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Christmas booze in town last week, Juliam McKinney, son of Wm. McWhile topping off an abutment Kinney iUHJC.'K: .i SlilllllllllllllllllllBiBS .T h a WAW i11MilBhirotA for a surreptitious visit was made fco and Miss Mary Hicks, daugh. B. which had become weakened by high ter of George Hicks, of Cincinnati, Sunday's papers had some interest As they had gone down the' path- the Traylpr distillery on the Goshen Fire, which is believed water under the bridge over a branch eloped way of life together, hand in hand, pike, north of town, and about 20 caught from a defective fl Sunday night to Huntsville, ing political gossip regarding efforts 7 vf&vCTHME f of Cedar Creek on tjhe Crab Orchard Entrance was ef- all of the upstairs of the Tenn., and were married. The bride which are being made to get out so Mr. and Mrs. Fred F. Moser, o gallons stolen. Gap pike last week, is a very Gilbert's Creek, crossed the Valley fected by prizing open a window and frame residence of Deput" attractive young lady of opposition to Congrcssiman Harvey .:AlKn4- -'n,.K- jiiBi ... who has been Sweet Sixteen years and has been Helm, of this city. A dispatch, frorn Shadow of Death together the booze was taken rrom a barrel. Revenue Collector H. Rowan Saufley x. of the k v TtrA"Lnnn County En- - making her home here r: The loss was discovered next day on JJanville avenue shortly after six Hill, W. B. 0T Sunday. Mr. Moser died at five for some time Danville to the Courier Journal saidT its Sabbath, morning and by Dr. W. D. Tardif, colored store- o clock last Friday afternoon. Prompt Hill. The new coun ith her uncle, James Cloyd. Both The removal of Attorney General o'clock on the hen' keeper, who notified Deputy Collect- work of 'volunteer fire fighters and first meeting Thursday partner and help-mat- e ave many friends who wish them James Garnctt to Louisville upon his Ms life-lon- g elected. retirement eliminates him as a prosshore at or Rowan .Saufley, and an investiga- efficient use of the fire hose with the new city officials will." ery happiness. followed him to the other The old council goes f office pective candidate for Congress in the evening. Had their tion was made at once. The latter plenty of water was all ihat saved nine o'clock that Samuel Peavyhouse and Miss e city wishes "been consulted, it is proba- believes he has a pretty good clew the building from being completely leaving about $4,000- In-da Carson also took th'eir many Eighth district He had been conble that death came- - to this aged to the booze burglar. d work- consumed which, up to the time of treasury which is a faiilyi lends by surprise Sunday evening. sidering the solicitations of his pair just. as they would have had ing balance. The citygta: ate was 'the arrival of the fire hose, seemed, hen services were over at the Bap- - friends, but decided to retire from 4 It come. After a life time of love. There are about 390 barrels of Old very probable. Not a stitch ;6f cloth reduced 10 cents the pasta r- which" st church here, they walked in and politics and devote his energies to and devotion, they went to their re- Edgewood whisky left at the locked ing or furniture was rescued from makes the balance sightly.?,fmaller in ere made man and wife with a very law in the Falls City. Democrats government warehouse, which is ward together. the upstairs. Mr. Sa.ufleyand his the treasury than a yeargo. The made his way saf pressive ceermony by Re. J. W. in the Eighth are making strong apBoth Mr. and Mrs. Moser had been about alL there is left of the & OCV wife and two little boys were left cost of street work wasjtldso very ed back in the stream w h ctn Ha pnw Tl eagle, the pastor. " old distillery. The whisky is After the cere- - peals to William Jennings Price to in very feeble health for some time without a change of garments, of any heavy the past year aYidjHgieems to the plight of Mr. Deatherage, and become a presgreat nelped him get safely to land. It ony they went to their home on the ent Unitedcandidate. He is the Panaand their deaths were not unexpected owned by 'the Paxton Bros., of Cin- sort, table linen or bed clothing, and grow larger all .the States Minister to to their large family and their loved cinnati. As soon as all of the whisky Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Spencer, of many think it would bsjeynomy to was a brave deed on the part of the tanford pike where they are at ma, and an effort is on foot to inones. Mr. Moser was born in Febru reaches the age of eight years, it has Harriman, who were jtheir guesjts at pave the busines streetofjthe city colored boy and he is Deing warmly home to their friends. Mr. Peawy-hous- e duce him to resign the post and rehas rented for the year 1916 ary, 1834, and his wife January 1, to be drawn out. The oldest there the time, also lost' quite a lot" of with brick, asphalt or bloclpf some commended for the heroism he disturn home to enter the fight for the 1840, making him 82 years old and now is six years old. Quite a lot has clothing, including a very handsome. sort, rather than to haVe,i3pend so played. The creek was very high the farm belonging to his bride's nomination next August. much each year for metakfcgd repair and the current swift. It had cut mother. The wedding came as a disher 76. Both were born in this cou- been bottled and shipped out. The set of furs of Mrs. Spencer's... Tom Cromwell, the Cincinnati En lives. government keeps a man on duty in nty and resided here all of their so far under the abutments of the tinct surprise to everyone in the quirer's Kentucky political !fM" Policies for insurance o, $500 on work. writer, church with The old officials go outflbf office bridge that the structure Mr. Moser was a prominent farmer the day time at any warehouse which furniture and $3,500 threatened close relativesthe exception of a few had the following of interest here: ton the, building and friends. Both are most of his life and respected and contains as much as 5,000 gallons, were carried by Mr. Saufley, which with the satisfaction of kwing that to give way, so Road Engineer Riffe Eighth Congressional DistIn they did the best they cgmj. for the who is endeavoring to always be on very popular young folks of the rict-it the esteemed by all who knew him.. Mrs. but if a few more burglaries at this will hardly cover the loss, as the.f is rumored than an effort is aWery- thank- the job Moser was before their marriage, warehouse are successfully engineer in case of. such emergencies, West End of Lincoln and have a host being made by certain influential loss alone will run close to city in what is always Keynolds, daughter of ed, Uncle Sam less jol). An exact andjgfull finan- dispatched Miss Lavinia will soon be relieved ?1,000. Nothing but a shell of; the a small force to the of friends who extend heartiest con- Democrats who are not favorable to cial statement of the city'Sf'finances the late Jackson Reynolds. of, this extra expense. This is the handsome house' remains. upstairs, bridge, to make what repairs seemed gratulations and good wishes. the of Representative which shows the good' condition of To their union nine children were third or fourth time the warehouse but below the chief damage -- ' was. the treasury, is found in another col- necessary. The big rocks of the Harvey Helm, Stanford, to clear the born, five boys and four girls, and has. been robbed of booze, abutment, some by water. and GOLDEN WEDDING. decks so that Hon. George L. Pickett, all were with their parents, surround- there is no guard maintained as causedbelow was All of the furni- umn, publication of vthis gbeing re- feet in diameter, as much as four ,were very loose, Shelbyville, who is to represent thejjfe at ture successfully .taken quired by law. ing their bedsides when the ends night, some surprise Hustonville, Ky., Jan. 30 and when the bridge workers tried Fifty-fift- h has been pre- out by willing workers, though soni"e Legislative District at theef-cominChristmas day was made a long to came. The children are Messrs. Wil- viously ' to handle them, came down on top of be expressed that some of the of it was considefablyfdainaged.; session of the General As- BUNCH WARRltfER liam Moser, near McCormack's nifty remembered one at the home of booze artists of this section Mr. Saufley them, from their weakened ground Mar. and Mrs. together church, John Moser, -- of Moreland, have J. F. Caughey, near sembly, may make the race 1for not backed an auto truck up with Mr. and Mrs. Spencer were support, and carried the men into the Hustonville, nomination Logan Moser. of Hamilton, Ohio Dan when their nine chilone fine night and qarted off all it about to sit down'-.to- ? supper when Popular Young Couple Have?Beauti-fu- l creek with them. In addition to a dren, twenty-seve- n against the Lincoln county man, and Josh Moser, of Gilbert's Creek; grand children, Wedding at Waynesburg they heard something' flrop in a xoom who has the reputation of being the severe wetting and almost getting one Mrs. Susie Singleton, of Texas, Mrs. would hold. and several upstairs. Mr. Saufley immediately, in his party in his disbest drowned. Mr. Deatherage 'had the in- friends gathered at Julia Reynolds, of this county, Mrs. their home to cel- trict. mixer went to investigate.'&iinkir.g perha'ps step of his right foot broken by one ebrate Garnett will A beautiful wedding wassoiemniz- Rosa Lunsford and Miss Jane Moser, SANDERS' ASSETS SHRINKING their golden wedding anni- not be General James He a burglar was in' the; souse. When ed Sunday, a candidate. will prac, also of the county. at Pleasant' Point last of the large rocks falling over upon versary. The hospitable couple saw Trustee J. F. Cummins of the es- he opened the door: of the front .week when' Miss Anna J?