.. :1H. 3 dayt wnrk.. llnM rtr. Tarlnr, 3 dayt hanllnc . . 7.80 IMIIry, IM I 2 dart San fine.. .. White, 0.00 (Irrm. Pillr, 2 dayt hanllnc-.- .. Atrh, I d) wm and 3 dty hanllnc (1.80 Jamr., 3 daja wwrk and 3 00 llntrhirun, til Inad. 'crarrl .. 1 (l W , :t day work I 8(1 Hatty, (1 Ila.t), Wm, 3 day. wmk 1 80 Kamiiy, ltolft, 3 dti. rk . . . I 80 fl W, .1 dty work. I 80 Clarnii. Harly, Allen. 3 dar wnrk .. ... nd 1 l.(W Kerry, Chat., 3 dayt wntk daya haulinc . .... 4 00 Iliir.l, V. P., 3 dajt wMk .. 2.00 A f. and 2 I.. 3 dtyt 3.00 Thoitpinn. day haulinc Ml .00 Tr.mlrl.lff, I) I, , II l.mira w.ak and 5 hmir haulinc .r,o I 20 It.; in, Id., Vitil.n, 15 h.mri wnrk and (I I , 5 1 2 limit ha.llnc wnrk 1.20 Ilonne, (Irir, a day iMyt work .. .. . Tirhanlt, Ohat . 3 .1 day. wnrk, 3 iMyt 4.25 Hllcr, K. II, luiuliiic and 30 load, crarrl.. 0 00 Ilrldrn. W P., I dayt wnrk and 3 1.20 II 00 1. 50 8ft .co 1 20 .00 1,20 I l.HO l.HO I I 20 l.HO I HO 20 20 .00 1.80 7.H0 4.80 3.H0 dayt haulinc .fnhmnn. M 11,2 dayt ''.ilk .. .. Rllrr. Vercll. 3 dayt wnrk. Durham, .Inrrph. 3 dayt wnrk Turkrr. J A , 3 dayt w.rk and 3 dayt haulinc ,1 TiK-krdayt wnrk and I day haulinc Villain, Prrd, 3 dayt haulinc .... Jamrt, J A. I(i Lit Imnln-- r (Innrh, Dan, 3 daya w.rk und 3 M)a haulinc (lonih, Prrd, 3 day wntk -. Murphy, :.l, Jr, 3 d.- -t and 3 day haulinc .. Ixm, llary, ai luadt cravil . . Trundle, W M , 3 daya w.rk add 2 day liaullnc TrimUr, M. , 3 daya or ,. Triinl.li-- , Claud 3 daya wnrk ami null. Carry, Pd. 3 dayt wnrk anil 50 (',2 .... 7.80 5.80 5 20 7.8() 1.80 1.80 l.HO 1.80 1 HO ... 80 2 00 7 I (10 l.HO I HO 1 HI) Di.hnn, Pount, 3 . . Jake, 2 day. wnrk. Imrrlrlt, (.' , 3 dtyt wnrk . .. Hinclrtoii. .Morn, a dtyt wnrk am 3 day bauhnc Pfanru, C. 3 day. woik Pranrik, Carey, 3 daya work (.'ton, Alhert, 3 day wnrk Cnldwrll, Mark, 11 loa.li craril .. .. Haiter, A . 3 day work and 3 dayt haulinc (l.riirh, (linrce, 3 day haulinc J A , 2 1 2 daya work. Minelrton, Dare, 2 dayt haulinc .. . ll.li.on, lluler, 1 day. haulinc.. . riHiltb, M. D, ID loud craerl llurton. .1 T, 1250 fit lumWr.. Murphy, Kdwin, 1 2 da)a haulinc.. Jenkinr, Jin-- , 1 ilaya haulinc... (Innrh, P.lne. 3 da)t htul'nc Mewart, Charlie, 3 .lay work Simp.on, Pee, 3 daya wotk Hilm, Miller, 3 da), work Nance, load crarrl . ... dayt work. nail Wilcher, llrnry, 2 dayt work and 3 dtya htulinc 3. 0 Itrawner, Jerry, I dtyt wnrk. wnrk. llttll.lt. Wm., 1.80 I.uent, (lin.. a 3daydayt wnrk... wnrk B.HO Anil.rion, Altert, 3 .My ) ration, ll. I.., 3 iiarn worn. Ila.tin, llrri, 3 day. work .. 2 08 Lay, Hard, 3 day wnrk. 3 2.50 Klh.cn. Win , 3 day wnrk.. , John. dtyt wnrk. I HO Ilrin-kwoii 1.80 'Smith, llrnry, 3 day 3 day wnrk litiham, . wnrk. 9 80 Martin, flay, 3 day Ditkir, .lame. 3 fay work.. 7.20 Daucherty, II T.. 3 daya wnrk ... Hlnelitan, N. 3 day wnrk 1 HO Andir.nii, l.afe, .1 day. work. I HO X, 1.80 lirynolJ., Wm., I 3day w.rk .. . . day. wnrk Pl.trher, 7 8fl Mirlow. Waller, 3 dayt wni- - .. , W'i.1.-llrnry, 3 dayt wnrk .. I 7.20 Wall.. Ilu.l, a iMyt wnrk ... Willie, a dtyt wnrk.. I. .1.1 WM.I.er. W'llrhrr. 2.25 IWilrhrr, J. II, 3 da) t wnrk l.urtan, t dayt work 7 80 (Alford, Klhrldce, a day. wnrk l.HI) , Pilmtn. I.r. a dal wnrk Wall. (ItrMn, I ntyr work. . 7 80 Sim. k Ila.tin. 83 Ina.M cravil Rllmlt k TouhiI. 70 Ina... cravrl IU We.ley, Jamr., 525 feit lumMr r. ho F..tei, Jim, 3 day. work.. Ilrnwn, Chrl. 3 iM)t work 1 HO 2 io Piiinan, Sam, 3 day work K.lr, W , 3 day. wnrk . 4.30 Kl'lrher, Areh, :l day. wr-- r day. hauliuc l.HO Ktte., W. P., day. haulinc 1.20 Ke, Kmmett, I 3 Sun.. Ham, 3 2 day. haulinc and 2 1 8(1 1.81) Klliott. M. I,., 5 haulinc .Mimlfntnery, Urn , 5 dart hanllnr. 335 feet lumMr and 174 Inadt (ravel Hinltli. Znra. 7 dayt haulinc .Moore, Urn, I dayt work and 4 day hanllnc 4.00 Drtk, Z.rh. 3 dtyt hautlnc and 145 Ina.M cravil 4. no Ila.tin. I'larrnce, 5 dart haulinc.. I HO Hni.l.Mr, D It . I dtyt htulinc dayt l.HO Wetter, Jamil, I day wet, 1 80 haultnc and lMt feet Inmlr and 1 1.80 3d on oo i no d.y 9.00 22 m 12 00 810 It 0(8) 7 50 37 28 l.HO 7.20 1 1 80 1 HO 1.80 0 1.80 1 V. In, 2 day work and 3 haulinc IMIdtraian, Hud, 2 dayt wnrk . (Nik., Wilt, 2 day. wntk .. Adam. Chat., 2 dayt wnrk llelrle. (in, 3 .lay hanlinc lurur.l. P1,n, 3 dtyt hanllnc Carter. Andy. 3 daya haulinc Dan., Duck. 3 dayt htulinc Davit, Charley, ,1 dayt wnrk Urdlnrd, Andy, 3 day hanllnc Iln.kn.. Ja. 3 dayt hanllnc Ilalley, Ja P. 991 ftet lumher at ft 50 Hkldntoee. Jnhn. I dayt wnrk(ld13 HultrrMw, (l.ear. enunty rnnd con tiwrt (1013) Akhley, Vv II , ctMintr rotd contract l.y K D Penn.nctnn (1913) Itankin, (lew. ttmeynr eminly road No- rrrr. 1.20 5 20 20 I2 I 20 A t Ijhy. afafafaVaVaVaVaV niii. I0 (H i II (ill 82 10 00 Cv.dO 100 00 araaaaLV .awwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwv awwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwV iiiiiMawwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwW. ajfafafafafafafafafafaav m LwwwwwwwwwwwwwLmwwwwwwwwwwwwwwWBjaml ' 21 ... V V SattttttMabaalwwrV H.aaiaiHBHaaBiaiaiaww7 iBjBjammwwwwwwwwwwwwEl1H. -f- fiawww owwwtV LHaVaiaVV H 1 HO 1 1 1 lwl. 80 80 80 HA TMal (0,2l2 A.l I 1 1 1.80 80 80 1 811 I I 1 (.0 80 HI) HO I 81) 1 1 l.HO l.HO 0..10 5.80 l.HO 7. HO .00 7.80 3.00 7.H0 1 John. 3 day work Hilm, Iluun, 3 day work .. ( nH-r.loth,, 3 day work Himpron, l.dinond, J day work and a day haulinc Hiliu, lliitli. a iM. work Von Prcd, 3 dayt work and .t da . hanlinc Von IjrnrnecJti, I.imii., 3 day wurk lllaln, Andir.i.n, .1 da) work... Ilauman, (lottfrrd, 3 dayt work and 3 .My haulinc I.uti-r- . llro. , 3 da) work and I da). haulinc Niihol.. hhinnun. 3 day. work Stratum, John. 3 da), wotk.. .. Newland, Huward. 3 do) work work Ilrnwn. Dn. 3 day, work Ilrnwn. Charlie. 3 dart .srhnnlrr, WiclittH, 3 daya work.. . tall, Charlie. 3 day work Mrwarl, AndrrH.n, .1 day wnrk llrown, F.arl, 3 day work lmaii, ItoMrt, 3 da), work You Allmati. Julius 3 day wntk Uoutt. Caleh, 3 da), work Ilauman, (lottfrrd, 110 Kid. crarrl.... (lander. Jar..!., a day haulinc Von Urenecen, Adnlph, 6 daya hauliltg Tlimi...ii, Dr I SI . 3 day. work Di.hnn, Mnnt. 3 day. . Hull. r. .Mitrhrll, 3 daya work Wright, Klmrr. 3 day. wnrk. Murphy, t'leeru, 3 day wnrk.. . Hill. C. W I row, Tom, , Helm, Helm, Wm , 3 dty work HO l.HO I no 1 day 3 day 3 work I"T, 1)75 HO . M) l.M Hrv. Jak. 2 dayt hUtlt rravrl 10 IVjrloH. C V , 3 ilaya rwiullntr.. X tlX I rk and 3 da)a W. Khnrr. 3 Uy rrnier aan ;i i"u . . urTi .0 trl .. t 10.15 17 90 0 00 4 hrhM4K, HMppie. dayt haulinc Thnma, Anti.ne. daya haulinc 3 dnya wnt 3 day. work.. Vrnterh. Ilinry, 2 day. wnrk and Alln-rt- , Kre.l, l.HO l.HO 1 2 day wi.it.- and - 3.20 1 kauhne on haHlniff and . W l.Sfl 1 H.25 lU-li- Mitrjran, krrwfW ft lar' , TIwhmp. IU.1.T. latt 3 day wtrk ahd fO Vay- Srf I.llr. 1n. K.ahnc f Jair. J , 3 13 m2 trarr rtf .. I . .. . . I. mi ,1TINiI1, t Vf a. i o Ilu.l.n .loltn, RarVf. i o j mi I KO ie FfttoNbrtrv, a!aaaLaai.ik J . So t 3 Jr. dar.' K. Win. I., Idara' "n. . InLn day .!.JI wrk ft .! .! ... aamrV wrk and eraxl (1.10 haulinc 2 50 Coleman. Prank, a day. work Ituxill. Dnrk. 35 Inad. cravrl 2.70 .Mnrlctnn. M V , 3 da), wurk and 3 1 ih day. haulinc . Day. II l.HO 1'. 3 day wurk and 3 l.HO dara haulm? l.HO Sinclrtnn. W II . 3 day work and 2 1 Kldd. Chat. .1 day. work Wn.nl., Orr. 3 day. wnrk CarMin. We... a day llirk. Hark (roll 3 daya work Coirinan, Joe, 2 daya wurk and 3.20 1 HO wr: . . l.MI l.HO l.HO 4y 1 3.20 7. HO 7 80 l.HO 1.25 a. HO (lw..j. l.akr, Atvh. wnrk . dar Iti.Mn.ati. ll.Mrj, 3 .la). wrk Wilnars 3 dara' work Wllwr.. K.I , 3 dar." work Wr.r.li. Ktrthart. 3 da wark Wllhrr., John. 3 da.' nnrk .. W'rm, (Vrr. I dar' wnrk Klnr. Jnfiih. 3 d.r' work in.l I dar.' hauhne K ). (l(h, It W. I3 day.' work. . Prim, work hmlth, Jftltn II. 8 dar.' wnrk Adam., C'ha. , 3 d. wnrk and 7l HnttU, d' Itfan, I t)i. K.I hanllnc 3 .!)' .!' ,. dara' rntk hauMnc wnrk wwrk nfk ... awl . .1 1S i so . -- daia' fo .1.0 i.s i so i I 30 :.3i i.ro ia s 7 I I )) da' i.c tu hi) Orand. 3 .!). wnrk WllMrd, Jim. a dar.' wnrk. .1 dlfa HauMnr and ami rWt lumlnr S dar.' wnrk Wflwri, Klnc. NVm . 3 data wnrk Htniaam, Ja.. I daya' wnrk Itmrk. L . 3 dara' wnrk Italian, K II . 3 day. wnrk llilfhnr, Kirhard. a dar' wnrk HnHiwi, Jark. a du. work S'tlHin lamr. a daya nrk I'rrkiaa. I. J . .1 dar' wnrk.. Kirn. IVIn, 3 day. wnrk (Jurat. Ijan, 3 day. wnrk. 1 ; dar' haulinc Kl(. 1.4.1. of rravrl 4 74 i CO l. IJ.PO 1 kO HO I 1.C0 rt I HO ( 1 1.H0 l.Hfl 1.H0 I S I HO HB (Thadwrll, Mal.tl.-y. 3 Wftrh. daya haulinc (?hadull, Jamr 3 dar wnrk Taylnr. Jamr Jr . 3 day. wnrk, I and 1 3 da), haulinc and 70 lnada Jm-)Ii- Will. Jamr. 3 day wnrk 3 dar wnrk. . 3 da), mirk and I. HO 7 30 n iso 0 Hd l(n... John, 3 da)' wurk . Fi.h. Jnhn, 3 day wntk . Taylor, Jam.., Jr. 3 day work (lllMt, llonard, 3 day. Hork Ho... Waltrr. 3 day. work . MuRtna. John. 3 da), wnrk .. work Ho... 4'na , 3 dny. wnrk HntKlcrn... Jnhn. a day. nork (NrMin. Cha. . a da). f.rk. (.arrnn, I'lu. , Sr . 1 day work . It.lanrv. Iltnrr, 3 day. wntk 3 N'lU.in. rrar.l I'rhi, da)' l.MI I Jr. IXI I HO I. HO I HO I. HO 10 1.H0 Mad. crar. t craul Santr. .'.II " I'Md. ina.l. era..-Wrie- r. mwinc . lat., Jne. 3 nay. dayt haulinc. 12 Uattt, Wm. Iiatl.. Jnhn. a aday haulinc John, Iticrhy. ilara liaullnc I..WM.H. Wm . 2 dart h.uKnc .. Dan., Andy. 3 dart wnrk. 'k .! llB.lll.ie l.u.L.n. ,1.. Mev.n..' Kd. 2 dty. haulinc wyier, i nri.. a nay. n..u..... llarl.U. Aucuit, 3 day. hautlnc Mit.nal.-- r HrrMl.al. 3 dar. nrk . . . .. .. Shaw. Jim. a data work Htmth. Walter, a da), work day. ork .Inhn, l(ll.y. Llkin.. Frank, a dart nrk l.ikii.'. I'rtnk. I dayt work . . KlHclelon, Hoy. 3 daya wnrk Itnulun. J.hn, 3 dayt wm. 'I day. wnrk. Hurl't.n. Jiff. . . I'acaly. Ilrure. 3 day wrk Iteynnkl.. T H. 3 d). wnrk. . . 3 dart work. Wlirtldan, ltn.e-rk r. len. 3 .Mr' H . 3 dayt ork lUoth, I' H . 3 day wm. More. a. llurlrK.li. T.lnrrt. a day. nnrk . daya ll.rnnW.. Wm , a day wnrk. 3 haulinc anJ Ml Inad. cralel. ItejnnM.. Kriritl, 3 day. wnrk and 2 haulinc nrk Shoui, Hanlie. a daya . K.te., I'jrrni. 3 dayt haulinc Kldd. ll.rl. 2 day haulm na"nc-MIIMr.l- . llunrh Ward. 3 Wnrnie. 3 day. haulinc (1 W. 3 da), haulinc. . Carintrr. Ilennie, 2 day. haulinc n. Caldwrll. T II , A.'. Inad. crarrl.. 3 day. wnrk.. lieynnldi, II Ku.m-II- . J It. 3 day work and 1IC l.wd. crawl Wrlltche'. Jmeih, 1 da), lal-n- c v nitrlrr. Hue", 3 day haulinc uu and 3 llwncM.fr. That . 3 day. day hallilnc Uut.lin. Taul. 3 daya haulinc rli and 3 lland..rf 1'r.d, 3 daya Micall. lid." I 211 .M' 1 95 4 00 S.00 0 00 r.oo 4 en 11(10 l.HO 4.00 0 00 c.oo 1 1 eO HO l.HO l.HO l.HO l.HO l.HO l.HO 1 day. haulinc Dauneh. II. N , 3 dayt work .. . lturleaon. J J , 3 dayt wnrk l'rtrry, Autil. 3 da) a work Onttntt, W 11 , 3 day. work and 3 day haulinc Sarnll, It. H., 3 day. work.. Mrrrett, I)., 3 da). wot Moore, Plato, 3 daya win-.- . . .. Hweeney. J W, 3 day work and 3 daya hanlinc Hweeney. Wallare. 3 da), work and 1 day haulinc (ladl-errr- . K L . 3 day workw. .Mnctrton, 1'llntnn, 3 ilayl work MrMullin, I II , 3 day. wnrk .. lttyti.ild., Itoy, 1 day. hautlnc MeMutltn. Ila).lrl), 2 dayt laurnc--May- . N'rwMnd, tunil- -r .. W. 31 II P. 3 day. work. 3 da). haulinc and 130 load, crnvil. ... K 5 80 l.HO l.HO 1.80 7.H0 l.HO l.HO l.Htl 0.00 a.Ho l.HO l.HO 1 HO l.HO l.HO 1.80 1 H.I HI) I l.HO l.MI 10 30 lt. 5.80 l.HO 11.1)0 Srott. P II . 3 dayt work and 3 M). liaullnc N'rwMnd. Joe, 2 dart work and 3 day. haulinc Dilhon. W It.. 3 da), wnrk and 3 dart haulinc . . .. 3 day work and 3 Walhn. W da) a haulinc Nok.n.1, Then.. 3 day. work, 3 haulinc and 1(1 load, craw!.. Turker, Mr. I. a, 2 day. hauling.. Ilurce. Hiatt, 1 da), wnrk.. June.. Oicar, ,1 day. haulinc .u.I 20 .... l. d. 4.O0 11.00 n.oo o.oo 2 oo 2 75 I.HI) H 2 00 tl.Oll 00 7.80 C.OO I. 1 . HO KO Hunt, Jalnr., .1 da), work.. ak, .1 8, 3 day haulinc Klnc. I J., 3 daya haultnc Wil.n, I'arrr, 3 day haulinc Wll.nn, tidrr.nn. 3 3n load, cravrl I.KO RPll I. HO nmi (1.00 3 day. work. 3 dayt haul ji I...... k..r Inlima 9 lul. hul.lltlP. SrhnlUlrr. K.2 day work and 1 day nauiiLC Knatlin. thai. 1 daya work. 2 dayt .h.I .... .......... . n.i. 111 t..t InmlM,, . i:o..liu. Oil", 3 day. work and I day Truh. Cha. in: an. i ll..uLv 10.35 6.00 3 20 fi.72 .'. day haulinc and 1 HidtwMw, 3: II frit luniUr.. J. 1), I daya work I'ay, iiiiii', s nay wnra Knlnrl.. tSlIi. 'J day. work .li., 2 daya work Nnrth. North, 2 day wurk Kilward.. Itllir. 3 data wurk 111 IT.. llrKi.. I da). Murk and I daya iMuhnc . Tipr', Nathan, 3 daya harnor; 3 3 day' harvic itaka. Thnma.. 3 day work and I 2 daya haulinc Iltlfhrr. latd, lri, A Mm. 3 daya wurk 1'all.n, Kinni.lt, 3 daya wntk Jmrntrmali. Tnm, 2 daa wnrk P. r.M!l. day. H. 3 day. wnrk 13 wnrk l'a.lrrtl. J. M. 3 day work day haulinc I.ulrrll. M 3 dart work Harris .lack, 3 day work. . utk Hut In r. K. J , 3 day. IVu.iurr, (Irinin, 3 day work.. Va.Uilt, Itul. 3 da)' work radiritl. .1 I.. 3 daya work daya haulinc IVrry, Tom, 3 day work Will, on, Jakr, 3 day work. Ui.tlr.a, John, 3 day wurk daya haulinc Hlali.. day work ... id ... und and 3 1 1'ittey. (leotee. 3 dayt work and 250 7.00 Uu... n luuii-i-- W a .I.e. work. n.l .1 r .. Hchnililrr, (lu, 3 daya work 3 daya work...- White, W. 4. HO 4.09 l'annhacan, John, a day. wurk. l AM, rtlicu!. a uajs l.n.l. Il.nrv .'I .Ml. WOrk 1 30 1 30 Jilllil. jit.', 3 da)t wurk.. ClnuMn, l.ih, 3 daya work l.SO work Sinilli. John, 3 da 1 3.) .. . . 1.30 Iarh, Allliur. a ua)a wi-:day. wutk I'rc.tt. I'liatlry, 3 II Iwi., a day work. . S (10 MrMullen. lt.uiln.1 lWii..lit. data work. 3 daya wurk S HO L.jih. KJmuiid. a nay, wntk . l.Sl) rnv.tt. I l.SO Slull, 5I.ri.ui. 3 day wotk.. 1.30 Muridi). W. 11.. a daya wurk. Uncli. (ieoree. 3 dayt wnrk .. :t .Mi. work 1. 7.95 win,. . . Slull. Walt.r. 3 day w..i. I.ej.n. .icm, j n() llohin.on, John, iij). .mi and 3 3 day wurk I. HO I HO (100 .iliata fund ll.ira.atl 3.05 5 55 l.HO l.HO l.HO l.HO l.HO 1.80 l.nO 1 1.80 l.HO HO l.HO I HO 1.80 l.HO l.HO 1.80 l.HO 1 HO H l.HO I l.HO and 3 and 3 and - .. . . . 3 l.Hll l.hO ti.lH) 7. HI) HI) I HO 1 .1.80 7 1 Johnaon, lMllard, l.i) Hay, W. I) 11,1 dart bauliKE 3 A M)a work wnrk HO day haulinc ork. I...V.I. .., Kd. ;t dar Kldd. J. II, I day haulinz K. V, J. .la), ami 3 7. HO HO MrOurrrv, Jmr, 3 day work and . da) a liaulinic Ilnhcrtt. Lluj.l. 3 dart work und daya haulinc . . KiyuoliU. Vtrpil, 3 daya haulinc .. iti.irr, Ham, 3 da) a wurk Itolnrta, .Hui, 3 daya work. Itolvrtt, lUn.oiii, 3 dot wurk.. K..UH., Ira. 3 day work . . Uach, J. M., 3 dii)t -- k... Hirclrlon, A. K , 3 day work.. , John, 1 daya work. Naylur, Thuiiiat. 3 da) a v.vrk.. llraiUhaw, Uriah, 3 day wotk daya (lrii, Alri, 3 3 darawurk wurk Hooch, lllraru, Stewart, Joliu. 3 daya work ork. lliHirh, Jack, 3 daya (l.Hidr, Itud, 3 daya won llrlchl, U.. 3 day work. Ilunn, J. It., 3 day work (IhMM, l.uth.r, S dayt wurk. Iltown, Thumat, 3 daya work... Ilartlry, U H., 3 da)t wurk and dart haulinc McCI. ll.iii. I. Ju., .1 day work . lii)' haulinc l'a.lt.ll, Alvm, radcrtt, Kirt, 3 da)a haulinc and 1.5U0 fxl luinMr, and nadi. llnn.ll.'), .1. I), 3 daya haujinc Ilnlidlrr, UlUin, 3 day. hauliur Krynul.l', Lulhrr, 3 day haulm. Wi('rr.r), L. I... 3 day haulinc. Kolxrti, J. T.. 3 day hauling. 1 1 haulinc 3 daya wmk and 3 1 . Nmi', dynamite can, lie 7 HO lirown, Mierinaii, j ua). w..i. a.... a da) a haulinc 2.00 day haulinc... Ilriinn, (lorldlt, 2 2H.H0 Ilr.mii. Clii.lrr. 3 davt work. Wallrr, 3 dayt work and 3 (I 00 . day htulinc 4.00 MrKinnry, 11. iinie 3 di). ork and 3 II 00 II 110 ua)" naui-nj- .v n (1.00 l,u., ....1.1. II. 'J, " .I.,. Im.iln.n I, ..w ........... ,Pii, He. J, W M . 3 da) t work, u daya naunun, aii.1 ....' 3.H0 3. HO 2 00 itsuu htaltltllf Tlioma., 3 dar, wurk ., i ..l., d .1.). KnliinHlll, .Mm haulinr and HAO feit lllllllirr Name 2 dny work IIUI3) McMull. n. (In en, 3 .In), work. Mrllullrll, Willie, 3 djya work .MrMullen, Vircil. 3 da)t wurk. Hiniilctoii, (I I., .1 daya work.. Wll. Mat. 3 duva work . . .. (ullii, I'lato. 3 dart wurk . Klliott, It M, 1 daya wurk and 2 illiva naiiiioff I!em...il. W It., a day haulinc anc 2 ileit"dd' Imcun, 3 da ... . .. .Int. liB.aline 7.80 1 n,r.. HO 2 ft 55 2 00 I 1 HI) HO 11, 3 d.iy wurk . l 13 .ill A l.HO Morcan, II., nail. l.HO Hlmt, II P, 2 day wurk and 2 I1M lla.tun. Then.. 3 dty work 4.00 (Taunih, O.rar. 3 day work ti.OO ilunuy, A. C , 3 da). Iui:nc and 2 l.HO (InlT, 11.11.. 1.80 lloltrrlaw. II II Kinc. leo. 2 day. haulin and nail Djticherty-- , liruce, 3 dayt work... . HVott, Wallrr, 3 dayt work and 200 load, crati I JohnMin, John. 3 day work Manuel, Mm, 3 day work Ilolmi-.(lenrce, 3 day work A.lamr. Wm. 3 dayt work Adtmt, Willie. 3 day wotk Itakt-r- , -. Karl. 2 day. haulinc- Holme.. Al, 3 day haulinc . Hunt, Jator. 3 day haulinc .. . Mull'nr, J., 3 day haulinc I.mnc.tou, Juinrt, 3 day naulinc Johntun, Andrrw, 3 daft haulinc Middteton, (1 . 12 dayt haulinc-llourne- , John, 3 day haulinc. Mauui-IThoma., 3 day hauliuc Adam. Alvm, 3 day hauliuc. lame., John. 210 frrt luintrr... Manurl, Thn. , rill... .lohn.on, Hatu, 3 da work Hotkir.t, Jnioe., 2 day hauhnci.. Na.irr, Ie, 3 daya work Huikint, (Ico , 3 day wotk Hu.klnt. l.ulliur, 3 dayt rieullnc. ."a)lur, W II, 3 day wurk and 3 day hauliuc Siiui.oii, Wm , 3 day haulinc.. Plrtchcr, W (1 , 3 day work... lloward, Ilm. 3 day. haulinc and 28 lo.J. cravrl tieitle, du. dynamite .luctib.. Jtt.ee, 3 duy. work Martin, Lawrence, a day. work Priritt. John, 3 daya wotk Sttna, Craic, 3 day work. .. H. .. Ma.on, Thnmar. 3 day. work .. . . ILyiioM., JitT, 3 day. work .. Smith, J W., 3 da), hjulinc and 3 day work Same. lumMr lor hridjr. Munrey, A. O.. ruck for hridfo... .. .u. VV P .1 .li.v. w.t rL Jul..., AnlMiiiey, 3 day work Juhn.oii, Jarritt, 1 day. work and 2 layt liaullnc Wall.. W. I). 3 day wurk llurton, 1'rrry. 2 day wurk und 1 daya haulinc Ho nun, W. II., a day work Siiofgle, II 1... 3 day wnrk Iteynoldr, 0., 3 da), no-- . Inach, Kd, 3 .III) a, work I,earh. l,afe, 3 da), work 11.11. M. M , U ".!.'. frit oak lumher... l..a.M crawl .... 5. Ml 1.10 7.HO (Jaunt, 5.00 1 HI) 7.80 7.80 4.00 12.53 l.HO 1.80 l.HO 00 llinkinr, IV 'll, 3 Ji). work l.Htl r.lt, II. II. tiay. win.. 'r ill, Nathaiilil. 3 da)t work 1.H0 I.KO l.HO l.MI l.HO l.HO I HO work 'airiir, llrrrn, 3 day iv.irlc l. ....... L'vu.l l ). ... . milt. K V , 3 da)t 'nrrlrr. H. 1... 3 dal't work l'.ik. Iluoue. 3 dj)t work.. .(0 Mu.cn. lrik, A. V. M. l.HO 1 HO 1X1 l.HO 1.M0 1 l.HO I.RO . 1 .20 1.80 a.HO ' Ourtlt, Allen, 3 day Martin, S I', 3 day dayt haulinc ... . ... llrck, Jaiutt, 3 duya dayt haulinc Cain, II. '., 3 day daya hauliuc Moure, He) . uik- Wm., 3 da). 3 day work Ieo . . . . wurk wurk and wurk and J wurk and 3 l.HO l.HU l.HO l.HO 2.80 7. HO 7.80 llaucli, J- 1 . 3 dara hauliuc Hollar, Ilarcry, 4 daya hauliuc. ... in. .. i nua , It. .1. ...... lllv.,.n .tilrltlr... iu.'.uvi rtr ,,.,... ......... I l tin...., Htaminr, J I' , 2 dayt wntk and 1 .lau. hatlltllti Coulry, Urn, 3 da) a work J. Al., J Ul). wvra, o d.ya haulinc Kaine, daniacihi; ilow fnunt. Ilryant, Thru, 2 dayt wurk. .!., warl 1,...... Will.. Hlnclitou, Harlan, 3 di)t rrk .. . . . t'alj.ill, Arthur, 3 dart wurk Day, II. I'., 3 dayt haulinc iluca'i, J. A , 3 dayt hauling . . I iltiu liatitllnir lUunaml Hluchtun, 11. "I trldco lamUr .. II, I'liilin,' Joe, 1 Jaya haulinc.. . . Mitrli.il. M. II.. l loads crar.l.... W.....I..... I.,ii.u.i m w... lu.irli ni.jiii,.., m..Hw, n .lavauay.v.b nvn oiucuiuu, Itaau v., o tuy II , 3 neuiinK day work dt)t work ' 180 . . . .. and 3 1.80 1.80 1.80 1.80 l.HO 7.80 11.(11) ,.,,.. 7.50 20 5.00 4 3. HO 1.80 1.20 1.20 1.80 1.80 t).Cl 7.80 3.25 0J)0 2.00 2.00 .30 1.20 1.20 ... 0 .DM Liach, (leo. 11, 3 day work r .lolin.ou, J. A., 3 .la), work. Dunlap, A (1,3 day work Klu. W II, 3 da a work I))i, Jamr., 500 feet ImnUr .. Mrduffry, Klli.on, 3 da)t work and 3 dayt haulinc ..,, M U..h ! .I.... (Jam at ii. p.iu, u unB n .( b .....I 1 uayt nauiiiic Htrile, Hop, 3 dtyt wink and 2 daya haulinc lt)rd, lla.t, , 3 dayt wu; Iluinau, Jin-- 3 day work wmk Illl.i. Ilinry, II- 3 day (eit lutuU-Hinclrlou, II - loo Pariurr, Dink, 3 da) wnrk and 8 da), hauliuc Vartnir, Jit., 3 djy wnrk and 12 day haulinc (luinur) Win., 2 da) work Itainiv, Itaiiir., In. lie. 3 ilj). wurk Kill., Ilrury, 3 day wark und 3 dty, haulinc .. llulrhiiiton, John, 3 da) wurk l!uMtiiii.on, Jene, 3 day work I'.rry, Juik, 2 day luulinc. rrry. Aiiri, a uayt wurk and 15 load train litlJen, Jiff, 4 day wwk Willi, r. Hhude, 3 dayt wurk Milvli.ll, Chat, 3 dayt ""re: Itiucl'inan, Win, J., 1 dt)t wurk au.1 1 day haulinc Trrry, II II, 3 day wurk Niirlur, W 2 dayt work IIuIium, Jut.. 3 daya woie Mltri. Hat, 1 day work and 2 dayt haulinc lUiiuM, (lulirt, 1 day work.. Phillips, Herd, 3 dayt work.. 1'uiUipi, L'd, 3 day, wurk iut lluu.rr. Livv. 3 daya haulinc 3 dayt liaullnc and h tin. Ijaih, John II., 3 da)t hauliuc and A., null-ria- l furm.hid Wulli r. (i loud. vouiity Yoruiu. II. Y., 3 da), haulinc, 1204 feet lumMr and 70 load. W. 1)., 3 da), haulinc 4 00 CiKlluan. and 24 luad. cravil 1.80 dayt wurk Murphy, All. n, 2 und 1 1 2 daya huulinc 3.20 Wall., Willie, 3 day. work 1 HO , 3 day. work l.HO Y'uruin. 11. 1.80 Curainini, P II . , 3 dayt work Slicliton, Willi.-- 3 day tk l.HO l.HO Pitman, Arch, 3 day work 21 00 Wall. Hurry. 3 da) a work 1 80 V.'ullt, urni), 3 day, work work and nail 10.00 WlIU. W, P, 3 day daya Hud, 3 work... ... Skl.liu.ti-75 2. 181 Ituity, Chut. 3 day wait work... . 1.80 llacsurd. Unit. 3 day 1.80 Smith, Dr. J It.. 3 duyt work Dtlatiey, pud, 3 day work.. 8.00 Skidmorr, Wiulrtd. 3, daya work , Nick. 3 day haulinc GOO W dim (- 1- 3 dava wurk- sLIiln.ore. 12.00 Cheililt, Krirrtt, 3 d.iyt work lli.Ml.tl, is. ll., a uuya work I2.U0 It.ynold, J. W, 3 dayt work 1 -- 0 Hutu r. Itirhard, 3 dayt w.rk. l.HO llrK.e, Clill, 3 day work. . .. Wall.. J,... 3 .Mi. work 1 HO Vercil, 3 day -- urk .. ) .0 (inoeli. H.OT Maitiu, A. D. 3 dayt wurk 10.00 1.80 1.80 2 00 Jenkinr, Hub, 1 day haulinc lone I'U.'M) 4.00 5.71 (limrli, (leo . 3 dayt haulinc Smith, M. I)., ho loud rotk I 1.30 Ho)lon, John. 4fln feit lumhrr Cnili., Sterlinc. 2 day work 7 80 (lo)d, Curtl, 2 da)a work ll.lUn, John, 2 da) work Shrrl.y. 2 day work 7.20 l'ha"rel!or. Will, 2 day work llnr, Thot, 2 day work 7.80 Ctuii.it H.11. .lo.eph, 2 day. work 7.80 Wall.. P.. (., 2 day. haulinc and 32 load, craul Wu.le. J. 11 . 2 day. haulinc n.OO 4.0(1 Y'ocuin. Thoma., :i day haulinc Tlio... 3 day haulinc and .00 4fi load, cravrl 7.(10 Wall.. J. M , 3 dayt work and 52 load. crael 10 2" 4 30 Sluuer. Ida. . 3 day work and 33 Ita.U cra.tl l.HO YiKUiu, llilhe Zack. 3 dayt work , 3 daya work ltatli II 80 Ita.li, M Krrin, 3 dayt work 1.80 It. an. M P. 3 day work 1.80 l.HO Wnfl.M, C. I), 3 day' haulinc and 25 load. Kock l.HO l.HO (ir .n, P D, 3 day. wotk 4.IIII William., T D.. 3 day. wurk . 3 day. wnrk 0.00 Vounc, II. wurk and 2 (1.00 Carrur, Lice. 3 .My day haulinc C.OO 11a n in, Willie. 3 day. work and 3 0.0(1 dayt haulinc (1.00 1.00 Carrier, Jamc. 3 day work 3 (1.00 Ila.tin, Joe, 3 day ytoi'x an da), haulinc o.oo 3 day haulinc n.oo lliuili. John, 3.21 Part. ii,. Krnley, 3 dayt work 4.0O ."iri'l.-- J K, 3 day work and 04 l.uid. craul I HI) 4 00 Y'uuuc. Dilmer. 3 daya work .. 1.80 Vunliuok, W. II , 3 dayt wurk and 3I day haulinc and 70 load, era v. l.HO 11.00 Vanhotk, Prank, 3 dayt work and 3 Ua;. haulinc Wari.ild. Holley, 3 day work und 3 II 00 M. liaulmc 1.80 Mn ui I.. J 1... 3 day wurk and 3 day, haulinc 7.40 Oiki), (' ('., 3 da), wurk and 2 thvi haulinc ,nh .. l.HO 11. ul. . W. II. 1 day haulm;.. llrrki-jrJoe, 1 day haulinc l.HO Cannon, Waller, 2 day naulinc I HO tlri.n, P 11.. tharptiunc J .HII.... l.HO Warh.ld. C. D . 22 bridce till., at .. 30c rach .. .. 1 HO Ilail.-y- , J. P.. 825 fr.t luinln-Miracle, John, 1 day hauliuc 7.80 10 50 Speurr, It , 1 day liaulmc HO 3 da), work 3 dayt wnrk Wall, Horn., 3 dayt work Thomp.on, J. W., 3 daya wurk Howard, Clartnre, 3 d.iy. work (..nnh, llud, 3 day work lliiclu. .Um... 3 iMy work HuichniM.n, CMude. 3 il.t work.... Wall.. John, 3 day work (f.nnli, Arthur, 3 day work .. . Dunaway. T. P. 3 day. work iluinh, llrnry, 3 day w..rk.. ausht, I. T, 3 ia). wotk Ita.ter, Alex, 3 day. haiwnc (lonrli, Pred, 3 da) haulinc Murphy, Kd, 3 day haulinc snulrton, Maurice, 3 daya haulinc-- Sinchton, 1). A., 3 day haulinc Jenkinr. Joe, 3 day haulinc Hri .1 A . ,1m haulinc Smith, Smith, M II., K.l.-.- ......... 70 l0 .... crail Hud, 3 1 ! dart htulinc. 7.80 Amtin, W Purltt. T.. 2 I 2 davt haullmr 1 80 Sim., P N , 4 davt hanlinc. l.HO day haulinc 1.80 Wril.y, Jninr., a S. 3 2.00 Smith, J Vercil, 3 1 2day. hanllnc day haulinc Carrlir, nay. n 7.80 r.iiioii, Clarrnre, i 3 u,ry naulinc llartin, day. haulinc ti.OO Peyton. 1.30 Men.lowp, C C.. 3 day. haulinir. daya haul Thoma., 3 4.00 inc 2 DO Klliutl, l.uihur, 3 day. haulinc 2.O0 ami I0 6O Klliott. 140 I.Hi.M crarrl .. I) C. 13(1 load, irrnn 1.00 day. haulinc 2 00 Tmimlit, llrnry. ,nu, II., i Inadt 0.00 ll.l.tin, damn, 11(1t nay. naulinc . cravrl. 1 HO l.HO Hiccmr. Jamet. 3 dnv. work- l.HO Carter, John, 3 day. work.. . 1 4 l.HO Carter, J. II., 3 day work and 2 iiayt naulinc l.HO Mullen. l.HO ZwhIIph, .Ilk. 3 d.v. wurk dayt wurk. 1.80 .waurn. John, 3 uuya worn nam, j Naif. Alhert, 3 daya wnrk 7.80 .an, n wnrk. 1.80 Naif. .lonn, .Jr.. nay. d.v. work Pi id. 3 Naif, prrd, Sr 3 dayt work and 7. HO . 1.80 pickey. nay. nnniinc data wirk llnndore. 3 l.HO Arnold, Al.-v- , 3 dayt work and 3 uayt 7.80 Hanren, naulinc day. work a Kmil, 3 I da), haulinc 7.HO Hanrrn. Kind. Jr.. 3 data work and l.HO 3 darn haulinc 1.81) day hanlinc l.SO Traul., llrnry, 2 Statnplliy. Allien, Jr., 3 day work l.HO 3 daya haulinc und 250 feet lum1.80 ber l.nO Schtiitxl.. r. P., dynamite l.HO 1.80 Sehlappie, Ca.tnr, 52 load, cratel. l.HO CaMle. A., 3 day. work .. tiro, l.HO Martin, A K., 3 day. work .. 3 daya work.. l.HO (Irini.k, UiCk-iRt- , (Inen, 3 dayt work.. . 1.80 wurk . 1.80 Iliccink. ll.nry. a daytdaya work( luyton, 3 1.80 Hai'shman, Hauclimaii, Sam, 5.50 Chimin ra. Charlie, 3 3dayt wurk . daya work. 11.00 Hud, 3 day. work.. 12.00 I'riininctnn, I'rnninctiiu, Sam, 3 day. work.. 1.80 Wutkiuk, W. P. 3 dnyt work and 3 l.nO day. l.HO Watkm.,haulinc P 0. 3 Jay work and 3 1 HO ! l.HO Welkin, haulinc lti.1.1. C. 3 day work and 3 1 80 day haulinc l.HO l.HO Carton, Sam, 3 duyt work and 1 day. haulinc .. .. l.HO l.HI) Ow.lry. (iiorce, 3 day. work... l.HO Ow.ley, M.lrin. :t day work-Carsllilli.nl. 3 day work. . l.HO 1.80 MrClurr, W II., 3 .My. work l.HO Kail., Tom, 3 day. work l.HO Adiuit, Dump, 3 day work... l.HI) Ca.h, W. S, 3 day. work and 3 day. haulinc 1.80 D)e, Wm. 3 day wnrk and 3 l.HO .lay. haulinc O.OO 0.00 Donne, Charhr, 3 day work and 3 dayt haulinc 0.00 limine. Will. 2 day haulinc ... O.OO Dye, John, 2 d.iyt haulinc 0 00 (..OO Y'lakey, John I,., 3 daya wurk 4.V0 Hoyd, Columlju., 3 dayt work Hoyd, Hen, 3 dayt work 1.25 Ilo)d, Alfred, 3 dayt work and n.oo Alexander, Wilton, 3 day 5 day haulinc -. 4 00 7.02 Aleiatider, Tilford, 3 daya work and 5 dayt haulinc 1.20 1.20 Goccin. John, 3 dayt work and 5 dtya haulinc . . 1.20 1.20 Illank., Sam. 3 day. wurk work 1.20 PiKpatrick, P. P.. 3 day 3 day work- 1.20 Coml.., 1.211 Wlldir, Wm., 3 dayt work Uriil. r, Kd (col) 3 dayt work.- - . 3 day work- 9.40 Pranklm, 4.00 It. ul. il.t. 3 dayt rrork ... . 11.00 Mundy, (iiorce, 2 daya work. Hill, J 11., I day work, 1 daya haulinc and 8 loa.M crael. 8.30 llcCnrniack, John. I iMy. huulinc , (iriire, 1 2 day work . 4.40 Ituckt-llllu.ou. Toin, 1 day work Crjvent, Itoy, 1 dayt work and 2 3.45 dayt haulinc l.HO , Chrik., 1 dayt work l.HO Curtl., K, II., 1 day. haulinc. . l.HO day work 1.80 Coy, Kd. Smock. Hick, 1 dayt work work : 25 Hu.t), Prank, 1 duy ) Strmcir, Jim, 1 day hauliuc dayt wuri- l.MI Toomhr, 1.80 (looch. Kd, I da) work Hill, T. J., 1 dayt haulinc and 12 load. crat! 5.80 l.ocan, W'ni., 1 day. haulinc 7.80 l)uvi. Ad (1., 3 da), work 1.80 biucleton, Tl.oina., 2 dayt work and 3 day haulinc 7.80 Singleton, Andrew, 2 12 day work li.00 Stncleton, Ollie, 3 dayt work day wurk 1.80 .Mrllride, ()., 2 Adam, Jatue, 3 day. work- 5.00 llopkint. 1 (leu. C, 3 day hauling and day wurk 1.80 Shelton, Dud, 3 dayt work Shrltou, Henry, 3 day work, and 3 dayt haulinc 7.80 llnpnin. Hill. 3 day. work llopkin. (Jeu., 3 day work und 3 dayt haulinc 7.80 llopkint, Jo.ttih, 3 day. work.. .. 7.80 n.'iiVin., Kwtll, S., 3 day. work, 3 dayt haulinc . 3.80 Hoi.kint, Jamr, 3 day work and 3 ituy haulinc .. 2.00 2.00 Ilulikin. Mack, 3 day work und 3 day haulinc 4.00 . Wi Hopkin, Olitrr, 3 dt)t work und 3 day haulinc 11.00 llnnk, Woodfcon, 3 du)t work , Orien, 3 day work, 20 03 Itr.n-k3 day. work... 2.00 llrock, 2.00 Ilrock, Will, n day work Hrnck, .luhn, 3 day wort, and 3 day h.iilinc 10 33 Saylor, Juckvon, 3 dayt work und 3 dty liaulmc 3 day. Saylor, Itaac, wurk und 3 day. haulinc . 7.20 Will., J. T-- , 3 day wuik and 3 day haulinc 4.50 1.80 Dyehou.e, Jauiet, 3 duy. wurk und 3 du) huulinc 1.80 1.80 Dy.liou.e k Weill, 1410 fret llimln-at 11.50 l.MI 1.80 SincUtun, ltotr, 2 day. work and 3 day huulinc l.HO l.HO Middl.lon, John, 2 day. work and 3 day haulinc 2.30 work and 2 1.00 Smith, Prank, 3 day duy haulinc 1.80 1.80 Smith, Duk, 3 day wurk and 3 day haulinc 1.80 1 80 Hi Idler, Willie, 3 day work and 1 duy haulinc .. 1.80 ti.OO Ilenday, (fin., 3 dayt wotk . 1 HO Smith, JiiMph, 3 daya work 1.80 MrAlluter, Haul, 3 day wurk. 1.80 llrown, Jerr). 3 day wurk 1.80 llrown, Tinry, 3 dayt work .. 