-- Bunch be- - it and will be laid up for spme time. to it that there was nothing lacking tice law in Louisville. Both had been faithful Christians tateof L. L. Sanders, the bankrupt room, he was almost' knocked down came the bride of Mr. Willie Several of the leading Republicans for many years, and the examples Crab Orchard merchant, will P: War- - Mr. Riffe has a good word to say for to make the day an ideal one. The of the Eighth District are of the ask for by the fire andndkewhiclroured,' nnec. xne nome the colored boy, Vardaman, who, he greatest feature of the day was : they set to their children and loved j oi xvir. ana ivirs. I XT the '.". ones will long be shining lights down a sale of the property of Sanders at ouc ne .snut tne apor. quipKiy; ran 'James. Bunch was the' scene fof the declares, is one of the most; efficient excellent dinner which included old opinion that George D. Florence, his., a hearing before Referee in Bank- across the lawn to the house the path of the years. happy events - The old Ihoma never road and bridge helpers hehas ever ham, turkey and everything else Stanford, may be the nominee of G.' L. Penny an, askruptcy Nelson D. Rodes in Stanford brother-in-laparty for Representative. It is Funeral services were conducted at 'seemed' moi'e beautiful ithaSi it did seen and a thoroughly reliable and that anyone could desire. To say the their or Monday, January 12, at . o'clock ed him" to phone for fire pressure,,, 'for said that Judge L. L. Walker, LanJiije. home at noon Tuesday by J. C. this happy occasions "Vhen ev- trustworthy man at all times. long dining table looked beautiful is caster, who was the Republican nom- ' McClary, followed by the double bu in the afternoon. Ref eres, uRodes is and .the department and then wen.ti erything, waseadyffor the"eremony but a mild way ojf expressing its inee for Lientenant Governor, and rial in Buffalo Springs Cemetery notifying creditors of the hankrupt uats,o iigiiw uie names., f .strange each member o'f thw lamjjyjinarched UNUSUALLY beauty. In the center of the table who has been mentioned as a ConNICE RECEPTION here at two o'clock the same after- - of this prppdfced step. Mr. Cummins thin about the rapidity with which to the parlor. The ' siswas a Ifcyely cake surrounded bv fiftv gressional probability, has about per''$? spent several' days at Crab Orchard the Jflames burst out, was that little ter, Miss Lora Lee noon. T Bunch tfiame in Junior Class of Stanford fcandles which were to fected an arrangement whereby he last week going over the stock in Rowan Saufley, Jr., had heen to J;he" last, arm in arm. They'then. met. the High Shoofgae Thjursday night astones of their wedded is. to have the support of his party room from which hifffalher was, drlv-PLEAS ANT AFFAIR. A. Sanders' store;'- - and the appraisers groom and the man of God, jvh"d' said one 6j4thet nicet.jfreceptipn,eyer re traveled together. leaders for Collector at Danville, to One ifiTi Mia iiffnwin nt features of also were at work. Mr. Cummi ertjjMhe smoke ,and flames, only a ibeautif ul and impr mmmimmmmxzi,piiiJiiy, i given' Tiete. Jttwas giyen inipifer of - tSVMAVW J.M " I iseyeral pieces of gold, reception given expresses it.- - ! J the minutes, beforetQ, .obtain succeed Judge John Hughes in the T.i JM- .- O ': tne .uenei mat, axier oa . uniting tHP' lives of i!HHtaL ImWmM na. vt iber o other nice pres- - event of the election of a Republi by the aa at the residence ders receives the allowance em t, ana MP Mlflven no erate resant .were: can to the Presidency.- - Ton 'ilflM&3& o The decora- - him by law, the creditors will be v re. It ifRBfflNHHKat the popular young cou Dr. Singleton said the.. dvthei ftions in'JtHefsleland living room lucky if they receive 25 cents on f.jLawreacebrg, alse, itggSM13&L buldered lHHMdiind in the twain one. T 3 . ft A. ? '.BMfcN 4?iitar. MtnesatreM'TOMesiiC ;he LWMUHK,' IH3' r rlrfa' .beautftufJHJKtT,. vWfi SjmWSOmtmmmr n was in the daught congres v one "in lieu ofentry into the kblsck vinFlSHJBH raft train wfih fur an and the Princess furnished and family, Mr. J. A. sional race. colors, redfnd spread Irooms, the never in her life H.VIBHM1 per. A large crowd attended NEWS OF CHURCHES ily, Mr. W. Tillett and ;of policeuRKHpr, led tieen. ,.:FLt ?:& j.ijt. , ,. , she did thoroughly enjoyed them-AmoREV. PERRYMAN'S DEATH. tthwfght; on the fflpPpMpid yeo- - groom on that flMt-HHI- i rtin Lawson and fam- green. jnTMbrMWsments were aen- The C. W. B. M. will meet at is a promnrenvwtMHTCmsines: i selves, those invited were, Lawson and family, Icious igp2ridjgl&e; in the club, col- - church tomorrow, Wednesday after-- : max wqri x,ogewiei"wniT many uui- - man, 25 years of age aria is being The news of the sudden death at Fa ''iin "a Caughey and family, Winchester of Dr. G. W. Perryman vttfrw'Wh Ti e on the second floor direct- - congratulated upon all sides upon his Misses, Emma Hays, Josephine lors. The guests enjoyea tneir gra- - noon at 2:30 o'clock. of the hose, he stepped choice of a- - life's helpmate, who is Brady, Mary D. Beck, Margaret w ik Tmm imm.mK'$ ih his parents. A num- - was received with much sadness here, bious hospitality until a late hour. Rev. J, G. Livingston will prea one of Pleasant Point's most charm- Beck, Ruth Beck, Bertie McClure, beKiixiegiflwere also present. The where he had a number of friends fhose in uhe receiving line were at Pine Grove next Sunday mornir &rmssmi tne eage oi tne staircase, ing girls, loved by all, and of a beaue bannister had been burn-fe- ll tiful Christian character, bright and Jessie Lee Phillips, Sara Cormney, happy gathering represented four and admirers. Acute indigestion lisses GertVude Gaines, Annie Van- - at 11 o'clock. All are invited. Thelma fe.rsdale Craigf Nellie Wilson Hill, through to the first pleasing in manner and very attract- FrancesV. Embry, Sallie MillsFrancis, generations and none seemed happier following a severe spell of grip Craig, Anna Craig, Presbyterian her iancy KatheVine McKinney and Mr. evening service church: Wednesd the well preparatory to the floor, alighting on his back, badly ive, justofentering into loved19th year. Nancy Katharine McKinney, Mary than the old couple who know so brouht about the end of minister. ones are Bailey, friends and known and strong Baptist llarence Singleton. The guests were: communion; subject: The Prayer uncoupling himself, and causing a A hots Annette Wearen, Rachel well how to make others happy. All extending congratulations lisses Ellen Ballou, Esther Burch, Life. serious injury from which he has and wishes sincerest good thing to Hill, Mayme Singleton, A. R. Powell, left at a late hour, feeling that it At the time of his death he was pasfor every Elizabeth Higgins, Sallie nnie R. Pc well, Ada Mobley, Ra- Rev. M. D. Early, pastor of the been confined to his bed since. the popular young couple starting Mary E. McKinney, Lyle Burdette, was good to have been there, and tor of the Central Baptist Church el Hill, Annette Wearen, Belle Baptist church, will preach on the A delightful dinner Lettie W. McKinney, Marion Cooper, may they live to enjoy many more at Winchester and previous to his Mr. Saufley luckily had saved prac- life together. Ifcnthryn tssell, Harris, Nancy New Testament Church next Sunday tically the whole of the library of his was given ati 12 in honor of the Elizabeth Eldridge, Mary Grimes, such days as this one. One who was coming to that city had held pastorMoore lcKinney, Annie Kath- - morning at 11 o'clock. Other ser- father, the late Judge M. C. Saufley, bridal party and the guests by the Raney, Anna D. McRoberts, Verna there. ates in Newport, Norfolk, Va., and iharine and Mrs. James Matheny, Lettie Walker Mc- - vices at the usual hours. All are which was kept downstairs. A num- bride's parents, Mr. guests were Mrs. Rout, Claudia Eaton, Lucy Lee in other cities. The deceased was Bunch. Among the Walton, Lissa Holtzclaw, Josephine Embry, Janie Hoc- - welcome. 2v, Frtinces ber of priceless heirlooms, in furni- G. M. Taylor, Mrs. N. E. Butt and lit- Carpenter, Ethel Powell, Emily HUBBLE BRIDGE IN BAD SHAPE about 55 years old and is survived Mere Butt, Mr. and at,sy I Grimes, Elizabeth Stagg, by his wife, who was a daughter of The Stanford Christian church has ture, etc., upstairs were lost, includ- tle daughter.Singleton and little son, Murphy, Elizabeth Matheny, Louis Mrs. J. A. County Road Engineer McKee the late George R. Waters, of Boyle elJurn, Mary Bailey, Lucy just closed its fiscal year with a fine ing a large mounted elk head preLynn, Kate Lynn Wood, Maggie Aaron Singleton, Josephine Severance, An- - record. For the first time in many sented to Judge Saufley when he was and litle son and Mrs. James Taylor and Kittie Jones, Gertrude Wilkin- Riffe is doing everything he can this county, and several children, one of daughter, Ray and son, Edith Welburn, Lottie Carson, marCraig, Sallie Mills years, it has closed the 12 months' Judge of the Supreme Court of Wy- Kathleen Taylor, Mrs. Anna Wade Mary Early, Isabelle Givens, Mary week to make the bridge across whom, a daughter, was recently Winissrs. Morris Bruce, Clar- - work with sufficient funds on hand to oming, and for which his son had re- and little son and daughter, Tom Gaines," Charlotte Pollit, Pearl Dick-erso- Hanging Fork between Hubble and ried. The burial occurred at and Myrtle Wade, Mr. and Mrs. Joneton, Jesse Hocker, John pay every obligation, and the treas- cently refused $300. Allie Allice Rigney, Danville safe. for traffic. This bridge chester Friday, some of the most as Taylor, Mr. Gre&n Carrier and Nellie Wilson Dyke, Pttye Perkins, is owned jointly by Lincoln and prominent preachers of the state iborne Walton, Joe T. Em- - ury in better shape than ever in its Hill, grandmother, Mrs. Nancy Carrier, fiam Yager, James Tribble, history. There were about 75 acThe best and safest way to keep Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Collins, Miss Matsy Grimes, Eelle Russel, Kathryn Boyle counties, and the Boyle off- taking part in the funeral. Dr. FerHarris, Jean Paxton, Eva Rankin, icials have been notified a number of ryman received his education at paig, Ji,dwin Welburn, Tres- - cessions to the membership of the your property protected against fire Ida Brown, Mr. Eugene Wall, Miss