1 HO liruwu. Ultle Tinry, 3 da) a vrurk and 1 2 dayt hauliuc-llrown- , l.HO load ctttel . silence. any occur. One of the white women, turninr? Sir Ray Is a beautiful chestnut to her said: 4 I.'. Pray, woman, nrav. Do somethlnr. horse, 7 years old, 1C j hands high, 3 H. weighing 1,650 pounds great style 7 H8 to help." great breeder and action. He is 1 80 The old womnn closned her hnncla. and sure foal getter. a As an individI HO knelt on the roof, rolled her eyes up- - ual and a breeder, he Is in a class by HII 80 wnru ntui said: He has made two seasons 1 80 "Dear Lord, vo once nromtsoil no himself. county, at Crab Orchard and (Ml in this (i.sS lonR time apo dat (ley nevah would all high class. Sir be no mo' floods. Now, Lord, what Rayofis his colts arc Tom 40701, anu by Honest 0 85 docs dis yor mean?" (I 75 is bred right all through. 5.00 B. W. GAINES, R. F. D. 1, Stanford 7 50 TO THE PUBLIC. 1 I H" 1 Hit (,(l 80. 8ti 80 Prayer And Water. Durlnc the Dayton flood a eood old "lady of color" was rescued with two white women from the deep water and placed on the roof of n barn for safety. After the lioatman had rowed nway the white women tinth offered prayer for their future ifcty, but the colored woman sat by In stolid SIR RAY. No. 11852 This great Imp. Percheron stallion will make the present season of 1015 at my farm, .IU miles from Stanford, Ky on the Crab Orchard pike, nt $15 to insure a living colt. If marc Is sold or parted with after being bred the season is then due. The utmost rare and attention will be given to the breeding of marcs, but will not be responsible for accidents should "BoaTallB!Har5' 1 1 1 0 75 (175 fl.75 .0 75 0.75 0.00 0.75 13.75 0.80 1.00 1 00 5. HO 1.80 1 80 5 30 1.00 1.80 l.HO 1.80 1.80 1.80 2 80 represent the largest and best clothing house in this country Ed V. Price & Co., Chicago 111. My experience in measuring and directing the malting of your clothes, ii. ,,ie tiilvuiiutge over one who ist not a practical tailor. If you will give me your order I will promise you a square deal. You will get the worth of your money, either in the cheapest grades or the higher priced. My SPRING and SUMMER line of samples arc now ready for your inspection. Call and let me show you. H. C. RUPLEY. the Practical T.llo- I mnde-to-ord- Small Country Home I wish at Private Sale. to sell my place at Turncrs-vill- e, containing about five acres of land with comfortable cottage, cistern at door, new stable and other outbuildings, also store house, well located, with never failing well nearby, h of mile small orchard. from church and school. Mrs. Mattie Bradshaw.Stanford, Route 5. Phone One-fourt- 09Z. 40-2- p 1.80 4.eo 7.80 4.50 7 80 CARROLL PRESTON I will stand this great sire and show horse for the season of 1915 at Nunnelley's Stock Yards at the low figure of 12.80 4.50 2.00 1.80 1 HO 1.80 l.HO 1 1 1 80 HO $15 To Insure a Living Colt. Money due when mare is parted with or moved from county. re- 80 l.HO l.HO l.HU 7.80 7.80 3.80 1.80 1 80 1.80 1.80 1 80 7.80 7.80 7.80 4 00 4.00 1.80 1.80 l.HO 1.80 Carroll Preston has been before the public long enough to need no extended description. He has proven an exceptional breeder of high class horses both for saddle and harness purposes. He is in fine shape this season, and you will make no mistake in breeding to this great animal. W. O. WALKER, Stanford, Ky. 1.80 10.80 10.80 10.80 1.80 l.HO 1 HO 1.80 1.80 1.80 1 80 1.20 3.00 2.00 ,30 .CO 4.C0 ,00 3 00 .30 .CO .01) .00 .30 .00 2.1.0 2.00 7.20 1.50 1.80 1.50 1.80 1.80 l.HO .. C.CO 7.80 1.80 1.80 7,80 7.80 7.80 7.80 7.H0 1.80 1 .. --- - MSih!SsrFief. VVa'ia3afJ!8UWl KF HO ALL PEA VINE 4092 21.00 Rex Peavine 1796 Lucy Welti 6404, by Peavine 85 Champion Sire of World at Eight Yeara 7.HU All Peavine needa no introduction to the people of Kentucky. I have 7 80 won more big event with hit produce than any other firm or individual in He sired the champion colt and stallion at the 7 80 Kentucky. Kentucky State Fair 1914. Champions from the youngest to the oldest of 7.80 his produce. 1 have sold six of hit colls and fillies from fifteen to two 7.8U months old for an aggregate sum of $3,455. FEE $25.00 TO INSURE A LIVING COLT l.HO 1.80 three-year-old 7.20 7 20 SHIEK (looth, l.awr.n.-.-- , 3 daya wurk a ua). worn bO Sun.. u.ntr, Hnlion. Hurley, :i day. woi. V C, 3 da)t wurk.. 7 80 Dyr. ItowMnd, (lianyilli, 3 dayt work.. 5. HO llurphr. W. D. 3 daya work... . Tiiui, 3 dayt wurk 1.81) Jiiikink, ana (lillllunn, V c. 3 duyt -;. 1 HO 1 80 11.00 7.80 ..... day naulinc Him, Alumo, 3 day. haulinc 1.00 Iltccard, Thn... 3 dayt wurk and 1 14 day hauliuc 1.211 lloiton. Juhn. 3 dayt w.rk, 4 dayt 1 .0 haulinc aud 300 fi.t lumMr.. . 3 7.80 Prid.rirk. Iliorce. daya da)a wurk... . wurk ... . l.HO 1 j mil, Willie, 3 1.80 Hoard, thnt, 3 day work 1. 00 Horton, line, 1 day wurk and 3 day. haulmc 2 55 Jiiikiut, Harvey, 1 daya haulinc.. crawl.. . 1.20 Itauch, Aun, 111 Mad l.HO (luuth. llrnry, 4 luadt cr.nl naunnc 1.80 Hmcl.tun. 1 A , 1 day Alfurd, J, 2 diyt luulinc 2.00 AtfiT.l. lloward, 2 da)a wurk and haulliu 3 day 1.80 1.20 Smith, J S., 5 dayt htulinc l.hO Tounit. llrnry, 5 daya haulinc MrWhoriir, Ployd. 3 dayt litutlnc r, Worth, 2 dayt haulinc 4.60 .ud 3 day, wurk .00 Haul, 3 dayt wurk and 2 I 80 Cuiliuun, dayt hauliuc 1 tjQ ' 5 load gl.kel W'.IU. l.oc.11. 3 dark wurk Jinkiui, Jonpli, 3 daya work and 3 June, 3 day work.. 1.80 l.HO Ilruwii, Hrynt, 3 day. work.. .. l.HO ltlaiikin.ini.. Arthur, 3 daya work.. 1.80 L'happtll. (lay, 3 day work aud 130 feet lumMr 1.80 Smith, I'rauk I,., 3 dayt wurk . 1 HO John, 3 dayt wurk . 1 Ml Crank, 1.80 llartiet, Kddie, 3 dayt work.. . 3 dayt work.. Wittur, 1 HO 1.80 Hruwu, Kuime, 3 da)t wntk. Tbiup.uu, I,. P., 1 duyt wurk aud 1 day hauliuc 2 05 1.80 Piltuk, It. ().. I day, wurk Dyihoukr, Itirhard, 1 day wurk . 7 80 (i.UO Shirk was the champion pony stallion of Kentucky at the Blue Grass Fair, at Lexington and Kentucky State Fair, at Louisville in 1913 and 1914, 7.80 Big enough to sire a useful pony. Can do more under saddle and to harness than any pony in Kentucky. 3 I 80 TEN DOLLARS TO INSURE A LIVING COLT 1.80 At same place two good mule jacks at $10.00. $10.00 for grey jack 1.80 Money due with all l.HO and eight dollars for young jack to insure living colt. to stock when colt It foaled or mare leaves possession of owner, at time of 2.80 service. Ail care raxen io prevent acciaents, dui noi responsible should 1 80 any occur. 5.80 1 1.80 I 80 R. S. SCUDDER 3.75 1 1 McKinney, Kentucky HI) 80 1.80 1.80 l.HU 2.00 .00 day work.. An.ler.on, Henry. Iticnr), J. T, 1 da), work Miller, Arthur, 1 day wurk.. I 1 .UU 4.30 11180 I.eO 1 80 1 60 6.60 2 nil 5 55 20 2 oo 4.0O 7.20 O.OO dayt w.rk 112day. work. .. ... 2 work 113 day dayt w.rk (iravtt, Horace, 112 N'tpiir, Win., 112 day. w.rk. Ilunn, Wei., 112 dayt wurk Jubn. 112 day, wurk.. Hum, Win., Jr, 12 dayt wurk. Aleurn, Jaunt, 1 I.uy, Uoutt, Jektr, day work. Jre, 1 .80 .00 .00 .00 .00 .90 .90 .00 .UU .t)U . ROUT & MARTIN, Concrete Engineers, STANFORD, KY. I . , OO 1 1100 0.00 5 20 5.20 IIiuwii, (l.urce, 1 12 dayt wurk.... Craic, Will, 2 1 2 day wark.. Tlllel. W. D. 1 12 dayt wurk.. MtKlnney, llurluii, 1 dtyt work lluuu, J i e, 3 dayt wurk Iluun, Tone, l 12 dayt wuik . Owtley, Fount, 112 daya wnrk Altuiu, ll.nry, 1 dat wwk . Duddvrar, Oatrta 2 day. wurk Oaiuden, Crtlc, t iky wotk... llailrwuod, Ollie, 2 day wyrk- Uaka, Kd, 2 dayt wurk Adauit, lluh, 2 dtyt wurk 1.5U .1)0 .00 .00 .00 .00 U 00 l.HO Estimates on All Classes of Work. Block Work A Specialty. CRUSHED STONE For Sale At All Times. 1.20 1.30 120 1.20 1.20 The Interior Journal, Stanford, Kentucky. Friday, June 4, 1915. i' II i J i i r, 4 rs E : i rl THE DOWMAR WAY conduct my cnmnnlRn by letter? r. A. Yes. V'o will furnish you tho the RepuUtlon of Bowmar's Touri for Fulfilling Promises Howmnr will bo in personal charge nnd the pnrty will bo chnper- - icn nlrcndy printed. Adviso tho Con test MnnnRer ns to how mnny you enn oncil by Mrs. Howmnr. In nrrnmrini? his Kxno.lllnn Tnnr. Mr. Hnumnr linn Viml ttin limnflt nt Use. experience Rained from extensive travel In the west, nnl tho further nd- - . Q Where lo you keep tho Unllot vnntnpo or nn invnlunble ncqunlntnncc.hlp with rnllrond ofTiclnls, hotel " I At tho Interior Journal Office, mnnnttera nnd others who mnkc n business of entering to the public. CoiltC.ttnntS mid their friends mnV tie. Whit Palrnnt of llnwm.r'i Tour. Sav their votes there or they may ho Wo recnll with much plcnsure our Yellowstone trip. I hope that my inmny nnu i may lie nine to join you again on your western tour. Hon. ""men uireci 10 uic lonicsi manncr. Q. Can the Contest Mnnnirer be U. Ij. Moore, HnrrodsburR, Ky. Hnve been on two Howmnr trips nnd both were delightful nnd per- reached by telephone? A. Yes. Call the Interior Journal fectly handled. Everything- hns always been most satisfactory. Dr. ErLaw Office and nsk for tho Contest Mnnn-ge- r. nest 11. Hrndlcy, Lexington, Ky. Mr. Howmnr understands the husinesi nnd never neglects members of Q. Whnt nro the prizes? his parties. Jns. J. Hnycs, Cashier National Hank of Commerce, LouisA. A Lelnml Piano, Tours to tho ville, Kentucky, Ky. Mr. Howmnr My trip through Yellowstone Pnrk nnd the Panama Exposition, Niagara Fnlls, Lair, west in your congenial party was most delightful nnd It will give mc pleas- Detroit, Huffnlo, Toronto, Atlantic ure to recommend the "Howmnr Wny" of travel to my friends Your City nnd Mnmmoth Cnve. A circular ability to nlwnys secure the best for your pnrty, yonr many courtesies giving full details of theso trips will nnd untirlnt pntlencc mnkc Howmnr Tours ideal. Very oiuverely, (Mrs.) be sent upon request. If there is nny point about the conMnttic Sprnko Hnrr. 'I 1 jW'W Words ennnot do Justice to fho Howmnr western trip. (Mrs.) W. C, test that Is not fully understood by by the contestants nnd their friends, H. Wood. II. D. 4, Lexington, Ky. Lexington, Ky., My trip with your pnrty to Atlantic City nnd New write, telephone or call upon the ConYork win most delightful. You mnnnged everything ndmlrnbly. An es- test Manager. He will bo glad to expecially nttrnctivc fenture of your tours Is the high class of people who plain the details nfthu contest nnd the rnnttnnt In getting started. nnd the trnvelcrs get their first vlcwinrrivlng nt Huffnlo 12:30 noon. Lun-o- f For your convenience, the contest department will be open until eight o'the region which produces the chcon nt Stntler's, followed by fruits for which California mobile tour of Huffnlo, one of the clock each evening. How Decided. is world famous. Speeding on, the ' handsomest cities in the world. Leave train passes through Sncrnmento. the Hutfnlo C P. M.. on luxurious steam The persons to share In the distristate capital, Stockton nnd other im- crof D. & It. line for trip on Lako bution of the prizes will be decided International portant centers. San Frnncisco is Erie to Detroit a grand fenture of by tho popular vote of the people. The Tehuantepec village on tho Zone nt the Panama-PacifiImposition Is a bit of tho oldest civilization of tho world brought to San entered nt (5:30 P. M., by way of tho tour. Dinner served on stenmcr. today there will be published Pacific's Beautiful Oakland nnd the Western In Central America. in the Interior Journal a Coupon Francisco from tho country of the Aztec ruins Sunday, September 12. which is good for 25 votes for tho clay and wax modeling, splendid ferry Stenmers ncross Snn carpet weaving Is shown, together with onyx cutting, Hrenkfast on stenmer. Arrive Den deIrnncisco Hny, which ancient dancing and singing, pottery making and coloring and other arts lightful first impression nITords superb troit 8 A. M. Automobile tour of the person whoso nnmc appears thereon. of the city in afternoon, with trip to Hello Hut by far the quickest and best characteristic of tho people, A typical garden Is open to the visitor In tho Exposition City. Isle, tho most beautiful park in tho method of securing votes is to get concession In hlch Is to bo seen the landscape art of this people. I',. .(.. ...ill rnmnin I., tll.,.ll your friends Week in Sen nnd acquaintances to A week will be snent in San rrnn-.imt- n m.on i m ..;.i.... .... subscribe or renew their subscripin Epitome Shown by Displays in the Cisco. Tickets of admission to the tunity to sec the line clcctricnl The World tions to the Interior Journal. Votes will be furnished, nnd one jnntion nt night. Leave in special are given on new subscriptions, back Panama- ,evoted t0 "lr,P t0, th,c sleepers (M. C. Ry. nnd Hig Four), subscriptions anil renewals, accord,l!!y.w,lrnbc Vast Exhibit Palaces at the ,. of Mt. Tnmalpais, over the crooked- -' . i ing to their length, ns cxnlained in e est railway in the world (u great. Vrru7 riJnnEtf ?J section of this Pacific International Exposition. con- - another l X"ir. !"?!C ru'P),.,a" Inert with morning train for Stanford. The Capital Priie International Exposition at San Fran- is also included nn nutomobile sibht-seei10 Today the great Panama-PacifiTouri to Mammoth Cave The contestant securing the irrc.-.t- There will be ten tours to Mam- est number of votes in the entire contour of San Francisco nnd to cisco Is bolng'wldely exploited throughout the world by tho millions of sight-seer- s who have visited the exposition since its opening on February 20th last Golden tinto Park and Ucenn uoule-var- moth Cave the famous Subterra-nen- n test will be given the choice between Wonder of Kentucky, given n with stops at Cliff House nnd as the most beautiful, comprehensive and Interesting universal exposition Tour to the Pnnnmn-Pacill- c to Interior Journal's big There that the world has ever known. The wonderful exhibit palaces house the Senl Rocks. hour ofwill be much San nwny in the nnd Prize Contest. Those International Exposition at .San Franthe day. cisco, California, or n beautiful treasures ot the earth, while tho grounds, planted to millions of rare bulbs. enjoy everysummer temperature is 59 Travel Tour who have never visited this famous Francisco's Piano to be purchased from are a gorgrous tnasa of color and fragrance. To tliu visitor eiilerltix Hie degrees, 7 nbove the wintei average. wonder cave of Kentucky will now Hamilton A Smith.,, Thus n candidate gates for the first time, cither by night or day, tho scene Is certain to hold Monday. August 16. ,.. nave an opportunity to io so prncti- - ..., .,: m t the newcomer spellbound, as tho vast panorama unfolds bit by bit before the Leave San Francisco nt 7:45 A. M., cnllv without cost, as the Interior !i, i in.i - it ,i,.. ...;( gnie and tho eye wanders from one beauty spot to another in an endless for n daylight ride over the Southern 'Journal will pay all railroad fare nnd candidate wishes he or she may take chain ot amazing surprises. Entering the main gate at Scott street, for Pacific Railway Coast Line "the hotel accommodations, etc, from tho the splendid trip'to the great Exposi-roaof a thousand wonders," reach- - time the party leaves Stanford until tion Instance, tho visitor sees the great Fountain of Energy directly before him ' return. its giant sprays sparkling nnd flashing In the light of the warm California ing Santa Barbara In the evening e How Vote Are Secured Mammoth Cnve is located in Ed- b day or assuming tho appearance of masses of flowing flames by fore dinner. Here the party will stop With every subscription to The In- sun mondson count.. Kentucky, about tcr;or journnl (when it is asked for) searchlights trained at the Arlington hotel. night under the powerful beams of tho great batteries of Thur.day, August 17. ninety miles south of Louisville. U i9 Klvcll a bnjlol ood for a ccrtaln upon this work ot art. As the spell is lifted the eye falls upon the Touer a The stnv in beautiful Santa first ilmrnvornil in ISO!) nml in' of Jewels the great center piece ot tho exposition, and again attention Is barn and visit to tho fnmout old Mis- - the past few years, it has been an ob- - number of votes, according to the length of the subscription. Subscrip arrested until the eye has conquered the dizzy heights of this sion will constitute one of the "red Meet of interest for thousnnds of tions should be sent, brought or mulltower every cornice and figure sending forth Its share of dazzling lights. every year. A visit to Mnmmoth ed direct to the Contest Manager, features of the California vis-'pThe world's advance in all branches of art. science and industry Is it. The quaint old town is interest- - Cnve constitutes a unique experience who will issue the vote ballots and Among the electrical exhibits, for ing for its Spanish houses nnd knr-ii- n one's search of pleasure nnd the send them bnck to the candidate. amazingly portrayed In the exhibits example, I the Audlon amplifier. Invented by Leo Do Forest. Through this dens nnd the Santa Barbara Mission, mnrvelous. From the moment of These ballots may bo held ns lone as in 178G, is the best preserved rival at the quaint old hostelry, whifc Masircd nnd voted at nny time up tw Indention the visitor In the Liberal Arts palace la enabled to converse over t nil rnn .,. n hj iinni ih nninriiin m""-"- " nnu i nil - i iinina on mic " Cnndi- i ay of the contest. the long distance telephono jivlth his relatives nt tho farthest section of tho . Santa Barbara in the afternoon, is rail? U,lM and fhoir fricnds ,hou(1 iso of Inst century Atlantic coast and may hear the voice of the speaker In greater volume than irrg ourney via the road of u thou- - ning of the history ofthat it the to The Intensity of the sand wonders" is continued to Los part last lmckwnrd lookthe caycry, nl. clip thc coupon which up,)CIir -in cach was actually given into the transmitting telephone. : ... the i .i..r sound Is Increased by passing through heat waves. Today It Is possible for Angeles, arriving there nt 0:15 P.M. ways given when the top of the 'ough IOOUL VJi VtIV rl'Vk ."t,..tnn ! v f, wli.n.. for 50 votes for the Wednetday-Friday- , an orator In New York city to address through the telephone a large audiAugutt stairway of rock, at the entrance is name appears thereon. Three days will be devoted to Los reached on the return from the depth. ence at San Francisco, the sound being increased so that It Is of power great The Leland Piano. enough to fill a large hall This single advance In the development of the Angeles and its charming environs. there is continuous surprise, new exThe Leland Piano offered ns one of paralleled In hundreds of other lines. The railroads havo made The Los Angeles program includes n perience, pleasant memories, not al- the prizes will be purchased especialtelephone is extogether mixed with regret. Thc surlow round trip rates and ample and reasonable accommodations are to be had trip on Wednesday through the quisite San Gabriel Valley and the roundings are not very unlike those ly for this contest from the Hamilton-Smit- h in San Francisco and the adjoining cities. Music Company of this city. orange groves to Pasadena, Uusch's which the first visitors snw. It is imGarden's, etc., nnd on Thursday nn possible to mention, less possible to The Leland Piano is noted for its The Interior Journal Toura tion, famous for its excellent meals, scenic trolley trip to the describe, all the objects of interest to high quality nnd fine tone nnd wns The Interior Journal especially re- - Leavng St. Louis at 9 A. M., the ocean nnd along the seashore many visitors in this most gigantic cavern selected nfter the most careful consid'journey will be via the Missour quests careful consideration of the miles, ten bench resorts anil of the world, In no respect has its at- eration as the one that would pUase cific Railway, which foe nearly 100 eight visitinir Friday is to the great Panama-Pacifi- c open for tractions failed to meet the expecta the majority of thc candidates nnd cities. International Exposition at San Fran- - miles follows the beautiful waters of members of the party toleft bring the most enl enjoyment to the follow their cisco, California, to Niagara Falls, the Meramac and the mighty Missouri Individual desires. The places of in- tions of the intelligent visitor. winner. The contestant securing the Ten popular people Detroit, Toronto, Buffalo and to At- - river, skirting the foot hills of the terest in and uround Los Angeles are and ndjoining counties from Lincoln greatest number of votes in the Engo to lnntic City, which have been arranged Ozark Mountains and affording scen-fo- r almost innumerable. Leave J.os An- Mnmmoth Cave as guests will Thc In- tire contest wil have her choice beof those desirous of broadening their ' ery of surpassing beauty. Kansas geles (Santa Fe Route) Friday night. terior tween the Leland Piano or n tour to Journal. education It is a known fact that City is reached in daylight (5:30 P. Saturday, August 21 the Panama Exposition. Cet the Printed Letters travel Is the source of true wisdom, IM.) with a short time to view the new On train en route through Califord the great educational factor of the 'Union Station, built nt a cost of If the candidate so wishes, he or nia and Arizona. Adam Ostcr, a contractor, wns kill and the trip3 which The Inter-- J 000,000. she may conduct practically thc whole ed with a hatchet in nn encounter Sunday August 22. ior Journal now places within the Wednesday, August 4. campaign by mail. The Contest Man- with a negro tenant nt the rear of his Passing through Arizona nnd New reach of the people of Lincoln and ad- ager will furnish all candidates, withThe morning in Western joining counties are well worth stnv- - and Eastern Colorado. Just Kansas Mexico. Stop nt Albuquerque, N. M out cost, printed letters to mnil out home in Louisville. before where there will be time to visit Harthe train will pull into Pueblo, vey's Indinn museum, which gives nn to their friends. These letters tell opportunity, which is one of althe ..pittsburg BOSSEAU that you have entered the campaign, lifetime, should not be passed over seepers win be of the West."to The interesting insight into the customs, tell about the prizes, price of the pa1 will stand my fine registered the manners and costumes of the Indians transferred lghtly Hundreds of people from all , Denver and Rio Grande Railroad and Hosseau at my farm on the per, etc., in fact, they cover the matof the Southwest. over this part of the state are now,after lunch in the di ter more fully than n personal letter Stanford and Hustonville pike, one the t Monday, August 22. planning to attend this great exposi- - Will arrive at Colorado Springs at would do anil at the same time save mile cast of Hustonville for the seaThrough Colorado and Kansas. Ar- vou the trouble in writing letters. son of 1915 at $10 to insure a live tion or to take one of these other de- rive Kansas City 0:45 P. M. lightful vacation trips You have un-- 1 Contestants may have us many letters colt. Bosscau is a fine big boned ani Automombiles will be waiting to doubtedly been hop.ng and wishing Tuesday, August 24 na thpv will mail nut nml will flml mal, weighs 2.0C0 pounds nnd is just take hem about the city, thence over llay!lV,,,m n itmI hcln in rrnrhlnp frinmls tne Kinu to nrceu to, to get your big chance to do that you might have a ti.i-the Mesa Drive and through the Gar- - forArrive Chicaco 7:35 A. M. A the j ;n i,: 1, in,.....:., ti. recreation and sightseeing in otier parts of the county, in other mule mares. R. L. BERRY., Hustonsnlendid vacation. is ritrht now. for jden of the Gods to Manitou Springs, SCCOnd larirest City Of the United rmmtina nml in nthnr Htntps whnm ville, Ky. 30-lthe opportunity to attend is with in at tho foot of Pike's Peak, (Big Four Route) at they canont reach personally Let Four or five hours will be spent at States. Leave your grasp at the present time 9 P. M. the Contest Manager know how many Ainmtou and dinner will be served High Grade Stallion The Interior Journal is offering a there lyou will need and he will send same Wednesday, August 25. the leading hotels. at one y tour to the Panama Pacific Then back to ofColorado Springs to noon, postpaid by return mail. Start at Arrive Lexington before My high bred ChestInternational Exposition, Two Tours Leave Lexington Wednesday after- - once nnd get your friends pledged to Detroit, Niagara Falls, Buffalo and spend the night aboard the Pullman noon und arrive Stanford nt 9 P. M., 'to your support. Tell them that you nut Sorrel Stnllion will make the sea sleepers, Tortonto or to Atlantic City nnd Ten where yawr many friends will be wait- - iare in the contest and in to win and son of 1915 at my uarn on thu old Thursday, August 5. Tours to Mammoth Cave, the wonder ing to greet you and hear ot the many mat you want tneir votes aim suo- - lair grounds at Hustonville, Ky. He cave of the world. All expenses in Those who desire to make the sun- sights you have seen ut the Pnnama-Pncifi- c scriptions. If they learn that you is 10 hands high, weight 1,200 pounds. all trips, as stated in the itinerary, rise trip to the summit of Pike's Penk International Exposition, the really intend to make an active cam- of muresWill serve a limited number will bs paid from the time the party 14,110 feet will have the opportunity WorldV Greatest Fair. at $15 to insure a living paign, they will be glad to help you due when mare is parted leaves Stanford until its return. Rail- to do so at a cost of $5.00 extra. uuu yuu will nuvu no uuuuie in nunui- - colt; season leaving Itinerary Of Niagara Falls Tour with or on road transportaton, Pullman sleeping the county. This At 11 o'clock, leave for Denver ing votes and subscriptions. stallion is by Ashlund Brook und out car accommodations, automobile trips, the Rocky mountain region and capiTuesday, September 7 Questions and Answers. carriage drives, side trip excursions, tal of Colorado, arriving there at 1 of u standard bred trotting mare. Leave Stanford on morning train, acquaint the contestIn hotel accommodations, meals in dinLunch in dining car en route. reaching Cincinnati by 11 o'clock. ants, order to and prospective, with He has proven to be a great breeder, present having colts to show for him. His ing cars, transfers of passengers and Automobiles with competent guides Luncheon at Grand Hotel, Cincinnati contest, we are pub- colts are all saddle colts, with good the details of baggage, etc. Everything possible will take the party over the city. at 11:30 o'clock. Leave Cincinnati lishing below the some of the questions style and action. Cull und see a good comfort of the will be done for the in special standard Pullman sleeping thnt have been asked and other that Friday, Auguit 6. tourists so that The Interior Journal Four route. Interesting are likely to be and the answers to before breeding times comes. Leaving Denver at 0 A. M., the par- cars via Big through u Jim Reed tourists will be able to enjoy these duylight ride beautiful secI will also stand the great jack. splendid vacations without worries to ty will resume its journey westward tion of Ohio, passing through Dayton, same. through the Rockies One of the Q. How do I enter the contest? Jim Reed, the well known mule jack annoy them. Springfield, Middlctown, Fostorla and most A. Clip, fill in the nomination blank by the old jnck of Jim Reed's; hnving Think what a delightful vacation world's part gorgeous scenic regions other cities. Arrive Detroit 8:42 P. of the Rocky Mountains M. Leave Detroit 10:45 P. M und any one of these trips will mean to is that via below with your nameenre send to sold his colts nt $100 ut weaning of Inter- time. Ho is a fine breeder, having the Contest Mnnugcr you. No one need hesitate about within the states of Colorado and Michigan Central railroad. ior Journal, Stanford, Ky. Printed colts to show for hint nerc. He has a taking one of these trips because they Utah traversed by the Denver and Wednesday, September 8. Rio Grande railroad, known as "tke will then largo bone and his colts have good are not used to travelog. All the scenic Arrive Niagara Falls for breakfast. mutter and full instructions line of the world." This route sent the bone und style. Ho will stand ut $10 winning candidates will go in a careTemperance Hnunp, the mot be Q. Does it prospective candidate. or to The cost anything to enter insure a living colt. Money duo if fully selected party, made up of Ken- is uneaualed in thu vusl wealth of populur hotel in the city, will be the scenic grandeur to be viewed from headquarters. try for the prizes? mare is parted with or leuves tho tucky people and under the personal At 9:30 A. M autoA. No. Neither The entrance to direction of Mr. Daniel M. Bowmar of the cur windows. is through the fa- mobile or park carriage ride through a subscriber to the do you have to be county. B. W. LEIGH, Hustonville, paper. Versailles and chaperoned by Mrs. this wonderland Prospect Park and around Goat Isl mous Royal Gorge with its great Q. May secure subscriptions outBowmar. and, stopping nt intervals to view side of my Iown district? Hundreds' of people throughout granite walls lifting upward a sheer from dinerent points ot vantage, the A. Yes. You are not confined to Kentucky have taken advantage of half mile. Then follows in succession American Falls, the Canadian or the Bowmar's Tours (Versailles, Ky.), see Canyon of the