Elizabeth Hunn, Anna Green Wood, lown, isam Jimbry, Maurice church during the past year and the loss is to see Jesse D. Wearen, the Eva Dye, Mr. Charley Alford, Mr. Sara Wood, Serena Young, Anna K. times concerning its . condition, but Russellville, Georgetown, and BapWillie Dye, Mr. James Alford, Miss Matheny, Josephire Matheny, Eliza- have postponed Harry Reinhart, Spaulding growth of the Sunday school has Insurance Man, of Stanford, at once, with tist Theological Seminary at LouisGrace Wall, Mr. Charley Brown,, Mr. PWilliam Grimes and James been exceptionally satisfactory, the and have him fix up a policy for you. Everett Dye, Mr. Charley Dye, Mr. beth Holtzclaw, Eiiie Ware, Eliza- the Lincoln officials in having ne- ville. He was an able preacher and Gess Ollish, of Cincinnati, Mr. Dyte beth Stagg, Lucy Wilmont, Besse cessary repair work done, until the a most excellent and successful average increase in attendance dur Marshall, Mr. Claud Singleton, Mr. Brackett, Lucille Dudderar, Gertrude bridge is getting in a dangerous ing the year having been about 12 to Gaines, and Maggie Rankin. SEVEN MORE DRY STATES Joe Payne, Mr. Josie Ernest and Mr. Sam, Joe and Spaldinir Hill, Messers, condition. Road Engineer Riffe made rICE BURNS AT M'KINNEY each Sunday. Harris. State-wid- e prohibition has become and Mrs. Willie P. Warriner and the Thomas Clinton Colemr.::, Harle omce building of Dr. J. B. rest of the family. After a tearful vey and and T. Wilkinson, Stewart an examination as soon as his atten- CONSTIPATION aMD INDIGESeffective in seven states with the J. Ith in McKiriney caught fire one TION. goodbye, Mr. and Mrs. MANLY TYREE DIES IN SOUTH coming of the new year. They are but happyand her sister, went to the and William Carson, Henley and tion was called to its condition, and night last week and burned to the Warriner "I have used Chamberlain's Tabhe found that one of the wing walls Joe T. the hotel in John Cash, Sam cr.d Cooper, Embry, of the main abutments, was in very lets and must say they are the best Mrs. Lelia Cook received word on Colorado, Iowa, Washington, Ore- home of his parents ground. The building was a small Clarence and James Robert Waynesburg where structux-e- , located on the corner of Monday of the death of Manley Ty-re- e gon, Idaho, Arkansas, and South Car- hearty weleome. In they received a Carter, Stith Nee, Chac. Pendleton, bad shape, and some other form of I have ever used for constipation a few days they olina. When Virginia closes its saYager, Maurice Tucker, support for the bridge would have and indigestion. My wife also used Main and Stanford street in the little at Raleigh, North Carolina, which will go to New Castle, Ind., where William city, and it is a mystery how it man- occurred suddenly and unexpectedly. loons on November 1, 1916, nine- the groom has a nice position and Howard Newland, Thurmond Tudor, to be provided at once. He took a them for indigestion and they did Prescott Brown, WiViam Grimes aged to become ignited. The loss is Mrs. Tyree, who survives with three teen states will have joined the dry where they will go to housekeeping. Tribble, Ferdinand Matheny, W.Jas. force,, of men to the bridge Monday her good," writes Eugene S. Knight, C. column. Nebraska, California Michi The large number and beauty of the Wilson, Obtainable not large but is complete as it is un- children, was a Miss Bessie MontScott Hamilton, Clifford to jack it. up with timber supports, Wilmington, N. C. ' gan, South Dakota, Vermont, and the wedding presents attested the popu- Willis, Thomas Bright, Louis Proctderstood that Dr. Smith carried no gomery, of this county, a niece of , larity of the young couple. er, Jesse Hocker, Harry Reinhi.ite, until some joint action about it can Mrs. Cook, Mr. Sam Owens, of Mc- Territory of Alaska will vote on pro-insurance. Hartwell Shanks, Carl Carter, Igo be obtained from the two counties MULE SALE IN CLARK Kinney and many other relatives and hibition next year and several other COLORED SHOW TOMORROW Perry, Heath Severance, Edward which own it together. WANTED TO SCARE THEM. loved ones in this section who will states are expected to ballot on the At Winchester last week a pair of Tanner, Edward Welburn, Lester The operatta given at the Huston"I can't find any old clothes to deeply sympathize with her in her question. The seven states which extra mules ' were sold OBanrion, Claiborne Walton, Bryan ville which created such a hit among put on the scarecrow," said Farmer deep bereavement. Mr. Tyree made boarded the water cart Saturday add by Barbee Betts to Will Crim of Fay- Perkins, Shirley Gover, George Hop- MINSTRELS THURSDAY NIGHT' colored society, will be presented at per and Clem Hill. Messers, Elliot, Corntossel. his home in Stanford a number of a population of 8,254,043 to the dry ette county, for $435. Others Parks, Cotten and Nevius of LancasManager C. Hays Foster, of the the opera house in Stanford Wednes"You might use some of the fan- years ago being the son of the Rev. ranks, according to the 1910 census. brought from $190 a pair up to ter. Mr. Duncan Baeby, of Coving- Stanford opera house, is announcing day night, Jan. 5th under the austhis price. Trading was brisk. ton, Mr. Ben Prewitt, of pices of the City Federafon of Colcy duds our boy Josh brought home," Tyree, a Baptist minister here many Auctioneer Rodney Brookshire sold Misses Annie Lee Eubanks Moreland. a delightful minstrel show for Thurs- ored Women's Clubs and for the benand Elsie suggested his wife. years ago. For the past 10 years SITUATION GROWING , ACUTE for Powell county parties three 'pair, Coleman served frappe. The chap-eron- day night, Jan. 6th. A minstrel show efit of the cemetery fund. There are-thr"Im tryin' to scare the crows; I'm he had made his home in Raleigh and acts, 15 scenes and 20 song On the eve of the reconvening of one pair going to Andrew Dykes for wore Dr. and 'Mrs. J. B. Perk- is always a delight when well prenot tryin' to make 'em laugh." was one of the leading photograph- congress after the holidays, uneasi- $246, and two pair being bought by ins, Mr. and Mrs. Will Shanks, Mrs. sented and the Price & Bonelli's hits. Prof. J. R. Elliott, who teaches $335 Charles Faulkner for ers of that section. arroi Jtsailey ana Miss Onhelia Greater New York Minstrels which music in the colored schools here, at -ness prevails among senators and Charley ThomnsaBHHkingto Lancaster ami Hustor.vi?e, is direct- WAR UPON PAIN! H; congressmen. by reason of the acute bouerht will be the attraction Thursday eve- ing the performance, and the colored Pain is a visitor to every home and COUNTY CttfmWmWfkmmWmMmmmWmWmmIir SUPERVISORS AT WORK situation that exists between this bo ning will please and amuse you with women who are sponsors are Mrs. F. usually it comes quite unexpectedly. L. Stepp, Mrs. Rebecca Lackey, Mrs.. for Judge Bailey has appointed the nation and some of the European t;jp WJLfflmmWmWmmmmmmL0 ery se the latest singing, dancing and musi- Alie Robinson and Ttlrs. Lizzie HigBut you are prepared for eveiy emerWmmWSmkwfSmmWmWmmWmmc wn sick cal novelties. There are several mem- gins. The play as presented at Husr gency if you keep a small bottle of County Board of Supervisors for the belligerents. President Wilson has si cut short his honeymoon trip in Vir- on bers of the late George Evans' Hon- tonville was for the benefit of the Sloan's Liniment handy. It is the present year and tliey si-- now at for $162.50. Chamberla1PsWHMfdy ttles of ey Boy Minstrels now with the Price library of the Hustonville colored ginia in order to be in the capital greatest pain killer ever discovered. work upon the county tax assessand it school of which Mrs. Alice Haynes, Simply laid on the skin no rubbing ments which Assessor E. D. Kennedy when the houses of congress begin BAD COLD QUICKLY BROKEN UP was only a very dtewWys until I & Bonelli show who contribute their of this city, is the efficient teacher. of wit, required it drives the pain away. had in first class shape for their to place resolutions before their Mrs. Martha Wilcox, Gowanda, N. was completely restored to health," share to the general fund respective bodies with regard to al- Y., melody dispensed for the VOMEN OF SEDENTARY HABITS writes: "I first used Chamber writes O. J. Metcalf, Weatherbv. Mo. humor and It is really wonderful. Mervin H. r, work. The members of the board are leged infringements of American public. all prominent property owners of of Berkeley, California, writes: lain's Cough Remedy about eight lf yu would know the value of this amusement of their delighted Women who get but little exercise rights by the belligerents. years ago. At that time I had a remedy, ask anyone who has used it The Greater Ne,w York Minstrels are likely to be troubled with consti'Last Saturday, after tramping their various sections, being Messrs. travel in their own special car and pation and indigestion anc will hard cold and coughed most of the Obtainable everywhere, around the Panama Exposition Cicero Reynolds, of Stanford, Ike find will undoubtedly be greeted by a big Chamberlain's Shelby, near Shelby City, J. A. SinStockholders' Meeting. time. It proved to e" just what I i with wet feet, I came home with my Tablets rightly beneficrowd Thursday night HEMP SEED FOR SALE The regular annual meeting of the needed. It broke up the cold in a cial. Not so good as a three or four neck so stiff that I couldn't turn I gleton, near Waynesburg, E. L. King of Crab Orchard, and E. V. Carson, stockholders of the National Bank few days, and the cough entirely dis- -, d. Can price to you without mile walk every day, but very much applied Sloan's Liniment freely and of Hustonville, will be held on the I have told .manyof, my tion of selling the cut or contract The Mayor of Toledo, Ohio, was better than to allow the bowels to went to bed. To my surprise, next of Hustonville. second Tuesday in January next, at friends of the good I receirad thru crop now at higher.