Arkansas, Tennes- Horseshoe Falls, etc. No humun pen your own district in securing subEagle River Canyon, CanPass. scriptions but muy take them from during the past few years and all excan describe Niagara, pressed themiel 'js us delighted with yon of the Grand, Olenwood Springs, the "Great Waterfall," of tho West- anyone , anywhere thut they can be Grand River Valley, Custle Gate, Mr. Bowmar's Tours. ern continent und one of the wonders sent nt the regulur postal rate. and Q. Where do I send tho votes Tho Tours to the Expostion, Niag- Soldier's Summit and beautiful Utah of the world. Valley. At best words are miserable subscriptions? ara FnHs and Atlantic City, etc., Thursday, September 9, A. To the Contest Munager cure of in The Interior Journal's big vehicles with which to attempt a deSight-seein- g Fulls, trip to ut contest will be carried out by Bow- scription of the matchless beauties of Cn Minima side undthe vUit toa marvel- Interior Journal, Stanford, Ky. u Q. When Is tho best time to start? mar's Tours, Versailles, Ky whose this marvelous trip. ous plant of Shredded Wheut Biscuit Saturday, August 7. A. You will find no better timo to years of experience In tho manageCompany. At 2:30 P. M reach Salt Lake get started than right now for under ment of Amercan Tours eminently Mormons, capital Friday, September 10. the big Triple Voto Offer, your subfits them for arranging and conduct- City, Zion of the ing such tours in a most satisfactory of Utah und a center of business enAn open observation car will trans- scriptions will biing the greatest posterprises, nutural beauty und historic port party over the Great Gorge route sible number of votes. manner. In arranging his tours, Mr. Q. How many prizes are there? Howmur has the experience gained Interest. Here u stop of 24 hours one of the most wonderful scenic TOLBERT. will be made, the program including trips in the world. At Lewiston, a A. 13 prizes. The Cupital Prize and from extensive travel and the g un nutomobile tour of handsome steamer of the Niagara twelvo district prizes. Register CC02 advantage of nvaluablo Q. How are votes secured? Foaled July 8, 1911, will make tho wth railroad oflicnls, hotel tho city, u visit to tho Mormon tubcr-nac- Navigation Company wril be boarded to hear its wonderful organ und for a ride across Luke Ontario to To- A. In two ways. First, They muy season at our barn at Moreland ut managers and others who make a $10 to insure u live colt. Seuson duo business of catering to the traveling a trip to the famous resort, Sultair ronto, queen city of Canada und the be clipped from the paper. Second Beach on the Great Salt Luke. public. admiration of ull visitor. Automo- - Votes are given on back subscriptions when colt is fouled or mare parted Sunday, August 8. biles will be wuiting at the Toronto und renewuls. The Best and Quickest with or moved from tho county, Itinerary Of The Expotltion Tour Leave Suit Luke City ut noon on Tolbert is a black lack with white on arrival of steamer at 10:30, way is to get your friends to sub the Western Pucnllc Ruilwuy, crossing dock g Monday, August 2d. hands high, hcuvy bone, to take party for tour scribe or renew their subscriptions points, 15 the south end of the Great Salt Luko of city, to Queen's Palace, Parliament unu give inu voies 10 you. wnen you good feet und perfect in every reLeave Stanford Monday afternoon (11 miles ucross). At Saldure the buildings, etc. Party will remain in show you first season in Intend spect. He your for Louisville in time to connect with train will be in the center of the Toronto until Friday morning and to make an friends, race, really will bo 1914 and ismade his to be a wonderproving active train leaving thnt city about 10 P. M, mammoth salt beds, CD miles long by will be entertained at Prince George glad to help you und you they have no ful sire, some of his colts having arwill in 8 miles wide. The party will leave Louisville Hotel. Thursday afternoon's program trouble in securing votes and sub- rived and measure from 3 feet 3 2 standard Pullman sleeping cars, which Monday, August 9. inches, to 3 feet G inches, and built will include visits to Canada's largest scriptions. through to San will be operated The Feather River Canyon, in the department In proportion. It will pay you to inQ. Are Votes Francisco. The trip as fur us St. Lou-I- s Sierra Nevada Mountains, beginning the City Hull store and to the top of they be bought? transferable and'ean vestigate Tolbert and his colts before tower. will be by the Southern Railway. at Portolu, California, furnishes 120 Saturday, September 11. A. Votes are positively not trans- - breeding your mares. Will endeavor 3d. Tuesday, August miles of the most mnrvelous scenery Return to Niagara Fulls by steamer ferable and thev cannot hn boutrht. I to avoid all accidents but will not be Train will arrive at St. Louis at 7 : imaginably a panorama of varied and Gorge route, leaving Toronto at They must be clipped from the paper responsible should any happen, C. M. BACK A SONS 30 A. M. und breukfast will be served magnificence. At Oroville, Cal the 7:30 A. M. and arriving Niagara or secured on subscriptions. n enters the Sacramento Valley Kentucky Falls (N. Y. C. R. R.,) 11:40 A. M Q. I haven't very much time. Can I Moraland, in the dining' room of the Union Everyone Know let-M- ARTS AND CRAFTS OF 10,000 YEARS AGO SHOWN IN THE TEHUANTEPEC VILLAGE AT THE PANAMA-PACIFI- C INTERNATIONAL EXPOSITION Paducnh P't wESf ?BMkwn iSurSlBKiEs?; - collection contest from the Sunday-schoof thc Christian church of Metropolis, III. The contest wns on for two months. The Pnducnh school had nn nvcrngo of ovr 50,000 points, According to the conditions of Uncontest the .Metropolis Hundny-schowill tender tho Pnducnh Sunday-schon picnic nt Fort Mnssnc, which is located nt Metropolis. On thc Inst Sunday of tho contest the Pnducnh Sunday-schohad nn attend-mic- e of 1,140 nnd a collection of $882,00. The attendance nt Mehro-poli- s was about 1,300 nnd tho collection wns nbout $300. Mule Business Has Been Good In a letter ordering his I. J. changed from Mncon, Gn to Lnncns-tc- r, Sunday-Schoo- l Wins Contest By n Inrgo margin tho Sunday-schoof tho First Christian church of Puducuh won tho attendance nnd ol PUBLIC SALE Ah executors of the cstato of J. J. Thompson, deceased, wo will sell publicly nt his lato resilience on Crab Orchard nnd Ijincnstor turnpike, ono milo north of Prenchcrsvlllc, beginning promptly at 10 n. m., THURSDAY. JUNE 10th, 1915 32 fnt tha following pcroonallTCs: hogs, weight annul 225 pounds; 1 liny marc; 3 bine cows and calves; 2 strrra; 1 yearling bull, extra good; 1 ycnrling steer; 1 yearling heifer; 200 br.rrels old corn; 2 whent drills: 1 cuttli g hnrrow; 1 hay nko; 1 mowing machine; 1 culthntorj 1 buggy; 1 wngnn; 1 rider mill; pnir stock scales; 1 corn planter; set roofing tools; 1 lot of lumber nnd ninny other farming implements too numerous to mention. IIOI Nl.IIOI.1l AVI) KITCHKV II ItNITt HE TERMS All "tints under $10.00, cash in hand, over that amount to be sold on n credit of six months with negotiable note bearing 0 per cent interest from date of sale. JAS. II. and J. FRANK THOMPSON, Executors Under the will of J J. Thompson. Dinner on ground. Cnpt. A. M. HOURNE, Auctioneer 1 ol ol jli li a IhiMM IM ns-si- st nuto-luscio- tills county, snys: "Hnve hud n fine mule business the past winter. Conditions In the South ure improving rapidly." Mr. Robinson Iias been associated in tho mule business with J. H. Wnkeficld, a successful handler of hybrids, nnd tho two hnve made good money In their In J. Fleece Robinson, well-know- n c , illum-Lxpositi- .... ??, c te ,,, Bcazlcy were here Tuesday, soliciting advertisements for tho catalogue of the Knights of Pythias fair to be held in Stanford in Aug. nnd secured quite n number. This fair is always a good one nnd largely attended. Col. llnrrn Is president and K. I . Walton secretary. The Lexingtonlnn. The Elks lodge nt Mt. Sterling has voted to do away with the lockers in the clubroom since the city is "dry" nnd has decided thnt in thc future no intoxicants of any kind shall be allowed on the premises. K. of P. Fair at Stanford. Col. S. T. Hum nnd Messrs. Cummins, J. C. Eubnnks nnd J. J. F. L. INSURE Your Property in (he Old Connecticut Fire Insurance Co. of Hartford, Conn., with SAL1N & SMITH, ng Agents Stanford, Kentucky d, 23-da- y ,.. ii., Le-la- V3 &! . fr3. IiLjiS ,"m d be-th- VMBfcffl Har-'wn- ....r d peo-lettc- r" & J imfiav ie pt' Delicious Water! VtflS fCVR3? . m wnai :ii TSfcV f i.- "" ii . """ ttt Delicious M 5aftAiY. Vile How do you loon if crv no Itehtfullv cold? n' 18-2- is a word well applied to the cool, idl-dn- y Pa-tou- rs I sparkling water from the 'built-icooler of the AUTOMATIC REFRIGERATOR No dust, impurities or odors can get in this cooler. It is easy to keep clean. It uses no extra ice. Come see the refrigerator that takes perfect care of your food, and gives you delicious drinking water. Come in and see it. $40,-worl- PENCE & HILL, Stanford, Ky, lnru' Pcr-cher- '.' THE GRAY ENGINE The Best Gasoline Engine Made. :.. i 23-da- Handy For Farm Use And Simplicity Itself. Call and See It. Warner & Bower, Stanford, Ky. Rex Coal Black Star Black Crescent All hot, free Burners No soot, few ashes .. REX COAL YARDS H. L. PERKINS, Prop., Successor to E. B. Denham fur-the- m ...MONEY TO LEND... On Farms in Sums of $2,000 and up. Easy Terms. Apply to sight-seein- le sight-seein- 1- -2 Bromley & Bromley The Insurance Agents Stanford, Kentucky. Sta-tral- ... J"j-- 1 x' . -- 1 mi ' V- ifrrf V - : i Mm L . . ffltii::. mmtumimmimttm ''j11'.1';.."!?1', y'yflgll11?1 T'lftifltt''J' 4 VJ.1.. 5TW, '" iiTu milieu iini immmmsBm ,.fi-- v!5!35vTU -- w5i i - u,3t v'SUsa,; J r,yCwJ' .fl.1 - The Interior Journal, Stanford, Kentucky. OLDER BUT STRONGER To be healthy at seventy, prepAnrat forty, is aound advice, because in the strength ol middle life we too often forget that neglected colds, or careless treatment ol (light aches and nains, simply undermine strength And bring chronic weakness for later ) ears. To le stronger when older, keep your blood pure and rich and active wflh the strength-buildinand iropertles of Scott's Itmulslon which Isa J ood, atonic and n medicine lo keep your blood rich, alleviate rheunvttiim and avoid sickness. No alcohol In Scott's, bcoll A Dome, Dloomficld, H. I, g g Friday, June 4, 1915. HIGHLAND. Hnrdin Young, who has been In school nt Hnrbourvillc, visited his parent here for n week nnd ha now gone to Pokln, Inch, where he will engage In the berry business this fca-mMr. and Mrs. Leslie Hatfield, Mr. Hnscoc Rogers, Miss Zorn Hnugh nnd little Mildred Adnms visited Mr. Walter Hnugh nt Danville last week. Strnwbcrry picking is the chief occupation near hero nt present (when it Isn't mining too hnrd.) Mr. II. F. Lewis, the champion Gets Right Twist On Rheumatism Maktt Short Wtrk tf Cleaning System Achtt and Paint Out Ytur Entire G 1 HAVE YOU A BANK ACCOUNT ????? If not, do you expect lo go through life without one? Improve your financial condition. It. Make roonej Fast. me Dcpo.it it In the FIRST NATIONAL BANK where it will earn you interest and rcure you living when you are old and too Infirm to work. I t I t morning to visit MIm Kntherinc Itnurne. J. 8. Hockcr and J. S. Harris, of tin First National Hank, nnd Walter G .Smith of the State Hank & Trust Co. are attending the hankers meet nt Crab Orchard today. Miss rattle Stephenson, who har lived here for a number of ears left Wednesday for Iticlrrnonii, where she will mnkc her home. Miss Pattie ha many friends here who regretted ver much to give her up. Mrs. Lulu Johnso- - vns driven hen from Lancaster Thursdny in her new Huick enr by Hrlscoc Conn to mee her children, Allen nnd Miss Florence-Johnsonwho have been 'pending some time in Florida. , pased through to Miss Klla Itlgney. of Ilustonvillc thi' "The Piccadilly" velvet calf bal, J5 Try This Store for better shoes, comfort 3 We ore ready with the newest in Spring: styles and can please you in our special showing of Florsheim shoes, so that you will be convinced that this should be your store and the Florsheim your shoe. 3 proper fit and Heard About Town Frank Ashlock, sen of G. T. of Itowland, hnd the misfortune to fnll from a wagon last week crushing his ankle very badly. Ash-loc- Imt that indirection and the ditrrvrd feeling nhu.li ulna) com with it can Us promptly relieved by t.ikine o There Is No Question before anil after mcIi meal. !5c a box. Penny's Drug Store. c3a $)L DysPePs,a I dUlVd Personal and Social June 8 Social Calendar who is ill. Tho Hook club will meet One of the most interesting num Mrs. Maggie f!over and son, Shirley witli Mm. Robert Hruce. bers Cover, who have been Twre for sev- This of Runaway June Monday night picture was made in Hcrmuch eral months returned to Ornnd the Rcenery is especially interest W. IJ. Willn ipent several i!as in chard to spend the summer. Crab I'liivNillu thi week. Mis .Maud Carter, who taught nt ing. I'. K Kemp, of Lnuixvillc, pasted Cave Springs, (Su., has returned home through to t'orbin Wednomluy. Oppie Broun, who has recentlv to spend the summer Mr. II. I), I'hillipt m nhlc ti) tic out Mr. and .Mrs. P. W. with her parents graduated fiom the Louisville phar Carter. nfter several days' illiieim. James Cooper, Claiborne Walton, macy School, of Louisvile, has ac Mr and Mr. Thurlow Jonea mo- llartwill Shanks, Strother Carter, cepted a positeon with It. K. McRob tored to Frankfort TiiimkIii. Sr.m Kmhry, Joe Hill and Miss Nancy erts' Drug Store at Lancaster. Mix Italic Denny. In visiting rela- Veager attended the dance at tive" in the I'nint Lick teflon. John Held McKinncy, who prove Wednesday evenlg. Willinm Wcsterl'ield of farm, is. the a very efllcient clerk at W. H Kdna, is the name that has been hunt-elKUMt if hi aunt, Mrs. M, D. Klmore given to a little daughter who arrived Higgins, hardware stoic list -- ummcr Wm. Sev rnnce hn heen in Louis- at the home of .Mr. and Mrs. Jessie A. has accented the pontion again thi' ville several tlaH thU week buying .Manning nt an early hour Wednes- summer and is filling the place in n new kooiN. day morning. The little lady tips very acceptable way. Ms Mary Wnldon (Jooch went to the be.wn nt 11 pounds. Lexington Wednesday to cpend Komc Miss Stella Huplev, who has taught Isaac Salem tells us that he hat time. the past ear at Morgnnton, N. ( changed the name of his little ron Mrn. W. U. Hire came up from arrived home for ttlc summer Tues-dn- y from Abdo to Albert. He thinks A lil,ouivillu Wednesday to visit her night. She has had a very suc- do would sound all right in the old coutun, Mrs. Susan Yeaicer. cessful term. country but likes Albert better on Minn llessic (Irccn linn returned Mrs. W. A. Tribble, James Pickett this side of the water and hence the home nfter a viit to rein then and Trihble nnd Miss Dorothy Tribble change. friend In Crali Orchard. have gone to Mason rounty to spend Dr. T. W. 1'enninKton and Thurman n month with Mrs. Tribble's fnther, The Interior Journal prints this is K. Tudor were in Louisville Wednes- Mr. J. C. Pickett, who is ill. sue the annual financial statement of day in the Intercut of the K. I' . fair. Mrs. Carrie Green, who has been Lincoln countv. Our officials want It. II. Denton, of Garrard county, trimmer for Miss Klla May Saunders' where their the tax pavers has heen the guest of his daughter, millinery this spring, left for her money goes and to know letting them they are Mr. W. S. Full this wee'K. C mornhome in incinuati Thursday do o, nnd at the same time obejing George I). Hopper, who has heen ing. the law on the subject. attending law school in Louisville, W. S. Fish, who travels for the is nt home for a vacation. American Tobacco Company, has been Major A. H. Florence nnd Adam McMlameM Vi tor I enr, and S. D. home several dav this week, on the Cochran, of Imcaster, have been the sick list, his many friends will regret Pence have almost completed the oiling of the streets of Stanford. Conguests of Mrs. W. S. Fish. to know siderable oil wns wasted last week Miss Lillian Mueller, who taught at Miss Sophia Hill has gone to Stan- and the week before on account of the returned here ford for n Morgnnton, N. C viit with Miss Mnry Lvnn Wednesday night to spend the sum- Fo. Kmmet MiCormick of Huston-Mil- continued rains, so it is hardlv thought probable that the 10,000 galmer with her father, W. II. Mueller. was n visitor Sunday at the home Mr. J. 1'. Hill, who has heen con- of A. Levenson. -- Somerset Journnl. lons bought will cmite cover the town. The first few elavs have been fined to his home on logan avenue, Col. It. L. Hubble took to the bankby illness, is able to bu up, his friends er's meeting nt Crab Orchard in his very messy but ns the oiling is drying out, it is proving a great thing in arc glad to know. car this morning the following genMrs. Sallie It. Sauiley, who has tlemen: J. H. Paton, W. M. Hnght, keeping down dust, viich is usually a dreadful nuisance especially on been with Mrs. (Iconic L. Penny and W. II. Shanks, and J. C. Kuhnnks. Main street. II. Itowan Saulley for several days, Hon. Harvey Helm, K. C. Jordan returned to her home in Knoxville nnd Jcv-C. Lynn are KIWir at County Judge James P. Uniley is Thursday. Springs. The first named went for Mr. and Mrs. K. C. Moore drove up a rest and thc'latter gentlemen with planning to leave eiout June 17 for from Liberty Wednesday afternoon the hope of being cured of their infir- California. He will be accompanied by his granddnughter, Miss Katherine and took bnck home with them Mrs. mities. Gregory, who has been attending the Kd Wilkinson and Miss Mabel WilkinMr. A. J. Adams, of Ilustonvillc, Cincinnati College of Music the past son, of this city, and Mrs. A. J. brought A. Dodd Skinner here Wed- term. They will go first to Oroville, of Crab 0rchrd. nesday to take the train for Keokee, to visit Judge II. D. Gregory nnd famVn where he will join his father ily nnd will afterwards take in the for the summer. He has a good po- big Panama-Pacifi- c Exposition at San sition there. Francisco nnd other points of interest Mr. nnd Mrs. John Charles Ohborne in the Golden West. Judge Railey who have been the guests of the fam- plans to be gone about six weeks or ily of her mother, Mrs. Charlotte two months. During his absence, C. Warren, returned to their home in r will be acting County -J -e, e Dil-lio- David S. llromley went to Nnhvillc Tenn., Thursdny night on business. A. J. CotTey, of Iloylo county, was on today's Itichmond hound train. Miss Kmlly Murphy, of Shelby City is the gucut of rcln.cs and friends here. Miss Lillian Garner, who has spent the past several weieks in Cincinnati, wns here this morning on her return to her home in the Fast Knd. MihS Llirabeth Hunn went to Frankfort Wednesday o stay a waile with .Mrs. II. C. LeCompte, her aunt, at the sale of the effects of the late J. J. Ihomp A HIG lot of household en furniture will be sold and kitch son, near Prcachersville, on June 10 W. S. Dre was called to Lihertv Thursday afternoon by the illness o' his unele, Maj. Watt Drye, an oh" Union soldier. M. S. Haughman o;d hit five-pa- s senger Overland car to J. W. Ace.v this week, and went to Lcxingtoi Friday to purchase another. In S. S. S. Ynu Get a Twist on RhpHmatlsm that Settles It. Many a rheumntlc sufferer han been to them neutral nnd scatters thoe peculiar week. tho clruR store for n bolHo of H fl H ami formations In tho nervo centers that Miss Kflic Young, of Louisville, been handed something claimed to bo cmuo tuch trustifying and often baffling spent a week with her parents, Air. "Jut ns Rood." Truly, to osk for bread rheumatic pains. nnd Mr. C. M. Young, before leaving and ho Ktvm a Mono Is ntlll In practice. And best of nil this rrmnrkahle remedy If nro In with If for Wcrmctonsing, Mich., for the sum- any form be troubled U'o 3. rhemrotlsmnolo Is wclcomo to the weakest stomach. our H. ami H. aura to you have drugged yourself untH mer. . you will bo Its wonderful Inltucncc. stomich In iicurly tmralyicd. Miss Myrtle Johnson was in StanS 8. S has the peculiar notion of noak astonished to Hnd thnt S. S. S gives no ford shopping Saturday, and visited lng VhrouRh tho Intestines directly Into sensation but goes right to work This in la five her grandmother Mrs. Hnmbo, at the blood In Inevery inlnatcM Its Inlluencctiny because It Is a puro vegetable Infusion, Is) nrtery, vein nnd nt work naturally Into jour blood Just a Maywood Saturday night. every organ taken air Is Inhaled naturally Into your capillary. Kvery membrane, puro Mis Cyrenn Young is at home for of the body, every cmunctory becomes'ln lungs. her vacation. effect a filter to atrnln the blood of Im 8. S. S. today, nnd ask. Ot a. S. Misses Myrtle nnc Mny Johnson purities Tho stimulating propertlcM uf tf for ti. S. bottle of S. 8. compel tho skin, liver, bowel, kid attended the services and decorated Tou may depend upon It thnt tho sloro bladder to all work to tho one end graves at Pleasant Point Sunday. good of canting out every Irritating, every pain thnt sells you what you ask for Is a hollowing are a list of the births Inflicting atom of poleon; It dislodges by plnco to trade. Write to tho Swift 204 Swift I 1Mb . Atlanta. Oa., since last report from Highland: To Irrigation alt accumulations In tho Joints, Kpcclfle Co. Mr. and Mrs. T. D. Williams, a girl, causes acid accretions to UIsolvc, renders for their Uook on Uhcumatisra. named Edith Marie; to Mr. and Mrs. Charles Lewis, n girl, named Alma Pearl: to Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Young. a boy, named Flotis H. Mr. O. (i. hpeake atii: iucl.'n I auik- ner left la week for Kansas where Mr. Speake will :.rcsh again this berry grower has several competitors this year, namely: J. W. Carrier, W. K Horton, Eph Young, Will L.ong nnd Freddie nnd Eddie Young. Miss Grace Young, who has been trimming hats nt Hincyville, Ky., this spring with homcfolks for the summer. Mr. J. H. Ilutt has improved slightly since our last writing. Mr. Ithcuhamcy Young had her house covered and remodeled last )u r.e, year. Ladies, Misses, Children. "at home" here and have those who wait upon you satisfy you in every respect; in personal attention as well as in merchandise. you Our aim is to make Phillips Phillips AND Airs Leslie Hatfield is on the sick list this week. Woodford Lovcll, Bovven Adams, and Noah Terry, from near Stan ford were here Sunday, calling on a few of Highland's prettiest gills. Mrs. Fred Reynolds of King's Mt., and her mother, Mrs. Jim Brown, of Pleasant Point, were at Mrs. C. M. Young's purchasing summer millinery last week. Itev. A. S. Godbey and family, of College Hill, visited his srster, Mrs. C. M. oung last week. While here he gave quite a helpful talk at praver meeting. Mrs. Sarah Austin, Mrs. Mjrtle Gooch and children, of Kings Jit., Mrs. Burton Spires, of Hall's Gap, visited at the home of Mr. J. G. Hnugh Sunday and decorated graves at the grave ard here. Mises Pearl Cook and Cyrena Young made a business trip to Buck Creek Saturday. Misses Effie and Grace Young visited .Miss Louella Dye on Green river Saturday night. Mrs. Harry Walls and pretty daughter, Mabel, of Ludlow, were the guests of Mrs. W. O. Young over Sunday. To Preierve Your Health. The kidnevs are the erent health We have for you,, this time Dresses, Waists and Skirts. Our assortment is very large and we are going to give you some rare bargains. In our Ready-Mad- e Dresses you will find the material is all right and the styles are the latest. A few Crepe Dresses, worth $4 to $6 now go for $2.98. Messaline Dresses, $10 to $18, now $5.98 to $9.89. White Dresses, worth $4 to $10, going for $1.98 lo $4.89. In Waists wc can please you in size, style and quality. Have them from 45c to $1.98. We have a great big line of Skirts, which we can sell you at $1.98 to $5.89. Children's Dresses and Rompers in great variety and at prices we know will please you. The ladies are reqested to see ou Bungalow Aprons. Special Bargain for Satarday and Saturday Night: White Underskirts worth $1 to $1.50 at only 89c. from indigestion and constipation and require the same scientific remedy to keep the stimach sweet, the liver active and the bowels regular. Foley Cathartic Tablets are wholesome and cleansing; do not gripe or cause nausea. Stout people say this is the one cathartic that takes away that over feeling. Sold full and clogged-u- p everywhere. Oil, Oil, Attention Farmers. I can save vou money, can fill barrel, or sell you a No. 1, Not for Men Only. Women suffer as much at men do preservers. Rheumatism, backache, ' headache, sore muscles, stiff joints ' come when the kidneys are out of order and fail to properly filter tho Foley Kidney Pills tone up blood. tired and diseased kidneys, banish backache nnd stop sleep disturbing bladder troubles. Sold everywhere. MORELAND. Mr. L. Ridings of Pulaski county, New-oil- THE BARGAIN STORE SALEM & SALEM. SPECIAL TRAIN EXCURSION a lour has been Mr. pleasant visitor at tho . W. P. home of Mr. John E. King who has been attending Louisville Dental College home for the vacation. Miss Margaret Hanson, of Va is with relatives CINCINNATI Sunday, ROUND TRIP steel barrel with faucet, fiO gallon capacity, at n low figure, nnd fill same with the best oil at low prices, wiving you from $1 to $2. if jou cannot make arrangements through your merchant, call or phone Standard Oil Agent, J. W. SWEEN30 EY, Lancaster, Ky. Phone 152. and J" e. RETURN CITY the past term, has returned to his c, Hanson-vill- mrs7lyon's aches and pains Have AH Gone Since Taking Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound. Terre Hill, Pa. "Kindly permit mo to rivu you my testimonial in favor of i.jtna c. iinKnuin i urBIPiitiT?1 Veen tu bio Com- IKiuinl. When I first began taking It 1 was guirering from female troubles for some time and had almost all kinds of nrhes nains In low er part of bnck and In sides, und pricing down pains. I could not sleep and had no nppetitc. Slnco 1 have tak n Lydia C. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound tlio aches and pains are all gono and I feel hko a new woman. I cannot praise yourmedicine too highly. "Mrs. Augustus Lyon, Terro Hill, Pa. It Is true that nature and a woman's work has produced tho grandest remedy for woman's ills that tho world lias From tho roots and ever known. herbs of tho fiild, Lydia L Pinkluim, forty years ago, gnvo to womankind a remedy for their peculiar ills which has proved more efficacious than any other combination of drugs ever compounded, and today Ljdia K. Pinklwm s Vegetables Compound. Is recognized from coast to coast as tho standard remedy for woman's ills. In tho PInkham Laboratory at Lynn. Mass., are files containing hundreds of from women keckthousands of lutU-ring health many of them openly state over thelrown signatures that they have regained their health by taking Lydiu E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound; and In some cases that It has buviU them from surgical operations. WffSJE upon a meeting of the Haptist State Mission board of which he is a prominent member. Mrs. S. D. Hoggs, Miss Pauline Hoggs and Mr. Sam Hoggs, of Danville, and Mrs. Ufied Frickson, of Phelps, Pike county, and Wallace Wil li.im'-oii- , of Catlcttshurg, wcic guests Thursday of Mis. K. C. Walton. Mr. and Mrs. J. II. Hill nie receiving congratulations upon the birth of a bouncing oung son, who arrived nt their home hero Inst Saturday. He has been named J. II. Hill, Jr. Grandpa .1. S. Campbell is all smiles over the arrival of the oungster. were the guests of Mr. and Mrs. Maurice Perkins, of Crab Orchiud Sunday. Miss Hoyd has recently returned from Arizona, where she taught in tho Globe City schools last ear. Whilo in the West Miss Floyd crossed over into Mexico and saw the battlo fields and liward the firing of the rebels. Jerry Hnscoc, of Lincoln county; J. M. Hriscoe and son, Thompson, of Mitchellshurg, und Mr. and Mrs. Itobt. II. HriFCoe and children, of Ctelmont, Ky., spent Sunday with Mrs. Sumwi Hrlscoc nnd family. George Itainey, of Stanford, was the guest of his cousin, J. T. Underwood, and family, Saturday nnd Sunday, D. It. Moore. of Lincoln county, spent tho week-- l end wiui .ir. ami .urs. uonn .u. iieim illo and Mr. and Mrs. 11. II. cor. Danville Messenger. Helm.-Parksv- Itev M. I. Karl,, per fcvcrnl ibys in Louisville this week in attendance Knowille Thursday. Flod, of Ilustonvillc, Mr. HuiUoii Hohou nnd Miss Is-.