- market price, indicted for briber r, being accused remain in a constipated condition. morning the stiffness had almost disCol. J.ouett Henry, of Hopkins- - 10 o'clock a. m. at their banking Who hive lowing you to pay for seed out of of accepting- - an automobile, from a They are easy and pleasant to take this medicine, and all appeared, four hours after the sec ond application, X was as good -as ville, has been appointed, assistant .house in Hustonville, Ky. J. H. Hoc used it speak of it kiglicst crop. C. Hays Foster, Lincoln Bank firm; which wanted to sell, that city and ."most agreeable in effect Ob' C 011Ua.nl, Ai7j.u. i. J .. ker, Cashier." ' j.ii.a.i.,ii, 1 fit 100 umgglSUS OC. adjutant general. terms." Obtainable everywkert. lien. At Building, Stanford, Ky. tainable everywhere. itf an automobile fire apparatus. Twenty Gallons of Whisky Stolenat " Traylor's Distillery .JLI TOGETHER IN LIFE AND DEATH BOOZE BURGLARS BUSY FIR RUJNS OVER $4,000 IN .r CIHIy - a 'gglll (.ht EM7 ,, 15 i- uui v ! i u. SURPRISE WEDDINGS Tuesdays and Fridays CONGRESSIONAL LIF SAVED BY ni,JZI . uj . nUUD POLITICIANS I WKcity gBMIMbMibyMaV'-lis uaaHnu yBnmm,TJ.'rTJLWMHii .""" '. enmiiiiiHMiliiiiim - -- - . -- - -- once-famo- us I I I twia. -- , ur-nitu- re - on -- sfc g -- and-vfamil- y c single-handed- great-grand-chi- ld $ .l-- f 1- t.-- w, ji -- -- a bride-aritFKer- - -- hol&JSHij -- I "!; WKMfe -- v:v- HEZVJHK&uSr-cZ- i -- -- g v .- . I 1 jv furKB iiHHHICl . ng -'- -- bJ& 31 I n, at two-year-o- ld ee es e 4HMMMPnanipton $4GHHtRrhead HBWHHpl imMVHHHI iroHwfifiiSHlHf abjuriHHIKL $22gd Soi-ste- ' obliga-appeare- - al-usi- ng , .r A -i. i. ;. '- i- - '' '' f f h' Y yM- -. 1 The Interior Journal r j ' '-:' ,'. A "i " The Interior Journal, Stanford, Kentucky: Tuesday, January 4, 1916. , The i S. M. Saiifley. $1.00 A TEAR STRICTLY Happy Family Next Christmas will be the one in which every member has received a check from ents' letters which ought to have ueeii printed last weeK, DUt were crowded out by other news which Publisher got in first. It will try to publish most of them Friday this week anyIN ADVANCE way, as they are all good. A man in nanas Xmas rats. It's a weren't pink Danville unpacking baweek saw three Cuban wonder to us they zebras, or yellow striped spidersif the Christmas booze the bootleggers sell to the Danville boys is. as rotten as they say it is. svys Entered at the postoffice at Stanford a second, clots mail matter Address all communications to The Interioi connected Journal not to come individual with the papsr. No .matter iow inrpcrtant they may be, unsigned and anonymous communications to The Interior Journal, aie ignored. Tho name of of the sender ;s wanted as an evidence yon If good faith anil not for publication. appear in The havn something you want to Interior Journal, you must sign your name to it. The Interior Journal charges for obituof aries, resolutions of lespect and cards thanks. The rate is five cents a line. The Interior Journal has one of the largcentral est job printing establishmenfcin Kixare with Knnhicto nnH vill be clad anyone on any Kino 01 OVERCOATS We have 50 Overcoats in boys and small sizes in men's not this season's styles but the style is good enough for any season. Our LANDIS LHAinuiuK ON A S Mt.KALy;M2yiLs LIST 1W; ijb rwTi m m Christmas Savings Club Imagine how much merrier Christmas will be when everybody has money to make others MERRY It's nice when all have money of their own there's no asking no coaxing no disappointments no "broken hearts." priuB nouhc nflWSl-vf?- sww ,)HV'ii"t ce man Mt,,V.W sOTptibn,,rate. This' is open to old A WU.WV. .?.. l"""'"". Tiai1 fir ' V411i i"aBB -- " Let eveiry Family be the Happy Family Next CHRISTMAS Let every one the baby included enroll right away It's the sure way to have the money when you need it "" LINCOLN COUNTY NATIONAL BANK STANFORD, - - KENTUCKY H. G. Skiles, 102-t- d Notice of Stockholders' Meeting. m., to 1 o'clock p. m. The annual meeting of the stockholders of the Crab Orchard BankCicero N. Barnett, editor of the ing Company will be held at their Hartford Republican, and one of banking house in Crab Orchard, Ky., the leading reoublican politicians in on the second Tuesday in January, Kentucky, died at a hospital in 1916 from the hours of 9 o'clock a. Cashier. il CONDITION OF " fc-i and newjdbscribers alike and means a saving of at least $1.00 per year. The Herald has placed its list on a purely cash in advance basis arid dis- ontinues on the first and fifteenth of each month all subscribers not paid up to1 or in advance of those dates. Jt has, therefore, notified all of those whose subscriptions expire Gates Young, of during thefirst part of January of Owensboro, cracked the slate a little their exact date of expiration and when he defeated the machine can- asked for an early remittance so didate for assistant clerk of the sen- that its subscribers may not miss a ate, Gabe Likens, or OWo county. H. single copy of the paper. C. Duffy, of Harrison county, an able and thoroughly honest man, was choIn the District Court of the United sen speaker of the House. Jesse M. States for the Eastern District Alverson, ,of Lawrenceburg, ran 'em Vof Kentucky. all into a hole in his race for Clerk of the Senate and, had no opposition. In Bankruptcy : In the matter of Robert E. Lee A young man from Garrard by the B. Olmstead, was elected Sims, Bankrupt. name of H. To the Creditors of Robert E. Lee a page in the House and will receive Sims, a Bankrupt. $2.50 a day during the session. Gov. Notice is hereby given that on DeStanley's message, read today, is cember 27, 1915 the said Robert E. strong for economy and retrenchment. This legislature will have to Lee Sims, of Stanford, Kentucky, go some, however if it equals tha rec- was duly adjudicated Bankrupt; and ord of the last, which was the most that the first meetxng of his credieconomical in expenditure of the tors will be held at court, house, people's money within the history of Stanford, Kentucky, on January 12, 1916, at 4 p. m., at which time the recent times. said creditors may attend, prove their claims, appoint a Trustee, exThe I. J. hopes within an issue or amine the Bankrupt, and transact two to be able to go to its almost such other business as may properly four thousand subscribers in eight come befor'6 said meeting. NELSON D. RODES, page form every Friday. Just as soon Referee in Bankruptcy arrives and as its new Omaha folder do so. is installed, it will be able to Danville, Ky., December 31, 1915. Until then, ic is forced to leave out a Creditors can not participate in great quantity of reading matter evmanagement of the estate or the ery issue. It has now on hand some the assets until they prove interesting news and correspond- - distribution of their claims on form required by the Bankruptcy Act, and file same with the Referee. -- These boys and small sizes in men's have accumulated on our racks we want you to have them we know you need them and we are going to put a price on them that we know will make you buy if you need an overcoat. The quality in them is good much better material than the coats of this season the original price for the boys was $4 to $ 0 the men's $5 to $20. We are going to offer them to you at 50 per cent discount just half their real worth. 1 Is JHa If you need an overcoat you can't afford to miss this sale. McRoberts & Bailey A brown and white spotted pointer bird dog. Reward for return to Ewalt Givens, Stanford. 2 LOST. 1-- CUT Flowers and wreaths at all times. Phone 260. Ed Hubbard, 101-- tf Stanford, Ky. ANYONE having a farm or city property for sale place It In the hands of J. R. Harris at First. National 95tf Bank, Stanford, Ky. Begin the New Year With A New Set of Books. We have Ledgers from 25c up double and single entry. Day Books, 10c to $1.25. Also record and Mem- orandum Books. FOR RENT. Seven room house and lot, corner Main and Danville streets, for rent. Apply to M. D. 3 Elmore, Stanford, Ky. 1-- Penny's Drug Store The Rexall Store Stanford, Ky. I in r a In Capital Loans Overdrafts U. S. Lincoln niinir STANFORD, nfotinnol Kanlf KENTUCKs;- Tr !'fa4Ua(2flflRWUlLeIL. dopr: twp Berry, ' iarns; "cijrojvalx-necess'afouebuilcl-ings;irfbJdVrepa- Mrs. R. H. Crow, Shelby City, or On account of my husband's death, iki I wish to sell my farm of 76 acres, Stanford, R. D., No. 2. 4 3.1-- 2 miles.' fro.m Danville on the Hustonville ' pike, laying between C. B. Leghorn FOR SALE.-- S. Stanford pJte and, Shelby City depot. roosters and la few dozen hens and House cQrijtdms five rooms, hall, pantry; two- irigches and cellar; never Ttullets. Extttf fine ones. Mrs. R. U. - Small Farm For Sale FOR SALE A few genuine uff toms, Plymouth Rocks and Rhodojs-lan- d Red Cockerels for sale alo. 7-- L, ir; AT THE CLOSE OF BUSINESS, D ECEMBER 31t, 1915. $100,000-Sur- pius i $101,600 LIABILITIES $100,000.00 97,800.00 228,682.87 38,537.50 103,314.32 -- h RESOURCES. $372,639.45 32.96 County-Bond- ... Banking House, Furni- 130,600.00 10,750.00 6,050.00 Capital Surplus and Profits Circulation Deposits ture and Fixtures Stock in Federal Reserve Bank Cash and Due from Banks Total Payable and Bills 48,262.28 $568,334.69 Total : .:.. $4,971.41 $568,334.69 Dividend Earnings for six months ending December 31, 1915 Expenses, Interest Paid, Bad Debts Charged Off Fund to pay taxes No. 35 $12,791.71 2,820.30 5,000.00 DIRECTORS Who Direct the Management of This Bank GEO. W. CARTER Stanford W. M. BRIGHT. Stanford Stanford W. H. CUMMINS W. D. EDMISTON Crab Orchard S. J. EMBRY, Jr., Stanford LILBURN GOOCH Stanford R. L. HUBBLE Stanford W. M. MATHENY Stanford Stanford J. N. MENEFEE, Sr., A. T. NUNNELLEY Stanford Stanford J. B. PAXTON Stanford J. W. ROCHESTER Lancaster T. C. RANKIN W. H. SHANKS Stanford E. C. WALTON Stanford A Member of the Federal Reserve Bank of Cleveland Association A member of the Kentucky Bankers' Association A ROLL OF HONOR BANK ...President W. H. SHANKS J. B. PAXTON Cashier W. M. BRIGHT.. ,. Asst. Cashier J. W. ROCHESTER H. C. CARPENTER....Ind. Bookk'per Ind. Bookk'per LEE HILL ..Vice-President A member of the American Bankers' orchard and .. A grape, vinjs;. 