- i General Newt Notet. The Pennsjlvania railroad has recently placed orders for 10,000 freight cars and several hundred locomotives and passenger cars The Hritish btcamship Ethiope, of 2,475 tons, was sunk by a German submarine in the English Channel. Her crew wns permitted to embark in small boats before the vessel was torpedoed. Burglars testified in Chicago that a former police captain gave them protection at so much per to carry on their nefarious won:. That sounds mighty bad, but as the news came from a bad bunch it should be taken with a good supply of salt. While cm Ins run, at Sunbright, Tenn., Brakeman Vernon Singleton Has Judge. , was shot and heri"iihly woundei by a .oung man whom he had put off The reception given Elder Joseph the train. Singleto? --.as tnken to the llnllou, was doubtless pleasing to Knoxville hospital, and is icported as that gentleman. Itev. Ballon came some better today. down to preach at Christian church Satin day night, Sunday and Sunday DEMAND Formula Label on your night, and was greeted by large au- House Paint puichases II. & W. has 30-- 2 diences ut each service. Elder Hal-lo- u t. was pastor of that church for many jears. He is remarkably active for one of his age, and his sermons HELPLESS AS BABY arc delivered in a way to arouse both of saint and sinner. Every this community was delighted to meet him once more, and will hope that he Down in Mind Unable to Work, ill return again at an early date. Parksville cor., Danville Messenger. and What Helped Her. Ice Cream Supper at McKinney, The ladies of the McKinney Haptbt ill inch will have an Ice croam supper Summit Point, W. Va. Mis. Anna at tho home of Dr. and Mrs. J. 11, Belle limey, ol this place, says: "I sufSmith, nt McKinnev. on Siturdav fered lor 15 vears with an awlul pain in night, June fth. Tho proceeds of my riRht side, caused from womanly the evening will go to n fund which trouble, and doctored lots for it, but with-ois being formed for the erection of success. I suilered sovry much, a new Baptist church nt this hustling l'at I became down in mind, and as helplittle city. All are invited to attend less as a baby. I was in the worst kind ami help out this most worthy caiite. of shape, was unable lo do any work. Ice cream nnd strawberries will be I ocean taking Cardui, the woman's served and nil who attend will have tonic, and got relief from the very first s, a most enjoyable evening. dose. By the time I had taken 12 Fo-.teut bot-t'e- Virginian" for a few days. Mis. William Mori'land of Cincinnati, has been th pucst of B. C. and F. F. Sandidgc. Frank Dugger of Lexington, is on a'visit to his mother, Mrs. Joe Jesse. Mr. Abe Minks, proprietor of Mineral Springs Hotel, is leccivin orders daily for his famous mineral water. Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Tammc, of Brumfield, spent a few days of last week with their daughter, Mrs. Albert Mosier. Dr. Alcorn, of Hustonville, left Monday night for a several days stay at "The $1.50 101 FROM JUNCTION Mes-dam- es SPECIAL TRAIN LEAVES JUNCTION CITY 5:35 A. M. Atk Ticket Agent for Particulars H. G. KING, Pass'r and Ticket Agent East Main St., Lexington, Ky. The little son of Mr. and Mrs. O. A. Bishop, who has been quite poorl for several days is some better at this writing. Miss Catherine Coffey of near Danville, spent last Saturday and Sunday with her grandmother, Mr. Katherine CotTey. Mr. C. L. Coffey, who has been teaching school in Georgia, the past winter was. in town for n short while last week, en route to his home near Hustonville. A meeting of the fair directors, is called for l!:30 o'clock at Knights of Pythias Hall tomorrow, Saturday afternoon. Col. S. T. Harris is at Martinsville, Intl., for n week or ten days. The Dream Fadei. ii iirl It. irowini? un hhe drcuiiib some day a knight will come dashing up on his charger after the lvi. lipn nn tho rnntnmnni.il counter awhile fhe is content if bhe can marry a plain ordinary man wno sias. at home one night in the week nnd let her do the charging at a dry Booth Wb.n btore. well-know- n at Asheville, N. C. will make the season of 1915 at my stable, 4 m.,e from Crab Orchard, on the Singleton place at ten ($10) dollars to insure a living colt. Description and Pedigree Don Varrick is a beautiful chestnut, 16 2 hands, with snip and white hind feet; weighs 1400 pounds and as compactly built as a pony, with plenty of bone and finish. He is a superb breeder as his colts will show for themselves. Prestolight, one of his colts went a mile last year at Lexington in 2sll 1.2 and another in Ohio in 2:10. No other horse ever stood at so low a price with two colts in the ten list. Don Varrick is by Onward Silver 2:05 1st dam by Wilkes Boy 2:24; 2nd dam by Bogg's Grey Eagle. Don Varrick has plenty of speed, having shown quarters in 34 seconds and went half mile at Danville on 2 mile track in 1:10. He has a splendid disposition which he imparts to his colts. All his colts are prompt drivers, full of vim. They need no whip. See him before breeding elsewhere. He will take your eye and you will make no mistake in breeding to him. A FINE MULE JACK. I will alto stand the Bun Gaines jack at the same place at $10 a season. Will stand a fine registered Shorthorn Bull at $2 to insure. Money due in all cases when animal is bred elsewhere or! W. R. GAINES, Crab Orchard, Ky. parted with. DON VARRIPK" I When Motoring to ....DANVILLE.... Stop At The did when only 16. Cardui certainly saved me from losln iiy mind, ard I feci it my duty to speak I wish I had some power it its favor. aver poor, sutferin? women, and could ike them know the good it would do 0cc' as I Warner & Bower Get Good Contract. Warner ti Bower, the plumbers of this city, have secured the contract for putting in the heating and water apparatus in Mr. v. .m. Hnght's new homo on the Danville pike. The pneumatic system of water works will be installed and the Intest The my health was completely restored. heating devices will be used. am now 4S vcars years old, but teel as contract calls for about $1,000. FOREST CITY MPta. afSB2srfal A Visit S Don't miss the wonderful opportunity for educational and pleasure travel afforded by the Panama-Pacifi- c ffeeSL- Exposition Exposition San Francisco Panama-Californi- a San Diego Tickets are on sale every day at s Don't neglect u summer cold. A bronchial cough causes broken sleep Foley's nnd lowers vour vitality. Honey and Tar Compound soothes ami heals ruw, inflamed membranes, stops tickling in throat and clean stuffy, wheezy breathing. Contains no opiates; children like it; good for all colds, coughs, croup and bronchi! affections. Sold everywhere. Shop Perfect. And Refresh Yourself in our Soda Parlor. SHOP PERFECT (Incorporated) DANVILLE, - peculiar to women, it will certainly be uortli your while to give Cardui a trial, t has been helping weak women foi uore than 50 years, and will help you, tco. Try Cardui. Your druggist sells It. Advisory Jicm." i II) on suffer from any ol the ailments TTmJEfcst PAINT BEST BY TEST Sold by Shugars' Drug Store Stanford Very Low Excursion Fares via Couthekn Railway Premier Carrier of tho South For full infotmstion, see Ticket Agent, Southern Railway or write B. H Todd, District Passen. ger Agtnt, Southern Railway, Louisville, Ky, J KY. H'ritt It 'num trcilmtr.1 (iicnyo'jrcann3 6 nsboek, lor Worrtn," In plain wufpu. Dew , ChMUnoegi Md'dn Co , Ltdltt' CttMlnoei Ttnn. lor i"'-i- i Homt HC 131 BRING YOUR JOB PRINTING TO THE I. J. ' It" '! J ! '""' "rlW! UMI ' L '' The Interior Journal, Stanford, Kentucky. Friday, June 4, 1915. P -- f; H W Dakota Jack's INDIAN REMEDIES WJirx-V."-- ' " Try Bick headache, "BETS-IT,- " It's CRAB ORCHARD. biliousness, piles nnd bad breath aro usually caused by Inactive towels. Get a box of Rcxall Orderlies. They net gently and effectively. Sold only by us at 10 cents. Penny's Oruq Store. Magic far nvr Ctrru! r Ltf ' i Kv rs I.J l John Walsh, of Ccntcrvillc, sold three loads of nrmy mules to Smith & McCllntock, of Paris, 2Se Dakota Jack's Cowboy Liniment nt from $100 to $150 each. 25e Dakota Jack' Creme Soap. Price lOe, 3 bar A carload of chickens recently purAll ok sale at chased in Ilnrrcn county by n Chicago Shugars' Drug Store, Stanford, Ky. Ifirni netted the fnrmera $2,500. They DAKOTA JACK I were engaged The Northwestern Cowboy through the farmers' OF OIOINr0B Dakota Jack'a Home Address: Atlanta, Ca. union. FURSUtrS INDIAN HERBS Luce & Moxley, of Shelliyville, Fold Inst week nt W. I. Yit, if Kunsns Ity, Mo., their youn.r f how hull, Prince Rupert 44th, for $1,000. Up is sired by Prince Rupert VIII. The Folly farm, of Abingdon, l'u., sold 17 Pcrcheron mnre. thi month nt tin nvernge of $150. The highest Kai-yOra .paint la Err N.rr.l Use prlr s'l pn'r wot i. l.ltiO. N'enrly 1,000 'GETSW ll "Ota" Every Cent persons attended the sale. 3ur.tr, Quickly I Fox Duddcrnr, of Rowland, sold wilt dumfound you. especially If you have to Ike Shelby, of Shelby City, last tried everything elio for corns. Two drops applied In a few tocondt that's all. The week, 40 head of feeding steers, n right off, '$7.40 a hundred pounds. Mr. Shelby corn shrivels, then comes trouble. If you without fussing or then turned them over to J. II. Ilnugh-mamadon fnt bundlo out of your huveeer benuti-fic- r. 11 near Shelby City. They averaged toe with bandages! ued thick, 850 pounds. to the mills platters well, you'll appro Forty-eighead ) Hereford!, avuo "OUTSeraged $l,Unfl at the rfalc of Grhbort elate the dlffertnco when youvanish. Cutbeauty of cottage will IT." Your und others nt Independence, Mo. The ting and gouging with knives, raiort. (lies n top price was $000 for the yearling, and scissors, and the danger of are dona away with. Try"OKT8-IT- " Odessa Lad 22d, n son of Onward I.ad tonight for any corn, callus, wart ot 0th und out of a Generous dam. Ranfall;. kin & Lynn, of Tnrkio, Mo., were bunion. "Never sold by druggists every "OKTS-ITIs the purchasers. F. K. Hush, of Dexter, where, SSo n bottle, or tent direct by K Iowa, purchased n November yearling Ijiw rrnr-- A Co. Chicago. 'from n dam by Generous for $500. Sold in Stanford und recommended J. U. Ruble, of Urynntsville, Gar- as the world's bet corn cure by I rard county, delivered to Clel Colc-ima- Shugar's Drug Store. of Mercer county, Thursday 174 fat cattle, which he has had on slop Deputy Sheriff Brines in a Man at the Hurgin distillery, for sometime Deputy ShcrilT Marshal Herring, of nnd which were in prime condition. Ilustonville, arrested and brought U They averaged 1,1 8G pounds and Mr fail here Wednesday night Kd McGuf- made according to a Coleman paid eight cents a pound for fey, who is wanted for drawing a pisthem. lie had engaged them some tol on another. McGuftcy had a big scientific formula time ago. gun in his pocket and he will have to of W. II. Lawson, the well known serve a sentence for that infraction here or not and stock buyer of Garrard, was quar- of the law, whethercharge. he is conof Wednesday. He says that the victed of the first placed against Kentucky by antine Ohio and Pennsylvania, has tied up The Stanford Fair. "Madc-to-wearQfc7niTtTwrnn3l his shipments He has several loads With Col. S. T. Harris ns president. hogs ready to go, and about 1,000 and Ed Walton as secretary, of the colors. 5 Forty-nin- e lambs. Stock dealers do not believe Stanford fair promises to be the liest the restrictions on eer held in the co.mty. They will huwe.er, that Kentucky shipments will he kept on have an attractive premium list, very much longer. which will insure th stock, and a fair E. Wright, the well known jack that will draw the stock, will also Joe W. A TRIBBLE, Stanford, Ky. and horse breeder near Shelby City. draw the people. They will make L. L. SANDERS, Crab Orchard, Ky. shipped to R. D. Thornbury, of Los even greater improvements on the G. B. PRU1TT, Moreland, Ky. Angeles, California, this week, a car- - grounds, which ate already about the l load of jennets and five high ckus prettiest in the htate, and one of the Kentucky saddle horses. Mr. Thorn- - best fairs in Central Kentucky will bury has bought a lot of Kentucky be held at Stanford in August. Lanjack und horse stock, including the caster Record. celebrated saddle gelding Jack Harry-morHe has gone into the business FLATWOODS extensively on his western ranch and Everybody is rejoicing over the has bought liberally in this section of good rains which were so badlv needthe state. ed. ' Thurlow Jones took up two extra The Singing at Flntwoods is doing Compounded according to tbo Original & fine bunches of hogs here this week, very well with Km. Todd and Dial, Formulas & Recipes of Charlie White-Moonnd has shipped them into the Cin- in charge. The Cow-ba- y Herbalist, for the treatment cinnati market where, it is expected Mr. and .Mrs. Joe S. Craif of Spiro. of human ailments. Endorsed in the Bible. that they will bring a top figure. were visiting her parents, Mr. aid Thousands of Testimonials. the From Walter O. Walker he bought 4 1 Mrs. John Elder Thursday niglrt. Great Body-Toni- c. SCIENCE SOPE, for the Huhead of thoroughbred Red Berkshircs Mrs. Mary II. Harness is in a very CHARLIE WHITE NOON man Skin Only. Ask your druggist, or writo that were beauties. The porkers ave- bad condition, as a result of her arm raged 230 pounds nnd Mr. Jones irnvc being thrown out of place. Jit CswVtr Herulist ' seven nnd a half cents a pound for Mi.ss Permclia Elder was visiting cioiNron or HOI Mrs. CHARLIE WHITE-MOO- N CNETEIIIIE WKITE WW them, trom r. A. Kice he purchased her sister, Sirs. Joe S. Craig, of Spit:MEDlES a drove of 40 Duroc Jerseys that were ro, last Friday. 3731 West Broadway Louisville, Kentucky A SCIEKE SOPE nl.so porcine beauties. These neraged Sirs. Nannie J. Reynolds, of East 200 pounds nnd cost the buyer cven St. Louis, 111., is making her home cents a pound. now with her daughter, .Mrs. John El, . Mr. A. C. Miles, of Buckeye, sold der. Mrs. Reynolds home is in Illithree Jersey cows and cnlves to Mrs. nois, but for six months she has been Notice! Poultry Raisers II. C. Muir, of Jessamine, for $00 a in Brodhead visiting her daughter, head. He alio sold to Mr. Newton Mrs. O. F. Watson. 