4facfe,s in grass; 25 in f. to stocKnoiaers. ( ye. and arley',7remainder for corn; The regulal annual meeting of the and churthesT" Jall on Mrs. W. L. stockholders and directors of the Peo92-lMurphy, Shelby City, Ky. ple's Bank ofHu'stonville will be held on the second Tuesday in January next at 10 o'clock a. m., at thjlir PUBLIC SALE banking house in Hustonville, 'KyJ, 1U1 W. Hoskms, Cashier. Having sold my place near Turners-vill- e, . . . I will sell at public auction on STKAi steer came to my place some time ago. Owner can get THURSDAY, JANUARY 6, 1916 same by paying pasture and this ad. beginning at 10 o'clock a. m., two Henry Messer, on F. Reid's farm, high grade Angus Cows, one with Stanford. Phone me at No. 19, 102-3- p heifer calf by side; one milk cow, Crab Orchard. will be fresh soon; some stock heifers and calves; 13 good young stock NOTICE TO CREDITORS. The ewes; 2 Duroc boars; 6 Duroc sows, creditors, of Mrs. Oma L. Proctor are will farrow in February and March; requested to mail to the undersigned some meat hogs; 1 good family horse at Louisvivlle, Ky., their claims 1 pair of horse mules, 8 years old; against her estate, verified as requir1 Jack, 18 months old and a good ed by law. Fidelity & Columbia one, ready for service by spring; 1 Trust Co., Executor. 102-- 2 Jennet, 7 years old, with Jack colt by side; Farming Tools of all kinds; Notice to Stockholders wagon and har2 Buggies;, The regular .annual meeting of the ness; De Laval Cream Separator, good as new; 1 cider mill; several stockholders of the First National gallons of pure apple cider; 2 good Bank of Stanford will be held at blue grass seed strippers and har- their banking house in Stanford on ness; Household and kitchen furni- the second Tuesday in January 1916 ture; Good Organ and Folding Beds, at 10 o'clock. H. C. Baughman, Cashier. lOltd Etc. H. G. LUTES, Turnersville. John Henry Thomas, Auctioneer. TO THE FARMERS We have decided to sell the manure output Small Farm For Sale from our stable to the highest bidThe S. R. Jones tract of about der. Send your bids for the year's 65 acres in Milledgeville. It is in a output in by Dec. 25th. Carter and 100-- 3 fine state of cultivation, containing Carter, Stanford. a frame residence of 6 rooms and all necessary outbuildings. Lee A. Jones, Chas. R. Jones, S. B. Jones, THE McKinney Polytechnic InstiMilledgeville, Ky., .Toe E. Wright, tute, near McKinney, Lincoln county, 86-- tf Shelby City, Ky. Kentucky, has by consent of its incorporators, dissolved the corporadition and Today's Best Bargains rected to all creditors are hereby present their claims against the corporation for payment at its The People's Market Place Adver- office near McKinney, Ky. This . . t: flustonville Ex. : .96- - J Lard Presses, Sausage Mills, Sausage Stuff ers, Butcher Knives, r,' Sage," Pepper, Etc. v " - -- --. m Everything For Hog Killing ? . GEORGE H. FARRftS. WHAT ABOUT A PAIR of GUM BOOTS? WE HAVE THE . J5V - Ball Band . ''ZWWj for men and boys - CrabOrchal TO- - W.E. PERKINS, -- GO T. D. NEWLAND'S Opposite the Court-House, FRESH GROCERIES Try a Gallon of that Open Kettle New Orleans Mo lasses and a Box of Aunt Jemima's Pancake Flour Phoue No. 168. J. C. M'CIary jf'9 jftC jt . J. L. Beazley & Co., dU I -, tise What You Wave to Sell Dec. 14, 1915. McKinney Polytech101-- 4 Pennington House nic Institute. street; apply to Dr. T. on East Main 102-- 3 W. Pennington, Agt. FOR RENT. Florida Get full information and Cares from the Local Southern Agent, or write to B. HTodd, District Passenger AgenkLouisville, Ky. " THE OLD RELIABLE" UNDERTAKER AND EMBALMER UNDERTAKER YOUR FOR SALE.-The- y McKinney alway!jpjten-.amo- - The Southern Railway Ji Ithe. direct line to AsheviUe,Aiken,ugusta,'Chf-- ' leston, Columbia, SavanrMiSummer- ville and other southern' resorts. nev maker.'s "Apply to JiUJwrnir, "", Mi.Kinnev.Tfv- : factory; has ".' : ;' Travel there on the "St. Louis Special" equipped with electric lighted steel coaches and through drawing room sleeping cars to Jacksonville and Asheville. New dining car service. In addition, drawing room sleeping cars from Asheville to Jacksonville insures every comfort for trip through "The Land of the Sky", the only scenic route to Florida. Very low homeseekers' fares and winter tourist fares now in effect. Stopovers and other special features. Mr u REMEDYFORMEN. 2tfc AT DRUGGIST. iWft TOVF.NTnPV vmmd ' January 5 and 6 takih'SBry. f t W.si lQtf 1-- 1 Furniture, Matting, Rugs, Furniture Office Phone 187. Heroe Phine 15 Exchanged for all Kinds of Stock. v STANFORD. PHONE 42 STAMFORD. KENTUCKY. AND EMBALME8 W. E. Perkins, Crab Orchard. WANTED position as foreman or help hand on farm; have had lots of farm experience of all kinds; will go anywhere; best of references; write or see A.' E. Hallsted, Waynesburg, 3 R. F. D, No. 4, Ky. 1-- Florida - Cuba - New Orleans IDEAL WINTER PLAYGROUNDS t !&& ii i Mifhr TrTiii ir tV1 Southern Railway ,JASAW? CMMQ OF THE SOUTH - FOR SALE I will sell publicly in Stanford on Monday, January 10 County Court Day a couple of horses one a registered stallion by Kentucky Choice, the other a bay filly by the same famous sire. They are and .. nice cominc O ir lus-a- p ones. T. JUesser. . t.hree-vear-olds WINTER TOURIST TICKETS ON SALE DAILY TO ALL RESORTS OF THE SOUTH. LONG RETURN LIMIT. -- STOP OVERS. FOR FULL INFORMATION, APPLY TO NEAREST TICKET AGENT OR WRITE H. C. KING, Passenger and Ticket Agent, 101 East Main Street, W. A. BECKLER, General Passenger Agent, Lexingten, Ky. Cincinnati, Ohio zw t ;. iv . wmir. 'Ti'. .'V f s :.); -- :v - . i 'S i M Tne Interior Journal. Stanford, Kentucky: Tuesday, January 4, 1916. Igo Perry returned to school at K. M. I. Monday. Miss Sue Woner is ill this week. Mr. Will Severance is ill at his home on Logan avenue. Miss Emma Wan en is on the sick list this week. Miss Emma Smith loft Monday for Billings, Montana, her future home. M. D. Elmore has been a grip victim for several days. Mrs. C. E. Tate and Miss Frances Tate have been grip victims for sev eral days. BUAfaJUl.U UUIlIIf LU m ANNUAL FINANCIAL STATEMENT OF THE CITY OF STANFORD, KENTUCKY To the City Council of Stanford, Kentucky: I, the undersigned, would submit the following as my report for the year ending December 31st, 1915, viz: Condensed Statement of THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK Stanford, Ky., Made December 31, 1915. Resources Loans, Stocks and Bonds $251,446.97 50,000.00 U. S. Bonds Banking House & Liabilities $ 50.000.00 Capital Stock 28, Surplus earned Undivided profits v Fund to pay taxes 49, X JJ J Circulation 202,114.82 Deposits - J hman has b( HHVV. KjS HU 'iiraKdERWWMHVnKl Hrpp I P. W. Carter will move his family this week into the house recently vacated by Rev. J. A. Trostle. Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Baughman, of Danville, were here visiting friends k. m Craig Fish visited S. G. ne Cochran in Lancaster this Anna Russell Fish is visiting arv Lee Lear at Lancaster, latives at Paint Lick. eMiss Cora B. Trostle, who has been visiting Miss Kathryn Mitchell at Perryville, returned home Friday. Miss Katharine Harris went to Lancaster Friday to attend the Ju-ni- o rreception there that night. fMrs. Logan McCall and brother, Arnold Brady, went to Maretburg Friday to visit Miss Lena McCall. Miss Bessie Riffe, of Hustonville, Isvisiting friends and relatives at at Hyatsville. week. Miss Hazel and Maud Stone are the guests of Mrs. James Saunders Mr. Clay Davis spent Sunday with friends in Parksville. Teddy Aldridge has returned from a business trip to Frankfort. Misses Anna and Mae Warren are confined to their bed with grip. Misses Sue Woner and Emma Warren, are both ill with grip this RECEIPTS. Cash on hand January st, 191 5 Received from taxes 1 $ 6, 72. 9' 7,4 2.75 1 1 1 Received from licenses Received from fines 1 '. ,082.00 85.00 1 other real estate Cash & due from banks Total 9,482.85 46,326.20 Bills payable 26,000.00 $357,256.02 Total $357,256.02 The Bank declared 3 per cent, payable on demand -- V Mrs. Elmer C. Anderson; ing her parents, Hon. and Mrs. W. G. Gooch., Miss 'Kate Anderson, who has been quite sick for the past week, is able to be out again. Mrs. E. R. Hutchins, of Midway,, is at home for a few days with iHUHIKvT Total EXPENDITURES Paid for supervising ..." Paid for salaries Paid for water and light Paid for repairing pump Paid for coal Paid for street work Paid for 30 per cent fines : Paid for pauper aid Paid for printing Paid for repair fire alarm Paid for care hose Paid for extra police Paid for tax book Paid for street signs Paid for office rent Paid for serving notices Paid for ground for trash Paid for care prisoners ( 1914) Paid for miscellaneous accounts . $ 4,75 .94 1 $ 1 6.00 ,370.50 1 4,227.50 3.00 1 semi-annu- We have paid taxes and expenses, declared payable on dedividend of mand, and there will remain $941.20 to Undivided Profits; and $600 to Fund for Taxes. The bank will pay 3 interest per annum, compounded January 1st, and July 1st, on Savings Accounts, and One Dollar ($1.00) will open an account. The bank also pays interest on Time Certificates. The Bank solicits accounts both small and large, and from the young and old; and promises prompt and faithful attention to all business intrusted to it. al 3, Wishing you a very Happy New Year, we are, very truly, President J. S. HOCKER S. T. HARRIS H. C. BAUGHMAN W. W. SAUNDERS, J. R. HARRIS .Vice-President Cashier Ind.-Bookkeep- er Bookkeeper John C. Robinson, S. T. Harris, C. R. Coleman, J. S. Hocker, M. D. Elmore, F. Reid, Wm. Beck, H. C. Baughmn, J. M. Pettus, W. G. Gooch, J. C. Eubanks, Directors. friends and relatives. Miss Christine Merritt, who taught school here last year went to Pittsburg Saturday. Mr. Slaughter, of Cincinnati, is the guest of Misses Mary and Gertrude Gaines, of Crab Orchard. Mr. Heath Severance spent Saturday with his grandfather, Dr. M. C. Heath, of Richmond. Miss Elizabeth Stagg is the visitor of Miss Mary Gaines at Crab it 1 V' i' V The LINCOLN PHARMACY Formerly Shugars' Drug Store is now ready for business under, its new man agement, and a cordial invitation is issued to . ii . 