4-11- -44 Hcndrcii, of Madison, two Jersey-cow- s Rev. Adkius is very ill with with calves, for $45 a round, nnd is no: expected to live (and to Lexington parties some extra but a short while. CURES nice butcher, heifers and young cowT ,. at Master Stephen Elder Is verv sick ... .. .. this writing. at i) iu u - .1 cents u pounu. ir. Cholera, Gapes, Limberneck, Roup, Canker,, Miles recently bought of Jake Hart, Mr. G. M. Elder and brother Willie .VOXK AH ooon two yearling steers at $32.50 a head. visited Joe S. Craig last week. Diarrhoea and ail Diseases of Poultry no aunts, no From various parties Mr. Miles has Mrs. Walter Brown and mother, l hare lifted Reae Mim Katie Bryant. BanJilown. Kf., wrt: 44 for rwi aod thiak i t tKe best tvmllrv iMimfv niii. ItrurM ff.n...nHlimti.rn.?k wifhnulf.it bought for June and July delivery Mrs. Jno. Elder were visiting relatives dropped down th bill of . gftpi' WiilCcmmrf. Uarditowa, Ky .urt: "One drop of Ktcipe about 250 lambs at 8 cents and less in Brodhead Thursday. I have cvrt uanl." chicken kill, ihe worm sad relieve th. chick i usually. I li the Lett prevcou per pound. Lancaster Record. Mr. Joe Norton of Corn, Ky., was i Mfg. and Guaranteed by J. Robt. Crume. Birdstown, Ky. Price 50c at al I Druggist. Local hogs and sheep breeders were calling nt John Elder's on business solo or rejoicing late this week over the lift- Wednesday. PENNY'S DRUG STORE, STANFORD, KY. ing of the quarantine against KenNews has been received here from. tucky, instituted by Ohio and Penn- Lancaster that little Cecil Elder was sylvania last week, when a taint of very low with tonsilitis. Cecil is a KENTUCKY GENTLEMAN the foot and mouth disease was dis- grands6n of John Elder, of this place. No. 5167 A. S. H. R. covered in the Louisville yards among Mr. G. M. Elder traded a milch some sheep. Quamntine hns been cow to Oscar Simpson for a heifer oir against all Kentucky and two shonts. declared i a handsome chestnut with beautiful mane and tail; it 15.3 handi points except the stockyards nt the Rev. John Elder sold two calves to and will weigh about 1,150 pounds; has the very best of feet and Falls City und it is expected that that Perry Ballard at $20.00 per head lees; good flat bone, broad sloping shoulders; short, stout back and will soon be lifted as everything there Mrs. Joe. T. Dcnnie wus called to a horse of the most wonderful endurance. He is an impressive horse, has been given a thorough disinfect- Indiana to ee her daughter Millie standing still and is more so in motion; sets himself just right, ing. The quarantine tied up ship- who remains very low. never touches himself any where and has exceptional speed at ments from this part of Kentucky for Mr. G. M. Elder has the tooth-ach- e the rack and trot. He was one of the most successful horses ihown a short time, and had shippers and very bad. last year. He was shown at three fairs and won the combined stalsellers worried a bit but all are feelMr. Daniel Brown was visiting at lion class at each place. ing much better now. Kentucky Gentleman has the qualities that are necessary to the John Elder's last week. production of a perfect horse color, size, style, speed, action, and Mrs. Ester Brown and sons, were A Mistake Made By Many. endurance, and ideal breeding. He is sired by Chester Peavine the guests of M. B. Harness Saturby Rex Peavine 1796, by Rex McDonald 833. Dam, Flora 3184, When you suffer pains and aches b day. Carter 8419, by Red Squirrel 53, by Black Squirrel 58, by Black Miss Permclia Elder visited her day and sleep disturbing bladder Eagle 74, by King William 67. weakness by night, feel tired, nervous friend, Miss Maggie Brooks of Spiro. In offering the services of this grand young horse to the pubund run down, the kidneys and blad- lust week. lic, I feel that I am giving them their money's worth. Give him Friends here were grieved to learn der should be res.ored to healthy, the same class of mares and I do not believe there is a horse in strong and regular action. It is a of the death of Mrs. Maude Dcnson, the State that will beat him producing high class colts, (no matter mistake to postpone treatment. Fo- which occurred at the home of her how high the service fee.) Breeding to Kentucky Gentleman is no ley's Kidney Pills put the kidneys in father, David Elder, near Clarance, longer an experiment. Bring him a good mare and he will get you sound, healthy condition und keep Pulaski county. Mrs. Dcnson was a an extra good colt. Do not take your mares thirty or forty miles to good woman, and will be greatly them active and strong. Sold breed when you have just as good a horse right at home and for missed by all who knew her. Sho lets than half the money, had been in bud health for some time Kentucky Gentleman will make the season at my home, one DEMAND Formula Label on your und her death was not unexpected. mile from Stanford, on the Danville pike at $20.00 to insure a living House Paint purchases II. & W. has Hurfal took place at Providence cemcolt. Money due when colt itfoaled. Care taken to prevent acci3i-- 2 etery last Saturday. it. dent!, but not responsible should any occur. Cay-woo- d, nave made hit lume famous all orar the Unhid States and Canada. Composed of Rool, Ileitis, Barkt end Berries. Far treatment of Human Diseases. runtey'a Indiin 1Ibi-- U Din' Treatment, $t 00 Farm and Stock News Hew, Simple, Common Seme Way. know how really rmy You will It li to tvt tM of a porn, until yo.i have OKT8-IT.- " Notlilnc llko It lift' tried produced. It takes le tlmo ever to apply It tbnn It docs to road this. It tx-c- Hanna's Green Seal Paint is natural the Commencement exercises of our Graded School took place nt the Baptist church, under the direction of Ihe principal, Prof, Hatfield. This was one of the most interesting occasions witnessed here for many years. The music under the management of Mrs. George Stephenson and Mrs. Ilrngg Thompson, wan splendidly rendered. There were five grnduntcs from the Misses Ethel Gle-x- l, lenth grade, vi1 Myrtle Glesil, Roberta It. Hnlt-clnnnd Messrs. John Howard l'cr-kinnd I von Montcz Fish. The Salutatory Address was pleasingly rendered by Mls Ethel Gieszl, who wns beautifully dressed in white with natural (lowers and never looked prettier or" made a better Impression on flic audience. Misses Myrtle Gie.stl and Roberta Holtzclnw, beautifully nnd tastefully rind in white, read In n clear nnd concise manner nnd were loudly applauded, nnd at the close of the reading, each was loaded with beautiful w On Wednesday evening, May 20, r .r-- V xAjv tJ SLrffrU sm jrM) "VN. A Vacation In Every Bottle PARFAY enrriea the very spirit and essence of vacation and vacation time. In the depths of each glass of PARFAY there's n hint of cooling lake breezes, a sugnorth winds. gestion of pine-lnde- n ll I pain-lestl- n, It I rorn-ti'ntiu- a or corn-airon- y mansion. blood-poiso- Green Seal Paint Hanna's n, graceful mnnner, delivered the valedictory uddress which wns beautiful much nnd impressive, nnd showed thought and feeling. ITe was loudly applauded nnd received forty-fiv- e presents, ninny of them very costly. After the presentation of diplomas by Prof. Hatfield, 1'iof. C. I). Lewis, professor of biology In Ilerea College delivered an excellent and appropriate address to the class. Choosing as his subject. "The Challenge of Thor." His advice to the class was very inspiring, urging them to begin their life work in n practicnl way, so as to become useful citizens, urging the girls to get ncquainted with broom, duster and cook stove ns well as their school books. On Thursday Mowers. Mr. John Ilnywood Perkins has been n most exemplary student nnd certainly won the honor, he received. Montcz Fih came forwnrd in an easy When your work drags, when things begin to slip a bit across the street, 'round the corner here, there, and everywhere there's a PARFAY vacation nwnting you. Daily, hourly, you can go nway on this delightful little vacation trip. Go nway and conic back roded, refreshed, stimulated better able to work, or to play. Lancaster Bottling Works, Lancaster, Ky. KXCI.l'SIVK IMSTIUIU'TOHS. Here. There. Everywhere. p3D is prepared paint, years the result investigation test. It is the BEST. Sold by I PnteR,:(TfftfF8.5 Boots & Herbs GOD'S MEDICINES e. evening the school presented the play of "Kingdom of very large A Hearts Content." crowd was present. All participating in the play acquitted themselves very creditably, which fact was proved by the piny being repeated Saturday night to as large a crowd as before. Miss John Eva Hilton, teacher in the third and fourth grades, left for her home near Stanford, Sunday. Miss Moore left Monday evening for Stanford, nnd Miss Mary Gray will shortly leiivi" for her home in Georgetown. U. G. Hatfield, the princip.il, left Tuesday for Danville nnd from there will visit Cincinnati, Ohio, to hear his brother graduate in Dentistry then he will visit his mother in Russell county. Principal nnd teachers carry the good will of our entire community for their untiring efforts tii make this one of the most successful years of our chool. They will return this fall to teach the next term of school. Mrs. Mary Culton has returned from Corbin accompanied by her Mrs. and Mr daughter and son-in-la- 'AUbunlsRForbollled1 C T2rjW .Originated in 1887 The Roofing wiA lla' ft l VV.J . iVflf.. 6 stUf Aack'bfrt REtU&JbJfcpT WMMMto TVSfilmL': CORTRIGHT Kf Sv 3 V . This record for durability, without leaks, repairs, or other1 common roof troubles. ha attracted many imitators. If the blitngle offered you look like "CORTRIGHT, don't let it go at that, but look for the stamp oft .the corrugation at the top of the shingle "CORTRIGHT REG. U. S. PAT. ' OFFICE." It is put there for your protection. Use it I for Sal by ,. WILL STONL, Stanford, Ky. e. n, wn nf J -- n, 1 i- -- Sparrow. A gay party of young folks went to High Bridge last Sunday. Mr. James Manuel nnd entire family left Monday for a visit to his father, Mr. Tom Manuel who is quite sick nt his home in the country. Judge Joe Magee hns been very sick for several days with stomach trouble and his many friends have been quite anxious about him. He is somewhut better. Mr. Charles P. Buchanan, of Cleve land, Ohio, is with his mother here for a short rest up. Mrs. George Stephenson has purchased an elegant upright piano from Harrodsburg ngents. Miss Nellie Goocli is visiting in Casey county. Mrs. Thomas Collier and little son, Hurey, Jr., arc with .Mrs. J. H. Col lier. .Mrs. Fife and children of Winches ter is with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Miss Sallie Smith, of Stanford, and Mr. and Mrs. John R. Robinson, of Lexington spen Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Charle- Mrs. Burks who was visiting Mrs. M. E. Fish, left for Shelby City to visit her sister, Mrs. Wells, then will leave for Buffalo, New York and Boston to be absent until September. Mr. nnd Mrs. JnHn Kennedy have returned from a visit of several days to relatives in Preachersville. Pretty Miss Katie Napier, of Paris, Ky., is with relatives here. A very large crowd attended DecChndwick. Mr. J. M. Kerr and SpotCash -- Sour Cream You have open to you a ping rate of 36c for a for a ten gallon can via the L thip to year-round n & cream market. The cheap shipcan, 41c for an eight and 44c N., givet you an opportunity to Tri-Sta- te Butter Company a RESPONSIBLE, SAFE and PERMANENT Creamery with more than 8,000 cream ahippert. Every thlpment is paid for Spot Cash and guaranteed against loss or damage in transit. IF YOU DO NOT HAVE CANS, WRITE FOR FREE TRIAL CANS. SHIP OR WRITE TODAY. Capital Stack $75,000. THE StCN OF SAFKTY FIRST. A SAFE. Capital Stock $75,000 herr. RESPONSIBLE. PERMANENT. oration Exercises at Ephesus church Sunday. Dinner was served on the grounds and all report a most enjoyable time. The day was not observed here, but we remember when not a soldier's rebting place was forgotten in cither of our cemeteries. W. Reidel, at Lebanon and secured abuut $100 in money und several bot Car Of Pioneer Wire Fence Just In. Now's the time to buy. ' ' Burglars entered the saloon of J. E. T. PENCE. Stanford, Ky. tles of whisky. ALMONT DARE There is no doubt about Voltaire being the best breeding as well as the best bred big horse in the county and possibly in the State. Each time he has been shown he has easily won first premium and his colts have won first every year they have been shown. There has been more demand for big horses within the last year than was ever known before. Quite a good many farmers have almost stopped raising horsesand that is sure to make a demand for them. Nearly every farm paper you see advises the farmer to raise bigger and better horses. I think right now is the farmer's opportunity. Bring your good mares to Voltaire and you are sure to get a good colt. He will make the season at my farm, one mile from Stanford on the Danville pike at $15.00 to insure a living colt. Money due when colt is foaled. I will also stand a good young Jack. He is a heavy big boned fellow, and I think will make a good breeder. Will stand at $10.00 to insure. Voltaire 55140 J. NEVIN KENTUCKY CARTER S TANFORD, . rf . . A. S. H. R. 3228 Sired by Dignity Dare 1U!)2, he by Chester Daro 10 ho by Black Squirrel 58, he by King William 07; 1st dam Toxnwny 4058, also registered in Vol. 10. A. S. II. R.; she by Abdullah STUDY VETERINARY MEDICINE Mambrino 3715, he by Almont 33; 2nd dam Lady Davis, by Crit Davis, IT PAYS by Bourbon ChieL; 3rd dam, Mattlo Co. In little- In Irani KnttT llil. Fall and Cum plili' tin' I uursi' in Three Winli-rI'uailiwly S., by Foreign Light, by "Foreigner, (lie l.al War In Killer nur lirrrtlni'il Cidlriit' by Imported Glenco 4th dam Bcttie for 'I line Year ( uur.e hSItlll.l, ,WII I V by Ml. .1 il ll: Write fur free Catalogue C. NOTECunningham's Coppcrbottom. Almont Dare's colts from Cincinnati Veterinary College ( iiii ninatl O, grade mares bring as high as $300 .lit .spring Urine m, at weanlings to $500 and $1000 ut threo to four yearn; $000 was offered for his dam nt 2 years old and $100 for his 2nd dam when horses were cheap. One full brother sold fur $3,000 und another sold for $1,500, and one sister, Toxy Dare offered $1,500 for. His 3rd dum could ruck as fast as it good horse could run under whin and spur. He is u pretty bay 10 hands and weighs around 1200 pounds. or Goes 0 distinct gaits nil good and Pretty good breeding, don't BOURBON POULTRY fust. you think so? Scuhon 1913, nt my stable, 2 CURE miles from Ilustonville, on Liberty down the throat of a gsploi Pike at $10 jto insure a live colt. cblckeo. destroys Ihe worms Money dJO wh'en colt is fouled, mure and saves the chick's life. A few drops In the drinking parted with or bred elsewhere. Grass water cures and at $2 per month and all stock will PREVENTS DISEASE hae my personal attention, but will for accidents. For Ihe treatment of White Diarrhoea In chicks pot be responsible and Ulackhcad and other diseases In turkeys Correspondence und inspection invited. BNRNN PMILTRY CURE HAS NO EQUAL Will also stand my big mulo and jennet jack on same terms. One 30c bottle make 1 2 gallons of medicine a. 1. rUYVfcl.1- -, tluttonvllle, ivy. rip ONE A Car of Lehigh Just Arrived DROP We have just unloaded a car of Lehigh Portland Cement at our warehouse. If you are in the market for cement this is a chance you cannot afford to overlook. Lehigh is a cement which gives you the best value, for it is ground to such a fineness that it makes the strongest concrete. 1- -2 LbnlUlCEMENT has been used on many of the largest municipal and paving contracts throughout the country a good test of its reliability. It will give you the best satisfaction in your concrete work. Come in and let us figure on your requirements. FOR SALE BY J. H. BAUGHMAN CO. (s) mm ir WkiA40JAdkjrM ,7 i81itttVaialiaii m' &ijl&a& .VrlL. " L' -"W.'Wi- astl,' -- 4 VwV., k.'v.-- i. A