111 &&& u?m all its mends, both new and old,$to' m Dr. W. N. Craig, one of the mostfficient: pharmacists in the state, is in activechafge of the prescription department andjgilarantee is thus given that your prescriptiogVof, every sort will be carefully " and " corredt& .com- pounded out of purest drugs. -- m mmmIflWe also are carrying a completelaincl 9 ' - wrasse. up-t- o- date line of druggists' sundries of every kind, KE.B ubber goods, proprietary medicines, cigars and tobaccos, books and magazines, candies, and in fact will endeavor to supply anything you may need in our line. t Prompt and polite service always. Phone us your needs if you re too busy to come ta t town. The Lincoln J. W. Acey, Prop. Pharmacy Phone No. 27 Card from MR. SHUGARS desire to thank my former customers for the many courtesies shown me and ask at this time those still indebted to me settle their accounts on or before February st, as I will leave Stanford at that time. I 1 i After February st my business will 1 be handled by the Lincoln Mercantile Agency. W. K. Shugars Stanford, Kentucky v .. with relatives here. day and Tuesday. 12.50 Miss Evelyn and Sara Daniels, of "WednesMrs. Kate Hopper leaves been visiting Lancaster, 60.00 day for a visit to her son, Rev. W. friends and who have here returned relatives Personal and Social H. Hopper, at Louisville. to their home Friday. 33.00 Mrs. Mary Burch delightfully Mrs. Sallie Rowan Saufley, who Mrs. B. D. Carter was down with 25.00 entertained a few of her friends at has been visiting relatives here, rethe grip several days last week. turned to her home at Knoxville Fri214.05 Dr.. I). B. Soulaard was in Brod-hea- d her home last Saturday evening. day. Miss .Mary Moore Raney returned "Wednesday on business. Miss Elizabeth Magee, of Crab 19.72 C. H. Campbell is out again after to the College of Music at Cincin- Orchard, who has been visiting Mrs. Maggie Gover, returned home Fria severe tussle with the grip. nati Tuesday. 4, 1 70.74 Balance Mr. and Mrs. M. C. Newland have Mr. W. G. McKinney was here Sat- day. Dr. Jim RifFe, of Erlanger is visitmoved to a Cottage on Miller street. urday for a few hours, visiting relaing Mr. and Mrs. G. C. Riffe, at HusMiss Belle Moore, of Somerset is tives. $ 1 4,75 1 .94 tonville. Total the visitor of Mrs. Cicero Reynolds. Misses Maud Carter and Mary E. Mrs. Mary Yager, of Louisville, The well known merchant "Ever- McKinney left Sunday for Cave arrived Monday for a visit to Mr. and ASSETS ett" True, of McKinney, was in town Spring, where they teach. Mrs. W. M. Bright and Mr. and Mrs. Monday on business. Misses Laura and Mary Carter left R M. Blackerby. $1,000.00 Fire department Mr. Logan Hughes came bnck today for Jacksonville, 111., where Miss Sallie Givens, who has been from Memphis a::d Evansville Sat- they 300.00 visiting relatives here returned to City Hall Building teach. urday.. home Friday at Middlesboro. Mr. J. F. Hill is sick at the home her 4, 1 70.74 Df. B. P. Walter, of Lancaster, She was accompanied by Mr. Jack Cash on hand of "his daughter, Mrs. E. C. Garman Beasley. "was over with his brothers, Messrs. 1 00.00 "Wallace and Jesse "Walter Sunday. on Logan Avenue. Miss Margaret Hopper, who teach- Due from L. & N. Franchise (est.) ......... "Miss Annie Middleton and Mts. es at Stonewall Jackson Institute, in Dr. G. G. Perry has been among 100.00 licenses (est.) the victims of the grip for the past Jewel Goodman, of Crab OrchaTd, Virginia, returned Tuesday, after Due from several days. were in town shopping Saturday. spending the holidays with her mothMrs. J. G. Carpenter went up to Mrs. T. H. Singleton, of Bowling er here. $5,670.74 Total Crab Orchard Sunday to eat a New Greejxisiited Mrs. G. Singleton the Rev. J. A. Trostle and family are Year's dinner with Mrs. Will "Pettus. moving this week to Salviia, Mercer Mr. and Mrs. Walter Jon'es "have nrstHHMC LIABILITIES Irs. William Fields count, as Mr. Trostle has taken returned from a visit to Miss Isabella the of Hustonville, are charge of his neVjfpgs1meat.at 8.00-it Lutz at Louisville. $ Due for outstanding warrants Salvisa and New Pfndehee-jPresby-terian, Henry fields, on Mrs. Linda Dillion, of London, lias . churches. Teirimap$friends 94Q :i returned home after a visit to "Mr. pike. nere regret greaxivoawjp-oKmieave- . jaiicr 1QK cil.uuuiii and Mrs. Joseph Coffey. eth Higgins, who Mrl and Mrs. Herbert Spencer, of j. Monday and JMMtvtejplof his Due for miscellaneous accts. (est.) the city school, was a burg paper, Jthe JJaJHjJjsbqBRadey, Harriraan, Term., spent several days new 5, 338.3V her classes) the first issue of TtjjMpffijjjdjKr his Net amt. over and above liabilities last feek with TteT ajmtj,ancl uircle, Mrs. Cf. L, Penny and Rorwcn "Sauney. management Will aMay1ajpsday. Mis Marlon Grimes w"ho is attend- 'MinmJH! ce Johnson, xff Lancas- - He came back tooKrtqVitwe his $5,670.74 Forvtfcfej pres ing Transylvania University at "LexTotal train here "Monday for familv and furniture. Mrlington, spent the Tiofictavs "with "her Irs. ent they will be with ersity, Florida, to finish ousii tuiiu. vfjxx parents, Mr. and "Mrs. "Wm. Grimes. y3i53JVtf Respectfully submitted, Miss John "Eva "Hilton TeturrreH to her wo re the niext term. Ernest lverson, & MWii:igf young Crab Orchard Sunday to resume her TSlr. and Mrs. H. C "Rupley who farmer of the WaMArgc,tjon, school work after spending the "holi- have been visiting Dr. L. R. HUGHES, Clerk and Mrs. R. is in Lexington thfcgf jjftf inspect- days "with relatives Trere. Rev. D. TVI. "Walker and family are R. Hourigan, of "Markm, returned back from "Selma, Aa., where 'they Saturday. News comes fronC?if:Ca that morning. This pullet laid her first of the legislature. spent the Christmas holidays "with Mr. John McRtsfocrts, of Lancaster, Mrs. 'Lou Shanks continues quite ill egg fifteen weeks ago, and has nevJack Preston, for the past his parents. been the guest of Miss An- of bronchial pneumonia, at the "home er missed laying six eggs per week Harry Tanner, 'of 'State "University j who has McRoherts, presser for the Stanford Dry returned 'home of her daughter, Mrs. "Kirby "Bourne. until the day of her death. She was snen't "the Christmas TiriTiflsvs wifri nie D. Cleaning Company, of which J. T Although a very sick woman, 's"he was of the Buff Orpington variety. his parents, "Mr. and "Mrs. Tom "Far- - Saturday. Wilkinson is proprietor left last week mer andTrfamily "here. Mrs. Rhoda Waters "and daughters, believed to he holding "her 'own acDr. W. W. Burgin, of Crab Or- for Columbus Barracks, Ohio, to iuiss inrisxme Merritt, xtmnviUei.who have heen Visaing her sons, cording to reports received "by rela chard, bought from M. S. Baughman was the guest vl Tier aurits, TSIrs. W.j-- T . M- - aT1Q Rohert IVaters, in the United States Army. at St. tives here Monday, last week, the Model 75 Overland tt. twupIIbi. nfl Tcr TCTnrrif f touring car which the local agent re- This is Mr. Preston's third term of Louis, returned "homt "Friday. cray utrrmg Che Troinlays. ceived a few days previously Dr. enlistment and he will go back with "Mrs. "M. R. Moore and "Miss Mamie j Mr. Scott Hamilton, who "has been Heard About Burgin "will use the machine princi- the rank of a Sergeant, due to his1 Tanner, of "Winchester returned to c spending the "holidays wtth'his aunt, pally in traveling between his home long experience and good service" Je"- visit to 3e4nT Ty' aftGr VMrs. H. C. Anderson 'has --returned Miss Sue Woner has announced and his dental office here, which he that beginning January T.st she will works In more than half of his time. He goes again to the 12th Infantiy Misses Marjorie and Xouise Lynn'2 to State University & Lexington, Mr. Baughman has just received in which se saw a great deal of serMisses Josephine and "Lucy Sever-viH- e, receive for a day's sevirg. snent several days last weeTc in Dan-i- ! word of another reduction in the vice in the Philippines and elseguests of their aurit, TSfrs. "Le-,- 1 ance, who have "been visiting rela- Miss Annelle Tonilinson, of Lanij tives here retuma to 'their home at caster, attractive daughter of Hon. price of the popular Model 83 Over- where. Sa"'WT)oS''57niiy- Mr. Preston is one of the Mrs. w. IV. Hays and Miss TJlmmalj-- c, , R. Tornlmson, and A. C. Brent, of land which he will announce soon to best tailors ever seen in Stanford, ort Saturday. HaysTvere called toXancaster Satur-- il Lexington, were married by Rev. Mc his friends through the I. J.'s adver i and many friends he made while here Mr. W. S. "Freh snd ''daughter, Ad- - Dowell at Danville lasfweek. tising columns. day evening Iby the serious Ulness of the former's mother, JMrs. mildredi die Russell Tish, have returned after Jack Lawrence, the well known Representative W. G. Gooch went wish him well. a visit to Mr. Fisi?s father at Paint telegraph operator, as returned to to Frankfort Monday morning to be Mrs. "Beverly Rout returned to!l work on tht third ifick at Rowland present at the caucus Monday night State of Ohio. City af TVIeJo. Lncas County, ss. Toiiisvillf Tast. wppk rnr frpjtTminf ?1t.;. Lick. .. ... rr j ior after a several weeks' vacation, most that Frank J. Cheney a Hospital. Mrs. Kout has been rn; auiu tit .u. uouciiieinuiiuay j of which was "spent 'sith his family at and the formal opening of the legis- partner of the firm iuues oatliCheney be is senior Co.. doof F. J. ill health for some time, "her 'many;j Frankfort, where he will represent Ht. vernon. ing business in the City of Toledo. County and lature at Frankfort at noon today. Btate aforesaid, and that said firm will pay friends regret to Tcmm. At the annual meeting of the State Senator Charles Montgomery, the sum of ONE nONDRED DOLLARS fur Lincoln comity in fire "Legislature Mr. and TVfrs. 'E. D. "Ea'ds and! which met today. cannot State Association of Commonwealth of Liberty, representing this district, each and every case of Catarrh that cure. hy tnred by the nse or llall a latarrn Judge "W. "L. "Dawson Trave moved 'to Attorneys at Louisville last week, Miss Evelene "Nevius, of Texas, Hon. Emmet Puryear, of this dis was in Stanford, late last week and FRANK J. CHENEY. the home they recently purchased "Mr. and "Mrs. J. "B. Taxton on who has been with "her grandmother, trict, was "honored "by being chosen said that he will make his trips to Sworn to before me and nbcrlbed In my from presence, this 6U day of December, A. D.."1SS0L Portman avenue. "Mrs. Mattie Nevius "here, 'has gone to Secon-- vtee iPresiaent. Frankfort to and f com his home in Seal. A. W. OLEASON. George TCiser, of 'the istaif of the TJilbert's Creek to visit Trther rela- Notary Public. Fred Bell, son of Levi Bell, who the same Ford car which carried him Winchester Sun, spenti several days lives on W. P. Grimes' farm in the nail's Catarrh Cure la taken Internally and last wetTc as 'the geusst of "Miss" Anna rtives. East End, "had a foot crushed in the so successfully during all sorts of sets directly upon the blood and mncous surNews comes from Springfield that L. & N. yards at Corbin last week weather last session two years ago. faces of the system. Send for testimonials, Warren, iiere. free. F. J. CHENEY & CO., Toledo, O. Mr. and "Mrs. "Einest Carter, of "Mrs. Sallie VanArsdale, mother of and It had to he taken off. The Senator R. L. Hubble, of this city, Evansville, Tnd., are receiving young man has a great many friends went over Sunday to see the opening Sold by all Druggist. 73c. Mrs. Hugh Noe, of t"his city, fell and Tate Hall's Family Mis for constipation. of their many friends badly injured heTself. Mrs. Noe will in this section who regret very much upon the "birth &f a little daughter to learn of his misfortune. at their home on Sunday, "Dec. 26. "leave Wednesday to "be with her. Apples picked from the tree Jan"Mrs. Joe Lynn "Coffey and son, uary 3rd were hrouglit to the I. J. Mr and "Mrs. H. J. "McRoberf s "had as their guests during the "holidays 'Shelby, who have heen visiting rel- office Monday hy T. A. Rice, who last week TVIr. and "Mrs. J. "M. "Mount, atives here returned to their home grew them, on his farm tn the Dan of Lancaster, and "Mr. and "Mrs. T. at "Frankfort Saturday. M. Wilson, tf Bowling Green. ville pike. They are firm and splen"JJIiss Ruth Darnell, who went to did. Mrs. E. C. Walton went to Louisville this afternoon to he with "her Fort Thomas to spend the "holidays, J. W. Bustle, of Kerr'ick, 111., who sister, Mrs. TVfims, of Ashland, ivho was taken sick and will he unable to spent the Christmas holidays here will undergo an operation in a "Louisreturn to her duties at scimdl here with his "brother, J. H. Uustle and ville hospital. Best Singing and Dancing Minstrel Show Misses Mary and Maggie OHish, 'of for several days. family, returned home Monday. BeMaster Brown Breedlove accomCincinnati, ,who spent the Christmas fore leaving, he dropped in on the I. ON ROAD holidays with their father, Gottlieh panied "Miss Sylva Brackett, w"ho had J. and left a dollar, saying that he Ollish near Ottenheim, returned to "been visiting him, to her home at couldn't get along without the old erul home paper. Cincinanti Mond; Mrs. J. L. County Attorney Will S. Burch heen making returned Sunday from Hot Springs, atives'and f: cirmati and.Ark., and Boligee, Ala., where he has (home. She been for his health the past several sistier, jvirs r'HIIHnelfcCJMHHHMHHHMHHHBBBWBBHMaaBBvnHHiTveveweeks. He has not been feeling the ington. whose gu"S ning. ALL WHITE PERFORMERS 30 xur. jacK rseasiey enterraaiKs Mrs. W. G. Bennett, of Louisville, best the past few days, however, and Sallie Givens with a dinner Tuelumy. who has been the guest of her daugh- is now with his mother, Mrs. Mary The Big Laughing Carnival Grand Musical present were, Mrs. Lucy Those Burch in the College apartments. Miller Bartley, Mr. and Mrs. W. P. ter, Mrs. Beverley 'Rout, returned to W. S. Fish left this week for east Mrs. Beverly Galaxy of Star Acts and Scenic First Grimes. William Grimes. Mr. and her home Saturday. era Kentucky, to travel for the Bur-le- y Mrs. James Woodsy' Mr. G. C. Rout and son, Beverley, Jr., accomTobacco Company in that part of and Novelty Features Brilliant, Spectacular Givens, Mr. George Givens, Mr. E. panied her for a few days visit. the state. His headquarters will in W. Givens and Mr. Sam Harris. Capt. T. A. Elkin, of Garrard, ac- all probability be at Ashland. Mr. Finale. Messrs. Oscar and Luther Mason, : : companied hy his daughter, Miss Sal- Fish made a fine record while on the who hold, good positions at Middle-towanother tobacco company road for Prices 25c, 50c, 75c. Ohio, went to McAlester, Ok., lie Elkin, left here Monday morning a few years ago, and will undoubtedfor Atlanta, Ga., where he will make' ly make good for his present employon business and on their return home ers, Don't Forget Big Parade Seats On Sale stopped with relatives at Collinsville, a visit to his son and then go on to start as he knows the business from fp finish. Florida for the remainder of the winTexas, and spent Christmas. They Mrs. J. A. Allen, who prides in Lincoln Pharmacy, formerly Shugar's will be here for several days the ter. Capt. Elkin has been in poor having the best thickens in town, is Drug Store guests of their parents, Mr. and Mrs. health for some time, hut seems to mourning the deatkef a remarkable be regaikijrlfe! strfagth now. M. H. Mason. . pullet which she fonutd: dead Sunday; -1 Louisville. Mrs. J. W. Baughman has been a victim of a severe attack of grip for several days. Miss Annette Wray, of Danville, was the guest of Miss Frances Tate last week. Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Hill, of Stanford, are here the guests of their parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Mer-sho- n. Somerset News. George Hopper, who attends a Mrs. W. R. Rice, or Louisville, was law school at Louisville, returned the guest of Mrs. Susan Yeager Mon- Monday, after spending the holidays .75 4,463.50 24.00 13.50 75.60 2.00 2.00 9.00 8.58 an(MK VISHBO - thgSV rv. uue i7u 't ' 75.00J j.- J ( to-mt- -- V ii -- three-month- s -- 3 -r '. re-en- list 1 Town -- 1-- 25 -- -- -- -- Bea-diey- . -- -- -. -- t-- T ji-'ti- it -- : -- -- -- -- ' -- -- -- -- -- tron-gratulati- -- -- -- Stanford Opera House THE -- -- -- -- Thursday Evening, Jan. 6th The - ;MeHHa-llin, e Price and Bonnellf s Greater New York Minstrels 30 i :::::: Part A -- 1 At f x-- .r . 3s 'fi 1 ' ( :? h "' f l O - The Interior Journal, Stanford, Kentucky: Tuesday, January 4, 1916. Farm and Stock News m on the market and seemed to be changing hands at about the same Blue Grass Farms City Houses and Lots Real Estate of All Kinds We are now handling all kinds of real estate, farms, city property, etc. on commission. If you want to sell, list your property with us. Before buying consult us. We have a number of nice farms and a lot of desirable city property in this and adjoining counties for sale. List your farm with us. We will advertise it well v and do everything possible to get you the top figure. If you are hunting a farm, watch for our list in next week's paper Hughes & M'Carty Stanford, Kentucky Lancaster St., Opp. Court House. Phone 180 TO THE PUBLIC. 1 clothing house in this country Ed V. Price & Co., Chicago v "y experience in measuring and 'airecting the makine of your clothes, gives me the advantage over one who is not a practical tailor. If you will give me your order I will promise you a square deal. jTou will get the Day Phone 95 Night Phone 186 worth of your money, either in the JNO. M. CASEY, D. V. M. cheapest Trades or the higher priced. Veterinary Surgeon My FALL and WINTER line of Grad. Cincinnati Veterinary College samples are now ready for your in(Rec. by U. S. Gov.) spection. Call and let me show you. Office: Burton's Stable H C. RUPLEY. the Practical Tailov Lancaster, . Kentucky made-to-order I represent te largest and best Stockholders" Meeting. The regular annual meeting of the stockholders of the Lincoln County National Bank will be held on the second Tuesday in January next, at 10 o'clock A. M., at their banking house in Stanford, Ky. W. M. Bright, Cash99-t- d ier. In a New Location The New Year IMflUMUt-mW V 7 have purchased the Bromley insurance interests which were recently sold to Mr. Lee Perkins, and have moved my office to the building on Lancaster street, formerly occupied by the Messrs. Bromley. The acquisition of the companies and business of these gentlemen enables me to better care for and protect my constantly grow- I ing list of patrons, and will enable me in the future to give them an insurance service unexcelled by any other agency in this part of Kentucky. I represent only the strongest and the most reliable companies companies which pay all losses promptly arid without trouble to the insured. I can protect your every interest and will gladly serve you if you will call on me, at any time. JI will be glad to .see all of my friends at my new office. Drop in to see me when you are in town, leave your bundles, make my office your headquarterSj and use my phone. You are always welcome. I -- Fire which is believed to have orig- Think "Hyomei the Most Wonderful E. T. Pence Treatment For Catarrh Ever spontaneous combusnine cattle averaging 950 pounds at inated from Discovered." tion, destroyed the big frame dairy 7c a pound. barn on the farm of former Senator Roll Ratliff, sold a farm containing Do not try to cure catarrh by usJohnson N. Camden, near Versailles county to Mrs. 108 acres, in Clark last week. The barn was stocked ing sprays or lotions; it cannot be Mary C McClure, at $125 an acre. with a winter's supply of hay and cured in that manner. The only way W. C Carpenter sold his farm and fodder, all of which was destroyed in which this too common disease can grist "mill at Mitchollsburg, to Lee together with twelve or fourteen be fully relieved is through a direct Wade, .of Perryville. calves. A large herd of cows that 7 application fr rtio affected parts that barrtbwhen .the fire was' wilUHBMlMMlB i of catarrh and P. W. Ray. of Bowling Green, sold was.,in-th- e uscovereq ;ws rescued ana ariven TireviMMHIIVHKt h. tne cnampion mare isonemian f "Thp loss is 'estimated at ir, of Hyomei is iaf.-KrVan otudriord, of St to Chas. utikfrfolCli&'r'aTnffari HiH Tint on rrvM3ie 6nf lod of pt for $1,250. ..ww. v.m .vtr ,, that can MalBEEtomplish. treatment this. It Col. John T.Hughes, of near is the . simplest, ,most pleasant and sold a jack to an Illinois man, probably the most reliable treatment $3,000; also another at $475; two for catarrh that has ever been disSwamp Root Saves yearling Shorthorns, at $200. covered. J. W. Peek, near Turnersville, Kidney Sufferers The complete Hyomei outfit is insold 6,000 pounds of 'tobacco to W. expensive and consists of an inhalP. Kincaid, of Stanford at 10 cents You naturally feel secure when er, dropper and sufficient Hyomei to a pound. you know that Dr. Kilmer's Swamp-Roo- t, last several weeks. This will effect Horace Nuckols, of Woodford, the great kidney, liver and instant relief in ordinary cases, but bought of W. F. Lillard, of Anderson, d cases of bladder remedy, is absolutely pure for chronic and 30,000 pounds of his large crop of catarrh longer use may be necessary, and contains no harm'ful or habit tobacco, 8,000 pounds brought 14 and then an extra bottle of Hyomei producing drugs. and 22,000 at 13c. can be obtained for a trifling sum. of purity, The same standard It is not alone the best (it might be Henry Fields, on the Ottenheim strength and excellence, prescribed called the only) method of treating pike, bought 'a drove of a dozen hogs by Dr. Kilmer many years ago, is catarrh, but it is also the most ecofrom R. E. Horton, of Waynesburg, a pound. They maintained in every bottle of nomical. last week at a nickel Swamp-Roo- t. G. L. Penny has so much confiaveraged 105 pounds. Swamp-Rois scientifically com- dence in the power of Hyomei to reH. C. Walter, of the Hubble secpounded from vegetable herbs. It is lieve catarrh that he will for a limittion, sold to L. P. Weaver, in the is taken in ed time, sell this medicine under his same community, 26 shoats averag- not a Stimulant and doses. It i not recommend- personal guarantee to refund the five and a half ing 65 pounds, at ed for everything. According to ver- money if the purchaser can say that cents a pound. ified testimony it is nature's great 1,3 Shel Oatts, of Danville and his helper in relieving and overcoming it did not benefit. partner, B. F. Robinson sold about kidney, liver and bladder troubles. ALL ABOUT THE LEGISLATURE. the only bunch of cattle on the marIf you suffer, don't delay another THE STATE JOURNAL Monday, to Preston ket at Lancaster day. Go "to your nearest druggist & Humphrey at $34 a head. There get a bottle. All drug of Frankfort, Six Issues per Week. were 15 head and they averaged 550 now and stores sell it in two .sizes fifty Only Daily Paper at State Capital. pounds in weight. From now until April 1, 1916 for 50 cents and one dollar. cents, less than 5 cents a week. No J. L. Johnson, of Fort Worth, TexHowever, if you wish to try this as, bought 46 Hereford other paper will have as large a staff great preparation send ten cents to heifers, sired by Bruse Beau McDonof reporters as The State Journal to Dr. Kilmer & Co., Binghamton, N. cover the present session. ald, and Beau Gaston, at an rvcrage If you Y., for a sample bottle. When writ want to keep posted on all features of practically $200. Included in this ing be sure and mention the Stansale was the bull Reof news at the State Capital, this is 1234 your ford Interior Journal. Keep in touch with peater 20th, at $1,000.- chance. by Appleby & The sale of Jerseys State politics and see what your RepTom Shevlin, the great Yale foot resentatives are doing. Send all subSanders and the scriptions to The Interior Journal, Co., at Pulaski, Tonn., proved very ball coach, died Wednesday of Stanford, Ky. satisfactory. Forty-fiv- e head, including several bull cilves, brought A Christmas fireworks celebration $4,540, an average of $100 per head at Grundy, Va., caused a $100,000 PUBLIC SALE while 16 cows avcivged $156.80. county, J. W. Robinson, of fire in the town. In Scott Georgetown sold to James Mulligan, I will sell at public auction on his crop of hemp at 10 cents v. pound. WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 12, 1916 PUBLIC SALE It will yield 2,000 pounds per acre, beginning at 9:30 o'clock a. m., my which wouW give him $200 per acre farm of 100 acres lying on the State A Good Business Opportunity for the rerjt of his land. road, two miles from Waynesburg Having decided to qWD?"?S; and two miles from Eubanks. The sold to'Mdrton 3&Hirshf of Philadel- will ontf? ft? VK,"- farm is well watered with good WEDNESDAY, JAN. &tiFfl91 6, springs and everlasting well on back His Maiessyf jjvhich was one of the porch. It has 10 acres in meadow; past seaspA's,mo$t successful show beginning at 10 o'clock ;aWxait .on 8 acres in pasture; 20 acres in woodhorses,joM$6 a.d the premises, located ontfte land, and balance in- - cultivation. waters of the Big Squ.Uvla&S&J$Jl: MilLarMi'CoTinck, sold a cow and It is limestone soil and clayj subcalf to'R.tvAfchold at the stock pens Fork, 4 2 miles weslf ofHJultoni soil. The ,ground is generally level for $50,vtfHe taught a, registered ville. Ky., (Ellisbui.) with some rolling. It has god.d "osow andftj0 pigs from Mr. Arnold at highest and best bidder "hef 611 ow- - rchard, of all kinds of fruit. A, good the sameipricei'From Capt. T. A. ing described property 'TKs 'best, barn 40x50; a house; hen Elkin ''h'&b'ughf;.j6b barrels of corn country store stand in nte country, house and smoke house; rural route cottage; a goes by the door. consisting of a at $3$ good home; smoke house; coal T. diRankin" "returned from Grant-vill- e, At the same time I will sell two a.,AerlJR5this week, having house; hen house and all necessary good work horses, 8 and 9 years old; bstnoiiSe1 .'arload of mules outbuildings. Also blacksmith shop one good brood mare, 7 years old, in sold which he carried south. He sayS that and tools. Store building is 25x50 foal; one milk cow; one good new Cobusiness conditions in the south are feet. These buildings are all in lumbus wagon complete; one buggy improving constantly and the mule good condition; would be a good lo- and harness; new Disc harrow; spring market is looking op together with cation for a grist or feed mill. Will tooth harrow; good steel roller; mowalso sell my stock of general mer- ing machine; hay rake; cultivator; everything else. The Garrard county farm owned chandise which will amount "to about two double shovel plows; wagon harby the late I. M. Myers, was sold by $1,200. This stock is in first class ness and other things too numerous Master Commisioner Boge Brown, of condition no stale goods. If you to mention; also some hay, corn and Garrard, at $75.80 an acre, Miss Sal-li- e want a good business, come and see fodder; household and kitchen furni! Lou Myers buying it in for the this. Terms made known on day of ture. Terms made known on day of heirs at that figure, which is regard- sale. H. Simpson, Owner, R. F. D. sale. J. T. Griffiin, Auctioneer. ed as cheap as it is a good piece of 1, Moreland, Ky. J. B. Dinwiddie, 100 Auctioneer. Mrs. Annie McGufne, dirt. There are about 144 acres Waynesburg, Ky. R. F. D. No. 3 H. J. Winn, of Atlanta, Ga., has bought in Shelby .county four carloads of cotton mules. One load was ITCHING TORMENTS purchased from Ed H. Wise at $145 of Eczema, Piles, Itch, Erysipelas, per head, one from Will Jones at Hives, Ring Worm. Tetters, Salt m 1 r" $160 per head, one from Ollie Pearce HIGHEST PRICES PAID Rheum, Barbers' Itch and all other Skin Diseases at 170 and the other of J. V. Boyd & Remittance Mailed on Day Son at $150. L. B. Hansbrough also Shipment is Received QUICKLY RELIEVED bought one load from E. W. I No Commission to Pay Vg McCormack at $150 per head. ZINLAC? SALVE Write fer Price List and The Fulton, Mo., Gazette, which is Shipping Tags a prompt and most effective remedy undoubtedly the best country paper of merit. Will be mailed prepaid to M. Sabel & Sons anywhere,, tells in its last week issue any address, 25c for trial size, or $1 for large size. Descriptive circular Incorporated of the sale of over 800 head of mules EstasEshed 18S6 free. Address E. M. Droz Co., Box in that (Callaway) county, to buyers LOUISVILLE. KY. 238, Sta. B., Cleveland, Ohio. at an average of $203 a head. Cal laway county, Mo., is without ques tion the greatest mule producing county in the United States. The American Aberdeen-Angu- s Breeders' Association held a little car-lshow of its own at the Chicago stock yards last week and the Why pay more) We secure loans on produc"Doddies" that had been fed for the International were marKeted. 5 per cent: Terms liberal and tive farms & Ryan's yearlings were given confidential service. Also CONTINENTAL the championship and sold to go to : : : : FARM FIRE INSURANCE. the Congress Hotel for Christmas beef at $13.10 per 100 pounds. Thirteen .loads were shown, eleven of these being yearlings. T. W. Jones, proprietor of the loentucky cal stock yards, was at Richmond on I " m ,MaK.-:2Mr itjmt Monday, county court day there and ..ihfsaa- reports that there Avere about 1,000 cattle on the market. Top stuff sojd !up to seven cents a pound; heifers up to five and a half cents. Mr. Jones bought three cows there. He fv:-::E1 151 Q 58 says quite a number of mules were B. G. Gover sold to -- J. B. Foster bought ofj B. G. Good, recently. a good Jersey cow for $50. prices as have been prevailing here Relieves The Worst Case of Catarrh Weather Rubber and Leather Footwear YOU WILL NEED THESE Wet is coming. We have now a new supply of rf ...-.- Low Top Shoes, Medium Tops and Extra High Tops these are weather beatres. Heavy Kersey and Corduroy Suits for Men deep-seate- Sam Robinson. Stanford ot tea-spoon- ful Pi owm flB il M eason --fc --B i VIrTT two-year-o- ld Oliver Chill and Avery Chill are the Plows A Sub-SoAttachment is a Valuable Addition Try One on a Guarantee W. H. 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